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SWAC Women`s Weekly release - Southwestern Athletic Conference
2009 - 2010
Women’s Basketball
March 3, 2010 (Games of Mar. 4, Mar. 6) Kia L. Mason (Women’s Basketball Contact) •[email protected]
ph: (205) 241‐3464 • fax: (205) 297‐9820 Southern Prairie View A&M Alabama A&M Grambling State Texas Southern Alabama State Alcorn State Mississippi Valley State Univ. Arkansas‐Pine Bluff Jackson State SWAC STANDINGS (as of March 3, 2010)
CONFERENCE OVERALL win avg avg win avg avg w l pct. pf pa w l pct. pf pa 12 4 .750 59.9 51.9 18 8 .692 59.1 53.5 15 10 .600 66.8 59.7 12 4 .750 68.9 56.1 10 6 .625 60.8 62.0 14 11 .560 62.2 64.8 10 6 .625 58.3 58.1 13 12 .520 59.3 61.8 9 7 .562 60.7 60.0 12 15 .444 59.1 63.9 6 10 .375 54.4 57.8 9 16 .360 55.1 58.7 6 10 .375 59.5 64.0 6 18 .250 59.2 70.4 6 11 .353 60.6 61.9 9 19 .321 58.8 67.2 6 11 .353 65.2 65.0 7 21 .250 62.5 73.5 4 12 .250 50.1 61.4 5 21 .192 50.3 63.7 UPCOMING GAMES/LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
Thursday, March 4 Jackson State at Alabama A&M, 5:30 p.m.* Grambling State at Alabama State, 5:30 p.m. Mississippi Valley St. at Univ. Arkansas‐Pine Bluff, 5:30 p.m.* Prairie View A&M at Southern, 5:30 p.m.* Texas Southern at Alcorn State, 5:30 p.m.* Saturday, March 6 Texas Southern at Southern, 2 p.m.* Grambling State at Alabama A&M, 2:30 p.m.* Jackson State at Alabama State, 2:30 p.m.* Prairie View A&M at Alcorn State, 2:30 p.m.* Last Week’s Action: Saturday, February 27 Alabama State (49) at Texas Southern (54) Arkansas‐Pine Bluff (44) at Grambling State (54) Southern (74) at Alcorn State (61) Mississippi Valley State (65) at Jackson State (70) Alabama A&M (50) at Prairie View A&M (78) Monday, March 1 Arkansas‐Pine Bluff (64) at Jackson State (67) Alabama A&M (45) at Texas Southern (71) Alabama State (71) at Prairie View A&M (77) Mississippi Valley State (54) at Grambling State (60) streak W2 W2 L2 W7 W2 L3 L3 L2 L2 W2 Last 10 8‐2 6‐4 6‐4 9‐1 5‐5 3‐7 3‐7 5‐5 4‐6 3‐7 INSIDE THE SWAC THIS WEEK
•What’s On Tap: The sprint for the finish line begins Thursdays as the final two SWAC regular‐season games will carry great significance for positioning in the standings heading into next week’s 2010 Farmers SWAC Basketball Tournament. With four current ties in the standings, including the top four positions, several of Thursday’s and Saturday’s match‐ups will prove key in clinching final positions for the championship run. •Key Match‐ups: Prairie View A&M vs. Southern: Thursday’s matchup between the Lady Panthers and Jaguars will be a significant one as the two teams are currently tied for first in the standings. PV dominated SU 67‐48 in its first meeting, however the Jaguars have since won 12 out of 15. Each team will look to get the upper hand in clinching the number #1 seed in the bracket. Grambling State vs. Alabama A&M: This will be a battle of two teams currently tied for third in the rankings. The Bulldogs won the first match up 55‐51 but the Lady Tigers are on the hottest win streak of the conference having won their last seven games. Each team has beat both SU and PV once this season, which could mean a tie breaker scenario depending on various outcomes. Miss. Valley State vs. Arkansas‐Pine Bluff: Currently tied at seventh place, these teams are fighting for an invitation to next week’s big dance. Both teams suffered two critical losses last weekend and will need a win in its only game of the week to separate itself from the bottom of the pack. MVSU won the first meeting 80‐68. •SWAC Tie‐Breaker Procedure: 1) Two‐team ties: a. Head‐to‐Head competition b. Point differential between tied teams in head‐to‐head matchups c. Record against highest seeded team (proceed downward) d. Coin Toss 2) Ties involving three or more teams: a. Record between teams that are tied (Won‐Lost Record) b. If still tied, record against the highest seed & proceed downward c. Coin‐toss SWAC Women’s Basketball Players of the Week
Player Newcomer Gabriell Rosiji Texas Southern 6‐3 • C • JR Dominique Smith Prairie View A&M 5‐10 • G • SO Smith averaged 30.0 points, 3.5 rebounds, 3.0 steals, and 2.0 assists in a pair of wins for the Lady Panthers last week. Smith scored a season‐high 34 points against Alabama A&M on Saturday for her third 30‐plus game of the season. Her efforts helped PV snap a three‐game losing streak and regain a tied for first place position in the standings.
Rosiji averaged 17.5 points, 9.0 rebounds, 3.5 steals and 3.0 assists as the Lady Tigers posted two wins last week. With a 25‐point, 13‐rebound performance against Alabama A&M, Rosiji earned her fourth double‐double of the season while tallying her second highest scoring game of the year. Other Notable Performances
Tanika Jackson (F, Alabama State) – averaged 18.0 points, 16.5 rebounds and 3.0 steals vs. Texas Southern and Prairie View A&M Phenicia Taylor (G, Jackson State) ‐ averaged 18.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists vs. Mississippi Valley State and Univ. Arkansas‐Pine Bluff Rachel Jones (G, Jackson State) – averaged 14.0 points, 5.0 assists, and 4.0 rebounds vs. Mississippi Valley State and Univ. Arkansas‐
Pine Bluff Ka’Neshia Smith (G, Mississippi Valley State) – averaged 12.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists vs. Jackson State and Grambling State Hannah Kador (G, Southern) – had 27 points, 12 rebounds and four steals vs. Alcorn State Jasmine Cannon (G, Texas Southern) – averaged 13.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 7.0 assists and 3.5 steals vs. Alabama State and Alabama A&M Weekly Honors Listing
Wk 1
Player .......................................................Gaati Werema, PVAM
Wk 9
Newcomer ....................................... NaDosha Strickland, TXSO
Wk 2
Player ................................................................. Freda Allen, SU
Newcomer................................................. Latara Darrett, PVAM
Wk 10
Newcomer .............................................. Jasmine Dayne, TXSO
Wk 3
Player ...................................................Candice Thomas, PVAM
Player .................................................... Whiquitta Tobar, AAMU
Newcomer ..........................................Courtney O-Briant, MVSU
Player.................................................... Katrich Williams, AAMU
Newcomer.............................................. Gabrielle Rosigi, TXSO
Wk 11
Newcomer .................................................Latara Darrett, PVAM
Wk 4
Player....................................................... Gaati Werema, PVAM
Player..........................................................Trikeyia East, TXSO
Newcomer............................................... Gabrielle Rosiji, TXSO
Wk 12
Player........................................................ Latara Darrett, PVAM
Newcomer................................................. Latara Darrett, PVAM
Wk 5
Player ...................................................... Tanika Jackson, ALST
Wk 13
Newcomer .................................................Latara Darrett, PVAM
Wk 6
Player........................................................ Latara Darrett, PVAM
Newcomer................................................. Latara Darrett, PVAM
Player .................................................... Secrett Anderson, GSU
Newcomer .............................................................................. n/a
Wk 14
Co-Player ............... Katrich Williams, AAMU/Hannah Kador, SU
Newcomer....................................... NaDosha Strickland, TXSO
Wk 7
Player ........................................................Ashley Brown, MVSU
Newcomer .............................................................................. n/a
Wk 15
Co-Player ..... Katrich Williams, AAMU/Dominique Smith, PVAM
Newcomer..............................................Lenise Stallings, MVSU
Wk 8
Player ...................................................... Tanika Jackson, ALST
Newcomer .................................................Latara Darrett, PVAM
Wk 16
Player...................................................Dominique Smith, PVAM
Newcomer............................................... Gabrielle Rosiji, TXSO
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2009-2010 SWAC Women’s Basketball
Past SWAC Tournament Champions 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 SWAC Men’s & Women’s Basketball Championships
Jackson State Sadie Magee Jackson State Sadie Magee Jackson State Sadie Magee Jackson State Sadie Magee Alcorn State Shirley Walker Mississippi Valley St. Jessie Harris Grambling State Patricia Bibbs Alabama State Ron Mitchell Jackson State Andrew Pennington Alcorn State Shirley Walker Alcorn State Shirley Walker Mississippi Valley St. Jessie Harris Grambling State Patricia Bibbs Jackson State Andrew Pennington Grambling State Patricia Bibbs Grambling State Patricia Bibbs Grambling State David Ponton Grambling State David Ponton Alcorn State Shirley Walker Alcorn State Shirley Walker Southern Sandy Pugh Alabama State Freda Freeman‐Jackson Southern Sandy Pugh Alcorn State Shirley Walker Southern Sandy Pugh Prairie View A&M Cynthia Cooper‐Dyke Jackson State Denise Taylor Prairie View A&M Cynthia Cooper‐Dyke Past SWAC Regular Season Champions 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Jackson State Sadie Magee Jackson State Sadie Magee Alcorn State Shirley Walker Alcorn State Shirley Walker Alcorn State Shirley Walker Grambling State Patricia Bibbs Miss. Valley State Jessie Harris Grambling State Patricia Bibbs Grambling State Patricia Bibbs Alcorn State Shirley Walker Alcorn State Shirley Walker Alcorn State Shirley Walker Southern Herman Hartman Alcorn State Shirley Walker Alcorn State Shirley Walker Grambling State Patricia Bibbs Jackson State Andrew Pennington Alcorn State Shirley Walker Grambling State Patricia Bibbs Grambling State David Ponton Grambling State David Ponton Grambling State David Ponton Alcorn State Shirley Walker Southern Sandy Pugh Alabama State Freda Freeman‐Jackson Jackson State Denise Taylor Alabama State Freda Freeman‐Jackson Alcorn State Shirley Walker Southern Sandy Pugh Jackson State Denise Taylor Jackson State Denise Taylor Prairie View A&M Cynthia Cooper‐Dyke Prairie View A&M Cynthia Copper‐Dyke Prairie View A&M Cynthia Cooper‐Dyke Championship Games to be televised live on ESPNU
Women’s game – 5 p.m. Men’s game – 7:30 p.m. SWAC SPORTS INFORMATION CONTACTS • Alabama A&M (aamusports.com)
WBB contact: Jamilah Corbitt Office phone: 256‐372‐4550 Email: [email protected] •Alabama State (bamastatesports.com) WBB contact: LaTonia Thirston Office phone: 334‐229‐5211 Email: [email protected] •Alcorn State (alcornsports.com) WBB contact: TBD Office phone: 601‐877‐6466 Email: n/a •Grambling State (gsutigers.com) WBB contact: La’Monica Scott Office phone: 318‐274‐6562 Email: [email protected] •Jackson State (jsutigers.com) WBB contact: Jamea Adams‐Ginyard Office phone: 601‐979‐2274 Email: [email protected] 3 | 2009- 2010 SWAC Women’s Basketball
•Mississippi Valley State (mvsu.edu/athletics)
WBB contact: William Bright, Jr. Office phone: 662‐254‐3011 Email: [email protected] •Prairie View A&M (sports.pvamu.edu) WBB contact: Rahim Mohamed Office phone: 936‐261‐9106 Email: [email protected] • Southern (gojagsports.com) WBB contact: Brandon Willis Office phone: 225‐771‐2601 Email: [email protected] • Texas Southern (tsuball.com) WBB contact: Rodney Bush Office phone: 713‐313‐7603 Email: [email protected] • Univ. Ark‐Pine Bluff (uapblionsroar.com) WBB contact: Andrew Roberts Office phone: 870‐575‐7949 Email: [email protected] SWAC Women’s Basketball Tie‐Breakers
Southern – win by 20 vs. Prairie View (3/4) to win tie‐breaker (PV won first meeting 67‐48) ; win tie‐breaker w/ AAMU (split two meetings; +7 point differential); win tie‐breaker w/ GSU (split two meetings; + 14 point differential) Prairie View A&M – win tie‐breaker w/ SU with win or a loss of less than a 19 point margin (PV won 67‐48 in first meeting); win tie‐breaker w/ AAMU (split two meetings; + 22 point differential); win tie‐breaker w/GSU (split two meetings; + 12 point differential) Alabama A&M – lose tie‐breaker w/ SU (split two meetings; ‐7 point differential); lose tie‐breaker w/PVAM (split two meetings; ‐22 point differential); win tie‐breaker w/GSU with a win or a loss of three points or less (beat GSU 55‐51 in first meeting); lose tie‐breaker to TXSO (lost both meetings; head –to‐ head) Grambling State – lose tie‐breaker w/ SU (split two meetings; ‐14 point differential); lose tie‐breaker w/PVAM (split two meetings; ‐12 point differential); win by five vs. AAMU (3/6) to win tie‐breaker (AAMU won first meeting 55‐51); win tie‐breaker w/ TXSO (split two meetings; +1 point differential) Texas Southern – win tie‐breaker w/AAMU (won both meetings); lose tie‐breaker w/GSU (split two meetings; ‐1 point differential) Alabama State – lose tie‐breaker w/ALCN (split two meetings; ‐4 point differential); win tie‐breaker w/MVSU (won both meetings); lose tie‐breaker w/UAPB (split two meetings; ‐12 point differential); win tie‐breaker w/JSU with a win or a loss of less than 13 points (ALST won first meeting 58‐45) Alcorn State – win tie‐breaker w/ALST (split two meetings; +4 point differential); lose tie‐breaker w/ MVSU (split two meetings; ‐9 point differential); lose tie‐breaker w/ UAPB (split two meetings; ‐3 point differential); win tie‐breaker w/JSU (split two meetings; +15 point differential) Mississippi Valley State – lose tie‐breaker w/ALST (lost both meetings); win tie‐breaker w/ ALCN (split two meetings; +9 point differential); win tie‐breaker w/ UAPB with a win or a loss of 11 points or less (beat UAPB 80‐
68 in first meeting); win tie‐breaker w/ JSU (split two meeting; +7 point differential) Arkansas‐Pine Bluff – win tie‐breaker w/ALST (split two meetings; +12 point differential); win tie‐breaker w/ ALCN (split two meetings; +3 point differential); win tie‐breaker w/ MVSU with a win of 13 points or more (MVSU won first meeting 80‐68); win tie‐breaker w/JSU (split two meetings; +16 point differential) Jackson State – win tie‐breaker w/ALST with a win of 14 points or more (ALST won first meeting 58‐45); lose tie‐
breaker w/ ALCN (split two meetings; ‐15 point differential); loss tie‐breaker w/MVSU (split two meetings; ‐7 point differential); lose tie‐breaker w/UAPB (split two meetings; ‐16 point differential) 4 | 2009- 2010 SWAC Women’s Basketball
2009-2010 SWAC Women’s Basketball Preseason Honors
The Southwestern Athletic Conference announced its 2009‐10 Women’s Basketball Preseason All‐Conference honor with Prairie View A&M F Gaati Werema voted as Preseason Player of the Year and Alabama A&M G Katrich Williams selected Preseason Defensive Player of the Year. The Prairie View A&M Lady Panthers, three‐time defending regular season champions and the defending SWAC Tournament Champions, were picked to win their fourth consecutive title. Honors were voted on by the league’s coaches, sports 2009‐2010 Predicted Order of Finish (first place votes in parentheses) pts Prairie View A&M (13) 156 Southern (1) 135 Alabama State 100 Univ. Arkansas‐Pine Bluff (1) 97 Alabama A&M (1) 84 Texas Southern 84 Mississippi Valley State 80 Grambling State 61 Jackson State 54 Alcorn State 29 information departments and selected members of the media. Werema, the reigning SWAC Player of the Year, was fourth in the conference in scoring (12.2 ppg), first in rebounds (7.7 rpg), second in field goal percentage (48.2) and fifth in free throw percentage (75.6). The 6‐foot‐0 senior from Orlando, FL was second in the conference in double‐double games (six) and tied for second in 20‐point games (four). Williams, a 5‐8 senior from Chattanooga, TN, was second in the league in scoring (13.8 ppg), and free‐throw percentage (79.1) and fifth in field goal percentage (33.6). She ranked eighth in the league in steals (1.8) last season, but also posted three 20‐point scoring games for the Bulldogs. Prairie View A&M won 19 consecutive games en route to the Preseason Offensive Player of the Year F Gaati Werema Prairie View A&M Preseason Defensive Player of the Year G Katrich Williams Alabama A&M First Team G Candice Thomas Prairie View A&M G Katrich Williams Alabama A&M F Gaati Werema Prairie View A&M F Freda Allen Southern C Shanice Merritt Alabama State Second Team G Dominique Smith Prairie View A&M G LaQuisha Slaton Univ. Ark‐Pine Bluff F Tanika Johnson Alabama State F Dominisha Johnson Alabama A&M C Shay Holmes Univ. Ark‐Pine Bluff 6‐0 5‐8 Sr. 5‐9 5‐8 6‐0 6‐1 6‐2 Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. 5‐10 5‐6 5‐10 5‐10 6‐1 Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. SWAC regular season and tournament crowns, earning an NCAA Tournament appearance against eventual Final Four team opponent Oklahoma. Joining Werema and Williams on the first team was Prairie View A&M G Candice Thomas, Southern F Freda Allen, and Alabama State C Shanice Merritt. Named second‐team preseason All‐SWAC were guards Dominique Smith (Prairie View A&M) and LaQuisha Slaton (UAPB), forwards Tanika Jackson (Alabama State) and Dominisha Johnson (Alabama A&M) and center Shay Holmes (UAPB). 5 | 2009- 2010 SWAC Women’s Basketball
Gaati Werema Preseason Offensive Player of the Year Sr. Katrich Williams Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Thursday, March 4th Match-Ups
JACKSON STATE at ALABAMA A&M
JSU AAMU Scoring Offense: 50.3 ppg (10) 62.2 ppg (3) Scoring Defense: 63.7 ppg (5) 64.8 ppg (7) Free Throw Pct: .616 (10) .705 (1) Field Goal Pct: .335 (10) .398 (2) 3‐point FG Pct: .248 (10) .294 (4) Rebounding Offense: 37.0 rpg (7) 38.5 rpg (5) 36.0 rpg (1) Rebounding Defense: 37.7 rpg (4) *SWAC ranking in parentheses – AAMU won the first meeting 70‐53
Overall Record: 5‐21 SWAC Record: 4‐12 Head Coach: Denise Taylor GRAMBLING STATE at ALABAMA STATE
GSU MISS. VALLEY STATE
Overall Record: 9‐19 SWAC Record: 6‐11 Head Coach: Nate Kilbert ALST Scoring Offense: 59.3 ppg (4) 55.1 ppg (9) Scoring Defense: 61.8 ppg (4) 58.7 ppg (2) Free Throw Pct: .669 (3) .639 (5) Field Goal Pct: .389 (3) .341 (8) 3‐point FG Pct: .328 (1) .274 (6) Rebounding Offense: 36.3 rpg (9) 40.3 rpg (2) 36.9 rpg (2) Rebounding Defense: 37.6 rpg (3) *SWAC ranking in parentheses – GSU won the first meeting 48‐47 Overall Record: 13‐12 SWAC Record: 10‐6 Head Coach: Donita Rogers Overall Record: 11‐11 SWAC Record: 10‐6 Head Coach: Altherias Warmley at ARK
MVSU Overall Record: 9‐16 SWAC Record: 6‐10 Head Coach: Freda Freeman‐Jackson
– PINE BLUFF
UAPB Scoring Offense: 58.8 ppg (8) 62.5 ppg (2) Scoring Defense: 67.2 ppg (8) 73.5 ppg (10) Free Throw Pct: .624 (8) .661 (4) Field Goal Pct: .352 (7) .373 (5) 3‐point FG Pct: .280 (5) .252 (9) Rebounding Offense: 39.2 rpg (4) 38.1 rpg (6) 42.5 rpg (10) Rebounding Defense: 40.7 rpg (7) *SWAC ranking in parentheses – MVSU won the first meeting 80‐68 Overall Record: 7‐21 SWAC Record: 6‐11 Head Coach: Cary Shelton
PRAIRIE VIEW A&M at SOUTHERN
PVAM Overall Record: 15‐10 SWAC Record: 12‐4 Head Coach: Cynthia Cooper‐Dyke SU Scoring Offense: 66.8 ppg (1) 59.1 ppg (7) Scoring Defense: 59.7 ppg (3) 53.5 ppg (1) Free Throw Pct: .704(2) .626 (7) Field Goal Pct: .426 (1) .369 (6) 3‐point FG Pct: .321 (2) .267 (8) Rebounding Offense: 36.4 rpg (8) 39.3 rpg (3) Rebounding Defense: 38.8 rpg (5) 39.0 rpg (6) *SWAC ranking in parentheses – PVAM won the first meeting 67‐48
Overall Record: 18‐8 SWAC Record: 12‐4 Head Coach: Sandy Pugh TEXAS SOUTHERN at ALCORN STATE
TXSO Overall Record: 12‐15 SWAC Record: 9‐7 Head Coach: Yolanda Wells‐Broughton ALCN Scoring Offense: 59.1 ppg (6) 59.2 ppg (5) 63.9 ppg (6) Scoring Defense: 70.4 ppg (9) Free Throw Pct: .623 (9) .629 (6) Field Goal Pct: .382 (4) .338 (9) 3‐point FG Pct: .274 (7) .296 (3) Rebounding Offense: 40.9 rpg (1) 33.0 rpg (10) 42.3 rpg (9) Rebounding Defense: 41.1 rpg (8) *SWAC ranking in parentheses – TXSO won the first meeting 70‐57 6 | 2009- 2010 SWAC Women’s Basketball
Overall Record: 6‐18 SWAC Record: 6‐10 Head Coach: Tonya Edwards
Saturday, March 6th Match-Ups (stats/records prior to Mar. 4th games)
TEXAS SOUTHERN at SOUTHERN
TXSO SU Scoring Offense: 59.1 ppg (6) 59.1 ppg (7) Overall Record:
4‐7
Scoring Defense: 63.9 ppg (6) 53.5 ppg (1) Free Throw Pct: .623 (9) .626 (7) SWAC Record: 1‐1 Field Goal Pct: .382 (4) .369 (6) 3‐point FG Pct: .274 (7) .267 (8) Rebounding Offense: 40.9 rpg (1) 39.3 rpg (3) 39.0 rpg (6) Rebounding Defense: 41.1 rpg (8) *SWAC ranking in parentheses – TXSO won the first meeting 57‐44 Overall Record: 12‐15 SWAC Record: 9‐7 Head Coach: Yolanda Wells‐Broughton Overall Record: 18‐8 SWAC Record: 12‐4 Head Coach: Sandy Pugh GRAMBLING STATE at ALABAMA A&M
Overall Record: 13‐12 SWAC Record: 10‐6 Head Coach: Donita Rogers GSU AAMU Scoring Offense: 59.3 ppg (4) 62.2 ppg (3) Scoring Defense: 61.8 ppg (4) 64.8 ppg (7) Free Throw Pct: .669 (3) .705 (1) Field Goal Pct: .389 (3) .398 (2) 3‐point FG Pct: .328 (4) .294 (4) Rebounding Offense: 36.3 rpg (9) 38.5 rpg (5) 36.0 rpg (1) Rebounding Defense: 37.6 rpg (3) *SWAC ranking in parentheses – AAMU won the first meeting 55‐51 JACKSON STATE at ALABAMA STATE
Overall Record: 5‐21 SWAC Record: 4‐12 Head Coach: Denise Taylor 50.3 ppg (10) JSU Overall Record: 14‐11 SWAC Record: 10‐6 Head Coach: Altherias Warmley
ALST Scoring Offense: 55.1 ppg (9) Scoring Defense: 63.7 ppg (5) 58.7 ppg (2) Free Throw Pct: .616 (10) .639 (5) Field Goal Pct: .335 (10) .341 (8) 3‐point FG Pct: .248 (10) .274 (6) Rebounding Offense: 37.0 rpg (7) 40.3 rpg (2) 36.9 rpg (2) Rebounding Defense: 37.7 rpg (4) *SWAC ranking in parentheses – ALST won the first meeting 58‐45 Overall Record: 9‐16 SWAC Record: 6‐10 Head Coach: Freda Freeman‐Jackson
PRAIRIE VIEW A&M at ALCORN STATE
66.8 ppg (1) PVAM Overall Record: 15‐10 SWAC Record: 12‐4 Head Coach: Cynthia Cooper‐Dyke ALCN Scoring Offense: 59.2 ppg (5) Scoring Defense: 59.7 ppg (3) 67.2 ppg (8) Free Throw Pct: .704 (2) .629 (6) Field Goal Pct: .426 (1) .338 (9) 3‐point FG Pct: .321 (2) .296(3) Rebounding Offense: 36.4 rpg (8) 33.0 rpg (10) Rebounding Defense: 38.8 rpg (8) 42.3 rpg (9) *SWAC ranking in parentheses – PVAM won the first meeting 76‐‐47 7 | 2009- 2010 SWAC Women’s Basketball
Overall Record: 6‐18 SWAC Record: 6‐10 Head Coach: Tonya Edwards 2009-2010 SWAC Teams at a Glance
Alabama A&M Bulldogs
Alabama State Lady Hornets
Alcorn State Lady Braves
Location: Huntsville, AL Founded: 1875 Enrollment: 6,000 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Maroon and White President: Dr. Andrew Hugine, Jr. (int) Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. Ron Slaughter Director of Athletics: Betty K. Austin SWA: Altherias Warmley Arena/Capacity: T.M. Elmore Gymnasium/6,000 Head WBB Coach: Altherias Warmley Alma Mater: Alabama‐Birmingham (1990) 93‐107/7 yrs Career Record/years: Record at Alabama A&M: 93‐107/7 yrs Assistant Coaches: Dexter Holt Dorianne Johnson 2008‐09 Overall Record: 11‐18 2008‐09 SWAC Record/finish: 9‐9/6th Letterwinners returning/lost: 9/4 Location: Montgomery, AL Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 5,627 Nickname: Hornets Colors: Old Gold and Black President: Dr. William H. Harris Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. John S. Gooden Director of Athletics: Sterling Steward (int) SWA: TBA Arena/Capacity: Joe L. Reed Acadome/7,400 Head WBB Coach: Freda Freeman‐Jackson Alma Mater: Alabama State (1984) Career Record/years: 167‐123/11 yrs Record at Alabama State: 167‐123/11 yrs Assistant Coaches: Clayton Harris Yvette McDaniel, Dorianne Johnson 2008‐09 Overall Record: 14‐16 2008‐09 SWAC Record/finish: 11‐8/T‐2nd Letterwinners returning/lost: 10/8 Location: Alcorn State, MS Founded: 1871 Enrollment: 3,339 Nickname: Lady Braves Colors: Purple and Old Gold President: Dr. George E. Ross Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. John Igwebuike Director of Athletics: Brenda T. Square SWA: LLJuna Weir Arena/Capacity: Davey L Whitney HPER Complex/7,000 Head WBB Coach: Tonya Edwards Alma Mater: B.S. University of Tennessee Career Record/years: 5‐26/ 1 yr Record at Alcorn State: 5‐26/1 yr Assistant Coaches: Cleo Foster 2008‐09 Overall Record: 5‐26 2008‐09 SWAC Record/finish: 4‐14/10th Letterwinners returning/lost: 5/5 Grambling State Lady Tigers
Jackson State Lady Tigers
Mississippi Valley State Devilettes
Location: Grambling, LA Founded: 1901 Enrollment: 5,161 Nickname: Lady Tigers Colors: Black and Gold President: Dr. Horace A. Judson Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. Frank Pogue Director of Athletics: J. Lin Dawson SWA: Sharon Perkins Arena/Capacity: Assembly Center/7,500 Head WBB Coach: Donnita Drain Alma Mater: NW Oklahoma State (1990) 252‐186/11 yrs Career Record/years: Record at Grambling State: 8‐21/1 yr Assistant Coaches: Tony Greene Elaine Powell, Teneisha McKinney 2008‐09 Overall Record: 8‐21 2008‐09 SWAC Record/finish: 6‐12/8th Letterwinners returning/lost: 14/5 Location: Jackson, MS Founded: 1877 Enrollment: 8,416 Nickname: Lady Tigers Colors: Blue and White President: Ronald Mason, Jr. Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. Mary Coleman Director of Athletics: Robert L. Braddy, Sr. SWA: Yolanda Brown Arena/Capacity: Lee E. Williams Athletics and Assembly Center/8,000 Head WBB Coach: Denise Taylor Alma Mater: Texas Southern Career Record/years: 172‐144/12 yrs Record at Jackson State: 90‐61/5 yrs Assistant Coaches: Marc Lowe, Elvis Robinson 2008‐09 Overall Record: 8‐20 2008‐09 SWAC Record/finish: 5‐13/9th Letterwinners returning/lost: 8/6 8 | 2009- 2010 SWAC Women’s Basketball
Location: Itta Bena, MS Founded: 1950 Enrollment: 3,767 Nickname: Delta Devils Colors: Forrest Green and White President: Dr. Donna Oliver Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. Garfield Burke Director of Athletics: Donald Sims (Int) SWA: TBA Arena/Capacity: R.W. Harrison Complex/10,000 Head WBB Coach: Nate Kilbert Alma Mater: Mississippi Valley State (1987) Career Record/years: 81‐148/8 yrs Record at Miss. Valley State: 81‐148/8 yrs Assistant Coaches: Alyse Wells‐Kilbert Tasha Thomas‐Davis 2008‐09 Overall Record: 13‐19 2008‐09 SWAC Record/finish: 9‐9/6th Letterwinners returning/lost: 8/5 2009-2010 SWAC Teams at a Glance
Prairie View A&M Lady Panthers
Southern Jaguars
Texas Southern Lady Tigers
Location: Baton Rouge, LA Founded: 1880 Enrollment: 7,803 Nickname: Jaguars Colors: Columbia Blue and Gold Chancellor: Dr. Kofi Lomotey Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. Dana Carpenter Director of Athletics: Greg LaFleur SWA: Pamela Smith Arena/Capacity: F.G. Clark Activity Center/7,500 Head WBB Coach: Sandy Pugh Alma Mater: Northwestern State (1987) 239‐136/13 yrs Career Record/years: Record at Southern: 164‐125/10 yrs Assistant Coaches: Carlos Funchess T.J. Pugh, David Frank 2008‐09 Overall Record: 16‐14 2008‐09 SWAC Record/finish: 11‐7/2nd Letterwinners returning/lost: 9/2 Location: Houston, TX Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 9,500 Nickname: Lady Tigers Colors: Maroon and Gray President: Dr. John Rudley Faculty Athletics Rep: Anna James Director of Athletics: Charles McClelland SWA: Dr. Dwalah Fisher Arena/Capacity: H&PE Arena/8,100 Head WBB Coach: Yolanda Wells‐Broughton Alma Mater: Grambling State (1994) Career Record/years: 10‐20/1 yr Record at Texas Southern: 10‐20/1 yr Assistant Coaches: Wesley Brooks Narleski Wyrick, Leah Frazier‐Dixon 2008‐09 Overall Record: 10‐20 2008‐09 SWAC Record/finish: 8‐10/7th Letterwinners returning/lost: 6/3 2009 SWAC Women’s Basketball Champions
Location: Prairie View, TX Founded: 1876 Enrollment: 8,080 Nickname: Panthers Colors: Purple and Gold President: Dr. George C. Wright Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. Clinnon Harvey Director of Athletics: Fred Washington SWA: Alicia Pete Arena/Capacity: William “Billy” Nicks Field House/ 5,520 Head WBB Coach: Cynthia Cooper‐Dyke Alma Mater: USC (1986) Career Record/years: 71‐58/4 yrs Record at Prairie View A&M: 71‐58/4 yrs Assistant Coaches: Ashley McGruder Toyelle Wilson, Ortega McDavid 2008‐09 Overall Record: 23‐11 2008‐09 SWAC Record/finish: 17‐1/1st 5/2 Letterwinners returning/lost: Arkansas-Pine Bluff Lady Lions
Location: Pine Bluff, AR Founded: 1873 Enrollment: 3,800 Nickname: Lady Lions Colors: Black and Gold Chancellor: Dr. Lawrence A. Davis, Jr. Faculty Athletics Rep: Antonio Rice Director of Athletics: Louis “Skip” Perkins Jr. SWA: Kawanza Bibles Arena/Capacity: H.O. Clemmons/4,500 Head WBB Coach: Cary Shelton Alma Mater: Arkansas State (2005) st
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