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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Exc e llent Student-Athletes Pr e mier Academics Pr e mier Facilities. Dr. Brad Hewitt SIUE Director of Athletics.

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The NCAA's core ideology consists of two notions: core purpose - the organization's reason for being - and core values - essential and enduring principles that guide an organization.
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  • Total Membership: 433
  • Average Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,145

Source: 2004-05 NCAA Division II Membership Report

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Total Membership: 285

  • Average Undergraduate Enrollment: 3,330

Source: 2004-05 NCAA Division II Membership Report

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Total Membership: 327

  • Average Undergraduate Enrollment: 9,797

Source: 2004-05 NCAA Division II Membership Report

great lakes valley conference
Great Lakes Valley Conference
  • Joined in 1995
  • Won 17 GLVC Championships
  • Won All-Sports Trophy 1997-1998
  • Consistently at the Top
women s soccer
Women’s Soccer

Padra

Bencini

Carbondale, Ill.

(Health Education)

men s soccer
Men’s Soccer

Brian Higgins

St. Charles, Mo.

(Nursing)

volleyball
Volleyball

Allison Buss

Towanda, Ill.

(Biology/Medical Science)

women s golf
Women’s Golf

Brittany Hood

Coulterville, Ill.

(Speech Communications)

men s golf
Men’s Golf

2005-2006

Team

men s basketball
Men’s Basketball

J.B Jones

Belleville, Ill.

(Kinesiology Education)

women s basketball
Women’s Basketball

Whitney Sykes

Granite City, Ill.

(Biology/Medical Science)

wrestling
Wrestling

Scott Audo

Glenarm, Ill.

(Business Administration)

women s tennis
Women’s Tennis

Gina Wohltman

Effingham, Ill.

(Elementary Education)

men s tennis
Men’s Tennis

Justin Free

Danville, Ill.

(Electrical Engineering)

baseball
Baseball

Cory Bunner

Jacksonville, Ill.

(Elementary Education)

softball
Softball

Alicia DeShasier

Carrollton, Ill.

(Civil Engineering)

women s track and field
Women’s Track and Field

Callie Glover

Bartlett, Ill.

(Art/Secondary Education)

men s track and field
Men’s Track and Field

Jonathan Bannister

Plano, Texas

(Kinesiology)

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LeeAnn Lomax

Track and Field/Cross Country

Graduated August 2005

(Sociology)