2010 - 2011 Archives

October 27, 2010

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Preseason Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, final 2009-10 record, final 2009-10 ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Gulf Coast (10)

32-1

143

1

2

Pensacola (4)

24-6

116

2

3

Chipola

11-17

112

--

4

Tallahassee (1)

20-9

111

4

5

Indian River State

21-5

79

3

6

Central Florida

19-11

59

8

7

Santa Fe

18-10

56

5

8

Northwest Florida State

17-8

43

7

9

Daytona State

15-13

32

9

10

Palm Beach State

21-7

21

6

Also receiving votes: Miami Dade 18, Florida State College 15, Hillsborough 13, Broward 5, Brevard 2.

November 9, 2010

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Gulf Coast (5)

1-0

107

1

2

Pensacola (4)

3-0

98

2

3

Chipola

2-0

98

3

4

Tallahassee (2)

1-0

94

4

5

Central Florida

2-0

63

6

6

Indian River State

2-0

61

5

7

Northwest Florida State

2-0

47

8

8

Santa Fe

2-0

40

7

9

Daytona State

1-2

34

9

10

Miami Dade (1)

0-4

26

--

Also receiving votes: Palm Beach State (1) 15, Florida State College at Jacksonville 14, Brevard 12, Hillsborough 6.

Dropped from rankings: No. 10 Palm Beach State

November 16, 2010

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Gulf Coast (5)

3-0

111

1

2

Pensacola State (4)

5-0

106

2t

3

Tallahassee (1)

3-0

89

4

4

Chipola (1)

4-1

83

2t

5

Central Florida

4-1

68

5

6

Indian River State

3-0

55

6

7

Northwest Florida State

3-1

46

7

8

Daytona State

3-3

36

9

9

Santa Fe

2-3

22

8

10

Miami Dade (1)

2-5

19

10

Also receiving votes: Hillsborough 12, Florida State College at Jacksonville 11, Broward 1, Palm Beach State 1.

November 23, 2010

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (11)

8-0

126

2

2

Gulf Coast (2)

4-1

112

1

3

Tallahassee

4-0

106

3

4

Central Florida

7-1

74

5

5

Chipola

5-3

73

4

6

Indian River State

4-0

66

6

7

Northwest Florida State

6-1

64

7

8

Daytona State

6-3

34

8

9

Santa Fe

4-5

22

9

10t

Broward

3-2

11

--

10t

Hillsborough

2-2

11

--

Also receiving votes: St. Petersburg 9, Florida State College at Jacksonville 6, Palm Beach State 1.

Dropped from rankings: No. 10 Miami Dade.

FCCAA Women's Basketball Player of the Week

November 23, 2010

Meghan Perkins, Pensacola State

Sophomore – Guard/Forward – Montgomery, Ala.

Pensacola State College’s Meghan Perkins is this week’s FCCAA Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. Perkins, a sophomore from Montgomery, Ala., averaged 19.3 points, 13.0 rebounds and 3.0 steals during a 3-0 week for the Lady Pirates. Perkins reached double-figures in rebounds in all three outings, including a 17-rebound effort against Baton Rouge on November 16. She followed that with double-doubles in what proved to be Pensacola State’s toughest tests of the season. Against Vincennes on November 19, she recorded 31 points and ten rebounds in the Lady Pirates’ 108-103 overtime victory. The next day, her 23 points, 12 rebounds and six steals helped Pensacola State to a 77-63 win over Georgia Perimeter. For the week, Perkins shot 73.3 percent (22-of-30) from the floor and 77.8 percent (14-of-18) from the charity stripe.

Other notable performances:

* Diana Choibekova, Daytona State – averaged 14.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals in three games

* Yishica Sims, Broward – averaged 17.7 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.0 assists in three games

 * Latoria Stephens, Miami Dade – averaged 17.7 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.67 steals in three games

November 30, 2010

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (14)

9-0

140

1

2

Gulf Coast

4-1

119

2

3

Tallahassee

5-1

110

3

4

Northwest Florida State

8-1

92

7

5

Chipola

7-3

90

5

6

Central Florida

7-3

72

4

7

Indian River State

5-1

55

6

8

Daytona State

6-3

36

8

9

Santa Fe

4-7

23

9

10

St. Petersburg

6-2

17

--


Also receiving votes: Broward 6, Hillsborough 5, Florida State College at Jacksonville 4, Miami Dade 1.

Dropped from rankings: No. 10t Broward, No. 10t Hillsborough.

December 7, 2010

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (11)

13-0

110

1

2

Gulf Coast

6-1

96

2

3

Tallahassee

7-1

84

3

4t

Northwest Florida State

10-1

74

4

4t

Chipola

9-3

74

5

6

Central Florida

8-4

45

6

7

Indian River State

5-3

36

7

8

Daytona State

7-4

31

8

9

Santa Fe

6-7

23

9

10

St. Petersburg

7-4

20

10


Also receiving votes: Hillsborough 5, Broward 3, Palm Beach State 2, Florida State College at Jacksonville 1, Miami Dade 1. 

FCCAA Women's Basketball Player of the Week

December 7

Ariel Easton, Palm Beach State
Freshman – Guard – South Bend, Ind.

Palm Beach State College’s Ariel Easton is this week’s FCCAA Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. Easton, a freshman from South Bend, Ind., averaged 24.3 points, thanks to three straight 20+ point outings last week for the Lady Panthers, who went 2-1. After a 21-point effort against ASA on November 30, Easton scored 27 and 25 points on consecutive days against Florida State College at Jacksonville and Tallahassee, respectively, at the Florida College’s Women’s Basketball Shootout. Easton hit five three-pointers in each of the three games and shot 53.6 percent from the three-point stripe for the week. She also shot 56.1 percent (23-of-41) overall from the floor, 80.0 percent (12-of-15) from the free throw line and averaged 3.7 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 2.0 steals and 1.3 blocks.

Other notable performances:

* Kyra Crosby, Gulf Coast – averaged 29.0 points and 6.5 rebounds in two games

* Mekiala Qualls, Daytona State – averaged 9.0 points and 6.0 rebounds, 56.0 FG% in two games

* Ashley Wilkes, Miami Dade – averaged 23.0 points and 8.5 rebounds in two games

December 14, 2010

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (11)

15-0

110

1

2t

Northwest Florida State

12-1

86

4t

2t

Tallahassee

9-1

86

3

4

Golf Coast

6-3

82

2

5

Chipola

11-3

76

4t

6

Central Florida

9-5

52

6

7

Indian River State

6-3

36

7

8

Daytona State

9-5

27

8

9

Santa Fe

8-7

23

9

10

St. Petersburg

8-4

20

10


Also receiving votes: Hillsborough 3, Florida State College at Jacksonville 2, Miami Dade 1, Palm Beach State 1

FCCAA Women's Basketball Player of the Week

December 14

Mekiala Qualls, Daytona State

Sophomore – Center – Pensacola, Fla.

Daytona State College’s Mekiala Qualls is this week’s FCCAA Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. Qualls, a sophomore from Pensacola, Fla., averaged 11.3 points and 8.0 rebounds in three games for the Lady Falcons. In a top-ten battle against St. Petersburg on December 8, Qualls tallied 12 points and five rebounds. Her solid play continued through a pair of games at last weekend’s Crown Plaza Classic, hosted by Brevard Community College. Against Broward on December 10, she scored 16 points on 8-of-11 shooting and pulled down eight rebounds. The next day, she scored six points but enjoyed a double-digit rebound effort, snagging 11 boards against Central Georgia Tech. For the week, Qualls shot 53.1 percent (17-of-32) from the floor and her 1.3 blocks per game aided Daytona State’s stingy defense, which held its two weekend opponents to a 27.0 percent field goal percentage.

Other notable performances:

* Ariel Easton, Palm Beach State – averaged 24.5 points and 3.0 rebounds in two games
* Jasmine Richardson, Santa Fe – averaged 12.5 rebounds in two games
* Brandi Wingate-Holland, Northwest Florida State – averaged 13.0 points in two games

Lady Indians Upset by Daytona State


January 4, 2011

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (12)

17-0

120

1

2

Northwest Florida State

15-1

99

2t

3

Gulf Coast

11-3

87

4

4

Tallahassee

11-2

85

2t

5

Chipola

14-4

79

5

6

Central Florida

10-8

47

6

7

Daytona State

10-7

42

8

8

Indian River State

10-4

38

7

9

St. Petersburg

13-5

28

10

10

Santa Fe

8-9

21

9


Also receiving votes: Palm Beach State 5, Miami Dade 4, Hillsborough 3, Florida State College at Jacksonville 2.

January 12, 2011

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State

20-0

100

1

2

Northwest Florida State

16-2

87

2

3

Chipola

15-5

79

5

4

Gulf Coast

12-4

73

3

5

Tallahassee

11-5

54

4

6

Central Florida

11-9

48

6

7

Indian River State

12-4

28

8

8

St. Petersburg

13-5

26

9

9

Daytona State

12-8

24

7

10

Santa Fe

10-10

21

10


Also receiving votes: Florida State College at Jacksonville 4, Palm Beach State 4, Broward 1, Hillsborough 1.

January 18, 2011

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (11)

21-0

110

1

2

Northwest Florida State

17-2

97

2

3

Chipola

15-6

84

3

4

Gulf Coast

12-5

83

4

5

Daytona State

13-8

47

9

6

Tallahassee

11-5

46

5

7

Central Florida

12-9

45

6

8

Indian River State

13-4

37

7

9

St. Petersburg

15-5

28

8

10

Santa Fe

10-10

15

10

Also receiving votes: Miami Dade 6, Florida State College at Jacksonville 3, Hillsborough 2, Palm Beach State 2.

January 18, 2011

Jessica Merritt, Pensacola State
Sophomore – Guard – Talladega, Ala.

Pensacola State College’s Jessica Merritt is this week’s FCCAA Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. Merritt, a sophomore from Talladega, Ala., averaged 25.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 4.0 steals in two Panhandle Conference games. At No. 3 Chipola on January 11, Merritt’s double-double – 23 points and 10 rebounds – helped the top-ranked Lady Pirates to a 73-66 win. Four days later, she scored 27 points on 11-of-14 shooting and added six rebounds, six assists and six steals, leading Pensacola State to a 92-84 come-from-behind victory over No. 4 Gulf Coast. For the week, Merritt shot 65.6 percent (21-of-32) from the floor and 70.0 percent (7-of-10) from the free throw line.

Other notable performances:

* Diana Choibekova, Daytona State – averaged 12.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games
* Joanna Harden, Northwest Florida State – averaged 18.5 points, 2.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 3.0 steals in two games
* Ashley Wilkes, Miami Dade – averaged 27.7 points and 14.7 rebounds in three games

January 25, 2011

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (9)

22-0

90

1

2

Northwest Florida State

17-4

78

2

3

Chipola

16-6

69

3

4

Gulf Coast

13-6

66

4

5

Tallahassee

12-6

38

6

6

St. Petersburg

16-5

36

9

7

Santa Fe

13-10

34

10

8

Central Florida

13-10

29

7

9

Daytona State

14-9

25

5

10

Indian River State

14-5

21

8

Also receiving votes: Miami Dade 5, Florida State College at Jacksonville 2, Palm Beach State 2.

February 1, 2011

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (13)

24-0

130

1

2

Nortwest Florida State

18-4

109

2

3

Chipola

17-7

103

3

4

Gulf Coast

13-7

71 

4

5

Santa Fe

14-10

69

7

6

Daytona State

16-9

53

9

7

St. Petersburg

17-5

52

6

8

Tallahassee

12-8

51

5

9

Indian River State

15-5

35

10

10

Central Florida

14-11

33

8


Also receiving votes: Miami Dade 6, Florida State College at Jacksonville 2, Broward 1.

February 1, 2011

Leandra King, Santa Fe
Sophomore – Center – New Carrollton, Md.

Santa Fe College’s Leandra King is this week’s FCCAA Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. King, a sophomore from New Carrollton, Md., averaged 12.0 points and 8.5 rebounds in two Mid-Florida Conference games last week. Against Central Florida on January 24, King tallied 14 points, five rebounds and two blocks, which added to her totals as the FCCAA’s leading shot blocker in 2010-11, as well as Santa Fe’s best all-time. Two days later, her double-double- 10 points and 12 rebounds – led Santa Fe to a victory over Florida State College at Jacksonville and kept the Lady Saints atop the MFC standings.

Other notable performances:

* Stormey Smith, Daytona State – averaged 9.6 points, 2.0 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 2.0 steals in three games
* Daphne Walker, Daytona State – averaged 11.5 points and 12.5 rebounds in two games
* Ashley Wilkes, Miami Dade – 27 points and 14 rebounds in her only game of the week vs. Indian River State

February 7, 2011

Daytona Defeats Santa Fe, 75-69

February 8, 2011

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (10)

25-0

100

1

2

Northwest Florida State

20-4

90

2

3

Chipola

18-8

78

3

4

Daytona State

17-9

55

6

5

Gulf Coast

13-9

48

4

6

Santa Fe

15-11

39

5

7

St. Petersburg

18-6

38

7

8

Tallahassee

12-9

32

8

9

Indian River State

16-5

30

9

10

Central Florida

14-12

22

10

 Also receiving votes: Miami Dade 8, Florida State College at Jacksonville 2, Hillsborough 2.

February 15, 2011

The FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, 2010-11 record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (13)

28-0

130

1

2

Northwest Florida State

21-5

114

2

3

Chipola

18-10

86

3

4

Daytona State

18-10

76

4

5

Santa Fe

16-12

74

6

6

Gulf Coast

14-10

62

5

7

St. Petersburg

18-7

54

7

8

Indian River State

17-6

36

9

9

Central Florida

15-13

33

10

10

Tallahassee

13-11

29

8


Also receiving votes: Miami Dade 16, Broward 4, Hillsborough 1.

2010-2011 Mid-Florida Conference Awards:

1st Team All-Conference

2nd Team All-Conference

All-Conference Honorable Mention

Diana Choibekova

Oditte Odisho

Jamila Thompson

Daphne Walker

Mekiala Qualls

Stormey Smith

Jasmine Poole

 

Shanika Brooks

February 22, 2011 (FINAL)

The final regular season FCCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll, with number of first-place votes in parentheses, final 2010-11 regular season record, previous ranking and total points in voting by FCCAA women’s basketball coaches, the FCCAA Women’s Basketball Chair and the FCCAA Scoreboard Coordinator.

Rank

Team

Record

Pts

Pvs

1

Pensacola State (12)

29-0

120

1

2

Northwest Florida State

22-6

108

2

3t

Daytona State

19-10

67

4

3t

Santa Fe

17-12

67

5

5

Chipola

19-11

57

3

6

Indian River State

18-6

52

8

7

Gulf Coast

15-11

49

6

8

St. Petersburg

19-7

48

7

9

Central Florida

17-13

43

9

10

Tallahassee

13-12

29

10

Also receiving votes: Miami Dade 13, Hillsborough 3, Florida State College at Jacksonville 1.

2/23/2011

March tryouts set for the 2011-2012 Lady Falcon Team

4/5/2011

Congratulations to Lady Falcon Mekiala Qualls, recipient of the Sandy Miller Award

April 21, 2011

All FCSAA/NJCAA Region VIII & FCSAA All Tournament Team
Diana Choibekova

Diana Choibekova Signs with Winthrop University

-2010-2011 Mid-Florida Conference Co-Champions
-2010-2011 Co-Head Coach of the Year-Cal Cochran
-2011 Sandy Miller Award Recipient, Mekiala Qualls