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2011-12 North Georgia Men’s Basketball Quick Facts GENERAL INFORMATION Location ......................................... Dahlonega, GA Founded.........................................................1873 Enrollment..................................................5,853 Nickname.............................................Lady Saints Colors ..................................... Royal Blue & White Affiliation .................................. NCAA Division II Conference.............................................Peach Belt President......................................Dr. Bonita Jacobs Director of Athletics.......................Lindsay Reeves Faculty Representative...............Margaret Poitevint Website............................www.SaintsSports.com PROGRAM HISTORY Inaugural Season .............................................1971 All Time Record ........................................604-412 NCAA Appearances.......................................None Last Postseason Opponent....................Montevallo Result............(L) 88-79 PBC Quarterfinals (2010) Most Wins in a Season..........23 (1982, 1983, 2005) SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS Director................................................David Beall Alma Mater, Yr.......................North Georgia, 2008 Office Phone.....................................706-867-3250 Cell Phone........................................404-513-9272 Office Fax.........................................706-867-2865 Email............................jdbeall@northgeorgia.edu Mailing Address.....82 College Circle; Dahlonega, GA 30597 Assistant Director...............................Joey Daniels Alma Mater, Yr..............Wisc.-Stevens Point, 2011 COACHING STAFF Head Coach.....................................Chris Faulkner Alma Mater, Yr......................North Georgia, 1993 Record at NG........................117-115 (9th Season) Career Record....................166-172 (15th Season) Office Phone.....................................706-867-2865 Assistant Coach....................................Josh Travis Alma Mater, Yr..............................Reinhardt, 2001 TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Overall Record.................................10-16 Home................................................................7-4 Away............................................................3-11 Neutral............................................................0-1 2010-11 PBC Record (finish)................7-10 (11th) Home.............................................................5-4 Away..............................................................2-6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................9/6 Starters Returning/Lost......................................2/3 Roster Breakdown (Sr/Jr/So/Fr)...............(5/7/2/3) Facility (Capacity)..............Memorial Hall (2,500)

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS #02 Clarence Tillman #12 Chaun Tinney #24 Elijah Smith #50 Robby Goldsmith

2011-12 NORTH GEORGIA MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER No. 2 10 11 12 20 21 22 23 24 25 32 33 40 44 50 RS RS

Name Clarence Tillman Tyler Norman Pat Moynihan Chaun Tinney Cody Coleman Chase Anderson Taylor Metzger Scott Windom Elijah Smith Travis Core Victor Holder Erekle Jgerenaia Ryan Sharpe Michael Varrichione Robby Goldsmith Jarrett Christian Taylor Guthrie

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

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

Ht. 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-8 6-2 6-4 6-8 6-2 6-6 6-10 6-2 6-4

Wt. 190 183 181 170 175 202 185 210 170 170 211 190 185 210 231 175 184

Hometown/Previous School Orange Park, FL/St. Johns River CC Cleveland, GA/Truett-McConnell Atlanta, GA/Centennial HS Decatur, GA/Georgia Perimeter Rabun Gap, GA/Truett-McConnell Lawrenceville, GA/Mill Creek HS Norcross, GA/Greater Atlanta Christ. Cartersville, GA/Woodland HS Hephzibah, GA/Louisburg College Trenton, GA/Dade County HS Uniondale, NY/Dean College Republic of Georgia/Pensacola State Canton, GA/Cherokee HS Medway, MA/Xaverian Brothers Melbourne, FL/Hargrave Military Suwanee, GA/Duluth HS Dahlonega, GA/Lumpkin County HS

Head Coach: Chris Faulkner (9th Season) Assistant Coach: Josh Travis (9th Season) Graduate Assistant: Michael Moynihan (1st season) 2011-12 NORTH GEORGIA MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date Nov. 11 Nov. 12 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 29 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Dec. 31 Jan. 3 Jan. 7 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 22 Feb. 25

Opponent Brevard College Mars Hill Newberry College Truett McConnell College Alabama-Huntsville West Florida Young Harris College Limestone College Georgia College* Belmont Abbey College Anderson University Clayton State University* Augusta State University* UNC Pembroke* Young Harris College Francis Marion University* Lander University* USC Aiken* Armstrong Atlantic* Flagler College* Georgia Southwestern* Columbus State University* University of Montevallo* Clayton State University* Georgia College* Georgia Southwestern* Columbus State University* University of Montevallo*

Location Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Newberry, SC Dahlonega, GA Pensacola, FL Pensacola, FL Young Harris, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Belmont, NC Dahlonega, GA Morrow, GA Augusta, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Greenwood, SC Aiken, SC Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Americus, GA Columbus, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Milledgeville, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Montevallo, AL

Time 7:30 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM TBA TBA 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 4:30 PM

Home games in bold All Games listed as EST * - Peach Belt Conference game 2011-12 ROSTER BREAKDOWN

2010-11 STATISTICS 13.3 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 26 game played 4.7 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 102 assists 11.6 ppg, 7.0 rpg, 56 blocks 6.5 ppg, 3.1 rpg, .430 FG%

KEY PLAYERS LOST #14 Carl Taylor #22 Brody Langston #23 Keldrick Coleman #32 Jon Nolton

2010-11 STATISTICS 16.5 ppg, 2.7 rpg, All-PBC 5.4 ppg, 2.6 rpg 5.5 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 36 steals 2.7 ppg, 1.5 rpg

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2011-12 Men’s Basketball Media Guide was produced by David Beall, Assistant AD for Sports Communications, and assisted by Joey Daniels, Steve Cunha and the Sports Communications staff. Photography by Bill Akin of SkyHawk Sports Photography and Gail Justus.

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North Georgia College & State University offers a high quality college experience in a beautiful mountain setting, about an hour north of Atlanta. With more than 6,000 students, North Georgia is large enough to provide a wide array of opportunities and activities, but small enough to ensure personal attention from professors and to foster friendships among students.

Specializing in leadership training and developing civilian and military leaders since 1873, the state’s Board of Regents has designated North Georgia as a Georgia Leadership Institution. For more than 130 years, North Georgia has been helping students discover remarkable things about themselves and the world. Classes are small and are taught by professional faculty – not graduate teaching assistants. This personalized attention helps graduates gain a solid foundation on which to build their lives —a quality education with practical experiences and leadership opportunities to give them a career advantage.

Located in Dahlonega, Ga., a small historic town in the Blue Ridge Mountains, North Georgia is a coeducational public university emphasizing strong liberal arts, as well as pre-professional, professional and graduate programs. The university offers more than 50 majors to prepare students for nearly any career. Nestled in the mountains, the gold-rush town of Dahlonega has kept its historic The state’s second-oldest university and charm and spirit. Students easily walk the first to admit women, North Georgia to nearby restaurants, shops, banks and offers an exceptional educational value, churches. The campus is safe, clean, and but it also offers an education of val- friendly, with the excitement and enterues. North Georgia’s faculty and staff tainment of metro Atlanta only a short are dedicated to the education and tradi- drive away. tional values that help students excel in whatever career they choose. Surrounded by the Chattahoochee National Forest, North Georgia is an outNorth Georgia is distinctive among its door enthusiast’s dream, with endless peer institutions in that it is one of only places for hiking, mountain climbing, six senior military colleges in the United hunting, fishing, bird-watching, whiteStates. The Army ROTC Corps of Ca- water rafting, canoeing and camping. dets comprises about 13 percent of the This area of North Georgia draws many student population at North Georgia. Be- visitors who enjoy its lush forests, stuncause of this distinction, North Georgia ning waterfalls and abundant wildlife. has been designated by the state legislature as The Military College of Georgia.

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PRESIDENT DR. BONITA JACOBS Dr. Bonita Jacobs is the 17th president of North Georgia College & State University. North Georgia College & State University is a leading and distinctive institution within in the University System of Georgia. With more than 6,000 students, the university educates and develops leaders through its four schools and its Corps of Cadets, which comprises about 15 percent of the student body.

educate leaders through a strong liberal arts programs. “The university has so many outstanding characteristics, including its senior military college status, that it’s no surprise it’s a state-designated leadership institution,” she said. “I look forward to building on the university’s extraordinarily rich heritage.”

Jacobs took office on July 1, 2011, and she A student affairs professional and profes- will be formally installed as president in sor of counseling and higher education, an inauguration ceremony in spring 2012. Jacobs brings a deep commitment to North Georgia’s student-focused college experience and its mission to develop and

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Chris Faulkner is in his ninth year as the head men’s basketball coach at North Georgia in 2011-12. During his first seven seasons at the helm, the Saints basketball program has accumulated a record of 117-115. He led the 2008-09 Saints basketball team to the quarterfinals of the Peach Belt Conference basketball tournament, with a record of 15-12, and a fifth place regular season finish.

CHRIS FAULKNER HEAD COACH

Coach Faulkner first became involved with North Georgia as a player in 1989. Since then, he has continued to work with the university’s basketball program for the past 15 years as a player, assistant, and head coach. Faulkner is a 1993 graduate of North Georgia College where he received a B.S. in physical education and a M.Ed. in education in 1995. Faulkner played four years of collegiate basketball at North Georgia (1989-1993) and in the 1992-1993 season, he served as team captain. He also participated in international summer play in Costa Rica, Spain, and was a recipient of the Will D. Young Scholarship.

After finishing his playing career at North Georgia, he assumed the role of assistant coach in 1993. Faulkner spent four seasons as the assistant under former head coach and Athletic Director Randy Dunn. In 1996, Faulkner helped Dunn lead the team to the Conference championship and the program’s third appearance at the NAIA National Tournament. In 1997, he was named head basketball coach at Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia. After taking the helm at Piedmont in 1997, he led the basketball program during the transitional period from NAIA to NCAA Division III and into the newly formed Great South Athletic Conference (GSAC). After finishing the 2002-03 season with a tenure best 17-10 record and GSAC tournament runner-up, Faulkner was named the GSAC Coach of the Year. In addition to his basketball duties, he also served as head of the men’s and women’s golf teams. Faulkner’s teams have produced eight All-Conference players, one All-American, and numerous Academic All-Conference selections. In May 2003, Faulkner returned to his alma mater as head men’s basketball coach. His 2003-04 team produced the Georgia-Alabama-Carolina Conference “Newcomer of the Year” as well as an All-Freshman Team member. In 2004-05, he led the Saints to a record breaking season as they finished second in the Southern States Athletic Conference with a 23-10 overall record. His team set new school records for points (3015), scoring average (91.4 ppg), and conference wins (16). It also marked the first time the men’s basketball team had won 20 or more games since the 1995-1996 season. In addition, he coached the conference “Player of the Year” and NAIA All-American as well as two NAIA Academic All-Americans. Along with his coaching duties, he serves as an instructor in the Department of Health and Physical Education. Coach Faulkner and his wife, Daphney, reside in Dahlonega with their two sons, Gus and Cal.

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JOSH TRAVIS ASSISTANT COACH

RICHARD SIMMONS ASSISTANT COACH

MICHAEL MOYNIHAN ASSISTANT COACH

Josh Travis is in his ninth season as the men’s basketball assistant coach for North Georgia in 2011-12. During his tenure with the Saints, the program has posted a 117-115 mark, including a birth in the semifinals of the 2007-08 Peach Belt Conference basketball tournament.

Richard Simmons is in his third year as the men’s basketball assistant coach for North Georgia College & State University in 2011-12.

Michael Moynihan is in his first year as a graduate assistant for the North Georgia College & State University men’s basketball team in 2011-12.

After serving as a graduate assistant in 2003-2004, Travis was promoted to assistant coach. Along with coaching, he is an instructor in the Health and Physical Education department and received his M.Ed. in Physical Education at North Georgia. Travis comes to North Georgia from Reinhardt College where he served as an assistant coach for the women’s basketball team in 2002-2003, and as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball team in 2001-2002. He played basketball for Truett-McConnell College for two seasons in 1997-1999 and then transferred to Reinhardt where he played during the 20002001 season. Coach Travis and his wife, Sasha, reside in Dawsonville, Georgia.

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Simmons brings 38 years of coaching experience to the staff, including stops at Pineville High School in Pineville, West Virginia, and Hilliard High School in Hilliard, Florida, before coming to Georgia for coaching positions at Morrow High School and Lovejoy Middle School. During his coaching career, Simmons has an overall record of 395-194, while leading his teams to a pair of state tournament runner-up finishes, 11 state tournaments, 11 region championship, and seven regional runner-up appearances. He has coached 28 all-state players, while 67 of his players received collegiate basketball scholarships, and one player is continuing his professional career overseas. At Concord University, Simmons earned First-Team All-Conference honors in baseball and basketball in 1965 and 1966, before completing his undergraduate degree and receiving his graduate degree from the University of West Georgia. Richard and his wife Deb reside in Dahlonega, Georgia, and have three children, Lori, Sean, and Matthew.

Coach Moynihan comes to the Saints from Buford high school where he served as the head men’s basketball assistant for one year. Moynihan, along with head coach Allen Whitehart, coached the Buford Wolves to the Class AA State Championship in their first year on staff. Buford was ranked in the Top 10 in Georgia AA for the entire 2010-11 basketball season. Moynihan spent two years as a member of the Saints basketball team, earning All-Georgia Basketball Coach’s Association Team honors and Second-Team All-Conference honors during his senior season despite missing the last seven games of the season with a knee injury. He transferred to North Georgia from Georgia State University where he spent two seasons playing for the Panthers and started the final six games of his sophomore year, averaging 13 points and four assists during those starts. While in a North Georgia uniform, he led the Saints in assists every year. During his senior season he led the team in points and assists averaging 14.4 points and 5.2 assists per game. He also shot 82.2 percent from the free throw line, and was 39.7 percent from long range. During his two years as the point guard for the Saints, he was a career 40.4 percent career three-point shooter. Moynihan’s duties include recruiting, skill development, scouting, and handling day-to-day operations of the program. He graduated from North Georgia College & State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and is now pursuing his Master’s in Teaching. Michael is also the Grandson of legendary basketball coach “Lefty” Driesell.

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CLAR E N C E T I L L M A N Guard u Junior u 6-4 u SENIOR 181 u Atlanta, Georgia | FORWARD (Centennial High School)

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6-4 | 190 | ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA

2011 (Junior) – Appeared in 26 games for the Saints starting in starting in eight of them...averaging 25 minutes per game Tillman shot 42 percent (119-287) from the field...shot 70 percent (87-124) from the free throw line and was second on the team in scoring averaging 13.3 PPG...finished with 34 steals. Previous School – Played at St. Johns River Community College for two seasons (2008-10)…during his sophomore year, played in 28 games while averaging 16 points and pulling down seven rebounds…shot 56-percent from the field… named to the Mid-Florida All-Conference Team…as a freshman, logged 94 minutes of playing time while appearing in 31 games…shot 71-percent behind the free throw line…averaged eight points, four rebounds, and two steals for the Vikings. High School – Attended Orange Park High School where he played under Head Coach Darryl Lauderdale...named to the All-County and All-Conference teams during his career. Personal – Born on August 16, 1990 in Orange Park, Florida…son of Clarence and Dalphine Tillman…has two siblings, Kimberly and Ebony…majoring in Physical Education.

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TYLE R N O R M A N Guard u Junior u 6-4 u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia JUNIOR | GUARD (Centennial High School)

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6-0 | 183 | CLEVELAND, GEORGIA

2010 (Sophomore) – Appeared in 27 games for the Saints, starting in 11 of them...finished with 42 assists and 17 steals along his way to averaging 5.1 points per game High School – Played at White County High School for head coach Mark Carroll. Previous School – Played in all 29 games, averaging 4.4 points per game 1.3 steals per game at Truett-McConnell College. During his freshmen season playing for the Bears, Norman shot 35-percent (8-23) from behind the arc, while shooting 34-precent (44-131) from the field. Personal – Born March 3, 1990…son of Terry Norman and Andrell Cantrell

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PAT M O Y N I H A N Guard u Junior u 6-4 u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia JUNIOR | GUARD (Centennial High School)

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6-4 | 181 | ATLANTA, GEORGIA

2011 (Sophomore) - Appeared in 26 games for the Saints starting in four...led team in free throw percentage at 83 percent...finished the season with 50 rebounds, 25 assists and 13 steals... 2010 (Freshman) - Appeared in 28 games for the Saints…shot 41percent (53-129) from the field, while shooting 32-percent (19-58) from the behind the arc… connected on 74-percent (40-54) of his free throw attempts…tallied 60 rebounds, 16 steals, and 34 assists… recorded three games with double figures against Lynn, USC Aiken, and Columbus State…named Moe’s Athlete of the Week (Nov. 15) after his performances in the two exhibition games to start the 2009-2010 season…received Peach Belt Conference Presidential Scholar Athlete award. 2009 (Redshirt) - Redshirted, did not see any action. High School - Attended Centennial High School...recipient of student-athlete academy award and the Excalibur award.

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Personal - Born September 4, 1989...Son of Patty Driesell and Matt Moynihan...has one brother, Michael, who is the current graduate assistant for the team and former player.

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CHAU N T I N N EY Guard u Junior u 6-4 u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia SENIOR | GUARD (Centennial High School)

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6-0 | 170 | DECATUR, GEORGIA

2011 (Junior) – Played in 24 games for the Saints, starting in 19...led team in 3-point field goal percentage at 42 percent (13-31)...grabbed 80 rebounds and finished with 34 steals... led team with 102 assists averaging 4.3 per game...also led team in field goal percentage with 48 percent (36-75). Previous School – Played at Georgia Perimeter College under Head Coach Alfred Barney during 2007-08…helped led his team to the Georgia Junior College Athletic Association Championship and National Junior College Athletic Association tournament appearance. High School – Attended and graduated from Columbia High School in Decatur, Georgia…received Second-Team AllCounty honors…named Most Valuable Player during his career. Personal – Born on March 14, 1988 in Decatur, Georgia… son of Ruby Bates

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RYAN S H A R P E Guard u Junior u 6-4SOPHOMORE u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia | FORWARD (Centennial High School)

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6-2 | 185 | CANTON, GEORGIA 2011 (Freshman) - Made three appearances for the Saints. High School – Graduated in 2009 from Cherokee High School in Canton, GA…played under head coach Roger Kvam where he led the region in number of charges taken. Personal – Born March 20, 1991 in Ball Ground, Georgia...son of Gerald and Nancy Sharpe...has one sister, Lindsey

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CODY C O L E M A N Guard u Junior u 6-4 u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia SENIOR | GUARD (Centennial High School)

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6-1 | 175 | RABUN GAP, GEORGIA

2011 (Junior) - Appeared in six games for the Saints. 2010 (Sophomore) - Recorded playing time in three games for the Saints where he was two-for-two from the free-throw line…named a Peach Belt Conference Bronze Scholar. Previous School - Played in 17 games, scoring 14 points and recording four steals at Truett-McConnell College…shot 31-percent (4-14) from the floor, and 50 (2-4) percent from behind the arc…pulled down six rebounds and while averaging 0.9 points per game. High School - Played basketball at Rabun County High School for head coach Jeff Page…named AllRegion during junior and senior season. Personal - Born May 8, 1989…son of Mark and Gail Coleman…has two siblings Keri, Kami

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CHAS E A N D E R S O N Guard u Junior u 6-4 u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia JUNIOR | GUARD (Centennial High School)

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6-5 | 202 | LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA

2011 (Sophomore) - Appeared in 10 games for the Saints...grabbed eight rebounds and dished out five assists. 2010 (Freshman) - Played in 13 games for the Saints…shot 75-percent from the free-throw line, while pulling down nine rebounds and adding nine assists.

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High School - Played for head coach Phil Bollier at Mill Creek High School. Personal - Born April 6, 1990…son of Charles and Karen Anderson

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TAYL O R M ET Z G E R Guard u Junior u 6-4 uSOPHOMORE 181 u Atlanta,| Georgia GUARD (Centennial High School)

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6-3 | 195 | NORCROSS, GEORGIA

2011 (Freshman) - Appeared in three games for the Saints. 2010 (Redshirt) - Redshirted, did not see any action. High School - Played for head coach Eddie Martin at Great Atlanta Christian High School…averaged 12.3 points per game, three assists, and four rebounds per game during senior season…named to the Gwinnett County Team of the Month and the Gwinnett County All-Star Game.

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SCOT T W I N D O M Guard u Junior u 6-4 u JUNIOR 181 u Atlanta, Georgia | FORWARD (Centennial High School)

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6-5 | 210 | CARTERSVILLE, GEORGIA

Previous School - Played in 22 games for DesMoines Area Community College soring a conference best 371 points while being named a Freshman All-American and a Preseason First-Team All-American his Sophomore year. High School - Played at Woodland High School where he was named Player of the Year. Personal - Born October 6, 1988…son of Sharon Peavy

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ELIJA H S MI T H Guard u Junior u 6-4 u SENIOR 181 u Atlanta, Georgia | FORWARD (Centennial High School)

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6-8 | 170 | HEPHZIBAH, GEORGIA

2011 (Junior) - Started in 23 of 26 games for the Saints logging 30 minutes per game...shot 52 percent (110-211) from the field...led team in free throw attempts with 149 shooting 54 percent (converted 81)...led team in rebounding with 183 averaging seven a game...led team in blocks with 56 along the way in averaging 11.6 PPG. Previous School – Attended and played at Louisburg College for two seasons (2008-10)…during his sophomore season, played in 14 games while averaging two assists, four rebounds, and two blocks per game…shot 47-percent from the field while totaling seven points per game…as a freshman, played in 24 games where he shot 44-percent on the court…averaged five points, five rebounds and two blocks for the Hurricanes. High School – Graduated in 2008 from Hephzibah High School. Personal – Born December 30, 1989 in Augusta, Georgia...son of Thomas and Andrea Smith...has one sibling, Ethan

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TRA V I S C O R E Guard u Junior u 6-4 uFRESHMAN 181 u Atlanta,| GUARD Georgia (Centennial High School)

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6-2 | 170 | TRENTON, GEORGIA

High School – Played at Dade County High School...named to First-Team All-State in Jr. & Sr. seasons, Chattanooga player of the Year, NW Georgia Tip-Off Club Player of the Year. Personal – Born Februay 23, 1993…son of Patrick and Kathy Core…has two siblings, Christine and Josh.

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VICT O R H O L D E R Guard u Junior u 6-4 u JUNIOR 181 u Atlanta, Georgia | FORWARD (Centennial High School)

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6-4 | 211 | UNIONDALE, NEW YORK

Previous School - Played in all 24 games for Dean College averaging 14 PPG and 8 RPG. Named to All-Region and earned Junior College All-American honors...Named Team MVP and Player of the week...Second-Team All-Conference and Honorable Mention in two seasons played High School - Played at Upper Room Christian School... named team MVP, Most Improved Player, and earned a spot on the National Honors Society. Personal - Born July 10, 1991…son of Victor and Verlene Holder

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EREK L E J G E R E N A I A Guard u Junior u 6-4 u SENIOR 181 u Atlanta, Georgia | FORWARD (Centennial High School)

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6-8 | 190 | TBILISI, REP. OF GEORGIA

2011 (Senior) - Redshirt last season with the Saints. Did not see any action. Previous School - Played at Pensacola State Junior College along side brother George during the 2009-2010 season…played in 23 games where he shot 40-percent from the field…averaged four points and two rebounds. High School - Attended Maine Central Institute where he graduated in 2006. Personal - Born September 11, 1988 in Tblisi, Georgia Republic…has one brother, George, who also is a member of the 2010-11 Saints Basketball team

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MICH A E L V A R R I C H I O N E Guard u Junior u 6-4 u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia FRESHMAN | CENTER (Centennial High School)

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6-6 | 210 | MEDWAY, MASSACHUSETTS

High School – Played at Xaverian Brothers High School. Personal – Born March 19, 1993…son of Maria Varrichione...has two siblings, Anthony and Ron

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ROB B Y G O L D S M I T H Guard u Junior u 6-4 u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia JUNIOR | CENTER (Centennial High School)

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6-10 | 231 | MELBOURNE, FLORIDA

2011 (Sophomore) - Appeared in 26 games for the Saints, starting four of them...shot 43% from the field and 73% from the free throw line...grabbed 81 rebounds and blocked 14 shots. 2010 (Freshman) - Played in five games for the Saints… recorded a shooting percentage of 67-percent (2-3) from the field while pulling down two rebounds…named a Peach Belt Conference Silver Scholar Athlete. High School - Played at Eau Gallie High School under head coach Brandon Palmer, and at Hargrove Military Academy…named the team’s Most Valuable Player and most improved…recipient of the Coaches Award. Personal - Born August 9, 1989…son of Robert and Jackie Goldsmith…has one sibling, Kyle

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JARR ET T C H R I S T I A N Guard u Junior u 6-4 u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia REDSHIRT (Centennial High School)

| GUARD 6-2 | 175 | SUWANEE, GEORGIA

Previous School – Payed limited action at Erskine College High School – Played at Duluth High School. 2009 Gwinnett County Team of the Month, 2009 Cass County High SChool All-Tournament, 2009 Gwinnett County All-Star Personal – Born July 31, 1991…son of Merritt and Jennifer Christian

TAY L O R G U T H R I E Guard u Junior u 6-4 u 181 u Atlanta, Georgia REDSHIRT (Centennial High School)

| GUARD 6-4 | 190 | DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA

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1971-72 Record: 16-14 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1985-86 Record: 18-10 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1999-2000 Record: 19-14 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

1972-73 Record: 19-8 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1986-87 Record: 14-14 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

2000-01 Record: 9-23 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

1973-74 Record: 22-18 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1987-88 Record: 17-15 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

2001-02 Record: 8-23 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

1974-75 Record:15-12 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1988-89 Record: 14-16 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

2002-03 Record: 14-20 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

1975-76 Record: 19-13 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1989-90 Record: 10-16 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2003-04 Record: 13-20 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1976-77 Record: 22-9 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1990-91 Record: 14-17 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2004-05 Record: 23-10 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1977-78 Record:20-16 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1991-92 Record: 19-13 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2005-06 Record: 14-12 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1978-79 Record: 18-11 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1992-93 Record: 16-15 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2006-07 Record: 9-21 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1979-80 Record: 12-18 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1993-94 Record: 11-19 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2007-08 Record: 18-11 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1980-81 Record: 18-10 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1994-95 Record: 11-22 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2008-09 Record: 15-12 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1981-82 Record: 23-7 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1995-96 Record: 20-15 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2009-10 Record: 15-13 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1982-83 Record: 23-9 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1996-97 Record: 13-20 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2010-11 Record: 10-16 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1983-84 Record: 17-15 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1997-98 Record: 16-17 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

1984-85 Record: 18-10 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1998-99 Record: 10-24 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

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ALL-TIME RECORD BOOK I n d i v i d u a l Season Re c or ds POINTS

1. Matt Causey 783 2005 2. Jim Hyder 709 1975 3. Kevin Harris 708 1987 1. Jim Hyder 282 1974 2. Kevin Harris 276 1987 3. Willie Thomas 265 1983 1. Kevin Harris 2. Jim Hyder 3. Matt Causey

FIELD GOAL %

1. Paul Hodges 2. Willie Thomas 3. Oren Gilmore

FREE THROWS

1. Matt Causey 2. Matt Causey 3. Kevin Harris

POINTS 122

vs Piedmont

FIELD GOALS 47

FIELD GOALS

SCORING AVERAGE

Team Sing le Game Recor ds

vs Paine College vs Carver Bible College

25.3 1987 24.4 1974 23.7 2005

1983-84 2008-09

vs USC Aiken

2005-06

ASSISTS

1. Matt Causey 2. David Lockhardt 3. David Lockhardt

REBOUNDS

1. Tony Harris 2. Willie Thomas 3. Oren Gilmore

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1,092 .557 91.4

2004-05

FREE THROWS

1991-92 1972-73

273

1995-96

3-POINT FG % .400

REBOUNDS 1,281

REBOUND AVERAGE 40.0

1989-90

OPPONENTS SCORING 1981-82

GAMES WON

1996 2011 1992 2002

23 23

1981-82 2004-05

CONSECUTIVE WINS 14

225 2005 193 1984 167 1983

1981-82

CONFERENCE RECORD 12-2 12-2

1981-82 1982-83

Individual Sing le Game Recor ds

326 1974 317 1983 312 1986

127 1992 58 2005 56 2011

1989-90 2002-03

59.3 104 86 76 74

1995-96 1985-86

3-POINT FG

227 2005 200 2006 153 1987

1. Jimmy Williams 12.1 1990 2. Jim Hyder 11.7 1973 3. Tony Harris 11.6 1974 1. Paul Hodges 2. Mark Trust 3. Elijah Smith

FIELD GOALS

.787

.694 1992 .645 1983 .611 1986

REBOUND AVERAGE

BLOCKED SHOTS

2004-05

FREE THROW %

1. John Dean .902 1983 2. Vince Ray .890 2000 3. Ronnie Hunnicutt .865 1973 1. Jason Gibson 2. Carl Taylor 3. Jeff Steele 4. Kevin Toatley

3,015

767

FREE THROW %

3-POINT FG

POINTS

SCORING AVERAGE

REBOUNDS 63

2005-06

FIELD GOAL %

3-POINT FG 20

Team S i n g l e Season Re c o r d s

Points Field Goals Free Throws 3-Point FG Assists Rebounds Blocked Shots

Jim Hyder Jim Hyder Richard Wehunt Matt Causey Jason Gibson David Lockhardt Tony Harris Oren Gilmore Kevin Harris Paul Hodges

46 18 17 17 9 15 21 21 21 15

vs Gordan College vs Gordan College vs Ala. Montgomery vs Piedmont vs Voorhees vs GCSU vs GCSU vs LaGrange vs Limestone vs Berry

1971-72 1971-72 2000-01 2005-06 1995-96 1983-84 1971-72 1984-85 1986-87 1992-93

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Individual Season Recor ds

POINTS

POINTS

FIELD GOALS

FIELD GOALS

Anthony Rowe 1,143 Anthony Rowe 433

SCORING AVERAGE Matt Causey

Anthony Rowe .527

FREE THROWS

Anthony Rowe 256

FREE THROW % 3-POINT FG Andre Morgan

2006

2006-2009 2006-2009

.862

2006

158

2010-2011

3-POINT FG% Dustin David

2006-2009

23.3

FIELD GOAL %

Matt Causey

2006-2009

.438

2007

255

2005-2008

Anthony Rowe 752

2006-2009

ASSISTS

Jakirra Milsap

REBOUNDS

REBOUND AVERAGE Bernard Rimmer 7.2

BLOCKED SHOTS

Anthony Rowe 124

STEALS

Keldrick Coleman 9 4

2010 2006-2009 2010-2011

Matt Causey

Jay Anderson

582 2006 173 2007

SCORING AVERAGE Matt Causey

23.3 2006

FIELD GOAL %

Anthony Rowe .584 2006

FREE THROWS Matt Causey

200 2006

FREE THROW % Matt Causey

.862 2006

3-POINT FG Carl Taylor

86 2011

3-POINT FG% Xavier Trice

ASSISTS

Matt Causey

.440 2008 166 2006

REBOUNDS

Anthony Rowe 200 2007

REBOUND AVERAGE Anthony Rowe

8.6 2009

BLOCKED SHOTS Elijah Smith

56 2011

STEALS

Keldrick Coleman 58 2010

Points Field Goals Free Throws 3-Point FG Assists Rebounds Blocked Shots Steals

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Matt Causey Matt Causey Jay Anderson Matt Causey Carl Taylor Carl Taylor Carl Taylor Matt Causey Jakirra Milsap Anthony Rowe George Jgerenaia Andre Morgan

40 12 12 17 8 8 8 11 11 19 6 7

vs Piedmont vs Columbus St. vs Augusta St. vs Piedmont vs Montevallo vs Francis Marion vs Anderson vs USC Aiken vs UNC Pembroke vs Georgia College vs Mount Olive vs Armstrong Atlantic

01/30/06 02/15/06 01/20/07 01/30/06 03/03/10 02/09/11 12/15/10 12/03/05 02/16/08 01/07/09 11/19/10 01/05/09

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All-Time Letterwinners Aaron, Buckner 1996 Abernathy, Brad 1987-1990 Alexander, Rodney 1998 Amey, Virgil 1990-1991 Anderson, Chase 2010-2011 Anderson, Jay 2007 Anderson, Nathan 1997 Arnold, Emanuel 1987 Bach, Peter 2000-2001 Baggett, Kevin 1998-2001 Banks, Danny 1992-1993, 1995 Barksdale, Randolf 1975 Barney, Michael 2002-2003 Barto, Mike 1976 Beatty, Tom 1981-1983 Beaver, Winston 1976-1977 Benjamin, Larry 1978 Bennett, Andrew 2006-2010 Berl, Scott 2002 Bishop, Chris 2004-2005 Blalock, Woody 1994 Blankenship, Thad 1973 Borders, Willie 1978 Bradshaw, Paul 1992 Branch, J.D 1992 Breland, Mike 2003 Brickhouse, Bryce 2004-2005 Bromell, Jimmy 1978-1979 Bromell, Lacca 1977-1978 Brown, Augustus 1996-1999 Buck, Reed 2010 Burnette, George 1987 Burrell, Lee 2007-2008 Butler, Kendall 2010 Carroll, Chris 1991 Carter, Mikaeil 2009 Causey, Mark 2003-2006 Causey, Matt 2005-2006 Clanahan, James 1996-1997 Cohen, Adam 1986 Cole, Charles 1979-1980 Coleman, Cody 2010-2011 Coleman, Keldrick 2010-2011 Collins, Barry 1973 Collins, Matt 1998-2000 Cooper, Kenny 1991-1992 Cornett, Rickey 1990 Cox, Deriane 2000-2002 Crawford, Sam 2007 Crumley, Don 2007

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Cunningham, Matt 1994-1995 Cunningham, Matt 2002-2004 Daniel, Webster 1997-1998 David, Dustin 2005-2007 Davis, Bob 1981-1982 Davis, Jeremy 2001 Day, B.J 2000-2002 Dean, John 1981-1984 Dickerson, Neal 1976-1977 Dickinson, Greg 2005-2006 Dieujuste, Dominique 2004 Dix, Joe 1994-1996 Drake, Walter 1990-1993 Dugger, Wilson 1984 Duncan, Chris 2004 Dunn, Randy 1976-1977 Dix, Joe 1994-1996 Drake, Walter 1990-1993 Dugger, Wilson 1984 Duncan, Chris 2004 Dunn, Randy 1976-1978 Eidson, Chris 1983 Emrey, Candler 1994 English, Bernard 1980, 1982 Faulkner, Chris 1990-1993 Fields, Doug 1973-1974 Fikes, Bryan 1976 Fillmore, Don 1988-1989 Franklin, Ryan 2003-2005, 2007 Franklin, Willie 1979 Freeman, Donnie 1975-1976 Freeman, Stanley 1986-1987 Gable, Mickey 1990-1991 Gaddis, Johnny 1973-1975 Garner, Neal 1987-1988 Gerald, Mike 1985-1986 Gibbs, Deon 1989-1990 Gibson, Jason 1994-1996 Gilmore, Oren 1985-1986 Gilstrap, Johnny, 1973-1974, 76 Glasper, Ricky 1979-1982 Glover, Scott 1990 Goldsmith, Robby 2010-2011 Grant, Curtis 1985-1986 Graves, Rodney 1978 Greer, Jarrod 2002-2004 Guthrie, Chris 1983-1986 Hall, Brian 1999-2000 Harris, Charles 1992 Harris, Kevin 1986-1987 Harris, Thomas 1982-1983 Harris, Tony 1973-1974

Hawkins, Marcus 2001-2003 Head, Sam 2000-2001 Heard, Walter 1977 Henderson, Kenneth 1975-1976 Hilburn, John 1986-1990 Hill, Traveus 2002-2004 Hodges, Paul 1991-1994 Hofler, R.J. 2008 Holland, Darnell 1991-1992 Holloway, Josh 2003 Hooks, Doug 1989 Horn, Lorien 1984 Houston, Lawrence 1993 Hudson, Kevin 1990-1991 Hunnicutt, Ronnie 1973-1975 Hunter, Shumbe’ 1997-2000 Hyder, Charlie 1974-1976 Hyder, Jim 1973-1975 Jackson, Marquez 2008, 2011 James, Lance 1989 Jarrard, Jamie 1985-1988 Jarrard, Joe 1985-1988 Jgerenaia, George 2011 Johnson, Darryl 1992-1993 Johnson, Jimmy 1985-1986 Johnson, Kendrick 2003 Johnson, Marcus 1982-1984 Jones, Jerry 1989-1990 Jordan, Gary 1973-1975 Kay, Terry 1973-1976 Keller, Frank 1987-1988 Kemelgor, Jason 1995 Kemp, Daniel 1980-1981 Killingsworth, Jamie 1982 Kole, Jason 1997-1999 Lane, Scott 1985-1986 Langston, Brody 2009-2011 Lavender, David 1978-1981 Leslie, Phillip 1985, 1987-1988 Leslie, Roscoe 1983-1984 Lewis, Robert 1983 Lipscomb, Willie 1974-1975 Lockhart, David 1983-1984 Logan, Walter 1974-1975 Love, Gary 1981 Lynch, Robert Jr 1997 Lyons, LaBrian 2008-2009 Matt, Maddox 2008-2009 Maliska, Paul 1995 Malone, Marvin 1988 Mark, Alex 2000-2001 McArthur, Chris 1992-1995 McCullough, Flint 1985 SaintsSports.com

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1981-1982 2011 2005-2008 1998 1980, 1982 2003-2006 1978 2001-2003 1976-1978 1994-1997 1974-1975 2008-2009 2003-2004 1992-1993 2009-2010 2010-2011 1975 2000-2001 1984 1976-1977 2007 2010-2011 2010 2006 2009 1976, 1978 1994-1995 1980 1989 1994-1995 1984-1985 2008 1979-1981 1973 1996-1998 1982-1984 1997-2000 1984 1981-1982 1996-1999 1973, 1975 2010 2001-2002 1988-1989 1977-1980 1996-1997 2005-2008 1976-1979 1992-1994 1993 1998-1999 2000-2001 1996

Sharpe, Ryan Shaw, Colby Shoupes, Robert Simon, Maurice Sisk, Chad Smith, Elijah Smith, James Smith, Michael Solmon, John Steele, Jeff Stephens, Emmitt Stewart, Kenny Stowers, Rocko Strange, Mike Sutton, Jim Talbert, Myron Taylor, Carl Taylor, Toby Thomas, Walter Thomas, Willie Thompson, Clyde Thompson, Robert Thompson, Wallace Tillman, Clarence Tinney, Chaun Toatley, Kevin Toomer, Anthony Topps, Larry Trice, Xavier Trust, Mark Tyler, Jamar Vandiver, Ronnie Vining, Adam Wagnon, Chris Walls, Terry Ward, Calvin Waters, Mike Watkins, Tony Wehunt, Buzz Wehunt, Richard Westerfield, David Wheeler, Waylon White, Saul Whitlock, Tyler Wiley, Kyle Williams, Bobby Williams, Jimmy Wilmont, Roger Wilson, Vince Woods, Cedric Wyatt, Tracy

2011 2005-2006 2005-2006 2003 1990-1991 2011 1981-1982 2003 1987-1988 1990-1992 1998-1999 1985-86 1977-78, 1980 1987 1983 2009 2010-2011 1980 1989 1981-1984 1996, 1998 1994-1997 1993-1996 2011 2011 2001-2002 2002 2002 2007-2009 2003-2006 1999, 2002 1976-1977 1998-2001 1988 1979-1982 1993 1992 2001 2005-2007 1999-2000 2000 1995 1988-1989 2004 2009 1981 1988-1990 1978-1981 1976 1997 1980

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ALL-TIME OPPONENTS Opponent

Alabama, University of Alabama Christian College Alabama-Huntsville, University of Alabama State University Alaska Fairbanks University Albany State University Allen University Anderson University Armstrong Atlantic State University Athens State College Atlanta Baptist College Auburn University Auburn University Montgomery Augusta State University Avila College Barber Scotia College Belhaven College Belmont Abbey University Berry College Beulah Heights College Birmingham Southern College Bloomfi eld College Brewton-Parker College Campbellsville University Carson -Newman Carver Bible College Cascade College Catawba University Cedarville University Central Wesleyan University Chowan University Claflin College Clayton State University Coastal Carolina University College of Charleston Columbus State University Covenant College Cumberland University Devry Institute Dillard University Earl Paulk College East Tennessee State University Edward Waters College Elon College Emmanuel College Faulkner University Fisk University Flagler College Florida Christian College Florida College Florida Memorial University Florida Institue of Technology Francis Marion University Friendship University Georgia Southwestern State University Gardner Webb University Georgia College Georgia Southern University Georgia State University High Point University Hiwassee College Huntingdon College Indiana Tech University Indiana University Jacksonville State University Johnson & Wales College Kennesaw State University LaGrange College Lander University Lee University Lenoir Rhyne College Life College Limestone College

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W-L Opponent 2-1 1-0 0-3 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 2-2 7-12 2-7 1-1 1-2 5-6 2-7 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 33-22 2-0 1-4 1-0 7-18 1-0 1-2 5-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 15-3 1-0 1-2 8-14 6-1 0-2 2-1 1-1 2-0 0-2 3-0 0-1 7-8 4-7 1-0 11-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-3 7-5 0-1 31-36 3-2 32-27 0-4 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-7 1-0 9-8 39-16 8-4 2-0 0-1 0-8 0-4

Lincoln Memorial University Lindsey Wilson College Lynn University Malone College Mars Hill College Maryville State Menlo College Mercer University Milligan College Mississippi Valley State University Montana-Western, University of Montevallo, University of Montreat College Morris College Mount Olive College Newberry College New Orleans, University of North Alabama, University of North Carolina-Pembroke, University of North Georgia Tech University Oglethorpe University Oregon Tech University Pace University Paine College Panhandle State College Pensacola Christian College Piedmont College Presbyterian College Reinhardt College Ripon College Rockford College Rockhurst College Rollins College Samford University Savannah College of Art & Design Savannah State University Selma University Shorter College South Alabama, University of South Carolina Aiken, University of South Carolina Upstate, University of Southern Indiana, University of Southern Polytechnic State University Southern Wesleyan University Spring Hill College St. Leo University Steed College Sue Bennett College Talladega College Tennessee, University of Tennessee Temple University Toccoa Falls College Tougaloo College Troy State University Truett-McConnell Tusculum College Tuskegee University Valdosta State University Virginia Intermont College Warner Southern College Warren Wilson College Webber International University West Alabama, University of West Florida, University of West Georgia, State University of West Virginia, University of Western Baptist University Western Carolina University Westmont College William Carey College Wisconsin, University of Wofford College Young Harris

W-L

6-9 0-2 2-0 0-1 1-2 1-0 1-0 0-3 1-0 1-0 1-0 8-5 1-0 1-0 1-1 4-1 0-1 0-1 8-2 2-0 25-6 1-0 0-1 3-1 0-1 5-0 47-8 0-1 5-6 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-4 1-0 0-1 1-0 43-16 0-1 4-7 4-4 0-1 22-37 7-8 2-2 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 3-4 4-0 1-0 3-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 3-5 1-0 1-1 5-0 1-3 1-1 0-1 2-25 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-2 1-1

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