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LAKELAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

2013-14 MEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

ABOUT LAKELAND ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND HOOPS COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012-13 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT… Welcome to Lakeland Community College, the first college in Ohio founded by a vote of the people. As a college, we take great pride in providing students with the education and training needed to earn a degree, start a career, upgrade job skills or complete the first two years of college education. In addition, it is essential for the college to provide students with opportunities to enhance their college experiences through participation in athletics or on-campus student organizations. When it comes to athletics, Lakeland has an outstanding history of its teams and players performing at the highest level. Our coaches are top-notch and our student-athletes always strive for excellence on the field, on the court, and especially in the classroom. Whether you are a participant or a spectator, thank you for supporting Lakeland’s intercollegiate athletic programs. Sit back and enjoy another exciting, fast-paced season! Morris W. Beverage Jr., E.D.M. President

SCOTT BARLOW | Director for Athletics “Academic success for every student-athlete is the ultimate goal of the athletic department at Lakeland Community College,” says athletic director Scott Barlow. “We believe that success in athletics can support success in the classroom and, ultimately, a successful life.” “At Lakeland, our athletic programs are designed to enhance an athlete’s academic experience by helping our students develop the critical life skills of time management, self-discipline, the ability to work within a team environment, and recognition of the need for personal improvement.” Barlow was named Lakeland’s athletic director during the summer of 2000. He brought with him an extensive educational and practical background in teaching, coaching, and administration. Barlow currently serves as the commissioner of the OCCAC and is the NJCAA Region XII women’s division director. He is also regional representative for the NJCAA Division II volleyball and women’s basketball poll and a member of several NJCAA standing committees including softball, swimming, and diving. He is the national chair of the NJCAA’s Division II women’s basketball committee. Barlow was named OCCAC Athletic Director of the Year in 2002 and was selected as Co-Athletic Director of the Year in 2005. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from the State University of New York College at Cortland, where he was a four year varsity baseball player. He has two master’s degrees; one in physical education and health from Radford University and another in administrative supervision from the State University of New York – Plattsburgh. A native of upstate New York, Barlow currently resides in Painesville Township with his wife, Jennifer, and three school age children who are active in a variety of sports.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABOUT LAKELAND Message from the President ................................................................ 2 Message from the Athletic Director ...................................................... 2 Table of Contents ................................................................................. 3 Quick Facts .......................................................................................... 3 LAKELAND HOOPS 2013-14 Numerical Roster ................................................................... 4 Miscellaneous Roster Information ....................................................... 4 2013-14 Schedule & Opponents ......................................................... 5 Preseason Scrimmages ...................................................................... 5 Postseason Dates ............................................................................... 5

QUICK FACTS

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND HOOPS

Location: ..................................................................................... Kirtland, Ohio Enrollment: ...............................................................................................5,582 Founded: ...................................................................................................1967 President: ..................................................................... Dr. Morris Beverage Jr. Director of Athletics: ....................................................................Scott Barlow Assistant Director of Athletics: ...............................................Patrick Gordon Senior Secretary for Athletics: ................................................. Jeanne Sudyk Conference: .............. Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) Region: ..........................................................................................................12 Affiliation: ......................National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Nickname: .............................................................................................. Lakers Colors: .......................................................................................... Blue & Silver

COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012-13 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

Head Coach: ....................................................................................Terry Bowe COACHING STAFF Head Coach Terry Bowe ...................................................................... 6 Overall Record: .............................................................. 190-113 (10 seasons) Assistant Coaches ............................................................................... 7 Assistant Coach: ..................................................... Chris Ulrich (15th season) Assistant Coach: ........................................... Ornette Gardenhire (6th season) 2012-13 Overall Record: ............................................................................24-6 STUDENT-ATHLETES Returnees ............................................................................................ 8 2012-13 OCCAC Record: ...........................................................................11-1 Newcomers .....................................................................................9-10 2012-13 OCCAC Finish: ............................................................................ 1st/7 2012-13 IN REVIEW Team Statistics .................................................................................. 12 Individual and Team Superlatives ...................................................... 12 2012-13 Summary ............................................................................. 13 HISTORY & RECORDS All-Americans .................................................................................... 14 Where Are They Now? ...................................................................... 14 Year-by-Year Results ......................................................................... 14 Single Game Records ....................................................................... 15 Single Season Records ..................................................................... 15 Career Records ................................................................................. 15

Inaugural Season: ...............................................................................1968-69 All-Time Record: ..................................................................................850-467 NJCAA Tournament Appearances: ..................................... Two (2011, 2012) Conference Championships: .................................. Three (1985, 1995, 2013) District Championships: ...................................................... Two (2011, 2012) Best National Finish: ........................................................ Fourth Place (2012)

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LAKELAND BASKETBALL AT A GLANCE NUMERICAL ROSTER

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND HOOPS COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012-13 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

NO. 0 1 2 3 5 11 12 13 15 21 23 25 31 33 34

NAME Stephen McNair Malik Billingsley Ahmid Williams Marcus Fleming Teddy Wilson Derrick Hall Jr. Gary Little Frank Barber III Louis Cheers Michael Solivan Muhammed Alli Kenneth Evans Michael Davidson Mario Formichelli III Rasheed Howard

YR. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr.

POS. G G G G F F G F F F F F G F F

HT. 5-11 5-11 5-8 5-10 6-6 6-7 6-2 6-5 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-8 6-5

WT. 175 190 150 180 185 180 170 185 209 200 205 210 170 275 200

HOMETOWN / HIGH SCHOOL Newark, N.J. / Newark East Side Twinsburg, Ohio / Twinsburg Monroe, N.J. / Plainfield Linden, N.J. / Linden Lorain, Ohio / Lorain Berea, Ohio / Berea Cleveland, Ohio / Collinwood Cleveland, Ohio / Richmond Heights Lorain, Ohio / Lorain Painesville, Ohio / Harvey Edison, N.J. / Cardinal McCarrick Cleveland, Ohio / Collinwood Newark, N.J. / Bloomfield Chesterland, Ohio / West Geauga Elizabeth, N.J. / John F. Kennedy Memorial

Head Coach: Terry Bowe (11th season, 190-113 overall record) Assistant Coach: Ornette Gardenhire (6th season) Assistant Coach: Chris Ulrich (15th season)

MISCELLANEOUS ROSTER INFORMATION STARTERS RETURNING (1): Sophomore guard Marcus Fleming; Sophomores Gary Little and Michael Solivan started three and two games, respectively, as freshmen. STARTERS LOST (4): Guards Charles Oliver and Deran Banton; Forwards Richard Smith and Chaz Rollins. RETURNEES (4): Redshirt freshman Malik Billingsley and sophmores Marcus Fleming, Gary Little, and Michael Solivan. NEWCOMERS (11): Muhammed Alli, Frank Barber III, Louis Cheers, Michael Davidson, Kenneth Evans, Mario Formichelli III, Derrick Hall Jr., Rasheed Howard, Stephen McNair, Ahmid Williams, Teddy Wilson. BY STATE: Ohio (9) - Frank Barber III, Malik Billingsley, Louis Cheers, Kenneth Evans, Mario Formichelli III, Derrick Hall Jr., Gary Little, Michael Solivan, Teddy Wilson; New Jersey (6) - Muhammed Alli, Michael Davidson, Marcus Fleming, Rasheed Howard, Stephen McNair, Ahmid Williams.

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SCHEDULE & OPPONENTS P R ES EA SO N

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JUCO MEGA SCRIMMAGE

LAKE ERIE

JOHN CARROLL

Oct. 19 • 1000 a.m.

Oct. 22 • 700 p.m.

Oct. 30 • 700 p.m.

LOURDES UNIVERSITY JV

LORAIN COUNTY

GENESEE

Nov. 3 • 200 p.m.

Nov. 6 • 200 p.m. & Jan. 17 • 700 p.m.

Nov. 12 • 730 p.m. & Nov. 26 • 730 p.m.

BUTLER COUNTY Nov. 15 • 800 p.m.

LOCATION ........................................... Sylvania, Ohio NICKNAME ........................................... Grey Wolves REGION ............................................................... N/A HEAD COACH......................................... Andre Smith 2012-13 RECORD ...................................... 8-3 overall

LOCATION ............................................... Elyria, Ohio NICKNAME .......................................... Commodores REGION ................................................................. 12 HEAD COACH.................................. Marty Eggleston 2012-13 RECORD ................................................ N/A

LOCATION .............................................. Batavia, N.Y. NICKNAME ................................................... Cougars REGION ................................................................... 3 HEAD COACH........................................ Terry George 2012-13 RECORD .................................. 15-16 overall

LOCATION ................................................. Butler, Pa. NICKNAME .................................................. Pioneers REGION ................................................................. 20 HEAD COACH........................................ Dick Hartung 2012-13 RECORD .................................... 2-16 overall

MERCYHURST NORTH EAST

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

NIAGARA COUNTY

JAMESTOWN

Nov. 19 • 530 p.m. & Dec. 7 • 300 p.m.

Nov. 23 • 200 p.m.

Dec. 3 • 730 p.m. & Jan. 7 • 730 p.m.

Dec. 17• 730 p.m.

LOCATION .......................................... North East, Pa. NICKNAME ...................................................... Saints REGION ................................................................... 3 HEAD COACH........................................ David Gahan 2012-13 RECORD .................................. 15-15 overall

LOCATION ........................................ Youngwood, Pa. NICKNAME ................................................ Wolfpack REGION ................................................................. 20 HEAD COACH................................ Andrew Colosimo 2012-13 RECORD .................................... 8-17 overall

LOCATION ............................................ Sanborn, N.Y. NICKNAME ....................................... Thunderwolves REGION ................................................................... 3 HEAD COACH............................................ Bill Beilein 2012-13 RECORD .................................... 21-9 overall

LOCATION ........................................ Jamestown, N.Y. NICKNAME ................................................ Jayhawks REGION ................................................................... 3 HEAD COACH.................................. Mike Cordovano 2012-13 RECORD .................................. 13-17 overall

ST. CLAIR COUNTY

ERIE

SINCLAIR*

COLUMBUS STATE*

Dec. 19 • 800 p.m.

Jan. 6 • 800 p.m.

Jan. 11 • 300 p.m. & Jan. 25 • 400 p.m.

Jan. 15 • 730 p.m. & Feb. 5 • 730 p.m.

LOCATION ..................................... Port Huron, Mich. NICKNAME .................................................. Skippers REGION ................................................................. 12 HEAD COACH............................................... Dale Vos 2012-13 RECORD ............. 16-14 overall, 7-8 MCCAA

LOCATION ............................................... Buffalo, N.Y. NICKNAME ......................................................... Kats REGION ................................................................... 3 HEAD COACH.......................................... Alex Nwora 2012-13 RECORD .................................... 22-6 overall

LOCATION ............................................ Dayton, Ohio NICKNAME ............................................ Tartan Pride REGION ................................................................. 12 HEAD COACH.............................................. Jeff Price 2012-13 RECORD ............ 16-14 overall, 2-10 OCCAC

LOCATION ........................................ Columbus, Ohio NICKNAME ................................................... Cougars REGION ................................................................. 12 HEAD COACH.................................. DeAndre Walker 2012-13 RECORD .............. 16-13 overall, 4-8 OCCAC

CUYAHOGA*

EDISON*

CINCINNATI STATE*

Jan. 29 • 730 p.m. & Feb. 19 • 730 p.m.

Feb. 1 • 300 p.m. & Feb. 22 • 300 p.m.

Feb. 16 • 300 p.m. & March 1 • 300 p.m.

LOCATION ...................................... Perrysburg, Ohio NICKNAME ................................................... Express REGION ................................................................. 12 HEAD COACH......................................... David Clarke 2012-13 RECORD ............ 26-10 overall, 10-2 OCCAC

LOCATION ........................................ Cleveland, Ohio NICKNAME ............................................. Challengers REGION ................................................................. 12 HEAD COACH........................................ Randy White 2012-13 RECORD .............. 13-16 overall, 5-7 OCCAC

LOCATION ............................................... Piqua, Ohio NICKNAME ................................................. Chargers REGION ................................................................. 12 HEAD COACH........................................... John Ralph 2012-13 RECORD .............. 9-16 overall, 3-10 OCCAC

LOCATION ........................................ Cincinnati, Ohio NICKNAME ...................................................... Surge REGION ................................................................. 12 HEAD COACH........................................... Andre Tate 2012-13 RECORD ................ 21-9 overall, 8-5 OCCAC

DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

March 4 -9

March 18 - 22

POS T SEAS ON

OWENS* Jan. 22 • 730 p.m. & Feb. 12 • 730 p.m.

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COACHING STAFF

TERRY BOWE | Head Coach

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND HOOPS COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES

Terry Bowe enters his 14th season associated with the Lakeland men’s basketball program and 11th as the head coach. The most decorated coach in the history of Lakeland basketball, Bowe has transformed the program into national contenders and a consistent force in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) over the past decade, helping Lakeland achieve unprecedented success on the court. Since his arrival, the Lakers have won the program’s first two District Championships in 2011 and 2012 as well as an OCCAC championship in 2013.

LAKELAND BASKETBALL UNDER TERRY BOWE • 2013 - Charles Oliver named NJCAA First Team All-American • 2013 - OCCAC Champions • 2013 - OCCAC Coach of the Year • 2012 - Brendan Cooper named NJCAA First Team All-American • 2012 - Lakeland finishes 4th in the nation, best result in program history • 2012 - NJCAA Division II Final Four • 2012 - Region XII, District 10 Champions • 2012 - Region XII, District 10 Coach of the Year • 2011 - Ray Chambers named NJCAA First Team All-American • 2011 - Lakeland makes first National Tournament appearance • 2011 - Region XII, District 10 Coach of the Year • 2011 - Region XII, District 10 Champions • 2010 - OCCAC Coach of the Year • 2009 - Bowe wins 100th career game Individual and team successes have come hand-in-hand • 2007 - OCCAC Coach of the Year under Bowe, as Lakeland is the only school in the nation (NJCAA Division II) to have a First Team All-American in each of the past three seasons.

2012-13 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

Bowe’s tenure with the Lakers began in 1999 as an assistant under Willis Brown. The Cleveland native took the reins as head coach in 2004 and led the Lakers to a 29-32 record through his first two years. The Lakers would go 38-10 from 2005-07 but remained at or near the .500 mark for the next two seasons. The 2009-10 season saw the Lakers make the jump by posting a 19-12 record and finishing second in the OCCAC. Bowe was named OCCAC Coach of the Year following the season. The 2010-11 season was a historical one, as Bowe and the Lakers went 24-12 en route to the first District Championship in program history. Lakeland advanced to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament where it finished eighth in the country. Lakeland’s upward trend continued a year later when it repeated as District Champions. The Lakers won their first two games in the National Tournament, advancing to the Final Four before falling to eventual national champion Mott in the tournament semifinals. Lakeland finished the year with a 27-9 overall record, good for the most wins since the 1991-92 season. In 2012-13 Bowe and the Lakers captured the programs third OCCAC championship, ending an 18-year draught by going 11-1 against conference opponents. The Lakers won at least 20 games for the third straight season and made their third straight appearance in the District Championship before falling to Owens in the title game. Lakeland finished the season as the fourth highest scoring team in the country, averaging 92.4 points per game, and was second in the nation in blocks after averaging 7.5 per game. Bowe leads the OCCAC in wins among active coaches and currently ranks second in school history with 190 victories. His playing career began at nearby Benedictine High School where he led the Bengals to a pair of regional and district finals. He went on to play four years at NCAA Division III Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio. During his time at Baldwin-Wallace, Bowe and the Yellow Jackets made history by earning their first NCAA Tournament bid in 1994. BW advanced all the way to the “Sweet-16” that season, which still stands as one of the most exciting seasons in program history. Bowe was also a contributor to BW’s 1996 team which won the program’s first OAC Tournament championship. Bowe holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Communications and Human Resources from Baldwin-Wallace. He also earned a master’s degree in Applied Communications and Methodology from Cleveland State University and a master’s degree in Human Resources Management from Capella University. He and his wife, Monica, live in Macedonia with their young daughter Kaia and the blessed memory of their son, TJ.

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COACHING STAFF

ORNETTE GARDENHIRE | Assistant Coach

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND HOOPS COACHING STAFF

The 2012-13 season marks Ornette Gardenhire’s fifth as an assistant coach with the Lakeland men’s basketball program. Since his arrival, the Lakers have increased their win total each season and have won a pair of Region 12, District 11 championships for the first time in school history. In Gardenhire’s third season, Lakeland earned the program’s first district title and NJCAA Division II National Tournament appearance, ultimately finishing eighth. Last year, Gardenhire helped the Lakers repeat as district champions and advance to the Final Four before falling to eventual national champion Mott CC in the national semifinals. No stranger to NJCAA men’s basketball or the national tournament, Gardenhire was an assistant at nearby Cuyahoga Community College in 2003-04 when the Challengers won a national championship. He helped Cuyahoga repeat as district champions one year later and advance to the NJCAA Final Four. Gardenhire assumed head coaching responsibilities for the 2007-08 season, guiding his team to a 21-9 overall record and 12-4 mark in OCCAC competition. The following season he transitioned to Lakeland to work alongside head coach Terry Bowe. Gardenhire was a four year college starter, playing two years at Lackawanna Junior College in Scranton, Pa. before playing his final two seasons at Bloomfield College in Bloomfield, N.J. He and his wife, Debra, have five children.

CHRIS ULRICH | Assistant Coach Chris Ulrich joined the Lakeland coaching staff prior to the start of the 1998-99 campaign. Coach Ulrich is responsible for formulating scouting reports, breaking down game film, coordinating travel arrangements and working with the post players. Ulrich is a 1992 graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College with a Bachelor’s Degree in business administration. He was a four year letter winner for the Yellow Jackets, and served as team captain his senior season. Ulrich was raised in Erie, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Strong Vincent High School. He is currently a Customer Service Manager for Stahls’ Transfer Express. Coach Ulrich resides in Mentor with his wife Dawn. 2013-14 LAKELAND MEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012-13 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

RETURNEES

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MALIK BILLINGSLEY

Freshman • Guard Twinsburg, Ohio • Twinsburg

High School: A first team all-Northeast Ohio Conference (NOC) selection and team captain as a junior and senior at Twinsburg HS … Named team MVP while leading the Tigers in assists ... Helped THS win a conference championship in 2010 … Also competed on the football team ... Personal: Son of Monica and Michael Billingsley ... Major: Criminal Justice

HISTORY/RECORDS

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MARCUS FLEMING

Sophomore • Guard Linden, N.J. • Linden

2012-13: Played and started in all 30 games as a freshman point guard … Helped guide Lakeland to an OCCAC Championship by finishing second on the team in assists (97) and third in steals (49) … Handed out a career-high seven assists at Heidelberg University JV on January 10 … Scored a career-high 19 points against Butler County CC on December 1 … Scored 13 points against Owens CC in the District 11 Championship game on March 9 ... High School: Played football and basketball at Lincoln HS… Named most improved player (football) as a senior… Earned player of the game honors (basketball) at the Trenton Academy Tournament ... Personal: Son of Ida Yarborough ... Major: Entrepreneurship

FLEMING CAREER HIGHS

POINTS.................................................... 19, vs. Butler County (12/1/2012) REBOUNDS.............................................7, at Columbus State (1/16/2013) STEALS....................................................... 4, at Spire Institute (1/18/2013) ASSISTS......................................................7, at Heidelberg JV (1/10/2013) 3FG MADE..................................................1, vs. Butler County (12/1/2012)

AS A FRESHMAN

GP-GS 30-30 TOTAL POINTS (AVG.) 155 (5.5) FG-FGA (PCT.) 66-134 (.493) 3PT-A (PCT.) 1-9 (.111) FT-FTA (PCT.) 22-46 (.478)

REBOUNDS (AVG.) ASSISTS TURNOVERS STEALS BLOCKS

103 (3.7) 97 58 49 9

GARY LITTLE

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Sophomore • Guard Cleveland, Ohio • Collinwood

2011-12: Played in 36 games as a freshman, helping the Lakers to a District Championship and Final Four appearance … Scored a career-high 11 points in his collegiate debut at Lorain County CC on November 1 … Pulled down a career-high seven rebounds against Bismarck State in the opening round of the NJCAA Division II National Tournament ... High School: Won a regional title while leading the team in scoring as a junior at Collingwood HS … Two-time All-Senate League selection (2010, ‘11) … Earned the OHSAA scholarathlete award ... Personal: Son of Debbie and Glen Little ... Major: Sports Management

LITTLE CAREER HIGHS

POINTS..................................................... 12, at Lorain County (11/1/2011) REBOUNDS............................................................8, at Sinclair (1/28/2012) STEALS...................................................... 3, at Columbus State (2/8/2012) ASSISTS......................................................... 4, at Alfred State (2/18/2012) 3FG MADE.............................................3, at Lorain County CC (11/1/2012)

AS A FRESHMAN

GP-GS 36-3 TOTAL POINTS (AVG.) 157 (4.4) FG-FGA (PCT.) 68-161 (.422) 3PT-A (PCT.) 9-35 (.257) FT-FTA (PCT.) 12-19 (.632)

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REBOUNDS (AVG.) ASSISTS TURNOVERS STEALS BLOCKS

63 (1.8) 30 43 16 0

MICHAEL SOLIVAN

Sophomore • Forward Painesville, Ohio • Harvey

2012-13: Played in 21 games including a pair of starts as a freshman forward … Scored in double figures in three games, helping Lakeland to an OCCAC Championship … Posted a career-high 15 points against Oakton CC in the Triton College Tip-off in Chicago … Pulled down a career-high seven rebounds against Sinclair CC on January 26 ... 2011-12: Attended Lourdes University (NAIA) in Sylvania, Ohio ... High School: Earned all-conference and all-Ohio honors at Harvey HS… Led the team in scoring and rebounding en route to team MVP honors… Named to the Honor Roll… Also competed in football and track ... Personal: Son of Lanita Turman and Miguel Solivan ... Major: Business Marketing

SOLIVAN CAREER HIGHS

POINTS............................................................... 15, vs. Oakton (11/3/2012) REBOUNDS............................. 7, (two times), last vs. Sinclair (1/26/2013) STEALS.......................................... 5, vs. Malone University JV (2/11/2013) ASSISTS.................................................2, at Niagara County (11/27/2012) 3FG MADE...................................................2, at Butler County (1/28/2013)

AS A FRESHMAN

GP-GS 21-2 TOTAL POINTS (AVG.) 86 (4.1) FG-FGA (PCT.) 34-73 (.466) 3PT-A (PCT.) 8-21 (.381) FT-FTA (PCT.) 10-17 (.588)

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REBOUNDS (AVG.) ASSISTS TURNOVERS STEALS BLOCKS

50 (2.4) 10 16 15 6

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NEWCOMERS

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STEPHEN McNAIR

Freshman • Guard Newark, N.J. • Newark East Side

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High School: Attended Newark East Side HS in Newark, New Jersey ... Personal: Son of Shanedia McNair ... Major: Pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

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AHMID WILLIAMS

Freshman • Guard Monroe, N.J. • Plainfield

Management.

DERRICK HALL JR.

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND HOOPS

Freshman • Forward Berea, Ohio • Berea

COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012-13 IN REVIEW

High School: Won a pair of district championships (2010, ’11), including the first in school history, at Berea HS … Earned Player of the Week honors as a junior and finished the season as one of the team leaders in scoring and rebounding … Averaged 16 points, eight rebounds, three steals, and three assists per game as a senior ... Personal: Son of Dawn Hass and Derrick Hall Sr. ... Major: Business

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FRANK BARBER III

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LOUIS CHEERS

HISTORY/RECORDS

Freshman • Forward

High School: Averaged 11.5 points, 7.1 Cleveland, Ohio • Richmond Heights asssists, and 3.2 steals as a junior at High School: Named to the Merit Roll Cardinal McCarrick HS … Transferred through all four years at Richmond Heights to Plainfield HS for his senior season HS … Earned four varsity letters as a where he helped the Cardinals win a member of the basketball team, helping state championship … Named to the New the Spartans to three straight Chagrin Jersey Hoops All-Non Starters First Team Valley Conference (CVC) titles and a pair at season’s end … Played one season as of District Championships in his final three a post-graduate at St. Benedict’s Prep … seasons … Garnered Honorable Mention Named to the all-tournament team at the All-Ohio accolades from the Associated Gym Rat Challenege and at the Hoop Group Fall Jam Fest on the Press … Named Second Team All-Division AAU Circuit ... Personal: Son of Dana and Stanton Williams ... IV by the News-Herald … Also selected Second Team All-CVC ... Major: Pursuing an Associate of Arts degree. Personal: Son of Ayesha and Frank Barber ... Major: Pursuing an Associate of Arts degree.

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TEDDY WILSON

Freshman • Forward Lorain, Ohio • Lorain

Personal: Son of Ted and Ruthie Wilson ... Major: Personal Training

Freshman • Forward Lorain, Ohio • Lorain

High School: Named to the Honor Roll (2011-12) and Merit Roll (2012-13) in his final two years at Lorain HS … Earned First Team All-County, First Team All-Lake Erie League, and Third Team All-District as a member of the Titans’ basketball team … Posted the school record for points in a game with 28 … Earned player of the week honors from the Chronicle-Telegram three times ... Personal: Son of Linda Cheers ... Major: Criminal Justice

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2012-13 IN REVIEW

MUHAMMED ALLI

Freshman • Forward Edison, N.J. • Cardinal McCarrick

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Freshman • Center Chesterland, Ohio • West Geauga

High School: Named to the Merit Roll in his final three years at West Geauga HS … Selected as the team’s Most Improved Player as a junior … Also played one year of baseball ... Personal: Son of Anne Formichelli-Wargelin ... Major: Computer Science

HISTORY/RECORDS

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KENNETH EVANS

Freshman • Forward Cleveland, Ohio • Collinwood

Personal: Son of Crystal Evans ... Major: Business Management

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RASHEED HOWARD

Freshman • Forward Elizabeth, N.J. • John F. Kennedy Memorial High School: Two-sport student-athlete at John F. Kennedy Memorial HS … Named team MVP in basketball and Most Improved Player in football ... Personal: Cousin, Daishon Robinson, was a two-year starter for the Lakeland men’s basketball team from 2011-13 … Son of Rasheed Howard ... Major: Criminal Justice

MICHAEL DAVIDSON

Sophomore • Guard Newark, N.J. • Bloomfield

2011-12: Played in ten games at Raritan Valley Community College in North Branch, New Jersey … Helped the Golden Lions to a 21-10 overall record ... High School: Named All-Area and All-County at Bloomfield HS ... Personal: Son of Joyce and Michael Davidson ... Major: Undecided

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2012-13 IN REVIEW The 2012-13 season was one of the most successful in the 43-year history of the Lakeland Community College men’s basketball program. The Lakers ended an 18 year drought by claiming the outright Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) championship, made their The Lakers third consecutive appearance in the District Tournament championship game, captured the and eclipsed the 20-win mark for the third straight year.

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2013 OCCAC Individual accolades would soon follow, as five Lakers earned All-OCCAC honors Championship, including Player of the Year Charles Oliver and Coach of the Year Terry Bowe. made their third Oliver’s lengthy list of honors would go on to include the Pin Ryan Award as the straight District Region XII Player of the Year and a pair of First Team All-American selections Tournament from the NJCAA and the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). final, and Lakeland is the only NJCAA Division II program to post three consecutive First eclipsed the 20Team All-Americans over the past three seasons. win mark for the Sophomore guard Deran Banton was named Lakeland’s Male Athlete of the third consecutive Year while also earning a spot on the OCCAC All-Academic Team alongside season. classmate Marius Paulauskas. The program’s continued efforts to matriculate and advance student-athletes to the next level was in full effect after the season as six members of the 2012-13 squad earned scholarships to play at various four-year colleges and universities. The Lakers ended the season ranked second in the nation in blocks (8.9 blocks per game), fourth in scoring (92.4 ppg), sixth in steals (13.3 spg), and tenth in assists (18.4 apg) en route to a 24-6 overall record.

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2012-13 IN REVIEW TEAM STATISTICS

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012-13 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

OPPONENT

DATE

SCORE

W/L

POINTS

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

STEALS

BLOCKS

Danville Area CC

Nov-2

70-78

L

20-Oliver

14-Rollins

3-Smith

4-Byrd

3-Smith

Oakton CC

Nov-3

103-80

W

21-Robinson

15-Rollins

3-Smith

6-Robinson

2-Smith

Morton College

Nov-4

92-77

W

27-Rollins

14-Rollins

1-Byrd

2-Banton

2-Jefferies

LOURDES UNIV. JV

Nov-12

76-55

W

17-Oliver

11-Smith

3-Smith

4-Banton

2-Smith

MERCYHURST NE^

Nov-16

111-81

W

24-Oliver

11-Rollins

5-Fleming

6-Medley

3-Rollins

MONROE CC^

Nov-17

91-94

L

24-Oliver

13-Rollins

4-Oliver

2-Robinson

2-Rollins

Niagara County CC

Nov-27

89-94 (OT)

L

24-Banton

9-Banton

4-Boddie

4-Banton

1-Oliver

BUTLER COUNTY CC

Dec-1

132-51

W

29-Robinson

12-Boddie

8-Medley

5-Medley

1-Medley

St. Clair County CC

Dec-7

89-82

W

19-Robinson

11-Smith

3-Medley

3-Fleming

10-Smith

Henry Ford CC

Dec-8

83-63

W

22-Rollins

13-Rollins

4-Fleming

3-Banton

15-Smith

NIAGARA COUNTY CC

Dec-15

77-79

L

14-Robinson

9-Smith

6-Banton

4-Oliver

4-Smith

SPIRE INSTITUTE

Jan-8

94-69

W

23-Oliver

9-Smith

7-Medley

6-Banton

4-Smith

Heidelberg Univ. JV

Jan-10

109-74

W

21-Oliver

9-Jefferies

7-Fleming

3-Medley

2-Fleming

CINCINNATI STATE T&CC*

Jan-12

80-79

W

22-Oliver

12-Smith

8-Medley

2-Fleming

5-Smith

Columbus State CC*

Jan-16

82-78

W

21-Medley

9-Smith

4-Fleming

2-Boddie

5-Smith

Spire Institute

Jan-18

87-79

W

22-Oliver

13-Rollins

5-Fleming

4-Banton

6-Smith

Owens CC*

Jan-23

97-94

W

25-Oliver

8-Rollins

5-Oliver

2-Fleming

2-Smith

SINCLAIR CC*

Jan-26

112-76

W

29-Banton

8-Banton

5-Medley

2-Smith

5-Smith

Butler County CC

Jan-28

112-57

W

20-Banton

11-Smith

5-Medley

4-Banton

6-Smith

Cuyahoga CC*

Jan-30

96-76

W

23-Oliver

10-Rollins

8-Medley

4-Banton

6-Smith

EDISON CC*

Feb-2

92-73

W

19-Oliver

7-Rollins

6-Medley

3-Robinson

5-Smith

COLUMBUS STATE CC*

Feb-6

79-72

W

17-Oliver

10-Smith

5-Medley

2-Robinson

5-Smith

Cincinnati State T&CC*

Feb-9

107-97

W

29-Banton

13-Rollins

6-Fleming

3-Banton

3-Rollins

MALONE UNIV. JV

Feb-11

93-84

W

27-Robinson

14-Rollins

4-Robinson

5-Turman

1-Turman

OWENS CC*

Feb-13

69-71

L

16-Smith

12-Smith

4-Medley

6-Medley

9-Smith

CUYAHOGA CC*

Feb-20

106-80

W

24-Oliver

11-Smith

9-Medley

3-Smith

9-Smith

Edison CC*

Feb-23

100-79

W

25-Medley

10-Rollins

5-Medley

3-Smith

3-Smith

Sinclair CC*

Mar-2

97-94

W

36-Oliver

10-Banton

4-Robinson

3-Fleming

6-Smith

Cuyahoga CC#

Mar-8

66-64

W

22-Oliver

9-Smith

2-Oliver

2-Fleming

9-Smith

Owens CC

Mar-9

84-99

L

27-Oliver

9-Smith

5-Medley

2-Banton

1-Smith

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FINAL RECORD: 24-6 (11-1 OCCAC) * Denotes OCCAC game

#

District 11 Tournament

Neutral Site

INDIVIDUAL & TEAM SUPERLATIVES INDIVIDUAL TEAM POINTS 36 by Charles Oliver vs. Sinclair CC* (3/2/12) 132 vs. Butler County CC (12/1/12) FIELD GOALS MADE 11 by Martell Medley vs. Edison CC* (2/23/13) 52 vs. Butler County CC (12/1/12) 11 by Daishon Robinson vs. Butler County CC (12/1/12) FIELD GOAL PCT. .900 by Deran Banton at Owens CC* (1/23/13) .638 at Butler County CC (1/28/13) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 5 by Charles Oliver at Cuyahoga CC* (1/30/13) 12 at Butler County CC (1/28/13) 5 by Charles Oliver vs. Mercyhurst NE (11/16/12) 5 by Charles Oliver vs. Oakton CC (11/3/12) 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. 1.000 (4-4) by Martell Medley at Cincinnati State T&CC* (2/9/13) .833 (5-6) at Spire Institute (1/18/13) FREE THROWS MADE 16 by Charles Oliver at Sinclair CC* (3/2/13) 36 vs. Monroe CC (11/17/12) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 19 by Charles Oliver at Sinclair CC* (3/2/13) 50 vs. Monroe CC (11/17/12) FREE THROW PCT. 1.000 (14-14) by Charles Oliver vs. Cuyahoga CC (3/8/13) 1.000 (18-18) at Spire Institute (1/18/13) REBOUNDS 15 by Chaz Rollins vs. Oakton CC (11/3/12) 65 at Spire Institute (1/18/13) ASSISTS 9 by Martell Medley vs. Cuyahoga CC* (2/20/13) 28 vs. Cuyahoga CC* (2/20/13) BLOCKS 15 by Richard Smith at Henry Ford CC (12/8/12) 17 at Henry Ford CC (12/8/12) STEALS 6 by Martell Medley vs. Owens CC* (2/13/13) 23 at Spire Institute (1/18/13) 6 by Deran Banton vs. Spire Institute (1/8/13)

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2012-13 IN REVIEW OCCAC STANDINGS

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER COACHING STAFF

CONFERENCE OVERALL GP Record Win % PF PA GP Record Win % Lakeland 12 11-1 0.917 1117 969 30 24-6 0.800 Owens 12 10-2 0.833 1025 893 36 26-10 0.722 Cincinnati State 13 8-5 0.615 1059 936 30 21-9 0.700 Cuyahoga 12 5-7 0.417 889 911 29 13-16 0.448 Columbus State 12 4-8 0.333 844 884 29 16-13 0.552 Edison 13 3-10 0.231 928 1127 25 9-16 0.360 Sinclair 12 2-10 0.167 965 1107 30 16-14 0.533

STUDENT-ATHLETES

PF 2775 2973 2672 2174 2307 1923 2443

PA 2329 2606 2102 2188 1929 2046 2419

POSTSEASON AWARDS

ALL-OCCAC

NJCAA ALL-REGION 12

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Charles Oliver- Lakeland

PLAYER OF THE YEAR (PIN RYAN AWARD) Charles Oliver- Lakeland

COACH OF THE YEAR Terry Bowe- Lakeland

Fred Mattison, Mott James Kelly, Owens William Powell, Glen Oaks Mikquell Jackson, Wayne County Tyrin Wade, Lansing Mohamed Conde, Columbus State Jojuan Graham, Delta Aaron Hayes, Oakland Thomas Jackson, Cincinnati State Johnnie Mills, St. Clair County Daequan Mitchell-Fields, Kalamazoo Valley Alex Mustert, Grand Rapids Josh Reagan, Cuyahoga Larry Taylor, Jackson

FIRST TEAM James Kelly, Owens Joshua Reagan, Cuyahoga Mohamed Conde, Columbus State Thomas Jackson, Cincinnati State Winston Grays, Cincinnati State SECOND TEAM Richard Smith, Lakeland Joe Retic II, Owens Martell Medley, Lakeland Deran Banton, Lakeland Gavin Schumann, Sinclair HONORABLE MENTION Charlie Byers, Sinclair Brandon Ervin, Edison Tony Boykins, Owens Kendrick Williams, Columbus State Devonte Smith, Cincinnati State Eric Beckstedt, Edison Keevin Tyus, Columbus State Chris Cromity, Cuyahoga Franklin Lyndsey, Owens Drew Moore, Sinclair

NABC COACHES NJCAA DIVISION II ALL-AMERICAN Michael Harris, South Suburban David Humphries, North Iowa Charles Oliver, Lakeland William Powell, Glen Oaks Thaddeus Rideau, Brown Mackie Chris Solomon, Phoenix James Spencer, Central Karrington Ward, Moraine Valley Christopher Whitehead, Danville Area Desmond Williams, Rhode Island

NJCAA ALL-AMERICAN Michael Harris, South Suburban David Humphries, North Iowa Area Charles Oliver, Lakeland William Powell, Glen Oaks Thaddeus Rideau, Brown Mackie Chris Solomon, Phoenix James Spencer, Central Karrington Ward, Moraine Valley Christopher Whitehead, Danville Area Desmond Williams, Rhode Island Andre Anthony, Beaver County Vaughn Boler, Genesee Mustafa El-Amin, Mercer County Matthew Johnson, North Arkansas James Kelly, Owens Cortez Macklin, Rend Lake Antonio Robinson, Louisburg Andre Scott, Wentworth Military Academy Delquan Thomas, Southeast Dominique Washington, Kansas City

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Donte Adams, Cecil Malcolm Canada, Ellsworth Randy Clark, Gogebic Devon Elliott, Erie Quinton Jackson, CCBC-Catonsville Erin Jones, MCC-Penn Valley Mahlon Jones, Hesston Deondre Parks, Iowa Lakes Alec Schwab, Illinois Valley Kevin Williams, Louisburg

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2012-13 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

HISTORY & RECORDS ALL-AMERICANS

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LARRY FOOTE KEVIN EDWARDS RODNEY HAMPTON JONATHAN BURGE RAY CHAMBERS RAY CHAMBERS BRENDAN COOPER BRENDAN COOPER CHARLES OLIVER CHARLES OLIVER

1974-75 1985-86 1997-98 2000-01 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12 2012-13 2012-13

Honorable Mention Second Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team

NJCAA NJCAA NJCAA NJCAA NJCAA NABC NJCAA NABC NJCAA NABC

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

BRENDAN COOPER ‘12 Fairmont State University NCAA Division II Fairmont, West Virginia

DERAN BANTON ‘13 Rogers State University NAIA Division I Tulsa, Oklahoma

ISIAH BODDIE ‘13 Lourdes University NAIA Division II Sylvania, Ohio

MARTELL MEDLEY ‘13 Mount Vernon Nazarene University NAIA Division II Mount Vernon, Ohio

CHARLES OLIVER ‘13 Robert Morris University NCAA Division I Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

DAISHON ROBINSON ‘13 Berea College NAIA Division II Berea, Kentucky

CHAZ ROLLINS ‘13 Grand Valley State University NCAA Division II Allendale, Michigan

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

COACH YEAR RECORD Bender 1968-69 3-15 Delaney 1969-70 14-12 Delaney 1970-71 17-9 Delaney 1971-72 22-8 Delaney 1972-73 23-8 Delaney 1973-74 21-9 Delaney 1974-75 27-8 Delaney 1975-76 16-11 Schuster 1977-78 17-11 Schuster 1978-79 20-10 Schster 1979-80 17-11 Schuster 1980-81 18-11 Schuster 1981-82 17-7 Schuster 1982-83 17-15 Schuster 1983-84 24-7 Schuster 1984-85 23-14 Schuster 1985-86 29-4 Schuster 1986-87 26-7 Schuster/Fitch 1987-88 20-12 Fitch 1988-89 16-15 Fitch 1989-90 22-13 Fitch 1990-91 14-15 Fitch 1991-92 28-5 Fitch 1992-93 21-7 Fitch 1993-94 12-16 Dolan 1994-95 26-3 Dolan 1995-96 21-8 Dolan 1996-97 22-10 Dolan 1997-98 23-7 Dolan/Brown 1998-99 21-10 Brown 1999-00 15-15 Brown 2000-01 12-16 Brown 2001-02 19-13 Bowe 2003-04 14-16 Bowe 2004-05 15-16 Bowe 2005-06 15-4 Bowe 2006-07 23-6 Bowe 2007-08 15-14 Bowe 2008-09 14-18 Bowe 2009-10 19-12 Bowe 2010-11 24-12 Bowe 2011-12 27-9 Bowe 2012-13 24-6 TOTAL 850-467 OCCAC CHAMPIONS DISTRICT CHAMPIONS

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HISTORY & RECORDS Points FG Made FG Att. 3FG Made 3FG Att. FT Att. FT Pct. (min. 12 att.) Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks

48 19 19 34 8 8 8 19 23 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 26 19 12 12 15

SINGLE GAME RECORDS

Shawn Hall vs. Owens Tech (1/23/91) John Corso vs. Ohio Valley Tim Bowler vs. Ashland Univ. JV George Bevington vs. KSU Ashtabula Rodney Hampton vs. Cuyahoga CC (2/18/97) Mark Friscone vs. Clark State (2/26/05) Nate Barnes vs. Alfred State (11/9/08) Rodney Hampton vs. Monroe CC (12/16/97) Shawn Hall vs. Cincinnati State (1/25/92) Daishon Robinson vs. Erie CC (11/6/11) Antonn Melton vs. Kalamazoo Valley (12/14/01) Shawn Hill vs. Owens Tech (1/23/91) Nate Barnes vs. Glen Oaks CC (12/6/09) Tony Lyons vs. Owens CC (3/7/97) Larry Forte vs. Allegheny College (1975) Dean Doss vs. Clark State (2/18/95) Kevin Hughley vs. Jamestown CC (1/11/92) Jamaar McLemore vs. Cincinnati State (12/6/92) Richard Smith at Henry Ford (12/8/12)

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Richard Smith (left) holds the Lakeland record for blocks in a game, season, and career.

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Points 864 Scoring avg 29.3 Rebounds 459 Assists 265 Blocks 124 FG Pct. .650 3FG Pct. .460 FT Pct. .910 ^ Led NJCAA Division II

Shawn Hall Shawn Hall^ Dwayne Caldwell Dean Doss Richard Smith Dustin Kinney (Min. 125 Attempts) Brad Winton (Min. 75 Attempts) Nate Barnes^ (Min. 75 Attempts)

Points Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals FT Pct. FG Pct.

Shawn Hall Dwayne Caldwell Dean Doss Richard Smith Shawn Hall Nate Barnes Osborne Gardner Kevin Edwards

1991-92 1990-91 1971-72 1994-95 2012-13 2001-02 2001-02 2008-09 Nate Barnes led the nation in free throw shooting percentage, converting on 91% of his attempts from the line as a sophomore.

CAREER RECORDS 1,655 881 422 205 198 .910 .630 .610

1990-92 1994-96 1994-96 2012-13 1990-92 2008-10 2004-05 1984-86

Kevin Edwards (right) held the career field goal percentage record at Lakeland until 2005. A First Team All-American in 1986, Edwards went on to play at DePaul University (NCAA Div. I) before enjoying an 11-year NBA career with different franchises.

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MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

Day Sun. Tues. Wed. SUN. WED. Tues. FRI. SAT. Tues. Sat. TUES. TUES. SAT. Tues. THURS. Mon. Tues. SAT. Wed. Fri. WED. Sat. WED. Sat. WED. SAT. Wed. Wed. SAT. Sat. Tues. Sat. Sun. Tues.

Date Oct. 13 Oct. 22 Oct. 30 NOV. 3 NOV. 6 Nov. 12 NOV. 15 NOV. 16 Nov. 19 Nov. 23 NOV. 26 DEC. 3 DEC. 7 Dec. 17 DEC. 19 Jan. 6 Jan. 7 JAN. 11 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 JAN. 22 Jan. 25 JAN. 29 Feb. 1 FEB. 5 FEB. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 FEB. 22 March 1 March 4 March 8 March 9 March 18

Opponent Midwest JUCO Jamboree (scrimmage) Lake Erie College (scrimmage) John Carroll University (scrimmage) LOURDES UNIVERSITY LORAIN COUNTY CC Genesee CC BUTLER COUNTY CC (TJ MEMORIAL CLASSIC) TBD (TJ MEMORIAL CLASSIC) Mercyhurst North East Westmoreland County CC GENESEE CC NIAGARA COUNTY CC MERCYHURST NORTH EAST Jamestown CC ST. CLAIR COUNTY CC Erie CC Niagara County CC SINCLAIR CC* Columbus State CC* Lorain County CC OWENS CC* Sinclair CC* CUYAHOGA CC* Edison CC* COLUMBUS STATE CC* CINCINNATI STATE T&CC* Owens CC* Cuyahoga CC* EDISON CC* Cincinnati State T&CC* District 11 Quarterfinals District 11 Semifinals District 11 Final NJCAA Division II National Tournament (thru 3/22)

Location Time Perrysburg, Ohio 10 a.m. Painesville, Ohio 7 p.m. University Heights, Ohio 7 p.m. KIRTLAND, OHIO 2 P.M. KIRTLAND, OHIO 7:30 P.M. Batavia, N.Y. 7:30 p.m. KIRTLAND, OHIO 8 P.M. KIRTLAND, OHIO 12/4 P.M. North East, Pa. 7:30 p.m. Youngwood, Pa. 2 p.m. KIRTLAND, OHIO 7:30 P.M. KIRTLAND, OHIO 7:30 P.M. KIRTLAND, OHIO 3 P.M. Jamestown, N.Y. 7:30 p.m. KIRTLAND, OHIO 8 P.M. Buffalo, N.Y. 8 p.m. Sanborn, N.Y. 7:30 p.m. KIRTLAND, OHIO 3 P.M. Columbus, Ohio 7:30 p.m. Lorain, Ohio 7 p.m. KIRTLAND, OHIO 7:30 P.M. Dayton, Ohio 4 p.m. KIRTLAND, OHIO 7:30 P.M Piqua, Ohio 3 p.m. KIRTLAND, OHIO 7:30 P.M. KIRTLAND, OHIO 3 P.M. Perrysburg, Ohio 7:30 p.m. Highland Heights, Ohio 7 p.m. KIRTLAND, OHIO 3 P.M Cincinnati, Ohio 3 p.m. Campus Sites TBD Columbus, Ohio TBD Columbus, Ohio TBD Danville, Ill.

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