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Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-69 67-78 66-67 65-66 64-65 63-64 62-63 61-62 60-61 59-60 58-59 57-58 56-57 55-56 54-55 53-54 52-53 51-52

Scoring Leaders by Years Player G Pts Avg. Patrick Richard 31 499 16.1 Patrick Richard 59 536 12.8 Diego Kapelan 29 338 11.7 Jarvis Bradley 29 372 12.8 Jarvis Bradley 32 484 15.1 J. T. Williams 28 441 15.8 Edward Garriet 28 307 11.0 Edward Garriet 27 378 14.0 Jason Coleman 29 431 14.9 Jason Coleman 30 433 14.4 Demond Mallet 31 660 21.3 Tierre Brown 27 593 22.0 Demond Mallet 28 492 17.6 Demond Mallet 26 492 18.9 Rosell Ellis 30 555 18.5 Robert Palmer 27 453 16.1 Alvydas Pazdrazdis 27 432 16.0 Alvydas Pazdrazdis 27 355 13.2 Melvin Johnson 27 438 16.2 Derek Haywood 29 546 18.8 Derrick Turner 24 402 16.8 Anthony Pullard 26 585 22.5 Michael Cutright 30 611 20.4 Anthony Pullard 26 415 16.0 Jerome Batiste 28 613 21.9 Jerome Batiste 32 590 18.4 Joe Dumars 27 697 25.8 Joe Dumars 31 819 26.4 Joe Dumars 29 569 19.6 Joe Dumars 29 527 21.5 Kevin Ross 32 689 21.5 David Lawrence 27 557 20.6 David Lawrence 27 604 22.4 David Lawrence 28 435 15.5 Chirley McLaurin 27 475 17.6 Edmond Lawrence 27 606 22.4 Edmond Lawrence 24 509 21.2 Henry Ray 25 458 18.3 Henry Ray 26 509 19.6 George Murphy 24 479 19.9 George Murphy 24 499 20.8 George Murphy 20 385 19.2 George Boyd 20 335 16.0 Dean Glenn 25 384 15.4 Dean Glenn 22 418 19.0 Tom Wunder 23 279 12.1 Clyde Briley 24 608 24.3 Clyde Briley 26 516 19.8 Jimmie Shields 25 474 19.0 Jimmie Shields 24 324 13.5 Stan Kernan 21 504 24.0 Don Troutman 26 375 14.4 Stan Kernan 20 387 19.4 Stan Kernan 23 423 18.3 Frank Glenn 26 427 16.4 Bill Reigel 36 1220 33.9 Roy Moore 29 553 19.0 Roy Moore 20 419 20.9 Dick Miller 30 519 17.3 Dick Miller 22 344 15.6

Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91

Rebound Leaders by Years Player G Reb. P. J. Alawoya 32 330 P. J. Alawoya 87 500 P. J. Alawoya 29 213 Jarvis Bradley 29 210 Jarvis Bradley 32 235 Quentin Gonzales 27 159 Aldryan Wardell 28 138 Jerrick Oliver 27 173 Damond Williams 29 184 Fred Gentry 30 217 Fred Gentry 31 195 Fred Gentry 27 230 Franklin Paul 23 186 Franklin Paul 20 151 Rosell Ellis 30 229 Rosell Ellis 26 162 Fab Flournoy 24 139 Martin Yokum 27 224 Michael St. Julien 27 233 Melvin Johnson 29 237 Derrick Turner 24 205

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Avg. 10.3 5.7 7.3 7.2 7.3 5.9 4.9 6.4 6.3 7.2 6.3 8.5 8.1 7.6 7.6 6.2 5.8 8.3 8.6 8.2 8.5

LEADERS
BY
YEARS

89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-69 67-68 66-67 65-66 64-65 63-64 62-63 61-62 60-61 59-60 58-59 57-58 56-57 55-56 54-55 53-54 52-53

Anthony Pullard Anthony Pullard Anthony Pullard Jerome Batiste Jerome Batiste Chris Hardin Chris Hardin Chris Hardin Fred Chaffould Kevin Ross David Lawrence David Lawrence John Rudd John Rudd John Rudd John Rudd Edmond Lawrence Edmond Lawrence George Murphy George Murphy George Murphy George Boyd George Boyd Ed Green J. C. Warren Jerry Mullins Ed Barrilleaux Jimmie Shields Al Nesmith Al Nesmith John Riddle Al Nesmith Frank Glenn Frank Glenn Frank Glenn Frank Glenn Roy Moore Dick Miller

26 29 26 28 32 28 25 29 22 32 27 27 27 27 24 24 25 26 24 24 20 22 22 22 22 22 16 25 24 23 25 21 15 26 36 31 20 30

237 219 212 257 276 236 178 215 243 329 260 343 285 285 328 301 277 323 264 211 163 239 260 232 124 104 117 152 170 201 222 117 165 353 451 383 176 172

Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-69 67-68 66-67

FT PCT. Leaders by Years Player FTA FTM Diego Kapelan 104 92 Stephan Martin 48 42 Diego Kapelan 51 42 John Ford 82 67 John Ford 112 93 Jarvis Bradley 54 48 Edward Garriet 39 35 Monte’ Farmer 28 26 Jason Coleman 73 60 Chauncey Bryant 81 60 Demond Mallet 152 121 Tierre Brown 177 129 Demond Mallet 102 87 Demond Mallet 75 64 Demond Mallet 37 28 Tommy Mumford 85 63 Damon Wordlaw 68 51 Darrik Clark 92 78 Paul Wallace 65 59 Binky Barrentine 38 34 Bobby Straface 33 28 Danny Servick 74 57 Dwayne Davis 69 58 Dwayne Davis 54 44 Jerome Batiste 184 145 Kenny Jimerson 95 76 Joe Dumars 230 201 Joe Dumars 324 267 Guy McInnis 70 52 Joe Dumars 160 115 Mack Golden 51 41 Manuel Dugas 50 37 David Lawrence 200 152. Chirley McLaurin 63 52 Rod Viebig 65 51 John Rudd 85 62 Larry Oney 39 28 David Wallace 19 15 Henry Ray 125 87 David Wallace 59 46 John Shackleton 94 72. Mike Chapman 51 40 Kent Andrews 75 66 *Kent Andrews 90 85 Kent Andrews 110 101

9.1 7.6 8.2 9.2 8.6 8.4 7.1 7.4 11.0 10.3 9.6 12.7 10.7 10.7 13.7 12.5 11.1 12.4 10.6 8.8 8.2 11.4 11.8 10.5 5.6 4.7 7.4 6.1 7.0 8.8 8.9 5.6 11.0 13.5 12.5 12.4 8.8 5.7

PCT. .885 .875 .824 .817 .830 .889 .897 .929 .822 .741 .796 .729 .853 .863 .757 .741 .750 .848 .908 .895 .848 .770 .840 .815 .788 .800 .852 .824 .743 .718 .803 .740 .760 .760 .785 .729 .718 .789 .696 .779 .766 .784 .880 .944 .918

65-66 Ellis Boyd 64-65 Clyde Briley 63-64 Clyde Briley 62-63 Jimmie Shields 61-62 Jimmie Shields 60-61 Stan Kernan 59-60 Don Troutman 58-59 Stan Kernan 57-58 Stan Kernan 56-57 Stan Kernan 55-56 Bill Reigel 54-55 Bill Stoops 53-54 Hugh Cole 52-53 Jerry Doland *-led nation Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-83 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-69 67-68 66-67 65-66 64-65 63-64 62-63 61-62 60-61 59-60 58-59 57-58 56-57 55-56

125 286 217 248 152 241 129 200 201 193 493 88 86 67

102 260 192 182 114 214 103 153 159 147 370 62 73 50

FG PCT. Leaders by Years Player Fga Fgm P. J. Alawoya 216 130 Will Morning 138 76 Kleon Penn 154 99 Kleon Penn 132 81 Jarvis Bradley 363 187 Darris Manciel 102 55 Bryce May 92 57 Jerrick Oliver 166 100 Monte’ Farmer 122 64 Fred Gentry 207 124 Raynell Brewer 123 65 Fred Gentry 261 139 Adrian Floyd 256 121 McKinley Clark 113 67 Rosell Ellis 319 213 Rosell Ellis 244 135 Fab Flournoy 151 86 Fab Flournoy 206 106 Michael St. Julien 191 104 Derek Haywood 397 186 Derrick Turner 267 161 Derrick Turner 197 110 Mark Thompson 268 158 Anthony Pullard 337 178 Jerome Batiste 416 234 Jerome Batiste 145 81 Jerome Batiste 319 118 Kenny Jimerson 262 133 Martinez Grimes 191 107 Ben Scarborough 235 135 David Lawrence 145 101 David Lawrence 356 226 David Lawrence 329 182 John Rudd 270 139 Edmond Lawrence 500 261 Larry Oney 202 103 Curtis St. Mary 320 175 Curtis St. Mary 254 137 Bertel Reder 99 52 John Shackleton 237 129 Dan Leslie 73 37 John Hawkins 101 49 George Boyd 213 108 Ed Green 226 106 Tom Wunder 201 98 Clyde Briley 346 174 Tom Wunder 265 132 Lou Zytiewiez 201 96 John Riddile 160 98 Al Nesmith 164 88 Al Nesmith 206 108 Don Troutman 195 93 Huey Oliff 180 83 Frank Glenn 315 150 Bill Reigel 855 425

.815 .909 .885 .734 .750 .888 .798 .765 .791 .762 .751 .705 .848 .747

Pct. .602 .551 .643 .614 .515 .539 .620 .602 .525 .599 .528 .533 .473 .593 .668 .553 .570 .515 .545 .469 .603 .558 .589 .528 .562 .558 .538 .507 .560 .574 .696 .634 .523 .515 .522 .509 .546 .539 .525 .544 .506 .485 .507 .469 .488 .503 .498 .478 .613 .537 .524 .477 .461 .476 .498

Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-79 67-68 66-67 Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97

Assist Leaders by Years Player G Ast. C. J. Collins 33 115 C. J. Collins 27 89 C. J. Collins 29 93 John Ford 29 90 John Ford 31 103 John Ford 28 74 John Ford 28 105 Eldridge Lewis 27 116 Eldridge Lewis 28 120 Chauncey Bryant 30 152 Chauncey Bryant 27 104 Tierre Brown 27 121 Chauncey Bryant 16 60 Tierre Brown 26 88 Rosell Ellis 30 116 Pointer Williams 27 200 Paul Curtis 27 155 Darrik Clark 27 127 Darrik Clark 27 95 Bobby Straface 27 87 Danny Servick 27 127 Danny Servick 27 134 Terry Griggley 20 94 Dwayne Davis 28 108 Ronald Sykes 28 114 Girard Harmon 30 243 Girard Harmon 28 184 David Green 31 162 David Green 29 115 David Green 29 110 David Green 32 218 D. Lawrence 27 69 Mack Golden 27 69 Ray Baggett 27 101 Rod Viebig 28 120 Rod Viebig 27 120 Glen Hanks 25 106 Bertel Reder 17 47 Bertel Reder 25 119 Bertel Reder 26 99 Bertel Reder 20 56 Dan Leslie 24 76 Dan Leslie 21 64 George Boyd 21 73 Dean Glenn 25 60 Kent Andrews 22 64

LEADERS
BY
YEARS Avg. 3.5 3.2 3.2 3.1 3.3 2.6 3.9 3.0 4.3 5.1 3.8 4.5 3.8 3.4 3.2 7.4 5.7 4.7 3.5 3.2 4.7 5.0 4.7 3.8 4.1 8.1 6.6 5.1 3.9 3.8 6.8 2.6 2.6 3.7 4.3 4.3 4.2 2.8 4.9 3.6 2.8 3.2 3.0 3.5 2.4 2.9

3-Pt Field Goal Leaders by Years Player Fga Fgm Pct. Diego Kapelan 239 86 .360 Diego Kapelan 214 86 .402 Diego Kapelan 202 70 .347 John Ford 108 46 .426 Troy Aaron 101 34 .337 Dwight Boatner 99 42 .424 Edward Garriet 166 66 .398 Edward Garriet 231 89 .385 Jason Coleman 237 87 .367 Jason Coleman 217 76 .350 Jason Coleman 79 33 .418 Jason Coleman 161 71 .441 Demond Mallet 221 75 .339 Demond Mallet 258 94 .364 Demond Mallet 110 50 .455

94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87

Damon Wordlaw Damon Wordlaw Darrik Clark Paul Wallace Bobby Straface Jay Cook Michael Cutright Tab Harris Michael Cutright

229 200 135 150 68 150 143 99 143

87 70 49 60 18 53 50 43 50

.380 .350 .363 .400 .265 .353 .349 .434 .349

Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73

Blocked Shot Leaders by Years Player G Bkd Preston David 32 43 Patrick Richard 30 22 Kleon Penn 29 102 Kleon Penn 29 117 Kleon Penn 32 48 J. T. Williams 28 22 Aldryan Wardell 28 19 Jerrick Oliver 27 30 Adrian Johnson 29 52 Raynell Brewer 29 70 Raynell Brewer 26 68 Fred Gentry 27 42 Fred Gentry 28 32 McKinley Clark 26 21 Jason Wallace 29 46 Donald Fisher 27 20 Fab Flournoy 27 23 Martin Yokum 27 48 Martin Yokum 27 65 Kevin Thibodeaux 29 41 Martin Yokum 27 52 Derrick Turner 26 23 Mark Thompson 30 27 Anthony Pullard 26 14 Jerome Batiste 28 24 Jerome Batiste 32 33 Chris Hardin 28 21 Jerome Batiste 27 25 Fred Chaffould 13 21 Fred Chaffould 22 21 Ben Scarborough 32 44 David Lawrence 27 39 David Lawrence 27 66 David Lawrence 28 28 David Lawrence 27 33 Ed. Lawrence 27 81 Ed. Lawrence 24 59 Ed. Lawrence 25 85 Ed. Lawrence 26 106

Avg. 1.3 0.73 3.5 4.0 1.5 0.8 0.7 1.1 1.8 2.4 2.6 1.6 1.1 0.8 1.6 0.7 0.8 1.8 2.4 1.4 1.9 0.1 0.9 0.5 0.8 1.0 0.78 0.9 1.6 0.9 1.4 1.4 2.4 1.0 1.2 3.0 2.4 3.4 4.1

Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98

Steal Leaders by Years Player G Steal Patrick Richard 31 42 Stephan Martin 30 41 C. J. Collins 29 27 Rorey Lawrence 29 37 John Ford 31 59 Dwight Boatner 20 56 Edward Garriet 28 34 Eldridge Lewis 27 39 Eldridge Lewis 28 40 Chauncey Bryant 30 68 Demond Mallet 31 66 Tierre Brown 27 45 Franklin Paul 23 65 Franklin Paul 20 49

Avg. 1.4 1.3 0.8 1.3 1.9 2.8 1.2 1.4 1.4 2.3 2.1 1.7 2.8 2.4

96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71

Rosell Ellis Pointer Williams A. Pazdrazdis Fab Flournoy Darrik Clark Derek Haywood Derek Haywood Anthony Johnson Michael Cutright Dwayne Davis Ronald Sykes Girard Harmon Joe Dumars David Green Joe Dumars David Green Chris Faggi David Lawrence David Lawrence Chris Faggi David Lawrence Rod Viebig John Rudd John Rudd Henry Ray Bertel Reder Dan Leslie

30 27 27 27 27 29 27 27 30 28 28 30 27 31 29 29 29 27 27 27 28 28 27 24 24 25

62 118 60 53 53 46 36 45 48 29 53 50 56 50 50 42 30 41 36 36 33 33 30 33 53 56

2.1 4.4 2.2 1.9 1.9 1.6 1.3 1.7 1.6 1.1 1.9 1.7 2.1 1.6 1.7 1.4 1.0 1.5 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.4 2.2 2.3

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Top Single Season Scoring Average Player G Pts Avg. Bill Reigel (55-56) 36 1220 33.9 Joe Dumars (83-84) 31 819 26.4 Joe Dumars (84-85) 27 697 25.8 Bill Reigel (54-55) 11 281 25.5 Clyde Briley (64-65) 25 608 24.3 Stan Kernan (60-61) 21 504 24.0 Anthony Pullard (89-90) 26 585 22.5 Ed. Lawrence (75-76) 27 606 22.4 David Lawrence (78-79) 27 604 22.4 Tierre Brown (99-00) 27 593 22.0 Jerome Batiste (86-87) 28 613 21.9 Kevin Ross (80-81) 32 689 21.5 Demond Mallet (00-01) 31 660 21.3 Ed. Lawrence (74-75) 24 509 21.2 Roy Moore (53-54) 20 419 20.9 George Murphy (70-71) 24 499 20.8 David Lawrence (79-80) 27 557 20.6 Michael Cutright (88-89) 30 611 20.4 Tierre Brown (00-01) 31 623 20.1 George Murphy (71-72) 26 479 19.9 Clyde Briley (63-64) 26 516 19.8 Henry Ray (71-72) 25 492 19.7 Henry Ray (72-73) 26 509 19.6 Joe Dumars (82-83) 29 569 19.6 Stan Kernan (58-59) 20 387 19.4 George Murphy (69-70) 20 385 19.2 Roy Moore (54-55) 29 553 19.0 Jimmie Shields (62-63) 25 474 19.0 Dean Glenn (66-67) 22 418 19.0

SLC CHAMPIONS

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* - home game 1951-52 (15-4) Coach: Wayne Cusic def. Northwestern St. 67-48* lost to SE Louisiana 82-65 def. USL 68-64 def. La. College 46-44* lost to Northwestern St. 94-72 def. Taylor 72-65* def. SFA 83-61* def. SE Louisiana 69-57* def. La. College 63-56 lost to Lamar 68-67 def. USL 70-55* def. Alexandria AFB 77-62 def. Northeast La. 54-49 def. Northeast La. 79-61 def. Lamar 63-56* def. Alexandria AFB 89-43* def. Northeast La. 81-59* def. Northeast La. 66-39* def. SFA 97-73 1952-53 (17-13) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Northeast La. 59-51* def. La. College 97-58 def. USL 71-65 def. E. Texas Baptist 72-69 def. SFA 72-61 def. Spring Hill 51-48* def. E. New Mexico 70-47* lost to Spring Hill 57-52 lost to Northwestern St. 54-53 lost to Lamar 56-43* lost to Centenary 68-61 lost to Northeast La. 48-47 lost to Louisiana Tech 48-45* def. La. College 62-53 def. USL 53-46* lost to Centenary 54-53* lost to Lamar 57-52 lost to Sam Houston 60-58* def. La. College 61-53* def. E. Texas Baptist 75-55* def. USL 64-39 lost to Louisiana Tech 58-57* lost to Northwestern St. 77-64* def. SFA 64-58* def. Sam Houston 57-53 lost to SE Louisiana 62-49 def. Spring Hill 62-61 lost to Louisiana Tech 53-50 1953-54 (12-12) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to E. Texas Baptist 77-74 def. E. Texas Baptist 71-56 lost to Camp Polk 62-56 def. St. Thomas 66-32 lost to Sam Houston 78-62 def. SFA 69-66 def. Camp Polk 63-55 def. Sam Houston 56-54 lost to SE Oklahoma 59-57 lost to Northwestern St. 58-51 lost to Centenary 68-59 def. USL 43-42 def. St. Thomas 57-35 lost to SFA 64-61 lost to La. College 64-61 lost to SE Louisiana 50-46 def. Northeast La. 65-54 lost to Louisiana Tech 47-39 def. USL 46-45 lost to SE Louisiana 45-42 lost to Northwestern St. 62-38 def. La. College 64-49 def. Northeast La. 57-46 def. Louisiana Tech 64-54

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ALL-TIME
RESULTS 1954-55 (17-12) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. St. Edward 76-63 lost to St. Edward 51-43 def. Arkansas State 68-58 def. Arkansas State 42-38 lost to Mississippi College 68-57 lost to E. Texas Baptist 57-50 def. E. Texas Baptist 56-53 lost to Centenary 94-72 lost to Missouri Valley 65-60 lost to Centenary 51-49 lost to Arkansas St. 87-65 def. Sam Houston 53-49 def. SE Oklahoma 63-59 def. Texas Lutheran 67-43 lost to Louisiana Tech 48-46 def. USL 67-54 def. SE Louisiana 75-70 lost to SW Texas 94-64 def. Texas Lutheran 78-60 def. La. College 82-56 lost to Northwestern St. 87-69 def. Mississippi College 82-70 lost to Northeast La. 59-54 def. Louisiana Tech 60-55 def. Northwestern St. 60-59 lost to USL 63-53 def. Northeast La. 78-58 def. SE Louisiana 58-56 def. La. College 86-64

def. East Texas State 62-46* def. Sul Ross 83-45* def. Arkansas A&M 75-67 def. Mississippi Col. 57-40 def. S. Arkansas St. 82-59* def. SW Texas 77-73* lost to SFA 44-41* def. East Texas State 55-52 def. USL 88-46 def. Northwestern St. 52-41 def. SE Louisiana 73-47* def. Louisiana Tech 61-51* def. La. College 79-57* def. La. College 72-60 def. Northwestern State 82-55* def. Northeast La. 86-59* def. Mississippi Col 72-51* lost to Centenary 69-65 def. Louisiana Tech 49-41 def. USL 56-40* lost to Northeast La. 76-67 lost to SE Louisiana 64-59

lost to E. Tennessee 63-58* lost to Southwest Texas 56-55* def. Florence State 50-48* def. Delta State 50-40* lost to USL 60-59* lost to E. Texas St. 63-47* def. MacMurray 50-43* def. SFA 27-18* def. Louisiana Tech 62-52* lost toUSL 55-51 lost to NW St. 59-57 (2OT)* lost to SE Louisiana 34-29 def. Northeast La. 57-50* def. La. College 50-36 def. E. Texas Baptist 59-34 def. Nicholls St. 78-67* lost to Louisiana Tech 46-45 def. Hardin-Simmons 71-42* lost to USL 58-56 (OT)* lost to SE Louisiana 46-43* lost to NW State 69-59 lost to Northeast La. 63-54

1955-56 (33-3) National Champions - NAIA GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. St. Edward 70-46 def. St. Edward 66-45 def. Hope College 94-65 def. McKendree College 54-46 def. Presbyterian Col. 61-59 def. Arkansas A&M 87-46 def. Arkansas A&M 86-55* def. Arkansas A&M 84-61* lost to New Mexico A&M 75-71* def. Lamar 92-51* def. SE Oklahoma 90-63* def. Sam Houston 95-64* def. Sam Houston 77-44* def. Lamar 80-47* def. SFA 72-60* def. SE Louisiana 71-68 lost to Lamar 61-60 lost to Northwestern St. 78-66 def. Louisiana Tech 70-58 def. Northwestern St. 86-67* def. La. College 88-59 def. USL 81-61 def. La. College 88-51* def. Southwest Texas 85-63* def. Northeast La. 94-62* def. USL 73-57* def. Louisiana Tech 63-58* def. SE Louisiana 92-71* def. Northeast La. 91-76 +def. Centenary 76-72 +def. Centenary 74-64* +def. Georgetown Col 88-65 +def. Central State 87-74 +def. Tennessee A&I 76-68 +def. Pittsburgh (KN) St. 78-72 +def. Texas Southern 60-55 +- NAIA tournament game

1957-58 (19-4) GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Sam Houston 68-47* lost to Miss. Southern 64-49 def. Christian Brothers 39-36* lost to Centenary 48-47* lost to Sam Houston 54-48 def. Miss. Southern 55-36* def. E. Texas Baptist 52-45* def. E. Texas State 53-50* def. Georgia Teachers 77-44* def. SFA 55-50* def. SE Louisiana 72-37* def. USL 65-57 def. Northeast La. 73-32 def. Louisiana Tech 66-57 def. William Carey 33-19* def. S. Arkansas 71-40* def. USL 69-50* lost to Northwestern St. 56-47* def. Louisiana Tech 58-55* def. Northwestern St. 64-54 def. Northeast La. 66-44* def. Centenary 62-52 def. SE Louisiana 53-41

1960-61 (16-7) GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Sam Houston 75-57 lost to SFA 58-51 def. Sam Houston 80-58* def. La. College 61-54 lost to Nicholls State 74-70 lost to E. Texas State 54-50 def. William Carey 67-54* lost to E. Texas State 63-57* def. Abilene Christian 72-61* lost to SFA 46-43* def. William Carey 73-64 def. SE Louisiana 48-25 def. NW State 63-58* def. Northeast La. 64-37 def. Louisiana Tech 61-37* def. La. College 64-56* def. SE Louisiana 62-42* def. USL 59-47* def. Nicholls St. 84-47* lost to NW State 60-59 def. Northeast La. 86-57* def. Louisiana Tech 56-41 lost to USL 72-53

1958-59 (14-7) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Sam Houston 69-57 def. Nicholls State 73-50* def. Ga. Teachers 66-55 def. E. Tennessee St. 65-60 def. Middle Tennessee 50-49 lost to Christian Brothers 57-50 def. Sam Houston 62-59* lost to E. Texas State 51-45* def. Missouri Valley 50-39* def. SE Oklahoma 51-40* lost to Northwestern St. 82-79 def. Northeast La. 67-59* lost to Louisiana Tech 74-60 def. Middle Tennessee 74-54* lost to Northeast La. 55-53 def. USL 74-68 def. SE Louisiana 64-62 (2OT)* lost to Louisiana Tech 62-41* def. Northwestern St. 52-50 (OT)* def. USL 84-70 lost to SE Louisiana 74-57

1956-57 (21-5) GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Sam Houston 56-51 lost to West Texas 61-50 def. New Mexico A&M 51-48 def. Arkansas A&M 73-39*

1959-60 (12-15) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to La. College 59-55 def. Sam Houston 55-42* def. Nicholls St. 58-52 lost to Sam Houston 47-46 lost to E. Texas Baptist 44-41

1961-62 (17-8) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Nicholls State 61-53 def. Louisiana College 59-52 def. Spring Hill 61-59 lost to Louisiana College 44-42 def. Miss. College 89-76* def. Nicholls State 47-43 def. Spring Hill 62-44* def. SFA 56-51 lost to Miss. College 63-60 def. William Carey 81-60* def. E. Texas State 53-38* def. Culver-Stockton 77-52* def. Ouachita Baptist 69-59* lost to SE Oklahoma 82-59* def. Louisiana Tech 60-54 (OT)* def. Northeast La. 77-67* lost to USL 55-47 lost to Louisiana Tech 53-45 def. NW State 73-56* lost to SE Louisiana 68-48 def. Nicholls State 79-59* lost to NW State 61-58 lost to Northeast La. 66-61 def. SE Louisiana 64-51* def. USL 54-45* 1962-63 (16-9) GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward

def. Louisiana College 62-58 def. William Carey 75-57 lost to Memphis State 80-52 def. Southern Miss 60-59 lost to SFA 49-38 lost to E. Texas Baptist 38-37 def. Nicholls St. 71-67* lost to Louisiana College 56-54 lost to Nicholls State 65-54 def. Ark. State Teachers 55-50* lost to E. Texas State 47-44 def. Ouachita Baptist 60-49* def. SFA 59-54* lost to SE Louisiana 49-41 lost to USL 51-48* def. Louisiana College 63-48* def. NW State 66-61 def. Louisiana Tech 58-53* def. NW State 67-53* def. Texas Lutheran 56-47* def. Northeast La. 75-67 def. SE Louisiana 63-50* def. USL 47-46 lost to Northeast La. 44-42 def. Louisiana Tech 54-49 1963-64 (10-16) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to SFA 52-48 def. LeTourneau 66-62 lost to Ouachita Baptist 64-56 lost to Memphis State 57-44 def. Texas Lutheran 49-44* lost to SFA 62-53* lost to NW State 63-53 lost to Nicholls St. 66-55 lost to Louisiana College 53-51 def. Georgetown (KY) 66-65* def. Louisiana College 63-58* def. E. Texas State 60-58* def. Spring Hill 57-47* lost to SE Oklahoma 71-68* lost to USL 52-50 lost to Louisiana Tech 71-61 def. Northeast La. 60-59* lost to Louisiana Tech 54-52* def. E. Texas Baptist 65-46* def. NW State 63-54* lost to USL 53-52 (OT)* lost to Lamar 70-51* lost to SE Louisiana 49-47 def. SE Louisiana 67-52* lost to Northeast La. 61-50 lost to Lamar 104-73 1964-65 (10-15) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Henderson St. 62-55 lost to Ouachita Baptist 85-61 lost to SFA 47-39* lost to Nicholls St. 60-58* lost to SFA 58-49 lost to Lamar 88-73 def. East Texas State 55-45* def. Louisiana College 72-53* def. Nicholls State 55-49 def. MacMurry (ILL) 70-56* def. SE Oklahoma 64-61* def. Louisiana Tech 65-52* lost to USL 67-56 def. NW State 52-48* def. Spring Hill 82-69* lost to SE Louisiana 74-63 lost to Southern Miss 77-72* lost to Louisiana College 56-46 lost to Northeast La. 64-63* lost to Lamar 78-69* lost to Louisiana Tech 53-51 lost to USL 55-45* lost to Northeast La. 70-60 lost to NW State 76-62 def. SE Louisiana 75-65*

* - home game 1965-66 (7-16) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Ouachita Baptist 66-65 lost to Henderson St. 86-74 lost to Spring Hill 45-33 lost to Ga. Southern 75-60* lost to Lamar 90-70 lost to SFA 71-65 lost to Northeast La. 65-62* def. E. Texas State 54-53* def. E. Central Okla. 68-57* def. Texas Lutheran 76-55* def. Northeast La. 64-51* lost to SE Louisiana 67-63 def. Louisiana Tech 70-55* lost to USL 72-48 lost to NW State 58-54 def. Nicholls St. 58-44* lost to NW State 70-69* lost to La. College 70-59 lost to Northeast La. 88-70 lost to SE Louisiana 78-62* lost to Louisiana Tech 39-35 lost to USL 69-55* lost to Nicholls St. 74-59 1966-67 (12-10) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to La. College 75-63* lost to NW State 71-63 lost to SFA 96-87 def. LeTourneau 83-66* def. Ouachita Baptist 89-72* def. SFA 74-64* def. Texas Lutheran 77-55* def. Missouri-Rolla 73-55* def. La. College 83-57* def. SE Louisiana 86-77* lost to Northeast La. 80-69 def. Louisiana Tech 55-44* lost to Nicholls State 92-66 def. LeTourneau 65-64 lost to USL 71-68* lost to La. College 75-66 def. SE Louisiana 87-83 def. Northeast La. 95-88* lost to Louisiana Tech 84-66 def. Nicholls St. 100-83 lost to USL 94-79 lost to NW State 74-64* 1967-68 (20-5) GSC Champions NCAA II Playoffs Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Houston Baptist 96-70* lost to Lamar 89-74 lost to SFA 82-71 def. La. College 87-80 def. Nicholls St. 77-61 def. Ouachita Baptist 88-54* def. Texas Lutheran 81-52* def. Culver-Stockton 112-83* def. SFA 70-67* def. NW State 93-58* def. SE Louisiana 83-70 def. Lamar 104-88* def. Northeast La. 84-76 def. Louisiana Tech 67-57 def. La. College 82-80* def. LeTourneau 80-58* def. Nicholls State 75-67* def. NW State 99-86 def. SE Louisiana 90-71* def. USL 80-79* def. Northeast La. 82-75* def. Louisiana Tech 83-77 (OT)* lost to USL 100-82 +lost to Trinity 95-78 +lost to Jackson State 75-71 + - NCAA II tournament

1968-69 (9-12) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to E. Texas State 75-69

ALL-TIME
RESULTS

def. E. Texas State 90-60* def. Nicholls St. 83-67* lost to SFA 97-87 def. Louisiana Tech 87-79* def. La. College 74-55* def. NW Missouri 80-61* def. SE Oklahoma 80-70* lost to SFA 83-78* lost to NW State 85-66 def. Northeast La. 84-79* lost to SE Louisiana 49-46 lost to USL 73-61* lost to La. College 69-63 lost to USL 86-65 def. Texas Lutheran 80-64* lost to Louisiana Tech 86-70 lost to NW State 66-65* lost to Northeast La. 88-70 def. SE Louisiana 78-72* lost to Nicholls St. 54-43 1969-70 (8-13) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to Lamar 76-66 def. West Florida 85-74* lost to SFA 99-66 lost to NW State 72-71* lost to Lamar 87-70* lost to La. College 63-57* def. SE Oklahoma 77-57* lost to SFA 59-51* def. Texas Lutheran 61-43* def. SE Louisiana 76-73* lost to Nicholls St. 72-70 lost to USL 92-65* lost to La. College 88-78 def. Louisiana Tech 77-66* lost to USL 87-62 lost to Northeast La. 70-59 lost to Louisiana Tech 77-72 lost to NW State 65-59 def. Northeast La. 64-63* def. SE Louisiana 67-59 def. Nicholls St. 79-70*

1970-71 (12-12) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to South Alabama 64-37 lost to Spring Hll 76-66 def. Southern 81-64* def. Dillard 89-66 def. SE Oklahoma 95-74* lost to Northeast La. 77-60* def. SE Louisiana 72-68 def. North Park 72-59* lost to St. Leo 98-95 (2OT)* def. Ouachita Baptist 80-67* def. Nicholls State 78-71* lost to USL 92-68 def. La. College 73-65 lost to Louisiana Tech 75-70* lost to NW State 85-78* def. Texas Lutheran 94-57* lost to USL 103-73* lost to NW State 80-70 lost to Northeast La. 73-66 (OT) def. SE Louisiana 70-63* lost to Nicholls State 85-68 def. South Alabama 75-60* def. La. College 66-64* lost to Louisiana Tech 93-80 1971-72 (15-10) Coach: Bill Reigel def. Lamar 87-80* def. Spring Hill 94-86* def. Houston Baptist 78-76 lost to Nicholls St. 81-76 def. Southwestern (TX) 96-86* lost to Louisiana Tech 108-82* lost to USL 89-80+* def. La. College 77-75* def. Lamar 87-84 lost to Louisiana Tech 114-90 def. NW State 85-71*

lost to Northeast La. 77-68* def. SE Louisiana 75-74 lost to La. College 102-88 def. Southern (NO) 120-69* def. Texas Lutheran 80-66* lost to Northeast La. 86-84 def. SE Louisiana 87-79* def. Nicholls St. 113-91* lost to USL 95-83+ lost to Houston Baptist 90-80* def. Southwestern (TX) 88-81 lost to Louisiana Tech 85-81* lost to NW State 82-80 lost to South Alabama 70-67 + - USL forfeited victories

1972-73 (21-5) Coach: Bill Reigel def. West Florida 85-74* def. Houston Baptist 81-73* def. Nicholls State 106-74* def. La. College 80-77* lost to USL 88-67* lost to SE Louisiana 75-73& def. Southern (NO) 89-83 def. Nicholls St. 103-81 def. UT Arlington 89-76* def. NW State 82-63* def. Louisiana Tech 62-60 (OT)* def. Arkansas St. 101-77* lost to UT Arlington 80-77 lost to South Alabama 66-64 def. La. College 78-76 (OT) def. Lamar 97-87 lost to Northeast La. 81-80 (OT) def. Abilene Christian 79-75 lost to USL 69-65 def. Arkansas St. 81-80 lost to Louisiana Tech 87-72 def. Northeast La. 87-71* def. Abilene Christian 92-79* def. NW State 70-64 def. Lamar 85-79* def. SE Louisiana 86-69 1973-74 (20-5) Coach: Bill Reigel lost to Centenary 82-72 def. SFA 84-69 def. Houston Baptist 84-78 def. NW State 80-79 (3OT)* def. SE Louisiana 77-64 def. Nicholls State 92-78 def. Houston Baptist 107-78* lost to NW State 77-73 def. Louisiana College 86-70* def. Northeaest La. 74-65* def. Okla. College 107-87* def. La. College 69-64 def. Lamar 85-68* def. UT Arlington 92-78 def. Murray State 76-65 def. Louisiana Tech 100-64* def. Arkansas St. 83-77* def. Nicholls St. 98-71 def. Lamar 92-83 (OT) lost to Oral Roberts 103-96 def. UT Arlington 93-65* lost to Louisiana Tech 93-88 def. Northeast La. 87-81 def. Arkansas State 65-60* def. SE Louisiana 69-60* 1974-75 (16-8) GSC Champions Coach: E. W. Foy lost to NW State 75-70 def. SFA 89-82* lost to Centenary 76-71 lost to Houston Baptist 69-66 def. SE Louisiana 76-72* def. NW State 77-73* def. Houston Baptist 95-87* def. Hardin-Simmons 76-66 def. Southwestern (TX) 82-53*

lost to Northeast La. 73-72 lost to Oral Roberts 82-80 def. Arkansas St. 74-70 lost to Louisiana Tech 92-80 def. UT Arlington 80-67 def. Lamar 104-63* lost to SE Louisiana 76-71 def. Northeast La. 76-75* def. La. College 78-71 def. Louisiana Tech 91-74* def. UT Arlington 80-77* def. La. College 92-67* def. Georgia State 84-72* lost to Lamar 86-85 def. Arkansas St. 101-84*

1975-76 (16-11) Coach: E. W. Foy def. Stetson 91-81 lost to UNO 80-66 def. Houston Baptist 99-80 lost to Centenary 87-70* lost to West Texas 69-60 def. Rice 89-80* lost to SE Louisiana 81-75* def. NW State 88-79 def. NW State 84-79* def. La. College 104-87* lost to S. Alabama 87-79 def. SE Louisiana 68-63 def. Houston Baptist 107-86* def. Arkansas St. 110-85* lost to Northeast La. 87-63 lost to Lamar 85-82 lost to Louisiana Tech 79-74* def. USL 84-77 def. UT Arlington 75-61 def. Lamar 99-82* def. Arkansas St. 85-78 (3OT) lost to Northeast La. 69-64* lost to Louisiana Tech 81-75 def. USL 98-91* def. UT Arlington 114-83* lost to Illinois St. 106-80 def. S. Alabama 85-76* 1976-77 (20-7) Coach: E. W. Foy def. Hardin Simmons 102-82* def. NW State 85-81 lost to Northeast La. 78-68 def. S. Alabama 75-74 (OT)* def. Southern Miss 83-73 def. NW State 80-78* lost to SE Louisiana 70-56* def. UNO 68-64* def. S. Alabama 59-57 def. SE Louisiana 72-61 (OT) def. La. College 66-57 lost to Centenary 69-62* def. Hardin-Simmons 91-77 def. Northeaest La. 76-75* def. Oral Roberts 68-62* lost to Lamar 79-75 (OT) def. SE Louisiana 82-75* def. Arkansas St. 65-63 def. UT Arlington 83-74* def. Louisiana Tech 68-66* lost to USL 83-69 def. Lamar 77-64* def. Arkansas St. 55-50 (2OT)* lost to Louisiana Tech 87-79 lost to UNO 71-65 def. UT Arlington 77-74 def. Centenary 74-71 1977-78 (20-8) SLC Champions Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to Centenary 65-59 lost to Texas Tech 69-56 def. Tulsa 73-62 def. Northeast La. 66-65 (OT) def. Southern Miss 96-76* lost to Brigham Young 78-68

def. Hawaii 67-63 def. Hawaii 83-71 def. Centenary 79-73* def. Portland St. 92-77* def. NW State 51-46* lost to NW State 89-81 def. Wis-Parkside 69-50* def. SE Louisiana 59-57* def. Central Okla. 92-72* lost to Northeast La. 59-54* def. SE Louisiana 58-57 def. Louisiana Tech 63-50* def. Arkansas St. 67-45* def. USL 91-83 (OT)* lost to UT Arlington 73-68 def. Lamar 76-75 lost to USL 97-84 lost to Illinois St. 87-68 def. UT Arlington 103-74* def. Lamar 84-80 (2OT)* def. Louisiana Tech 59-42 def. Arkansas St. 66-59 1978-79 (10-17) Coach: Glenn Duhon def. NW State 72-61* def. Arkansas-LR 91-85 lost to Dayton 85-61 lost to Wis-Milwaukee 78-61 lost to Southern 91-86 (2OT) lost to Pepperdine 81-69 def. SE Louisiana 81-56* lost to Morehead St. 81-69 lost to Middle Tennessee 67-61 def. Morehead St. 90-76* def. Pan American 76-69 lost to Illinois St. 78-63 (OT)* def. Wis-Parkside 76-54* lost to SE Louisiana 69-64 lost to Northeast La. 61-60* def. NW State 76-66 lost to Louisiana Tech 70-56* lost to Northeast La. 90-74 lost to USL 73-71* lost to Arkansas St. 70-69* lost to UT Arlington 100-85 lost to Louisiana Tech 95-83 lost to Lamar 95-79* def. UT Arlington 87-79* lost to Lamar 103-83 def. Arkansas St. 79-69 def. USL 88-86 (OT) 1979-80 (15-12) Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to S. Alabama 61-58 def. NW State 69-52 def. Northeast La. 60-54* def. Tulsa 73-65* def. Pan American 77-67* lost to Portland St. 89-70 lost to Montana St. 77-75 (OT) def. Alaska-Anchorage 83-68* def. Middle Tennessee 65-53* def. Wis-Parkside 61-51* def. Wis-Milwaukee 63-52* def. NW State 59-46* lost to Iona 76-66 lost to UConn 73-69 lost to Illinois St. 55-53 def. USL 84-81* def. UT Arlington 98-97 (2OT) lost to Northeast La. 82-57 lost to Louisiana Tech 62-60* lost to Arkansas St. 61-60 lost to USL 83-69 lost to Lamar 105-82 lost to UT Arlington 71-69 (OT)* def. Louisiana Tech 67-63 def. SE Louisiana 73-68* def. Arkansas St. 90-55* def. Lamar 95-85*

SLC CHAMLPIONS

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ALL-TIME
RESULTS

* - home game 1980-81 (11-21) Coach: Glenn Duhon def. Col. of Ozarks 82-71* def. Northeast La. 74-68 lost to Wichita St. 91-66 lost to Oklahoma St. 75-68 def. Okla. A&S 86-80* lost to Hawaii-Hilo 82-70 lost to Hawaii 107-75 def. Hawaii 93-71 lost to Portland St. 84-61 lost to Arkansas St. 79-63 lost to Weber St. 78-63 def. Central Ark. 74-63* def. Texas Southern 80-70* def. UNO 70-68 (OT)* def. SE Louisiana 60-58 (OT)* def. UNO 75-61 (OT) lost to Northeast La. 88-81* def. Illinois St. 61-59 (OT)* lost to S. Alabama 64-60* lost toUSL 97-81 lost to Arkansas St. 64-57* lost to Louisiana Tech 78-59* lost to UT Arlington 111-77 lost to Lamar 90-87 (OT)* lost to Arkansas St. 79-64 lost to USL 72-69* lost to Louisiana Tech 75-57 lost to UT Arlington 100-87* lost to Lamar 87-76 ^def. UT Arlington 79-74 ^lost to Louisiana Tech 64-52 ^lost to USL 79-73 ^ - SLC tournament

1981-82 (14-15) Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to Marquette 88-57 lost to Ohio St. 63-60 def. Alaska-Anchorage 92-85 def. SE Louisiana 58-57 def. Siena Heights 66-64 (OT)* lost to Northeast La. 87-72 lost to Texas Southern 85-76 lost to Southern Miss 86-62 def. Prairie View 96-86* lost to Northeast La. 69-67* def. UT San Antonio 76-64* def. Nicholls St. 74-54* def. Wis-Parkside 83-73 lost to North Texas 79-71 lost to SE La. 61-60 (2OT)* def. Wis-Parkside 92-74* def. Arkansas St. 70-63* lost to Lamar 81-65 def. Louisiana Tech 72-64* lost to USL 85-84 lost to UT Arlington 96-84 def. UT San Antonio 73-64 def. Lamar 51-49* lost to Arkansas St. 55-53 (OT) lost to Louisiana Tech 81-69 lost to USL 81-77* def. UT Arlington 90-84* ^def. La Tech 78-77 (3OT) ^lost to USL 105-69 ^-SLC tournament

^lost to North Texas 66-60 ^ - SLC tournament

1983-84 (16-15) Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to Fullerton St. 78-66 def. Hardin-Simmons 87-72 lost to Alabama 93-77 lost to Grambling 69-64 def. Murray St. 68-64* lost to Southern 88-78 def. Grambling 77-65* lost to Marquette 79-55 def. Davidson 61-57 def. Texas Southern 90-80* lost to Oklahoma 118-79 def. William Carey 109-88* lost to USL 95-82* def. SE Louisiana 80-62* def. UT Arlington 82-80* lost to North Texas 72-71 (OT)* lost to Louisiana Tech 74-61 lost to Northeast La. 83-55 lost to Lamar 68-54* def. Arkansas St. 60-58 (OT)* def. SE louisiana 70-60 def. UT Arlington 57-55 lost to UT San Antonio 83-66 def. North Texas 67-57 def. Louisiana Tech 97-79* lost to Northeast La. 71-69* lost to Lamar 86-79 def. Arkansas St. 83-81 def. USL 57-55 ^def. Arkansas St.88-72 ^lost to Lamar 85-66 ^ - SLC tournament

1984-85: 18-10 Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to Southern Miss 74-56* def. E. Texas Baptist 81-57* def. Washburn 75-68* lost to Ill-Chicago 82-69 def. Wichita State 60-56 lost to Chicago St. 68-57* lost to San Diego St. 91-85 lost to Nev-Las Vegas 84-73 def. St. Thomas 92-56* def. Sul Ross 90-60* def. SE Louisiana 86-68* def. Arkansas St. 76-70 def. Lamar 84-73 lost to Northeast La. 84-77* def. USL 55-51 lost to Louisiana Tech 88-69* def. North Texas 82-64 def. UT Arlington 91-82* lost to SE Louisiana 65-60 def. Arkansas St. 70-60* def USL 87-86* def. Northeast La. 67-58 lost to La Tech 59-58 def. Lamar 72-68 (OT)* def. North Texas 78-59* def. UT Arlington 108-90 def. North Texas 89-78* ^lost to Lamar 95-88 ^ - SLC tournament

1982-83 (16-13) Coach: Glenn Duhon def. Nicholls St. 80-69 lost to SE Louisiana 68-61 lost to Murray St. 99-77 def. Prairie View 76-69* def. NW State 96-72 lost to Tex-El Paso 82-72 def. SE Louisiana 80-52* def. US International 73-69 def. Austin Peay 66-60 def. UT San Antonio 66-57* def. NW State 72-46* def. Belhaven 62-49* lost to USL 63-61* def. UT Arlington 71-68* def. North Texas 79-69 lost to Southern 75-71* lost to Louisiana Tech 65-48* def. Northeast La. 79-60* lost to Lamar 93-62 lost to Arkansas St. 79-67 def UT Arlington 49-48 def. North Texas 75-61* lost to Louisiana Tech 88-71 lost to Northeast La. 73-61 lost to Lamar 45-41** lost to USL 80-59 ^def. Northeast La. 112-101 (2OT)

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1985-86: 21-11 Coach: Glenn Duhon NIT def. Mississippi St. 76-67* def. Pan American 69-65* def. NW State 62-49 lost to Southern Miss 81-77 lost to S. Alabama 73-68 lost to San Diego 81-66 lost to Illinois St. 60-52 def. N. Texas 73-66 def. NW State 64-61* def. Houston Bapt. 62-50* def. Concordia (NY) 85-58* lost to Tulsa 81-62 def. Washington 96-92 def. S. Conn. 82-54* def. St. Mary 92-56* def. Lamar 67-62* def. UT Arlington 91-85* def. N. Texas 80-70* lost to Arkansas St. 62-49 lost to NE La. 72-63 def. Louisiana Tech 76-72 def. NE Louisiana 91-68* lost to UT Arlington 68-66 def. N. Texas 72-64 def. Arkansas St. 71-54*

def. Louisiana Tech 68-58* lost to Lamar 90-81 def. UT Arlington 85-71* ^def. Arkansas St. 68-57 ^lost to NE La. 59-57 + def. Dayton 86-75 +lost to Louisiana Tech 77-61 ^ - SLC tournament. +-NIT

1986-87: 14-14 Coach: Glenn Duhon def. Pan American 67-64 def. Fresno St. 75-57 lost to Pepperdine 87-70 def. Houston Bapt. 73-69 lost to LSU 77-62* def. Ga. College 87-52* lost to Middle Tenn. 86-80 def. St. Mary (TX) 74-57* def. Chicago St. 79-74 lost to Oklahoma 68-63 lost to Lamar 70-65 def. Chicago St. 79-65* lost to NW State 56-51* lost to N. Texas 72-64 lost to Arkansas St. 65-55* lost to Southern Miss 72-62* def. NE La. 73-56* def. Louisiana Tech 74-68* lost to New Orleans 83-70 def. NE La. 60-57 lost to Louisiana Tech 71-63 def. NW State 75-61 def. N. Texas 93-88* lost to New Orleans 90-77* def. Arkansas St. 73-72 lost to Lamar 62-58* def. Pan American 85-81 (OT) ^lost to Arkansas St.69-59

lost to NW State 110-100 lost to Lamar 76-67 def. Sam Houston 87-78* def. SW Texas 67-57* def. SFA 87-85 def. NE La. 80-65* def. N. Texas 85-68* +lost to Illinois 77-71 + - NCAA tournament 1989-90: 14-13 Coach: Steve Welch lost to Louisiana Tech 60-56 lost to Fresno State 72-71* lost to LSU 85-49 lost to USL 92-82* lost to Wyoming 76-50 lost to Montana St. 80-66 lost to Ole Miss 75-71 def. Grambling 82-75* def. Lamar 99-83* lost to NE La. 66-53* def. NW State 74-71 lost to USL 92-61 def. SW Texas 92-91* def. Sam Houston 76-65* def. UT Arlington 67-61 lost to N. Texas 78-67 def. SFA 79-45 lost to NE La. 87-67 def. NW State 66-64* def. SW Texas 83-74 def. Sam Houston 56-50 def. Southern Miss 62-60* def. UT Arlington 75-51* def. N. Texas 60-54* lost to Lamar 48-47 def. SFA 76-61* lost to N. Texas 67-62

^ - SLC tournament

1987-88: 7-22 Coach: Steve Welch lost to New Orleans 98-62 lost to Southern Miss 107-74 lost to Middle Tenn 84-69* lost to Pepperdine 63-61* lost to S. Alabama 79-74 lost to Mississippi St. 76-66 def. Houston Bapt 72-71* lost to Chicago St. 84-75 (OT) lost to Louisiana Tech 68-58 lost to Lamar 63-50* lost to SFA 73-71 (OT) lost to SW Texas 79-72* def. Sam Houston 61-59* lost to NE La. 90-57 lost to N. Texas 91-78 def. UT Arlington 63-62 lost to N. Texas 78-75* lost to Lamar 82-73 def. UT Arlington 92-78* lost to NE La. 84-73* lost to NW State 83-76 (OT)* lost to New Orleans 81-79* lost to Sam Houston 90-62 lost to SW Texas 73-67 def. Louisiana Tech 65-64* def. SFA 68-65* def. SW Texas 87-79 lost to N. Texas 82-61 1988-89: 16-14 Coach: Steve Welch SLC Tournament Champion NCAA lost to Iowa 77-56 def. Houston Bapt. 60-56 def. Chattanooga 79-66* lost to USL 71-68 def. Montana St. 104-60* lost to LSU 91-89 lost to Chattanooga 79-67 def. Grambling 67-63* def. Lamar 71-68* lost to Grambling 78-69 def. SFA 58-57* lost to Louisiana Tech 70-64* def. SW Texas 75-69 def. Sam Houston 71-66 lost to NW State 87-69* def. NE La. 65-64 def. UT Arlington 56-51* def. N. Texas 79-73* lost to Louisiana Tech 90-78 lost to N. Texas 74-71 lost to UT Arlington 68-61 lost to NE La. 94-83*

1990-91: 8-19 Coach: Steve Welch def. La. College 71-69* lost to Louisiana Tech 73-64* lost to S. Alabama 74-54* lost to USL 73-67 lost to SE La. 67-56 lost to Chapman 65-64* def. Grambling 87-64 lost to Ole Miss 79-58* def. Nicholls St. 83-79* lost to NE La. 74-59 def. NW State 71-66* lost to Lamar 79-72* lost to SW Texas 96-71 lost to Sam Houston 61-52 def. Nicholls St. 67-54 lost to UT Arlington 64-63* lost to N. Texas 86-80* lost to Lamar 89-63 lost to SFA 68-62 (OT) lost to NE La. 63-58* def. NW State 77-76 lost to Southern Miss 81-62* def. SW Texas 62-63* def. Sam Houston 74-60* lost to SFA 55-54* lost to UT Arlington 78-70 lost to N. Texas 80-63 1991-92: 7-22 Coach: Steve Welch def. Belhaven 95-89* def. SE La. 91-87* lost to La. College 86-82* lost to Ole Miss 92-70 +-def. Pan American 68-53 +-lost to Hawaii 85-65 lost to Brigham Young 104-64 lost to USL 94-69* lost to NE Louisiana 64-58* lost to NW State 101-92* lost to UT San Antonio 84-68 def. SW Texas 56-55 def. Sam Houston 81-54* lost to SFA 51-45* lost to LSU 115-67 lost to N. Texas 72-59 lost to UT Arlington 77-57 lost to Nicholls St. 69-51 lost to SW Texas 65-59* def. UTSA 89-84* lost to NE La. 82-57 lost to SFA 76-68 def. Sam Houston 86-63 lost to UT Arlington 103-88* lost to N. Texas 97-93*

lost to S. Mississippi 92-63 lost to Nicholls St. 84-78* lost to NW State 122-90 + - Hawaii Classic

1992-93: 12-15 Coach: Steve Welch lost to LSU 83-72 def. Ark-Monticello 103-77* lost to Ole Miss 80-76* lost to Lamar 100-76 def. Stetson 80-74 lost to Northeastern 78-72* def. Central Florida 77-73 lost to Lamar 89-83* lost to UTSA 71-70* lost to SW Texas 71-64* lost to NE La. 94-63 def. NW State 96-94 (OT) lost to UT Arlington 72-70* def. N. Texas 70-67* lost to Nicholls St. 76-72 lost to Sam Houston 62-671 def. SFA 68-62 def. NW State 100-81* def. UTSA 79-68 def. N. Texas 77-68 lost to UT Arlington 77-75 lost to Nicholls St. 70-67* lost to NE La. 72-69* def. SFA 74-70* def. Sam Houston 87-65* def. SW Texas 65-64 ^lost to UTSA 77-68 ^-SLC tournament

1993-94: 11-16 Coach: Steve Welch def. La. College 83-49* def. Belhaven 83-58* lost to Ole Miss 75-55 lost to Lamar 83-78 lost to LSU 93-72 lost to Stanford 91-75 lost to San Francisco 98-69 lost to Lamar 65-62* lost to Nicholls St. 93-83* lost to N. Texas 68-64* def. UT Arlington 79-63* lost to NE La. 66-64 lost to NW State 75-71 def. UT San Antonio 73-61* def. SW Texas 80-65* def. SFA 73-66 lost to Sam Houston 75-64 def. UT Arlington 80-52 lost to N. Texas 53-47 def. NW State 72-58* lost to NE La. 75-71* lost to SW Texas 78-55 def. UTSA 78-76 def. Sam Houston 74-66* def. SFA 63-56* lost to Nicholls St. 95-70 ^lost to N. Texas 69-65 ^-SLC tournament

1994-95: 11-16 Coach: Ron Everhart lost to LSU 86-71 lost to SW Missouri 89-64 def. Alabama St. 107-86 def. Lamar 81-65 lost to Texas A&M 97-68 lost to Houston 83-76 def. Ole Miss 76-70* lost to UTSA 92-81 (OT)* def. SW Texas 62-54* def. SFA 90-88 lost to NW State 87-78 lost to NE La. 92-78 def. UT Arlington 78-75* lost to N. Texas 75-72* lost to Sam Houston 85-79 lost to Nicholls St. 101-79 lost to SW Texas 62-58 lost to UTSA 96-80 def. NE La. 82-62* lost to NW State 76-70* def. Southern 81-78* lost to UT Arlington 100-85 def. N. Texas 60-56 lost to Nicholls St. 99-96* def. Sam Houston 83-66* def. SFA 91-75* ^lost to Nicholls St. 88-69 ^ - SLC tournament

ALL-TIME RESULTS

* - home game 1995-96 (15-12) Coach: Ron Everhart def. Houston 83-81 (OT)* lost to LSU 83-73 def. Prairie View 101-62* def. Lamar 74-72* def. Texas A&M 83-68* lost to Dayton 86-76 lost to Cincinnati 103-69 def. NW State 94-75* def. NE La. 81-65* lost to UTSA 80-76 lost to SW Texas 67-66 def. UT Arlington 72-65* def. N. Texas 75-63* def. Sam Houston 72-65 lost to SFA 94-73 lost to NE La. 78-75 def. NW State 80-56 def. SW Texas 69-49* def. UTSA 89-83* def. Nicholls St. 90-71 lost to N. Texas 67-65 def. UT Arlington 86-73 lost to SFA 69-66* lost to Sam Houston 70-66* lost to Southern 94-82 def. Nicholls St. 92-80* lost to SFA 94-91 1996-97 (18-12) Coach: Ron Everhart SLC Champions lost to TCU 93-74 def. Mobile 81-71* def. La. College 103-82* lost to N. Arizona 81-75 lost to St. Mary’s 92-64 def. Alabama St. 79-64 def. Lamar 71-61 def. Prairie View 97-75* lost to Arkansas 95-68 def. Jackson St. 89-71* lost to Houston 98-79 lost to SW Texas 80-64 lost to UTSA 78-75 def. UT Arlington 75-51* def. Nicholls St. 99-91 lost to NE La. 70-61* def. NW State 97-77* def. SFA 84-73 lost to Sam Houston 80-76 lost to UT Arlington 69-67 (OT) def. UTSA 98-84* def. SW Texas 87-70* def. NE La. 75-66 lost to NW State 96-88 def. Sam Houston 90-52* def. SFA 89-78* def. Southern 103-95 def. Nicholls St. 113-94* ^def. UT Arlington 81-50 ^lost to SW Texas 76-59 ^-SLC tournament

1997-98 (7-19) Coach: Ron Everhart lost to Jackson St. 82-62 lost to C. Florida 67-51 def. Loyola 71-62* lost to Arkansas St. 66-52 lost to Houston 92-81* def. Norfolk St. 82-74 lost to Lamar 73-58* lost to Florida 95-53 lost to Colorado St. 71-55* lost to Nicholls St. 79-73* def. SE Louisiana 85-83* lost to NW State 70-60 lost to NE La. 90-66 lost to Sam Houston 79-77* lost to UTSA 84-70*

def. SW Texas 72-63* lost to SFA 90-73 lost to UT Arlington 73-68 lost to Sam Houston 73-60 lost to UTSA 72-57 def. NW State 96-84* lost to NE La. 90-84 (OT)* lost to Nicholls St. 87-80 def. SE Louisiana 89-80 def. Southern 77-74* lost to UT Arlington 73-65* 1998-99 (13-15) Coach: Ron Everhart lost to Colorado St. 78-60 lost to Norfolk State 86-82* lost to LSU 56-39 lost to Alabama 71-60 lost to USL 80-49 lost to Baylor 69-66 (OT) def. Central Florida 65-61* lost to New Mexico 90-46 lost to SE Louisiana 90-84 (OT) def. Southwest Texas 61-54* lost to UT San Antonio 79-69* def. NW State 69-63* lost to Northeast La. 90-79 lost to Sam Houston 76-70* lost to Nicholls St. 66-65 def. UT Arlington 71-62* def. Lamar 85-79* lost to UT San Antonio 89-80 lost to SW Texas 75-67 def. UT Arlington 84-69 def. SFA 86-80 def. Northeast La. 93-78* def. Sam Houston 87-72 def. SE Louisiana 99-68* def. Lamar 92-80 def. SFA 103-86* ^def. Nicholls St. 100-87 ^lost to SW Texas 92-82 (OT) ^-SLC tournament

1999-2000 (6-21) Coach: Ron Everhart lost to Wichita St. 72-52 lost to Ole Miss 86-59 lost to Baylor 78-55 lost to West Virginia 93-84 lost to Louisiana Tech 93-60 lost to La-Lafayette 74-61* lost to Richmond 83-71* def. Jackson St. 68-59* lost to NW State 63-60* lost to UNO 62-60 lost to Sam Houston 70-65* lost to Lamar 74-49 lost to UT San Antonio 93-65 def. SW Texas 75-70 lost to Nicholls St. 62-60* def. SE Louisiana 67-66* lost to UT Arlington 87-59 lost to Sam Houston 77-54 lost to NW State 76-63 def. Northeast La. 89-86 lost to SFA 74-65* lost to UT Arlington 90-77* lost to SE Louisiana 71-62 def. SW Texas 77-73* lost to UT San Antonio 96-79* def. Lamar 64-52* lost to Nicholls State 80-71 2000-2001 (22-9) Coach: Ron Everhart SLC Champions NIT lost to Mississippi St. 83-74 lost to La-Lafayette 88-81 def. Louisiana Tech 76-61* def. Loyola (NO) 108-48*

lost to LSU 87-68 lost to Lamar 74-72 lost to Sam Houston St. 96-92 OT def. Arkansas State 87-79* lost to UT San Antonio 70-66* def. Southwest Texas 84-76* def. Nicholls State 80-67* def. La-Monroe 91-72 def. Northwestern State 95-77 lost to Richmond 90-80 def. SE Louisiana 80-56* def. UT Arlington 87-83* def. SFA 74-51* def. SE Louisiana 84-46 def. Nicholls State 87-81 def. UT San Antonio 89-79 def. Southwest Texas 89-83 def. Lamar 61-52* def. Sam Houston State 76-56* def. UT Arlington 105-96 def. SFA 75-69 def. Northwestern State 103-92* def. La-Monroe 88-81* ^def. La-Monroe 83-78 ^def. Sam Houston State 99-82 ^lost to Northwestern State 72-71 +lost to UTEP 84-74 ^ - SLC tournament finals + - NIT

2001-2002 (21-9) Coach: Tic Price SLC Champions SLC Tournament Champions NCAA lost to La-Lafayette 76-69 def. Loyola (NO) 88-46* lost to Auburn 78-74 lost to Alabama 90-61 lost to La-Monroe 79-73 def. Nicholls State 67-60* def. Jackson State 70-63 def. Southwest Texas 76-66* lost to LSU 80-57 lost to Texas 80-67 def. SE Louisiana 68-63* def. UT San Antonio 71-55* lost to Sam Houston St. 76-75 (OT) def. Lamar 73-65 lost to UT San Antonio 81-73 def. Southwest Texas 76-71 def. La-Monroe 66-55* def. UT Arlington 67-61* def. SE Louisiana 60-58 def. Nicholls Sate 74-46 def. Northwestern State 67-63 def. Stephen F. Austin 65-49 def. UT Arlington 81-74 def. Lamar 74-46* def. Sam Houston St. 79-68* def. Northwestern State 75-53* def. Stephen F. Austin 62-37* ^def. lamar 71-57* ^def. La-Monroe 65-43* +lost to Mississippi State 70-58 ^ - SLC tournament + - NCAA tournament

2002-2003 (15-14) Coach: Tic Price def. Texas Wesleyan 85-54* lost to Mississippi St. 81-065 def. La-Lafayette 76-74* def. Loyola (NO) 102-63* lost to LSU 93-72 def. Liberty 87-74 lost to Texas 97-59 def. Texas State 74-65* lost to Sam Houston State 85-78* lost to UT Arlington 74-62 lost to Stephen F. Austin 79-69 def. Northwestern St. 71-56*

def. La-Monroe 81-66* lost to Texas State 91-53 def. UT San Antonio 66-51 def. Nicholls State 75-70 lost to La-Monroe 58-50 lost to Lamar 68-65 def. Stephen F. Austin 63-53* lost to UT Arlington 56-52* def. Nortwestern St. 70-57 def. UT San Antonio 72-66* lost to SE Louisiana 74-67 def. Nicholls State 71-50* lost to SE Louisiana 81-78 (OT)* lost to Sam Houston State 81-66 def. Lamar 72-62* ^def. UT Arlington 78-67 ^lost to Sam Houston State 64-58 ^-SLC tournament

2003-2004 (11-16) Coach: Tic Price def. Spring Hill 78-65* lost to LSU 87-77 def. Loyola (NO) 81-62* def. Tougaloo 88-68* lost to Mississippi State 92-69 lost to Centenary 77-71 lost to La-Lafayette 76-70 lost to George Mason 96-63 lost to Arizona State 81-61 lost to Louisiana Tech 69-68* def. Centenary 73-60* lost to Texas State 81-76 lost to Northwestern State 84-78* lost to Stephen F. Austin 64-60 lost to UT Arlington 77-75 def. Nicholls State 78-57 lost to SE Louisiana 83-72 lost to Northwestern State 92-81 lost to UT San Antonio 93-81 lost to UT Arlington 89-78* def. Lamar 77-72* def. Stephen F. Austin 71-68* lost to La-Monroe 70-65 def. Sam Houston State 78-65* def. Texas State 79-67* def. SE Louisiana 71-68* def. Nicholls State 81-64* 2004-05 (13-15) Coach: Tic Price lost to Houston 85-72 def. Louisiana College 84-67* lost to Southern Miss 100-77 def. Spring Hill 71-43* def. Jarvis Christian 93-54* lost to LSU 82-79 def. William Carey 90-55* lost to Louisiana Tech 81-63 lost to Ark-LR 78-68 lost to La-Lafayette 71-70* def. George Mason 87-76* def. Texas State 69-57* def. La-Monroe 65-64* lost to Lamar 87-81 lost to UT Arlington 84-75* lost to UT San Antonio 80-75* lost to Nicholls State 90-81 lost to UT Arlington 83-78 lost to Stephen F. Austin 63-58 lost to Northwestern State 92-73* def. Southeastern La. 71-69 def. Stephen F. Austin 56-43* def. Sam Houston State 73-70 def. Texas State 73-68 def. Nicholls State 89-69* def. Southeastern La. 76-68* lost to Northwestern St. 103-73 lost to Sam Houston State 88-70

2005-06 (14-14) Coach: Tic Price def. Mary Hardin Baylor 68-63* def. Louisiana College 98-46* lost to Richmond 58-50 lost to Auburn 91-76 lost to LSU 90-70 lost to Louisiana Tech 80-67 def. Spring Hill 79-75* lost to La-Lafayette 89-77 def. Liberty 85-72* lost to Houston 78-67 def. Southern Miss 87-82 OT* def. Lamar 83-78 def. UT San Antonio 78-74* def. Sam Houston State 60-57 lost to SFA 64-57 def. Nicholls State 64-59* lost to La-Monroe 74-67* def. UT Arlington 66-63* def. Lamar 76-72* lost to UT San Antonio 100-75 def. Texas State 69-58 lost to SFA 82-76* def. Sam Houston State 76-64 def. La-Monroe 62-38* lost to Northwestern State 97-79 lost to SE Louisiana 82-71* lost to UT Arlington 71-62 lost to SFA 72-70 2006-07 (15-17) Coach: Dave Simmons lost to Florida State 85-65 lost to SMU 70-54 lot to Illinois State 67-50 def. Louisiana College 89-60* lost to Louisiana Tech 59-50* def. Texas College 77-53* lost to LSU 91-57 def. Mississippi Valley St. 61-44 def UALR 60-46 lost to Mississippi State 89-63 lost to Mississippi Valley St. 76-45 def. UL-Lafayette 68-63* lost to Southern Miss 58-41 lost to Coastal Carolina 81-67 lost to TAM-Corpus 74-62 def. Sam Houston State 59-58 lost to Stephen F. Austin 67-53 * lost to NW State 98-90 (2OT) def. C. Arkansas 61-56 OT)* def. Lamar 68-60* lost to SE Louisiana 69-64 (O) lost to Nicholls St. 61-53 def. Texas State 67-65 lost to UT Arlington 52-46* def. NW State 83-51* def. C. Arkansas 58-55 def. UTSA 63-57 lost to Lamar 75-71 def. SE Louisiana 63-45* def. Nicholls State 77-76* def. UT Arlington 77-76 lost to TAMCorpus 86-67 *- home game

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2007-08 (13-16) Coach: Dave Simmons lost to Texas A&M 73-50 lost to LSU 78-74 def. La. College 65-45* def. UT-Tyler 65-49* lost to Lipscomb 65-47 def. Florida Atlantic 64-59 def. Dillard 87-53* def. La-Lafayette 67-61 lost to Missouri 81-44 lost to Lipscomb 69-65* def. Southern Miss 63-57 lost to Louisiana Tech 73-63 def. TAM-Corpus 657-59* lost to Sam Houston St. 64-49* lost to SFA 64-39 def. Northwestern St. 85-74* lost to Central Arkansas 57-43 lost to Lamar 89-67 lost to SE Louisiana 80-61 lost to Nicholls St. 74-71 OT* def. TExas State 81-77* def. UT Arlington 74-69 lost to Northwestern St. 81-71 def. Central Arkansas 77-48* def. UT San Antonio 74-53 def. Lamar 74-71* lost to SE Louisiana 69-63* lost to Nicholls State 75-63 lost to Sam Houston St. 64-62 OT^ ^ - SLC tournament

2008-09 (11-18) Coach: Dave Simmons lost to Tulane 68-62 def. UL-Monroe 82-63 lsot to TCU 68-64 def. Florida Atlantic 72-68* lost to UL-Lafayette 73-64 def. Louisiana College 88-59* def. UL-Monroe 66-57* def. Louisiana Tech 61-44* lost to Southern Miss 69-50 lost to LSU 62-59 lost to Samford 57-52* lost to Texas A&M 57-52 def. Wiley College 84-75* lost to UTSA 58-49 def. Lamar 75-63* lost to SE Louisiana 52-49 lost to Central Arkansas 58-54* lost to Nicholls State 56-45* lost to SFA 43-41 def. Northwestern State 81-75* def. Texas State 85-79* lost to UT Arlington 78-59 def. SFA 59-56* def. Northwestern State 88-74 lost to TAM-Corpus 49-46 lost to Sam Houston St. 75-60* lost to Nicholls St. 80-76 OT lost to SE Louisiana 71-61* lost to Central Arkansas 78-69 2009-10 (10-20) Coach: Dave Simmons lost to N. Colorado 101-73 lost to Hawaii 73-65 lost to S. Utah 68-59 def. Louisiana College 73-36* lost to Samford 68-52 def. UL Lafayette 60-58* def Paul Quinn 101-54* lost to Ole Miss 83-67 def. Tulane 61-57 lost to Louisiana Tech 79-58 def. Southern (NO) 77-59* lost to Rice 75-62 lost to Texas Tech 76-75 lost to LSU 83-60

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lost to UTSA 78-69* lost to Lamar 79-78 def. SE Louisiana 71-67* def. Central Arkansas 68-53 lost to Nichoills 63-61 lost to SFA 70-55* def. Northwestern St. 92-85 lost to Texas State 95-88 lost to UTA 70-58* lost to SFA 69-56 lost to Northwestern St. 82-72* def. TAMCC 65-62 lost to Sam Houston 74-56 def. Nicholls 69-53* lost to SE Louisiana 60-59 lost to Central Arkansas 76-72* 2010-11 (21-12) Coach: Dave Simmons SLC Champions NIT lost to Washington 118-64 def. Georgia State 68-62* def. Louisiana College 92-53* lost to Southern Miss 75-60 lost to Miami 79-59 def. UL Lafayette 69-66* def. Jarvis Christian 96-91* def. Louisiana Tech 80-70* def. SW Assemblies 84-66* lost to LSU 78-66 (ot) def. Sacramento St. 65-63* (ot) def. Univ. of SW 100-61* lost to Texas A&M 66-57 def. TAM CC 72-49* def. Lamar 78-79 def. Texas State 97-92* losst to SE Louisiana 80-77 lost to NW State 87-77 (ot) def. Nicholls St. 66-65 def. C. Arkansas 70-63 lost to SFA 65-50 def. C. Arkansas 81-67* def. Sam Houston St. 73-63* lost to UTSA def. NW State 78-62* def. UT Arlington 81-72 def. Nicholls State 71-51* lost to SE Louisiana81-74* def. Lamar 92-74* def. Nicholls State 61-54 def. Texas State 91-83 lost to UTSA 75-72 lost to Boston College 82-64* (NIT) * - home game

Coach of Year Awards 2011 - Dave Simmons - Southland Conference - Louisiana Sports Writers - NCAA District 2002 - Tic Price - Southland Conference - Louisiana Sports Writers - NCAA District 2001 - Ron Everhart - Southland Conference - NCAA District 1978 - Glenn Duhon - Louisiana Sports Writers 1970 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1968 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1963 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1961 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference

1958 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1957 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1956 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference

Player of the Year 2001 - Demond Mallet - Southland Conference 1999 - Demond Mallet - Louisiana Athletic Directors Association 1997 - Rosell Ellis - Southland Conference 1990 - Anthony Pullard - Southland Conference 1987 - Jerome Batiste - Southland Conference 1985 - Joe Dumars - Southland Conference - Louisiana Sports Writers 1979 - David Lawrence - Southland Conference 1975 - Henry Ray - Southland Conference 1963 - Jimmie Shields - Gulf States Conference 1961 - Stan Kernan - Gulf States Conference 1958 - Stan Kernan - Gulf States Conference 1957 - Frank Glenn - Gulf States Conference 1956 - Bill Reigel - Gulf States Conference, NAIA 1955 - Bill Reigel - Gulf States Conference Freshman of the Year 2000 - Jason Coleman - Southland Conference 1984 - Jerome Batiste - Southland Conference 1982 - Joe Dumars - Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year 1996 - Pointer Williams - Southland Conference SLC Tournament MVP 2002 - Fred Gentry All-Americans 1985 - Joe Dumars - The Sporting News 1980 - David Lawrence - Citizen Savings 1974 - David Wallace - CoSIDA Academic 1961 - Stan Kernan - Associated Press, NAIA 1957 - Frank Glenn - Associated Press, NAIA 1956 - Bill Reigel - Associated Press, UPI, NAIA Athlete of the Year 1961 - Stan Kernan - Gulf States Conference 1956 - Bill Reigel - Gulf States Conference

Retired Numbers 1985 - Joe Dumars - No. 4, McNeese State 1961 - Stan Kernan - No. 25, McNeese State 1957 - Frank Glenn - No. 34, McNeese State 1956 - Bill Reigel - No. 33, McNeese State First Team All-Conference Southland Conference Patrick Richard (2011) Fred Gentry (2002) Tierre Brown (2000, 2001) Demond Mallet (1998, 1999, 2001) Rosell Ellis (1997) Pointer Williams (1996) Anthony Pullard (1988, 1989, 1990) Jerome Batiste (1986, 1987) Kenny Jimerson (1986) Joe Dumars (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985) Fred Chaffould (1982) David Lawrence (1979, 1980) John Rudd (1977, 1978) Chirley McLaurin (1977) Edmond Lawrence (1975, 1976) Henry Ray (1974) J. T. Williams (2006) Gulf States Conference George Murphy (1970, 1971) Clyde Briley (1964, 1965) Jimmie Shields (1963) Don Troutman (1960, 1962) Stan Kernan (1958, 1959, 1961) Al Nesmith (1961) Frank Glenn (1957, 1958) Bill Reigel (1955, 1956) Roy Moore (1954, 1955) Dick Miller (1953) Southland Conference All-Tournament Patrick Richard (2011) Diego Kapelan (2011) Jason Coleman (2003) *Fred Gentry (2002) Ben Perkins (2002) Demond Mallet (2001) Tierre Brown (2001) *Michael Cutright (1989) Anthony Pullard (1989) Jerome Batiste (1986, 1987) Joe Dumars (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985) * - tournament MVP McNeese Conference Leaders Scoring Southland Conference 2001 - Demond Mallet (21.3) 2000 - Tierre Brown (22.0) 1998 - Demond Mallet (18.9) 1990 - Anthony Pullard (22.5) 1987 - Jerome Batiste (21.9) 1985 - Joe Dumars (25.8) 1984 - Joe Dumars (26.4)

Gulf States Conference 1965 - Clyde Briley (24.3) 1963 - Jimmie Shields (19.0) 1961 - Stan Kernan (24.0) 1956 - Bill Reigel (33.9) 1954 - Roy Moore (20.9) Rebound Leaders Southland Conference 1991 - Derrick Turner (8.5) 1986 - Jerome Batiste (8.7) 1982 - Fred Chaffould (11.0) 1979 - David Lawrence (12.7) 1978 - John Rudd (10.7) 1976 - John Rudd (13.7) 1975 - John Rudd (12.5) 1974 - Edmond Lawrence (11.1) Gulf States Conference 1956 - Frank Glenn (12.5) Free Throw Percentage Southland Conference 1993 - Paul Wallace (.908) 1985 - Joe Dumars (.852) 1978 - Chirley McLaurin (.825) Gulf States Conference 1969 - Kent Andrews (.880) 1968 - Kent Andrews (.944) 1967 - Kent Andrews (.918) 1965 - Clyde Briley (.909) 1964 - Clyde Briley (.885) 1962 - Don Troutman (.821) 1961 - Stan Kernan (.888) 1954 - Hugh Cole (.848) Field Goal Percentage Southland Conference 2002 - Fred Gentry (.599) 1997 - Rosell Ellis (.668) 1989 - Mark Thompson (.590) 1986 - Jerome Batiste (.604) 1979 - David Lawrence (.635) Gulf States Conference 1960 - Al Nesmith (.524) 1957 - Frank Glenn (.476) 1956 - Bill Reigel (.498) 1955 - Bill Reigel (.478) Assists Southland Conference 1996 - Pointer Williams (7.4) 1986 - Girard Harmon (8.1) 1985 - Girard Harmon (6.6) Steals Southland Conference 2006 - Dwight Boatner (3.0) 1999 - Franklin Paul (2.8) 1996 - Pointer Williams (4.4) Blocked Shots Southland Conference 2008 - Kleon Penn (4.0) 1997 - Jason Wallace (1.6) 1994 - Martin Yokum (1.8) 1993 - Martin Yokum (2.4) 1991 - Martin Yokum (1.9) 1981 - Ben Scarborough (1.4) Three Point Percentage Southland Conference 2003 - Edward Garriet (.450) Three Point Goals Made Southland Conference 2004 - Edward Garriet (3.3)

2003 - Jason Coleman (3.0 )

HONORS
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AWARDS Southland Records Held by Cowboys Field Goal PCT Game: 1.00 (10/10) Fab Flournoy vs SFA, 1995 Three Point Goals Made Career: 331, Demond Mallet (1997-2001) Three Point Goals Attempted Career: 878, Demond Mallet (1997-2001) Three Point Goal PCT Game: 1.000 (8/8) Demond Mallet vs Nicholls (1/3/98); ;1.000 (8/8) Edward Garriet vs Houston (11/14//04) Free Throws Made Season: 267, Joe Dumars (1984) Career: 723, Joe Dumars (‘82-85) Free Throws Attempted Career: 917, Joe Dumars (‘82-85) Personal Fouls Career: 385, Chris Faggi (‘78-82

Team Records Best free throw pct: 1.000 (21 of 21 vs Southeastern Louisiana, 2001) Most Rebounds Game: 81 vs Lamar 1973 and 1975 Most Victories SLC: 17, 2002

SLC Tournament Records Single Game FGM: 17, Joe Dumars vs North Texas 1985 FT PCT: 1.000 (12 of 12) Dwayne Davis vs North Texas, 1989 Rebounds: 22, Anthony Pullard vs North Texas 1990 Steals: 7, Joe Dumars vs North Texas, 1985 Minutes Played: 55, Chris Faggi vs Louisiana Tech, 1982

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER (sponsored by Lake Charles Toyota ) 2011 Patrick Richard 2010 Patrick Richard 2009 John Pichon 2008 John Ford 2007 Jarvis Bradley 2006 J. T. Williams 2005 Edward Garriet 2004 Jerrick Oliver 2003 Damond williams 2002 Fred Gentry 2001 Demond Mallet 2000 Fred Gentry 1999 Franklin Paul 1998 Demond Mallet 1997 Rosell Ellis 1996 Pointer Williams 1995 Alvydas Pazdrazdis 1994 Darrik Clark 1993 Melvin Johnson 1992 Derek Haywood 1991 Derrick Turner 1990 Anthony Pullard 1989 Michael Cutright 1988 Anthony Pullard 1987 Jerome Batiste 1986 Jerome Batiste 1985 Joe Dumars 1984 Joe Dumars 1983 Joe Dumars 1982 Chris Faggi 1981 Kevin Ross 1980 David Lawrence 1979 David Lawrence 1978 John Rudd 1977 John Rudd Chirley McLaurin 1976 Edmond Lawrence 1975 Henry Ray 1974 Curtis St. Mary 1973 Gene Bodden 1972 Henry Ray 1971 George Murphy 1970 George Murphy 1969 George Boyd 1968 Ed Green 1967 Dean Glenn 1966 Tom Wunder 1965 Clyde Briley 1964 Clyde Briley 1963 Jimmie Shields 1962 Jimmie Shields 1961 Stan Kernan 1960 Al Nesmith 1959 Stan Kernan 1958 Stan Kernan 1957 Frank Glenn 1956 Bill Reigel 1955 Bill Reigel 1954 Roy Moore 1953 Jerry Doland 1952 Dick Miller 1951 Don Williams 1950 Ray Manis 1949 James Darnell 1948 Wayne Kingrey 1947 Aubrey Cole

OUTSTANDING PLAYER (sponsored by William B. Lawton) 2011 - Diego Kapelan 2010 - Diego Kapelan 2009 - Kleon Penn 2008 - Jarvis Bradley 2007 - John Ford 2006 - Dwight Boatner 2005 - J. T. Williams 2004 - Edward Garriet 2003 - Jason Coleman 2002 - Jason Coleman 2001 - Tierre Brown 2000 - Tierre Brown 1999 - Demond Mallet SCHOLASTIC AWARD (sponsored by Dr. David Drez) 2011 - Preston David 2010 - Preston David 2009 - Preston David 2008 - John Ford 2007 - John Ford 2006 - J. T. Williams 2005 - Andrew Queen 2004 - Brian Guilbeaux 2003 - Larry Jackson 2002 - Paul Beik 2001 - Paul Beik 2000 - Paul Beik 1999 - Khalid Morris

2005 -J. T. Willliams 2004 - Ryan Price 2003 - Marcus Watts 2002 - Damond Williams 2001 - Ben Perkins 2000 - Jason Coleman 1999 - Adrian Johnson 1998 - Tierre Brown 1997 - Demond Mallet 1996 - Robert Palmer 1995 - Harry Boudreaux 1994 - Alvydas Pazdrazdis 1993 - Darrik Clark 1992 - Paul Wallace 1991 - Derek Haywood 1990 - Derrick Turner

FESS SALTER MEMORIAL (Sponsored by Mrs. Gail Baggett) 2011 - Daniel Richard 2010 - Daniel Richard 2009 - Stephan Martin 2008 - Rorey Lawrence 2007 - Troy Aaron 2006 - Ryan Price 2005 - Jamelle Juneau 2004 - Greg Tucker 2003 - Brian Guilbeaux 2002 - Ben Perkins 2001 - Dmitri Khorokorin 2000 - Fred Gentry 1999 - Todd Briley 1998 - Demond Mallet 1997 - Alonzo Gray 1996 - Tommy Mumford 1995 - Paul Curtis 1994 - Fab Flournoy 1993 - Binky Barrentine 1992 - Kevin Thibodeaux 1991 - Bobby Straface 1990 - Anthony Johnson 1989 - Kevin Williams 1988 - Kevin Williams 1987 - Ronald Cox 1986 - Kenny Jimerson 1985 - Guy McInnis 1984 - Ronald Cox

SECONDO DICARLO DEFENSIVE AWARD (sponsored by Dr. Emma DiCarlo Vincent) 2011 - Patrick Richard 2010 - Stephan Martin 2009 - Kleon Penn 2008 - Kleon Penn 2007 - John Pichon 2006 - Ryan Price 2005 - Ryan Price 2004 - Ryan Price 2003 - Eldridge Lewis 2002 - Raynell Brewer 2001 - Ira Miller 2000 - Fred Gentry 1999 - Franklin Paul 1998 - Franklin Paul 1997 - Jason Wallace 1996 - Pointer Williams 1995 - Fab Flournoy 1994 - Anthony Anderson 1993 - Anthony Anderson 1992 - Steve Hooks 1991 - Martin Yokum 1990 - Tony Johnson 1989 - Anthony Pullard 1988 - Tab Harris 1987 - Jerome Batiste 1986 - Jerome Batiste, Girard Harmon 1985 - Joe Dumars 1984 - Joe Dumars 1983 - Joe Dumars 1982 - Harold McReynolds 1981 - Chris Faggi 1980 - Mack Golden 1979 - Chris Faggi 1978 - David Lawrence 1977 - David Lawrence 1976 - Edmond Lawrence 1975 - Edmond Lawrence 1974 - Henry Ray 1973 - Edmond Lawrence 1972 - Curtis St. Mary

NEWCOMER AWARD (Sponsored by Peter Romero) 2011 - Mari Konate 2010 - Dontae Cannon 2009 - Patrick Richard 2008 - Diego Kapelan 2007 - Kleon Penn 2006 - Dwight Boatner

HAROLD REYNOLDS REBOUND TROPHY (sponsored by Harold Reynolds) 2011 - P. J. Alawoya 2010 - P J. Alawoya 2009 - P. J. Alawoya 2008 - Jarvis Bradley 2007 - Jarvis Bradley

2006 - Quentin Gonzales 2005 - Aldryan Wardell 2004 - Jerrick Oliver 2003 - Damond Williams 2002 - Fred Gentry 2001 - Fred Gentry 2000 - Fred Gentry 1999 - Franklin Paul 1998 - Franklin Paul 1997 - Rosell Ellis 1996 - Rosell Ellis 1995 - Alvydas Pazdrazdis 1994 - Martin Yokum 1993 - Michael St. Julien 1992 - Melvin Johnson 1991 - Derrick Turner 1990 - Anthony Pullard 1989 - Anthony Pullard 1988 - Anthony Pullard 1987 - Jerome Batiste 1986 - Jerome Batiste 1985 - Chris Hardin 1984 - Chris Hardin 1983 - Chris Hardin 1982 - Chris Hardin, Fred Chauffould 1981 - Kevin Ross 1980 - David Lawrence 1979 - David Lawrence 1978 - John Rudd 1977 - John Rudd 1976 - John Rudd 1975 - John Rudd 1974 - Edmond Lawrence 1973 - Edmond Lawrence 1972 - George Murphy 1971 - George Murphy 1970 - George Murphy 1969 - George Boyd 1968 - George Boyd 1967 - Ed Green 1966 - J. C. Warren 1965 - Jerry Mullins 1964 - Clyde Briley 1963 - Jimmie Shields 1962 - Al Nesmith 1961 - Al Nesmith 1960 - John Riddle 1959 - Al Nesmith 1958 - Frank Glenn 1957 - Frank Glenn 1956 - Frank Glenn 1955 - Frank Glenn 1954 - Roy Moore 1953 - Dick Miller

Kent Andrews led the nation in free throw shooting in 1967-68.

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AWARDS
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ALL FREE THROW TROPHY (sponsored by Dick Miller) 2011 - Diego Kapelan 2010 - Stephan Martin 2009 - Diego Kapelan 2008 - John Ford 2007 - John Ford 2006 - Jarvis Bradley 2005 - Bryce May 2004 - Monte’ Farmer 2003 - Adrian Johnson 2002 - Chauncey Bryant 2001 - Demond Mallet 2000 - Tierre Brown 1999 - Demond Mallet 1998 - Demond Mallet 1997 - Demond Mallet 1996 - Tommy Mumford 1995 - Damon Wordlaw 1994 - Darrik Clark 1993 - Paul Wallace 1992 - Binky Barrentine 1991 - Bobby Straface 1990 - Danny Servick 1989 - Dwayne Davis 1988 - Dwayne Davis 1987 - Jerome Batiste 1986 - Kenny Jimerson 1985 - Joe Dumars 1984 - Joe Dumars 1983 - Guy McInnis 1982 - Joe Dumars 1981 - Mack Golden 1980 - Manuel Dugas 1979 - David Lawrence 1978 - Chirley McLaurin 1977 - Rod Viebig 1976 - John Rudd 1975 - Larry Oney 1974 - David Wallace 1973 - Henry Ray 1972 - David Wallace 1971 - John Shackelton 1970 - Mike Chapman 1969 - Kent Andrews 1968 - Kent Andrews 1967 - Kent Andrews 1966 - Ellis Boyd 1965 - Clyde Briley 1964 - Clyde Briley 1963 - Clyde Briley 1962 - Don Troutman 1961 - Stan Kernan 1960 - Don Troutman 1959 - Stan Kernan 1958 - Stan Kernan 1957 - Stan Kernan ASSIST TROPHY (sponsored by Dr. David Wallace) 2011 - C. J. Collins 2010 - C. J. Collins 2009 - C. J. Collins 2008 - John Ford 2007 - John Ford 2006 - John Ford 2005 - John Ford 2004 - Eldridge Lewis 2003 - Eldridge Lewis 2002 - Chauncey Bryant 2001 - Chauncey Bryant

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2000 - Tierre Brown 1999 - Chauncey Bryant 1998 - Tierre Brown 1997 - Rosell Ellis 1996 - Pointer Williams 1995 - Paul Curtis 1994 - Paul Curtis 1993 - Darrik Clark 1992 - Bobby Straface 1991 - Danny Servick 1989 - Terry Griggley 1988 - Dwayne Davis 1987 - Ronald Sykes 1986 - Girard Harmon 1985 - Girard Harmon 1984 - David Green 1983 - David Green 1982 - David Green 1981 - David Green 1980 - Mack Golden 1979 - Ray Baggett 1978 - Rod Viebig 1977 - Rod Viebig 1976 - Glen Hanks 1975 - Bertel Reder 1974 - Bertel Reder 1973 - Bertel Reder 1972 - David Wallace Bertel Reder 1971 - Dan Leslie 1970 - Dan Leslie 1969 - George Boyd 1968 - Dean Glenn 1967 - Kent Andrews JOE DUMARS AWARD 2011 - Stephan Martin 2010 - Patrick Richard 2009 - John Pichon 2008 - John Pichon 2007 - Rorey Lawrence ROLAND MOSS AWARD 2011 - C. J. Collins 2010 - Elbryan Neal 2009 - John Pichon 2008 - John Ford 2007 - Troy Aaron 2006 - J. T. Williams 2005 - Edward Garriet 2004 - Eldridge Lewis 2003 - Jason Coleman 2002 - Chauncey Bryant 2001 - Tierre Brown 2000 - Khalid Morris 1999 - Todd Briley 1997 - Donald Fisher 1996 - Tommy Mumford 1995 - Fab Flournoy 1994 - Anthony Anderson 1993 - Paul Wallace 1992 - Derek Haywood 1991 - Terrell Thompson 1990 - Mark Thompson

Opponent McW McL Abilene Christian 3 0 Alabama 0 3 Alabama State 2 0 Alaska-Anchorage 2 0 Alexandria AF Base 1 0 Arizona State 0 1 Arkansas 0 1 Arkansas A&M 5 0 Ark-Little Rock 2 1 Ark-Monticello 1 0 Arkansas State 27 12 Auburn 0 2 Austin Peay 1 0 Baylor 0 2 Belhaven 3 0 Boston College 0 1 Brigham Young 0 2 Camp Polk 1 1 Centenary 2 13 Central Arkansas 7 4 Central Florida 2 1 Central (Ill.) State 1 0 Central Oklahoma 1 0 Chicago State 2 2 Christian Brothers 1 1 Cincinnati 0 1 Coastal Carolina 0 1 College of Ozarks 1 0 Colorado State 0 2 Concordia (NY) 2 0 Connecticut 0 1 Culver-Stockton 2 0 Davidson 1 0 Dayton 1 2 Delta State 1 0 Dillard 2 0 East Texas Baptist 9 3 East Central Okla 1 0 East Tennessee State 1 0 East Texas State 8 6 Eastern New Mexico 1 0 Florence State 1 0 Florida 0 1 Florida Atlantic 2 0 Florida State 0 1 Fresno State 1 1 Fullerton State 0 1 Georgetown College 2 0 George Mason 2 0 Georgia College 1 0 Georgia Southern 0 1 Georgia State 2 0 Georgia Teachers 2 0 Grambling 4 2 Hardin-Simmons 5 0 Hawaii 3 3 Hawaii-Hilo 0 1 Henderson State 1 1 Hope College 1 0 Houston 1 5 Houston Baptist 12 2 Illinois 0 1 Illinois-Chicago 0 1 Illinois State 1 6 Iona 0 1 Iowa 0 1 Jackson State 3 2 Jarvis Christian 2 0

Lamar Liberty Lipscomb LeTourneau College LSU Louisiana College Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana Tech Loyola (NO) MacMurry Marquette Mary Hardin Baylor McKendree College Memphis State Miami Middle Tenn. State Mississippi Mississippi College Mississippi State Mississippi Valley Missouri Missouri-Rolla Missouri Valley Mobile College Montana State Morehead State Murray State Nevada New Mexico New Mexico A&M New Orleans Nicholls State Norfolk State Northeastern U. Northern Arizona Northern Colorado North Park North Texas Northwest Missouri Northwestern State Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma College Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Ouachita Baptist Pan American Paul Quinn Pepperdine Pittsburgh (KN) State Portland State Prairie View Presbyterian College Rice Richmond SMU St. Edward University St. Leo St. Mary (CA) St. Mary (Texas) St. Thomas University Sacramento State Samford Sam Houston State San Francisco San Diego State Siena Heights South Alabama

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South Connecticut Southern U (BR) Southern U (NO) SE Louisiana SE Oklahoma State Southern Mississippi Southern (ARK) State Southern Utah Southwest Missouri Southwestern (TX) U. Spring Hill College Stanford Stephen F. Austin Stetson Sul Ross SW Assemblies TCU Taylor College Tennessee A&I Tenn-Chattanooga Texas Texas A&M TEXA&M-Corpus Texas-Arlington Texas College Texas-El Paso Texas Lutheran Texas-San Antonio Texas State Texas Southern Texas Tech Texas Tyler Texas Wesleyan Tougaloo Trinity University Tulane Tulsa Univ. of Southwest US International Washburn Washington Weber State West Florida West Texas State West Virginia Wichita State Wiley College William Carey Wisconsin-Parkside Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wyoming

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ALL-TIME
LETTERMEN A Troy Aaron 2005, 06, 07 Jimmy Abram 2000,01 Haris Achilleos 1996 Charles Allen 1967,68 Willie Allen 1977, 78 P. J. Alawoya 2008, 09, 10, 11 Anthony Anderson 1993-94 Keith Andrews 1966,67,68 Kent Andrews 1966,67,68 Robbie Armstead 1972,73 Torphy Avant 1965 B Charles Baggett 1957 Chris Baggett 1982,83 Ray Baggett 1978,79 Rick Barbier 1982 Shane Barge 1993 Josh Barnhill 2007 Ed Barrilleaux 1960,63,64 Binky Barrentine 1991,92,93 Jerome Batiste 1985, 86, 87 Paul Beik 2000,01,02 Dwight Boatner 2006 Seneca Bohanan 1996 Gene Bodden 1972,73 Wade Booker 1971,72 Harry Boudreaux 1995 Chris Boyd 1981,82 Ellis Boyd 1965,66,67,68 George Boyd 1968,69 Jarvis Bradley 2006, 07, 08 William Breen 1957 Raynell Brewer 2001,02 Roland Briggs 1976,77,78 Clyde Briley 1962,63,64,65 Todd Briley 1996, 97, 98, 99 Tierre Brown 1998, 99,00,01 Walter Broussard 2000 Jim Bruce 1951 Phillip Bruchhaus 1978 Chauncey Bryant 1999,00,01,02 Ron Buckley 1965,66 Gerald Buetel 1968 Andre Burks 1997 Gerald Bush 1984 C Ted Cabra 1958 James Cain 1985 James David Cain 1961 Dontae Cannon 2010, 11 Phillip Carter 1998 Dudley Carver 1954,55,56 Shannon Cary 1966 Ed Cepiel 1962 Fred Chaffould 1982,83 Mike Chapman 1969,70,71,72 Ted Chapman 1952,53,54,55 Newton Chelette 1970 Tony Chiri 1975 Darrik Clark 1993,94 Jerry Clark 1955,56,57,58 McKinley Clark 1998 Reggie Cobb 1990,91 Hugh Cole 1953 Jason Coleman 2000,01,02,03 C. J. Collins 2008, 09, 10, 11 Larry Comeaux 1962,63,64 Leto Comeaux 1954 Jay Cook 1990 Edward Cormier 1955 Billy Cotton 2009 Quentin Cotton 1985 Markus Cox 1998

Ronald Cox 1983,85,86,87 Pat Cunningham 1965 Dan Cupit 1961 Robert Cupit 1987 Paul Curtis 1994,95 Michael Cutright 1986,87,88,89

Dwayne Henry 1988 Bobby Holland 2009 Mark Holmes 1995,96 Steve Hooks 1992 Calvin Hunter 1998 Chris Husband 1990

D Preston David 2008, 09, 10, 11 Dwayne Davis 1988,89 Charles Decker 1956,57 Miguel DeGruy 1995,96 Eric Delafose 1995 Jack Doland 1948,49,50,51 Jerry Doland 1953,54,55 Chuck Dolezal 1977,78 Ronald Dorsey 2004, 05 Dwayne Duck 1992 Manuel Dugas 1977,78,79,80 Glenn Duhon 1964 Joe Dumars 1982,83,84,85 Ronald Dumars 1996, 97

J Larry Jackson 2002,03 Billy James 1950,51 Kenny Jimerson 1983,84,85,86 Adrian Johnson 1999,01,02,03 Melvin Johnson 1992,93 Tony Johnson 1989,90 Barry Jones 1969,70,71 Rusty Jones 1979 James Jowers 1967 Jamelle Juneau 2005

E Bennie Elkins 1967,68 David Ellis 1977 Rosell Ellis 1996, 97 Rudolph Ezernack 1965 F Chris Faggi 1979,81,82 Monte’ Farmer 2003, 04 Chris Farrell 2000 Adrian Fields, 2011 Clarence Fields 1996, 97 Donald Fisher 1996, 97 Fab Flournoy 1994,95 Adrian Floyd 1999 Carlos Ford 1979,80 John Ford 2005,06, 07, 08 Larone Ford 1991 Ricky Forsythe 1979,80 Wayne Fournier 1966 Michael Francis 1992 Jody Frey 1985 G Terrance Gabriel 1992,93 Adrien Garr 2008 Edward Garriet 2002,03,04,05 Fred Gentry 1999,00,01,02 Byron Gibbs 1974,75 Trey Gilder 2004 Dean Glenn 1967,68 Frank Glenn 1956,57,58 Mack Golden 1980,81 Quentin Gonzales 2006, 07 Alonzo Gray 1997, 98 David Green 1981,82,83,84 Ed Green 1965,66,67,68 Joe Green 1983 Terry Griggley 1989 Martinez Grimes 1982,83 Brian Guilbeaux 2003,04 H Glen Hanks 1974,75,76 Ron Hansen 1980,81 Chris Hardin 1982,83,84,85 Girard Harmon 1983,84,85 Tab Harris 1987,88,89 Carroll Hatcher 1956,57,58 John Hawkins 1968,69 Derek Haywood 1991,92 Dick Hendricks 1951 Denton Hendricks 1962,63,64

K Diego Kapelan 2008, 09, 10, 11 Pete Kazayaka 1959,60,61 George Kearse 1984,85 Keith Kelly 1986,87 Joe Kennison 1994 Stan Kernan 1957,58,59,61 Dmitri Khorokorin 2001,02 Michael Killpatrick 1990 Carl Klein 1992,93,94,95 Ken Kolde 1981 Mari Konate 2011 L David Lawrence 1977,78,79,80 Edmond Lawrence 1973,74,75,76 Rorey Lawrence 2007, 08 Louis Lee 1989,91,92 Willie Lee 1968,69 Jeff LeJeune 1998 Dan Leslie 1968,69,70 Eldridge Lewis 2001,02,03,04 Eric Lewis 1993,95 Jamarcus Little 2009, 10 Mc Brad McCann 1986,87 Nicholas McDaniel 2004 Guy McInnis 1982,83,84,85 Chirley McLaurin 1975,76,77,78 Richard McNabb 1956,57 Harold McReynolds 1979,81,82 M Demond Mallet 1997, 98, 99,01 Darris Manciel 2005,06 Stephan Martin 2008, 09, 10, 11 Steve Martin 1987 Ray Manis 1951,52 Mike Marshall 1986 Eric Massey 2007 Bryce May 2004, 05 John Mayes 1949 Joe Metoyer 1968,69 Dick Miller 1949,50,51,52 Ira Miller 2001 Tom Miller 1969 Jeremie Mitchell 2010, 11 Ray Moore 1952,55 Roy Moore 1952,53,54,55 Wilbert Moore 1961,62,63 Will Morning 2010 Khalid Morris 1999 Mike Muffoletto 1969 Tommy Mumford 1995,96 George Murphy 1969,70,71,72

N Elbryan Neal 2009, 10 Al Nesmith 1959,61,62 Peyton Nicholson 1999 O Erkan Oguz 2004 Jerrick Oliver 2003,04 P Robert Palmer 1996, 1997 Franklin Paul 1998, 99 Alvydas Pazdrazdis 1994,95,97 Kleon Penn 2007, 08, 09 Ben Perkins 2001,02 Gerald Perry 1962 Jesse Perry 1956,57,58 John Pichon 2006, 07, 08, 09 Mike Pigott 1964,65 Charles Pizley 1959 Gary Pozar 1973 Ryan Price 2004,05,06 Anthony Pullard 1986,88,89,90 Q Andrew Queen 2004, 05 Tyson Queen 2011 R Henry Ray 1972,73,74,75 Bertel Reder 1972,73,74,75 Brandon Regis 2010, 11 Bill Reigel 1955,56 Daniel Richard 2009, 10, 11 Patrick Richard 2009, 10, 11 Donnie Richardson 1958 Daniel Richard 2009 Dan Richey 1970 John Riddle 1961 Anthony Robinson 2006, 08 Kevin Ross 1978,79,80,81 Corey Route 2000 John Rudd 1975,76,77,78 S Charles Saulnier 2007, 08 Joe Savoie 1964 Ben Scarborough 1980,81 Ruble Scarborough 1954,55,56 Don Schmitt 1974 Gus Schram 1952 Jeff Schweitzer 1973,74,75 Herman Scott 1995 Terrance Scott 1999 Kinley Sellers 2005 Danny Servick 1990,91 John Shackleton 1969,70,71,72 Troy Shaw 1965 Danny Sheridan 1969,70 Jimmie Shields 1960,61,62,63 Larvett Sigler 1954 Elroi Simon 1985 Greg Sims 1991 Milton Simmons 1987,88 Rickey Smith 1976,77,78 Carroll Sepulvado 1966 Melvin St. Julien 1970,71 Michael St. Julien 1993 Curtis St. Mary 1971,72,73,74 Bobby Straface 1990, 91,92 Clifton Styner 1981,82,83,84 Jeff Sudds 1970 Dave Swann 1986,87,88 Ronald Sykes 1984,87

T Damon Tankersley 1997 Oscar Taylor 1983,84 Gary Thibodeaux 1973,74,75,76 Kevin Thibodeaux 1992,93,94 Mark Thompson 1987,88,89,90 Terrell Thompson 1989,90,91 Don Troutman 1958,59,61,62 Ken Troutman 1958 Dan Tubbs 1997 Greg Tucker 2003,04 Derrick Turner 1990,91 U Don Upshaw 1992 V Rod Viebig 1977,78 W David Wallace 1972,73,74 Jason Wallace 1996,97 Paul Wallace 1991,92 Aldryan Wardell 2005,06, 07,08 J. C. Warren 1965,66,67 David Washburn 1962,63,64,65 Bill Watkins 1978,79,80 Sonny Watkins 1963,64,65,66 Marcus Watts 2003,04 John Wesley 1982,83,84 Grant Westerchil 1985 Damond Williams 2002,03 Don Williams 1951,52 Glen Williams 1980 J. T. Williams 2005,06 Kevin Williams 1988,89 Pointer Williams 1996 Don Wilson 1966,67 Damon Wordlaw 1994, 95 Tom Wunder 1964,65,66 Y Kirill Yakovlev 1999,2000 Martin Yokum 1991,93,94 Atakan Yurttas 2010 Z Larry Zeringue 1967,68,69 Pete Zytkiewiez 1961,62,63

Fab Flournoy - 1994-95 SLC CHAMPIONS

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MCNEESE
COACHING
LEGACY

DAVE SIMMONS

TIC PRICE

RON EVERHART

STEVE WELCH

GLENN DUHON

70-83 1 conference championship 2006-Present

74-68 (2002-2006) 5 years, 1 conference championship

92-104 (1995-2001) 7 years, 2 conference championships

76-120 (1988-1994) 7 years, 1 conference tournament title

155-136 (1978-1987) 10 years, 1 conference championship

E. W. FOY

BILL REIGEL

RALPH O. WARD

52-26 (1975-1977) 3 years, 1 conference championship

55-20 (1972-1974) 3 years

282-194 (1953-1971) 19 years, 6 conference championships, 1 national championship

WAYNE CUSIC 124-58 (1946-1952) 9 years

ALL-TIME COACHING STAFFS 1946-1953:Wayne Cusic 1953-54: Ralph O. Ward 1954-55: Ralph O. Ward 1955-56: Ralph O. Ward Fred Stephens 1956-57: Ralph O. Ward Fred Stephens 1957-58: Ralph O. Ward Rodney Farris 1958-59: Ralph O. Ward Rodney Farris 1959-60: Ralph O. Ward 1960-61: Ralph O. Ward 1961-62: Ralph O. Ward 1962-63: Ralph O. Ward Ted Chapman 1963-64: Ralph O. Ward Ted Chapman 1964-65: Ralph O. Ward Ted Chapman 1965-66: Ralph O. Ward Marvin Adams 1966-67: Ralph O. Ward Ed Young, Don Wilson 1967-68: Ralph O. Ward, Ed Young, Don Wilson 1968-69: Ralph O. Ward, Ed Young 1969-70: Ralph O. Ward, Sonny Watkins

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1970-71: Ralph O. Ward, Sonny Watkins 1971-72: Bill Reigel, Danny Cupit, Carl Shetler 1972-73: Bill Reigel, Danny Cupit, Carl Shetler 1973-74: Bill Reigel, Carl Shetler 1974-75: E. W. Foy, Billy Holmes, Jim Cobb 1975-76: E. W. Foy, Glenn Duhon, Denny Wright 1976-77: E. W. Foy, Glenn Duhon, Denny Wright 1977-78: Glenn Duhon, Denny Wright, George Murphy 1978-79: Glenn Duhon, Denny Wright, George Murphy 1979-80: Glenn Duhon, Dale Skinner, TimTeeter 1980-81: Glenn Duhon, Newton Chelette, Billy Brown 1981-82: Glenn Duhon, Newton Chelette, Billy Brown, Fletcher Cockrell 1982-83: Glenn Duhon, Newton Chelette, Billy Brown, Fletcher Cockrell 1983-84: Glenn Duhon, Newton Chelette, Billy Brown, Fletcher Cockrell

1984-85: Glenn Duhon, Billy Brown, Denny Wright, Butch Sigler, Edmond Lawrence 1985-86: Glenn Duhon, Billy Brown, Denny Wright, Byron Gibbs, Edmond Lawrence 1986-87: Glenn Duhon, Billy Brown, Denny Wright 1987-88: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson 1988-89: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1989-90: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1990-91: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1991-92: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1992-93: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1993-94: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Shannon Lafargue 1994-95: Ron Everhart, Paul Kelly, Tony Harvey, Mike Wilson

1995-96: Ron Everhart, Paul Kelly, Tony Harvey, Carl Klein 1996-97: Ron Everhart, Paul Kelly, Anthony Anderson, Carl Klein 1997-98: Ron Everhart, Greg Gary, Carlin Hartman, Carl Klein 1998-99: Ron Everhart, Carl Klein, Julius Allen, Jason Hamm 1999-2000: Ron Everhart, Tic Price, Carl Klein, David Dumars 2000-01: Tic Price, John Dillard, David Dumars, Jamie Eagles 2001-02: Tic Price, David Dumars, John Dillard, Micah Coleman 2002-03: Tic Price, David Dumars, Kim Lewis, Chris DeFelice 2003-04: Tic Price, David Dumars, Chris DeFelice, Jim Steadman 2004-05: Tic Price, David Dumars, Rodney McConnell, Matt Grahn

2005-06: Tic Price, David Dumars, Rodney McConnell, Matt Grahn 2006-07: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, T. J. Marcum, Edward Garriett 2007-08: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, T. J. Marcum, Edward Garriet 2008-09: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, T. J. Marcum, Patrick Haynes 2009-10: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, T. J. Marcum, Steve Welch, Patrick haynes 2010-11: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, Steve Welch, Patrick Haynes 2011-12: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, Steve Welch, Patrick Haynes

MEMORABLE
SEASONS 1956

1968

McNeese 60 Texas Southern 55

Gulf States Conference Champions and NCAA II participants

Cowboys win NAIA National Championship

The Cowboys completed a 33-3 run on the season by beating Texas Southern in the finals of the NAIA tournament. Bill Reigel, who would go on to serve as a coach for the Cowboys later, was the team’s leading scorer, pumping in a school record 33.9 points per game...he would also be named the outstanding player in the NAIA tournament and earn all-American honors

Ed Green was the team captain of this squad that posted a 20-5 record and won what was then a school record 19 straight ball games....Kent Andrews was also featured on the team and he led the nation in free throw shooting

1975

1985

McNeese 101 Arkansas State 84 Southland Conference champs

Fans Pack the Lake Charles Civic Center

The Cowboys won their first Southland Conference title this year with E. W. Foy as the head coach. Team leaders were Henry Ray who was named the league’s player of the year, Edmond Lawrence and a freshman by the name of John Rudd

1989 Southland Conference tournament champions and NCAA participants The Cowboys won the SLC tournament title and then pushed Illinois to the limit in a first round NCAA 77-71 loss. Michael Cutright and Anthony Pullard led that team, Cutright scoring 51 points in one game.

2002

In Joe Dumars’ final year the Cowboys went 18-10 and they packed the Lake Charles Civic Center most of the year. One particular game was a sellout when Dumars and the Cowboys went head to head with Karl Malone and Louisiana Tech. A bevy of NBA scouts and GMs were on hand also.

2001 Southland Conference champions and NIT Ron Everhart led the Cowboys to the SLC title and into the NIT tournament in this game. Demond Mallet was the ringleader and he was named the league’s player of the year after claiming the scoring title. Also on that team was Tierre Brown who went on to play in the NBA.

20011

Southland Conference champions and NCAA participants

Southland Conference champions and NIT participants

Tic Price led the Cowboys to the league title - regular season and tournament - in his first year as head coach. They posted a 21-9 record and went on to play Mississippi State in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Fred Gentry led the team and was named the SLC tournament MVP.

Dave Simmons coached the Cowboys to the SLC regular title and into the NIT. The team posted a 21-12 record and was led by junior Patrick Richard who went on to be named McNeese State’s athlete of the year. McNeese hosted Boston College in a first round NIT game. SLC CHAMPIONS

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MCNEESE
HALL
OF
FAME

Pictured are 2011 Hall of Fame inductees (left to right) Shanie Dugas (baseball), Bob Fuhrer (football), David Kohrs (track) , Jim Murphy (sports medicine) and Anthony Pullard (basketball). The McNeese State Hall of Fame was founded in 1980 by sports information director Louis Bonnette. The Hall recognizes those who have distinguished themselves in athletics at the university. Membership in the Hall now numbers 125. Bonnette serves as chairman of the Hall of Fame committee which also includes Johnny Suydam, Ron Hayes, Hubert Boales, Pam Lafosse, Dr. Daryl Burckel, Kenneth Sweeney, Bobby Dower and Tommy McClelland. The Hall of Fame now has its own room in the new Jack Doland athletic field house.

Charles Allen ‘10 - football Kent Andrews ‘98 - basketball Charles Ayro ‘10 - football Bobby Barnes ‘93 - baseball/track Jerome Batiste ‘10 - basketball Billy Blakeman ‘09 - football Hubert Boales ‘05 - coach Louis Bonnette ‘02 - sports information Bud Bono ‘05 - golf Don Breaux ‘84 - football Clyde Briley ‘89 - basketball Zack Bronson ‘07 - football Jim Brown ‘91 - tennis Ben Broussard ‘07 - baseball Daryl Burckel ‘02 - football Terry Burrows ‘09 - baseball Dudley Carver ‘04 - basketball Jesse Castete ‘82 - football Vicky Chapman ‘85 - basketball Leonard Chisholm ‘07 - track Gerald Conner ‘95 - football Brian Cooper ‘99 - track Mike Croker ‘06 - baseball Wayne Cusic ‘85 - coach/administrator Charles Decker ‘84 - basketball/baseball Jules DeRouen ‘82 - football Les DeVall ‘83 - coach Jack Doland ‘90 - coach/administrator Dr. David Drez ‘10 - sports medicine Shanie Dugas ‘11 - baseball Ernie Duplechin ‘95 - coach/administrator Joe Dumars ‘94 - basketball 56 /

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Richard Ellender ‘03 - football Errol Eschete ‘97 - football Doug Farr ‘06 - golf Henry Fields ‘09 - football James Files ‘92 - football Dowell Fontenot ‘80 - boxing Ray Fontenot ‘89 - baseball Rocke Fournet ‘01 - football Bob Fuhrer ‘11 - football Billy Gabbert ‘08 - golf Keri Ange Gilroy ‘07 - track Frank Glenn ‘81 - basketball Tim Graham ‘95 - golf Ed Green ‘00 - basketball Larry Grissom ‘85 - football Evans Guidroz ‘87 - boxing Paul Guidry ‘91 - football Ellis Guillory ‘94 - coach Rusty Guilbeau ‘01 - football Rogers Hampton ‘93 - football Bob Hayes ‘00 - coach Nick Hebert ‘05 - football Craig Henry ‘98 - track Vicente Hernandez ‘04 - tennis Bob Howell ‘08 - football Terry Irving ‘09 - football Amos Ivey ‘86 - baseball Pat Jean ‘96 - basketball Desmond Jones ‘97 - football Bill Jongbloed ‘87 - track Buford Jordan ‘93 - football Kerry Joseph ‘06 - football

Lenny Kahn ‘00 - football Bobby Keasler ‘06 - coach Stan Kernan ‘83 - basketball Glenn Kidder ‘86 - football Wayne Kingery ‘80 - football David Kohrs ‘11 - track Charles Kuehn ‘80 - football Lester Landry ‘01 - football Cherilyn Lantrip ‘04 - softball David Lawrence ‘99 - basketball Edmond Lawrence ‘88 - basketball Arthur Lee ‘99 - coach Darrell Lester ‘02 - football Tangela McAlister ‘06 - basketball Theron McClendon ‘98 - football Richard McNabb ‘08 - basketball Fanahan McSweeney ‘97 - track Rabbit Manuel ‘84 - boxing Carlos Medrano ‘03 - tennis Dick Miller ‘91 - basketball John Miller ‘07 - football James Moore ‘88 - football Roy Moore ‘87 - football Dicky Morgan ‘90 - track George Murphy ‘92 - basketball Jim Murphy ‘11 - sports medicine Carroll Neely ‘83 - football Fred Norris ‘96 - track Pat O’Brien ‘81 - golf Pat O’Callaghan ‘05 - track Carlos Perez ‘04 - tennis Phillip Perry ‘88 - boxing David Poche ‘89 - football Jim Pousson ‘08 - football Charles Powell ‘99 - football Anthony Pullard ‘11 - basketball A. I. Ratcliff ‘81 - coach/administrator Henry Ray ‘90 - basketball Bill Reigel ‘80 - basketball Ann Roubique ‘01 - softball/basketball John Rudd ‘86 - basketball Curtis St. Mary ‘03 - basketball Ruble Scarborough ‘08 - basketball/track Tom Sestak ‘83 - football Artie Shankle ‘05 - football Jimmie Shields ‘96 - basketball R. C. Slocum ‘04 - football Leonard Smith ‘96 - football Neal Spencer ‘10 - baseball Stephen Starring ‘00 - football Charlie Stevenson ‘03 - football/baseball Don Stump ‘02- football Kenneth Sweeney ‘92 - football Johnnie Thibodeaux ‘97 - football Kevin Toth ‘03 - track Don Troutman ‘02 - basketball/track Nolan Viator ‘98 - football Merlin Walet ‘94 - football Ralph Ward ‘82- coach Sita Waru ‘09 - track Frederico Zarazua ‘81 - tennnis

RETIRED
NUMBERS McNeese State has retired the uniform numbers of eight former greats - two in football, one in baseball, one in soccer and four in basketball. In basketball the retirees are the No. 4 of Joe Dumars, No. 25 of Stan Kernan, No. 33 of Bill Reigel and No. 34 of Frank Glenn. Football retired the No. 82 of end Charles Kuehn and the No. 76 of tackle David Poche. The only baseball number to be retired is the No. 23 of Ben Broussard and Kamryn Koch is the only female to have her number retired - No. 22 in soccer.

4 Joe Dumars

25 Stan Kernan

33 Bill Reigel

34 Frank Glenn

76 David Poche

82 Charles Kuehn

22 Kamryn Koch

23 Ben Broussard

Played both ways for the Cowboys in the 1960s and earned all-American honors as an offensive and defensive tackle.

McNeese’s first college division all-American. He played defensive end and went on to serve as Cowboy assistant coach.

The all-time scoring leader in McNeese history. He was an all-American and conference player of the year. He went on to an allpro career with Detroit and now serves as the club’s president for basketball operations.

One of the top scorers in McNeese history, twice he earned conference player of the year honors...earned all-America recognition... led his team to two league titles and averaged 19.2 points for his full career.

Led McNeese to the NAIA national title in 195556 by leading the nation with a 33.9 scoring average...twice scored over 50 points in a game...went on to serve as head coach at McNeese and win 56 games in three seasons.

The first female to have her number retired. She was the McNeese athlete of the year and all-everything in soccer.

One of the top rebounders in McNeese history...still holds the school single season record for rebounds of 12.6...all-American and all-conference and named conference player of the year

Played first base for the Cowboys and set school records for home runs and RBIs. He went on to play in the major leagues for eight seasons. SLC CHAMPIONS

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DOWELL
“DOC”
FONTENOT
SPORTS
MEDICINE
CENTER

McNeese State’s Dowell “Doc” Fontenot Sports Medicine Center is an ultra-modern facility and one of the finest in the South. It is named after longtime McNeese athletic trainer Dowell Fontenot (pictured above at left) who was also a national champion boxer during his undergraduate days at the university and who is a member of the McNeese Hall of Fame. Jim Murphy (above right and also a Hall of Fame member) is director of sports medicine at McNeese and is in his 31st year. The center is located just south of the McNeese athletic field house. Funds for the 6,200 square foot medical center were obtained from the state, from private donations and from the McNeese PetroChem Athletic Association.

Dr. John Noble Dr. Geoffrey Collins Head Team Physician Team Physician

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Dr. David Drez Team Physician

CHARLES
KUEHN
WEIGHT
ROOM

The new Charles Kuehn Weight Room at the Jack Doland Field House was outfitted by Life Fitness Company and Hammer Strength Company who made the 8,000 square foot room a showcase weight facility. Weights are painted in platinum and blue and there are 16 Mondo enlayed platforms for heavy weight work, one of only eight schools in the nation to have this. The weight room also includes: 16 multipurpose racks, 80,000 pounds of weights (McNeese logo on the weights), nine 52 inch flat screen television sets, mirrors all the way around, two treadmills, two elliptical machines, a stationary bike and a $12,000 surround sound system donated by Scott Bailey and Bailey Audio. A 12 foot McNeese logo sets off the room from the center floor. The facility is named in honor of McNeese State’s first football all-American who is pictured below. Zeb Hawkins (pictured above left) is in his seventh season as the university’s strength and conditioning coach. Alan Bryant (pictured above right) is the assistant strength coach and is in his first year.

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JACK
V.
DOLAND
FIELD
HOUSE The new Jack Doland athletic field house opened during the past summer. This is a two story $8 million facility with new locker rooms, weight rooms, meeting rooms and offices as well as seated area for football games. The building encompasses 32,000 square feet.

Lake Charles and Southwest Louisiana McNeese State University is located in Lake Charles, LA, a city with a romatic past and a promising future. Situated in Southwest Louisiana and only 30 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, the area’s scenic beauty and abundant natural resources - with waterways playing a predominate role - first lured settlers. Lake Charles was once a haven for pirates like Jean Lafitte who hid contraband along the labyrinth of backwater and bayous. The city’s beginning can be traced to the 1790s when the first French settlers came to carve homesteads out of the dense pine forests. Barthlemy LeBleu established the first home six miles east of Lake Charles (now known as LeBleu settlement). Charles Sallier married LeBleu’s daughter and in 1803 built the first log cabin on the shell beach of Lake Charles. The surrounding area was named after the Indian Chief “Crying Eagle” which in French became Calcasieu, that name today designating the river that runs on the edge of the city and up the middle of the parish. After the Civil War, Lake Charles became a lumber town with a healthy schooner trade, swamped with orders for lumber to help rebuild the war torn South. When lumber began to wane, the city opened a deep water port in 1923, paving the way for industrial development. Today this link to the Gulf accomodates up to 13 ships at a time. Lake Charles is a city of 80,000 diverse people but the influence of the French Acadians is seen in local cusine, language and customs. In many of the small towns and bayous near Lake Charles, Cajun Fench is still spoken. The city is a center for international commerce with its port, abundant oil and gas resources, a sprawling petro-chemical complex and an aviation facility. It has also become a favorite vacation port with riverboat casinos bordering its waters. The city is set in the midst of a sportsman paradise - fishing (saltwater and fresh), hunting (duck, geese, deer, squirrel, rabbit, turkey), shrimping and crabbing are staples. 60 /

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BURTON
COLISEUM McNeese State plays its home games in Burton Coliseum, with a few played at the Lake Charles Civic Center. Last year a new maple wood floor was installed. It features the school logo and the Southland Conference logo as well as NBA goals. The project was a $150,000 undertaking.

HOME
OF
THE
COWBOYS

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Burton Coliseum opened for basketball games in the 1986-87 season with LSU serving as the first Cowboy opponent. The coliseum seats 8,000 for basketball and McNeese has consistently been among the leaders in attendance in the Southland Conference.

Cowboys’ Record at Burton Coliseum Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 ‘01-02 ‘00-01 ‘99-00 ‘98-99 ‘97-98 ‘96-97 ‘95-96 ‘94-95 ‘93-94 ‘92-93 ‘91-92 ‘90-91 ‘89-90 ‘88-89 ‘87-88 ‘86-87 Totals

W L Atten. 15 2 22,336 7 3 6,604 4 4 6,889 7 3 10,043 8 3 5,793 5 2 5,801 10 3 10,394 10 3 14,497 10 3 20,800 13 0 37,594 13 1 33,943 4 7 11,460 8 3 14,410 5 8 8,450 11 1 18,500 11 2 30,600 7 4 22,915 8 4 29,149 5 7 29,478 4 9 32,650 5 10 45,942 9 3 42,685 9 3 39,838 5 9 27,800 6 6 48,974 191 100 571,752

Largest Crowd 5,035 vs Boston Col. 714 vs SFA 1,349 vs Lamar 1,852 vs Lamar 920 vs Nicholls St. 1217 vs UTSA 1314 vs Nicholls St. 2800 vs Lamar 4000 vs Lamar 6025 vs La-Monroe 5543 vs Lamar 2279 vs Lamar 4000 vs SFA 1000 vs several 2800 vs several 3600 vs Nicholls St. 3500 vs North Texas 3571 vs Lamar 3701 vs NW State 4025 vs SFA 4276 vs Ole Miss 4758 vs Sam Houston 5225 vs La Tech 4800 vs Lamar 7000 vs LSU 7000 vs LSU

MEDIA INFORMATION CREDENTIALS: requests should be directed to Louis Bonnette, Sports Information Director, Box 92735, McNeese State, Lake Charles, LA 70609 COACH SIMMONS INTERVIEWS: he is available for phone or in person interviews from 9-10 a.m. daily...contact Coach Simmons secretary at 337, 475-5480 PLAYER INTERVIEWS: players are available for interviews 20 minutes prior to the start of practice; contact the SID office or the basketball office for practice times BURTON COLISEUM: McNeese plays its home games at Burton Coliseum which is located on the Gulf Highway right across from the Lake Charles Municipal Airport....some games will also be played at the Lake Charles Civic Center (located in downtown Lake Charles) PRESS ROW: it’s located on the west side of the coliseum floor; the press entrance to the coliseum is at the southwest door; will call will also be located there....phone: 337-562-4061 PRESS PARKING: located on the southwest side of the coliseum GAME SERVICE: McNeese utilizes the courtside program and will have up to date stats and play-by-play at halftime and at the end of the game; there are plenty of telephones located at courtside RADIO PHONES: McNeese provides phones for the visiting radio teams RADIO: games will be broadcast over KLCL (1470 AM) and 1290 AM with Richard Dow at the mike WIRELESS: Burton Coliseum is wireless; McNeeseAir SLC CHAMPIONS

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THE SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE

Tom Burnett Commissioner

McNeese State competes in the Southland Conference which lists 12 members for basketball. Besides the Cowboys, other members are Central Arkansas, TAM-Corpus Christi, Texas-Arlington, Northwestern State, Stephen F. Austin, Nicholls State, Southeastern Louisiana, Texas-San Antonio, Sam Houston State, Lamar and Texas State. The Cowboys compete in the eastern division. The Southland has been in existence since 1963 and McNeese State has been a member since 1972. McNeese is now the longest standing member of the league and during the 39 years the Cowboys have been in the conference, they have won six league championships, have had six runnerup finishes and have claimed two league tournament titles. The SLC receives an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament for its tournament champion. Again this year there will be divisional play within the league and the tournament championship will be held at the Merrell Center in Katy, TX. The championship game will be televised live.

LEAGUE ADDRESS 2600 Network Blvd. Suite 150 Frisco, TX 75034 (972) 422-9500 www.southland.org

.....www.mcneesesports.com McNeese State Faculty Athletic Committee Dr. Michael Soileau (pictured) is McNeese State’s faculty rep to the Southland Conference and to the NCAA. He is the university’s department head for Health and Human Performance. Other members of the university’s faculty committee are Sid Bradley (chairman), Dr. Derek Blakeley, Dr. Daryl Burckel, Dr. Greg Clark, Dr. Jeanne Daboval, Dr. Gwen Duhon, Dr. John Griffith, Lori Groves, Dr. Cheryl Northam, Joyce Patterson and James Watts. 62 /

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 2012 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT MEN’S BRACKET March 6-10, 2012 | Leonard E. Merrell Center | Katy, Texas Hosted by the Southland Conference

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MCNEESE ALL-TIME SLC TOURNAMENT RECORD - 2011 - 2001 Coach: Dave Simmons Coach: Ron Everhart 40$%/0"#:@3'*0@:%"')%E53%*$#@N'"F%O"#$*%3P%E0$%E3>.'"#$'E% (first round) McNeese 61, Nicholls 54 (first round) McNeese 83, La-Monroe 78 5@FF%Q$%E$F$A@*$)%Q+%E0$%D3>E0F"')%I3'P$.$'/$%4$F$A@*@3'% (semis) McNeese 91, Texas2$E53.R;%I0$/R%,2#&0*$)752%FG&'*'D.+.2)%P3.%F@*E%3P%"SF@"E$*; State 83 (semis) McNeese 99, Sam Houston State (finals) ULTSA 75, McNeese 72 82 40$%69B6%D3>E0F"')%M"*R$EQ"FF%43>.'"#$'E%5@FF%Q$%*E.$"#$)% F@A$%P3.%P.$$%3'%DTI%2&(,%"A"@F"QF$%"E%D3>E0F"');3.O; All-tournament: Patrick Richard, Diego (finals) NW State 72, McNeese 71 Kapelan All-tournament: Demond Mallet, Tierre - 2008 Brown Coach: Dave Simmons - 1999 (first round) Sam Houston State 64, Mc- Coach: Ron Everhart (first round) McNeese 100, Nicholls St. 87 Neese 62 (OT) (semis) Texas State 92, McNeese 82 - 2007 - 1997 Coach: Dave Simmons Coach: Ron Everhart (first round) McNeese 77, UTA 76 (first round) McNeese 81, UTA 50 (semis) AM-Corpus 87, McNeese 66 (semis) Texas State 76, McNeese 59 - 2006 - 1996 Coach: Tic Price Coach: Ron Everhart (first round) SFA 72, McNeese 70 (first round) SFA 94, McNeese 91 - 2005 - 1995 Coach: Tic Price Coach: Ron Everhart (first round) Sam Houston St. 88, McNeese (first round) Nicholls St. 88, McNeese 69 70 - 1994 - 2003 Coach: Steve Welch Coach: Tic Price (first round) North Texas 69, McNeese 65 (first round) McNeese 78, UTA 67 - 1993 (semis) Sam Houston 64, McNeese 58 Coach: Steve Welch All-tourament: Jason Coleman (first round) UTSA 77, McNeese 68 - 2002 - 1990 Coach: Tic Price Coach: Steve Welch (semis) McNeese 71, Lamar 57 (first round) North Texas 67, McNeese 62 (finals) McNeese 65, La-Monroe 43 All-tournament: Ben Perkins, Damond Wil- All-tournament: Anthony Pullard liams, Fred Gentry (MVP)

- 1989 Coach: Steve Welch (semis) McNeese 80, La-Monroe 65 (finals) McNeese 85, North Texas 68 All-tournament: Michael Curtight (MVP), Anthony Pullard - 1988 Coach: Steve Welch (first round) McNeese 87, Texas State 79 (semis) North Texas 82, McNeese 61 - 1987 Coach: Glenn Duhon (semis) Arkansas State 69, McNeese 59 - 1986 Coach: Glenn Duhon (first round) McNeese 85, UTA 71 (semis) McNeese 68, Arkansas St. 57 (finals) La-Monroe 59, McNeese 57 All-tournament: Kenny Jimerson, Jerome Batiste - 1985 Coach: Glenn Duhon (first round) McNeese 89, North Texas 78 (semis) Lamar 95, McNeese 88 (ot) All-tournament: Joe Dumars - 1984 Coach: Glenn Duhon (first round) McNeese 88, Arkansas St. 72 (semis) Lamar 85, McNeese 66 All-tournament: Joe Dumars

- 1983 Coach: Glenn Duhon (first round) McNeese 112, La-Monroe 101 (2OT) (semis) North Texas 66, McNeese 60 (OT) All-tournament: Joe Dumars - 1982 Coach: Glenn Duhon (first round) McNeese 78, La Tech 77 (3OT) (semis) La-Lafayette 105, McNeese 69 All-tournament: Joe Dumars - 1981 Coach: Glenn Duhon (first round) McNeese 79, UTA 74 (semis) La Tech 64, McNeese 73 All-tournament: Chris Faggi

McNeese all-time SLC tournament record Won - 20 Lost - 21 Championships - 2 (2002, 1989) Years in tournament: 23 of 28 Note: McNeese has been in more SLC tournaments than any other current member in the conference

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Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame

Bill Reigel - Class of 1988

Ralph O. Ward - Class of 1991

Joe Dumars - Class of 2003

Jack Doland - Class of 2002

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McNeese basketball greats Bill Reigel, Joe Dumars and Coach Ralph O. Ward are members of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame (located in Natchitoches, LA). Also in the Hall are former McNeese coach, athletic director and president Dr. Jack V. Doland and football great Buford Jordan who was inducted the past summer.

Buford Jordan - Class of 2011

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