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2013-14 FACT BOOK General Quick Facts Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York, N.Y. 10027 Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1754 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.274 President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lee C. Bollinger Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . Dr. M. Dianne Murphy Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Columbia Blue & White Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lions Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ivy League Home Court . . . . . . . . . . . . Levien Gymnasium (2,700) Press Row . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212-854-1165

Program History First Season . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1900-01 (2,424 Games) All-Time Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,205-1,219 (.497)

Table of Contents Quick Facts............................................................................................................1 Columbia University............................................................................................3-4 Administration....................................................................................................5-6 2013-14 Roster/Schedule.......................................................................................7 2012-13 Statistical Leaders....................................................................................7 Head Coach Kyle Smith.......................................................................................8-9 Coaching Staff................................................................................................10-12 Support Staff..................................................................................................13-15 Player Profiles..................................................................................................16-26 2012-13 Season Statistics...............................................................................27-28 All-Time Series Records...................................................................................29-30 All-Time Series Results.....................................................................................31-41

All-Time Ivy League Record . . . . . . . . 299-455 (.397)

Year-By-Year Results.......................................................................................42-46

Ivy League Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (1968

1,000-Point Scorers..............................................................................................47

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Individual Career Records.....................................................................................48

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Individual Single-Season Records..........................................................................49

NCAA Tournament Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4

The 2012-13 Columbia Lions 2011-12 Overall Record...................................... 12-16 2011-12 Ivy Record....................................... 4-10 (8th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................. 13/4 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 3/2 Key Returners ....... Grant Mullins (9.7 PPG, 86.8 FT%) ....... ....... ....... .......Alex Rosenberg (9.5 ppg, 4.3 rpg) ....... ....... ....... . Steve Frankoski (8.9 PPG, 45.5 3FG%)

Team Single-Season Records................................................................................50 Single-Game Records...........................................................................................51 Miscellaneous Records....................................................................................52-53 Columbia and the AP Top-25...............................................................................54 NCAA Tournament History...................................................................................55 All-Time Awards/Honors.................................................................................56-59 Columbia Athletics Hall of Fame.....................................................................60-65 All-Time Letterwinners....................................................................................66-67 Sports Information/Media Relations......................................................................68

Key Losses ....... .... Brian Barbour (12.1 PPG, 4.0 APG) ....... ....... ....... ....... ..... Mark Cisco (8.1 PPG, 5.7 RPG)

Coaching Staff Head Coach...........................Kyle Smith (Hamilton '92) Office Phone/Fax........................ 212–854–3103/7088

CREDITS

Email......................................... ks2871@columbia.edu

The 2013-14 Columbia Men's Basketball

Overall Record............................. 42-44/Three Seasons Record at Columbia.............................................Same

Fact Book was designed and written by

Assistant Coaches............ Carlin Hartman (Tulane '94) .

Mike Kowalsky, Darlene Camacho and

...................................... Todd Golden (Saint Mary's '07 .

Brock Malone. Additional contributions

......................................... Kevin Hovde (Richmond '11) Dir. of Basketball Ops..Mike Magpayo (UC Santa Barbara '01)

by Sean Alston, Paul Delaney and Trevor

Athletic Trainer..................Ajaya Williams (Hofstra '04)

McDonagh. Photos by Gene Boyers, Mike

Strength & Conditioning..Tommy Sheehan (Rochester '90)

McLaughlin and Columbia University.

Sports Information/Media Relations

Template design assistance by Tom

Associate Athletics Director . . . . . . . . Darlene Camacho

Rickert, Register Graphics.

MBB Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Kowalsky Email/Phone . . . . mk3531@columbia.edu/(212) 854-7064 Sports Info. Phone/Fax . . . . . . . . . . (212) 854-2534/8168 Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . gocolumbialions.com

Printing by Columbia University Print Services.

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THIS IS COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK

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rom its beginnings in a schoolhouse in lower Manhattan, Columbia University has grown to encompass two principal campuses in New York City: the historic, neoclassical campus in the Morningside Heights neighborhood and the modern Medical Center further uptown, in Washington Heights.

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oday, Columbia is one of the top academic and research institutions in the world, conducting pathbreaking research in medicine, science, the arts, and the humanities. It includes three undergraduate schools, thirteen graduate and professional schools, and a school of continuing education.

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n New York, the greatest city in the world has everything at your fingertips. A baseball game at Yankee Stadium, a world-class Broadway show, or just a ride around the city where neighborhoods flow freely into one another, NEW YORK HAS IT ALL!

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LEE C. BOLLINGER President, Columbia University

Lee C. Bollinger became the nineteenth President of Columbia University on June 1, 2002. A prominent advocate of affirmative action, he played a leading role in the twin Supreme Court cases—Grutter v Bollinger and Gratz v Bollinger—that upheld and clarified the importance of diversity as a compelling justification for affirmative action in higher education. A leading First Amendment scholar, he is widely published on freedom of speech and press, and currently serves on the faculty of Columbia Law School. This past fall he taught a course, A Free Press for a Global Society, focused on issues he addresses in his most recent work, Uninhibited, Robust, and Wide-Open: A Free Press for a New Century. From November 1996 to 2002, Bollinger was the President of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where he had also served as a law professor and dean of the Law School. Under Bollinger’s leadership, Columbia launched the largest capital campaign in its history, proposed its most ambitious campus expansion in more than a century and received a record number of applications for its incoming undergraduate class. Committed to ensuring that, from its location in the nation’s most global city, Columbia excels as a truly global university, he launched a number of new initiatives that include: the World Leaders Forum, which invites prominent international figures to the campus to engage in the major issues of our time; the faculty Committee on Global Thought, to pursue scholarship and generate new curriculum models that help students become better citizens of the world; as well as new academic partnerships with institutions around the globe. Long a supporter of the arts, Bollinger created the Columbia Arts Initiative to enhance the role of the arts across many facets of the student experience and university life. In proposing that the University invest in long-term growth in upper Manhattan, he has committed to expanding Columbia’s already extensive civic partnerships that work to improve education, health care and economic opportunity in West Harlem, Washington Heights and other local New York neighborhoods. Bollinger serves as the chair of the Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, a director of the Washington Post Company and a member of the Pulitzer Prize Board. Bollinger is also a fellow of both the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society. Widely published on legal and constitutional issues involving free speech and press, Bollinger’s books include: Eternally Vigilant: Free Speech in the Modern Era; Images of a Free Press; The Tolerant Society: Freedom of Speech and Extremist Speech in America; and Contract Law in Modern Society: Cases and Materials. In January 2010, his most recent work, Uninhibited, Robust, and Wide-Open: A Free Press for a New Century, was published by Oxford University Press. Bollinger has received the National Humanitarian Award from the National Conference for Community and Justice and the National Equal Justice Award from the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund for his leadership on affirmative action. He also received the Clark Kerr Award, the highest award conferred by the faculty of the University of California, Berkeley, for his service to higher education, especially on matters of freedom of speech and diversity. He is the recipient of numerous honorary degrees from universities in this country and abroad. After graduating from the University of Oregon and Columbia Law School, where he was an Articles Editor of the Law Review, Bollinger served as law clerk for Judge Wilfred Feinberg on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and for Chief Justice Warren Burger on the United States Supreme Court. He joined the University of Michigan Law School faculty in 1973. Bollinger was born in Santa Rosa, California, and raised there and in Baker, Oregon. He is married to artist Jean Magnano Bollinger, and they have two children and one grandchild.

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DR. M. DIANNE MURPHY Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education

Now in her ninth full year as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education, Dr. M. Dianne Murphy has presided over one of the most successful periods in Columbia Athletics history. Columbia teams have excelled across the board during her tenure. Since 200405, Columbia has won Ivy League titles in 12 different sports including baseball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, men’s fencing, women’s fencing, men’s golf, women’s golf, women’s soccer, women’s indoor track and field, men’s tennis and women’s tennis. A prominent and active administrator on the national collegiate athletics landscape, Murphy was named to the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee in February 2011. She also developed an elite leadership-training program for college women’s basketball coaches, The Center for Coaching Excellence, in conjunction with the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). In 2012-13, baseball won its second Ivy League title in five years and won a game in the NCAA Division I Baseball Championships for the first time in school history. Women’s tennis won its first Ivy League title in school history and produced the school’s first-ever women’s tennis Ivy League Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons. Columbia Athletics has also produced 90 individual Ivy League titles over the last five years, the most in school history. Several Columbia teams rose to the top of the Ivy League standings in 2011-12. The women’s indoor track and field team won its first Ivy League title in program history. The men’s cross country team and the men’s tennis each earned at-large bids to their NCAA Championships. For cross country, it was its first-ever NCAA at-large bid and for men’s tennis, it was their first at-large bid in 14 years. In all, five Columbia teams finished in second place in the Ivy League in 2011-12 and 14 teams finished third or higher at the end of the year. In 2010-11, 22 Columbia student-athletes won Ivy League individual championships, the most ever in a single academic year in school history. 
 Men’s squash and women’s squash became Columbia’s 30thand 31st intercollegiate varsity sport programs in 2009, making Columbia one of the few NCAA Division I institutions to add sports over the last five years. Murphy has overseen a number of initiatives aimed at transforming the experience of Columbia’s more than 800 student-athletes. She has undertaken a complete strategic planning process aimed at short- and long-term excellence in athletics. Murphy spearheaded the creation of the Columbia Athletics Hall of Fame, which had its inaugural ceremony on February 18, 2006. The fourth and most recent Athletics Hall of Fame class will be inducted in October 2012. Murphy also initiated the celebration of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium Silver Anniversary, honoring 25 years of women’s athletics at Columbia. A steward of leadership initiatives, Murphy created the Leaders for Life program in 2008, designed to provide comprehensive leadership training to student-athlete representatives from all 31 of Columbia’s varsity sports programs. Murphy came to Columbia after six years as Director of Athletics and Recreation at the University of Denver, where she led the Pioneers’ program from NCAA Division II to one of the nation’s top Division I athletics programs. Under Murphy’s leadership, eight Denver sport programs made NCAA tournament appearances and, on four occasions, Denver teams won a national title. In 2003-04, Denver enjoyed its best season when it won the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship, placed third in the NCAA Skiing Championship, and advanced to NCAA tournaments in women’s soccer, women’s tennis, and

men and women’s golf. The scope of Denver’s athletics excellence was recognized nationally through the United States Sports Academy’s Directors’ Cup, which recognized the best overall athletics programs in the nation, determined by an award of points based on teams’ finishes. The University of Denver finished among the nation’s top third of athletics programs in each of its six years since becoming a Division I member in 1998-99. In 2004, the Pioneers set a University record when they finished 58th in the Directors’ Cup, in the top 20 percent of all NCAA Division I schools. Denver’s athletics program served as a model for national and regional academic, as well as athletics, excellence. The Pioneers gained numerous academic honors, among them the Sun Belt Conference Graduation Rate Award, which it earned for five consecutive years. Prior to joining the University of Denver, Murphy served as associate athletics director and senior woman administrator at Cornell University from 1995 to 1998. She oversaw nine Division I sports, marketing and promotions, sports information and alumni and booster activities. She helped hire football and basketball coaches and was an advocate for the coaches. Cornell enhanced its equity initiatives and increased its fundraising revenues under her guidance. From 1988 to 1995, she was the assistant athletics director at The University of Iowa, serving as the university’s lead administrator for external activities. She worked on behalf of Iowa’s coaches, and was effective in enhancing a strong compliance program. 

 Murphy began her athletics administrative career in 1987-88 as the assistant athletics director at Kentucky State University. From 1986 to 1988, she chaired the school’s Division of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, served as an associate professor and advised undergraduate students. Prior to becoming an athletics administrator, Murphy coached basketball for 13 years. She was the head women’s basketball coach at Shorter College (1973-76), Florida State University (1976-79) and Eastern Kentucky University (1979-86). Murphy was named the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Administrator of the Year in 2004. She chaired the NCAA Division I Basketball Issues Committee from 2002 to 2004 and is currently is a member of the State Farm Wade Trophy Women’s Basketball Player of the Year Committee. She also served on the NCAA Certification and Diversity Committee and the Board of Directors for the Women’s Collegiate Sports Awards, the organization that presents the Honda Award and the Honda-Broderick Cup. She is active in several national organizations, including the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the WBCA. She was named NACWAA’s Division I (Football Championship Subdivision) National Administrator of the Year for 2007-08 and served as NACWAA’s president during 2002-03. In 2004, NACDA honored her as the General Sports Turf West Athletic Director of the Year. The All-American Football Foundation has presented her with the Senior Sports Administrator Award.

 At Columbia, she helped initiate the University’s Sports Management master’s degree program. She serves on the faculty as an instructor. 

 Murphy holds a Ph.D. in administration and curriculum from Florida State (1980), and master’s (1973) and bachelor’s (1972) degrees from Tennessee Technological University. The Tennessee Tech Alumni Association honored her with its 2005 Distinguished Alumna Award. Florida State presented her with its “Grad Made Good” award at its 2005 Homecoming. She lives in Manhattan, near the Columbia campus.

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LEVIEN GYMNASIUM WHERE THE LIONS ROAM

Pronunciation Gui

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2013-14 Men's Basketball 2013-14 Roster

No. 1 2 3 4 5 11 12 13 15 20 21 22 23 32 52

Name Jeff Coby Isaac Cohen Grant Mullins Kendall Jackson Steve Frankoski Zach En’Wezoh Maodo Lo Alex Rosenberg Luke Petrasek Paddy Quinn Noah Springwater Meiko Lyles Cory Osetkowski Chris McComber Connor Voss

Pos. F G G G G F G F F G G G C F C

Ht. 6-7 6-4 6-3 5-9 6-2 6-8 6-3 6-7 6-9 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-10 6-7 7-1

Wt. 210 210 175 160 175 220 180 215 190 175 175 190 265 225 245

Yr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/High School Pembroke Pines, Fla./Choate Rosemary Hall/Sagemont Orlando, Fla./Orlando Christian Prep Burlington, Ontario/Notre Dame/REDA Union City, Calif./Suffield Academy/Bishop O’Dowd Florham Park, N.J./St. Benedict’s Prep Kennewick, Wash./Kamiakin Berlin, Germany/Wilbraham & Monson Short Hills, N.J./Millburn East Northport, N.Y./Northport Ramsey, N.J./Don Bosco Prep San Francisco, Calif./University Nashville, Tenn./University School Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Canyon Crest Nepean, Ontario/John McCrae Secondary School/REDA St. Cloud, Minn./St. Cloud Cathedral

Head Coach: Kyle Smith (Fourth Season - Hamilton '92) Associate Head Coach: Carlin Hartman Assistant Coaches: Todd Golden, Kevin Hovde Director of Basketball Operations: Mike Magpayo

Pronunciation Guide Steve Frankoski......................Frank-KAH-skee Zach En'Wezoh........................... En-WEE-zoh Luke Petrasek............................ Puh-TRA-seck Meiko Lyles...................................... MEE-koh Cory Osetkowski..................OH-set-kow-skee

Scoring 1. Brian Barbour

12.1

2. Grant Mullins

9.7

3. Alex Rosenberg

9.5

Rebounding 1. Mark Cisco

5.7

2. John Daniels

4.6

3. Alex Rosenberg

4.3

Field Goal Pct. 1. Isaac Cohen

.528

2. John Daniels

.508

3. Mark Cisco

.456

Free-Throw Pct. 1. Brian Barbour

.882

2. Grant Mullins

.868

3. Alex Rosenberg

.748

Three-Point FG Pct.

Roster Breakdown By Class: First-Year (5): Coby, Jackson, McComber, Petrasek, Voss Sophomore (5): Cohen, En'Wezoh, Lo, Mullins, Quinn Juniors (5): Frankoski, Lyles, Osetkowski, Rosenberg, Springwater

2012-13 Statistical Leaders

State/Country: California (3): Jackson, Osetkowski, Springwater Florida (2): Coby, Cohen New Jersey (3): Frankoski, Quinn, Rosenberg New York (1): Petrasek Minnesota (1): Voss Tennessee (1): Lyles Washington (1): En'Wezoh Canada (2): McComber, Mullins Germany (1): Lo

1. Steve Frankoski

.455

2. Grant Mullins

.374

3. Maodo Lo

.300

Assists 1. Brian Barbour

4.0

2. Alex Roseberg

1.9

3. Grant Mullins

1.6

Steals 1. Brian Barbour

1.6

2. Grant Mullins

1.0

3. Maodo Lo

0.8

Blocks 1. Mark Cisco

0.7

2. Cory Osetkowski

0.7

3. Maodo Lo

0.4

Minutes Played

Front Row (L-R): Isaac Cohen, Noah Springwater, Paddy Quinn, Kendall Jackson, Grant Mullins, Steve Frankoski, Meiko Lyles Back Row: Maodo Lo, Chris McComber, Jeff Coby, Cory Osetkowski, Conor Voss, Luke Petrasek, Zach En'Wezoh, Alex Rosenberg

1. Brian Barbour

32.6

2. Grant Mullins

28.1

3. Alex Rosenberg

27.0

Bold Indicates Returning Player

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KYLE SMITH HEAD COACH FOURTH SEASON HAMILTON '92

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yle Smith was named Columbia’s 22nd head coach in the 113-year history of the men’s basketball program on May 2, 2010.

Over the last two seasons, Columbia has finished with an RPI of 186, the highest in program history in the 20 years that RPI data has been available.

Smith has assembled a staff that has a combined nine NCAA Tournament appearances – either as coaches or players, six NCAA Tournament wins and been a part of two “Sweet 16's.”

Smith led the Lions to a 15-13 record in 2010-11, the first winning season for a new Columbia head coach in 33 years. Ten of those wins came at home games at Levien Gymnasium, tied for the most in program history in a single season. The Lions increased their scoring output by more than 10 points per game in 2010-11 and scored more than 70 points 15 different times during the season.

In 2012-13, the Lions knocked off a pair of eventual NCAA Tournament teams after statement wins at Villanova and against Harvard at Levien Gym. Columbia's 42 wins in Smith's first three seasons at the helm are the most for a Columbia coach since Buddy Mahar (1978-81). Smith completed the 2011-12 season leading Columbia to its second straight 15-win season, marking the first time a coach compiled back-to-back 15+ win seasons since Tom Penders in 1977-78 and 1978-79. Brian Barbour was named first team All-Ivy League, the second straight season the Lions had a first team All-Ivy selection. Barbour was also an all-region honoree by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

Under Smith's tutelage, a pair of Columbia guards – Noruwa Agho (first team) and Brian Barbour (honorable mention) – were named All-Ivy League. Agho was also recognized on a regional level by the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the Metropolitan Writers Association. Smith, who was an 18-year veteran assistant coach at the NCAA Division I level, had worked as the associate head men’s basketball coach at St. Mary’s College (Ca.) of the West Coast Conference (WCC), for nine seasons. At St. Mary’s, he played an integral role in building their successful men’s basketball program. In 2009-10, the Gaels finished 28-6 and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. “I am very excited to be the next head men’s basketball coach at Columbia, one of the nation’s premier universities,” Smith said upon being named Columbia's head coach. “I am very grateful to Dr. M. Dianne Murphy and President Lee C. Bollinger for this tremendous opportunity. I look forward to the challenge of building an Ivy League championship men’s basketball program at Columbia.” When Smith arrived at St. Mary’s (Calif.) in 2001, the team had won only two games in the previous season. In his last three years with the Gaels, the school won 81 games. As the associate head coach under Gary Bennett, he was responsible for running the team’s offense and coordinating all recruiting activities. He was a vital component of the coaching staff that saw St. Mary’s ascend into the Top-25 in 2010.

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Before coming to Saint Mary’s, Smith spent one season as the top assistant at the Air Force Academy. During his only season with the Falcons, Smith served as the offensive coordinator, recruiting coordinator and helped with player development and scouting. Before joining the Academy, Smith served an eight-year stint at the University of San Diego from 1992-2000. During his time at San Diego, Smith helped lead the team to the second most victories in school history from 1998-2000. As the Associate Head Coach, Smith helped guide a Torero defense led the West Coast Conference in fewest points allowed (62.6 ppg) and was also ranked among the top 20 in the country in rebounding margin in 1999-2000. Smith is a 1992 graduate of Hamilton College, where he played basketball, and helped lead the Continentals to a 26-1 record and a #1 ranking in NCAA Division III during his junior season. In his senior season at Hamilton, Smith shot 51.3 percent from three-point range, which still stands as the program record for a single season. That year, Hamilton was ECAC Champions. Smith holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of San Diego, where he began his coaching career. He and his wife, Katie, have three sons, Rocco, Bo and Luke. The family resides in Morningside Heights, close to the Columbia campus.

THE SMITH FILE PLAYING CAREER Hamilton College (1988-92) • Two-Time ECAC Champion • Part of 26-1 Team Ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division III in 1990-91 • Single-Season Record Holder 3-Point FG Percentage (51.3% - 1990-91) COACHING CAREER UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO (1992-2000) Assistant Coach (1992-98)/ Associate Head Coach (1999-2000) • Team Posted Most Wins in a Three-Year Span (1998-2000) • Led West Coast Conference in Fewest Points Allowed (1999-2000) AIR FORCE ACADEMY Assistant Coach (2001-02) • Offensive Coordinator ST. MARY'S COLLEGE (CALIF.) Associate Head Coach (2002-10) • Three NCAA Tournament Apperances (2005, 2008, 2010) • Went 28-6 and Reached Sweet 16 of NCAA Tournament During 2009-10 Season • Recruited/Coached Three Future NBA Players - Matthew Dellavedova (Cleveland Cavaliers) - Patty Mills (San Antonion Spurs) - Mickey McConnell (Dallas Mavericks) COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Head Coach (2010-Present) • 42 Wins in Three Seasons • Three Players Selected All-Ivy League

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CARLIN HARTMAN ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH FOURTH SEASON TULANE '94

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arlin Hartman joined the Columbia men's basketball staff as associate head coach in June 2010.

Hartman assists in all aspects of the program, with a focus on developing post players and recruiting. A native of western New York, Hartman came to Columbia after a year as an assistant coach at James Madison during the 2009-10 season. Prior to a year at Centenary, Hartman coached at Richmond from 2005-08 after stints at LouisianaLafayette, Rice and McNeese State. "Carlin has East Coast roots and experience all over the country," Columbia head coach Kyle Smith said. "He is an excellent teacher and motivator and will be a real asset to our staff, especially in helping to develop our post players." While at Richmond from 2005-08, Hartman was the lead recruiter for three of the top 11 scorers in Richmond history, including Kevin Anderson (2nd, 2,165 points), David Gonzalvez (4th - 1,727 points) and Justin Harper (11th - 1,457 points). Harper was drafted as the second pick of the second round (#32 overall) in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Richmond recently made back-to-back trips to the NCAA Tournament and reached the Sweet 16 in 2011. Also at Richmond, Hartman helped develop Dan Geriot, an All Atlantic-10 rookie team selection in 2007 and a third team All Atlantic-10 honoree in 2008. At James Madison, Hartman coached Denzel Bowles, a second team all-league selection in 2010 and at Rice, Mike Harris was the 2002 WAC Newcomer of the Year, and a first team All-WAC player in his junior and senior seasons under Hartman's tutelage. Harris finished his career first in Rice history in scoring and rebounding. Hartman has coached five players who have gone on to play in the NBA, including Rice product Morris Almond, a 2007 draft pick of the Utah Jazz. Hartman earned a degree in communications with a concentration in broadcast journalism from Tulane in 1994. He completed his Tulane career 10th in scoring (1,180 points), third on the program's career field goal percentage list (52.8 percent) and seventh in career steals (146), and he received the Tulane alumni association's outstanding athlete award in 1993-94. While at Tulane, he was a player in two of the Green Wave's

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three NCAA Tournament appearances, including the team that defeated St. John's in the first round of the 1992 NCAA Tournament. In 1993, he helped Tulane defeat Kansas State in round one. In 1994, Hartman was the captain of the Tulane squad that earned a third straight postseason bid, to the NIT that season. In that tournament, Tulane downed Evansville in the first round before falling to Siena, which reached the semifinals that season. In Hartman's four years at Tulane, the Green Wave posted a 77-42 career mark. In February 2011, Hartman was named to Tulane's All-Decade Team (1990s), part of the Green Wave's celebration of 100 years of basketball. Hartman collected 1,180 points and 538 rebounds during his career at Tulane. Hartman was All-Louisiana and honorable mention allconference in 1993-94, honorable mention all-conference in 1992-93 and a member of the Metro Conference all-rookie team in 1990-91. The Rapid City Thrillers selected Hartman in the third round of the 1994 CBA Draft. Hartman currently serves as the Ivy League representative on the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Assistant Coaches committee. Hartman and his wife, Christine, have four children - Sydney, Kailyn, Tess and Joseph.

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TODD GOLDEN ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON ST. MARY'S '07

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odd Golden is in his first season as an assistant coach at Columbia after serving as the Director of Basketball Operations during the 2012-13 season. Golden played for current head coach Kyle Smith while he was the associate head coach at Saint Mary’s. While there, the Gaels made a pair of trips to the NCAA Tournament becoming one of just six players in program history to go to the “Big Dance” twice in his career. In his senior year, he was second in the nation with a 3.68 assist to turnover ratio and led the West Coast Conference in three’s (31) and was second

in the league with a .574 three-point field goal percentage. Golden, a lone captain of the 2007-08 squad, finished his career as Saint Mary’s all-time leader in free-throw percentage (.852) and ranks eighth with 269 career assists. After earning his undergraduate Business Administration from Saint Mary’s, Golden played two years professionally for Maccabi Haifa in Israel’s top division. In 2009, he was cocaptain of the 2009 USA Open Team that took the gold at the Maccabiah Games.

KEVIN HOVDE ASSISTANT COACH THIRD SEASON RICHMOND '11

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evin Hovde was promoted to assistant coach prior to the 2012-13 season after joining the Columbia men's basketball staff in 2011 as the program’s director of basketball operations. Hovde came to Columbia after playing collegiately at the University of Richmond under head coach Chris Mooney. Columbia associate head coach Carlin Hartman also was an assistant coach at Richmond during Hovde's early years as a Spider. Arriving as a walk-on, Hovde earned a scholarship after his first year and played in 99 games during his career

and made 10 starts. During his time at Richmond, the Spiders reached the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16 in 2011 and reached the NCAA Tournament in 2010. That year, Richmond lost in the first round to St. Mary's, where Columbia head coach Kyle Smith was on the staff. A native of Philadelphia, Hovde is enrolled in Columbia's postbaccalaureate business program in the university's School of Continuing Education.

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MIKE MAGPAYO

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS FOURTH SEASON SANTA BABARA '01

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ike Magpayo returns to the Columbia bench for his fourth season on Kyle Smith's staff. In his role as Director of Basketball Operations, he has a wide variety of responsibilities, including coordination travel arrangements, alumni relations, budget management and serving a key point person for any of the men's basketball program's special events. Magpayo coordinates advanced scouting efforts, oversees the staff's student managers and serves as the program's liaison between the University's academic departments. For 10 years, Magpayo had coached high school basketball in the southern California area, most recently at Aliso Niguel High School. He also had experience as a coach at Aliso Niguel, Newport Harbor High School and Redondo Union High School.

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In 2012, Magpayo founded the Asian Coaches Association, a group that is committed to creating a unified organization of networking, support, and development of coaches of Asian descent in the United States. A California native, Magpayo graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 2001 with a degree in business economics. He was actively involved with the university's intramurals program and volunteered in the Santa Barbara area as a basketball coach and mentor.

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Jim gossett

Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer 35th Year Indiana State ‘78 Jim Gossett is one of the best-known and most highly honored athletic trainers in the nation. Gossett is in his 35th year at Columbia, his 30th as head athletic trainer. He administers a staff of seven full-time assistants that works with all 29 Columbia teams and operates modern training facilities on the main campus and at Baker Athletics Complex. He has worked with most of Columbia’s teams, but has been particularly identified with football, soccer, fencing, rowing and wrestling. He is in his 26th season as the head athletic trainer for football. Gossett has worked with several championship squads, including the men and women’s fencing team, which won two NCAA championships while he was associated with them. He worked with men’s soccer and wrestling from 1979 to 1983, when they won a combined eight Ivy League titles and made two trips to the Final Four. As a well-known athletic trainer in the New York Metropolitan area, Gossett was selected recently to serve as a spokesperson for Gatorade, Inc., and the National Athletic Trainers Association. His role is to promote healthy practices in order to prevent heat-related illness during the hot weather months, and to serve as a resource, including on-air interviews, for CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox television affiliates in the New York area. The New York State Board of Regents reappointed Gossett to the State Committee for Athletic Trainers. His fiveyear appointment is to the State Board for Professions, which regulates athletic trainers in New York State.

basketball camps. Gossett has been frequently honored for his work. In 2004, he was presented the Dan Libera Service Award for outstanding contribution to the Board of Certification, while in 2003, he was honored by the National Athletic Trainers Association with the Most Outstanding Athletic Trainer Award, for which he was nominated and chosen by his peers, and received the AllAmerican Football Foundation’s Outstanding Athletic Trainer Award. Previously, he had been honored by the New York State Athletic Trainers Association with the Thomas J. Sheehan, Sr. Award, its highest honor, and by the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association (EATA) with the Joseph A. Blankowitsch Award. A former president of the EATA, he was further honored with the 1994 Cramer Award for outstanding service, presented by Cramer Products in conjunction with the EATA. Gossett, a native of Indianapolis, attended Indiana State University, graduating in 1978. He joined the Columbia staff in August 1979, shortly after receiving his master’s degree from the University of Arizona. Jim and his wife Dianne, the former director of the Baker Athletics Complex, now manager of Columbia’s famed Nevis Laboratories, live in Ardsley, N.Y., with their son, Bryant, who attends Hofstra University.

On the national scene, Gossett served as a NFL Certified ATC spotter at Super Bowl XLVII in 2013 where he observed for possible head and neck injuries and reported back to the team’s medical staff. Internationally, Gossett was the head athletic trainer for the United States fencing team in the 1991 World University Games in Sheffield, England, and spent three seasons as trainer of the U.S. National Lightweight Crew. He was athletic trainer for rowing at the 1988 Olympic Sports Festival, and for track & field at the 1987 Festival and Pan American Games. He also spent four summers as athletic trainer for the ABCD/Nike

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TOMMY SHEEHAN DIRECTOR OF STRENGTH & CONDITIONING 13TH SEASON ROCHESTER '90

Tommy Sheehan is in his 13th year at Columbia, his 11th as Director of Strength and Conditioning. In that position, he supervises a two-person staff in all aspects of strength and conditioning for Columbia’s 31 intercollegiate teams. Well-known throughout the strength and conditioning profession, he was asked to produce an instructional DVD during the past year for the Cleveland Indians, on movement training in an off-season conditioning program. It was shot at the Indians’ Jacobs Field and distributed to the players in the Cleveland system. Sheehan first came to Columbia in the fall of 1990 as a graduate assistant on the football staff, reuniting him with Columbia’s head coach at the time, Ray Tellier. Tellier had originally recruited the Buffalo, N.Y., native when he was head coach at the University of Rochester. Sheehan spent three years on the Columbia staff, and earned a master’s in applied physiology. He then joined the New York State Police as a physical training instructor before attending the State Police academy and becoming a New York State trooper. He left the police force

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two years later and returned to Columbia as assistant strength and conditioning coach. He was named Director of Strength and Conditioning in 2001. Sheehan is one of the finest offensive players in the University of Rochester’s gridiron history. An All-American as a junior and senior, he twice earned All-ECAC and all-conference honors. He ranks among the Yellowjackets’ all-time leaders in every receiving category, and topped the list at the completion of his playing career in receiving yardage for a game (189), season (835), and career (1,982). In 2005, he was inducted into Rochester’s Athletics Hall of Fame. Sheehan and his wife, Dr. Tricia Lipani, live on Morningside Heights with their daughter Guiliana, born in April 2008. Dr. Lipani, a former track and field athlete at Columbia, is a psychologist in the hematology department at Columbia University Medical Center. She holds a master’s and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Vanderbilt.

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william levine, m.d. chief team physician 16th SEASON stanford ‘86

Dr. William Levine is now in his 16th year as the Head Team Physician for Columbia, responsible for providing care for all 31 intercollegiate athletic teams. He began his tenure with Columbia in 1998 when he was named Director of Sports Medicine at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center (now Columbia University Medical Center). He is Director of the Center for Shoulder, Elbow and Sports Medicine at the Medical Center, as well as Vice Chairman and Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. He has been recognized as one of the “Top Doctors” by New York Magazine, “Best Doctors in America” by Best Doctors Inc., “America’s Top Doctors” by Castle Connolly, and “Best Doctors in America” by US News and World Report. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, and the Herodicus Society (Honors

Society for Sports Medicine Surgeons). A recipient of the prestigious American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Traveling Fellowship, he was further honored recently by serving on the Board of Directors of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. A native of North Dakota, Dr. Levine received a B.A. in Human Biology from Stanford in 1986 and his Doctor of Medicine from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland. He was a resident and chief resident in orthopaedic surgery at Tufts Medical Center and held fellowships at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and the University of Maryland Sports Medicine Department. While in Maryland, he served as a team physician for the Baltimore Ravens and the University of Maryland. He lives in New York with his wife and daughters.

GLORIA COHEN, M.D. team physician 12TH SEASON McGILL ‘72

Dr. Gloria Cohen is in her 12th year with the Columbia Athletic Program. She is a lecturer n the department of orthopedics at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. The Canadian native has amassed a great deal of experience in sports medicine and family practice since earning her M.D. from the University of Ottawa (Canada) in 1980. She earned both her undergraduate degree and a B.Sc. in physical therapy from McGill University in Montreal. She is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the Canadian Academy for Sports Medicine. A coordinationg head team physician for the Canadian Cycling Team for 14, she was also team physician for the Vancouver Canadiens Triple A baseball club for three years and physician for the Toronto Marlboros Hockey Club.

Dr. Cohen has worked in professional athletics with cyclists and as a team physician for the Triple A baseball teams for the Chicago White Sox and the California Angels; and for the junior hockey team for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Dr. Cohen was a recipient of the YWCA Women of Distinction Award in the category of Recreation,Fitness, and Sport. She has been named “Top Doctor” in Family Medicine/Primary Care Sports Medicine by Consumers’ Research of America from 2008 to the present. She lives in Scarsdale with her husband and is the mother of two adult children, a daughter and a son.

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STEVE FRANKOSKI JUNIOR • GUARD 6’2” • 175 FLORHAM PARK, N.J. • ST. BENEDICT’S PREP

2012-13: Earned Walter H. Bernson Memorial Award, given to player that shows the best team spirit, hustle and determination… Established himself as one of the premiere long-range shooters in the conference… Ranked third in 3-pointers made (2.2 per game) and 3-point FG percentage (.455)… Recorded 16 points with four 3-pointers at Yale... Posted 20 points on 8-of13 shooting at Brown... Dropped 27 points, shooting 9-of-12 from the floor with five three’s against Harvard... Contributed 13 points on 5-of-7 shooting from the floor at Cornell.. Went 5-for-6 from the field to score 13 second half points at Army... Knocked down six 3-pointers en route to 18 points against Manhattan... Went 6-for-7 from downtown to score season-high 20 points vs. Elon... Missed Wayland Baptist game due to sprained wrist... Knocked down five three’s en route to 15 points at Villanova... Scored 16 points on 6-of-13 shooting and pulled down a career-high five rebounds in season-opener at Furman.

POINTS FG MADE FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS MINUTES

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27, vs. Harvard 9, vs. Harvard 14, at Holy Cross 7, vs. Stony Brook 11, twice, last at Bucknell 4, 3x, last vs. Harvard 4, 4x, last vs. Harvard 5, at Furman 3x, last vs. Bucknell 3, vs. Harvard 1, twice, last at Dartmouth 4, at Villanova 38, vs. Harvard

2/10/13 2/10/13 1/8/13 12/4/10 12/10/10 2/10/13 2/10/13 11/10/12 12/1/12 2/10/13 1/29/11 11/20/12 2/10/13

2011-12: Did not play due to injury. 2010-11: Scored six points on two treys and added two assists in seasonending win over Brown... Had five points and three assists in win over Penn... Nailed three 3-pointers on his way to 13 points in 66-45 win at Dartmouth... Scored 11 points in Ivy League opener, helping Lions to 79-75 over Cornell... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week on December 13... Had six points and three rebounds in win vs. Union... Buried go-ahead three-pointer in final minute of Columbia’s 76-72 win over Bryant, finishing with 11 points... Scored 12 points to pace Lions in 77-71 win over Wagner... Drilled seven 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 21 points in win vs. Stony Brook... Buried three straight triples to help Columbia take a late second-half lead... Scored 19 points, all in the first half, to spark Lions to a win over MarylandEastern Shore... Had 14 points at Longwood... Scored team-high 12 points on four threes at Bucknell. At the Peddie School and St. Benedict’s: McDonald’s High School AllAmerica nominee... Led Peddie to a New Jersey Prep Class A title, its first in 21 years... Named league’s Player of the Year... Averaged an area-best 18.3 points per game... Drilled 92 3-pointers... Four-year letterwinner at St. Benedict’s... Named to the New Jersey Hoops All-Shooters team. Personal: Plans to major in English... Father, Stan, played college basketball at Fordham... Born September 1, 1990.

FRANKOSKI’S CAREER STATS TOTAL 3-PT REBOUNDS YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG 2010-11 28/23 602/21.5 62-183 .339 43-126 .341 16-19 .842 9 38 47 1.7 2011-12 DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY 2012-13 27-12 582/21.6 87-200 .435 60-132 .455 6-9 .667 6 23 29 1.1 TOTAL 55-35 1184/21.5 149-383 .389 103-258 .399 22-28 .786 15 61 76 1.4

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AST 17 15 32

TO BLK STL 24 3 22

PTS 183

AVG 6.5

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240 423

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ALEX ROSENBERG JUNIOR • FORWARD 6’7” • 215 SHORT HILLS, N.J. • THE PEDDIE SCHOOL/ MILLBURN POINTS FG MADE FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS MINUTES

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21, at Villanova 6, at Holy Cross 14, vs. Holy Cross 3, twice, last vs. Wayland Baptist 6, vs. Wayland Baptist 11, at Villanova 14, at Villanova 15, vs. Holy Cross 6, vs. Haverford 4, vs. Manhattan 2, at Dartmouth 5, at Cornell 36, twice, last at Furman

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2012-13: One of two players to play in all 28 games… Averaged 9.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per contest… Netted 14 points on 5-of-9 shooting at Harvard… Posted nine points and a season-high 10 rebounds against Yale... scored 13 points and recorded six rebounds at Brown... Notched 13 points, four rebounds and three assists against Harvard... Recorded 13 points and five rebounds off the bench against Cornell... Notched 15 points on 6-of-9 shooting to go with five rebounds at Holy Cross... Posted 12 points, nine boards, three assists and a career-high four steals against Manhattan... Scored 15 points against Bucknell... Posted 11 points, five boards, and five assists against Wayland Baptist... Dropped a career-high 21 points on 11of-14 shooting from the foul line and grabbed six boards at Villanova... Played strong all-around game with 11 points, four rebounds, and dished out career-high six assists vs. Haverford… Scored 14 points and posted gamehigh eight rebounds in season-opener at Furman. 2011-12: Played in all 30 games, starting 24 ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after strong performances against Stony Brook and in his first collegiate start against Manhattan ... Pulled down seven rebounds and scored seven points against Furman in his first significant action ... Scored 11 points in a win against Manhattan, along with five rebounds and three steals ... Followed that up with 15 points against Swarthmore, his career high ... Scored 10 points with five rebounds against North Texas ... Grabbed a careerhigh 15 rebounds in a win vs. Holy Cross and scored nine points ... Totaled nine points and six boards in a win over Fairleigh Dickinson ... Scored 12 points on 5-of-9 shooting and dished out four assists in a win at Colgate ... Had five points and eight boards in a win at Elon ... Scored 10 points against both Princeton and Cornell at the start of Ivy play ... Totaled double figures in scoring in four of his last five games, including 13 points in consecutive nights at Yale and at Brown. At The Peddie School: Captain during postgraduate year ... Named first team all-conference ... Third team All-Prep by the Newark Star-Ledger ... First team All-New Jersey Prep A ... Named All-New Jersey Prep first team by NJ Hoops ... Attended same prep school as teammate Steve Frankoski and former Lion Noruwa Agho. At Millburn: Three-year letterwinner ... Two-time first team all-area ... Twice named Area Player of the Year by the Independent Press ... All-county first team and all-academic first team by NJ Hoops ... Third team all-state ... Finished high school career fourth on the Millburn all-time scoring list. Personal: Member of gold medal winning U.S. Team at 2013 Maccabi Games in Israel... Plans to major in finance ... Received the John Plant award while at the Peddie School for cooperations, sportsmanship and skill ... Father, Marc, played college basketball at Northeastern and Western New England College ... Born September 20, 1991.

ROSENBERG’S CAREER STATS TOTAL YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2011-12 30/24 742/24.7 73-176 .415 2012-13 28/24 756/27.0 78-205 .380 TOTAL 58-48 1498/25.8 151-381 .396

3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG AST TO BLK 25-63 .397 45-71 .634 31 95 126 4.2 49 58 8 20-75 .267 89-119 .748 28 91 119 4.3 52 52 4 45-138 .326 134-190 .705 59 186 245 4.2 101 110 12

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PTS 216 265 481

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NOAH SPRINGWATER 21 JUNIOR • GUARD 6’3” • 175 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. • UNIVERSITY

2012-13: Posted season-high six points against Colgate... Scored three points in eight minutes against Manhattan... Drained a three-pointer in his hometown of San Francisco against USF... Logged 11 minutes of action and recorded two steals vs. Haverford. 2011-12: Played in 25 games ... Scored five points with two rebounds and a steal in first significant action at Stony Brook ... Registered seven points, three rebounds and three assists in a win over Swarthmore ... Scored a career-high 10 points in 21 minutes of a road victory at Loyola Marymount ... Had four points, three rebounds and two assists in a win over LIU ... Scored eight points on 2-of-3 from long range with a steal in a win over Lafayette ... Had six points and made several key defensive plays, including three steals, in a win at Colgate ... Scored five points and grabbed three rebounds at Cornell. At San Francisco University High School: Four-year letterwinner ... Also played baseball for four years ... Two-time co-captain of basketball team ... Mamed San Francisco Regional Player of the Year as a junior ... Named league MVP as a senior ... Two-time All-Northern California honoree ... Earned All-Metro area honors three times ... Twice named all-state in Division V ... Mamed high school's Male Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Team was league champions in his sophomore, junior and senior years.

POINTS FG MADE FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS MINUTES

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10, at Loyola Marymount 3, vs. Swarthmore 6, twice, last at Colgate 2, 4x, last vs. Colgate 6, at Colgate 4, at Loyola Marymount 4, at Loyola Marymount 3, 5x, last at Cornell 3, vs. Swarthmore 3, twice, last at Colgate 1, twice, last vs. Cornell 3, vs. Haverford 26, at Colgate

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Personal: Eyeing a psychology major ... Born January 27, 1993.

SPRINGWATER’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG 2011-12 25/0 333/13/3 2012-13 16/0 76/4.8 TOTAL 41/0 409/10.0

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3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG AST 15-49 .306 11-14 .786 3 24 27 1.1 16 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 0 1 1 0.1 3 19-58 .328 11-14 .786 3 25 28 0.7 19

TO BLK STL 12 1 16 5 1 4 17 2 20

PTS 64 12 76

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MEIKO LYLES

JUNIOR • GUARD 6’7” • 215 NASHVILLE, TENN. • UNIVERSITY SCHOOL

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25, vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 8, at Colgate 15, vs. Cornell 5, 4x, last vs. Dartmouth 8, twice, last vs. Brown 8, vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 11, vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 8, vs. Brown 4, at Brown 4, vs. LIU 1, 6x, last at Yale 4, twice, last vs. Cornell 43, at Penn

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2012-13: Missed season due to personal reasons. 1/2/12 1/4/12 1/21/12 3/3/12 2/10/12 1/2/12 1/2/12 3/5/11 2/10/12 12/10/11 2/24/12 1/21/12 2/18/12

2011-12: Played in all 30 games, making 27 starts ... Named the Ivy League Player of the Week after the Lions' 3-0 performance in Los Angeles at the Loyola Marymount Centennial Classic ... Ended up with 58 three pointers on the season, ninth on Columbia's single-season list ... Scored 17 points on 6-of-8 shooting in a win over Swarthmore ... Scored 17 points on 6-of-11 shooting in a win over Lafayette ... poured in a career-high 25 points with five rebounds and two steals against Fairleigh Dickinson ... Dropped 21 points in a win at Colgate, with five rebounds and a steal ... Scored 15 points and grabbed four rebounds in a win vs. Cornell ... Had back-to-back 17 point games in consecutive nights at home against Brown and Yale ... Came up with a career-high three steals vs. Yale ... Scored 17 points at Penn, while hounding Penn's Zack Rosen all night ... Finished the season with 23 points against Dartmouth, 20 of them coming in the second half of a season-ending win. 2010-11: Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week on March 7 after averaging 15.0 points and 5.5 rebounds during season's final weekend ... Scored season-high 16 points in home win over Brown, also adding eight rebounds ... Had 14 the night before at home vs. Yale ... Scored 11 points and grabbed four rebounds in home win over Dartmouth ... Poured in 14 points at Brown, including a pair of threes ... Had three points and three rebounds vs. Princeton ... Finished with five points and two rebounds at Harvard ... Scored 10 points at Cornell, hitting all three field goals, including a pair of three-pointers in the road win ... Made season debut with 14 minutes off the bench in the victory vs. Union. At University School: Averaged 22 points per game as a senior ... Named to Division II all-state team ... Helped lead his team to the Tennessee state tournament ... Totaled 22.5 points and five assists per game as a junior ... A two-time finalist for Tennessee's Mr. Basketball award in his division ... Played AAU ball for the Nashville Celtics. Personal: Financial economics major ... Full name Rimeiko Kysa Lyles… Born November 19, 1991.

ROSENBERG’S CAREER STATS TOTAL YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2010-11 14/5 315/22.5 26-70 .371 2011-12 30/27 887/29.6 114-246 .463 2012-13 TOTAL 44/32 1202/27.3 140-316 .443

3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG AST TO BLK STL PTS 11-36 .306 17-22 .773 13 21 34 2.4 9 8 2 9 80 58-132 .439 33-50 .660 11 79 90 3.0 19 35 5 34 319 DID NOT PLAY - PERSONAL REASONS 69-168 .411 50-72 .694 24 100 124 2.8 28 43 7 43 399

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CORY OSETKOWSKI 23 JUNIOR • CENTER/FORWARD 6’11” • 258 RANCHO SANTE FE, CALIF. • CANYON CREST

2012-13: Posted eight points at Yale... Tied a career-highs with 10 points and nine rebounds against Harvard... Scored seven points to go with five boards at Princeton... Contributed four points and five rebounds in just eight minutes against Cornell... Recorded four points and five boards at Holy Cross... Posted nine points, six boards and a pair of rejections against Haverford... Made first start of career at Furman. 2011-12: Played in 29 games in rookie season ... Began his collegiate career with four points and two rebounds in eight minutes of play at UConn ... Scored seven points against Furman, along with a season-high four blocks ... Notched a season-high nine rebounds against Swarthmore, as well as five points ... Scored six points with three rebounds and an assist in a win over LIU ... Scored eight points, with two assists, a block, and two rebounds in a win at Colgate ... Had five points in the second half to key a late run in a win at Elon ... Tied his season high with 10 points on 5-of-8 shooting in 19 minutes at Yale ... Matched that with 10 points on 4-of-8 shooting vs. Harvard at home.

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10, twice, last vs. Harvard 5, at Yale 8, at Yale 1, 3x, last vs. Marist 2, vs. Haverford 4, vs. Harvard 6, vs. Furman 9, twice, last vs. Harvard 2, 8x, last vs. Colgate 2, at Villanova 4, vs. Furman 2, twice, last vs. Harvard 28, at American

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At Canyon Crest: Four-year letterwinner ... Also played baseball for four years ... Captain of basketball team as a senior ... Broke high school's records in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots in a season and during a career ... Named Valley League Player of the Year ... Second team San Diego CIF ... Named to the All-Academic Team by the San Diego Union-Tribune ... Team was Valley League co-champions during senior season. Personal: Considering an economics major ... Pitched for the Columbia baseball team in 2012 ... Enjoys golf ... Stood 5'11" in the eighth grade ... Born April 30, 1993.

OSETKOWSKI’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG 2011-12 29/0 320/11.0 2012-13 25/8 391/15.6 TOTAL 54/8 711/13.2

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3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG AST 1-4 .250 12-25 .480 20 37 57 2.0 15 2-9 .222 23-34 .376 25 58 83 3.3 18 3-13 .231 35-59 .593 45 95 140 2.6 33

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ISAAC COHEN

SOPHOMORE • GUARD 6’4” • 210 ORLANDO, FLA. • ORLANDO CHRISTIAN PREP

POINTS FG MADE FG ATT. 3PT. MADE 3PT. ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS MINUTES

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10, vs. Haverford 4, vs. Haverford 6, at Harvard N/A 1, at Harvard 2, twice, last at Brown 3, twice, last vs. Dartmouth 9, at Penn 7, at Cornell 2, vs. Haverford 1, twice, last vs. Dartmouth 3, at Yale 32, at Brown

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2012-13: Scored four points, grabbed four rebounds and recorded five assists with no turnovers in first career start at Brown... Went 2-of-3 from the field for four points and added four boards against Dartmouth... Netted seven points, converting on all three of his field goal attempts at Princeton... Grabbed career-best nine rebounds in 25 minutes of action at Penn... Returned to action after missing three games with knee injury and posted career-high seven assists to go with four rebounds at Cornell... Netted 10 points on 4-of4 shooting with five boards against Haverford... Made collegiate debut at Furman, playing four minutes. At Orlando Christian Prep: Two-time team captain... Earned AA Player of the Year honors as a senior... Named first team all-district three times... Team was four-time AA state champions... Averaged 14.0 points and 7.2 rebounds per game as a senior... Played for Nike Team Florida during the summer. Personal: Intends to pursue a career in business... National Honor Society member... Enjoys reading, volleyball and swimming... Birthday is September 22.

COHEN’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG 2012-13 24/1 329/13.7 TOTAL 24/1 329/13.7

TOTAL FG-FGA PCT 19-36 .528 19-36 .528

3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG AST 0 1 10-20 .500 15 39 54 2.3 25 0 1 10-20 .500 15 39 54 2.3 25

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GRANT MULLINS

SOPHOMORE • GUARD 6’3” • 175 BURLINGTON, ONTARIO • REDA/NOTRE DAME

2012-13: Second on team in scoring, averaging 9.7 points… Shot .868 from the free-throw line…Posted 13 points and six boards at Dartmouth to close season… Dropped in 14 points at Harvard… Led team with 18 points and added three steals in a win over Penn... Tied career-high with five assists at Yale... Played strong all-around game with 10 points, four boards, and four assists at Cornell... Posted team-high 16 points to go with five rebounds at Holy Cross... Registered 15 points and four rebounds against Colgate... Dished out a career-high five assists against Manhattan... Picked up Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors on Dec. 10…. Shot 8-of-12 from the floor and 4-of-6 from downtown for a career-best 20 points at American... Netted 15 points at LIU... Knocked down 4-of-5 from three-point range en route to his third straight 14-point effort at San Francisco... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Nov. 26… Scored a career-high 14 points (all in the second half) on 4-of-6 shooting from downtown at Villanova.... Returned after missing one game to injury against Marist, scoring 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting... Posted eight points on 3-of-4 shooting at Furman.

POINTS FG MADE FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS MINUTES

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CAREER HIGHS

20, at American 8, at American 12, twice, last at American 4, 4x, last at Dartmouth 8, vs. Wayland Baptist 8, vs. Penn 8, vs. Penn 6, twice, last at Dartmouth 5, twice, last at Yale 3, twice, last vs. Penn 1, 4x, last at Dartmouth 4, vs. Manhattan 37, 4x, last at Dartmouth

12/9/12 12/9/12 12/9/12 3/9/13 11/23/12 2/23/13 2/23/13 3/9/13 2/16/13 2/23/13 3/9/13 12/29/12 3/9/13

At Notre Dame: Averaged 32.5 points, 8.0 assists and 8.5 rebounds per game as a senior... Earned MVP honors at the 2012 Rumble All-Canada Classic... High school team made it to the provincial finals in his senior year... Paced Team Ontario to national finals... Played for the Burlington Skyhawks and Grassroots Canada during the summer. Personal: Played for Canadian Development Team at Four Nations Tournament in China in June of 2013… Liberal arts student... Sister, Missy, plays basketball at Harvard... Mother, Theresa, played on the Canadian women's national team and played professionally in Holland... Four-year honor roll student... Birthday is October 2.

MULLINS' CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG 2012-13 25/18 702/28.1 TOTAL 25/18 702/28.1

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TOTAL FG-FGA PCT 78-187 .417 78-187 .417

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3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG AST 40-107 .374 46-53 .868 10 70 80 3.2 40 40-107 .374 46-53 .868 10 70 80 3.2 40

TO BLK STL 37 5 26 37 5 26

PTS 242 242

AVG 9.7 9.7

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ZACH EN'WEZOH SOPHOMORE • FORWARD 6’8” • 220 KENNEWICK, WASH. • KAMIAKIN

POINTS FG MADE FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS MINUTES

CAREER HIGHS

10, vs. Haverford 5, vs. Haverford 6, twice, last vs. Wayland Baptist N/A 1, vs. Marist N/A 2, twice, last at San Francisco 6, vs. Haverford 5x, last vs. Bucknell 3, vs. Marist 1, 6x, last at Yale 1, 5x, last at LIU 19, vs. Haverford

11/13/12 11/13/12 11/23/12 11/17/12 11/24/12 11/13/12 12/1/12 11/17/12 2/16/13 11/28/12 11/13/12

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2012-13: Scored all 10 of his points in the second half, while grabbing six rebounds vs. Haverford...Made collegiate debut and played 11 minutes at Furman. At Kamiakin: Three-year letterwinner... Captain as a senior... Named Big 9 Offense first team and Big 9 Defense first team as a senior... Also selected as the Big 9 Defensive Player of the Year as a senior... Team was district champions and finished fifth in the state in the 3A WIAA division... Team finished third in the state his junior year... Played AAU ball with the Northwest Panthers. Personal: Eyeing a major in economics... Has three older brothers... National Honor Society member... Student body president as a senior... Birthday is September 8.

EN'WEZOH’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG 2012-13 13/0 130/10.0 TOTAL 13/0 130/10.0

TOTAL FG-FGA PCT 12-23 .522 12-23 .522

3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG AST 0-1 .000 0-4 .000 12 7 19 1.5 6 0-1 .000 0-4 .000 12 7 19 1.5 6

TO BLK STL 6 6 8 6 6 8

PTS 24 24

AVG 1.8 1.8

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MAODO LO

SOPHOMORE • GUARD 6’3” • 180 berlin, germany • wilbraham & monson

2012-13: Emerged as a starter in Ivy League play and averaged 9.0 points in conference games only… Registered 14 points on 6-of-12 shooting against Brown... Netted career-best 20 points, going 9-for-15 from the floor, with three blocks against Yale... Scored 15 points against Princeton... Recorded personal-best 16 points on 7-of-12 shooting at Princeton... Reached double-figures for the first time, scoring 11 points on 3-of-6 shooting from downtown against Cornell... Posted nine points and career-high four assists in 36 minutes at Army... Made first collegiate start and played 30 minutes against Elon... Scored seven points at San Francisco... Logged 21 minutes against Wayland Baptist. At Wilbraham & Monson: Team captain as a senior... Averaged 19.8 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.6 steals per game as a senior... Named to the alltournament team at the Peddie School Tournament his senior year.

POINTS FG MADE FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS MINUTES

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CAREER HIGHS

20, vs. Yale 9, vs. Yale 15, vs. Yale 3, twice, last vs. Cornell 8, vs. Penn 5, vs. Penn 6, vs. Penn 7, vs. Bucknell 4, at Army 3, at Brown 3, vs. Yale 4, twice, last vs. Penn 36, twice, last at Brown

3/1/13 3/1/13 3/1/13 1/26/13 2/23/13 2/23/13 2/23/13 12/1/12 1/5/13 2/15/13 3/1/13 2/23/13 2/15/13

Personal: Liberal arts student... Enjoys music... Earned high honors throughout high school... Birthday is March 12.

LO'S CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG 2012-13 24/17 481/20.0 TOTAL 24/17 481/20.0

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TOTAL FG-FGA PCT 58-133 .436 58-133 .436

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3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG AST 21-70 .300 12-16 .750 6 38 44 1.8 29 21-70 .300 12-16 .750 6 38 44 1.8 29

TO BLK STL 23 10 19 23 10 19

PTS 149 149

AVG 6.2 6.2

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PADDY QUINN SOPHOMORE • GUARD 6’1” • 175 RAMSEY, N.J. • DON BOSCO PREP

POINTS FG MADE FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS TURNOVERS MINUTES

CAREER HIGHS

2, vs. Haverford 1, vs. Haverford 1, vs. Haverford N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1, at Furman N/A N/A 2, vs. Haverford

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2012-13: Scored first collegiate points against Haverford. 11/13/12 11/13/12 11/13/12

At Don Bosco Prep: Four-year letterwinner ... Team captain as a senior ... Bergen County Jamboree all-tournament team member ... Earned The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children Scholar-Athlete award ... Plays for the Wayne PAL Wolfpack during the summer. Personal: Liberal arts student ... National Honor Society member ... Enjoys soccer ... Birthday is August 31.

11/10/12 11/13/12

EN'WEZOH’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS MIN/AVG 2012-13 13/0 130/10.0 TOTAL 13/0 130/10.0

TOTAL FG-FGA PCT 12-23 .522 12-23 .522

3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG AST 0-1 .000 0-4 .000 12 7 19 1.5 6 0-1 .000 0-4 .000 12 7 19 1.5 6

TO BLK STL 6 6 8 6 6 8

PTS 24 24

AVG 1.8 1.8

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JEFF COBY

FIRST-YEAR • FORWARD 6’8” • 220 PEMBROKE PINES, FLA. CHOATE ROSEMARY HALL/SAGEMONT

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At Choate Rosemary: Played senior year at Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut… Finished second at state championship. At Sagemont: Scored 19 points and grabbed 14 boards to lead school to its first Florida 2A title… Team MVP in 2011… Florida 3A first team in 2012. Personal: Played for U.S. Junior Team that competed in Russia during the summer of 2011… Plans on majoring in psychology with a concentration in business… Born February 4, 1994.

luke petrasek FIRST-YEAR • FORWARD 6’10” • 205 EAST NORTHPORT, N.Y. NORTHPORT

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At Northport: First Team All-Long Island… First Team Class AA All-New York State… Suffolk County Player of the Year… Averaged 18 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks as senior… Led Northport to Long Island Class AA championship and the New York State semifinals. Personal: Born August 17, 1995.

CONOR VOSS

FIRST-YEAR • CENTER 7’1” • 245 ST. CLOUD, MINN. ST. CLOUD CATHEDRAL

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At Cathedral: Metro Area Sports Player of the Week on March 11… Named Defensive Player of the Year at St. Cloud Cathedral following senior year… Earned Blue Gold Award as junior. Personal: Played AAU ball for the Minnesota Comets… Born May 12, 1995.

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KENDALL JACKSON FIRST-YEAR • GUARD 5’8” • 160 UNION CITY, CALIF. SUFFIELD ACADEMY/ BISHOP O'DOWD

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At Suffield: Averaged 12.0 points, 6.0 assists and 3.9 rebounds per contest in 2012-13, helping squad go 20-4 and 10-0 in league action… Helped Suffield win Class B Championship. At Bishop O’Dowd: Part of squad that won two Nor-Cal Championships and finished second in state in 2010 and 2011. Personal: Transferred to Suffield after playing three years at Bishop O’Dowd in Northern California… Enrolled in Fu Foundation School of Engineering & Applied Science… Born June 5, 1994.

CHRIS McCOMBER FIRST-YEAR • FORWARD 5’8” • 160 UNION CITY, CALIF. SUFFIELD ACADEMY/ BISHOP O'DOWD

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At John McCrae: Averaged 22 points and 12 boards during senior year… Team MVP junior and senior seasons. Personal: One of three Canadians to play at the Basketball Without Borders Camp, sponsored by the NBA and FIBA in Buenes Aires, Argentina in 2013… Played at the 2012 FIBA World Championships with the Canadian U17 Team… Earned Bronze Medal at 2011 FIBA World’s with the Canadian U16 Team in 2011… Participated in Next Level Basketball Academy club program… Has worked out and played tournaments with the Toronto-area Regional Elite Development Academy (REDA) alongside Grant Mullins… Plans on majoring in chemistry… Born February 15, 1995.

2013-14 FACT BOOK Columbia Men's Basketball Columbia Combined Team Statistics (as of Mar 09, 2013) 2012-13 All games

Final Statistics

Overall record: 12-16 Conf: 4-10 Home: 6-7 Away: 5-9 Neutral: 1-0 ##

Player

gp-gs

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

10 03 13 05 55 12 23 15 02 33 35 11 20 21 25 04

Barbour, Brian Mullins, Grant Rosenberg, Alex Frankoski, Steve Cisco, Mark Lo, Maodo Osetkowski, Cory Daniels, John Cohen, Isaac Scrivano, Skylar Gilson, Brad En'Wezoh, Zach Quinn, Paddy Springwater, Noah Ozeir, Samer Kowalski, Dean Team Total.......... Opponents......

27-26 25-18 28-24 27-12 28-26 24-17 25-8 27-6 24-1 11-1 7-0 13-0 2-0 16-0 4-0 8-1

881 702 756 582 661 481 391 445 329 82 35 130 2 76 11 36

28 28

5600 5600

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods Columbia Opponents

32.6 28.1 27.0 21.6 23.6 20.0 15.6 16.5 13.7 7.5 5.0 10.0 1.0 4.8 2.8 4.5

COL 1746 62.4 +1.9 604-1435 .421 181-521 .347 6.5 357-479 .745 12.8 879 31.4 +1.0 337 12.0 306 10.9 +1.5 1.1 173 6.2 72 2.6 20760 13-1597 -

1st 2nd 805 941 768 926

Totals 1746 1694

92-255 78-187 78-205 87-200 93-204 58-133 36-86 31-61 19-36 9-18 4-12 12-23 1-1 4-11 1-2 1-1

.361 .417 .380 .435 .456 .436 .419 .508 .528 .500 .333 .522

31-104 40-107 20-75 60-132 0-0 21-70 2-9 0-1 0-1 0-0 3-11 0-1 1.000 0-0 .364 4-9 .500 0-1 1.000 0-0

604-1435 .421 181-521 587-1349 .435 144-391

OPP 1694 60.5 587-1349 .435 144-391 .368 5.1 376-534 .704 13.4 850 30.4 299 10.7 348 12.4 0.9 135 4.8 103 3.7 27404 14-1932 1-350

.298 .374 .267 .455 .000 .300 .222 .000 .000 .000 .273 .000 .000 .444 .000 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

112-127 46-53 89-119 6-9 42-61 12-16 23-34 12-25 10-20 3-6 2-2 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3

.882 .868 .748 .667 .689 .750 .676 .480 .500 .500 1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

.347 357-479 .745 .368 376-534 .704

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Date 11/10/12 11/13/12 11/17/12 11/20/12 11/23/12 11/24/12 11/28/12 12/1/12 12/9/12 12/22/12 12/29/12 1/2/13 1/5/13 1/8/13 1/19/13 1/26/13 2/1/13 2/2/13 2/8/13 2/10/13 2/15/13 2/16/13 2/22/13 2/23/13 3/1/13 3/2/13 3/8/13 03/09/13

off

Rebounds def tot avg

pf dq

a

to blk stl

13 48 61 2.3 44 0 109 37 2 10 70 80 3.2 47 1 40 37 5 28 91 119 4.3 68 0 52 52 4 6 23 29 1.1 35 0 15 30 0 53 106 159 5.7 83 6 21 30 20 6 38 44 1.8 53 1 29 23 10 25 58 83 3.3 41 1 18 13 17 39 86 125 4.6 60 0 16 31 5 15 39 54 2.3 28 0 25 15 2 8 9 17 1.5 17 0 0 8 0 0 4 4 0.6 4 0 1 1 0 12 7 19 1.5 29 1 6 6 6 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0.1 6 0 3 5 1 2 1 3 0.8 1 0 0 2 0 1 3 4 0.5 5 0 2 5 0 42 35 77 11 260 619 879 31.4 521 10 337 306 72 226 624 850 30.4 469 - 299 348 103

Opponent at Furman HAVERFORD MARIST at Villanova vs Wayland Baptist at San Francisco Dons at LIU Brooklyn BUCKNELL at American ELON MANHATTAN COLGATE at Army at Holy Cross at Cornell CORNELL at Penn at Princeton DARTMOUTH HARVARD at Brown at Yale PRINCETON PENN YALE BROWN at Harvard at Dartmouth

W W L W W L L L W L W W W L W L L L L W L L L W W L L L

pts

avg

327 242 265 240 228 149 97 74 48 21 13 24 2 12 2 2

12.1 9.7 9.5 8.9 8.1 6.2 3.9 2.7 2.0 1.9 1.9 1.8 1.0 0.8 0.5 0.3

173 1746 135 1694

62.4 60.5

43 26 19 7 11 19 15 12 6 0 0 8 1 4 0 2

Score 68-47 74-40 62-67 75-57 75-63 59-79 61-70 57-65 54-42 69-70 69-58 66-59 64-52 69-78 67-58 63-66 58-62 66-72 57-60 78-63 55-58 56-75 40-65 58-41 59-46 58-61 51-56 58-64

Att. 702 534 1265 6500 350 1027 843 2217 717 1053 1026 881 1507 1011 3717 2583 2403 3180 1016 1853 1417 1426 2119 2025 2022 2166 1825 779

* - Conference game

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Columbia Men's Basketball Columbia Combined Team Statistics (as of Mar 10, 2013) Statistics Conference games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

HOME 3-4 3-4 0-0

AWAY 1-6 1-6 0-0

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Player

gp-gs

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

10 12 13 05 03 55 35 23 15 33 02 11 04 21

Barbour, Brian Lo, Maodo Rosenberg, Alex Frankoski, Steve Mullins, Grant Cisco, Mark Gilson, Brad Osetkowski, Cory Daniels, John Scrivano, Skylar Cohen, Isaac En'Wezoh, Zach Kowalski, Dean Springwater, Noah Team Total.......... Opponents......

13-12 13-12 14-11 14-8 12-8 14-13 3-0 11-0 14-3 8-1 14-1 2-0 4-1 8-0

402 300 338 310 343 310 31 148 237 64 264 9 11 33

50-57 8-11 40-55 5-6 20-26 21-29 2-2 12-18 8-16 3-6 4-10 0-0 0-1 0-0

14 14

2800 2800

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods Columbia Opponents

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OVERALL 4-10 4-10 0-0

1st 2nd 392 432 407 440

30.9 23.1 24.1 22.1 28.6 22.1 10.3 13.5 16.9 8.0 18.9 4.5 2.8 4.1

COL 824 58.9 -1.6 287-699 .411 77-240 .321 5.5 173-237 .730 12.4 418 29.9 +1.3 147 10.5 157 11.2 +1.1 0.9 78 5.6 27 1.9 13784 7-1969 Totals 824 847

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39-111 47-100 35-94 40-90 29-91 40-89 4-9 16-35 17-32 8-16 11-27 1-1 0-0 0-4

.351 .470 .372 .444 .319 .449 .444 .457 .531 .500 .407

12-45 15-46 9-31 24-52 14-53 0-0 3-8 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-3

287-699 .411 77-240 283-620 .456 67-183 OPP 847 60.5 283-620 .456 67-183 .366 4.8 214-289 .740 15.3 400 28.6 137 9.8 173 12.4 0.8 82 5.9 56 4.0 14747 7-2107 0-0

.267 .326 .290 .462 .264 .000 .375 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

.877 .727 .727 .833 .769 .724 1.000

.667 .500 .500 .400 .000 .000 .000

.321 173-237 .730 .366 214-289 .740

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Date 1/19/13 1/26/13 2/1/13 2/2/13 2/8/13 2/10/13 2/15/13 2/16/13 2/22/13 2/23/13 3/1/13 3/2/13 3/8/13 03/09/13

off

Rebounds def tot avg

2 11 13 6 18 24 10 43 53 2 6 8 7 32 39 30 46 76 0 2 2 14 26 40 25 42 67 8 8 16 13 31 44 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 23 12 35 140 278 418 101 299 400

Opponent at Cornell CORNELL at Penn at Princeton DARTMOUTH HARVARD at Brown at Yale PRINCETON PENN YALE BROWN at Harvard at Dartmouth

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NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

1.0 1.8 3.8 0.6 3.3 5.4 0.7 3.6 4.8 2.0 3.1 0.0 0.0 0.1

pf dq

23 34 34 19 25 42 3 20 33 14 19 3 3 2

29.9 274 28.6 242

to blk stl

pts

avg

12 1 18 18 8 15 29 0 4 17 0 3 17 3 12 15 4 7 1 0 0 5 3 5 14 4 8 7 0 0 12 2 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 2 1 1 6 4 147 157 27 78 - 137 173 56 82

140 117 119 109 92 101 13 44 42 19 26 2 0 0

10.8 9.0 8.5 7.8 7.7 7.2 4.3 4.0 3.0 2.4 1.9 1.0 0.0 0.0

824 847

58.9 60.5

0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

a

37 19 21 4 22 7 0 4 9 0 22 0 1 1

W L L L L W L L L W W L L L

Score 67-58 63-66 58-62 66-72 57-60 78-63 55-58 56-75 40-65 58-41 59-46 58-61 51-56 58-64

Att. 3717 2583 2403 3180 1016 1853 1417 1426 2119 2025 2022 2166 1825 779

2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Records Opponent W Adelphi 1 Alabama 0 Alabama- Birmingham 0 Albany 1 Albright 0 Alcorn State 0 A.I.C. 1 American 3 Amherst 2 Arizona 0 Army 36 Auburn 0 Austin Peay 0 Baltimore 2 Bates 1 Binghamton 1 Boston College 0 Boston University 2 Bowdoin 1 Bradley 0 Brigham Young-Hawaii 0 Brooklyn College 3 Brooklyn Poly 17 Brown 67 Bryant 3 Bucknell 2 California 1 UC Davis 1 Cal St.-Fullerton 0 Canisius 2 Carlisle 2 Cathedral 1 Catholic 1 C.C.N.Y. 24 Central Connecticut 1 Central Florida 0 Central Michigan 0 Charleston, College of 0 Chicago 0 Citadel 1 Coast Guard 0 Colgate 15 Connecticut 2 Cooper Union 1 Cornell 122 Dartmouth 107 Davidson 0 Dayton 0 Delaware 1 Delaware State 1 DePaul 0 Denver 1 Detroit 1 Dickinson 2 Drake 0 Duke 1 Duquesne 0 East Carolina 0

L 0 1 1 3 1 1 0 4 0 1 20 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 64 0 3 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 9 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 9 7 0 97 97 2 1 5 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 1

Began Last Col. Win Last Opp. Win 1979-80 1979-80 (76-60) 1973-74 1973-74 (70-43) 2002-03 2002-03 (42-71) 2000-01 2000-01 (78-66) 2008-09 (66-49) 1960-61 1960-61 (85-53) 1983-84 1983-84 (80-61) 1960-61 1960-61 (76-53) 1984-85 2012-13 (54-42) 2011-12 (66-58) 1950-51 1951-52 (61-41) 1974-75 1974-75 (93-73) 1904-05 2012-13 (64-52) 2005-06 (66-67) 1965-66 1980-81 (63-55) 1989-90 1989-90 (95-62) 1959-60 1960-61 (82-71) 1959-60 1959-60 (81-69) 2000-01 2000-01 (62-37) 2002-03 (42-70) 1982-83 1982-83 (57-53) 1992-93 2001-02 (68-47) 2002-03 (37-66) 1961-62 1961-61 (63-57) 1973-74 1973-74 (77-54) 2001-02 2001-02 (70-65) 1979-80 1981-82 (70-52) 1908-09 2007-08 (109-63) 1918-19 (30-24) 1900-01 2011-12 (86-60) 2012-13 (61-58) 2008-09 2010-11 (76-72) 1994-95 2009-10 (73-59) 2012-13 (65-57) 1939-40 1994-95 (forfeit) 2003-04(92-64) 2006-07 2006-07 (95-90) 1996-97 1996-97 (91-81) 1953-54 2004-05 (64-58) 1995-96 (64-42) 1909-10 1910-11 (23-10) 1933-34 1933-34 (45-22) 2000-01 2000-01 (63-58) 1907-08 2005-06 (82-42) 1974-75 (90-79) 1993-94 1993-94 (81-68) 2000-01 (62-40) 1978-79 1978-79 (76-74) 1996-97 1996-97 (84-80 ot) 1997-98 1997-98 (77-55) 1907-08 1907-08 (28-13) 1966-67 1976-77 (89-87) 1987-88 (70-56) 1943-44 1943-44 (46-45) 1923-24 2012-13 (66-59) 2010-11 (76-63) 1952-53 1976-77 (72-71) 2011-12 (70-57) 1931-32 1931-32 (73-19) 1902-03 2012-13 (67-58) 2012-13 (66-63) 1905-06 2011-12 (61-55) 2012-13 (64-58) 1967-68 1999-00 (50-47) 1985-86 1985-86 (57-46) 1981-82 1981-82 (54-46) 1993-94 (72-52) 2007-08 2007-08 (47-41) 2009-10 2009-10 (59-53) 1949-50 1949-50 (63-59) 1957-58 1987-88 (80-65) 1957-58 (78-71) 1927-28 1947-48 (48-46) 1985-86 1985-86 (58-56) 1951-52 1951-52 (66-58) 2006-07 (86-43) 1964-65 1974-75 (88-63) 1993-94 1993-94 (78-51)

Opponent W Eastern Washington 0 Elon 1 Evansville 0 Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham 1 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 Florida 0 Florida Atlantic 0 Florida International 0 Florida Southern 1 Fordham 28 Furman 2 Georgetown 7 George Washington 1 Georgia 1 Georgia Tech 0 Grambling 1 Hartford 0 Harvard 94 Haverford 4 Hawaii-Pacific 1 Hofstra 1 Holy Cross 7 Howard 1 Idaho 0 Idaho State 1 Illinois 0 Indiana 0 Indiana State 1 Iona 0 Jacksonville 0 Kent State 0 Kennesaw State 1 Kentucky 0 Lafayette 14 La Salle 1 La Sierra 1 Lehigh 23 Long Island University 4 Longwood 2 Louisville 1 Loyola (Md.) 2 Loyola Marymount 1 Maine 2 Manhattan 15 Marist 1 Marquette 0 Marshall 0 Maryland 2 Maryland-Baltimore Co. 1 Maryland-Eastern Shore 1 Marywood 1 Massachusetts 1 UMass-Lowell 0 Memphis 0 Merchant Marine 10 Miami (Fla.) 1 Michigan 0 Michigan State 0

L Began Last Col. Win Last Opp. Win 1 1997-98 1997-98 (68-59) 2 2010-11 2011-12 (65-60) 2012-13 (70-69) 1 1963-64 1963-64 (96-60) 0 2004-05 2004-05 (77-45) 0 2011-12 2011-12 (67-52) 1 1971-72 1971-72 (87-47) 1 1995-96 1995-96 (70-58) 1 1995-96 1995-96 (82-67) 1 1978-79 1978-79 (68-60) 1982-83 (70-63) 50 1907-08 2008-09 (65-62) 2007-08 (79-61) 1 1976-77 2012-13 (68-47) 2011-12 (62-58) 6 1907-08 1970-71 (80-68) 1981-82 (38-26) 2 1966-67 1966-67 (79-74) 1992-93 (80-70) 1 1952-53 1952-53 (61-51) 1982-83 (86-53) 1 1976-77 1976-77 (80-79) 0 1996-97 1996-97 (77-59) 1 1988-89 1988-89 (70-62) 76 1900-01 2012-13 (78-63) 2012-13 (56-51) 0 1990-91 2012-13 (74-40) 0 1986-87 1986-87 (89-62) 8 1985-86 1985-86 (81-60) 2004-05 (64-40) 5 1947-48 2011-12 (46-45) 2012-13 (78-69) 0 1989-90 1989-90 (69-68) 0 First Meeting 0 1970-71 1970-71 (73-66) 4 1949-50 1996-97 (84-59) 1 1975-76 1975-76 (106-63) 0 1966-67 1966-67 (63-59) 4 1973-74 1992-93 (80-68) 2 1973-74 1984-85 (81-61) 1 1972-73 1972-73 (64-53) 0 2006-07 2006-07 (63-51) 1 1947-48 1947-48 (76-53) 27 1945-46 2011-12 (77-67) 2009-10 (91-74) 2 1967-68 1967-68 (83-69) 2010-11 (82-71) 0 2011-12 2011-12 (78-56) 11 1962-63 2009-10 (75-70) 2008-09 (73-59) 3 1990-91 2011-12 (63-53) 2012-13 (70-61) 1 2004-05 2009-10 (72-61) 2010-11 (95-76) 0 1967-68 1967-68 (74-67) 0 1979-80 1981-82 (40-39) 0 2011-12 2011-12 (69-61) 2 1959-60 2010-11 (74-71) 2009-10 (65-59) 8 1917-18 2012-13 (69-58) 2003-04 (57-72) 4 1989-90 2008-09 (63-58) 2011-12 (59-79) 4 1957-58 1996-96 (72-45) 2 1976-77 1979-80 (88-78) 2 1911-12 1912-13 (43-12) 1963-64 (82-76) 0 2008-09 2008-09 (66-52) 0 2010-11 2010-11 (108-74) 0 2006-07 2006-07 (87-38) 2 1960-61 1984-85 (52-40) 2002-03 (66-47) 0 First Meeting 1 1970-71 1970-71 (93-62) 0 1946-47 1987-88 (98-79) 2 1952-53 1952-53 (64-59) 2000-01(65-41) 1 1947-48 1947-48 (66-49) 0 First Meeting

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2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Records Opponent Minnesota Monmouth Morehead State Mount St. Mary’s Muhlenburg Murray State Navy Nebraska New Hampshire NJIT New Mexico New Orleans N.Y. Maritime New York University Niagara North Carolina NC-Charlotte North Carolina State North Texas Northeastern Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio State Old Dominion Oral Roberts Oregon Pacific Penn State Penn Pepperdine Pittsburgh Portland Pratt Princeton Providence Purdue Quinnipiac Rensselaer Poly Rice Richmond Rider Rochester Rutgers Sacramento State Sacred Heart St. Bonaventure St. Francis (N.Y.) St. Francis (Pa.) St. John’s St. Lawrence St. Louis St. Michael’s St. Peter’s St. Stephen’s San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Francisco State

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W 1 1 1 1 0 0 18 0 2 4 0 0 1 20 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 4 86 0 3 1 10 84 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 6 26 0 4 1 9 0 7 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1

L 2 0 0 2 2 1 16 1 0 0 3 1 0 15 0 2 1 3 0 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 4 137 1 4 0 1 145 3 0 3 0 0 2 2 2 21 1 4 2 8 1 17 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 2 1

Began Last Col. Win Last Opp. Win 1904-05 1904-05 (27-15) 1907-08 (16-11) 1999-00 1999-00 (61-45) 2004-05 2004-05 (75-58) 1997-98 2000-01 (56-44) 2002-03 (48-57) 1944-45 1944-45 (47-44) 1993-94 1993-94 (82-66) 1923-24 2004-05 (69-63) 1958-59 (57-48) 1987-88 1987-88 (82-62) 1980-81 1999-00 (72-57) 1998-99 2008-09 (73-50) 1973-74 1996-97 (94-56) 1990-91 1990-91 (83-53) 1946-47 1946-47 (71-41) 1910-11 1988-89 (72-70) 1958-59 (93-70) 1968-69 1968-69 (107-84) 1951-52 1966-67 (98-66) 1988-89 1988-89 (75-42) 1971-72 2004-05 (84-74) 2011-12 2011-12 (72-57) 1981-82 2001-02 (66-54) 1981-82 (72-62) 1969-70 1969-70 (83-68) 1991-92 (78-60) 1994-95 2005-06 (75-68) 1930-31 1930-31 (30-29) 2007-08 (68-54) 1974-75 1980-81 (92-58) 1977-78 1977-78 (66-60) 1949-50 1949-50 (46-35) 1972-73 (81-56) 1977-78 1977-78 (75-58) 1909-10 1970-71 (71-63) 1993-94 (76-43) 1901-02 2012-13 (58-41) 2012-13 (62-58) 1986-87 1986-87 (91-67) 1951-52 1966-67 (69-57) 1961-62 (77-66) 1989-90 1989-90 (78-67) 1900-01 1992-93 (98-37) 1900-01 (13-11) 1900-01 2008-09 (58-54) 2012-13 (65-40) 1996-97 2006-07 (81-55) 1968-69 1968-69 (78-74) 1998-99 2009-10 (63-51) 1985-86 1985-86 (77-40) 1950-51 1950-51 (76-63) 1956-57 1956-57 (81-73) 1962-63 (73-71) 1988-89 1988-89 (64-61) 1991-92 (77-73) 1903-04 1923-24 (30-27) 1961-62 (82-65) 1914-15 1976-77 (85-75) 2002-03 (60-30) 1994-95 1994-95 (77-68) 2002-03 2006-07 (76-71) 2009-10 (60-55) 1954-55 1967-68 (95-75) 1975-76 (84-73) 1930-31 2007-08 (83-64) 2009-10 (59-53) 1988-89 1988-89 (75-61) 1916-17 1978-79 (90-77) 2010-11 (79-66) 1914-15 1914-15 (44-12) 1977-78 1977-78 (78-66) 1959-60 1959-60 (76-61) 2005-06 2005-06 (54-63) 1930-31 1931-32 (45-13) 1989-90 1996-97 (89-57) 2001-02 2001-02 (75-59) 1991-92 2012-13 (79-59) 1977-78 1991-92 (82-76) 1977-78 (71-69)

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Opponent Santa Clara San Jose State Seton Hall South Carolina Southern Illinois Southern Methodist South Florida Springfield Stanford Stetson Stevens Tech Stony Brook Swarthmore Syracuse Tampa Tennessee Texas A&M Texas Christian Union U. of Texas-El Paso Toledo Toronto Trinity Troy Tulane UCLA Union UNLV Ursinus Utah Utica Valparaiso Vanderbilt Vermont Villanova Virginia Virginia Tech VMI Wabash Wagner Wake Forest Washington Washington & Lee Washington State Waylan Baptist Webb Institute Wesleyan Western Carolina West Virginia William & Mary Williams Wisconsin Wyoming Xavier (Ohio) Yale Youngstown State

W L Began Last Col. Win Last Opp. Win 1 2 1955-56 1955-56 (76-63) 1977-78 (72-65) 1 0 1970-71 1970-71 (71-68) 11 8 1927-28 1985-86 (58-54) 2008-09 (71-50) 0 1 1979-80 1979-80 (70-60) 0 1 1983-84 1983-84 (68-65) 0 1 1990-91 1990-91 (79-45) 1 1 1978-79 1978-79 (71-65) 1982-83 (66-54) 1 1 1936-37 1937-38 (42-32) 1936-37 (35-34) 1 3 1939-40 1968-69 (69-66) 1986-87 (76-66) 1 1 1975-76 1978-79 (81-78) 1975-76 (93-84) 5 1 1919-20 1999-00 (77-41) 1919-20 (47-32) 5 6 1998-99 2010-11 (73-72) 2010-11 (67-53) 2 0 1905-06 2011-12 (104-42) 3 10 1920-21 1956-57 (71-70) 2009-10 (85-60) 1 0 1952-53 1952-53 (89-51) 0 1 1974-75 1974-75 (108-73) 0 1 1995-96 1995-96 (65-39) 1 1 1972-73 1972-73 (74-61) 1994-95 (66-64) 1 0 2010-11 2010-11 (64-59) 1 0 2002-03 2002-03 (55-54) 0 1 1980-81 1980-81 (60-54) 1 0 1932-33 1932-33 (34-20) 7 0 1905-06 1953-54 (55-22) 2 0 1997-98 2005-06 (73-71) 3 1 1950-51 1955-56 (64-61) 1990-91 (85-66) 0 1 2001-02 2001-02 (64-55) 11 1 1916-17 1981-82 (46-40) 1927-28 (21-19) 0 1 1998-99 1998-99 (74-45) 2 0 1995-96 1996-97 (68-37) 1 0 1981-82 1981-82 (64-52) 1 0 1982-83 1982-83 (57-43) 1 1 1957-58 1957-58 (66-64) 2001-02 (71-55) 1 2 1907-08 1907-08 (34-16) 1984-85 (73-59) 0 3 1974-75 1998-99 (67-66) 2 4 1969-70 2012-13 (75-57) 2007-08 (72-56) 0 2 1966-67 1987-88 (83-58) 0 1 2008-09 2008-09 (64-52) 1 0 1965-66 1965-66 (80-73) 0 2 1907-08 1907-08 (25-15) 8 2 1976-77 2010-11 (77-71) 2005-06 (83-71) 1 0 1969-70 1969-70 (101-78) 0 3 1949-50 2003-04 (88-51) 0 1 1956-57 1956-57 (69-65) 0 1 1972-73 1972-73 (63-41) 1 0 2012-13 2012-13 (75-53) 3 0 1943-44 1945-46 (55-18) 10 1 1903-04 1930-31 (31-23) 1907-08 (20-18) 0 1 1999-00 1999-00 (83-81) 1 3 1953-54 1967-68 (98-71) 1971-72 (106-53) 1 1 1956-57 1956-57 (93-78) 1974-75 (75-63) 10 5 1903-04 1963-64 (56-52) 1961-62 (64-42) 2 0 1904-05 1906-07 (30-9) 0 1 1987-88 1987-88 (92-56) 0 1 1979-80 1979-80 (74-59) 123 101 1901-02 2012-13 (59-46) 2012-13 (75-56) 0 1 1982-83 1982-83 (55-51)

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2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results 57th St. YMCA (1-0) 1903-04 H W, 29-16 1979-80

Adelphi (1-0) H W, 76-60

Alabama (0-1) 1973-74 N L, 43-70 Alabama-Birmingham (0-1) 12/28/2002 N L, 42-71 Albany (2-3) 11/25/2008 H L, 49-66 11/18/2007 A L, 38-70 1/15/2002 A L, 40-41 1/22/2001 H W, 78-66 1/22/2001 H W, 78-66 1960-61

Albright (0-1) N L, 53-86

Alcorn State (0-1) 1983-84 N L, 61-80 1921-22 1919-20 1914-15 1913-14 1912-13 1909-10

Alumni (3-3) H W, 29-20 H W, 29-26 H W, 32-17 H L, 14-39 H L, 16-17 H L, 21-22

American (3-4) 12/9/2012 A W, 54-42 11/19/2011 H L, 58-66 11/28/2010 A W, 64-62 1/4/2010 H W, 56-51 1/5/2009 A L, 50-62 1/6/2008 H L, 56-69 1984-85 N L, 56-70 American Intl. (0-1) 1960-61 N W, 76-53 1951-52 1950-51

Amherst (2-0) A W, 61-41 H W, 79-38

1974-75

Arizona (0-1) N L, 73-94

1958-59 1952-53 1951-52 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 1945-46 1944-45 1943-44 1942-43 1941-42 1940-41 1938-39 1937-38 1935-36 1934-35 1930-31 1929-30 1928-29 1927-28 1926-27 1925-26 1924-25 1923-24 1922-23 1921-22 1920-21 1908-09 1907-08 1906-07 1905-06 1904-05

W, 64-52 L, 66-67 W, 75-59 L, 57-60 W, 58-44 W, 69-64 L, 51-62 W, 46-45 W, 61-50 W, 71-69 W, 77-72 W, 73-59 W, 77-76 L, 40-48 W, 87-66

L, 80-101 W, 83-57 W, 82-57 W, 62-49 W, 69-61 W, 64-46 W, 52-50 L, 56-57 L, 31-48 L, 37-55 W, 29-23 L, 23-36 W, 33-26 L, 23-27 L, 40-46 W, 26-24 W, 34-20 W, 53-31 L, 31-37 L, 30-37 L, 20-33 L, 15-32 W, 30-16 L, 32-33 W, 37-20 L, 19-33 L, 17-20 W, 27-22 W, 34-18 L, 16-26 W, 34-13 W, 31-15 W, 29-25

Atlantic A.C. (0-1) 1902-03 A L, 12-20 1980-81 1965-66 1957-58 1956-57

Auburn (2-2) N N H A

L, 55-63 L, 75-76 W, 68-63 W, 76-57

Austin Peay (0-1) 12/1/1989 A L, 62-95 1960-61 1959-60 1959-60

Army (36-20) 1/5/2013 A 12/2/2005 H 1/4/2005 A 11/21/2003 A 12/6/2002 H 12/5/2001 A 12/6/2000 H 1/9/2000 A 12/5/1998 H 1/19/1998 A 1/20/1997 H 12/5/1995 A 12/8/1994 H 1960-61 A 1959-60 H

A H A H A H H H A H A H A A H A H H A A A A A H A A A H A A A H A

Baltimore (2-0) H W, 82-71 H W. 69-62 Bates (1-0) N

W, 81-69

Binghamton (1-1) 11/26/2002 A L, 42-70 1/7/2001 H W, 62-37 Birmingham AC (0-1) 1907-08 A W, 26-14 Boston College (0-1) 1982-83 N L, 53-57 Boston University (2-1) 11/23/2002 A L, 37-66 12/8/2001 H W, 68-47 12/5/1992 N W, 83-80

Bowdoin (1-0) N W, 57-53 Bradley (0-1) 1973-74 N L, 54-77

1961-62

Brigham Young-Hawaii (0-1) 12/20/2001 A L, 65-70 Brooklyn College (3-0) 1981-82 H W, 70-52 1980-81 H W, 84-67 1979-80 H W, 78-58 Brooklyn Poly (17-2) (Now NYUPoly) 12/29/2007 H W, 109-63 1945-46 H W, 74-32 1936-37 H W, 35-21 1935-36 H W, 36-13 1934-35 H W, 31-18 1925-26 H W, 34-18 1923-24 H W, 39-11 1922-23 H W, 27-15 1921-22 A W, 28-20 1920-21 H W, 32-31 1919-20 H W, 24-9 1918-19 H L, 24-30 1917-18 H L, 21-24 1916-17 H W, 31-20 1915-16 H W, 31-27 1914-15 H W, 32-16 1913-14 H W, 33-23 1912-13 H W, 37-16 1908-09 H W, 32-8 Brown (67-64) 3/2/2013 H L, 58-61 2/15/2013 A L, 55-58 2/25/2012 A L, 78-94 2/10/2012 H W, 86-60 3/5/2011 H W, 91-74 2/4/2011 A L, 79-87 3/6/2010 A W, 65-56 2/5/2010 H W, 65-54 2/20/2009 A W, 70-57 1/31/2009 H W, 65-59 2/22/2008 H L, 52-67 2/2/2008 A L, 63-68 2/23/2007 A L, 59-64 2/10/2007 H W, 77-68 2/11/2006 A L, 67-74 2/24/2006 H W, 68-56 2/5/2005 H L, 52-54 3/4/2005 A L, 56-80 2/7/2004 A L, 81-90 3/5/2004 H W, 81-74 2/1/2003 H L, 59-72 2/21/2003 A L, 70-83 1/12/2002 A L, 50-63 2/15/2002 H L, 41-52 2/9/2001 A L, 59-60 2/24/2001 H L, 65-67 2/11/2000 H W, 68-59 2/26/2000 A W, 53-48 2/5/1999 A W, 67-63 2/20/1999 H W, 71-69 2/7/1998 H L, 56-59 2/20/1998 A W, 54-52

2/8/1997 2/21/1997 2/9/1996 2/24/1996 1/27/1995 2/18/1995 1/28/1994 2/19/1994 1/30/1993 2/19/1993 2/1/1992 2/21/1992 2/2/1991 3/1/1991 2/9/1990 2/24/1990 2/3/1989 3/4/1989 1987-88 1987-88 1986-87 1986-87 1985-86 1985-86 1984-85 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1982-83 1981-82 1981-82 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 1978-79 1977-78 1977-78 1976-77 1976-77 1975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1974-75 1973-74 1973-74 1972-73 1972-73 1971-72 1971-72 1970-71 1970-71 1969-70 1969-70 1968-69 1968-69 1967-68 1967-68 1966-67 1966-67 1965-66 1965-66 1965-66 1964-65 1964-65 1963-64 1963-64 1962-63

A L, 56-63 H L, 57-61 H L, 62-74 A W, 61-55 A L, 59-63 H L, 56-64 H W, 67-46 A L, 52-61 H W, 86-53 A W, 72-69 A L, 60-65 H W, 81-69 A L, 57-76 H L, 61-67 A L, 59-70 H L, 76-82 H W, 71-70 (2ot) A W, 92-85 H W, 87-84 A W, 85-80 A L, 81-82 H W, 91-78 H L, 61-67 A L, 95-97 H W, 57-52 A W, 58-56 A L, 63-80 H L, 63-70 A W, 63-59 H W, 86-74 H W, 79-56 A W, 67-65 H L, 71-72 A L, 48-55 A L, 59-67 H W, 73-54 A L, 62-64 H W, 75-70 H W, 103-91 A L, 85-91 A L, 68-69 H L, 70-72 A L, 73-79 H L, 77-91 H L, 62-81 A L, 56-71 A L, 68-86 H L, 62-71 A L, 72-77 H L, 72-78 A W, 79-74 H W, 68-65 H W, 88-54 A W, 43-26 A W, 54-52 H W, 79-46 H W, 41-47 A W, 73-45 A W, 83-73 H L, 88-90 N W, 83-63 H W, 84-50 A W, 79-56 A W, 66-59 H W, 74-72 H W, 62-53 A W, 70-66 A L, 72-87

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2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results 1962-63 1961-62 1961-62 1960-61 1960-61 1959-60 1959-60 1958-59 1958-59 1957-58 1957-58 1956-57 1956-57 1955-56 1955-56 1954-55 1954-55 1953-54 1953-54 1952-53 1951-52 1950-51 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1945-46 1942-43 1940-41 1900-01

H A H H A A H H A A H H A A H A H H A H A H A H A H A A A

W, 76-63 L, 57-84 L, 59-87 L, 55-68 L, 62-66 L, 52-59 L, 62-63 L, 64-66 L, 68-85 L, 94-96 L, 68-81 W, 82-64 W, 89-72 L, 59-67 W, 78-68 W, 79-51 W, 75-68 W, 70-60 L, 56-60 W, 70-45 W, 95-75 W, 87-62 W, 54-51 W, 58-36 W, 73-41 W, 65-50 W, 56-52 W, 49-36 L, 8-10

Bryant (3-0) 12/11/2010 H W, 76-72 12/12/2009 A W, 69-57 11/21/2008 H W, 70-54 Bucknell (2-3) 12/1/2012 H L, 57-65 12/1/2010 A L, 68-73 11/24/2009 H W, 73-59 11/29/2002 A L, 47-61 11/26/1994 N W, 63-58 California (1-4) 12/27/2003 A L, 66-85 W, 43-79 (forfeit) 12/28/1994 A 1/2/1992 A L, 64-92 12/27/1989 A L, 61-98 1939-40 N L, 36-43 UC Davis (1-0) 11/13/2006 N W, 95-90 Cal State-Fullerton (0-1) 12/30/1996 A L, 81-91

Catholic (1-0) 11/17/2000 N W, 63-58 1/7/2006 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1922-23 1921-22 1920-21 1919-20 1916-17 1908-09 1907-08

Central Florida (0-1) 1978-79 A L, 74-76 Central Michigan (0-1) 12/7/1996 N L, 80-84(ot) Central YMCA (1-0) 1904-05 A W, 25-22 Champlain (1-0) 1947-48 H W, 60-31 Charleston, College of (0-1) 12/29/1997 A L, 55-77 1907-08

1910-11 1909-10

Carlisle (2-0) H W, 23-10 H W, 53-10

1933-34

Cathedral (1-0) H W, 45-22

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W, 82-43 W, 82-64 W, 95-65 W, 100-75 W, 83-77 L, 79-90 W, 49-38 W, 68-54 L, 49-50 W, 81-55 W, 89-46 W, 95-37 W, 79-46 L, 48-50 W, 63-57 W, 86-82 W, 89-84 W, 67-42 L, 60-83 W, 53-42 W, 65-54 W, 65-56 L, 70-76 W, 92-75 L, 26-32 L, 19-28 W, 15-14 L, 14-25 L, 17-18 W, 13-12 W, 33-23

Central Connecticut (1-2) 11/18/2000 A L, 40-62 12/28/1997 N L, 47-67 12/4/1993 N W, 81-68

Camp Thomas Seabees (1-0) 1943-44 H W, 66-50 Canisius (1-1) 12/30/2004 A W, 64-58 12/9/1995 N L, 42-64

CCNY (24-9) H H A H H A H H H H H H H H H H A H A H A H A H H H H A A A A

Chicago (0-1) A L, 13-28

Chicago Cent. YMCA (0-1) 1906-07 A L, 21-27 1987-88 1976-77 1966-67

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Citadel (1-2) N L, 56-70 N W, 89-87 N L, 71-74

Co. F. Norwalk (2-0) 1904-05 A W, 21-9 1902-03 A W, 16-11 Coast Guard (0-1) 1943-44 H L, 45-46 Colgate (15-9) 1/2/2013 H W, 66-59 1/4/2012 A W, 66-59 11/23/2010 H W, 76-63 11/28/1998 N L, 64-75 1975-76 A L, 57-61 1974-75 A W, 63-56 1973-74 A L, 63-76 1967-68 H W, 94-68 1964-65 H L, 62-67 1963-64 A W, 88-76 1962-63 H W, 78-67 1961-62 H L, 73-75 1960-61 H L, 57-67 1959-60 H W, 93-67 1958-59 H L, 65-72 1957-58 H W, 68-63 1956-57 A W, 105-96 1949-50 A W, 64-47 1938-39 H W, 32-31 1935-36 H W, 28-17 1931-32 H L, 23-31 1930-31 H W, 33-27 1923-24 A W, 23-18 1907-08

Company F (1-0) A W, 14-10

Connecticut (2-7) 11/11/2011 A L, 57-70 1983-84 A L, 60-85 1976-77 H W, 72-71 1975-76 A L, 69-98 1973-74 H L, 56-63 1972-73 H L, 62-71 1971-72 A L, 62-68 1953-54 A L, 64-80 1952-53 H W, 71-59 Cooper Union (1-0) 1931-32 H W, 73-19 Cornell (122-98) 1/26/13 H L, 63-66 1/19/13 A W, 67-58 1/28/2012 A L, 60-65 1/21/2012 H W, 61-56 1/15/2011 H W, 79-75 1/22/2011 A W, 70-66 1/23/2010 H L, 51-77 1/16/2010 A L, 53-74 1/24/2009 A L, 72-83 1/17/2009 H L, 59-71 1/26/2008 H L, 54-72 1/19/2008 A L, 64-70 1/27/2007 A L, 51-56 1/20/2007 H L, 45-49 1/21/2006 A W, 58-57 1/28/2006 H L, 59-81 1/15/2005 H W, 70-61 1/22/2005 A L, 47-77

1/17/2004 1/24/2004 1/18/2003 1/25/2003 1/19/2002 1/26/2002 1/27/2001 1/27/2001 1/14/2000 1/22/2000 1/15/1999 1/23/1999 1/17/1998 1/24/1998 1/18/1997 1/25/1997 1/20/1996 1/27/1996 1/14/1995 1/21/1995 1/15/1994 1/22/1994 1/16/1993 1/23/1993 1/18/1992 1/25/1992 1/19/1991 1/26/1991 1/20/1990 1/27/1990 1/21/1989 1/31/1989 1987-88 1987-88 1986-87 1986-87 1985-86 1985-86 1984-85 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1982-83 1981-82 1981-82 1980-81 1980-81 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 1978-79 1977-78 1977-78 1976-77 1976-77 1975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1974-75 1973-74 1973-74 1972-73 1972-73 1971-72 1971-72 1970-71 1970-71

A L, 66-90 H L, 53-66 A L, 38-51 H L, 53-55 H W, 56-40 A W, 54-42 A L, 35-41 H W, 42-38 H W, 75-58 A W, 69-66 (OT) A L, 47-63 H W, 76-65 H L, 50-53 A L, 53-63 A L, 46-62 H L, 69-74 H L, 71-75 A L, 63-76 A L, 76-82 H L, 59-68 H W, 53-49 A W, 67-58 A W, 74-64 H W, 75-61 H W, 78-74 A W, 85-70 H W, 65-55 A L, 65-74 A L, 68-71 H W, 72-66 A W, 60-55 H L, 54-61 H L, 60-73 A L, 46-68 H W, 57-47 A L, 60-73 A L, 52-54 H W, 62-53 A W, 64-57 H L, 51-56 H W, 43-40 A L, 48-49 H W, 52-42 A L, 55-57 A L, 43-45 H W, 72-60 A L, 64-75 H W, 46-45 H W, 60-59 A W, 58-57 A W, 78-70 H W, 82-62 H W, 74-56 A W, 66-61 H W, 80-52 A W, 74-72 H W, 55-53 A W, 89-88 H W, 84-81 A L, 60-90 A L, 63-64 H W, 66-59 H W, 68-59 A W, 66-62 A W, 87-74 H L, 58-71 A W, 67-58 H W, 56-48

2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results 1969-70 1969-70 1968-69 1968-69 1967-68 1967-68 1966-67 1966-67 1965-66 1965-66 1964-65 1964-65 1963-64 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1961-62 1960-61 1960-61 1959-60 1959-60 1958-59 1958-59 1957-58 1957-58 1956-57 1956-57 1955-56 1955-56 1954-55 1954-55 1953-54 1953-54 1952-53 1951-52 1951-52 1951-52 1950-51 1950-51 1949-50 1949-50 1948-49 1948-49 1947-48 1947-48 1946-47 1946-47 1945-46 1945-46 1944-45 1944-45 1943-44 1943-44 1942-43 1942-43 1941-42 1941-42 1940-41 1940-41 1939-40 1939-40 1938-39 1938-39 1937-38 1937-38 1936-37 1936-37 1935-36

A H A H A H A H H H A H H A A H A A H A H A H A H H A H A A H A H H N A H H A A H A H A H A H H A H A A H H H A H A H A H H A H A H H H

W, 75-57 W, 84-63 W, 78-67 W, 79-52 L, 57-74 W, 93-51 L, 40-74 W, 57-51 W, 69-68 L, 73-84 L, 73-79 L, 80-89 L, 64-76 L, 82-85 L, 70-80 L, 58-71 L, 62-74 L, 48-49 L, 57-69 L, 70-74 L, 72-76 L, 52-68 W, 70-63 W, 60-56 W, 85-65 W, 103-70 W, 80-62 W, 73-67 L, 58-63 L, 55-69 W, 82-62 L, 73-81 L, 57-66 W, 86-41 L, 64-66 L, 65-68 W, 67-46 W, 85-54 W, 54-44 L, 49-69 W, 60-53 W, 58-50 W, 51-49 W, 40-37 W, 73-68 W, 41-27 W, 47-45 L, 36-70 L, 43-44 L, 35,50 L, 33-37 L, 36-50 W, 46-35 W, 49-40 L. 51-59 L, 35-50 L, 27-52 L, 22-38 L, 34-42 L, 33-40 W, 43-34 W, 37-32 W, 43-42 W, 47-28 L, 43-45 W, 34-28 W, 50-37 W, 59-26

1935-36 1934-35 1934-35 1933-34 1933-34 1932-33 1932-33 1931-32 1931-32 1930-31 1930-31 1929-30 1929-30 1928-29 1928-29 1927-28 1927-28 1926-27 1926-27 1925-26 1925-26 1924-25 1924-25 1923-24 1923-24 1922-23 1922-23 1921-22 1921-22 1920-21 1920-21 1919-20 1919-20 1918-19 1917-18 1917-18 1916-17 1916-17 1915-16 1915-16 1914-15 1914-15 1913-14 1913-14 1912-13 1912-13 1911-12 1911-12 1910-11 1910-11 1908-09 1908-09 1907-08 1907-08 1906-07 1906-07 1905-06 1905-06 1904-05 1904-05 1903-04 1903-04 1902-03 1902-03

A H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A A H A H H A H A H A H A H H A A H H A H A H A A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A A A A H

W, 33-27 W, 37-32 W, 36-26 L, 28-30 L, 29-30 W, 38-34 W, 37-36 W, 49-36 W, 46-34 W, 35-33 W, 45-28 W, 41-34 W, 51-26 W, 35-30 L, 24-36 L, 21-36 L, 26-28 W, 16-10 L, 23-35 W, 33-24 W, 23-18 W, 22-19 W, 21-11 L, 19-24 W, 24-19 L, 22-27 W, 28-26 W, 23-22 L, 18-31 L, 17-20 L, 18-31 W, 22-21 L, 12-35 W, 25-21 L, 17-26 L, 26-39 W, 39-38 W, 32-27 L, 15-36 L, 13-44 W, 25-16 L, 19-22 W, 19-17 L, 19-41 L, 17-19 L, 13-19 L, 7-19 W, 22-20 W, 20-16 W, 33-19 W, 47-20 W, 29-12 W, 23-17 W, 38-18 W, 27-13 W, 23-16 W, 38-8 W, 26-14 W, 30-11 W, 23-17 W, 31-18 W, 49-13 W, 29-13 W, 17-6

Dartmouth (107-97) 3/9/2013 A L, 58-64 2/8/2013 H L, 57-60

3/3/2012 2/3/2012 2/18/2011 1/29/2011 2/19/2010 1/30/2010 2/28/2009 2/13/2009 3/1/2008 2/15/2008 3/2/2007 2/3/2007 2/4/2006 3/3/2006 1/29/2005 2/19/2005 1/30/2004 2/21/2004 2/15/2003 2/28/2003 2/9/2002 2/22/2002 2/2/2001 3/3/2001 2/4/2000 3/4/2000 1/8/1999 2/13/1999 1/10/1998 2/13/1998 1/11/1997 2/14/1997 1/12/1996 2/17/1996 2/4/1995 3/3/1995 2/11/1994 2/26/1994 2/5/1993 3/6/1993 2/15/1992 2/28/1992 1/11/1991 2/16/1991 1/12/1990 2/17/1990 1/14/1989 2/17/1989 1987-88 1987-88 1986-87 1986-87 1985-86 1985-86 1984-85 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1982-83 1981-82 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 1978-79 1977-78

H W, 61-55 A W, 64-62 H W, 67-60 A W, 66-45 A L, 44-48 H W, 63-51 A L, 53-67 H W, 65-52 H L, 47-63 A W, 59-50 H W, 69-67 A W, 61-55 H L, 68-78 A L, 62-69 H W, 64-45 A L, 48-50 A W, 78-42 H W, 73-58 A L, 49-63 H L, 36-50 H L, 51-57 A W, 62-58 H W, 71-57 A W, 71-64 A L, 46-52 H W, 70-63 H L, 54-58 A L, 61-66 H W, 55-53 A W, 62-56 A L, 57-73 H L, 47-82 A L, 57-59 H L, 54-71 H L, 57-77 A L, 67-69 H L, 65-80 A L, 52-64 H L, 63-72 A W, 68-66 H W, 74-53 A W, 76-59 H W, 77-75 (ot) A L, 61-67 A L, 73-75 H L, 68-72 H L, 30-54 A L, 66-88 A L, 73-85 H L, 74-79 A L, 65-81 H W, 89-74 A L, 64-68 H W, 69-61 H W, 67-63 A W, 83-66 H W, 48-45 A W, 77-74 H W, 48-46 A W, 74-73 A W, 54-50 H W, 56-45 A W, 71-57 H W, 53-48 A L, 54-63 H W, 45-40 A W, 68-57 H W, 62-58

1977-78 1976-77 1976-77 1975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1974-75 1973-74 1973-74 1972-73 1972-73 1971-72 1971-72 1970-71 1970-71 1969-70 1969-70 1968-69 1968-69 1967-68 1967-68 1966-67 1966-67 1965-66 1965-66 1964-65 1964-65 1963-64 1963-64 1962-63 1962-63 1961-62 1961-62 1960-61 1960-61 1959-60 1959-60 1958-59 1958-59 1957-58 1957-58 1956-57 1956-57 1955-56 1955-56 1954-55 1954-55 1952-53 1952-53 1951-52 1951-52 1950-51 1950-51 1949-50 1949-50 1948-49 1948-49 1947-48 1947-48 1946-47 1946-47 1945-46 1945-46 1944-45 1944-45 1943-44 1943-44 1942-43

A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H A H A H A H H A H H H A A H H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H H A H A H A H A A H H

W, 64-47 W, 84-61 W, 93-57 W, 84-69 L, 57-61 L, 77-78 L, 77-93 W, 53-51 W, 66-59 W, 84-57 L, 74-76 W, 87-86 L, 73-107 W, 84-83 L, 73-78 W, 72-58 W, 107-74 W, 94-61 W, 74-41 W, 76-70 W, 86-58 W, 78-53 W, 49-47 W, 77-72 W, 85-60 W, 85-77 W, 108-87 W, 80-76 W, 82-67 W, 55-51 L, 55-58 W, 62-50 L, 54-65 W, 74-57 L, 54-65 L, 78-84 L, 77-86 L, 40-69 L, 55-95 L, 60-82 L, 70-72 W, 78-68 L, 56-63 L, 70-71 L, 50-61 W, 63-51 L, 63-84 W, 75-65 W, 63-59 W, 83-62 W, 58-55 W, 59-43 W, 76-49 W, 74-56 W, 74-59 W, 50-48 L, 38-47 W, 64-54 W, 44-35 W, 60-56 W, 52-47 L, 35-47 L, 27-47 W, 51-33 L, 38-45 L, 40-51 L, 53-69 L, 44-66

columbia MEN’S BASKETBALL

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2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results 1942-43 1941-42 1941-42 1940-41 1940-41 1938-39 1938-39 1937-38 1937-38 1936-37 1936-37 1935-36 1935-36 1934-35 1934-35 1933-34 1933-34 1932-33 1932-33 1931-32 1931-32 1930-31 1930-31 1929-30 1929-30 1928-29 1928-29 1927-28 1927-28 1926-27 1926-27 1925-26 1925-26 1924-25 1924-25 1923-24 1923-24 1922-23 1922-23 1921-22 1921-22 1920-21 1920-21 1919-20 1919-20 1917-18 1917-18 1916-17 1916-17 1915-16 1915-16 1914-15 1914-15 1913-14 1913-14 1912-13 1912-13 1911-12 1911-12 1907-08 1905-06

A A H A H H A H A H A A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A A H A H A H A H H H

L, 48-70 L, 23-66 L, 43-46 L, 36-49 L, 33-39 W, 50-45 L, 48-54 W, 48-37 L, 36-46 W, 45-43 L, 45-47 W, 35-34 W, 40-33 W, 37-22 L, 31-36 L, 28-48 L, 22-24 L, 32-45 L, 26-52 W, 42-32 W, 32-17 W, 25-24 W, 37-31 W, 33-32 W, 56-28 L, 34-41 L, 25-29 L, 22-27 L, 20-26 L, 28-30 L, 14-38 W, 33-15 W, 32-30 L, 15-31 L, 15-21 L, 20-21 L, 18-20 W, 36-20 L, 29-32 L, 18-26 L, 19-21 L, 18-21 L, 21-26 L, 22-27 W, 28-25 W, 23-21 W, 22-18 L, 24-40 L, 20-26 L, 16-30 W, 33-20 W, 33-11 W, 28-24 W, 15-13 W, 21-16 L, 9-20 W, 29-21 L, 18-30 W, 18-17 W, 21-7 L, 10-16

Delaware (1-5) 12/30/1993 N L, 52-72 1987-88 A L, 53-63 1986-87 A L, 71-83 1984-85 A L, 62-65 1983-84 A L, 63-68 1981-82 N W, 54-46 Delaware State (1-0) 11/12/2007 N W, 47-41 DePaul (0-1) 11/17/2009 A

L, 53-59

Denver (1-0) A W, 63-59

1949-50

Detroit (1-1) 1987-88 N W, 80-65 1957-58 A L, 71-78 Detroit YMCA (0-1) 1906-07 A L, 15-22 1947-48 1927-28

Dickinson (2-0) A W, 48-46 H W, 37-24

1985-86

Drake (0-1) N

L, 56-58

12/1/1997

Drew (1-0) H

W, 67-63

Duke (1-2) 11/12/2006 A 11/23/1999 A 1951-52 N

L, 43-86 L, 52-99 W, 66-58

1974-75 1964-65

Duquesne (0-2) N L, 63-88 A L, 65-102

East Carolina (0-1) 12/3/1994 N L, 51-78 Eastern Washington (0-1) 12/5/1997 N L, 59-68 12/22/12 1/8/2012 1/2/2011 1963-64

Elon (1-2) H A H

L, 69-70 W, 65-60 L, 69-70

Evansville (0-1) A L, 60-96

Evanston YMCA (1-0) 1906-07 A W, 22-14 Fairleigh Dickinson (1-0) 1/2/2012 H W, 67-52

Davidson (0-2) 12/29/1999 N L, 47-50 1967-68 N L, 59-61 (!)

FDU-Florham (1-0) 1/11/2004 H W, 77-45

Dayton (0-1) 1985-86 A L, 46-57

Fall River YMCA 1904-05 A W, 18-11

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Fitchburg YMCA (1-0) W, 19-16 1971-72

Florida (0-1) N L, 47-87

Florida Atlantic (0-1) 1/2/1996 A L, 58-70 Florida International (0-1) 12/27/1995 A L, 67-82 Florida Southern (1-1) 1982-83 A L, 63-70 1978-79 A W, 68-60 Fordham (28-50) 11/14/2008 A W, 65-62 11/9/2007 H L, 61-79 1/6/2004 A L, 57-61 11/26/1996 H L, 62-66 11/28/1995 A W, 60-48 1/23/1995 H L, 57-85 1/17/1994 A L, 60-66 1/25/1993 H W, 65-51 1/13/1992 A L, 54-60 12/11/1990 H L, 72-83 1/9/1990 A L, 59-82 1/10/1989 A L, 71-97 1987-88 H L, 58-70 1986-87 H L, 77-79 1985-86 A L, 43-44 1984-85 H L, 72-73 1983-84 A L, 65-78 1982-83 H L, 56-57 1981-82 A L, 43-57 1980-81 H L, 53-61 1979-80 A L, 57-65 1978-79 H L, 75-76 1977-78 A W, 67-64 1976-77 H W, 92-77 1975-76 A L, 57-65 1974-75 H L, 58-67 1973-74 MSG L, 51-75 1972-73 MSG L, 66-84 1971-72 H L, 70-88 1970-71 H L, 67-83 1969-70 A W, 80-69 1968-69 H W, 82-73 1967-68 A L, 66-71 1966-67 H L, 52-56 1965-66 A W, 67-66 1964-65 H L, 80-85 1963-64 A L, 66-68 1962-63 H L, 50-81 1961-62 A L, 59-67 1960-61 H W, 51-47 1959-60 A L, 68-90 1958-59 H L, 73-88 1957-58 A L, 79-103 1956-57 H W, 99-84 1955-56 A L, 68-81 1954-55 H L, 68-71 1953-54 N L, 62-63 1952-53 A L, 65-71 1951-52 A W, 47-46 1950-51 H W, 70-47 1949-50 A W, 58-41

1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 1945-46 1942-43 1941-42 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32 1930-31 1930-31 1929-30 1928-29 1914-15 1912-13 1907-08

H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A A H MSG H H A H H H

W, 74-38 W, 58-46 L, 55-56 W, 52-51 L, 44-52 L, 43-54 L, 29-41 L, 31-32 L, 37-39 W, 40-32 W, 36-28 L, 19-26 W, 30-29 L, 30-40 L, 21-37 W, 43-42 W, 30-13 W, 26-18 L, 24-29 L, 21-23 L, 18-36 W, 39-16 W, 27-7 W, 29-6

Fort Monmouth (2-0) 1942-43 A W, 64-50 1942-43 H W, 49-45 Furman (2-1) 11/10/2012 A W, 68-47 11/14/2011 H L, 58-62 1976-77 A W, 93-79 Georgetown (7-6) 1981-82 N L, 26-38 1970-71 H W, 80-68 1969-70 A L, 68-72 1968-69 H W, 103-62 1967-68 A L, 63-65 1966-67 H W, 82-71 1965-66 A L, 79-97 1964-65 H L, 85-97 1958-59 N L, 77-101 1929-30 H W, 45-17 1910-11 H W, 49-12 1909-10 H W, 21-11 1908-09 H W, 23-10 1907-08 A L, 18-22 George Washington (1-2) 12/11/1992 A L, 70-80 1982-83 N L, 60-65 1966-67 N W, 79-74 1982-83 1952-53

Georgia (1-1) N L, 53-86 N W, 61-51

Georgia Tech (0-1) 1976-77 N L, 79-80 Grambling (1-0) 11/23/1996 N W, 77-59 Halloran Hospital (0-1) 1948-49 H L, 32-59

2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results Hartford (0-1) 12/28/1988 N L, 62-70 Harvard (94-76) 3/8/2013 A L, 51-56 2/10/2013 H W, 78-63 3/2/2012 H L, 70-77 (OT) 2/4/2012 A L, 52-57 2/19/2011 H L, 42-61 1/28/2011 A L, 66-77 2/20/2010 A L, 57-77 1/29/2010 H L, 45-74 2/27/2009 A L, 63-72 2/14/2009 H W, 60-59 2/29/2008 H W, 61-54 2/16/2008 A W, 73-64 3/3/2007 H W, 76-66 2/2/2007 A W, 90-70 2/3/2006 H L, 59-69 3/4/2006 A L, 64-69 1/30/2005 H W, 57-55 2/18/2005 A L, 71-78 1/31/2004 A W, 78-67 2/20/2004 H W, 73-58 2/14/2003 A L, 63-77 3/1/2003 H L, 63-66 2/8/2002 H L, 52-55 2/23/2002 A L, 56-59 2/3/2001 H W, 65-55 3/2/2001 A L, 61-66 2/5/2000 A W, 71-65 3/3/2000 H L, 59-61 1/9/1999 H W, 72-62 2/12/1999 A L, 63-68 1/9/1998 H L, 61-66 2/14/1998 A W, 78-66 1/10/1997 A L, 49-63 2/15/1997 H L, 57-81 1/13/1996 A L, 48-72 2/16/1996 H L, 44-71 2/3/1995 H L, 56-58 3/4/1995 A L, 61-93 2/12/1994 H L, 75-76 2/25/1994 A L, 68-70 2/6/1993 H W, 101-70 3/5/1993 A L, 75-82 2/14/1992 H W, 94-76 2/29/1992 A L, 67-70 1/12/1991 H L, 76-77 2/15/1991 A W, 92-77 1/13/1990 A L, 74-87 2/16/1990 H L, 72-77 1/13/1989 H L, 64-83 2/18/1989 A L, 76-80 (2ot) 1987-88 A L, 57-64 1987-88 H L, 65-66 1986-87 A W, 88-81 1986-87 H W, 77-73 1985-86 A W, 60-49 1985-86 H W, 73-54 1984-85 H L, 56-59 1984-85 A W, 62-58 1983-84 H L, 71-79 1983-84 A L, 77-88 1982-83 H W, 60-44 1982-83 A L, 62-66 1981-82 A L, 69-73 1981-82 H W, 55-50

1980-81 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 1978-79 1977-78 1977-78 1976-77 1976-77 1975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1974-75 1973-74 1973-74 1972-73 1972-73 1971-72 1971-72 1970-71 1970-71 1969-70 1969-70 1968-69 1968-69 1967-68 1967-68 1966-67 1966-67 1965-66 1965-66 1964-65 1964-65 1963-64 1963-64 1962-63 1962-63 1961-62 1961-62 1960-61 1960-61 1959-60 1959-60 1958-59 1958-59 1957-58 1957-58 1956-57 1956-57 1955-56 1955-56 1954-55 1954-55 1953-54 1953-54 1952-53 1952-53 1951-52 1951-52 1950-51 1950-51 1949-50 1949-50 1948-49 1948-49 1947-48 1947-48 1946-47

A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H A H A H H H H A A H H A A H H A H A A H A W A H H A H A H A A H H A A H A

L, 58-61 W, 85-63 L, 71-81 W, 90-74 W, 96-82 W, 71-62 W, 88-64 W, 92-74 L, 71-73 W, 75-67 L, 83-92 L, 77-80 L, 72-111 L, 51-58 L, 57-64 L, 59-64 W, 86-68 L, 100-102 L, 84-86 L, 71-73 L, 66-85 W, 73-72 W, 96-69 W, 81-75 W, 92-74 W, 103-70 W, 115-56 W, 80-71 L, 73-82 W, 75-73 W, 99-85 L, 80-93 W, 86-77 L, 71-85 W, 69-59 W, 51-44 L, 50-71 L, 67-75 L, 73-96 L, 61-67 W, 70-68 W, 67-50 L, 69-73 L, 63-66 L, 75-80 L, 61-80 L, 67-83 W, 80-61 W, 92-73 W, 87-61 W, 78-55 W, 76-71 W, 58-53 W, 63-57 W, 69-51 W, 82-57 W, 77-56 W, 68-51 W, 83-57 W, 90-63 W, 60-53 W, 62-52 W, 71-60 W, 86-49 W, 57-53 W, 55-53 W, 71-59 L, 50-66

1946-47 1942-43 1942-43 1941-42 1940-41 1940-41 1939-40 1939-40 1938-39 1938-39 1937-38 1937-38 1936-37 1936-37 1935-36 1935-36 1934-35 1934-35 1933-34 1933-34 1931-32 1929-30 1926-27 1924-25 1923-24 1906-07 1906-07 1905-06 1905-06 1903-04 1903-04 1902-03 1902-03 1901-02 1901-02 1900-01

H H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H H A A H A A H H A A H H A H

W, 69-51 W, 54-43 L, 52-53 W, 56-44 W, 42-28 W, 36-18 L, 35-40 L, 35-38 W, 55-36 W, 51-32 W, 58-34 L, 31-36 W, 38-25 L, 30-37 W, 47-33 W, 29-27 W, 51-28 W, 52-29 W, 29-25 W, 48-35 W, 31-22 W, 44-17 W, 32-35 W, 26-21 W, 28-22 W, 18-6 W, 19-10 W, 17-13 W, 22-17 W, 39-14 W, 24-16 W, 14-12 W, 20-11 W, 28-11 L, 16-19 L, 9-11

Haverford (4-0) 11/13/12 H W, 74-40 11/20/2001 H W, 52-37 11/27/1993 H W, 85-70 11/24/1990 H W, 96-58

1948-49 1947-48

Idaho State (1-0) 1970-71 N W, 73-66 12/6/1996 1984-85 1950-51 1949-50

Illinois (0-4) A L, 59-84 A L, 48-72 MSG L, 71-79 (!) A L, 46-58

1975-76

Indiana (0-1) MSG L, 63-106

Indiana State (1-0) 1966-67 N W, 63-59 12/1/1992 1976-77 1975-76 1973-74

Holy Cross (7-4) 1/8/2013 A L, 69-78 12/6/2011 H W, 46-45 11/15/1998 A W, 56-53 11/22/1997 H W, 76-64 11/30/1990 N L, 69-72 1982-83 A W, 59-57 1969-70 MSG W, 92-68 1952-53 A L, 65-78 1951-52 A L, 80-85 1949-50 H W, 61-54

Iona (0-4) N A H H

L, 68-80 L, 69-84 L, 73-75 L, 51-55

Jacksonville (0-2) 1984-85 N L, 61-81 1973-74 N L, 50-58 1902-03

Jefferson (0-1) A L, 14-17

1907-08 1907-08

Kansas AC (0-2) A L, 22-26 A L, 25-33

1972-73

Kent State (0-1) N L, 53-64

Kennesaw State (1-0) 11/18/2006 H W, 63-51 1947-48

L, 40-64 L, 55-58 L, 62-72 L, 60-68 L, 66-80 L, 64-83 L, 71-80 L, 74-78 W, 81-60

L, 49-55 W, 60-53

Howard (1-0) 12/8/1989 N W, 69-68

Hawaii-Pacific (1-0) 1986-87 N W, 89-62 Hofstra (1-8) 12/22/2004 A 12/6/2003 H 1/25/1994 A 1/7/1993 A 1/8/1992 H 1/8/1991 H 1/6/1990 A 12/3/1988 A 1985-86 N

A H

Kentucky (0-1) MSG L, 53-76 (!)

Kingston 17th Sep. Co. (0-2) 1901-02 A L, 8-38 1901-02 A L, 7-15 Lafayette (14-27) 12/30/2011 H W, 77-67 1/5/2011 A W, 76-73 1/6/2010 A L, 74-91 12/8/2007 H L, 64-78 12/11/2006 A W, 75-58 12/10/2005 H W, 71-67 1/2/2005 A L, 62-65 1/3/2004 H L, 73-82 1/2/2003 A L, 52-61 11/29/2000 A L, 50-60 11/20/1999 H L, 52-59 12/10/1998 A L, 61-81 11/19/1997 H L, 55-60 12/12/1995 A L, 51-64 12/5/1994 H L, 75-78 12/7/1993 A L, 53-70

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2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results 12/28/1992 2/18/1992 12/5/1989 12/6/1988 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1981-82 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1946-47 1945-46

H L, 72-77 A L, 69-75 H L, 73-81 H L, 50-73 A W, 64-63 A W, 68-65 H W, 70-59 N L, 60-66 A W, 64-61 H L, 56-60 A W, 56-55 (ot) H L, 74-91 A L, 72-95 A L, 72-90 H L, 52-59 H L, 64-77 H L, 64-100 H W, 109-93 A L, 86-90 H W, 75-68 A W, 54-48 H L, 54-69 A L, 43-52 H W, 48-46

Larchmont A.C. (0-2) 1901-02 A L, 18-21 1900-01 A L, 8-16 La Salle (1-2) 11/12/2010 A L, 71-82 1969-70 A L, 74-89 1967-68 N W, 83-69(!) La Sierra (1-0) 12/4/2011 N W, 78-56 Lehigh (22-11) 12/3/2009 H W, 75-70 1/2/2009 A L, 59-73 1/2/2008 H W, 74-64 1/2/2007 A W, 55-54 1/2/2006 H L, 57-65 12/6/2004 A W, 75-61 12/8/2003 H L, 57-60 12/9/2002 A L, 51-67 11/27/2001 H W, 52-48 12/11/2000 A W, 45-42 12/11/1999 H W, 67-65 1/2/1999 A W, 69-49 1/3/1998 H W, 67-55 1/6/1997 A W, 86-66 1/6/1996 H W, 76-69 12/1/1994 A L, 75-85 1/10/1994 H L, 67-78 (ot) 1/11/1993 A L, 79-80 1/20/1992 H W, 90-84 1/22/1991 A L, 70-96 1/23/1990 H L, 71-76 1/28/1989 H L, 81-93 1987-88 A L, 65-77 1986-87 A W, 90-78 1985-86 H L, 84-90 1984-85 A W, 52-47 1983-84 H W, 76-55 1968-69 H W, 85-47 1967-68 A W, 78-57 1966-67 H W, 65-50

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1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1962-63

A H A N H

W, 102-59 W, 80-66 L, 53-56 W, 65-51 W, 74-66

LIU-BROOKLYN (4-3) 11/28/12 A L, 61-70 12/10/2011 H W, 63-53 11/20/2007 A L, 60-70 11/21/2006 H W, 90-63 1/22/2006 A W, 80-63 11/24/2004 H W, 53-49 12/1/1990 N L, 69-71 Longwood (2-1) 11/20/2010 A L 76-95 11/20/2009 H W 72-61 11/19/2004 H W, 82-69 Louisville (1-0) 1967-68 MSG W, 74-67 Loyola (Md.) (2-0) 1981-82 N W, 40-39 1979-80 H W, 70-53 Loyola Marymount (1-0) 12/2/2011 A W, 69-61 Maine (2-2) 12/20/2010 A W, 74-71 12/30/2009 H L, 59-65 1961-62 N W, 73-57 1959-60 N L, 66-74 Manhattan (15-8) 12/29/2012 H W, 69-58 11/26/2011 A W, 59-41 11/24/2003 A L, 57-72 1/5/1994 A L, 45-92 1/4/1993 H W, 84-80 11/26/1991 A L, 81-94 11/27/1990 H L, 64-80 11/28/1989 A L, 67-85 11/29/1988 A W, 73-53 1987-88 H L, 80-84 1986-87 H W, 79-73 1985-86 A W, 69-35 1984-85 H W, 72-59 1983-84 H L, 77-83 1982-83 H W, 73-58 1981-82 A W, 49-40 1979-80 A W, 71-56 1978-79 A W, 84-76 1977-78 H L, 80-91 (ot) 1976-77 H W, 90-62 1929-30 H W, 31-24 1917-18 H W, 38-16 Manitonic Renal AC (1-0) 1906-07 A W, 19-16 Marist (1-5) 11/17/2012 H L, 62-67 12/28/2011 A L, 59-79 12/21/2008 MSG W, 63-58 11/17/2001 A L, 59-69

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L, 57-68 L, 62-82

Monmouth (1-0) 12/3/1999 N W, 61-45

Marquette (0-4) 12/1/1995 A L, 45-72 12/6/1991 A L, 63-71 1986-87 A L, 68-79 1957-58 N L, 51-82

Morehead State (1-0) 11/20/2004 H W, 76-58

11/25/1994 12/9/1989

A A

1979-80 1976-77

Marshall (0-2) N L, 78-88 A L, 78-79

1963-64 1924-25 1912-13 1911-12

Maryland (2-2) N L, 76-82 H L, 23-24 H W, 43-12 H W, 32-20

UMBC (0-1) 11/22/2008 H

L, 52-66

Maryland-Eastern Shore (1-0) 11/15/2010 H W, 108-74 Marywood (1-0) 1/6/2007 H W, 87-38 Massachusetts (1-2) 1/9/2003 A L, 47-66 1984-85 N W, 52-40 1960-61 N L, 57-64 1970-71

Memphis (0-1) N L, 62-93

Merchant Marine (10-0) 1987-88 H W, 98-79 1986-87 H W, 97-79 1984-85 H W, 66-59 1983-84 H W, 79-74 1975-76 H W, 96-69 1974-75 A W, 89-71 1949-50 A W, 97-44 1948-49 H W, 69-27 1947-48 H W, 70-42 1946-47 H W, 67-34 Miami (Fla.) (1-2) 11/21/2000 A L, 41-65 12/29/1995 A L, 62-69 1952-53 A W, 64-59 1947-48

Michigan (0-1) MSG L, 49-66 (!)

Midshipmen (1-1) 1944-45 H L, 54-70 1943-44 H W, 44-41 1907-08 1907-08 1904-05

Minnesota (1-2) A L, 8-9 A L, 11-16 H W, 27-15

Mount St. Mary’s (1-2) 11/30/2002 A L, 48-57 11/25/2000 H W, 56-44 12/9/1997 A L, 42-69 Mt. Vernon 1st Reg. (1-0) 1900-01 A W, 12-8 Muhlenburg (0-1) 1944-45 A L, 33-34 Murray State (0-1) 12/29/1993 N L, 66-82 National A.C. (1-0) 1902-03 A W, 19-17 Navy (18-16) 1/17/2005 A W, 69-63 12/22/2001 N 74-72 (OT) 1958-59 H L, 54-67 1957-58 A L, 69-91 1956-57 H W, 83-70 1952-53 H W, 77-71 1951-52 A L, 53-65 1950-51 H W, 87-62 1949-50 A L, 45-69 1948-49 H W, 53-36 1947-48 A W, 40-37 1946-47 H L, 50-60 1945-46 A L, 41-62 1943-44 A L, 38-65 1942-43 H W, 56-52 1941-42 A L, 34-44 1940-41 H W, 54-35 1939-40 A W, 38-29 1938-39 H W, 47-39 1937-38 A L, 29-38 1936-37 H W, 50-48 1935-36 A W, 40-24 1934-35 A L, 24-33 1933-34 H L, 20-43 1932-33 A L, 31-56 1928-29 H W, 32-31 1926-27 A L, 14-19 1925-26 H L, 29-30 1924-25 A L, 19-40 1923-24 H W, 34-23 1987-88

Nebraska (0-1) H L, 62-82

New Hampshire (3-0) 1/17/2006 H W, 64-61 12/30/1999 N W, 72-57 1980-81 N W, 59-47 Newport YMCA (1-0) 1904-05 A W, 24-22

Mitchel Field (0-1) 1943-44 H L, 36-45 1/9/2009

NJIT (4-0) H

W, 73-50

2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results 1/12/2008 11/17/2006 11/18/1998

A H H

W, 64-52 W, 73-60 W, 69-58

Newark Turn Verein (0-1) 1901-02 H L, 13-16 New Mexico (0-3) 11/22/1996 A L, 56-94 1984-85 A L, 44-57 1973-74 N L, 56-109 New Orleans (0-1) 1/2/1991 A L, 53-83 Norwalk G.F. (1-0) 1903-04 A W, 17-6 NYU (20-15) 12/13/1988 A 1987-88 MSG 1986-87 H 1985-86 A 1983-84 H 1970-71 MSG 1969-70 MSG 1968-69 MSG 1967-68 H 1958-59 H 1946-47 H 1935-36 H 1934-35 H 1933-34 N 1933-34 H 1932-33 N 1932-33 H 1931-32 N 1931-32 MSG 1930-31 H 1929-30 N 1928-29 H 1927-28 H 1926-27 A 1925-26 H 1924-25 N 1923-24 H 1922-23 H 1921-22 H 1920-21 H 1919-20 H 1914-15 H 1913-14 H 1912-13 H 1911-12 H 1910-11 H 1968-69

W, 72-70 W, 70-56 W, 78-64 W, 66-56 W, 71-55 W, 80-65 W, 71-59 W, 69-68 W, 80-64 L, 70-93 W, 71-41 L, 27-39 L, 26-45 L, 29-44 L, 17-39 L, 24-40 W, 31-26 L, 27-28 W, 22-17 W, 39-28 L, 24-35 L, 31-33 L, 18-36 L, 23-26 W, 29-19 W, 23-19 W, 32-27 W, 30-25 L, 26-28 L, 18-26 L, 23-30 W, 29-27 L, 16-22 W, 23-10 W, 26-15 W, 28-12

Niagara (1-0) H W, 107-84

North Carolina (0-2) 1966-67 N L, 66-98 1951-52 N L, 60-61 UNC-Charlotte (0-1) 1/5/1989 A L, 42-75 North Carolina State (0-3) 12/28/2004 A L, 74-84

11/26/1988 1971-72

A N

L, 54-110 L, 48-76

Northeastern (1-1) 11/16/2001 N W, 66-54 1981-82 N L, 62-72 North Texas (1-0) 12/3/2011 N W, 72-57 Northwestern (1-1) 11/30/1991 A L, 60-78 1969-70 N W, 83-68 Notre Dame (0-2) 12/23/2005 A L, 68-75 1/10/1995 A L, 56-75 Ohio State (1-1) 11/13/2007 A L, 54-68 1930-31 H W, 30-29 Old Dominion (0-2) 1980-81 A L, 58-92 1974-75 A L, 67-80 Oral Roberts (0-1) 1977-78 A L, 60-66 1908-09

Orange YMCA A W, 23-19

1972-73 1949-50 1949-50

Oregon (2-1) N L, 56-81 A L, 74-62 A L, 46-35

1977-78

Pacific (0-1) A

L, 58-75

Paterson YMCA (0-1) 1900-01 A L, 9-24 1902-03

Peekskill (1-0) A W, 57-7

Penn (86-137) 2/23/2013 H W, 58-41 2/1/2013 A L, 58-62 2/18/2012 A L, 59-61 (OT) 1/13/2012 H L, 64-66 2/12/2011 H W, 75-62 2/25/2011 A L, 54-64 2/26/2010 H W, 56-55 2/13/2010 A W, 66-62 3/7/2009 H L, 50-51 2/6/2009 A W, 74-63 3/8/2008 A L, 67-69 2/8/2008 H W, 74-58 2/12/2007 A L, 54-73 1/13/2007 H L, 43-69 1/14/2006 A L, 55-87 2/17/2006 H W, 59-57 2/11/2005 A L, 66-73 2/26/2005 H L, 72-80 2/13/2004 H L, 76-91 2/28/2004 A L, 50-64 2/8/2003 H L, 40-47

3/7/2003 2/2/2002 3/1/2002 1/12/2001 2/17/2001 1/28/2000 2/19/2000 1/30/1999 2/26/1999 1/30/1998 2/28/1998 1/31/1997 3/1/1997 2/3/1996 3/1/1996 2/11/1995 2/24/1995 2/4/1994 3/7/1994 2/12/1993 2/27/1993 2/8/1992 3/6/1992 2/8/1991 2/23/1991 2/3/1990 3/2/1990 2/11/1989 2/24/1989 1987-88 1987-88 1986-87 1986-87 1985-86 1985-86 1984-85 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1982-83 1981-82 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 1978-79 1977-78 1977-78 1976-77 1976-77 1975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1974-75 1973-74 1973-74 1972-73 1972-73 1971-72 1971-72 1970-71 1970-71 1969-70 1969-70 1968-69 1968-69

A A H A H H A H A A H H A A H A H A H A H A H H A H A A H A H H A H A A H A H H A A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A A H H A A H

L, 39-63 W, 54-53 L, 47-51 L, 44-65 W, 69-57 L, 37-63 L, 58-81 L, 51-67 L, 48-87 L, 63-70 L, 53-71 L, 56-63 L, 56-72 L, 50-74 L, 62-82 L, 55-90 L, 48-88 L, 55-67 L, 69-89 L, 63-84 L, 67-74 L, 76-81 W, 71-66 W, 68-67 L, 61-65 L, 72-78 W, 74-69 W, 76-59 L, 61-68 L, 51-56 L, 55-82 L, 73-79 L, 73-94 W, 59-54 L, 76-91 L, 51-71 W, 70-65 L, 58-63 W, 72-70 L, 55-61 L, 80-87 L, 47-52 L, 43-45 L, 51-67 L, 57-62 W, 55-51 L, 54-64 W, 74-72 L, 58-81 W, 88-84 L, 85-86 L, 56-61 L, 70-94 L, 84-97 L, 69-113 L, 69-72 L, 36-73 L, 65-90 L, 59-74 L, 52-59 L, 59-69 L, 62-79 L, 79-92 L, 58-70 L, 52-57 L, 57-71 L, 81-91 W, 69-56

1967-68 1967-68 1966-67 1966-67 1965-66 1965-66 1964-65 1964-65 1963-64 1963-64 1962-63 1962-63 1961-62 1961-62 1960-61 1960-61 1959-60 1959-60 1958-59 1958-59 1957-58 1957-58 1956-57 1956-57 1955-56 1955-56 1954-55 1954-55 1954-55 1953-54 1953-54 1952-53 1952-53 1951-52 1951-52 1950-51 1950-51 1949-50 1949-50 1948-49 1948-49 1947-48 1947-48 1946-47 1946-47 1945-46 1945-46 1944-45 1943-44 1943-44 1942-43 1942-43 1941-42 1941-42 1940-41 1940-41 1939-40 1939-40 1938-39 1938-39 1937-38 1937-38 1936-37 1936-37 1935-36 1935-36 1934-35 1934-35

H A H A A H H A H A H A H A A H H A A H H A H A H H H A N H A A H H A H A H H H A H H H A A H H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A

W, 68-47 W, 59-43 W, 68-60 L, 72-93 L, 58-67 L, 68-83 L, 62-73 L, 58-71 L, 58-67 L, 56-67 L, 66-86 W, 70-66 L, 54-83 L, 47-73 W, 65-54 L, 50-54 L, 53-69 L, 52-61 L, 74-87 W, 87-77 L, 46-48 L, 77-90 W, 93-75 W, 83-66 W, 82-74 L, 58-60 L, 54-62 W, 90,82 W, 73-71 W, 69-54 L, 42-65 L, 56-63 L, 45-59 L, 64-66 L, 71-77 W, 68-40 W, 63-58 W, 51-46 W, 50-47 W, 65-57 L, 47-57 W, 52-50 W, 67-52 W, 66-50 W, 68-59 L, 41-48 W, 60-56 L, 50-57 L, 28-53 L, 45-50 L, 55-58 L, 49-58 L, 29-43 W, 53-40 W, 50-39 W, 48-34 W, 48-34 W, 52-34 L, 35-40 W, 30-27 W, 39-33 L, 33-40 L, 40-42 L, 20-28 W, 40-33 W, 27-25 W, 30-23 L, 22-34

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2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results 1934-35 1933-34 1933-34 1932-33 1932-33 1931-32 1931-32 1930-31 1930-31 1929-30 1929-30 1928-29 1928-29 1927-28 1927-28 1926-27 1926-27 1925-26 1925-26 1924-25 1924-25 1923-24 1923-24 1922-23 1922-23 1921-22 1921-22 1920-21 1920-21 1919-20 1918-19 1918-19 1917-18 1917-18 1916-17 1916-17 1915-16 1915-16 1914-15 1914-15 1913-14 1913-14 1912-13 1912-13 1911-12 1911-12 1910-11 1910-11 1909-10 1909-10 1908-09 1908-09 1907-08 1907-08 1906-07 1906-07 1905-06 1905-06 1904-05 1904-05 1903-04 1903-04 1901-02

N H A H H A H H H H H H A H A H A H A A H H A A H H A H H A H A A H A H H A H H H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A A H A H H A H

L, 34-35 L, 15-31 L, 24-29 W, 29-19 L, 29-34 W, 39-23 W, 38-20 W, 35-19 W, 38-24 W, 32-18 W, 29-23 L, 33-39 W, 35-23 L, 16-37 L, 28-34 W, 26-25 L, 24-32 L, 23-34 L, 23-34 W, 14-11 W, 22-20 W, 26-19 W, 22-14 W, 23-18 L, 16-22 L, 16-33 L, 14-25 L, 16-22 L, 18-19 L, 10-32 L, 18-31 L, 20-32 L, 16-21 L, 24-29 L, 14-24 W, 29-20 L, 22-25 L, 9-22 L, 15-18 W, 26-11 W, 23-11 W, 21-17 W, 13-8 W, 25-13 W, 15-10 W, 22-20 W, 17-15 W, 22-20 W, 33-11 W, 19-13 W, 34-9 L, 13-28 L, 13-21 L, 15-16 W, 22-18 L, 16-20 W, 14-12 L, 15-17 W, 27-17 W, 56-16 W, 17-15 W, 23-12 W, 25-16

Penn State (4-4) 12/11/1993 A L, 43-76 1983-84 N L, 83-84 1972-73 H L, 52-61

38

1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1910-11 1909-10 1986-87

H A H H H

L, 50-73 W, 71-63 W, 76-58 W, 24-16 W, 24-16

Pepperdine (0-1) N L, 67-91

Pittsburgh (3-1) 1966-67 A W, 69-57 1965-66 N W, 65-59 1961-62 H L, 66-77 1953-54 A W, 75-64 Portland (1-0) 12/2/1989 N W, 78-67 Poughkeepsie 15th Sep. Co. (0-1) 1901-02 A L, 15-46 Prairie View (1-0) 12/28/2003 A W, 72-69 12/9/1992 1/7/1989 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 1936-37 1935-36 1905-06 1904-05 1903-04 1900-01

Pratt (10-1) H W, 98-37 A W, 105-51 H W, 81-22 H W, 58-24 H W, 68-51 H W, 61-42 H W, 45-33 H W, 39-28 A W, 36-23 A W, 34-18 A W, 42-12 A L, 11-13

Princeton (84-145) 2/22/2013 H L, 40-65 2/2/2013 A L, 66-72 2/17/2012 A L, 66-77 1/14/2012 H L, 58-62 2/26/2011 A L, 61-66 2/11/2011 H L, 46-76 2/27/2010 H L, 52-67 2/12/2010 A L, 45-55 3/6/2009 H W, 58-44 2/7/2009 A L, 35-63 3/7/2008 A L, 64-74 2/9/2008 H W, 58-53 2/17/2007 A L, 49-54 1/12/2007 H W, 64-56 1/13/2006 A L, 64-68 (OT) 2/18/2006 H W, 65-64 2/12/2005 A L, 53-63 2/25/2005 H L, 59-68 2/14/2004 H L, 71-78 (OT) 2/27/2004 A L, 52-75 2/7/2004 H L, 51-68 2/7/2003 H L, 68-51 3/8/2003 A L, 40-44 2/1/2002 A L, 41-49 3/2/2002 H L, 48-49 1/13/2001 A L, 56-53 2/16/2001 H W, 59-42 1/29/2000 H L, 46-53 2/18/2000 A L, 52-81

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1/29/1999 H L, 40-46 2/27/1999 A L, 52-88 1/31/1998 A L, 45-58 2/27/1998 H L, 37-51 2/1/1997 H L, 53-65 2/28/1997 A L, 52-67 2/2/1996 A L, 45-66 3/2/1996 H L, 55-57 2/10/1995 A L, 48-76 2/25/1995 H L, 47-57 2/5/1994 A L, 46-78 3/6/1994 H L, 44-64 2/13/1993 A W, 71-69 2/26/1993 H W, 65-57 2/7/1992 A L, 55-71 3/7/1992 H L, 51-65 2/9/1991 H L, 47-65 2/22/1991 A L, 33-56 2/2/1990 H L, 39-67 3/3/1990 A L, 46-73 2/10/1989 A L, 54-71 2/25/1989 H L, 62-78 1987-88 A L, 47-69 1987-88 H L, 52-73 1986-87 H L, 54-64 1986-87 A L, 58-63 1985-86 H W, 61-52 1985-86 A L, 66-69 1984-85 A L, 58-63 1984-85 H W, 54-40 1983-84 A L, 28-34 1983-84 H L, 51-75 1982-83 H L, 49-50 1982-83 A L, 56-72 1981-82 A W, 33-31 1981-82 H L, 53-58 1980-81 H L, 35-40 1979-80 A L, 50-77 1979-80 H L, 47-57 1978-79 A L, 49-50 1978-79 H W, 64-52 1977-78 A W, 38-36 1977-78 H L, 44-59 1976-77 A L, 64-85 1976-77 H L, 49-66 1975-76 A L, 53-69 1975-76 H L, 44-46 1974-75 A L, 67-86 1974-75 H L, 60-78 1973-74 A L, 47-90 1973-74 H L, 43-70 1972-73 A L, 54-82 1972-73 H L, 50-51 1971-72 H L, 57-80 1971-72 A L, 72-75 1970-71 A W, 53-50 1970-71 H W, 71-62 1969-70 H W, 76-52 1969-70 A L, 55-61 1968-69 A L, 49-68 1968-69 H L, 59-60 1967-68 H W, 69-60 1967-68 A L, 57-68 1967-68 N (Ivy Playoff) W, 92-74 1966-67 H L, 41-55 1966-67 A L, 45-97 1965-66 A W, 62-59 1965-66 H W, 67-62

1964-65 1964-65 1963-64 1963-64 1962-63 1962-63 1961-62 1961-62 1960-61 1960-61 1959-60 1959-60 1958-59 1958-59 1957-58 1957-58 1956-57 1956-57 1955-56 1955-56 1954-55 1954-55 1954-55 1953-54 1953-54 1952-53 1952-53 1951-52 1951-52 1950-51 1950-51 1949-50 1949-50 1948-49 1948-49 1947-48 1947-48 1946-47 1946-47 1945-46 1944-45 1944-45 1943-44 1943-44 1942-43 1942-43 1941-42 1941-42 1939-40 1939-40 1938-39 1938-39 1937-38 1937-38 1936-37 1936-37 1935-36 1935-36 1934-35 1934-35 1933-34 1933-34 1932-33 1932-33 1931-32 1931-32 1930-31 1930-31

H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H H A A H N H A H A H A H H H A A H A H H A H H A H A H A H A A H A H A H H A A H A H A H A H H A A H

L, 68-78 L, 60-93 W, 69-66 L, 59-78 L, 63-86 L, 55-64 L, 52-84 L, 47-84 L, 66-76 L, 69-99 L, 72-84 L, 69-90 L, 66-75 L, 71-86 L, 60-74 L, 56-71 L, 96-100 L, 82-88 W, 77-69 W, 78-69 L, 52-53 W, 65-58 L, 69-86 W, 62-60 L, 47-66 W, 81-58 L, 58-70 L, 63-70 L, 65-70 W, 53-52 W, 73-66 W, 52-48 L, 48-50 W, 57-50 L, 45-48 L, 54-49 W, 76-50 W, 56-49 W, 50-41 W, 46-41 W, 44-43 W, 38-37 L, 31-33 W, 48-25 W, 61-59 L, 25-39 L, 35-43 L, 30-56 L, 41-43 L, 30-34 L, 27-32 W, 37-31 W, 32-38 L, 41-49 W, 49-27 W, 35-28 W, 32-22 W, 36-30 W, 28-23 W, 40-27 L, 21-42 W, 36-29 L, 29-49 L, 24-35 L, 32-35 L, 27-29 W, 44-26 W, 36-29

2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results 1929-30 1929-30 1928-29 1928-29 1927-28 1927-28 1926-27 1926-27 1925-26 1925-26 1924-25 1924-25 1923-24 1923-24 1922-23 1922-23 1921-22 1921-22 1920-21 1920-21 1919-20 1919-20 1918-19 1918-19 1917-18 1917-18 1916-17 1916-17 1915-16 1915-16 1914-15 1914-15 1913-14 1913-14 1912-13 1912-13 1911-12 1911-12 1910-11 1910-11 1909-10 1909-10 1908-09 1908-09 1907-08 1907-08 1906-07 1906-07 1905-06 1905-06 1904-05 1904-05 1903-04 1903-04 1902-03 1902-03 1901-02 1901-02 1900-01

H A H A H A A H A H H H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H H A A H H A A H H A H A H A A H H A H A H A A H A H A H H A A H H

W, 38-25 W, 44-25 W, 32-25 W, 25-24 L, 22-41 L, 26-36 L, 23-31 W, 36-23 W, 41-23 W, 46-27 L, 15-24 L, 10-23 W, 32-24 L, 17-24 L, 21-33 L, 22-25 L, 10-31 L, 27-30 W, 24-20 L, 13-37 W, 26-16 L, 28-32 L, 15-27 L, 11-16 L, 18-31 L, 18-27 L, 24-34 L, 13-18 L, 12-24 L, 12-16 L, 27-29 W, 22-20 W, 19-15 W, 19-12 L, 24-35 L, 10-20 W, 29-16 W, 26-13 W, 36-13 W, 23-12 W, 40-9 W, 27-15 W, 52-10 W, 51-24 W, 29-15 W, 47-13 W, 20-14 W, 18-15 L, 19-23 W, 32-13 W, 32-28 W, 33-19 W, 23-18 W, 27-15 W, 31-16 L, 27-28 L, 15-45 W, 18-6 W, 9-6

Providence (0-3) 11/28/2006 A L, 55-81 11/24/2001 A L, 54-68 11/30/1996 A L, 61-74 Pt. Washington Maroons (1-0) 1906-07 A W, 25-15

1968-69

Purdue (1-0) N W, 74-70

Quinnipiac (0-3) 12/23/2009 A L, 51-63 11/29/1999 A L, 38-49 11/21/1998 H L, 52-54 Rensselaer Poly (1-0) 1985-86 H W, 77-40 Rice (1-0) W

1950-51 1962-63 1958-59 1956-57

W, 76-63

Richmond (1-2) A L, 71-73 A L, 59-81 A W, 81-73

1/15/1992 12/8/1990 12/10/1988

Rider (1-2) H A N

L, 73-77 L, 63-76 W, 64-61

Rochester (6-2) 1961-62 N L, 65-82 1923-24 A W, 30-27 1921-22 A W, 26-13 1914-15 A L, 19-21 1906-07 A W, 28-9 1905-06 A W, 33-18 1904-05 A W, 36-24 1903-04 A W, 27-13 Rutgers (26-21) 11/18/2002 A L, 36-60 12/3/1998 A L, 49-84 11/25/1997 A L, 46-65 1985-86 A L, 60-72 1980-81 A L, 63-78 1979-80 H L, 49-65 1978-79 A L, 63-70 1977-78 MSG L, 48-62 1976-77 A W, 85-75 1975-76 H L, 65-94 1974-75 A L, 85-114 1973-74 H L, 63-85 1972-73 MSG L, 73-83 1971-72 N L, 54-65 1971-72 MSG W, 76-73 1970-71 A L, 61-74 1969-70 H W, 61-42 1968-69 A W, 74-57 1967-68 H W, 95-64 1966-67 A L, 62-69 1965-66 H W, 108-76 1964-65 A L, 89-101 1963-64 H W, 74-73 1962-63 A L, 68-88 1961-62 H L, 59-81 1960-61 A L, 62-75 1959-60 H W, 82-79 1958-59 A L, 73-84 1957-58 H W, 70-66 1956-57 A W, 93-82 1955-56 H W, 95-49 1954-55 A W, 85-61 1953-54 H W, 64-58

1952-53 1951-52 1950-51 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 1945-46 1926-27 1925-26 1924-25 1923-24 1922-23 1921-22 1914-15

A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H

W, 64-55 L, 64-65 W, 70-53 W, 59-45 L, 52-59 W, 50-44 L, 61-64 W, 57-49 W, 32-31 W, 43-29 W, 31-24 W, 25-21 W, 34-22 L, 24-28 W, 32-13

Sacramento State (0-1) 12/31/1994 A L, 68-77 Sacred Heart (4-4) 11/30/2009 A L, 55-60 12/29/2008 H L, 79-84(OT) 11/30/2007 A L, 59-75 12/2/2006 H W, 76-71 11/30/2005 A W, 61-59 12/9/2004 H W, 76-67 12/2/2003 A W, 85-79 (OT) Second Signal Corp. (2-0) 1904-05 A W, 26-23 1903-04 A W, 25-10 St. Bonaventure (1-2) 1975-76 MSG L, 73-84 1967-68 N W, 95-75(!) 1954-55 N L, 71-73 St. Francis (N.Y.) (9-8) 1/11/2010 H L, 53-59 12/9/2008 A L, 57-59 12/10/2007 H W, 83-64 12/30/2006 A L, 58-67 12/11/2004 A W, 65-57 11/29/1997 A L, 59-68 12/10/1996 H W, 64-58 12/12/1992 N W, 58-50 12/2/1992 N W, 104-67 12/4/1990 A W, 88-82 12/7/1991 N L, 59-62 11/25/1989 H L, 75-78 1935-36 H L, 30-32 1934-35 H L, 29-31 1933-34 H W, 28-27 1931-32 H W, 36-14 1930-31 H W, 35-21 St. Francis (Pa.) (0-1) 12/9/1988 N L, 61-75 St. John’s (7-17) 11/17/2010 A L, 66-79 12/23/2006 A L, 70-76 12/27/2005 A L, 38-63 11/23/1998 A L, 55-71 11/30/1993 A L, 49-79 1985-86 A L, 58-80 1984-85 H L, 49-68 1983-84 A L, 58-48

1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1967-68 1929-30 1928-29 1927-28 1926-27 1925-26 1922-23 1918-19 1917-18 1916-17

H A H H H A MSG H H H H H H H H H

L, 45-72 L, 51-58 L, 42-58 L, 75-91 W, 90-77 L, 56-67 W, 60-55 L, 19-28 L, 25-32 L, 14-43 L, 30-35 W, 31-20 W, 44-17 W, 48-15 W, 29-21 W, 34-19

St. Lawrence (1-0) 1914-15 H W, 44-12 1977-78

St. Louis (0-1) A L, 66-78 (ot)

St. Michael’s (1-0) 1959-60 N W, 76-61 SAINT Peter’s (0-1) 12/28/2005 A L, 54-63 St. Stephen’s (2-0) (Now Bard College) 1931-32 H W, 52-13 1930-31 H W, 41-13 San Diego (0-3) 12/31/2001 A L, 59-75 1/2/1997 A L, 57-89 12/30/1989 A L, 58-85 San Francisco (0-2) 11/24/2012 A L, 59-79 1/4/1992 A L, 74-85 San Francisco State (1-1) 12/30/1991 A W, 82-76 1977-78 A L, 69-71 San Jose State (1-0) 1970-71 A W, 71-68 Santa Clara (1-2) 1977-78 A L, 65-72 1968-69 N L, 58-64 Seton Hall (11-8) 11/16/2008 A L, 50-71 12/13/1999 A L, 58-60 12/13/1994 A L, 56-103 1986-87 H L, 73-86 1985-86 A W, 58-54 1983-84 H L, 53-61 1982-83 A L, 69-71 1981-82 H W, 74-73 1980-81 A W, 63-61 1979-80 H L, 58-66 1978-79 A L, 72-84 1977-78 H W, 82-78 (ot) 1936-37 H W, 43-32 1932-33 H W, 47-22

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H H H H H

W, 31-23 W, 38-28 W, 41-25 W, 37-17 W, 29-25

Silent Five (2-1) 1902-03 A W, 26-16 1901-02 A L, 13-25 1900-01 A W, 11-9 South Carolina (0-1) 1979-80 A L, 60-70

Syracuse (3-10) 11/27/2009, A L, 60-85 12/28/2000 A L, 47-61 12/8/1995 A L, 60-83 1980-81 A L, 81-108 1958-59 A L, 59-90 1957-58 A L, 50-55 1956-57 H W, 99-84 1949-50 A L, 48-60 1930-31 A L, 28-32 1929-30 H W, 34-31 1921-22 A L, 20-24 1920-21 A L, 13-21 1901-02 A W, 38-24

Southern Illinois (0-1) 1983-84 A L, 65-68 1952-53

Tampa (1-0) A W, 89-59

1974-75

Tennessee (0-1) N L, 73-108

Southern Methodist (0-1) 12/28/1990 A L, 45-79 South Florida (1-1) 1982-83 A L, 54-70 1978-79 A W, 71-65

Texas Christian (1-1) 12/29/1994 N L, 64-66 1972-73 N W, 74-61

Stamford (0-1) 1902-03 A L, 14-21

Texas-El Paso (1-0) 12/27/2002 A W, 55-54

Stanford (1-3) A L, 66-76 A L, 76-85 N W, 69-66 N. L, 31-55

Stetson (1-1) 1978-79 A W, 81-78 1975-76 N L, 84-93 Stevens Tech (5-1) 11/27/1999 H W, 77-41 1/7/1995 H W, 77-50 1945-46 A W, 38-28 1943-44 A W, 49-37 1943-44 H W, 49-45 1919-20 H L, 32-47 Stony Brook (5-6) 11/22/2011 A L, 53-67 12/4/2010 H W, 73-72 12/5/2009 A L, 60-63 11/29/2008 H L, 60-62 11/24/2007 A W, 66-46 11/25/2006 H L, 41-54 1/26/2006 A W, 55-54 11/27/2004 H L, 73-77 12/20/2003 A W, 80-75 (OT) 12/4/2002 H L, 56-65 12/9/2000 H L, 63-67 (OT) 12/8/1999 A L, 50-63 12/7/1998 H W, 67-61 Swarthmore (2-0) 11/28/2011 H W, 104-42 1905-06 H W, 45-15

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Washington (0-3) 12/30/2003 A L, 51-88 1972-73 N L, 41-63 1949-50 A L, 56-60 1949-50 A L, 46-49

L, 45-74

Ursinus (2-0) 1/14/1997 H W, 68-37 11/25/1995 H W, 77-35

Washington Continentals (0-4) 1904-05 A L, 7-17 1903-04 A L, 12-17 1901-02 A L, 7-26 1900-01 A L, 8-16

1981-82

Utah (1-0) N

W, 64-52

Washington & Lee (0-1) 1956-57 N L, 65-69

1982-83

Utica (1-0) A

W, 57-43

WaYLAND BAPTIST (1-0) 11/23/2012 N W, 75-63

Toledo (0-1) A

1980-81 1932-33

L, 54-60

Toronto (1-0) H W, 34-20

1953-54 1952-53 1910-11 1909-10 1908-09 1908-09 1905-06 1/19/2006 12/6/1997

Trinity (7-0) A H H H H A H

W, 55-52 W, 75-55 W, 31-12 W, 24-8 W, 34-8 W, 35-11 W, 67-11

Troy (2-0) H N

W, 73-71 W, 57-53

Tulane (3-1) 12/30/1990 A L, 66-85 1950-51 H W, 63-51 1950-51 H W, 62-56 UCLA (0-1) 12/27/2001 A l, 55-64 1/8/2011 1981-82 1945-46 1944-45 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1928-29 1927-28

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W, 64-59 W, 46-40 W, 51-34 W, 43-42 W, 38-31 W, 51-21 W, 37-34 W, 26-25 L, 19-21

H A A A

12/27/1998

UNLV (0-1) A

Valparaiso (1-1) 12/21/2001 N L, 55-71 1957-58 H W, 66-64

Texas A&M (0-1) 12/2/1995 N L, 39-65

Springfield (1-1) 1937-38 H W, 42-32 1936-37 H L, 34-53

1986-87 1970-71 1968-69 1939-40

W, 26-22 W, 20-18 W, 27-22 W, 22-18

1926-27 1921-22 1920-21 1916-17

1984-85 1972-73 1907-08

Vanderbilt (1-2) A L, 59-73 N L, 61-70 A W, 34-16

Vermont (0-3) 11/27/1998 N L, 66-67 1980-81 N L, 61-63 1974-75 H L, 78-82 Villanova (2-4) 11/20/2012 A W, 75-57 12/22/2007 A L, 56-72 12/22/2003 A L, 66-74 12/2/2000 A L, 64-80 12/30/1992 A L, 63-75 1969-70 A W, 76-64 Virginia (0-2) 1987-88 A L, 58-83 1966-67 N L, 88-112 Virginia Tech (0-1) 12/20/2008 MSG L, 52-64 1965-66 1907-08 1907-08

VMI (1-0) N

W, 80-73

Wabash (0-2) A L, 20-32 A L, 15-25

Wagner (8-2) 12/7/2010 H W, 77-71 12/8/2009 A W, 102-91 12/3/2008 H W, 84-69 12/4/2007 A W, 79-65 12/5/2006 H W, 70-44 12/6/2005 A L, 71-83 1/3/2001 H L, 62-83 1/5/2000 H W, 62-56 1978-79 MSG W, 87-64 1976-77 A W, 118-90 Wake Forest (1-0) 1969-70 N W, 101-78

Webb Institute (3-0) 1945-46 H W, 55-18 1944-45 H W, 51-26 1943-44 H W, 60-15 1930-31 1925-26 1924-25 1923-24 1910-11 1909-10 1908-09 1908-09 1907-08 1907-08 1903-04

Wesleyan (10-1) H W, 31-23 H W, 47-24 H W, 26-17 H W, 41-20 H W, 29-13 H W, 33-10 A W, 29-11 H W, 24-18 A W, 26-10 H L, 18-20 H W, 40-12

Western Carolina (0-1) 12/4/1999 N L, 81-83 West Side YMCA (1-0) 1902-03 A W, 15-10 West Virginia (1-3) 1971-72 A L, 53-106 1967-68 MSG W, 98-71 1953-54 A L. 81-88 William & Mary (1-1) 1974-75 A L, 63-75 1956-57 N W, 93-78 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1944-45 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1932-33 1930-31 1929-30 1928-29 1927-28 1915-16 1903-04

Williams (10-5) A W, 56-52 H W, 67-63 A L, 42-64 A L, 24-32 H W, 46-23 H W, 40-2 H W, 35-24 H L, 15-21 H W, 48-36 A W, 36-35 H W, 49-33 H L, 30-40 H W, 31-18 H W, 16-9

2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Series Results 1906-07 1904-05

Wisconsin (2-0) A W, 30-9 H W, 21-15

1987-88

Wyoming (0-1) A L, 56-92

Xavier (Ohio) (0-1) 1979-80 N L, 59-74 Yale (123-100) 3/1/2013 H W, 59-46 2/16/2013 a l, 56-75 2/24/2012 A L, 67-75 2/11/2012 H L, 58-59 3/4/2011 H L, 81-87(2OT) 2/5/2011 A L, 67-72 3/5/2010 A L, 48-65 2/6/2010 H L, 64-79 2/21/2009 A L, 49-57 1/30/2009 H W, 53-42 2/23/2008 H W, 68-62 2/1/2008 A W, 71-58 2/24/2007 A W, 82-64 2/9/2007 H L, 71-85 2/10/2006 A L, 67-74 2/25/2006 H L, 65-71 1/31/2005 H L, 67-77 3/5/2005 A L, 68-81 2/6/2004 A L, 58-63 3/6/2004 H W, 88-79 (2OT) 1/31/2003 H L, 51-65 1/11/2002 A L, 54-65 2/16/2002 H L, 56-76 2/10/2001 A L, 78-80 (2OT) 2/23/2001 H W, 62-59 2/12/2000 H L, 59-65 2/25/2000 A W, 72-67 2/6/1999 A L, 48-60 2/19/1999 H W, 56-63 2/6/1998 H W, 54-52 2/21/1998 A W, 71-57 2/7/1997 A W, 70-54 2/22/1997 H L, 68-71 2/10/1996 H W, 74-58 2/23/1996 A W, 63-62 1/28/1995 A L, 55-68 2/17/1995 H W, 79-69 1/29/1994 H W, 77-58 2/18/1994 A L, 51-73 1/29/1993 H W, 58-45 2/20/1993 A W, 47-46 1/31/1992 A L, 75-79 (ot) 2/22/1992 H W, 64-60 2/1/1991 A W, 58-53 3/2/1991 H L, 58-71 2/10/1990 A L, 44-55 2/23/1990 H L, 65-77 2/4/1989 H L, 66-82 3/3/1989 A L, 85-92 (ot) 1987-88 H L, 56-59 1987-88 A L, 67-78 1986-87 A L, 66-76 1986-87 H W, 81-72 1985-86 H L, 70-71 1985-86 A L, 66-70 1984-85 H W, 77-67 1984-85 A L, 52-55

1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1982-83 1981-82 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 1978-79 1977-78 1977-78 1976-77 1976-77 1975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1974-75 1973-74 1973-74 1972-73 1972-73 1971-72 1971-72 1970-71 1970-71 1969-70 1969-70 1968-69 1968-69 1967-68 1967-68 1966-67 1966-67 1965-66 1965-66 1964-65 1964-65 1963-64 1963-64 1962-63 1962-63 1961-62 1961-62 1960-61 1960-61 1959-60 1959-60 1958-59 1958-59 1957-58 1957-58 1956-57 1956-57 1955-56 1955-56 1954-55 1954-55 1954-55 1953-54 1953-54 1952-53 1952-53 1951-52 1951-52 1950-51 1950-51

A H A H H A A H A A H A H H A A H A H H A A H A H A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H A H H A A H H A A H H A A H N A H A H A H H A A H

L, 60-61 W, 77-76 L, 70-95 W, 86-74 W, 67-55 W, 64-57 L, 65-76 L, 88-94 L, 81-84 L, 62-67 W, 64-62 W, 55-51 W, 88-71 W, 71-44 W, 48-42 W, 70-57 W, 76-75 L, 69-78 W, 78-74 L, 54-59 W, 69-65 L, 64-76 W, 73-71 L, 61-71 W, 85-69 W, 73-58 W, 92-71 W, 81-80 W, 96-69 W, 71-49 W, 69-48 W, 100-72 W, 67-61 L, 47-59 L, 61-71 L, 69-88 W, 102-90 L, 71-72 L, 82-96 L, 57-73 L, 63-76 L, 44-75 L, 71-83 L, 47-66 L, 60-65 W, 59-55 L, 60-68 W, 96-92 L, 72-85 L, 66-84 L, 68-85 L, 68-78 L, 88-91 L, 87-103 L, 57-72 W, 80-59 W. 102-60 L, 70-74 W, 72-50 W, 72-56 L, 55-74 L, 64-66 W, 86-63 W, 71-64 W, 69-62 W, 62-56 W, 90-48 W, 79-49

1949-50 1949-50 1948-49 1948-49 1947-48 1947-48 1946-47 1946-47 1945-46 1945-46 1944-45 1944-45 1943-44 1943-44 1942-43 1942-43 1941-42 1941-42 1940-41 1940-41 1939-40 1939-40 1938-39 1938-39 1937-38 1937-38 1936-37 1936-37 1935-36 1935-36 1934-35 1934-35 1933-34 1933-34 1932-33 1932-33 1931-32 1931-32 1930-31 1930-31 1929-30 1929-30 1928-29 1928-29 1927-28 1927-28 1926-27 1926-27 1925-26 1925-26 1924-25 1924-25 1923-24 1923-24 1922-23 1922-23 1921-22 1921-22 1920-21 1920-21 1919-20 1919-20 1918-19 1918-19 1917-18 1917-18 1916-17 1916-17

H A H A A H A H H A A H A H H A A H A H A H H A H A H A A H H A A H A H H A H A A H A H A H A H H H H A H H H A H A H A H A A H H A H A

W, 51-43 L, 46-59 L, 51-65 W, 58-54 W, 56-44 W, 61-54 W, 50-39 W, 57-56 L, 32-44 L, 45-58 W, 43-41 W, 41-38 W, 49-42 W, 46-35 W, 55-49 W, 62-56 L, 23-40 L, 42-51 W, 40-38 W, 38-31 L, 35-37 L, 38-52 W, 51-30 W, 39-33 W, 44-29 L, 38-49 W, 41-37 L, 33-53 W, 25-24 W, 49-36 W, 44-31 W, 29-18 L, 26-34 L, 28-34 L, 20-23 L, 27-38 W, 48-23 W, 37-29 W, 32-26 W, 39-26 L, 29-30 W, 46-30 L, 23-37 W, 29-28 W, 24-23 W, 30-29 W, 27-22 W, 34-27 W, 25-8 W, 41-31 W, 28-17 W, 18-14 W, 25-15 W, 24-21 W, 24-22 W, 25-22 W, 40-17 L, 28-36 W, 28-21 W, 22-12 L, 23-28 L, 31-32 L, 21-43 W, 27-25 L, 20-27 L, 22-37 L, 27-33 L, 20-45

1915-16 1915-16 1914-15 1914-15 1913-14 1913-14 1912-13 1911-12 1911-12 1910-11 1910-11 1909-10 1909-10 1908-09 1907-08 1907-08 1906-07 1906-07 1905-06 1905-06 1904-05 1904-05 1903-04 1903-04 1902-03 1902-03 1901-02 1901-02

H A A H A H H H A H A H A A H A A A H A H A A H H A A H

L, 21-29 L, 10-50 W, 22-21 L, 17-20 L, 15-22 W, 23-15 W, 43-18 W, 20-8 W, 18-13 W, 25-10 W, 20-10 W, 29-21 W, 17-11 W, 19-13 L, 9-14 W, 18-16 L, 9-11 W, 10-8 W, 26-14 L, 15-17 W, 14-12 W, 24-21 W, 16-7 W, 21-5 L, 12-14 L, 16-22 L, 3-48 W, 19-14

Youngstown State (0-1) 1982-83 N L, 51-55 ! – NCAA Tournament Game @ - NIT Game

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L, 9-24 L, 11-13 W, 12-8 W, 11-9 L, 21-38 L, 9-11 L, 8-16 L, 8-10 L, 8-16 W, 9-6

1901-02 (5-10) at Larchmont A.C. Newark Turn Verein at Kingston 17th Sep. Co. at Pghkpsie. 15th Sep. Co. at Yale at Princeton at Silent Five Harvard at St. John’s M.A. (Syr.) at Wash. Continentals at Kingston 17th Sep. Co. Yale Princeton at Harvard Pennsylvania

L, 18-21 L, 13-16 L, 8-38 L, 15-46 L, 3-48 L, 15-45 L, 13-25 W, 28-11 W, 38-24 L, 7-26 L, 7-15 W, 19-14 W, 18-6 L, 16-19 W, 25-16

1902-03 (10-6) at Peekskill at Co. F. Norwalk at National A.C. at Silent Five at Atlantic A.C. at West Side Y.M.C.A. at Stamford at Jefferson Princeton at Cornell Yale at Harvard at Yale Harvard at Princeton Cornell

W, 57-7 W, 16-11 W, 19-17 W, 26-16 L, 12-20 W, 15-10 L, 14-21 L, 14-17 W, 31-16 W, 29-13 L, 12-14 W, 14-12 L, 16-22 W, 20-11 L, 27-28 W, 17-6

at Second Signal Corp. Yale Minnesota at Princeton Princeton at Yale at Pennsylvania Pennsylvania

W, 26-23 W, 14-12 W, 27-15 W, 32-28 W, 33-19 W, 24-21 W, 27-17 W, 56-16

W, 42-12 W, 29-16 W, 16-9 L, 12-17 W, 25-10 W, 17-6 W, 39-14 W, 31-18 W, 27-13 W, 40-12 W, 17-15 W, 16-7 W, 24-16 W, 21-5 W, 23-18 W, 23-12 W, 27-15 W, 49-13

1904-05 (19-1) at Pratt at Co. F. Norwalk at Central Y.M.C.A. at Newport Y.M.C.A. at Fall River Y.M.C.A. at Fitchburg Y.M.C.A. at Wash. Continentals at Army Cornell Wisconsin at Cornell at Rochester

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W, 34-18 W, 21-9 W, 25-22 W, 24-22 W, 18-11 W, 19-16 L, 7-17 W, 29-25 W, 30-11 W, 21-15 W, 23-17 W, 36-24

W, 34-18 W, 24-18 W, 51-24 W, 47-20 W, 23-10 W, 34-9 W, 19-13 W, 29-12 L, 13-28

1905-06 (12-4) 1909-10 (11-1) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher at Pratt Dartmouth at Pennsylvania Trinity Army Cornell Swarthmore at Cornell at Rochester Pennsylvania at Princeton Yale at Harvard Princeton at Yale Harvard

W, 36-23 L, 10-16 W, 14-12 W, 67-11 W, 31-15 W, 38-8 W, 45-15 W, 26-14 W, 33-18 L, 15-17 L, 19-23 W, 26-14 W, 17-13 W, 32-13 L, 15-17 W, 22-17

1906-07 (14-4) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher Princeton at Detroit Y.M.C.A. at Evanston Y.M.C.A. at Manitonic Renal A.C. at Pt. Wshngtn. Maroons at Wisconsin at Chicago Cent. Y.M.C.A. Cornell at Princeton at Army at Rochester at Cornell Yale Harvard Pennsylvania at Yale at Harvard at Pennsylvania

W, 20-14 L, 15-22 W, 22-14 W, 19-16 W, 25-15 W, 30-9 L, 21-27 W, 27-13 W, 18-15 W, 34-13 W, 28-9 W, 23-16 L, 9-11 W, 18-6 W, 22-18 W, 10-8 W, 19-10 L, 16-20

1907-08 (12-13) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher

1903-04 (17-1) at Pratt 57th Street Y.M.C.A. Williams at Wash. Continentals at Second Signal Corp. at Norwalk G.F. Harvard at Cornell at Rochester Wesleyan Pennsylvania at Yale at Harvard Yale at Princeton at Pennsylvania Princeton Cornell

at Army Wesleyan at Princeton at Cornell Georgetown Pennsylvania at Yale Cornell at Pennsylvania

at C.C.N.Y. at Company F Fordham at Wesleyan Wesleyan Princeton at Georgetown at Birmingham A.C. at Vanderbilt at Wabash at Wabash at Kansas City A.C. at Kansas City A.C. at Minnesota at Minnesota at Chicago at Cornell at Pennsylvania Dartmouth Yale at Princeton Cornell at Yale at Army Pennsylvania

W, 33-23 W, 14-10 W, 29-6 W, 26-10 L, 18-20 W, 29-15 L, 18-22 W, 26-14 W, 34-16 L, 20-32 L, 15-25 L, 22-26 L, 25-33 L, 8-9 L, 11-16 L, 13-28 W, 23-17 L, 13-21 W, 21-7 L, 9-14 W, 47-13 W, 38-18 W, 18-16 L, 16-26 L, 15-16

1908-09 (16-1) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher Brooklyn Poly at Orange Y.M.C.A. Trinity at Wesleyan at Trinity at C.C.N.Y. Princeton

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W, 32-8 W, 23-19 W, 34-8 W, 29-11 W, 35-11 W, 13-12 W, 52-10

Trinity Georgetown Penn State at Princeton Alumn i Princeton Wesleyan Yale Pennsylvania at Yale at Pennsylvania Carlisle

W, 24-8 W, 21-11 W, 19-13 W, 40-9 L, 21-22 W, 27-15 W, 33-10 W, 29-21 W, 33-11 W, 17-11 W, 19-13 W, 53-10

1910-11 (13-1) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher Trinity Georgetown Penn State at Cornell Princeton Wesleyan at Princeton Cornell Carlisle Pennsylvania Yale N.Y.U. at Yale at Pennsylvania

W, 31-12 W, 49-12 W, 24-16 W, 20-16 W, 36-13 W, 29-13 W, 23-12 W, 33-19 W, 23-10 W, 17-15 W, 25-10 W, 28-12 W, 20-10 L, 18-20

1911-12 (10-2) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher Maryland at Dartmouth at Cornell Princeton at Princeton Cornell Dartmouth Pennsylvania Yale N.Y.U. at Yale at Pennsylvania

W, 32-20 L, 18-30 L, 7-19 W, 29-16 W, 23-16 W, 22-20 W, 18-17 W, 15-10 W, 20-8 W, 26-15 W, 18-13 W, 22-20

1912-13 (8-6) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher Brooklyn Poly Maryland Alumn i Fordham at Cornell Princeton Cornell at Princeton N.Y.U. Pennsylvania at Dartmouth Dartmouth Yale at Pennsylvania

W, 37-16 W, 43-12 L, 16-17 W, 27-7 L, 17-19 L, 24-35 L, 13-19 L, 10-20 W, 23-10 W, 13-8 L, 9-20 W, 29-21 W, 43-18 W, 25-13

1913-14 (9-4) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher N.Y.U. Alumni Brooklyn Poly Cornell at Princeton at Dartmouth Dartmouth Pennsylvania at Cornell

L, 16-22 L, 14-39 W, 33-23 W, 19-17 W, 19-15 W, 15-13 W, 21-16 W, 23-11 L, 19-41

Princeton at Pennsylvania at Yale Yale

W, 19-12 W, 21-17 L, 15-22 W, 23-15

1914-15 (12-5) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher Rutgers Brooklyn Poly N.Y.U. St. Lawrence Alumni Fordham at Dartmouth Princeton Pennsylvania Dartmouth at Yale Pennsylvania Cornell Yale at Cornell at Rochester at Princeton

W, 32-13 W, 32-16 W, 29-27 W, 44-12 W, 32-17 W, 39-16 W, 33-11 L, 27-29 L, 15-18 W, 28-24 W, 22-21 W, 26-11 W, 25-16 L, 17-20 L, 19-22 L, 19-21 W, 22-20

1915-16 (3-9) Head Coach: Harry A. Fisher Brooklyn Poly Dartmouth at Dartmouth at Princeton Yale Williams Pennsylvania Princeton at Pennsylvania Cornell at Cornell at Yale

W, 31-27 L, 16-30 W, 33-20 L, 12-24 L, 21-29 W, 31-18 L, 22-25 L, 12-16 L, 9-22 L, 15-36 L, 13-44 L, 10-50

1916-17 (6-8) Head Coach: Carl J. Merner Brooklyn Poly St. John’s at C.C.N.Y. at Cornell at Union at Pennsylvania Yale at Dartmouth Dartmouth Cornell Princeton at Yale Pennsylvania at Princeton

W, 31-20 W, 34-19 L, 17-18 W, 39-38 W, 22-18 L, 14-24 L, 27-33 L, 24-40 L, 20-26 W, 32-27 L, 24-34 L, 20-45 W, 29-20 L, 13-18

1917-18 (4-9) Head Coach: John Murray at Pennsylvania Cornell Brooklyn Poly St. John’s Manhattan at Dartmouth Dartmouth Pennsylvania at Princeton Yale at Cornell Princeton at Yale

L, 16-21 L, 17-26 L, 21-24 W, 29-21 W, 38-16 W, 23-21 W, 22-18 L, 24-29 L, 18-31 L, 20-27 L, 26-39 L, 18-27 L, 22-37

1918-19 (3-6) Head Coach: Fred Dawson Brooklyn Poly St. John’s Pennsylvania at Princeton at Yale Princeton Cornell at Pennsylvania Yale

L, 24-30 W, 48-15 L, 18-31 L, 15-27 L, 21-43 L, 11-16 W, 25-21 L, 20-32 W, 27-25

1919-20 (4-10) Head Coach: Claus "Babe" Benson N.Y.U. Brooklyn Poly at C.C.N.Y. Alumni Stevens Yale at Princeton Pennsylvania at Yale at Dartmouth at Pennsylvania Cornell Dartmouth Princeton at Cornell

L, 23-30 W, 24-9 L, 14-25 W, 29-26 L, 32-47 L, 23-28 W, 26-16 L, 18-37 L, 31-32 L, 22-27 L, 10-32 W, 22-21 W, 28-25 L, 28-32 L, 12-35

1920-21 (7-9) Head Coach: Joseph H. Deering Army Brooklyn Poly at Union C.C.N.Y. at Princeton Pennsylvania N.Y.U. Yale Pennsylvania at Dartmouth Cornell at Yale Princeton at Cornell at Syracuse Dartmouth

W, 27-22 W, 32-31 W, 27-22 W, 15-14 W, 24-20 L, 16-22 L, 18-26 W, 28-21 L, 18-19 L, 18-21 L, 17-20 W, 22-12 L, 13-37 L, 18-31 L, 13-21 L, 21-26

1921-22 (6-13) Head Coach: Joseph H. Deering at Brooklyn Poly at Army Alumni at Rutgers N.Y.U. at Rochester at Syracuse at Dartmouth Cornell at Princeton Pennsylvania C.C.N.Y. Yale Dartmouth at Pennsylvania Princeton at Yale at Cornell at Union

W, 28-20 L, 17-20 W, 29-20 L, 24-28 L, 26-28 W, 26-13 L, 20-24 L, 18-26 W, 23-22 L, 10-31 L, 16-33 L, 19-28 W, 40-17 L, 19-21 L, 14-25 L, 27-30 L, 28-36 L, 18-31 W, 20-18

1922-23 (9-7) Head Coach: Joseph H. Deering St. John’s Brooklyn Poly Rutgers C.C.N.Y. at Army N.Y.U. at Princeton Cornell at Dartmouth Yale at Pennsylvania Dartmouth Pennsylvania at Cornell Princeton at Yale

W, 44-17 W, 27-15 W, 34-22 L, 26-32 L, 19-33 W, 30-25 L, 21-33 L, 22-27 W, 36-20 W, 24-22 W, 23-18 L, 29-32 L, 16-22 W, 28-26 L, 22-25 W, 25-22

1923-24 (15-4) Head Coach: Joseph H. Deering Brooklyn Poly at Rutgers at Army Wesleyan

W, 39-11 W, 25-21 W, 37-20 W, 41-20

2013-14 FACT BOOK Year-By-Year Records Navy at Rochester at Colgate Pennsylvania Princeton at Dartmouth at Harvard N.Y.U. Yale at Cornell Dartmouth at Princeton at Pennsylvania Cornell Yale

W, 34-23 W, 30-27 W, 23-18 W, 26-19 W, 32-24 L, 20-21 W, 28-22 W, 32-27 W, 25-15 L, 19-24 L, 18-20 L, 17-24 W, 22-14 W, 24-19 W, 24-21

1924-25 (10-7) Head Coach: Joseph H. Deering Maryland Rutgers at Navy N.Y.U.-a Wesleyan at Pennsylvania Princeton at Dartmouth at Harvard Yale Pennsylvania Army at Cornell Dartmouth at Yale Princeton Cornel l a - at 168th Street Armory

L, 23-24 W, 31-24 L, 19-40 W, 23-19 W, 26-17 W, 14-11 L, 15-24 L, 15-31 W, 26-21 W, 28-17 W, 22-20 L, 32-33 W, 22-19 L, 15-21 W, 18-14 L, 10-23 W, 21-11

1925-26 (16-2) Head Coach: Dan Meehan Brooklyn Poly St. John’s Navy at Rutgers Wesleyan Alumni at Princeton at Dartmouth Cornell at Army Pennsylvania at Cornell Dartmouth at Pennsylvania Yale N.Y.U. Princeton Yale

W, 34-18 W, 31-20 L, 29-30 W, 43-29 W, 47-24 W, 52-21 W, 41-23 W, 33-15 W, 33-24 W, 30-16 L, 23-34 W, 23-18 W, 32-30 L, 23-34 W, 25-8 W, 29-19 W, 46-27 W, 41-31

1926-27 (9-9) Head Coach: Dan Meehan St. John’s Rutgers at Navy Alumni Union at Princeton at Dartmouth Cornell at Army at Cornell Pennsylvania at N.Y.U. Harvard Dartmouth at Yale Yale at Pennsylvania Princeton

L, 30-35 W, 32-31 L, 14-19 W, 32-27 W, 26-22 L, 23-31 L, 28-30 W, 16-10 L, 15-32 L, 23-35 W, 26-25 L, 23-26 W, 32-25 L, 14-38 W, 27-22 W, 34-27 L, 24-32 W, 36-23

1927-28 (4-14) Head Coach: Dan Meehan Alumni St. John’s N.Y.U. Williams Union

L, 22-40 L, 14-43 L, 18-36 L, 30-40 L, 19-21

Dartmouth Princeton at Yale at Cornell at Army Pennsylvania Seton Hall at Dartmouth Dickinson Cornell at Pennsylvania at Princeton Yale

L, 22-27 L, 22-41 W, 24-23 L, 21-36 L, 20-33 L, 16-37 W, 29-25 L, 20-26 W, 37-24 L, 26-28 L, 28-34 L, 26-36 W, 30-29

1928-29 (10-9) Head Coach: Dan Meehan Alumni Seton Hall at Army N.Y.U. Williams St. John’s Union Princeton at Fordham at Dartmouth Navy Pennsylvania at Yale at Cornell Dartmouth at Pennsylvania Yale at Princeton Cornell

W, 35-21 W, 37-17 L, 30-37 L, 31-33 W, 49-33 L, 25-32 W, 26-25 W, 32-25 L, 18-36 L, 34-41 W, 32-31 L, 33-39 L, 23-37 W, 35-30 L, 25-29 W, 35-23 W, 29-28 W, 25-24 L, 24-36

1929-30 (17-5) Head Coach: Dan Meehan Alumni N.Y.A.C. N.Y.U.-a Seton Hall Harvard St. John’s at Army Princeton at Williams Manhattan at Dartmouth Fordham Pennsylvania at Yale at Cornell Syracuse Cornell Yale at Princeton Georgetown Dartmouth Pennsylvania a - at 168th Street Armory

W, 51-35 W, 34-29 L, 24-35 W, 41-25 W, 44-17 L, 19-28 L, 31-37 W, 38-25 W, 36-35 W, 31-24 W, 33-32 L, 21-23 W, 32-18 L, 29-30 W, 41-34 W, 34-31 W, 51-26 W, 46-30 W, 44-25 W, 45-17 W, 56-28 W, 29-23

1930-31 (21-2) Head Coach: Dan Meehan Alumni Seton Hall St. Francis Williams Wesleyan at Syracuse Colgate at Princeton N.Y.U. at Cornell Fordham-a Ohio St. Army Pennsylvania at Dartmouth Yale Cornell Pennsylvania Fordham at Yale St. Stephen’s Dartmouth Princeton

W, 37-27 W, 38-28 W, 35-21 W, 48-36 W, 31-23 L, 28-32 W, 33-27 W, 44-26 W, 39-28 W, 35-33 W, 26-18 W, 30-29 W, 53-31 W, 35-19 W, 25-24 W, 32-26 W, 45-28 W, 38-24 L, 24-29 W, 39-26 W, 41-13 W, 37-31 W, 36-29

a - at Madison Square Garden 1931-32 (17-6) Head Coach: Dan Meehan Alumni W, 35-29 Seton Hall W, 31-23 St. Francis W, 36-14 Fordham W, 30-13 at Harvard W, 31-22 N.Y.U. - a L, 27-28 N.Y.U. - b W, 22-17 Colgate L, 23-31 Princeton L, 32-35 Cooper Union W, 73-19 at Cornell W, 49-36 at Williams L, 34-40 at Army W, 32-24 at Pennsylvania W, 39-23 Pennsylvania W, 38-20 Yale W, 48-23 at Dartmouth W, 42-32 at Princeton L, 27-29 St. Stephen’s W, 52-13 Dartmouth W, 32-17 at Yale W, 37-29 Cornell W, 46-34 a - at 168th Street Armory b- at Madison Square Garden 1932-33 (9-10) Head Coach: Dan Meehan Alumni Seton Hall N.Y.U.-a at Navy Toronto at Fordham N.Y.U. at Cornell at Princeton Cornell at Yale 7th Regiment Pennsylvania Yale Williams at Dartmouth Princeton Pennsylvania Dartmouth a - at 7th Regiment Armory

W, 36-30 W, 47-22 L, 24-40 L, 31-56 W, 34-20 W, 43-42 W, 31-26 W, 38-34 L, 29-49 W, 37-36 L, 20-23 W, 34-26 W, 29-19 L, 27-38 L, 15-21 L, 32-45 L, 24-35 L, 29-34 L, 26-52

1933-34 (6-14) Head Coach: Paul Mooney Alumni St. Francis Cathedral Fordham N.Y.U.-a at Fordham at Princeton at Cornell Princeton at Yale at Harvard Navy Pennsylvania Cornell N.Y.U. at Dartmouth Yale at Pennsylvania Dartmouth Harvard a - at 7th Regiment Armory

W, 31-29 W, 28-27 W, 45-22 L, 30-40 L, 29-44 L, 21-37 L, 21-42 L, 28-30 W, 36-29 L, 26-34 W, 29-25 L, 20-43 L, 15-31 L, 29-30 L, 17-39 L, 28-48 L, 28-34 L, 24-29 L, 22-24 W, 48-35

1934-35 (13-6) Head Coach: Paul Mooney Brooklyn Poly Fordham N.Y.U. at Princeton at Navy Yale Dartmouth Army

W, 31-18 W, 30-29 L, 26-45 W, 28-23 L, 24-33 W, 44-31 W, 37-22 W, 34-20

St. Francis Pennsylvania at Harvard Cornell Princeton at Dartmouth at Cornell at Pennsylvania Harvard at Yale Pennsylvania-a a - at Rutgers

L, 29-31 W, 30-23 W, 51-28 W, 40-30 W, 40-27 L, 31-36 W, 36-26 L, 22-34 W, 52-29 W, 29-18 L, 34-35

1935-36 (19-3) Head Coach: Paul Mooney Brooklyn Poly Colgate St. Francis Union Williams at Princeton N.Y.U. at Fordham at Yale Pratt at Army Pennsylvania at Navy Harvard at Harvard at Dartmouth Princeton Cornell Dartmouth at Pennsylvania Yale at Cornell

W, 36-13 W, 28-17 L, 30-32 W, 37-34 W, 35-24 W, 32-22 L, 27-39 L, 19-26 W, 25-24 W, 39-28 W, 26-24 W, 40-33 W, 40-24 W, 47-33 W, 29-27 W, 35-34 W, 36-30 W, 59-26 W, 40-33 W, 27-25 W, 49-36 W, 33-27

1936-37 (17-6) Head Coach: Paul Mooney Brooklyn Poly Springfield Fordham Williams at Vedado Club at Hispano-American Club Cuba A.c. Union Cornell Princeton at Yale Pratt Navy Seton Hall Penn at Princeton at Harvard at Dartmouth Dartmouth Yale at Penn Harvard Cornell

W, 35-21 L, 34-53 W, 36-28 W, 40-2 W, 45-28 W, 35-20 W, 52-22 W, 51-21 W, 34-28 W, 49-27 L, 33-53 W, 45-33 W, 50-48 W, 43-32 L, 40-42 W, 35-28 L, 30-37 L, 45-47 W, 45-43 W, 41-37 L, 20-28 W, 38-25 W, 50-37

1937-38 (11-8) Head Coach: Paul Mooney Alumni Springfield Williams at Fordham Yale at Princeton at Cornell at Yale at Navy Union Army Pennsylvania at Harvard at Dartmouth Dartmouth Havard at Pennsylvania Princeton Cornell

W, 47-23 W, 42-32 W, 46-23 W, 40-32 W, 44-29 W, 32-28 L, 43-45 L, 38-49 L, 29-38 W, 38-31 L, 40-46 W, 39-33 L, 31-36 L, 36-46 W, 48-37 W, 58-34 L, 33-40 L, 41-49 W, 47-28

1938-39 (12-5) Head Coach: Paul Mooney

Alumni Colgate Fordham at Army Yale at Princeton Cornell at Yale Princeton Pennsylvania Navy at Harvard at Dartmouth Harvard at Pennsylvania Dartmouth at Cornell

W, 43-34 W, 32-31 L, 37-39 L, 23-27 W, 51-30 L, 27-32 W, 37-32 W, 39-33 W, 37-31 L, 35-40 W, 47-39 W, 51-32 L, 48-54 W, 55-36 W, 30-27 W, 50-45 W, 43-42

1939-40 (6-12) Head Coach: Paul Mooney Alumni California-a Stanford-a at Fordham at Navy Harvard at Yale at Cornell Dartmouth Army Pennsylvania at Princeton at Harvard at Dartmouth Yale at Pennsylvania Princeton Cornell a - at Philadelphia

W, 38-28 L, 36-43 L, 31-55 L, 31-32 W, 38-29 L, 35-40 L, 35-37 L, 33-40 W, 35-32 L, 30-33 W, 48-34 L, 41-43 L, 35-38 L, 31-38 L, 38-52 W, 52-38 L, 30-34 W, 43-34

1940-41 (12-5) Head Coach: Paul Mooney Alumni at Brown Fordham Navy at Cornell at Yale at Army Harvard Pennsylvania at Princeton at Dartmouth Yale at Harvard Princeton at Pennsylvania Dartmouth Cornell

W, 51-28 W, 49-36 L, 29-41 W, 54-35 L, 22-38 W, 40-38 W, 33-26 W, 42-28 W, 50-39 W, 44-39 L, 36-49 W, 38-31 W, 36-18 W, 41-33 W, 48-34 L, 33-39 L, 34-42

1941-42 (2-13) Head Coach: Paul Mooney at Fordham at Navy at Yale Army Harvard Pennsylvania at Cornell Princeton at Harvard at Dartmouth Yale Dartmouth at Pennsylvania at Princeton Cornell

L, 43-54 L, 34-44 L, 23-40 L, 23-36 W, 56-44 L, 29-43 L, 35-50 L, 35-43 L, 54-71 L, 23-66 L, 42-51 L, 43-46 W, 53-40 L, 30-56 L, 27-52

1942-43 (10-8) Head Coach: Cliff Battles at Brown at Fort Monmouth Cornell Fordham at Army

W, 56-52 W, 64-50 W, 49-40 L, 44-52 W, 29-23

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W, 56-52 L, 44-66 W, 49-45 L, 25-39 W, 54-43 L, 55-58 W, 61-59 L, 52-53 L, 48-70 W, 55-49 W, 62-56 L, 49-58 L, 51-59

1943-44 (9-10) Head Coach: Elmer Ripley Webb Institute Mitchel Field Midshipmen at Cornell Princeton Coast Guard at Yale at Stevens at Dartmouth Cornell Yale Army Dartmouth Stevens at Pennsylvania at Princeton Pennsylvania at Navy Camp Thomas Seabees

W, 60-15 L, 36-45 W, 44-41 L, 36-50 L, 31-33 L, 45-46 W, 49-42 W, 49-37 L, 40-51 W, 33-29 W, 46-35 L, 37-55 L, 53-69 W, 49-45 L, 28-53 W, 48-25 L, 45-50 L, 38-65 W, 66-50

1944-45 (9-11) Head Coach: Elmer Ripley Webb Institute Midshipmen at Union at Williams Cornell at Muhlenberg at Yale Dartmouth Princeton YaleW, at Army at Pennsylvania at Princeton Williams at Dartmouth Navy Fordham Muhlenberg Pennsylvania at Cornell

W, 51-26 L, 54-70 W, 43-42 L, 24-32 L, 35-50 L, 33-34 W, 43-41 W, 51-33 W, 44-43 41-38 L, 31-48 L, 43-59 W, 38-37 W, 31-30 L, 38-45 L, 44-51 W, 73-58 L, 44-47 L, 50-57 L, 33-37

1945-46 (11-9) Head Coach: Paul Mooney Webb Institute at Stevens Brooklyn Poly Union Princeton Cornell at Cornell Yale Dartmouth at Princeton at Pennsylvania at Yale at Navy Lafayette Army Pennsylvania at Dartmouth at Fordham Rutgers Brown

W, 55-18 W, 38-28 W, 74-32 W, 51-34 W, 46-44 L, 36-70 L, 43-66 L, 32-44 L, 35-47 W, 46-41 L, 41-48 L, 45-58 L, 41-62 W, 48-46 L, 56-57 W, 60-56 L, 27-47 W, 52-51 W, 57-49 W, 65-50

1946-47 (14-5) Head Coach: Gordon Ridings NY Maritime Kings Point

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W, 71-41 W, 67-34

at Rutgers Pratt at Lafayette Dartmouth at Yale Navy Princeton Fordham Pennsylvania at Cornell Army at Dartmouth Yale at Harvard Cornell at Princeton at Pennsylvania Harvard

L, 61-64 W, 61-42 L, 43-52 W, 60-56 W, 50-39 L, 50-60 W, 56-49 L, 55-56 W, 66-50 W, 41-27 W, 52-50 W, 52-47 W, 57-56 L, 50-66 W, 47-45 W, 50-41 W, 68-59 W, 69-51

1947-48 (21-3) Head Coach: Gordon Ridings Kings Point W, 70-42 Champlain W, 60-31 Rutgers W, 50-44 Pratt W, 68-51 Holy Cross W, 60-53 at Dickinson W, 48-46 at Harvard W, 55-53 at Brown W, 73-41 Dartmouth W, 64-54 at Yale W, 56-44 Army W, 64-46 at Fordham W, 58-46 Pennsylvania W, 52-50 at Cornell W, 40-37 at Princeton L, 54-59 Harvard W, 71-59 Yale W, 61-54 at Navy W, 40-37 Princeton W, 76-50 at Dartmouth W, 44-35 Cornell W, 73-68 Pennsylvania W, 67-52 Kentucky-a L, 53-76 Michigan-a L, 49-66 a - NCAA’s at Madison Sq. Garden 1948-49 (14-6) Head Coach: Gordon Ridings Halloran Hospital Kings Point Alumni Pratt at Rutgers Fordham at Dartmouth Yale Harvard at Army at Princeton Pennsylvania at Harvard at Holy Cross at Cornell Brown Navy Dartmouth Princeton at Pennsylvania Cornell at Yale

L, 32-59 W, 69-27 W, 74-41 W, 58-24 L, 52-59 W, 74-38 W, 50-48 L, 51-65 W, 86-49 W, 69-61 W, 57-50 W, 65-57 W, 57-53 L, 49-55 W, 58-50 W, 58-36 W, 53-36 L, 38-47 L, 45-48 L, 47-57 W, 51-49 W, 58-54

1949-50 (22-7) Head Coach: Gordon Ridings at Kings Point Rutgers at Colgate at Syracuse Pratt at Illinois at Denver at Washington at Washington at Oregon at Oregon Princeton Yale

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W, 97-44 W, 59-45 W, 64-47 L, 48-60 W, 81-22 L, 46-58 W, 63-59 L, 56-60 L, 46-49 W, 74-62 W, 46-35 W, 52-48 W, 51-43

at Fordham at Cornell at Navy Army at Yale Pennsylvania at Princeton at Dartmouth at Brown at Harvard Dartmouth Pennsylvania Holy Cross Cornell Harvard N.Y.A.C.

W, 58-41 L, 49-69 L, 45-69 W, 62-49 L, 46-59 W, 51-46 L, 48-50 W, 74-56 W, 54-51 W, 62-52 W, 74-59 W, 50-47 W, 61-54 W, 60-53 W, 71-60 W, 69-55

1950-51 (23-1) Head Coach: Lou Rossini Alumni W, 90-40 Amherst W, 79-38 N.Y.A.C. W, 91-42 Fordham W, 70-47 at Rutgers W, 70-53 Tulane W, 63-51 Tulane W, 62-56 Rice W, 76-63 Cornell W, 85-45 Princeton W, 53-52 at Yale W, 90-48 Pennsylvania W, 68-50 Dartmouth W, 76-49 at Harvard W, 60-53 at Dartmouth W, 59-43 at Cornell W, 54-44 Yale W, 79-49 Harvard W, 90-63 at Army W, 61-47 Navy W, 87-62 Brown W, 93-55 at Pennsylvania W, 63-58 Princeton W, 73-66 Illinois-a L, 71-79 a - NCAAs at Madison Sq. Garden 1951-52 (16-10) Head Coach: Lou Rossini at N.Y.A.C. Alumni at Amherst Rutgers at Pittsburgh at Fordham N.Y.A.C. Duke-a Cornell-a North Carolina-a Puerto Rico Harvard at Cornell Pennsylvania at Brown at Holy Cross Army Princeton at Harvard at Navy at Pennsylvania Yale Dartmouth at Yale at Dartmouth Cornell at Princeton a - at Raleigh, N.C.

W, 67-64 W, 64-36 W, 61-41 W, 50-41 L, 64-65 W, 47-46 W, 74-56 W, 66-58 L, 64-66 L, 60-61 W, 85-49 W, 68-51 L, 65-68 L, 64-66 W, 95-75 L, 80-85 W, 65-61 L, 63-70 W, 83-57 L, 53-65 L, 71-77 W, 69-62 W, 83-62 W, 62-56 W, 58-55 W, 67-46 L, 65-70

1952-53 (17-6) Head Coach: Lou Rossini Fordham Trinity at Rutgers at Miami at Tampa Georgia-a Harvard Navy Connecticut

L, 65-71 W, 75-55 W, 64-55 W, 64-59 W 89-59 W, 61-51 W, 82-57 W, 77-71 W, 71-59

Dartmouth Brown at Holy Cross at Pennsylvania at Army at Yale at Harvard Princeton at Cornell Yale at Dartmouth Pennsylvania Cornell at Princeton a - at Tampa

W, 75-65 W, 70-45 L, 65-78 L, 56-63 W, 83-57 W, 68-63 W, 77-56 W, 81-58 L, 74-76 W, 71-64 W, 63-59 L, 45-59 W, 86-41 L, 58-70

1953-54 (11-13) Head Coach: Lou Rossini Army at Navy at Fordham at Canisius at Pittsburgh at West Virginia at Cornell at Harvard at Dartmouth Princeton Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Rutgers at Yale at Princeton at Pennsylvania Brown Cornell Harvard Dartmouth at Brown at Connecticut at Trinity Yale

W, 66-57 L, 52-78 L, 24-51 W, 68-66 W, 75-64 L, 81-88 L, 73-81 W, 63-57 L, 54-63 W, 62-60 W, 69-54 L, 65-82 W, 64-58 L, 55-74 L, 47-66 L, 42-65 W, 70-60 L, 57-66 W, 69-51 W, 55-49 L, 56-60 L, 64-80 W, 55-52 L, 64-66

Yale W, 102-60 Princeton W, 77-69 Dartmouth L, 70-71 at Harvard W, 87-61 at Brown L, 59-67 at Dartmouth L, 50-61 Harvard W, 78-55 at Cornell L, 58-63 at Fordham L, 68-81 Pennsylvania L, 58-60 at Princeton W, 78-69 Brown W, 78-68 a - Orange Bowl Tournament, Miami, Fla. 1956-57: (18-6, 9-5 ) Head Coach: Lou Rossini C.C.N.Y. W, 92-75 at Colgate W, 105-96 at Syracuse W, 71-70 Fordham W, 99-84 at Army W, 76-57 Dartmouth W, 78-68 Washington & Lee-a L, 65-69 William & Mary-a W, 93-78 Richmond-a W, 81-73 at Princeton L, 96-100 Harvard W, 80-61 at Rutgers W, 93-82 Cornell W, 103-70 at Harvard W, 92-73 Yale L, 87-103 Navy W, 83-70 Pennsylvania W, 93-75 at Dartmouth L, 56-63 at Yale L, 57-72 Brown W, 82-64 at Cornell W, 80-62 at Pennsylvania W, 83-66 Princeton L, 82-88 at Brown W, 89-72 a - Richmond Invitational, Richmond, Va.

1954-55 (17-8) Head Coach: Lou Rossini

1957-58 (6-18, 2-12) Head Coach: Lou Rossini

at Rutgers W, 85-61 C.C.N.Y. W, 66-56 at Yale W, 72-50 Navy W, 77-70 St. Bonaventure-a L, 71-73 Fordham-a L, 62-63 Yale-a L, 70-74 at Syracuse W, 75-74 at Cornell L, 55-69 Yale W, 72-56 Fordham L, 68-71 Cornell W, 82-62 at Army W, 75-69 at Brown W, 79-51 at Harvard W, 76-71 Pennsylvania L, 54-62 Dartmouth W, 63-51 at Princeton L, 52-53 Harvard W, 58-53 at Dartmouth L, 63-84 at Pennsylvania W, 90-82 Princeton W, 65-58 Brown W, 75-68 Pennsylvania-b W, 73-71 Princeton-c L, 69-86 a - at Buffalo c - at Rutgers b - at Princeton

at C.C.N.Y. L, 70-76 at Syracuse L, 50-55 Army W, 60-56 Colgate W, 68-63 Detroit-a L, 71-78 Marquette-a L, 51-82 Valparaiso W, 66-64 at Fordham L, 79-103 at Cornell W, 60-56 Harvard L, 61-80 Dartmouth L, 60-82 at Princeton L, 60-74 Pennsylvania L, 46-48 at Navy L, 69-91 at Harvard L, 67-83 at Dartmouth L, 70-72 Princeton L, 56-71 at Pennsylvania L, 77-90 Rutgers W, 70-66 at Yale L, 68-78 at Brown L, 94-96 Brown L, 68-81 Yale L, 88-91 Cornell W, 85-65 a - Motor City Tournament, Detroit, Mich.

1955-56 (15-9) Head Coach: Lou Rossini at C.C.N.Y. Rutgers Colgate Army Santa Clara-a West Virginia-a Tulane-a at Pittsburgh Cornell Pennsylvania at Navy at Yale

W, 83-67 W, 95-49 L, 66-67 W, 76-60 W, 76-73 L, 60-70 W, 64-61 L, 58-72 W, 73-67 W, 82-74 W, 64-61 W, 80-59

1958-59 (3-21, 2-12) Head Coach: Archie Oldham C.C.N.Y. N.Y.U . at Syracuse Colgate at Rutgers Fordham Richmond-a Georgetown-a at Cornell at Dartmouth at Harvard at Pennsylvania Princeton

W, 65-56 L, 70-93 L, 59-90 L, 65-72 L, 73-84 L, 73-88 L, 59-81 L, 77-101 L, 52-68 L, 40-69 L, 63-66 L, 74-87 L, 66-75

2013-14 FACT BOOK Year-By-Year Records Navy L, 54-67 at Army L, 80-101 Harvard L, 75-80 Dartmouth L, 55-95 at Princeton L, 71-86 Pennsylvania W, 87-77 Yale L, 66-84 Brown L, 64-66 at Brown L, 62-80 at Yale L, 68-85 Cornell W, 70-63 a - Richmond Invitational, Richmond, Va. 1959-60 (9-14, 2-12) Head Coach: Archie Oldham at C.C.N.Y. W, 65-54 Baltimore W, 69-62 Colgate W, 93-67 at Cornell L, 70-74 at Fordham L, 68-90 Maine-a L, 66-74 Bates-a W, 81-69 St. Michael’s-a W, 76-61 Harvard W, 67-50 Dartmouth L, 78-84 Rutgers W, 82-79 Cornell L, 72-76 Army W, 87-66 at Dartmouth L, 77-86 at Harvard L, 69-73 Pennsylvania L, 53-69 Princeton L, 72-84 at Brown L, 52-59 at Yale W, 96-92 Yale L, 72-85 Brown L, 62-63 at Princeton L, 69-90 at Pennsylvania L, 52-61 a - Downeast Tournament, Bangor, Maine 1960-61 (8-15, 4-10) Head Coach: Ken Hunter C.C.N.Y. Baltimore at Rutgers at Cornell Massachusetts-a Albright-a American Intl.-a Princeton at Pennsylvania at Harvard Dartmouth Colgate at Army Fordham Cornell Harvard Dartmouth at Princeton Pennsylvania Yale Brown at Brown at Yale a - Springfield Invitational

W, 53-42 W, 82-71 L, 62-75 L, 48-49 L, 57-64 L, 53-86 W, 76-53 L, 66-76 W, 65-54 L, 61-67 W, 74-57 L, 57-67 L, 40-48 W, 51-47 L, 57-69 W, 70-68 L, 54-65 L, 69-99 L, 50-54 W, 59-55 L, 55-68 L, 62-66 L, 60-68

1961-62 (3-21, 1-13) Head Coach: Jack Rohan at C.C.N.Y. Colgate at Williams Rutgers Cornell at Fordham Lafayette Bowdoin-a Maine-a Rochester-a Harvard Dartmouth Pittsburgh at Cornell at Dartmouth at Harvard Pennsylvania Princeton

L, 60-83 L, 73-75 L, 42-64 L, 59-81 L, 58-71 L, 59-67 L, 54-69 W, 57-53 W, 73-57 L, 65-82 L, 67-75 W, 62-50 L, 66-77 L, 62-74 L, 54-65 L, 73-96 L, 54-83 L, 52-84

at Brown L, 57-84 at Yale L, 47-66 Brown L, 59-87 Yale L, 60-65 at Princeton L, 47-84 at Pennsylvania L, 47-73 a - Downeast Classic, Bangor, Maine 1962-63 (10-12, 4-9) Head Coach: Jack Rohan C.C.N.Y. Colgate Williams at Rutgers at Lafayette Fordham at Cornell Richmond-a Lehigh-a Lehigh Harvard at Dartmouth Princeton Pennsylvania Dartmouth Harvard at Brown at Yale Yale Brown at Pennsylvania at Princeton a - Richmond Invitational

W, 67-42 W, 78-67 W, 67-63 L, 68-88 W, 54-48 L, 50-81 L, 70-80 L, 71-73 W, 65-51 W, 74-66 W, 51-44 W, 55-51 L, 63-86 L, 66-86 L, 55-58 L, 50-71 L, 72-87 L, 44-75 L, 71-83 W, 76-63 W, 70-66 L, 55-64

1963-64 (11-12, 6-8) Head Coach: Jack Rohan at C.C.N.Y. W, 89-84 at Colgate W, 88-76 at Williams W, 56-52 Rutgers W, 74-73 at Fordham L, 66-68 Lafayette W, 75-68 Cornell L, 64-76 Evansville-a L, 60-96 Maryland-a L, 76-82 at Dartmouth W, 80-76 at Harvard L, 71-85 Pennsylvania L, 58-67 Princeton W, 69-66 at Lehigh L, 53-56 Brown W, 62-53 Yale L, 57-73 at Yale L, 63-76 at Brown W, 70-66 Dartmouth W, 82-67 Harvard W, 69-59 at Princeton L, 59-78 at Pennsylvania L, 56-67 at Cornell L, 82-85 a - Evansville Inv. Tournament 1964-65 (7-15, 5-9) Head Coach: Jack Rohan at Lafayette C.C.N.Y. Lehigh Fordham at Rutgers at Cornell Georgetown at Duquesne at Harvard at Dartmouth Princeton Pennsylvania Harvard Dartmouth Colgate at Brown at Yale Cornell Yale Brown at Princeton at Pennsylvania

L, 86-90 W, 86-82 W, 80-66 L, 80-85 L, 89-101 L, 73-79 L, 85-97 L, 65-102 L, 80-93 W, 85-77 L, 68-78 L, 62-73 W, 86-77 W, 108-87 L, 62-67 W, 66-59 L, 71-72 L, 80-89 L, 82-96 W, 74-72 L, 60-93 L, 58-71

1965-66 (18-6, 10-4) Head Coach: Jack Rohan

Lafayette W, 109-93 C.C.N.Y. W, 63-57 at Lehigh W, 102-59 Cornell W, 69-68 Rutgers W, 108-76 at Georgetown L, 79-97 Auburn-a L, 75-76 V.M.I.-a W, 80-73 Pittsburgh-b W, 65-59 Brown-b W, 83-63 at Dartmouth W, 77-72 at Harvard W, 75-73 at Fordham W, 67-66 Brown W, 84-50 Yale L, 69-88 at Yale W, 102-90 at Brown W, 79-56 Dartmouth W, 85-60 Harvard W, 99-85 at Pennsylvania L, 58-67 at Princeton W, 62-59 Pennsylvania L, 68-83 Princeton W, 67-62 Cornell L, 73-84 a - Tampa Invitational b - Kodak Classic, Rochester, N.Y. 1966-67 (11-14, 6-8) Head Coach: Jack Rohan 12/1 C.C.N.Y. L, 48-50 12/5 Lehigh W, 65-50 12/9 Pittsburgh-a W, 69-57 12/10 Indiana State-a W, 63-59 12/13 at Rutgers L, 62-69 12/19 North Carolina-b L, 66-98 10/20 The Citadel-b L, 71-74 (OT) 12/28 Virginia-c L, 88-112 12/30 George Washington-c W, 79-74 (2 OT) 1/6 Harvard W, 80-71 1/7 Dartmouth W, 78-53 1/10 at Yale L, 47-59 1/12 Fordham L, 52-56 1/14 at Brown W, 83-73 1/21 at Cornell L, 40-74 2/3 Brown L, 88-90 2/4 Yale L, 61-71 2/10 at Harvard L, 73-82 2/11 at Dartmouth W, 49-47 2/17 Princeton L, 41-55 2/18 Pennsylvania W, 68-60 2/24 at Princeton L, 45-97 2/25 at Pennsylvania L, 72-93 3/1 Georgetown W, 82-71 3/4 Cornell W, 57-51 a - Steel Bowl, Pittsburgh, Pa. b - Tampa Invitational c - UConn Classic, Storrs, Conn. 1967-68 (23-5, 13-2) Ivy League Champions Head Coach: Jack Rohan at Lehigh C.C.N.Y. N.Y.U. Rutgers at Cornell at Georgetown at Fordham West Virginia-a Louisville-a St. John’s-a Yale Brown Colgate Cornell Pennsylvania Princeton at Dartmouth at Harvard Dartmouth Harvard at Brown at Yale at Pennsylvania at Princeton Princeton-b La Salle-c Davidson-d

W, 78-57 W, 79-46 W, 80-64 W, 95-64 L, 57-74 L, 63-65 L, 66-71 W, 98-71 W, 74-67 W, 60-55 W, 100-72 W, 71-47 W, 94-68 W, 93-51 W, 68-47 W, 69-60 W, 76-70 W, 103-70 W, 86-58 W, 115-56 W, 73-45 W, 67-61 W, 59-43 L, 57-68 W, 92-74 W, 83-69 L, 59-61

St. Bonaventure-d W, 95-75 a - Holiday Festival at Madison Square Garden b - Ivy League playoff at St. John’s c - NCAA East Regional, Md. d - NCAA East Regional, Raleigh, N.C. 1968-69 (20-4, 11-3) Head Coach: Jack Rohan C.C.N.Y. W, 95-37 N.Y.U.-a W, 69-68 at Rutgers W, 74-57 at Cornell W, 78-67 Lehigh W, 85-47 Fordham W, 82-73 Stanford-b W, 69-66 Purdue-b W, 74-70 Santa Clara-b L, 58-64 Cornell W, 79-52 at Yale W, 71-49 at Brown W, 54-52 Georgetown W, 103-62 Niagara W, 107-84 Brown W, 79-46 Yale W, 69-48 at Princeton L, 49-68 at Pennsylvania L, 81-91 Harvard W, 81-75 Dartmouth W, 94-61 at Harvard W, 92-74 at Dartmouth W, 74-41 Princeton L, 59-60 Pennsylvania W, 69-56 a - at Madison Square Garden b - Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii 1969-70 (20-5, 11-3) Head Coach: Jack Rohan C.C.N.Y. W, 89-46 Northwestern-a W, 83-68 N.Y.U.-b W, 71-59 Rutgers W, 61-42 Holy Cross-b W, 92-68 at Cornell W, 75-57 at Fordham W, 80-69 Penn State W, 76-58 Wake Forest-c W, 101-78 Villanova-c W, 76-64 La Salle-c L, 74-89 Cornell W, 84-63 Yale W, 81-80 Brown W, 88-54 at Georgetown L, 68-72 Princeton W, 76-52 Pennsylvania L, 52-57 at Brown W, 43-26 at Yale W, 96-69 at Dartmouth W, 72-58 at Harvard W, 73-72 Dartmouth W, 107-74 Harvard W, 96-69 at Pennsylvania L, 57-71 at Princeton L, 55-61 a - at Chicago Stadium b - at Madison Square Garden c - Quaker City Tournament, Philadelphia, Pa. 1970-71 (15-9, 9-5) Head Coach: Jack Rohan C.C.N.Y. N.Y.U.-a at Rutgers at Penn State Fordham at Cornell Memphis State-b Idaho State-b at San Jose State at Stanford at Yale at Brown Georgetown Cornell at Princeton at Pennsylvania Harvard

W, 81-55 W, 80-65 L, 61-74 W, 71-63 L, 67-83 W, 67-58 L, 62-93 W, 73-66 W, 71-68 L, 76-85 W, 73-58 W, 79-74 W, 80-68 W, 56-48 W, 53-50 L, 79-92 L, 71-73

Dartmouth W, 84-83 Brown W, 68-65 Yale W, 92-71 at Harvard L, 66-85 at Dartmouth L, 73-78 Princeton W, 71-62 Pennsylvania L, 58-70 a - at Madison Square Garden b - Cal. Winter Classic, Santa Barbara 1971-72 (4-20, 3-11) Head Coach: Jack Rohan C.C.N.Y. L, 49-50 Penn State L, 50-73 West Virginia-a L, 53-106 Rutgers-a L, 54-65 Fordham L, 70-88 Rutgers-b W, 76-73 at Connecticut L, 62-68 Florida-c L, 47-87 North Carolina State-c L, 48-76 at Brown L, 72-77 at Yale L, 61-71 Lafayette L, 64-100 at Cornell W, 87-74 Cornell L, 58-71 Yale W, 85-69 Brown L, 72-78 Pennsylvania L, 59-69 Princeton L, 57-80 at Dartmouth W, 87-86 at Harvard L, 100-102 at Princeton L, 72-75 at Pennsylvania L, 62-79 Harvard L, 84-86 Dartmouth L, 73-107 a - Mountaineer Classic, Morgantown, W.Va. b - at Madison Square Garden c - Gator Bowl Tourney, Jacksonville, Fla. 1972-73 (7-18, 5-9) Head Coach: Jack Rohan C.C.N.Y. W, 68-54 Vanderbilt-a L, 61-70 Kent State-a L, 53-64 Fordham-b L, 66-84 Connecticut L, 62-71 Oregon-c L, 56-81 Washington-c L, 41-63 Texas Christian-c W, 74-61 at Yale L, 64-76 at Brown L, 68-86 Penn State L, 52-61 Cornell W, 68-59 at Cornell W, 66-62 Lafayette L, 64-77 Rutgers-b L, 73-83 Dartmouth W, 84-57 Harvard L, 59-64 at Pennsylvania L, 59-74 at Princeton L, 54-82 Princeton L, 50-51 Pennsylvania L, 52-59 at Harvard W, 86-68 at Dartmouth L, 74-76 Brown L, 62-71 Yale W, 73-71 a - Vanderbilt Classic, Nashville, Tenn. b - at Madison Square Garden c - Far West Classic, Portland, Ore. 1973-74 (5-20, 4-10) Head Coach: Jack Rohan C.C.N.Y. Iona Fordham-a Jacksonville-b Alabama-b New Mexico-c Bradley-c Yale Brown at Cornell at Colgate Connecticut Cornell

W, 49-38 L, 51-55 L, 51-75 L, 50-58 L, 43-70 L, 56-109 L, 54-77 L, 54-59 L, 62-81 L, 63-64 L, 63-76 L, 56-63 W, 66-59

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2013-14 FACT BOOK Year-By-Year Results Lafayette L, 52-59 Rutgers L, 63-85 at Princeton L, 47-90 at Pennsylvania L, 36-73 Harvard L, 51-58 Dartmouth W, 53-51 at Brown L, 56-71 at Yale W, 69-65 at Dartmouth W, 66-59 at Harvard L, 57-64 Pennsylvania L, 65-90 Princeton L, 43-70 a-at Madison Square Garden b-Connecticut Classic, New Haven, Conn. c-Lobo Invitational, Albuquerque, N.M. 1974-75 (4-22, 2-12) Head Coach: Tom Penders at C.C.N.Y. L, 79-90 at Rutgers L, 85-114 Vermont L, 78-82 Tennessee-a L, 73-108 Duquesne-a L, 63-88 Old Dominion-b L, 67-80 Arizona-b L, 73-94 at William & Mary L, 63-75 at Kings Point W, 89-71 at Brown L, 73-79 at Yale L, 69-78 Cornell W, 84-81 aLafayette L, 72-90 at Cornell L, 60-90 at Colgate W, 63-56 Fordham L, 58-67 Dartmouth L, 77-78 Harvard L, 77-80 at Pennsylvania L, 69-113 at Princeton L, 67-86 Yale W, 78-74 Brown L, 77-91 Princeton L, 60-78 Pennsylvania L, 69-72 at Harvard L, 72-111 at Dartmouth L, 77-93 a-Big Sun Invitational, St. Petersburg, Fla. b-Old Dominion Classic, Norfolk, Va. 1975-76 (8-17, 6-8) Head Coach: Tom Penders C.C.N.Y. W, 83-77 Iona L, 73-75 Kings Point W, 96-69 Indiana-a L, 63-106 St. Bonaventure-a L, 73-84 Connecticut-b L, 69-98 Stetson-b L, 84-93 Rutgers L, 65-94 Cornell W, 55-53 at Lafayette L, 72-95 at Cornell W, 89-88 at Colgate L, 57-61 at Fordham L, 57-65 at Yale W, 70-57 at Brown L, 68-69 at Princeton L, 53-69 at Pennsylvania L, 70-94 Harvard W, 75-67 Dartmouth W, 84-69 Brown L, 70-72 Yale W, 76-75 at Dartmouth L, 57-61 at Harvard L, 83-92 Pennsylvania L, 84-97 Princeton L, 44-46 a - ECAC Holiday Festival, Madison Square Garden b - UConn Classic, Storrs, Conn. 1976-77 (16-10, 8-6) Head Coach: Tom Penders C.C.N.Y. at Rutgers at Iona Connecticut Marshall-a Georgia Tech-a

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W, 100-75 W, 85-75 L, 69-84 W, 72-71 L, 78-79 L, 79-80

Manhattan W, 90-62 The Citadel-b W, 89-87 Furman-b W, 93-79 at Wagner W, 118-90 Cornell W, 80-52 Lafayette L, 74-91 at Cornell W, 74-72 Fordham W, 92-77 Yale W, 71-44 Brown W, 103-91 Dartmouth W, 84-61 Harvard W, 92-74 at Pennsylvania L, 85-86 at Princeton L, 64-85 at Brown L, 85-91 at Yale W, 48-42 Princeton L, 49-66 Pennsylvania L, 56-61 at Harvard L, 71-73 at Dartmouth W, 93-57 a - Marshall Invitl., Huntington, W.V. b - Poinsettia Classic, Greenville, S.C. 1977-78 (15-11, 11-3) Head Coach: Tom Penders at C.C.N.Y. W, 95-65 at Lafayette W, 56-55 (ot) Rutgers-a L, 48-62 Manhattan L, 80-91 (ot) at St. John’s L, 56-67 at Santa Clara L, 65-72 at Pacific L, 58-75 at San Francisco State L, 69-71 at Oral Roberts L, 60-66 at St. Louis L, 66-78 (ot) Cornell W, 74-56 at Cornell W, 66-61 at Fordham W, 67-64 at Yale W, 55-51 at Brown L, 62-64 at Princeton W, 38-36 at Pennsylvania L, 58-81 Dartmouth W, 62-58 Harvard W, 71-62 Seton Hall W, 82-78 (ot) Brown W, 75-70 Yale W, 88-71 at Dartmouth W, 64-47 at Harvard W, 88-64 Pennsylvania W, 88-84 Princeton L, 44-59 a - at Madison Square Garden 1978-79 (17-9, 10-4) Head Coach: Arthur "Buddy" Mahar C.C.N.Y. W, 82-64 at Rutgers L, 63-70 Wagner-a W, 87-64 at Manhattan W, 84-76 at Seton Hall L, 72-84 St. John’s W, 90-77 at Central Florida L, 74-76 at South Florida W, 71-65 at Stetson W, 81-78 at Florida Southern W, 68-60 at Cornell W, 78-70 Lafayette L, 56-60 Cornell W, 82-62 at Brown L, 59-67 at Yale L, 62-67 Fordham L, 75-76 Dartmouth W, 45-40 Harvard W, 90-74 at Pennsylvania L, 54-64 at Princeton L, 49-50 Yale W, 64-62 Brown W, 73-54 Princeton W, 64-52 Pennsylvania W, 74-72 at Harvard W, 96-82 at Dartmouth W, 68-57 a - at Madison Square Garden 1979-80 (10-16, 5-9) Head Coach: Arthur "Buddy" Mahar Brooklyn Adelphi

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at Manhattan W, 71-56 at South Carolina L, 60-70 St. John’s L, 75-91 Marshall-a L, 78-88 Xavier-a L, 59-74 Loyola (Md.) W, 70-53 Harvard W, 85-63 Dartmouth W, 53-48 at Lafayette W, 64-61 Cornell W, 60-59 Rutgers L, 49-65 Seton Hall L, 58-66 at Cornell W, 58-57 at Fordham L, 57-65 at Princeton L, 50-77 at Pennsylvania L, 57-62 Brown L, 71-72 Yale L, 88-94 at Dartmouth L, 54-63 at Harvard L, 71-81 at Yale L, 81-84 at Brown L, 48-55 Pennsylvania W, 55-51 Princeton L, 47-57 a - West Virginia Tournament 1980-81 (9-17, 5-9) Head Coach: Arthur "Buddy" Mahar at Syracuse L, 81-108 Brooklyn W, 84-67 Rutgers-a L, 63-78 Vermont-a L, 61-63 St. John’s L, 42-58 Toledo-b L, 54-60 Auburn-b L, 55-63 Old Dominion-c L, 58-92 New Hampshire-c W, 59-47 at Cornell L, 64-75 at Seton Hall W, 63-61 Cornell W, 46-45 Fordham L, 53-61 at Harvard L, 58-61 at Dartmouth W, 71-57 Pennsylvania L, 51-67 Princeton L, 35-40 at Yale L, 65-76 a - Jersey Classic, New Brunswick, N.J. b - Blade-Glass City Classic, Toledo, Ohio c - Kiwanis-Old Dominion Classic, Norfolk, Va. 1981-82 (16-10, 9-5) Head Coach: Arthur "Buddy" Mahar Brooklyn W, 70-52 Union W, 46-40 Lafayette-a L, 60-66 Loyola (Md.)-a W, 40-39 Northeastern-b L, 62-72 Delaware-b W, 54-46 Georgetown-c L, 26-38 Utah-c W, 64-52 at St. John’s L, 51-58 at Fordham L, 43-57 at Dartmouth W, 54-50 at Harvard L, 69-73 at Cornell L, 43-45 Seton Hall W, 74-73 Cornell W, 72-60 at Pennsylvania L, 47-52 at Princeton W, 33-31 Yale W, 67-55 Brown W, 79-56 at Manhattan W, 49-40 Dartmouth W, 56-45 Harvard W, 55-50 at Brown W, 67-65 at Yale W, 64-57 Princeton L, 53-58 Pennsylvania L, 43-45 a - Spider Classic, Richmond, Va. b - Manufacturer’s Hanover Classic, New Rochelle, N.Y. c - Rochester Classic, Rochester, N.Y. 1982-83 (10-16, 7-7) Head Coach: Arthur "Buddy" Mahar Youngstown State-a

L, 51-55

Utica-a W, 57-43 St. John’s L, 45-72 Fordham L, 56-57 at Holy Cross W, 59-57 Georgia-b L, 53-86 Boston College-b L, 53-57 at South Florida L, 54-70 Florida Southern-c L, 63-70 George Washington-c L, 60-65 Dartmouth W, 48-46 Harvard W, 60-44 Cornell W, 52-42 Manhattan W, 73-58 at Cornell L, 55-57 at Seton Hall L, 69-71 Princeton L, 49-50 Pennsylvania L, 55-61 at Brown W, 63-59 at Yale L, 70-95 at Harvard L, 62-66 at Dartmouth W, 74-73 Yale W, 91-80 Brown W, 86-74 at Pennsylvania L, 80-87 at Princeton L, 56-72 a - Utica Classic, Utica, N.Y. b - Cotton States Ins. Classic, Atlanta, Ga. c - Juice Bowl, Lakeland, Fla. 1983-84 (8-18, 5-9) Head Coach: Arthur "Buddy" Mahar Merchant Marine W, 79-74 at St. John’s L, 58-78 at Fordham L, 65-78 Southern Illinois-a L, 65-68 Alcorn State-a L, 61-80 Connecticut-b L, 60-85 Penn State-b L, 83-84 Manhattan L, 77-83 N.Y.U. W, 71-55 at Delaware L, 63-68 Cornell W, 43-40 Lehigh W, 76-55 at Yale L, 60-61 at Brown L, 63-80 at Cornell L, 48-49 Seton Hall L, 53-61 Harvard L, 71-79 Dartmouth W, 48-45 at Princeton L, 28-34 at Pennsylvania L, 58-63 Brown L, 63-70 Yale W, 77-76 Pennsylvania W, 72-70 Princeton L, 51-75 at Dartmouth W, 77-74 at Harvard L, 77-88 a - Busch Shootout, Carbondale, Ill. b- Conn. Mutual Classic, Hartford, Conn. 1984-85 (13-13, 9-5) Head Coach: Wayne Szoke Merchant Marine New Mexico-a Jacksonville-a Illinois-b American-b Vanderbilt-c Massachusetts-c Delaware Fordham at Lehigh at Cornell Manhattan Cornell Yale Brown at Pennsylvania at Princeton St. John’s Dartmouth Harvard at Brown at Yale at Harvard at Dartmouth Princeton

W, 66-59 L, 44-57 L, 61-81 L, 48-72 L, 56-70 L, 59-73 W, 52-40 L, 62-65 L, 72-73 W, 52-47 W, 64-57 W, 72-59 L, 51-56 W, 77-67 W, 57-52 L, 51-71 L, 58-63 L, 49-68 W, 67-63 L, 56-59 W, 58-56 L, 52-55 W, 62-58 W, 83-66 W, 54-40

Pennsylvania W, 70-65 a - Tribune Tip-Off Classic, Albuquerque, N.M. b - Illini Classic, Champaign, Ill. 1985-86 (12-14, 6-8) Head Coach: Wayne Szoke R.P.I. W, 77-40 at Seton Hall W, 58-54 at N.Y.U. W, 66-56 St. John’s-a L, 58-80 Hofstra-a W, 81-60 Lafayette W, 70-59 at Rutgers L, 60-72 at Fordham L, 43-44 Dayton-b L, 46-57 Drake-b L, 56-58 Lehigh L, 84-90 at Manhattan W, 69-35 at Cornell L, 52-54 Brown L, 61-67 Yale L, 70-71 Cornell W, 62-53 Pennsylvania W, 59-54 Princeton W, 61-52 at Dartmouth L, 64-68 at Harvard W, 60-49 at Yale L, 66-70 at Brown L, 95-97 Harvard W, 73-54 Dartmouth W, 69-61 at Princeton L, 66-69 at Pennsylvania L, 76-91 a - Joe Lapchik Memorial Tourn., Jamaica, N.Y. b - Merrill Lynch Classic, Dayton, Ohio c - Music City Classic, Nashville, Tenn. 1986-87 (12-14, 6-8) Head Coach: Wayne Szoke Seton Hall L, 73-86 Manhattan W, 79-73 Stanford-a L, 66-76 Hawaii Pacific-a W, 89-62 at Lafayette W, 68-65 Merchant Marine W, 97-79 at Delaware L, 71-83 Marquette-b L, 68-79 Pepperdine-b L, 67-91 at Lehigh W, 90-78 Cornell W, 57-47 at Brown L, 81-82 at Yale L, 66-76 Fordham L, 77-79 at Cornell L, 60-73 at Harvard W, 88-81 at Dartmouth L, 65-81 Princeton L, 54-64 Pennsylvania L, 73-79 Yale W, 81-72 Brown W, 91-78 N.Y.U. W, 78-64 at Pennsylvania L, 73-94 at Princeton L, 58-63 Dartmouth W, 89-74 Harvard W, 77-73 a - Apple Invitl., Palo Alto, Calif. b - First Bank Milwaukee Classic, Wis. 1987-88 (6-20, 2-12) Head Coach: Wally Halas Virginia-a The Citadel-a Manhattan at Lafayette at Delaware Wyoming-b Detroit-b Nebraska at Lehigh Merchant Marine at Harvard at Dartmouth Cornell Fordham at Cornell at Pennsylvania

L, 58-83 L, 56-70 L, 80-84 W, 64-63 L, 53-63 L, 56-92 W, 80-65 L, 62-82 L, 65-77 W, 98-79 L, 57-64 L, 73-85 L, 60-73 L, 58-70 L, 46-68 L, 51-56

2013-14 FACT BOOK Year-By-Year Records at Princeton L, 47-69 Yale L, 56-59 Brown W, 87-84 Dartmouth L, 74-79 Harvard L, 65-66 N.Y.U.-c W, 70-56 at Brown W, 85-80 at Yale L, 67-78 Princeton L, 52-73 Pennsylvania L, 55-82 a - Investors Clssc., Charlottesville, Va. b - Cowboy Shootout, Casper, Wyo. c - at Madison Square Garden 1988-89 (8-18, 4-10) Head Coach: Wally Halas 1 1/26 at No. Carolina St. L, 54-110 11/29 at Manhattan W, 73-53 12/3 at Hofstra L, 74-78 12/6 Lafayette L, 50-73 12/9 St. Francis (Pa.)-a L, 61-75 12/10 Rider-a W, 64-61 12/13 at N.Y.U. W, 72-70 12/28 Hartford-b L, 62-70 1/5 at N.C.-Charlotte L, 42-75 1/7 at Pratt W, 105-51 1/10 at Fordham L, 71-97 1/13 Harvard L, 64-83 1/14 Dartmouth L, 30-54 1/21 at Cornell W, 60-55 1/28 Lehigh L, 81-93 1/21 Cornell L, 54-61 2/3 Brown W, 71-70 (2ot) 2/4 Yale L, 66-82 2/10 at Princeton L, 54-71 2/11 at Pennsylvania W, 76-59 2/17 at Dartmouth L, 66-88 2/18 at Harvard L, 76-8 (2ot) 2/24 Pennsylvania L, 61-68 2/25 Princeton L, 62-78 3/3 at Yale L, 85-92 (ot) 3/4 at Brown W, 92-85 a - Manufacturer’s Hanover Classic, New Rochelle, N.Y. b - at U.N.L.V. 1989-90 (4-22, 2-12) Head Coach: Wally Halas 1/25 St. Francis (N.Y.) 1 L, 75-78 11/28 at Manhattan L, 67-85 12/1 Austin Peay-a L, 62-95 12/2 Portland-a W, 78-67 12/5 Lafayette L, 73-81 12/8 Howard-b W, 69-68 12/9 Marist-b L, 62-82 12/27 at Cal-Berkeley L, 61-98 12/30 at San Diego L, 58-85 1/6 at Hofstra L, 71-80 1/9 at Fordham L, 59-82 1/12 at Dartmouth L, 73-75 1/13 at Harvard L, 74-87 1/20 at Cornell L, 68-71 1/23 Lehigh L, 71-76 1/27 Cornell W, 72-66 2/2 Princeton L, 39-67 2/3 Pennsylvania L, 72-78 2/9 at Brown L, 59-70 2/10 at Yale L, 44-55 2/16 Harvard L, 72-77 2/17 Dartmouth L, 68-72 2/23 Yale L, 65-77 2/24 Brown L, 76-82 3/2 at Pennsylvania W, 74-69 3/3 at Princeton L, 46-73 a - Acme Boot Shootout, Clarksville, Tenn. b - Pepsi-Marist Classic, Poughkeepsie,N.Y. 1990-91 (7-19, 5-9) Head Coach: Jack Rohan 11/24 11/27 11/30 12/1 12/4 12/8 12/11 12/28

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W, 96-58 L, 64-80 L, 69-72 L, 69-71 W, 88-82 L, 63-76 L, 72-83 L, 45-79

2/30 at Tulane 1 L, 66-85 1/2 at New Orleans L, 53-83 1/8 Hofstra L, 64-83 1/11 Dartmouth W, 77-75 (ot) 1/12 Harvard L, 76-77 1/19 Cornell W, 65-55 1/22 at Lehigh L, 70-96 1/26 at Cornell L, 65-74 2/1 at Yale W, 58-53 2/2 at Brown L, 57-76 2/8 Pennsylvania W, 68-67 2/9 Princeton L, 47-65 2/15 at Harvard W, 92-77 2/16 at Dartmouth L, 61-67 2/22 at Princeton L, 33-56 2/23 at Pennsylvania L, 61-65 3/1 Brown L, 61-67 3/2 Yale L, 58-71 a - Hawks Unlimited Tournament, Hartford, Conn. 1991-92 (10-16, 8-6) Head Coach: Jack Rohan 1/26 at Manhattan 1 L, 81-94 11/30 at Northwestern L, 60-78 12/6 Marquette-a L, 63-71 12/7 St. Francis-a L, 59-62 W, 82-76 12/30 at San Francisco St. 1/2 at Cal-Berkeley L, 64-92 1/4 at San Francisco L, 74-85 1/8 Hofstra L, 66-80 1/13 at Fordham L, 54-60 1/15 Rider L, 73-77 1/18 Cornell W, 78-74 1/20 Lehigh W, 90-84 1/25 at Cornell W, 85-70 1/31 at Yale L, 75-79 (ot) 2/1 at Brown L, 60-65 2/7 at Princeton L, 55-71 2/8 at Pennsylvania L, 76-81 2/14 Harvard W, 94-76 2/15 Dartmouth W, 74-53 2/18 at Lafayette L, 69-75 2/21 Brown W, 81-69 2/22 Yale W, 64-60 2/28 at Dartmouth W, 76-59 2/29 at Harvard L, 67-70 3/6 Pennsylvania W, 71-66 3/7 Princeton L, 51-65 a - First Bank Classic, Milwaukee, Wis. 1992-93 (16-10, 10-4) Head Coach: Jack Rohan 12/1 Iona-a L, 68-80 2/2 St. Francis-a 1 W, 104-67 12/5 Boston U.-b W, 83-80 12/9 Pratt W, 98-37 12/11 G. Washington-c L, 70-80 12/12 St. Francis (NY)-c W, 58-50 12/28 Lafayette L, 72-77 12/30 at Villanova L, 63-75 1/4 Manhattan W, 84-80 1/7 at Hofstra L, 60-68 1/11 at Lehigh L, 79-80 1/16 at Cornell W, 74-64 1/23 Cornell W, 75-61 1/25 Fordham W, 65-51 1/29 Yale W, 58-45 1/30 Brown W, 86-53 2/5 Dartmouth L, 63-72 2/6 Harvard W, 101-70 2/12 at Pennsylvania L, 63-84 2/13 at Princeton W, 71-69 2/19 at Brown W, 72-69 2/20 at Yale W, 47-46 2/26 Princeton W, 65-57 2/27 Pennsylvania L, 67-74 3/5 at Harvard L, 75-82 3/6 at Dartmouth W, 68-66 a - Joe Lapchick Tourn., Jamaica, N.Y. b - ECAC Challenge, Worcester, Mass. c - Red Auerbach Classic, Washington, D.C. 1993-94 (6-20, 4-10) Head Coach: Jack Rohan 11/27 Haverford 11/30 at St. John’s

W, 85-70 L, 49-79

12/3 East Carolina-a L, 51-78 2/4 Central Conn.-a 1 W, 81-68 12/7 at Lafayette L, 53-70 12/11 at Penn State L, 43-76 12/29 Murray State-b L, 66-82 12/30 Delaware-b L, 52-72 1/5 at Manhattan L, 45-92 1/10 Lehigh L, 67-78 (ot) 1/15 Cornell W, 53-49 1/17 at Fordham L, 60-66 1/22 at Cornell W, 67-58 1/25 at Hofstra L, 62-72 1/28 Brown W, 67-46 1/29 Yale W, 77-58 2/4 at Pennsylvania L, 55-67 2/5 at Princeton L, 46-78 2/11 Dartmouth L, 65-80 2/12 Harvard L, 75-76 2/18 at Yale L, 51-73 2/19 at Brown L, 52-61 2/25 at Harvard L, 68-70 2/26 at Dartmouth L, 52-64 3/6 Princeton L, 44-64 3/7 Pennsylvania L, 69-89 a - Mt. St. Mary’s, Emmitsburg, Md. b - Toledo MVP Holiday Classic, Toledo, Ohio 1994-95 (5-21†, 1-13) Head Coach: Jack Rohan 11/25 Marist-a L, 57-68 11/26 Bucknell-a W, 63-58 12/1 at Lehigh L, 75-85 12/5 Lafayette L, 75-78 12/8 Army W, 77-76 12/13 at Seton Hall L, 56-103 12/28 California-b W, 43-79† 12/29 Texas Christian-b L, 64-66 L, 68-77 12/31 at Sacramento St. 1/7 Stevens Tech W, 77-50 1/10 at Notre Dame L, 56-75 1/14 at Cornell L, 76-82 1/21 Cornell L, 59-68 1/23 Fordham L, 57-85 1/27 at Brown L, 59-63 1/28 at Yale L, 55-68 2/3 Harvard L, 56-58 2/4 Dartmouth L, 57-77 2/10 at Princeton L, 48-76 2/11 at Pennsylvania L, 55-90 2/17 Yale W, 79-69 2/18 Brown L, 56-64 2/24 Pennsylvania L, 48-88 2/25 Princeton L, 47-57 3/3 at Dartmouth L, 67-69 3/4 at Harvard L, 61-93 a - Pepsi-Marist Classic, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. b - Otis Spunkmeyer Classic, Berkeley, Calif. † - Includes forfeit victory 1995-96 (7-19, 3-11) Head Coach: Armond Hill 11/25 Ursinus W, 77-35 11/28 at Fordham W, 60-48 12/1 at Marquette-a L, 45-72 12/2 Texas A&M-a L, 39-65 12/5 at Army W, 73-59 12/8 at Syracuse-b L, 60-83 12/9 Canisius-b L, 42-64 12/12 at Lafayette L, 51-64 12/27 at Florida Intl. L, 67-82 12/29 at Miami (Fla.) L, 62-69 1/2 at Florida Atlantic L, 58-70 1/6 Lehigh W, 76-69 1/12 at Dartmouth L, 57-59 1/13 at Harvard L, 48-72 1/20 Cornell L, 71-75 1/27 at Cornell L, 63-76 2/2 at Princeton L, 45-66 2/3 at Pennsylvania L, 50-74 2/9 Brown L, 62-74 2/10 Yale W, 74-58 2/16 Harvard L, 44-71 2/17 Dartmouth L, 54-71 2/23 at Yale W, 63-62 2/24 at Brown W, 61-55 3/1 Pennsylvania L, 62-82 3/2 Princeton L, 55-57 a - First Bank Classic, Milwaukee, Wis.

b - Carrier Classic, Syracuse, N.Y. 1996-97 (6-20, 1-13) Head Coach: Armond Hill 1/22 at New Mexico-a 1 L, 56-94 11/23 vs. Grambling-a W, 77-59 11/26 Fordham L, 62-66 11/30 at Providence L, 61-74 12/6 at Illinois-b L, 59-84 12/7 vs. Cnt. Michigan-b L, 80-84 (ot) 12/10 St. Francis (N.Y.) W, 64-58 12/30 at Cal St. Fullerton L, 81-91 1/2 at San Diego L, 57-89 1/6 at Lehigh W, 86-66 1/10 at Harvard L, 49-63 1/11 at Dartmouth L, 57-73 1/14 Ursinus W, 68-37 1/18 at Cornell L, 46-62 1/20 Army W, 77-72 1/25 Cornell L, 69-74 1/31 Pennsylvania L, 56-63 2/1 Princeton L, 53-65 2/7 at Yale W, 70-54 2/8 at Brown L, 56-63 2/14 Dartmouth L, 47-82 2/15 Harvard L, 57-81 2/21 Brown L, 57-61 2/22 Yale L, 68-71 2/28 at Princeton L, 52-67 3/1 at Pennsylvania L, 56-72 a-Lobo Invt’l, Albuquerque, N.M. b-Illini Classic, Champaign, Ill. 1997-98 (11-15, 6-8) Head Coach: Armond Hill 11/19 Lafayette L, 55-60 11/22 Holy Cross W, 76-64 11/25 at Rutgers L, 46-65 11/29 at St. Francis (N.Y.) L, 53-79 12/1 Drew W, 67-63 L, 59-68 12/5 vs. Estrn. Washington-a 12/6 vs. Troy State-a W, 57-53 12/9 at Mt. St. Mary’s L, 42-69 12/28 vs. Cntrl. Conn.-b L, 47-67 12/29 at Col. of Charleston-b L, 55-77 1/3 Lehigh W, 67-55 1/9 Harvard L, 61-66 1/10 Dartmouth W, 55-53 1/17 Cornell L, 50-53 1/19 at Army W, 71-69 1/24 at Cornell L, 53-63 1/30 at Pennsylvania L, 63-70 1/31 at Princeton L, 45-58 2/6 Yale W, 54-52 2/7 Brown L, 56-59 2/13 at Dartmouth W, 62-56 2/14 at Harvard W, 78-66 2/20 at Brown W, 54-52 2/21 at Yale W, 71-57 2/27 Princeton L, 37-51 2/28 Pennsylvania L,53-71 a-JamFest Classic, Fort Collins, Colo. b-Franklin Life Cougar Classic, Charleston, S.C. 1998-99 (10-16, 5-9) Head Coach: Armond Hill 1/15 1 11/18 11/21 11/23 11/27 11/28 12/3 12/5 12/7 12/10 12/27 1/2 1/8 1/9 1/15 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/5 2/6 2/12

at Holy Cross NJ Tech Quinnipiac at St. John’s vs. Vermont-a vs. Colgate-a at Rutgers Army Stony Brook at Lafayette at UNLV at Lehigh Dartmouth Harvard at Cornell Cornell Princeton Pennsylvania at Brown at Yale at Harvard

W, 56-53 W, 69-58 L, 52-54 L, 55-71 L, 66-67 L, 64-75 L, 49-84 W, 61-50 W, 67-61 L, 61-81 L, 45-74 W, 69-49 L, 54-58 W, 72-62 L, 47-63 W, 76-65 L, 40-46 L, 51-67 W, 67-63 L, 48-60 L, 63-68

2/13 at Dartmouth L, 61-66 /19 Yale 2 W, 56-53 2/20 Brown W, 71-69 2/26 at Pennsylvania L, 48-87 2/27 at Princeton L, 52-88 a - Pepsi-Marist Classic, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 1999-2000 (13-14, 7-7) Head Coach: Armond Hill 11/20 Lafayette L, 52-59 11/23 at Duke L, 52-99 11/27 Stevens Tech W, 77-41 11/29 at Quinnipiac L, 38-49 12/3 vs. Monmouth-a W, 61-45 12/4 vs. Wstrn. Carolina-a L, 81-83 12/8 at Stony Brook L, 50-63 12/11 Lehigh W, 67-65 12/13 at Seton Hall L, 58-60 12/29 vs. Davidson - b L, 47-50 12/30 vs. New Hampshire-b W, 72-57 1/5 Wagner W, 62-56 1/9 at Army W, 46-45 1/14 Cornell W, 75-58 1/22 at Cornell W, 69-66(ot) 1/28 Pennsylvania L, 37-63 1/29 Princeton L, 46-53 2/4 at Dartmouth L, 46-52 2/5 at Harvard W, 71-65 2/11 Brown W, 68-59 2/12 Yale L, 59-65 2/18 at Princeton L, 52-81 2/19 at Pennsylvania L, 58-81 2/25 at Yale W, 72-67 2/26 at Brown W, 53-48 3/3 Harvard L, 59-61 3/4 Dartmouth W, 70-63 a - Ameritas Clssc., Lincoln, Neb. b- Stanford Invit., Stanford, Calif. 2000-01 (12-15, 7-7) Head Coach: Armond Hill 1/17 vs. Catholic-a 1 W, 63-58 11/18 at Cntrl. Conn.-a L, 40-62 11/21 at Miami L, 41-65 11/25 Mt. St. Mary’s W, 56-44 11/29 at Lafayette L, 50-60 12/2 at Villanova L, 64-80 12/6 Army L, 51-62 12/9 Stony Brook L, 63-67 (ot) 12/11 at Lehigh W, 45-42 12/28 at Syracuse L, 47-61 1/3 at Wagner L, 62-83 1/7 Binghamton W, 62-37 1/12 at Pennsylvania L, 44-65 1/13 at Princeton L, 36-53 1/20 at Cornell L, 35-41 1/22 Albany W, 78-66 1/27 Cornell W, 42-38 2/2 Dartmouth W, 71-57 2/3 Harvard W, 65-55 2/9 at Brown L, 59-60 2/10 at Yale L, 78-80 (2ot) 2/16 Princeton W, 59-42 2/17 Pennsylvania W, 69-57 2/23 Yale W, 62-59 2/24 Brown L, 65-67 3/2 at Harvard L, 61-66 3/3 at Dartmouth W, 71-64 a - Mohegan Sun Classic, New Britain, Conn. 2001-02 (11-17, 4-10 Ivy) Head Coach: Armond Hill 11/16 11/17 11/20 11/24 11/27 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/20 12/21 12/22 12/27 12/31

vs. Northeastern-a W, 66-54 at Marist-a L, 59-69 Haverford W, 52-37 at Providence L, 54-68 Lehigh W,53-47 Lafayette W, 52-48 at Army W, 69-64 Boston U. W, 68-47 at BYU-Hawaii-b L, 65-70 vs. Valparaiso-b L, 55-71 vs. Navy-b W, 74-72(ot) at UCLA L, 55-64 at San Diego St. L, 59-75

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2013-14 FACT BOOK Year-By-Year Results 1/11 at Yale L, 54-65 1/12 at Brown L, 50-63 1/15 at Albany L, 40-41 1/19 Cornell W, 56-40 1/26 at Cornell W, 54-42 2/1 at Princeton L, 41-49 2/2 at Pennsylvania W, 54-53 2/8 Harvard L, 52-55 2/9 Dartmouth L, 51-57 2/15 Brown L, 41-52 2/16 Yale L, 56-76 2/22 at Dartmouth W, 62-58 2/23 at Harvard L, 56-59 3/1 Pennsylvania L, 47-51 3/2 Princeton L, 48-49 a - Pepsi-Marist Classic, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. b - Yahoo Sports Invitational, Laie, Hawaii 2002-03 (2-25, 0-14) Head Coach: Armond Hill 11/18 at Rutgers^ L, 36-60 11/23 at Boston U. L, 37-66 11/26 at Binghamton L, 42-70 11/29 vs. Bucknell~ L, 47-61 11/30 vs. Mt. St. Mary’s~ L, 48-57 12/4 STONY BROOK L, 56-65 12/6 ARMY W, 58-44 12/9 at Lehigh L, 51-67 12/27 at UTEP# W, 55-54 12/28 vs. UAB# L, 42-71 1/2 at Lafayette L, 52-61 1/6 SACRED HEART L, 58-59 1/9 at Massachusetts L, 47-66 1/18 at Cornell L, 38-51 1/25 CORNELL L, 53-55 1/31 YALE L, 51-65 2/1 BROWN L, 59-72 2/7 PRINCETON L, 68-51 2/8 PENN L, 40-47 2/14 at Harvard L, 63-77 2/15 at Dartmouth L, 49-63 2/21 at Brown L, 70-83 2/22 at Yale L, 59-71 2/28 DARTMOUTH L, 36-50 3/1 HARVARD L, 63-66 3/7 at Penn L, 39-63 3/8 at Princeton L, 40-44 ^ Preseason NIT ~ Red Auerbach Colonial Classic at George Washington # Sierra Providence SunClassic at UTEP in El Paso, Texas 2003-04 (10-17, 6-8) Head Coach: Joe Jones 11/21 at Army L, 57-60 11/24 vs. Manhattan L, 57-72 12/2 at Sacred Heart W, 85-79(ot) 12/6 HOFSTRA L, 55-58 12/8 LEHIGH L, 57-60 12/20 at Stony Brook W, 80-75 (ot) 12/22 at Villanova L, 66-74 12/27 at California~ L, 66-85 12/28 vs. Prairie View~ W, 72-69 12/30 at Washington L, 51-88 1/3 LAFAYETTE L, 73-82 1/6 at Fordham L, 57-61 1/11 FDU-MADISON W, 77-45 1/17 at Cornell* L, 66-90 1/24 CORNELL* L, 53-66 1/30 at Dartmouth* W, 78-42 1/31 at Harvard* W, 78-67 2/6 at Yale* L, 58-63 2/7 at Brown* L, 81-90 2/13 PENN* L, 76-91 2/14 PRINCETON* L, 71-78 (ot) 2/20 HARVARD* W, 66-57 2/21 DARTMOUTH* W, 73-58 2/27 at Princeton* L, 52-75 2/28 at Penn* L, 50-64 3/5 BROWN* W, 81-74 3/6 YALE* W, 88-79 (2ot) 2004-05 (12-15, 3-11) Head Coach: Joe Jones

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W, 82-69 W, 76-58 W, 53-49 L, 73-77 W, 75-61 W, 76-67 W, 65-57 L, 40-64 L, 74-84 W, 64-58 L, 62-65 W, 75-59 W, 70-61 W, 69-63 L, 47-77 W, 64-45 W, 57-55 L, 67-77 L, 52-54 L, 66-73 L, 53-63 L, 71-78 L, 48-50 L, 59-68 L, 72-80 L, 56-80 L, 68-81

2005-06 (11-16, 4-10) Head Coach: Joe Jones 1/17 UNH 1/19 TROY 1/22 at LIU 1/26 at Stony Brook 11/30 at Sacred Heart 12/2 ARMY 12/6 at Wagner 12/10 LAFAYETTE 12/23 at Notre Dame 12/27 vs. St. John’s 12/28 vs. St. Peter’s 1/2 LEHIGH 1/7 CCNY 1/13 at Princeton 1/14 at Penn 1/21 at Cornell 1/28 CORNELL 2/3 HARVARD 2/4 DARTMOUTH 2/10 at Yale 2/11 at Brown 2/17 PENN 2/18 PRINCETON 2/24 BROWN 2/25 YALE 3/3 at Dartmouth 3/4 at Harvard

W, 64-61 W, 73-71 W, 80-63 W, 55-54 W, 61-59 L, 66-67 L, 71-83 W, 71-67 L, 68-75 L, 38-63 L, 54-63 L, 57-65 W, 82-43 L, 64-68 (ot) L, 55-87 W, 58-57 L, 59-81 L, 59-69 L, 68-78 L, 67-74 L, 75-86 W, 59-57 W, 65-64 W, 68-56 L, 65-71 L, 62-69 L, 64-69

2006-2007 (16-12, 7-7) Head Coach: Joe Jones 11/12 at Duke^ 11/13 vs. UC Davis^ 11/17 NJIT~ 11/18 KENNESAW ST.~ 11/21 LIU 11/25 STONY BROOK 11/28 at Providence 12/2 SACRED HEART 12/5 WAGNER 12/11 at Lafayette 12/23 at St. John’s 12/30 at St. Francis (N.Y.) 1/2 at Lehigh 1/6 MARYWOOD 1/12 PRINCETON 1/13 PENN 1/20 CORNELL 1/27 at Cornell 2/2 at Harvard 2/3 at Dartmouth 2/9 YALE 2/10 BROWN 2/16 at Penn 2/17 at Princeton 2/23 at Brown 2/24 at Yale 3/2 DARTMOUTH 3/3 HARVARD

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^College Basketball Experience Classic, Durham, N.C. ~Third Annual Tyler Ugolyn Columbia Classic 2007-08 (14-15, 7-7) Head Coach: Joe Jones 11/9 FORDHAM L, 61-79 11/12 vs. Delaware St.^ W, 47-41 11/13 at Ohio State^ L, 54-68 11/18 at Albany L, 38-70 11/20 at LIU L, 60-70 11/24 at Stony Brook W, 66-46 11/30 at Sacred Heart L, 59-75 12/4 at Wagner W, 79-65 12/8 LAFAYETTE L, 64-78 12/10 ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.) W, 83-64 12/22 at Villanova L, 56-72 12/29 POLYTECHNIC W, 109-63 1/2 LEHIGH W, 74-64 1/6 AMERICAN L, 56-69 1/12 at NJIT W, 64-52 1/19 at Cornell L, 64-70 1/26 CORNELL L, 54-72 2/1 at Yale W, 71-58 2/2 at Brown L, 63-68 2/8 PENN W, 74-58 2/9 PRINCETON W, 58-53 2/15 at Dartmouth W, 59-50 2/16 at Harvard W, 73-64 2/22 BROWN L, 52-67 2/23 YALE W, 68-62 2/29 HARVARD W, 61-54 3/1 DARTMOUTH L, 47-63 3/7 at Princeton L, 64-74 3/8 at Penn L, 67-69 ^Preseason NIT, Columbus, Ohio 2008-09 (12-16, 7-7) Head Coach: Joe Jones 11/14 at Fordham W, 65-62 11/16 at Seton Hall L, 50-71 11/21 Bryant ! W, 70-54 11/22 UMBC ! L, 52-66 11/25 Albany L, 49-66 11/29 Stony Brook L, 60-62 12/3 Wagner W, 84-69 12/9 at St. Francis N.Y. L, 57-59 12/20 vs. Virginia Tech @ L, 52-64 12/21 vs. Marist @ W. 63-58 12/29 Sacred Heart L, 79-84 (OT) 1/2 at Lehigh L, 59-73 1/5 at American L, 50-62 1/9 NJIT W, 73-50 1/17 Cornell L, 59-71 1/24 at Cornell L, 72-83 1/30 Yale W, 53-42 1/31 Brown W, 65-59 2/6 at Penn W, 74-63 2/7 at Princeton L, 35-63 2/13 Dartmouth W, 65-52 2/14 Harvard W, 60-59 2/20 at Brown W, 70-57 2/21 at Yale L, 49-57 2/27 at Harvard L, 63-72 2/28 at Dartmouth L, 53-67 3/6 Princeton W, 58-44 3/7 Penn L, 50-51 ! - Tyler Ugolyn Columbia Classic @ - MSG Aeropostale Holiday Festival 2009-10 (11-17, 5-9) Head Coach: Joe Jones 11/17 at DePaul 11/20 Longwood 11/24 Bucknell 11/27 at Syracuse 11/30 at Sacred Heart 12/3 Lehigh 12/5 at Stony Brook 12/8 at Wagner 12/12 at Bryant 12/23 at Quinnipiac 12/30 Maine 1/4 American 1/6 at Lafayette 1/11 St. Francis N.Y.

L, 53-59 W, 72-61 W, 73-59 L, 60-85 L, 55-60 W, 75-70 L, 60-63 W, 102-91 W, 69-57 L, 51-63 L, 59-65 W, 56-51 L, 74-91 L, 53-59

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at Cornell Cornell Harvard Dartmouth Brown Yale at Princeton at Penn at Dartmouth at Harvard Penn Princeton at Yale at Brown

L, 53-74 L, 51-77 L, 45-74 W, 63-51 W, 65-54 L, 64-79 L, 45-55 W, 66-62 L, 44-48 L, 57-77 W, 56-55 L, 52-67 L, 48-65 W, 65-56

2010-11 (15-13, 6-8) Head Coach: Kyle Smith 11/12 at La Salle 11/15 Maryland E. Shore 11/17 at St. John's 11/20 at Longwood 11/23 Colgate 11/28 at American 12/1 at Bucknell 12/4 Stony Brook 12/7 Wagner 12/11 Bryant 12/30 at Maine 1/2 Elon 1/5 at Lafayette 1/8 Union 1/15 Cornell 1/22 at Cornell 1/28 at Harvard 1/29 at Dartmouth 2/4 at Brown 2/5 at Yale 2/11 Princeton 2/12 Penn 2/18 Dartmouth 2/19 Harvard 2/25 at Penn 2/26 at Princeton 3/4 Yale 3/5 Bown

L, 71-82 W, 108-74 L, 66-79 L, 76-95 W, 76-63 W, 64-62 L, 68-73 W, 73-72 W, 77-71 W, 76-72 W, 74-71 L, 69,70 W, 76-73 W, 64-59 W, 79-75 W, 70-66 L, 66-77 W, 66-45 L, 79,87 L, 67-72 L, 46-76 W, 75-62 W, 67-60 L, 42-61 L, 54-64 L, 61-66 L, 81-87 W, 91-74

2011-12 (15-15, 4-10) Head Coach: Kyle Smith 11/1 1 at Connecticut L, 57-70 11/14 Furman L, 58-62 11/19 American L, 58-66 11/22 at Stony Brook L, 53-67 11/26 at Manhattan W, 59-41 11/28 Swarthmore W, 104-42 12/2 at Loyola Marymount W, 69-61 12/3 vs. North Texas W, 72-57 12/4 vs. La Sierra W, 78-56 12/6 Holy Cross W, 46-45 12/10 LIU Brooklyn W, 63-53 12/28 at Marist L, 59-79 12/30 Lafayette W, 77-67 1/2 Fairleigh Dickinson W, 67-52 1/4 at Colgate W, 66-59 1/8 at Elon W, 65-60 1/13 Penn L, 64-66 1/14 Princeton L, 58-62 1/21 Cornell W, 61-56 1/28 at Cornell L, 60-65 2/3 at Dartmouth W, 64-62 2/4 at Harvard L, 52-57 2/10 Brown W, 86-60 2/11 Yale L, 58-59 2/17 at Princeton L, 66-77 2/18 at Penn L, 59-61 (OT) 2/24 at Yale L, 67-75 2/25 at Brown L, 78-94 3/2 Harvard L, 70-77 (OT) 3/3 Dartmouth W, 61-55 2012-13 (12-16, 4-10) Head Coach: Kyle Smith 11/10 at Furman 11/13 Haverford 11/17 Marist 11/20 at Villanova 11/23 vs Wayland Baptist 11/24 at San Francisco Dons

W, 68-47 W, 74-40 L, 62-67 W, 75-57 W, 75-57 L, 59-79

11/28 at LIU Brooklyn 12/1 Bucknell 12/9 at American 12/22 Elon 12/29 Manhattan 1/2 Colgate 1/5 at Army 1/8 at Holy Cross 1/19 at Cornell 1/26 Cornell 2/1 at Penn 2/2 at Princeton 2/8 Dartmouth 2/10 Harvard 2/15 at Brown 2/16 at Yale 2/22 Princeton 2/23 Penn 3/1 Yale 3/2 Brown 3/8 at Harvard 3/9 at Darmouth

L, 61-70 L, 57-65 W, 54-42 L, 69-70 W, 69-58 W, 66-59 W, 65-52 L, 69-78 W, 67-58 L, 63-66 L, 58-62 L, 66-72 L, 57-60 W, 78-63 L, 55-58 L, 56-75 L, 40-65 W, 58-41 W, 59-46 L, 58-61 L, 51-56 L, 58-64

2013-14 FACT BOOK 1,000-Point Scorers

Buck Jenkins (1989-93) 1,767

Jim McMillian (1967-70) 1,758

Chet Forte (1954-57) 1,611

Craig Austin (1998-2002) 1,491

Gary Raimondo (1995-99) 1,320

John Baumann (2004-08) 1,298

Heyward Dotson (1967-70) 1,266

Neil Farber (1962-65) 1,236

Stan Felsinger (1963-66) 1,229

C.J. Thompkins (1993-97) 1,217

BRIAN BARBOUR (2009-13) 1,216

Ricky Free (1976-79) 1,214

Sean Couch (1983-87) 1,208

Noruwa Agho (2008-12) 1,207

Matt Shannon (1985-89) 1,201

Walt Budko (1942-44, 46-48) 1,163

Darren Burnett (1979-83) 1,159

Russ Steward (1988-92) 1,071

Jack Molinas (1950-53) 1,046

Justin Namolik (1995-99) 1,040

John Azary (1948-51) 1,037

Norm Skinner (1944-45, 47-50) 1,015

Ted Dwyer (1954-57) 1,005

Roger Walaszek (1965-69) 1,003

Richie Gordon (1979-83) 1,003

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2013-14 FACT BOOK Career Records SCORING AVERAGE 1. Chet Forte (1954-57) 2. Jim McMillian (1967-70) 3. Dave Newmark (1965-68) 4. Neil Farber (1962-65) 5. Stan Felsinger (1963-66) 6. Jack Molinas (1950-53) 7. Ron Boyd (1971-73) 8. Buck Jenkins (1989-93) 9. Heyward Dotson (1967-70) 10. Murray Melton (1958-60) FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Jim McMillian (1967-70) 2. Buck Jenkins (1989-93) 3. Chet Forte (1954-57) 4. Gary Raimondo (1995-99) 5. Craig Austin (1998-2002) 6. Neil Farber (1962-65) 7. John Baumann (2004-08) 8. Sean Couch (1983-87) 9. Stan Felsinger (1963-66) 10. Matt Shannon (1985-89) Ricky Free (1976-69) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Buck Jenkins (1989-93) 2. Chet Forte (1954-57) 3. Jim McMillian (1967-70) 4. Gary Raimondo (1995-99) 5. Stan Felsinger (1963-66) 6. Craig Austin (1998-02) 7. Matt Shannon (1985-89) 8. Rudy Milkey (1955-58) 9. Noruwa Agho (2008-12) 10. Neil Farber (1962-65)

24.8 22.8 19.9 18.4 17.8 17.6 17.2 17.0 16.7 16.1 677 630 543 473 471 468 463 462 460 453 453 1,450 1,336 1,319 1,130 1,094 1,078 1,071 1,055 1,025 1,024

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 300 Att.) 1. Omar Sanders (1989-93) .578 (182-315) 2. Ricky Free (1976-79) .552 (453-820) 3. Jamal Adams (1993-95) .544 (174-320) 4. Heyward Dotson (1967-70) .542 (430-794) Mark Cisco (2009-13) .542 (326-601) 6. Steve Livingston (1987-91) .541 (198-366) 7. Tom Casey (1989-93) .535 (245-458) 8. Bob Evans (1970-73) .534 (311-582) 9. Sean Couch (1983-87) .530 (462-871) 10. John Baumann (2004-08) .525 (463-882) THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Matt Shannon (1985-89) 189 2. C.J. Thompkins (1993-97) 181 3. K.J. Matsui (2005-09) 173 4. Erik Crep (1995-99) 156 5. Craig Austin (1998-2002) 150 6. Gary Raimondo (1995-99) 142 7. Dragutin Kravic (2002-06) 141 8. Niko Scott (2006-10) 138 9. Noruwa Agho (2008-12) 134 Treg Duerksen (1999-2002) 134 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Matt Shannon (1985-89) 468 2. C.J. Thompkins (1993-97) 457 3. Gary Raimondo (1995-99) 447 4. Erik Crep (1995-99) 444 5. K.J. Matsui (2005-09) 419 6. Craig Austin (1998-02) 409 7. Niko Scott (2006-10) 367

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8. Dragutin Kravic (2002-06) 9. Joe Case (1998-02) 10. Treg Duerksen (1999-02)

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THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (Min. 200 Att.) 1. Eric Speaker (1988-92) .475 (106-223) 2. Russ Steward (1988-92) .440 (91-207) 3. K.J. Matsui (2005-09) .413 (173-419) 4. Meiko Lyles (2010-Present) .411 (69-168) 5. Matt Shannon (1985-89) .404 (189-468) 6. Jeremiah Boswell (2001-05) .402 (101-251) 7. Noruwa Agho (2008-12) .400 (134-335) 8. Treg Duerksen (1999-02) .399 (134-336) Steve Frankoski (2010-Present) .399 (103-258) 10. C.J. Thompkins (1993-97) .396 (181-457) 11. Dragutin Kravic (2002-06) .392 (141-360) FREE THROWS MADE 1. Chet Forte (1954-57) 525 2. Buck Jenkins (1989-93) 432 3. Darren Burnett (1979-83) 421 4. Heyward Dotson (1967-70) 406 5. Jim McMillian (1967-70) 404 6. Brian Barbour (2009-13) 401 7. Craig Austin (1998-02) 399 Ted Dwyer (1954-57) 399 9. Jack Molinas (1950-53) 316 10. Stan Felsinger (1963-66) 309 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Chet Forte (1954-57) 2. Buck Jenkins (1989-93) 3. Heyward Dotson (1967-70) 4. Darrenn Burnett (1979-83) 5. Ted Dwyer (1954-57) 6. Jim McMillian (1967-70) 7. Craig Austin (1998-02) 8. Ricky Free (1976-79) 9. Brian Barbour (2009-13) 10. Stan Felsinger (1963-66)

624 605 564 553 538 537 505 464 447 442

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 300 Att.) 1. Brian Barbour (2009-13) .897 (401-447) 2. Chet Forte (1954-57) .841 (525-624) 3. Gene Bentz (1975-77) .794 (197-248) 4. Craig Austin (1998-02) .790 (399-505) 5. Alton Byrd (1976-79) .782 (294-376) 6. Darren Burnett (1979-83) .761 (421-553) 7. Jim McMillian (1967-70) .752 (404-537) 8. John Baumann (2004-08) .751 (302-402) 9. Sean Couch (1983-87) .749 (266-355) 10. Ted Dwyer (1954-57) .742 (399-538) REBOUNDS 1. Frank Thomas (1953-56) 1,022 2. Jim McMillian (1967-70) 743 3. Jack Molinas (1950-53) 727 4. Ed Auzenbergs (1958-61) 675 5. Ricky Free (1976-79) 662 6. Chris Wiedemann (1999-2003) 593 7. Marck Cisco (2009-13) 591 8. Dave Newmark (1965-68) 572 9. John Baumann (2004-08) 570 10. Russ Steward (1988-92) 552 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Mark Cisco (2009-13) 233 2. John Baumann (2004-08) 189 3. Chris Wiedemann (1999-2003) 166

4. Ben Nwachukwu (2004-08) 5. Jim Tubridy (1992-96) 6. Boris Piskun (1992-96) 7. Asenso Ampim (2007-11) 8. Gary Raimondo (1995-99) 9. Matt Preston (2001-05) 10. Jason Miller (2005-09) ASSISTS 1. Alton Byrd (1976-79) 2. Brian Barbour (2009-13) 3. Tony Chiles (1985-89) 4. Elliot Wolfe (1968-71) 5. Darren Burnett (1979-83) 6. Brett Loscalzo (2004-08) 7. Mike Jelinsky (1989-93) 8. Dale Smith (1981-85) 9. Sean Couch (1983-87) 10. Heyward Dotson (1967-70) BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Chris Wiedemann (1999-2003) 2. Dane Holmes (1988-92) 3. Tom Casey (1989-93) 4. Jamal Adams (1990-94) 5. Mark Cisco (2009-13) 6. Joe Case (1998-2002) 7. Ben Nwachukwu (2004-08) 8. Justin Namolik (1995-99) 9. Steve Marusich (1990-94) 10. Jim Tubridy (1992-96) STEALS 1. Gary Raimondo (1995-99) 2. Sean Couch (1983-87) 3. Brian Barbour (2009-13) 4. Matt Shannon (1985-89) 5. C.J. Thompkins (1993-97) 6. Craig Austin (1998-2002) 7. Noruwa Agho (2008-12) 8. Justin Namolik (1995-99) 9. Brett Loscalzo (2004-08) Tony Chiles (1985-89) GAMES PLAYED 1. Mark Cisco (2009-13) 2. Ben Nwachukwu (2004-08) 3. Kevin Bulger (2006-10) 4. Brett Loscalzo (2004-08) Craig Austin (1998-2002) 6. Niko Scott (2006-10) Joe Case (1998-2002) 8. Mack Montgomery (2004-08) Brian Barbour (2009-13) 10. K.J. Matsui (2005-09) GAMES STARTED 1. Justin Namolik (1995-99) 2. Brett Loscalzo (2004-08) 3. Gary Raimondo (1995-99) 4. Craig Austin (1998-2002) 5. Ben Nwachukwu (2004-08) 6. John Baumann (2004-08) Niko Scott (2006-10) Brian Barbour (2009-13) 9. Joe Case (1998-2002) 10. Matt Shannon (1985-89)

164 150 145 144 143 138 112 526 346 323 316 313 308 301 278 247 237 187 148 137 101 72 66 62 50 48 47 209 156 124 110 109 107 103 102 95 95 111 110 109 108 108 107 107 106 106 105 100 99 92 91 85 83 83 83 81 80

2013-14 FACT BOOK Individual Single-Season Records POINTS 1. Chet Forte (1956-57) 2. Jim McMillian (1969-70) 3. Jim McMillian (1967-68) 4. Buck Jenkins (1992-93) 5. Chet Forte (1954-55) 6. Dave Newmark (1965-66) 7. Sean Couch (1986-87) 8. C.J. Thompkins (1996-97) 9. Stan Felsinger (1965-66) 10. Craig Austin (2000-01) Jack Molinas (1952-3) SCORING AVERAGE 1. Chet Forte (1956-57) 2. Jim McMillian (1969-70) 3. Dave Newmark (1965-66) 4. Chet Forte (1955-56) 5. Chet Forte (1954-55) 6. Jim McMillian (1967-68) 7. Buck Jenkins (1992-93) 8. Jack Molinas (1952-3) 9. Sean Couch (1986-87) 10. Stan Felsinger (1965-66) FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Jim McMillian (1969-70) 2. Jim McMillian (1967-68) 3. Chet Forte (1956-57) 4. Sean Couch (1986-87) 5. Bob Evans (1972-73) 6. Stan Felsinger (1965-66) Dave Newmark (1965-66) 8. Buck Jenkins (1992-93) Jim McMillian (1968-69) 10. Chet Forte (1954-55) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Chet Forte (1956-57) 2. Rudy Milkey (1957-58) 3. Jim McMillian (1969-70) 4. Stan Felsinger (1965-66) Chet Forte (1954-55) 6. Jim McMillian (1967-68) 7. Buck Jenkins (1992-93) 8. Matt Shannon (1987-88) 9. Sean Couch (1986-87) 10. Bob Evans (1972-73) Noruwa Agho (2010-11)

694 643 625 578 559 550 549 525 499 496 496 28.9 25.7 22.9 22.4 22.4 22.3 22.2 21.6 21.1 20.8 253 236 235 212 207 197 197 188 188 186 583 508 493 465 465 455 433 406 397 387 387

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Omar Sanders (1991-92) .690 (69-100) 2. Ricky Free (1976-77) .598 (165-276) 3. Mark Cisco (2010-11) .596 (68-114) 4. Mark Cisco (2011-12) .590 (124-210) 5. Tom Casey (1992-93) .585 (121-207) 6. Tom Casey (1991-92) .582 (82-141) 7. Vernon Outlaw (1979-80) .578 (67-116) 8. John Baumann (2006-07) .577 (145-251) 9. Sean Couch (1985-86) .576 (121-210) 10. Heyward Dotson (1968-69) .565 (148-262) THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. C.J. Thompkins (1996-97) 87 2. Matt Shannon (1986-87) 76 3. Treg Duerksen (2001-02) 69 4. Treg Duerksen (1999-2000) 65 Erik Crep (1997-98) 65 6. C.J. Thompkins (1995-96) 64

7. Matt Shannon (1986-87) 8. Dragutin Kravic (2003-04) 9. Steve Frankoski (2012-13) 10. Meiko Lyles (2011-12) Noruwa Agho (2009-10) THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. C.J. Thompkins (1996-97) 2. Treg Duerksen (2001-02) 3. Erik Crep (1997-98) 4. C.J. Thompkins (1995-96) 5. Treg Duerksen (1999-2000) 6. Buck Jenkins (1992-93) 7. Dragutin Kravic (2003-04) 8. Steve Frankoski (2012-13) 9. Erik Crep (1998-99) 10. Craig Austin (2000-01)

62 61 60 58 58 207 175 171 170 160 146 139 132 130 129

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (Min. 50) ATT. 1. John Bauman (2006-07) .509 (29-57) 2. Jeremiah Boswell (2004-05) .500 (44-88) 3. K.J. Matsui (2007-08) .490 (50-102) 4. Brett Loscalzo (2006-07) .488 (30-67) 5. Russ Steward (1991-92) .481 (51-106) 6. Russ Steward (1990-91) .460 (23-50) 7. Steve Frankoski (2012-13) .455 (60-132) 8. Mack Montgomery (2006-07) .455 (25-55) 9. Dragutin Kravic (2002-03) .439 (61-139) 10. Joe Case (1999-2000) .421 (45-107) FREE THROWS MADE 1. Chet Forte (1956-57) 2. Chet Forte (1954-55) 3. Ted Dwyer (1956-57) 4. Jack Molinas (1952-53) 5. Dave Newmark (1965-66) 6. Jim McMillian (1967-68) 7. Heyward Dotson (1968-69) 8. Brian Barbour (2011-12) Buck Jenkins (1992-93) 10. Darren Burnett (1981-82)

224 187 166 162 156 153 150 146 146 143

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Chet Forte (1956-57) 2. Chet Forte (1954-55) 3. Dave Newmark (1965-66) 4. Ted Dwyer (1956-57) 5. Heyward Dotson (1968-69) 6. Jim McMillian (1967-68) 7. Buck Jenkins (1992-93) 8. Jim McMillian (1969-70) 9. Heyward Dotson (1967-68) 10. Stan Felsinger (1964-65) Ted Dwyer (1955-56)

263 222 216 214 208 199 193 184 182 180 180

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 50 Att.) 1. Brian Barbour (2010-11) .917 (122-133) 2. Brian Barbour (2011-12) .901 (146-162) 3. Brian Barbour (2012-13) .882 (112-127) 4. Grant Mullins (2012-13 .868 (46-53) 5. Patrick Foley (2006-07) .867 (52-60) 6. Juan Mitchell (1976-77) .852 (69-81) 7. Matt Preston (2003-04) .845 (98-116) 8. Chet Forte (1956-57) .842 (187-222) 9. Fred Johnson (1994-95) .842 (.842) 10. Kurt Mahoney (1980-81) .833 (45-54)

REBOUNDS 1. Frank Thomas (1954-55) 2. Jack Molinas (1952-53) 3. Dave Newmark (1965-66) 4. Jack Molinas (1950-51) 5. Frank Thomas (1955-56) 6. Ted Harvin (1956-57) 7. Frank Thomas (1953-54) 8. Phil Matthews (1957-58) Jim McMillian (1967-68) 10. Mike Griffin (1964-65) OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Jamal Adams (1993-94) 2. Mark Cisco (2011-12) 3. Jason Miller (2008-09) 4. Boris Piskun (1994-95) 5. Jim Tubridy (1994-95) 6. Marco McCottry (2002-03) 7. Matt Preston (2004-05) 8. John Baumann (2007-08) 9. Matt Preston (2003-04) 10. John Baumann (2005-06) ASSISTS 1. Alton Byrd (1976-77) 2. Alton Byrd (1978-79) 3. Mike Jelinsky (1989-90) 4. Mike Jelinsky (1990-91) 5. Elliot Wolfe (1970-71) 6. Tony Chiles (1987-88) 7. Brian Barbour (2011-12) 8. Dale Smith (1984-85) 9. Alton Byrd (1977-78) 10. Elliot Wolfe (1969-70) BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Chris Wiedemann (2001-02) 2. Dane Holmes (1989-90) 3. Tom Casey (1991-92) 4. Tom Casey (1992-93) 5. Chris Wiedemann (2000-01) 6. Dane Holmes (1988-89) Chris Wiedemann (2002-03) 8. Jamal Adams (1993-94) 9. Dane Holmes (1990-91) 10. Steve Marusich (1993-94) STEALS 1. Sean Couch (1986-87) 2. Gary Raimondo (1998-99) 3. Gary Raimondo (1997-98) 4. Sean Couch (1985-86) 5. Gary Raimondo (1995-96) 6. Jim Tubridy (1995-96) 7. Tony Chiles (1987-88) Brian Barbour (2012-13) 9. Brian Barbour (2010-11) Abe Yasser (1998-99)

408 384 346 343 338 307 276 275 275 265 78 76 74 73 71 70 66 65 61 60 210 193 153 145 140 136 133 130 123 120 68 61 54 54 47 45 45 43 39 38 68 67 56 53 52 44 43 43 42 42

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2013-14 FACT BOOK Single-Season Team Records POINTS 1. 1967-68 2,206 2. 1976-77 2,094 1975-76 2,094 4. 1956-57 2,016 5. 2010-11 1,982 6. 1986-87 1,936 7. 1969-70 1,924 8. 1965-66 1,898 9. 1992-93 1,889 10. 1974-75 1,872 POINTS PER GAME 1. 1956-57 84.0 2. 1976-77 80.5 1975-76 80.5 4. 1965-66 79.1 5. 1967-68 78.8 6. 1968-69 77.0 7. 1969-70 77.0 8. 1964-65 76.6 9. 1986-87 74.5 10. 1992-93 72.7 FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 1967-68 810 2. 1976-77 794 1975-76 794 4. 1974-75 756 5. 1969-70 748 6. 1978-79 734 7. 1965-66 721 8. 1986-87 717 9. 2010-11 702 10. 1956-57 698 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 1974-75 1,858 2. 1956-57 1,771 3. 1975-76 1,714 1976-77 1,714 1954-55 1,714 6. 1955-56 1,689 7. 1957-58 1,670 8. 1953-54 1,664 9. 2010-11 1,643 10. 1967-68 1,638 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 1969-70 .505 2. 1968-69 .499 3. 1991-92 .499 4. 1967-68 .495 5. 1985-86 .494 6. 1992-93 .490 7. 1978-79 .489 8. 1981-82 .488 9. 1970-71 .486 10. 1990-91 .478

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THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 1996-97 218 2. 2011-12 211 2003-04 211 4. 2007-08 205 5. 2006-07 200 6. 1999-00 198 7. 2004-05 197 8. 2001-02 181 2012-13 181 10. 1995-96 173 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 1996-97 629 2. 2007-08 618 3. 2011-12 565 4. 2003-04 553 5. 2004-05 550 6. 2001-02 538 7. 1999-00 529 8. 2012-13 521 9. 1995-96 508 10. 2006-07 497 THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE 1. 1990-91 .448 2. 1987-88 .409 3. 1991-92 .407 4. 2006-07 .402 5. 1986-87 .394 6. 1988-89 .393 7. 2003-04 .382 8. 2009-10 .376 9. 1999-00 .374 10. 2011-12 .373 FREE THROWS MADE 1. 1956-57 620 2. 1967-68 586 3. 1955-56 566 4. 1954-55 537 5. 1975-76 506 1976-77 506 7. 1992-93 503 8. 1964-65 480 9. 1981-82 477 10. 1968-69 471 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 1956-57 860 2. 1954-55 849 3. 1955-56 822 4. 1967-68 810 5. 1953-54 751 6. 1992-93 715 7. 1976-77 696 1966-67 696 9. 1966-67 695 10. 1963-64 685

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. 2012-13 .745 2. 2011-12 .743 3. 2006-07 .736 4. 2005-06 .736 5. 1975-76 .727 1976-77 .727 7. 1964-65 .726 8. 2007-08 .724 9. 1967-78 .723 10. 1956-67 .721 REBOUNDS 1. 1955-56 1,272 2. 1954-55 1,264 3. 1967-68 1,260 4. 1956-57 1,227 5. 1965-66 1,151 6. 1971-72 1,106 7. 1953-54 1,092 8. 1959-60 1,067 9. 1974-75 1,036 10. 1957-58 1,031 ASSISTS 1. 2003-04 424 2. 1967-68 422 3. 1976-77 420 1975-76 420 5. 2007-08 392 6. 1988-89 388 7. 1978-79 385 1986-87 385 9. 2011-12 380 10. 2006-07 377 BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 1992-93 128 2. 2001-02 125 3. 1993-94 123 4. 1991-92 118 5. 1989-90 113 6. 1990-91 106 7. 2000-01 99 8. 2002-03 93 9. 2004-05 89 10. 1994-95 87 STEALS 1. 1998-99 235 2. 1986-87 225 3. 2009-10 208 4. 2003-04 201 5. 1995-96 199 6. 1997-98 184 2008-09 184 8. 2011-12 182 9. 1992-93 181 10. 2010-11 180

2013-14 FACT BOOK Single-Game/Miscellaneous Records INDIVIDUAL

TEAM RECORDS

Points 1. 47 Buck Jenkins vs. Havard, Feb. 15, 1991 2. 45 Chet Forte vs. Penn, Feb. 15, 1957 3. 44 Jim McMillian vs. Penn State, Dec. 20, 1969 4. 42 Jim McMillian vs. Villanova, Dec. 29, 1969 42 Chet Forte, vs. CCNY, Dec. 5, 1956 6. 40 Stan Felsinger vs. Dartmouth, Jan. 7, 1966 40 Jim McMillian vs. Harvard, Feb. 14, 1970 40 Jim McMillian vs. WVU, Dec. 26, 1967 40 Dave Newmark vs. Yale, Jan. 5, 1968

Free Throw Attempts 1. 23 Buck Jenkins, vs. Harvard, Feb. 15, 1991 2. 21 Chet Forte vs. Penn, Feb. 15, 1997 3. 19 John Baumann vs. Yale, Feb. 23, 2008 4. 18 Noruwa Agho vs. Yale, Feb. 6, 2010 5. 14 Matt Preston at Fordham, Jan. 6, 2004 14 Alex Rosenberg at Villanova, Nov. 20, 2012

Field Goals 1. 18 Chet Forte vs. CCNY, Dec. 5, 1956 2. 16 Jim McMillian vs. Penn State, Dec. 20, 1969 3. 15 Buck Jenkins vs. Harvard, Feb. 15, 1991 15 Chet Forte vs. Princeton, Mar. 5, 1957 15 Jim McMillian vs. Harvard, Feb. 14, 1970

Rebounds 1. 31 Jack Molinas vs. Brown, Jan. 29, 1953 2. 26 Dave Newmark vs. Brown, Dec. 29, 1965 3. 25 Foley Jones vs. CCNY, Dec. 1, 1971 4. 20 Mark Cisco vs. Cornell, Jan. 21, 2012 20 Dave Newmark vs. Brown, Jan. 14, 1966 20 Dave Newmark vs. CCNY, Dec. 6, 1965 20 Vernon Outlaw vs. Vermont, Dec. 6, 1980

Field Goal Attempts 1. 33 Chet Forte vs. CCNY, Dec. 5, 1956 2. 28 Jim McMillian vs. Penn State, Dec. 20, 1969 3. 25 Noruwa Agho at UConn, Nov. 11, 2011 4. 24 Noruwa Agho at Lafayette, Jan. 6, 2010 5. 23 Buck Jenkins vs. Harvard, Feb. 15, 1991 FG PERCENTAGE (Min. 8 Made - Since 2001-02) 1. .909 (10-11) Matt Preston at Sacred Heart, Dec. 2, 2003 2. .900 (9-10) Ben Nwachukwu at LIU, Nov. 22, 2005 3. .833 (10-12) Ben Nwachukwu vs. Harvard, Feb. 29, 2008 4. .818 (9-11) John Baumann at Wagner, Dec. 4, 2007 .818 (9-11) Mark Cisco at Elon, Jan. 8, 2012 .818 (9-11) Ben Nwachukwu at Penn, Mar. 8, 2008 .818 (9-11) Ben Nwachukwu vs. LIU, Nov. 21, 2006 3-PT FG MADE 1. 8 Dragutin Kravic vs. Yale, March 6, 2004 2. 7 Noruwa Agho vs Bucknell, Nov. 24, 2009 7 Steve Frankoski vs. Stony Brook, Dec. 4, 2010 7 Niko Scott at Penn, Feb. 13, 2010 7 Matt Shannon vs. Nebraska, Jan. 2, 1988 7 Matt Shannon vs. Dartmouth, Feb. 19, 1988 3-PT FG ATTEMPTS 1. 13 Niko Scott at LIU, Nov. 20, 2007 13 Matt Shannon vs. Dartmouth, Feb. 19, 1988 13 C.J. Thompkins vs. Fordham, Nov. 26, 1996 4. 12 Dragutin Kravic vs. Yale, Mar. 6, 2004 5. 11 8 Times (Frankoski vs. Manhattan, Dec. 12, 2012) 3-PT FG PERCENTAGE (Min. 6 Made) 1. .875 (7-8) Noruwa Agho vs. Bucknell, Nov. 24, 2009 2. .857 (6-7) Dalen Cuff vs. Troy, Nov. 19, 2005 .857 (6-7) Steve Frankoski vs. Elon, Dec. 22, 2012 4. .778 (7-9) Niko Scott at Penn, Feb. 13, 2010 5. .750 (6-8) Niko Scott at Brown, Mar. 6, 2010

Points

118 (W, 118-90), at Wagner, Jan. 17, 1977

Points Against 114 (L, 85-114), at Rutgers, Dec. 5, 1974

MOST FREE THROWS MADE WITHOUT A MISS John Baumann 13, at Dartmouth, Feb. 15, 2008

Field Goals 49 at Wagner, Jan. 17, 1977 Field Goal Attempts 105 vs. Dartmouth, Jan. 20, 1951 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .667 (22-33) vs. Princeton, Jan. 12, 2007 3-PT Field Goals 16 vs. Brown, Feb. 10, 2012

Assists 1. 18 Tony Chiles vs. USMMA, Jan. 9, 1988 2. 14 Tony Chiles vs. Brown, 1989-90 14 Maurice Murphy vs. Lafayette, Jan. 3, 2003 14 Elliot Wolfe vs. Cornell, Dec. 18, 1970 5. 13 Alton Byrd vs. Brown, Feb. 17, 1979

3-Pt Attempts 46 vs. Polytechnic, Dec. 29, 2007 3-PT FG PCT (Min. 10 Made) .769 (10-13) vs. Cornell, Jan. 15, 2005

Free Throws 44 at Lafayette, Dec. 5, 1964

Steals 1. 7, Sean Couch vs. NYU, Feb. 16, 1987 7, Gary Raimondo at Harvard, Feb. 12, 1999 7, Craig Austin, vs. Binghamton, Jan. 7, 2001 4. 6 Gary Raimondo, at Dartmouth, Feb. 13, 1998 5. 5 Niko Scott at Brown, Mar. 6, 2010 5 Brian Barbour vs. Brown, Mar. 2, 2013

Free Throw Attempts 56 vs. Pennsylvania, Feb. 13, 1957

Blocks 1. 9 Dane Holmes vs. Lehigh, Jan. 23, 1990 2. 5 Noruwa Agho at Lafayette, Jan. 5, 2011 5 Dane Holmes vs. Penn, Feb. 3, 1990 5 Dane Holmes vs. Yale, Feb. 10, 1990 5. 4 Dragutin Kravic vs. Yale, Feb. 25, 2006 4 5 Times (Mark Cisco at Army, Jan. 5, 2013)

Rebounds 72 vs. CCNY., Dec. 1, 1971 Assists 33 vs. Wake Forest, Dec. 27, 1969 STEALS 14 at Bryant, Dec. 12, 2009 BLOCKS 12 vs. Rider, Dec. 10, 1988

Win/Loss Superlatives

Most Wins 23, 1967-68 (23-5) Most Losses 25, 2002-03 (2-25) Fewest Wins 1, 1900-01 (1-4) Fewest Losses 0, 1903-04 (14-0) 1904-05 (13-0) 1909-10 (11-0) Longest Win Streak 32, End of 1949-50-1950-51) Longest Losing Streak 20, 12/28/02-11/24/03

Free Throws 1. 20 Chet Forte at Yale, Jan. 18, 1956 2. 19 Chet Forte vs. Penn, Feb.15, 1957 3. 17 Buck Jenkins vs. Harvard, Feb. 15, 1957 4. 15 Noruwa Agho vs. Yale, Feb. 6, 2010 5. 13 John Baumann at Dartmouth, Feb. 15, 2008 13 Matt Preston at Fordham, Jan. 6, 2004

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2013-14 FACT BOOK Miscellaneous Records (Continued) Levien Gymnasium Records INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Points...........................................37, C.J. Thompkins vs. Army, Jan. 20, 1997 ........................................................Buck Jenkins vs. Manhattan, Jan. 4, 1993 Field Goals................................. 14, Wayne McKoy, St. John’s, Dec. 12, 1978 Field Goal Attempts...................... 25, Brian Saunders, Brown, Jan. 29, 1977 ......................................................... Wayne McKoy, St. John’s, Dec. 12, 1978

TEAM RECORDS Most Points............................ 109, Columbia (vs. Polytechnic), Dec. 29, 2007 Fewest Points................................ 35, Ursinus (vs. Columbia), Nov. 25, 1995 .............................................................Columbia (vs. Princeton), Feb. 7, 1981 Most Points, Both Teams........ 194, Columbia 103, Brown 91, Jan. 29, 1977

Free Throws...............................21, Leon Brisport, Stony Brook, Dec. 9, 2000

Fewest Points, Both Teams.......75, Princeton 40, Columbia 35, Feb. 7, 1981

Free Throw Attempts................25, Leon Brisport, Stony Brook, Dec. 9, 2000

Attendance..................................... 3,514, Columbia vs. Penn, Feb. 27, 1993

Three Pointers Made................... 6, Matt Shannon vs. USMMA, Jan. 9, 1988 ............................................................. Sean Jackson, Princeton, Feb. 9, 1991 ............................................................. Trey Duerkson vs. Yale, Feb. 12, 2000 Three Pointers Attempted.......... 13, Brett Eppenhimer, Lehigh, Jan. 3, 1998 ...................................................... CJ Thompkins vs. Fordham, Nov. 26, 1996 ..................................................................... Jeff Gaca, Cornell, Jan. 18, 1991 Rebounds........................................ 20, Mark Cisco vs. Cornell, Jan. 21, 2012 Assists.............................................18, Tony Chiles vs. USMMA, Jan. 9, 1988 Blocks..............................................9, Dane Holmes vs. Lehigh, Jan. 23, 1990 Steals................................................... 7, Sean Couch vs. NYU, Feb. 16, 1987 ...................................................... Craig Austin vs. Binghamton, Jan. 7, 2001

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NAME YEARS Harry. A. Fisher 1906-16 Carl J. Merner 1916-17 John Murray 1917-18 Fred Dawson 1918-19 Claus D. (Babe) Benson 1919-20 Joseph H. Deering 1920-25 Daniel Meehan 1925-33 Paul Mooney 1933-42, 45-46 Cliff Battles 1942-43 Elmer Ripley 1943-45 Gordon Ridings 1945-50 Lou Rossini 1950-58 Archie Oldham 1958-61 Kenneth Hunter 1961 Jack Rohan 1961-74, 90-95 Tom Penders 1974-78 Arthur "Buddy" Mahar 1978-84 Wayne Szoke 1984-87 Wally Halas 1987-90 Armond Hill 1995-2003 Joe Jones 2003-10 Kyle Smith 2010-Present

DATE Jan. 19, 1931 Dec. 31, 1931 Mar. 18, 1948 Mar. 20, 1948 Mar. 20, 1951 Dec. 26, 1967 Dec. 28, 1967 Dec. 30, 1967 Dec. 7, 1968 Dec. 6, 1969 Dec. 11, 1969 Dec. 5, 1970 Dec. 16, 1971 Dec. 14, 1972 Jan. 27, 1973 Dec. 13, 1973 Dec. 26, 1975 Dec. 27, 1975 Dec. 8, 1977 Dec. 2, 1978 Feb. 24, 1988 Dec. 20, 2008 Dec. 21, 2008

W-L PCT. W-L PCT 101-39 .734 6-8 .429 4-9 .308 3-6 .333 4-10 .286 46-40 .535 94-56 .627 101-81 .555 8-8 .500 16-19 .457 69-20 .775 117-71 .622 11-17 .393 15-39 .278 2-12 .143 5-11 .313 2-12 .143 198-247 .445 116-136 .460 43-60 .406 27-29 .482 70-86 .449 41-43 .488 37-41 .474 21-21 .500 18-60 .231 8-34 .191 72-131 .355 34-79 .301 86-109 .441 39-55 .415 42-44 .488 14-28 .333

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OPPONENT Fordham NYU Kentucky (NCAA Tournament) Michigan (NCAA Tournament) Illinois (NCAA Tournament) West Virginia (ECAC Holiday Festival) Louisville (ECAC Holiday Festival) St. John's (ECAC Holiday Festival) NYU NYU Holy Cross NYU Rutgers Fordham Rutgers Fordham Indiana (ECAC Holiday Festival) St. Bonaventure (ECAC Holiday Festival) Rutgers Wagner NYU Virginia Tech (Aeropostale Holiday Festival) Marist (Aeropostale Holiday Festival)

RESULT W, 26-18 W, 22-17 L, 53-76 L, 49-66 L, 71-79 W, 98-71 W, 74-67 W, 60-55 W, 69-68 W, 71-59 W, 92-68 W, 80-65 W, 76-73 L, 66-84 L, 73-83 L, 51-75 L, 63-106 L, 73-84 L, 48-62 W, 87-64 W, 70-56 L, 52-64 W, 63-57

2013-14 FACT BOOK NCAA Tournament History ALL-TIME NCAA Tournament Results March 19, 1948 kentucky 76, columbia 53 Eastern Regional Semifinal New York (Madison Square Garden) MARCH 20, 1948 MICHIGAN 66, COLUMBIA 49 Eastern Regional Consolation Game New York (Madison Square Garden) MARCH 20, 1951 ILLINOIS 79, COLUMBIA 71 Eastern Regional Quarterfinal New York (Madison Square Garden) MARCH 9, 1968 COLUMBIA 83, LaSALLE 69 Eastern Regional First Round College Park, Md. (Cole Field House) MARCH 15, 1968 COLUMBIA 59, DAVIDSON 61 (OT) Eastern Regional Semifinal Raleigh, N.C. MARCH 16, 1968 columbia 95, ST. BONAVENTURE 75 Eastern Regional Consolation Game Raleigh, N.C.

NCAA Tournament Records TEAM FIELD GOALS MADE.......................33, vs. St. Bonaventure (Mar. 16, 1968) field goal pCT................611 (33-54), vs. St. Bonaventure (Mar. 16, 1968) free throws made.....................29, vs. St. Bonaventure (Mar. 16, 1968) free throw percentage.............882 (15-17) vs. Illinois (Mar. 20, 1951) 3-POINTERS MADE................................................................................N/A 3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE......................................................................N/A REBOUNDS......................................47, vs. St. Bonaventure (Mar. 16, 1968) ASSISTS..........................................................17, vs. Illinois (Mar. 20, 1951) STEALS...................................................................................................N/A BLOCKS..................................................................................................N/A INDVIDUAL GAME RECORDS POINTS................................. 32, Heyward Dotson vs. LaSalle (Mar. 9, 1968) FIELD GOALS MADE............ 10, Heyward Dotson vs. LaSalle (Mar. 9, 1968) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED........... 21, Alan Stein vs. Illinois (Mar. 20, 1951) field goal pCT. (MIN. 5 ATT).......................1.000 (8-8), Heyward Dotson ..............................................................vs. St. Bonaventure (Mar. 16, 1968) free throws made.......... 12, Heyward Dotson vs. LaSalle (Mar. 9, 1968) FREE THROWS ATT.............. 14, Heyward Dotson vs. LaSalle (Mar. 9, 1968) fT pCT. (MIN. 4 ATT).1.000 (7-7), Roger Walaszek vs. LaSalle (Mar. 9, 1968) ........................... 1.000 (7-7) Heyward Dotson vs. Davidson (Mar. 15, 1968) ..................................... 1.000 (4-4), Jack Molinas vs. Illinois (Mar. 20, 1951) ........................1.000 (4-4), Bruce Fogel vs. St. Bonaventure (Mar. 16, 1968) 3-POINTERS MADE................................................................................N/A 3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE......................................................................N/A REBOUNDS................................ 15, Jack Molinas vs. Illinois (Mar. 20, 1951) ASSISTS.......................................... 6, John Azary vs. Illinois (Mar. 20, 1951) STEALS...................................................................................................N/A BLOCKS..................................................................................................N/A MINUTES PLAYED............44, David Newmark vs. Davidson (Mar. 15, 1968) ............................................ 44, Jim McMillian vs. Davidson (Mar. 15, 1968)

INDVIDUAL TOURNAMENT/CAREER RECORDS POINTS 1. Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) 67 2. Jim McMillian (Three Games - 1968) 50 3. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) 48 4. Walter Budko (Two Games - 1948) 26 5. Al Vogel (Two Games - 1948) 24 SCORING AVERAGE (MIN. 2 GP) 1. Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) 22.3 2. Jim McMillian (Three Games - 1968) 16.7 3. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) 16.0 FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) 21 2. Jim McMillian (Three Games - 1968) 20 3. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) 18 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Jim McMillian (Three Games - 1968) 44 2. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) 39 3. Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) 28 field goal percentagE (Min. 5 att./G) 1. Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) .786 (22-28) 2. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) .461 (18-39) 3. Jim McMillian (Three Games - 1968) .454 (20-44) free throws made 1. Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) 23 2. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) 12 3. Jim McMillian (Three Games - 1968) 10 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) 21 2. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) 14 3. Al Vogel (Two Games - 1948) 10 Roger Walaszek (Three Games - 1968) 10 free throw percentage (MIN. 4/g - 2 gP) 1. Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) .821 (23-28) 2. Roger Walaszek (Three Games - 1968) .818 (9-11) 3. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) .800 (12-15) Norman Skinner (Two Games - 1948) .800 (6-8) REBOUNDS 1. Jim McMillian (Three Games - 1968) 2. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) 3, Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) REBOUND AVERAGE (MIN. 2 GP) 1. Jim McMillian (Three Games - 1968) 2. David Newmark (Three Games - 1968) 3. Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) ASSISTS 1. John Azary (One Game - 1951) 2. Jim McMillian (Three Games - 1968) 3. Alan Stein (One Game - 1951) Heyward Dotson (Three Games - 1968) Bill Ames (Three Games - 1968) David Newmark (Three Games - 1968)

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Date Dec. 26, 1950 Jan. 3, 1951 Jan. 9, 1951 Jan. 16, 1951 Jan. 30, 1951 Feb. 6, 1951 Feb. 13, 1951 Feb. 20, 1951 Feb. 27, 1951 Final Jan. 9, 1968 Jan. 16, 1968 Jan. 23, 1968 Jan. 30, 1968 Feb. 6, 1968 Feb. 13, 1968 Feb. 20, 1968 Feb. 27, 1968 Mar. 5, 1968 Final 1968 Jan. 21, 1969 Jan. 28, 1969 Feb. 4, 1969 Dec. 30, 1969 Jan. 6, 1970 Jan. 13, 1970 Jan. 27, 1970 Feb. 10, 1970 Feb. 24, 1970

All-Time Record vs. Ranked Teams: 6-41

AP Ranking No. 8 (First appearance) No. 14 No. 8 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 10 No. 10 No. 8 No. 8 No. 7 No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 No. 8 No. 7 No. 19 No. 18 No. 14 No. 15 No. 17 No. 13 No. 17 No. 19 No. 18

12/26/75

vs. No. 1 (0-1) vs. Indiana

L, 63-106

2/2/70 vs. Penn 12/28/94 vs. Cal ^ ^ - Forfeit victory

L, 52-57 W, 43-79

1/10/53 2/6/76

vs. No. 15 (1-4) vs. Navy at Princeton

12/6/85 12/28/00 12/27/01

at St. John’s at Syracuse at UCLA

L, 58-80 L, 47-61 L, 55-64

11/29/78

vs. No. 16 (0-1) at Rutgers

L, 63-70

1/31/53 12/11/57 12/29/81 12/28/04

vs. No. 17 (0-4) at Holy Cross at Syracuse vs. G’Town vs. NC State

L, 65-78 L, 50-55 L, 26-38 L, 74-84

12/27/68 11/26/88 11/22/96 11/23/99

vs. No. 18 (1-3) vs. Purdue at NC State at New Mex. at Duke

W, 78-74 L, 54-110 L, 56-94 L, 52-99

1948-49 1/11/58 12/2/76 11/29/80 12/3/83

vs. No. 19 (1-4) at Holy Cross vs. Dartmouth at Rutgers at Syracuse at St. John’s

L, 49-55 L, 60-82 W, 85-75 L, 81-108 L, 58-78

2/8/58 2/7/75 12/22/07

vs. No. 20 (0-3) at Dartmouth at Penn at Villanova

L, 70-72 L, 69-113 L, 56-72

W, 77-71 L, 53-69

vs. No. 2 (0-0)

3/4/50 3/16/68

vs. No. 3 (2-0) vs. Holy Cross vs. St. Bonnie’s

W, 60-53 W, 95-75

vs. No. 4 (0-2) 2/26/72 11/11/11

at Penn at UConn

L, 62-79 L, 57-70

2/10/72 12/27/87

vs. No. 5 (0-2) vs. Penn vs. Wyoming

L, 59-69 L, 56-92

3/20/51 12/19/66

vs. No. 6 (0-2) vs. Illinois vs. UNC

L, 71-79* L, 66-98

2/27/70 12/7/84

vs. No. 7 (0-2) at Penn vs. Illinois

L, 57-71 L, 48-72

vs. No. 8 (0-0)

12/11/79

vs. No. 9 (0-1) vs. St. John’s

L, 75-91

3/15/68 12/22/73 12/28/74 11/27/09

vs. No. 10 (0-4) vs. Davidson vs. Alabama vs. Arizona at Syracuse

L, 59-61* L, 43-70 L, 73-94 L, 60-85

vs. No. 21 (0-0) vs. No. 11 (0-0) vs. No. 22 (0-0) 2/22/75 12/1/82

vs. No. 12 (0-2) vs. Penn St. John’s

L, 69-72 L, 45-72

12/8/72 12/13/77 11/12/07

vs. No. 13 (0-3) vs. Vanderbilt at St. John’s at Duke

L, 61-70 L, 56-67 L,43-86

2/22/91

vs. No. 23 (0-1) at Princeton

L, 33-56

3/7/94

vs. No. 24 (0-1) Penn

L, 69-89

vs. No. 25 (0-0) * NCAA Tournament Game

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2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Awards/Honors All-Ivy League (1954-Present) 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1995-96 1996-97

Chet Forte Ted Dwyer (second team) Frank Thomas (second team) Ted Dwyer Chet Forte Bob Lehner (hon. men.) Murray Melton (hon. men.) Ed Auzenbergs (second team) Richie Rodin (second team) Ed Auzenbergs (hon. men) Art Woliansky (hon. men.) Jim Clevan (hon. men) Neil Farber (hon. men.) Neil Farber (second team) Ken Benoit (hon. men.) Neil Farber (second team) Stan Felsinger (second team) Stan Felsinger Dave Newmark Roger Walaszek (second team) Jim McMillian Dave Newmark Heyward Dotson (second team) Roger Walaszek (second team) Heyward Dotson Jim McMillian Roger Walaszek (hon. men.) Heyward Dotson Jim McMillian Larry Gordon (hon. men.) Elliot Wolfe (hon. men.) Bob Evans Mark Hardaway (second team) Mike Finley (hon. men.) Mark Hardaway (hon. men.) Elmer Love (hon. men.) Alton Byrd Ricky Free Juan Mitchell (hon. men.) Alton Byrd Ricky Free Juan Mitchell (hon. men.) Alton Byrd Ricky Free (second team) Juan Mitchell (second team) Kurt Mahoney (hon. men.) Darren Burnett Richie Gordon (hon. men.) Darren Burnett George Meikle (second team) Tom Gwydir (second team) Dale Smith (second team) Tom Gwydir Sean Couch (hon. men.) Sean Couch Chip Adams (hon. men.) Matt Shannon (hon. men.) Matt Shannon (second team) Matt Shannon (second team) Buck Jenkins Buck Jenkins Russ Steward Tom Casey Buck Jenkins (Player of the Year) Jamal Adams (second team) C.J. Thompkins (second team) C.J. Thompkins (second team)

1997-98 Gary Raimondo (second team) 1998-99 Gary Raimondo (second team) 1999-2000 Craig Austin 2000-01 Craig Austin (Player of the Year) Chris Wiedermann (hon. men.) 2001-02 Craig Austin (second team) 2003-04 Matt Preston (second team) 2004-05 Matt Preston (second team) 2005-06 John Baumann (second team) 2006-07 John Baumann 2007-08 John Baumann 2008-09 Jason Miller (second team) 2009-10 Noruwa Agho (second team) 2010-11 Noruwa Agho Brian Barbour (hon. men.) 2011-12 Brian Barbour 2012-13 Brian Barbour (second team)

Regional Awards ECAC Sophomore of the Year 1965-66 Dave Newmark ‘68 1967-68 Jim McMillian ‘70 ECAC All-East 1957-58 Rudy Milkey ‘58 1962-63 Neil Farber ‘65 1965-66 Dave Newmark ‘68 1967-68 Jim McMillian ‘70 1968-69 Jim McMillian ‘70 1969-70 Jim McMillian ‘70 1991-92 Buck Jenkins ‘93 1992-93 Buck Jenkins ‘93 All-Metropolitan Area 2004-05 Matt Preston ‘05 2006-07 John Baumann ‘08 2007-08 John Baumann ‘08 2011-12 Brian Barbour '13

All-Americans 1926-27 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1947-48 1950-51 1955-56 1956-57 1965-66 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 2000-01

John Lorch ‘27 Lou Bender ‘32 George Gregory ‘31 Lou Bender ‘32 Dave Jones ‘32 Bill Nash ‘36 Bill Nash ‘36 John O’Brien ‘38 John O’Brien ‘38 Walt Budko ‘48 John Azary ‘51 Chet Forte ‘57 Chet Forte ‘57 Dave Newmark ‘68 Jim McMillian ‘70 Dave Newmark ‘68 Jim McMillian ‘70 Jim McMillian ‘70 Craig Austin ‘02 (hon. men.)

All-EIL Eastern Intercollegiate League (1904-53) 1904-05 Harry Fisher Marcus Hurley 1905-06 Marcus Hurley 1906-07 Marcus Hurley S. Melitzer J.J. Ryan 1907-08 W.A. Kimbel J.J. Ryan Ted Kiendl (second team) S. Melitzer (second team) 1908-09 B.P. Cerussi Ted Kiendl

NABC Division I All-District Team - District 13 2011-12 Brian Barbour '13 National Basketball Hall of Fame Alva Duer, Alumnus Harry A. Fisher, Alumnus/A.D./Coach Clarence Gaines, Alumnus Edward J. Hickcox, Alumnus Howard Hobson, Alumnus Charles Murphy, Alumnus Elmer Ripley, Coach Arthur L. Trester

National Awards National Player of the Year Ted Kiendl ’11, 1910-11 Chet Forte ’57, 1956-57 National Coach of the Year Lou Rossini, 1950-51 (Philadelphia Basketball Writers’ Assn.) Jack Rohan ’53, 1967-68 (Metropolitan Basketball Writers’ Assn.) Frances P. Naismith Hall of Fame Award (Player of the Year, Under Six Feet Tall) Alton Byrd ’79, 1978-79

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Jim Casey Bill Nash C. Wolf John O’Brien John O’Brien Bill Hasslinger Norm Skinner Walt Budko Walt Budko Sherry Marshall John Azary John Azary Jack Molinas (second team) Bob Reiss (second team) Al Stein (second team) Thomas Powers (hon. men.) Al Stein Bob Reiss (second team) Jack Molinas

Columbia Athletics Hall of Fame Inaugural Class - 2006 George Gregory ‘31 Chet Forte ‘57 Jim McMillian ‘70 1967-68 Team

Buck Jenkins 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1920-21 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1934-35

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S. Melitzer J.J. Ryan A.D. Alexander Ted Kiendl W.M. Lee R.V. Mahon Claus Benson (second team) Claus Benson E.H. Osterhout Dan Meehan (second team) S. Jacques R. Benson (second team) Dan Meehan (second team) Charlie Lee James Johnson (second team) Samuel Strom (second team) R.J. Kirchmeyer (second team) H.C. Wilson (second team) William Laub W.A. Mannheim Jack Rothenfeld John Lorch George Gregory Arthur Smith Lou Bender George Gregory Don Magurk Sam Schoenfeld Loud Bender George Gregory Dave Jones Lou Bender Dave Jones Leonard Hartman Bill Nash

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Second Class - 2008 John Azary ‘51 Walt Budko ‘48 Bruce Gehrke ‘48 Alton Byrd ‘79 Buck Jenkins ‘93 1950-51 Team

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Elmer D. Love ‘78 Alton Byrd ‘79 Richard M. Free ‘79 Richard M. Free ‘79 Kurt M. Mahoney ‘81 Darren Burnett ‘83 Darren Burnett ‘83 Darren Burnett ‘83 Mark D. Lay ‘85 Dale M. Smith ‘85 Thomas C. Gwydir ‘86 Sean Couch ‘87 Matthew Shannon ‘89 Matthew Shannon ‘89 Michael Jelinsky ‘93 Buck Jenkins ‘93 Buck Jenkins ’93, Russell Steward ‘92 Buck Jenkins ’93, Tom Casey ‘93 Jamal Adams ‘94 Fred Johnson ‘95 C.J. Thompkins ‘97 C.J. Thompkins ‘97 Gary Raimondo ‘99 Gary Raimondo ‘99 Craig Austin ’02, Joe Case ‘02 Craig Austin ‘02 Craig Austin ‘02 Marco McCottry ‘03 Matt Preston ‘05 Matt Preston ‘05 John Baumann ‘08 John Baumann ‘08 John Baumann ‘08 Kevin Bulger ’10, Jason Miller ‘09 Noruwa Agho '12 Noruwa Agho '12

Third Class - 2010 Lou Bender ‘32 John O’Brien ‘38 Frank Thomas ‘56 Fourth Class - 2012 Neil Farber ‘65 Jack Rohan ’53, 1961-74, 1990-95 Raymond J. Fullerton Memorial Award 1952 Alan Stein ‘52 1953 Jack Molinas ‘53 1955 Chet Forte ‘57 1956 Franklin Thomas ‘56 1957 Chet Forte ‘57 1958 Rudolph Milkey ‘58 1959 Richard Rodin ‘59 1960 Edvins Auzenbergs ‘61 1961 Fred Portnoy ‘63 1962 Arthur E. Woliansky ‘64 1963 James Clevan ‘63 1964 Neil E. Farber ‘65 1965 Stanley Felsinger ‘66 1966 David Newmark ‘68 1967 Joel Hoffman ‘67 1968 Jim McMillan ‘70 1969 Jim McMillan ‘70 1970 Jim McMillan ‘70 1971 Eliot Wolfe ‘71 1972 W. Foley Jones ‘73 1973 Robert R. Evans ‘73 1974 Mark E. Hardaway ‘75 1975 Mark E. Hardaway ‘75

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Walter H. Bernson Memorial Award 1963 James Glynn ‘63 1964 W. Roy Bohaboy ‘64 1965 Michael M. Griffin ‘65 1966 Kenneth Benoit ‘66 1967 August Ganzenmuller III ‘67 1968 Lawrence Borger ‘68 1969 Roger Walaszek ‘69 1970 Jim McMillian ‘70 1971 Leon Williams ‘71 1972 Gregory H. Tillman ‘72 1973 Timothy P. Murray ‘73 1974 John J. Byrnes ’74, Darryl T. Downing ‘74 1975 Michael Finley ‘75 1976 Laurence J. Collins ‘76 1977 Shane F. Cotner ‘79 1978 Juan E. Mitchell ‘79 1979 Juan E. Mitchell ‘79 1980 Brad J. Brown ‘83 1981 Vernon L. Outlaw ‘81 1982 Michael J. Allen ‘82 1983 Brad J. Brown ‘83 1984 Carl R. Scholz ‘84 1985 Mark D. Lay ‘85 1986 Paul T. Lee ‘86 1987 Charlton G. Adams ‘87 1988 Jonathon Dwyer ‘89 1989 Tony Chiles ‘89 1990 Omar K. Sanders ‘93 1991 Scott Bennett ‘91 1992 Omar K. Sanders ‘93 1993 Tom Brady ’93, Tom Casey ’93, Mark

Dumolien ’93, Buck Jenkins ’93, Yon Okorodudu ’93, Omar K. Sanders ‘93 James Waterer ‘94 James Tubridy ‘96 Gary Raimondo ’99, James Tubridy ‘96 Dennis Bohn ’97, Matt Fuchs ‘97 Jason Wachob ‘98 Justin Namolik ‘99 Treg Duerksen ‘02 Joe Case ’02, Victor Munoz ‘02 Treg Duerksen ‘02 Allan MacQuarrie ‘05 Matt Land ‘05 Jeremiah Boswell ‘05 Dalen Cuff ‘06 Brett Loscalzo ‘08 Brett Loscalzo ‘08 K.J. Matsui ‘09 Niko Scott '10 Brian Barbour '13 Matt Johnson '12 Steve Frankoski '14

Sheldon B. Preschel Memorial Award 1977 Jeffrey F. Combs ‘78 1978 Eugene W. Schatz ‘79 1979 Eugene W. Schatz ‘79 1980 John H. Masterson ‘83 1981 Kevin L. Best ‘81 1982 Carl R. Scholz ‘84 1983 Thomas S. Brecht ‘83 1984 Carl R. Scholz ‘84 1985 Mark A. Muphy ‘86 1986 Mark A. Murphy ‘86 1987 Joseph A. Campanella ‘89 1988 Douglas Woods ‘88 1989 John MacPhee ‘89 1990 Steven Livingston ‘91 1991 Steven Livingston ‘91 1992 Eric Speaker ‘92 1993 Tom Brady ‘93 1994 Steve Marusich ‘94 1995 Fred Johnson ‘95 1996 Matthew Fuchs ‘97 1997 Matthew Fuchs ‘97 1998 Abe Yasser ‘99 1999 Abe Yasser ‘99 2000 Michael Merley ’01 2001 Joe Case ‘02 2002 Marco McCottry ‘03 2003 Marco McCottry ‘03 2004 Allan MacQuarrie ‘05 2005 John-Michael Grzan ‘06 2006 John-Michael Grzan ‘06 2007 Ben Nwachukwu ‘08 2008 Ben Nwachukwu ‘08 2009 Patrick Foley ‘10 2010 Patrick Foley '10 2011 Asenso Ampim '11 2012 Dean Kowalski '13 2013 Dean Kowalski '13 Jason Wachob Award 2001 Michael Merley ‘01 2002 Michael McBrien ‘02 2003 Chris Wiedemann ‘03 2004 Maurice Murphy ‘04 2005 Colin Davis ‘05 2006 Joe Bova ‘09

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Kashif Sweet ‘08 Joe Bova ‘09 Joe Bova ‘09 Max Craig '11 Matt Johnson '12 Blaise Staab '12, Chris Crockett '12 John Daniels '13

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George Gregory 1931CC Inaugural Class of 2006

Standing 6-foot-4, George Gregory towered over most of his fellow basketball players in the late 1920s. Gregory was distinctive for two other reasons — he was the second African-American ever to play basketball at Columbia and the first anywhere to be voted All-American.

nation, the Harlem Center of the Children’s Aid Society.

In his first season, he helped the Lions to fourth place in the Eastern League, forerunner of the Ivy League. By his junior year, Columbia had moved into first place in the league.

From 1954 to 1968 Gregory was a commissioner on the Municipal Civil Service Commission, while spending 15 years in the office of the Manhattan Borough President. From 1968 to 1979 he was an assistant administrator of what is now the Department of Environmental Protection.

Columbia basketball took off in 1930-31, Gregory’s senior season. Serving as the Lions’ captain, he led them to 21 wins in 23 games and a second league title. He was named first team All-Eastern League, his third straight honor in four years, finishing with 509 career points, extremely high for the era.

He went on to hold administrative positions at settlement houses and youth clubs such as the Harlem Youth Center and the First Neighborhood House. He was a founding member of the NYC Youth Board in 1947.

Gregory passed away in Manhattan on May 11, 1994, at the age of 88.

Gregory had attracted national attention, and he was voted first team Helms Foundation All-America, being joined on the team by Purdue guard John Wooden, later to become the legendary UCLA basketball coach. While still an undergraduate, Gregory began a lifelong career battling juvenile delinquency and defending civil rights. He served as the boys’ director for the largest youth project for African-Americans in the

Chet Forte 1957CC Inaugural Class of 2006 Many images of Chet Forte remain to this day. Forte racing down the middle of the court, Forte going up for his virtually unstoppable jump shot, Forte leading the fast break. But none are more vivid than a still photograph, not an action shot, but a team shot, and not just any team. The photo is of the 1957 All-American team. University of Kansas giant Wilt Chamberlain dominates the “team”, but the person who immediately catches your eye is Chet Forte — the smallest man on the All-American team, but the best. In 1956-57, his senior season, he scored 694 points in 24 games, a 28.9 average, and was voted college basketball’s Player of the Year, beating out the seven-foot Chamberlain and West Virginia great Hot Rod Hundley. Forte was a consensus All-America, won the Haggerty Award as the top player in the New York Metropolitan area and was All-Ivy League and All-Metropolitan. He played in the national College All-Star Game and set a scoring record with 32 points. Forte earned All-Ivy League status in his first season of varsity eligibility (1954-55) and went on to earn All-America honors in 1955-56 and 1956-57. Forte scored 1,611 points in 65 games, averaging 24.8

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points per game for his career. In 1956-57, he set all of the Columbia scoring records, including points per game (28.9), free-throw percentage (85.2%) field goals made (235), free throws made (224) and points in a season (694). Forte still holds all but one of those records. His one-game scoring record of 45 points, set in 1957 against Penn, stood until Buck Jenkins scored 47 against Harvard in 1991. After a short career in minor league pro basketball, the Hackensack, N.J., native went into sports broadcasting with ABC. He gained fame as the celebrated ABC sports director who helped to launch Monday Night Football. As its first director, he earned a directing Emmy Award. He worked 25 years at ABC, and directed the network coverage of two Olympic games. In later years, Forte became a popular radio sports talk show host on XTRA in San Diego. He passed away there May 18, 1996, at age 60.

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1967-68 Ivy League Champion Team

Inaugural Class of 2006

The 1966-67 Columbia freshman team ranked as one of the best in the Metropolitan Area, whetting the basketball fans’ appetite for the 1967-68 varsity squad. Under the direction of head coach Jack Rohan, the Lions did not disappoint, winning their first four over Lehigh, CCNY, NYU, and Rutgers. But they lost their next three, all on the road, an Ivy League game at Cornell and contests against Georgetown and Fordham. They then headed into the Holiday Festival, then college basketball’s most prestigious in-season tournament, an eight-team affair held over three days at Madison Square Garden. The field boasted three top-20 opponents; West Virginia was first on the Lions’ path. The Lions stunned the nationally ranked Mountaineers, 94-68, and went on to defeat No. 2 Louisville, 74-67, to advance to the championship game of the tournament vs. St. John’s. The Lions defeated St. John’s, 60-55, to claim their first and only Holiday Festival title. Sophomore Jim McMillian was voted tournament MVP and the eyes of the basketball world turned toward Morningside Heights. Back in the Ivy League, the Lions piled it on. They avenged the early loss to Cornell and trounced the Big Red, 93-51, then topped Penn by 21 and powerful Princeton by nine. Dangerous Dartmouth was defeated on the road, but by only six points. Columbia then won at Harvard, 103-70. They met the same two teams back in New York, routing the Big Green, 86-58 and the Crimson, 115-56. The latter set Columbia’s all-time scoring record, which stood until a 118-90 victory over Wagner in 1977.

Three more victories followed, giving Columbia a streak of 16 triumphs, but the Lions dropped the final regular-season game at Princeton, 68-57, necessitating a playoff. Columbia fans packed St. John’s 6000-seat Alumni Hall for the Ivy League championship and the right to play in the NCAA tournament. In one of the greatest victories in Columbia history, the Lions defeated the Tigers 92-74 for the championship. They were victorious in their first NCAA game, defeating La Salle, 8369, but then lost in the East Regional semifinals to Davidson, 61-59, on the Wildcats’ “home turf” in Raleigh, North Carolina. Columbia concluded its dream season with a 95-75 victory over St. Bonaventure in the consolation game. Columbia had won 23 of 28 games, the most victories in school history, and finished the season ranked sixth in the nation. Jack Rohan was voted National Coach of the Year and both McMillian and 7-0 center Dave Newmark earned All-American honors. McMillian also was ECAC All-East and the ECAC Sophomore of the Year, and won the Haggerty Award as the top player in New York City.

1950-51 Eastern Champion Team Class of 2008 From 1946 to 1950, the Columbia Lions were one of the top college basketball teams in the east. In four years under head coach Gordon Ridings, the Lions won 77 percent of their games, and won the championship of the Eastern Intercollegiate League – the precursor to the Ivy League – twice, finishing second the other two seasons. Hopes were high on Morningside Heights for another outstanding year in 1950-51. The Lions had won their last nine games of the 194950 season. Captain John Azary was coming off a 423-point season, the most prolific scoring year in Columbia Basketball history – and the Lions were returning a deep squad of talented upper classmen and rising sophomores. Just prior to the campaign – Columbia was dealt a significant blow when coach Ridings took ill with a heart attack just days before the season. Assistant coach Lou Rossini stepped in and took over as acting head coach – at the age of 29. After a tuneup over an alumni team, Columbia tipped off the season at University Gymnasium on December 6, 1950, and gave a glimpse of the season to come with a 41-point thrashing of Amherst College, 79-38. Throughout December the wins kept coming, including four straight on the road as Columbia ended the calendar year with a perfect 7-0 record. The Eastern Intercollegiate Basketball League season began in January and the Lions faced their traditional slate of Ivy foes.

In the League opener, Bob Reiss led the way with 19 points and 12 rebounds in an 85-45 blowout of the Cornell Big Red. The second league game was against arch-rival Princeton – the defending league champions. With seconds remaining, and the game in the balance, sixth man Robert Sullivan stole the ball and went in for the layup in a 53-52 victory, the Lions closest call all year. In an era where teams averaged less than 40% from the field, Tom Powers led the team - and the conference - in shooting percentage, hitting on 47% of his shots in league play. Statisically, this team’s numbers are staggering: 12-0 in conference play, 21-0 overall, and 31 straight victories since the end of the 19491950 season. The Lions set team records in points per game, margin of victory and established a new Eastern League record for field goals. Although the Lions lost to a talented Illinois squad in the opening round of the NCAA tournament in a hard-fought 79-71 game – the legacy of this magnificent team still stands as one for the ages.

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Jim McMillian 1970CC Inaugural Class of 2006

New York City high schools turn out an abundance of scholastic basketball AllAmericans each year. Few choose to attend an Ivy League college and even fewer opt for Columbia.

season ranked sixth in the nation.

“Jimmy Mac” did and Columbia will never forget him.

In leading Columbia to a three-year mark of 63-14, McMillian not only was a three-time All-American and All-Ivy Leaguer, he was AllEast each year, the ECAC Sophomore of the Year, and became the first person ever to earn the Haggerty Award in each of his three varsity seasons.

After playing on the freshman team his first year at Columbia, McMillian moved up to the varsity in 1967-68. Teaming up with several other talented players, McMillian led the Lions to the winningest season in the school’s history, a 23-5 campaign that included the Ivy League championship (he won the Haggerty Award as the top collegiate player in New York City), the Holiday Festival in Madison Square Garden (defeating West Virginia, Louisville and St. John’s on successive days) and reaching the second round of the NCAA Championships. McMillian, the Holiday Festival MVP, drew national attention as Columbia finished the

The success continued the next two years, as Columbia posted 20-4 and 20-5 seasons, narrowly missing Ivy titles each year. Jimmy Mac was All-Ivy and All-American each season.

He scored 1758 career points (then a record, now second) and averaged 22.9 points per game (second-best then and now). He is also second in career rebounds (743) and holds the season records for field goals in a season (253) and career (677). He was drafted in the first round by both the L.A. Lakers of the NBA and N.Y. Nets of the ABA. He chose the Lakers and spent three years there, scoring 3714 points, an average of 15.3 per game.

John Azary 1951CC Class of 2008, posthumous

John Azary was born and raised in New York City where he learned to play basketball on the hard cement of the schoolyard grounds. Azary began his career at Columbia with large shoes to fill, replacing the great Walt Budko, who had just graduated Columbia to pursue a career in the National Basketball Association. In his first year at Columbia, Azary scored 298 points in 20 games, averaging 14.9 ppg, surpassing Budko’s first-year scoring record. Throughout his career at Columbia, Azary was always one of the hardest workers on the team, on and off the court. Always the first to come to practice and the last to leave, head coach Gordon Ridings said, “I never saw a harder

worker than John. He once stayed an hour after practice taking foul shots because he had missed two out of ten free throws in the previous night’s game.” Along with being a basketball superstar, John Azary was a member of the National Guard. While at Pine Camp, N.Y., one summer for National Guard training, Azary caught a piece of shrapnel in his thigh during an exercise where live ammunition was being used. He was hospitalized for a month and his college basketball career was in question, but the wound eventually healed and he was able to successfully reclaim the Lions’ court. After four stellar years, Azary graduated Columbia College in 1951 with a sociology degree. After military service in the Korean War, he continued his basketball career in the Eastern League, a professional minor league. On September 15, 1981, Azary passed away at the age of 51.

Walt Budko 1948CC Class of 2008

In the early days of the National Basketball Association, Columbia’s own Walt Budko became one of its pioneers. The sixth overall draft pick in the 1948 draft, he went on to play professionally for four seasons, including one as player-coach for the Baltimore Bullets. Budko grew up in Brooklyn, and attended Franklin K. Lane High School and Trinity Prep. After high school, Budko continued his academic and basketball careers at Columbia. He arrived in September 1942 and made the varsity team in his first year under wartime eligibility rules. In his rookie season, he tied the all-time Columbia single-season scoring record by totaling 251 points in 18 games. Also in his first year, Budko played an astonishing 706 minutes out of a total of 720 minutes throughout the entire season.

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Naval service split Budko’s tenure at Columbia after his sophomore year. Budko spent roughly three years in the Navy, 15 months of that time stationed in the Pacific. He returned in 1946 to finish his last two years at Columbia, newly married. In the 1946-47 season, Budko scored 315 points in 20 games setting a new Columbia record. A four-time All-Ivy League honoree, Budko graduated in 1948 with more basketball accolades than anyone who preceded him, bringing a new face to Columbia Basketball. Budko played professionally in Baltimore and Philadelphia for four years. He eventually left basketball to join the business world, working as a construction engineer and in real estate sales before finding his calling in insurance sales. Budko worked in insurance sales from 1958 until his retirement in 1995. He is married with four children, one of whom, Pete Budko, starred on the basketball court for the University of North Carolina.

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Alton Byrd 1979CC Class of 2008

Alton Byrd flew from San Francisco to New York, excited to see what Columbia could offer him. Four years later, Byrd left as one of the most decorated basketball players in Columbia history. If that wasn’t enough, Byrd took his skills overseas and became known as “Great Britain’s greatest ambassador of the game.”

Byrd was selected by the Boston Celtics in the tenth round of the draft, but didn’t make the team, however, he had another offer awaiting him. A Columbia alumnus, David Dubow ‘56BUS, offered Bryd the opportunity to work in his market research company in London and play for a basketball team he owned, Crystal Palace.

Byrd made an immediate impact, being named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year after his first varsity season. The point guard would go on to receive first team All-Ivy League recognition in his three seasons.

Once again, Byrd’s impact was immediately felt, as Crystal Palace went 50-5 during his first year in England. He was named the Player of the Year in the British professional league after the 1979-80 and 1980-81 seasons.

Despite only playing three varsity seasons, Byrd still holds the career and single season records for assists. His 210 and 193 assists rank first and second all-time in a single season, while his 526 career assists is in a world of is own.

Byrd remained in the British Isles for almost 15 years as a player, coach, and team president. He is regarded as the most important figure in the growth of British basketball. He returned to the United States in the 1990s, joining the NBA’s Sacramento Kings as a vice president.

A three-year captain, Byrd was awarded the Frances Naismith Award by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, given to the nation’s top collegiate player under six feet tall, elected after his senior season.

Bruce Gehrke 1948CC Class of 2008, posthumous

Bruce Gehrke was a typical three-sport star coming out of Sewanhaka High School in Floral Park, Long Island, but it was football that eventually became paramount in Gehrke’s life. It was a good choice for the future Columbia great who eventually went on to play for his hometown New York Giants and spent several years coaching high school football and basketball on his native Long Island. Gehrke began his collegiate career at Columbia in September 1942. In his first year, he starred on the varsity football, basketball and baseball teams. The following year, Gehrke played shortstop for Columbia’s 1944 championship baseball team, while training for the Navy. Hugely popular among his teammates and fellow students, Gehrke had that intangible flair for color that made him a crowd pleaser. His play, in every sport, was daring and spectacular, with little regard for personal

safety, yet he was as crafty a competitor as anyone could have been. Even competition in three varsity sports couldn’t fill Gehrke’s appetite for athletics, so he coached his fraternity basketball team in intramural play. Gehrke’s college career was cut into two parts when he spent a year with the Navy overseas in Okinawa during World War II. He returned to Columbia for his junior year in September 1946. Gehrke graduated from Columbia in 1948, finishing a phenomenal career that included a league title in baseball, two in basketball as well as some of the Lions’ most successful football seasons.

Buck Jenkins 1993CC Class of 2008

In the history of Columbia Basketball, nobody has ever scored more points in a Lion uniform than Leonard “Buck” Jenkins. His 1,767 career points at Columbia is a record that still stands today. An impact player from the moment he arrived on Morningside Heights, Jenkins was part of the revitalization of Columbia Basketball in the early 1990s. In his sophomore season, Jenkins put the Ivy League on notice with his slashing style of play – averaging 18 points per game and being selected to the All-Ivy League first team. That year, on February 15, 1991, Jenkins torched the Harvard Crimson for 47 points – a school record which stands today. Even more impressive was that he didn’t even attempt a single three-point field goal, allowing Jenkins to be paired with Shaquille O’Neal as the only two collegians that season to score 40 or more points in a game without the benefit of a three-pointer.

Jenkins was the Lions’ leading scorer in each of his final three seasons, named first-team All Ivy League each time. In his senior year, Jenkins led the Lions to a 16-10 record and a second place finish in the Ivy League, averaging 22.2 points per game on his way to being named Ivy League Player of the Year and first-team All-Metropolitan. After playing for two years in Europe and serving an assistant coach at his alma mater, Jenkins now resides in Georgia and works at Inner Strength, Inc., a youth development program that uses basketball as a tool to mentor and better shape the lives of young males.

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Lou Bender 1932CC

Class of 2010, posthumous

A basketball pioneer during the Great Depression, Lou Bender was a scoring machine during a time when scoring was at a premium. The master of the two-handed set shot, Bender led the 1930 and 1931 Columbia teams to consecutive Eastern Intercollegiate League titles and helped popularize basketball in New York City during the Great Depression. A New York City native, Bender attended DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx before coming to Columbia. In January 1931, former mayor Jimmy Walker organized a college basketball tripleheader to raise money for unemployment relief. In one game of the tripleheader at the old Madison Square Garden, Bender led all scorers with eight points as Columbia defeated Fordham, 26-18. The event, which also featured Manhattan, NYU, St. John’s and City College, raised $22,000.

A three-time All-Eastern League honoree, Bender was also a two-time All-American for the Lions. He was the league’s leading scorer in both of Columbia’s championship seasons in 1930 and 1931, averaging just shy of 10 points a game. “I give Lou a lot of credit, because those were the days before the shot clock was invented, so 10 points a game was quite a feat,” former St. John’s coach Lou Carnesecca said in an interview with The New York Times. “In those days, if you missed a shot, you might not see the ball again for a month.” Bender earned his law degree from Columbia Law School in 1935 and went on to play professional basketball for the original Celtics, the Union City Reds and Boston Trojans of the American Basketball League, the precursor to today’s National Basketball Association. Bender finished his basketball career with the independent New York Whirlwinds in 1941 and later became a defense attorney. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 99 at his home in Florida, survived by his wife Jean, a Barnard graduate, his four children and 11 grandchildren.

John J O'Brien 1938 Class of 2010, posthumous

Known as “Columbia Jack,” John J. O’Brien was the true “jack of all trades.” A twotime All-American in basketball at Columbia, O’Brien followed in Lou Bender’s footsteps to make the decade of the 1930s a landmark era for Columbia Basketball. O’Brien was the Eastern Intercollegiate Basketball League scoring champion in 1937 and was named All-American in 1937 and 1938. O’Brien turned pro in 1940 and played professional basketball for the New York Gothams, Brooklyn Visitations and Baltimore Bullets of the American Basketball League, the precursor to today’s National Basketball Association.

O’Brien transitioned easily into his role as player/coach for the Hartford Hurricanes in the late 1940s and then became a renowned and respected professional basketball official. A renowned advocate for youth sports, O’Brien helped lead the charge to reinstitute football at his alma mater, Windsor (Conn.) High School. He was also recognized in the Windsor community for spearheading youth and adult recreational programs in baseball and flag football. Honored by the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame and the Helms Foundation Hall of Fame as one of top 25 athletes of the first half of the 20th century, O’Brien was one of the best all-around athletes of his time. O’Brien lived in Windsor until his death in June 1994

Gerald Sherwin 1955CC Class of 2010

Gerry Sherwin has been a fixture in Columbia’s athletics department for a lifetime and everyone who has known Gerry is better for it. Sherwin was a men’s basketball manager as an undergraduate in Columbia College and also played baseball. He was heavily involved at WKCR-FM, where he hosted a nightly sports program and broadcasted several of Columbia’s intercollegiate contests, ranging from football to fencing. It was after his 1955 graduation where Sherwin did his best work. After serving in the United States Army for two years, Sherwin began a renowned career in communications and marketing. He held

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senior positions with Grey Advertising, 1010 WINS Radio and Bozell Advertising, to name a few. In those spots, he got to know many people while still holding strong to his Columbia Blue connections. Sherwin has served with many of Columbia’s alumni groups. He is the President Emeritus of the Columbia College Alumni Association, Chair of the Columbia College Admissions Recruitment Committee, President of his beloved Class of 1955, Chairman Emeritus of the Men’s Basketball Alumni Advisory Committee and Past President of Columbia’s Varsity C Club. During that time, Sherwin has mentored hundreds of Columbia student-athletes, helping guide students in looking for a career, while remaining a vocal supporter of all of Columbia’s varsity teams.

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Neil Farber 1965CC Class of 2012

Neil Farber finished his Columbia career with a solidified spot in the record books in two sports. Farber graduated as the secondhighest scorer in Columbia history on the basketball court, while also collecting the second-most career wins as a starting pitcher on the baseball diamond. Playing under the tutelage Hall of Fame Coach Jack Rohan from 1962-65, Farber tallied 1,236 points, which today stands as the eight-highest career total in Columbia men's basketball history. His 18.4 points per game scoring average ranks fourth among the alltime scorers in Columbia history. His performance on the basketball court led to a trio of All-Ivy League selections beginning in his sophomore season and continuing through his senior campaign. Farber was also an honorable mention recipient of the Haggerty Award, an award given to New York's top Division I basketball player each year. As dominant a scorer as Farber was on the hardwood, he was equally as dominant on the pitching mound. His career 2.70 earned run average and 200-plud innings pitched, places him among the top-five all-time pitchers in Columbia baseball history. During his playing days with Columbia baseball, Farber was selected as the

Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League Player of the Year, Sophomore of the Year, and an EIBL first team selection. Following his career at Columbia, Farber went on to a successful career working with numerous athletic organizations. Farber used his first job out of college at CBS to move on to a position with the New York Yankees as a radio and television producer. He spent time as the Director of Advertising at the NHL, embracing the opportunity to work with Fortune 500 Companies and Hall of Fame athletes. Farber has spent the last 28 years with Professional Sports Publication, promoting some of the best athletes in the world, as well as selling advertising for over 400 publications, including Columbia football and basketball game programs and yearbooks.

Jack Rohan

Class of 2012, posthumous Jack Rohan's history with Columbia dates back to his days as a student from 1949-1953. As an undergrad, Rohan was a member of the men's basketball team. The 1950-51 team, of which he was a part, went undefeated in the regular season, and was inducted into the Columbia Athletics Hall of Fame. Rohan went on to earn his master's degree from the Teacher's College in 1957. Rohan is most famously known as the most successful men's basketball coach in Columbia's history, after taking over as head coach in 1962. In his sixth season at the helm of the Columbia basketball program in 1967-68, Rohan was selected as National Coach of the Year. His team went 23-5 that year, wining the Ivy League title and finishing the season ranked sixth in the nation. Three members of the 1967-68 team went on to play professionally, most notably Jim McMillian, an NBA Champion with the Los Angeles Lakers. At the peak of his career, Rohan built Columbia's men's basketball into an Eastern powerhouse, recruiting talented student-athletes, and bringing them together with coaching expertise that befuddled opponents.

Rohan stepped away from his position as head men's basketball coach in 1974 to become the tenured chair of physical education. Unable to stay from coaching altogether, Rohan took over as the golf coach in 1976, and remained involved with basketball as a camp lecturer, broadcaster and as a writer. He would return to the sidelines in 1990 for another fiveyear stint as the Lion's head coach. In his second time around, Rohan once again brought the Lions to contention. In 1993, with all-time leading scorer Buck Jenkins on the floor, Coach Rohan on the bench, Columbia roared to a 10-4 season in the Ivy League, good for second place. Upon retiring in 1995, Rohan left the program as the all-time wins leader with 198 and games coached at 445.

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-EEarle, V.-1901-03(C) Egee, Steve '12- 2009-12 (C) Elias, Henry-1901-03(C) En’Wezoh, Zach ’16-2013 Erdheim, Martin '62-1960-62(C) Erlenbach, Gerald '63-1962 Erlich, John '59-1957-58 Evans, Gerald '51-1951(M) Evans, Robert '73-1972-73 -FFalk, Byron '60-1960(M) Fallot, Leon '43-1941-42 Farber, Neil '65-1963-65(C) Farrell, T. '19-1919-20(C) Felsinger, Stanley '66-1964-66 Feldmann, Danny '14-2011 Fettuch, C.-1906 Fickeissen, George '54-1952-54 Fields, Davey '82-1979, 1981 Finley, Michael '75-1975 Fisher, Harry-1903, 1904-05 Foerster, W. '14-1914(M) Fogel, Bruce '70-1968-70 Foley, Patrick '10 - 2007-10(C) Fontana, Joseph '48-1946-47(M) Forte, Chester '57-1955, 1957(C) Foschi, Robert '75-1973 Fox, Thomas-1944 Franco, Don '61-1961 Frankoski, Steve '15-2011, 2013 Free, Richard '79-1977-79(C) Friedland, Lewis '66-1966(M) Fuchs, Matthew '97-1994-97 -GGailus, Robert '71-1970-71 Gang, Michael '59-1959 Ganzenmuller, August, Jr. '37-193537 Ganzenmuller, August, III '67-196567 Garcia, Joseph-1945 Garnevicus, Thomas '69-1968 Gately, Michael- 2007 Gehrke, Bruce '48-1943-44, 194748 Geiger, Ernest '38-1938 Germann, Kenneth '43-1941, 1943 Gerstman, David '56-1956(M) Gerussi, B.-1907, 1908, 1909 Gilbert, George-1945 Gilligan, John '40-1939-40 Gilson, Brad ’16-2013 Glynn, James '63-1961-63 Goebel, William '63-1963(M) Goodman, F.-1901, 1902 Gordon, Jerome '54-1952-54 Gordon, Lawrence '71-1969-71 Gordon, Richard '83-1980-83 Grandison, Aaron '77-1975 Green, Van '14-2011-12 Greenspan, Joel '70-1968 Gregory, George '31-1929-31(C) Griffin, Michael '65-1963-65 Griffin, Robert '72-1970 Grzan, John-Michael '06 - 200406(C) Guittar, Leroy '53-1952-53 Gwydir, Thomas '86-1984-86 -HHackett, Ralph-1930 Haley, Michael '77-1975 Hardaway, Mark '75-1973-75(C) Harris, Jacob '61-1959

Harris, Melissa '95B-1992(M) Hartman, Leonard '33-1931-33 Hartman, Stephen '63-1962-63 Harvin, Theodore '59-1957 Harwood, Stanley '50-1949 Hassan, David '78-1976-77(C) Hasslinger, William '42-1940-42 Hawkins, Derek '83-1980-83 Henkind, Paul '55-1955 Hernandez, Patrick '99-1996-98, 2000 Herskowitz, Michael '72-1972(M) Hill, Egan '03 - 2000-01 Hill, Tito '05 - 2002-05 Hochette, H. '17-1917(M) Hodupp, Joseph '33-1931-32 Hoffman, David '61-1959 Hoffman, Joel '67-1966-67(C) Holland, Trever '89-1987-88 Holmes, Dane '92-1989-90, 1992 Holt, Ronald '91-1989-90(C) Hurley, Marcus-1904-07(C) -IImmerman, Bruce '79-1977(M) Irvine, Jaime '03-2001 Iverson, James '59-1958 -JJacques, S. '13-1912-13(C) Jelinsky, Michael '93-1990-91 Jenkins, Leonard "Buck" '93-199093(C) Johnson, Frederick '95-1994-95(C) Johnson, J. '19-1920 Johnson, Matt '12- 2009-12 Johnson, Richard '53-1953 Jones, David '32-1930, 1931-32 Jones, W. Foley '73-1971-73(C) -KKaigle, Robert '77-1975 Kaplan, Alex '50-1948-50 Kaplan, Harold '59-1958-59 Kedron, Suzan '92C-1990(M) Kehoe, Kevin '77-1975 Kemp, E. '19-1920(M) Kennedy, Kristine '91-1988(M) Kessler, Richard-1928(M) Kiendl, Ted-1908-11(C) Kilborne, K. '16-1916(M) Kimbel, W.-1908-09 Kirchmyer, Ray '26-1926 Klink, Arthur '65-1963-65 Kohlbusch, A. '13-1913(M) Kornsand, E. '16-1915 Kowalski, Dean '13-2010,-13 (C) Kravic, Dragutin '06 - 2003-06 Ksieniewicz, Charles '67-1967 Kutlow, Herbert '56-1954-56 Kutlow, Jay '80-1979-80(C) -LLampros, George '49-1948-49(M) Land, Matthew '05-2002-05(C) Lane, Neil '56-1956 Laub, William '26-1926 Lautkin, Arthur '32-1930, 1932 Lawson, Andrew '36-1936(M) Lay, Mark '85-1982-85(C) Leede, John '54-1954 Lee, J. '15-1912-15 Lee, Paul '86-1984-86(C) Lee, W.-1910-11 Leggett, Stanton '38-1937-38 Lehman, Edwin '54-1952-54 Lehner, Robert '57-1955-57

2013-14 FACT BOOK All-Time Letterwinners Leonard, C. '17-1917 Leslie, Porter '06- 2004 Levine, Morton '56-1954,-56 Lewers, Cornett '76-1974-75 Lewis, Frank '51-1949-51 Lewis, Peter '54-1953(M) Lhowe, Joseph '39-1939(M) Lim, Howard '74-1973-74(M) Livingston, Steven '91-1988,-91 Lo, Maodo ’16-2013 Lockspeiser, Lester '65-1963, 1965 Lockwood, William '49-1947, 49(C) Loeb, Michael '50-1950(M) Lolordo, Vincent '48-1944, 47 London, Herbert '60-1958-60 Lorch, John '27-1926-27(C) Loscalzo, Brett '08- 2005-08(C) Love, David '56-1955 Love, Elmer '78-1976-77 Lyles, Meiko ‘15-2011-12 Lynch, Joseph '81-1979 -MMaack, Herbert '42-1940, 1942 MacPhee, John '90-1987, 1989 MacQuarrie, Alan '05-2002-05 Macioce, Thomas '39-1937-39(C) Madden, William '28-1926-28(C) Maduri, Anthony '87-1984-85 Magurk, Donald-1928-30 Mahoney, Kurt '81-1979,-81 Mahon, R.-1908, 1910-11 Mannheim, Alfred '26-1926(C) Maratos, Stanley '53-1951-53 Maroon, Tufik '34-1934 Marshall, Sherrod '50-1947-50 Martens, Lester '44-1942-43(C) Marusich, Steve '94-1992-94 Mase, Issa '12- 2009-10 Matsui, K.J. '09-2006-09 Matthews, Philip '59-1957-59(C) Matthews, Wesley '10 - 2007 Mayo, Derrick '02 - 2000-02 Mboya, Anthony '01 - 1998-99 McAuliffe, Brian '74-1973 McBrien, Michael '02-1999-02 McCottry, Marco '03-2001-03(C) McCoy, Robert '32-1931-32 McCulloch, Kenneth '65-1963-65 McDowell, Owen '34-1932-34(C) McGrain, Jonathan '86-1984-85(M) McElaney, John '80-1978-79 McIlvennan, Stewart '42-1940-42(C) McIntyre, John '74-1973(M) McIvor, Kevin '86-1984-86 McMillian, James '70-1968-70(C) McPhee, Ronald '55-1954-55(C) Medvedeff, Vadim '41-1939 Meenan, Dan '14-1912-14(C) Meikle, George '85-1983-84 Meisel, William '34-1933-34 Melitzer, Samuel '09-1906-09 Melton, Murray '61-1959-60 Mendelsohn, A.-1911 Merckel, Frederick, Jr. '50-194950(M) Merley, Michael '01-1998-01(C) Metz, Bruce '69-1968-69 Metz, Gregory '92-1989 Middleton, William-1928-30 Milenko, Irving '47-1946-47 Milkey, Rudolph '58-1956-58(C) Miller, Jason '09-2006-09 Mitchell, Juan '79-197-79 Molinas, Jack '53-1951-53(C) Moller, George-1944

Moloney, Herbert, Jr. '43-1943(M) Monks, Edward '71-1970 Montgomery, Mack '08- 2005-08(C) Moore, Dennis '76-1974, 1976(C) Moore, G.-1905-06 Morales, Karla '94-1992(M) Morgan, Wayne-1944 Morris, Donald '67-1967(M) Moskowitz, Monroe '48-1947 Moss, Monroe '48-1948 Mueller, William '26-1926(M) Mullins, Grant ’16-2013 Muñoz, Victor '02-1999-02 Murphy, Mark '86-1983-86 Murphy, Maurice '04-2001-04(C) Murphy, Paul '63-1961-63 Murray, Timothy '73-1972-73 Myers, Albert '40-1939-40 -NNaley, John '55-1953-54 Namolik, Justin '99-1996-99 Nash, William '36-1934-36(C) Naylor, John '40-1938-40(C) Needleman, Stanley '60-1958-60 Nelson, Genevieve '90GS-1990(M) Newmark, David '68-1966, 1968 Newsome, Lars '76-1974 Nolan, Leo'09-2006-07 Norris, Mount '28-1926 Northcott, John '37-1937(M) Nwachukwu, Ben '08- 2005-08 -OObey, Edward '31-1929-31 O'Brien, James '44-1943 O'Brien, John '38-1936-38(C) O'Connell, Frank-1901-04(C) O'Connell, John '77-1975 Odorico, John-1944 Okorodudu, Yon '93-1993 Olsen, Gunnar '50-1949 Orcutt, John '55-1955(M) Osetkowski, Cory '15-2012-13 Osterhout, E. '12-1912 Outlaw, Vernon '81-1980-81(C) Owens, Chris '04- 2004 Ozeir, Samer '15-2011-13 -PPacker, Henry-1927(M) Palumbo, Joseph-1945 Pashayan, Albert '44-1942 Pellino, Stephen '73-1972-73 Petrucelli, William '51-1949 Petrunoff, Ron '84-1984 Picariello, Ayana '95C-1993-95(M) Piscina, Thomas '13-2010 Piskun, Boris '96-1994-96 Plantada, Cassey '96C-1994-95(M) Poch, Herbert '49-1945-49 Portnoy, Fred '63-1961 Powers, Thomas '51-1949-51 Preston, Matthew '05-2002-05(C) Primich, Frank '42-1941-42 Prioleau, Romona '88-1987(M) Profant, John-1945 Prouser, Richard '69-1969(M) Pruitt, Christopher '85-1984 -QQuinn, Paddy ’16-2013 -RRafal, Harold-1938-39 Raimondo, Gary '99-1996-99(C)

Ratshin, Jon '96-1996(M) Reilly, Maurice '23-1923 Reiss, Robert '52-1950-52 Retano, Samuel '40-1938-39 Reynolds, R.'15-1913-14 Richmond, Robert '41-1941 Rieger, Fred '28-1926-28 Robbins, Philip '63-1962-63 Roberts, Arthur '65-1964 Roberts, C. '16-1913 Roberts, H. '15-1915(M) Robinson, Merrill, Jr. '38-1936 Rodin, Richard '60-1958-60(C) Rogers, A.-1903-04 Rohan, John '53-1951-353 Rosenberg, Alex '15-2011, 2013 Rosenfeld, Howard '53-1953 Rosenthal, Robert '61-1961(M) Rossini, Lucio '47-1946 Rothenfeld, Jack '27-1926-27 Rutecki, Richard '81-1979 Ryan, J.-1906-09 (C) Ryan, Patricia '89-1989(M) -SSafran, Frank '58-1958(M) Sager, William '21-1921(M) Sanders, Omar '93-1990-93 Schaefer, Elwyn, Jr. '66-1966 Schatz, Eugene '79-1978-79 Schiller, Jonathan '69-1967-69 Schneider, Robert '64-1964(M) Schnepp, C.-1908 Schoenfeld, Samuel-1930 Scholz, Carl '84-1982-84(C) Schwartz, Stephanie '88C1987-88(M) Scott, Niko '10 -200-10(C) Scrivano, Skylar-2013 Settles, Mark '86-1983-86 Shannon, Matthew '89-1986-89(C) Shapiro, Philip '74-1973 Shaskin, Edward '75-1975(M) Sherwin, Gerald '55-1955(M) Shockley, Edgar '78-1976 Siergiej, John '33-1933 Simon, Marc '02-2001-02 Skinner, Norman '50-1945-50 Small, Allen '62-1962 Smith, Arthur '31-1927, 1931(M) Smith, C.-1907 Smith, Dale '85-1982-85 Smith, David-1929 Smith, Gregory '81-1979-80 Smith, Theodore '47-1947(M) Smith, Vladimar-1927 Smith, William '32-1932(M) Soifer, Matthew '76-1976(M) Sorrells, Galen '89-1986-88 Speaker, Eric '92-1989-92(C) Spooner, Paul '70-1968 Sprenkle, Arthur '67-1966-67 Springwater, Noah '15-2011-13 Staab, Blaise '12- 2009-12 Starke, George '71-1969-70 Starks, Dyami '14-2011 Steigman, Joseph '32-1933 Stein, Alan '52-1950-52(C) Stevens, Darius '15-2012 Steward, Russell '92-1989-92 Stewart, Joseph '77-1975 Stewart, Walter '86-1985-86 Strober, Murray '48-1946,-47 Sullivan, John '26-1926 Sullivan, Robert '51-1949-51 Sweet, Kashif '08 - 2005-08

-TTannenbaum, Michael '59-1959(M) Tellefsen, Gerald '60-1958-59 Thomas, Franklin '56-1954-56(C) Thomas, George '69-1967-68 Thomas, Scott '86-1984 Thompkins, C.J. '97-1994-97(C) Tillman, Gregory '72-1972 Tomb, Thomas '35-1933-35 Tooter, Howard '66-1966(M) Townsend, H.-1903 Trepanier, Dan '09-2006-09 Tubridy, James '96-1994-96(C) Turbenbach, C.-1904-05 Tynan, Martin '21-1920-21(C) Tys, Remy '30-1928, 1929, 1930(C) Twer, Ethan '96-1995-96 -UUhrbach, George-1928,-29 -VVan Halem, William '55-1954-55 Van Keuren, Robert '62-1962(M) Vaske, John '88-1986-88 Veeder, L.-1913 Vogel, Albert '49-1946-48 Vollmer, Joseph '37-1935-37 Vom Saal, Fred-1929(M) Von Sholly, Bernard-1901-05(C) -WWachob, Jason '98-1995-98 Wachtel, Paul '61-1961(M) Walaszek, Roger '69-1967-69(C) Waterer, J.J. '94-1992-94 Watkins, Will '98-1995 Watson, John '33-1933(M) Watson, Robert-1927-28 Wax, Albert '62-1962 Wegener, J. '17-1914 Weiner, Edward '57-1957(M) Weinstein, S. '20-1920 Weinstock, Arthur '41-1941(M) Wein, Lawrence '63-1963 Weisberg, Herbert '65-1965(M) Werksman, Richard '54-1954(M) Westenberg, David '81-1979-81(C) White, M.-1906-07 Whitley, Thomas, Jr. '52-1952(M) Wiedemann, Christian '03 - 200003(C) Wilhite, Michael '78-1976, 1978 Wilkov, Lawrence '54-1953-54(C) Williams, Leon '71-1970-71 Williams, Todd '86-1985-86 Will, Leonard '42-1940-41 Wilson, Harold '25-1924(-25(C) Winslow, Edgar '42-1942 Wish, Peter '56-1956(C) Wolfe, Elliot '71-1969-71(C) Wolff, Clifford '38-1936-38 Woliansky, Arthur '64-1962 Wood, Garland '65-1963 Wood, Thomas-1945-46 Woods, Douglas '88-1986-88(C) Woody, James '92-1989 Worthington, Dodson '06 -2003-04 Wright, William '52-1952(M) Wyker, Arthur '49-1946 -YYasser, Abram '99-1996,-99 Yerzley, Thomas '35-1935(M) -Z-

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2013-14 FACT BOOK Sports Information/ Media Relations Staff

Directions To Francis A. Levien Gymnasium ♦ From NORTH, SOUTH, or WEST: West Side Highway to 125th Street exit. Turn left if going south, right if going north, at the light onto 125th Street, and proceed to Amsterdam (fourth light). Turn right on Amsterdam, and continue south to the campus. If you have a parking pass, enter at 119th Street. If not, see “Parking” below. ♦ From EAST: Take the FDR Drive to 125th Street.

Follow 125th Street west to Amsterdam Ave. and turn left. Follow WEST directions.

♦ From QUEENS/LONG ISLAND: Take the Triborough

BROCK MALONE Associate Director

MIKE KOWALSKY Associate Director/ MBB Contact

Bridge to 125th Street. Follow EAST directions.

♦ By NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY: Take Broadway/7th Avenue IRT No. 1 Local to 116th Street (exits at Columbia campus gates). ♦ FAN PARKING: Available on local streets and in a parking garage on W. 122nd St., east of Broadway. Team buses park on the street, adjacent to the campus gate, between 116 and 119th St. on Amsterdam.

NOTE: The Columbia box office and media will-call window is located on 120th Street near the corner of Broadway and can enter through the doors to the left of the box office. Fans with pre-purchased tickets and media members with credentials can also enter the gym via the Dodge Physical Fitness Center, located at Broadway and West 119th Street; accessible through the 116th Street gates. Parking Parking at Levien Gymnasium is extremely limited. Onsite parking will be prioritized for 1) Electronic media with equipment 2) Print media 3) Photo. Note: Parking passes for visiting schools’ administrative personnel will be sent to opponents’ Athletics Directors prior to the contest.

Credentials ♦ Requests for credentials should be received by the Office of Sport Information/Media Relations at least three days prior to the game. Send requests to Mike Kowalsky via email to mk3531@ columbia.edu. ♦ Late requests will be handled according to space limitations. Credentials will be left at the Will-Call Window on 120th Street near the corner of Broadway unless otherwise specified.

Interviews/In- and Post-Game Procedures ♦ Contact Mike Kowalsky with interview requests for players or Coach Smith, or to attend practice. ♦ Players are not available on game days until the post-game press conference. ♦ Players are not available on non-practice days unless special arrangements have been made. ♦ Coach Smith and requested players will be available at the postgame press conference in the media room on the third floor of Dodge Physical Fitness Center. ♦ Players are available upon request for approximately 30 minutes following a home game.

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DARLENE CAMACHO Associate Athletics Director

LAUREN BOOTS Assistant Director

SEAN ALSTON Assistant Director

(212 area code) Athletics Department.................................................. 854-2538 Sports Information/Media Relations............................. 854-2534 Men's Basketball Contact.................................... Mike Kowalsky Kowalsky Phone................................................... 212-854-7064 Kowalsky Email...................................... mk3531@columbia.edu Sports Information Fax................................................ 854-8168 Ticket Office.........................................................888-LIONS-11 Levien Gymnasium Press Row.............................. 854-854-1165 Web Site................................................. gocolumbialions.com

Broadcasts A minimum of 19 games (including 13 Ivy League home and away contests) will be streamed live with video and audio on the Columbia Athletics SideLION Pass on the Ivy League® Digital Network. The new platform will offer a user experience unlike any other to give fans an entirely new way to interact with the Lions. Catch all the action with Jerry Recco on playby-play with a series of color analysts that will include Dalen Cuff '06CC, Brett Loscalzo '08CC and James Buford.

TV/RADIO ROSTER

#1 Jeff coby fr. • F •6-8/220 pembroke pines, fla.

#2 isaac cohen so. • G • 6-4/210 orlando, fla.

#3 grant mullins So • g • 6-3/175 burlington, ontario

#4 kendall jackson fr. • G • 5-8/160 union city, calif.

#5 steve frankoski jr. • g • 6-2/175 florham park, n.j.

#11 zach en’wezoh so. • F •6-8/220 kennewick, wash.

#12 maodo lo so. • G • 6-3/180 berlin, germany

#13 alex rosenberg jr • f • 6-7/215 short hills, n.j.

#15 luke petrasek fr. • f • 6-10/205 union city, calif.

#20 paddy quinn so. • g • 6-1/175 ramsey, n.j.

#21 noah springwater jr. • g •6-3/175 san fracisco, calif.

#22 meiko lyles jr. • G • 6-3/190 nashville, tenn.

#23 cory osetkowski jr. • f/c • 6-10/265 rancho sante fe, calif.

#32 chris mcCOMBER fr. • F • 6-8/225 nepean, ontario

#52 conor voss fr. • c • 7-1/245 st. cloud, minn.

KYLE SMITH HEAD COACH

CARLIN HARTMAN ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

TODD GOLDEN ASSISTANT COACH

KEVIN HOVDE ASSISTANT COACH

MIKE MAGPAYO DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

2013-14 SCHEDULE

DATE OPPONENT NOVEMBER 9 MARYLAND-EASTERN SHORE 12 MANHATTAN (presented by 9A kitchen & lounge) 15 at MICHIGAN STATE ! 21 VS. NORTH TEXAS ! 22 AT PORTLAND ! 23 VS. IDAHO ! 26 AMERICAN

LOCATION

TV/MEDIA

LEVIEN GYMNASIUM ILDN 7 P.M. LEVIEN GYMNASIUM ILDN 7 P.M. EAST LANSING, MICH. BIG TEN NETWORK 9 P.M. PORTLAND ORE. 5 P.M. PORTLAND, ORE. 7:30 P.M. PORTLAND, ORE. 7:30 P.M. LEVIEN GYMNASIUM ILDN 7 P.M.

DECEMBER 1 AT ELON 4 ARMY 7 at BUCKNELL 9 UMASS-LOWELL 21 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 28 VS. ST. JOHN’S @ 30 AT COLGATE

ELON, N.C. LEVIEN GYMNASIUM ILDN LEWISBURG, PA. LEVIEN GYMNASIUM ILDN LEVIEN GYMNASIUM ILDN BROOKLYN, N.Y. fox sports 1 HAMILTON, N.Y.

JANUARY 4 ST. FRANCIS (BROOKLYN) 8 STONY BROOK 11 CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA 18 CORNELL * (presented by empire office) 25 at cornell * 31 AT YALE * FEBRUARY 1 AT BROWN * 7 AT PRINCETON * 8 AT PENN * 14 harvard * (presented by courtyard marriott) 15 dartmouth * 21 brown * 23 yale * (presented by melba’s) 28 AT dartmouth *

LEVIEN GYMNASIUM LEVIEN GYMNASIUM LEVIEN GYMNASIUM LEVIEN GYMNASIUM ithaca, n.y. NEW HAVEN, CONN.

ILDN ILDN ILDN ILDN ILDN ILDN

PROVIDENCE, R.I. PRINCETON, N.J. PHILADELPHIA, PA. LEVIEN GYMNASIUM levien gymnasium levien gymnasium levien gymnasium hanover, n.h.

ILDN ILDN ILDN ildn ildn ildn nbcsn ildn

march 1 AT harvard * 7 penn * 8 PRINCETON *

boston, mass. LEVIEN GYMNASIUM LEVIEN GYMNASIUM

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home games in columbia blue * - Ivy league game

TIME

2 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 4 P.M. 2:30 P.M. 7 P.M.

4 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. NOON 7 P.M.

7 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

7 p.m. 7 P.M. 7 p.m.

! - coaches vs. cancer classic @ - brooklyn hoops winter festival at barclays center


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