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1 UIC Preseason Prospectus UIC INFORMATION Location: Chicago, Ill. Founded: 1896 Enrollment: 24,541 Nickname: Flames Colors: Navy Blue and Fire Engine Red Arena (Capacity) UIC Pavilion (8,000) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Horizon League Interim Chancellor: Dr. Eric Gislason Director of Athletics: James W. Schmidt Ticket Office Phone: (312) 413-UIC1 Athletics Web Site: HISTORY First Year of Basketball: 1971 Overall All-Time Division I Record: NCAA Tournament Appearances: N/A WNIT Apperances: 1 (2007) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Lisa Ryckbosch Alma Mater/Year: Loyola/1984 Record at UIC/Years: 88-89/Six Career Record: Same Office Phone: (312) Office Fax: (312) Best Time To Reach: Contact SID Assistant Coach: Kevin McManaman Alma Mater/Year: St. Mary s (MN)/1992 Year at UIC: Seventh Season Assistant Coach: Jacob Morgan Alma Mater/Year: Northern Illinois/2000 Year at UIC: First Season Assistant Coach: Latasha White Alma Mater/Year: DePaul/2003 Year at UIC: Sixth Season Director of Basketball Operations: Kristin Marco Alma Mater/Year: Akron/2006 Year at UIC: First Season Strength and Conditioning Coach: Matt Saey TEAM INFORMATION Overall Record: Home: 9-5; Road: 1-13; Neutral: League Record/Finish: 6-12/8th Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3 Newcomers: 4 ALL-HORIZON LEAGUE CANDIDATES: Jessie Miller - Second Team STARTERS RETURNING (4): F: Cassie Johnson (5.3 rpg, 1.4 bpg) G: Jessie Miller (14.0 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 3.4 apg) C: Nikki Grobbecker (2.4 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 0.7 bpg) G: Briana Hinkle (10.9 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 1.9 spg) STARTERS LOST (1): G: Taylor Manley (6.5 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 2.1 apg) Jessie Miller OTHER LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (4): F: Shanice Sadler (4.0 ppg, 2.8 rpg) F: Meghan Hutchens (5.2 ppg, 2.8 rpg) F: (4.2 ppg, 3.2 rpg) C: Kristin Petrinec (0.9 ppg, 1.3 rpg) LETTERWINNERS LOST (3): C: Nicole Rinaldi (2.3 ppg, 1.9 rpg) G: Taylor Manley (6.5 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 2.1 apg) G: Ashley Tomzik (4.2 ppg, 1.3 rpg) RESULTS: NOVEMBER Central Michigan L, NORTHWESTERN W, Bradley L, EASTERN ILLINOIS W, NORTHERN ILLINIOS W, DePaul L, DECEMBER Illinois L, Western Michigan L, Caribbean Classic (Cancun, Mexico) 18 vs. LSU L, vs. Southern Miss L, BUCKNELL W, JANUARY Youngstown State* L, Cleveland State * L, VALPARAISO * L, BUTLER * L, LOYOLA * W, Milwaukee * W, Green Bay * L, WRIGHT STATE * W, FEBRUARY 2 DETROIT * W, Butler * L, Valparaíso * L, Loyola * L, GREEN BAY * L, MILWAUKEE * W, (2OT) Detroit * L, MARCH Wright State * L, CLEVELAND STATE * W, YOUNGSTOWN STATE * L, Horizon League Tournament 10 LOYOLA L, # * Horizon League Contest # Horizon League Tournament SPORTS INFORMATION Assistant SID (WBK Contact): Beth Usewicz Office Phone: (312) Sports Information Fax: (312) Press row phone: (312) Mailing Address: Flames Athletic Center 839 W. Roosevelt Rd Chicago, Ill Briana Hinkle Nikki Grobbecker

2 ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER # Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown/High School 1 Shanice Sadler F 5-11 So. Flint, Mich./Flint Hamady 3 Jessie Miller G 5-8 Jr. Burnsville, Minn./Academy of Holy Angels 4 Katie O Donoghue G 5-11 So. Chicago, Ill./St. Ignatius 12 Briana Hinkle G 5-7 Jr. Bexley, Ohio/Bexley 21 Cassie Johnson C 6-2 Jr. Apple Valley, Minn./Eastview 22 Meghan Hutchens F 6-0 Sr. Riverside, Ill./Riverside-Brookfield 25 Jasmine Bailey G/F 5-8 Fr. St. Louis, Mo./Normandy 30 Nikki Grobbecker C 6-2 Sr. Stratford, Ontario/St. Michael 32 Kiara Strickland G/F 6-1 Fr. Minneapolis, Minn./Roosevelt 34 Heidi Dahnke G/F 6-1 Fr. Martinsville, Ill./Martinsville 35 F 6-1 Sr. Lansing, Ill./Marian Catholic 40 Shameia Green G 5-7 RsFr. St. Louis, Mo./Normandy 44 Kristin Petrinec C 6-2 So. Bloomington, Ill./Bloomington FLAMES BY CLASS: Seniors (3): Nikki Grobbecker Meghan Hutchens Juniors (3): Briana Hinkle Jessie Miller Cassie Johnson Sophomores (3): Shanice Sadler Katie O Donoghue Kristin Petrinec Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Director of Basketball Ops: Lisa Ryckbosch (Loyola, Ill., 1984) (Seventh Season) Kevin McManaman (St. Mary s, Minn., 1992) (Seventh Season) Latasha White (DePaul, 2003) (Sixth Season) Jacob Morgan (Northern Illinois, 2002) (First Season) Kristin Marco (Akron, 2006) (First Season) Freshmen (4): Jasmine Bailey Kiara Strickland Heidi Dahnke Shameia Green Cassie Johnson ALPHABETICAL ROSTER # Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown/High School 25 Jasmine Bailey G/F 5-8 Fr. St. Louis, Mo./Normandy 34 Heidi Dahnke G/F 6-1 Fr. Martinsville, Ill./Martinsville 40 Shameia Green G 5-7 RsFr. St. Louis, Mo./Normandy 30 Nikki Grobbecker C 6-2 Sr. Stratford, Ontario/St. Michael 12 Briana Hinkle G 5-7 Jr. Bexley, Ohio/Bexley 35 F 6-1 Sr. Lansing, Ill./Marian Catholic 22 Meghan Hutchens F 6-0 Sr. Riverside, Ill./Riverside-Brookfield 21 Cassie Johnson C 6-2 Jr. Apple Valley, Minn./Eastview 3 Jessie Miller G 5-8 Jr. Burnsville, Minn./Academy of Holy Angels 4 Katie O Donoghue G 5-11 So. Chicago, Ill./St. Ignatius 44 Kristin Petrinec C 6-2 So. Bloomington, Ill./Bloomington 1 Shanice Sadler F 5-11 So. Flint, Mich./Flint Hamady 32 Kiara Strickland G/F 6-1 Fr. Minneapolis, Minn./Roosevelt Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Lisa Ryckbosch (Loyola, Ill., 1984) (Seventh Season) Kevin McManaman (St. Mary s, Minn., 1992) (Seventh Season) Latasha White (DePaul, 2003) (Sixth Season) Jacob Morgan (Northern Illinois, 2002) (First Season) Director of Basketball Ops: Kristin Marco (Akron, 2006) (First Season) FLAMES BY HEIGHT: 6-foot-2: Nikki Grobbecker, Cassie Johnson, Kristin Petrinec 6-foot-1: Kiara Strickland, Heidi Dahnke, 6-foot-0: Meghan Hutchens 5-foot-11: Shanice Sadler, Katie O Donoghue 5-foot-10: None 5-foot-9: None 5-foot-8: Jessie Miller, Jasmine Bailey 5-foot-7: Briana Hinkle, Shameia Green FLAMES BY POSITION: Guards: Jasmine Bailey Heidi Dahnke Shameia Green Briana Hinkle Jessie Miller Katie O Donoghue Kiara Strickland PRONUNCIATION GUIDE: Shameia Green Nikki Grobbecker Briana Hinkle Katie O Donoghue Kristin Petrinec Lisa Ryckbosch Shanice Sadler Heidi Dahnke Kiara Strickland Sha-MY-ya GROW-becker Bree-ANA HA-Luh-SKA O-Don-a-hue PET-tri-nick RAKE-bush SHA-Niece DAN-Key Key-AIR-a Forwards: Jasmine Bailey Heidi Dahnke Meghan Hutchens Shanice Sadler Kiara Strickland Centers: Nikki Grobbecker Kristen Petrinec Cassie Johnson Kristen Petrinec

3 PREVIEW NOTEBOOK JUST TWO WINS AWAY: Head Coach Lisa Ryckbosch is just two wins away from becoming UIC s winningest coach in school history. Ryckbosch has recorded an (.497) mark in six seasons. The current record belongs to Eileen McMahon with an (.397) overall record. Ryckbosch already owns the winningest percentage in school history. RETURNING FIREPOWER: UIC returns four starters and nine letterwinners back on the court in Included in the returning firepower is All-Horizon League Second Team honoree junior Jessie Miller. Also returning are juniors Briana Hinkle and Cassie Johnson. Hinkle finished the year ranked in several Horizon League categories while Johnson led the league in blocks (44). Senior Nikki Grobecker was powerful under the boards with 6.6 rebounds per game, ranking fourth in the league. Seniors Meghan Hutchens and will also contribute this season. Hutchens averaged 5.2 points per game, while Hluska totaled 17 blocks on the season. IMPACT PLAYER: Junior Jessie Miller has provided the Flames with offensive firepower since she stepped on the court her freshman year. Last year, Miller led UIC and finished tied for seventh place with 14.2 points per game last. Miller also ranked fourth in the league with 2.1 three-pointers per game and finished ninth in steals per game (1.8 spg). Miller currently ranks ninth in the UIC career record book with 98 three-point field goals made. NEW FACES: UIC welcomes three freshmen to this year s squad from three different states. All three newcomers are diverse players that are capable of playing two positions. Jasmine Bailey is a 5-8 guard/forward from St. Louis, Mo. Bailey, a three-time Suburban East All-Conference recipient, scored over 1,000 points for Normandy High School, while leading being named Suburban East Conference Player of the Year twice. Heidi Dahnke, a Martinsville, Ill. native, is a guard/forward that helped guide her team to two Little Illini Conference Championships. Kiara Strickland, a 6-1 guard/forward from Minnesota, scored over 1,500-career points, helping Roosevelt High School to a first-place Mid-section championship. ON HER WAY TO 1,000-CAREER POINTS: Jessie Miller doubled her scoring production last season with 421 points, 156 more than her rookie season. If Miller matches her total number of points in , she will reach the 1,000-point plateau during her junior year. BIGGER LINEUP: Unlike recent years, the lineup will not only have taller players, but the option to play a bigger lineup. In addition to five returners that are six-foot or taller, freshmen Kiara Strickland and Heidi Dahnke each measure in at 6-1. NEW ADDITIONS: After serving as the Director of Basketball Operations for the last two years, Jacob Morgan will step up as an assistant this year after the departure of Amanda Reese. Morgan joins the Flames with more than seven years coaching experience and will be a positive addition to UIC s staff. Replacing Morgan as the Director of Basketball Operations is Kristin Marco. Marco, a Wisconsin native, played four years for the Akron basketball team where she was named a co-captain. Meghan Hutchens READY TO SHINE: After sitting out her freshman year due to injury, St. Louis native Shameia Green will finally have an opportunity to show off her talent on the floor. Green, a standout at Normandy High School in Missouri, was expected to provide an extra offensive weapon for the Flames her rookie season, but was forced to cheer from the sidelines last season. Before arriving in Chicago, Green guided Normandy to two district championships and an elite eight appearance. The 5-7 guard was also named conference Blue East Conference Co-Player of the Year in NEW OPPONENTS: Before tackling the Horizon League schedule, UIC will face Canisius, Florida Atlantic, Cal Poly State and potentially two teams in the Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Tournament for the first time in school history. SIX STRAIGHT HOME GAMES: The Flames play its first six games of their campaign at the UIC Pavilion. This bodes well for UIC since the team won nine games at home last season, including non-conference victories over Big Ten Northwestern, Northern Illinois, Eastern Illinois and Bucknell. (want to put home game stats in when I get game files) The Flames also scored a big double overtime win over Milwaukee. The last time UIC beat the Panthers at home was on Jan MOTTO: With this season s motto shaped around a strong work ethic and teamwork, the players know that these traits are what it takes to ultimately reach their goals. The team understands that they have assembled the talent that is necessary to be competitive, but they know that without working hard and working together they won t end up where they want to be at the end of the season, said head coach Lisa Ryckbosch. MAGGIE DIXON SURF N SLAM: The team will have the opportunity to play in a tournament this year in San Diego that holds a special meaning to women s basketball and head coach Lisa Ryckbosch. UIC competes in the 2008 Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Tournament in San Diego, Calif. on Dec. 28 and 30 where they will potentially face Long Island, New Mexico State or San Diego in its pool. The tournament honors the late Army coach Maggie Dixon whom Ryckbosch coached alongside during her days at DePaul. Maggie was a colleague and a dear friend of mine, said Ryckbosch. We will honor and carry on her legacy by going out to San Diego and playing hard. BLOCK PARTY: UIC racked up 56 more blocks (130-74) than its opponents in The Flames led the league, averaging 4.3 blocks per game in all contests. UIC also totaled 49 more blocks (86-37) than its Horizon League opponents last season, averaging 4.8 blocks per game. SOLID PERFORMANCE: In addition to leading the league in blocks, UIC also finished the season ranked first in defensive rebounds (26.6), rebounding offense (39.1) and field goal percentage defense (.384).

4 PLAYER PROFILES 1 SHANICE SADLER Sophomore Forward 5-11 Flint, Mich./Flint Hamady Played in 28 games, including 17 Horizon League contests. Started back-to-back games versus Butler and Loyola in January. Scored a career-high 12 points against Valparaiso on Jan. 10. Totaled a career-high nine rebounds on two occasions. Swiped a career-high four steals versus Butler on Jan JASMINE BAILEY Freshman Guard/Forward 5-8 St. Louis, Mo./Normandy Helped guide Normandy High School to a 21-8 record her senior year. Three-time All-Suburban East Conference recipient. Fox 2 TV Player of the Week. Scored over 1,000-career points. Two-time SEC Player of the Year 3 JESSIE MILLER Junior Guard 5-8 Burnsville, Minn./Academy of Holy Angels Earned All-Horizon League Second Team Honors. Averaged 14.0 points per game, finishing first on the squad and seventh in the league. Finished eighth in the league with 3.3 assists per game. Averaged 2.1 three-pointers per game, ranking fourth in the league. Named Horizon League Player of the Week on Nov KATIE O DONOGHUE Sophomore Guard 5-11 Chicago, Ill./St. Ignatius Saw action in 15 games her rookie season. Totaled five points on the year. Finished three-for-four from the free throw line. Played a career-high 10 minutes versus Detroit on Feb BRIANA HINKLE Junior Guard 5-7 Bexley, Ohio/Bexley Finished second on the team and 19th in the Horizon League with 10.9 points per game. Averaged 1.9 steals per game, ranking sixth in the league. Finished the season tied for seventh place in the league with a 1.16 assistto-turnover ratio. Picked up a career-high 23 points versus Green Bay on Jan. 26. Totaled 18 double-figure contests. 21 CASSIE JOHNSON Junior Center 6-2 Apple Valley, Minn./Eastview Led the league with 1.4 blocks per game. Tied career-high 10 rebounds against Valparaiso on Jan. 10. Ranked 15th in the league and second in the team with 5.3 rebounds per game. Notched a career-high five blocks versus Loyola on March 10. Currently ranks eighth in the UIC career record book with 64 total blocks. 22 MEGHAN HUTCHENS Senior Forward 6-0 Riverside, Ill./Riverside-Brookfield Earned a starting nod in 12 games. Picked up a career-high 14 points versus Central Michigan on Nov. 19. Notched a career-high nine rebounds against Cleveland State on March NIKKI GROBBECKER Senior Center 6-2 Strafford, Ont./St. Michael Led the Flames and ranked fourth in the league with 6.6 rebounds per game. Finished eighth in the league with 0.72 blocks per game. Finished fourth in the league in defensive rebounds per game (4.6). Totaled a season-high 10 rebounds on two occasions. 32 KIARA STRICKLAND Freshman Guard/Forward 6-1 Minneapolis, Minn./Roosevelt Helped guide Roosevelt High School to a Minnesota Mid-State Sectional Championship. Scored over 1,500-career points. Star Tribune Athlete of the Week. Earned all-conference and MVP honors. 34 HEIDI DAHNKE Freshman Guard/Forward 6-1 Martinsville, Ill./Martinsville Helped guide Martinsville High School to a 25-3 record her senior year. Two-time Little Illini Conference Champions. Named All-Little Illini Conference First Team recipient. Four-year Charleston Times-Courier All-Area honoree 35 ASHLEY HLUSKA Senior Forward 6-1 Lansing, Ill./Marian Catholic Totaled 17 blocks on the season. Tied a career-high 12 points versus Southern Mississippi on Dec. 19. Picked up a career-high nine rebounds against Loyola on Jan. 12. Notched a career-high three steals on two occasions. 40 SHAMEIA GREEN Redshirt Freshman Guard 5-7 St. Louis, Mo./Normandy Medical redshirt, retaining all four years of eligibility 44 KRISTIN PETRINEC Sophomore Center 6-2 Bloomington, Ill./Bloomington Played in 26 games her rookie season. Scored a career-high six points versus Butler on Jan. 19. Swiped a career-high two steals against Green Bay on Feb. 21. Totaled a career-high five rebounds versus Valparaiso on Feb. 9.

5 SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 6 (Thu.) LEWIS (EXH.) UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 11 (Tue.) ST. XAVIER (EXH.) UIC PAVILION 6 p.m. 22 (Sat.) BRADLEY UIC PAVILION 2 p.m. 25 (Tue.) CANISIUS UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 30 (Sun.) SIU-EDWARDSVILLE UIC PAVILION 3 p.m. DECEMEBER 3 (Wed.) FLORIDA ATLANTIC UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 6 (Sat.) WESTERN MICHIGAN UIC PAVILION 4:30 p.m. 18 (Thu.) CAL POLY STATE UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 20 (Sat.) at Northern Illinois DeKalb, Ill. 2 p.m. 22 (Mon.) DEPAUL UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 28 (Sun.) at Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam! San Diego, Calif. 8 p.m. 30 (Tue.) at Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam! San Diego, Calif. TBA JANUARY 3 (Sat.) WRIGHT STATE# UIC PAVILION 4:30 p.m. 5 (Mon.) DETROIT# UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 10 (Sat.) at Loyola # Chicago, Ill. 2 p.m. 15 (Thu.) at Valparaiso # Valparaiso, Ind. 7 p.m. 17 (Sat.) at Butler # Indianapolis, Ind. 1 p.m. 22 (Thu.) MILWAUKEE# UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 24 (Sat.) GREEN BAY# UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 29 (Thu.) at Youngstown State# Youngstown, Ohio 4:15 p.m. 31 (Sat.) at Cleveland State# Cleveland, Ohio 4:00 p.m. FEBRUARY 4 (Wed.) at Eastern Illinois Charleston, Ill. 7 p.m. 7 (Sat.) LOYOLA# UIC PAVILION 4:30 p.m. 12 (Thu.) BUTLER# UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 14 (Sat.) VALPARAISO# UIC PAVILION 7 p.m. 19 (Thu.) at Green Bay# Green Bay, Wis. 7 p.m. 21 (Sat.) at Milwaukee# Milwaukee, Wis. TBA 26 (Thu.) CLEVELAND STATE# FLAMES ATHLETIC CTR. 7 p.m. 28 (Sat.) YOUNGSTOWN STATE# FLAMES ATHLETIC CTR. 3 p.m. MARCH 5 (Thu.) at Detroit# Detroit, Mich. 6 p.m. 7 (Sat.) at Wright State# Dayton, Ohio Horizon League Tournament 9 (Mon.) Play-in Game Higher Seed Hosts 11 (Wed.) Quarterfinals Higher Seed Hosts TBA 13 (Fri.) Semifinals No. 1 Seed Hosts TBA 15 (Sun.) Championship No. 1 Seed Hosts TBA -! at Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Classic hosted by the University of San Diego (San Diego, Calif.) - Field also includes San Diego, Long Island and New Mexico State. # Horizon League Contest All Times Central Home games in ALL CAPS

6 HEAD COACH LISA RYCKBOSCH SEVENTH SEASON (.497) TWO WINS AWAY FROM BECOMING UIC S WINNINGEST COACH IN SCHOOL HISTORY When Lisa Ryckbosch took over the helm for the UIC women s basketball team in 2002, the Chicago native was ready to make school history and turn the Flames into a Horizon League contender. In just six years, Ryckbosch is just two wins away from becoming the winningest coach in school history (88/ ). She has tallied 88 wins and guided the squad to its first-ever postseason appearance at the WNIT in Ryckbosch has also steered the Flames to their firstever Horizon League Tournament title game (2005), first-ever vote in the Associated Press Top 25 poll (Nov. 2002) and highest-ever Horizon League finish (2nd 2003, 2006). campaign, on the way to the Flames first-ever second-place conference finish in Ryckbosch came to UIC after spending 11 seasons on the coaching staff at DePaul University, where she served most recently as associate head coach under Doug Bruno. She had been instrumental in bringing top Chicagoland and national talent to the Blue Demons successful women s basketball program, including five players that competed in the WNBA. While at DePaul, Ryckbosch helped guide the Blue Demons to five NCAA Tournament appearances and three WNIT berths. DePaul owned a record of during her tenure, while winning a pair of Great Midwest Conference titles (1989; 1991) and the first-ever Conference USA regular-season championship in Prior to her stint with the Blue Demons, Ryckbosch, ironically, got her collegiate coaching start as a member of the UIC staff in , serving under then-head coach Eileen McMahon. She has developed 12 all-league performers during her tenure with those players helping UIC set singleseason team records in most points scored (2,184, ), three-pointers made (200, ), most steals (344, ) most assists (492, ) and consecutive victories (11, ). Ryckbosch began her coaching career at Hillcrest High School in Country Club Hills, Ill., where she served as the Head Girls Varsity Basketball Coach and a math teacher for three years. Ryckbosch enjoyed a standout collegiate career at Loyola (Ill.). She was a four-year starter and twotime team captain for the Ramblers from and still ranks fourth on the school s all-time scoring (1,296) and rebounding (765) charts. She played an instrumental role in leading Loyola to a school-record 23 wins and the inaugural North Star Championship now the Horizon League - in The Flames also broke the school record for most wins in a season (19, ). After a record breaking season in , Ryckbosch and the Flames experienced an rebuilding year in In , Ryckbosch watched her hard work pay off as seniors LaShonda Grant, Krystal Hugelier and Jacquay Holmes each hit the 1,000 career-point plateau. Ryckbosch has built UIC into a successful program by attracting top student-athletes. Her extensive knowledge of the Windy City, has allowed her to lay down the recruiting groundwork to keep the top recruits from the talent-rich Chicagoland area close to home. Ryckbosch enjoyed a great start to her UIC head coaching career as the Flames posted 17 wins in , which was the secondmost in school history and the most victories since the campaign. The team also tied the school-record for Horizon League wins with 11 during her rookie Ryckobosh was inducted into the Loyola University of Chicago Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006 and the Girls Catholic Athletic Conference (GCAC) Hall of Fame in Ryckbosch is married with two children. Her husband Bart, a native of Belgium, is an archivist at the Art Institute of Chicago. Ryckbosch s oldest son, Steven, is entering his second year at Georgetown University, while Peter is entering high school at St. Ignatius Prep School just down the street from the Flames Athletic Center. The Ryckbosch family makes their residence in the Old Irving neighborhood on Chicago s North Side.

7 STATS/RESULTS Horizon League UIC Combined Team Statistics (Through games of Oct 01, 2008) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga pct 3fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 03 MILLER, Jessica HINKLE, Briana MANLEY, Taylor HUTCHENS, Meghan JOHNSON, Cassie HLUSKA, Ashley TOMZIK, Ashley SADLER, Shanice GROBBECKER, Nikki RINALDI, Nicole GREEN, Shameia PETRINEC, Kristin O'DONOGHUE, Katie Total Opponents TEAM STATISTICS UIC OPP SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct POINT FG-ATT point FG pct pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game WINNING STREAK 0 - Home win streak 0 - ATTENDANCE Home games-avg/game Neutral site-avg/game Score by Periods 1st 2nd OT OT2 Totals UIC Opponents Date Opponent Score Att. 11/09/07 at Central Michigan L NORTHWESTERN W at Bradley L EASTERN ILLINOIS W NORTHERN ILLINOIS W at DePaul L /02/07 at Illinois L /8/07 at Western Michigan L /18/07 vs LSU L /19/07 vs Southern Mississippi L /28/07 BUCKNELL W * 1/03/08 at Youngstown State L * 1/5/08 at Cleveland State L * 1/10/08 VALPARAISO L * 1/12/08 BUTLER L * 1/19/08 LOYOLA W * 01/23/08 at Milwaukee W * 01/26/08 at Green Bay L * 1/31/08 WRIGHT STATE W * 2/2/08 DETROIT W * 02/07/08 at Butler L * 02/09/08 at Valparaiso L * at Loyola L * GREEN BAY L * MILWAUKEE Wot * 02/28/08 at Detroit L * 3/1/08 at Wright State L * CLEVELAND STATE W * YOUNGSTOWN STATE L LOYOLA Lot

8 HORIZON LEAGUE STATISTICS Horizon League UIC Season Box Score (Through games of Oct 01, 2008) Conference games only RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga pct 3fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 03 MILLER, Jessica HINKLE, Briana MANLEY, Taylor JOHNSON, Cassie SADLER, Shanice HUTCHENS, Meghan TOMZIK, Ashley HLUSKA, Ashley GROBBECKER, Nikki RINALDI, Nicole PETRINEC, Kristin O'DONOGHUE, Katie Total Opponents Score by Periods 1st 2nd OT OT2 Totals UIC Opponents