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									The
LeMoyne-Owen
College




   2010—2011
   Basketball
                                                        William B. Anderson
                                                     Athletic Director and Head Coach
                                                              Men’s Basketball




William Anderson, is the Athletic Director and Men’s Head Basketball Coach at LeMoyne-Owen College.
Coach Anderson is a native Memphian and was a standout basketball forward at the College while earning his
bachelors degree in Social Science (class of 1997).

From 2000-2009, Coach Anderson was the College’s Women’s Basketball coach as well as the Head Men’s and
Women’s Tennis coach. During this time he was able to recruit young men and women student-athletes that
were talented on the court as well as in the classroom. Twenty student-athletes made the All SIAC team
including one being named Most Valuable Player, one freshman of the year, one NCAA Division II All
American, and eight named to the SIAC All Academic Team. During his tenure, eighty five percent of the stu-
dent-athletes under his supervision have earned their degrees. Coach Anderson was named the 2006 SIAC
Coach of the Year

Anderson has been involved in many community activities. He is a member of Gideon #16 Prince Hall Masons,
a life member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., serves on the Board of Directors for the Youth of Memphis
Competitors Association, served as a member of the Memphis and Shelby County Sports Authority, serves on
the USA Basketball Men’s Development Committee, Sullivan Awards Committee, is a member of the Nike
Grassroots Basketball Community, is a AAU Boys Basketball National Commissioner, is the Southeastern AAU
Tennessee Boys’ Basketball Director, a life member of the national and local LeMoyne-Owen College Alumni
Association and currently is the 2nd Vice President of the LOC National Alumni Association.
Through his professional affiliations, Coach Anderson has had the opportunity to work with over 200 student
athletes who have continued their careers at the collegiate level and 23 athletes who have played in the NBA as
well as many others who have played professionally overseas. Coach Anderson also helped coach the USA
Men’s Basketball Youth Development Team to a gold medal finish in 2005 during an International competition.

The young men and women who excelled in their chosen professions after leaving his programs have enriched
Anderson’s career. Coach Anderson believes that if you coach them you get them for a season but if you teach
them you get them for life.
                      2010-2011 Lady Magicians’ Coaching Staff




                                 Head Coach                                                 Assistant Coach




Myquita Mackey is a proud LeMoyne-Owen                  Julia Turner a native of Memphis, TN and former student-
College alum. She has been blessed with the talent,     athlete of LeMoyne-Owen College will be serving her first
love and enjoyment to play the game of basketball.      year as Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach and Head
“I remember watching the University of Memphis          Volleyball Coach. She left LeMoyne-Owen and obtained a
basketball team on television with my dad when I        bachelor’s of science degree from DeVry University,
was 8 year old and he loved Elliot Perry. I went        Memphis.
outside that day and began shooting on my dad’s
basketball goal and haven’t dropped the ball since”     Prior to returning to LeMoyne-Owen College as a coach,
she explained.                                          Turner spent time as a volunteer coach for co-ed volleyball
                                                        and youth basketball teams in the Memphis Park
She graduated from Northside High School in May         Commission and recreational leagues while mentoring teens
of 1996. During her high school basketball career,      and young adults in life skills on and off the court. As she
she was nominated for best of the preps and was         volunteered, she learned of and embraced her passion for
one of the top leaders in the city and the nation in    serving others through coaching, training, supervising, men-
scoring and rebounding. She also graduated from         toring and working to help people in need.
Southwest Tennessee Community College formerly
known as Shelby State Community College in May          Her leadership style is one that is mimicked by a quote that
of 1998. During her junior college career, she led      serves as her motto: "If a man is to shed the light of the sun
her team in scoring and rebounding where she re-        upon other men, he must first of all have it within
ceived the honor of being a two-time JUCO All –         himself." Romain Rolland
American.

She has continued her success here at Lemoyne-
Owen as well. Her first year here she received New-
comer of the Year in the SIAC Conference and most
valuable player on the team. She also was one of the
top leaders in rebounding in the nation. She also has
been blessed to be named a Division II All- Ameri-
can here at LeMoyne-Owen College. She graduated
in 2006 and since has continued to stay around. She
started out as a volunteer student assistant in 2002
for the women’s basketball team and went on to
become the Assistant Women’s basketball Coach.
Now she is pleased that she can pass on day to day
wisdom and basketball knowledge that she has
gained over the years to future student- athletes.
                      2009-2010 Lady Magicians’ Support Staff


                         Sports Information Director                                      Athletic Trainer




Jerry Dover Jr. is the proud son of the late great            Brandy Dodge is a Certified Athletic Trainer, graduated
Jerry Dover Sr. and Edith Dover. Jerry has many strong        from Middle Tennessee State University in 1999 with her
ties with the LeMoyne-Owen family as his father at-           degree in athletic training. She has spent the past ten years
tended LeMoyne-Owen College, played basketball under          working as an athletic trainer in high school, collegiate,
the legendary Head Coach Jerry Johnson from 1968-1971         and clinical settings. She has also been employed with the
and the College retired his jersey into the Basketball Hall   Memphis Orthopedic Group for the last 3 1/2 years.
of Fame. He later went on to play for the American
Basketball Association (ABA) with the Memphis Pros            Although she has spent the past two years working with
and was the shortest player to ever play in the ABA.          the Magicians, Ms. Dodge has joined the LeMoyne Owen
                                                              Athletic Department this year as head athletic trainer.
Jerry Dover Jr. graduated from Germantown High School
and chose to attend local Southwest Tennessee
Community College to play under the legendary Head
Coach Verties Sails. While playing under Coach Verties
Sails, Jerry tied a Southwest single season record with 9
steals in a single game, completed the requirements to
make the Dean’s list and received his Associate’s degree                         Equipment Manager
in General Studies. From there Jerry went up the road to                        (NO PHOTO AVAILABLE)
Jackson, Tennessee to play basketball for Lane College
under Coach J. L. Perry. While attending Lane College
and being a student athlete, Jerry earned his Bachelor’s
degree in Criminal Justice and also graduated Cum              Quinton “Duck” Harrison, a Senior majoring in
Laude.                                                         Criminal Justice. He is a student volunteer who is always
                                                               willing to assist the Lady Magicians Basketball team. He
                                                               has obtained an Associate’s Degree in Law Enforcement
                                                               and chose LeMoyne-Owen College because he wanted to
                                                               have the HBCU experience. Because of his volunteer
                                                               work with the team, he also aspires to become Certified
                                                               Physical Therapist as well as a Certified Massage
                                                               Therapist. He is striving to become a defense attorney
                                                               and own his own Massage Company.

                                                               A native of Harvey, Illinois, he is the son of
                                                               Greg Thomas and graduated from Morton High School.
                                                               He began his college career at King College. He has
                                                               been a team volunteer for four year and enjoys the
                                                               coaches, players and cheerleaders.
                     2010 - 2011




 MYQUITA MACKEY                               JULIA TURNER
        Head Coach                             Assistant Coach


 JERRY DOVER, JR.                             BRANDY DODGE
   Assistant Coach and                         Athletic Trainer
Sports Information Director



                      QUINTON HARRISON
                          Equipment Manager
                              Women’s Basketball Schedule
                                     2010-2011
NOVEMBER
2          Tuesday             Lambuth University #          Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
9          Tuesday             Jackson State #               Jackson, TN       6:00 p.m.
11         Thursday            Xavier University #           Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
13         Saturday            Christian Brothers #          Memphis, TN       2:00 p.m.
21         Sunday              Alumni Game #                 Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
30         Tuesday             Claflin*                      Orangeburg, SC    5:30 p.m.

DECEMBER
2          Thursday             Albany State*                Albany, GA        5:30 p.m.
4          Saturday             Fort Valley State*           Fort Valley, GA   1:00 p.m.
7          Tuesday              Alabama A&M #                Huntsville, AL    5:30 p.m.
17         Friday               Paine*                       Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
19         Sunday               Christian Brothers #         Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
30         Thursday             Benedict*                    Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.

JANUARY
1          Saturday             Claflin*                     Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
4          Tuesday              Stillman*                    Tuscaloosa, AL    5:30 p.m.
6          Thursday             Tuskegee*                    Tuskegee, AL      5:30 p.m.
8          Saturday             Clark-Atlanta*               Atlanta, GA       5:30 p.m.
15         Saturday             Stillman*                    Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
17         Monday               Tuskegee*                    Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
20         Thursday             Paine*                       Augusta, GA       5:30 p.m.
22         Saturday             Benedict*                    Columbia, SC      5:30 p.m.
25         Tuesday              Albany State*                Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
27         Thursday             Fort Valley State*           Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
29         Saturday             Kentucky State*              Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.

FEBRUARY
1          Tuesday              Miles*                       Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
5          Saturday             Rust                         Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
10         Thursday             Kentucky State*              Frankfort, KY     5:30 p.m.
12         Saturday             Lane*                        Jackson, TN       5:30 p.m.
14         Monday               Clark-Atlanta*               Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.
19         Saturday             Miles*                       Fairfield, AL     5:30 p.m.
26         Saturday             Lane*                        Bruce Hall        5:30 p.m.

March
1-5        Tuesday-Saturday     SIAC Tournament              Atlanta, GA       TBA

                                          Home games
                                       * Conference games
                                        # Exhibition games
           2010-2011 LADY MAGICIANS ROSTER

JERSEY #              NAME                   CLASS       POS       HT             HOMETOWN


   4        Georgette McCullar                JR          G       5’4       Memphis, TN


  10        Cheneka Anderson                  JR         PG       5’7       Chicago, IL


  12        Monique Reed                      JR          G       5’7       Fresno, CA


  14        Blair Scott                       JR         PF       5’11      Palm Springs, CA


  20        Tangela Albright                  JR          G       5’5       Memphis, TN

  22        Sharita Jones                     SR        F/G       6’0       Memphis, TN

  24        Jermecce Johnson                  JR         PF       6’0       Memphis, TN

  30        Tiffany Simpson                   JR          G       5’5       Conway, Ark


  32        Ryan Herd                         SR.         F       5’11      Jackson, MS


  34        Karen Barr                        FR          F       5’8       Freeport, Bahamas


  54        Brittany Rayner                   SR          C       5’11      Memphis, TN


                                   Head Coach: Myquita Mackey
                                   Assistant Coach: Julia Turner
                                 Assistant Coach: Jerry Dover, Jr.
                              Athletic Director: William B. Anderson
                            Sports Information Director: Jerry Dover, Jr.
                              2010-2011 Lady Magicians
                                 Individual Profiles



   #4                                                      #10


Georgette “Jette” McCullar is a Junior guard            Cheneka “Neka” Anderson is a Junior point guard
majoring in Education. She is the daughter of Irene     majoring in Social Work. She is the daughter of
Watkins and is a native Memphian and graduated from     Donica Hagler and is from Chicago, IL. She graduated
Hamilton High School. Her college experience began      from Washington High School and attended South
at Southwest Tennessee Community College. Her           Suburban College. Her favorite athlete is Steve Nash
favorite athlete is Michael Jordan and she aspires to   and she plans to join the National Guard.
become a teacher.




   #12                                                     #14


Monique “Mo” Reed is a Junior majoring in Criminal      Blair “Big” Scott is a Junior power forward majoring
Justice. She is the daughter of William guard and       in Early Childhood Education. She is the daughter of
Loatha Reed and is from Fresno, CA. She graduated       Thea and Lyndell Scott and is from Palm Springs, CA.
from Washington Union High School and attended          She graduated from Palm Springs High and attended
Reedley College. Her favorite athlete is Hines Ward.    Reedley College. Her favorite athletes are Chris
                                                        Weber and Stephen Curry. She aspires to open and
                                                        operate an orphanage.




   #20                                                     #22

Tangela “Tan-Tan” Albright is a Junior guard            Sharita Jones is a Senior forward/guard majoring in
majoring in Social Work. She is the daughter of         Mass Communication. She is the daughter of Toni
Brenda B. Banks, is native Memphian and a graduate      Jones and Anthony Johnson.          She is a native
of Northside High. She is a third-year student at       Memphian and graduated from Westside High School.
L.O.C.. Her favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant. She        She attended Mississippi Valley State University. She
aspires to become a successful Black Woman.             plans to become a sports analyst.
                             2009-2010 Lady Magicians
                             Individual Profiles (continued)


   #24                                                     #30

Jermecce “Squeeky” Johnson is a Junior power            Tiffany “Tip” Simpson is a Junior guard majoring in
forward majoring in Biology. She is the daughter        Social Work. She is the daughter of David and Hazel
Marc and Darnise Johnson and is a native                Simpson and is a native of Conway, AR. She
Memphian. She graduated from Kirby High and at-         graduated from Conway High School and attended
tended Southwest Tennessee Community College.           Southwest Tennessee Community College. She plans
Her favorite athlete is Kevin Garnett and she aspires   to make it in life.
to become a Physical Therapist




   #32                                                     #34

Ryan La’Shay Herd is a Senior forward majoring in       Karen “Bahama Mama” Barr is a Sophomore
Political Science. She is the daughter of Emily and     forward majoring in Business.. She is the daughter of
Ronnie Herd, Sr. and is from Jackson, Mississippi.      Teresa Capron and Wayne Barr and is from Freeport
She is a graduate of Clifton High. She attended         Grand Bahamas, Bahamas. She is a graduate of Eight
McNeese State University. Her favorite athlete is       Mile Rock High and her favorite athlete is Kobe
Carmelo Anthony. She aspires to become an               Bryant. She aspires to graduate with her Bachelors in
attorney.                                               Business Management and become a successful
                                                        financial advisor.




   #54

Brittnay “Britt” Rayner is a Senior center majoring
in Accounting. She is the daughter of Lesia and
James Rayner and is a native Memphian. She
graduated from Northside High School. Her favorite
athletes are Michael Jordan and LeBron James. She
aspires to become a Certified Public Accountant and
coach.
                LeMoyne-Owen College
        Women’s Basketball Quick Facts 2009—2010

School Address                807 Walker Avenue, Memphis, TN 38126
Founded                                                           1862
Enrollment                                                        1082
Mascot                                                  The Magicians
School Colors                                      Purple & Old Gold
Gymnasium/Capacity                                   Bruce Hall/1,000
Affiliation                                         NCAA Division II
Conference                                                       SIAC
2009 Record                                                      14-14
2009 SIAC Tournament                                               1-1
President                                      Mr. Johnnie B. Watson
Faculty Representatives                               Mr. Clay Foster
                                                    Dr. Cheryl Golden
Dean of Academic Affairs                          Dr. Barbara Frankle
Dean of Student Affairs                             Mrs. Edythe Cobb
Athletic Director                              Mr. William Anderson
Office Phone                                           (901) 435-1228
Head Coach                          Miss. Myquita Mackey (2nd year)
Alma Mater                                   LeMoyne-Owen College
Office Phone                                           (901) 435-1226
Assistant Coaches                                   Mrs. Julia Turner
Office Phone                                           (901) 435-1230
Sports Information Director                           Mr. Jerry Dover
Office Phone                                           (901) 435-1233
Athletic Fax                                           (901) 435-1244
E-mail                                           jerry_dover@loc.edu
Website                                                   www.loc.edu
SIAC Championships                                      2 (2000, 2009)
NCAA Playoff Appearances                                 1 (2008-2009)
Key Players                                           Shonice Sprouse
                                                            Ryan Herd

								
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