PREVIEW: Ladies Take Final Road Tour
Thursday, February 10, 2011

SHREVEPORT-The Centenary women's basketball team will make its final road trip of the season on Monday when
it travels to Cedar City, Utah to play Southern Utah at the Centrum Arena. Tip-off is set for 8 pm CT.

FINAL SHOT
Freshman Kat Vidovic scored a team-best 16 points, though the Centenary women's basketball team was challegend
by the offensive prowess of UMKC, falling 96-54 on Saturday afternoon in Summit League action.

1,000 CAREER POINTS AND COUNTING
Senior Ashley Jackson has reached a milestone that only four Ladies in history have met, the 1,000 point mark. The
Shreveport native, scored her 1,000th career point on Jan. 15 against Southern Utah in the Gold Dome. Jackson tallied
16 points in that game for exactly 1,000 points. She currently is second all-time with 1,087 points to her name.
Leading the way all-time is Alexis Pettway with 1,416.

ALL ABOARD
Senior Anne Farrell sits second all-time in rebounds with 680 in four years played. Alexis Pettway's 797 rebounds
lead the way all-time. Farrell's career-high in rebounds came this season in the opener at Sam Houston State where
she grabbed 17 boards. Behind her all-time is senior teammate Ashley Jackson with 584 rebounds. Jackson sits
third in the record books and has a career-best 14 against Oakland on Jan. 29, 2010.

LEAN ON COOK
Sophomore Ne-Ne Cook has taken over the role as the No. 1 guard for the Ladies this season after a mid-season
injury to teammate Vashni Sharp Moore. Cook started the year on fire with three-straight double-digit scoring efforts.Her career-high was posted at 19 points against Southern Utah on Jan. 15 in the Gold Dome. The guard leads
the team in assists with 78 and steals with 44 and is second-best on the team with 11.0 ppg.

CROSSOVER
Megan Daniel, a consistent player for the Ladies, is continuing to play various roles. Not only does Daniel serve as vital member of the court, playing 13 full 40-minute games so far this season, but she also is looked to for threepoint plays, taking over as point guard at times, and most recently, being relied on for new defensive strategies. Head coach Kristen Davis commented on how necessary Daniel is for the success of the Ladies' defense, using her
as her main tool for shutting down opponents.

HOOP DREAMS
First time head coach Kristen Davis and her team of Ladies are still searching for the first win of the season for Centenary. The squad came the closest the closest on Feb. 7 against Summit League opponent North Dakota State
and its Player of the Month, Abby Plucker, falling by just nine. The lead changed four times throughout the game
and was tied up three times. Centenary would take its largest lead of three points in the first half with 12:17 to play, however could not hold on. The Ladies will continue to fight for a victory in Centenary's last five games as a Division I team.

REBOUND
Although seniors Anne Farrell and Ashley Jackson each hold spots as Summit League statistic leaders for rebounding,
Centenary has not managed to out-rebound an opponent yet this season. Centenary has in fact been outrebounded
every game except for one. The Ladies are averaging a 12.8 deficit to their opponents. Just Monday,
the Ladies tied the Bison of North Dakota State in rebounding at 32, proving they can do it too.

FEATURED ON NCAA.COM
Feature story written by Centenary SID, Allison McClain about Ashley Jackson's family scoring tradition was picked
up as a headline story on NCAA.com on Jan. 28, 2011. The story highlight's Jackson's 1,000 career points and her
mother and father, who both hold ranks as Centenary basketball Hall of Famers. Her father, Willie is currently the all-time leading scorer at Centenary with 2,535 points over Robert Parish.

WRAPPING IT UP
The Ladies will play their final road contest at SUU before hosting its last three games in the Gold Dome. Centenary is currently 0-12 on the road this season and 0-9 at home. The last time Centenary won a game came back on Feb.
15, 2010 when IUPUI came to Shreveport. The Ladies earned a 67-57 win over the Jaguars.

READ ALL ABOUT IT
Be sure to follow head women's basketball coach Kristen Davis as she blogs all season long in "Full Court Press" w/
Coach K every Wednesday on GoCentenary.com. All past blogs are archived on the homepage icon near the bottom
of the screen. Check it out.

CROSSING THE LINE - SCOUTING SOUTHERN UTAH
Southern Utah is coming off its biggest win of the year, a 101-93 victory over the undefeated league leader in Oral
Roberts. The Thunderbirds are now 12-12 overall and 6-7 in league play. Prior to that home victory, SUU was riding
a four-game skid, all in conference play.

Challis Pascucci paces the team in scoring and rebounding with 17.8 ppg and 8.9 rpg. Caitlyn Sears follows with
15.1 ppg.

THE FIRST BASKET - SERIES HISTORY
Centenary and Southern Utah will meet for the second time this season and 16th time in history as the Thunderbirds
own an 11-4 mark over the Ladies since the 2004 season. In the two team's last encounter, SUU earned an 89-
76 win over Centenary in the Gold Dome. Sophomore Ne-Ne Cook recorded a career-high 19 points and freshman
Kat Vidovic tallied a career-best 18 points for the Ladies, while Sears for SUU poured in 23 points.

BASKETBALL DIARIES
The Centenary-SUU game will be available for fans via live streaming and live stats on www.suutbirds.com.

PINK SKIES
The Centenary women's basketball team will host its "Think Pink" game on Saturday, February 19 when Oral Roberts
comes to the Gold Dome for a 2 pm tip-off. All fans are admitted free of charge. The Ladies team up with the
WBCA and schools all over the country in an effort to help support Breast Cancer Awareness. Fans are encouraged
to wear pink.

NEXT TIME OUT
The Ladies will host ORU on Saturday, Feb. 19 at 2 pm, followed by IUPUI on Saturday, Feb. 26 at 2 pm and Western
Illinois on Monday, Feb. 28 at 7 pm in the Gold Dome.