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School Name.................... Lamar University Location............................. Beaumont, Texas Founded................................................ 1923 Enrollment....................................... 14,522 Nickname....................................... Cardinals Colors................................... Red and White Conference.................................. Southland President.................. Dr. Kenneth R. Evans Director of Athletics.... Jason Henderson Associate AD/SWA................... Helene Thill Athletics Phone................... 409.880.2248

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach................................. Pat Knight Record at Lamar (Seasons)..... 26-40 (Two) Career Record (Seasons).......... 76-101 (Six) Alma Mater................................ Indiana, ‘95 Office Phone........................ 409.880.8301 Assistant Coaches.............. Kermit Holmes Scott Wagers Sherron Wilkerson

MEDIA RELATIONS

Asst. A.D./Media Relations..... James Dixon Office Phone.................. 409.880.8329 Cell Phone..................... 936.552.1171 E-mail............... james.dixon@lamar.edu Media Relations Fax............. 409.880.2338 Athletics Website...... LamarCardinals.com

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Quick Facts.................................................. 1 Lamar........................................................... 2 Southeast Texas...................................... 10

2013-14 Cards Roster...................................................... 14 Coaching and Support Staff.................. 16 Athlete Profiles...................................... 22

LU Tradition Conference Championships.................... All-Time Awards....................................... 1,000 Point Club.................................... All-Time Letterwinners........................... Program Records.................................... Year-By-Year Results...............................

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The 2013-14 Lamar Men’s Basketball Information Guide is a production of the Lamar Athletics Media Relations office. It was designed, written and edited by Clay Trainum and James Dixon with editorial assistance provided by Trace Baker and Erik J. Cox. Photography provided by Matthew Billiott and Mike Tobias.

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FRONT ROW (left to right): Marcus Owens, Preston Mattingly, Keilan Bl Nimrod Hilliard and Anthony Holliday BACK ROW: Rhon Mitchell, Amos Wilson, Tyran de Lattibeaudiere, Sebast Green, Donovan Ross and Matt Hancock

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2013 ROSTER No. Name Pos. Class Ht. 1 Keilan Blanks G So. 5-8 2 Anthony Holliday G Jr. 6-1 3 Donnell Minton G So. 6-0 4 Matt Hancock G So. 6-4 5 Tyran de Lattibeaudiere F Jr. 6-4 10 Rhon Mitchell F So. 6-5 11 Nimrod Hilliard G Jr. 6-0 20 Marcus Owens G/F Fr. 6-1 21 Donovan Ross F Jr. 6-5 22 Preston Mattingly G Fr. 6-2 24 Octavius Green F Jr. 6-6 34 Amos Wilson F Sr. 6-5 50 Sebastian Norman F Jr. 6-9

Hometown (Last School) Spring Hill, Tenn. (Spring Hill HS) Los Angeles, Calif. (Cerritos College) Indianapolis, Ind. (Northwest HS) Melbourne, Australia (South College) Kingston, Jamaica (Vincennes University) Inglewood, Calif. (Inglewood HS) Madison, Wis. (Jacksonville College) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Deerfield Beach HS) Ridgeland, Miss. (Southwest Mississippi JC) Evansville, Ind. (Central HS) Gainesville, Fla. (South Georgia Technical College) Allen, Texas (Collin County CC) Uppsala, Sweden (Celsius School)

Head Coach: Pat Knight (Third Season) Assistant Coach: Kermit Holmes (Ninth Season) Assistant Coach: Sherron Wilkerson (Second Season) Assistant Coach: Scott Wagers (First Season)

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PAT KNIGHT HEAD COACH Third Season

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LAMAR CARDS BASKETBALL Pat Knight was named the university’s 10th head coach, since Lamar became a four-year institution, prior to the 2011-12 season. The Pat Knight era got started in thrilling fashion as Knight guided the Cardinals to a six-game win streak to close out the season taking the 2012 Southland Conference tournament title, and advance to the NCAA Championships. It was Lamar’s sixth NCAA Tournament appearance and first since the 1999-2000 season. Knight, who became the third Lamar coach to take the team to the NCAA Tournament in his first season, also led the Cardinals to their first 20-win season since 1987-88. Lamar’s 23 wins tied for the third highest single season total in school history. Thanks to the outstanding season, Lamar had three players recognized as All-Southland Conference. Mike James was a first-team all-conference selection, while Devon Lamb and Anthony Miles were both named to the second-team. Brandon Davis was also honored by the league as he was named to the all-academic first-team. Knight came to Lamar after 10 seasons at Texas Tech, including the final three-plus years as head coach. Named head coach designate at Tech prior to the 2005-06 season, Knight took over for his Hall-of-Fame father Bob Knight toward the end of the 2007-08 season.

In 1998, Knight became a head coach for the first time, guiding the Wisconsin Blast of the International Basketball Association to a 19-15 record. Knight began his college coaching career at his alma mater as an assistant for two seasons from 1998-2000. The Hoosiers were 43-20 during that time and played in the NCAA Tournament both years. In his second season at Indiana, senior guard A.J. Guyton earned AP First-Team All-America honors before becoming a second-round draft choice of the Chicago Bulls. Knight then spent one season as an assistant at Akron before moving to Texas Tech. A four-year letterwinner for the Hoosiers from 1991-95, Knight graduated in 1995 with a degree in sports management. During his playing days, Indiana appeared in the NCAA Tournament every season and advanced to the “Elite Eight” in 1993. Knight and the former Amanda Shaw were married on May 10, 2002.

In three-plus seasons as head coach of the Red Raiders, Knight compiled a 50-61 record. His 2009-10 squad posted a 19-16 overall record and advanced to the quarterfinals of the postseason National Invitation Tournament before falling at Mississippi in double overtime. Knight, who is the 10th person to coach Lamar since the university became a four-year institution in 1951, guided the Red Raiders to an 83-80 win over fifth-ranked Texas in just his eighth game as a head coach, while his first victory on the college level came against No. 18 Kansas State five games earlier. The Red Raiders were a solid 40-20 (.667) at United Spirit Arena under Knight. Knight served for nearly seven years as an assistant at Tech under his father which included four trips to the NCAA Tournament and a run to the Sweet 16 in 2005. Texas Tech enjoyed five 20-win seasons during Knight’s tenure as an assistant. Knight’s professional career began as a scout and administrative assistant with the NBA’s Phoenix Suns after his four-year playing career at Indiana. In 1997, Knight became an assistant coach with the Connecticut Pride of the Continental Basketball Association.

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KERMIT HOLMES ASSISTANT COACH Ninth Season Kermit Holmes is entering his ninth year on the Lamar men’s basketball coaching staff, joining the program as an assistant coach in August of 2005. Holmes spent the 2011-12 season as director of basketball operations before returning to an assistant coaching position the following season. Holmes served as a basketball coach at Midwest City (Okla.) High School from 2001-05 and also coached the Athletes First AAU 16-17 and under team during that time. Prior to that, he was a coach at Central HS in Tulsa, Okla. in 2000-01. During his time as a high school and AAU coach in the Sooner State, he coached 15 players who went on to play Division I basketball or football, with eight players currently in the NBA and NFL. Two former players were honored by being the No. 1 pick in their respective drafts. Former Oklahoma star Blake Griffin was the top pick in the 2009 NBA Draft, while Sam Bradford was taken first overall in the 2010 NFL Draft. Griffin’s older brother Taylor played four years at Oklahoma and spent most of the 2009-10 season with the NBA’s Phoenix Suns. Kelenna Azubuike went on to play at Kentucky and has spent his first four seasons in the NBA with the Golden State Warriors; J.R. Giddens played at Kansas and New Mexico before being drafted by the Boston Celtics; Darnell Jackson was drafted by the Miami Heat after completing a four-year career at Kansas with the 2008 NCAA National Championship; and Shelden Williams was a star at Duke before being taken by the Atlanta Hawks with the fifth overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft. Both Giddens and Jackson were selected in the 2008 NBA Draft.

Robert Meachem was a first-round draft choice as a wide receiver with the New Orleans Saints after playing for Athletes First through 2002. Holmes enjoyed an extensive professional career, playing both in the U.S. and overseas. He played for a number of CBA teams, including the Columbus Horizon (1991-93), Oklahoma City Cavalry (1993-94, 1995-97), Rockford Lightning (1994-95) and Quad City Thunder (1997-99). He also played in professional leagues in Mexico City, Mexico; Istanbul, Turkey; and Angers, France. While playing with Oklahoma City, Holmes was named to the CBA AllStar team in 1996 and helped the Cavalry win the CBA championship in 1997. He also won a championship with the Quad City Thunder in 1998. Holmes played collegiately at Oklahoma from 1989-91 for Billy Tubbs. He earned team MVP honors in 1991 after averaging 14.8 points per game and leading the team in rebounding at 9.3 rpg. Additionally, Holmes helped Oklahoma post a two-year record of 47-20. The 1990 Sooners reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament and the 1991 squad advanced to the championship game of the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) in Madison Square Garden in New York City. Holmes served on the USA Basketball Men’s Developmental National Team Committee as an Athlete Representative. He played for USA Basketball as a member of the 1999 Pan American Games Team, which won a silver medal, and the 1997 Tournament of the Americas squad, which won a gold medal. Holmes, who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Oklahoma, organized the Kermit Holmes Annual Girls and Boys Basketball Camp in 1996 and established the Kermit Holmes Scholarship Award in 1997. He has a 13-year-old son, Jakaree Holmes.

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SHERRON WILKERSON ASSISTANT COACH Second Season Sherron Wilkerson is entering his second season with the Lamar Cardinal basketball team after being hired as an assistant on July 17, 2012. Wilkerson played professionally for nearly a decade following his college career and has coached at the high school, AAU and college levels. A 1993 McDonalds All-America as a high school senior at Jeffersonville (Ind.) High School, Wilkerson played for the legendary Bob Knight at Indiana before completing his collegiate career at Rio Grande University. While a Hoosier, Wilkerson was a teammate of LU head coach Pat Knight.

Wilkerson coached one season at Indiana University Southeast, helping the Grenadiers to a 21-11 record during the 2010-11 season. He served as the head coach at Indianapolis’ Herron Charter School in 2007-08 and has guided several AAU squads to state prominence. Wilkerson, who earned his Bachelor of Arts and Humanities degree from IU in 2008, and his wife Carissa have a 17-year old daughter named Brooke.

During his professional career, Wilkerson played for Pat Knight with the Wisconsin Blast of the International Basketball Association. Wilkerson made several stops throughout Europe before closing out his playing career with BC-Haifa (Israel) in 2004.

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SCOTT WAGERS ASSISTANT COACH First Season Scott Wagers joined the Lamar coaching staff in May, after spending 13 seasons at East Tennessee State. During his time as an assistant, ETSU saw unprecedented success on the court. The Buccaneers advanced to six postseason appearances, won four-straight Southern Conference North Division titles, two SoCon Tournament titles and three Atlantic Sun Conference Championships. While serving under Murry Bartow for the past 10 seasons, Wagers was primarily responsible for the Bucs’ defense, working with post players and recruiting.

Wagers, who played collegiately at Tennessee Wesleyan, began his coaching career at Washburn (Tenn.) High School. A 1989 graduate from Wesleyan with a degree in health and physical education, Wagers was named the Tennessee Athletic Coaches’ Association District 1A Coach of the Year in 1994. Wagers and his wife, Stacey, have two children, Luke and Lola.

Prior to his stint at ETSU, Wagers was the head coach at Robinson High School in Tampa, Fla. Wagers spent six seasons at RHS, leading the school to four divisional titles, two regional championships and an impressive 126-24 (.840) record. He was named the 1998 Tampa Bay Basketball Coaches’ Association Coach of the Year after leading his team to the state semifinals.

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SUPPORT STAFF

JOSH MILLER

STRENGTH COACH Third Season

CINDY HALL

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Eighth Season

JOSH LA SALLE

STUDENT MANAGER First Season

ANDREW BEYKE

ATHLETIC TRAINER First Season

ANDREW MESSINA

STUDENT MANAGER Third Season

DR. DAVID TEUSCHER

TEAM DOCTOR Sixth Season

JOSHUA PILLITERE

STUDENT MANAGER Third Season

CHARLES WISE

STUDENT MANAGER First Season

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AMOS WILSON FORWARD Senior

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Forward • 6-5 • 195 lbs. • Sr.-1L • Allen, Texas

CAREER HIGHS

Points 23, vs. Nicholls (2/19/13) Rebounds 8, four times Assists 4, vs. Nicholls (2/19/13) Steals 4, at North Texas (11/13/12) Blocks 3, vs. Texas State (2/23/13) Field Goal Made 10, twice Field Goal Attempts 17, twice Free Throws Made 7, vs. Texas State (2/23/13) Free Throw Attempts 7, vs. Texas State (2/23/13) Minutes 38, twice

2012-13 Season Played in 27 games, earning 23 starts ... Finished fourth on the team averaging 8.9 points per game ... Third on the squad in rebounds (4.7 rpg) and led the team averaging 1.2 steals per game ... Was also credited with 21 assists and 13 blocks ... Scored in double figures 12 times during the season, scoring at least 20 points in two games ... Recorded a career-high 23 points against Nicholls State ... Also pulled down seven boards and dished out a season-high four assists against the Colonels ... Followed that up with consecutive 19-point, seven-rebound efforts against Texas State and Central Arkansas ... Scored 21 points and pulled down five rebounds in Waco against the Bears ... Scored 10 points and pulled down a career-high eight rebounds against IUPUI ... Pulled down eight rebounds three other times during the season (Sam Houston State, at Central Arkansas and Oral Roberts).

Collin County Community College Earned First-Team All-Region V and all-conference honors as a sophomore at Collin County CC ... Averaged a teambest 16.3 points per game, adding 5.6 rebounds per game during sophomore season, helping the Cougars to a 21-9 finish ... Scored in double figures in 20 of 30 games ... Shot 51 percent from the floor and 36 percent from 3-point range ... Scored a season-high 29 points against El Centro College on 14-of-18 shooting ... Twice pulled down 12 rebounds in a game ... Posted 10 points and 3.5 rebounds as a freshman as Collin County finished 25-7 and advanced to the NJCAA playoffs. Newman Smith High School Led Carrollton Newman Smith High School to a 29-4 record as a senior ... Helped the Trojans to a 12-0 record in District 10-4A and a state ranking as high as No. 2 during the season ... Led the team in scoring at 22.9 points per game on his way to district MVP honors ... Also earned all-region honors and played in the state all-star game. Personal Amos Earl Wilson was born on Jan. 26, 1990, in Jackson, Miss. ... Son of Amos Wilson and Michele Hall ... Majoring in general studies.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012-13 TOTAL

G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3P-3PA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R Avg. 27-23 675-25.0 97-238 .408 0-1 .000 46-64 .719 55-72-127 4.7 27-23 675-25.0 97-238 .408 0-1 .000 46-64 .719 55-72-127 4.7

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Forward • 6-9 • 230 lbs. • Jr.-2L • Uppsala, Sweden

CAREER HIGHS

an average of 0.8 per game ... Added five rebounds, two blocked shots and two steals on the year ... Scored a career-high five points against Huston-Tillotson (12/14), adding a personal-best two rebounds in the contest ... Had a blocked shot against Texas-Pan American (12/5) and Lyon College (12/31).

Points 5, vs. Huston-Tillotson (12/14/11) Rebounds 5, vs. North Texas (11/13/12) Assists 1, three times Steals 2, at Kansas State (11/12/12) Blocks 4, at Purdue (12/4/12) Field Goal Made 2, three times Field Goal Attempts 5, at Alabama (11/27/12) Prior to Lamar Free Throws Made 3, vs. Huston-Tillotson (12/14/11) Free Throw Attempts 3, vs. Huston-Tillotson (12/14/11) Helped Sweden’s Under-20 team finish Minutes 14, three times ninth at the 2011 European Champion-

Summer 2013 Played for the Swedish National team at the World University Games in Russia ... Averaged 2.9 points 3.8 rebounds during the games ... Scored six points and pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds in Sweden’s 12-point victory over Japan. 2012-13 Season Played in 20 games earning one start ... Averaged 1.2 points and 1.7 rebounds per game ... Also credited with 13 blocks, six steals and an assist ... Lone start of the season came against McNeese State ... Scored a season-high four points three times (North Texas, at Arkansas State and at Alabama) ... Also pulled down a season-high five rebounds against the Mean Green.

ships ... Has played in 85 international games for his country ... Is ranked among the top five Swedish players at his age ... Twice led his Under-18 team to the national championship ... Also played on Under-16 team which won a national title ... Signed to the Uppsala first team in the Swedish Basketball League at age 16 ... Helped team to the semifinals in his first year ... Also played three years with the Uppsala second team, averaging 11 points and five rebounds per game. Personal Sebastian Norman was born on Oct. 13, 1992 ... Son of Jorgen and Benita Norman ... Father played 38 international games for the Swedish national team in the 1980s ... General business major.

2011-12 Season Played in 13 games as a true freshman ... Finished the year with 11 points for

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3P-3PA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R 13-0 52-4.0 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 5-6 .833 3-2-5 20-1 142-7.1 9-25 .360 0-0 .000 6-13 .462 8-25-33 33-1 194-5.9 12-33 .363 0-0 .000 11-19 .579 11-27-38

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Guard • 5-8 • 155 lbs. • So.-1L • Spring Hill, Tenn.

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Points 25, at Oral Roberts (1/24/13) Rebounds 4, three times Assists 6, vs. IUPUI (11/20/12) Steals 1, seven times Blocks 1, at Oral Roberts (1/24/13) Field Goal Made 4, twice Field Goal Attempts 14, at Oral Roberts (1/24/13) Free Throws Made 7, vs. Southeastern La. (1/7/13) Free Throw Attempts 8, vs. Southeastern La. (1/7/13) Minutes 31, three times

2012-13 Season Played in 25 games earning five starts ... Averaged 6.6 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game ... Also recorded eight steals and recorded a block on the season ... Shot nearly 80 percent from the free throw line (35-44/.795) ... Scored in double-figures five times ... Was 8-of-14 (.571) from the floor, and 5-of-7 (.714) from beyond the arc to score a career-high 25 points at Oral Roberts ... Had an 18-point, four-rebound game against LIU-Brooklyn ... The four rebounds equaled his career high ... Netted 14 points against Southeastern Louisiana ... Scored 12 points, dished out a career-high six assists and grabbed two rebounds against IUPUI.

Spring Hill High School Led Spring Hill High School to a 31-2 overall record and a perfect 19-0 mark in District 12-2A ... Named to the Tennessee Class AA All-State team after averaging 13.3 points, 6.0 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game as a senior ... Also an all-district selection as a senior ... Helped the Raiders to a 24-7 mark and a 15-4 district record as a junior ... Averaged 13.8 points and 6.5 assists per game as a junior. Personal Keilan Ramone Blanks was born on Feb. 12, 1994, in Omaha, Neb. ... Son of Nathaniel and Vestella Blanks ... Undecided on a major.

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G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3P-3PA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R Avg. 25-5 528-21.1 56-145 .386 18-47 .383 35-44 .795 8-47-55 2.2 25-25 528-21.1 56-145 .386 18-47 .383 35-44 .795 8-47-55 2.2

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LAMAR CARDS BASKETBALL Personal Matt Hancock was born on July 5, Guard • 6-4 • 205 lbs. • So.-1L • Melbourne, Australia 1993, in Melbourne, Australia ... Son CAREER HIGHS Points 7, at Nicholls (3/7/13) of Craig and Susan Hancock ... MajorRebounds 3, twice ing in psychology.

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Assists 2, at Arkansas State (11/25/12) Steals 1, at Central Arkansas (1/26/12) Blocks 1, at Nicholls (3/7/13) Field Goal Made 3, at Nicholls (3/7/13) Field Goal Attempts 5, at Nicholls (3/7/13) Free Throws Made 0 Free Throw Attempts 1, vs. LIU Brooklyn (12/29/12) Minutes 24, at Nicholls (3/7/13)

2012-13 Season Played in 26 games earning six starts ... Scored 26 points and pulled down 18 rebounds ... Was also credited with eight assists, a block and a steal ... Scored a season-high seven points and pulled down three rebounds at Nicholls State ... Equaled his season high with three rebounds at Stephen F. Austin. Scotch College Played in 26 games earning six starts ... Scored 26 points and pulled down 18 rebounds ... Was also credited with eight assists, a block and a steal ... Scored a season-high seven points and pulled down three rebounds at Nicholls State ... Equaled his season high with three rebounds at Stephen F. Austin.

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G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3P-3PA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R Avg. 26-6 270-10.4 11-37 .297 4-16 .250 0-1 .000 4-14-18 0.7 26-6 270-10.4 11-37 .297 4-16 .250 0-1 .000 4-14-18 0.7

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DONNELL MINTON GUARD Sophomore

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Guard • 6-0 • 150 lbs. • So.-1L • Indianapolis, Ind.

CAREER HIGHS

Points 17, at Oral Roberts (1/24/13) Rebounds 7, vs. Central Arkansas (2/28/13) Assists 5, twice Steals 1, 14 times Blocks 2, twice Field Goal Made 8, at Oral Roberts (1/24/13) Field Goal Attempts 14, vs. IUPUI (11/20/12) Free Throws Made 6, vs. IUPUI (11/20/12) Free Throw Attempts 6, vs. IUPUI (11/20/12) Minutes 50, vs. Central Arkansas (2/28/13)

2012-13 Season Played in 31 games earning 19 starts ... Averaged 5.4 points and 2.7 rebounds per game, and was second on the team at 1.8 assists per game ... Scored in double figures six times, including a season-high 17 points at Oral Roberts ... Scored 10 points and pulled down a season-high seven rebounds against Central Arkansas ... Had a 15-point, five-rebound performance against North Texas ... Scored 12 points, grabbed five boards against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ... Dished out a season-high five assists twice.

Northwest High School Named first-team all-city as a senior at Northwest High School in Indianapolis, and was a second-team selection as a junior ... Posted senior year averages of 22 points and four steals per game ... Was named honorable mention all-state ... Averaged 15.3 points, 4.9 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game as a junior. Personal Donnell Jessie Minton was born on Sept. 27, 1993, in Indianapolis, Ind. ... Son of Frank Minton and Delores Miller ... Is undecided on a major.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012-13 TOTAL

G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3P-3PA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R Avg. 31-19 748-24.1 72-174 .420 0-4 .000 22-34 .647 18-67-85 2.7 31-19 748-24.1 72-174 .420 0-4 .000 22-34 .647 18-67-85 2.7

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LAMAR CARDS BASKETBALL Christi ... Scored 18 points and pulled down seven rebounds against McForward • 6-5 • 180 lbs. • R-So.-1L • Inglewood, Calif. Neese State ... Blocked a career-high CAREER HIGHS Points 25, vs. Central Arkansas (2/28/13) three shots twice.

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Rebounds 13, at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/7/13) Assists 4, at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/7/13) Steals 1, seven times Blocks 3, twice Field Goal Made 10, vs. Central Arkansas (2/28/13) Field Goal Attempts 10, vs. Central Arkansas (2/28/13) Free Throws Made 7, at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/7/13) Free Throw Attempts 9, at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/7/13) Minutes 48, at Central Arkansas (2/28/13)

2012-13 Season Played in 31 games, earning 32 starts as a freshman ... Finished second on the team averaging 10.8 points, 4.9 rebounds and 0.8 blocks per contest ... Recorded double-figures in points 15 times ... Had four double-doubles ... Recorded a career high with 25 points against Central Arkansas ... Was also credited with six rebounds, three assists and a block against the Bears ... Scored 21 points and had six rebounds at Louisiana ... First double-double of the season came at Charlotte where he scored 14 points and pulled down 10 rebounds ... Had a 19-point, five-rebound effort at Baylor ... Recorded 14-point, 10-rebound efforts against Southeastern Louisiana and Nicholls State ... Scored 13 points, and hauled in 13 rebounds at Texas A&M-Corpus

2011-12 Season Redshirted. Inglewood High School Played for coach Pat Roy at Inglewood High School ... As a senior, averaged 17.0 points and 8.0 rebounds per game ... Shot 49.0 percent from the floor as IHS finished with a 26-8 overall record and won its league title with a 9-1 mark ... Named AllOcean League MVP, All-CIF Southern Section and to the All-Daily Breeze first-team ... Helped Sentinels advance to the quarterfinals of the Division III California State Tournament ... Averaged 8.9 points and 6.6 rebounds per game as a junior as IHS went 20-9 overall and 8-2 in league play ... Inglewood finished 22-10 overall during sophomore campaign. Personal Rhon Mitchell was born on June 29, 1993 ... Son of Rhon, Sr. and Debbie Mitchell ... Major is general studies.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012-13 TOTAL

G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3P-3PA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R Avg. 31-23 899-29.0 133-335 .397 2-14 .143 52-73 .712 47-105-152 4.9 31-23 899-29.0 133-335 .397 2-14 .143 52-73 .712 47-105-152 4.9

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TYRAN de LATTIBEAUDIERE

OCTAVIUS GREEN

FORWARD Junior

FORWARD Junior

THE de LATTIBEAUDIERE FILE

Forward • 6-4 • 205 lbs. • Jr.-TR • Kingston, Jamaica Vincennes University A two-year letterwinner at juco powerhouse Vincennes University ... Guided the Trailblazers to the NJCAA Final Four ... Averaged 5.6 points, 4.3 rebounds and 5.0 blocks per game during his sophomore season ... Led squad to a 61-7 (.897) record during his two seasons ... Lists one of his bests games as a 16-point, 12-rebound performance against Roane State ... Shot 51 percent from the floor ... Guided the Trailblazers to an undefeated home record during his two seasons. Tivoli Gardens High School A highly regarded prospect from Tivoli Gardens in Jamaica ... Averaged more than 20 points, 10 rebounds and a block per game. Personal Son of Sonia Morrison ... Born Jan. 25, 1991, in Jamaica.

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Forward • 6-6 • 195 lbs. • Jr.-TR • Gainesville, Fla. South Georgia Technical College Averaged 13 points and 13 rebounds per contest ... Was the NJCAA’s second-leading rebounder as a sophomore ... Guided the Jets to a 22-10 (.688) overall record while averaging 12.5 points and pulling down 12.9 rebounds per game ... Earned second-team all-conference honors ... Scored in double-figures 22 times during his sophomore season, and pulled down double-digit rebounds on 27 occasions ... Lists two of his better performances as a 24-point, 19-rebound (career high) effort against Sound Doctrine, and a season-high 25 points, and 15 boards against Chattahoochee Technical College. Gainesville High School Earned Gainesville Sun Honorable Mention All-Area honors following a senior season where he led his prep squad to a 24-7 record ... Averaged better than nine points and six rebounds per contest as a senior. Personal Son of David Green and Rose Perry ... Born Jan. 14, 1992, in Gainesville, Fla.

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NIMROD HILLIARD

ANTHONY HOLLIDAY

GUARD Junior

GUARD Junior

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Guard • 6-0 • 155 lbs. • Jr.-TR • Madison, Wis. Jacksonville College Transferred to Jacksonville College following a freshman season at South Dakota ... Averaged 11.0 points, 7.0 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game ... Lists his best individual performance as 24-point effort against San Jacinto College ... Recorded 11 assists against Lee College. Madison East High School Was named Mr. Basketball in the state of Wisconsin after averaging 24.3 points, 6.2 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 2.9 steals per game ... Received honorable mention all-state accolades as a junior where he averaged 17 points and seven assists per contest. Personal Son of Nimrod and Tammy Hilliard ... Born Feb. 12, 1993, in Madison, Wis.

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Guard • 6-1 • 170 lbs. • Jr.-TR • Los Angeles, Calif. Cerritos College Named league MVP during his sophomore season ... Was second-team All-South Coast Conference selection as a freshman ... Led the team in scoring averaging 16 points per game as a sophomore ... Also averaged 2.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists ... Led the Falcons with 33 three-pointers in 26 contests ... Holliday scored in double-figures 17 times during his rookie season, while connecting on 93-of-120 (77.5 percent) free throws ... Averaged 13 points per game that season ... Scored a season-high 27 points against Los Angeles TradeTech College. Norwalk High School A three-time all-city selection, who also garnered All-Suburban League honors ... Four-time all-league honoree ... Averaged 24 points, six rebounds and four assists per game during his senior season at Norwalk ... That coming on the heels of a junior season where he averaged 20 points per game ... Scored a career-high 50 points against Mater Dei during his junior campaign ... Proved he was a scorer as an underclassmen averaging 10 points per game as a freshman and 16 per contest the following year. Personal Son of Anthony Holliday and Catharene Smith ... Born March 7, 1992, in Detroit, Mich.

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DONOVAN ROSS

PRESTON MATTINGLY

FORWARD Junior

GUARD Freshman

THE ROSS FILE

Forward • 6-5 • 205 lbs. • Jr.-TR • Ridgeland, Miss.

THE MATTINGLY FILE

Southwest Mississippi Community College Transferred to Southwest Mississippi Community College after spending freshman season at Southeastern Louisiana ... Earned second-team all-state honors and was an MACJC All-Star selection ... Guided the Bears to a 15-10 (.600) overall record and a second-place finish in the MACJC South Division with an 8-4 (.667) mark ... Averaged 14.8 points and 4.2 rebounds, while shooting 67 percent from the field ... Also connected on 74 percent of his free throws.

Guard • 6-2 • 195 lbs. • Fr.-HS • Evansville, Ind. Central High School A three-sport letterwinner at Evansville Central ... Averaged better than 17 points per game as a junior ... That jumped to 20.9 points per game during his senior season ... Garnered all-conference recognition on the court ... Also earned all-conference honors on the gridiron ... Received all-state and All-America recognition on the baseball diamond.

Ridgeland High School Four-year letterwinner at Ridgeland High School ... Rated as the No. 20 prospect in the state of Mississippi after averaging 17.8 points and 8.9 rebounds as a senior ... Also received Madison County Player of the Year honors ... Led the Titans to a 51-11 (.823) record in his final two seasons, including a 28-2 mark as a senior ... Was twice named first-team all-district and all-metro.

Personal Son of Don and Kim Mattingly ... Born Aug. 28, 1987, in Englewood, N.J. ... Was a first-round draft choice of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2006 MLB Amateur Draft ... Father was an MLB All-Star first basemen with the New York Yankees, and is the current manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Personal Son of Eddie and Luella Ross ... Born Mar. 18, 1993 in Stone Mountain, Ga. ... Father played basketball at Mississippi Valley State.

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MARCUS OWENS Guard/Forward Freshman

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Guard/Forward • 6-1 • 195 lbs. • Fr.-HS • Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Deerfield Beach High School A four-year letterwinner ... Averaged 14 points and nine rebounds as a senior ... Guided Deerfield Beach to a 20-5 (.800) overall record and a perfect 12-0 mark as a junior ... Led the Bucks to the Florida Class 8A Regional Finals ... Averaged 17.5 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game during the 2011-12 season ... Guided his prep squad to a top-10 ranking in the state’s largest classification ... Averaged 10 points and four rebounds during his sophomore season ... Led his high school to a district and regional title, and an elite eight appearance. Personal Son of Michael Owens and Tondra Whited ... Born Aug. 18, 1995, in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

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CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1960-61 LONE STAR CHAMPS

1969-70 SOUTHLAND CHAMPS

1961-62 LONE STAR CHAMPS

1977-78 SOUTHLAND CHAMPS

1962-63 LONE STAR CHAMPS

1978-79 SOUTHLAND CHAMPS

1963-64 SOUTHLAND CHAMPS

1979-80 SOUTHLAND CHAMPS

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CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1980-81 SOUTHLAND CHAMPS

2000 SLC TOURNAMENT CHAMPS

also won SLC Tournament

1982-83 SOUTHLAND CHAMPS

2012 SLC TOURNAMENT CHAMPS

also won SLC Tournament

1983-84 SOUTHLAND CHAMPS

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ALL-TIME ALL-AMERICANS DON BRYSON 1965 Associated Press Third Team Don Bryson, a 6-6 forward from New Orleans, put together an outstanding senior season that culminated in earning Associated Press NCAA College Division Third Team All-America honors. He was the first-ever Cardinal All-American. During that season, Bryson scored 553 points and hauled down 343 rebounds for averages of 23.2 and 14.9, respectively. His 14.9 rebound average still ranks as the second-best in school history, and the 23.2

scoring average is the third-best ever. He helped the Cardinals post an 18-6 record for the year. For his career, Bryson averaged 16.5 points and 12.4 boards per game. His 1,240 career points ranks 14th on the school’s all-time scoring list and his 931 rebounds ranks fourth. He also ranks fifth in field goal percentage at .550. He was a two-time All-Southland Conference Selection.

EARL DOW 1969 Associated Press Third Team Earl Dow became the second Lamar player to pick up All-America honors when he was named to the Associated Press NCAA Division I Third Team as a senior in 1969. Dow, a 6-1 guard from Bayside, N.Y., scored a then-school record 560 points during the 1968-69 season. His 23.3 points per game average that season still ranks as the second-best in school history. He shot 43.9% from the field and 76.9% from the free

throw line as well. He helped Lamar post an outstanding 20-4 record that year. For his career, Dow averaged 20.1 points per game, which ranks as the third-highest career scoring average in school history. He was a two-time First Team All-Southland Conference selection, and he was invited to play in the East-West All-Star Game.

MIKE OLLIVER 1981 Citizen’s Savings Foundation First Team Mike Olliver was named Citizen’s Savings Foundation First Team All-America as a senior in 1981, becoming the third LU All-American. Olliver, a 6-1 guard from Mount Olive, N.C., averaged 22.3 points per game in 1981, and shot a remarkable 51.2% from the field, connecting on 297-of-580 attempts. His 716 points rank as the second-best single season total in school history.

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For his career, Olliver averaged 20.6 points and ranks as Lamar’s all-time leader in points scored (2,518) and field goals made (1,130). His scoring average and steals (206) rank second, and he’s also fifth in assists (344). He set a then-record for points in a game with 50 vs. Portland State on January 12, 1980, and he finished his career as the 15th all-time leading scorer in NCAA history. Olliver was a four-time All-Southland performer and he was the Player of the Year and Tournament MVP in 1981.

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ALL-TIME AWARDS COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1999 . ..................... Matt Sundblad (First Team) 1998 . ................... Matt Sundblad (Third Team)

USBWA ALL-DISTRICT VI PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1981 . ............................................. Mike Olliver

USBWA ALL-DISTRICT VI

2009 . ....................... Jay Brown (Second Team) 2009 . ............... Kenny Dawkins (Second Team) 2006 . ........................ Alan Daniels (First Team) 1984 . .......................... Tom Sewell (First Team) 1981 . ............................. B.B. Davis (First Team) Mike Olliver (First Team) 1980 . ............................. B.B. Davis (First Team)

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR

1984 . ................................................ Pat Foster 1980 . ............................................... Billy Tubbs 1978 . ............................................... Billy Tubbs 1970 . ............................................. Jack Martin 1969 . ............................................. Jack Martin

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1984 . .............................................. Tom Sewell 1981 . ............................................. Mike Olliver 1971 . ............................................. Luke Adams 1970 . ......................................... Kenny Haynes

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

2008 . ........................................ Kenny Dawkins 2007 . ........................................ Lamar Sanders 1985 . ........................................... James Gulley 1984 . ............................................ Jerry Everett 1978 . ................................................ B.B. Davis

ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2012 . .......................... Mike James (First Team) Devon Lamb (Second Team) Anthony Miles (Second Team) 2010 . .................. Justin Nabors (Second Team) 2009 . ............... Kenny Dawkins (Second Team) Jay Brown (Third Team) 2008 . .................... Kenny Dawkins (First Team) Lamar Sanders (First Team) 2007 . ................ Lamar Sanders (Second Team) James Davis (Third Team) 2006 . ........................ Alan Daniels (First Team) Thomas Fairley (Third Team) 2005 . ........................ Alan Daniels (First Team) Raymond Anthony (Third Team) 2004 . ................. Terrell Petteway (Third Team) 2003 . ........................... Ron Austin (First Team) Lewis Arline (Third Team) Damany Hendrix (Third Team) 2002 . ............. Damany Hendrix (Second Team) 2000 . .................. Landon Rowe (Second Team)

1999 . ................ Matt Sundblad (Second Team) 1987 . ....................... James Gulley (First Team) 1986 . ...................... Anthony Todd (First Team) James Nance (Second Team) 1985 . ........................ Jerry Everett (First Team) James Gulley (Second Team) 1984 . ................ Lamont Robinson (First Team) Tom Sewell (First Team) Kenneth Perkins (Second Team) 1983 . .......................... Tom Sewell (First Team) Brian Kellybrew (Second Team) Kenneth Perkins (Second Team) 1982 . ....................... Terry Long (Second Team) Kenneth Perkins (Second Team) 1981 . ............................. B.B. Davis (First Team) Mike Olliver (First Team) Alvin Brooks (Second Team) 1980 . ........................ Clarence Kea (First Team) Mike Olliver (First Team) B.B. Davis (Second Team) 1979 . ............................. B.B. Davis (First Team) Mike Olliver (First Team) Norman Bellard (Second Team) Clarence Kea (Second Team) 1978 . ............................. B.B. Davis (First Team) Mike Olliver (Second Team) 1977 . ................... Clarence Kea (Second Team) Homer Taylor (Second Team) 1976 . ......................... Henry Jones (First Team) Ike Mills (Second Team) 1975 . ....................... Al Nickson (Second Team) 1974 . ............................ Al Nickson (First Team) 1973 . .................. Trennis Jones (Second Team) 1972 . .................. Trennis Jones (Second Team) Steve Wade (Second Team) 1971 . ......................... Luke Adams (First Team) Elton Hayes (Second Team) 1970 . ......................... Luke Adams (First Team) Kenny Haynes (Second Team) Jim Nicholson (Second Team) 1969 . .............................. Earl Dow (First Team) Jim Nicholson (Second Team) Wayne Moore (Second Team) 1968 . .............................. Earl Dow (First Team) Jim Nicholson (First Team) Phil Endicott (Second Team) 1967 . ................... Phil Endicott (Second Team) Jerry McKeller (Second Team) 1966 . .................... Odis Booker (Second Team) T. Nelson Bruce (Second Team) 1965 . .......................... Don Bryson (First Team) Jerry Wade (First Team) Ray Wright (Second Team) 1964 . ........................... Don Heller (First Team) Don Bryson (Second Team) Richard Smith (Second Team)

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SOUTHLAND TOURNAMENT MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

2012 . ............................................. Mike James 2000 . .......................................... Landon Rowe 1985 . ............................................ Jerry Everett 1983 . .................................... Lamont Robinson 1981 . ............................................. Mike Olliver

ALL-SOUTHLAND TOURNAMENT

2012 . ............................................. Mike James Devon Lamb Anthony Miles 2006 . ............................................ Alan Daniels 2005 . ............................................ Alan Daniels 2000 . .................................... Thaydeus Holden Landon Rowe 1999 . .......................................... Matt Sunblad 1987 . ........................................... James Gulley 1985 . ............................................ Jerry Everett James Gulley 1984 . .............................................. Tom Sewell 1983 . ....................................... Brian Kellybrew Kenneth Perkins Lamont Robinson 1982 . ............................................... Terry Long 1981 . ................................................ B.B. Davis Mike Olliver

ALL-AMERICAN SOUTH CONFERENCE 1989 . ....................................... Adrian Caldwell 1988 . ........................................... James Gulley

SUN BELT CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

1993 . ............................................. Keith Veney

ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE 1997 . ........................................... Ron Coleman 1996 . ........................................... Lucas Wagler 1995 . ........................................... Ron Coleman 1994 . .......................................... Atiim Browne

LONE STAR CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1963 . .......................................... Richard Smith 1961 . ..................................... Johnny Johnston

ALL-LONE STAR CONFERENCE 1963 . .......................................... Richard Smith 1962 . ......................................... James Barrum 1961 . .......................................... Wayne Aaron James Barrum Johnny Johnston 1959 . ......................................... Bob Shepherd 1957 . ........................................ Kenneth Roach 1954 . .............................................. Ray Walton 1953 . .............................................. Ray Walton

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1,000 POINT CLUB MIKE OLLIVER

TOM SEWELL

2,518 Points

1,496 Points

YEAR G FGM FTM PTS AVG 1977-78 27 196 36 428 15.9 1978-79 32 326 52 704 22.0 1979-80 33 311 94 716 21.7 1980-81 30 297 76 670 22.3 TOTAL 122 1130 258 2,518 20.6

YEAR G 1981-82 29 1982-83 29 1983-84 31 TOTAL 89

FGM FTM PTS AVG 108 30 246 8.5 232 76 540 18.6 287 136 710 22.9 627 242 1,496 16.8

B.B. DAVIS

ANTHONY MILES

2,084 Points

1,487 Points

YEAR G 1977-78 27 1978-79 32 1979-80 30 1980-81 30 TOTAL 119

YEAR G 2008-09 30 2009-10 31 2010-11 30 2011-12 35 TOTAL 126

FGM FTM PTS AVG 205 64 474 17.6 283 85 651 20.3 203 90 496 16.5 190 83 463 15.4 881 322 2,084 17.5

FGM FTM PTS AVG 71 36 188 6.3 133 131 433 14.0 104 128 358 11.9 149 181 508 14.5 457 476 1,487 11.8

JAMES GULLEY

PHIL ENDICOTT

1,832 Points

1,349 Points

YEAR G 1984-85 32 1985-86 21 1986-87 29 1987-88 31 TOTAL 113

YEAR G 1966-67 22 1967-68 24 1968-69 24 1969-70 24 TOTAL 94

FGM FTM PTS AVG 188 67 443 13.8 102 67 271 12.9 226 121 573 19.8 203 139 545 17.6 719 394 1,832 16.2

FGM FTM PTS AVG 138 100 376 17.1 155 60 370 15.4 143 55 341 14.2 109 44 262 10.9 545 259 1,349 14.4

CLARENCE KEA

RICHARD SMITH

1,814 Points

1,348 Points

YEAR G 1976-77 29 1977-78 23 1978-79 32 1979-80 33 TOTAL 117

YEAR G 1961-62 28 1962-63 27 1963-64 25 TOTAL 80

FGM FTM PTS AVG 171 112 454 15.7 118 118 312 13.6 212 133 557 17.5 187 117 491 14.9 688 438 1,814 15.5

FGM FTM PTS AVG 178 71 427 15.3 176 104 456 16.9 190 85 465 18.6 544 260 1,348 16.9

ATIIM BROWNE

JOHNNY JOHNSTON

1,592 Points

1,327 Points

YEAR G 1990-91 28 1991-92 31 1992-93 27 1993-94 27 TOTAL 113

YEAR G 1958-59 24 1959-60 21 1960-61 27 TOTAL 72

FGM FTM PTS AVG 140 116 431 15.2 123 105 380 12.3 93 118 342 12.7 138 118 439 16.3 494 457 1,592 14.1

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FGM FTM PTS AVG 153 84 390 16.3 145 89 379 18.0 201 156 558 20.7 499 329 1,327 18.4

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anthony bledsoe

1,316 Points

1,209 Points

YEAR G 1994-95 27 1995-96 27 1996-97 27 TOTAL 81

YEAR G 1987-88 31 1988-89 28 1989-90 28 TOTAL 87

FGM FTM PTS AVG 159 115 457 16.9 158 95 425 15.7 143 136 434 16.1 460 346 1,327 16.2

FGM FTM PTS AVG 129 62 355 11.5 148 62 402 14.4 167 84 452 16.1 444 208 1,209 13.9

ALAN DANIELS

JIM NICHOLSON

1,306 Points

1,198 Points

YEAR G 2004-05 29 2005-06 31 TOTAL 60

YEAR G 1966-67 14 1967-68 25 1968-69 24 1969-70 24 TOTAL 87

FGM FTM PTS AVG 203 93 576 19.9 250 155 730 23.5 453 248 1,306 21.8

FGM FTM PTS AVG 64 50 178 12.7 176 133 485 19.4 104 64 272 11.3 88 87 263 11.0 432 334 1,198 13.8

KENNETH PERKINS

DAVID JONES

1,299 Points

1,105 Points

YEAR G 1980-81 30 1981-82 29 1982-83 30 1983-84 31 TOTAL 120

YEAR G 1986-87 29 1987-88 31 1988-89 28 1989-90 28 TOTAL 116

FGM FTM PTS AVG 100 39 239 8.0 136 89 361 12.4 135 85 355 11.8 124 96 344 11.1 495 468 1,299 10.8

FGM FTM PTS 66 52 189 65 49 206 103 51 311 132 59 399 366 211 1,105

AVG 6.5 6.6 11.1 14.3 9.5

RON AUSTIN

JAMES MELLARD

1,251 Points

1,057 Points

YEAR G 1999-00 31 2000-01 26 2001-02 29 2002-03 27 TOTAL 113

YEAR G 1956-57 24 1957-58 22 1958-59 24 1959-60 27 TOTAL 97

FGM FTM PTS AVG 48 24 143 9.4 84 70 261 10.0 150 73 423 14.6 145 75 424 15.7 427 242 1,251 11.1

DON BRYSON 1,240 Points YEAR G 1962-63 27 1963-64 25 1964-65 23 TOTAL 75

FGM FTM PTS AVG 112 112 336 12.4 128 115 371 14.8 195 143 533 23.2 435 370 1,240 16.5

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FGM FTM PTS AVG 108 83 299 12.5 112 76 300 13.6 94 39 227 9.5 93 45 231 8.2 407 243 1,057 10.9

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JUNIOR COLLEGE LETTERWINNERS -A-

George Ames Jimmy Anders Ernest Andrews Roy Andrews Ray Asbury

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Overton Banks Elmo Beard Lee Bell T.E. Bergin Sidney Blackburn Joe Bland Verlon Bobbitt Warner Bogle Weldon Bond Howard Brady Si Burnett Radford Byerly

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Gene Carpenter Blewitt Carroll Edgar Carroll Henry Clifton Curley Cohn Bo Collins Slick Colville William Cook Harry Cooke Rodman Cutler

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Tony Daleo Fred Davis Ewing Dishman

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Horace Etity

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James Gallier

1925-26 1928 1927-28 1926-27 1930 1926-27 1948, 50-51 1924 1950-51 1950 1924 1926 1949 1925-26 1929 1930-31 1931 1949 1928 1930 1924-25 1927-28 1931 1926 1924 1931

Bob Frederick Jimmy Frederick Herbert Fuller

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1931 1947-48 1931 1924 1930

1949-51 1949-50 1931 1951

Spencer Garsee Frank Garvey Claude Gilson Forrest Griffing

1949 1948 1951 1929

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Tuffy Harrington Hubert Hawthorne Blackie Haynes Harlan Holst Frank Houston Jimmy Howard C.J. Howell

1950-51 1924 1947 1948-49 1929 1949-50 1951

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Audrey Jackson Fred Jackson Dale Johnson Gordon Johnson Eddie Jones Robert Jones Sam Jones

1926 1947 1931 1926 1925 1947 1924

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Charles Kiker Ed Kilpatrick Jim Kirkland Mickey Knobloch

1951 1950-51 1948 1949

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Sidney LaFonta Chester Lee Danny Lee Parmer Lee Jim Lemon Gray Little

1930 1927-28 1947 1925 1931 1930

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Don Mace John Marshall J.D. Martin Gilbert Massey Bill Moody Hugh Milam Mason Milam Truman Milling Bill Moody Jack Morris

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James Palmer Jerry Parrish O.A. “Bum” Phillips Moody Pickett Otho Plummer David Poland

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Charles Quisenberry

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Paul Revak John Richardson Neal Robertson Carlos Rojo Rob Roy W.F. Ryder

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Hill Sanders Carl Savino Dale Saxon Dick Sheffield Charles Shoptaw Alvin Stahl Roy Stephenson Luther Stubblefield

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Albert Tatum Rube Thornal Bobby Thornton George Thomas Robert Trevino

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Ray Walton Lloyd Watkeys Walter Wellman Jess Wheeler Clyde Wherry Bubba Williamson Marvin Wills Paul Winkler

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Dave Young

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VARSITY LETTERWINNERS -A-

Wayne Aaron Khaalis Abdul-Raqeeb Nikko Acosta Haywood Adams Luke Adams Tremell Adams Raymond Addison Jo Adande Joe Aguirre Larry Ainsworth Quincy Alexander Charles Anderson Greg Anderson Raymond Anthony Lewis Arline Larry Augsburger Carroll Aulbaugh Ron Austin

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Pat Bardwell Brad Barker Eugene Barrington Matthew Barrow James Barrum Bob Battle Nashid Beard Norman Bellard Eddie Benson Harold Berry Stacy Bertrand James Black Keilan Blanks Anthony Bledsoe Joe Blueford Verlon Bobbitt Brian Bolden Weldon Bond Odis Booker Keith Bowman Tim Boxie Danny Bragg Orlando Brazier Terry Bridgeman Billy Bromell Danny Bromley

1957-61 1994-96 2011-13 1984-85 1969-71 2010-11 1973-74 2000-02 1954-55 1959-60 1996-97 1958-60 1984-86 2003-05 1999-03 1959-63 1961-63 1999-03 1975-77 1987-88 1957-58 2005-08 1958-62 1973-75 2004-06 1976-79 1982-83 1951-52 1974-75 1951-52 2012-pres. 1987-91 1976-78 1951-53 1987-89 1951-53 1965-67 1993-94 1993-94 1992-93 2010-11 1990-92 1977-79 1971-74

Alvin Brooks DeWayne Brown Jay Brown Stan Brown Terry Brown Vince Brown Atiim Brown T. Nelson Bruce Anthony Bryant Jerry Bryant Don Bryson Dee Burchett Jonathan Burnett George Butler

1979-81 1985-87 2007-09 2009-13 1990-91 1997-98 1990-94 1963-66 1990-91 1967-69 1962-65 2005-07 2002-04 1991-92

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Adrian Caldwell Gerald Cammack Marcus Campbell Vince Camper Gene Carpenter Justin Carter Donnie Chambers Turk Chambless Brandon Chappell Ronnie Claiborne John Claunch Aaron Clauson Shawn Clifton Don Coleman Ron Coleman Kirby Collins Kenneth Cook Shawn Copes Donny Coryell Jimmie Coulter Bobby Courville Coy Custer

1988-89 1958-61 2001-03 1988-89 1953-54 2009-10 1976-78 1974-75 2004-07 1980-81 1954-56 1992-97 1991-93 1951-53 1994-97 1969-72 1981-83 1991-92 1996-98 1956-57 1956-58 2007-11

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Derrick Daniel Alan Daniels Charles Daniels B.B. Davis Brandon Davis E.B. Davis Guy Davis

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James Davis Teddy Davis Kenny Dawkins Brian DeLord Lester Dickerson Quincy Dockins Brennan Doty Earl Dow Tommy Dressen Eduardo Drewnick Neville Dyson

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Osas Ebomwonyi John Echols Mark Eck Phil Endicott Jerry Everett

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Thomas Fairley Dick Folmer Bob Frederick Greg Freeman

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Jack Gallier Paul Garner Eric Gathers Danny Gauthier Charlie Georgia Tyrone Gibson Keith Gilbert Claude Gilson Norther Gims Barry Gipson Dale Godfrey Gil Goodrich Josh Goodwin George Gordon Jason Grant Arthur Gray Randy Gray Willie Griggie Hayes Grooms Henry Guidry James Gulley Orko Guyton

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VARSITY LETTERWINNERS -H-

Tyler Hackstadt 2000-02 Ashton Hall 2007-10 Mike Hall 1990-91 Jennings Hamilton 1964-67 Matt Hancock 2012-pres. Larry Handy 2005-06 Charlie Harper 2009-12 Darius Harris 2010-11 Keith Harris 1989-91 Kendrick Harris 2009-11 Tony Harris 1985-86 LaTye Hatcher 1990-91 Elton Hayes 1969-73 Kenny Haynes 1967-70 Joey Hebert 1987-88 Don Heller 1962-64 Ronald Henderson 1962-63 Jimmy Hendrick 1953-55 Damany Hendrix 2001-03 Krunti Hester 2001-04 Tim Hickman 1988-90 Weldon Higginbotham 1961-63 Lowell Hill 1970-73 Marvin Hill 1997-99 Cory Hock 1994-96 Thaydeus Holden 1999-00 Darren Hopkins 2006-08 Mike Hughes 1970-73

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John Irwin

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1955-56

Rickey Jacks Bill Jackson Marlone Jackson Lee Jackson Ron Jackson Michael Jaco Ben Jacobson Jim Jacobus Mike James Mike Jeter Brian Johns Curley Johnson Edward Johnson

1986-87 1971-72 1996-00 1955-58 1991-93 1984-85 2001-02 1974-75 2010-12 1993-94 1987-90 1996-97 1991-92

Terry Johnson Johnny Johnston Chris Jones Darrell Jones Davey Jones David Jones Henry Jones Leslie Jones Monte Jones Rod Jones Tommy Jones Trennis Jones Charles Jurecka

1994-96 1958-61 1977-79 1980-81 1966-67 1986-90 1974-76 1966-68 1974-76 1996-98 1962-64 1970-73 1958-59

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Calvin Kane Richard Karnes Clarence Kea Brian Kelleybrew Tony Kelleybrew Marvin Kelly Ed Kilpatrick Lloyd Kilpatrick J.W. King Brom Knop

1979-80 1967-69 1976-80 1981-83 1983-85 1973-74 1951-54 1951-54 1953-55 1998-99

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Devon Lamb Eric Lawson Zach Lawson Mike Levy Cestrakiah Lewis Jose Lewis Steve Lewis Jeremy Long Terry Long Donte Lopez Jack Lynch Tre Lynch

2010-12 1995-98 1987-88 2004-05 1976-80 1991-92 1974-77 2004-06 1980-82 2009-10 1964-66 2010-12

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Phillip Mack Shane Mahoney Nolton Malveaux Carl Malvo Bobby Manheimer Ed Manuel

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Glen Marks Paul Marks Reggie Mathis Ola Matti Royce McCain Karl McCauley B.J. McClendon Bobby McClure Brian McCormack Malcolm McCreight Aaron McFadden John McGilvra Jerry McKeller Wayne McKinney Bob McQueen Brandon McThay James Mellard Roy Menesse John Mertz Gary Miksch Norman Miksch Anthony Miles George Milhouse Owen Miller Ike Mills Kenneth Minkins Donley Minor Donnell Minton Rhon Mitchell Wayne Moore Dean Morrison D.J. Muepo Anthony Murphy Durand Murray Stephen Musa

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Justin Nabors James Nance Vincenzo Nelson Shannon Nero Kevin Newman Wesley Newman Jim Nicholson Lester Nickerson Alfred Nickson

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VARSITY LETTERWINNERS Sebastian Norman Jim Nowicki Ronald Nunnery Lawrence Nwevo

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Frank Obudo Mike Olliver Brad Olson Mark O’Neal Al Osina Moses Owen

1997-99 1977-81 1982-84 1972-74 1967-70 1989-90

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Matt Pace Kenny Page Jerry Parker Kenneth Perkins James Perrin Robert Perry Terrell Petteway J.W. Phelps Tommy Poe David Post Art Prevost Duane Pritchett John Lews Prien Clay Purswell

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Mike Quebedeaux

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2011-pres. 1974-77 1996-98 2005-10

Joey Ray Daryl Reed Tim Reels John Remza David Reynard Joe Pat Rhodes Calvin Rice Dave Richardson Jimmy Richardson Mike Ridgway David Riives T.J. Riley Kenneth Roach Gary Roberts Eddie Robinson

2008-09 1971-74 1961-64 1980-84 1993-95 1961-62 1999-04 1954-56 1962-63 1967-70 1987-89 1989-90 1971-74 1972-75 1969-70 2000-01 1989-91 1995-96 1963-65 1956-57 1965-67 1988-92 1981-82 1965-68 2000-02 1967-68 2008-09 1955-57 1971-72 1999-03

Lamont Robinson Fred Romero Tyler Ropp Harry Roscoe Brian Rowan Landon Rowe Ronnie Rucker Mike Rutter

1981-84 1964-66 1998-99 1990-91 2000-04 1996-00 1961-63 1978-80

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Arnold Saltzman Anthony Sampson Lamar Sanders Ray Sansom Elwyn Seay Cecil Sellers Tom Sewell Terry Sheffield V.H. Shelton Bob Shepherd Don Simmons Dean Sinclair David Smith J.C. Smith Kevin Smith Richard Smith Tommy Smith Ozzie Smith-Bey Nicky Snell Kenyon Spears Larry Stephenson Jerry Sterling Ivan Stone Bobby Straface Darrin Sublet Matt Sundblad Jeff Surrat

1954-56 1986-87 2006-08 2006-07 1954-58 1964-66 1981-84 1952-53 1998-00 1958-60 1954-55 1957-58 1964-66 1955-58 2003-06 1961-64 1990-92 1994-96 1980-83 1997-01 1977-81 1970-71 1985-87 1993-94 1983-85 1995-99 1994-95

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Pat Tart Homer Taylor Horace Taylor Craig Theriot Hank Thomas Bob Thompson Anthony Todd Currye Todd

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Earl Touchstone Rian Townsend Victor Trahan Billy Tubbs Dan Turner Howard Turner

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Joe Ben Vaughn Keith Veney

1953-54 1993-94 1989-90 1955-57 1951-52 198X-8X 1956-59 1992-94

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Jerry Wade 1964-65 Steve Wade 1968-72 Lucas Wagler 1994-96 Mike Wallace 1980-81 Ray Walton 1951-54 Wayne Weaver 1966-67 Hondo Webb 2012-13 Wayne Wedgeworth 1957-58 Jules Wells 1984-88 Ronnie Wennberg 1982-83 Justin Wesley 2009-10 Roy West 1953-56 Brad Westbrook 1988-91 Brennen White 1999-00 Blake Whittle 2003-06 Freddie Williams 1987-89 Greg Williams 1981-83 Robert Williams 1978-80 Skyler Williams 2008-09 Wayne Williams 1955-59 Willie Williams 1960-62 Puntus Wilson 1984-85 Willie Wilson 1962-65 Marvin Wills 1951-52, 54-55 Rock Winston 1997-99 Bruce Withers 1953-54 Tristan Worrell 2007-09 Ray Wright 1963-65

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Brooks Ybarra

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John Zerko George Zurenda

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS POINTS

name yrs 1. Mike Olliver 1977-81 2. B.B. Davis 1977-81 3. James Gulley 1984-88 4. Clarence Kea 1976-80 5. Atiim Browne 1990-94 6. Tom Sewell 1981-84 7. Anthony Miles 2008-12 8. Phil Endicott 1966-70 9. Richard Smith 1961-64 10. Johnny Johnston 1958-61

gms 122 119 113 117 113 89 126 94 80 72

avg total 20.6 2,518 17.5 2,084 16.2 1,832 15.5 1,814 14.1 1,592 16.8 1,496 11.8 1,487 14.4 1,349 16.9 1,348 18.4 1,327

REBOUNDS

name yrs gms avg total 1. Clarence Kea 1976-80 117 9.8 1,143 2. B.B. Davis 1977-81 119 9.4 1,122 3. James Gulley 1984-88 113 8.6 967 4. Don Bryson 1962-63 75 12.4 931 5. Lewis Arline 1999-03 87 7.8 917 6. Kenneth Perkins 1980-84 120 7.6 912 7. Johnny Johnston 1958-61 72 12.6 908 8. James Nicholson 1966-70 87 8.6 750 9. Bob Thompson 1954-57 74 9.9 729 10. Wayne Moore 1966-69 70 10.3 718

FIELD GOALS

name yrs gms pct total 1. Mike Olliver 1977-81 122 48.7 1,130 2. B.B. Davis 1977-81 119 47.8 881 3. James Gulley 1984-88 113 52.9 719 4. Clarence Kea 1976-80 117 51.5 688 5. Tom Sewell 1981-84 89 52.9 627 6. Phil Endicott 1966-70 94 48.1 545 7. Richard Smith 1961-64 80 45.9 544 8. Johnny Johnston 1958-61 72 49.1 499 9. Kenneth Perkins 1980-84 120 52.6 495 10. Atiim Browne 1990-94 113 42.5 494

3-POINTERS

name yrs gms pct total 1. Matt Sundblad 1995-99 100 38.4 192 2. Raymond Anthony 2003-05 58 36.7 175 3. Keith Veney 1992-94 54 37.3 168 4. David Jones 1986-90 116 42.9 162 5. Ron Austin 1999-03 113 36.2 155 6. Alan Daniels 2004-06 60 33.7 152 7. Atiim Browne 1990-94 113 37.2 147 8. Terry Bridgeman 1990-92 58 38.2 146 9. Brandon Chappell 2004-07 81 39.4 140 10. Damany Hendrix 2001-03 56 35.2 126

5. Ron Coleman 1994-97 6. Jim Nicholson 1966-70 7. Johnny Johnston 1958-61 8. B.B. Davis 1977-81 9. Kenneth Perkins 1980-84 10. Ray Walton 1951-54

81 87 72 119 120 69

486 451 583 484 465 489

346 334 329 322 309 304

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

name yrs gms fg-fga pct 1. Lamar Sanders 2006-08 62 295-479 61.5 2. Elton Hayes 1970-73 57 280-470 59.6 3. Lewis Arline 1999-03 114 368-658 55.9 4. Brian Kelleybrew 1981-83 60 256-460 55.7 5. Don Bryson 1962-65 75 435-791 55.0 6. Freddie Williams 1987-89 52 262-483 54.2 7. Anthony Todd 1983-86 84 335-632 53.0 8. Tom Sewell 1981-84 89 627-1185 52.9 9. James Gulley 1984-87 82 516-972 52.9 10. Kenneth Perkins 1980-84 120 495-940 52.7 (MINIMUM 400 ATTEMPTS)

3-POINT PERCENTAGE

name yrs gms 3p-3pa pct 1. David Jones 86-90 116 162-378 42.9 2. Brian Bolden 87-89 59 93-223 41.7 3. Darren Hopkins 06-08 62 113-278 40.6 4. Brandon Chappell 04-07 81 140-355 39.4 5. Currye Todd 06-08 61 111-288 38.5 6. Matt Sundblad 95-99 100 192-500 38.4 7. Terry Bridgeman 90-92 58 146-382 38.2 8. Brandon McThay 05-09 80 89-236 37.7 9. Keith Veney 92-94 54 168-450 37.3 10. Atiim Browne 90-94 113 147-395 37.2 (MINIMUM 200 ATTEMPTS)

9. Norman Bellard 1976-79 10. Terry Johnson 1994-96 Anthony Bledsoe 1987-91

BLOCKS

name yrs 1. Jason Grant 2002-06 2. B.B. Davis 1977-81 3. Kenneth Perkins 1980-84 4. Thomas Fairley 2004-06 5. Coy Custer 2007-11 6. Osas Ebomwonyi 2010-12 Marlone Jackson 1996-00 8. Lewis Arline 1999-03 9. Jay Brown 2007-09 10. Daryl Reed 1989-91

72 54 87

3.8 5.1 3.1

gms avg total 114 1.7 196 119 1.4 170 120 1.1 133 55 1.9 105 101 0.9 93 62 1.4 85 112 0.8 85 114 0.7 79 55 1.4 78 56 1.4 76

STEALS

name yrs gms avg total 1. Atiim Browne 1990-94 113 1.9 216 2. Mike Olliver 1977-81 122 1.7 206 3. Anthony Bledsoe 1987-91 87 2.0 176 4. David Jones 1986-90 116 1.4 166 5. Anthony Miles 2008-12 126 1.2 146 5. Alvin Brooks 1979-81 63 2.3 143 6. Norman Bellard 1976-79 72 1.9 140 7. Terry Johnson 1994-96 54 2.5 136 8. Alan Daniels 2004-06 60 2.2 130 Lamont Robinson 1981-84 89 1.5 130 10. James Nance 1983-87 118 1.0 122 Tom Sewell 1981-84 89 1.4 122

GAMES PLAYED

name Miles FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. 2. Anthony Donley Minor name yrs gms ft-fta pct 3. Mike Olliver 1. Matt Sundblad 1995-99 100 230-265 86.8 4. Kenneth Perkins 2. Raymond Anthony 2003-05 58 187-218 85.8 5. B.B. Davis 3. Kenny Dawkins 2007-08 55 185-217 85.3 6. James Nance 4. Tommy Dreessen 1968-71 67 175-207 84.5 7. Clarence Kea 5. Atiim Browne 1990-94 113 457-575 79.5 8. David Jones 6. Anthony Miles 2008-12 126 476-603 78.9 9. Stan Brown 7. Tom Sewell 1981-84 89 242-311 77.8 10. Jason Grant 8. Wayne Aaron 1957-61 79 181-233 77.7 Eddie Robinson 9. Alvin Brooks 1979-81 63 239- 312 76.6 Lewis Arline 10. David Jones 1986-90 116 211-276 76.4 (MINIMUM 200 ATTEMPTS)

yrs games 2008-12 126 2009-13 125 1977-81 122 1980-84 120 1977-81 119 1983-87 118 1976-80 117 1986-90 116 2009-13 115 2002-06 114 1999-03 114 1999-03 114

ASSISTS

yrs starts 1980-84 119 1977-81 115 1976-80 115 1986-90 115 1977-81 114 1990-94 111 2008-12 105 1984-88 103

1. 2. FREE THROWS 3. name yrs gms att made 4. 1. Anthony Miles 2008-12 126 603 476 5. 2. Atiim Browne 1990-94 113 575 457 6. 3. Clarence Kea 1976-80 117 695 438 7. 4. Don Bryson 1961-65 75 531 370 8.

GAMES STARTED

name yrs gms avg total Atiim Browne 1990-94 113 5.7 641 Alvin Brooks 1979-81 63 6.9 432 Anthony Miles 2008-12 126 3.3 416 David Jones 1986-90 116 3.5 411 Eddie Robinson 1999-03 114 3.4 383 Mike Olliver 1977-81 122 2.8 344 Lamont Robinson 1981-84 89 3.4 304 Lowell Hill 1970-73 72 4.0 290

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name 1. Kenneth Perkins 2. B.B. Davis Clarence Kea David Jones 5. Mike Olliver 6. Atiim Browne 7. Anthony Miles 8. James Gulley

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS POINTS

name 1. Alan Daniels 2. Mike Olliver 3. Tom Sewell 4. Mike Olliver 5. Mike Olliver 6. B.B. Davis 7. Alan Daniels 8. James Gulley 9. Earl Dow 10. Johnny Johnston

yrs 2005-06 1978-79 1983-84 1978-79 1980-81 1978-79 2004-05 1986-87 1968-69 1960-61

pts 730 716 710 704 670 651 576 573 560 558

SCORING AVERAGE name 1. Alan Daniels 2. Earl Dow 3. Don Bryson 4. Luke Adams 5. Tom Sewell 6. Mike Olliver 7. Mike Olliver 8. Mike Olliver 9. Johnny Johnston 10. B.B. Davis

yrs 2005-06 1968-69 1964-65 1970-71 1983-84 1980-81 1978-79 1979-80 1960-61 1978-79

avg 23.5 23.3 23.2 23.0 22.9 22.3 22.0 21.7 20.7 20.3

FIELD GOALS name 1. Mike Olliver 2. Mike Olliver 3. Mike Olliver 4. Tom Sewell 5. B.B. Davis 6. Alan Daniels 7. Luke Adams 8. Tom Sewell 9. James Gulley Jerry Everett

yrs total 1978-79 326 1979-80 311 1980-81 297 1983-84 287 1978-79 283 2005-06 250 1970-71 236 1982-83 232 1986-87 226 1984-85 226

3-POINTERS name 1. Keith Veney 2. Raymond Anthony 3. Raymond Anthony Matt Sundblad 5. Terry Bridgeman 6. Alan Daniels 7. Quincy Dockins David Jones 9. Alan Daniels 10. Brandon Chappell

yrs total 1992-93 106 2003-04 94 2004-05 81 1998-99 81 1990-91 78 2004-05 77 1992-93 76 1989-90 76 2005-06 75 2006-07 73

FREE THROWS name 1. Anthony Miles 2. Johnny Johnston 3. Alan Daniels 4. Don Bryson 5. James Gulley 6. Tom Sewell 7. Damany Hendrix 8. Clarence Kea James Nicholson Ray Walton

yrs total 2011-12 181 1960-61 156 2005-06 155 1964-65 143 1987-88 139 1983-84 136 2001-02 134 1978-79 133 1967-68 133 1953-54 133

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE name 1. Elton Hayes 2. Lamar Sanders 3. George Milhouse 4. Larry Augsburger 5. Tommy Smith 6. Don Bryson 7. Lamar Sanders 8. Mike Wallace 9. Lewis Arline 10. Brian Kelleybrew

yrs 1972-73 2007-08 1983-84 1962-63 1990-91 1964-65 2006-07 1980-81 2001-02 1981-82

pct 65.8 64.2 63.1 62.8 62.0 61.1 59.3 59.3 59.2 59.1

REBOUNDING AVERAGE name 1. Johnny Johnston 2. Don Bryson 3. Odis Booker 4. Bob Shepherd 5. Bob Shepherd 6. Wayne Moore 7. Odis Booker 8. Claude Gilson 9. Elton Hayes 10. Henry Jones Don Bryson

ASSISTS

name 1. Alvin Brooks 2. Atiim Browne 3. Atiim Browne 4. Alvin Brooks 5. Lamont Robinson 6. Norman Bellard 7. Terry Johnson 8. Eddie Robinson 9. Anthony Miles 10. Atiim Browne

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE STEALS name yrs pct 1. Matt Sundblad 2. Raymond Anthony 3. Joey Ray 4. Norman Bellard 5. Matt Sundblad 6. Kenny Dawkins 7. Anthony Miles 8. Wayne Aaron 9. David Jones 10. Atiim Browne

1997-98 2003-04 2000-01 1977-78 1998-99 2008-09 2010-11 1960-61 1988-89 1992-93

REBOUNDS name 1. Johnny Johnston 2. Bob Shepherd 3. B.B. Davis 4. Don Bryson 5. Clarence Kea 6. Clarence Kea 8. Odis Booker 9. Lamar Sanders 10. James Gulley

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yrs total 1960-61 421 1959-60 355 1978-79 344 1964-65 343 1978-79 332 1979-80 328 1965-66 324 2006-07 315 1987-88 312

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name 1. Alvin Brooks 2. Terry Johnson 3. Alan Daniels 4. Norman Bellard 5. Gil Goodrich 6. Shawn Copes 7. Jerry Everett 8. Terry Johnson 9. Anthony Bledsoe 10. Atiim Browne Atiim Browne George Milhouse Mike Olliver

BLOCKS

name 1. B.B. Davis 2. Jason Grant 3. Thomas Fairley 4. Jay Brown 5. Osas Ebomwonyi 6. Jason Grant 7. Dave Richardson 8. Coy Custer 9. Daryl Reed 10. Randy Gray

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avg 15.6 14.9 14.4 12.9 12.7 12.6 12.5 12.0 11.5 11.4 11.4

yrs total 1980-81 249 1991-92 197 1992-93 195 1979-80 183 1983-84 150 1978-79 149 1994-95 148 2001-02 145 2011-12 142 1990-91 138

yrs total 1979-80 81 1994-95 73 2005-06 72 1978-79 68 2003-04 66 1991-92 65 1984-85 64 1995-96 63 1988-89 62 1991-92 61 1990-91 61 1983-84 61 1980-81 61

yrs total 1979-80 75 2003-04 71 2005-06 70 2008-09 66 2011-12 63 2002-03 52 1981-82 48 2009-10 47 1990-91 45 1982-83 43

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INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS POINTS

3-POINTERS

REBOUNDS

3-POINT ATTEMPTS

name total 1. Mike James 52 vs. Louisiana College, 1/4/11 2. Mike Olliver 50 at Portland State, 1/12/80 3. Don Heller 48 vs. McNeese State, 2/12/64 4. Richard Smith 45 at Sul Ross State, 2/24/62 5. Keith Veney 42 at Prairie View A&M, 2/3/93 6. Alan Daniels 41 at Memphis, 11/28/05 Keith Veney 41 at UALR, 2/11/93 Jerry McKeller 41 at UT Arlington, 2/14/67 9. Alan Daniels 40 at ULM, 2/25/06 Jerry McKeller 40 vs. Arkansas State, 2/20/67

name total 1. Odis Booker 28 at Texas Wesleyan, 12/11/65 2. Steve Wade 27 vs. Oral Roberts, 1/25/72 3. Don Bryson 26 vs. Southern Miss, 1/18/65 4. Justin Nabors 24 vs. Louisiana College, 12/9/09 Adrian Caldwell 24 vs. UT Pan American, 2/4/89 Clarence Kea 24 vs. Texas Lutheran, 12/10/77 Luke Adams 24 at UT Arlington, 2/13/71 Don Bryson 24 vs. Trinity, 2/7/64 9. Odis Booker 23 vs. Central Missouri, 12/29/66 Johnny Johnston 23 vs. ULM, 12/12/60

FIELD GOALS

name total 1. Mike Olliver 22 at Portland State, 1/12/80 2. Jerry McKeller 19 at UT Arlington, 2/14/67 3. Mike James 18 vs. Louisiana College, 1/4/11 Tom Sewell 18 vs. UT Arlington, 1/26/84 Earl Dow 18 vs. Illinois State, 12/27/67 Don Heller 18 vs. McNeese State, 2/12/64 7. Mike Olliver 17 vs. Oklahoma City, 1/3/80 Mike Olliver 17 vs. Louisville, 11/25/78 Trennis Jones 17 vs. UT Arlington, 1/15/73 Earl Dow 17 at Arkansas State, 2/17/68 Jerry McKeller 17 vs. UT Pan American, 12/1/66

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

name total 1. Earl Dow 40 vs. Abilene Christian, 3/3/69 2. Jerry McKeller 37 at UT Arlington, 2/14/67 Jerry McKeller 37 vs. UT Pan American, 12/1/66 4. Mike James 35 vs. Louisiana College, 1/4/11 Mike Olliver 35 at Portland State, 1/12/80 Luke Adams 35 at UT Arlington, 2/13/71 7. Trennis Jones 33 vs. UT Arlington, 1/15/73

name total 1. Mike James 11 vs. Louisiana College, 1/4/11 Keith Veney 11 at UALR, 2/11/93 Keith Veney 11 at Prairie View A&M, 2/3/93 4. Matt Sundblad 9 vs. Loyola (N.O.), 12/2/98 Quincy Dockins 9 vs. Louisiana Tech, 2/28/93 6. Brandon Davis 8 vs. Central Arkansas, 1/7/12 Raymond Anthony 8 vs. ULM, 1/29/05 David Jones 8 at LSU, 12/4/89 9. Alan Daniels 7 at ULM, 2/25/06 Terry Bridgeman 7 vs. Sam Houston State, 12/4/90

name total 1. Keith Veney 22 at UALR, 2/11/93 2. Mike James 21 vs. Louisiana College, 1/4/11 3. Keith Veney 18 at Prairie View A&M, 2/3/93 4. Alan Daniels 17 at Memphis, 11/28/05 5. Keith Veney 16 vs. New Orleans, 2/18/93 6. Raymond Anthony 15 at UTSA, 3/8/05 Raymond Anthony 15 vs. ULM, 1/29/05 Raymond Anthony 15 at Texas State, 1/24/04 Raymond Anthony 15 vs. Hardin-Simmons, 11/25/03 Quincy Dockins 15 vs. Louisiana Tech, 2/28/93 Keith Veney 15 vs. Louisiana Tech, 2/28/93 Keith Veney 15 at South Alabama, 2/24/93 Keith Veney 15 vs. Western Kentucky, 2/6/93 David Jones 15 at LSU, 12/4/89

FREE THROWS

ASSISTS

name total 1. Alvin Brooks 21 vs. UT Pan American, 1/15/81 2. Alvin Brooks 16 at Portland State, 1/12/80 3. Jeremy Long 14 at Texas State, 2/19/05 4. Terry Johnson 13 at South Alabama, 1/7/95 Atiim Browne 13 vs. Louisiana Tech, 2/28/93 Alvin Brooks 13 vs. UT Arlington, 2/2/80 7. Kendrick Harris 12 vs. Texas State, 3/2/11 Lamar Sanders 12 vs. Louisiana Tech, 11/19/06 Malcolm McCreight 12 vs. Loyola (New Orleans) 12/2/98 Atiim Browne 12 at Western Kentucky, 1/11/93 Atiim Browne 12 vs. Prairie View A&M, 12/28/92 Lamont Robinson 12 vs. UT Arlington, 2/19/83 Alvin Brooks 12 vs. Louisiana, 2/23/80 Alvin Brooks 12 at Oklahoma, 12/17/80

STEALS

name total 1. Atiim Browne 8 vs. Sam Houston State, 12/30/91 Greg Anderson 8 vs. UT Arlington, 1/18/86 3. Skyler Williams 7 vs. Louisiana College, 11/15/08 Lamar Sanders 7 vs. Louisiana College, 12/8/07 Terry Johnson 7 at South Alabama, 1/7/95 Quincy Dockins 7 at Louisiana Tech, 1/8/94 Shawn Copes 7 vs. Sam Houston State, 12/30/91 Ike Mills 7 vs. Houston Baptist, 12/14/74

Triple Doubles

name total 1. Lucas Wagler 20 vs. UALR, 1/13/96 2. Damany Hendrix 16 vs. UT Arlington, 2/16/02 Danny Gauthier 16 vs. McNeese State, 2/27/86 Ray Walton 16 vs. East Texas Baptist, 1/9/54 5. Anthony Miles 15 at Rice, 12/17/11 Kenny Haynes 15 vs. Centenary, 2/13/68 Phil Endicott 15 vs. Louisiana, 2/8/67 Richard Smith 15 at Sul Ross State, 2/24/62 9. Lucas Wagler 14 vs. Concordia, 12/5/95 Atiim Browne 14 at Houston, 3/1/94 Atiim Browne 14 vs. Jacksonville, 1/25/93 James Gulley 14 vs. New Orleans, 2/28/87

• Lamar Sanders

11 points, 13 rebounds, 12 assists vs. Louisiana Tech, 11/19/06

20 points/20 Rebounds • Adrian Caldwell

26/20 vs. Louisiana, 2/9/89

24/21 vs. North Texas, 2/12/87

30/22 vs. West Georgia, 12/8/79

27/24 vs. Texas Lutheran, 12/10/77

39/24 at UT Arlington, 2/13/71

25/22 vs. West Florida, 12/4/69

34/26 vs. Southern Miss, 1/18/65

32/22 vs. Nicholls, 1/4/65

25/28 vs. Midwestern, 12/10/65

21/22 at Spring Hill, 12/2/64

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TEAM RECORDS SEASON RECORDS WINS

season 1. 1983-84 2. 1980-81 3. 1978-79 1982-83 2011-12

total 26 25 23 23 23

WIN PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 4. 5.

season 1983-84 1980-81 1968-69 1962-63 1963-64

POINTS

season 1. 1978-79 2. 1979-80 3. 2011-12 4. 1991-92 5. 2005-06

pct (record) .839 (26-5) .833 (25-5) .833 (20-4) .815 (22-5) .760 (19-6)

pts 2,818 2,716 2,573 2,568 2,487

SCORING AVERAGE season 1. 1964-65 2. 1963-64 3. 1971-72 4. 1992-93 5. 1978-79

avg 92.7 91.3 88.6 88.3 88.1

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED season 1. 1957-58 2. 1952-53 3. 1951-52 4. 1956-57 5. 1958-59

total 1,352 1,399 1,426 1,591 1,617

LOWEST SCORING AVERAGE ALLOWED season 1. 1982-83 2. 1981-82 3. 1952-53 4. 1957-58 5. 1951-52

avg 58.8 60.3 60.8 61.5 62.0

FIELD GOALS season 1. 1978-79 2. 1979-80 3. 1976-77 4. 1980-81 5. 1984-85

total 1,181 1,086 1,004 1,000 994

FIELD GOALS PERCENTAGE season 1. 1983-84 2. 1980-81 3. 1964-65 4. 1981-82 5. 1982-83

pct 52.6 50.6 50.4 50.2 49.8

3-POINTERS season 1. 1992-93 2. 2006-07 3. 2007-08 4. 2010-11 5. 1999-00

total 271 266 253 234 216

3-POINT PERCENTAGE season 1. 1988-89 2. 1986-87 3. 1992-93 4. 1998-99 5. 1987-88

pct 41.4 40.3 39.3 39.2 38.5

REBOUNDING AVERAGE season 1. 1965-66 2. 1976-77 3. 1962-63 4. 1977-78 5. 1971-72

avg 50.8 49.3 49.2 47.9 47.8

GAME RECORDS POINTS

total game 1. 143 at Prairie View A&M, 2/3/93 2. 141 at Portland State, 1/12/80 3. 138 vs. Prairie View A&M, 12/28/92 4. 135 at UT Arlington, 2/14/67 5. 132 vs. Centenary, 2/14/68

MARGIN OF VICTORY

total game 1. 75 vs. Mary Hardin Baylor, 12/18/96 2. 69 vs. Sam Houston State, 12/30/91 3. 62 vs. Concordia (N.Y.), 11/25/88 4. 61 vs. Prairie View A&M, 12/28/92 5. 58 vs. Lyon College, 11/12/10

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FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED total game 1. 36 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 3/4/02 2. 38 vs. Arkansas State, 2/22/82 3. 39 vs. Sul Ross State, 1/7/57 4. 40 at Rice, 12/22/99 5. 41 vs. Loyola (New Orleans), 12/19/00 41 vs. Bradley, 12/10/91 41 at McNeese State, 2/26/83 41 at Baylor, 12/11/52

FIELD GOALS

total game 1. 62 at Portland State, 1/12/80 2. 56 at UT Arlington, 2/14/67 3. 55 vs. Trinity, 12/21/76 4. 53 vs. North Texas, 1/13/79 5. 52 vs. UT Arlington, 1/26/84

FIELD GOALS PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4.

pct game .660 vs. Texas State, 2/28/59 .656 at Prairie View A&M, 1/13/82 .655 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 12/5/58 .644 vs. McNeese State, 2/27/86 .644 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1/26/81

3-POINTERS

total game 1. 23 vs. Louisiana Tech, 2/28/93 2. 20 at Prairie View A&M, 2/23/93 3. 17 vs. Louisiana College, 1/4/11 17 vs. Nicholls, 3/6/08 5. 16 vs. Nicholls, 2/1/07 16 vs. Prairie View A&M, 12/28/92

FREE THROWS

total game 1. 44 at East Texas Baptist, 1/9/54 2. 42 vs. Sam Houston State, 1/28/09 42 at TCU, 1/2/71 4. 41 vs. Concordia, 12/5/95 5 40 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2/2/63 40 vs. North Texas, 1/3/57

REBOUNDS

total game 1. 87 vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 12/18/53 2. 76 vs. Trinity, 2/13/64 3. 74 vs. UT Arlington, 12/18/61 4. 73 vs. Trinity, 2/13/65 73 at UT Arlington, 1/4/64

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