UAB Blazers

Report 7 Downloads 122 Views

Bianca Dufelmeier. G. 6.1. 4.0. 31. 13. 1. 20 Deanna ... Mobile, Ala./Blount HS. 4. Bianca Dufelmeier. G. 5-6 ... Hoover, Ala./Lawson State CC. 34. Bailee Wolfe. F.

1

Game 11 Eleven | vs.|Samford vs. Samford | Birmingham, Ala. | Dec. 21, 2015 | 1 p.m. CT

UAB Blazers 2015-16 Women’s Basketball

UAB Women’s Basketball Contact: Andrew Elaimy Athletics Communications Associate O: 205-934-0725 | C: 509-868-7520 Email: [email protected]

2 NCAA Appearances (Sweet 16) • 5 WNIT Appearances • 2011 WBI Champions

GAME AT A GLANCE

2015-16 Schedule Date Opponent October 31 Mississippi College (EXH.)

Time W, 75-36

NOVEMBER 5 MILES (EXH.) 13 at Auburn 15 at Belmont 20 South Carolina State 22 at Florida State 2015 Cancun Challenge 26 vs High Point 27 vs NC State DECEMBER 3 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 5 Mississippi Valley State 13 at South Alabama 18 Troy 21 Samford

W, 76-44 L, 85-71 L ,63-62 W, 71-38 L, 84-44 W, 56-46 L, 67-56 W, 82-32. W, 80-33 W , 53-39 W, 89-67 1 p.m.

JANUARY 3 at Middle Tennessee* 7 at UTSA* 10 at FIU* 14 Old Dominion* 16 Charlotte* 21 at Rice* 23 at North Texas* 28 WKU* 30 Marshall*

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

FEBRUARY 4 at FIU* 6 at FAU* 11 Southern Miss* 13 LA Tech* 21 Middle Tennessee* 25 at Marshall* 27 at WKU*

6 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m.

MARCH 3 FIU* 5 FAU* 8-11 C-USA Tournament

7 p.m. 2 p.m. Birmingham, Ala.

* denotes Conference USA game Bold denotes home game All times CT unless otherwise noted

Facebook.com/UABWBB

DATE: Dec. 21, 2015 VENUE: Bartow Arena SERIES: UAB leads, 3-1 LAST MEETING: Dec. 6, 2014, Samford won, 70-41. RADIO (Free): UABsports.com WATCH: UABsports.com LIVE STATS: UABsports.com TWITTER: @UAB_WBB FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/UABWBB

UAB

Samford

Record: 6-4 C-USA Record: 0-0 Head Coach: Randy Norton Career/Yrs: 40-32/3rd School/Yrs: 40-32/3rd

Record: 7-5 SOCON Record: 0-0 Head Coach: Mike Morris Career/Yrs: 229-177/14th School/Yrs: 229-177/14th

BLAZERS

Bulldogs

BLAZER BITS »» The Blazers are 3-1 all-time against Samford. The Bulldogs picked up their first win in the series on Dec. 6, 2014 by a score of 70-41. »» After missing the previous game against South Alabama senior Chelsee Black recorded her career-high vs. Troy with 31 points and five treys. »» In four home games this season UAB is defeating opponents by an average margin of 38.0 points per game. »» Brittany Winborne is currently leading C-USA in rebounding with 9.3 per game. »» Deanna Kuzmanic is the only freshman in Conference USA to lead her team in minutes played.

PROBABLE STARTERS

No. Name 4 Bianca Dufelmeier 20 Deanna Kuzmanic 21 Chelsee Black 12 Keonna Farmer 15 Brittany Winborne

Position Pts. G 6.1 G 13.1 G 13.8 F 10.1 F 9.5

Rebs A Stls Blks 4.0 31 13 1 2.8 17 13 3 2.0 31 5 0 7.1 13 9 1 9.3 14 7 14

No. Name 2 Whytney Singleton 11 Janeka Williams 14 T’erra Lewis 22 Maya Garland 23 Kayla Anderson 24 Kara Rawls 41 Dy’man Webb

Position Pts. Rebs G 2.3 1.0 G 0.2 0.7 G 2.8 1.1 G 2.6 2.4 F 3.1 2.5 F 2.6 3.3 F 2.4 2.6

RESERVES

@UAB_WBB

A 4 3 9 15 1 5 5

Stls Blks 2 1 2 0 3 1 3 0 4 10 3 1 2 0

uabathletics

2

Game Eleven | vs. Samford

2015-16 UAB Numerical Roster No. 2 4 11 12 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 34 41

Name Whytney Singleton Bianca Dufelmeier Janeka Williams Keonna Farmer T’erra Lewis Brittany Winborne Deanna Kuzmanic Chelsee Black Maya Garland Kayla Anderson Kara Rawls Bailee Wolfe Dy’man Webb

Pos. G G G F G F G G G F G/F F F

Ht. 5-6 5-6 5-6 6-0 5-6 6-0 5-9 5-6 5-7 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-1

Yr./Elg. SO RS SR. JR. SR SO. SR. FR. SR. SO. SR. JR. FR. SR.

Hometown/Last School Mobile, Ala./Blount HS Canberra, Australia/Kirkwood (Iowa) CC Memphis, Tenn./East (Memphis) HS Birmingham/Auburn Montgomery, Ala./Robert E. Lee HS Baltimore, Md./Catholic HS Wheeling, Ill./Wheeling HS Bessemer, Ala./Bessemer City HS River Forest, Ill./Fenwick HS Hoover, Ala./Hoover HS Hoover, Ala./Lawson State CC Lakeland, Fla./Bartow HS Flint, Mich./Flint Hamady HS

2015-16 UAB Alphabetical Roster No. 23 21 4 12 22 20 14 24 2 41 11 15 34

Name Kayla Anderson Chelsee Black Bianca Dufelmeier Keonna Farmer Maya Garland Deanna Kuzmanic T’erra Lewis Kara Rawls Whytney Singleton Dy’man Webb Janeka Williams Brittany Winborne Bailee Wolfe

Pos. F G G F G G G G/F G F G F F

Ht. 6-1 5-6 5-6 6-0 5-7 5-9 5-6 6-0 5-8 6-1 5-6 6-0 6-3

Yr./Elg. SR. SR. RS SR. SR SO. FR. SO. JR. SO. SR. JR. SR. FR.

Hometown/Last School Hoover, Ala./Hoover HS Bessemer, Ala./Bessemer City HS Canberra, Australia/Kirkwood (Iowa) CC Birmingham/Auburn River Forest, Ill./Fenwick HS Wheeling, Ill./Wheeling HS Montgomery, Ala./Robert E. Lee HS Hoover, Ala./Lawson State CC Mobile, Ala./Blount HS Flint, Mich./Flint Hamady HS Memphis, Tenn./East (Memphis) HS Baltimore, Md./Catholic HS Lakeland, Fla./Bartow HS

Pronunciation Guide Coaches Head Coach: Randy Norton, 3rd season Associate Head Coach: Taren Martin, 3rd season Assistant Coach: Ashleen Bracey, 3rd season Assistant Coach: Emily Hanley, 2nd season Director of Operations: Amanda Schreck Administrative Assistant: Jill Honeycutt

Facebook.com/UABWBB

Bianca Dufelmeier.........................................................................................................................duffel-meyer T’erra Lewis...........................................................................................................................................Tee-ERA Dy’Man Webb.......................................................................................................................................DIE-man Janeka Williams...............................................................................................................................Ja-Knee-ka

@UAB_WBB

uabathletics

3

Game Eleven | vs. Samford 2015-16 C-USA Stats Scoring Margin 1. Marshall (+17.8)......................................................................................8 games 2. UTEP (+16.3)......................................................................................... 10 games 3. UAB (+11.0).........................................................................10 games 4. WKU (+10.0)........................................................................................... 9 games 5. Charlotte (+7.9)....................................................................................... 9 games

Home-Court Advantage UAB has started the 2015-16 home schedule off the same way it finished last season’s. The Blazers are 4-0 at home after decisive victories over South Carolina State, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Mississippi Valley State and Troy. The Blazers are 23-10 at Bartow Arena under head coach Randy Norton and are looking to make it 12 straight home wins on Monday. The 2014-15 season was the most home wins since the 2000-01 season and just the fourth time UAB has had 12 or more wins since it began playing inside Bartow Arena.

Scoring Defense 1. UTEP (55.2)........................................................................................... 10 games 2. UAB (55.4)........................................................................... 10 games 3. Southern Miss (57.9)............................................................................... 9 games 4. North Texas (59.4).................................................................................... 9 games Last Time Out 5. Marshall (60.5)........................................................................................ 8 games Rebounding Margin 1. UAB (+10.3).........................................................................10 games 2. Marshall (+ 6.0)....................................................................................... 8 games 3. MTSU (+ 5.7)........................................................................................... 9 games 4. LA Tech (+ 5.5).......................................................................................10 games 5. UTSA (+4.1)............................................................................................. 8 games Field Goal Percentage Defense 1. UTEP (.343)............................................................................................ 10 games 2. Marshall (.352)......................................................................................... 8 games 3. UTSA (.360).............................................................................................. 8 games 4. WKU (.362)............................................................................................... 9 games 5. UAB (.369)...........................................................................10 games

UAB continued it’s rock-solid play at home, knocking off Troy 89-67 Friday night at Bartow Arena. In addition to Chelsee Black’s career-high 31 points, Deanna Kuzmanic tallied 19 points on 5-of-8 shooting from beyond the arc. Brittany Winborne added 14 points and 10 rebounds to record her second consecutive double-double. Cleaning The Glass

Brittany Winborne has been a force in the post all season. The senior forward is first in C-USA in rebounds per game with 9.3. She has also taken advantage of her opportunities on the offensive end of floor. Winborne is fifth in the conference with a 56.1 shooting percentage and is currently averaging 9.5 points per Assists/Turnover Ratio 1. Marshall (1.2)........................................................................................... 8 games game. As a unit UAB is outrebounding opponents 432-329. 2. FAU (1.1).................................................................................................. 8 games 4. Charlotte (1.0).......................................................................................... 9 games 4. WKU (1.0)................................................................................................. 9 games Diaper Dandy 5. UAB (0.9).............................................................................10 games 2015-16 Game-By-Game UAB Miscellaneous Scoring (UAB Total First) Opponent at Auburn at Belmont vs. South Carolina State at Florida State vs. High Point vs. NC State vs. UAPB vs. MVSU at South Alabama vs. Troy

Paint Off T/O 2nd Ch. Fastbreak Bench 22-40 9-15 10-16 0-10 12-25 38-16 12-10 8-13 2-0 15-20 22-12 17-11 25-0 0-7 21-17 6-44 10-22 6-18 3-2 9-12 22-24 10-8 15-7 9-4 8-16 22-28 5-14 9-14 2-2 13-24 32-6 13-6 16-0 6-4 33-14 30-20 26-12 12-4 18-6 22-0 20-14 14-14 13-3 2-7 11-19 24-30 22-23 4-11 2-6 8-23

Freshman guard Deanna Kuzmanic is second on the team in scoring with 13.1 points per game. Kuzmanic is shooting 36.5 percent from beyond the arc and has a team-high 27 triples. She has also tallied 17 total assists and is hauling in 2.8 rebounds per game. Anderson’s Block Party Kayla Anderson, who set the UAB single-season record with 56 blocks as a sophomore, has already recorded ten blocks on the season to pass Deanna Jackson for the most blocks in program history (126). The senior forward will look continue her dominant presence in the paint against Samford Blocked Shots 1. Kayla Anderson (2012-present)................................................ 126 1. Deanna Jackson (1998-2002).................................................................125 3. Meagan Brown (2008-12)......................................................................113 4. Mary Morning (1993-97).......................................................................108 5. Karisma Chapman (2010-14)...................................................................94 6. Shyronda Mifflin (1990-94)......................................................................80 7. Michaelea Kleist (2009-13)......................................................................74 8. TaRonda Randall (2008-12)......................................................................73 9. Kanekia Curry (1990-94)..........................................................................72 10. Michelle Smith (1999-2003)..................................................................68

Facebook.com/UABWBB

@UAB_WBB

uabathletics

4

Game Eleven | vs. Samford

UAB 2015-16 Individual Miscellaneous Statistics Double-Figure Scoring Games Player 13-14 14-15 15-16 Career UAB has played tenacious defense through ten games. The Blazers are holding Whytney Singleton -- -- -- -- opponents to just 55.4 points per game. The Blazers have also enjoyed success on Bianca Dufelmeier -- 1 2 3 the glass, as they lead the league in defensive rebounds (32.9) and rebounding Janeka Williams -- 3 -- 3 margin (+10.3). T’erra Lewis -- -- -- -- Brittany Winborne 3 3 6 12 Chelsee Black 24 20 7 57 Bench Production Maya Garland -- -- -- -Kayla Anderson 4 1 1 6 The UAB reserves played a key role for coach Randy Norton through ten games. Dy’Man Webb 1 3 -- 4 Kayla Anderson has seen her role increase the past five games, and is making her Keonna Farmer -- -- 5 5 time count. She is averaging 3.1 points and 2.5 rebounds per game and has had a -- -- 8 8 huge presence on defense. T’erra Lewis is averaging 2.8 points per game through Deanna Kuzmanic the early part of the season and saw her first start of the season on Sunday with 20-Point Plus Scoring Games Chelsee Black out. Lewis has also dished out 9 assists to compliment Black and Player 13-14 14-15 15-16 Career Dufelmeier. Whytney Singleton -- -- -- -- Bianca Dufelmeier -- -- -- -- At The Line Janeka Williams -- -- -- -- Chelsee Black has yet to miss from the free-throw line in 21 attempts this season. T’erra Lewis -- -- -- -- As a team UAB has increased their average to just over 61 percent. The Blazers Brittany Winborne -- -- -- -- have gotten to the charity strip 231more times then their opponent through eight Chelsee Black 4 1 2 7 games (160-129). Maya Garland -- -- -- -- Kayla Anderson -- -- -- -- Newcomers Dy’Man Webb -- -- -- -- Keonna Farmer -- -- 1 1 In addition to the hot start of freshman Deanna Kuzmanic, sophomore transfer Deanna Kuzmanic -- -- 1 1 Keonna Farmer has been a key factor on the offensive side of the ball. Farmer has started all ten games, averaging 10.1 points per game to go along with 7.1 Double-Figure Rebounding Games rebounds. The 6-0 forward has improved drastically at the free throw line since Player 13-14 14-15 15-16 Career starting 0-13. She is 17-26 (65 percent) since that dry stretch. Whytney Singleton -- -- -- -Bianca Dufelmeier -- 1 -- 1 Coach’s Corner Janeka Williams -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- “We just need to continue to play to the best of our abilities, said UAB head coach T’erra Lewis Brittany Winborne 5 3 5 13 Randy Norton. “Samford has an excellent team of veterans and are very well -- -- -- -- coached. Its an important game for the city to try and build some rivalries and it’ll Chelsee Black Maya Garland -- -- -- -- be a good test for us heading into the conference schedule.” Kayla Anderson 1 -- -- 1 Dy’Man Webb 1 2 -- 3 Keonna Farmer -- -- 2 2 Cancun Challenge All-Tourney Team Deanna Kuzmanic -- -- -- -UAB senior guard Chelsee Black, who scored in double-figures in back-to-back games on Thursday and Friday, was named to the 2015 Cancun Challenge Mayan Double-Doubles Division All-Tournament Team. The Bessemer, Ala. native, has led the Blazers in Player 13-14 14-15 15-16 Career scoring in four games this year. During the event she connected on nine field Whytney Singleton -- -- -- -- goals, knocked down four shots from beyond the arc and was a perfect 5-of-5 Bianca Dufelmeier -- -- -- -- from the free throw line. Janeka Williams -- -- -- -- T’erra Lewis -- -- -- -- Brittany Winborne 2 1 3 6 Chelsee Black -- -- -- -- Maya Garland -- -- -- -- Kayla Anderson -- -- -- -- Dy’Man Webb 1 2 -- 3 Keonna Farmer -- -- 1 1 Deanna Kuzmanic -- -- -- -Defensive Dominates

Facebook.com/UABWBB

@UAB_WBB

uabathletics

5

Game Eleven | vs. Samford UAB Quick Facts

University Name UAB Location Birmingham, Ala. Founded 1969 Enrollment 18,568 Colors Forest Green & Old Gold Nickname Blazers Affiliation NCAA Division I Conference Conference USA Arena Bartow Arena (8,500) President Dr. Ray Watts Athletics Director Mark Ingram SWA Derita Ratcliffe Faculty Athletics Rep Dr. Frank Messina Coaching Staff Head Coach Alma Mater/Year Record at UAB/Years Career Record Assistant Coaches Director of Operations WBB Office Best Time For Interviews History First Year of WBB All-Time Record NCAAs / Last WNITs / Last WBIs / Last

Randy Norton Iowa (1986) 40-32/3 40-32/3 Taren Martin Ashleen Bracey Emily Hanley Amanda Schreck (205) 934-2048 Contact SID 1978-79 576-527 (.522) 2 / 2000 (Sweet 16) 5 / 2013 (First Round) 1 / 2011 (Champion)

Team Information 2015-16 Record 6-4 Conference Record/Finish -Postseason N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost 10/3 Starters Returning/Lost 3/2 Newcomers 4 Athletic Communications Associate Communications Director Office Phone E-mail

C-USA Championship Returns To Birmingham UAB and the City of Birmingham have been chosen to host the 2016 Conference USA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships for the second-straight year. The 2016 championships are scheduled to run from March 8-12. In making the announcement, the league also said that the championships will now include all 14 member schools. As was the case last March, the 2016 C-USA Championships will take place at split locations, with the men to play all rounds at Legacy Arena (BJCC) and the women set to play first round and quarterfinal action at Bartow Arena on the UAB campus. The women will then move to Legacy Arena for the semifinals and championship game. The Conference USA Men’s Basketball Championship is set to return to Birmingham for the third time (1999, 2015 and 2016). Birmingham also hosted five Sun Belt Men’s Conference Tournaments when the Blazers played in that league from 1978-91. UAB hosted the inaugural 1996 C-USA Women’s Basketball Championship in Birmingham as well as the 2015 C-USA Women’s Championship. What They Are Saying ABout The 2016 C-USA Championships “Birmingham is a wonderful location for our basketball championships. We appreciate the two great arenas and the city’s proximity to many of our fans. The downtown development is impressive, but most of all, we appreciate the spirit of the community. We look forward to another great tournament week in 2016.” -- C-USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky “Hosting the C-USA men’s and women’s basketball championship tournament again this year is a tremendous nod to UAB and a great economic boost for the City of Birmingham. We are proud of our athletics programs at UAB, and very much welcome the opportunity to showcase the campus and the city.” -- UAB President Dr. Ray Watts “We are honored to serve as the host for the conference men’s and women’s basketball championships. We are proud to partner with the City of Birmingham in again playing host to this great event. Last season’s championships were a tremendous success, and we look forward to the opportunity to showcase our city to our conference members and put on a first-class tournament next March.” -- UAB Athletic Director Mark Ingram “This is big news for our program and for Conference USA. Last year we saw what can happen when our school, our city and our fans rally around our team. Fans from around the league created an exciting environment for C-USA basketball last season, and I look forward to seeing that excitement from Blazer fans reach a new level in 2016.” -- UAB Head Men’s Basketball Coach Jerod Haase “We are extremely excited to host the Conference USA Championships again this year. The administration and staff did an outstanding job with the tournament last year and I think that is a big reason why we are hosting it again. I felt like the Birmingham community came out and supported us and I think we will see an even larger crowd this time around, which is great for our teams.” -- UAB Head Women’s Basketball Coach Randy Norton

Andrew Elaimy (205) 934-0725 [email protected]

Social Media Facebook UAB Blazers UAB Women’s Basketball Twitter @UABathletics @UAB_WBB

Facebook.com/UABWBB

@UAB_WBB

uabathletics

6

Game Eleven | vs. Samford

Facebook.com/UABWBB

@UAB_WBB

uabathletics

7

Game Eleven | vs. Samford

Facebook.com/UABWBB

@UAB_WBB

uabathletics

8

Game Eleven | vs. Samford

Head Coach Randy Norton Randy Norton will begin his third season as head coach of the UAB women’s basketball team. Norton, a 27-year coaching veteran, was named the sixth head coach in UAB history on April 22, 2013 after serving as the associate head coach at the University of Missouri. Under Norton’s guidance, UAB saw one of its best seasons in recent years during the 2014-15 campaign. The Blazers finished 18-13, marking the fifth consecutive winning season for the program. UAB finished with an 11-7 record in Conference USA play, which was the best since the 2006-07 season and just the second time since 1993-94 the Blazers have won 11 or more conference games. After being picked to finish eighth in the C-USA preseason poll, UAB finished tied for fourth as the team closed out the season 11-5 in the last 16 games. During that span, UAB also had an eight-game home win streak and finished with 11 home wins for the first time since the 200001 season. Norton built the team around defense, holding teams to just 58.2 points per game to lead the conference. He also saw his second All-C-USA First Team selection as Janae Smith earned the honor after averaging 18.7 points per game. In his first season with the Blazers, Norton lead the team to a 16-15 finish overall and 7-9 in conference play. Under his tutelage, Karisma Chapman had her best season of her already storied career at UAB. She led the team with 20.2 points per game and recorded 16 double-doubles on the season to earn a first team all-conference selection. Norton has coached at multiple levels throughout his career, including 11 seasons in NCAA Division I. With stops at Missouri and Illinois State, his teams have garnered two NCAA Tournament appearances, four WNIT berths, three Missouri Valley Conference Championships and two MVC tournament titles. In three years at Missouri -- two as the lead assistant and one as the associate head coach -- Norton helped revive the Tigers’ women’s basketball program with a WNIT bid in 2013 -- the school’s first postseason berth in six years. While on the staff with head coach Robin Pingeton, Norton and the Tigers accomplished one of the best runs in school history despite playing rigorous schedules each season. In his first year with the program, Missouri played the seventh-toughest slate in NCAA Division I with three wins against ranked opponents. Most recently, the Tigers defeated No. 9 Tennessee, 80-63, on their way to a postseason berth in 2013. Before his time in Columbia, Mo., Norton worked on Pingeton’s staff at Illinois State, where their teams saw unprecedented success. In seven seasons, the Redbirds compiled an overall record of 144-76 (.655), made two NCAA Tournament appearances (2005 and 2008), three WNIT berths (2007, 2009 and 2010), three Missouri Valley Conference regular season titles (2008, 2009 and 2010) and two MVC Tournament Championships (2005 and The Norton File 2008).

Head Coach

at UAB Illinois State’s 28 wins in the 2009-10 campaign tied the school record for victories in a Record Postseason Conf. Record Finish single season, matching the 1980-81 team. The Redbirds compiled a 28-8 record in 2009-10 Season 2012-13 16-15 -- 7-7 8th and capped off three-straight conference titles. 2014-15 18-13 -- 11-7 T-4th 2015-16 3-4 -- -- -Before moving to the Illinois State sideline, Norton spent 14 years as the head coach of -- 18-14 the Assumption High School’s boys’ basketball team in Davenport, Iowa. During his tenure Overall 40-32 with the Knights, Norton compiled a 230-95 record and claimed two Iowa Coach of the Year awards and seven District Coach of the Year honors. His long list of accomplishments at Assumption include two Iowa State titles, five Mississippi Athletic Conference Championships Other Experience Missouri and six Iowa State High School Tournament appearances. Associate Head Coach.........................................................................2012-2013 Assistant Coach..................................................................................2010-2012 A 1986 graduate of the University of Iowa, Norton played both basketball and baseball for the Hawkeyes. In fact, he was a guard on coach Lute Olson’s (former legendary Arizona Record: 43-51 (2013 WNIT) coach) Iowa teams that won a 1979 Big Ten Conference title and advanced to the NCAA Final Four in 1980. On the diamond, Norton was a four-year letterwinner and pitcher for Illinois State Associate Head Coach.........................................................................2005-2010 head coach Duane Banks. Assistant Coach..................................................................................2003-2005 Record: 144-76 (2 NCAAs, 3 WNITs) Norton also pitched professionally for the Montreal Expos’ (now Washington Nationals) 2008, 2009, and 2010 Missouri Valley Champions organization for three seasons before moving into coaching. 2005 and 2008 MVC Tournament Champions An Iowa City, Iowa, native, Norton and his wife, Claire, have four children: Tom, Carly, Allie and Nick. Tom graduated from Truman State, Carly from St. Ambrose and Allie just complet- Assumption High School ed her senior year at Truman State where all three played college basketball. Nick recently Head Boys Coach................................................................................1988-2003 Record: 230-95 (2 Iowa State Titles) finished his freshman year at UAB where he is the starting point guard for the Blazers. 5 Mississippi Valley Conference Championships 3-time Miss. Valley Conference Coach of the Year 7-time District Coach of the Year

Facebook.com/UABWBB

@UAB_WBB

uabathletics

9

Game Eleven | vs. Samford

2015-16 Broadcast Roster

#2 Whytney Singleton 5-8, So., Guard

#4 Bianca Dufelmeier 5-6, R-Sr., Guard

#5 Lauren McGraw 5-8, R-Sr., Guard

#11 Janeka Williams 5-6, Jr, Guard

#12 Keonna Farmer 6-0,R-So,Forward

#14 T’erra Lewis 5-4, So., Guard

#15 Brittany Winborne 6-0, Sr., Forward

#20 Deanna Kuzmanic 5-9,Fr.,Guard

#21 Chelsee Black 5-6, Sr., Guard

#22 Maya Garland 5-6, So., Guard

#23 Kayla Anderson 6-1, Sr., Forward

#24 Kara Rawls 6-0,R-Jr., G/F

#34 Bailee Wolfe 6-3,Fr.,Forward

#41 Dy’Man Webb 6-1, Sr., Forward

Head Coach Randy Norton, 3rd season

Facebook.com/UABWBB

Associate Head Coach Taren Martin, 3rd season

Assistant Coach Ashleen Bracey, 3rd season

Assistant Coach Emily Hanley, 2nd season

@UAB_WBB

uabathletics

Recommend Documents
Feb 3, 2017 - and Luis Hurtado (Weston, Fla.) signed their Nation- al Letters of Intent to play at UAB. ... Hurtado is a three-star recruit according to 247Sports. UAB SELECTED TO INAUGURAL ...... Lavender added 10 points. Erik McCree finished with 1

Bianca Dufelmeier, Lauren McGraw, Dy'Man Webb and Brittany Winborne. The ... at Alabama but transferred after sitting out due to injury, played at Lawson.

Feb 19, 2017 - UAB is 7-2 this season when Deion Lavender scores in double figures. • Denzell ...... Lavender. Baxter. D. Williams. Cokley. Lee vs. Saint Mary's. Lavender. Baxter. D. Williams. Cokley. Lee. Alabama A&M. Lavender. Baxter. D. Williams

Nov 13, 2017 - UAB senior forward William Lee was named to the Karl Malone Award Watch List. • UAB guard Nate Darling won a Gold Medal this summer ...

The Blazers are 1-0 against Lamar, 4-2 against New Or- leans, 2-0 against ... season, the Blazers snapped Old Dominion's 32-game ..... Sr. Philadelphia, Pa.

46 Channing Fugate. 6-2. 244. Fr. ... 50 J.R. Carr. 5-10. 215. Fr. H. 96 Chad Cunningham. 6-2. 210. Sr. 2 Matt Simms. 6-3. 217 ... 53 Quartney Cox. 6-3. 270. Jr.

4,705 (1988-91). 4. Danielle Reaves . . . . . . . . . 4,021 (1988-91). 5. Martina Shields . . . . . . . . . 3,756 (2000-03). 6. Julie Myers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,600 (1986-89). 7.

coached by Glenn Vickery . Personal: Born Nov . 12, 1988 … son of Paulette and Don Reese. (deceased) … major is undeclared . Reese's Career StatisTics. G.

South All-Star game . . . helped Jefferson County advance to Class AAA state ..... Played his prep career at South Dade Senior High School for head coach.

R-FR. Mobile, Ala./McGill-Toolen HS. 14. Gabbi Moreno. S. 5-10. SO. Houston, Texas/Glenda Dawson. 15. Sydney Nelson. OPP/OH. 6-1. SR. St. Charles, Mo./Iowa Western CC. 16. Emily Martinez ..... Before her stint at Arizona Western, Messersmith coached