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All-Time Career Records (at conclusion of 2019-20 season)
Rollins All-Time Results

1900 - First women’s basketball game against Orlando girl’s team. Rollins team members were: Tinnie Price (rf), Ruth Roberts (lf), Elizabeth Anderson (rg), Carrie Ensminger (c), Charlotte Lleath (lg), Llse Deyoe (sub), Mary Hardaway (sub). 

1905 - On campus women’s basketball game mentioned ‘Osceolas defeats the Virginias’ on Trustee’s Day 

1910 - Women go 1-4 in first season on record. Women coaches were Duval Gates and B. Blackman 

1970 - Women’s basketball becomes a varsity sport at Rollins with Ginny Mack serving as head coach. 

1980 - Gloria Crosby replaces Mack as head coach. 

1982-83 - Led by Mary McDaniel and Stephanie Glance, the Tars post the first winning season in school history. The 16-10 record earns Gloria Crosby SSC Coach of the Year honors. 

1986 - Former Stetson basketball standout Glenn Wilkes, Jr. is named as the third basketball coach in modern Rollins women’s basketball history. 

1986-87 - In their first season under the direction of Wilkes, the Tar post a 21-6 record for the first 20 victory season in school history. 

1987-88 - Led by first team All-American Kim Tayrien, the Tars post a 26-3 record and claim their first Sunshine State Conference regular season and tournament titles. 

1988-89 - The Tars post a 19-10 record and repeat as SSC regular season champs. Tayrien is honored as a third team All-American. 

1989-90 - Tars win third consecutive SSC regular season title and claim their second conference tournament championship. 

1990-91 - Tars post 23-7 record and finish second in both the SSC regular season and conference tournament. 

1994-95 - Rollins posts a 21-8 record and receives their first-ever bid into the NCAA Division II Tournament. 

1995-96 - The Tars post a 23-6 record on their way to a share of the SSC regular season title. The team makes their second straight trip to the NCAA Tournament, but lose 63-62 in the opening round on a last second basket. 

1998-99 - Tars post school-best 27-3 season, which includes 13 and 14-game winning streaks, and wins the SSC regular season and tournament championship. Rollins is ranked as high as 12th nationally during the season and is the top seed in the NCAA South Regional. 

1999-2000 - Rollins finishes with a school best 28-4 record, breaking the record that was set the previous season, and a final national ranking of 10th by USA Today. They received their second straight berth to the NCAA tournament where they finished as the South Regional runners-up. They also picked up their first NCAA tournament victories over Fort Valley State and Arkansas Tech. Other accomplishments for the season were winning a second straight regular season SSC championship, SSC tournament runner-ups, a 31-game home winning streak, starting the season off with 13 straight victories, and Jill Razor being named the SSC women’s basketball player of the year. 

2000-01 - The Tars earn their third straight Sunshine State Conference regular season championship while posting a 26-4 overall record. They defeated Florida Tech to earn their second SSC Tournament title in the last three years. Rollins was ranked as high as 6th in Division II and spent most of the season as the top ranked team in the South Region. They earned their third straight NCAA Tournament appearance and lost an overtime thriller in the second round. Senior Jill Razor set new school single game and career scoring records while earning first team All-America honors. She was also the SSC Player of the Year for the second straight year. Head Coach Glenn Wilkes, Jr. won his 300th career game during the season and was SSC Coach of the Year for the third straight year. 

2001-02 - The Tars register a 23-6 record and claim their fourth straight Sunshine State Conference regular season title. They fell at Florida Tech in the finals of the SSC Tournament 59-56 and surprisingly were left out of the NCAA Tournament despite being ranked in the top 20 throughout the season. Senior Kenya Storr was named the SSC co-Player of the Year and despite the loss was named the MVP of the SSC Tournament as she scored a career-high 30 points. 

2002-03 - The Tars scored an overall record of 22-9 and fell in the Sunshine State Conference Championships game to Florida Southern. The Tars were invited to the NCAA Division II Regionals where they were eliminated in the first round by Central Arkansas. 

2003-04 - The Rollins women’s basketball team had a banner year, going 29-4 and posting a perfect 14-0 record in the Sunshine State Conference en route to the SSC regular season title. They also rolled through the Conference tournament (hosted by Rollins) and collected another trophy. The Tars were ranked #1 in the South Region the entire season and earned the right to host the Regional Tournament. Rollins advanced to the finals, but was knocked out by Henderson State. Rollins set a new school record for victories (29) and had 21 game winning streak 

2004-05 - Behind an amazing stretch run that saw the Tars win eight of their last 10 games, Rollins went 21-10 and captured their second straight SSC Tournament title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the eighth time in program history. 

2005-06 - For the first time in Rollins Basketball and Sunshine State Conference history, the Tars went undefeated in regular season action, going 26-0. The Tars won the regular season SSC title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for a ninth time. The team finished the season at 28-2. The Tars set new records for the most victories to open a season and most consecutive victories at 28. Senior Joslyn Giles was named the SSC Player of the Year, first team All-South Region and honorable mention Kodak All-America. Wilkes was named the SSC Coach of the Year, the WBCA South Region Coach of the Year and the WBCA NCAA Division II Coach of the Year.

2006-07 - Led by senior forward and WBCA All-American Larissa McDonough, Rollins earned a share of the SSC regular season title with a 13-3 conference record. The Tars also reached the NCAA Tournament for the 10th time in their history.

2007-08 – Led by lone senior Jennifer Musgrove, the Tars went 19-10 on the season while pulling in an 8-8 record in the SSC. They advanced to the semifinals of the SSC Tournament at the No. 3 seed, but fell to second-seed Tampa, failing to reach the finals for the first time in a decade. Musgrove set a new team record for games played and started in a career with 121. 

2008-09 – 
The Tars won their first 14 games on the season in dominating fashion, behind a relentless defense and the inside-outside play of Jessica Pressley and Ines Teuma. On January 10, 2009, 12th-ranked Rollins beat 19th-ranked Tampa 61-48 to give Glenn Wilkes Jr. his 500th career victory. The Tars went on to finish the regular season 23-4 and earned a share of the programs 12th SSC Championship with a 12-4 mark in the league. As the top seed in the SSC Tournament, Rollins advanced to the title game, but fell to Tampa 55-29. The Tars earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Division II South Region Tournament, the 11th in program history, and were downed by Arkansas-Monticello 78-66. 

2009-10 -  
Despite an impressive resume that included an overall record of 20-9 and a runner-up finish in the SSC with a record of 11-5, Rollins was surprisingly left out of the NCAA Division II South Region Tournament field. The Tars were ranked fifth in the final poll of the regular season, but upsets in two of the region’s three conference tournaments. Brittainy Daiger was the lone Tars to average in double-figures in scoring (10.8) and was named second-team All-SSC. 

2011-12 – 
The most successful season on record, Rollins won a share of the Sunshine State Conference regular season, won the SSC Tournament, won the NCAA Division II South Region Tournament for the first time in school history and advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Division II Elite Eight. The Tars finished the year 28-6 overall and 12-4 in conference play. Ashley Jones was named WBCA Honorable Mention All-America and the SSC Newcomer of the Year. Paris Moore was Second Team All-SSC and Defensive Player of the Year. 

2012-13 – For the second straight season, Rollins won the Sunshine State Conference Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Division II South Region Tournament. The Tars beat SSC regular season champion Lynn in the first round of the NCAAs but fell to eventual regional champion Nova Southeastern in the second round. Rollins posted a 22-9 mark overall and were 9-7 in the SSC. Glenn Wilkes Jr. recorded his 600th career victory on March 7 with Rollins beating Florida Tech 79-53. 

2013-14 – For the third-straight season and 14th time in school history, Rollins earned a bid to the NCAA Division II South Region Tournament. The Tars finished the year 25-7 overall and second in the SSC at 12-4. Sarah Taylor was named First Team All-SSC, Emmalee Schill was named Defensive Player of the Year and Tanaya Jones the conference Freshman of the Year. Senior Sarah Blackburn became just the seventh player in school history to record 1,000 career points and 700 career rebounds. Rollins started the year ranked 25th in Division II and was in the poll the entire season. After rising as high as 13, the Tars ended the year 19th in the nation. 

2014-15 - The Tars entered the 2014-15 season ranked No. 23 and rose as high as No. 10 through mid-January. Rollins posted its seventh-straight season with 20 wins and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth straight season. Senior Emmalee Schill led the Tars with 12.2 points and 6.7 rebounds a game. She finished with 983 career points and moved into third place on the Rollins all-time blocks list with 127. Classmate Ashley Losch averaged 10.7 points a game and a team-best 7.1 rebounds a night. She finished her career 15 points away from 1,000. Senior Sarah Taylor set a new school record for career games played with 126. Taylor averaged 10.2 points and 5.8 rebounds a game. All three of the seniors were named second team All-Sunshine State Conference. Freshman Julia Ingler was named to the All-SSC Newcomer Team.

2016-17 - Rollins finished the season second in the Sunshine State Conference and advanced to the NCAA South Region Tourament. The 6th seed Tars upset Florida Southern and top-seed Eckerd on their way to the Sweet 16. Marie Gilbert was named Second Team All-Sunshine State Conference.

2018-19 - Carly McLendon named the Sunshine State Conference Defensive Player of the Year, the third Tar to earn the award.

1981-82 Mary McDaniel
1981-82 Lawanna Gelzer
1982-83 Mary McDaniel
1982-83 Lawanna Gelzer
1983-84 Mary McDaniel
1984-85 Mary McDaniel
1986-87 Kim Tayrien
1987-88 Kim Tayrien
1988-89 Kim Tayrien
1988-89 Carissa Andres
1989-90 Kendra Lasher
1990-91 Kendra Lasher
1993-94 Dawn Henderson
1994-95 Dory Schofield
1995-96 Jenifer Gossett
1996-97 Jessica Wollaston
1997-98 Jessica Wollaston
1998-99 Jessica Wollaston
1998-99 Nicole Sullivan
1999-00 Jill Razor (Player of the Year)
2000-01 Jill Razor (Player of the Year)
2001-02 Kenya Storr (Player of the Year)
2003-04 Mary Lou Johnston
2005-06 Joslyn Giles (Player of the Year)
2005-06 Larissa McDonough
2006-07 Larissa McDonough
2007-08 Jennifer Musgrove
2013-14 Sarah Taylor

1981-82 Ana Harvey
1982-83 Lawanna Gelzer
1983-84 Stephanie Glance
1985-86 Kim Tayrien
1986-87 Gina Solano
1986-87 Cindy Blocker
1989-90 Tammy Lewis
1989-90 Carissa Andres
1990-91 Carissa Andres
1990-91 Ellen O’Day
1991-92 Tammy Lewis
1991-92 Ellen O’Day
1991-92 Kellie Gardner
1992-93 Ellen O’Day
1994-95 Melissa Gavin
1996-97 Nicole Sullivan
1997-98 Jill Razor
1998-99 Jill Razor
1999-00 Jill Mitchell
2000-01 Kenya Storr
2001-02 Shannon Pranger
2002-03 Mary Lou Johnston
2003-04 Joslyn Giles
2003-04 Lindsey Woodcock
2004-05 Larissa McDonough
2008-09 Jessica Pressley
2008-09 Ines Teuma
2009-10 Brittainy Daiger
2010-11 Amber Heistan
2011-12 Paris Moore
2012-13 Sarah Blackburn
2014-14 Ashley Losch
2014-15 Emmalee Schill
2014-15 Sarah Taylor
2016-17 Marie Gilbert

1982-83 Kim Shelpman
1984-85 Denise Hindle
1984-85 Cindy Blocker
1985-86 Kirsten Dellinger
1985-86 Cindy Blocker
1985-86 Gina Solano
1987-88 Kirsten Dellinger
1988-89 Kirsten Dellinger
1989-90 Kathy Warner
1990-91 Tammy Lewis
1990-91 Kathy Warner
1991-92 Kellie Gardner
1992-93 Kellie Gardner
1992-93 Dawn Henderson
1993-94 Kellie Gardner
1997-98 Nicole Sullivan
2003-04 Nicole Warder

1987-88 Carissa Andres
1988-89 Kendra Lasher
1988-89 Kathy Warner
1989-90 Ellen O’Day
1990-91 Kellie Gardner
1992-93 Jenifer Gossett
1992-93 Nicole Lewis
1993-94 Melissa Gavin
1993-94 Dory Schofield
1995-96 Jessica Wollaston
1997-98 Jill Razor (Freshman of the Year)
1997-98 Kenya Storr
1999-00 Candace Hensley
1999-00 Shannon Pranger
2002-03 Kim Babers
2004-05 Jennifer Musgrove
2005-06 Jennifer Dyer
2006-07 Jessica Pressley
2008-09 Paris Moore
2009-10 Tara McDaniel
2010-11 Sarah Blackburn
2011-12 Ashley Jones
2013-14 Tanaya Jones (Freshman of the Year)
2014-15 Julia Ingler

1981-82 Lawanna Gelzer
1981-82 Mary McDaniel
1982-83 Kim Shelpman
1984-85 Linda Trimble
1986-87 Cindy Blocker
1986-87 Gina Solano
1987-88 Kirsten Dellinger
1988-89 Eileen Tobin (MOP)
1988-89 Kim Tayrien
1988-89 Carissa Andres
1989-90 Tammy Lewis
1989-90 Kendra Lasher (MOP)
1990-91 Kendra Lasher
1990-91 Carissa Andes
1991-92 Tammy Lewis
1992-93 Nicole Lewis
1993-94 Dory Schofield
1994-95 Tara Cantrell
1997-98 Nicole Sullivan
1997-98 Jill Razor
1998-99 Nicole Sullivan (MOP)
1998-99 Jessica Wollaston
1999-00 Jill Razor
1999-00 Jill Mitchell
2000-01 Jill Razor (MOP)
2000-01 Jill Mitchell
2001-02 Kenya Storr (MOP)
2001-02 Shannon Pranger
2002-03 Mary Lou Johnston
2002-03 Shannon Pranger
2003-04 Mary Lou Johnston (MOP)
2003-04 Larissa McDonough
2004-05 Joslyn Giles (MOP)
2004-05 Larissa McDonough
2005-06 Joslyn Giles
2005-06 Jennifer Musgrove
2006-07 Jennifer Musgrove
2006-07 Larissa McDonough
2008-09 Paris Moore
2008-09 Ines Teuma
2009-10 Brittainy Daiger
2011-12 Ashley Jones (MOP)
2011-12 Paris Moore
2011-12 Tera McDaniel
2012-13 Tera McDaniel (MOP)
2012-13 Ashley Jones
2012-13 Ashley Losch

1982-83 Gloria Crosby
1986-87 Glenn Wilkes Jr.
1987-88 Glenn Wilkes Jr.
1988-89 Glenn Wilkes Jr.
1989-90 Glenn Wilkes Jr.
1998-99 Glenn Wilkes Jr.
1999-00 Glenn Wilkes Jr.
2000-01 Glenn Wilkes Jr.
2003-04 Glenn Wilkes Jr.
2005-06 Glenn Wilkes Jr.

2011-12 Paris Moore
2013-13 Emmalee Schill
2016-17 Carly McLendon