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**OVERVIEW** Golden Anniversary Campaign

Teamwork •$1 million renovation complete: track and football field at O'Harra Stadium

$3 Million Investment Over Next Three Years SD Tech Students..

•$1 million for King Center renovations: student wellness center, locker rooms, practice field, and Goodell Gymnasium

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•$1 million Hardrock Club Campaign

$600,000 Scholarships $100,000 Program Support $300,000 Hardrock Room

NAIA/DAC-10 Scholarship Limits Allowed sDSM«T Athletic fl Scholarship Program | DAC- lg.Average 3-Year Goal t 70% •Each sport at each school is limited as to total $s they can award •SDSM&T Athletic Program $s are below the DAC-10 average

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Why Scholarships for Students? •Only athletes that are good students survive at SD Tech •Schools compete to attract and obtain these kids •We currently rank 7th in DAC-10 for scholarship awards •Successful recruitment of student-athletes benefits all departments on our campus •SD Tech teams will be more competitive

Why Athletic Program Support? Equipment: periodic replacement is always necessary and often mandatory—safety issue Recruiting: coaching requires travel to create contacts—current annual funds limit SD Tech's potential Technology: every student and sport will benefit by upgrading our computing and coaching tools

What is the Hardrock Room? • 3500 sq. ft. addition on NE corner of King Center • Location for the Hare/rock Hall of Fame • Large conference and meeting area for alumni, students, friends, coaches, recruits, and parents

How can I help? We invite you to give back to the programs that added value and fun to your educational experience at SDSM&T. Level If Paid Over # of People (ff Making Gifts 3 Years $ 8,333 / yr (10) Endowments $25,000+ $ 3,333 / yr (10) Hall of Fame $10,000 $ 1,667 / y r (20) AH-American $ 5,000 (30) All-Conference $ 3,000 S 1,000/yr $ 500 / yr (60) Starter $ 1,500 $ 250 / yr (100) Letter Winner $ 750 $ 150 /yr (200) Team Player $ 450 ~430 people need to say "YES" to the levels above. Will you be one? Please return the enclosed pledge form and your 2002 gift today. Thank you!

SD1 Hech CAMPUS PROFILE. The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, founded in 1885, has been a national leader in preparing world-class engineers and scientists. Our graduates design, construct, and operate modern technology to meet complex challenges such as global warming, health care delivery, energy resource development, mineral extraction and processing, environment quality, futuristic transportation, and national defense. Our alumni are held in the highest regard by their fellow leaders in industry, consulting, government, health, and education. Tech has diversified to meet the needs of engineering and science throughout the world. South Dakota Tech's intellectual environment was shaped a century ago by the ingenuity and rugged individualism of pioneers who provided the inspiration. Today Tech remains on the cutting edge in the fields of engineering and the sciences. Academic Program: SDSM&T is a state-assisted university providing graduate and undergraduate degrees in science, engineering, and interdisciplinary studies. Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Atmospheric Sciences Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREES Electrical Engineering Geological Engineering Geology Industrial Engineering Interdisciplinary Science

Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Mining Engineering Physics

MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREES Geology and Geological Engineering Materials Engineering and Sciences Mechanical Engineering Paleontology Technology Management

DOCTORATE OF PHILOSOPHY DEGREES Atmospheric, Environmental and Water Resources, Geology and Geological Engineering Materials Engineering and Sciences ENROLLMENT: The University has a diverse enrollment of approximately 2,400 students from nearly 30 states and 20 countries. Our 13 departments offer 30 degree programs in engineering and science disciplines at the baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral levels. Students enter the university with the highest ACT composite in the state and more than half graduating with top 25% of their high school class. COSTS AND FEES: Annual undergraduates costs for tuition, fees, room and board total less than $10,000 per year for residents of South Dakota, Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming. Annual total costs for all other undergraduates is less than $11,000 per year. RESEARCH: High quality research is conducted in departments and in our research institutes. FACULTY: There are approximately 100 faculty with degrees from more than 150 institutions, eighty-five percent of which have earned doctoral degrees.

South Dakota Tech Welcomes Dr. Charles Ruch The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology welcomed Dr. Charles Ruch to campus as the university's 17th president. He comes to South Dakota Tech after serving as president of Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. "I'm glad to be here," Ruch said. "I'm excited to work with everyone on campus to take this wonderful university to a new level of excellence. I also look forward to working with my colleagues at other universities to find ways to enhance the educational opportunities available to students, and with community organizations and agencies that want to join with us to make Rapid City and the Black Hills even better places to live." Ruch succeeds Dr. Richard Gowen, who left campus June 30, 2003 after 16 years as Tech's president. South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds appointed Gowen director of the Homestake Laboratory Conversion Project. Ruch had been president of Boise State University for 10 years. Under his leadership, the school grew into Idaho's largest university, serving 17,000 students in a rapidly growing metropolitan area. The university's research and development budget grew to $20 million during Ruch's tenure. Among many other issues, Ruch will direct his attention toward economic development. "I was very interested in the work under way here in South Dakota to link higher education and economic development," he said. "Public higher education has much to offer by way of its research capacity and faculty expertise to South Dakota's economic development resources." Ruch will also focus on new ways to collaborate with Tech's sister institution at Black Hills State University. "South Dakota Tech and Black Hills State have complementary missions," Regents President Harvey C. Jewett said. "We are anxious to put Dr. Ruch's leadership, in concert with Black Hills State President Tom Flickema, to work in this area." Ruch has doctorate and master's degrees in education from Northwestern University, and a bachelor's degree in chemistry from The College of Wooster in Ohio. Prior to his time at Boise State, Ruch served 11 years at Virginia Commonwealth University - - first as an associate dean and dean, and for the remaining six years as provost and vice president for academic affairs. His first university assignments came at the University of Pittsburgh, where he was a faculty member and department chair. An active participant in regional and national higher education organizations, Ruch has chaired the Urban and Metropolitan Universities Committee for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. He has also served on the presidents' councils of the Big Sky, Big West, and Western Athletic conferences and currently serves as chair of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. He was actively involved in the Boise community, where he has chaired the United Way board and the Future Foundation of Boise and has served on the chamber of commerce board. He and his wife, Sally, have four grown children.

Coaches HEAD COACH Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh enters the 2003-2004 season as the dean of coaches in the DAC-10 Conference. Welsh begins his 18th year at Tech and 32nd overall in coaching with a career record of 515-351. That includes an 83-43 high school coaching mark, a 194-64 junior college record, and a 238-244 mark at Tech. His coaching career began at Wolford (ND) High School in 1973. Welsh coached the Hardrockers to the NAIA Division II National Tournament in 1997 and was selected as SDIC Coach of the Year (Tech's former conference) on two occasions. Welsh served as Athletic Director and head basketball coach for eight years at Lake Region Community College in Devils Lake, North Dakota, where his team's captured five Mondak Conference titles. A graduate of Valley City State, Welsh manages a ten-sport program and works with the SDSM&T

Hardrock Club to increase support for the athletic department. He was very involved in helping to merge the North Dakota Conference and four former SDIC schools into the new Dakota Athletic Conference or DAC-10. An excellent golfer, Welsh has captured the North Dakota Hugh Welsh State Stroke Play ChampionHead Coach ship, the North Dakota Match Play title along with the two-man championship and two South Dakota State Preseniors titles. Son Sean, 18, enjoys basketball and golf and attends Rapid City Stevens High School. Hugh's wife Heidi, is the head volleyball coach at Rapid City Central High School. •

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ASSISTANT COACH Jason Henry Jason Henry is a native of Minot, ND and begins his second season with the Hardrockers. He is a graduate of Minot State University and received his Masters Degree at North Dakota State. After playing at Minot State University, Henry was an assistant coach at Minot Bishop Ryan High School and continued as an assistant with stops at West Fargo, ND and Minot State. After being an assistant for five years he became the head boy's and girl's basketball coach at PBK (Pingree, Buchanan, Kensal) ND. He then moved on to Washburn, ND, as the Head Boy's basketball Coach. For two seasons Jason was an assistant coach

at North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton where the Wildcats were 31-2 his last season and set 14 school records. Henry coached Team ND during the summers of 2000-2002 and traveled to Australia and Hawaii to compete in international play. Jason is married to Anne Henry who is a dental hygienist in Rapid City.

Jason Henry Assistant Coach

ASSISTANT COACH Jim Gray Jim Gray is a valuable member of the Hardrocker staff. He has a wealth of coaching experience that includes assistant coaching positions at Dawson Community College (MT) and Sheridan Junior College (WY). Gray's responsibil-

Jim Gray Assistant Coach

ities include working with the perimeter players and breaking down game film of opposing teams. Jim works for Montana Dakota Utilities in Rapid City. He and wife JoAnn have two children, daughter Jenney and son Sean.

All-Time Coaches Record 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

9-19 14-15 18-11 12-17 9-19 13-13 17-13 16-12 19-10* 13-15 22-9 12-14 3-25 13-14 15-15 16-12

Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh

1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

21-8 19-9 19-9 19-9* 16-10 12-17 7-17 12-14

Jim Kampen Jim Kampen Jim Kampen Jim Kampen Jim Kampen Jim Kampen Jim Kampen Jim Kampen

1977-78

14-15

MikcRiley

17-11

1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73

8-19 10-17 3-24 14-12 19-8

MikeRiley MikeRiley MikeRiley Mike Riley Mike Riley

1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68

20-6 13-13 15-11 12-13 19-8

Jim Kampen Jim Kampen Jim Kampen Jim Kampen Jim Kampen

1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54

1-22 1-19 4-16 0-16 2-22 12-11 8-14 5-17 5-15 17-6 11-12 7-11 12-11* 16-6

Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt

64-98 .395 6 years

238-244 .494 17 years

178-168 .514 13 years

167-271 .381 21 years

1952-53 1951-52 1950-51 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1946-47

8-12 17-5 7-15 7-12 10-9 9-9 8-11

1945-46

7-8

Harold Goodel

.467

1941-42

11-7

Dave Stong

.611

1940-41 1939-40

10-4 6-8

Art Sullivan Art Sullivan

16-12 .571

1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36

3-13 3-11 3-9 1-11

Lem Harting Lem Harting Lem Harting Lem Harting

9-44 .170

1934-35 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32 1930-31

8-7 7-7 8-8 5-10 7-7

RayHahn RayHahn RayHahn RayHahn RayHahn

Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt Bob Hunt

35-39 .473

NAIA National Tournament

appearances (1972-73, 1996-97) *Conference Champion

Jim Kampen

HARDROCKERS 2003-2004 SDTECH BASKETBALL

2003-2004 Schedule OCTOBER Oct. 31 Rocky Mountain NOVEMBER Nov. 7 Dakota Wesleyan University Nov. 8 Mount Marty Nov. 10 @ Rocky Mountain Nov. 20 @ University of Sioux Falls Nov. 21 @ University of South Dakota Nov. 28 US Bank Thanksgiving Classic Black Hills vs. Presentation Tech vs. Chadron Nov. 29 US Bank Thanksgiving Classic Black Hills vs. Chadron Tech vs. Presentation DECEMBER Dec. 5 @ Dickinson State University Dec. 6 @ Minot State Dec 12 Mayville State University Dec 13 Valley City State University Dec. 29 @ Black Hills State Perkins Classic Dec. 30 @ Black Hills State Perkins Classic

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JANUARY Jan. 3 IBlack Hills State University Jan. 10 <3@ Dakota State Jan. 1 1 @ <i Si-Tanka University at Huron Jamestown College Jan. 16 J Jan. 17 I University of Mary Jan. 23 @ <i Valley City State University Jan. 24 <s@ Mayville State University Jan. 29 <t@ Black Hills State University FEBRUARY Feb. 6 [Dakota State University Feb. 7 ÂŁSi Tanka University @ Huron Feb. 14 <i@ University of Mary Feb. 15 <3@ Jamestown College Feb. 20 l\Minot State University Feb. 21 [Dickinson State Feb. 25 CDAC-10 Playoffs Feb. 28 CDAC-10 Playoffs Mar. 2 CDAC-10 Playoffs

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7:30 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:30 pm 5:00 pm TBA TBA TBA

2003-2004 Roster NO.

NAME

11 13 15 21 23 41 31 33 35 43 45 51 53 55

Jon Walder Carlos Bailey Blake Tideman Justin Vangraefschepe Matt Lyndoe Derrick Jones Chris Bieber Matt Hirst Tom Schmitz Hans Ditlev Jared Johnson Jason Lambert Korey Kirschenmann Todd Crist

POS G G G W W W P W W W W P P P

HT

HOMETOWN WT Watertown, SD 175 Oxnard, CA 180 Winner, SD 175 Fort Morgan, CO 180 Custer, SD 185 Rapid City, SD 185 67" Alleman, IA 195 6'3" Dickinson, ND 170 6'5" Mussel Shoals, AL 190 6'6" Rapid City, SD 190 6'4" Warner, SD 185 6'9" Madison, SD 215 6'8" Rapid City, SD 235 6'5" Buena Vista, CO 225 Head Coach: Hugh Welsh - 18th Year Assistant Coaches: Jason Henry & Jim Gray

6'0" 5'10" 6'0" 6'4" 6'6" 6'5"

YR JR SO FR SR FR FR SR FR JR FR FR FR JR FR

MAJOR Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Interdisciplinary Science Chemical Engineering Electrical Engineering Interdisciplinary Science Chemical Engineering Industrial Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering

JON WALDER STATISTICS Year GP 01-02 28 02-03 28 TOTALS 56

FGM 12 54 66

Weight: 175 Major: Industrial Engineering

Height: 6'0"

Position: G Hometown: Watertown, SD FGA 23 109 132

PCT. 0.52 0.50 0.50

FTM 15 35 50

FTA 20 38 58

JUNIOR

PCT. 0.75 0.92 .086

PTS. AVG. REB AVG. ASST BL 39 1.4 18 0.6 15 0 159 5.7 95 3.4 92 0 198 3.5 113 2.0 107 0

Career High Points: 14 vs. Si Tanka University January 8, 2003 Career High Rebounds: 8 vs. BHSU, January 4, 2003

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CARLOS BAILEY

Position: G Hometown: Oxnard, CA

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Height: 5'10"

BLAKE TIDEMAN

Position: G Hometown: Winner, SD

SOPHOMORE

Weight: 180 Major: Mechanical Engineering

FRSSHMAN Weight: 175 Major: Civil Engineering

Height: 6'0"

21 JUSTIN VANGRAEFSCHEPE sSNIOR STATISTICS Year GP FGM 123 02-03 28 123 TOTALS 28

FGA 277 277

Weight: 180 Major: Civil Engineering

Height: 6'4"

Position: W Hometown: Fort Morgan, CO PCT. 0.44 0.44

FTM 79 79

FTA 96 96

PCT. 0.82 0.82

PTS. AVG. REB AVG. ASST BL 370 13.2 92 3.3 53 3 370 13.2 92 3.3 53 3

Career High Points: 27 vs. Univ. of Sioux Falls November 29, 2002 Career High Rebounds: 9 vs. Mayville State Univ. January 25, 2003

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MATT LYNDOE FRESHMAN

23 Position: W Hometown: Custer, SD

Height: 6'6"

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Weight: 185 Major: Metallurgical Engineering

CHRIS BIEBER

SENIOR

Position: P Height: 67" Weight: 195 Hometown: Alleman, IA Major: Chemical Engineering STATISTICS Year GP FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. PTS. AVG. REB AVG. ASST BL 02-03 26 93 210 0.44 42 58 0.72 241 9.3 139 5.3 32 18 TOTALS 26 93 210 0.44 42 58 0.72 241 9.3 139 5.3 32 18 Career High Points: 22 at Univ. of Mary, January 18, 2003 Career High Rebounds: 10 at Mayville State Univ., December 13, 2002

MAT HIRST

33 Position: W Hometown: Dickinson, ND

Height: 6'3"

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FRESHMAN Weight: 170 Major: Electrical Engineering

TOM SCHMTTZ

Position: W Hometown: Rapid City, SD (Stevens)

Height: 6'5"

FRESHMAN Weight: 185 Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

DERRICK JONES Position: W Hometown: Mussel Shoals, AL

43

Height: 6'5"

Weight: 190 Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

HANS DlTLEV

Position: W Hometown: Rapid City, SD (Stevens)

45

Height: 6'6"

JARED JOHNSON

Position: W Hometown: Warner, SD

Height: 6'4"

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JUNIOR

FRESHMAN Weight: 190 Major: Chemical Engineering

FRESHMAN Weight: 185 Major: Industrial Engineering

JASON LAMBERT

Position: P Hometown: Madison, SD

Height: 6'9"

8

FRESHMAN Weight: 215 Major: Civil Engineering

53 KOREY KIRSCHENMANN Position: P Hometown: Rapid City, SD (Central) STATISTICS Year GP 01-02 28 02-03 28 TOTALS 56

Height: 6'8"

Weight: 235 Major: Electrical Engineering

FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. PTS. AVG. REB AVG. ASST BL 22 37 0.60 17 35 0.49 2.2 61 57 2.0 19 5 18 36 0.50 8 17 0.47 44 57 14 1.6 2.0 8 40 73 0.55 25 52 0.48 105 1.9 114 2.0 33 13 Career High Points: 8 vs. Si Tanka Univ., January 11, 2003 Career High Rebounds: 6 at Univ. of Regina, December 30, 2002

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TODD CRIST

Position: P Hometown: Buena Vista, CO

Height: 6'5"

FKtSHMAN Weight: 225 Major: Civil Engineering

Season Statistics 2002-2003 RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE I— TOTAL--I I— 3-PTS— I ##Player GP-GS 43 Chris Robinson 28-28 21 J. Vangraefschepe 28-21 31 Chris Bieber 26-7 41 Tom Volesky 28-28 13 Justin Mitchell 28-28 11 JonWalder 28-25 23 Mike Goodale 24-3 35 Tate Johnson 28-0 53 Korey Kirschenmann 28-0 33 Grant Crawford 15-0 55 Clint Ginsbach 9-0 TEAM 39 Total 28 Opponents 28

OVERALL (9-19) (6-12) (3-7)

I — REBOUNDS — I Min-Avg FG-FGA Pet 3 FG-FGA 894-31.9 188-372 .505 0-2 730-26.1 123-277 .444 45-104 601-23.1 93-210 .443 13-49 894-31.9 98-221 .443 13-46 798-28.5 67-171 .392 56-137 818-29.2 54-109 .495 16-34 207-8.6 26-73 .356 14-44 263-9.4 25-66 .379 10-29 221-7.9 18-36 .500 0-0 88-5.9 8-26 .308 4-15 86-9.6 4-13 .308 0-4 39-78 2.8 0 2 5600 704-1574 .447 171-464 5600 748-1579 .474 160-463

HOME (5-8) (4-5) (1-3)

Pet .000 .433 .265 .283 .409

.471 .318 .345

FT-FTA 89-144 79-96 42-58 46-62 12-28 35-38 2-7 2-4

Off

Def

66 32 41 34 17 18 6 6 17 8 4

92 60 98 106 43 77 12 17 40 7 7

.823 .724 .742 .429 .921 .286 .500

8-17

.471

.267

3-5 3-6

.600

.369 .346

.500

321-465 .690 320-492 .650

SCORE BY PERIODS: South Dakota Tech Opponents DATE 11/01/02

Pet .618

.000 .000

AWAY (3-10) (2-7) (1-3)

288 598 318 619

1st 887 910

Tot 158 92 139 140 60 95 18 23 57 15 11

NEUTRAL (1-1) (0-0) (1-1)

Avg 5.6 3.3 5.3 5.0 2.1 3.4 0.8 0.8 2.0 1.0 1.2

PF FO 76 1 64 2 52 0 56 0 73 2 29 0 27 1 11 0 40 0 10 0 19 0

OPPONENT ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

SCORE 61-64L

HIGH POINTS (14) J. Vangraefschepe

11/08/02 11/09/02 11/16/02

8:00 pm 8:00pm 6:00 pm

at Mount Marty College at Dakota Wesleyan University at University of Sioux Falls

68-70 L 50-67 L W 73-66

(21) J. Vangraefschepe (12) Chris Robinson (18) Chris Robinson

11/22/02 11-26-02

7:00 pm 7:30 p.m.

MIDAMERICA NAZARENE at Chadron State

69-82 L 47-84 L

(27) Chris Robinson (13) J. Vangraefschepe

11/29/02 11/30/02 12/06/02 12/07/02 12/13/02 12/14/02 12/30/02 12/31/02 1/04/03

8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm 6:00 pm 6:00 pm 8:00 pm

UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS CHADRON STATE * DICKINSON STATE UNIVERSITY * MINOT STATE UNIVERSITY * at Mayville State University * at Valley City State vs University of Regina vs Northwestern (IA) * BLACK HILLS STATE UNIVERSITY

W 100-96 67-70 L 68-74 L 48-69 L 82-86 L 68-70 L W 82-62 63-83 L 54-63 L

1/10/03 1/11/03 1/17/03

8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm

* SI-TANKA UNIVERSITY * DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY * at Jamestown College

69-77 L W 88-79 49-85 L

(22) J. Vangraefschepe (24) J. Vangraefschepe (9) J. Vangraefschepe

1/18/03

8:00 pm

* at University of Mary

W 77-61

(22) Chris Bieber

1/24/03 1/25/03 1/30/03 2/07/03 2/08/03

8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm

* VALLEY CITY STATE * MAYVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY * at Black Hills State University * at Dakota State University * at Si-Tanka University

W 72-59 W 72-52 59-71 L W 71-61 69-74 L

(17) (15) (18) (22) (18)

J. Vangraefschepe Chris Bieber Chris Robinson J. Vangraefschepe Chris Robinson

2/14/03 2/15/03 02/21/03 02/22/03

8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 pm

* UNIVERSITY OF MARY * JAMESTOWN COLLEGE * at Minot State University * at Dickinson State University

61-63 L W81-66 64-74 L 68-92 L

(20) (21) (20) (20)

Chris Chris Chris Chris

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Blk Stl 36 21 3 28 18 26 5 43 3 32 0 30 0 8 1 8 14 5 1 1 0 4

Pts Avg 465 16.6 370 13.2 241 9.3 255 9.1 202 7.2 159 5.7 68 2.8 62 2.2 44 1.6 23 1.5 11 1.2

206 1900 67.9 2421976 70.6

Total - 1900 - 2020

TIME 7:00 pm

' - Conference game

TO 95 72 44 66 41 38 29 10 15 4 12

886 31.6457 6 400 428 81 937 33.5 427 - 364 396 73

2nd 1013 1110

(28) (17) (22) (11) (18) (22) (17) (21) (13)

A 58 53 32 68 58 92 10 11 8 5 5

Chris Robinson Tom Volesky Chris Robinson Chris Robinson Chris Robinson Tom Volesky Chris Robinson Chris Robinson Tom Volesky

Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson

HIGH REBOUNDS (7) Chris Bieber (7) Chris Robinson (8) Tom Volesky (7) Chris Robinson (10) Tom Volesky (10) Chris Robinson (7) Chris Robinson (6) J. Vangraefschepe (13) Chris Robinson (7) Chris Robinson (6) J. Vangraefschepe (8) Chris Robinson (7) Tom Volesky (10) Chris Bieber (8) Tom Volesky (9) Chris Bieber (7) Jon Walder (8) Chris Bieber (8) Jon Walder ( 8) Chris Robinson (11) Tom Volesky (7) Jon Walder (9) Chris Bieber (5) J. Vangraefschepe (5) Tom Volesky (11) Chris Robinson (9) J. Vangraefschepe (4) Chris Bieber (6) Chris Robinson (8) Chris Robinson (8) Tom Volesky (6) J. Vangraefschepe (8) Tom Volesky (5) Chris Bieber (7) Chris Robinson

Hardrockcr All - Time Team Records POINTS Season 2,735 - (1991-92) Game 130 - vs. Rocky Mt.( 1969-70) Average 95.0 - (1971-72) REBOUNDS Season 1,477 - (1971-72) Game 73- vs. BHSU (1970-71) Average 54.7 - (1971-72) FREE THROWS Made Season 558 - (1991-92) Game 42 - vs. Chadron St. (1990-91) Attempt Season 828 - (1991-92)

Game 55- vs. Minot St. (1990-91) Percentage Season 767 - 635/828 (1991-92) Game 958 - 23/24 (1981-82) Field Goals Made Season 1,006 - (1971-72) Game 52- vs. Bellevue (1978-79) Attempt Season 2,194 - (1972-73) Game 110- vs. Kearney(1972-73) Percentage Season 537 - (1985-86) Game....vs. DSU (34/49) .694 - (1993-94)

3 Pt. Made Season 294 - (1991-92) Game 17 - vs. Sioux Falls (1991-92) 3 Pt. Attempt Season 770 - (1991-92) Game 37 - vs. Sioux Falls (1991-92) Most wins in a season 22 1991-92 Most Consecutive wins 11 1991-92 Best winning percentage .773 1951-52 ..

Hugh Welsh Hugh Welsh ....Bob Hunt

Hardrocker All - Time Individual Records Career Season Game

2,440 -Doug Schlepp (1970-74) 724 - Quinn Diede (2001-2002) 44 - Doug Schlepp vs. BHSU (1973-74)

REBOUNDS Career 1,198 - Dave Jackson (1966-70) Season 414 - Jim Konst (1972-73) Game ..30 - Jeff Dietz vs. DWU (1969-70)

FREE THROWS Made Career Season

(1970-74) (1992-93) (1972-73) Game vs. BHSU (1981-82) Consecutive ....23 - Justin Vangraefschepe (2002-2003)

617 - Doug Schlepp 197 - Derek Knapp 197 - Doug Schlepp 20 - Steve Malone

ATTEMPT Career Season

....25 - Steve Malone vs. BHSU (1981-82)

Game

POINTS

969 - Doug Schlepp (1970-74) 245 - Doug Schlepp (1972-73)

PERCENTAGE Career Season Game

886 - Mitch Slusarski (1991-92) - 77/88 1000 - Doug Schlepp (1973-74)

- 14/14

FIELD GOALS Made Career Season Game

994 - Jim Benjamin (1982-86) 274 - Doug Schlepp (1973-74) 20 - Doug Schlepp vs. BHSU (1985-86)

ATTEMPT Career ....1,860 - Doug Schlepp (1970-74) Season 487 - Doug Schlepp (1973-74) Game 35 - Doug Schlepp vs. Minot St. (1973-74)

PERCENTAGE Career Season

618 - Jim Benjamin 265/429 (1984-85)

GAME 3 Pt. Made Career 242 - Mitch Slusarski (1990-94) Season 99 - Quinn Diede (2001-2002) Game ....9 - Mitch Slusarski vs. Dakota St. (1990-91) 3 Pt. Attempt Career 657 - Mitch Slusarski (1990-94) Season 197 - Paul Nickerson (1988-89) Assists Career Season Game

670 - Mitch Slusarski (1990-94) 247 - Dave Becker (1985-86) 18 - Doug Schlepp vs. Dickinson (1973-74)

Hardrocker All - Time 1,000 Point Scorers 1. Doug Schlepp (1970-74) 2. Jim Benjamin (1982-86) 3. Dave Jackson (1966-70) 4. Derek Knapp (1989-93) 5. Jeff Pfalzgraf (1981-85) 6. Bruce Bad Moccasin (1967-71) 7. Dave Becker (1983-87) 8 Mitch Slusarski

DOUG SCHLEPP (1970-74) 2,440

2,440 2,348 1,887 1,860 1,721 1,720 1,678

(1990-94)

1,463

9. Hugh Boyle (1975-79)

1,407

10. Steve Wilcox (1980-84) 11. Dan Matthaidess (1959-63) 12. Chad Kramer (1993-97) 13. Craig Nelson (1993-95) 14. Chris Robinson (1999-03) 15. Quinn Diede (2000-02) 16. John Magbuhat (1978-82) 17. Shannon Peterson (1994-98) 18. John Gordon (1977-81) 19. Rusty Kocon

1,340 1,292 1,289 1,283 1,254 1,227 1,186 1,158 1,155

(1990-92) 20. Denis Schubeck (1999-2002) 21. Jim Meyers (1951-55) 22. Steve Malone (1979-83) 23. Jim Cain (1963-67) 24. Don Stork (1954-58) 25. Mark Rinn (1999-2001) 26. Jim Konst (1969-73) 27. Jeff Jones (1971-75) 28. Keith Rozendal

(1950-54)

1,148 1,131 1,121 1,117 1,073 1,048 1,031 1,027 1,018

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2003-04 DAC-10 Basketball Team Previews Black Hills State University Yellowjackets

Head Coach: Mike Kruszynski (5th year) Phone: 605-642-6607 Fax: 605-642-6539 E-mail: mikekruszynski@bhsu.edu Record at BHSU: 61-56 Overall record: Athletic Director: Steve Meeker Phone: 605-642-6881 Fax: 605-642-6539 E-mail: stevemeeker@bhsu.edu 2002-03 Season: 11-7/19-12 - tied for 2nd in the DAC-10 with the University of Mary and Minot State Lost to Jamestown College, 84-67, in the DAC-10 tournament championship game Lost to Cascade, OR, 79-73, in the 1st round of the NAIA Div. II Tournament Team Stats: (rank in DAC-10) Scoring Margin: +3.52 ppg (2nd) Field Goal %: 47.83% (3rd) Scoring Offense: 84.29 ppg (2nd) 3pt Field Goal %: 43.49% (1st) Scoring Defense: 80.77 ppg (8th) Free Throw %: 75.55% (1st) Rebounding Margin: -0.13 rpg (5th) Opponents FG%: 50.64% (10th) Rebounding: 32.81 rpg (6th) Opponents 3pt FG%: 38.30% (9th)

Key Returnees; (Returning starters: 0) Ryan Sikkink; 6-4; Senior; Forward; Castlewood, SD Brian Shaw; 6-8; Senior; Center; Ft. Lupton, CO Dallas Sikkink; 6-1; Sophomore; Guard; Castlewood, SD Levi Memmer; 6-5; Sophomore; Forward; Buffalo, WY Key Newcomers: Kale Kovalski; 6-2; Junior; Guard - transfer from California Poly State University Brad Ryan; 6-9; Junior; Center - transfer from Western Nebraska Junior College Curtis Oby; 6-1; Junior; Guard - transfer from Western Wyoming Junior College Scott Ferguson; 6-7; Junior; Forward - transfer from Otero Junior College Devin Gonzales; 6-6; Junior Forward - transfer from Otero Junior College Dusty Hadley; 6-2; Junior; Guard - transfer from Northwest Junior College Key Losses: (Starters lost: 5)Mike McCarty, Guard - 1st team All DAC-10 Josh Griffeth, Center - 3rd team All DA-10 Aaron Valentine, Forward - 2nd team All DAC-10 Derrick Yarber, Guard - 3 year starter Lonnie Gines, Guard - 3 year starter Moe Terry, Guard - 2 year part-time starter

...2002-03 ...2002-03 ...2002-03 ...2002-03

stats: 6 pts/game, stats: 4 pts/game, stats: 3 pts/game, stats: 3 pts/game,

2.4 rebounds/game 3 rebounds/game 2.2 rebounds/game, 1.0 assists/game 2.1 rebounds/game

Dakota State University Trojans

Head Coach: Tim Schuring (3rd year) Phone: 605-256-5234 Fax: 605-256-5138 Record at DaSU: 16-40 Athletic Director: Dr. Tom Gioglio Phone: 605-256-5233 Fax: 605-256-5138 2002-03 Season: 4-14/10-17 - 10th place in the DAC-10 .. Team Stats: (rank in DAC-10) Scoring Margin: -8.25 ppg (10th) Scoring Offense: 77.61 ppg (4th) Scoring Defense: 85.86 ppg (10th) Rebounding Margin: -0.64 rpg (6th) Rebounding: 21.46 rpg (10th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 3) J.F. Jensen; 6-2; Senior; Guard; Volga, SD

E-mail: tim.schuring@dsu.edu Overall Record: 159-138 E-mail: tom.gioglio@dsu.edu Field Goal %: 44.06% (10th) 3pt Field Goal %: 33.72% (9th) Free Throw %: 69.04% (5th) Opponents FG%: 48.01% (9th) Opponents 3pt FG%: 39.60% (10th) 2002-03 stats: 18.2 pts/game, 5.3 rebounds/game, 3 assists/game 3rd team All DAC-10 2002-03 stats: 12.3 pts/game, 5.4 rebounds/game 2002-03 stats: 8.6 pts/game, 4.8 rebounds/game

Ryan Burggraff; 6-7; Junior; Forward; Volga, SD Harry Davis; 6-4; Senior; Forward; Sacramento, CA Key Newcomers: Orion Garo; 6-10; Senior; Albania Sal Raphael; 6-1; Junior; Los Angeles, CA Anthony Scott; 6-5; Junior; San Diego, CA Ian McKeithen; 6-1; Junior; Escondido, CA Key Losses: (Starters lost: 2) Matt Pendergrass, Guard Brandon Nicol, Guard

Dickinson State University Blue Hawks

Head Coach: Scott Berry (1st year) Phone: 701-483-2158 Fax: 701-483-0501 Record at DiSU: 0-0 Athletic Director: Roger Ternes Phone: 701-483-2159 Fax: 701-483-0501 Sports Information: Duane Monlux Phone: 701-483-2716 Fax: 701-483-0501 2002-03 Season: 6-12/11-18 - tied for 8th in the DAC-10.. Lost to Jamestown College, 96-76, in the DAC-10 tournament quarterfinals Team Stats: (rank in DAC-10) Scoring Margin: -5.97 ppg (9th) Scoring Offense: 71.86 ppg (9th) Scoring Defense: 77.83 ppg (5th) Rebounding Margin: +0.83 rpg (4th) Rebounding: 35.59 rpg (3rd) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 3) KonradTota; 6-5; Senior; Forward; Toronto, Canada Robbie Bybee; 6-0; Senior; Guard; Pocatello, ID Jason Johnson; 6-4; Senior; Forward; Las Vegas, NV Derek Miller; 6-6; Sophomore; Forward; Baker, MT Tyler Greff; 6-5; Sophomore; Forward; Mott, ND Kyle Scherr; 6-2; Sophomore; Guard; Oakes, ND

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E-mail: scott.berry@dsu.nodak.edu Overall Record: 82-38 E-mail: roger.ternes@dsu.nodak.edu E-mail: duane.d.monlux@dsu.nodak.edu

Field Goal %: 45.34% (5th) 3pt Field Goal %: 33.19% (10th) Free Throw %: 62.09% (10th) Opponents FG%: 46.90% (7th) Opponents 3pt FG%: 38.07% (8th) 2002-03 stats: 18.1 pts/game, 3.7 rebounds/game, 45.9% FG, 32.3% 3pt FG, 78.2% FT, 3rd team All DAC-10 2002-03 stats: 11.8 pts/game, 2.8 rebounds/game, 40.7 % 3pt FG 2002-03 stats: 6.1 pts/game, 3.0 rebounds/game, 51.8% FG 2002-03 stats: 9.3 pts/game, 4.5 rebounds/game, 54.9% FG 2002-03 stats: 4.5 pts/game, 3.5 rebounds/game DAC-10 Scholar-Athlete 2002-03 stats: 1.3 pts/game, 20 assists DAC-10 Scholar-Athlete

2003-04 DAC-10 Basketball Team Previews continued... 2002-03 Season: 11-7/17-13 - tied for 2nd in the DAC-10 with the University of Mary and Black Hills State Lost to Jamestown College, 90-55, in the semifinals of the DAC-10 tournament Team Stats: (rank in DAC-10) Scoring Margin:-1.77 ppg (7th) Field Goal %: 44.93% (6th) Scoring Offense: 77.53 ppg (5th) 3pt Field Goal %: 35.98% (4th) Scoring Defense: 79.30 ppg (7th) Free Throw %: 70.61% (4th) Rebounding Margin: -1.30 rpg (7th) Opponents FG%: 46.58% (6th) Rebounding: 34.90 rpg (5th) Opponents 3pt FG%: 37.74% (7th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 3) Chad Jacobson; 6-0; Junior; Guard; Brandon, MB 2002-03 stats: 10.4 pts/game, 2.4 assists/game, 37% 3pt FG Lloyd Flanders; 6-8; Senior; Forward; Gilbert, IA 2002-03 stats: 10.2 pts/game, 6.1 rebounds/game Kent Bloms; 6-5; Senior; Forward; Minot, ND 2002-03 stats: 16.3 pts/game, 5.3 rebounds/game, 40% 3pt FG 2nd team All DAC-10 Key Newcomers: Qasim Ward; 6-2; Junior; Guard; Chelsea, MA Lawrence Connor; 6-2; Junior; Guard; Maywood; IL Jeff Brandt; 6-6; Senior; Forward; Minot, ND Aboubacal Conde; 6-6; Junior; Forward; Gonakay, Guinea Khalid Coda; 6-8; Senior; Center; Casablanca, Morrocco Drew Hysjulien; 6-6; Freshman; Forward; Grand Forks, ND Key Losses: (Starters lost: 2) Ryan Johnson, Guard Kyle Hunt, Forward Tracy Murphy, Forward Erdzen Presova, Forward

Si Tanka University at Huron Screaming Eagles

Head Coach: Shane Warwick (3rd year) Phone: 605-352-8721 Fax: 605-352-7421 E-mail: swarwick@sitanka.edu Record at STUH: 10-36 Overall Record: 154-110 Athletic Director: Stan Rettew Phone: 605-353-2027 Fax: 605-353-2412 E-mail: srettew@hotmail.com Sports Information: Bob Casey Phone: 605-353-2067 Fax: 605-353-2412 E-mail: bcasey@sitanka.edu 2002-03 Season: 7-11/14-16 - 7th place in the DAC-10 .... Lost to Black Hills State, 73-55, in the semifinals of the DAC-10 tournament Team Stats: (rank in DAC-10) Scoring Margin: -1.10 ppg (5th) Field Goal %: 47.83% (2nd) Scoring Offense: 77.27 ppg (6th) 3pt Field Goal %: 35.92% (5th) Scoring Defense: 78.37 ppg (6th) Free Throw %: 65.11% (8th) Rebounding Margin: +0.90 rpg (3rd) Opponents FG%: 44.76% (4th) Rebounding: 30.40 rpg (7th) Opponents 3pt FG%: 34.69% (4th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 2) Nick Guidry; 5-10; Senior; Guard; Lake Charles, LA 2002-03 stats: 17 pts/game, 3 assists/game 2nd team All DAC-10, DAC-10 Newcomer of the Year Lorenzo Trudo; 6-6; Junior; Forward; Chicago, IL 2002-03 stats: 12 pts/game, 6 rebounds/game Dominic Andrew; 6-2; Senior; New Orleans, LA 12 pts/game, 4 rebounds/game Key Newcomers: Kevin Sikes; 6-6; Junior; Forward; Boise, ID Martin deBoer; 6-6; Junior; Forward; Lawrence, KS Corey Minnifieid; 6-8; Senior; Forward; Chicago, IL Clarence Booth; 6-6; Junior; Forward; Pine Bluff, AR Luke Minor; 7-3; Senior; Center; Fredericksburg, VA Key Losses: (Starters lost: 3) Rob Richardson, 6-3, Forward Tyrone Davis, 6-5, Center Jason Sherry, 6-8, Forward Darnell Hale, 6-3, Guard

University of Mary Marauders

Head Coach: Jim Feeney (10th year) Phone: 701-355-8220 Fax: 701-255-7687 E-mail: jfeeney@umary.edu Record at Mary: 129-97 Overall Record: 183-123 Athletic Director: Al Bortke Phone: 701-355-8110 Fax: 701-255-7687 E-mail: abortke@umary.edu Sports Information: Heide Bale Phone: 701-355-8013 Fax: 701-255-7687 hbale@umary.edu 2002-03 Season: 11-7/17-11 - tied for 2nd in the DAC-10 with Black Hills State and Minot State Lost to Huron University, 68-65, in the quarterfinals of the DAC-10 tournament Team Stats: (rank in DAC-10) Scoring Margin: +2,07 ppg (3rd) Field Goal %: 45.38% (4th) Scoring Offense: 72.71 ppg (8th) 3pt Field Goal %: 35.38% (7th) Scoring Defense: 70.64 ppg (3rd) Free Throw %: 64.39% (9th) Rebounding Margin: +6.18 rpg (2nd) Opponents FG%: 44.25% (3rd) Rebounding: 35.89 rpg (3rd) Opponents 3pt FG%: 37.24% (6th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 1) Alex Aldinger; 6-7; Junior; Forward; Glendive, MT 2002-03 stats: 7.6 pts/game, 3.6 rebounds/game Nate Monroe; 7-0; Senior; Center; Bismarck, ND 2002-03 stats: 5.3 pts/game, 5.1 rebounds/game Josh Cadwallader; 6-7; Sophomore; Forward; Osseo, MN 2002-03 stats: 2.9 pts/game, 2.1 rebounds/game Joey Steiner; 6-3; Sophomore; Guard; Dickinson, ND 2002-03 Junior Varsity stats: 14.2 pts/game, 3.2 rebounds/game Key Newcomers: Chuck Archambault; 6-2; Senior; Guard; Fort Yates, ND Anish Sharda; 6-2; Junior; Guard; Simi Valley, ND Wayne Richards; 6-4; Junior; Forward; Trinidad & Tabago Matt Barton; 6-3; Junior; Guard; Herron, IL Jamaal Smith; 6-5; Junior; Center; Brooklyn, NY Lance Doppler; 6-1; Freshman; Guard; Montevideo, MN Josh Franze; 6-3; Junior; Guard; Minneapolis, MN Key Losses: (Starters lost: 4) Darrel Williams, Forward - 3rd team All DAC-10 Troy Blount, Guard - 1st team All DAC-10

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2003-04 DAC-10 BaskctbaU Team Previews continued... Key Newcomers: Scott Klaudt; 6-0; Junior; Guard; Bozeman, MT Kasey Ullin; 5-10; Senior; Guard; Forks, WA Beau Pilom; 6-5; Junior; Forward; Port Orchard, WA Senad Cimic; 6-5; Junior; Forward; Miramarska, Croatia Chris Ortiz; 5-10; Junior; Guard; Pasco, WA Jake Schmitz; 6-5; Junior; Forward; Williston, ND Key Losses: (Starters lost: 2) Josh Olson, Guard - DAC-10 Scholar-Athlete

Jamestown College Jimmies

Head Coach: Brad Huse (8th season) Phone: 701-252-3467 Fax: 701-253-4318 E-mail: huse@jc.edu Record at JC: 154-57 Overall Record: 154-57 Athletic Director: Brad Huse Phone: 701-252-3467 Fax: 701-253-4318 E-mail: huse@jc.edu Sports Information: Shawn Stimmel Phone: 701-252-3467 Fax: 701-253-4318 E-mail: sstimmel@jc.edu 2002-03 Season: 17-1/29-5 - 1st place in the DAC-10 Defeated Black Hills State, 84-67, in the DAC-10 tournament championship game Defeated Indiana Southeast, 96-65, in the 1st round of the NAIA Div. II Tournament Defeated Albertson, ID, 74-65, in the 2nd round of the NAIA Div. II Tournament Lost to Warern Southern, FL, 76-71, in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Div. II Tournament Team Stats: (rank in DAC-10) Scoring Margin: +19.38 ppg (1st) Field Goal %: 48.71% (1st) Scoring Offense: 87.09 ppg (1st) 3pt Field Goal %: 35.72% (6th) Scoring Defense: 67.71 ppg (1st) Free Throw %: 74.82% (2nd) Rebounding Margin: +8.71 rpg (1st) Opponents FG%: 39.12% (1st) Rebounding: 40.26 rpg (2nd) Opponents 3pt FG%: 29.97% (1st) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 5) Brandon Wilkens; 6-8; Senior; Forward; Center, ND 2002-03 stats: 14 pts/game, 9 rebounds/game 1st team All DAC-10, 2nd team NAIA All American, NAIA All Tournament Team Charles Jones; 6-5; Senior; Forward; Lutcher, LA 2002-03 stats: 13 pts/game, 5 rebounds/game 2nd team All DAC-10, NAIA Honorable Mention All American Benny Fragela; 6-2; Senior; Guard; Miami, FL 2002-03 stats: 10 pts/game, 4 assists/game 3rd team All DAC-10 Imran Sufi; 5-10; Senior; Guard; Fountain Valley, CA 2002-03 stats: 9.5 pts/game, 6 assists/game Eric Holmstadt; 6-8; Senior; Center; Monticello, MN 2002-03 stats: 9 pts/game, 5 rebounds/game Jonathan Castillo; 6-3; Junior; Guard/Forward; Miami, FL 2002-03 stats: 10 pts/game Randy Randle; 6-3; Senior; Guard/Forward; Chicago, IL 2002-03 stats: 8.5 pts/game Key Newcomers: Jamil Moore; 6-5; Junior; Bear, DE Robbie Redekopp; 6-5; Sophomore; Butte, MT Chris Jorgenson; 6-7; Sophomore; Littleton, CO Jeremy Weiseler; 6-7; Freshman; Miller, SD Josh Vargas; 6-5; Freshman; Zimmerman, MN Bill Schaffan; 6-4; Sophomore; Bottineau, ND Key Losses: (Starters lost: 0) Brian White, Center Eddrin Williams, Guard

Mayville State University Comets

Head Coach: Terry Layton (2nd year) Phone: 701-788-4839 Fax: 701-788-4840 E-mail: terryjayton@mail.masu.nodak.edu Record at MaSU: 14-15 Overall Record: 262-217 Athletic Director: Terry Layton Phone: 701-788-4839 Fax: 701-788-4840 E-mail: terryjayton@mail.masu.nodak.edu Sports Information: Cari Boe/Chris Rodgers E-mail: cjDoe@mail.masu.nodak.edu Phone: 701-788-4658 (Cari Boe) E-mail: c_rodgers@mail.masu.nodak.edu Phone: 701-788-4837 (Chris Rodgers) ..Fax: 701-788-4840 2002-03 Season: 8-10/14-15 - 6th place in the DAC-10 .... Lost to Black Hills State, 108-100, in the quarterfinals of the DAC-10 tournament Team Stats: (rank in DAC-10) Scoring Margin: +1.31 ppg (4th) Field Goal %: 44.57% (9th) Scoring Offense: 83.66 ppg (3rd) 3pt Field Goal %: 35.34% (8th) Scoring Defense: 82.34 ppg (9th) Free Throw %: 74.20% (3rd) Rebounding Margin: -2.45 rpg (9th) Opponents FG%: 44.24% (2nd) Rebounding: 40.93 rpg (1st) Opponents 3pt FG%: 34.69% (3rd) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 2) Curt Hong; 6-6; Sophomore; Forward; Buxton, ND 2002-03 stats: 10.7 pts/game, 7.2 rebounds/game R.J. Hanson; 6-3; Senior; Guard; Sheyenne, ND 2002-03 stats: 9.4 pts/game Deter Lowry; 6-9; St. James, Trinidad Key Newcomers: Robert Lawrence; 6-4; St. Michaels Wylee Bearstail; 6-2; Parshall, ND Reid Flaagen; 6-4; Beulah, ND Kelvin Bevilla; 6-5; Puerto Rico Justin Miller; 6-3; Toldeo, OH Papi Papski; 6-2; Warsaw, Poland Key Losses: (Starters lost: 3) Travis Lindgren, Guard- 1st team All DAC-10; DAC-10 Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Senior; 1st team NAIA All-American; Dac-10 Scholar-Athlete, NAIA Scholar Athlete Kelly Cota, Center - DAC-10 Scholar-Athlete, NAIA Scholar-Athlete Damon Jones, Guard

Minot State University Beavers Head Coach: Mike Hultz (6th year) Phone: 701-858-3278 Record at MiSU: 63-79 Athletic Director: Rick Hedberg Phone: 701-858-3041 Sports Information: Sheila Green-Gerding Phone: 701-858-3261

Fax: 701-858-3136

E-mail: hultz@minotstateu.edu Overall Record: 63-79

Fax: 701-858-3136

E-mail: rhedberg@minotstateu.edu

Fax: 701-858-3136

E-mail: greensh@minotstateu.edu

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2003-04 DAC-10 Basketball Team Previews continued... Valley City State University Vikings

Head Coach: Adam DeHaan (3rd season) Phone:701-845-7240 Fax:701-845-7211 Record at VCSU: 23-35 Athletic Director: Don Bauer Phone: 701-845-7160 Fax: 701-845-7211 Sports Information: Cory Anderson Phone: 701-845-7413 Fax: 701-845-7211 2002-03 Season: 9-9/13-16 - 5th place in the DAC-10 Lost to Minot State, 93-82, in the quarterfinals of the DAC-10 tournament Team Stats: (rank in DAC-10) Scoring Margin: -1.62 (6th) Scoring Offense: 74.03 ppg (7th) Scoring Defense: 75.66 ppg (4th) Rebounding Margin: -3.17 rpg (10th) Rebounding: 28.83 rpg (9th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 2) Mario Lewis; 6-3; Senior; Guard; Jackson, MS Brandon Bata; 6-5; Sophomore; Post; Kensal, ND Garth McFadden; 6-2; Senior; Wing; Buffalo, MN

E-mail: adam.dehaan@vcsu.edu Overall Record: 23-35 E-mail: don.bauer@vcsu.edu E-mail: cory.anderson@vcsu.edu

Field Goal %: 44.71% (8th) 3pt Field Goal %: 40.11% (2nd) Free Throw %: 67.57% (7th) Opponents FG%: 46.45% (5th) Opponents 3pt FG%: 35.93% (5th) 2002-03 stats: 8.3 pts/game, 5 rebounds/game, 52% FG 2002-03 stats: 7.3 pts/game, 5.2 rebounds/game, 58% FG DAC-10 Scholar-Athlete 2002-03 stats: 6.1 pts/ game, 40% 3pt FG DAC-10 Scholar-Athlete

Key Newcomers: Tyrone Terry; 6-4; Junior; Wing; Valley City, ND Matt Klabo; 6-7; Junior; Forward; Garrison, ND Nick Lee; 6-7; Junior; Post; Glenburn, ND Brady Ernst; 6-2; Freshman; Guard; Dickinson, ND Jonathon Lindahl; 6-7; Freshman; Forward; Cando, ND Jackson Sussex; 6-0; Freshman; Guard; Milbank, SD Key Losses: (Starters lost: 3) Austin McCullough, Wing - 2nd team All DAC-10 Paul Henderson, Guard Jon Oatis, Post

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