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2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

POINT PARK UNIVERSITY MEN’S BAKSETBALL 13-12 overall, 6-6 AMC in ‘11’-12 NAIA Division II • Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic conference

2012-13 SCHEDULE NOVEMBER Fri, 2 Sat 3 Wed 14 Sat 17 Mon 19 Wed 21 Mon 26 Fri 30

vs. Western Ontario# vs. Univ. of Toronto# at Lake Erie ST. FRANCIS (Ind.) PSU-FAYETTE ALICE LLOYD (Ky.)* at West Liberty at Indiana Southeast*

4 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m.

DECEMBER Sat 1 Mon 17

at Brescia (Ky.)* ASBURY (Ky.)*

Sat. 29 Sun 30

INDIANA SOUTHEAST* BRESCIA (Ky.)*

3 p.m. CST 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m.

JANUARY Fri 4 Sat 5 Mon 7 Wed 9 Fri 11 Sun 13 Tue 22

at Alice Lloyd (Ky.)* 4 p.m. at Asbury (Ky.)* 2 p.m. at PSU-Fayette 7 p.m. MAINE-FORT KENT 7:30 p.m. at Berea (Ky.)* 8 p.m. vs. SLCOP (at Midway, Ky.)* 2 p.m. INDIANA EAST* 7:30 p.m.

FEBRUARY Fri 1 at Cincinnati Christian* 6 p.m. Sat 2 at Indiana East* 7 p.m. Sat 9 BEREA (Ky.)* 2 p.m. Wed 13 DAEMEN* 7 p.m. Sat 16 CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN* 1 p.m. KIAC Tournament Feb. 21 First Round (8 vs. 9) (at Higher Seed) Feb. 23 Quarterfinals (at Higher Seed) Feb. 25 Semifinals (at IU Southeast) Feb. 26 Finals (at IU Southeast) NAIA National Champ. Point Lookout, Mo. March 6-12 TBA Home games in BOLD CAPS Home games at CCAC-South Gym, West Mifflin, Pa. Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game # at Daemen Tournament Nov. 2-3

ABOUT THE SCHEDULE Point Park has 24 games scheduled beginning Nov. 2-3 at the Daemen (N.Y.) Tournament. The Pioneers will play 11 homes games, 10 away games and three games on a neutral court. Point Park’s home opener is Nov. 17 vs. St. Francis (Ind.), which is receiving votes in the national preseason poll. The Pioneers have 15 KIAC games. Of the 9 KIAC teams, Point Park plays a home-and-home with 7 KIAC teams and plays St. Louis COP only once at a neutral site.

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Front Row (L to R): Algie Lovelace, Jimmy Taylor, T.J. Heatherington, Asa Braxton, Robbie Heatherington, Gabe McNeal, J.J. Krysinsky, Romel Powell. Back Row (L to R): Matt Noszka, Josh Pohlot, Jared Sturt, HC Bob Rager, Babatunde Somoye, Josh Arnold, Blair Jones AC

KEY RETURNING PLAYERS (3 starters*) NAME Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown T.J. Heatherington* G 5-10 Sr. McKeesport, Pa. Robbie Heatherington* G 6-0 Jr. McKeesport, Pa. Jimmy Taylor* G 6-1 Sr. Pittsburgh, Pa. Asa Braxton G/F 6-2 Sr. Pittsburgh, Pa. KEY PLAYERS LOST (2 starters*) Dante Anglin* F 6-5 Sr. Pittsburgh, Pa. Devon Alexander* F 6-5 Sr. McKeesport, Pa. KEY NEWCOMERS Babatunde Somoye C 6-9 Sr. London, England Josh Arnold G/F 6-5 Sr. Monessen, Pa. Gabe McNeal G 6-1 Jr. Richmond, Va. Matt Noszka F 6-4 Fr. Pittsburgh, Pa.

2011-12 Stats/Notes 24.5 ppg (1st in NAIA DII), 6.2 apg, 14.1 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 35% 3-pt FGs 13.4 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 37% 3-pt FGs 7.8 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 38% 3-pt FGs 6.4 ppg, 9.6 rpg (10th in NAIA DII) 13.7 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 1,002 career pts 5.3 ppg, 4.5 rpg at Langston (OK) 10.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg at WVU Tech 12.3 ppg at Cecil, also at Shaw (NC) 19.9 ppg at Chartiers Valley HS

2012-13 PIONEER BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Founded: 1960 Enrollment: 4,000 Nickname: Pioneers Colors: Green & Vegas Gold Affiliation: NAIA Division II Conference: Kentucky Intercollegiate Ath. Facility: CCAC-South Gym (1,000) (1750 Old Clairton Rd, West Mifflin, Pa.) President: Dr. Paul Hennigan Athletic Director: Dan Swalga Athletic Phone: (412) 392-3844 Basketball Phone: (412) 392-3843 SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Kevin Taylor, SID 201 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 (412) 392-3997, ktaylor@pointpark.edu Website: www.pointpark.edu/athletics KIAC Website: kiacsports.com NAIA Website: naia.cstv.com Twitter @PointParkSports

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Bob Rager, 24th season Alma mater: Point Park (‘74) Record at Point Park: 323-313 (.508) Record overall: 323-313 (.508) Assistant: Gabe Bubon, 8th yr (Point Park ‘00) TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 record: 13-12, 6-6 AMC 2011-12 conference finish: 3rd of 6 teams Playoff result: L, 1st Rd (@ Wilberforce, 91-76) Starters returning/lost: 3/2 Letter winners returning/lost: 5/ 3 Class breakdown: Seniors (6), Juniors (3), Sophomores (0), Freshmen (4) PROGRAM HISTORY First year of sport: 1967-68 All-time record: 644-574 (.529) AMC playoff appearances: 11 NAIA Tournament app.: 5 (‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘9697, ‘00-01, ‘06-07) Last postseason result: L, Wilberforce, 91-76, AMC Tourn. 1st Rd., Feb. 21, 2012

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

2012-13 MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON OUTLOOK

2012-13 KIAC PRESEASON POLL

The Point Park University men’s basketball team in 2012-13 has no shortage of scorers. Not only did the Pioneers lead NAIA Division II points per game last year at 88.6 ppg, they have added to their collection of high-scoring players this year. Point Park has 3 of 5 starters returning from the 2011-12 team that was 13-12 overall and made the conference playoffs at 6-6. Point Park had four double-digit scorers a year ago, and three are returning with NAIA DII scoring leader T.J. Heatherington (PG, Sr., 24.5 ppg) back in the fold along with his brother Robbie Heatherington (G, Jr. 14.1 ppg) and Jimmy Taylor (G, Sr., 13.4 ppg). Point Park also returns another perimeter threat, Asa Braxton (G, Sr., 7.8 ppg), who came on strong at the end of last year, and post player Josh Pohlot (F, Jr., 4.3 ppg).

(First Place Votes) Points 1. IU Southeast (9) 81 2. IU East 71 3. Asbury (Ky.) University 63 T4. Berea (Ky.) College 41 T4. Alice Lloyd (Ky.) College 41 6. Brescia (Ky.) University 38 7. Point Park (Pa.) University** 36 8. Cincinnati Christian University 22 9 St. Louis (Mo.) Coll. of Pharmacy 12

Added to the mix are several players — transfers especially — who will impact the lineup immediately. The Pioneers have added to the frontcourt to make up for the loss of starting forwards Devon Alexander (F, 6-5, 13.7 ppg) and Dante Anglin (F, 6-5, 6.4 ppg, 9.6 rpg), who have graduated. They have also added to a backcourt that was already stocked with returnees. Putting it all together makes the Pioneers a very guard-oriented team, that although does not have a lot of height, is still taller than last year. The guard-heavy lineup will play right into hands of head coach Bob Rager’s fast-past style, which has had the Pioneers in the top five in the country in scoring five of the last seven years. Rager, in his 24th year at his alma mater, employs run-and-gun system that encourages players to always shoot when open and is focused on creating a lot of possessions on offense. That scheme plays very well to the talents of Point Park’s three returning starters. Point guard T.J. Heatherington was a high volume scorer last year but also gets his teammates involved. The NAIA DII First Team All-American not only led the nation in scoring (24.5 ppg), he was also fourth in assists at 6.2 apg. Heatherington, a Serra Catholic alum, is relied on to set the tone by pushing the ball up floor, and he can look to shoot, drive or pass. T.J. Heatherington had plenty of targets last year and this year, most notable returning wings Robbie Heatherington and Jimmy Taylor. Both were among the leading 3-point shooters in the nation in 2011-12. Taylor, from Keystone Oaks High School, shot 38% from long distance last year and was 10th in the country with 3.04 treys per game. Robbie Heatherington shot 35% from long distance and was 26th in NAIA DII with 2.58 treys per game. Another wing player returning is Asa Braxton, a senior from Hampton High School, played his best ball the second half of last year. He averaged 7.8 ppg for the year but scored 15.2 ppg as a starting player the last eight games of 2011-12. Braxton shot 38% percent from distance, and he can also drive to the hoop. While the Pioneers should be perimeter oriented with a lot of 3-point attempts, a welcome addition for the team is center Babatunde Somoye, a 6-9, 280-pound transfer from NAIA Langston (Okla.) University. Somoye, also known as “Babs”, is a native of London, England, who gives the Pioneers a formidable post presence on both ends of the floor. He is a former soccer player with great feet, soft hands and a nice touch around the basket. Another top newcomer is Josh Arnold, a 6-5 swing player who transferred from WVU Tech. Arnold was a high scorer at Monessen High School, and he’ll have opportunities to score inside and out for the Pioneers. Also in the same mold as Arnold is freshman Matt Noszka (F, 6-4, Fr.), a Chartiers Valley High School product who sat out last season at Point Park. He is a very athletic and active player on both ends who can create mismatches as an inside-outside threat. Another transfer who will add to the arsenal of guards is Gabe McNeal (G, 6-1, Jr.), who was at NCAA DII Shaw (N.C.) University. McNeal, the son of former Pitt star Chris McNeal (1990-93), did not play much on a very good Shaw team but averaged 12.3 ppg at Cecil (Md.) CC the year before. He gives the Pioneers yet another wing player who can fill it up from the 3-point line, and he can also create off the dribble. Other newcomers are J.J. Krysinsky, a freshman guard from Fox Chapel HS, and Jared Sturt, a freshman forward from Maumee Valley Country Day in Toledo, Ohio. Also adding to the depth are newcomers Blair Jones (C, 6-4, Sr.), from Duquesne, Pa., Algie Lovelace (G, 5-10, So.) , from Washington, D.C. and Romel Powell (G, 6-1, Fr.), from Pittsburgh.

(Poll voted on by KIAC coaches Oct. 25, 2012) **Point Park new member of KIAC for 2012-13

2011-12 KIAC FINAL STANDINGS 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 8.

IU Southeast IU East Brescia (Ky.) Cincinnati Christian Alice Lloyd (Ky.) Berea (Ky.) Asbury (Ky.) St. Louis COP

KIAC 12-1 11-2 6-7 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 0-7

Overall 26-8 24-8 16-16 11-19 14-15 10-19 12-17 9-14

2011-12 KIAC TOURNAMENT First Round Asbury (Ky.) 96, IU East 90 (2OT) Cincinnati Christian 98, Alice Lloyd (Ky.) 80 IU Southeast 93, St. Louis COP 50 Brescia (Ky.) 72, Berea (Ky.) 64 Semifinals IU Southeast 98, Cincinnati Christian 63 Brescia (Ky.) 71, Asbury (Ky.) 65 Finals IU Southeast 99, Brescia (Ky.) 63

2011-12 AMC FINAL STANDINGS AMC Overall 1. Walsh (Ohio) # 10-2 26-5 2. Daemen (N.Y.) 10-2 20-14 3. Wilberforce (Ohio) 8-4 13-19 4. Point Park (Pa.) 6-6 13-12 5. Roberts Wesleyan (N.Y.) 4-8 8-20 6. Houghton (N.Y.) 2-10 9-17 7. Fisher (Mass.) 2-10 10-20 # Not eligible for AMC Tournament

2011-12 AMC TOURNAMENT Semifinals #1 Daemen 65, #4 Roberts Wesleyan 45 #2 Wilberforce 91, #3 Point Park 76 Finals #1 Daemen 76, #2 Wilberforce 49

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

2012 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/High School/Last School 00 Asa Braxton G 6-2 200 Sr. Pittsburgh, Pa./Hampton HS/Seton Hill 3 T.J. Heatherington G 5-10 170 Sr. McKeesport, Pa./Serra Catholic HS 10 Gabe McNeal G 6-1 165 Jr. Richmond, Va./Hermitage HS/Shaw (N.C.) Univ. 11 Josh Pohlot F 6-4 210 Jr. Belle Vernon, Pa./Belle Vernon Area HS 14 J.J. Krysinsky G 5-10 150 Fr. Pittsburgh, Pa./Fox Chapel HS 20 Algie Lovelace G 5-9 145 So. Washington, D.C. /Bowie HS/Lyndon (Vt.) State 21 Josh Arnold G/F 6-5 195 Sr. Monessen, Pa./Monessen HS/WVU Tech 22 Jimmy Taylor G 6-1 185 Sr. Pittsburgh, Pa./Keystone Oaks HS/CCAC-Allegheny 23 Robbie Heatherington G 6-0 180 Jr. McKeesport, Pa./Serra Catholic HS 32 Romel Powell G 6-0 185 Fr. Pittsburgh, Pa./Schenley HS 33 Matt Noszka G/F 6-4 210 Fr. Pittsburgh, Pa./Chartiers Valley HS 40 Jared Sturt F 6-6 195 Fr. Toledo, Ohio/Maumee Valley Country Day 45 Blair Jones C 6-4 260 Sr. Duquesne, Pa./Moon Area HS 50 Babatunde Somoye C 6-9 280 Sr. London, England/Langston (Okla.) Univ. Head coach: Bob Rager (Point Park ’74), 24rd season, 323-313 career record Assistant coaches: Gabe Bubon (Point Park ’00), eighth season PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 00 ACE-uh Braxton 3/23 Heather-ring-ton 11 PO-lot 14 kerr-SIN-sky 20 AL-gee Lovelace 32 row-mell Powell 33 NOSS-kuh 50 ba-ba-TOON-de so-MOY-yea** HC RAY-ger AC boo-bon **goes by Babs for short

ROSTER BY POSITION Guards (8): T.J. Heatherington, Robbie Heatherington, Jimmy Taylor, Asa Braxton, Gabe McNeal, J.J. Krysinsky, Algie Lovelace, Romel Powell

ROSTER BY CLASS Seniors: Six Juniors: Three Sophomores: Zero Freshmen: Four

ROSTER BY STATE Pennsylvania: 10 Ohio: 1 Virginia: 1 England: 1 Maryland: 1

Guard/Forwards (2): Josh Arnold, Matt Noszka Forwards (2): Josh Pohlot, Jared Sturt Centers (2): Babatunde Somoye, Blair Jones

ROSTER BY HEIGHT 6-9 — Babatunde Somoye 6-8 — 6-7 — 6-6 — Jared Sturt 6-5 — Josh Arnold 6-4 — Matt Noszka, Josh Pohlot, Blair Jones 6-3 — 6-2 —Asa Braxton 6-1 — Jimmy Taylor, Gabe McNeal 6-0 — Robbie Heatherington, Romel Powell 5-11 — 5-10 — T.J. Heatherington, J.J. Krysinsky 5-9 — Algie Lovelace

ABOUT THE KIAC — Point Park Begins New Era in KIAC in 2012-13

With membership in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference beginning in 2012-13, Point Park is beginning a new chapter in its athletics history, one that has included national affiliation with the NAIA for its entire 45 years of athletics versus four-year schools. Point Park has been in NAIA Division II for men’s and women’s basketball since 2000-01. NAIA Division II was created in 1992 by the national office. The KIAC has 11 schools (9 bold names play men’s basketball): Alice Lloyd College (Pippa Passes, Ky.), Asbury University (Wilmore, Ky.), Berea College (Berea, Ky.), Brescia University (Owensboro, Ky.), Carlow University (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Cincinnati Christian University (Cincinnati, Ohio), Indiana University East (Richmond, Ind.), Indiana University Southeast (New Albany, Ind.), Midway College (Midway, Ky.), Point Park University (Pittsburgh, Pa.) and St. Louis College of Pharmacy (St. Louis, Mo.). Point Park men’s basketball was picked to finish 7th of 9 teams in the 2012-13 KIAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll (Oct. 25). IU Southeast was picked as the preseason favorite and is ranked No. 6 in NAIA Division II in the preseason Top 25. IU East was picked second in the KIAC and is preseason No. 22 in the nation. The Pioneers will play 15 KIAC games with a home-and-home versus seven teams and a single game vs. SLCOP.

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

HEAD COACH BOB RAGER 24th season Career Record: 323-313 (all at Point Park) Alma Mater: Point Park (‘74) 3 NAIA national tournaments (‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07) Bob Rager is the all-time winningest coach at his alma mater, Point Park University. The 2012-13 season is his 24th year as head coach of the Pioneers. Rager took over the Point Park program for the 1989-90. Since then, he has amassed a record of 323-313 (.508). In 2010-11, he passed the legendary Jerry Conboy for the all-time lead in career wins at Point Park. Playing Rager's fast, up-tempo style of play that is focused on high scoring, Point Park has been one of the highest scoring teams in the country during Rager’s tenure. Point Park has been at the top of the NAIA scoring charts for much of the last decade. The Pioneers have ranked in the top five of NAIA Division II in scoring in five of the last seven years. That stretch includes leading the country in scoring in back-to-back years in 2005-06 (89.94 ppg) and 2006-07 (92.94 ppg) and again last year in 2011-12 (88.6 ppg). The Pioneers ranked third in the country in 2007-08 (88.29) and they were fifth in 2010-11 (87.8 ppg). Rager's time at Point Park includes leading the Pioneers to the NAIA national tournament three times and being named American Mideast Conference Coach of the Year two times. Rager's best accomplishment as head coach at Point Park is a trip to the NAIA Divsion I Final Four in 1996-97. He also led the Pioneers to the NAIA DI Sweet 16 in 2000-01. Point Park was 29-1 to earn the No. 3 overall seed in 2006-07, but was upset in the first round. Under Rager, Point Park has made the postseason 20 of the past 23 seasons. That includes conference championship in 1996-97 and 2006-07. Rager has been named Coach of the Year on two occasions. He was AMC Coach of the Year in 2006-07 and 2004-05. Rager has the second-most wins of any four-year college basketball coach in the City of Pittsburgh. The alltime leader in that category is Pitt coach Dr. H.C. ‘Doc’ Carlson, who had a record of 367-248 in 31 years from 1922-53. Next on the list is Duquesne’s Charles ‘Chick’ Davies, who compiled a mark of 314-106 in 21 years from 1925-43 and 1947-48. Conboy now stands fourth with a record of 305-241 in 20 years from 196989.

PIONEERS UNDER COACH RAGER Year

W-L

Playoffs

1989-90

9-21

District 18 1st Rd

1990-91

12-16

District 18 1st Rd

1991-92

8-21

No playoffs

1992-93

18-10

District 18 1st Rd

1993-94

13-13

KECC 1st Rd

1994-95

9-19

KECC 1st Rd

1995-96

14-16

KECC 2nd Rd

1996-97

23-8

KECC Champs, NAIA Final 4

1997-98

14-12

KECC Finals

1998-99

9-13

AMC 1st Rd

1999-00

4-23

AMC 1st Rd

2000-01

21-12

AMC Finals, NAIA Sweet 16

2001-02

19-10

AMC Semifinals

2002-03

11-13

AMC 1st Rd

2003-04

14-13

No playoffs

2004-05

15-15

AMC 1st Rd

2005-06

17-8

AMC 2nd Rd

2006-07

29-2

AMC Champs, NAIA 1st Rd

Rager's 323 career wins at Point Park surpassed Conboy, who won 305 games in 20 years from 1969-89. Rager got his record 306th win Jan. 27, 2011 in a 90-80 victory over nationally ranked #18 Malone. In its 45year history, Point Park men's basketball has had just four head coaches. Rager and Conboy have combined to coach the last 43 seasons. Rager was an NAIA All-American guard playing for Conboy from 1970-74 and later was an assistant under Conboy.

2007-08

16-12

AMC 1st Rd

2008-09

12-16

No playoffs

2009-10

9-16

No playoffs

The Pioneers won the AMC championship in 2006-07. That year, Point Park earned a trip to the NAIA Division II tournament after winning 29 of their first 30 games. Although Point Park lost in the first round, it set a record for wins in a season with a final record of 29-2 and scoring average at 92.9 ppg. Also, the Pioneers set a record for consecutive victories by winning 20 games in a row.

2010-11

15-12

AMC 1st Rd

2011-12

13-12

AMC 1st Rd

Rager has guided the Pioneers to three 20-win seasons, with each of those resulting in a NAIA national tournament appearance. Since 2000, Point Park is averaging 16 wins per season under Rager. The 2006-07 season marked the second straight AMC North Division title for the Pioneers, and they ended the season with a No. 3 ranking in the final NAIA Division II poll to set a school record for highest spot in the national ratings. A native of the Pittsburgh suburb of Munhall, Pa., Rager was Point Park's first All-American, and he is one of a dozen players who have scored more than 1,000 career points. Rager scored 1,071 career points, and his 367 career assists rank sixth in school history. In his four-year career he averaged 12.6 points, 4.7 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game. Rager shot 43 percent from the field.

ASSISTANT COACH GABE BUBON (Point Park ‘00) — 8th year Gabe Bubon is in his 8th season as an assistant coach for the Point Park men's basketball team. In addition to his men's basketball coaching duties, Bubon is also the head coach of the Pioneers' men's and women's golf teams. Bubon's primary responsibilities as a men's basketball assistant include creating scouting reports, working with the team's top guards and top shooters, running individual workouts and tape exchange. Bubon played basketball at Point Park for one year in 1999-2000. That year he led the American Mideast Conference in scoring at 21.0 points per game, a figure that ranked 10th in NAIA Division I. He shares the Point Park single-game scoring record with 45 points at Shawnee St. on 2-11-00. Bubon made 11 treys in that game, which is also record. In 2002-03, he averaged 17.0 points and 5.0 rebounds per game at Brewton-Parker College, an NAIA member in Mt. Vernon, Ga. That season he was named the Newcomer of the Year in the Southern States Athletic Conference. His collegiate playing career also includes a stop at Lakeland Community College. Before starting his coaching career, Bubon pursued pro playing opportunities in Europe and the USBL. Bubon got his start in coaching as a men's basketball student assistant at Point Park from 2003-05 before becoming an assistant coach in 2005-06. He has been the top assistant the last six years.

Total

323-313 (.508)

POINT PARK COACHES’ RECORDS Sorted by total wins Coach

W

L

Years

NAIA App.

Bob Rager

323

313

1989-

3

Jerry Conboy

305

241

1969-89

2

Mel Cratsley

8

10

1967-68

0

Carl Rizzo

8

10

1968-69

0

Totals

644

574

1967-2011

5

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2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

2011-12 SEASON STATISTICS — POINT PARK UNIVERSITY MEN’S BASKETBALL Point Park Univ. Season Box Score (as of Feb 23, 2012) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES........... CONFERENCE.......... NON-CONFERENCE......

OVERALL (13-12) (6-6) (7-6)

HOME (5-3) (3-3) (2-0)

AWAY (6-7) (3-3) (3-4)

NEUTRAL (2-2) (0-0) (2-2)

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| ## Player GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------03 Heatherington, T.J. 25-25 851 34.0 179-452 .396 39-125 .312 216-257 .840 13 71 84 3.4 66 1 155 140 4 45 613 24.5 23 Heatherington, R... 24-15 755 31.5 105-274 .383 62-177 .350 66-82 .805 28 86 114 4.8 43 0 81 63 2 30 338 14.1 40 Alexander, Devon... 25-20 742 29.7 129-236 .547 0-3 .000 84-137 .613 58 103 161 6.4 54 0 12 32 3 10 342 13.7 22 Taylor, Jimmy...... 25-18 772 30.9 111-265 .419 76-203 .374 38-48 .792 15 71 86 3.4 28 0 60 31 1 27 336 13.4 00 Braxton, Asa....... 25-8 436 17.4 66-160 .413 36-94 .383 28-42 .667 36 56 92 3.7 39 1 17 25 4 25 196 7.8 42 Johnson, Eric...... 13-7 246 18.9 39-101 .386 0-2 .000 16-25 .640 19 38 57 4.4 29 1 16 15 3 14 94 7.2 30 Anglin, Dante...... 25-25 674 27.0 68-123 .553 0-1 .000 23-48 .479 73 168 241 9.6 86 4 23 21 33 17 159 6.4 11 Pohlot, Josh....... 19-4 300 15.8 34-76 .447 3-9 .333 10-13 .769 24 34 58 3.1 28 0 4 6 10 7 81 4.3 45 Menzies, Dave...... 9-1 73 8.1 10-25 .400 0-4 .000 5-9 .556 9 12 21 2.3 11 0 2 1 0 0 25 2.8 20 Carr, Mike......... 8-0 65 8.1 4-17 .235 3-12 .250 6-7 .857 2 9 11 1.4 2 0 3 5 0 1 17 2.1 21 Washington, Jamar.. 12-2 86 7.2 4-26 .154 3-20 .150 2-4 .500 12 11 23 1.9 5 0 3 1 0 4 13 1.1 TEAM............... 59 92 151 6.0 0 3 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total.............. 25 5000 749-1755 .427 222-650 .342 494-672 .735 348 751 1099 44.0 391 7 376 343 60 180 2214 88.6 Opponents.......... 25 4999 822-1865 .441 218-643 .339 299-456 .656 378 751 1129 45.2 528 - 427 366 81 173 2161 86.4

SCORE BY PERIODS: -----------------------------Point Park Univ............... Opponents.....................

1st 2nd ---- ---1083 1131 1050 1111

Total ---- 2214 - 2161

2011-12 TEAM STATISTICS / MISC. STATS

2011-12 NAIA STATISTICAL RANKINGS

TEAM STATISTICS PPU OPP --------------------------------------------------SCORING.................. 2214 2161 Points per game........ 88.6 86.4 Scoring margin......... +2.1 FIELD GOALS-ATT.......... 749-1755 822-1865 Field goal pct......... .427 .441 3 POINT FG-ATT........... 222-650 218-643 3-point FG pct......... .342 .339 3-pt FG made per game.. 8.9 8.7 FREE THROWS-ATT.......... 494-672 299-456 Free throw pct......... .735 .656 REBOUNDS................. 1099 1129 Rebounds per game...... 44.0 45.2 Rebounding margin...... -1.2 ASSISTS.................. 376 427 Assists per game....... 15.0 17.1 TURNOVERS................ 343 366 Turnovers per game..... 13.7 14.6 Turnover margin........ +0.9 Assist/turnover ratio.. 1.1 1.2 STEALS................... 180 173 Steals per game........ 7.2 6.9 BLOCKS................... 60 81 Blocks per game........ 2.4 3.2 WINNING STREAK........... 0 Home win streak........ 2 ATTENDANCE............... 2266 3204 Home games-Avg/Game.... 8-283 13-243 Neutral site-Avg/Game.. 4-11

TEAM STATISTICS NAIA RANK ---------------------------------------------------Scoring Offense 1st 88.56 Total Rebounds per Game 1st 43.96 Defensive Rebounds per Game 1st 30.04 3-pt Field Goals Made per Game 6th 8.88 Offensive Rebounds per Game 8th 13.92 Free Throw Percentage 13th .735 Assist to Turnover Ratio 14th 1.096 Assists per Game 28th 15.04 Total 3-pt Field Goals Made 32nd 222 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS PLAYER RANK -----------------------------------------------------------------Points per Game T.J. Heatherington 1st (24.5 ppg) Assists per Game T.J. Heatherington 4th (6.2 apg) Total Rebounds per Game Dante Anglin 10th (9.64 rpg) 3-point Fields Made per Game Jimmy Taylor 10th (3.04) Robbie Heatherington 26th (2.58) Total Scoring T.J. Heatherington 15th (613 pts) Total Assists T.J. Heatherington 12th(155 ast) Free-Throw Percentage T.J. Heatherington 17th (.840) Robbie Heatherington 34th (.805) Field Goal Percentage Devon Alexander 25th (.547) Blocks per Game Dante Anglin 27th (1.32 bpg) Total 3-pt Fields Goal Made Jimmy Taylor 32nd(76)

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS and LEADERS — POINT PARK U. MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD: ALL GAMES........... CONFERENCE.......... NON-CONFERENCE......

OVERALL (13-12) (6-6) (7-6)

HOME (5-3) (3-3) (2-0)

AWAY (6-7) (3-3) (3-4)

NEUTRAL (2-2) (0-0) (2-2)

DATE TIME OPPONENT SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11/04/11 3:30pm vs York University W 81-75 43 (33)Heatherington, T.J. (11)Anglin, Dante 11/05/11 2:00pm vs University of Toronto 84-88 L (26)Heatherington, T.J. (7)Alexander, Devon (7)Anglin, Dante 11/11/11 05:30 PM vs Lourdes (Ohio) 71-73 L (24)Heatherington, R. (15)Anglin, Dante 11/12/11 02:00 PM at Marygrove (Mich.) 95-102 L (32)Heatherington, T.J. (10)Anglin, Dante 11/15/11 7:30 pm at Fairmont State W 107-100 1477 (30)Alexander, Devon (11)Anglin, Dante 11/16/11 7:30 pm PENN STATE-FAYETTE W 119-58 200 (20)Taylor, Jimmy (10)Alexander, Devon (20)Braxton, Asa 11/18/11 1 p.m. vs Penn State-Fayette W 104-56 (30)Heatherington, T.J. (12)Braxton, Asa 11/19/11 8 p.m. at Allegheny W 91-89 445 (32)Heatherington, T.J. (8)Alexander, Devon 11/22/11 8 pm SALEM INTERNATIONAL W 101-98 125 (30)Heatherington, T.J. (11)Anglin, Dante 11/23/11 1 p.m. at Ashland 95-108 L 181 (34)Heatherington, T.J. (9)Anglin, Dante 12/1/11 8:00PM * at Fisher College W 82-81 (23)Alexander, Devon (17)Anglin, Dante 12-4-11 2:00 PM at West Liberty 92-138 L 360 (27)Heatherington, T.J. (13)Anglin, Dante 1/3/12 4 p.m. * WALSH 87-90 L 50 (37)Heatherington, T.J. (15)Anglin, Dante 01/04/12 3:00 PM at Salem International W 103-86 25 (42)Heatherington, T.J. (14)Alexander, Devon 1/7/2012 4 P.M. * WILBERFORCE 80-92 L 100 (16)Heatherington, T.J. (12)Anglin, Dante 1/17/12 7:30 p.m. * HOUGHTON COLLEGE W 91-70 510 (31)Heatherington, T.J. (11)Anglin, Dante 1/21/12 4:00 pm * at Roberts Wesleyan 69-79 L (27)Heatherington, T.J. (11)Johnson, Eric 1/28/12 5:30 p.m. * DAEMEN 78-82 L 751 (17)Johnson, Eric (12)Anglin, Dante 1/31/12 7:30PM * at Wilberforce University W 88-71 (23)Braxton, Asa (9)Anglin, Dante 2/4/12 2:00 * at Houghton College Men's BB W 83-61 (28)Heatherington, T.J. (10)Anglin, Dante 2-7-12 8 pm * at Walsh University 78-115 L 323 (19)Braxton, Asa (8)Anglin, Dante 2/11/12 5:30 p.m. * ROBERTS WESLEYAN W 94-85 301 (36)Heatherington, T.J. (8)Alexander, Devon (8)Anglin, Dante (8)Braxton, Asa 2/12/12 4 p.m. * FISHER (MA) COLLEGE W 98-86 229 (22)Alexander, Devon (10)Braxton, Asa 02/18/12 4:00pm * at Daemen College 67-87 L 350 (21)Alexander, Devon (9)Menzies, Dave 2/21/12 7 p.m. # at WILBERFORCE UNIVERSITY 76-91 L (28)Alexander, Devon (10)Anglin, Dante Home Games in BOLD CAPS * - Conference game # — Conference Tournament Game ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME.................... AWAY.................... NEUTRAL................. TOTAL...................

GAMES 8 13 4 25

TOTALS 2266 3161 43 5470

AVG/GAME 283 243 11 219

2011-12 SEASON RECAP — Overall Record: 13-12, AMC Record 6-6, The 2011-12 season ended in another playoff appearance for the Point Park Pioneers, their 20th playoff appearance in head coach Bob Rager’s 23 years at the helm. Point Park lost in the first round of the American Mideast Conference Tournament, 91-76, to Wilberforce to finish 13-12 overall and 6-6 in the American Mideast Conference. It was a respectable year for the Pioneers, who led the country in scoring (88.5 ppg) despite having to replace four double-digit scorers who graduated from the season before. With no players on the roster taller than 6-5, the Point Park still led the country in team rebounding average (43.9 rpg). Point Park got off to a slow start with a 1-3 record on Nov. 12, 2011. But the Pioneers followed that up with a season-long, five-game winning streak to run their record to 6-3. That stretch included a big upset at Fairmont State, a strong NCAA DII team, 107-100. Point Park began conference play with a thrilling, 82-81, win at Fisher Dec. 1, 2011 as Robbie Heatherington hit the game-winning shot. But Point Park went on to lose its next four AMC games, the last of which was an 82-78 home loss to Daemen on Jan. 28, 2012. After that, the Pioneers played some of their best basketball of the season by winning four of their next five games — all of which came in conference play — to get back into the playoff race. That streak included road wins at Wilberforce (88-71) and Houghton (83-61). Although Point Park lost to playoff non-eligible Walsh, it rebounded with home wins over Roberts Wesleyan (94-85) and Fisher (98-86) on consecutive days to run the AMC record above .500 at 6-5. Although Point Park ended the regular season with a loss at playoff No. 1 seed

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

2011-12 POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS (all players) Opponent Date ----------vs York University 11/04/11 vs University of Toront11/05/11 vs Lourdes (Ohio) 11/11/11 at Marygrove (Mich.) 11/12/11 at Fairmont State 11/15/11 PENN STATE-FAYETTE 11/16/11 vs Penn State-Fayette 11/18/11 at Allegheny 11/19/11 SALEM INTERNATIONAL 11/22/11 at Ashland 11/23/11 at Fisher College 12/1/11 at West Liberty 12-4-11 WALSH 1/3/12 at Salem International 01/04/12 WILBERFORCE 1/7/2012 HOUGHTON COLLEGE 1/17/12 at Roberts Wesleyan 1/21/12 DAEMEN 1/28/12 at WILBERFORCE UNIVERSI1/31/12 at Houghton College Men2/4/12 at Walsh University 2-7-12 ROBERTS WESLEYAN 2/11/12 FISHER (MA) COLLEGE 2/12/12 at Daemen College 02/18/12 at WILBERFORCE UNIVERSI2/21/12

Score ----81-75 84-88 71-73 95-102 107-100 119-58 104-56 91-89 101-98 95-108 82-81 92-138 87-90 103-86 80-92 91-70 69-79 78-82 88-71 83-61 78-115 94-85 98-86 67-87 76-91

00 03 11 20 21 22 23 30 40 WL BRAXTON,A HEATHERIN POHLOT,JO CARR,MIKE WASHINGTO TAYLOR,JI HEATHERIN ANGLIN,DA ALEXANDER -- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------W 3- 3- 0 33- 7- 6 6- 8- 1 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 16- 2- 1 12- 1- 2 10-11- 0 1- 5- 0 L 6- 2- 1 26- 5-10 13- 5- 0 DNP DNP 17- 3- 3 7- 3- 1 6- 7- 0 9- 7- 0 L 0- 1- 0 11- 5- 6 4- 8- 0 2- 0- 0 DNP 22- 3- 2 24- 3- 3 4-15- 0 4- 1- 0 L 0- 0- 0 32- 6- 5 4- 4- 1 0- 0- 0 DNP 28- 5- 4 13- 4- 5 11-10- 2 7- 6- 0 W 2- 1- 0 19- 5-14 0- 0- 0 DNP DNP 14- 9- 3 23- 5- 0 11-11- 1 30- 7- 0 W 20- 3- 1 15- 4-12 12- 7- 1 7- 6- 2 DNP 20- 4- 3 18- 4- 8 8- 9- 0 19-10- 1 W 19-12- 2 30- 5- 9 7- 6- 0 4- 2- 1 DNP 19- 2- 1 12- 3- 4 4- 5- 2 9- 7- 2 W 0- 3- 0 32- 3- 5 2- 7- 1 DNP DNP 19- 5- 5 21- 7- 3 0- 7- 0 17- 8- 0 W 4- 5- 0 30- 2- 5 DNP DNP DNP 14- 4- 2 23- 8- 6 11-11- 1 13- 4- 3 L 2- 2- 1 34- 3-10 DNP 0- 1- 0 DNP 24- 6- 2 19- 4- 6 13- 9- 2 3- 2- 0 W 4- 5- 1 12- 0- 6 DNP 1- 0- 0 DNP 14- 3- 5 15- 7- 5 13-17- 3 23-12- 2 L 10- 5- 0 27- 2- 5 DNP 3- 2- 0 DNP 16- 3- 3 22- 3- 4 6-13- 2 2- 7- 0 L 0- 1- 0 37- 4- 5 4- 0- 0 DNP 0- 0- 0 3- 6- 3 13- 8- 2 5-15- 0 21- 7- 0 W 0- 1- 0 42- 1-10 8- 2- 0 DNP 0- 1- 0 24- 2- 2 5- 9- 3 4-10- 4 20-14- 1 L 10- 2- 1 16- 0- 7 0- 0- 0 DNP 0- 1- 0 10- 3- 0 7- 4- 3 13-12- 1 11- 3- 0 W 0- 2- 1 31- 4- 5 2- 0- 0 DNP 6- 4- 0 6- 1- 2 19- 6- 2 6-11- 1 7- 3- 0 L 2- 1- 0 27- 2- 1 6- 5- 0 DNP 0- 2- 0 5- 5- 0 11- 6- 1 1- 0- 0 6- 4- 0 L 7- 0- 2 14- 5- 4 0- 0- 0 DNP DNP 7- 1- 1 16- 6- 5 4-12- 0 13- 7- 0 W 23- 4- 1 22- 2- 6 DNP DNP 0- 1- 0 4- 2- 2 6- 3- 2 5- 9- 0 15- 8- 0 W 15- 4- 0 28- 3- 5 4- 0- 0 DNP 3- 2- 0 8- 6- 2 DNP 0-10- 0 18- 5- 2 L 19- 6- 0 11- 4- 2 2- 0- 0 DNP 4- 5- 0 12- 3- 3 4- 5- 4 9- 8- 1 17- 5- 0 W 20- 8- 0 36- 1- 5 DNP DNP DNP 9- 3- 4 15- 6- 0 2- 8- 0 6- 8- 1 W 13-10- 4 21- 6- 5 0- 2- 0 DNP 0- 4- 2 16- 4- 4 12- 3- 6 4- 5- 0 22- 6- 0 L 3- 4- 1 18- 2- 2 3- 2- 0 DNP 0- 3- 1 4- 1- 0 11- 0- 2 3- 6- 2 21- 8- 0 L 14- 7- 1 9- 3- 5 4- 2- 0 DNP 0- 0- 0 5- 0- 3 10- 6- 4 6-10- 1 28- 7- 0

42 45 Opponent Date Score WL JOHNSON,E MENZIES,D --------------- -- --------- --------vs York University 11/04/11 81-75 W DNP DNP vs University of Toront11/05/11 84-88 L DNP DNP vs Lourdes (Ohio) 11/11/11 71-73 L DNP DNP at Marygrove (Mich.) 11/12/11 95-102 L DNP 0- 1- 0 at Fairmont State 11/15/11 107-100 W DNP 8- 2- 0 PENN STATE-FAYETTE 11/16/11 119-58 W DNP DNP vs Penn State-Fayette 11/18/11 104-56 W DNP DNP at Allegheny 11/19/11 91-89 W DNP DNP SALEM INTERNATIONAL 11/22/11 101-98 W DNP 6- 0- 1 at Ashland 11/23/11 95-108 L DNP 0- 2- 0 at Fisher College 12/1/11 82-81 W DNP DNP at West Liberty 12-4-11 92-138 L DNP 6- 4- 0 WALSH 1/3/12 87-90 L 4- 5- 3 DNP at Salem International 01/04/12 103-86 W 0- 1- 0 DNP WILBERFORCE 1/7/2012 80-92 L 13- 5- 1 DNP HOUGHTON COLLEGE 1/17/12 91-70 W 13- 4- 0 1- 0- 0 at Roberts Wesleyan 1/21/12 69-79 L 11-11- 1 0- 0- 0 DAEMEN 1/28/12 78-82 L 17- 8- 0 DNP at WILBERFORCE UNIVERSI1/31/12 88-71 W 13- 5- 4 DNP at Houghton College Men2/4/12 83-61 W 7- 4- 4 DNP at Walsh University 2-7-12 78-115 L 0- 4- 0 DNP ROBERTS WESLEYAN 2/11/12 94-85 W 6- 4- 1 DNP FISHER (MA) COLLEGE 2/12/12 98-86 W 10- 5- 1 0- 3- 0 at Daemen College 02/18/12 67-87 L DNP 4- 9- 1 at WILBERFORCE UNIVERSI2/21/12 76-91 L 0- 1- 1 DNP

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2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES — Returning Players #3 T.J. HEATHERINGTON Guard, 5-10, 170, Senior Hometown: McKeesport, Pa. High school: Serra Catholic

NAIA Division II First Team All-American 2011-12 (NAIA DII Scoring Leader) All-AMC First Team 2011-12 All-AMC Second Team 2009-10 All-AMC Freshmen Team 2009-10 Coach Rager: “T.J. is the catalyst of our team. We expect big things from him and to run our offense. He has gotten every possible individual honor in his career, and now it’s time for him to lead the team, score like he knows how, but also get others involved. We need him to produce offensively with points and assists and to set our tempo. He will have the ball in his hands for a majority, so he will dictate everything we do. T.J. is a great scorer, has a great feel for the game, sees the floor and is excellent at getting to the foul line.” Profile: Heatherington is a scoring point guard who is relied on to push the ball up the court in coach Rager’s fast-paced, up-tempo style of play that is focused on scoring. Heatherington is a major key to the Point Park offense running at the pace that Rager likes. He led the nation in scoring as a junior and was fourth in assists. When healthy, he has started every game of his career. Heatherington is a great penetrator and can score inside and from the perimeter. He has career averages of 18.8 ppg and 5.7 apg. He has 1,167 career points to rank 12th in school history. His 352 assists rank eighth, and he is third all-time in free throws made with 343. Heatherington's 80.9-percent free-throw shooting ranks sixth in Point Park history. 2011-12: Led the NAIA Division II in scoring at 24.5 ppg and was fourth in assists at 6.2 apg as an NAIA Division II First-Team All-American…named AMC Player of the Year and All-AMC First Team…registered 10 games over 30 or more points including a career-high of 42 points 1-4-12 at Salem International…had four double-doubles of points and assists including 19 points and career-high 14 assists 11-15-11 at Fairmont State…set a school record for free throws made in a season with 216…also set a school record for free throws made and attempted in a single game when he was 21 of 24 from the line 1-21-12 at Roberts Wesleyan…shot 84% from the free throw line to rank 17th in NAIA DII. 2010-11: Heatherington started the first 13 games before the season-ending knee injury versus Cedarville. He was third on the team with 13.4 points per game. He was in double digits in scoring nine times with five of those being 20-point games. He had 23 points versus Wilberforce, 22 versus Siena Heights and had 21 points in the both games versus WV Tech. Heatherington directed what was the second-highest scoring offense in the country before his injury. His scoring average went down from his freshman year as Kris Douse (20.1 ppg) and Jimmy Sherwood (17.8 ppg) became the top scorers. 2009-10: Heatherington averaged 15.9 points and 5.9 assists per game as a freshman. He ranked sixth in the AMC in scoring and was second in assists. He was tops among AMC freshmen in scoring and assists, and his assist average ranked fifth in NAIA Division II. Heatherington led Point Park in scoring in 10 games, which included a careerhigh of 26 versus PSU-Fayette. He scored in double figures 19 of 23 games and he eclipsed the 20-point mark eight times. He shot 41% from the field and a team-best 79% from the foul line. His career-high of 12 assists were in the second meeting with PSU-Fayette. High School: Heatherington was a two-time all-state player during his standout career at Serra Catholic High School. He averaged 25.0 points per game as a senior, and scored 1,108 career points. As a two-sport athlete, Heatherington was a two-time all-state selection in basketball and football at Serra Catholic. In basketball, he was a Fab 5 pick by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette East and a Tribune-Review Terrific 10 selection. He was twice named the Male Athlete of the Year by the McKeesport Daily News. He was a twotime All-WPIAL selection and a two-time WPIAL all-section choice. As a junior, he led Serra Catholic to championships on the WPIAL and PIAA level. As a senior, he led his team to the WPIAL finals by scoring 50 points in the semifinals, which set a WPIAL single-game playoff record. On the football field, he was a all-state quarterback who ran an option offense. As a senior, he was the Black Hills Conference Offensive MVP after totaling 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards passing for the second straight year. Personal: Born Feb. 1, 1991…son of Paul and Kelly Heatherington…undecided on a major. CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA (Pct.) 3FG-FGA (Pct.) 2009-10 23-23 130-317 (.410) 19-70 (.271) 2010-11 14-13 66-163 (.405) 16-49 (.327) 2011-12 25-25 179-452 (.396) 39-125 (.312) Career Totals 62-62 375-932 (.402) 74-244 (.303) Career Game Highs – Points: 42, Rebounds: 8, Assists: 14, Steals: 6

FT-FTA (Pct.) 87-109 (.798) 40-58 (.690) 216-257 (.840) 343-424 (.809)

Reb. (Avg.) 68 (3.0) 38 (2.7) 84 (3.4) 190 (3.1)

Ast. 135 62 155 352

Blk 1 1 4 6

Stl 35 28 45 108

Pts. 366 188 613 1,167

Avg. 15.9 13.4 24.5 18.8

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES — Returning Players

#23 ROBBIE HEATHERINGTON Guard, 6-0, 180, Junior Hometown: McKeesport, Pa. High school: Serra Catholic Coach Rager “Robbie developed his game and had a great sophomore season. He has the ability to progress even further. Nobody plays the game harder than Robbie. He is a great shooter who always has the green light. He’s also a smart player who does a lot of things right on the floor. Robbie will mostly play on the wing but will also see some time at the point.” Profile: Heatherington broke into the starting lineup in his sophomore year and was second on the team at 14.1 ppg… after his freshman season, he took his game to the next level…a great three-point shooter, he was second on the Pioneers with 62 treys and shot 35% from long range…a good rebounder for a guard with 4.8 rpg last year…very intense player on defense who plays the game very hard. 2011-12: Heatherington started 15 of 24 games at the shooting guard position…reached double figures in scoring 19 times including a career-high 24 vs. Lourdes on 11-11-11… was second on the team with 62 made 3-pt field goals and ranked 26th in NAIA DII with 2.58 made 3-pt FGs per game…shot 80.5% from the foul line to rank 34th in the country. 2010-11: Heatherington was one of the top guard options off the bench as a freshman. He had a season high of 23 points versus Penn State-Fayette. He delivered in a big way with 18 points in a overtime win over Cedarville when he helped make up for two injured starters, including his brother T.J. His best all-around game was 19 points, five rebounds and seven assists at Wilberforce. Heatherington is not known as a rebounder, but he had a career high nine versus a tall Roberts Wesleyan team. High school: He scored over 1,000 points for his career in leading the Eagles to three section championships in a row. Led by the Heatherington brothers, Serra Catholic won WPIAL and PIAA Class A championships during the 2007-08 season. The Eagles were runners-up in the WPIAL and the PIAA during Robbie Heatherington’s junior season of 2008-09. Heatherington was the McKeesport Daily News Player of the Year last season. He was also tabbed to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fab 5 team and the Tribune-Review Terrific 10. He earned three letters in basketball and four in football. He was the quarterback for Serra’s football team after playing wide receiver his first three years. He went under center after his older brother vacated the starting quarterback position. Robbie threw for over 1,000 yards in 2009. In addition to their PIAA basketball title in 2007-08, the Heatherington brothers also won the state football title that year. Personal: Son of Paul and Kelly Heatherington…born March 25, 1992…majoring in business. CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA (Pct.) 3FG-FGA (Pct.) 2010-11 26-5 37-137 (.270) 14-72 (.194) 2012-13 24-15 105-274 (.383) 62-177 (.350) Career 50-20 142-411 (.345) 76-249 (.305) Career Game Highs – Points: 24, Rebounds: 9, Assists: 8

FT-FTA (Pct.) 31-39 (.795) 66-82 (.805) 97-121 (.801)

Reb. (Avg.) 42 (1.6) 114 (4.8) 156 (3.1)

Ast. 34 81 115

Blk 0 2 2

Stl 20 30 50

Pts. 119 338 457

Avg. 4.6 14.1 9.1

#11 JOSH POHLOT Guard/Forward, 6-4, 210, Junior Hometown: Belle Vernon, Pa. High school: Belle Vernon Area Coach Rager: “Josh is a very active player on the boards and as a shot blocker. He is athletic, and he has gotten stronger from his freshman to junior years. He has come into this season in great shape, and he brings a great attitude and energy. He jumps really well and is a factor on the offensive boards and with blocking shots. Profile: Pohlot was a starter at the beginning of last year before a hand injury forced him to miss some time. As a junior, he’ll be in the mix to start in the post although a broke finger on his right hand will keep him out to start the year. A long and athletic forward with good jumping ability, he can be a force on the defensive end with shot blocking and rebounding. A 46% career shooter, he is a capable offensive player who is good at taking it to the hoop and scoring off offensive rebounds. 2011-12: Pohlot played in 19 games and made 4 starts…he battled a hand injury that forced in to miss 6 games… was a starter at the beginning of the year before being hurt… had a season-high 13 points vs. Toronto 11-5-11…grabbed a season-high 8 rebounds vs. York 11-4-11… 2010-11: Pohlot played in 25 of 27 games and made two starts as a freshman. He reached double figures four times with the career high of 14 coming at Cedarville. Other strong games were 12 points and eight rebounds versus Penn State-Fayette and 10 points and nine rebounds at home versus Penn State-Fayette. His career high of 11 rebounds came at Houghton. He registered five or more rebounds eight times with six of those coming in the first eight games of the season. High school: Pohlot scored over 1,000 points for his career and was a three-time, all-section player at Belle Vernon. He capped off his career by averaging 18.1 points and 9.6 rebounds per game in leading the Leopards to a 17-7 record and a playoff berth. He shot 51% from the floor and made 28 3-pointers. One of the top players in the Greensburg area, Pohlot was named the Tribune-Review Terrific 10 team. He played in the Mid-States Roundball Classic where he led all scorers with 16 points to give Pennsylvania a 10299 win over Maryland. An excellent student Pohlot earned high honors in high school. Personal: Son of Mike and Andrea Pohlot…born Jan. 29, 1992…majoring in sports, arts and entertainment management. CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA (Pct.) 3FG-FGA (Pct.) 2010-11 25-2 37-77 (.481) 2-16 (.125) 2011-12 19-4 34-76 (.447) 3-9 (.333) Career Totals 44-6 71-153 (.464) 5-25 (.200) Career Game Highs – Points: 14, Rebounds: 11, Assists: 2, Blocks: 3

FT-FTA (Pct.) 21-34 (.618) 10-13 (.769) 31-47 (.666)

Reb. (Avg.) 76 (3.0) 58 (3.1) 134 (3.0)

Ast. 7 4 11

Blk 12 10 22

Stl 10 7 17

Pts. 97 81 178

Avg. 3.9 4.3 4.0

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES

#22 JIMMY TAYLOR Guard, 6-1, 185, Senior Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.

High School: Keystone Oaks

Previous School: CCAC-Allegheny

Coach Rager: “Jimmy is a great shooter, and he has a good understanding of the game. We want him to shoot a lot, and in fact, we want him to shoot even more than last year. He can really fill it up, and he’s at his best when he pulls the trigger right away. He’s learned the he needs to go 100% all the time to be effective in our system. He’s always in good position, and is a good passer, too.” Profile: Taylor is in his second year at Point Park and was a starter last year in his first season on campus. He transferred from CCAC-Allegheny, where he spent two years and was an NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American. Taylor is a proven, double-digit scorer who is one of the many shooters for the Pioneers. He shoots a high percentage from the floor and 3-point range and has a good assist-to-turnover ratio. 2011-12: Taylor started 18 of 25 games at shooting guard in his first year at Point Park…was the team’s leading 3-point shooter…averaged 13.4 ppg to rank fourth on the team…made a team-high 76 3-pointers to lead the team…ranked 10th in NAIA DII with 3.04 made 3-point FGs per game…shot 79% from the foul line…scored in double figures 16 times including the first 12 games of the season consecutively…had a career-high 28 points vs. Marygrove 11-12-11. High School: Taylor was a WPIAL all-section player at Keystone Oaks High School. He lettered in basketball and tennis four times each. Personal: Born July 27, 1989…the son of Mike and Janet Taylor…majoring in business. STATS AT POINT PARK YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA (Pct.) 3FG-FGA (Pct.) 2011-12 25-18 111-265 (.419) 76-203 (.374) Career Game Highs – Points: 28, Rebounds: 9, Assists: 5 STATS AT CCAC ALLEGHENY STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA (Pct.) 2009-10* 5-NA 16-38 (.421) 2010-11* 28-NA 130-248 (.524) CCAC Totals 33-NA 146-286 (.510)

3FG-FGA (Pct.) 10-25 (.400) 69-155 (.445) 79-180 (.439)

FT-FTA (Pct.) 38-48 (.792)

Reb. (Avg.) 86 (3.4)

Ast. 60

Blk 1

Stl 27

Pts. 336

Avg. 13.4

FT-FTA (Pct.) 12-15 (.800) 62-76 (.815) 74-91 (.813)

Reb. (Avg.) 15 (3.0) 80 (2.9) 95 (2.9)

Ast. 8 98 106

Blk NA NA NA

Stl 5 47 52

Pts. 54 391 445

Avg. 10.8 13.9 13.5

#00 ASA BRAXTON Guard/Forward, 6-2, 200, Senior Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.

High School: Hampton Previous School: Seton Hill

Coach Rager: “Asa has been a great addition for us, and I don’t know if we make the playoffs last year without his great play down the stretch. He goes all-out at all times, has a great attitude and is really determined as a senior. We want him to play fast, not worry about mistakes and don’t think. If he does that, he can play at a high level.” Profile: Braxton is in his second year at Point Park after transferring last year from Seton Hill…one of the best athletes on the team, he plays on the wing but is also able to go into the post if necessary…possesses a good shooting stroke from the perimeter and is also good in the open floor…is a strong rebounder from the backcourt…has the ability to guard a variety of positions. 2011-12: Braxton played in all 25 games in his first season on campus and started 8 games…he scored in double figures 10 times including 6 of the final 7 games of the season…he broke into the starting lineup late in the year and was a key performer down the stretch run…had a career-high 23 points at Wilberforce…averaged 7.8 ppg for the season but increased that to 9.7 ppg in conference games…averaged 15.2 ppg the last eight games of the year...had a career-high 23 points on 5 of 6 shooting from 3-point land in a breakout game at Wilberforce...made 4 of more treys in 5 of the last 7 games of the year...led the team in 3-point accuracy at 38%. At Seton Hill: He played in 18 games and made two starts during the 2007-08 season. He averaged 3.7 points and 1.1 rebounds in 8.6 minutes per game. He shot 42% from the field and 38% from 3-point range (15 for 39). High School: Braxton averaged 18 points and five assists per game as a senior at Hampton High School, where he graduated in 2007. He led the Talbots to a runner-up finish in the WPIAL championship and also the section title. Personal: Born on Sept. 9, 1989…son of Earl Braxton…majoring in education. STATS AT POINT PARK YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA (Pct.) 3FG-FGA (Pct.) 2011-12 25-8 66-160 (.413) 36-94 (.383) Career Game Highs – Points: 23, Rebounds: 12, Assists: 4

FT-FTA (Pct.) 28-42 (.667)

Reb. (Avg.) 92 (3.7)

Ast. 17

Blk 4

Stl 25

Pts. 196

Avg. 7.8

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES — Newcomers

#50 BABATUNDE SOMOYE Center, 6-9, 280, Senior Hometown: London, England

Previous Schools: Brevard (Fla.) CC, Langston (Okla.) Univ.

Coach Rager: “Babs gives us a legitimate post player. He’s come in in great shape, he’s a former soccer player who’s really light on his feet and has all the post moves. He has picked up our system very well. We need him to take up space in the middle, block shots and rebound. Babs rebounds and outlets very well to get us out on the break. He also trails the play well and can finish great.” Profile: Somoye is a 6-9 center who transferred from NAIA Langston (Okla.) University. He has not played basketball the last two years, but his game has not shown rust in his time at Point Park. Somoye has a size and skill to be a force with scoring and rebounding down low. Prior to Point Park: Somoye started his career with two years at Brevard (Fla.) CC, where he played a total of 44 games. As a backup both years, his best season included 4.5 ppg and 4.0 rpg and 48% shooting from the floor. Somoye spent the 2009-10 season at NAIA Langston (Okla.), where he averaged 5.3 ppg and 4.5 rpg in just 14.7 minutes per game. He shot an impressive 53% from the floor that season. Personal: Born Aug. 2, 1987…majoring in Mass Communication. CAREER STATS YEAR GP FG-FGA (Pct.) 3FG-FGA (Pct.) 2007-08* 25 44-92 (.480) 0-0 (.000) 2008-09* 19 39-80 (.490) 0-0 (.000) 2009-10** 23 47-89 (.528) 0-0 (.000) * at Brevard (Fla.) CC **at NAIA Langston (Okla.) University

FT-FTA (Pct.) 24-59 (.410) 18-50 (.360) 29-57 (.509)

Reb. (Avg.) 100 (4.0) 51 (2.7) 103 (4.5)

Ast. 13 6 8

Blk NA 11 8

Stl 5 15 5

Pts. 112 96 123

Avg. 4.5 5.1 5.3

#21 JOSH ARNOLD Guard/Forward, 6-5, 195, Senior Hometown: Monessen, Pa.

High School: Monessen Previous Schools: Indian River (Fla.) CC and West Virginia Tech

Coach Rager: “Josh has great athleticism, and he can be a real impact player for us. He plays the ‘4’ position, which is our talent position. He can score and rebound, and runs the floor well. Josh is a great finisher who can take it to the hoop and has a nice mid-range game. His abilities fit our system very well.” Profile: Arnold is a transfer from West Virginia Tech, where he last played two years ago. He started his career with two years at Indian River (Fla.) CC. Arnold was a bigtime scorer averaging 30.7 ppg at Monessen High School. During his college career, he has been a consistent scorer for three years. Arnold has a very athletic build with strong leaping ability. His athleticism allows him to score in a variety of ways and rebound. Prior to Point Park: Arnold started his career at Indian River (Fla.) CC, where his best season came as a freshman with 14.1 ppg, 4.4 rpg and 3.7 apg. He grabbed 45 steals, scored a total of 297 that year. He then moved on to WVU Tech, where he was named Mid-South Conf. Honorable Mention in 2010-11 with 10.5 ppg and 4.5 rpg. He shot a solid 43% from the field and 39.5% from long range. High School: Arnold was named PIAA Class AA all-state as a senior at Monessen High School in 2006-07. He averaged 30.7 ppg that year as one of the leading scorers in the WPIAL. Arnold was a four-sport athlete earning four letters each in basketball, football, baseball and track. He spent the 2007-08 season at Massanutten Mlitary Academy. Personal: Born Aug. 7, 1988…majoring in Sports, Arts and Entertainment Management. CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA (Pct.) 3FG-FGA (Pct.) 2008-09* 21-NA 102-254 (.400) 25-56 (.380) 2009-10* 16-NA 48-136 (.350) 10-37 (.270) 2010-11** 21-16 71-165 (.430) 15-38 (.395) * at Indian River (Fla.) CC **at West Virginia Tech

FT-FTA (Pct.) 68-97 (.700) 36-64 (.560) 68-108 (.630)

Reb. (Avg.) 92 (4.4) 39 (2.4) 95 (4.5)

Ast. 79 32 70

Blk NA NA 9

Stl 45 14 23

Pts. 297 142 225

Avg. 14.1 8.9 10.5

#10 GABE McNEAL Guard, 6-1, 165, Junior Hometown: Richmond, Va.

High School: Hermitage Previous Schools: Cecil (Md.) CC and Shaw (N.C.) University

Coach Rager: “Gabe provides us with instant offense. He heats up really fast and can really stroke it from long range. He’s a scorer who’s an excellent shooter with desire to be good. He fits really well in our system with his ability to spot up for the 3. He has the complete package as a guard” Profile: McNeal is a transfer from NCAA Division II Shaw (N.C.) University, where he spent the 2011-12 season. He started his career with one year at Cecil (Md.) CC. McNeal is an athletic guard who can shoot well from the perimeter and also create with good ball handling skills. He’s an active player on defense with a long and wiry frame. He comes from a basketball family with his father Chris McNeal starring as a 6-8 forward at Pitt from 1990-93. Chris McNeal scored 1,067 points in three years at Pitt. Prior to Point Park: McNeal put up great shooting numbers in his one year at Cecil (Md.) CC in 2009-10. He scored 12.3 ppg while shooting 52% from the field and 40% from long range. He also averaged 4.0 apg that year. McNeal then transferred to NCAA DII Shaw (N.C.), where he did not play much on an already-established team. Shaw was 27-4, was ranked No. 7 in the country and made the NCAA DII Sweet 16 in his year there. Personal: Born April 16, 1990…majoring in Mass Communications CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA (Pct.) 3FG-FGA (Pct.) 2009-10* 23-NA 100-193 (.520) 37-93 (.400) 201-12 18-0 10-34 (.294) 6-19 (.316) * at Cecil (Md.) CC **at Shaw (N.C.) University

FT-FTA (Pct.) 45-55 (.820) 5-6 (.833)

Reb. (Avg.) 68 (2.9) 13 (0.7)

Ast. 92 4

Blk NA o

Stl 28 4

Pts. 282 31

Avg. 12.3 1.7

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES — Newcomers (continued)

#33 MATT NOSZKA Guard/Forward, 6-4, 210, Freshman Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. High School: Chartiers Valley Previous Schools: Seton Hill University Coach Rager: “Matt is a hard-nosed kid who will be playing the 4 position for us. He plays really hard, gets after it on both ends and can create mismatches. He is a good driver of the basketball and can also go out and shoot the 3.” Profile: Noszka is in his first year as an active player for Point Park. He transferred midway through the fall semester last year, and although he worked out with the Pioneers, he sat out the entire year. He started his career at Seton Hill. Noszka has a strong build at 6-4 with good jumping ability. He is active on the offensive glass, and can run the floor well. Noszka creates mismatches at the four position with his ability to go inside and out. He benefitted from sitting out last year and is ready to play a big role this year. High School: Noszka enjoyed a standout high school career for a very successful Chartiers Valley program. He averaged a career-high 19.9 ppg as a senior and 14.9 ppg as a junior. He was a part of a team that won the WPIAL championship and finished runner-up in the state playoffs. Noszka was a Post-Gazette South Fab 5 player as a senior. He earned a total of six varsity letters as a three-sport athlete in basketball, football and baseball. Personal: Born Oct. 27, 1992…Undecided on a major.

#40 JARED STURT Forward, 6-6, 195, Freshman Hometown: Toledo, Ohio High School: Maumee Valley Country Day Coach Rager: “Jared has been a very nice surprise in the preseason. He has a lot of potential with good moves down low and a sense for scoring around the hoop. Once he adds strength, he can be a really nice player.” Profile: Sturt is a 6-6 forward from Toledo, Ohio, who gives the Pioneers depth in the frontcourt. He has good jumping ability to be a factor with blocked shots and rebounds on the offensive and defensive glass. Sturt also possesses a nice scoring touch in the post and can step out to hit the open jumper all the way out to 3-point range. High School: Sturt was a first team all-conference and all-district player at Maumee Valley Country Day his junior and senior years. As a two-time team MVP, he was honorable mention all-state in Ohio for two years. He led his team to a conference championship as a senior. He earned a total of six varsity letters as a three-sport athlete in basketball, soccer and track. Personal: Born Sept. 15, 1993…majoring in Cinema and Digital Arts.

#14 J.J. KRYSINSKY Guard, 5-10, 150, Freshman Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. High School: Fox Chapel Coach Rager: “J.J. is a freshman with a lot of potential. He has the ability to develop into a nice player for us. He is a quick learner with a desire to be coached. As he adjusts to our system, he needs to learn to play fast and get a feel for the spacing.” Profile: Krysinsky is a freshman guard from Fox Chapel High School who can play both the 1- and 2-guard position. He has a good feel for the game and is fundamentally sound. High School: Krysinsky lettered three times in basketball at Fox Chapel. He was named one of the top 50 players in WPIAL Class-AAAA. Personal: Born March 7, 1994…majoring in Sports, Arts and Entertainment Management.

#45 BLAIR JONES Center, 6-4, 260, Senior Hometown: Duquesne, Pa.

High School: Moon Area

Coach Rager: “Blair has a great attitude as a player who is new to college basketball this year. He is very coachable and wants to learn to become a better player.” Profile: Jones is playing college basketball for the first time. He has been a Point Park student the last three years, but he did not play basketball. He has a big body that will add depth to the post. His ineligible the first half of the year but will look to gain eligibility in the second semester. High School: Jones was a three-sport athlete at Moon Area High School in basketball, football and volleyball. He was a standout volleyball player and also had scholarship offers to play football collegiately.

#20 ALGIE LOVELACE Guard, 5-9, 145, Sophomore Hometown: Washington, D.C.

High School: Bowie Previous School: Lyndon (Vt.) State

Coach Rager: “Algie has been working hard defensively. He needs to work to understand our system in order to make an impact on the team.” Profile: Lovelace is a transfer from NCAA Division III Lyndon (Vt.) State, where he player one game in his only season there in 2011-12. He is a backup point guard who adds to the depth chart at that position. High School: Lovelace was a two-year starter at Bowie High School. Personal: Born Nov. 11, 1991…majoring in Sports, Arts and Entertainment Management.

#32 ROMEL POWELL Guard, 6-1, 185, Freshman Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.

High School: Schenley

Coach Rager: “Romel is a new player to college basketball who will need to continue to develop his game to make an impact for us.” Profile: Powell is a 6-1 guard from Schenley. He spent last year at CCAC-Allegheny but did not play basketball there. He is ineligible the first semester but will look to gain eligibility the second semester. High School: Powell was a three-sport athlete in basketball, football and track and field, and earned three letters in each sport. Personal: Born June 15, 1992…majoring in Psychology.

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS & POSTSEASON RESULTS Year 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

Record 8-10 8-10 11-14 7-17 13-12 15-9 19-8 18-8 16-10 16-10 16-11 26-5 23-5 16-10 14-11 20-12

Coach Mel Cratsley Carl Rizzo Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

18-13 9-18 19-14 8-18 15-15 6-21 9-21 12-16 8-21 18-10 13-13 9-19 14-16 23-8

Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Jerry Conboy Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01

14-12 9-13 4-23 21-12

Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager

2001-02

19-10

Bob Rager

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

11-13 14-13 15-15 17-8 29-2

Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Total

16-12 12-16 9-16 15-12 13-12 644-574 (.529)

Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager Bob Rager

Postseason results No playoffs No playoffs No playoffs No playoffs No playoffs District 18 first round (L, Slippery Rock, 96-81) District 18 first round (L, at Edinboro, 84-80) District 18 first round (L, at IUP, 103-89) District 18 first round (L, Clarion, 94-86) District 18 second round (W, at Waynesburg; 104-94; L, at Clarion 88-86) District 18 first round (L, at IUP, 61-57) District 18 Champs (Clarion, 97-84; Westminster, 78-69); NAIA Tourn. (L, Henderson, 70-69) District 18 first round (L, at Waynesburg, 77-72) District 18 first round (L, at Waynesburg, 81-60) District 18 first round (L, at Westminster, 40-37) District 18 Champs (St. Vincent, 74-69; Westminster, 54-48; Geneva, 66-58); NAIA Tournament (L, Texas Wesleyan, 72-55) District 18 second round (W, LaRoche, 72-68; L, at Waynesburg, 102-77) District 18 first round (L, at Westminster, 61-57 (2OT)) District 18 second round (W, Geneva, 72-65; L, Westminster, 69-56) No playoffs District 18 second round (W, St. Vincent, 78-66; L, Waynesburg, 108-90) No playoffs District 18 first round (L, Westminster, 78-65) District 18 first round (L, at Geneva, 84-74) No playoffs District 18 first round (L, Westminster, 105-70) KECC first round (L, at Pitt-Bradford, 80-69) KECC first round (L, at Pitt-Bradford, 110-104) KECC second round (W, Pitt-Bradford, (forfeit); L, at Geneva, 104-80) KECC Champs (Geneva, 80-65; at Westminster, 67-63); NAIA DI Final Four (W, Lipscomb, 111-100; W, Claflin, 71-70; W, Hawaii Pacific, 88-84; L, Oklahoma Baptist, 93-75) KECC Finals (W, Daemen, 85-81; W, at Westminster, 77-68; L, at Saint Vincent, 93-86) AMC Tournament first round (L, at St. Vincent, 88-68) AMC Tournament first round (L, at Rio Grande, 94-77) AMC Tournament finals (W, St. Vincent, 88-86 (OT); W, Walsh, 77-73; L, Rio Grande, 89-81) NAIA DII Sweet 16 (W, Briar Cliff, 93-73; L, Oregon Tech, 82-74) AMC Tournament semifinals (W, Daemen, 85-60; W, Mt. Vernon Nazarene, 90-85; L, St. Vincent, 65-59) AMC Tournament first round (L, Rio Grande, 69-53) No playoffs AMC Tournament first round (L, at Cedarville, 88-62) AMC Tournament second round (W, Geneva, 95-90; L, Cedarville, 119-93) AMC Championship game title (W, Cedarville, 89-83) NAIA Tourney first round (L, Spalding (Ky.), 78-63) AMC first round (L, at Ohio Dominican, 94-91) No playoffs No playoffs AMC first round (L, at Cedarville, 82-77) AMC first round (L, at Wilberforce, 91-76)

Losses 313 241 10 10

Years NAIA tourney appearances 1989-present 3 (1996-97, 2000-01, 2006-07) 1969-89 2 (1978-79, 1982-83) 1967-68 0 1968-69 0

COACHING RECORDS Name Wins Bob Rager 323 Jerry Conboy 305 Mel Cratsley 8 Carl Rizzo 8

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

RECORD BOOK — CAREER LEADERS

POINTS 1,000-Point Club Points 2,020 1,997 1,846 1,736 1,605 1,539 1,494 1,451 1,300 1,217 1,210 1,167 1,136 1,105 1,071 1,046 1,041 1,002

Player Bobby Franklin Kenny Walls Joe McMillan Chivas Whipple Melvin Paul Gavin Prosser Randy Smith Damon Wade Jim Ney Kelly Randolph Denny DiPasquale T.J. Heatherington Ed Josefoski Brian Kennedy Bob Rager Shaun Peters Sonny Lewis Devon Alexander

G 103 78 112 84 112 86 105 58 82 104 111 62 90 79 85 112 56 101

Avg. Years 19.6 1973-77 25.6 1992-95 16.5 1980-84 20.6 2005-08 14.3 1976-80 17.9 2004-07 14.2 1989-93 25.0 1995-97 15.9 1971-75 11.7 1983-87 10.9 2003-07 18.8 200912.6 1967-71 13.9 2002-05 12.6 1970-74 9.3 2000-04 18.6 1978-80 9.9 2008-12

G 112 78 90 112 104 84 105 104 65 91

Avg. 9.2 1976-80 13.1 11.1 7.3 1980-84 7.1 1983-87 8.7 2005-08 6.6 1989-93 6.5 1978-82 10.2 7.6 1983-86

Steals (continued) 154 Tez Williams 148 Gavin Prosser 148 Damon Wade

BLOCKS Blocks 116 99 98 96 84 82 73 69 68 68 60

Player Melvin Paul Kenny Walls Ed Josefoski Joe McMillan Kelly Randolph Chivas Whipple Randy Smith Terry Parham Bill Long Rick Condo

ASSISTS Assists 548 473 467 456 454 406 367 352 350 302 292

Player Damon Wade Gavin Prosser Brian Tomasic Lloyd Franklin Shaun Peters Bobby Franklin Bob Rager T.J. Heatherington Jim Metz Brad Durbin Tyrone Waiters

Years 1995-97 2004-07 1990-95 1975-79 2000-04 1973-77 1970-74 20091967-70 1980-84 1979-81

STEALS Steals 314 291 209 207 181 180 160 158

Player Bobby Franklin Melvin Paul Shaun Peters Joe McMillan Chivas Whipple Randy Smith Lloyd Franklin Brad Durbin

Years 1973-77 1976-80 2000-04 1980-84 2005-08 1989-93 1975-79 1980-84

Player Kelly Randolph Fred Myrick Perry Dickens Terry Parham Kenny Walls Dante Anglin Joe McMillan DeVaughn Halsel Dermita Edwards Jorge Llanos Marek Kosovic

Years 1983-87 1982-84 1982-84 1978-82 1992-95 2008-12 1980-84 1996-98 1988-90 1997-99 2000-04

GAMES PLAYED

REBOUNDS Rebs 1,028 1,025 1,002 822 741 731 696 679 665 646

2002-05 2004-07 1995-97

Years 1992-95 1967-71

1967-70

Games 112 112 112 111 108 108 105 105 104 104 103 101 101 100

Player Joe McMillan Melvin Paul Shaun Peters Denny DiPasquale Lloyd Franklin Brian Tomasic Randy Smith Terry Parham Brad Durbin Kelly Randolph Bobby Franklin Dante Anglin Devon Alexander Thomas Raglin

Years 1980-84 1976-80 2000-04 2003-07 1975-79 1990-95 1989-93 1978-82 1980-84 1983-87 1973-77 2009-12 2009-12 1992-96

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

RECORD BOOK — CAREER LEADERS (continued)

FIELD GOALS MADE

FREE THROWS MADE

FGM 842 759 732 685 634 581 526 503 502 489

FTs 610 417 343 340 336 325 298 248 238 238 233

Player Bobby Franklin Joe McMillan Melvin Paul Kenny Walls Chivas Whipple Randy Smith Jim Ney Damon Wade Denny DiPasquale Kelly Randolph

Years 1973-77 1980-84 1976-80 1992-95 2005-08 1989-93 1971-75 1995-97 2003-07 1983-87

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED FGA 1951 1655 1451 1308 1231 1169 1135 1097 1082 1080

Player Bobby Franklin Joe McMillan Melvin Paul Randy Smith Chivas Whipple Gavin Prosser Bob Rager Kelly Randolph Kenny Walls Damon Wade

Years 1973-77 1980-84 1976-80 1989-93 2005-08 2004-07 1970-74 1983-87 1992-95 1995-97

FGM-FGA 685-1,082 284-460 226-376 164-291 215-392 386-713 302-567 445-840 385-727 226-431 634-1,231

Years 1992-95 2000-02 1995-97 1985-86 1970-73 2008-12 1980-83 1978-80 1996-98 1976-77 2005-08

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 3-PT 279 217 201 178 170 159 148 147 136 126 124

Player Denny DiPasaquale Gavin Prosser Brian Tomasic Josh Trocchio Brian Kennedy Shaun Peters Chris Palumbo Damon Wade Dimitar Simovski Dexter Young Tez Williams

Year 1992-95 2005-08 20092004-07 1973-77 1980-84 1995-97 1971-75 1983-87 1996-99 1996-98

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 200 FGA) FG pct. Player .633 Kenny Walls .617 Khalid Loda .601 Ty Rozier .564 Wes Correa .548 Ali Morris .541 Devon Alexander .533 Jim Strickland .530 Sonny Lewis .530 DeVaughn Halsel .524 Linfoster Lindsey .515 Chivas Whipple

Player Kenny Walls Chivas Whipple T.J. Heatherington Gavin Prosser Bobby Franklin Joe McMillian Damon Wade Jim Ney Kelly Randolph Tony Lesesne DeVaughn Halsel

Years 2003-07 2004-07 1990-95 2008-11 2002-05 2000-04 1994-98 1995-97 2001-03 2000-01 2002-05

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .448 Brian Tomasic (201 for 449, 1990-95) (Only Career Leader Record holder available)

FTAs 816 521 494 465 451 424 403 352 352 331 313

Player Kenny Walls Chivas Whipple Joe McMillian Bobby Franklin Gavin Prosser T.J. Heatherington Damon Wade Kelly Randolph Bill Long Randy Smith Jim Ney

Years 1992-95 2005-08 1980-84 1973-77 2004-07 20091995-97 1983-87 1967-70 1989-93 1971-75

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 FTM) FT pct. Player .848 Bobby Maher .846 Larry Gordon .829 Warner Macklin .816 Brian Tomasic .815 Brian Kennedy .809 T.J. Heatherington .808 Jim Metz

FTM-FTA 78-92 77-91 58-70 183-224 163-200 343-424 193-239

Years 1979-81 1979-80 1981-83 1990-95 2002-05 20091967-70

.803 .800 .801 .792 .790 .790

102-127 417-521 97-121 248-313 94-119 162-205

2006-08 2005-08 20101971-75 1987-88 1983-86

Dan Muto Chivas Whipple Rob Heatherington Jim Ney Shawn Ellis Rick Condo

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

RECORD BOOK — INDIVIDUAL ALL-TIME RECORDS — Game-Season-Career POINTS Career: Bobby Franklin -- 2,020 (1973-77) Season: Damon Wade -- 769 (1996-97) Game: (Tie) Gabe Bubon -- 45 (vs. Shawnee State, 2-11-00) Kris Douse – 45 (vs. Mt. Vernon Naz., 1-21-11)

FIELD GOALS MADE Career: Bobby Franklin -- 882 (1973-77) Season: Sonny Lewis -- 273 (1979-80) Game: Bobby Franklin – 20 (vs. PSU-Behrend, 2-2-77)

SCORING AVERAGE (min. 300 pts.) Career: Kenny Walls -- 25.6 (78 g, 1997 pts, 1992-95) Season: Kenny Walls -- 27.4 (24 g, 658 pts, 1993-94)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Career: Bobby Franklin -- 1,951 (1973-77) Season: Bobby Franklin -- 597 (1976-77) Game: Bobby Franklin -- 37 (vs. PSU-Behrend, 2-2-77)

REBOUNDS Career: Melvin Paul -- 1,028 (1976-80) Season: Kenny Walls -- 411 (1994-95) Game: Kenny Walls -- 27 (vs. La Roche, 2-14-94)

FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 200 FGA) Career: Kenny Walls -- .633 (685 for 1,082, 1992-95) Season: Khalid Loda -- .663 (132 for 199, 2000-01) Game: Devon Alexander -- 1.000 (12 for 12, vs. Cumberlands (TN) 11-28-08)

REBOUNDING AVERAGE (min. 200 reb.) Career: DeVaughn Halsel -- 13.4 (48 g, 604 rebs, 1996-98) Season: Kenny Walls -- 15.2 (27 g, 411 rebs, 1994-95)

FREE THROWS MADE Career: Kenny Walls -- 610 (1992-95) Season: T.J. Heatherington 216 (2011-12) Game: T.J. Heatherington – 21 (3 times 11-22-11 vs. Salem Int’l, 1-17-12 vs. Houghton, 2-11-12 vs. Roberts Wes.)

ASSISTS Career: Damon Wade -- 548 (1995-97) Season: Damon Wade -- 300 (1995-96) Game: Damon Wade -- 17 (vs. St. Vincent, 1-15-96) STEALS Career: Bobby Franklin -- 314 (1973-77) Season: Bobby Franklin -- 99 (1974-75) Game: Melvin Paul -- 11 (vs. La Roche, 1-13-78) BLOCKS Career: Kelly Randolph -- 116 (1983-87) Season: Lamont Wright – 49 (1987-88) Game: unavailable GAMES PLAYED Career: Three tied at 112 Melvin Paul (1976-80) – 112 Joe McMillan (1980-84) – 112 Shaun Peters (2000-04) -- 112

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Career: Kenny Walls -- 816 (1992-95) Season: Kenny Walls -- 285 (1993-94) Game: T.J. Heatherington – 24 (11-22-11 vs. Salem Int’l) FREE THROW PCT. (min. 50 FTM) Career: Bobby Maher -- .848 (78 for 92, 1979-81) Season: Wes Correa -- .870 (60 for 69, 1985-86) Game: T.J. Heatherington – 21 for 21 (2-11-12 vs. Roberts Wes.) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Career: Denny DiPasquale -- 279 (2003-07) Season: Dexter Young -- 126 (2000-01) Game: Gabe Bubon -- 11 (vs. Shawnee St., 2-11-00) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Career: Denny DiPasquale -- 796 (2003-07) Season: Dexter Young -- 336 (2000-01) Game: Dexter Young -- 21 (vs. Rio Grande, 2-10-11) 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Career: Brian Tomasic -- .448 (201 for 449, 1990-95) Season: Brian Tomasic --.527 (49 for 93, 1992-93)

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

RECORD BOOK — ANNUAL LEADERS — Points-Rebounds-Assists

POINTS YEAR 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

PLAYER Jim Metz Bill Long Ed Josefoski Gary Flakes Bob Rager BobRager Jim Ney Jim Ney Bobby Franklin Bobby Franklin Kevin Paul Terry Peavy Sonny Lewis Jim Strickland Jim Strickland Joe McMillan Joe McMillan Randy Smith Rick Condo Gary Parker Shawn Ellis Bob Gromley Derek Parker Derek Parker Scott Stephen Kenny Walls Kenny Walls Kenny Walls Damon Wade Damon Wade DeVaughn Halsel Jorge Llanos Gabe Bubon Dexter Young Dimitar Simovski William Chaney Marek Kosovic Gavin Prosser Chivas Whipple Chivas Whipple Chivas Whipple Anton Batyatin T.J. Heatherington Kris Douse T.J. Heatherington

REBOUNDS PTS 280 383 355 299 265 337 412 552 631 621 483 527 624 366 399 589 587 414 441 416 556 397 306 539 485 643 658 646 682 769 378 333 505 716 602 462 414 663 600 629 507 409 366 542 613

AVG 15.6 16.7 16.7 12.4 10.6 14.0 17.2 21.2 24.4 23.8 17.8 17.6 22.3 14.1 16.6 19.0 18.9 15.3 13.4 16.0 21.4 15.3 16.1 20.0 16.7 23.8 27.4 25.8 24.4 26.5 22.2 15.9 21.0 23.1 20.8 20.1 15.3 22.1 24.0 20.3 18.1 15.7 15.9 20.1 24.5

YEAR 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

PLAYER Ed Josefoski Bill Long Ed Josefoski Ed Josefoski Al Harris Don Jones Ali Morris Dan Kelly Dale Smith Linfoster Lindsey Kevin Paul Melvin Paul Melvin Paul Jim Strickland Jim Strickland Perry Dickens Fred Myrick Rick Condo Rick Condo Kelly Randolph Davis Palmer Dermita Edwards Dermita Edwards Randy Smith Chester Thrower Kenny Walls Kenny Walls Kenny Walls Sam McGill DeVaughn Halsel DeVaughn Halsel Jorge Llanos Reyhan Carroll Khalid Loda Khalid Loda William Chaney Marek Kosovic Briand Kennedy Chivas Whipple Chivas Whipple Brad Fusco Tony Townsend Gerald Warrick Kris Douse Dante Anglin

ASSISTS (since 1987-88) REB 222 268 330 200 140 214 331 306 214 296 311 314 271 260 190 259 328 265 296 232 214 237 193 214 219 272 342 411 187 392 212 257 209 309 277 160 177 224 278 266 191 246 165 339 241

AVG

7.4 7.4 6.9 7.6 7.6 10.1 14.3 15.2 7.2 14.0 12.5 12.2 8.9 9.6 9.6 7.0 6.6 7.7 11.1 8.6 6.8 9.5 11.0 12.6 9.6

YEAR 1987-88 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

PLAYER Jeff Phillips Rob Smith Randy Smith Brian Guerrieri Roger Mahaffey Brian Tomasic Brian Tomasic Damon Wade Damon Wade Greg Koprivnikar John Koenemund Shaun Peters Shaun Peters Dimitar Simovski Shaun Peters Shaun Peters Gavin Prosser Gavin Prosser Gavin Prosser D’Veron Harris Gary Houston T.J. Heatherington Joel Cashatt T.J. Heatherington

AST 89 153 77 108 85 144 226 300 248 102 74 90 120 211 117 144 156 111 206 136 82 135 124 155

2012-13 POINT PARK MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON PROSPECTUS — 5 NAIA Tournaments — ‘78-79, ‘82-83, ‘96-97, ‘00-01, ‘06-07

RECORD BOOK — RECORD vs. ALL OPPONENTS (all games thru 2011-12 season) OPPONENT Alderson-Broaddus Allen Allegheny Alliance Alma Alvernia Aquinas Arcadia Ashland Ashland-Christian Baldwin-Wallace Bloomfield Briarcliff Brock (Ontario) Brockport State Buffalo State California (Pa.) Calvin Campbell Capital Carnegie Mellon Case Western Reserve Cedarville Central State (Ohio) Claflin Clarion College of West Virginia Columbia Union Concordia (Mich.) Coppin State Cornerstone Cumberland (Ky.) Daemen District of Columbia Drury Dyke D’Youville (N.Y.) Eastern Eastern Nazarene Edinboro Elmira Evangel (Mo.) Fairmont State Findlay Fisher Franciscan Franklin Fredonia State Frostburg State Gannon Gardner-Webb Geneva George Mason Georgia Southwestern Glenville State Grace Guelph (Ontario) Guilford Hawaii Pacific

W 5 0 1 8 1 1 1 1 4 0 3 1 1 0 1 3 5 1 1 1 3 1 7 4 1 10 1 1 1 2 1 0 23 1 1 14 1 0 2 10 2 1 10 2 5 6 4 1 11 0 1 30 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

L 5 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 9 1 2 0 0 2 1 2 12 0 0 1 2 0 11 3 0 20 3 0 0 0 0 1 26 0 0 3 0 1 0 16 0 0 29 5 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 33 0 0 2 1 1 1 0

Henderson High Point Houghton Indiana (Pa.) John F. Kennedy Kentucky State Kenyon King’s Lake Erie Lake Superior State La Roche Lincoln Lipscomb Lock Haven Lourdes Lycoming Malone Mansfield Marietta Marist Marygrove Maine-Fort Kent Medgar Evars Mercyhurst Miami (OH)-Hamilton Michigan Dearborn Mohlenberg Mount Aloysius Mount Vernon Nazarene Mountain State Muskingum Myers Nazareth New York Tech Northern Kentucky Northwood Northwestern Ohio Notre Dame (Ohio) Ohio-Belmont Ohio-Dominican Ohio State-Mansfield Ohio Valley Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma Baptist Olivet Oregon Tech Penn State-Altoona Penn State-Beaver Penn State-Behrend Penn State-Dubois Penn State-Fayette Penn St.-Greater Alleg. Penn State-Harrisburg Pitt-Bradford Pitt-Greensburg Pitt-Johnstown Pottsdam State Presentation Quincy Redeemer (Ontario)

0 0 39 3 1 1 2 1 4 0 22 2 1 3 0 1 13 0 0 1 0 2 1 12 1 2 1 3 8 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 12 1 4 1 6 2 0 0 0 1 5 14 1 16 2 1 21 1 16 0 1 0 1

1 1 4 23 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 14 3 2 0 1 0 0 12 0 0 0 1 5 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 7 0 4 0 4 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 12 1 15 1 0 1 0

Rio Grande (Ohio) Robert Morris (Pa.) Roberts Wesleyan Rochester (Mich.) Salem-International Scranton Seton Hill Shaw Shawnee State Shepherd Siena Heights Slippery Rock Spalding (Ky.) Southern Connecticut St. Francis (Ill.) St. Francis (Pa.) St. Joseph’s (Ind.) St. Leo St. Mary’s St. Vincent Steubenville SUNY Canton Tampa Temple Texas Wesleyan Tiffin Toronto (Ontario) Towson State Trevecca Nazarene Urbana Virginia-Union Virginia-Wise Wabash Walsh Washington & Jefferson Waterloo (Ontario) Wayland Baptist Wayne State Waynesburg West Liberty West Virginia State West Virginia Tech West Virginia Wesleyan Western New England Westminster Wheeling Jesuit Wilberforce Wilfrid Laurier (Ontario) Wikes Wilmington Winston-Salem Wittenburg Wooster Wright State York Youngstown State

6 1 15 0 3 1 5 3 3 0 2 7 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 32 16 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 15 2 0 0 1 15 15 2 6 2 1 17 7 16 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 3 0

13 0 14 1 8 0 5 1 5 1 7 5 1 1 0 3 2 0 0 36 4 0 1 2 1 3 1 3 1 2 1 0 0 24 0 1 1 0 22 19 0 1 7 0 34 4 7 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1


2012-13 Point Park University Men's Basketball Season Prospectus