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EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY MEN’S

BASKETBALL

2011-2012 BLUEBOOK

ONE TIGER DRIVE, MARSHALL, TX 903.935-7963 WWW.ETBU.EDU

GENERAL INFORMATION

NAME ..........................................................East Texas Baptist University LOCATION .......................................................................Marshall, Texas CHARTERED ..................... 1912, Baptist General Convention of Texas ENROLLMENT ................................................................. 1,214 (Fall 2011) PRESIDENT ..........................................................................Dr. Dub Oliver DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS .................................................... Kent Reeves FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE ............................................... Dr. Will Walker SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR ..................................David Weaver NICKNAME ....................................................................................... Tigers COLORS ..........................................................................Navy and Gold ARENA .................................................................... Ornelas Gymnasium CAPACITY .........................................................................................1,700 CONFERENCE ........................................................American Southwest AFFILIATION ................................................................... NCAA Division III

2011-2012 TEAM QUICK FACTS

2010-2011 RECORD: 17-9 2010-2011 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH: 13-7, 2nd in ASC East Division HEAD COACH: Bert West (18th season) ASSISTANT COACH: Michael Prather STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH: Joe Brown BASKETBALL OFFICE PHONE: 903-923-2231 RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: 8 Mack Dunbar, P, 6-5, 190, Sr., Maud Jeremy LaGarde, G, 6-3, 185, Sr., New Orleans, La. Jaron Joseph, G, 6-1, 175, Jr., Dallas RJ Prince, G, 6-4, 200, Jr., Hornbeck, La. Darius Burton, G, 5-11, 195, Soph., Natchitoches, La. Ahnre’ Gray, P, 6-4, 250, Soph., Mexia Courtney Jones, G, 6-3, 190, Soph., Dallas Lance Loewe, G, 5-10, 175, Soph., Rockdale NEWCOMERS: 10

JEREMY LAGARDE SENIOR GUARD

2011 ASC EAST NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

SPORTS INFORMATION/MEDIA RELATIONS COVERING THE TIGERS

DAVID WEAVER

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR

CREDENTIALS

All requests for working press credentials can be made by phone at 903-9232129 or by e-mail to dweaver@etbu.edu no later than 24 hours before a game. Media in attendance will receive a pregame package and updated rosters and statistics for both teams. Game stats and play-by-play sheets are provided during media timeouts throughout the game. Following the game a postgame statistics package will be available within 30 minutes.

INTERVIEWS

All coach and player interviews are directed through the Sports Information Director. Coaches and players are allowed a 10-minute cooling-off period following the game before being made available for interviews. The Sports Information Director will conduct videotaped interviews of coaches and players following the game as needed which will be available on the university website.

PRESS ROW

The Press Row in Ornelas Gymnasium is available for working press and game officials. Seating at Press Row is extremely limited so it is advised that media seeking a spot at the table contact the Sports Information Director no later than 24 hours before a game so that a spot can be secured. Ample work space will be provided for the media in attendance in another area of Ornelas Gymnasium if space at Press Row is not available.

THE TIGER ROOM

Media and game workers in attendance may take advantage of ETBU’s Tiger Room, located just outside the east door of the floor of Ornelas Gym. Refreshments will be served for season ticket holders, media and game workers at halftime of each game.

WEBSITE

The East Texas Baptist University website, located at www.etbu.edu, offers comprehensive coverage of every ETBU athletics program. Included on each individual team page are updated schedules, statistics, rosters, coach information, information for potential recruits, and the most up-to-date news regarding ETBU athletics. Also included are links to the American Southwest Conference standings, statistics and news, as well as links to in-game coverage via audio, video, live stats, Facebook and Twitter.

BROADCASTS

All game broadcasts and/or video requests must be made at least one week prior to the game in question. We cannot guarantee space or telephone line availability unless prior arrangements and proper request has been made at least seven days before a game.

Alma Mater: Northwestern State University

Phone: 903-923-2129 E-Mail: dweaver@etbu.edu

David Weaver is in his 12th year as Sports Information Director at East Texas Baptist University. The 1995 graduate of Northwestern State University is responsible for public and media relations for the ETBU Athletic Department, covering 12 NCAA-sponsored sports. As S.I.D. Weaver is the official statistician for every sport at ETBU and also designs and writes media guides for all sports on campus. He also controls the content on the university’s athletics web site, at www.etbu.edu, and manages the sports information blog on the site. Weaver also facilitates the ETBU Athletics pages on Facebook and Twitter, which have become invaluable sources of media in relation to being about to get news out on the web quickly to fans of the Tigers. Tiger athletics interviews and video clips can now also be found on the university’s official YouTube site. Before joining the staff at ETBU in June of 2000, Weaver was sports editor of the Marshall News Messenger in his hometown of Marshall, Texas. He covered East Texas sports -- including ETBU - for five years from 1996-2000 and earned three Associated Press Managing Editor Awards for his writing. Prior to his work at the News Messenger, Weaver was managing editor at The Hardin County News in Lumberton, Texas, a weekly publication of The Beaumont Enterprise. He accepted the position of ETBU’s S.I.D. and began working at the university on June 1, 2000, just a few months before the start of the Tigers’ first football season in 50 years. Over the past 10 years he has also worked in the broadcast booth with radio work for the Tiger football, basketball and softball teams at ETBU. Away from his duties at ETBU, David enjoys spending time with his family and coaching youth baseball. He also enjoys reading and writing in his spare time. David and his wife, Jeannie, live in Hallsville, Texas with their children: son Coby, and daughters Melody, Abby and Lily.

SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF

WIRELESS INTERNET

ETBU’s on-campus wireless internet network, TigerNet, is available free of charge to media in attendance at Ornelas Gym.

SOCIAL NETWORKING

News, upcoming events and in-game updates are available on ETBU Athletics’ accounts on Facebook and Twitter. Follow ETBU Tiger Athletics on Facebook for up-to-date headlines, news about upcoming events, and in-game score updates, and follow ETBU_Tigers on Twitter for in-game updates and news as well.

CONTACT INFORMATION

To request game credentials, or for general questions regarding ETBU Athletics news, contact: David Weaver, Sports Information Director .......................... 903-923-2129 E-Mail: dweaver@etbu.edu 903-407-8320 (cell phone) 903-934-8115 (fax) ETBU Public Relations Office .............................................. 903-923-2130 ETBU Athletics Office ......................................................... 903-923-2228

Mike Midkiff

Jason Soles

Director of Public Relations Statistician

Kyle Brewer Statistician

ETBU FAST FACTS Name........................................... East Texas Baptist University Location ............................................................Marshall, Texas Founded ............................................................................. 1912 President............................................Dr. Samuel “Dub” Oliver Mailing Address ..............One Tiger Drive, Marshall, TX 75670 Main Switchboard ............................................... 903-935-7963 Admissions Office ............................................. 1-800-804-ETBU Website............................................................. www.etbu.edu Athletics Affiliation ......................................... NCAA Division III Mascot ..............................................................................Tigers School Colors ...................................................Navy and Gold Enrollment (Fall 2011) ....................................................... 1,214 Student/Faculty Ratio ........................................................ 15:1 Average Class Size ................................................................ 20

EMBRACING FAITH.

Our faith affects, well, everything. It changes the way you think about your life and about the world around you. As ETBU students are encouraged and equipped to grow spiritually, they flourish in every other way. We want to encourage a deeper faith in Christ in our students. That means we want them to be inspired to believe and grow, not just told what to believe. We want them to experience real change, not just follow a list of rules. We’ve found that real growth and life happen best in a true community. The ETBU campus is just that -- a close-knit group of students, faculty and staff from a wide variety of backgrounds. It’s more common for them to refer to ETBU as “home” than as “school.” That difference -- both formed by a common faith and encouraging a deeper faith -- matters.

ENGAGING MINDS.

College exists to educate you. But what does that mean? Does it mean you leave with a brain full of information? With skills for a better job? With a diploma to hang on the wall? All of that is part of it. We just believe there is more to education. We believe you attend college not only to educate your mind, but also to engage it. And we believe you should leave college not only with the tools for a career, but also with wisdom for life. That starts, of course, with an exceptional classroom experience. At ETBU, degreed faculty -- experts in their fields -- teach our classes. You interact with professors and classmates as you learn, and classes are small enough to allow for a true interactive learning experience.

EMPOWERING LEADERS.

The shared goal of everyone at ETBU is this: when you leave us, you leave not merely with a degree, but with a purpose. That purpose is different for everyone, but the common theme is that our students are prepared to be light to the world wherever they go, whatever they do. And that’s why we believe that college is about all of you, not just your brain. It’s about growing in the ways you want to grow -- and in the ways you can’t imagine growing. It’s about experiencing community and expanding your mind. It’s about becoming who God created you to be for the rest of your life. That only happens in a place where everyone is completely invested in that kind of campus -- where faculty and staff really know their students and pour into their lives, both in and out of the classroom -- where students’ passions aren’t replaced with information, but empowered by what they learn and how they learn it.

ETBU IS THAT KIND OF PLACE. We aren’t bragging. We’ve just been blessed with a group of people who believe where you go to college matters as much as whether you go to college. But don’t take our word for it. A place like that is better experienced than described. COME SEE FOR YOURSELF.

Learn more online at www.etbu.edu

PROGRAMS OF STUDY

Athletic Training

History

Biology

Human Relations (Psychology)

-- Forensic Science Concentration

Business Administration

-- Accounting -- Management Information Systems -- Management -- Marketing

International Studies Kinesiology Mass Communication Mathematics

Chemistry

Music

Chemistry

Music/Piano Performance

-- Forensic Science Concentration

Criminal Justice Education - Elementary

-- Language Arts & Reading (English) -- Language Arts & Reading (Reading) -- Mathematics -- Science -- Social Studies -- Church Ministries

Education - Secondary -- English -- History -- Life Science -- Mathematics -- Physical Science -- Social Studies -- Spanish -- Speech

Education - All Level

-- Kinesiology/Physical Education -- Music -- Theatre Arts

English English

-- Literature Specialization

-- Writing Specialization

Music/Sacred-Music Ministry Music/Vocal Performance Nursing Political Science Psychology Religion

-- Biblical Studies -- Pastoral -- Christian Education -- Youth Education/Ministry -- Missions

Sociology Spanish Speech Communication Theatre Arts

-- with Performance Concentration -- with Design/Tech Concentration

University Studies Applied Science

(for students 25 and over) -- Criminal Justice (online options) -- University Studies

*Pre-professional programs are also available. Students interested in studying one of these programs will indicate a major in its related field.

DR. DUB OLIVER PRESIDENT

B.S.E. Education, Baylor University M.S.E. Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University P.H.D., Educational Administration, Texas A&M University Phone: 903-923-2222 E-Mail: doliver@etbu.edu

Dr. Samuel W. “Dub” Oliver completed his second full academic year as the 12th President of East Texas Baptist University in 2010-2011. Dr. Oliver officially became President on June 1, 2009, succeeding Dr. Bob E. Riley who retired after 17 years of service to ETBU. Dr. Oliver was elected President by the ETBU Board of Trustees on Oct. 15, 2008. Dr. Oliver had served as Vice President for Student Life at Baylor University in Waco from 2005-08. He had been employed in various positions at Baylor for 16 years upon his election as President of ETBU. A native of San Antonio, Oliver is a graduate of Baylor University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. He holds a Master of Science degree in Educational Psychology from Texas A&M University. Oliver earned his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Educational Administration from Texas A&M as well. He is also a licensed and ordained Baptist minister having served from October 2003 to May 2009 as the pastor of Canaan Baptist Church of Crawford, Texas. Dr. Oliver came to Baylor in April 1992 from Texas A&M University to serve as Director of Student Activities. In June 1999, he took on additional responsibilities as the Associate Dean for Campus Life. Then, in June 2001, Dr. Oliver was promoted to be the Dean for Student Development, a post he held until June 2005 when he was named Assistant Vice President for Student Life. For a year he served as Interim Vice President for Student Life before being named the Vice President for Student Life. Dr. Oliver has also served Baylor as a Visiting Professor in the Hankamer School of Business, an Adjunct Professor in the School of Education, and Interim University Chaplain. He served in the United States Air Force stationed at Carswell Air Force Base in the late 1980’s. Before entering graduate school, he was a third-grade teacher in the Fort Worth Independent School District. Dr. Oliver’s wife, Susie, was an adjunct faculty member and full-time cheerleader coach at Baylor. Their daughter, Callie, graduated from high school in May 2010 and is currently a student at Baylor.

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT It’s a great pleasure to welcome you to East Texas Baptist University! This is an excellent University for students who are interested in the best in learning, living and faith. One of the advantages of the American system of higher education is the great diversity of institutions, and ETBU is one of only a few remaining distinctly Christian universities. At ETBU, we believe that all truth is God’s truth so we study and learn from a Christian worldview. Most colleges and universities in our nation today separate faith and learning. We integrate them. And, while we accept students of all faiths and no faith, we are unapologetically committed to fulfilling God’s call for us as an institution under the banner of the Lord Jesus Christ. If you or someone you know would flourish in a university setting characterized by close community, meaningful interaction, excellent teaching, robust student life, and a desire not just to earn a degree but to also fulfill God’s purpose for his or her life, explore our website (www.etbu.edu) and then come to campus and experience for yourself why we are so excited about East Texas Baptist University. Go Tigers!

Dub

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BERT WEST HEAD COACH

Alma Mater: East Texas Baptist College

Phone: 903-923-2231 E-Mail: bwest@etbu.edu

today. “I’ve absolutely loved playing for him, even through the rough moments,” said senior post Josh Chambers, who scored 14 points in the record-breaking win. “He’s taught me so much about just being a person, a leader and a player. He’s a great person and his personality is one like no other. I’m going to miss playing for him when my career is over.” “Coach West has taught me a lot since I’ve been here,” said 20102011 se-

East Texas Baptist University men’s basketball coach Bert West doesn’t hesitate when asked the following question: was it tougher getting his first win with the Tigers, or the one that made him the all-time winningest coach in program history? “By far, the toughest was the first,” says West, who set the new coaching wins mark (220) in his 17th season at his alma mater on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011, with a 65-64 win at Houston Baptist. “Back then, in my first year as a college coach, by the time I got the first one I’d come to think I’d never get one. This last one, I had almost forgotten all about (the record), I just was concentrating on getting our team back on track. But no question about it, the first one was the one that stands out for me.” That first win came back on Jan. 7, 1992, and snapped a 0-15 start to his tenure at ETBU. The win came against Park College at ETBU’s Keys Gymnasium. Michael Landers was a guard on West’s first team at ETBU, and remembers exactly how difficult it was for the new coach to get his first victory. “He used to tell me our teams were so bad at that time, I was his best player…and that was not a good thing,” remembers Landers, who graduated from ETBU and coached the Tiger women’s basketball program for three years before moving on to what has been a very successful coaching career in the junior college ranks at Trinity Valley Community College. “We struggled to say the least, but he demonstrated one of the greatest traits a coach could have during those difficult seasons. He taught me and my teammates lessons in life that I still refer back to today.” Life lessons are what West ultimately seeks to share with his players. Wins and losses are so fragile, such a difficult thing to control, that the Tigers’ coach is always trying to coach his players into being something else rather than just being successful on the basketball court. “I’ve learned over the course of my career, that being a basketball coach isn’t all about just coaching basketball,” West says. “I take as much pride in one of my former players being successful years later as I do in one of my current ones having success on the court.” West finally passed his good friend and predecessor Dr. Jim Webb, who had held the previous record at 219 since retiring from coaching following the 1990-91 season, with a last-second win at Houston Baptist. It was an ironic twist to a bubbling little saga within the 2010-2011 basketball season – the Tigers entered the rare late-season, non-conference game at HBU having lost three straight games by a combined seven points since tying the coaching record. And when it came, it came against an old bitter rival of West and the Tigers from when he started at ETBU, when the university was still part Bert West accepts a commemorative basketball from former Tigers coach and friend of the NAIA’s Big State Conference. Jim Webb, after West became ETBU’s all-time winningest basketball coach last FebThat theme of learning things other than basketball while playing for West ruary and passing Webb on the Tigers coaching wins list. continues, as evidenced by his players

nior Deba Egharevba. “But the most important thing I’ve learned here is how to play and live like a man. I will never forget that.” Senior point guard Jacob Turnipseed also was happy to have been a part of handing the record-breaking victory to West. “It’s like playing for my best friend,” Turnipseed said. The coaching record was a mark West doesn’t like to acknowledge, a true indication that he’s as knowledgeable about the history of ETBU men’s basketball as anyone on the planet. West played for the Tigers – then of East Texas Baptist College – from 1969-1972, as a member of the squads coached by Tigers Hall of Fame coach R. C. Kennedy. “Man, the great coaches I’ve known here…Jim Webb, Coach (R.C.) Kennedy, those are true coaching giants in my eyes,” West says. “I always said I never wanted to pass Coach Kennedy because I had too much respect for him and I’m nowhere near the basketball coach he was. And I for sure was certain I’d quit before matching Webb, who is as good a friend to me as I’ve ever known in this business. Just overall, the experience I’ve had here at ETBU is one of the most enjoyable of my life. Basketball was just the avenue for me.” The relationships built over the course of those 17 years are what makes West the coach and colleague he is. This is noticed by those who have both played for and coached under him at ETBU. “Working with Coach West is an experience that will prepare anyone for success in any area of life,” says Michael Prather, who has been West’s assistant coach at ETBU the last seven years. “Coach West’s major emphasis when dealing with our team is not to treat them all the same, but to give them the type of treatment they need to be successful. This means that we give the last person on the bench the best coaching that we have until the last day of his career. And this is why he maintains a relationship with so many of his former players.” “Bert is the type of person you can trust,” says Lisa Curliss-Taylor, who coached the Lady Tigers from 2003-07 and is now the head coach at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. “He exudes confidence and always thinks of others. I enjoyed my time at ETBU, largely due to Bert.” West’s first team at ETBU finished with a 5-24 mark, a far cry from the high school ranks he’d come from where he won four straight Louisiana state championships at Zwolle High School. He coached the Tigers from 1991 through 1997, then accepted the head coaching position at Southern Arkansas University. After a one-year stint in Magnolia, Ark., with the Muleriders, West returned to Marshall and was head coach of the Marshall High School girls basketball program through 1999-2000. His successor at ETBU, Leland Hand, left the Tigers after a three-year run as coach from 1997-2000. West was offered the position again, and he’s been calling the shots on the ETBU bench ever since. Since coming back, the Tigers have earned six trips to the ASC postseason tournament, including one ASC East title during the 2002-03 season. West’s 2010-2011 team finished with a second-place finish in the ASC East Division and tied for the most wins -- 17 -- in a single season since ETBU joined the ranks of NCAA Division III back in 1998. West left his home state of Arkansas to attend ETBC and play for Tigers Hall of Fame coach R. C. Kennedy in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. He received his bachelor’s degree from ETBC in 1972. He coached at various schools throughout Texas and Arkansas before settling in for one of the most dominant runs of any era at Zwolle, La., High School in the 1980s. Blessed with basketball tradition at Zwolle and also being in the right place at the right time, the Hawks reeled off a four-year run that saw them win four state championships and win 50 games in a row at one point. Included on some of the best teams in Zwolle during that period was Tony Cutright, who would play for West again at ETBU in the mid-1990s and then return as an assistant coach with the Tigers before eventually being inducted into ETBU’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Webb retired as coach at ETBU in 1990, taking the all-time wins record with him at 219. West returned to his alma mater to take a crack at the college ranks, and outside of a two-year stint as girls head coach at Marshall High School in 1998-2000, has been a collegiate head coach ever since.

West’s first run with the Tigers included a 1994-95 squad that led the NAIA in scoring with 102.8 points per game, and a 1995-96 team that finished 28-5. Since returning to the program, West’s teams have advanced to five ASC conference tournaments and have one division championship, the 2002-03 ASC East title. “I have so many people to thank over the course of 17 years, or even farther back even,” said West. “I’d like to thank (the late) Dr. Robert Craig for originally hiring me at ETBU, and Dr. Bob Riley for then re-hiring me. I appreciate the support we’ve received from Dr. Dub Oliver. And Kent Reeves – for his support and friendship as our athletic director. “A coach can’t win a game, of course, without great players, and great assistant coaches. Every one of them over the 17 years here worked hard for me and did the work needed for us to be successful. I am thankful for each and every one of these young men who have helped us get to this point. “And finally, the biggest thanks goes to my wife, Diana. She’s the greatest assistant coach I’ve ever had. If it weren’t for her I would’ve already quit a hundred times, but her support and counsel throughout the years has been sustaining for me.” Bert and Diana have two children. Their daughter, Amy, is married to Gary Fuller, and son Brody is a police officer in the Marshall Police Department and former Tiger basketball player himself. They have four grandchildren -- Caleb, Peyton, Sydney and Presley, and the Wests are members of Immanuel Baptist Church in Marshall. Coach West is also an avid motorcyclist and spends a great deal of his time away from the court riding his Harley.

COACH WEST YEAR-BY-YEAR COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD YEAR 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92

School East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist Southern Arkansas East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist Career At ETBU

Overall 17-9 15-12 14-11 9-17 7-18 14-12 12-13 12-13 17-9 12-12 7-18 12-14 15-12 28-5 15-14 17-15 6-24 5-24 234-252 222-238

WinPct .654 .556 .560 .346 .280 .538 .480 .480 .654 .500 .280 .462 .556 .848 .517 .531 .200 .172 .481 .483

MICHAEL PRATHER ASSISTANT COACH

Alma Mater: East Texas Baptist University

Phone: 903-923-2231 E-Mail: mprather@etbu.edu

Assistant coach Michael Prather will be in his eighth season as an assistant coach on the Tiger basketball staff in 2010-2011. Prather is a native of Cleveland, Texas, where he attended Tarkington High School. He received his bachelor’s degree from ETBU in December of 2007. Prather has been around the program since arriving as a student at ETBU back in 2004-05. He assumed the role of student assistant coach early in his college career and has become one of the top young assistant coaches in the American Southwest Conference according to his boss. “Michael has an intricate knowledge of the game and works very hard at studying the game of basketball,” says Tigers coach Bert West of his assistant. “He has been instrumental in our team’s defensive improvement the last couple of seasons.” Prather primarily coordinates defensive game plans for the Tigers as well as working with the program’s guards. He also is a key part of ETBU’s recruiting efforts every year, having helped put together back-to-back strong classes entering the 2009-10 season. Prather is a native of Cleveland, Texas, where he attended Tarkington High School. He received his bachelor’s degree from ETBU in December of 2007. Michael and his wife, Natalie -- the women’s cross country coach at ETBU -- were married in 2009.

MEN’S BASKETBALL SUPPORT STAFF

Joe Brown

Student Assistant Coach

Thomas Jacobs Team Manager

MEN’S BASKETBALL DIRECTORY Bert West, Head Coach .................................................903-923-2231 Michael Prather, Assistant Coach....................................903-923-2231 Joe Brown, Student Assistant ........................................903-923-2231 Kent Reeves, Director of Athletics ..................................903-923-2226 Karen Jackson, Athletics/Kinesiology Secretary ...............903-923-2228 David Weaver, Sports Information Director .....................903-923-2129 David Collins, Athletic Trainer ........................................903-923-2196 Randy Pringle, Facilities Director ....................................903-923-2233

2011-2012 TIGER BASKETBALL ROSTERS NUMERICAL No. Name 10 Monty Grays 12 Jaron Joseph 14 Asante’ Williams 15 Darius Burton 20 Lance Loewe 21 Erby Thompson 22 Jared Lane 23 Jeremy LaGarde 24 Courtney Jones 25 Kerry McClahan 30 Seth Powers 32 Ahnre’ Gray 33 RJ Prince 35 Drew Webb 40 Reggie Stewart 42 J. D. Richardson 50 John Talley 55 Mack Dunbar

Pos. G G G PG PG G G G G F PG P G F G F G P

Ht. 5-10 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-6 6-0 6-5

Wt. 165 175 155 195 175 175 175 185 190 200 185 250 200 195 180 200 160 190

Class Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Soph.-1L Soph.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Soph.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Soph.-1L Jr.-2L Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Soph.-TR Sr.-3L

Hometown Everman, TX Dallas, TX Garland, TX Natchitoches, LA Rockdale, TX Pitkin, LA Palestine, TX New Orleans, LA Dallas, TX Houston, TX Midlothian, TX Mexia, TX Hornbeck, LA Cabot, AR Houston, TX White Oak, TX Athens, TX Maud, TX

ALPHABETICAL No. Name 15 Darius Burton 55 Mack Dunbar 32 Ahnre’ Gray 10 Monty Grays 24 Courtney Jones 12 Jaron Joseph 23 Jeremy LaGarde 22 Jared Lane 20 Lance Loewe 25 Kerry McClahan 30 Seth Powers 33 RJ Prince 42 J. D. Richardson 40 Reggie Stewart 50 John Talley 21 Erby Thompson 35 Drew Webb 14 Asante’ Williams

Pos. PG P P G G G G G PG F PG G F G G G F G

Ht. 5-11 6-5 6-4 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-6 5-9

Wt. 195 190 250 165 190 175 185 175 175 200 185 200 200 180 160 175 195 155

Class Soph.-1L Sr.-3L Soph.-1L Fr.-HS Soph.-1L Jr.-2L Sr.-1L Fr.-HS Soph.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Soph.-TR Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS

Hometown Natchitoches, LA Maud, TX Mexia, TX Everman, TX Dallas, TX Dallas, TX New Orleans, LA Palestine, TX Rockdale, TX Houston, TX Midlothian, TX Hornbeck, LA White Oak, TX Houston, TX Athens, TX Pitkin, LA Cabot, AR Garland, TX

BY CLASS No. Name 55 Mack Dunbar 23 Jeremy LaGarde 12 Jaron Joseph 33 RJ Prince 35 Drew Webb 15 Darius Burton 32 Ahnre’ Gray 24 Courtney Jones 20 Lance Loewe 50 John Talley 10 Monty Grays 22 Jared Lane 25 Kerry McClahan 30 Seth Powers 42 J. D. Richardson 40 Reggie Stewart 21 Erby Thompson 14 Asante’ Williams

Pos. P G G G F PG P G PG G G G F PG F G G G

Ht. 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-6 5-11 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-2 5-9

Wt. 190 185 175 200 195 195 250 190 175 160 165 175 200 185 200 180 175 155

Class Sr.-3L Sr.-1L Jr.-2L Jr.-2L Jr.-TR Soph.-1L Soph.-1L Soph.-1L Soph.-1L Soph.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

Hometown Maud, TX New Orleans, LA Dallas, TX Hornbeck, LA Cabot, AR Natchitoches, LA Mexia, TX Dallas, TX Rockdale, TX Athens, TX Everman, TX Palestine, TX Houston, TX Midlothian, TX White Oak, TX Houston, TX Pitkin, LA Garland, TX

#15/PG •DARIUS

BURTON

5’11” 180 Sophomore Natchitoches, La. (Central HS) Darius Jamal Burton...born Oct. 23, 1991... son of Gracey Burton...two sisters, La’Kyra and Kayla...English major with an Education minor...enjoys reading and listening to music... plans to teach English and coach.

AT ETBU 2010-2011 (Freshman) -- ASC East Division All-Freshman team...played in 23 games with 11 starts...his 11 starts were most by any freshman on the team...moved into the starting lineup on Jan. 15 at Mississippi College, then started 11 of the next 13 games...season-high nine points on 4 of 7 shooting in a win over Mississippi College (2/19).

Single-Game Highs Scoring: 9, vs. Mississippi College (Feb. 19, 2011) Rebounds: 5, vs. Louisiana College (Feb. 17, 2011) Assists: 5, 2 times (last vs. Mississippi College (Feb. 19, 2011) Steals: 1, 6 times (last vs. Hardin-Simmons, Feb. 25, 2011) Blocks: None Field Goals Made: 4, vs. Mississippi College (Feb. 19, 2011) Field Goal Attempts: 7, vs. Mississippi College (Feb. 19, 2011) Free Throws Made: 2, at Houston Baptist (Feb. 13, 2011) Free Throw Attempts: 3, at Houston Baptist (Feb. 13, 2011) 3-Pointers Made: 1, 5 times (last vs. Mississippi College, Feb. 19, 2011) 3-Point Attempts: 1, 12 times (last vs. Hardin-Simmons, Feb. 25, 2011) Year-By-Year Statistics

Year GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 2010-11 23 11 16 39 .410 5 12 .417 Career 23 11 16 39 .410 5 12 .417

FT FTA Pct. Rbs RbAvg A Blk Stl Pts Avg 4 12 .333 31 1.3 40 0 6 41 1.8 4 12 .333 31 1.3 40 0 6 41 1.8

NATCHITOCHES CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL First-team All-District and second-team All-State...averaged 21 points, five rebounds and four assists per game...All-Parish and All-Area...also played baseball...member of FCA...coached by Micah Coleman.

#55/P • MACK

DUNBAR 6’5” 190 Senior Maud, Texas (Maud HS)

McEntry Ray Dunbar II... born June 5, 1989... son of McEntry Dunbar Sr. and Chequita Dunbar... has one brother, James, and one sister, Brittany... Kinesiology major with a minor in History... enjoys playing basketball and video games. AT ETBU 2010-2011 (Junior) -- Made significant contributions off the bench in his first extended playing time on the varsity, particularly late in the season... scored a career-high 10 points with five rebounds and a block in a win at Ozarks (1/27)...scored five points with a career-high nine rebounds in a career-high 29 minutes played in a win at Houston Baptist (2/13). 2009-2010 (Sophomore) -- Junior varsity. 2008-2009 (Freshman) -- Junior varsity.

Single-Game Highs Scoring: 10, at Ozarks (Feb. 3, 2011) Rebounds: 9, at Houston Baptist (Feb. 13, 2011) Assists: 2, at Houston Baptist (Feb. 13, 2011)

Mack Dunbar Single-Game Highs, continued Steals: None Blocks: 3, 2 times (vs. Louisiana College, Feb. 17, 2011) Field Goals Made: 3, at Ozarks (Feb. 3, 2011) Field Goal Attempts: 5, at Houston Baptist (Feb. 13, 2011) Free Throws Made: 4, 2 times (at Texas-Tyler, Feb. 10) Free Throw Attempts: 5, at Ozarks (Feb. 3, 2011) 3-Pointers Made: None 3-Point Attempts: None Year-By-Year Statistics

Year GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 2010-11 13 0 11 18 .611 0 0 .000 2009-10 Junior Varsity 2008-10 Junior Varsity Career 13 0 11 18 .611 0 0 .000

FT FTA Pct. Rbs RbAvg A Blk Stl Pts Avg 11 13 .846 38 2.9 3 9 0 33 2.5 11 13 .846

38

2.9

3

9

0

33 2.5

MAUD HIGH SCHOOL Named to the District All-Defensive team his final two seasons... was an AllState wide receiver in football... regional finalist in the high jump...coached by Cody Finney.

#32/P • AHNRE’

GRAY

6’4” 250 Sophomore Mexia, Texas (Mexia HS) Ahnre’ Jamier Gray...born Dec. 19, 1991... son of Mary Gray...two siblings, Aushain and JaAri...Kinesiology major...enjoys hanging out with friends, playing video games...participated in youth league basketball and football... wants to coach at college level. AT ETBU 2010-2011 (Freshman) -- Played in 15 games as a freshman, averaging 0.9 points and 0.8 rebounds per game...scored a season-high four points with four rebounds in a season-high 13 minutes in a loss at Mary HardinBaylor (12/29).

Single-Game Highs Scoring: 4, at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Dec. 29, 2010) Rebounds: 4, at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Dec. 29, 2010) Assists: 1, 2 times (last at Mary Hardin-Baylor, Dec. 29, 2010) Steals: 1, at Louisiana College (Jan. 13, 2011) Blocks: None Field Goals Made: 2, at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Dec. 29, 2010) Field Goal Attempts: 3, at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Dec. 29, 2010) Free Throws Made: 2, at Texas Lutheran (Dec. 4, 2010) Free Throw Attempts: 3, vs. Texas Lutheran (Dec. 30, 2010) 3-Pointers Made: None 3-Point Attempts: None Year-By-Year Statistics

Year GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 2010-11 15 0 5 11 .455 0 0 .000 Career 15 0 5 11 .455 0 0 .000

FT FTA Pct. Rbs RbAvg A Blk Stl Pts Avg 4 8 .500 12 0.8 2 0 1 14 0.9 4 8 .500 12 0.8 2 0 1 14 0.9

MEXIA HIGH SCHOOL All-District and Academic All-District...named Maroon and White Player of the Year...coached by Henry Thomas.

#10/PG • MONTY

GRAYS

5’10” 165 Freshman Everman, Texas (Everman HS) Monty Demone Grays Jr...born Jan. 9, 1993... son of Monty Grays and Michelle BarrettGrays...has two sisters, Shelby and Katelyn... Nursing major...volunteers as a student mentor. EVERMAN HIGH SCHOOL Two-year first-team All-District...Academic All-State...two-time team MVP... District Sophomore of the Year...National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes...coached by Jay Mathison.

#24/G • COURTNEY

JONES

6’3” 190 Sophomore Dallas, Texas (Lewisville HS) Courtney Alexander Jones...born Dec. 26, 1991...son of Delbert and Jennifer Jones... one brother, Cedric...Math major...likes playing video games in his spare time...wants to pursue a career in engineering. EVERMAN HIGH SCHOOL All-District and Academic All-District...named Maroon and White Player of the Year...coached by Henry Thomas.

#12/G • JARON

JOSEPH

6’1” 175 Junior Dallas, Texas (Ennis HS) Jaron Dante Joseph...born Jan. 15, 1990... son of John Joseph II and Vonda Joseph... two brothers, John III and Jamael...Business major with a Religion minor...enjoys reading, playing piano, listening to music, hanging out with friends. AT ETBU 2010-2011 (Sophomore) -- Academically ineligible for the first part of the season, did not return to lineup until late December...scored nine points on 3 of 7 shooting in 14 minutes in his first game, a loss at Mary Hardin-Baylor on Dec. 29...hit 13 of his first 26 3-point attempts...scored in double figures five times. 2009-2010 (Freshman) -- Came on strong in the second half ot the season and played in 19 games...played at least 10 minutes in 12 of the final 14 games...scored 13 points on 6 of 11 shooting in ASC semifinal loss to Texas-Dallas (2/27/10).

Single-Game Highs Scoring: 15, at Mississippi College (Jan. 15, 2011) Rebounds: 7, at Ozarks (Jan. 27, 2011) Assists: 5, 3 times (last at LeTourneau, Feb. 12, 2011) Steals: 4, at Houston Baptist (Feb. 13, 2011) Blocks: 2, at Mississippi College (Jan. 15, 2011) Field Goals Made: 6, vs. Texas-Dallas, (Feb. 27, 2010) Field Goal Attempts: 11, 2 times (last at Texas-Dallas, Feb. 27, 2010) Free Throws Made: 6, at Texas-Tyler (Jan. 28, 2010)

Jaron Joseph Single-Game Highs, continued Free Throw Attempts: 9, at Texas-Tyler (Jan. 28, 2010) 3-Pointers Made: 3, 4 times (last at Houston Baptist, Feb. 13, 2011) 3-Point Attempts: 6, 2 times (last at LeTourneau, Feb. 12, 2011) Year-By-Year Statistics Year 2010-11 2009-10 Career

GP 18 19 37

GS 2 0 2

FG 39 23 62

FGA 107 79 186

Pct 3FG FGA Pct .364 25 58 .431 .291 8 36 .222 .333 33 94 .351

FT 13 22 35

FTA 18 30 48

Pct. Rbs RbAvg A Blk .722 45 2.5 31 5 .733 29 1.5 26 4 .729 74 2.0 57 9

Stl 12 9 21

Pts 116 76 192

Avg 6.4 4.0 5.2

ENNIS HIGH SCHOOL First-team All-District as a senior...led team in scoring...coached by Jerry Mason.

#23/G • JEREMY

LAGARDE

6’3” 185 Senior New Orleans, La. (Talawanda HS) Jeremy Irvin LaGarde...born June 3, 1989... son of Tammy LaGarde...two siblings, Chiva and Tara...General Studies major...transfer from Arkansas-Monticello...hopes to play overseas after graduation. AT ETBU 2010-2011 (Junior) -- Named ASC East Division Co-Newcomer of the Year after averaging 14.5 points and 4.2 rebounds on 44 percent shooting for the season...shot 40 of 113 (.354) from beyond the arc...solid free throw shooter, hitting 76 of 98 (.776) on the season...reached double-figure scoring in 19 of 26 games played...started all but one game...named the ASC East Player of the Week on Jan. 24, 2011...scored 20 or more points in a game seven times...hit at least two 3-pointers in a game 13 times.

Single-Game Highs Scoring: 24, 2 times (last vs. Texas-Dallas, Feb. 5, 2011) Rebounds: 8, at Austin College (Nov. 20, 2010) Assists: 8, vs. Texas-Dallas (Feb. 5, 2011) Steals: 7, vs. Ozarks (Feb. 3, 2011) Blocks: 2, vs. Louisiana College (Feb. 17, 2011) Field Goals Made: 9, vs. Texas-Dallas (Feb. 5, 2011) Field Goal Attempts: 22, at Texas-Tyler (Feb. 10, 2011) Free Throws Made: 9, vs. Concordia Texas (Nov. 27, 2010) Free Throw Attempts: 11, at Mississippi College (Jan. 15, 2011) 3-Pointers Made: 5, vs. Texas-Dallas (Feb. 5, 2011) 3-Point Attempts: 7, 2 times (last vs. Texas-Dallas, Feb. 5, 2011) Year-By-Year Statistics

Year GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 2010-11 26 25 130 298 .436 40 113 .354 Career 26 25 130 298 .436 40 113 .354

FT FTA Pct. Rbs RbAvg A Blk Stl Pts Avg 76 98 .776 110 4.2 74 8 46 376 14.5 76 98 .776 110 4.2 74 8 46 376 14.5

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO 2009-10 -- Played in 16 games, with 11 starts...averaged 7.9 points and 3.8 rebounds...scored 15 points with two steals in 58-50 loss to St. Edwards...scored 12 points with 10 rebounds, five assists and four steals in a 75-72 win over Henderson State...scored 11 points with two assists in season-opening win against Crowley’s Ridge...scored 12 points in win over Christian Brothers...scored 12 points with six assists in 69-40 win over Ouachita Baptist. TALAWANDA HIGH SCHOOL All-District...coached by Michael Decello.

#22/G • JARED

#30/G • SETH

LANE

POWERS

6’1” 175 Freshman Palestine, Texas (Slocum HS) Jared Wardlow Lane...born Dec. 7, 1990...son of Jessica and Wardlow Lane...has two brothers, Cole and Jacob, and one sister, Landry... Biology major with a Chemistry minor...plans on going to medical school and becoming a radiologist.

SLOCUM HIGH SCHOOL As a senior: All-District first-team...TABC Player of the Year...All-State... played on 2009 state champions...State tournament MVP...Academic AllState...averaged 27 points per game in playoffs. As a junior: District MVP... All-State. As a sophomore: First-team All-District and All-Region...As a freshman: District Newcomer of the Year...coached by Jay Bruce.

6’4” 185 Freshman Midlothian, Texas (Maypearl HS) Seth Lynn Powers...born Sept. 14, 1991... son of Guy and Mary Powers...one brother, Will Powers...Math Education major with a Kinesiology minor...enjoys sleeping and playing basketball...member of Cowboy Church... wants to be a teacher and basketball coach. MAYPEARL HIGH SCHOOL MVP in basketball, cross country and track...first-team All-District...coached by Joel Donaldson.

#33/G • R.J.

PRINCE

6’4” 200 Junior Hornbeck, La. (Hornbeck HS)

#20/G • LANCE

LOEWE

5’10” 175 Sophomore Rockdale, Texas (Rockdale HS) Lance David Loewe...born Sept. 15, 1991...son of Dusty and Lisa Loewe...has one brother, Justin, and one sister, Miranda...Pre-Med major...enjoys fishing, hunting, playing any competitive sport...Rockdale Hoop Kings... Rockdale FBC...plans are to become an opthomologist. AT ETBU 2010-2011 (Freshman) -- Played in one varsity game as a freshman. ROCKDALE HIGH SCHOOL Three-time, first-team All-District performer...Class 3A state free-throw champion...Academic All-State...averaged 15 points, five assists, four steals and five rebounds...Brazos Valley all-region team...also played football and golf...coached by his father, Dusty Loewe.

#25/F • KERRY

MCCLAHAN 6’15 200 Freshman Houston, Texas (Nimitz HS)

Kerry N. McClahan...born Sept. 29, 1991...son of Sharon McGlory...Biblical Studies major... enjoys playing games and reading in his spare time...wants to become a pastor. NIMITZ HIGH SCHOOL Second-team All-District...played on bi-district champions...coached by Nathan Toon.

RJ Prince...born Sept. 13, 1991...son of Bryan Prince and Shelly Mann...has one step-sister, Christian Lagrange, and one half-brother, Tyler Mann...Kinesiology all-level major...First Baptist Church-Hornbeck...enjoys basketball, hanging out with friends, hunting, cooking, swimming...plans on becoming a coach and/or continuing basketball career if possible. AT ETBU 2010-2011 (Sophomore): Played in 26 games with 11 starts as a sophomore...scored in double figures five times...began the season with 10 points in 21 minutes of a win over University of Dallas (11/19/10)...started the first 10 games of the season and averaged 7.9 points per game on 38 percent shooting during that stretch...hit 29 of 83 3-point attempts on the season...hit at least one 3-pointer in 19 of 26 games played. 20092010(Freshman): Named to the ASC East Division All-Freshman team... ranked second on the team in three-point shooting percentage, hitting at a 40 percent clip (29 of 72)...scored 17 points and hit five 3-pointers in a loss at home to Texas-Dallas (1/14/10).

Single-Game Highs Scoring: 17, vs. Texas-Dallas (Jan. 14, 2010) Rebounds: 5, at Mississippi College (Jan. 15, 2011) Assists: 6, vs. Concordia Texas (Nov. 27, 2010) Steals: 2, 2 times (last vs. Texas Lutheran, Dec. 30, 2010) Blocks: 1, vs. Louisiana College (Feb. 17, 2011) Field Goals Made: 6, vs. Texas-Dallas (Jan. 14, 2010) Field Goal Attempts: 10, vs. Hardin-Simmons (Dec. 11, 2010) Free Throws Made: 4, 2 times (last vs. McMurry, Dec. 16, 2010) Free Throw Attempts: 5, at Louisiana College, Feb. 11, 2010) 3-Pointers Made: 5, vs. Texas-Dallas (Jan. 14, 2010) 3-Point Attempts: 7, vs. Texas-Dallas (Jan. 14, 2010) Year-By-Year Statistics Year 2010-11 2009-10 Career

GP 26 27 53

GS 11 2 13

FG 51 49 100

FGA 130 106 236

Pct .392 .462 .424

3FG FGA 29 83 29 72 58 155

Pct .349 .403 .374

FT 18 14 32

FTA 22 24 46

Pct. Rbs RbAvg A Blk .818 36 1.4 35 1 .583 24 0.9 30 0 .696 60 1.1 65 1

Stl 11 3 14

Pts 149 141 290

Avg .5.7 5.2 5.5

HORNBECK HIGH SCHOOL Was first-team All-District and All-State in Basketball as a senior...Louisiana All-Star Team member as a senior...averaged 21 points and four 3-pointers per game as a senior...first-team All-District and All-State honorable mention as a junior...averaged 18 points and three 3-pointers per game as a junior...Louisiana State 3-Point Shootout Champion...once hit eight 3-pointers in a game...averaged 12 points as a sophomore and nine points as a freshman...ran cross country state meet twice...graduated with seventhhighest GPA in his class...coached by Charlie Alexander.

#42/F • J.D.

RICHARDSON

6’6” 190 Freshman White Oak, Texas (White Oak HS)

J. D. Richardson...born Feb. 12, 1993...son of Kenny and Felicia Richardson...has one sister, Lindsey, and one brother, Eric...Kinesology major with a minor in Biology...Cross Roads Baptist Church...enjoys playing sports...wants to become a physical therapist or personal trainer. WHITE OAK HIGH SCHOOL Three-time All-District...three-time state qualifier in tennis...played on district champion basketball team and four-time tennis district champ... member of FCA...coached by Ron Boyett.

#21/G • ERBY

THOMPSON

6’2” 175 Freshman Pitkin, La. (Plainview HS)

Erby Tyler Thompson...born Jan. 12, 1993... son of Ginger Johnson and Erby Thompson... one sister, Erica...Mathematics major...enjoys fishing...plans on becoming a basketball coach. PLAINVIEW HIGH SCHOOL Freshman of the Year...All-District...All-State...Louisiana All-Star...coached by Justin Miller.

#40/G • REGGIE

#35/F • DREW

6’2” 180 Freshman Houston, Texas (Chavez HS)

6’6” 195 Junior Cabot, Ark. (Cabot HS)

STEWART

Reginald Devonte Stewart...born April 2, 1993...son of Reginald and Christi Stewart... two siblings, Javon and Janessa...Accounting major...AAU participant...enjoys working out in the gym and playing video games...wants to become an accountant.

WEBB

Drew T. Webb...born March 27, 1987...son of Teri Dorrough...has one brother, Brad...Business Marketing major. CABOT HIGH SCHOOL Coached by Jerry Bridges.

CHAVEZ HIGH SCHOOL All-District...team advanced to third round of state playoffs...coached by Kevin Pullum.

#50/G • JOHN

TALLEY

6’0” 160 Sophomore Athens, Texas (Cross Roads HS)

#14/G • ASANTE

WILLIAMS

5’9” 155 Freshman Garland, Texas (Parish Episcopal HS)

John David Talley Jr...born Nov. 25, 1990... son of John and Melissa Talley...has one sister, Meagan...History major...enjoys hunting and playing basketball...wants to be a college basketball coach.

Asante’ Jovan Williams...son of Juan and Pat Williams...Business major...Habitat for Humanity...Real Men Cook...enjoys singing and hanging out with friends...plans to own a personal business.

CROSS ROADS HIGH SCHOOL Two-time All-District in football...three-time All-District in baseball and basketball...Offensive Player of the Year in basketball...state track qualifier... coached by Keith O’Brian.

PARISH EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL All-District...coached by Dorian Harris.

2010-2011 TIGER BASKETBALL FINAL STATISTICS SCHEDULE/RESULTS RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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Date 11/19/10 11/20/10 11/27/10 11/29/10 12/2/10 12/4/10 12/11/10 12/16/10 12/29/10 12/30/10 1/6/11 1/8/11 1/13/11 1/15/11 1/20/11 1/22/11 1/27/11 1/29/11 2/3/11 2/5/11 2/10/11 2/12/11 2/13/11 2/17/11 2/19/11 2/25/11

OVERALL 17-9 13-7 4-2

HOME 8-2 8-2 0-0

Opponent vs University of Dallas at Austin College CONCORDIA TEXAS MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR at Schreiner at Texas Lutheran HARDIN-SIMMONS MCMURRY at Mary Hardin-Baylor vs Texas Lutheran at Howard Payne at Sul Ross State at Louisiana College at Mississippi College TEXAS-TYLER LETOURNEAU at Ozarks at Texas-Dallas OZARKS TEXAS-DALLAS at Texas-Tyler at LeTourneau at Houston Baptist LOUISIANA COLLEGE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE vs Hardin-Simmons

AWAY 7-6 5-5 2-1 W W W W W W L WOT L W W L L W W W W L W L L L W W W L

TEAM STATISTICS

NEUTRAL 2-1 0-0 2-1

Score 95-71 78-75 101-95 88-76 91-81 57-49 67-71 83-79 68-75 76-68 82-71 57-65 76-78 78-75 73-63 87-52 83-55 60-71 73-62 70-73 67-69 68-70 65-64 65-50 84-68 71-72

Attend 50 150 375 765 325 400 430 315 525 400 245 150 800 512 1150 915 225 469 843 1050 1254 289 387 1115 795 506

SCORE BY PERIODS: East Texas Baptist Opponents

* American Southwest Conference game # ASC Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament @ Richardson, TX

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ## Player 35 Chambers, Josh 23 LaGarde, Jeremy 25 Egharevba, Deba 10 Turnipseed, Jacob 12 Joseph, Jaron 14 Prince, RJ 33 Brown, Tyrell 20 Prejean, Miles 15 Brown, Joe 55 Dunbar, Mack 40 Murphy, Jordan 22 Burton, Darius 30 Christy, Cole 50 Gray, Ahnre’ 32 Santiago, Chris 44 Loewe, Lance 24 Jones, Courtney 21 Williams, Michael

GP 26 26 26 25 18 26 17 25 24 13 19 23 2 15 10 1 1 2

TM TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

26 26

GS 26 25 24 25 2 11 0 2 2 0 2 11 0 0 0 0 0 0

2011-2012 Returners in bold

Min 721 731 710 753 319 482 133 355 270 140 192 286 4 88 39 2 2 6

Avg 27.7 28.1 27.3 30.1 17.7 18.5 7.8 14.2 11.3 10.8 10.1 12.4 2.0 5.9 3.9 2.0 2.0 3.0

ETBU-M 1963 75.5 +6.3 713-1563 .456 164-474 .346 6.3 373-534 .699 1073 41.3 +7.5 364 14.0 443 17.0 -2.5 0.8 172 6.6 132 5.1 0 2 7753 10-775 -

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 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 WINNING STREAK Home win streak ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

TOTAL FG FGA Pct 162 283 .572 130 298 .436 118 224 .527 90 220 .409 39 107 .364 51 130 .392 22 44 .500 29 76 .382 24 75 .320 11 18 .611 15 33 .455 16 39 .410 1 1 1.000 5 11 .455 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000

3-PTS 3FG FGA 0 0 40 113 1 3 35 109 25 58 29 83 0 1 11 34 18 58 0 0 0 0 5 12 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1

Pct .000 .354 .333 .321 .431 .349 .000 .324 .310 .000 .000 .417 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT 65 76 67 71 13 18 12 13 4 11 10 4 0 4 5 0 0 0

713 1563 .456 641 1602 .400

164 474 151 506

.346 .298

373 534 .699 365 509 .717

FTA 97 98 106 91 18 22 22 18 4 13 18 12 0 8 7 0 0 0

Pct .670 .776 .632 .780 .722 .818 .545 .722 1.000 .846 .556 .333 .000 .500 .714 .000 .000 .000

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot 71 125 196 29 81 110 69 145 214 38 92 130 13 32 45 8 28 36 15 23 38 3 29 32 6 18 24 13 25 38 25 31 56 3 28 31 0 0 0 5 7 12 1 12 13 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2

1st 927 833

Avg 7.5 4.2 8.2 5.2 2.5 1.4 2.2 1.3 1.0 2.9 2.9 1.3 0.0 0.8 1.3 1.0 0.0 1.0

2nd 1028 961

PF 65 76 54 48 30 35 15 27 15 23 19 33 3 13 10 0 0 3

FO 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OPP 1798 69.2 641-1602 .400 151-506 .298 5.8 365-509 .717 879 33.8 327 12.6 378 14.5 0.9 170 6.5 72 2.8 6687 13-441 3-319 OT 8 4

A 40 74 31 69 31 35 0 18 14 3 4 40 0 2 2 0 0 1

TO 45 83 64 60 30 34 8 34 11 8 15 28 1 10 3 1 0 1

Total 1963 1798

Blk 77 8 8 2 5 1 6 2 0 9 12 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

Stl 12 46 23 39 12 11 6 4 7 0 3 6 0 1 2 0 0 0

Pts 389 376 304 286 116 149 56 82 70 33 40 41 2 14 5 0 0 0

Avg 15.0 14.5 11.7 11.4 6.4 5.7 3.3 3.3 2.9 2.5 2.1 1.8 1.0 0.9 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0

37 58 95 3.7 0 7 336 737 1073 41.3 469 10 364 443 132 172 1963 75.5 289 590 879 33.8 462 - 327 378 72 170 1798 69.2

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE 2011-2012 PRESEASON BASKETBALL POLL EAST DIVISION RNK TEAM (1ST-PLACE VOTES) POINTS 2010 RECORD 1. Texas-Dallas (19) 140 21-7, 16-4 ASC (1st) 2. Mississippi College (1) 114 13-13, 10-10 ASC (T4th) 3. East Texas Baptist 97 17-9, 13-7 ASC (2nd) 4. Texas-Tyler 92 12-14, 11-9 ASC (3rd) 5. Louisiana College 71 11-13, 10-10 ASC (T4th) 6. Ozarks (1) 46 6-19, 3-17 ASC (6th) 7. LeTourneau 29 3-22, 2-18 ASC (7th) 1-29, 1-17 Summit League -- *Centenary *Ineligible for the conference and division title Preseason Player of the Year: Chris Barnes, F, Sr., Texas-Dallas

WEST DIVISION RNK TEAM (1ST-PLACE VOTES) 1. McMurry (13) 2. Mary Hardin-Baylor (9) 3. Hardin-Simmons (2) 4. Concordia Texas 5. Texas Lutheran 6. Sul Ross State 7. Schreiner 8. Howard Payne

POINTS 174 173 142 130 85 69 50 38

2010 RECORD 21-8, 16-5 ASC (1st) 23-8, 15-6 ASC (T2nd) 17-10, 15-6 ASC (T2nd) 15-11, 13-8ASC (4th) 11-13, 10-11 ASC (5th) 9-16, 8-13 ASC (T6th) 10-15, 8-13 ASC (T6th) 5-20, 4-17 ASC (8th)

Preseason Player of the Year: Steven Jones, F, Sr., McMurry University

ASC MEN’S BASKETBALL DIRECTORY CENTENARY COLLEGE GENTS

McMURRY UNIVERSITY WAR HAWKS

2911 Centenary Blvd., Shreveport, LA 71104 Head Coach: Adam Walsh Office Phone: 318-869-5091 Sports Information: Allison McClain S.I.D. Phone: 318-869-5092 2010-11 Record: 1-29 (Member of Summit League)

1400 Sayles Blvd., Abilene, TX 79697 Head Coach: Jerry “J.D.” Isler Office Phone: 325-793-4865 Sports Information: TBA S.I.D. Phone: 325-793-4865 2010-11 Record: 21-8 (ASC West champion; ASC Tournament champion)

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY TEXAS TORNADOS

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE CHOCTAWS

11400 Concordia University Drive, Austin, TX 78726 Head Coach: Stan Bonewitz Office Phone: 512-313-4504 Sports Information: Matthew Chmura S.I.D. Phone: 512-313-4503 2010-11 Record: 15-11 (4th in ASC East)

200 South Capitol, Clinton, MS 39058 Head Coach: Don Lofton Office Phone: 601-925-3364 Sports Information: David Nichols S.I.D. Phone: 601-925-3234 2010-11 Record: 13-13 (4th in ASC East)

EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY TIGERS

UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS EAGLES

One Tiger Drive, Marshall, TX 75650 Head Coach: Bert West Office Phone: 903-923-2231 Sports Information: David Weaver S.I.D. Phone: 903-923-2129 2010-11 Record: 17-9 (2nd in ASC East)

415 N. College Ave., Clarksville, AR 72830 Head Coach: Doug Boxell Office Phone: 479-979-1326 Sports Information: Josh Peppas S.I.D. Phone: 479-979-1483 2010-11 Record: 6-19 (6th in ASC East)

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY COWBOYS

SCHREINER UNIVERSITY MOUNTAINEERS

2200 Hickory, Abilene, TX 79698 Head Coach: Craig Carse Office Phone: 325-670-1474 Sports Information: Chad Grubbs S.I.D. Phone: 325-670-1473 2010-11 Record: 17-10 (3rd in ASC West)

2100 Memorial Blvd., Kerrville, TX 78028 Head Coach: Drew Miller Office Phone: 830-792-7306 Sports Information: Wayne Hinkley S.I.D. Phone: 830-792-7449 2010-11 Record: 10-15 (6th in ASC West)

HOWARD PAYNE UNIVERSITY YELLOW JACKETS

SUL ROSS STATE UNIVERSITY LOBOS

1000 Fisk St., Brownwood, TX 76801 Head Coach: Troy Drummond Office Phone: 325-649-8103 Sports Information: Abram Choate S.I.D. Phone: 325-649-8111 2010-11 Record: 5-20 (8th in ASC West)

P.O. Box C-17, Alpine, TX 79832 Head Coach: Greg Wright Office Phone: 432-837-8093 Sports Information: Chris Kennedy S.I.D. Phone: 432-837-8673 2010-11 Record: 9-16 (7th in ASC East)

LeTOURNEAU UNIVERSITY YELLOWJACKETS

TEXAS LUTHERAN BULLDOGS

2100 South Mobberly Ave., Longview, TX 75607-7001 Head Coach: Bob Davis Office Phone: 903-233-3723 Sports Information: Alan Wiederhold S.I.D. Phone: 903-923-3735 2010-11 Record: 3-22 (7th in ASC East)

1000 West Court Street, Seguin, TX 78155 Head Coach: Tommy Jones Office Phone: 830-372-8122 Sports Information: Tim Clark S.I.D. Phone: 830-372-6877 2010-11 Record: 11-13 (5th in ASC West

LOUISIANA COLLEGE WILDCATS

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-DALLAS COMETS

1140 College Drive, Pineville, LA 71360 Head Coach: Gene Rushing Office Phone: 318-487-7503 Sports Information: Will Tubbs S.I.D. Phone: 318-497-7590 2010-11 Record: 11-13 (5th in ASC East)

800 West Campbell Road, Richardson, TX 75080-3021 Head Coach: Terry Butterfield Office Phone: 972-883-4063 Sports Information: Bruce Unrue S.I.D. Phone: 973-883-6308 2010-11 Record: 21-7 (ASC East Division champion)

UNIVERSITY OF MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR CRUSADERS

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-TYLER PATRIOTS

900 College Street, Belton, TX Head Coach: Ken DeWeese Office Phone: 254-295-4594 Sports Information: Jon Wallin S.I.D. Phone: 254-295-4611 2010-11 Record: 23-8 (2nd in ASC West)

3900 University Blvd., Tyler, TX 75799 Head Coach: Kenny Bizot Office Phone: 903-565-5984 Sports Information: Peyton Low S.I.D. Phone: 903-565-5661 2010-11 Record: 12-14 (3rd in ASC East)

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE 2010-2011 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS ALL-AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE (Listed in order of voting point totals; #indicates tie in voting)

Chris Barnes Josh Chambers Matt Addison Steven Jones Ken Black# Curtis Davis#

C/F P G F F G

University of Texas-Dallas East Texas Baptist University Hardin-Simmons University McMurry University Mississippi College University of Texas-Dallas

Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

San Antonio, TX (Churchill HS) Mexia, TX (Mexia HS) Killeen, TX (Harker Heights HS) Compton, CA (San Diego Miramar) Canton, MS (Holmes CC) Santa Fe, NM (McMurry)

ALL-ASC EAST DIVISION

ALL-ASC WEST DIVISION

Player of the Year: Chris Barnes, C/F, Jr., Texas-Dallas Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Chambers, P, Sr., East Texas Baptist Freshman of the Year: Kyle Schleigh, F, Fr., Texas-Dallas Co-Newcomers of the Year: Greg Chiasson, PG, Jr., Texas-Dallas; Jeremy LaGarde, G, Jr., East Texas Baptist Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year: Andre Williams, G, Sr., Ozarks Coach of the Year: Terry Butterfield, Texas-Dallas

Player of the Year: Steven Jones, F, Jr., McMurry Defensive Player of the Year: Steven Johunkin, G/F, Sr., McMurry Freshman of the Year: Darren Smith, G, Fr., Schreiner Newcomer of the Year: Matt Addison, G, Jr., Hardin-Simmons Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year: Malcolm Dotson, G, Sr., Texas Lutheran Coach of the Year: Matt Garnett, McMurry

First Team Chris Barnes Josh Chambers Ken Black Andre Williams Curtis Davis

(Listed in order of voting point totals; #, &, % indicates tie in voting)

(Listed in order of voting point totals; #, &, %, ^ indicates tie in voting)

C/F P F G G

Texas-Dallas East Texas Baptist Mississippi College Ozarks Texas-Dallas

Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

San Antonio, TX Mexia, TX Canton, MS San Antonio, TX Santa Fe, NM

First Team Steven Jones Matt Addison Isaac Williams Riley Battle# Brandon Irwin#

F G F G G

McMurry Hardin-Simmons Texas Lutheran Schreiner Howard Payne

Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Compton, CA Killeen, TX San Antonio, TX Waxahachie, TX Thorndale, TX

G G F G G

East Texas Baptist Texas-Tyler Louisiana College East Texas Baptist Louisiana College

Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

New Orleans, LA Dallas, TX Deville, LA Anacoco, LA Albany, LA

Second Team Tayler Jacobs Derick Sumpter Robert Moore Jimmy Martinez Teddy Chambers

G G F G F

Concordia Texas McMurry Mary Hardin-Baylor Sul Ross State McMurry

So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr.

Cedar Hill, TX Dallas, TX Boerne, TX El Paso, TX Midland, TX

Honorable Mention Greg Pulliam G Chukwuma Elah P JeLani Mitchell G Michael Johnson G Marcus Bobb P Cameron Bounds C Deba Egharevba F

Mississippi College Louisiana College Louisiana College Texas-Tyler Ozarks Mississippi College East Texas Baptist

Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr.

Houston, MS Alexandria, LA St. Martinville, LA Longview, TX Ponder, TX Clinton, MS Plano, TX

All-Defensive Team Josh Chambers P Brandon Greene W JeLani Mitchell G Jonathan Joyner# C Korey Salmon# F

East Texas Baptist Texas-Dallas Louisiana College Texas-Tyler Louisiana College

Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Mexia, TX Houston, TX St. Martinville, LA Longview, TX Deville, LA

All-Freshman Team Kyle Schleigh F Carter Nash C/F Darius Burton G Luke Taylor F Kasey Lewis F

Texas-Dallas Texas-Dallas East Texas Baptist LeTourneau Ozarks

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Houston, TX Houston, TX Natchitoches, LA Houston, TX Houston, TX

Honorable Mention Marlon Miller G Dean Pele G Sterling Phillips G Casey Riddle G Mike Flores# G Nick Haynes# G Kenny Williams# G Jeremy Hammond G Steven Johunkin& G/F Darren Smith& G Derrick Jefferson% F Justin Reefer% G Juston Weldon% G Travis Johnson^ G Kanyon Payne^ F Tyrie Prince^ G

Mary Hardin-Baylor Mary Hardin-Baylor Mary Hardin-Baylor Hardin-Simmons Texas Lutheran Concordia Texas Concordia Texas Sul Ross State McMurry Schreiner Hardin-Simmons Concordia Texas Sul Ross State Sul Ross State Howard Payne Schreiner

Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Jr.

Belton, TX Austin, TX Austin, TX Lipan, TX Spring, TX Irving, TX San Antonio, TX Santa Clara, CA Dallas, TX Houston, TX Mesquite, TX Killeen, TX Wimberley, TX Temple, TX Granbury, TX Cibolo, TX

All-Defensive Team Steven Johunkin G/F Josh Johnson P Kevin Neal# G Casey Riddle# G Brad Howard F

McMurry Concordia Texas Mary Hardin-Baylor Hardin-Simmons Texas Lutheran

Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Dallas, TX Houston, TX Axtell, TX Lipan, TX Houston, TX

All-Freshman Team Darren Smith G Derrick Jefferson F Brayln Thomas G Darius Anderson G Kitrick Bell F

Schreiner Hardin-Simmons Sul Ross State Concordia Texas Mary Hardin-Baylor

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Houston, TX Mesquite, TX Austin, TX Irving, TX Fort Bend, TX

Second Team Jeremy LaGarde Brandon Levine# Korey Salmon# Jacob Turnipseed Jarrod Jackson

ETBU MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORDS INDIVIDUAL CAREER SCORING Rk. Player 1 Kevin Hicks 2 Cedric Isom Harless Cone 3 Chris Isom 4 James Rogers 5 Marvin Graham 6 Donald Taylor 7 Nathan Hollis 8 Craig Kirchoff 9 Tom Blake 10 Keith Grant 11 Virgil Richardson 12 Danny Turner 13 Rodney Elder 14 Josh Chambers 15 Tom Walton 16 Steven Jiles 17 Jacob Turnipseed 18 Corey Booker 19 Lamar Laroux 20 Keith Johnson

Years 1984-88 2002-06 1954-58 2003-07 1974-78 1974-78 1978-82 1967-71 1965-69 1972-75 1979-83 1991-94 1979-83 1989-91 2007-11 1977-81 1994-97 2009-11 1994-97 1994-96 1993-96

Pts 1,896 1,862 1,862 1,829 1,765 1,742 1,571 1,540 1,455 1,364 1,258 1,226 1,153 1,083 1,071 1,043 1,013 937 876 874 870

REBOUNDING Rk. Player 1 Nathan Hollis 2 William Dunn Jim Kneipp 3 Chris Isom 4 Marvin Graham 5 Cedric Isom 6 Arthur Felder 7 Josh Chambers 8 Deba Egharevba 9 Patrick Smith 10 Earl Fleming 11 Keith Johnson 12 Carnivorous Dews 13 Josh Chambers 14 Steven Jiles 15 Deba Egharevba 16 Virgil Richardson 17 Reginald Pierre 18 Robert Salisbury 19 James Morman 20 Rod Ceasar Jeremiah Pojah

Years 1967-71 1958-63 1962-66 2003-07 1974-78 2002-06 1985-88 2007-11 2007-11 1999-03 1992-94 1993-96 1991-94 2007-10 1994-97 2007-10 1991-94 1992-94 1993-94 2008-10 2001-03 2004-05, 07-09

Rebs. 1,188 1,080 1,080 887 808 759 706 629 623 486 465 463 459 433 416 409 402 363 334 307 306 306

ASSISTS Rk. Player 1 Cedric Isom 2 Michael Landers 3 Corey Booker 4 Trevelle Boyd 5 Brad Miller 6 Dwayne Henry 7 Clay Freeman 8 Jacob Turnipseed 9 Chris Isom 10 Reginald Pierre

Years 2002-06 1989-93 1994-96 2001-03 1979-82 1989-91 1991-95 2008-10 2003-05 1992-94

Ast. 475 379 366 332 317 285 271 242 215 179

3-POINTERS Rk. Player 1 Ryan Steadman 2 Lamar Laroux 3 Todd Foster 4 Jacob Turnipseed Curtiss Carter 5 Cedric Isom 6 Thomas Harris 7 Quinton Owens 8 Clay Freeman 9 Justin Booth 10 Kevin Minor

Years 1997-01 1994-96 1986-90 2009-11 1998-99, 01-03 2002-06 1994-95 2000-04 1991-95 2001-03 1995-00

3PT 197 192 177 134 134 117 114 99 97 93 85

BLOCKED SHOTS Rk. Player 1 Josh Chambers 2 Nathan Hollis 3 Steven Jiles 4 Clem Hopkins 5 Cedric Isom 6 Patrick Smith 7 Chris Isom 8 Tony Cutright 9 Melvin Allen 10 Charles Chevalier

Years 2007-10 1967-71 1994-97 1992-93 2002-06 1999-03 2003-07 1995-96 2001-04, 05-06 2003-05

Blk 255 82 60 57 54 42 41 34 30 27

FREE THROWS Rk. Player 1 Chris Isom 2 Cedric Isom 3 Kevin Minor 4 Corey Booker 5 Jacob Turnipseed 6 Reginald Pierre 7 Steven Jiles Virgil Richardson 9 Quinton Owens 10 Keith Johnson

Years 2003-05 2002-06 1995-00 1994-96 2009-11 1992-94 1994-97 1991-94 2000-04 1993-96

FTM 391 317 237 225 209 188 181 181 163 157

STEALS Rk. Player 1 Cedric Isom 2 Jacob Turnipseed 3 Kevin Minor 4 Corey Booker 5 Chris Isom 6 Michael Landers 7 Tony Cutright Cory Cooper 8 Corey Barnes 9 Keith Fobb 10 Trevelle Boyd

Years 2002-06 2008-11 1995-00 1994-97 2003-07 1989-93 1995-96 2004-07 1995-97 1999-01 2001-03

Stl. 183 135 124 121 110 107 100 100 95 93 84

FIELD GOALS Rk. Player 1 Cedric Isom 2 Chris Isom 3 Virgil Richardson 4 Josh Chambers 5 Steven Jiles 6 Keith Johnson 7 Rod Ceasar 8 Corey Sessions 9 Earl Fleming 10 Corey Booker

Years 2002-06 2003-06 1991-94 2009-11 1994-97 1993-96 2001-03 1995-96 1992-94 1994-97

FGM 714 685 497 461 395 356 351 335 325 320

BLOCKS Rk. Player 1 Josh Chambers 2 Josh Chambers 3 Josh Chambers 4 Clem Hopkins 5 Josh Chambers

Year 2009-11 2009-10 2008-09 1992-93 2007-08

Blk 77 66 58 57 54

STEALS Rk. Player 1 Tony Cutright 2 Corey Booker 3 Corey Barnes 4 Jacob Turnipseed Cedric Isom Keith Fobb

Year 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97 2009-10 2005-06 1999-00

Stls 100 78 60 59 59 59

INDIVIDUAL SEASON SCORING Rk. Player 1 Tom Blake 2 Marvin Graham 3 Rodney Elder 4 Kevin Hicks 5 Cedric Isom

Year 1973-74 1977-78 1990-91 1987-88 2004-05

Pts 643 634 620 615 603

REBOUNDS Rk. Player 1 Nathan Hollis 2 Robert Salisbury 3 Jim Kneipp 4 William Dunn 5 Tony Cutright

Year 1970-71 1993-94 1965-66 1965-66 1995-96

Rebs 427 334 321 317 290

POINTS PER GAME Rk. Player 1 Cedric Isom 2 Steven Jiles 3 Chris Isom 4 Nathan Hollis 5 Tom Blake

Year 2004-05 1996-97 2006-07 1970-71 1973-74

PPG 24.1 22.2 22.0 21.8 21.4

ASSISTS Rk. Player 1 Corey Booker 2 Michael Landers 3 Trevelle Boyd 4 Michael Landers 5 Trevelle Boyd

Year 1995-96 1991-92 2001-02 1992-93 2002-03

Ast. 249 170 169 166 163

ETBU MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORDS RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS IN THE DIVISION III ERA 1998-PRESENT Opponent ..............................H ................ A .............. N ............ OVR Angelo State ..........................0-0 ............0-1 ...........0-0............ 0-1 Austin College ........................9-0 ............6-4 ...........0-0........... 15-4 Bartlesville Wesleyan ..............0-0 ............0-0 ...........1-0............ 1-0 Belhaven College ....................0-1 ............0-1 ...........0-0............ 0-2 Centenary ..............................0-0 ............0-2 ...........0-0............ 0-2 Concordia Texas .....................6-2 ............3-4 ...........1-0........... 10-6 Dallas Christian ......................1-0 ............0-0 ...........0-0............ 1-0 Dallas, Univ. of .......................4-1 ............1-3 ...........2-0............ 7-4 East Central Oklahoma ...........0-0 ............0-1 ...........0-0............ 0-1 Gordon College ......................1-0 ............0-0 ...........0-0............ 1-0 Hardin-Simmons.....................3-4 ............1-5 ...........0-1........... 4-10 Henderson State ....................0-0 ............0-1 ...........0-0............ 0-1 Hendrix College ......................0-0 ............1-0 ...........0-0............ 1-0 Houston Baptist .....................0-1 ............1-1 ...........0-1............ 1-3 Howard Payne ........................3-3 ............5-3 ...........0-0............ 8-6 Jarvis Christian .......................1-2 ............1-1 ...........0-0............ 2-3 LeTourneau ............................11-1 ...........6-8 ...........0-0........... 17-9 Louisiana College ...................8-3 ............5-6 ...........0-0........... 13-9

Opponent ..............................H ................ A .............. N ............ OVR LSU-Shreveport ......................1-2 ............0-3 ...........0-0............ 1-5 Mary Hardin-Baylor.................1-4 ............2-5 ...........0-1........... 3-10 McMurry ................................3-5 ............1-6 ...........1-0........... 5-11 Millsaps College......................0-0 ............0-1 ...........0-0............ 0-1 Mississippi College ..................5-8 ............4-9 ...........0-0........... 9-17 Mt St. Mary College ................0-0 ............0-0 ...........1-0............ 1-0 Northwestern State ................0-0 ............0-2 ...........0-0............ 0-2 Ozarks ...................................10-3 ...........5-8 ...........0-0.......... 15-11 Rust College ..........................0-0 ............0-0 ...........0-1............ 0-1 Schreiner ...............................4-1 ............3-2 ...........0-0............ 7-3 SW Assemblies of God ............0-0 ............0-0 ...........1-0............ 1-0 Sul Ross State ........................5-0 ............1-5 ...........0-1............ 6-6 Texas College .........................0-1 ............0-1 ...........0-0............ 0-2 Texas-Dallas ..........................10-3 ..........3-10...........0-1.......... 13-14 Texas Lutheran ......................3-1 ............1-4 ...........1-0............ 5-5 Texas-Tyler ............................7-1 ............2-6 ...........0-0............ 9-7 Wiley College .........................5-3 ............4-6 ...........0-0............ 9-9 Totals ..................................99-50 ...... 57-109 .........7-6........ 164-165 Percentages ......................... .664 ........ .343 ........ .538 ......... .498

POSTSEASON HONORS IN THE D-III ERA ALL-AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE 2010-11: Josh Chambers 2005-06: Cedric Isom, Chris Isom 2004-05: Cedric Isom 2003-04: Cedric Isom 2002-03: Rod Ceasar ALL-ASC EAST DIVISION 2010-11: Josh Chambers (1st-team); Jeremy LaGarde (2nd-team); Jacob Turnipseed (2nd-team); Deba Egharevba (honorable mention) 2009-10: James Morman (1st-team); Deba Egharevba (2nd-team); Jacob Turnipseed (honorable mention); Josh Chambers (honorable mention) 2008-09: Jacob Turnipseed (2nd-team); Josh Chambers (honorable mention); James Morman (honorable mention); Jeremiah Pojah (honorable mention) 2007-08: La’France Cooper (2nd-team); Josh Chambers (honorable mention); Nick Garrett (honorable mention) 2006-07: Chris Isom (1st-team) 2005-06: Cedric Isom (1st-team); Chris Isom (1st-team); Melvin Allen (2nd-team); 2004-05: Cedric Isom (1st-team); Chris Isom (2nd-team) 2003-04: Cedric Isom (1st-team); Chris Isom (honorable mention)200203: Rod Ceasar (1st-team); Cedric Isom (1st-team); Justin Booth (2ndteam); Trevelle Boyd (honorable mention) 2001-02: Rod Ceasar (2nd-team); Trevelle Boyd (honorable mention); B.J. Howard (honorable mention) ASC EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2004-05: Cedric Isom 2003-04: Cedric Isom 2002-03: Rod Ceasar ASC EAST FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2007-08: Josh Chambers 2002-03: Cedric Isom ASC EAST NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2010-11: Jeremy LaGarde 2007-08: La’France Cooper

ASC EAST COACH OF THE YEAR 2002-03: Bert West ASC EAST ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2010-11: Darius Burton 2009-10: RJ Prince 2008-09: Kendre’ Smith 2007-08: Josh Chambers, Zephaniah Coleman 2006-07: Melvin Brewer 2005-06: Kris Ryan, Cody Anderle 2004-05: Seth Jones ASC EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2010-11: Josh Chambers 2009-10: Josh Chambers 2008-09: Josh Chambers ASC EAST ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM 2010-11: Josh Chambers 2007-08: Josh Chambers 2006-07: Chris Isom D3HOOPS.COM ALL-REGION 2010-11: Josh Chambers 2003-04: Cedric Isom 2005-06: Cedric Isom 2006-07: Chris Isom NABC ALL-AMERICAN 2005-06: Cedric Isom 2005-06: Cedric Isom 2006-07: Chris Isom

ETBU MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORDS ALL-TIME ROSTER Allen, Mark ....................................... 1985-86 Allen, Melvin ...........................2001-04, 05-06 Anderle, Cody ................................... 2005-07 Anthony, David.................................. 1972-74 Armstong, Curtis ............................... 1981-83 Arnold, Glenn .................................... 1967-70 Avery, Talbert .................................... 1989-91 Bailess, Benny................................... 1970-74 Ballard, Gary ..................................... 1967-68 Barber, Coye ..................................... 1999-00 Barber, Ross...................................... 2002-04 Barnes, Corey ................................... 1995-97 Barnes, Kenneth................................ 2000-01 Barnett, Scott ................................... 2007-08 Bass, Ric .......................................... 1972-73 Battle, Mike ...................................... 1982-86 Baxter, Dean ..................................... 1955-56 Beasley, Blake ................................... 2008-10 Bennett, Jeremy ................................ 2001-02 Bell, Devon ....................................... 1999-00 Bigham, Dean ................................... 1982-84 Blackstock, John ............................... 1978-79 Blake, Tommy ................................... 1971-75 Blair, Lynn ......................................... 1967-70 Blankenship, Jerry ............................. 1958-60 Bogue, Bobby ................................... 1957-60 Bogue, Brian ..................................... 1997-98 Bogue, Travis .................................... 1952-53 Booker, Corey ................................... 1994-97 Booker, Kenneth ................................ 1967-71 Booth, Justin..................................... 2001-03 Boyd, Charles.................................... 1987-91 Boyd, Trevelle ................................... 2001-03 Braden, Doyle ................................... 1958-60 Brady, John....................................... 1974-78 Braly, Bob ......................................... 1959-60 Brannon, Keith .................................. 1979-80 Breuer, Frank .................................... 1979-84 Brewer, Melvin .................... 2006-07, 2008-09 Brock, Randy .................................... 1985-86 Brooks, Leavean................................ 1982-83 Brooks, Marcus ................................. 2000-01 Brown, Cleveland .............................. 1994-96 Brown, David .................................... 2002-04 Brown, Joe ....................................... 2009-11 Brown, Pat ........................................ 1978-80 Brown, Tony ..................................... 1998-02 Brown, Tyrell....................... 2006-08, 2009-11 Buckley, David .................................. 1982-83 Bunch, Carl ....................................... 1959-60 Burton, Darius .................................. 2010-11 Calhoun, Rodney ............................... 2004-06 Campbell, Cody ................................. 2000-02 Campbell, Jerrod ............................... 1995-98 Cannefax, Bobby ............................... 1965-66 Callahan, John .................................. 1949-50 Capps, Robert ................................... 1952-53 Carlisle, Harold................................ 1949-950 Carter, Curtiss ..................... 1998-99, 2001-03 Carter, Johnny ................................... 1973-75 Carter, Leon ...................................... 1977-80 Castillo, Anthony ............................... 1975-79 Cato, Tokorra .................................... 2007-08 Ceasar, Rod ...................................... 2001-03 Chambers, Josh ................................ 2007-11 Chapman, Duane .............................. 1998-99 Charles, Courtney .............................. 2006-07 Chevalier, Charles .............................. 2003-05 Christy, Cole...................................... 2010-11

Closner, Ashton ................................. 1990-91 Cobb, E. Wayne ................................ 1952-53 Cockerham, Brent ............................. 1982-83 Cockrell, Fletcher .............................. 1979-82 Colbert, Allen .................................... 2003-05 Cole, Parnell ..................................... 1952-53 Coleman, Dal .................................... 1952-53 Coleman, Zephaniah .......................... 2007-09 Collins, Chad ..................................... 1978-79 Collum, Jerry .................................... 1965-66 Compton, Brent................................. 2005-06 Cone, Harless.................................... 1955-56 Cooley, Jason .................................... 1997-99 Cooper, Cory ..................................... 2004-07 Cooper, LaFrance............................... 2007-09 Cooper, LaVan ................................... 1978-80 Cooper, Woody .................................. 1965-68 Cornelison, Chris ............................... 1993-95 Courtney, Brian ................................. 1999-00 Cox, Jerome ..................................... 2007-08 Crabtree, Joe .................................... 1978-79 Crittle, Fitzgerald ............................... 1985-87 Crowell, Stephen ............................... 1985-86 Csoma, Lorand .................................. 2000-04 Cunningham, Russell ......................... 2003-04 Cutright, Tony ................................... 1995-96 Darnell, Lorenzo ................................ 1982-84 Davis, Horace ................................... 2002-06 Davis, Ronnie .................................... 1988-90 Davis, Tommy ................................... 1983-84 Davis, Wade ..................................... 1983-84 Day, Alan .......................................... 1973-75 Dean, John ....................................... 1993-94 DeVance, Ricky ................................. 1976-80 Dews, Carnivorous ............................ 1990-94 Dossey, Cameron .............................. 2008-09 Driver, Gayle ..................................... 1962-64 Duck, Reggie .................................... 1969-73 Duke, Henry ..................................... 1957-62 Dunbar, Mack .................................... 2007-11 Dunn, William “Bo” ............................ 1959-63 Durham, Brandon .............................. 1999-03 Durham, Giff ..................................... 1992-93 Easley, Danny ................................... 1970-71 Easterling, Tommy ............................. 1968-70 Edwards, A.B. ................................... 2009-10 Egharevba, Deba............................... 2007-11 Elam, Chris ....................................... 1986-87 Elder, Rodney .................................... 1989-93 Ellis, Jeff ........................................... 1988-91 Ellison, Benny ................................... 1986-89 Endres, Russell ................................. 2005-07 Evans, Lance..................................... 1997-98 Fant, Hugh ....................................... 1965-66 Felder, Arthur .................................... 1988-89 Fisher, Clayton ...............................2001-2002 Fleming, Earl..................................... 1992-94 Fletcher, Daniel ................................. 2005-06 Fobb, D’Fron “Keith” .......................... 1999-01 Ford, LaRone .................................... 1992-93 Foreman, Marquis ............................. 2007-08 Fortenberry, Shane ............................ 1990-91 Foster, Donald ................................... 1988-91 Foster, Todd ...................................... 1986-90 Freeman, Clay ................................... 1992-95 Freeman, Jerry.................................. 1968-71 French, James................................... 1975-76 Frost, Morris ..................................... 1952-53 Fry, Charles ...................................... 1949-50

Fuller, Gary ....................................... 1992-93 Galentine, Brannon............................ 2004-05 Garrett, Nick ..................................... 2007-08 Gaylor, Brent ..................................... 1998-99 Germany, Ronnie ............................... 1994-98 Gibson, Terry .................................... 1975-77 Gilliard, Clifford ................................. 1976-79 Glenn, Jeff ........................................ 1979-83 Gordon, John .................................... 1986-91 Gould, Jason ..................................1986-1990 Graham, Marvin ................................ 1974-78 Grant, Keith ...................................... 1979-83 Grater, B.J......................................... 2002-03 Gray, Ahnre’ ...................................... 2010-11 Gray, Jermaric ................................... 1993-94 Gray, VaDereon ................................. 2006-07 Green, Fred ...................................... 1967-68 Green, Tommie ................................. 1985-86 Grider, Bruce ..................................... 1967-68 Grohman, Tyrell ................................ 1972-75 Groom, Charles ................................. 1961-62 Gulley, Charles .................................. 1961-62 Hamlin, Jason ................................... 1997-98 Hand, Leland .................................... 1977-78 Hanna, Nicky .................................... 1965-66 Hardage, Dewayne ............................ 1957-59 Harlan, Gerald................................... 1973-74 Harrell, Marques................................ 1994-95 Harris, Thomas ................................. 1993-95 Hatch, John ...................................... 1963-67 Havard, Cory..................................... 2007-08 Hawkins, Gerald ................................ 1990-91 Hayes, Jimmy ................................... 1955-56 Hemenes, Larry................................. 1963-66 Henderson, Adam ............................. 2003-04 Henry, Dwayne.................................. 1989-61 Herrod, John ..................................... 1982-83 Hickerson, Bruce ............................... 1998-00 Hickman, Josh .................................. 2006-08 Hicks, Kevin ...................................... 1985-87 Hillin, Pete ........................................ 1965-66 Holley, Jack....................................... 1949-50 Hollis, Nathan ................................... 1967-71 Holloway, Willie ................................. 2003-04 Holt, Justin ....................................... 2009-10 Hopkins, Clem ................................... 1992-93 Hornsby, Frank .................................. 1968-71 Horton, Lewis ................................... 1958-60 Houff, William ................................... 1990-93 Howard, B.J. ..................................... 2000-02 Howard, Marvin................................. 1979-80 Howard, Tyrone ................................ 1985-89 Howell, Buddy ................................... 1963-64 Hudspeth, Milton ............................... 1958-60 Hunt, Joe.......................................... 1985-90 Hunter, Kirt ....................................... 1983-86 Hunter, Milton ................................... 1979-80 Ingle, Bob......................................... 1958-62 Irby, Connie ...................................... 1955-57 Isom, Cedric ..................................... 2002-06 Isom, Chris ....................................... 2003-07 Jackson, Dontrell ............................... 2001-04 Jackson, Larry ................................... 1981-84 Jackson, Lee ..................................... 1972-73 Jalufka, Ashley .................................. 1997-98 James, Craig ..................................... 1983-84 Jefferson, Josh .................................. 2008-09 Jenkins, Talmadge ............................. 1973-74 Jiles, Steven ..................................... 1994-97

ETBU MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORDS ALL-TIME ROSTER Johnson, Allan .................................. 1981-82 Johnson, Bob .................................... 1949-50 Johnson, Chris .................................. 1988-89 Johnson, Corey ................................. 1988-89 Johnson, Corvaniel ............................ 2008-09 Johnson, Guevera ............................. 1982-83 Johnson, Keith .................................. 1993-96 Johnson, London ............................... 2003-04 Johnson, Wally .................................. 1956-59 Johnston, Kyle .................................. 1985-86 Jones, Courtney ................................ 2010-11 Jones, Decorey ................................. 2008-09 Jones, Dennis ................................... 2008-09 Jones, Doug...................................... 1977-80 Jones, Joe John ................................ 1949-50 Jones, Josh ....................................... 1997-98 Jones, Richard .................................. 1965-67 Jones, Seth ....................................... 2004-07 Jones, Tom ....................................... 1978-82 Joseph, Jaron ................................... 2009-11 Kenebrew, Adrian .............................. 1995-99 Keys, Michael ..........................2002-03, 05-06 King, Ben.......................................... 2002-04 Kirby, Bob ......................................... 1961-63 Kirchoff, Craig ................................... 1965-69 Kitchens, Mickey ............................... 1956-57 Kneipp, Jim ....................................... 1962-66 Kopetsky, Bobby ................................ 1969-71 Kris, Richard ..................................... 1983-84 Kyle, Josey ....................................... 2005-07 LaGarde, Jeremy ............................... 2010-11 Landers, Michael ............................... 1989-93 Larkins, Leonard ............................... 1973-75 Laroux, Lamar................................... 1994-96 Larry, Jerrod ..................................... 1989-91 Larry, Rodney.................................... 1988-89 Lawrence, Roy .................................. 1967-68 Leffall, Charles .................................. 1973-77 LeSpade, Tom ................................... 1990-91 Lewis, Ronnie ..................... 2000-01, 2003-06 Lewis, Tiago ..................................... 1994-96 Like, Steve ........................................ 1968-71 Lindsey, Corky................................... 1976-79 Lindsey, Larry ................................... 2001-03 Lister, Charles ................................... 1972-73 Little, Bill .......................................... 1956-58 Long, Dexter ..................................... 1983-84 Lover, Troy ........................................ 1990-91 Loewe, Lance .................................... 2010-11 Lowe, Larry ...................................... 2001-03 McBride, Bob .................................... 1956-58 McClendon, Billy ................................ 1990-94 McClendon, Michael ........................... 1990-91 McCollough, Tom ............................... 1952-56 McCutchens, Jim ............................... 1967-69 McDaniel, Edward ............................. 2000-01 McGregor, Chris ................................. 1999-01 McGuffee, Tim .................................. 1986-91 McKinney, Tyler ................................. 2007-08 McIntosh, Dale .................................. 1959-63 Mackey, Ray...................................... 1983-84 Madison, LaPatrick ............................ 1996-97 Marbot, Carlos .................................. 2004-08 Markham, Blaine ............................... 1977-78 Marsh, Steffon .................................. 2009-10 Martin, Charles.................................. 1952-53 Meador, Jason ................................... 1997-98 Metcalf, Bobby .................................. 1972-75 Miller, Brad........................................ 1981-82 Minor, Kevin ...................................... 1995-00

Minter, Milton .................................... 1963-66 Moore, Joe........................................ 1963-67 Morgan, Jerry ................................... 1958-62 Morman, James ................................ 2008-10 Morton, James .................................. 1952-53 Mosley, Eugene ................................. 2000-01 Mumphrey, Joe ................................. 2004-05 Murph, Glenn .................................... 1982-83 Murphy, Jordan ................................. 2007-11 Myers, Ronnie ................................... 1975-77 Nelson, Carl ...................................... 1989-90 Nichols, Brian .................................... 1969-73 O’Brien, Randy .................................. 1981-84 Odomes, Raheem .............................. 2009-10 Olague, Oscar ................................... 1952-56 Ott, Brannon ..................................... 2004-05 Owen, Douglas ................................. 1985-86 Owens, Quinton ................................ 2000-04 Owens, Robert .................................. 1974-77 Novak, Jim ........................................ 1957-59 Paetz, Marvin .................................... 1952-53 Palmer, Brandon ................................ 2005-07 Parr, Mike ......................................... 1967-68 Patillo, Johnny................................... 1983-84 Patton, Joe ....................................... 1985-86 Peters, Robin .................................... 1967-68 Peterson, Wyatt ................................ 1990-91 Pierre, Reginald................................. 1992-94 Pojah, Jeremiah .................. 2004-05, 2007-09 Price, James ..................................... 1983-84 Putman, Jackie.................................. 1958-63 Prejean, Miles ................................... 2010-11 Primm, Tommy.................................. 1958-60 Prince, RJ ......................................... 2009-11 Rabb, Wilford .................................... 1983-84 Ramsey, Ken ..................................... 1975-77 Ramsey, Pete .................................... 1958-60 Randle, Clifford ................................. 1973-74 Redfearn, Joe ................................... 1968-69 Releford, Alan ................................... 1988-89 Richardson, Brad ............................... 1979-80 Richardson, Vergil ............................. 1992-95 Roberts, Brian ................................... 1975-76 Robinson, Will ................................... 2007-08 Rogers, Delman ................................ 1956-57 Rogers, Glen ..................................... 1979-80 Rogers, James .................................. 1974-78 Rollins, Will ......................... 2003-04, 2005-07 Rose, Deon ....................................... 2001-02 Ross, Sam ........................................ 2005-06 Ryan, Kris ......................................... 2005-06 Salisbury, Robert ............................... 1993-94 Sanford, Larry ................................... 1972-73 Santiago, Chris .................................. 2009-11 Schwartz, Jack .................................. 1967-71 Self, Allan ......................................... 1952-53 Sessions, Corey ................................. 1994-96 Shaefer, Jared ................................... 2006-07 Shaw, Alan ....................................... 1988-90 Shaw, Alonzo .................................... 1982-83 Shaw, George ................................... 1967-68 Shepard, Michael............................... 2006-07 Shirley, Marshall ................................ 1976-77 Simmons, Brent ................................ 1975-77 Simmons, Doug................................. 1949-50 Sisk, Walter ...................................... 1949-50 Sims, Brent ....................................... 2001-02 Sims, Deon ....................................... 2004-05 Sitton, Casey .................................... 2004-05 Skinner, Lynn .................................... 1955-56

Smith, Colton .................................... 2009-10 Smith, Connie ................................... 1969-70 Smith, Fred ....................................... 1952-53 Smith, Jason ..................................... 1988-89 Smith, Kendre’ .................................. 2008-10 mith, Patrick ..................................... 1999-03 Smith, Paul ....................................... 1949-50 Smith, Randolph................................ 1976-77 Smith, Vernon ................................... 1961-64 Sparks, Abe ...................................... 2004-05 Sparks, Lynn ..................................... 1978-79 Stature, Tony .................................... 1995-98 Steadman, Ryan ................................ 1997-01 Stewart, Jonathan ............................. 2003-07 Stevens, Mark ................................... 1981-82 Stewart, Larry ................................... 1965-66 Stone, Johnny ................................... 1983-84 Strong, Andy..................................... 1949-50 Tarnok, Frank .................................... 2000-01 Taylor, Anthony ................................. 1993-94 Taylor, Karl ........................................ 1982-83 Taylor, Donald ................................... 1978-82 Terrell, Dale ...................................... 1961-62 Terry, James ..................................... 1974-76 Thomson, Andre ............................... 1992-93 Tipton, Arthur ................................... 1949-50 Tompkins, Don .................................. 1968-69 Toms, Larry ...................................... 1957-58 Toney, Craig ...................................... 1988-89 Traylor, Wesley .................................. 1998-99 Trichell, J.D. ...................................... 1952-57 Tucker, Stephen ................................ 1997-98 Turner, Danny ................................... 1981-83 Turner, Richard.................................. 1991-92 Turnipseed, Jacob ............................. 2008-11 Tuttle, Jeff ........................................ 1995-99 Tyler, Cedric ...................................... 2006-07 Upshaw, Don .................................... 1955-56 Upshaw, James ................................. 1952-53 Vanderford, Ray ................................ 1976-80 Vestal, Gordon .................................. 1952-53 Vines, Billy ........................................ 1952-53 Wainwright, Jace ............................... 1979-80 Walker, Lee ....................................... 1972-73 Walton, Thomas ................................ 1977-80 Waneck, Cody ................................... 2007-08 Waters, Courtney .............................. 2008-09 Watson, Doyle................................... 1952-53 Webb, Kenneth ................................. 2006-07 Wesley, Waymon ............................... 1970-71 West, Bert ........................................ 1969-70 West, Brody ...................................... 1995-96 Westfall, James ................................. 1982-84 White, Cappy .................................... 1972-73 White, Eric ........................................ 1983-84 White, James .................................... 1982-84 Whitmire, Bryan ................................ 2004-08 Williams, Gerald ................................ 1988-89 Williams, John ................................... 1973-74 Williams, Michael............................... 2010-11 Wilson, Adrian................................... 1998-99 Wilson, Jason .................................... 1996-97 Wilson, Jerome ................................. 1986-87 Winn, Cecil ....................................... 1957-60 Woodall, Troy .................................... 1961-63 Wooley, Carol .................................... 1958-59 Wooley, Don ..................................... 1955-58 Wright, Nathan ................................. 1973-74 Yokum, Johnny ................................. 1961-64 Young, David .................................... 1975-76

ETBU ATHLETICS East Texas Baptist University offers student-athletes, students and sports fans a wide variety of intercollegiate athletics programs from which to choose. The ETBU Athletic Department seeks to provide quality Christian education and competition for all its student-athletes. ETBU is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), competing at the Division III level. Division III institutions do not offer athletic scholarships in any sports program. Student-athletes may receive financial aid through academic scholarships, grants, loans, etc., however. ETBU has been a member of Division III since 1998, joining the ranks from status as an NAIA and NCAA Division II program. ETBU joined the American Southwest Conference (ASC) in 1998. The ASC is divided into East and West Divisions, with a current total membership of 15 colleges and universities spanning Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. A 16th institution, Centenary College of Louisiana, has been accepted as a new member and will begin play in the conference in the fall of 2011. ETBU competes in the ASC East Division, which includes LeTourneau University (Longview, Texas), Louisiana College (Pineville, La.), Mississippi College (Clinton, Miss.), University of the Ozarks (Clarksville, Ark.), University of TexasDallas (Richardson, Texas) and the University of Texas-Tyler (Tyler, Texas). Centenary will join the ASC East upon joining the league. The West Division consists of Concordia University (Austin, Texas), Hardin-Simmons University (Abilene, Texas), Howard Payne University (Brownwood, Texas), McMurry University (Abilene, Texas), Schreiner University (Kerrville, Texas), Sul Ross State University (Alpine, Texas), Texas Lutheran University (Seguin, Texas), and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (Belton, Texas). ETBU currently competes in 10 NCAA sports -- football, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, baseball, men’s and women’s cross country, softball and volleyball. The university will add men’s and women’s tennis in the fall of 2011.

ETBU CHAMPIONSHIPS/POSTSEASON APPEARANCES since 1998

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (3)

• Softball (2010, NCAA) • Men’s Soccer (1999, NCCAA; 1998, NCCAA)

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS (10) • Football (2003) • Volleyball (2001, 2002, 2003) • Softball (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2011)

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIPS (19) • Volleyball (2001, 2002, 2006, 2007) • Men’s Soccer (1999, 2000) • Men’s Basketball (2003) • Women’s Basketball (2000, 2002, 2007) • Softball (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2011) • Baseball (2000)

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE PLAYOFF APPEARANCES (45)

• 2011-2012: Women’s Soccer • 2010-2011: Volleyball, Men’s Basketball, Softball • 2009-2010: Women’s Soccer, Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Basketball, Softball • 2008-2009: Volleyball, Softball • 2007-2008: Volleyball, Men’s Basketball, Softball • 2006-2007: Volleyball, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Softball • 2005-2006: Volleyball, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Basketball, Softball • 2004-2005: Volleyball, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Softball, Baseball • 2003-2004: Football, Volleyball, Softball • 2002-2003: Volleyball, Men’s Basketball, Softball • 2001-2002: Volleyball, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Softball, Baseball • 2000-2001: Women’s Basketball, Softball

The ETBU Softball team became the first Tiger program and first ASC softball program to win the NCAA national championship in 2010, closing the year with eight straight wins including a 5-4 win over Linfield College in the national championship game on May 24, 2010, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

ETBU ATHLETICS KENT REEVES

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

B.S.E., John Brown University M.S.E., Arkansas State University

Phone: 903-923-2226 E-Mail: klreeves@etbu.edu

Now in his 14th year as Director of Athletics at East Texas Baptist University, Kent Reeves has presided over the Tigers’ transformation into a solid member of the NCAA Division III ranks. Reeves, who remains the winningest coach in two athletics programs at ETBU, originally stepped down as women’s basketball coach in 1997 to assume full-time duties as athletic director. He also was named the university’s first softball coach that year and laid the foundation for a program that has become one of the best in the nation annually. Under Reeves’ guidance as AD the department has grown from just five sports in 1997 to 10 in 2010, with men’s and women’s tennis set to be added in the fall of 2011. ETBU athletics programs have consistently competed for championships in the American Southwest Conference, with nine conference titles and 17 ASC division titles since joining the Division III ranks in 1998-99. ETBU teams have combined to make 41 conference tournament appearances since 1998, and the Tiger softball program claimed the university’s first NCAA national championship last spring. Facility upgrades have also been a staple of Reeves’ time as athletic director. Since 1997, ETBU has added new playing facilities for softball, football and soccer. Various upgrades and improvements have been added to each athletics program on campus over the last 10 years. Reeves arrived at ETBU as women’s basketball coach in 1987. When he decided to step down as basketball coach following the 1996-97 season, Reeves had directed the lady Tigers to an average of 20 wins per season in his 10 years as coach. He finished with 206 wins and his teams made nine NAIA postseason appearances. As softball coach from 1998-2000, Reeves built the program from scratch and culminated with the program’s first ASC championship in 2000. He assumed AD-only duties after that season but returned to the dugout in a pinch for the 2004 season. That year, the Tigers posted a program-record 41 wins. He then took another year off before returning for the 2006-07 seasons, finishing with a program-record 183 wins over six seasons. Reeves is active in the Marshall community, serving in the Marshall Lions Club as well as being a deacon at Central Baptist Church. He and his wife Mary Beth have two daughters: Kendra, who is married to Austin Skipworth, and Taylor, a student at Baylor University.

ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY Akins, Marleah Alonzo, Jose Blackmon, Sam Brandon, Sam Burk, Dan Collins, David Fortune, Thad Galloway, Bill Grant, Paul Hall, Sharon Hays, Jane Holliday, Marcus Jackson, Andrew Jackson, Karen Loyd, Ken Loyd, Lane Mashe, Kris Mashe, Lyndsay Papas, Mike Pippin, Randy Prather, Michael Prather, Natalie Pringle, Randy Reeves, Kent Sanders, Buzz Sartain, Mark Shirley, Guy Shirley, Janae Soles, Joanna Vann, Joe Weaver, David West, Bert

Women’s Basketball Assistant Men’s Soccer Head Coach Baseball Head Coach Football Assistant Football Assistant Athletic Trainer Football Assistant Softball Assistant Women’s Soccer Head Coach Football Secretary Volleyball Assistant Athletic Trainer Football Assistant Athletics Secretary Women’s Basketball Assistant Women’s Basketball Head Coach Volleyball Assistant Volleyball Head Coach Football Assistant Football Assistant Men’s Basketball Assistant Head Coach, Cross Country Healthplex/Facilities Manager Athletic Director Women’s Soccer Assistant Football Head Coach Softball Assistant Softball Head Coach Athletic Trainer Tennis Head Coach Sports Information Director Men’s Basketball Head Coach

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ATHLETICS PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT The East Texas Baptist University Intercollegiate Athletics Program functions as an integral part of the total education experience. The Intercollegiate Athletics Program emphasizes academics as the highest priority in the life of student-athletes. Recognizing that students have needs and interests which go beyond the scope of academic life, the University is committed to providing an Intercollegiate Athletics Program consistent with those needs and interests. Recognizing the positive impact of athletics participation on student development, as articulated in the University’s Mission Statement, the Athletics Program seeks to develop wellness, leadership and Christian character. Intercollegiate Athletics strives to establish and maintain an environment that values cultural diversity and gender equity among the student-athlete and athletics staff. Through competition, the Intercollegaite Athletics Program provides the means for those involved to come to develop as individuals as well as a vital part of a team. This allows the student-athlete to grow physically, emotionally, socially, spiritually and intellectually. During the process, the University is vigilant in monitoring the overall health and well-being of its student-athletes. East Texas Baptist University adheres to the principles of fair play and amateur athletic competition as defined by NCAA Division III legislation. The University also holds its coaches, administrators and student-athletes to the highest standards of sportsmanship and ethical conduct.

ETBU ATHLETICS ATHLETICS FACILITIES

ORNELAS STADIUM

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ORNELAS GYMNASIUM Ornelas Gymnasium, a gift from the Ornelas family of Tyler, was built in 1995 and replaced Keys Gymnasium as the home to ETBU volleyball and basketball. Although Keys still stands as an intramural facility, it is on the east end of the complex that now includes Ornelas Gym on the west side and Dean Healthplex in the middle. Ornelas Gym has bowl-stype seating, with three levels of seating extending down to the gym floor. The facility includes bleacher seats at floor level, reserved chairback in a mezzanine level and upper level general admission bleachers. ETBU students are allowed in the floor bleachers, typically across from the Tiger bench, to give the home fans a nice up-close view of the action. It also provides a nice homecourt advantage for the Tigers. As part of the complex that includes Ornelas Gym, Dean Healthplex was also constructed in 1995. Built with a gift from Ben and Mary Dean, the healthplex opened on the same day as Ornelas Gym and houses state-of-the-art equipment for physical fitness such as treadmills, stationary bicycles, stairmasters, free and machine weightlifting stations, and four racquetball courts. All healthplex facilities are free and open to ETBU faculty, staff and students. The complex also includes offices for athletic director, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer and volleyball coaches.

ETBU ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Class of 2011 Christi Coker, Steven Jiles Class of 2008 Bryce Morrow, Sam Park, Steve A. “Sparky” Sparks Class of 2007 Tony Cutright, Jana Allen Sims, Kathy Norris Edwards, Brent “Bink” Grimes Class of 2005 Bill Bockmon, Keith Grant, Cindi McEver Crabtree Class of 2004 Rodney Elder, Scott Surratt, Jon Forsythe Class of 2003 Carl Bunch, Mack Vernon Runnels Class of 2002 Marlon Farr, Donald Taylor, Fred Smith Class of 2001 Jesse Drake, Walter “Wally” Johnson, Joe Hogue

Class of 2000 Clarence T. Hamel, Ron Wimpy, Stan Gideon Class of 1998 Milam Donald “Don” Hightower, Danny Turner, Michelle Van Dyke, Jim Webb Class of 1997 Robert C. “Bob” Bunton, Ray Rutledge, Doyle Watson Class of 1996 Col. Richard Gene Grammar, Charlie W. “Chiley” Johnston, Earnest Watkins Class of 1995 Tim Brown, Phyllis Boykins Jeffery, James Westfall Class of 1994 John L. Bryant, Clifford Gilliard, Mike Morrison Class of 1993 Tommy Blake, Richard Jones, Larry Osteen, C. F. Kuykendall

Class of 1992 Annon M. Card, Col. James Headrich, Robert Ingle, James Rogers, Raymond Wray

CORNISH FIELD

TAYLOR FIELD

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Class of 1991 John Callahan, Marvin Graham, Craig Kirchoff, Jerry Morgan Class of 1990 M. L. Dubach, William “Bo” Dunn, John A. Hatch, Jim Kneipp Class of 1989 Charles “Chuck” Fry, Nathan Hollis, Joe Moore, John O. Stephens Class of 1988 Dr. Harles Cone, Dr. Jerry Ellis, Joe John Jones, Coach R. C. Kennedy

WOODS FIELD

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2011-12 ETBU Men's Basketball Bluebook/Media Guide