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2010-11 Stetson University Men’s Basketball GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................... DeLand, FL 32723 Founded ........................................................ 1883 Enrollment .................................................... 2,390 Nickname .................................................. Hatters Colors ............................. Hunter Green and White Affiliation .................................................. NCAA, I Conference ........................................Atlantic Sun Home Arena ............................... Edmunds Center Capacity ....................................................... 4,000 President ................................ Dr. Wendy B. Libby Director of Athletics .............................. Jeff Altier Senior Woman Administrator ..............Jan Usher Faculty Athletic Represetative ............ Mike Bitter Senior Associate AD .......................Richard Skeel Assistant AD, Compliance ................. Jorie Tress Game Day Management ................... Royce Horak Director of Sports Medicine ...........Glenn Brickey

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ........... Derek Waugh (Furman, 1993) Career Record ........................ 112-169 / 11th year Stetson Record ............................................ same Assistants ...........Wylie Tucker (Montevallo, 1978) ..................... Sebastian Singletary (Stetson, 2001) ......................................... Chris Capko (USF, 2006) 2009-10 Overall Record .................................7-22 2009-10 Conference Record ............... 5-15 / 11th Starters Returning / Lost .............................. 3 / 3 Letterwinners Returning / Lost .................... 6 / 6 Basketball Office Phone ............. (386) 822-8120 Basketball Office Fax .................. (386) 822-8148

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director ........... Dean Watson Office Phone ................................ (386) 822-8130 Home Phone ................................. (407) 321-9848 Cell Phone ..................................... (386) 747-2824 E-mail ................................. dwatson@stetson.edu Assistant SID ................................Jesse Cazakoff Office Phone ................................ (386) 822-8131 E-mail ..................................jcazakof@stetson.edu Office Fax ..................................... (386) 822-7486 Press Row .................................... (386) 822-8133 Web Site .................................www.gohatters.com Mailing Address ............... 421 N. Woodland Blvd. ..................................................................Box 8359 .................................................. DeLand, FL 32723 Overnight Address .................... Edmunds Center ....................................................Sports Information ........................................ 143 E. Pennsylvania Ave. .................................................. DeLand, FL 32720 Credits: The 2010-11 Stetson University Men’s Basketball Media Guide was written, edited and designed by Sports Information Director Dean Watson using Adobe InDesign CS. Editorial assistance provided by Special Assistant D.W., Jamie Bataille, Jesse Cazakoff and Bethany Anderson. Special thanks to Jim Jordan for all his records research. Photography by Jim Hogue, Steve Simoneau, Sideline Sports, Chuck Krohn, and Dean Watson.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Media Information Quick Facts / Table of Contents ........................................................................1 Sports Information Staff / Media Guidelines ......................................................2 Media Outlets / TV Coverage ............................................................................3 2010-11 Season Preview .............................................................................. 4-5 Stetson Coaching Staff Head Coach Derek Waugh ........................................................................... 6-7 Assistant Coach Wylie Tucker...........................................................................8 Assistant Coach Sebastian Singletary ..............................................................9 Assistant Coach Chris Capko .........................................................................10 Support Staff/Table Staff .................................................................................11 Player Profiles Graeme Radford ....................................................................................... 12-13 Ridge Graham ........................................................................................... 14-15 Tyshawn Patterson.................................................................................... 16-17 Joel Naburgs ............................................................................................. 18-19 Liam McInerney......................................................................................... 20-21 J.R. Weston ............................................................................................... 22-23 Jermol Paul .....................................................................................................24 Aaron Graham.................................................................................................25 Steve Forbes ...................................................................................................26 Luis Jacobo .....................................................................................................27 Corey Walden..................................................................................................28 Adam Pegg, Chris Perez, Diego Morales, Spence Purnell .............................29 2009-10 in Review Season Review ...............................................................................................30 Statistics ..........................................................................................................31 Results ............................................................................................................32 2010-11 Team Roster and Poster 2010-11 Team Roster / Team Photo ................................................................33 2010-11 Schedule Poster ................................................................................34 2010-11 Opponents Travel Itinerary ................................................................................................35 Opponents Information.............................................................................. 35-37 Records & History Individual Career Records...............................................................................38 Individual Season Records .............................................................................39 Team Single-Season Records / Single-Game Records ..................................40 Hatter Season-By-Season Leaders ................................................................41 Award Winners / Milestones ............................................................................42 All-Time Letterwinners............................................................................... 43-44 Hatter Graduates 1998-2010 ..........................................................................45 Player Development ........................................................................................46 Year-By-Year Results ................................................................................ 47-54 The “Gus” Tradition .........................................................................................54 Coaching History / Dr. Glenn Wilkes ...............................................................55 All-Time Record vs. Opponents ......................................................................56 Stetson University and DeLand, FL This is Stetson University ................................................................................57 The President and Athletic Director.................................................................58 Men’s Basketball Support Staff .......................................................................59 J. Ollie Edmunds Center .................................................................................60 The Glenn Wilkes Court ..................................................................................61 Athletic Facilities .............................................................................................62 Sports Medicine / Strength and Conditioning ..................................................63 The Atlantic Sun Conference ..........................................................................64 2010-11 Schedule .................................................................Outside Back Cover

Mission Statement: The Stetson University Athletic Department strives to provide students with a sound educational experience through a holistic and collaborative athletic program that allows students to develop intellectually, spiritually, socially, and physically. Excellence is pursued through participation in a successful Division I, NCAA program, superior coaching, interaction among coaches, faculty, students, and staff, and a diversity of studentathlete activities based on a liberal-arts education. Students develop leadership through sport participation and community activities. In unison with the University Mission, the Athletic program helps students pursue truth by actively recruiting and providing a diverse and caring environment that values and commits to the rights and fair treatment of all people regardless of race, religion, or gender. The Athletic Program (Department) encourages its student athletes to be morally sensitive and contributing citizens through active forms of social responsibility.

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Media Information Sports Information 2010-11 Staff

Dean Watson Sports Information Director Men’s Basketball Contact (386) 822-8130 dwatson@stetson.edu

Jesse Cazakoff Assistant SID (386) 822-8131 jcazakof@stetson.edu

Branden Sears Student Assistant

Jamie Bataille Stat Crew

Media Guidelines Press Credentials Press credentials will be issued to working members of the media only. Please fax all credential requests on company letterhead to Sports Information Director Dean Watson (386822-7486) at least one day prior to the game. All requests will be screened and evaluated, with priority going to local press, daily newspapers, radio/TV sports directors, opponent media outlets and those covering Stetson on a regular basis. Credentials will not be mailed. All passes can be picked up at the will-call window at the front entrance of the Edmunds Center. Press Row Working space for the media is located on the west side of the floor, opposite team benches and scorer’s table. Spouses, dates and other non-workers are not permitted on press row. Working personnel are expected to follow press row guidelines established by the NCAA, Atlantic Sun Conference, and United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA). Photo Credentials NCAA policy establishes that only photographers on assignment will be afforded credentials. Designated areas for photographers have been marked on each baseline. Space is available on a first-come, first-serve basis and all photographers must remain within the designated areas. Practice Coverage Any media member wishing to cover practice sessions is welcome to do so. Please notify the Sports Information Office if you are planning to attend a practice. Press Row Service Statistics, pre-game notes, game programs and media guides will be available in the media workroom prior to the game. Complete halftime box scores will be distributed to the media at intermission. Final box scores, play-by-play and shot charts will be distributed as quickly as possible at the conclusion of the game. Media Workroom A catered meal and soft drinks will be available prior to the game in the media workroom located in Edmunds Center Room . No food is allowed on press row. The workroom will remain open prior to the game, at halftime and after the game.

Bethany Anderson Student Office Manager

Mailing Address Stetson Sports Information 421 N. Woodland Blvd. Box 8359 DeLand, FL 32723 Shipping Address Edmunds Center 143 E. Pennsylvania Ave. DeLand, FL 32724 Office Fax: (386) 822-7486 Press Row: (386) 822-8133 Web: www.gohatters.com

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Scouting In accordance with NCAA and Atlantic Sun Conference regulations, Stetson prohibits the granting of credentials for scouting purposes. Coaches in violation of this rule will be reported to the conference office. Professional scouts will be seated on a space available basis. Parking A limited number of parking spaces are available across the street from the Edmunds Center in the Rinker Field parking lot. Parking is on a first come, first serve basis.

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Post-Game Interview Policy Coach Waugh and requested players will available for post-game interviews in the media workroom or courtside after a prescribed 10-minute “cooling off” period. Stetson players will be made available first while coach Waugh fulfills his postgame radio committments. See visiting SID personnel regarding interviews with members of their coaching staff or players. Radio Stetson grants broadcast rights to the official flagship radio station of the visiting team and provides one complimentary telephone line on a reciprocal basis. Otherwise, a rights fee of $75 has been established. Telephone Lines Priority for telephone lines on press row are given to home and visiting radio broadcasts (one each), AP (one), and to the Stetson Sports Information department (one). No other phone lines will be available on press row during games. Additional phone lines are available in the media workroom. Any special requests, such as multiple phone lines, should be made as early as possible. In-Season Coach/Player Interviews All coach and player interviews should be arranged through Stetson Sports Information Director Dean Watson (386-822-8130). Please allow players at least 24-hours prior notice for interview requests. Players may not be interviewed on game day after 3 p.m. Directions to the Edmunds Center • From Orlando/Tampa (I-4 East) Take the first DeLand Exit (114) and turn left on State Road 472. Travel approximately three miles and fork right onto Highway 17/92, which becomes Woodland Boulevard. Travel through downtown to the Stetson campus area and turn right on Pennsylvania Ave. The Edmunds Center is on the left and parking is on the right. • From Jacksonville (I-95 Southbound) Take the Speedway Blvd. Exit (261B) and head west approximately 18 miles into DeLand. Pass the Holiday Inn and turn left on Amelia Ave. Go to the second stop light and turn right on Pennsylvania Ave. The Edmunds Center is on the right and parking is on the left. • From Ocala (I-75) Take Exit 358 and head east on State Road 326. Travel approximately 15 miles and turn left on State Road 40. Travel approximately 45 miles and turn right on US Highway 17. Travel approximately 15 miles into DeLand. US 17 becomes Woodland Blvd. Turn left on Pennsylvania Ave. The Edmunds Center is on the left and parking is on the right. • From Miami (I-95 Northbound) Take exit 249 and head west on State Road 44 approximately 20 miles into DeLand. SR 44 becomes New York Ave. Turn right on Amelia Ave. and continue to the third stop light. Turn left on Pennsylvania Ave. The Edmunds Center is on the right and parking is on the left.

Media Information Stetson Basketball On The Air

Hatter Vision During the 2010-11 basketball season, Stetson could have games televised live on Bright House Network Sports. The schedule will be announced as the season progresses.

Comcast Sports Southeast will again air the A-Sun Game of the Week each Friday night. Stetson will be featured Jan. 22 vs. Mercer University in DeLand. CSS currently reaches more than three million homes in the southeast U.S. Date Jan. 14 Feb. 4 Mar. 2-5

Opponent Mercer USC Upstate A-Sun Tournament

Time 7:00 pm 7:00 pm TBA

Stetson men’s basketball will broadcast all home and away games over the internet, with a video simulcast during home games and select road contests. Join 16-year veterans Murray Miller and Harry Arnold as they call every exciting play all season long. Each broadcast will start 10 minutes prior to tip-off and conclude with the post game show featuring comments from Head Coach Derek Waugh.

Fox Sports Florida will be broadcasting Stetson’s game vs. the Seminoles in Tallahassee on December 15. Date Opponent Time Dec. 15 at Florida State 9:00 p.m.

Primary Media Outlets Wire Services Associated Press Sports Editor 9100 N.W. 36th Street Miami, FL 33178 Office: (800) 824-5498 Fax: (305) 594-9265 Fred Goodall PO Box 191 Tampa, FL 33601 Office: (813) 254-6038

Print Sports Editor Daytona Beach News-Journal 901 6th Street Daytona Beach, FL 32117 Office: (386) 252-1511 x2416 Fax: (386) 253-8433 Jordan Kahn, Sports Writer Daytona Beach News-Journal 111 S. Alabama Avenue DeLand, FL 32724 Office: (386) 740-4417 Fax: (386) 736-2714 Tim Stephens, Sports Editor The Orlando Sentinel 633 North Orange Ave. Orlando, FL 32802 Office: (800) 347-6868 Fax: (407) 420-5069

Roger Gilmore, Sports Editor DeLand Beacon P.O. Box 753 DeLand, FL 32721 Office: (386) 734-4622 Fax: (386) 734-4641

Television Phil Burton Sports Director WFTV-TV (ABC) P.O. Box 999 Orlando, FL 32802 Office: (407) 244-8367 Fax: (407) 244-8372

Dean Smith, Sports Editor Sanford Herald 300 N. French Ave. Sanford, FL 32770 Office: (407) 322-2611 Fax: (407) 323-9408

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Guy Rawlings, Sports Director WESH-TV (NBC) P.O. Box 7697 Orlando, FL 32854 Office: (407) 539-7878 Fax: (407) 539-7948

Sports Editor The Stetson Reporter Campus Box 8409 DeLand, FL 32723

David Pingalore, Sports Director WKMG-TV (CBS) 4466 John Young Pkwy Orlando, FL 32804 Office: (407) 521-1323 Fax: (407) 298-2122

Radio Harry Arnold (color commentary) P.O. Box 2269 Orlando, FL 32802 Office: (407) 831-3001 Fax: (407) 831-2572

Sports Director WOFL-TV (Fox) 35 Skyline Drive Lake Mary, FL 32746 Office: (407) 741-5097 Fax: (407) 741-5189

Murray Miller (play-by-play) P.O. Box 634 DeLand, FL 32721-0634 Office: (386) 734-2233 Fax: (386) 736-4189

Sean McDowell, Sports Director Bright House Sports Network Central Florida News-13 20 N. Orange Ave., Ste 13 Orlando, FL 32801 Phone: (407) 513-1373 Fax: (407) 513-1399

For all the latest Hatter news, scores, and statistics, visit the Stetson Athletics web site at www.gohatters.com. The men’s basketball home page features links to: • Live broadcasts of every game • Postgame stories • Box scores • Team statistics • Player profiles • and much more!

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2010-11 Season Preview The 2009-2010 Stetson Basketball season liance in their freshmen seasons. Tyshawn was disappointing for the Hatters. Three Patterson finished last year as the Hatters bright spots did exist. First and most impor- third leading scorer at 8.4 ppg. His assist to tantly, all of the seniors from last year’s team turnover ratio in conference play steadied graduated and are moving at 1 to 1. Patterson, who led on to successful careers. Orlando Christian Prep to two Mark Lohuis, Sheldon Olistraight Florida state titles is ver and Olivier Dupiton are a jet quick player who is getall on track to earn Masters’ ting much better at changing degrees. Brandon Williams pace and becoming a floor is now an assistant basgeneral. ketball coach at Monsignor Pace High School in Miami “Tyshawn has a gigantic perand AJ Smith, who finished sonality and really has a lot his career 16th on Stetson’s of potential as a player and all-time scoring list, is pursuan energy guy… that is why ing a professional career in we recruited him. From what Europe. Next, Stetson’s five I have seen of him in the freshman combined to score pre-season, he is a lot more 936 points in 2009-10 which under control, he is stronger was the third most in the and he is really shooting ball country after the University well. I think he will be much Joel Naburgs of Kentucky and the Univerimproved and much more sity of Indiana. consistent this year. I see his assist to turnover ratio and shooting perThe 2009-2010 Stetson recruiting class is centage moving up dramatically,” said being hailed as the best in Coach Derek Waugh. Waugh’s tenure and one of the top 20 midmajor classes in the country. According to The other sophomore is Joel Naburgs. NaESPN.com Stetson has the top recruiting burgs, who hails from the renowned Kilsyth class in the Atlantic Sun Conference. These program in Melbourne, Australia was the newcomers should make an immediate im- top rated recruit in the Atlantic Sun last pact. year along with Ian Clark of Belmont. He struggled early but really came on down the “We seem to be much more talented this year stretch averaging over 12 ppg in February. and I think that our chemistry is better given For the season, he had the second best asthe fact that our whole team is around the sist to turnover ratio on the team and shot same age; this should make defining roles over 35% from the 3-point line. a bit easier,” said Waugh. “In the league, Lipscomb and ETSU are the two favorites “We have had many Australians in the proby a mile… after that, I think the league is gram. It generally takes them a season to pretty wide get acclimated to college basketball. I think open. If we Joel went through the same thing and will defend and be much better this year. He is probably rebound, I our best passer,” says Coach Waugh. think we can move way Two freshmen will also be looking to make up the standan impact in the backcourt. Corey Walden ings. From a from Seabreeze High School in Daytona talent standBeach is only the fourth two-time Volusia point, we County player of the year joining both Vince should be at Carter and former Hatter great, E.J. Gora higher level don. than in the past; we just “Corey has generally played the off guard in have good his career but I think that he can take care young playof the ball well. I think that he will be an imers.” pact freshman for us and he has great defensive ball skills. I would not be shocked Tyshawn Patterson At the guard if he ends his career as our all time steals spot, Stetson will rely on ball-handling by leader,” said Waugh. committee rather than one single designated point guard. Leading the way will be two Joining Walden is redshirt freshman, Aaron sophomores who showed flashes of bril- Graham from Westminister Academy in Ft.

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Lauderdale, Florida. He was coached in high school by former Hatter great, Ehren Walhoff. Graham is a legitimate 6’5” and he is a natural guard who has gained 10 lbs of muscle in his redshirt year. “From a skill set standpoint, I believe Aaron is as talented as anyone we have… he can shoot, pass, handle the ball and he is tall and long which should make him a good defender. I will be very interested to see how his competitive greatness and intensity have developed. That will be the key to him really producing for us,” said Waugh. Walk-on guard Diego Morales also joins the Hatters this year from Freedom High School in Orlando. The Hatters may be the deepest at the small forward position with four players who could really contribute. Leading the way is Ridge Graham, who was a member of the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team after spending a year as a redshirt. Graham averaged 12 ppg and 6 rpg last year. “Ridge has really improved, especially as a shooter. Now that we have more inside presence, he should be able to present even more match up problems. He is 6’5” but really plays like he is 6’7” or 6’8” given his wingspan. I am pretty confident he will rebound and score but we need Ridge Graham him to reach his defensive potential and capability,” said Waugh. Next, Jermol Paul is coming off a redshirt year and is the teams only junior. He started 15 games as a freshman at Stony Brook and put on 35 pounds on his bench press as a redshirt at Stetson. He shoots the ball well and is a very good athlete with good bounce and strength at 6’4”. “Jermol will be a big key for us… when he goes hard, he is great. He could be one of the best offensive rebounders in the league. Defenders bounce off his shoulders because he is so strong. I am glad he is with us,”

2010-11 Season Preview said Waugh. J.R. Weston, a redshirt sophomore out of Ohio and the son of former Hatter Randy Weston, is returning after having his foot healthy for an entire year. Weston averaged 2.3 points per game as a J.R. Weston freshman and is recognized as one of the best shooters on the team. “J.R. is a very tough kid and a coach’s dream with his work ethic and coachability. He can light up a shooting drill, but we need to see that in competition. When he is confident, he is great,” said Waugh. Weston was also named one of Stetson’s scholar-athletes of the year, carrying a 3.99 grade point average. Finally, Luis Jacobo joins the Hatters out of Winter Springs High School in Central Florida. Jacobo, who was the highest rated recruit in the Atlantic Sun in 2010 is a versatile forward who spent his early high school years with his back to the basket and gradually moved to the perimeter as he developed. “Luis is a very serious and dedicated kid. He comes from a great basketball background and I see him contributing immediately. He could be our most versatile and effective finisher,” said Waugh. Walk-on Spence Purnell also joins the Hatters this year from David Magley’s Bradenton Christian program.

make free throws. I think he has gotten much better at both and he has been very vocal in a positive way,” said Waugh. The 6’10” Radford led the team in blocks last year with 24. Next, Liam McInerney also returns as a sophomore for the Hatters. The 6’9” 240lb forward-center started nine games as a freshman and played very well down the stretch. He was the Hatters’ second leading rebounder and averaged 3.1 ppg in 15 minutes of action per contest. “Liam is as hard a worker as we have. He is one of those guys who does not get things done in a flashy way, but teams are better when he is out there. I expect him to play an important and versatile role for us this year and hopefully, his range extends to the three point arc,” said Waugh.

Waugh states, “Chris is a great worker and I think has the chance to be one of the better players in our league. I thought he was one of the best guards in the 2009 class in the state of Florida, and he is so strong now, he can probably play three different positions for us.”

The Schedule The Hatters have a difficult pre-season schedule which includes Florida State, Miami and Wake Forest. “Going to Wake is a cool game for me as that is one of my alma maters and we always enjoy our trip to Tallahassee and Miami”, said Waugh.

McInerney is one of the best students at Stetson University carrying a perfect 4.0 grade point average. Finally, the Hatters size and bulk up front should be bolstered by the addition of freshman Steve Forbes (Clermont, FL). Forbes was an inside force last summer for the AAU team Each 1 Teach 1 and last season for East Ridge High School. The 6’8” 300lb Forbes has improved his conditioning and should be an important addition for the Hatters. “Steven has worked hard and is getting leaner and more fit. He is not there yet, but when he gets a collegiate physique, he should be a force. He probably has as good of hands as anyone in our league and he is a great kid who is just learning his potential,” said Waugh. Rounding out the roster are two transfers who should help in practice this year and make an immediate impact next year. Adam Pegg, a 6’9” 265lb bruiser, transferred from Delaware where he started the final 15 games of last season. “Adam is a beast, and I believe he is a great leader. His dedication to fitness and strength has rubbed off on the team. He is going to be good,” said Waugh.

In the post, the Hatters have Liam McInerney three viable options. First, Graeme Radford, the team’s only senior, Chris Perez out of the highly acclaimed has looked very good in the pre-season. Oldsmar Christian program in Tampa has quickly established himself as a potential “I gave Graeme two goals for the summer… force in the future. He is a transfer from to come back in great shape so that he can Liberty where he started numerous games be a defensive presence and to be able to and shot 50% from the 3-point line.

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The Hatters also play three games in the Jerry Ta r k a n i a n Classic in Las Vegas. The crown jewel of the pre-season schedule should be a trip by former local rival UCF to the Edmunds Center on November 23.

“UCF is now a gigantic school that has poured millions of dollars into their athletic department, but we look forward to the challenge of playing them at home for the first time in six years”, said Waugh. After missing the conference tournament last season Stetson was picked to finish 9th by the coaches and 10th by the media in the 2010-11 A-Sun preseason polls. “Overall, we are judged by how we play within the conference. Lipscomb and ETSU will be the overall pre-season favorites and deservedly so for the players they have returning. I think the rest of the conference race is totally up in the air. I am always positive coming into each season, but I believe this group is as talented as any that I have had. That does not always turn into wins, but I think it just might. I believe we could have a great, great run over the next three years at Stetson,” added Waugh.

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The Head Coach conference with a mark of 11-5. This mark tied for second best in school history. The Hatters also finished 11-2 at home which was third best home record in the 34 year history of the Edmunds Center. The season also saw the emergence of Garfield Blair who was named to the All-Conference team. Although the Hatters lost a disappointing game in the conference tournament to Gardner-Webb, most of the team still remains intact for a championship run in 2008-09. Waugh has made it a mission to upgrade the Hatters nonconference schedule with high level opponents, especially from within the state. In the last four years, Stetson has also hosted the University of South Florida from the Big East and Florida State from the A.C.C. The University of Miami, also from the A.C.C. is set to come to the Edmunds Center during the 2009-10 campaign. The Waugh era began with a bang as the Hatters defeated Southwest Missouri State 80-76 on Dec. 28, Stetson’s first victory in a “guarantee game” in over 10 years. Waugh then took the Hatters from last place in the Atlantic Sun Conference to a tie for third. A win over eventual A-Sun champion Georgia State and a six-game winning streak highlighted Waugh’s first month in charge. Waugh guided the Hatters to a 17-12 overall record and an 117, third-place finish in the conference. Under Waugh’s leadership, the Hatters won their first A-Sun Tournament game in seven years before falling in the semifinals. Stetson was 13-8 with Waugh leading the way and the Hatters’ 17 wins were the most since the 1988-89 season. Waugh helped guide the 2003-04 Hatter squad to a 12-15 overall record and a 10-10 A-Sun mark, good for a fifth place finish and a trip to the conference tournament. Stetson won five in a row and eight out of 11 during the second half of the season. The 2004-05 season saw Stetson upset Georgia 56-52 in Athens, marking the Hatters’ first win over an SEC opponent in 21 years. But in an extremely tight league where just five games separated first place from 10th place, the Hatters narrowly missed the conference tournament despite a respectable 8-12 A-Sun record. The 2005-06 campaign was one of the most amazing in school history. While faltering during Stetson’s pre-conference season and at one point owning the nation’s longest losing streak, the Hatters rebounded to win 12 of their last 14 games and actually had the nation’s fifth longest winning streak during February. The turnaround was the greatest of any school in the Atlantic Sun’s 20 year history and it marked one of the greatest single-season turnarounds in NCAA history. Along the way, Stetson also set school, Divison I records for road winning streak, overall winning streak and most wins in February. The Hatters made their second trip to the conference semi-finals during the Waugh era. During his tenure, Waugh has signed two A-SUN all-freshman team members, three all-conference players, the leading scoring duo in Stetson history (Register and Gordon), 12 all-state players in Florida and Georgia, a junior college All-American and 16 players from the state of Florida. A 1993 Furman University graduate, Waugh has been a part of the Hatter coaching staff since July 1997. In his three-plus seasons as an assistant, Waugh quickly gained a reputation as one of the

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Derek WAUGH Furman, 1993 11th Season 112-169 Overall 83-105 A-Sun

Derek Waugh has gone from the youngest Division I head coach in the country when he took over the Stetson program in 2000 to the most tenured coach in the Atlantic Sun Conference and the third most tenured Division I coach in the state of Florida. He ranks third alltime in wins at Stetson, second in wins in the Division I era and first in career conference wins. Overall, the Hatters have won 38 of their last 53 home games under Waugh and have set three school records in the modern era for win streaks in the last four years (overall, road and home). Waugh signed a contract extension following the 2007-08 season that will keep him on the Hatter sidelines for years to come. Waugh and the Hatters begin the 2010-11 season with one of the youngest teams in the nation that, according to ESPN.com, includes the top incoming recruiting class in the A-Sun. The three freshmen combined with a pair of transfers, form the I-4 Five. A group from the I-4 corridor in Central Florida that will look to lead the Hatters to the top of the conference over the next three seasons. In 2008-09 Stetson had another successful home campaign finishing 10-4 in the Edmunds Center. The Hatters also had some key wins on the road including the January 16, 2009 victory over Kennesaw State giving Waugh the 100th win of his career. Another highlight was Stetson’s 64-63 upset of ETSU in Johnson City, Tennessee. From January 31-February 14 Waugh led Stetson to wins in five of six conference games until key injuries slowed the team down the final stretch. In 2007-08, the Hatters finished third in the Atlantic Sun

The Waugh File Personal Born: October 13, 1971 Wife: Mary Children: Sophia, Luke, Jack Education B.S., Furman University, 1993 J.D., Wake Forest Univ., 1996

College Basketball’s Division I Youngest Head Coaches with 100 or more career wins

Coaching Experience Dec. 27, 2000 - Present Head Coach Stetson University

Name Jeff Capel III Darrin Horn Mick Cronin Chris Mooney Chris Lowery Billy Lange Billy Taylor Will Brown Derek Waugh

July 1997- Dec. 2000 Assistant Coach Stetson University Playing Experience Furman Paladins, 1989-93 SoCon Freshman/Year (1990) First-Team All-SoCon (1993) Academic All-American (1993)

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Age 35 37 39 38 38 38 36 38 39

School Division I Wins Oklahoma 161 South Carolina 147 Cincinnati 130 Richmond 125 Southern Illinois 124 Navy 120 Ball State 116 Albany 113 Stetson University 112

The Head Coach country’s top young post coaches. Under Waugh’s guidance in 1997-98, Jeff Warbritton went from a backup to a first-team all-conference performer. Waugh has also mentored one of the league’s top frontcourt duo, Sebastian Singletary and Santos Hampton. Singletary was a first-team all-conference selection for two seasons and Hampton led the league in rebounding and field-goal percentage in 2000-01. Overall, Waugh has helped develop eight all-conference selections and three all-freshmen

Derek Waugh’s Milestone Wins Date Dec. 28, 2000 Jan. 6, 2001 Mar. 1, 2001 Dec. 31, 2004 Jan. 31, 2005 Feb. 19, 2006 Mar. 2, 2006 Dec. 30, 2006 Jan 21, 2008 Feb 10, 2008 Jan 16, 2009

Opponent SW Missouri State Georgia State Mercer Georgia Campbell Jacksonville Florida Atlantic Skidmore Longwood ETSU Kennesaw State

Score 80-76 71-66 71-67 56-52 70-51 81-66 54-44 85-55 68-60 68-56 69-52

Noteworthy 1st coaching victory 1st A-Sun win; one of five GSU losses 1st A-Sun tournament win Stetson’s 1st SEC win since 1983 50th coaching victory 6th straight road win; longest in SU history 9th straight win; longest streak in 25 years Becomes 3rd all-time in wins at Stetson 10th straight home win; longest in 25 years Becomes Stetson leader in A-Sun wins 100th career victory

selections since his arrival at Stetson. The 2006-07 team placed 10 student-athletes on the Academic All-Conference team, the most in the league. Waugh, who has gained national notoriety for leaving a lucrative law practice to become a basketball coach, had an outstanding four-year basketball career at Furman University (1989-93). He played in 114 total games and finished his career as one of only four players in school history to score 1,400 points and grab 850 rebounds. As a senior (1992-93) with the Paladins, Waugh was named team MVP, first-team All-Southern Conference and earned CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-America (3rd-team) honors. During the 1990-91 season, Waugh helped Furman to a 20-9 record and a berth in the NIT. He was also named the SoCon Freshman of the Year (198990), and Young Alumnus of the Year (2001). A native of Atlanta, Waugh’s success on the basketball court began in high school where he led Marist to four straight AAA Georgia State Championship games. In 1989 he was named the Most Valuable Player of the state tournament as Marist won its first-ever high school championship. He, Matt Harpring (Utah Jazz) and noted San Francisco financier Blair Ford are the only Marist basketball players in the school’s Hall of Fame. Waugh holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Furman (1993) and a juris doctorate from Wake Forest (1996).

Q&A with Coach Waugh

He and his wife, Mary, have a six-year-old daughter, Sophia, a five-year-old son, Luke and son Jack, a three-year old.

Favorite Vacation Spot- Beach with my family Favorite Hobby- Golfing\Spending Time with Kids Favorite Type of Music- Anything from the 70’s Favorite Musician- Gordon Lightfoot Last Concert- Temptations/Four Tops Favorite Food- Anything in Large Portions Favorite Restaurant- Sweet Tomatoes Favorite City to visit- Atlanta, GA Last Book Read- Dr. Suess (to kids) Favorite Movie- Caddyshack Favorite Sports Movie- Rocky II Favorite Actor- Will Ferrell or David Hasselhoff Favorite Pro Athlete- Boca Djordjic Greatest Competitor- Tiger Woods Favorite Quote- “Live with no regrets” “Don’t take yourself too seriously” “If you want to avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.” If Not a Coach I’d be- A Politician Jack, Mary, Sophia, Luke and Derek Waugh

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Derek Waugh earned first-team All-Southern Conference honors in 1993 at Furman University.

Waugh’s Record vs. Current A-Sun Opponents Opponent W-L Belmont .............................................5-13 Campbell ...........................................12-6 ETSU ..................................................4-7 Florida Gulf Coast ..............................4-2 Jacksonville .......................................7-12 Kennesaw State .................................5-5 Lipscomb ............................................8-7 Mercer ...............................................8-12 North Florida .......................................7-3 USC Upstate ......................................3-2 Total ..................................................63-69

Waugh Era Award Winners 2009-10 Ridge Graham .......... A-Sun All-Freshman Team 2008-09 Garfield Blair ..............2nd Team All-Conference A.J. Smith ..................A-Sun Player of the Week 2007-08 Garfield Blair ..............2nd Team All-Conference Garfield Blair .............A-Sun Player of the Week 2006-07 Gabe McMillen ......... A-Sun Player of the Week 2005-06 E.J. Gordon ............... 2nd Team All-Conference E.J. Gordon ...........A-Sun All-Tournament Team E.J. Gordon .......A-Sun Player of the Week (2x) 2004-05 Anthony Register....... 2nd Team All-Conference Anthony Register...... A-Sun Player of the Week 2003-04 E.J. Gordon ............... 2nd Team All-Conference 2002-03 E.J. Gordon .......... A-Sun Freshman of the Year E.J. Gordon ..............A-Sun All-Freshmen Team Alexis McMillan ........NCAA Div. I Steals Leader 2001-02 Mark Stiles ...............A-Sun All-Freshmen Team Santos Hampton ...... A-Sun Player of the Week 2000-01 Sebastian Singletary .. 1st Team All-Conference Eugene Ambrose......A-Sun All-Freshman Team Sebastian Singletary A-Sun Player of the Week Santos Hampton ...... A-Sun Player of the Week

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Assistant Coaches Assistant Coach

Personal Born: August 3, 1956 Wife: Sylvia Son: Jacoby

Wylie TUCKER

Education B.S., University of Montevallo, 1978 M.S., University of Montevallo, 1982

Montevallo, 1978 14th Season

Playing Experience Montevallo, 1974-78 All-American (1978) Hall of Fame (1990) Coaching Experience 1997-present Assistant Coach Stetson University

Wylie Tucker enters his 14th season as an assistant coach with the Stetson men’s basketball program. Coach “T” handles many administrative duties such as team travel, academic planning and campus administration in addition to helping with recruiting and working with the guards. His experience, wisdom and even-hand have helped the Hatters team and coaching staff in numerous ways. He also spearheads the Hatters alternative defenses to man-toman. Tucker has served as acting head coach twice during his tenure. He helped guide the Hatters to a 71-50 victory over Campbell on Jan. 31, 2005. He was also the acting coach in a 90-78 loss at Jacksonville State on Feb. 7, 2002. Tucker joined the Hatter program from Talladega College in Alabama where he served as the head basketball coach and athletic director for 13 years. During that time he amassed a coaching record of 202 wins and 128 losses. In the 1995-96 season, Tucker guided Talladega to its first NAIA National Tournament appearance and its first Southern States Conference championship. He was also named SSC Coach of the Year. In addition to his responsibilities as athletic director, Tucker worked in other administrative areas as well. From 1984-92 he served as the Director of Career Planning and Placement. From 1991-97 he was the Dean of Students. Tucker also worked as Student Wylie Tucker was an All-American Support Program Counselor basketball player at the University and as Veterans Administration of Montevallo. Coordinator. Tucker earned both his bachelor’s (1978) and master’s (1982) degrees from the University of Montevallo in Alabama, where he was an NAIA All-American in 1978. He is currently a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). His family includes wife, Sylvia, and son, Jacoby, age fourteen.

1984-1997 Head Coach / AD Talladega College 202-128 (.612) Q&A with Coach Tucker Favorite Vacation Spot- Birmingham, Alabama Favorite Type of Music- Smooth Jazz Favorite Band- Frankie Beverley and Maze Last Concert you attended- Boney James Favorite Food-Seafood Favorite City to visit-New Orleans Favorite Book- A Purpose Driven Life Favorite Author-Rick Warren Last Book Read- A Purpose Driven Life Favorite Website- espn.com Favorite Movie- In the heat of the night Favorite Sports Movie-Glory Road Favorite Actor-Morgan Freeman Favorite Pro Athlete-Mohammed Ali Greatest Competitor-Mohammed Ali Favorite Quote-”To whom much is given, much is required” What you would be if not a bb coach-College Administrator

“The team has great respect for Wylie. They know he cares for their welfare as much as anyone on earth, besides their parents. He is an invaluable asset to the program.” - Head Coach Derek Waugh

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Assistant Coaches Assistant Coach

Personal Born: Sept. 18, 1977 Wife: Deborah Daughters: Jordan, Ivanna, Hannah

Sebastian SINGLETARY

Education B.A., Stetson, 2001 Coaching Experience Stetson (2003 - Present) Assistant Coach

Stetson, 2001 8th Season

Playing Experience CFCC, 1997-98 All-State Stetson, 1998-01 3-time all-conference Calpe Aguas (Spain), 2001 Univ. de Conception (Chile), 2002 Herens Basket (Switzerland), 2003

Former Stetson University basketball star Sebastian Singletary begins his 8th season as an assistant coach with the Hatters. Singletary heads up the Hatters post play which is traditionally one of the best units in the Atlantic Sun Conference. He is responsible for player development, strength and conditioning, opponent scouting, camps, recruiting, and other administrative tasks. After graduating from Stetson in 2001, Singletary played three seasons of professional basketball internationally. In 2001, Singletary averaged 17 points and 11 rebounds per game with Calpe Aguas in Spain. He was named Player of the Week three times and Player of the Month once. In 2002, he played for the Universidad de Conception in Chile, and in 2003, he played for Herens Basket in Switzerland. A three-year starter for the Hatters, Singletary averaged 14.2 points and 9.0 rebounds during his career. As a junior he led the conference and ranked 21st nationally with an average of 9.3 rebounds per game. He also scored at a 15.3 ppg clip and was selected first-team allconference. As a senior Singetary helped lead the Hatters (17-12) to the semifinals of the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament for the first time in seven years. Along with teammate Santos Hampton, Singletary led the league and ranked 28th in the nation with a 9.2 rebounding average. He was again named first-team all-conference. Singletary was also an All-State performer in his one season at Central Florida Community College. He averaged 16.2 points and 10.3 rebounds per game and helped lead the Patriots to a 19-11 record. A native of Jacksonville, Fla., Singletary was a four-time team MVP at Andrew Jackson High School. Singletary and his wife, Deborah, have a daughter Jordan, age 7, and stepdaughters Ivanna, age 17, and Hannah, age 14.

Q&A with Coach Singletary Favorite type of music- R&B; Classical Favorite Food- Italian Favorite Author- Maya Angelou Last Book Read- Phil Jackson - Mind Games Favorite Movie- Remember The Titans Favorite Sport Movie- Remember The Titans Favorite Actor- Denzel Washington Pet Peeve- Sloppiness Regrets- None Greatest Competitor- Michael Jordan Earliest basketball Memory- Dunking a basketball in 7th grade Favorite quote- “To be the best you have to beat the best” Favorite part of coaching- Watching the players develop and their knowledge for basketball expand.

“Bass is the member of our staff that I go to when I want the pulse of the team. He is a leader who is respected by the players for the tremendous things he did here as a player, as well as his ability to communicate with them.” - Head Coach Derek Waugh

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2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Assistant Coaches Assistant Coach

Personal Born: Oct. 18, 1983

Chris Capko

Education B.A., USF, 2006 M.S., Marshall, 2009

South Florida, 2001 2nd Season

Coaching Experience Stetson (2009-present) Assistant Coach Marshall (2007 - 2009) Grad. Assistant Coach Playing Experience Florida, 2003-2004 USF, 2004-2007 Academic All-Big East

Chris Capko is entering his second season as an assistant coach with the Hatters. His primary duties include recruiting, advance scouting, running team drills, individual workouts with the players, and shooting coach. Capko comes to Stetson from Marshall University where he was a graduate assistant under Head Coach Donnie Jones. At Marshall he was responsible for assisting in the day-to-day operations of the program, monitoring the academic progress of the players, weight training and conditioning, film exchange, and assisting with the recruiting process. As a player Capko spent his first semester in the basketball program at the University of Florida under Billy Donovan. Later he transferred to USF in Tampa where he played for three years. As a junior he was fifth in the Big East in assists and as a senior he was the Bulls’ team captain. Capko earned Academic All-Big East honors as a junior and senior at USF. He was also the Bulls’ nominee for Big East Basketball Student Athlete of the Year in 2007. Capko earned a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications at USF in December 2006 and a Master’s in Adult and Technical Education from Marshall in 2009. “Chris works hard, played at a high level and has played for and worked with some great coaches”, said Stetson Head Coach Derek Waugh. “He is very bright and is very well thought of in the state of Florida. He has fit in great with our program and we are very excited to have him.”

- Head Coach Derek Waugh Q&A with Coach Capko Favorite Vacation Spot-San Francisco Favorite Hobby-Watching NBA Favorite Type of Music-Rap Favorite Food-Seafood Favorite Restaurant-Grand China Buffet Favorite City to visit-San Francisco, CA Favorite Book-Money Ball (Michael Lewis) Favorite Author-Michael Lewis Last Book Read-Blind Side Favorite Website-www.ESPN.com Favorite Movie-Dumb and Dumber Favorite Sports Movie-He Got Game Favorite Actor-Will Smith Favorite Pro Athlete-Barry Bonds Greatest Competitor-Kobe Bryant Favorite part of coaching- Helping young adults every day.

Capko was a team captain for the USF Bulls.

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Support Staff / Table Staff Ernie Peterson - Game Clock

Gabe McMillen Director of Basketball Operations Former Hatter standout Gabe McMillen enters his first season as the Director of Basketball Operations with the Stetson men’s basketball program. His primary duty is assisting the coaching staff in the day-to-day administrative operations of the program. In addition, his assignments include aiding the coaching staff in practice sessions, travel assistance, coordinating film exchange with opponents, and video preparation. Prior to joining the Hatters coaching staff McMillen played professionally in Spain in 2008 for ADT Tarragona in the LEB league. In 2009 he returned home and was an assistant coach at Indian Rocks Christian High School. As a student he graduated from Indian Rocks in 2003 after leading his team to its first-ever state final four berth. At the time of his graduation he was in the top-five all-time in Florida high school scoring. McMillen played at Stetson under Coach Waugh from 2003-2007. A team captain his final two seasons, he led the team in steals with 99 and was second in scoring at 10.8 points per game. McMillen earned the Melching Leadership award his senior season and graduated with a degree in Business Administration with a minor in Management. “Gabe was one of my favorite players that ever played here. He has a great mind, a great work ethic and is a class individual. We are very excited to have him on our staff”, said Coach Waugh.

Ernie Peterson begins his tenth season as the game clock operator for the men’s and women’s basketball teams. A 1973 Anderson University (Ind.) graduate, Peterson has worked 34 years for the Volusia County Property Appraiser’s office. He has volunteered for the 2001 NCAA Women’s Golf Championship, the 2002 and 2006 Winter Olympic Games, the 2004 NCAA Basketball Tournament and the 2005 Super Bowl. Ernie and his wife Jeanne have four children - Sean, Ashley, Dale and Scott.

Jim Snyder - Shot Clock Jim Snyder is the primary shot clock operator for Stetson men’s basketball and has worked in all capacities on the table staff for over 20 years. Snyder has volunteered at the four Stetson-hosted NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournaments at the TD Waterhouse Centre in Orlando. He also serves as the Stetson Athletics’ Concessions Manager. Jim and his wife Carol have six children: Jeff, Mike, Doug, Michelle, Tom, and Beth.

Tommy Smith - Public Address Tommy Smith begins his first season on the microphone for men’s basketball. He has been the announcer for women’s basketball, baseball, softball and volleyball at Stetson for two years. A native of DeLand, Tommy has been a public address announcer for several sports over many years.

Tony Tussing - Official Scorer For over 40 years, Tony Tussing has been the official scorer for Stetson’s men’s and women’s basketball teams. A 1966 Stetson graduate, Tussing has taught in the Volusia County school system for 33 years. He has coached football, swimming, and track and field. He continues to travel throughout the southeast working high school and college track meets as a starter. He also enjoys participating in sail boat race competitions. Tony and his wife Monica have two sons, Leith and Ethan.

Robert Tinter Head Manager Third Year

Don Tutt - Scoreboard

Raj Prabakhar

Adam Jones

Team Manager First Year

Team Manager First Year

Don Tutt begins his 36th season on the Stetson table staff as the primary scoreboard operator. Tutt served in the US Navy for four years (1967-71) before earning his degree from Stetson University in 1972. For the past 35 years he has worked in the Volusia County school system, where he currently teaches and works as a media specialist. Don and his wife Trish have two children, Stacey and David.

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2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Player Profiles

Graeme Radford

13

6-10 - 240 - Senior - Center Victoria, Australia St. Paul’s Anglican

CAREER HIGHS FG FGA 3-PT 3-PTA FT FTA REB ASST TO BLK STL PTS

Stetson University

12

3 5 0 0 2 5 9 1 2 4 1 8

(3 times) CSU N/A N/A Webber Int’l PBA CSU (5 times) (2 times) Florida (5 times) Webber Int’l

11/21/09 12/17/08 11/25/09 11/21/09 11/15/09 12/17/08

2009-10 (Junior) Played in 28 games with 16 starts for the Hatters as a junior... Led the team and finished 11th in the A-Sun in blocked shots with 24 (0.86 per game)... Finished fourth on the team in rebounds with 73 and fifth in rebound average at 2,6 per game... Scored season-high seven points at Belmont (1/4/10)... Pulled down a career-high nine rebounds and played a career-high 26 minutes at Charleston Southern (11/21/09)... Blocked seven shots in the first two games of the season including a career-high four at the University of Florida (11/15/09)... Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors. 2008-09 (Sophomore) Played in 27 of 30 games for the Hatters as a sophomore... Finished first on the team in field goal percentage at .538 (14-26)... Had career highs in points (8), rebounds (6), field goals (3) and free throws (2) in Stetson’s win over Webber International (12/17/08)... Was 2-for-3 from the field and scored four points at UNF (2/21/09) and again at Campbell (2/27/09)... A hard worker who has the potential to become one of the league’s top defenders... Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors.

2007-08 (Freshman) Appeared in 17 games as a freshman... Stetson was 13-4 in games he played... Picked up season-highs in points (2) and rebounds (3) in season-opener versus Palm Beach Atlantic... Season-high two blocks on the road against #22 University of Miami... Pulled down a pair of rebounds against Kennesaw State (1/17/08) and again vs. Mercer (1/19/08)... Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors. High School Graduated from St. Paul’s Anglican Grammar School in Victoria, Australia... Played basketball under Head Coach Peter Bruce... Regional Champions in 2003, ‘04 and ‘05... Also played club ball for the Kilsyth Cobras under Head Coach Rod Popp... Won the Under 20’s State Championship... 2005 U/18 State Classic MVP. Personal Born in Moe, Australia... Son of Phil and Carolyn Graeme of Darnum, Victoria, Australia... Majoring in Business Administration at Stetson... Enjoys camping and fishing with his father... One of the reasons he chose Stetson was the excellent weather.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 2007-08 17-0 60-3.5 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 2008-09 27-0 184-6.8 14-26 .538 0-0 .000 2009-10 28-16 349-12.5 16-45 .356 0-0 .000 Totals

72-16

593-8.2

31-77

.403

0-0

.000

FT-FTA 1-7 3-14 5-25

Pct .143 .214 .200

9-46

.196

13

Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO 4-5 9-0.5 8-0 21-24 45-1.7 26-0 25-48 73-2.6 50-0 50-77

127-1.8

84-0

Ast TO Blk 0 5 4 2 6 5 3 13 24 5

24

33

Stl Pts Avg 0 3 0.2 3 31 1.1 2 37 1.3 5

71

1.0

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Player ProďŹ les

Ridge Graham

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6-5 - 208 - Sophomore - Forward Stuart, Florida Martin County H.S.

CAREER HIGHS FG FGA 3-PT 3-PTA FT FTA REB ASST TO BLK STL PTS

Stetson University

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14 18 1 3 5 11 14 4 8 3 5 30

Savannah State Savannah State (3 times) Savannah St. (2 times) FGCU UNF UNF UNF Campbell Belmont Savannah State

2/15/10 2/15/10 12/21/09 1/27/10 1/10/10 2/11/10 1/10/10 2/4/10 2/18/10 2/15/10

2009-10 (Freshman) Stepped up as one of the top players in the Atlantic Sun Conference as a redshirt freshman... Fifth Hatter all-time and first since EJ Gordon in 2003 to be voted to the ASun All-Freshman Team... Played in all 29 games with 27 starts... Led the team and was 12th in the league in rebounding at 6.0 per game... Was 10th in league in defensive rebounds with 3.93 per game... Second on the team and 18th in the conference in scoring at 12.0 points per game... Finished 12th in the A-Sun in field goal % at .469... Was 12th in the A-Sun in steals with 1.34 per game... Finished 23rd in conference in minutes played at 27.72 per game... Scored a double-double in his first career game with 14 points and 10 rebounds against Averett (11/13/09)... Tallied second double-double with 15 points and careerhigh14 rebounds vs. UNF (1/10/10)... Scored his careerhigh of 30 points against Savannah State (2/15/10)... Blocked career-high three shots vs. Campbell (2/4/10).

2008-09 (Redshirt) Sat out the 2008-09 season as a redshirt. High School Graduated from Martin County High School in Stuart, Florida... Played four years of varsity basketball... Twice led the Treasure Coast in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots... He was also named Treasure Coast MVP and Player of the Year... He led the Tigers to a 25-2 record, a District Championship and a runner-up finish in the Regional Tournament his senior year... Named Second Team All-State in Division 5A and was nominated for McDonald’s All-American. Personal Born in Stuart, Florida... Son of Diane and Rick Graham of Stuart... Has three brothers Prince (24), Rick (21), and Trey (12)... Chose Stetson because he liked the coaches and it is a great team... Played for the Tampa Fastbreak Club Team while in high school... Majoring in Sports Management.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10

GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 29-27 804-27.7 146-311 .469 3-18 .167

FT-FTA Pct 52-113 .460

15

Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO 61-114 175-6.0 104-5

Ast TO Blk 24 81 14

Stl Pts Avg 39 347 12.0

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Player ProďŹ les

Tyshawn Patterson

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6-0 - 175 - Sophomore - Guard Orlando, Florida Orlando Christian Prep

CAREER HIGHS FG FGA 3-PT 3-PTA FT FTA REB ASST TO BLK STL PTS

Stetson University

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7 17 3 10 8 10 5 4 5 1 2 20

PBA Lipscomb (4 times) Lipscomb Averett Averett Lipscomb Lipscomb FSU (5 times) (8 times) PBA

11/25/09 2/20/10 2/20/10 11/13/09 11/13/09 2/20/10 2/20/10 11/18/09 11/25/09

2009-10 (Freshman) Played in all 29 games with 14 starts as a freshman... Finished 3rd on the team in scoring with 8.4 points per game... Was 4th on team in free throw percentage at .705 (55-for78)... Finished 5th in field goal percentage at .380 (81-for213)... 3rd in free throw attempts with 78 (2.7 per game)... Was 4th on team in assists (40) and steals (26)... Shot 7-for-10 from the field and scored season-high of 20 points in first career start against Palm Beach Atlantic (11/25/09)... Hit double-figures in scoring ten times including five of the first six games of the season... Scored 19 points and was a perfect 6-for-6 from the line at the University of Florida (11/15/09)... Scored 18 points and had season-highs of five rebounds, four assists and 34 minutes played versus Lipscomb (2/20/10)... Was perfect from the free throw line eight times. High School Graduated from Orlando Christian Prep in Orlando, Florida... Played basketball for Coach Reggie Kohn... In 200708 his team finished 27-2 and won the 1A State Championship... Shot 57% from the field... Averaged 18 points, four steals, five assists and four rebounds... Named to the 1A All-State Tournament Team... Second Team All-State. Personal Born in Hartford, Connecticut... Son of Paulette Davis... Majoring in Elementary Education at Stetson.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10

GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 29-14 586-20.2 81-213 .380 26-94 .277

FT-FTA Pct 55-78 .705

17

Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO 8-38 46-1.6 46-0

Ast TO Blk 40 56 5

Stl Pts Avg 26 243 8.4

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Player ProďŹ les

Joel Naburgs

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6-3 - 200 - Sophomore - Guard Victoria, Australia Box Hill Senior College

CAREER HIGHS FG FGA 3-PT 3-PTA FT FTA REB ASST TO BLK STL PTS

Stetson University

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6 10 3 7 6 6 6 5 5 1 2 15

Belmont Kennesaw State (5 times) (2 times) UNF UNF (3 times) (2 times) Campbell (2 times) KSU Belmont

2/18/10 2/1/10 2/11/10 2/11/10 2/4/10 1/24/10 2/18/10

2009-10 (Freshman) One of the top recruited freshmen in the Atlantic Sun Conference... Played in 28 games with six starts... Scored 11 points, pulled down two rebounds and added two assists in his first career start at Belmont (1/4/10)... Finished 6th on team in scoring at 5.4 points per game... Led the team and was 14th in A-Sun for 3-point field goal percentage at .352 (32-for-91)... Was 6th on team in field goal percentage at .365 (46-for-126)... Was 4th on team in 3-point field goals made with 32... Third on team in free throw percentage at .722 (26-of-36)... Tied for 4th on team in rebounds with 73... Was 3rd on team in assists with 1.7 per game... Scored in double-figures eight times including seven of last eight games... Hit 6-of-7 from the floor and scored careerhigh 15 points vs. Belmont (2/18/10)... Had career-high six rebounds three times... Handed out career-high five assists twice.

High School Graduated from Box Hill Senior College in Melbourne, Australia... Played school basketball for head coach Kevin Goorjian... Led team to Eastern Zone championship in 2008... Averaged 23.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.6 assists and shot 48% from the field... Scored 46 points and 47 points in back-to-back games... Also played for the Kilsyth rep. team that finished third in 2008... Was a 2007 State U18 selection and National Champion... In 2008 was the league MVP, top scorer and member of All-Star Team... 2008 Kilsyth Rep Team MVP... In 2004 and 2005 participated in track and field and was state champion in high jump... member of the U16 and U17 volleyball team. Personal Born in Melbourne, Australia... Son of Uldi and Chris Naburgs of Ringwood, Victoria, Australia... Majoring in General Studies at Stetson.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10

GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 28-6 561-20.0 46-126 .365 32-91 .352

FT-FTA Pct 26-36 .722

19

Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO 9-64 73-2.6 45-1

Ast TO Blk 48 32 2

Stl Pts Avg 8 150 5.4

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Player ProďŹ les

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Liam McInerney 6-8 - 235 - Sophomore - Forward/Center Victoria, Australia Ballarat & Clarendon College

CAREER HIGHS FG FGA 3-PT 3-PTA FT FTA REB ASST TO BLK STL PTS

Stetson University

20

4 7 0 1 4 6 9 2 2 2 2 9

(2 times) Jacksonville (2 times) JU FGCU Lipscomb (2 times) Campbell (2 times) ETSU UNF

2/13/10 1/8/10 12/29/09 2/20/10 2/4/10 2/6/10 2/11/10

2009-10 (Freshman) Played in 28 games with nine starts... Started six of the last eight games... Led the team in field goal percentage at .493... Was 7th on team in scoring at 3.1 points per game... Second on the team in rebounding at 3.4 per game... Fourth on the team in blocked shots with nine... First career start came against UNF (1/10/10)... Played career-high 29 minutes, was 4-for-5 from the field and scored career-high nine points at UNF (2/11/10)... Career-high nine rebounds against Lipscomb (2/20/10)... Pulled down seven rebounds four times... Picked up a pair of blocked shots twice... Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors. High School Graduated from Ballarat & Clarendon College in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia... Played basketball for Coach Ebony Turner... Went undefeated and won City Championship as a senior... Played in Victoria’s Big V Youth League on the Ballarat Nuggets for Coach Eric Lowe... In 2008 he started every game, averaged 19.5 points, 17.0 rebounds, and shot 47% from the field... Team MVP, League’s leading rebounder, and All-Star team selection in 2008... Named All-Australia in 2005, 2006, and 2007... Won National Championship with Victoria at Australian U16 Nationals in 2005... Represented Australia at the 2006 Oceania Youth Championships in New Zealand... Member of the Victoria State Team in 2005, 2006 and 2007... Member of the Australian Emus 2009 U19 National Squad. Personal Born in Melbourne, Australia... Son of John and Josie McInerney of Port Campbell, Victoria, Australia... Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10

GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 28-9 434-15.5 37-75 .493 0-2 .000

FT-FTA Pct 14-26 .538

21

Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO 40-56 96-3.4 45-0

Ast TO Blk 12 13 9

Stl Pts Avg 8 88 3.1

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Player ProďŹ les

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J.R. Weston 6-4 - 205 - Sophomore - Guard/Forward Morral, Ohio Ridgedale H.S.

CAREER HIGHS FG FGA 3-PT 3-PTA FT FTA REB ASST TO BLK STL PTS

Stetson University

22

3 6 2 3 3 5 4 2 2 1 1 9

(2 times) (3 times) ETSU Mercer Campbell PBA PBA (2 times) Lipscomb Campbell (4 times) ETSU

2/6/10 1/30/10 1/16/10 11/25/09 11/25/09 2/20/10 2/4/10 2/6/10

2009-10 (Freshman) Played in 22 games with one start as a freshman... First career start came at Louisville (12/2/09)... Finished 8th on the team in points scored with 50... Was 9th in scoring average at 2.3 points per game... Finished 6th on team in 3-point field goal % at .242 (8-for-33)... Was 3-for-5 from the field and 2-for-2 from the line and scored a career-high nine points against ETSU (2/6/10)... Pulled down a careerhigh four rebounds vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (11/25/09)... Picked up career-high 22 minutes played at Kennesaw State (2/1/10)... Shot 3-for-4 from the field and scored seven points against Lipscomb (2/20/10)... Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors. 2008-09 (Redshirt) Sat out the 2008-09 season as a redshirt... Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors.

High School Graduated from Ridgedale High School in Morral, Ohio... As a freshman he was Second Team All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-District.... His sophomore season he was First Team All-Conference, First Team All-District, and Special mention All-Ohio... As a junior he was named First Team All-Conference, First Team All-District, and Third Team All-Ohio... His senior year he was named First Team All-Ohio... In addition to basketball Weston was a regional and state qualifier in track and field... He set school records in the 800 meter run, 4x200 meter relay and the 4x400 meter relay... An Academic All-Ohio student-athlete, Weston maintained a 4.0 grade point average . Personal Weston is the son of former Hatter Randy Weston (198081), the nephew of Hatter Hall of Fame member Brad Weston (1978-82) and the cousin of Gabe McMillen (200306)... Majoring in Finance at Stetson.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10

GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 22-1 200-9.1 17-51 .333 8-33 .242

FT-FTA Pct 8-13 .615

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Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO 11-14 25-1.1 27-0

Ast TO Blk 10 11 1

Stl Pts Avg 4 50 2.3

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Player ProďŹ les

Jermol Paul

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6-5 - 225 - Junior - Forward West Palm Beach, Florida Stony Brook/Dwyer H.S.

2009-10 Sat out the 2009-10 season after transferring from Stony Brook. College (Freshman) Played his freshman season at Stony Brook... Played 25 total minutes in four games for the Seawolves scoring two points and pulling down three rebounds... Transferred to Stetson to play closer to home. High School Graduated from Dwyer High School in West Palm Beach, Florida... Earned four varsity letters as a member of the Panthers basketball team under Coach Ross... Averaged 18 points and seven rebounds as a senior... Averaged 13 points and five rebounds as a junior... Helped team win state title as a freshman and sophomore... Personal Born in Newark, New Jersey... Son of Marsley and Dale Paul of West Palm Beach, Florida... Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

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Player ProďŹ les

Aaron Graham

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6-4 - 185 - R-Freshman - Guard Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Westminster Academy

2009-10 (Redshirt) Sat out the 2009-10 season as a redshirt. High School Graduated from Westminster Academy in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida... Played basketball under Coach Ehrin Walhoff... His senior season the team finished in first place in district... Averaged 20 points, five assists and six rebounds per game... Named First Team All-SACC Conference and Second Team All-County... Played in the Broward vs. Miami All-Star game. Personal Born in Queens, New York... Son of Sandra Polson of Miramar, Florida... Majoring in Finance at Stetson.

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Steve Forbes

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6-8 - 280 - Freshman - Center Clermont, Florida East Ridge H.S.

High School Graduated from East Ridge High School in Clermont, Florida... Earned four varsity letters in basketball... Averaged 16 points, 10 rebounds and three assists for the Knights... Was named Team MVP junior and senior years... Also played AAU ball for Each 1 Teach 1. Personal Born in Miami, Florida... Son of Steven and Leslyn Forbes of Clermont, Florida... Chose Stetson because of the great coaching staff... Undecided on a major at Stetson.

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Player Profiles

Luis Jacobo

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6-5 - 200 - Freshman - Forward Sanford, Florida Winter Springs H.S.

High School Graduated from Winter Springs High School in Winter Springs, Florida… Earned four varsity letters in basketball… Led team to three consecutive conference championships, two regional titles and the school’s first-ever FSHAA State appearance… Went to Final Four sophomore season… Won four All-Tournament awards… Led the team in scoring, rebounding, and blocked shots. Personal Born in New York, NY… Son of Connie and Luis Jacobo of Sanford, Florida… Also recruited by Kennesaw State, Tennessee-Martin, Old Dominion, and Elon… Chose Stetson because it is close to home, has great academics, and “I want to help put Stetson in position to win a conference championship… Currently majoring in General Studies at Stetson.

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Player Profiles

Corey Walden

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6-2 - 195 - Freshman - Guard Ormond Beach, Florida Seabreeze H.S.

High School Graduated from Seabreeze High School in Daytona Beach, Florida... Earned four varsity letters in basketball… Back-to-back Volusia County Player of the Year as a junior and senior… All-time leading scorer at Seabreeze with 1,647 points… Also the all-time leader in steals… Hit an area-high 57 3pointers and averaged 28.4 points and four steals per game as a senior… Scored 38 points against Melbourne HS in 2008-09 Regional Finals. Personal Born in Ormond Beach, Florida… Son of Lawana and Clayton Walden of Ormond Beach… Was also recruited by College of Charleston, Jacksonville, Boston University and Youngstown State… Chose Stetson because it is close to home and has a “great coaching staff”… Currently majoring in General Studies at Stetson.

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Adam Pegg

Chris Perez

6-9 - 255 - Junior - F/C Clearwater, Florida Delaware/Clearwater H.S.

6-4 - 205 - Sophomore - G Clearwater, Florida Liberty/Oldsmar Christian

College: Played two seasons for the University of Delaware... As a freshman for the Blue Hens he played in all 32 games and averaged 1.6 points and 1.6 rebounds per game... As a sophomore he played in 30 games with 14 starts... Averaged 5.0 points and 2.6 rebounds in just over 18 minutes per game... Twice earned Academic All-Colonial Athletic Conference honors. High School: Graduated from Clearwater High School in Clearwater, Florida... Also attended Palm Harbor University High School in Palm Harbor, Florida... Earned four varsity letters in basketball... 2007 First Team All-PCAC North selection as a junior at Palm Harbor High School... Averaged 17 points and 13 rebounds per game in 2006-07... Transferred to Clearwater High School for senior season... Honorable Mention All-Suncoast and Fourth Team All-Central Florida selection in 2007-08... Led Clearwater to a 22-5 record and a berth in the Florida 5A State Tournament. Personal: Born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania... Son of William and Alena Pegg of Clearwater, Florida... Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson.

College: Played one season at Liberty University... Played in all 31 games with three starts for the Flames as a freshman... Averaged 5.5 points and 1.6 rebounds in 15.2 minutes per game... Shot .516 (66-for-128) from the field and .614 (27-for44) from the free throw line... Finished fourth on team in assists with 22. High School: Graduated from Oldsmar Christian in Oldsmar, Florida... Earned four varsity letters with the basketball team... All-time leading scorer in Pinellas County... Helped the Eagles to a 24-8 record as a senior with eight games against nationally-ranked high school programs… led team to a victory over nationally-ranked Top 20 Montverde Academy, the first win by a Pinellas County team over a national Top 20 squad in 18 years… Led the county in scoring for three-straight seasons, including averaging 29.0 points per game during his sophomore and junior seasons… Led team as a senior with 24.0 points per game, while pulling down 6.0 rebounds and dishing out 5.0 assists per contest… Helped the Eagles to various high school team rankings during the season, including No. 1 for all classes in Tampa by the St. Petersburg Times, No. 1 in Florida for independents by Florida Hoops and a Top 20 ranking for all classes by Florida Hoops… As a sophomore he led all scorers on his team, including three upperclassmen who went on to earn Division I scholarships. Personal: Born in Santiago, Dominican Republic... Son of Cristogal Perez and Luisa del Cormen Jimenez of Bronx, New York... Majoring in International Business at Stetson.

1 Diego Morales

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5-10 - 165 - Sophomore - G Orlando, Florida Freedom H.S.

Spence Purnell

High School: Graduated from Freedom High School in Orlando, Florida... Earned three varsity letters in football and basketball... Led Freedom to a 16-13 record... Averaged eight points, four rebounds and five assists per game as a senior... Played in the Central Florida All-Star game with current teammate Tyshawn Patterson... An Honor Roll student at Freedom. Personal: Born in Madrid, Spain... Son of Maria and Pablo Morales of Orlando, Florida... Chose Stetson because it is close to home, he could get a good education, and the chance to play Division I basketball... Majoring in Sport Management at Stetson.

6-2 - 190 - Sophomore - G Bradenton, Florida Bradenton Christian High School: Graduated from Bradenton Christian High School in Bradenton, Florida… Earned four varsity letters in basketball… All-Area and All-County as a junior and senior… Bay Area All-Conference, Team MVP and scoring leader senior season… All-State Player of the Week… Averaged 14 points, eight rebounds and four assists as a senior… Led team to 24-9 record as sophomore, 26-5 as a junior, and 26-4 with a Final Four appearance as a senior… High Honor Roll student at BCHS. Personal: Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania… Son of Kjell and Chris Purnell of Bradenton, Florida… Majoring in General Business at Stetson.

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2010-11 Men’s Basketball

2009-10 Season in Review 2009-10 Atlantic Sun Conference Final Standings Team Campbell Belmont Jacksonville Lipscomb ETSU Mercer UNF Kennesaw State USC Upstate FGCU Stetson

A-Sun W-L Pct. PF 14-6 .700 66.1 14-6 .700 72.8 14-6 .700 72.0 14-6 .700 79.6 13-7 .650 70.3 10-10 .500 75.9 8-12 .400 59.0 7-13 .350 64.0 6-14 .300 63.3 5-15 .250 64.4 5-15 .250 61.5

PA 60.8 66.9 65.3 72.6 64.2 74.3 64.5 70.0 67.2 70.9 72.2

W-L 19-11 19-12 20-13 17-13 20-15 16-17 13-18 13-20 6-23 8-21 7-22

Overall Pct. PF .633 68.6 .613 73.1 .606 69.8 .567 79.1 .571 69.3 .485 76.2 .419 59.0 .394 66.1 .207 60.0 .276 64.7 .241 60.1

PA 63.3 68.5 67.5 75.2 67.5 75.1 65.1 70.1 67.8 71.8 72.3

Hatters Go Out as Winners on Senior Night DeLand, Fla. - Senior guard A.J. Smith (Cocoa, Fla.) had 19 points and five assists in his final game, leading four Hatters in double figures as the Stetson men’s basketball team (7-22, 5-15 Atlantic Sun) knocked off USC Upstate (6-23, 6-14 A-Sun) 65-60 at the Edmunds Center on Saturday’s Senior Night. Junior forward Olivier Dupiton (Montreal, Quebec), who will be graduating this summer, set career highs with nine rebounds and four steals. Stetson led nearly from start to finish and never trailed, using a 10-0 run from the 8:53 mark to the 3:31 mark of the second half to break the game’s only tie. The Hatters held off the Spartans from there until the final buzzer sounded, never letting USC Upstate closer than five points. Smith hit three three-pointers in the ballgame to finish with 167 for his career, just three shy of the program record set by Hatter great Kerry Blackshear ‘96. Fellow senior guard Brandon Williams (Miami, Fla.) hit four trifectas and finished with 14 points, five rebounds and four assists while freshman guard Joel Naburgs (Victoria, Australia) scored 12 points on 3-4 three-point shooting. Senior guard Mark Lohuis (Vero Beach, Fla.) was the final Hatter in double figures with 10 points. Dupiton recorded eight of his rebounds and two of his four steals in the second half to key Stetson down the stretch to victory. Ryan LeGates sank four three-pointers en route to a team-high 18 points for USC Upstate. Nick Schneiders added 14 points, seven rebounds and two blocks. The Hatters bring in another excellent recruiting class this summer to complement standout freshmen from the 2009-10 team such as Naburgs, Ridge Graham (Stuart, Fla.), Liam McInerney (Victoria, Australia), Tyshawn Patterson (Orlando, Fla.) and J.R. Weston (Morral, Ohio). As a class, Stetson’s rookies were second in the nation in scoring only to Kentucky’s. “I was really happy that the seniors were able to go out with a win and that we were able to end the season on a positive note,” Head Coach Derek Waugh said. “With the guys we have coming in and coming back, if they keep their heads on straight and work hard - I think we’ll be loaded for the future and I look forward to having my best run at Stetson.”

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2009-10 Award Winners Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team Ridge Graham Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference Graeme Radford Liam McInerney JR Weston Brandon Williams

Stetson Rank Among NCAA Team Leaders (out of 334 teams) Category No. Rank 3-Pt FG per Game ....... 6.9 ...........91st Steals per Game ......... 6.4 ........ 197th Turnover Margin ......... -0.6 ........ 215th Turnovers per Game . 14.6 ........ 240th

Stetson Rank Among A-Sun Team Leaders Category No. Rank Scoring Offense ......... 60.1 ............ 9th Scoring Defense ........ 72.3 ............ 9th Scoring Margin ......... -12.2 ...........11th FT Pct. ....................... .611 ...........11th FG Pct. ...................... .388 ...........11th FG% Defense ............ .477 ...........11th 3-Pt FG%................... .309 ............ 9th 3-Pt FG% Defense. ... .364 .......... 10th Rebounding Offense . 31.0 ...........11th Rebounding Defense. 37.8 ...........11th Blocks ........................ 2.55 ............ 9th Turnover Margin ...... +0.55 ............ 5th Steals ........................ 6.41 ............ 9th

Hatters Rank Among A-Sun Statistical Leaders Scoring No. Rank A.J. Smith .................. 14.9 ............ 9th Ridge Graham ........... 12.0 .......... 18th Rebounding No. Rank Ridge Graham ............. 6.0 .......... 12th FG % No. Rank Ridge Graham ........... 4.69 .......... 12th Assists No. Rank Brandon Williams ...... 2.69 .......... 12th FT Pct. No. Rank A.J. Smith .................. .743 ............ 7th Steals No. Rank Ridge Graham ........... 1.34 .......... 12th 3-Pt FG Pct. No. Rank Joel Naburgs ............. .352 .......... 14th 3-Pt Field Goals No. Rank A.J. Smith ................. .1.82 .......... 10th Blocked Shots No. Rank Graeme Radford........ 0.86 ...........11th Def. Rebounds No. Rank Ridge Graham .......... .3.93 .......... 10th Minutes Played No. Rank A.J. Smith ................ 32.11 ............ 9th Ridge Graham ......... 27.72 .......... 23rd

2009-10 Statistics Overall Record: 7-22 (All Games) Home: 5-9 Away: 2-13 Neutral: 0-0 No. Player GP-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA 02 SMITH, A.J. 28-27 899-32.1 129-335 05 GRAHAM, Ridge 29-27 804-27.7 146-311 22 PATTERSON, Ty 29-14 586-20.2 81-213 15 LOHUIS, Mark 29-22 720-24.8 60-175 03 WILLIAMS, Brandon 29-17 739-25.5 55-170 12 NABURGS, Joel 28-6 561-20.0 46-126 04 OLIVER, Sheldon 5-1 65-13.0 7-16 24 McINERNEY, Liam 28-9 434-15.5 37-75 33 WESTON, J.R. 22-1 200-9.1 17-51 11 DUPITON, Olivier 24-2 289-12.0 14-39 13 RADFORD, Graeme 28-16 349-12.5 16-45 31 BASSAN, Phil 2-0 3-1.5 0-1 10 BOWEN, Shawn 16-3 151-9.4 6-24 Team Stetson 29 5800 614-1581 Opponents 29 5800 732-1533 Score By Periods: 1st Stetson 763 Opponents 977

2nd 981 1120

OT1 0 0

PCT 3FG-3A PCT .385 51-148 .345 .469 3-18 .167 .380 26-94 .277 .343 40-125 .320 .324 37-120 .308 .365 32-91 .352 .438 0-0 .000 .493 0-2 .000 .333 8-33 .242 .359 0-0 .000 .356 0-0 .000 .000 0-1 .000 .250 3-16 .188

FT-FTA 107-144 52-113 55-78 14-15 17-29 26-36 4-7 14-26 8-13 11-22 5-25 2-4 1-5

.388 .477

316-517 .611 465-676 .688

OT2 0 0

200-648 .309 168-461 .364

OT3 0 0

PCT .743 .460 .705 .933 .586 .722 .571 .538 .615 .500 .200 .500 .200

OR-DR Reb-Avg 18-52 70-2.5 61-114 175-6.0 8-38 46-1.6 32-65 97-3.3 9-52 61-2.1 9-64 73-2.6 6-9 15-3.0 40-56 96-3.4 11-14 25-1.1 23-28 51-2.1 25-48 73-2.6 1-1 2-1.0 4-14 18-1.1 47-49 96 294-604 898-31.0 319-778 1097-37.8

PF 41 104 46 94 52 45 6 45 27 45 50 0 11

A 55 24 40 34 78 48 4 12 10 7 3 0 8

566 323 512 414

TO 99 81 56 29 47 32 5 13 11 20 13 0 8 9 423 407

BL 2 14 5 9 0 2 0 9 1 8 24 0 0

ST Pts-Avg 26 416-14.9 39 347-12.0 26 243-8.4 28 174-6.0 24 164-5.7 8 150-5.4 1 18-3.6 8 88-3.1 4 50-2.3 16 39-1.6 2 37-1.3 1 2-1.0 3 16-1.0

74 186 1744-60.1 100 226 2097-72.3

Total 1744 2097

Atlantic Sun Conference Games Record: 5-15 Home: 3-7 Away: 2-8 No. Player GP-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3A PCT 02 SMITH, A.J. 19-18 612-32.2 91-215 .423 38-96 .396 05 GRAHAM, Ridge 20-19 563-28.2 99-219 .452 2-10 .200 22 PATTERSON, Ty 20-9 415-20.8 51-137 .372 17-66 .258 15 LOHUIS, Mark 20-15 510-25.5 50-132 .379 33-95 .347 12 NABURGS, Joel 20-6 484-24.2 41-106 .387 27-76 .355 03 WILLIAMS, Brandon 20-13 545-27.3 38-121 .314 26-84 .310 24 McINERNEY, Liam 20-8 359-18.0 30-63 .476 0-2 .000 33 WESTON, J.R. 13-0 105-8.1 11-32 .344 6-22 .273 11 DUPITON, Olivier 16-1 167-10.4 11-24 .458 0-0 .000 13 RADFORD, Graeme 19-9 178-9.4 11-28 .393 0-0 .000 10 BOWEN, Shawn 8-2 62-7.8 3-13 .231 1-8 .125 Team Stetson 20 4000 436-1090 .400 150-459 .327 Opponents 20 4000 501-1047 .479 118-316 .373

FT-FTA 72-93 33-76 33-50 7-8 24-34 10-20 12-22 4-6 9-16 3-15 1-2

PCT .774 .434 .660 .875 .706 .500 .545 .667 .563 .200 .500

208-342 .608 323-470 .687

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OR-DR Reb-Avg 12-38 50-2.6 37-83 120-6.0 6-23 29-1.5 20-48 68-3.4 8-50 58-2.9 7-39 46-2.3 35-47 82-4.1 7-6 13-1.0 15-17 32-2.0 16-23 39-2.1 2-6 8-1.0 32-31 63 197-411 608-30.4 219-528 747-37.3

PF 27 72 35 67 40 35 35 15 29 31 6

A 41 16 30 21 39 65 11 5 5 1 4

392 238 346 298

TO 70 64 34 22 27 33 11 7 14 4 3 6 295 287

BL 1 12 4 7 2 0 9 1 4 13 0

ST Pts-Avg 15 292-15.4 32 233-11.7 20 152-7.6 20 140-7.0 8 133-6.7 21 112-5.6 5 72-3.6 3 32-2.5 10 31-1.9 0 25-1.3 2 8-1.0

53 136 1230-61.5 57 160 1443-72.2

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2009-10 Results Overall Record: 13-17 Home: 10-4 Away: 3-12 Neutral: 0-1 Atlantic Sun: 9-11 Home: 6-4 Away: 3-7 DATE 11/14/08 11/13/09 11/15/09 11/18/09 11-21-09 11/25/09

OPPONENT at Texas AVERETT at Florida at Florida State at CSU PALM BEACH ATLANTIC

RESULT L 38-68 W 70-65 L 46-74 L 38-80 L 64-80 W 85-67

ATT. 11169 1459 10077 6525 817 578

11/30/09 12/02/09 12/16/09 12/21/09 12/29/09

at USC Upstate* at LOUISVILLE MIAMI at Savannah State University FGCU*

L L L L W

56-78 48-80 49-69 46-57 72-64

1020 18916 2619 501 1239

01/02/10 01/04/10 01/08/10 01/10/10 01/14/10

at Lipscomb* at Belmont* JACKSONVILLE* NORTH FLORIDA* at ETSU*

L L L L W

63-84 71-85 70-80 44-54 54-52

780 703 1481 1411 4003

01/16/10

at Campbell*

L

55-81

2411

01/22/10 01/24/10

MERCER* KENNESAW STATE*

W L

76-69 59-75

2356 768

1/27/10 1/30/10 02/01/10 02/04/10

at Florida Gulf Coast* at Mercer* at Kennesaw State* CAMPBELL*

L L L L

53-64 57-91 62-73 47-65

831 2487 782 1192

02/06/10 02/11/10 2/13/10 02/15/10 02/18/10 2/20/10

ETSU* at North Florida* at Jacksonville* SAVANNAH STATE BELMONT* LIPSCOMB*

L W L L L L

60-75 71-60 54-69 68-82 70-79 71-85

1279 1067 2743 1079 1679 982

02/27/10

USC UPSTATE*

W

65-60

1908

* Atlantic Sun Conference Game

Attendance Summary Home Away Neutral Total

Games 14 15 0 29

Totals 20030 53663 0 73693

Stetson University

Avg. 1431 3578 0 2541

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HIGH POINTS (12) SMITH, A.J. (14)GRAHAM, Ridge (19)PATTERSON, Ty (15)PATTERSON, Ty (23)SMITH, A.J. (20)PATTERSON, Ty (20)SMITH, A.J. (17)PATTERSON, Ty (18)SMITH, A.J. (13)GRAHAM, Ridge (12)SMITH, A.J. (21)SMITH, A.J.

HIGH REBOUNDS (8) LANG, Tim (10)GRAHAM, Ridge (6)GRAHAM, Ridge (4)OLIVER, Sheldon (9)RADFORD, Graeme (6)RADFORD, Graeme (6)SMITH, A.J. (4)GRAHAM, Ridge (6)GRAHAM, Ridge (9)GRAHAM, Ridge (6)NABURGS, Joel (6)GRAHAM, Ridge (6)McINERNEY, Liam (22)WILLIAMS, Brandon (7)SMITH, A.J. (20)SMITH, A.J. (7)SMITH, A.J. (21)SMITH, A.J. (6)GRAHAM, Ridge (15)GRAHAM, Ridge (14)GRAHAM, Ridge (12)WILLIAMS, Brandon (7)McINERNEY, Liam (12)LOHUIS, Mark (14)GRAHAM, Ridge (5)GRAHAM, Ridge (14)PATTERSON, Ty (22)SMITH, A.J. (9)GRAHAM, Ridge (17)SMITH, A.J. (8)LOHUIS, Mark (8)GRAHAM, Ridge (14)GRAHAM, Ridge (6)GRAHAM, Ridge (15)SMITH, A.J. (6)SMITH, A.J. (22)SMITH, A.J. (4)LOHUIS, Mark (13)NABURGS, Joel (7)LOHUIS, Mark (7)GRAHAM, Ridge (18)GRAHAM, Ridge (7)GRAHAM, Ridge (19)SMITH, A.J. (9)GRAHAM, Ridge (22)SMITH, A.J. (8)LOHUIS, Mark (30)GRAHAM, Ridge (9)LOHUIS, Mark (23)SMITH, A.J. (7)GRAHAM, Ridge (18)PATTERSON, Ty (9)GRAHAM, Ridge (9)McINERNEY, Liam (19)SMITH, A.J. (9)DUPITON, Olivier

2010-11 Stetson Men’s Basketball Roster

2010-11 Stetson Men’s Basketball Standing (L-R) Manager Adam Jones, Assistant Coach Chris Capko, Assistant Coach Sebastian Singletary, Jermol Paul, Liam McInerney, Graeme Radford, Adam Pegg, Ridge Graham, Steve Forbes, Head coach Derek Waugh, Director of Basketball Operations Gabe McMillen, Assistant Coach Wiley Tucker. Sitting (L-R) Manager Robert Tinter, Spence Purnell, Luis Jacobo, Chris Perez, Aaron Graham, Joel Naburgs, Tyshawn Patterson, Corey Walden, J.R. Weston, Diego Morales, Raj Prabakhar.

No. 1 2 3 5 12 13 15 20 21 22 24 33 34 41 54

Name Diego Morales Corey Walden Chris Perez Ridge Graham Joel Naburgs Graeme Radford Luis Jacobo Aaron Graham Jermol Paul Tyshawn Patterson Liam McInerney J.R. Weston Spence Purnell Adam Pegg Steve Forbes

Pos. G G G F G C F G F G F/C G G F/C F/C

Ht. 5-10 6-2 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-10 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-8 6-4 6-2 6-9 6-8

Wt. 165 195 205 210 200 240 200 185 225 170 235 205 190 255 280

Cl-Exp. So Fr So-RS So-RS So Sr Fr Fr-RS Jr So So So-RS So Jr-TR Fr

Hometown (Previous School) Orlando, Fla./Freedom HS Daytona Beach, Fla./Seabreeze HS Clearwater, Fla./Liberty Univ. Stuart, Fla./Martin County HS Victoria, Australia/Box Hill Senior Victoria, Australia/St. Paul’s Anglican Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs HS Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./Westminster Academy West Palm Beach, Fla./Stony Brook Orlando, Fla./Orlando Christian Prep Victoria, Australia/Ballarat & Clarendon Morral, OH/Ridgedale HS Bradenton, Fla./Bradenton Christian Clearwater, Fla./Univ. of Delaware Clermont, Fla./East Ridge HS

Head Coach: Derek Waugh (Furman, 1993 / 11th season) Assistant Coach: Wylie Tucker (Montevallo, 1978 / 14th season) Assistant Coach: Sebastian Singletary (Stetson, 2001 / 8th season) Assistant Coach: Chris Capko (USF, 2006 / 2nd Season) Team Athletic Trainer: Adam Deimling, MAT, ATC, LAT (Central Michigan, 2007, 2nd season) ALPHABETICAL 54 FORBES, Steve .............................C 20 GRAHAM, Aaron ........................... G 15 JACOBO, Luis................................ F 5 GRAHAM, Ridge ............................ F 24 MCINERNEY, Liam .................... F/C 1 MORALES, Diego ......................... G 12 NABURGS, Joel............................ G 22 PATTERSON, Tyshawn ................ G 21 PAUL, Jermol ................................. F 41 PEGG, Adam ............................. F/C 3 PEREZ, Chris................................ G 34 PURNELL, Spence ....................... G 13 RADFORD, Graeme ......................C 2 WALDEN, Corey ........................... G 33 WESTON, J.R. .............................. G

BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Seniors (1) .................... Graeme Radford Juniors (2) ............................. Jermol Paul ................................................ Adam Pegg Sophomores (8) ................Ridge Graham ..........................................Liam McInerney ............................................ Diego Morales .............................................. Joel Naburgs .....................................Tyshawn Patterson ................................................ Chris Perez ...........................................Spence Purnell ................................................J.R. Weston Freshmen (4) .......................Steve Forbes ............................................Aaron Graham ................................................ Luis Jacobo ............................................ Corey Walden

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PRONOUNCIATION KEY Luis Jacobo ................. Lewis Jac-O-BO Joel Naburgs ......................... Nar-burgs Liam McInerney ............. Mac-in-earn-ee Derek Waugh...........(Rhymes with Law) HOMETOWNS BY STATE/COUNTRY Florida ................................................11 Australia .............................................. 3 Ohio ..................................................... 1

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Team Poster

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Opponents Travel Info.

Winston-Salem, N.C.

Trip 1: Wake Forest Depart: Nov. 11 – 7:00 a.m. Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn (336) 765-1298 Trip 2: University of Miami Depart: Dec. 11 - 10:00 a.m. Return: Marriott Miami Airport (305) 649-5000 Trip 3: Florida State Depart: Dec. 14 – 10:00 a.m. Hotel: Courtyard Tallahassee/Cap (805) 222-8822 Trip 4: Las Vegas Tournament Depart: Dec. 20 - 7:00 a.m. Hotel: South Point Hotel/Casino (702) 796-7111 Trip 5: USC Upstate/ETSU Depart: Jan. 7 - 7:00 a.m. Hotel 1: Court. by Marriott-Spartanburg (864) 585-2400 Hotel 2: Carnegie Hotel (423) 979-6400 Trip 6: Savannah State Depart: Jan. 17 - 9:00 a.m. Hotel: Marriott Savannah Riverfront (912) 373-2525 Trip 7: Campbell Depart: Jan. 21 - 7:00 a.m. Hotel: Comfort Inn-Fuquay-Varina Fuguay-Varina, NC (919) 557-9000 Trip 8: Belmont/Lipscomb Depart: Jan. 27 - 6:00 a.m. Hotel: Courtyard by MarriottVanderbilt West End (615) 327-9900 Trip 9: Mercer/Kennesaw State Depart: Feb. 9 - 10:00 a.m. Hotel 1: Hilton Garden Inn Macon, Ga. (478) 471-5527 Hotel 2: Residence Inn by Marriott Town Center Kennesaw, Ga. (404) 459-5669 Trip 10: Florida Gulf Coast Depart: Feb. 20 - 10:00 a.m. Hotel 1: Courtyard by Marriott Fort Myers, Fla. (239) 332-4747 Trip 11: Atlantic Sun Tournament Macon, Ga. – TBA * Note: Only overnight trips listed

Wake Forest

Bethune-Cookman

UCF

Nov. 11 • 7:00 PM • Winston Salem, N.C.

Nov. 16 • 7:00 PM • Daytona Bch, Fla.

Nov. 23 • 7:00 PM • DeLand, Fla.

Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. Enrollment: 4,569 Nickname: Demon Deacons Colors: Old Gold & Black Arena: Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum Press Row: (336) 727-2945 President: Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Athletic Director: Ron Wellman Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference Head Coach: Jeff Bzdelik Alma Mater: University of IllinoisChicago School Record: 0-0, 0-0/1 years Career Record: 115-105/7 years Office Phone:(336) 758-5622 Assistant Coaches: Rusty LaRue,Mark Pope 2009-10 Record: 20-11 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/6 Series Record: 0-0 Top Returnees PPG RPG C.J. Harris 9.9 1.8 Ari Stewart 7.3 3.2 MBB SID: Scott Wortman

Location: Daytona Beach, Fla. Enrollment: 3,614 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Maroon & Gold Arena: Moore Gym Press Row: N/A President: Trudie Kibbe Reed Ath. Director: Lynn W. Thompson Conference: MEAC Head Coach: Clifford Reed Jr. Alma Mater: B-CU, ‘91 School Record: Career Record: Same Office Phone: N/A Assistant Coaches: G. Craig, Stacey Beckton, Rodney Martin 2009-10 Record: 17-16 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/4 Series Record: 8-2 Top Returnees PPG RPG Jamarco Warren 17.8 2.8 Kelvin Martin 9.0 6.9 MBB SID: Mike Stambaugh Office: (386) 481-2278 Press Row: N/A E-Mail: mstambaugh@b-cu.edu

Location: Orlando, Fla. Enrollment: 53,644 Nickname: Knights Colors: Black and Gold Arena: UCF Arena Press Row: (407) 823-2477 President: Dr. John C. Hitt Athletic Director: Keith R. Tribble Conference: Conference USA Head Coach: Donnie Jones Alma Mater: Pikeville (Ky.) School Record: First Season Career Record: 55-41 (3 years) Office Phone: (407) 823-4114 Assistant Coaches: Darren Tillis, Tim Thomas 2009-10 Record: 15-17 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/3 Series Record: 9/10 Top Returnees PPG RPG A.J. Tyler 10.3 5.0 Keith Clanton 9.7 6.8 Men’s BB SID: Doug Richards Office: (407) 823-2142 Cell: N/A E-Mail: drichards@athletics.ucf.edu

Palm Beach Atlantic

Savannah State

Jacksonville

Nov. 26 • 7:00 PM • DeLand, Fla.

Nov. 30• 7:00 PM • DeLand, Fla. Jan. 18• 7:00 PM • Savannah, Ga.

Location: West Palm Beach, Fla Enrollment: 3,171 Nickname: Sailfish Colors: Navy Blue & White Arena: Greene Complex Press Row: President: Lu Hardin Athletic Director: Michael Brown Conference: Independent Head Coach: Terry Primm Alma Mater: School Record: 19-66 Career Record: Office Phone: 561-803-2333 Assistant Coaches: Davaughn Jackson 2009-10 Record: 6-25 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/8 Series Record: 6-25 Top Returnees PPG RPG Jonathan Lawrence Men’s BB SID: Michael Brown Office: (561) 803-2529 Cell: N/A E-Mail: michael_brown@pba.edu

Jan. 18• 7:00 PM • Savannah, GA Location: Savannah, GA Enrollment: 3,500 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Burnt Orange & Reflex Blue Arena: Tiger Arena Press Row: N/A President: Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough Sr. Athletic Director: Bart Bellairs Conference: Independent Head Coach: Horace Broadnax Alma Mater: Georgetown, 1986 School Record: 42-78 (4 yrs) Career Record: 84-166 (8 yrs) Office Phone: (912) 356-2210 Assistant Coaches: Jay Gibbons, Clyde Wormley 2009-10 Record: 11-15 Starters Returning/Lost: Lettermen Returning/Lost: Series Record: Top Returnees PPG RPG

Dec.02 • 7:15 PM • Jacksonville Fla. Feb. 26 • 7:00 PM • DeLand, Fla. Enrollment: 3,436 Nickname: Dolphins Colors: Green & Gold Arena: Veterans Memorial Arena Press Row: TBA President: Dr. Kerry Romesburg Athletic Director: Alan Verlander Conference: Atlantic Sun Head Coach: Cliff Warren Alma Mater: Mount St. Mary’s ‘90 School Record: 52-67 (3 years) Career Record: same Office Phone: (904) 256-7415 Assistant Coaches: Darryl Bruce, Winston Neal, Trevor Quinn 2009-10 Record: 20/13 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterman Returning/Lost: 6/7 Series Record: 14-6 Top Returnees PPG RPG Tevin Galvin 5.6 4.8 Russell Powell 3.2 1.1

Men’s BB SID: Opio Mashariki Office: (912) 356-2446 Cell: N/A E-Mail: masharik@savstate.edu

Men’s Basketball SID: Joel Lamp Office: (904) 256-7409 Home: (904) 304-2067 E-Mail: jlamp@ju.edu

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Opponents North Florida

Dec. 4 • 7:00 PM • Jacksonville Fla. Feb. 24 • 7:00 PM • DeLand, Fla. Location: Jacksonville, FL Enrollment: 15,429 Nickname: Ospreys Colors: Navy Blue & Gray Arena: UNF Arena (5,800) Press Row: (904) 620-1902 President: John Delaney Athletic Director: Lee Moon Conference: Atlantic Sun Head Coach: Matthew Driscoll Alma Mater: Slippery Rock ‘92 School Record: 1st season Career Record: 26-77 (4 years) Office Phone: (904) 620-2833 Assistant Coaches: Bobby Kennen, Bruce Evans, Jeremy Shyatt 2009-10 Record: 13-18 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/5 Series Record: 8-12 Top Returnees PPG RPG Brad Haugabrook 7.5 2.8 Jerron Granberry 9.0 3.3 Men’s BB SID: Brian Morgan Office: (904) 620-4027 E-Mail:b.morgan@unf.edu

Akron

Dec. 22 • 5:15 PM • Las Vagas, Nev. Location: Akron, Ohio Enrollment: 27,911 Nickname: Zips Colors: Blue and Gold Arena: Rhodes Arena President: Dr. Luis M. Proenza Athletic Director: Tom Wistrcill Conference: Mid-American Head Coach: Keith Dambrot Alma Mater: Akron 1982 School Record: 139-62 Career Record: 247-132 Office Phone: (330) 374-8771 Assistant Coaches: Rick McFadden, Charles Thomas, & Terry Weigand 2009-10 Record: 24/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterman Returning/Lost: 8/7 Series Record: 1 – 15 Top Returnees PPG Brett McKnight 10.0 Steve McNees 8.3 MBB SID: Dallas Mover Office: (330) 972-6292 Cell: (330) 571-4145

RPG 4.5 2.1

Stetson University

Miami

Florida State

Dec. 12 • 4:00 PM • Coral Gables, Fla. Dec.15 • 7:00 PM • Tallahassee, Fla.

Rice

Dec. 21 • 3:00 PM • Las Vagas,Nev.

Location: Coral Gables, FL Enrollment: 15,629 Nickname: Hurricanes Colors: Orange, Green and White Arena: Bank United Center (7,200) Press Row: (305) 284-2111 President: Dr. Donna E. Shalala Athletic Director: Kirby Hocutt Conference: Atlantic Coast Head Coach: Frank Haith Alma Mater: Elon ‘88 School Record: 88-73 (5 years) Career Record: same Office Phone: N/A Assistant Coaches: Jorge Fernandez, Jake Morton, Michael Schwartz 2009-10 Record: 20-13 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/4 Series Record: 4-12 Top Returnees PPG RPG Durand Scott 10.3 4.0 Julian Gamble 3.5 2.9 Men’s BB SID: Margaret Belch Office: (305) 284-3241 Cell: (305) 915-0588 E-Mail: mbelch@miami.edu

Location: Tallahassee, Fl Enrollment: 40,255 Nickname: Seminoles Colors: Gamet and Gold Arena: Donald L. Tucker Center (12,100) Press Row: (850) 644-1830 President: Dr. Eric J. Barron Athletic Director: Randy Spetman Conference: Atlantic Coast Head Coach: Leonard Hamiliton Alma Mater: Tennesse-Martin ‘71 School Record: 153-105 (8 yrs) Career Record: 353-315/ 23yrs Office Phone: (850) 644-1461 Assistant Coaches: Stan Jones, Corey Williams, Andy Enfield 2009-10 Record: 22-10 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 1/2 Series Record: 10-6 Top Returnees PPG RPG Chris Singleton 10.2 7.0 Solomon Alabi 11.7 6.2 Men’s BB SID: Chuck Walsh Office: (850) 644-1077 Cell: (850) 694 - 2540

Location: Houston, TX Enrollment: 5,556 Nickname: Owls Colors: Blue and Gray Arena: Tudor Fieldhouse Press Row: TBA President: David W. Leebron Athletic Director: Rick Greenspan Conference: Conference USA Head Coach: Ben Braum Alma Mater: Wisconsin, ‘79 School Record: 18 – 45 Career Record: 570 – 434 Office Phone: (713) 348-4075 Assistant Coaches: Louis Reynaud, Mike Roberts, & Marco Morcoa 2009-10 Record: 8 - 23 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterman Returning/Lost: 11/4 Series Record: 1 – 15 Top Returnees PPG RPG Trey Stanton 4.3 4.5 Arsalan Kazemi 10.3 9.1 Men’s Basketball SID: Chuck Pool Office: (713) 348 - 5775 Cell: (832) 244 - 6476 E-Mail: cpool@rice.edu

Arkansas-L.R.

Lipscomb

Belmont

Jan. 3 • 7:00PM • DeLand, Fla. Jan. 28 • 8:00 PM • Nashville, Tenn. Location: Little Rock, Ark. Location: Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment: 13,167 Enrollment: 3,418 Nickname: Trojans Nickname: Bisons Colors: Maroon, Silver, and Black Colors: Navy, Purple and Gold Arena: Jack Stephens Center Arena: Curb Allen Area Press Row: N/A President: Dr. L. Randolph Lowry III President: Dr. Joel E. Anderson Athletic Director: Philip Hutcheson Athletic Director: Chris Peterson Conference: Atlantic Sun Conference: Sun Belt (West Coast) Head Coach: Scott Sanderson Head Coach: Steve Shields Alma Mater: TSouth Carolina, ‘84 Alma Mater: Baylor, 1988 School Record: 180-152 (11 yrs) School Record:105-73/6 Career Record: 264-177/14 yrs Career Record: same Office Phone: (615) 966-5850 Office Phone: (501) 569-3167 Assistant Coaches: Shaun SentAssistant Coaches: Joe Kleine, ers, Jay Walton, Pete Froedden Joe Golding, Charles Cunningham 2009-10 Record: 17-13 2009-10 Record: 23-8 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/7 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/6 Series Record: 14-6 Series Record: 15-3 Top Returnees PPG RPG Top Returnees PPG RPG Josh Slater 17.1 5.4 Solomon Bozeman 14.3 2.9 Brandon Brown 10.4 4.5 Alex Garcia-Mendoza 11.2 4.8 Men’s Basketball SID: Mark Men’s Basketball SID: Joe Angolia McGee Office: (501) 683-7003 Office: (615) 966-5862 Cell: N/A Cell: (615) 479-4204 E-Mail: bmsweeden@ualr.edu E-Mail: mark.mcgee@lipscomb.edu

Dec. 23 • 7:00 PM • Las Vegas, Nev.

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Jan. 5 • 8:15 PM • DeLand, Fla. Jan. 30 • 3:00 PM • Nashville, Tenn. Location: Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment: 5,017 Nickname: Bruins Colors: Navy, Red and White Arena: Curb Event Center Press Row: (615) 460-8554 President: Dr. Robert C. Fisher Athletic Director: Mike Strickland Conference: Atlantic Sun Head Coach: Rick Byrd Alma Mater: Tennessee ‘76 School Record: 469-261/23 yrs Career Record: 561-316/28 yrs Office Phone: (615) 460-6263 Assistant Coaches: Casey Alexander, Brian Ayers, Roger Idstrom 2009-10 Record: 20-13 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/6 Series Record: 7-12 Top Returnees PPG RPG Jon House 8.3 4.1 Keaton Belcher 7.1 3.0 Men’s Basketball SID: Greg Sage Office: (615) 460-6698 Cell: N/A E-Mail: greg.sage@belmont.edu

Opponents USC Upstate

ETSU

Mercer

Jan. 8 • 2:00 PM • Spartanburg, S.C. Feb. 4 • 7:00 PM • DeLand, Fla. Location: Spartanburg, S.C. Enrollment: 5,485 Nickname: Spartans Colors: Dark Green, White, & Black Arena: G.B. Hodge Center President: Dr. John C. Stockwell Athletic Director: Mike Hall Conference: Atlantic Sun Head Coach: Eddie Payne Alma Mater:Wake Forest, ‘73 School Record: 375-354/25 yrs Career Record:115-121/8 years Office Phone: (864) 503-5141 Assistant Coaches: Kyle Perry, Ryan Walker, and Bill Burrows 2009-10 Record: 6-26 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: N/A Series Record: 6-14 Top Returnees PPG RPG Mezie Uzochukwu 8.4 6.5 Josh Chavis 7.8 3.1 Men’s BB SID: Bill English Office: (864) 503-5129 Cell: (864) 266-3603 E-Mail: benglish@uscupstate.edu

Jan. 10 • 7:00 PM • Johnson City, Tenn. Feb. 6 • 3:00 • DeLand, Fla. Location: Louisville, KY Enrollment: 22,000 Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Red & Black Arena: Freedom Hall (18,865) President: Dr. James Ramsey Athletic Director: Tom Jurich Conference: Big East Head Coach: Rick Pitino Alma Mater: UMass ‘74 School Record: 200-73 (8 years) Career Record: 552-197 (23 years) Office Phone: (502) 852-6651 Assistant Coaches: Ralph Willard, Steve Masiello, Walter McCarty 20009-10 Record: 20-15 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 1/7 Series Record: 2-10 Top Returnees PPG RPG Mike Smith 9.3 1.8 Sheldon Cooley 6.7 1.8 Men’s BB SID: Michael White Office: (423) 439-4220 Cell: (423) 956-1461 E-Mail: whitem@etsu.edu

Campbell

FGCU

Jan. 22 • 3:15 PM • Buies Creek, N.C. Feb. 17 • 8:15 PM • DeLand, Fla. Location: Buies Creek, N.C Enrollment: 5,710 Nickname: Fighting Camels Colors: Orange & Black Arena: Gore Arena President: Dr. Jerry M. Wallace Athletic Director: Stan Williamson Conference: Atlantic Sun Head Coach: Robbie Laing Alma Mater: Troy State, ‘82 School Record: 72-131/7yrs Career Record:72-131/7yrs Office Phone: (910) 893-1335 Assistant Coaches: Brian Burg, Ryan Ridder, Quinton Sawyer 2009-10 Record: 19-11 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/6 Series Record: 14/6 Top Returnees PPG RPG Lorne Merthie 10.6 3.2 Junard Hartley 6.3 3.5 Men’s BB SID: Stan Cole Office: 910) 893-1331 Cell: (910) 814-7467 E-Mail: cole@campbell.edu

Jan. 25 • 7:00 PM • Deland, Fla. Feb. 21 • 7:0 PM • Fort Myers, Fla. Location: Fort Myers, FL Enrollment: 12,000 Nickname: Eagles Colors: Cobalt Blue and Emerald Green Arena: Alico Arena President: Dr. Wilson Bradshaw Athletic Director: Ken Kavanagh Conference: Atlantic Sun Head Coach: Dave Balza Alma Mater: Michigan ‘91 School Record: 143-101/8yrs Career Record:178-149/11yrs Office Phone: (239) 590-7039 Assistant Coaches: Tae Norwood, Leo Miller 2009-10 Record: 8-21 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/8 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 3/2 Series Record: 5/15 Top Returnees PPG RPG Reed Baker 11.4 1.7 Anthony Banks 12.9 6.6 Men’s BB SID: Patrick Pierson Office: (239) 590-7061 Cell: (239) 357-2390 E-Mail: ppierson@fgcu.edu

Kennesaw State

Jan. 22 • 7:00 PM • DeLand, Fla. Jan. 30 • 3:30 PM • Macon, Ga. Location: Macon, GA Enrollment: 8,000 Nickname: Bears Colors: Orange & Black Arena: University Center Press Row: (478) 301-5161 President: William D. Underwood Athletic Director: Jim Cole Conference: Atlantic Sun Head Coach: Bob Hoffman Alma Mater: Oklahoma Baptist ‘79 School Record: 33-32 (2 yrs) Career Record: 345-186 (16 yrs) Office Phone: (478) 301-5211 Assistant Coaches: Spencer Wright, Paul Johnson, Doug Esleeck 2009-10 Record: 16-17 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterman Returning/Lost: 7/5 Series Record: 10/10 Top Returnees PPG RPG Jeff Smith 11.6 2.5 Brian Mills 7.8 5.3 Men’s BB SID: Dave Beyer Office: (478) 301-2735 E-Mail: beyer_wd@mercer.edu

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Jan. 16 • 2:00 PM • DeLand, Fla. Feb. 12 • 7:30 PM • Kennesaw, Ga. Location: Kennesaw, Ga. Enrollment: 22,389 Nickname: Owls Colors: Black and Gold Arena: KSU Convocation Ctr President: Dr. Dan Papp Athletic Director: Scott Whitlock Conference: Atlantic Sun Head Coach: Tony Ingle Alma Mater: Huntingdon School Record: 170-142/10 yrs Career Record: 240-192/14 yrs Office Phone: (678) 797-2697 Assistant Coaches: Dave Houle, Montez Robinson, Che Roth 2009-10 Record: 13-20 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/7 Series Record: 13-20 Top Returnees PPG RPG Markeith Cummings 17.4 6.1 Spencer Dixon Jr. 8.6 3.1 Men’s Basketball SID: Scott Lipsky Office: (678)797-2192 Cell: (914)629-7938 E-Mail: slipsky@kennesaw.edu

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Individual Career Records SCORING Points 1826 1691 1652 1582 1559 1548 1539 1491 1458 1414 1384

Kerry Blackshear ...........................1992-96 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 Randy Anderson ............................1985-89 Garfield Blair ...................................2005-09 Ron Beal ........................................1968-72 Dalton Epting .................................1958-62 Joel Hancock .................................1958-62 Frank Burnell ...............................1979-83 Bob Jenkins .................................1964-68 Anthony Register ............................2002-06 Bill Hester ....................................1961-65

Scoring average (minimum 50 games) 24.9 Earnest Killum ...............................1968-70 21.6 Gene Wells ...................................1957-59 20.9 Mark Brisker ..................................1990-92 19.4 Jason Alexander ...........................1994-96 19.3 Mel Daniels ...................................1976-78 17.6 Kerry Blackshear ..........................1992-96 16.7 Dirk Ewing ....................................1978-80 16.5 Donell Grier ..................................1991-93 15.4 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 15.3 Walt Kilcullen ................................1965-68

980 967 932 826 775 754 732 702 690 679

REBOUNDS Ken Showers ..................................1967-71 Randy Anderson ............................1985-89 Santos Hampton ............................1998-02 Dalton Epting .................................1958-62 Bill Hester ......................................1961-65 Sebastian Singletary ......................1998-01 Bill Schneider .................................1956-60 Ron Beal ........................................1968-72 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 Mike Reddick .................................1980-84

FIELD GOALS FG Made 671 Kerry Blackshear ...........................1992-96 648 Randy Anderson ............................1985-89 608 Frank Burnell .................................1979-83 601 Ron Beal ........................................1968-72 597 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 593 Joel Hancock .................................1958-62 562 Garfield Blair ...................................2005-06 539 Earnest Killum ...............................1968-70 536 Bill Hester ......................................1961-65 533 Bob Jenkins ...................................1964-68 527 Dalton Epting .................................1958-62

526 517 507 454 390 369 348 323 276 274 270 258

ASSISTS Frank Ireland ..................................1987-91 Brad Weston ...................................1978-82 Terry Johnson .................................1985-89 Ravii Givens ...................................1999-03 Buzzy O’Connell .............................1973-77 Rob Wilkes .....................................1989-93 Glenn Wilkes ..................................1976-80 Glynn Myrick ...................................1980-84 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 Derrick McDowell............................1978-82 AJ Smith .........................................2006-10 Jason Alexander .............................1994-96

234 168 134 126 107 87 81 49 49 46

BLOCKED SHOTS Lorenzo Williams ............................1989-91 Randy Anderson .............................1985-89 Derrall Dumas.................................1988-91 Mike Reddick ..................................1980-84 Chad Lambert .................................1994-98 Sebastian Singletary.......................1998-01 Tim Lang .........................................2006-09 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 Ricky McConnell .............................1998-02 Andrew Woodward .........................1984-88

235 172 156 152 150 149 135 133 129 127 127

STEALS E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 Anthony Register ............................2002-06 Alexis McMillan ...............................2001-03 Kerry Blackshear ............................1992-96 Ravii Givens ...................................1999-03 Gabe McMillen................................2003-07 Kris Thomas ...................................2005-09 Sebastian Singletary.......................1998-01 Kennith Johnson .............................1995-99 Frank Ireland ..................................1987-91 Randy Anderson .............................1985-89

123 123 120 117 116 116 115 115 115 112 111 110 110 110 109 109

GAMES PLAYED Kris Thomas ...................................2005-09 Garfield Blair ...................................2005-09 AJ Smith .........................................2006-10 Gabe McMillen................................2003-07 Frank Ireland ..................................1987-91 Terry Johnson .................................1985-89 Eric Diaz .........................................2005-09 Rob Wilkes .....................................1989-93 J.J. Hirst..........................................2004-08 Anthony Register ............................2002-06 Jimmy Kuhl .....................................1985-89 Santos Hampton .............................1998-02 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 Ehren Wallhoff ................................1991-95 Randy Anderson .............................1985-89 Dalton Epting ..................................1958-62

Kerry Blackshear is Stetson’s career leader in points, field goals, three-point field goals and steals.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS 3-FG Made 170 Kerry Blackshear ...........................1992-96 167 AJ Smith .........................................2006-10 153 Derrick DeWitt ...............................1999-04 143 Anthony Register ............................2002-06 143 Garrett Davis .................................1995-99 136 Mark Brisker ..................................1990-92 127 Kris Thomas ...................................2005-09 126 Ravii Givens ...................................1999-03 122 Ehren Wallhoff ...............................1991-95 111 Kennith Johnson ............................1995-99 107 Jason Alexander ............................1994-96 102 Rob Wilkes ....................................1989-93

FREE THROWS FT Made 494 Dalton Epting .................................1958-62 464 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 410 Derrell Boone .................................1966-70 399 Garfield Blair ...................................2005-09 392 Bob Jenkins ...................................1964-68 371 Anthony Register ............................2002-06 357 Ron Beal ........................................1968-72 353 Randy Anderson ............................1985-89 353 Joel Hancock .................................1958-62 314 Kerry Blackshear ...........................1992-96 312 Bill Hester ......................................1961-65

FG Attempted 1469 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 1422 Kerry Blackshear ...........................1992-96 1312 Randy Anderson ............................1985-89 1283 Joel Hancock .................................1958-62 1230 Frank Burnell .................................1979-83 1215 Ron Beal ........................................1968-72 1201 Garfield Blair ...................................2005-09 1183 Bill Hester ......................................1961-65 1146 Bob Jenkins ...................................1964-68 1120 Anthony Register ............................2002-06 1093 AJ Smith .........................................2006-10 1077 Earnest Killum ...............................1968-70

3-FG Attempted 490 AJ Smith .........................................2006-10 473 Kerry Blackshear ...........................1992-96 442 Derrick DeWitt ...............................1999-04 422 Ravii Givens ..................................1999-03 416 Kris Thomas ...................................2005-09 412 Anthony Register ............................2002-06 379 Mark Brisker ..................................1990-92 342 Garrett Davis .................................1995-99 304 Ehren Wallhoff ...............................1991-95 304 Kennith Johnson ............................1995-99 292 Rob Wilkes ....................................1989-93 280 Jason Alexander ............................1994-96

FT Attempted 668 Dalton Epting .................................1958-62 653 E.J. Gordon ....................................2002-06 582 Derrell Boone .................................1966-70 547 Garfield Blair ...................................2005-09 537 Bob Jenkins ...................................1964-68 514 Randy Anderson ............................1985-89 497 Ron Beal ........................................1968-72 492 Santos Hampton ............................1998-02 475 Anthony Register ............................2002-06 442 Kerry Blackshear ...........................1992-96 440 Jimmy Kuhl ....................................1985-89

FG Percentage (minimum 100 made) .609 Mel Daniels (368-604) ....................1976-78 .602 Jim Ramsey (201-334) ...................1979-81 .596 Clifford Johnson (143-240) .............1979-81 .584 Pete Nordhorn (208-356)................1972-76 .581 Kevin Tucker (233-401) ..................1977-79 .564 Derrall Dumas (394-699) ................1988-91 .550 Jeff Warbritton (208-378) ................1996-98 .546 Fred Ross (284-520) ......................1970-75 .546 LeRoy Wilson (233-427) .................1972-74 .535 John Haslem (292-546) ..................1972-74

3-FG Percentage (minimum 50 made) .424 Alex Urosevic (56-132) ...................1988-90 .420 Frank Ireland (100-238) ..................1987-91 .419 Gary Coachman (62-148) ...............1982-87 .418 Garrett Davis (143-342) ..................1995-99 .415 Maurice Cowan (78-188) ................1988-90 .401 Ehren Wallhoff (122-304)................1991-95 .388 Bjorn Gehrke (52-134) ....................1987-89 .382 Jason Alexander (107-280) ............1994-96 .379 Terry Johnson (86-227) ..................1985-89 .377 Gabe McMillen (58-154) .................2003-06

FT Percentage (minimum 100 made) .866 Garrett Davis (291-336) ..................1995-99 .862 Jason Alexander (243-282) ............1994-96 .842 Joel Hancock (353-419) .................1958-62 .832 Jorge Fernandez (139-167) ............1981-85 .819 Ravii Givens (276-337) ...................1999-03 .800 Buzzy O’Connell (180-225) ............1973-77 .799 Barry Faith (131-164) .....................1971-72 .798 Walt Kilcullen (265-332) .................1965-68 .797 Bill Clark (232-291) .........................1962-65 .789 Brad Weston (165-209) ..................1978-82

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Individual Season Records SCORING Earnest Killum (29 games) .............1969-70 Mark Brisker (28 games) ................1991-92 Earnest Killum (26 games) .............1968-69 Gene Wells (28 games) ..................1958-59 Mark Brisker (31 games) ................1990-91 Maurice Cowan (32 games) ...........1989-90 Frank Burnell (28 games) ...............1982-83 Joel Hancock (28 games) ...............1961-62 Kerry Blackshear (27 games) .........1994-95 Dalton Epting (28 games) ...............1961-62

179 173 171 162 145 142 139 138 137 135 135

ASSISTS Terry Johnson .................................1986-87 Ravii Givens ...................................2000-01 Frank Ireland ..................................1989-90 Buzzy O’Connell .............................1976-77 Brad Weston ...................................1981-82 Buzzy O’Connell .............................1975-76 Jason Alexander .............................1994-95 Richard Layer .................................1956-57 Frank Ireland ..................................1988-89 Terry Johnson .................................1987-88 Glynn Myrick ...................................1983-84

Scoring average (minimum 15 games) 25.6 Earnest Killum (29 games) ............1969-70 24.2 Earnest Killum (26 games) ............1968-69 22.6 Mark Brisker (28 games) ...............1991-92 22.2 Gene Wells (28 games) .................1958-59 21.0 Gene Wells (25 games) .................1957-58 20.4 Kerry Blackshear (27 games) ........1994-95 20.2 Bill Hester (24 games) ...................1964-65 19.9 Jason Alexander (27 games) .........1995-96 19.9 Frank Burnell (28 games) ..............1982-83 19.9 Mel Daniels (27 games).................1976-77

121 113 72 55 54 53 43 43 39 39

BLOCKED SHOTS Lorenzo Williams ............................1989-90 Lorenzo Williams ............................1990-91 Mike Reddick ..................................1981-82 Randy Anderson .............................1985-86 Mike Reddick ..................................1982-83 Derrall Dumas.................................1988-89 Derrall Dumas.................................1989-90 Randy Anderson .............................1986-87 Randy Anderson .............................1988-89 Chad Lambert .................................1995-96

87 69 66 64 61 60 58 55 55 53 53

STEALS Alexis McMillan ...............................2002-03 Alexis McMillan ...............................2001-02 E.J. Gordon ....................................2003-04 Anthony Register ............................2005-06 E.J. Gordon ....................................2005-06 Gabe McMillen................................2006-07 Jason Alexander .............................1995-96 EJ Gordon ......................................2002-03 Sebastian Singletary.......................1998-99 E.J. Gordon ....................................2004-05 Terry Johnson .................................1986-87

Points 741 633 630 622 603 596 556 554 552 550

360 351 327 312 311 302 300 298 285 282 282

REBOUNDS Ralph Miller ....................................1958-59 Ken Showers ..................................1970-71 Dalton Epting ..................................1960-61 Lorenzo Williams ...........................1990-91 Randy Anderson ............................1986-87 Ken Showers .................................1968-69 Lamar Deaver ................................1962-63 Mac Stones.....................................1955-56 Mel Daniels ....................................1976-77 Bill Schneider .................................1959-60 Mac Stones ....................................1956-57

GAMES PLAYED 32

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32 31 31 31 31 31 31 31

GAMES STARTED Anthony Register ............................2005-06 Maurice Cowan...............................1989-90 Lorenzo Williams .............1989-90, 1990-91 Garfield Blair ...................................2006-07 Gabe McMillen................................2006-07 Kris Thomas ...................................2006-07 Garfield Blair ...................................2007-08 A.J. Smith .......................................2007-08

Mark Brisker made a school record 70 threepointers in 1990-91, and he nearly tied that mark with 66 three-pointers in 1991-92. FREE THROWS FT Made 202 Dalton Epting (28 games) ...............1961-62 161 Garfield Blair (31 games)................2007-08 160 Mel Daniels (27 games)..................1976-77 150 Dalton Epting (27 games) ...............1960-61 150 Donell Grier (27 games) .................1992-93 149 Earnest Killum (29 games) .............1969-70 148 Mel Daniels (27 games)..................1977-78 145 Derrell Boone (29 games) ..............1969-70 145 Bob Jenkins (27 games) .................1966-67 144 Earnest Killum (26 games) .............1968-69 143 Bob Mack (28 games) ....................1970-71

FIELD GOALS FG Made 296 Earnest Killum (29 games) .............1969-70 279 Gene Wells (28 games) ..................1958-59 243 Earnest Killum (26 games) .............1968-69 229 Gene Wells (25 games) ..................1957-58 220 Dirk Ewing (27 games) ...................1978-79 219 Maurice Cowan (32 games) ...........1989-90 217 Mark Brisker (28 games) ................1991-92 210 Frank Burnell (28 games) ...............1982-83 209 Joel Hancock (28 games) ...............1961-62 204 Kerry Blackshear (27 games) .........1994-95

3-POINT FIELD GOALS 3-FG Made 70 Mark Brisker (31 games) ................1990-91 66 Mark Brisker (28 games) ................1991-92 64 Jason Alexander (27 games) ..........1995-96 62 Gary Coachman (28 games) ..........1986-87 61 Derrick DeWitt (28 games) .............1999-00 61 Maurice Cowan (32 games) ...........1989-90 57 A.J. Smith (29 games) ....................2008-09 54 Terry Johnson (28 games) ..............1987-88 51 AJ Smith (28 games) ......................2009-10 53 Mark Lohuis (32 games) .................2007-08

FG Attempted 597 Gene Wells (28 games) ..................1958-59 584 Earnest Killum (29 games) .............1969-70 500 Mark Brisker (28 games) ................1991-92 493 Earnest Killum (26 games) .............1968-69 472 Joel Hancock (28 games) ...............1961-62 465 Gene Wells (25 games) ..................1957-58 447 Mark Brisker (31 games) ................1990-91 437 Maurice Cowan (32 games) ...........1989-90 432 Garfield Blair ...................................2008-09 430 E.J. Gordon (27 games) .................2002-04

3-FG Attempted 194 Mark Brisker (28 games) ................1991-92 185 Mark Brisker (31 games) ................1990-91 168 A.J. Smith (29 games) ....................2008-09 166 Jason Alexander (27 games) ..........1995-96 166 Derrick DeWitt (28 games) .............1999-00 148 Gary Coachman (28 games) ..........1986-87 148 AJ Smith (28 games) ......................2009-10 147 Mark Lohuis (32 games) .................2007-08 139 Kris Thomas (31 games) ................2006-07 138 Anthony Register (32 games) .........2005-06 138 Kris Thomas (29 games) ................2008-09

FT Attempted 272 Dalton Epting (28 games) ...............1961-62 214 Lamar Deaver (28 games)..............1962-63 214 Garfield Blair (31 games)................2007-08 212 Donell Grier (27 games) .................1992-93 211 Mel Daniels (27 games)..................1977-78 202 Mel Daniels (27 games)..................1976-77 198 Bob Jenkins (27 games) .................1966-67 197 Dalton Epting (27 games) ...............1960-61 197 Bob Mack (28 games) ....................1970-71 193 Dave Stowers (26 games) ..............1975-76

3-FG Percentage (minimum 25 made) .467 Gabe McMillen (42-90) ...................2005-06 .458 Ehren Wallhoff (38-83)....................1993-94 .455 Maurice Cowan (61-134) ................1989-90 .453 Garrett Davis (43-95) ......................1998-99 .443 Terry Johnson (54-122) ..................1987-88 .435 Kennith Johnson (37-85) ................1996-97 .433 Frank Ireland (29-67) ......................1988-89 .426 Rob Wilkes (40-94) .........................1992-93 .419 Gary Coachman (62-148) ...............1986-87 .418 Garrett Davis (41-98) ......................1996-97

FT Percentage (minimum 60 made) .888 Garrett Davis (87-98) ......................1997-98 .884 Jorge Fernandez (61-69) ................1984-85 .883 Buzzy O’Connell (68-77) ................1975-76 .879 Jason Alexander (123-140) ............1995-96 .877 Joel Hancock (136-155) .................1961-62 .868 Garrett Davis (79-91) ......................1998-99 .865 Garrett Davis (90-104) ....................1996-97 .849 Bill Hester (135-159).......................1964-65 .847 Bill Clark (127-150) .........................1964-65 .845 Jason Alexander (120-142) ............1994-95

FG Percentage (minimum 70 made) .648 Clifford Johnson (92-142) ..............1979-80 .634 Mel Daniels (180-284) ...................1977-78 .627 Kevin Tucker (136-217) .................1978-79 .624 Pete Nordhorn (146-234)...............1975-76 .619 Jim Ramsey (125-202) ..................1980-81 .595 Derrall Dumas (116-195) ...............1988-89 .592 Gary Coachman (77-130) ..............1984-85 .592 Derrall Dumas (174-294) ...............1989-90 .588 Leroy Wilson (110-187) .................1973-74 .588 Mel Daniels (188-320) ...................1976-77

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Team Season Records POINTS 2594 ......................................1969-70 2578 ......................................1989-90 2307 ......................................1978-79 2288 ......................................1968-69 2286 ......................................1990-91

REBOUNDS 1342 .....................................1969-70 1329 .....................................1956-57 1297 ......................................1970-71 1284 ......................................1958-59 1242 ......................................1959-60

BLOCKED SHOTS 176 ........................................1989-90 171 ........................................1990-91 113 .........................................1988-89 110 .........................................1985-86 108 ........................................1981-82

SCORING AVERAGE ......................................1969-70 ......................................1968-69 ......................................1956-57 ......................................1978-79 ......................................1957-58

ASSISTS 505 ........................................1979-80 505 ........................................1989-90 464 ........................................1978-79 459 ........................................1988-89 453 ........................................1976-77

STEALS 282 ........................................2002-03 277 ........................................2005-06 262 ........................................2003-04 259 ........................................2001-02 239 ........................................2006-07

FIELD GOALS FG Made 977 .......................................1969-70 972 .......................................1989-90 924 .......................................1978-79 863 .......................................1988-89 860 .......................................1968-69

3-POINT FIELD GOALS 3-FG Made 235 ........................................2008-09 210 .......................................1991-92 200 ........................................2007-08 195 ........................................2006-07 187 .......................................1993-94

FREE THROWS FT Made 640 .......................................1969-70 618 .......................................1956-57 590 .......................................1959-60 579 .......................................1970-71 575 .......................................1966-67

FG Attempted 2052 .....................................1969-70 2017 .....................................1958-59 1997 .....................................1989-90 1928 .....................................1959-60 1872 .....................................1986-87

3-FG Attempted 762 ........................................2008-09 619 .......................................1991-92 615 ........................................2007-08 585 ........................................2006-07 516 .......................................2000-01

FT Attempted 943 .......................................1956-57 898 .......................................1969-70 837 .......................................1970-71 820 .......................................1959-60 817 .......................................1968-69

FG Percentage .518 ......................................1977-78 .515 ......................................1982-83 .511 .......................................1978-79 .511 .......................................1973-74 .510 ......................................1975-76

3-FG Percentage .404 ......................................1989-90 .401 ......................................1988-89 .386 ......................................1987-88 .380 ......................................1992-93 .371 ......................................1995-96

FT Percentage .756 ......................................1983-84 .748 ......................................1995-96 .747 ......................................1964-65 .747 .......................................2002-03 .745 ......................................1966-67

89.4 88.0 86.8 85.4 82.2

Wins 22 ..........................................1974-75 22 ..........................................1969-70 Consecutive Wins 19 ..........................................1931-32 15 (modern) ...........................1969-70

Glenn Wilkes coached the Hatters to school record 22-win seasons in 196970 and again in 1974-75.

Individual Individual Game Game Records Records

Team Team Game Game Records Records Points .........................................................................143 vs. St. Leo (11-30-91) Points in a Half ............................................................73 vs. St. Leo (11-30-91) Field Goals Made ............................ 51, three times, last vs. St. Leo (11-30-91) Field Goal Attempts .................................... 103 vs. Georgia Southern (2-2-55) Field Goal Percentage .................. 71.1 (32-45) vs. Hardin-Simmons (1-19-89) 3-Point Field Goals Made ...............................................18 vs. Iona (12-30-91) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts ...........................................37, vs. Troy (1-22-01) 3-Point Field Goal Percentage .......100.0 (6-6) vs. Georgia Southern (3-6-90) Free Throws Made ........................................ 52 vs. Georgia Teachers (3-2-57) Free Throw Attempts .................................... 68 vs. Georgia Teachers (3-2-57) Free Throw Percentage ...........................100.0 (17-17) vs. Biscayne (1-30-76) ..........................................................................100.0 (6-6) vs. Florida (11/27/07) Rebounds ................................................................. 78 vs. Hartwick (12-21-67) Assists ................................ 30, twice, last vs. Southeastern Louisiana (3-3-94) Steals .......................................................................19 vs. Anderson (12-29-98) Blocked Shots ............................................................ 11 vs. Samford (2-28-91) Largest Win Margin ......................................... 68 (85-17) vs. Tampa (1-26-42) Largest Loss Margin .............................. 54 (101-47) at Texas Tech (12-22-01) Largest Home Win ........................................... 68 (85-17) vs. Tampa (1-26-42) Largest Road Win ................................. 43 (106-63) vs. Georgia State (3-7-89) Largest Home Loss ......................36 (103-67) vs. Georgia Southern (1-30-92) Largest Road Loss ................................ 54 (101-47) at Texas Tech (12-22-01) Fewest Points (modern day) .........38 vs. Texas (11-14-08) vs. FSU (11/18/09) Fewest Points, Half (modern day) .........................10 vs. Florida State (11-18-09) Most Points Allowed ........................................ 126 vs. Oral Roberts (2-17-79) Most Points Allowed, Half ........................................ 66 at Troy State (2-27-03) Fewest Point Allowed ................................................4 vs. St. Pete JC (3-6-46) Fewest Points Allowed (modern day) ...... 36 vs. Johnson & Wales (11-24-08) Fewest Points Allowed, Half .....................................2 vs. St. Pete JC (3-6-46) Fewest Points Allowed, Half (modern day) ............... 13 vs. Samford (2-3-94)

Stetson University

MISCELLANEOUS Games 32 ..........................................1989-90 32 ..........................................2005-06 32 ..........................................2007-08 31 ..........................................1990-91 31 ..........................................2006-07

Points .................................... 48 by Mel Daniels vs. UNC Wilmington (2-19-77) Field Goals Made ............................ 20 by Bob Jenkins vs. Frederick (2-17-66) Field Goals Attempted .... 36 by Earnest Killum vs. Georgia Southern (3-7-70) Field Goal Pct. ....................... 92.3 (12-13) by Chad Lambert vs. FIU (1-25-96) Consecutive FG Made ........................16 by Jim Ramsey vs. Mercer (2-12-81) ............................................................ 16 by Jim Ramsey vs. Samford (2-14-81) ...................................................... 16 by Jim Ramsey vs. Jacksonville (2-17-81) 3-Point FG Made ...............................8 by Alex Urosevic vs. Eckerd (11-29-89) 3-Point FG Attempted ...................... 12 by Mark Brisker vs. St. Leo (11-30-91) .................................................................. 12 by A.J. Smith vs. Belmont (2-2-09) ..........................................12 by Mark Brisker vs. Bethune-Cookman (11-25-91) 3-Point FG Pct. ........100.0 (6-6) by Jason Alexander vs. Fla. Atlantic (1-27-96) Free Throws Made .................... 21 by Barry Faith vs. Chicago State (2-28-72) ........................................................ 21 by Jason Alexander vs. Mercer (2-11-95) Free Throws Attempted .............. 23 by Jason Alexander vs. Mercer (2-11-95) Free Throw Pct. ....................... 1.000 (18-18) by Bill Hester vs Miami (2-14-65) Consecutive FT Made ................... 21 by Barry Faith vs. Chicago St. (2-28-72) Rebounds .......................................... 25 by Ralph Miller vs. Pikeville (12-9-57) Assists .................... 15 by Brad Weston vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1-18-82) Steals .......................... 8, twice by Alexis McMillan, last vs. Campbell (1-25-03) Blocked Shots .......... 8, three times by Lorenzo Williams, last vs. Samford (1-31-91)

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Hatter Season-By-Season Leaders Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957

Scoring Points-Avg. AJ Smith.......................... 416-14.9 Garfield Blair ................... 518-17.3 Garfield Blair ................... 499-16.1 Garfield Blair ................... 408-13.2 E.J. Gordon ..................... 465-15.5 Anthony Register ............ 434-16.1 E.J. Gordon ..................... 454-16.8 E.J. Gordon ..................... 383-14.7 Ravii Givens .................... 337-13.0 Sebastian Singletary ....... 418-14.4 Sebastian Singletary ....... 428-15.3 Garrett Davis ................... 446-16.5 Jeff Warbritton ................. 372-14.3 Garrett Davis ................... 343-12.7 Jason Alexander ............. 537-19.9 Kerry Blackshear............. 552-20.4 Kerry Blackshear............. 390-17.0 Donell Grier ..................... 504-18.7 Mark Brisker .................... 633-22.6 Mark Brisker .................... 603-19.5 Maurice Cowan ............... 596-18.6 Randy Anderson ............. 419-15.5 Randy Anderson ............. 376-15.7 Randy Anderson ............. 490-15.8 Charles Stevenson.......... 381-13.6 Jorge Fernandez ............. 381-14.1 Glynn Myrick ................... 412-14.7 Frank Burnell................... 556-19.9 Frank Burnell................... 483-18.6 Wilbur Montgomery ......... 459-17.0 Dirk Ewing ....................... 394-14.6 Dirk Ewing ....................... 510-18.9 Mel Daniels ..................... 508-18.8 Mel Daniels ..................... 536-19.9 Dave Stowers.................. 494-19.0 Otis Johnson ................... 413-15.9 John Haslem ................... 420-16.2 Bill Williams ..................... 381-15.2 Ron Beal ......................... 454-18.2 Ron Beal ......................... 484-17.3 Earnest Killum ................. 741-25.6 Earnest Killum ................. 630-24.2 Derrell Boone .................. 336-14.0 Bob Jenkins .................... 487-18.0 Bob Jenkins .................... 385-16.0 Bill Hester........................ 485-20.2 Bill Hester........................ 402-16.1 Lamar Deaver ..................511-18.3 Joel Hancock .................. 554-19.8 D. Epting / J. Hancock .... 504-18.7 Bill Schneider .................. 432-14.9 Gene Wells ..................... 622-22.2 Gene Wells ..................... 524-21.0 Dave Howard .................. 369-14.8

Year Steals Stl.-Avg. 2010 Ridge Graham..................... 39-1.3 2009 Kris Thomas ........................ 37-1.3 2008 Kris Thomas ........................ 44-1.4 2007 Gabe McMillen .................... 60-1.9 2006 Anthony Register ................ 64-2.0 2005 E.J. Gordon ......................... 53-2.0 2004 E.J. Gordon ......................... 66-2.4 2003 Alexis McMillan ................... 87-4.0* 2002 Alexis McMillan ................... 69-2.7 2001 Ravii Givens ........................ 47-1.6 2000 Ravii Givens ........................ 44-1.8 1999 Sebastian Singletary ........... 55-2.0 1998 Kennith Johnson ................. 30-1.2 1997 Kennith Johnson ................. 39-1.2 1996 Jason Alexander ................. 58-2.1 1995 Jason Alexander ................. 46-1.8 1994 Kerry Blackshear................. 36-1.6 1993 Bryant Conner ..................... 34-1.3 1992 Bryant Conner ................... 38-1.7 1991 Frank Ireland ....................... 38-1.3 1990 Frank Ireland ....................... 44-1.5 1989 Frank Ireland ....................... 31-1.1 1988 Terry Johnson ..................... 29-1.0 * - NCAA Division I leader

Rebounding Reb.-Avg. Ridge Graham ................... 175-6.0 Garfield Blair ..................... 232-7.7 Garfield Blair ..................... 178-5.7 Garfield Blair ..................... 178-5.7 E.J. Gordon ....................... 194-6.5 E.J. Gordon ....................... 186-6.9 E.J. Gordon ....................... 192-7.1 Josef McNeal .................... 126-4.8 Santos Hampton ............... 201-7.7 Hampton/Singletary........... 268-9.2 Sebastian Singletary ......... 260-9.3 Sebastian Singletary ......... 226-8.4 Jeff Warbritton ................... 231-8.9 Fred Entenman ................. 173-6.4 Kerry Blackshear ............... 191-7.1 Kerry Blackshear ............... 184-6.8 Ehren Wallhoff ................... 143-4.9 Donell Grier ....................... 173-6.4 Donell Grier ....................... 227-8.1 Lorenzo Williams ............. 312-10.1 Lorenzo Williams ............... 269-8.4 Randy Anderson................ 225-8.3 Randy Anderson................ 189-7.9 Randy Anderson.............. 311-10.0 Randy Anderson................ 242-9.0 Rodney Williams ............... 152-5.4 Mike Reddick..................... 237-8.5 Gary Mims ......................... 189-6.8 Mike Reddick..................... 211-7.8 Wilbur Montgomery ........... 226-8.4 Wilbur Montgomery ........... 200-7.4 Greg Guye......................... 213-7.9 Mel Daniels ....................... 244-9.0 Mel Daniels ..................... 285-10.6 Pete Nordhorn ................... 191-7.3 Otis Johnson ..................... 233-9.0 John Haslem ..................... 213-8.2 Bill Williams ....................... 244-9.8 Ron Beal ........................... 142-5.7 Ken Showers ................... 351-13.5 Derrell Boone .................... 225-7.8 Ken Showers ................... 302-11.6 Chris Ralston ..................... 207-8.0 Chris Ralston ..................... 211-7.8 Ron Moore ........................ 215-8.6 Ron Moore ........................ 250-9.6 Bill Hester ........................ 263-10.5 Lamar Deaver ................. 300-10.7 Lamar Deaver ................... 242-8.6 Dalton Epting................... 327-12.1 Bill Schneider .................... 282-9.7 Ralph Miller ..................... 360-12.9 Ralph Miller ..................... 248-10.3 Mac Stones ..................... 282-11.3 Blocks Blk.-Avg. Graeme Radford ................. 24-0.9 Tim Lang ............................. 35-1.2 Tim Lang ............................. 16-0.5 Tim Lang ............................. 30-1.0 Chief Kickingstallionsims..... 22-0.7 Borislav Djordjic .................. 12-0.5 Borislav Djordjic .................. 16-0.6 Alexis McMillan ................... 22-1.0 Alexis McMillan ................... 22-0.8 Sebastian Singletary ........... 28-1.0 Sebastian Singletary ........... 26-1.0 Sebastian Singletary ........... 33-1.2 Chad Lambert ..................... 26-1.0 Chad Lambert ..................... 21-0.8 Chad Lambert ..................... 39-1.4 Milton Turner ....................... 23-0.9 Travis Garrett ...................... 33-1.4 Donell Grier ......................... 23-0.9 Donell Grier ......................... 22-0.8 Lorenzo Williams ............... 113-3.6 Lorenzo Williams ............... 121-3.8 Derrall Dumas .................... 53-2.0 Randy Anderson.................. 31-1.3

Assists Ast.-Avg. Brandon Williams ................ 78-2.7 A.J. Smith .......................... 110-3.8 A.J. Smith ............................ 80-2.5 Gabe McMillen .................... 99-3.2 E.J. Gordon ......................... 92-3.1 Will Holloman ...................... 75-2.9 E.J. Gordon ......................... 83-3.1 Ravii Givens ........................ 73-2.9 Ravii Givens ........................ 98-3.8 Ravii Givens ...................... 173-6.0 Ravii Givens ...................... 110-4.4 Mario Haynes .................... 102-4.1 Mario Haynes ...................... 83-3.2 Kennith Johnson.................. 90-3.3 Jason Alexander ................ 119-4.4 Jason Alexander ................ 139-5.6 Tremayne Thomas .............. 90-3.1 Rob Wilkes ........................ 111-4.1 Rob Wilkes ........................ 116-4.1 Frank Ireland ..................... 126-4.2 Frank Ireland ..................... 171-5.7 Frank Ireland ..................... 137-4.7 Terry Johnson .................... 135-4.8 Terry Johnson .................... 179-5.8 Terry Johnson .................... 115-4.1 Robert Rowe ....................... 87-3.3 Glynn Myrick ...................... 135-4.8 Glynn Myrick ........................ 95-3.4 Brad Weston ...................... 145-5.4 Brad Weston ...................... 133-4.9 Brad Weston ...................... 129-4.8 Brad Weston ...................... 110-4.1 Glenn Wilkes Jr. ................ 122-4.7 Buzzy O’Connell ................ 162-6.0 Buzzy O’Connell ................ 142-5.5

Otis Johnson led the Hatters in scoring and rebounding in 1975.

Randy Anderson led the Hatters in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots in 1986-87 and again in 1987-88.

Mike Reddick led the Hatters in rebounding in 1982 and 1984.

Jason Alexander led the Hatters in scoring, assists and steals in 1995-96.

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Milestones and Award Winners 1,000 Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

Kerry Blackshear (‘92-96) ..................... 1,826 E.J. Gordon (‘02-06) ............................. 1,691 Randy Anderson (‘85-89) ...................... 1,652 Garfield Blair (‘05-09)............................ 1,582 Ron Beal (‘68-72).................................. 1,559 Dalton Epting (‘58-62) ........................... 1,548 Joel Hancock (‘58-62) ........................... 1,539 Frank Burnell (‘79-83) ........................... 1,491 Bob Jenkins (‘64-68) ............................. 1,458 Anthony Register (‘02-06) ..................... 1,414 Bill Hester (‘61-65) ................................ 1,384 Earnest Killum (‘68-70) ......................... 1,371 Derrell Boone (‘66-70) .......................... 1,342 A.J. Smith (‘06-10) ................................ 1,313 Garrett Davis (‘95-99) .......................... 1,302 Mark Brisker (‘90-92) ............................ 1,236 Ravii Givens (‘99-03) ............................ 1,228 Jim Kitchens (‘54-58) ............................ 1,226 Bryant Conner (‘94-90) ......................... 1,223 Greg Guye (‘77-80) ............................... 1,192 Wilbur Montgomery (‘77-81) ................. 1,190 Sebastian Singletary (‘98-01) ............... 1,189 Walt Kilcullen (‘64-68) ........................... 1,170 Gene Wells (‘57-59) .............................. 1,146 Santos Hampton (‘98-02)...................... 1,136 Frank Ireland (‘87-91) .......................... 1,113 Mike Reddick (‘80-84) ........................... 1,101 Jim Tavenier (‘49-53) ............................ 1,100 Mel Daniels (‘76-78).............................. 1,044 Glynn Myrick (‘80-84)............................ 1,012 Jason Alexander (‘94-96) ...................... 1,010

500 Rebounds 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Ken Showers (‘67-71) .............................. 980 Randy Anderson (‘85-89) ......................... 967 Santos Hampton (‘98-02)......................... 932 Dalton Epting (‘58-62) .............................. 826 Bill Hester (‘61-65) ................................... 775 Sebastian Singletary (‘98-01) .................. 754 Bill Schneider (‘56-60) ............................. 732 Ron Beal (‘68-72)..................................... 702 E.J. Gordon (‘02-06) ................................ 690 Mike Reddick (‘80-84) .............................. 679 Garfield Blair (‘05-09)............................... 676 Wilbur Montgomery (‘77-81) .................... 646 Kerry Blackshear (‘92-96) ........................ 643 Chris Ralston (‘65-69) .............................. 625 Derrall Dumas (‘88-91) ............................ 623 Derrell Boone (‘66-70) ............................. 617 Ralph Miller (‘57-59) ................................ 608 Ehren Wallhoff (‘91-95) ............................ 582 Lorenzo Williams (‘89-91) ........................ 581 Mac Stones (‘55-57) ................................ 580 Greg Guye (‘77-80) .................................. 546 Lamar Deaver (‘61-63)............................. 542 Mel Daniels (‘76-78)................................. 529 Gary Mims (‘81-84) .................................. 512 Jimmy Kuhl (‘85-89) ................................. 511

300 Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Frank Ireland (‘87-91) .............................. 526 Brad Weston (‘78-82) ............................... 517 Terry Johnson (‘85-89) ............................. 507 Ravii Givens (‘99-03) ............................... 454 Buzzy O’Connell (‘73-77) ......................... 390 Rob Wilkes (‘89-93) ................................. 369 Glenn Wilkes Jr. (‘76-80) ......................... 348 Glynn Myrick (‘80-84)............................... 323

100 Steals

Ken Showers is Stetson’s all-time leading rebounder with a total of 980 career rebounds.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 12. 13. 14.

E.J. Gordon (‘02-06) ................................ 235 Anthony Register (‘02-06) ........................ 172 Alexis McMillan (‘01-03)........................... 156 Kerry Blackshear (‘92-96) ........................ 152 Ravii Givens (‘99-02) ............................... 150 Gabe McMillen (‘03-07) ........................... 149 Kris Thomas (‘05-09) ............................... 135 Sebastian Singletary (‘98-01) .................. 133 Kennith Johnson (‘95-99)......................... 129 Frank Ireland (‘87-91) .............................. 127 Randy Anderson (‘85-89) ......................... 127 Garfield Blair (‘05-09)............................... 117 Bryant Conner (‘90-94) ............................ 121 Jason Alexander (‘94-96) ......................... 104

100 Blocks 1. Lorenzo Williams (‘89-91) ........................ 234 2. Derrall Dumas (‘88-91) ............................ 134

All-America Joel Hancock 1960-61 NAIA (honorable mention/AP) 1960-61 NAIA (honorable mention/UPI) 1960-61 NAIA (honorable mention/Chuck Taylor) Lamar Deaver 1962-63 NAIA (honorable mention/UPI)

Earnest Killum earned a total of six All-America honors following the 1968-69 and 1969-70 seasons.

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Earnest Killum 1968-69 NCAA “College” Div. (3rd Team/NABC) 1968-69 NCAA “College” Div. (1st team/AP) 1968-69 NCAA “College” Div. (2nd team/UPI) 1969-70 NCAA “College” Div. (3rd Team/NABC) 1969-70 NCAA “College” Div. (1st team/AP) 1969-70 NCAA “College” Div. (2nd team/UPI)

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1st Team All-Conference Randy Anderson, f ...................................... 1986-87 Randy Anderson, f ...................................... 1988-89 Derrall Dumas, c ......................................... 1989-90 Mark Brisker, g............................................ 1990-91 Mark Brisker, g............................................ 1991-92 Donell Grier, f ............................................. 1992-93 Jason Alexander, g ..................................... 1994-95 Kerry Blackshear, g/f .................................. 1994-95 Jason Alexander, g ..................................... 1995-96 Jeff Warbritton, c ........................................ 1997-98 Sebastian Singletary, f ................................ 1999-00 Sebastian Singletary, f ................................ 2000-01

2nd Team All-Conference Gary Coachman, f ...................................... 1986-87 Randy Anderson, f ...................................... 1987-88 Lorenzo Williams, c .................................... 1990-91 Bryant Conner, g ........................................ 1992-93 Kerry Blackshear, g/f .................................. 1993-94 Garrett Davis, g/f ........................................ 1998-99 E.J. Gordon, g ............................................ 2003-04 Anthony Register, g .................................... 2004-05 E.J. Gordon, g ............................................ 2005-06 Garfield Blair, g ........................................... 2007-08 Garfield Blair, g ........................................... 2008-09

3rd Team All-Conference Maurice Cowan, g ...................................... 1989-90 Kerry Blackshear, g/f .................................. 1994-95 Sebastian Singletary, f ................................ 1998-99

All-Freshman Team Kerry Blackshear, g/f .................................. 1992-93 Eugene Ambrose, g .................................... 2000-01 Mark Stiles, c .............................................. 2001-02 E.J. Gordon, g ............................................ 2002-03 Ridge Graham, f ......................................... 2009-10

Player of the Year Kerry Blackshear ........................................ 1994-95

Coach of the Year Dan Hipsher. ............................................... 1994-95

Newcomer/Freshman of the Year Mark Brisker ............................................... 1990-91 Kerry Blackshear ........................................ 1992-93 Jason Alexander ......................................... 1994-95 E.J. Gordon ................................................ 2002-03

All-Tournament Randy Anderson ......................................... 1986-87 Gary Coachman ......................................... 1986-87 Frank Ireland .............................................. 1989-90 Bryant Conner ............................................ 1993-94 Travis Garrett .............................................. 1993-94 Patrick Sams .............................................. 1993-94 E.J. Gordon ................................................ 2005-06

Player of the Week Jason Alexander .....................................................3 Randy Anderson .....................................................3 Kerry Blackshear ....................................................4 Garfield Blair ...........................................................1 Mark Brisker ...........................................................2 Maurice Cowan ......................................................1 Garrett Davis ..........................................................1 E.J. Gordon ............................................................2 Ravii Givens ...........................................................1 Donnell Grier ..........................................................2 Santos Hampton .....................................................3 Terry Johnson .........................................................1 Gabe McMillen .......................................................1 Anthony Register ....................................................1 Patrick Sams ..........................................................1 Sebastian Singletary ..............................................2 A.J. Smith ...............................................................1 Jeff Warbritton ........................................................1

All-Time Letterwinners A Jason Alexander ....................1994-96 Frank Allen ............................1968-69 Eugene Ambrose ...................2000-01 Kenneth Anderson .................1949-50 Levan Anderson ....................1974-75 Randy Anderson ....................1985-89 Robert Anderson ...................1936-38 Russell Anderson ..................1941-42 Hicks Arnold ..........................1939-40 B Glenn Bailey ..........................1916-17 Rick Bales .............................1971-72 Gabriel Barbosa ....................2004-05 Tom Barnard ...........1961-62, 1963-65 Robert Barnes .......................1940-42 Mike Barnett ..........................1986-88 Ron Barnhill ...........................1989-90 H.H. Baskin ...........................1914-15 Phil Bassan ...........................2009-10 Guy Batsel .............................1964-66 Lance Baylis ..........................1977-78 Ronald Beal ...........................1968-72 Charles Behrens ....................1946-48 Ed Benjamin ..........................1948-49 Lawrence Bernard .................1924-28 Mike Bezner ..........................1973-75 Rob Biasotti ...........................1986-88 Edwin Binford ........................1934-36 Donald Black .........................1942-43 Kerry Blackshear ...................1992-96 Garfield Blair ..........................2005-09 Pete Blodnick ........................1978-79 Derrell Boone ........................1966-70 Larry Bottom ..........................1948-51 Gene Bowden ........................1950-51 Joyce Bowen .........................1921-23 Shawn Bowen .......................2007-10 Tom Boynton .........................1946-47 Richard Branham ..................1935-38 Ben Bridges ...........................2004-05 J.C. Bridges ...........................1972-75 Mark Brisker ..........................1990-92 Jack Brooks ...........................1947-49 Peter Brooks ..........................1959-61 Karl Bruschayt .......................1989-91 Fred Bryant ............................1963-66 Steve Buchanan ....................1963-67 Frank Burnell .........................1979-83 Craig Butts .............................2000-02 Bill Byrom ..............................1949-50 C George Cadwallader .............1928-29 Raymond Cagni .....................1936-38 Henry Callahan ......................1924-25

Jerry Callahan .......................1955-56 James Camp .........................1927-28 Jim Carlin...............................1951-54 Forsyth Caro ..........................1916-17 Jack Carson ..........................1957-59 Ted Cassidy ............1950-51, 1952-55 Joseph Check ........................1931-33 Bill Clark ................................1962-65 Gary Coachman .....1982-83, 1984-87 Isaac Coats ...........................1975-77 Charles Cobb ........................1936-39 Steve Coleman ......................1987-89 Leland Collins ........................1920-23 John Colombo .......................1934-36 Bryant Conner .......................1990-94 Charles “Corky” Corzine ........1978-80 Dimitri Cosmios .....................1992-95 Charles Covington .................1923-25 Maurice Cowan .....................1988-90 Marcus Cowart ......................1990-91 Willoughby Cox .....................1919-21 Kevin Craig ............................2002-04 Steve Crombie .......................1923-26 Bob Crumpton .......................1952-56 Stanley Culp ..........................1927-28 Eric Cumbie ...........................1985-89 Bill Cunningham ....................1981-82 D Jay Daniels ............................1984-86 Kenny Daniels .......................1989-91 Mel Daniels ............................1976-78 Larry Davenport .....................1967-68 Dave Davidson ......................1967-69 Garrett Davis .........................1995-99 Lamar Deaver ........................1961-63 Norris Deaver ........................1945-46 Tommy Deen .........................1945-46 Chris Desiderio ......................1989-92 Derrick DeWitt ........1999-00, 2001-04 Eric Diaz ................................2005-09 Steve Dixon ...........................1974-75 Borislav Djordjic .....................2003-05 John Dompe ..........................1957-61 Al Dompe ...............................1932-33 Jack Dortch ...........................1964-65 Fritz Drake .............................1937-39 Harris Drew............................1922-23 Art Drogue .............................1965-66 Jimmy Duffett.........................1945-46 Brown Dumas ........................1928-29 Derrall Dumas........................1988-91 Forrest Dunkle .......................1913-14 John Dunn .............................1980-83 Olivier Dupiton .......................2007-10 Michael DuPont .....................1984-86 E Don Eakin ..............................1948-52 Tracy Echols ..........................1980-81 Findley Edge .........................1935-38 Richard Elton .........................1932-33 Phil Enlow ..............................1947-48 Fred Entenman ......................1993-97 Dalton Epting .........................1958-62 Ed Eubanks ...........................1958-60 Bert Eustice ...........................1926-29 George Everett .......1947-49, 1950-51 Dirk Ewing .............................1978-80

Best known as Lurch the Butler on TV’s “The Addams Family,” Ted Cassidy was a Stetson Hatter in the early 1950s.

F Barry Faith .............................1971-72 Carl Farriss .............1911-12, 1913-14 Lloyd Fenno ............1914-17, 1919-20 Jorge Fernandez ...................1981-85 Howard Fisher .......................1913-14 Frank Foltz.............................1940-42 Curt Forrester ........................1975-78

Roy Fox .................................1946-47 Chet Freeman .......................1924-28 Richard Fromhart ..................1934-36 Linwood Funderburk ..............1945-46 G Archie Gale ............................1968-70 Curtis Gardiner .......1915-17, 1919-21 Billy Garrett ............................1951-54 Travis Garrett .........................1992-94 Terry Gates ............................1976-77 Harry Gaylord ........................1932-34 Torbjorn Gehrke .....................1987-89 Eddie Gilliland ........1915-17, 1919-20 Ravii Givens ..........................1999-03 Floyd Gladden .......................1959-63 Ryan Gladieux ........1993-94, 1995-98 James Golden .......................1939-42 E.J. Gordon ...........................2002-06 John Gorzeman .....................1931-33 Dean Gough ..........................1934-36 Ridge Graham .......................2009-10 Cecil Grant ............................1928-29 Bernie Gray ...........................1960-61 Mel Gregory ...........................1954-58 Donell Grier ...........................1991-93 Jimmy Gross..........................1925-27 Jesse Grove ..........................1967-71 Greg Guye .............................1977-80 H Page Haddock .......................1933-34 Willard Haldeman ..................1931-33 Roger Halle ...........................1949-50 Ken Hamen ...........................1971-72 William Hamilton ....................1920-21 Santos Hampton ....................1998-02 Joel Hancock .........................1958-62 Shanks Hansel ......................1950-54 John Harriman .......................1929-31 John Haslem .........................1972-74 Dewey Hawkins .....................1940-41 Alfred Hayes ..........................1946-49 Edwin Haynes .......................1982-83 Mario Haynes ........................1997-00 Hakim Hazim .........................1987-88 Bob Hearin ............................1956-58 Clark Heffrin...........................1930-31 Tony Hemphill ........................1983-85 Beryl Heninger .......................1927-28 Bill Hester ..............................1961-65 Vern Higgs .............................1955-56 David Hill ...............................1994-97 Tony Hill .................................1971-73 Andrew Himel ........................2002-03 Greg Hinman .........................1982-86 J.J. Hirst.................................2004-08 Kelly Hite ...............................1998-00 Frank Hobson ........................1922-24 Howard Hodgden ..................1913-17 Steve Hoffert..........................1997-01 Steve Holland ........................1967-70 William Hollander ..................1915-16 Karl Hollingsworth .................2004-06 Will Holloman.........................2004-05 Beemer Hoolihan ...................1955-57 Richard Hopkins ....................1954-55 Jim Horn ................................1989-91 Dave Howard .........................1953-57 Ed Hughes .............................1939-40 Kernel Hughes .......................1921-22 Tom Hunter ............................1976-77 I John Imgrund ........................1951-54 Frank Ireland .........................1987-91 Don Iverson ...........................1955-58

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Garrett Davis, 1995-99 J Tim Jacobs ............................1988-89 Roland Jarrard .......................1946-47 Jim Jarrett ..............................1962-64 Fred Jefferson .......................1957-59 Bob Jenkins ...........................1964-68 Eddie Jenkins ........................1982-84 Martin Jenkins .......................1986-88 Bryan Jennings Jr., ................1941-42 Bryan Jennings .......1911-12, 1913-15 Earl Jenkinson .......................1928-30 Albert Johnson ......................1977-78 Bill Johnson ...........................1950-51 Carl Johnson .........................1929-30 Clifford Johnson.....................1979-81 Harold Johnson .....................1930-31 Kennith Johnson ....................1995-99 Otis Johnson .........................1974-75 Terry Johnson ........................1985-89 Horace Jonah ........................1931-32 Denton Jones ........................1972-74 Derrick Jones ........................1984-86 Hugh Jones ........................... 1911-12 Robert Jones .........................1940-41 Shanne Jones .......................1994-95 A.A. ‘’Steve” Jordan ...............1913-14 J. Willis Junkin .......................1914-15 K Walter Kaczmarek .................1978-81 Edward Kaleel .......................1940-41 William Kaleel ........................1928-29 John Kearns ..........................1946-49 Peyton Keaton .......................1992-93 John Kee ...............................1990-91 Ron Kellam ............................1993-96 Chief Kickingstallionsims .......2004-06 Walt Kilcullen .........................1965-68 Earnest Killum .......................1968-70 Ken Kincaid ...........................1962-64 Keith King ..............................1954-55 Mike Kirk ................................1976-78 Thomas Kirkland ...................1936-39 Jim Kitchens ..........................1954-58 Mike Klarer ............................1968-69 Ed Knittle ...............................1933-34 Jimmy Kuhl ............................1985-89 Jerry Kunes ...........................1945-46 Rudolph Kunkel .....................1920-22 L Eugene Lamb ........................1939-41 Chad Lambert ........................1994-98 David Lang ............................1936-37 Tim Lang ................................2006-09 Tom Lawrence .......................1933-35 Tommy Lawrence ..................1971-73 Ken Lawson ...........................1957-58 Mike Lay ................................1975-77

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All-Time Letterwinners Richard Layer ........................1954-57 Harry Leighty .........................1945-46 Hank Levine ..........................1950-51 Bill Livingston ........................1947-49 Bob Lockett ...........................1933-34 Todd Loe ................................1974-76 Mark Lohuis ...........................2006-10 John Loveland .......................1966-70 Danny Lucas ..........1982-84, 1985-87 M Bob Mack ..............................1969-71 Mike Maloney ........................1980-82 Gene Mancino .......................1949-50 Ryan Marifke .........................1994-96 Max Markovitz .......................1922-23 Earl Marsh .............................1946-49 Ed Marsh ...............................1925-27 Alex Mathis ............................1938-40 Kris Matuszewski ...................1993-94 Jordan Maynard ....................1946-50 Donnie Mays .........................1982-84 Ricky McConnell ....................1998-02 Wilton McCully .......................1948-50 Frank McDonald ....................1941-42 Derrick McDowell...................1978-82 Liam McInerney .....................2009-10 Trevour McIntosh ...................2002-06 Barney McLaughlin ................1959-60 Alexis McMillan ......................2001-03 Gabe McMillen ......................2003-06 Josef McNeal .........................2000-04 Hamilton McPherson .............1913-14 Dawson McQuaig ..................1955-56 Dale Melching ........................1941-43 Kevin Meredith ......................2001-02 Pete Mikell .............................1929-30 Don Miller ..............................1958-60 Francis Miller .........................1916-17 Nate Miller .............................1994-98 Ralph Miller ...........................1957-59 Rufus Miller.............1915-17, 1919-22 Russell Milton ........................1959-60 Gary Mims .............................1980-84 Frank Minehart .......1935-37, 1938-39 Nelson Minter ........................1915-16 Curt Moffett ............................1955-57 Wilbur Montgomery ...............1977-81 Ray Moody ............................1961-62 Ron Moore .............................1964-66 Roy Moore .............................1924-25 Paul Morris ............................1974-76 Robert Morris .........................1928-32 Van Morris ..............1998-99, 2000-03 Winfield Mosley .....................1929-32 William Mox ...........................1927-30 Glenn Myrick..........................1980-84 N Joel Naburgs .........................2009-10 Rudy Nelson ..........................1932-34 John Nesbit ...........................1959-60 Edwin Nesmith ......................1947-49 Robert Newman ....................1928-29 Walt Nichols ...........................1949-51 Harry Nickerson ..................... 1911-12 Kelsa Nixon ...........................1950-51 Pete Nordhorn .......................1972-76 Calvin Norman .......................1975-76 Thomas Norris .......................1921-22 Burdette Northrup ..................1914-15 Paul Northrup ........................1914-15 Royal Nunamaker ..................1925-26 O Buzzy O’Connell ....................1973-77 J.W. O’Connell .......................1915-16 John Offutt .............................1934-36

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Howard O’Flynn .....................1951-52 Collins Okafor ........................2006-07 Jack Oksnee ..........................1950-53 Sheldon Oliver .......................2006-10 Joe O’Lone ............................1947-49 Pat O’Neal .............................1958-61 Jim Orr ...................................1968-72 Louis Ossinsky ......................1923-24 Keith Ostwalt .........................1966-68 Tony Overton .........................1991-93 P Brad Painter ..........................1989-90 Floyd Palmer .........................1915-16 Jack “Sonny” Parker ..............1957-58 Doug Parlin ............................1964-66 Clifford Parmley .....................1938-40 Bob Paschal ..........................1962-64 Evan Patterson ......................2002-03 Tyshawn Patterson ................2009-10 Robert Peck ...........................1949-50 Arvid Peterson .......................1949-52 Rudolph Peterson ..................1914-15 Herbert Phillips ......................1934-36 Bill Pickens ............................1963-64 James Pitchford .....................1977-78 John Poole ............................1961-62 Phil Pratt ................................1973-77 Greg Price .............................1970-73 Dave Purdue .........................1976-78 Carl Purtz...............................1940-43 Kenneth Purtz .........1941-43, 1946-47 Walter Purtz ............1941-43, 1945-47 R Graeme Radford ....................2007-10 Chris Ralston .........................1965-69 Jim Ramsey ...........................1979-81 Dana Rasch ...........................1994-95 Herbert Ray ...........................1920-22 Josh Reaser ..........................2000-03 Mike Reddick .........................1980-84 William Reese.........1940-41, 1946-47 Anthony Register ...................2002-06 Alfred Reid .............................1942-43 Dick Reinking ........................1950-52 William Reynolds ...................1953-57 Clyde Richardson ..................1978-79 Louis Riette ...........................1922-24 Bert Ripley .............................1945-46 Rick Roach ............................1978-82 Billy Roberts ..........................1949-50 Bob Roberts ..........................1948-49 Perry Roberts ........................ 1911-12 Will Robertson .......................1997-01 Donald Robinson ...................1934-36 Sam Robinson .......................1972-73 Derrick Rogers.......................2000-01 Marty Romaine ......................1973-74 Ted Rosa ...............................1945-46 Fred Ross ...............1970-71, 1973-75 Marty Rossi............................1949-52 Robert Rowe .........................1984-86 Charles Rowland ...................1946-48 Norman Royal .......................1925-26 Roland Rucker .......................1982-83 Carroll Runyon ......................1922-24 John Russell ..........................1919-21 George Rutherford ... 1915-17, 1919-20 Joseph Ruzzo ........................1932-33 Stewart Ryan .........................1936-39 Jay Ryczek ............................2002-06

Robert Sandles ......................1930-33 Al Sappia ...............................1949-50 Phil Sargent ...........................1958-59 Dick Scates ...........................1970-72 Vince Schaeffer ......1937-38, 1939-40 Mitchell Schemer ...................1933-34 Bill Schneider ........................1956-60 Harold Schubiger ...................1919-23 Marty Schuette ......................1976-80 Alan Schwartz .......................1975-78 Bob Scott ...............................1960-61 Charles Scovil .......................1914-15 Roy Scovil .............................1914-15 Bill Seitz .................................1972-75 Steve Sellers .........................1975-77 Lester Shebel ........................1930-32 Frank Shelton ........................1961-64 James Shotten ......................1939-40 Ken Showers .........................1967-71 Tim Shuler .............................1981-85 Dick Silvers ............................1952-55 Brad Sinclair ..........................1979-80 Sebastian Singletary .............1998-01 Frank Siskovic .......................1955-57 Bert Slade ..............................1933-35 A.J. Smith ..............................2006-10 Eddie Smith ...........................1973-75 Jack Smith .............................1950-54 Kenneth Smith .......................1930-31 Lanier Smith ...........1937-41, 1945-46 Malon Smith ..........................1958-59 Phil Smith ..............................1945-46 Steve Smith ...........................1966-67 Thomas Smith .......................1923-27 William Smith .........................1942-43 Robert Snyder .......................1924-25 John Socash ..........................1929-32 Mark Southall ........................1990-91 Jack Sparks ...........................1960-64 James Staten ........................1991-93 Steve Sterling ........................1969-70 Charles Stevenson ................1985-87 Don Stewart ...........................1942-43 Mark Stiles .............................2001-05 Wayne Stokes .......................1971-72 Mac Stones ............1950-51, 1954-57 Dave Stowers ........................1974-76 George Straus .......................1931-34 Steve Surface ........................1958-59 Barry Sullivan ........................1982-85 Gustav Swanson ...................1936-39 James Sweeney ....................1929-31 T Jim Taveniere ........................1949-53 Charles Taylor........................ 1911-12 Doug Teal ..............................1945-46 Jack Teare .............................1923-24 Dewey Terrell .........................1960-64 Jimmy Terrell .........................1961-62

S Robert Sample ......................1939-41 Donnell Sampson ..................1987-91 Patrick Sams .........................1992-94 Myron Samson ......................1946-49

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Kris Thomas ..........................2005-09 Tremayne Thomas ................1991-95 Ben Thompson ......................1965-67 Seton Tomyn...........1968-69, 1972-73 William Tomyn .......................1931-32 Mike Torba .............................1950-52 Nick Triantafellu .....................1947-49 Charles Tribble .......1922-24, 1925-26 Louis Tribble ..........................1913-15 Kevin Tucker ..........................1977-79 Milton Turner ..........1994-96, 1997-98 Frank Turnquist ......1911-12, 1913-15 Ronald Tyre ...........................1947-48 U Esten Ulmer ...........................1927-30 John Urich .............................1930-32 Alex Urosevic ........................1988-90 Brian Utley .............................1995-96 V Mike Vacher ...........................1966-68 Harold Vann ...........................1936-40 Nelson Vinal ..........................1946-47 W Hewitt Walker ........................1915-16 Johnny Walker .......................1990-91 Dan Wallace ..........................1969-72 Ehren Wallhoff .......................1991-95 Jeff Warbritton .......................1996-98 John Ward .............................1959-60 Ken Ware ...............................1969-71 Charles Warren .....................1959-61 Vernon Waters .......................1960-64 David Watts ...........................1996-98 Buddy Weaver .......................1957-58 Ron Webster............................... 1968 Robert Wehrmeyer ................1975-77 Al Weldon ..............................1946-48 Gene Wells ............................1957-59 C.T. “Spike” Welshinger .........1926-29 Brad Weston ..........................1978-82 JR Weston .............................2009-10 Randy Weston .......................1980-81 Cliff White ..............................1971-74 Edgar White ...........................1986-87 Russell White ........................1916-17 Francis Whitehair ..................1919-21 Everett Whitman .....1940-41, 1942-43 Frank Wideman ..................... 1911-12 Grant Wilbanks ......................1947-49 Glenn Wilkes Jr., ...................1976-80 Rob Wilkes ............................1989-93 Bill Williams ...........................1972-75 Brandon Williams ..................2006-10 Lorenzo Williams ...................1989-91 Louis Williams........................1971-73 Rodney Williams ....................1984-86 Jack Wilson ...........................1954-55 LeRoy Wilson ........................1972-74 Fred Wimer ............................1949-50 George Wood ........................1991-94 Stan Wood .............................1962-63 Roger Woodbury ...................1965-69 Duval Woodford .....................1950-51 Andrew Woodward ................1984-88 Herb Wotring .........................1934-36 Y Jim Yaeger .............................1962-66 Alvin Yarger ...........................1926-29 Jim Yonge ..............................1950-54 Les Yother .............................1971-74 Wes Young ............................1965-66

A.J. Smith, 2006-10

Z Oscar Zachary .......................1929-30

Hatter Graduates 1998-2010 Kevin Craig (Sugar Land, TX) Graduated in 2004. Turned down a couple of offers to play in Europe. Worked for an investment banking branch of Deutche Bank on Wall Street. Currently pursuing MBA at SMU in Dallas, TX.

currently working in real estate in Atlanta, GA. Karl Hollingsworth (Atlanta, GA) Graduated in 2006. Currently playing professionally in WBA. Resides in Atlanta, GA.

Garrett Davis (Dallas, TX) Graduated in 1999. Is currently a corporate executive with the John Deere Corporation in Reno, NV.

Kennith Johnson (Miami, FL) Graduated in 1999 and earned Masters in Education from Stetson. Is currently a high school basketball coach at Miami Central in Miami.

Derrick DeWitt (Pembroke Pines, FL) Graduated in 2003. Started HS coaching career in Atlanta, GA.

Chad Lambert (Sterling Heights, MI) Graduated in 1998. Is currently an advertising executive in Michigan.

Borislav Djordjic (Mitrovica, Serbia) Graduated in August, 2005. Is currently playing professionally for Evreux in France.

Ricky McConnell (Tampa, FL) Graduated in 2002. Is currently working for a computer firm in Tampa.

Fred Entenman (Dayton, OH) Graduated in 1999. Is currently a strength trainer in Germany.

Alexis McMillan (College Park, GA) Graduated in 2003. Continuing to pursue his professional basketball career. in U.S. leagues. Currently resides in Atlanta.

Ravii Givens (Albany, GA) Graduated in 2004. Currently working for family medical services business in Albany, GA. He also is enrolled in graduate school seeking his Masters in Special Education at Albany State University. Ryan Gladieux (Rossford, OH) Finished his undergraduate studies in 1997 and graduated from the Stetson Business school in 1999. Is currently a corporate exec. in Cincinnati, Ohio. Santos Hampton (Albany, GA) Graduated in 2002. Played professionally in Cypress and Turkey during the 2002-2003 season. Currently working in sales in Houston, TX. Mario Haynes (Moss Point, MS) Graduated in 2000. Is currently working as a school teacher in Tampa. J.J. Hirst (Okechobbee, FL) Graduated in 2008. Pursuing graduate degree in Rehabilitative Medicine at UCF. Kelly Hite (Tampa, FL) Graduated in 2000. Earned Masters in Business at Stetson in 2001.

Gabe McMillen (Largo, FL) Graduated in 2007. Played professionally in Spain for ADT Tarragina. Currently Director of Basketball Operations at Stetson. Josef McNeal (High Springs, FL) Graduated in 2004. Secured a position in Gainesville, FL in the computer industry. Nate Miller (Indianapolis, IN) Graduated in 1998. Is currently a lawyer in Indianapolis. Van Morris (Leesville, LA) Graduated in 2002. Earned Masters in Business in 2004. Currently works in the insurance industry in Atlana, GA. He continues to stay involved in basketball through the AAU circuit. He also worked for Nike with their summer basketball camps, including Michael Jordan’s Nike-Santa Barbara Camp. Josh Reaser (New York, NY) Graduated in 2004. Joined the Marines as an officer. Is currently stationed overseas.

Will Robertson (Mesquite, TX) Graduated in 2001. Is a pharmaceutical rep in Gainesville, FL. Jay Ryczek (East Haddam, CT) Graduated in June 2006. Currently working in the insurance industry in CT. Sebastian Singletary (Jacksonville, FL) Graduated in 2001. Played professionally in Spain (2001), Chile (2002) and Switzerland (2003). Is currently an assistant coach at Stetson. Mark Stiles (Jacksonville, FL) Graduated in December 2004. Currently working on his masters degree in accounting and working for an accounting firm in West Palm Beach, FL. Milt Turner (Pensacola, FL) Graduated in 1998. Is currently an officer in the Air Force. Jeff Warbritton (Tampa, FL) Graduated in 1998. Played basketball in England for two years and is currently working with his father’s business in Tampa. David Watts (Chicago, IL) Graduated in 1999. Is currently a pharmaceuticals representative in Miami. Tim Lang (Victoria, Aus.) Graduated in 2009 currently playing professionally in Australia and Germany. Garfield Blair (Orlando, FL) Graduated in 2009 drafted in the 2010 NBA D-League draft. Eric Diaz (Miami, FL) Graduated in 2009 and is currently a bank vice president in Miami. Kris Thomas (Lithonia, GA) Graduated in 2009

Steve Hoffert (Eden Prairie, MN) Graduated in 2001. Earned a Masters in Accounting at University of Florida and is now an accountant.

Anthony Register (Atlanta, GA) Graduated in June 2006. Worked in the finance department for a Georgia Congressman. Out of school turned down an offer to play in Australia and is

A.J. Smith (Cocoa, FL) Graduated in 2010

2004 graduate Kevin Craig worked on Wall Street, now pursuing MBA at SMU in Dallas, TX.

2007 graduate Gabe McMillen is now Director of Basketball Operations at Stetson.

2009 graduate Eric Diaz is now a bank vice president in Miami.

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Player Development Professionals in the Waugh Era

Sebastian Singletary, 2001 Played Professionally in Europe and South America

Santos Hampton, 2002 Played Professionally in Switzerland

Borislav Djordjic, 2005 Playing Professionally in Sweden

“At Stetson, I not only improved my basketball skills, but I was able to create a professional physique. I gained 10 pounds, lost 8% body fat and bench pressed 345 lbs. my senior year. My development at Stetson was crucial to my success overseas”.

“The greatest development I experienced in my life occurred at Stetson both on and off the court. I learned about work ethic, nutrition and total body development. Without my time there, I would not have advanced to the professional level.”

“I came to Stetson with a big body and a desire to improve, and I left with a much bigger body and a great all-around game. I have a better work ethic that will allow me to be a successful pro for years to come.” - Borislav Djordjic

- Santos Hampton

- Sebastian Singletary

“At Stetson, we treat our players as adults and stress self-motivation, which makes for better professionals whether it be in the basketball world or any other chosen field.” - Head Coach Derek Waugh

Former Hatters in the NBA Earnest Killum, 1970 ..............................................Los Angeles Lakers Otis Johnson, 1975 .......................................................... Golden State Frank Burnell, 1983 .................................................................... Seattle Lorenzo Williams, 1991 ...............................Charlotte, Orlando, Boston ................................................................................ Dallas, Washington

Former Hatters Who Have Played Professionally Otis Johnson, 1975 ..................................................................Belgium Dave Stowers, 1976 .....................................................................Spain Mel Daniels, 1978 .................................................................. Argentina Greg Guye, 1980 ................................................................... Argentina Glenn Myrick, 1984 ....................................................................Austria Mike Reddick, 1984 ...........................................................Italy, Greece Randy Anderson, 1989 ............................................................Australia Terry Johnson, 1989 ......................................................... U.S. leagues Maurice Cowan, 1990 .............................................................Australia Derrall Dumas, 1991 ....................................................Portugal, Japan Frank Ireland, 1991 ................................................................... Europe Mark Brisker, 1992 ....................................................................... Isreal Donell Grier, 1993 ..................................................................... Europe Bryant Conner, 1994 .................................................................... Israel Jason Alexander, 1996 ............................................................... Turkey Kerry Blackshear, 1996 .............................. Germany, Argentina, Brazil Jeff Warbritton, 1998 ................................................................England Frederick Entenman, 1997 ..................................................... Germany David Watts, 1998 ........................................................................USBL Sebastian Singletary, 2001 ............................Spain, Chile, Switzerland Santos Hampton, 2002 .....................................Cyprus, Turkey, France Alexis McMillen, 2003 ............................................WBA, U.S. Leagues Borislav Djordjic, 2005 ..............................................................Sweden Mark Stiles, 2005 .................................................................... Germany E.J. Gordon, 2006 ......................................................... WIFL (football) Karl Hollingsworth, 2006 ...............................................................WBA Gabe McMillen, 2007 ...................................................................Spain Tim Lang, 2009 ....................................................... Australia, Germany Garfield Blair, 2009 .........................NBA D-League (Springfield Armor) Former Hatter Lorenzo Williams played for seven seasons in the NBA

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Year-By-Year Results 1900-01 Overall: 2-1 Head Coach: Unknown Date Opponent W/L Result 11/29 Rollins L 5-7 12/19 at Rollins W 9-6 2/2 at Rollins W 8-6 1903-04 Overall: 1-2 Head Coach: Unknown Date Opponent W/L Result 1/5 at Rollins W 14-13 1/25 Rollins L 6-21 2/12 at Rollins L 7-26 1907-08 Overall: 1-0 Head Coach: Unknown Date Opponent W/L Result at Florida State College W 15-9 1909-10 Overall: 2-2 Head Coach: Unknown Date Opponent W/L Result at Orlando Professionals L 8-18 Orlando Professionals W 36-16 at Jacksonville YMCA L 18-24 at Duval High School W 34-27 1911-12 Record: 1-7 Head Coach: Neil Jones Date Opponent W/L Result 1/20 at Orlando L 8-18 1/26 Orlando L 7-17 2/16 Florida Southern L 6-22 2/22 at Orlando L 9-19 2/23 at Jacksonville YMCA L 18-24 2/24 at DeLand High W 34-27 3/9 Tennessee Military Inst. L 7-17 3/16 Orlando L 11-25 1913-14 Overall: 9-2 Head Coach: A.A. “Steve” Jordan Date Opponent W/L Result 12/5 Michigan “Big 5” W 38-19 12/6 Daytona High School W 49-17 12/11 Florida Southern W 30-16 1/9 Michigan “Big 5” W 42-13 1/14 Palatka High School W 34-21 1/23 Sanford High School W 55-10 1/28 Michign “Big 5” W 36-19 1/29 at Palatka High School W 27-22 1/30 vs. Keewatin L 15-21 2/10 at Jacksonville YMCA L 19-39 2/11 at Duval High School W 32-16 1914-15 Overall Record: 4-8 Head Coach: S.B. Jennings Date Opponent W/L Result 1/9 Duval High School L 10-25 1/23 Michigan “Big 5” W 24-5 1/29 Florida Southern L 22-24 2/4 at Winter Haven High L 13-52 2/5 at Ruskin College L 7-41 2/6 at Florida Southern L 16-42 2/10 at Duval High School L 24-26 2/11 at Jacksonville YMCA L 16-50 2/20 Daytona High School W 34-16 2/27 Michigan “Big 5” W 28-13 3/12 Ruskin College L 15-34 3/13 Ruskin College W 20-18 1915-16 Overall Record: 14-2 Head Coach: William “Dutch” Hollander Date Opponent W/L Result at Sanford City Ind. W 42-13 Sanford City Ind. W 22-5 at Orlando Athletic Club W 26-7 at New Smyrna High School W 38-2 Eustis High School W 60-14 at Duval High School L 25-31 at Florida School of Mutes W 59-17 vs. Keewatin W 19-17 at Jacksonville YMCA L 32-34 at Duval High School W 44-25 at New Smyrna High School W 61-10 Eustis High School W 62-13 Keewatin W 44-24 Florida Southern W 54-11 at Florida Southern W 42-13 at Eustis High School W 52-20 1916-17 Overall Record: 12-9 Head Coach: William “Dutch” Hollander

Date 1/4 1/8 1/9 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/19 1/20 1/22 1/22 1/23 1/24 1/25 1/26

Opponent W/L Result Rollins W 45-10 Tampa YMCA W 49-14 Ruskin College W 42-28 Rollins W 50-9 at Savannah Braves L 19-23 at Augusta YMCA L 19-48 at Spartanburg YMCA W 33-29 at Asheville YMCA W 43-20 at Asheville High School W 23-17 at Bingham School W 26-22 at Charlotte YMCA L 32-41 at Davidson L 17-42 at Statesville All Stars L 20-60 at Durham YMCA W 42-34 at Trinity College W 43-37 1/29 at North Carolina State L 14-28 1/30 at Wake Forest College L 15-25 1/31 at Sumter YMCA W 45-13 2/1 at Duval High School L 29-33 2/2 at Jacksonville YMCA W 26-25 2/8 DeLand All Stars L 18-19 1919-20 Overall Record: 11-2 Head Coach: Horace T. “Pug” Allen Date Opponent W/L Result Daytona National Guard W 87-6 Rollins W 55-16 Florida W 35-28 1/30 at Catholic Club W 57-29 1/31 at Jacksonville YMCA W 33-27 2/2 at Mercer L 27-43 2/3 at Gordon Miltary Academy W 37-13 2/4 at Locust Grove W 77-16 2/5 at Georgia Tech L 33-44 at Rollins W 55-20 at Tampa Imps W 33-27 Tampa Imps W 58-22 Jacksonville YMCA W 32-23 1920-21 Overall Record: 5-2 Head Coach: Horace T. “Pug” Allen Date Opponent W/L Result Palatka AA W 31-10 at Palatka AA L 15-27 1/15 at Florida W 36-18 Florida Miltary Academy W 68-12 at Rollins W 62-19 1/22 Florida W 55-16 at Jacksonville All-Stars L 33-39 1921-22 Overall Record: 1-3 Head Coach: Horace T. “Pug” Allen Date Opponent W/L Result 1/15 at Florida L 25-45 at Rollins W 26-19 at Miami YMCA L 23-33 at Rollins L 33-37 1922-23 Overall Record: 3-6 Head Coach: Horace T. “Pug” Allen Date Opponent W/L Result 12/15 at Daytona National Guard W 33-10 1/10 Daytona All Stars W 27-20 1/13 at Vero Beach Ind. L 8-46 1/15 at Ft. Lauderdale Ind. L 17-26 1/16 at Miami All Stars L 7-59 1/19 Sanford Masked Wonders W 25-19 2/3 at Rollins L 16-30 2/5 DeLand American Legion L 26-38 2/9 Rollins L 22-24 1923-24 Overall Record: 9-6 Head Coach: Horace T. “Pug” Allen Date Opponent W/L Result 1/14 at Seabreeze High School W 26-17 1/18 at Miami YMCA L 20-32 1/19 at Vero Beach Ind. W 18-9 1/21 Seabreeze High School W 25-4 1/25 Miami YMCA L 31-32 1/28 at Florida L 9-18 1/30 DeLand American Legion W 60-14 2/2 at Jacksonville Greenbacks W 28-20 2/3 at Jacksonville YMCA L 22-36 W 25-20 2/4 at Savannah Protestant Club 2/5 at Savannah Alliance Club W 24-21 2/6 at Elon L 25-29 2/7 at North Carolina State L 17-24 2/8 at College of Charleston W 26-21 2/20 Florida W 26-21 1924-25 Overall Record: 8-5 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan

Opponent W/L DeLand All Stars L at Lake Wales All Stars W at Tampa Imps W at St. Pete YMCA L Winter Park YMCA W at Winter Park YMCA W Tampa Imps W at Vero Beach Ind. L at Ft. Pierce Ind. L at Jacksonville Greenbacks W at Jacksonville YMCA L Jacksonville Greenbacks W Seabreeze High School W 1925-26 Overall Record: 17-4 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L 1/2 DeLand All Stars W 1/5 at Seabreeze High School W 1/6 Daytona Athletic Club L W 1/8 at Lake Wales Independents 1/9 at Tampa Imps W 1/10 at St. Pete YMCA L 1/15 at Winter Park YMCA W 1/16 Florida L 1/18 at Rollins W 1/21 Winter Park YMCA W 1/23 at S. Jacksonville YMCA W 1/24 at American Rwy. Express W 1/26 at Florida Southern W 1/28 Tampa Imps W 2/1 Tampa Imps W 2/7 Jacksonville Greenbacks W 2/12 Rollins W 2/20 at Tampa Imps W 2/22 at Florida Southern W 2/27 Daytona Athletic Club W 3/3 # vs. Newberry L # - SIAA Playoffs (Greenville, S.C.) 1926-27 Overall Record: 5-4 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L 1/12 at Daytona Independents L 1/13 at Tampa Independents L 1/18 Leesburg Independents W 1/26 Lakeland Independents W 1/28 Orlando All-Stars W 2/2 Daytona Independents W 2/9 Daytona Independents L 2/11 Rollins W 2/14 Florida Southern L 1927-28 Overall Record: 4-5 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L 1/11 Orlando American Legion L 1/12 Daytona All-Stars W 1/17 Rollins W 1/19 at Ft. Pierce Ind. L 1/20 at Miami L 1/25 Miami W 1/27 at Florida Southern L 2/3 at Rollins L 2/10 Florida Southern W 1928-29 Overall Record: 8-4 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L 1/7 Stetson Collegiates W 1/10 Orlando Independents L 1/15 Stetson Collegiates W 1/18 Rollins W 1/19 at Rollins W 1/21 at Orlando Independents L 1/22 Sanford Independents W 1/25 at Miami Professionals L 1/26 at Miami L 2/1 Rollins W 2/2 at Rollins W 2/6 Miami W 1929-30 Overall Record: 5-8 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L 1/9 Georgia L 1/10 Georgia L 1/16 Florida L 1/21 Daytona Independents W 1/26 at Rollins L 1/27 at Cohen Bros. L 1/29 Cincinnati YMCA L

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Date 1/1 1/8 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/21 1/28 1/31 2/1 2/5 2/6 2/7 2/12

Result 33-36 34-10 31-27 29-39 45-20 45-6 32-31 27-33 7-21 28-26 30-39 45-17 45-13

Result 49-9 45-13 22-36 34-10 32-31 29-39 45-20 23-24 33-18 45-6 28-26 38-9 32-31 17-15 43-11 32-18 56-9 51-20 21-34

Result 20-43 11-21 27-25 36-10 39-37 37-35 30-37 47-15 22-29

Result 21-24 34-28 29-16 49-63 25-33 32-26 19-33 19-29 18-15

Result 24-23 19-20 31-23 44-15 19-18 27-42 29-23 22-32 13-31 26-24 12-11 20-13

Result 16-40 23-27 14-17 47-24 15-16 34-36 27-35

1/31 2/7 2/12 2/14 2/24 3/1

at Florida L Rollins W at Florida Southern W at S. Florida Athletic Club W Florida Southern L Cohen Bros. W 1930-31 Overall Record: 13-6 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L 1/2 at Jacksonville La Touraine W 1/6 Orlando Independents W 1/9 Stetson Freshmen W 1/12 at Atwater Kent L 1/14 at Georgia State College W 1/15 at Columbus College W 1/16 at Mercer L 1/17 at Mercer L 1/21 Atwater Kent W 1/23 at Florida Southern L 1/28 at Vero Beach Ind. W 1/29 at Ft. Lauderdale Ind. L 1/30 at Miami W 2/4 Howard W 2/5 Howard W 2/7 at Orlando Independents W 2/12 Miami W 2/14 Florida Southern W 2/24 # vs. Mississippi College L # - SIAA Playoffs (Jackson, Miss.) 1931-32 Overall Record: 19-0 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L 12/10 Orlando Independents W 12/12 at Orlando Independents W 1/2 Florida W 1/7 The Citadel W 1/8 The Citadel W 1/14 Florida Southern W 1/20 at Sears Roebuck Aristo W 1/21 Parris Island W 1/27 at J.E. Alliance (Savannah) W 1/28 at Charleston (SC) YMCA W 1/29 at The Citadel W 1/30 at Parris Island W 2/3 Howard W 2/4 Howard W 2/11 Georgia W 2/13 Rollins W 2/13 Rollins W 2/13 Rollins W 2/17 at Florida Southern W 1932-33 Overall Record: 13-7 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L 12/16 Orlando Collegians W 12/19 Sparks Theatres W 12/23 at Orlando Collegians W 12/30 at Atwater Kent L 1/6 at Daytona Beach W 1/7 at Florida L 1/13 Atwater Kent W 1/17 at Southwestern W 1/18 at Centenary L 1/19 at Louisville Poly Tech W 1/21 at Mississippi Teachers W 1/27 Mercer W 2/3 Florida L 2/9 at Albany YMCA L 2/10 at Mercer L 2/14 at So. Georgia Teachers W 2/15 at The Citadel W 2/16 at Parris Island W 2/17 at College of Charleston W 3/2 # vs. Tennessee Poly L # - SIAA Playoffs (Jackson, Miss.) 1933-34 Overall Record: 11-11 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L 12/17 Daytona Independents W 12/21 at Mt. Dora Independents W 12/22 at Leesburg Independents W at Lakeland Independents W at Orlando Independents W at Daytona Independents L 1/5 at Mercer W 1/8 at Southwestern Louisiana L 1/9 at Louisiana College W 1/10 at Centenary L 1/11 at Louisiana Tech L

26-40 43-25 38-34 42-23 33-34 34-23

Result 31-9 45-11 32-26 35-40 37-35 37-30 26-30 25-32 33-27 21-23 39-15 20-25 36-16 36-16 30-29 48-20 37-15 46-23 37-61

Result 35-15 26-6 30-25 39-29 29-24 52-24 31-24 44-16 28-24 33-31 27-22 33-20 39-15 42-16 30-27 28-15 17-6 32-14 36-20

Result 37-10 66-25 32-30 28-39 56-22 38-46 42-25 28-26 26-32 43-42 38-33 38-25 18-30 23-24 33-41 50-45 17-11 38-36 34-25 26-38

Result 38-37 27-18 27-25 36-19 39-37 20-43 35-26 25-26 28-27 30-36 31-50

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Year-By-Year Results 1/12 at Mississippi Teachers 1/17 House of David Rollins at Florida Southern 1/26 at Firestone Independents 2/2 Tampa 2/6 Florida 2/13 Firestone Independents 2/14 at Tampa at Rollins 2/19 at Florida

L W W L L L W L L W L

33-36 41-18 47-15 22-29 21-23 33-34 33-30 29-42 48-49 53-18 19-34

1934-35 Overall Record: 12-5 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 12/17 Daytona Independents W 67-26 12/28 at Daytona Independents W 54-12 1/2 at Cohen Bros. W 40-15 1/6 at Southwestern Louisiana L 21-34 1/8 at Louisiana College L 24-28 1/9 at Louisiana Tech L 35-38 1/10 at Mississippi College W 44-40 1/11 at Mississippi Teachers W 43-41 1/18 Florida L 32-40 2/1 Tampa W 46-35 2/9 at Tampa W 48-35 2/12 at Florida W 40-25 2/14 Georgia W 31-27 2/21 Rollins W 32-15 2/25 Rollins W 44-34 2/26 at Rollins W 42-21 3/1 # vs. Millsaps L 32-48 # - SIAA Playoffs (Jackson, Miss.) 1935-36 Overall Record: 13-4 Head Coach: Chet Freeman Date Opponent W/L Result 12/18 Gainesville Night Hawks W 31-23 1/7 Florida L 24-27 1/7 Western Kentucky Teachers L 20-24 1/8 Western Kentucky Teachers L 24-25 1/14 at Florida W 30-23 1/16 Georgia W 35-21 1/31 at Cohen Bros. W 32-23 2/5 Erskine W 27-22 2/6 Erskine W 36-25 2/7 at Tampa W 25-24 2/18 Mercer W 49-20 2/21 Tampa W 39-17 2/24 at Georgia Teachers W 45-39 2/25 at Mercer W 34-32 2/25 at Mercer W 45-28 2/26 at Mercer W 59-32 3/7 # vs. Western Kentucky L 36-50 # - SIAA Playoffs (Jackson, Miss.)

Date 12/16 1/1 1/5 1/6 1/11 1/15 1/16 1/19 1/25 2/5 2/6 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/12 2/13 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/21 2/26 2/27

Date 12/16 1/5 1/6 1/10 1/18

1936-37 Overall Record: 14-8 Head Coach: Chet Freeman Opponent W/L Result Sparks Theatres W 42-15 vs. Mercer L 27-36 Wofford L 29-31 Wofford W 39-36 at Sparks Theatres W 40-36 Emory & Henry W 41-36 Emory & Henry W 31-29 Florida W 34-32 Cohen Bros. L 38-39 Union College L 21-40 Union College W 47-43 at Newberry W 28-24 at Erskine W 27-23 at Wofford W 35-34 at Presbyterian L 16-19 at So. Georgia Teachers L 28-33 Millsaps W 38-24 Millsaps L 31-33 at Florida L 33-40 Tampa W 19-18 at Cohen Bros. W 33-24 at Tampa W 29-27 1937-38 Overall Record: 12-5 Head Coach: Chet Freeman Opponent W/L Result at Sparks Theatres W 57-38 Wofford W 42-27 Wofford W 44-28 at Florida L 27-39 Havana W 50-35

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1/19 2/4 2/5 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/12 2/16 2/22 2/24 2/25

Havana Tampa Tampa at College of Charleston at Wofford at Wofford at Presbyterian at Tampa Florida College of Charleston College of Charleston # vs. Union # - SIAA Playoffs (Bowling Green, Ky.)

W L W W W L L W W W W L

62-32 29-33 26-23 34-20 42-28 31-33 33-34 37-20 42-25 34-25 32-18 32-33

1938-39 Overall Record: 14-8 Head Coach: Chet Freeman / Brady Cowell Date Opponent W/L Result 12/9 North Carolina State L 15-25 1/3 Wofford L 20-21 1/4 Wofford L 30-33 1/13 Newberry W 32-26 1/14 Newberry W 27-23 1/17 Florida L 29-32 1/20 Havana W 47-21 1/21 Havana W 48-35 2/2 at Florida Southern W 49-23 2/3 Union W 44-40 2/4 Union W 49-41 2/6 at Erskine W 42-25 2/8 at Presbyterian W 34-28 2/9 at Newberry W 42-36 2/10 at Newberry L 29-39 2/16 Rollins W 50-25 2/18 at Florida L 26-28 2/22 Erskine W 52-37 2/23 Erskine L 29-33 2/24 at Florida Southern W 37-30 2/27 at Rollins W 54-25 3/2 # vs. Louisiana St. Normal L 23-32 # SIAA Playoffs (Bowling Green, Ky.)

Date 1/5 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/3 2/5 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/23 2/27

Date 1/10 1/13 1/17 2/7 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/18 2/20 2/23 2/26 3/2 3/5 3/6

Opponent Jacksonville NAS Florida Southern at Orlando Air Base at Florida Pipe Line Miami Miami Orlando Air Base at Jacksonville NAS at Florida Southern at Tampa Tampa Florida Pipe Line at Miami at Miami

Date 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/6

1945-46 Overall Record: 5-3 Head Coach: Brady Cowell Opponent W/L Result Florida Southern L 36-40 Tampa W 47-26 at Rollins W 49-31 St. Petersburg JC W 62-22 at Florida Southern L 32-50 Rollins W 34-30 Tampa L 28-37 at St. Petersburg JC W 51-4

Date 12/10 12/14 1/6 1/7 1/14 1/16 1/18 1/23 1/24 1/25 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/6 2/7 2/8 2/15 2/19 2/21 2/22 2/28

1939-40 Overall Record: 9-9 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent W/L Result Wofford L 41-53 Wofford L 32-38 at Miami W 33-29 at Miami W 39-27 Tampa W 42-32 Erskine L 24-28 Rollins L 37-41 Florida Southern W 34-20 Florida L 30-32 at Presbyterian L 38-39 at Erskine L 29-32 at Newberry L 52-53 Miami W 46-37 Miami W 48-43 at Florida L 21-48 at Florida Southern W 25-21 at Tampa W 57-28 at Rollins W 40-33

Date 12/5 12/12 12/14 12/30 1/8 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/17 1/20 1/22 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/2 2/6 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/23 2/24 2/28

1940-41 Overall Record: 13-7 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Date Opponent W/L Result 1/3 Presbyterian W 37-33 1/4 Presbyterian L 31-33 1/10 at Miami W 46-29 1/11 at Miami W 51-41 1/18 at Florida Southern W 43-30 1/30 at Rollins W 48-33 2/1 Florida L 32-36 2/5 Union College L 37-38 2/8 Miami W 45-40 2/9 Miami L 35-40 2/12 at Wofford W 50-40 2/13 at Wofford L 35-38 2/14 at Newberry W 34-27 2/15 at Presbyterian W 43-38 2/18 at Florida L 32-41 2/21 at Florida Southern W 45-30 2/24 Wofford W 40-26 2/27 Rollins W 62-31 # Louisiana St. Normal L 36-49 # - SIAA Playoffs (Bowling Green, Ky.)

Date 12/3 12/6 12/8 12/11 1/5 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15

1941-42 Overall Record: 11-3 Head Coach: Brady Cowell

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W/L Result W 38-32 W 85-23 W 50-42 L 38-49 W 47-42 W 42-34 W 63-49 L 27-31 W 62-32 W 77-35 W 85-17 W 50-26 W 44-37 L 36-46

1946-47 Overall Record: 11-10 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent W/L Result Spring Hill (Ala.) W 43-36 Banana River NAS W 52-35 Wofford W 45-40 Wofford L 30-38 Florida L 31-39 Tampa W 45-39 at Florida Southern L 42-44 at Banana River NAS W 58-35 at Miami W 53-46 at Miami L 50-74 Morrison Field W 57-47 at Erskine W 44-28 at Newberry L 37-48 at Presbyterian W 57-47 at Wofford L 30-53 at Wofford L 43-57 Florida Southern W 41-30 at Florida L 38-56 Miami L 41-42 vs. Miami L 38-44 at Tampa W 31-30 1947-48 Overall Record: 8-14 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent W/L Result Charleston L 28-32 Orlando Air Base W 37-31 Florida Southern W 36-33 Orlando Air Base W 52-43 Wofford L 42-52 Wofford L 49-53 Florida State W 65-56 Miami W 49-46 Miami L 39-59 Florida L 31-55 Florida Southern L 45-46 Mercer L 42-54 Erskine L 41-49 Newberry L 47-51 Wofford L 50-70 Tampa W 44-41 at Miami W 41-36 Florida L 39-48 at Jacksonville Navy L 58-66 at Mercer L 35-64 at Florida State L 38-41 at Tampa W 61-52 1948-49 Overall Record: 2-23 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent W/L Result at Orlando Air Force Base W 87-32 Mississippi College L 48-50 at Florida L 34-67 Orlando Air Force Base W 2-0 at Florida State L 40-49 at Mississippi College L 47-53 at Millsaps L 50-52 Florida State L 36-40 Jacksonville Teachers L 44-55

1/18 1/21 1/25 1/29 1/31 2/3 2/5 2/9 2/11 2/12 2/17 2/18 2/19 2/22 2/26

Florida L 47-54 at Florida Southern L 43-51 Jacksonville NAS L 46-49 Florida Southern L 60-65 Tampa L 64-67 So. Georgia Teachers L 61-66 at Miami L 42-53 Lawrence Tech L 0-2 Miami L 58-70 Miami L 46-81 at So. Georgia Teachers L 45-73 at Charleston L 54-61 at Charleston L 52-53 Tampa L 59-72 Birmingham Southern L 58-62 # vs. Lambuth College L 46-56 # - Dixie Conf. Tournament (Johnson City, Tenn.) 1949-50 Overall Record 8-15 Head Coach: Bob Trocolor Date Opponent W/L 1/3 Green Cove Navy W 1/7 at Miami L 1/12 at Florida L 1/14 Jacksonville Navy L 1/16 at Green Cove Navy L 1/18 Mercer L 1/23 at Tampa L 1/24 Rollins W 1/25 Florida Southern W 1/28 at Florida State W 1/31 Tampa W 2/2 Georgia Teachers L 2/4 at Rollins W 2/8 Miami L 2/9 Miami L 2/10 at Florida Southern L 2/14 Florida W 2/15 at Jacksonville Navy W 2/16 at Mercer L 2/17 at Georgia Teachers L 2/20 Erskine L 2/23 Florida State L 2/25 Wofford L 1950-51 Overall Record: 14-11 Head Coach: Loren Ellis Date Opponent W/L 12/1 Florida Southern W 12/6 Patrick Air Force Base W 12/6 Jacksonville NAS W 12/8 Charleston W 12/9 Parris Island Marines L 1/2 Green Cove Navy W 1/6 Florida L 1/8 Rollins W 1/13 at Florida State W 1/16 at Florida L 1/20 at Rollins L 1/25 at Miami L 1/27 Florida State W 1/30 Rollins W 2/2 at Jacksonville NAS L 2/6 Tampa W 2/8 Erskine W 2/10 at Rollins W 2/14 Miami L 2/17 The Citadel L 2/19 at Florida Southern W 2/24 Green Cove Navy W 2/26 at Tampa L 3/2 # vs. Florida State L 3/2 # vs. Tampa L # - NAIB Playoffs (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1951-52 Overall Record: 16-4 Head Coach: Jay Pattee Date Opponent W/L 12/8 at Florida L 12/12 at Florida Southern W 12/15 Sewanee W 1/2 Yale W 1/3 at Jacksonville NAS W 1/7 Mercer W 1/8 Mercer W 1/10 at Tampa W 1/14 at Miami L 1/26 at Rollins W 1/30 at Bowling Green W 2/7 Florida State W 2/9 Miami L 2/12 at Rollins W

Result 50-38 58-65 51-64 85-88 58-59 57-64 45-73 63-48 59-50 70-61 73-65 59-78 70-46 61-88 63-82 51-53 57-53 63-59 57-62 61-84 57-67 68-74 60-76

Result 75-58 85-39 71-39 105-44 51-83 88-53 61-63 74-58 67-66 62-70 49-54 55-82 71-53 73-54 62-66 67-61 88-71 68-52 66-78 61-63 62-57 91-61 65-82 58-65 87-93

Result 56-63 63-48 75-52 64-52 78-56 97-59 79-66 85-81 57-88 72-69 71-69 58-48 74-80 70-68

Year-By-Year Results 2/14 Jacksonville NAS W 69-61 2/21 at Mercer W 71-60 2/22 at Mercer W 63-59 2/23 at Florida State W 66-64 2/27 Tampa W 73-63 2/29 # Tampa L 64-79 # - NAIB 25th Regional Playoffs (DeLand, Fla.) 1952-53 Overall Record: 14-10 Head Coach: Dick Morland Date Opponent W/L Result 12/2 at Patrick Air Force Base W 57-53 12/6 Florida Southern W 97-51 12/10 at Rollins W 82-68 12/13 at Florida L 74-77 12/18 at Lake Forest W 64-56 12/19 at Illinois Wesleyan L 72-82 12/22 at Beloit L 65-74 1/3 vs. Louisville L 81-83 1/9 Tampa W 86-75 1/12 at Miami L 70-71 1/17 Rollins W 96-74 1/20 at Tampa W 71-65 1/23 Georgia Teachers W 83-82 1/24 Mercer W 77-68 2/4 Miami W 80-77 2/7 at Florida Southern W 86-82 2/10 at Florida State L 66-76 2/20 at Georgia Teachers L 84-89 2/21 at Mercer L 62-66 2/25 Florida State L 79-83 2/27 # Rollins W 83-75 2/28 # Florida State W 94-81 3/10 + vs. Iowa Teachers W 75-57 3/11 + vs. Southwest Missouri L 71-98 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (DeLand, Fla.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 1953-54 Overall Record: 10-10 Head Coach: Dick Morland Date Opponent W/L Result 12/2 Florida Southern L 77-81 12/5 at Florida W 74-55 12/9 at Georgia Teachers W 73-63 12/10 at Mercer L 54-67 12/15 Rollins L 61-64 12/18 at Florida State L 71-74 1/4 & vs. Mississippi Southern L 84-86 1/5 & vs. Spring Hill L 56-75 1/11 University of Havana W 111-52 1/16 Florida State W 82-60 1/18 at Miami W 85-63 1/22 Georgia Teachers W 82-60 1/25 Tampa W 63-51 2/4 at Western Kentucky L 53-81 2/6 at Louisville L 61-79 2/11 Miami W 108-56 2/13 Mercer L 54-56 2/16 at Florida Southern W 75-65 2/19 at Tampa L 59-69 2/23 at Rollins W 82-64 & - Senior Bowl Tournament (Mobile, Ala.) 1954-55 Overall Record: 11-10 Head Coach: Dick Morland Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 at Florida Southern W 106-77 12/6 Wofford L 71-75 12/9 Georgia Teachers L 83-88 12/11 at Florida L 70-78 12/16 Elon College W 91-59 12/18 at Florida State L 79-94 1/11 Rollins W 71-57 1/15 Mercer W 87-82 1/22 at Tampa L 78-89 1/29 Florida State L 73-84 2/2 at Georgia Teachers L 91-100 2/4 at Wofford L 72-92 2/5 at Presbyterian W 81-80 2/7 at Mercer W 81-74 2/11 Tampa W 75-59 2/14 Miami W 89-85 2/16 Erskine W 90-75 2/19 at Rollins W 88-76 2/22 at Miami L 77-79 2/25 Florida Southern W 75-63 2/28 # at Florida State L 77-86 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Tallahassee, Fla.) 1955-56 Overall Record: 17-6 Head Coach: Dick Morland

Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 Florida Southern W 89-75 12/3 at Georgia Teachers W 99-93 12/6 Wofford W 90-82 12/10 at Florida State L 78-91 12/14 at Florida L 74-92 12/16 Western Carolina W 101-78 1/7 at Tampa W 90-76 1/11 Mississippi College W 96-76 1/14 Presbyterian W 89-81 1/16 at Miami L 79-85 1/19 at Rollins W 90-77 1/23 Tampa W 97-78 1/28 Mercer W 93-80 2/3 at Erskine W 93-85 2/4 at Wofford W 87-85 2/6 at Mercer L 83-90 2/8 Miami W 91-84 2/14 Erskine W 78-72 2/17 Rollins W 105-63 2/20 Florida State L 83-89 2/23 at Florida Southern W 90-71 3/2 # vs. Mercer W 118-91 3/3 # at Georgia Teachers L 86-112 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Statesboro, Ga.) 1956-57 Overall Record: 17-8 Head Coach: Dick Morland Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 at Georgia Teachers L 59-84 12/5 Rollins W 88-87 12/8 at Florida L 69-84 12/11 Florida Southern W 85-82 12/14 Western Carolina W 93-75 12/15 Appalachian W 110-61 12/20 & vs. East Carolina W 76-70 12/21 & vs. Erskine L 73-75 1/5 at Tampa W 99-68 1/7 at Miami L 81-89 1/14 Florida State W 97-70 1/19 at Florida State L 86-104 1/26 Tampa W 59-37 2/1 at Mercer W 99-91 2/6 Miami W 95-93 2/8 Troy State W 100-76 2/11 Georgia Teachers W 91-84 2/13 Erskine W 65-49 2/16 Mercer W 116-72 2/19 at Rollins L 100-112 2/25 at Florida Southern L 74-80 3/1 # vs. Piedmont W 72-57 3/2 # at Georgia Teachers W 100-79 3/11 + vs. Wayne State W 100-84 3/12 + vs. Pacific Lutheran L 86-112 & - Parris Island Invitational # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Statesboro, Ga.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 1957-58 Overall Record: 14-11 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/4 at Florida L 65-79 12/6 Birmingham-Southern W 98-76 12/7 Georgia Teachers W 96-89 12/9 Pikeville College W 101-99 12/14 Western Carolina College W 89-83 1/4 Valdosta State W 118-74 1/8 at Miami L 80-103 1/11 Tampa W 91-73 1/13 at Florida Southern W 91-71 1/16 at Florida State L 60-77 1/18 at Memphis State L 58-64 1/25 Rollins W 88-71 1/29 at Georgia Teachers L 66-74 1/30 at Erskine W 73-68 2/1 at Mercer L 70-76 2/7 at Jacksonville W 108-91 2/8 Mercer L 76-78 2/11 Erskine W 91-61 2/15 Miami L 85-92 2/18 at Rollins L 74-90 2/20 Florida Southern L 80-81 2/22 at Tampa W 79-78 2/25 Jacksonville W 86-74 2/27 # vs. Rollins W 87-68 2/28 # at Georgia Teachers L 63-67 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Statesboro, Ga.) 1958-59 Overall Record: 17-11 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 & vs. Tampa W 71-64

12/2 & at Florida Southern W 81-72 12/8 at Florida L 62-73 12/11 at Louisville L 47-81 12/13 at Dayton L 53-66 12/19 % Troy State L 63-68 12/20 % Birmingham-Southern W 69-59 1/1 Tulane L 62-66 1/3 Toronto W 74-53 1/6 at Jacksonville L 68-84 1/8 Mississippi Southern L 56-58 1/12 Georgia Teachers W 62-60 1/14 at Florida Southern L 79-87 1/15 at Tampa W 65-58 1/17 Rollins W 77-61 1/24 Tampa W 98-80 1/28 Kentucky Wesleyan W 85-78 1/31 at Mercer W 91-85 2/2 at Georgia Teachers L 72-78 2/5 Miami W 110-97 2/9 at Rollins W 88-71 2/14 Mercer W 75-57 2/17 Jacksonville W 110-94 2/19 at Miami L 81-99 2/21 Florida State W 98-91 2/23 Florida Southern W 64-53 2/26 # vs. Tampa W 89-73 2/27 # vs. Georgia Teachers L 69-72 & - Citrus Invitational Tournament (Lakeland, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Macon, Ga.) 1959-60 Overall Record: 16-13 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 Jacksonville W 90-78 12/4 at Mississippi Southern L 59-86 12/5 at Tulane L 64-97 12/10 at Rollins W 92-62 12/12 Murray State W 80-67 12/15 at Florida W 79-74 12/17 % University of the South W 80-73 12/18 % Wheaton W 87-75 12/28 at South Louisiana Inst. L 73-80 12/29 at North Texas State L 69-85 1/6 Transylvania L 73-85 1/7 at Tampa W 88-79 1/9 at Georgia Southern L 91-93 1/11 at Mercer L 81-90 1/15 Florida Southern W 83-70 1/16 Mercer W 102-55 1/18 at Georgia L 72-97 1/21 at Florida Southern W 70-64 1/22 St. Peter’s L 81-85 2/5 Miami L 86-94 2/9 Tampa L 79-80 2/11 at Miami W 73-72 2/13 Oglethorpe W 66-64 2/15 Georgia Southern W 70-69 2/16 Rollins W 88-67 2/19 at Jacksonville L 66-70 2/25 # vs. Oglethorpe W 87-73 2/26 # at Tampa W 85-71 3/7 + vs. William Jewell L 66-68 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Tampa, Fla.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 1960-61 Overall Record: 20-7 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/3 at Jacksonville L 91-99 12/5 at Rollins L 70-71 12/8 at Middle Tennesse State L 56-69 12/10 at Murray State L 59-70 12/14 Wofford W 75-61 12/16 % Lincon Memorial W 98-64 12/17 % Tampa W 95-81 1/2 at Georgia Southern L 78-92 1/4 Transylvania W 69-51 1/7 at Tampa W 78-67 1/10 Jacksonville W 86-61 1/14 Mercer W 79-58 1/17 William Carey W 75-73 1/19 at Florida Southern W 74-58 1/21 St. Peter’s (NJ) W 90-69 1/23 Georgia Southern W 65-62 2/1 Florida Southern W 68-63 2/3 Miami W 76-68 2/6 at Mercer W 88-59 2/8 at University of the South W 92-68 2/9 at Oglethorpe W 44-39 2/11 Newberry W 99-73 2/15 at Miami L 84-91

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2/18 Rollins L 88-65 2/22 Tampa W 76-61 3/3 # vs. Mercer W 83-80 3/4 # vs. Oglethorpe L 68-81 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) 1961-62 Overall Record: 16-12 (4-6 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 at Middle Tennesse State L 76-77 12/2 at Tennesse Tech L 73-100 12/4 * at Rollins W 83-76 12/7 Georgia Southern W 73-62 12/9 Presbyterian W 78-63 12/13 University of the South W 68-62 12/14 % Union W 76-75 12/15 % Georgetown (KY) L 58-73 12/18 St. Peters W 96-86 12/30 Blackburn W 106-80 1/2 Transylvania W 70-69 1/4 * Tampa W 54-49 1/6 at Georgia Southern L 73-75 1/8 at Mercer W 71-57 1/13 * Rollins W 92-61 1/20 Mercer W 71-57 1/22 * Jacksonville L 85-90 1/31 Cumberland W 88-86 2/2 * Miami L 70-79 2/10 * Florida Southern L 91-100 2/13 * at Miami L 78-86 2/17 Oglethorpe L 53-55 2/19 * at Tampa L 70-78 2/23 * at Jacksonville W 68-67 2/26 * at Florida Southern L 50-65 3/2 # vs. Georgia Southern W 76-74 3/3 # vs. Jacksonville W 61-57 3/9 + vs. Orange State L 79-94 * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Atlanta, Ga.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 1962-63 Overall Record: 15-13 (7-3 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/30 * at Jacksonville W 69-65 12/3 * at Rollins W 81-62 12/6 Georgia Southern L 75-82 12/8 * at Florida Southern W 85-75 12/11 % Middle Tennessee State L 61-79 12/12 % Rollins W 98-78 12/14 % Presbyterian L 69-70 12/17 Baldwin-Wallace L 72-73 12/19 Lipscomb L 59-67 12/20 Tennesse Tech W 77-75 12/29 New Hamsphire L 74-82 1/2 Translyvania W 81-57 1/5 Georgia Southern L 61-66 1/7 at Mercer L 65-73 1/10 * Tampa W 72-65 1/12 * Rollins W 80-59 1/21 Georgia L 80-99 2/1 * Miami W 66-64 2/2 DePauw W 78-60 2/7 Mercer W 72-59 2/9 at Florida State L 57-73 2/16 * Florida Southern W 82-59 2/21 * at Tampa L 62-71 2/23 * Jacksonville L 63-69 2/26 * at Miami L 60-75 3/3 # vs. Georgia Southern W 67-61 3/4 # at Jacksonville W 63-59 3/10 + vs. Howard Payne W 68-66 3/13 + vs. Texas-Pan American L 41-64 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Jacksonville, Fla.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.)

Date 12/2 12/6 12/13 12/14 12/17 12/19 12/20 1/2

1963-64 Overall Record: 16-9 (7-1 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Opponent W/L Result * Jacksonville W 68-65 Georgia Southern W 57-54 % Belmont W 79-75 % Wofford L 77-78 at St. Peter’s L 75-94 at Iona L 46-73 at American L 80-116 at Georgia Southern W 69-59

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results 1/4 MacAlester W 75-71 1/11 at University of the South W 86-70 1/13 at Mercer W 72-62 1/16 at Florida Presbyterian W 92-73 1/18 * at Rollins W 96-61 1/29 Spring Hill W 82-80 1/31 Miami L 75-81 2/4 * at Florida Southern W 103-99 2/7 Mercer W 89-70 2/10 * at Jacksonville L 77-93 2/12 * Florida Southern W 96-85 2/14 * Rollins W 106-65 2/19 * at Tampa W 95-93 2/22 at Miami L 70-87 2/25 * Tampa W 117-96 2/27 Florida State L 60-80 3/4 # vs. Jacksonville L 62-86 * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Tournament (Statesboro, Ga.) 1964-65 Overall Record: 16-10 (6-2 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 * at Rollins W 84-52 12/2 Presbyterian W 84-66 12/5 at Florida L 57-90 12/9 * at Jacksonville L 55-65 12/16 % Wilmington W 82-70 12/17 % Georgetown (KY) W 86-75 12/19 Tennessee Wesleyan W 96-82 12/21 King College W 84-47 1/2 North Central W 92-74 1/6 * at Tampa W 96-89 1/9 at Georgia Southern L 78-86 1/11 at Mercer L 77-81 1/13 Florida Presbyterian W 99-75 1/16 * Tampa W 88-78 1/19 Georgia Southern L 79-95 1/27 Cumberland W 73-71 1/30 * at Florida Southern W 91-87 2/1 Spring Hill W 65-56 2/4 Miami L 84-86 2/6 at Dayton L 55-93 2/10 * Florida Southern W 63-50 2/12 Mercer W 78-72 2/17 at Miami L 84-95 2/20 * Rollins W 92-70 2/23 * Jacksonville L 67-70 3/1 # at Jacksonville L 72-73 * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 24 Playoffs (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1965-66 Overall Record: 13-12 (5-1 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 * Rollins W 87-56 12/4 at Mercer L 65-70 12/6 at The Citadel L 64-71 12/9 Jacksonville L 76-86 12/20 Union L 64-73 12/21 MacMurray W 110-75 1/3 % Washington W 85-60 1/4 % Atlantic-Christian W 77-75 1/6 at Mississippi State L 76-87 1/8 at Alabama L 50-75 1/13 * at Tampa W 62-59 1/15 * at Rollins W 68-53 1/18 Georgia Southern L 62-66 1/20 * at Florida Southern L 49-69 1/22 * Tampa W 87-79 1/25 Cumberland W 63-61 1/27 Miami L 78-89 1/31 at Florida Presbyterian W 59-55 2/5 * Florida Southern W 71-65 2/12 Mercer W 71-60 2/15 at Jacksonville L 65-79 2/17 Frederick W 95-81 2/19 Belmont Abbey W 87-80 2/21 at Georgia Southern L 66-87 2/24 at Miami L 77-86 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game 1966-67 Overall Record: 17-10 (5-1 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 Union W 91-73 12/3 Wilmington W 80-55

Stetson University

12/7 at Jacksonville W 97-88 12/10 at Georgia Southern L 65-67 12/20 Tennessee Wesleyan L 68-84 1/2 % Transylvania W 81-72 1/3 % Wittenburg W 71-61 1/7 at Mercer L 71-76 1/9 at Tulane L 76-99 1/11 * Tampa L 74-75 1/14 * at Florida Southern W 88-76 1/17 * ^ vs. Rollins W 90-70 1/21 Jacksonville W 80-70 1/23 Cumberland W 76-64 1/26 Miami W 56-53 1/28 Fairleigh-Dickinson W 77-70 1/30 * ^ vs. Rollins W 69-58 2/4 * Florida Southern W 81-73 2/9 * at Tampa W 73-66 2/11 Parsons W 68-61 2/14 at Miami L 81-95 2/16 Georgia Southern L 72-74 2/18 Mercer L 68-73 2/20 ^ vs. The Citadel W 82-74 2/23 Florida Presbyterian W 83-68 3/9 # vs. Kentucky Wesleyan L 55-68 3/10 # vs. South Carolina State L 53-65 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game ^ - at Orlando, Fla. # - NCAA College Div. Tournament (Evansville, Ind.) 1967-68 Overall Record: 8-18 (1-5 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L 12/2 Transylvania L 12/9 at The Citadel W 12/12 Jacksonville W 12/20 ^ vs. Brown L 12/21 Hartwick W 1/2 % High Point W 1/3 % St. Peter’s L 1/6 at Florida State L 1/10 Jacksonville L 1/13 at Florida Presbyterian L 1/15 Georgia Southern W 1/18 * at Rollins L 1/20 * Florida Southern W 1/22 Northern Illinois L 1/26 Miami L 1/29 * at Tampa L 2/3 * at Florida Southern L 2/8 at Georgia Southern L 2/10 at Mercer L 2/13 * Tampa L 2/15 Belmont Abbey W 2/17 Mercer W 2/20 at Miami L 2/24 * Rollins L 2/26 ^ vs. Tulane L 2/29 Florida State L ^ - at Orlando, Fla. % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game

Date 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/9 12/11 12/14 12/21 1/3 1/6 1/7 1/13 1/16 1/21 1/25 1/27 1/29 2/4 2/8 2/10 2/15 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/24 2/27

1968-69 Overall Record: 14-12 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Opponent W/L at Rollins L at Mercer W at Louisville L Louisiana W ^ vs. The Citadel L Bethune-Cookman W Baldwin-Wallace W ^^ vs. New Hampshire L % Taylor W % Illinois State L at Jacksonville L at Florida Southern L Rider W at Tampa W Fairleigh-Dickinson W Miami L at Miami W Florida Southern W at Florida State L Mercer L Florida Presbyterian W Rollins W Mississippi W Jacksonville L Tampa W

Result 72-73 77-76 67-65 66-75 111-80 93-70 78-94 81-111 66-77 83-101 84-69 68-71 93-78 54-70 67-72 96-120 94-95 88-92 68-76 74-85 91-78 82-63 71-88 73-83 66-80 60-72

Result 72-77 82-80 69-84 69-65 74-87 89-87 98-84 90-94 107-94 91-92 74-85 80-84 74-69 92-69 99-85 90-98 87-83 89-79 67-95 93-97 106-79 97-77 120-89 86-96 98-75

3/1 Belmont Abbey % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ^ - at Winter Park, Fla. ^^ - at Orlando, Fla.

L

95-99

1969-70 Overall Record: 22-7 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 Rollins W 77-76 12/3 at UNLV L 92-95 12/5 at UC-Santa Barbara L 72-90 12/9 at North Texas State L 75-85 12/13 UNC Charlotte W 122-69 12/20 Rochester W 84-53 12/29 & vs. VMI W 62-61 12/30 & vs. Boston W 86-67 1/2 Armstrong State W 114 -80 1/5 % Lafayette W 82-78 1/6 % Georgetown (KY) W 98-75 1/10 Fairleigh Dickinson W 86-65 1/12 Tampa W 101-78 1/15 at Florida Southern W 93-71 1/17 ^ vs. #14 Louisville W 87-80 1/20 Florida Southern W 85-66 1/24 Miami W 116-88 1/29 Maine W 115-70 2/4 at Florida Presbyterian W 102-76 2/7 at Tampa L 92-102 2/14 at Rollins L 81-102 2/16 at Mercer W 91-60 2/21 at Miami W 95-86 2/23 Belmont Abbey W 103-86 2/26 Florida State L 64-94 2/28 Mercer W 74-78 3/6 # vs. Mount St. Mary’s W 78-77 3/7 # at Georgia Southern W 93-86 3/12 + vs. Buffalo State L 74-75 & - Gold Coast Classic (West Palm Beach, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ^ - at Orlando, Fla. # - NCAA South Atlantic Regional (Statesboro, Ga.) + NCAA College Division Finals (Evansville, Ind.) 1970-71 Overall Record: 19-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 St. Leo W 77-63 12/3 at Dartmouth L 71-79 12/5 at Providence L 57-77 12/9 Rollins W 88-67 12/12 Armstrong State W 96-72 12/18 Georgia State W 113-79 12/29 ! vs. Seton Hall L 60-61 12/30 ! vs. Rollins W 67-57 1/2 Lakeland W 78-64 1/4 % Brandis W 105-84 1/5 % Wisconsin-Green Bay L 66-67 1/7 McMurray W 77-63 1/16 at Mercer L 53-73 1/18 at Florida State L 71-78 1/22 at Florida Southern W 72-69 1/25 St. Peter’s W 93-84 1/30 Miami W 80-74 2/2 Wisconsin L 73-74 2/4 at Rollins W 97-81 2/6 Florida Presbyterian W 106-84 2/8 at Miami W 91-76 2/15 at Tulane L 85-97 2/18 Florida Southern W 82-75 2/20 Mercer W 78-64 2/24 Biscayne W 66-56 3/1 Chicago State W 103-80 3/12 # vs. Old Dominion L 65-89 3/13 # vs. Roanoke W 91-72 ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NCAA College Division Tournament, South Atlantic Regional (Norfolk, Va.)

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Date 12/1 12/3 12/6 12/7 12/9 12/11 12/17

1971-72 Overall Record: 6-20 NCAA University Division I Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Opponent W/L Result South Florida L 73-74 at Rollins W 83-80 & vs. Florida State L 54-90 & vs. Tennessee Tech L 66-67 at Oklahoma L 78-94 at Texas L 58-86 Baldwin-Wallace W 75-58

12/18 ^ vs. Tennessee Tech L 74-97 12/29 ! vs. William & Mary L 67-94 12/30 ! vs. Rollins L 81-82 1/3 % Lehigh W 58-57 1/4 % Georgia Southern L 68-73 1/6 Missouri-St. Louis L 69-74 1/8 Hartford W 100-96 1/10 Loras W 69-67 1/17 Monmouth L 73-84 1/22 at Florida Southern L 78-81 1/24 at Jacksonville L 84-107 1/26 ^ vs. The Citadel L 70-85 1/29 Rollins L 81-87 2/2 at South Carolina L 64-98 2/7 at The Citadel L 68-93 2/15 Florida Southern L 53-60 2/19 at South Florida L 79-100 2/26 ^ vs. Florida State L 47-49 2/28 Chicago State W 108-89 & - Civitan Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) ^ - at Winter Park, Fla. ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (Winter Park, Fla.) 1972-73 Overall Record: 15-11 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/2 at Western Kentucky L 83-91 12/4 at Tennessee Tech L 88-103 12/7 ^ vs. Oklahoma L 76-84 12/13 Rollins W 83-56 12/21 Illinois Wesleyan W 80-70 12/27 ! vs. Colgate W 69-68 12/28 ! vs. East Tennessee State L 58-80 1/2 % Bucknell W 59-55 1/3 % Florida Southern W 78-69 1/6 ^ vs. Arkansas State W 90-79 1/8 Lehigh W 84-78 1/13 Catholic (DBCC) W 82-80 1/15 St. Mary’s W 76-62 1/17 at Florida State L 67-84 1/23 New Hampshire W 101-92 1/25 ^ vs. Tulane L 63-76 1/31 ^ vs. Jacksonville L 74-78 2/3 College of Charleston W 95-52 2/6 at Clemson L 68-89 2/10 Ferris State W 81-68 2/14 Florida Southern W 52-50 2/17 at Georgia Tech W 81-70 2/19 at South Carolina L 52-81 2/22 at Florida Southern L 66-73 2/24 ^ vs. Marshall L 67-86 3/1 at Rollins W 85-83 ^ - at Winter Park, Fla. ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) DBCC - at Daytona Beach Community College 1973-74 Overall Record: 17-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/6 at UNLV L 50-66 12/8 at Texas Tech L 61-72 12/11 Lipscomb W 86-62 12/15 ^ vs. Tennessee Tech W 72-56 12/21 Illinois Wesleyan W 89-63 12/28 ! vs. Seton Hall W 102-76 12/29 ! vs. Bowling Green W 81-64 1/2 % St. Francis L 60-70 1/3 % Florida Tech W 86-68 1/5 ^ vs. Virginia W 78-76 1/10 Wright State W 64-61 1/12 at Arkansas State L 56-60 1/14 at Tulane L 58-64 1/18 at Southern Illinois L 72-74 1/21 at Marshall L 58-68 1/26 West Florida W 90-71 1/28 Baptist W 100-60 1/31 ^ vs. Oklahoma City W 89-81 2/2 ^^ vs. New Mexico W 67-65 2/5 at Florida Southern W 68-52 2/12 ^ vs. Southern Illinois L 67-76 2/14 at Rollins (ot) W 65-61 2/18 at Jacksonville L 62-71 2/21 Rollins W 61-57 2/23 Fairleigh Dickinson W 58-53 2/27 Florida Southern W 92-66 ^ - at Winter Park, Fla. ^^ - at Lakeland, Fla. ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.)

Year-By-Year Results % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 1974-75 Overall Record: 22-4 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/5 Marshall W 73-58 12/7 at California W 59-43 12/9 at New Mexico L 82-90 12/12 Western Kentucky W 68-66 12/20 Fairleigh Dickinson W 81-67 12/27 ! vs. Central Michigan L 77-78 12/28 ! vs. Rollins W 84-79 1/2 Yale W 79-66 1/4 Hartford W 109-73 1/6 % Lehigh W 72-57 1/7 % American (ot) W 71-65 1/10 Rochester W 108-78 1/18 Wright State W 62-38 1/20 at Arkansas State W 56-51 1/29 at Georgia Southern (ot) W 85-81 2/3 at Tennessee Tech W 74-61 2/5 at Southern Illinois L 60-95 2/8 Birmingham-Southern W 88-65 2/13 Northern Illinois W 88-47 2/15 Jacksonville W 48-47 2/18 Southern Illinois W 70-65 2/22 at Florida Southern W 83-77 2/24 Georgia Southern W 101-72 3/1 at Virginia L 58-60 3/3 Tulane W 99-74 3/5 Florida State W 63-54 ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 1975-76 Overall Record: 17-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/28 & vs. McNeese State (ot) L 81-84 11/29 & vs. Georgia Southern W 91-68 12/6 Georgia Southern W 92-80 12/8 St. Bernard W 81-66 12/11 at Florida State L 71-81 12/13 Baptist W 77-58 12/20 Tennessee Tech W 86-74 12/29 ! vs. Marshall W 91-85 12/30 ! vs. Rollins (ot) L 51-54 1/2 Rutgers L 70-91 1/5 % The Citadel W 66-60 1/6 % Mercer W 58-47 1/9 @ vs. American L 45-49 1/10 @ vs. Columbia W 93-84 1/12 at Marshall W 75-68 1/17 Wright State W 70-66 1/21 Jacksonville L 59-66 1/24 at Georgia Southern W 79-66 1/30 Biscayne W 83-81 2/7 Florida A&M W 72-64 2/10 at Jacksonville L 51-57 2/12 Samford W 86-69 2/16 at Northern Illinois L 68-80 2/19 Florida Southern W 84-71 2/28 Arkansas State W 75-71 3/3 South Alabama L 61-74 & - New Orleans Classic (New Orleans, La.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) @ - Connecticut Classic (Storrs, Ct.)

Date 11/27 11/29 12/3 12/4 12/6 12/10 12/11 12/18 12/20 12/29 12/30 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/18 1/22 1/27 1/29 2/3 2/5

1976-77 Overall Record: 15-12 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Opponent W/L Result at South Alabama W 66-65 at Samford L 69-74 & vs. Denver L 63-65 & vs. Robert Morris W 70-60 at Tennessee Tech L 89-91 % Long Island W 57-47 % St. Francis W 76-75 Clemson L 64-78 Austin Peay (ot) L 66-68 ! vs. Fordham W 68-56 ! vs. Western Kentucky (ot) W 71-70 The Citadel L 71-67 Marshall W 74-63 Hardin-Simmons W 97-74 at Georgia Southern L 72-73 Southwestern Louisiana L 67-74 at South Florida W 57-56 at UNC Wilmington W 78-71 at Richmond L 60-69 Baptist W 83-73 South Florida L 54-55

2/7 at Jacksonville W 60-54 2/12 Florida State (ot) L 80-87 2/16 Jacksonville W 86-68 2/19 UNC Wilmington W 86-78 2/26 Georgia Southern W 78-72 2/28 Old Dominion L 72-79 & - Indiana Hall of Fame (Terre Haute, Ind.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) 1977-78 Overall Record: 14-13 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/26 at Southwestern Louisiana L 85-89 11/30 at Ohio State L 71-108 12/2 Brown W 84-75 12/3 Manhattan L 88-92 12/7 Bethune-Cookman W 71-66 12/9 % Arkansas State W 71-55 12/10 % New Orleans L 61-84 12/21 at South Florida L 63-69 12/23 Colorado L 53-65 12/28 ! vs. William & Mary L 60-61 12/29 ! vs. Bowling Green W 78-66 1/3 Richmond W 73-56 1/7 St. Xavier W 102-92 1/14 Maine W 53-49 1/16 SUNY-Fredonia State W 76-49 1/20 at Jacksonville L 52-63 1/25 at South Carolina W 81-59 1/28 Samford W 62-56 2/4 at Clemson L 65-85 2/6 at George Washington L 73-96 2/9 Mercer W 66-65 2/11 South Florida W 86-74 2/13 Furman L 71-77 2/15 at LaSalle L 72-77 2/18 Northwest Louisiana W 85-70 2/22 at Mercer L 64-68 3/1 Campbell W 92-78 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) 1978-79 Overall Record: 15-12 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/25 at UNLV L 83-84 11/27 at Colorado L 71-74 11/30 ^ vs. UNC Wilmington L 82-92 12/2 Ohio L 95-98 12/6 Jacksonville W 83-71 12/8 Cleveland State L 61-64 12/9 East Carolina W 107-82 12/20 Chicago W 96-52 12/22 LaSalle W 90-76 12/28 ! vs. American (2ot) L 94-98 12/29 ! vs. VMI W 98-89 1/4 Evansville W 76-73 1/6 Columbia (ot) L 78-81 1/10 at South Florida W 56-54 1/13 at Mercer W 82-75 1/15 at Furman W 91-85 1/20 Campbell W 105-99 1/22 South Florida W 100-89 1/27 George Washington W 91-90 2/5 at Old Dominion L 94-97 2/7 at Richmond L 88-101 2/10 Air Force W 67-62 2/13 at Marquette L 78-86 2/17 at Oral Roberts L 97-126 2/19 at Samford W 77-75 2/23 South Carolina (2ot) W 86-82 2/28 Mercer L 81-82 ^ - at Gainesville, Fla. ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.)

Date 11/30 12/4 12/8 12/15 12/17 12/18 12/20 12/22 1/2 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/12

1979-80 Overall Record: 15-12 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Opponent W/L Result Indiana-Southeast W 85-68 at Jacksonville L 63-75 Ohio State L 50-69 SIU-Edwardsville W 93-81 ! vs. Manhattan W 101-82 ! vs. Rollins W 84-68 Duquesne L 67-76 Catholic W 92-81 % Houston Baptist L 68-69 % Lehigh W 69-56 Dickinson W 91-56 Buffalo W 82-62 at LaSalle L 64-74

1/14 at George Washington L 79-97 1/17 Mercer W 92-70 1/21 South Florida W 76-70 1/24 at Air Force L 57-58 1/26 at Samford L 75-77 1/30 at Mercer L 56-75 2/4 Old Dominion L 64-66 2/9 Oral Roberts W 81-75 2/11 Samford W 68-65 2/14 Jacksonville L 56-60 2/16 George Mason W 110-90 2/18 at South Florida L 72-81 2/20 Marquette W 77-72 2/27 Florida A&M W 80-70 ! - Tangerine Bowl Classic (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 1980-81 Overall Record: 18-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/29 at Duke L 49-67 12/1 Otterbein W 79-77 12/5 % Appalachian State W 65-58 12/6 % Florida A&M L 74-80 12/12 ! vs. Hofstra W 76-72 12/13 ! vs. UCF (2ot) L 73-75 12/18 at South Florida L 72-73 1/5 Robert Morris W 77-66 1/7 Westchester State W 88-73 1/8 Siena W 80-71 1/10 SUNY-Buffalo W 79-50 1/12 Southwestern Louisiana W 85-71 1/17 at Southwestern Louisiana L 75-96 1/19 at Samford L 75-83 1/24 at Duquesne L 58-59 1/26 at Old Dominion L 65-75 1/31 at Mercer (ot) W 63-62 2/3 Jacksonville W 64-51 2/5 at Georgia Southern W 81-77 2/12 Mercer W 76-71 2/14 Samford W 88-66 2/17 at Jacksonville (ot) W 56-54 2/21 Bethune-Cookman W 73-54 2/23 South Florida W 54-45 2/25 Georgia Southern W 106-83 2/28 New Orleans W 77-64 3/4 at Marquette L 58-91 ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 1981-82 Overall Record: 12-15 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/27 & vs. Ball State W 63-47 11/28 & vs. Clemson L 72-79 12/2 at Auburn L 59-60 12/5 Mercer L 72-75 12/8 George Washington W 75-68 12/11 ! vs. Navy W 80-56 12/12 ! vs. Niagara W 80-57 12/21 @ at UNLV L 59-66 12/22 @ vs. Idaho L 60-70 1/4 % Morehead State W 68-61 1/5 % New Orleans W 67-66 1/7 Robert Morris W 80-76 1/11 Baltimore W 65-62 1/16 SUNY-Fredonia W 97-60 1/18 Southwestern Louisiana W 77-69 1/21 at New Orleans L 64-82 1/23 at Southwestern Louisiana L 54-72 1/28 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 72-61 1/30 at Mercer (ot) L 76-77 2/3 Bethune-Cookman L 76-82 2/10 Duke W 88-81 2/15 Jacksonville L 84-98 2/18 at West Virginia L 60-68 2/20 Old Dominion L 66-68 2/23 at Jacksonville L 59-60 2/27 LaSalle L 69-71 3/6 Marquette L 61-72 & - IPTAY Tournament (Clemson, S.C.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) @ - Rebel Roundup (Las Vegas, Nev.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.)

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Date 11/29 12/4 12/6 12/10

1982-83 Overall Record: 19-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Opponent W/L Result Bethune-Cookman W 85-51 St. Francis (N.Y.) W 64-62 Auburn W 59-58 % Tennessee Tech W 68-67

12/11 % Georgia State W 64-63 12/18 Dartmouth W 64-61 12/21 West Virginia W 76-69 12/29 ! vs. Temple W 79-73 12/30 ! vs. Purdue L 60-61 1/3 Fordham L 56-57 1/5 Richmond L 52-53 1/8 at Mercer L 80-81 1/11 Utica W 65-50 1/13 at Marshall W 68-65 1/15 at Samford W 93-70 1/18 Mercer W 74-73 1/24 at New Orleans W 78-72 1/25 at Southwestern Louisiana L 69-71 1/27 Eckerd W 77-67 2/7 at Cincinnati L 59-67 2/10 Samford W 52-50 2/12 New Orleans W 72-70 2/16 at Duke L 80-89 2/21 Southwestern Louisiana L 72-74 2/23 Saint Leo W 99-76 2/26 Ferris State W 85-74 3/1 at Marquette (ot) L 66-69 3/5 Baptist W 69-68 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 1983-84 Overall Record: 19-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/26 at Florida W 77-73 11/28 Mississippi College W 68-67 12/6 Mercer W 91-76 12/9 % Georgia Southern W 81-68 12/10 % Houston Baptist W 71-63 12/16 & at Houston L 71-92 12/17 & vs. Santa Clara L 60-73 12/21 Florida A&M W 94-72 12/29 ! vs. UCF W 74-58 12/30 ! vs. South Carolina L 51-64 1/2 Hartford W 69-55 1/4 Army W 69-51 1/7 Campbell W 76-58 1/14 New Orleans L 56-58 1/16 Baptist W 63-61 1/18 at Mercer W 70-68 1/21 at UNC Wilmington W 44-43 1/25 Armstrong State W 44-72 2/4 at New Orleans L 57-64 2/6 at Southwestern Louisiana W 66-59 2/9 Bethune-Cookman W 105-58 2/11 Southwestern Louisiana (ot) L 69-73 2/15 Duke L 69-80 2/18 at Marquette L 55-69 2/22 at Furman L 61-64 2/25 Georgia State W 79-62 2/27 UNC Wilmington W 57-47 3/3 at Georgia State W 90-69 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) & - Houston Kettle Classic (Houston, Tex.) ! - Citrus Bowl Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 1984-85 Overall Record: 12-16 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/24 at Auburn L 50-92 11/26 Furman W 60-58 11/29 Presbyterian L 63-66 12/4 Mercer L 71-89 12/7 % Marist W 59-57 12/8 % East Tennessee State W 65-55 12/14 & vs. St. Joseph’s (Pa.) L 55-57 12/15 & vs. Western Kentucky L 47-70 12/20 Tennessee-Martin L 61-75 12/22 Florida (OCCC) L 54-70 12/27 ! vs. Florida A&M W 66-56 12/28 ! vs. Ohio State L 67-73 1/3 North Carolina (OCCC) L 71-85 1/5 St. Joseph’s (Me.) W 94-60 1/9 Brown W 71-68 1/12 Southwestern Louisiana L 65-77 1/14 at Pan American W 66-59 1/16 at Mercer W 61-53 1/23 Armstrong State W 74-64 1/28 New Orleans W 90-74 2/2 at New Orleans L 61-70 2/4 at Southwestern Louisiana L 72-89 2/11 Bethune-Cookman W 100-83 2/13 at Duke L 51-94 2/16 at UCF W 71-64 2/23 UCF L 60-66 2/25 Pan American L 64-74 3/3 at Oral Roberts L 76-93

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) & - Indiana Classic (Bloomington, Ind.) ! - Florida Citrus Bowl Tourament (Orlando, Fla.) OCCC - Orange County Civic Center 1985-86 Overall Record: 10-18 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/26 at Purdue L 52-88 11/30 Mercer W 75-72 12/2 Bethune-Cookman W 103-78 12/6 % Brooklyn W 76-69 12/7 % Loyola L 62-69 12/14 Auburn (OC) L 54-77 12/16 Northeastern L 61-75 12/29 Dartmouth W 79-53 12/21 Rider W 71-63 12/30 at Florida L 66-69 1/2 Xavier L 70-77 1/4 Fordham (OC) L 61-71 1/9 Towson State W 61 -60 1/11 at Rollins W 80-70 1/18 at Texas-San Antonio L 91-93 1/20 at Texas-Pan American L 54-77 1/28 at Mercer L 53-67 2/1 at New Orleans L 52-64 2/3 at Southwestern Louisiana L 55-83 2/6 New Orleans L 60-78 2/8 Texas-San Antonio W 68-64 2/11 #2 Duke (OC) L 66-85 2/15 at UCF W 87-81 2/19 Marquette (OC) L 63-68 2/22 Southwestern Louisiana L 69-82 2/24 Texas-Pan American L 69-73 3/1 at Wake Forest L 61-69 3/5 UCF W 87-59 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) OC - Ocean Center 1986-87 Overall Record: 18-13 (13-5 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/28 Purdue (OC) L 65-97 12/1 Florida (OC) L 75-98 12/3 at North Carolina L 64-100 12/6 * at Centenary W 82-64 12/15 Cincinnati W 60-55 12/19 @ Eastern Kentucky (OC) W 88-68 12/20 @ Georgia (OC) L 83-94 1/3 * at Mercer W 57-56 1/5 * at Georgia State L 61-71 1/10 * at Georgia Southern L 64-65 1/12 at Florida State L 75-83 1/15 * Centenary W 100-78 1/17 * Houtson Baptist W 78-77 1/24 * at Arkansas-Little Rock L 71-72 1/26 * at Houston Baptist L 66-76 1/29 * Hardin-Simmons W 94-74 1/31 * Texas-San Antonio W 79-75 2/2 at Duke L 59-62 2/4 * Mercer W 71-65 2/5 * at Samford W 72-60 2/7 at Marquette L 68-76 2/9 * Georgia State W 91-86 2/12 * Georgia Southern W 68-61 2/16 * at Hardin-Simmons W 76-63 2/17 * at Texas-San Antonio W 80-69 2/21 at Chaminade W 77-72 2/26 * Samford W 65-63 2/28 * Arkansas-Little Rock L 64-66 3/5 $ vs. Mercer W 75-68 3/6 $ vs. Houston Baptist W 73-68 3/7 $ vs. Georgia Southern L 46-49 OC - Ocean Center @ - Hawaiian Tropic Classic (Daytona Beach, Fla.) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.) 1987-88 Overall Record: 13-15 (8-10 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L 11/27 Rollins W 11/30 Bethune-Cookman W 12/3 at North Carolina L 12/16 Florida State (OC) L 12/18 Georgia Southwestern W 12/22 Northeastern W 12/30 Southern Illinois W 1/2 * at Hardin-Simmons W 1/4 * at Texas-San Antonio L 1/7 * Mercer W

Stetson University

Result 70-61 90-63 74-86 67-80 98-52 78-73 98-96 71-68 62-81 79-67

1/9 * Georgia State W 95-79 1/16 * at Georgia Southern L 51-74 1/21 * at Centenary L 85-94 1/23 * at Houston Baptist L 66-67 1/25 Duke (OC) L 78-81 1/28 * Samford W 80-67 1/30 * Arkansas-Little Rock W 86-68 2/4 * Hardin-Simmons L 77-81 2/6 * Texas-San Antonio L 72-74 2/8 Marquette (OC) L 57-70 2/11 * at Mercer L 74-86 2/13 * at Georgia State L 58-64 2/20 * Georgia Southern L 58-61 2/25 * Centenary W 90-65 2/27 * Houston Baptist W 65-49 3/3 * at Samford W 86-75 3/5 * at Arkansas-Little Rock L 81-125 3/10 $ Texas-San Antonio (OC) L 74-78 OC - Ocean Center $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Daytona Beach, Fla.) 1988-89 Overall Record: 17-12 (10-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/26 * at Houston Baptist W 77-71 11/30 at Bethune-Cookman W 79-68 12/5 at Duke L 62-90 12/7 Western Michigan W 82-73 12/9 at Florida State L 74-91 12/17 * at Arkansas-Little Rock L 70-88 12/19 * at Samford W 87-68 12/30 William & Mary W 91-82 1/2 Liberty W 88-66 1/5 * Mercer W 81-64 1/7 * Georgia State L 82-90 1/11 Wake Forest (OC) L 73-84 1/14 * Georgia Southern L 56-60 1/16 South Florida W 75-73 1/19 * at Hardin-Simmons W 80-54 1/21 * at Texas-San Antonio W 82-78 1/26 * Centenary W 82-78 1/28 * Houston Baptist W 61-54 2/4 * at Georgia State L 69-75 2/6 * at Mercer L 76-83 2/11 * at Georgia Southern L 67-76 2/16 * Texas-San Antonio L 88-95 2/18 * Hardin-Simmons W 95-69 2/25 * at Centenary L 79-85 2/27 Oral Roberts (OC) W 94-83 3/2 * Arkansas-Little Rock W 87-78 3/4 * Samford W 70-65 3/7 $ vs. Georgia State W 106-63 3/8 $ at Arkansas-Little Rock L 59 -60 OC - Ocean Center $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.) 1989-90 Overall Record: 15-17 (8-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L 11/24 @ vs. Bradley W 11/25 @ vs. Clemson L 11/26 @ vs. Eastern Michigan L 11/29 Eckerd W 12/1 & vs. Loyola Marymount L 12/2 & vs. Campbell W 12/5 at South Florida L 12/8 % Bethune-Cookman W 12/9 % Eastern Michigan L 12/16 * Hardin-Simmons W 12/18 * Texas-San Antonio L 12/20 Drexel W 12/22 at Florida State L 12/30 Texas L 1/4 * at Samford W 1/6 * at Arkansas-Little Rock L 1/13 * Georgia Southern L 1/18 * Centenary L 1/25 * at Georgia State L 1/27 * at Mercer W 2/1 * Arkansas-Little Rock L 2/3 * Samford W 2/10 * at Georgia Southern L 2/12 Duke (OA) L 2/17 * at Centenary L 2/22 * Mercer W 2/24 * Georgia State W 2/27 at Bethune-Cookman W 3/1 * at Hardin-Simmons W 3/3 * at Texas-San Antonio W 3/6 $ vs. Georgia Southern W 3/7 $ vs. Centenary (ot) L

Result 74-67 61-62 83-88 75-74 95-125 77-63 54-68 116-87 82-89 66-64 74-90 87-77 83-92 82-102 79-77 62-64 70-71 97-112 64-82 68-58 89-92 82-75 66-75 67-102 88-114 78-70 92-83 113-95 92-80 87-83 80-55 93-97

@ - Puerto Rico Shootout (San Juan, Puerto Rico) & - Gator Bowl Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) OA - Orlando Arena $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.) 1990-91 Overall Record: 15-16 (9-5 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L 11/24 at Purdue W 11/26 at Florida International L 11/30 % Hofstra L 12/1 % Bethune-Cookman W 12/4 at UNC Wilmington L 12/6 Bethune-Cookman L 12/15 at South Florida L 12/21 at Brigham Young W 12/28 & vs. California W 12/29 & vs. Pittsburgh L 12/30 & vs. Wichita State L 1/4 South Florida L 1/9 at Bethune-Cookman W 1/12 * at Georgia Southern L 1/14 Florida State (OA) L 1/19 * at Georgia State W 1/21 * at Mercer W 1/24 * Centenary W 1/26 * Texas-San Antonio L 1/31 * at Samford W 2/2 * at Arkansas-Little Rock W 2/9 * Georgia Southern L 2/14 * Mercer W 2/16 * Georgia State W 2/18 Florida International W 2/21 * at Centenary L 2/23 * at Texas-San Antonio L 2/25 at Texas L 2/28 * Samford W 3/2 * Arkansas-Little Rock W 3/5 $ Georgia State L % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) & - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hi.) OA - Orlando Arena $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (DeLand, Fla.)

Result 58-56 84-88 62-64 63-60 58-62 72-73 61-63 77-75 69-66 69-84 58-69 71-72 84-73 67-71 64-69 84-69 83-54 93-63 87-103 80-70 69-61 62-78 68-55 70-61 89-67 87-94 80-87 83-96 81-59 89-74 64-70

1991-92 Overall Record: 11-17 (6-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/22 at South Florida L 75-91 11/25 Bethune-Cookman W 106-85 11/27 Delaware L 85-103 11/30 Saint Leo W 143-125 12/6 % UNC Ashville W 91-88 12/7 % Monmouth L 66-87 12/17 at Purdue L 75-101 12/21 UNC Wilmington L 87-90 12/30 Iona (ot) L 102-105 1/2 Radford L 57-66 1/4 at Ole Miss L 64-84 1/8 Barry W 82-79 1/11 * at Florida International L 62-78 1/16 * Samford W 71-70 1/18 * Georgia State W 81-73 1/23 * at Centenary L 64-69 1/25 * at Southeastern Louisiana W 85-81 1/30 * Georgia Southern L 67-103 2/1 * Mercer W 87-78 2/8 * Florida International (ot) L 65-68 2/13 * at Samford L 59-75 2/15 * at Georgia State L 66-71 2/17 Southern Methodist W 83-63 2/20 * Centenary W 91-88 2/22 * Southeastern Louisiana W 80-75 2/27 * at Georgia Southern L 76-104 2/29 * at Mercer L 66-79 3/6 $ vs. Samford L 44-58 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Statesboro, Ga.)

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1992-93 Overall Record: 14-13 (6-6 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L 12/1 at Florida L 12/4 % Bethune-Cookman W 12/5 % Central Michigan L 12/11 & vs. Michigan State L 12/12 & vs. Cal St.-Northridge L 12/19 McNeese State L 12/30 at Southern Methodist L 1/2 St. Joseph’s W

Result 52-70 2-0 F 83-84 59-78 61-65 74-80 77-87 82-75

1/4 Buffalo (ot) W 89-82 1/7 at Bethune-Cookman W 82-79 1/9 * Florida International L 63-66 1/11 Florida Atlantic W 63-60 1/14 * at Samford L 71-88 1/16 * at Georgia State L 81-93 1/18 UCF W 98-81 1/21 * Centenary W 81-77 1/23 * Southeastern Louisiana W 83-77 1/30 * at Mercer L 70-75 2/1 North Florida W 95-75 2/6 * at Florida International L 75-82 2/11 * Samford W 76-57 2/13 * Georgia State L 89-100 2/15 South Florida (OA) L 73-89 2/18 * at Centenary (ot) W 95-82 2/20 * at Southeastern Louisiana W 79-74 2/27 * Mercer W 94-87 3/2 at UCF W 95-82 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) & - Los Angeles Classic (Los Angeles, Calif.) OA - Orlando Arena 1993-94 Overall Record: 14-15 (9-7 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dan Hipsher Date Opponent W/L Result 11/27 at Jacksonville L 69-95 11/30 at South Florida L 55-62 12/11 at Florida L 44-90 12/13 Florida Atlantic W 94-78 12/18 West Florida W 89-66 12/29 % Rider L 67-69 12/30 % Northeastern W 81-72 1/6 * at Georgia State W 69-63 1/8 * at Samford W 43-40 1/13 * Mercer W 67-63 1/15 * College of Charleston L 48-53 1/17 * at Florida International W 75-67 1/22 * UCF (ot) L 91-96 1/27 * at Southeastern Louisiana L 76-88 1/29 * at Centenary L 73-90 1/31 at Georgia L 61-79 2/3 * Samford W 56-52 2/5 * Georgia State L 61-80 2/7 at Florida Atlantic (ot) L 78-82 2/10 * Florida International W 61-58 2/12 * at Mercer W 80-71 2/14 * at College of Charleston L 47-70 2/16 South Florida (OA) L 58-82 2/19 * at UCF L 77-82 2/26 * Centenary W 77-67 2/28 * Southeastern Louisiana W 74-71 3/3 $ vs. Southeastern La. W 91-61 3/4 $ vs. Samford W 54-42 3/5 $ at Central Florida L 67-70 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) OA - Orlando Arena $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 1994-95 Overall Record: 15-12 (11-5 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dan Hipsher Date Opponent W/L 11/25 at Florida L 11/30 Jacksonville L 12/7 at Furman W 12/10 Embry-Riddle W 12/20 Radford W 12/22 DePaul L 12/29 % at Toledo L 12/30 % vs. Texas Southern W 1/5 * UCF (ot) W 1/7 * Campbell W 1/9 * at College of Charleston L 1/12 at Florida Atlantic L 1/14 * Centenary W 1/19 * at Florida International W 1/21 * at UCF W 1/23 * Samford W 1/28 * at Southeastern Louisiana W 1/30 * at Centenary (ot) L 2/4 * Mercer L 2/6 * Southeastern Louisiana W 2/8 Florida Atlantic L 2/11 * at Mercer W 2/16 * College of Charleston L 2/18 * at Georgia State W 2/20 * at Samford W 2/25 * Florida International L 3/2 $ vs. Florida International L % - Holiday Classic (Toledo, Ohio) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)

Result 64-73 77-89 70-66 72-69 87-78 69-98 66-73 91-77 83-80 78-58 59-73 66-73 94-60 76-69 78-65 83-62 90-85 83-86 83-87 83-71 63-65 92-79 62-73 67-64 90-80 61-62 56-63

Year-By-Year Results 1995-96 Overall Record: 10-17 (6-10 A-Sun) Head Coach: Randy Brown Date Opponent W/L 11/24 % at Stanford L 11/25 % vs. Yale W 11/29 at DePaul L 12/4 at Jacksonville L 12/9 Embry-Riddle W 12/16 West Florida W 12/20 at Florida L 12/22 Mississippi Valley State L 12/28 Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 12/30 Furman W 1/4 * at Samford L 1/6 * at Jacksonville State L 1/11 * Southeastern Louisiana L 1/13 * Centenary W 1/18 * Georgia State W 1/20 * at Mercer L 1/25 * Florida International W 1/27 * Florida Atlantic W 2/1 * at Campbell W 2/3 * at College of Charleston L 2/5 * UCF L 2/8 * Campbell L 2/10 * College of Charleston L 2/17 * at UCF L 2/22 * at Florida Atlantic L 2/24 * at Florida International W 2/29 $ Campbell L % - Stanford Classic (Palo Alto, Calif.) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (DeLand, Fla.)

Result 60-92 78-58 57-90 66-74 76-53 85-65 46-78 61-81 57-73 66-53 54-56 67-96 79-94 96-83 73-61 67-77 87-68 84-76 75-62 50-63 66-75 50-53 58-68 62-73 72-83 82-73 59-67

1996-97 Overall Record: 9-18 (5-11 A-Sun) Head Coach: Randy Brown Date Opponent W/L Result 11/23 Palm Beach Atlantic W 80-68 11/25 at Furman L 49-53 11/27 William & Mary W 73-68 11/30 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 56-68 12/2 Tennessee Temple W 76-58 12/14 at Florida L 47-57 12/17 at Ole Miss L 50-78 12/21 Youngstown State L 54-72 12/28 Southern Methodist L 52-72 12/30 The Citadel W 52-50 1/2 * Samford L 45-46 1/4 * Jacksonville State W 86-78 1/9 * at Southeastern Louisiana L 62-64 1/11 * at Centenary W 68-62 1/16 * at Georgia State (ot) L 52-57 1/18 * Mercer W 75-67 1/23 * at Florida International L 72-78 125 * at Florida Atlantic L 55-72 1/30 * Campbell L 66-80 2/1 * College of Charleston L 56-77 2/3 * at UCF W 71-59 2/6 * at Campbell L 66-78 2/8 * at College of Charleston L 44-62 2/15 * UCF W 85-70 2/20 * Florida Atlantic L 60-62 2/22 * Florida International L 77-85 2/27 $ vs. Samford L 51-60 $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Charleston, SC) 1997-98 Overall Record: 11-15 (8-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Murray Arnold Date Opponent W/L 11/15 at William & Mary L 11/17 West Florida L 11/21 at Florida L 11/29 Furman (ot) W 12/4 Bethune-Cookman W 12/13 at The Citadel L 12/20 Catholic W 12/28 at Southern Methodist L 12/29 at Rice L 1/3 * at Georgia State W 1/5 * at Mercer W 1/10 * Centenary W 1/12 * Troy State W 1/15 * Jacksonville State L 1/17 * at Samford L 1/22 * Campbell W 1/24 * College of Charleston L 1/29 * at Florida Atlantic W 1/31 * at Florida International L 2/2 * at UCF L

Result 51-72 79-81 69-79 75-73 69-65 64-77 86-70 45-76 55-75 69-65 76-64 83-70 83-67 58-61 79-98 82-60 63-67 60-57 80-101 74-77

2/5 * Florida International L 60-73 2/7 * Florida Atlantic W 81-61 2/14 * UCF L 84-88 2/19 * at College of Charleston L 53-67 2/21 * at Campell W 78-75 2/26 $ vs. Georgia State L 59-80 $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Charleston, SC) 1998-99 Overall Record: 14-13 (10-6 A-Sun) Head Coach: Murray Arnold Date Opponent W/L Result 11/14 at Furman L 59-66 11/16 at #24 Clemson L 39-66 11/21 Flagler W 89-64 11/25 Charleston Southern W 82-74 11/28 at Tulane L 60-80 12/5 The Citadel W 83-60 12/9 at Bethune-Cookman L 65-71 12/19 Belmont L 60-71 12/21 at Notre Dame L 55-79 12/29 Anderson (SC) W 73-40 1/4 * Centenary W 68-55 1/7 * at Jacksonville W 62-47 1/11 * at Centenary L 77-85 1/14 * at Florida Atlantic W 73-57 1/16 * at UCF L 65-84 1/21 * Troy State W 86-73 1/23 * Mercer W 85-67 1/28 * at Campbell W 83-67 1/30 * at Georgia State L 61-76 2/4 * Jacksonville State W 59-44 2/6 * Samford L 66-73 2/9 * UCF L 68-80 2/13 * at Troy State W 80-76 2/15 * at Mercer W 60-43 2/18 * Florida Atlantic W 87-61 2/20 * Jacksonville (ot) L 61-62 2/25 $ vs. Centenary L 54-57 $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1999-2000 Overall Record: 13-15 (8-10 A-Sun) Head Coach: Murray Arnold Date Opponent W/L Result 11/20 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez W 79-51 11/22 Furman W 63-60 11/26 at NC State L 45-79 12/4 * Jacksonville State L 52-57 12/6 * at Mercer W 77-74 12/8 at The Citadel W 70-60 12/18 at Charleston Southern L 73-76 12/20 at Vanderbilt L 62-94 12/22 at Belmont W 67-57 12/28 & vs. Weber State L 81-82 12/29 & at Florida A&M W 66-62 1/4 * Samford L 57-73 1/8 * at Campbell L 60-66 1/10 * at Georgia State L 64-79 1/15 * at Jacksonville W 71-69 1/20 * Florida Atlantic W 76-56 1/22 * UCF W 88-86 1/24 * at Troy State L 64-75 1/29 * at Florida Atlantic W 73-62 1/31 * at UCF W 75-61 2/3 * Troy State W 88-71 2/5 * Mercer L 74-86 2/10 * at Samford L 57-92 2/12 * at Jacksonville State L 65-71 2/17 * Georgia State L 66-74 2/19 * Campbell L 61-67 2/24 * Jacksonville W 83-79 3/1 $ vs. Florida Atlantic L 56-66 & - Capital City Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.) 2000-01 Overall Record: 17-12 (11-7 A-Sun) Head Coach: Murray Arnold / Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/18 Elon W 75-46 11/21 Flagler W 89-67 11/27 at Charleston Southern W 85-59 12/2 * at Samford L 57-64 12/4 * Mercer (ot) L 76-80 12/7 at Western Carolina L 64-74 12/9 at Furman L 66-85 12/20 Birmingham-Southern W 84-68 12/28 at Southwest Mo. State W 80-76 12/30 at Missouri L 64-89 1/3 * at Jacksonville State L 66-69 1/6 * Georgia State W 71-66 1/8 * Campbell W 66-59

1/13 * Jacksonville W 1/17 * at UCF W 1/20 * at Florida Atlantic W 1/22 * Troy State (2ot) L 1/27 * UCF W 1/29 * Florida Atlantic W 2/1 * at Mercer L 2/3 * at Troy State W 2/8 * Jacksonville State W 2/10 * Samford W 2/15 * at Campbell W 2/17 * at Georgia State L 2/21 Belmont (2ot) L 2/24 * at Jacksonville L 3/1 $ vs. Mercer W 3/2 $ vs. Troy State L $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)

78-68 77-68 85-73 83-85 83-65 92-80 72-81 88-86 73-59 74-59 76-71 65-68 85-94 64-82 71-67 69-78

2001-02 Overall Record: 10-16 (7-13 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/17 Webber International W 87-57 11/19 at College of Charleston L 58-74 11/24 at Birmingham Southern W 82-69 11/29 * at Florida Atlantic L 71-82 12/1 * at Jacksonville L 57-67 12/6 Western Carolina (2ot) W 104-102 12/16 * Belmont W 106-95 12/22 at Texas Tech L 47-101 12/28 at #2 Florida L 66-94 1/2 * at UCF L 69-75 1/5 * Samford L 67-89 1/7 * Jacksonville State W 89-83 1/10 * at Georgia State L 73-89 1/12 * at Campbell L 82-91 1/17 * Troy State L 68-94 1/19 * Mercer W 76-71 1/22 * Jacksonville W 68-58 1/26 * at Troy State L 65-68 1/28 * at Mercer W 58-55 2/2 * Campbell W 72-69 2/4 * Georgia State L 79-94 2/7 * at Jacksonville State L 78-90 2/9 * at Samford L 50-57 2/14 * at Belmont (ot) W 82-79 2/21 * UCF L 65-78 2/23 * Florida Atlantic L 74-77 2002-03 Overall Record: 6-20 (4-12 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/24 at Colorado L 74-107 11/26 at Air Force Academy L 43-72 11/30 Charleston Southern L 62-68 12/2 at Birmingham Southern L 59-75 12/7 * at Jacksonville State (ot) L 82-101 12/15 #25 College of Charleston L 64-66 12/18 at Florida State L 76-93 12/28 & vs. Dartmouth L 74-86 12/29 & vs. New Hampshire W 75-69 1/4 * Mercer L 72-86 1/6 * Troy State L 81-85 1/10 * Jacksonville L 71-75 1/13 Lipscomb W 73-68 1/18 * at UCF L 70-82 1/20 * at Florida Atlantic L 64-71 1/23 * Gardner-Webb W 78-63 1/25 * Campbell W 69-57 1/31 * Georgia State L 71-78 2/6 * at Samford L 71-79 2/8 * at Belmont W 85-80 2/13 * Florida Atlantic W 83-78 2/15 * UCF L 82-90 2/17 at Lipscomb L 64-87 2/22 * at Jacksonville L 58-73 2/27 * at Troy State L 70-117 3/1 * at Mercer L 84-101 & - Poinsettia Holiday Classic (Greenville, S.C.)

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2003-04 Overall Record: 12-15 (10-10 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/21 Flagler W 78-56 11/24 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez W 74-60 12/2 at Miami L 70-91 12/6 at #2 Florida L 61-74 12/15 * at Troy State L 67-87 12/20 Colorado State L 70-79 12/30 #25 Florida State L 72-87

1/3 * at Lipscomb L 66-73 1/5 * at Belmont L 58-77 1/9 * UCF L 58-71 1/11 * Florida Atlantic (ot) W 91-89 1/14 * Jacksonville W 66-64 1/17 * at Gardner-Webb W 72-64 1/19 * at Campbell W 74-60 1/22 * Mercer W 77-68 1/24 * Georgia State L 62-93 1/27 * at Jacksonville L 74-80 1/30 * at Mercer L 62-76 2/1 * at Georgia State (ot) W 66-65 2/5 * Campbell W 75-72 2/7 * Gardner-Webb W 62-48 2/12 * at Florida Atlantic (ot2) W 76-72 2/14 * at UCF L 54-74 2/19 * Belmont L 67-88 2/21 * Lipscomb W 70-67 2/29 * Troy State L 66-68 3/4 $ vs. Georgia State L 47-55 $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) 2004-05 Overall Record: 10-17 (8-12 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L 11/19 Flagler W 11/26 at USF L 12/2 * Mercer L 12/4 * Georgia State W 12/8 at Florida L 12/18 at Miami (FL) L 12/23 at Florida State L 12/28 at Colorado State L 12/31 at Georgia W 1/3 * at Jacksonville W 1/7 * Troy L 1/9 * at Florida Atlantic (ot) L 1/11 * at UCF L 1/15 * Belmont W 1/17 * Lipscomb W 1/20 * at Gardner-Webb L 1/22 * at Campbell W 1/26 * Jacksonville L 1/29 * Gardner-Webb W 1/31 * Campbell W 2/3 * at Belmont L 2/5 * at Lipscomb W 2/10 * UCF L 2/12 * Florida Atlantic L 2/20 * at Troy L 2/25 * at Mercer (CSS) L 2/27 * at Georgia State L

Result 63-51 65-93 76-89 79-70 54-93 50-81 61-71 57-93 56-52 68-63 53-56 69-81 66-70 71-68 71-66 68-82 80-61 58-70 69-62 70-51 69-70 73-71 62-71 75-81 72-80 73-74 63-84

2005-06 Overall Record: 14-18 (11-9 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L 11/18 &at NC State L 11/19 &vs Delaware L 11/20 &vs The Citadel L 11/26 @ UCF L 12/1 *at Campbell L 12/3 *at Gardner-Webb L 12/6 USF L 12/17 ^at Georgetown L 12/20 at Florida State L 12/27 at Miami L 1/2 * North Florida W 1/5 * Jacksonville W 1/9 * at Florida Atlantic L 1/14 * at Belmont L 1/16 * at Lipscomb L 1/19 * East Tennessee State L 1/21 * Kennesaw State L 1/24 * Mercer (ot) L 1/28 * at East Tennessee State (ot) W 1/30 * at Kennesaw State W 2/2 Savannah State W 2/4 * Belmont L 2/6 * Lipscomb W 2/10 * at Mercer W 2/12 * Florida Atlantic W 2/15 at Savannah State W 2/17 * at North Florida (ot) W 2/19 * at Jacksonville W 2/23 *Campbell W 2/25 * Gardner-Webb W 3/2 $Florida Atlantic W 3/3 $Belmont L

Result 61-91 64-67 60-73 66-74 70-84 68-70 52-77 50-70 57-75 56-65 52-40 69-57 62-77 79-87 52-57 72-81 57-73 81-82 74-71 80-68 70-60 68-75 85-67 73-72 56-49 62-53 81-77 81-66 81-79 77-65 54-44 59-72

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results 2006-07 Overall Record: 11-20 (6-12 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/10 $ vs. Army L 68-80 11/11 $ vs. North Carolina A&T W 72-69 11/12 $ at Missouri L 45-66 11/18 at UCF L 60-73 11/20 Palm Beach Atlantic W 80-63 11/27 at USF L (2ot) 72-77 11/30 Kennesaw State* W 61-56 12/2 ETSU* L 61-75 12/5 Florida State L 63-82 12/16 at Miami L 64-89 12/20 at Florida L 67-88 12/23 at Savannah State W 58-46 12/30 Skidmore W 85-55 1/2 at Mercer* L 63-84 1/7 at Lipscomb* L 68-79 1/9 at Belmont* L 71-73 1/13 Gardner-Webb* L 64-77 1/15 Campbell* W 82-73 1/18 at North Florida* W (ot) 63-60 1/20 at Jacksonville* L 65-69 1/26 Mercer* L 66-78 2/1 Belmont* L 58-62 2/3 Lipscomb* W 69-67 2/8 at Campbell* L 82-104 2/10 at Gardner-Webb* L 48-73 2/13 Savannah State W 88-74 2/15 North Florida* W 74-63 2/18 Jacksonville* W 62-57 2/22 at ETSU* L 49-84 2/24 at Kennesaw State* L 67-72 3/1 vs. ETSU# L 61-77 $ John Thompson Classic, Columbia, MO * Atlantic Sun Conference Game # Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Game

2007-08 Overall Record: 16-16 (11-5 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L 11/9 Palm Beach Atlantic W 11/13 $ at UAB L 11/16 $ vs. Florida Atlantic L 11/17 $ vs. Rhode Island L 11/18 $ vs. Georgia Southern L 11/21 Bethune-Cookman W 11/27 at Florida L 11/30 at FSU L 12/3 at Bethune-Cookman L 12/17 at #22 Miami L 12/20 at Savannah State W 12/29 at Longwood L 12/31 Charleston Southern W 1/3 at Jacksonville* L 3ot 1/5 at North Florida* W ot 1/11 at FGCU* W 1/17 Kennesaw State* W 1/19 Mercer* W 1/21 Longwood W 1/24 at Gardner-Webb* L 1/26 at Campbell* W 1/31 Belmont* L 2/2 at Lipscomb* L 2/8 USC Upstate* W 2/10 ETSU* W 2/14 at Kennesaw State* L 2/16 at Mercer* W 2/19 Savannah State L ot 2/23 FGCU* W ot 2/28 North Florida* W 3/1 Jacksonville* W 3/6 # vs. Gardner Webb L

Result 56-54 49-86 62-68 65-80 55-68 62-51 48-71 59-72 51-52 53-89 70-62 76-78 76-70 94-98 71-69 70-62 66-54 76-74 68-60 50-55 57-52 75-83 53-77 72-64 68-56 67-75 75-73 60-63 69-66 73-56 81-64 63-82

$ Glenn Wilkes Classic Game * Atlantic Sun Conference Game # Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Game

Stetson University

2008-09 Overall Record: 13-17 (9-11 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/14 at Texas L 38-68 11/18 Bethune-Cookman W (ot) 64-58 11/20 at Florida State L 77-79 11/24 Johnson & Wales W 59-36 11/29 at Miami L 65-79 12/4 FGCU* W 76-71 12/15 Campbell* W 63-56 12/17 Webber International W 80-35 12/20 at Missouri L 44-78 12/30 at Florida L 57-78 1/3 at Belmont* L 57-82 1/5 at Lipscomb* W 76-68 1/8 at FGCU* L 76-85 1/10 ETSU* L 67-73 1/12 USC Upstate* W 56-50 1/16 at Kennesaw State* W 69-52 1/18 at Mercer* L (ot) 98-101 1/23 Jacksonville* L 61-84 1/25 North Florida* L 53-55 1/31 Lipscomb* W (ot) 85-81 2/2 Belmont* W 82-71 2/7 at USC Upstate* L 53-54 2/9 at ETSU* W 64-63 2/12 Savannah State W 66-52 2/14 Kennesaw State* W 59-39 2/16 Mercer* L (ot) 80-88 2/21 at North Florida* L 66-78 2/23 at Jacksonville* L 66-81 2/27 at Campbell* L 56-73 3/6 vs. ETSU# L 76-90

11/25 11/30 12/2 12/16 12/21 12/29 1/2 1/4 1/8 1/10 1/14 1/16 1/22 1/24 1/27 1/30 2/1 2/4 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/20 2/27

Palm Beach Atlantic at USC Upstate* at #18 Louisville Miami at Savannah State FGCU* at Lipscomb* at Belmont* Jacksonville* UNF* at ETSU* at Campbell* Mercer* Kennesaw State* at FGCU* at Mercer* at Kennesaw State* Campbell* ETSU* at UNF* at Jacksonville* Savannah State Belmont* Lipscomb* USC Upstate*

W L L L L W L L L L W L W L L L L L L W L L L L W

85-67 56-78 48-80 49-69 46-57 72-64 63-84 71-85 70-80 44-54 54-52 55-81 76-69 59-75 53-64 57-91 62-73 47-65 60-75 71-60 54-69 68-82 70-79 71-85 65-60

* Atlantic Sun Conference Game

* Atlantic Sun Conference Game # Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Game

2009-10 Overall Record: 7-22 (5-15 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L 11/13 Averett W 11/15 at Florida L 11/18 at Florida State L 11/21 at Charleston Southern L

Result 70-65 46-74 38-80 64-80

“The GUS Tradition” During the last media time out of every home game, the Hatter faithful initiate the traditional chant…”GUS…GUS…GUS” which was kicked off over 20 years ago. Leslie “Gus” Gibbs, a native of DeLand and owner of Gus Gibbs Clothing and Collectibles in Downtown DeLand publicly adopted Stetson more then two decades ago. Legend has it Jon “Paul” Peacock, a baseball player for Stetson, started the tradition of spelling out S-T-E-T-S-O-N at each of the basketball home games to rally the students and fans. Paul graduated in 1983, and the following November at the first home men’s basketball game vs. Mississippi College, Stetson was down by a basket with 18 seconds left on the clock. Gus leapt over the scorers table, ran out onto the court during a time out and spelled out Stetson. The crowd roared, and the team went on to win 68-67. Gus has continued the tradition at every home game since November 28, 1984. Let Gus inspire you to get out there and Back the Hats! 54

Coaching History Coach Glenn Wilkes - Mr. Stetson Basketball

Year-By-Year Summary Year 1900-01 1903-04 1907-08 1909-10 1911-12 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 Year

W-L Pct. Coach 2-1 .667 Unknown 1-2 .333 Unknown 1-0 1.000 Unknown 2-2 .500 Unknown 1-7 .125 Neil Jones 9-2 .818 Steve Jordan 4-8 .333 S.B. Jennings 14-2 .875 W. Hollander 12-9 .571 W. Hollander No Team (World War I) No Team (World War I) 11-2 .846 Pug Allen 5-2 .714 Pug Allen 1-3 .250 Pug Allen 3-6 .333 Pug Allen 9-6 .600 Pug Allen 8-5 .615 H. McQuillan 17-4 .806 H. McQuillan 5-4 .556 H. McQuillan 4-5 .444 H. McQuillan 8-4 .667 H. McQuillan 5-8 .385 H. McQuillan 13-6 .684 H. McQuillan 19-0 1.000 H. McQuillan 13-7 .650 H. McQuillan 11-11 .500 H. McQuillan 12-5 .706 H. McQuillan 13-4 .765 Chet Freeman 14-8 .636 Chet Freeman 12-5 .706 Chet Freeman Freeman/Cowell1 14-8 .636 9-9 .500 Ben Clemons 13-7 .650 Ben Clemons 11-3 .786 Brady Cowell No Team (World War II) No Team (World War II) No Team (World War II) 5-3 .625 Brady Cowell 11-10 .524 Ben Clemons 8-14 .364 Ben Clemons 2-23 .080 Ben Clemons 8-15 .348 Bob Trocolor 14-11 .560 Loren Ellis 16-4 .800 Jay Pattee 14-10 .583 Dick Morland 10-10 .500 Dick Morland 11-10 .524 Dick Morland 17-6 .739 Dick Morland 17-8 .680 Dick Morland 14-11 .560 Glenn Wilkes 17-11 .607 Glenn Wilkes 16-13 .552 Glenn Wilkes 20-7 .741 Glenn Wilkes 16-12 .571 Glenn Wilkes 15-13 .536 Glenn Wilkes W-L Pct. Coach

1963-64 16-9 1964-65 16-10 1965-66 13-12 1966-67 17-10 1967-68 8-18 1968-69 14-12 1969-70 22-7 1970-71 19-9 1971-72 6-20 1972-73 15-11 1973-74 17-9 1974-75 22-4 1975-76 17-9 1976-77 15-12 1977-78 14-13 1978-79 15-12 1979-80 15-12 1980-81 18-9 1981-82 12-15 1982-83 19-9 1983-84 19-9 1984-85 12-16 1985-86 10-18 1986-87 18-13 1987-88 13-15 1988-89 17-12 1989-90 15-17 1990-91 15-16 1991-92 11-17 1992-93 14-13 1993-94 14-15 1994-95 15-12 1995-96 10-17 1996-97 9-18 1997-98 11-15 1998-99 14-13 1999-00 13-15 2000-01 17-12 2001-02 10-16 2002-03 6-20 2003-04 12-15 2004-05 10-17 2005-06 14-18 2006-07 11-20 2007-08 16-16 2008-09 13-17 2009-10 7-22 Totals 1163-992

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For 36 years, Dr. Glenn Wilkes roamed the sidelines for Stetson University, leading the Hatters to an unparalleled era of success. The Wilkes era began in the 1957-58 season and ran consecutively through the 1992-93 campaign, a span of over three-and-a-half decades. He compiled a 552-435 (.559) overall record and finished with 27 winning seasons. He led the Hatters to a schoolrecord 22-win season in 1969-70 and again in 1974-75. Wilkes also took Stetson basketball from the NAIA ranks to the NCAA Division I level. In addition to his accomplishments on the court, Wilkes served the basketball community by sponsoring the first coaching clinic in the south, the first basketball clinic for boys, the first basketball clinic for girls, and the first officials’ clinic. He is also an author of four basketball-related books. Wilkes’ tenure at Stetson is still the ninth-longest in NCAA history at one school and his 987 games coached also ranks him 19th all-time. Wilkes, who also spent 23 years as the school’s Athletic Director, retired from coaching in 1993. One of the most highly respected coaches in the history of college basketball, Wilkes ranked among the NCAA’s Top 25 Division I coaches in all-time coaching wins prior to his retirement. Entering the 2003-04 season, Wilkes still ranked 64th on the all-time victories list. His players earned a total of 10 All-America awards and 17 played or are currently playing professionally. On December 2, 2004, Stetson honored its legendary coach by naming the floor at the Edmunds Center “The Glenn Wilkes Court.” For more on this event, see p. 67.

1 - Chet Freeman recorded an 8-3 record before leaving midway through season to pursue law career; Brady Cowell took over squad for the remainder of season and compiled a 6-4 mark. 2 - Murray Arnold retired after the season’s first eight games with a 4-4 record; Derek Waugh compiled a 13-8 record after taking over on Dec. 27, 2000.

All-Time Coaches Records (By Wins) Coach Glenn Wilkes Herbert McQuillan Derek Waugh Dick Morland Chet Freeman Ben Clemons Murray Arnold Dan Hipsher Horace T. “Pug” Allen William “Dutch” Hollander Brady Cowell Randy Brown Jay Pattee Loren Ellis A.A. “Steve” Jordan Bob Trocolor Unknowns S.B. Jennings Neil Jones Totals

Years 36/1957-93 11/1924-35 10/2000-10 5/1952-57 4/1935-39 5/1939-41, 46-49 4/1997-00 2/1993-95 5/1919-24 2/1915-17 2+/1939, 41-42, 45-46 2/1995-97 1/1951-52 1/1950-51 1/1913-14 1/1949-50 4/1901-10 1/1914-15 1/1911-12

Won 552 115 112 69 45 43 42 29 29 26 24 19 16 14 9 8 6 4 1 1163

Lost 435 59 169 44 22 64 47 27 19 11 8 35 4 11 2 15 5 8 7 992

Pct. .559 .661 .399 .611 .671 .402 .472 .518 .604 .702 .750 .352 .800 .560 .818 .348 .545 .333 .125 .540

Glenn Wilkes’ Major Coaching Wins Date 12/6/57 2/5/59 12/15/59 2/11/60 1/17/70 1/24/70 2/21/70 12/28/73 1/5/74 2/2/74 12/5/74 12/7/74 12/12/74 3/3/75

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Opponent Score Birmingham-So. (#1) .98-76 Miami . . . . . . . . . . . . 110-97 Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . .79-74 Miami . . . . . . . . . . . . .73-72 Louisville . . . . . . . . . . .87-80 Miami . . . . . . . . . . . . 116-88 Miami . . . . . . . . . . . . .95-86 Seton Hall . . . . . . . . . 102-76 Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . .78-76 New Mexico . . . . . . . .67-65 Marshall . . . . . . . . . . .73-58 California . . . . . . . . . .59-43 Western Kentucky. . . .68-66 Tulane . . . . . . . . . . . . .99-74

Date 3/5/75 1/25/78 2/23/79 2/20/80 2/10/81 12/6/81 12/21/81 12/29/81 11/26/83 12/15/86 12/2/89 11/24/90 12/21/90 12/28/90

Opponent Score Florida State . . . . . . . .63-54 South Carolina . . . . . .81-59 South Carolina . . . . . .86-82 Marquette . . . . . . . . . .77-72 Duke . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88-81 Auburn . . . . . . . . . . . .59-58 West Virginia. . . . . . . .76-69 Temple . . . . . . . . . . . .79-73 Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . .77-73 Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . .60-55 Campbell (win #500) . .77-63 Purdue . . . . . . . . . . . .58-56 Brigham Young . . . . .77-75 California . . . . . . . . . .69-66

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

All-Time Record vs. All Opponents Opponent Air Force Alabama Alabama-Birmingham American Anderson (SC) Appalachian State Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas State Armstrong State Army Auburn Austin Peay State Averett Ball State Baltimore Baldwin-Wallace Barry Belmont Belmont Abbey Beloit Bethune-Cookman Birmingham-Southern Biscayne Bowling Green Bradley Brandeis Brigham Young Brooklyn Brown Bucknell Buffalo Buffalo State California-Berkeley Cal.-Santa Barbara Cal State-Northridge Campbell Catholic Centenary UCF Central Michigan Chaminade Coll. of Charleston Charleston Southern Chicago State Chicago Cincinnati Citadel, The Clemson Cleveland State Colgate Colorado Colorado State Columbia Cumberland Dartmouth Davidson Dayton Delaware Denver DePaul DePauw Dickinson Drexel Duke Duquesne East Carolina East Tennesse State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eckerd Elon Embry-Riddle Emory and Henry Erskine Evansville Fairleigh Dickinson Ferris State Flagler Florida Florida A&M Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida International Florida Southern Florida State Fordham Fredonia State Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason

W-L 1-2 0-1 0-1 1-3 1-0 2-0 4-7 4-1 4-0 1-1 1-3 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 7-14 3-1 0-1 18-5 5-2 2-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 2-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 21-12 3-0 14-12 15-21 0-2 1-0 7-15 8-3 2-0 1-0 1-1 10-8 0-6 0-1 1-0 0-3 0-2 1-1 4-0 2-2 1-0 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-9 0-2 2-0 5-8 1-0 0-2 9-1 2-1 2-0 2-0 12-6 1-0 5-0 2-0 4-0 14-51 5-1 16-14 4-2 6-11 58-19 11-39 1-2 2-0 6-5 5-6 1-0

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Opponent George Washington Georgetown Georgetown (KY) Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Hardin-Simmons Hartford Hartwick High Point Hofstra Houston Houston Baptist Idaho State Illinois State Illinois Wesleyan Iona Jacksonville Jacksonville State Johnson & Wales (FL) Kennesaw State Kentucky Wesleyan LaSalle Lehigh Liberty Lipscomb Long Island Longwood Loras Louisiana Louisville Loyola (MD) Loyola Marymount MacMurray Maine Manhattan Marist Marquette Marshall McNeese State Memphis State Mercer Miami Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee State Milsaps Mississippi Mississippi College Mississippi Southern Mississippi State Mississippi Valley State Missouri Monmouth (Ill.) Monmouth (N.J.) Morehead State Murray State Navy Nevada-Las Vegas New Hampshire New Mexico New Orleans Newberry Niagara North Carolina North Carolina A&T UNC Asheville UNC Charlotte UNC Wilmington North Carolina State North Central (Ill.) North Florida North Texas State Northeastern Northern Illinois Northwestern State Notre Dame Oglethorpe Ohio State Ohio University Oklahoma Oklahoma City Old Dominion Oral Roberts Otterbein Pacific Luthern Palm Beach Atlantic Piedmont Pikeville

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Opponent Pittsburgh Presbyterian Providence Puerto Rico-Mayaguez Purdue Radford Rhode Island Rice Richmond Rider Roanoke Robert Morris Rochester Rollins Rutgers St. Bernard St. Francis (Pa.) St. Francis (N.Y.) St. Joseph’s (Maine) St. Joseph’s (Pa.) St. Leo St. Mary’s (Calif.) St. Peter’s St. Xavier Samford Savannah State Seton Hall Siena Skidmore South, Univ. of South Alabama South Carolina South Florida Southeastern Louisiana Southern Illinois Southern Methodist Southwest Missouri Southwestern Louisiana Spring Hill Stanford Tampa Taylor Temple Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech Tennessee Temple Tennessee Wesleyan Texas Texas-Austin TX-Pan American Texas-San Antonio Texas Southern Texas Tech Toledo Toronto Towson State Transylvania Trinity College Troy Tulane Union Utica USC Upstate Valdosta State Vanderbilt Virginia Virginia Military Inst. Wake Forest Washington Webber International Weber State West Florida Western Carolina Western Kentucky Western Michigan West Virginia Wichita State William & Mary William Carey William Jewell Wisconsin-Green Bay Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wittenberg Wofford Wright State Xavier Yale Youngstown St.

W-L 0-1 7-6 0-1 2-0 1-4 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-3 2-1 1-0 3-0 2-0 74-15 0-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 2-0 0-1 3-0 1-0 3-3 1-0 29-17 6-3 1-1 1-0 1-0 5-0 1-1 2-3 7-16 8-3 2-3 1-3 1-0 3-12 3-1 0-1 51-13 1-0 1-0 0-1 5-6 1-0 1-1 0-1 0-3 1-4 5-8 1-0 0-2 0-1 1-0 1-0 4-2 1-0 6-12 1-8 5-4 1-0 3-2 1-0 0-1 1-1 2-0 0-3 1-0 2-0 0-1 2-1 4-1 2-6 1-0 1-1 0-1 2-3 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-3 1- 0 13-13 3-0 0-1 1-0 0-1

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This Is . . . Stetson University

• Location - The DeLand campus is 35 miles from Orlando and 25 miles from Daytona Beach. • Faculty - 195 full-time, 95% with Ph.D. or equivalent. • Student Population - 59% female/41% male; 78% Florida/25% out-of-state; 3.4% foreign/14% minority. • Student Organizations - More than 100 organizations; student government, service, special interests, 17 scholastic and honorary societies, including Phi Beta Kappa. • Greek Life - The presence of eight (7) national fraternities and six (6) national sororities complements campus-wide activities.

The University ... Stetson University maintains a tradition of academic excellence within a friendly and informal atmosphere. Its spacious 170-acre campus, lined with palm and oak trees, is centrally located between two major Florida cities, Daytona Beach and Orlando. Stetson combines the best of two educational worlds: the variety of a university coupled with the concern for individual development found at a small college. Included in the diverse curriculum are 11 degree programs (five bachelors, six masters and post masters) and more than 60 majors. Stetson ranked second on the list of the South’s top regional universities for academic quality and sixth in the best value category, in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” for 2007. Stetson is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Academic programs are accredited by the American Bar Association, the National Association of Schools of Music, AACSB International, and the American Chemical Society. The College of Arts and Sciences was awarded the first private university Phi Beta Kappa chapter in Florida. The Faculty ... The Stetson “advantage” is its faculty. They know their fields of study: 95% of faculty members hold Ph.D. or equivalent degrees. More important, all of them teach undergraduates. The low student to faculty ratio, 12:1, means that Stetson’s 195 faculty members have more time for teaching and advising students. They are accessible and involved in their students’ personal development.

• Athletics - Stetson is an NCAA Division I member of the Atlantic Sun Conference. The athletic department sponsors 15 intercollegiate sports, including baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s crew, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and volleyball. The baseball and softball teams won A-Sun championships in 2007.

International Focus ... Through distinctive programs, such as Russian Studies, Latin American Studies, International Relations, the Washington Semester and the International Business Practicum, Stetson prepares students to succeed in the rapidly changing global marketplace. Several times each semester, dignitaries and leading scholars from around the world visit the campus to lecture and meet informally with the students. Former President Jimmy Carter, South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu and holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel have been among the lecturers at Stetson University.

• Admission: The academic criteria include a challenging high school curriculum. A 3.70 was the average GPA of incoming freshmen in 2007. The SAT range of the middle 50 percent of the 2007 entering first-year class was 10301240; the ACT range was 21-27.

Campus Life ... Campus living is important to Stetson students. Sharing experiences, having fun, learning to live in a community and taking responsibility for shaping residence hall life are all a part of the self-discovery process that makes Stetson exciting. Seventy-eight percent of Stetson students live on campus.

• Financial Assistance - Academics merit, scholarships, musical talent, athletic grants, need-based grants, loans and work-study, as well as monthly payment plans. • Academic Programs - There are over 60 majors and minors offered within Stetson’s three colleges and schools: the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Music, and the School of Business Administration.

The Students ... Over 2,000 undergraduates from more than 41 states and 40 foreign countries attend Stetson. Most entering students are at the top 25% of their high school class, and were deeply involved in school and community life. All have successfully completed a college preparatory program.

Academic Program ... The university awards the bachelor’s degree in arts, sciences, education, business administration, music, and music education. Master’s degrees are offered in accounting, business administration, couseling, education, and English. Facilities ... Stetson boasts a charming mix of historical and contemporary buildings. The heart of the campus is included in the Stetson University National Historic District, while the state-of-the-art Lynn Business Center houses the School of Business Administration on the five floors of modern classrooms, seminar rooms and faculty offices. The duPontBall Library houses extensive print collections and access to more than 100 subscription electronic databases and 11,000 full-text journals, as well as many computer workstations for student use. The Gillespie Museum of Minerals boasts the largest private collection of minerals outside the Smithsonian Institution. The Edmunds Center, a 4,000-seat athletic facility, provides two full-sized basketball courts, locker rooms and athletic department offices. The Hollis Center and Wilson Athletic Center provide Stetson students and student-athletes alike with excellent health and wellness opportunities.

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President Dr. Wendy B. Libby Stetson University entered a new era of leadership in July 2009 when Dr. Wendy B. Libby became the university’s ninth president. Formerly president of Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., the nation’s second-oldest women’s institution, Libby has had a broad career in higher education and private industry. An expert in strategic planning, she plans to build on Stetson’s values-centered heritage and tradition of academic excellence and community-engaged service learning while moving Stetson forward. Prior to her six years at Stephens College, Libby served as vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer at Furman University, Greenville, S.C., from 1995 to 2003. She has 28 years of administrative and teaching experience in higher education, at institutions including Westbrook College (now part of the University of New England), the University of Hartford, the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, The Ohio State University and Cornell University. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Libby earned her doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of Connecticut. Her undergraduate degree, in Biology with a concentration in Genetics, is from Cornell University. She earned an MBA, with a

concentration in Finance, from Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Libby is a member of numerous higher education organizations. Last fall, she led a delegation of six college presidents in a visit to Ewha University in Seoul, South Korea. In honor of her outstanding leadership, Libby received the 2007 Athena Award from the Columbia (Mo.) Chamber of Commerce Women’s Network for her support of women in realizing their full leadership potential and for contributing to the quality of life in the community. In May, she received the 2009 Outstanding Higher Education Professional Alumni Award at the University of Connecticut. She and her husband, Dr. Richard M. Libby, have two sons, Glenn and wife Ginger, and Gregg and wife Lori, four grandchildren, a great-granddaughter, and three dogs. An avid reader, she enjoys cooking and entertaining.

Director of Athletics Jeff Altier Jeff Altier, a 26-year veteran of the Stetson University athletic department, is in his 14th year as Stetson’s Director of Athletics. During his tenure, Altier has earned a reputation as an outstanding fundraiser and a leader with an eye on the future, and is noted for his active participation in the NCAA governance structure. Altier, captain of the nationallyranked 1982 Hatter baseball team, earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Stetson. Upon wrapping up his Stetson baseball career, he spent two years as a player/coach developing the sport in Perth, Australia. He then returned to Stetson as an assistant coach before being promoted to Ticket Manager, Director of Athletic Promotions, and then Associate Athletic Director. In these rolls, he spearheaded the department’s development efforts as well as oversaw athletic marketing and promotions, concessions and travel coordination. He was named Director of Athletics in 1996. Altier also served as Tournament Manager for the NCAA Division I Southeast First and Second Round Men’s basketball tournament hosted by Stetson in 1993 and 1996 at the Orlando Arena, and as Tournament Director for the 1999 and 2004 tournament. Stetson has taken great strides in the area of gender equity under Altier, increasing scholarships, participation opportunities and staffing for women’s athletics. The unprecedented success of the women’s tennis, golf, soccer, basketball and softball teams in conference competition during Altier’s tenure are evidence of

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his commitment to women’s athletics. In fact, under his direction Stetson’s women’s and men’s teams have won an impressive 15 conference championships. A hallmark of Altier’s professional career was the building of Stetson’s $4.5 million baseball facility, Melching Field at Conrad Park. Built in conjunction with the City of DeLand, Melching Field is regarded as one of the nation’s premiere college baseball facilities. Altier then turned his attention to construction of an on-campus softball facility, which broke ground in 2002 and was ready for competition in February of 2003. The Patricia Wilson Field has been named Collegiate Softball Field of the Year four times. He was also instrumental in securing new state-of-the-art field lighting for both the softball and soccer fields in 2005. Under his guidance, the Athletic Department has seen the addition of the new Wilson Athletic Center, a $ 1.5 million health and wellness facility for the use of Stetson student-athletes. Altier’s leadership has extended beyond campus, as he has taken on Atlantic Sun Conference leadership roles, chairing many committees and serving as conference vice-president. Additionally, he has served on the National Association of College Directors of Athletics Division IAAA board of directors, the NCAA A.E.C. Cabinet and is currently a member of the prestigious NCAA Leadership Council. Locally he has served as president of the DeLand Rotary Club, vice-president of the DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association, and is a graduate of Leadership DeLand and Leadership Orlando. He is currently a member of the board of directors of the Central Florida Sports Commission. Altier was honored as the West Volusia Sportsperson of the Year for 2004. Altier’s family includes wife, Sarah (Booker) (Stetson B.A. ’82, M.Ed. ’96), and children Heath (Stetson M.B.A. ’09), Brianne, and Garrett.

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Men’s Basketball Support Staff Dean Watson

Jorie Tress

Sports Information Director

Assistant A.D. for Compliance

In his fourth year as Sports Information Director at Stetson University, Dean Watson oversees all publicity efforts for the Hatters’ 15 Division I athletic programs, including men’s basketball. Prior to his arrival at Stetson Watson spent seven years as the SID at Florida Tech a Division II university in Melbourne, Florida. He started his sports information career at his alma mater Saint Leo University in the late 1980’s where he was the Student SID under SI Consultant Walt Riddle. After graduating with a degree in Sports Management in 1990 he took a position as Assistant SID at the University of Nevada, a Division I institution in Reno. After three years at Nevada he became the head SID at Wayne State College in Nebraska before moving on to Florida Tech. Watson lives in Lake Mary with his wife the Reverend Meg Watson. They have four children Chris (27), Kim (26), Maggie (20) and Dean Jr (16).

Jorie Tress is in her fourth year as Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance at Stetson. She is responsible for educating the staff, coaches, student-athletes, boosters and alumni about the rules of the NCAA, Atlantic Sun Conference and Stetson University and ensuring compliance with those rules. Tress comes to Stetson with eight years of experience in practicing law, including the past three years as Assistant Attorney General in the state of Florida’s Economic Crimes Unit, headquartered in Orlando. Prior to that she was an associate attorney at the Orlando firm of Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell from 2003-04. From 1999-2003 Tress was an Assistant State Attorney in Viera and Fort Lauderdale Tress has a degree in Literature from North Florida and her J.D. from the Ohio State University College of Law. An Ohio native, she lives in Windermere with her husband John and 5-month old son, Shane.

Mike Bitter Richard Skeel

Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Mike Bitter is in his eleventh year as Stetson’s Faculty Athletics Representative. He is responsible for advising the University President on athletics matters and for monitoring the athletic department’s compliance with NCAA and conference rules and commitment to academic integrity and student-athlete welfare. A tenured Professor of Accounting, Bitter has taught at Stetson since 1996. He is a CPA licensed in the state of Florida. Bitter is an ex-officio member of the University Athletics Committee and Trustee Athletics Committee. He is also a member of the NCAA’s Amateurism Cabinet and an NCAA peer reviewer. He graduated from Stetson in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He earned his Master of Accountancy from the University of Florida in 1988, and completed his Doctor of Philosophy in Accounting from the University of Mississippi in 1994.

Senior Associate Athletic Director Senior Associate Athletic Director Richard Skeel is in his eleventh year at Stetson. In 2010 he started Stetson’s Club Sports Program which he still oversees. A 30-year+ athletics veteran, Skeel served six years as Director of NCAA Compliance and four seasons as head baseball coach at Bethune-Cookman College. He led the Wildcats to three Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championships and two NCAA postseason appearances. Skeel has also served as a coach / administrator at the University of Cincinnati, Xavier (OH) University, University of Louisville, SUNY-Albany, Sinclair Community College and Heidelberg College. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from Purdue and his Master’s degree from Bowling Green State. Richard and wife Brenda have five children, Eric, Brittney, Stephanie, Kirsten and Scott.

Royce Horak

Jan Usher

Director of Athletics Operations, Events & Facilities Horak is in his second year overseeing game management and the athletic facilities at Stetson. He received his B.S. in Finance from the UCF in 2000. Two years later he went on to earn his M.B.A. from Stetson University. While at Stetson he spent a season as a team manager for men’s basketball and worked as a graduate assistant in the sports information office. Horak moved on to Mississippi State University as a doctoral student in Strategic Management. At MSU, he also taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate classes. After teaching there for three years he moved back to South Florida where he taught Business English, Learning Strategies and various ESL classes at schools such as The Florida Language Center, Florida Atlantic University and Kaplan University (online). Horak was born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and grew up in Boca Raton.

Glenn Brickey Director of Sports Medicine

Michael Tucker Director of Athletic Development

Tom Birney Director of Sales & Advertising

Senior Woman Administrator Asst. Athletic Director for Academics A 17-year veteran of the Stetson Athletics department, Jan Usher is in her eighth year as Senior Woman Administrator. She oversees six athletic programs, is the liaison to Admissions and Financial Aid, tracks all incoming student-athletes through the NCAA Eligibility Center and performs numerous other pertinent tasks. Usher graduated from Stetson in 1981 with a Bachelor’s of Psychology. She has two daughters who attended Stetson, Jenny and Katie.

Lindsay Wightman Director of Tickets

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Laura Flemal Athletic Department Secretary

Robin Fisk Data Entry Specialist SWA/Sports Medicine

Stacy Turner Assistant to the Athletic Director

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The J. Ollie Edmunds Center The Stetson men’s basketball team has called the J. Ollie Edmunds Center home since 1974, but the Hatters have been anything but gracious hosts to their opponents. For the past 35 years, the Hatters have had just two losing seasons at home and have won 66 percent of their games, posting a 329-167 all-time record. The Edmunds Center opened its doors on Dec. 5, 1974, as Hatter fans witnessed a 73-58 Stetson victory over Marshall. SU went on to win the next game, and the next, and the next. In fact, the Hatters went a perfect 16-0 at home that season, and they won their first 20 consecutive games played at the Edmunds Center.

Year-By-Year Record at the Edmunds Center Year W-L Pct. 1974-75 ..............16-0 ............ 1.000 1975-76 ..............12-3 .............. .800 1976-77 ...............8-7 ............... .533 1977-78 ..............12-4 .............. .750 1978-79 ..............10-4 .............. .714 1979-80 ..............13-5 .............. .722 1980-81 ..............14-1 .............. .933 1981-82 ...............9-6 ............... .600 1982-83 ..............15-3 .............. .833 1983-84 ..............13-3 .............. .813 1984-85 ...............8-6 ............... .571 1985-86 ...............8-6 ............... .571 1986-87 ...............9-1 ............... .900 1987-88 ..............11-3 .............. .786 1988-89 ..............10-3 .............. .769 1989-90 ...............7-6 ............... .538 1990-91 ...............7-6 ............... .538 1991-92 ..............10-7 .............. .588 1992-93 ..............10-4 .............. .714 1993-94 ...............8-4 ............... .667 1994-95 ...............7-6 ............... .538 1995-96 ...............7-7 ............... .500 1996-97 ...............7-7 ............... .500 1997-98 ...............7-5 ............... .583 1998-99 ...............9-4 ............... .692 1999-00 ...............6-5 ............... .545 2000-01 ..............10-3 .............. .769 2001-02 ...............7-5 ............... .583 2002-03 ...............4-7 ............... .364 2003-04 ...............8-6 ............... .571 2004-05 ...............6-5 ............... .545 2005-06 ...............7-5 ................ 583 2006-07 ...............8-5 ............... .615 2007-08 ..............11-2 .............. .846 2008-09 ..............10-4 .............. .714 2009-10 ...............5-9 ................ 357 Total................329-167 ........... .663

Top Edmunds Center Crowds Since 2001 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

4,652 vs. Florida State (12-5-06) 4,584 vs. Florida State (12-30-03) 4,228 vs. UCF (2-10-05) 4,030 vs. UCF (1-27-01) 3,211 vs. UCF (1-9-04) 3,191 vs. Georgia State (1-31-03)

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Student Support - Back The Hats At Stetson, the student support for the basketball program is unmatched in the Atlantic Sun Conference. With near 25 percent of the student-body attending each home game, Stetson’s percentage of student attendance is one of the best in the country.

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The Glenn Wilkes Court

The Edmunds Center faithful cheer for Dr. Glenn Wilkes during the Dec. 2, 2004 halftime ceremony honoring

The late University President Doug Lee reads Stetson’s proclamation during the halftime ceremony.

On December 2, 2004, Stetson University honored its legendary coach Dr. Glenn Wilkes by naming the floor at the Edmunds Center “The Glenn Wilkes Court.” During a halftime ceremony of the Stetson-Mercer game, Wilkes was recognized with proclimations from Stetson University and the city of DeLand, he received a watercolor created by long-time university art professor Fred Messersmith, and was repeatedly applauded by thousands of his loyal fans and former athletes in the stands. “It was quite an honor,” Wilkes said after the game. “I enjoyed seeing many of my former players, some that I hadn’t seen in 25 or 30 years.” During his 36-year coaching career which came entirely at Stetson, Wilkes won over 550 games and completed 27 winning seasons.

Glenn Wilkes with his family (left to right) wife Jan, daughter Tara, son Rob and son Glenn Jr.

Coach Wilkes was interviewed by the local TV media prior to the event.

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Athletic Facilities In addition to the Edmunds Center, Stetson University boasts many other quality athletic facilities for Hatter student-athletes to train and compete. In the heart of downtown DeLand is Melching Field at Conrad Park, the home of the Hatter baseball team. At a cost of $4.5 million, the stadium is the result of a joint effort between Stetson University, DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association and the City of DeLand. The Hatters opened Melching Field with a 3-2 win over Louisville on Feb. 12, 1999 before a record crowd of 2,862 fans. Since then, Stetson has created quite a home field advantage. In their eight seasons to date at Melching Field, the Hatters have posted a 293142 record, good for a .674 winning percentage. Full-service concessions stands greet visitors upon their entrance to the park on Woodland Boulevard. The stadium is completely handicapped accessible and features excellent site lines from anywhere in the grandstand. A new, state-of-the-art scoreboard is located in left field and is equipped with a message center board and graphics. The stadium is outfitted with a $150,000 sound system. Stetson University alumna Luella Nichols Melching of Coral Gables donated $500,000 to name the field in honor of her late husband R. Dale Melching, a member of the Stetson class of 1944.

Located in downtown DeLand, Melching Field at Conrad Park is one of the finest collegiate baseball stadiums in the South.

Luella Nichols Melching, a Hatter cheerleader during her Stetson years and lifelong sports fan, said her husband would be proud to see the family name on the field at the modern baseball complex. With a red brick and stucco facade and green metal roof, the stadium at Conrad Park resembles many buildings on Stetson’s campus. A state-of-the-art lighting system provides sufficient infield and outfield lighting for television night games. In addition, the stadium features a modern press box, complete with two VIP viewing rooms, two radio booths, a television broadcast room and a working press area. Down the street is the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center, home of the Stetson men’s and women’s tennis programs. Located on the eastside of the DeLand campus, the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center was completed in late 1996. The state-of-the-art facility is named in honor of Mandy Marie Stoll who was the tennis team’s top player when she was killed in an automobile accident in April 1988 during her junior year. During her three years as a member of the Stetson tennis team, she set school records of 20 consecutive wins and 27 wins in one season.

Built in 1996, the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center is home to the Stetson men’s and women’s tennis teams.

The facility includes six courts, with plans for six additional courts in the future, a kiosk, three gazebos and courtside bleachers. A stateof-the-art scoreboard is being added in 2011. Three of the six courts have been named: one for Mary Estella Palmer McNamara, the late wife of SU trustee Dennis McNamara of Orlando and a Stetson graduate; one in honor of former Stetson tennis coach Vicky Pate, also a Stetson alumna; and one in memory of Mandy Stoll. The Mandy Stoll Tennis Center has served as the host location for five Atlantic Sun Conference Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships, most recently in 2010. Adjacent to the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center is the Stetson Soccer Complex. In 2006, the full dugouts and a media tower were added as Stetson hosted the Atlantic Sun Conference Men’s Tournament. The Hatters hosted again in 2007. The Stetson softball team has played seven seasons on its beautiful, new on-campus facility, and with tremendous success. The Hatters won their first 18 games on Patricia Wilson Field in 2003 and have a combined home record of 240-92 (.723). The sparking facility features spacious dugouts, multiple bullpen and batting cage areas, a state-of-the-art scoreboard, a brilliant lighting system for playing night games, and a concession area. A press box was added in 2007 and locker rooms/offices in 2008. The numerous golf courses in Florida provide the men’s and women’s golf teams with ample places to play. The Hatters host tournaments every year its home site of Victoria Hills Golf Club, including the 2005, 2006 and 2009 Atlantic Sun Conference Women’s Golf Championships. Also, the cross country teams host a meet every October at the Sperling Sports Complex, and the crew team practices and competes at nearby Lake Beresford.

Patricia Wilson Field; Stetson Softball’s beautiful on-campus facility.

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Sports Medicine / Strength and Conditioning • The Stetson University Sports Medicine staff is under the direction of the head team physician, three associate physicians, and full time certified athletic trainers providing a full complement of services to enhance the physical performance and personal healthcare of each student-athlete. • The sports medicine staff is located in the athletic training room of the Wilson Athletic Center. The athletic training room is a 2,500 square-foot facility dedicated to the healthcare of all student-athletes. • The sports medicine staff is focused on identifying and preventing athletic injuries through the use of a complete line of evaluation tools including a state of the art isokinetic testing and rehabilitation device. • The division of sports medicine utilizes a wide array of physicians, counselors, and other allied health care professionals to assist our student-athletes in all aspects of their healthcare, growth, and development. • The sports medicine staff includes an in-house Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and an affiliation with All Star Sports Performance to enhance our strength and conditioning programs for all of our student athletes. • The basketball program makes full use of the 2,500 sq. ft. weight room located in the Wilson Athletic Center. The facility is stocked with over 9,000 pounds of free weights and selectorized equipment. • A full-time certified athletic trainer is on site for all in season practices, games, weight training, and conditioning sessions.

Stetson Sports Medicine Staff “I had a high school coach tell me that if he had to pick one division I school in the state to have on his side in a boxing match, he would pick Stetson. I want us to be the biggest, strongest, toughest team in our league and I belive most years we accomplish that.” Head Coach Derek Waugh

Glenn Brickey Director of Sports Medicine

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Dan Riegle Asst.Trainer, ATC,LAT Strength & Conditioning

Christina To Assistant Athletic Trainer, ATC,LAT

Adam Deimling Assistant Athletic Trainer, ATC,LAT

2010-11 Men’s Basketball

The Atlantic Sun Conference For more than 30 years the Atlantic Sun Conference has stood for achievement with integrity in both the academic and athletic arenas with a focus on the balance between the two for its student-athletes. The A-Sun boasts a blend of the most dynamic and prestigious private and public institutions in the region, with all committed to the conference goal of Building Winners for Life. BUILDING Continuing a tradition of academic achievement, a record 60 percent of all student-athletes earned All-Academic status during the 2009-10 academic year. Lipscomb edged out Belmont, the seven-time winner of the All-Academic Trophy, to win its first such trophy with close to 72 percent of its the student-athletes achieving All-Academic status with grade point averages of a 3.00, or better. Several Bisons teams received national recognition for their success in the classroom. Both the men’s and women’s track & field teams posted team GPAs among the top five in the nation - the only school in the country to boast that distinction. Jacksonville’s women’s track team received their ninth straight USTFCCCA All-Academic honor. Lipscomb’s women’s basketball team posted the ninth best GPA in the country and the conference champion volleyball team led five A-Sun schools in receiving an AVCA Team Academic Award. The Stetson men’s tennis team led the nation with nine student-athletes earning the honor of Scholar Athlete from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. A total of five A-Sun schools and 24 student-athletes received recogntion from the ITA. Stetson and Belmont joined only 16 other Division I schools considered an All-Academic squad in both men’s and women’s tennis. For the first time the NCAA released single-year APR for Division I head coaches in six sports dating back to 2003-04, the beginning of the program. All 11 A-Sun schools produced a coach who had a year of a perfect score of 1000 and the league produced a total of 25 seasons with scores of 1000. Seven of the conference’s men’s and women’s basketball recorded at least one score of 1000 and five teams had a score of 1000 in 2008-09, the most recent year recorded by the NCAA. WINNERS Four A-Sun teams received Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association All-Sports Trophies in recognition of their performances in NCAA postseason play. Lipscomb’s softball team, ETSU’s men’s tennis squad plus UNF’s men’s golf team and women’s tennis carried the conference to the third-highest total by any one conference. Golf continued to boom in the conference as three league members on the women’s side advanced to NCAA play for the first time in conference play. Women’s golf became the first sport in the conference to produce three NCAA participants since baseball in 2003. At the NCAA Regionals, ETSU’s Nina Muehl opened with an 8-under 64, the single lowest round carded in all of Division I golf and became just the second golfer from the A-Sun to earn a spot in the NCAA Championships

conference’s fourth first-round pick in the last two years. ETSU’s Paul Hoilman contended for the national triple crown and burst onto the national scene by winning the first-ever home run derby competition - contested at historic Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb. Mercer’s Jacob Tanis finished one RBI shy of the national lead in pacing the Bears back to the top of the A-Sun for the first time in more than 25 years. In softball, two hurlers established themselves among the best in the nation. Lipscomb’s Whitney Kiihnl and USC Upstate’s Morgan Childers each topped the 30-win mark - a first for the conference. The two traded the national lead in ERA throughout the season and when the year came to a close, Kiihnl finished with the best mark in the nation with Childers taking a close second. Kiihnl and Childers ranked second and third in the country in fewest hits allowed per seven innings. For the first time in league history, the conference’s last remaining charter member, Mercer, hosted the General Shale Brick Basketball Championships. The hosts advanced to the final of the men’s event setting up a standing-room-only event at the University Center against ETSU. In the end the Buccaneers won back-to-back titles. Jacksonville advanced to the NIT for the straight second year and provided the league’s first win in the event since 1996 when Ben Smith connected on a game-winning 3-pointer in the final seconds to stun top-seeded Arizona State. On the women’s side ETSU became the third A-Sun school to win three straight titles, FGCU advanced to the WNIT for a third consecutive year and USC Upstate registered its first 20-win season as a Divisioon I program. FOR LIFE Alums from the Atlantic Sun, both recent and historic continued to excel at the highest levels. Within the span of three days, FGCU produced its first two major league baseball players. Two pitchers of the Eagles’ 2008 A-Sun Championship squad, Casey Coleman and Sale, took their talents to Chicago as Coleman broke in with the Cubs and Sale soared through the White Sox system after spending less than two months in the minors. In late June, former Stetson All-American Chris Johnson returned to the Astros lineup and hit over .380 his first two months as a regular. On the links, former ETSU star Rhys Davies has posted a solid rookie season on the European Tour. In the spring he picked up his first win and added back-to-back runner-up finishes to move into the top 50 in the world for the first time as a professional. One of his second-place showings occurred at the Wales Open where he closed with a record nine-under-par round 62 on the Ryder Cup course at the Celtic Manor. His stellar play placed Davies eighth on ESPN’s “Top 25 Golfers Under 25” list. The conference will have representation at the Ryder Cup as former league individual champion Colin Montgomerie (1985 with former member Houston Baptist) will captain the European team. Montgomerie will be the second conference alum to lead a Ryder Cup squad. Hal Sutton (Centenary) served as captain for the United States in 2004.

The Ospreys’ men’s golf team spent the year ranked among the top programs in the country alongside ETSU. Both advanced to NCAA postseason play and the Ospreys made the nationals for the first time as a conference member. Sophomore Sean Dale earned AllAmerica honors and qualified for the US Amateur, as did his teammates Kevin Alywin and Kevin Phelan. Phelan opened his summer by qualifying for the US Open at Pebble Beach. ETSU’s Rhys Enoch tied for the individual title at the NCAA East Regional and his play carried into summer as he made his second Palmer Cup team and advanced all the way to the quarterfinals of the British Amateur. Individual performances stood out on the diamond as FGCU’s Chris Sale became a consensus All-America en route to becoming the

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2010-11 Stetson Men’s Basketball Schedule DATE DAY 11/4 Thu. 11/12 Fri. 11/16 Tue. 11/23 Tue. 11/26 Fri. 11/30 Tue. 12/2 Thu. 12/4 Sat. 12/12 Sun. 12/15 Wed. 12/21 Tue. 12/22 Wed. 12/23 Thu. 1/3 Mon. 1/5 Wed. 1/8 Sat. 1/10 Mon. 1/14 Fri. 1/16 Sun. 1/18 Tue. 1/22 Sat. 1/25 Tue. 1/28 Fri. 1/30 Sun. 2/4 Fri. 2/6 Sun. 2/10 Thu. 2/12 Sat. 2/17 Thu. 2/21 Mon. 2/24 Thu. 2/26 Sat. 3/2-5 W-S

OPPONENT Florida Tech (Exhibition) Wake Forest Bethune-Cookman UCF Palm Beach Atlantic Savannah State Jacksonville* UNF* Miami^ Florida State Rice^ Akron^ Arkansas-Little Rock^ Lipscomb* Belmont* USC Upstate* ETSU* Mercer* Kennesaw State* Savannah State Campbell* FGCU* Lipscomb* Belmont* USC Upstate* ETSU* Mercer* Kennesaw State* Campbell* FGCU* UNF* Jacksonville* A-Sun Tournament

LOCATION Edmunds Center Winston-Salem, N.C. Daytona Beach, Fla. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Coral Gables, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Spartanburg, S.C. Johnson City, Tenn. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Savannah, Ga. Buies Creek, N.C. Edmunds Center Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Macon, Ga. Kennesaw, Ga. Edmunds Center Fort Myers, Fla. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Macon, Ga.

TIME 8:15 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:15 pm 7:00 pm 4:00 pm 9:00 pm 3:00 pm 5:15 pm 7:00 pm 7:15 pm 7:15 pm 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:15 pm 7:00 pm 8:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 7:15 pm 7:30 pm 7:15 pm 7:00 pm TBA

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* Atlantic Sun Conference Game

(All Times Eastern)

^ Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic (South Point Arena)

(DH) Doubleheader with women’s team

(CSS) Televised on Comcast Sports Southeast

(FS-FL) Televised on Fox Sports Florida


2010-11 Stetson Men's Basketball Media Guide