Fall 2000
Vol. 17 No. 3
Publication Number:
USPS 244-800


Contents

Turkey Creek Vigil

It's the Excitement'

Genome Research Yields Quick Returns

OTHER STORIES
Samford Ranked Fifth in South by U.S. News & World Report

Education School Scores High in Effective Teacher Preparation

Faculty Accolades

Upcoming Samford Tours

ODK Seeking 50 Exemplary Alumni To Mark Society's Anniversary


ALUMNI
Manis Biography Wins Lillian Smith Book Award

University of Georgia Beckons Garver, Hanson with Sizable Postgraduate Packages

Alumni Office Seeks Samford Traditions


NEWS BRIEFS
Sequoyah, Cunningham Join Men's Hall of Fame

Samford Begins Offering Doctor of Education Program

Deupree Recognized for Fighting Illiteracy


SPORTS
Tillette: Men's Team One
Big Question Mark

Cochran, Moore Lead Veteran Women's Basketball Team


CLASS NOTES
BIRTHS
IN MEMORIAM

 
Fall 2000

Cochran, Moore Lead Veteran Women's Basketball Team

The Samford women's basketball team surprised the experts last year by going 19-10 in only its third season of competition. The Bulldogs were the nation's fifth best turnaround team, improving by 11 wins over the 8-19 mark of two years ago.

Three starters finished eligibility, including top scorer Jodi Morris (18 points a game) and assist leader Clarissa Tomlinson (201). But two starters return-point guard Aimee Cochran and center Cortney Moore-along with 10 other letterwinners.

Cochran, an All-Trans America Athletic Conference Second Teamer, started 81 straight games before a knee injury sidelined her for last year's finale. She averaged 12.4 points, 3.8 assists and 2.5 steals a year ago and has a chance to finish her career with 1,000 points, 400 rebounds, 400 assists and 300 steals.



Versatile Aimee Cochran leads women's team.

Moore, who has played in all 82 games since Samford women's basketball began, led the team in rebounding (6.8 a game) and blocked 42 shots. She has a shot at 600 career rebounds.

Seniors Wendi Wilcox, Danielle Pinkston and Clarissa Clark were effective performers off the bench.

"Our goal remains winning the TAAC championship," said Coach Janet Cone, who was rewarded in June with a new four-year contract. "Working hard is our trademark."


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