TABLE OF CONTENTS - Milwaukee Panthers

TABLE OF CONTENTS - Milwaukee Panthers
2006-07 Women’s Basketball Media Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents/Quick Facts ............1
Rosters ..................................................2
2006-07 Preview .............................. 3-6
Coaching Staff................................ 7-14
Sandy Botham.......................................8-10
John Motherwell ..................................... 11
Travis Brewster ......................................... 12
Sheila Roux ................................................ 13
Lindsay Bronson ...................................... 14
Panther Profiles ........................... 15-32
Aubrey Hampton ..............................16-17
Kiley Johnson .....................................18-19
Megan Rogers ....................................20-21
Meredith Onson ...................................... 22
Aubri Rote.................................................. 23
Dana Schultz ............................................. 24
Traci Edwards ........................................... 25
Katie Fournier ........................................... 26
Emily Markert ........................................... 27
Turquoise McCain ................................... 28
Kim Wypiszynski...................................... 29
Newcomers/Walk-Ons ....................30-32
2006-07 Opponents..................... 33-50
South Florida/Miami .............................. 34
Drake/Central Connecticut State ...... 35
Wisconsin/San Jose State .................... 36
Bradley/SMU ............................................. 37
Marquette/Iowa State ........................... 38
Air Force/North Dakota State ............. 39
Chicago State/La Salle........................... 40
Loyola .......................................................... 41
Illinois-Chicago ........................................ 42
Detroit ......................................................... 43
UW-Green Bay .......................................... 44
Youngstown State .................................. 45
Cleveland State ........................................ 46
Wright State .............................................. 47
Butler ........................................................... 48
League Composite Schedule .............. 49
Horizon League Tournament .............. 50
2005-06 in Review ....................... 51-76
Season Notes ......................................52-53
Statistics ...............................................54-59
Game Recaps ......................................60-75
League in Review .................................... 76
History .......................................... 77-86
Milwaukee Basketball History ............ 78
Post-Season Teams ...........................79-82
All-Time Award Winners ....................... 83
Panther All-Americans .......................... 84
All-Time Letterwinners ......................... 85
All-Time Numerical Roster ................... 86
Records .......................................87-110
Year-By-Year Team Leaders.................. 88
Year-By-Year Team Statistics ............... 89
Team Single-Game Records ................ 90
Opponent Single-Game Records ...... 91
Team Season Records............................ 92
Individual Single-Game Records ....... 93
Individual Season Records.............94-95
Career Records ......................................... 96
1,000 Point Club ...................................... 97
Record vs. Opponents ...................98-100
Series Histories.............................. 101-104
Year-By-Year Results.................... 105-110
This is UWM ..............................111-130
UW-Milwaukee ......................................112
City of Milwaukee .................................113
UWM Administration .................. 114-115
Athletics Administration ........... 116-118
Athletics Staff Directory......................119
UWM Athletics .............................. 120-121
Spirit of Panther Basketball ...... 122-123
The Student-Athlete ................... 124-125
Athletic Training ....................................126
The Horizon League .............................127
The Klotsche Center .................... 128-129
The Pavilion .............................................130
Media Information...................131-136
Covering Panther Basketball.............132
UWM Sports Information ...................133
Horizon League Communications ..134
UWM on the Air .....................................135
Directions ................................................136
The 2006-07 Women’s Basketball Media Guide was written and edited by Kevin Conway,
UWM Assistant SID. Editorial assistance provided by Kevin O’Connor, Chris Zills and
Maureen Falkner of the UWM Sports Information Office. Photographs courtesy of Trevor
Thompson, Steve Woltmann, John Ward, Milwaukee Convention and Visitors Bureau, the
Minnesota State Moorhead and North Dakota SID offices, Sheila Roux, Kevin Conway and
UWM Visual Imaging. Printing by All-American Graphics.
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HISTORY
Table of Contents • Quick Facts
GENERAL INFORMATION
City/Zip ............... Milwaukee, Wis. 53201
Founded .................................................1885
Enrollment ......................................... 28,000
Nickname ....................................... Panthers
Colors ...................................Black and Gold
Arena/Capacity...Klotsche Center/5,000
Affiliation ...........................NCAA Division I
Conference ...................... Horizon League
Chancellor .................. Dr. Carlos Santiago
Director of Athletics............... Bud Haidet
Assoc. AD .................................. Chuck Lang
Assoc. AD/SWA ..... Deanna D’Abbraccio
Athletics Phone .................. 414-229-5151
Ticket Manager...............LeVar Ridgeway
Ticket Office Phone........... 414-229-5886
First Year of Basketball ................ 1971-72
First Year in Division I .................. 1990-91
All-Time Record ................. 476-402 (.542)
NCAA Appearances/Last...............2/2006
Last NCAA Opp. .... Michigan St./L, 65-46
COACHING STAFF
Head Coach ....................... Sandy Botham
Alma Mater/Year ........Notre Dame/1988
Record at UWM ............165-119/10 Years
Career Record ...............187-123/11 Years
Assistant Coach ............John Motherwell
Assistant Coach ................Travis Brewster
Assistant Coach .......................Sheila Roux
Dir. of BB Operations....Lindsay Bronson
Athletic Trainer ..............Renee Manofsky
TEAM INFORMATION
Overall Record .......................................22-9
Home/Away/Neutral ...........13-3/9-5/0-1
League Record.......................................14-2
League Finish .........................................t-1st
League Tournament Finish ....... Champs
Starters Returning/Lost ........................ 3/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........11/5
Newcomers/Redshirts .......................... 6/1
MEDIA RELATIONS
Asst. SID/WBB Contact .... Kevin Conway
Office Phone........................ 414-229-2413
Cell Phone ............................ 414-750-0298
E-mail ........................ [email protected]
SID ....................................... Kevin O’Connor
Office Phone........................ 414-229-5674
Assistant SID .................................Chris Zills
Office Phone........................ 414-229-4593
SID Fax ................................... 414-229-6759
Press Row Phone ............... 414-229-6276
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Alphabetical/Numerical Rosters
2006-07 ROSTERS
NUMERICAL ROSTER
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4
5
11
12
15
20
21
22
23
25
30
32
33
34
44
45
52
54
NAME
Turquoise McCain
Jodie McClain
Aubrey Hampton
Kim Wypiszynski
Danae Russell
Jody Crumble
Emily Markert
Angel Calloway
Meredith Onson
Ebony Hampton
Maddie Kusilek
Kiley Johnson
Katie Fournier
Megan Rogers
Jessica Brown
Aubri Rote
Dana Schultz
Traci Edwards
POS
G
G
G
F
G
G
G
F
G
G
G
G
F
F
C
G
F
C
HEIGHT
5-10
5-9
5-6
6-1
5-9
5-8
5-10
6-0
5-11
5-9
5-8
5-9
6-1
5-10
6-5
5-8
6-0
6-2
YEAR
So.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
Fr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL
Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside
Westerville, Ohio/South
Oak Park, Ill./Oak Park-River Forest
Ashwaubenon, Wis./Ashwaubenon
South Holland, Ill./Thornwood
Milwaukee, Wis./Vincent/Jackson State
Brookfield, Wis./Brookfield East
East Troy, Wis./Divine Savior Holy Angel
Oshkosh, Wis./Oshkosh West/Boston U.
Milwaukee, Wis./Washington
Glenwood City, Wis./ Glenwood City
Prophetstown, Ill./Prophetstown
Moline, Ill./Moline
Madison, Wis./La Follette
Janesville, Wis./Craig
Delafield, Wis./Kettle Moraine/Lakeland
Athens, Wis./Newman
Menasha, Wis./Menasha
POS
C
F
G
C
F
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
F
G
G
F
F
HEIGHT
6-5
6-0
5-9
6-2
6-1
5-6
5-9
5-9
5-8
5-10
5-10
5-9
5-11
5-10
5-8
5-9
6-0
6-1
YEAR
Fr.
Fr.
So.
So.
So.
Sr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
So.
HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL
Janesville, Wis./Craig
East Troy, Wis./Divine Savior Holy Angel
Milwaukee, Wis./Vincent/Jackson State
Menasha, Wis./Menasha
Moline, Ill./Moline
Oak Park, Ill./Oak Park-River Forest
Milwaukee, Wis./Washington
Prophetstown, Ill./Prophetstown
Glenwood City, Wis./ Glenwood City
Brookfield, Wis./Brookfield East
Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside
Westerville, Ohio/South
Oshkosh, Wis./Oshkosh West/Boston U.
Madison, Wis./La Follette
Delafield, Wis./Kettle Moraine/Lakeland
South Holland, Ill./Thornwood
Athens, Wis./Newman
Ashwaubenon, Wis./Ashwaubenon
PRONUNCIATION
wip-is-SIN-ski
de-NAY
MARK-ert
ON-sun
CUE-sill-ick
FOUR-nee-yer
ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
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44
22
20
54
33
11
25
32
30
21
4
5
23
34
45
15
52
12
NAME
Jessica Brown
Angel Calloway
Jody Crumble
Traci Edwards
Katie Fournier
Aubrey Hampton
Ebony Hampton
Kiley Johnson
Maddie Kusilek
Emily Markert
Turquoise McCain
Jodie McClain
Meredith Onson
Megan Rogers
Aubri Rote
Danae Russell
Dana Schultz
Kim Wypiszynski
Head Coach: Sandy Botham (11th Season, Notre Dame/1988) [BAH-thumb]
Assistant Coach: John Motherwell (2nd Season, Michigan/1995)
Assistant Coach: Travis Brewster (1st Season, Charleston Southern/1994)
Assistant Coach: Sheila Roux (1st Season, Minnesota, Crookston/2000) [ROO]
Director of Basketball Operations: Lindsay Bronson (1st Season, Cardinal Stritch/2004)
Athletic Trainer: Rene Manofsky (2nd Season, Eastern Michigan/2003) [man-OFF-skee]
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PANTHERS READY TO BEGIN LEAGUE TITLE DEFENSE
11 letterwinners, three starters return from record-setting 2005-06 season
Coming off arguably the best season in
the team’s Division I history, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s
basketball team enters the 2006-07 season with the bar set higher than ever.
As if finishing second-or-better in each
of the last seven seasons wasn’t enough
pressure, the Panthers will look to build
on a school-record 22-9 mark, Horizon
League regular season and tournament
championships and the second NCAA
Tournament trip in school history.
But, pressure is nothing new for the
Panthers.
“We’ve always had an ‘x’ on our back, being one of the top teams in the league
and a team to beat. Now we’re a championship team, so every game is a big
game and we can’t overlook anyone,”
Milwaukee head coach Sandy Botham
said. “The key to us being able to repeat
will be our focus, discipline and attention
to detail. I think our consistency in doing
the little things, coming ready to play,
executing offensively and our defensive
fundamentals will be essential.”
UWM was picked second in the league’s
preseason poll, most likely due to the
loss of senior starters Nichole Drummond and Molly O’Brien. Drummond
was an all-league first-team selection
and the team’s second-leading scorer,
while O’Brien was the team’s emotional
leader and third-best scorer.
players that are capable of it. It will just
be a matter of using the non-conference
to see who will emerge.”
aged 17.7 points, 8.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists
and 2.0 blocks per game on her way to
tournament MVP honors.
Botham’s cupboard is far from bare, as
she returns two-fifths of the league’s
all-newcomer team in sophomore Traci
Edwards and junior Meredith Onson,
in addition to four more players with
starting experience and 11 letterwinners total.
“Traci obviously proved herself last year
as one of the most formidable post
players in the league,” Botham said.
“Players had a difficult time stopping
her as a freshman. She is only going to
get better.”
Edwards played her way to Horizon
League Newcomer of the Year and
all-league first team honors by averaging 16.1 points and a league-best 10.0
rebounds per game as a freshman. A
6-foot-2 force in the post, she posted 15
double-doubles, including a pair of 20rebound performances, and threatened
the school records for rebounds and
blocks in a season.
Another dimension to her game last season was her ability to distribute the ball,
as she finished third on the team with
80 assists. That figure is a school record
for centers and also eclipsed the teamleading total from each of the previous
three seasons. In the league tournament,
her talent was on full display, as she aver-
“We lost two key players. People are wondering how we are going to be this year
without Molly and Nichole. They were
two substantial players who played substantial roles in our championship run,”
Botham said. “Something that helped
us achieve our championship was our
depth. We were probably two or three
deep at every position and now this
gives them an opportunity to show that
they can be starters for this team.
“I’m excited to see which players will step
up and fill those gaps. We definitely have
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Onson, a preseason all-league selection,
begins the season as the team’s point
guard. In her first season in a Panther
uniform, she led the team with 98 assists, while chipping in 7.2 points per
game. She will be looked upon more as
a scorer for Milwaukee, possibly moving
to a shooting guard to increase her opportunities.
“This could be the year for Meredith.
With the loss of Nichole, one of our top
scorers last year, you could see Meredith
be more of a scorer for us,” Botham said.
“She was an all-league second team
choice this preseason. I think she has
even greater potential than that, so this
will be a greater motivator for her.”
Where Onson will play could hinge on
freshman Jodie McClain. Brought in as
UWM’s point guard of the future, the
Westerville, Ohio, native could play her
way into a starting role at the point, allowing Onson the opportunity to score
more. At Westerville South High School,
McClain was named district player of the
year as a senior when she averaged 17.1
points, 8.3 rebounds, 6.7 assists and 4.6
steals per game.
“We brought Jodie in as a point guard.
So, depending on how she progresses,
she could step into the point guard role
immediately,” Botham said. “That would
allow us to shift Meredith over to the
shooting guard and get her more opportunities to score.”
Sophomore Traci Edwards
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Senior Aubrey Hampton will likely assume a starting role at shooting guard
as Onson starts the season at the point.
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Sophomore Kim Wypiszynski returns
to the Panther frontcourt, competing
for the starting role she inherited last
season prior to the league tournament.
After an injury to Dana Schultz, Wypiszynski moved into the starting lineup
and excelled with the opportunity. She
helped Milwaukee to a league tournament crown by averaging 9.7 points, 5.7
rebounds and 1.3 blocks in three games.
She finished the year with five starts and
contributed 3.3 points and 2.3 rebounds
per game, while shooting a solid 78.3
from the free throw line.
Schultz started 26 of the first 27 games of
last season before suffering the second
knee injury of her career just before the
league tournament. She averaged 3.4
points and 2.3 rebounds per game, but
had increased her scoring to almost
eight points per game in her last four appearances of the season. She’s bounced
back in the off-season and enters her
junior year stronger than ever.
A handful of players enter the season
with a chance to crack the starting lineup
at small forward. Sophomores Turquoise
McCain and Emily Markert could emerge
early as the favorites, while Schultz, senior Megan Rogers and junior Aubri Rote
could battle for that spot.
McCain made an early impact last season, beginning her collegiate career
with a team-best 14 points at No. 25
Oklahoma. She was the first freshman in
the team’s Division I history to lead the
team in scoring in the first game of the
season. She finished with three starts in
27 appearances on the year, emerging
as a defensive presence for the Panthers
late in games.
Meanwhile, Markert earned most of her
time at shooting guard last season, finishing among the team leaders in three-
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Hampton played in 30 games as a junior, earning four starts and chipping in
three points and just over one assist per
game. She adapted to the two-guard
last season with the addition of Onson,
but could see her scoring return to the
pace of her first two seasons when she
averaged 6.6 points per game.
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pointers made and setting a school
freshman record by making 41.2 percent
of her three-point attempts. She played
in 29 games and was fifth on the team in
scoring with 4.4 points per game.
“Emily Markert gave us some key minutes
off the bench last year and Turquoise
McCain showed glimpses of what she is
capable of,” Botham said. “I’m excited to
see how our youth will show. They have
made great improvements in the preseason in terms of their mentality.”
Rogers has been a role player her entire
career, demonstrating a knack for performing in big games. She finished with
4.0 points per outing last season, but
came up big at UW-Green Bay, scoring 11
points in just 10 minutes to help UWM
to a two-point victory.
“Megan, mentality-wise, is above and
beyond other players in her position. She
isn’t afraid to take the big shot,” Botham
said. “Offensively, she has done a lot of
big things for us in her career and this
season she came back in the best shape
she has ever been in and she will make
a difference. Depending on how things
go, she could possibly play the four for
us, with Kim moving to the three.”
Rote played a similar role in the Panthers’
victory over the Phoenix at home, as she
hit all three 3-pointers she attempted to
finish with a season-best nine points. She
ended the season with 32 points in 17
appearances and made six of the nine
3’s she attempted on the year.
“Aubri has really proven to us that she is
committed to helping this program and
earned a scholarship after joining us as a
walk-on,” Botham said.“She really proved
herself in some of our bigger games last
season, coming up big for us, hitting big
shots. She came back in great shape. She
has a scorer’s mentality and a good head
for the game”
Also back are sophomore Katie Fournier
and senior Kiley Johnson. Fournier gave
Milwaukee added depth in the post last
season. She is a solid defender, who creates problems for opposing teams that
try to go inside. Last season, she battled
Senior Megan Rogers
a leg injury to play in 20 games. She finished second on the team with 13 blocks,
including five in one game.
Johnson also battled injury, making just
10 appearances on the season. If healthy,
she provides a long-range option for
Coach Botham. In her first two seasons,
Johnson hit 74 three-pointers and averaged just over six points per game.
“Kiley has done well, coming back from
injuries that hurt her last season,” Botham said. “She knows this is her final
season, so she has stepped up and has
set a good example to our younger kids.
She could come off the bench and provide a good spark for us.”
Danae Russell, a 5-foot-9 guard, joins
McClain as another freshman that could
made an impact right away. Russell
comes to UWM from Thornwood High
School in South Holland, Ill., where she
was a two-time all-area performer and
an all-state honoree. Russell will likely see
time in a smaller Panther lineup, playing
as the team’s third guard on the floor.
Sophomore Jody Crumble will look to
make a contribution this season, her
first with the Panthers since transferring
from Jackson State. She will not be able
to suit up for UWM until after the first
semester, but she brings a year of Division I experience with her from JSU. As a
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freshman in 2004-05, she made 20 starts
and averaged over six points and almost
three assists per game. She’s also a local
product, graduating from Vincent High
School in Milwaukee.
Angel Calloway and Jessica Brown are a
pair of freshman post players that will vie
for playing time as they adapt to the college game in their own ways. Calloway
was plagued by injuries in high school,
but showed glimpses in her two healthy
seasons, earning all-conference honors
both times.
HORIZON LEAGUE
PRESEASON POLL
RK TEAM
POINTS
1. UW-Green Bay (22) ...... 234
2. Milwaukee (3) ................ 198
3. Butler (1) .......................... 192
4. Illinois-Chicago (1) ....... 185
5. Wright State ................... 132
6. Loyola ..................................83
7. Youngstown State ...........72
8. Detroit .................................63
9. Cleveland State ................56
(First place votes in parenthesis)
PRESEASON ALL-LEAGUE TEAMS
FIRST TEAM
Nicole Soulis, UW-Green Bay
Traci Edwards, Milwaukee
Jackie Closser, Butler
Lade Akande, Butler
LaShonda Grant, UIC
SECOND TEAM
Brittney Whiteside,WSU
Marquise Hanser, Loyola
Natalie Berglin, UW-Green Bay
Domanique Butler, CSU
Meredith Onson, Milwaukee
PRESEASON PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Nicole Soulis, UW-Green Bay
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Brown, on the other hand, was a latebloomer and truly broke out last summer
playing for her AAU team. A 6-foot-5 center, she initially signed a National Letter
of Intent to play at Minnesota, Crookston,
but was released and joined the Panthers
when school started.
Freshmen Maddy Kusilek and Ebony
Hampton also made the team late, competing at an open tryout for places on
the roster. Kusilek was a three-time allconference performer from Glenwood
City High School in northwest Wisconsin.
Meanwhile, Hampton, cousin of former
Panther Teri Huff (2001-04), was an allconference performer for Milwaukee
Washington High School.
“I think we’ve got good depth at every
position, but we still brought in a few
walk-ons that only bolster what we
already have,” Botham said. “Jess brings
great dimensions at 6-5 and continues
to get better. Maddy is feisty guard who
had a decorated high school career. And,
Ebony brings great athleticism and enthusiasm to this team.”
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Thu., Nov. 2
Sun., Nov. 5
Fri., Nov. 10
Mon., Nov. 13
Fri., Nov. 17
Sun., Nov. 19
Mon., Nov. 20
Concordia, Wis. (Exhibition)
Wisconsin AAU (Exhibition)
@ South Florida
@ Miami
@ Drake
Central Connecticut State
@ Wisconsin
Klotsche Center
Klotsche Center
Tampa, Fla.
Miami, Fla.
Des Moines, Iowa
Klotsche Center
Madison, Wis.
Fri., Nov. 24
Sat., Nov. 25
SMU Hoops For The Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas)
vs. San Jose State
Dallas, Texas
vs. SMU/Bradley
Dallas, Texas
7 p.m.
3 p.m.
6 p.m.
6 p.m.
7 p.m.
1 p.m.
7 p.m.
5 p.m.
5/7 p.m.
Wed., Nov. 29 Marquette
Klotsche Center
7 p.m.
Sat., Dec. 2
Thu., Dec. 7
Sun., Dec. 10
Wed., Dec. 13
Sat., Dec. 23
Thu., Dec. 28
Sat., Dec. 30
@ Iowa State
Air Force
@ North Dakota State
Chicago State
@ LaSalle
Loyola*
Illinois-Chicago*
Ames, Iowa
Klotsche Center
Fargo, N.D.
Klotsche Center
Philadelphia, Pa.
Klotsche Center
Klotsche Center
2 p.m.
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
7 p.m.
Noon
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
Sat., Jan. 6
Sat., Jan. 13
Thu., Jan. 18
Sat., Jan. 20
Thu., Jan. 25
Sat., Jan. 27
@ Detroit*
@ UW-Green Bay*
Youngstown State*
Cleveland State*
@ Wright State*
@ Butler*
Detroit, Mich.
12:30 p.m.
Green Bay, Wis.
3 p.m.
Klotsche Center
7 p.m.
Klotsche Center
2 p.m.
Dayton, Ohio
6 p.m.
Indianapolis, Ind.
1 p.m.
Thu., Feb. 1
Sat., Feb. 10
Thu., Feb. 15
Sat., Feb. 17
Thu., Feb. 22
Sat., Feb. 24
Detroit*
UW-Green Bay*
@ Cleveland State*
@ Youngstown State*
Butler*
Wright State*
Klotsche Center
Klotsche Center
Cleveland, Ohio
Youngstown, Ohio
Klotsche Center
Klotsche Center
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
6 p.m.
TBA
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
Thu., March 1
Sat., March 3
March 5-11
@ Illinois-Chicago*
@ Loyola*
Horizon League Tournament
Chicago, Ill.
Chicago, Ill.
TBD
7 p.m.
3 p.m.
TBA
* Horizon League Games // All Times Central // Home Games in BOLD
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COACHING STAFF
COACHING STAFF
Sandy Botham is in her 11th season as the Panthers’ head coach
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Sandy Botham • Head Coach
COACHING STAFF
COACHING RESUME
• 1996-Present - UW-Milwaukee
Head Coach
• 165-119 record
• Two NCAA Tournaments
• Two League Championships
• Three-Time League
Coach of the Year
• 1995-96 - Beloit College
Head Coach
• 22-4 record
• NCAA Div. III Tournament
Second Round
• 1991-95 - Notre Dame
Assistant Coach
• Two League Championships
• Two NCAA Div. I Tournaments
• 1990-91 - Marquette
Assistant Coach
Sandy Botham wrapped up her first decade as the head coach of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s
basketball team with arguably the best
season in the program’s Division I history.
The success came as a surprise to no
one.
Botham has consistently kept the Panthers in the thick of the Horizon League
title chase, including second-place-orbetter finishes every year since 1999.
She’s done it while also sending UWM
against some of the best programs in
the country during the non-league
schedule.
Last season, Milwaukee advanced to the
NCAA Tournament for the second time
in school history after winning the Horizon League Tournament at the Klotsche
Center. The homecourt advantage was
made possible by UWM’s second regular season championship and its firstever No. 1 seed.
EDUCATION
• Notre Dame, 1988
B.S. - Psychology
• Notre Dame, 1990
M.S. - Administration
PLAYING EXPERIENCE
• Notre Dame, 1984-88
Four-Year Letterwinner
• Still among top 10 in school
history in field goal percentage,
points, rebounds, field goals and
starts
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All told, UWM won a school-record 22
games last season, including a record
12-straight through the league tournament and 17-of-19 after the calendar
turned to 2006. In league play, Milwaukee tied its best ever mark of 14-2 for its
share of the league crown.
When the dust settled, Botham collected a third Horizon League Coach of the
Year honor and her players garnered
six post-season league honors themselves, including Newcomer of the Year.
Two Milwaukee players also received
all-league first team awards for the first
time in school history.
In Botham’s 10 years at UWM, she has
compiled a 165-119 mark, including a
108-44 mark in Horizon League contests. Last season, she became just the
second coach in league history with
100 league wins.
Prior to last season’s success, she had led
the Panthers to their first-ever league
crown and NCAA Tournament berth in
2001 and to their first 20-win campaign
the following season. Plus, Botham’s
teams have gone 88-24 in the league
since the 1999-2000 season.
The building process started right away
for Botham, who took over a team that
won just four games and led them to
16 wins in 1996-97, earning Midwestern Collegiate Conference Coach of the
Year honors in the process.
That season started a trend for UWM
under Botham’s direction. The next year,
the Panthers posted an eight-game
winning streak and claimed a win over
then-No. 13 Nebraska. The 1999-2000
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1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
Beloit ...............22-4 .846
Milwaukee ....16-12 .571
Milwaukee ....15-12 .556
Milwaukee ....11-16 .444
Milwaukee ....16-12 .571
Milwaukee ....19-11 .633
Milwaukee .....20-8 .714
Milwaukee ....15-13 .536
Milwaukee ....17-12 .586
Milwaukee ....14-14 .500
Milwaukee .....22-9 .710
At UWM 10 Years ...... 165-119 .579
Overall 11 Years ...... 187-123 .603
season then included a second-place
finish in the MCC standings, including
an undefeated league home campaign.
Things got even better for the Panthers
in the next two years, as UWM claimed
its first ever regular season and tournament titles, while earning the school’s
first-ever NCAA Tournament berth in
women’s basketball. The Panthers ran
through the league tournament in
2001, winning three-straight games in
convincing fashion to earn an NCAA
Tournament date with Duke. While the
Panthers’ season ended in that game,
UWM used that as a springboard for a
record-setting 2001-02 campaign. Botham and the Panthers won a schoolrecord 20 games before being upset in
the league tournament.
Over the next three seasons, Botham’s
squad continued to excel. The Panthers
compiled a 35-13 record in league play
BOTHAM VS. THE HORIZON LEAGUE
League Regular Season ........ 108-44
League Tournament ......................8-8
Butler................................................ 15-7
Cleveland State ............................ 15-9
Detroit ............................................. 14-8
Illinois-Chicago............................. 18-5
Loyola .............................................. 19-3
UW-Green Bay .............................. 9-12
Wright State................................... 17-4
Youngstown State ..........................8-2
League Home Games...............64-12
League Road Games.................44-32
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and finished in second place each year.
Milwaukee has been dominant at home
versus Horizon League opponents under Botham, with that dominance
reaching new heights of late. Under
Botham’s direction UWM owns a 63-13
home record in Horizon League play. In
the last six seasons, Milwaukee is 47-7
at home versus league competition,
an .870 winning clip. Overall, Botham’s
teams have won nearly 70 percent of
their home games.
Not only has Botham led UWM to enormous team success, but she has also
aided in individual player development.
One look at the individual accolades
earned during Botham’s 10 years in Milwaukee tells it all. During the Botham
era, 27 players have been selected to
the all-league and league all-newcomer teams. Botham recruited and helped
mentor Maria Viall (2000-03), a twotime Horizon League Player of the Year,
UWM’s all-time leading scorer and the
school’s first-ever WBCA Regional AllAmerica selection.
Botham came to UWM in 1996 following a successful season as head coach
at Beloit College in Beloit, Wis. Her team
went 22-4 in 1995-96, making it the
most successful team in school history. That Beloit squad advanced to the
second round of the NCAA Division III
Tournament before losing to eventual
national champion UW-Oshkosh.
Sandy Botham • Head Coach
SANDY BOTHAM
YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD
• Set school Division I record with
22 wins in 2005-06, including
12 straight
• Twice led UWM to the
NCAA Tournament
(2001, 2006)
• Won League Regular Season and
Tournament Championships in
2000-01 and 2005-06
• Panthers have finished
second or better in the league
the last seven seasons
• Second coach in Horizon League
history with 100 league wins (108)
• Led UWM to first Division I 20win season in 2001-02
• Three-Time League
Coach of the Year
(1997, 2001, 2006)
• Led Panthers to 16 wins in her
first season after four wins
the year before. (Fifth-Best Turnaround in NCAA Division I)
• Led Beloit College to Division III
NCAA Tournament Second Round
in only season
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Sandy Botham • Head Coach
COACHING STAFF
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT
BOTHAM
“Sandy is a very motivating, inspiring and caring individual who will
do anything in her power to make
her players the best they can be.
There are not enough words to explain her positive impact on my life
and the lives of others.”
—Jen Greger
former Panther (1994-97) and
assistant coach
“I can’t express how much respect
I have for her. Sandy is a great
coach and a wonderful person. She
has taught me so much about life
and how to deal with all the twists
and turns along the way. She cares
about her players and treats each
one as a person rather than just
one of her players.”
—Teri Stoltenberg
former Panther (1998-01)
“Sandy has raised the level of our
Division I program within our
conference and throughout the
Midwest. The team’s expectations
remain high year in, year out. That
is a testament to what she helped
to build at Milwaukee. She has instilled motivational factors in her
players to be able to meet those
expectations.”
—M.A. Kelling
former Panther head coach
(1978-95)
“Sandy Botham is a motivating
coach who teaches her players
that their potential success is only
limited to their own determination
and passion to become the best.”
—Maria Viall
former Panther (2000-04)
two-time Horizon League Player
of the Year
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Before becoming a head coach at the
collegiate level, Botham spent five seasons as an assistant at the University of
Notre Dame under head coach Muffet
McGraw. During her time in South Bend
from 1991-95, the Irish won the league
regular-season title twice, the league
tournament twice and twice went to
the NCAA Tournament. Prior to her assistantship at her alma mater, Botham
spent a year in Milwaukee, assisting
Marquette University head coach Jim
Jabir in 1990-91.
and softball at West High. As a sophomore, Botham helped lead Madison
West to the state championship.
Botham earned her bachelor’s degree
from Notre Dame in 1988 while majoring in psychology with a minor in business. Botham remained in South Bend
for her graduate work, earning a Masters of Science in Administration from
the school in 1990.
As a player, Botham played at Notre
Dame from 1984-88. A four-time allleague performer, she ranks among
the top-10 in career scoring (1,460), rebounding (773) and field goal percentage (.588).
A native of Madison, Wis., Botham attended Madison West High School from
1980-84 where she was a standout in
three different sports. In addition to
basketball, Botham starred in volleyball
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OPPONENT
RECORD
LAST
Arizona State ...........................0-1....... 2002
Ball State ...................................3-0....... 2003
Bowling Green ........................2-0....... 2001
Buffalo .......................................0-2....... 2000
Central Michigan ...................1-1....... 2000
Chicago State ..........................3-1....... 2003
Creighton .................................0-2....... 2003
Dayton .......................................1-1....... 1997
Denver .......................................1-0....... 1996
DePaul .......................................0-3....... 2005
Drake ..........................................0-2....... 1998
Duke ...........................................0-1....... 2002
Eastern Michigan ...................0-1....... 1996
Florida Atlantic .......................1-0....... 1998
Florida State ............................0-1....... 2003
Furman ......................................1-0....... 1998
Hawaii ........................................0-1....... 1999
Hofstra .......................................1-0....... 1997
Illinois State .............................1-1....... 2001
IPFW ...........................................1-1....... 2005
Iowa ............................................0-2....... 2005
La Salle ......................................0-1....... 1998
Liberty .......................................1-0....... 2003
Marquette ..............................0-10....... 2005
Middle Tennessee State ......1-0....... 2002
Minnesota ................................1-0....... 1997
Mississippi ................................0-1....... 2001
Missouri.....................................0-2....... 2000
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OPPONENT
RECORD
LAST
Montana State ........................2-0....... 2001
Navy ...........................................1-0....... 1997
Nebraska ...................................1-2....... 1998
New Hampshire .....................0-2....... 2003
Northern Illinois .....................5-2....... 2003
Northern Iowa ........................1-2....... 2004
Northwestern..........................3-1....... 2006
Oakland.....................................2-0....... 2005
Oklahoma State .....................1-0....... 2002
Oregon State ...........................1-0....... 1999
Pepperdine ..............................1-0....... 1998
Purdue .......................................0-2....... 2003
St. Louis .....................................1-0....... 1997
St. Mary’s (CA) .........................1-1....... 2001
San Francisco ..........................1-1....... 2002
South Carolina ........................0-1....... 1998
South Dakota State ...............0-2....... 2005
Southeast Missouri State ....4-0....... 2005
Texas-Arlington ......................0-1....... 1996
Valparaiso .................................2-2....... 2001
Vanderbilt.................................0-2....... 2002
Wagner ......................................1-0....... 1997
Washington .............................0-1....... 2004
Weber State .............................0-1....... 2003
Western Illinois .......................1-0....... 1996
Wichita State ...........................1-0....... 1999
Wisconsin .................................0-8....... 2005
Xavier .........................................0-2....... 1998
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Motherwell came to UWM from Minnesota State University Moorhead, where
he had been since 2000. He also has
been an assistant coach at the College
of St. Scholastica and Concordia University (Minnesota).
“John has been a great addition to our
staff,” head coach Sandy Botham said.
“He is an experienced recruiter with
incredible contacts in our region and
is a great asset in taking our recruiting
to the next level. John has established
himself as a tireless worker with a good
mind for the game.”
“I had heard so much about what a
great coach Sandy was before I took
this job, and after one year here, everything I had heard has proven to be
true,” Motherwell said. “Beyond that, we
have a department and an administration that is committed to winning and I
feel lucky everyday to be a part of that
culture.”
In his last season at Moorhead, the
Dragons finished 24-7, won its first conference title in 20 years and advanced
to the NCAA Division II Tournament.
Motherwell’s time at Minnesota State
coincided with a stellar turnaround
in the program, as a streak of sevenstraight losing seasons turned into a
stretch of five-straight winning campaigns. Minnesota State led the NCAA
Division II ranks in rebounding margin
twice in the last five seasons and produced more all-NSIC performers than
any other school in the last four years.
Prior to his stint at Minnesota State,
Motherwell spent one season apiece at
Concordia (Minn.) and the College of St.
Scholastica. At Concordia, Motherwell
was responsible for the entire recruiting program and served a stint as interim head coach. The recruiting class
from his time at Concordia won an NSIC
title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament twice. In addition to his basketball coaching duties, Motherwell also
served as a defensive secondary coach
with the football team. At St. Scholastica, he helped the team to a winning
record and the conference tournament
championship game.
Motherwell got his start in coaching
in the high school ranks in Michigan,
where he worked for five seasons as
both a head coach and assistant coach.
Motherwell married Sherri Bierschbach
in 2001 and the couple resides in Mil-
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waukee.
Full Name
John A. Motherwell
Born
March 12, 1970
John Motherwell • Assistant Coach
John Motherwell has entered his second season as an assistant coach for
the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
women’s basketball team. In addition to
on-the-court help and scouting, Motherwell serves as the team’s recruiting
coordinator.
COACHING STAFF
Nickname(s)
“Mo” , “Mowell”
EDUCATION
• Michigan, 1995
B.G.S. - General Studies
COACHING RESUME
• 2000-05 Minnesota State, Moorhead
Assistant Head Coach
• 1999-00 - Concordia (Minn.)
Asst. Women’s Basketball Coach/
Asst. Football Coach
• 1998-99 College of St. Scholastica
Assistant Coach
• 1993-98 Various Michigan Schools
High School Assistant/Head Coach
DID YOU KNOW...
Prior to completing his undergraduate degree at Michigan, John
played football from 1988-92 at
Eastern Michigan, lettering in 1992
at wide receiver.
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Travis Brewster • Assistant Coach
COACHING STAFF
Full Name
J. Travis Brewster
Born
July 8, 1971
Nickname(s)
“Brew”
EDUCATION
• Iowa Lakes Community College, 1991
A.A. - Emphasis Speech
• Charleston Southern, 1994
B.S. - Speech/Drama
COACHING RESUME
• 2001-06 - North Dakota
Assistant Women’s Coach
112-19 record during tenure
Four NCAA Div. II Tournaments
2004 & 2006 Div. II Sweet 16
• 2001-02 - North Dakota
Men’s Graduate Assistant Coach
• 1998-01 - Iowa Lakes CC
Assistant Coach
DID YOU KNOW...
Travis played basketball professionally from 1994-97. He played for a
number of teams in Switzerland
and Northern Ireland. He averaged
15 points and 10 rebounds for his
career and was a two-time Swiss
All-Star. He also shot 73.3% from
three-point range in 10 games during the 1994-95 season.
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Travis Brewster, formerly an assistant
at the University of North Dakota, has
joined the Panther staff and begins his
first season. Brewster will work with the
UWM post players and handle opponent scouting duties.
“We are thrilled about Travis joining our
staff. He brings a wealth of experience at
the Division II level,” UWM head coach
Sandy Botham said. “Travis has that
experience of working under a great
coach at a great program and he will
bring that to UWM. He also has a very
positive and contagious personality
that will be a great asset to our team.”
Brewster had been an aide with the
Fighting Sioux women’s program for the
last four seasons, helping to guide the
squad to a 34-1 record last season and
112-19 mark during his tenure. In that
time, UND featured five All-Americans
and three more Academic All-Americans, while 14 players were selected to
the all-conference teams.
“This is a great opportunity for me, personally, and for my family. I have the
chance to learn from another great
coach at another strong university,”
Brewster said. “I’m really looking forward to working with everyone on staff
here and the people in this athletic department. “
Brewster broke into coaching as a men’s
assistant coach, first at Iowa Lakes Community College for three seasons and
then one year with the North Dakota
men’s program. He coached at ILCC
from 1998-2001, helping the Lakers to
a 24-7 record in 1998-99 and 27-8 in
1999-00. Brewster then became a grad-
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uate assistant with the Fighting Sioux
for the 2001-02 season before joining
the women’s program the next season.
A native of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Brewster
was a two-year letterwinner at Charleston Southern University, earning team
defensive MVP honors and serving as a
team captain before graduating in 1994
with a degree in speech and drama.
He began his collegiate career at Iowa
Lakes Community College where he
earned all-region honors on the court.
“He has great knowledge and is a great
teacher of the game,” Botham said.
“We are excited about having our first
true post position coach. His biggest
responsibility will be working with our
post players and I think he will come
in and help our post players excel and
meet their potential.”
Brewster resides in Milwaukee, with his
wife, Becky, and their three children—
Drake (8), Reganne (6) and Kaide (3).
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“Sheila brings with her a great personality and a passion and enthusiasm for the
sport of basketball that is contagious,”
UWM head coach Sandy Botham said.
“She will be a great influence on our
guards and rounds out a great staff. I’m
excited about all the people we have
been able to bring in this summer and
what they’ll do for this program.”
“I’m truly excited to be joining Coach
Botham and her staff. I have a lot of respect for Sandy and am excited about
being part of a championship program,” Roux said. “Plus, I’ve known both
John (Motherwell) and Travis (Brewster)
from my time in Minnesota and South
Dakota, so that makes this a great situation for me to come in to with a lot of
familiarity.”
Last season, Roux served as the interim
head coach at her alma mater, the University of Minnesota, Crookston. She
directed all aspects of the Division II
program since taking over in August
of 2005. Two players earned all-region
first team honors following the season,
while the squad finished 23rd in the nation in team grade point average.
From 2003-05, she was an assistant
coach at UW-Parkside in Kenosha, Wis.,
helping the Rangers to a school-record
20 wins and the program’s first NCAA
Tournament ever. Prior to that, she
spent two seasons as a graduate assis-
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tant at South Dakota State. The Jackrabbits advanced to the Elite Eight of the
Division II NCAA Tournament both seasons, finishing 2002 ranked No. 3 in the
nation and winning the 2003 National
Championship. In 2003, she earned her
master’s in athletic administration from
SDSU.
Full Name
Sheila Ann Roux
Born
July 21, 1977
Sheila Roux • Assistant Coach
Sheila Roux is in her first season as an
assistant coach at UWM. She will work
with the guards and handle opponent
scouting.
COACHING STAFF
Nickname(s)
“Roo”
“Sheila is a great fit for our program,”
Botham said. “She has strong ties in the
state from her time at UW-Parkside and
a wealth of experience and knowledge.
She also has the drive and determination to be a head coach at the Division
I level.”
EDUCATION
Roux played basketball as an undergraduate at Crookston from 1995-2000,
graduating with degrees in sport and
recreation management and information networking management. On the
court, she left as the school’s all-time
leader in three-pointers made and was
Female Athlete of the Year in 2000.
COACHING RESUME
• Minnesota, Crookston, 2000
B.S. - Sport and Recreation Mgnt./
Information Networking Mgnt.
• South Dakota State, 2003
M.S. - Athletic Administration
• 2005-06 - Minnesota, Crookston
Interim Head Coach
• 2003-05 - UW-Parkside
Assistant Coach
2005 Div. II NCAA Tournament
• 2001-03 - South Dakota State
Graduate Assistant
2003 Div. II National Champions
2002 Div. II Elite Eight
DID YOU KNOW...
As a grad assistant with South Dakota State in 2003, Sheila helped
to coach the Jackrabbits to the national championship. In the second
round, SDSU topped North Dakota,
77-56. Fellow Panther assistant Travis Brewster was an assistant coach
for that UND team.
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Lindsay Bronson • Director of Basketball Operations
COACHING STAFF
Full Name
Lindsay M. Bronson
Born
Feb. 27, 1981
EDUCATION
• Cardinal Stritch, 2004
B.A. - Mathematics/Secondary Ed.
COACHING RESUME
• 2005-06 - Cardinal Stritch
Assistant Coach
28-5 Record and NAIA Div. II Elite 8
• 2001-02 - Nicolet High School
Assistant Varsity Coach
• 2000-06 - Rising Force Academy
Head AAU Coach
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Lindsay Bronson is in her first season as
the Director of Basketball Operations for
the UWM women’s basketball program.
mater, she spent the 2004-05 season
as a varsity assistant at her high school
alma mater, Nicolet.
Bronson is no stranger to the area, hailing from nearby Glendale, Wis., and
coaching and playing throughout the
area.
From 2000-06, Bronson was a head AAU
girls’ basketball coach with the Rising
Force Basketball Academy in Milwaukee.
She also served as basketball camp and
clinic director at Nicolet, while coaching
at a number of camps throughout the
state, including Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
Marquette, UW-Green Bay and Rick Majerus’ basketball camps.
She joins the Panther staff after one
season as an assistant at her alma mater, Cardinal Stritch. In 2005-06, Bronson
helped the Wolves to a 28-5 record and
a trip to the NAIA Division II Tournament, where they advanced to the Elite
Eight.
While at Stritch, she worked with preseason conditioning, video exchange,
scouting and recruiting. Bronson also
worked with the CSU guards, helping
one to earn Third Team All-America
honors.
Bronson was a four-year letterwinner at
Cardinal Stritch, playing in three NAIA
Tournaments and contributing to a
school-record 31 wins her senior season. She was a two-time NAIA Acaemic
All-American and served as team captain as a junior and senior.
Prior to returning to her collegiate alma
She graduated from Stritch in 2004 with
a bachelor of arts in mathematics and
secondary education.
nicole ALMBERG
becky ADAMS
katie WITTE
Student Assistant • 3rd Season
Senior • Exceptional Education Major
Oshkosh, Wis./West
Student Manager • 2nd Season
Sophomore • Communication Major
Jefferson, Wis./Jefferson
Student Manager • 2nd Season
Junior • Accounting/Marketing Major
Mt. Horeb, Wis./Mt. Horeb
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Dana Schultz is one of three returning starters from last year
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11• Aubrey Hampton
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11• Aubrey Hampton
2005-06 (JUNIOR)
Saw action in 30-of-31 team games, starting the first four of the season ... ended
the season having made her last 13 free
throw attempts ... scored eight points
and dished out three assists in season
opener at Oklahoma Nov. 11 ... dished
out a season-best six assists, while scoring seven points and swiping two steals
against #14 DePaul Nov. 30 ... had nine
points at Detroit Dec. 29, adding a steal
and rebound ... hit two 3’s and finished
with eight points at Cleveland State Jan.
14 ... scored a season-high 14 points, hitting four 3’s, and dishing out five assists at
Northwestern Jan. 18 ... at Butler Feb. 11,
finished with seven points, two rebounds
and a steal ... converted all four free throw
attempts and dished out four assists vs.
UW-Green Bay Feb. 13 ... hit all four free
throw attempts and a three-pointer for
seven points vs. UIC March 6.
2004-05 (SOPHOMORE)
Played in all 28 games ... started 19 times
... scored 16 points and grabbed five rebounds at Washington Nov. 26 ... tossed
in 13 points at Oakland Dec. 5 ... added
five assists in that game ... contributed 11
points vs. Iowa Dec. 28 ... had 10 points
at Loyola Jan. 8 ... scored 10 more points
at UIC Jan. 17 ... poured in 13 points
three days later vs. Wright State ... had 14
points and five assists at Detroit Jan. 27
... scored 10 points at Wright State Feb.
3 ... reached double figures again with a
10-point outing vs. UIC Feb. 17 ... scored
eight points in the regular-season finale
vs. Youngstown State Feb. 26.
2003-04 (FRESHMAN)
Played in 14 games as UWM’s starting
point guard before suffering a seasonending knee injury on Jan. 15 ... finished
third on the squad in scoring with 6.9
ppg while leading the team in assists (3.5
apg) and free-throw shooting (80.8%) ...
averaged 10.0 points, 2.5 boards, and 3.5
assists in four league contests ... notched
six assists in first career game at DePaul
Nov. 21 ... scored 10 points with two
three-pointers versus Ball State on Nov.
22 ... averaged 10.1 points and 4.6 assists
while hitting 24-of-29 free throws in her
last five full games before injury ... scored
nine points with four assists at Wisconsin
on Dec. 22 ... added eight points and six
assists versus Marquette Jan. 6 ... enjoyed
her best game of the season with a 17point, seven-assist, four-rebound effort
in overtime win versus Loyola Jan. 10.
OAK PARK-RIVER FOREST HIGH SCHOOL
One of the premier players in the Chicagoland Area at Oak Park-River Forest
High School, where she played for Adrian
Newell ... averaged 21.8 points per game
as a senior while connecting on 80 threepointers and 79.4% of her free throw
tries ...named Class AA Second-Team
All-State by the IBCA and the Champaign
News-Gazette ... four-year starter at point
guard and three-year captain ... led OPRF
to a 30-3 record in 2002-03 and earned
a spot in the IHSA Three-Point contest ...
four-year member of the Pioneer Press
All-Area Team ... member of the Chicago
Sun-Times All-Area Team and a Special
Mention All-Stater by the Associated
PERSONAL
Full Name: Aubrey Michelle Hampton
Nickname: Aubs, Breeze, Bre
Place of Birth: Chicago, Ill.
Born: May 18, 1985
Parents: Marikay and Michael Hampton
Siblings: One brother (Mike)
Few people know that: My name
means “Ruler of Elves”.
Why UWM? Close to home, successful
tradition.
FAVORITES
Road Trip: Seattle
Food: Italian Beef, anything spicey
Book: “Flyy Girl”
Movie: “Boondock Saints”,“Old
School”, “Friday”, “Lucky Number
Slevin”
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points ................ 14 @ Northwestern, 1/18
Rebounds .............................2 - three times
Assists ............................6 vs. DePaul, 11/30
Steals ................................ vs. DePaul, 11/30
Blocks ..........................................................N/A
CAREER HIGHS
Points ......................... 17 @ UWGB 1/26/04
Rebounds ....7 @ Cleveland State, 2/12/05
Assists ......................... 7 vs. Loyola 1/10/04
Steals ........................3 vs. Liberty 11/30/03
Blocks ........................................1 - two times
Press ... three-time All-Conference performer ... finished high school career
with 1,855 total points ... AAU team was
Chicago Hoops Express.
AUBREY HAMPTON career stats
YEAR
G-GS
FG-FGA
2003-04 14-12 22-80
2004-05 28-19 54-144
2005-06 30-4
24-83
Totals
72-35 100-307
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FG%
.275
.375
.289
.326
3PT-ATT
11-44
36-96
19-65
66-205
3PT%
.250
.375
.292
.322
FT-FTA
42-52
35-47
23-29
100-128
FT%
.808
.745
.793
.781
REB
29
55
16
100
RPG
2.1
2.0
0.5
1.4
AST
49
68
34
151
TO
50
83
43
176
ST
13
24
9
46
BL
1
1
0
2
PTS
97
179
90
366
PPG
6.9
6.4
3.0
5.1
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 17
Milwaukee Panthers
32 • Kiley Johnson
PANTHER PROFILES
18
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
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PANTHER PROFILES
32 • Kiley Johnson
2005-06 (JUNIOR)
Battled injury to play in 10 games ...
tallied two points in five minutes in the
season-opener at Oklahoma Nov. 11 ...
played a season high six minutes at Iowa
Nov. 20 ... hit a three-pointer in games
vs. Northern Michigan Dec. 11 and at
Loyola Feb. 25.
2004-05 (SOPHOMORE)
Played in 26 games ... made six starts for
the Panthers, earning the nod in the final
six games of the season ... scored eight
points in the season opener at Marquette
Nov. 20 ... scored six points on a pair of
three-point baskets in a win at Oakland
Dec. 5 ... scored eight points at Butler
Jan. 3 ... broke into double figures with a
10-point outing at Loyola Jan. 8 ... scored
six points and grabbed three rebounds
vs. Cleveland State Jan. 13 ... poured in a
career-best 20 points at Cleveland State
Feb. 12 ... added five rebounds ... scored
18 points in her next outing vs. UIC Feb.
17 ... tossed in 11 points at UW-Green
Bay Feb. 24 ... had eight points and six
rebounds in the league tournament loss
to Detroit March 3.
2003-04 (FRESHMAN)
Solid offensive contributor, finished
fourth on the team in scoring with 6.9
points per game ... led the team with 44
three-pointers made ... hit three 3-pointers on the way to a 13-point, six-rebound
showing at nationally-ranked Purdue
Nov. 25 ... nailed two more three-balls
in 12-point game versus Liberty Dec.
30 ... hit seven shots en route to seasonhigh 16 points versus UIC Jan. 3 ... hit a
season-high tying three 3-pointers in
11-point, three rebound game versus
Wright state Feb. 5 ... went three-of-six
from beyond the arc in 14-point game
at UIC on Feb. 19.
PROPHETSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
One of the top players in the northern Illinois region ... helped lead Prophetstown
High School to a Sweet 16 appearance in
the Illinois High School Association State
Tournament ... averaged 18.2 points,
7.7 boards and 6.2 steals as a senior ...
finished her four-year PHS career as the
school’s all-time leader in scoring (1,635)
and steals (452) while ranking fourth in
rebounding (541) ... two-time Three Rivers Athletic Association Player of the Year
... Second-Team All-State honoree by the
Illinois Basketball Coaches Association ...
three-time Player of the Year by both the
Moline Dispatch and Rock Island Argus ...
named the Quad City Times Player of the
Year in 2002-03.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Kiley Jo Johnson
Nickname: Kijo, Ki-Ki
Place of Birth: Morrison, Ill.
Born: June 16, 1985
Parents: Sandy and Neil Johnson
Siblings: One sister (Kelsey)
Why UWM? All the different people.
FAVORITES
Road Trip: Cleveland State, 2004-05
Spot on Campus: My front yard
Food: Grandma’s noodles or pancakes
Class: Art Ed or Health Ed
Book: The Harry Potter Series
Movie: “It Takes Two”
TV Show: “Dawson’s Creek”
Motto or Quote: “Don’t be afraid to
be amazing.”
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points ........................................3 - two times
Rebounds ................................1 - two times
Assists .........................................................N/A
Steals .......................................................... N/A
Blocks ..........................................................N/A
CAREER HIGHS
Points .............20 @ Cleveland St. 2/12/05
Rebounds ....................6 vs. Detroit 3/3/05
Assists .................................5 @ UIC 1/17/05
Steals ....... 6 @ New Hampshire 12/11/03
Blocks .....................................same - 2 times
KILEY JOHNSON career stats
YEAR
G-GS
FG-FGA
2003-04 29-7 73-213
2004-05 26-6 47-152
2005-06 10-0
3-16
Totals
65-13 123-381
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FG%
.343
.309
.188
.323
3PT-ATT
44-132
30-102
2-12
76-245
3PT%
.333
.294
.167
.310
FT-FTA
9-15
8-15
0-2
17-32
FT%
.600
.533
.000
.531
REB
59
50
2
111
RPG
2.0
1.9
0.2
1.7
AST
23
28
0
51
TO
31
26
4
61
ST
29
14
0
43
BL
1
1
0
2
PTS
199
132
8
339
PPG
6.9
5.1
0.8
5.2
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 19
Milwaukee Panthers
34 • Megan Rogers
PANTHER PROFILES
20
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
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PANTHER PROFILES
34 • Megan Rogers
2005-06 (JUNIOR)
Bolstered Panthers’ depth off bench at
the forward position ... also provided a
solid defensive presence ... appeared
in 26 games ... scored nine points and
grabbed four rebounds vs. Oakland Nov.
18 ... coverted a pair of free throws in
the final minute of overtime to seal the
game ... had a team-high three steals
and a block at Iowa Nov. 20 ... scored 14
points, had three boards and dished out
three assists at SEMO Nov. 25 ... scored 13
points in the rematch with SEMO Dec. 2
... had nine points and a career-high six
rebounds vs. Northern Michigan Dec.
11 ... dished a career-high four assists in
11 minutes vs. Cleveland State Jan. 28 ...
scored 11 points in 10 minutes, including eight-straight UWM points late at
UW-Green Bay Feb. 4 ... her next game,
had 10 points, including a pair of three’s,
vs. Loyola Feb. 9 ... tied a career-best with
four assists vs. Loyola March 2 ... had five
points and an assist in the NCAA Tournament vs. Michigan State March 17.
at the end of regulation time in that
game to force overtime ... scored nine
points at Youngstown State two days
later ... tallied seven points and grabbed
three boards at IPFW Feb. 10 ... tossed
in 11 points at Cleveland State Feb. 12
... poured in a career-best 21 points vs.
UIC Feb. 17 ... added 15 points vs. Loyola
two days later ... scored 13 points in the
regular-season finale vs. Youngstown
State Feb. 26.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Megan Kelley Rogers
Nickname: Meg, Mama Rog
Place of Birth: Madison, Wis.
Born: Sept. 13, 1984
Parents: Anne and Patrick Rogers
Siblings: Three sisters (Shawn, Patty,
Molly), one brother (Devin)
2003-04 (FRESHMAN)
Made the team as a walk-on and played
in 19 games ... scored 34 points on the
year and grabbed 24 rebounds ... hit
46.7% of shots from the field ... scored
seven points and grabbed five rebounds
in season opener versus DePaul Nov.
21 ... scored five points to go with four
rebounds and a three-pointer in OT loss
at Butler Jan. 24 ... played 12 minutes and
scored eight points on four-of-seven
shooting from the floor in big win at
Detroit Feb. 7.
FAVORITES
Road Trip: Cleveland State
Book: “The DaVinci Code”, “Angels
and Demons” and “Tuesday’s With
Morrie”
Movie: “The Notebook”,“The Goonies”
Motto/Quote: “People will forget
what you said. People will forget
what you do. But, people will never
forget how you made them feel.”
- Maya Angelou
2004-05 (SOPHOMORE)
Played in 26 games with one start ...
emerged as a key reserve for UWM, finishing fifth on the team in scoring ... hit
a pair of three-pointers to finish with six
points at Washington Nov. 26 ... scored
eight points at Northern Iowa Dec. 2
... tossed in nine points at Wisconsin
Dec. 8 ... scored seven points to go with
four rebounds vs. Wright State Jan. 20 ...
broke into double figures with an 11point outing vs. Butler Jan. 22 ... scored
13 points in a come-from-behind win at
Detroit Jan. 27 ... made two free throws
MADISON LAFOLLETTE HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year starter and team Most Valuable Player at LaFollette, where she
played for Steve Hornbeck ... LHS record
holder for career points (1,118), singleseason scoring (777) and single-game
scoring (32 points) ... averaged 15.3
points and 8.1 rebounds per game ...
Wisconsin State Journal First-Team AllArea member ... Big Eight Conference
Player of the Year in 2002-03 ... First-Team
All-City performer ... played in the WBCA
All-Star game ... played for the Wisconsin
Pride AAU team.
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points ........14 @ SE Missouri State, 11/25
Rebounds ........... 6 vs. N. Michigan, 12/11
Assists ....................................4 - three times
Steals .................................. 3 @ Iowa, 11/20
Blocks ........................................1 - two times
CAREER HIGHS
Points ..............................21 vs. UIC 2/17/05
Rebounds .............................................. Same
Assists ..................................................... Same
Steals ................................Same - two times
Blocks ............................... Same - five times
MEGAN ROGERS career stats
YEAR
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
Totals
G-GS
19-0
26-1
26-0
71-1
FG-FGA
14-30
67-141
28-84
109-255
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FG%
.467
.475
.333
.427
3PT-ATT
1-4
21-52
11-32
33-88
3PT%
.250
.404
.344
.375
FT-FTA
5-6
18-28
36-45
59-79
FT%
.833
.643
.800
.747
REB
24
48
45
117
RPG
1.3
1.8
1.7
1.6
AST
4
20
28
52
TO
24
55
41
120
ST
2
20
11
33
BL
0
3
2
5
PTS
34
173
103
310
PPG
1.8
6.7
4.0
4.4
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 21
Milwaukee Panthers
23 • Meredith Onson
PANTHER PROFILES
2005-06 (SOPHOMORE)
Named to the Horizon League AllNewcomer Team ... started 27 games at
point guard, including 26 of the last 27
... led the team with 98 assists, the most
by a Panther since 2001-02 ... had four
points and a team-high five rebounds
in Milwaukee debut at Oklahoma Nov.
11 ... played a school-record 44 minutes
off the bench at SEMO Nov. 25, tallying
11 points, five rebounds and four assists
... had 10 points and three assists in the
rematch with SEMO Dec. 2 ... scored nine
points to go with four assists, three rebounds and two assists at South Dakota
State Dec. 4 ... tallied 10 points and four
assists vs. Wisconsin Dec. 7 ... followed
that up with 10 points and five assists
at Marquette Dec. 18 ... had five points,
seven rebounds and four assists at Detroit Dec. 29 ... scored 15 points vs. Butler
in 42 minutes Dec. 31 ... had six boards
and five assists vs. Wright State Jan. 5 ...
scored eight points, including a 40-foot
three-pointer at the halftime buzzer,
grabbed four boards and dished out
five assists at Cleveland State Jan. 14 ...
had a career and team-high 18 points
and four assists at Northwestern Jan. 18
... scored nine points to go with three
boards, three assists and a steal vs. UIC
Jan. 21 ... had 11 points, four rebounds
and four assists at UW-Green Bay Feb.
4 ... scored 11 points and had three assists against Loyola Feb 9 ... dished out
a team season-high of nine assists to
go with four points at Butler Feb. 11 ...
had eight points and eight assists at
UIC Feb. 23 ... had 10 points to go with
seven rebounds and six assists at Loyola
Feb. 25 ... scored nine points, dished four
assists and grabbed a steal and block vs.
Loyola in the league quarterfinals March
2 ... finished with 12 points against Butler
in the league semifinals March 5.
2004-05 (REDSHIRT)
Sat out 2004-05 season due to NCAA
transfer rules.
2003-04 (BOSTON UNIVERSITY)
Played in 28 games for 19-11 squad ...
earned 17 starts, 16 of which came in
league play ... played 26.2 minutes per
game in conference action ... averaged
3.4 points and 2.4 rebounds per contest
... numbers jumped to 4.5 points and 3.1
boards in America East Conference play
... added 31 assists, 22 steals, and 41.7%
shooting from three-point territory.
OSHKOSH WEST HIGH SCHOOL
Consensus Wisconsin Player of the Year
as a senior in 2002-03 ... named Miss Basketball by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
and the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches
Association ... earned Player of the Year
honors from the Associated Press ...
helped lead Oshkosh West to the WIAA
Division I state title in 02-03 ... averaged
14.9 points a game as a senior to go with
3.8 rpg, 3.8 apg and 54.5% shooting from
three-point land ... played AAU basketball for Wisconsin Fastbreak.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Meredith Marie Onson
Nickname: Merey, Mere, Dith
Place of Birth: Springfield, Ill.
Born: May 5, 1985
Parents: Linda and Rick Onson
Siblings: Two brothers (Brad, Geoff )
Few people know that: I used to have
a horse named ‘April.’
Why UWM? I like cities and it was
close to home.
FAVORITES
Spot On Campus: Spaights Plaza
Food: Cereal
Class: History
Book: “The DaVinci Code”
Movie: “Good Will Hunting”
TV Show: “Grey’s Anatomy”
Motto or Quote: “To give anything
less than your best is to sacrifice the
gift.” - Steve Prefontaine
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points ................ 18 @ Northwestern, 1/18
Rebounds .............................7 - three times
Assists ..................................9 @ Butler, 2/11
Steals .........................................2 - two times
Blocks ...................................1 vs. Loyola, 3/2
CAREER HIGHS
Points ...................................................... Same
Rebounds .............................................. Same
Assists ..................................................... Same
Steals ....................................................... Same
Blocks ...................................................... Same
MEREDITH ONSON career stats
YEAR
2003-04*
2005-06
Totals
22
G-GS
28-17
31-27
31-27
FG-FGA
37-83
86-196
86-196
FG%
3PT-ATT 3PT%
FT-FTA
FT%
REB RPG AST
.446
11-29 .379
9-11
.818
66
2.4
35
.439
21-58 .362
30-37 .811
93
3.0
98
.439
21-58 .362
30-37 .811
93
3.0
98
* at Boston University; Career totals reflect UWM totals only
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
TO
22
83
83
ST
27
22
22
BL
1
1
1
PTS
94
223
223
PPG
3.4
7.2
7.2
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PANTHER PROFILES
45 • Aubri Rote
2005-06 (SOPHOMORE)
Appeared in 17 games on the year ...
averaged 1.6 points and 0.9 rebounds
per game ... hit a three in first game in a
Panther uniform, Nov. 11 at Oklahoma ...
scored four points on a perfect 4-for-4
from the free throw line her next time
out at Iowa Nov. 20 ... added three boards
in that game ... played a combined 29
minutes and hit all four 3-point attempts
in back-to-back games vs. Butler Feb. 11
and UW-Green Bay Feb. 13 ... in 19 minutes at Butler, finished with six points,
three rebounds and an assist ... hit all
three 3-point attempts against UWGB,
finishing with a career-high nine points
and three more rebounds ... sank another
three-pointer in the league semifinal
game vs. Butler March 5.
while connecting on 52 three-pointers ...
Lakeland went 22-6 and advanced to the
NCAA Tournament ... named first-team
all-conference.
KETTLE MORAINE HIGH SCHOOL
Three-year starter at Kettle Moraine
High School in Delafield ... two-time
First-Team All-Classic 8 Conference pick
... League Player of the Year as a senior
... played AAU basketball for Wisconsin
Fastbreak.
2004-05 (REDSHIRT)
Made the team as a walk-on, but sat out
2004-05 season due to NCAA transfer
rules.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Aubrianne Elise Rote
Nickname: Aubs
Place of Birth: Jacksonville, Fla.
Born: June 17, 1985
Parents: Bonnie and Rock Rote
Siblings: One brother (Ryan)
Few people know that: I’m the proud
owner of an Elvis shrine.
Why UWM? To play basketball and be
close to home.
FAVORITES
Road Trip: Oklahoma last year
Class: Sociological Aspects of Heath
and Human Movement
Book: “Angels and Demons”
Movie: “A League of their Own”
TV Show: “Grey’s Anatomy”
Motto or Quote: “It does not due to
dwell on dreams, Harry, and forget
to live.” - Albus Dumbledore
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points .................9 vs. UW-Green Bay, 2/13
Rebounds .............................3 - three times
Assists ..................................1 @ Butler, 2/11
Steals ........................................ 1 - two times
Blocks ..........................................................N/A
2003-04 (LAKELAND COLLEGE)
Played one season at Division III Lakeland College ... named the Lake Michigan
Conference Rookie of the Year ... led
the team with 14.5 points per game ...
averaged 3.9 rpg to go with 51 assists
CAREER HIGHS
Points ...................................................... Same
Rebounds .............................................. Same
Assists ..................................................... Same
Steals ....................................................... Same
Blocks ...................................................... Same
AUBRI ROTE career stats
YEAR
2003-04*
2005-06
Totals
G-GS
FG-FGA FG%
3PT-ATT 3PT%
FT-FTA
FT%
REB RPG AST
28-28 152-356 .427
52-121 .430
51-69 .739
108 3.9
51
17-0
7-20
.350
6-9
.667
7-9
.778
16
0.9
1
17-0
7-20
.350
6-9
.667
7-9
.778
16
0.9
1
* at Lakeland College; Career totals reflect UWM totals only
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TO
56
4
4
ST
32
2
2
BL
5
0
0
PTS
407
32
32
PPG
14.5
1.6
1.6
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 23
Milwaukee Panthers
52 • Dana Schultz
PANTHER PROFILES
2005-06 (SOPHOMORE)
Rebounded from a knee injury that
cost her all of 2004-05 to start 26-of-27
games played for the Panthers ... missed
the remainder of the season after injuring her other knee in practice prior to
the start of the league tournament ...
made first collegiate start at Oklahoma
Nov. 11, scoring two points, grabbing a
rebound and blocking a shot ... dished
out a career-high five assists to go along
with four points, three boards and a steal
against #14 DePaul Nov. 30 ... had three
assists and a career-high five rebounds
vs. Northern Michigan Dec. 11 ... had six
points, two steals, in addition to four
assists vs. Butler Dec. 31 ... dished out
four assists vs. Wright State Jan. 5 ... had
six points at Youngstown State Jan. 12,
scoring UWM’s first five points in the
game ... had three steals at Cleveland
State Jan. 14 ... tied then-career-highs
with six points and five rebounds vs.
Cleveland State Jan. 28 ... also dished
out three assists ... almost doubled her
career-high with 11 points vs. Detroit
Feb. 16 ... followed that up with 10 points
on 5-of-5 shooting against Youngstown
State Feb. 18 ... scored eight points at
Loyola Feb. 25, picking up three assists,
a block and steal.
2004-05 (REDSHIRT)
Redshirted the season with a knee injury
... maintained sophomore eligibility.
2003-04 (FRESHMAN)
Appeared in 15 games in a backup
PERSONAL
Full Name: Dana Louise Schultz
Nickname: Danadane, D-Love, D-Jazz
Place of Birth: Medford, Wis.
Born: Nov. 7, 1984
Parents: Doreen and Edwin Schultz
Siblings: Two brothers (Tony, Ben)
Why UWM? It made sense.
center role ... scored six points on the
year while grabbing 10 boards ... scored
two points and grabbed four boards in
win at Wright State on Jan. 22 ... handed
out a career-best four assists in a career-high 15 minutes in home win over
Youngstown State Jan. 31 ... went 2-for-2
at the free throw line with an assist in
Horizon League Tournament win over
UIC March 4.
FAVORITES
Road Trip: Seattle as a sophomore
Spot on Campus: The fountain
Book: “The Red Tent”
Class: Women’s Studies
Movie: “Crash”,“Good Will Hunting”
TV Show: “The Daily Show”
Motto/Quote: “Love your life.”
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points .............................11 vs. Detroit, 2/16
Rebounds .....................................5 - 2 times
Assists ............................5 vs. DePaul, 11/30
Steals .................3 @ Cleveland State, 1/14
Blocks .............................................1 - 3 times
CAREER HIGHS
NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL
Led Newman High School in Wausau,
Wis., to the semifinals of the Division III
Wisconsin State Tournament as a senior
... played for coach Tom Weinkut and led
Newman High in scoring and rebounding with 16.0 points and 8.2 rebounds
per game while shooting 61.2% from
the field ... three-time First-Team AllMarawood Conference member and
2002-03 League Player of the Year ...
Points ...................................................... Same
Rebounds .............................................. Same
Assists ..................................................... Same
Steals ....................................................... Same
Blocks ...................................................... Same
Fourth-Team member of the Associated
Press All-State team as a senior and a
Third-Team honoree as a junior ... played
for the North squad in the DIII Wisconsin
Basketball Coaches Association All-Star
Game ... AAU team was Hangtime.
DANA SCHULTZ career stats
YEAR
G-GS
2003-04 15-0
2005-06 27-26
Totals
42-26
24
FG-FGA
2-9
38-87
40-96
FG%
.222
.437
.417
3PT-ATT
0-1
0-1
0-2
3PT%
.000
.000
.000
FT-FTA
2-2
16-33
18-35
FT%
1.000
.485
.514
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
REB
10
61
71
RPG
0.7
2.3
1.7
AST
7
44
51
TO
11
44
55
ST
3
16
19
BL
0
4
4
PTS
6
92
98
PPG
0.4
3.4
2.3
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2006-07 Women’s Basketball Media Guide
PANTHER PROFILES
54 • Traci Edwards
2005-06 (FRESHMAN)
Named Horizon League Newcomer of
the Year, as well as to the All-League
First Team and All-Newcomer Team ...
two-time Horizon League Player of the
Week (Jan. 9, 30) ... became the fourth
Panther and first freshman to average a
double-double (16.1 ppg, 10.0 rpg) ... set
school freshman records with 500 points
and 311 rebounds, both team highs ...
rebound and shot block totals (49) are
second-best in school history ... shot a
school-record 59.9% from the field ...
started the last 30 games of the season
... named League Tournament MVP after
averaging 17.7 points, 8.0 rebounds, 6.0
assists and 2.0 blocks per game ... had
20 points, 12 rebounds, four blocks and
two steals in double-overtime win at
SEMO ... scored a team-high 21 points,
grabbed eight rebounds and blocked
three shots against #14 DePaul Nov. 30
... posted then-career-highs of 24 points
and 14 rebounds vs. Butler Dec. 31 ...
had 21 points and 11 boards vs. Wright
State ... scored 21 points and grabbed
13 boards at Youngstown State Jan. 12
... set a school record with 22 rebounds
at Wright State Jan. 26 ... also scored 21
points, blocked two shots, handed out
two assists and had two steals ... had
third-straight double-double at UWGreen Bay with 12 points and 10 boards
Feb. 4 ... also had five assists and three
blocks ... had a game-high 23 points to
go with nine rebounds at Butler Feb.
11 ... grabbed 21 rebounds to go with
12 points, two blocks, three assists and
two steals against UW-Green Bay Feb.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Traci Leigh Edwards
Place of Birth: Appleton, Wis.
Born: Sept. 1, 1987
Parents: Glennda and Gary Edwards
Siblings: Three brothers (Geoff, Travis,
Adam)
Why UWM? The teammates.
Pre-Game Ritual: I play Mario Kart
before every game with Kim and
Katie.
FAVORITES
Road Trip: Cleveland State
TV Show: “Hell’s Kitchen”
13 ... tallied a career-high 28 points and
grabbed 11 boards at Loyola Feb. 25 ...
also blocked three shots and tied a career-high with four steals ... had 23 points,
10 rebounds and a season-high five assists vs. Loyola in the league quarterfinals
March 2 ... scored 24 points, pulled down
eight boards, dished out seven assists,
had three blocks and two steals in the
league title game against UIC March 6.
MENASHA HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered four times at Menasha High
School for Jim Viotto and Gene Spindler
... Co-Player of the Year in the Fox Valley Association as a senior ... first-team
all-league selection in each of her last
three seasons ... all-state honorable
mention honoree as a junior and senior
... led the conference with 21.6 points,
12.2 rebounds and 3.3 blocks per game
her senior season ... as a junior, averaged
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points ...............................28 @ Loyola, 2/25
Rebounds ........... 22 @ Wright State, 1/26
Assists ........................................7 vs. UIC, 3/6
Steals ..............................................4 - 2 times
Blocks .............................................4 - 2 times
CAREER HIGHS
Points ...................................................... Same
Rebounds .............................................. Same
Assists ..................................................... Same
Steals ....................................................... Same
Blocks ...................................................... Same
over 20 points and almost 13 rebounds
... scored a school-record 1,172 points
in her career ... also lettered four times
in softball and three times in volleyball
... in softball was a four-time all-conference honoree, earning all-state honors
three times ... named to all-conference
teams twice in volleyball ... AAU team
was Viking Club.
TRACI EDWARDS career stats
YEAR
G-GS
FG-FGA FG%
2005-06 31-30 182-304 .599
Totals
31-30 182-304 .599
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3PT-ATT 3PT%
0-1
.000
0-1
.000
FT-FTA
FT%
136-218 .624
136-218 .624
REB
311
311
RPG
10.0
10.0
AST
80
80
TO
74
74
ST
45
45
BL
49
49
PTS
500
500
PPG
16.1
16.1
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Milwaukee Panthers
33 • Katie Fournier
PANTHER PROFILES
2005-06 (FRESHMAN)
Gave the Panthers depth in the post
... missed 10 games with a knee injury
suffered in practice, but still made 20 appearances ... established herself as a defensive presence off the bench ... finished
second on the team with 13 blocked
shots, including five in one game ... had
three points and three rebounds in
exhibition game vs. UW-Parkside Nov. 2
... scored four points and grabbed three
boards at Oklahoma Nov. 11 ... against
Oakland Nov. 18, grabbed seven rebounds, scored five points and had two
steals ... also blocked a shot ... had four
points, three boards and a steal at SEMO
Nov. 25 ... returned to the court from a
knee injury vs. Cleveland State Jan. 28,
grabbing a rebound in four minutes ...
tied a season-high with five points to go
with three rebounds, a steal and an assist against Loyola Feb. 9 ... grabbed five
boards and scored two points at Butler
Feb. 11 ... pulled down five rebounds,
scored two points and blocked a shot vs.
Detroit Feb. 16 ... blocked five shots, second-most in school history, and grabbed
six boards vs. Youngstown State Feb. 18
... grabbed five boards and blocked two
shots at UIC Feb. 23 ... scored a careerhigh six points against Loyola March 2
... added an assist, steal and block ... had
five rebounds, two assists and a block vs.
UIC March 6.
MOLINE HIGH SCHOOL
Played for Steve Ford and was a four-year
letterwinner for Moline High School ...
earned second-team Associated Press
All-State honors in Illinois following
her senior season ... second-leading
scorer and leading rebounder in the
Western Big Six Conference, averaging
13 points and nine boards ... averaged
14.1 points and 8.6 rebounds as a junior,
again leading the league in boards ...
two-time first-team all-league honoree
... fourth-team all-state performer as a
junior ... also the Quad City Times Player
of the Year in 2003-04 ... played AAU for
Illinois Hustle.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Katie Lynn Fournier
Place of Birth: Silvis, Ill.
Born: April 9, 1987
Parents: Kathy and Scott Fournier
Siblings: Two sisters (Courtney, Samantha), one brother (Matthew)
I wish I was better at: Not losing
things.
Why UWM? The girls on the team.
FAVORITES
Road Trip: Cleveland State/
Youngstown State
Food: Tacos
Book: “The DaVinci Code”
Movie: “The Sound of Music”
TV Show: “Grey’s Anatomy”
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points ...................................6 vs. Loyola, 3/2
Rebounds ...................7 vs. Oakland, 11/18
Assists ................................... 2 vs. Butler, 3/5
Steals .......................... 2 vs. Oakland, 11/18
Blocks .......... 5 vs. Youngstown State, 2/18
CAREER HIGHS
Points ...................................................... Same
Rebounds .............................................. Same
Assists ..................................................... Same
Steals ....................................................... Same
Blocks ...................................................... Same
KATIE FOURNIER career stats
YEAR
2005-06
Totals
26
G-GS
20-0
20-0
FG-FGA
16-46
16-46
FG%
.348
.348
3PT-ATT 3PT%
0-1
.000
0-1
.000
FT-FTA
9-18
9-18
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FT%
.500
.500
REB
55
55
RPG
2.8
2.8
AST
8
8
TO
15
15
ST
6
6
BL
13
13
PTS
41
41
PPG
2.1
2.1
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PANTHER PROFILES
21 • Emily Markert
2005-06 (FRESHMAN)
Provided UWM with an offensive spark
of the bench, appearing in every game
but two ... emerged as one of the team’s
most consistent three-point shooters,
hitting nine of her last 13 attempts of
the season ... her 41.2 percent threepoint percentage is second in school
history for a single season and a freshman record ... scored eight points and
had two rebounds at Iowa Nov. 20 ... had
five points against #14 DePaul Nov. 30,
hitting her only three-point attempt ...
scored five points, grabbed three boards
and had a pivotal steal at home against
SEMO Dec. 2 ... scored a career-high 15
points at Marquette Dec. 18 to lead the
Panthers, adding a then-career-high
four rebounds and two assists ... tallied
a career-high three assists at Detroit
Dec. 29 ... scored 10 points and grabbed
a career-best five boards vs. Wright State
Jan. 5 ... had eight points, all in the first
half, and finished with a block, steal and
two assists at Youngstown State Jan. 12
... hit three 3-pointers and finished with
nine points at Cleveland State Jan. 14 ...
blocked two shots and dished two assists
vs. UIC Jan. 21 ... scored 14 points and
tied a season-high with five rebounds at
Wright State Jan. 26 ... had seven points,
four rebounds and two assists vs. Detroit
Feb. 16 ... had two assists, a block and
hit a three against Youngstown State
Feb. 18 ... hit all three 3-point attempts
to finish with nine points at UIC Feb. 23
... made two more three’s at Loyola Feb.
25 for six points to go with two assists ...
scored six points on a pair of three’s vs.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Emily Anne Markert
Nickname: Em
Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wis.
Born: March 19, 1987
Parents: Kim and Steve Markert
Siblings: One brother (Brad)
Why UWM? Close to home and had
my major to study.
UIC March 6 in the league title game ...
also had three boards, two assists and
a block.
BROOKFIELD EAST HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered three seasons for coach Lindy
Kemp at Brookfield East High School
... as a senior was named the Greater
Metro Conference Player of the Year ...
added second-team all-state, first-team
all-suburban and first-team all-league
honors ... averaged 17.6 ppg and 6.6 rpg
... during her junior year, she helped lead
Brookfield East to the semifinals of the
WIAA Division I state championship ...
averaged 13.7 points per game and 4.6
rebounds per contest that year ... named
first-team all-conference and third-team
all-state selection that year ... also earned
all-league honorable mention honors as
a sophomore ... played AAU basketball
for Wisconsin Fastbreak AAU.
FAVORITES
Spot On Campus: My dorm room
Class: Body Sense
Food: Taco Bell Quesadillas
Movie: “The 40-Year Old Virgin”
TV Show: “Made”
Motto or Quote: “Every morning a gazelle wakes up and it knows it must
run faster than the fastest lion or be
eaten. Every morning, a lion wakes
up and knows it must run faster
than the slowest gazelle or starve.
The point is that it doesn’t matter if
your a lion or gazelle, when the sun
comes up you better be running.”
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points .....................15 @ Marquette, 12/18
Rebounds .....................................5 - 2 times
Assists ......................................... 2 - 11 times
Steals ...............................3 @ Detroit, 12/29
Blocks ...................................... 2 vs. UIC, 1/21
CAREER HIGHS
Points ...................................................... Same
Rebounds .............................................. Same
Assists ..................................................... Same
Steals ....................................................... Same
Blocks ...................................................... Same
EMILY MARKERT career stats
YEAR
2005-06
Totals
G-GS
29-0
29-0
FG-FGA
46-111
46-111
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FG%
.414
.414
3PT-ATT 3PT%
21-51 .412
21-51 .412
FT-FTA
14-23
14-23
FT%
.609
.609
REB
53
53
RPG
1.8
1.8
AST
37
37
TO
48
48
ST
9
9
BL
7
7
PTS
127
127
PPG
4.4
4.4
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 27
Milwaukee Panthers
4 • Turquoise McCain
PANTHER PROFILES
2005-06 (FRESHMAN)
Made three starts as a true freshman, appearing in 27 games on the year ... added
a defensive presence for the Panthers in
close games ... first freshman in team’s
Division I history to lead the team in
scoring in its season opener, scoring 14
points at Oklahoma Nov. 11 ... scored her
team-high points on 5-of-6 shooting ...
added three rebounds, two blocks and
two steals ... scored eight points in her
first collegiate start vs. Oakland Nov. 18
... tallied nine points at Marquette Dec.
18, grabbing two boards and a steal ...
provided a spark off the bench vs. Butler
Dec. 31, grabbing two steals and scoring
seven points ... had a key steal with two
seconds remaining to preserve the win
vs. UIC Jan. 21 ... scored four points to go
with four rebounds at home vs. Detroit
Feb. 16.
1 State Tournament ... earned All-State
and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel All-Area
honorable mention honors ... earned allleague honors for two-straight seasons ...
as a senior, led Riverside to its first conference title in over 20 years ... posted averages of almost 13 points, nine rebounds,
four assists and over two steals per game
as a senior ... as a sophomore was a second-team all-conference honoree ... AAU
team was DTA Wisconsin.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Turquoise Sheree McCain
Nickname: Turq
Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wis.
Born: May 31, 1987
Parents: Kendra Lynn Carter and Roy
McCain
Siblings: One sister (Vercedes)
Why UWM? Close to home.
FAVORITES
Food: Banana Pudding
Book: “Tears of a Tiger”
Movie: “Set It Off”
TV Show: “Girlfriends”
Motto or Quote: “Take no prisoners.”
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points .....................14 @ Oklahoma, 11/11
Rebounds ....................... 4 vs. Detroit, 2/16
Assists ............................................1 - 3 times
Steals ..............................................2 - 2 times
Blocks ....................... 2 @ Oklahoma, 11/11
CAREER HIGHS
Points ...................................................... Same
Rebounds .............................................. Same
Assists ..................................................... Same
Steals ....................................................... Same
Blocks ...................................................... Same
RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL
At Riverside High School was a four-year
letterwinner for head coach Serena
Fayne ... helped the Tigers to the Division
TURQUOISE McCAIN career stats
YEAR
2005-06
Totals
G-GS
27-3
27-3
FG-FGA
20-52
20-52
FG%
.385
.385
3PT-ATT 3PT%
3-11 .273
3-11 .273
FT-FTA
23-38
23-38
FT%
.605
.605
REB
23
23
RPG
0.9
0.9
AST
6
6
TO
36
36
ST
10
10
BL
2
2
PTS
66
66
PPG
2.4
2.4
ROSTER BY STATE
WISCONSIN (13)
Brown (Janesville)
Calloway (East Troy)
CRUMBLE (MILWAUKEE)
Edwards (Manasha)
E. HAMPTON (MILWAUKEE)
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Kusilek (Glenwood City)
Markert (Brookfield)
McCAIN (MILWAUKEE)
Onson (Oshkosh)
Rogers (Madison)
Rote (Delafield)
Schultz (Athens)
Wypiszynski (Ashwaubenon)
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Johnson (Prophetstown)
Russell (South Holland)
ILLINOIS (4)
OHIO (1)
Fournier (Moline)
A. Hampton (Oak Park)
McClain (Warrensville)
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PANTHER PROFILES
12 • Kim Wypiszynski
2005-06 (FRESHMAN)
Appeared in 23 games on the year,
starting five times ... entered the starting lineup following an injury to Dana
Schultz prior to the league tournament
... brought size and athleticism to Panther
lineup at the power forward position ...
averaged 9.7 points, 5.7 rebounds and
1.3 blocks in 23 minutes per game in
the league tournament ... ended the year
with a streak of 13-straight free throws
made ... converted 5-of-7 free throws and
3-of-5 from the field on her way to 11
points vs. Oakland Nov. 18 ... had seasonhighs of four rebounds and two assists
in addition to four points vs. Northern
Michigan Dec. 11 ... missed three games
with mononucleosis ... returned to the
court with a career-best nine boards to
go with six points vs. Wright State Jan. 5
... grabbed four boards at Cleveland State
Jan. 14 ... had six points on 3-of-4 shooting and six rebounds vs. UIC Jan. 21 ... hit
both field goal attempts vs. Loyola Feb.
9 to finish with four points ... made first
collegiate start at Butler Feb. 11, scoring
two points and dishing out a careerhigh three assists ... scored six points to
go with three rebounds against Detroit
Feb. 16 ... was 4-for-4 from the free throw
line in that game ... scored 10 points in
second career start, adding first two collegiate blocks, vs. Loyola in league quarterfinals March 2 ... added five boards,
all offensive ... tied her career-high with
11 points and grabbed six rebounds
and dished out two assists vs. Butler in
the league semifinals March 4 ... in the
league title game vs. UIC March 6, scored
PERSONAL
Full Name: Kimberly Julie Wypiszynski
Nickname: Kim, Kimmy, Whipp
Place of Birth: Green Bay, Wis.
Born: May 15, 1987
Parents: Jean and Rick Wypiszynski
Siblings: One brother (Jordan), one
sister (Lauren)
Why UWM? Great teammates.
I wish I was better at: Singing.
eight points, had six rebounds and
blocked two shots in a career-high 29
minutes.
ASHWAUBENON HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered three seasons at Ashwaubenon
High School for head coach Kerry Janquart ... as a senior averaged nearly 14
points and nine rebounds per game for
a talented Ashwaubenon squad that was
rated in the top 10 in the state throughout the season ... played in the WBCA
All-Star game ... earned all-league and
all-area recognition in each of the last
two seasons ... as a junior, averaged 13.7
points and 5.8 rebounds while helping
AHS to the state tournament ... named
second-team all-conference as a sophomore ... also lettered four years in track
as a high jumper ... earned all-conference
honors in the high jump as a freshman ...
AAU team was Flynn Chiropractic.
FAVORITES
Road Trip: Cleveland State
Spot On Campus: Traci’s and my
dorm room
Food: Spaghetti
Book: “The Lion, the Witch and the
Wardrobe”
Movie: “Wedding Crashers”
TV Show: “Friends”
Motto or Quote: “Have fun and play
hard.”
2005-06 SEASON HIGHS
Points ..................................... 11 - two times
Rebounds ............... 9 vs. Wright State, 1/5
Assists ..................................3 @ Butler, 2/11
Steals ........................................ 1 - five times
Blocks ........................................2 - two times
CAREER HIGHS
Points ...................................................... Same
Rebounds .............................................. Same
Assists ..................................................... Same
Steals ....................................................... Same
Blocks ...................................................... Same
KIM WYPISZYNSKI career stats
YEAR
2005-06
Totals
G-GS
23-5
23-5
FG-FGA
29-60
29-60
FG%
.483
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3PT-ATT 3PT%
0-1
.000
0-1
.000
FT-FTA
18-23
18-23
FT%
.783
.783
REB
52
52
RPG
2.3
2.3
AST
13
13
TO
27
27
ST
5
5
BL
4
4
PTS
76
76
PPG
3.3
3.3
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Newcomers
PANTHER PROFILES
COACH BOTHAM ON BROWN
“You can’t teach size and at 6-5, Jess will give us added size
in the post. She was a late-bloomer and really broke out last
summer with her AAU team. She has a desire to compete at
the highest level and is a great addition to our program.”
BEFORE UWM
Initially signed a National Letter of Intent to play at Minnesota,
Crookston ... joined the team as a walk-on.
CRAIG HIGH SCHOOL
Was a three-year letterwinner at Janesville Craig High School
for coach Mark Marsden ... named most improved as a junior
... also lettered twice in track and field as a thrower ... played
club basketball for the Wisconsin Viking club.
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COACH BOTHAM ON CALLOWAY
“Angel is a diamond in the rough. She’s a long, lean athlete
who has battled back from a serious injury, so we know she is
a fighter. She has great leaping abilities and will not only be
able to score for us, but be a tremendous defensive presence
with her length. Because she was out of the game for two years,
she has untapped potential.”
EAST TROY/DIVINE SAVIOR HOLY ANGEL HIGH SCHOOL
Battled injury to letter twice—at East Troy High School as a
freshman and Divine Savior Holy Angels as a senior ... debuted
in late December of her senior year and averaged 5.1 points
per game ... earned all-league honorable mention honors ...
as a freshman, averaged 12.9 points per game on her way to
all-league second-team honors at East Troy.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Jessica Christina Brown
Nickname: Tall Girl
Place of Birth: Beloit, Wis.
Born: Oct. 19, 1987
Parents: Mary Ann and Thomas Brown
Siblings: One sister (Elizabeth)
Major: Undecided
I wish I was better at: Spelling.
Few people know that: I was six foot in fifth grade.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Angel Marie Calloway
Nickname: Ace, AC
Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wis.
Born: Dec. 27, 1987
Parents: Jill Hanson and Roney T. Calloway
Siblings: Three brothers (Adam, Jordan, Roland)
Major: Psychology
Why UWM? Not too far from home and I thought it was
a good fit for me.
Few people know that: I’m left-handed.
FAVORITES
Road Trip: New Orleans for Junior Olympics
Food: Steak
Book: The Harry Potter series
Movie: “Old School”
TV Show: “That 70’s Show”
Motto or Quote: “Trick.” (Emily Markert)
FAVORITES
Road Trip: Marco Island, Fla.
Food: BBQ chicken pizza from the Oakland Trattoria or
my grandma’s cooking
Class: Educational Psychology
Book: “The Foot Book”
Movie: “The Long Kiss Goodnight”
TV Show: I don’t watch T.V.
Motto or Quote: Everything happens for a reason.
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Newcomers
2005-06 (REDSHIRT)
Redshirted the 2005-06 season and maintained sophomore
eligibility after transferring from Jackson State between
semesters ... will be eligible to play for the Panthers after the
first semester.
2004-05 (JACKSON STATE)
Attended Jackson State as a freshman ... started 20-of-26
games played ... in over 27 minutes per game, she averaged
6.4 points, 2.9 assists and 2.1 rebounds.
VINCENT HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered all four years at Vincent High School ... was a McDonald’s All-America nominee ... also earned all-state and all-area
honors ... added three all-conference second team awards ...
was named team’s rookie of the year as a freshman ... later
earned MVP award.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Patricia Jody Crumble
Nickname: Jody
Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wis.
Born: Nov. 22, 1984
Parents: Diahann Crumble
Siblings: One brothers (Murrell), one sister (Serenity)
Major: Theatre
Why UWM? It’s home.
FAVORITES
Spot on Campus: Coach Roux’s office
Food: Pizza
Book: “APF Sisters”
Movie: “What’s Love Got To Do With It”
TV Show: “Girlfriends”
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COACH BOTHAM ON McCLAIN
“Jodie is a taller, stronger guard with great fundamentals and
skills at her position. She has great court vision and can get
the ball to her teammates to make them successful. Her size
and strength will be an asset for us against some of the bigger teams we play. She also has a lot of energy and is a great
communicator. She will be able to lead this team by not just
her actions, but with her voice.”
WESTERVILLE SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
Surpassed the 1,000-point mark in four years at Westerville
South High School ... as a senior, averaged 17.1 points, 8.3
rebounds, 6.7 assists and 4.6 steals per game on her way to
District Player of the Year and all-state division 1 second-team
honors ... was named OCC Player of the Year as a junior, when
she averaged 17.0 points per game, before again earning the
honor after her senior campaign ... led South to three-straight
Ohio Capital Conference Championships.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Jodie Lynette McClain
Nickname: Jodie Mac, J-Mac
Place of Birth: Columbus, Ohio
Born: Dec. 7, 1987
Parents: Debra and Jack McClain
Siblings: One brothers (Eric) and two sisters (Jerrica,
Cori)
Major: Accounting
Why UWM? On my visit the coaches and the girls made
me feel really welcome.
Few people know that: I hate chocolate.
FAVORITES
Spot on Campus: The fountain near the library
Food: Lasagna
Class: Anthropology
Book: “A Child Called It”
Movie: “Grandma’s Boy”
TV Show: “Flavor of Love”
Motto or Quote: “A set back is a setup for a comeback.”
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Newcomers/Walk-Ons
PANTHER PROFILES
COACH BOTHAM ON RUSSELL
“We’re thrilled to be add Danae to our team this year. She
will a dangerous offensive threat for us. She can slash to the
basket and has good range. She is also a tenacious defender.
She adds athleticism to our team as a freshman and will be a
solid three-guard for us.”
THORNWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year starter at Thornwood High School for Kevin Connor
... topped 1,000 points for her career, finishing with 1,014 ...
named to the all-area second team as a senior ... earned honorable mention all-state honors while averaging 13 points, five
rebounds and four assists per game as a junior ... finished her
career with three-straight all-conference awards ... one of three
players to sign NLI’s from Thornwood last season.
PERSONAL
Full Name: Danae Michelle Russell
Nickname: Nae-Nae, Tootie
Place of Birth: Chicago, Ill.
Born: Oct. 16, 1987
Parents: Donata and Daryl Russell
Siblings: One sister (Deshawna)
Major: Kinesiology
I wish I was better at: Time management.
Why UWM? The girls, coaching staff and distance from
home.
Few people know that: I used to be a very good soccer
player.
FAVORITES
Food: My mom’s fried chicken
Class: Educational Psychology
Book: The Bible
Movie: “Friday”,“Love and Basketball”,“4 Brothers”
TV Show: “First 48”
Motto or Quote: “Live everyday like it’s your last.”
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2006-07
Made the team as a walk-on following an open tryout ... attended the University of Wisconsin last year, but did not play
basketball.
WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year letterwinner at Washington High School in Milwaukee ... earned all-conference honors ... had a triple-double of
26 points, 12 rebounds and 11 steals as a senior against Rufus
King High School.
PERSONAL
Born Nov. 29, 1986 ... daughter of Deborah and Willie Hampton
... will double major in pre-law and psychology ... cousin of Teri
Huff, a four-year letterwinner from 2001-05.
2006-07
Made the team as a walk-on following an open tryout.
GLENWOOD CITY HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered three times at Glenwood City High School ... named to
the all-conference first team twice and the second team once
... served as team captain as a senior ... was also named team
MVP that year ... played in the WBCA Division 3 All-Star Game
... lettered three times in volleyball and three times in track ...
two-time all-conference performer in volleyball and once in
track ... placed third at state in 100m hurdles as a junior.
PERSONAL
Born Nov. 3, 1987 in Stillwater, Minn. ... daughter of Susan and
Dan Kusilek ... will major in pediatric nursing.
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2006-07 OPPONENTS
2006-07 OPPONENTS
Milwaukee and UW-Green Bay face off
Jan. 13 in Green Bay and Feb. 10 at the Klotsche Center
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Non-League Opponents
2006-07 OPPONENTS
2006-07 SCHEDULE
University of South Florida
BULLS
FRIDAY, NOV. 10 • 7 P.M.
TAMPA, FLA.
Location ......................................Tampa, Fla.
Colors ..................................... Green & Gold
Enrollment.........................................41,392
Founded ................................................ 1957
Conference ......................................Big East
Arena............................................ Sun Dome
Capacity ..............................................10,411
President .........................Judy L. Genshaft
Athletics Director ........... Doug Woolard
Athletics Phone .............. (813) 974-2125
Ticket Phone .................... (813) 974-3002
Head Coach ..................... Jose Fernandez
Alma Mater/Year ........ Florida Int’l/1994
Record at School ............... 79-95/6 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ................ Jeff Osterman
Assistant Coach ................. Shalon Pillow
Assistant Coach ................ Jaida Williams
WBB Contact .....................Michael Logan
SID Phone ......................... (813) 974-4092
SID Email ........ [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (813) 974-5328
Press Row Phone ........... (813) 974-3752
Website ........................... GoUSFBulls.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................19-12
2005-06 League Record ......... 9-7/t-6th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................4/1
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........7/3
Series Record.......................First Meeting
Last Meeting ...........................................N/A
Top Returners
Jessica Dickson (Sr., F) 22.0 ppg, 5.8 rpg
Nalini Miller (Sr., C) 9.4 ppg, 7.0 rpg
Shantia Grace (So., G) 10.4 ppg, 5.0 apg
HURRICANES
MONDAY, NOV. 13 • 7 P.M.
CORAL GABLES, FLA.
Head Coach ..............................Katie Meier
Alma Mater/Year .................... Duke/1990
Record at School ................. 17-13/1 year
Career Record .................... 93-58/5 years
Assistant Coach ....................... Tombi Bell
Assistant Coach ................. Darrick Gibbs
Assistant Coach .............Angie Hembree
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* League games
2006-07 SCHEDULE
University of Miami
Location .......................... Coral Gables, Fla.
Colors ...................Orange, Green & White
Enrollment.........................................15,250
Founded ................................................ 1926
Conference ..........................Atlantic Coast
Arena........................... BankUnited Center
Capacity ................................................ 7,000
President .................. Dr. Donna E. Shalala
Athletics Director .......................Paul Dee
Athletics Phone .............. (305) 284-2689
Ticket Phone ................. (800) GO-CANES
Nov. 10 ......................................... Milwaukee
Nov. 18 ...................................Texas Southern
Nov. 19 ..............................Georgia Southern
Nov. 21 .................................................. Stetson
Nov. 25 .................................... St. Francis (NY)
Nov. 26 ................ UMass/Stephen F. Austin
Nov. 30 .........................Florida International
Dec. [email protected] Michigan State
Dec. [email protected] Villanova*
Dec. 17 .............................................Vanderbilt
Dec. 20 ..........................................Jacksonville
Dec. 28 ... vs. Vermont (Philadelphia, Penn.)
Dec. 29 ......... vs. St. Joseph’s/Northeastern
........................................(Philadelphia, Penn.)
Jan. 3..............................................................LSU
Jan. 6............................................... Cincinnati*
Jan. [email protected] Rutgers*
Jan. 13 ........................................ Notre Dame*
Jan. 16 ..............................................Louisville*
Jan. 20 [email protected] Pittsburgh*
Jan. 27 .......................................... @ Syracuse*
Jan. 30 ....................................... Georgetown*
Feb. 3 .................................................St. John’s*
Feb. 6 [email protected] DePaul*
Feb. 10 ............................................Pittsburgh*
Feb. 13 [email protected] Providence*
Feb. 17 .................................. @ West Virginia*
Feb. 20 ........................................ Connecticut*
Feb. 24 [email protected] Marquette*
Feb. 26 ............................................ Seton Hall*
WBB Contact .........................Scott Moody
SID Phone ......................... (305) 284-3244
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (305) 284-2807
Press Row Phone ........... (305) 284-2111
Website ..................HurricaneSports.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................17-13
2005-06 League Record ......... 6-8/t-6th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................3/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........7/3
Series Record.......................First Meeting
Last Meeting ...........................................N/A
Top Returners
Renee Taylor (Sr., G) 15.6 ppg, 3.8 apg
Brittany Denson (So., C) 5.7 ppg, 5.3 rpg
Lamese James (Jr., G/F) 4.6 ppg, 3.9 rpg
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Nov. 10 ...................................... Georgia State
Nov. 13 ......................................... Milwaukee
Nov. 15 [email protected] Santa Clara
Nov. 17 [email protected] Saint Mary’s
Nov. 19 [email protected] San Francisco
Nov. 24 ...................................... Nicholls State
Nov. 25 ........................Indiana/Wright State
Dec. 1..........................................Jackson State
Dec. 3............................................. @ Michigan
Dec. 5....................... @ Florida International
Dec. 16 ........................................... Texas State
Dec. 19 [email protected] Houston
Dec. 21 ....................................... @ Mississippi
Dec. 28 ........................................Coppin State
Dec. 29 ..................Auburn/James Madison
Jan. 3.................................................... @ Duke*
Jan. [email protected] Florida State*
Jan. 10 ..............................................Maryland*
Jan. 15 [email protected] Georgia Tech*
Jan. 18 .................................. Boston College*
Jan. 25 [email protected] Virginia Tech*
Jan. 28 ...............................................Clemson*
Feb. 1 ..........................................Florida State*
Feb. 4 [email protected] Virginia*
Feb. 8 .......................................... Wake Forest*
Feb. 11 [email protected] Boston College*
Feb. 15 .......................................Georgia Tech*
Feb. 18 [email protected] North Carolina*
Feb. 24 .......................North Carolina State *
* League games
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2006-07 OPPONENTS
BULLDOGS
FRIDAY, NOV. 17 • 7 P.M.
DES MOINES, IOWA
Location .........................Des Moines, Iowa
Colors .......................................Blue & White
Enrollment........................................... 5,221
Founded ................................................ 1881
Conference ........................Missouri Valley
Arena......................................Knapp Center
Capacity ................................................ 7,002
President ......................Dr. David Maxwell
Athletics Director..........Sandy Hatfield Clubb
Athletics Phone .............. (515) 271-2889
Ticket Phone .................... (515) 271-3791
Head Coach ....................... Amy Stephens
Alma Mater/Year ............Nebraska/1991
Record at School ............... 47-42/3 years
Career Record ............... 244-85/12 years
Assistant Coach ............ Dr. Micah Parker
Assistant Coach ................. Emilee Gusso
Assistant Coach ........................ Todd Voss
WBB Contact ....................... Sean Palchick
SID Phone ......................... (515) 271-4147
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (515) 271-3015
Press Row Phone ........... (515) 271-4884
Website ....................... DrakeBulldogs.org
2005-06 Overall Record ................17-12
2005-06 League Record .........13-5/2nd
Starters Returning/Lost .....................3/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........8/4
Series Record.................. Drake leads 2-0
Last Meeting .........DU, 75-53 (12/20/98)
Top Returners
Jill Martin (Sr., F) 16.4 ppg, 9.1 rpg
Brandy Dahir (Jr., F) 10.4 ppg, 4.0 rpg
Lindsay Whorton (Jr., G) 10.0 ppg, 3.6 rpg
BLUE DEVILS
SUNDAY, NOV. 19 • 1 P.M.
KLOTSCHE CENTER
Head Coach ...........................Yvette Harris
Alma Mater/Year .................Detroit/1982
Record at School ............... 30-82/4 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ......................Dena Head
Assistant Coach ........................Jeff Laboe
Assistant Coach .................. Yolanda Cole
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* League Games
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Central Connecticut State University
Location .......................New Britain, Conn.
Colors .......................................Blue & White
Enrollment.........................................12,000
Founded ................................................ 1849
Conference ................................. Northeast
Arena..........................Detrick Gymnasium
Capacity ................................................ 2,654
President ........................Dr. John W. Miller
Athletics Director .............Charles Jones
Athletics Phone ..............(840) 832-BLUE
Ticket Phone .................... (840) 832-3040
Nov. 12 ................................... Western Illinois
Nov. 17 ......................................... Milwaukee
Nov. 19 .............................Cal-State Fullerton
Nov. 23 ....vs. Richmond (Cancun, Mexico)
Nov. 24 ........vs. Marshall (Cancun, Mexico)
Dec. 5........................................... @ Iowa State
Dec. 10 [email protected] UC Riverside
Dec. 14 .................................................. Oregon
Dec. 17 .......................................Oregon State
Dec. 22 ........................................................Iowa
Dec. 29 [email protected] Indiana State
Dec. 31 [email protected] Illinois State
Jan. 6........................................ Northern Iowa
Jan. 8.......................................................Bradley
Jan. 14 [email protected] Creighton
Jan. 18 .......................................... @ Evansville
Jan. 20 ............................. @ Southern Illinois
Jan. 25 ........................................ Wichita State
Jan. 27 ...................................... Missouri State
Feb. 1 [email protected] Northern Iowa
Feb. 3 [email protected] Bradley
Feb. 9 ................................................ Creighton
Feb. 16 ..................................Southern Illinois
Feb. 18 ...............................................Evansville
Feb. 23 [email protected] Wichita State
Feb. 25 [email protected] Missouri State
March 1 ....................................... Illinois State
March 3 ..................................... Indiana State
Non-League Opponents
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Drake University
WBB Contact .........................Jason Stronz
SID Phone ......................... (840) 832-3057
SID Email ................ [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (840) 832-3084
Press Row Phone ........... (840) 832-3099
Website ...................CCSUBlueDevils.com
2005-06 Overall Record .................. 9-20
2005-06 League Record .......6-12/t-7th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................4/1
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........7/2
Series Record.......................First Meeting
Last Meeting ...........................................N/A
Top Returners
Gabriella Guegbelet (Sr., F) 17.8 ppg, 10.9 rpg
Jamilah Corbitt (Jr., G) 7.0 ppg, 1.9 apg
Jhaney Harris (So., G) 5.2 ppg, 1.4 apg
Nov. 10 .................Virginia Commonwealth
Nov. 17 [email protected] Wisconsin
Nov. 19 [email protected] Milwaukee
Nov. 24 .. vs. Boston College (Kingston, RI)
Nov. 25 .............................. TBA (Kingston, RI)
Dec. 2.....................................New Hampshire
Dec. 6................................................. @ Hofstra
Dec. 9........................................... Long Island*
Dec. 15 ......................................... Stony Brook
Dec. 23 .................... @ Florida International
Dec. 31 .................................................. @ Army
Jan. 3.................................................. Columbia
Jan. 6................................... @ Robert Morris*
Jan. [email protected] St. Francis (PA)*
Jan. 10 .................................................Wagner*
Jan. 15 [email protected] Mount St. Mary’s*
Jan. 20 ..........................................Monmouth*
Jan. 22 .......................... Fairleigh Dickinson*
Jan. 24 ...................................... @ Quinnipiac*
Jan. 27 .......................................Sacred Heart*
Jan. 29 [email protected] St. Francis (NY)*
Feb. 3 .................................... @ Sacred Heart*
Feb. 5 ..................................Mount St. Mary’s*
Feb. 10 ...........................................Quinnipiac*
Feb. 12 [email protected] Long Island*
Feb. 17 [email protected] Fairleigh Dickinson*
Feb. 19 ..................................... @ Monmouth*
Feb. 24 ..................................... Robert Morris*
Feb. 27 ................................... St. Francis (NY)*
* League games
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Non-League Opponents
2006-07 OPPONENTS
2006-07 SCHEDULE
University of Wisconsin
BADGERS
MONDAY, NOV. 20 • 7 P.M.
MADISON, WIS.
Location .................................Madison, Wis.
Colors ...............................Cardinal & White
Enrollment.........................................41,169
Founded ................................................ 1848
Conference .......................................Big Ten
Arena..........................................Kohl Center
Capacity ..............................................17,142
President ....................................John Wiley
Athletics Director .............. Barry Alvarez
Athletics Phone .............. (608) 262-1866
Ticket Phone .................... (608) 262-1440
Head Coach ................................Lisa Stone
Alma Mater/Year ..................... Iowa/1984
Record at School ............... 33-51/3 years
Career Record .............408-169/21 years
Assistant Coach ................Donna Freitag
Assistant Coach ............Tasha McDowell
Assistant Coach ........... Ty Margenthaler
WBB Contact ............................ Tam Flarup
SID Phone ......................... (608) 263-5502
SID Email .............. [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (608) 262-8184
Press Row Phone ........... (608) 265-4333
Website ...........................UWBadgers.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................11-18
2005-06 League Record ..........5-11/9th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................3/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........5/7
Series Record.....................UW leads 16-3
Last Meeting ...........UW, 72-57 (12/7/06)
Top Returners
Jolene Anderson (Jr., G) 17.3 ppg, 7.0 rpg
Janese Banks (Jr., G) 12.8 ppg, 4.4 apg
Danielle Ward (Jr., F) 10.2 ppg, 5.7 rpg
SPARTANS
— SMU TOURNAMENT —
FRIDAY, NOV. 24 • 5 P.M. • DALLAS, TEXAS
Head Coach ........................Janice Richard
Alma Mater/Year...Louisiana College/1986
Record at School .............93-106/7 years
Career Record .............252-143/13 years
Interim Head Coach* ...Greg Lockridge
Assistant Coach .................Alpha English
Assistant Coach ...............Abby Vaughan
* Richard on medical leave of absence
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* League games
2006-07 SCHEDULE
San Jose State University
Location ............................... San Jose, Calif.
Colors ............................Gold, White & Blue
Enrollment.........................................30,068
Founded ................................................ 1857
Conference .................... Western Athletic
Arena............................... The Event Center
Capacity ................................................ 5,000
President ...........................Don W. Kassing
Athletics Director ......... Thomas Bowen
Athletics Phone .............. (408) 924-1200
Ticket Phone .....................(408) 924-SJTX
Nov. 10 ........................................... @ Air Force
Nov. 14 ............................. Western Michigan
Nov. 17 .............. Central Connecticut State
Nov. 20 ......................................... Milwaukee
Nov. 24 ........................ TBA (Las Vegas, Nev.)
Nov. 25 ........................ TBA (Las Vegas, Nev.)
Nov. 28 ................................... @ UC-Riverside
Dec. 1........................... Southern Mississippi
Dec. 3.......................................................Kansas
Dec. 7..............................................................UIC
Dec. 10 ....................................................Albany
Dec. 13 [email protected] UW-Green Bay
Dec. 15 ..................................................Harvard
Dec. 28 ....................................Northwestern*
Dec. 31 [email protected] Michigan State*
Jan. [email protected] Minnesota*
Jan. 11 ......................................... @ Michigan*
Jan. 14 ....................................................Illinois*
Jan. 18 ............................................Ohio State*
Jan. 21 ................................ @ Northwestern*
Jan. 25 ..............................................Michigan*
Jan. 28 ........................................... Minnesota*
Feb. 1 [email protected] Indiana*
Feb. 4 [email protected] Penn State*
Feb. 8 ....................................................Indiana*
Feb. 11 .......................................................Iowa*
Feb. 15 [email protected] Ohio State*
Feb. 18 .................................................. Purdue*
Feb. 25 .................................................. @ Iowa*
WBB Contact .......................... Kirk Mueller
SID Phone ......................... (408) 924-1208
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (408) 924-1291
Press Row Phone ........... (408) 924-6470
Website ....................... SJSUSpartans.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................13-15
2005-06 League Record ......... 8-8/t-4th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................2/3
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........6/5
Series Record.......................First Meeting
Last Meeting ...........................................N/A
Top Returners
Amber Jackson (Jr., C/F) 17.6 ppg, 9.8 rpg
Brittany Imaku (Sr., G) 5.7 ppg, 4.2 apg
Amber Hall (Sr., C) 2.4 ppg, 2.5 rpg
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Nov. 11 .............................Cal State Fullerton
Nov. 17 .........................Cal State Northridge
Nov. 20 ............................................. @ Cal Poly
Nov. 24 ....vs. Milwaukee (Dallas, Texas)
Nov. 25 ..... vs. Bradley/SMU (Dallas, Texas)
Nov. 29 ..........................................................USF
Dec. 2 ...vs. Arkansas State (Berkeley, Calif.)
Dec. 3.......vs. Cal/Harvard (Berkeley, Calif.)
Dec. 5................................. Washington State
Dec. 9.................................. @ Colorado State
Dec. 18 [email protected] North Dakota State
Dec. 20 ...................... @ South Dakota State
Dec. 27 ................................................ @ Pacific
Dec. 30 ........................................... Santa Clara
Jan. 4...................................... Louisiana Tech*
Jan. 6................................New Mexico State*
Jan. 11 ................................... @ Fresno State*
Jan. 13 [email protected] Nevada*
Jan. 18 ........................................Fresno State*
Jan. 20 [email protected] Utah State*
Jan. 25 ..................................................Hawai’i*
Jan. 27 ........................ @ New Mexico State*
Feb. 1 ....................................................... Idaho*
Feb. 3 ..............................................Utah State*
Feb. 8 [email protected] Louisiana Tech*
Feb. 10 [email protected] Boise State*
Feb. 17 ................................................. Nevada*
Feb. 22 ...........................................Boise State*
Feb. 24 ............................................. @ Hawai’i*
March 3 ............................................ @ Idaho *
* League games
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BRAVES
— POTENTIAL OPPONENT/SMU CLASSIC —
SATURDAY, NOV. 25 • 5/7 P.M. • DALLAS, TEXAS
Location .........................................Peoria, Ill.
Colors ........................................Red & White
Enrollment........................................... 5,154
Founded ................................................ 1897
Conference ........................Missouri Valley
Arena....................Robertson Field House
Capacity ................................................ 5,000
President .......................... Dr. David Broski
Athletics Director .........Ken Kavanaugh
Athletics Phone .............. (309) 677-2666
Ticket Phone .................... (309) 677-2625
Head Coach ........................ Paula Buscher
Alma Mater/Year .. Missouri State/1986
Record at School ............... 72-75/6 years
Career Record ............... 115-133/9 years
Assistant Coach .......................Jen Garber
Assistant Coach .......................Marc Lowe
Assistant Coach .................. Kari Kerkhoff
WBB Contact ...................................Jim Rea
SID Phone ......................... (309) 677-3869
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (309) 677-2626
Press Row Phone ........... (309) 677-2635
Website ................................BUBraves.com
2005-06 Overall Record .................. 9-19
2005-06 League Record ..........5-13/9th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................3/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........6/6
Series Record................... UWM leads 1-0
Last Meeting ......... UWM, 77-75 (1/7/83)
Top Returners
Devy Flanagan (Jr., G) 11.2 ppg, 4.7 rpg
Amy Peters (Sr., F) 10.5 ppg, 4.9 rpg
Jen Brown (Sr., G) 7.5 ppg, 3.2 apg
MUSTANGS
— POTENTIAL OPPONENT/SMU CLASSIC —
SATURDAY, NOV. 25 • 5/7 P.M. • DALLAS, TEXAS
Head Coach ................. Rhonda Rompola
Alma Mater/Year ..................... SMU/1983
Record at School ........270-176/15 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Associate Head Coach ............. Lisa Dark
Assistant Coach ...............Deneen Parker
Assistant Coach .......................Karen Blair
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League games
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Southern Methodist University
Location ...................................Dallas, Texas
Colors ...........................................Red & Blue
Enrollment.........................................10,901
Founded ................................................ 1911
Conference ........................Missouri Valley
Arena............................... Moody Coliseum
Capacity ................................................ 8,988
President ..........................R. Gerald Turner
Athletics Director ................ Steve Orsini
Athletics Phone .............. (214) 768-4231
Ticket Phone ................(214) SMU-GAME
Nov. 11 ......................................Chicago State
Nov. 14 ................................ @ Eastern Illinois
Nov. 17 [email protected] Butler
Nov. 20 ................................... Western Illinois
Nov. 24 ....................... @ SMU (Dallas, Texas)
Nov. 25 ...vs. Milwaukee/San Jose State
...................................................(Dallas, Texas)
Nov. 28 [email protected] Valparaiso
Dec. 3....................................................... Loyola
Dec. 15 [email protected] UIC
Dec. 17 ................................. Northern Illinois
Dec. 21 .....................................................Illinois
Dec. 29 [email protected] Northern Iowa*
Jan. [email protected] Creighton*
Jan. 8................................................... @ Drake*
Jan. 11 ................................Southern Illinois*
Jan. 13 .............................................Evansville*
Jan. 19 [email protected] Wichita State*
Jan. 21 [email protected] Missouri State*
Jan. 25 ...................................... Indiana State*
Jan. 28 [email protected] Illinois State*
Feb. 1 .............................................. Creighton*
Feb. 3 .......................................................Drake*
Feb. 9 ............................. @ Southern Illinois*
Feb. 11 ........................................ @ Evansville*
Feb. 15 .................................... Missouri State*
Feb. 17 ...................................... Wichita State*
Feb. 23 ........................................ Illinois State*
Feb. 25 [email protected] Indiana State*
March 3 ................................ Northern Iowa*
Non-League Opponents
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Bradley University
WBB Contact ..................... Claire Schmidt
SID Phone ......................... (214) 768-1054
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (214) 768-2044
Press Row Phone ........... (214) 768-7742
Website ..................... SMUMustangs.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................16-14
2005-06 League Record ..........10-6/3rd
Starters Returning/Lost .....................3/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........8/4
Series Record.......................First Meeting
Last Meeting ...........................................N/A
Top Returners
Janielle Dodds (Jr., F) 15.5 ppg, 8.4 rpg
Katy Cobb (Jr., G) 6.6 ppg, 2.5 rpg
Katie Gross (Sr., F) 8.8 ppg, 3.9 rpg
11/12 .....................................UT-San Antonio
11/17 .............................. Sam Houston State
11/20 [email protected] Stephen F. Austin
11/24 ......................................................Bradley
11/25 ............Milwaukee/San Jose State
11/30 ........................................................ @ TCU
12/3 .............................................UT-Arlington
12/9 ...............................................North Texas
12/13 [email protected] Arkansas
12/19 ............. vs. Detroit (Cancun, Mexico)
12/20 ................vs. Duke (Cancun, Mexico)
12/30 ............................................... Texas Tech
1/2 ............................................................. Tulsa*
1/5 ................................................ @ Memphis*
1/7 [email protected] UAB*
1/12 .......................................................... UTEP*
1/14 ....................................................... Tulane*
1/21 [email protected] Tulsa*
1/25 [email protected] Rice*
1/27 [email protected] Houston*
2/1 ............................................................... UCF*
2/4 ...................................... @ Southern Miss*
2/9 ..............................................East Carolina*
2/11 ....................................................Marshall*
2/15 ............................................................ Rice*
2/17 ................................................... Houston*
2/22 [email protected] Tulane*
2/24 [email protected] UTEP*
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Non-League Opponents
2006-07 OPPONENTS
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Marquette University
GOLDEN EAGLES
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29 • 7 P.M.
KLOTSCHE CENTER
Location ............................ Milwaukee, Wis.
Colors .........................................Blue & Gold
Enrollment.........................................11,000
Founded ................................................ 1881
Conference ......................................Big East
Arena..................................McGuire Center
Capacity ................................................ 4,000
President .............Rev. Robert A. Wild, S.J.
Athletics Director ......................Bill Cords
Athletics Phone .............. (414) 288-6303
Ticket Phone .................... (414) 288-7127
Head Coach ............................Teri Mitchell
Alma Mater/Year ..........Duquesne/1989
Record at School ........191-109/10 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ..............Michelle Nason
Assistant Coach .............. Cara Consuega
Assistant Coach ..................... Jennie Lillis
WBB Contact ..........................Mike Laprey
SID Phone ......................... (414) 288-7419
SID [email protected]u
SID Fax ................................ (414) 288-6519
Press Row Phone ........... (414) 288-0340
Website ........................GoMarquette.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................22-11
2005-06 League Record ............ 9-7/9th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................4/1
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........7/3
Series Record.................. MU leads 20-19
Last Meeting ........ MU, 70-68 (12/18/05)
Top Returners
Christina Quaye (Sr., F) 13.0 ppg, 6.2 rpg
Krystal Ellis (So., G) 10.7 ppg, 1.87 spg
Jasmine McCullough (Sr.,F) 9.9 ppg,5.4 rpg
CYCLONES
SATURDAY, DEC. 2 • 2 P.M.
AMES, IOWA
Head Coach ............................ Bill Fennelly
Alma Mater/Year .... William Penn/1979
Record at School ........233-110/11 years
Career Record .............399-163/18 years
Associate Head Coach ......... Jack Easley
Assistant Coach ................... Latoja Harris
Assistant Coach ............Michele Roberts
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2006-07 SCHEDULE
Iowa State University
Location .....................................Ames, Iowa
Colors .................................Cardinal & Gold
Enrollment.........................................23,709
Founded ................................................ 1858
Conference .........................................Big XII
Arena................................. Hilton Coliseum
Capacity ..............................................14,092
President ................ Dr. Gregory Geoffroy
Athletics Director ..............Jamie Pollard
Athletics Phone .............. (515) 294-3662
Ticket Phone .................... (515) 294-1816
Nov. 14 ......................................... Washington
Nov. 17 [email protected] Virginia
Nov. 20 .....................................UW-Green Bay
Nov. 23.....vs.Western Michigan (Virgin Islands)
Nov. 24 ..............vs. Auburn (Virgin Islands)
Nov. 25 ................ vs. Xavier (Virgin Islands)
Nov. 29 [email protected] Milwaukee
Dec. [email protected] Rice
Dec. 6.........................................West Virginia*
Dec. 9............................................... @ Oakland
Dec. 17 ................................................Gonzaga
Dec. 21 ............................................Manhattan
Dec. 29 ........................................................Navy
Dec. 31 ...................... @ South Dakota State
Jan. 3..................................................Syracuse*
Jan. [email protected] DePaul*
Jan. [email protected] Pittsburgh*
Jan. 13 .............................................. Villanova*
Jan. 20 [email protected] Providence*
Jan. 23 ........................................ Notre Dame*
Jan. 27 [email protected] Cincinnati*
Jan. 30 [email protected] Rutgers*
Feb. 3 .......................................... Connecticut*
Feb. 10 [email protected] Georgetown*
Feb. 13 ...............................................St. John’s*
Feb. 17 ..............................................Louisville*
Feb. 20 [email protected] Seton Hall*
Feb. 24 .........................................................USF*
Feb. 26 .......................................... @ St. John’s*
WBB Contact ..............................Erin Smith
SID Phone ......................... (515) 294-5778
SID Email ................ [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (515) 294-0558
Press Row Phone ........... (515) 294-6178
Website .................................Cyclones.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................18-13
2005-06 League Record ............ 7-9/9th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................4/1
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........9/3
Series Record........................ISU leads 3-1
Last Meeting .........ISU, 78-41 (12/17/95)
Top Returners
Lyndsey Medders (Sr., G) 16.5 ppg, 7.7 apg
Heather Ezell (So., G) 10.0 ppg, 3.4 apg
Megan Ronhovde (Sr.,G/F) 9.5 ppg,7.3 rpg
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Nov. 15 .............................Cal State Fullerton
Nov. 20 [email protected] Northern Iowa
Nov. 24 .....vs. Virginia Tech (Malibu, Calif. )
Nov. 25 ....vs. Tennessee Tech/Pepperdine
.................................................... (Malibu, Calif. )
Nov. 30 ................................................... @ Iowa
Dec. 2 ............................................ Milwaukee
Dec. 5.........................................................Drake
Dec. 9............................................... Minnesota
Dec. 16 .. vs. Saint Louis (Des Moines, Iowa)
Dec. 20 ......................................... Illinois State
Dec. 28 .................................................. Colgate
Dec. 29 .............................................Utah State
Dec. 30 ............................Loyola Marymount
Jan. 3......................................................Kansas*
Jan. 6.............................................. @ Missouri*
Jan. 10 [email protected] Colorado*
Jan. 13 ................................ Oklahoma State*
Jan. 17 ......................................................Texas*
Jan. 20 .............................................. @ Kansas*
Jan. 24 ....................................... @ Oklahoma*
Jan. 27 ....................................... Kansas State*
Jan. 31 ......................................... @ Nebraska*
Feb. 4 ..................................................Missouri*
Feb. 10 [email protected] Baylor*
Feb. 14 ...........................................Texas A&M*
Feb. 17 .............................................. Colorado*
Feb. 20 ..............................................Nebraska*
Feb. 24 [email protected] Kansas State*
March 1 .................................... @ Texas Tech*
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FALCONS
THURSDAY, DEC. 7 • 7 P.M.
KLOTSCHE CENTER
Location ..................USAF Academy, Colo.
Colors ........................................Blue & Silver
Enrollment........................................... 4,000
Founded ................................................ 1954
Conference .......................Mountain West
Arena.........................................Clune Arena
Capacity ................................................ 5,939
Superintendent...Lt. Gen. John F. Regni
Athletics Director ........Dr. Hans J. Mueh
Athletics Phone .............. (719) 333-4008
Ticket Phone .................... (719) 472-1895
Head Coach ........................Ardie McInelly
Alma Mater/Year .........Boise State/1982
Record at School .............34-105/5 years
Career Record .............111-168/10 years
Associate Head Coach ....Lisa Robinson
Assistant Coach ..................... Holly Togiai
Assistant Coach ............. Angela Munger
Assistant Coach .............Capt. Ali Anders
WBB Contact ...............Melissa McKeown
SID Phone ......................... (719) 333-9025
SID [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (719) 333-3798
Press Row Phone ........... (719) 333-6467
Website ............. GoAirForceFalcons.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................13-15
2005-06 League Record ..........4-12/7th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................4/1
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..... 13/3
Series Record.......................First Meeting
Last Meeting ...........................................N/A
Top Returners
Alecia Steele (Jr., F) 10.0 ppg, 6.3 rpg
Pamela Findlay (Jr., G) 9.5 ppg, 4.2 rpg
Letricia Castillo (Sr., G) 9.4 ppg, 2.8 rpg
BISON
SUNDAY, DEC. 10 • 2 P.M.
FARGO, N.D.
Head Coach ...............................Amy Ruley
Alma Mater/Year ................ Purdue/1978
Record at School ........640-176/27 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ...................Kelli Layman
Assistant Coach .................. Cara Pearson
Assistant Coach .......Amanda Leonhard
www.uwmpanthers.com
* League games
2006-07 SCHEDULE
North Dakota State University
Location .......................................Fargo, N.D.
Colors .................................. Green & Yellow
Enrollment.........................................12,099
Founded ................................................ 1890
Conference ........................... Independent
Arena........................... Bison Sports Arena
Capacity ................................................ 6,000
President ............Dr. Joseph A. Chapman
Athletics Director .................Gene Taylor
Athletics Phone .............. (701) 231-6981
Ticket Phone .................. (701) 231-NDSU
Nov. 10 ............................................. Wisconsin
Nov. 17 ........................ @Northern Colorado
Nov. 21 ........................ @ Alaska-Anchorage
Nov. 22 .................... vs. Butler/UC-Riverside
......................................... (Anchorage, Alaska)
Nov. 26 ............................................. San Diego
Dec. 1............................................................ Yale
Dec. 2........W. Michigan/UT-Pan American
Dec. 7 [email protected] Milwaukee
Dec. [email protected] UIC
Dec. 13 [email protected] Denver
Dec. 22 [email protected] Navy
Dec. 30 ......................................... Weber State
Jan. 1..........................................Western State
Jan. 4......................................Colorado State*
Jan. 6........................................................... BYU*
Jan. 11 ........................................................ TCU*
Jan. 14 ............................ @ San Diego State*
Jan. 18 ................................... @ New Mexico*
Jan. 20 .................................................. @ Utah*
Jan. 25 ......................................................UNLV*
Jan. 27 ............................................. Wyoming*
Feb. 4 ................................ @ Colorado State*
Feb. 8 [email protected] BYU*
Feb. 10 .................................................... @ TCU*
Feb. 15 .................................San Diego State*
Feb. 17 ........................................New Mexico*
Feb. 22 .......................................................Utah*
Feb. 25 ................................................. @ UNLV*
Feb. 28 [email protected] Wyoming*
Non-League Opponents
2006-07 SCHEDULE
United States Air Force Academy
WBB Contact ........................Jeff Schwartz
SID Phone ......................... (701) 231-8332
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (701) 231-8022
Press Row Phone ........... (701) 231-8611
Website ..................................GoBison.com
2005-06 Overall Record .................. 9-17
2005-06 League Record ....................N/A
Starters Returning/Lost .....................3/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........8/4
Series Record.......................First Meeting
Last Meeting ...........................................N/A
Top Returners
Lisa Bue (Jr., G) 10.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg
Danni Heintzelman (Sr., C) 9.4 ppg, 4.9 rpg
Kayla Dahlen (Sr., F) 6.5 ppg, 4.3 rpg
Nov 11 [email protected] Oral Roberts
Nov 19 ...............................Northern Arizona
Nov. 24 ..vs. UT-Arlington (Bozeman, Mont.)
Nov. 25 .............................vs. Montana State/
........Cal State-Fullerton (Bozeman, Mont.)
Dec. 2...................................... @ East Carolina
Dec. 3.................... vs. Florida State/Fairfield
................................................ (Greenville, N.C.)
Dec. 10 ............................................Milwaukee
Dec. 14 ..................................Valley City State
Dec. 18 ..................................... San Jose State
Dec. 22 ............................................ Minnesota
Dec. 30 ........................................... @ Alabama
Jan. [email protected] Middle Tennessee State
Jan. [email protected] UW-Green Bay
Jan. 15 ............................................Jamestown
Jan. 20 ..................................... Arkansas State
Jan. 25 ........................... @ UT-Pan American
Jan. 27 ............................ @ Utah Valley State
Feb. 3 ..............................South Dakota State
Feb. 8 .......................................................... IPFW
Feb. 10 ..................................New Jersey Tech
Feb. 15 .................................Utah Valley State
Feb. 17 ........................... @ UT-Pan American
Feb. 23 ....................... @ South Dakota State
March 1 .......................... @ New Jersey Tech
March 3 [email protected] IPFW
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Non-League Opponents
2006-07 OPPONENTS
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Chicago State University
COUGARS
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13 • 7 P.M.
KLOTSCHE CENTER
Location ..................................... Chicago, Ill.
Colors ................................... Green & White
Enrollment........................................... 7,200
Founded ................................................ 1867
Conference* ......................... Independent
Arena................................... Dickens Center
Capacity ................................................ 2,500
President ....................Dr. Elnora D. Daniel
Athletics Director .... Wayne Baskerville
Athletics Phone .............. (773) 995-2295
Ticket Phone .................... (773) 995-3661
Head Coach ..................... Angela Jackson
Alma Mater/Year .. Old Dominion/1991
Record at School ............... 33-51/4 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ..................Gwen Burton
Assistant Coach ............... Tim O’Donnell
* Chicago State was a member of the
Mid-Con last season
WBB Contact .......................................... TBA
SID Phone ......................... (773) 995-2217
SID Email ................................................. TBA
SID Fax ................................ (773) 995-3656
Press Row Phone ........... (773) 995-3641
Website ...................... CSU.edu/Athletics/
2005-06 Overall Record ................12-16
2005-06 League Record* .......... 7-9/7th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................2/3
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........8/6
Series Record.................UWM leads 13-2
Last Meeting ......... CSU, 66-60 (1/29/03)
Top Returners
Chandra Timberlake (Sr., F/C) 7.9 ppg, 5.4 rpg
Faith Buchanon (Sr., G/F) 6.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg
Ayesha Neasley (Sr., G/F) 8.1 ppg, 3.2 rpg
2006-07 SCHEDULE
La Salle University
EXPLORERS
SATURDAY, DEC. 23 • NOON
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Location ........................... Philadelphia, Pa.
Colors .........................................Blue & Gold
Enrollment........................................... 6,138
Founded ................................................ 1863
Conference ................................Atlantic 10
Arena........................................... Gola Arena
Capacity ................................................ 4,000
President ..Brother Michael J.McGinniss,F.S.C.
Athletics Director .. Dr. Thomas Brennan
Athletics Phone .............. (215) 951-1425
Ticket Phone .................... (215) 251-1999
Head Coach .......................... Tom Lochner
Alma Mater/Year ................Temple/1989
Record at School ............... 23-33/2 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Associate Coach .......... Chrissie Doogan
Assistant Coach ....................... Mimi Riley
Assistant Coach ................. Stacey Smalls
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Nov. 11 [email protected] Bradley
Nov. 13 [email protected] St. Louis
Nov. 16 ...............................Robert Morris (IL)
Nov. 19 ............................... Central Michigan
Nov. 21 ............................................ Grambling
Nov. 26 [email protected] Illinois State
Nov. 28 [email protected] Northern Illinois
Dec. [email protected] Minnesota
Dec. [email protected] Old Dominion
Dec. 11 [email protected] Milwaukee
Dec. 16 .....................................UW-Green Bay
Dec. 18 ..................................................... UMKC
Dec. 22 [email protected] Western Michigan
Dec. 28 [email protected] Lamar
Dec. 30 ................................................... DePaul
Jan. 6................................................ @ Oakland
Jan. [email protected] UMKC
Jan. 16 ..................................................... Loyola
Jan. 20 ......................................... @ Centenary
Jan. 22 [email protected] Western Illinois
Jan. 24 .................................................... Judson
Jan. 27 ...................................Olivet Nazarene
Jan. 30 .....................................Bowling Green
Feb. 3 [email protected] Southern Utah
Feb. 5 [email protected] IUPUI
Feb. 10 .............................Calumet-St Joseph
Feb. 13 ............................................................UIC
Feb. 17 [email protected] Oral Roberts
Feb. 19 [email protected] Valparaiso
WBB Contact ......................... Marc Mullen
SID Phone ......................... (215) 951-1513
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (215) 951-1964
Press Row Phone ........... (215) 438-5858
Website .......................... GoExplorers.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................11-17
2005-06 League Record ............ 7-9/8th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................3/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........8/2
Series Record............... La Salle leads 2-0
Last Meeting ..........LU, 65-62 (10/27/98)
Top Returners
Crista Ricketts (Sr., F) 13.8 ppg, 6.4 rpg
Carlene Hightower (Jr., F) 11.3 ppg, 6.6 rpg
Jenna Graber (Sr., G) 8.7 ppg, 2.0 rpg
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Nov. 10 [email protected] Albany
Nov. 14 [email protected] Villanova
Nov. 17 ................................... @ Sacred Heart
Nov. 21 [email protected] Penn
Nov. 26 [email protected] Wagner
Nov. 29 .........................................Binghamton
Dec. [email protected] Rider
Dec. 5..................................................Delaware
Dec. 9........................................................Drexel
Dec. 16 ....................................... @ Quinnipiac
Dec. 20 ....................................... Miami (Ohio)
Dec. 23 ......................................... Milwaukee
Dec. 29 .......................................Morgan State
Jan. 1............................................ @ Vanderbilt
Jan. 2............................................. @ Lipscomb
Jan. 9................................................. Fordham*
Jan. 12 ................................ @ Saint Joseph’s*
Jan. 14 .......................................Rhode Island*
Jan. 18 [email protected] St. Bonaventure*
Jan. 22 [email protected] Massachusetts*
Jan. 26 ............................................Richmond*
Jan. 28 .........................George Washington*
Feb. 2 ..............................................Duquesne*
Feb. 4 [email protected] Xavier*
Feb. 8 ............................................... @ Dayton*
Feb. 12 ............................................. @ Temple*
Feb. 17 [email protected] Fordham*
Feb. 22 ..............................................Charlotte*
Feb. 25 ...........................................Saint Louis*
* League Games
www.uwmpanthers.com
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2006-07 OPPONENTS
RAMBLERS
THURSDAY, DEC. 28 • 7 P.M. • KLOTSCHE CENTER
SATURDAY, MARCH 3 • 3 P.M. • CHICAGO, ILL.
Location ..................................... Chicago, Ill.
Colors ..................................Maroon & Gold
Enrollment.........................................14,764
Founded ................................................ 1870
Conference ..................................... Horizon
Arena ................................... Gentile Center
Capacity ................................................ 5,500
President .........Fr. Michael Garanzini, S.J.
Athletics Director ................ John Planek
Athletics Phone .............. (773) 508-2560
Ticket Phone .................... (773) 508-9653
Head Coach ...................... Shannon Reidy
Alma Mater/Year ........Lake Forest/1994
Record at School ....................4-25/1 year
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ....................Allison Guth
Assistant Coach ... Ashley Luke-Clanton
Assistant Coach .............Rashana Barnes
WBB Contact ............................ Leo Krause
SID Phone ......................... (773) 508-2497
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (773) 508-3855
Press Row Phone ........... (773) 274-3550
Website ...................LoyolaRamblers.com
2005-06 Overall Record .................. 4-25
2005-06 League Record ..........3-13/8th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................3/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........6/2
Series Record.................UWM leads 24-8
Last Meeting ......... UWM, 76-56 (3/2/06)
Top Returners
Marquise Hanser (Sr., G, 5-8)
• 17.2 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 3.1 apg, 85.7% FT
Jenna Real (Sr., F, 6-0)
• 11.9 ppg, 5.6 rpg, 2.4 apg, 79.5% FT
Emily Pounder (Sr., C, 6-3)
• 7.2 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 1.3 apg, 15 blocks
Newcomers (Yr, Pos., Ht., Transfer)
Maureen Downs (Fr., F, 5-11)
Shannon Finnegan (Fr., C, 6-3)
Jessica Hylton (Fr., G/F, 5-10)
Jennifer Juergens (Fr., G, 5-9)
Elyse Van Boggart (Fr., F, 6-1)
www.uwmpanthers.com
Shannon
Reidy
2-25 (2nd Yr)
Overall: Same
Marquise
Hanser
Sr. • Guard
17.2 ppg, 4.3 rpg
Nov. 12 ......................................Northwestern
Nov. 14 ......................................... Illinois State
Nov. 18 ................................................ @ Illinois
Nov. 25 ...................................... @North Texas
Nov. 28 [email protected] Indiana State
Nov. 30 .............................................Valparaiso
Dec. [email protected] Bradley
Dec. 6................................................. @ Dayton
Dec. 19 ...................vs. DePaul (Puerto Rico)
Dec. 20 ............... vs. Syracuse (Puerto Rico)
Dec. 28 .................................. @ Milwaukee*
Dec. 30 [email protected] UW-Green Bay*
Jan. 4............................... Youngstown State*
Jan. 6.................................... Cleveland State*
Jan. 11 ................................... @ Wright State*
Jan. 13 [email protected] Butler*
Jan. 16 .................................. @ Chicago State
Jan. 20 ..................................Illinois-Chicago*
Jan. 27 .................................................. Detroit*
Feb. 1 [email protected] Cleveland State*
Feb. 3 [email protected] Youngstown State*
Feb. 8 .......................................................Butler*
Feb. 10 ........................................Wright State*
Feb. 17 ............................. @ Illinois-Chicago*
Feb. 22 [email protected] Detroit*
Mar. 1 ......................................UW-Green Bay*
Mar. 3 ..........................................Milwaukee*
Horizon League Opponents
2006-07 Schedule
Loyola University
* League games
2005-06 Schedule/Results
SERIES HISTORY
UWM leads 22-6 Since Div. I (24-8 Overall)
3/2/06 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......76-56
2/25/06 ........Loyola ...........................W ......78-66
2/9/06 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......67-58
2/19/05 ........Milwaukee...................W ......73-62
1/8/05 ..........Loyola ...........................W ......72-62
2/21/04 ........Loyola ............................L .......79-62
1/10/04 ........Milwaukee...................W ......83-78
2/1/03 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......68-56
12/30/02 .....Loyola ............................L .......66-57
2/4/02 ..........Loyola ...........................W ......74-49
1/3/02 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......90-61
3/9/01 ..........Chicago, Ill. ..................W ......80-49
2/21/01 ........Milwaukee...................W ......82-68
1/27/01 ........Loyola ...........................W ......70-55
2/24/00 ........Loyola ...........................W ......75-72
1/29/00 ........Milwaukee...................W ......97-77
2/25/99 ........Milwaukee...................W ......73-60
1/30/99 ........Loyola ...........................W ......70-63
2/26/98 ........Loyola ............................L .......73-69
1/31/98 ........Milwaukee...................W ......68-55
2/22/97 ........Loyola ...........................W ......70-53
1/25/97 ........Milwaukee...................W ......61-58
2/24/96 ........Milwaukee...................W ......67-59
1/27/96 ........Loyola ............................L .......74-69
2/18/95 ........Milwaukee...................W ......75-59
1/19/95 ........Loyola ............................L .......71-50
2/10/93 ........Milwaukee...................W ......88-77
2/17/92 ........Loyola ............................L .......61-52
Nov. 18 ..................................Illinois - L, 79-39
Nov. 20 [email protected] Illinois State - L, 82-56
Nov. 22 ................................ Dayton - L, 80-57
Nov. 26 ............. vs. Robert Morris - L, 66-57
Nov. 27 ............................ vs. UMBC - L, 67-55
Nov. 29 ...................Chicago State - L, 68-50
Dec. 2...................................Bradley - L, 61-50
Dec. 10 .................... Indiana State - L, 93-80
Dec. 18 [email protected] Valparaiso - L, 83-50
Dec. 20 .................................DePaul - L, 96-48
Dec. 22 [email protected] Northern Kentucky - L, 74-55
Dec. 29 ................UW-Green Bay* - L, 96-69
Jan. [email protected] Detroit* - L, 88-73
Jan. 7................ Cleveland State* - W, 73-65
Jan. 11 ................ @ Wright State* - L, 80-55
Jan. 14 .................................. @ UIC* - L, 73-51
Jan. 18 ............................. @ Butler* - L, 85-72
Jan. 21 ........... Wright State* - W, 85-77 (ot)
Jan. 26 ........Youngstown State* - W, 75-65
Jan. 28 ................................Detroit* - L, 78-57
Feb. 4 .........................................UIC* - L, 79-66
Feb. 9 ................. @ Milwaukee* - L, 67-58
Feb. 11 [email protected] UW-Green Bay* - L, 92-42
Feb. 16 ..................................Butler* - L, 82-69
Feb. 18 [email protected] Cleveland State* - L, 71-62
Feb. 23 [email protected] Youngstown State* - L, 60-54
Feb. 25....................Milwaukee* - L, 78-66
Feb. 28 ....... Cleveland State - W, 85-82 (ot)
March 2 .............. @ Milwaukee - L, 76-56
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Horizon League Opponents
2006-07 OPPONENTS
FLAMES
SATURDAY, DEC. 30 • 2 P.M. • KLOTSCHE CENTER
THURSDAY, MARCH 1 • 7 P.M. • CHICAGO, ILL.
Location ..................................... Chicago, Ill.
Colors ........ Navy Blue & Fire Engine Red
Enrollment.........................................24,541
Founded ................................................ 1896
Conference ..................................... Horizon
Arena ........................................ UIC Pavilion
Capacity ................................................ 8,000
Chancellor.................. Dr. Sylvia Manning
Athletics Director .....James W. Schmidt
Athletics Phone .............. (312) 996-2772
Ticket Phone .....................(312) 413-UIC1
Head Coach ...................... Lisa Ryckbosch
Alma Mater/Year ..................Loyola/1984
Record at School ............... 59-56/4 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ......Kevin McManaman
Assistant Coach .............. Amanda Reese
Assistant Coach ................ Latasha White
WBB Contact ........................Beth Usewicz
SID Phone ......................... (312) 996-5881
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (312) 996-8349
Press Row Phone ........... (312) 413-5712
Website ............................. UICFlames.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................16-14
2005-06 League Record ..........10-6/3rd
Starters Returning/Lost .....................4/1
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..... 11/1
Series Record.............. UWM leads 22-10
Last Meeting ......... UWM, 71-63 (3/6/06)
Top Returners
LaShonda Grant (Sr., G, 5-6)
• 15.1 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 2.7 apg, 60 three’s
Krystal Hugelier (Sr., G, 5-8)
• 10.8 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 2.5 apg, 55 three’s
Kelly True (Sr., G, 5-11)
• 6.7 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 1.5 apg, 38 steals
Newcomers (Yr, Pos., Ht., Transfer)
Briana Hinkle (Fr., G, 5-7)
Cassie Johnson (Fr., C, 6-2)
Jessie Miller (Fr., G, 5-8)
Ashanti Walker (Fr., C, 6-0)
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2006-07 SCHEDULE
University of Illinois at Chicago
Lisa
Ryckbosch
59-56 (5th Yr)
Overall: Same
LaShonda
Grant
Sr. • Guard
15.1 ppg, 2.7 apg
Nov. 11 ............................. Western Michigan
Nov. 14 .....................................................Illinois
Nov. 17 ............................... Central Michigan
Nov. 19 ................................ @ Eastern Illinois
Nov. 25 ..............................................Evansville
Nov. 29 ................................. @ Northwestern
Dec. [email protected] Northern Iowa
Dec. [email protected] Wisconsin
Dec. 9...................................................Air Force
Dec. 15 ...................................................Bradley
Dec. 17 [email protected] DePaul
Dec. 20 ................................. Northern Illinois
Dec. 28 [email protected] UW-Green Bay*
Dec. 30 .................................. @ Milwaukee*
Jan. 4.................................... Cleveland State*
Jan. 6............................... Youngstown State*
Jan. 11 [email protected] Butler*
Jan. 13 ................................... @ Wright State*
Jan. 20 [email protected] Loyola*
Jan. 25 .................................................. Detroit*
Feb. 1 [email protected] Youngstown State*
Feb. 3 [email protected] Cleveland State*
Feb. 8 ..........................................Wright State*
Feb. 10 .....................................................Butler*
Feb. 13 .................................. @ Chicago State
Feb. 17 ................................................... Loyola*
Feb. 24 [email protected] Detroit*
March 1 .....................................Milwaukee*
March 3 .................................UW-Green Bay*
* League games
2005-06 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
SERIES HISTORY
UWM leads 20-10 Since Div. I (22-10 Overall)
3/6/06 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......71-63
2/23/06 ........Illinois-Chicago .........W ......65-58
1/21/06 ........Milwaukee....................L .......55-54
2/17/05 ........Milwaukee...................W ......76-68
1/17/05 ........Illinois-Chicago ..........L .......64-55
3/4/04 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......72-59
2/19/04 ........Illinois-Chicago .........W ......73-64
1/3/04 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......74-58
2/12/03 ........Milwaukee...................W ......61-49
1/9/03 ..........Illinois-Chicago ..........L .......84-73
2/28/02 ........Milwaukee....................L .......75-67
1/31/02 ........Illinois-Chicago .........W ......75-66
1/5/02 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......67-62
2/24/01 ........Milwaukee...................W ......71-61
1/25/01 ........Illinois-Chicago .........W ......55-51
2/26/00 ........Illinois-Chicago ..........L .......63-45
1/31/00 ........Milwaukee...................W ......62-54
2/27/99 ........Milwaukee...................W ......73-60
1/28/99 ........Illinois-Chicago .........W ......57-48
2/28/98 ........Illinois-Chicago .........W ......57-53
1/4/98 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......66-53
2/27/97 ........Milwaukee...................W ......70-53
1/2/97 ..........Illinois-Chicago ..........L .......53-51
2/29/96 ........Milwaukee....................L .... 117-52
1/4/96 ..........Illinois-Chicago ..........L .......55-53
2/21/95 ........Illinois-Chicago ..........L .......66-52
1/14/95 ........Milwaukee....................L .......66-52
2/20/94 ........Illinois-Chicago .........W ......66-48
1/15/94 ........Milwaukee....................L .......80-76
1/16/91 ........Illinois-Chicago .........W ......63-48
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Nov. 18 ........................... @ Bradley - L, 78-73
Nov. 20 ................ Alabama State - W, 84-39
Nov. 22 .............Central Michigan - L, 67-62
Nov. 26 ...................Northwestern - L, 81-78
Nov. 28 .................Eastern Illinois - W, 86-77
Dec. [email protected] Northern Illinois - L, 51-40
Dec. 9.....................Northern Iowa - L, 63-53
Dec. 11 ...................... @ Evansville - L, 73-43
Dec. 14 ..................Chicago State - W, 80-62
Dec. 18 .............vs. Missouri State - L, 64-60
Dec. 19 .......vs. Mount St. Mary’s - W, 83-67
Dec. 31 ................UW-Green Bay* - L, 70-62
Jan. 5................ Cleveland State* - W, 68-66
Jan. [email protected] Butler* - W, 83-64
Jan. 14 ................................. Loyola - W, 83-64
Jan. 19 .............. @ UW-Green Bay - L, 77-58
Jan. 21 ................. @ Milwaukee - L, 55-54
Jan. 23 .......................Wright State - L, 69-59
Jan. 26 .............................. Detroit* - W, 75-52
Jan. 28 ........Youngstown State* - W, 74-64
Feb. 4 [email protected] Loyola* - W, 79-66
Feb. 9 [email protected] Cleveland State* - W, 76-52
Feb. 11 ... @ Youngstown State* - W, 68-49
Feb. 16 ................ @ Wright State* - L, 68-53
Feb. 18 ................................ Butler* - W, 85-66
Feb. 23....................Milwaukee* - L, 65-58
Feb. 25 [email protected] Detroit* - W, 67-62
March 2 .................. Wright State - W, 80-78
March 5 ........ vs. UW-Green Bay - W, 74-62
March 6 .............. @ Milwaukee - L, 71-63
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2006-07 OPPONENTS
TITANS
SATURDAY, JAN. 6 • 12:30 P.M. • DETROIT, MICH.
THURSDAY, FEB. 1 • 7 P.M. • KLOTSCHE CENTER
Location .................................Detroit, Mich.
Colors ............................. Red, White & Blue
Enrollment........................................... 5,600
Founded ................................................ 1877
Conference ..................................... Horizon
Arena ........................................ Calihan Hall
Capacity ................................................ 8.295
President ....Fr. Gerard Stockhausen, S.J.
Athletics Director .............Brad Kinsman
Athletics Phone .............. (313) 993-1700
Ticket Phone .................... (313) 993-1700
Head Coach ....................... Mickey Barrett
Alma Mater/Year ..............................Xavier
Record at School ............... 35-51/3 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ....................... Julie Pagel
Assistant Coach ..................LaTonya Pate
Assistant Coach .............. Tonya Edwards
WBB Contact .......................Patrick Moore
SID Phone ......................... (313) 993-1745
SID Email .......... [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (313) 993-1765
Press Row Phone ........... (313) 993-1750
Website ........................ DetroitTitans.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................11-17
2005-06 League Record ............ 8-8/5th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................1/4
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........9/5
Series Record.............. UWM leads 16-15
Last Meeting .......UWM, 69-55 (2/16/06)
Top Returners
Kandace Evans (Jr., G, 5-7)
• 4.9 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 1.1 apg, 27 steals
Katy Dunlop (Jr., C/F, 6-4)
• 2.5 ppg, 1.4 rpg, 0.4 apg, 11 blocks
Lauren Yurgens (Sr., F, 6-1)
• 1.6 ppg, 2.1 rpg, 0.4 apg, 23 starts
Newcomers (Yr, Pos., Ht., Transfer)
India Bruster (Jr., C, 6-4, Southern Illinois)
Heather Hatter (Fr., C, 6-1)
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Mickey
Barrett
35-51 (4th yr)
Overall: Same
Lauren
Yurgens
Sr. • F/C
1.6 ppg, 2.1 rpg
Nov. 11 ....................................Bowling Green
Nov. 14 ................................................... Buffalo
Nov. 17 [email protected] Western Michigan
Nov. 20 .......................................... @ Michigan
Nov. 28 .......................................... @ Kentucky
Dec. [email protected] Louisiana State
Dec. 6............................. @ Eastern Michigan
Dec. 9....................................... Northern Iowa
Dec. 15 ................................................... DePaul
Dec. 19 ............................... vs. SMU (Cancun)
Dec. 20 ...............vs. East Carolina (Cancun)
Dec. 28 ...vs. New Hampshire (Blacksburg,Va.)
Dec. 29 .................................vs. Virginia Tech/
......Winston-Salem State (Blacksburg, Va.)
Jan. 4.......................................UW-Green Bay*
Jan. 6...........................................Milwaukee*
Jan. 11 [email protected] Cleveland State*
Jan. 13 [email protected] Youngstown State*
Jan. 18 .....................................................Butler*
Jan. 20 ........................................Wright State*
Jan. 25 [email protected] UIC*
Jan. 27 [email protected] Loyola*
Feb. 1 ..................................... @ Milwaukee*
Feb. 3 [email protected] UW-Green Bay*
Feb. 8 .............................. Youngstown State*
Feb. 10 ................................. Cleveland State*
Feb. 15 ................................... @ Wright State*
Feb. 17 [email protected] Butler*
Feb. 22 ................................................... Loyola*
Feb. 24 ..........................................................UIC*
Horizon League Opponents
2006-07 SCHEDULE
University of Detroit-Mercy
* League games
SERIES HISTORY
UWM leads 16-14 Since Div. I (16-15 Overall)
2/16/06 ........Milwaukee...................W ......69-55
12/29/05 .....Detroit ..........................W ......74-56
3/3/05 ..........Milwaukee....................L .......59-49
2/5/05 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......60-46
1/17/05 ........Detroit (OT).................W ......74-73
3/7/04 ..........Milwaukee....................L .......64-59
2/7/04 ..........Detroit ..........................W ......53-50
1/29/04 ........Milwaukee...................W ......49-47
2/6/03 ..........Detroit ..........................W ......76-61
1/2/03 ..........Milwaukee....................L .......66-57
2/16/02 ........Detroit ..........................W ......73-71
1/19/02 ........Milwaukee...................W ... 102-71
2/8/01 ..........Detroit ...........................L .......84-79
1/13/01 ........Milwaukee...................W ......86-80
2/10/00 ........Milwaukee...................W ......75-68
1/15/00 ........Detroit ...........................L .......71-68
2/11/99 ........Detroit ...........................L .......65-60
1/16/99 ........Milwaukee...................W ......53-48
3/5/98 ..........Indianapolis, Ind. ........L .......80-72
2/12/98 ........Milwaukee....................L .......78-66
1/17/98 ........Detroit ..........................W ......69-64
3/7/97 ..........Green Bay, Wis.............L .......98-63
2/20/97 ........Detroit ...........................L .......94-65
1/23/97 ........Milwaukee...................W ......72-69
2/21/96 ........Milwaukee....................L .......90-64
1/25/96 ........Detroit ...........................L .......91-62
1/26/95 ........Milwaukee....................L .......67-46
2/28/94 ........Milwaukee...................W ......53-52
12/2/92 ........Detroit ...........................L .......70-45
12/2/91 ........Milwaukee...................W ......68-61
2005-06 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
Nov. 18 ........... Western Carolina - W, 75-72
Nov. 20 [email protected] Kansas State - L, 91-55
Nov. 22 ............................ @ Kansas - L, 70-68
Nov. 26 [email protected] Cincinnati - L, 71-55
Nov. 30 ................. Bowling Green - L, 78-67
Dec. 2......................... Pepperdine - W, 72-64
Dec. 4............. Western Michigan - L, 89-78
Dec. 7............... @ Michigan State - L, 77-52
Dec. 10 ............................Kentucky - L, 74-65
Dec. 17 ................... vs. Texas A&M - L, 72-54
Dec. 18 ............ vs. Jackson State - W, 78-64
Dec. 29 ...................Milwaukee* - L, 74-56
Dec. 31 [email protected] Cleveland State* - L, 76-67
Jan. 5.................................. Loyola* - W, 88-73
Jan. 7...... @ Youngstown State* - W, 77-48
Jan. 12 [email protected] Butler* - W, 71-69
Jan. 16 ................... Wright State* - W, 68-59
Jan. 21 ........Youngstown State* - W, 69-62
Jan. 26 .................................. @ UIC* - L, 75-52
Jan. 28 [email protected] Loyola* - W, 78-57
Feb. 1 ...................UW-Green Bay* - L, 73-63
Feb. 6 ....................................Butler* - L, 71-65
Feb. 9 [email protected] Wright State* - W, 55-45
Feb. 11 ............. Cleveland State* - W, 78-46
Feb. 16............... @ Milwaukee* - L, 69-55
Feb. 18 [email protected] UW-Green Bay* - L, 71-58
Feb. 25 ......................................UIC * - L, 67-62
March 2 ............................ @ Butler - L, 58-45
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 43
Milwaukee Panthers
Horizon League Opponents
2006-07 OPPONENTS
2006-07 SCHEDULE
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
PHOENIX
SATURDAY, JAN. 13 • 3 P.M. • GREEN BAY, WIS.
SATURDAY, FEB. 10 • 2 P.M. • KLOTSCHE CENTER
Location ..............................Green Bay, Wis.
Colors ..........................Green, White & Red
Enrollment........................................... 5,416
Founded ................................................ 1965
Conference ..................................... Horizon
Arena ....................Phoenix Sports Center
Capacity ................................................ 1,800
Chancellor....................Dr. Bruce Shepard
Athletics Director ..................Ken Bothof
Athletics Phone .............. (920) 465-2145
Ticket Phone .................... (920) 465-2625
Head Coach .........................Kevin Borseth
Alma Mater/Year .. Lake Superior St./1976
Record at School .............187-58/8 years
Career Record .............412-155/19 years
Assistant Coach ...Autumn Rademacher
Assistant Coach ...................Kris Johnson
Assistant Coach .......... Mary Kulenkamp
Kevin
Borseth
187-58 (9th Yr)
Overall: 412-155
Nicole
Soulis
Sr. • F
18.4 ppg, 6.8 rpg
Nov. 10 [email protected] Kansas State
Nov. 15 .................................................Oakland
Nov. 20 [email protected] Marquette
Nov. 24 ....... vs. Minnesota (Flagstaff, Ariz.)
Nov. 25 ...vs. Northern Arizona/Kent State
...................................................(Flagstaff, Ariz.)
Nov. 29 ................................................... DePaul
Dec. 2............................................ Illinois State
Dec. 7...........................................................Iowa
Dec. 9.......................................... Indiana State
Dec. 13 ............................................. Wisconsin
Dec. 16 ................................. @ Chicago State
Dec. 28 .........................................................UIC*
Dec. 30 .................................................. Loyola*
Jan. [email protected] Detroit*
Jan. 9............................... North Dakota State
Jan. 13 ........................................Milwaukee*
Jan. 18 ................................. Cleveland State*
Jan. 20 ............................ Youngstown State*
Jan. 25 [email protected] Butler*
Jan. 27 ................................... @ Wright State*
Feb. 3 .................................................... Detroit*
Feb. 10................................... @ Milwaukee*
Feb. 15 [email protected] Youngstown State*
Feb. 17 [email protected] Cleveland State*
Feb. 22 ........................................Wright State*
Feb. 24 .....................................................Butler*
March 1 [email protected] Loyola*
March 3 [email protected] UIC*
* League games
WBB Contact ..................Sheila Blackman
SID Phone ......................... (920) 465-5759
SID Email .............. [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (920) 465-2357
Press Row Phone ........... (920) 465-2918
Website ....................UWGB.edu/athletics
2005-06 Overall Record .................. 23-7
2005-06 League Record ........14-2/t-1st
Starters Returning/Lost .....................5/0
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..... 10/3
Series Record............ UWGB leads 40-17
Last Meeting .......UWM, 65-55 (2/13/06)
Top Returners
Nicole Soulis (Sr., F, 6-2)
• 18.4 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 0.9 apg, 44 blocks
Natalie Berglin (Sr., G, 5-7)
• 14.3 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 4.7 apg, 56 steals
Amanda Popp (Sr., G, 5-10)
• 10.7 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 1.8 apg, 44.0% three’s
Newcomers (Yr, Pos., Ht., Transfer)
Staci Beckel (Fr., F, 6-0)
Tressa Beckel (Fr, F, 6-0)
Morgan Faase (Fr., C, 6-3)
Heather Golden (Fr., G, 5-11)
Celeste Hoewisch (Fr., G, 5-7)
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SERIES HISTORY
UWM trails 10-21 since Div. 1 (17-40 Overall)
2/13/06 ........Milwaukee...................W ......65-55
2/4/06 ..........Green Bay ....................W ......69-67
2/24/05 ........Green Bay .....................L .......65-53
12/28/04 .....Milwaukee....................L .......63-46
2/23/04 ........Milwaukee...................W ......71-69
1/26/04 ........Green Bay .....................L .......72-52
2/22/03 ........Green Bay .....................L .......75-50
1/18/03 ........Milwaukee....................L .......61-60
2/23/02 ........Milwaukee....................L .......88-66
1/26/02 ........Green Bay .....................L .......83-75
3/10/01 ........Chicago, Ill. ..................W ......77-62
2/17/01 ........Milwaukee...................W ......72-66
1/20/01 ........Green Bay .....................L .......67-63
2/19/00 ........Green Bay .....................L .......75-64
1/22/00 ........Milwaukee...................W ......79-72
2/20/99 ........Milwaukee....................L .......73-54
1/23/99 ........Green Bay .....................L .......95-87
2/21/98 ........Green Bay ....................W ......58-41
1/24/98 ........Milwaukee....................L .......72-47
2/1/97 ..........Green Bay ....................W ......58-54
1/8/97 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......55-54
2/3/96 ..........Milwaukee....................L .......70-47
1/10/96 ........Green Bay .....................L .......64-49
3/5/95 ..........Green Bay .....................L .......91-52
3/1/95 ..........Green Bay .....................L .......80-47
1/7/95 ..........Milwaukee....................L .......85-34
3/5/94 ..........Milwaukee....................L .......73-69
1/29/94 ........Green Bay .....................L .......76-46
12/11/92 .....Green Bay .....................L .......71-70
1/28/92 ........Milwaukee...................W ......74-66
1/14/91 ........Green Bay .....................L .......59-47
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Nov. 18 [email protected] Indiana State - L, 98-59
Nov. [email protected] Northern Illinois - W, 73-67 (ot)
Nov. 25 .................................Pacific - W, 56-41
Nov. 26 ............................Vermont - W, 62-52
Nov. 30 [email protected] Iowa - L, 81-57
Dec. [email protected] Oakland - W, 74-72
Dec. [email protected] Illinois State - W, 76-60
Dec. 10 [email protected] DePaul - L, 86-62
Dec. 17 ................................Lewis - W, 103-53
Dec. 29 [email protected] Loyola - W, 96-69
Dec. 31 [email protected] UIC* - W, 70-62
Jan. 3............................. @ Arizona - W, 82-70
Jan. 7...................... Wright State* - W, 68-56
Jan. 12 [email protected] Cleveland State* - W, 66-51
Jan. 14 ... @ Youngstown State* - W, 74-49
Jan. 19 ..................................... UIC* - W, 77-58
Jan. 22 ................................ Butler* - W, 56-51
Jan. 26 ............. Cleveland State* - W, 76-52
Feb. 1 [email protected] Detroit* - W, 73-63
Feb. 4 ......................Milwaukee* - L, 69-67
Feb. 7 ..... @ North Dakota State - W, 81-70
Feb. 11 ............................... Loyola* - W, 92-42
Feb. 13............... @ Milwaukee* - L, 65-55
Feb. 16 ........Youngstown State* - W, 81-69
Feb. 18 .............................. Detroit* - W, 71-58
2/23 [email protected] Wright State* - W, 66-57
Feb. 25 [email protected] Butler* - W, 79-67
March 2 .....Youngstown State* - W, 63-53
March 5 ................................vs. UIC - L, 62-74
March 16 ................. @ Iowa State - L, 79-71
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2006-07 Women’s Basketball Media Guide
2006-07 OPPONENTS
PENGUINS
THURSDAY,JAN. 18 • 7 P.M. • KLOTSCHE CENTER
SATURDAY, FEB. 17 • TBA • YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO
Location .......................Youngstown, Ohio
Colors ........................................Red & White
Enrollment.........................................13,183
Founded ................................................ 1908
Conference ..................................... Horizon
Arena ..................................Beeghly Center
Capacity ................................................ 6,400
President .......................... Dr. David Sweet
Athletics Director .................. Ron Strollo
Athletics Phone .............. (330) 941-2385
Ticket Phone .................... (330) 941-1978
Head Coach .................................. Tisha Hill
Alma Mater/Year ................Indiana/1993
Record at School ............... 24-60/3 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ...................... Alis Rogers
Assistant Coach ..........................Kara Wile
WBB Contact ..............................Jamie Hall
SID Phone ......................... (330) 941-1581
SID Email ........................... [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (330) 941-3191
Press Row Phone ........... (330) 941-2270
Website ..............................YSUsports.com
2005-06 Overall Record .................. 8-20
2005-06 League Record ..........4-12/7th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................2/3
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........7/6
Series Record.................UWM leads 11-5
Last Meeting .......UWM, 67-44 (2/18/06)
Top Returners
Jessica Schloemp (Jr., F, 6-3)
• 9.0 ppg, 7.1 rpg, 0.8 apg, 28 blocks
Lauren Branson (Jr., G, 5-6)
• 5.5 ppg, 2.3 rpg, 3.8 apg, 1.9 ast/to ratio
Monique Godfrey (So., G, 5-8)
• 5.3 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 1.9 apg, 21 steals
Newcomers (Yr, Pos., Ht., Transfer)
Ta-Myra Davis (Fr., F, 6-1)
Kira McGowen (Jr., G, 5-9, Illinois)
Heather Karner (Jr., G, 5-10,
Western Nebraska Community College)
Kaitlyn March (Fr., G, 5-8)
Anjalia Lyons (Fr., C, 6-4)
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Tisha
Hill
24-60 (4th Yr)
Overall: Same
Jessica
Schloemp
Jr. • Forward
9.0 ppg, 7.1 rpg
Nov. 10 ............................................. Cincinnati
Nov. 17 ................................... @ Coppin State
Nov. 21 ................................................... Buffalo
Nov. 24 .................... TBA (Wilmington, N.C.)
Nov. 25 .................... TBA (Wilmington, N.C.)
Nov. 30 [email protected] Miami (Ohio)
Dec. [email protected] Indiana State
Dec. 16 ..................................................... Akron
Dec. 18 ...................................... Robert Morris
Dec. 21 ................................................... Clarion
Dec. 28 .......................................Wright State*
Dec. 30 ....................................................Butler*
Jan. [email protected] Loyola*
Jan. [email protected] UIC*
Jan. 13 .................................................. Detroit*
Jan. 18 ................................... @ Milwaukee*
Jan. 20 [email protected] UW-Green Bay*
Jan. 27 ................................. Cleveland State*
Feb. 1 ............................................................UIC*
Feb. 3 ..................................................... Loyola*
Feb. 6 ............................................... @ Oakland
Feb. 8 [email protected] Detroit*
Feb. 15 ....................................UW-Green Bay*
Feb. 17........................................Milwaukee*
Feb. 24 [email protected] Cleveland State*
March 1 [email protected] Butler*
March 3 ................................ @ Wright State*
Horizon League Opponents
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Youngstown State University
* League games
2005-06 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
SERIES HISTORY
UWM leads 11-5
2/18/06 ........Milwaukee...................W ......67-44
1/12/06 ........Youngstown State ....W ......64-59
2/26/05 ........Youngstown State .....L .......75-68
1/29/05 ........Milwaukee....................L .......79-67
2/28/04 ........Youngstown State ....W ......59-51
1/31/04 ........Milwaukee...................W ......62-56
2/15/03 ........Milwaukee...................W ......74-54
1/11/03 ........Youngstown State ....W ......79-59
2/21/02 ........Youngstown State ....W ......67-46
2/2/02 ..........Milwaukee...................W ... 100-46
2/5/94 ..........Youngstown State ...W ......64-59
12/20/93 .....Milwaukee...................W ......73-64
2/29/92 ........Milwaukee...................W ......77-54
2/1/92 ..........Youngstown State .....L .......65-60
2/11/91 ........Milwaukee....................L .......95-66
1/7/91 ..........Youngstown State .....L .......84-54
Nov. 18 [email protected] Robert Morris - L, 68-60
Nov. 22 [email protected] Ohio - W, 69-59
Nov. 25 ........................... @ Indiana - L, 74-38
Nov. 26 ..............................vs. IUPUI - L, 53-50
Nov. 30 ........................Saint Louis - W, 80-71
Dec. 5.................................Oakland - L, 61-54
Dec. [email protected] Buffalo - L, 53-40
Dec. 10 ....... @ Eastern Michigan - L, 69-48
Dec. 17 .................... Indiana State - L, 96-57
Dec. 19 [email protected] Akron - W, 58-50
Dec. 21 ................... Coppin State - W, 69-62
Dec. 29 ............................ @ Butler* - L, 78-55
Dec. 31 ............... @ Wright State* - L, 65-62
Jan. 7...................................Detroit* - L, 77-48
Jan. 12 ....................Milwaukee* - L, 64-59
Jan. 14 .................UW-Green Bay* - L, 74-49
Jan. 19 ............. Cleveland State* - W, 68-56
Jan. 21 [email protected] Detroit* - L, 69-62
Jan. 26 [email protected] Loyola* - L, 75-65
Jan. 28 .................................. @ UIC* - L, 74-64
Feb. 2 .................................. Butler* - W, 71-63
Feb. 4 .......................Wright State* - L, 67-60
Feb. 11 .......................................UIC* - L, 68-49
Feb. 13 [email protected] Cleveland State* - W, 72-54
Feb. 16 [email protected] UW-Green Bay* - L, 81-69
Feb. 18............... @ Milwaukee* - L, 67-44
Feb. 23 ............................... Loyola* - W, 60-54
March 2 ......... @ UW-Green Bay* - L, 63-53
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 45
Milwaukee Panthers
Horizon League Opponents
2006-07 OPPONENTS
VIKINGS
SATURDAY, JAN. 20 • 2 P.M. • KLOTSCHE CENTER
THURSDAY, FEB. 15 • 6 P.M. • CLEVELAND, OHIO
Location ............................ Cleveland, Ohio
Colors ...................... Forest Green & White
Enrollment.........................................16,245
Founded ................................................ 1964
Conference ..................................... Horizon
Arena ................................ Wolstein Center
Capacity ..............................................13,610
President ................Dr. Michael Schwartz
Athletics Director ...................... Lee Reed
Athletics Phone .............. (216) 687-4800
Ticket Phone .................... (216) 687-4848
Head Coach .........................Kate Peterson
Alma Mater/Year..UW-Stevens Point/1991
Record at School ............... 20-65/3 years
Career Record .................................... Same
Assistant Coach ...................Kyle Rechlicz
Assistant Coach .......................Oties Epps
Assistant Coach ..................Angie Russell
WBB Contact ............................Alan Ashby
SID Phone ......................... (216) 687-5288
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (216) 523-7257
Press Row Phone ........... (216) 687-4819
Website ............................CSUVikings.com
2005-06 Overall Record .................. 4-24
2005-06 League Record ..........2-14/9th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................2/3
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........6/6
Series Record.............. UWM leads 17-12
Last Meeting .......UWM, 61-46 (1/28/06)
Top Returners
Dominique Butler (So., G, 5-9)
• 10.4 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 0.9 apg, 80 steals
Brittany Korth (Jr., G, 5-10)
• 5.6 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 2.9 apg, 47 steals
Newcomers (Yr, Pos., Ht., Transfer)
Katie Baxter (Fr., F, 6-2)
Stephanie Crosley (Fr., F, 5-11)
Kailey Klein (Fr., G/F, 5-11)
Angel Roque (Fr., G, 5-5)
Jessica Roque (Fr., G, 5-7)
Stephanie Youdath (So., C, 6-4)
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2006-07 SCHEDULE
Cleveland State University
Kate
Peterson
20-65 (4th Yr)
Overall: Same
Dominique
Butler
So. • Guard
10.4 ppg, 4.7 rpg
Nov. 10 ....................................... Miami (Ohio)
Nov. 12 .................................................. Niagara
Nov. 17 ................................................... @ Ohio
Nov. 21 .................................................. Colgate
Nov. 24 [email protected] Long Island
Nov. 25 ......................TBA (Long Island, N.Y.)
Nov. 28 ................................................... Buffalo
Dec. [email protected] Toledo
Dec. 4 .................................... St. Bonaventure
Dec. [email protected] Western Michigan
Dec. 10 ..................................................... Akron
Dec. 16 [email protected] Virginia
Dec. 19 .......................................................IUPUI
Dec. 28 ....................................................Butler*
Dec. 30 .......................................Wright State*
Jan. [email protected] UIC*
Jan. [email protected] Loyola*
Jan. 11 .................................................. Detroit*
Jan. 18 [email protected] UW-Green Bay*
Jan. 20 ................................... @ Milwaukee*
Jan. 27 [email protected] Youngstown State*
Feb. 1 ..................................................... Loyola*
Feb. 3 ............................................................UIC*
Feb. 10 [email protected] Detroit*
Feb. 15........................................Milwaukee*
Feb. 17 ....................................UW-Green Bay*
Feb. 24 ............................ Youngstown State*
March 1 ................................ @ Wright State*
March 3 [email protected] Butler*
* League games
SERIES HISTORY
UWM leads 17-12
1/28/06 ........Milwaukee...................W ......61-46
1/14/06 ........Cleveland St................W ......68-53
2/12/05 ........Cleveland St................W ......69-61
1/13/05 ........Milwaukee...................W ......71-66
2/14/04 ........Milwaukee...................W ......52-51
1/15/04 ........Cleveland St.................L .......59-57
3/6/03 ..........Green Bay, Wis.............L .......83-69
2/8/03 ..........Cleveland St................W ......88-81
1/4/03 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......89-73
2/14/02 ........Cleveland St. ..............W ......65-61
1/17/02 ........Milwaukee...................W ......80-67
2/10/01 ........Cleveland St................W ......83-75
1/11/01 ........Milwaukee...................W ......80-66
3/9/00 ..........Detroit, Mich................L .......73-68
2/12/00 ........Milwaukee...................W ......87-66
1/13/00 ........Cleveland St................W ......70-69
3/4/99 ..........Cleveland St.................L .......74-61
2/13/99 ........Cleveland St.................L .......85-80
1/14/99 ........Milwaukee....................L .......74-69
2/14/98 ........Milwaukee....................L .......68-63
1/15/98 ........Cleveland St.................L .......79-68
3/6/97 ..........Green Bay, Wis............W ......79-61
2/13/97 ........Milwaukee...................W ......68-65
1/18/97 ........Cleveland St.................L ......83-78
2/17/96 ........Cleveland St. (OT) .....W ... 101-99
1/20/96 ........Milwaukee....................L .......82-64
2/4/95 ..........Milwaukee....................L .......83-70
2/3/94 ..........Cleveland St.................L .......85-75
1/2/94 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......75-67
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
2005-06 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
Nov. 20 [email protected] Wisconsin - L, 84-59
Nov. 23 ............................ Hillsdale - W, 77-54
Nov. 25 [email protected] Akron - W, 62-59
Nov. 27 ...................... Connecticut - L, 85-51
Dec. [email protected] St. Bonaventure - L, 58-49
Dec. 6................Central Michigan - L, 66-44
Dec. 9.............................. @ Dayton - L, 67-59
Dec. 11 .......... Western Michigan - L, 92-77
Dec. 19 ................ @ West Virginia - L, 82-39
Dec. 22 .....................................Ohio - L, 76-64
Dec. 28 ................... Robert Morris - L, 65-54
Dec. 31 ............................. Detroit* - W, 76-67
Jan. 5..................................... @ UIC* - L, 68-66
Jan. [email protected] Loyola* - L, 73-65
Jan. 12 .................UW-Green Bay* - L, 66-51
Jan. 14 ................Milwaukee* - L, 68-53
Jan. 19 [email protected] Youngstown State* - L, 68-56
Jan. 26 [email protected] UW-Green Bay* - L, 76-52
Jan. 28 [email protected] Milwaukee* - L, 61-46
Feb. 2 .......................Wright State* - L, 65-52
Feb. 4 ....................................Butler* - L, 71-68
Feb. 9 .........................................UIC* - L, 76-52
Feb. 11 [email protected] Detroit* - L, 78-46
Feb. 13 ......... Youngstown State* - L, 72-54
Feb. 18 ............................... Loyola* - W, 71-62
Feb. 20 ................ @ Wright State* - L, 59-51
Feb. 23 ............................. @ Butler* - L, 75-62
Feb. 28 ..................... @ Loyola - L, 85-82 (Ot)
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2006-07 OPPONENTS
RAIDERS
THURSDAY, JAN. 25 • 6 P.M. • DAYTON, OHIO
SATURDAY, FEB. 24 • 2 P.M. • KLOTSCHE CENTER
Location ................................. Dayton, Ohio
Colors ...................... Hunter Green & Gold
Enrollment.........................................17,074
Founded ................................................ 1964
Conference ..................................... Horizon
Arena .....................................Nutter Center
Capacity ..............................................11,019
President .................. Dr. Kim Goldenberg
Athletics Director ... Dr. Michael Cusack
Athletics Phone .............. (937) 775-2771
Ticket Phone .................... (937) 775-4789
Head Coach .................. Bridgett Williams
Alma Mater/Year..Southern Illinois/1993
Record at School ............... 57-86/5 years
Career Record ..................67-132/7 years
Assistant Coach ...........Jenerrie Everette
Assistant Coach ...................Molly Marrin
Assistant Coach ............... Kevin Williams
WBB Contact ..........................Matt Zircher
SID Phone ......................... (937) 775-2831
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (937) 775-2368
Press Row Phone ........... (937) 775-4687
Website .......................... WSURaiders.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................12-16
2005-06 League Record ......... 8-8/t-5th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................4/1
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........7/3
Series Record.................UWM leads 18-9
Last Meeting ........ WSU, 69-67 (1/26/06)
Top Returners
Brittney Whiteside (Sr., G, 5-9)
• 13.9 ppg, 6.5 rpg, 3.0 apg, 60 steals
Whitney Lewis (Jr., F, 6-0)
• 10.3 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 2.0 apg, 80.0% FT
Tyanda Hammock (Sr., F, 5-10)
• 7.9 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 1.5 apg, 18 blocks
Newcomers (Yr, Pos., Ht., Transfer)
Heather Parrish (Fr., G, 5-7)
Erica Richardson (Fr., F, 6-1)
Tanni Scott (Fr., F, 6-2)
Kanisha Ward (Fr., G, 5-6)
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Bridgett
Williams
57-86 (6th Yr)
Overall: 67-132
Brittney
Whiteside
Sr. • Guard
13.9 ppg, 6.5 rpg
Nov. 18 [email protected] Ball State
Nov. 21 ....................................... Miami (Ohio)
Nov. 24 ....................vs. Indiana (Miami, Fla.)
Nov. 25..Miami/Nicholls State (Miami, Fla.)
Dec. 2...............................................Longwood
Dec. [email protected] Canisius
Dec. 9..................................Eastern Michigan
Dec. 14 ......................................... Wake Forest
Dec. 19 ............................................ @ Marshall
Dec. 22 ...................................................Dayton
Dec. 28 [email protected] Youngstown State*
Dec. 30 [email protected] Cleveland State*
Jan. 6........................................................Butler*
Jan. 11 ................................................... Loyola*
Jan. 13 ..........................................................UIC*
Jan. 20 [email protected] Detroit*
Jan. 25 ........................................Milwaukee*
Jan. 27 ....................................UW-Green Bay*
Feb. 3 [email protected] Butler*
Feb. 8 [email protected] UIC*
Feb. 10 [email protected] Loyola*
Feb. 15 .................................................. Detroit*
Feb. 22 [email protected] UW-Green Bay*
Feb. 24................................... @ Milwaukee*
March 1 .............................. Cleveland State*
March 3 ......................... Youngstown State*
Horizon League Opponents
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Wright State University
* League games
2005-06 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
SERIES HISTORY
UWM leads 18-9
1/26/06 ........Wright State ................L .......69-67
1/5/06 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......64-61
2/3/05 ..........Wright State ...............W ......57-53
1/20/05 ........Milwaukee...................W ......69-58
2/5/04 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......61-47
1/22/04 ........Wright State ...............W ......69-61
2/27/03 ........Milwaukee...................W ......83-75
1/23/03 ........Wright State ...............W ......76-65
2/7/02 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......65-47
1/10/02 ........Wright State ...............W ......70-52
3/8/01 ..........Wright State ...............W ......58-34
3/4/01 ..........Wright State ...............W ......74-52
2/1/01 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......72-59
3/4/00 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......75-68
2/3/00 ..........Wright State ...............W ......71-65
2/4/99 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......56-41
1/9/99 ..........Wright State ................L .......66-50
2/5/98 ..........Wright State ................L .......56-42
1/10/98 ........Milwaukee...................W ......68-60
2/8/97 ..........Wright State ................L .......60-44
1/13/97 ........Milwaukee...................W ......81-56
2/10/96 ........Milwaukee....................L .......60-47
1/15/96 ........Wright State ................L .......63-62
2/10/95 ........Wright State ................L .......69-35
2/10/94 ........Milwaukee....................L .......93-91
1/6/94 ..........Wright State ................L .......60-53
2/2/91 ..........Wright State ...............W ......73-55
11/20 [email protected] Virginia - L, 74-56
11/22 [email protected] Longwood - W, 80-77
11/26 ..........................vs. Montana - L, 57-47
11/27 .........vs. Western Carolina - W, 65-63
11/30 ............................... @ Miami - W, 70-60
12/6 ................................ @ Dayton - L, 63-59
12/10 [email protected] Toledo - L, 69-66
12/13 .................................Marshall - L, 72-66
12/17 ..............................Ball State - W, 77-74
12/20 ............................. Seton Hall - L, 64-48
12/31 ..........Youngstown State* - W, 65-62
1/5....................... @ Milwaukee* - L, 64-61
1/7 ................... @ UW-Green Bay* - L, 68-56
1/11 ................................... Loyola* - W, 80-55
1/14 ......................................Butler* - L, 78-56
1/16 [email protected] Detroit* - L, 68-59
1/21 [email protected] Loyola* - L, 85-77 (ot)
1/23 [email protected] UIC* - W, 69-59
1/26 ........................Milwaukee* - W, 69-67
1/28 ................................. @ Butler* - L, 71-67
2/2 [email protected] Cleveland State* - W, 65-52
2/4 .......... @ Youngstown State* - W, 67-60
2/7 ............................. @ Ohio State - L, 79-48
2/9 .......................................Detroit* - L, 55-45
2/16 ......................................... UIC* - W, 68-53
2/20 ................. Cleveland State* - W, 59-51
2/23 .....................UW-Green Bay* - L, 66-57
3/2 ................................. @ UIC* - L, 80-78 (ot)
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 47
Milwaukee Panthers
Horizon League Opponents
2006-07 OPPONENTS
2006-07 SCHEDULE
Butler University
BULLDOGS
SATURDAY, JAN. 27 • 1 P.M. • INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
THURSDAY, FEB. 22 • 7 P.M. • KLOTSCHE CENTER
Location ..........................Indianapolis, Ind.
Colors .......................................Blue & White
Enrollment........................................... 4,400
Founded ................................................ 1855
Conference ..................................... Horizon
Arena ............................ Hinkle Fieldhouse
Capacity ..............................................11,043
President ...........................Dr. Bobby Fong
Athletics Director ................Barry Collier
Athletics Phone .............. (317) 940-9375
Ticket Phone .................... (317) 940-3647
Head Coach ..........................Beth Couture
Alma Mater/Year ................ Erskine/1984
Record at School ............... 49-66/4 years
Career Record .............307-183/17 years
Associate Head Coach ............. Gene Hill
Assistant Coach .............. Amy Cherubini
Assistant Coach ................Rachel Bullard
WBB Contact ...........................Chris Urban
SID Phone ......................... (317) 940-9994
SID Email [email protected]
SID Fax ................................ (317) 940-9808
Press Row Phone ........... (317) 940-9817
Website ..........................ButlerSports.com
2005-06 Overall Record ................15-14
2005-06 League Record ............ 9-7/4th
Starters Returning/Lost .....................4/1
Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........8/3
Series Record.............. UWM leads 15-11
Last Meeting ......... UWM, 58-57 (3/5/06)
Top Returners
Jackie Closser (Sr., G, 5-5)
• 15.1 ppg, 2.0 rpg, 5.2 apg, 84 three’s
Lade Akande (So., C, 6-1)
• 16.2 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 2.1 apg, 41 blocks
Ellen Hamilton (Jr., G, 5-10)
• 11.2 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 2.1 apg, 46.6% three’s
Newcomers (Yr, Pos., Ht., Transfer)
Julie Seiss (Fr., G/F, 5-9)
Mel Thornton (Fr., F, 6-1)
Susan Lester (Fr., F/C, 6-2)
Tara Miller (So., G/F, 5-10, Indiana)
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Beth
Couture
49-66 (5th Yr)
Overall: 307-183
Jackie
Closser
Sr. • Guard
15.1 ppg, 5.2 apg
Nov. 12 ................................................ @ Illinois
Nov. 17 ...................................................Bradley
Nov. 21 ..vs. UC-Riverside (Anchorage, Alaska)
Nov. 22 .... vs. Alaska Anchorage/Air Force
.................................................(Anchorage, Ak.)
Nov. 26 ................................................... @ Ohio
Nov. 29 .......................................................IUPUI
Dec. 2.................................................. Ball State
Dec. 6............................................ @ Evansville
Dec. 10 ................................................... Purdue
Dec. 18 .......................................... @ Louisville
Dec. 20 [email protected] Tennessee State
Dec. 28 [email protected] Cleveland State*
Dec. 30 [email protected] Youngstown State*
Jan. 6...................................... @ Wright State*
Jan. 11 ..........................................................UIC*
Jan. 13 ................................................... Loyola*
Jan. 18 [email protected] Detroit*
Jan. 20 [email protected] IPFW
Jan. 25 ....................................UW-Green Bay*
Jan. 27 ........................................Milwaukee*
Feb. 3 ..........................................Wright State*
Feb. 8 [email protected] Loyola*
Feb. 10 [email protected] UIC*
Feb. 17 .................................................. Detroit*
Feb. 22................................... @ Milwaukee*
Feb. 24 [email protected] UW-Green Bay*
March 1 ......................... Youngstown State*
March 3 .............................. Cleveland State*
* League games
2005-06 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
SERIES HISTORY
UWM leads 15-10 Since Div. I (15-11 Overall)
3/5/06 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......58-57
2/11/06 ........Butler ............................W ......74-62
12/31/05 .....Milwaukee (OT) ..........L .......80-79
1/22/05 ........Milwaukee...................W ......66-61
1/3/05 ..........Butler ............................W ......76-49
1/24/04 ........Butler .............................L .......67-61
1/8/04 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......64-59
3/1/03 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......68-55
1/25/03 ........Butler ............................W ......70-62
1/23/02 ........Milwaukee...................W ......70-39
1/12/02 ........Butler ............................W ......79-47
3/1/01 ..........Butler ............................W ......67-62
2/3/01 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......80-61
3/2/00 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......71-57
2/5/00 ..........Butler .............................L .......82-74
2/6/99 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......78-63
1/7/99 ..........Butler .............................L .......87-69
2/7/98 ..........Butler .............................L .......75-59
1/8/98 ..........Milwaukee...................W ......61-59
2/6/97 ..........Butler (2OT) ................W ......92-91
1/11/97 ........Milwaukee....................L .......61-44
2/8/96 ..........Milwaukee....................L .......87-69
1/13/96 ........Butler .............................L .......97-67
2/26/95 ........Butler .............................L .......81-48
1/12/95 ........Milwaukee....................L .......65-46
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Nov. 18 [email protected] Purdue - L, 85-59
Nov. 25 .......... vs. Central Florida - W, 69-57
Nov. 26 .................. @ Saint Mary’s - L, 69-59
Nov. 30 [email protected] Eastern Illinois - W, 80-78 (ot)
Dec. 4..................vs. Indiana State - L, 85-72
Dec. [email protected] Miami (Ohio) - L, 88-72
Dec. 10 ............................ Ball State - L, 74-66
Dec. 19 ..........................Evansville - W, 83-78
Dec. 22 .................................UMBC - W, 72-66
Dec. 29 .......Youngstown State* - W, 78-55
Dec. 31 .... @ Milwaukee* - W, 80-79 (ot)
Jan. [email protected] IUPUI - L, 62-54
Jan. 7..........................................UIC* - L, 83-64
Jan. 12 ................................Detroit* - L, 71-69
Jan. 14 [email protected] Wright State* - W, 78-56
Jan. 18 ............................... Loyola* - W, 85-72
Jan. 22 [email protected] UW-Green Bay* - L, 56-51
Jan. 25 [email protected] IPFW* - W, 70-60
Jan. 28 ................... Wright State* - W, 71-67
Feb. 2 [email protected] Youngstown State* - L, 71-63
Feb. 4 [email protected] Cleveland State* - W, 71-68
Feb. 6 [email protected] Detroit* - W, 71-65
Feb. 11....................Milwaukee* - L, 74-62
Feb. 16 [email protected] Loyola* - W, 82-69
Feb. 18 .................................. @ UIC* - L, 85-66
Feb. 23 ............. Cleveland State* - W, 75-62
Feb. 25 .................UW-Green Bay* - L, 79-67
March 1 ............................. Detroit - W, 58-45
March 5 .............. @ Milwaukee - L, 58-57
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Dec. 2 Ball St. at Butler ............................Noon
Longwood at Wright St.............Noon
Detroit at Louisiana St. ...............2 pm
Milwaukee at Iowa St..................2 pm
Illinois St. at UW-Green Bay ......3 pm
Cleveland St. at Toledo ...............6 pm
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Dec. 3 Loyola at Bradley ..........................2 pm
UIC at Northern Iowa ..................4 pm
Dec. 4 St. Bonaventure at Cleveland St...6 pm
Dec. 5 Wright St. at Canisius ..................6 pm
Dec. 6 Loyola at Dayton ..........................4 pm
Butler at Evansville ......................6 pm
Detroit at Eastern Michigan .....6 pm
Youngstown St. at Indiana St. ..6 pm
Dec. 7 Cleveland St. at W. Michigan ....6 pm
UIC at Wisconsin ...........................7 pm
Iowa at UW-Green Bay ...............7 pm
Air Force at Milwaukee ..............7 pm
Dec. 9 E. Michigan at Wright St............Noon
Northern Iowa at Detroit...........1 pm
Air Force at UIC .............................3 pm
Indiana St. at UW-Green Bay ....3 pm
Dec. 10 Purdue at Butler ...........................2 pm
Akron at Cleveland St. ................2 pm
Milwaukee at N. Dakota St. .......2 pm
Dec. 13 Wisconsin at UW-Green Bay.....7 pm
Chicago St. at Milwaukee ..........7 pm
Dec. 14 Wake Forest at Wright St. ..........6 pm
Dec. 15 DePaul at Detroit..........................6 pm
Bradley at UIC ................................7 pm
Dec. 16 Akron at Youngstown St. ...........1 pm
Northern Iowa ...............................4 pm
Cleveland St. at Virginia .............6 pm
UW-Green Bay at Chicago St....7 pm
Dec. 17 DePaul at UIC.................................3 pm
Dec. 18 Butler at Louisville .......................6 pm
Robert Morris at Youngstown St...6 pm
Dec. 19 IUPUI at Cleveland St. ................4 pm
Loyola vs. DePaul..........................6 pm
Wright St. at Marshall..................6 pm
Detroit vs. SMU ............................... TBA
Dec. 20 Loyola vs. Syracuse ......................6 pm
Butler at Tennessee St.................7 pm
Northern Illinois at UIC ..............7 pm
Detroit vs. East Carolina ............... TBA
Dec. 21 Clarion at Youngstown St..........6 pm
Dec. 22 Dayton at Wright St. ....................6 pm
Dec. 23 Milwaukee at LaSalle .................Noon
Dec. 28 Detroit vs. New Hampshire ..3:30 pm
Butler at Cleveland St. ..................6 pm
Wright St. at Youngstown St........6 pm
Loyola at Milwaukee ....................7 pm
UIC at UW-Green Bay ...................7 pm
Dec. 29 Detroit vs. TBA ................................. TBA
Dec. 30 Loyola at UW-Green Bay..............1 pm
Butler at Youngstown St...............1 pm
UIC at Milwaukee ..........................2 pm
Wright St. at Cleveland St. ...........2 pm
UIC at Butler....................................6 pm
Jan. 13 UIC at Wright St.............................Noon
Milwaukee at UW-Green Bay......3 pm
Detroit at Youngstown St....... 4:15 pm
Loyola at Butler .............................5 pm
Jan. 16 Loyola at Chicago St....................7 pm
Jan. 18 Butler at Detroit .............................6 pm
Youngstown St. at Milwaukee .....7 pm
Cleveland St. at UW-Green Bay .....7 pm
Jan. 20 Butler at IPFW ...............................Noon
UIC at Loyola ..........................12:30 pm
Wright St. at Detroit ......................1 pm
Cleveland St. at Milwaukee .........2 pm
Youngstown St.at UW-Green Bay......3 pm
Jan. 25 Milwaukee at Wright St................6 pm
UW-Green Bay at Butler ...............6 pm
Detroit at UIC..................................7 pm
Jan. 27 UW-Green Bay at Wright St. .......Noon
Detroit at Loyola ....................12:30 pm
Milwaukee at Butler ......................1 pm
Cleveland St. at Youngstown St. .....1 pm
Jan. 4
Mar. 1
Youngstown St. at Loyola ...... 4:45 pm
UW-Green Bay at Detroit .............6 pm
Cleveland St. at UIC .......................7 pm
Jan. 6 Butler at Wright St. .......................Noon
Milwaukee at Detroit ............12:30 pm
Cleveland St. at Loyola .........12:30 pm
Youngstown St. at UIC ..................3 pm
Jan. 9 N. Dakota St. at UW-Green Bay...7 pm
Jan. 11 Detroit at Cleveland St. ................4 pm
Loyola at Wright St........................6 pm
Feb. 1
Feb. 3
Feb. 6
Feb. 8
Feb. 10
Feb. 13
Feb. 15
Feb. 17
Feb. 22
Feb. 24
Mar. 3
Loyola at Cleveland St. .................4 pm
UIC at Youngstown St. ..................6 pm
Detroit at Milwaukee ....................7 pm
UIC at Cleveland St........................2 pm
Loyola at Youngstown St. ...... 4:15 pm
Wright St. at Butler ........................5 pm
Detroit at UW-Green Bay .............7 pm
Youngstown St. at Oakland ......6 pm
Youngstown St. at Detroit ...........6 pm
Wright St. at UIC.............................7 pm
Butler at Loyola ..............................7 pm
Cleveland St. at Detroit ............11 a.m.
UW-Green Bay at Milwaukee .....2 pm
Wright St. at Loyola .......................3 pm
Butler at UIC....................................7 pm
UIC at Chicago St............................ TBA
Milwaukee at Cleveland St. .........6 pm
Detroit at Wright St. ......................6 pm
UW-Green Bay atYoungstown St.......6 pm
Loyola at UIC ..................................1 pm
UW-Green Bay at Cleveland St......2 pm
Detroit at Butler ...............................TBA
Milwaukee at Youngstown St. ......TBA
Loyola at Detroit ............................6 pm
Wright St. at UW-Green Bay ........7 pm
Butler at Milwaukee ......................7 pm
UIC at Detroit..................................1 pm
Wright St. at Milwaukee ...............2 pm
Youngstown St. at Cleveland St......2 pm
Butler at UW-Green Bay ...............3 pm
Horizon League Composite Schedule
Nov. 10 Bowling Green at Detroit ..........4 pm
Miami (OH) at Cleveland St.......6 pm
Milwaukee at South Florida ....6 pm
Cincinnati at Youngsown St........6 pm
UW-Green Bay at Kansas St. .....7 pm
Nov. 11 Western Michigan at UIC...........3 pm
Nov. 12 Butler at Illinois .............................2 pm
Niagara at Cleveland St..............2 pm
Northwestern at Loyola .............2 pm
Nov. 13 Milwaukee at Miami (FL) ...........6 pm
Nov. 14 Buffalo at Detroit..........................4 pm
Illinois at UIC .................................7 pm
Illinois St. at Loyola ......................7 pm
Nov. 15 Oakland at UW-Green Bay ........7 pm
Nov. 17 Youngstown St. at Coppin St....5 pm
Bradley at Butler ...........................6 pm
Cleveland St. at Ohio...................6 pm
Detroit at Western Michigan....6 pm
Central Michigan at UIC.............7 pm
Milwaukee at Drake ....................7 pm
Northern Arizona ........................7 pm
Nov. 18 Loyola at Illinois ............................2 pm
Wright St. at Ball St. .....................2 pm
Nov. 19 UIC at Eastern Illinois ..................2 pm
Milwaukee at C. Conn. St............2 pm
Nov. 20 Detroit at Michigan ....................6 pm
UW-Green Bay at Marquette....7 pm
Milwaukee at Wisconsin ...........7 pm
Nov. 21 Colgate at Cleveland St..............6 pm
Miami (OH) at Wright St.............6 pm
Buffalo at Youngstown St. ........6 pm
Butler vs. UC-Riverside ............ 11 pm
Nov. 22 Butler vs. TBA ................................... TBA
Nov. 24 Cleveland St. at Long Island .....1 pm
Wright St. vs. Indiana...................4 pm
Youngstown St. at UNC-Wilm. .5 pm
UW-Green Bay vs. Minnesota..5:30 pm
Milwaukee vs. San Jose St. ........7 pm
Nov. 25 Evansville at UIC ...........................3 pm
Loyola at North Texas .................5 pm
Cleveland St. vs. TBA ...................... TBA
Wright St. vs. TBA ............................ TBA
Youngstown St. vs. TBA ................ TBA
UW-Green Bay vs. .......................... TBA
Milwaukee vs. TBA ......................... TBA
Nov. 26 Butler at Ohio ................................1 pm
Nov. 28 Buffalo at Cleveland St. ..............6 pm
Loyola at Indiana St. ....................6 pm
Nov. 29 IUPUI at Butler ...............................6 pm
Detroit at Kentucky .....................6 pm
Toledo at Wright St. ....................6 pm
UIC at Northwestern ..................7 pm
DePaul at UW-Green Bay...........7 pm
Marquette at Milwaukee ...........7 pm
Nov. 30 Youngstown St. at Miami (OH) ...6 pm
Valparaiso at Loyola ....................7 pm
2006-07 OPPONENTS
Youngstown St. at Butler .............6 pm
Cleveland St. at Wright St.............6 pm
UW-Green Bay at Loyola..............7 pm
Milwaukee at UIC ..........................7 pm
Youngstown St. at Wright St........1 pm
Cleveland St. at Butler ..................1 pm
Milwaukee at Loyola ....................3 pm
UW-Green Bay at UIC ...................7 pm
League Games in Italics
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 49
Milwaukee Panthers
2007 Horizon League Tournament
2006-07 OPPONENTS
The transition to a new format for the
Horizon League Women’s Basketball
Championship is complete and 2007
will be the first year of the tournament’s
true format.
A first round game featuring the eighth
and ninth-seeded teams will take place
at the site of the eighth seed. Following
that, quarterfinal games will be played
at the top four seeds.
New for this year, the semifinals and
championship game will be played at
the highest remaining seed.
In previous seasons, the league transitioned to this format with a hybrid
format. A pre-determined host school
hosted the tournament as long as it was
still competing.
This year’s tournament gets underway
March 5 with a game between the eighth
and ninth-seeded teams, with the winner
advancing to one of four quarterfinals
games played on the campus of the
higher seeds March 7.
The highest remaning seed will then
host the semifinals March 9 and the
championship game March 11.
The schedule of the league tournament
has also been pushed back a full week,
with the championship game being
played the day before the NCAA an-
50
MILWAUKEE INDIVIDUAL
TOURNAMENT RECORDS
Minutes Played
40 - Daryl Schaffeld, 1997
vs. Cleveland State
nounces its tournament seedings. A day
off between the semifinals and championship is also new this season.
Milwaukee won the tournament last
year, hosting the semifinals and championship games as the top seed. It was
the Panthers second title in six years. UWGreen Bay has won seven of the last nine
league tournaments with UWM’s wins
breaking up the streak. The Panthers
are 9-10 all-time in the Horizon League
Tournament, with their championships
coming in 2001 and 2006.
TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
March 5 - First Round
Game #1: No. 9 Seed at No. 8 Seed
March 7 - Quarterfinals
Game #2: First Rd. Winner at No. 1 seed
Game #3: No. 7 seed at No. 2 seed
Game #4: No. 6 seed at No. 3 seed
Game #5: No. 5 seed at No. 4 seed
March 9 - Semifinals (at highest seed)
No. 1/8/9 vs. No. 4/5
No. 2/7 vs. No. 3/6
March 11 - at highest seed
Championship Game
YEARLY
CHAMPIONS
Year
Champion
Runner-Up
UWM
RESULTS
Date
Opponent
W/L Score
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
3/6/06
3/5/06
3/2/06
3/3/05
3/7/04
3/4/04
3/6/03
2/28/02
3/10/01
3/9/01
3/8/01
3/9/00
3/4/99
3/5/98
3/7/97
3/6/97
3/2/96
3/5/95
Milwaukee
UW-Green Bay
UW-Green Bay
UW-Green Bay
UW-Green Bay
Milwaukee
UW-Green Bay
UW-Green Bay
UW-Green Bay
Detroit
Butler
Northern Illinois
Notre Dame
Xavier
Notre Dame
Notre Dame
Notre Dame
Notre Dame
UIC
Wright State
Detroit
Detroit
Detroit
UW-Green Bay
Cleveland State
Detroit
Butler
UW-Green Bay
UW-Green Bay
LaSalle
Xavier
Butler
Xavier
Butler
Butler
Loyola
UIC ............................... W .........71-63
Butler .......................... W .........58-57
Loyola ......................... W .........76-56
Detroit ......................... L ..........59-49
Detroit ......................... L ..........64-58
UIC ............................... W .........72-59
Cleveland State ........ L ..........83-69
UIC ................................ L ..........75-67
UW-Green Bay ......... W .........77-62
Loyola ......................... W .........80-49
Wright State ............. W .........58-34
Cleveland State ........ L ..........73-68
Cleveland State ........ L ..........74-61
Detroit ......................... L ..........80-72
Detroit ......................... L ..........98-63
Cleveland State ....... W .........79-61
Northern Illinois ....... L ....... 117-52
UW-Green Bay .......... L ..........91-52
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Points
36 - Jessica Wilhite, 2001
vs. UW-Green Bay (League Record)
Field Goals Made
13 - Jessica Wilhite, 2001
vs.UW-Green Bay (Tied/League Record)
Three-Pointers Made
7 - Jessica Wilhite, 2001
vs. UW-Green Bay (League Record)
Free Throw Made
10 - Maria Viall, 2004
vs. Detroit
Rebounds
19 - Maria Viall, 2004
vs. UIC (Tied, League Record)
Assists
9 - Jen Greger, 1997
vs. Cleveland State
Steals
5 - Molly O’Brien, 2005 vs. Detroit; Corrin
Von Wald, 2000 vs. Cleveland State; Daryl
Schaffeld, 1997 vs. Cleveland State
Blocks
3 - Traci Edwards, 2006 vs. UIC; Maria
Viall, 2003 vs. Cleveland State; 2001 vs.
Loyola; Jessica Wilhite, 2001 vs. Loyola
TEAM TOURNAMENT RECORDS
Points - 80 - vs. Loyola, 2001
Field Goal Pct. - .489 - vs. Detroit, 1998
3-Pointers Made - 10 - vs. UWGB, 2001
3-Point FG Pct. - .556 - vs. UWGB, 2001
Free Throws Made - 24 - vs. UIC, 2004
Rebounds - 52 - vs. UWGB, 2001
Reb. Margin - +20 - vs. UWGB, 2001
Assists - 23 - vs. Loyola, 2006
Steals - 13 - vs. Wright State, 2001
Blocks - 7 - vs. UIC, 2006
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2005-06 IN REVIEW
Milwaukee played in the NCAA Tournament for the second time in 2006
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2005-06 Notes
2005-06 IN REVIEW
GOING STREAKING
The Panthers entered the 2006 NCAA
Tournament on a 12-game winning
streak. The run eclipsed the previous school standard of nine games,
achieved twice.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Milwaukee ended 2005 on a sour note,
losing to Butler in overtime after overcoming a large, late deficit. But, after
the calendar switched to 2006, the Panthers were all smiles. Milwaukee won
17-of-19 games to close out the season,
including its record 12-game win streak
through the league title game.
REACHING NEW HEIGHTS
Thanks to the Panthers’ success at the
end of the season, they pushed their
record to 22-9. The 22 wins set a team
Division I record, trumping the team’s
20-8 mark posted in 2001-02. UWM’s
run has also led to the team eclipsing
a school standard with its 31st game of
the season.
WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS
With UWM’s win over Loyola Feb. 25, it
clinched its second league championship and first since sharing the title with
UW-Green Bay in 2000-01. The Panthers
were once again co-champions with
UWGB, but earned the top seed by virtue of a regular season sweep of the
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Phoenix. Milwaukee was the top seed
in the tournament for the first time in
team history.
TAKING THINGS NATIONAL
The Panthers began popping up in the
national statistic rankings towards the
end of the season, sitting among the
top 50 in five categories at season’s end.
Their best field was assists and rebounding. The team finished 17th in assists
and 24th in rebounding margin among
the 324 Division I schools. UWM was
also 26th in field goal percentage, 28th
with just 15.6 personal fouls per game
and 46th in win percentage (.710).
CLEANING THE GLASS LIKE WINDEX
As evidenced by their national standing, the Panthers found success rebounding the ball all season. They led
the league by over 3.1 boards per game,
while their rebounding margin of +6.0
was 5.5 better than the next best team
(Youngstown, +0.5). In league play, Milwaukee’s numbers were even better, as
its 40.1 rpg average was 4.3 better than
second-best and its rebounding margin of +10.6 was 7.6 better than second.
UWM outrebounded 23-of-31 opponents last season, posting a 20-3 record
in those games.
SHARP SHOOTERS
Milwaukee did its best to reduce rebounding chances, shooting the ball
at a record pace last season. It hit on
44.7 percent of its shots from the field
to break the school record of 44.3 percent, set in 1991-92. In league play, that
figure jumped to 46.6 percent, leading
the league.
STIFLING DEFENSE
On the other end of the court, UWM
got the job done, as well. The Panthers
led the league in opponent field goal
percentage, both overall (41.9%) and
in league-only games (39.0%). Just one
league team eclipsed 45 percent shooting (46% at Butler) against Milwaukee
during the regular season, while nine
times it held an opponent to 37.5 percent or lower. The Panthers also finished
the league slate with 14 stretches of five
minutes-or-more where an opponent
was held without a field goal.
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
AWARDS
Sandy Botham
• League Coach of the Year
Traci Edwards
• League Newcomer of the Year
• All-League First Team
• League All-Newcomer Team
• League Tournament MVP
• League Player of the Week
(Jan. 9, Jan. 30)
Nichole Drummond
• All-League First Team
• League All-Defensive Team
• League Player of the Week
(Feb. 6, Feb. 13)
Meredith Onson
• League All-Newcomer Team
Molly O’Brien
• League All-Tournament Team
JUST GRAND!
With a lay-in just over midway through
the first half against UW-Green Bay Feb.
4, Nichole Drummond became the 14th
member of Milwaukee’s 1,000 point
club. She is also the sixth player to do
it in UWM’s Division I era. Maria Viall,
in 2002-03, had been the last player to
reach 1,000 and finished her career with
a school-record 1,867 points. Drummond finished with 1,153 career points
and jettisoned to No. 8 on the school’s
all-time scoring list.
20/20 VISION
Traci Edwards finished with a school-record 15 double-doubles on the season,
but it was No. 9 that proved to be the
most impressive. At Wright State Jan.
26, she scored a team-high 21 points
and pulled down a school-record 22
rebounds. The rookie center broke the
school mark of 21 reached last by Maria
Viall twice during the 2002-03 season.
The game was Milwaukee’s first 20/20
game since the second of those games,
Feb. 2, 2003. The 22 boards are also tied
for second in league history for a league
game. Feb. 13, Edwards nearly matched
her record-setting rebound feat, pulling
down 21 boards vs. UW-Green Bay.
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FRESHMEN HOST BLOCK PARTY
Traci Edwards finished her rookie season with 50 blocks, a UWM freshman record and second-best in school history.
Fellow frosh Katie Fournier was second
on the team with 13 on the year. She
also blocked seven shots in a two-game
stretch Feb. 18-23, including five against
Youngstown State Feb. 18. That figure is
tied for second-most in a game in team
history. Her season figure is fifth all-time
among UWM freshman.
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Nichole Drummond was named Horizon League Player of the Week in backto-back weeks last season, earning her
second-straight honor Feb. 13. Overall,
the Panthers garnered the award threestraight times and four times on the
year. Traci Edwards earned the award
twice, Jan.30 and Jan. 9.
COACHING MILESTONES
Sandy Botham became the second
coach in league history with 100 wins
when UWM topped Cleveland State
Jan. 28. She joined Green Bay’s Kevin
Borseth in the club. He won his 100th
league contest earlier in the season.
For Botham, it was the second notable
milestone she reached this season,
surpassing 150 wins at UWM Jan. 12
at Youngstown State. She is one of just
two coaches in school history to reach
the mark, joining M.A.Kelling (284).
CHANGE OF PACE
The 2004-05 Panthers established
themselves as a guard-oriented squad
and set school records for three-pointers made and attempted in a season.
Last season, UWM shifted gears, going
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EFFICIENT AIN’T SHE
Traci Edwards received a lot of attention last season for her gaudy scoring
and rebounding totals, but what was
most impressive was her efficiency
from the field. Edwards shot 59.9 percent from the field, a figure that ranked
10th in the nation. Among fellow freshman, her shooting percentage ranked
second nationally. She also broke the
school record for field goal percentage
in a season of 57.5 set by Maria Viall in
2001-02.
2005-06 IN REVIEW
gone inside and averaging almost seven less three-point attempts per game
(20.7-14.1). In fact, in back-to-back
games against Wright State (Jan. 5) and
Youngstown State (Jan. 14), the Panthers attempted just 14 treys, including a season-low six at YSU. Milwaukee
eclipsed 20 three-point tries just twice
after hitting the mark 19 times the year
before. Meanwhile, it has attempted 11
or fewer nine times, going 6-3 in those
games, and winning its last six.
BUT, THERE ARE EXCEPTIONS
With added pressure of opponents in
the paint on Traci Edwards, the Panthers
still took advantage of their outside
chances. At Green Bay Feb. 4, UWM attempted a season-high 26 three-pointers, hitting on a season-high nine. It’s
next outing was more conservative, as
Milwaukee hit 6-of-11 from behind the
arc for a season-best 54.5 percent. The
team was 10-0 last season when making at least six three’s, doing so last in
the league championship game (6-13).
ON THEIR BEST BEHAVIOR
The Panthers were on their best behavior last season on the basketball court.
In fact, when Molly O’Brien fouled out
at Wright State Jan. 26, she was just the
second and final UWM player to do so.
That tied for tops in the league (UWGreen Bay). That game, Milwaukee committed 19 fouls after a then-season-low
10 fouls against UIC and its previous
MILWAUKEE AMONG
NCAA DIV. I STATISTICAL LEADERS
Nichole Drummond
best of 11 the game before that at
Northwestern. Feb. 13 against UWGreen Bay, the Panthers were whistled
for just nine. On the other side of things,
opponents averaged 3.3 fouls more
than UWM and have had 16 players foul
out this season.
OOPS, WE DID IT AGAIN
Milwaukee first hosted Butler on New
Year’s Eve and overcame a 64-46 deficit
over the final 6:52 of regulation to force
overtime with the teams tied 67-67.
In the semifinals, the Bulldogs led 5342 with 7:26 to play. The second time
around, UWM outscored its guests 16-4
down the stretch for the 58-57 win.
TRACI EDWARDS AMONG
NCAA DIV. I LEADERS
(Top 50)
Assists ........................ 17th ........ 16.7/g
(1. Duke - 20.5/g)
• Field Goal Pct. ....... 10th .........59.9%
• Rebounding .......... 24th ........ 10.0/g
AMONG DIVISION I FRESHMAN
Reb. Margin .............. 24th ............ +6.0
(1. Maryland - +11.9)
(Compiled by Portland State
Sports Information Office)
Field Goal Pct........... 26th .........44.7%
(1. Duke - 49.8%)
• Games Started...... t-6th ................ 30
• Scoring ......................5th.......... 16.1/g
• Field Goal Pct. ........ 2nd ..........59.9%
• Rebounds .................4th.......10.0 rpg
• 20-Point Games .....3rd.................. 11
• 10-Reb. Games...... t-3rd ................ 16
• Double-Doubles ....3rd.................. 15
Personal Fouls ......... 28th ........ 15.0/g
(1. Iowa State - 11.8/g)
Win-Loss Pct. ........... 46th .........71.0%
(1. North Carolina - 94.3%)
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2005-06 Statistics
2005-06 IN REVIEW
2005-06 OVERALL STATISTICS
RECORD
OVERALL
All Games
22-9
League Games
14-2
Non-League Games
8-7
HOME
13-3
7-1
6-2
AWAY
9-5
7-1
2-4
TOTAL
##
54
22
25
23
21
34
52
12
11
04
33
05
45
20
32
30
44
TM
PLAYER
Traci Edwards
Nichole Drummond
Molly O’Brien
Meredith Onson
Emily Markert
Megan Rogers
Dana Schultz
Kim Wypiszynski
Aubrey Hampton
Turquoise McCain
Katie Fournier
Amanda Cook
Aubri Rote
Tiffany Morton
Kiley Johnson
Meghan Klein
Elisha Hudson
TEAM
Panthers
Opponents
NEUTRAL
0-1
0-0
0-1
3-PTS
SCORE BY PERIODS 1ST
Milwaukee
974
Opponents
907
2ND
1065
1077
2OT TOTAL
7
2083
4
2024
REBOUNDS
GP-GS MIN/G FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF-DEF TOT AVG PF-FO
31-30 30.1 182-304 .599
0-1
.000 136-218 .624 122-189 311 10.0 79-1
31-31 30.5 132-330 .400 38-119 .319 79-100 .790 44-77 121 3.9 51-0
31-28 33.4 131-268 .489 20-68 .294 27-40 .675 61-127 188 6.1 65-1
31-27 31.5 86-196 .439 21-58 .362 30-37 .811 17-76 93 3.0 42-0
29-0 12.7 46-111 .414 21-51 .412 14-23 .609 8-45
53 1.8 29-0
26-0 13.6 28-84 .333 11-32 .344 36-45 .800 17-28 45 1.7 24-0
27-26 16.3 38-87 .437
0-1
.000 16-33 .485 26-35 61 2.3 49-0
23-5 10.5 29-60 .483
0-1
.000 18-23 .783 18-34 52 2.3 15-0
30-4 12.6 24-83 .289 19-65 .292 23-29 .793 4-12
16 0.5 28-0
27-3
7.5
20-52 .385 3-11 .273 23-38 .605 8-15
23 0.9 28-0
20-0
9.7
16-46 .348
0-1
.000 9-18 .500 19-36 55 2.8 33-0
17-1
5.5
11-28 .393
1-6
.167 9-20 .450
4-7
11 0.6 10-0
17-0
4.1
7-20 .350
6-9
.667
7-9
.778 11-5
16 0.9
5-0
7-0
3.9
3-5
.600
0-0
.000
2-4
.500
2-8
10 1.4
4-0
10-0
2.7
3-16 .188 2-12 .167
0-2
.000
0-2
2
0.2
2-0
5-0
1.0
0-1
.000
0-0
.000
0-0
.000
0-0
0
0.0
1-0
8-0
1.5
0-2
.000
0-1
.000
0-2
.000
0-0
0
0.0
1-0
49-76 125 4.0
31
31
OT
37
36
A
80
59
97
98
37
28
44
13
34
6
8
10
1
0
0
0
2
TO
74
75
71
83
48
41
44
27
43
36
15
15
4
5
4
2
4
13
BLK
49
12
6
1
7
2
4
4
0
2
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
STL
45
26
59
22
9
11
16
5
9
10
6
4
2
0
0
0
1
PTS AVG
500 16.1
381 12.3
309 10.0
223 7.2
127 4.4
103 4.0
92 3.4
76 3.3
90 3.0
66 2.4
41 2.1
32 1.9
27 1.6
8
1.1
8
0.8
0
0.0
0
0.0
756-1693 .447 142-436 .326 429-641 .669 410-772 1182 38.1 466-2 517 604 100 225 2083 67.2
755-1801 .419 162-493 .329 352-498 .707 344-653 997 32.2 568-16 416 488 95 329 2024 65.3
2005-06 HORIZON LEAGUE STATISTICS
RECORD
League Games
OVERALL
14-2
##
54
22
25
23
21
52
34
11
12
20
45
04
05
33
32
30
44
TM
GP-GS MIN/G
16-16 30.1
16-16 31.7
16-16 33.3
16-15 33.2
14-0 13.2
16-15 18.1
12-0 10.2
16-0 12.1
12-1
7.9
3-0
4.0
10-0
5.1
13-0
5.7
9-1
4.8
9-0
9.7
5-0
2.0
4-0
1.0
5-0
1.4
HOME
7-1
AWAY
7-1
TOTAL
PLAYER
Traci Edwards
Nichole Drummond
Molly O’Brien
Meredith Onson
Emily Markert
Dana Schultz
Megan Rogers
Aubrey Hampton
Kim Wypiszynski
Tiffany Morton
Aubri Rote
Turquoise McCain
Amanda Cook
Katie Fournier
Kiley Johnson
Meghan Klein
Elisha Hudson
TEAM
Panthers
Opponents
54
16
16
FG-FGA
96-156
76-179
66-129
44-106
25-59
29-64
13-29
13-47
11-21
2-3
5-12
7-16
5-11
6-21
1-3
0-1
0-0
NEUTRAL
0-0
SCORE BY PERIODS 1ST
Milwaukee
522
Opponents
440
2ND
552
490
3-PTS
REBOUNDS
PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA
.615
0-1
.000 78-125
.425 21-62 .339 47-62
.512 11-28 .393 8-14
.415 11-31 .355 10-14
.424 15-32 .469 9-15
.453
0-1
.000 11-23
.448 5-13 .385 14-17
.277 8-32 .250 9-10
.524
0-1
.000 8-10
.667
0-0
.000
2-4
.417
4-4 1.000 3-5
.438
0-1
.000 8-17
.455
0-3
.000 4-10
.286
0-0
.000
1-3
.333
1-3
.333
0-2
.000
0-0
.000
0-0
.000
0-0
.000
0-2
PCT OFF-DEF TOT AVG PF-FO
.624 72-119 191 11.9 36-0
.758 25-46 71 4.4 26-0
.571 28-64 92 5.8 29-1
.714 9-49
58 3.6 23-0
.600 5-23
28 2.0 11-0
.478 16-20 36 2.3 28-0
.824
6-9
15 1.3 10-0
.900
0-9
9
0.6 18-0
.800 6-20
26 2.2
9-0
.500
2-5
7
2.3
1-0
.600
6-5
11 1.1
4-0
.471
1-7
8
0.6 15-0
.400
2-4
6
0.7
6-0
.333 10-17 27 3.0 16-0
.000
0-1
1
0.2
1-0
.000
0-0
0
0.0
1-0
.000
0-0
0
0.0
1-0
26-30 56 3.5
399-857 .466
352-903 .390
76-212
76-260
.358 212-333 .637 214-428 642 40.1 235-1
.292 163-224 .728 153-320 473 29.6 280-8
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
A
41
33
50
61
21
28
10
14
6
0
1
3
6
2
0
0
1
OT
12
13
2OT TOTAL
-- 1086
-943
TO BLK STL PTS AVG
37 21 29 270 16.9
36 5 12 220 13.8
31 2 26 151 9.4
54 0
9 109 6.8
25 4
4 74 5.3
25 3 13 69 4.3
17 0
4 45 3.8
20 0
5 43 2.7
9 0
2 30 2.5
2 0
0
6
2.0
4 0
1 17 1.7
13 0
5 22 1.7
11 0
2 14 1.6
4 9
1 13 1.4
1 0
0
3
0.6
2 0
0
0
0.0
4 0
0
0
0.0
4
277 299 44 113 1086 67.9
188 241 43 159 943 58.9
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OPPONENT
@ Oklahoma!
OAKLAND
@ Iowa
@ SE Missouri State
W/L
L
WOT
L
W2OT
SCORE
57-89
73-71
42-82
90-87
ATTEND
5711
391
2868
671
Nov. 30
DePAUL
L
79-91
567
Dec. 2
Dec. 4
SE MISSOURI STATE
@ South Dakota State
W
L
73-70
55-70
343
1015
Dec. 11
Dec. 14
Dec. 18
Dec. 29
Dec. 31
NORTHERN MICHIGAN W
WISCONSIN
L
@ Marquette
L
@ Detroit*
W
BUTLER*
LOT
77-65
57-72
62-70
74-56
79-80
479
813
1552
308
851
Jan. 5
Jan. 12
Jan. 14
Jan. 18
WRIGHT STATE*
@ Youngstown State*
@ Cleveland State*
@ Northwestern
W
W
W
W
64-61
64-59
68-53
81-73
403
2267
108
461
Jan. 21
Jan. 26
Jan. 28
UIC*
@ Wright State
CLEVELAND STATE*
W
L
W
55-54
67-69
61-46
603
179
907
Feb. 4
Feb. 9
Feb. 11
@ UW-Green Bay*
LOYOLA*
@ Butler*
W
W
W
69-67
67-58
74-62
1850
1175
334
Feb. 13
Feb. 16
Feb. 18
UW-GREEN BAY*
W
DETROIT*
W
YOUNGSTOWN STATE* W
65-55
69-55
67-44
1087
181
361
Feb. 23
Feb. 25
@ UIC*
@ Loyola*
65-58
78-66
503
395
W
W
HIGH POINTS
(14) Turquoise McCain
(19) Traci Edwards
(11) Traci Edwards
(20) Traci Edwards
(20) Nichole Drummond
(21) Traci Edwards
HIGH REBOUNDS
(5) Meredith Onson
(10) Molly O’Brien
(11) Traci Edwards
(12) Traci Edwards
(21) Traci Edwards
(21) Traci Edwards
(18) Nichole Drummond
(18) Meredith Onson
(18) Traci Edwards
(15) Nichole Drummond
(21) Traci Edwards
(17) Nichole Drummond
(11) Traci Edwards
(13) Traci Edwards
(14) Traci Edwards
(9) Traci Edwards
(8) Traci Edwards
(8) Molly O’Brien
(18) Traci Edwards
(9) Traci Edwards
(17) Traci Edwards
(4) Dana Schultz
(4) Molly O’Brien
(4) Megan Rogers
(16) Traci Edwards
(12) Traci Edwards
(15) Nichole Drummond (10) Traci Edwards
(15) Emily Markert
(11) Molly O’Brien
(20) Traci Edwards
(8) Traci Edwards
(24) Traci Edwards
(14) Traci Edwards
(14) Traci Edwards
(22) Traci Edwards
(11) Traci Edwards
(16) Nichole Drummond (10) Traci Edwards
(17) Nichole Drummond (9) Traci Edwards
(23) Traci Edwards
(9) Traci Edwards
(9) Molly O’Brien
(23) Nichole Drummond (21) Traci Edwards
(15) Traci Edwards
(8) Traci Edwards
(16) Nichole Drummond (6) Traci Edwards
(6) Katie Fournier
(17) Molly O’Brien
(10) Traci Edwards
(28) Traci Edwards
(11) Traci Edwards
Horizon League Tournament Quarterfinals - Klotsche Center
March 2
LOYOLA
W
76-56
366
(23) Traci Edwards
(10) Traci Edwards
Horizon League Tournament Semifinals - Klotsche Center
March 5
BUTLER
W
58-57
825
(14) Molly O’ Brien
(7) Molly O’ Brien
Horizon League Tournament Championship - Klotsche Center
March 6
UIC
W
71-63
616
(24) Traci Edwards
(10) Molly O’ Brien
NCAA Tournament First Round - Rosemont, Ill.
March 18
vs. Michigan State
L
46-65
(13) Traci Edwards
(7) Traci Edwards
3396
2005-06 Schedule/Results
2005-06 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
DATE
Nov. 11
Nov. 18
Nov. 20
Nov. 25
* - League Game
! - Preseason WNIT
Home Games in BOLD CAPS
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2005-06 MILWAUKEE GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
OPPONENT
SCORE
@ Oklahoma
57-89
OAKLAND
73-71
@ Iowa
42-82
@ SEMO
90-87
DePAUL
79-91
SEMO
73-70
@ South Dakota St. 55-70
N. MICHIGAN
77-65
WISCONSIN
57-72
@ Marquette
62-70
@ Detroit
74-56
BUTLER
79-80
WRIGHT STATE
64-61
@ Youngstown St. 64-59
@ Cleveland St.
68-53
at Northwestern 81-73
UIC
55-54
@ Wright State
67-69
CLEVELAND ST. 61-46
@ UW-Green Bay 69-67
LOYOLA
67-58
@ Butler
74-62
UW-GREEN BAY 65-55
DETROIT
69-55
YOUNGSTOWN ST. 67-44
@ UIC
65-58
@ Loyola
78-66
LOYOLA
76-56
BUTLER
58-57
UIC
71-63
vs Michigan St.
46-65
W/L
L
Wot
L
W2ot
L
W
L
W
L
L
W
Lot
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
FG’S
17-48
25-62
16-54
31-60
26-51
20-53
21-49
28-70
19-59
26-62
24-48
31-75
24-51
22-49
26-52
30-54
21-44
25-61
20-52
27-54
25-53
33-55
22-45
21-44
26-55
24-59
28-60
32-66
24-58
23-48
19-42
PCT
.354
.403
.296
.517
.510
.377
.429
.400
.322
.419
.500
.413
.471
.449
.500
.556
.477
.410
.385
.500
.472
.600
.489
.477
.473
.407
.467
.485
.414
.479
.452
3PT’S
5-14
6-17
2-16
5-15
5-11
5-16
5-17
5-22
3-10
3-16
6-15
2-11
2-8
2-6
8-18
7-18
1-11
3-14
4-15
9-26
6-11
4-9
8-16
3-7
4-13
7-15
7-17
3-13
4-14
6-13
2-12
PCT
.357
.353
.125
.333
.455
.313
.294
.227
.300
.188
.400
.182
.250
.333
.444
.389
.091
.214
.267
.346
.545
.444
.500
.429
.308
.467
.412
.231
.286
.462
.167
FT’S
18-29
17-24
8-15
23-33
22-26
28-37
8-11
16-22
16-20
7-12
20-25
15-26
14-21
18-31
8-17
14-24
12-18
14-21
17-27
6-10
11-16
4-10
13-18
24-34
11-16
10-22
15-21
9-12
6-7
19-25
6-11
PCT OFF-DEF TOT AVG PF A TO BL STL Pts-Avg
.621 12-19 31 31.0 18 6 22 5 6 57-57.0
.708 15-36 51 41.0 19 15 22 2 4 73-65.0
.533 22-11 33 38.3 18 7 31 3 8 42-57.3
.697 11-34 45 40.0 20 15 27 4 9 90-65.5
.846 7-25 32 38.4 17 21 26 4 10 79-68.2
.757 16-20 36 38.0 20 13 15 2 8 73-69.0
.727 9-23 32 37.1 13 18 27 5 6 55-67.0
.727 23-24 47 38.4 16 19 16 4 8 77-68.2
.800 8-24 32 37.7 13 15 14 5 10 57-67.0
.583 13-18 31 37.0 18 15 20 1 11 62-66.5
.800 9-32 41 37.4 15 15 21 2 7 74-67.2
.577 25-23 48 38.2 15 15 15 1 8 79-68.2
.667 10-39 49 39.1 18 22 22 1 3 64-67.8
.581 9-26 35 38.8 19 12 15 2 8 64-67.6
.471 14-28 42 39.0 17 19 25 3 10 68-67.6
.583 11-18 29 38.4 11 25 17 0 8 81-68.4
.667 8-33 41 38.5 10 17 24 4 7 55-67.6
.667 23-27 50 39.2 19 13 23 2 3 67-67.6
.630 16-28 44 39.4 14 16 19 1 7 61-67.3
.600 12-23 35 39.2 14 19 14 3 4 69-67.3
.688 14-15 29 38.7 17 18 16 2 10 67-67.3
.400 12-22 34 38.5 11 18 15 0 5 74-67.6
.722 11-30 41 38.6 9 17 21 3 5 65-67.5
.706 10-32 42 38.8 13 13 18 4 5 69-67.6
.688 13-22 35 38.6 16 18 17 7 12 67-67.6
.455 17-26 43 38.8 14 22 21 4 8 65-67.5
.714 11-22 33 38.6 14 23 13 5 11 78-67.9
.750 17-24 41 38.6 11 23 9 6 7 76-68.1
.857 14-21 35 38.5 10 18 14 4 4 58-67.8
.760 11-26 37 38.5 15 17 23 7 6 71-67.9
.545 7-21 28 38.1 12 13 22 4 7 46-67.2
Milwaukee
2083
756-1693 .447 142-436 .326 429-641
.669 410-772 1182 38.1 466 517 604 100 225
67.2
Opponents
2024
755-1801 .419 162-493 .329 352-498
.707 344-653 997 32.2 568 416 488 95 329
65.3
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OPPONENT
SCORE
@ Oklahoma
57-89
OAKLAND
73-71
@ Iowa
42-82
@ SEMO
90-87
DePAUL
79-91
SEMO
73-70
@ South Dakota St. 55-70
N. MICHIGAN
77-65
WISCONSIN
57-72
@ Marquette
62-70
@ Detroit
74-56
BUTLER
79-80
WRIGHT STATE
64-61
@ Youngstown St. 64-59
@ Cleveland St.
68-53
@ Northwestern 81-73
UIC
55-54
@ Wright State
67-69
CLEVELAND ST. 61-46
@ UW-Green Bay 69-67
LOYOLA
67-58
@ Butler
74-62
UW-GREEN BAY 65-55
DETROIT
69-55
YOUNGSTOWN ST. 67-44
@ UIC
65-58
@ Loyola
78-66
LOYOLA
76-56
BUTLER
58-57
UIC
71-63
vs Michigan State 46-65
W/L
L
Wot
L
W2ot
L
W
L
W
L
L
W
Lot
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
FG’S
37-71
26-65
31-53
32-81
37-83
25-46
24-66
20-54
27-60
25-45
22-63
29-68
23-64
20-55
20-54
29-52
23-67
25-57
17-49
22-53
19-43
23-50
22-61
24-64
16-45
22-52
25-58
21-54
21-44
24-63
24-61
PCT
.521
.400
.585
.395
.446
.543
.364
.370
.450
.556
.349
.426
.359
.364
.370
.558
.343
.439
.347
.415
.442
.460
.361
.375
.356
.423
.431
.389
.477
.381
.393
3PT’S
6-18
7-21
2-6
8-29
6-22
8-15
7-20
10-17
6-12
3-9
3-19
7-23
4-16
5-16
3-9
5-7
3-18
4-8
1-12
10-24
5-13
6-18
6-24
7-27
2-4
4-16
6-13
4-12
7-12
4-18
3-15
PCT
.333
.333
.333
.276
.273
.533
.350
.588
.500
.333
.158
.304
.250
.313
.333
.714
.167
.500
.083
.417
.385
.333
.250
.259
.500
.250
.462
.333
.583
.222
.200
FT’S
9-17
12-18
18-24
15-21
11-16
12-18
15-21
15-19
12-18
17-28
9-15
15-18
11-19
14-19
10-15
10-11
5-6
15-21
11-14
13-14
15-19
10-12
5-7
0-3
10-17
10-14
1011
10-12
8-15
11-19
14-17
PCT OFF-DEF TOT AVG PF A TO BL STL Pts-Avg
.529 20-25 45 45.0 25 20 12 6 12 89-89.0
.667 8-27 35 40.0 21 12 14 0 11 71-80.0
.750 13-19 32 37.3 20 21 20 5 17 82-80.7
.714 17-24 41 38.2 24 25 17 0 16 87-82.2
.688 25-20 45 39.6 23 18 17 3 11 91-84.0
.667 5-20 25 37.2 27 14 19 2 8 70-81.7
.714 20-22 42 37.9 18 10 14 2 18 70-80.0
.789 11-23 34 37.4 22 7 20 4 8 65-78.1
.667 13-32 45 38.2 17 21 18 9 9 72-77.4
.607 6-25 31 37.5 13 17 21 4 12 70-76.7
.600 12-16 28 36.6 21 9 11 1 8 56-74.8
.833 17-26 43 37.2 19 17 18 4 7 80-75.2
.579 8-23 31 36.7 19 10 7 3 15 61-74.2
.737 11-26 37 36.7 20 14 13 2 7 59-73.1
.667 9-15 24 35.9 13 12 19 2 16 53-71.7
.909 6-19 25 35.2 21 19 21 2 9 73-71.8
.833 10-20 30 34.9 16 12 13 3 6 54-70.8
.714 9-17 26 34.4 16 15 11 5 11 69-70.7
.786 6-22 28 34.1 23 6 18 3 12 46-69.4
.929 8-19 27 33.7 12 12 9 1 5 67-69.2
.789 11-16 27 33.4 14 15 23 1 10 58-68.7
.833 6-14 20 32.8 14 12 13 2 8 62-68.4
.714 10-17 27 32.5 15 8 10 2 17 55-67.8
.000 10-20 30 32.4 27 9 14 5 9 55-67.3
.588 8-19 27 32.2 14 9 22 3 9 44-66.4
.714 6-25 31 32.2 20 11 18 4 15 58-66.0
.909 12-25 37 32.3 17 17 22 2 4 66-66.0
.833 10-20 30 32.2 14 11 12 4 3 56-65.7
.533 6-20 26 32.0 13 10 15 6 7 57-65.4
.579 14-19 33 32.1 18 8 15 3 15 63-65.3
.824 17-18 35 32.2 12 15 12 2 14 65-65.3
Opponents
2024
755-1801 .419 162-493 .329 352-498
.707 344-653 997 32.2 568 416 488 95 329
65.3
Milwaukee
2083
756-1693 .447 142-436 .326 429-641
.669 410-772 1182 38.1 466 517 604 100 225
67.2
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POINTS
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MILWAUKEE TEAM GAME HIGHS
90 ................................ at SEMO (11/25)
81 ...................at Northwestern (1/18)
79 ................................vs Butler (12/31)
79 ..............................vs DePaul (11/30)
78 ................................. at Loyola (2/25)
FIELD GOALS MADE
33 ...................................at Butler (2/11)
32 ....................................vs Loyola (3/2)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 75 ................................vs Butler (12/31)
70 ..... vs Northern Michigan (12/11)
FIELD GOAL PCT.
.600 (33-55) ..........................at Butler (2/11)
.556 (30-54) ..........at Northwestern (1/18)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 9......................at UW-Green Bay (2/4)
8................... vs UW-Green Bay (2/13)
8................. at Cleveland State (1/14)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
26 ....................at UW-Green Bay (2/4)
22 ..... vs Northern Michigan (12/11)
3 PT FG PCT.
.545 (6-11) ............................vs Loyola (2/9)
.500 (8-16) ......... vs UW-Green Bay (2/13)
FREE THROWS MADE
28 .................................. vs SEMO (12/2)
24 ................................ vs Detroit (2/16)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 37 .................................. vs SEMO (12/2)
34 ................................ vs Detroit (2/16)
FREE THROW PCT.
.857 (6-7)...............................vs Butler (3/5)
.846 (22-26) .....................vs DePaul (11/30)
REBOUNDS
51 ...........................vs Oakland (11/18)
50 ......................at Wright State (1/26)
ASSISTS
25 ...................at Northwestern (1/18)
23 ....................................vs Loyola (3/2)
23 ................................. at Loyola (2/25)
STEALS
12 ..........vs Youngstown State (2/18)
11 ................................. at Loyola (2/25)
11 .......................at Marquette (12/18)
BLOCKED SHOTS
7............................................vs UIC (3/6)
7............vs Youngstown State (2/18)
TURNOVERS
31 .................................. at Iowa (11/20)
27 ........at South Dakota State (12/4)
27 ................................ at SEMO (11/25)
FOULS
20 .................................. vs SEMO (12/2)
20 ................................ at SEMO (11/25)
MILWAUKEE TEAM GAME LOWS
POINTS
42 .................................. at Iowa (11/20)
46 ................ vs Michigan State (3/18)
55 ........at South Dakota State (12/4)
55 ....................................... vs UIC (1/21)
57 ....................... at Oklahoma (11/11)
57 ........................vs Wisconsin (12/14)
FIELD GOALS MADE
16 .................................. at Iowa (11/20)
17 ....................... at Oklahoma (11/11)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 42 ................ vs Michigan State (3/18)
44 ....................................... vs UIC (1/21)
44 ................................ vs Detroit (2/16)
FIELD GOAL PCT.
.296 (16-54) ......................... at Iowa (11/20)
.322 (19-59) ...............vs Wisconsin (12/14)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 1......................................... vs UIC (1/21)
2.................................... at Iowa (11/20)
2..................................vs Butler (12/31)
2..........................vs Wright State (1/5)
2............ at Youngstown State (1/12)
2.................. vs Michigan State (3/18)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
6............ at Youngstown State (1/12)
7.................................. vs Detroit (2/16)
3 PT FG PCT.
.091 (1-11) ............................... vs UIC (1/21)
.125 (2-16) .......................... at Iowa (11/20)
FREE THROWS MADE
4.....................................at Butler (2/11)
6......................at UW-Green Bay (2/4)
6.......................................vs Butler (3/5)
6.................. vs Michigan State (3/18)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 7.......................................vs Butler (3/5)
10 ....................at UW-Green Bay (2/4)
10 ...................................at Butler (2/11)
FREE THROW PCT. .400 (4-10) ...........................at Butler (2/11)
.455 (10-22) .............................. at UIC (2/23)
REBOUNDS
28 ................ vs Michigan State (3/18)
29 ...................at Northwestern (1/18)
29 ....................................vs Loyola (2/9)
ASSISTS
6......................... at Oklahoma (11/11)
7.................................... at Iowa (11/20)
STEALS
3..........................vs Wright State (1/5)
3........................at Wright State (1/26)
BLOCKED SHOTS
0.....................at Northwestern (1/18)
0.....................................at Butler (2/11)
TURNOVERS
9......................................vs Loyola (3/2)
13 ................................. at Loyola (2/25)
FOULS
9................... vs UW-Green Bay (2/13)
10 ....................................... vs UIC (1/21)
10 .....................................vs Butler (3/5)
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POINTS
91 ..............................vs DePaul (11/30)
89 ....................... at Oklahoma (11/11)
87 ................................ at SEMO (11/25)
82 .................................. at Iowa (11/20)
80 ................................vs Butler (12/31)
FIELD GOALS MADE
37 ..............................vs DePaul (11/30)
37 ....................... at Oklahoma (11/11)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 83 ..............................vs DePaul (11/30)
81 ................................ at SEMO (11/25)
FIELD GOAL PCT.
.585 (31-53) ......................... at Iowa (11/20)
.558 (29-52) ..........at Northwestern (1/18)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 10 ....................at UW-Green Bay (2/4)
10 ..... vs Northern Michigan (12/11)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
29 ................................ at SEMO (11/25)
27 ................................ vs Detroit (2/16)
3 PT FG PCT.
.714 (5-7).............at Northwestern (1/18)
.588 (10-17) ........... vs N. Michigan (12/11)
FREE THROWS MADE
18 .................................. at Iowa (11/20)
17 .......................at Marquette (12/18)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 28 .......................at Marquette (12/18)
24 .................................. at Iowa (11/20)
FREE THROW PCT. .929 (13-14) ...........at UW-Green Bay (2/4)
.909 (10-11) ........................ at Loyola (2/25)
.909 (10-11) ..........at Northwestern (1/18)
REBOUNDS
45 ........................vs Wisconsin (12/14)
45 ..............................vs DePaul (11/30)
45 ....................... at Oklahoma (11/11)
ASSISTS
25 ................................ at SEMO (11/25)
21 ........................vs Wisconsin (12/14)
21 .................................. at Iowa (11/20)
STEALS
18 ........at South Dakota State (12/4)
17 ................. vs UW-Green Bay (2/13)
17 .................................. at Iowa (11/20)
BLOCKED SHOTS
9..........................vs Wisconsin (12/14)
6.......................................vs Butler (3/5)
6......................... at Oklahoma (11/11)
TURNOVERS
23 ....................................vs Loyola (2/9)
22 ................................. at Loyola (2/25)
22 ..........vs Youngstown State (2/18)
FOULS
27 ................................ vs Detroit (2/16)
27 .................................. vs SEMO (12/2)
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POINTS
44 ..........vs Youngstown State (2/18)
46 ............... vs Cleveland State (1/28)
53 ............... at Cleveland State (1/14)
54 ....................................... vs UIC (1/21)
55 ................. vs UW-Green Bay (2/13)
55 ................................ vs Detroit (2/16)
FIELD GOALS MADE
16 ..........vs Youngstown State (2/18)
17 ............... vs Cleveland State (1/28)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 43 ....................................vs Loyola (2/9)
44 .....................................vs Butler (3/5)
FIELD GOAL PCT.
.343 (23-67) .............................. vs UIC (1/21)
.347 (17-49) ...... vs Cleveland State (1/28)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 1................. vs Cleveland State (1/28)
2.................................... at Iowa (11/20)
2............vs Youngstown State (2/18)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
4............vs Youngstown State (2/18)
6.................................... at Iowa (11/20)
3 PT FG PCT.
.083 (1-12) ....... vs Cleveland State (1/28)
.158 (3-19) ......................at Detroit (12/29)
FREE THROWS MADE
0.................................. vs Detroit (2/16)
5......................................... vs UIC (1/21)
5................... vs UW-Green Bay (2/13)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 3.................................. vs Detroit (2/16)
6......................................... vs UIC (1/21)
FREE THROW PCT.
.000 (0-3).......................... vs Detroit (2/16)
.529 (9-17) ............... at Oklahoma (11/11)
REBOUNDS
20 ...................................at Butler (2/11)
24 ............... at Cleveland State (1/14)
ASSISTS
6................. vs Cleveland State (1/28)
7....... vs Northern Michigan (12/11)
STEALS
3......................................vs Loyola (3/2)
4................................... at Loyola (2/25)
BLOCKED SHOTS
0.............................vs Oakland (11/18)
0.................................. at SEMO (11/25)
TURNOVERS
7..........................vs Wright State (1/5)
9......................at UW-Green Bay (2/4)
FOULS
12 ....................at UW-Green Bay (2/4)
12 ................ vs Michigan State (3/18)
Highs/Lows
OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS
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2005-06 IN REVIEW
GAME 1 • #25/25 OKLAHOMA 89, MILWAUKEE 57
11/11/05 • 7 p.m.
Norman, Okla. (Noble Center)
Attendance - 5,711
Score
Milwaukee
Oklahoma
1st 2nd Tot
21 36 - 57
43 46 - 89
Score
Oakland
Milwaukee
1st 2nd OT Tot
29 32 10 - 71
37 24 12 - 73
NORMAN, Ok. - Courtney Paris scored 24 points and grabbed 10
rebounds as the University of Oklahoma claimed an 89-57 win over
the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Friday night in the first round
of the Preseason WNIT. The 25th-ranked Sooners scored the first 11
points of the game and never looked back in advancing to a second
round contest Sunday against Southern Methodist University.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Molly O’Brien hit a three-pointer with 1:22 remaining in overtime and Megan Rogers converted two free throws
as the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team
defeated Oakland, 73-71, in overtime Friday evening at the Klotsche
Center. The Panthers led by as many as 14 in the first half, before the
Grizzlies fought back to lead late and eventually force overtime.
The Panthers found the going tough all night long against the taller
Sooners, as the highly-touted freshmen duo of Courtney and Ashley
Paris lived up to their advance billing. Courtney Paris did her damage in just 20 minutes of action, while Ashley Paris added eight
points and seven rebounds of her own. Plus, the Sooners held a 4531 advantage in rebounding while forcing 22 Panther turnovers.
After Rogers’ free throws made it 73-70 late in overtime, Anne Hafeli
passed up a chance for a game-tying three and was fouled driving
to the basket with 0.4 seconds remaining. She hit her first free throw
and missed the second as the ball was deflected out of bounds at
the buzzer.
After UWM weathered the initial 11-0 surge by Oklahoma, the Panthers pulled within 18-10 on a Nichole Drummond jumper with
10:35 left. But, the Sooners scored the next eight points to lead 2610 with 8:16 left and UWM would get no closer than 14 points the
rest of the way.
From there, UWM could get no closer than 24 points and Oklahoma
led by as many as 34 points in the final seven minutes of the game.
Along with the strong inside play from the Paris sisters, the Sooners
got 11 points from Andrews and 10 points and eight rebounds from
Preseason All-Big 12 selection Leah Rush. The Sooners shot 52.1 percent from the field for the game while limiting the Panthers to just
35.4 percent shooting.
Milwaukee Panthers (0-1)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ...............4-8
O’Brien-F ........................1-6
Schultz-C........................1-2
Hampton-G ...................2-5
Onson-G.........................1-3
McCain............................5-6
Cook ................................0-1
Wypiszynski ................. 0-0
Markert.......................... 1-3
Johnson......................... 1-3
Fournier..........................0-2
Rogers.............................0-0
Hudson ...........................0-2
Rote ................................1-3
Edwards ........................0-4
Totals ............................ 17-48
(.354)
3-PT
1-3
0-0
0-0
2-4
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-2
0-0
5-14
(.357)
FT
REB PTS
3-4
2 12
0-0
3
2
2-4
1
4
2-4
0
8
2-2
5
4
3-6
3 14
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
2
2
0-0
0
2
4-6
3
4
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
3
2-3
2
2
18-29 31 57
(.621)
AST TO
1
2
0
2
0
3
3
2
0
3
0
5
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
2
6 22
BL
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
5
STL MIN
0 33
1 25
0 14
0 25
0 23
2 20
0 1
0 4
1 8
0 5
0 9
0 7
1 4
1 3
0 19
6 200
FT
REB PTS
3-4
8 10
0-2 10 24
2-2
5 11
0-0
3
6
1-2
0
3
0-0
7
8
0-0
2 11
0-0
3
0
2-4
0
4
1-3
3
8
0-0
0
4
9-17 45 89
(.529)
AST TO
5
3
2
2
0
0
4
1
2
0
2
0
2
1
0
3
0
1
2
1
1
0
20 12
BL
1
3
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
6
STL MIN
2 28
1 20
2 21
0 19
3 28
0 20
1 17
0 8
0 5
2 19
1 15
12 200
#25/25 Oklahoma Sooners (1-0)
Name
FG
Rush-F .............................3-5
Paris, C.-C .................... 12-15
Welch-G..........................4-9
Brown-G .........................3-4
Higgins-G.......................1-4
Paris, A.............................4-9
Andrews .........................4-8
Preston ...........................0-2
Winchester ....................1-2
Moore .............................3-7
Sanchez ..........................2-6
Totals ............................ 37-71
(.521)
60
GAME 2 • MILWAUKEE 73, OAKLAND 71 - OT
11/18/05 • 7 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 391
3-PT
1-2
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-2
0-0
3-7
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-3
6-18
(.333)
In the final minutes of regulation, the Panthers nearly saw the game
slip away, falling down by as many as four down the stretch. After
Traci Edwards tied the game at 59-59 with just over a minute remaining, she grabbed a rebound on the other end. Meredith Onson
then hit a jumper from the left elbow for a 61-59 lead.
On the Grizzlies’ next trip down the floor, Jayme Wilson drew a foul
and tied the game with a pair of free throws and then stole the inbounds pass. Both teams then took a timeout, before Wilson’s lastsecond three fell short and the game headed into overtime.
In overtime, each team traded baskets, with both teams within
three-or-less the entire period.
Milwaukee broke open a close game early, using a 19-5 run midway
through the first half to build a 13-point lead at 30-17. The Panthers
then opened the biggest lead of the game at 35-21 on a pair of Kim
Wypiszynski free throw, but Oakland then went on an 8-2 run to cut
the gap to 37-29 at the break.
Oakland Grizzlies (0-1)
Name
FG
Piggott-F .......................8-13
Baker-F ...........................1-9
Hafeli-G .........................7-14
Terava-G .........................3-5
Wilson-G .......................6-20
Puryear ...........................0-1
White...............................1-3
Kidd .................................0-0
Knurick ...........................0-0
Jury ..................................0-0
Totals ............................ 26-65
(.400)
3-PT
1-1
0-1
4-9
0-2
2-8
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
7-21
(.333)
FT
REB PTS
1-2
3 18
0-0
3
2
2-4
5 20
1-1
5
7
3-5
6 17
0-0
0
0
3-4
4
5
2-2
4
2
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
0
12-18 35 71
(.667)
AST TO
0
2
3
1
0
5
5
2
1
2
0
0
0
0
3
2
0
0
0
0
12 14
BL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
STL MIN
1 35
2 37
1 38
2 36
5 45
0 3
0 12
0 13
0 4
0 2
11 225
3-PT
0-1
0-0
00
2-2
0-4
0-0
0-2
0-0
3-5
0-0
1-3
6-17
(.353)
FT
REB PTS
1-2
6
3
0-0
0
0
5-5
9 19
0-0
2
8
0-0
2
0
5-7
1 11
0-0
2
0
0-0
2
4
1-2 10 14
1-2
7
5
4-6
4
9
17-24 51 73
(.708)
AST TO
2
0
1
1
4
4
0
4
3
1
0
2
2
1
0
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
15 22
BL
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
STL MIN
0 31
0 4
1 25
0 11
0 19
0 20
0 16
1 22
0 37
2 18
0 22
4 225
Milwaukee Panthers (1-1)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ...............1-5
Schultz-F ........................0-1
Edwards-C ....................7-13
McCain-G .......................3-4
Hampton-G ...................0-4
Wypiszynski ..................3-5
Markert ...........................0-4
Onson ............................2-6
O’Brien ............................5-9
Fournier..........................2-3
Rogers.............................2-8
Totals ............................ 25-62
(.403)
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2005-06 IN REVIEW
GAME 4 • MILWAUKEE 90, SE MISSOURI STATE 87 - 2OT
1st 2nd Tot
23 19 - 42
38 44 - 82
IOWA CITY, Iowa - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s
basketball committed 31 turnovers and shot just under 16 percent
in the second half in falling to the University of Iowa, 82-42, Sunday
afternoon at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The Panthers (1-2) were held
scoreless for almost nine minutes in the second half in falling in the
Hawkeyes’ (1-0) season-opener.
UWM’s shooting woes came after it hit on 50 percent of its shots in
the first half. In the second half, the Panthers shot 15.6 percent and
had 16 turnovers that led to 19 Iowa points. The Hawkeyes shot 61.5
after halftime, but finished with 10 turnovers in the frame.
After leading 38-23 at halftime, the Hawkeyes pushed their lead to
21 at 44-23 by scoring the first six points of the second half. Milwaukee cut the lead to 18 on two occasions early, but would not get any
closer. After an Emily Markert three made it 57-36 with 12:17 to play,
Milwaukee did not score for 8:45, as Iowa went on a 16-0 run for a
37-point lead at 73-36. Amanda Cook ended the run by hitting the
second of two free throws with 3:32 to go in the game.
In the first half, Traci Edwards scored the first six points of the game
for UWM, staking the Panthers to an early 6-5 lead on her layup five
minutes into the game. Minutes later, Iowa went on a 15-3 run to
build a 24-11 lead when Megan Skouby hit her second-straight
jumper in the paint for IU, while at one point Krista VadeVenter
scored nine-straight points during the run.
Milwaukee Panthers (1-2)
Name
FG
3-PT
FT
REB PTS
Drummond-F ...............1-5
0-2 0-0
4
2
Schultz-F ........................1-2
0-0 0-0
2
2
Edwards-C .....................5-8
0-0 1-4 11 11
McCain-G .......................1-4
0-1 0-0
0
2
Hampton-G ...................0-2
0-1 0-0
0
0
Cook ................................0-3
0-0 2-4
2
2
Wypiszynski ..................0-0
0-0 0-0
1
0
Markert...........................3-6
1-2 1-2
2
8
Onson .............................3-7
1-3 0-0
0
7
O’Brien ............................1-6
0-2 0-0
1
2
Johnson..........................0-6
0-5 0-0
0
0
Fournier..........................1-2
0-0 0-1
1
2
Rogers.............................0-3
0-0 0-0
0
0
Hudson ...........................0-0
0-0 0-0
0
0
Rote .................................0-0
0-0 4-4
3
4
Totals ............................ 16-54 2-16 8-15 33 42
(.296) (.125) (.533)
AST TO
2
5
1
1
0
4
0
2
0
4
0
0
0
1
0
5
0
1
4
3
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
7 31
BL
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
STL MIN
1 18
0 15
1 27
1 17
0 11
0 6
0 9
1 15
1 22
0 23
0 6
0 12
3 14
0 1
0 4
8 200
AST TO
1
4
3
0
1
3
3
3
1
1
2
1
0
0
6
2
2
2
0
2
1
1
1
1
21 20
BL
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
3
0
5
STL MIN
4 18
2 16
2 21
2 21
0 13
3 18
1 9
1 21
2 20
0 10
0 18
0 15
17 200
Iowa Hawkeyes (1-0)
Name
FG
Reedy-F ..........................2-4
VandeVenter-F .............5-7
Schlapkohl-C ................4-8
Emmert-G ......................1-3
Smith, C.-G.....................3-7
Smith, K...........................3-3
Pope ................................0-0
Graham...........................2-4
Ausdemore ...................4-6
VanderPol ......................0-1
Skouby............................6-8
Kasperek ........................1-2
Totals ............................ 31-53
(.585)
3-PT
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-6
(.333)
FT
REB PTS
2-2
7
6
2-4
6 12
4-4
2 12
0-0
1
2
4-6
0 11
2-4
4
8
2-2
0
2
0-0
3
4
0-0
0
9
2-2
4
2
0-0
1 12
0-0
1
2
18-24 32 82
(.750)
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Score
1st 2nd OT Tot
Cape Girardeau, Mo. (Show Me Center) Milwaukee 29 32 13/7 - 90
Attendance - 671
SEMO
37 24 13/4 - 87
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - Senior Molly O’Brien hit a layup with 33
seconds remaining in the second overtime and freshman Traci Edwards converted a free throw with 9.9 seconds to go as the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team outlasted
Southeast Missouri State, 90-87, Friday night in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Wanika Owsley hit the game-tying shot at the end of both regulation and the first overtime for the Redhawks, but it was not enough
as the Panthers came away with the win.
The game was tied at 83 apiece heading into the second overtime.
UWM scored the first four points on two free throws from Rogers
and an Edwards layup. SEMO battled back with four-straight points
by Joiceline Thesing to tie it 87-87. Milwaukee then scored the final
three points of the game to ice the victory.
2005-06 Recaps/Box Scores
GAME 3 • IOWA 82, MILWAUKEE 42
11/20/05 • 2 p.m.
Score
Iowa City, Iowa (Carver-Hawkeye Arena) Milwaukee
Attendance - 2,868
Iowa
UWM scored the first seven points of the first overtime, but Southeast battled back with the next seven points of its own to keep
the contest level. The Panthers began to pull away again, getting a
jumper from Onson and two free throws from Edwards. After Conceicao hit a jumper, Owsley stole the inbound pass and hit a quick
layup with 13.4 seconds to go.
Onson then drew a foul, Conceicao’s fifth of the game, and calmly
hit two free throws for another two-point lead. Not to be denied,
Owsley took the inbound pass coast-to-coast and hit a layup at the
buzzer to send the game into a second overtime.
A free throw by Owsley with 55 seconds remaining in regulation
knotted the game at 67-all. O’Brien hit a layup and Edwards one
of two from the free throw line to make it a three-point game at
70-67 with 18.9 second remaining. The Redhawks brought the ball
back down and Owsley hit another three with just seven ticks on
the clock. With a chance for the win, Milwaukee got the ball into the
paint, where Rogers’ put-back fell just after the horn sounded.
Milwaukee Panthers (2-2)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............7-14
Schultz-F ........................1-2
Edwards-C ....................8-12
McCain-G .......................0-1
Hampton-G ...................1-2
Wypiszynski ..................0-1
Markert ...........................1-1
Onson .............................4-5
O’Brien ...........................5-15
Fournier..........................1-2
Rogers.............................3-5
Totals ............................ 31-60
(.517)
3-PT
3-6
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-5
0-0
1-2
5-15
(.333)
FT
REB PTS
3-4
1 20
0-0
3
2
4-7 12 20
1-2
0
1
0-0
1
3
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
2
3-4
5 11
3-4
9 13
2-2
3
4
7-10 3 14
23-33 45 90
(.697)
AST TO
1
1
1
5
2
5
1
0
0
2
1
0
0
2
4
3
2
6
0
0
3
3
15 27
BL
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
STL MIN
3 46
0 15
2 42
0 11
0 6
0 2
0 4
1 44
2 39
1 8
0 33
9 250
AST TO
1
1
1
2
5
4
7
4
3
1
6
1
2
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
25 17
BL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
STL MIN
3 39
2 38
1 28
6 43
2 26
0 26
1 20
1 17
0 5
0 7
16 250
Southeast Missouri State Redhawks (1-2)
Name
FG
Purcell-F ........................6-17
Jackson-F ......................5-10
Conceicao-C ................8-17
Owsley-G ......................4-11
Dunn-G...........................3-7
Ryan.................................1-5
Nixon ...............................1-4
Lyles.................................2-4
Blunt ................................0-3
Thesing...........................2-3
TOTALS ........................ 32-81
(.395)
3-PT
2-9
0-0
1-3
3-6
1-5
1-5
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
8-29
(.276)
FT
REB PTS
1-1 10 15
7-9
8 17
4-6
3 21
1-2
4 12
0-0
2
7
0-0
2
3
2-2
3
4
0-1
6
4
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
4
15-21 41 87
(.714)
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2005-06 Recaps/Box Scores
2005-06 IN REVIEW
GAME 5 • #14/14 DePAUL 91, MILWAUKEE 79
11/30/05 • 7 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 567
Score
DePaul
Milwaukee
1st 2nd Tot
37 54 - 91
36 43 - 79
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Khara Smith had a game-high 23 points and
16 rebounds as No. 14 DePaul defeated the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee women’s basketball team, 91-79, Wednesday night
at the Klotsche Center.
UWM had cut DePaul’s second half lead to six points at 69-63 when
Molly O’Brien converted a three-point play on a layup and at the
line. The Blue Demons then began to pull away, building a 15-point
advantage with a 9-0 run. Allie Quigley capped the run with a three
to make it 78-63 with five minutes to go.
Milwaukee had led throughout the first half before heading into
halftime trailing 37-36. The Panthers scored the first four points of
the game and, after falling down 10-9, went on a 10-0 run over 90
seconds to make it 19-10 seven minutes into the game. A pair of free
throws by Turquoise McCain kick-started the streak. Katie Fournier
then converted a fast-break layup and Aubrey Hampton and O’Brien
hit back-to-back three’s for the team’s biggest lead of the game.
Both teams traded baskets, with UWM’s lead falling to four before
a three-point play by Traci Edwards and a Meredith Onson layup
pushed it back to nine at 26-17 at the midway point of the half. A
pair of jumpers by Erin Cattell and a Khara Smith layup made it 2625 down the stretch. Smith hit another layup with seven seconds
remaining to provide for the halftime score.
Coming out of the break, Milwaukee managed to regain the lead 32
seconds in, when Nichole Drummond converted two free throws for
the first points of the second half. Edwards then converted another
three-point play for the team’s last lead of the game at 41-39. Quigley scored the first six points after halftime for DePaul as it started to
pull away. The game’s fourth and final tie was at 45-45 when Drummond hit a layup with 16:26 to play.
#14/14 DePaul Blue Demons (6-0)
Name
FG
Carney-F.........................3-7
Smith, K.-F................... 10-18
Rubino-G ......................5-13
Quigley-G ................... 10-19
Towers-G ........................0-3
Mitidiero ........................1-5
Cattell..............................5-9
Carney ............................0-0
Levine .............................0-0
Johnson..........................0-1
Morrison ........................1-2
Smith, Ca. .......................2-3
Benton ............................0-3
Medley............................0-0
TOTALS ........................ 37-83
(.446)
3-PT
0-1
0-1
1-5
2-4
0-3
1-4
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-1
0-1
0-0
6-22
(.273)
FT
REB PTS
5-6
8 11
3-3 16 23
0-0
8 11
1-2
1 23
2-2
1
2
0-0
0
3
0-1
4 11
0-2
0
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
2
0
0-0
1
2
0-0
1
5
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
11-16 45 81
(.688)
AST TO
3
2
1
4
2
2
2
1
2
0
1
1
1
2
2
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
0
1
18 17
BL
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
STL MIN
1 22
2 34
0 36
3 28
2 12
0 9
1 14
0 12
0 1
1 14
0 4
0 5
0 8
1 1
11 200
3-PT
2-5
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
1-3
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
5-11
(.455)
FT
REB PTS
6-6
6 20
2-2
3
4
3-4
8 21
0-0
0
2
3-3
8 14
4-4
0
4
4-7
0
7
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
5
0-0
1
2
0-0
3
0
22-26 32 79
(.846)
AST TO
2
1
5
2
0
5
2
3
3
4
1
2
6
4
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
4
21 26
BL
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
STL MIN
2 36
1 15
1 32
1 14
2 34
0 9
2 27
0 2
0 4
0 6
1 21
10 200
Milwaukee Panthers (2-3)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............6-11
Schultz-F ........................1-4
Edwards-C ....................9-13
Onson-G.........................1-2
O’Brien-G ......................5-11
McCain............................0-0
Hampton .......................1-3
Morton ...........................0-0
Markert...........................2-3
Fournier..........................1-2
Rogers.............................0-2
TOTALS ........................ 26-51
(.510)
62
GAME 6 • MILWAUKEE 73, SE MISSOURI STATE 70
12/2/05 • 7 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 343
Score
SEMO
Milwaukee
1st 2nd Tot
38 32 - 70
39 34 - 73
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Emily Markert deflected a pass in the paint and
Molly O’Brien came up with the steal with 3.8 seconds remaining
as the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team
held on for a 73-70 victory over Southeast Missouri State Friday evening at the Klotsche Center.
After her steal, O’Brien immediately drew the foul with the Panthers
ahead, 71-70, and hit both of her free throws for the team’s second
win over SEMO this season. UWM came out on top, 90-87, in two
overtimes when the teams met Nov. 25 in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Milwaukee had taken a six-point lead at 69-63 on a three-pointer
by Megan Rogers with just over five minutes to go in the game.
That lead fell to one when Wanika Owsley came up with a steal and
found Simone Jackson for a layup to make it 71-70 with 1:06 to go.
Coming out of halftime trailing by one, the Redhawks opened the
second half on a 9-2 run and built a 47-41 lead when Conceicao had
a three-point play just under four minutes into the half. From that
point, UWM came alive going on an 8-0 run ignited by a Traci Edwards three-point play.
UWM hit then three free throws to tie it and went ahead 49-47 on a
layup by Markert at the 14-minute mark. The game went back and
forth until Edwards put the Panthers up for good with a pair of free
throws, making it 55-54 with 10:59 to play. Milwaukee would build
its lead to seven at 61-54 a minute and a half later and then hold on
down the stretch for the win.
Southeast Missouri State Redhawks (3-3)
Name
FG
Purcell-F .........................3-6
Jackson-F .......................3-4
Conceicao-C ................9-16
Owsley-G .......................1-2
Nixon-G ..........................3-5
Ryan.................................1-3
Kintchen.........................0-0
Dunn ...............................1-2
Lyles.................................3-4
Blunt ................................1-2
Thesing...........................0-2
Totals ............................ 25-46
(.543)
3-PT
1-2
0-0
1-2
1-2
3-4
1-3
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
8-15
(.533)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
3
7
0-0
4
6
9-11 7 28
2-2
3
5
0-0
0
9
0-0
0
3
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
3
1-5
7
7
0-0
0
2
0-0
0
3
12-18 25 70
(.667)
AST TO
1
1
2
2
3
7
5
4
0
2
2
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
14 19
BL
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
STL MIN
2 23
1 29
1 39
2 27
0 23
1 14
0 4
1 11
0 19
0 2
0 9
8 200
3-PT
2-4
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-3
0-1
0-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-3
5-16
(.313)
FT
REB PTS
3-4
7 15
0-0
2
4
10-12 9 18
5-6
0 10
6-8
5
6
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
0
1-2
3
5
0-1
3
2
3-4
2 13
28-37 36 73
(.757)
AST TO
1
4
1
1
4
0
3
2
2
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
2
1
1
0
3
13 15
BL
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
STL MIN
2 32
0 14
1 30
1 32
1 26
0 6
1 12
0 1
1 14
1 9
0 24
8 200
Milwaukee Panthers (3-3)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............5-11
Schultz-F ........................2-2
Edwards-C ....................4-10
Onson-G.........................2-9
O’Brien-G .......................0-4
McCain............................0-2
Hampton .......................0-3
Morton ...........................0-0
Markert ...........................2-2
Fournier..........................1-1
Rogers.............................4-9
TOTALS ........................ 20-53
(.377)
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1st 2nd Tot
Milwaukee
26 29 - 55
South Dakota St. 31 39 - 70
BROOKINGS, S.D. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team could not overcome a 19-3 second-half run in
falling to South Dakota State, 70-55, Sunday afternoon in Brookings,
S.D. UWM had trouble with SDSU all day, finishing with 27 turnovers
on 18 steals. During the second half, the Panthers went 5:53 without
scoring, committing seven turnovers in nine possessions.
Coming out of halftime trailing by five, Milwaukee hit its first five
shots of the half and took the lead at 39-38 on a Traci Edwards layup
four minutes in. UWM would not score again until Aubrey Hampton
drilled a three-pointer from the left side to make it 50-42 with 10:08
to play. The Jacks then scored the next seven points to build a 57-42
lead on a Jennifer Warkenthien layup with 7:10 to go.
The Panthers were hot and cold throughout the first half, missing
their first seven shots of the game. With the game tied at 5-5, SDSU
went on an 8-0 run to make it 13-5 before Milwaukee heated up.
UWM hit five-straight shots, with four coming on a 9-0 run to give
the team a 14-13 lead. O’Brien hit her second-straight layup to begin the run. Katie Fournier then hit a layup and Emily Markert hit a
jumper from the left wing. Aubrey Hampton capped the run with a
three.
Milwaukee fell behind again, but remained close, taking the lead
again at 26-24 when Edwards converted a three-point play with
3:43 to go before the half. Those were the last points of the frame
for UWM, as the Jacks went on a 7-0 run over the remainder of the
period for a 31-26 lead at the half.
After its 0-for-7 slump to open the game, UWM hit on nine of its next
12 attempts before missing its final seven before intermission. The
Panthers shot 34.6 in the first half, compared to 37.9 by the home
team. SDSU also had the advantage on the boards, 21-15.
Milwaukee Panthers (3-4)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ...............1-6
Schultz-F ........................0-0
Edwards-C .....................7-9
Onson-G.........................3-5
O’Brien-G ......................5-11
McCain............................0-4
Hampton .......................2-4
Markert...........................1-3
Fournier..........................1-3
Rogers.............................1-4
Totals ............................ 21-49
(.429)
3-PT
1-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-5
0-1
2-4
0-2
0-0
0-1
5-17
(.294)
FT
REB PTS
2-2
4
5
0-0
4
0
3-6
4 17
3-3
3
9
0-0
4 12
0-0
1
0
0-0
0
6
0-0
1
2
0-0
1
2
0-0
4
2
8-11 32 55
(.727)
AST TO
2
6
1
3
1
1
4
0
4
5
0
3
0
2
2
2
0
0
4
4
18 27
BL
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
5
STL MIN
0 29
0 11
1 33
2 27
2 32
0 7
0 13
0 16
0 7
1 24
6 200
3-PT
2-4
0-3
0-0
0-2
2-4
0-1
0-0
2-3
0-1
1-2
0-0
7-20
(.350)
FT
REB PTS
2-2
6 10
3-4
7 11
4-5
3 12
1-2
2
5
0-0
1 10
0-0
3
4
2-2
0
2
2-4
1
8
0-0
1
0
0-0
4
7
1-2
8
1
15-21 42 70
(.714)
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N. Michigan
Milwaukee
1st 2nd Tot
29 36 - 65
38 29 - 77
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team used a 12-1 run in the first half and opened
the second half with a 14-1 run to overcome an early eight-point
deficit and roll to a 77-65 victory over Northern Michigan Sunday
afternoon at the Klotsche Center.
NMU jumped out to a quick eight-point lead at 14-6 just 3:32 into
the game on hot shooting by Maria Kasza who hit the Wildcats’ first
three shot attempts of the game, all three-pointers. After Megan
Rogers drilled a three, Kasza countered with another of her own to
push the lead back to eight at 17-9.
The Panthers then went on a 12-1 run over 6:32 to take their first
lead since 2-0, a lead they would not relinquish. Rogers began the
run with a layup at the 13:45 mark. Molly O’Brien followed with a
three, Nichole Drummond hit a lay up and Rogers converted a pair
of free throws before Traci Edwards finished a three-point play at
the line for a 21-18 lead 8:29 before halftime.
UWM built its lead to 12 on a Drummond three and headed into the
intermission with a 38-29 lead after Kasza hit her fifth three-pointer
of the frame. Kasza scored 19 of her team’s 29 first-half points, hitting all five of their three-point attempts. Edwards had 13 points and
nine boards before the break, despite drawing triple coverage in the
low post.
Dana Schultz hit a layup to start the second half and, after an O’Brien
layin, Amanda Cook scored seven of the game’s next nine points as
UWM built its lead to 22 points at 52-20 with a 14-1 run in the first
4:38 of the second half. The Panthers saw their lead grow to 24 at
57-33 and 59-35 before coasting to victory.
Northern Michigan Wildcats (2-4)
Name
FG
Carroll-F.........................3-13
Britton-C ........................0-0
Williams-G .....................0-4
Opperman-G ................2-8
Kasza-G..........................8-12
Deacon ..........................5-10
Braun ...............................0-1
Kovinchick .....................0-2
Bartelli.............................0-0
Rushford ........................2-4
Farrell ..............................0-0
Totals ............................ 20-54
(.370)
3-PT
0-0
0-0
0-2
1-4
6-6
3-5
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
10-17
(.588)
FT
REB PTS
5-6
3 11
1-2
3
1
1-2
6
1
0-0
2
5
2-2
6 24
6-7
1 19
0-0
3
0
0-0
1
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
5
4
0-0
0
0
15-19 34 65
(.789)
AST TO
0
5
0
2
0
3
3
0
0
4
4
3
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
7 20
BL
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
STL MIN
0 28
1 14
4 23
0 31
1 24
1 27
0 8
1 13
0 1
0 22
0 9
8 200
3-PT
1-5
0-0
0-0
0-2
1-6
0-0
1-2
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-2
1-3
5-22
(.227)
FT
REB PTS
1-2
3 10
1-2
5
3
4-6 12 16
0-0
2
2
2-2
9 15
1-2
0
1
1-1
1 10
2-2
1
2
0-1
4
4
0-0
1
2
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
3
4-4
6
9
16-22 47 77
(.727)
AST TO
2
0
3
0
1
3
3
3
5
1
1
1
1
1
0
2
2
2
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
19 16
BL
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
STL MIN
1 22
0 18
0 24
0 21
5 35
0 4
1 21
0 5
0 6
0 5
0 10
0 4
1 25
8 200
Milwaukee Panthers (4-4)
South Dakota State Jackrabbits (4-2)
Name
FG
Vogel-F ...........................3-7
Warkenthien-F .............4-9
Gilbert-C .......................4-15
Verdegan-G...................2-6
Sieler-G ...........................4-8
Carda ...............................2-6
Meier ...............................0-0
Oistad..............................2-5
Meckley ..........................0-2
Muckenhirn ..................3-5
Grimsrud ........................0-3
Totals ............................ 24-66
(.364)
GAME 8 • MILWAUKEE 77, NORTHERN MICHIGAN 65
12/11/05 • 2 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 479
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GAME 7 • SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 70, MILWAUKEE 55
12/4/05 • 2 p.m.
Brookings, S.D. (Frost Arena)
Attendance - 1,015
AST TO
0
2
1
1
0
0
2
4
4
1
0
2
1
1
1
2
0
0
0
1
1
0
10 14
BL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
STL MIN
0 26
3 24
2 22
1 25
2 28
1 12
3 9
2 14
0 6
3 18
1 16
18 200
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............4-11
Schultz-F ........................1-4
Edwards-C ....................6-10
Onson-G.........................1-4
O’Brien-G ......................6-13
McCain............................0-0
Cook ................................4-7
Hampton .......................0-1
Wypiszynski ..................2-4
Morton ...........................1-2
Markert ...........................0-2
Johnson..........................1-4
Rogers.............................2-8
Totals ............................ 28-70
(.400)
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GAME 9 • WISCONSIN 72, MILWAUKEE 57
12/14/05 • 7 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 813
Score
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
GAME 10 • MARQUETTE 70, MILWAUKEE 62
1st 2nd Tot
38 34 - 72
27 30 - 57
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Jolene Anderson scored 24 points and grabbed
11 rebounds while Wisconsin held the University of WisconsinMilwaukee women’s basketball team without a field goal for almost eight minutes after halftime in defeating the Panthers, 72-57,
Wednesday evening at the Klotsche Center.
Coming out of halftime, Wisconsin held a 38-27 advantage before
going on a 15-3 run over the first 7:47 of the second half to build
a 53-30 lead. The Panthers scored all three of their points in that
time at the free throw line, missing their first nine shots of the frame.
Traci Edwards broke the drought with a layup at the 12:13, but UW
pushed its lead to a game-high 24 points, countering on a threepoint by Danielle Ward.
After Molly O’Brien hit a layup, and the Badgers made it a 24-point
game once again, UWM went on a mini 7-1 run to pull within 18 at
59-41. Kim Wypiszynski hit a jumper, Meredith Onson sank a pair of
free throws and Edwards hit one of two from the line during the run.
Wisconsin once again went up by over 20, until O’Brien hit a lay up
at the 3:28 mark to make it 68-49. The Panthers then outscored their
visitors 8-4 down the stretch to provide for the final score.
Milwaukee held its own in the early portion of the game, battling
back from an early 9-4 deficit to take its first of two early leads at 1311. Onson hit a three and, after an Anderson lay-in, Megan Rogers
hit a jumper and Nichole Drummond scored four-straight points for
the two-point advantage.
Both teams traded baskets, with the Panthers’ final lead coming at
15-14 on Emily Markert’s jumper with 8:18 to go before halftime.
Wisconsin then pulled away, rattling off an 18-5 run to build a 12point lead at 32-20.
Wisconsin Badgers (5-5)
Name
FG
Nelson-F .........................1-2
Gibson-C .......................3-12
Banks-G ..........................2-5
Josephson-G ...............4-11
Anderson-G ............... 10-18
Welton ............................0-1
Alexander ......................0-0
Spencer ..........................1-1
Wilson .............................1-2
Bakke...............................0-0
Ward ................................5-8
Totals ............................ 27-60
(.450)
3-PT
0-0
0-0
1-2
2-5
3-5
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
6-12
(.350)
FT
REB PTS
1-2
5
3
1-2
6
7
6-9
7 11
0-0
2 10
1-2 11 24
0-0
1
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
2
0-0
3
2
0-0
1
0
303
4 13
12-18 45 72
(.714)
AST TO
1
0
2
2
11
4
1
2
4
3
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
1
2
1
0
2
21 18
BL
2
2
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
1
9
STL MIN
1 23
1 22
3 39
3 33
0 38
0 2
0 4
0 4
0 10
0 9
1 16
9 200
3-PT
1-4
0-0
0-0
2-3
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
3-10
(.300)
FT
REB PTS
6-6
2 15
0-0
0
0
4-8 10 14
2-2
2 10
0-0
5
4
0-0
1
2
0-0
1
0
0-0
1
2
0-0
1
0
2-2
3
6
2-2
2
4
16-20 32 57
(.800)
AST TO
1
5
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
2
0
0
2
1
0
1
0
1
2
0
2
1
15 14
BL
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
5
STL MIN
0 27
1 15
3 31
0 31
4 28
0 7
0 9
1 9
0 7
1 18
0 18
10 200
Milwaukee Panthers (4-5)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............4-13
Schultz-F ........................0-2
Edwards-C ....................5-14
Onson-G.........................3-7
O’Brien-G .......................2-7
McCain............................1-3
Cook ................................0-3
Wypiszynski ..................1-2
Morton ...........................0-0
Markert...........................2-6
Rogers.............................1-2
Totals ............................ 19-59
(.322)
64
12/18/05 • 2 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (McGuire Center)
Attendance - 1,552
Score
Milwaukee
Marquette
1st 2nd Tot
31 31 - 62
27 43 - 70
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee led for
the first 26:36 and by as many as 10 points but could not hold on in
falling to Marquette, 70-62, Sunday at the Al McGuire Center.
Milwaukee scored the first six points of the second half to expand
its 31-27 halftime lead to 10 points. Meredith Onson hit a jumper
to start the half and, after a layup by Traci Edwards, she hit another
jumper to make it 37-27 just over two minutes into the second half.
Marquette then went on a 14-2 run, culminating with a three-pointer by Danielle Kamm, to grab its first lead of the game at 41-39. Edwards knotted the game with a layup, before a 7-2 Golden Eagle run
made it 48-43 with 11:06 to play in the game. UWM hit three free
throws and Markert drained a three to retake the lead at 49-48 with
8:59 to play.
Kieger converted a fast break lay up as MU retook the lead for good
at 50-49. The Panthers kept it close, pulling within four as late as the
2:09 mark on an Edwards layin, but could get no closer.
The Golden Eagles double-teamed Edwards, the Panthers’ leading
scorer, for most of the first half, opening up mid-range shots for
guards Onson, Emily Markert and Molly O’Brien. Markert’s jumper
just over seven minutes into the game gave UWM its first sevenpoint lead at 11-4. Milwaukee would maintain that lead for much of
the opening period.
MU cut the lead down to two at 24:22, but the Panthers answered
with a 7-3 run to make it 31-25 with just over a minute to play. A tipin 11 seconds before the break provided for the halftime score.
Markert scored nine of her points in the first half, while O’Brien had
six points, four steals, three rebounds and three assists heading
into intermission. UWM also forced 13 first-half turnovers, seven on
steals, while committing 11 of its own.
Milwaukee Panthers (4-6)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............2-13
Schultz-F ........................0-0
Edwards-C .....................4-7
Onson-G.........................4-7
O’Brien-G ......................5-12
McCain............................3-7
Cook ................................2-2
Hampton .......................0-0
Markert ..........................6-12
Rogers.............................0-2
Totals ............................ 26-62
(.419)
3-PT
1-4
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-3
0-3
0-0
0-0
2-3
0-2
3-16
(.188)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
2
5
0-0
2
0
0-2
3
8
2-2
2 10
0-0 11 10
3-3
2
9
1-3
1
5
0-0
0
0
1-2
4 15
0-0
1
0
7-12 31 62
(.583)
AST TO
1
1
0
0
3
4
5
3
4
4
0
4
0
1
0
0
2
1
0
2
15 20
BL
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
STL MIN
2 20
0 14
1 36
0 31
6 38
1 17
1 9
0 3
0 26
0 6
11 200
FT
REB PTS
4-6
3 13
3-4
3
9
3-6 12 11
6-8
4 16
0-0
1
7
0-0
1
0
0-0
0
5
0-0
0
0
1-4
4
9
17-28 31 70
(.607)
AST TO
4
5
0
2
1
3
7
4
3
3
0
1
1
3
0
0
1
0
17 21
BL
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
4
STL MIN
2 33
0 35
1 32
5 36
4 23
0 5
0 20
0 2
0 14
12 200
Marquette Golden Eagles (8-1)
Name
FG
Kamm-F..........................4-9
Quaye-F .........................3-10
McCullough-F .............4-10
Kieger-G .........................5-7
Ellis-G ..............................3-3
Monfre ............................0-0
Johnson..........................2-2
Shirley .............................0-0
Kovalenko......................4-4
Totals ............................ 25-45
(.556)
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3-PT
1-4
0-2
0-0
0-1
1-1
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
3-9
(.333)
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Milwaukee
Detroit
GAME 12 • BUTLER 80, MILWAUKEE 79 - OT
1st 2nd Tot
37 37 - 74
30 26 - 56
DETROIT, Mich. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee jumped
out to a 14-2 lead in the first five minutes of the game and never
looked back in defeating Detroit, 74-56.
Milwaukee jumped on the home team early, rattling off a 12-0 run
after quick baskets by both teams in the first 22 seconds of the game.
Meredith Onson kick-started the run with a three, before Nichole
Drummond scored five-straight points and Traci Edwards the next
four to make it 14-2 with 15:47 to go before halftime.
On defense, the Panthers held Detroit without a field goal for 5:06
in the early portion of the game to build a 12-point advantage.
UWM’s lead hit a high of 16 points for the frame at 25-9 on a jumper
from freshman Emily Markert just past the midway point. The Titans
then went on a 13-2 run to pull within five at 27-22. The streak was
capped by a Joanna Cooper layup.
UWM’s lead got back up to 12 at 37-25 after an 8-0 run, before UDM
scored the final five points of the period to provide for the 37-30
halftime score.
Both teams struggled in the early going of the second half, shooting a combined 5-for-19 at the first media timeout of the frame.
UWM benefited from the free throw line, hitting six of its first eight
attempts of the period. After the Panthers turned their seven-point
halftime lead into a 13-point lead at 53-40, the Titans fought back
to pull within seven at 58-51 on a jumper with 8:32 to play. Milwaukee then rattled off 12-straight points to take its largest lead of the
game at 70-51 with 4:14 to go.
Milwaukee Panthers (5-6, 1-0 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............4-10
Schultz-F ........................1-3
Edwards-C .....................7-9
Onson-G.........................2-8
O’Brien-G .......................5-7
McCain............................0-0
Cook ................................0-0
Hampton .......................2-3
Morton ...........................1-1
Markert...........................1-3
Rogers.............................1-3
Hudson ...........................0-0
Rote .................................0-1
Totals ............................ 24-48
(.500)
3-PT
2-3
0-0
0-0
1-3
1-2
0-0
0-0
2-3
0-0
0-2
0-2
0-0
0-0
6-15
(.400)
FT
REB PTS
3-4
5 13
2-2
2
4
6-8
8 20
0-0
7
5
2-2
4 13
0-0
0
0
0-1
0
0
3-4
1
9
0-0
4
2
0-0
1
2
4-4
2
6
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
0
20-25 42 74
(.800)
AST TO
3
1
1
1
3
4
4
4
1
1
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
1
3
1
0
2
0
2
0
0
15 21
BL
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
STL MIN
1 31
1 15
1 28
0 37
2 36
0 2
1 3
1 13
0 7
0 12
0 14
0 1
0 1
7 200
AST TO
0
0
0
2
4
4
0
0
1
3
2
0
2
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
10 12
BL
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
STL MIN
1 16
0 21
1 25
1 29
1 31
1 17
2 23
0 3
1 18
0 11
0 3
1 3
9 200
12/31/05 • 2 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 851
Score
Butler
Milwaukee
1st 2nd OT Tot
34 33 13 - 80
32 35 12 - 79
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s
basketball team erased an 18-point deficit in the final 6:43 of regulation to force overtime, but Lade Akande hit two free throws with 5.2
seconds remaining in extra time to lead Butler to an 80-79 victory
over the Panthers Saturday afternoon at the Klotsche Center.
UWM held the Bulldogs without a field goal during its 21-3 run at
the end of the second half. Molly O’Brien hit a layup with 4.1 seconds remaining to tie the game at 67-67 and force overtime.
Facing a 64-46 deficit, the Panthers scored the next 12 points of the
game, including the first five from the free throw line. UWM then
yielded just three free throws down the stretch. After Akande hit
one of two, Traci Edwards made one free throw and missed the second, but O’Brien was there with the put-back to make it 67-65.
2005-06 Recaps/Box Scores
GAME 11 • MILWAUKEE 74, DETROIT 56
12/29/05 • 6 p.m.
Detroit, Mich. (Calihan Hall)
Attendance - 308
Akande missed a layup on the ensuing possession and Edwards
grabbed the rebound before head coach Sandy Botham called a
timeout. Coming out of the timeout, O’Brien missed a layup, got her
own rebound and hit her second try to tie the game. Jackie Closser
then missed a desperation three as the horn sounded.
Overtime featured two ties and four lead changes as the Panthers
built a three-point advantage at 76-73 on a jumper by Meredith Onson. The Bulldogs answered with a three from Ellen Hamilton to tie
the game at 76-76 and Akande hit a layup to give the visitors the
78-76 lead with 34 seconds to play.
Nichole Drummond drew a foul on Milwaukee’s next possession
and hit the first of two free throws. She missed the second, but Edwards was there with the put-back to give UWM its final lead of the
game at 79-78 with 17 seconds remaining. After Akande hit both
free throws, Onson took the ball coast-to-coast, but saw her layup
fall short as time expired.
Butler Bulldogs (6-5, 2-0 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Gheorghe-F ..................0-5
Boeke-F ..........................3-5
Akande-C .................... 11-20
Closser-G.......................6-18
Hamilton-G ..................6-11
Jones ...............................1-1
Freeman .........................1-2
Brown..............................0-0
Bain ..................................1-4
Totals ............................ 29-68
(.426)
3-PT
0-2
0-0
0-0
2-10
4-7
1-1
0-2
0-0
0-1
7-20
(.350)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
4
0
2-2
8
8
6-8
9 28
2-2
6 16
1-2
4 17
0-0
0
3
4-4
6
6
0-0
0
0
0-0
3
2
15-18 43 80
(.833)
AST TO
0
3
2
2
1
4
9
3
2
5
0
0
2
1
0
0
1
0
17 18
BL
0
1
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
STL MIN
0 23
2 38
2 36
2 44
1 41
0 9
0 23
0 4
0 7
7 225
AST TO
0
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
7
4
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
4
0
0
15 15
BL
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
STL MIN
0 26
2 27
1 33
1 42
1 38
2 15
0 3
0 5
0 5
0 10
1 15
0 6
8 225
Detroit Titans (3-9, 0-1 Horizon League)
Name
FG
3-PT
FT
REB PTS
Yurgens-F ......................1-3 0-0 0-0
3
2
Cooper-F ........................3-4 0-0 2-2
1
8
Solner-G .........................2-6 0-1 0-0
3
2
Stubblefield-G .............2-5 0-1 2-4
2
6
Pasquinzo-G ................4-14 1-6 1-2
4 10
Evans ...............................3-5 0-0 3-5
1
9
Goddard.........................2-6 1-4 1-2
5
6
Cavitt ...............................0-0 0-0 0-0
0
0
Jaskot .............................5-14 1-5 0-0
1 11
Dunlop ...........................0-5 0-2 0-0
1
0
Brown..............................0-0 0-0 0-0
0
0
Others (3 players) .......0-1 0-0 0-0
0
0
Totals ............................ 22-63 3-19 9-15 27 56
(.349) (.158) (.600)
Others (<2 MIN): Davis, Garvin, Whittaker
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Milwaukee Panthers (5-7, 1-1 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............3-12
Schultz-F ........................3-9
Edwards-C ....................8-14
Onson-G........................6-13
O’Brien-G ......................6-11
McCain............................2-5
Cook ................................1-4
Hampton .......................0-0
Morton ...........................1-2
Markert ...........................1-2
Rogers.............................0-2
Rote .................................0-1
Totals ............................ 31-75
(.413)
3-PT
0-3
0-0
0-0
1-4
0-1
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
2-11
(.182)
FT
1-2
0-0
8-11
2-2
0-0
3-5
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-2
1-2
0-0
15-26
(.577)
REB
4
2
14
2
11
1
1
0
3
3
4
2
48
PTS
7
6
24
15
12
7
2
0
2
3
1
0
79
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Milwaukee Panthers
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2005-06 IN REVIEW
GAME 13 • MILWAUKEE 64, WRIGHT STATE 61
1/5/06 • 7 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 403
Score
Wright State
Milwaukee
1st 2nd Tot
20 41 - 61
29 35 - 64
Score
1st 2nd Tot
Milwaukee
31 33 - 64
Youngstown St. 25 34 - 59
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team led for much of the game, and by as many as 12,
before holding off a late Wright State run in recording a 64-61 win
over WSU Thursday evening at the Klotsche Center.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Traci Edwards scored 16 second-half points
to lead the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball
team to a 64-59 win over Youngstown State Thursday evening in
Youngstown.
Milwaukee pushed its lead to a game-high 12 points late in the second half after four-straight points by Kim Wypiszynski. She followed
a Traci Edwards layup by making a pair of free throws and, after a
WSU miss, finished a breakaway layup with 6:19 remaining.
The game was touch and go down the stretch, as Youngstown
closed the game within two at 61-59 on a Gaudiose three-point play
with 1:14 to go in the game. Kristy Gaudiose stripped Dana Schultz
at the top of the Panthers’ key and took the ball the distance, drawing contact on the layup. She then converted the charity toss to pull
YSU within two.
Wright State responded with a 13-0 run to take a brief one-point
lead at 60-59. Kendra Agee capped the run with a lay-in with just
2:32 to go. Fifteen seconds later, Edwards drew a foul and converted
both free throws to put UWM ahead for good at 61-60.
Emily Markert grabbed a rebound on Lewis’ ensuing three-point try
with 13 seconds left and was fouled. After sinking her first free throw
try, she missed the second, but Wypiszynski came up with her ninth
rebound of the game to ice the victory.
In the first half, UWM came out slow, missing seven-straight shots
after converting its first for a 2-0 lead. WSU rattled off eight-straight
points before the Panthers responded by making six of their next
nine on a 15-4 run and taking a five-point lead at 17-12. Milwaukee
took the lead at 13- 12 on an O’Brien layup just before the midway
point in the half. Edwards followed with a layup and then Markert
hit a jumper to put the home team up by five.
Milwaukee’s lead hit 11 at 29-18 when Dana Schultz hit a pair of free
throws with 33 seconds to go before halftime. Agee then hit a layup
with just two seconds remaining as UWM headed into the break
leading 29- 20.
Wright State Raiders (5-7, 1-1 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Agee-F ...........................6-14
Lewis-F ..........................6-13
Perez-G ...........................3-5
Whiteside-G ..................2-9
Mays-G...........................5-14
Comisar ..........................0-0
Duncan ...........................1-3
Hammock ......................0-6
Crayton ...........................0-0
Totals ............................ 23-64
(.359)
3-PT
0-0
1-3
2-4
0-0
1-7
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
4-16
(.250)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
3 12
4-6
6 17
0-2
3
8
6-8
4 10
0-1
7 11
0-0
0
0
1-2
4
3
0-0
1
0
0-0
0
0
11-19 31 61
(.579)
AST
5
0
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
10
TO
1
1
0
3
0
0
1
0
1
7
BL
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
3
STL MIN
2 22
2 37
0 26
4 37
6 38
0 9
0 10
1 17
0 4
15 200
AST TO
0
2
4
4
3
2
5
5
5
1
2
1
1
2
1
3
1
2
0
0
22 22
BL
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
STL MIN
0 17
1 27
1 28
0 36
0 38
0 7
0 5
0 19
0 19
1 4
3 200
Milwaukee Panthers (6-7, 2-1 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ...............2-5
Schultz-F ........................1-5
Edwards-C ....................8-10
Onson-G.........................1-6
O’Brien-G ......................6-11
Cook ................................0-0
Hampton .......................0-1
Wypiszynski ..................2-6
Markert...........................4-7
Rote .................................0-0
Totals ............................ 24-51
(.471)
66
GAME 14 • MILWAUKEE 64, YOUNGSTOWN STATE 59
1/12/06 • 4:15 p.m.
Youngstown, Ohio (Beeghly Center)
Attendance - 2,267
3-PT
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-2
0-0
0-1
0-1
1-1
0-0
2-8
(.250)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
5
4
2-2
1
4
5-7 11 21
0-0
6
2
2-2
8 15
2-4
1
2
0-0
0
0
2-4
9
6
1-2
5 10
0-0
1
0
14-21 49 64
(.667)
The Panthers led 31-25 at halftime and had built an 11-point lead
5:20 into the second half at 41-30. After Molly O’Brien hit a jumper
to make it an 11-point contest, the Penguins stormed back, using a
14-0 run to take their first lead since early in the first half. Gaudiose
keyed the run, hitting a three to tie the game at 41-41 and another
37 seconds later for a three-point YSU lead.
UWM eventually tied the game at 46-46 with 9:50 to play and took
the lead for good when Edwards hit two free throws just over 90
seconds later to make it 50- 48. Milwaukee pushed its lead to seven
at 59-52 on a Nichole Drummond three-pointer with 2:48 to play.
Milwaukee came out of the gates slowly, missing six of its first seven
shots in falling behind 5-2. The Panthers then went on a 15-2 run to
open a 10-point lead at 17-7, their largest lead of the first half. Schultz scored UWM’s first five points of the game, while it was Edwards
that put the team up for the first time at 7-with two free throws just
over five minutes in.
YSU double-teamed Edwards in the first half and she was held to
five in the frame, all from the free throw line. Emily Markert then
stepped up, scoring all eight of her points before the break.
Milwaukee Panthers (7-7, 3-1 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............3-12
Schultz-F ........................2-6
Edwards-C .....................6-9
Onson-G.........................1-2
O’Brien-G .......................5-9
McCain............................0-0
Cook ................................0-0
Hampton .......................0-1
Wypiszynski ..................1-2
Markert ...........................3-7
Rogers.............................1-1
Totals ............................ 22-49
(.449)
3-PT
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
1-1
2-6
(.333)
FT
REB PTS
3-4
4 10
2-6
1
6
9-17 13 21
2-2
5
4
0-0
6 10
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
2
2-2
1
8
0-0
1
3
18-31 35 64
(.581)
AST TO
2
0
0
3
3
2
1
2
2
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
2
5
0
1
12 15
BL
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
STL MIN
1 28
0 26
2 36
1 31
3 31
0 0+
0 3
0 6
0 13
1 21
0 6
8 200
BL
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
STL MIN
1 24
1 18
0 39
0 24
0 36
0 4
1 11
0 17
0 2
0 25
7 200
Youngstown State Penguins (4-11, 0-4 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Schloemp-F..................4-10
Sabree-F .........................0-1
Gaudiose-G ..................5-11
Vaughn-G ......................2-5
Russo-G ..........................3-8
Godfrey ..........................0-1
Snorf ................................1-2
Roscoe ............................1-6
Pendleton ......................0-0
Holmes ..........................4-11
Totals ............................ 20-55
(.364)
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
3-PT
0-0
0-0
3-7
1-2
0-3
0-0
0-0
1-4
0-0
0-0
5-16
(.313)
FT
REB PTS
3-4
8 11
2-2
1
2
1-1
3
4
1-1
5
6
2-5
4
8
0-0
1
0
0-0
3
2
0-0
2
3
0-0
0
0
5-6
5 13
14-19 37 59
(.737)
AST TO
2
0
0
2
14
0
4
2
3
2
1
2
0
1
1
1
0
1
3
2
14 13
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2005-06 IN REVIEW
Score
1st 2nd Tot
Milwaukee
39 29 - 68
Cleveland State 22 31 - 53
CLEVELAND, Ohio - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team shot 50 percent from the field and surrendered
a season-low point total in defeating Cleveland State, 68-53, in
Cleveland. The Panthers brought a 17-point halftime lead out of the
break and built it over 20 points late in the second half in coasting
to the win.
Cleveland managed to cut Milwaukee’s second-half lead to 12 points
with a 7-0 run capped by a three-point play from Dominique Butler
to make it 50-38 with 10:51 to play. Aubrey Hampton answered right
back with a three-pointer. After an Erin Martin jumper, Hampton hit
another three to kick-start an 11-2 run to give the Panthers their
biggest lead of the game at 64-42 with 4:33 to play.
UWM’s lead remained at-or-above 20 points until the 1:13 mark
when Martin hit a three-pointer as a part of a 9-2 CSU run to end
the game.
UWM was not threatened in the first half, taking the lead for good
4:24 into the game when Drummond hit a three-pointer to put the
Panthers ahead 5-3. They pushed their lead over 10 for the first time
at 20-9 on an Edwards layup and did not allow CSU closer than six
the rest of the way.
After Natalie Miller hit a layup with 3:33 to go before halftime, pulling the Vikings within six at 28-22, the Panthers ended the frame on
an 11-0 run. Drummond, who at one point scored 11-straight UWM
points, began the run with a layup and back-to-back jumpers. Edwards hit a layup and Onson banked in a 40-foot three-pointer at
the buzzer to cap the run and send the Panthers into halftime ahead
39-22.
Milwaukee Panthers (8-7, 4-1 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............8-10
Schultz-F ........................1-3
Edwards-C .....................5-7
Onson-G.........................3-8
O’Brien-G .......................3-9
McCain............................0-1
Cook ................................0-0
Hampton .......................3-4
Wypiszynski ..................0-1
Markert...........................3-7
Johnson..........................0-1
Rogers.............................0-1
Rote .................................0-0
Totals ............................ 26-52
(.500)
3-PT
1-2
0-0
0-0
2-5
0-2
0-0
0-0
2-3
0-0
3-5
0-1
0-0
0-0
8-18
(.444)
FT
REB PTS
1-2
6 18
1-4
1
3
2-7 14 12
0-0
4
8
0-0
3
6
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
8
2-2
4
2
0-0
2
9
0-0
0
0
2-2
1
2
0-0
0
0
8-17 42 68
(.471)
AST TO
4
3
2
1
3
3
5
4
3
2
1
1
0
3
0
1
0
2
1
4
0
0
0
1
0
0
19 25
BL
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
STL MIN
0 27
3 19
3 34
0 33
1 32
1 6
0 4
1 12
0 11
1 14
0 4
0 2
0 2
10 200
BL
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
STL MIN
1 22
4 28
2 20
0 21
5 32
1 21
0 10
1 24
2 22
16 200
Cleveland State Vikings (3-13, 1-4 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Thomas-F .......................1-3
Butler-F ...........................2-9
Hoying-F ........................1-2
Harrington-G ................1-5
Korth-G ...........................1-6
Miller ...............................2-3
Hormig ...........................0-1
Wilson ............................9-14
Martin ............................3-11
Totals ............................ 20-54
(.370)
3-PT
0-0
0-0
1-1
1-2
0-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-2
3-9
(.333)
FT
REB PTS
1-3
2
3
4-5
3
8
0-0
1
3
2-2
1
5
0-0
2
2
3-4
3
7
0-0
2
0
0-0
0 18
0-1
5
7
10-15 24 53
(.667)
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AST TO
1
2
0
2
1
3
2
3
2
2
2
0
0
1
0
3
4
2
12 19
GAME 16 • MILWAUKEE 81, NORTHWESTERN 73
1/18/06 • 7 p.m.
Evanston, Ill. (Welsh-Ryan Arena)
Attendance - 461
Score
1st 2nd Tot
Milwaukee
26 55 - 81
Northwestern 28 45 - 73
EVANSTON, Ill. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s
basketball team shot 66.7 percent in the second half and had five
players score in double figures as it came from behind to defeat
Northwestern, 81-73, Wednesday evening in Evanston.
The first eight minutes of the second half featured nine lead changes,
including seven in less than three minutes before the Panthers took
the lead on an Aubrey Hampton three-pointer to make it 44-42. NU
tied the game immediately before Hampton answered back with
another three with 11:13 to play to give UWM the lead for good.
Milwaukee’s lead reached a game-high 10 at 61-51 when Hampton
converted two free throws. Its lead reached 10 once again at 70-60,
while Northwestern managed to cut the lead to four on two occasions down the stretch, but could get no closer.
2005-06 Recaps/Box Scores
GAME 15 • MILWAUKEE 68, CLEVELAND STATE 53
1/14/06 • 2 p.m.
Cleveland, Ohio (Wolstein Center)
Attendance - 108
UWM took the lead for the first time in the game after scoring the
first five points after halftime, but saw NU rattle off six-straight
points to retake the lead 2:29 into the frame for the first of many
lead changes of the second half.
Northwestern had gotten the Panthers into a hole early, scoring the
first five points of the game and taking an early 12-4 lead when Sara
Stutz hit a jumper five minutes into the game. The Wildcats pushed
their lead to 10 at 18-8 just prior to the midway point before UWM
mounted a comeback.
Traci Edwards ignited a 14-4 run as UWM pulled within one at 22-21
with 5:25 to go before halftime. After Edwards sunk a pair of free
throws, Nichole Drummond hit a layup. Meredith Onson hit a three
and Hampton hit back-to-back treys to pull Milwaukee within one.
A free throw with just less than three minutes in the half tied the
game at 24-24 before NU scored the next four points. Molly O’Brien
hit layup inside the final minute as the game headed into the break
trailing 28-26.
Milwaukee Panthers (9-7)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............6-14
Schultz-F ........................2-4
Edwards-C .....................5-9
Onson-G.........................7-9
O’Brien-G .......................6-6
Hampton .......................4-8
Wypiszynski ..................0-0
Markert ...........................0-2
Rote .................................0-2
Totals ............................ 30-54
(.556)
3-PT
1-5
0-0
0-0
2-3
0-0
4-8
0-0
0-1
0-1
7-18
(.389)
FT
REB PTS
0-1
3 13
0-2
3
4
8-14 9 18
2-2
4 18
2-3
6 14
2-2
1 14
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
0
14-24 29 81
(.583)
AST TO
6
2
1
2
3
1
4
4
6
1
5
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
25 17
BL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
STL MIN
0 32
1 15
0 32
2 37
5 40
0 31
0 5
0 5
0 3
8 200
FT
REB PTS
4-4
0 23
0-0
5
7
0-0
2
2
0-0
2
5
0-0
3 14
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
5-5 11 21
1-2
1
1
10-11 25 73
(.909)
AST TO
4
5
5
2
0
0
5
4
2
4
0
0
0
0
2
5
1
1
19 21
BL
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
STL MIN
3 29
0 36
0 14
0 29
2 38
0 0+
1 16
3 34
0 4
9 200
Northwestern Wildcats (4-13)
Name
FG
Glasauer-F ....................9-11
Cartwright-F ................3-10
Miller-C ...........................1-6
Bibbs-G ...........................2-5
Stitz-G .............................6-6
Patten..............................0-0
Dickerson ......................0-2
Okonkwo ......................8-12
Roberts ...........................0-0
Totals ............................ 29-52
(.558)
3-PT
1-1
1-1
0-0
1-1
2-2
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
5-7
(.714)
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Milwaukee Panthers
2005-06 Recaps/Box Scores
2005-06 IN REVIEW
GAME 17 • MILWAUKEE 55, ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 54
1/21/06 • 2 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 603
Score
1st 2nd Tot
Illinois-Chicago 26 28 - 54
Milwaukee
34 21 - 55
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Turquoise McCain pounced on a UIC loose ball
with two seconds remaining and the Panthers holding a one-point
lead as the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball
withstood a late UIC run and defeated the Flames, 55-54, Saturday
afternoon at the Klotsche Center.
UWM took its largest lead of the game at 53-41 on a jumper by Nichole Drummond with 4:19 to go in the game. UIC then went on a 10-0
run to pull within two at 53-51. The streak was highlighted by threepoint plays by both Jacquay Holmes and Kelly True and was capped
by a LaShonda Grant layin with 32 seconds on the clock.
Coming out of the Panthers’ second timeout in 11 seconds, Meredith Onson was fouled and hit a pair of free throws with 22 seconds
to play. Krystal Hugelier immediately hit a three-pointer to make it a
one-point game. Onson was then once again fouled and missed the
front end of a one and one. True got the rebound, but the Flames
could not get a shot off as McCain came up with the steal as time
expired.
Coming out of halftime, UWM held an eight-point lead, but saw it
evaporate thanks to an 11-2 Flame run to start the period. Nicole
Rinaldi’s layup 4:35 into the second half gave UIC its final lead of the
game at 37-36. The Panthers responded with nine-straight points to
take control of the game until the waning seconds.
An 8-0 run just over one minute later the put the Panthers up by 12.
Drummond scored 10 of UWM’s first 14 points as the game began
as a close-knit affair. After six lead changes in the first 11 minutes,
fourstraight Traci Edwards free throws put the Panthers ahead for
the remainder of the half at 22-20. It was also the start of a 9-0 run
that gave Milwaukee a seven-point lead at 27-20.
Its lead would get no lower than four, and reached eight when Onson hit the team’s only three inside the half’s final minute.
Illinois-Chicago Flames (7-10, 3-3 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Rinaldi-C.........................3-6
Dizon-G .........................3-11
Grant-G..........................7-16
True-G .............................4-9
Hugelier-G .....................1-8
Grobbecker ...................0-0
Parker ..............................0-4
Hluska .............................2-4
Holmes ...........................3-9
Totals ............................ 23-67
(.343)
3-PT
0-0
0-5
1-4
1-2
1-5
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
3-18
(.167)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
1
6
0-0
4
6
2-3
3 17
1-1
5 10
0-0
5
3
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
0
1-1
5
5
1-1
5
7
5-6 30 54
(.833)
AST TO
0
0
1
0
4
2
4
2
4
2
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
12 13
BL
0
0
0
1
1
0
2
0
0
3
STL MIN
1 16
1 34
1 35
0 28
0 36
0 3
1 13
0 21
0 14
6 200
Milwaukee Panthers (10-7, 5-1 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............6-10
Schultz-F ........................2-6
Edwards-C .....................1-2
Onson-G.........................3-7
O’Brien-G .......................4-7
McCain............................1-2
Hampton .......................1-3
Wypiszynski ..................3-4
Markert...........................0-3
Totals ............................ 21-44
(.477)
68
3-PT
0-3
0-0
0-0
1-4
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-3
1-11
(.091)
FT
REB PTS
3-5
4 15
0-0
3
4
7-8 14
9
2-3
3
9
0-0
5
8
0-2
2
2
0-0
0
2
0-0
6
6
0-0
2
0
12-18 41 55
(.667)
AST TO
1
4
1
1
3
9
3
2
6
4
1
1
0
1
0
1
2
0
17 24
BL
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
4
STL MIN
1 36
1 19
1 30
1 33
1 35
1 11
0 12
1 15
0 9
7 200
GAME 18 • WRIGHT STATE 69, MILWAUKEE 67
1/26/06 • 6 p.m.
Dayton, Ohio (Nutter Center)
Attendance - 179
Score
Milwaukee
Wright State
1st 2nd Tot
30 37 - 67
38 31 - 69
DAYTON, Ohio - Traci Edwards grabbed a school-record 22 rebounds to go with a team-high 21 points, but it was not enough as
the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team fell
to Wright State, 69-67, in Dayton. The Panthers had won 15-straight
against the Raiders, while their five-game winning and four-game
road streaks also came to an end.
Milwaukee nearly erased a nine-point Wright State lead in the final
2:35. Trailing 62-53, Emily Markert hit a layup and was followed by a
three-point play from Edwards to make it 62-58. The Raiders then hit
7-of-8 free throws down the stretch to keep UWM at bay. The Panthers answered with a pair of Edwards layups, a Markert three and a
layup by Nichole Drummond in the closing seconds.
It was Edwards who made it 69-67 on a layup with a second to play,
but Milwaukee could not foul quick enough on the inbounds pass
and time expired.
The Raiders led throughout the second half, as their lead reached 10
at 56-46 when Rhea Mays drilled a three with 6:41 to play. Trailing
eight at the break, UWM could get no closer than five until the final
minute.
Wright State ended the first half on a 13-3 run to take a 38-30 lead
into the half. Milwaukee had led throughout the opening frame, finally at 27- 25 on a Markert three-pointer with 3:18 to play in the
half. It was UWM’s last field goal of the first half, as it headed into the
break trailing by eight.
UWM had led by as many as seven early, when Edwards hit a layup
just under five minutes into the game to make it 11-4. The Panthers’
lead would reach five four more times, finally at 22-17 on a jumper
by Meredith Onson with 7:08 to play.
Milwaukee Panthers (10-8, 5-2 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............6-15
Schultz-F ........................0-1
Edwards-C ....................7-12
Onson-G.........................3-6
O’Brien-G .......................3-9
McCain............................1-1
Hampton .......................0-3
Wypiszynski ..................0-1
Markert ..........................5-13
Totals ............................ 25-61
(.410)
3-PT
1-5
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-2
0-0
2-6
3-14
(.214)
FT
REB PTS
2-3
6 15
1-4
4
1
7-9 22 21
0-0
2
6
1-1
7
7
1-2
1
3
0-0
1
0
0-0
0
0
2-2
5 14
14-21 50 67
(.667)
AST TO
1
3
2
0
2
3
3
3
2
4
0
2
1
1
0
0
2
7
13 23
BL
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
STL MIN
0 31
0 15
2 39
0 32
1 36
0 5
0 9
0 7
0 26
3 200
AST TO
3
1
0
2
2
0
6
4
2
3
2
0
0
1
0
0
15 11
BL
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
5
STL MIN
1 33
1 32
1 28
5 40
1 40
2 11
0 1
0 15
11 200
Wright State Raiders (8-11, 4-5 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Lewis-F ...........................2-6
Hammock-F .................3-10
Comisar-G......................2-5
Whiteside-G .................2-12
Mays-G......................... 10-12
Agee ................................1-2
Duncan ...........................0-0
Avery ..............................5-10
Totals ............................ 25-57
(.439)
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
3-PT
0-0
1-3
0-2
0-0
3-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
4-8
(.500)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
6
4
0-0
3
7
4-6
2
8
8-10 4 12
3-3
3 26
0-0
1
2
0-0
0
0
0-2
5 10
15-21 26 69
(.714)
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2005-06 IN REVIEW
Score
1st 2nd Tot
Cleveland State 19 27 - 36
Milwaukee
30 31 - 61
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Nichole Drummond scored a game-high 17
points and Traci Edwards posted her 10th double-double of the
season as the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team beat Cleveland State, 61-46, Saturday afternoon at the
Klotsche Center.
The win was the 100th league win of UWM head coach Sandy Botham’s career. She is the second coach in league history to reach the
milestone. Botham, in her 10th season as Milwaukee head coach,
joined UW-Green Bay’s Kevin Borseth in the exclusive club. Borseth
reached the mark earlier this season.
After building an 11-point halftime lead, the Panthers did not allow
CSU within 10 the remainder of the contest. Freshman Turquoise
McCain hit a layup and was fouled with just over six minutes remaining in the game, drew the foul and completed the three-point
play from the free throw to give UWM its largest lead of the afternoon at 52-30.
Milwaukee had little trouble with Cleveland State, jumping out to
an 11- 2 lead on a jumper by senior Molly O’Brien just over six minutes into the game. The Panthers built their lead to 14 for the first
time at 26-12 when Edwards hit a layup just after the final media
timeout of the half.
Drummond converted two free throws with 15 seconds to go before halftime to provide for UWM’s 11-point halftime lead. She had
13 firsthalf points for her sixth-straight double-digit scoring game.
Cleveland State Vikings (3-16, 1-7 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Hormig-F .......................2-5
Martin-F .........................1-6
Butler-C .........................5-10
Harrington-G ................0-6
Korth-G ...........................3-7
Miller ...............................2-4
Farley Samad ................0-0
Neidermeyer ................0-0
Wilson .............................3-6
Bowser ............................0-2
Thomas...........................1-3
Hoying ............................0-0
Totals ............................ 17-49
(.347)
3-PT
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-5
1-3
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
1-12
(.083)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
0
4
3-4
1
5
0-0
4 10
0-0
1
0
0-0
7
7
4-4
1
8
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
0
2-2
3
8
0-0
1
0
2-4
3
4
0-0
0
0
11-14 28 46
(.786)
AST TO
0
1
2
3
0
4
1
2
3
3
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
6 18
BL
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
3
STL MIN
1 23
0 21
5 32
1 24
2 35
3 21
0 2
0 2
0 16
0 9
0 12
0 3
12 200
Milwaukee Panthers (11-8, 6-2 Horizon League)
Name
FG
3-PT
FT
REB PTS AST TO BL STL MIN
Drummond-F ..............5-13 3-7 4-4
5 17
2
4
0
1 26
Schultz-F ........................2-4 0-0 2-2
5
6
3
2
0
0 23
Edwards-C .....................4-9 0-0 5-7 11 13
2
0
1
2 30
Onson-G.........................2-5 0-2 0-0
7
4
2
3
0
1 31
O’Brien-G .......................2-9 0-1 0-1
7
4
1
1
0
3 31
McCain............................2-3 0-0 1-4
0
5
1
2
0
0 10
Cook ................................1-1 0-0 1-4
0
3
1
2
0
0 5
Hampton .......................2-3 1-2 0-0
0
5
0
2
0
0 9
Markert...........................0-3 0-2 0-1
1
0
1
1
0
0 11
Rogers.............................0-0 0-0 0-0
1
0
4
2
0
0 11
Others (7 players) .......0-2 0-1 4-4
3
4
0
1
0
0 13
Totals ............................ 20-52 4-15 17-27 44 61 16 19
1
7 200
(.385) (.267) (.630)
Others (<4 MIN): Klein, Johnson, Wypiszynski, Morton, Fournier, Hudson, Rote
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GAME 20 • MILWAUKEE 69, UW-GREEN BAY 67
2/4/06 • 3 p.m.
Score
1st 2nd Tot
Green Bay, Wis. (Phoenix Sports Center) Milwaukee
31 38 - 69
Attendance - 1,850
UW-Green Bay 27 40 - 67
GREEN BAY, Wis. - Nichole Drummond led five Panthers in double
figures and scored her 1,000th career point as the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee women’s basketball upset UW-Green Bay, 69-67,
Saturday afternoon in Green Bay. Milwaukee ended UW-Green Bay’s
11-game winning streak and won in Green Bay for the first time
since Feb. 21, 1998.
Drummond scored 16 points and had six assists on the night she
became UWM’s 14th member of the 1,000-point club.
The game came down to the final seconds, as Green Bay attempted
to erase a five-point Panther lead in the final seconds. Meredith Onson made it 69-64 on a jumper with 22 seconds to play. On UWM’s
next possession, Onson drew a foul and missed the first of a oneand-one.
2005-06 Recaps/Box Scores
GAME 19 • MILWAUKEE 61, CLEVELAND STATE 46
1/28/06 • 2 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 907
Amanda Popp grabbed the rebound and hit a three-pointer with
6.1 on the clock to make it 69-67 and UWGB called timeout. On the
ensuing inbounds play, UWM was called for a five-second violation
and, after each team called a timeout, Soulis missed a seven-footer with four seconds to go. Popp grabbed the rebound and got a
timeout with 0.3 seconds on the clock. Milwaukee then knocked
away Soulis’ catch-and-shoot attempt on the inbounds as the horn
sounded.
After seeing their four-point halftime lead slip away, the Panthers
took control down the stretch. They fought back to tie it for the last
time at 57-57 on two Drummond free throws with 5:32 to go. Traci
Edwards followed with a layup and Megan Rogers scored Milwaukee’s next eight points in a 12-5 run for its late four-point lead.
Molly O’Brien gave Milwaukee its largest lead of the game at 38-30
on a three less than three minutes into the second half, before UWGreen Bay rattled off a 12-0 run for the lead at 42-38.
Milwaukee Panthers (12-8, 7-2 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............6-14
Schultz-F ........................0-2
Edwards-C .....................6-8
Onson-G........................5-10
O’Brien-G .......................5-7
McCain............................0-0
Hampton .......................1-5
Markert ...........................1-4
Fournier..........................0-1
Rogers.............................3-3
Totals ............................ 27-54
(.500)
3-PT
2-8
0-0
0-0
1-4
2-4
0-0
1-4
1-4
0-0
2-2
9-26
(.346)
FT
REB PTS
2-2
3 16
0-0
3
0
0-1 10 12
0-1
4 11
1-2
8 13
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
3
0-0
3
3
0-0
0
0
3-4
1 11
6-10 35 69
(.600)
AST TO
6
3
0
1
5
2
4
2
2
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
19 14
BL
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
STL MIN
0 37
0 12
0 34
0 36
2 40
0 2
1 14
1 9
0 6
0 10
4 200
AST
1
0
6
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
12
BL
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
STL MIN
1 26
1 35
0 40
2 38
1 40
0 7
0 3
0 0+
0 3
0 8
5 200
UW-Green Bay Phoenix (16-4, 9-1 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Soulis-F ..........................6-13
Groh-G ............................2-6
Berglin-G .......................7-17
Porath-G .........................0-1
Popp-G ..........................3-10
Harty ...............................1-2
Glover .............................2-3
Fieck ................................0-0
Witkowski ......................1-1
Dixon...............................0-0
Totals ............................ 22-53
(.415)
3-PT
2-3
1-1
3-8
0-1
3-9
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
10-24
(.417)
FT
REB PTS
9-10 4 23
0-0
3
5
2-2
6 19
0-0
3
0
2-2
5 11
0-0
0
3
0-0
0
4
0-0
0
0
0-0
0
2
0-0
2
0
13-14 27 67
(.929)
TO
0
2
3
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
9
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Milwaukee Panthers
2005-06 Recaps/Box Scores
2005-06 IN REVIEW
GAME 21 • MILWAUKEE 67, LOYOLA 58
2/9/06 • 5:30 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (U.S. Cellular Arena)
Attendance - 1,175
Score
Loyola
Milwaukee
GAME 22 • MILWAUKEE 74, BUTLER 62
1st 2nd Tot
36 22 - 58
39 28 - 67
2/11/06 • 1 p.m.
Score
Indianapolis, Ind. (Hinkle Fieldhouse) Milwaukee
Attendance - 334
Butler
1st 2nd Tot
35 39 - 74
31 31 - 62
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team held Loyola without a field goal over the final
11:41 of the second half to overcome a late three-point deficit and
win, 67-58, Thursday night at the U.S. Cellular Arena.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
women’s basketball team shot 60 percent from the field and had
two 20-point scorers as it defeated Butler, 74-62, Saturday afternoon
in Indianapolis.
Jenna Real converted a three-point play in the paint to put Loyola
ahead 50-47 with 11:41 to play, but the Ramblers would be held to
just eight free throws the remainder of the game. UWM tied the
game less than a minute later, when Katie Fournier converted a
three-point play of her own.
Traci Edwards led the Panthers with 23 points, while Nichole Drummond was close behind with 22 on a school-record 10-of-11 shooting (.909). The 60 percent shooting was UWM’s best since a schoolrecord 61.5-percent performance against Wright State in 2003.
Nichole Drummond then put Milwaukee up for good at 52-50 with
a layup at the 9:12 mark and UWM ended the game on a 20-8 run.
Milwaukee brought a 35-31 lead out of halftime and built it to eight
points at 41-33 less than three minutes into the frame. Both squads
hit layups to start the second half, but Drummond followed that up
with a layup of her own and Meredith Onson hit a jumper.
After the game started out as a shootout, both teams cooled off
with the Panthers shooting 47.2 percent for the game, including a
season-high 54.5 percent on three’s. Loyola shot 44.2 percent on the
night, but kept the game close by hitting 15-of-19 free throws. Both
teams were on fire in the first half, combining to shoot 52 percent in
the opening period, including a robust 62.5 percent on three-point
attempts.
Both teams battled for much of the half, with Butler pulling within
one on a number of occasions. The Panthers kept them at bay with a
pair of 6-0 runs late, the second giving them their largest lead of the
game at 70-59. Edwards hit a pair of layups and Aubrey Hampton hit
one of her own for UWM’s 11-point advantage with 1:52 to play.
Coming out of halftime with Milwaukee holding a two-point advantage, the Ramblers opened the half with a 7-1 run to take a threepoint lead at 43-40 on a layup by Erin Ponder 3:26. Megan Rogers
immediately tied the game with a three-pointer, as each team answered the other until UWM tied the game at 50-50.
Loyola had taken the lead at 20-17 midway through the first half
with a 7-0 run, but the Panthers then rattled off 10-straight points
to take a commanding lead at 27-20. Traci Edwards and Rogers hit
back-to-back jumpers, before Rogers and Aubrey Hampton sank
consecutive three’s.
With the UWM lead reaching eight in the final 30 seconds, Marquise
Hanser scored the final five points of the half on a three and then a
jumper with five seconds remaining to make it 39-36 at halftime.
Cassie Freeman then hit a three for Butler with 97 seconds remaining, but Edwards and Drummond answered with quick buckets to
provide for the final score.
Butler led early and for most of the first half before the Panthers
started to claw back late in the period. Freeman hit a three to make
it 23-19 with 6:21 to play. Hampton answered with a three and, after
a BU layup, UWM scored eight-straight points for a five-point lead at
30-25 under two minutes before the half.
Molly O’Brien hit a layup and Aubri Rote followed with a jumper.
Hampton then came up with a steal and took it all the way for a
layup and Edwards capped the run with a layup of her own. The Bulldogs pulled within two with 6.1 seconds remaining, but Edwards hit
a layup with time expiring to make it 35-31 at the break.
Milwaukee Panthers (14-8, 9-2 Horizon League)
Loyola Ramblers (3-19, 3-8 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Lucas-F ...........................1-2
Real-F .............................7-11
Ponder-C ........................3-3
Hanser-G .......................4-17
Mennella-G ...................3-9
Garcia ..............................0-0
Nabolotney ...................1-1
Totals ............................ 19-43
(.442)
3-PT
1-1
0-0
0-0
2-7
2-5
0-0
0-0
5-13
(.385)
FT
REB PTS
2-2
7
5
8-9
6 22
2-4
4
8
3-4
3 13
0-0
0
8
0-0
2
0
0-0
1
2
15-19 27 58
(.789)
AST TO
1
4
3
1
3
5
3
6
2
3
1
0
2
2
15 23
BL
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
STL MIN
1 28
0 38
0 28
2 39
4 37
2 13
1 17
10 200
AST TO
4
1
0
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
2
2
18 16
BL
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
STL MIN
3 38
2 12
2 29
1 38
1 30
0 17
0 6
0 4
1 9
0 17
10 200
Milwaukee Panthers (13-8, 8-2 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............5-13
Schultz-F ........................1-2
Edwards-C ....................5-10
Onson-G.........................5-9
O’Brien-G .......................0-5
Hampton .......................1-2
Wypiszynski ..................2-2
Markert...........................0-0
Fournier..........................2-3
Rogers.............................4-7
Totals ............................ 25-53
(.472)
70
3-PT
2-3
0-0
0-1
1-1
0-1
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-4
6-11
(.545)
FT
REB PTS
5-7
5 17
0-0
2
2
5-8
9 15
0-0
1 11
0-0
5
0
0-0
1
3
0-0
0
4
0-0
0
0
1-1
3
5
0-0
0 10
11-16 29 67
(.688)
Name
FG
Wypiszynski-F ..............1-2
Drummond-F ............ 10-11
Edwards-C .................. 10-16
Onson-G.........................2-5
O’Brien-G .......................3-4
Hampton .......................3-7
Fournier..........................1-4
Rote .................................2-4
Schultz ............................1-2
Totals ............................ 33-55
(.600)
3-PT
0-0
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-5
0-0
1-1
0-0
4-9
(.444)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
0
2
0-1
3 22
3-6
9 23
0-0
1
4
0-1
9
6
0-0
2
7
0-0
5
2
1-2
3
6
0-0
0
2
4-10 34 74
(.400)
AST TO
3
0
1
3
1
0
9
5
2
3
0
1
0
2
1
1
1
0
18 15
BL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
STL MIN
0 11
2 33
1 27
0 36
1 34
1 19
0 13
0 19
0 8
5 200
AST TO
4
1
2
2
0
2
1
1
3
5
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
12 13
BL
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
STL MIN
1 34
2 26
0 24
4 36
0 36
0 21
0 6
1 17
0 0+
8 200
Butler Bulldogs (12-11, 7-5 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Freeman-F .....................5-8
Brown-F..........................1-4
Akande-C .......................4-9
Closser-G........................2-6
Hamilton-G ...................3-5
Jones ...............................3-6
Gheorghe ......................1-2
Bain .................................4-10
Grussing/Smart ...........0-0
Totals ............................ 23-50
(.460)
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3-PT
2-3
0-1
0-0
1-4
1-3
1-2
0-0
1-5
0-0
6-18
(.333)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
6 12
0-0
2
2
2-2
5 10
2-2
2
7
2-4
1
9
4-4
2 11
0-0
0
2
0-0
1
9
0-0
0
0
10-12 20 62
(.833)
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Score
1st 2nd Tot
UW-Green Bay 26 29 - 55
Milwaukee
33 32 - 65
GAME 24 • MILWAUKEE 69, DETROIT 55
2/16/06 • 7 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 181
Score
Detroit
Milwaukee
1st 2nd Tot
28 27 - 55
33 36 - 69
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Nichole Drummond scored a game-high 23
points and Traci Edwards grabbed 21 rebounds to lead the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee women’s basketball team to a 65-55
win over UW-Green Bay Monday night at the Klotsche Center.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Traci Edwards scored a game-high 15 points
and Dana Schultz added a career-high 11 to lead the University of
Wisconsin- Milwaukee women’s basketball team to a 69-55 win over
Detroit Thursday night at the Klotsche Center.
Milwaukee held Green Bay to a season-low 55 points on a seasonlow 36.1 percent shooting. Meanwhile, the Panthers shot 48.9 percent, including 50 percent on three-point attempts. They also outrebounded their guests, 41-27.
Milwaukee shot 47.7 percent on the night on just 44 shots, but went
24-for-34 (.706) from the free throw line. Meanwhile, UDM went to
the free throw line just three times, making none. The Panthers also
outrebounded Detroit, 42-30.
Drummond led the offensive attack on 6-of-11 shooting, including
4-for-5 on three’s. Edwards finished with 12 points to go with her
second 20-rebound game of the season.
UWM jumped out to a 12-5 lead on a Schultz jumper 5:42 into the
game, but the Titans fought back to take the lead at 17-16 when
Shawanna Stubblefield hit back-to-back baskets midway through
the frame. Both teams traded baskets until Megan Rogers put the
Panthers ahead for good at 20-19 with 8:19 to go before halftime.
Bringing a seven-point lead out of halftime, Milwaukee pushed its
lead over 10 behind seven-straight points by Edwards. She drew
contact on a layup and converted the three-point play to make it
43-32 with 15:43 to play. The lead then remained in double-digits for
the majority of the game.
UWGB drew within nine on a Soulis three-pointer with 3:11 to go
in the game, but Milwaukee answered with four-straight points
from the free throw line, including a pair of charity tosses by Aubrey
Hampton inside the last minute, to make it 65-53.
In the first half, UWM scored the first eight points of the game on
back-to-back three-pointers by Drummond and Molly O’Brien and
a layin from Edwards. But, a 10-0 Phoenix run one minute later gave
them a 12-10 lead just over five minutes in. After Green Bay’s lead
reached four at 16-12, Hampton hit two free throws and Drummond
scored five-straight points to retake the lead at 19-16.
The game’s final tie came when Drummond sank two free throws
to make it 23-23. O’Brien then hit a layup and drew contact to put
the Panthers ahead by two. Aubri Rote then hit a three-pointer on
UWM’s next possession to push the lead to five.
UW-Green Bay Phoenix (18-5, 10-2 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Porath-F .........................1-4
Soulis-F ..........................8-22
Groh-G ............................1-3
Berglin-G ........................4-9
Popp-G ..........................5-11
Harty ..............................2-10
Glover .............................1-2
Totals ............................ 22-61
(.361)
3-PT
0-1
2-8
0-0
0-3
3-7
1-5
0-0
6-24
(.250)
FT
REB PTS
2-2
5
4
1-1
7 19
1-2
1
3
0-0
3
8
0-0
6 13
0-0
3
5
1-2
1
3
5-7 27 55
(.714)
AST TO
3
0
0
3
0
1
4
3
1
2
0
1
0
0
8 10
BL
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
2
STL MIN
6 29
3 36
1 28
4 40
1 40
2 23
0 4
17 200
AST TO
1
1
0
1
3
1
3
9
4
3
0
0
4
2
0
0
2
2
0
2
17 21
BL
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
STL MIN
0 19
0 12
2 33
1 31
2 33
0 0+
0 22
2 7
0 13
0 10
5 200
Milwaukee Panthers (15-8, 10-2 Horizon league)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............6-11
Schultz-F ........................0-0
Edwards-C .....................5-6
Onson-G.........................0-4
O’Brien-G ......................7-11
McCain............................0-0
Hampton .......................0-5
Fournier..........................1-1
Rogers.............................0-2
Rote .................................3-5
Totals ............................ 22-45
(.489)
3-PT
4-5
0-0
0-0
0-2
1-3
0-0
0-3
0-0
0-0
3-3
8-16
(.500)
FT
REB PTS
7-8
2 23
0-0
3
0
2-4 21 12
0-0
4
0
0-1
4 15
0-0
0
0
4-4
0
4
0-0
2
2
0-0
0
0
0-1
3
9
13-18 41 65
(.722)
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GAME 23 • MILWAUKEE 65, UW-GREEN BAY 55
2/13/06 • 7 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 1,087
Detroit remained within one with 7:21 remaining, but Milwaukee
then scored the next eight points. The Titans, meanwhile, were held
scoreless for almost six minutes to open a nine-point lead. The Panthers never looked back, taking a 33-28 lead into the break.
A 10-2 run early in the second half pushed UWM’s lead to 11 just five
minutes into the second half. Its lead would peak at 13 before Detroit
fought back within five, capped by another basket by Stubblefield.
Milwaukee pulled away once again, hitting 12-of-17 free throws after that point and making all three field goal attempts down the
stretch to go ahead by 14 in the final 33 seconds.
Detroit Titans (11-14, 8-6 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Yurgens-F ......................0-1
Cooper-F ........................4-6
Goddard-G ....................4-7
Solner-G ........................4-11
Pasquinzo-G .................1-9
Evans ...............................1-3
Davis ................................0-0
Stubblefield .................5-11
Cavitt ...............................0-1
Jaskot ..............................2-7
Dunlop ...........................3-8
Whittaker .......................0-0
Brown..............................0-0
Totals ............................ 24-64
(.375)
3-PT
0-0
0-1
2-3
2-5
1-6
0-2
0-0
0-4
0-0
1-5
1-1
0-0
0-0
7-27
(.259)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
4
0
0-0
1
8
0-2
3 10
0-1
3 10
0-0
5
3
0-0
1
2
0-0
1
0
0-0
2 10
0-0
1
0
0-0
1
5
0-0
3
7
0-0
2
0
0-0
0
0
0-3 30 55
(.000)
AST TO
0
1
0
2
0
3
2
2
4
1
0
1
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0 14
BL
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
5
STL MIN
0 10
0 14
2 24
4 24
1 33
0 12
0 1
2 23
0 4
0 19
0 25
0 9
0 2
9 200
AST TO
2
4
1
2
2
1
4
2
1
0
0
3
1
2
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
13 18
BL
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
STL MIN
0 33
1 18
2 29
0 27
0 17
0 13
0 21
0 4
0 12
0 10
2 9
0 7
5 200
Milwaukee Panthers (16-8, 11-2 Horizon League)
Name
FG
3-PT
FT
REB PTS
Drummond-F ..............3-10 1-2 1-2
4
8
Schultz-F ........................5-7 0-1 1-3
4 11
Edwards-C .....................4-8 0-0 7-10 8 15
Onson-G.........................1-3 0-0 3-4
2
5
O’Brien-G .......................2-3 1-1 0-0
1
5
McCain............................1-1 0-0 2-2
4
4
Hampton .......................0-2 0-0 2-2
1
2
Wypiszynski ..................1-1 0-0 4-4
3
6
Markert ...........................1-1 1-1 4-4
4
7
Fournier..........................1-3 0-0 0-0
5
2
Rogers.............................2-4 0-2 0-1
3
4
Others (5 players) .......0-0 0-0 0-0
0
0
Totals ............................ 21-44 3-7 24-34 42 69
(.477) (.429) (.706)
Others (<3 MIN): Cook, Klein, Johnson, Hudson, Rote
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GAME 25 • MILWAUKEE 67, YOUNGSTOWN STATE 44
2/18/06 • 7 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 361
Score
1st 2nd Tot
Youngstown St. 19 25 - 44
Milwaukee
26 41 - 67
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee sent its
seniors out on a high note, rolling past Youngstown State, 67-44,
Saturday night at the Klotsche Center on Senior Day. It was the Panthers seventh-straight win.
With the win, Milwaukee clinched no worse than second place for
the seventh-straight season. The Panthers remain in a first-place tie
with UW-Green Bay, which defeated Detroit, 71-58, with two games
remaining for both teams. They’ve beaten the Phoenix twice this
season to hold the tiebreaker.
The Panthers had the advantage in most every stat category, shooting 47.3 percent from the field and finishing with 18 assists and season-highs of 12 steals and seven blocks. They also outrebounded
Youngstown, 35- 27. YSU shot just 35.6 percent for the game and
committed 22 turnovers.
Score
1st 2nd Tot
Milwaukee
27 38 - 65
Illinois-Chicago 26 32 - 58
CHICAGO, Ill. - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s
basketball team used a 20-5 run midway through the second half
to run away with a 65-58 win over UIC Thursday night in Chicago.
The Panthers won for the eighth-straight time and are now one win
away from their first Horizon League Championship since 2000-01.
UIC had taken a four-point lead at 40-36, using an 11-3 run to overcome a four-point deficit. Meredith Onson ended the run with a
jumper just over five minutes into the half. Emily Markert then hit
the first of three 3-pointers in the second half and was followed by
back-to-back baskets by Molly O’Brien and Onson to make it 45-40.
Krystal Hugelier hit a three and Chrissy Dizon converted two free
throws to stem the tide and tie the game at 45-45, but that was as
close as the Flames would get. Markert then hit a pair of three’s,
bookending five-straight points by Edwards to build an 11-point
lead.
Katie Fournier blocked five shots to lead the defensive effort, while
Traci Edwards added four steals and Molly O’Brien three. Fournier’s
blocks are tied for the second-most in school history, while Edwards
and Emily Markert each added blocks.
The lead became a game-high 12 when O’Brien answered two UIC
free throws with a three-point play, making it 59-47 with 5:54 to go.
Milwaukee pulled away in the second half, scoring the 11 of the first
12 points to extend a seven-point lead to 17 at 37-20 with 16:06
to play. Monique Godfrey made it a 15-point game at 39-24 with a
layup, but that was as close as Youngstown State would get.
Milwaukee took a one-point lead into halftime, thanks to a 10-0 run
midway through the opening frame. After the Panthers had fallen
behind, 17-12, O’Brien hit a layup with 9:30 to go, kick-starting the
rally. Nichole Drummond followed with a three and layup, before
O’Brien made it 22-17 with a three-pointer of her own at the 7:15
mark.
Youngstown State Penguins (7-19, 3-12 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Schloemp-F..................6-12
Sabree-F .........................0-1
Godfrey-G ......................2-3
Gaudiose-G ...................1-4
Russo-G ..........................1-2
Cohill ...............................0-1
Snorf ................................2-6
Vaughn ...........................0-2
Roscoe ............................0-1
Pendleton ......................0-1
LaFleur ............................1-1
Holmes ..........................3-11
Totals ............................ 16-45
(.356)
3-PT
1-1
0-0
0-0
1-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-4
(.500)
FT
REB PTS
1-1
3 14
0-0
0
0
1-4
3
5
0-0
3
3
4-6
2
6
0-0
1
0
3-4
2
7
0-0
4
0
0-0
0
0
1-2
1
1
0-0
2
2
0-0
4
6
10-17 27 44
(.588)
AST TO
0
4
1
1
0
1
2
1
3
2
1
4
2
3
0
4
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
9 22
BL
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
3
STL MIN
1 24
1 9
1 26
0 33
1 27
1 12
1 18
1 17
0 6
1 5
1 6
0 17
9 200
BL
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
5
0
0
12
STL MIN
1 34
1 25
4 21
1 15
3 31
0 6
0 7
0 4
0 11
1 18
0 18
1 6
0 4
67 200
Milwaukee Panthers (17-8, 12-2 Horizon League)
Name
FG
3-PT
FT
REB
Drummond-F ..............5-12 1-5 5-6
5
Schultz-F ........................5-5 0-0 0-0
3
Edwards-C .....................4-8 0-0 3-5
6
Cook-G............................3-6 0-1 1-1
4
O’Brien-G .......................4-9 1-2 1-2
3
McCain............................0-2 0-0 1-2
0
Hampton .......................0-3 0-2 0-0
0
Wypiszynski ..................1-1 0-0 0-0
2
Markert...........................1-2 1-1 0-0
0
Onson .............................3-3 1-1 0-0
1
Fournier..........................0-2 0-0 0-0
6
Rogers.............................0-2 0-1 0-0
0
Others (4 players) .......0-0 0-0 0-0
1
Totals ............................ 26-55 4-13 11-16 35
(.473) (.308) (.688)
Others (<1 MIN): Klein, Johnson, Hudson, Rote
72
GAME 26 • MILWAUKEE 65, ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 58
2/23/06 • 7 p.m.
Chicago, Ill. (UIC Pavilion)
Attendance - 503
PTS
16
10
11
7
10
1
0
2
3
7
0
0
0
18
AST
2
2
3
4
3
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
17
TO
3
1
3
0
1
1
2
0
0
1
0
3
2
7
UIC scored five-straight points one minute later to tie the game at
24-24 with 4:06 to go. O’Brien then hit a three-pointer and Kelly True
answered with a jumper for the Flames to provide for the score at
the break.
Milwaukee Panthers (18-8, 13-2 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Drummond-F ..............4-12
Schultz-F ........................1-3
Edwards-C ....................6-12
Onson-G.........................3-7
O’Brien-G ......................7-13
McCain............................0-1
Hampton .......................0-2
Wypiszynski ..................0-0
Markert ...........................3-4
Fournier..........................0-2
Rogers.............................0-1
Totals ............................ 24-59
(.407)
3-PT
1-4
0-0
0-0
1-1
2-3
0-1
0-2
0-0
3-3
0-1
0-1
7-15
(.467)
FT
REB PTS
5-6
7 14
0-0
0
2
1-6 10 13
1-2
2
8
1-2
6 17
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
0
0-0
0
0
0-2
1
9
2-2
2
2
0-0
0
0
10-22 43 65
(.455)
AST TO
0
1
4
3
2
1
8
5
4
3
0
1
2
2
0
2
1
2
1
0
0
1
22 21
BL
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
STL MIN
0 38
0 9
1 24
1 37
3 34
1 2
0 8
1 2
1 20
0 16
1 10
8 200
BL
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
4
STL MIN
1 32
2 18
5 32
5 39
0 29
0 4
1 12
1 23
0 11
0 0+
15 200
Illinois-Chicago Flames (13-13, 9-6 Horizon League)
Name
FG
True-F .............................5-10
Rinaldi-C.........................2-5
Dizon-G ..........................1-6
Grant-G..........................9-15
Hugelier-G ....................3-10
Cummens ......................0-0
Grobbecker ...................2-3
Parker ..............................0-3
Hluska .............................0-0
Hutchens .......................0-0
Totals ............................ 22-52
(.423)
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
3-PT
0-1
0-0
0-3
3-6
1-3
0-0
0-0
0-3
0-0
0-0
4-16
(.250)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
7 10
0-0
3
4
2-2
6
4
6-7
4 27
1-1
0
8
0-0
0
0
1-2
2
5
0-0
1
0
0-2
3
0
0-0
0
0
10-14 31 58
(.714)
AST TO
1
1
0
1
5
5
1
4
2
3
0
0
0
2
2
1
0
1
0
0
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Loyola
GAME 28 • MILWAUKEE 76, LOYOLA 56
1st 2nd Tot
36 42 - 78
33 33 - 66
CHICAGO, Ill. - Traci Edwards scored a career-high 28 points as
the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team
clinched its first Horizon League Regular Season Championship
since 2000-01 with a 78-66 win over Loyola Saturday afternoon in
Chicago.
The Panthers are Horizon League Co-Champions with UW-Green
Bay, which defeated Butler in Indianapolis. But, Milwaukee clinches
the top seed in the Horizon League Tournament as it has beaten the
Phoenix twice this season.
Milwaukee was efficient on offense, shooting 46.7 percent from the
field, 41.2 percent on three-pointers and 71.4 from the free throw
line. It also had 23 assists on 28 made field goals, compared to a
season-low 13 turnovers. UWM was, however, outrebounded for the
first time in 13 games.
UWM opened the second half with a 15-6 run to push its lead over
10 points for the first time at 51-39 with 11:37 to play. Meredith
Onson opened the frame with a jumper and later added a threepointer. Edwards, meanwhile, tallied six of her 17 second half points
during the span.
Trailing 17-10, each team then traded baskets before the Panthers
rattled off eight-straight points for a one-point lead of their own.
Dana Schultz scored the first six points of the run on a pair of layups,
then a turnaround jumper. Nichole Drummond put UWM ahead,
converting two free throws.
The Ramblers would once again take a lead, this time at 30-25, before Milwaukee scored 11 of the final 14 points for a 36-33 halftime
lead. Edwards hit a layup, then converted a three-point play to tie
the game at 30. After a Jana Lucas three, Emily Markert and Onson
hit back-to-back three’s for a three-point lead at the break.
Milwaukee Panthers (19-8, 14-2 Horizon League)
Name
FG
3-PT
FT
REB PTS AST TO BL STL MIN
Drummond-F ...............0-9 0-5 5-6
4
5
4
2
1
2 33
Schultz-F ........................4-6 0-0 0-0
2
8
3
0
1
1 22
Edwards-C .................. 10-16 0-0 8-11 11 28
1
2
3
4 27
Onson-G........................4-10 2-3 0-0
7 10
6
4
0
1 34
O’Brien-G .......................4-5 2-3 0-0
5 10
5
0
0
2 37
Hampton .......................0-3 0-2 0-0
1
0
1
1
0
1 14
Markert...........................2-3 2-3 0-0
0
6
2
1
0
0 7
Fournier..........................1-4 0-0 0-0
0
2
0
0
0
0 4
Rogers.............................2-2 0-0 2-2
0
6
0
0
0
0 9
Others (7 players) .......1-2 1-1 0-2
0
3
1
2
0
0 13
Totals ............................ 28-60 7-17 15-21 33 78 23 13
5 11 200
(.467) (.412) (.714)
Others (<3 MIN): McCain, Cook, Wypiszynski, Klein, Johnson, Hudson, Rote
Loyola Ramblers (3-24, 3-13 Horizon League)
Name
FG
Lonie-F............................1-3
Real-F .............................7-11
Ponder-C .......................4-11
Hanser-G .......................3-11
Mannella-G ..................4-13
Garcia ..............................3-5
Nabolotney ...................0-0
Lucas ...............................3-4
Totals ............................ 25-58
(.431)
3-PT
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-4
3-7
0-0
0-0
2-2
6-13
(.462)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
3
2
1-1
2 15
3-4 10 11
4-4
5 11
2-2
6 13
0-0
2
6
0-0
2
0
0-0
3
8
10-11 37 66
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1
3
1
1
0
2
5
3
7
2
1
3
1
3
1
4
17 22
BL
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
STL MIN
0 11
0 31
1 32
0 40
3 34
0 19
0 13
0 20
4 200
3/2/06 • 7 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 366
Score
Loyola
Milwaukee
1st 2nd Tot
34 22 - 56
35 41 - 76
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Traci Edwards scored 23 points and grabbed 10
rebounds to lead the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to a 76-56
win over Loyola Thursday night in a Horizon League Women’s Basketball Tournament quarterfinal game.
With the win, the Panthers (20-8) will now host the semifinals and
finals of the league tournament at the Klotsche Center, and UWM
knows it will face Butler Sunday at noon in the first semifinal.
Milwaukee, the top seed in the tournament, led just 35-34 at halftime but outscored the eighth-seeded Ramblers (4-25) 41-22 in the
second half.
Molly O’Brien added 18 points while Kim Wypiszynski pitched-in
with 10 for the Panthers, who have now won a school-record 10straight games and have reached 20 wins for just the second time in
the school’s Division I history.
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GAME 27 • MILWAUKEE 78, LOYOLA 66
2/25/06 • 1 p.m.
Chicago, Ill. (Gentile Center)
Attendance - 395
Marquise Hanser led Loyola with 17 points.
UWM led by as many as 11 points in the first half before the Ramblers finished the half on a 13-4 run to pull within a point at the
break. But, the Panthers started the second half on a 15-1 run and
then led by as many as 26 points en route to the easy win.
Loyola Ramblers (4-25)
Name
FG
Nabolotney-F ...............2-2
Real-F .............................7-14
Ponder-C .......................3-11
Hanser-G .......................7-16
Mannella-G ...................2-6
Caro .................................0-0
Garcia ..............................0-2
Lucas ...............................0-3
Totals ............................ 21-54
(.389)
3-PT
0-0
0-0
0-0
3-7
1-4
0-0
0-0
0-1
4-12
(.333)
FT
REB PTS
0-0
0
4
0-0
8 14
5-6
5 11
0-0
4 17
2-2
1
7
0-0
0
0
2-2
1
2
1-2
6
1
10-12 30 66
(.833)
AST TO
0
1
4
2
0
2
2
2
4
3
0
0
0
0
1
1
11 12
BL
1
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
4
STL MIN
0 20
1 36
0 30
1 36
0 36
0 2
0 14
1 265
3 200
AST
2
0
5
4
3
0
1
2
1
4
1
23
BL
2
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
6
STL MIN
0 20
2 27
1 25
1 31
1 32
1 8
0 7
0 13
1 14
0 15
0 8
7 200
Milwaukee Panthers (20-8)
Name
FG
3-PT
FT
REB
Wypiszynski-F ..............4-8 0-0 2-2
5
Drummond-F ..............3-10 1-2 0-0
4
Edwards-C .................. 10-15 0-0 3-3 10
Onson-G.........................4-7 1-2 0-0
3
O’Brien-G ......................8-11 1-3 1-2
4
McCain............................0-2 0-0 1-2
1
Hampton .......................0-1 0-0 0-0
0
Markert ...........................0-1 0-1 0-0
2
Fournier..........................3-5 0-0 0-1
3
Rogers.............................0-5 0-3 2-2
3
Others (4 players) .......0-1 0-1 0-0
1
Totals ............................ 32-66 3-13 9-12 41
(.485) (.231) (.750)
Others (<3 MIN): Cook, Klein, Johnson, Rote
PTS
10
7
23
9
18
1
0
0
6
2
0
76
TO
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
0
2
0
1
9
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GAME 29 • MILWAUKEE 58, BUTLER 57
3/5/06 • Noon
Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 825
Score
Butler
Milwaukee
GAME 30 • MILWAUKEE 71, ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 63
1st 2nd Tot
26 31 - 57
25 33 - 58
Score
1st 2nd Tot
Illinois-Chicago 22 41 - 63
Milwaukee
33 38 - 71
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Molly O’Brien grabbed a rebound, dribbled the
length of the court and scored on a layup with 4.8 seconds remaining to give the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee a thrilling 58-57
win over Butler Sunday in the semifinals of the Horizon League
Tournament.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Traci Edwards scored a game-high 24 points
and was named Horizon League Tournament MVP as the University
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee women’s basketball team defeated UIC, 7163, in the championship game of the 2006 Horizon League Championship Monday afternoon at the Klotsche Center.
The basket capped a comeback that saw the Panthers overcome an
11- point deficit in the final 7:26 of the game.
The Panthers now advance to their second NCAA Tournament after
previously winning the league tourney in 2001.
A three-pointer by Jackie Closser gave Butler a 53-42 lead with 7:26
remaining and the Panthers did not retake the lead until O’Brien’s
layin. Butler then turned the ball over as the buzzer sounded.
UWM led by as many as 12 in the second half, while UIC fought back
to within two when Nicole Rinaldi hit a layup just before the midway point of the second half to make it 44-42. The Panthers later
converted 8-of-11 free throws in the final minute to provide for the
final score.
The Panthers looked like they might be able to pull away in the first
half, building a quick 15-8 lead. And, after the Bulldogs scored eightstraight to regain the lead, Milwaukee responded with a 10-2 run
of its own to reclaim a 25-18 advantage. But, as the Panthers went
scoreless over the final 3:40 of the half, the Bulldogs rattled off eightstraight to take a 26- 25 lead into the locker room.
Milwaukee’s comeback then started with an Mereith Onson basket,
which was followed by a layin by O’Brien and a three-point play
by Nichole Drummond. Butler still led. 57-51, after two Closser free
throws with 4:01 to play, but the Bulldogs would not score again.
A three-point play by Traci Edwards and a pair of free throws by
Kim Wypiszynski pulled the Panthers to within 57- 56, setting up
O’Brien’s heroics.
After UWM turned the ball over in its first chance to take the lead in
the final minute, the Panthers got a stop and the rebound bounced
out to O’Brien. She raced down the court and made a move to the
basket, laying the ball in to give Milwaukee the lead. Butler called a
timeout to set up a final play, but Closser threw the ball away looking for Lade Akande under the basket as time expired.
Butler Bulldogs (15-14)
Name
FG
Freeman-F .....................1-5
Brown-F..........................0-1
Akande-C .................... 11-23
Closser-G........................4-6
Hamilton-G ...................1-3
Jones ...............................2-2
Gheorghe ......................1-3
Bain ..................................1-1
Totals ............................ 21-44
(.477)
3-PT
1-3
0-0
0-0
4-6
0-1
2-2
0-0
0-0
7-12
(.583)
FT
REB PTS
1-2
4
4
0-0
3
0
1-5 11 23
6-6
2 18
0-0
4
2
0-0
1
6
0-0
1
2
0-2
0
2
8-15 26 57
(.533)
AST TO
1
3
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
2
1
2
0
0
0
1
10 15
BL
2
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
6
STL MIN
4 37
0 26
0 33
0 40
2 33
0 21
0 3
1 7
7 200
FT
REB PTS
3-3
6 11
1-1
1 12
2-3
6
6
0-0
1 12
0-0
7 14
0-0
2
0
0-0
0
0
0-0
1
0
0-0
5
0
0-0
1
0
0-0
0
3
6-7 35 58
(.857)
AST TO
2
2
1
0
6
2
2
2
3
3
0
0
0
1
1
2
2
2
1
0
0
0
18 14
BL
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
STL MIN
0 28
1 28
0 26
1 39
0 38
0 2
1 8
0 6
0 14
1 6
0 5
4 200
Name
FG
Wypiszynski-F .............4-12
Drummond-F ..............5-12
Edwards-C .....................2-3
Onson-G........................5-10
O’Brien-G ......................7-10
McCain............................0-1
Hampton .......................0-0
Markert...........................0-1
Fournier..........................0-5
Rogers.............................0-1
Rote .................................1-3
Totals ............................ 24-58
(.414)
3-PT
0-0
1-4
0-0
2-5
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-2
4-14
(.286)
The Panthers overcame early shooting woes to finish at 47.9 percent
for the game, while hitting 6-of-13 from beyond the arc. Turnovers
were an issue for UWM, as it gave the ball away 23 times. Defensively,
the team limited its opponents to just 38.1 percent from the field,
22.2 percent on three’s and blocked seven shots.
Milwaukee used a 20-1 run towards the end of the first half to take
control of what had been a close game. Jacquay Holmes hit a jumper to make it 17-13 with 8:25 to play in the half. The Panthers then
scored the next 16 points of the game for a 12-point lead when Emily Markert hit a threepointer to make it 29-17, 1:44 before halftime.
UWM’s lead hit a game-high 15 points at 33-18 when Molly O’Brien
and Nichole Drummond hit back-to-back baskets with 40 seconds
remaining. The team hit its final six shots of the frame and took a
33-22 lead into the break.
Illinois-Chicago Flames (16-14)
Name
FG
3-PT
FT
REB PTS AST TO BL
Rinaldi-C.........................3-4 0-0 0-0
4
6
1
0
1
Dizon-G .........................7-14 1-6 0-0
5 15
2
3
0
Grant-G..........................4-15 1-4 6-10 1 15
1
3
0
Hugelier-G .....................1-5 1-4 0-2
3
3
0
1
0
Holmes-G......................6-13 0-0 5-7
4 17
2
3
0
Grobbecker ...................1-4 0-0 0-0
2
2
0
1
0
True ..................................0-4 0-2 0-0
5
0
2
2
0
Parker ..............................2-3 1-1 0-0
1
5
0
1
2
Hluska .............................0-0 0-0 0-0
1
0
0
0
0
Others (5 players) .......0-1 0-1 0-0
1
0
0
0
0
Totals ............................ 24-63 4-18 11-19 33 63
8 15
3
(.381) (.222) (.579)
Others (< 1 MIN): Zimny, Hushka, Cummens, Hutchens, Muffoleto
STL
0
3
3
3
1
0
4
1
0
0
15
MIN
23
38
30
30
22
12
21
20
4
0+
Milwaukee Panthers (22-8)
Milwaukee Panthers (21-8)
74
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Milwaukee, Wis. (Klotsche Center)
Attendance - 616
Name
FG
3-PT
FT
REB
Wypiszynski-F ..............4-5 0-0 0-0
6
Drummond-F ..............3-10 1-3 4-4
3
Edwards-C ....................8-13 0-0 8-11 8
Onson-G.........................1-5 1-3 1-2
4
O’Brien-G .......................4-8 1-2 1-2 10
Hampton .......................1-2 1-2 4-4
0
Markert ...........................2-3 2-3 0-0
3
Fournier..........................0-0 0-0 0-0
1
Rogers.............................0-2 0-0 0-0
1
Others (4 players) .......0-0 0-0 1-2
0
Totals ............................ 23-48 6-13 19-25 37
(.479) (.462) (.760)
Others (<1 MIN): McCain, Cook, Hudson, Rote
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PTS
8
11
24
4
10
7
6
0
0
1
71
AST TO
0
4
2
3
7
4
0
2
5
3
0
1
2
3
0
1
1
1
0
0
17 23
BL
2
0
3
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
7
STL MIN
1 29
0 27
2 34
1 33
1 38
0 13
1 15
0 6
0 5
0 0+
6 200
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Milwaukee
22 24 - 46
Michigan State 23 42 - 65
CHICAGO, Ill. - Liz Shimek scored 17 of her 27 points in the final 20
minutes as Michigan State shook off a sluggish first half and pulled
away from the University Wisconsin-Milwaukee for a 65-46 victory
in their NCAA tournament opener Saturday.
No. 13 seed Milwaukee, making just it second NCAA appearance,
trailed by only one at the half and was down only three with just
under 12 minutes to go.
Then Shimek sank a jumper, hit two free throws, made a left-handed
basket, got loose for a twisting shot on the inside and then scored
on a follow-up after yanking away an offensive rebound.
The 14-2 run in which she scored 10 gave MSU a 49-34 lead with
just under eight minutes to go, and UWM’s chances of pulling the
upset were over.
Shimek scored 10 in the opening half after a slow start. The Spartans
hadn’t played in nearly two weeks since losing to Ohio State in the
Big Ten tournament and it showed.
Shimek hit a left hook, a driving shot and then a nice layup off the
break before hitting a free throw to complete a three-point play.
Courtney Davidson’s 3-pointer from the corner was also part of the
spurt that helped the Spartans open up an 18-10 lead.
But Edwards, MVP of the Horizon League Tournament, scored five
points and Megan Rogers hit a three-pointer and then a running
bank shot as the Panthers scored 12-straight for a four-point lead.
Milwaukee Panthers (22-9)
Name
FG
Wypiszynski-F ..............0-2
Drummond-F ...............4-8
Edwards-C .....................6-8
Onson-G.........................1-4
O’Brien-G ......................5-10
McCain............................0-2
Cook ................................0-0
Hampton .......................0-1
Markert...........................1-3
Johnson..........................0-0
Fournier..........................0-0
Rogers.............................2-4
Rote .................................0-0
Totals ............................ 19-42
(.452)
3-PT
0-0
1-5
0-0
0-3
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
2-12
(.167)
3-PT
0-0
0-1
2-5
0-1
0-5
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
3-15
(.200)
Shooting
UWM shoots 50% or better........................................................ 6-1
UWM shoots 45-49.9% ................................................................ 9-1
UWM shoots 40-44.9% ................................................................ 5-4
UWM shoots 39.9% or less ......................................................... 2-3
Opponent shoots 50% or better .............................................. 2-3
Opponent shoots 45-49.9%....................................................... 2-1
Opponent shoots 40-44.9%....................................................... 5-3
Opponent shoots 39.9% or less .............................................13-2
Other Stats
UWM outrebounds opponent ................................................20-3
Opponent outrebounds UWM ................................................. 2-5
Rebounding even .......................................................................... 0-1
Leading at halftime.....................................................................19-1
Trailing at halftime ........................................................................ 3-7
UWM forces 10 TO or less ........................................................... 3-0
UWM forces 11-15 TO................................................................... 9-4
UWM forces 16-20 TO................................................................... 6-4
UWM forces 21+ TO ...................................................................... 4-1
UWM commits 10 TO or less ...................................................... 1-0
UWM commits 11-15 TO ............................................................. 6-2
UWM commits 16-20 TO ............................................................. 6-1
UWM commits 21+ TO................................................................. 9-6
FT
REB PTS
0-0
2
0
2-2
2 11
1-5
7 13
0-0
2
2
0-0
4 10
2-2
3
2
0-0
0
0
0-0
2
0
0-0
1
2
0-0
0
0
1-2
0
1
0-0
0
5
0-0
0
0
6-11 28 46
(.545)
AST TO
0
3
2
7
2
1
2
0
4
4
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
3
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
0
13 22
BL
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
STL MIN
1 14
0 29
2 36
1 38
3 38
0 8
0 1
0 5
0 13
0 0+
0 4
0 12
0 2
7 200
Game Margin
Games decided by 1-5 points ................................................... 8-2
Games decided by 6-10 points................................................. 5-2
Games decided by 11-15 points .............................................. 6-2
Games decided by 16+ points .................................................. 3-3
FT
REB PTS
2-3
8
8
7-8
8 27
0-0
3 12
2-2
0
4
3-4
6
3
0-0
1
2
0-0
1
3
0-0
0
0
0-0
3
4
0-0
0
0
0-0
2
2
14-17 35 65
(.824)
AST TO
3
2
1
2
5
0
1
3
2
3
1
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15 12
BL
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
STL MIN
2 31
2 34
3 38
1 20
4 32
0 11
2 17
0 0+
0 9
0 1
0 7
14 200
Miscellaneous
Home ...............................................................................................13-3
Away................................................................................................... 9-5
Neutral............................................................................................... 0-1
League .............................................................................................14-2
Mondays ........................................................................................... 2-0
Tuesdays ........................................................................................... 0-0
Wednesdays .................................................................................... 1-2
Thursdays ......................................................................................... 7-1
Fridays ............................................................................................... 3-1
Saturdays .......................................................................................... 7-2
Sundays............................................................................................. 2-3
Michigan State Spartans (23-9)
Name
FG
Jefferson-F ...................3-10
Shimek-F ..................... 10-16
Bowen-G .......................5-11
Haynes-G .......................1-4
Lucas-Perry-G ...............0-8
Aitch ................................1-3
Davidson........................1-2
Poff...................................0-0
Dwyer .............................2-3
Shives ..............................0-1
Hall ...................................1-3
Totals ............................ 24-61
(.393)
INSIDE THE 2005-06 PANTHER NUMBERS
Starting Lineup
Onson, Hampton, O’Brien, Drummond, Schultz ................. 0-1
McCain, Hampton, Drummond, Schultz, Edwards ............. 2-1
Onson, O’Brien, Drummond, Schultz, Edwards .................15-6
Onson, O’Brien, Drummond, Wypiszynski, Edwards.......... 4-1
Cook, O’Brien, Drummond, Schultz, Edwards ...................... 1-0
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GAME 31 • #16/16 MICHIGAN STATE 65, MILWAUKEE 46
3/18/06 • 11 a.m.
Chicago, Ill. (Allstate Arena)
Attendance - 3,266
UWM vs. Conferences
Big 12 (Oklahoma)......................................................................... 0-1
Big East (DePaul, Marquette) ..................................................... 0-2
Big Ten (Iowa, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Michigan State).... 1-3
GLIAC - Division II (Northern Michigan) ................................ 1-0
Independent (South Dakota State) ......................................... 0-1
Mid-Continent (Oakland) ........................................................... 1-0
Ohio Valley (Southeast Missouri State x2) ............................ 2-0
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2005-06 IN REVIEW
2005-06 HORIZON LEAGUE STANDINGS
Milwaukee
UW-Green Bay
Illinois-Chicago
Butler
WSU
Detroit
YSU
Loyola
Cleveland State
W
14
14
10
9
8
8
4
3
2
LEAGUE
L
Pct.
2
.875
2
.875
6
.625
7
.562
8
.500
8
.500
12
.250
13
.188
14
.125
W
22
23
16
15
12
11
8
4
4
OVERALL
L
Pct.
9
.710
7
.767
14
.533
14
.517
16
.429
17
.393
20
.286
25
.138
24
.143
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE TOURNAMENT
Tuesday, Feb. 28 (Gentile Center, Chicago, Ill.)
Horizon League Tournament First Round
(8) Loyola 85, (9) Cleveland State 82 - OT
Wednesday-Thursday, March 1-2 (at Higher Seed)
Horizon League Tournament Quarterfinals
(1) Milwaukee 76, (8) Loyola 56
(2) UW-Green Bay 63, (7) Youngstown State 53
(3) Illinois-Chicago 80, (6) Wright State 78 - OT
(4) Butler 58, (5) Detroit 45
Sunday, March 5 (Klotsche Center, Milwaukee, Wis.)
Horizon League Tournament Semifinals
(1) Milwaukee 58, (4) Butler 57
(3) Illinois-Chicago 74, (2) UW-Green Bay 62
Monday, March 6 (Klotsche Center, Milwaukee, Wis.)
Horizon League Tournament Championship
(1) Milwaukee 71, (3) Illinois-Chicago 63
2005-06 HORIZON LEAGUE POST-SEASON HONORS
First Team All-League
Jackie Closser, Butler
Nicole Soulis, UWGB
Traci Edwards, UWM
Nichole Drummond, UWM
Brittney Whiteside, WSU
All-Newcomer Team
Lade Akande, Butler
Traci Edwards, UWM
Dominique Butler, CSU
Rachel Porath, UWGB
Meredith Onson, UWM
Player of the Year
Nicole Soulis, UWGB
Newcomer of the Year
Traci Edwards, UWM
Coach of the Year
Sandy Botham, UWM
All-Defensive Team
Dominique Butler, CSU
Chrissy Dizon, UIC
Nichole Drummond, UWM
Rhea Mays, WSU
Brittney Whiteside, WSU
Second Team All-League
Lade Akande, Butler
Chrissy Dizon, UIC
LaShonda Grant, UIC
Marquise Hanser, Loyola
Natalie Berglin, UWGB
76
2005-06 HORIZON LEAGUE STAT LEADERS
SCORING OFFENSE
Team
1. UW-Green Bay
2. Butler
G W-L Pts Avg/G
30 23-7 2148 71.6
29 15-14 2004 69.1
SCORING DEFENSE
Team
1. UW-Green Bay
2. Illinois-Chicago
G
30
30
Pts Avg/G
1894 63.1
1929 64.3
SCORING MARGIN
Team
1. UW-Green Bay
2. Illinois-Chicago
G
30
30
OFF DEF Margin
71.6 63.1 +8.5
68.4 64.3 +4.1
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES
Team
1. UW-Green Bay
2. Milwaukee
G
30
31
FG FGA Pct
776 1727 .449
756 1693 .447
FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE
Team
1. Milwaukee
2. UW-Green Bay
G
31
30
FG FGA Pct
755 1801 .419
694 1643 .422
3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES
Team
G
FG
1. Butler
29 223
2. UW-Green Bay
30 222
FGA Pct
567 .393
611 .363
REBOUNDING MARGIN
Team
1. Milwaukee
2. Youngstown State
G TEAM Avg OPP Avg Margin
31 1182 38.1 997 32.2 +6.0
28 991 35.4 978 34.9 +0.5
SCORING
Player-Team
1. Nicole Soulis-UWGB
2. Marquise Hanser-LUC
3. Lade Akande-BU
4. Traci Edwards-UWM
5. Jackie Closser-BU
G
30
29
29
31
28
FG
223
171
191
182
117
3FG
24
62
0
0
84
FT
83
96
88
136
104
REBOUNDING
Player-Team
1. Traci Edwards-UWM
2. Lade Akande-BU
3. Jessica Schloemp-YSU
4. Nicole Soulis-UWGB
5. Brittney Whiteside-WSU
G
31
29
28
30
28
OFF
122
81
53
57
52
DEF
189
150
145
148
130
TOT Avg/G
311 10.0
231 8.0
198 7.1
205 6.8
182 6.5
Pts Avg/G
553 18.4
500 17.2
470 16.2
500 16.1
422 15.1
FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game)
Player-Team
G
FG FGA Pct
1. Traci Edwards-UWM
31 182 304 .599
2. Jenna Real-LUC
29 140 258 .543
3. Nicole Soulis-UWGB
30 223 433 .515
ASSISTS
Player-Team
1. Jackie Closser-BU
2. Chrissy Dizon-UIC
3. Natalie Berglin-UWGB
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
G Assists Avg.
28 146 5.21
29 144 4.97
30 140 4.67
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HISTORY
HISTORY
The Panthers celebrate their first NAIA Bi-District Championship in 1984.
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Milwaukee Basketball History
HISTORY
MILWAUKEE BASKETBALL HISTORY
While women’s basketball was not granted
varsity status until 1971, women were
playing the new-fangled game at the
Milwaukee State Normal School as far back
as 1896, the same year as the men.
UWM became known as the “Panthers” in
1965. Prior to that, the athletic teams were
known as the Cardinals from 1956-65 and
the Green Gulls before that, starting in
1927. During the Green Gull period, the
athletic teams were alternatively known as
the “Green Wave.” Before 1927, the school
had no official official nickname, though
the teams were called the “Normals.”
The first women’s varsity game involving
UWM was a loss to UW-Oshkosh on Jan.
27, 1971. No recorded score is available
for that game. The Panthers’ first women’s
home game was a 47-35 loss to the same
Oshkosh team Feb. 4.
Coached by Erika Sander, UWM finished
its first season with a 4-3 record, gaining
its first victory Feb. 12 at UW-Platteville,
46-30.
Sander coached the team through the
1975-76 season and, after one-year stints
by Linda Borowski and Nancy Schley, M.A.
Kelling took the reigns of the women’s
basketball program.
Kelling led the Panthers from 1978-95. In
her second year, UWM went 17-10 after
winning 23 games in the seven years
prior to her arrival. The 1981-82 season
was Milwaukee’s final as a member of the
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
for Women (AIAW), which the school had
been affiliated with since 1971. That year,
UWM went 18-12 and qualified for the
AIAW Regional for the second-straight
year.
Once in the NAIA, Milwaukee won threestraight District 14 Championships. In both
1983-84 and 1984-85, the Panthers won
a school-record 25 games, defeated UWGreen Bay in the District Championship
and Bemidji State in the Bi-District title
and advanced to the NAIA Championship
Quarterfinals.
The 1983-84 team featured four players
that would be inducted into the UW-
78
Jaci Clark’s #42 is the only retired number
in program history. She left UWM as
the school’s all-time leading scorer and
rebounder.
Milwaukee Athletics Hall of Fame, including
Carol Busche (1996), Maureen Pitrof (1997),
Deb Schulman (1994) and Darla Wack
(1999).
Milwaukee won another District 14
Championship in 1987-88 and made title
game appearances in 1985-86, 1986-87
and 1988-89 before moving to NCAA
Division II for the 1989-90.The next season,
women’s basketball joined the rest of the
UWM Athletic Department and made the
jump to NCAA Division I.
Competing as a Division I Independent
from 1990-93, Milwaukee went 43-39
against its predominantly D-I schedule
before joining the Mid-Continent
Conference for the 1993-94 season. The
next year, the Panthers moved to the
former Midwestern Collegiate Conference,
now the Horizon League.
After a 4-22 record in 1995-96, Sandy
Botham took over the program and
guided UWM to a 16-12 record in her first
year. It marked the eighth-best turnaround
in Division I that year. Since then, the
Panthers have faced just one losing season
and risen to the top of the league year
after year.
The 2000-01 season was a milestone
year for Milwaukee, as it set a school D-I
record for wins, won the team’s first-ever
conference championship and advanced
to the NCAA Tournament for the first time
in school history.
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
YEAR
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
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
Total
By Coach
Sander
Borowski
Schley
Kelling
Sell
Botham
COACH
W
Erika Sander
4
Erika Sander
1
Erika Sander
2
Erika Sander
7
Erika Sander
6
Linda Borowski 1
Nancy Schley
2
M.A. Kelling
5
M.A. Kelling
17
M.A. Kelling
18
M.A. Kelling
18
M.A. Kelling
22
M.A. Kelling
25
M.A. Kelling
25
M.A. Kelling
16
M.A. Kelling
20
M.A. Kelling
25
M.A. Kelling
19
M.A. Kelling
17
M.A. Kelling
11
M.A. Kelling
17
M.A. Kelling
15
M.A. Kelling
12
M.A. Kelling
2
Jenny Sell
4
Sandy Botham 16
Sandy Botham 15
Sandy Botham 11
Sandy Botham 16
Sandy Botham 19
Sandy Botham 20
Sandy Botham 15
Sandy Botham 17
Sandy Botham 14
Sandy Botham 22
35 Years
476
L
3
6
9
9
11
9
16
17
10
12
12
8
8
7
12
9
5
10
9
16
11
12
15
25
22
12
12
16
12
11
8
13
12
14
9
402
PCT.
.571
.143
.222
.438
.363
.100
.111
.227
.630
.600
.600
.733
.758
.781
.571
.690
.835
.655
.654
.407
.607
.556
.444
.074
.154
.571
.556
.407
.571
.633
.714
.536
.586
.500
.710
.542
1971-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-95
1995-96
1996-Pres.
20
1
2
284
4
165
38
9
16
198
22
119
.345
.100
.111
.589
.154
.581
By Affiliation
Division I 1990-Pres.
Division II 1989-90
NAIA
1982-89
AIAW
1971-82
225
17
153
81
220
9
59
114
.506
.654
.722
.415
Division I Conference Affiliations
Horizon League/
Midwestern Collegiate Conference (1994-Pr.)
Mid-Continent Conference (1993-94)
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NO
4
5
11
12
21
22
23
25
30
32
33
34
44
45
52
54
22-9 OVERALL • SANDY BOTHAM
HORIZON LEAGUE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
NAME
YR
POS
HT
HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/TRANSFER
Turquoise McCain ...... Fr.......... G .......5-10 ....Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside
Amanda Cook ............. Sr.......... G ........5-8......Oconto Falls, Wis./HS/Sandburg JC
Aubrey Hampton ....... Jr.......... G ........5-6......Oak Park, Ill./Oak Park-River Forest
Kim Wypiszynski ........ Fr...........F ........6-1......Ashwaubenon, Wis./Ashwaubenon
Emily Markert .............. Fr.......... G .......5-10 ....Brookfield, Wis./East
Nichole Drummond.. Sr........ G/F .....5-10 ....Kenosha, Wis./Tremper
Meredith Onson .........So......... G .......5-11 ....Oshkosh, Wis./West/Boston U.
Molly O’Brien............... Sr...........F .......5-11 ....Columbus, Wis./Columbus
Meghan Klein ..............So......... G ........5-9......Appleton, Wis./Kimberly
Kiley Johnson .............. Jr.......... G ........5-9......Prophetstown, Ill./Prophetstown
Katie Fournier ............. Fr...........F ........6-1......Moline, Ill./Moline
Megan Rogers............. Jr...........F .......5-10 ....Madison, Wis./La Follette
Elisha Hudson .............So..........F .......5-11 ....Gratiot, Wis./Black Hawk
Aubri Rote ....................So......... G ........5-8......Delafield, Wis./Kettle Moraine/Lakeland
Dana Schultz ...............So....... F/C ......6-1......Athens, Wis./Neuman
Traci Edwards .............. Fr.......... C ........6-2......Menasha, Wis./Menasha
In 2006, the Panthers made an emphatic
drive into the post-season. They rode
a 12-game winning streak to a league
regular season crown, tournament title
and the second NCAA Tournament berth
in school history.
senior Molly O’Brien hit a layup with 4.8
seconds remaining to send the Panthers
past Butler in the semis before freshman
Traci Edwards’ 23-point, nine-rebound,
seven-assist performance propelled
Milwaukee past UIC in the title game.
In fact, UWM headed into the tourney
having won 17-of-18 games in the 2006
portion of the schedule.
UWM earned a No. 13 seed and remained
close to home for the NCAA Tournament,
playing in nearby Chicago against fourthseeded Michigan State. The Panthers held
their own early on, and led for parts of the
opening half, before falling 65-46.
Milwaukee finished the league regular
season at 14-2 to share the regular season
title with UW-Green Bay. UWM defeated
UWGB twice in the regular season for the
first time since 1996-97 to earn the first
No. 1 seed in team history.
After a quarterfinal win over Loyola, the
Panthers gained hosting rights as the
highest seed remaining.
Playing in front of the hometown fans,
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Edwards was the story of the year, netting
League Newcomer of the Year and allleague first team honors after averaging
16.1 points and 10.0 rebounds per
game. O’Brien and Nichole Drummond
provided senior leadership and scoring,
each averaging double-digit points per
game. Drummond joined Edwards on the
league’s first team.
11/11 @ Oklahoma.....................L ....89-57
11/18 Oakland ............................W ...73-71
11/20 @ Iowa ................................L ....82-42
11/25 @ SE Missouri State ......W ...90-87
11/30 DePaul ................................L ....91-79
12/2 SE Missouri State ...........W ...73-70
12/4 @ South Dakota State ...L ....70-55
12/11 Northern Michigan .......W ...77-65
12/14 Wisconsin ..........................L ....72-57
12/18 @ Marquette ....................L ....70-62
12/29 @ Detroit* ........................W ...74-56
12/31 Butler* ................................L ....80-79
1/5
Wright State* ..................W ...64-61
1/12 @ Youngstown State* ..W ...64-59
1/14 @ Cleveland State* .......W ...68-53
1/18 @ Northwestern.............W ...81-73
1/21 UIC* ....................................W ...55-54
1/26 @ Wright State*...............L ....69-67
1/28 Cleveland State* ............W ...61-46
2/4
@ UW-Green Bay* .........W ...69-67
2/9
Loyola* ..............................W ...67-58
2/11 @ Butler* ..........................W ...74-62
2/13 UW-Green Bay* ..............W ...65-55
2/16 Detroit* .............................W ...69-55
2/18 Youngstown State* ......W ...67-44
2/23 @ UIC* ...............................W ...65-58
2/25 @ Loyola* .........................W ...78-66
League Tournament (Klotsche Center)
3/2
Loyola ................................W ...76-56
3/5
Butler .................................W ...58-57
3/6
UIC ......................................W ...71-63
NCAA Tournament (Chicago, Ill.)
3/18 Michigan State ................L ....65-46
Milwaukee Panthers
Wypiszynski-F
Drummond-F
Edwards-C
Onson-G
O’Brien-G
McCain
Cook
Hampton
Markert
Johnson
Fournier
Rogers
Rote
Totals
FG
0-2
4-8
6-8
1-4
5-10
0-2
0-0
0-1
1-3
0-0
0-0
2-4
0-0
19-42
3-PT
FT REB PTS
0-0 0-0
2
0
1-5 2-2
2 11
0-0 1-5
7 13
0-3 0-0
2
2
0-1 0-0
4 10
0-0 2-2
3
2
0-0 0-0
0
0
0-0 0-0
2
0
0-1 0-0
1
2
0-0 0-0
0
0
0-0 1-2
0
1
1-2 0-0
0
5
0-0 0-0
0
0
2-12 6-11 28 46
Michigan State Spartans FG
Jefferson-F
3-10
Shimek-F
10-16
Bowen-G
5-11
Haynes-G
1-4
Lucas-Perry-G
0-8
Aitch
1-3
Davidson
1-2
Poff
0-0
Dwyer
2-3
Shives
0-1
Hall
1-3
Totals
24-61
3-PT
FT REB PTS
0-0 2-3
8
8
0-1 7-8
8 27
2-5 0-0
3 12
0-1 2-2
0
4
0-5 3-4
6
3
0-0 0-0
1
2
1-2 0-0
1
3
0-0 0-0
0
0
0-0 0-0
3
4
0-1 0-0
0
0
0-0 0-0
2
2
3-15 14-17 35 65
SCORE BY PERIOD
Milwaukee
Michigan State
1
22
23
2
24
42
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2005-06 NCAA Tournament
2005-06 NCAA TOURNAMENT
HISTORY
TOTAL
46
65
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HISTORY
2000-01 NCAA TOURNAMENT
NO
3
4
5
11
15
20
21
22
24
30
32
34
44
NAME
YR
POS
HT
HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/TRANSFER
Allison Klaas................. Jr.......... G ........5-5......Wheaton, Ill./Warrenville South/DuPage CC
Becca Buer.................... Fr.......... G ........5-8......Mukwonago, Wis./Mukwonago
Charlene Smith........... Fr.......... G ........5-8......Bellwood, Ill./Proviso West
Teri Stoltenberg.......... Sr.......... G ........5-8......Green Bay, Wis./Pulaski
Jessica Wilhite .............So......... G ........5-8......Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard West
Stefanie Kaufmann ... Jr...........F ........6-0......Ottawa, Ill./Marquette
Elizabeth Fletcher ......So......... C ........6-3......Wilmette, Ill./Loyola Academy
Holly Tamm .................. Jr.......... G ........5-7......Muskego, Wis./Muskego/UIC
Maria Viall ..................... Fr.......... C ........6-3......Waukesha, Wis./North
Antoinette Gregory ..So......... G ........5-9......Ft. Wayne, Ind./Snider
Angela Wenzel ............So..........F ........6-0......Sussex, Wis./Arrowhead/UIC
Nicole Luchsinger ...... Sr...........F .......5-10 ....Janesville, Wis./Parker
Janelle Jonason .......... Sr...........F ........6-1......Brooklyn Park, Minn./Park Center
Milwaukee made its first trip to the NCAA
Tournament with the automatic bid from
the Midwestern Collegiate Conference
tournament championship. The Panthers
won a share of the regular season league
title and, with the second seed, posted
three decisive victories for the team’s first
Division I league championship.
Bay in January and seven more against the
Phoenix in the league title game.
In the NCAA Tournament, UWM drew a
road game at No. 5 Duke, falling to the
Blue Devils, 96-63.
After getting off to starts of 1-3 and 4-7,
Milwaukee won 15-of-18 games heading
into the NCAA Tournament, including
nine-straight wins through the league
championship game.
Despite strong senior leadership, a couple
of underclassmen emerged to lead the
team on the court. Sophomore Jessica
Wilhite and freshman Maria Viall had
breakout seasons, while each would go on
to eclipse 1,000 points in their careers.
Wilhite hit a school-record 93 threepointers on her way to a team-high 15.5
points per game. Included in that figure
was a school-record 10 against UW-Green
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19-11 OVERALL • SANDY BOTHAM
MCC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
Meanwhile, freshman Maria Viall gave
Panther fans a preview of what was to
come, finishing second on the team in
scoring (12.1 ppg) and leading the squad
in rebounding (5.9 rpg).
In the league tournament, UWM held
Wright State to just 23 percent shooting
in the quarter finals to win, 58-34,
before smothering Butler, 80-49. In the
championship game, Wilhite set leaguetournament records with 36 points and
seven three-pointers to lead the charge.
Viall added 15 rebounds and seven points
for the Panthers.
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
11/19 at Illinois State .................L ....67-64
11/21 at Marquette ....................L ....59-43
12/2 at Buffalo ...........................L ....81-52
12/5 Northern Illinois.............W ...58-52
12/8 at Creighton .....................L ....66-54
12/14 Chicago St........................W ...62-46
12/17 Central Michigan ...........W ...90-48
12/28 Bowling Green ...............W ...68-48
12/30 Missouri .............................L ....64-88
1/3
at St. Mary’s (CA) .............L ....82-62
1/5
at San Francisco ..............L ....78-68
1/11 Cleveland State ..............W ...80-66
1/13 Detroit ...............................W ...86-80
1/16 Wisconsin ..........................L ....60-59
1/20 at UW-Green Bay ............L ....67-63
1/25 at UIC .................................W ...55-51
1/27 at Loyola ...........................W ...70-55
2/1
Wright State ....................W ...72-59
2/3
Butler .................................W ...80-61
2/8
at Detroit ...........................L ....84-79
2/10 at Cleveland State .........W ...83-75
2/17 UW-Green Bay ................W ...72-66
2/21 Loyola ................................W ...82-68
2/24 UIC ......................................W ...71-61
3/1
at Butler ............................W ...67-62
3/4
at Wright State ...............W ...74-52
MCC Tournament (Dayton, Ohio)
3/8
at Wright State ...............W ...58-34
3/9
vs. Loyola ..........................W ...80-49
3/10 vs. UW-Green Bay ..........W ...77-62
NCAA Tournament (Durham, N.C.)
3/17 at Duke...............................L ....96-63
Milwaukee Panthers
Luchsinger-F
Viall-C
Stoltenberg-G
Wilhite-G
Tamm-G
Klaas
Smith
Kaufmann
Fletcher
Gregory
Wenzel
Jonason
Totals
FG
3-6
1-6
3-4
8-18
0-3
1-5
0-9
2-4
0-2
1-2
0-1
1-3
20-63
3-PT
FT REB PTS
0-1 2-2
4
8
0-0 0-0
4
2
3-4 0-0
0
9
4-12 4-5
3 24
0-0 9-10 5
9
1-4 0-0
1
3
0-0 0-0
2
0
0-1 0-0
2
4
0-0 0-2
4
0
0-0 0-0
0
2
0-0 0-0
0
0
0-0 0-0
0
2
8-22 15-19 29 63
Duke Blue Devils
Parent-F
Matyasovsky-F
Mosch-C
Beard-G
Schweitzer
Craig
Krapohl
Gingrich
Gebisa
West
Tillis
White
Totals
FG
4-4
2-4
2-5
9-12
7-11
8-9
0-0
0-0
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-2
40-62
3-PT
FT REB PTS
0-0 0-0
4
8
0-0 0-0
4
4
0-0 0-0
4
6
0-1 4-5
4 22
1-4 2-3
5 17
3-3 1-2
1 20
0-0 0-0
1
0
0-0 0-0
3
0
0-0 0-0
4
4
1-2 0-0
2
5
0-1 2-2 22 6
0-0 0-0
3
4
5-11 11-14 39 96
SCORE BY PERIOD
Milwaukee
Duke
1
28
45
2
35
51
-
TOTAL
63
96
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NO
11
12
15
22
24
25
31
32
33
35
40
42
44
45
55
25-7 OVERALL • M.A. KELLING
NAIA DISTRICT 14 CHAMPIONS
NAME
YR
POS
HT HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/TRANSFER
Darla Wack ...................Sr. ...... G/F ......5-8 .....Salem, Wis./Central
Polly Hagg ...................Fr. .........F ...... 5-10 ....Richland, Wis./Richland Center
Lacey Myers ................Fr. .........F ........5-9 .....Patch Grove, Wis./West Grant
Julie Miller ...................Fr. ........ G ........5-8 .....Appleton, Wis./Xavier
Jeanne Look ................Fr. ........ G ........5-7 .....Oak Creek, Wis./Oak Creek
Sue Welles....................Fr. ........ G ........5-4 .....Green Bay, Wis./East
Kelly Foster ..................Fr. ........ C ........6-1 .....West Allis, Wis./Hale
Judy Steffes .................Jr. .........F ........5-9 .....Whitefish Bay, Wis./Dominican
Ann Smith ....................Sr. .........F ...... 5-10 ....South Milwaukee, Wis./South Milwaukee
Jane Johnson..............Jr. .........F ...... 5-10 ....Waukesha, Wis./South
Gail Rewolinski...........Fr. ........ G ........5-6 .....Oak Creek, Wis./Oak Creek
Mary Huber .................Jr. ........ G ........5-5 .....Milwaukee, Wis./Whitnall
Jan Wickman .............So..........F ...... 5-10 ....Merrill, Wis./Merrill
Carol Busche ...............Sr. ...... F/C .... 5-10 ....Brookfield, Wis./Central
Shelly Laskowski .......Jr. ........ C ........6-1 .....Green Bay, Wis./Bay Port
The Panthers won a third-straight
NAIA District 14 Championship and,
after knocking off Bemidji State in the
Bi-District title game for the second
year in a row, advanced to the NAIA
Championship for the second time.
Milwaukee led Carson-Newman at
halftime in the NAIA Quarterfinals, but
fell to the Lady Eagles, 71-68. In a close
game throughout, C-N used a 7-0 run
with under 2:30 to play to take a fourpoint lead and hold on for the win.
Milwaukee boasted three UWM Athletic
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Hall of Fame players in seniors Carol
Busche and Darla Wack and freshman
Jeanne Look. Busche led the team with
15.8 points and 7.7 rebounds per game
on her way to All-America honors.
Milwaukee posted winning streaks of 10
and 11 games on its way to winning a
school-record 25 games for the second
season in a row. After starting 2-3, the
Panthers then won 10-straight before
rebounding from a three-game skid and
winning their next 11 games heading
into the NAIA Quarterfinals.
11/19 at Illinois State .................L ....67-64
11/20 UW-Platteville.................W ...80-47
12/1 Lewis ..................................W ...45-44
12/6 at Carroll ...........................W ...75-71
12/15 vs. Northern Michigan*..W ...59-53
12/16 vs. Aquinas* ......................L ....71-62
12/18 at Saginaw Valley St.......L . 100-62
12/19 at Oakland ........................L ....81-73
1/3
at Purdue-Calumet .......W ...63-48
1/5
Chicago State .................W ...81-77
1/9
at Nat. Coll. of Edu..........W ...69-48
1/11 at UW-Eau Claire............W ...75-62
1/12 at UW-Superior ..............W ...73-40
1/15 Marquette ........................W ...61-58
1/18 UW-Stevens Point .........W ...72-59
1/23 UW-Platteville.................W ...79-39
1/25 at St. Norbert...................W ...71-54
1/26 Northeastern Illinois ....W ...68-64
1/29 at UW-Whitewater .........L ....67-63
1/30 at UW-Green Bay ............L ....62-60
2/1
at UW-LaCrosse...............L ....78-76
2/3
UW-Stout..........................W ...74-41
2/7
at UW-Parkside...............W ...64-41
2/9
at UW-Platteville ............W ...67-54
2/12 UW-Green Bay ................W ...71-63
2/15 St. Francis (Ill.) .................W ...73-69
2/16 UW-Whitewater .............W ...79-71
2/20 at Marquette ...................W ...71-67
2/23 UW-Parkside....................W ...84-66
NAIA District 14 Tournament (Milwaukee)
2/27 vs. UW-Eau Claire ...........W ...87-57
2/28 vs. UW-Green Bay ..........W ...72-64
Bi-District Championship (Bemidji, Minn.)
3/1
vs. Bemidji State.............W ...71-65
NAIA Quarterfinals (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
3/13 vs. Carson-Newmann ....L ....71-68
Milwaukee Panthers
Wack
Look
Smith
Huber
Busche
Wickman
Hagg
Miller
Totals
FG
3-PT
FT REB PTS
0-5
--0-2
4
0
1-8
--0-0
8
2
4-10 --3-5
7 11
6-15 --2-2
3 14
14-25 --2-2
4 30
1-7
--4-4
6
6
1-1
--0-0
1
2
1-1
--1-2
0
3
28-71 --- 12-17 33 68
Carson-Newman Eagles
Guinn
Carter
Miracle
Morton
Mapp
Coleman
Stapleton
Alley
Moore
Wren
Wells
Totals
FG
3-PT
FT
1-3
--0-0
4-7
--3-6
6-13 --1-2
5-19 --2-4
10-18 --1-4
2-5
--2-2
0-0
--0-0
0-2
--4-4
0-0
--0-0
0-0
--0-0
1-1
--0-0
29-68 --- 13-22
SCORE BY PERIOD
Milwaukee
Carson-Newman
1
38
37
2
30
34
-
REB
1
3
5
10
17
4
0
0
1
0
0
41
1984-85 NAIA Tournament
1984-85 NAIA TOURNAMENT
HISTORY
PTS
2
11
13
12
21
6
0
4
0
0
2
71
TOTAL
68
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1983-84 NAIA Tournament
HISTORY
1983-84 NAIA TOURNAMENT
NO
10
11
22
25
32
33
34
42
45
55
NAME
YR
POS
HT HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/TRANSFER
Deb Schulman ...........Sr. ........ G ........5-2 .....Milwaukee, Wis./Madison
Darla Wack ...................Jr. ........ G ........5-8 .....Salem, Wis./Central
Maureen Pitrof ..........So..........F ...... 5-10 ....Milwaukee, Wis./Pius XI
JaVeata Young ...........So......... G ........5-5 .....Lincolnshire, Ill./Stevenson
Judy Steffes ................So..........F ........5-9 .....Whitefish Bay, Wis./Dominican
Ann Smith ....................Jr. .........F ...... 5-10 ....South Milwaukee, Wis./South Milwaukee
Laurie Carrie................Fr. ........ G ........5-7 .....Melrose-Mindoro, Wis./HS
Mary Huber .................Fr. ........ G ........5-5 .....Milwaukee, Wis./Whitnall
Carol Busche ...............Jr. ...... F/C .... 5-10 ....Brookfield, Wis./Central
Shelly Laskowski ......So......... C ........6-1 .....Green Bay, Wis./Bay Port
In the first of two-straight NAIA
Tournament appearances, Milwaukee
posted a school-record 25 wins and
claimed its second-straight District
Championship with an 83-74 win over
UW-Green Bay. After topping Bemidji
State in the Bi-District Championship,
UWM faced Portland in the NAIA
Quarterfinals. The Pilots broke a 29-29
halftime tie to come away with the 7463 victory.
It was no surprise that the 1983-84
Panthers would find so much success, as
four players and head coach M.A. Kelling
would go on to be inducted into the
UWM Athletic Hall of Fame. One such
inductee, Maureen Pitrof, led the team in
both scoring (17.3 ppg) and rebounding
(9.5 rpg) as a sophomore. Junior Darla
Wack and senior Deb Schulman formed
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NAIA DISTRICT 14 CHAMPIONS
a dangerous backcourt for Kelling,
averaging over 10 points per game
apiece, dishing out over 100 assists each
and combining for 155 steals. Pitrof and
Schulman garnered All-District honors,
while Kelling was named District Coach
of the Year.
UWM dropped its first two games of
the season on the way to a 2-3 start
before winning 14 of the next 15 games,
including an 11-game winning streak.
The Panthers then avenged two regular
season losses to UWGB, with its win over
the Phoenix in the district finals.
The 1983-84 squad was the first of three
25-win teams in school history. Kelling,
who is now the director of intramural
sports at UWM, gives a slight nod to this
team as the greatest in school history.
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
11/19 at Illinois State .................L ....67-64
11/29 at Lewis ..............................L ....67-54
12/2 at Saginaw Valley St.......L ....76-43
12/3 at Northern Michigan ..W ...61-56
12/7 Concordia (Wis.) ............W 103-39
12/9 at Loras ..............................L ....79-69
12/17 vs. Purdue-Calumet ......W ...62-58
12/18 vs. Nat. Col. of Edu..........W ...77-58
1/6
at Chicago State ............W ...82-42
1/7
at Northeastern Illinois L ....64-27
1/10 at Marquette ...................W ...83-73
1/13 at IPFW ..............................W ...77-68
1/14 at Ind. Inst. of Tech. ........W ...73-54
1/17 St. Norbert........................W ...75-54
1/20 UW-Platteville.................W ...80-47
1/21 at Valparaiso....................W ...66-44
1/24 UW-Whitewater .............W ...88-60
1/27 at UW-River Falls ............W ...70-64
1/28 at UW-Stout.....................W ...76-52
1/31 UW-Parkside....................W ...64-54
2/3
Marquette ........................W ...76-68
2/4
UW-LaCrosse....................L ....90-82
2/7
at UW-Green Bay ............L ....87-69
2/11 at UW-Platteville ............W ...81-61
2/12 UW-Eau Claire.................W ...76-67
2/14 at UW-Whitewater ........W ...76-70
2/18 UW-Oshkosh ...................W ...82-66
2/23 vs. UW-Superior .............W ...82-60
2/24 vs. UW-Green Bay ...........L ....94-79
2/25 vs. UW-Whitewater .......W ...77-71
NAIA District 14 Tournament (Green Bay,Wis.)
3/2
vs. Marquette ..................W ...75-56
3/3
vs. UW-Green Bay ..........W ...83-74
Bi-District Championship (Bemidji, Minn.)
3/6
vs. Bemidji State.............W ...76-66
NAIA Quarterfinals (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
3/14 vs. Portland .......................L ....74-63
Milwaukee Panthers
Schulman-G
Wack-F
Pitrof-F
Smith-C
Huber-G
Young
Steffes
Carrie
Busche
Laskowski
Totals
FG
3-PT
3-10 --3-6
--10-19 --1-2
--6-13 --1-5
--0-0
--0-0
--5-14 --0-0
--29-70 ---
Portland Pilots
Bredeson-G
Wing-G
Barton-F
LeGrade-C
Priestly-F
Petershing
Pellitier
Warren
Vanderbrake
Hewitt
Young
Totals
FG
3-PT
FT
REB PTS
8-14 --3-4
0 19
0-5
--3-4
0 3
8-15 --1-2
6 17
4-8
--6-6
10 14
6-11 --0-0
9 12
0-0
--0-0
1 0
0-0
--0-0
0 0
0-0
--1-3
0 1
0-2
--1-1
3 1
4-10 --0-0
0 8
0-0
--0-0
0 0
30-65 --- 14-19 37 74
SCORE BY PERIOD
Milwaukee
Portland
1
29
29
FT
2-4
2-2
0-0
0-2
0-1
0-2
0-0
0-0
1-4
0-0
5-15
2
34
45
REB
2
9
9
8
4
2
0
0
10
0
56
-
PTS
8
8
20
2
12
2
0
0
11
0
63
TOTAL
63
74
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Coach of The Year
2005-06 Sandy Botham
2000-01 Sandy Botham
1996-97 Sandy Botham
Player of The Year
2003-04 Maria Viall
2001-02 Maria Viall
1996-97 Jen Greger
Newcomer of The Year
2005-06 Traci Edwards
1996-97 Daryl Schaffeld
All-League First Team
2005-06 Nichole Drummond
Traci Edwards
2004-05 Nichole Drummond
2003-04 Maria Viall
2002-03 Maria Viall
2001-02 Maria Viall
2000-01 Jessica Wilhite
1997-98 Daryl Schaffeld
1996-97 Jen Greger
All-League Second Team
2004-05 Molly O’Brien
2001-02 Jessica Wilhite
Holly Tamm
1999-00 Daryl Schaffeld
Corrin Von Wald
1998-99
1997-98
1995-96
Daryl Schaffled
Trina Rathke
Jen Greger
All-Defensive Team
2005-06 Nichole Drummond
2004-05 Molly O’Brien
2003-04 Maria Viall
2001-02 Allison Klaas
2000-01 Nichole Luchsinger
1999-00 Nichole Luchsinger
1998-99 Corrin Von Wald
All-Newcomer Team
2005-06 Traci Edwards
Meredith Onson
2002-03 Nichole Drummond
Anne Witte
2001-02 Malika Willoughby
2000-01 Maria Viall
1999-00 Jessica Wilhite
1998-99 Corrin Von Wald
1997-98 Teri Stoltenberg
1996-97 Daryl Schaffeld
MID-CONTINENT (1993-94)
All-League Second Team
1993-94 Pam Bartnik
MILWAUKEE
TEAM AWARDS
Most Valuable Player
2005-06 Traci Edwards
2004-05 Nichole Drummond
2003-04 Maria Viall
2002-03 Maria Viall
Jessica Wilhite
2001-02 Holly Tamm
2000-01 Jessica Wilhite
1999-00 Daryl Schaffeld
Teri Stoltenberg
1998-99 Corrin Von Wald
1997-98 Daryl Schaffeld
Trina Rathke
1996-97 Jen Greger
1995-96 Jen Greger
1994-95 Jen Greger
1993-94 Erica Young
1992-93 Niki Flack
1991-92 Teresa Teske
1990-91 Tracy Freund
Most Improved Player
2005-06 Katie Fournier
2004-05 Elisha Hudson
2003-04 Dana Schultz
2002-03 Molly O’Brien
2001-02 Maria Viall
2000-01 Liz Fletcher
Charlene Smith
1999-00 Antoinette Gregory
1998-99 Shannon Johnson
1997-98 Kelly Lubbers
1996-97 Trina Rathke
1997-98
1996-97
Betsy Sanders
Betsy Sanders
Most Inspirational Player
2005-06 Molly O’Brien
2004-05 Molly O’Brien
2003-04 Dana Schultz
2002-03 Jessica Wilhite
2001-02 Holly Tamm
2000-01 Becca Buer
1999-00 Betsy Brawner
1998-99 Latasha Love
1997-98 Nicole Luchsinger
Panther Award Winners
HORIZON LEAGUE/MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE
(1994-PRESENT)
HISTORY
Scholastic Team Award
2005-06 Aubri Rote
2004-05 Kimberly Becker
2003-04 Kimberly Becker
2002-03 Maria Viall
2001-02 Maria Viall
2000-01 Janelle Jonason
1999-00 Teri Stoltenberg
Janelle Jonason
Betsy Brawner
1998-99 Betsy Brawner
1997-98 Amy Wardle
1996-97 Amy Wardle
1995-96 Jen Lowe
1994-95 Betsy Sanders
1993-94 Jen Lowe
1992-93 Andrea Shish
1991-92 Laura Krajnik
1990-91 Traci Diener
Best Defensive Player
2005-06 Molly O’Brien
2004-05 Molly O’Brien
2003-04 Molly O’Brien
2002-03 Antoinette Gregory
2001-02 Allison Klaas
2000-01 Nicole Luchsinger
1999-00 Nicole Luchsinger
1998-99 Corrin Von Wald
Sandy Botham (left) earned her third Horizon League Coach
of the Year award last season. Meanwhile, Nicole Luchsinger
(right) was a two-team league all-defensive team selection for
the Panthers.
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Last season, Molly O’Brien
was UWM’s Best Defensive
Player for the third-straight
year and Most Inspirational
for the second. No other
player has earned either
award as many times.
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Milwaukee Panthers
Panther All-Americans
HISTORY
MARIA VIALL
UMENIA WHITE
2003-04
Kodak/WBCA Region 6
1987-88
NAIA Third Team
1986-87
NAIA Third Team/
AWSF Fourth Team
Kodak All-District
1985-86
AWSF All-Freshman
DARLA WACK
CAROL
BUSCHE
1984-85
AWSF Fourth Team
Kodak All-District
1984-85
Kodak First Team/
AWSF Third Team
Carol Busche (right)
Darla Wack (center)
MARSHA
HOUSLEY
MAUREEN
PITROF
1982-83
AWSF Third Team
1982-83
ASWF All-Freshman
JACI CLARK
1982-83
AWSF Second Team
1981-82
AWSF Honorable
Mention/
NAIA Honorable
Mention
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—B—
Bartnik, Pam ................................ 1991-92-93-94
Batt, Patti................................................... 1979-80
Becker, Kimberly........................ 2002-03-04-05
Blazek, Julie ................................. 1986-87-88-89
Bonesho, Nancy......................... 1974-75-76-77
Braun, Brigit ....................................................1975
Brawner, Betsey ...................................... 1999-00
Brown, Wyetta ................................................1990
Brugman, Kathy ................................................ NA
Buer, Becca ............................................... 2001-02
Busche, Carol .............................. 1982-83-84-85
—C-D—
Carrie, Laurie...................................................1983
Chitko, Susan ..................................................1993
Chudy, Elizabeth............................................2002
Clark, Jaci ..................................... 1980-81-82-83
Cook, Amanda......................................... 2005-06
Dalton, Angie .......................................... 1997-98
Daniels, Valerie ...............................................1975
Dauk, Kathy ................................. 1974-75-76-77
Detloff, Marge ......................................... 1975-76
Diener, Traci................................. 1988-89-90-91
Doepke, Wendy .............................................1994
Drummond, Nichole ........................2003-04-05-06
Dublinski, Deb ........................... 1972-73-74-75
—E-F—
Easley, Shelita .................................................1996
Edwards, Traci ................................... 2006
Elfe, Kris ............................................................1975
Ehlenbach, Nikki............................................2004
Feilbach, Julayne ...........................................2003
Festge, Sandy .................................................... NA
Filipek, Andrea ........................................ 1999-00
Finger, Sandy .............................. 1971-72-73-74
Flack, Niki ..................................... 1990-91-92-93
Fletcher, Elizabeth ................................. 2000-01
Foster, Kelly .....................................................1985
Fournier, Katie ................................... 2006
Freund, Tracey ............................ 1988-89-90-91
—G—
Gedonius, Lauren..........................................1998
Goodnature, Lisa .................................... 1979-80
Green, Pam ............................................... 1975-76
Greger, Jen .................................. 1994-95-96-97
Gregory, Antoinette .......................2000-01-02-03
Guiffre, Mary ............................... 1972-73-74-75
Gundrum, Annette ................................ 1988-89
Gutierrez, Christine ......................................2002
Gutzke, Jill.................................... 1993-94-95-96
—H—
Hagg, Polly .................................. 1985-86-87-88
Hampton, Aubrey .................. 2004-05-06
Hanes, Patty ....................................................1986
Harder, Vicki ................................ 1974-75-76-77
Haren, Vicki .....................................................1975
Hargraves, Kelly .............................................1988
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Harmon, Teketa .............................................1990
Hoppenrath, Robbi ......................................2003
Housley, Marsha ........................ 1979-81-82-83
Huber, Mary .......................................1984-85-86
Hudson, Elisha......................................... 2005-06
Huff, Teri ....................................... 2002-03-04-05
Huss, Emily ......................................................2005
—J—
Jansen, Sally ............................................. 1986-87
Jungbluth, Anne ...........................................1994
Johnson, Jane.................................................1985
Johnson, Kiley ........................ 2004-05-06
Johnson, Shannon ................................. 1999-00
Jonason, Janelle ........................ 1998-99-00-01
—K—
Kais, Mary Jean .......................... 1971-72-73-74
Kalenic, Sue .............................................. 1975-76
Kamrath, Kathy ....................................... 1991-92
Kaufmann, Stefanie.....................1999-00-01-02
Klaas, Allison ............................................ 2001-02
Klein, Meghan ......................................... 2005-06
Kollberg, Jennie ...................................... 2002-04
Kooping, Ann .................................................... NA
Knurr, Connie..................................................1975
Krajnik, Laurie............................. 1990-91-92-93
Krueger, Angie ...............................................1995
Kwasniewski, Debbie...................................1975
—L—
Lampley, Tammy ..............................1982-83-84
Laskowski, Shelly....................... 1983-84-85-86
Leitner, Lois ................................. 1979-80-81-82
Letarski, Stacy.......................................... 1994-95
Literski, Ann ................................ 1974-75-76-77
Look, Jeanne ............................... 1985-86-87-88
Love, Latasha ........................1996-97-98-99-00
Lowe, Jen ..................................... 1993-94-95-96
Lubarsky, Mary ........................... 1971-72-73-74
Lubbers, Kelly ............................. 1997-98, 99-00
Luchsinger, Nicole .................... 1998-99-00-01
Luellwitz, Jody......................................... 1975-76
—M—
Mantei, Kris......................................................1991
Markert, Emily ................................... 2006
Marlatt, Suzy ............................................ 1987-88
Martysz, Sarah ............................ 1996-97-98-99
McCain, Turquoise............................. 2006
McGinley, Marita ...........................................1987
Mickelson, Rachel ..................... 1987-88-89-90
Morton, Tiffany ..............................................2006
Muroni, Jean ............................................ 1973-74
Myers, Lacey ...................................................1985
—N-O—
Nation, Shirley ................................................1980
Netzel, Amy .....................................................1994
Nonhof, Camie ........................... 1986-87-88-89
Nuedling, Fran............................ 1971-72-73-74
O’Brien, Molly ............................. 2003-04-05-06
Onson, Meredith ............................... 2006
—P—
Patane, Cheryl ......................................... 1978-79
Pieper, Anne................................ 1988-89-90-91
Pierre, Mary Jean ....................... 1975-76-77-78
Pitrof, Marge ......................................1974-75-76
Pitrof, Maureen ....................................... 1983-84
Povlick, Carol .............................. 1973-74-75-76
Prebish, Sue ................................ 1975-76-77-78
—R—
Rathke, Trina ............................... 1995-96-97-98
Reckelberg, Beth .................................... 2004-05
Rehberg, Holly............................ 1977-78-79-80
Reisenauer, Jenny .........................................1997
Rewolinski, Gail..............................................1985
Rodman, Apryl ........................... 1994-95-96-97
Rogers, Megan ....................... 2004-05-06
Rosenstiel, Melinda ......................................1992
Rote, Aubri......................................... 2006
All-Time Letterwinners
—A—
Allen, Barb ................................................ 1981-82
Almberg, Nicole .............................................2004
Altieri, Jessica .................................................2004
HISTORY
—S—
Sanders, Betsy ............................ 1995-96-97-98
Schaefer, Courtney ................... 1994-95-96-97
Schaffeld, Daryl .......................... 1997-98-99-00
Schmidt, Nicole..............................................1992
Schubert, Janet .......................... 1991-92-93-94
Schuchardt, Karen ........................................1980
Schulman, Deb .......................... 1981-82-83-84
Schultz, Dana ...............................2004-06
Shish, Andrea .......................................... 1992-93
Smith, Ann ................................... 1982-83-84-85
Smith, Charlene .............................................2001
Spicero, Mary Jo ............................................... NA
St. Aubin, Kerri ...................................2003-04-05
Steffes, Judy ............................................. 1984-85
Stoltenberg, Teri ........................ 1998-99-00-01
—T-U-V—
Tamm, Holly ............................................. 2001-02
Teske, Teresa ............................... 1989-90-91-92
Thome, Mary............................................ 1976-77
Viall, Maria ................................... 2001-02-03-04
Vorpahl, Carrie ........................... 1991-92-93-94
Von Wald, Corrin ..................................... 1999-00
—W—
Wack, Darla.................................. 1982-83-84-85
Wardle, Amy................................ 1996-97-98-99
Weitzer, Cindy ................................................... NA
Wenzel, Angela ....................................... 2001-02
White, Umenia ........................... 1986-87-88-89
Whitford, Jori ..................................................1990
Wilhite, Jessica ........................... 2000-01-02-03
Wilkum, Patricia ................................................ NA
Willoughby, Malika .......................................2002
Witte, Anne ........................................2003-04-05
Wszalek, Lisa ............................... 1980-81-82-83
Wypiszynski, Kim .............................. 2006
—Y-Z—
Young, Erica ................................ 1991-92-93-94
Zahn, Darlene .................................................1992
Current Panthers in BOLD
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HISTORY
3
Amanda Cook* .......................2005
Linda Glick................................2004
Allison Klaas...................... 2001-02
4 • TURQUOISE McCAIN (2006)
Becca Buer......................... 2001-02
5 • JODIE McCLAIN
Amanda Cook* ........................ 2006
Kimberly Becker ...2002-03-04-05
Charlene Smith.......................2001
10
Kerri St. Aubin ............2003-04-05
Elizabeth Chudy .....................2002
Darryl Schaffeld.. 1997-98-99-00
Deb Schulman* ..1981H-82-83-84
Holly Rehberg* .....................1980H
11 • AUBREY HAMPTON (2004-05-06)
Teri Stoltenberg....1998-99-00-01
Suzy Marlatt................1987-88-89
Darla Wack ........... 1982-83-84-85
Deb Schulman* ....................1981R
Holly Rehberg* .....................1980R
12 • KIM WYPISZYNSKI (2006)
Sarah Martysz ..... 1996-97-98-99
Susan Chitko* .........................1995
Polly Hagg* ............................1985H
13
Lisa Wszalek* .................... 1982-83
14
Angie Dalton .................... 1997-98
Anne Pieper ......... 1988-89-90-91
Julie Miller ................................1986
Carol Busche*..........................1982
Cindy Yeko*............................1980H
15 • DANAE RUSSELL
Jessica Wilhite ..... 2000-01-02-03
Shelita Easley ..........................1996
Tracey Freund ..... 1988-89-90-91
Sally Jansen ...................... 1986-87
Lacy Myers ...............................1985
Cindy Yeko*............................1980R
20 • JODI CRUMBLE
Tiffany Morton ........................2006
Beth Reckelberg .............. 2004-05
Robbi Hoppenrath ................2003
Stefanie Kaufmann....1999-00-01-02
Cathy Zacher* .......................1981H
Patti Batt* ...............................1980H
21 • EMILY MARKERT (2006)
Teri Huff................. 2002-03-04-05
86
Elizabeth Fletcher ........... 2000-01
Lauren Gedonius ...................1998
Jen Greger ............ 1994-95-96-97
Tammy Lampley........1982-83-84
Cathy Zacher* .......................1981R
Patti Batt* ...............................1980R
22 • ANGEL CALLOWAY
Nichole Drummond...2003-04-05-06
Holly Tamm ....................... 2001-02
Latasha Love..1996-97-98-99-00
Pam Bartnik ......... 1991-92-93-94
Kaye Gezella ............................1990
Karen Nelson ...........................1988
Julie Miller ................................1985
Maureen Pitroff ............... 1983-84
Cindy Weitzer* ............... 1981H-82
Karen Schuchardt* ..............1980H
23 • MEREDITH ONSON (2006)
Anne Witte ..................2003-04-05
Shannon Johnson .......... 1999-00
Cindy Weitzer* ......................1981R
Karen Schuchardt* ..............1980R
24
Maria Viall ............. 2001-02-03-04
Courtney Schaefer...1994-95-96-97
Susan Chitko* .........................1993
Darlene Zahn ..........................1992
Jori Whitford ............................1990
Tracey Baierl ............................1989
Jeanne Look ........ 1985-86-87-88
Lisa Wszalek* .........................1980H
25 • EBONY HAMPTON
Molly O’Brien....... 2003-04-05-06
Malika Willoughby ................2002
Corrin Von Wald............... 1999-00
Betsy Sanders...... 1995-96-97-98
Janet Schubert ... 1991-92-93-94
Sue Welles ................................1985
JaVeata Young ................. 1983-84
Debbie Gill ...............................1982
Lisa Wszalek* .........................1980R
30 • MADDY KUSILEK
Meghan Klein ................... 2005-06
Nikki Ehlenbach .....................2004
Antoinette Gregory...2000-01-02-03
Amy Wardle ......... 1996-97-98-99
Kate Michalski .........................1995
Anne Jungbluth .....................1994
Lisa Wszalek* .........................1981H
Julie Peichl* ...........................1980H
31
Annette Gundrum* ...............1989
Polly Hagg* .................1986-87-88
Kelly Foster...............................1985
Lisa Wszalek* .........................1981R
Julie Peichl* ...........................1980R
32 • KILEY JOHNSON (2004-05-06)
Julayne Feilbach ....................2003
Angela Wenzel ................. 2001-02
Trina Rathke......... 1995-96-97-98
Erica Young .......... 1991-92-93-94
Teketa Harmon .......................1990
Judy Steffes....................... 1984-85
Marsha Housley* ..1980H-81H-82-83
33 • KATE FOURNIER (2006)
Emily Huss ................................2005
Jessica Altieri ...........................2004
Andrea Filipek .................. 1999-00
Jen Lowe ............... 1993-94-95-96
Wyetta Brown .................. 1990-91
Kelly Hargraves ................ 1988-89
Marita McGinley .....................1987
Patty Hanes ..............................1986
Ann Smith ............ 1982-83-84-85
Marsha Housley*.......... 1980R-81R
34 • MEGAN ROGERS (2004-05-06)
Nicole Luchsinger...1998-99-00-01
Jenny Reisenauer...................1997
Stacy Letarski ................... 1994-95
Teresa Teske ......... 1989-90-91-92
Polly Hagg* ............................1985R
Barb Allen* ...............................1982
35
Lisa Kulikowski........................1996
Amy Netzel...............................1994
Niki Flack............... 1990-91-92-93
Annette Gundrum* ...............1988
Jan Wickman ...........................1987
Jane Johnson* ......................1985H
Laurie Carrie ............................1984
40
Jill Gutzke ............. 1993-94-95-96
Rachel Michelson ...1987-88-89-90
Shelly Laskowski ....................1986
Gail Rewolinski .......................1985
Lois Leitner*............1980H-81H-82
41
Sue White .................................1983
Lois Leitner*................... 1980R-81R
43
Apryl Rodman ............1995-96-97
Laurie Krajnik ...... 1990-91-92-93
Jaci Clark* ....................... 1980R-81R
44 • JESSICA BROWN
Elisha Hudson .................. 2005-06
Jenelle Jonason .. 1998-99-00-01
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Wendy Doepke* .....................1995
Carrie Vorpahl ..... 1991-92-93-94
Jan Wickman* .........................1985
45 • AUBRI ROTE (2006)
Jennie Kollberg ............... 2002-04
Kelly Lubbers....... 1997-98-99-00
Carol Busche*.............1983-84-85
50
Nicole Schmidt* .....................1993
Kris Mantei ...............................1991
Julie Blazek........... 1986-87-88-89
51
Camie Nonhoff ... 1986-87-88-89
Jane Johnson* ........................1985
52 • DANA SCHULTZ (2004-06H)*^
Betsey Brawner..........1998-99-00
Angie Bayer..............................1995
Wendy Doepke* .....................1994
Amy Frey ...................................1993
Nicole Schmidt* .....................1992
Traci Diener .......... 1988-89-90-91
Jan Wickman* .........................1986
53
Dana Schultz*^ ....................2006R
Umenia White ..... 1986-87-88-89
54 • TRACI EDWARDS (2006)
Nicole Almberg ......................2004
Barb Allen* .............................1981H
Lisa Goodnature* ................1980H
55
Shelly Laskowski ............. 1984-85
Holly Szablewski ....................1983
Barb Allen* .............................1981R
Lisa Goodnature* ................1980R
42 • JACI CLARK (RETIRED)
Kathy Kamrath ..........1991-92
Mary Huber ......... 1984-85-86
Jaci Clark* .. 1980H-81H-82-83
Jaci Clark was the first player
in school history, in any sport,
to have their number retired.
No other UWM basketball
player has had his/her number
retired.
Year Indicates Spring of Season
* - Multiple Numbers
H
- Number For Home Games
R
- Number For Road Games
^ - Dana Schultz wore #53 for select
road games in 2005-06
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RECORDS
RECORDS
Two-Time League Player of the Year Maria Viall is UWM’s all-time leading scorer
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RECORDS
SCORING LEADERS
YEAR
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04
2002-03
2001-02
2000-01
1999-00
1998-99
1997-98
1996-97
1995-96
1994-95
1993-94
1992-93
1991-92
1990-91
1989-90
1988-89
1987-88
1986-87
1985-86
1984-85
1983-84
1982-83
1981-82
1980-81
1979-80
1978-79
PLAYER
PTS
Traci Edwards
500
Nichole Drummond 315
Maria Viall
529
Maria Viall
507
Maria Viall
467
Jessica Wilhite
465
Corrin Von Wald 321
Corrin Von Wald 294
Daryl Schaffeld
421
Jen Greger
552
Jen Greger
332
Jen Greger
322
Pam Bartnik
406
Niki Flack
414
Niki Flack
327
Tracey Freund
319
Rachel Mickelson 466
Rachel Mickelson 414
Umenia White
441
Umenia White
506
Jan Wickman
336
Carol Busche
503
Maureen Pitrof
570
Jaci Clark
507
Jaci Clark
481
Jaci Clark
266
Jaci Clark
377
Betty Willis
219
ASSIST LEADERS
AVG
16.1
13.7
18.2
18.1
16.7
15.5
11.9
11.3
15.6
19.7
13.8
11.9
15.0
15.3
12.1
12.3
17.9
14.3
15.2
17.5
12.0
16.2
17.3
16.9
16.0
14.1
13.9
12.8
Pam Bartnik set the school record for assists in a
season in 1993-94, while leading the team with
15.0 points per game.
88
YEAR
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04
2002-03
2001-02
2000-01
1999-00
1998-99
1997-98
1996-97
1995-96
1994-95
1993-94
1992-93
1991-92
1990-91
1989-90
1988-89
1987-88
1986-87
1985-86
1984-85
1983-84
1982-83
1981-82
1980-81
1979-80
PLAYER
AST
Meredith Onson
98
Aubrey Hampton 68
Molly O’Brien
69
Antoinette Gregory 78
Holly Tamm
120
Allison Klaas
78
Teri Stoltenberg 102
Teri Stoltenberg
61
Teri Stoltenberg 104
Jen Greger
123
Jen Greger
109
Jen Greger
129
Pam Bartnik
153
Pam Bartnik
126
Pam Bartnik
135
Anne Pieper
88
Tracey Freund
107
Tracey Freund
115
Jeanne Look
150
Jeanne Look
152
Julie Blazek
91
Darla Wack
97
Deb Schulman
135
Jaci Clark
86
Deb Schulman
77
Lois Leitner
37
Lois Leitner
58
REBOUNDING LEADERS
AVG
3.2
2.7
2.7
2.8
4.4
2.6
3.6
2.8
3.9
4.4
4.5
4.8
5.7
4.8
4.8
3.3
4.1
4.4
5.2
5.2
3.3
3.0
4.1
2.9
2.6
2.1
2.1
Deb Schulman led UWM in assists twice, playing alongside All-Americans Jaci Clark and
Maureen Pitrof.
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
YEAR
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04
2002-03
2001-02
2000-01
1999-00
1998-99
1997-98
1996-97
1995-96
1994-95
1993-94
1992-93
1991-92
1990-91
1989-90
1988-89
1987-88
1986-87
1985-86
1984-85
1983-84
1982-83
1981-82
1980-81
1979-80
1978-79
PLAYER
Traci Edwards
Molly O’Brien
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Corrin Von Wald
Kelly Lubbers
Trina Rathke
Apryl Rodman
Jill Gutzke
Jill Gutzke
Erica Young
Erica Young
Teresa Teske
Teresa Teske
Teresa Teske
Camie Nonhof
Umenia White
Umenia White
Umenia White
Carol Busche
Maureen Pitrof
Jaci Clark
Jaci Clark
Jaci Clark
Jaci Clark
Betty Willis
REB
311
197
315
289
190
177
147
130
169
183
196
152
274
222
192
160
231
188
282
247
215
234
313
294
334
196
273
181
AVG
10.0
7.0
10.9
10.3
6.8
5.9
5.4
4.8
6.3
6.5
7.5
5.6
10.1
8.2
6.9
5.9
8.9
7.2
9.7
8.5
7.9
7.5
9.5
9.8
11.1
10.8
10.1
10.6
Erica Young grabbed almost 500 rebounds
(496) in a two-year span for Milwaukee from
1992-94.
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FG-FGA
PCT
3FG-FGA
PCT
FT-FTA
PCT
OFF-DEF
TOT
AVG
PF
A
TO
BLK STL PTS
AVG
2005-06 UWM
Opp.
31
31
756-1693 .447 142-436 .326 429-641 .669 410-772 1182 38.1
755-1801 .419 162-493 .329 352-498 .707 344-653 997 32.2
466 517 604 100 225 2083 67.2
568 416 488 95 329 2024 65.3
2004-05 UWM
Opp.
28
28
642-1588 .404 182-586 .311 317-444 .714 362-644 1006 35.9
671-1591 .422 171-473 .362 313-428 .731 335-651 986 35.2
413 366 558
473 414 536
76 273 1783 63.7
94 294 1826 65.2
2003-04 UWM
Opp.
29
29
656-1620 .405 135-437 .309 377-552 .683 423-747 1170 40.3
682-1673 .408 149-432 .345 294-456 .645 319-637 956 33.0
445 414 605
532 390 490
69 252 1824 62.9
84 334 1807 62.3
2002-03 UWM
Opp.
28
28
688-1569 .438 115-374 .307 386-534 .723 401-711 1112 39.7
708-1689 .419 173-506 .342 315-446 .706 321-546 867 31.0
456 432 613
495 465 460
97 237 1877 67.0
74 302 1904 68.0
2001-02 UWM
Opp.
28
28
722-1697 .425 180-530 .340 373-526 .709 345-650 995
645-1582 .408 141-428 .329 292-407 .717 281-646 927
433 465 484
492 374 582
71 300 1997 71.3
87 239 1723 61.5
2000-01 UWM
Opp.
30
30
692-1731 .400 179-525 .341 493-696 .708 402-664 1066 35.5
726-1684 .431 111-368 .302 360-526 .684 333-693 1026 34.2
514 469 528 83 309 2056 68.5
617 434 601 108 238 1923 64.1
1999-00 UWM
Opp.
28
28
664-1630 .407 168-475 .354 462-605 .764 360-664 1024 36.6
698-1618 .431 163-457 .357 388-558 .695 348-681 1029 36.8
512 467 500
529 420 533
44 247 1958 69.0
97 249 1947 69.5
1998-99 UWM
Opp.
28
28
606-1473 .411 141-390 .362 420-595 .706 368-610 978
615-1473 .418 121-414 .292 495-693 .714 362-595 957
36.2
35.4
599 381 545
545 359 536
41 242 1773 65.7
66 257 1846 68.4
1997-98 UWM
Opp.
27
27
571-1307 .437 136-360 .378 493-675 .730 283-589 872
616-1457 .423 99-345 .287 439-635 .681 367-551 918
32.3
34.0
545 375 571
565 365 536
61 241 1771 65.6
61 272 1770 65.6
1996-97 UWM
Opp.
28
28
631-1487 .424 132-349 .378 420-611 .687 334-694 1028 36.7
661-1620 .408 139-427 .326 404-626 .645 413-646 1059 37.8
572 404 672
575 398 612
85 298 1814 64.8
84 301 1865 66.6
1995-96 UWM
Opp.
26
26
612-1556 .393 62-243 .255 359-536 .670 387-667 1054 40.5
766-1722 .445 108-349 .309 357-570 .626 431-671 1102 42.4
482 418 638
483 470 513
55 254 1645 63.3
77 381 1997 76.8
1994-95 UWM
Opp.
27
27
518-1373 .377 53-197 .269 305-468 .652 318-555 873 32.3
782-1651 .474 104-275 .378 397-560 .709 399-630 1029 38.1
477 356 713
429 484 513
72 241 1394 51.6
84 421 2065 76.5
1993-94 UWM
Opp.
27
27
687-1642 .418
723-1774 .408
67-237
76-256
.283 425-611 .696 413-732 1145 42.4
.297 431-616 .700 433-659 1092 40.4
518 413 736 102 290 1866 69.1
531 396 615 103 411 1953 72.3
1992-93 UWM
Opp.
27
27
636-1577 .403
684-1683 .406
73-272
74-241
.268 430-598 .719 379-713 1092 40.4
.307 320-478 .670 353-684 1037 38.4
442 380 559
513 354 511
92 267 1775 65.7
90 299 1762 65.3
1991-92 UWM
Opp.
28
28
730-1648 .443
715-1788 .400
67-182
77-262
.368 391-615 .636 325-690 1146 40.9
.294 335-522 .642 361-610 1088 38.9
490 459 636
529 356 578
84 322 1918 68.5
78 356 1842 65.8
1990-91 UWM
Opp.
27
27
673-1705 .395
772-1887 .409
84-243
81-247
.346 358-655 .658 403-640 1153 42.7
.328 362-524 .691 463-613 1197 44.3
465 402 646
482 452 552
82 289 1788 66.2
86 385 1987 73.6
35.5
33.1
Year-By-Year Team Statistics
GP
RECORDS
Yearly Statistics Since 1990-91, UWM’s first year of Division I
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MOST POINTS
104 vs. Northeastern Illinois
101 vs. Cleveland State
102 vs. Detroit
100 vs. Youngstown State
97 vs. Loyola
97 vs. Butler
1/22/91
2/17/96
1/19/02
2/2/02
1/29/00
1/13/96
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
14 vs. Youngstown State
13 vs. Wright St.
13 vs. Chicago State
12 vs. UW-Green Bay
11 vs. Central Michigan
11 vs. UW-Green Bay
11 vs. Cleveland St.
2/2/02
2/7/02
1/25/00
1/20/01
12/17/00
1/23/99
2/3/94
MOST POINTS - ONE HALF
59 vs. Detroit
55 vs. Northwestern
55 vs. St. Francis
53 vs. Furman
53 vs. Northeastern Illinois
1/19/02
1/18/06
1/31/91
11/28/98
1/22/91
3-PT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
37 vs. Wright State
30 vs. UW-Green Bay
29 vs. Cleveland State
29 vs. Iowa
29 vs. Northwestern
2/7/02
1/20/01
2/12/05
12/28/04
12/12/04
MOST POINTS - BOTH TEAMS
200 vs. Cleveland St. (101-99)
190 vs. Valparaiso (96-94)
187 vs. Drake (84-103)
184 vs. Wright State (91-93)
183 vs. Butler (92-91)
2/17/96
2/17/94
12/4/97
2/10/94
2/6/97
FEWEST POINTS - BOTH TEAMS
92 vs. Wright State ( 58-34)
95 vs. Denver (48-47)
97 vs. Wright State (56-41)
98 vs. Wright State (42-56)
98 vs. UM-Kansas City (47-51)
FIELD GOALS MADE
39 vs. Northeastern Illinois
38 vs. St. Francis
37 vs. Valparaiso
36 vs. Cleveland State
35 vs. Central Michigan
35 vs. Northeastern Illinois
35 vs. Loyola
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
83 vs. Northeastern Illinois
83 vs. UW-Parkside
81 vs. Ball State
81 vs. Northern Illinois
80 vs. St. Francis
3/8/01
12/7/96
2/4/99
2/5/98
2/7/91
1/22/91
1/31/91
2/17/94
2/17/96
12/17/00
2/25/92
1/3/02
1/22/91
2/9/91
1/12/91
2/5/91
1/31/91
FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 25 MADE)
.615 (32-52) vs. Wright State
2/27/03
.614 (27-44) vs. South Carolina 12/28/98
.612 (30-49) vs. UW-Green Bay 1/23/99
.607 (37-61) vs. Valparaiso
2/17/94
.605 (26-43) vs. Western Illinois 12/10/96
FEWEST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
32 vs. UW-Green Bay
32 vs. UW-Green Bay
36 vs. UW-Green Bay
36 vs. UM-Kansas City
38 vs. UM-Kansas City
90
1/24/98
1/7/95
3/5/95
2/22/92
12/2/92
3-PT FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 8 MADE)
.786 (11-14) vs. C. Michigan
.667 (8-12) vs. Loyola
.647 (11-17) vs. UW-Green Bay
.643 (9-14) vs. Cleveland State
.625 (10-16) vs. Butler
.625 (10-16) vs. Detroit
FREE THROWS MADE
38 vs. Nebraska
37 vs. Valparaiso
35 vs. Furman
34 vs. Loyola
32 vs. Loyola
32 vs. Navy
FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
45 vs. Nebraska
44 vs. Valparaiso
44 vs. Loyola
44 vs. Navy 11/30/97
43 vs. N. Illinois
12/17/00
2/24/00
1/23/99
2/13/99
1/3/05
1/23/97
ASSISTS
28 vs. Central Michigan
28 vs. Chicago State
27 vs. Northeastern Illinois
26 vs. Hawaii
26 vs. Cleveland State
26 vs. Chicago State
12/17/00
1/25/00
1/22/91
12/10/99
1/20/96
2/8/92
STEALS
22 vs. Furman
20 vs. Western Illinois
19 vs. Iowa State
19 vs. Northern Iowa
19 vs. Marquette
11/28/98
12/14/91
12/19/92
11/26/91
12/6/90
BLOCKS
11 vs. Marquette
9 vs. Marquette
9 vs. Northeastern Illinois
8 vs. UW-Green Bay
8 vs. Western Illinois
12/3/96
1/14/93
2/13/93
1/14/91
12/14/90
2/12/04
12/2/95
1/22/91
2/9/91
1/13/94
TURNOVERS
45 vs. UW-Green Bay
41 vs. Wisconsin
40 vs. Eastern Illinois
40 vs. Evansville
38 vs. Wisconsin
38 vs. Miami (OH)
1/7/94
12/10/91
1/8/94
12/4/93
11/24/96
11/28/94
1/11/03
1/26/04
2/12/04
1/22/91
1/4/03
1/8/92
PERSONAL FOULS
31 vs. Cleveland State
30 vs. UW-Green Bay
30 vs. Northwestern
29 vs. Ball State
29 vs. Eastern Michigan
29 vs. Wisconsin
2/13/99
1/23/99
1/1/99
12/9/98
12/9/95
11/24/96
12/13/97
1/19/00
11/28/98
1/29/00
1/30/99
11/30/97
12/13/97
1/19/00
1/30/99
1/6/96
FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 10 MADE)
.957 (22-23) vs. Chicago State
3/2/91
.950 (19-20) vs. Cleveland State 2/12/00
.944 (17-18) vs. W. Michigan
2/23/91
.938 (15-16) vs. St. Louis
11/27/95
.938 (15-16) vs. Northern Illinois 2/27/94
MOST REBOUNDS
63 vs. IPFW
60 vs. Indiana State
60 vs. Northeastern Illinois
59 vs. UW-Parkside
58 vs. Valparaiso
REBOUNDING MARGIN
+33 vs. Youngstown State
+31 vs. UW-Green Bay
+30 vs. IPFW
+29 vs. Northeastern Illinois
+28 vs. Cleveland State
+28 vs. Akron
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Teri Stoltenberg had a game-high seven
assists and hit her only three-point try
Dec. 17, 2000 when the Panthers tied a
school record with 28 assists and set a
school mark by hitting 78.6% on three’s
against Central Michigan.
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3/2/96
2/5/91
12/9/93
12/4/97
12/3/94
FEWEST POINTS
34 Wright State
39 Butler
40 Northern Iowa
41 Wright State
41 UW-Green Bay
3/8/01
1/23/02
12/2/03
2/4/99
2/21/98
FIELD GOALS MADE
52 Northern Illinois
51 Northern Illinois
41 Wisconsin
40 Duke
40 Detroit
2/5/91
3/2/96
12/9/93
3/17/01
2/21/96
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
92 Northern Illinois
86 Valparaiso
85 Cleveland State
84 Northern Illinois
83 DePaul
FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 25 MADE)
.696 (39-56) LaSalle
.646 (51-79) Northern Illinois
.645 (40-62) Duke
.643 (36-56) Purdue
.643 (36-56) Butler
FEWEST FIELD GOALS MADE
11 Wright State
12 Butler
13 Northeastern Illinois
14 Illinois-Chicago
15 Multiple Times
FEWEST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
38 UW-Green Bay
39 Iowa State
40 Wright St.
41 Wright St.
42 Multiple Times
2/5/91
2/17/94
2/17/96
1/22/94
11/30/05
2/2/95
3/2/96
3/17/01
11/25/03
2/6/97
2/17/96
1/22/05
2/13/99
11/24/01
1/26/02
3-PT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
47 Cleveland State
37 Cleveland State
30 Cleveland State
29 SE Missouri State
27 Detroit
27 Cleveland State
27 Dayton
2/17/96
2/13/99
1/20/96
11/25/05
2/16/06
2/8/03
12/21/97
3-PT. FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 8 MADE)
.632 (12-23) UW-Green Bay
1/26/02
.600 (9-15) Detroit
2/20/97
.591 (13-22) Butler
1/22/05
.588 (10-17) Northern Michigan 12/11/05
.579 (11-19) Cleveland State
2/12/05
MOST FREE THROWS MADE
33 UW-Green Bay
32 Butler
32 Cleveland State
30 UW-Green Bay
30 Marquette
MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
43 Cleveland State
40 Cleveland State
40 UW-Green Bay
39 Valparaiso
38 Multiple Times
2/20/99
2/7/98
2/3/94
1/23/99
2/22/93
2/3/94
2/13/99
1/23/99
1/19/00
3/8/01
1/23/02
2/13/93
1/28/99
2/20/99
12/19/93
2/19/93
2/5/98
LOWEST FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN 25 MADE)
.224 (13-58) Northeastern Illinois 2/13/93
.229 (11-48) Wright State
3/8/01
.250 (16-64) Illinois-Chicago
2/12/03
.258 (16-62) Western Michigan
1/4/92
.264 (19-72) Illinois-Chicago
1/16/91
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3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
14 Cleveland St.
13 Butler
12 Cleveland St.
12 Mississippi
12 UW-Green Bay
Holly Tamm and the Panthers held Wright
State to a league tournament record
22.9% shooting in the 2001 quarterfinals. The Raiders’ 11 field goals made was
a UWM school record for fewest allowed.
FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 10 MADE)
1.00 (15-15) Cleveland State
2/4/95
.950 (19-20) Iowa State
12/11/93
.947 (18-19) Western Illinois
12/14/90
.938 (15-16) Youngstown State 1/29/05
.938 (15-16) UM-Kansas City
3/5/93
MOST REBOUNDS
64 Northern Illinois
60 Marquette
58 Oregon State
57 Toledo 1/28/91
55 Youngstown State
REBOUNDING MARGIN
+34 Marquette
+27 Wright State
+25 Marquette
+24 Northern Illinois
+22 Iowa State
ASSISTS
31 Northern Illinois
30 Indiana State
29 Vanderbilt
28 Multiple Times
STEALS
27 Michigan
27 Michigan
26 Detroit 12/2/92
25 DePaul 11/21/03
25 Marquette
BLOCKS
12 UW-Green Bay
10 Oregon State
10 Wisconsin
9 Wisconsin
9 Wisconsin
9 Northern Iowa
9 Northwestern
2/5/91
12/3/96
12/12/99
1/7/91
12/3/96
2/10/95
1/16/95
2/5/91
12/30/94
Opponent Single-Game Records
MOST POINTS
117 Northern Illinois
112 Northern Illinois
108 Wisconsin
104 Drake
104 Duke
RECORDS
3/2/96
12/10/90
12/10/02
11/24/95
12/28/90
1/16/95
12/11/92
12/12/99
12/9/93
12/14/05
12/8/04
12/2/04
1/12/93
TURNOVERS
36 Iowa State
36 Marquette
34 Wisconsin
33 Evansville
32 Multiple Times
12/19/92
12/6/90
12/10/90
12/4/93
PERSONAL FOULS
31 Valparaiso
30 Loyola
30 Nebraska
29 Multiple Times
1/19/00
1/30/99
12/13/97
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Team Single-Season Records
RECORDS
GAMES PLAYED
31
30
29
29
28
2005-06
2000-01
2003-04
1994-95
Six Times
POINTS
2083
2056
1997
1958
1918
WINS
22
20
19
17
17
2005-06
2001-02
2000-01
2003-04
1991-92
POINTS PER GAME
71.3
69.9
69.1
68.5
68.5
LOSSES
25
22
16
16
15
1994-95
1995-96
1998-99
1990-91
1993-94
HIGHEST SCORING MARGIN
+9.8
2001-02
+4.4
2000-01
+2.7
1991-92
+2.4
1992-93
+1.9
2005-06
MOST OVERTIME GAMES
4
3
3
2
1
1999-00
2005-06
1996-97
2003-04
Six Times
CONSECUTIVE WINS
12
1/28/06 thru 3/6/06
9
12/28/01 thru 1/23/02
9
2/10 thru 3/10/01
8
12/7/97 thru 1/10/98
7
1/29 thru 2/19/04
7
1/31 thru 2/21/02
THREE POINT PERCENTAGE
.378
1996-97
.378
1997-98
.368
1991-92
.362
1998-99
.354
1999-00
ASSISTS PER GAME
16.7
16.7
16.4
16.1
15.6
2005-06
1999-00
1991-92
1995-96
2000-01
2001-02
1999-00
1993-94
2000-01
1991-92
FREE THROWS
493
493
462
430
429
STEALS
322
309
300
298
290
1991-92
2000-01
2001-02
1996-97
1993-94
STEALS PER GAME
11.5
10.7
10.7
10.7
10.6
1991-92
2001-02
1993-94
1990-91
1996-97
BLOCKS
102
100
97
92
85
1993-94
2005-06
2002-03
1992-93
1996-97
2005-06
1991-92
2001-02
2000-01
2002-03
2001-02
1997-98
1999-00
1992-93
2005-06
FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
696
2000-01
675
1997-98
641
2005-06
615
1991-92
611
1996-97
611
1993-94
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
.764
1999-00
.730
1997-98
.723
2002-03
.719
1992-93
.714
2004-05
2005-06
2003-04
1990-91
1991-92
1993-94
BLOCKS PER GAME
3.8
1993-94
3.5
2002-03
3.4
1992-93
3.2
2005-06
3.0
Three Times
1990-91
1993-94
1991-92
1995-96
1992-93
FEWEST TURNOVERS
484
500
528
545
558
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
1731
2000-01
1705
1990-91
1697
2001-02
1693
2005-06
1648
1991-92
REBOUNDS
1182
1170
1153
1146
1145
2001-02
2005-06
2000-01
1991-92
2003-04
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
.447
2005-06
.443
1991-92
.438
2002-03
.437
1997-98
.425
2001-02
REBOUNDS PER GAME
42.7
42.4
40.9
40.5
40.4
HOME WINNING PERCENTAGE
.900 (9-1)
1992-93
.846 (11-2)
2003-04
.846 (11-2)
2000-01
.833 (10-2)
1996-87
.813 (13-3)
2005-06
.813 (13-3)
1991-92
THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS
182
2004-05
180
2001-02
179
2000-01
168
1999-00
142
2005-06
HIGHEST REBOUNDING MARGIN
+8.7
2002-03
+7.3
2003-04
+6.0
2005-06
+2.4
2001-02
+2.0
Three Times
FEWEST TURNOVERS PER GAME
17.3
2001-02
17.6
2000-01
17.9
1999-00
19.5
2005-06
19.9
2004-05
ROAD WINNING PERCENTAGE
.786 (11-3)
2001-02
.643 (9-5)
2005-06
.500 (6-6)
1997-98
.462 (6-7)
1999-00
.456 (5-6)
2002-03
THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
586
2004-05
530
2001-02
525
2000-01
475
1999-00
437
2003-04
ASSISTS
517
469
467
465
459
ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO
0.96
2001-02
0.93
1999-00
0.89
2000-01
0.86
2005-06
0.72
1991-92
WINNING PERCENTAGE
.714 (20-8)
.710 (22-9)
.633 (19-11)
.607 (17-11)
.586 (17-12)
92
FIELD GOALS
756
730
722
692
688
2005-06
2000-01
2001-02
1999-00
1991-92
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2000-01
1999-00
2001-02
1991-92
2001-02
1999-00
2000-01
1998-99
2004-05
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POINTS - 30-POINT GAMES
Andrea Filipek
Jessica Wilhite
Jen Greger
Maria Viall
Jessica Wilhite
Jessica Wilhite
Maria Viall
Trina Rathke
Maria Viall
50
47
46
46
45
2/6/97
1/19/00
11/25/05
2/10/94
1/18/97
44
11/25/05
38
36
36
33
32
31
31
30
30
1/23/99
3/10/01
2/22/97
1/12/02
1/20/01
12/4/02
11/22/03
1/15/98
12/28/01
REBOUNDS - 20-REBOUND GAMES
Traci Edwards
22
Traci Edwards
21
Maria Viall
21
Maria Viall
21
Teresa Teske
21
1/26/06
2/13/06
2/1/03
1/23/03
2/9/91
ASSISTS
Pam Bartnik
Pam Bartnik
Pam Bartnik
Teri Stoltenberg
Jen Greger
14
13
12
11
11
1/17/94
1/5/93
12/2/91
1/10/98
1/9/95
STEALS
Pam Bartnik
Pam Bartnik
Daryl Schaffeld
Pam Bartnik
Eight Times
9
9
8
8
7
2/3/94
1/5/93
2/8/97
12/11/92
BLOCKS
Maria Viall
Katie Fournier
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Trina Rathke
Erica Young
Erica Young
Erica Young
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
11/22/02
2/18/06
12/28/02
12/4/02
12/15/95
1/22/94
2/13/93
1/14/93
FIELD GOALS MADE
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Jessica Wilhite
Andrea Filipek
Five Times
14
13
13
13
12
12/28/01
1/12/02
3/10/01
1/23/99
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FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
Jessica Wilhite
Jen Greger
Niki Flack
Maria Viall
Jen Greger
23
23
23
22
22
1/20/01
3/7/97
1/19/93
11/25/03
2/27/97
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Jessica Wilhite
Jessica Wilhite
Jessica Wilhite
Andrea Filipek
Susan Chitko
10
8
7
7
7
1/20/01
12/4/02
3/10/01
1/23/99
1/7/93
FREE THROWS MADE
Corrin Von Wald
Trina Rathke
Apryl Rodman
Corrin Von Wald
Trina Rathke
Jen Greger
18
17
13
12
12
12
1/19/00
11/30/97
2/17/96
1/22/00
11/15/97
12/10/96
FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
Trina Rathke
Corrin Von Wald
Trina Rathke
Jen Greger
Apryl Rodman
23
18
15
15
14
11/30/97
1/19/00
11/15/97
1/6/96
2/17/96
MISCELLANEOUS FEATS
20/20 GAMES
Traci Edwards
• 21 points/22 rebounds (1/26/06)
Maria Viall
• 27 points/21 rebounds (2/1/03)
• 28 points/21 rebounds (1/23/03)
DOUBLE-DOUBLES
Most in a Season
Traci Edwards
Maria Viall
Erica Young
Pam Bartnik
Niki Flack
15
14
14
7
7
2005-06
2003-04
1993-94
1993-94
1992-93
Most in a Career
Maria Viall
Erica Young
Traci Edwards
Pam Bartnik
Niki Flack
35
22
15
9
9
2000-04
1990-94
2005-Pr.
1990-94
*1989-93
Individual Single-Game Records
MINUTES PLAYED
Daryl Schaffeld
Teri Stoltenberg
Nichole Drummond
Pam Bartnik
Daryl Schaffeld
MINUTES OFF THE BENCH
Meredith Onson
RECORDS
Reflects only double-doubles totaled
since UWM began Division I.
FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 10 MADE)
Nichole Drummond .909 (10-11)
Kimberly Becker
.833 (10-12)
Maria Viall
.833 (10-12)
Maria Viall
.778 (14-18)
Trina Rathke
.769 (10-13)
Erica Young
.769 (10-13)
Niki Flack
.769 (10-13)
Niki Flack
.769 (10-13)
2/11/06
2/27/03
11/29/02
12/28/01
11/25/97
3/6/93
1/25/92
12/2/91
3-PT FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 5 MADE)
Daryl Schaffeld
1.000 (5-5)
Daryl Schaffeld
1.000 (5-5)
Andrea Filipek
.875 (7-8)
Jessica Wilhite
.833 (5-6)
Daryl Schaffeld
.750 (6-8)
2/27/99
3/1/97
1/23/99
12/17/00
2/24/00
FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 10 MADE)
Corrin Von Wald
1.000 (18-18)
Nicole Luchsinger
1.000 (10-10)
Erica Young
1.000 (10-10)
Niki Flack
1.000 (10-10)
Apryl Rodman
.928 (13-14)
Jen Greger
.923 (12-13)
Nicole Luchsinger
.911 (11-12)
1/19/00
12/30/00
1/22/94
1/28/92
2/17/96
12/10/96
2/10/01
Daryl Schaffeld
Corrin Von Wald (right) shares the NCAA record for
single-game free throw percentage. She is one of
12 players to make at least 18-of-18 free throws.
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RECORDS
GAMES PLAYED
Nichole Drummond
Traci Edwards
Molly O’Brien
Meredith Onson
Eight Players
31
31
31
31
30
2005-06
2005-06
2005-06
2005-06
2000-01
POINTS PER GAME
Jen Greger
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Traci Edwards
19.7
18.2
18.1
16.7
16.1
1996-97
2003-04
2002-03
2001-02
2005-06
3-PT FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 50 ATT.)
Tracey Freund
.441
Emily Markert
.412
Jen Greger
.407
Megan Rogers
.404
Daryl Schaffeld
.401
1990-91
2005-06
1996-97
2004-05
1996-97
GAMES STARTED
Nichole Drummond
Traci Edwards
Teri Stoltenberg
Two Players
Two Players
31
30
30
29
29
2005-06
2005-06
2000-01
2003-04
2000-01
REBOUNDS
Maria Viall
Traci Edwards
Maria Viall
Erica Young
Erica Young
315
311
289
274
222
2003-04
2005-06
2002-03
1993-94
1992-93
FREE THROWS MADE
Trina Rathke
Jen Greger
Traci Edwards
Daryl Schaffeld
Maria Viall
139
137
136
121
120
1997-98
1996-97
2005-06
1997-98
2003-04
MINUTES
Daryl Schaffeld
Molly O’Brien
Jen Greger
Jen Greger
Meredith Onson
1,054
1,036
991
988
976
1996-97
2005-06
1996-97
1994-95
2005-06
REBOUNDS PER GAME
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Erica Young
Traci Edwards
Erica Young
10.9
10.3
10.1
10.0
8.2
2003-04
2002-03
1993-94
2005-06
1992-93
FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 75 ATT.)
Corrin Von Wald
.865
Nicole Luchsinger
.844
Nicole Luchsinger
.832
Daryl Schaffeld
.829
Carrie Vorpahl
.824
1999-00
2000-01
1999-00
1997-98
1993-94
MINUTES PER GAME
Daryl Schaffeld
Jen Greger
Jen Greger
Daryl Schaffeld
Jessica Wilhite
37.6
36.6
35.4
34.6
34.1
1996-97
1994-95
1996-97
1997-98
2002-03
FIELD GOALS MADE
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Traci Edwards
Jen Greger
204
199
191
182
178
2002-03
2003-04
2001-02
2005-06
1996-97
ASSISTS
Pam Bartnik
Pam Bartnik
Jen Greger
Pam Bartnik
Jen Greger
153
135
129
126
123
1993-94
1991-92
1994-95
1992-93
1996-97
POINTS
Jen Greger
Maria Viall
Maria Viall
Traci Edwards
Maria Viall
552
529
507
500
467
1996-97
2003-04
2002-03
2005-06
2001-02
FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 200 ATT.)
Traci Edwards
.599
Maria Viall
.575
Maria Viall
.573
Jill Gutzke
.532
Teresa Teske
.524
2005-06
2001-02
2002-03
1993-94
1991-92
STEALS
Pam Bartnik
Pam Bartnik
Laurie Krajnik
Molly O’Brien
Corrin Von Wald
92
86
83
82
80
1993-94
1992-93
1991-92
2004-05
1998-99
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE
Jessica Wilhite
Jessica Wilhite
Jessica Wilhite
Daryl Schaffeld
Jen Greger
2000-01
2002-03
2001-02
1999-00
1996-97
BLOCKS
Maria Viall
Traci Edwards
Erica Young
Maria Viall
Erica Young
53
49
47
44
35
2003-04
2005-06
1993-94
2001-02
1992-93
93
70
65
64
59
PRE-DIVISION I SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS
Jen Greger scored a school-record 552
points on her way to MCC Player of the
Year honors in 1996-97. She also led
the team with 123 assists, fifth-most in
school history.
94
POINTS
Maureen Pitrof
Jaci Clark
Umenia White
570
507
506
1983-84
1982-83
1986-87
ASSISTS
Jeanne Look
Jeanne Look
Deb Schulman
152
150
135
1986-87
1987-88
1983-84
REBOUNDS
Jaci Clark
Maureen Pitrof
Jaci Clark
334
313
294
1981-82
1983-84
1982-83
STEALS
Jeanne Look
Jeanne Look
Jeanne Look
117
115
99
1986-87
1987-88
1984-85
FIELD GOALS MADE
Maureen Pitrof
Carol Busche
Umenia White
233
220
214
1983-84
1984-85
1986-87
BLOCKS
Camie Nonhof
Camie Nonhof
Karen Schuchardt
55
50
31
1987-88
1988-89
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RECORDS
GAMES
Traci Edwards
31 2005-06
Maria Viall
30 2000-01
Emily Markert
29 2005-06
Four Players
28
(Last: Anne Witte, 2002-03)
REBOUNDS PER GAME
Traci Edwards
Maria Viall
Erica Young
Corrin Von Wald
Stefanie Kaufmann
10.0
5.9
5.9
4.9
4.7
2005-06
2000-01
1990-91
1998-99
1998-99
FREE THROWS MADE
Traci Edwards
Corrin Von Wald
Daryl Schaffeld
Maria Viall
Erica Young
GAMES STARTED
Traci Edwards
Daryl Schaffeld
Teri Stoltenberg
Jen Greger
Jessica Wilhite
30
28
27
27
25
2005-06
1996-97
1997-98
1993-94
1999-00
FIELD GOALS MADE
Traci Edwards
Maria Viall
Daryl Schaffeld
Jessica Wilhite
Corrin Von Wald
182
143
99
96
92
2005-06
2000-01
1996-97
1999-00
1998-99
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 50 att.)
Jessica Wilhite
.833 1999-00
Aubrey Hampton
.808 2003-04
Daryl Schaffeld
.798 1996-97
Erica Young
.797 1990-91
Teri Stoltenberg
.722 1997-98
POINTS
Traci Edwards
Maria Viall
Daryl Schaffeld
Corrin Von Wald
Jessica Wilhite
500
364
338
294
291
2005-06
2000-01
1996-97
1998-99
1999-00
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 100 att.)
Traci Edwards
.599 2005-06
Maria Viall
.497 2000-01
Corrin Von Wald
.458 1998-99
Molly O’Brien
.441 2002-03
Emily Markert
.414 2005-06
ASSISTS
Teri Stoltenberg
Daryl Schaffeld
Traci Edwards
Jen Greger
Anne Witte
POINTS PER GAME
Traci Edwards
Maria Viall
Daryl Schaffeld
Corrin Von Wald
Jessica Wilhite
16.1
12.1
12.1
11.3
10.4
2005-06
2000-01
1996-97
1998-99
1999-00
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE
Daryl Schaffeld
Jessica Wilhite
Kiley Johnson
Teri Stoltenberg
Susan Chitko
57
49
44
41
27
1996-97
1999-00
2003-04
1997-98
1992-93
STEALS
Corrin Von Wald
80 1998-99
Daryl Schaffeld
70 1996-97
Jen Greger
53 1993-94
Three Players
39
(Last: Anne Witte, 2002-03)
REBOUNDS
Traci Edwards
Maria Viall
Erica Young
Stefanie Kaufmann
Corrin Von Wald
311
177
130
128
127
2005-06
2000-01
1990-91
1998-99
1998-99
3-POINT PERCENTAGE (Min. 50 att.)
Emily Markert
.412
Daryl Schaffeld
.401
Malika Willoughby
.393
Teri Stoltenberg
.387
Jessica Wilhite
.371
2005-06
1996-97
2001-02
1997-98
1999-00
BLOCKS
Traci Edwards
Maria Viall
Trina Rathke
Stacy Letarski
Katie Fournier
136
103
83
78
55
104
96
80
73
70
49
32
25
16
13
2005-06
1998-99
1996-97
2000-01
1990-91
1997-98
1996-97
2005-06
1993-94
2002-03
2005-06
2000-01
1994-95
1993-94
2005-06
OTHER CLASS RECORDS
SOPHOMORE
JUNIOR
SENIOR
Games
Meredith Onson, 31
Nichole Drummond, 31
Starts
Points
Points Per Game
Rebounds
Rebounds Per Game
Field Goals
Field Goal Pct.
3-Point Field Goals
3-Point Pct.
Jessica Wilhite, 29
Maria Viall, 467
Maria Viall, 16.7
Maria Viall, 190
Maria Viall, 6.8
Maria Viall, 191
Maria Viall, .575
Jessica Wilhite, 93
Megan Rogers, .404
Free Throws
Free Throw Pct.
Assists
Steals
Blocks
Daryl Schaffeld, 121
Corrin Von Wald, .865
Pam Bartnik, 135
Jen Greger, 66
Maria Viall, 44
Aubrey Hampton/ Allison Klaas, 30
Holly Tamm/Stefanie Kaufmann, 30
Kimberly Becker, 29
Maria Viall, 507
Maria Viall, 18.1
Maria Viall, 289
Maria Viall, 10.3
Maria Viall, 204
Maria Viall, .573
Jessica Wilhite, 65
Amy Wardle, .397
Laurie Krajnik, .397
Maria Viall, 97
Nicole Luchsinger, .832
Pam Bartnik, 126
Pam Bartnik, 86
Maria Viall, 53
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Records By Class
FRESHMAN RECORDS
Nichole Drummond, 31
Jen Greger, 552
Jen Greger, 19.7
Maria Viall, 315
Maria Viall, 10.9
Maria Viall, 199
Maria Viall, .520
Jessica Wilhite, 70
Tracey Freund, .441
Trina Rathke, 139
Nicole Luchsinger, .844
Pam Bartnik, 153
Pam Bartnik, 92
Erica Young, 47
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2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 95
Milwaukee Panthers
Career Records
RECORDS
GAMES PLAYED
Maria Viall
*115
2000-04
Jessica Wilhite
*114
1999-03
Stefanie Kaufmann *113
1998-02
Molly O’Brien
112
2002-06
Kimberly Becker
112
2001-05
* Played every team game of career
GAMES STARTED
Jessica Wilhite
Jen Greger
Daryl Schaffeld
Teri Stoltenberg
Maria Viall
MINUTES PLAYED
Daryl Schaffeld
Jen Greger
Jessica Wilhite
Maria Viall
Pam Bartnik
POINTS
Maria Viall
Jessica Wilhite
Jen Greger
Daryl Schaffeld
Nichole Drummond
REBOUNDS
Maria Viall
Erica Young
Teresa Teske
Niki Flack
Molly O’Brien
FIELD GOALS MADE
Maria Viall
Jessica Wilhite
Jen Greger
Niki Flack
Nichole Drummond
108
102
102
99
96
3,513
3,446
3,410
3,179
3,153
1,867
1,471
1,385
1,310
1,153
971
751
669
631
611
737
492
455
403
401
1999-03
1993-97
1996-00
1997-01
2000-04
1997-00
1993-97
1999-03
2000-04
1990-94
2000-04
1999-03
1993-97
1996-00
2002-06
2000-04
1990-94
1989-92
1989-93
2002-06
2000-04
1999-03
1993-97
1989-93
2002-06
FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 125 MADE)
Traci Edwards
.599
Maria Viall
.542
Jill Gutzke
.495
Teresa Teske
.494
Kelly Lubbers
.483
2005-Pr.
2000-04
1992-96
1989-92
1996-00
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Jessica Wilhite
Daryl Schaffeld
Teri Stoltenberg
Jen Greger
Tracey Freund
1999-03
1996-00
1997-01
1993-97
1987-91
277
224
140
125
121
3-PT FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 70 ATT.)
Amy Wardle
.392
Megan Rogers
.375
Daryl Schaffeld
.373
Teri Stoltenberg
.370
Jessica Wilhite
.356
1995-99
2003-Pr.
1996-00
1997-01
1999-03
POINTS
Jaci Clark
1,830
Umenia White 1,597
Marsha Housley 1,491
Rachel Mickelson 1,152
Camie Nonof
1,087
Darla Wack
1,022
1979-83
1985-89
1979-83
1986-90
1985-89
1981-85
1979-83
1985-89
1979-83
1985-89
1981-85
390
350
315
300
284
2000-04
1993-97
1994-98
1996-00
1997-01
REBOUNDS
Jaci Clark
1,226
Umenia White
996
Marsha Housley 681
Camie Nonof
645
Darla Wack
626
FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 200 ATT.)
Jessica Wilhite
.798
Nicole Luchsinger
.789
Corrin Von Wald
.787
Daryl Schaffeld
.783
Nichole Drummond .757
1999-03
1997-01
1998-00
1996-00
2002-06
FIELD GOALS MADE
Jaci Clark
Umenia White
Marsha Housley
Rachel Mickelson
Camie Nonof
717
662
653
467
463
1979-83
1985-89
1979-83
1896-90
1985-89
ASSISTS
Pam Bartnik
Jen Greger
Teri Stoltenberg
Laurie Krajnik
Jessica Wilhite
469
434
341
341
266
1990-94
1993-97
1997-01
1989-93
1999-03
ASSISTS
Jeanne Look
Tracey Fruend
Darla Wack
Deb Schulman
405
346
316
314
1984-88
1988-91
1981-85
1980-84
STEALS
Pam Bartnik
Laurie Krajnik
Jen Greger
Molly O’Brien
Jessica Wilhite
268
262
240
208
178
1990-94
1989-93
1993-97
2002-06
1999-03
STEALS
Jeanne Look
Deb Schulman
Jaci Clark
Umenia White
Darla Wack
346
257
227
224
223
1984-88
1981-84
1979-83
1985-89
1981-85
BLOCKS
Maria Viall
Trina Rathke
Erica Young
Niki Flack
Apryl Rodman
167
111
107
72
70
2000-04
1994-98
1990-94
1989-93
1993-97
BLOCKS
Camie Nonof
Jaci Clark
Umenia White
Marsha Housley
Lisa Wzalek
136
68
60
52
52
1985-89
1979-83
1985-89
1979-83
1979-83
FREE THROWS MADE
Maria Viall
Jen Greger
Trina Rathke
Daryl Schaffeld
Nicole Luchsinger
Jessica Wilhite (left) made a league-record 277 three’s in her UWM career.
96
PRE-1990 RECORDS
From the program’s inception in
1971 through the transition to
Division I status in 1990 the UWM
women’s basketball program competed at both the NAIA and Division
II levels. Below are all of the Non-Division I records.
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
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2006-07 Women’s Basketball Media Guide
1,867 POINTS
2000-04 • 115 GAMES/16.2 PPG
Year
G
2000-01 30
2001-02 28
2002-03 28
2003-04 29
Total
115
FG
143
191
204
199
737
3PT
0
0
2
1
3
2. JACI CLARK
FT
Pts
78 364
85 467
97 507
130 529
390 1867
PPG
12.1
16.7
18.1
18.2
16.2
1,830 POINTS
FG
141
185
190
201
717
3PT
-----------
3. UMENIA WHITE
FT
Pts
58 377
87 465
101 481
105 507
351 1830
FG
125
214
187
136
662
PPG
13.9
15.5
16.0
16.5
15.6
1,597 POINTS
3PT
----0
0
0
4. MARSHA HOUSLEY
FT
Pts
56 306
78 506
67 441
61 344
273 1597
FG
101
136
177
219
633
PPG
11.3
17.4
15.2
16.4
15.1
1,491 POINTS
3PT
-----------
5. JESSICA WILHITE
FT
Pts
24 226
33 347
68 422
58 496
183 1491
FG
96
162
118
116
492
PPG
8.3
11.6
14.1
16.5
12.7
1,471 POINTS
3PT
49
93
65
70
277
6. JEN GREGER
FT
Pts
50 291
48 465
52 353
60 362
210 1471
PPG
10.4
15.5
12.6
12.9
12.9
1,385 POINTS
FG
60
108
109
178
455
3PT
11
27
28
59
125
7. DARYL SCHAFFELD
FT
Pts
48 179
79 322
86 332
137 552
350 1385
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FG
99
122
78
94
393
PPG
6.6
11.9
13.8
19.7
13.1
1,310 POINTS
3PT
57
56
47
64
224
FT
Pts
83 338
121 421
45 248
51 303
300 1310
PPG
7.0
9.5
13.7
12.3
10.6
1,152 POINTS
Year
G
1986-87 29
1987-88 29
1988-89 29
1989-90 26
Total
113
FG
41
60
170
196
467
3PT
--0
1
0
1
10. NIKI FLACK
FT
Pts
37 119
33 153
73 414
74 466
217 1152
PPG
4.1
5.3
14.3
17.9
10.2
1,121 POINTS
Year
G
1989-90 25
1990-91 27
1991-92 27
1992-93 27
Total
106
FG
60
106
135
162
463
3PT
0
0
1
0
1
11. CAMMIE NONOFF
FT
Pts
17 137
31 243
56 327
90 414
194 1121
PPG
5.5
9.0
12.1
15.3
10.6
1,087 POINTS
Year
G
1985-86 28
1986-87 29
1987-88 29
1988-89 26
Total
112
FG
59
132
128
144
473
3PT
----0
0
0
12. PAM BARTNIK
FT
Pts
40 158
29 293
42 298
50 338
161 1087
PPG
5.6
10.1
10.3
13.0
9.7
1,054 POINTS
Year
G
1990-91 27
1991-92 28
1992-93 26
1993-94 27
Total
108
FG
49
98
93
146
386
3PT
0
8
5
12
25
13. TRACEY FREUND
FT
Pts
34 103
59 263
62 253
102 406
257 1054
PPG
3.8
9.4
9.7
15.0
9.8
1,050 POINTS
1987-91• 105 GAMES/9.8 PPG
1996-00 • 107 GAMES/12.2 PPG
Year
G
1996-97 28
1997-98 27
1998-99 24
1999-00 28
Total
107
9. RACHEL MICKELSON
FT
Pts
34 181
78 276
80 315
79 381
271 1153
1990-94 • 108 GAMES/9.8 PPG
1993-97 • 106 GAMES/13.1 PPG
Year
G
1993-94 27
1994-95 27
1995-96 24
1996-97 28
Total
106
3PT
9
12
21
38
80
1985-89 • 112 GAMES/9.7 PPG
1999-03 • 114 GAMES/12.9 PPG
Year
G
1999-00 28
2000-01 30
2001-02 28
2002-03 28
Total
114
FG
69
93
107
132
401
1989-93 • 106 GAMES/10.6 PPG
1979-83 • 117 GAMES/12.7 PPG
Year
G
1979-80 27
1980-81 30
1981-82 30
1982-83 30
Total
117
Year
G
2002-03 26
2003-04 29
2004-05 23
2005-06 31
Total
109
1986-90 • 113 GAMES/10.2 PPG
1985-89 • 106 GAMES/15.1 PPG
Year
G
1985-86 27
1986-87 29
1987-88 29
1988-89 21
Total
106
1,153 POINTS
2002-06 • 109 GAMES/10.6 PPG
1979-83 • 117 GAMES/15.6 PPG
Year
G
1979-80 27
1980-81 30
1981-82 30
1982-83 30
Total
117
8. NICHOLE DRUMMOND
1,000 Point Scorers
1. MARIA VIALL
RECORDS
Year
G
1987-88 27
1988-89 26
1989-90 26
1990-91 26
Total
105
FG
48
119
129
114
410
3PT
9
29
0
52
90
14. DARLA WACK
FT
Pts
16 121
32 299
53 311
39 319
140 1050
PPG
4.5
11.5
12.0
12.3
10.0
1,022 POINTS
1981-85 • 124 GAMES/8.2 PPG
PPG
12.1
15.6
10.3
10.8
12.2
Year
G
1979-80 30
1980-81 30
1981-82 33
1982-83 31
Total
124
FG
80
58
97
129
364
3PT
-----------
FT
Pts
44 204
34 150
45 329
81 339
204 1022
PPG
6.8
5.0
10.0
10.9
8.2
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT 97
Milwaukee Panthers
Division I Records vs. Opponents
RECORDS
98
TEAM
W
Air Force
Akron
2
Arizona State
0
Auburn
0
Ball State
4
Bowling Green
2
Bradley^
Buffalo
0
Butler
15
C. Connecticut St.
Central Michigan 1
Chicago State
9
Cleveland State 17
Creighton
0
Dayton
1
Denver
1
DePaul
0
Detroit
16
Drake
0
Duke
0
Eastern Illinois
2
Eastern Michigan 2
Evansville
1
Florida Atlantic
1
Florida State
0
Furman
1
Hawaii
0
Hofstra
1
Illinois-Chicago 20
Illinois State
1
Indiana State
1
Iona
0
Iowa
0
Iowa State
1
IPFW
1
Jackson State
1
La Salle
0
Liberty
1
Loyola
22
Marquette
2
Miami (FL)
Miami (OH)
1
Michigan
0
Michigan State
0
Middle Tennessee St. 1
Minnesota
1
Mississippi
0
Missouri
0
UM-Kansas City
2
Montana State
2
Navy
1
L
FIRST (YEAR)
0
1
1
1
2
68-59 (90-91)
65-81 (02-03)
41-68 (93-94)
60-82 (90-91)
77-52 (92-93)
2
11
58-78 (99-00)
46-65 (94-95)
3
61-84 (92-93)
1 75-68 (90-91)
12 75-67 (93-94)
2
69-80 (99-00)
1
70-79 (96-97)
0
48-47 (96-97)
3
62-94 (03-04)
14 68-61 (91-92)
2 83-104 (97-98)
2 34-104 (94-95)
0
71-49 (93-94)
2
64-50 (91-92)
1
60-72 (91-92)
0
66-57 (98-99)
1
70-72 (03-04)
0
87-67 (98-99)
1
85-87 (99-00)
0
57-55 (97-98)
10 63-48 (90-91)
1
64-67 (00-01)
4
62-85 (90-91)
1
68-70 (95-96)
2
51-59 (04-05)
3 76-52 (92-93)
1
87-67 (03-04)
0
79-52 (92-93)
2 55-84 (94-95)
0
65-56 (03-04)
6 52-61 (91-92)
14
75-66 (90-91)
1
3
2
0
0
1
2
5
0
0
66-56 (92-93)
52-93 (90-91)
48-61 (92-93)
69-64 (02-03)
75-57 (97-98)
57-74 (01-02)
47-90 (99-00)
47-51 (90-91)
63-52 (99-00)
75-57 (97-98)
LAST (YEAR)
First Meeting
75-71 (91-92)
65-81 (02-03)
41-68 (93-94)
78-73 (03-04)
69-88 (01-02)
First Meeting
52-81 (00-01)
58-57 (05-06)
First Meeting
90-48 (00-01)
60-66 (02-03)
61-46 (05-06)
66-54 (03-04)
61-59 (97-98)
48-47 (96-97)
79-91 (05-06)
69-55 (05-06)
53-73 (98-99)
63-93 (01-02)
80-58 (93-94)
69-59 (96-97)
81-74 (93-94)
66-57 (98-99)
70-72 (03-04)
87-67 (98-99)
85-87 (99-00)
57-55 (97-98)
71-63 (05-06)
69-63 (01-02)
53-83 (95-96)
68-70 (95-96)
42-82 (05-06)
41-78 (95-96)
65-70 (04-05)
79-52 (92-93)
62-65 (98-99)
65-56 (03-04)
76-56 (05-06)
62-70 (05-06)
First Meeting
45-101 (94-95)
77-86 (95-96)
45-64 (05-06)
69-64 (02-03)
75-57 (97-98)
57-74 (01-02)
64-88 (00-01)
42-63 (92-93)
64-61 (01-02)
75-57 (97-98)
TEAM
W
Nebraska
1
New Hampshire
0
New Mexico
0
North Dakota State
Northeastern Illinois 6
Northern Illinois
6
Northern Iowa
2
Northern Michigan 1
Northwestern
3
Notre Dame
0
Oakland
2
Oklahoma
0
Oklahoma State
1
Oregon State
1
Pepperdine
1
Purdue
0
Sacramento State 0
St. Louis
5
St. Mary’s (CA)
1
St. Francis (IL)
1
San Francisco
1
South Carolina
0
South Dakota State 0
South Florida
SE Missouri State 6
SMU^
Texas-Arlington
0
Toledo
1
Valparaiso
2
Vanderbilt
0
Wagner
1
Weber State
0
Washington
0
Western Illinois
3
Western Michigan 1
Wichita State
1
Wisconsin
1
UW-Green Bay 10
UW-Parkside
3
Wright State
18
Xavier
0
Yale
1
Youngstown St. 11
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
L
2
3
1
FIRST (YEAR)
46-80 (94-95)
59-74 (95-96)
69-72 (95-96)
2
9
4
0
3
1
0
1
0
0
0
2
1
2
1
0
1
1
2
67-66 (90-91)
64-112 (90-91)
64-69 (90-91)
77-65 (05-06)
46-89 (92-93)
50-98 (94-95)
69-64 (04-05)
57-89 (05-06)
84-77 (02-03)
66-64 (99-00)
73-62 (98-99)
59-82 (02-03)
72-85 (92-93)
62-51 (91-92)
62-82 (00-01)
95-63 (90-91)
68-78 (00-01)
63-89 (98-99)
36-58 (04-05)
2
53-65 (91-92)
1
1
2
2
0
1
1
3
1
0
10
21
0
9
3
0
5
43-58 (96-97)
59-96 (90-91)
85-75 (93-94)
64-79 (01-02)
63-49 (97-98)
59-56 (03-04)
75-86 (04-05)
73-78 (90-91)
59-78 (90-91)
74-59 (99-00)
79-99 (90-91)
47-59 (90-91)
78-77 (90-91)
73-55 (90-91)
58-71 (94-95)
67-56 (90-91)
54-84 (90-91)
LAST (YEAR)
51-78 (98-89)
46-59 (03-04)
69-72 (95-96)
First Meeting
68-71 (95-96*)
53-55 (03-04)
50-68 (04-05)
77-65 (05-06)
81-73 (05-06)
50-98 (94-95)
73-71 (05-06)
57-89 (05-06)
84-77 (02-03)
66-64 (99-00)
73-62 (98-99)
60-98 (02-03)
72-85 (92-93)
75-48 (96-97)
67-51 (01-02)
95-63 (90-91)
58-51 (02-03)
63-89 (98-99)
55-70 (05-06)
First Meeting
73-70 (05-06)
First Meeting
43-58 (96-97)
71-58 (91-92)
57-61 (01-02)
51-98 (02-03)
63-49 (97-98)
49-56 (03-04)
75-86 (04-05)
86-66 (96-97)
61-45 (91-92)
74-59 (99-00)
57-72 (05-06)
65-55 (05-06)
79-70 (92-93)
67-69 (05-06)
63-64 (98-99)
67-56 (90-91)
67-44 (05-06)
2006-07 Opponents in BOLD
^ Possible Opponent
Series records since Milwaukee’s first year as Division I
(1990-91)
Milwaukee score listed first
* Northeastern Illinois no longer fields athletics
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W
0
0
L
3
3
ATLANTIC COAST
Duke
Florida State
UWM vs. ACC
W
0
0
0
L
2
1
3
ATLANTIC 10
Dayton
LaSalle
St. Louis
Xavier
UWM vs. A-10
W
1
0
5
0
6
L
1
2
2
3
8
BIG EAST
DePaul
Marquette
Notre Dame
UWM vs. Big East
W
L
0 3
2 14
0 1
2 18
BIG SKY
Montana State
Sacramento State
Weber State
UWM vs. Big Sky
W
2
0
0
2
L
0
1
1
2
BIG SOUTH
Liberty
UWM vs. Big South
W
1
1
L
0
0
BIG TEN
Iowa
Michigan
Michigan State
Minnesota
Northwestern
Purdue
Wisconsin
UWM vs. Big Ten
W
L
0 2
0 3
0 2
1 0
3 3
0 2
1 11
5 23
BIG XII
Iowa State
Missouri
Nebraska
Oklahoma
Oklahoma State
UWM vs. Big XII
W
1
0
1
0
1
3
L
3
2
2
1
0
8
COLONIAL ATHLETIC
Hofstra
UWM vs. CAA
W
1
1
L
0
0
HORIZON LEAGUE
Butler
Cleveland State
Detroit
W
L
15 11
17 12
16 14
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Illinois-Chicago
20 10
Loyola
22 6
UW-Green Bay
10 21
Wright State
18 9
Youngstown State 11 5
UWM vs. Horizon
129 88
D-I INDEPENDENT
W
Chicago State
9
IPFW
1
South Dakota State 0
UWM vs. D-I Ind.
10
L
1
1
2
4
IVY LEAGUE
Yale
UWM vs. Ivy
L
0
0
W
1
1
MID-AMERICAN
Akron
Ball State
Bowling Green
Buffalo
Central Michigan
Eastern Michigan
Miami (OH)
Northern Illinois
Toledo
Western Michigan
UWM vs. MAC
W
L
2 0
4 1
2 2
0 2
1 3
2 2
1 1
6 9
1 1
1 1
20 22
MID-CONTINENT
UM-Kansas City
Oakland
Valparaiso
Western Illinois
UWM vs. Mid-Con
W
L
2 5
2 0
2 2
3 3
9 10
MISSOURI VALLEY
Creighton
Drake
Evansville
Illinois State
Indiana State
Northern Iowa
Wichita State
UWM vs. MVC
W
L
0 2
0 2
1 1
1 1
1 4
2 4
1 0
6 14
METRO-ATLANTIC ATHLETIC W
Iona
0
UWM vs. MAAC
0
L
1
1
MOUNTAIN WEST
New Mexico
UWM vs. MWC
W
0
0
L
1
1
NORTHEAST
Wagner
UWM vs. NEC
W
1
1
L
0
0
OHIO VALLEY
Eastern Illinois
SE Missouri State
UWM vs. OVC
W
2
6
8
L
0
2
2
PACIFIC 10
Arizona State
Oregon State
Washington
UWM vs. Pac-10
W
0
1
0
1
PATRIOT LEAGUE
Navy
UWM vs. Patriot
SUN BELT
Denver
Florida Atlantic
Middle Tennessee St.
UWM vs. Sun Belt
W
1
1
1
3
L
0
0
0
0
L
1
0
1
2
WESTERN ATHLETIC
Hawaii
UWM vs. WAC
W
0
0
L
1
1
W
1
1
L
0
0
WEST COAST
Pepperdine
St. Mary’s (CA)
San Francisco
UWM vs. WCC
W
1
1
1
3
L
0
1
1
2
SOUTHEASTERN
Auburn
Mississippi
South Carolina
Vanderbilt
UWM vs. SEC
W
0
0
0
0
0
L
1
1
1
2
5
DIVISION II
Northern Michigan
UW-Parkside
UWM vs. DII
W
1
3
4
L
0
0
0
SOUTHERN
Furman
UWM vs. SoCon
W
1
1
L
0
0
NAIA
St. Francis (IL)
UWM vs. NAIA
W
1
1
L
0
0
SOUTHLAND
Texas-Arlington
UWM vs. Southland
W
0
0
L
1
1
DEFUNCT TEAMS*
W
Northeastern Illinois 6
UWM vs. Defunct
6
L
2
2
SOUTHWEST ATHLETIC
Jackson State
UWM vs. SWAC
W
1
1
L
0
0
Division I Records vs. Conferences
AMERICA EAST
New Hampshire
UWM vs. A-East
RECORDS
Series records since UWM’s first
year as Division I (1990-91)
* Northeastern Illinois no
longer fields athletics
MILWAUKEE VS. RANKED OPPONENTS
DATE
3/18/06
11/30/05
11/11/05
12/28/04
11/23/04
11/25/03
2/22/03
1/18/03
11/22/02
3/17/02
12/10/02
11/30/01
11/21/98
12/13/97
12/11/01
11/17/98
11/25/97
11/24/96
12/30/93
POLLS
16 16
14 14
25 25
18 19
19 20
8 11
21 21
16 17
7 7
3 5
9 9
4 3
23
13 13
15 19
23 23
23 23
23 20
18 19
OPPONENT
vs. Michigan State (NCAA)
DePaul
@ Oklahoma
Iowa
@ DePaul
@ Purdue
@ UW-Green Bay
UW-Green Bay
Purdue
@ Duke (NCAA)
@ Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt
@ Nebraska
Nebraska
@ Wisconsin
@ Wisconsin
@ Wisconsin
@ Wisconsin
@ Auburn
W/L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
SCORE
65-46
91-79
89-57
59-51
89-67
98-60
75-50
61-60
82-59
96-63
98-51
79-64
78-51
88-76
80-61
71-66
72-70
95-63
68-41
Rankings listed Associated Press Poll first,
then ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll
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Milwaukee Panthers
All-Time Records vs. Opponents
RECORDS
100
TEAM
Akron
Alaska-Fairbanks
Aquinas (MI)
Arizona State
Auburn
Ball State
Bemidji State
Bowling Green
Bradley
Buffalo
Butler
Calvin (MI)
Carroll (WI)
Carson-Newman
Carthage
Central Michigan
Chicago State
Cleveland State
Columbia
Concordia (Wis.)
Concordia (Ill.)
Creighton
Culver Stockton
Dayton
Denver
DePaul
Detroit
Drake
Duke
Eastern Illinois
Eastern Michigan
Evansville
Ferris State
Florida Atlantic
Florida State
Franklin College
Furman
Grand Valley State
Hawaii
Hofstra
Illinois-Chicago
Illinois State
Indiana Inst. of Tech.
IPFW
IUPUI
Indiana State
Indianapolis
Iona
W
2
1
0
0
0
4
4
2
1
0
15
1
12
0
10
2
13
17
1
9
0
0
3
1
1
0
16
0
0
2
2
2
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
22
1
1
2
1
1
1
0
L
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
2
0
2
11
0
5
1
12
3
2
12
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
3
15
2
2
3
2
1
0
0
1
1
0
2
1
0
10
3
0
1
1
4
0
1
TEAM
Iowa
Iowa State
Jackson State
Judson
Kalamazoo
Lake Michigan
Lake Superior State
Lakeland
La Salle
Lewis
Liberty
Lincoln (MO)
Loras
Loyola
Mankato State
Marian
Marquette
Marycrest
Miami (Ohio)
Michigan
Michigan State
Middle Tennessee St.
Minnesota
Minnesota-Duluth
Mississippi
Missouri
Missouri-Kansas City
Montana State
Nat’l Coll. of Education
Navy
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Mexico
North Park
Northeastern Illinois
Northern Illinois
Northern Iowa
Northern Michigan
Northland
Northwestern
Northwood Institute
Notre Dame
Oakland
Oklahoma
Oklahoma State
Oregon State
Pepperdine
Portland
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
W
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
7
0
6
1
1
2
24
2
2
19
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
2
2
9
1
1
0
0
1
15
6
2
7
1
3
1
0
2
0
1
1
1
0
L
2
3
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
5
0
0
2
8
1
0
20
0
1
3
2
0
0
3
1
2
6
0
0
0
2
3
1
0
3
10
7
5
0
3
0
1
5
1
0
0
0
1
TEAM
Purdue
Purdue-Calumet
Quincy
Sacramento State
Saginaw Valley State
San Francisco
St. Ambrose
St. Cloud State
St. Francis (IL)
St. Joseph’s (MO)
St. Louis
St. Mary’s (MN)
St. Mary’s (CA)
St. Norbert
SIU-Edwardsville
South Carolina
South Dakota
South Dakota State
Southeast Missouri State
Southwest Texas
Texas-Arlington
Toledo
Valparaiso
Vanderbilt
Wagner
Weber State
Western Illinois
Western Michigan
Westmar
Wichita State
Winona State
Wisconsin
UW-Eau Claire
UW-Green Bay
UW-La Crosse
UW-Oshkosh
UW-Parkside
UW-Platteville
UW-River Falls
UW-Stevens Point
UW-Stout
UW-Superior
UW-Whitewater
Wright State
Xavier
Yale
Youngstown State
W
0
6
3
0
1
1
2
0
10
1
5
1
1
6
5
0
0
1
6
1
0
1
5
0
1
0
3
1
0
1
3
3
10
17
6
4
24
4
4
7
3
4
8
18
0
1
11
L
2
0
1
1
5
1
3
3
2
0
1
0
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
0
1
1
2
2
0
1
3
1
2
0
0
16
6
40
11
16
2
6
2
9
0
0
14
9
3
0
5
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1/12/95
75-71
68-59
ARIZONA STATE • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Arizona State: 0-1
11/30/02 Arizona State
L
81-65
AUBURN • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Auburn: 0-0
12/30/93 Auburn
L
68-41
BALL STATE • 4-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-1/2-0/1-0
Sandy Botham vs. Ball State: 3-0
11/22/03 Chicago, Ill.
W
12/9/98 Ball State
W
12/7/97 Milwaukee
W
1/11/92 Ball State
W
1/12/91 Milwaukee
L
78-73
87-76
76-64
86-63
82-60
BOWLING GREEN • 2-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-1/1-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Bowling Green: 2-0
12/8/01 Bowling Green
W 77-52
12/28/00 Milwaukee
W 68-48
12/23/93 Milwaukee
L
83-62
12/7/92 Bowling Green
L
88-69
BUFFALO • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Buffalo: 0-2
12/2/00 Buffalo
L
11/24/99 Milwaukee
L
81-52
78-58
BUTLER • 15-10 (0-1)
Home/Away/Neutral: 9-4/6-7/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Butler: 15-7
3/5/06
Milwaukee
W
2/11/06 Butler
W
12/31/05 Milwaukee (OT)
L
1/22/05 Milwaukee
W
1/3/05
Butler
W
1/24/04 Butler
L
1/8/04
Milwaukee
W
3/1/03
Milwaukee
W
1/25/03 Butler
W
1/23/02 Milwaukee
W
1/12/02 Butler
W
3/1/01
Butler
W
2/3/01
Milwaukee
W
3/2/00
Milwaukee
W
2/5/00
Butler
L
2/6/99
Milwaukee
W
1/7/99
Butler
L
2/7/98
Butler
L
1/8/98
Milwaukee
W
2/6/97
Butler (2OT)
W
1/11/97 Milwaukee
L
2/8/96
Milwaukee
L
1/13/96 Butler
L
2/26/95 Butler
L
58-57
74-62
80-79
66-61
76-49
67-61
64-59
68-55
70-62
70-39
79-47
67-62
80-61
71-57
82-74
78-63
87-69
75-59
61-59
92-91
61-44
87-69
97-67
81-48
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Milwaukee
L
65-46
CENTRAL MICHIGAN • 1-3 (1-0)
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-1/0-2/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Central Michigan: 1-1
12/17/00 Milwaukee
W 90-48
1/4/00
Central Michigan
L
70-67
11/23/91 Central Michigan
L
73-56
12/8/92 Milwaukee
L
84-61
CHICAGO STATE • 9-1 (4-1)
Home/Away/Neutral: 4-1/5-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Chicago State: 3-1
1/29/03 Milwaukee
L
12/31/01 Chicago St.
W
12/14/00 Milwaukee
W
1/25/00 Chicago St.
W
2/27/93 Chicago St.
W
1/27/93 Milwaukee
W
2/8/92
Milwaukee
W
1/25/92 Chicago St.
W
3/2/91
Chicago St.
W
1/26/91 Milwaukee
W
66-60
71-50
58-52
86-59
76-58
65-53
70-61
68-65
75-68
66-58
CLEVELAND STATE• 17-12
Home/Away/Neutral: 9-4/7-6/1-2
Sandy Botham vs. Cleveland State: 15-9
1/28/06 Milwaukee
W 61-46
1/14/06 Cleveland St.
W 68-53
2/12/05 Cleveland St.
W 69-61
1/13/05 Milwaukee
W 71-66
2/14/04 Milwaukee
W 52-51
1/15/04 Cleveland St.
L
59-57
3/6/03
Green Bay, Wis.
L
83-69
2/8/03
Cleveland St.
W 88-81
1/4/03
Milwaukee
W 89-73
2/14/02 Cleveland St.
W 65-61
1/17/02 Milwaukee
W 80-67
2/10/01 Cleveland St.
W 83-75
1/11/01 Milwaukee
W 80-66
3/9/00
Detroit, Mich.
L
73-68
2/12/00 Milwaukee
W 87-66
1/13/00 Cleveland St.
W 70-69
3/4/99
Cleveland St.
L
74-61
2/13/99 Cleveland St.
L
85-80
1/14/99 Milwaukee
L
74-69
2/14/98 Milwaukee
L
68-63
1/15/98 Cleveland St.
L
79-68
3/6/97
Green Bay, Wis.
W 79-61
2/13/97 Milwaukee
W 68-65
1/18/97 Cleveland St.
L
83-78
2/17/96 Cleveland St. (OT)
W 101-99
1/20/96 Milwaukee
L
82-64
2/4/95
Milwaukee
L
83-70
2/3/94
Cleveland St.
L
85-75
1/2/94
Milwaukee
W 75-67
CREIGHTON • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Creighton: 0-2
12/8/03 Creighton
L
12/19/99 Milwaukee
L
66-54
80-69
DAYTON • 1-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Dayton: 1-1
12/21/97 Milwaukee
W
12/21/96 Dayton
L
61-59
79-70
DENVER • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/1-0
Sandy Botham vs. Denver: 1-0
12/7/96 Albuquerque, NM W
48-47
DePAUL • 0-3
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-2/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. DePaul: 0-3
11/30/05 Milwaukee
L
11/23/04 DePaul
L
11/21/03 DePaul
L
91-79
89-67
94-62
Series Histories
AKRON • 2-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Akron: 0-0
1/8/92
Milwaukee
W
1/5/91
Akron
W
RECORDS
DETROIT • 16-14 (0-1)
Home/Away/Neutral: 10-6/6-6/0-2
Sandy Botham vs. Detroit: 14-8
2/16/06 Milwaukee
W 69-55
12/29/05 Detroit
W 74-56
3/3/05
Milwaukee
L
59-49
2/5/05
Milwaukee
W 60-46
1/17/05 Detroit (OT)
W 74-73
3/7/04
Milwaukee
L
64-59
2/7/04
Detroit
W 53-50
1/29/04 Milwaukee
W 49-47
2/6/03
Detroit
W 76-61
1/2/03
Milwaukee
L
66-57
2/16/02 Detroit
W 73-71
1/19/02 Milwaukee
W 102-71
2/8/01
Detroit
L
84-79
1/13/01 Milwaukee
W 86-80
2/10/00 Milwaukee
W 75-68
1/15/00 Detroit
L
71-68
2/11/99 Detroit
L
65-60
1/16/99 Milwaukee
W 53-48
3/5/98
Indianapolis, Ind.
L
80-72
2/12/98 Milwaukee
L
78-66
1/17/98 Detroit
W 69-64
3/7/97
Green Bay, Wis.
L
98-63
2/20/97 Detroit
L
94-65
1/23/97 Milwaukee
W 72-69
2/21/96 Milwaukee
L
90-64
1/25/96 Detroit
L
91-62
1/26/95 Milwaukee
L
67-46
2/28/94 Milwaukee
W 53-52
12/2/92 Detroit
L
70-45
12/2/91 Milwaukee
W 68-61
DRAKE • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Drake: 0-2
12/20/98 Milwaukee
L
73-53
12/4/97 Drake
L 104-83
DUKE • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-2/0-0
Sandy Botham vs Duke: 0-1
3/17/02 Duke
L
96-63
12/3/94 Duke
L 104-34
Pre-Division I era record in parenthesis
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Series Histories
RECORDS
EASTERN ILLINOIS • 2-0 (0-3)
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Eastern Illinois: 0-0
2/12/94 Milwaukee
W 80-58
1/8/94
Eastern Illinois
W 71-49
EASTERN MICHIGAN • 2-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 2-0/0-2/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Eastern Michigan: 0-1
12/30/96 Milwaukee
W 69-59
12/9/95 Eastern Michigan
L
76-71
12/1/92 Eastern Michigan
L
78-76
12/21/91 Milwaukee
W 64-50
EVANSVILLE • 1-1 (1-0)
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Evansville: 0-0
12/4/93 Milwaukee
W
1/14/92 Evansville
L
81-74
72-60
FLORIDA ATLANTIC • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Florida Atlantic: 1-0
12/29/98 Florida Atlantic
W 66-57
FLORIDA STATE • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Florida State: 0-1
11/29/03 Florida State
L
72-70
FURMAN• 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/1-0
Sandy Botham vs. Furman: 1-0
11/28/98 Ft. Collins, Colo.
W
HAWAII • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Hawaii: 0-1
12/10/99 Hawaii
L
HOFSTRA • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. Hofstra: 1-0
12/28/97 Staten Island N.Y.
W
Illinois-Chicago
Illinois-Chicago
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
Illinois-Chicago
Milwaukee
Illinois-Chicago
Illinois-Chicago
Milwaukee
Illinois-Chicago
Milwaukee
Illinois-Chicago
W 57-48
W 57-53
W 66-53
W 70-53
L
53-51
L 117-52
L
55-53
L
66-52
L
66-52
W 66-48
L
80-76
W 63-48
ILLINOIS STATE • 1-1 (0-2)
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Illinois State: 1-1
11/19/01 Milwaukee
W 69-63
11/19/00 Illinois St.
L
67-64
INDIANA STATE • 1-4
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-1/0-3/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Indiana State: 0-0
12/2/95 Indiana State
L
1/21/93 Indiana State
L
11/27/93 Milwaukee
W
12/7/91 Milwaukee
L
12/10/90 Indiana State
L
85-62
59-56
74-71
69-67
83-53
IPFW • 1-1 (1-0)
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. IPFW: 1-1
2/10/05 IPFW
L
2/12/04 Milwaukee
W
70-65
87-67
IONA • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Iona: 0-0
12/29/95 Milwaukee
L
70-68
87-67
87-85
57-55
ILLINOIS-CHICAGO • 20-10 (2-0)
Home/Away/Neutral: 12-4/8-6/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Illinois-Chicago: 18-5
3/6/06
Milwaukee
W 71-63
2/23/06 Illinois-Chicago
W 65-58
1/21/06 Milwaukee
L
55-54
2/17/05 Milwaukee
W 76-68
1/17/05 Illinois-Chicago
L
64-55
3/4/04
Milwaukee
W 72-59
2/19/04 Illinois-Chicago
W 73-64
1/3/04
Milwaukee
W 74-58
2/12/03 Milwaukee
W 61-49
1/9/03
Illinois-Chicago
L
84-73
2/28/02 Milwaukee
L
75-67
1/31/02 Illinois-Chicago
W 75-66
1/5/02
Milwaukee
W 67-62
2/24/01 Milwaukee
W 71-61
1/25/01 Illinois-Chicago
W 55-51
2/26/00 Illinois-Chicago
L
63-45
1/31/00 Milwaukee
W 62-54
2/27/99 Milwaukee
W 73-60
102
1/28/99
2/28/98
1/4/98
2/27/97
1/2/97
2/29/96
1/4/96
2/21/95
1/14/95
2/20/94
1/15/94
1/16/91
IOWA • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Iowa: 0-2
11/20/05 Iowa
L
12/28/04 Milwaukee
L
82-42
59-51
IOWA STATE • 1-3
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-1/0-2/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Iowa State: 0-0
12/17/95 Milwaukee
L
12/30/94 Iowa State
L
12/11/93 Iowa State
L
12/19/92 Milwaukee
W
78-41
77-42
56-50
76-51
JACKSON STATE • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Jackson State: 0-0
12/29/92 Milwaukee
W 79-52
LaSALLE • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-0/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. LaSalle: 0-1
11/27/98 Ft. Collins, Colo.
L
2/2/95
Milwaukee
L
65-62
84-55
LIBERTY • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/1-0
Sandy Botham vs. Liberty: 1-0
11/30/03 Tallahassee, Fla.
W
65-56
LOYOLA • 22-6 (2-2)
Home/Away/Neutral: 14-0/8-5/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. Loyola: 19-3
3/2/06
Milwaukee
W
2/25/06 Loyola
W
2/9/06
Milwaukee
W
2/19/05 Milwaukee
W
1/8/05
Loyola
W
2/21/04 Loyola
L
1/10/04 Milwaukee
W
2/1/03
Milwaukee
W
12/30/02 Loyola
L
2/4/02
Loyola
W
1/3/02
Milwaukee
W
3/9/01
Chicago, Ill.
W
2/21/01 Milwaukee
W
1/27/01 Loyola
W
2/24/00 Loyola
W
1/29/00 Milwaukee
W
2/25/99 Milwaukee
W
1/30/99 Loyola
W
2/26/98 Loyola
L
1/31/98 Milwaukee
W
2/22/97 Loyola
W
1/25/97 Milwaukee
W
2/24/96 Milwaukee
W
1/27/96 Loyola
L
2/18/95 Milwaukee
W
1/19/95 Loyola
L
2/10/93 Milwaukee
W
2/17/92 Loyola
L
76-56
78-66
67-58
73-62
72-62
79-62
83-78
68-56
66-57
74-49
90-61
80-49
82-68
70-55
75-72
97-77
73-60
70-63
73-69
68-55
70-53
61-58
67-59
74-69
75-59
71-50
88-77
61-52
MARQUETTE • 2-14 (17-6)
Home/Away/Neutral: 2-5/0-9/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Marquette: 0-10
12/18/05 Marquette
L
11/20/04 Marquette
L
1/6/04
Milwaukee
L
11/26/02 Marquette
L
11/27/01 Milwaukee
L
11/21/00 Marquette
L
12/1/99 Milwaukee
L
2/17/99 Marquette
L
11/18/97 Milwaukee
L
12/3/96 Marquette
L
1/30/96 Milwaukee
W
1/16/95 Marquette
L
1/17/94 Milwaukee
L
1/14/93 Marquette
L
2/4/92
Marquette
L
12/6/90 Milwaukee
W
70-62
74-66
58-55
73-53
65-63
59-43
70-51
74-48
66-64
79-58
73-66
86-46
85-77
73-60
90-74
75-66
MIAMI (OH) • 1-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Miami (OH): 0-0
11/28/94 Miami (OH)
L 101-45
1/2/93
Milwaukee
W 66-56
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12/28/95 Milwaukee
86-77
81-67
93-52
MICHIGAN STATE • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-0/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. Michigan State: 0-1
3/18/06 Chicago, Ill.
L
65-46
12/12/92 Milwaukee
L
61-48
MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/1-0
Sandy Botham vs. Middle Tennessee St.: 1-0
12/8/02 Manhattan, Kan.
W 69-64
MINNESOTA • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Minnesota: 1-0
11/29/97 Minnesota
W 75-57
MISSISSIPPI • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. Mississippi: 0-1
11/24/01 Bozeman, Mt.
L
74-57
MISSOURI • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Missouri: 0-2
12/30/00 Milwaukee
L
12/30/99 Missouri
L
88-64
90-47
MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY • 2-5 (0-1)
Home/Away/Neutral: 2-0/0-5/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Missouri-Kansas City: 0-0
3/5/93
UMKC
L
63-42
2/18/93 Milwaukee
W 57-45
1/30/92 Milwaukee
W 70-64
2/22/92 UMKC
L
58-41
2/16/91 UMKC
L
67-42
2/7/91
UMKC
L
51-47
MONTANA STATE • 2-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Montana State: 2-0
11/25/01 Montana State
W 64-61
12/5/99 Milwaukee
W 63-52
NAVY • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/1-0
Sandy Botham vs. Navy: 1-0
11/30/97 Minneapolis, Minn. W
NEBRASKA • 1-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/1-0/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. Nebraska: 1-1
11/21/98 Nebraska
L
12/13/97 Milwaukee
W
12/4/94 Durham, N.C.
L
75-57
78-51
88-76
80-46
NEW HAMPSHIRE • 0-3
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-2/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. New Hampshire: 0-2
12/11/03 New Hampshire
L
59-46
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L
71-69
74-59
NEW MEXICO • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. New Mexico: 0-0
1/2/96
Milwaukee
L
72-69
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS • 6-2 (9-1)
Home/Away/Neutral: 3-0/3-2/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Northeastern Illinois: 0-0
12/15/95 NE Illinois
L
71-68
12/18/93 NE Illinois
L
57-54
1/19/93 Milwaukee
W 76-69
2/13/93 NE Illinois
W 61-38
1/22/92 NE Illinois
W 73-61
2/25/92 Milwaukee
W 80-54
1/22/91 Milwaukee
W 104-57
2/19/91 NE Illinois
W 67-66
NORTHERN ILLINOIS • 6-9 (0-1)
Home/Away/Neutral: 4-3/2-6/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Northern Illinois: 5-2
12/6/03 Northern Illinois
L
55-53
12/4/02 Milwaukee
W 69-64
11/16/01 Northern Illinois
W 60-52
12/5/00 Milwaukee
W 58-52
11/28/99 Northern Illinois
W 62-57
3/1/97
Milwaukee
W 73-68
1/4/97
Northern Illinois
L
80-63
3/2/96
Northern Illinois
L 117-52
1/6/96
Milwaukee
W 72-69
2/16/95 Milwaukee
L
72-49
1/21/95 Northern Illinois
L
80-53
2/27/94 Milwaukee
L
77-68
1/22/94 Northern Illinois
L
95-75
2/11/92 Milwaukee
L
83-76
2/5/91
Northern Illinois
L 112-64
NORTHERN IOWA • 2-4 (0-3)
Home/Away/Neutral: 2-1/0-3/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Northern Iowa: 1-2
12/2/04 Northern Iowa
L
68-50
12/1/03 Milwaukee
W 67-40
12/14/96 Milwaukee
L
86-66
12/28/94 Northern Iowa
L
67-47
11/26/91 Milwaukee
W 78-66
11/24/90 Northern Iowa
L
69-64
NORTHWESTERN • 3-3
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-2/2-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Northwestern: 3-1
1/18/06 Northwestern
W
12/12/04 Milwaukee
W
11/21/99 Northwestern
W
1/1/99
Milwaukee
L
11/25/94 Milwaukee
L
1/12/93 Northwestern
L
81-73
74-60
65-54
78-58
64-55
89-46
NOTRE DAME • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Notre Dame: 0-0
1/28/95 Notre Dame
L
98-50
OAKLAND • 2-0 (0-5)
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Oakland: 2-0
11/18/05 Milwaukee (OT)
W
12/5/04 Oakland
W
73-71
69-64
OKLAHOMA • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Oklahoma: 0-1
11/11/05 Oklahoma
L
89-57
Series Histories
MICHIGAN • 0-3
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-2/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Michigan: 0-0
11/24/95 Milwaukee
L
12/10/94 Michigan
L
12/28/90 Michigan
L
RECORDS
OKLAHOMA STATE • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/1-0
Sandy Botham vs. Oklahoma State: 1-0
11/29/02 Tempe, Ariz.
W 84-77
OREGON STATE • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Oregon State: 1-0
12/12/99 Oregon State
W 66-64
PEPPERDINE • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Pepperdine: 1-0
12/12/98 Milwaukee
W 73-62
PURDUE • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Purdue: 0-2
11/25/03 Purdue
L
11/22/02 Milwaukee
L
98-60
82-59
SACRAMENTO STATE • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Sacramento State: 0-0
3/6/93
Milwaukee
L
85-72
ST. LOUIS • 5-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 4-0/1-2/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. St. Louis: 1-0
1/6/97
Milwaukee
W
11/27/95 St. Louis
L
1/9/95
St. Louis
L
1/23/95 Milwaukee
W
1/5/93
St. Louis
W
1/31/93 Milwaukee
W
3/5/92
Milwaukee
W
75-48
69-65
69-68
72-48
76-63
72-61
62-51
ST. MARY’S (CA) • 1-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. St. Mary’s: 1-1
12/28/01 St. Mary’s
W
1/3/01
Milwaukee
L
67-51
82-62
ST. FRANCIS (IL) • 1-0 (9-2)
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. St. Francis: 0-0
1/31/91 Milwaukee
W
95-63
SAN FRANCISCO • 1-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. San Francisco: 1-1
12/28/02 Milwaukee
W 58-51
1/5/01
San Francisco
L
78-68
Pre-Division I era record in parenthesis
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RECORDS
SOUTH CAROLINA • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. South Carolina: 0-1
12/28/98 Ft. Collins, Colo.
L
89-63
SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 0-1 • (1-0)
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. South Dakota State: 0-1
1/15/05 Milwaukee
L
58-36
SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE • 6-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 3-1/3-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. SE Missouri State: 4-0
12/2/05 Milwaukee
W 73-70
11/25/05 SE Missouri St. (2OT) W 90-87
11/15/97 SE Missouri St.
W 71-56
11/29/96 Milwaukee
W 55-47
12/5/92 Milwaukee
W 73-60
1/7/93
SE Missouri St.
W 56-54
1/16/92 SE Missouri St.
L
85-74
11/30/91 Milwaukee
L
65-53
TEXAS-ARLINGTON • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. Texas-Arlington: 0-1
12/6/96 Albuquerque, NM
L
58-43
TOLEDO • 1-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Toledo: 0-0
1/2/92
Milwaukee
W
1/28/91 Toledo
L
VALPARAISO • 2-2 (3-0)
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-1/1-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Valparaiso: 2-2
12/05/01 Valparaiso
L
1/19/00 Milwaukee
L
2/17/94 Valparaiso
W
1/13/94 Milwaukee
W
71-58
96-59
61-57
95-84
96-94
85-75
VANDERBILT • 0-2
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Vanderbilt: 0-2
12/10/02 Vanderbilt
L
98-51
11/30/01 Milwaukee
L
79-64
WAGNER • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Wagner: 1-0
12/29/97 Staten Island, NY
W
63-49
WASHINGTON • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Washington: 0-1
11/26/04 Washington
L
86-75
WEBER STATE • 0-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/0-0/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. Weber State: 0-1
12/7/03 Manhattan, Kan.
L
56-49
WESTERN ILLINOIS • 3-3
Home/Away/Neutral: 2-0/1-2/0-1
Sandy Botham vs. Western Illinois: 1-0
12/10/96 Western Illinois
W 86-66
3/10/94 Green Bay, Wis.
L
72-58
2/24/94 Milwaukee
W 64-57
104
1/20/94 Western Illinois
12/14/91 Milwaukee
12/14/90 Western Illinois
L
W
L
85-72
81-71
78-73
WESTERN MICHIGAN • 1-1
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-1/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Western Michigan: 0-0
1/4/92
Milwaukee
W 61-45
2/23/91 Western Michigan L
78-59
WICHITA STATE • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Wichita State: 1-0
12/11/99 Wichita State
W 74-59
WISCONSIN • 1-10 (2-6)
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-2/1-8/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Wisconsin: 0-7
12/14/06 Milwaukee
L
72-57
12/8/04 Wisconsin
L
75-66
12/22/03 Wisconsin
L
54-49
12/11/01 Wisconsin
L
80-61
1/16/01 Milwaukee
L
60-59
11/17/98 Wisconsin
L
71-66
11/25/97 Milwaukee
L
72-70
11/24/96 Wisconsin
L
95-63
12/9/93 Wisconsin
L 108-58
12/15/92 Wisconsin
W 78-77
12/10/91 Wisconsin
L
90-68
12/1/90 Wisconsin
L
99-76
UW-GREEN BAY • 10-21 (8-18)
Home/Away/Neutral: 6-8/3-13/1-0
Sandy Botham vs. UW-Green Bay: 9-12
2/13/06 Milwaukee
W 65-55
2/4/06
Green Bay
W 69-67
2/24/05 Green Bay
L
65-53
12/28/04 Milwaukee
L
63-46
2/23/04 Milwaukee
W 71-69
1/26/04 Green Bay
L
72-52
2/22/03 Green Bay
L
75-50
1/18/03 Milwaukee
L
61-60
2/23/02 Milwaukee
L
88-66
1/26/02 Green Bay
L
83-75
3/10/01 Chicago, Ill.
W 77-62
2/17/01 Milwaukee
W 72-66
1/20/01 Green Bay
L
67-63
2/19/00 Green Bay
L
75-64
1/22/00 Milwaukee
W 79-72
2/20/99 Milwaukee
L
73-54
1/23/99 Green Bay
L
95-87
2/21/98 Green Bay
W 58-41
1/24/98 Milwaukee
L
72-47
2/1/97
Green Bay
W 58-54
1/8/97
Milwaukee
W 55-54
2/3/96
Milwaukee
L
70-47
1/10/96 Green Bay
L
64-49
3/5/95
Green Bay
L
91-52
3/1/95
Green Bay
L
80-47
1/7/95
Milwaukee
L
85-34
3/5/94
Milwaukee
L
73-69
1/29/94 Green Bay
L
76-46
12/11/92 Green Bay
L
71-70
1/28/92 Milwaukee
W 74-66
1/14/91 Green Bay
L
59-47
Pre-Division I era record in parenthesis
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UW-PARKSIDE• 3-0 (21-2)
Home/Away/Neutral: 2-0/1-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. UW-Parkside: 0-0
2/9/93
Milwaukee
W 78-67
2/15/92 Parkside
W 79-70
2/9/91
Milwaukee
W 78-77
WRIGHT STATE • 18-9
Home/Away/Neutral: 10-2/8-7/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Wright State: 17-4
1/26/06 Wright State
L
1/5/06
Milwaukee
W
2/3/05
Wright State
W
1/20/05 Milwaukee
W
2/5/04
Milwaukee
W
1/22/04 Wright State
W
2/27/03 Milwaukee
W
1/23/03 Wright State
W
2/7/02
Milwaukee
W
1/10/02 Wright State
W
3/8/01
Wright State
W
3/4/01
Wright State
W
2/1/01
Milwaukee
W
3/4/00
Milwaukee
W
2/3/00
Wright State
W
2/4/99
Milwaukee
W
1/9/99
Wright State
L
2/5/98
Wright State
L
1/10/98 Milwaukee
W
2/8/97
Wright State
L
1/13/97 Milwaukee
W
2/10/96 Milwaukee
L
1/15/96 Wright State
L
2/10/95 Wright State
L
2/10/94 Milwaukee
L
1/6/94
Wright State
L
2/2/91
Wright State
W
69-67
64-61
57-53
69-58
61-47
69-61
83-75
76-65
65-47
70-52
58-34
74-52
72-59
75-68
71-65
56-41
66-50
56-42
68-60
60-44
81-56
60-47
63-62
69-35
93-91
60-53
73-55
XAVIER • 0-3
Home/Away/Neutral: 0-1/0-2/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Xavier: 0-2
12/6/98 Milwaukee
L
11/21/97 Xavier
L
2/8/95
Xavier
L
64-63
72-59
71-58
YALE • 1-0
Home/Away/Neutral: 1-0/0-0/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Yale: 0-0
1/3/91
Milwaukee
W
67-56
YOUNGSTOWN STATE • 11-5
Home/Away/Neutral: 6-2/5-3/0-0
Sandy Botham vs. Youngstown State: 8-2
2/18/06 Milwaukee
W 67-44
1/12/06 Youngstown State W 64-59
2/26/05 Youngstown State L
75-68
1/29/05 Milwaukee
L
79-67
2/28/04 Youngstown State W 59-51
1/31/04 Milwaukee
W 62-56
2/15/03 Milwaukee
W 74-54
1/11/03 Youngstown State W 79-59
2/21/02 Youngstown State W 67-46
2/2/02
Milwaukee
W 100-46
2/5/94
Youngstown State W 64-59
12/20/93 Milwaukee
W 73-64
2/29/92 Milwaukee
W 77-54
2/1/92
Youngstown State L
65-60
2/11/91 Milwaukee
L
95-66
1/7/91
Youngstown State L
84-54
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10 Seasons
1996-Present
Record:165-119
League: 108-44
2005-06
SANDY BOTHAM
11/11
11/18
11/20
11/25
11/30
12/2
12/4
12/11
12/14
12/18
12/29
12/31
1/5
1/12
1/14
1/18
1/21
1/26
1/28
2/4
2/9
2/11
2/13
2/16
2/18
2/23
2/25
3/2
3/5
3/6
3/18
22-9 (14-2/T-1ST)
HORIZON LEAGUE
@ Oklahoma
L
Oakland
W ot
@ Iowa
L
@ SE Missouri State
W 2ot
DePaul
L
SE Missouri State
W
@ South Dakota State
L
Northern Michigan
W
Wisconsin
L
@ Marquette
L
@ Detroit*
W
Butler*
L ot
Wright State*
W
@ Youngstown State* W
@ Cleveland State*
W
@ Northwestern
W
Illinois-Chicago*
W
@ Wright State*
L
Cleveland State*
W
@ UW-Green Bay*
W
Loyola*$
W
@ Butler*
W
UW-Green Bay*
W
Detroit*
W
Youngstown State*
W
@ Illinois-Chicago*
W
@ Loyola*
W
Loyola#
W
Butler#
W
Illinois-Chicago#
W
Michigan State^
L
89-57
73-71
82-42
90-87
91-79
73-70
70-55
77-65
72-57
70-62
74-56
80-79
64-61
64-59
68-53
81-73
55-54
69-67
61-46
69-67
67-58
74-62
65-55
69-55
67-44
65-58
78-66
76-56
58-57
71-63
65-46
$ U.S. Cellular Arena
* Horizon League Game
# Horizon League Tournament (Klotsche Center)
^ NCAA Tournament (Chicago, Ill.)
2004-05
SANDY BOTHAM
11/20
11/23
11/26
11/27
12/2
12/5
12/8
12/12
12/28
12/30
1/3
1/8
1/13
1/15
14-14 (11-5/T-2ND)
HORIZON LEAGUE
at Marquette
at DePaul
at Washington&
vs Columbia&
at Northern Iowa
at Oakland
at Wisconsin
Northwestern
Iowa
UW-Green Bay*
at Butler*
at Loyola*
Cleveland State*
South Dakota State
L
L
L
W
L
W
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
L
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74-66
89-67
86-75
63-59
68-50
69-64
75-66
74-60
59-51
63-46
76-49
72-62
71-66
58-36
1/17
1/20
1/22
1/27
1/29
2/3
2/5
2/10
2/12
2/17
2/19
2/24
2/26
3/3
at Illinois-Chicago*
L
Wright State*$
W
Butler*
W
at Detroit*
W ot
at Youngstown State*
L
at Wright State*
W
Detroit*
W
at IPFW
L
at Cleveland State*
W
Illinois-Chicago*
W
Loyola*
W
at UW-Green Bay*
L
Youngstown State*
L
Detroit#
L
64-55
69-58
66-61
74-73
79-67
57-53
60-46
70-65
69-61
76-68
73-62
65-53
75-68
59-49
& Seattle Times Husky Classic (Seattle, Wa.)
$ U.S. Cellular Arena
* Horizon League Game
# Horizon League Tournament
2003-04
SANDY BOTHAM
11/21
11/22
11/25
11/29
11/30
12/2
12/6
12/11
12/22
1/3
1/6
1/8
1/10
1/15
1/22
1/24
1/26
1/29
1/31
2/5
2/7
2/12
2/14
2/19
2/21
2/23
2/28
3/4
3/7
17-12 (12-4/2ND)
HORIZON LEAGUE
at DePaul^
L
vs. Ball State^
W
at Purdue
L
at Florida State%
L
vs. Liberty%
W
Northern Iowa
W
at Northern Illinois
L
at New Hampshire
L
at Wisconsin
L
Illinois-Chicago*
W
Marquette
L
Butler*$
W
Loyola*
W ot
at Cleveland State*
L
at Wright State*
W
at Butler*
L ot
at UW-Green Bay*
L
Detroit*
W
Youngstown State*
W
Wright State*
W
at Detroit*
W
IPFW$
W
Cleveland State*
W
at Illinois-Chicago*
W
at Loyola*
L
UW-Green Bay*
W
at Youngstown State* W
Illinois-Chicago#
W
Detroit#
L
94-62
78-73
88-60
72-70
65-56
67-40
55-53
59-46
54-49
74-58
58-55
64-59
83-78
59-57
69-61
67-61
72-52
49-47
62-56
61-47
53-50
87-67
52-51
73-64
79-62
71-69
59-51
72-59
64-58
12/7
12/8
12/10
12/13
12/28
12/30
1/2
1/4
1/9
1/11
1/18
1/23
1/25
1/29
2/1
2/6
2/8
2/12
2/15
2/22
2/27
3/1
3/6
vs. Weber State %
L
vs. Middle Tenn. State % W
at Vanderbilt
L
New Hampshire
L
San Francisco
W
at Loyola*
L
Detroit*
L ot
Cleveland State*
W
at Illinois-Chicago*
L
at Youngstown State* W
UW-Green Bay*
L
at Wright State*
W
at Butler*
W
Chicago State
L
Loyola*
W
at Detroit*
W
at Cleveland State*
W
Illinois-Chicago*
W
Youngstown State*
W
at UW-Green Bay*
L
Wright State*
W
Butler*
W
vs. Cleveland State #
L
56-49
62-60
98-51
71-69
58-51
66-57
66-57
89-73
84-73
79-59
61-60
76-65
70-62
66-60
68-56
76-61
88-81
61-49
74-54
75-50
83-75
68-55
83-69
Year-By-Year Results
SANDY BOTHAM
RECORDS
^ Arizona State Tournament (Tempe, Ariz.)
% Kansas State Tournament (Manhattan, Kan.)
* Horizon League Game
# Horizon League Tournament
2001-02
SANDY BOTHAM
11/16
11/19
11/24
11/25
11/27
11/30
12/5
12/8
12/11
12/28
12/31
1/3
1/5
at Northern Illinois
Illinois St
vs. Mississippi^
at Montana State^
Marquette
Vanderbilt
at Valparaiso
at Bowling Green
at Wisconsin
St Mary’s (CA)
at Chicago State
Loyola*
Illinois-Chicago*
20-8 (14-2/2ND)
HORIZON LEAGUE
W
W
L
W
L
L
L
W
L
W
W
W
W
60-52
69-63
74-57
64-61
65-63
79-64
61-57
77-52
80-61
67-51
71-50
90-61
67-62
^ DePaul Tournament (Chicago, Ill.)
% Florida State Tournament (Tallahassee,Fla.)
$ U.S. Cellular Arena
* Horizon League Game
# Horizon League Tournament
2002-03
SANDY BOTHAM
11/22
11/26
11/29
11/30
12/4
Purdue
at Marquette
vs. Oklahoma St.^
at Arizona State^
Northern Illinois
15-13 (11-5/T-2ND)
HORIZON LEAGUE
L
L
W
L
W
82-59
73-53
84-77
81-65
69-64
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Year-By-Year Results
RECORDS
1/10
1/12
1/17
1/19
1/23
1/26
1/31
2/2
2/4
2/7
2/14
2/16
2/21
2/23
2/28
at Wright State*
at Butler*
Cleveland State*
Detroit*
Butler*
at UW-Green Bay*
at Illinois-Chicago*
Youngstown State*
at Loyola*
Wright State*
at Cleveland State*
at Detroit*
at Youngstown State*
UW-Green Bay*
vs. Illinois-Chicago#
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
70-52
79-47
80-67
102-71
70-39
83-75
75-66
100-46
74-49
65-47
65-61
73-71
67-46
88-66
75-67
^ Montana State Tournament (Bozeman, Mont.)
* Horizon League Game
# Horizon League Tournament
2000-01
SANDY BOTHAM
11/19
11/21
12/2
12/5
12/8
12/14
12/17
12/28
12/30
1/3
1/5
1/11
1/13
1/16
1/20
1/25
1/27
2/1
2/3
2/8
2/10
2/17
2/21
2/24
3/1
3/4
3/8
3/9
3/10
3/17
19-11 (12-2/T-1ST)
MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE
at Illinois State
at Marquette
at Buffalo
Northern Illinois
at Creighton
Chicago State
Central Michigan
Bowling Green
Missouri
at St. Mary’s (CA)
at San Francisco
Cleveland State*
Detroit*
Wisconsin
at UW-Green Bay*
at Illinois-Chicago*
at Loyola*
Wright State*
Butler*
at Detroit*
at Cleveland State*
UW-Green Bay*
Loyola*
Illinois-Chicago*
at Butler*
at Wright State*
at Wright State#
vs. Loyola#
vs. UW-Green Bay#
at Duke$
L
L
L
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
67-64
59-43
81-52
58-52
66-54
62-46
90-48
68-48
64-88
82-62
78-68
80-66
86-80
60-59
67-63
55-51
70-55
72-59
80-61
84-79
83-75
72-66
82-68
71-61
67-62
74-52
58-34
80-49
77-62
96-63
^ Midwestern Collegiate Conference Game
# MCC Tournament Game
* NCAA Tournament (Durham, N.C.)
1999-00
SANDY BOTHAM
11/21
11/24
11/28
12/1
12/5
12/10
106
16-12 (10-4/2ND)
MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE
at Northwestern
Buffalo
at Northern Illinois
Marquette
Montana St.
at Hawaii^
W
L
W
L
W
L ot
65-54
78-58
62-57
70-51
63-52
87-85
12/11
12/12
12/19
12/30
1/4
1/13
1/15
1/19
1/22
1/25
1/29
1/31
2/3
2/5
2/10
2/12
2/19
2/24
2/26
3/2
3/4
3/9
vs. Wichita State^
vs. Oregon State^
Creighton
at Missouri
at Central Michigan
at Cleveland State*
at Detroit*
Valparaiso
UW-Green Bay*
at Chicago State
Loyola*
Illinois-Chicago*
at Wright State*
at Butler*
Detroit*
Cleveland State*
at UW-Green Bay*
at Loyola*
at Illinois-Chicago*
Butler*
Wright State*
vs. Cleveland State#
W
74-59
W ot 66-64
L
80-69
L
90-47
L
70-67
W
70-69
L
71-68
L ot 95-84
W
79-72
W
86-59
W
97-77
W
62-54
W ot 71-65
L
82-74
W
75-68
W
87-66
L
75-64
W
75-72
L
63-45
W
71-57
W
75-68
L
73-68
^ Hawaii Tournament (Manoa, Hawaii)
* Midwestern Collegiate Conference Game
# MCC Tournament
1998-99
SANDY BOTHAM
11/17
11/21
11/27
11/28
12/6
12/9
12/12
12/20
12/28
12/29
1/1
1/7
1/9
1/14
1/16
1/23
1/28
1/30
2/4
2/6
2/11
2/13
2/17
2/20
2/25
2/27
3/4
11-16 (7-7/5TH)
MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE
at Wisconsin
at Nebraska
vs. LaSalle^
vs. Furman^
Xavier
at Ball State
Pepperdine
Drake
vs. South Carolina $
at Florida Atlantic $
Northwestern
at Butler*
at Wright State*
Cleveland State*
Detroit*
at UW-Green Bay*
at Illinois-Chicago*
at Loyola*
Wright State*
Butler*
at Detroit*
at Cleveland State*
at Marquette
UW-Green Bay*
Loyola*
Illinois-Chicago*
at Cleveland State#
L
L
L
W
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
L ot
L
L
W
W
L
71-66
78-51
65-62
87-67
64-63
87-76
73-62
73-53
89-63
66-57
78-58
87-69
66-50
74-69
53-48
95-87
57-48
70-63
56-41
78-63
65-60
85-80
74-48
73-54
78-50
73-60
74-61
^ Colorado State Tournament (Ft. Collins, Colo.)
$ Florida Atlantic Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.)
* Midwestern Collegiate Conference Game
# MCC Tournament
1997-98
SANDY BOTHAM
15-12 (7-7/4TH)
MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE
11/15 at SE Missouri State
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
W
71-56
11/18
11/21
11/25
11/29
11/30
12/4
12/7
12/13
12/21
12/28
12/29
1/4
1/8
1/10
1/15
1/17
1/24
1/31
2/5
2/7
2/12
2/14
2/21
2/26
2/28
3/5
Marquette
at Xavier
Wisconsin
at Minnesota^
vs. Navy^
at Drake
Ball State
Nebraska
Dayton
at Hofstra$
vs. Wagner$
Illinois-Chicago*
Butler*
Wright State*
at Cleveland State*
at Detroit*
UW-Green Bay*
Loyola*
at Wright State*
at Butler*
Detroit*
Cleveland State*
at UW-Green Bay*
at Loyola*
at Illinois-Chicago*
vs. Detroit #
L
L
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
L
W
L
L
L
L
W
L
W
L
66-64
72-59
72-70
75-57
79-76
104-83
76-64
88-76
61-59
57-55
63-49
66-53
61-59
68-60
79-68
69-64
72-47
68-55
56-42
75-59
78-66
68-63
58-41
73-69
57-53
80-72
^ Minnesota Tournament (Minneapolis, Minn.)
$ Hofstra Tournament (Staten Island, N.Y.)
* Midwestern Collegiate Conference Game
# MCC Tournament
1996-97
SANDY BOTHAM
11/24
11/29
12/3
12/6
12/7
12/10
12/14
12/21
12/30
1/2
1/4
1/6
1/8
1/11
1/13
1/18
1/23
1/25
2/1
2/6
2/8
2/13
2/20
2/22
2/27
3/1
3/6
3/7
16-12 (10-6/4TH)
MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE
at Wisconsin
SE Missouri State
at Marquette
vs. Texas-Arlington^
vs. Denver^
at Western Illinois
Northern Iowa
at Dayton
Eastern Michigan
at Illinois-Chicago*
at Northern Illinois*
St. Louis
UW-Green Bay*
Butler*
Wright State*
at Cleveland State*
Detroit*
Loyola*
at UW-Green Bay*
at Butler*
at Wright State*
Cleveland State*
at Detroit*
at Loyola*
Illinois-Chicago*
Northern Illinois*
vs. Cleveland St. #
vs. Detroit #
L
W
L
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
L
W
L ot
W
W
W
W 2ot
L
W ot
L
W
W
W
W
L
95-63
55-47
79-58
58-43
48-47
86-66
78-60
79-70
69-59
53-51
80-63
75-48
55-54
61-44
81-56
83-78
72-69
61-58
58-54
92-91
60-44
68-65
94-65
70-53
73-58
73-68
79-61
98-63
^ New Mexico Tournament (Albuquerque, N.M.)
* Midwestern Collegiate Conference Game
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JENNY SELL
One Season
1995-96
Record:4-22
League: 3-13
1995-96
JENNY SELL
11/24
11/27
12/2
12/9
12/15
12/17
12/28
12/29
1/2
1/4
1/6
1/10
1/13
1/15
1/20
1/25
1/27
1/30
2/3
2/8
2/10
2/17
2/21
2/24
2/29
3/2
4-22 (3-13/9TH)
MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE
Michigan
at St. Louis
at Indiana State
at Eastern Michigan
at Northeastern Illinois
Iowa State
vs. New Hampshire%
vs. Iona%
New Mexico
at Illinois-Chicago*
Northern Illinois*
at UW-Green Bay*
at Butler*
at Wright State*
Cleveland State*
at Detroit*
at Loyola*
Marquette
UW-Green Bay*
Butler*
Wright State*
at Cleveland State*
Detroit*
Loyola*
Illinois-Chicago*
at Northern Illinois #
L
86-77
L
69-65
L
85-62
L
76-71
L
71-68
L
78-41
L
74-59
L
70-68
L
72-48
L
55-53
W
72-69
L
64-49
L
97-67
L
63-62
L
82-64
L
91-62
L
74-69
W
73-66
L
70-47
L
87-69
L
60-47
W ot 101-99
L
90-64
W
67-59
L
73-68
L 117-52
^ Midwestern Collegiate Conference Game
M.A. KELLING
17 Seasons
1978-95
Record:284-198
League: 10-24
1994-95
M.A. KELLING
11/25
11/28
12/3
12/4
12/10
12/28
12/30
1/7
1/9
1/12
1/14
1/16
1/19
2-25 (1-15/12TH)
MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE
Northwestern
at Miami (OH)
at Duke^
vs. Nebraska^
at Michigan
at Northern Iowa
at Iowa State
UW-Green Bay*
at St. Louis
Butler*
Illinois-Chicago*
at Marquette
at Loyola*
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
www.uwmpanthers.com
64-55
101-45
104-34
80-46
81-67
67-47
77-42
85-34
69-68
65-46
66-52
86-46
71-50
1/21
1/23
1/26
1/28
2/2
2/4
2/8
2/10
2/16
2/18
2/21
2/26
3/1
3/5
at Northern Illinois*
St. Louis
Detroit*
at Notre Dame
LaSalle
Cleveland State*
at Xavier
at Wright State*
Northern Illinois*
Loyola*
at Illinois-Chicago*
at Butler
at UW-Green Bay*
at UW-Green Bay#
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
80-53
72-48
67-46
98-50
84-55
83-70
71-58
69-35
72-49
75-59
66-52
81-48
80-47
91-52
* Duke Tournament (Durham, N.C.)
^ Midwestern Collegiate Conference Game
# MCC Tournament
1993-94
M.A. KELLING
11/27
12/4
12/9
12/11
12/18
12/23
12/30
1/2
1/6
1/8
1/13
1/15
1/17
1/20
1/22
1/29
2/3
2/5
2/10
2/12
2/17
2/20
2/24
2/27
2/28
3/5
3/10
W
74-71
W
81-74
L 108-58
L
56-50
L
57-54
L
83-62
W
73-64
W
75-67
L
60-53
W
71-49
W
85-75
L
80-76
L
85-77
L
85-72
L
95-75
L
76-46
L
85-75
W
64-59
L ot 93-91
W
80-58
W ot 96-94
W
66-48
W
64-57
L
77-68
W
53-52
L
73-69
L
72-58
* Mid-Continent Conference Game
# Mid-Con Tournament Game
1992-93
M.A. KELLING
12/1
12/2
12/5
12/7
12/11
12/12
12/15
12/19
12/29
12/30
1/2
at Eastern Michigan
at Detroit
SE Missouri State
at Bowling Green
at UW-Green Bay*
vs. Michigan State*
at Wisconsin
Iowa State
vs. Jackson State^
at Auburn^
Miami (OH)
15-12
NCAA I
L
L
W
L
L ot
L
W
W
W
L
W
at St. Louis
at SE Missouri St.
at Northwestern
at Marquette
Northeastern Illinois
at Indiana State
Chicago State
St. Louis
UW-Parkside
at Northeastern Illinois
Missouri-Kansas City
Loyola
Marquette
at Chicago State
at Missouri-Kansas City
vs. Sacramento St.
W
W
L
L
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
L
L
76-63
56-54
89-46
73-60
76-69
59-56
65-53
72-61
78-67
61-38
57-45
88-77
76-70
76-58
63-42
85-72
^ Auburn Tournament (Montgomery, Ala.)
12-15 (9-9/T-6TH)
MID-CONTINENT
Indiana State
Evansville
at Wisconsin
at Iowa State
at Northeastern Illinois
Bowling Green
Youngstown State*
Cleveland State*
at Wright State*
at Eastern Illinois*
Valparaiso*
Illinois-Chicago*
Marquette
at Western Illinois*
at Northern Illinois*
at UW-Green Bay*
at Cleveland State*
at Youngstown State*
Wright State*
Eastern Illinois*
at Valparaiso*
at Illinois-Chicago*
Western Illinois*
Northern Illinois*
Detroit*
UW-Green Bay*
vs. Western Illinois#
1/5
1/7
1/12
1/14
1/19
1/21
1/27
1/31
2/9
2/13
2/18
2/20
2/22
2/27
3/5
3/6
Year-By-Year Results
# MCC Tournament
RECORDS
78-76
70-45
73-60
88-69
71-70
61-48
78-77
76-51
79-52
68-41
66-56
1991-92
M.A. KELLING
11/23
11/26
11/30
12/2
12/7
12/10
12/14
12/21
1/2
1/4
1/8
1/11
1/14
1/16
1/22
1/25
1/28
1/30
2/1
2/4
2/8
2/11
2/15
2/17
2/22
2/25
2/29
3/5
at Central Michigan
Northern Iowa
SE Missouri St.
Detroit
Indiana State
at Wisconsin
Western Illinois
Eastern Michigan
Toledo
Western Michigan
Akron
at Ball State
at Evansville
at SE Missouri St.
at Northeastern Illinois
at Chicago State
UW-Green Bay
Missouri-Kansas City
at Youngstown St.
at Marquette
Chicago State
Northern Illinois
at UW-Parkside
at Loyola
at Missouri-Kansas City
Northeastern Illinois
Youngstown State
St. Louis
17-11
NCAA I
L
W
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
L
W
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
1990-91
M.A. KELLING
11/24
12/1
12/6
12/8
12/10
12/14
12/28
12/30
1/3
1/5
1/7
1/12
at Northern Iowa
at Wisconsin
Marquette
Central Michigan
at Indiana State
at Western Illinois
at Michigan
at Detroit
Yale
at Akron
at Youngstown State
Ball State
73-56
78-66
65-53
68-61
69-67
90-68
81-71
64-50
71-58
61-45
75-71
86-63
72-60
85-74
73-61
68-65
4-66
70-64
65-60
90-74
70-61
83-76
79-70
61-52
58-41
80-54
77-54
62-51
11-16
NCAA I
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
L
L
69-64
99-76
75-66
84-61
83-53
84-73
93-52
85-80
67-56
68-59
84-54
82-60
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Year-By-Year Results
RECORDS
1/14
1/16
1/22
1/26
1/28
1/31
2/2
2/5
2/7
2/9
2/11
2/16
2/19
2/23
3/2
at UW-Green Bay
at Illinois-Chicago
Northeastern Illinois
Chicago State
at Toledo
St. Francis (Ill.)
at Wright State
at Northern Illinois
Missouri-Kansas City
UW-Parkside
Youngstown State
at Missouri-Kansas City
at Northeastern Illinois
at Western Michigan
at Chicago State
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
L
W
1989-90
M.A. KELLING
11/24
11/25
11/28
12/1
12/5
12/10
12/12
12/16
12/28
12/30
1/5
1/6
1/11
1/18
1/20
1/23
1/27
1/30
2/1
2/3
2/7
2/9
2/13
2/17
2/20
2/24
vs. Oakland*
vs. Indianapolis*
UW-Stevens Point
Minnesota-Duluth
St. Cloud State
at Northern Michigan
UW-La Crosse
Winona State
at Grand Valley State
at Saginaw Valley State
at Culver Stockton
at SIU-Edwardsville
Concordia (Wis.)
at UW-Parkside
Quincy
at Northeastern Illinois
SIU-Edwardsville
at Lewis (Ill.)
Nat. Coll. of Educ.
St. Ambrose
at Purdue-Calumet
at Northeastern Illinois
at Chicago State
at Missouri-Kansas City
Lakeland
UW-Parkside
17-9
NCAA II
L
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
1988-89
M.A. KELLING
11/19
11/25
11/26
12/3
12/5
12/9
12/10
12/17
12/29
1/2
1/7
1/12
1/13
1/17
1/20
1/21
108
St. Mary’s (Minn.)
at UW-La Crosse
at Winona State
Bemidji State
at UW-Stevens Point
at UW-Eau Claire
at Minnesota-Duluth
Northern Michigan
St. Cloud State
Saginaw Valley St.
Culver Stockton
at SIU-Edwardsville
at Quincy
Judson
at Nat. Coll. of Edu.
SIU-Edwardsville
59-47
63-48
104-57
66-58
96-59
95-63
73-55
112-64
51-47
78-77
95-66
67-42
67-66
78-59
75-68
80-54
87-75
71-68
75-74
84-61
77-67
85-64
80-68
72-51
75-63
86-81
81-80
65-54
62-58
77-71
72-68
78-71
69-49
92-53
88-73
80-58
75-54
78-69
67-37
104-59
75-58
19-10
NAIA
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
W
L
W
W
L
L
W
W
W
63-43
62-60
78-71
68-62
54-50
58-52
85-62
81-68
85-62
78-66
77-51
86-62
65-60
71-20
68-59
71-55
1/26
1/28
2/1
2/4
2/7
2/10
2/11
2/14
2/18
2/23
2/25
3/3
3/4
Northeastern Illinois
UW-Parkside
at Lakeland
St. Francis (Ill.)
at Concordia (Wis.)
at St. Ambrose
at Marycrest
at UW-Parkside
at IUPUI
Lewis
Purdue-Calumet
vs. Lakeland *
vs. UW-Platteville *
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
L
W
W
L
82-41
75-71
96-45
92-44
75-62
72-67
76-63
69-67
81-63
78-66
95-60
102-54
75-73
* NAIA District 14 Tournament (Milwaukee, Wis.)
1987-88
M.A. KELLING
11/27
11/28
11/30
12/2
12/5
12/11
12/12
12/19
1/2
1/5
1/6
1/9
1/13
1/16
1/23
1/26
1/28
1/30
2/3
2/8
2/11
2/16
2/19
2/20
2/24
3/4
3/5
3/10
25-5
NAIA
vs. Lake Superior St.
L
79-57
vs. Northwood
W
71-67
at Loyola
W
71-67
Lakeland
W
99-55
St. Norbert
W
73-68
Quincy
W
63-59
IUPUI
W
90-71
Winona State
W
74-41
at Col. of St. Francis
W
66-53
at St. Cloud St.
L
69-58
at Bemidji State
W
73-49
at NE Illinois (forfeit)
W
10-2
UW-Eau Claire
W
80-55
at SIU-Edwardsville
W
76-74
UW-La Crosse
W
83-58
at UW-Parkside
W
84-60
Nat. Coll. of Edu.
W 106-59
St. Ambrose
W ot 76-75
at Marquette
W
62-53
at Lewis
L
68-62
at UW-Green Bay
L
52-50
UW-Parkside
W
79-68
Minnesota-Duluth
W
80-67
Concordia (Wis.)
W
96-39
at Purdue-Calumet
W
73-63
vs. Lakeland *
W
89-65
vs. UW-Parkside *
W 2ot 80-74
vs. Minnesota-Duluth ^ L
61-60
* NAIA District (Milwaukee, Wis.)
^ NAIA Bi-District 6 (Milwaukee, Wis.)
1986-87
M.A. KELLING
11/28
11/29
12/2
12/5
12/6
12/9
12/15
12/20
1/1
1/2
1/5
1/6
1/9
vs. Grand Valley St.
vs. Calvin (Mich.)
at St. Norbert
vs. Lincoln (Mo.)*
at Mankato State*
Nat. Coll. of Educ.
Loyola
Northeastern Illinois
Alaska-Fairbanks
St. Francis (Ill.)
at Oakland
at Saginaw Valley St.
at UW-Green Bay
2006 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
at Concordia (Wis.)
UW-Parkside
Valparaiso
Northern Michigan
at St. Ambrose
Marquette
at UW-Eau Claire
at UW-La Crosse
Purdue-Calumet
UW-Green Bay
Lewis
at UW-Parkside
at Nat. Coll. of Edu.
vs. Lakeland ^
at UW-Green Bay ^
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
72-66
88-62
84-55
55-53
64-59
70-60
60-42
74-62
70-57
72-60
58-48
60-48
82-66
60-48
91-69
*Mankato State Tournament (Mankato, Minn.)
^NAIA District 14 (Green Bay, Wis.)
1985-86
M.A. KELLING
11/29
11/30
12/3
12/13
12/14
12/21
12/22
1/3
1/8
1/9
1/11
1/14
1/17
1/18
1/23
2/1
2/5
2/7
2/8
2/11
2/13
2/15
2/19
2/21
2/28
3/1
vs. Ferris State
vs. Oakland
at UW-Whitewater
Saginaw Valley St.
Lakeland (Wis.)
Nat. Coll. of Edu.
St. Ambrose*
UW-La Crosse
at Culver Stockton
at Quincy
at Northeastern Illinois
Concordia (Wis.)
UW-Eau Claire
at Loras
Carroll
at St. Francis (Ill.)
at Lewis
St. Norbert
UW-Parkside
at Marquette
at Chicago State
at UW-Green Bay
Natl. Coll. of Educ.
at Northern Michigan
vs. UW-Superior ^
at UW-Green Bay^
16-12
NAIA
W
L
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
W
L
L
W
L
W
L
62-59
81-55
64-57
74-68
103-44
82-60
62-57
58-54
70-68
87-72
86-59
88-39
75-36
69-50
60-58
68-47
78-73
64-48
75-74
73-57
64-59
69-50
90-47
99-46
64-60
70-48
^ NAIA District 14 (Green Bay, Wis.)
20-9
NAIA
L
W
W
W
L
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
L
1/13
1/20
1/24
1/26
1/30
2/3
2/6
2/7
2/10
2/14
2/17
2/19
2/21
2/27
2/28
73-62
77-51
80-65
57-54
66-58
68-33
73-68
98-40
69-54
61-52
76-64
59-53
67-64
1984-85
M.A. KELLING
11/20
12/1
12/6
12/15
12/16
12/18
12/19
1/3
1/5
1/9
1/11
1/12
1/15
UW-Platteville
Lewis
at Carroll
vs. Northern Michigan*
vs. Aquinas*
at Saginaw Valley St.
at Oakland
at Purdue-Calumet
Chicago State
at Nat. Coll. of Edu.
at UW-Eau Claire
at UW-Superior
Marquette
25-7
NAIA
W
W
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
80-47
45-44
75-71
59-53
71-62
100-62
81-73
63-48
81-77
69-48
75-62
73-40
61-58
www.uwmpanthers.com
2006-07 Women’s Basketball Media Guide
UW-Stevens Point
UW-Platteville
at St. Norbert
Northeastern Illinois
at UW-Whitewater
at UW-Green Bay
at UW-La Crosse
UW-Stout
at UW-Parkside
at UW-Platteville
UW-Green Bay
St. Francis (Ill.)
UW-Whitewater
at Marquette
UW-Parkside
vs. UW-Eau Claire^
vs. UW-Green Bay^
vs. Bemidji State$
vs. Carson-Newmann#
W
W
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
72-59
79-39
71-54
68-64
67-63
62-60
78-76
74-41
64-41
67-54
71-63
73-69
79-71
71-67
84-66
87-57
72-64
71-65
71-68
* UWM Holiday Classic
^ NAIA District 14 (Milwaukee)
$ NAIA Bi-District Champ. (Bemidji, Minn.)
# NAIA National Champ. (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
1983-84
M.A. KELLING
11/29
12/2
12/3
12/7
12/9
12/17
12/18
1/6
1/7
1/10
1/13
1/14
1/17
1/20
1/21
1/24
1/27
1/28
1/31
2/3
2/4
2/7
2/11
2/12
2/14
2/18
2/23
2/24
2/25
3/2
3/3
3/6
3/14
at Lewis
at Saginaw Valley St.
at Northern Michigan
Concordia (Wis.)
at Loras
vs. Purdue-Calumet
vs. Nat. Col. of Edu.
at Chicago State
at Northeastern Illinois
at Marquette
at IPFW
at Ind. Inst. of Tech.
St. Norbert
UW-Platteville
at Valparaiso
UW-Whitewater
at UW-River Falls
at UW-Stout
UW-Parkside
Marquette
UW-La Crosse
at UW-Green Bay
at UW-Platteville
UW-Eau Claire
at UW-Whitewater
UW-Oshkosh
vs. UW-Superior
vs. UW-Green Bay
vs. UW-Whitewater
vs. Marquette*
vs. UW-Green Bay*
vs. Bemidji State^
vs. Portland$
25-8
NAIA
L
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
67-54
76-43
61-56
103-39
79-69
62-58
77-58
82-42
64-27
83-73
77-68
73-54
75-54
80-47
66-44
88-60
70-64
76-52
64-54
76-68
90-82
87-69
81-61
76-67
76-70
82-66
82-60
94-79
77-71
75-56
83-74
76-66
74-63
* NAIA District 14 (Green Bay, Wis.)
^ NAIA Bi-District Champ. (Milwaukee)
$ NAIA National Champ. (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
www.uwmpanthers.com
1982-83
M.A. KELLING
12/1
12/4
12/7
12/11
12/18
12/19
1/5
1/7
1/8
1/12
1/14
1/15
1/18
1/21
1/22
1/26
1/29
2/2
2/4
2/5
2/9
2/12
2/15
2/18
2/19
2/22
2/25
3/4
3/5
3/9
Oakland
L
UW-Whitewater
W
Chicago State
W
UW-Oshkosh
L
Northeastern Illinois
W
Northern Michigan
W
at Illinois-Chicago
W
at Bradley
W
at Lewis
W
UW-Parkside
W
vs. Evansville*
W
at Eastern Illinois*
L
Carroll
W
UW-Green Bay
W
Northern Michigan
L
Carthage
W
UW-Stevens Point
W
at Marquette
W
Valparaiso
W
at St. Francis (Ill.)
W
Carthage
W
at St. Norbert
W
Marquette
W
at Northern Iowa
L
at UW-La Crosse
L
at UW-Parkside
W
at UW-Green Bay
L
vs. Marquette^
W
vs. UW-Green Bay^
W
vs. Missouri-Kansas City$ L
22-8
NAIA
86-84
62-61
102-55
64-60
87-48
85-60
63-61
77-75
70-63
71-49
80-60
79-65
83-60
84-82
83-82
71-44
75-59
85-63
73-54
92-77
79-56
63-48
68-58
81-80
68-60
73-65
84-55
83-79
89-65
76-67
* Charleston, Ill.
^ NAIA District 14 (Milwaukee)
$ Area IV Playoffs (Des Moines, Iowa)
1981-82
M.A. KELLING
18-12
AIAW
12/4
12/5
12/6
12/8
12/10
12/19
12/20
1/8
1/9
1/11
1/14
1/16
1/19
1/22
1/23
1/26
1/29
1/30
2/3
2/6
2/9
2/11
2/13
2/16
2/19
2/23
63-40
56-49
78-55
61-59
63-61
67-53
61-51
69-67
57-54
71-60
82-60
59-54
72-50
58-49
86-52
63-61
88-56
63-62
73-56
76-58
65-57
56-50
71-61
77-60
88-79
73-70
vs. Mankato State *
W
vs. South Dakota State* W
at Northern Iowa*
L
UW-Whitewater
L
St. Francis (Ill.)
L
vs. Lewis
W
vs. Mankato State
W
vs. Central Michigan^ W
at Northern Michigan^ L
Carroll
W
at UW-Parkside
W
Illinois-Chicago
W
Marquette
W
vs. Wright State$
W
at Eastern Illinois$
L
at Carthage
L
at UW-Green Bay
L
UW-La Crosse
W
at Loyola
L
UW-Oshkosh
W
at Marquette
W
at Carroll
W
Northern Iowa
L
UW-Parkside
W
UW-Green Bay
L
Carthage
W ot
2/27
3/5
3/6
3/11
at UW-Stevens Point
vs. Carthage#
vs. UW-Green Bay#
vs. Butler&
W
W
L
L
70-59
65-53
71-62
77-64
* Cedar Falls, Iowa
^ Marquette, Mich.
$ Charleston, Ill.
# AIAW Division II Tourney (Milwaukee)
& AIAW Midwest Regional (Chicago, Ill.)
1980-81
M.A. KELLING
12/1
12/5
12/13
12/20
12/21
1/9
1/10
1/13
1/16
1/17
1/20
1/23
1/26
1/30
1/31
2/3
2/6
2/7
2/14
2/17
2/18
2/24
2/25
2/28
3/5
3/6
3/7
3/12
Northeastern Illinois
UW-Whitewater
at Northern Illinois
St. Joseph’s
Eastern Illinois
at UW-Oshkosh
UW-Green Bay
UW-Parkside
at UW-La Crosse*
vs. Southwest Texas*
Marquette
UW-Platteville
at Carroll
at UW-Green Bay
at St. Norbert
at Marquette
UW-Stevens Point
Carthage
at Lewis
Loyola
at UW-Parkside
at UW-Eau Claire
at Carthage
UW-River Falls
vs. Northland^
vs. Marquette^
vs. UW-Green Bay^
vs. Davis-Elkins $
18-12
AIAW
W
L
L
W
L
W
L
W
L
W
W
L
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
83-45
66-62
72-58
60-53
69-61
62-60
58-49
65-39
53-40
60-57
54-48
66-61
52-32
65-58
56-51
60-59
61-55
65-56
55-51
57-56
59-53
67-52
65-56
71-64
85-70
60-59
66-58
56-48
Year-By-Year Results
1/18
1/23
1/25
1/26
1/29
1/30
2/1
2/3
2/7
2/9
2/12
2/15
2/16
2/20
2/23
2/27
2/28
3/1
3/13
RECORDS
* La Crosse, Wis.
^ AIAW Regional Qualifying (Milwaukee)
$ AIAW Regional Tournament (Franklin, Ind.)
1979-80
M.A. KELLING
12/4
12/7
12/8
12/15
1/9
1/10
1/11
1/15
1/19
1/21
1/25
1/26
1/31
2/4
2/8
2/9
2/12
at UW-Stevens Point
UW-Eau Claire
Northern Michigan
at UW-La Crosse
at North Park
at Kalamazoo
at Lake Michigan
St. Francis
UW-Superior
at Carroll
at UW-Platteville
at Loras
Marian
St. Norbert
Lewis (at Baker FH)
UW-River Falls
at UW-Parkside
17-10
AIAW
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
61-55
64-48
49-47
84-65
84-34
75-23
62-41
72-70
66-58
56-50
69-54
54-31
73-54
52-50
58-50
50-49
64-48
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RECORDS
1/15
2/16
2/16
2/18
2/20
2/22
2/23
2/29
3/1
at Carthage *
L
vs. UW-Green Bay *
L
vs. Concordia (Wis.)
W
Marquette
L
at UW-Whitewater
L
vs. UW-Stevens Point ^ W
vs. UW-La Crosse ^
L
vs. UW-La Crosse #
L
vs. UW-Stevens Point # W
73-67
52-45
70-29
58-47
66-56
54-40
78-54
72-49
54-52
* Carthage Tournament (Kenosha, Wis.)
^ WWIAC Tournament (Oshkosh, Wis.)
# AIAW Regional Qualifying Tournament
1978-79
M.A. KELLING
12/2
12/7
12/8
12/13
1/8
1/13
1/15
1/18
1/20
1/23
1/27
2/3
2/9
2/10
2/16
2/17
2/18
2/21
2/24
2/26
3/1
3/2
UW-Whitewater
at Westmar
at South Dakota
at Wisconsin
UW-Parkside
UW-Green Bay
Carroll
Carthage
at Marquette
at UW-Oshkosh
at St. Norbert
UW-Stevens Point
at UW-Eau Claire
at UW-River Falls
at Carthage *
vs. UW-Green Bay *
vs. Concordia (Wis.)
Marian
UW-La Crosse
at St. Francis (Ill.)
vs. Wisconsin ^
vs. Marquette ^
65-47
79-62
96-40
115-50
84-80
53-44
57-55
83-58
81-60
98-40
69-56
77-48
67-52
62-53
72-59
73-59
76-61
74-64
94-44
54-52
83-39
68-41
* Carthage Tournament (Kenosha, Wis.)
^ WWIAC Tournament (Oshkosh, Wis.)
1977-78
NANCY SCHLEY
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12/10 vs. UW-River Falls*
12/11 vs. UW-Eau Claire*
1/6
UW-Oshkosh
1/10 at Carroll
1/18 at UW-Whitewater
1/21 UW-La Crosse
1/24 Concordia (Wis.)
2/2
Carthage
2/5
at Wisconsin
2/10 UW-Whitewater
2/12 at Marquette
2/15 at UW-Oshkosh
2/21 Carroll
2/26 UW-Stevens Point
3/3
atUW-Stevens Point^
3/4
vs. Marquette^
*Stevens Point, Wis.
some scores not available
1-14
AIAW
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
50-38
67-58
75-57
NA
66-43
47-10
NA
69-62
87-55
61-49
55-50
79-57
71-56
80-55
83-52
59-42
Five Seasons
1971-76
Record:20-38
One Season
1977-78
Record:2-16
at UW-Platteville
Westmar
UW-Whitewater
Carroll
at UW-Oshkosh
at UW-Green Bay
UW-Oshkosh
at UW-Platteville
at UW-La Crosse
St. Francis (Ill.)
at Carroll
One Season
1976-77
Record:1-14
1976-77
LINDA BOROWSKI
2-16
AIAW
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
57-48
77-48
66-54
49-48
79-37
49-39
70-43
58-40
79-31
48-42
65-44
UW-Eau Claire
at UW-Stevens Point
at Carroll
at Illinois State
at Concordia (Ill.)
Carthage
Carroll
at Marquette
at UW-Whitewater
Carthage
at UW-Oshkosh
UW-Stevens Point
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6-9
AIAW
W
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
L
W
L
L
52-43
85-52
54-53
62-61
54-53
68-62
52-50
56-38
62-54
59-49
78-50
55-39
71-51
83-35
68-53
NA
7-11
AIAW
1/24 at UW-Stout
W
72-23
1/25 at UW-Eau Claire
L
61-49
1/28 at Wisconsin
L
75-55
2/1
UW-Whitewater
W
70-65
2/4
at Carthage
W
56-52
2/7
at Carroll
L
75-59
2/11 at UW-Whitewater
W
60-58
2/12 UW-Oshkosh
L
76-48
2/15 UW-Green Bay
W
56-32
2/19 Carthage
L ot 66-64
2/20 at UW-Oshkosh
L
92-58
2/22 Illinois State
L
66-51
2/24 Carthage
L
57-51
2/26 at UW-Stevens Point
L
65-58
2/28 vs. UW-River Falls *
W
60-48
3/1
at UW-La Crosse *
L
67-42
3/1
vs. UW-Stevens Point * L
48-46
3/3
Library Lounge
W
52-44
*WWIAC Tournament (La Crosse, Wis.)
1973-74
ERIKA SANDER
1/25
1/26
1/27
2/7
2/12
2/16
2/19
2/23
2/25
2/26
UW-Oshkosh
at UW-Platteville
UW-Eau Claire
at Wisconsin
at Carthage
Wisconsin
Carthage
at UW-Whitewater
at UW-Oshkosh
at Carroll College
2-9
AIAW
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
L
L
L
1972-73
ERIKA SANDER
1975-76
ERIKA SANDER
12/6
12/28
1/12
1/15
1/16
1/22
1/27
2/3
2/7
2/10
2/11
2/14
2/17 UW-Whitewater
L
2/18 UW-Oshkosh
L
2/23 vs. Carroll *
L
2/24 vs. UW-Oshkosh *
L
* WWIAC Playoffs (Milwaukee, Wis.)
some scores not avaliable
1974-75
ERIKA SANDER
ERIKA SANDER
NANCY SCHLEY
11/25
12/1
12/3
12/8
12/13
1/13
1/20
1/27
1/28
2/3
2/8
64-33
78-35
50-39
61-39
52-35
75-46
55-39
LINDA BOROWSKI
5-17
AIAW
L
L
L
L
W
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
L
W
L
L
2/11 at UW-Stevens Point
L
2/16 Wisconsin
L
2/18 UW-Eau Claire
L
2/21 Marquette
L
2/23 at Carthage
L
3/2
at UW-Oshkosh *
L
3/2
vs. UW-Eau Claire *
L
*WWIAC Tournament (Oshkosh, Wis.)
2/7
Wisconsin
2/9
at UW-Oshkosh
2/12 at Carthage
2/14 at UW-Whitewater
2/21 at Carthage
2/24 UW-Platteville
some scores not available
1-6
AIAW
L
L
L
L
L
W
1971-72
ERIKA SANDER
1/27 at UW-Oshkosh
2/4
UW-Oshkosh
2/9
at UW-Whitewater
2/12 at UW-Platteville
2/14 Carthage College
2/17 at Wisconsin
some scores not available
63-43
64-51
55-44
42-33
52-50
54-42
56-48
63-42
42-25
38-32
56-36
26-50
NA
NA
NA
NA
4-3
AIAW
L
L
L ot
W
W
W
NA
47-35
48-47
46-30
48-41
42-39
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THIS IS UWM
Spaights Plaza near the UWM Union is a popular
outdoor gathering spot for students
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This is UWM
THIS IS UWM
• LOCATION/ENVIRONMENT
UWM’s 93-acre campus is located on
Milwaukee’s upper East Side, one of the
city’s most attractive residential areas
and home to many faculty, staff and
students. The campus lies just five blocks
from the beautiful shoreline of Lake
Michigan. Its location in the business,
financial, cultural and industrial heart
of the state gives students an edge in
getting professional experience while
still in school. The compact campus is
situated along residential tree-lined
streets and stately homes 10 minutes
from downtown. UWM is ranked as the
second-safest campus in Wisconsin.
• HISTORY
Originally founded in 1885 as the Milwaukee State Normal School, the school
expanded its curriculum in 1927 to
become the Milwaukee State Teachers
College. In 1951, it became Wisconsin
State College-Milwaukee, and in 1956,
UW-Milwaukee was created with a
merger of the State College and the
University of Wisconsin Extension Center
in Milwaukee
• UWM TODAY
UWM has seen its enrollment grow to
28,000 students, the second largest number in the state.The university boasts 120
undergraduate majors and submajors,
47 masters and 19 doctoral degree
programs. They are separated into the
following schools and colleges:
• College of Health Sciences
• Peck School of the Arts
• Architecture and Urban Planning
• Education
• Business Administration
• Nursing
• Engineering & Applied Science
• Helen Bader School of Social Welfare
• Information Studies
• Letters & Science
• Social Sciences
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An aerial view of the UWM campus, which is located within blocks
of Lake Michigan on Milwaukee’s east side.
UWM FAST FACTS
Students................................................. 28,000
Degree Programs...................................... 148
Undergrad Programs..................................81
Masters Programs........................................47
Doctoral Programs ......................................19
Schools and Colleges .................................12
• Faculty
With a distinguished faculty of more
than 1,300, UWM is listed among the top
100 public institutions in the nation in research and development expenditures.
UWM’s individual schools and colleges
have achieved national recognition, as
well as top accreditation, by their review
groups.
• Areas Of Excellence
UWM has nine University System Centers
of Excellence, areas of the university that
have received special recognition from
the UW System Board of Regents for outstanding achievements in diverse areas
of instruction, scholarship, research and
performance. They are:
• School of Architecture and
Urban Planning
• Center for Business Competitiveness
• Institute of Chamber Music
• Center for Great Lakes Studies
• Professional Theatre Training Program
• Laboratory for Surface Studies
• Center for Teacher Education
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• Center for Twentieth-Century Studies
• Women’s Studies Consortium
• Among The Best
UWM is one of 148 U.S. colleges and
universities (from a total of 3,600) ranked
by the Carnegie Foundation in the top
group called Doctoral/Research Universities - Extensive.
• Alumni
65 percent of alumni remain in Southeastern Wisconsin, and include many of
Milwaukee’s business, cultural and community leaders. More than 100,000 UWM
grads live in all 50 states and abroad.
Among UWM’s many distinguished
graduates are Golda Meir (Education ‘17),
the former prime minister of Israel, for
whom the UWM library is named.
Notable graduates in the sports world
include the late NASCAR champion
Alan Kulwicki (Mechanical Engineering
‘77) and former NFL All-Pro defensive
back Mike Reinfeldt (Business ‘75), vice
president and chief financial officer of
the Seattle Seahawks of the National
Football League. NFL referee Bill Carollo,
who officiated the 2003 Super Bowl, is
also a UWM grad.
U.S. World Cup standout Tony Sanneh
also attended UWM, as did Illinois men’s
basketball coach Bruce Weber.
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THIS IS UWM
City of Milwaukee
Milwaukee, The Genuine American City,
is steeped in tradition and history, alive
in growth and development. From the
sparkling clean water of Lake Michigan,
to the rich heritage of our ethnic neighborhoods, Milwaukee invites you to discover its unique, diverse community.
Heralded as “The City of Festivals,”
Milwaukee hosts more than 15 annual
festivals, including the world’s largest
music festival, Summerfest, and over
a dozen ethnic festivals all held along
Milwaukee’s spectacular lakefront.
The RiverWalk, which meanders through
the heart of downtown, continues its
development to the north and south.
Fine food, cultural venues, eclectic shops,
exciting nightlife and a wide array of
distinctive sports bars are located along
the RiverWalk. Also prevalent along the
RiverWalk are many brewpubs and microbreweries. Gondolas and water taxies
frequently travel Milwaukee’s scenic
RiverWalk area.
Summerfest is one of many annual festivals held along Milwaukee’s lakefront
during the summer months.
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One of the many highlights of downtown Milwaukee is the scenic RiverWalk, which
extends from the north end of downtown through the Third Ward.
The Historic Third Ward is quickly becoming the “off-Broadway” of Milwaukee’s
arts scene. It is home to the new Broadway Theatre Center as well as another,
smaller experimental theatre. In addition,
this restored warehouse district features
a number of art galleries, the well-regarded Milwaukee Institute of Art and
Design, coffee houses, cafes and antique
stores. An abundance of new housing
in the form of loft-style apartments and
condominiums are also becoming a part
of the landscape in the area.
events. This season, the Brewers drew
over two million fans to the park.
Milwaukee’s museum scene is also active.
The Milwaukee Art Museum wrapped up
a $100 million expansion a few years ago,
featuring a dramatic wing-like sculpture
rising high above Milwaukee’s lakefront.
The Milwaukee Public Museum includes
a number of nationally-reknowned
exhibits and an IMAX Theater. Plus, the
Milwaukee County Zoo is well-known as
one of the finest in the nation.
The Milwaukee Mile, an auto racing track
located at State Fair Park, is home to a
NASCAR Busch Series and an Indy Racing
League event. Plus, the sports landscape
also includes one of the best county park
systems in the nation and an annual PGA
Tour event in suburban Brown Deer. The
2005 PGA Championship was held in
Kohler, just one hour north of Milwaukee.
The 2007 Senior PGA Championship will
also be in Kohler.
Milwaukee also loves its sports. The
city put its stamp on Major League
Baseball with the arrival of Miller Park
in the spring of 2001. The $400 million,
one-of-a-kind ballpark features a convertible roof and natural grass. Offering
the finest in ballpark amenities, Miller
Park is a park within a park - including
places to tailgate along the Menomonee
River, a sports-themed restaurant and an
elegantly finished restaurant, the .300
Club. Miller Park also played host to the
Major League All-Star Game in 2002 and
has hosted concerts and other special
Two of the city’s other professional sports
teams, including the NBA’s Milwaukee
Bucks, play at the downtown Bradley
Center. In addition, the U.S. Cellular Arena
downtown is the home of the UWM
men’s basketball team, as well as the Milwaukee Wave of the Major Indoor Soccer
League. The arena has undergone major
renovations and also hosts a number of
concerts and other special events.
Milwaukee is also a tourist and business
destination for travelers around the state
and nation. The Midwest Express Center
downtown serves as the city’s main
convention center and draws groups
from around the world to host their
annual activities in Milwaukee. Milwaukee is also easy to get to, located at the
intersections of interstates 94 and 43.
Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport has nearly 20 airlines, over 500 daily
departures and arrivals and features a
newly reconstructed public area.
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Chancellor • Dr. Carlos Santiago
THIS IS UWM
DR. CARLOS SANTIAGO
Chancellor
Carlos E. Santiago is in his third academic
year as the Chancellor of the University
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Santiago is UWM’s seventh Chancellor. In
this position, he is the chief administrative officer of the university and a partner
with a great number of constituents on
and off campus.
Chancellor Santiago also holds the academic rank of Professor of Economics
at UWM. As a labor economist, he has
regional expertise in the Caribbean and
Central America, with special emphasis
on Puerto Rico.
His research interests include labor
market issues, problems of structural
adjustment and debt and labor migration to the United States. He has received
grants and fellowships from a variety of
organizations including the Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Fulbright
Association, National Science Foundation and Russell Sage Foundation.
He formerly held the position of Provost
and Vice President for Academic Affairs
at the University at Albany, State University of New York and functioned as the
Chief Operating Officer of the campus.
He also formerly held the post of Associate Provost and Dean of Graduate
Studies.
He served as Associate Director of the
Center for Latino, Latin American and
Caribbean Studies (CELAC), and was
Chair of the University Faculty Senate at
the University at Albany for the academic
year 1996-1997.
Santiago also has a strong background
in working with athletics. With the University at Albany, Provost Santiago was
a member of its National Collegiate Athletic Association Certification Steering
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Committee, worked closely with the
athletics department on academics
and admissions-related issues, and was
involved with the New York Giants annual National Football League summer
training camp held at the University at
Albany.
“Universities must focus on creating
the scholar-athlete,” Chancellor Santiago said. “Winning is nice, but first
and foremost you have to focus on the
academics. UWM clearly has that mindset, as shown by last year’s outstanding
performance both in the classroom and
on the playing field. I will be a strong
supporter of this unbeatable approach
to academics and athletics.”
Dr. Santiago is the author or co-author
of five books focusing on Puerto Rican
society and economy, with the latest
being the forthcoming “Puerto Ricans in
the United States: The Development of
a Commuter Nation,” co-authored with
Edna Acosta-Belén.
He has co-edited another book and has
published more than 30 articles and
book reviews in a wide variety of scholarly journals. Along with Dr. Acosta-Belén,
Dr. Santiago also is a founding co-editor of the Latino Research Review and
is a member of the U.S. Congressional
Hispanic Caucus International Relations
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Chancellor Santiago speaks at a basketball pep rally in the UWM Union last March.
Advisory Group.
Dr. Santiago’s wife, Azara Santiago-Rivera,
is also part of the faculty at UWM. She is
an associate professor of educational
psychology in the School of Education.
Chancellor Santiago has a Ph.D. in economics from Cornell University (1982)
and M.A. degrees in economics from Cornell University (1979) and the University
of Puerto Rico (1975).
Like most other boys growing up in
Puerto Rico, Dr. Santiago played baseball
year-round and aspired to follow national heroes Roberto Clemente and Orlando
Cepeda to Major League Baseball. Dr.
Santiago played third base throughout
high school and earned a place on his
division’s all-star team. In recent years,
his sporting interests have included
golf, tennis, downhill skiing, walking and
jogging. He also helped coach softball
teams for his daughters.
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THIS IS UWM
JIM HILL
Provost and Vice Chancellor
Interim Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs
Rita Cheng is the Provost and Vice Chancellor at UW-Milwaukee, a position she has held since April 2005.
Jim Hill is the interim vice chancellor of student affairs, a position he had held since earlier this year.The athletic department
is part of the Division of Student Affairs.
Cheng joined UWM in 1988 as an
assistant professor of accounting in
the School of Business Administration. Within the School of Business
Administration, she held the title of
A.O. Smith Professor of Accounting,
first as an associate professor from
1994 to 2002 and then as a professor
from 2002 to 2004. She also served
as Special Assistant to the School
of Business Dean for Affirmative Action from 1994 to 2003. She has also
served the university in several highlevel administrative capacities in recent years. She was the
Interim Dean of the School of Continuing Education in 2004
and 2005, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs from
2002 to 2005 and Associate Dean of the School of Business
Administration from 1998 to 2003.
She holds a bachelor’s degree from Bishop’s University in
Quebec, an MBA from the University of Rhode Island and a
Ph.D from Temple University.
Cheng has also been actively involved with the athletic department throughout her career, serving as faculty athletics
representative from 1996-2004, while also being a regular in
the stands at most Panther events.
JOE RODRIGUEZ
Faculty Athletic Representative
Joe Rodriguez is beginning his second year as the Faculty
Athletics Representative for UW-Milwaukee.
Rodriguez is an Associate Professor in
the Department of History at UWM,
where he has taught for the past 13
years. He is also the Director of the
Urban Studies Programs at UWM.
Rodriguez has been published in the
areas of U.S. Latino history and U.S. urban history. He is currently researching the ways the Milwaukee media
represents urban development.
In his role as faculty athletic representative, Rodriguez provides oversight and advice in the administration of the athletics program. In particular, he reviews
academic performance and the delivery of academic services
to the student-athlete. He is also involved in the monitoring of
the personal welfare of the student-athletes and institutional
compliance with NCAA and conference regulations.
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Hill has served UWM for nearly two
decades. Since 1996, he has been
dean of students. Prior to that, he was
associate dean of student affairs from
1990 to 1996 and associate director
of student financial aid from 1987
to 1990. Hill serves on the boards
for Community Shares of Greater
Milwaukee, Heath Care for the Homeless, and the National Association of
Student Personnel Administrators
Region IV-East.
UWM Administration
DR. RITA CHENG
Before coming to Milwaukee, Hill was coordinator of financial
aid from 1975 to 1987 at the University of Missouri at Kansas
City (UMKC). He is ABD for his doctorate in higher education
administration at UMKC. From the same university, he holds an
education specialist degree in higher education and a master’s
in counseling psychology. His bachelor’s degree is from Central
Missouri State University.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Athletic Board
plays a role in connecting the athletic department to the
rest of the campus community.
Made up of a variety of staff and faculty members, students and alumni, the board meets monthly and gets
involved in a number of the activities of the athletic
department. The board’s stated mission includes fostering an environment in which a diversified UWM athletic,
intramural and recreation program can be competitively
and financially successful. The board is also dedicated to
integrating a well-rounded athletic, intramural and recreation program into the life of the university, while also
ensuring that the UWM athletic, intramural and recreation
program operates in a manner that meets the highest
ethical and regulatory standards.
Officers are elected at the first meeting of the school
year. The board also forms a variety of sub-committees
to oversee various aspects of the athletic department,
including the annual budget.
BOARD MEMBERS AS OF AUG. 15
Jose Torres
Douglas Woods
Joseph Czarnezki
Erika Sander
M.A. Kelling
Jim Cleary
James Hazard
Thomas Holme
Mark Keane
Laurie Marks
Ginny Stoffel
Phyllis King
Joe Rodriguez
Tim Schoewe
Tyler Draheim
Nicole Pfeifer
Anthony Franciosi
Neal Michals
Chad Cerroni
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Director of Athletics • Bud Haidet
THIS IS UWM
BUD HAIDET
Director of Athletics
Athletics has been a way of life for UWM
Director of Athletics Bud Haidet, and
Haidet is busy making success a way of
life for the UWM Athletics Department.
In fact, the department has experienced
unprecedented success on and off the
playing surface under Haidet. This past
year, UWM won the McCafferty Trophy,
the Horizon League’s All-Sports Trophy,
for the fourth time in six years. UWM
won 10 league titles and claimed a
third-straight regular season league title
in men’s basketball. UWM has also won
the women’s all-sports award in five of
the last six years and the men’s all-sports
award for two-straight years.
The biggest highlight of last year came
after the Horizon League basketball
season was completed. The Panther
men again made their mark in the NCAA
Tournament, beating Big 12 power Oklahoma before falling to eventual national
champion Florida. At the same time,
the Panther women were battling with
Michigan State in the NCAA Tournament,
only to fall in the contest. Those basketball accomplishments came on the heels
of a 2005 postseason run that saw the
Panther men advance to the Sweet 16
and garner national recognition.
Basketball is far from the only sport
where UWM has experienced tremendous success. In fact, both the men’s and
women’s soccer teams advanced to the
second round of the NCAA Tournament
in 2005.The men knocked off Bradley before falling in overtime to national runner-up New Mexico, while the women
beat Purdue before falling to Marquette
on a last-second goal.
The success at UWM actually started
long ago. UWM finished second in the
McCafferty Trophy standings during
the 1997-98 school year and during the
1999-2000 school year. In fact, following
the 1999-2000 season, UWM finished just
one point out of first place and won the
MCC men’s all-sports championship. The
Panthers then won the league’s all-sports
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trophy for the first time after the 2000-01
season, and then won it again after the
2003-04 campaign.
Many of UWM’s teams have also gained
national recognition under Haidet. The
great success of the men’s basketball
team also includes an NCAA berth in
2003 and a National Invitation Tournament appearance in 2004. The men’s
soccer team has qualified for the last
five NCAA Tournaments and has been
ranked as high as eighth in the nation. The women’s volleyball team has
qualified for five of the last eight NCAA
Tournaments. The women’s basketball
team also made the NCAA Tournament
in 2001 and teams in women’s soccer
and baseball have also been regulars in
the NCAA Tournament.
In the classroom, 67 UWM studentathletes were named to the Academic
Honor Roll this past spring, the highest number in the league. Numerous
Panthers have also won league and
national academic awards. And, the current cumulative grade point average of
all student-athletes is above 3.0.
Haidet has also directed an upgrade in
facilities for all of UWM athletics. The
recently-completed Klotsche Center
renovation - the Pavilion - has vastly
improved the office and training space
for the athletic department. Haidet has
also led the extremely successful move
by the men’s basketball team to the U.S.
Cellular Arena in downtown Milwaukee
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and shown the way for improvements
at Henry Aaron Field and Engelmann
Field, which had lights installed this
off-season.
Over Haidet’s tenure, athletics at UWM
has moved from NAIA Division II to
NCAA Division I status, and from independent status to membership in two
athletic conferences. Haidet notes that
the strong commitment to athletics by
the institution and student association
has greatly contributed to the rapid and
successful growth of the program. He
also feels past student-athletes, coaches
and administrators helped set in motion
the success UWM enjoys.
Haidet is active in numerous NCAA
activities. He has completed Level I-III
NCAA Athletics Management courses
and was a member of two NCAA Division
I Peer Review Certification teams and
two NCAA committees. He was also recently the chair of the Horizon League’s
Executive Council and is active in all of
the league’s activities.
Prior to coming to UWM, Haidet was
an athletics administrator at Miami
University in Oxford, Ohio, where he
earned both his bachelor’s and master’s
degrees. He was inducted into the Miami
Athletics Hall of Fame last fall. A former
captain in the marine corps, Haidet enjoys weight training, hiking and fishing,
and spending time with his wife, Beth,
stepson, Drew, four children and 13
grandchildren.
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DEANNA D’ABBRACCIO
Associate Athletic Director
Associate Athletic Director
Chuck Lang has been an associate athletic director at the
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee since 2002.
Deanna D’Abbraccio has been a member of the UWM athletic
staff since 1990 and currently serves as an associate athletic
director. She originally joined the staff in Milwaukee as the
NCAA compliance coordinator and academic advisor. She
became an assistant athletic director and Senior Woman Administrator in 1996 and was promoted to associate athletic
director in 2000.
As the associate director of external
affairs, Lang’s duties include supervising the assistant director of external
operations, the athletic business office and the fundraising coordinator.
Most importantly, he serves as the
chief financial administrator. This
includes overseeing policy development, public relations and negotiation and construction of all major
contracts.
Lang is also in charge of the men’s and women’s soccer programs at UWM and has helped to oversee the Panther men’s
basketball team’s transition to the U.S. Cellular Arena last season. He has played an integral role in the expanded radio and
television coverage for UWM basketball and has taken the lead
for the department on developing an integrated marketing
plan for all of UWM’s sports.
The expansion of UWM’s marketing efforts have included
an extensive deal with Clear Channel for radio coverage and
advertising, a deal with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for
increased advertising and an agreement with Weigel Broadcasting for extensive television coverage on CBS-58 and WMLW
in Milwaukee.
Before coming to Milwaukee, Lang served as the assistant
athletic director-finance and operations at the U.S. Merchant
Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY. In six years there, he also
held the position of athletic business manager.
Lang has also served as arena manager of the Jefferson County
Civic Arena in Steubenville, Ohio, and held multiple positions
in professional baseball. Most recently, he served as president
and general manager of the minor-league Peninsula Pilots.
In 1986, Lang received his bachelor’s degree in Public Relations,
graduating Cum Laude, from Ohio University. He earned his
master’s degree in Sports Management from Robert Morris
College in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Her areas of responsibilities include
sport supervision as well as the
academic enhancement, CHAMPS/
LifeSkills, strength and conditioning
and sports medicine programs. She
also helped coordinate the Klotsche
Center addition project, with the Pavilion opening in January of 2006.
Athletics Administration
CHUCK LANG
D’Abbraccio is actively involved in
campus committees, including the
University Relations Committee, the
Physical Environment Committee, and the Alcohol and Other
Drug Abuse Task Force.
Within the Horizon League, she serves on the Executive
Council, acts as an administrative liaison for various sports
committees, and has been a member of the finance committee. D’Abbraccio has also served as tournament director for a
number of Horizon League Championships held at UWM.
Nationally, she has been a member of the NCAA national
advisory committee for the CHAMPS/Life Skills program and
a member of two Division I NCAA certification peer review
teams. She has contributed to the programming of the NCAA
regional rules compliance seminars and has also been a site
representative for the NCAA Women’s Basketball Committee
for the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament.
Prior to joining the UWM staff, she was the head softball
coach and assistant head basketball coach at Eastern Illinois
University. Under her leadership, the EIU basketball team made
two national tournament appearances and the softball team
finished third in the College World Series.
Outside of work, she volunteers in the after school reading
program at Cass Street School. She volunteers for projects
with the Milwaukee affiliate for Habitat for Humanity and has
traveled to Portugal and Costa Rica with building projects for
Habit for Humanity International. She also facilitates partnerships between the Milwaukee Public Schools Learning Centers,
the Boys and Girls Clubs and the UWM athletic teams.
A native of Cheyenne, Wyo., D’Abbraccio received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wyoming and earned a
master’s degree in athletic administration from Eastern Illinois
University.
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THIS IS UWM
JASON CLARK
STEVE LAUTZ
Assistant Athletic Director
Compliance Coordinator
Jason Clark has served as an assistant athletics director at UWM
since April of 1999.
Stephen Lautz is starting his fourth year as the compliance
coordinator for UWM Athletics.
Clark serves as the marketing director
for UWM’s athletics department while
also participating in other external
affairs.
Prior to coming to UWM, Lautz was
a law clerk and associate for Bond,
Schoeneck and King in Overland
Park, Kan., for four years. He represented colleges and universities on
matters involving NCAA legislation
and conducted investigations of alleged NCAA rules violations. He was
also involved in conducting audits
of athletic departments, particularly
in the areas of recruiting, summer
camps and clinics.
His main responsibilities are maintenance of sponsorship sales, marketing, promotions and advertising
for all 15 of UWM’s varsity sports. In
addition, he oversees the Panther
Media Network, helping to coordinate UWM’s relationships with Clear
Channel Communications on the radio side and Weigel Broadcasting on the television side. Clark also serves as the color
commentator for UWM’s television broadcasts.
Clark helps to coordinate some special events for the athletic
department, including the annual men’s basketball golf outing
and the athletic department’s participation in the Wisconsin
State Fair. He also coordinates the activities of the UWM cheerleaders and the school’s mascot, Victor E. Panther.
Tickets and Events
LeVar Ridgeway and Brian Morgan are in charge of UWM’s
athletic ticket and events office.
Ridgeway serves as the ticket and
events director, while Morgan is the
ticket and events coordinator.
The ticket and events office directs all
home events at the Klotsche Center,
Engelmann Field and the U.S. Cellular
Arena. UWM also works closely with
Ticketmaster for ticketing of its men’s
and women’s basketball games.
Ridgeway works closely with all of
UWM’s season-ticket holders while
Morgan focuses on group-ticket sales
and concession operations.
Ridgeway worked as an intern in
UWM’s marketing department before becoming the ticket and events
manager in January of 2002. Morgan,
meanwhile, has worked for the Milwaukee Brewers before joining the
UWM staff.
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He did his undergraduate work at Gustavus Adolphus before
attending law school at the University of Kansas. He also
served as Editor-in-Chief of the Kansas Journal of Law and
Public Policy.
Corporate Sales and Fundraising
An ever-growing part of the UWM Athletic Department is its
efforts to raise money through both
donations and through its corporate
partner program.
The corporate partner program started two years ago, with the signage
and advertisement of all corporate
sponsors visible throughout all of
UWM’s athletic facilities. They are active sponsors of UWM television and
radio broadcasts.
The program was spearheaded by associate athletic director Chuck Lang
and then-consultant John Stewart.
But, because of the incredible growth
of the program, Stewart was hired last
October by UWM as its first corporate
sales manager.
Meanwhile, the Panther Fund is the
main fundraising mechanism for
the athletic department. Donors can
make a general donation to athletics,
specify their money be directed toward any of UWM’s 15 varsity
sports, or donate into other areas.
Melanie Fisher is in her second year as the Director of Athletics
Development at UWM. Before coming to UWM, Fisher worked
for the American Diabetes Association and the Alzheimer’s
Association. She played basketball at the College of DuPage
and the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
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BASEBALL
Scott Doffek ......................................................... [email protected]
Head Coach ....................................................................... 229-5670
Cory Bigler..........[email protected]uwm.edu
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-2433
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Rob Jeter ......................................................................... [email protected]
Head Coach ....................................................................... 229-5158
Brian Bidlingmyer .................................................... [email protected]
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-6192
Chad Boudreau ................................................... [email protected]
Assistant Coach ............................................................... 229-3738
Duffy Conroy ...[email protected]uwm.edu
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-4294
Ronnie Jones .................................................................. [email protected]
Director of Basketball Operations ............................. 229-4490
Chip MacKenzie [email protected]u
Video Coordinator........................................................... 229-5175
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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Sandy Botham ..................................................... [email protected]
Head Coach ....................................................................... 229-4405
John Mother[email protected]uwm.edu
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-5661
Travis Brewster[email protected]uwm.edu
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-3889
Sheila Roux .................................................................. [email protected]
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-4172
Lindsay Bronson ................................................. [email protected]
Director of Basketball Operations ............................. 229-2468
MEN’S SOCCER
Jon Coleman .......[email protected]uwm.edu
Head Coach ...................................................................... 229-5150
Bob Spielmann ..[email protected]uwm.edu
Associate Head Coach ................................................... 229-5377
Chris Dadaian......................................................... [email protected]
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-4498
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ATHLETIC STAFF (ALL 414 AREA CODE)
ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT STAFF
Bud Haidet .........[email protected]uwm.edu
Director of Athletics........................................................ 229-5669
Chuck Lang .................................................................. [email protected]
Associate Athletic Director........................................... 229-5152
Deanna D’Abbraccio [email protected]
Associate Athletic Director........................................... 229-3738
Jason Clark .................................................................. [email protected]
Assistant Athletic Director............................................ 229-2351
Stephen Lautz ....[email protected]uwm.edu
Compliance Coordinator .............................................. 229-3073
Kevin O’Connor ............................................................. [email protected]
Sports Information Director ........................................ 229-5674
Kevin Conway ...................................................... [email protected]
Asst. Sports Information Director .............................. 229-2413
Chris Zills ...............[email protected]uwm.edu
Asst. Sports Information Director .............................. 229-4593
LeVar Ridgeway .[email protected]uwm.edu
Ticket and Events Manager.......................................... 229-2958
Brian Morgan ..[email protected]uwm.edu
Asst. Ticket and Events Manager ................................ 229-2958
Dave Clark ............[email protected]uwm.edu
Director of Camps, Facilities and Scheduling ........ 229-2238
Tom Vollman ..[email protected]uwm.edu
Athletic Academic Advisor ........................................... 229-2257
Sharif Chambliss ................................................. [email protected]
Student-Athlete Tutor/Mentor ................................... 229-2257
John Stewart ......[email protected]uwm.edu
Director Corporate Sales ............................................... 229-5634
Melanie Fisher[email protected]uwm.edu
Athletic Development ................................................... 229-3904
Celita Kouzes .......[email protected]uwm.edu
Accountant ........................................................................ 229-3383
Ann Brantman [email protected].edu
University Services Program Associate.................... 229-5669
Brenda Brown ....................................................... [email protected]
University Services Program Associate.................... 229-5151
Jill Jurena ............................................................................... [email protected]
University Services Program Associate.................... 229-3710
Deidre Merritt ........................................................... [email protected]
University Services Program Associate.................... 229-5158
Vicki Hastin[email protected]juno.com
Cheerleading Co-Coach ................................................ 229-3777
Leigh Wallace [email protected]ol.com
Cheerleading Co-Coach ................................................ 229-3777
WOMEN’S SOCCER
Mike Moynihan [email protected]u
Head Coach ....................................................................... 229-4554
David Nikolic ............................................................. [email protected]
Associate Head Coach .................................................. 229-2305
Kristen St. Clair ......................................................... [email protected]
Assistant Coach ............................................................... 229-5581
MEN’S AND WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING
Dave Griffore ............................................................griff[email protected]
Head Coach ...................................................................... 229-5153
Erica Janssen .......................................................... [email protected]
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-1131
Todd Hill ..................[email protected]uwm.edu
Diving Coach ..................................................................... 229-0534
WOMEN’S TENNIS
Matt McCaskill [email protected]m.edu
Head Coach ....................................................................... 229-5523
MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY
Pete Corfeld ................................................................... [email protected]
Head Coach ....................................................................... 229-5149
Jason Francis .............................................................. [email protected]
Assistant Coach ............................................................... 229-2567
Stefan Rudiger [email protected]uwm.edu
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-1130
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
Kathy Litzau ............................................................. [email protected]
Head Coach ...................................................................... 229-3739
Susie Johnson [email protected]m.edu
Associate Head Coach ................................................... 229-4483
Rocky Koenig [email protected]
Assistant Coach ................................................................ 229-0535
Lindsey Spoden [email protected]du
Director of Volleyball Operations .............................. 229-0535
The UWM Athletic Offices are located in the new Pavilion, located
on the northeast corner of campus. The parking garage adjacent
to the Pavilion is accessible from both Edgewood and Downer.
If you enter from the garage, turn left in the Pavilion lobby and
the athletic offices are on the left. If you arrive through the main
entrance on the east side of the building, the athletic offices are
on the right.
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UWM Athletics
THIS IS UWM
UWM ATHLETICS - A WINNING WAY
For the fourth time in the last six years,
UWM found itself on top of the Horizon
League when the 2005-06 school year
ended.The Panthers claimed the league’s
McCafferty Trophy, given to the top athletic program in the league. UWM also
won the award in 2000-01, 2003-04 and
2004-05, and has won five of the last six
women’s all-sports awards along with
the last two men’s sports awards.
Then in the winter, UWM’s men’s basketball team won its third-straight regular
season Horizon League title, won the
league tournament and advanced to
the second round of the NCAA Tournament.The appearance in the tourney was
the third in four years for the men, who
have now won three NCAA Tournament
games over the past two seasons. One
year removed from a run to the Sweet
16 of the NCAA Tournament, the Panthers knocked off Oklahoma in the first
round before falling to eventual national
champion Florida. The Panther women’s
basketball team also won the league
and advanced to the NCAA Tournament,
while the men’s track and field team won
both indoor and outdoor league crowns
and the Panther women won an indoor
league title.
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MEN’S SOCCER
1979 First Round
1980 First Round
1990 First Round
2001 First Round
2002 Second Round
2003 Second Round
2004 Second Round
2005 Second Round
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
has moved itself into a prominent position both regionally and nationally in the
world of intercollegiate athletics.
UWM earned the McCafferty Trophy
thanks to another great year by a number of teams. UWM’s fall sports squads
of men’s soccer, women’s soccer and
women’s volleyball all won Horizon
League titles while the men’s and
women’s soccer teams advanced to the
second round of the NCAA Tournament.
It was the fifth-straight appearance in
the second round for the men, while
the women beat Purdue in a penalty
kick shootout to advance to the second
round for the first time ever.
UWM IN THE NCAAS
TRACK & FIELD
1995 Nationals
1996 Nationals
WOMEN’S SOCCER
1997 First Round
2001 First Round
2002 First Round
2005 Second Round
Good things have been happening in
UWM athletics for some time. In the
2002-03 season, UWM won five league
titles and sent four teams to NCAA Tourmament play. The Panther men’s soccer
team was ranked as high as eighth in the
nation and the men’s basketball team
made its first NCAA Tournament appearance. UWM’s first McCafferty Trophy
came after the Panthers won nine league
titles in the 2000-01 school year.
UWM student-athletes have also become
known for their work in the classroom.
This past spring, 67 student-athletes
were named to the Horizon League
Academic Honor Roll. UWM studentathletes also regularly appear on the
league’s academic all-league teams and
the cumulative grade-point average for
the athletic department consistently is
above 3.0.
Quality facilities are also a part of the athletic scene at UWM. The new Pavilion, an
addition to the Klotsche Center, opened
in January of 2006 and now houses all
of the athletics offices, as well as new
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1998 First Round
1999 First Round
2000 First Round
2001 First Round
2002 First Round
BASEBALL
1999 Regionals
2001 Regionals
2002 Regionals
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
2001 First Round
2006 First Round
MEN’S BASKETBALL
2003 First Round
2005 Sweet 16
2006 Second Round
UWM IN THE CLASSROOM
DEPARTMENTAL TEAM CUME GPA
(AS OF JUNE 2006)
3.143
NUMBER OF STUDENT-ATHLETES WITH
3.0-OR-BETTER CUME GPA
(AS OF JUNE 2006)
179
STUDENT-ATHLETES ON
LEAGUE HONOR ROLL
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MCCAFFERTY TROPHY WINNER
2001, 2004, 2005, 2006
WOMEN’S ALL-SPORTS AWARD
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006
MEN’S ALL-SPORTS AWARD
2000, 2005, 2006
UWM Athletics
UWM’S LEAGUE AWARDS
UWM’S LEAGUE TITLES
BASEBALL
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
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locker rooms, team rooms, training
rooms, weight rooms and an academic
center. The facility, which also includes
a tremendous amount of space for the
general student population, rates as one
of the best athletic office and workout
facilities in the Horizon League.
The project also included a renovation of
the 5,000-seat Klotsche Center, which is
home to the women’s volleyball, women’s basketball and track and field teams.
The facility now has air conditioning and
a new sound system, as well as two new
concession stands. Plus, with it standing
adjacent to the new Pavilion, fans attending events can park in the Pavilion’s
new parking garage and attend events
without ever stepping outside. The
swimming and diving teams have their
own pool in the Klotsche Center, located
on the lower level.
UWM’s men’s basketball team has played
at the U.S. Cellular Arena in downtown
Milwaukee since the 2003 Horizon
League Tournament. The move downtown has been a successful one, with
attendance records set each season
the Panthers have played in the historic
building.
Meanwhile, UWM’s other recent facility
improvements have come at the soccer
and baseball fields. On-campus Engelmann Field, home of the Panther soccer
teams, is reknowned to be one of the
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best collegiate soccer facilities in the
country. Lights have been added to the
field this summer, and a new team room
has also been developed. The Panther
baseball team plays at Henry Aaron Field,
while occassionally getting the chance
to play at Miller Park. Extensive work on
the field, fencing and dugouts has been
completed over the last few years, with
plans for additional renovations on the
table.
Athletics has a long history at UWM.
Some sports records date back to the
late 1800’s and UWM fielded a football
team until 1974. UWM has played on
all levels of NCAA competition, including stints as a Division II and Division III
institution along with its current run in
Division I. UWM athletics also spent some
years in NAIA competition. The school’s
athletic teams have also competed in
the Wisconsin state school league for
a number of years, while competing in
the Mid-Continent Conference and Midwestern Collegiate Conference/Horizon
League since moving to Division I.
UWM has 15 varsity athletic teams and
offers its prospective student-athletes
aid in the form of athletic scholarships.
Full and partial scholarships are available
in all 15 varsity sports. Full scholarships
include the cost of room and board, in
addition to tuition and books. Scholarships are based on athletic ability and
academic success.
MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
1993
WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
1992, 1993
MEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000,
2001, 2004, 2005,2006
MEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD
1998, 1999, 2000, 2001,
2002, 2004, 2005,2006
WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD
2000,2001,2003, 2006
WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD
1998, 2001, 2002, 2003
MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING
2000
WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING
2001
MEN’ S SOCCER
1990,1993,1997, 2001,
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
WOMEN’S SOCCER
1997, 2000, 2001, 2002,
2003, 2004, 2005
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001,
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
MEN’S BASKETBALL
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
2001, 2006
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The Spirit of Panther Basketball
THIS IS UWM
THE SPIRIT OF PANTHER BASKETBALL
Born as the Klotsche Krazies, UWM students have brought their
act to the U.S. Cellular Arena, filling up the south end zone and
producing a great college basketball atmosphere.
strong throughout the last two NCAA Tournaments, with
students putting aside their spring-break plans to travel with
the Panthers.
More than 1,500 students have regularly attended the biggest
regular season games of the year, with the numbers swelling
to near 3,000 for Horizon League Tournament action. UWM
students also travel well, with bus trips sending student to
nearby road contests. And, the student section has been
The Student Association is a major supporter of Panther athletics and helps organize a number of special events, including
“Black Out” and “Gold Rush” days, as well as giveaways, corn
and brat roasts and other spirit-building activities.
The UWM Pep Band helps to provide atmosphere and school
spirit during the basketball season at the Klotsche Center and
the U.S. Cellular Arena.
The band performs at most
games throughout the year,
plus travels to some away
contests. The band has performed at league tournaments for both the men and
the women and performed at
all five NCAA Tournament appearances by the men’s and
women’s basketball teams.
Last year, the band was at
both the women’s NCAA
action in Chicago and the
men’s tournament action in
Jacksonville. Scott Corley is the band’s director.
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The UWM Dance Team performs at all home men’s basketball
games, as well as at numerous other athletic events throughout
the year. The dance team is a registered student organization
at UWM. It is an independent group not supervised or funded
by the Athletic Department or the University. Formerly called
the Pom Pon Girls, the dance team has been active on campus
since 1963.
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The UWM Cheerleading Squad is a big part of the men’s and
women’s basketball programs, cheering at every home and
traveling to some away games.
The cheerleaders also perform addition promotional functions
for the program and the rest of the athletic department. The
cheerleaders are often a part of 4th of July parades around
the area. UWM also hosts one of the largest Collegiate Cheer
Camps in the country - the annual Universal Cheerleaders Association camp.Three years ago, UWM received the prestigious
Leadership and Game Day Plan Award. This year, the team put
on a stellar performance. UWM’s cheerleaders finished first
in the sideline cheer competition while finishing second in
the cheer category and the fight song category. The Panther
cheerleaders also won the LEADERship award, an award voted
on by other all-female cheer squads. The camp, the largest
cheer camp in the country, was held August 3-6 at UWM. It
regularly involves some of the top cheerleading squads in
the country.
The Spirit of Panther Basketball
THE SPIRIT OF PANTHER BASKETBALL
Co-coaches Leigh Wallace and Vicki Hastings note that the
expectations for the cheerleaders at UWM are very high.
“Our squad members not only dedicate their time to practices,
workouts and all home men’s and women’s basketball games,
but they also commit their time to the University, athletics,
community and their team,” Hastings said.
Charity and community service are also a big part of cheering
at UWM. The cheerleaders take part in Al’s Run, the AIDS walk
and other events around Milwaukee.
Victor E. Panther is one of the most notable visitors to the UWM
sideline during many Panther events.
UWM’s mascot for more than
15 years, this black panther
is one of the most colorful
and exciting features at the
Klotsche Center and the U.S.
Cellular Arena.
Victor E. also performs at
a number of athletic and
university functions, as well
as making community appearances on behalf of UWM
athletics.
Over the years, Victor E. has
been given a number of new
looks, and another makeover
for one of the faces of Panther athletics is currently underway.
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The UWM Athletics Logo has caught the attention of fans
throughout Milwaukee and is now prominently worn by
people across the city.
Unveiled in August of 1999, the new logo replaced the “Running Panther,” which had been used since 1985. The logo was
developed by Thiel Design of Milwaukee. The logo is meant to
symbolize a new, aggressive era of Panther athletics.
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The Student-Athlete
THIS IS UWM
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Athletic Department
is committed to enhancing the opportunities of academic,
athletic and personal success of every student-athlete. As
part of UWM’s commitment, a partnership has been created
between the academic and athletic communities on campus
to give all student-athletes an opportunity to achieve academic success.
UWM has had a full-time athletic academic advisor since
1998, and recently added a second staff member dedicated
to academics, reinforcing its commitment to its student-athletes’ academic success. All new student-athletes meet with
their advisor on an individual basis to assess specific needs.
Programs for academic advancement are developed, including
monitoring courses, grades and academic progress.
UWM’s commitment has paid off. The Panthers have regularly
had more student-athletes on the Horizon League Honor Roll
than any other league school, and the department’s cumulative grade-point average is better-than-3.0.
The Academic Assistance Center, located in the new Pavilion,
provides student-athletes with a quiet place to study, as well
as one-on-one tutoring opportunities. The academic center
also houses a full computer lab and numerous tutoring rooms,
and provides a closely-monitored atmosphere for studying
and academic progress.
• PRIORITY REGISTRATION - ACADEMIC MONITORING
Student-athletes receive priority when registering for classes.
Academic advisors provide ongoing assistance with class
scheduling and career planning. Progress reports from the
professors of each student-athlete are sought periodically
throughout the year, and academic progress is monitored
regularly.
• TUTORS
Individuals and group tutors are available in all subjects to
student-athletes upon request. The new Pavilion has private
tutoring and study rooms for student-athletes.
• STRUCTURED STUDY
All freshmen are required to attend study table for eight
hours per week. Students meet Monday through Thursday for
two hours per night and are monitored by a member of the
coaching staff. Upperclassmen with a cumulative grade point
average of less than 3.0 are also required to attend, however
their hours are pro-rated based on their GPA.
• POST-GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES
UWM boasts a 95 percent job placement rate through the
on-campus Career Development Center. Approximately 200
employers interview on-campus each year. Workshops are offered to assist student-athletes in planning their career paths.
Numerous internships and job opportunities are available in
the metro Milwaukee area, the business and economic center
of Wisconsin.
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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a member of the
NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program. The mission of the NCAA
and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is to maintain
intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the campus
educational program and the student-athlete as an integral
part of the student body. With this in mind, the UWM program, “SUCCESS,” was created to support student-athlete
development and to enhance the quality of the studentathlete experience within the university setting.
Student-Athletes
United for
Commitment to Excellence
Challenges
Education
Service to Community and
Skills for Life
The life skills program includes five major commitments:
• COMMITMENT TO ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE – to support the academic progress of the student-athlete toward intellectual
development and graduation.
• COMMITMENT TO ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE – to build philosophical
foundations for the development of athletic programs that
are broad-based, equitable and dedicated to the well-being
of the student-athlete.
• COMMITMENT TO PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT – to support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle for student-athletes,
encouraging emotional well-being, personal growth and
decision-making skills.
• COMMITMENT TO CAREER DEVELOPMENT – to encourage the student-athlete to develop and pursue career and life goals.
• COMMITMENT TO SERVICE – to engage the student-athlete in
service to his/her campus and surrounding communities.
As participants in the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, numerous UWM student-athletes - including two men’s basketball
players - have been chosen to participate in the NCAA
Foundation Leadership Conference. Kalombo Kadima was
chosen to be a part of the conference in 2000, while Dan
Weisse took part in the conference in 2001. Three women’s
soccer players from UWM - Fanta Cooper in 1999, Erin Blaedow in 2000 and Erin Shaugnessy in 2003 - have also taken
part in the conference, as has Chris Dadaian of the men’s
soccer team in 2004.
The NCAA Foundation Leadership Conference is one of
the largest noncompetitive gatherings of student-athletes
representing NCAA Divisions I, II and III. The participating
student-athletes are selected from more than 1,000 nominations that were submitted by member institutions that
participate in the NCAA’s CHAMPS/Life Skills Program.
Criteria for selection to the leadership conference include
the student-athletes’ demonstrated ability and strong desire
to be a leader and potential to benefit significantly from a
leadership-development experience.
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Athletics Academic Advisor
Tom Vollman currently serves as UWM’s athletics academic
advisor. In addition to developing a comprehensive program for
academic enhancement, Vollman is
responsible for providing tutoring
and support service assistance, coordinating coursework, and monitoring
grade reports, academic progress, and
degree completion requirements.
Vollman is also extensively involved
in the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program at
UWM, coordinating academic workshops for student-athletes. He helps to spearhead the athletic
department’s various community service projects, including
the regular “Neighborhood Clean-Up” events the athletic department participates in. Vollman is also part of the planning
for UWM’s annual Student-Athlete Awards Ceremony and has
coordinated a number of student-athlete social activities.
Before joining the UWM Athletics Department staff, Vollman
worked as an English instructor with UWM’s Academic Opportunity Center. He also taught English, math, literature and
history at the Marva Collins Preparatory School of Wisconsin.
Vollman is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio. He earned a Bachelor’s
degree in both psychology and philosophy from Marquette
University in 1999 and then earned a masters degree in Liberal
Studies from UWM in 2004.
SHARIF CHAMBLISS
Student-Athlete Tutor/Mentor
Former Big Ten basketball standout Sharif Chambliss has been
added to the UWM athletic department staff as a Student-Athlete Academic Support Tutor/Mentor.
In the newly created position, Chambliss will provide both academic and
personal support to UWM studentathletes. In particular, he will work
closely with student-athletes in need
of extra assistance in helping them
achieve success in the classroom.
Chambliss, a Racine native who attended St. Catherine’s High School, played three seasons at
Penn State before tranferring to the University of Wisconsin
for his final season of eligibility. He started 30 games for the
Badgers during the 2004-05 season, helping UW to the Elite
Eight. He finished his career eighth in Big Ten history with 255
three-pointers while scoring 1,106 career points.
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UWM LANDS LEAGUE-BEST 67 ON
ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL
Panther student-athletes excel again in classroom
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee placed 67 student-athletes on the Horizon League’s Spring Academic Honor Roll.
That number tied Butler for the most in the league, continuing
a trend of stellar academic performance by UWM atudentathletes. For the spring semester, UWM student-athletes again
compiled a department-wide grade-point average of better
than 3.0.
The Student Athlete
TOM VOLLMAN
THIS IS UWM
The list of honorees from UWM is highlighted by 12 studentathletes apiece from both women’s soccer and women’s track
and field/cross country. The list also includes seven members
of the women’s volleyball team and women’s swimming and
diving team along with six people apiece from men’s track and
field/cross country, men’s soccer and men’s swimming and
diving. There were also five women’s basketball players, three
baseball players, two women’s tennis players and one men’s
basketball player honored.
Members for the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll must
meet three criteria in order to qualify: 1) participation in at
least one of the League’s 19 sports during the most recent
(or current) season; 2) completion of three semesters (or four
quarters, where applicable) as a full-time student at the same
member institution; and 3) a cumulative grade-point average
of at least 3.25 (on a 4.00 scale).
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HONOREES
Meredith Onson Jr.
3.548
Psychology
Megan Rogers
Jr.
3.362
Criminal Justice
Aubrey Rote
So. 3.907
Kinesiology
Dana Schultz
Jr.
3.839
Journalism & Mass Comm.
Anne Witte
Sr.
3.590
Education
UWM’S 2006-07 SAAC MEMBERS
Tim Hoy
Andy Heterbreug
Sam Sivilotti
Myles McKay
Sam Mauldin
Kim Wypiszynski
Dana Schultz
Steve Bode
Grant Fernstrum
Ken Ogorzalek
Ginny Graczyk
Kate Megna
Karl Winderl
David Yugo
Kyle Palmer
Bridget Fargen
Jess Kelly
Lindsay Caldwell
Samantha Drews
Shayna Illingworth
Jeremy Majors
Darren Cole
Trent Edwards
Nick Hawley
Timeka Walker
Angie Huebner
Stef Ross
Shannon Buttchen
Sarah Moore
Breit Nelson
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Athletic Training
THIS IS UWM
Directly taking care of sports medicine issues for the studentathletes is UWM’s Athletic Training Staff.This licensed and certified athletic training staff includes Director John Ochsenwald
and assistants Dave Beine, Becky Worman, Renee Manofsky,
Joe McBeth, Sue Olbrantz and Erik Dygulski.
The entire staff is involved in the education of about 35 undergraduate athletic training students. In conjunction with the
Department of Human Movement Sciences, these students
are working and studying to become certified athletic trainers in the nationally-accredited Athletic Training Education
Program, which is spearheaded by curriculum director Dr. Jen
Earl. These undergraduate students assist the certified athletic
training staff in the day-to-day care of student-athletes sports
medicine needs.
The staff also includes a select group of sports medicine professionals, namely the orthopedic physicians Dr. William Smith,
Dr. Todd Swenson, and Dr. Don Middleton – all of whom are
associated with Columbia Hospital directly adjacent to UWM’s
campus. Providing vital general medicine health care to the
Panthers are Team Physicians Dr. Brian Hirano and Dr. John
Stech, both of whom are on staff at Columbia St. Mary’s. The
Panthers also have access to other specialized professionals
to assist in peak performance, such as chiropractor Dr. Kendal
Hoard, dentist Dr. Joseph Schell and registered dietician Julia
Syburg, all of whom provide expert care for specific sports
medicine needs.
Serpa has implemented the department’s first training manual that contains nutritional information along with general
strength training exercises and sport-specific strength training
exercises. He has also brought more structure and organization to the strength and conditioning area, which recently
moved into a student-athlete only weight room. Plus, Serpa
has instituted a summer training program so student-athletes
can continue their training year-round.
In addition to teaching the undergraduate athletic training
students, the staff provides care on a daily basis to UWM’s
more than 295 student-athletes. This includes prevention and
management of athletic injuries and illness through taping,
bracing, flexibility and strength testing and programs, injury
and illness evaluation, progressive and functional injury rehabilitation, nutrition and dietary analysis, biomechanical analysis
and orthotic care.
The department has also moved into its new home, a state
of the art 5,500-square-foot athletic training facility on the
second floor of the new Pavilion. It includes ample treatment
and rehabilitation spaces, staff offices and a SwimEx hydrotherapy unit and an isokinetic testing and strengthening
Biodex unit.
JOHN OCHSENWALD
RENEE MANOFSKY
Director of Sports Medicine
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Director of Sports Medicine John Ochsenwald oversees the
sports medicine department.
Renee Manofsky is the athletic trainer assigned to the women’s
basketball program and is in her first season at Milwaukee.
Ochsenwald, who assumed his duties in July 1992, supervises assistant
trainers and student trainers in all
sports, and serves as staff athletic
trainer for the men’s soccer program.
He is also a clinical assistant professor
and teacher in the Athletic Training
Education Program.
In addition her women’s basketball
duties, Manofsky also serves as the
athletic trainer for women’s volleyball.
Ochsenwald came to UWM from the
University of Illinois, where he was an
assistant athletic trainer for 10 years.
At Illinois, Ochsenwald worked primarily with the football,
baseball and wrestling teams.
A 1980 graduate of The Ohio State University, Ochsenwald
received his master’s degree from Illinois in 1982. He worked
at Illinois as a graduate assistant athletic trainer before assuming a full-time position there. Ochsenwald and his wife, Jan,
have two children, Jenna and Jamie, and make their home in
Cedarburg.
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The athletic training program also includes a strength and
conditioning, spearheaded by Chuck Serpa, with assistance
from Steven Felde.
Manofsky comes to UWM from
the University of Illinois, where she
completed her master of science in
athletic training in 2005. While with
the Fighting Illini, she was the head
athletic trainer for women’s swimming and diving and softball. In this
position, she handled prevention of injury, rehabilitation programs and physician referrals, among other things. Manofsky
was also a clinical instructor and teaching assistant, while
working towards completion of her masters.
Manofsky received her bachelor of science in athletic training
from Eastern Michigan in 2003. As an undergraduate at EMU,
she spent time as an intern at Fraser High School in Fraser,
Mich., working with the boys’ basketball and girls’ volleyball
programs. She also spent the 2002 season working with the
Eastern Michigan women’s volleyball team.
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Horizon League
In its 28th year, the Horizon League continues to aspire toward its goal of being one of the nation’s leading athletics
conferences while being recognized as a leader in the development of student-athletes as leaders and role models.
The Horizon League membership features nine public and private institutions that have impressive academic reputations
and a storied tradition of broad-based athletic programs. Current membership includes Butler University, Cleveland State
University, the University of Detroit Mercy, the University of
Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, the University
of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wright State University and Youngstown State University. Valparaiso University will officially join on July 1, 2007,
expanding the League to 10 members.
The Horizon League, headquartered in Indianapolis, sponsors competition in 19 sports – nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis) and
10 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball,
swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track
and field, tennis and volleyball). In all sports, all teams participate in their respective postseason League championships
regardless of regular-season performance, allowing all student-athletes an opportunity to qualify for NCAA championships. The League receives automatic bids to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s
golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s
tennis, and women’s volleyball.
• A PROUD HISTORY
Founded in 1979 as the Midwestern City Conference with six
charter members, the League changed its name to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference in 1985 and added women’s
sports for the 1986-87 academic year. Charter members of
the conference included current members Butler and Loyola
as well as the University of Evansville, Oklahoma City University, Oral Roberts University and Xavier University. Among
other current members, Detroit joined in 1980 and Cleveland State, UIC, UW-Green Bay, Milwaukee and Wright State
came aboard in 1994 (along with Northern Illinois University). Youngstown State joined in 2001. On June 4, 2001, the
Horizon League unveiled its current name and ushered in a
new dynamic direction that has brought the League closer
to its stated goal of being one of the nation’s top 10 conferences with a focus on enhancing the student-athletes experience by upgrading the League’s market and competitive
positions.
•ATHLETIC SUCCESS
In the past few years, the Horizon League has enjoyed unprecedented success on the national stage, highlighted by
two Sweet 16 appearances (Butler 2003, Milwaukee 2005)
and five wins in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship
in the past four seasons, including Milwaukee’s victory over
the University of Oklahoma this past March. In other sports,
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League teams have won at least one game in their respective
NCAA Championships each of the last four seasons in men’s
soccer (Milwaukee 2002-05), the last two in women’s soccer
(Detroit 2004, Milwaukee 2005) and four of the last five in
softball (UIC 2002, 2004; Wright State 2003; UW-Green Bay
2005). Butler’s Victoria Mitchell became the League’s first
NCAA individual champion when she won the 3,000-meter
steeplechase at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field
Championships and then finished fourth at the 2005 NCAA
Cross Country Championships.
• ACADEMIC SUCCESS
Horizon League student-athletes also excel in the classroom
as more than 500 have been named to the Academic Honor
Roll each of the past three semesters for carrying a gradepoint average of 3.25 or better. Thirty-five student-athletes
were named to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District teams in 2005-06 and 11 earned Academic All-America
honors, including two first-team selections.
• COMMUNITY SERVICE
In addition to its athletics success, the Horizon League has
secured a well-earned reputation for its community service
initiatives. Each January, member institutions partner with
local elementary schools for an art, music and essay contest
highlighting the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with winners recognized at League games on the weekend of MLK
Day. The Horizon League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee also has continued a tradition of working with youth
at the Kaleidoscope Youth Center in Indianapolis during its
annual summer meeting. On campus, student-athletes have
raised money and awareness for such causes as breast cancer, diabetes and hurricane relief, while hosting blood drives,
neighborhood clean-ups, Big Brother/Big Sister programs
and more.
• DEMOGRAPHICS
Horizon League institutions boast a combined enrollment
of more than 130,000 plus nearly 700,000 living alumni centered in the League’s Midwest footprint. League media markets include five of the nation’s top 35 in Chicago, Detroit,
Cleveland, Indianapolis and Milwaukee, covering more than
nine million television households and encompassing nine
percent of the nation’s television audience.
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The Klotsche Center
THIS IS UWM
KLOTSCHE CENTER - THE HOME OF UWM BASKETBALL
The J. Martin Klotsche Center is the home
of the Panther basketball.
The Klotsche Center was originally
erected in 1977 and a major addition to
the facility - named The Pavilion - was
completed in January of 2006. The $45
million project added new office space,
weight rooms, locker rooms, team rooms
and a practice and intramural gymnasium with an upper-level running track.
The project has also included renovations to the existing Klotsche Center,
including air conditioning, a new sound
system and new concession stands for
the arena.
Prior to this project, which broke ground
in May of 2003, the latest renovations to
the existing building had come prior to
the 1998-99 school year. The $2 million
project including the addition of comfort
and chairback seating.
In 1996, new wood flooring and a new
indoor track were added to the Klotsche
Center. The floor has been renovated as
recently as this past summer with the addition of the new Horizon League logo,
and the addition of the new Panther
and UWM logos was completed in the
summer of 1999.
The Klotsche Center is a comfortable
practice home for Panther basketball
with access to multiple courts and
baskets during their workouts while
also housing training facilities, weight
facilities and more, all within close
proximity.
The on-campus Klotsche Center also
helped develop a strong homecourt
advantage for the UWM basketball
program.
The Panthers have won 90 games over
their last 10 seasons at home, including
a 13-3 record last season. In all, UWM has
posted a 241-124 record all-time on its
home floor.
The Klotsche Center can hold as many
as 5,000 spectators for a sporting event,
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The Klotsche Center was filled to the rafters when the Panther men took on
Wisconsin in 2002. It was the third-largest crowd in Klotsche Center history.
and the volleyball capacity is approximately 2,000. The largest crowd to ever
see a sporting event at the Klotsche
Center is 5,015, present when the UWM
men’s basketball team faced Butler in
the 2002-03 season. The record for a
volleyball crowd at the Klotsche Center
is 1,012, set when UWM defeated ninthranked Wisconsin Sept. 1, 1999.
The Klotsche Center is used as a practice
facility for most of UWM’s varsity sports,
and still serves as the homecourt for volleyball and women’s basketball.
A four-lane indoor track, added in 1996,
is home to the UWM men’s and women’s
track and field teams, and the Klotsche
Center pool, located on the lower level,
is home to the UWM swimming and
diving teams.
The Klotsche Center has been the site
of a number of major sporting events,
including the the 2006 Horizon League
Women’s Basketball Championship
after previously hosting the event in
2004. The Klotsche Center has also been
hom to the 1999 MCC Indoor Track and
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Field Championships, the 2001 Horizon
League Women’s Volleyball Championship and the 2002 Horizon League Track
and Field Championships.
In August of 2002, the Klotsche Center
played host to a game involving the
Yugoslavian National Basketball team
and NBA superstar Vlade Divac.The team
wound up winning the World Basketball
Championships. The arena also played
host to an appearance by President
George W. Bush that same month.
The Klotsche Center is also home to
UWM’s intramural program and also
serves as the University’s recreation
center. It features a 25-meter pool, racquetball courts, weight rooms, training
rooms and classrooms for instructional
use. The new construction is creating
additional usage space for both athletics
and the university community.
The University’s first Convocation was
held in the Klotsche Center on Oct. 16,
1998, and a number of campus events
continue to be scheduled for the facility.
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• 3-POINT PERCENT (MIN. 5 ATT.)
1.000, Daryl Schaffeld, 2/27/99 vs. UIC
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
• MINUTES PLAYED
47, Teri Stoltenberg, 1/19/00 vs. Valparaiso (OT)
• FREE THROWS MADE
18, Corrin Von Wald, 1/19/00 vs. Valparaiso (OT)
• POINTS
31, Jessica Wilhite, 12/4/02 vs. Northern Illinois
• FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
18, Corrin Von Wald, 1/19/00 vs. Valparaiso (OT)
• STEALS
7, Jessica Wilhite, 12/13/02 vs. New Hampshire
The Klotsche Center
KLOTSCHE CENTER RECORDS
TEAM RECORDS
• BLOCKS
6, Maria Viall, 11/22/02 vs. Purdue
• MOST POINTS
102 vs. Detroit, 1/19/02
• REBOUNDS
21, Traci Edwards, 2/13/06 vs. UW-Green Bay
21, Maria Viall, 12/1/03 vs. Loyola
21, Teresa Teske, 2/9/91 vs. UW-Parkside
• 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
14 vs. Youngstown St., 2/2/02
• FREE THROWS MADE
38 vs. Nebraska, 12/13/97
• ASSISTS
14, Pam Bartnik, 1/17/94 vs. Cleveland St.
• FREE THROW PCT.
.950 vs. Cleveland St., 2/12/00
• FIELD GOALS MADE
14, Maria Viall, 12/28/01 vs. St. Mary’s (CA)
• FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
23, Jen Greger, 3/7/97, vs. Detroit
23, Niki Flack, 12/19/93 vs. Northeastern Illinois
• FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN 10 MADE)
.833, Kimberly Becker, 2/27/03 vs. Wright State
• MOST REBOUNDS
60 vs. NE Illinois, 1/22/91
• ASSISTS
28 vs. C. Michigan, 12/17/00
• STEALS
22 vs. Furman, 11/28/98
• 3-POINTERS MADE
8, Jessica Wilhite, 12/4/02 vs. Northern Illinois
PANTHERS ALL-TIME AT HOME
YEAR
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
W
1
1
2
3
4
0
1
3
6
6
7
12
8
11
7
10
12
9
L
PCT.
1 .500
1 .500
2 .500
4 .429
3 .571
7 .000
7 .143
5 .375
2 .750
6 .500
4 .636
2 .857
1 .889
0 1.000
4 .636
2 .835
0 1.000
3 .750
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YEAR
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
TOTAL
W
L
9 3
6 4
13 3
9 1
8 6
2 8
3 9
10 2
7 5
6 5
8 4
11 2
9 3
8 5
11 2
7 5
13 3
241 124
PCT.
.750
.600
.813
.900
571
.200
.250
.835
.583
.545
.667
.846
.750
.615
.846
.583
.813
.660
Tickets for UWM women’s basketball games are available at all
Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at 414-276-4545 or online at
ticketmaster.com. Prices range from $8-$10 for adults.
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The Pavilion
THIS IS UWM
Milwaukee Panthers
THE PAVILION
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s newest on-campus
building is the Pavilion, which is the home of UWM Athletics. The Pavilion officially opened its doors to the public in
January of 2006, though some work on the structure and the
adjacent grounds continued throughout the year. The building was officially dedicated by Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle
and UWM Chancellor Carlos Santiago on May 2, 2006.
Among the new athletics facilities in the building are offices
for coaches and staff, a student-athlete-only weight room,
new locker rooms for all teams and team rooms and lounges
for men’s basketball, women’s basketball and women’s volleyball.
UWM student-athletes are also benefitting from the brandnew sports medicine center in the Pavilion, which more than
triples the previous space available for UWM’s athletic trainers. The facility also includes a 2,800-square-foot academic
assistance center to help student-athletes in the classroom.
The new academic center includes a computer lab along with
group and individual study and tutoring rooms. A 618-space
indoor parking garage is also part of the facility.
“Success leaves clues, and with our entire athletic program
ranking as the most successful in the league year after year,
we now have something that really proves that,” UWM men’s
basketball head coach Rob Jeter said. “The Pavilion is a great
place, not just for our team to train but for our players to have
the academic assistance center and resources right here. Our
athletic training facility is outstanding – it is on par with places like Wisconsin and Marquette that I have been previously.
The locker rooms, the team rooms, the weight room – this is
a big-time college atmosphere now. It has all the right pieces
to make this an even more successful athletic program.”
UWM’s general student population is also benefitting tremendously from the new facility. A new fitness center has expansive rooms for cardio workouts, as well as a weight room.
The state-of-the-art area is the most visible from the outside
of the facility, as it features two levels of windows. The new
recreation center has two expansive levels and houses four
sport courts surrounded by a suspended 1/8 mile track. The
facility is utilized by individuals seeking open gym space, run
and walk space on the track, and the University’s intramural
programs. The building also includes academic facilities for
the College of Health Sciences along with accommodations
for the new Physical Therapy and expanded Sports Medicine
programs.
The $40 million project, which broke ground in June of 2003,
came in below budget. Half of the funding is coming from
UWM parking fees, while the other half is from state funds
and student segregated fees. The athletic department has
also undertaken a variety of fundraising efforts for even
greater enhancements within its space in the facility. The
most distinctive feature of the 135,000-gross-square-foot Pavilion is the extensive use of glass “walls,” creating a feeling of
openness and allowing expansive views of nearby Downer
Woods and the campus.
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The exterior of the Pavilion (top), the new auxilary gym
(middle) and the student-athlete computer lab
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Traci Edwards (left) and Molly O’Brien (right) answer questions
following UWM’s NCAA Tournament First Round game with Michigan State
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Covering Panther Basketball
MEDIA INFORMATION
• WELCOME TO UWM BASKETBALL
The UWM Sports Information Department welcomes your
coverage of the 2006-07 UWM women’s basketball team. Assistant Sports Information Director Kevin Conway serves as
the main contact for women’s basketball. He can be reached
in the office at (414) 229-2413, by cell phone at (414) 750-0298
or by e-mail at [email protected]
• GETTING THE INFORMATION
The sports information office produces a game notes packet
for every women’s basketball game, as well as releases for
other special announcements and events. To be added to an
electronic mailing list for prompt delivery of those releases
to your home or office computer, contact Kevin Conway. The
releases can also be distributed via fax and are available in the
media room prior to every UWM women’s basketball game.
• INTERVIEW REQUESTS
Head coach Sandy Botham and members of the UWM women’s
basketball team are available to the media on a regular basis
following practice. Arrangements for phone interviews can also
be made, but should be made through the sports information
department. Requests for interviews on game days must be
made in advance.
• PREGAME MEDIA SERVICES
The Klotsche Center Media Room is open 90 minutes prior to
the scheduled tipoff. Game notes, programs, media guides,
updated team and league statistics, plus other special information, will be available in the media room at that time. A
pregame meal is served in the media room approximately
one hour prior to the tipoff. Starting lineups will be available
courtside approximately 10 minutes prior to the tipoff.
• POSTGAME MEDIA SERVICES
The media room will be the site of all post-game media conferences.The visiting coach and requested players will be brought
to the media room following a 10-minute cooling-off period,
followed by UWM players and UWM head coach Sandy Botham. A member of the UWM Sports Information Department
staff will ask members of the media which players they would
like to speak to approximately five minutes prior to the conclusion of the game. One-on-one interviews can be arranged
through the UWM Sports Information Department, but most
requests will not be fulfilled until the regularly-scheduled
media conference is complete.
• INTERNET INFORMATION
All UWM women’s basketball information is also available on
the internet at www.uwmpanthers.com. Game notes, recaps,
stats, box scores and features are all posted on the site.
AREA NEWSPAPERS
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MILWAUKEE TELEVISION
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WIRE SERVICES
Associated Press
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KEVIN CONWAY
Sports Information Director
Asst. Sports Information Director
Kevin O’Connor is in his seventh year as the sports information
director at UWM.
A 2003 graduate of UWM, Kevin Conway is in his third year as
an assistant sports information director.
O’Connor joined the UWM staff in
October of 2000 and is the main contact for men’s basketball, women’s
volleyball and tennis. He also serves
as a special assistant to Director
of Athletics Bud Haidet on special
events.
Conway is the main contact for women’s soccer, women’s basketball, track
and field and cross country, while also
handling much of the design work
for UWM media guide covers, posters
and other publicity materials.
Prior to coming to UWM, O’Connor
established a wide-ranging media
background. He was the program
director at WOSH Radio in Oshkosh,
Wis., where he served as the play-by-play voice for UW-Oshkosh basketball and the voice of the NCAA Division III College World Series. O’Connor was also responsible for station
operations, including budgeting, promotions, programming
and community involvement.
O’Connor also worked as the news director, sports director
and program director of WPVL Radio in Platteville, Wis. He was
actively involved in the broadcast coverage of UW-Platteville
sports, broadcasting two NCAA Division III National Championships and a third at WSUP Radio in Platteville.
O’Connor’s media background also includes time as a student
assistant and interim sports information director at UW-Platteville. He also has worked for the Associated Press and done
freelance work for the Wisconsin State Journal and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel while also working as a regular contributor
to D3Hoops.com. O’Connor also spent a year as an on-air host
and producer at WAUK Radio in Waukesha, Wis.
MILWAUKEE SPORTS INFORMATION
Assistant SID/WBB Contact: .................................Kevin Conway
Sports Information Director:............................ Kevin O’Connor
Asst. Sports Information Director:...............................Chris Zills
Press Row Phone:...................................................(414) 229-6276
Website:..................................................www.uwmpanthers.com
Conway Office/Cell:.............................414-229-2413/750-0298
Conway E-Mail: ............................................ [email protected]
O’Connor Office/Cell:..........................414-229-5674/750-2091
O’Connor E-Mail: ................................................... [email protected]
Zills Office/Cell:.....................................414-229-4593/750-2090
Zills E-Mail:.....[email protected]uwm.edu
SID Office Fax: ........................................................... 414-229-6759
Shipping Address:.........UWM Athletics - Sports Information
..................................................................UWM Pavilion, Room 140
..........................................................................Milwaukee, WI 53211
www.uwmpanthers.com
Prior to returning to UWM in 2004,
Conway spent a year as a media
relations intern at Miami (Ohio) University. He was the school’s contact
for women’s soccer, swimming and
diving, track and field, cross country
and softball.
Milwaukee Sports Information
KEVIN O’CONNOR
As an undergraduate at UWM, Conway worked in the sports
information office performing a variety of duties, working
extensively on Horizon League Championships for men’s and
women’s soccer and men’s basketball. He also produced the
2002 and 2003 baseball media guides.
CHRIS ZILLS
Asst. Sports Information Director
Chris Zills is in his second year as an assistant sports information director at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Zills is the primary media relations
contact for men’s soccer, swimming
and diving and baseball. He is also
assisting SID Kevin O’Connor with
men’s basketball.
Zills came to UWM from Marian College in Fond du Lac, where he spent
the last four-and-a-half years as the
school’s sports information director.
Zills, a Wisconsin native who earned
his undergraduate degree from UWLaCrosse, has also worked for the LaCrosse Bobcats in the
Continental Basketball Association and served an internship
with the Milwaukee Brewers.
At Marian, Zills was responsible for the promotion and media
relations activities for the entire Division III athletic department
and its 12 varsity sports. Zills was regularly honored by the College Sports Information Directors Association of America for
his various publications. He also served as the secretary and
director of public relations for the Midwest Collegiate Hockey
Association, of which Marian is a member.
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Horizon League Communications
MEDIA INFORMATION
The Horizon League Communications Office coordinates
communications for the league’s 19 sports, including women’s
basketball. Media services for basketball include a pre-season prospectus and media guide, weekly press releases and
daily statistical updates. The Horizon League also maintains a
website at www.horizonleague.org, The site includes weekly
releases, league tournament information, history and more.
Will Roleson is the Assistant Commissioner for Communications for the league. Roleson leads the communications efforts
with the assistance of Robert Hester, Nate Flannery and Amber
Feldman.
Roleson joined the Horizon League staff three summers ago
after spending the previous five years as Sports Information
Director at Kent State University. As SID at Kent State, Roleson
handled media relations for an 18-sport program and managed a staff that included three full-time assistants, a historian
and various students. He was the primary media contact for
Kent State’s Division I-A football program for five years and
the men’s basketball team from 2000-2002, during which time
the Golden Flashes twice advanced to the NCAA Tournament,
including a run to the “Elite Eight” in 2002. Prior to being named
SID at Kent State in 1999, Roleson was an assistant SID at the
school for three years, working primarily with the women’s
basketball, softball and soccer teams.
Roleson also served as co-chair of the Indianapolis Local Organizing Committee’s media services committee for the 2006
NCAA Men’s Final Four.
Robert Hester is in his second year with the league and serves
HORIZON LEAGUE COMMUNICATIONS CONTACT INFORMATION
Nate Flannery Phone............................................317-237-5604
Nate Flannery E-Mail [email protected]
Will Roleson Phone ...............................................317-237-5606
Will Roleson [email protected]
Robert Hester Phone ............................................317-237-5621
Robert Hester E-Mail [email protected]
Amber Feldman Phone .......................................317-237-5628
Amber Feldman E-Mail ........ [email protected]
Office Fax ..................................................................317-237-5620
Shipping Address ...................................... Pan American Plaza
............................................................. 201 South Capitol Avenue
...............................................................................................Suite 500
......................................................................Indianapolis, IN 46225
as the main contact for men’s basketball, men’s soccer and
baseball. Hester worked previously at Northern Illinois University, where he served for nine years as an assistant and associate
sports information director. In addition to his sport responsibilities, Hester serves as the league’s publications manager and
men’s basketball tournament media manager. He assisted with
media services for the 2006 Final Four in Indianapolis.
Joining the staff in November of 2005, Nate Flannery serves as
contact for women’s basketball, women’s soccer and softball.
He most recently worked with the Indianapolis Indians Triple-A
affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Flannery is also the league’s
website manager and also assisted with media services during
last year’s men’s basketball Final Four.
Amber Feldman a works as a full-time intern in the communications office. Feldman has also been an intern in the NCAA
statistics offce before joining the Horizon League. She is serving as the primary contact for volleyball, swimming and diving,
cross country and track and field.
www.horizonleague.org
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MEDIA INFORMATION
UWM ON TV
Radio Play-By-Play
Scott Warras is in his first season as
the radio voice of Milwaukee women’s
basketball. Warras will call play-by-play
for every women’s basketball game this
season, while also serving as host for the
Sandy Botham Radio Show.
He is no stranger to
Panthers’ athletics,
however, as he has
served as studio
engineer for men’s
basketball broadcasts the past three
seasons.
Warras is a 2003
graduate of Wisconsin Lutheran College where he continues to serve as
the school’s radio play-by-play voice
for football as well as both men’s and
women’s basketball.
In addition to his play-by-play duties,
Warras co-hosts “Good Day Milwaukee”,
weekday mornings on AM920 WOKY, and
is a producer at News/Talk 1130 WISN.
A resident of West Allis, Wis., Scott also
serves as a high school baseball umpire
and youth basketball coach.
HORIZON LEAGUE
WEBCASTING
The Horizon League and CSTV Networks are now in the second season
of an extended partnership to provide free live video webcasts of all
conference men’s and women’s basketball games not otherwise cleared
on television outlets.
The webcasted games, which also
will be archived for later viewing, can
be accessed via the “All- Access” link
on the League’s official web site. In
addition, some televised games may
also be available via CSTV.com. Unlike many video web casts, all games
will be available free, provided viewers have registered on the site.
www.uwmpanthers.com
Once again this season, select Milwaukee women’s basketball games can
be heard throughout Milwaukee and
Southeastern Wisconsin live on the radio. The 2006-07 season marks the first
that Panther basketball will be aired on
AM920 WOKY.
All games, including the pre-game and
post-game shows, along with the weekly
coaches’ show, can also be heard on the
officially-sanctioned website of UWM
athletics - www.uwmpanthers.com.
Nov. 13
Nov. 17
Nov. 20
Nov. 24
Nov. 25
Dec. 7
Dec. 10
Dec. 23
Dec. 28
Jan. 18
Jan. 27
Feb. 1
Feb. 10
Feb. 15
Feb. 22
March 1
LIVE ON WOKY
@ Miami .............................. 6 p.m.
@ Drake ............................... 7 p.m.
@ Wisconsin ....................... 7 p.m.
vs. San Jose State ............. 5 p.m.
vs. SMU/Bradley............ 5/7 p.m.
vs. Air Force ........................ 7 p.m.
@ North Dakota State..... 2 p.m.
@ La Salle ............................. Noon
vs. Loyola............................. 7 p.m.
vs. Youngstown State ..... 7 p.m.
@ Butler ............................... 1 p.m.
vs. Detroit............................ 7 p.m.
vs. UW-Green Bay............. 2 p.m.
@ Cleveland State ............ 6 p.m.
vs. Butler .............................. 7 p.m.
@ UIC
SANDY BOTHAM RADIO SHOW
UWM on the Air
SCOTT WARRAS
The Panthers will once again make
multiple appearances on TV in the
Milwaukee area. UWM’s Nov. 20 road
game at Wisconsin and its’ Feb. 1
home game against Detroit will be
aired on WMLW. WMLW is available
over the air on Channel 41 and on
Time Warner Cable Channel 7.
LIVE ON WMLW
Nov. 20 at Wisconsin..............7 p.m.
Feb. 1 vs. Detroit...................7 p.m.
Milwaukee will also
make an appearance
on ESPNU when it
takes on UW-Green
Bay in Green Bay on
Jan. 13. In addition, the Horizon
League Championship game will
also be carried live on ESPNU.
LIVE ON ESPNU
Jan. 6 @ UW-Green Bay .......3 p.m.
Mar. 11 Horizon League Championship
Seven Sandy Botham Radio Shows will
be aired live on AM920 WOKY during
the season. The show will be broadcast
live from the Gasthaus in the UWM
Student Union and will feature special
promotions, player interviews and fan
interaction. The first show airs every
Monday from Jan. 22 through March 5
at 6:30 p.m.
LIVE ON WOKY
January 22
January 29
February 5
February 12
February 19
February 26
March 5
SANDY BOTHAM SHOW
The 30-minute Sandy Botham TV
Show will air 10 times during the
regular season and can be see on
WMLW Saturday mornings at 9 a.m.
Ryan Nolan hosts the show, which
will feature highlights, player interviews and insight into the Panthers
from Coach Botham. The show
will begin Jan. 6 and run through
March 10.
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Directions
MEDIA INFORMATION
GETTING TO THE KLOTSCHE CENTER
COMING FROM THE SOUTH OR WEST
Take I-94 to I-794 east. Follow 794 to the Lakefront/Lincoln
Memorial Drive exit. Follow Lincoln Memorial Drive along the
lakeshore until Lincoln turns west and becomes Kenwood Blvd.
Follow Kenwood Blvd. to Downer Ave. Turn right on Downer
to the Klotsche Center.
COMING FROM THE NORTH
Take I-43 to the Capitol Dr. exit. Take a left at the stoplight at
the end of the exit ramp and another left onto Capitol. Follow
Capitol to Downer Ave. Turn right on Downer to the Klotsche
Center.
ACCESSING THE KLOTSCHE CENTER FOR PRACTICE
It is highly recommended that you make arrangements in
advance with the UWM Sports Information Office to access the
Klotsche Center for practices. Typically, a member of the sports
information staff will let escort you through the building from
the main Pavilion entrance on the east side of the building.
Since most UWM practices at the Klotsche Center occur on
weekdays while school is in session, parking in most surface
lots will be extremely limited.The Pavilion parking structure offers the best opportunity for open parking. Parking restrictions
are strictly enforced both on campus and in the surrounding
neighborhoods.
2006-07 SCORERS’ TABLE
PERSONNEL
CHECK OUT THE PANTHERS
ON THE INTERNET
PARKING ADVICE
Chuck Detke
Tom Kaczynski
Pat McCabe
Media members are invited to visit the newly-redesigned
uwmpanthers.com—the officially-sanctioned website of the
UWM Athletic Department—to keep up with all of the latest
information on the Milwaukee women’s basketball program.
The site features game notes and previews prior to gameday,
plus complete game recaps, postgame quotes, box scores and
up-to-date statistics.
Fans can also follow the stats of all home games live online,
while also listening to the games and various other audio
features. The site also features profiles on every UWM women’s
basketball player, as well as special feature stories on the team,
updated throughout the season.
Ray Scolavino
Bob Krawczyk
Plus the website - hosted by the Official College Sports Network - has updated information on all 15 varsity sports at
UWM.
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