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SP RTS a s k e t b a I I ■ V t The Lady Rebels started the season off strong with a very definitive win against the Slovakian National Team. Scoring in the double figures the Lady Rebels were well on the way to becoming the team that they and Coach Aldy envisioned. After a devastating loss to Clemson, and a string of losses, three consective home games, the Lady Rebels went on the road to reclaim their status in a narrow victo- ry at Memphis. Much like last season, Memphis would serve as a spring board, helping the Lady Rebels over come their losses and re focus their overall game. The team would then go on to win 8 con- sective games before losing again to Navy. After the disappoint ment with Navy, the Lady Rebels would lose 3 games to bounce back again against nemesis Mississippi State. Tarsha Bethley scored 23 points and pulled down eight rebounds as Ole Miss downed Mississippi State 69-61. Ole Miss improved to 10-4 overall and 1-2 in the SEC, while Mississippi State fell to 9- 4 on the year and 1-2 in the SEC. Frankie Boyd recorded her first career double-double with 1 4 points and 1 1 rebounds. Chandra Dorsey added 10 points for Ole Miss. The home game against Mississippi State was a very close game, the Lady Rebels with only an 8 point lead. The Lady Bulldogs cut it to 66-61, but Stephanie Murphy added a free throw to put Ole Miss up by six. Takela Corbitt and Stephanie Murphy added free throws for the final margin. According to Coach Aldy it wasn ' t ugly, and it wasn ' t pretty, but we sure are proud to get the win. The Lady Rebels needed this win, not only to get a win in the conference but to put a stop to their losing skid. Tarsha Bethley really played well in the second half, and Frankie Boyd played well also. After this much needed victory over Mississippi State the Lady Rebels went on to win their next game. Despite ending the season on a loss, the Lady Rebels again had a sea- son to be proud of, while being eligible for the Women ' s NIT. The Lady Rebels ended the year with a 16-13 record and receiving a berth in the Women ' s NIT. This marked the 23rd winning season and the 15th post- game appearance in the history of the program. Without the hard work of the team, the accomplishments in the 1998- 1999 season would not have been realized. While many of the Lady Rebels accomplished things that the team can be proud of, a few went beyond expectations. Tanya Bolden was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and is currently a member of the UMAA Honor Roll. Frankie Boyd received recognition for most improved player for the season. While Jennie Gadd excelled both on and off the court, being named to the SEC Good Works team and receiving acceptance to Tulane Law School. 214
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k 1998-99 Roster No. Player Pos. 3 Jason Flanigan G 4 Jason Smith F 12 Jason Harrison G 20 Matt Pruitt G 21 Darrian Brown F 22 Michael White G 23 Syniker Taylor G 24 Marcus Hicks F 25 Lataryl Williams G F 30 Hunter Carpenter G 33 Keith Carter G 44 Rahim Lockhart F 54 John Engstrom Head Coach: Rod Barnes Assistants: Marc Dukes Eric Bozeman Wayne Brent C WRITTEN BY VINCENT HENDERSON, III. PHOTOGRAPHS BY STEPHEN MILES 1998-99 MENS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 20 wins • 13 lo sses Nov. 13 Alabama State 87-45 Nov. 16 Belmont 91-42 Nov. 18 Temple 52-68 Nov. 23 Alabama A M 89-45 Nov. 28 Austin Pear 105-62 Dec. 2 NE Louisiana 95-62 Dec. 5 Louisville 88-69 Dec. 7 West Alabama 101-68 Dec. 12 Memphis 72-78 Dec. 21 St. Joseph ' s 66-61 Dec. 22 Oklahoma 75-72 Dec. 23 Ohio State 62-67 Dec. 29 Prairie View A M 111-50 Jan. 2 Vanderbilt 64-79 Jan. 6 Alabama 78-60 Jan. 9 Arkansas 76-65 Jan. 13 Auburn 59-74 Jan. 16 Kentucky 57-63 Jan. 20 Mississippi St. 81-68 Jan. 23 Georgia 85-76 Jan. 27 South Carolina 66-67 Jan. 30 Arkansas 89-81 Feb. 3 LSU 82-66 Feb. 6 Florida 79-68 Feb. 9 Auburn 66-95 Feb. 17 Tennessee 67-69 Feb. 20 Mississippi St. 69-72 Feb. 24 Alabama 74-78 Feb. 27 LSU 79-57 SEC Tournament South Carolina Kentucky 64-60 73-83 NCAA Tournament Vlllanova Michigan State 72-70 66-74 denotes home games 213 SfflfP
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UPP V Senior Tarsha Bethley looks to pass during a home game in the Tad Smith Coliseum (left). Guard Becky Myatt goes in the paint for a shot (below). Sinissia Wysinger goes up for a shot against an Auburn defender (above). SPECIAL THANKS TO THE DAILY MISSISSIPPIAN FOR PHOTOGRAPHS. WRITTEN BY CAMILLA TAYLOR. 215 smTP
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