A celebration of Laura Vanderbeck's first year as ASC head coach!

If you're willing to dig a little bit, the NCAA's archived stats page has some surprising finds. Unfortunately, hardly any data from this season has survived, even on archives. I've linked and made notes of what little information I was able to find. Note there are no conference games listed -- the Scotties were an independent team in 2001-02. They joined the Great South Athletic Conference in the legendary following year.

If anyone has any current information on Coach Vanderbeck's current whereabouts, please e-mail the Parade's curators.

Date Opponent Final Score Game Notes
Nov. 16 Atlanta Christian Coll. 72-60 Scotties drop a disappointing opener at the Agnes Scott Tip-Off Classic.
Nov. 1 at Southeastern (FL) Univ. 75-57  
Nov. 28 LaGrange College 75-47  
Dec. 3 at Oglethorpe University 87-37 Oglethorpe finished the year with a 9-16 record in Division III.
Dec. 8 at Piedmont College 88-45  
Jan. 8 at Mary Baldwin College 93-42 Scotties get clobbered by some school nicknamed the Fighting Squirrels.
Jan. 10 at Ferrum College 75-28 ASC trailed 33-4 after 12 minutes. 18 different Panthers saw action.
Jan. 11 at Hollins University 82-31 Hollins went 2-7 in next 9, with a very intriguing 95-29 win over Bennett.
Jan. 15 Clearwater Christian Coll. 88-42 Clearwater went on to finish 7th at the NCCAA National Championship.
Jan. 17 Piedmont College 82-26  
Jan. 21 LaGrange College 82-45  
Jan. 26 at SCAD 89-50 SCAD stands for Savannah College of Art and Design.
Jan. 29 at Wesleyan (GA) Coll. 88-43 Wesleyan went on to finish the year 11-14.
Feb. 2 Warren Wilson College 52-38  
Feb. 5 at Atlanta Christian Coll. 62-53 Miracle Wright has an outstanding game, scoring 26 with 13 rebounds.
Feb. 9 vs. Apprentice (at SCAD) 92-43 According to the NCAA stats, attendance was a whole ten people.
Feb. 10 at SCAD 97-53  
Feb. 16 Huntingdon College 75-53  
Feb. 22 at Meredith College 103-49 Loss was in the 1st round of the NC-GA Women's Tournament.
Feb. 23 at Warren Wilson Coll. 59-52 ASC built off this close loss by defeating the Owls in next year's opener.

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