2006-07 Women's Basketball Roster
Seated (l-r): Stefani Munro, Sarah-Jo Lawrence, Lisa Steele, Kenan Cole, Kimberly Beck, Faith Peters, Robin Murphy, Lora Mitchell
Standing (l-r): Head Coach Joe McKeown, Assistant Coach Tajama (Abraham) Ngongba, Assistant Coach Mike Bozeman, Chantelle John, Ivy Abiona, Jazmine Adair, Jessica Adair, Jamila Bates, Whitney Allen, Director of Basketball Operations Liz Dancause, Assistant Coach Ali Jaques, Strength Coach Mark Bearden
Head Coach: Joe McKeown (Kent State '79) - 18th Season
Assistant Coach: Tajama Ngongba (George Washington '97) - 3rd Season
Assistant Coach: Mike Bozeman (Fairleigh Dickinson '88) - 2nd Season
Assistant Coach: Ali Jaques (New York University '98) - 1st Season
Dir. of Basketball Operations: Liz Dancause (George Washington '05) - 1st Season
Strength & Conditioning Coach: Mark Bearden (Oklahoma State '97) - 5th Season
Athletic Trainer: Chris Duncan - 1st Season
Student Managers: Steve Aveni, Loretta Charles, Elliot Rozenberg, Molly Wade
|No.||Name||Yr.||Pos.||Ht.||Hometown/High School/Previous School|
|1||Jessica Adair||So.||C/F||6-4||Washington, DC/Anacostia|
|3||Whitney Allen||Jr.||F||5-11||Woodbridge, VA/Woodbridge|
|5||Kimberly Beck||Jr.||G||5-8||Fairburn, GA/Woodward Academy|
|11||Robin Murphy||Fr.||F||6-0||Conyers, GA/Stephenson|
|12||Faith Peters||So.||G||5-10||Baton Rouge, LA/University Laboratory School|
|15||Chantelle John||So.||F||6-2||Scarborough, ONT/Agincourt Collegiate Institute|
|20||Kenan Cole||Sr.||G/F||5-10||Rocky Ridge, MD/St. John's at Prospect Hall|
|21||Jazmine Adair||So.||F||6-3||Washington, DC/Anacostia|
|22||Stefani Munro||Fr.||G||5-7||Mount Clemens, MI/Mount Clemens|
|25||Lora Mitchell||Jr.||F||6-1||Orem, UT/Mountain View|
|32||Sarah-Jo Lawrence||Jr.||G||5-11||Rhoadesville, VA/Orange County|
|33||Jamila Bates||So.||F||6-1||Seattle, WA/Garfield|
|34||Ivy Abiona||Fr.||F||6-2||Cherry Hill, NJ/Cherry Hill East|
|35||Lisa Steele||R-So.||G||5-11||Erial, NJ/Highland Regional|
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