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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS

Media Information

UD Basketball on the Internet.............................................................1 Credential/Interview Policies..............................................................2 Media Services...................................................................................2 Blue Hen Radio Network.....................................................................3

2013-14 Season

2013-14 Roster..................................................................................4 2013-14 Quick Facts..........................................................................5 2013-14 Schedule............................................................................14

Coaching Staff

           

Head Coach Monté Ross.................................................................. 7-9 Associate Head Coach Jeff Rafferty...................................................10 Assistant Coach Phil Martelli, Jr.........................................................11 Assistant Coach Chris Cheeks.............................................................12 Director of Basketball Operations Saul Rafel-Frankel.........................13 Player Development Coach David Baylor...........................................14

Meet the Fightin’ Blue Hens

Devon Saddler........................................................................... 15-17 Carl Baptiste.............................................................................. 18-19 Davon Usher....................................................................................20 Tommy Williams...............................................................................21 Kyle Anderson............................................................................ 22-24 Jarvis Threatt............................................................................. 25-27 Tom Allshouse............................................................................ 28-29 Marvin King-Davis...................................................................... 30-31 Sean Locke / Dylan Miller................................................................32 Maurice Jeffers / Barnett Harris.......................................................33 Cazmon Hayes / Devonne Pinkard...................................................34

2012-13 Review

2012-13 Statistics.....................................................................35 2012-13 Results.......................................................................36 2012-13 Team Highs/Lows.......................................................36 2012-13 Individual Highs for UD & Opponents..........................37 2012-13 Game-by-Game P-R-A Chart........................................38 2012-13 Game Recaps.........................................................39-47

UD Basketball on the ‘Net All University of Delaware football, men’s basketball, and women’s basketball games can be heard via Real Audio. Fans can log onto the University of Delaware’s athletics web site at www.bluehens.com and hyperlink to The 94.7 FM WDSD or The Ticket – AM 1290 website to hear all of the basketball action. Many UD athletics events are broadcast by WVUD and WVUD2, the University’s radio and internet broadcast student stations. A hyperlink is also available to link to the WVUD and WVUD2 broadcasts on www.bluehens.com for all events that the student stations are broadcasting. All University of Delaware information (news, stats and game stories) is also available on the net at www.bluehens.com. The site is updated on a daily basis, with game stories and cumulative stastics available generally one hour after each game. In addition, University of Delaware football and men’s and women’s basketball media notes are available on the internet. The notes are on the internet in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader (available for free at www.adobe.com). Notes are usually available either the day before or morning of a game. Additionally, live stats for all University of Delaware home games will be available on the website. A complete running play-by-play and box score for each game can be viewed at the website. Also live video is available for all home games at www.bluehens.com.

Colonial Athletic Association Info

The Colonial Athletic Association................................................48 2012-13 Standings/All-Conference Teams.................................49 2012-13 Individual/Team Stat Leaders.................................50-52

Delaware in the Postseason

Fightin’ Blue Hens in Conference Tournaments...........................53 Fightin’ Blue Hens in NCAA/NIT.................................................54

Opponents

Series Records vs. 2013-14 Opponents.................................55-56 Series Records vs. All Opponents................................................57

University Information

University of Delaware.........................................................58-59 UD Athletic Facilities.............................................................60-61

Records / History

The Bob Carpenter Center..........................................................62 Attendance Records...................................................................63 Bob Carpenter Center Records...................................................64 Fightin’ Blue Hens Year-by-Year.................................................65 Honored Fightin’ Blue Hens.......................................................66 Fightin’ Blue Hen Records....................................................67-81 Fightin Blue Hen Results.....................................................82-100 Fightin’ Blue Hens in Overtime................................................111 Fightin’ Blue Hen Letterwinners........................................102-104

About This Media Guide The 2013-14 University of Delaware Men’s Basketball Media Guide is a publication of the University of Delaware Athletics Media Relations office. This guide was designed using Adobe InDesign 5.0.4 and Photoshop 10.0.1 on Macintosh Computers. Designed, written, and edited by: Kevin Tritt, University of Delaware Assistant Sports Information Director. Photos by UD Photo Services, Mark Campbell, Dave Yoblick, Ed Davis, Bryan Davis, Ernie Turpin, UD Athletics Media Relations, Scott McAllister, and Bob Burleigh. ALL 2012-13 ACTION PHOTOS COURTESY OF MARK CAMPBELL.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER - The University of Delaware is committed to assuring equal opportunity to all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, gender, genetic information, age, religion, national origin, veteran or disability status, or sexual orientation in its educational programs, activities, admissions, or employment practices as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other applicable statutes. Inquiries concerning the above should be referred to the Office of Equity and Inclusion, (302) 831-8735, located at 305 Hullihen Hall.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION

Credentials/Press Row

Requests for press credentials and parking passes should be made to Scott Selheimer, Athletics Media Relations Office, University of Delaware, Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, DE 19716. Please make arrangements at least two days in advance of each game. Press Row at the Bob Carpenter Center/Acierno Arena is located at courtside opposite the player and game officials’ benches. All press guests are required to show a pass for admittance to the arena. The media entrance is located in the rear of the building on the east side of the Bob Carpenter Center.

Internet Services

Delaware sports information is available on the internet at www. bluehens.com. Statistics, Real Audio links, game notes, live in-game stats (for home games and select road games), and much more can be found at the site.

Broadcast Accommodations

Facilities are available for radio broadcasting from Press Row. Stations intending to broadcast the contests should notify the Athletics Media Relations Office as far in advance of the game as possible. Three business phone lines are available for visiting broadcasters, including an ISDN line. 94.7 FM WDSD in Wilmington, Del. and members of the Blue Hen Basketball Radio Network have the exclusive broadcast rights to all Delaware basketball games and as such are the official University of Delaware basketball commercial broadcast outlet in Delaware. Television stations wishing to broadcast should follow the procedure for radio broadcasting.

In-Game Services

Working media members will be provided with game programs, notes and other developments of interest during the game. Complete statistics will be distributed at halftime and following the game. In addition, courtside monitors provide up-to-date statistics throughout the game. Phones are available in the Press Room after halftime (Room 103 just off the main lobby) to all media needing to file stories and reports. Phones are also available at press row for the media upon request. Refreshments and pizza are served before each game in the Press Room (Room 103 or Room 104).

Gameday Interviews

Delaware head coach Monté Ross holds a press conference in the BCC auditorium approximately 10 minutes after the game following a cooling off period and his postgame show with the Blue Hen Basketball Radio Network. Selected players will also be available as well, usually while Coach Ross is conducting his radio interview. The University of Delaware locker room is closed to members of the media during regular season competition. Quote sheets will be done by the UD Athletics Media Relations staff for both teams, if requested, and will be available in the media room.

Pregame interview requests for players or coaches should also be made prior to gameday. Approval is on a case-by-case basis.

Non-Gameday Interviews

All requests to interview players or coaches during the week should be made through the Athletics Media Relations Office and at least one day in advance so that academic or athletic schedules are not disrupted.

CAA Media Teleconference

The CAA hosts a media teleconference on a weekly basis beginning on January 7 and running through March 4. The teleconference, which features all nine of the conference’s coaches in 10-minute slots, is held on Tuesday mornings from 10 a.m. to 11:30. This season Monté Ross is scheduled to take calls from 11:10 a.m. to 11:20 a.m. For more information, contact Kevin Tritt in the University of Delaware Athletics Media Relations Office or Rob Washburn at the CAA.

Caffé Gelato - 90 East Main Street, Newark (302-738-5811) Chick-fil-A - 1101 Quintilo Drive, Bear (302-834-4816)

Area Hotels & Restaurants

HOTELS Courtyard by Marriott at the University of Delaware (North campus); 400 David Hollowell Drive, Newark (302-737-0900) Comfort Suites 1750 Elkton Road, Elkton, Md. (443-350-9154)

Claymont Steak Shop - 57 Elkton Road, Newark (302-453-9500) Dunkin’ Donuts - 51 East Main Street, Newark (302-738-6732); 1002 South College Avenue, Newark (302-369-6447) Grotto Pizza - 45 East Main Street, Newark (302-369-0600); 280 College Square, Newark (302-369-2200)

Embassy Suites Newark - Wilmington South 654 South College Avenue, Newark (302-368-8000)

Hooters - 136 Astro Shopping Center, Newark (302-455-9464)

Sheraton Wilmington South 365 Airport Road, New Castle (302-328-6200)

Klondike Kate’s - 158 East Main Street, Newark (302-737-6100)

La Quinta Inn & Suites 304 Belle Hill Road, Elkton, Md. (410-620-9494)

McDonald’s - 815 South College Avenue, Newark (302-738-7857); 374 East Main Street, Newark (302-737-0502)

RESTAURANTS Applebee’s - 630 Suburban Drive, Newark (302-738-7230) Buffalo Wild Wings - 1887 Pulaski Highway, Newark (302-8323900); 100 Elkton Road, Newark (302-731-3145)

University of Delaware Media Relations Staff

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SCOTT SELHEIMER Assistant AD, Media Relations/ Sports Information Director 302-831-8007 selheime@udel.edu

KEVIN TRITT Assistant Sports Information Director 302-831-8715 ktritt@udel.edu

MAGGIE HAYON Assistant Sports Information Director 302-831-6389 mhayon@udel.edu

JESSICA CALDERONE Sports Information Assistant 302-831-6519 jesscald@udel.edu

LINDA BROCK Basketball/Media Relations Senior Secretary 302-831-2724 lindamac@udel.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION

Media Covering University of Delaware Basketball NEWSPAPERS WILMINGTON NEWS JOURNAL (Daily) DELAWARE STATE NEWS (Daily) DELAWARE REVIEW (Weekly) NEWARK POST (Weekly) CECIL WHIG (Mon.-Fri.) PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS (Mon.-Sat.) PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER (Daily)

Contact(s) Address Sports Editor: Jason Levine P.O. Box 15505, Wilmington, DE 19850 Staff: Kevin Tresolini, Martin Frank Andy Walter Box 737, Dover, DE 19901 Sports Editor Perkins Student Center, UD, Newark, DE 19716 Jon Buzby 168 East Elkton Road, Suite 206, Newark, DE 19711 John Davis 601 Bridge Street, Elkton, MD 21921 Mike Kern 400 North Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19101 Joe Juliano 400 North Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19101

WIRE SERVICES Contact(s) ASSOCIATED PRESS Dave Ginsburg SPORTS NETWORK TBA SPORTSTICKER TBA RADIO WDSD 94.7 FM / WILM 1450 AM (University of Delaware Flagship) WVUD (91.3 FM) - UD Student Radio WDEL (1150 AM), WSTW (93.7 FM) KYW Radio (1060 AM)

Address 222 St. Paul Place, Suite 400, Baltimore, MD 21202 2200 Byberry Road, Suite 200, Hatboro, PA 19040 Harborside Financial Center, 600 Plaza Two, Jersey City, NJ 07311-3992

Contact(s) Address Scott Klatzkin (Play by Play) 920 West Basin Road, Suite 400, New Castle, DE 19720 Glenn Frazer (Color) Sports Director Perkins Student Center, UD, Newark, DE 19716 Don Voltz, Sean Greene 2727 Shipley Road, Wilmington, DE 19803 Matt Leon Independence Mall East, Philadelphia, PA 19106

TELEVISION Contact(s) Address Comcast SportsNet (Philadelphia) TBA 1 CoreStates Complex, Philadelphia, PA 19148 University of Delaware Student TV Staff Perkins Student Center, UD, Newark, DE 19716 KYW-TV 3 (CBS) Beasley Reece 101 South Independence Mall East, Philadelphia, PA 19106 WPVI-TV 6 (ABC) Jeff Skversky, Keith Russell 4100 City Line Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19131 WCAU-TV 10 (NBC) John Clark 10 Monument Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA, 19004 WTXF-TV 29 (Fox) Joe Staszak 4th & Market Sts., Philadelphia, PA. 19106 WBOC-TV 16 (CBS) Scott Abraham P.O. Box 2057, Salisbury, MD 21802

The 2013-14 University of Delaware season will mark the 15th straight year of Blue Hen men’s basketball being broadcast on 94.7 WDSD. This season the University of Delaware, IMG College and Clear Channel Communications begin the third year of a five-year contract that extends through the 2015-2016 season. 94.7 FM WDSD, the only station with statewide coverage in Delaware, will once again be the flagship station for Blue Hen men’s basketball, with coverage throughout Delaware and parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Games can also be heard on the internet through the University of Delaware athletics homepage at www.bluehens.com and at www.wdsd.com, and on any smart phone device by using the iHeartRadio app. Scott Klatzkin and Bill Harman will provide the broadcast coverage for each men’s basketball game this season. A Newark, Delaware native, Klatzkin is serving in his second season as play-by-play voice of both Blue Hen football and men’s basketball in 2013-14. Prior to becoming the play-by-play broadcaster for his alma mater in 2012, Klatzkin spent the previous four seasons broadcasting Delaware State University football and basketball, as well as the Delaware High School football and basketball “Game of the Week” on 1290 The Ticket, WWTX-AM. A 2007 graduate of the University of Delaware, Klatzkin previously provided play-by-play for the Blue Hens while serving as Sports Director of student radio station, WVUD-FM, as an undergraduate. He returned to work with Delaware in 2011 as co-host of “Blue Hens Beat,” the web based show airing bi-weekly on BlueHens.com. Klatzkin continues to work with the University through the Hens All-Access website and as host to many Blue Hens events and banquets.

Phone Fax 302-324-2919 302-324-2298 302-324-2807 302-674-3605 302-674-4752 302-831-2771 302-831-1396 302-737-0905 302-737-9019 410-398-3311 410-398-4044 215-854-5700 215-854-5524 215-854-4550 215-854-4564 Phone 800-284-3524 800-227-7249

Fax 410-727-1550 800-227-0803

800-367-8935

800-336-0803

Phone Fax 302-395-9800 302-395-9809 302-395-9853 302-831-2702 302-831-1396 302-478-2700 302-479-1532 215-238-4991 Phone Fax 215-952-5958 215-952-5953 302-831-3094 302-831-6336 215-238-4646 215-238-4783 215-878-9708 302-581-4530 302-429-6666 (Wilmington Bureau) 610-668-5700 610-668-5533 215-923-6397 215-925-2420 410-749-6096 410-742-5190

Klatzkin has been awarded the 2009 and 2012 Delaware Sportscaster of the Year Award presented by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association and is also a Delaware Press Association award winner for his work broadcasting University of Delaware Football. Harman, a Wilmington native, will begin his first season as color analyst for men’s basketball this season. A graduate of Wilmington Friends School, he earned his degree from the University of Delaware in 1975. Harman has been a coach in the Delaware community for decades, as he began coaching high school football and basketball in the 1970’s and currently continues to coach Wilmington Friends football and Saint Mark’s football and basketball. He began working on local radio broadcasts in 1997 and provides color analysis for the DFRC Blue-Gold All-Star Football game on the radio each summer. Harman also currently works as a talent spotter for the NFL on FOX, traveling and working with director Artie Kempner and color analyst John Lynch each week during the NFL season.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 ROSTER

2013-14 University of Delaware Men’s Basketball Team: Front Row (left-right): Tommy Williams, Dylan Miller, Jarvis Threatt, Devon Saddler, Cazmon Hayes, Kyle Anderson, Davon Usher. Back Row: Director of Basketball Operations Saul Rafel-Frankel, Assistant Coach Phil Martelli, Jr., Head Coach Monté Ross, Tom Allshouse, Marvin King-Davis, Maurice Jeffers, Carl Baptiste, Barnett Harris, Devonne Pinkard, Assistant Coach Chris Cheeks, Strength & Conditioning Coach Trevor Williams, Associate Head Coach Jeff Rafferty, Video Coordinator Mitch Smucker.

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Name Pos. Davon Usher.............................. G Tom Allshouse..............................F Barnett Harris..............................F Jarvis Threatt **......................... G Devon Saddler ***...................... G Devonne Pinkard.........................F Kyle Anderson **........................ G Maurice Jeffers............................F Marvin King-Davis *....................F Cazmon Hayes............................ G Sean Locke................................. G Dylan Miller............................... G Carl Baptiste *.............................F Tommy Williams..........................F

Cl. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr.r So. Fr. So. So. Sr. Sr.

Ht. 6-6 6-6 6-9 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-9 6-7 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-9 6-8

Wt. 200 230 210 170 210 205 200 235 230 195 195 195 260 205

Hometown/High School (Last School) South Baltimore, Md./Digital Harbor/Polk State College (Fla.)/Mississippi Valley State Middletown, Del./St. Mark’s Monroeville, Pa./Gateway/Fishburne Military Academy Richmond, Va./Highland Springs Aberdeen, Md./Aberdeen/Winchendon Prep, Mass. Lancaster, Pa./JP McCaskey Newark, Ill./Newark Washington, D.C./Calvin Coolidge Richmond, Va./Meadowbrook Charlotte, N.C./Phillip O. Berry Academy Newark, Del./St. Mark’s Wilmington, Del./Salesianum Pittstown, N.J./North Hunterdon (Saint Joseph’s) Hamden, Conn./Hamden

Head Coach: Monté Ross (Winston Salem State ‘92), eighth season at Delaware Associate Head Coach: Jeff Rafferty (Springfield [Mass.] ‘97), seventh season Assistant Coaches: Phil Martelli, Jr. (Saint Joseph’s ’03), third season; Chris Cheeks (VCU ‘89), second season Director of Basketball Operations: Saul Rafel-Frankel (Delaware ’06), seventh season Captain: Devon Saddler Pronunciation Guide Carl Baptiste –– Bap-TEEST Barnett Harris –– Bar-NET Cazmon Hayes –– Caz-Min Devonne Pinkard –– Deh-VOHN Devon Saddler –– Deh-VOHN Jarvis Threatt –– Threet Davon Usher –– DAY-von Monté Ross –– MON-tay

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS

GENERAL INFORMATION

MEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF

Location......................................................................................................Newark, Delaware 19716

Head Coach............................................................................. Monté Ross (Winston-Salem State ‘92)

Founded.................................................................................................................................... 1743

Record at Delaware/Career....................................................................90-131 (seven seasons)

Enrollment.....................................................................................................16,000 Undergraduates

Associate Head Coach............................................................ Jeff Rafferty (Springfield [Mass.] ‘97)

Nickname............................................................................................................... Fightin’ Blue Hens

Assistant Coaches......................................................................Phil Martelli, Jr. (Saint Joseph’s ‘03)

Official Mascot.....................................................................................................................YoUDee

........................................................................................................................Chris Cheeks (VCU ‘89)

Colors..................................................................................................................... Royal Blue & Gold

Director of Basketball Operations............................................. Saul Rafel-Frankel (Delaware ‘06)

Arena; Capacity.................................................. Bob Carpenter Center (Frank Acierno Arena); 5,000

Basketball Operations Intern...................................................................................Mitch Smucker

Affiliation...................................................................................................................NCAA Division I

Personal Development Coach..................................................................................... David Baylor

Conference.....................................................................................Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) President............................................................................................................ Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative...................................................................Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record........................................................................................ 19-14 (13-5 CAA, T-2nd) CAA Tournament........................................................Quarterfinals, defeated #7 seed Hofstra, 62-57

STAFF

................................................................................ Semifinals, lost to #3 seed James Madison, 58-57

Director of Athletics and Recreation Services...............................................................Eric Ziady

Posteason.................................................................................................................................None

Deputy Director of Athletics and Rec. Services/Special Asst. to President....Samantha Huge

All-Time Record...............................................................1101-1195-2 (108 seasons since 1905-06)

Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects............................ Joe Shirley

NCAA Tournament Bids.......................................................................4 (1992, 1993, 1998, 1999)

Senior Associate AD/Director of Development for Athletics....................................... Tim Ford

NIT Bids...............................................................................................................................1 (2000)

Associate Director of Athletics, Operations........................................Dr. Susan Groff Costa, Ed.D

2013-14 Captain.......................................................................................................Devon Saddler

Associate Director of Athletics, Business Affairs................................................... Scott Eatough

Starters Returning / Lost........................................................................................................ 3/2

Associate AD of Financial Strategies & Athlete Performance..............................Augie Maurelli

Letterwinners Returning / Lost.............................................................................................. 5/5

Associate Director of Athletics, External Relations.............................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate Director of Athletics, Recreation Services..............................................Jake Olkkola

Starters Returning (3).................Devon Saddler (Sr., G, 6-2, 19.9 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 1st Team All-CAA)

Associate Director of Athletics, Compliance...............................................................Rick Stumpf

.......................................................Jarvis Threatt (Jr., G, 6-2, 13.0 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 3rd Team All-CAA)

Compliance Coordinator............................................................................................. Lauren Harris

....................................................................................Kyle Anderson (Jr., G, 6-2, 9.1 ppg, 3.1 rpg)

Assistant Director of Athletics, Marketing & Promotions.................................... Kristy Fletcher Assistant Director of Athletics, Ticket Operations................................................. Trent Bartling

Others Returning (4)....................................................Carl Baptiste (Sr., F, 6-9, 4.0 ppg, 4.2 rpg)

Assistant Director of Athletics, Operations.....................................................Alicia Greco Walker

............................................................................ Marvin King-Davis (So., F, 6-7, 2.0 ppg, 1.8 rpg)

Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine..................................... Dr. Andrew Reisman

......................................................................................Tom Allshouse (Jr., F, 6-6, 0.0 ppg, 1.0 rpg)

Sports Medicine Physician...........................................................................Dr. Geoffrey Gustavsen

...................................................... Sean Locke (So., G, 6-4, Sat out 2012-13 season with ACL injury)

Assistant Director of Athletics for Athletic Training/Head Athletic Trainer..........Dan Watson Associate Head Athletic Trainer....................................................................................Joan Couch

Eligible Newcomer (1)...................Davon Usher (Sr., F, 6-6, South Baltimore, Md./Digital Harbor/

Assistant Athletic Trainers..................................... Jon Boone, Courtney Butterworth, Kelly Stafford

.............................................................................. Polk State College (Fla.)/[Mississippi Valley State])

Senior Athletic Training Student.............................................................................Stephen Donald Eligible Redshirt (1)...................... Maurice Jeffers (Fr.r, F, 6-9, Washington, D.C./Calvin Coolidge) MEDIA RELATIONS Athletics Media Relations Phone // Fax................................................302-831-2186 // 7206

Newcomers (4)......................................... Dylan Miller (So., G, 6-4, Wilmington, Del./Salesianum)

Assistant Director of Athletics, Media Relations/SID.........................................Scott Selheimer

...........................Barnett Harris (Fr., F, 6-9, Monroeville, Pa./Gateway/Fishburne Military Academy)

Assistant Media Relations Director (Men’s Basketball Contact).............................. Kevin Tritt

...............................................Cazmon Hayes (Fr., G, 6-4, Charlotte, N.C./Phillip O. Berry Academy)

  Office Phone............................................................................................................302-831-8715

................................................................Devonne Pinkard (Fr., F, 6-6, Lancaster, Pa./JP McCaskey)

  Cell Phone................................................................................................................302-383-5005  Email....................................................................................................................... ktritt@udel.edu

Starters Lost (2)....Jamelle Hagins (Sr., F, 6-9, 11.6 ppg, 10.7 rpg, 80 blocks, CAA Defensive POY)

Assistant Media Relations Director.........................................................................Maggie Hayon

.......................................................................................Josh Brinkley (Sr., F, 6-6, 7.3 ppg, 3.9 rpg)

Media Relations Assistant................................................................................... Jessica Calderone Athletics Media Relations / Basketball Senior Secretary........................................Linda Brock

Others Lost (4)...........................................................Terrell Rogers (Fr., G, 5-8, 3.6 ppg, 1.3 rpg)

BCC Press Row Phone..............................................................................................302-831-8715

......................................................................................Larry Savage (So., F, 6-5, 1.6 ppg, 2.0 rpg)

Website................................................................................................................ www.bluehens.com

.................................................................................. Will Townsville (Sr., G, 6-3, 0.3 ppg, 0.9 rpg)

Facebook................................................................................www.facebook.com/DelawareBlueHens

.......................................................................................Troy Thomas (Fr., G, 6-3, 1.0 ppg, 0.0 rpg)

Twitter................................................................................................... www.twitter.com/udbluehens Youtube.............................................................................................. www.youtube.com/udbluehens

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DR. PATRICK T. HARKER UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE PRESIDENT

Patrick T. Harker became the 26th president of the University of Delaware in July 2007. Concurrent with his appointment as president, Dr. Harker is a professor of Business Administration in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in UD’s College of Engineering. In May 2008, Dr. Harker unveiled a sweeping strategic plan, UD’s Path to Prominence, predicated on excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education, environmental leadership, global engagement and service to the community. He has established numerous research centers, as well as the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, which stimulates invention and entrepreneurship and translates UD research into economy-driving technologies. To establish Delaware as a health sciences hub, UD has partnered with the region’s leading health care providers in the Delaware Health Sciences Alliance. In February 2000, Dr. Harker was appointed dean of the Wharton School and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise. He was a senior fellow at the Wharton Financial Institutions

ERIC ZIADY UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS & RECREATION SERVICES Eric Ziady begins his second year as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services at the University of Delaware during the 2013-14 season. Ziady arrived at Delaware after spending the previous 14 years at Boston College - most recently as senior associate athletics director for business operations - and nine years before that at Northeastern University. He served as assistant director of athletics at Northeastern during his final four years in Brookline. At Boston College, Ziady was responsible for handling both the long-range fiscal and strategic planning for the department as well as the day-to-day administration of all business and financial operations. In addition, he handled football game scheduling and contract administration, as well as overseeing five of the men’s and women’s athletic programs (football, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s sailing). Ziady served as chair of both the ACC Women’s Golf Committee as well as the Conference’s Awards Committee. He has previously served on the ACC and Hockey East Finance Committees as well as on competition committees in both the America East (baseball) and Big East (golf) conferences. He has twice served on NCAA certification subcommittees for fiscal integrity, both at Northeastern and BC. A 1988 Providence College graduate, Ziady began his career at Northeastern as an assistant to the athletic director, handling compliance responsibilities, coordinating facility management and operations on game days, and assisting in marketing efforts. In 1991, he was appointed athletic business manager and was responsible for all of the department’s fiscal activities, while also serving as the liaison with outside booster

UD ADMINISTRATION Center and held a secondary appointment as a professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Penn. Previously, Dr. Harker was chair of Wharton’s Operations and Information Management Department. Dr. Harker is a member of the board of directors of Pepco Holdings Inc. and Huntsman Corporation, and a founding member of the board of advisors of Decision Lens Inc. He previously served as a trustee of the Goldman Sachs Trust and Goldman Sachs Variable Insurance Trust. Dr. Harker is a Class B director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and a member of the boards of directors of the NCAA–Division I, Christiana Care Health Systems, First State Innovation, Catholic Relief Services and Easter Seals of Delaware. He is a member of the Regional Leadership Initiative Steering Committee at the Council on Competitiveness, a member of the CEO Council for Growth at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and a trustee of Howard University. Dr. Harker received his B.S.E. and M.S.E. in Civil Engineering in 1981, an M.A. in Economics in 1983 and a Ph.D. in Civil and Urban Engineering in 1983, all from the University of Pennsylvania. When he was named UPS Transportation Professor of the Private Sector in 1991, Dr. Harker became the youngest faculty member in Wharton’s history awarded an endowed professorship. Dr. Harker has published or edited nine books and more than 100 professional articles. From 1996–99, he served as editor-in-chief of the premier journal Operations Research. President George H.W. Bush named Dr. Harker a White House Fellow in 1991, and he served from 1991–92 as a special assistant to FBI Director William S. Sessions. Dr. Harker was named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) in October 2012, and a Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors in December 2012. Dr. Harker is married to the former Emily Grace Saaty and is the father of three children.

and support groups. In 1994, Ziady was promoted to assistant director of athletics at Northeastern. He served on the Huskies’ senior management team that planned long-range departmental goals and policies. Included among this group’s assignments was the development of a five-year strategic plan to address Title IX and gender equity issues. Ziady, who earned both a master’s degree in sports management and a master’s of business administration degree from Northeastern, has twice served as a marketing consultant. He is also a member of the College Athletic Business Management Association. In 1990, he worked on a corporate marketing project with the North Atlantic Conference and in 1992, he assisted the Boston Organizing Committee in marketing and fundraising in an attempt to attract national and international amateur events to the city.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL MONTÉ ROSS

MONTÉ ROSS HEAD COACH EIGHTH SEASON AT DELAWARE WINSTON-SALEM STATE ‘92

Delaware posted a seven-win improvement during last year, going 14-17 overall and placing seventh in the CAA with an 8-10 league mark. The Blue Hens won five straight games early in the campaign, including an impressive home victory over eventual league champion Old Dominion. Delaware advanced to the CAA Tournament Quarterfinals following a victory over Northeastern in the first round, while freshman Devon Saddler was named the league’s Rookie of the Year. Ross, 43, served as an assistant coach under Phil Martelli at Saint Joseph’s University for 10 seasons before taking over at Delaware, helping to lead the Hawks to a record of 262-141, six NCAA Tournament appearances, and three National Invitation Tournament appearances. The 2003-04 team went 30-2 and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight.

Ross, who pronounces his first name “mon-tay”, is the 23rd head coach in University of Delaware men’s basketball history and begins his eighth season at the helm of the Blue Hens in 2013-14. This is his first head coach position after an outstanding career as a Division I assistant coach for 13 seasons.

“This means a lot to me and my family,” said Ross, who spoke to a full room that included family members, friends, Saint Joseph’s University staff and supporters, and media members when he was hired. “This is such a great opportunity and I’m going to cherish it. I can promise that I will work hard and make all of you proud. I’ve been preparing for this opportunity for a very long time. Working with someone like Phil Martelli has prepared me well for this. I want to make sure that our players’ experience here is memorable and that they get what they signed on for. We want to create a love affair with the community and the campus and have a positive impact in everything we do. We will play hard every night and bring a winning attitude and create a winning culture.”

Ross followed up a successful 2011-12 campaign with an even better showing last season, as the Blue Hens finished 19-14 overall and placed second in the Colonial Athletic Association with a 13-5 league mark, all program highs for UD since joining the conference. The Blue Hens then advanced to the CAA Tournament Semifinals for the third time since joining the league, and for the first time since the 2002-03 season.

“We are excited to have Monté join the University of Delaware men’s basketball program,” said then UD Director of Athletics Edgar N. Johnson on his hiring. “During the interview process, we learned that Monté’s contacts and success in recruiting young men from the Mid-Atlantic Region are truly superior. He knows the region and its players and coaches, our University, and the Colonial Athletic Association. Most important of

Monté Ross was formally introduced as the University of Delaware men’s basketball program’s new head coach on April 4, 2006 in a press conference held at the Bob Carpenter Center.

Included among those victories was a win at Virginia, the program’s first over an Atlantic Coast Conference school in 50 years, as Delaware advanced to the semfinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off at Madison Square Garden. Junior guard Devon Saddler continued his impressive career at UD, leading the CAA with 19.9 points per game while earning first team All-Conference laurels in addition to NABC and USBWA All-District honors. Senior forward Jamelle Hagins, who became the school’s career rebounding leader, was tabbled the CAA Defensive Player of the Year while also earning second team All-CAA and NABC All-District accolades. Hagins, who ranks among the CAA career leaders in blocks and rebounds, was selected to participate in the prestigious Portsmouth Invitational following his outstanding career. The 2012-13 campaign was the second consecutive successful campaign for the Hens, as in 2011-12 Delaware posted a record of 18-14, finished fifth in the CAA with a record of 12-6, and qualified for post-season play. Ross also led the Hens to the post-season for the first time since 2001 with a first round meeting with two-time defending NCAA runner-up Butler in the College Basketball Insider (CBI) Tournament. The individual awards were plentiful for the Blue Hens as Saddler, the league’s second leading scorer at 18.8 points per game, and Hagins each earned second team All-CAA and second team NABC All-District laurels while guard Jarvis Threatt earned a spot on the CAA All-Rookie team. Hagins, who set the school record for career blocked shots, was named to the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Defensive All-American team while Threatt earned a spot on the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman All-American squad. Taking over a program that had lost 20 games each of the previous two seasons, Ross had his struggles in his first season at the helm of the Blue Hens in 2006-07 as a young and depleted squad posted a record of 5-26 and went 3-13 in Colonial Athletic Association play to finish in 12th place. But Ross guided an impressive turnaround in Year Two and made a strong case for CAA Coach of the Year honors. Still guiding a young squad, the Blue Hens were the second most improved squad in the league, posting a mark of 14-17 overall and placing seventh in the CAA standings with a record of 9-9. The Hens improved nine games from the previous season, tripling their league win total and posting just as many overall wins as the previous two years combined. Ross also led his team to a first round CAA Tournament victory as the Blue Hens knocked off long-time rival Drexel 60-51. Leading the squad was third team All-CAA forwards Herb Courtney and Marc Egerson, CAA All-Rookie pick Alphonso Dawson, and one of the league’s top point guards in Brian Johnson. Delaware won its first five league games during the season and among its CAA wins were a home win over league champion and NCAA Tournament participant George Mason, a home win over regular season runnerup UNCW, and an early season road win over tournament runner-up William & Mary. Delaware went 13-19 overall and 6-12 during the 2008-09 season, but the year included impressive home victories over VCU and George Mason. The Blue Hens also posted an overtime win over Drexel, while Egerson was named first team all-conference and all-district. The following season, the Blue Hens posted a record of 7-24, including wins over America East champion Vermont and Patriot League runner-up Lafayette.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL MONTÉ ROSS

all, Monté is a talented, personable, hard-working young man who has great rapport with his players.”

THE MONTÉ ROSS FILE

A 1992 sport management graduate of NCAA Division II Winston-Salem State where he played for legendary head coach and Basketball Hall of Fame member Clarence “Big House” Gaines (828-447 record in 47 seasons from 1946-1993), Ross has been surrounded by championship basketball throughout his coaching career.

Full Name: Earl Monté Ross Date of Birth: August 11, 1970 Named Coach: March 31, 2006

During his 13 seasons as an NCAA Division I assistant, Ross helped lead teams to nine winning seasons, seven campaigns with 20 or more victories, and a winning percentage of .650. His teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament six times and to the NIT Tournament three times while capturing five conference championships. After beginning his career as an assistant at Lehigh in 1993-94, he spent two seasons as an assistant at Delaware’s top rival Drexel, leading the Dragons to consecutive North Atlantic Conference titles and NCAA Tournament berths in 1995 and 1996 under head coach Bill Herrion. The 1995-96 squad, led by current NBA veteran Malik Rose, posted a record of 27-4 and upset Memphis in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. Ross joined the Saint Joseph’s staff in 1996-97 during Martelli’s second season as head coach. The Hawks rose to national prominence under Martelli, participating in post-season action seven times, including each of the Ross’ final six seasons on Hawk Hill. During Ross’ tenure, the Hawks won four Atlantic 10 regular season titles, one conference tournament title, posted five seasons with 20 or more wins, and averaged 23 wins over his final six seasons. The Hawks advanced to the NCAA Tournament four times during his tenure, including a memorable 2003-04 season when Saint Joseph’s posted a 30-2 record and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight. The Hawks were a national

Education: Graduated from Bodine High School, Philadelphia, 1988; Earned bachelor’s degree in sports management from Winston-Salem (NC) State University, 1992. Playing Career: All-Philadelphia City selection at Bodine High School; City Academic Player of the Year at Bodine; four-year letterwinner and guard at NCAA Division II Winston-Salem State, 1988-92. Coaching Career: Served as an assistant for 13 years at the NCAA Division I level and helped lead those teams to a combined record of 262-141 (.650), 6 NCAA Tournament appearances (2 Sweet 16/1 Elite Eight), 3 NIT Tournament appearances, and 5 conference championships; Assistant Coach, Lehigh University, 1993-94 (team record 10-17); Assistant Coach, Drexel University, 1994-96 (49-12, 2 NCAA’s); Assistant Coach, Saint Joseph’s University, 1996-2006 (203-112; 4 NCAA’s, 3 NIT); Head Coach, University of Delaware (2006-Present) (90-131); Also has coached in Philadelphia’s prestigious Sonny Hill Summer League. Family: Wife, Michelle; son Justin Monté (14) and daughter Lauren Noelle (12). Honors: Received William J. Bennett Memorial Award for dedication and loyalty to Saint Joseph’s men’s basketball program, 2005. Honored as “Unsung Hero” by Winston-Salem State, 2008.

Monté Ross Year By Year College Coaching Career Year School Position Head Coach Record 1993-94 Lehigh Assistant David Duke 10-17 1994-95 Drexel Assistant Bill Herrion 22-8 1995-96 Drexel Assistant Bill Herrion 27-4 1996-97 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 26-7 1997-98 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 11-17 1998-99 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 12-18 1999-00 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 13-16 2000-01 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 26-7 2001-02 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 19-12 2002-03 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 23-7 2003-04 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 30-2 2004-05 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 24-12 2005-06 Saint Joseph’s Assistant Phil Martelli 19-14 2006-07 Delaware Head Coach 5-26 2007-08 Delaware Head Coach 14-17 2008-09 Delaware Head Coach 13-19 2009-10 Delaware Head Coach 7-24 2010-11 Delaware Head Coach 14-17 2011-12 Delaware Head Coach 18-14 2012-13 Delaware Head Coach 19-14

Team Notes Team was 4-23 the previous season NCAA Tournament 1st Round North Atlantic Conference Champions NCAA Tournament 2nd Round; NAC Champions NCAA Tournament Sweet 16; Atlantic 10 Champions 5th, Atlantic 10 East 5th, Atlantic 10 East 4th, Atlantic 10 East NCAA Tournament 2nd Round Atlantic 10 Champions NIT Tournament 2nd Round; 1st, Atlantic 10 East NCAA Tournament 1st Round; 1st, Atlantic 10 East NCAA Tournament Elite Eight; 1st, Atlantic 10 East NIT Tournament Runner-Up Atlantic 10 Conference Regular Season Champions NIT Tournament 2nd Round; 5th, Atlantic 10 First Season at Delaware CAA Tournament Quarterfinals

CAA Tournament Quarterfinals CAA Tournament Quarterfinals, CBI Tournament CAA Tournament Semifinals

Delaware Coaching Record: 90-131 (.407), seven seasons

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL MONTÉ ROSS story, going through the regular season undefeated and earning a No. 1 national ranking late in the season. Ross also helped Saint Joseph’s advance to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 1997, to the NCAA second round in 2001, and to the NCAA first round in 2003. In 2005-06 Saint Joseph’s went 19-14, advanced to the Atlantic 10 Tournament championship game, and advanced to the second round of the National Invitation Tournament. Saint Joseph’s also made a run to the NIT title in 2004-05, going 24-12 and falling in the championship game. The Hawks won the Atlantic 10 title and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 during Ross’ first season on Hawk Hill in 1996-97. Ross, who served as the Hawks’ recruiting coordinator and worked with the team’s point guards, was instrumental in bringing three current NBA players to Saint Joseph’s, including two first round draft picks in 2004 consensus National Player of the Year Jameer Nelson and Delonte West. Ross’ tenure at Saint Joseph’s was the third longest in school history for an assistant coach and he was honored in 2005 with the William J.

Bennett Award, recognizing dedication and loyalty to the Saint Joseph’s men’s basketball program. He shared the award with fellow Saint Joseph’s assistant Mark Bass.

What They Are Saying About Monté Ross

In addition to his duties as an assistant at Saint Joseph’s, Ross was active with the prestigious Sonny Hill League, serving as a head coach in the summer college league and as an assistant in the high school league.

“We are excited to have Monté join the University of Delaware

In September, 2006, Ross visited Dakar, Senegal to conduct youth basketball clinics and a coaching seminar as part of a United States Department of State-funded International Basketball Initiative. They worked in conjunction with Basketball Without Borders Africa, a community relations outreach program of the NBA and also with the Senegalese Basketball Federation and the nonprofit organization Sports for Education and Economic Development in Senegal.

men from the Mid-Atlantic Region are truly superior. He knows

men’s basketball program. During the interview process, we learned that Monté’s contacts and success in recruiting young the region and its players and coaches, our University, and the Colonial Athletic Association. Most important of all, Monté is a talented, personable, hard-working young man who has great rapport with his players. We are confident that he will bring the University of Delaware men’s basketball program to prominence

Ross and his wife, Michelle, reside in Media, Pa. with their son Justin, 14, and daughter. Lauren, 12.

in the CAA,” Edgar Johnson, former University of Delaware Director of Athletics “Monté Ross projects well as head men’s basketball coach for the University of Delaware. His combination of coaching and MidAtlantic recruiting experience is tops and we found his enthusiasm for our University to be engaging and unrivaled,” Dr. David P. Roselle, former President, University of Delaware “I am absolutely delighted for Monté and his family. This is a richly deserved opportunity at a terrific academic institution. There’s no doubt in my mind that Monté will do extraordinary things for the University of Delaware and its basketball program. He has served Saint Joseph’s University men’s basketball, and especially myself, in a classy and dignified way. He will always be a part of Saint Joseph’s,” Phil Martelli, Saint Joseph’s University men’s basketball head coach “Monté Ross is well deserving of the job at the University of Delaware. He is a hard worker - he deserves it because it is what he has been waiting for. He has been telling me for the past couple of years that he wanted to be a head coach, and now he has his opportunity. He is blessed, his family is blessed, and I know he will keep getting better as a coach,” Jameer Nelson, NBA Orlando Magic guard and former Saint Joseph’s All-American “I am very happy for Monté. He is someone who has paid his dues and is a great choice for Delaware. Not only has he been exposed to winning programs, but he will give Delaware a greater recruiting presence in the Philadelphia-Mid Atlantic area. As good a coach as Monté will be, he is a better person. The University of Delaware and its fans will be very happy with him,” Bill Herrion, University of New Hampshire men’s basketball head coach and former head coach at Drexel University

The Ross Family (l-r): Lauren, Michelle, Monté, and Justin

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL JEFF RAFFERTY

JEFF RAFFERTY ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH SEVENTH SEASON AT DELAWARE SPRINGFIELD (MASS.) ‘97

Jeff Rafferty begins his seventh season on head coach Monté Ross’ men’s basketball staff at the University of Delaware in 2013-14. Rafferty was promoted to the title of associate head coach prior to the 2013-14 season. Rafferty, who joined the staff in the spring of 2007 after two years as an assistant to Bill Herrion at the University of New Hampshire, has played a big part in Delaware’s improvement during his tenure. The Blue Hens enjoyed their finest season in over a decade in 2011-12 as Delaware posted a record of 18-14, finished fifth in the rugged Colonial Athletic Association with a record of 12-6, and qualified for post-season play. The overall wins, conference wins, and conference finish were all career bests to that point under Ross, who led the Hens to the post-season for the first time since 2001 with a first round meeting with two-time defending NCAA runner-up Butler in the College Basketball Insider (CBI) Tournament. The individual awards were plentiful for the Blue Hens as guard Devon Saddler, the league’s second leading scorer at 18.8 points per game, and forward Jamelle Hagins each earned second team All-CAA and second team NABC All-District laurels while guard Jarvis Threatt earned a spot on the CAA All-Rookie team. Hagins, who set the school record for career blocked shots, was named to the CollegeInsider.com MidMajor Defensive All-American team while Threatt earned a spot on the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman All-American squad. The Blue Hens improved on those marks last season, finishing 19-14 overall and placing second in the CAA with a 13-5 league mark, both program highs for UD since joining the conference. The Blue Hens then advanced to the CAA Tournament Semifinals for the third time since joining the league, and for the first time since the 2002-03 season.

Delaware posted a seven-win improvement the next year, going 14-17 overall and placing seventh in the CAA with an 8-10 league mark. The Blue Hens won five straight games early in the campaign, including an impressive home victory over eventual league champion Old Dominion. Delaware advanced to the CAA Tournament Quarterfinals following a victory over Northeastern in the first round, while Saddler was named the league’s Rookie of the Year. Rafferty served as Delaware’s head coach in the Blue Hens’ 70-63 win over Towson on December 3, 2007 in UD’s conference opener.

Included among those victories was a win at Virginia, the program’s first over an Atlantic Coast Conference school in 50 years, as Delaware advanced to the semfinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off at Madison Square Garden.

While Rafferty coached at New Hampshire, the Wildcats went 12-17 overall and 8-8 in the America East during Rafferty’s first year in Durham in 2005-06, and followed with a 10-20 mark including a 6-10 conference record in 2006-07.

Saddler continued his impressive career, leading the CAA with 19.9 points per game while earning first team All-Conference in addition to NABC and USBWA All-District honors. Hagins, who became the school’s career rebounding leader, was tabbled the CAA Defensive Player of the Year while also earning second team All-CAA and NABC All-District accolades.

Prior to arriving at New Hampshire, Rafferty spent four seasons as the top assistant coach at UMass-Lowell. The River Hawks went 94-30 in Rafferty’s four seasons in Lowell, capturing both the Northeast-10 Conference regular season and tournament championships in 2003 and 2004 while making back-to-back trips to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight.

Hagins, who ranks among the CAA career leaders in blocks and rebounds, was selected to participate in the prestigious Portsmouth Invitational following his outstanding career. Rafferty, who was instrumental in the recruitment of both Hagins and saddler, was named to the Top 10 MidMajor Assistant Coaches list by FOXSports.com in 2008 while RecruitDirt.com selected him as the CAA’s top assistant coach in the fall of 2012. Delaware went 13-19 during the 2008-09 season, posting victories over VCU and George Mason. The Blue Hens went 7-24 during the 2009-10 campaign, including wins over America East champion Vermont and Patriot League runner-up Lafayette.

Rafferty spent the 2000-01 season at Union College, and was an assistant coach at Division III Springfield College for two seasons from 1998-2000. While at Springfield, Rafferty helped his alma mater go 40-17 including a 16-8 mark in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletics Conference (NEWMAC) while earning his master’s degree in sports management. During Rafferty’s second season Springfield went 21-9, captured the NEWMAC Tournament championship, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. Rafferty, who graduated from Springfield in 1997, served one season as an assistant coach at Texas-Pan American in 1997-98 and began his career by serving an internship with the NBA’s Boston Celtics. He has the uncommon distinction of working at all three NCAA division levels, as well as the NBA. Rafferty and his wife, Whitney, have two sons, Patrick and Brendan, and a daughter, Kaitlyn.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL PHIL MARTELLI, JR.

PHIL MARTELLI, JR. ASSISTANT COACH THIRD SEASON AT DELAWARE SAINT JOSEPH’S ‘03 Phil Martelli, Jr. begins his third season on the University of Delaware men’s basketball coaching staff in 2013-14. During his initial season at UD in 2011-12, the Blue Hens enjoyed their finest season in over a decade as they posted a record of 18-14, finished fifth in the rugged Colonial Athletic Association with a record of 12-6, and qualified for post-season play. The overall wins, conference wins, and conference finish were all career bests to that point under head coach Monté Ross, who led the Hens to the post-season for the first time since 2001 with a first round meeting with two-time defending NCAA runner-up Butler in the College Basketball Insider (CBI) Tournament. The individual awards were plentiful for the Blue Hens as guard Devon Saddler, the league’s second leading scorer at 18.8 points per game, and foreward Jamelle Hagins each earned second team All-CAA and second team NABC All-District laurels while guard Jarvis Threatt earned a spot on the CAA All-Rookie team. Hagins, who set the school record for career blocked shots, was named to the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Defensive All-American team while Threatt earned a spot on the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman All-American squad. The Blue Hens improved on those marks last season, finishing 19-14 overall and placing second in the CAA with a 13-5 league mark, both program highs for UD since joining the conference. The Blue Hens then advanced to the CAA Tournament Semifinals for the third time since joining the league, and for the first time since the 2002-03 season. Included among those victories was a win at Virginia, the program’s first over an Atlantic Coast Conference school in 50 years, as Delaware advanced to the semfinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off at Madison Square Garden. Saddler continued his impressive career, leading the CAA with 19.9 points per game while earning first team All-Conference in addition to NABC and USBWA All-District honors. Hagins, who became the school’s career rebounding leader, was tabbled the CAA Defensive Player of the Year while also earning second team AllCAA and NABC All-District accolades. Hagins, who ranks among the CAA career leaders in blocks and rebounds, was selected to participate in the prestigious Portsmouth Invitational following his outstanding career.

Prior to arriving at Niagara Martelli spent one season at Manhattan College where he was responsible for film breakdown, recruiting, on-court coaching, scouting and player development. Martelli broke into the coaching ranks in 2003-04 as a graduate assistant coach at Central Connecticut State, and was promoted to assistant coach at CCSU during the following season. Martelli was a four-year member of the basketball team at Saint Joseph’s University from 2000-03 under his father, head coach Phil Martelli, as well as Ross, who was a Hawks assistant at the time. Martelli, who graduated from SJU in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing, appeared in 35 career games for Saint Joseph’s, helping the Hawks to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances and three regular season Atlantic 10 titles. “We’ve been able to hire one of the rising stars in the business,” said Ross. “We are very happy to add Phil to our staff, and he complements our staff very well. Phil is a good person as well as a good coach.” Martelli and his wife, Meghan, reside in Media, Pa. with their son, Philip (4), and daughter, Marra (1).

Martelli had spent the previous five seasons at Niagara before coming to Delaware in 2011-12 to replace R.C. Kehoe, who accepted the head position at Holy Family University. Martelli helped the Purple Eagles to a 95-69 record during his five-year tenure at Niagara, guiding the squad to an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2006-07 and a National Invitation Tournament berth in 2008-09 when Niagara finished with a 26-9 mark. Martelli’s duties at Niagara included working with the team’s perimeter players, recruiting, scouting, team travel and film exchange. He also helped mentor Purple Eagles point guard Anthony Nelson, a second team AllMAAC selection this season who led the nation with 3.4 steals per game.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL CHRIS CHEEKS

CHRIS CHEEKS ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON AT DELAWARE VCU ‘89 Chris Cheeks, a 14-year veteran at the NCAA Division I level, begins his second season on head coach Monté Ross’ men’s basketball coaching staff in 2013-14. The Blue Hens compliled an outstanding season during Cheeks’ first year in Newark by finishing 19-14 overall and placing second in the Colonial Athletic Association with a 13-5 league mark, both program highs for UD since joining the conference. The Blue Hens then advanced to the CAA Tournament Semifinals for the third time since joining the league, and for the first time since the 2002-03 season. Included among those victories was a win at Virginia, the program’s first over an Atlantic Coast Conference school in 50 years, as Delaware advanced to the semfinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off at Madison Square Garden. Junior guard Devon Saddler continued his impressive career, leading the CAA with 19.9 points per game while earning first team All-Conference in addition to NABC and USBWA All-District honors. Senior forward Jamelle Hagins, who became the school’s career rebounding leader, was tabbled the CAA Defensive Player of the Year while also earning second team All-CAA and NABC All-District accolades. Hagins, who ranks among the CAA career leaders in blocks and rebounds, was selected to participate in the prestigious Portsmouth Invitational following his outstanding career. Cheeks had served as the head coach of AAU team DC Assault in 2011-12, and was an assistant coach at Charlotte from 2006-10. He helped the 49ers attract the Atlantic 10’s top recruiting class and the 13thranked class in the nation in 2007-08, Charlotte’s highest ever ranked recruiting class. Prior to joining the 49ers, Cheeks spent three seasons at Georgia State from 2003-06. He served two years at West Virginia in 2000-02 and helped recruit the top-rated class to the Big East in 2000, the only time in history that the Mountaineers boasted the league’s top class. He began his coaching career in 1995 at his alma mater Virginia Commonwealth, serving five years for the Rams through the 2000 season and helping VCU win the CAA regular season and conference tournament titles in 1996. Cheeks scored 1,273 career points in two seasons at VCU from 1987-89, while his 42 points against Old Dominion in 1989 are the most ever by a Rams player in a Division I game. His 20.2 career scoring average ranks second in school history, and he was named to the Rams All-Time Team.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL SAUL RAFEL-FRANKEL

SAUL RAFEL-FRANKEL DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS SEVENTH SEASON AT DELAWARE DELAWARE ‘06 Saul Rafel-Frankel begins his seventh season as University of Delaware Director of Men’s Basketball Operations in the 2013-14 season. Rafel-Frankel’s responsibilities as the team’s first-ever director of operations include coordinating team travel, coordinating recruiting visits, handling business operations, serving as staff liaison to UD compliance, business, and equipment rooms, and assisting in scheduling of practices and competition. Rafel-Frankel has played a big part in Delaware’s improvement on the court during his tenure. The Blue Hens enjoyed their finest season in over a decade in 2011-12 as Delaware posted a record of 18-14, finished fifth in the rugged Colonial Athletic Association with a record of 12-6, and qualified for postseason play. The overall wins, conference wins, and conference finish were all career bests to that point under Head Coach Monté Ross, who led the Hens to the post-season for the first time since 2001 with a first round meeting with two-time defending NCAA runner-up Butler in the College Basketball Insider (CBI) Tournament. The individual awards were plentiful for the Blue Hens as guard Devon Saddler, the league’s second leading scorer at 18.8 points per game, and forward Jamelle Hagins each earned second team All-CAA and second team NABC All-District laurels while guard Jarvis Threatt earned a spot on the CAA All-Rookie team. Hagins, who set the school record for career blocked shots, was named to the CollegeInside.com Mid-Major Defensive All-American team while Threatt earned a spot on the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman All-American squad. The Blue Hens improved on those marks during this past season, finishing 19-14 overall and placing second in the CAA with a 13-5 league mark, both program highs for UD since joining the conference. The Blue Hens then advanced to the CAA Tournament Semifinals for the third time since joining the league, and for the first time since the 2002-03 season. Included among those victories was a win at Virginia, the program’s first over an Atlantic Coast Conference school in 50 years, as Delaware advanced to the semfinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off at Madison Square Garden. Saddler continued his impressive career, leading the CAA with 19.9 points per game while earning first team All-Conference in addition to NABC and USBWA All-District honors. Hagins, who became the school’s career rebounding leader, was tabbled the CAA Defensive Player of the Year while also earning second team AllCAA and NABC All-District accolades. Hagins, who ranks among the CAA career leaders in blocks and rebounds, was selected to participate in the prestigious Portsmouth Invitational following his outstanding career. Delaware went 13-19 during the 2008-09 season, posting victories over VCU and George Mason, before posting a record of 7-24 the following year.

over Northeastern in the first round. During the off-season following the 2010-11 campaign, Rafel-Frankel was ranked third in the CAA in the RecruitDirt.com rankings of league men’s basketball operations directors. Rafel-Frankel, a 2006 Delaware graduate, returned to the Blue Hen men’s basketball program after serving one season as the video coordinator at La Salle University in 2006-07. While at La Salle he handled opponent scouting tapes, edited Explorers game and practice tapes, and assisted the Director of Basketball Operations. Rafel-Frankel was a four-year manager with Delaware from 200206, managing a team of seven student managers. He assisted in a variety of ways with UD practices, and assisted with the planning and organization of team travel and meals. As a senior Rafel-Frankel also served as a community relations intern with the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association, coordinating player appearances at charity events, manning a charity table during home games, and assisting in camps. Rafel-Frankel has also served as head assistant coach for the New Heights AAU Basketball Team for four summers, and once again this past summer served as director of the Monté Ross Basketball Camp. He graduated from Delaware in 2006 with a bachelor of science degree in health behavior management, majoring in sport management with a minor in coaching science and a business of finance certificate. He was named the Myles Brand Student of the Year in 2006, an award voted on by faculty and given to a senior sport management major. In January, 2011, Rafel-Frankel earned a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration with a concentration in Sports Administration from Delaware. Rafel-Frankel and his wife, Kristyn, reside in Cherry Hill, N.J.

In 2009-10 the Blue Hens made a seven-win improvement, finishing 14-17 overall and placing seventh in the CAA with an 8-10 league mark. UD advanced to the CAA Tournament Quarterfinals following a victory

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL DAVE BAYLOR

DAVE BAYLOR

While with the state police, Baylor rose from the rank of recruit Trooper to major and served in several capacities throughout his career, including Executive Protection detail with governors Mike Castle and Tom Carper, director of public information, assistant personnel director, troop commander of Troop 9 in Odessa, and as a field operations officer in New Castle County.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COACH SEVENTH SEASON AT DELAWARE WILMINGTON COLLEGE ‘97 David Baylor, who previously spent 23 years with the Delaware State Police, will begin his seventh season with the University of Delaware basketball program as a personal development coach during the 2013-14 season. Baylor, a native of Wilmington, works closely with the Blue Hen football and men’s basketball teams, especially with freshmen and new student-athletes, in the areas of community service, personal development, leadership, and social responsibility. A graduate of nearby St. Mark’s High School, Baylor enlisted in the United States Navy and served as a Naval Command investigator and as a Narcotics Detection K-9 handler before joining the Delaware State Police in 1982.

Baylor was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware. After graduating from St. Mark’s High school, he entered the U.S. Navy. During his military service, he was a Naval Command Investigator and Narcotics Detection K-9 handler. On March 1, 1982, Baylor was appointed to the Delaware State Police. During his career, Baylor rose from the rank of Recruit Trooper to Major. Baylor retired after 23 years of service with the state police and now serves as director of consumer affairs at N-K-S Distributors. In his current role, he works with educational institutions at all levels in the area of alcohol awareness and education and the prevention of underage drinking. He earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Wilmington College in 1997 and his master’s degree from the University of Phoenix in 2002. He is also a 1997 graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Academy in Quantico, VA. In addition to his career in law enforcement, Baylor has also served as an adjunct faculty member on the staffs of Delaware Technical and Community College and Wilmington College. He also has served as a member on the following Boards of Directors: The Catholic Youth Organization, St. Mark’s High School, Bear YMCA, the Delaware Mentor Program, and the Delaware Crime Stoppers Board.

2013-2014 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT

TIME

Nov. 8

at Richmond

7 p.m.

Nov. 10

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

Nov. 17

TV

DATE OPPONENT

TIME

TV

Jan. 11

at *James Madison

4 p.m.

CSN

2 p.m.

Jan. 15

*WILLIAM & MARY

7 p.m.

at Hampton

2 p.m.

Jan. 18

at *Northeastern

Nov. 19

at Army

7 p.m.

Jan. 20

Nov. 22

at Villanova

7 p.m.

Nov. 25

at Delaware State

7 p.m.

Nov. 30

WTVR

12 noon

CSN

at *Drexel

7 p.m.

NBC Sports Network

Jan. 25

*TOWSON

12 noon

CSN, TCN

Jan. 29

at *William & Mary

ROBERT MORRIS TBA

Feb. 1

*UNCW

Dec. 3

at Charleston Southern

Feb. 3

*NORTHEASTERN

7 p.m.

Dec. 7

at Notre Dame

ACC Regional

Feb. 5

*COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

7 p.m.

Dec. 16

at North Dakota State

MeTV

Feb. 12

*JAMES MADISON

7 p.m.

Dec. 18

at Ohio State

Big 10 Network

Feb. 17

at *Towson

7 p.m.

Dec. 21

vs. Bryant (at Madison Square Garden)

9:30 p.m.

Feb. 19

at *Hofstra

7 p.m.

Dec. 30

at Saint Bonaventure

5 p.m.

Feb. 23

*DREXEL

3 p.m.

Jan. 1

LIBERTY

3 p.m.

Feb. 26

at *UNCW

7 p.m.

Jan. 4

CAL POLY

2 p.m.

Mar. 1

at *College of Charleston

2 p.m.

Jan. 8

*HOFSTRA

7 p.m.

Mar. 7-10

CAA Tournament

Fox Sports 1

7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 8 p.m. ET 7 p.m.

7 p.m. 12 noon

Baltimore, Md.

CSN

NBC Sports Network

CSN

TCN CSN/NBC Sports Network

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DEVON 10 SADDLER Senior • Guard • 6-2 • 210 • Aberdeen, Md./Aberdeen (Winchendon Prep, Mass.) As A Blue Hen

Fourth-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned three letters •  CAA Player of the Year and AllAmerican candidate •  Preseason first team All-CAA selection • strong perimeter player who can get to the basket •  has dramatically improved his outside jumper •  serving as team captain for the third consecutive year • enters senior season as the second leading active scorer in Division I with 1,670 points, behind only Doug McDermott of Creighton • ranks third in Delaware history in points, and needs 361 points to set the new school record • also is third at UD with 1,316 field goals attempted, fourth with 409 free throws made and 537 free throws attempted, sixth with 558 field goals made, seventh with a 17.4 scoring average and 441 three-pointers attempted, eighth with 145 three-pointers made, and 11th with 3,420 minutes played • has started all 96 games during his career, a UD record for consecutive starts. 2012-13 Season: First team NABC All-District 10 selection • USBWA All-District II pick • named first team All-CAA • earned UD Basketball Club Outstanding Achievement Award • named Colonel C.B. Schaffer/ UD Alumni Association Team MVP • led the CAA and ranked 18th in the nation by averaging 19.9 points per game • also led the league with 37.8 minutes played per game • was fourth in the conference with an 82.0 free throw percentage, seventh with a 33.7 three-point percentage, ninth with 1.7 three-pointers made per game, and 13th with a 42.8 field goal percentage and 2.8 assists per game • scored 656 points, the fourth most in a UD single season • set school single season records with 505 field goals attempted and 1,246 minutes played • ranks fifth in a UD single season with 216 field goals made, sixth with 168 free throws made, seventh with 205 free throws attempted, and tied for 11th with a 19.9 scoring average • led the Blue Hens in scoring during 24 of the 33 games • reached double figures in the first 32 contests of the year • surpassed the 20-point mark 16 times, including nine of the final 12 games • paced the Blue Hens with 15 points, all in the second half, to lead UD over Virginia (11/13) •  tied his career-high by scoring 32 points against Kansas State (11/21) •  scored a game-high 28 points versus Pitt (11/23) •  named to NIT Season Tip-Off All-Tournament Team •  scored 25 points at Temple (11/25) •  scored a game-high 23 points and grabbed a season-best nine rebounds at Duke (12/1) •  dished out a season-high seven assists versus Rider (12/31) •  scored a game-high 27 points and went 10 of 10 from the foul line during the win at Old Dominion (1/5) •  led all scorers with 23 points against Hofstra (1/9) •  scored a game-high 29 points and hit a game-winning three-pointer just before the buzzer at Georgia State (1/12) • scored 13 points and tied his season-high with seven assists in the win at Drexel (1/28) •  scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds at George Mason (2/9) •  led all scorers with 24 points versus Old Dominion (2/11) • scored 18 points at Northeastern, and hit a game-tying basket with 13.1 seconds left in regulation to force overtime •  scored 31 points during the double overtime win over Drexel (2/21), and played 49 of a possible 50 minutes • scored 24 points at UNCW, including nine of UD’s final 10 points •  scored 22 points during the win over George Mason (3/2) • scored a game-high 22 points in the victory over Hofstra in the CAA Tournament Quarterfinals (3/9) •  named CAA Player of the Week on Nov. 26, Jan. 14 and Feb. 25 • picked National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Nov. 26 and College Sports Madness Player of the Week on Feb. 25. 2011-12 Season: Second team All-CAA and All-District 10 selection •  named Colonel C.B. Shaffer/ UD Alumni Association Team Co-MVP along with Jamelle Hagins •  ranked second in the CAA and 27th in the nation with 18.8 points per game •  his 15 20-point games were second most in the conference •  ranked third in the league with 35.3 minutes played, seventh with an 80.2 free throw percentage, and tied for 10th with 1.8 three-pointers made per game •  scored 603 points, the fourth most in a UD single season • tied the school single season mark with 493 field goal attempts •  also was sixth in a UD season with 158

free throws made and 1,138 minutes played, seventh with 190 three-pointers attempted, and eighth with 197 free throws attempted •  one of four players to start all 32 games •  reached double figures in all but two contests •  led the Blue Hens in scoring 18 times •  scored a game-high 18 points at Radford (11/11) •  scored 27 points at Villanova while also contributing four rebounds and four assists (11/18) •  led the Blue Hens with 21 points and five assists while grabbing six rebounds during the home opening win over Cornell (11/22) •  scored a career-high 32 points in the victory over Lafayette (11/26), going 11 of 22 from the field and 7 of 8 from the foul line •  added four rebounds and three assists against the Leopards, and found Kyle Anderson for the goahead three-pointer with 30 Career Highs seconds remaining • scored 20 points and grabbed five rebounds Points..........................................................................32, twice at Boston University (11/30) •  scored a game-high 30 points Field Goals Made.................... 12 vs. Kansas State, 11/21/12 while going 10 of 16 from the field Field Goals Attempted.................. 26 at Villanova, 11/18/11 during the win over Drexel (12/3) 3-pt. Field Goals Made...........................6 at Rider, 2/19/11 • scored 16 points at Delaware 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted...11 vs. Georgia State, 1/21/12 State (12/10) •  scored 18 points Free Throws Made............................. 11 vs. Drexel, 2/21/13 and grabbed 10 rebounds to post Free Throws Attempted.................... 15 vs. Drexel, 2/21/13 his first career double-double in the win over La Salle (12/19) Rebounds.............................................. 12 vs. Towson, 3/2/12 • led all scorers with 18 points Assists.........................................10 at George Mason, 1/3/11 against Temple (12/30) •  scored Blocks...........................................................................2, twice a team-high 22 points and hit all Steals.................................................... 4 vs. Towson, 1/23/12 nine of his free throw attempts at Minutes.....................................50 vs. Georgia State, 1/21/12 UNCW (1/2) • scored 15 points at William & Mary (1/7) •  scored a team-high 21 points at George Mason (1/18) •  scored 17 points, grabbed seven rebounds and handed out five assists while tying the school record by playing all 50 minutes during the double overtime win over Georgia State (1/21) •  led the Blue Hens with 16 points and made a career-high four steals against Towson (1/23) •  scored a gamehigh 24 points at Northeastern (1/25) •  led UD by scoring 22 points at Drexel (1/28) •  scored 22 points during the win at James Madison (2/4) •  scored a game-high 24 points against UNCW and went 4 of 7 from three-point range (2/8) •  had 17 points and nine rebounds during the overtime win at Georgia State (2/11) •  scored a game-high 26 points against Hampton, and went 8 of 8 from the free throw line including two with eight seconds left to seal the victory • led UD with 21 points against Northeastern (2/25) •  scored a game-high 28 points during the win over Towson in the CAA Tournament First Round (3/2) •  led Delaware with 24 points in the CAA Tournament Quarterfinals against Old Dominion (3/3), becoming the first sophomore in school history to surpass the 1,000-point mark •  named CAA Player of the Week on Nov. 28 •  selected National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Nov. 28 and Dec. 26. 2010-11 Season: Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year and member of the CAA All-Rookie Team •  named to Collegeinsider.com Mid-Major Freshman All-America Team •  shared Colonel C.B. Shaffer Alumni Association Co-MVP honors along with Jawan Carter •  named CAA Rookie of the Week three times and CAA Co-Rookie of the Week twice •  ranked 14th in the CAA with a 46.9 field goal percentage, 15th with 13.3 points per game, and tied for 15th with 2.8 assists per game •  set UD freshman and rookie single

Devon Saddler at Delaware Year GP/GS Min Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. OR DR Tot Avg. PF FO A TO B S Pts Avg. 2010-11 31/31 1036 33.4 149-318 .469 30-85 .353 83-135 .615 28 105 133 4.3 59 1 88 98 4 21 411 13.3 2011-12 32/32 1138 35.6 193-493 .391 59-190 .311 158-197 .802 22 108 130 4.1 82 1 56 102 11 24 603 18.8 2012-13 33/33 1246 37.8 216-505 .428 56-166 .337 168-205 .820 28 121 149 4.5 68 1 91 107 6 32 656 19.9 Totals 96/96 3420 35.6 558-1316 .424 145-441 .329 409-537 .762 78 334 412 4.3 209 3 235 307 21 77 1670 17.4

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season records with 411 points, 13.3 points per game, 149 field goals, and 135 free throw attempts •  one of two Blue Hens to start all 31 games, averaging 33.4 minutes per contest •  led the team with 88 assists while ranking second with 13.3 points per game, 30 three-pointers made, 83 free throws made, and 21 steals •  led Delaware in scoring 12 times •  paced the Blue Hens with 19 points and seven assists during his collegiate debut at Ohio University (11/13) • scored a team-high 15 points while adding six rebounds and three assists at Cornell (11/17) • dished out eight assists and scored six points against Howard (11/19) • posted 13 points and five rebounds versus Old Dominion (12/4) • led Delaware with 12 points at Santa Clara (12/29) • handed out a season-high 10 assists at George Mason (1/3) • scored 13 points and dished out four assists versus William & Mary (1/5) • scored 19 points at UNC Wilmington (1/12) • scored 13 points at Towson, including the game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer from the right wing (1/15) • recorded teamhighs of 17 points and five assists at Georgia State (1/22) • dished to Jawan Carter on his game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer • scored a team-high 15 points against George Mason (1/24) • led all scorers with 16 points on 8 of 12 shooting while grabbing six rebounds at William & Mary (1/26) • scored 13 points versus James Madison (1/29) • led the Blue Hens with 19 points and six rebounds in 40 minutes of action at Old Dominion (2/2) • scored 20 points versus Drexel (2/5) • led Delaware with 19 points while adding five rebounds and three assists against VCU (2/9) • scored 25 points and grabbed seven rebounds versus Hofstra (2/12) • scored 16 points at Northeastern (2/15) • tied the UD freshman single game record by scoring 27 points and grabbed a season-high eight rebounds at Rider (2/19) • named National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Feb. 21 • scored 20 points and collected seven rebounds versus Towson (2/23) • posted 17 points and a team-high eight rebounds at Hofstra (2/26) • scored 13 points during the win over Northeastern in the CAA Tournament First Round (3/4).

High School

Named 3A All-State as a junior •  averaged 18 points, five rebounds, six assists and three steals while leading Aberdeen to a 20-3 record •  made the Top 20 All-Star Game at the Eastern Invitational Camp •  named Capitol Hoop Player of the Week after scoring 40 points in a game •  named Charm City Challenge First Team •  played at Winchendon Prep in Massachusetts during the 2009-10 season.

Personal

Devon Marquis Saddler •  son of Vanness and Andrea Saddler •  has siblings Tevon, Jayden, and Amare •  has worked at the Boys and Girls Club in Aberdeen over the last two summers •  enjoys hanging out with family and friends, working with children, and doing volunteer work in the community •  criminal justice major at Delaware.

DEVON SADDLER CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2010-11 Game-by-Game Date Opponent FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 11/13 at Ohio University 8-13 1-2 2-4 2-4-6 3 7 6 0 0 19 35 11/17 at Cornell 6-10 0-0 3-5 0-6-6 4 3 5 0 0 15 36 11/19 Howard 1-4 0-1 4-7 2-2-4 0 8 4 2 1 6 29 11/27 at Lafayette 2-4 0-1 1-4 0-4-4 1 2 4 0 1 5 31 12/4 Old Dominion 3-9 0-2 7-9 2-3-5 2 2 1 1 3 13 37 12/8 at Hampton 1-5 0-2 0-0 0-3-3 0 2 5 0 0 2 21 12/11 Delaware State 2-7 0-1 2-4 1-5-6 1 5 5 0 0 6 34 12/18 at Villanova 4-9 0-1 1-1 1-2-3 1 4 3 0 1 9 29 12/22 Penn 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-4-5 2 2 3 0 0 4 28 12/29 at Santa Clara 5-10 0-2 2-3 1-1-2 1 1 1 0 0 12 37 12/30 vs. American 2-6 0-0 2-3 0-4-4 1 1 1 0 0 6 30 1/3 at George Mason 1-6 0-1 0-1 0-1-1 2 10 3 0 3 2 31 1/5 William & Mary 4-8 1-2 4-10 1-4-5 2 4 2 0 0 13 33 1/8 at Drexel 4-11 0-1 4-5 0-0-0 3 1 2 0 0 12 29 1/12 at UNC Wilmington 8-15 1-3 2-5 2-2-4 1 2 5 0 0 19 39 1/15 at Towson 4-7 1-2 4-5 1-1-2 3 4 1 0 0 13 25 1/19 Northeastern 4-7 1-2 0-1 0-4-4 3 2 1 0 2 9 34 1/22 at Georgia State 6-12 2-5 3-5 0-0-0 0 5 0 0 2 17 31 1/24 George Mason 4-10 1-4 6-8 1-4-5 2 2 1 0 0 15 29 1/26 at William & Mary 8-12 0-2 0-0 1-5-6 1 2 1 1 0 16 30 1/29 James Madison 5-11 1-4 2-2 1-2-3 4 3 5 0 0 13 34 2/2 at Old Dominion 7-15 1-4 4-4 1-5-6 1 1 1 0 0 19 40 2/5 Drexel 8-16 0-3 4-9 2-1-3 1 1 4 0 2 20 36 2/9 VCU 7-15 4-5 1-2 2-3-5 5 3 7 0 0 19 32 2/12 Hofstra 8-19 4-6 5-6 3-4-7 2 1 2 0 1 25 40 2/15 at Northeastern 4-7 1-3 7-10 0-3-3 2 0 4 0 1 16 35 2/19 at Rider 7-15 6-9 7-11 0-8-8 2 2 2 0 2 27 39 2/23 Towson 9-15 2-5 0-2 0-7-7 2 3 6 0 1 20 40 2/26 at Hofstra 6-12 0-3 5-6 1-7-8 2 0 5 0 0 17 38 3/4 vs. Northeastern 6-10 1-3 0-1 1-4-5 3 1 3 0 0 13 39 3/5 vs. Old Dominion 3-14 2-6 1-2 1-2-3 2 4 5 0 1 9 35

DEVON SADDLER

Date Opponent 11/11 at Radford 11/18 at Villanova 11/22 Cornell 11/26 Lafayette 11/30 at Boston University 12/3 Drexel 12/7 at Penn 12/10 at Delaware State 12/19 La Salle 12/22 at Howard 12/30 Temple 1/2 at UNCW 1/4 Hofstra 1/7 at William & Mary 1/11 Old Dominion 1/14 VCU 1/18 at George Mason 1/21 Georgia State 1/23 Towson 1/25 at Northeastern 1/28 at Drexel 2/1 George Mason 2/4 at James Madison 2/8 UNCW 2/11 at Georgia State 2/14 at Hofstra 2/18 Hampton 2/22 at Towson 2/25 Northeastern 3/2 vs. Towson 3/3 vs. Old Dominion 3/14 at Butler

2011-12 Game-by-Game FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 5-22 2-8 6-10 0-2-2 1 0 4 1 0 18 36 11-26 3-10 2-4 3-1-4 3 4 3 0 1 27 39 6-14 2-6 7-9 0-6-6 3 5 3 0 0 21 36 11-22 3-9 7-8 0-4-4 1 3 3 1 1 32 38 6-19 2-9 6-7 1-4-5 3 1 3 0 0 20 31 10-16 4-5 6-8 0-0-0 2 0 2 0 0 30 32 2-8 0-2 2-3 0-4-4 1 1 4 0 1 6 23 5-15 2-8 4-4 0-0-0 1 1 3 0 1 16 36 7-17 1-6 3-4 2-8-10 2 1 9 1 1 18 40 4-14 0-5 6-10 0-5-5 2 4 2 0 0 14 42 7-18 3-8 1-1 0-5-5 1 1 1 0 1 18 37 5-12 3-6 9-9 1-5-6 3 4 3 0 1 22 37 5-12 1-5 3-4 1-3-4 4 4 6 0 1 14 37 4-8 2-5 5-5 0-3-3 4 1 4 0 0 15 33 6-17 1-7 3-3 0-2-2 3 0 5 1 0 16 35 3-19 1-5 3-3 0-3-3 2 1 2 0 1 10 36 6-9 2-3 7-9 0-0-0 2 0 4 0 1 21 30 6-17 3-11 2-3 1-6-7 1 5 3 0 0 17 50 4-15 0-5 8-8 0-2-2 0 0 0 0 4 16 35 10-19 2-4 2-4 1-2-3 1 2 0 1 2 24 40 7-20 0-2 8-9 3-2-5 1 0 3 1 2 22 38 2-10 1-4 8-10 1-6-7 3 3 7 2 0 13 36 9-19 3-7 1-1 1-3-4 5 1 2 0 1 22 28 9-19 4-7 2-4 0-3-3 3 2 1 0 1 24 35 7-13 3-6 0-0 3-6-9 4 1 3 0 0 17 400-6 0-3 4-4 0-1-1 4 1 2 1 1 4 28 8-16 2-4 8-8 1-3-4 4 3 2 0 0 26 35 5-15 0-6 7-7 0-3-3 3 0 1 0 0 17 35 6-12 3-6 6-8 1-7-8 3 3 1 0 0 21 29 7-19 4-9 10-12 1-3-4 3 2 1 1 1 28 37 8-18 2-8 6-7 1-1-2 4 1 5 1 1 24 39 2-7 0-1 6-11 0-5-5 4 1 10 0 1 10 35

Date Opponent 11/10 at La Salle 11/12 vs. Penn 11/13 at Virginia 11/21 vs. Kansas State 11/23 vs. Pitt 11/25 at Temple 11/28 at Lafayette 12/1 at Duke 12/4 Radford 12/8 Delaware State 12/16 at Villanova 12/21 Penn 12/31 Rider 1/5 Old Dominion 1/9 Hofstra 1/12 at Georgia State 1/16 Towson 1/19 Northeastern 1/24 at James Madison 1/28 at Drexel 1/30 William & Mary 2/2 UNCW 2/6 at Towson 2/9 at George Mason 2/11 Old Dominion 2/13 at Northeastern 2/17 James Madison 2/21 Drexel 2/23 at UNCW 2/27 at Hofstra 3/2 George Mason 3/9 vs. Hofstra 3/10 vs. James Madison

2012-13 Game-by-Game FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 6-16 0-3 2-3 0-3-3 3 1 2 0 0 14 32 4-13 1-4 10-14 3-5-8 3 4 8 0 3 19 38 3-12 2-6 7-8 0-4-4 3 2 2 0 0 15 30 12-22 3-5 5-7 1-4-5 2 4 3 1 1 32 37 10-20 2-5 6-6 2-3-5 3 2 2 0 1 28 36 10-18 2-6 3-3 0-3-3 4 3 6 0 1 25 39 6-19 3-10 2-2 3-0-3 2 5 3 0 1 17 40 8-22 1-3 6-9 4-5-9 1 1 4 0 1 23 38 6-12 4-7 2-2 0-4-4 2 5 4 1 1 18 38 5-14 1-4 5-6 3-0-3 5 1 4 0 2 16 31 5-12 3-7 6-8 0-2-2 1 2 2 1 0 19 37 4-12 2-6 2-2 2-4-6 2 3 2 0 0 12 30 4-14 0-4 4-4 1-3-4 0 7 1 1 1 12 39 7-13 3-6 10-10 0-5-5 1 3 4 0 1 27 409-14 2-4 3-5 1-4-5 2 1 1 1 0 23 39 10-14 3-5 6-8 1-5-6 3 3 3 0 1 29 35 4-13 0-4 8-8 1-1-2 3 1 5 0 2 16 39 3-12 1-4 3-4 0-2-2 0 3 2 0 2 10 40 5-12 1-4 5-6 1-5-6 3 3 3 0 1 16 38 6-12 0-3 1-2 0-5-5 4 7 3 0 1 13 38 8-16 1-4 2-3 0-4-4 1 2 4 0 0 19 38 8-14 0-2 5-6 1-6-7 2 1 2 0 0 21 34 4-20 2-5 10-10 0-5-5 3 3 2 0 1 20 39 6-17 3-7 7-8 1-7-8 2 3 4 0 2 22 39 7-14 1-6 9-11 0-5-5 1 1 5 0 1 24 37 7-17 2-7 2-3 0-4-4 1 3 2 0 2 18 43 7-17 2-6 7-8 1-7-8 1 2 5 0 1 23 40 9-14 2-4 11-15 0-2-2 1 2 2 0 2 31 49 10-20 3-7 1-2 0-1-1 1 2 3 0 0 24 39 5-15 2-4 7-8 0-1-1 1 2 1 0 1 19 40 8-16 1-4 5-6 1-3-4 3 5 5 0 0 22 37 7-15 3-7 5-6 0-2-2 2 3 5 0 2 22 37 3-14 0-3 1-2 1-7-8 2 1 3 1 0 7 40

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL CARL BAPTISTE

CARL 33 BAPTISTE Senior • Forward • 6-9 • 230 • Pittstown, N.J./North Hunterdon (Saint Joseph’s) As A Blue Hen

Second-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned one letter • expected to challenge for a starting role in the frontcourt • physical player who is an excellent rebounder • possesses a solid mid-range jumper. 2012-13 Season: One of four Blue Hens to appear in all 33 games and made seven starts during his first season of eligibility at Delaware • ranked fourth on the team with 4.2 rebounds and sixth with 4.0 points per game • shot 54.3 percent (51 of 94) from the floor, the second highest field goal percentage on the squad • scored a season-high nine points on 4 of 5 shooting from the field while tying for the team lead with nine rebounds against Penn (11/12) • recorded six points and three rebounds at Temple (11/25) •  grabbed seven rebounds and scored four points at Lafayette (11/28) •  collected nine rebounds at Duke (12/1) • pulled down seven rebounds and scored three points Career Highs during the home victory over Penn (12/21) • recorded four Points.................................................................. 9, three times points and six rebounds against Rider (12/31) • scored eight Field Goals Made........................................................4, twice points and grabbed six rebounds Field Goals Attempted.......................... 6 at Drexel, 1/28/13 in the victory over Hofstra (1/9) 3-pt. Field Goals Made................................................... n/a • recorded a career-high 13 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted........................................... n/a rebounds and scored eight points Free Throws Made......................................................3, twice during the win at Drexel (1/28) • tied his season-high with nine Free Throws Attempted.....................................4, four times points at George Mason (2/9) Rebounds.............................................. 13 at Drexel, 1/28/13 •  posted five points and five reAssists..........................................................................2, twice bounds in the victory at NortheastBlocks...........................................................................2, twice ern (2/13) •  notched six points Steals........................................................ 2 at Duke, 12/1/12 and five rebounds versus James Madison (2/17) •  recorded four Minutes......................................................................28, twice points and six rebounds during the double overtime win over Drexel (2/21) •  posted four points, eight rebounds and two blocks during the victory at Hofstra (2/27) •  scored eight points in the win over George Mason (3/2) • grabbed 12 rebounds during the triumph over Hofstra in the CAA Tournament Quarterfinals (3/9) • tied his season-high with nine points while adding nine rebounds against James Madison in the CAA Semifinals (3/10). 2011-12 Season: Redshirted the season after tranferring to Delaware from Saint Joseph’s during the summer of 2011.

At Saint Joseph’s

2010-11 Season: Saw action in 17 games for the Hawks •  averaged 1.4 points per game •  posted a season-high seven points on 3 of 4 shooting from the field at Massachusetts •  grabbed a season-high five rebounds and added four points against Princeton •  recorded two points and two rebounds versus Villanova. 2009-10 Season: Appeared in 30 games during his freshman campaign, and made starts against Siena and Princeton •  scored four points in a win over George Washington •  had two points and four rebounds against Xavier •  grabbed six rebounds and scored two points against Saint Louis •  added four points and a rebound during a win over Penn •  scored nine points and grabbed five rebounds against Rhode Island

•  picked up three rebounds, two points and an assist versus Temple •  named Atlantic 10 Co-Rookie of the Week on December 27 after scoring a career-high 13 points against Siena, going 6 of 7 from the field while adding six rebounds and three blocks •  scored four points in five minutes of action against Minnesota •  had four points and two assists versus Purdue •  added four points and five rebounds during a win over Boston College.

High School

Averaged 21.8 points and 12.0 rebounds for North Hunterdon High School •  named third team All-Group 4 and first team All-West New Jersey by the Newark Star-Ledger •  All-County selection •  reached the 20-point mark 12 times •  selected second team Courier News All-Area and first team Express Times All-Area •  McDonald’s All-America nominee.

Personal

Carl Baptiste •  son of Carl and Laura Baptiste •  sport management major at Delaware.

CARL BAPTISTE CAREER GAME-BY-GAME Date Opponent 11/10 at La Salle 11/12 vs. Penn 11/13 at Virginia 11/21 vs. Kansas State 11/23 vs. Pitt 11/25 at Temple 11/28 at Lafayette 12/1 at Duke 12/4 Radford 12/8 Delaware State 12/16 at Villanova 12/21 Penn 12/31 Rider 1/5 Old Dominion 1/9 Hofstra 1/12 at Georgia State 1/16 Towson 1/19 Northeastern 1/24 at James Madison 1/28 at Drexel 1/30 William & Mary 2/2 UNCW 2/6 at Towson 2/9 at George Mason 2/11 Old Dominion 2/13 at Northeastern 2/17 James Madison 2/21 Drexel 2/23 at UNCW 2/27 at Hofstra 3/2 George Mason 3/9 vs. Hofstra 3/10 vs. James Madison

2012-13 Game-by-Game FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 0 0 1 1 2 21 4-5 0-0 1-2 1-8-9 4 0 0 2 0 9 21 1-2 0-0 2-2 2-1-3 4 0 0 0 1 4 16 1-2 0-0 0-1 2-0-2 5 1 1 0 0 2 20 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 3 1 2 0 0 4 28 2-4 0-0 2-4 2-1-3 1 0 3 0 0 6 26 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-4-7 2 0 2 0 1 4 25 1-5 0-0 0-0 3-6-9 4 0 1 0 2 2 26 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-3-4 4 0 3 1 0 4 12 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 5 2 2 0 1 4 23 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-1-1 2 1 0 1 0 1 21 1-3 0-0 1-1 2-5-7 2 0 0 0 0 3 15 2-4 0-0 0-0 4-2-6 3 1 0 0 0 4 16 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-2-2 5 0 2 0 1 2 7 3-4 0-0 2-3 1-5-6 4 0 2 1 0 8 19 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-1-1 3 0 0 1 1 3 15 0-1 0-0 3-4 0-3-3 4 0 0 0 0 3 18 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 2 0 1 0 14 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 1 0 2 0 0 4 14 4-6 0-0 0-1 1-12-13 0 0 4 1 0 8 23 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 3 0 0 0 0 2 16 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 3 0 2 0 1 0 16 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 2 0 1 0 1 2 6 3-5 0-0 3-3 1-0-1 4 0 0 1 0 9 13 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 2 0 0 0 4 13 2-3 0-0 1-1 2-3-5 4 0 2 0 0 5 20 2-3 0-0 2-2 2-3-5 3 1 1 0 0 6 14 1-4 0-0 2-2 2-4-6 2 0 0 0 0 4 18 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 5 0 0 1 0 4 17 1-2 0-0 2-3 3-5-8 3 0 2 2 0 4 25 3-3 0-0 2-4 1-2-3 4 0 1 0 1 8 23 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-11-12 2 0 2 1 1 0 28 3-5 0-0 3-4 3-6-9 1 1 0 0 1 9 26

Carl Baptiste at Delaware Year GP/GS Min Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. OR DR Tot Avg. PF FO A TO B S Pts Avg. 2012-13 33/7 616 18.7 51-94 .543 0-0 --- 31-48 .646 42 97 139 4.2 96 4 10 37 13 14 133 4.0 Totals 33/7 616 18.7 51-94 .543 0-0 --- 31-48 .646 42 97 139 4.2 96 4 10 37 13 14 133 4.0

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL DAVON USHER

DAVON 0 USHER Senior • Guard • 6-6 • 200 • South Baltimore, Md./Digital Harbor (Polk State College [Fla.]/Mississippi Valley State) As A Blue Hen

First-year member of the Blue Hens expected to immediately earn a starting position • has one season of eligibility at Delaware after transferring from Mississippi Valley State over the summer.

At Mississippi Valley State

2012-13 Season: Appeared in all 28 games and started 26 for the Delta Devils • led the team with 18.8 points per game, 158 field goals, 61 three-pointers, a 39.6 three-point percentage, 149 free throws, a 78.0 free throw percentage, and 45 steals • was second on the squad with 6.1 rebounds per game and 40 assists • led the SWAC and ranked 32nd in Division I in scoring • second team All-SWAC selection • also was third in the league in three-point percentage, fourth in free throw percentage, fifth in steals, ninth in rebounding, and 11th in field goal percentage • reached double figures in all but three games during the year • surpassed the 20-point mark 10 times, including three 30-point efforts • scored a season-high 35 points at Northwestern (11/15) • added 31 points against Grambling (2/25) and 30 points versus Alcorn State (2/9) • grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds against Alabama State, Alcorn State and Southern, recording double-doubles in all three contests.

At Polk State College

2011-12 Season: Averaged nine points and seven rebounds during his sophomore year with the Eagles • named to All-State Tournament roster. 2010-11 Season: Spent his freshman season at Polk State College in Winter Haven, Fla.

High School

Named first team Baltimore Sun All-Metro • averaged 27 points, 12 rebounds, four assists and three steals as a senior at Digital Harbor High School.

Personal

Davon Usher • born August 11, 1992 • son of Shamar and Evon Bass • criminal justice major at Delaware • enjoys playing the piano.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL TOMMY WILLIAMS

TOMMY 55 WILLIAMS Senior • Forward • 6-8 • 205 • Hamden, Conn./Hamden As A Blue Hen

Fourth-year member of the team who has earned one letter •  will provide depth to the UD frontcourt. 2012-13 Season: Played two minutes at second-ranked Duke (12/1) • also saw action during the home victory over Penn (12/21). 2011-12 Season: Appeared in six games for the Blue Hens • grabbed an offensive rebound and hit one of two free throws during his Blue Hen debut at George Mason (1/18) •  played the final minute of the victories over Towson (1/23), UNCW (2/8) and Hofstra (2/14) •  also saw action during the CAA Tournament Quarterfinal game vs. Old Dominion (3/3) and the CBI Tournament game at Butler (3/14). 2010-11 Season: Did not appear in any games for the Blue Hens.

High School

Four-year member of football and basketball teams at Hamden High School • led football team to the state semifinals during junior year • averaged 12 points and 10 rebounds as a junior before missing senior year

due to knee surgery • served as basketball team captain • honor roll student • named Superintendent of School Student of the Month • earned CAPPS Award.

Personal

Thomas E. Williams • son of Thomas and Zena Williams • has siblings Takerra, Tyler, and Tre-Jon • political science major at Delaware • enjoys playing Madden, watching SportsCenter, listening to music, and volunteering with children •  member of Blue Hen Leadership • served as a counselor during the summer.

Career Highs

Points...........................................1 at George Mason, 1/18/12 Field Goals Made............................................................. n/a Field Goals Attempted..................................................... n/a 3-pt. Field Goals Made................................................... n/a 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted........................................... n/a Free Throws Made.....................1 at George Mason, 1/18/12 Free Throws Attempted............1 at George Mason, 1/18/12 Rebounds.....................................1 at George Mason, 1/18/12 Assists............................................................................... n/a Blocks................................................................................ n/a Steals................................................................................. n/a Minutes..................................................................1, six times

Tommy Williams at Delaware Year GP/GS Min Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. OR DR Tot Avg. PF FO A TO B S Pts Avg. 2011-12 6/0 4 0.7 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 1 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.2 2012-13 2/0 3 1.5 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 8/0 7 0.9 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 1 - 1 0.1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.1

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL KYLE ANDERSON

KYLE 13 ANDERSON Junior • Guard • 6-2 • 200 • Newark, Ill./Newark As A Blue Hen

Third-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned two letters •  Delaware’s top outside shooter •  expected to start again on the wing for the Blue Hens • All-CAA candidate • enters the season ranked ninth in UD history with 384 three-pointers attempted and tied for 12th with 130 made. 2012-13 Season: One of four Blue Hens to appear in all 33 games, and started every contest except for the regular season home finale vs. George Mason • led Delaware with 62 three-pointers made, and ranked fourth with 9.1 points per game • was sixth in the CAA with 1.9 three-pointers made per game and eighth with a 33.7 three-point percentage • reached double figures in 14 games on the year • scored 10 points versus Pitt (11/23) •  scored 11 points while adding three rebounds, three assists and two steals at Lafayette (11/28) •  contributed 12 points versus Delaware State (12/8) •  scored 10 points and made five free throws at Villanova (12/16) •  scored a season-high 19 points versus Northeastern (1/19) •  led the Blue Hens with 15 points, grabbed six rebounds and handed out a career-best four assists during the win at Drexel (1/28) •  scored 16 points and collected a career-high nine rebounds against William & Mary (1/30) •  scored 12 points on 4 of 7 shooting from behind the arc against Old Dominion (2/11) •  recorded 16 points and grabbed six rebounds versus James Madison (2/17) •  scored 12 points and hit four threepointers at UNCW (2/23) •  chipped in 10 points at Hofstra, and converted a putback with five seconds remaining to put Delaware up four (2/27) •  scored 17 points during the win over George Mason (3/2) •  had 11 points against James Madison in CAA Tournament Semifinals (3/10) • first team CAA All-Academic Team selection • earned the UD Team Sportsmanship Award • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12 Season: Appeared in 31 games and started the final 30 during his freshman campaign (missed the season-opener at Radford with a stress reaction in his left foot) •  was fourth on the team with 8.9 points per game •  ranked sixth in the CAA with 2.2 three-pointers made per game and 13th with a 34.0 threepoint percentage •  set UD freshman records with 68 three-pointers made and 200 three-pointers attempted •  his 200 three-point attempts are fifth most in a UD single season, while his 68 three-pointers made are 10th most •  reached double figures 13 times on the year •  made his Blue Hen debut at Villanova (11/18), scoring 12 points on four three-pointers •  scored 11 points and grabbed three rebounds during the victory over Cornell, and hit a clutch three-pointer with 1:23 remaining to put Delaware up four •  scored 16 points and went 4 of 5 from three-point range in the win over Lafayette (11/26), and hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 30 seconds left to break a 75-75 deadlock •  scored a team-high 13 points at Penn (12/7) • scored nine points on 3 of 5 shooting from behind the arc at Delaware State (12/10) •  scored five straight points with under four minutes to play during the win over La Salle (12/19), breaking a 60-60 tie and giving the Blue Hens the lead for good •  scored 17 points while adding three rebounds versus Hofstra (1/4) •  led Delaware with 17 points and grabbed five rebounds at William & Mary (1/7) •  again led the Blue Hens with 17 points against Old Dominion (1/11) •  scored 11 points and grabbed a season-high eight rebounds versus Georgia State (1/21) •  scored 14 points during the win over Towson (1/23) •  scored a career-high

21 points during the win over George Mason, going 8 of 11 from the field and 5 of 7 from three-point range (2/1) •  scored 13 points, going 3 of 4 from behind the arc, in the victory at James Madison (2/4) •  posted nine points and seven rebounds against UNCW (2/8) •  scored UD’s first four points of the extra session during the overtime win at Georgia State (2/11) •  scored 12 points on four three-pointers at Hofstra (2/14) •  scored 11 points during the CAA Tournament Quarterfinal game against Old Dominion (3/3) •  named CAA Rookie of the Week on Nov. 28 and CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on Feb. 6 •  selected to CAA Academic Honor Roll.

High School

Career Highs

Four-year starter on the Newark (Ill.) High School basketball team •  led the squad to a 33-1 record Points..........................................21 vs. George Mason, 2/1/12 and the 2011 state championship Field Goals Made........................8 vs. George Mason, 2/1/12 as a senior • scored 17 points Field Goals Attempted............. 14 at William & Mary, 1/7/12 during the semifinal win and post3-pt. Field Goals Made..............5 vs. George Mason, 2/1/12 ed 11 points, nine steals and four 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted....................................10, twice assists during the championship Free Throws Made.................. 6 vs. James Madison, 2/17/13 game •  the Norsemen increased their win total during each of his Free Throws Attempted.............................................6, twice four years, and went a combined Rebounds..................................9 vs. William & Mary, 1/30/13 84-12 during his final three seaAssists.................................................... 4 at Drexel, 1/28/13 sons •  led Newark to the Super Blocks........................................................2 at Penn, 12/7/11 Sectional round of the IHSA Class 1A state tournament as a sopho- Steals..................................................................2, seven times Minutes.....................................47 vs. Georgia State, 1/21/12 more and junior • first team Class 1A All-State selection as a junior and senior • unanimous All-Conference honoree during all four years •  was a Thanksgiving All-Tournament Team pick during all four seasons, and a Christmas All-Tournament Team selection during his final three years •  averaged 20.8 points per game as a junior and 19.9 points as a senior •  finished his career with a school record 2,279 points •  honor roll student during all four years of high school.

Personal

Kyle S. Anderson •  son of Scott and Judy Anderson •  has a brother Kurt, who played basketball at Trinity International University, and a sister, Kate •  married wife, Laura, over the summer • is an uncle to six children • father is a farmer •  worked as a hay bailer during the summer •  enjoys bowling in his free time •  health and physical education major at Delaware • team representative on the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council.

Kyle Anderson at Delaware Year GP/GS Min Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. OR DR Tot Avg. PF FO A TO B S Pts Avg. 2011-12 31/30 949 30.6 97-259 .375 68-200 .340 14-21 .667 19 71 90 2.9 70 0 24 33 8 15 276 8.9 2012-13 33/32 1095 33.2 97-263 .369 62-184 .337 44-58 .759 30 72 102 3.1 67 1 36 42 15 24 300 9.1 Totals 64/62 2044 31.9 194-522 .372 130-384 .339 58-79 .734 49 143 192 3.0 137 1 60 75 23 39 576 9.0

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL KYLE ANDERSON

KYLE ANDERSON CAREER GAME-BY-GAME Date Opponent 11/18 at Villanova 11/22 Cornell 11/26 Lafayette 11/30 at Boston University 12/3 Drexel 12/7 at Penn 12/10 at Delaware State 12/19 La Salle 12/22 at Howard 12/30 Temple 1/2 at UNCW 1/4 Hofstra 1/7 at William & Mary 1/11 Old Dominion 1/14 VCU 1/18 at George Mason 1/21 Georgia State 1/23 Towson 1/25 at Northeastern 1/28 at Drexel 2/1 George Mason 2/4 at James Madison 2/8 UNCW 2/11 at Georgia State 2/14 at Hofstra 2/18 Hampton 2/22 at Towson 2/25 Northeastern 3/2 vs. Towson 3/3 vs. Old Dominion 3/14 at Butler

2011-12 Game-by-Game FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 4-9 4-9 0-0 0-0-0 3 1 0 0 2 12 20 4-9 3-7 0-0 0-3-3 2 1 0 1 0 11 33 6-9 4-5 0-0 0-0-0 4 1 0 0 0 16 29 3-9 2-7 0-0 0-3-3 1 2 0 0 0 8 35 0-6 0-5 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 26 5-13 3-10 0-0 1-2-3 3 1 4 2 0 13 29 3-5 3-5 0-0 0-2-2 3 0 2 0 0 9 32 2-8 1-6 2-2 3-0-3 2 0 1 0 0 7 22 3-6 2-4 0-1 1-1-2 4 1 1 0 0 8 18 3-6 2-5 0-0 1-2-3 3 0 0 0 0 8 29 2-10 2-8 1-2 0-1-1 3 1 0 0 1 7 33 6-12 3-8 2-2 1-2-3 3 1 2 1 0 17 31 7-14 3-10 0-0 1-4-5 3 1 1 0 0 17 38 6-13 3-9 2-2 2-2-4 2 1 2 1 0 17 44 2-9 1-7 0-0 0-4-4 2 0 2 1 1 5 29 1-8 1-7 0-1 0-1-1 2 2 0 0 0 3 25 3-12 3-8 2-5 1-7-8 0 1 1 1 0 11 47 5-13 4-9 0-0 1-4-5 1 2 0 0 1 14 33 0-4 0-3 0-0 1-1-2 2 3 2 1 2 0 31 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-3-3 1 0 1 0 1 0 26 8-11 5-7 0-0 0-4-4 2 0 4 0 0 21 35 3-5 3-4 4-4 0-3-3 3 1 0 0 0 13 36 3-12 3-9 0-0 2-5-7 1 0 0 0 2 9 32 2-8 2-8 1-2 0-0-0 3 0 1 0 0 7 35 4-4 4-7 0-0 1-4-5 3 1 2 0 1 12 28 2-6 1-4 0-0 0-2-2 2 0 2 0 0 5 28 3-6 1-4 0-0 0-2-2 2 0 1 0 1 7 29 2-9 1-7 0-0 1-5-6 4 1 2 0 1 5 27 1-6 1-6 0-0 0-2-2 3 2 0 0 2 3 28 4-8 3-7 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 2 0 0 11 32 0-4 0-3 0-0 2-0-2 2 0 0 0 0 0 29

Date Opponent 11/10 at La Salle 11/12 vs. Penn 11/13 at Virginia 11/21 vs. Kansas State 11/23 vs. Pitt 11/25 at Temple 11/28 at Lafayette 12/1 at Duke 12/4 Radford 12/8 Delaware State 12/16 at Villanova 12/21 Penn 12/31 Rider 1/5 Old Dominion 1/9 Hofstra 1/12 at Georgia State 1/16 Towson 1/19 Northeastern 1/24 at James Madison 1/28 at Drexel 1/30 William & Mary 2/2 UNCW 2/6 at Towson 2/9 at George Mason 2/11 Old Dominion 2/13 at Northeastern 2/17 James Madison 2/21 Drexel 2/23 at UNCW 2/27 at Hofstra 3/2 George Mason 3/9 vs. Hofstra 3/10 vs. James Madison

2012-13 Game-by-Game FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 1-3 1-2 0-0 1-2-3 4 1 1 1 1 3 30 2-6 1-4 2-2 1-2-3 3 0 0 0 2 7 20 2-6 2-6 0-0 1-2-3 1 0 1 0 1 6 33 1-4 1-3 0-0 0-2-2 2 1 1 1 1 3 33 3-7 2-5 2-2 0-3-3 0 1 0 1 0 10 28 3-6 2-4 1-2 0-2-2 2 1 2 1 1 9 36 4-11 3-9 0-0 0-3-3 3 3 6 0 2 11 40 3-10 1-8 0-0 0-1-1 2 1 1 1 1 7 34 2-9 1-4 4-5 2-3-5 3 1 4 1 1 9 34 5-13 2-7 0-0 2-1-3 2 2 0 0 0 12 41 2-3 1-2 5-6 1-1-2 2 1 2 0 1 10 31 3-11 2-9 0-0 1-1-2 1 3 1 1 1 8 27 3-11 3-8 0-0 1-4-5 1 2 2 0 1 9 34 3-7 2-6 0-1 0-3-3 3 2 2 1 2 8 31 4-8 2-5 1-2 0-1-1 1 2 0 1 0 11 32 3-8 2-6 0-2 1-4-5 1 1 0 1 0 8 34 4-9 0-3 1-2 1-2-3 4 2 1 0 2 9 36 6-12 3-8 4-4 1-0-1 4 0 0 0 2 19 38 0-5 0-3 2-2 0-2-2 3 2 0 0 0 2 34 5-9 3-5 2-5 3-3-6 1 4 1 1 0 15 39 5-10 4-9 2-2 1-8-9 1 0 0 0 0 16 35 1-9 0-6 0-0 1-2-3 1 2 3 1 1 2 34 3-4 3-3 0-0 1-1-2 1 0 1 0 0 9 23 1-4 1-3 2-2 1-1-2 1 0 0 1 0 5 31 4-9 4-7 0-0 0-2-2 4 1 2 0 0 12 28 4-12 1-7 0-0 1-3-4 2 1 3 1 0 9 42 4-6 2-3 6-6 2-4-6 0 1 1 0 1 16 34 1-5 1-4 0-2 0-2-2 5 0 3 0 1 3 34 4-9 4-8 0-0 1-3-4 0 0 0 1 0 12 33 3-10 2-7 2-2 3-1-4 3 0 1 0 1 10 34 5-11 4-9 3-4 1-1-2 2 0 1 0 0 17 34 1-6 0-3 0-0 1-1-2 3 1 1 0 0 2 28 2-10 2-8 5-5 1-1-2 1 0 1 0 1 11 39

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL JARVIS THREATT

JARVIS 4 THREATT Senior • Guard • 6-2 • 170 • Richmond, Va./Highland Springs As A Blue Hen

Third-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned two letters •  All-CAA candidate •  Preseason second team All-CAA selection • expected to start in the Delaware backcourt •  excellent slasher to the basket who can also hit the three-pointer •  enters junior season ranked 11th in UD history with an 80.3 career free throw percentage. 2012-13 Season: Third team All-CAA selection •  appeared in 30 games while making 27 starts (missed three games with an abdominal injury suffered vs. Pitt) • ranked second on the team with 13.0 points and 5.7 rebounds per game • led the Blue Hens with 97 assists and 54 steals • ranked third in the CAA with 1.8 steals per game, sixth with a 1.3 assist/turnover ratio, seventh with 3.2 assists per game, eighth with a 79.1 free throw percentage, 10th with 4.6 defensive rebounds per game, 14th with 13.0 points per game, and 17th with 5.7 rebounds per game • only player in the CAA to rank among the top 20 in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals • scored in double figures during 22 games and reached the 20-point mark five times • had two separate nine-game double figure scoring streaks (Dec. 16 through Jan. 23 and Feb. 9 through Mar. 9) • led the Blue Hens with 17 points while adding six rebounds during the season opener at La Salle (11/10) •  scored 14 points while adding five rebounds in the triumph over Virginia (11/13) •  scored 15 points and handed out five assists at Villanova (12/16) •  named National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Dec. 17 • scored 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds during the home win over Penn (12/21) •  scored 19 points in the victory at Old Dominion, tying the school record for free throws made by going 19 of 20 from the line (1/5) •  poured in 19 points while making a career-best six steals against Hofstra (1/9) •  scored 18 points and grabbed six rebounds at Georgia State (1/12) •  scored 21 points and handed out a career-high seven assists versus Northeastern (1/19) •  scored 15 points and made four steals against UNCW (2/2) •  scored 20 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and dished out six assists while posting his first career double-double at George Mason (2/9) •  recorded his second straight double-double with 10 points and a career-best 13 rebounds versus Old Dominion (2/11) •  led the Blue Hens with 20 points at Northeastern, and hit a game-winning three-pointer with 10 seconds left in overtime (2/13) •  scored 13 points and grabbed nine rebounds during the double overtime win over Drexel (2/21) •  recorded a seasonhigh 23 points while adding 12 rebounds and five assists during the victory at UNCW (2/23) •  posted 12 points during the win at Hofstra, and scored five straight points after the game was tied at 48-48 with three minutes left (2/27) •  scored 20 points versus George Mason including a 13 of 14 performance from the foul line, and scored nine of UD’s final 10 points (3/2) •  hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 39 seconds left to put the Blue Hens in front for good • scored 15 points during the victory over Hofstra in the CAA Tournament Quarterfinals (3/9). 2011-12 Season: Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team selection •  named to CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman All-American Team •  appeared in all but one game (missed the Boston University game with a bruised knee), and started the first two contests •  ranked third on the Blue Hens with 10.7 points per game •  led the squad with 41 steals, ranked second with 70 assists, and was fourth with 3.9 rebounds per game •  averaged 16.3 points over the final 15 games •  reached double figures 14 times, including each of the final eight games of the year •  recorded the three highest scoring games by a UD freshman in school history •  ranked third in the CAA with an 81.8 free throw percentage •  set Blue Hen freshman single season records with 130 free throws made and 159 attempted •  grabbed a season-high nine rebounds during the win over Drexel (12/3) •  led the Blue Hens with 17 points and grabbed six rebounds at Howard (12/22)

•  scored 30 points during the double overtime win over Georgia State (1/21) •  went 10 of 15 from the field including 6 of 9 from three-point range, and hit all five of his shots from behind the arc in the first half •  connected on six consecutive three-pointers, the second most in Delaware history •  scored 16 points at Drexel (1/28) •  scored a teamhigh 19 points to go with eight reCareer Highs bounds, six assists and three steals during the overtime win at Georgia State (2/11) • went 13 of 15 from Points......................................................31 at Butler, 3/14/12 the free throw line and scored Field Goals Made......................................................10, twice the Blue Hens’ final six points of Field Goals Attempted......................................15, four times overtime, all from the foul line 3-pt. Field Goals Made.............6 vs. Georgia State, 1/21/12 •  scored a game-high 20 points 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted......................................9, twice and went 13 of 14 from the line Free Throws Made......................19 at Old Dominion, 1/5/13 during the win at Hofstra (2/14) •  scored 14 points against Hamp- Free Throws Attempted.............20 at Old Dominion, 1/5/13 ton (2/18) • scored 29 points and Rebounds...................................13 vs. Old Dominion, 2/11/13 set UD freshman records by going Assists..........................................7 vs. Northeastern, 1/19/13 16 of 19 from the free throw line Blocks..................................................2 at Howard, 12/22/11 during the win at Towson (2/22) Steals...................................................... 6 vs. Hofstra, 1/9/13 • recorded 17 points against Northeastern (2/25) • scored Minutes............................................... 45 vs. Drexel, 2/21/13 a UD freshman record 31 points during the CBI Tournament game at Butler (3/14), going 10 of 14 from the field while adding four steals •  named CAA Rookie of the Week on Jan. 23 and Feb. 27, and CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on Feb. 13 and Feb. 20 •  selected National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Jan. 23.

High School

Four-year member of the basketball team at Highland Springs High School • named to Parade All-American third team as a senior •  averaged 25.7 points, 7.2 rebounds, 4.8 steals, 4.5 assists and 1.9 blocks while leading the Springers to the district regular season and tournament titles •  also helped Highland Springs to the Central Region finals and the state semifinals •  first team All-State selection •  first team All-Region, All-Metro and All-District pick •  named the Player of the Year in the Region, Metro, and District •  selected Richmond Dispatch Player of the Year •  McDonald’s All-America nominee •  selected to East squad in Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star Game • also was an All-District and All-Region honoree as a junior •  averaged 19.6 points, 2.6 assists and 3.0 steals during junior year •  scored over 1,000 points during his career.

Personal

Jarvis Lorenzo Threatt •  son of Jay Threatt, Sr. and Cheryl Threatt • older brother, Jay, played basketball at Delaware State •  father played basketball at Virginia State University •  distant cousin of Sedale Threatt who played in the NBA from 1983-97 with the 76ers, Bulls, SuperSonics, Lakers and Rockets • enjoys drawing, playing Xbox and buying shoes in his free time • sociology major at Delaware.

Jarvis Threatt at Delaware Year GP/GS Min Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. OR DR Tot Avg. PF FO A TO B S Pts Avg. 2011-12 31/2 742 23.9 87-220 .395 29-90 .322 130-159 .818 27 95 122 3.9 32 0 70 49 8 41 333 10.7 2012-13 30/27 1008 33.6 113-314 .360 14-53 .264 151-191 .791 32 138 170 5.7 61 1 97 75 6 54 391 13.0 Totals 61/29 1750 28.7 200-534 .375 43-143 .301 281-350 .803 59 233 292 4.8 93 1 167 124 14 95 724 11.9

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JARVIS THREATT CAREER GAME-BY-GAME Date Opponent 11/11 at Radford 11/18 at Villanova 11/22 Cornell 11/26 Lafayette 12/3 Drexel 12/7 at Penn 12/10 at Delaware State 12/19 La Salle 12/22 at Howard 12/30 Temple 1/2 at UNCW 1/4 Hofstra 1/7 at William & Mary 1/11 Old Dominion 1/14 VCU 1/18 at George Mason 1/21 Georgia State 1/23 Towson 1/25 at Northeastern 1/28 at Drexel 2/1 George Mason 2/4 at James Madison 2/8 UNCW 2/11 at Georgia State 2/14 at Hofstra 2/18 Hampton 2/22 at Towson 2/25 Northeastern 3/2 vs. Towson 3/3 vs. Old Dominion 3/14 at Butler

2011-12 Game-by-Game FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 1-8 0-3 1-2 0-4-4 3 2 2 0 2 3 37 3-11 3-9 2-2 0-4-4 1 5 1 1 2 11 25 1-4 1-4 0-0 0-4-4 0 1 1 0 2 3 10 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 1 0 1 0 0 9 1-5 0-1 0-0 4-5-9 3 2 3 0 0 2 27 1-2 1-1 2-2 0-0-0 3 2 2 0 0 5 21 2-6 1-3 1-2 1-2-3 2 3 1 0 0 6 21 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-5-5 1 1 0 0 0 2 26 5-10 3-7 4-4 2-4-6 4 2 2 2 0 17 32 3-6 1-2 1-1 0-1-1 1 2 1 1 0 8 20 3-9 2-4 2-2 3-3-6 2 1 1 0 0 10 19 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 0 2 2 0 0 2 13 0-1 0-1 2-2 0-1-1 0 0 1 0 1 2 13 2-4 1-1 2-6 1-1-2 0 2 0 0 2 7 18 1-3 1-3 4-6 0-1-1 1 0 1 1 0 7 19 1-7 0-3 2-3 2-5-7 0 3 1 0 0 4 24 10-15 6-9 4-4 1-5-6 1 1 5 1 3 30 37 3-9 1-5 2-2 1-2-3 1 2 0 0 1 9 23 2-4 0-2 4-7 2-4-6 0 3 2 0 5 8 27 4-9 1-2 7-9 0-2-2 0 1 2 0 1 16 28 0-2 0-0 2-2 0-4-4 0 5 0 0 1 2 11 3-8 0-2 8-10 1-3-4 0 2 0 0 2 14 20 3-6 0-2 2-2 2-3-5 0 4 1 0 1 8 18 3-8 0-4 13-15 3-5-8 0 6 4 0 3 19 31 3-9 1-3 13-14 0-3-3 1 3 0 0 2 20 29 3-12 1-5 7-8 0-4-4 0 2 3 1 2 14 30 6-11 1-2 16-19 1-4-5 0 2 5 0 4 29 31 5-7 2-3 5-6 0-3-3 2 2 3 0 0 17 30 3-12 0-5 9-11 0-3-3 1 2 4 0 3 15 31 3-9 0-0 6-6 1-6-7 2 5 0 0 0 12 33 10-14 2-3 9-13 0-4-4 3 1 1 0 4 31 29

Date Opponent 11/10 at La Salle 11/12 vs. Penn 11/13 at Virginia 11/21 vs. Kansas State 11/23 vs. Pitt 12/4 Radford 12/8 Delaware State 12/16 at Villanova 12/21 Penn 12/31 Rider 1/5 Old Dominion 1/9 Hofstra 1/12 at Georgia State 1/16 Towson 1/19 Northeastern 1/24 at James Madison 1/28 at Drexel 1/30 William & Mary 2/2 UNCW 2/6 at Towson 2/9 at George Mason 2/11 Old Dominion 2/13 at Northeastern 2/17 James Madison 2/21 Drexel 2/23 at UNCW 2/27 at Hofstra 3/2 George Mason 3/9 vs. Hofstra 3/10 vs. James Madison

2012-13 Game-by-Game FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 7-15 0-1 3-5 4-2-6 2 2 2 0 2 17 31 2-12 0-0 8-9 2-2-4 1 5 3 1 3 12 34 6-12 1-3 1-3 0-5-5 2 3 4 0 3 14 36 1-8 0-3 3-4 1-4-5 0 0 6 0 1 5 30 2-8 0-1 0-2 3-1-4 2 1 1 0 0 4 28 1-7 0-1 3-5 0-7-7 2 1 1 1 2 5 28 0-4 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 0 2 1 0 0 0 10 6-15 0-2 3-5 2-2-4 0 5 4 0 1 15 32 7-15 0-2 4-5 3-4-7 2 4 1 0 2 18 28 4-13 0-1 4-5 2-2-4 0 3 5 0 1 12 38 0-4 0-1 19-20 1-5-6 4 5 4 1 2 19 29 7-13 0-0 5-7 1-1-2 2 3 2 0 6 19 37 4-11 0-1 10-12 0-6-6 4 1 2 1 0 18 37 3-7 0-0 6-7 1-3-4 3 3 0 0 3 12 37 9-11 2-2 1-2 0-4-4 3 7 2 0 1 21 39 1-9 1-2 9-12 0-5-5 0 1 1 0 1 12 35 4-6 0-0 1-2 1-7-8 3 5 3 0 3 9 34 1-9 0-1 1-2 0-7-7 2 4 2 0 2 3 33 4-11 0-2 7-8 2-3-5 1 1 2 0 4 15 34 1-7 1-2 4-4 0-4-4 5 1 1 0 1 7 25 6-13 2-4 6-7 1-9-10 2 6 1 0 1 20 37 3-13 1-4 3-4 3-10-13 2 6 2 1 1 10 39 5-11 2-3 8-10 0-6-6 1 3 5 0 1 20 44 4-12 0-2 4-5 0-4-4 2 4 2 0 2 12 40 4-12 1-3 4-4 0-9-9 4 3 3 1 0 13 45 8-12 0-1 7-8 0-12-12 0 5 2 0 2 23 36 4-12 1-3 3-6 0-3-3 4 3 2 0 4 12 31 3-11 1-2 13-14 1-3-4 1 4 2 0 0 20 39 2-8 0-1 11-14 1-4-5 3 4 4 0 2 15 34 4-13 1-4 0-0 2-4-6 4 2 5 0 3 9 28

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL TOM ALLSHOUSE

TOM 1 ALLSHOUSE Junior • Forward • 6-6 • 230 • Middletown, Del./St. Mark’s As A Blue Hen

Second-year member of the Blue Hens • expected to provide depth in the Delaware frontcourt. 2012-13 Season: Grabbed one rebound while making his Blue Hen debut at Duke (12/1) • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12 Season: Attended Delaware but was not a member of the basketball team •  played club volleyball at UD.

High School

Four-year member of the basketball team at nearby St. Mark’s High School •  played volleyball during his senior year •  earned a letter in both sports as a senior •  named to All-Tournament Team •  played in the Blue and Gold Senior All-Star Game.

Personal

Thomas Allen Allshouse •  born October 6, 1992 •  son of Allen and Leslie Allshouse •  has a twin brother, David, who attends Navy, and an older sister, Julia •  both parents are UD graduates •  mechanical engineering major at Delaware with a minor in mathematics • has traveled to Italy and France.

Career Highs

Points................................................................................. n/a Field Goals Made............................................................. n/a Field Goals Attempted..................................................... n/a 3-pt. Field Goals Made................................................... n/a 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted........................................... n/a Free Throws Made........................................................... n/a Free Throws Attempted.................................................. n/a Rebounds.................................................. 1 at Duke, 12/1/12 Assists............................................................................... n/a Blocks................................................................................ n/a Steals................................................................................. n/a Minutes.................................................... 1 at Duke, 12/1/12

TOM ALLSHOUSE CAREER GAME-BY-GAME Date Opponent 12/1 at Duke

2012-13 Game-by-Game FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Tom Allshouse at Delaware Year GP/GS Min Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. OR DR Tot Avg. PF FO A TO B S Pts Avg. 2012-13 1/0 1 1.0 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 1/0 1 1.0 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL MARVIN KING-DAVIS

MARVIN 21 KING-DAVIS Sophomore • Forward • 6-7 • 230 • Richmond, Va./Meadowbrook As A Blue Hen

Third-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned one letter • expected to see increased playing time in the UD frontcourt • strong, athletic frontcourt player with excellent leaping ability. 2012-13 Season: Appeared in 24 games during his redshirt freshman season • averaged 2.0 points and 1.8 rebounds per game, and blocked 10 shots • scored two points and grabbed four rebounds during the victory over Penn (11/12) •  scored seven points while adding four Career Highs rebounds and a season-high three blocks against Pitt (11/23) Points......................................................8 vs. Penn, 12/21/12 •  grabbed three rebounds while adding an assist and a block at Field Goals Made..................................4 vs. Penn, 12/21/12 Temple (11/25) • scored four Field Goals Attempted..........................7 vs. Penn, 12/21/12 points and collected four rebounds 3-pt. Field Goals Made................................................... n/a at Duke (12/1) • posted four points and two rebounds against 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted........................................... n/a Radford (12/4) • scored a Free Throws Made................................3 vs. Rider, 12/31/12 season-high eight points on 4 of Free Throws Attempted......................... 5 at Duke, 12/1/12 7 shooting while adding three Rebounds.....................................5 vs. Old Dominion, 2/11/13 rebounds during the home win Assists..................................................1 at Temple, 11/25/12 over Penn (12/21) • scored five points and grabbed three Blocks...........................................................................3, twice rebounds against Rider (12/31) Steals.............................................1 vs. Old Dominion, 1/5/13 •  scored two points and blocked Minutes.................................................. 25 vs. Pitt, 11/23/12 a season-best three shots at Old Dominion (1/5) • scored three points and grabbed a season-high five rebounds against Old Dominion (2/11) •  posted four points and four rebounds at Northeastern (2/13) •  recorded two points, four rebounds and a block against George Mason (3/2). 2011-12 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt and maintained freshman eligibility.

High School

Named first team All-District, first team All-Region, second team All-Metro, and second team All-State as a senior at Meadowbrook High School •  was also an All-District and All-Region selection as a junior •  tabbed

Village News and Progress Index Player of the Year •  selected to East squad in Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star Game •  recorded 23 points and 14 rebounds during a victory over Thomas Dale that gave Meadowbrook the district championship •  McDonald’s All-America finalist •  posted 22.6 points, 11.8 rebounds, and 3.5 blocks per game during senior year •  averaged 13.6 points and 8.5 rebounds as a junior.

Personal

Marvin Hasaan King-Davis •  son of Thomas Davis and Angela King-Davis •  has siblings Talisha, Latrice, Shapall, Raquita and Michael •  enjoys fishing in his free time • sociology major at Delaware.

MARVIN KING-DAVIS CAREER GAME-BY-GAME Date Opponent 11/10 at La Salle 11/12 vs. Penn 11/21 vs. Kansas State 11/23 vs. Pitt 11/25 at Temple 11/28 at Lafayette 12/1 at Duke 12/4 Radford 12/8 Delaware State 12/16 at Villanova 12/21 Penn 12/31 Rider 1/5 Old Dominion 1/9 Hofstra 1/16 Towson 1/24 at James Madison 1/28 at Drexel 1/30 William & Mary 2/2 UNCW 2/11 Old Dominion 2/13 at Northeastern 2/17 James Madison 2/27 at Hofstra 3/2 George Mason

2012-13 Game-by-Game FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A T B S Pts. Min. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-3 0-0 0-1 1-3-4 3 0 0 0 0 2 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3-4 0-0 1-2 3-1-4 3 0 2 3 0 7 25 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 1 1 1 1 0 0 15 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2 12 1-3 0-0 2-5 2-2-4 2 0 1 0 0 4 14 2-3 0-0 0-0 2-0-2 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 4-7 0-0 0-0 2-1-3 2 0 0 1 0 8 16 1-4 0-0 3-4 3-0-3 1 0 0 0 0 5 12 1-3 0-0 0-2 0-0-0 2 1 0 3 1 2 14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-0-2 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 0 2 6 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 1-4 0-0 1-2 2-3-5 1 0 0 0 0 3 10 2-3 0-0 0-0 3-1-4 2 0 0 0 0 4 11 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 0 0 0 1 0 2 17

Marvin King-Davis at Delaware Year GP/GS Min Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. OR DR Tot Avg. PF FO A TO B S Pts Avg. 2012-13 24/0 213 8.9 20-48 .417 0-0 --- 7-16 .438 22 20 42 1.8 24 0 2 9 10 1 47 2.0 Totals 24/0 213 8.9 20-48 .417 0-0 --- 7-16 .438 22 20 42 1.8 24 0 2 9 10 1 47 2.0

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL SEAN LOCKE / DYLAN MILLER

SEAN 24 LOCKE Sophomore • Guard • 6-4 • 195 • Newark, Del./St. Mark’s As A Blue Hen

Second-year member of the Blue Hens • expected to provide depth in the Delaware backcourt.

year •  played in the Blue and Gold Senior All-Star Game •  helped lead the baseball team to the 2012 state championship as a pitcher and first baseman.

2012-13 Season: Sat out the entire season with an ACL injury suffered during the 2012 summer.

Personal

High School

Played four years of basketball and two years of baseball at nearby St. Mark’s High School •  named second team All-Catholic as a junior and first team All-Catholic as a senior •  selected to All-State team during senior

Sean Michael Locke •  born August 6, 1994 •  son of Chris Locke and Pamela Diksa •  has five siblings •  father attended Delaware •  sport management major at Delaware who aspires to become a basketball coach or general manager of a professional sports team • team representative on the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council.

DYLAN 31 MILLER Sophomore • Guard • 6-4 • 200 • Wilmington, Del./Salesianum As A Blue Hen

First-year member of the Blue Hens expected to provide depth in the Delaware backcourt. 2012-13 Season: Attended Delaware but was not a member of the basketball program.

High School

Four-year member of the basketball team at nearby Salesianum School in Wilmington, Del. • was the Delaware state winner of the 2011 Wendy’s High School Heisman Award • first team All-Catholic Conference selection as a junior and senior • named the team’s Most Valuable Player in 2010-11 • selected the squad’s

Defensive Player of the Year in 2011-12 • set a school record by making eight three-pointers in a game • volunteered as a tutor at Salesianum • member of National Honor Society • finished third in his class • also served as a Minuteman, an Executive House Captain, and in the Salesian Spirituality Commission.

Personal

Dylan Jacob Miller • born June 7, 1993 • son of Jeff and Karen Miller • has two sisters, Kayla and Kelsey • father played football at Susquehanna University • Kayla was a three-year member of the Blue Hen women’s basketball team from 2009-13 • she started 30 games as a point guard and led Delaware with 109 assists in 2012-13 when the Blue Hens won their second consecutive CAA Championship and advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen • finance/accounting major at Delaware with a minor in management information systems.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL MAURICE JEFFERS / BARNETT HARRIS

MAURICE 15 JEFFERS Freshman (R) • Forward • 6-9 • 235 • Washington, D.C./Calvin Coolidge As A Blue Hen

Second-year member of the Blue Hens expected to play a significant role in the Delaware frontcourt.

DCIAA championship during senior year •  selected to District All-Star Team •  posted a triple-double with 20 points, 21 rebounds and 10 blocks against Theodore Roosevelt High School •  honor roll student.

2012-13 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt and maintained freshman eligibility.

Personal

High School

Played his first two years at Woodrow Wilson High School and his final two years at Calvin Coolidge High School •  averaged eight points, 10 rebounds and five blocks per game as a junior, when he led Calvin Coolidge to a 21-8 record and a berth in the DCIAA Semifinals •  helped the Colts to a 30-10 record and the

Maurice Evan-Lamar “Mo” Jeffers II •  son of Maurice Jeffers, Sr. and Robin Delk •  has an older sister, Christian •  criminal justice major at Delaware •  enjoys drawing and playing NBA 2K in his free time •  father is a detective and mother works with student public health at George Washington University •  aspires to become an FBI agent.

BARNETT 2 HARRIS Freshman • Forward • 6-9 • 210 • Monroeville, Pa./Gateway (Fishburne Military Acad.) As A Blue Hen

First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to contribute in the Delaware frontcourt.

junior • finished his Gateway career ranked second in school history in career rebounds and third in career points • averaged eight points and six rebounds last season at Fishburn Military Academy in Waynesboro, Va.

High School

Personal

Averaged 12 points, 7.4 rebounds and 2.2 blocks while shooting 50 percent from the field as a senior at Gateway High School in 2011-12 • led Gateway to its second consecutive Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League title • All-State and All-District selection • averaged 8.5 points and 6.7 rebounds as a

Barnett Harris • born November 20, 1993 • son of Barnett, Sr. and Sonia Harris • has two sisters, Lindsay and Baruka • politcal science major at Delaware with a minor in history • worked as a lifeguard over the summer.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL CAZMON HAYES / DEVONNE PINKARD

CAZMON 22 HAYES Freshman • Guard • 6-4 • 195 • Charlotte, N.C./Phillip O. Berry Academy As A Blue Hen

First-year member of the Blue Hens • expected to challenge for playing time in the Delaware backcourt.

High School

Three-year starter at Phillip O. Berry Academy • All-Conference selection during each of his three seasons • 2013 Mega 7 Player of the Year • All-State and All-District pick as a senior • named the team’s MVP during senior year • scored 1,314 points during his three-year career • averaged 15.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.5 assists during his junior season at Phillip O. Berry • reached double figures in 23 of 26 games, and

eclipsed the 16-point mark 16 times • scored 42 points in a game to break the Charlotte Hoops Challenge scoring mark • led Cardinals to an 18-8 record • averaged 23.1 points per game as a senior when Phillip O. Berry finished 14-14 • named Mecklenburg County Most Underrated Player by The Charlotte Post during senior year.

Personal

Cazmon DaQuan Hayes • born March 11, 1995 • son of Antwana Smith • has a younger sister, D’Azah • mechanical engineering major at Delaware.

DEVONNE 11 PINKARD Freshman • Forward • 6-6 • 205 • Lancaster, Pa./JP McCaskey As A Blue Hen

First-year member of the Blue Hens expected to challenge for playing time on the wing for the Blue Hens.

High School

Named Lancaster Newspapers 2013 Player of the Year • Lancaster-Lebanon first team and all-defensive team selection • selected Pennsylvania Sports Writers boys third team AAA All-State • scored 1,303 points during his career at JP McCaskey • averaged 18.4 points as a senior and led the team with 50 three-pointers • reached double figures in all but two games, and surpassed the 20-point mark 12 times • led the Red Tornado to a 26-4 record and the Lancaster-Lebanon Section One title • appeared in the Lancaster-Lebanon

League Seniors All-Star Game • led JP McCaskey to 25 straight victories, one shy of the school record • also played his junior season at McCaskey, after spending his first two years at Lancaster Catholic • helped lead Lancaster Catholic to a 22-0 start and an appearance in the Class AAA semifinals as a sophomore, when he averaged 12 points per game.

Personal

Devonne Pinkard • born June 30, 1995 in Richmond, Va. • son of Phil and Carissa Pinkard • sport management major at Delaware • worked at a Nike outlet store over the summer.

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2012-13 University of Delaware Men’s Basketball Overall Statistics

TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 10 Devon Saddler............. 33 33 1246 37.8 216 505 .428 56 166 .337 168 205 .820 28 121 149 4.5 68 1 91 107 6 32 656 19.9 4 Jarvis Threatt............... 30 27 1008 33.6 113 314 .360 14 53 .264 151 191 .791 32 138 170 5.7 61 1 97 75 6 54 391 13.0 44 Jamelle Hagins............ 33 33 1092 33.1 148 271 .546 0 1 .000 87 117 .744 102 251 353 10.7 97 2 35 77 80 30 383 11.6 13 Kyle Anderson............. 33 32 1095 33.2 97 263 .369 62 184 .337 44 58 .759 30 72 102 3.1 67 1 36 42 15 24 300 9.1 32 Josh Brinkley............... 31 26 723 23.3 81 159 .509 0 1 .000 63 92 .685 59 62 121 3.9 74 0 8 30 14 4 225 7.3 33 Carl Baptiste................ 33 7 616 18.7 51 94 .543 0 0 --- 31 48 .646 42 97 139 4.2 96 4 10 37 13 14 133 4.0 12 Terrell Rogers.............. 27 5 399 14.8 31 116 .267 11 46 .239 25 30 .833 7 27 34 1.3 42 0 32 31 0 9 98 3.6 21 Marvin King-Davis....... 24 0 213 8.9 20 48 .417 0 0 --- 7 16 .438 22 20 42 1.8 24 0 2 9 10 1 47 2.0 15 Larry Savage............... 23 0 225 9.8 17 48 .354 1 8 .125 2 10 .200 20 26 46 2.0 18 0 7 6 7 8 37 1.6 3 Troy Thomas.................. 2 0 2 1.0 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1.0 31 Will Townsville............. 13 2 72 5.5 2 12 .167 0 5 .000 0 0 --- 4 8 12 0.9 6 0 1 1 0 0 4 0.3 1 Tom Allshouse................ 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 55 Tommy Williams............. 2 0 3 1.5 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 14 Brendan McNulty........... 4 0 5 1.3 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0.0 Team............................... 35 38 73 1 1 Totals........................ 33 6700 776 1833 .423 144 466 .309 580 769 .754 381 861 1242 37.6 556 9 319 418 151 178 2276 69.0 Opponents............... 33 6700 811 1972 .411 211 614 .344 442 650 .680 406 771 1177 35.7 640 - 417 355 103 229 2275 68.9

SCORE BY PERIODS 1st 2nd OT 2OT Total Delaware................................................. 1008 1231 24 13 2276 Opponents............................................... 1044 1192 28 11 2275

Colonial Athletic Association Games Statistics

TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 10 Devon Saddler............. 18 18 704 39.1 123 270 .456 29 86 .337 102 123 .829 8 72 80 4.4 33 0 47 56 1 18 377 20.9 4 Jarvis Threatt............... 18 18 651 36.2 71 184 .386 12 33 .364 111 134 .828 11 101 112 6.2 43 1 65 38 4 34 265 14.7 44 Jamelle Hagins............ 18 18 610 33.9 72 140 .514 0 0 --- 43 59 .729 45 119 164 9.1 56 1 19 39 43 16 187 10.4 13 Kyle Anderson............. 18 17 606 33.7 60 147 .408 38 102 .373 25 36 .694 18 43 61 3.4 37 1 18 19 8 10 183 10.2 32 Josh Brinkley............... 18 18 456 25.3 47 93 .505 0 1 .000 38 58 .655 27 42 69 3.8 48 0 6 19 7 2 132 7.3 33 Carl Baptiste................ 18 0 291 16.2 28 46 .609 0 0 --- 19 28 .679 16 47 63 3.5 53 2 3 21 7 6 75 4.2 12 Terrell Rogers.............. 12 0 111 9.3 6 29 .207 3 14 .214 9 14 .643 3 10 13 1.1 17 0 12 6 0 1 24 2.0 15 Larry Savage............... 14 0 151 10.8 11 27 .407 1 4 .250 2 8 .250 15 20 35 2.5 13 0 4 3 5 5 25 1.8 21 Marvin King-Davis....... 12 0 83 6.9 7 20 .350 0 0 --- 1 4 .250 9 9 18 1.5 9 0 1 5 5 1 15 1.3 3 Troy Thomas.................. 2 0 2 1.0 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1.0 14 Brendan McNulty........... 2 0 2 1.0 0 1 .000 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0.0 31 Will Townsville............... 3 1 8 2.7 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Team............................... 14 20 34 Totals........................ 18 3675 425 957 .444 83 241 .344 352 466 .755 166 483 649 36.1 312 5 175 208 80 95 1285 71.4 Opponents............... 18 3675 443 1100 .403 118 339 .348 246 358 .687 232 422 654 36.3 363 - 214 172 41 111 1250 69.4

SCORE BY PERIODS 1st 2nd OT 2OT Total Delaware................................................... 577 678 17 13 1285 Opponents................................................. 561 663 15 11 1250

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2012-13 University of Delaware Men’s Basketball Results (19-14, 13-5 CAA/T-2nd Place)

Date Nov. 10 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 4 Dec. 8 Dec. 16 Dec. 21 Dec. 31 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 16

Opponent at La Salle vs. Penn % at Virginia % vs. Kansas State % vs. Pitt % at Temple at Lafayette at #2 Duke Radford Delaware State at Villanova Penn Rider at Old Dominion * Hofstra * at Georgia State * Towson *

% NIT Season Tip-Off

Result Score Attendance L 66-73 3,400 W 84-69 8,568 W 59-53 8,490 L 63-66 7,230 L 59-85 7,198 L 75-80 5,158 L 60-63 1,079 L 50-88 9,314 W 68-59 1,798 L 67-73 (ot) 2,454 L 65-75 6,500 W 83-60 2,018 W 73-66 2,209 W 84-72 6,126 W 69-54 1,881 W 86-83 1,075 L 66-69 2,242

* Colonial Athletic Association game (2nd Place)

Date Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 9 Mar. 10

Opponent Northeastern * at James Madison * at Drexel * William & Mary * UNCW * at Towson * at George Mason * Old Dominion * at Northeastern * James Madison * Drexel * at UNCW * at Hofstra * George Mason * vs. Hofstra $ vs. James Madison $

Result Score Attendance L 70-74 2,685 L 50-64 2,605 W 66-64 1,569 W 66-56 2,413 W 71-56 2,396 L 65-85 2,409 W 79-72 5,567 W 75-73 2,357 W 76-74 (ot) 1,399 L 71-72 3,559 W 73-71 (2ot) 2,393 W 79-78 3,432 W 57-56 1,616 W 82-77 3,011 W 62-57 4,655 L 57-58 4,065

$ CAA Tournament (Richmond Coliseum - Richmond, Va.)

Delaware Season High/Low

POINTS

HIGH LOW

86 at Georgia State (1/12/13) 50 twice

FG MADE

HIGH LOW

32 13

FG ATTEMPTS

HIGH LOW

81 42

FG PCT.

HIGH LOW

.569 (29-51) .277 (18-65)

3-PT FG MADE

HIGH LOW

3-PT FG ATTEMPTS

HIGH LOW

27 8

3-PT FG PCT.

HIGH LOW

.636 (7-11) .000 (0-11)

FT MADE

HIGH LOW

FT ATTEMPTS

Opponent Season High/Low HIGH LOW

88 53

Duke (12/1/12) Virginia (11/13/12)

vs. Penn (12/21/12) at James Madison (1/23/13)

POINTS FG MADE

HIGH LOW

35 19

Duke (12/1/12) UNCW (2/2/13)

vs. Penn (12/21/12) at Old Dominion (1/5/13)

FG ATTEMPTS

HIGH LOW

72 52

Drexel (2/21/13) four times

at Temple (11/25/12) at Duke (12/1/12)

FG PCT

HIGH LOW

.589 (33-56) .333 (21-63)

3-PT FG MADE

HIGH LOW

11 twice 1 twice

at Lafayette (11/28/12) three times

3-PT FG ATTEMPTS

HIGH LOW

30 9

at Towson (2/6/13) vs. UNCW

3-PT FG PCT

HIGH LOW

.667 (10-15) .100 (1-10)

41 6

at Old Dominion (1/5/13) vs. William & Mary (1/30/13)

FT MADE

HIGH LOW

23 3

HIGH LOW

50 9

at Old Dominion (1/5/13) vs. William & Mary (1/30/13)

FT ATTEMPTS

HIGH LOW

34 Old Dominion (1/5/13) 10 twice

FT PCT.

HIGH LOW

1.000 (10-10) .538 (7-13)

at Lafayette (11/28/12) at Drexel (1/28/13)

FT PCT

HIGH LOW

.920 (23-25) .300 (3-10)

REBOUNDS

HIGH LOW

52 23

vs. Rider (12/31/12) vs. Northeastern (1/19/13)

REBOUNDS

HIGH LOW

51 24

at Towson (2/6/13) Penn (11/12/12)

ASSISTS

HIGH LOW

16 3

at Drexel (1/28/13) at Duke (12/1/12)

ASSISTS

HIGH LOW

25 5

Pitt (11/23/12) UNCW (2/2/13)

STEALS

HIGH LOW

11 at Old Dominion (1/5/13) 2 twice

STEALS

HIGH LOW

12 3

Temple (11/25/12) three times

BLOCKED SHOTS

HIGH LOW

8 0

four times vs. William & Mary (1/30/13)

BLOCKED SHOTS

HIGH LOW

9 0

TURNOVERS

HIGH LOW

21 7

at Old Dominion (1/5/13) at UNCW (2/23/13)

TURNOVERS HIGH LOW

8 at Lafayette (11/28/12) 0 twice

18 2

Pitt (11/23/12) James Madison (1/23/13)

William & Mary (1/30/13) Towson (1/16/13) Northeastern (1/19/13) Hofstra (1/9/13) La Salle (11/10/12) William & Mary (1/30/13)

La Salle (11/10/12) William & Mary (1/30/13)

Villanova (12/16/12) three times twice UNCW (2/23/13)

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2012-13 Delaware Men’s Basketball Individual Game Highs Delaware POINTS 32 Devon Saddler vs. Kansas State (11/21/12) 31 Devon Saddler vs. Drexel (2/21/13) 29 Devon Saddler at Georgia State (1/12/13) 29 Jamelle Hagins at Temple (11/25/12) 28 Devon Saddler vs. Pitt (11/23/12)

Opponents 30 Damion Lee, Drexel (1/28/13) 26 Keith Rendleman, UNCW (2/23/13) 25 Damion Lee, Drexel (2/21/13) 24 Tahj Tate, Delaware State (12/8/12) 23 Jonathan Lee, Northeastern (2/13/13)

FG MADE

12 11

Devon Saddler vs. Kansas State (11/21/12) Jamelle Hagins at Temple (11/25/12)

11 10 10

Keith Rendleman, UNCW (2/23/13) DeShawn Painter, Old Dominion (2/11/13) Damion Lee, Drexel (1/28/13)

FG ATTEMPTS

22 22

Devon Saddler at Duke (12/1/12) Devon Saddler vs. Kansas State (11/21/12)

25 23

Damion Lee, Drexel (2/21/13) DeShawn Painter, Old Dominion (2/11/13)

.875 (7-8) .857 (6-7) .857 (6-7)

Jamelle Hagins at Northeastern (2/13/13) Josh Brinkley at George Mason (2/9/13) Jamelle Hagins vs. Kansas State (11/21/12)

.857 (6-7) .833 (5-6) .833 (5-6)

4 4 4 4 4

Kyle Anderson vs. George Mason (3/2/13) Kyle Anderson at UNCW (2/23/13) Kyle Anderson vs. Old Dominion (2/11/13) Kyle Anderson vs. William & Mary (1/30/13) Devon Saddler vs. Radford (12/4/12)

4

10 9 9 9 9

Devon Saddler at Lafayette (11/28/12) Kyle Anderson vs. George Mason (3/2/13) Kyle Anderson vs. William & Mary (1/30/13) Kyle Anderson vs. Penn (12/21/12) Kyle Anderson at Lafayette (11/28/12)

11 9 9 9 9

Damion Lee, Drexel (2/21/13) Damion Lee, Drexel (1/28/13) Manny Atkins, Georgia State (1/12/13) Scootie Randall, Temple (11/25/12) Joe Harris, Virginia (11/13/12)

1.000 (3-3) 1.000 (2-2)

Kyle Anderson at Towson (2/6/13) Jarvis Threatt vs. Northeastern (1/19/13)

1.000 (3-3) 1.000 (2-2)

Tyshawn Bell, Delaware State (12/8/12) three players

FT MADE

19 13

Jarvis Threatt at Old Dominion (1/5/13) Jarvis Threatt vs. George Mason (3/2/13)

10 9

Rayshawn Goins, James Madison (2/17/13) Ya Ya Anderson, Radford (12/4/12)

FT ATTEMPTS

20 15

Jarvis Threatt at Old Dominion (1/5/13) Devon Saddler vs. Drexel (2/21/13)

12 11 11

DeShawn Painter, Old Dominion (1/5/13) Keith Rendleman, UNCW (2/23/13) Fran Dougherty, Penn (11/12/12)

Devon Saddler at Towson (2/6/13) Devon Saddler at Old Dominion (1/5/13)

1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (8-8)

Rayshawn Goins, James Madison (2/17/13) Tyreek Duren, La Salle (11/10/12)

23 18

Jamelle Hagins at Lafayette (11/28/12) Jamelle Hagins vs. Drexel (2/21/13)

13 13 13 13

Bilal Dixon, Towson (2/6/13) Rayshawn Goins, James Madison (1/23/13) Jerrelle Benimon, Towson (1/16/13) Akil Mitchell, Virginia (11/13/12)

ASSISTS

7 7 7

Devon Saddler at Drexel (1/28/13) Jarvis Threatt vs. Northeastern (1/19/13) Devon Saddler vs. Rider (12/31/12)

11 10

Chris Dixon, UNCW (2/23/13) Tyler Thornton, Duke (12/1/12)

STEALS

6 4 4 4 4

Jarvis Threatt vs. Hofstra (1/9/13) Jarvis Threatt at Hofstra (2/27/13) Jarvis Threatt vs. UNCW (2/2/13) Jamelle Hagins at Villanova (12/16/12) Terrell Rogers vs. Delaware State (12/8/12)

5 4 4 4 4

Demetrius Pollard, Northeastern (2/13/13) A.J. Davis, James Madison (3/10/13) Donte Hill, Old Dominion (1/5/13) T.J. DiLeo, Temple (11/25/12) Rahlir Hollis-Jefferson, Temple (11/25/12)

BLOCKED SHOTS

5 5 5

Jamelle Hagins at Hofstra (2/27/13) Jamelle Hagins at Lafayette (11/28/12) Jamelle Hagins at La Salle (11/10/12)

6 5

Maurice Sutton, Villanova (12/16/12) Andre Nation, James Madison (3/10/13)

TURNOVERS

8 6 6 6

Devon Saddler vs. Penn (11/12/12) Kyle Anderson at Lafayette (11/28/12) Devon Saddler at Temple (11/25/12) Jarvis Threatt vs. Kansas State (11/21/12)

8 6 6 6

Jerrelle Benimon, Towson (1/16/13) Donte Hill, Old Dominion (1/5/13) Jamal Lewis, Penn (12/21/12) Camryn Crocker, Penn (12/21/12)

FG PCT (min. 5 made) 3-PT FG MADE

3-PT FG ATTEMPTS 3-PT FG PCT

FT PCT

1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10)

REBOUNDS

Erik Copes, George Mason (2/9/13) Bilal Dixon, Towson (1/16/13) Daniel Ochefu, Villanova (12/16/12) seven players

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2012-13 Delaware Men’s Basketball Individual Game-by-Game Points-Rebounds-Assists 1 3 4 10 12 13 14 15 21 31 32 33 44 Date Opponent Result Allshouse Thomas Threatt Saddler Rogers Anderson McNulty Savage King-Davis Townsville Brinkley Baptiste Hagins Nov. 10 at La Salle L 66-73 DNP DNP 17-6-2 14-3-1 8-3-2 3-3-1 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 10-4-0 2-1-0 12-14-0 Nov. 12 vs. Penn W 84-69 DNP DNP 12-4-5 19-8-4 14-2-1 7-3-0 DNP DNP 2-4-0 0-0-0 15-9-0 9-9-0 6-7-0 Nov. 13 at Virginia W 59-53 DNP DNP 14-5-3 15-4-2 4-0-1 6-3-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 6-1-0 4-3-0 10-16-1 Nov. 21 vs. Kansas State L 63-66 DNP DNP 5-5-0 32-5-4 4-2-0 3-2-1 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-1-0 2-2-1 12-15-2 Nov. 23 vs. Pitt L 59-85 DNP DNP 4-4-1 28-5-2 2-1-1 10-3-1 DNP 0-2-1 7-4-0 0-0-0 DNP 4-1-1 4-7-1 Nov. 25 at Temple L 75-80 DNP DNP DNP 25-3-3 0-2-3 9-2-1 DNP 6-1-1 0-3-1 0-1-0 DNP 6-3-0 29-12-0 Nov. 28 at Lafayette L 60-63 DNP DNP DNP 17-3-5 8-2-4 11-3-3 DNP 0-0-0 2-0-0 DNP 0-2-0 4-7-0 18-23-0 Dec. 1 at #2 Duke L 50-88 0-1-0 DNP DNP 23-9-1 4-0-0 7-1-1 0-0-0 0-2-0 4-4-0 0-2-0 4-2-0 2-9-0 6-6-1 Dec. 4 Radford W 68-59 DNP DNP 5-7-1 18-4-5 2-0-0 9-5-1 DNP 2-0-0 4-2-0 0-3-1 8-7-1 4-4-0 16-10-0 Dec. 8 Delaware State L 67-73 (ot) DNP DNP 0-1-2 16-3-1 9-2-4 12-3-2 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-0 4-3-0 7-5-1 4-2-2 15-15-2 Dec. 16 at Villanova L 65-75 DNP DNP 15-4-5 19-2-2 2-2-3 10-2-1 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 6-4-0 1-1-1 12-8-0 Dec. 21 Penn W 83-60 DNP DNP 18-7-4 12-6-3 12-3-1 8-2-3 0-0-0 0-1-1 8-3-0 0-3-0 4-5-0 3-7-0 18-13-2 Dec. 31 Rider W 73-66 DNP DNP 12-4-3 12-4-7 0-2-0 9-5-2 DNP DNP 5-3-0 DNP 17-8-0 4-6-1 14-16-0 Jan. 5 at Old Dominion W 84-72 DNP DNP 19-6-5 27-5-3 2-1-2 8-3-2 DNP 2-3-0 2-0-1 DNP 11-5-0 2-2-0 11-16-1 Jan. 9 Hofstra W 69-54 DNP 0-0-0 19-2-3 23-5-1 0-1-0 11-1-2 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 8-6-1 8-6-0 0-6-0 Jan. 12 at Georgia State W 86-83 DNP DNP 18-6-1 29-6-3 5-1-3 8-5-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 12-5-0 3-1-0 11-7-4 Jan. 16 Towson L 66-69 DNP DNP 12-4-3 16-2-1 2-4-0 9-3-2 DNP DNP 0-2-0 DNP 8-3-0 3-3-0 16-8-1 Jan. 19 Northeastern L 70-74 DNP DNP 21-4-7 10-2-3 0-0-0 19-1-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP 4-1-1 0-1-0 16-11-1 Jan. 23 at James Madison L 50-64 DNP DNP 12-5-1 16-6-3 3-2-1 2-2-2 DNP 0-0-0 2-1-0 DNP 7-6-0 4-2-0 4-4-1 Jan. 28 at Drexel W 66-64 DNP DNP 9-8-5 13-5-7 0-1-0 15-6-4 DNP 0-3-0 0-0-0 DNP 10-0-0 8-13-0 11-3-0 Jan. 30 William & Mary W 66-56 DNP DNP 3-7-4 19-4-2 DNP 16-9-0 DNP 7-4-1 0-0-0 DNP 7-8-1 2-4-0 12-7-0 Feb. 2 UNCW W 71-56 DNP DNP 15-5-1 21-7-1 0-1-0 2-3-2 DNP 2-1-0 2-2-0 DNP 9-8-0 0-2-0 20-11-2 Feb. 6 at Towson L 65-85 DNP 2-0-0 7-4-1 20-5-3 6-0-1 9-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 6-6-0 1-0-0 14-8-0 Feb. 9 at George Mason W 79-72 DNP DNP 20-10-6 22-8-3 DNP 5-2-0 DNP 0-5-2 DNP DNP 17-3-1 9-1-0 6-6-2 Feb. 11 Old Dominion W 75-73 DNP DNP 10-13-6 24-5-1 DNP 12-2-1 DNP 8-3-0 3-5-0 DNP 10-6-0 4-1-2 4-5-4 Feb. 13 at Northeastern W 76-74 (ot) DNP DNP 20-6-3 18-4-3 DNP 9-4-1 DNP 0-4-0 4-4-0 DNP 3-2-2 5-5-0 17-9-0 Feb. 17 James Madison L 71-72 DNP DNP 12-4-4 23-8-2 DNP 16-6-1 DNP 2-1-0 0-0-0 DNP 6-4-0 6-5-1 6-11-0 Feb. 21 Drexel W 73-71 (2ot) DNP DNP 13-9-3 31-2-2 3-0-0 3-2-0 DNP 0-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 5-4-0 4-6-0 14-18-2 Feb. 23 at UNCW W 79-78 DNP DNP 23-12-5 24-1-2 3-1-3 12-4-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 9-2-0 4-0-0 4-8-0 Feb. 27 at Hofstra W 57-56 DNP DNP 12-3-3 19-1-2 0-1-2 10-4-0 DNP 4-7-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 4-8-0 8-12-0 Mar. 2 George Mason W 82-77 DNP DNP 20-4-4 22-4-5 DNP 17-2-0 DNP 0-1-1 2-4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-3-0 13-14-1 Mar. 9 vs. Hofstra W 62-57 DNP DNP 15-5-4 22-2-3 5-0-0 2-2-1 DNP 4-4-0 DNP 0-0-0 2-1-0 0-12-0 12-15-3 Mar. 10 vs. James Madison L 57-58 DNP DNP 9-6-2 7-8-1 0-0-0 11-2-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP 9-3-0 9-9-1 12-12-4

2012-13 Delaware Record by Starting Lineup Starting Lineups (in order of first used) Brinkley, Hagins, Threatt, Saddler, Anderson.............................................15-7 Baptiste, Hagins, Threatt, Saddler, Anderson..............................................2-2 Baptiste, Hagins, Saddler, Rogers, Anderson..............................................0-3 Brinkley, Hagins, Saddler, Anderson, Townsville........................................1-0 Brinkley, Hagins, Saddler, Rogers, Anderson...............................................0-2 Brinkley, Hagins, Threatt, Saddler, Townsville............................................1-0

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Game #1: Blue Hens dropped seventh straight season-opener...Career-high points for Steve Zack...La Salle jumped out to a 21-6 lead seven minutes into the game, before UD closed to within six at the half...Hens took their first lead of the second half at 49-48 on two Saddler free throws at the 13:06 mark...The teams traded baskets before a Kyle Anderson three-pointer knotted the contest at 60-60 with four minutes to play...But Zack scored five straight points and La Salle led the rest of the way...UD closed to within three twice, but the Explorers went 8 of 8 from the foul line late to hold on for the win.

Game #3: Blue Hens snapped an eight-game losing streak to Virginia and a 19-game losing skid to teams currently in the ACC, since an 89-88 victory over the Cavaliers on Jan. 20, 1962...Delaware jumped out to a 13-point halftime lead and increased the margin to 35-17...Virginia erupted for a 25-6 spurt to take a 42-41 edge...Delaware immediately responded with eight consecutive points, including two triples by Devon Saddler, and led the rest of the way...Saddler went 5 of 6 from the free throw line in the final 45 seconds to seal the victory.

Game #2: Delaware trailed 31-30 late in the first half but exploded for a 32-7 run, going up 62-38 with 13:43 remaining... UD snaps two-game losing skid to Penn...Hens’ +23 rebounding advantage their highest since 2000.

Jamelle Hagins posted a double-double with 10 points and 16 rebounds during the Blue Hens’ 59-53 win at Virginia in the NIT Season Tip-Off.

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Game #4: Delaware fell to Kansas State in its first ever game in Madison Square Garden...Devon Saddler tied his career high with 32 points...Jamelle Hagins grabbed a game-best 15 boards and added 12 points on 6 of 7 shooting to post his third double-double of the year...However Hagins missed most of the second half with cramps, while Jarvis Threatt also left the game with cramps...Kansas State was the first Big 12 opponent UD had ever faced.

Game #6: Jamelle Hagins scored a career-high 29 points and added a game-best 12 rebounds...Devon Saddler surpassed the 20-point mark for the third consecutive game with 25 points...Hagins and Saddler combined to score 30 straight UD points during a 14-minute stretch in the second half...UD’s 56.9 field goal percentage was its highest since Dec. 1, 2009... Temple led by as many as 14 points in the second half, before a 25-12 UD run pulled the Hens within a point...However the Owls scored the next six points and did not trail from there...Temple defeated Delaware for the 18th straight meeting.

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Game #5: Pitt jumped out to leads of 10-0 and 20-4...The Panthers led by as many as 21 in the first half...Delaware never got closer than 17 points in the second stanza...Pitt shot 58.9 percent from the field, the highest percentage allowed by UD since Rutgers shot 60.4 percent on Nov. 16, 2008...Josh Brinkley sat out the contest with a right ankle injury...Devon Saddler scored a game-high 28 points and was named to the NIT Season Tip-Off All-Tournament Team.

Game #7: Lafayette used an early 14-0 run to take control and led by as many as 18 points in the opening half...The Leopards were up as much as 20 early in the second period, before Delaware stormed back...However Kyle Anderson’s three-pointer at the buzzer fell off the rim...Lafayette snapped a six-game losing streak to UD...Jamelle Hagins grabbed a career-high 23 rebounds, the most by a Blue Hen since Spencer Dunkley had 25 on Jan. 6, 1993...Delaware’s 27 three-point attempts were a season-high.

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Game #8: Duke jumped out to a 37-13 advantage and led by at least 20 the rest of the way...The second-ranked Blue Devils were the highest ranked opponent in UD history...Loss was UD’s largest since a 95-56 setback to Purdue in the 1998 NCAA Tournament...Devon Saddler reached the 20-point mark for the fourth time in five games.

Game #9: Delaware won its third consecutive home opener...The Blue Hens jumped out to a 13-3 lead, before Radford cut the margin to a point at the break...UD used a 13-1 run early in the second half to go up 49-37 and led by at least six points the rest of the night...Delaware shot just 37.9 percent but held a 47-33 rebounding margin.

Game #10: Delaware had its seven-game home winning streak snapped...DSU won for the first time in six tries in the BCC...The Blue Hens rallied from an eight-point second half deficit to take a three-point lead, but DSU’s Amere May hit a game-tying three-pointer with four seconds left...The Hornets opened OT with an 11-3 run and led the entire period.

Game #11: Delaware dropped its fourth straight road game...Villanova improved to 11-0 against the Blue Hens...The Wildcats led by just four at the break but opened the second half with a 9-3 run to take a double-digit cushion...UD closed within 46-40 and forced a Nova time out, but the Wildcats immediately scored eight consecutive points and led by double figures the rest of the way...Nova grabbed 20 offensive boards and held a 29-7 edge in second chance points.

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Game #12: Penn jumped out to a 12-2 lead, before Delaware closed the period with an 11-2 run to take a six-point halftime lead...UD then opened the second half with a 16-4 spurt to put the game away...Jarvis Threatt and Jamelle Hagins led UD with 18 points...Penn’s second through fifth leading scorers all sat out due to violation of team rules...The Blue Hens’ 51 rebounds were the most since 2005, while their 81 field goal attempts were the most since 1993.

Game #14: Delaware set a school record with 41 free throws made...Jarvis Threatt scored 19 points despite not hitting a shot from the field, as he tied the UD record by hitting 19 free throws out of 20 attempts...UD snapped a four-game losing streak to ODU and a six-game skid in Norfolk...Jamelle Hagins recorded 16 boards for the second straight game to go over the 900-rebound mark for his career.

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Game #13: Delaware closed the first half with a 9-2 run to take a 39-32 lead into the half...The Blue Hens extended the margin to 51-38 before Rider rallied to take its first lead of the second period at 61-60...UD was up one with five minutes left but Carl Baptiste and Devon Saddler hit layups to make it a five-point game...UD grabbed over 50 rebounds for the second straight game...Josh Brinkley scored a season-high 17 points for Delaware.

Jarvis Threatt tied the Delaware record by hitting 19 free throws out of 20 attempts as the Blue Hens opened Colonial Athletic Association play with an 84-72 win at Old Dominion.

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Game #15: Devon Saddler scored a game-high 23 points to surpass the 1,300-point mark and move into 10th place on the UD career scoring list..Jarvis Threatt scored 19 points for the second consecutive game...Hofstra guard Taran Buie entered the game averaging a team-high 14.8 points but scored just two on 1-11 shooting...UD led 31-30 early in the second half but used a 16-3 run to go up 47-33, and led by at least 11 points the rest of the way.

Game #16: Devon Saddler hit a game-winning three-pointer with .8 seconds remaining to give Delaware its fifth straight win...UD led 81-70 with 1:41 to play before Georgia State rallied to tie the game...The Blue Hens defeated the Panthers for the fifth straight meeting, by a total of 13 points...UD’s 86 points were its season-high.

Game #17: Delaware had its five-game winning streak and 10-game CAA regular season win streak snapped...Towson broke a five-game skid against the Hens...Jamelle Hagins set the UD career rebounds mark and went over the 1,000-point plateau...Delaware did not make a three-pointer for the first time since Nov. 28, 1990.

Game #18: Delaware rallied from a 17-point deficit to within four with 6:20 left, but could get no closer...Jarvis Threatt scored a season-high 21 points and dished out a career-best seven assists...Kyle Anderson scored a season-high 19 points... Northeastern knocked down a season-high tying 10 three-pointers...UD’s 23 rebounds were a season low.

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Game #19: Delaware had its six-game CAA road winning streak snapped...The Blue Hens connected on just five first half field goals en route to their lowest first half point total of the season...UD made just 13 shots from the field for the game, the lowest since also making 13 at VCU on Jan. 16, 2008...UD led 6-2 early on, but JMU used a pair of 12-0 runs to go up 26-10...Delaware closed to 29-20, but the Dukes scored eight straight points and cruised from there.

Game #20: Delaware led for virtually the entire game as the Hens snapped a three-game losing streak and a four-game skid at the Daskalakis Center...Kyle Anderson, who went scoreless during both Drexel games as a freshman, paced UD with 15 points...UD led 64-49 with 4:19 to play, but the Dragons erupted for a 15-1 run to pull within 66-65...The Dragons had three shots in the final seconds but could not score, and after Anderson grabbed the rebound, he hit one of two free throws with 2.6 seconds left...Frantz Massenat had a last chance heave from half court that came up short.

Game #21: Devon Saddler scored a team-high 19 points...Kyle Anderson added 16 and grabbed a career-high nine rebounds...UD defeated William & Mary for the fourth straight meeting...UD scored the first 10 points of the second half to go up 37-19...The Tribe closed within 41-34, but UD scored seven straight points to take control.

Game #22: Delaware defeated UNCW for the fifth straight meeting at the Bob Carpenter Center...Jamelle Hagins reached the 20-point mark for the second time on the season and recorded his 12th double-double of the year...UNCW lost for the 17th time in 18 road games...UD used an early 7-0 run to go ahead 15-9 and led the rest of the way...The Hens went up 53-38, before UNCW got within eight with 2:06 left...However UD scored the final seven points of the game.

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Game #23: Jerrelle Benimon recorded his Division I leading 17th double-double of the season with game-highs of 21 points and 17 rebounds...Devon Saddler recorded his ninth 20-point game of the year to lead Delaware...Towson scored the first 11 points of the game and led the entire way...The Tigers led by 10 at the half, scored the first seven points of the second period, and led by at least 13 the rest of the way...Towson held a 40-18 edge in points in the paint.

Game #24: Delaware never trailed as the Blue Hens snapped a 10-game losing streak at the Patriot Center...The Blue Hens led by as many as 12 points three times in the second half...Mason closed within five, but UD hit its last eight free throw attempts to put the game away...Jarvis Threatt posted his first career double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds...Josh Brinkley and Carl Baptiste each tied their season-high for points.

Game #25: ODU used a 14-4 run to take a 52-42 lead with 11:27 remaining, and was still up 66-63 before the Blue Hens used an 8-0 run to take control...Jarvis Threatt recorded his second consecutive double-double with 10 points and a career-high 13 rebounds...Devon Saddler went over the 20-point mark for the fourth consecutive game...Delaware swept Old Dominion for the first time since 2002-03...The game was UD’s last against ODU in the CAA.

Game #26: Jarvis Threatt hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 10 seconds left in overtime to give the Blue Hens the win... NU had a final chance, but Larry Savage knocked a pass out of bounds with :0.5 left, before Jonathan Lee’s desperation three-point attempt fell short...UD trailed by five in overtime before scoring the final seven points of the game... Jamelle Hagins went over the 1,100-point mark...NU leading scorer Joel Smith missed the game with a sprained ankle.

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Game #27: Andre Nation scored on a dunk off an inbounds pass from Devon Moore with one second remaining to give the Dukes the victory...UD led by 11 points in the second half, but JMU rallied to go up four...Saddler converted a three-point play, while his layup with 24 seconds left put UD back up a point...Jamelle Hagins then blocked a Rayshawn Goins shot out of bounds, before the final play...UD had a three-game home winning streak snapped.

Game #28: Delaware played its first double overtime game of the season...The Blue Hens swept Drexel for the first time since 1999-2000...Devon Saddler reached the 30-point mark for the fourth time in his career...Jamelle Hagins recorded his 13th double-double of the campaign...Damion Lee tied a career-high with 11 rebounds for the Dragons.

Game #29: Chris Dixon missed a contested 17-foot jumper just before the final buzzer...The Blue Hens snapped an eightgame losing streak at Trask Coliseum and swept UNCW for the first time...Devon Saddler, who scored nine of UD’s final 10 points, reached 1,600 for his career...Josh Brinkley’s free throw with 1:06 left was the final point.

Devon Saddler scored nine of the Blue Hens’ final 10 points and reached 1,600 points for his career during Delaware’s 79-78 triumph at UNCW.

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Game #30: Delaware won its third straight game, by a total of four points...The Blue Hens clinched the second seed in the CAA Tournament...Kyle Anderson scored on a putback with five seconds remaining to put UD up four points, before Stevie Mejia hit a three-pointer with :0.3 left...Devon Saddler scored a game-high 19 points and moved into third place on the UD career scoring list...The Hens won their seventh CAA road game of the season.

Game #31: Delaware recorded its school record 13th CAA regular season win...UD posted its first season sweep of George Mason...Jarvis Threatt scored nine of UD’s final 10 points, including a go-ahead three-pointer with 39 seconds left.

Game #32: Delaware advanced to the CAA Tournament Semifinals for the first time since 2003...Devon Saddler scored a game-high 22 points to reach double figures for the 38th straight contest...Jamelle Hagins (15 pts, 12 rebs) added a doubledouble, while Carl Baptiste’s 12 rebounds were the second most of the year...UD trailed by three at the half and was up just 53-50 with 3:03 left, but Jarvis Threatt hit two free throws and Saddler buried a three-pointer...Hofstra again got within three with 1.3 seconds to go, but Saddler iced the win with a pair of foul shots.

Game #33: Delaware had its CAA title dreams dashed with a controversial loss to the Dukes...UD led by a point with 13.3 seconds left, but Jarvis Threatt was ruled to have dribbled on the sideline...Devon Moore then was fouled and hit a pair of free throws with 3.7 seconds to play, before Devon Saddler’s off-balance three-pointer outside the top of the key was off the mark...UD had its five-game winning streak snapped...Jamelle Hagins, who broke the school record by appearing in his 124th career game, led UD with 12 points and 12 rebounds to record his 16th double-double of the year.

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With nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences. The CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charleston, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2012-13, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes several of the nation’s top media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 22 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 student-athletes received All-America honors in 14 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA CAA Commissioner Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament Tom Yeager win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons. In women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA team to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the season ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and each current member of the conference has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn All-America honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn All-America honors in women’s lacrosse, track and field and swimming & diving last season and had players nationally ranked in tennis and golf. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public schools across the United States. CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. The CAA Blood Challenge, which is held each fall, has raised more than 36,000 units of blood over the past 11 years. The first-ever CAA Food Drive Chal-

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Colonial Athletic Association 8625 Patterson Avene Richmond, Va. 23229 Phone: 804-754-1616 Fax: 804-754-1830 www.caasports.com Commissioner:.........................................................................................................Tom Yeager Deputy Commissioner for Basketball:...............................................................Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer:.................................................................................... Cindy Williams Executive Assistant:....................................................................................... Raven Wilkinson Senior Associate Commissioner, Championships/Marketing:...................Robert Goodman Senior Associate Commissioner, Compliance & Governance/SWA:......Kathleen Batterson Associate Commissioner, Communications:.....................................................Rob Washburn Associate Commissioner, Broadcast Services:......................................................Peter Hock Associate Commissioner, Integrated Digital Strategies:...................................Scott Meyer Assistant Commissioner, Championships:.........................................................Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner, Championships:.........................................................Ashley Bolton Assistant Commissioner, Women’s Basketball:...................................................Katie Lowe Assistant Commissioner, Creative Services/Communications:...................... Niki DeSantis Director of Football Communications and Operations:..................................... Zach Burrus Director of Corporate Partnerships:................................................................Brian Edmonds Director of Video Services:.....................................................................................Alex Souza Assistant Director of Video Services:..............................................................Bobby Broyles Assistant Director of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services:...................Vincent Pierson Officiating Administrator:...................................................................................Pamela Stone Communications Intern:..................................................................................... Tim McDonnell lenge last winter resulted in over 9,500 pounds of donated food. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George Mason University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15. CAA MEMBERSHIP HISTORY Current Membership College of Charleston (2013-present) University of Delaware (2001-present) Drexel University (2001-present) Hofstra University (2001-present) James Madison University (1983-present) University of North Carolina-Wilmington (1985-present) Northeastern University (2005-present) Towson University (2001-present) College of William and Mary (1983-present) Past Members American University (1985-2001) East Carolina University (1983-2001) George Mason University (1983-2013) Georgia State University (2005-2013) United States Naval Academy (1983-1991) Old Dominion University (1991-2013) University of Richmond (1983-2001) Virginia Commonwealth University (1995-2012) Future Member Elon University (2014)

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2012-13 Colonial Athletic Association Final Standings CAA Record Team W L Pct. Northeastern.............................14 4 .778 Towson......................................13 5 .722 Delaware............................... 13 5 .722 James Madison..........................11 7 .611 George Mason...........................10 8 .556 Georgia State............................10 8 .556 Drexel.........................................9 9 .500 William & Mary...........................7 11 .389 UNCW.........................................5 13 .278 Hofstra........................................4 14 .222 Old Dominion..............................3 15 .167

Overall Record W L Pct. 20 13 .606 18 13 .581 19 14 .576 21 15 .583 22 16 .579 15 16 .484 13 18 .419 13 17 .433 10 20 .333 7 25 .219 5 25 .167

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2012-13 CAA Honors First Team All-CAA Jerrelle Benimon, Towson R.J. Hunter, Georgia State Keith Rendleman, UNCW Devon Saddler, Delaware Joel Smith, Northeastern Second Team All-CAA Jamelle Hagins, Delaware Damion Lee, Drexel Frantz Massenat, Drexel Marcus Thornton, William & Mary Sherrod Wright, George Mason Third Team All-CAA Quincy Ford, Northeastern Rayshawn Goins, James Madison Jonathan Lee, Northeastern Devon Moore, James Madison Tim Rusthoven, William & Mary Jarvis Threatt, Delaware

Quarterfinals • March 9, 2013 #4 George Mason 60, #5 Drexel 54 #2 Delaware 62, #7 Hofstra 57 #3 James Madison 72, #6 William & Mary 67

All-Rookie Team Jerome Hairston, Towson R.J. Hunter, Georgia State Andre Nation, James Madison Keenan Palmore, Old Dominion David Walker, Northeastern

Semifinals • March 10, 2013 #1 Northeastern 69, #4 George Mason 67 #3 James Madison 58, #2 Delaware 57

All-Defensive Team Jerrelle Benimon, Towson Jamelle Hagins, Delaware Stevie Mejia, Hofstra Keith Rendleman, UNCW James Vincent, Georgia State

Championship • March 11, 2013 #3 James Madison 70, #1 Northeastern 57 All-Tournament Team: Bryon Allen (George Mason), Rayshawn Goins (James Madison), Jamelle Hagins (Delaware), Jonathan Lee (Northeastern), Devon Moore (James Madison); Tournament Most Outstanding Player: A.J. Davis (James Madison)

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College Basketball Invitational

First Round • March 20, 2013 #16 James Madison 68, #16 LIU Brooklyn 55

First Round • March 19, 2013 George Mason 78, College of Charleston 77

Second Round • March 22, 2013 #1 Indiana 83, #16 James Madison 62

Quarterfinals •  March 25, 2013 George Mason 88, Houston 84 (ot)

NIT

Semifinals •  March 27, 2013 George Mason 62, Western Michigan 52

First Round • March 19, 2013 #1 Alabama 62, #8 Northeastern 43

Championship •  April 1-5, 2013 Game 1: Santa Clara 81, George Mason 73 Game 2: George Mason 73, Santa Clara 66 Game 3: Santa Clara 80, George Mason 77

All-Academic First Team Kyle Anderson, Delaware Kyle Gaillard, William & Mary Donte Hill, Old Dominion Shane Reybold, UNCW Tim Rusthoven, William & Mary All-Academic Second Team Brandon Britt, William & Mary Daquan Brown, Hofstra Jonathan Lee, Northeastern Tanner Milson, UNCW Kris Walden, Towson Academic Honorable Mention Bryan Blackstone, Towson Brett Goodloe, William & Mary Fred Heldring, William & Mary Doug Howard, William & Mary Anton Larsen, Old Dominion Stevan Manojlovic, Drexel Andrew Pavloff, William & Mary Tom Schalk, William & Mary Will Townsville, Delaware CAA Player of the Year Jerrelle Benimon, Towson CAA Coach of the Year Pat Skerry, Towson CAA Rookie of the Year R.J. Hunter, Georgia State CAA Defensive Player of the Year Jamelle Hagins, Delaware Dean Ehlers Leadership Award Jonathan Lee, Northeastern

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SCORING OFFENSE # Team G Pts Avg/G 1. Delaware....................33 2276 69.0 2. Northeastern.................. 33 2273 68.9 3. William & Mary.............. 30 2064 68.8 4. Towson........................... 31 2125 68.5 5. Georgia State................. 31 2114 68.2 6. George Mason................ 38 2587 68.1 7. James Madison.............. 36 2346 65.2 8. Old Dominion................. 30 1947 64.9 9. UNCW............................ 30 1899 63.3 10. Drexel........................... 31 1953 63.0 11. Hofstra.......................... 32 1873 58.5

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G FG FGA Pct 1. William & Mary.............. 30 223 596 .374 2. Northeastern.................. 33 231 622 .371 3. Georgia State................. 31 219 611 .358 4. George Mason................ 38 203 588 .345 5. UNCW............................ 30 160 475 .337 6. James Madison.............. 36 211 628 .336 7. Drexel........................... 31 181 540 .335 8. Towson........................... 31 168 524 .321 9. Delaware....................33 144 466 .309 10. Hofstra.......................... 32 141 486 .290 11. Old Dominion................. 30 138 506 .273

ASSISTS # Team G Ast Avg/G 1. William & Mary.............. 30 428 14.3 2. Northeastern.................. 33 453 13.7 3. Old Dominion................. 30 376 12.5 4. George Mason................ 38 473 12.4 5. James Madison.............. 36 423 11.8 6. Drexel........................... 31 363 11.7 7. Georgia State................. 31 362 11.7 8. UNCW............................ 30 338 11.3 9. Towson........................... 31 315 10.2 10. Hofstra.......................... 32 312 9.8 11. Delaware....................33 319 9.7

SCORING DEFENSE # Team G Pts Avg/G 1. Drexel........................... 31 1956 63.1 2. James Madison.............. 36 2326 64.6 3. George Mason................ 38 2504 65.9 4. Hofstra.......................... 32 2132 66.6 5. Towson........................... 31 2066 66.6 6. Georgia State................. 31 2075 66.9 7. William & Mary.............. 30 2048 68.3 8. Northeastern.................. 33 2254 68.3 9. Delaware....................33 2275 68.9 10. UNCW............................ 30 2111 70.4 11. Old Dominion................. 30 2128 70.9

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE # Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Hofstra.......................... 32 176 574 .307 2. William & Mary.............. 30 181 578 .313 3. UNCW............................ 30 168 508 .331 4. Towson........................... 31 180 542 .332 5. Northeastern.................. 33 198 596 .332 6. George Mason................ 38 238 714 .333 7. Drexel........................... 31 161 471 .342 8. Delaware....................33 211 614 .344 9. James Madison.............. 36 221 636 .347 10. Georgia State................. 31 239 652 .367 11. Old Dominion................. 30 222 568 .391

STEALS # Team G Stl Avg/G 1. Northeastern.................. 33 259 7.8 2. Georgia State................. 31 240 7.7 3. James Madison.............. 36 272 7.6 4. George Mason................ 38 280 7.4 5. Old Dominion................. 30 215 7.2 6. Hofstra.......................... 32 203 6.3 7. UNCW............................ 30 184 6.1 8. Delaware....................33 178 5.4 9. William & Mary.............. 30 154 5.1 10. Towson........................... 31 159 5.1 11. Drexel........................... 31 158 5.1

SCORING MARGIN # Team G OFF DEF Mar. 1. George Mason................ 38 68.1 65.9 +2.2 2. Towson........................... 31 68.5 66.6 +1.9 3. Georgia State................. 31 68.2 66.9 +1.3 4. Northeastern.................. 33 68.9 68.3 +0.6 5. James Madison.............. 36 65.2 64.6 +0.6 6. William & Mary.............. 30 68.8 68.3 +0.5 7. Delaware....................33 69.0 68.9 +0.0 8. Drexel........................... 31 63.0 63.1 -0.1 9. Old Dominion................. 30 64.9 70.9 -6.0 10. UNCW............................ 30 63.3 70.4 -7.1 11. Hofstra.......................... 32 58.5 66.6 -8.1

REBOUNDING OFFENSE # Team G Reb Avg/G 1. Towson........................... 31 1234 39.8 2. Delaware....................33 1242 37.6 3. Old Dominion................. 30 1107 36.9 4. George Mason................ 38 1321 34.8 5. Hofstra.......................... 32 1110 34.7 6. UNCW............................ 30 1022 34.1 7. Drexel........................... 31 1054 34.0 8. William & Mary.............. 30 999 33.3 9. James Madison.............. 36 1179 32.8 10. Georgia State................. 31 985 31.8 11. Northeastern.................. 33 990 30.0

TURNOVER MARGIN # Team G TEAM OPP +/ 1. James Madison.............. 36 11.1 13.6 +2.5 2. Georgia State................. 31 11.5 13.6 +2.1 3. Northeastern.................. 33 12.9 14.6 +1.6 4. George Mason................ 38 13.6 14.5 +0.9 5. Drexel........................... 31 11.8 11.8 +0.0 6. Old Dominion................. 30 13.7 13.5 -0.2 7. Hofstra.......................... 32 14.5 13.2 -1.2 8. Delaware....................33 12.7 10.8 -1.9 9. UNCW............................ 30 14.3 12.0 -2.3 10. William & Mary.............. 30 13.0 10.6 -2.4 11. Towson........................... 31 14.8 11.0 -3.9

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE # Team G FTM FTA Pct 1. Delaware....................33 580 769 .754 2. Northeastern.................. 33 506 672 .753 3. Drexel........................... 31 412 553 .745 4. George Mason................ 38 540 745 .725 5. Georgia State................. 31 417 586 .712 6. William & Mary.............. 30 405 571 .709 7. James Madison.............. 36 499 714 .699 8. Old Dominion................. 30 395 598 .661 9. Towson........................... 31 449 687 .654 10. UNCW............................ 30 381 593 .642 11. Hofstra.......................... 32 416 664 .627

REBOUNDING DEFENSE # Team G Reb Avg/G 1. Drexel........................... 31 944 30.5 2. Northeastern.................. 33 1085 32.9 3. William & Mary.............. 30 993 33.1 4. Towson........................... 31 1030 33.2 5. George Mason................ 38 1275 33.6 6. Georgia State................. 31 1044 33.7 7. Old Dominion................. 30 1020 34.0 8. James Madison.............. 36 1237 34.4 9. UNCW............................ 30 1066 35.5 10. Delaware....................33 1177 35.7 11. Hofstra.......................... 32 1150 35.9

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO # Team G Asst Turn Ratio 1. William & Mary.............. 30 14.3 13.0 1.1 2. Northeastern.................. 33 13.7 12.9 1.1 3. James Madison.............. 36 11.8 11.1 1.1 4. Georgia State................. 31 11.7 11.5 1.0 5. Drexel........................... 31 11.7 11.8 1.0 6. George Mason................ 38 12.4 13.6 0.9 7. Old Dominion................. 30 12.5 13.7 0.9 8. UNCW............................ 30 11.3 14.3 0.8 9. Delaware....................33 9.7 12.7 0.8 10. Towson........................... 31 10.2 14.8 0.7 11. Hofstra.......................... 32 9.8 14.5 0.7

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G FG FGA Pct 1. William & Mary.............. 30 718 1536 .467 2. Northeastern.................. 33 768 1733 .443 3. Towson........................... 31 754 1717 .439 4. Georgia State................. 31 739 1685 .439 5. George Mason................ 38 922 2113 .436 6. Delaware....................33 776 1833 .423 7. James Madison.............. 36 818 1941 .421 8. UNCW............................ 30 679 1627 .417 9. Drexel........................... 31 680 1651 .412 10. Old Dominion................. 30 707 1727 .409 11. Hofstra.......................... 32 658 1719 .383

REBOUNDING MARGIN # Team G TEAM OPP +/ 1. Towson........................... 31 39.8 33.2 +6.6 2. Drexel........................... 31 34.0 30.5 +3.5 3. Old Dominion................. 30 36.9 34.0 +2.9 4. Delaware....................33 37.6 35.7 +2.0 5. George Mason................ 38 34.8 33.6 +1.2 6. William & Mary.............. 30 33.3 33.1 +0.2 7. Hofstra.......................... 32 34.7 35.9 -1.2 8. UNCW............................ 30 34.1 35.5 -1.5 9. James Madison.............. 36 32.8 34.4 -1.6 10. Georgia State................. 31 31.8 33.7 -1.9 11. Northeastern.................. 33 30.0 32.9 -2.9

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE # Team G 3FG Avg/G 1. William & Mary.............. 30 223 7.4 2. Georgia State................. 31 219 7.1 3. Northeastern.................. 33 231 7.0 4. James Madison.............. 36 211 5.9 5. Drexel........................... 31 181 5.8 6. Towson........................... 31 168 5.4 7. George Mason................ 38 203 5.3 8. UNCW............................ 30 160 5.3 9. Old Dominion................. 30 138 4.6 10. Hofstra.......................... 32 141 4.4 11. Delaware....................33 144 4.4

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE # Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Towson........................... 31 709 1789 .396 2. Delaware....................33 811 1972 .411 3. George Mason................ 38 822 1990 .413 4. James Madison.............. 36 798 1865 .428 5. William & Mary.............. 30 755 1742 .433 6. Hofstra.......................... 32 755 1741 .434 7. Drexel........................... 31 659 1519 .434 8. Georgia State................. 31 708 1625 .436 9. UNCW............................ 30 753 1675 .450 10. Old Dominion................. 30 731 1611 .454 11. Northeastern.................. 33 840 1798 .467

BLOCKED SHOTS # Team G Blk Avg/G 1. Towson........................... 31 169 5.5 2. Old Dominion................. 30 141 4.7 3. James Madison.............. 36 166 4.6 4. Delaware....................33 151 4.6 5. UNCW............................ 30 126 4.2 6. Georgia State................. 31 127 4.1 7. Hofstra.......................... 32 110 3.4 8. William & Mary.............. 30 91 3.0 9. George Mason................ 38 103 2.7 10. Northeastern.................. 33 83 2.5 11. Drexel........................... 31 58 1.9

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SCORING # 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player-Team G FG 3FG FT Pts PPG Devon Saddler (Delaware)..............33 216 56 168 656 19.9 Marcus Thornton (William & Mary)........ 30 181 93 110 565 18.8 Damion Lee (Drexel)............................. 27 152 62 97 463 17.1 Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)..................... 31 188 20 134 530 17.1 Keith Rendleman (UNCW)...................... 30 187 8 129 511 17.0 R.J. Hunter (Georgia State).................... 31 175 73 104 527 17.0 Sherrod Wright (George Mason)............. 38 202 47 181 632 16.6 Joel Smith (Northeastern)...................... 31 161 83 94 499 16.1 Devonta White (Georgia State).............. 31 155 40 108 458 14.8 Frantz Massenat (Drexel)...................... 31 141 47 128 457 14.7 Tim Rusthoven (William & Mary)........... 30 168 4 93 433 14.4 Manny Atkins (Georgia State)................ 31 148 54 90 440 14.2 Brandon Britt (William & Mary)............. 30 141 41 94 417 13.9 Jarvis Threatt (Delaware)...............30 113 14 151 391 13.0 DeShawn Painter (Old Dominion)........... 30 155 13 67 390 13.0 Taran Buie (Hofstra).............................. 30 119 53 80 371 12.4 A.J. Davis (James Madison)................... 35 152 70 53 427 12.2 Quincy Ford (Northeastern)................... 33 126 46 104 402 12.2 Rayshawn Goins (James Madison).......... 35 148 14 114 424 12.1 Stevie Mejia (Hofstra)............................ 32 113 33 122 381 11.9

REBOUNDING # Player-Team G O D Tot RPG 1. Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)..................... 31 102 244 346 11.2 2. Jamelle Hagins (Delaware).............33 102 251 353 10.7 3. Keith Rendleman (UNCW)...................... 30 126 188 314 10.5 4. Daryl McCoy (Drexel)............................ 29 95 154 249 8.6 5. DeShawn Painter (Old Dominion)........... 30 102 151 253 8.4 6. Stephen Nwaukoni (Hofstra).................. 25 73 125 198 7.9 7. Rayshawn Goins (James Madison).......... 35 80 177 257 7.3 8. Bilal Dixon (Towson).............................. 31 89 136 225 7.3 9. Tim Rusthoven (William & Mary)........... 30 72 139 211 7.0 10. Dartaye Ruffin (Drexel)........................ 30 75 130 205 6.8 11. Manny Atkins (Georgia State)................ 31 59 148 207 6.7 12. Cedrick Williams (UNCW)....................... 30 67 114 181 6.0 13. Reggie Spencer (Northeastern).............. 33 75 124 199 6.0 14. Erik Copes (George Mason).................... 34 78 126 204 6.0 15. Quincy Ford (Northeastern)................... 33 49 143 192 5.8 16. Richard Ross (Old Dominion)................. 30 72 100 172 5.7 17. Jarvis Threatt (Delaware)...............30 32 138 170 5.7 18. Kyle Gaillard (William & Mary).............. 30 36 124 160 5.3 19. Marcus Thornton (William & Mary)........ 30 49 109 158 5.3 20. David Imes (Hofstra)............................. 31 45 116 161 5.2 FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 4.0 made per game) ## Player-Team G FG Att Pct 1. Tim Rusthoven (William & Mary)........... 30 168 300 .560 2. Jamelle Hagins (Delaware).............33 148 271 .546 3. Keith Rendleman (UNCW)...................... 30 187 347 .539 4. Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)..................... 31 188 353 .533 5. Brandon Britt (William & Mary)............. 30 141 289 .488 6. Joel Smith (Northeastern)...................... 31 161 332 .485 7. A.J. Davis (James Madison)................... 35 152 316 .481 8. Sherrod Wright (George Mason)............. 38 202 434 .465 9. Marcus Thornton (William & Mary)........ 30 181 411 .440 10. R.J. Hunter (Georgia State).................... 31 175 399 .439 11. DeShawn Painter (Old Dominion)........... 30 155 356 .435 12. Devonta White (Georgia State).............. 31 155 361 .429 13. Devon Saddler (Delaware)..............33 216 505 .428 14. Damion Lee (Drexel)............................. 27 152 358 .425 15. Matt Atkins (Georgia State)................... 31 148 350 .423

ASSISTS # Player-Team G Ast APG 1. Devon Moore (James Madison).................35 172 4.9 2. Frantz Massenat (Drexel).........................31 131 4.2 3. Stevie Mejia (Hofstra)...............................32 132 4.1 4. Bryon Allen (George Mason).....................38 151 4.0 5. Devonta White (Georgia State).................31 121 3.9 6. Chris Dixon (UNCW).................................29 95 3.3 7. Jarvis Threatt (Delaware)................. 30 97 3.2 8. Keenan Palmore (Old Dominion)..............29 88 3.0 9. Donte Hill (Old Dominion)........................30 86 2.9 10. Joel Smith (Northeastern).........................31 88 2.8 11. Corey Edwards (George Mason)................38 106 2.8 12. Marcus Thornton (William & Mary)...........30 83 2.8 13. Devon Saddler (Delaware)................ 33 91 2.8 14. Matt Rum (William & Mary)......................30 81 2.7 15. Aaron Bacote (Old Dominion)...................29 75 2.6 FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) # Player-Team G FT Att. Pct 1. Joel Smith (Northeastern)...................... 31 94 109 .862 2. Damion Lee (Drexel)............................. 27 97 117 .829 3. Marcus Thornton (William & Mary)........ 30 110 133 .827 4. Devon Saddler (Delaware)..............33 168 205 .820 5. Jonathan Arledge (George Mason)......... 38 79 97 .814 6. Frantz Massenat (Drexel)...................... 31 128 158 .810 7. Manny Atkins (Georgia State)................ 31 90 113 .79 8. Jarvis Threatt (Delaware)...............30 151 191 .791 9. Quincy Ford (Northeastern)................... 33 104 132 .788 10. Sherrod Wright (George Mason)............. 38 181 233 .777 11. R.J. Hunter (Georgia State).................... 31 104 134 .776 12. Craig Ponder (UNCW)............................ 30 66 86 .767 13. Devon Moore (James Madison).............. 35 112 150 .747 14. Jamelle Hagins (Delaware).............33 87 117 .744 15. Devonta White (Georgia State).............. 31 108 146 .740 STEALS # Player-Team G Stl SPG 1. Stevie Mejia (Hofstra)...............................32 63 2.0 2. Keenan Palmore (Old Dominion)..............29 55 1.9 3. Jarvis Threatt (Delaware)................. 30 54 1.8 4. Keith Rendleman (UNCW).........................30 53 1.8 5. R.J. Hunter (Georgia State).......................31 53 1.7 6. Devonta White (Georgia State).................31 52 1.7 7. Manny Atkins (Georgia State)...................31 48 1.5 8. Andre Nation (James Madison).................35 52 1.5 9. Bryon Allen (George Mason).....................38 51 1.3 10. Corey Edwards (George Mason)................38 50 1.3 11. A.J. Davis (James Madison)......................35 45 1.3 12. David Walker (Northeastern)....................33 42 1.3 13. Donte Hill (Old Dominion)........................30 38 1.3 14. Devon Moore (James Madison).................35 44 1.3 15. Quincy Ford (Northeastern)......................33 41 1.2

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3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.5 made per game) # Player-Team G 3FG Att. Pct 1. Marcus Thornton (William & Mary)........ 30 93 214 .435 2. Joel Smith (Northeastern)...................... 31 83 193 .430 3. Manny Atkins (Georgia State)................ 31 54 131 .412 4. A.J. Davis (James Madison)................... 35 70 188 .372 5. R.J. Hunter (Georgia State).................... 31 73 200 .365 6. Damion Lee (Drexel)............................. 27 62 172 .360 7. Devon Saddler (Delaware)..............33 56 166 .337 8. Kyle Anderson (Delaware)..............33 62 184 .337 9. Frantz Massenat (Drexel)...................... 31 47 145 .324 10. Dimitri Batten (Old Dominion)............... 30 48 149 .322 11. Mike Burwell (Towson).......................... 31 47 149 .315 12. Taran Buie (Hofstra).............................. 30 53 183 .290 3-POINT FG MADE # Player-Team G 3FG Avg/G 1. Marcus Thornton (William & Mary)...........30 93 3.1 2. Joel Smith (Northeastern).........................31 83 2.7 3. R.J. Hunter (Georgia State).......................31 73 2.4 4. Damion Lee (Drexel)................................27 62 2.3 5. A.J. Davis (James Madison)......................35 70 2.0 6. Kyle Anderson (Delaware)................ 33 62 1.9 7. Taran Buie (Hofstra).................................30 53 1.8 8. Manny Atkins (Georgia State)...................31 54 1.7 9. Devon Saddler (Delaware)................ 33 56 1.7 10. Dimitri Batten (Old Dominion)..................30 48 1.6 11. Frantz Massenat (Drexel).........................31 47 1.5 Mike Burwell (Towson).............................31 47 1.5 13. Tanner Milson (UNCW)..............................30 43 1.4 14. Quincy Ford (Northeastern)......................33 46 1.4 15. Brandon Britt (William & Mary)................30 41 1.4 BLOCKED SHOTS # Player-Team G Blk Avg/G 1. Jamelle Hagins (Delaware)............... 33 80 2.4 2. James Vincent (Georgia State)..................31 70 2.3 3. Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)........................31 60 1.9 4. Richard Ross (Old Dominion)....................30 57 1.9 5. Keith Rendleman (UNCW).........................30 47 1.6 6. Cedrick Williams (UNCW)..........................30 43 1.4 7. Andre Nation (James Madison).................35 47 1.3 8. Bilal Dixon (Towson).................................31 38 1.2 9. Erik Copes (George Mason).......................34 39 1.1 10. Marcus Damas (Towson)...........................30 31 1.0 11. DeShawn Painter (Old Dominion)..............30 29 1.0 12. David Imes (Hofstra)................................31 28 0.9 13. Tim Rusthoven (William & Mary)..............30 26 0.9 14. R.J. Hunter (Georgia State).......................31 26 0.8 15. Moussa Kone (Hofstra).............................32 25 0.8

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ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team G Ast Avg TO Avg Ratio 1. Bryon Allen (George Mason).....................38 151 4.0 72 1.9 2.1 2. Devon Moore (James Madison).................35 172 4.9 85 2.4 2.0 3. Frantz Massenat (Drexel).........................31 131 4.2 72 2.3 1.8 4. Keenan Palmore (Old Dominion)..............29 88 3.0 53 1.8 1.7 5. Devonta White (Georgia State).................31 121 3.9 93 3.0 1.3 6. Jarvis Threatt (Delaware)................. 30 97 3.2 75 2.5 1.3 7. Stevie Mejia (Hofstra)...............................32 132 4.1 104 3.3 1.3 8. Chris Dixon (UNCW).................................29 95 3.3 82 2.8 1.2 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Player-Team G Reb RPG 1. Keith Rendleman (UNCW).........................30 126 4.2 2. DeShawn Painter (Old Dominion)..............30 102 3.4 3. Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)........................31 102 3.3 4. Daryl McCoy (Drexel)...............................29 95 3.3 5. Jamelle Hagins (Delaware)............... 33 102 3.1 6. Stephen Nwaukoni (Hofstra).....................25 73 2.9 7. Bilal Dixon (Towson).................................31 89 2.9 8. Dartaye Ruffin (Drexel)...........................30 75 2.5 9. Richard Ross (Old Dominion)....................30 72 2.4 Tim Rusthoven (William & Mary)..............30 72 2.4 11. Erik Copes (George Mason).......................34 78 2.3 12. Rayshawn Goins (James Madison).............35 80 2.3 13. Reggie Spencer (Northeastern).................33 75 2.3 14. Cedrick Williams (UNCW)..........................30 67 2.2 15. Nick Wright (Old Dominion)......................28 54 1.9 DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Player-Team G Reb RPG 1. Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)........................31 244 7.9 2. Jamelle Hagins (Delaware)............... 33 251 7.6 3. Keith Rendleman (UNCW).........................30 188 6.3 4. Daryl McCoy (Drexel)...............................29 154 5.3 5. Rayshawn Goins (James Madison).............35 177 5.1 6. DeShawn Painter (Old Dominion)..............30 151 5.0 7. Stephen Nwaukoni (Hofstra).....................25 125 5.0 8. Manny Atkins (Georgia State)...................31 148 4.8 9. Tim Rusthoven (William & Mary)..............30 139 4.6 10. Jarvis Threatt (Delaware)................. 30 138 4.6 11. Bilal Dixon (Towson).................................31 136 4.4 12. Quincy Ford (Northeastern)......................33 143 4.3 Dartaye Ruffin (Drexel)...........................30 130 4.3 14. Matt Rum (William & Mary)......................30 127 4.2 15. Kyle Gaillard (William & Mary).................30 124 4.1 MINUTES PLAYED ## Player-Team G Min Avg/G 1. Devon Saddler (Delaware)................ 33 1246 37.8 2. Marcus Thornton (William & Mary)...........30 1090 36.2 3. Devonta White (Georgia State).................31 1121 36.2 4. Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)........................31 1116 36.0 5. Manny Atkins (Georgia State)...................31 1111 35.8 6. Frantz Massenat (Drexel).........................31 1099 35.5 7. Joel Smith (Northeastern).........................31 1083 34.9 8. Derrick Thomas (Drexel)..........................31 1073 34.6 9. Stevie Mejia (Hofstra)...............................32 1099 34.3 10. Devon Moore (James Madison).................35 1187 33.9

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Delaware All-Time in Conference Tournaments (30-32) East Coast Conference (5-14) 1977

Qtrs.

La Salle

L 77-84

1978 Qtrs. Bucknell Semis vs. La Salle (Semifinals/Finals at Easton, Pa.)

W 72-62 L 85-97

1979 1st Rd. Qtrs.

at Rider at Lafayette

W 72-70 L 71-90

1980

Qtrs. Semis

West Chester at Bucknell

W 98-75 L 65-76

1981

Qtrs.

at Lehigh

L 60-66

1982

Qtrs.

Drexel

L 45-49

1983

Qtrs.

at LaSalle

L 62-102

2000

Qtrs. Semis Final

Towson Maine at Hofstra

2001

Qtrs. Semis Final

Towson Northeastern at Hofstra

W 79-69 W 68-46 L 69-76

W 66-51 W 110-66 L 54-68

Colonial Athletic Association (8-12) 2002 Qtrs. Semis

(All rounds at Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, Va.) vs. Drexel W 85-59 vs. UNC Wilmington L 54-69

2003

Qtrs. Semis

vs. George Mason vs. UNC Wilmington

2004

Qtrs.

vs. George Mason

W 61-49 L 50-63 L (OT) 58-65

2005 1st Rd. Qtrs.

vs. Towson vs. Va. Commonwealth

W 76-56 L 61-74

2006 1st Rd. Qtrs.

vs. Drexel vs. UNC Wilmington

W 52-49 L 56-69

2007 1st Rd.

vs. Northeastern

L 67-77

2008 1st Rd. Qtrs.

vs. Drexel vs. UNC Wilmington

W 60-51 L 59-82

2009 1st Rd.

vs. Georgia State

L 41-54

2010 1st Rd.

vs. VCU

L 49-66

1984 Qtrs.

(1984-91 - All rounds at Towson Center, Towson, Md.) vs. Drexel L (OT) 72-82

1985

Qtrs.

vs. Rider

L 58-59

1986

Qtrs.

vs. Drexel

L 81-99

1987

Qtrs.

vs. Bucknell

L 71-81

1988

Qtrs.

vs. Rider

L 82-88

1989

Qtrs.

vs. Lafayette

L 70-72

2011 1st Rd. Qtrs.

vs. Northeastern vs. Old Dominion

W 60-58 L 50-59

1990

Qtrs. Semis

vs. Lafayette at Towson State

W (OT) 57-54 L 71-85

2012 1st Rd. Qtrs.

vs. Towson vs. Old Dominion

W 72-65 L 74-88

1991

Qtrs. Semis

vs. Central Connecticut vs. Rider

W 99-85 L (OT)  75-77

2013

vs. Hofstra vs. James Madison

W 62-57 L 57-58

America East /North Atlantic Conference (17-6) 1992

Qtrs. Semis Final

Hartford Vermont Drexel

W 92-56 W 76-64 W 92-68

1993

Qtrs. Semis Final

New Hampshire at Northeastern at Drexel

W 70-65 W 84-64 W 67-64

1994

Qtrs.

at New Hampshire

L 67-80

1995

Qtrs.

at New Hampshire

L 81-83

1996

Qtrs.

Towson

L 78-85

1997

Qtrs. Semis

Hofstra Boston University

W 86-73 L 65-69

1998

Qtrs. Semis Final

Towson Hofstra Boston University

W 80-60 W 60-51 W 66-58

1999

Qtrs. Semis Final

Towson Maine Drexel

W 83-63 W 90-73 W 86-67

Qtrs. Semis

Delaware in Postseason Tournaments (0-6) NCAA Tournament (0-4) 1992

Midwest Regional - Dayton Arena, Dayton, OH (4) Cincinnati 85, (13) Delaware 47

1993

Midwest Regional - Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis, IN (4) Louisville 76, (13) Delaware 70

1998

Midwest Regional - United Center, Chicago, IL (2) Purdue 95, (15) Delaware 56

1999

East Regional - Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC (4) Tennessee 62, (13) Delaware 52

NIT (0-1) 2000

The Pavillion, Villanova, PA Villanova 72, Delaware 63

CBI Tournament (0-1) 2012

Hinkle Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN Butler 75, Delaware 58

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1992 NCAA Midwest Regional Dayton, Ohio Cincinnati 85, Delaware 47

1993 NCAA Midwest Regional Indianpolis, Ind. Louisville 76, Delaware 70

1998 NCAA Midwest Regional Chicago, Ill. Purdue 95, Delaware 56

Delaware FG FT R A F PT Coles..........................1-8 0-0 7 1 4 2 Wright.......................6-11 3-4 5 0 5 15 Dunkley.....................2-5 2-4 5 0 3 6 Murray.......................4-9 5-6 4 1 3 13 Pearl..........................3-5 0-0 5 2 4 6 Montgomery..............0-1 0-3 5 0 3 0 Deadwyler..................0-0 2-2 0 0 0 2 Jackson......................0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Blackhurst..................0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Lubas.........................0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Johnson.....................1-1 0-0 0 0 0 3 Evans.........................0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 Edwards.....................0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Buck..........................0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals....................17-43 12-19 34 4 23 47

Delaware FG FT R A F PT Wright.......................8-13 0-5 8 0 4 17 Johnson.....................1-4 0-0 8 0 2 3 Dunkley....................4-11 4-6 7 0 4 12 Blackhurst.................4-12 0-0 3 2 2 9 Pearl..........................4-9 4-4 3 7 4 13 Evans.........................1-1 0-1 0 1 0 2 Buck..........................1-1 0-0 1 0 0 2 Edwards.....................1-1 4-4 1 0 0 6 Deadwyler..................2-6 0-0 2 2 4 6 Totals....................26-58 12-20 35 12 20 70

Delaware MIN FG FT R A F PT Pegues....................... 36 8-15 1-2 5 1 2 17 Davis......................... 38 6-13 1-4 4 4 0 13 Presley....................... 36 5-10 2-2 9 3 4 12 Perry......................... 28 4-11 0-0 1 4 0 11 Miller......................... 16 1-4 0-0 1 3 0 2 Bennett...................... 13 0-4 1-2 5 0 1 1 Diouf......................... 11 0-1 0-0 2 2 0 0 Marciulionis................ 21 0-6 0-0 2 1 1 0 Mullen........................ 1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 Totals......................200 24-65 5-10 34 19 8 56

Louisville FG FT R A F PT Smith.........................4-7 0-2 5 0 3 8 Morton......................6-12 5-7 4 2 0 20 Rozier.......................8-11 4-8 4 1 4 20 LeGree.......................1-6 4-6 1 3 4 6 Minor.........................2-5 0-2 6 4 0 5 Rogers.......................0-1 0-0 1 0 2 0 Brewer.......................1-4 0-0 3 0 1 3 Webb.........................3-5 0-0 6 3 3 6 Hopgood....................4-6 0-0 5 0 2 8 Totals....................29-57 13-25 38 13 19 76

Purdue MIN FG FT R A F PT Robinson.................... 23 8-11 3-4 9 0 3 19 Cardinal..................... 18 6-9 2-2 3 3 4 16 B. Miller..................... 24 7-11 1-3 6 4 2 15 Austin........................ 29 6-11 0-0 3 9 0 13 Eldridge..................... 25 3-7 0-0 2 6 0 9 Barnes........................ 4 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 Carretta...................... 8 1-2 0-0 4 0 0 2 Cornell....................... 12 1-3 0-0 0 2 0 3 Kerkhof...................... 6 1-1 0-0 0 2 1 2 Mayfield.................... 21 2-2 0-0 4 4 1 6 McQuay..................... 28 5-11 0-2 9 1 2 10 J. Miller....................... 2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals......................200 40-71 6-11 43 31 13 95

Cincinnati FG FT R A F PT Jones.........................6-9 0-1 5 2 2 13 Nelson.......................2-6 2-2 5 1 3 6 Blount........................1-3 0-0 7 2 4 2 Buford......................4-13 5-6 0 4 2 14 Van Exel....................6-11 2-2 9 6 1 18 Martin........................1-2 0-2 2 0 5 2 Scott..........................5-7 2-6 5 1 0 12 Gibson.......................2-6 2-2 1 0 1 8 Jackson......................3-7 1-2 0 1 0 8 Reicheneker...............1-2 0-2 1 2 0 2 Ward..........................0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 Totals....................31-68 14-25 40 19 18 85

Halftime: Louisville 35-27; Three-point FG: UD 6-11 (Deadwyler 2-3, Wright 1-2, Johnson 1-1, Blackhurst 1-3, Pearl 1-2); L 5-10 (Morton 3-3, Minor 1-2, Brewer 1-2, LeGree 0-2, Rogers 0-1); Steals: UD 9 (Wright, Pearl, Blackhurst 2), L 6 (Morton); Turnovers: UD - 16, L - 15; Attendance: 31,186.

Halftime Score: Cincinnati 38-21; Three-point FG: UD 1-10 (Johnson 1-1, Coles 0-4, Murray 0-3, Pearl 0-1, Evans 0-1); UC 9-22 (Van Exel 4-8, Gibson 2-5, Jones 1-1, Buford 1-6, Jackson 1-2); Steals: UD - 5 (Murray, 2), UC - 11 (3 with 2); Blocks: UD - 4 (Dunkley, 4), UC - 4 (Scott, 3); Turnovers: UD - 33, UC - 19; Attendance: 13,007.

Halftime: Purdue, 53-17; Three-point FG: UD - 3-16 (Perry, 3-6, Davis, 0-1, Presley, 0-1, Miller, 0-2, Diouf, 0-1, Marciulionis, 0-5); P - 9-20 (Eldridge, 3-5, Cardinal, 2-3, Mayfield, 2-2, Austin, 1-4, Cornell, 1-2, Barnes, 0-2, Carretta, 0-1, McQuay, 0-1); Blocks: UD - 4 (Bennett-2, Presley, Marciulionis); P - 2 (B. Miller, Mayfield); Steals: UD - 12 (Davis-3, Marciulionis-3, Pegues-2, Perry-2, Miller-2), P - 16 (B. Miller-6, Eldridge-4, Cardinal-4, Austin, Cornell); Turnovers: UD - 20, P - 17; Attendance: 21,296.

1999 NCAA East Regional Charlotte, N.C. Tennessee 62, Delaware 52

2000 NIT Tournament Villanova, Pa. Villanova 72, Delaware 63

2012 CBI Tournament Indianapolis, Ind. Butler 75, Delaware 58

Delaware MIN FG FT R A F PT Pegues....................... 33 7-23 9-14 10 2 2 23 Marciulionis................ 26 2-8 2-2 3 1 2 6 Bennett...................... 33 2-6 1-2 14 0 4 5 Gordon....................... 39 3-9 0-0 5 4 5 7 Perry......................... 26 3-6 0-2 1 0 2 7 Diouf......................... 24 1-3 0-0 0 0 1 2 Miller......................... 19 0-2 2-2 0 0 1 2 Totals......................200 18-57 14-22 43 7 17 52

Delaware MIN FG FT R A F PT Pegues....................... 39 9-24 3-4 10 1 2 24 Marciulionis................ 31 3-12 0-0 2 4 4 6 Ndiaye....................... 27 2-4 0-0 7 0 2 4 Gordon....................... 31 4-12 2-2 2 3 2 12 Wells.......................... 23 1-4 0-0 3 2 5 3 Diouf......................... 27 4-8 2-2 7 2 1 11 Miller.......................... 9 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 Rowland..................... 13 1-2 0-0 1 4 3 3 Totals......................200 24-67 7-8 37 16 20 63

Delaware MIN FG FT R A F PT Brinkley..................... 22 3-5 1-2 3 1 2 7 Hagins....................... 27 3-5 0-1 5 1 4 6 Lewis.......................... 31 1-4 0-0 1 2 2 2 Saddler...................... 35 2-7 6-11 5 1 4 10 Anderson.................... 29 0-4 0-0 2 0 2 0 McNeil......................... 7 0-0 2-4 1 0 0 2 Threatt....................... 29 10-14 9-13 4 1 3 31 Madarani.................... 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 McNulty...................... 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Savage........................ 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 McCullar..................... 14 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 Townsville.................... 1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Williams...................... 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals......................200 19-40 18-31 22 6 22 58

Tennessee MIN FG FT R A F PT Yarbrough.................. 21 1-4 4-4 4 1 2 6 Black......................... 26 2-7 5-6 7 2 2 9 Tor. Harris.................. 14 0-1 0-0 3 0 3 0 Ton. Harris................. 37 3-8 2-2 1 1 0 10 Wharton..................... 39 5-18 5-6 7 4 4 16 Victor......................... 25 7-15 0-1 14 0 4 14 Lee............................ 21 1-4 2-4 4 0 2 4 Hathaway.................. 16 1-2 1-2 2 0 3 3 Davis.......................... 2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Baker.......................... 1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals......................200 20-61 19-25 47 8 21 62 Halftime: Tennessee, 25-22. Three-point FG: UD (.133) - 2-15 (Gordon 1-5, Perry 1-3, Pegues 0-1, Marciulionis 0-5, Miller 0-1), UT (.176) - 3-17 (Ton. Harris 2-5, Wharton 1-5, Yarbrough 0-1, Black 0-1, Victor 0-1, Lee 0-2, Davis 0-1, Baker 0-1); Blocks: UD - 2 (Bennett 2), UT - 5 (Victor 2, Yarbrough, Hathaway, Davis); Steals: UD - 6 (Pegues 2, Perry 2, Marciulionis, Perry), UT - 7 (Ton. Harris 3, Lee 2, Black, Wharton); Turnovers: UD - 17 (Pegues 6, Bennett 3, Team 3, Marciulionis 2, Gordon, Perry, Miller); UT - 19 (Ton. Harris 6, Yarbrough 2, Black 2, Wharton 2, Victor 2, Lee 2, Hathaway 2, Tor. Harris); Attendance: 15,007

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Villanova MIN FG FT R A F PT Lynch......................... 23 1-8 6-8 5 5 2 8 Sales.......................... 33 7-10 0-4 11 1 3 14 Allen.......................... 33 7-16 2-2 16 1 0 16 Medley....................... 35 2-8 0-0 5 7 0 5 Buchanan................... 35 5-11 5-6 3 0 1 18 Matthews................... 11 1-3 0-1 0 1 3 2 Wright........................ 14 2-8 1-2 7 0 3 5 Sullivan...................... 16 1-3 2-4 6 2 0 4 Totals......................200 26-67 16-27 54 17 12 72 Halftime: Villanova, 40-27 Three-point FG: UD, 8-21, .381 (Pegues, 3-5, Gordon, 2-8, Wells, 1-1, Diouf, 1-1, Rowland, 1-1, Marciulionis, 0-4, Miller, 0-1); V, 4-13, .308 (Buchanan, 3-6, Medley, 1-4, Lynch, 0-3); Blocks: UD - 3 (Ndiaye, 3), V - 11 (Allen, 4, Lynch, 2, Allen, 2, Wright, 2, Sullivan); Steals: UD - 4 (Wells, 2, Pegues, Diouf), V - 3 (Buchanan, 2, Sales); Turnovers: UD - 12 (Gordon, 2, Pegues, 2, Wells, 2, Diouf, 2, Marciulionis, Ndiaye, Rowland); V - 15 (Allen, 6, Matthews, 3, Wright, 3, Lynch, Sullivan, Team); Attendance: 4,943

Butler MIN FG FT R A F PT Jones......................... 20 0-6 0-0 6 0 4 0 Marshall..................... 10 0-1 2-2 1 1 3 2 Smith......................... 31 7-11 2-5 7 1 3 17 Nored........................ 21 3-6 4-4 0 3 4 12 Hopkins..................... 30 7-15 3-6 5 3 1 19 Smeathers................... 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Barlow....................... 21 0-1 4-4 4 2 3 4 Fromm........................ 6 1-4 1-1 0 0 2 3 Aldridge...................... 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 El. Kampen.................. 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Em. Kampen................ 2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Woods........................ 21 3-7 0-0 5 1 4 6 Butcher....................... 8 1-3 0-0 1 1 1 2 Stigall........................ 24 3-6 1-2 2 3 1 10 Totals......................200 25-61 17-24 31 15 26 75 Halftime: Butler, 31-23 Three-point FG: UD, 2-9, .222 (Threatt, 2-3, Lewis, 0-1, Saddler, 0-1, Townsville, 0-1, Anderson, 0-3); BU, 8-19, .421 (Stigall, 3-6, Nored, 2-3, Hopkins, 2-3, Smith, 1-2, Barlow, 0-1, Fromm, 0-1, Woods, 0-1, Butcher, 0-2); Blocks: UD - 7 (Hagins, 4, Brinkley, 2, McCullar), BU - 2 (Jones, Marshall); Steals: UD - 6 (Threatt, 4, Hagins, Saddler), BU - 8 (Barlow, 3, Smith, 2, Nored, Butcher, Stigall); Turnovers: UD - 17 (Saddler, 10, Lewis, 3, Hagins, 2, Brinkley, Threatt); BU - 14 (Woods, 4, Jones, 3, Fromm, 2, Stigall, 2, Nored, Barlow, Butcher); Attendance: 2,349.

2013-14 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL DELAWARE VS. 2013-14 OPPONENTS

Richmond

Delaware leads, 2-1 1915-16.............................................UD, 22-14 1993-94...........................................*UD, 58-51 1994-95.............................................UR, 57-53

Charleston Southern

Delaware leads, 2-0 1998-99.............................................UD, 58-46 2000-01.............................................UD, 82-63

Hampton

Delaware leads, 4-1 2007-08...........................................*HU, 51-50 2008-09.............................................UD, 75-66 2009-10...........................................*UD, 55-52 2010-11.............................................UD, 55-53 2011-12...........................................*UD, 68-64

Army

Army leads, 13-1 1921-22......................................... Army, 40-11 1922-23......................................... Army, 37-11 1923-24......................................... Army, 44-22 1924-25......................................... Army, 40-22 1926-27......................................... Army, 23-19 1927-28......................................... Army, 50-20 1928-29......................................... Army, 40-21 1929-30......................................... Army, 51-20 1930-31......................................... Army, 48-28 1934-35......................................... Army, 43-17 1958-59......................................... Army, 91-72 1960-61......................................... Army, 70-47 1983-84......................................... Army, 71-63 1987-88...........................................*UD, 69-56

Villanova

Villanova leads, 11-0 1951-52.............................................VU, 68-61 1952-53...........................................VU, 100-79 1955-56.............................................VU, 88-62 1956-57.............................................VU, 79-59 1994-95........................................... *VU, 90-54 1995-96.............................................VU, 71-58 1999-00.............................................VU, 72-63 2009-10.............................................VU, 97-63 2010-11.............................................VU, 78-59 2011-12.............................................VU, 79-69 2012-13.............................................VU, 75-65

Delaware State

Delaware leads, 10-3 1991-92......................................... *DSU, 99-95 1992-93.............................................UD, 81-64 1993-94...........................................*UD, 73-72 1994-95.....................................UD, 82-80 (OT) 1996-97...........................................*UD, 91-63 1997-98.............................................UD, 87-74

1998-99...........................................*UD, 87-74 1999-00.............................................UD, 64-51 2000-01...........................................*UD, 79-54 2009-10...........................................DSU, 75-67 2010-11...........................................*UD, 61-50 2011-12.............................................UD, 58-42 2012-13..................................*DSU, 73-67 (OT)

Robert Morris

Robert Morris leads, 1-0 2008-09.......................................... RMU, 86-75

Notre Dame First Meeting

North Dakota State First Meeting

Ohio State

Ohio State leads, 2-0 1959-60.........................................OSU, 109-38 2004-05...........................................OSU, 74-49

Bryant

Delaware leads, 1-0 1971-72.........................................*UD, 103-83

Saint Bonventure

Delaware leads, 1-0 2008-09.............................................UD, 85-81

Liberty

First Meeting

Cal Poly

First Meeting

Hofstra

Hofstra leads, 48-28 1953-54.............................................HU, 72-62 1954-55.......................*HU, 64-59; HU, 115-68 1955-56.............................................HU, 92-58 1956-57...........................................*HU, 72-67 1958-59.............................................HU, 85-70 1959-60.............................................HU, 58-41 1960-61...........................................*HU, 75-67 1965-66......................... *HU, 72-70; UD, 93-88 1966-67...........................................*UD, 80-70 1967-68.............................................HU, 90-74 1978-79...........................................*HU, 90-72 1979-80.............................................HU, 73-69 1980-81...........................................*HU, 70-61 1981-82.............................................HU, 65-53 1982-83...........................................*HU, 50-49 1983-84......................... HU, 56-54; *UD, 64-61 1984-85......................... *UD, 89-77; HU, 93-62 1985-86.........................*HU, 82-79; HU, 87-77 1986-87......................... HU, 75-58; *UD, 72-66 1987-88......................... *UD, 69-55; HU, 65-63

1988-89............... *UD, 79-77 (2OT); HU, 69-58 1989-90.........................HU, 79-64; *HU, 76-64 1990-91......................... *HU, 68-62; UD, 75-72 1994-95......................... *UD, 70-52; HU, 66-63 1995-96......................... *UD, 93-65; UD, 67-57 1996-97......HU, 81-70; *UD, 79-72; *UD, 86-73 1997-98......*UD, 77-75; UD, 92-77; *UD, 60-51 1998-99......................... HU, 78-76; *UD, 83-60 1999-00....... *UD, 85-81; HU, 82-70; HU; 76-69 2000-01........ UD, 79-74; *HU, 68-55; HU 68-55 2001-02......................... HU, 74-67; *UD, 75-63 2002-03.........................HU, 64-62; *HU, 91-82 2003-04......................... *UD, 66-59; HU, 63-61 2004-05.........................HU, 80-66; *HU, 75-57 2005-06.........................HU, 79-65; *HU, 77-62 2006-07......................... HU, 75-50; *UD, 72-68 2007-08......................... HU, 64-58; *UD, 74-69 2008-09.........................HU, 66-61; *HU, 69-59 2009-10.........................HU, 77-67; *HU, 82-69 2010-11.........................*HU, 61-58; HU, 79-60 2011-12......................... *UD, 67-66; UD, 71-57 2012-13....... *UD, 69-54; UD, 57-56; UD, 62-57

James Madison

Delaware leads, 12-8 2001-02......................... *UD, 51-50; UD, 65-64 2002-03......................... UD, 69-54; *UD, 74-71 2003-04......................... *UD, 80-66; UD, 63-61 2004-05......................... *UD, 75-40; UD, 70-69 2005-06....................... *UD, 95-68; JMU, 74-64 2006-07..................... JMU, 62-47; *JMU, 69-64 2007-08.............................................UD, 66-65 2008-09...........................................*UD, 79-65 2009-10...........................................JMU, 71-65 2010-11.........................................*JMU, 77-71 2011-12.............................................UD, 85-80 2012-13.................... JMU, 64-50; *JMU, 72-71; ........................................................JMU, 58-57

William & Mary

Delaware leads, 19-8 1915-16.............................................UD, 35-30 1929-30....................................... *W&M, 38-22 1968-69......................................... W&M, 82-76 1982-83....................................... *W&M, 70-58 1983-84......................................... W&M, 68-65 1984-85......................................... W&M, 72-61 1987-88...........................................*UD, 77-69 1988-89.............................................UD, 81-63 1989-90...........................................*UD, 72-56 2001-02......................W&M, 59-53; *UD, 82-72 2002-03......................... UD, 74-72; *UD, 91-57 2003-04..................*UD, 93-82 (OT); UD, 73-68 2004-05......................... UD, 69-59; *UD, 76-47 2005-06.....................................UD, 57-52 (OT) 2006-07...........................................*UD, 77-62 2007-08.............................................UD, 58-51

2008-09...........................................*UD, 71-62 2009-10...........*W&M, 74-73 (OT); W&M, 67-54 2010-11......................... *UD, 61-48; UD, 59-55 2011-12.............................................UD, 75-64 2012-13...........................................*UD, 66-56

Northeastern

Delaware leads, 23-19 1977-78.....................................UD, 89-85 (OT) 1990-91.............................................NU, 84-70 1991-92......................... *UD, 65-63; UD, 74-64 1992-93....... NU, 76-73; *NU, 82-68; UD, 84-61 1993-94........................ *UD, 59-56; UD, 89-85; 1994-95......................... NU, 81-68; *UD, 87-58 1995-96......................... *UD, 99-69; UD, 60-59 1996-97......................... *UD, 74-55; UD, 70-66 1997-98......................... *UD, 79-63; NU, 72-62 1998-99......................... *UD, 80-57; UD, 72-69 1999-00......................... NU, 90-76; *UD, 80-64 2000-01.................*UD, 71-54; UD, 81-77 (OT); ......................................................*UD, 110-66 2005-06.........................NU, 73-71; *NU, 80-66 2006-07....... NU, 73-64; *NU, 70-61; NU, 77-67 2007-08................. NU, 73-69 (OT); *NU, 53-49 2008-09.........................*NU, 67-47; NU, 73-59 2009-10.........................NU, 59-55; *NU, 67-51 2010-11....... *UD, 54-52; UD, 72-66; UD, 60-58 2011-12......................... NU, 62-61; *UD, 82-72 2012-13................. NU, 74-70; *UD, 76-74 (OT)

Drexel

Delaware leads, 76-72 1911-12...........................................*DU, 28-24 1912-13...........................................*DU, 33-30 1914-15......................... DU, 35-21; *UD, 32-18 1915-16...........................................*DU, 28-24 1916-17...........................................*UD, 35-18 1917-18...........................................*UD, 35-20 1923-24.............................................DU, 22-20 1924-25.............................................DU, 38-28 1925-26...........................................*UD, 25-15 1926-27.............................................DU, 23-21 1927-28...........................................*UD, 34-33 1928-29.............................................DU, 34-26 1929-30...........................................*UD, 24-22 1932-33.............................................UD, 40-26 1935-36...........................................*UD, 43-41 1936-37...................................DU, 50-47 (2OT) 1939-40......................... *UD, 38-35; UD, 57-44 1940-41...........................................*UD, 36-28 1941-42.............................................DU, 46-36 1942-43...........................................*UD, 32-30 1945-46......................... UD, 43-35; *UD, 48-41 1946-47......................... *UD, 38-37; DU, 85-56 1947-48......................... DU, 57-55; UD, *65-45 1948-49......................... DU, 68-56; *DU, 58-53 1949-50......................... *UD, 51-45; DU, 65-62

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1950-51......................... *UD, 50-49; UD, 75-55 1951-52......................... UD, 84-52; *UD, 66-53 1952-53......................... UD, 81-64; *UD, 63-61 1953-54..................*DU, 63-60 (OT); DU, 83-64 1954-55......................... *DU, 88-70; DU, 86-80 1955-56......................... DU, 75-52; *UD, 83-70 1956-57......................... *DU, 75-74; DU, 87-60 1957-58......................... *UD, 60-56; DU, 97-77 1960-61...........................................*DU, 69-63 1961-62...........................................*UD, 89-62 1962-63.............................................UD, 63-51 1963-64...........................................*UD, 68-54 1964-65.............................................DU, 81-73 1965-66......................... *DU, 66-61; DU, 82-76 1966-67......................... *UD, 69-62; UD, 71-52 1967-68......................... UD, 67-56; *UD, 94-77 1968-69......................... UD, 78-60; *DU, 67-62 1969-70..................*UD, 63-58; UD, 88-85 (OT) 1970-71......................... UD, 77-69; *UD, 72-48 1971-72......................... UD, 75-67; *UD, 94-56 1972-73.............................................DU, 71-61 1973-74...........................................*UD, 78-70 1974-75.............................................DU, 64-66 1975-76...........................................*UD, 61-60 1976-77.............................................DU, 78-77 1977-78...........................................*UD, 91-78 1978-79.............................................DU, 68-55 1979-80...........................................*UD, 61-60 1980-81.............................................DU, 50-43 1981-82......................... *DU, 56-49; DU, 49-45 1982-83.............................................DU, 51-44 1983-84........................ *DU, 72-55; UD, 69-65; ..................................................DU, 82-72 (OT) 1984-85......................... *DU, 89-75; DU, 73-67 1985-86.................*DU, 90-89 (OT); DU, 86-85; ..........................................................DU, 99-81 1986-87......................... UD, 90-78; *DU, 86-75 1987-88......................... UD, 88-85; *DU, 77-76 1988-89......................... *DU, 78-69; DU, 88-79 1989-90......................... DU, 73-65; *UD, 69-63 1990-91......................... *UD, 95-87; UD, 72-71 1991-92......UD, 69-66; *UD, 72-66; *UD, 92-68 1992-93....... DU, 79-63; *UD, 92-73; UD, 67-64 1993-94..................*DU, 74-67; DU, 68-60 (OT) 1994-95......................... DU, 76-69; *UD, 73-71 1995-96......................... DU, 91-75; *DU, 82-78 1996-97......................... *DU, 77-73; DU, 74-70 1997-98......................... DU, 65-63; *UD, 73-68 1998-99.................UD, 70-62; *UD, 99-91 (OT); ........................................................*UD, 86-67 1999-00......................... *UD, 90-77; UD, 69-65 2000-01.......................... DU, 82-70; *UD 68-56 2001-02....... *UD, 78-73; DU, 97-89; UD, 85-59 2002-03..................*DU, 83-78 (OT); DU, 70-56 2003-04......................... DU, 82-75; *UD, 76-64 2004-05......................... *UD, 67-65; DU, 86-80

DELAWARE VS. 2013-14 OPPONENTS

2005-06....... DU, 55-44; *UD, 75-68; UD, 52-49 2006-07......................... *DU, 69-61; DU, 77-62 2007-08....... UD, 67-63; *DU, 62-60; UD, 60-51 2008-09..................DU, 79-69; *UD, 73-70 (OT) 2009-10......................... *UD, 62-58; DU, 68-60 2010-11......................... DU, 68-55; *DU, 58-48 2011-12......................... *UD, 71-60; DU, 71-55 2012-13................UD, 66-64; *UD, 73-71 (2OT)

Towson

Delaware leads, 41-29 2011-12.............................................UD, 85-80 1970-71...........................................*UD, 86-65 1971-72...........................................*UD, 91-78 1972-73............................................. TU, 82-78 1974-75............................................. TU, 82-71 1982-83..........................*UD, 71-62; TU, 65-56 1983-84..........................*UD, 57-56; TU, 62-61 1984-85......................... UD, 72-71; *UD, 84-64 1985-86..........................*UD, 57-53; TU, 87-81 1986-87.......................... *TU, 62-52; TU, 75-61 1987-88......................... UD, 76-75; *UD, 77-74 1988-89..........................TU, 88-74; *UD, 76-74 1989-90.........*UD, 89-77; TU, 87-84; TU, 85-71 1990-91..........................TU, 88-84; *UD, 75-74 1991-92...........................................*UD, 90-69 1992-93.............................................UD, 76-69 1993-94............................................*TU, 71-63 1994-95............................................. TU, 84-83 1995-96........*UD, 81-73; UD, 71-70; TU, 85-78 1996-97........................*UD, 104-63; TU, 86-79 1997-98..........UD, 68-63 (OT); *UD 71-68 (OT); ........................................................*UD, 80-60 1998-99......*UD, 70-60; UD, 73-56; *UD, 83-63 1999-00......*UD, 82-70; UD, 80-74; *UD, 79-69 2000-01....... UD, 67-64; *UD, 77-63; UD, 66-51 2001-02.......................... *TU, 59-53; TU, 61-57 2002-03......................... *UD, 74-60; UD, 74-69 2003-04.................. TU, 70-68; *UD, 80-76 (OT) 2004-05........TU, 86-66; *UD, 65-55; UD, 76-56 2005-06..........................*TU, 96-92; UD, 76-61 2006-07.......................... *TU, 75-68; TU, 85-63 2007-08..........................*UD, 70-63; TU, 89-74 2008-09.......................... *TU, 62-61; TU, 75-74 2009-10.......................... *TU, 71-68; TU, 81-66 2010-11......................... UD, 66-63; *UD, 80-70 2011-12....... *UD, 62-43; UD, 76-69; UD, 72-65 2012-13.......................... *TU, 69-66; TU, 85-65

2004-05................ *UNCW, 62-59; UNCW, 68-65 2005-06............... *UNCW, 71-58; UNCW, 70-54; ..................................................... UNCW, 69-56 2006-07.....................*UD, 78-69; UNCW, 75-66 2007-08.....................*UD, 68-67; UNCW, 82-59 2008-09........................................ UNCW, 75-72 2009-10...........................................*UD, 69-62 2010-11........................................ UNCW, 76-53 2011-12.....................UNCW, 80-75; *UD, 71-53 2012-13......................... *UD, 71-56; UD, 79-78

College of Charleston

College of Charleston leads, 2-0 1998-99...........................................CofC, 80-55 2000-01...................................CofC, 80-75 (OT)

* Delaware home game

UNCW

UNCW leads, 16-8 2001-02....................UD, 65-60; *UNCW, 66-69; ..................................................... UNCW, 69-54 2002-03............... *UNCW, 68-62; UNCW, 71-53; ..................................................... UNCW, 63-50 2003-04.....................UNCW, 50-49; *UD, 62-61

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL SERIES RECORDS First Last School Won Lost Game Game Aberdeen Proving......................0 1 1942 1942 Alabama...................................1 2 1981 1999 Albany......................................1 1 2006 2007 Albright.....................................8 4 1910 1969 Alfred University.......................1 0 1952 1952 Alsace De Bagnolet....................1 0 1961 1961 American ..................................9 17 1939 2010 Appalachian State......................1 0 1972 1972 Arizona.....................................0 1 1999 1999 Army...................................... 1 13 1921 1987 Ashland College.........................0 1 1965 1965 Assumption ..............................0 1 1976 1976 Auburn......................................0 2 1984 2004 Bainbridge................................1 0 1952 1952 Baltimore (University)...............6 5 1928 1982 Baltimore Med School................0 1 1908 1908 Baltimore Poly HS......................2 0 1914 1915 Bates College.............................0 1 1959 1959 Bentley College.........................1 0 1977 1977 Boston University....................17 12 1976 2011 Bowdoin....................................0 1 1959 1959 Bowling Green...........................0 1 2001 2001 Bradley ....................................0 1 1952 1952 Brooklyn College.......................2 0 1991 1991 Brownson..................................1 0 1908 1908 Bryant.................................... 1 0 1971 1971 Bucknell..................................34 52 1905 2009 Buffalo......................................1 1 1947 1950 Butler........................................0 2 2001 2012 Caldwell (N.J.)...........................1 0 1988 1988 UC-Santa Barbara......................0 1 1994 1994 Canisius.....................................1 0 1999 1999 Carnegie-Mellon........................1 0 1920 1920 Catholic University.....................7 8 1911 1974 Central Connecticut....................5 6 1984 2008 Central Florida...........................1 0 1991 1991 Central Michigan........................1 0 1985 1985 Charleston Southern............ 2 0 1998 2000 Cincinnati..................................0 1 1991 1991 City College of New York............0 2 1911 1914 The Citadel................................2 1 1963 2005 Clemson....................................0 2 1973 1996 Cleveland State..........................0 2 2006 2006 Colby College.............................1 0 1971 1971 Colgate.....................................4 0 1982 1999 College of Charleston.......... 0 2 1998 2000 Columbia...................................5 1 1981 1993 Cornell......................................1 2 1968 2011 Cortland State ...........................2 1 1952 1966 Cres. College of Brooklyn...........0 1 1914 1914 C.W. Post...................................1 0 1967 1967 Dartmouth................................1 1 1972 1973 Davidson...................................1 0 1977 1977 Davis & Elkins...........................0 1 1925 1925 Delaware State..................10 3 1991 2012 Detroit Mercy............................0 3 1956 1970 Dickinson (1 tie)........................6 7 1918 1941 Drexel..................................76 72 1911 2013 Duke.........................................0 2 1995 2012 Duquesne..................................1 0 1999 1999 East Stroudsburg........................1 1 1966 1967 East Tennessee State..................0 1 1980 1980 Eastern Kentucky.......................0 1 1982 1982 Eastern Washington...................1 0 2002 2002 Elon..........................................0 1 1933 1933 Fairfield....................................0 1 1978 1978 Fairleigh-Dickinson....................0 1 1984 1984 Florida......................................1 0 1996 1996 Fordham...................................0 1 1924 1924 Franklin & Marshall.................19 13 1908 1977 Gallaudet..................................3 3 1927 1944

First Last School Won Lost Game Game George Mason.........................10 20 1980 2013 George Washington...................5 7 1915 1997 Georgetown...............................0 4 1919 1965 Georgia.....................................0 1 1975 1975 Georgia State............................8 5 2005 2013 Gettysburg..............................26 12 1910 1977 Glassboro State (Rowan) .........16 2 1963 1987 Grove City College.....................0 1 1965 1965 Hahnemann Medical .................2 0 1921 1938 Hampden-Sydney......................6 0 1931 1937 Hampton................................ 4 1 2007 2012 Hartford..................................16 8 1987 2001 Haverford...............................38 19 1918 1959 High Point.................................1 0 2001 2001 Hofstra................................28 48 1953 2013 Holy Cross.................................0 1 2006 2006 Howard ...................................3 3 1978 2011 Illinois State..............................0 1 1977 1977 Indiana.....................................0 1 1995 1995 Iona..........................................0 4 1955 2007 Iowa.........................................0 1 1986 1986 James Madison...................12 8 2002 2013 Jefferson Medical College...........1 0 1905 1905 Johns Hopkins.........................22 7 1916 1964 Kansas State..............................0 1 2012 2012 Kings College (Del.)...................1 0 1950 1950 Lafayette................................23 55 1916 2012 La Salle.....................................4 20 1931 2012 Lawrence Tech...........................0 4 1947 1950 Lebanon Valley..........................3 2 1909 1922 Lehigh.....................................46 34 1908 1989 Long Island...............................2 1 1930 2003 Louisiana State..........................0 1 1979 1979 Louisville...................................0 1 1992 1992 Loyola (Ill.)...............................0 1 1983 1983 Loyola (La.)...............................0 1 1970 1970 Loyola (Md.)...........................11 11 1910 2006 Maine.....................................14 11 1974 2001 Manhattan College.....................1 3 1909 1927 Marietta College........................0 1 1954 1954 Marist.......................................1 4 2005 2008 Marquette.................................0 1 1969 1969 Marshall....................................0 1 1996 1996 Maryland..................................2 3 1907 2007 Maryland-Balt. Co. (UMBC) .......7 3 1975 2005 Medico-Chirurgical.....................3 0 1906 1910 Mercer......................................0 2 1973 1975 Mercyhurst................................0 1 1974 1974 Michigan...................................0 2 1956 1958 Middle Tennessee State..............0 1 2004 2004 Millersville (1 tie)......................2 2 1905 1907 Mississippi State.........................0 1 1989 1989 Monmouth................................3 5 1986 1994 Montclair State..........................4 2 1969 1975 Moravian College.......................5 2 1910 1932 Mount St. Mary’s.......................5 9 1910 2004 Muhlenberg...............................8 14 1918 1963 Navy.........................................8 22 1908 1992 New Castle Air Base...................0 1 1943 1943 New Hampshire.......................19 7 1974 2001 New Orleans..............................0 2 1979 1993 New York University..................0 1 1908 1908 New York Law............................1 0 1914 1914 Niagara.....................................1 0 2006 2006 UNC Greensboro........................3 2 1992 2006 UNCW.......................................8 16 2002 2013 North Carolina State..................0 1 2005 2005 Northeastern......................23 19 1977 2013 Ohio State............................. 0 2 1959 2004 Ohio University..........................1 3 2007 2010 Old Dominion............................8 15 1972 2013 Penn.........................................6 18 1910 2012

First Last School Won Lost Game Game Pennsylvania Medical School......1 2 1905 1906 Philadelphia Osteopathy ...........6 2 1917 1936 Philadelphia Pharmacy..............7 1 1905 1918 Philadelphia Textile....................5 0 1927 1940 Penn State.................................0 10 1907 1979 Philadelphia Dental Institute......1 1 1906 1922 Pittsburgh.................................0 1 2012 2012 Polytechnic NY.........................16 7 1920 1941 Pratt Institute............................4 16 1909 1940 Princeton...................................3 6 1921 1989 Providence................................0 1 1962 1962 Purdue......................................0 1 1998 1998 Quantico Marines.......................0 1 1961 1961 Radford.....................................1 1 2011 2012 Randolph-Macon........................6 3 1915 1973 Rice..........................................1 0 1992 1992 Richmond............................... 2 1 1915 1994 Rider.......................................32 30 1969 2012 Roanoke...................................2 1 1920 1972 Robert Morris....................... 0 1 2008 2008 Rutgers...................................13 34 1907 2008 Saint Bonaventure............... 1 0 2008 2008 St. Francis (N.Y.)........................1 1 1980 1991 St. Francis (Pa.).........................0 2 1989 1990 St. John’s (N.Y.).........................6 8 1909 1927 St. Mary’s (Cal.).........................0 1 2004 2004 St. Michael’s (Vt.).......................0 2 1959 1963 Saint Joseph’s............................9 28 1927 2003 San Diego State.........................0 1 1989 1989 San Francisco.............................0 2 2003 2004 Santa Clara...............................1 0 2010 2010 Schuylkill Seminary...................1 1 1916 1916 Seton Hall.................................0 3 1930 2008 Siena........................................3 3 1980 2009 South Carolina...........................1 0 1978 1978 Southern California....................0 1 1989 1989 Stetson......................................2 0 1991 2005 Stevens Institute........................2 5 1917 1936 Susquehanna.............................7 4 1909 1935 Swarthmore............................27 36 1905 1963 Temple......................................6 38 1906 2012 Tennessee..................................0 1 1999 1999 Tennessee-Chattanooga..............1 1 1984 1996 Toledo.......................................2 6 1948 2008 Towson................................41 29 1970 2013 Troy State..................................1 0 1993 1993 Union College............................0 1 1920 1920 Upsala College...........................3 3 1930 1981 Ursinus....................................32 14 1916 1987 Utah State.................................0 1 1969 1969 Vermont..................................20 8 1976 2009 Villanova............................... 0 11 1951 2012 Virginia.....................................2 10 1920 2012 VCU...........................................3 16 2002 2012 VMI...........................................0 1 1923 1923 Virginia Tech..............................2 3 1919 2009 Wagner.....................................4 1 1952 1977 Wake Forest..............................1 0 1931 1931 Washington (Md.)....................31 29 1913 1997 Washington & Jefferson.............0 1 1921 1921 Washington & Lee......................0 1 1923 1923 Washington State.......................1 0 1986 1986 Weber State...............................1 0 1994 1994 Wesleyan (Conn.)......................1 0 1985 1985 West Chester............................34 31 1931 1990 Western Maryland.....................4 6 1922 1964 Western Michigan......................0 1 1985 1985 Wichita State.............................1 0 2001 2001 Widener (PMC)........................57 39 1905 1998 William & Mary..................19 8 1915 2013 Wisconsin-Green Bay.................0 1 2002 2002 Xavier.......................................1 1 1973 1992 Yale..........................................0 2 1906 1982 2013-14 Opponents in Bold

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A leader in international education, UD offered the first study-abroad program in the world in 1923, and celebrates its 90th anniversary of study abroad in 2013. UD ranks third nationally among public doctoral institutions in study-abroad participation. More than one of every three UD undergraduate students (34.7%) studies overseas; programs are offered in nearly 50 countries. In 2010, the Education Advisory Board’s University Leadership Council cited UD’s study-abroad program as a model.

UD’s freshman retention rate, 92 percent, ranks in the 97th percentile among universities nationwide. At 77 percent, UD’s six-year graduation rate is more than 21 percentage points higher than the national average. UD’s four-year graduation rate, 61.8 percent, is nearly double the national average. UD’s Latino and African American students also graduate in numbers far higher than the U.S. average—nearly 23 percentage points higher and 18 points higher, respectively.

UD’s exceptional faculty includes internationally known authors, scientists and artists, among them a Nobel laureate, Guggenheim and Fulbright fellows, members of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering and American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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UD has graduated 12 Rhodes scholars since the celebrated program began in 1904. Our most recent Rhodes scholar—2011 graduate Matthew Watters—is now studying global health science at Oxford. UD also produces numerous Marshall and Truman scholars, and has been named a Truman Scholarship Honor Institution for its outstanding record of Truman scholars selected.

Many of UD’s doctoral programs were ranked among the best in the U.S. in a recent National Research Council survey that examined criteria such as student financial support, average time to degree completion, student career plans and diversity of the academic environment. UD graduate programs in physical therapy, engineering, education, business, city management, mathematics and public affairs have been recognized in recent Best Graduate Schools guides published by U.S. News Media Group.

A citation in the Princeton Review once referred to the UD campus as “absolutely the most gorgeous anywhere,” and a 2007 Washington Post story noted, “with its elegant, elongated Green, [UD] is a stunning landscape of Georgian Colonial red-brick, white-columned architecture to rival anything conceived by Thomas Jefferson.”

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Delaware At The Bob Carpenter Center

The University of Delaware men’s and women’s basketball teams will begin their 22nd season in the $20.5 million, 5,000-seat Bob Carpenter Center Acierno Arena in 2013-14. Prior to the 2002-03 season, the Fightin’ Blue Hens moved into their new conference – the CAA – with a new look. In the fall of 2002, the University sent the BCC floor out for renovations. The new look floor made its debut when Delaware hosted La Salle on November 24, 2002. The Blue Hen men have posted a 21-year record of 187-95 (.663) in the building, including opening the arena with a 77-69 win over Rutgers Dec. 1, 1992. Delaware picked up its 100th win at the BCC on March 3, 2001 with a 66-51 win over arch-rival Towson in the America East quarterfinals. In addition to the 187-95 record in the building, the Hens own an impressive mark of 132-66 (.667) against conference opponents in the 21-year history of the BCC. The Hens have also posted a postseason record of 12-2 at the Bob Carpenter Center, including 10 straight wins. The BCC served as site of the first three rounds of the America East Men’s Basketball Tournament from 1996-2001. The tournament was a great success in Newark and the attendance averaged over 3,000 fans each session. The pinnacle of attendance records occurred in the 2000 America East Tournament when a new record for the largest crowd to witness a basketball game in the state of Delaware was set. A crowd of 5,267 saw Delaware and longtime-rival Towson square off in the quarterfinals on March 4, 2000. Delaware has welcomed record crowds to the all-purpose building during the regular season, as well. The Hens led America East in average attendance every year from 1992-93 until their departure following the 2001-02 season. In their first season in the CAA, Delaware ranked second in attendance and first in percentage of capacity met. During the 2001-02 season, Delaware set a school record with more than 3,000 season tickets. Fightin’ Blue Hen basketball attendance surpassed the half-million mark in 2001. Against Hofstra on February 4, Delaware passed the 500,000 mark for fans to watch a Delaware men’s basketball game at the BCC. The Bob Carpenter Center has had 38 sellout crowds. Delaware’s first four sellouts came during a doubleheader sweep over rival Drexel March 3, 1993, a loss to nationally-ranked Villanova Dec. 30, 1994, a doubleheader sweep over Delaware State Nov. 22, 1996, and a then-building record standing-room-only crowd of 5,205 (a then-state of Delaware record) for the 1998 America East championship game win over Boston University in a game televised live nationally by ESPN. The arena section of the building is named in honor of Frank E. Acierno Acierno, a local

Year Overall Conference* 1992-93 11-1 7-1 1993-94 10-3 5-2 1994-95 8-4 6-2 1995-96 10-4 7-3 1996-97 10-5 6-5 1997-98 13-2 11-1 1998-99 13-1 11-1 1999-2000 14-1 10-1 2000-01 12-2 9-2 2001-02 8-4 6-3 2002-03 8-5 5-4 2003-04 10-3 8-1 2004-05 7-6 5-4 2005-06 4-8 2-7 2006-07 3-11 3-6 2007-08 7-5 5-4 2008-09 8-7 6-3 2009-10 5-10 3-6 2010-11 6-6 4-5 2011-12 11-3 7-2 2012-13 9-4 6-3 Totals 187-95 132-66

businessman and developer, who donated $1 million to the Bob Carpenter Center, the largest gift from a single donor. The BCC was formally dedicated in a ceremony Nov. 10, 1992. Delaware basketball teams moved to their new home after competing at 3,000-seat Dela* regular season and tournament games ware Field House since 1967. The Bob Carpenter Center is the center of an expansive collegiate athletic complex, the David M. Nelson Athletic Complex named in memory of the former University of Delaware athletic director, dean, and head football coach. The complex includes 22,000-seat Delaware Stadium, the home of the nationally-ranked Fightin’ Blue Hen football team; Fred P. Rullo Stadium, a $3 million, 2,000-seat lighted ActionTurf field for field hockey that opened in September 1998; Delaware Field House, an indoor track and practice facility which had a new surface installed in 1995; newly-renovated Bob Hannah Stadium and Delaware Softball Diamond; multipurpose turf fields; the Delaware Ice Skating Science Development Center; and an outdoor swimming pool. The newest facility, an addition to the Bob Carpenter Center, was completed in the spring of 2012. The 45,000-square-foot addition includes two new full-sized practice gymnasiums that are used by UD athletics teams, club sports, and intramurals, meeting room, film rooms, lockerrooms, team lounges, offices for the men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and volleyball coaching staffs as well as for athletics development and external relations, and an area that houses the UD Athletics Hall of Fame. The Bob Carpenter Center served for the first time as headquarters for the National Basketball Association’s Philadelphia 76ers pre-season training camp in October 1995 with the team drawing large daily crowds, including a sellout crowd of 5,000 fans for the final scrimmage. The Sixers also held their pre-season camp at the BCC in 1996 before moving their pre-season site to North Carolina prior to the 1997-98 season. This fall the BCC hosted its first-ever NBA game, a pre-season tilt between the Sixers and Boston Celtics.

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Delaware Men’s Basketball Attendance Records SINGLE GAME, HOME (Minimum attendance - 4,900) 1. 5,267 vs. Towson, 3/4/2000 (BCC)* 2. 5,209 vs. Drexel, 3/6/99 (BCC)* 5,209 vs. Maine, 2/28/99 (BCC)* 5,209 vs. Towson, 2/27/99 (BCC)* 6. 5,205 vs. Boston University, 3/7/98 (BCC)* 7. 5,187 vs. Saint Joseph’s, 11/28/2001 (BCC)* 8. 5,100 vs. Maine, 1/22/99 (BCC)* 9. 5,094 vs. Maine, 1/29/2000 (BCC)* 10. 5,086 vs. Maine, 3/5/2000 (BCC)* 11. 5,074 vs. Towson, 1/22/2000 (BCC)* 12. 5,064 vs. Drexel, 1/11/2000 (BCC)* 13. 5,054 vs. #10 St. Joseph’s, 12/30/2003* 14. 5,040 vs. Delaware State, 11/20/2000 (BCC)* 5,040 vs. Vermont, 2/13/99 (BCC)* 16. 5,014 vs. Northeastern, 2/12/2000 (BCC)* 17. 5,004 vs. Old Dominion, 2/22/2003 (BCC)* 5,004 vs. Hartford, 2/24/2001 (BCC)* 5,004 vs. Towson, 2/17/2001 (BCC)* 5,004 vs. Hofstra, 2/4/2001 (BCC)* 5,004 vs. Drexel, 2/1/2001 (BCC)* 22. 5,000 vs. Hofstra, 2/23/2002 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. William & Mary, 2/20/2002 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. UNC Wilmington, 2/16/2002 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Old Dominion, 2/2/2002 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Drexel, 1/19/2002 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Hartford, 2/14/2000 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Boston University, 2/10/2000 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Hofstra, 1/9/2000 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Colgate, 12/2/99 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. George Mason, 11/23/99 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Hofstra, 2/10/99 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Drexel, 1/27/99 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. New Hampshire, 1/24/99 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Delaware State, 1/18/98 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Delaware State, 11/22/96 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Villanova, 12/30/94 (BCC)* 5,000 vs. Drexel, 3/3/93 (BCC)*

39. 4,983 vs. UNC Wilmington, 1/18/2003 (BCC) 40. 4,982 vs. Northeastern, 2/19/93 (BCC) 41. 4,980 vs. Pennsylvania, 1/17/2001 (BCC) 42. 4,978 vs. Boston University, 1/13/2001 (BCC) 43. 4,974 vs. Maine, 12/9/2000 (BCC) 44. 4,973 vs. La Salle, 11/24/2001 (BCC) 45. 4,973 vs. New Hampshire, 12/7/2000 (BCC) 46. 4,968 vs. Vermont, 2/22/2001 (BCC) 47. 4,929 vs. Towson, 1/10/99 (BCC) 48. 4,922 vs. Rider, 12/16/2000 (BCC) 49. 4,908 vs. Old Dominion, 2/6/2002 (BCC) 50. 4,905 vs. Towson, 1/23/2002 (BCC) 51. 4,904 vs. Northeastern, 1/11/2001 (BCC)

HIGHEST SEASON TOTAL (HOME ONLY) 1. 74,830 (15 games), 1999-2000 (BCC) 2. 67,878 (14 games), 2000-01 (BCC) 3. 67,410 (14 games), 1998-99 (BCC) 4. 61,063 (13 games), 2002-03 (BCC) 5. 59,378 (12 games), 2001-02 (BCC) 6. 57,662 (13 games), 2003-04 (BCC) 7. 56,250 (13 games), 2004-05 (BCC) 8. 55,284 (15 games), 1997-98 (BCC) 9. 51,118 (15 games), 1996-97 (BCC) 10. 48,982 (14 games), 1995-96 (BCC) NOTE: Highest DFH total: 35,738 (16 games), 1991-92

* denotes sellout (38 at BCC all-time) NOTE: There have been 73 crowds of 4,500 or more SINGLE GAME, ALL SITES 31,186 vs. Louisville at Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis, IN 3/19/93 (NCAA Midwest Regional) SINGLE SEASON Highest Home Average 1. 4,989, 1999-2000 (BCC) 2. 4,948, 2001-02 (BCC) 3. 4,848, 2000-01 (BCC) 4. 4,815, 1998-99 (BCC) 5. 4,697, 2002-03 (BCC) 6. 4,436, 2003-04 (BCC) 7. 4,327, 2004-05 (BCC) 8. 3,696, 1992-93 (BCC) 9. 3,686, 1997-98 (BCC) 10. 3,499, 1995-96 (BCC)

HIGHEST SEASON TOTAL (ALL SITES)   1. 138,374, 1999-2000   2. 132,443, 1992-93   3. 116,342, 1998-99   4. 113,747, 1995-96   5. 113,269, 2002-03 6. 107,863, 2004-05   7. 105,610, 2000-01 Key: CSB - Carpenter Sports Building (1942-66) DFH - Delaware Field House (1967-92) BCC - Bob Carpenter Center (1992-Present)

NOTE: Highest DFH average: 2,234, 1991-92

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FIRST GAME: Delaware def. Rutgers 77-69, 12/1/92 FIRST BASKET: Chuck Weiler (Rutgers), 19:50 FIRST DELAWARE BASKET: Spencer Dunkley, 19:14

TEAM RECORDS Delaware Overall Record: 187-95 (21 seasons) Most Delaware Wins, Season 14 (14-1), 1999 2000 13 (13-2), 1997-98 13 (13-1), 1998-99 Most Consecutive Delaware Wins 17, 1999-2000 (streak ended by Maine, 1/29/2000) 15, 1998-99 (streak ended by Maine, 1/22/1999) Largest Delaware Winning Margin 47, Delaware def. New Hampshire, 102-55, 1/27/2000 44, Delaware def. Northeastern, 110-66, 3/4/2001 43, Delaware def. Widener, 81-38, 12/22/1995 Largest Delaware Losing Margin 36, Villanova def. Delaware 90-54, 12/30/1994 29, Hartford def. Delaware 91-62, 1/10/1997 Most Points, Game 117, Hartford vs. New Hampshire, 3/3/2000 110, Delaware vs. Northeastern, 3/4/2001 106, Delaware vs. UMBC (106-98 in OT), 1/6/1993 Regulation Game 117, Hartford vs. New Hampshire, 3/3/2000 110, Delaware vs. Northeastern, 3/4/2001 104, Delaware vs. Towson, 104-63, 1/5/1998 Most Points by a Delaware Opponent, Game 98, UMBC (OT), 1/6/1993 96, Towson, 1/14/2006 91, Hofstra, 2/19/2003 91, Drexel (OT), 1/27/1999 Points, Half 64, Delaware (2nd) vs. Northeastern, 3/4/2001 62, Loyola (2nd) vs. Delaware, 12/31/2005 59, Hartford (1st) vs. New Hampshire, 3/3/2000 Most Points, Two Teams 205, Hartford (117) vs. New Hampshire (88), 3/3/2000

Directions to the Bob Carpenter Center The University of Delaware’s Bob Carpenter Center is easily accessible from all directions. Take Route I-95 North or South to the University of Delaware/ Newark Exit 1B (Exit 1 from South). Proceed on Route 896 North (South College Avenue). Approximately 1 mile on the right is the Bob Carpenter Center. The Bob Carpenter Center is located next to 23,000 seat Delaware Stadium and the Delaware Field House. The Bob Carpenter Center is approximately 45 minutes from Philadelphia, 1 hour from Baltimore, 2 hours from Washington, DC, and 2 1/2 hours from New York City.

2013-14 Ticket Prices Single-game ticket prices for the 2013-14 men’s basketball regular season: Courtside Floor Seating *.............................................$40 Center (Sections 7, 8, 17 & 18)....................................$15 Chairback (Sections 15, 16 & 19).................................$12 Bench............................................................................$8

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BOB CARPENTER CENTER RECORDS 204, Delaware (106) vs. UMBC (98), 1/6/1993 (OT) Least Points, Game 38, Widener vs. Delaware, 12/22/1995 Least Points, Half 13, Vermont vs. Delaware, 2/13/1994 Least Points by Delaware, Half 15 vs. Old Dominion, 2/25/2006 Field Goals 41, Hartford vs. New Hampshire, 3/3/2000 41, Delaware vs. Towson, 1/5/1997 Field Goals Attempts 81, Delaware vs. UMBC, 1/6/1993 Field Goal Percentage .621, Hartford vs. New Hampshire, 3/3/2000 (41-66) .619, Delaware vs. Northeastern, 1/13/1996 (39-63) Lowest Field Goal Percentage .206, Vermont vs. Delaware, 2/13/1994 (13-63) Three-Point Field Goals 18, Delaware vs. New Hampshire, 12/7/2000 16, Delaware vs. William & Mary, 2/1/2003 16, Delaware vs. Hartford, 2/24/2001 16, Villanova vs. Delaware, 12/30/1994 Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 40, Vermont vs. Delaware, 1/27/1995 37, Delaware vs. New Hampshire, 12/7/2000 Free Throws 43, Drexel vs. Towson, 3/3/96 Free Throws by Delaware 40, vs. UMBC, 1/6/93 Free Throw Attempts 58, Drexel vs. Towson, 3/3/96 Rebounds 63, Delaware vs. Vermont, 2/13/94 Assists 34, Delaware vs. Washington College, 11/27/95 Blocks 12, Delaware vs. Siena, 12/23/2003 12, Delaware vs. New Hampshire, 1/27/2000 12, Delaware vs. Towson, 1/22/2000 12, Delaware vs. Colgate, 12/2/1999 Steals 21, Delaware vs. Siena, 12/23/2003 20, Delaware vs. Widener, 12/22/1996 20, Delaware vs. Maine, 1/17/1993 Turnovers 32, Delaware State vs. Delaware, 11/22/1996 26, Delaware vs. Boston University, 12/8/1996

14, Greg Smith (Delaware) vs. Delaware State, 11/22/1996 Field Goals Attempts 29, Matt Alosa (New Hampshire) vs. Hartford, 3/1/1996* Three-Point Field Goals 8, Billy Wells (Delaware) vs. Hartford, 2/24/2001 Consecutive Three-Point Field Goals Made 6, Jarvis Threatt (Delaware) vs. Georgia State, 1/21/2012 6, Mike Ames (Delaware) vs. Old Dominion, 2/2/2002 6, Raul DePablo (Towson) vs. Delaware, 1/22/2000 6, Keith Bike (Hartford) vs. Delaware, 1/16/1998 Free Throws 16 (18 att.), Speedy Claxton (Hofstra) vs. Delaware, 1/9/00 16 (19 att.), Anthony Bethune (Hartford) vs. Hofstra, 2/28/98 Free Throw Attempts 22, Jeff Myers (Drexel) vs. Towson, 3/2/1996 19, Anthony Bethune (Hartford) vs. Hofstra, 2/28/98

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Points, Game (Top 10) 43, John Holland (Boston University) vs. UD, 2/20/2010 39, Matt Alosa (New Hampshire) vs. Hartford, 3/1/1996 * 38, Harding Nana (Delaware) vs. Towson, 1/14/2006 36, Andre Collins (Loyola) vs. UD, 12/31/2005 35, Nate Fox (Maine) vs. Hartford, 2/27/1999 * 34, Anthony Bethune (Hartford) vs. Hofstra, 2/28/1999* 34, Mike Pegues (Delaware) vs. Hartford, 2/12/2000 33, Keyon Smith (Hartford) vs. UNH, 3/3/2000* 33, Kestutis Marciulionis (Delaware) vs. Drexel, 1/27/1999 33, Speedy Claxton (Hofstra) vs. Hartford, 2/28/1999* * conference tournament game Points, Half 28, Harding Nana (Delaware) vs. Towson, 1/14/2006 (1st) 27, Mike Pegues (Delaware) vs. American, 11/27/1999 (1st) 27, Ralph Biggs (Towson) vs. Northeastern, 2/28/1997 (2nd)* Field Goals 15, Mike Pegues (Delaware) vs. Hartford, 2/14/2000 15, Matt Alosa (New Hampshire) vs. Hartford, 3/1/1996*

Triple-Doubles (2) Keith Davis vs. Washington (MD), 12/21/1997    (17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists) Ryan Iversen vs. Long Island University, 12/1/2002    (12 points, 17 rebounds, 11 assists)

OTHER TOP STATISTICAL PERFORMANCES Rebounding 25, Spencer Dunkley (Delaware) vs. UMBC, 1/6/1993 21, Greg Smith (Delaware) vs. Vermont, 1/12/1997 21, Spencer Dunkley (Delaware) vs. Hartford, 1/31/1993 19, Harding Nana (Delaware) vs. Drexel, 2/11/2006 19, Ryan Schneider (Marist) vs. Delaware, 12/23/2008 Assists 15, Mike Slattery (Delaware) vs. William & Mary, 2/1/2003 15, Mike Slattery (Delaware) vs. UNC Greensboro, 12/19/02 14, Austen Rowland (Delaware) vs. New Hampshire, 12/7/2000 12, Mike Slattery (Delaware) vs. Hofstra, 2/19/2003 12, Darius Burton (Hofstra) vs. Northeastern, 3/1/96 12, Rob Garner (Delaware) vs. Hofstra, 2/7/1996 12, Alvin Williams (Villanova) vs. Delaware, 12/30/1994 Blocks 10, Shawn James (Northeastern) vs. Delaware, 2/23/2006 9, Ndongo Ndiaye (Delaware) vs. Colgate, 12/2/1999 8, Jamelle Hagins (Delaware) vs. Northeastern, 1/19/2011 8, Ajmal Basit (Delaware) vs. Drexel, 2/1/2001 8, Ndongo Ndiaye (Delaware) vs. Towson, 1/22/2000 Steals 8, Keyon Smith (Hartford) vs. New Hampshire, 3/3/2000 7, Joey Rodriguez (VCU) vs. Delaware, 2/9/2008 7, John Gordon (Delaware) vs. Maine, 1/22/1999 7, Tyrone Perry (Delaware) vs. Delaware State, 11/22/1996 6, Ryan Iversen (Delaware) vs. Old Dominion, 2/22/2003 6, Herb Courtney (Delaware) vs. Drexel, 1/20/2007 6, Jarvis Threatt (Delaware) vs. Hofstra, 1/9/2013

Miscellaneous Two 30-point scorers, same team Hartford vs. New Hampshire, 3/3/2000* (Keyon Smith, 33, and Darrick Jackson, 30) Player with 30 points and 10 assists Keyon Smith (Hartford) vs. New Hampshire, 3/3/2000* (33 points, 11 assists) * conference tournament game

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year Record (Conference) 1905-06 3-4-1 1906-07 6-5 1907-08 5-6 1908-09 4-7 1909-10 6-6

Head Coach Samuel Saunders Samuel Saunders not available not available W.J. McAvoy

Captain(s) Marcus Robin C.B. Shaffer J.E.Newman Ed. McGarvey C.G.Haley

1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20

7-6 2-10 1-6 3-6 5-7 7-4 8-6 5-6 8-2 13-2

W.J. McAvoy W.J. McAvoy W.J. McAvoy W.J. McAvoy W.J. McAvoy W.J. McAvoy W.J. McAvoy W.J. McAvoy H.B. Shipley H.B. Shipley

L.A. Houston C.W. Sawin W.A. Sawdon Robert Weimer W.F. Cann G.P. Doherty D. Horsey D. Horsey H.W. Marston Francis B. Carter

1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30

10-7 4-8 7-6 6-8 1-12 1-12 5-11 5-11 7-8 5-14

H.B. Shipley H. B. Shipley W.K. McAvoy W.K. McAvoy W.K. McAvoy Frank Forstburg Frank Forstburg J.J. Rothrock J.J. Rothrock J.J. Rothrock

H.B. Alexander F.K. Willis J.D. Williams W.D. McKelvie W.J. Jackson Vic Lichtenstein Fred Creamer Fred Creamer J. Jacquette A. Barton

1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40

6-9 12-4 9-7 4-10-1 4-11 4-11 4-12 6-10 9-7 4-12

G.P. Doherty G.P. Doherty G.P. Doherty G.P. Doherty G.P. Doherty G.P. Doherty G.P. Doherty Lyal W. Clark Steve Grenda Steve Grenda

John Roman John Roman Sidney Kaufman, F.J. Haggerty Ralph O’Connell Ralph O’Connell Thomas Pennock S.M. Wilson, Jr. Lewis Carey Bruce Lindsay Ed Douglass

1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50

7-9 (2-3) 7-10 (3-3) 7-13(2-6/2nd) 7-9 (4-6) 3-9 (2-6) 7-9 (5-5/3rd) 9-7 (5-5/4th) 10-8 (5-5/4th) 5-15 (2-8/4th) 8-8 (6-4/4th)

F.L. Stewart E. Emery Adkins E. Emery Adkins Edmund Prince Wm. D. Murray D.K. Steers Joseph Brunansky Joseph Brunansky Joseph Brunansky Fred Emmerson

William Gerow Fred Mitchell George Barlow H.R. McHenry Lawrence Schorr, Newell Duncan Joseph Mackey Gerald Bowlus Gerald Bowlus William Nash, William Cole James McFadden

1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60

14-7 (7-3/2nd) 17-6 (9-1/1st) 18-7 (9-1/1st) 9-13 (7-3/2nd) 6-16 (3-7/5th) 8-15 (6-4/3rd) 8-16 (7-3/2nd) 8-12 (8-3/3rd) 9-13 (4-6) 7-16 (1-9)

Fred Emmerson Fred Emmerson Fred Emmerson Fred Emmerson Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski

Frank Albera William Utt Richard Evans Frank White William Kelleher, Don Miller Robert Messick Clyde Louth Donald Hutton, Frank Wickes Bob Schiliro, T. Schonauer Charles Hamilton, Gilbert Mahla

Year Record (Conference) 1960-61 8-11 (2-7) 1961-62 18-5 (9-3) 1962-63 14-8 (7-3/3rd) 1963-64 13-10 (4-3) 1964-65 3-17 (0-8/6th) 1965-66 9-15 (5-6) 1966-67 15-9 (5-5) 1967-68 16-7 (7-1/1st) 1968-69 11-10 (5-3) 1969-70 16-9 (6-4)

Head Coach Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski Irv Wisniewski Dan Peterson Dan Peterson Dan Peterson Dan Peterson

Captain(s) John Baly John Barry, Bill Wagamon Nathan Cloud David L. Sysko John Himes John Himes, Michael Osowski Nelson Morley Charles Parnell, Mark Wagaman James Couch, Loren Pratt Edward Roth

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

11-14 (5-5) 18-7 (7-3/2nd) 14-11 (6-4) 15-11 (7-3) 12-13 (4-4/3rd) 10-15 (4-6/4th) 12-13 (7-3/2nd) 16-11 (5-5/2nd) 5-22 (2-14/6th) 9-19 (7-9/3rd)

Dan Peterson Don Harnum Don Harnum Don Harnum Don Harnum Don Harnum Ron Rainey Ron Rainey Ron Rainey Ron Rainey

John McMillen Lee Swayze, Ken Helfand Rich. Hickman J. Skedzielewski Bill Sullivan Paul Gibson Robert Cook Brian Downie Rick Meccariello, Mark Mancini David Gruber, Peter Mullenberg

1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90

6-19 (3-13/5th) 9-17 (6-10/4th) 11-14 (4-9/3rd) 11-16 (6-10/6th) 12-16 (7-7/4th) 11-16 (4-10/8th) 12-16 (3-11/8th) 19-9 (9-5/2nd) 14-14 (6-8/6th) 16-13 (7-7/4th)

Ron Rainey Ron Rainey Ron Rainey Ron Rainey Ron Rainey Steve Steinwedel Steve Steinwedel Steve Steinwedel Steve Steinwedel Steve Steinwedel

Peter Mullenberg, Will Reybold Ken Dill Tim Carr, Jon Staudenmayer Jon Chamberlain Len O’Donnell, David Penkrot Oscar Jones, John Weber Brad Heckert, Phil Carr, Taurence Chisholm Barry Berger, O.J. Gumbs, Taurence Chisholm Elsworth Bowers Renard Johnson, Ricky Long

1990-91 16-13 (8-4/2nd) Steve Steinwedel 1991-92 27-4 (14-0/1st) Steve Steinwedel NCAA Tournament 1992-93 22-8 (10-4/1st) Steve Steinwedel NCAA Tournament 1993-94 14-13 (7-7/5th) Steve Steinwedel 1994-95 12-15 (7-9/7th) Steve Steinwedel 1995-96 15-12 (11-7/4th) Mike Brey 1996-97 15-16 (8-10/5th) Mike Brey 1997-98 20-10 (12-6/1st) Mike Brey NCAA Tournament 1998-99 25-6 (15-3/1st) Mike Brey NCAA Tournament 1999-2000 24-8 (14-4/3rd) Mike Brey National Invitation Tournament (NIT)

Mark Haughton Alex Coles, Rob Jackson, Mark Murray, Steve Lubas, Denard Montgomery Spencer Dunkley, Ricky Deadwyler, Anthony Wright, Andre Buck, Kevin Blackhurst Robbie Johnson, Brian Pearl Robbie Johnson, Brian Pearl, Micah Edwards Patrick Evans, Rob Garner Greg Smith, Peca Arsic, Keith Davis, Tyrone Perry Keith Davis, Tyrone Perry

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Ajmal Basit, Greg Miller, Billy Wells Austen Rowland, Ryan Iversen Ryan Iversen, Mike Slattery Mike Ames, Mike Slattery, David Lunn Harding Nana, Mike Slattery, Robin Wentt Harding Nana Herb Courtney, Henry Olawoye Herb Courtney, Sam McMahon, Henry Olawoye Brian Johnson, Jim Ledsome Game Captains

20-10 (14-4/2nd) 14-16 (9-9/5th) 15-14 (9-9/5th) 16-12 (10-8/T-5th) 11-20 (7-11/7th) 9-21 (4-14/9th) 5-26 (3-15/12th) 14-17 (9-9/T-6th) 13-19 (6-12/9th) 7-24 (3-15/12th)

David Henderson David Henderson David Henderson David Henderson David Henderson David Henderson Monté Ross Monté Ross Monté Ross Monté Ross

2010-11 14-17 (8-10/7th) Monté Ross 2011-12 18-14 (12-6/5th) Monté Ross College Basketball Invitational (CBI) 2012-13 19-14 (13-5/2nd) Monté Ross

Tyrone Perry, John Bennett John Gordon, Mike Pegues. Kestutis Marciulionis

Game Captains Jamelle Hagins, Kelvin McNeil, Devon Saddler Josh Brinkley, Jamelle Hagins, Devon Saddler

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Associated Press All-America

Nate Cloud (F).....................................(Honorable Mention) 1962-63 Dave Sysko (F)....................................(Honorable Mention) 1963-64 Ken Luck (F)........................................(Honorable Mention) 1980-81   ......................................................(Honorable Mention) 1981-82

CoSIDA Academic All-America Brian Downie (C).......................................... (Second team) 1977-78 Mike Pegues (F).......................................... (Third team) 1999-2000

CoSIDA Academic All-District Mike Pegues (F).......................................... (Third team) 1999-2000 Mike Slattery (G).............................................. (First Team) 2003-04 ....................................................................... (First Team) 2004-05

NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship Brian Downie (C)...................................................................... 1979

UD Athletics Hall of Fame Ken Luck.................................................................................. 1997 Ace Taylor................................................................................ 1997 Bill Murray (Coach).................................................................. 1997 Dallas Green............................................................................ 1998 R.B. “Scotty” Duncan................................................................ 1998 Irv Wisniewski (Coach).............................................................. 2000 Bill Gerow................................................................................ 2001 Ed Thompson............................................................................ 2001 Nate Cloud............................................................................... 2002 Alex Coles................................................................................ 2004 Billy Cole.................................................................................. 2004 Mike Brey (Coach).................................................................... 2007 Mike Pegues............................................................................. 2007 Greg Smith............................................................................... 2010 Mark Murray............................................................................ 2011 Jim Smith................................................................................. 2011 Skip Crawford........................................................................... 2012

United Press International Little All-America (D-I Players under 6-0)

Taurence Chisholm (G).........................................................1987-88

All-East (ECAC) Frank Wickes (F).........................................................1957-58 (1st) Nate Cloud (F)......................................1961-62 (1st), 1962-63 (1st) Steve Jackson (G)........................................................1968-69 (1st) Ken Helfand (G)..........................................................1969-70 (1st) Spencer Dunkley (C)...................................................1992-93 (2nd) Mike Pegues (F).........................................................1998-99 (2nd)

NABC All-District Spencer Dunkley (C)....................................................1992-93 (1st) Mike Pegues (F).............................. 1998-99 (1st) 1999-2000 (2nd) Marc Egerson (G).........................................................2008-09 (1st) Jamelle Hagins (F)......................................................2011-12 (2nd) Devon Saddler (G).............................. 2011-12 (2nd), 2012-13 (1st)

All-Conference Selections

First Team Dallas Green (F)................................................................ *1954-55 Jim Smith (G)................................................... *1955-56, *1956-57 Nate Cloud (F)................................................................... *1962-63 Dave Sysko (F).................................................................. *1963-64 Charlie Parnell (G)............................................................. *1966-67 Ken Helfand (G)................................................................ *1969-70 Loren Pratt (G).................................................................. *1969-70

BLUE HEN HONORS Lee Swayze (F)................................................. *1970-71; *1971-72 Wolfgang Fengler (C)......................................................... *1973-74 Bill Sullivan (G).................................................................#1974-75 Oscar Jones (F)..................................................................#1985-86 Mark Murray (G)..............................................#1990-91; $1991-92 Alex Coles (F)....................................................................$1991-92 Spencer Dunkley (C)..........................................................$1992-93 Greg Smith (F)................................................. $1995-96; ^1996-97 Mike Pegues (F)........................ ^1997-98; ^1998-99; ^1999-2000 John Gordon (G)................................................................^1998-99 Harding Nana (F)............................................+2004-05; +2005-06 Marc Egerson (G)...............................................................+2008-09 Devon Saddler (G).............................................................+2012-13

Alexander Coles (F)...........................................................#1988-89 Mark Murray (G)...............................................................#1988-89 Anthony Wright (F)............................................................#1989-90 Brian Pearl (G)..................................................................$1991-92 Greg Smith (F)...................................................................$1993-94 Mike Slattery (G)...............................................................+2001-02 Zaire Taylor (G).................................................................+2005-06 Brian Johnson (G).............................................................+2006-07 Alphonso Dawson (G)........................................................+2007-08 Devon Saddler (G).............................................................+2010-11 Jarvis Threatt (G)..............................................................+2011-12

Conference All-Defensive Team Jamelle Hagins.............................. +2010-11; +2011-12, +2012-13

Second Team Mark Wagaman (F)........................................................... *1966-67 Bob Nack (G).................................................................... *1973-74 Bob Cook (F).....................................................................#1975-76 Brian Downie (C)...............................................................#1977-78 Ken Luck (F).....................................................#1980-81; #1981-82 Tim Carr (C)......................................................................#1982-83 Oscar Jones (F)..................................................................#1984-85 Taurence Chisholm (G).......................................................#1987-88 Tony Tucker (G).................................................................#1987-88 Elsworth Bowers (F)...........................................................#1988-89 Alex Coles (F)...................................................#1989-90; #1990-91 Anthony Wright (F)............................................................$1992-93 Brian Pearl (G).................................................$1992-93; $1993-94 Patrick Evans (C)...............................................................$1995-96 Keith Davis (G)..................................................................^1996-97 Ajmal Basit (F)..................................................................^2000-01 Mike Ames (G)..................................................................+2003-04 Herb Courtney (F)..............................................................+2006-07 Jawan Carter (G)...............................................................+2009-10 Jamelle Hagins (F)...........................................+2011-12, +2012-13 Devon Saddler (G).............................................................+2011-12 Third Team Keith Davis (G)..............................................................^1997-1998 John Gordon (G)............................................................^1999-2000 Kestutis Marciulionis (G)................................................^1999-2000 Billy Wells (G)...................................................................^2000-01 Mike Slattery (G).............................................+2003-04; +2004-05 Herb Courtney (F)..............................................................+2007-08 Marc Egerson (G)...............................................................+2007-08 Jawan Carter (G)...............................................................+2010-11 Jarvis Threatt (G)..............................................................+2012-13 Honorable Mention Wolfgang Fengler (C)......................................................... *1971-72 Ken Helfand (G)................................................................ *1971-72 Bob Nack (G).................................................................... *1971-72 Gerry Gallagher (F)...........................................................#1974-75

Conference Player of the Year Mike Pegues (F)................................................................^1998-99

Conference Rookie of the Year Anthony Wright (F) ........................................................... *1989-90 Brian Pearl (G)..................................................................$1991-92 Devon Saddler (G).............................................................+2010-11

Conference All-Rookie Team Taurence Chisholm (G).......................................................#1984-85 Erek Perry (G)...................................................................#1987-88

Conference Defensive Player of the Year Jamelle Hagins..................................................................+2012-13

Conference All-Academic Team Mike Slattery...................................................+2002-03; +2003-04 Mike Ames........................................................................+2003-04 Kyle Anderson...................................................................+2012-13

Frances Naismith Finalist

(NABC Award, Senior under 6-0) Jon Chamberlain (G)............................................................1983-84 Taurence Chisholm (G).........................................................1987-88

NABC District III Coach of the Year Steve Steinwedel.................................................................1991-92

Conference Coach of the Year Ron Rainey.....................................................................+ #1984-85 Steve Steinwedel...............................................................$1991-92 Mike Brey..................................................................... + ^1997-98 + Co-Coach of the Year

CAA Dean Ehlers Leadership Award Mike Ames........................................................................+2003-04 Calvin Smith......................................................................+2004-05

NBA / ABA Draft Picks (Rd./No.) Nate Cloud (New York)...............................................1964 (4th/na) Wolfgang Fengler (Memphis, ABA) ....................................1974 (na) Peter Mullenberg (Philadelphia)..............................1981 (10th/172) Ken Luck (Washington).............................................1982 (8th/223) Spencer Dunkley (Indiana)........................................1993 (2nd/51)

USBL / CBA Draft Picks Taurence Chisholm...................................................1988 (CBA/108) Alex Coles.................................................................1992 (CBA/54) Mark Murray...........................................................1992 (USBL/33) Peca Arsic................................................................1997 (USBL/60) Greg Smith..............................................................1997 (USBL/11) John Bennett...........................................................1999 (USBL/57) Ndongo Ndiaye.........................................................2000 (CBA/89) Mike Pegues..............................................................2000 (CBA/66) Ajmal Basit..............................................................2001 (USBL/20) CONFERENCE KEY * Middle Atlantic Conference # East Coast Conference $ North Atlantic Conference ^ America East Conference + Colonial Athletic Association

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Delaware Team Records Single Game Most Points, Game — 121 vs. Glassboro State, 2/19/1968 (SEE TOP SCORING PERFORMANCES) Most Points, Half — 66 vs. Glassboro State, 1/4/1978 65 vs. Vermont, 2/16/1991 64 vs. Northeastern, 3/4/2001 64 vs. Central Connecticut, 1/17/1991 62 vs. Maine, 2/24/1995 62 vs. Ursinus, 2/11/1963 Most Points, Both Teams — 224 vs. New Hampshire, 2/26/1995 (111-113, OT) 213 vs. Troy State, 12/21/1993 (107-106) 208 vs. Glassboro State, 2/19/1968 (121-87) 208 vs. Susquehanna, 2/25/1968 (113-95) Most Points Allowed, Game — 117 vs. Georgia, 12/30/1975 (117-75) (SEE TOP SCORING PERFORMANCES) Most Points Overcome to Win Game – 27 Delaware trailed 37-10 with 4:53 left in first half for 70-69 win at James Madison, 2/2/2005 Least Points Scored — 4 vs. Bucknell, 1/18/1907 Least Points Allowed — 3 vs. Philadelphia Dental, 2/4/1907 (40-3) 3 vs. Maryland, 1/10/1908 (52-3) 3 vs. Ursinus, 1919-20 (40-3) Least Points, Both Teams — 19 vs. Drexel, 1913-14 (Drexel 10-9) Most Players Scoring 20+ points — 4, Steve Jackson (26), Charley Parnell (24), Mark Wagaman (23), Ken Barnett (22) vs. Susquehanna (113-95), 2/26/68

last time with 3 — Jawan Carter, 30, Alphonso Dawson, 25, Marc Egerson, 23 vs. Marist, 11/23/2008

Most Players Scoring Double Figures — 7 vs. Central Connecticut, 1/17/1991 7 vs. West Chester, 2/4/1976

Single-game with six players in double figures — vs. Bucknell, 2/24/1970 vs. American, 1/18/1984 vs. Washington College, 11/23/1991 vs. Widener, 12/8/1993 vs. Florida, 12/1/1996

Largest Victory Margin — 74 (80-6) vs. Lebanon Valley, 2/19/1910 55 (107-52) vs. Glassboro State, 12/29/1987 55 (93-38) vs. Swarthmore, 1/9/1963 53 (95-42) vs. Gettysburg, 1/10/1976 49 (77-28) vs. Kings College (Del.), 2/3/1951 49 (52-3) vs. Maryland, 1/10/1908

Largest Victory Margin vs. Division I Team — 49 (52-3) vs. Maryland, 1/10/1908 47 (102-55) vs. New Hampshire, 1/27/2000 45 (97-52) vs. Howard, 12/21/1999 44 (110-66) vs. Northeastern, 3/4/2001 41 (104-63) vs. Towson, 1/5/1997 Largest Road Victory Margin — 45 (99-46) vs. PMC (Widener), 12/8/1962 39 (96-57) vs. New Hampshire, 1/4/2000 39 (79-40) vs. West Chester, 1/22/1944 38 (92-54) vs. Lehigh, 12/16/1965 38 (62-24) vs. PMC (Widener), 1/15/1907 Largest Losing Margin — 71 vs. Ohio State (109-38), 1/11/1960 53 vs. Swarthmore (66-13), 1905-06 50 vs. LaSalle (97-47), 1964-65 Field Goals Made — 54 vs. Glassboro State, 2/19/1968 Free Throws Attempted — 56 vs. UMBC, 1/6/1993 Free Throws — 41 vs. Old Dominion, 1/5/2013 Consecutive Free Throws — 25 vs. Lehigh, 2/22/1984 25 vs. Towson & Rider, 1/21-25/1989 (two-game span) Free Throw Percentage — 1.000 vs. Rider, 1/25/1989 (22 for 22) Three-Point Field Goals Made — 18 vs. New Hampshire, 12/7/2000 16 vs. Hartford, 2/24/2001 16 vs. William & Mary, 2/1/2003 15 vs. Howard, 12/21/1999 14 vs. William & Mary, 2/5/2005 13 vs. James Madison, 2/6/2006 13 vs. Loyola (MD), 12/31/2005 13 vs. George Mason, 12/22/2001 13 vs. Northeastern, 3/4/2001 13 vs. Vermont, 2/22/2001 Most Opponent Three-Point Field Goals, Game — 16, Villanova, 12/30/1994 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted — 37 vs. New Hampshire, 12/7/2000 37 vs. Drexel, 12/3/2000 35 vs. Lafayette, 12/29/2009 35 vs. William & Mary, 2/1/2003 33 vs. Northeastern, 1/16/2000 32 at Villanova, 11/18/2011 32 vs. Loyola (MD), 12/31/2005 Most Opponent Three-Point Field Goals Attempted, Game — 40, Vermont, 1/27/1995 Three-Point Field Goal Pct. — 1.000 vs. Navy, 1/28/1991 (6 for 6) Rebounds — 74 vs. Swarthmore, 1/8/1962

Assists — 34 vs. Washington College, 11/27/1995 33 vs. Glassboro State, 1/4/1978 Steals — 21 vs. Siena, 12/23/2003 20 vs. Maine, 1/17/1993 20 vs. Widener, 12/22/1996 19 vs. Delaware State, 11/22/1996 18 vs. Mississippi State, 12/29/1989 18 vs. West Chester, 1/16/1984 18 vs. Glassboro State, 1/7/1984 18 vs. Drexel, 12/7/1978 Blocked Shots — 12 vs. Siena, 12/23/2003 12 vs. New Hampshire, 1/27/2000 12 vs. Towson, 1/22/2000 12 vs. Colgate, 12/2/1999 12 vs. Hartford, 2/15/1999 12 vs. Lehigh, 2/16/1980

Turnovers — 33 vs. Cincinnati, 3/20/1992 (NCAA Tournament) 30 vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/8/1984* 30 vs. St. Francis (N.Y.), 11/29/1980* (*most in a regular season game)

Top Team Performances Top Delaware Scoring Performances — Opponent at Glassboro State Central Connecticut West Chester at Susquehanna at New Hampshire Northeastern Troy State Glassboro State UMBC Ursinus Washington (Md.) at Bentley Lehigh Towson State First 100-Point Game — Opponent Widener Back-to-Back 100-Point Games — Opponent Glassboro State/Gettysburg Glassboro State/Monmouth Washington (Md.)/Stetson

Score (Date) W 121-87 (2/19/1968) W 113-84 (1/17/1991) W 113-80 (2/4/1976) W 113-95 (2/26/1968) L 111-113, OT (2/26/1995) W 110-66 (3/4/2001) W 107-106 (12/21/1993) W 107-52 (12/29/1987) W 106-98, OT (1/6/1993) W 105-56 (2/11/1963) W 105-63 (11/23/1992) W 104-87 (12/28/1977) W 104-70 (1/20/1990) W 104-63 (1/5/1997) Score (Date) W 103-74 (1/14/1956) Date 1/4, 1/7/1978 12/29 /87, 1/2/1988 11/23, 11/27/1991

Both Teams with 100 Pts. or More, Game — Opponent Score (Date) UMBC W 103-101, OT (1/7/1992) Troy State W 107-106 (12/21/93) at New Hampshire L 111-113 (2/26/95) Top Opponent Scoring Performances — Opponent Score (Date) at Georgia L 75-117 (12/30/1975) at Haverford L 85-115 (2/18/1956) Hofstra L 68-115 (12/27/1954) at New Hampshire L 111-113, OT (2/26/1995) at Lafayette L 86-112 (2/29/1964) at Widener L 87-111 (1/19/1952) at Rutgers L 87-110 (2/9/1976) Rutgers L 93-110 (1/21/1975)

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Delaware Team Records Single Season Games Played — 33, 2012-13 (19-14) 32, 2011-12 (18-14) 32, 2008-09 (13-19) 32, 1999-2000 (24-8) 31, 2010-11 (14-17) 31, 2009-2010 (7-24) 31, 2007-08 (14-17) 31, 2006-07 (5-26) 31, 2004-05 (11-20) 31, 1998-99 (26-5) 31, 1991-92 (27-4) 31, 1996-97 (15-16) Win-Loss Percentage — .871- 27-4, 1991-92 .867 - 13-2, 1919-20 Wins —

27, 1991-92 (27-4) 26, 1998-99 (26-5) 24, 1999-2000 (24-8) 22, 1992-93 (22-8)

Wins, Conference — 15, 1998-99 (15-3) 14, 2000-01 (14-4) 14, 1991-92 (14-0) Winning Streak — 20, 1991-92 13, 1998-99 10, 1968-70 (2 seasons) 9, 2011-12 9, 1918-20 (2 seasons) 9, 1951-52 9, 1992-93 Winning Streak, Conference Games — 23, 1990-93 Winning Streak, Home Games — 20, 1991-93 (DFH and BCC) 18, 1988-90 (DFH) 17, 1999-2000 (BCC) 17, 1951-53 (CSB) 15, 1997-99 (BCC)

BLUE HEN RECORDS Losses —

26, 2006-07 (5-26)

Losses, Conference Games — 15, 2006-07 (3-15) 15, 2009-10 (3-15) Losing Streak — 14, 1964-65 Losing Streak, Conference Games — 10, 1978-79; 1980-81 Losing Streak, Home Games — 7, 1964-65 (Carpenter Sports Building) 7, 2/23/2006 - 1/8/2007 (BCC) Least Losses — 2, 1918-19, 1919-20 Scoring Average — 85.3, 1967-68

Most Points — 2,520, 1991-92 (81.3 ppg) Least Points — 162, 1905-06 (20.3 ppg) Most Points Yielded — 2,275, 2012-13 (68.9 ppg) Rebounds — 1,305, 1991-92 (42.1 rpg) Rebound Average — 54.1, 1967-68 (1,245) Rebound Margin — +8.3, 1991-92 (led NCAA) Field Goals — 914, 1992-93 Field Goal Attempts — 1,890, 1992-93 Field Goal Pct. — .484, 1971-72; 1991-92 Field Goal Pct. Defense — .360, 1961-62

Home Wins — 14, 1999-2000 14, 1991-92 14, 1987-88

Free Throw Pct. — .758, 1976-77

Least Wins — 1, 1912-13, 1924-25

Assists —

511, 1980-81

Steals —

276, 1991-92

Blocked Shots — 176, 1999-2000 Turnovers — 558, 1991-92 Dunks —

102, 1991-92

Personal Fouls — 649, 2009-10 Most 100-Point Games, Season — 4, 1977-78

Lowest Scoring Avg. — 58.4, 1982-83

Winning Streak, Road Games — 8, 1991-92 6, 1952-53 5, 1991-92 5, 1985-86 5, 1977-78 5, 1968-69 (2 seasons) 5, 1992-93

Road Wins — 13, 1991-92

Three-Point Field Goal Pct. — .396, 1987-88

Free Throws — 580, 2012-13 Free Throws Attempts — 836, 1992-93

Miscellaneous Best Starts to the Season — 8-0, 1998-99 6-0, 1971-72 5-0, 1969-70 5-0, 1967-69 5-0, 1962-63 5-0, 1919-20 10-Game Starts — 9-1, 1999-2000 9-1, 1971-72 9-1, 1961-62 9-1, 1919-20 8-2, 1998-99 8-2, 1987-88 8-2, 1986-87 8-2, 1967-68 8-2, 1918-19 15-Game Starts — 13-2, 1919-20 13-2, 1987-88 12-3, 1999-2000 12-3, 1998-99 12-3, 1991-92 12-3, 1967-68 12-3, 1961-62 12-3, 1931-32 20-Game Starts — 17-3, 1991-92 16-4, 1971-72 16-4, 1961-62 16-4, 1952-53

Three-Point Field Goals — 251, 2000-01 243, 1999-2000 214, 2001-02 Three-Point Field Goal Attempts — 696, 2008-09 671, 2001-02 669, 1999-2000

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Individual Records

* Denotes an all-time leaders list of the category follows POINTS Career*.......................................................2,030, Mike Pegues, 1996-2000 Season*.............................................................675, Mike Pegues, 1998-99 Game*............................. 52, Liston Houston vs. Lebanon Valley, 2/19/1910 ..................................................... 45, Dave Sysko vs. Lafayette, 2/29/1964 Consecutive Games w/10 or more Points.......48, Greg Smith, 1995-97 ..................................................................................41, Ken Luck, 1980-82 .............................................................................40, Mike Pegues, 1997-99 ..........................................................................38, Devon Saddler, 2012-13 .........................................................................25, Mike Pegues, 1999-2000 Consecutive Games w/20 or more Points............7, Ken Luck, 1980-81 ..............................................................................7, Kenn Barnett, 1966-67 .................................................................................6, Greg Smith, 1996-97 ............................................................................5, Devon Saddler, 2011-12 .............................................................................. 5, Jawan Carter, 2009-10 .............................................................................5, Harding Nana, 2005-06 .............................................................................5, Harding Nana, 2004-05 ...........................................................................5, Mike Pegues, 1999-2000 ...............................................................................5, Mike Pegues, 1998-99 Career 20-Pt. Games....................................43, Mike Pegues, 1996-2000 Career 30-Pt. Games....................................12, Mike Pegues, 1996-2000 ....................................................................................8, Ken Luck, 1978-82 SCORING AVERAGE Career*...............................................19.6, Kenn Barnett, 1966-68 (35 GP) ................................................. 19.4, Ray Crawford, 1951-53, 1957 (62 GP) Season*............................................................. 23.9, Dave Sysko, 1963-64 FIELD GOALS MADE Career*..............................................................751, Mike Pegues, 1996-00 Season*.........................................................248, Mike Pegues, 1999-2000 Game*......................... 25, Liston A. Houston vs. Lebanon Valley, 2/19/1910 Consecutive Made, Game................. 10, Alex Coles vs. UMBC, 1/23/1991 ........................................................ 10, Oscar Jones vs. Loyola, 12/8/1984 Consecutive Made, Season...................13, Greg Smith, 12/3-12/8/1994 ..............................................................12, Patrick Evans, 1/13-1/15/1995 ..............................................................11, Oscar Jones, 12/8-12/12/1984 .............................................................. 10, Henry Olawoye, 1/14-1/28/06 ........................................................................... 10, Alex Coles, 1/23/1991 .....................................................................9, Alphonso Dawson, 11/21/08 .....................................................9, Denard Montgomery, 1/11-1/24/1992 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Career*...........................................................1,512, Mike Pegues, 1996-00 Season*..........................................................505, Devon Saddler, 2012-13 Game*...................................... 35, Nate Cloud vs. Muhlenberg, 2/18/1961 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Career*............................................. .609, Greg Smith, 1993-97 (241-396) Season*........................................... .654, John Bennett, 1998-99 (89-136) Game......................1.000, Oscar Jones (10-10) vs. Loyola (MD), 12/8/1982 ...........................................1,000, Alex Coles (10-10) vs. UMBC, 1/23/1991 FREE THROWS MADE Career*..........................................................507, Mike Pegues, 1996-2000 Season*.......................................................194, Spencer Dunkley, 1992-93 Game*.............................................19, Jawan Carter vs. Penn, 11/21/2009 ..............................................19, Jarvis Threatt vs. Old Dominion, 1/5/2013 Consecutive Made ............................. 46, Greg Miller, 2/28/99-3/5/2000 .....................................................................................(America East record) ...................................................... 37, Jawan Carter, 2/15/2011-3/4/2011 ................................................... 34, Mark Mancini, 2/19/1977-2/22/1978 ...........................................................33, Brian Pearl, 2/6/1993-3/8/1993 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Career*..........................................................667, Mike Pegues, 1996-2000 Season*.......................................................256, Spencer Dunkley, 1992-93 Game*........................... 26, Jawan Carter (19 made) vs. Penn, 11/21/2009 ................................................. 21, Andrew Washington vs. Drexel, 2/26/05

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Career (min. 100 att.)*.............. .893, Dennis Purcell, 1974-77 (125-140) Season (min. 40 att.)*................... .958, Greg Miller, 1999-2000 (46-48) Game (min. 10 att.) ...................................1.000, Jack Baly vs. Muhlenberg, 2/18/1961 (14-14) ....................................... 1.000, Greg Smith vs. Vermont, 2/8/1997 (13-13) ...........................1.000, Kestutis Marciulionis vs. Drexel, 1/27/1999 (13-13) ....................................... 1.000, Dave Sysko vs. Lehigh, 2/25/1964 (13-13) ................................ 1.000, Jawan Carter at Lafayette, 11/27/2010 (12-12) ............................ 1.000, Dave Sysko vs. Georgetown, 12/16/1963 (12-12) ........................................ 1.000, Dave Sysko vs. Rutgers, 2/1/1964 (12-12) THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE (since 1986-87) Career*............................................................ 228, Mike Ames, 2000-2004 Season*.............................................................. 86, John Gordon, 1998-99 Game*.......................................... 8, Jawan Carter vs. Howard, 11/19/2010 ...........................................................8, Billy Wells vs. Hartford, 2/24/2001 Half....................................................... 6, Mike Ames vs. Drexel, 2/9/2002 ..............................................5, Jarvis Threatt vs. Georgia State, 1/21/2012 ..................................................... 5, Jawan Carter vs. Howard, 11/19/2010 .................................................5, Harding Nana vs. James Madison, 2/6/06 ................................................5, Mike Ames vs. James Madison, 1/12/2004 ...........................................................5, Billy Wells vs. Hartford, 2/24/2001 ................................................5, Billy Wells vs. New Hampshire, 1/25/2001 ....................................................5, Mike Pegues vs. American, 11/27/1999 ..........................................................5, Tyrone Perry vs. Duke, 12/19/1995 Consecutive Made.................................... 9, Mike Ames, 1/12-1/15/2004 .................................................................... 8, Billy Wells, 1/20-1/25/2001 ........................................................................7, Tyrone Perry, 12/19/1995 .................................................. 6, Jarvis Threatt vs. Georgia State, 1/21/12 .............................................................................. 6, Mike Ames, 2/2/2002 ........................................................................5, Mike Pegues, 11/27/1999 .......................................................................5, Donald Dutton, 2/18/1987 .......................................................5, Kevin Blackhurst, 11/25-11/30/1989 Consecutive Made, Game...............7, Tyrone Perry vs. Duke, 12/19/1995 .................................................. 6, Jarvis Threatt vs. Georgia State, 1/21/12 ....................................................6, Mike Ames vs. Old Dominion, 2/2/2002 ......................................................... 5, Marc Egerson vs. Toledo, 2/23/2008 ................................................5, Mike Ames vs. James Madison, 1/12/2004 ................................................5, Billy Wells vs. New Hampshire, 1/25/2001 ....................................................5, Mike Pegues vs. American, 11/27/1999 ...................................................5, Donald Dutton vs. Lafayette, 2/18/1987 Consecutive Games w/3-Pt. FG...................... 36, Peca Arsic, 1994-96** .....................................................................24, Rulon Washington, 2004-05 ..................................................................22, Alphonso Dawson, 2008-09** ............................................................................... 21, Mike Ames, 2002-03 ........................................................................ 20, John Gordon, 1999-2000 ............................................................................ 18, Jawan Carter, 2008-09 ............................................................................18, Mike Ames, 2001-03** ........................................................................18, Robbie Johnson, 1993-94 ** Over two-season span

John Gordon holds the Delaware records with a .462 threepoint field goal percentage during the 1998-99 season and a .430 career three-point percentage.

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Career*............................................................. 635, Jawan Carter, 2008-11 Season*............................................................ 227, Jawan Carter, 2009-10 Game*........................................ 14, Jawan Carter vs. Howard, 11/19/2010 ..............................................13, Rulon Washington vs. American, 1/2/2005 ............................................... 13, Mike Ames vs. William & Mary, 2/1/2003 ............................................................ 13, Mike Ames vs. Drexel, 2/9/2002 THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Career*....................................... .430 John Gordon, 1998-2000 (134-312) Season*........................................... .462, John Gordon, 1998-99 (86-186) Game...............................1.000, Don Dutton vs. Lafayette, 2/18/1987 (5-5) REBOUNDS Career*........................................................916, Spencer Dunkley, 1989-92 Career By A Guard..........................................613, Mark Murray, 1988-92 Season*...................................................... 367, Spencer Dunkley, 1992-93 Game*.......................................31, Jack Waddington vs. Rutgers, 1/4/1956 Consecutive Games in Double Figures.......19, Spencer Dunkley, 1992-93 ....................................................................................11, Ed Roth, 1968-69

Greg Miller, who played in a school-record 120 consecutive games, made 46 straight free throws over two seasons.

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Spencer Dunkley recorded a double-double in 15 consecutive games during the 1992-93 season.

BLOCK AVERAGE Career.............................................................2.4, Jamelle Hagins, 2009-13 Season..........................................................3.2, Spencer Dunkley, 1992-93 GAMES PLAYED Career*..........................................................124, Jamelle Hagins, 2009-13 Season*............................................................33, Devon Saddler, 2012-13 .........................................................................33, Jamelle Hagins, 2012-13 ..........................................................................33, Kyle Anderson, 2012-13 Consecutive Played........................................ 120, Greg Miller, 1997-2001 ...........................................................................119, Tyrone Perry, 1995-99 .............................................................................. 117, Alex Coles, 1988-92 .............................................................................115, Brian Pearl, 1991-95 ..................................................................108, Taurence Chisholm, 1984-88 ...................................................... 106, Tim Tompkins, 1979-80, 1981-84** ** did not play 1980-81 season Consecutive Starts.......................................108, Jamelle Hagins, 2010-13 ...................................................................96, Devon Saddler, 2010-Present .......................................................................... 94, Brian Johnson, 2006-09 ............................................................................ 94, Jawan Carter, 2008-11 Games Started, Season..................................33, Devon Saddler, 2012-13 .........................................................................33, Jamelle Hagins, 2012-13 MINUTES PLAYED (since 1978-79) Career*.............................................................4,033, Brian Pearl, 1991-95 Season*.......................................................1,245, Devon Saddler, 2012-13 Game......................................50, Devon Saddler vs. Georgia State, 1/21/12 .................................................... 50, Brian Pearl vs. Northeastern, 2/18/94 ................................................. 50, Mark Haughton vs. Lafayette, 3/3/1990 .....................................................50, Mark Murray vs. Lafayette, 3/3/1990

Alex Coles holds the Delaware record with 146 career dunks.

DUNKS Career .................................................................. 146, Alex Coles, 1988-92 Season*................................................................. 47, Alex Coles, 1990-91 ..................................................................................45, Ken Luck, 1981-92 Game........................................................ 8, Ken Luck vs. Rider, 2/18/1982

TURNOVERS Career*................................................................417, Brian Pearl, 1991-95 Season*............................................................ 119, Mike Pegues, 1998-99 Game............................................. 10, Devon Saddler vs. Butler, 3/14/2012 ............................................... 10, Oscar Jones vs. W. Michigan, 11/29/1985 ..................................................10, Marc Egerson vs. Vermont, 12/19/2007 PERSONAL FOULS Career............................................................396, Jamelle Hagins, 2009-13 Season*.............................................................. 113, Ajmal Basit, 2000-01 DISQUALIFICATIONS Career....................................................................22, Loren Pratt, 1967-71 Season*................................................................ 11, Loren Pratt, 1968-69 ......................................................................11, Richard Goldberg, 1950-51

Miscellaneous DOUBLE-DOUBLES Season...................................................................22, Greg Smith, 1996-97 .......................................................................21, Spencer Dunkley, 1992-93 ...........................................................................19, Harding Nana, 2004-05 ..................................................................... 19, Wolfgang Fengler, 1973-74 ...............................................................................18, Ajmal Basit, 2000-01 Consececutive...............................................15, Spencer Dunkley, 1992-93 Consecutive to Start Season.................................5, Ajmal Basit, 2000-01 ................................................................................. 5, Nate Cloud, 1963-64 Career............................................................40, Spencer Dunkley, 1989-93 30-Point/30-Rebound Game .......................................... Jack Waddington vs. Rutgers, 1/4/1956 (33/31) 20-Point/20-Rebound Games .............................................Harris Mosher vs. Ursinus, 1/13/1958 (21/23) ...........................................Nate Cloud vs. Muhlenberg, 2/18/1961 (27/23) ...................................................Nate Cloud vs. Lehigh, 2/13/1963 (36/25) ..............................Pete Cloud vs. Franklin & Marshall, 12/11/1963 (24/22) .................................................. Pete Cloud vs. Ursinus, 2/27/1964 (24/23) ................................................ Bill Wagaman vs. Drexel, 1/3/1967 (21/25) .........................................Kenn Barnett vs. Gettysburg, 2/24/1968 (30/21) ..........................................Loren Pratt vs. Gettysburg, 12/18/1970 (28/20) .............................................Spencer Dunkley vs. UMBC, 1/6/1993 (20/25) ................................................Greg Smith vs. Vermont, 1/12/1997 (22/21) Triple-Double..........................................Keith Davis vs. Washington College, ......................................................... 12/20/1996 (17 pts., 11 reb., 10 ast.) ..........................................................................Ryan Iversen vs. Long Island ........................................................... 12/1/2002 (12 pts., 17 reb., 11 ast.)

Individual Rookie Records

*defined as a player with no prior collegiate experience POINTS, ROOKIE Season............................................................411, Devon Saddler, 2010-11 ................................................................... 341, Alphonso Dawson, 2007-08 Game...............................................31, Jarvis Threatt vs. Butler, 3/14/2012 ............................................30, Jarvis Threatt vs. Georgia State, 1/21/2012 ......................................................29, Jarvis Threatt vs. Towson, 2/22/2012 ....................................................... 27, Devon Saddler vs. Rider, 2/19/2011 ..................................................................27, Ken Luck vs. Rider, 3/2/1979 SCORING AVERAGE, ROOKIE Season...........................................................13.3, Devon Saddler, 2010-11 FIELD GOALS, ROOKIE Season............................................................149, Devon Saddler, 2010-11 FIELD GOAL PCT., ROOKIE Season.................................................................. .585, Ken Luck, 1978-79 FREE THROWS, ROOKIE Season............................................................. 130, Jarvis Threatt, 2011-12 Game.............................................16, Jarvis Threatt vs. Towson, 2/22/2012

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University of Delaware Career Scoring Leaders 1.

Mike Pegues (1996-2000) - F............................................................... 2,030

2.

Greg Smith (1993-97) - F..................................................................... 1,713

3.

Devon Saddler (2010-Present) - G..............................................1,670

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS, ROOKIE Season..............................................................68, Kyle Anderson, 2011-12 Game.................................................7, Tyrone Perry vs. Duke, 12/19/1995

4.

Ken Luck (1978-1982) - F.................................................................... 1,613

5.

Mark Murray (1988-1992) - G/F.......................................................... 1,559

6.

Jawan Carter (2008-11) - G................................................................. 1,542

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS, ROOKIE Season............................................................200, Kyle Anderson, 2011-12

7.

Brian Pearl (1991-95) - G.................................................................... 1,532

8.

Alex Coles (1988-92) - F...................................................................... 1,471

9.

Oscar Jones (1982-1986) - F................................................................ 1,387

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT., ROOKIE Season ..................................................... .452, Kevin Blackhurst, 1989-90

10.

Harding Nana (2003-06) - F................................................................. 1,345

11.

Alphonso Dawson (2007-11) - G........................................................... 1,307

Mike Ames (2000-04) - G..................................................................... 1,307

REBOUNDS, ROOKIE Season.............................................................. 198, Barry Berger, 1984-85 Game..................................................16, Greg Smith vs. Maine, 2/25/1994 REBOUNDING AVERAGE, ROOKIE Season............................................................... 7.1, Barry Berger, 1984-85 ASSISTS, ROOKIE Season......................................................224, Taurence Chisholm, 1984-85 Game......................13, Taurence Chisholm vs. Washington (MD), 1/28/1985 ...............................................13, Taurence Chisholm vs. Hofstra,1/19/1985 STEALS, ROOKIE Season........................................................77, Taurence Chisholm, 1984-85 Game..................................... 8, Taurence Chisholm vs. Bucknell, 1/16/1985 BLOCKED SHOTS, ROOKIE Season.............................................................30, Jamelle Hagins, 2009-10 Game............................................. 5, John Bennett vs. Hartford, 1/26/1996 GAMES PLAYED, ROOKIE Season.................................................................32, Khalid Lewis, 2011-12 .............................................................................. 32, Adam Pegg, 2008-09 MINUTES PLAYED, ROOKIE Season......................................................... 1,192, Brian Johnson, 2006-07

Individual Freshman Records

13.

Herb Courtney (2003-08) - F................................................................ 1,291

14.

Dave Sysko (1961-1964) - F................................................................ 1,269

15.

Kestutis Marciulionis (1996-2000) - G................................................... 1,258

16.

Peca Arsic (1994-97) - F....................................................................... 1,237

17.

Anthony Wright (1989-93) - F.............................................................. 1,232

18.

Ray Crawford (1951-53, 1955-57) - G................................................. 1,205

19.

Jamelle Hagins (2009-13) - F............................................................... 1,184

20.

Nate Cloud (1960-1963) - C................................................................. 1,167

21.

Tim Tompkins (1979-84) - G................................................................. 1,161

22.

Taurence Chisholm (1984-88) - G......................................................... 1,159

23.

Spencer Dunkley (1989-93) - C............................................................ 1,154

24.

Mark Mancini (1975-1979) - G............................................................. 1,107

25.

Frank Wickes (1956-59) - F.................................................................. 1,089

26.

Pete Mullenberg (1977-81) - C............................................................. 1,085

27.

Jim Smith (1954-57) - G..................................................................... 1,053

28.

Brian Johnson (2006-11) - G................................................................ 1,017

29.

Tom Carluccio (1975-79) - F................................................................ 1,016

30.

Mike Slattery (2001-05) - G................................................................. 1,003

31.

Barry Berger (1984-88) - F..................................................................... 986

32.

Wolfgang Fengler (1971-74) - C.............................................................. 972

33.

Loren Pratt (1967-71) - F........................................................................ 965

34.

Bob Nack (1971-74) - G.......................................................................... 944

Ken Helfand (1969-72) - F...................................................................... 944

36.

Tyrone Perry (1995-99) - G..................................................................... 936

37.

Tony Tucker (1986-88) - G...................................................................... 885

38.

Pete Cloud (1961-64) - F......................................................................... 881

Jack Waddington (1953-56) - C............................................................... 881

40.

Jim Couch (1967-70) - F......................................................................... 876

41.

Mark Haughton (1987-91) - G................................................................ 866

42.

Lee Swayze (1970-72) - F....................................................................... 866

43.

Denard Montgomery (1988-92) - C......................................................... 849

44.

Ryan Iversen (2000-03) - G.................................................................... 835

FIELD GOAL PCT., FRESHMAN Season.................................................................. .585, Ken Luck, 1978-79

45.

Marc Egerson (2007-09) - G.................................................................... 814

46.

Frank White (1951-54) - F...................................................................... 802

FREE THROWS, FRESHMAN Season............................................................. 130, Jarvis Threatt, 2011-12 Game.............................................16, Jarvis Threatt vs. Towson, 2/22/2012

47.

Steve Schlachter (1973-76) - F................................................................ 783

48.

Elsworth Bowers (1986-89) - C................................................................ 782

49.

William Utt (1949-52) - G....................................................................... 780

50.

Jack Baly (1958-61) - G.......................................................................... 779

POINTS, FRESHMAN Season............................................................411, Devon Saddler, 2010-11 ................................................................... 341, Alphonso Dawson, 2007-08 Game...............................................31, Jarvis Threatt vs. Butler, 3/14/2012 ............................................30, Jarvis Threatt vs. Georgia State, 1/21/2012 ......................................................29, Jarvis Threatt vs. Towson, 2/22/2012  ...................................................... 27, Devon Saddler vs. Rider, 2/19/2011 ..................................................................27, Ken Luck vs. Rider, 3/2/1979 SCORING AVERAGE, FRESHMAN Season ..........................................................13.3, Devon Saddler, 2010-11 FIELD GOALS, FRESHMAN Season............................................................149, Devon Saddler, 2010-11

Mike Pegues

Greg Smith

Devon Saddler

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FREE THROW ATTEMPTS, FRESHMAN Season............................................................. 159, Jarvis Threatt, 2011-12 Game.............................................19, Jarvis Threatt vs. Towson, 2/22/2012 FREE THROW PCT., FRESHMAN Season........................................................... .905, Tim Tompkins, 1979-80 Game.............................. 1.000, Brian Pearl vs. Vermont (10-10), 2/1/1992 ............................... 1.000, Brian Pearl vs. Delaware St. (10-10), 12/5/1991

University of Delaware Career Rebounding Leaders 1.

Jamelle Hagins (2009-13) - F............................................................... 1,078

2.

Spencer Dunkley (1989-93) - C............................................................... 916

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS, FRESHMAN Season..............................................................68, Kyle Anderson, 2011-12 Game.................................................7, Tyrone Perry vs. Duke, 12/19/1995

3.

Nate Cloud (1960-63) - C........................................................................ 882

4.

Greg Smith (1993-97) - F........................................................................ 878

5.

Wolfgang Fengler (1971-74) - C.............................................................. 826

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS, FRESHMAN Season............................................................200, Kyle Ånderson, 2011-12

6.

Mike Pegues (1996-2000) - F.................................................................. 785

7.

Harding Nana (2003-06) - F.................................................................... 784

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT., FRESHMAN Season...................................................... .452, Kevin Blackhurst, 1989-90

8.

Frank Wickes (1956-59) - F..................................................................... 755

9.

Alex Coles (1988-92) - F........................................................................ 711

10.

Jack Waddington (1953-56) - C............................................................... 699

11.

Herb Courtney (2003-08) - F................................................................... 649

12.

Dave Sysko (1961-64) - F....................................................................... 630

13.

Anthony Wright (1989-92) - F................................................................. 629

14.

Mark Murray (1988-92) - G/F................................................................. 613

15.

Frank White (1951-54) - F...................................................................... 612

16.

Pete Cloud (1961-64) - F......................................................................... 609

17.

Brian Downie (1975-78) - C.................................................................... 607

18.

Steve Jennings (1984-88) - C.................................................................. 592

19.

Peter Mullenberg (1977-81) - C............................................................... 591

20.

Barry Berger (1984-88) - F..................................................................... 580

21.

Denard Montgomery (1988-92) - C......................................................... 577

22.

Jim Kruzinski (1949-52) - C.................................................................... 561

23.

Chuck Hamilton (1958-60) - C................................................................. 553

24.

Alphonso Dawson (2007-11) - G.............................................................. 551

25.

Bill Wagamon (1958-62) - F.................................................................... 549

26.

Steve Schlachter (1973-76) - F................................................................ 540

27.

Patrick Evans (1991-96) - C..................................................................... 524

28.

Lee Swayze (1970-72) - F....................................................................... 515

29.

Ryan Iversen (2000-03) - G.................................................................... 501

30.

Ray Crawford (1951-57) - F.................................................................... 499

31.

Marc Egerson (2007-09) - G.................................................................... 496

32.

Loren Pratt (1967-71) - F........................................................................ 495

33.

John McMillan (1967-70) - C................................................................... 486

34.

Ed Roth (1967-70) - F............................................................................. 480

35.

Ken Luck (1978-82) - F........................................................................... 479

36.

Peca Arsic (1994-97) - F.......................................................................... 461

37.

John Weber (1982-86) - F....................................................................... 454

38.

Elsworth Bowers (1986-89) - C................................................................ 450

39.

Tim Carr (1979-83) - C............................................................................ 444

40.

Josh Brinkley (2009-13) - F.................................................................... 443

REBOUNDS, FRESHMAN Season.............................................................. 198, Barry Berger, 1984-85 Game..................................................16, Greg Smith vs. Maine, 2/25/1994 REBOUNDING AVERAGE, FRESHMAN Season............................................................... 7.1, Barry Berger, 1984-85 ASSISTS, FRESHMAN Season......................................................224, Taurence Chisholm, 1984-85 Game......................13, Taurence Chisholm vs. Washington (MD), 1/28/1985 ...............................................13, Taurence Chisholm vs. Hofstra,1/19/1985 ............................................... 11, Austen Rowland vs. Howard, 12/21/1999 STEALS, FRESHMAN Season........................................................77, Taurence Chisholm, 1984-85 Game..................................... 8, Taurence Chisholm vs. Bucknell, 1/16/1985 BLOCKED SHOTS, FRESHMAN Season.............................................................30, Jamelle Hagins, 2009-10 Game............................................. 5, John Bennett vs. Hartford, 1/26/1996 GAMES PLAYED, FRESHMAN Season.................................................................32, Khalid Lewis, 2011-12 .............................................................................. 32, Adam Pegg, 2008-09 MINUTES PLAYED, FRESHMAN Season......................................................... 1,192, Brian Johnson, 2006-07

Jamelle Hagins

Spencer Dunkley

Mark Murray

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Delaware Career Lists SCORING AVERAGE 1. Kenn Barnett (1966-68)............................................................19.6 2. Ray Crawford (1951-57)...........................................................19.4 3. Dave Sysko (1961-64)..............................................................19.2 4. Nate Cloud (1960-63)...............................................................18.8 5. Jim Smith (1954-57).................................................................17.8 6. Harding Nana (2003-06)...........................................................17.5 7. Devon Saddler (2010-Present)......................................... 17.4 7. Frank Wickes (1956-59)............................................................17.3 8. Lee Swayze (1970-72)..............................................................17.2 9. Oscar Jones (1982-86)............................................................16.51 FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Mike Pegues (1996-2000)..........................................................751 2. Ken Luck (1978-82)...................................................................674 3. Greg Smith (1993-97) ...............................................................634 4. Mark Murray (1998-92).............................................................585 5. Alex Coles (1988-92).................................................................576 6. Devon Saddler (2010-Present).......................................... 558 7. Tim Tompkins (1979-84)............................................................552 8. Brian Pearl (1991-95)................................................................502 9. Anthony Wright (1989-93).........................................................499 10. Oscar Jones (1982-86)...............................................................498 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. Mike Pegues (1996-2000).......................................................1,512 2. Alphonso Dawson (2007-11)....................................................1,334 3. Devon Saddler (2010-Present).......................................1,316 4. Ken Luck (1978-82)................................................................1,278 5. Mark Murray (1988-92)..........................................................1,217 6. Brian Pearl (1991-95).............................................................1,154 7. Oscar Jones (1982-86)............................................................1,147 8. Jim Smith (1954-57)...............................................................1,142 9. Jawan Carter (2008-11)..........................................................1,117 10. Dave Sysko (1961-64)............................................................1,104 Alex Coles (1988-92)..............................................................1,104 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Greg Smith (1993-97).............................................................. .609 2. Patrick Evans (1991-96)........................................................... .551 3. Elsworth Bowers (1986-89)..................................................... .5278 4. Ken Luck (1978-82) .............................................................. .5273 5. Josh Brinkley (2009-13)........................................................... .524 6. Alex Coles (1988-92)............................................................... .522 7. Ken Dill (1979-82) .................................................................. .511 8. Steve Jennings (1984-88)......................................................... .509 FREE THROWS MADE 1. Mike Pegues (1996-2000)..........................................................507 2. Jawan Carter (2008-11).............................................................452 3. Greg Smith (1993-97)................................................................439 4. Devon Saddler (2010-Present).......................................... 409 5. Brian Pearl (1991-95)................................................................398 6. Oscar Jones (1982-86)...............................................................391 7. Mark Murray (1988-92).............................................................336 8. Spencer Dunkley (1989-92)........................................................320 9. Jack Waddington (1953-56).......................................................317 10. Kestutis Marciulionis (1996-2000)..............................................315 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 1. Mike Pegues (1996-2000)..........................................................667 2. Greg Smith (1993-97)................................................................571 3. Jawan Carter (2008-11).............................................................558 4. Devon Saddler (2010-Present).......................................... 537 5. Oscar Jones (1982-86)...............................................................506 6. Brian Pearl (1991-95)................................................................505 7. Alex Coles (1988-92).................................................................485 8. Ray Crawford (1951-57)............................................................484 9. Spencer Dunkley (1989-93)........................................................477 10. Herb Courtney (2003-08)...........................................................459

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. Dennis Purcell (1974-77).......................................................... .893 2. Mark Mancini (1975-79).......................................................... .876 3. Ricky Deadwyler (1989-93)...................................................... .858 4. Mike Ames (2000-04).............................................................. .852 5. John Gordon (1998-2000)........................................................ .843 6. Ken Dill (1979-82)................................................................... .833 7. Jim Skedzielewski (1971-74) ................................................... .827 8. Greg Miller (1997-2001).......................................................... .817 9. Tony Tucker (1986-88) ............................................................ .814 10. Jawan Carter (2008-11) .......................................................... .810 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Mike Ames (2000-04)................................................................228 2. Jawan Carter (2008-11).............................................................220 3. Kestutis Marciulionis (1996-2000)..............................................211 4. Peca Arsic (1994-97)..................................................................202 5. Tyrone Perry (1995-99)..............................................................170 6. Alphonso Dawson (2007-11).......................................................156 7. Rulon Washington (2002-06)......................................................147 8. Devon Saddler (2010-Present).......................................... 145 9. Brian Johnson (2006-11)............................................................135 Greg Miller (1997-2001)............................................................135 THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. Jawan Carter (2008-11).............................................................635 2. Kestutis Marciulionis (1996-2000)..............................................611 3. Mike Ames (2000-04)................................................................574 4. Alphonso Dawson (2007-11).......................................................542 5. Peca Arsic (1994-97)..................................................................502 6. Tyrone Perry (1995-99)..............................................................474 7. Devon Saddler (2010-Present).......................................... 441 8. Rulon Washington (2002-06)......................................................426 9. Kyle Anderson (2011-Present).......................................... 384 10. Greg Miller (1997-2001)............................................................378

Nate Cloud is the only player in school history to average at least 13 rebounds per game in three seasons.

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. John Gordon (1998-2000)........................................................ .430 2. Tony Tucker (1986-88)............................................................. .413 3. Billy Wells (1999-2001)........................................................... .412 4. Peca Arsic (1994-97)................................................................ .402 5. Greg Wheeler (1987-88).......................................................... .408 6. Tyrone Perry (1995-99)............................................................ .397 7. Mike Ames (2000-04).............................................................. .397 8. Donald Dutton (1985-87)......................................................... .396 9. Brad Heckert (1983-87)........................................................... .389 10. Taurence Chisholm (1984-88)................................................... .388 Ricky Deadwyler (1989-93)...................................................... .388 REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. Nate Cloud (1960-63)...............................................................14.2 2. Chuck Hamilton (1958-60)........................................................12.3 3. Frank Wickes (1956-59)............................................................11.9 4. Wolfgang Fengler (1971-74).....................................................11.2 5. Jack Waddington (1953-56)......................................................10.6 6. Mark Wagaman (1953-56)........................................................10.4 7. Kenn Barnett (1966-68)..........................................................10.31 8. Lee Swayze (1970-72)............................................................10.30 9. Harding Nana (2003-06)...........................................................10.2 10. Dave Sysko (1961-64)................................................................9.5 Jim Kruzinski (1949-52)..............................................................9.5 ASSISTS 1. Taurence Chisholm (1984-88).....................................................877 2. Mike Slattery (2001-05).............................................................607 3. Brian Johnson (2006-111)..........................................................510 4. Brian Pearl (1991-95)................................................................501 5. John Staudenmayer (1979-83)...................................................416 6. Tyrone Perry (1995-99)..............................................................376 7. Rob Garner (1993-96)................................................................369 8. Tom Campbell (1977-81)............................................................360 9. Mark Mancini (1975-79)............................................................357 10. Bill Sullivan (1972-74)...............................................................349

Taurence Chisholm ranks 17th on the NCAA Division I alltime lists for assists. He is the only Blue Hen to record 200 assists in a single-season, and did that in all four of his years at Delaware.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL BLUE HEN RECORDS STEALS 1. Taurence Chisholm (1984-88).....................................................298 2. Tyrone Perry (1995-99)..............................................................186 3. Ken Luck (1978-82)...................................................................173 4. Mike Slattery (2001-05).............................................................168 5. Anthony Wright (1989-92).........................................................159 6. Brian Pearl (1991-95)................................................................158 7. Ryan Iversen (2000-03).............................................................150 8. Oscar Jones (1982-86)...............................................................149 Mark Murray (1988-92).............................................................149 10. Kestutis Marciulionis (1996-2000)..............................................129 BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Jamelle Hagins (2009-13)..........................................................292 2. Spencer Dunkley (1989-93)........................................................195 3. John Bennett (1995-99).............................................................148 4. Herb Courtney (2003-08)...........................................................117 5. Ndongo Ndiaye (1998-2000)......................................................110 6. Alex Coles (1988-92).................................................................107 7. Pete Mullenberg (1977-81)........................................................106 8. Denard Montgomery (1988-92)....................................................93 9. Harding Nana (2003-06)..............................................................92 10. Calvin Smith (2001-05)................................................................85

Jamelle Hagins blocked a school-record 292 shots during his career, and is also UD’s career rebounding leader.

GAMES PLAYED 1. Jamelle Hagins (2009-13)..........................................................124 2. Mike Pegues (1996-2000)..........................................................123 3. Brian Johnson (2006-11)............................................................122 D.J. Boney (2007-11).................................................................122 Greg Miller (1997-2001)............................................................122 Kestutis Marciulionis (1996-2000)..............................................122 7. Tyrone Perry (1995-99)..............................................................119 8. Anthony Wright (1989-92).........................................................118 9. Alex Coles (1988-92).................................................................117 10. Robin Wentt (2000-05)...............................................................116 Mark Murray (1988-92).............................................................116 MINUTES PLAYED 1. Brian Pearl (1991-95).............................................................4,033 2. Brian Johnson (2006-11).........................................................3,978 3. Taurence Chisholm (1984-88)..................................................3,895 4. Mike Pegues (1996-2000).......................................................3,885 5. Tyrone Perry (1995-99)...........................................................3,612 6. Jamelle Hagins (2009-13).......................................................3,594 7. Mark Murray (1988-92)..........................................................3,583 8. Tim Tompkins (1979-84).........................................................3,553 9. Mike Slattery (2001-05)..........................................................3,526 10. Alphonso Dawson (2007-11)....................................................3,483 DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. Harding Nana (2003-06)..............................................................40 Spencer Dunkley (1989-93)..........................................................40 3. Jamelle Hagins (2009-13)............................................................36 4. Greg Smith (1993-97)..................................................................35 5. Wolfgang Fengler (1971-74)........................................................31 6. Barry Berger (1984-88)...............................................................20 Brian Downie (1974-77)...............................................................20 8. Mike Pegues (1996-2000)............................................................19 9. Ajmal Basit (2000-01)..................................................................18 Patrick Evans (1991-96)...............................................................18

Brian Pearl is the only Blue Hen to ever play more than 4,000 minutes in a career.

TURNOVERS (since 1978-79) 1. Brian Pearl (1991-95)................................................................417 2. Mike Pegues (1996-2000)..........................................................394 3. Taurence Chisholm (1984-88).....................................................343 4. Mark Murray (1988-92).............................................................321 5. Oscar Jones (1984-87)...............................................................317 6. Tyrone Perry (1995-99)..............................................................313 7. Devon Saddler (2010-Present).......................................... 307 8. Mark Houghton (1987-91).........................................................280 9. Alex Coles (1988-92).................................................................269 10. Brian Johnson (2006-11)............................................................266

Delaware Single-Season Lists SCORING 1. Mike Pegues (1998-99)..............................................................675 2. Mike Pegues (1999-2000)..........................................................667 3. Greg Smith (1996-97)................................................................660 4. Devon Saddler (2012-13)...........................................................656 5. Devon Saddler (2011-12)...........................................................603 6. Spencer Dunkley (1992-93)........................................................576 7. Harding Nana (2004-05)............................................................574 8. Harding Nana (2005-06)............................................................569 9. Jawan Carter (2009-10).............................................................565 10. Herb Courtney (2006-07)...........................................................562 SCORING AVERAGE 1. Dave Sysko (1963-64)..............................................................23.9 2. Frank Wickes (1957-58)............................................................22.8 3. Mike Pegues (1998-99).............................................................21.8 4. Greg Smith (1996-97)...............................................................21.3 5. Nate Cloud (1962-63)...............................................................21.2 6. Jim Smith (1955-56).................................................................20.9 7. Mike Pegues (1999-2000).........................................................20.8 8. Skip Crawford (1952-53)...........................................................20.6 9. Oscar Jones (1985-86)..............................................................20.2 10. Ken Luck (1981-82)..................................................................20.0 REBOUNDS 1. Spencer Dunkley (1992-93)........................................................367 2. Jamelle Hagins (2011-12)..........................................................354 3. Jamelle Hagins (2012-13)..........................................................353 4. Greg Smith (1996-97)................................................................342 4. Wolfgang Fengler (1973-74)......................................................333 5. Marc Egerson (2008-09).............................................................331 6. Harding Nana (2005-06)............................................................326 Jack Waddington (1955-56).......................................................326 9. Harding Nana (2004-05)............................................................322 10. Nate Cloud (1962-63)................................................................320 REBOUND AVERAGE 1. Nate Cloud (1960-61)...............................................................14.9 2. Nate Cloud (1962-63)...............................................................14.5 3. Jack Waddington (1955-56)......................................................14.2 4. Nate Cloud (1961-62)...............................................................13.2 Frank Wickes (1957-58)............................................................13.2 Jim Kruzinski (1950-51)............................................................13.2 7. Wolfgang Fengler (1973-74).....................................................12.8 Chuck Hamilton (1958-59)........................................................12.8 9. Pete Cloud (1963-64)................................................................12.6 10. Bernard Lane (1969-70)............................................................12.5 Jack Waddington (1954-55)......................................................12.5 FIELD GOALS 1. Mike Pegues (1999-2000)..........................................................248 2. Mike Pegues (1998-99)..............................................................243 3. Greg Smith (1996-97)................................................................241 4. Ken Luck (1980-81)...................................................................234 5. Devon Saddler (2012-13)...........................................................216 6. Ken Luck (1981-82)...................................................................211 7. Dave Sysko (1963-64)...............................................................203 8. Harding Nana (2005-06)............................................................200 Harding Nana (2004-05)............................................................200 Oscar Jones (1985-86)...............................................................200 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. Devon Saddler (2012-13)...........................................................505 2. Devon Saddler (2011-12)...........................................................493 Mike Pegues (1998-99)..............................................................493 4. Mike Pegues (1999-2000)..........................................................484 5. Jim Smith (1955-56)..................................................................468 6. Dave Sysko (1963-64)...............................................................462 7. Herb Courtney (2006-07)...........................................................451 8. Alphonso Dawson (2008-09).......................................................442 9. Harding Nana (2004-05)............................................................441

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL BLUE HEN RECORDS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 150 att.) 1. Greg Smith (1994-95).............................................................. .628 2. Greg Smith (1995-96).............................................................. .614 3. Greg Smith (1996-97).............................................................. .609 4. Tim Carr (1982-83).................................................................. .584 5. Patrick Evans (1995-96)........................................................... .569 6. Alex Coles (1988-89)............................................................... .568 7. Tom Carluccio (1976-77).......................................................... .567 8. Patrick Evans (1994-95)........................................................... .563 9. Greg Smith (1993-94).............................................................. .558 Elsworth Bowers (1988-89)....................................................... .558

THREE-POINT FG PCT. (Min. 50 att.) 1. John Gordon (1998-99)............................................................ .462 2. Mike Ames (2001-02)................................................................456 3. Kevin Blackhurst (1989-90)...................................................... .452 4. Robbie Johnson (1993-94)....................................................... .442 5. Tony Tucker (1987-88)............................................................. .440 6. Sam McMahon (2006-07)......................................................... .439 7. Peca Arsic (1995-96)................................................................ .436 8. Ricky Deadwyler (1991-92)...................................................... .427 9. Mark Murray (1991-92)........................................................... .424 Peca Arsic (1994-95)................................................................ .424

FREE THROWS 1. Spencer Dunkley (1992-93)........................................................194 2. Mike Pegues (1998-99)..............................................................187 3. Jack Waddington (1955-56).......................................................182 4. Greg Smith (1996-97)................................................................178 5. Jawan Carter (2009-10).............................................................171 6. Devon Saddler (2012-13)...........................................................168 7. Devon Saddler (2011-12)...........................................................158 8. Mike Pegues (1999-2000)..........................................................154 9. Jarvis Threatt (2012-13)............................................................151 10. Skip Crawford (1952-53)............................................................147

ASSISTS 1. Taurence Chisholm (1985-86).....................................................231 2. Taurence Chisholm (1984-85).....................................................224 3. Taurence Chisholm (1986-87).....................................................220 4. Taurence Chisholm (1987-88).....................................................203 5. John Staudenmayer (1981-82)...................................................185 6. Mike Slattery (2002-03).............................................................179 7. Mike Slattery (2004-05).............................................................168 John Staudenmayer (1982-83)...................................................168 9. Mike Slattery (2003-04).............................................................166 Bill Sullivan (1974-75)...............................................................166

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 1. Spencer Dunkley (1992-93)........................................................256 2. Jack Waddington (1955-56).......................................................254 3. Mike Pegues (1998-99)..............................................................239 4. Greg Smith (1996-97)................................................................236 5. Jawan Carter (2009-10).............................................................212 6. Skip Crawford (1952-53)............................................................207 7. Devon Saddler (2012-13)...........................................................205 8. Mike Pegues (1999-2000)..........................................................201 9. Devon Saddler (2011-12)...........................................................197 10. Herb Courtney (2006-07)...........................................................196

STEALS 1. Taurence Chisholm (1986-87).......................................................84 2. Taurence Chisholm (1984-85).......................................................77 3. Taurence Chisholm (1987-88).......................................................74 4. Zaire Taylor (2005-06).................................................................68 5. Taurence Chisholm (1985-86).......................................................63 6. Tyrone Perry (1996-97)................................................................62 7. Rob Garner (1993-94)..................................................................56 8. Keith Davis (1996-97)..................................................................55 9. Jarvis Threatt (2012-13)..............................................................54 Tyrone Perry (1997-98)................................................................54

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 40 att.) 1. Greg Miller (1999-2000).......................................................... .958 2. Dennis Purcell (1974-75).......................................................... .938 3. Tim Tompkins (1976-77).......................................................... .905 4. Mike Ames (2002-03).............................................................. .896 5. Dennis Purcell (1976-77).......................................................... .870 6. Dennis Purcell (1975-76).......................................................... .867 Mark Mancini (1976-77).......................................................... .867 8. Calvin Cannon (2006-07)......................................................... .864 9. Calvin Cannon (2007-08)......................................................... .863 10. Jim Skedzielewski (1973-74).................................................... .857 Peca Arsic (1996-97)................................................................ .857

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Ndongo Ndiaye (1999-2000)........................................................99 2. Spencer Dunkley (1992-93)..........................................................96 3. Jamelle Hagins (2011-12)............................................................95 4. John Bennett (1998-99)...............................................................93 5. Jamelle Hagins (2010-11)............................................................87 6. Ajmal Basit (2000-01)..................................................................81 7. Jamelle Hagins (2012-13)............................................................80 8. Herb Courtney (2006-07).............................................................54 9. Jim Ledsome (2008-09)...............................................................52 10. Spencer Dunkley (1991-92)..........................................................44

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. John Gordon (1998-99)................................................................86 2. Jawan Carter (2010-11)...............................................................84 3. Peca Arsic (1995-96)....................................................................78 4. Kestutis Marciulionis (1999-2000)................................................75 5. Jawan Carter (2009-10)...............................................................74 Billy Wells (2000-01)....................................................................74 6. Mike Ames (2002-03)..................................................................73 Mike Ames (2001-02)..................................................................73 9. Robbie Johnson (1993-94)...........................................................72 10. Kyle Anderson (2011-12).............................................................68 Peca Arsic (1996-97)....................................................................68 THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. Jawan Carter (2009-10).............................................................227 2. Jawan Carter (2010-11).............................................................221 3. Mike Ames (2002-03)................................................................209 4. Kestutis Marciulionis (1999-2000)..............................................205 5. Kyle Anderson (2011-12)...........................................................200 6. Peca Arsic (1996-97)..................................................................191 7. Devon Saddler (2011-12)...........................................................190 8. Jawan Carter (2008-09).............................................................187 9. John Gordon (1998-99)..............................................................186 10. Kyle Anderson (2012-13)...........................................................184

Dave Sysko averaged 23.9 points per game during the 1963-64 season, still a Delaware record.

GAMES PLAYED 1. Devon Saddler (2012-13).............................................................33 Jamelle Hagins (2012-13)............................................................33 Kyle Anderson (2012-13).............................................................33 Carl Baptiste (2012-13)................................................................33 MINUTES PLAYED 1. Devon Saddler (2012-13)........................................................1,246 2. Jawan Carter (2009-10)..........................................................1,214 3. Brian Johnson (2006-07).........................................................1,192 4. Marc Egerson (2008-09)..........................................................1,165 5. Brian Johnson (2007-08).........................................................1,163 6. Herb Courtney (2006-07)........................................................1,139 7. Devon Saddler (2011-12)........................................................1,138 8. John Gordon (1998-99)...........................................................1,134 9. Keith Davis (1996-97).............................................................1,121 10. Mike Pegues (1999-2000).......................................................1,120

Peca Arsic scored 31 points against Clemson on November 29, 1996, including a then-UD record seven three-pointers.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL BLUE HEN RECORDS TURNOVERS 1. Mike Pegues (1998-99)..............................................................119 2. Oscar Jones (1984-85)...............................................................118 3. Brian Pearl (1991-92)................................................................114 4. Taurence Chisholm (1984-85).....................................................113 5. Brian Pearl (1992-93)................................................................111 6. Keith Davis (1996-97)................................................................110 7. Mike Pegues (1999-2000)..........................................................108 8. Devon Saddler (2012-13)...........................................................107 9. Ajmal Basit (2000-01)................................................................106 10. Devon Saddler (2011-12)...........................................................102 PERSONAL FOULS 1. Ajmal Basit (2000-01)................................................................113 2. Jamelle Hagins (2011-12)..........................................................107 Herb Courtney (2007-08)...........................................................107 4. Jim Ledsome (2008-09).............................................................105 Maurice Sessoms (2000-01)........................................................105 6. Darryl Presley (1997-98)...........................................................104 7. Jamelle Hagins (2010-11)............................................................99 8. Zaire Taylor (2005-06).................................................................96 9. Jamelle Hagins (2012-13)............................................................97 Calvin Smith (2004-05)................................................................97 Calvin Smith (2002-03)................................................................97 Peter Mullenberg (1979-80).........................................................97 Denard Montgomery (1989-90)....................................................97

Mike Pegues is one of three players in Delaware history to lead a team in scoring during three seasons.

DISQUALIFICATIONS 1. Loren Pratt (1968-69)..................................................................11 Richard Goldberg (1950-51).........................................................11 3. Bill Scott (1964-65)......................................................................10 4. Calvin Smith (2004-05)..................................................................9 Jim Krusinski (1951-52).................................................................9 Dave Penkrot (1983-84)................................................................9 7. Robin Wentt (2004-05)...................................................................8 Greg Smith (1995-96)....................................................................8 Steve Fischer (1975-76).................................................................8 Pete Cloud (1963-64).....................................................................8 Loren Pratt (1969-70)....................................................................8 DUNKS 1. Jim Ledsome (2008-09)...............................................................48 2. Alex Coles (1990-91)...................................................................47 3. Ken Luck (1981-82).....................................................................45 4. Alex Coles (1991-92)...................................................................43 5. Alex Coles (1989-90)...................................................................40 6. Ajmal Basit (2000-01)..................................................................38 7. Spencer Dunkley (1992-93)..........................................................36 8. Patrick Evans (1995-96)...............................................................29 9. Jim Ledsome (2007-08)...............................................................23 10. Spencer Dunkley (1991-92)..........................................................22 Ken Luck (1980-81).....................................................................22

Mike Slattery, who recorded two 15-assist games during the 2002-03 season, became the first player in CAA history to reach the 1,000-point and 600-assist plateaus.

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Delaware Single-Game Lists SCORING Top Scoring Games by a Delaware player Points................................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 52..........................................+ L.A. Houston vs. Lebanon Valley, 2/19/1910 45....................................................... Dave Sysko vs. Lafayette, 2/29/1964 43.................................................. ^ Jim Smith vs. Swarthmore, 2/25/1956 42.................................................Frank Wickes vs. Swarthmore, 2/20/1958 41...................................................... Frank Wickes vs. Bucknell, 2/20/1959 40...................................................... Ken Luck vs. West Chester, 1/27/1982 39.................................................Spencer Dunkley vs. Vermont, 2/13/1993 39 ............................................................ % Ken Luck vs. Lehigh, 2/6/1982 38....................................................**Harding Nana vs. Towson, 1/14/2006 38........................................................Mike Pegues vs. Hartford 1/16/1999 37...........................................................Mark Murray vs. Drexel, 2/7/1991 37......................................................... Frank Wickes vs. Rutgers, 2/1/1958 36.............................................Tom Carluccio vs. Northeastern, 12/29/1977 36............................................... Steve Jackson vs. West Chester, 2/15/1969 36............................................................ Nate Cloud vs. Lehigh, 2/13/1963 35..........................................................Jawan Carter vs. Penn, 11/21/2009 35...................................................... Mike Pegues vs. Virginia, 12/27/1998 35.......................................................Oscar Jones vs. Lafayette, 1/18/1986 35........................................................... Dave Sysko vs. Lehigh, 2/25/1964 34.......................................................Mike Pegues vs. Hartford, 2/14/2000 34...................................................... Mike Pegues vs. Howard, 11/25/1998 34....................................................Mike Pegues vs. American, 11/14/1998 34...........................................................Mike Pegues vs. Hofstra, 2/3/1997 34...............................................................Peca Arsic vs. Maine, 2/24/1995 34......................................................... Oscar Jones vs. American, 1/9/1985 34............................................................... Ken Luck vs. Lehigh, 2/21/1981 34...................................................... Ken Luck vs. West Chester, 2/11/1981 34............................................Kenn Barnett vs. Cortland State, 12/27/1966 34.........................................................Frank Wickes vs. Lehigh, 2/26/1959 34......................................................Skip Crawford vs. Widener, 2/16/1957 33.............................................................. Mike Ames vs. Drexel, 2/9/2002 33.............................................. Kestutis Marciulionis vs. Drexel, 1/27/1999 33.....................................................Kenn Barnett vs. Lafayette, 12/3/1966 33..........................................................Skip Crawford vs. Lehigh, 2/2/1957 33....................................................Jack Waddington vs. Rutgers, 1/4/1956 32.................................................Devon Saddler vs. Lafayette, 11/26/2011 32............................................... Andrew Washington vs. Drexel, 2/26/2005 32........................................................... Mike Pegues vs. Towson, 3/4/2000 32....................................................Mike Pegues vs. American, 11/27/1999 32...........................................................Mike Pegues vs. Maine, 2/28/1999 32....................................................Mike Pegues vs. Lafayette, 12/12/1998 32...........................................................Mike Pegues vs. Hofstra, 2/3/1997 32.......................................................... Oscar Jones vs. Towson, 2/24/1986 32............................................................. Ken Luck vs. La Salle, 12/8/1981 32............................................................ Ken Luck vs. Bucknell, 1/23/1980 32................................................Dave Sysko vs. Johns Hopkins, 12/4/1963 32.................................................Frank Wickes vs. Swarthmore, 1/10/1959 32............................................................... Jim Kinch vs. Ursinus, 2/8/1954 31.......................................................Devon Saddler vs. Drexel, 2/21/2013 31..........................................................Jarvis Threatt vs. Butler, 3/14/2012 31............................................. Harding Nana vs. Old Dominion, 2/25/2006 31..........................................................Mike Pegues vs. Drexel, 1/11/2000 31............................................. Greg Smith vs. Delaware State, 11/22/1996 31......................................................... Peca Arsic vs. Clemson, 11/27/1996 31............................................... Spencer Dunkley vs. Boston U., 1/22/1993 31............................................................ Ken Luck vs. Bucknell, 2/14/1981 31..................................................................Ken Luck vs. Rider, 1/26/1980 31........................................Kenn Barnett vs. East Stroudsburg, 12/29/1966 31......................................................... Steve Parnell vs. Lehigh, 2/22/1966 31............................................ Frank Wickes vs. PMC (Widener), 2/28/1959 31.............................................Charley Cluff vs. PMC (Widener), 1/10/1958 31..................................................Skip Crawford vs. Swarthmore, 1/5/1952 31.......................................................... Dave Sysko vs. Ursinus, 2/27/1964 31........................................................... Lee Swayze vs. Lehigh, 2/20/1971

** BCC record for points by a UD player % Delaware Field House record for points by a UD player ^ Carpenter Sports Building record for points by a UD player + Taylor Gym record for points by a UD player

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL BLUE HEN RECORDS Top Scoring Games by an Opponent vs. Delaware Points...................................................................................Player (Date) 52........................................................ Phil D’Arrigo, Haverford, 2/18/1956 51.................................................................Bob Lloyd, Rutgers, 12/8/1965 48............................................................ Earl Wentzel, Widener, 1/19/1952 43............................................. John Holland, Boston University, 2/20/2010 42.......................................................... Matt Johnson, Vermont, 2/16/1991 39.......................................................... Kurk Lee, Towson State, 2/15/1989 39............................................. Bryan Heron, Central Connecticut, 1/9/1988 39................................................Dave Caligaris, Northeastern, 12/29/1977 39....................................................Joel Copeland, Old Dominion, 1/5/1974 39.................................................................Bob Lloyd, Rutgers, 2/20/1965 39............................................................. Don Peterson, Rutgers, 2/2/1963 39........................................................ Lorry Hathaway, Bucknell, 3/2/1965 38...................................................... Devin Boyd, Towson State, 1/30/1991 38.......................................................... Jim Reilly, Swarthmore, 2/19/1949 37.............................................. Joe Anderson, St. Francis (PA), 11/25/1989 37................................................................ John Rankin, Drexel, 2/4/1989 37............................................................ David Robinson, Navy, 1/20/1986 37............................................................ Frank Ross, American, 2/16/1987 36.................................................................Gary Neal, Towson, 1/24/2007 36...................................................Andre Collins, Loyola (MD), 12/31/2005 36.............................................................. John Rankin, Drexel, 2/19/1986 36........................................................... Jim Valvano, Rutgers, 12/17/1966 36............................................................ Bill Theiben, Hofstra, 12/28/1954 36.............................................George Montgomery, Haverford, 2/28/1944 35......................................................... Daren Queenan, Lehigh, 2/21/1987 35..................................... (unknown) Greenewalt, Swarthmore, 2/25/1956 34................................................................ Malik Rose, Drexel, 2/18/1996 34.......................................................Lionel Simmons, LaSalle, 11/28/1987 34........................................................... Lou DeRogatis, Widener, 1/7/1982 34..........................................Bob Manaskie, Frank. & Marshall,11/12/1977 34.............................................................. Frank Ross, American, 1/8/1986 34.............................................. Scott Drapeau, New Hampshire, 2/26/1995 33...........................................................Jamar Wilson, Albany, 11/17/2006 33............................................Nick George, Va. Commonwealth, 2/16/2005 33............................................. Kevin Swann, Central Connecticut, 3/2/1991 33......................................................... Daren Queenan, Lehigh, 2/27/1988 33..........................................................Chuck Person, Auburn, 12/22/1984 33..................................................Alfredrick Hughes, Loyola (IL), 1/3/1984 33........................................................ Todd Tripucka, Lafayette, 1/31/1976 33........................................................... Paul Naborak, Ursinus, 2/13/1956 32....................................................................Jamie Skeen, VCU, 2/9/2011 32................................................. Henry Hollingsworth, Hofstra, 1/20/1978 32...............................................................Bob Adrian, Catholic, 1/24/1974 32............................................................ David Robinson, Navy, 1/19/1987 32.......................................... Durand Macklin, Louisiana State, 12/29/1979 32............................................................Dave Broadus, Drexel, 12/2/1978 32........................................................... Bob Schafer, Villanova, 12/8/1952 32................................................... Cameron Boozer, Troy State, 1/29/1994 32....................................................................Hal Lear, Temple, 1/26/1956 32............................................................. Bill Lynch, St. Joseph’s, 3/3/1956 REBOUNDING (Delaware Players) Rebounds..........................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 31....................................................Jack Waddington vs. Rutgers, 1/4/1956 28.................................................... Nate Cloud vs. Muhlenberg, 2/16/1963 25.......................................................Spencer Dunkley vs. UMBC, 1/6/1993 25.......................................................Mark Wagaman vs. Drexel, 1/3/1967 25................................................. Pete Cloud vs. Johns Hopkins, 12/4/1963 25............................................................ Nate Cloud vs. Lehigh, 2/13/1963 23................................................Jamelle Hagins vs. Lafayette, 11/18/2012 23.................................................... Bernard Lane vs. Lafayette, 1/31/1970 23...................................................... Nate Cloud vs. Swarthmore, 1/8/1962 23.......................................................Harris Mosher vs. Ursinus, 1/13/1958 23.................................................... Nate Cloud vs. Muhlenberg, 2/18/1961 23............................................................Pete Cloud vs. Ursinus, 2/27/1964 22................................................Jack Waddington vs. Rutgers, 12/14/1954 22....................................... Pete Cloud vs. Franklin & Marshall, 12/11/1963 21......................................................... Greg Smith vs. Vermont, 1/12/1997 21.................................................Spencer Dunkley vs. Hartford, 1/31/1993 21.........................................................Steve Jennings vs. Rider, 1/29/1986 21...................................................Kenn Barnett vs. Gettysburg, 2/24/1968

21...........................................Mark Wagaman vs. Susquehanna, 1/11/1967 21.........................................................Frank Wickes vs. Lehigh, 12/6/1958 21...................................................... Nate Cloud vs. Swarthmore, 1/8/1962 21........................................Ron Smith vs. Franklin & Marshall, 12/11/1963 20......................................................Loren Pratt vs. Gettysburg, 2/18/1970 20............................................................. Ed Roth vs. Lafayette, 12/7/1968 20.............................................. Mark Wagaman vs. Gettysburg, 2/25/1967 20...............................................Dallas Green vs. Saint Joseph’s, 2/22/1955 Opponents Rebounds.............................................................................Player (Date) 31............................................................ Merv Becker, Widener, 2/12/1958 27...................................................Swede Sundstrom, Rutgers, 12/16/1953 23............................................................... Vernon Butler, Navy, 1/21/1985 22.............................................................. Marshall Grier, Rider, 1/29/1986 21.........................................................Jason Thompson, Rider, 11/17/2007 21............................................ Dwayne Scholten, Washington St.,12/6/1986 21................................................................ Derrick Lamar, Rider, 1/5/1985 20.........................................................Robert Nwankwo, Towson, 3/2/2012 20................................................ Scott Drapeau, New Hampshire, 3/5/1994 20...........................................................Eric Hegedus, Bucknell, 2/16/1985 19.........................................................Ryan Schneider, Marist, 12/23/2008 18.......................................................... Keith Rendleman, UNCW, 1/2/2012 18.......................................... Tunji Awojobi, Boston University, 11/.20/1995 18................................................... Dan Callahan, Northeastern, 1/22/1995 ASSISTS Assists..............................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 17.................................................John Staudenmayer vs. Lehigh, 2/6/1982 15..............................................Mike Slattery vs. William & Mary, 2/1/2003 15........................................ Mike Slattery vs. UNC Greensboro, 12/19/2002 15................................................Vic Orth vs. Frank. & Marshall, 2/14/1966 14....................................... Austen Rowland vs. New Hampshire, 12/7/2000 14................................................. Taurence Chisholm vs. Drexel, 2/25/1987 14.............................................Taurence Chisholm vs. Lafayette, 2/12/1986 14....................................................Taurence Chisholm vs. Penn, 12/7/1985 13........................................... Taurence Chisholm vs. Columbia, 12/22/1986 13..................................................Taurence Chisholm vs. Hofstra, 2/5/1986 13................................................Taurence Chisholm vs. Hofstra, 1/19/1985 13.............................................. Jon Chamberlain vs. W. Chester, 1/16/1984 13.................................Taurence Chisholm vs. Washington (MD), 11/7/1984 13.......................................................... Ken Helfand vs. Lehigh, 2/19/1972

John Staudenmayer dished out 17 assists against Lehigh on February 6, 1982.

STEALS Steals................................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 8................................................ Taurence Chisholm vs. Bucknell, 1/16/1985 7............................................................ John Gordon vs. Maine, 1/22/1999 7.............................................Tyrone Perry vs. Delaware State, 11/22/1996 7......................................................... Renard Johnson vs. Rider, 2/18/1989 7.......................................... Taurence Chisholm vs. West Chester, 1/16/1988 6........................................................... Jarvis Threatt vs. Hofstra, 1/9/2013 6.........................................................Herb Courtney vs. Drexel, 1/20/2007 6.................................................Ryan Iversen vs. Old Dominion, 2/22/2003 6.............................................................David Lunn vs. Towson, 1/25/2003 6..............................................Kestutis Marciulionis vs. Hartford, 2/26/2000 6....................................................... Tyrone Perry vs. Widener, 12/22/1996 6........................................... Rob Garner vs. Washington (MD), 11/27/1995 6.....................................................Anthony Wright vs. Vermont, 1/29/1993 6...................................................Renard Johnson vs. Miss. St., 12/29/1989 6........................................................Taurence Chisholm vs. Rider, 2/2/1987 BLOCKED SHOTS Blocks...............................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 9...................................................... Ndongo Nidaye vs. Colgate, 12/2/1999 8...............................................Jamelle Hagins vs. Northeastern, 1/19/2011 8................................................................Ajmal Basit vs. Drexel, 2/1/2001 8.......................................................Ndongo Nidaye vs. Towson, 1/22/2000 8.....................................................John Bennett vs. American, 11/14/1998 8........................................................Spencer Dunkley vs. Navy, 1/28/1991 8.....................................................Peter Mullenberg vs. Lehigh, 2/16/1988

Ndongo Ndiaye swatted a school-record nine shots against Colgate on December 2, 1999.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL BLUE HEN RECORDS FIELD GOALS MADE FG......................................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 25...................................... Liston A. Houston vs. Lebanon Valley, 2/19/1910 18.................................................Frank Wickes vs. Swarthmore, 2/20/1958 18......................................................Jim Smith vs. Swarthmore, 2/25/1956 17...................................................... Frank Wickes vs. Bucknell, 2/29/1959 17..................................................... Ken Luck vs. West Chester, 1/27/1982 16.............................................Tom Carluccio vs. Northeastern, 12/29/1977 15....................................................... Dave Sysko vs. Lafayette, 2/29/1964 15............................................................ Nate Cloud vs. Lehigh, 2/13/1963 15............................................Kenn Barnett vs. Cortland State, 12/27/1966 15............................................... Steve Jackson vs. West Chester, 2/15/1969 15.................................................Spencer Dunkley vs. Vermont, 2/13/1993 15................................................................. Ken Luck vs. Lehigh, 2/6/1982 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FGA...................................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 35.................................................... Nate Cloud vs. Muhlenberg, 2/18/1961 32......................................................Jim Smith vs. Swarthmore, 2/25/1956 29.......................................................... Dave Sysko vs. Ursinus, 2/27/1964 28.................................................Frank Wickes vs. Swarthmore, 2/20/1958 28................................................... Dave Sysko vs. Muhlenberg, 2/17/1964 28..................................................... Ken Luck vs. West Chester, 1/27/1982 27.........................................................Dave Sysko vs. Bucknell, 2/15/1964 26................................................. Devon Saddler vs. Villanova, 11/18/2011 26....................................................... Dave Sysko vs. Lafayette, 2/29/1964 26............................................................ Nate Cloud vs. Lehigh, 2/13/1963 26.......................................................... Nate Cloud vs. Lafayette, 3/2/1963 26........................................................... Oscar Jones vs. Drexel, 1/25/1986 26...................................................... Mike Pegues vs. Virginia, 12/27/1998

Herb Courtney led the Blue Hens in scoring during the 200607 and 2007-08 seasons.

FREE THROWS MADE FT.......................................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 19................................................Jarvis Threatt vs. Old Dominion, 1/5/2013 19..........................................................Jawan Carter vs. Penn, 11/21/2009 18............................................... Andrew Washington vs. Drexel, 2/26/2005 18..................................................Oscar Jones vs. Towson State, 2/24/1986 16......................................................Jarvis Threatt vs. Towson, 11/26/2011 16........................................................Jawan Carter vs. Marist, 11/23/2008 16.......................................................Mike Pegues vs. Hartford, 1/16/1999 16............................................ Rick Meccariello vs. West Chester, 2/19/1977 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FTA....................................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 26..........................................................Jawan Carter vs. Penn, 11/21/2009 21............................................... Andrew Washington vs. Drexel, 2/26/2005 20................................................Jarvis Threatt vs. Old Dominion, 1/5/2013 20.............................................................Greg Smith vs. Hofstra, 3/1/1997 20..................................................Oscar Jones vs. Towson State, 2/24/1986 20...........................................Rick Meccariello vs. Wests Chester, 2/19/1977 19........................................................Jarvis Threatt vs. Towson, 2/22/2012 19.......................................................Mike Pegues vs. Hartford, 1/16/1999 19............................................ Spencer Dunkley vs. Towson State, 1/9/1993 19....................................................Jack Waddington vs. Rutgers, 1/4/1956 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 3-PT. FG...........................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 8....................................................... Jawan Carter vs. Howard, 11/19/2010 8.............................................................Billy Wells vs. Hartford, 2/24/2001 7................................................................ Mike Ames vs. Drexel, 2/9/2002 7...........................................................John Gordon vs. Hofstra, 2/10/1999 7........................................................... Peca Arsic vs. Clemson, 11/29/1996 7...................................................... Peca Arsic vs. Northeastern, 2/17/1995 7............................................................Tyrone Perry vs. Duke, 12/19/1995

Marc Egerson led Delaware in rebounding during the 200708 and 2008-09 seasons.

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THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 3-PT. FGA.........................................................Player (Opponent/Date) 14..................................................... Jawan Carter vs. Howard, 11/19/2010 13................................................Rulon Washington vs. American, 1/2/2005 13................................................. Mike Ames vs. William & Mary, 2/1/2003 13.............................................................. Mike Ames vs. Drexel, 2/9/2002

Delaware Annual Statistical Team Leaders SCORING Year Player Pts. Avg. 2012-13 #Devon Saddler, G................................ 656.......................19.9 2011-12 Devon Saddler, G.................................. 603.......................18.8 2010-11 Jawan Carter, G.................................... 496.......................16.0 2009-10 Jawan Carter, G.................................... 565.......................18.2 2008-09 Marc Egerson, G.................................... 492.......................15.4 2007-08 Herb Courtney, F................................... 437.......................14.1 2006-07 Herb Courtney, F................................... 562.......................18.1 2005-06 Harding Nana, F................................... 569.......................19.0 2004-05 #Harding Nana, F................................. 574.......................18.5 2003-04 Mike Ames, G....................................... 427.......................15.3 2002-03 Mike Ames, G....................................... 406.......................14.0 2001-02 Mike Ames, G....................................... 364.......................12.1 2000-01 Ajmal Basit, F........................................ 455.......................15.2 1999-00 Mike Pegues, F..................................... 667.......................20.8 1998-99 #Mike Pegues, F.............................. 675.......................21.8 1997-98 Mike Pegues, F..................................... 486.......................16.8 1996-97 #Greg Smith, F...................................... 660.......................21.3 1995-96 Peca Arsic, F......................................... 470.......................17.4 1994-95 Brian Pearl, G....................................... 399.......................14.8 1993-94 Brian Pearl, G....................................... 451.......................16.7 1992-93 Spencer Dunkley, C............................... 576.......................19.2 1991-92 Alex Coles, F......................................... 444.......................14.3 1990-91 Mark Murray, F/G................................. 473.......................16.3 1989-90 Mark Murray, F..................................... 376.......................13.0 1988-89 Elsworth Bowers, C................................ 406.......................15.0 1987-88 Tony Tucker, F....................................... 468.......................16.7 1986-87 Tony Tucker, F....................................... 417.......................14.9 1985-86 #Oscar Jones, F..................................... 544.......................20.2 1984-85 Oscar Jones, F....................................... 473.......................16.9 1983-84 Oscar Jones, F....................................... 368.......................13.6 1982-83 Tim Carr, C............................................ 344.......................13.8 1981-82 Ken Luck, F........................................... 519.......................20.0 1980-81 Ken Luck, F........................................... 369.......................13.2 1979-80 Ken Luck, F........................................... 369.......................13.2 1978-79 Mark Mancini, G................................... 381.......................14.1 1977-78 Tom Carluccio, F.................................... 427.......................15.8 1976-77 Bob Cook, F.......................................... 296.......................11.8 1975-76 Bob Cook, F.......................................... 282.......................13.4 1974-75 Bill Sullivan, G...................................... 332.......................13.3 1973-74 Wolfgang Fengler, C.............................. 330.......................12.7 1972-73 Ken Lukhard, F..................................... 335.......................13.4 1971-72 Lee Swayze, F....................................... 383.......................15.3 1970-71 Lee Swayze, F....................................... 478.......................19.1 1969-70 Loren Pratt, F........................................ 384.......................15.4 1968-69 Steve Jackson, G................................... 355.......................19.7 1967-68 Kenn Barnett, C.................................... 394.......................17.1 1966-67 Charles Parnell, G................................. 445.......................18.5 1965-66 John Himes, F....................................... 372.......................15.5 1964-65 John Himes, F....................................... 276.......................13.8 1963-64 #Dave Sysko, F................................. 549..................... 23.9 1962-63 #Nate Cloud, C...................................... 467.......................21.2 1961-62 Nate Cloud, C........................................ 359.......................17.1 Dave Sysko, F....................................... 359.......................17.1 1960-61 Nate Cloud, C........................................ 341.......................17.9 1959-60 Chuck Hamilton, C................................. 325.......................14.1 1958-59 Frank Wickes, F.................................... 434.......................19.7 1957-58 Frank Wickes, F.................................... 388.......................22.8 1956-57 Skip Crawford, F................................... 439.......................18.2 1955-56 Jim Smith, G......................................... 482.......................20.9 1954-55 Jack Waddington, C............................... 279.......................12.7 1953-54 Jim Kinch, C.......................................... 260.......................11.8 1952-53 Skip Crawford, F................................... 515.......................20.6 1951-52 Jim Kruzinski, C.................................... 276.......................12.0 1950-51 William Utt, G....................................... 352.......................16.8 1949-50 William Utt, G....................................... 172.......................10.7 1948-49 Bob Gregory......................................... 185.........................9.2 1947-48 Victor Wood.......................................... 150.........................8.3 1946-47 Jim McFadden....................................... 149.........................9.3

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL BLUE HEN RECORDS 1945-46 1944-45 1943-44 1942-43 1941-42

Newell Duncan...................................... 181.......................11.3 Newell Duncan...................................... 204.......................17.0 Jerry Bowlus......................................... 305.......................17.9 S.V. Crescenzi........................................ 157.........................8.3 Fred Mitchell......................................... 110.........................7.4

REBOUNDING Year Player Reb. Avg. 2012-13 Jamelle Hagins, F.................................. 353.......................10.7 2011-12 #Jamelle Hagins, F................................ 354.......................11.1 2010-11 Jamelle Hagins, F.................................. 212.........................7.3 2009-10 Kelvin McNeil, F.................................... 124.........................6.2 Alphonso Dawson, G.............................. 180.........................6.0 2008-09 #Marc Egerson, G.................................. 331.......................10.3 2007-08 Marc Egerson, G.................................... 165.........................6.9 Herb Courtney, F................................... 192.........................6.2 2006-07 Herb Courtney, F................................... 248.........................8.0 2005-06 #Harding Nana, F................................. 326.......................10.9 2004-05 #Harding Nana, F................................. 322.......................10.4 2003-04 Harding Nana, F................................... 136.........................8.5 Robin Wentt, F...................................... 157.........................5.6 2002-03 Ryan Iversen, G.................................... 181.........................6.5 2001-02 Ryan Iversen, G.................................... 183.........................6.1 2000-01 #Ajmal Basit, F...................................... 289.........................9.6 1999-00 Mike Pegues, F..................................... 245.........................7.7 1998-99 #John Bennett, F................................... 261.........................8.4 1997-98 Darryl Presley, F................................... 231.........................7.7 1996-97 #Greg Smith, F...................................... 342.......................11.0 1995-96 Patrick Evans, C.................................... 247.........................9.2 1994-95 Patrick Evans, C.................................... 205.........................7.6 1993-94 Matt Strine, F/C.................................... 167.........................6.2 Robbie Johnson, F................................. 166.........................6.2 1992-93 #Spencer Dunkley, C....................... 367.......................12.2 1991-92 Spencer Dunkley, C............................... 272.........................8.8 1990-91 #Spencer Dunkley, C............................. 204.........................8.9 1989-90 Denard Montgomery, C......................... 180.........................6.2 1988-89 Elsworth Bowers, C................................ 211.........................7.8 1987-88 Steve Jennings, C.................................. 195.........................7.0 1986-87 Steve Jennings, C.................................. 184.........................7.1 1985-86 Steve Jennings, C.................................. 171.........................6.3 1984-85 John Weber, F....................................... 222.........................7.9 1983-84 Brian Angielski, F.................................. 158.........................6.1 1982-83 Tim Carr, C............................................ 189.........................7.6 1981-82 Tim Carr, C............................................ 166.........................6.4 1980-81 Ken Luck, F........................................... 162.........................6.5 1979-80 Peter Mullenberg, C.............................. 196.........................7.0 1978-79 Peter Mullenberg, C.............................. 181.........................6.7 1977-78 Brian Downie, C.................................... 251.......................10.0 1976-77 Brian Downie, C.................................... 204.........................8.2 1975-76 Steve Schlachter, F................................ 191.........................7.6 1974-75 Steve Schlachter, F................................ 196.........................7.8 1973-74 #Wolfgang Fengler,C............................. 333.......................12.8 1972-73 Wolfgang Fengler, C.............................. 265.......................10.6 1971-72 Lee Swayze, F....................................... 256.......................10.2 1970-71 Lee Swayze, F....................................... 259.......................10.4 1969-70 Bernard Lane, C.................................... 212.......................12.5 1968-69 Ed Roth, F............................................. 232.......................11.0 1967-68 Kenn Barnett, C.................................... 252.......................11.0 1966-67 Mark Wagaman, F................................ 218.......................12.1 1965-66 Mike Osowski, C.................................... 226.........................9.8 1964-65 Bill Scott, C........................................... 154.........................7.7 1963-64 Pete Cloud, F........................................ 290.......................12.6 1962-63 #Nate Cloud, C...................................... 320.......................14.5 1961-62 Nate Cloud, C........................................ 278.......................13.2 1960-61 Nate Cloud, C.................................... 284..................... 14.9 1959-60 Chuck Hamilton, C................................. 272.......................11.8 1958-59 Chuck Hamilton, C................................. 281.......................12.8 1957-58 Frank Wickes, F.................................... 225.......................13.2 1956-57 Frank Wickes, F.................................... 256.......................10.7 1955-56 Jack Waddington, C............................... 326.......................14.2 1954-55 Jack Waddington, C............................... 275.......................12.5 1953-54 Jim Kinch, C.......................................... 223.......................10.1

1952-53 1951-52 1950-51

Matt Lamkin, C..................................... 236.........................9.4 Jim Kruzinski, C.................................... 283.......................12.3 Jim Kruzinski, C.................................... 278.......................13.2

ASSISTS Year Player Ast. Avg. 2012-13 Jarvis Threatt, G..................................... 97.........................3.2 2011-12 Khalid Lewis, G....................................... 83.........................2.6 2010-11 Devon Saddler, G.................................... 88.........................2.8 2009-10 Jawan Carter, G.................................... 151.........................4.9 2008-09 Brian Johnson, G................................... 159.........................5.0 2007-08 Brian Johnson, G................................... 161.........................5.2 2006-07 Brian Johnson, G................................... 130.........................4.2 2005-06 Zaire Taylor, G...................................... 112.........................3.7 2004-05 #Mike Slattery, G.................................. 168.........................6.5 2003-04 #Mike Slattery, G.................................. 166.........................5.9 2002-03 #Mike Slattery, G.................................. 179.........................6.2 2001-02 Austen Rowland, G.................................. 98.........................3.3 2000-01 Austen Rowland, G................................ 130.........................4.3 1999-00 Mike Pegues, F....................................... 83.........................2.6 John Gordon, G....................................... 68.........................3.2 1998-99 Tyrone Perry, G..................................... 113.........................3.6 1997-98 Tyrone Perry, G..................................... 126.........................4.2 1996-97 Tyrone Perry, G..................................... 123.........................4.0 1995-96 Rob Garner, G....................................... 154.........................5.7 1994-95 Brian Pearl, G......................................... 99.........................3.7 1993-94 Rob Garner, G....................................... 135.........................5.0 1992-93 Brian Pearl, G....................................... 135.........................4.5 1991-92 Brian Pearl, G....................................... 140.........................4.5 1990-91 Mark Murray, F/G................................... 71.........................2.5 Mark Haughton, G.................................. 63.........................2.5 1989-90 Mark Haughton, G................................ 115.........................4.0 1988-89 Mark Haughton, G................................ 123.........................4.4 1987-88 #Taurence Chisholm, G.......................... 203.........................7.5 1986-87 #Taurence Chisholm, G.......................... 220.........................7.9 1985-86 #Taurence Chisholm, G.................... 230........................8.5 1984-85 Taurence Chisholm, G............................ 224.........................8.0 1983-84 Jon Chamberlain, G............................... 164.........................6.3 1982-83 John Staudenmayer, G.......................... 168.........................6.7 1981-82 #John Staudenmayer, G........................ 185.........................7.1 1980-81 #Tom Campbell, G................................. 145.........................6.6 1979-80 Tom Campbell, G................................... 113.........................4.2 1978-79 Rick Meccariello, G................................ 115.........................4.3 1977-78 Rick Meccariello, G................................ 113.........................5.2 1976-77 Mark Mancini, G..................................... 94.........................3.8 1975-76 Steve Fischer, G....................................... 78.........................3.1 1974-75 Bill Sullivan, G...................................... 166.........................6.6 1973-74 Bill Sullivan, G...................................... 117.........................4.9 1972-73 Bill Sullivan, G........................................ 66.........................3.0 1971-72 Ken Helfand, G..................................... 124.........................4.9 1970-71 Ken Helfand, G....................................... 83.........................3.3 STEALS Year Player Stl. Avg. 2012-13 Jarvis Threatt, G..................................... 54.........................1.8 2011-12 Jarvis Threatt, G..................................... 41.........................1.3 2010-11 Jawan Carter, G...................................... 27.........................0.9 2009-10 Jawan Carter, G...................................... 40.........................1.3 2008-09 Marc Egerson, G...................................... 44.........................1.4 2007-08 Herb Courtney, F..................................... 39.........................1.3 2006-07 Herb Courtney, F..................................... 45.........................1.5 2005-06 #Zaire Taylor, G...................................... 68.........................2.3 2004-05 Andrew Washington, G............................ 44.........................1.4 Mike Slattery, G...................................... 41.........................1.6 2003-04 Mike Slattery, G...................................... 47.........................1.7 2002-03 Ryan Iversen, G...................................... 52.........................1.8 2001-02 Austen Rowland, G.................................. 47.........................1.5 2000-01 Billy Wells, G.......................................... 53.........................1.8 Ryan Iversen, G...................................... 53.........................1.8 1999-00 Billy Wells, G.......................................... 52.........................1.6 1998-99 John Gordon, G....................................... 57.........................1.8 1997-98 Tyrone Perry, G....................................... 54.........................1.8 1995-96 Rob Garner, G......................................... 40.........................1.5

Brian Johnson led the Blue Hens in assists in each of his first three seasons at Delaware.

Greg Smith is the only player in America East history to lead in scoring, rebounding and field goal percentage in the same season.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL BLUE HEN RECORDS 1996-97 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

John Bennett shot a school-record 65.4 percent from the field during the 1998-1999 season.

Jawan Carter led the Blue Hens in three-pointers made during all three of his seasons in Newark from 2008-11.

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Tyrone Perry, G....................................... 62.........................2.0 Brian Pearl, G......................................... 30.........................1.1 Rob Garner, G......................................... 56.........................2.1 Kevin Blackhurst, G................................. 51.........................1.7 Brian Pearl, G......................................... 50.........................1.6 Mark Murray, F/G................................... 44.........................1.5 Kevin Blackhurst, G................................. 38.........................1.5 Renard Johnson...................................... 51.........................1.8 Mark Haughton, G.................................. 38.........................1.4 Renard Johnson, G.................................. 30.........................1.4 Taurence Chisholm, G.............................. 74.........................2.7 Taurence Chisholm, G.........................84........................3.0 Taurence Chisholm, G.............................. 63.........................2.3 Taurence Chisholm, G.............................. 77.........................2.8 Jon Chamberlain, G................................. 49.........................1.9 John Staudenmayer, G............................ 30.........................1.2 Ken Luck, F............................................. 47.........................1.8 Ken Luck, F............................................. 49.........................2.0 Ken Luck, F............................................. 47.........................1.7 Mark Mancini, G..................................... 43.........................1.6

BLOCKED SHOTS Year Player Blk. Avg. 2012-13 #Jamelle Hagins, F.................................. 80.........................2.4 2011-12 Jamelle Hagins, F.................................... 95.........................3.0 2010-11 #Jamelle Hagins, F.................................. 87.........................3.0 2009-10 Jamelle Hagins, F.................................... 30.........................1.0 2008-09 Jim Ledsome, F....................................... 52.........................1.6 2007-08 Herb Courtney, F..................................... 43.........................1.4 2006-07 Herb Courtney, F..................................... 54.........................1.7 2005-06 Harding Nana, F..................................... 38.........................1.3 2004-05 Harding Nana, F..................................... 42.........................1.4 2003-04 Robin Wentt, F........................................ 24.........................0.9 2002-03 Calvin Smith, F........................................ 39.........................1.3 2001-02 Maurice Sessoms, F................................. 22.........................0.7 2000-01 #Ajmal Basit, F........................................ 81.........................2.7 1999-00 #Ndongo Ndiaye, C............................99.........................3.1 1998-99 #John Bennett, C.................................... 93.........................3.0 1997-98 John Bennett, C...................................... 40.........................1.3 1996-97 Peca Arsic, F........................................... 12.........................0.4 1995-96 Patrick Evans, C...................................... 43.........................1.6 1994-95 Bruce McCullough, G............................... 16.........................0.6 1993-94 Matt Strine, F/C...................................... 21.........................0.8 1992-93 #Spencer Dunkley, C.......................... 96........................3.2 1991-92 Spencer Dunkley, C................................. 44.........................1.4 1990-91 Spencer Dunkley, C................................. 35.........................1.5 1989-90 #Denard Montgomery, C......................... 38.........................1.3 1988-89 Ted Williams, C........................................ 28.........................1.3 1987-88 Steve Jennings, C.................................... 16.........................0.6 1986-87 O.J. Gumbs, C......................................... 20.........................0.8 1985-86 Steve Jennings, C.................................... 10.........................0.4 1984-85 Barry Berger, F....................................... 23.........................0.8 1983-84 Brian Angielski, F.................................... 22.........................0.8 1982-83 Brian Angielski, F.................................... 21.........................0.8 1981-82 Tim Carr, C.............................................. 16.........................0.6 1980-81 Pete Mullenberg, C.................................. 34.........................1.4 1979-80 Pete Mullenberg, C.................................. 34.........................1.2 1978-79 Pete Mullenberg, C.................................. 38.........................1.4 FIELD GOAL PCT. (100 attempts) Year Player FG-A Pct. 2012-13 Jamelle Hagins, F........................... 148-271...................... .546 2011-12 Jamelle Hagins, F........................... 155-283...................... .548 2010-11 Josh Brinkley, F............................... 57-118...................... .483 2009-10 Adam Pegg, F.................................. 62-133...................... .466 2008-09 Jim Ledsome, F............................ 75-108.................... .694 2007-08 Herb Courtney, F............................ 153-345...................... .443 2006-07 Zaire Taylor, G................................. 51-111...................... .459 2005-06 Andrew Washington, G..................... 56-113...................... .496 2004-05 Harding Nana, F............................ 200-441...................... .454 Raphael Madera, C........................... 59-130...................... .454 2003-04 Robin Wentt, F................................. 64-136...................... .471 2002-03 Calvin Smith, F................................. 60-130...................... .462 2001-02 Mike Ames, G................................ 127-283...................... .449

2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54 1952-53 1951-52 1950-51 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 1945-46 1944-45

Maurice Sessoms, F.......................... 81-146...................... .555 Madou Diouf, G/F............................ 77-142...................... .542 John Bennett, C............................... 89-136...................... .654 Darryl Presley, F............................ 151-279...................... .541 #Greg Smith, F............................... 241-396...................... .609 #Greg Smith, F............................... 159-359...................... .614 #Greg Smith, F............................... 120-191...................... .628 Greg Smith, F................................. 101-181...................... .558 Spencer Dunkley, C........................ 191-371...................... .515 Spencer Dunkley, C........................ 127-231...................... .550 Alex Coles, F.................................. 168-309...................... .544 Den. Montgomery, F....................... 120-227...................... .529 Ted Williams, C................................. 67-111...................... .604 Steve Jennings, C............................. 78-146...................... .534 Steve Jennings, C............................. 85-164...................... .518 John Weber, F................................ 100-181...................... .553 Barry Berger, F.............................. 128-237...................... .540 Brian Angielski, F............................. 86-166...................... .518 Tim Carr, C..................................... 125-214...................... .584 Ken Dill, G....................................... 95-174...................... .546 Ken Luck, F.................................... 234-440...................... .532 Ken Luck, F.................................... 150-280...................... .536 Ken Luck, F...................................... 79-135...................... .585 Brian Downie, F............................. 142-256...................... .554 Tom Carluccio, F............................. 115-203...................... .567 Steve Schlachter, C........................... 97-183...................... .530 Dennis Purcell, F............................ 107-207...................... .516 Bob Nack, G.................................. 124-268...................... .462 Bob Nack, G.................................. 105-216...................... .486 Sherwood Purnell, F......................... 70-128...................... .547 Lee Swayze, F................................ 171-390...................... .438 Bernard Lane, F............................. 124-255...................... .486 Loren Pratt, F................................. 110-231...................... .476 Loren Pratt, F................................. 102-198...................... .515 Kenn Barnett, G............................. 126-229...................... .550 John Himes, F................................ 145-308...................... .471 John Himes, F................................ 110-252...................... .437 Ron Smith, F.................................... 90-190...................... .473 Pete Cloud, F................................. 108-237...................... .460 Dave Sysko, F................................ 131-272...................... .482 Bill Wagamon, F............................... 59-125...................... .472 Chuck Hamilton, C.......................... 118-290...................... .407 Frank Wickes, F............................. 176-384...................... .458 Frank Wickes, F............................. 160-338...................... .473 Skip Crawford, G............................ 169-321...................... .526 Jack Waddington, C........................ 138-285...................... .484 Jack Waddington, C.......................... 89-211...................... .422 Jack Waddington, C.......................... 56-136...................... .412 Richard Evans, F............................... 48-113...................... .424 Skip Crawford, G.............................. 93-192...................... .484 Jim Kruzinski, F............................. 101-256...................... .395 Jim Kruzinski, F............................... 61-158...................... .386 Not Available Not Available Not Available Richard Grossman............................ 57-191...................... .300 Newell Duncan................................. 77-291...................... .265

FREE THROW PCT. (40 attempts) Year Player FT-A Pct. 2012-13 Devon Saddler, G........................... 168-205........................820 2011-12 Jarvis Threatt, G............................ 130-159...................... .818 2010-11 Jawan Carter, G............................. 144-170...................... .847 2009-10 Jawan Carter, G............................. 171-212...................... .807 2008-09 Jawan Carter, G............................. 137-176...................... .778 2007-08 Marc Egerson, G............................... 94-118...................... .797 2006-07 Calvin Cannon, G............................... 51-59...................... .864 2005-06 Calvin Cannon, G............................... 44-51...................... .863 2004-05 Andrew Washington, G................... 120-162...................... .741 2003-04 Mike Ames, G.................................. 84-101........................832 2002-03 #Mike Ames, G.................................. 59-66...................... .894 2001-02 Ryan Iversen, G................................. 60-71...................... .845 2000-01 Greg Miller........................................ 39-46...................... .848 1999-00 Greg Miller, G................................ 46-48.................... .958

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL BLUE HEN RECORDS 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54 1952-53 1951-52 1950-51 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 1945-46 1944-45

Kestutis Marciulionis,G..................... 91-110...................... .827 Tyrone Perry, G.................................. 44-56...................... .786 Peca Arsic, F...................................... 54-63...................... .857 Greg Smith, F................................. 110-136...................... .809 Patrick Evans, C................................. 80-97...................... .825 Brian Pearl, G.................................. 85-113...................... .752 Brian Pearl, G................................ 101-120...................... .842 Ricky Deadwyler, G............................ 39-46...................... .848 Mark Murray, F.............................. 103-137...................... .752 Mark Haughton, G............................. 47-56...................... .832 Mark Murray, F.................................. 69-87...................... .793 Barry Berger, F.................................. 66-78...................... .846 Tony Tucker, G................................... 50-61...................... .820 Oscar Jones, F................................ 144-184...................... .783 Oscar Jones, F................................ 133-167...................... .796 Jon Chamberlain, G............................ 52-63...................... .825 Tim Carr, C....................................... 94-129...................... .729 Ken Luck, F...................................... 97-126...................... .770 Ken Dill, G......................................... 33-40...................... .825 Tim Tompkins, G................................ 38-42...................... .905 Mark Mancini, G................................ 41-49...................... .837 Rick Meccariello, G............................. 74-91...................... .813 Dennis Purcell, G................................ 40-46...................... .870 Dennis Purcell, G................................ 39-45...................... .867 #Dennis Purcell, G.............................. 46-49...................... .938 #Jim Skedzielewski, F........................ 42-49...................... .857 Bill Sullivan, G................................... 40-47...................... .851 Bob Nack, G.................................... 85-109...................... .779 Lee Swayze, F................................ 136-188...................... .723 Dave Hottenstein, F............................ 39-54...................... .722 Steve Jackson, G................................ 75-96...................... .781 Vic Orth, G......................................... 37-48...................... .771 Charles Parnell, F............................. 83-108...................... .769 Vic Orth, G......................................... 46-61...................... .754 John Himes, G................................... 56-88...................... .636 Pete Cloud, F................................... 79-103...................... .767 Nate Cloud, C................................... 93-132...................... .704 John Barry, G.................................... 33-44...................... .750 Jack Baly, G..................................... 79-100...................... .790 Jack Baly, G....................................... 66-94...................... .702 John Barry, G.................................... 34-50...................... .680 Frank Wickes, F............................... 68-101...................... .673 Frank Wickes, F................................. 61-83...................... .735 Jim Smith, G.................................... 84-117...................... .718 Clyde Louth, G................................... 34-42...................... .810 Frank White, F................................... 67-87...................... .770 Frank White, F................................. 92-117...................... .786 Richard Goldberg, C........................... 31-42...................... .738 John Buechele ................................ 27-41...................... .658 Jim McFadden ................................... 29-46...................... .690 Jim McFadden ................................... 49-66...................... .742 Not Available Not Available Joseph Mackey.................................. 29-44...................... .659 Newell Duncan................................... 50-90...................... .555

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE (Second player is pct. leader if different) Year Player 3FG-A Pct. 2012-13 Kyle Anderson, G............................. 62-184...................... .337 2011-12 Kyle Anderson, G............................. 68-200...................... .340 2010-11 Jawan Carter, G............................... 84-221...................... .380 2009-10 Jawan Carter, G............................... 74-227...................... .326 2008-09 Jawan Carter, G............................... 62-187...................... .332 Brian Johnson, G.............................. 39-100...................... .390 2007-08 Brian Johnson, G.............................. 40-101...................... .396 2006-07 Sam McMahon, G............................. 50-114...................... .439 2005-06 Calvin Cannon, G............................. 59-173...................... .341 Rulon Washington, G........................ 53-134...................... .396 2004-05 Rulon Washington, G........................ 60-174...................... .345 Mike Slattery, G................................. 24-69...................... .348 2003-04 Mike Ames, G.................................. 63-158...................... .399 2002-03 Mike Ames, G.............................73-209...................... .349

Ryan Iversen, G............................... 45-126...................... .357 2001-02 #Mike Ames, G................................ 73-160...................... .456 2000-01 Billy Wells, G................................... 74-175...................... .423 1999-00 Kestutis Marciulionis, G.................... 75-205...................... .366 Billy Wells, G..................................... 38-97...................... .392 1998-99 John Gordon, G........................... 86-186.................... .462 1997-98 Tyrone Perry, G................................ 61-149...................... .409 1996-97 Peca Arsic, F.................................... 68-191...................... .356 1995-96 Peca Arsic, F.................................... 78-179...................... .436 1994-95 Peca Arsic, F.................................... 56-132...................... .424 1993-94 #Robbie Johnson, F.......................... 77-163...................... .442 1992-93 Ricky Deadwyler, G.......................... 38-102...................... .373 1991-92 Ricky Deadwyler, G............................ 38-89...................... .427 1990-91 Kevin Blackhurst, G............................ 28-85...................... .329 Ricky Deadwyler, G............................ 26-70...................... .371 1989-90 Mark Haughton, G........................... 47-127...................... .370 Kevin Blackhurst, G............................ 24-53...................... .453 1988-89 Mark Haughton, G............................. 37-95...................... .390 1987-88 Tony Tucker, G................................. 48-109...................... .440 1986-87 Brad Heckert, G................................. 35-90...................... .389 Taurence Chisholm, G......................... 19-45...................... .422 # led conference in category

Blue Hen Team Statistical Conference Leaders

(Records incomplete before 1974-75) Team Leaders 2012-13 Scoring.....................................................69.0 Free Throw Pct..........................................75.4 Defensive Rebounds.................................26.1 2011-12 Defensive Rebounds.................................26.8 2004-05 Defensive Rebounds.................................24.7 2003-04 Defensive Rebounds.................................26.0 2000-01 Three-Point Field Goals...............................8.4 Three-Point Pct........................................ .384 Blocked Shots.............................................5.2 1999-00 Free Throw Pct......................................... .753 Scoring.....................................................76.5 Blocked Shots.............................................5.5 1998-99 Field Goal Pct. Defense............................ .408 1996-97 Scoring.....................................................75.0 Rebound Margin...................................... +4.5 Free Throw Pct......................................... .749 1995-96 Field Goal Pct.......................................... .480 Free Throw Pct......................................... .740 1994-95 Free Throw Pct......................................... .737 1993-94 Three-Point Pct........................................ .377 1992-93 Rebounding..............................................42.0 Field Goal Pct. Defense............................ .417 1991-92 Scoring.....................................................81.3 Rebounding..............................................42.0 Rebound Margin...................................... +8.3 Field Goal Pct.......................................... .483 1990-91 Rebounding..............................................41.8 1989-90 Scoring Margin........................................ +4.3 Scoring Defense........................................67.9 Rebounding..............................................38.5 Field Goal Pct. Defense............................ .435 1988-89 Field Goal Pct. Defense............................ .431 1987-88 Rebounding..............................................38.3 Field Goal Pct. Defense............................ .436 1985-86 Scoring.....................................................74.9 1984-85 Free Throw Pct......................................... .745 1976-77 Free Throw Pct......................................... .758 1963-64 Scoring Offense........................................75.9

2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2006-07 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1990-91 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1981-82 1980-81 1974-75

Individual Leaders Devon Saddler (Scoring).................... 19.9 ppg Jamelle Hagins (Blocks)....................... 2.4 bpg Jamelle Hagins (Rebounds).................11.1 rpg Jamelle Hagins (Defensive Rebounds)...8.4 rpg Jamelle Hagins (Blocks)....................... 3.0 bpg Jawan Carter (Minutes)..................... 39.2 mpg Marc Egerson (Rebounds)...................10.3 rpg Marc Egerson (Defensive Rebounds)......8.6 rpg Marc Egerson (Minutes).................... 36.4 mpg Heb Courtney (Defensive Rebounds).....6.3 rpg Harding Nana (Scoring)..................... 18.5 ppg Harding Nana (Rebounds)..................10.4 rpg Mike Slattery (Assists).......................... 6.5 apg Harding Nana (Defensive Rebounds).....8.0 rpg Mike Slattery (Assists).......................... 5.9 apg Mike Slattery (Assists).......................... 6.2 apg Mike Ames (Free Throw Percentage)....... .894 Ajmal Basit (Rebounding).....................9.6 rpg Ajmal Basit (Blocks)............................. 2.7 bpg Ndongo Ndiaye (Block)........................ 3.1 bpg Mike Pegues (Scoring)....................... 21.8 ppg John Bennett (Rebounding)..................8.4 rpg John Bennett (Block)........................... 3.0 bpg Greg Smith (Scoring)......................... 21.3 ppg Greg Smith (Rebounding)...................11.0 rpg Greg Smith (Field Goal Percentage).......... .609 Greg Smith (Field Goal Percentage).......... .613 Greg Smith (Field Goal Percentage).......... .628 Robbie Johnson (3-Point Percentage)...... .442 Spencer Dunkley (Blocks).................... 3.2 bpg Spencer Dunkley (Rebounds)................8.9 rpg Taurence Chisholm (Assists).................. 7.5 apg Taurence Chisholm (Assists).................. 7.9 apg Oscar Jones (Scoring)........................ 20.2 ppg Taurence Chisholm (Assists).................. 8.5 apg John Staudenmayer (Assists)................ 7.1 apg Tom Campbell (Assists)........................ .6.6 apg Dennis Purcell (Free Throw Percentage)... .938

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Samuel Saunders

Head Coach • 1905-06 3-4-1 (.438)

ALL-TIME RESULTS Mar. 10 Mar. 11

at Temple ..........................................................L 33-37 at Franklin & Marshall..........................................L 9-14 at Bucknell.........................................................L 14-28

1905-06 (3-4-1)

William J. McAvoy

Head Coach: Samuel Saunders Captain: Marcus A. Robin Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 13 #Pennsylvania Medical........................................L 18-32 Jan. 19 Jefferson Medical............................................. W 42-11 Jan. 26 Philadelphia Pharmacy..................................... W 19-17 Feb. 7 at Pennsylvania Military................................... W 26-11 Feb. 8 at Bucknell.........................................................L 13-41 Feb. 10 at Millersville......................................................T 18-18 Swarthmore........................................................L 13-66 Pennsylvania Medical..........................................L 16-32 # 1st Game at Wilmington Opera House

1906-07 (6-5)

Head Coach: None on record Captain: Carleton B. Shaffer Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 27 #Philadelphia Pharmacy..................................... W 52-7 Dec. 5 Temple ............................................................ W 54-21 Dec. 12 Pennsylvania Medical.......................................... W 55-9 Dec. 19 Yale...................................................................L 11-25 Jan. 10 at Swarthmore....................................................L 14-32 Jan. 11 Medico-Chi....................................................... W 35-11 Jan. 17 at Millersville......................................................L 25-28 Jan. 18 at Bucknell...........................................................L 4-34 Jan. 26 Swarthmore........................................................L 18-20 Feb. 4 Philadelphia Dental............................................ W 35-3 Feb. 16 Millersville.......................................................... W 36-6 # 1st Game at Taylor Gym

1907-08 (5-6) Head Coach: None on record Captain: J.E. Newman Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 10 Maryland........................................................... W 52-3 Jan. 15 at Pennsylvania Military................................... W 62-24 Jan. 18 Swarthmore........................................................L 17-26 Jan. 30 at Rutgers....................................................... W 32-30 Feb. 8 Millersville....................................................... W 32-21 Feb. 10 at Swarthmore................................................... L 14-45 Feb. 13 Penn State..........................................................L 19-26 Feb. 15 Rutgers............................................................ W 63-28 Mar. 5 at Millersville......................................................L 22-35 Mar. 6 at Penn State......................................................L 11-47 Mar. 7 at Bucknell.........................................................L 10-35

1908-09 (4-7) Head Coach: None on record Captain: Edward McGarvey Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 9 All - Collegians.................................................. W 27-23 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 24-37 Jan. 22 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 44-25 Jan. 30 at Navy................................................................L 9-48 Jan. 31 at Baltimore Medical...........................................L 18-51 Feb. 6 Brownson......................................................... W 37-18 Feb. 12 at New York University.........................................L 5-50 Feb. 20 Lehigh.............................................................. W 23-19

Head Coach 1909-18

1912-13 (1-6) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: W.A. Sawdon Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 15 Drexel................................................................L 30-33 Jan. 18 Pratt Institute.....................................................L 15-16 Jan. 24 St. John’s............................................................L 16-36 Feb. 7 Gettysburg....................................................... W 17-16 Feb. 12 Philadelphia Pharmacy.......................................L 20-33 Feb. 15 at Mount St. Mary’s............................................L 17-37 Feb. 20 Catholic..............................................................L 15-50

44-57 (.436)

1909-10 (5-7) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: C.G. Haley Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 22 All - Collegiate.................................................. W 54-16 Jan. 7 at Manhattan.....................................................L 24-27 Jan. 8 at St. John’s........................................................L 13-54 Jan. 12 Temple............................................................. W 30-14 Jan. 14 Manhattan....................................................... W 34-19 Jan. 22 Susquehanna.................................................... W 45-15 Jan. 29 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 25-55 Feb. 5 Medico-Chi.........................................................L 30-55 Feb. 12 at Navy................................................................L 5-51 Feb. 19 Lebanon Valley................................................... W 80-6 Feb. 23 at Lehigh............................................................L 16-54 Mar. 3 at Franklin & Marshall........................................L 13-21

1910-11 (7-6) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: Liston A. Houston Date Opponent / Site Result Philadelphia Pharmacy....................................... W 44-9 Jan. 11 Loyola College.................................................. W 25-24 at Temple......................................................... W 46-12 Jan. 18 Pennsylvania......................................................L 14-31 Jan. 19 Moravian......................................................... W 45-11 Feb. 4 Maryland......................................................... W 23-11 Feb. 10 at Manhattan.....................................................L 12-56 Feb. 17 Franklin & Marshall............................................L 23-31 Feb. 18 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 24-51 Feb. 24 at Gettysburg.....................................................L 14-35 Feb. 25 at Mount St. Mary’s............................................L 14-24 Mar. 4 Albright............................................................ W 32-25 Mar. 8 Medico-Chi....................................................... W 35-19

1911-12 (2-10) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: C.W. Sawin Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 10 Philadelphia Pharmacy..................................... W 36-13 Jan. 13 Drexel................................................................L 24-28 Jan. 20 at Franklin & Marshall........................................L 15-42 Feb. 3 Lehigh................................................................L 18-52 Feb. 6 Loyola College......................................................L 6-19 Feb. 17 at Catholic..........................................................L 20-42 Feb. 21 Catholic..............................................................L 17-40 Feb. 24 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 16-26 Feb. 28 Lebanon Valley................................................. W 20-13 Mar. 1 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 13-25 Mar. 2 at CC of New York.................................................L 8-56 Mar. 6 St. John’s............................................................L 16-33

1913-14 (3-6) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: Robert Weimer Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 16 Susquehanna......................................................L 14-26 Jan. 21 Drexel..................................................................L 9-10 Jan. 22 Temple............................................................. W 20-17 Feb. 11 at Washington College.........................................L 11-32 Feb. 20 Washington College............................................L 14-22 Feb. 26 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 23-46 Feb. 28 at St. John’s College............................................L 19-20 Mar. 6 St. John’s College.............................................. W 30-23 Mar. 11 Philadelphia Pharmacy....................................... W 30-9

1914-15 (5-7) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: W.F. Cann Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 13 Temple.................................................................L 9-31 Jan. 15 Baltimore Poly HS............................................... W 29-6 Jan. 22 at Swarthmore....................................................L 17-41 Feb. 6 St. John’s............................................................L 17-19 Feb. 12 New York University of Law............................... W 33-14 Feb. 17 at Drexel............................................................L 21-35 Feb. 19 at Crescent Club..................................................L 15-29 Feb. 20 at CC of New York...............................................L 18-33 Feb. 23 Drexel.............................................................. W 32-18 Mar. 5 Susquehanna.................................................... W 27-24 Mar. 12 at Washington College.........................................L 17-24 Mar. 19 Washington College.......................................... W 29-16

1915-16 (7-4) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: G.P. Doherty Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 14 Baltimore Poly HS............................................. W 42-16 Jan. 22 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 29-39 Jan. 25 Philadelphia Pharmacy..................................... W 26-10 Feb. 2 Swarthmore........................................................L 17-28 Feb. 4 Drexel.............................................................. W 28-24 Feb. 10 at Richmond..................................................... W 22-14 Feb. 12 at William & Mary............................................ W 35-30 Feb. 13 at Randolph Macon.............................................L 19-22 Mar. 1 George Washington.......................................... W 19-15 Mar. 2 Susquehanna.................................................... W 42-22 Mar. 4 at St. John’s........................................................L 26-41

1916-17 (8-6) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: D. Horsey Date Dec. 16 Jan. 6

Opponent / Site Result at Pratt Institute.................................................L 24-31 Philadelphia Pharmacy..................................... W 27-19

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1917-18 (5-6)

Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: D. Horsey Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 14 at Stevens Institute.............................................L 14-35 Dec. 15 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 17-39 Jan. 9 Philadelphia Osteopathic................................... W 29-11 Jan. 11 Lebanon Valley................................................. W 31-20 Drexel.............................................................. W 35-20 Feb. 1 Moravian................................................... L 26-27 (OT) Feb. 9 at St. John’s ..................................................... W 45-14 Feb. 13 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 27-17 Feb. 21 Lafayette...........................................................L 23-25 Feb. 23 Ursinus...............................................................L 30-33 Feb. 27 Swarthmore........................................................L 19-25

Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 53-17 Muhlenberg...................................................... W 36-24 Gettysburg....................................................... W 28-19 Dickinson......................................................... W 41-19 Franklin & Marsall............................................ W 32-28 Pennsylvania......................................................L 21-27 Virginia Tech..................................................... W 26-21 Swarthmore...................................................... W 33-20

1920-21 (10-7) Head Coach: Howard B. Shipley Captain: Howard B. Alexander Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 3 Union.................................................................L 11-23 Jan. 7 at Rutgers..........................................................L 24-45 Jan. 8 at Stevens..........................................................L 25-35 Jan. 13 Carnegie Tech................................................... W 35-27 Jan. 14 St. John’s.......................................................... W 47-18 Jan. 15 George Washington.......................................... W 35-20 Jan. 22 Ursinus...............................................................L 22-26 Jan. 27 Polytechnic NY.................................................. W 28-18 Jan. 29 at Navy............................................................ W 22-19 Feb. 3 Roanoke.......................................................... W 52-16 Feb. 4 Gettysburg....................................................... W 31-28 Feb. 12 Haverford........................................................ W 22-11 Feb. 14 Virginia Tech.............................................W 2-0 (forfeit) Feb. 18 Muhlenberg...................................................... W 45-13 Feb. 19 at Lafayette........................................................L 13-21 Feb. 21 at Virginia..........................................................L 21-28 Feb. 26 at Pennsylvania............................................................L 13-44

1921-22 (4-8)

Howard B. Shipley Head Coach 1918-22 35-19 (.648)

1918-19 (8-2) Head Coach: Howard B. Shipley Captain: H.W. Marston Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 11 Ursinus............................................................. W 29-27 Jan. 18 at Pennsylvania Military................................... W 43-13 Jan. 29 at Lehigh............................................................L 24-26 Jan. 31 Muhlenberg...................................................... W 33-16 Feb. 8 Haverford........................................................ W 48-20 Feb. 12 at Pennsylvania..................................................L 19-30 Feb. 14 Bucknell........................................................... W 35-32 Feb. 15 St. John’s (NY).................................................. W 51-19 Feb. 19 Dickinson......................................................... W 40-19 Feb. 21 Swarthmore.................................................................W 22-19

1919-20 (13-2)

Head Coach: Howard B. Shipley Captain: Francis B. Carter Date Opponent / Site Result Navy................................................................ W 34-19 Catholic ............................................................. W 31-8 Stevens............................................................ W 25-23 Lafayette......................................................... W 27-19 Ursinus............................................................... W 40-3 Georgetown........................................................L 26-40 Haverford........................................................ W 27-18

Head Coach: Howard B. Shipley Captain: F.K. Wills Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 5 Hahnemann University..................................... W 30-19 Jan. 7 at West Point......................................................L 11-40 Jan. 12 Albright............................................................ W 30-26 Jan. 18 at Navy..............................................................L 13-37 Jan. 20 at Haverford.................................................... W 25-24 Jan. 25 at Pennsylvania..................................................L 17-37 Feb. 10 Swarthmore........................................................L 14-22 Feb. 16 Washington & Jefferson......................................L 19-28 Feb. 18 Polytechnic NY.................................................. W 24-15 Feb. 21 Muhlenberg........................................................L 19-22 Mar. 3 Bucknell.............................................................L 16-36 Mar. 7 at Princeton..................................................................L 14-27

Feb. 23 Lebanon Valley................................................. W 19-17 Mar. 1 Ursinus............................................................. W 32-23 Mar. 7 Western Maryland............................................ W 29-18

1923-24 (6-8) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: W.D. McKelvie Date Opponent / Site Result Temple...............................................................L 25-26 Haverford........................................................ W 41-22 Army..................................................................L 22-44 Pratt Institute.....................................................L 18-21 Polytechnic NY.................................................. W 24-18 Navy..................................................................L 17-33 Dickinson......................................................... W 24-23 Washington & Lee...............................................L 18-25 Roanoke.......................................................... W 40-32 Virginia Military Institute....................................L 17-24 George Washington ......................................... W 45-21 Ursinus............................................................. W 24-19 Drexel................................................................L 20-22 Swarthmore..................................................................L 24-28

1924-25 (1-12)

Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: W.J. Jackson Date Opponent / Site Result Temple...............................................................L 15-19 Haverford........................................................ W 40-34 Army..................................................................L 22-40 Pratt Institute.....................................................L 18-31 Polytechnic NY....................................................L 26-27 Franklin & Marshall............................................L 14-33 Fordham............................................................L 19-50 Lehigh................................................................L 17-56 Ursinus...............................................................L 17-39 Drexel................................................................L 28-38 Navy..................................................................L 26-38 Swarthmore..............................................................L ?? Gettysburg.................................................................. L 30-42

Frank Forstburg Head Coach 1925-27

William J. McAvoy

6-23 (.207)

Head Coach • 1922-25 14-26 (.350) 1922-23 (7-6) Head Coach: William J. McAvoy Captain: J.D. Williams Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 21 Philadelphia Dental.......................................... W 21-14 Jan. 5 at Polytechnic NY................................................L 11-16 Jan. 6 at Army..............................................................L 11-37 Jan. 10 at Pennsylvania....................................................L 7-37 Feb. 9 Gettysburg.........................................................L 20-44 Feb. 10 Muhlenburg.............................................. W 35-29 (OT) Feb. 12 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 23-18 Feb. 14 at Navy..............................................................L 28-44 Feb. 16 at Swarthmore....................................................L 21-24 Feb. 17 Haverford........................................................ W 34-23

1925-26 (1-12) Head Coach: Frank Forstburg Captain: Vic Lichtenstein Date Opponent / Site Result Temple...............................................................L 23-29 Jan. 7 at Dickinson.......................................................L 20-32 Jan. 12 at Ursinus...........................................................L 19-23 Drexel.............................................................. W 25-15 Swarthmore........................................................L 20-24 Haverford..........................................................L 21-27 Feb. 10 Davis & Elkins....................................................L 25-35 Dickinson...........................................................L 15-20 Feb. 20 at Franklin & Marshall........................................L 28-32 Polytechnic NY....................................................L 26-30 Feb. 26 at St. John’s........................................................L 33-38

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Stevens..............................................................L 24-39 Haverford....................................................................L 18-22

1926-27 (5-11)

Head Coach: Frank Forstburg Captain: Fred Creamer Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 10 Philadelphia Textile........................................... W 28-19 Dec. 16 Philadelphia Osteopathic.................................... W 29-?? Dec. 22 at George Washington.........................................L 28-29 Jan. 7 Western Maryland............................................ W 34-15 Jan. 12 at Army............................................................. L 19-23 Jan. 14 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 17-21 Jan. 22 at Drexel............................................................L 21-23 Jan. 25 St. John’s.......................................................... W 32-13 Feb. 15 #Mount St. Mary’s..............................................L 16-29 Feb. 17 at St. John’s...................................................... W 22-14 Feb. 22 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 32-33 Feb. 25 Swarthmore........................................................L 18-26 Mar. 1 Franklin & Marshall............................................L 15-18 Mar. 5 at Haverford......................................................L 29-38 Mar. 8 at Western Maryland..........................................L 27-34 Mar. 10 Ursinus.........................................................................L 30-39 # Played at Wilmington, Del.

J.J. Rothrock Head Coach • 1927-30 17-33 (.340)

ALL-TIME RESULTS Feb. 18 Philadelphia Osteopathic................................... W 35-23 Feb. 21 Ursinus............................................................. W 31-30 Feb. 23 Polytechnic NY....................................................L 21-24 Feb. 26 at Haverford......................................................L 23-28 Mar. 2 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 50-23 Mar. 6 Saint Joseph’s..............................................................W 24-23

1929-30 (5-14)

Head Coach: J.J. Rothrock Captain: A. Barton Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 7 Philadelphia Osteopathic.....................................L 18-25 Dec. 11 at Lafayette........................................................L 23-30 Dec. 17 University of Baltimore.......................................L 23-37 Dec. 18 William & Mary..................................................L 22-38 Jan. 8 at George Washington.........................................L 14-16 Jan. 9 at Army..............................................................L 20-51 Jan. 10 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 20-26 Jan. 11 at Polytechnic NY................................................L 17-30 Jan. 18 at Johns Hopkins................................................L 25-34 Feb. 4 Saint Joseph’s.....................................................L 14-33 Feb. 8 at Swarthmore....................................................L 26-36 Feb. 12 Pennsylvania Military.........................................L 28-29 Feb. 18 Drexel.............................................................. W 24-22 Feb. 22 Mount St. Mary’s................................................L 15-27 Feb. 26 Haverford........................................................ W 23-18 Feb. 27 at Moravian..................................................... W 40-30 Feb. 28 at Susquehanna................................................ W 31-30 Feb. 29 at Ursinus...........................................................L 34-36 Mar. 4 George Washington.......................................... W 42-28

Gerald P. Doherty

1927-28 (5-11)

Head Coach 1930-37

Head Coach: J.J. Rothrock Captain: Fred Creamer Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 13 St. John’s College ...............................................L 39-41 Jan. 17 Philadelphia Osteopathic.....................................L 33-34 Jan. 20 Gallaudet......................................................... W 39-24 Jan. 24 Drexel.............................................................. W 34-33 Jan. 25 at Navy..............................................................L 23-31 Feb. 7 at Franklin & Marshall........................................L 32-42 Feb. 15 at Temple...........................................................L 23-45 Feb. 16 at Manhattan ....................................................L 23-45 Feb. 17 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 22-24 Feb. 18 at Army..............................................................L 20-50 Feb. 21 Philadelphia Textile........................................... W 37-22 Feb. 23 Saint Joseph’s................................................... W 31-19 Feb. 25 at Swarthmore.................................................. W 28-25 Feb. 28 at Ursinus...........................................................L 44-45 Feb. 29 at Washington College.........................................L 23-49 Mar. 3 Haverford..........................................................L 25-32

1928-29 (7-8) Head Coach: J.J. Rothrock Captain: J. Jacquette Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 18 University of Baltimore.......................................L 20-32 Jan. 10 Moravian......................................................... W 45-12 Jan. 12 Pratt Institute................................................... W 33-28 Jan. 16 at Drexel............................................................L 26-34 Jan. 19 Mount St. Mary’s................................................L 16-35 Jan. 23 at Army..............................................................L 21-40 Feb. 9 Swarthmore...................................................... W 19-16 Feb. 12 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 27-41 Feb. 15 Susquehanna......................................................L 15-16

43-64-1 (.402)

1931-32 (12-4) Head Coach: Gerald P. Doherty Captain: John Roman Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 5 Philadelphia Textile........................................... W 48-27 Dec. 12 La Salle............................................................ W 33-25 Dec. 15 Hampden-Sydney............................................. W 34-25 Jan. 6 West Chester..................................................... W 26-24 Jan. 8 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 19-25 Jan. 9 at Stevens........................................................ W 35-30 Jan. 12 University of Baltimore..................................... W 35-33 Jan. 15 at Swarthmore....................................................L 37-51 Feb. 5 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 27-46 Feb. 9 Philadelphia Osteopathic................................... W 43-21 Feb. 13 Susquehanna.................................................... W 40-28 Feb. 17 Saint Joseph’s................................................... W 35-28 Feb. 19 Wake Forest..................................................... W 30-25 Feb. 23 at Mount St. Mary’s.......................................... W 38-24 Feb. 26 Haverford........................................................ W 36-19 Mar. 3 at Upsala........................................................... L 29-30

1932-33 (9-7) Head Coach: Gerald P. Doherty Captains: Sidney Kaufman, F.J. Haggerty Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 12 Hampden-Sydney............................................. W 36-29 Dec. 16 Saint Joseph’s................................................... W 35-24 Jan. 7 University of Baltimore..................................... W 34-29 Jan. 9 at West Chester...................................................L 20-22 Jan. 13 Moravian......................................................... W 46-27 Jan. 18 at Washington College.........................................L 23-37 Jan. 21 at Drexel.......................................................... W 40-26 Feb. 10 at Pratt Institute............................................... W 35-27 Feb. 11 at Stevens..........................................................L 19-25 Feb. 14 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 21-42 Feb. 18 Pennsylvania Military................................W 40-38 (OT) Feb. 21 at Haverford.................................................... W 36-24 Feb. 24 Washington College............................................L 16-20 Feb. 25 Susquehanna.................................................... W 48-26 Feb. 28 George Washington............................................L 34-52 Mar. 1 La Salle..............................................................L 27-38

1930-31 (6-9)

1933-34 (4-10-1)

Head Coach: Gerald P. Doherty Captain: J. Roman

Head Coach: Gerald P. Doherty Captain: Ralph O’Connell

Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 10 Philadelphia Osteopathic................................... W 38-19 Dec. 16 University of Baltimore..................................... W 57-26 Jan. 7 at Army..............................................................L 28-48 Jan. 8 at Upsala.......................................................... W 44-19 Jan. 9 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 21-27 Jan. 10 at Seton Hall......................................................L 21-28 Jan. 15 Susquehanna.................................................... W 39-38 Jan. 25 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 18-36 Feb. 7 Brooklyn.......................................................... W 22-20 Feb. 10 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 37-22 Feb. 17 Swarthmore........................................................L 19-37 Feb. 22 at Mount St. Mary’s............................................L 14-18 Feb. 25 Haverford..........................................................L 31-35 Feb. 28 Long Island University........................................L 29-32 Mar. 4 at Lehigh......................................................................L 26-32

Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 6 West Chester.......................................................L 19-38 Jan. 10 Hampden-Sydney............................................. W 30-21 Jan. 16 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 17-26 Jan. 17 Haverford........................................................ W 28-19 Jan. 19 at Dickinson.......................................................T 43-43 Feb. 8 Elon...................................................................L 23-45 Feb. 10 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 35-46 Feb. 13 Saint Joseph’s................................................... W 31-26 Feb. 16 Randolph-Macon............................................... W 40-31 Feb. 17 University of Baltimore.......................................L 32-34 Feb. 20 at West Chester...................................................L 22-27 Feb. 22 at Washington College.........................................L 18-24 Feb. 26 Pennsylvania Military.........................................L 28-39 Feb. 28 at Mount St. Mary’s............................................L 26-27 Mar. 3 Washington College............................................L 30-33

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Lyal W. Clark

Head Coach: Gerald P. Doherty Captain: Ralph O’Connell Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 11 at Haverford......................................................L 29-34 Dec. 13 Randolph-Macon.................................................L 29-37 Dec. 15 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 35-46 Dec. 17 Hampden-Sydney............................................. W 47-24 Jan. 5 at West Chester...................................................L 27-37 Jan. 11 Saint Joseph’s.....................................................L 26-40 Jan. 18 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 29-40 Jan. 19 University of Baltimore..................................... W 44-34 Feb. 13 at Army..............................................................L 17-43 Feb. 16 at Washington College.........................................L 23-31 Feb. 19 West Chester.......................................................L 22-28 Feb. 23 Dickinson......................................................... W 43-42 Feb. 25 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 46-40 Feb. 27 at Mount St. Mary’s............................................L 28-55 Mar. 2 Washington College............................................L 26-32

1935-36 (4-11) Head Coach: Gerald P. Doherty Captain: Thomas Pennock Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 10 at Rutgers..........................................................L 36-69 Jan. 11 Swarthmore........................................................L 27-29 Jan. 14 Haverford........................................................ W 37-19 Jan. 18 Pennsylvania Military................................. L 34-37 (OT) Jan. 22 West Chester.......................................................L 31-45 Feb. 7 at Bucknell.........................................................L 25-52 Feb. 8 at Susquehanna .................................................L 31-56 Feb. 14 Susquehanna......................................................L 29-37 Feb. 15 at Dickinson..................................................... W 32-26 Feb. 19 Drexel.............................................................. W 43-41 Feb. 22 Washington College.......................................... W 47-31 Feb. 25 at West Chester...................................................L 24-59 Feb. 26 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 28-31 Feb. 28 at Washington College.........................................L 32-49 Mar. 4 Saint Joseph’s.....................................................L 40-57

1936-37 (4-12) Head Coach: Gerald P. Doherty Captain: S.M. Wilson, Jr. Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 9 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 30-37 Dec. 11 Philadelphia Osteopathic................................... W 35-21 Dec. 15 Hampden-Sydney............................................. W 32-21 Dec. 16 at Rutgers..........................................................L 38-76 Dec. 18 Haverford........................................................ W 27-14 Jan. 9 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 35-32 Jan. 13 University of Baltimore.......................................L 35-44 Jan. 16 at Washington College.........................................L 28-30 Feb. 6 West Chester.......................................................L 29-44 Feb. 10 Bucknell.............................................................L 28-49 Feb. 12 Dickinson...........................................................L 35-40 Feb. 13 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 34-39 Feb. 16 Washington College............................................L 22-31 Feb. 17 at Drexel.................................................. L 47-50 (2OT) Feb. 26 Pratt Institute.....................................................L 40-54 Feb. 27 at Stevens College.........................................................L 30-38

Head Coach 1937-38 6-10 (.375) 1937-38 (6-10)

Jan. 12 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 41-64 Jan. 13 at Upsala College................................................L 45-63 Feb. 3 Drexel.............................................................. W 38-35 Feb. 6 Pennsylvania Military.........................................L 42-53 Feb. 8 at American .......................................................L 42-55 Feb. 9 Swarthmore........................................................L 29-62 Feb. 14 at Drexel ......................................................... W 57-44 Feb. 17 at Washington College.........................................L 37-78 Feb. 20 at Haverford......................................................L 36-39 Feb. 21 Washington College............................................L 33-50 Feb. 24 Polytechnic NY.................................................. W 35-23 Mar. 1 at West Chester...................................................L 34-50 Mar. 6 at Pennsylvania Military................................................. L 47-57

Head Coach: Lyal Clark Captain: Lewis Carey

Flucie L. Stewart

Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 4 at Rutgers..........................................................L 26-43 Dec. 10 Philadelphia Textile........................................... W 47-26 Dec. 13 Hampden-Sydney............................................. W 52-33 Jan. 8 at West Chester...................................................L 29-60 Jan. 12 at Swarthmore....................................................L 41-49 Jan. 14 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 27-37 Jan. 18 Washington College............................................L 35-55 Feb. 8 West Chester.......................................................L 34-37 Feb. 9 at Haverford.................................................... W 50-29 Feb. 11 University of Baltimore..................................... W 37-30 Feb. 17 Upsala............................................................. W 28-25 Feb. 19 at Washington College.........................................L 33-61 Feb. 23 at Dickinson.......................................................L 35-63 Feb. 25 Pratt Institute............................................W 45-44 (OT) Feb. 26 Pennsylvania Military.........................................L 35-52 Mar. 1 Mount St. Mary’s..........................................................L 36-52

J.J. Rothrock Head Coach • 1927-30 17-33 (.340) 1938-39 (9-7) Head Coach: Steve Grenda Captain: Bruce Lindsay Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 3 at Rutgers..........................................................L 37-70 Dec. 7 Philadelphia Textile........................................... W 36-22 Dec. 10 Hahnemann..................................................... W 51-32 Jan. 7 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 29-35 Jan. 12 West Chester.......................................................L 30-32 Jan. 14 Western Maryland............................................ W 36-34 Jan. 17 Washington College............................................L 26-41 Feb. 4 Dickinson......................................................... W 47-34 Feb. 7 at West Chester...................................................L 30-31 Feb. 10 at Pratt Institute............................................... W 47-36 Feb. 11 at Polytechnic NY.............................................. W 42-33 Feb. 14 Haverford........................................................ W 43-23 Feb. 15 at Western Maryland........................................ W 41-36 Feb. 18 Washington College............................................L 40-52 Feb. 25 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 44-34 Mar. 2 at University of Baltimore.............................................L 28-54

1939-40 (4-12)

Head Coach: Steve Grenda Captain: Ed Douglass Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 5 at Dickinson.......................................................L 41-42 Jan. 6 West Chester.......................................................L 37-38 Jan. 9 Haverford........................................................ W 37-28

Head Coach 1940-41 7-9 (.438) 1940-41 (7-9, 2-3 Mason-Dixon Conference) Head Coach: Flucie L. Stewart Captain: William Gerow Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 17 *Loyola..............................................................L 34-48 Dec. 19 Philadelphia Textile........................................... W 53-29 Jan. 9 *American........................................................ W 44-39 Jan. 11 *Washington College......................................... W 46-41 Jan. 14 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 43-35 Jan. 15 Dickinson...........................................................L 34-49 Jan. 17 at Swarthmore....................................................L 34-46 Feb. 8 at *Western Maryland.........................................L 29-46 Feb. 12 at *Washington College.......................................L 35-50 Feb. 15 Drexel.............................................................. W 36-28 Feb. 19 at West Chester...................................................L 44-45 Feb. 21 at Pratt Institute.................................................L 49-55 Feb. 22 at Polytechnic NY................................................L 25-39 Feb. 25 Haverford........................................................ W 39-17 Feb. 26 West Chester..................................................... W 50-36 Mar. 1 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 34-41 * Mason-Dixon Conference Games

E. Emery Adkins Head Coach 1941-43 14-23 (.378)

1941-42 (7-10, 3-3 Mason-Dixon Conference) Head Coach: E. Emery Adkins Captain: Fred Mitchell Date Dec. 17 Dec. 19 Jan. 10 Jan. 12

Opponent / Site Result Pennsylvania Military................................W 51-50 (OT) #West Chester.....................................................L 30-38 *Washington College......................................... W 37-30 West Chester.......................................................L 35-42

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Jan. 14 at Navy..............................................................L 20-51 Jan. 17 *Western Maryland.............................................L 27-37 Feb. 5 at Drexel............................................................L 36-46 Feb. 7 *Randolph-Macon............................................. W 52-46 Feb. 11 at Haverford.................................................... W 47-33 Feb. 14 at *Washington College.......................................L 40-50 Feb. 17 Swarthmore...................................................... W 38-37 Feb. 20 Polytechnic NY.................................................. W 45-41 Feb. 21 *Johns Hopkins................................................ W 46-40 Feb. 26 at *Loyola..........................................................L 41-68 Feb. 28 at Dickinson.......................................................L 51-80 Mar. 2 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 42-65 Mar. 5 vs. $Western Maryland.......................................L 44-48

ALL-TIME RESULTS Feb. 26 West Chester..................................................... W 54-15 Feb. 29 Haverford..........................................................L 46-56 Mar. 2 vs. $Catholic ................................................................L 47-60 $ Mason-Dixon Tournament at Baltimore, Md.

Head Coach: E. Emery Adkins Captain: George Barlow Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 6 #Rutgers............................................................L 38-39 Jan. 12 *Washington College...........................................L 31-36 Jan. 14 West Chester.......................................................L 23-27 Jan. 16 at *Western Maryland.........................................L 24-39 Jan. 22 at *Loyola..........................................................L 42-61 Jan. 23 at *Randolph-Macon...........................................L 24-33 Jan. 26 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 39-68 Jan. 29 Drexel.............................................................. W 32-30 Feb. 2 at West Chester......................................... L 45-47 (2OT) Feb. 4 Aberdeen P. Ground............................................L 32-42 Feb. 6 *Western Maryland.............................................L 29-32 Feb. 9 at Swarthmore....................................................L 37-64 Feb. 13 at *Johns Hopkins............................................ W 60-24 Feb. 16 *Loyola............................................................ W 50-32 Feb. 20 at *Washington College.......................................L 48-61 Feb. 25 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 37-33 Feb. 27 Haverford........................................................ W 69-27 Mar. 3 vs. $Western Maryland .................................... W 52-49 Mar. 4 vs. $Catholic .................................................... W 41-40 Mar. 5 vs. $Gallaudet..............................................................L 40-42 # 1st Game at Carpenter Sports Building * Mason-Dixon Conference Games $ Mason-Dixon Playoffs at Baltimore, Md. (2nd)

1943-44 (7-9, 4-6 Mason-Dixon Conference) Head Coach: Z. Edmund Prince Captain: H.R. McHenry Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 13 at *Johns Hopkins............................................ W 44-37 Jan. 15 at *Gallaudet.................................................... W 46-39 Jan. 19 *Loyola..............................................................L 28-61 Jan. 22 at West Chester................................................. W 79-40 Jan. 26 Fort Dupont...................................................... W 56-50 Feb. 2 at *Washington College.......................................L 53-55 Feb. 5 *Catholic............................................................L 31-55 Feb. 8 at Haverford......................................................L 61-79 Feb. 12 *Johns Hopkins................................................ W 37-35 Feb. 16 at *Loyola..........................................................L 37-45 Feb. 19 at *Catholic........................................................L 37-64 Feb. 23 *Washington College......................................... W 43-34 Feb. 25 at *Gallaudet......................................................L 42-47

Head Coach 1946-49 24-30 (.444)

Head Coach 1944-45 3-9 (.250) 1944-45 (3-9, 2-6 Mason-Dixon Conference) Head Coach: William D. Murray Captain: Lawrence Schorr, Newell Duncan Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 13 *Gallaudet.........................................................L 36-47 Jan. 17 at West Chester...................................................L 42-56 Jan. 24 West Chester..................................................... W 40-31 Jan. 27 *Washington College...........................................L 34-36 Jan. 31 at Haverford......................................................L 35-56 Feb. 3 at *Washington College.......................................L 23-58 Feb. 7 *Loyola............................................................ W 36-35 Feb. 10 *Loyola..............................................................L 22-48 Feb. 14 *Johns Hopkins..................................................L 36-47 Feb. 17 at *Johns Hopkins..............................................L 40-53 Feb. 22 at *Gallaudet.................................................... W 39-38 Feb. 28 Haverford....................................................................L 35-54 * Mason-Dixon Conference Games

D. Kenneth Steers Head Coach 1945-46 7-9 (.438)

Z. Edmund Prince Head Coach • 1943-44 7-9 (.438)

Joseph Brunansky

William D. Murray

* Mason-Dixon Conference Games $ Mason-Dixon Conference Tournament # Played at Wilmington, Del.

1942-43 (7-13, 2-6 Mason-Dixon Conference)

* Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division (3rd Place)

1945-46 (7-9, 5-5 Middle Atlantic Conference, South) Head Coach: D. Kenneth Steers Captain: Joseph Mackey Date Opponent / Site Result Jan. 5 *Swarthmore.................................................... W 38-24 Jan. 9 *Haverford....................................................... W 41-27 Jan. 12 at Rutgers..........................................................L 44-72 Jan. 16 at *Ursinus.........................................................L 59-63 Jan. 18 at *Swarthmore..................................................L 36-47 Jan. 19 *Pennsylvania Military...................................... W 53-40 Jan. 22 at Washington College.........................................L 38-50 Feb. 2 *Ursinus.............................................................L 27-48 Feb. 4 at *Drexel........................................................ W 43-35 Feb. 9 at Johns Hopkins................................................L 43-60 Feb. 13 Washington College.......................................... W 47-40 Feb. 16 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 35-32 Feb. 20 at *Haverford.....................................................L 50-51 Feb. 23 at *Pennsylvania Military....................................L 41-43 Feb. 26 *Drexel............................................................ W 48-41 Mar. 2 West Chester.......................................................L 41-46

1946-47 (9-7, 5-5 MAC South) Head Coach: Joseph Brunansky Captain: Gerald Bowlus Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 18 *Swarthmore......................................................L 20-56 Jan. 8 Washington College.......................................... W 55-49 Jan. 11 *Drexel............................................................ W 38-37 Jan. 15 at *Haverford................................................... W 60-53 Jan. 18 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 31-29 Jan. 21 at *Swarthmore..................................................L 43-51 Feb. 1 Washington College.......................................... W 47-45 Feb. 5 West Chester.......................................................L 49-66 Feb. 8 at *Pennsylvania Military ..........................W 64-63 (OT) Feb. 13 *Ursinus.............................................................L 34-35 Feb. 15 at *Drexel..........................................................L 56-85 Feb. 19 *Haverford....................................................... W 61-44 Feb. 22 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 42-35 Feb. 26 at *Ursinus.........................................................L 45-46 Mar. 1 *Pennsylvania Military...................................... W 56-54 Mar. 4 at Franklin & Marshall..................................................L 52-58 * MAC Southern Division (4th Place)

1947-48 (10-8, 5-5 MAC South) Head Coach: Joseph Brunansky Captain: Gerald Bowlus Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 10 Temple...............................................................L 46-64 Dec. 13 Washington College.......................................... W 60-38 Dec. 16 at Gettysburg.....................................................L 47-64 Dec. 30 at Lawrence Tech................................................L 49-66 Jan. 3 at Buffalo......................................................... W 46-43 Jan. 7 at *Drexel..........................................................L 55-57 Jan. 10 *Swarthmore......................................................L 36-38 Jan. 14 at *Ursinus.........................................................L 50-54 Jan. 17 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 61-36 Jan. 21 *Pennsylvania Military...............................W 58-55 (OT) Feb. 7 at *Haverford................................................... W 64-48 Feb. 11 *Drexel............................................................ W 65-45 Feb. 14 *Ursinus........................................................... W 45-40 Feb. 18 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 66-57 Feb. 21 *Swarthmore......................................................L 52-60 Feb. 25 at Washington College....................................... W 62-34 Feb. 28 at *Pennsylvania Military....................................L 58-77 Mar. 3 *Haverford..................................................................W 69-47 * MAC Southern Division (4th Place)

1948-49 (5-15, 2-9 MAC South) Head Coach: Joseph Brunansky Captains: William Nash, William Cole Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 16 at Franklin & Marshall........................................L 29-35 Dec. 17 Gettysburg.........................................................L 44-62

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS Dec. 30 vs. %Toledo........................................................L 46-63 Dec. 31 at %Lawrence Tech..............................................L 48-66 Jan. 5 Temple...............................................................L 47-68 Jan. 8 at *Swarthmore..................................................L 52-56 Jan. 12 *Ursinus....................................................W 49-48 (OT) Jan. 15 at Washington College....................................... W 51-50 Jan. 19 at *Pennsylvania Military....................................L 66-81 Feb. 3 at Johns Hopkins................................................L 61-70 Feb. 5 Washington College.......................................... W 58-46 Feb. 9 at *Drexel..........................................................L 56-68 Feb. 12 *Haverford.........................................................L 37-39 Feb. 16 at *Ursinus.........................................................L 61-66 Feb. 19 *Swarthmore......................................................L 60-67 Feb. 23 *Pennsylvania Military........................................L 33-46 Feb. 26 *Drexel..............................................................L 53-58 Mar. 2 at *Haverford................................................... W 75-54 Mar. 11 vs. #Haverford................................................. W 61-50 Mar. 12 vs. #Pennsylvania Military............................................L 58-70 * MAC Southern Division (4th, Tie) # MAC South. Division Playoffs at Swarthmore % Lawrence Tech Tournament at Detroit, MI

Fred Emmerson Head Coach 1949-54 66-41 (.617)

1949-50 (8-8, 6-4 MAC South) Head Coach: Fred Emmerson Captain: James McFadden Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 14 at Muhlenberg....................................................L 41-68 Dec. 16 Washington College.......................................... W 48-47 Jan. 6 at Lawrence Tech................................................L 53-67 Jan. 7 *Swarthmore......................................................L 40-53 Jan. 11 Temple...............................................................L 41-54 Jan. 12 at *Haverford................................................... W 50-49 Jan. 14 at *Ursinus....................................................... W 60-44 Jan. 17 *Pennsylvania Military...................................... W 57-46 Feb. 8 *Drexel............................................................ W 51-45 Feb. 11 at Lehigh.......................................................... W 57-52 Feb. 15 *Ursinus........................................................... W 65-49 Feb. 18 at *Swarthmore..................................................L 52-55 Feb. 22 at *Pennsylvania Military....................................L 55-77 Feb. 25 West Chester.......................................................L 47-48 Mar. 1 *Haverford....................................................... W 58-41 Mar. 6 at *Drexel..........................................................L 62-65

Jan. 11 at *Haverford............................................. L 67-69 (OT) Jan. 13 *Drexel............................................................ W 50-49 Jan. 17 *Pennsylvania Military...............................W 65-62 (OT) Jan. 27 at West Chester................................................. W 56-55 Feb. 3 Kings College (DE)............................................ W 77-28 Feb. 7 at Washington College....................................... W 82-62 Feb. 10 at *Ursinus.........................................................L 60-62 Feb. 17 Lehigh.............................................................. W 66-58 Feb. 21 at *Pennsylvania Military.................................. W 73-64 Feb. 24 *Haverford....................................................... W 77-48 Feb. 28 at *Drexel........................................................ W 75-55 Mar. 3 *Ursinus........................................................... W 95-62 Mar. 7 *Swarthmore......................................................L 50-52 * MAC Southern Division (2nd Place)

1951-52 (17-6, 9-1 MAC South) Head Coach: Fred Emmerson Captain: William Utt Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 1 Washington College.......................................... W 81-62 Dec. 6 at Muhlenberg....................................................L 87-88 Dec. 8 at Lehigh.......................................................... W 80-62 Dec. 11 Temple............................................................. W 70-60 Dec. 13 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 70-52 Dec. 15 at Rutgers........................................................ W 81-57 Dec. 29 at #17 La Salle...................................................L 44-85 Jan. 5 at *Swarthmore................................................ W 90-60 Jan. 8 at *Drexel........................................................ W 84-52 Jan. 10 at Pennsylvania..................................................L 54-79 Jan. 12 *Ursinus........................................................... W 81-52 Jan. 16 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 50-69 Jan. 19 at *Pennsylvania Military..................................L 87-111 Feb. 6 at Villanova........................................................L 61-68 Feb. 9 at *Haverford................................................... W 81-45 Feb. 11 West Chester..................................................... W 57-47 Feb. 13 at *Ursinus....................................................... W 81-54 Feb. 16 Lafayette......................................................... W 68-67 Feb. 20 *Drexel............................................................ W 66-53 Feb. 23 *Swarthmore.................................................... W 74-55 Feb. 27 *Haverford....................................................... W 79-46 Mar. 1 *Pennsylvania Military...................................... W 57-46 Mar. 5 vs. #Pennsylvania Military...........................................W 64-53

* MAC Southern Division (1st Place) # MAC South Championships at Swarthmore

MAC SOUTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS

1952-53 (18-7, 9-1 MAC South) Head Coach: Fred Emmerson Captain: Richard Evans Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 1 at Bradley..........................................................L 59-85 Dec. 6 Lehigh.............................................................. W 69-52 Dec. 10 Rutgers............................................................ W 68-64 Dec. 13 at Pennsylvania..................................................L 69-74 Dec. 16 at Johns Hopkins.............................................. W 80-76 Dec. 18 at Villanova......................................................L 79-100 Dec. 27 vs. %Cortland.....................................................L 50-58 Dec. 28 vs. %Wagner.................................................... W 90-86 Dec. 30 vs. %Alfred....................................................... W 68-59 Jan. 3 at Lafayette...................................................... W 63-55 Jan. 7 Saint Joseph’s................................................... W 66-63 Jan. 10 at *Drexel........................................................ W 81-64 Jan. 14 at *Swarthmore................................................ W 93-67 Jan. 17 Bainbridge....................................................... W 91-87 Jan. 31 at West Chester................................................. W 89-85 Feb. 4 at Temple...........................................................L 45-82 Feb. 7 at *Haverford................................................... W 96-65 Feb. 11 at *Pennsylvania Military.................................. W 88-82 Feb. 14 *Ursinus........................................................... W 83-52 Feb. 18 *Swarthmore.................................................... W 60-56 Feb. 21 *Drexel............................................................ W 63-61 Feb. 25 *Haverford.........................................................L 56-58 Feb. 28 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 62-60 Mar. 4 at *Ursinus....................................................... W 90-63 Mar. 7 Muhlenberg........................................................L 72-83 % Hofstra University Invitational * MAC Southern Division (1st Place) MAC SOUTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS

* MAC Southern Division (4th Place)

1950-51 (14-7, 7-3 MAC South) Head Coach: Fred Emmerson Captain: Frank Albera Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 28 at Lawrence Tech................................................L 58-62 Dec. 1 at Temple...........................................................L 45-80 Dec. 6 Saint Joseph’s................................................... W 53-49 Dec. 9 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 65-57 Dec. 12 Muhlenberg...................................................... W 65-53 Dec. 13 at Buffalo...........................................................L 38-54 Jan. 3 at Lafayette........................................................L 56-68 Jan. 6 *Swarthmore.................................................... W 60-59

The 1951-52 team captured the first league title in Delaware men’s basketball history when it won the Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division title. Front - John Loomis, John Buechele, Dick Goldberg, Bill Utt (captain), Jack Ryan, Dick Evans, Skip Crawford; Back - Don Hess (manager), Matt Lamkin, Frank White, Bob Green, Jack McBride, Jim Kruzinski, Head Coach Fred Emmerson.

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The 1952-53 Blue Hens captured a second straight MAC Southern Division title with a school-record 18-7 mark. Pictured at right, front row: Don Miller, Raymond Crawford, Frank White, Richard Evans, Vernon Lamkin, John Loomis, John Ryan. Standing: Manager Dan Hess, Edward Morrow, Pete Kelleher, Tim Chilton, Jack Stowers, Head Coach Fred Emmerson.

1953-54 (9-13, 7-3 MAC South)

Irvin C. Wisniewski

Head Coach: Fred Emmerson Captain: Frank White Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 2 Washington College.......................................... W 59-47 Dec. 5 at Pennsylvania..................................................L 50-78 Dec. 8 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 51-39 Dec. 12 at Lehigh............................................................L 38-54 Dec. 16 at Rutgers..........................................................L 51-68 Dec. 26 vs. %Wagner......................................................L 47-57 Dec. 30 at %Hofstra........................................................L 62-72 Jan. 6 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 49-55 Jan. 9 *Pennsylvania Military...................................... W 76-48 Jan. 13 *Haverford....................................................... W 69-40 Jan. 20 Temple...............................................................L 57-65 Jan. 23 at Muhlenberg....................................................L 74-93 Feb. 5 Lafayette...........................................................L 41-63 Feb. 8 at *Ursinus....................................................... W 85-61 Feb. 10 *Swarthmore.................................................... W 79-43 Feb. 13 at *Pennsylvania Military....................................L 47-60 Feb. 17 West Chester.......................................................L 49-64 Feb. 20 *Drexel ..................................................... L 60-63 (OT) Feb. 24 at *Haverford................................................... W 86-68 Feb. 27 at *Swarthmore................................................ W 76-69 Mar. 3 *Ursinus........................................................... W 78-63 Mar. 6 at *Drexel....................................................................L 64-83 % Hofstra University Invitational * MAC Southern Division (2nd Place)

Head Coach 1954-66 111-154 (.419) 1954-55 (6-16, 3-7 MAC South) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captains: William Kelleher, Donald Miller Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 4 Hofstra...............................................................L 59-64 Dec. 8 Lehigh................................................................L 57-69 Dec. 12 at Lafayette........................................................L 62-86 Dec. 14 Rutgers............................................................ W 69-62 Dec. 18 at Johns Hopkins................................................L 73-84 Dec. 27 vs. %Cortland................................................... W 79-75 Dec. 28 vs. %Hofstra.....................................................L 68-115 Dec. 30 vs. %Marietta.....................................................L 65-75 Jan. 8 *Drexel..............................................................L 70-88 Jan. 10 at *Ursinus....................................................... W 86-81 Jan. 12 at *Haverford.....................................................L 71-75 Jan. 15 at *Pennsylvania Military....................................L 56-68 Feb. 5 at West Chester...................................................L 76-82 Feb. 9 at *Swarthmore..................................................L 70-84 Feb. 12 *Haverford....................................................... W 89-62 Feb. 16 at *Drexel..........................................................L 80-86 Feb. 19 at *Ursinus....................................................... W 96-66 Feb. 22 at Saint Joseph’s............................................... W 78-75 Feb. 26 *Pennsylvania Military........................................L 54-62 Mar. 2 *Swarthmore......................................................L 78-80 Mar. 5 at Temple...........................................................L 62-87 Mar. 9 Muhlenberg..................................................................L 71-77 % Down East Tournament at Bangor, Maine * MAC Southern Division (5th Place)

1955-56 (8-15, 6-4 MAC South) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captain: Robert Messick Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 3 at Navy..............................................................L 70-90 Dec. 7 at Lehigh............................................................L 70-90 Dec. 9 Lafayette...........................................................L 86-97 Dec. 15 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 76-72 Dec. 17 at Muhlenberg..................................................L 82-106 Dec. 27 vs. %Muhlenberg................................................L 69-87 Dec. 30 vs. %Iona...........................................................L 68-78 Jan. 4 at Rutgers........................................................ W 84-73 Jan. 7 at *Drexel..........................................................L 52-75 Jan. 11 *Haverford....................................................... W 69-58 Jan. 14 *Pennsylvania Military.................................... W 103-74 Jan. 26 #6 Temple........................................................L 81-108 Jan. 28 at Villanova........................................................L 62-88 Feb. 4 at Hofstra...........................................................L 58-92 Feb. 8 at *Swarthmore..................................................L 75-80 Feb. 11 at Bucknell.........................................................L 82-91 Feb. 13 *Ursinus........................................................... W 98-84 Feb. 15 *Drexel............................................................ W 83-70 Feb. 18 at *Haverford...................................................L 85-115 Feb. 22 at *Pennsylvania Military....................................L 64-88 Feb. 25 *Swarthmore.................................................... W 99-89 Feb. 29 at *Ursinus....................................................... W 82-79 Mar. 3 Saint Joseph’s.....................................................L 77-91 % Hofstra University Tournament * MAC Southern Division (3rd Place)

1956-57 (8-16, 7-3 MAC South) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captain: Clyde Louth Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 1 at Michigan........................................................L 68-79 Dec. 5 Hofstra...............................................................L 67-72 Dec. 8 at Villanova........................................................L 59-79 Dec. 13 at Johns Hopkins................................................L 81-87 Dec. 15 Muhlenberg........................................................L 81-85 Dec. 18 Bucknell.............................................................L 58-59 Jan. 3 Rutgers..............................................................L 64-70 Jan. 5 at *Swarthmore................................................ W 85-64 Jan. 7 *Drexel..............................................................L 74-75 Jan. 9 at *Pennsylvania Military....................................L 69-81 Jan. 10 *Haverford....................................................... W 90-67 Jan. 12 *Ursinus........................................................... W 88-62 Jan. 24 at Toledo............................................................L 70-91 Jan. 26 at Detroit ..........................................................L 67-90 Jan. 31 at Temple...........................................................L 57-87 Feb. 2 at Lehigh............................................................L 86-87 Feb. 6 at *Drexel..........................................................L 60-87 Feb. 9 at *Haverford................................................... W 85-74 Feb. 13 *Swarthmore.................................................... W 92-73 Feb. 16 *Pennsylvania Military...................................... W 95-82 Feb. 20 at *Ursinus....................................................... W 70-48 Feb. 23 Lehigh.............................................................. W 78-61 Feb. 26 at Navy..............................................................L 76-79 Feb. 28 at Lafayette........................................................L 77-99 * MAC Southern Division (2nd Place)

1957-58 (8-12, 8-3 MAC South) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captains: Donald Hutton, Frank Wickes Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 2 at Temple...........................................................L 38-83 Dec. 6 at Lehigh............................................................L 66-90 Dec. 11 Navy..................................................................L 50-61

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS Dec. 13 at Muhlenberg....................................................L 79-93 Dec. 17 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 89-70 Jan. 4 *Drexel............................................................ W 60-56 Jan. 8 *Haverford....................................................... W 83-71 Jan. 10 *Pennsylvania Military...............................W 83-81 (OT) Jan. 11 at Bucknell.........................................................L 55-79 Jan. 13 *Ursinus........................................................... W 83-69 Jan. 15 at *Swarthmore..................................................L 73-92 Feb. 1 Rutgers...................................................... L 69-73 (OT) Feb. 5 Lafayette...........................................................L 50-72 Feb. 8 *Haverford.........................................................L 49-59 Feb. 12 at *Pennsylvania Military.................................. W 79-71 Feb. 15 at *Ursinus....................................................... W 83-78 Feb. 18 Saint Joseph’s.....................................................L 73-92 Feb. 20 *Swarthmore.................................................... W 95-73 Feb. 24 at *Drexel..........................................................L 77-97 Feb. 26 Lehigh................................................................L 53-66 * MAC South Division (3rd Place)

1958-59 (9-13, 4-6 MAC) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captains: Bob Schiliro, Thomas D. Schonauer (Honorary) Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 3 Haverford........................................................ W 73-56 Dec. 6 *Lehigh............................................................ W 60-47 Dec. 10 at *Saint Joseph’s...............................................L 65-81 Dec. 13 at Washington College.........................................L 55-56 Dec. 15 at Johns Hopkins.............................................. W 69-63 Dec. 17 at *Lafayette.................................................... W 60-58 Dec. 20 at Michigan........................................................L 58-82 Dec. 22 at Detroit.........................................................L 71-101 Jan. 3 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 53-66 Jan. 7 *Rutgers.............................................................L 58-87 Jan. 10 Swarthmore...................................................... W 86-42 Jan. 14 *Temple.............................................................L 48-64 Jan. 31 at Hofstra...........................................................L 70-85 Feb. 5 at *Gettysburg....................................................L 71-80 Feb. 6 *Muhlenberg......................................................L 68-84 Feb. 11 at Army..............................................................L 72-91 Feb. 13 at Ursinus......................................................... W 75-71 Feb. 17 at Swarthmore....................................................L 72-74 Feb. 20 *Bucknell......................................................... W 86-79 Feb. 24 at Navy..............................................................L 58-70 Feb. 26 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 71-66 Feb. 28 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 96-90 * MAC University Division Games

1959-60 (7-16, 1-9 MAC) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captains: Charles Hamilton, Gilbert Mahla Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 2 at Haverford......................................................L 57-60 Dec. 5 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 64-71 Dec. 9 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 81-58 Dec. 12 at Hofstra...........................................................L 41-58 Dec. 15 *Temple.............................................................L 64-74 Dec. 18 *Lafayette..........................................................L 63-77 Dec. 28 at %Bowdoin......................................................L 53-55 Dec. 29 vs. %St. Michaels................................................L 66-71 Dec. 30 vs. %Bates..........................................................L 64-68 Jan. 7 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 55-72 Jan. 9 at Swarthmore.................................................. W 73-66 Jan. 11 at #7 Ohio State...............................................L 38-109 Jan. 14 *Gettysburg........................................................L 47-57 Jan. 16 at *Rutgers.........................................................L 58-72 Jan. 18 Ursinus............................................................. W 77-61 Jan. 30 *Lehigh............................................................ W 73-66 Feb. 4 Washington College.......................................... W 83-71 Feb. 9 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 74-71

Feb. 17 *Saint Joseph’s...................................................L 66-99 Feb. 20 at *Muhlenberg..................................................L 63-90 Feb. 23 at Navy..............................................................L 52-80 Feb. 27 *Bucknell...........................................................L 72-75 Mar. 2 Swarthmore...................................................... W 87-86 (2OT) % Down East Tournament at Bangor, Maine * MAC University Division Games

1960-61 (8-11, 2-7 MAC) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captain: Jack Baly Date Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 10 Dec. 16 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 28 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Mar. 1

Opponent / Site Result *Lehigh............................................................ W 60-43 at Johns Hopkins.............................................. W 87-59 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 75-74 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 80-81 *Bucknell...........................................................L 69-75 at *Saint Joseph’s...............................................L 56-84 Swarthmore...................................................... W 76-63 *Rutgers.............................................................L 59-62 at Ursinus......................................................... W 91-85 Drexel................................................................L 63-69 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 65-70 at Pennsylvania Military.....................................L 64-85 Albright............................................................ W 69-60 *Temple.............................................................L 61-81 at Army..............................................................L 47-70 *Muhlenberg.................................................... W 82-68 at *Gettysburg....................................................L 70-77 Hofstra...............................................................L 67-75 at Swarthmore.................................................. W 72-63

* MAC University Division Games

1961-62 (18-5, 9-3 MAC) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captains: John Barry, Bill Wagamon Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 2 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 69-65 Dec. 6 Johns Hopkins.................................................. W 88-53 Dec. 9 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 79-58 Dec. 12 *Bucknell......................................................... W 77-59 Dec. 29 vs. %*Muhlenberg..............................................L 80-83 Dec. 30 vs. %Alsace Bagnolet........................................ W 87-66 Jan. 3 Drexel.............................................................. W 89-62 Jan. 6 at *Bucknell..................................................... W 73-67 Jan. 8 at Swarthmore.................................................. W 79-61 Jan. 13 *Rutgers........................................................... W 75-74 Jan. 20 at Virginia........................................................ W 89-88 Jan. 31 at Quantico........................................................L 90-98 Feb. 3 at *Rutgers....................................................... W 87-79 Feb. 8 Albright............................................................ W 74-66 Feb. 10 *Saint Joseph’s...................................................L 71-72 Feb. 12 La Salle..............................................................L 68-69 Feb. 14 *Lehigh............................................................ W 76-64 Feb. 17 at *Muhlenberg................................................ W 64-59 Feb. 19 *Gettysburg...................................................... W 69-52 Feb. 21 Ursinus............................................................. W 69-32 Feb. 24 at *Temple.........................................................L 55-62 Feb. 28 Swarthmore...................................................... W 94-64 Mar. 3 at *Lafayette.................................................... W 57-56 % Loyola (Md.) Invitational * MAC University Division Games

1962-63 (14-8, 7-3 MAC)

Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captain: Nate Cloud Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 1 *Lehigh............................................................ W 60-54 Dec. 5 at Johns Hopkins.............................................. W 70-57 Dec. 8 at Pennsylvania Military................................... W 99-54 Dec. 12 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 76-37 Dec. 15 at Drexel.......................................................... W 63-51 Dec. 22 at Toledo............................................................L 65-74 Dec. 26 vs. %Providence.................................................L 57-70 Dec. 29 at %La Salle.......................................................L 64-80 Jan. 3 at *Temple....................................................... W 64-52 Jan. 9 Swarthmore...................................................... W 93-38 Jan. 12 Rutgers............................................................ W 84-69 Jan. 15 at *Saint Joseph’s...............................................L 57-64 Jan. 30 at *La Salle........................................................L 62-64 Feb. 2 at Rutgers..........................................................L 61-88 Feb. 6 at *Bucknell..................................................... W 58-56 Feb. 11 Ursinus........................................................... W 105-66 Feb. 13 at *Lehigh...............................................W 87-86 (2OT) Feb. 16 *Muhlenberg.................................................. W 100-66 Feb. 20 Bucknell........................................................... W 71-63 Feb. 23 at Albright..........................................................L 70-71 Feb. 26 at *Gettysburg.................................................. W 77-76 Mar. 2 *Lafayette..........................................................L 61-72 % Quaker City Tournament at Philadelphia, Pa. * MAC University Division Games

1963-64 (13-10, 4-3 MAC) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captain: David L. Sysko Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 4 Johns Hopkins................................................ W 103-69 Dec. 7 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 68-65 Dec. 11 at Franklin & Marshall...................................... W 74-67 Dec. 14 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 74-57 Dec. 16 Georgetown........................................................L 65-93 Dec. 18 The Citadel.........................................................L 78-88 Dec. 27 vs. #St. Michael’s..............................................L 82-100 Dec. 28 vs. #Albright.......................................................L 64-65 Jan. 4 *Bucknell......................................................... W 75-70 Jan. 8 at Swarthmore.................................................. W 93-68 Jan. 11 Rutgers............................................................ W 91-67 Feb. 1 at Rutgers..........................................................L 60-93 Feb. 4 at *Temple.........................................................L 63-68 Feb. 6 at Navy..............................................................L 72-97 Feb. 8 Glassboro State................................................. W 70-63 Feb. 12 at Albright..........................................................L 48-57 Feb. 15 at *Bucknell............................................... L 84-88 (OT) Feb. 17 at Muhlenberg.................................................. W 84-73 Feb. 19 Drexel.............................................................. W 68-54 Feb. 22 *Gettysburg...................................................... W 72-61 Feb. 25 *Lehigh............................................................ W 87-69 Feb. 27 at Ursinus......................................................... W 96-85 Feb. 29 at *Lafayette....................................................L 86-112 * Middle Atlantic Conference Games # Loyola (Md.) Invitational Tournament

1964-65 (3-17, 0-8 MAC) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captain: John Himes Date Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 9 Dec. 12

Opponent / Site Result at Johns Hopkins.............................................. W 68-64 La Salle..............................................................L 47-97 at Pennsylvania..................................................L 34-77 at *Lafayette......................................................L 71-98

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Dec. 16 at Navy..............................................................L 49-92 Dec. 18 *Lehigh..............................................................L 62-73 Jan. 6 *Temple.............................................................L 46-65 Jan. 9 at Georgetown....................................................L 64-91 Jan. 12 at Rutgers.................................................. L 77-91 (OT) Jan. 18 *Gettysburg....................................................... L 65-79 Jan. 19 Western Maryland..............................................L 65-67 Feb 3 at Glassboro State...............................................L 67-70 Feb. 6 at Drexel............................................................L 73-81 Feb. 10 *Lafayette..........................................................L 63-79 Feb. 13 *Bucknell...........................................................L 65-81 Feb. 15 at Franklin & Marshall...................................... W 82-61 Feb. 18 at *Gettysburg....................................................L 64-78 Feb. 20 Rutgers............................................................ W 81-78 Feb. 23 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 49-64 Mar. 2 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 69-85 * Middle Atlantic Conference Games

1965-66 (9-15, 5-6 MAC) Head Coach: Irvin Wisniewski Captains: John Himes, Michael Osowski Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 1 Glassboro State................................................. W 86-78 Dec. 4 at Temple...........................................................L 63-85 Dec. 8 Rutgers.................................................... L 78-79 (2OT) Dec. 11 Lafayette......................................................... W 82-74 Dec. 13 Pennsylvania......................................................L 57-88 Dec. 16 at Lehigh.......................................................... W 92-54 Dec. 27 at Toledo............................................................L 59-83 Dec. 28 vs. %Ashland......................................................L 59-62 Dec. 29 vs. %Grove City..................................................L 82-91 Jan. 3 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 76-60 Jan. 5 Drexel................................................................L 61-66 Jan. 8 Georgetown........................................................L 67-96 Jan. 12 at Gettysburg.....................................................L 67-72 Jan. 15 Hofstra...............................................................L 70-72 Jan. 17 at Lafayette......................................................L 70-107 Feb. 5 at Drexel............................................................L 76-82 Feb. 9 Albright............................................................ W 75-72 Feb. 12 at Bucknell.........................................................L 70-94 Feb. 14 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 79-65 Feb. 19 at Rutgers................................................ L 80-83 (2OT) Feb. 22 Lehigh.......................................................W 72-71 (OT) Feb. 26 Gettysburg....................................................... W 60-52 Mar. 1 Bucknell.............................................................L 69-74 Mar. 5 at Hofstra......................................................... W 93-88

ALL-TIME RESULTS Dec. 10 Navy................................................................ W 67-62 Dec. 12 *Lehigh..............................................................L 70-78 Dec. 15 at Pennsylvania Military................................... W 74-52 Dec. 17 Rutgers..............................................................L 73-92 Dec. 27 vs. %Cortland State........................................... W 89-81 Dec. 28 vs. %West Chester............................................. W 83-71 Dec. 29 at %East Stroudsburg........................................ W 83-73 Jan. 4 #Drexel............................................................ W 69-62 Jan. 7 *Lafayette........................................................ W 78-48 Jan. 11 Susquehanna.................................................. W 101-72 Jan. 14 *Hofstra........................................................... W 80-70 Feb. 1 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 68-69 Feb. 3 at Drexel.......................................................... W 71-52 Feb. 9 at *Gettysburg....................................................L 61-75 Feb. 11 *Bucknell......................................................... W 72-42 Feb. 15 *Temple.............................................................L 48-66 Feb. 18 at Rutgers..........................................................L 72-95 Feb. 21 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 53-52 Feb. 23 at Franklin & Marshall...................................... W 81-58 Feb. 25 *Gettysburg...................................................... W 77-67 Mar. 1 at Albright..........................................................L 77-81 # First Game at Delaware Field House % Pocono Classic at East Stroudsburg * Middle Atlantic Conference Games

1967-68 (16-7, 7-1 MAC Middle 5) Head Coach: Daniel L. Peterson Captains: Charles Parnel, Mark Wagaman Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 2 at *Lafayette.................................................... W 99-82 Dec. 6 *Bucknell......................................................... W 82-79 Dec. 9 *Lehigh............................................................ W 66-54 Dec. 12 Pennsylvania.................................................... W 80-68 Dec. 14 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 98-56 Dec. 16 at Rutgers........................................................L 84-103 Dec. 27 vs. #West Chester............................................. W 95-59 Dec. 28 vs. #C.W. Post................................................... W 91-75 Dec. 30 at #East Stroudsburg...........................................L 78-85 Jan. 3 at Drexel.......................................................... W 67-56 Jan. 6 *Lafayette........................................................ W 83-62 Jan. 10 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 97-68 Jan. 13 at Hofstra...........................................................L 74-90 Feb. 3 Drexel.............................................................. W 94-77

Feb. 7 at *Gettysburg.................................................. W 90-78 Feb. 10 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 87-88 Feb. 14 at Temple...........................................................L 63-76 Feb. 17 Rutgers..............................................................L 80-84 Feb. 19 at Glassboro State........................................... W 121-87 Feb. 22 Franklin & Marshall............................................L 54-55 Feb. 24 at *Gettysburg.................................................. W 91-71 Feb. 26 at Susquehanna.............................................. W 113-95 Feb. 28 Albright............................................................ W 74-58 * MAC Middle Five (1st Place) # Pocono Classic at East Stroudsburg (Pa.) MAC MIDDLE FIVE CHAMPIONS

1968-69 (11-10, 5-3 MAC 5) Head Coach: Daniel Peterson Captains: James Couch, Loren Pratt Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 30 West Chester..................................................... W 81-62 Dec. 7 at *Lafayette...........................................W 91-89 (4OT) Dec. 9 *Lehigh............................................................ W 67-45 Dec. 11 at Pennsylvania..................................................L 39-58 Dec. 18 at *Bucknell.....................................................L 82-100 Dec. 26 vs. %Virginia Tech...............................................L 58-79 Dec. 27 vs. %William & Mary..........................................L 76-82 Dec. 28 vs. %Cornell.......................................................L 77-93 Jan. 4 at Drexel.......................................................... W 78-60 Jan. 8 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 59-75 Jan. 11 at Pennsylvania Military................................... W 74-62 Jan. 15 *Lafayette........................................................ W 65-60 Feb. 1 Drexel................................................................L 62-67 Feb. 4 Temple...............................................................L 63-75 Feb. 8 at *Gettysburg....................................................L 67-82 Feb. 11 at Rutgers........................................................L 73-105 Feb. 15 at West Chester................................................. W 77-61 Feb. 17 *Gettysburg...................................................... W 84-72 Feb. 20 at Franklin & Marshall...................................... W 85-58 Feb. 22 *Bucknell......................................................... W 63-60 Feb. 26 at Albright.................................................W 95-85 (OT) * MAC Middle Five Games % East Carolina Classic

% Wooster (Ohio) Classic * MAC University Division Games

Daniel L. Peterson Head Coach 1966-71 69-49 (.585) 1966-67 (15-9) Head Coach: Daniel L. Peterson Captain: Nelson W. Morley Date Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 7

Opponent / Site Result Glassboro State................................................. W 86-55 at *Lafayette......................................................L 72-80 at Pennsylvania................................................L 75-106

The 1967-68 Blue Hens captured the Middle Atlantic Conference Middle Five championship with a 7-1 mark, 16-7 overall. Pictured at right are: In front - Head coach Dan Peterson, Assistant Coach Ted Crary. From left to right are Vic Orth, Walt Cloud, Jim Couch, Bob Young, Bill Beatty, Ed Roth, Kenn Barnett, Mark Wagaman, John McMillen, Steve Jackson, Loren Pratt, Charley Parnell, Ricky Wright.

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Donald J. Harnum

Head Coach: Daniel Peterson Captain: Edward Roth Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 1 at West Chester................................................. W 84-75 Dec. 6 Catholic............................................................ W 93-77 Dec. 9 Randolph-Macon............................................... W 81-73 Dec. 11 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 82-66 Dec. 13 at Rutgers........................................................ W 87-78 Dec. 20 at Temple...........................................................L 63-79 Dec. 27 at %Marquette....................................................L 71-99 Dec. 28 vs. %Utah State..................................................L 66-80 Dec. 29 at Maryland.......................................................L 58-94 Jan. 3 Drexel.............................................................. W 63-58 Jan. 7 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 61-77 Jan. 10 Montclair State...................................................L 61-63 Jan. 12 *Bucknell...........................................................L 81-83 Jan. 14 at *Rider.......................................................... W 65-60 Jan. 24 West Chester..................................................... W 90-81 Jan. 28 at Drexel...................................................W 88-85 (OT) Jan. 31 at *Lafayette......................................................L 84-90 Feb. 5 *Pennsylvania Military...................................... W 68-55 Feb. 7 at *Gettysburg.................................................. W 74-64 Feb. 10 *Lafayette..........................................................L 66-79 Feb. 14 *Rider.............................................................. W 72-68 Feb. 16 Albright............................................................ W 95-72 Feb. 18 *Gettysburg...................................................... W 86-80 Feb. 21 *Lehigh............................................................ W 84-65 Feb. 24 at *Bucknell..................................................... W 94-86 * MAC Western Section % Milwaukee Classic

1970-71 (11-14, 5-5 MAC West) Head Coach: Daniel Peterson Captain: John R. McMillen Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 1 at Maryland.......................................................L 73-86 Dec. 5 Catholic..............................................................L 73-76 Dec. 8 Randolph-Macon............................................... W 67-62 Dec. 10 at Franklin & Marshall...................................... W 64-58 Dec. 12 *Lehigh............................................................ W 72-70 Dec. 15 American............................................................L 58-64 Dec. 23 Towson State.................................................... W 86-65 Dec. 28 at %Detroit.........................................................L 75-87 Dec. 29 vs. %Loyola of South..........................................L 79-97 Jan. 2 at Drexel.......................................................... W 77-69 Jan. 9 at Montclair State...............................................L 60-77 Jan. 11 *Bucknell......................................................... W 81-57 Jan. 13 at *Rider............................................................L 65-71 Jan. 16 at Pennsylvania Military................................... W 74-55 Jan. 23 West Chester.......................................................L 74-84 Jan. 27 Rutgers..............................................................L 63-85 Jan. 30 at *Lafayette......................................................L 62-84 Feb. 3 Temple...............................................................L 46-69 Feb. 6 *Gettysburg...................................................... W 62-61 Feb. 10 Drexel.............................................................. W 72-48 Feb. 13 *Rider........................................................ L 61-62 (OT) Feb. 18 at *Gettysburg.................................................. W 81-69 Feb. 20 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 66-73 Feb. 24 at *Bucknell..................................................... W 79-69 Feb. 27 *Lafayette..........................................................L 71-75 * MAC Western Section % Motor City Classic, Detroit, Mich.

Head Coach 1971-76 69-57 (.548) 1971-72 (18-7, 7-3 MAC West) Head Coach: Donald J. Harnum Captains: Lee Swayze, Ken Helfand Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 1 Montclair State................................................. W 82-60 Dec. 4 at Catholic........................................................ W 69-67 Dec. 7 at Randolph-Macon........................................... W 67-66 Dec. 9 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 97-75 Dec. 11 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 83-64 Dec. 23 Towson State.................................................... W 91-78 Dec. 27 vs. %Catholic......................................................L 75-78 Dec. 28 vs. %Colby College............................................ W 82-52 Jan. 8 at *Bucknell..................................................... W 68-66 Jan. 10 Bryant........................................................... W 103-83 Jan. 12 at *Gettysburg.................................................. W 83-82 Jan. 15 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 52-50 Jan. 17 at Temple...........................................................L 68-82 Jan. 19 *Rider.............................................................. W 71-66 Jan. 22 at West Chester................................................. W 84-71 Jan. 26 at Rutgers..........................................................L 73-78 Jan. 29 *Lafayette........................................................ W 83-70 Feb. 5 *Gettysburg...................................................... W 90-64 Feb. 9 at Drexel.......................................................... W 75-67 Feb. 12 at *Rider............................................................L 81-82 Feb. 16 at American........................................................L 68-84 Feb. 19 *Lehigh..............................................................L 66-67 Feb. 23 *Bucknell......................................................... W 82-75 Feb. 26 at *Lafayette......................................................L 63-64 Feb. 29 Drexel.............................................................. W 94-56 * MAC Western Section (Tie, 2nd) % Scranton Holiday Tournament

1972-73 (14-11, 6-4 MAC West) Head Coach: Donald J. Harnum Captain: Richard Hickman Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 2 at Catholic........................................................ W 82-70 Dec. 5 at Randolph-Macon........................................... W 92-79 Dec. 7 at Franklin & Marshall...................................... W 97-62 Dec. 9 *Lehigh............................................................ W 82-57 Dec. 12 American............................................................L 62-73 Dec. 22 at Dartmouth.............................................W 90-85 (OT) Dec. 28 at %Roanoke......................................................L 85-98 Dec. 29 vs. %Appalachian State..................................... W 89-77 Jan. 3 Temple...............................................................L 63-70 Jan. 6 Old Dominion.....................................................L 75-83 Jan. 10 Glassboro......................................................... W 49-36 Jan. 13 at Widener....................................................... W 56-55 Jan. 17 at Towson State..................................................L 78-82 Jan. 20 West Chester..................................................... W 82-64 Jan. 23 Rutgers..............................................................L 75-85 Jan. 27 *Lafayette........................................................ W 70-68 Jan. 31 *Gettysburg........................................................L 62-64 Feb. 3 at *Bucknell............................................W 91-83 (2OT) Feb. 7 at *Rider...................................................W 77-66 (OT) Feb. 10 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 70-72 Feb. 14 at *Gettysburg...........................................W 93-89 (OT)

Feb. 17 *Rider.............................................................. W 70-57 Feb. 21 *Bucknell...........................................................L 49-51 Feb. 24 at *Lafayette......................................................L 52-72 Feb. 27 at Drexel............................................................L 61-71 * MAC Western Game % Roanoke College Invitational

1973-74 (15-11, 7-3 MAC West) Head Coach: Donald J. Harnum Captain: Jim Skedzielewski Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 1 at West Chester................................................. W 59-57 Dec. 4 George Washington.......................................... W 80-70 Dec. 6 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 91-66 Dec. 8 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 76-45 Dec. 12 at American........................................................L 45-75 Dec. 28 vs. %Clemson.....................................................L 63-78 Dec. 29 vs. %Xavier...................................................... W 65-64 Dec. 31 at Mercer...........................................................L 73-86 Jan. 3 Drexel.............................................................. W 78-70 Jan. 5 at Old Dominion.................................................L 80-92 Jan. 8 at Montclair State............................................. W 76-73 Jan. 12 Widener........................................................... W 96-66 Jan. 16 at Penn State......................................................L 63-75 Jan. 19 Dartmouth.........................................................L 66-72 Jan. 22 at Rutgers..........................................................L 80-97 Jan. 24 Catholic............................................................ W 94-78 Jan. 26 *Lafayette..........................................................L 56-62 Jan. 30 at *Gettysburg.................................................. W 73-69 Feb. 2 *Bucknell....................................................... W 101-73 Feb. 6 *Rider.............................................................. W 59-52 Feb. 9 *Lehigh............................................................ W 72-54 Feb. 14 *Gettysburg...................................................... W 85-68 Feb. 16 at *Rider............................................................L 50-53 Feb. 20 at *Bucknell..................................................... W 77-63 Feb. 23 at *Lafayette......................................................L 62-91 Feb. 25 at La Salle..........................................................L 69-78 * MAC Western Game % Poinsettia Classic at Greenville, S.C.

1974-75 (12-13, 4-4 East Coast Conference West) Head Coach: Donald J. Harnum Captain: Bill Sullivan Date Opponent / Site Result Dec. 3 at George Washington.......................................L 92-103 Dec. 5 at Franklin & Marshall...................................... W 90-77 Dec. 7 *Lehigh.......................................................... W 102-65 Dec. 10 at Catholic........................................................ W 78-77 Dec. 14 American............................................................L 82-88 Dec. 28 at %Mercyhurst..................................................L 64-80 Dec. 29 vs. %New Hampshire........................................ W 69-57 Jan. 2 at Drexel............................................................L 64-66 Jan. 4 at Maine............................................................L 80-67 Jan. 7 at Towson State..................................................L 71-82 Jan. 9 Montclair State................................................. W 90-70 Jan. 11 at Widener.........................................................L 47-49 Jan. 18 West Chester..................................................... W 87-48 Jan. 21 #19 Rutgers.....................................................L 93-110 Jan. 25 *Lafayette..........................................................L 82-97 Jan. 29 at Gettysburg................................................... W 80-65 Feb. 1 *Bucknell...........................................................L 62-63 Feb. 5 *Rider.............................................................. W 66-59 Feb. 8 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 70-62 Feb. 10 at Glassboro State...............................................L 63-69 Feb. 13 Gettysburg....................................................... W 74-63 Feb. 15 at *Rider............................................................L 76-81 Feb. 19 at *Bucknell..................................................... W 82-76 Feb. 22 at *Lafayette......................................................L 69-82 Mar. 1 Penn State..........................................................L 73-80

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* ECC West (Tie, 3rd Place) % Porreco Cup Tournament at Erie, Pa.

1975-76 (10-15, 4-6 ECC West) Head Coach: Donald J. Harnum Captain: Paul Gibson Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 28 at La Salle........................................................L 86-100 Dec. 2 Franklin & Marshall............................................L 64-66 Dec. 4 at Penn State......................................................L 61-66 Dec. 6 Drexel.............................................................. W 61-60 Dec. 10 at American...................................................... W 67-66 Dec. 29 at Mercer...........................................................L 75-77 Dec. 30 at Georgia........................................................L 75-117 Jan. 6 Widener.............................................................L 56-75 Jan. 8 at Montclair State............................................. W 70-65 Jan. 10 Gettysburg....................................................... W 95-42 Jan. 14 Wagner............................................................ W 76-59 Jan. 17 UMBC............................................................... W 86-55 Jan. 20 George Washington............................................L 75-78 Jan. 22 at Virginia..........................................................L 65-78 Jan. 28 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 66-59 Jan. 31 at *Lafayette......................................................L 87-99 Feb. 4 *West Chester................................................. W 113-80 Feb. 7 *Bucknell......................................................... W 84-73 Feb. 9 at #7 Rutgers...................................................L 87-110 Feb. 11 at *Rider............................................................L 62-81 Feb. 14 *Lehigh............................................................ W 70-64 Feb. 18 *Lafayette..........................................................L 75-77 Feb. 21 at *West Chester.................................................L 67-74 Feb. 25 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 80-82 Feb. 28 *Rider................................................................L 70-80 * ECC West (Tie, 4th Place)

Ronald G. Rainey Head Coach 1976-85 91-147 (.382) 1976-77 (12-13, 7-3 ECC West) Head Coach: Ronald G. Rainey Captain: Robert Cook Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 30 at Franklin & Marshall........................................L 52-80 Dec. 2 at Drexel............................................................L 77-78 Dec. 4 at George Washington.........................................L 76-96 Dec. 8 La Salle..............................................................L 84-97 Dec. 11 American............................................................L 54-72 Dec. 14 at Widener....................................................... W 64-53 Dec. 29 vs. %Assumption.................................................L 76-78 Dec. 30 vs. %Boston University........................................L 71-79 Jan. 6 Vermont........................................................... W 96-75 Jan. 8 at Gettysburg................................................... W 84-61 Jan. 12 Maine.............................................................. W 73-67 Jan. 15 at Wagner........................................................ W 77-74 Jan. 18 Penn State..........................................................L 73-74 Jan. 20 at Virginia..........................................................L 71-74 Jan. 26 *Lehigh............................................................ W 73-69 Jan. 29 *Lafayette........................................................ W 92-90 Feb. 2 at *West Chester............................................... W 68-67 Feb. 5 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 75-78 Feb. 9 *Rider.............................................................. W 84-67

ALL-TIME RESULTS Feb. 12 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 82-85 Feb. 15 at *Lafayette......................................................L 72-98 Feb. 19 *West Chester................................................... W 80-78 Feb. 23 *Bucknell......................................................... W 92-74 Feb. 26 at *Rider.......................................................... W 80-79 Mar. 1 **La Salle..........................................................L 77-84 * ECC West (2nd Place) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Newark, Del. % Roanoke (Va.) College Tournament

1977-78 (16-11, 5-5 ECC West) Head Coach: Ronald G. Rainey Captain: Brian Downie Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 28 Franklin & Marshall.......................................... W 59-58 Nov. 30 Drexel.............................................................. W 91-78 Dec. 2 vs. #Davidson................................................... W 92-89 Dec. 3 vs. #Illinois State................................................L 70-89 Dec. 5 at Penn State.............................................. L 84-86 (OT) Dec. 10 American............................................................L 61-73 Dec. 14 Widener..................................................W 79-76 (2OT) Dec. 28 at %Bentley.................................................... W 104-87 Dec. 29 vs. %Northeastern.......................................... W 102-79 Jan. 4 Glassboro State............................................... W 102-79 Jan. 7 Gettysburg..................................................... W 101-80 Jan. 11 #15 Virginia.......................................................L 59-71 Jan. 14 Wagner............................................................ W 99-84 Jan. 21 at UMBC........................................................... W 81-70 Jan. 25 at *Rider.......................................................... W 85-68 Jan. 28 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 69-68 Jan. 31 at *Lafayette......................................................L 73-74 Feb. 4 *West Chester................................................... W 93-80 Feb. 8 *Bucknell....................................................... W 104-92 Feb. 11 *Rider................................................................L 64-84 Feb. 13 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 83-90 Feb. 15 *Lehigh..............................................................L 67-71 Feb. 18 *Lafayette..........................................................L 66-81 Feb. 22 at *West Chester............................................... W 87-79 Feb. 25 at *Bucknell............................................... L 76-78 (OT) Mar. 1 **Bucknell....................................................... W 72-62 Mar. 4 vs. ***La Salle..............................................................L 85-97 * ECC West (Tie, 2nd Place) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Newark, Del. *** ECC Semifinals at Easton, Pa. # Charlotte (N.C.) Invitational % Bentley (Mass.) Holiday Festival

1978-79 (5-22, 2-14 ECC West) Head Coach: Ronald G. Rainey Captains: Rick Meccariello, Mark Mancini Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 29 Penn State..........................................................L 47-60 Dec. 2 at $Drexel..........................................................L 55-68 Dec. 7 $La Salle..........................................................L 98-102 Dec. 13 at Widener.........................................................L 52-63 Dec. 15 $American..........................................................L 68-77 Dec. 20 vs. #South Carolina........................................... W 84-72 Dec. 21 vs. #Virginia Tech................................................L 69-81 Jan. 3 Glassboro......................................................... W 69-68 Jan. 5 at %Fairfield......................................................L 70-72 Jan. 6 vs. %Howard......................................................L 71-91 Jan. 10 at Vermont.........................................................L 59-66 Jan. 15 at Virginia..........................................................L 81-99 Jan. 20 $Hofstra.............................................................L 72-90 Jan. 22 #17 $Temple......................................................L 89-96 Jan. 24 at *Rider............................................................L 81-82 Jan. 27 *Lehigh..............................................................L 64-70 Jan. 31 *Lafayette..........................................................L 59-64 Feb. 3 at *West Chester.................................................L 75-91

Feb. 7 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 54-59 Feb. 10 *Rider.............................................................. W 57-56 Feb. 12 $Saint Joseph’s...................................................L 63-65 Feb. 14 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 44-48 Feb. 17 at *Lafayette......................................................L 63-79 Feb. 21 *West Chester.....................................................L 45-48 Feb. 24 *Bucknell......................................................... W 96-88 Mar. 2 at **Rider........................................................ W 72-70 Mar. 3 at ***Lafayette..................................................L 71-90 * ECC West (6th Place) $ ECC East Opponents ** ECC 1st Round at Lawrenceville, N.J. *** ECC Quarterfinals at Easton, Pa. # Roanoke (Va.) Times Tournament % Fairfield Boys Club Classic

1979-80 (9-19, 7-9 ECC West) Head Coach: Ronald G. Rainey Captains: David Gruber, Peter Mullenberg Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 30 $Drexel............................................................ W 61-60 Dec. 8 at Maine............................................................L 64-82 Dec. 11 Navy..................................................................L 62-64 Dec. 15 at $American......................................................L 62-73 Dec. 28 at New Orleans...................................................L 58-82 Dec. 29 at #5 Louisiana State..........................................L 64-92 Jan. 2 Glassboro State................................................. W 79-59 Jan. 4 at Siena.............................................................L 66-89 Jan. 5 at Howard..........................................................L 73-87 Jan. 10 at #8 Virginia.....................................................L 55-82 Jan. 12 Widener.............................................................L 65-72 Jan. 14 at Penn State......................................................L 53-85 Jan. 19 at $Hofstra.........................................................L 69-73 Jan. 21 at $Temple.........................................................L 58-74 Jan. 23 *Bucknell...........................................................L 66-69 Jan. 26 *Rider.............................................................. W 78-66 Jan. 28 at $La Salle........................................................L 59-78 Jan. 30 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 62-55 Feb. 2 at *Lafayette......................................................L 46-75 Feb. 6 *West Chester................................................... W 63-60 Feb. 9 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 60-76 Feb. 11 at $Saint Joseph’s...............................................L 55-73 Feb. 13 at *Rider.......................................................... W 56-52 Feb. 16 *Lehigh............................................................ W 61-59 Feb. 20 *Lafayette..........................................................L 71-84 Feb. 23 at *West Chester............................................... W 72-70 Feb. 25 **West Chester................................................. W 98-75 Feb. 27 at ***Bucknell....................................................L 65-76 * ECC West (3rd Place) $ ECC East Opponents ** ECC Quarterfinals at Newark, Del. *** ECC Semifinals at Lewisburg, Pa.

1980-81 (6-19, 3-13 ECC West) Head Coach: Ronald G. Rainey Captains: Peter Mullenberg, Will Reybold Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 29 at $Drexel..........................................................L 43-50 Dec. 3 at George Mason................................................L 62-66 Dec. 6 $Temple.............................................................L 60-82 Dec. 10 Upsala............................................................. W 70-61 Dec. 13 $La Salle............................................................L 59-72 Dec. 19 vs. %East Tennessee State...................................L 67-73 Dec. 20 vs. %St. Francis (N.Y.).........................................L 53-60 Jan. 3 Glassboro State................................................. W 97-73 Jan. 5 #3 Virginia.........................................................L 69-88 Jan. 8 at Widener....................................................... W 66-60 Jan. 14 at $American......................................................L 58-74 Jan. 17 at Navy..............................................................L 43-51

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS Jan. 20 $Saint Joseph’s...................................................L 56-67 Jan. 24 $Hofstra.............................................................L 61-70 Jan. 28 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 45-51 Jan. 31 at *Rider............................................................L 67-68 Feb. 4 *Lehigh..............................................................L 60-71 Feb. 7 *Lafayette..........................................................L 53-65 Feb. 11 at *West Chester............................................... W 89-76 Feb. 14 *Bucknell......................................................... W 76-67 Feb. 18 *Rider................................................................L 58-64 Feb. 21 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 59-61 Feb. 25 at *Lafayette......................................................L 64-65 Feb. 28 *West Chester................................................... W 88-74 Mar. 2 at **Lehigh........................................................L 60-66 * ECC West (5th Place) $ ECC East Opponents ** ECC Quarterfinals at Bethlehem,Pa. % West Virginia Mountaineer Classic

1981-82 (9-17, 6-10 ECC West) Head Coach: Ronald G. Rainey Captain: Kenneth S. Dill Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 28 $Drexel..............................................................L 49-56 Dec. 1 Washington College.......................................... W 66-38 Dec. 5 at $La Salle........................................................L 66-71 Dec. 8 George Mason....................................................L 56-60 Dec. 11 at %Iona............................................................L 41-59 Dec. 12 vs. %Columbia....................................................L 46-54 Dec. 28 vs. #12 !Alabama...............................................L 62-84 Dec. 29 vs. !New Hampshire............................................L 52-64 Jan. 2 Glassboro State..........................................W 49-48 (OT) Jan. 7 Widener........................................................... W 88-69 Jan. 9 at $Saint Joseph’s...............................................L 65-79 Jan. 13 at $Temple.........................................................L 49-73 Jan. 16 at Upsala............................................................L 72-85 Jan. 20 $American..........................................................L 58-89 Jan. 23 at $Hofstra.........................................................L 53-65 Jan. 27 at *West Chester............................................... W 85-69 Jan. 30 *Bucknell......................................................... W 60-58 Feb. 3 *Rider................................................................L 62-66 Feb. 6 *Lehigh............................................................ W 79-70 Feb. 10 at *Lafayette......................................................L 55-59 Feb. 13 *West Chester.....................................................L 54-57 Feb. 17 at *Bucknell..................................................... W 62-54 Feb. 20 at *Rider.......................................................... W 66-60 Feb. 24 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 59-61 Feb. 27 *Lafayette........................................................ W 70-60 Mar. 1 **Drexel............................................................L 45-49 * ECC West (4th Place) $ ECC East Opponents ** ECC Quarterfinals at Newark, Del. % Manufacturer’s Hanover Trust Classic at New Rochelle, N.Y. ! JC Best Holiday Tournament at Portland, Maine

1982-83 (11-14, 4-9 ECC West) Head Coach: Ronald G. Rainey Captains: Tim Carr, John Staudenmayer Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 27 at $Drexel..........................................................L 44-51 Nov. 30 at Washington College....................................... W 61-60 Dec. 4 $La Salle............................................................L 54-55 Dec. 7 at Loyola (Md.)................................................ W 70-62 Dec. 11 Princeton............................................................L 49-69 Dec. 22 $Towson State.................................................. W 71-62 Dec. 28 vs. %Yale.................................................... L 64-66 (OT) Dec. 29 vs. %Colgate..................................................... W 48-36 Jan. 8 at Navy............................................................ W 54-52 Jan. 12 Glassboro State................................................. W 82-68 Jan. 15 Baltimore......................................................... W 69-54

Jan. 19 at $American......................................................L 56-68 Jan. 22 $Hofstra.............................................................L 49-50 Jan. 29 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 56-71 Feb. 2 at $Towson State................................................L 56-65 Feb. 5 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 63-59 Feb. 9 *Lafayette.................................................. L 69-70 (OT) Feb. 14 at Eastern Kentucky............................................L 48-67 Feb. 16 *Bucknell......................................................... W 53-50 Feb. 19 at *Rider............................................................L 39-46 Feb. 23 *Lehigh............................................................ W 67-53 Feb. 26 at *Lafayette......................................................L 48-49 Mar. 2 William & Mary..................................................L 58-70 Mar. 5 *Rider.......................................................W 69-67 (OT) Mar. 7 at **La Salle.....................................................L 62-102 * ECC West (3rd Place) $ ECC East Opponents ** ECC Quarterfinals at Philadelphia % United Federal Tour. at Lakeland, Fla.

1983-84 (11-16, 6-10 ECC)

Jan. 12 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 63-64 Jan. 16 *Bucknell...........................................................L 76-82 Jan. 19 *Hofstra........................................................... W 89-77 Jan. 21 at Navy..............................................................L 53-87 Jan. 23 at *Towson State............................................... W 72-71 Jan. 26 *Lafayette........................................................ W 51-49 Jan. 30 at William & Mary..............................................L 61-72 Feb. 2 at *Drexel..........................................................L 67-73 Feb. 6 *Rider.............................................................. W 68-59 Feb. 9 Central Connecticut.............................................L 74-75 Feb. 13 *Lehigh............................................................ W 55-52 Feb. 16 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 71-75 Feb. 20 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 62-93 Feb. 23 *Towson State................................................... W 84-64 Feb. 27 at *Lafayette......................................................L 65-70 Mar. 2 vs. **Rider.........................................................L 58-59 % Krystal Classic at Chattanooga, Tenn. # Siena Invitational * East Coast Conference (Tied, 4th) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Towson, Md.

Head Coach: Ronald Rainey Captain: Jon Chamberlain Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 29 Washington College.......................................... W 82-79 Dec. 1 *Drexel..............................................................L 55-72 Dec. 5 at Army..............................................................L 63-71 Dec. 7 Loyola (Md.).................................................... W 85-83 Dec. 10 at Princeton........................................................L 44-68 Jan. 3 at Loyola (Ill.)..................................................L 88-106 Jan. 7 at Glassboro State............................................. W 83-71 Jan. 10 Columbia.......................................................... W 68-63 Jan. 16 at West Chester................................................. W 83-70 Jan. 18 *American...............................................W 78-75 (2OT) Jan. 21 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 54-56 Jan. 23 Navy..................................................................L 54-57 Jan. 28 *Bucknell...........................................................L 72-87 Jan. 30 at William & Mary..............................................L 65-68 Feb. 1 *Towson State................................................... W 57-56 Feb. 4 *Lehigh............................................................ W 83-67 Feb. 6 *Hofstra........................................................... W 64-61 Feb. 8 at *Lafayette......................................................L 62-68 Feb. 11 at *Drexel........................................................ W 69-65 Feb. 15 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 62-84 Feb. 18 *Rider................................................................L 68-87 Feb. 20 at *Towson State.................................................L 61-62 Feb. 22 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 80-75 Feb. 25 *Lafayette.................................................. L 58-61 (OT) Feb. 29 at *American......................................................L 42-62 Mar. 3 at *Rider............................................................L 66-69 Mar. 8 vs. **Drexel............................................... L 72-82 (OT) * East Coast Conference (6th Place) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Towson, Md.

1984-85 (12-16, 7-7 ECC) Head Coach: Ronald Rainey Captains: Len O’Donnell, Dave Penkrot Date Nov. 27 Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 8 Dec. 21 Dec. 22 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 9

Opponent / Site Result at Washington College.........................................L 67-79 Princeton.......................................................... W 52-48 Glassboro State................................................. W 74-66 Loyola (Md.).................................................... W 84-79 at %UT-Chattanooga...........................................L 67-85 vs. %Auburn.......................................................L 63-95 at #Siena...........................................................L 69-94 vs. #Fairleigh Dickinson......................................L 84-87 *Drexel..............................................................L 75-89 at *Rider.......................................................... W 76-70 at Columbia...................................................... W 65-62 American.......................................................... W 81-73

Steve C. Steinwedel Head Coach 1985-95 163-121 (.574) 1985-86 (11-16, 4-10 ECC) Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captains: Oscar Jones, John Weber Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 23 Glassboro State................................................. W 91-68 Nov. 29 vs. %Western Michigan.......................................L 61-77 Nov. 30 vs. %Central Michigan ...............................W 89-85 (OT) Dec. 3 Washington College.......................................... W 81-75 Dec. 7 Pennsylvania......................................................L 66-69 Dec. 9 at Loyola (Md.)................................................ W 69-62 Dec. 12 at Princeton...................................................... W 42-40 Dec. 27 vs. #Colgate..................................................... W 59-39 Dec. 28 vs. #Wesleyan.................................................. W 96-74 Jan. 4 at West Chester ..................................................L 71-74 Jan. 8 at American............................................... L 78-79 (OT) Jan. 11 *Hofstra.............................................................L 79-82 Jan. 15 *Bucknell...........................................................L 75-79 Jan. 18 at *Lafayette....................................................L 77-101 Jan. 20 Navy................................................................L 63-108 Jan. 22 at *Lehigh........................................................ W 71-70 Jan. 25 *Drexel...................................................... L 89-90 (OT) Jan. 29 at *Rider............................................................L 60-66 Feb. 1 *Towson State................................................... W 57-53 Feb. 5 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 77-87 Feb. 8 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 75-81 Feb. 12 *Lafayette..........................................................L 77-87 Feb. 15 *Lehigh............................................................ W 89-73 Feb. 19 at *Drexel..........................................................L 85-86 Feb. 22 Rider................................................................ W 84-80 Feb. 24 at *Towson State.................................................L 81-87 Mar 1 vs. **Drexel.......................................................L 81-99 * East Coast Conference (8th Place) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Towson, Md. % Cutlass Classic at Michigan State # Albright Invitational

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1986-87 (12-16, 3-11 ECC)

Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captains: Phil Carr, Taurence Chisholm, Brad Heckert Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 29 Glassboro State................................................. W 73-59 Dec. 3 at Washington College....................................... W 91-73 Dec. 5 at #5 %Iowa.......................................................L 47-95 Dec. 6 vs. %Washington State...................................... W 55-50 Dec. 8 Widener........................................................... W 64-60 Dec. 10 at Monmouth.................................................... W 74-68 Dec. 22 Columbia.......................................................... W 83-71 Dec. 29 UMBC............................................................... W 73-64 Jan. 3 West Chester..................................................... W 85-65 Jan. 6 Princeton............................................................L 57-64 Jan. 10 at Central Connecticut.........................................L 63-67 Jan. 12 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 58-75 Jan. 14 *Towson State.....................................................L 52-62 Jan. 19 at #19 Navy.......................................................L 60-84 Jan. 21 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 78-84 Jan. 24 *Lafayette..........................................................L 64-65 Jan. 28 *Lehigh..............................................................L 60-65 Jan. 31 at *Drexel........................................................ W 90-78 Feb. 2 *Rider.............................................................. W 82-80 Feb. 7 at *Towson State.................................................L 61-75 Feb. 11 *Hofstra........................................................... W 72-66 Feb. 14 *Bucknell...........................................................L 74-80 Feb. 16 American.................................................W 94-91 (2OT) Feb. 18 at *Lafayette......................................................L 73-81 Feb. 21 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 79-98 Feb. 25 *Drexel..............................................................L 75-86 Feb. 28 at *Rider............................................................L 73-87 Mar. 6 vs. **Bucknell....................................................L 71-81 * East Coast Conference (8th Place) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Towson, MD % Amana/Hawkeye Classic at Iowa City, IA

1987-88 (19-9, 9-5 ECC)

ALL-TIME RESULTS * East Coast Conference (tie, 2nd Place) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Towson, Md. % Connecticut Bank & Trust Tournament at Hartford

1988-89 (14-14, 6-8 ECC) Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captain: Elsworth Bowers Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 25 at Southern California.........................................L 68-74 Nov. 26 at San Diego State..............................................L 61-74 Nov. 29 Washington College.......................................... W 77-71 Dec. 3 at Pennsylvania..................................................L 63-80 Dec. 6 Caldwell........................................................... W 73-47 Dec. 10 at William & Mary............................................ W 81-63 Dec. 14 West Chester..................................................... W 59-49 Dec. 22 Mount St. Mary’s.............................................. W 85-75 Jan. 2 Widener........................................................... W 68-40 Jan. 4 Princeton.......................................................... W 52-45 Jan. 7 Monmouth.........................................................L 67-70 Jan. 11 *Drexel..............................................................L 69-78 Jan. 14 *Lafayette..........................................................L 56-62 Jan. 18 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 67-76 Jan. 21 at *Towson State.................................................L 74-88 Jan. 25 at *Rider.......................................................... W 86-64 Jan. 28 *Bucknell....................................................... W 102-88 Jan. 30 at Navy............................................................ W 62-51 Feb. 1 *Hofstra..................................................W 79-77 (2OT) Feb. 4 at *Drexel..........................................................L 79-88 Feb. 8 at *Lafayette......................................................L 68-72 Feb. 11 *Lehigh............................................................ W 69-62 Feb. 15 *Towson State................................................... W 76-74 Feb. 18 *Rider.............................................................. W 87-61 Feb. 22 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 76-81 Feb. 25 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 58-69 Feb. 27 at Central Connecticut.........................................L 83-88 Mar. 4 vs. **Lafayette...................................................L 70-72 * East Coast Conference (6th Place) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Towson, Md.

1989-90 (16-13, 7-7 ECC) Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captains: Renard Johnson, Ricky Long Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 25 at St. Francis (Pa.)..............................................L 78-84 Nov. 28 Washington College.......................................... W 90-74 Dec. 2 William & Mary................................................ W 72-56 Dec. 9 at Rutgers..........................................................L 54-70 Dec. 11 West Chester..................................................... W 63-52 Dec. 14 at Monmouth......................................................L 61-72 Dec. 29 vs. %Mississippi State..........................................L 65-66 Dec. 30 vs. %Saint Joseph’s........................................... W 68-50 Jan. 3 at Princeton........................................................L 41-58 Jan. 7 Hartford....................................................W 58-54 (OT) Jan. 10 Widener........................................................... W 61-39 Jan. 13 at *Drexel..........................................................L 65-73 Jan. 17 at *Lafayette.............................................. L 76-79 (OT) Jan. 20 *Lehigh.......................................................... W 104-70 Jan. 24 *Towson State................................................... W 89-77 Jan. 27 *Rider.............................................................. W 80-59 Jan. 29 Navy................................................................ W 70-51 Jan. 31 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 71-83 Feb. 3 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 64-79 Feb. 7 *Drexel............................................................ W 69-63 Feb. 10 *Lafayette........................................................ W 89-58 Feb. 14 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 91-95 Feb. 17 at *Towson State.................................................L 84-87 Feb. 19 St. Mary’s (Md.)................................................ W 93-72 Feb. 21 at *Rider.......................................................... W 67-64 Feb. 24 *Bucknell......................................................... W 80-68 Feb. 26 *Hofstra.............................................................L 64-76 Mar. 3 vs. **Lafayette........................................W 57-54 (2OT) Mar. 4 at ***Towson State.............................................L 71-85 * East Coast Conference (tie, 4th Place) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Towson, Md. *** ECC Semifinals at Towson, Md. % Connecticut Mutual Classic at Hartford, Conn.

Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captains: Barry Berger, Taurence Chisholm, O.J. Gumbs Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 27 at %Hartford.................................................... W 64-57 Nov. 28 vs. %La Salle......................................................L 72-86 Dec. 1 Washington College.......................................... W 83-70 Dec. 5 Ursinus............................................................. W 77-56 Dec. 8 Army................................................................ W 69-56 Dec. 11 at Columbia...................................................... W 63-53 Dec. 29 Glassboro State............................................... W 107-52 Jan. 2 Monmouth..................................................... W 102-71 Jan. 5 at Princeton........................................................L 63-78 Jan. 7 William & Mary................................................ W 77-69 Jan. 9 Central Connecticut........................................... W 89-78 Jan. 13 at *Drexel........................................................ W 88-85 Jan. 16 West Chester..................................................... W 78-64 Jan. 18 *Rider.............................................................. W 84-75 Jan. 20 at *Towson State............................................... W 76-75 Jan. 23 *Hofstra........................................................... W 69-55 Jan. 27 *Bucknell......................................................... W 89-76 Jan. 30 at *Lafayette......................................................L 53-64 Feb. 1 Navy..................................................................L 60-63 Feb. 3 at *Lehigh..........................................................L 75-86 Feb. 6 *Drexel..............................................................L 76-77 Feb. 10 at *Rider.......................................................... W 90-77 Feb. 13 *Towson State................................................... W 77-74 Feb. 17 at *Hofstra................................................. L 63-65 (OT) Feb. 20 at *Bucknell.......................................................L 67-81 Feb. 24 *Lafayette........................................................ W 71-66 Feb. 27 *Lehigh............................................................ W 79-67 Mar. 5 vs. **Rider.........................................................L 82-88

The 1991-92 season was the most successful in school history as the Hens went 27-4, won the North Atlantic Conference title, and made its first NCAA tournament appearance. Front Row (left to right): Denard Montgomery, Mark Murray, Rob Jackson, Alex Coles, Steve Lubas. Middle Row: Assistant Coach Doug Nicholas, Anthony Wright, Kevin Blackhurst, Ricky Deadwyler, Brian Pearl, Andre Buck, Assistant Coach Mike Moses, Assistant Coach Mark Haughton. Back Row: Assistant Coach Sean Kearney, Patrick Evans, Micah Edwards, Spencer Dunkley, Kevin Benton, Robbie Johnson, Head Coach Steve Steinwedel.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS 1990-91 (16-13, 8-4 ECC) Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captain: Mark Haughton Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 24 at #7 Alabama...................................................L 47-72 Nov. 28 at Bucknell.........................................................L 72-81 Dec. 5 St. Francis (PA)...................................................L 70-72 Dec. 7 at Boston University............................................L 68-74 Dec. 8 at Northeastern..................................................L 70-84 Dec. 11 Monmouth.........................................................L 54-57 Dec. 13 West Chester..................................................... W 67-62 Dec. 23 Maine.............................................................. W 81-76 Jan. 3 *Drexel............................................................ W 95-87 Jan. 5 at Rutgers..........................................................L 63-66 Jan. 7 Bucknell........................................................... W 91-87 Jan. 12 at *Rider............................................................L 55-76 Jan. 17 *Central Connecticut....................................... W 113-84 Jan. 19 at New Hampshire............................................ W 72-55 Jan. 23 at *UMBC...........................................................L 77-78 Jan. 26 *Hofstra.............................................................L 62-68 Jan. 28 at Navy.......................................................... W 102-80 Jan. 30 at *Towson State......................................... L 84-88 (OT) Feb. 2 at *Central Connecticut..................................... W 63-59 Feb. 4 at Hartford.........................................................L 68-82 Feb. 7 at *Drexel........................................................ W 72-71 Feb. 9 *Rider.............................................................. W 70-68 Feb. 13 *UMBC............................................................. W 73-68 Feb. 15 Vermont........................................................... W 93-89 Feb. 20 *Towson State................................................... W 75-74 Feb. 23 at *Hofstra....................................................... W 75-72 Feb. 26 Boston University.............................................. W 92-69 Mar. 2 vs. **Central Connecticut................................... W 99-85 Mar. 3 vs. ***Rider............................................... L 75-77 (OT) * East Coast Conference (2nd Place) ** ECC Quarterfinals at Towson, Md. *** ECC Semifinals at Towson, Md.

1991-92 (27-4, 14-0 North Atlantic Conference) Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captains: Alex Coles, Rob Jackson, Steve Lubas, Denard Montgomery, Mark Murray Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 23 Washington College........................................ W 105-63 Nov. 27 at Stetson....................................................... W 103-85 Nov. 29 vs. %Saint Francis (N.Y.)................................... W 80-67 Nov. 30 at %Central Florida........................................... W 92-79 Dec. 5 Delaware State...................................................L 95-99 Dec. 7 Widener........................................................... W 90-67 Dec. 10 at Monmouth.................................................... W 73-63 Dec. 23 at Brooklyn...................................................... W 92-74 Jan. 2 Bucknell.............................................................L 68-86 Jan. 4 at Rutgers........................................................L 78-101 Jan. 7 at UMBC................................................W 103-101 (OT) Jan. 11 Towson State.................................................... W 90-69 Jan. 17 at *New Hampshire.......................................... W 89-74 Jan. 19 at *Maine......................................................... W 80-67 Jan. 24 *Boston University............................................ W 93-57 Jan. 25 *Northeastern.................................................. W 65-63 Jan. 28 Brooklyn.......................................................... W 66-51 Feb. 1 at *Vermont..................................................... W 68-60 Feb. 2 at *Hartford..................................................... W 75-65 Feb. 8 at *Drexel........................................................ W 69-66 Feb. 14 *Hartford......................................................... W 88-69 Feb. 15 *Vermont......................................................... W 79-73 Feb. 22 at *Boston University........................................ W 89-73 Feb. 23 at *Northeastern.............................................. W 74-64 Feb. 28 *Maine............................................................. W 82-75 Feb. 29 New Hampshire................................................ W 55-49 Mar. 4 *Drexel............................................................ W 72-66 Mar. 7 **Hartford....................................................... W 92-56

Mar. 9 ***Vermont...................................................... W 76-64 Mar. 11 ****Drexel....................................................... W 92-68 Mar. 20 vs. #12 !Cincinnati..............................................L 47-85 * North Atlantic Conference (1st Place) ** NAC Quarterfinals at Newark, Del. *** NAC Semifinals at Newark, Del. **** NAC Championship at Newark, Del. ! NCAA Midwest Regional at Dayton (Ohio) Arena % Central Florida Classic at Orlando, Fla. NAC CHAMPIONS NCAA MIDWEST REGIONAL

1992-93 (22-8, 10-4 NAC) Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captains: Spencer Dunkley, Anthony Wright, Ricky Deadwyler, Kevin Blackhurst, Andre Buck Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 19 at #6 %Seton Hall...............................................L 54-75 Dec. 1 +Rutgers.......................................................... W 77-69 Dec. 3 Widener........................................................... W 84-55 Dec. 8 at Bucknell.........................................................L 71-83 Dec. 10 at Delaware State............................................. W 81-64 Dec. 18 vs. $Xavier.........................................................L 66-74 Dec. 19 vs. $Rice.......................................................... W 71-65 Dec. 29 vs. &UNC Greensboro........................................ W 67-60 Dec. 30 at &Mount St. Mary’s........................................ W 73-55 Jan. 4 Navy................................................................ W 79-58 Jan. 6 UMBC......................................................W 106-98 (OT) Jan. 9 at Towson State................................................ W 76-69 Jan. 15 *New Hampshire.............................................. W 65-54 Jan. 17 *Maine............................................................. W 93-71 Jan. 22 at *Boston University........................................ W 70-69 Jan. 24 at *Northeastern................................................L 73-76 Jan. 29 *Vermont......................................................... W 73-69 Jan. 31 *Hartford......................................................... W 71-67 Feb. 6 at *Drexel..........................................................L 63-79 Feb. 11 at *Hartford..................................................... W 69-65 Feb. 13 at *Vermont..................................................... W 88-73 Feb. 19 *Northeastern....................................................L 68-82 Feb. 21 *Boston University............................................ W 83-65 Feb. 26 at *Maine......................................................... W 78-72

Feb. 28 at *New Hampshire............................................L 62-64 Mar. 3 *Drexel............................................................ W 92-73 Mar. 6 **New Hampshire............................................. W 70-65 Mar. 8 at ***Northeastern........................................... W 84-61 Mar. 10 at ****Drexel................................................... W 67-64 Mar. 19 vs. #15 !Louisville..............................................L 70-76 * North Atlantic Conference (3rd Place) ** NAC Quarterfinals at Newark, Del. *** NAC Semifinals at Boston, Mass. **** NAC Championship at Philadelphia, Pa. ! NCAA Midwest Regional First Round at Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis, Ind. % Preseason NIT Tournament $ NCAA Ball Tournament at Tokyo, Japan & Mount St. Mary’s Tournament at Emmitsburg, Md. + First Game at Bob Carpenter Center NAC CHAMPIONS NCAA MIDWEST REGIONAL

1993-94 (14-13, 8-6 NAC) Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captains: Brian Pearl, Robbie Johnson Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 27 at Monmouth......................................................L 79-91 Nov. 29 Washington College.......................................... W 86-56 Dec. 4 Delaware State................................................. W 73-72 Dec. 8 Widener........................................................... W 80-63 Dec. 11 Towson State......................................................L 63-71 Dec. 21 vs. #Troy State.............................................. W 107-106 Dec. 22 at #New Orleans.................................................L 56-58 Dec. 29 at %Toledo.........................................................L 65-69 Dec. 30 vs. %Columbia.................................................. W 72-52 Jan. 3 Loyola (MD)..................................................... W 77-65 Jan. 5 Richmond......................................................... W 58-51 Jan. 8 at Rutgers..........................................................L 59-62 Jan. 14 at *New Hampshire............................................L 77-85 Jan. 16 at *Maine...........................................................L 84-97 Jan. 21 *Boston University............................................ W 80-66 Jan. 23 *Northeastern.................................................. W 59-56 Jan. 27 at *Vermont..................................................... W 89-75 Jan. 29 at *Hartford.......................................................L 76-88 Feb. 5 *Drexel..............................................................L 67-74

The 1992-93 Blue Hens made it two straight NAC titles and two straight NCAA Tournament berths with a 22-8 record. Pictured above are: First Row: Captains Kevin Blackhurst, Andre Buck, Spencer Dunkley, Anthony Wright, Ricky Deadwyler; Middle Row: Assistant Coach Doug Nicholas, Rob Garner, Ron Hill, Brian Pearl, Bruce McCullough, Patrick Evans, Assistant Coach Darryl Hilliard, Manager Adam Dunayer; Back Row: Student Trainer Daryl Conway, Assistant Coach Sean Kearney, Robbie Johnson, Matt Strine, Kevin Benton, Micah Edwards, Head Coach Steve Steinwedel, Manager G.R. Myers.

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Feb. 11 *Hartford......................................................... W 73-57 Feb. 13 *Vermont......................................................... W 67-43 Feb. 18 at *Northeastern.....................................W 89-85 (2OT) Feb. 20 at *Boston University..........................................L 61-74 Feb. 25 *Maine...................................................... L 82-83 (OT) Feb. 27 *New Hampshire.............................................. W 61-59 Mar. 2 at *Drexel.................................................. L 60-68 (OT) Mar. 5 at **New Hampshire ..........................................L 67-80 * North Atlantic Conference (5th Place) ** NAC Quarterfinals at Durham, N.H. # New Orleans Tournament at UNO % Toledo MVP Holiday Classic

1994-95 (12-15, 7-9 NAC) Head Coach: Steve Steinwedel Captains: Brian Pearl, Robbie Johnson, Micah Edwards Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 26 at Delaware State......................................W 82-80 (OT) Nov. 28 Washington College.......................................... W 86-77 Dec. 1 vs. #Weber State.............................................. W 82-70 Dec. 3 at #UC-Santa Barbara.........................................L 74-92 Dec. 8 Widener........................................................... W 91-61 Dec. 17 at Towson State..................................................L 83-84 Dec. 22 Monmouth.........................................................L 71-77 Dec. 30 Villanova............................................................L 54-90 Jan. 3 at Richmond.......................................................L 53-57 Jan. 7 at Loyola (Md.)................................................ W 86-70 Jan. 10 *Hofstra........................................................... W 70-52 Jan. 13 *New Hampshire.............................................. W 69-61 Jan. 15 *Maine............................................................. W 71-66 Jan. 20 at *Boston University..........................................L 54-55 Jan. 22 at *Northeastern................................................L 68-81 Jan. 27 *Vermont......................................................... W 84-62 Jan. 29 *Hartford...........................................................L 66-70 Feb. 3 at *Drexel..........................................................L 69-76 Feb. 9 at *Hartford............................................... L 84-86 (OT) Feb. 11 at *Vermont.......................................................L 64-87 Feb. 13 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 63-66 Feb. 17 *Northeastern.................................................. W 87-58 Feb. 19 *Boston University...................................... L 72-76 (OT) Feb. 24 at *Maine......................................................... W 99-87 Feb. 26 at *New Hampshire ............................... L 111-113 (OT) Feb. 28 *Drexel............................................................ W 73-71 Mar. 4 at **New Hampshire...........................................L 81-83 * North Atlantic Conference (7th Place) ** NAC Quarterfinals at Durham, N.H. # UC-Santa Barbara Gaucho Classic

ALL-TIME RESULTS Dec. 9 vs. #The Citadel................................................ W 68-46 Dec. 19 at #20 Duke.......................................................L 73-79 Dec. 22 Widener........................................................... W 81-38 Dec. 30 at #8 Villanova...................................................L 58-71 Jan. 4 at *Maine...........................................................L 62-64 Jan. 6 at *New Hampshire.......................................... W 57-52 Jan. 11 *Boston University............................................ W 62-50 Jan. 13 *Northeastern.................................................. W 99-69 Jan. 16 at $*Drexel........................................................L 75-91 Jan. 18 at *Hartford.......................................................L 77-79 Jan. 20 at *Vermont.......................................................L 66-67 Jan. 26 *Hartford......................................................... W 90-66 Jan. 28 *Vermont......................................................... W 77-59 Feb. 1 at *Boston University.................................. L 75-82 (OT) Feb. 4 at *Northeastern.............................................. W 60-59 Feb. 7 *Hofstra........................................................... W 93-65 Feb. 9 *Maine...............................................................L 65-77 Feb. 11 *New Hampshire.............................................. W 93-75 Feb. 16 at *Hofstra....................................................... W 67-57 Feb. 18 *Drexel..............................................................L 78-82 Feb. 21 *Towson State................................................... W 81-73 Feb. 24 at *Towson State............................................... W 71-70 Mar. 2 **Towson State...................................................L 78-85 * North Atlantic Conference (4th Place) ** NAC Quarterfinals at Delaware # Indiana University Classic $ Spectrum (Philadelphia, Pa.)

1996-97 (15-16, 8-10 America East) Head Coach: Mike Brey Captains: Greg Smith, Peca Arsic, Keith Davis, Tyrone Perry Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 22 Delaware State................................................. W 91-63 Nov. 26 Rider................................................................ W 82-70 Nov. 29 vs. #10 $Clemson...............................................L 71-78 Nov. 30 vs. $Tennessee-Chattanooga.............................. W 83-74 Dec. 1 vs. $Florida...................................................... W 88-78 Dec. 4 at Bucknell.........................................................L 57-81 Dec. 6 *Northeastern.................................................. W 74-55 Dec. 8 *Boston University..............................................L 56-58 Dec. 20 Washington College.......................................... W 92-55 Dec. 22 Widener........................................................... W 71-58 Dec. 30 at Virginia..........................................................L 66-76 Jan. 4 at Marshall.........................................................L 78-89 Jan. 5 *Towson State................................................. W 104-63 Jan. 7 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 70-81 Jan. 10 *Hartford...........................................................L 62-91 Jan. 12 *Vermont......................................................... W 71-50

Jan. 16 at *New Hampshire.......................................... W 81-47 Jan. 18 at *Maine......................................................... W 65-62 Jan. 21 *Drexel..............................................................L 73-77 Jan. 24 at *Boston University.................................. L 72-79 (OT) Jan. 26 at *Northeastern.............................................. W 70-66 Jan. 31 at *Drexel..........................................................L 70-74 Feb. 2 *Hofstra........................................................... W 79-72 Feb. 6 at *Hartford.......................................................L 83-92 Feb. 8 at *Vermont.......................................................L 87-89 Feb. 13 *Maine...............................................................L 52-56 Feb. 15 *New Hampshire.............................................. W 81-54 Feb. 18 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 65-77 Feb. 22 at *Towson State.................................................L 79-86 Mar. 1 **Hofstra......................................................... W 86-73 Mar. 2 ***Boston University..........................................L 65-69 * America East Games (5th Place) ** America East Quarterfinals *** America East Semifinals $ San Juan Shootout, San Juan, PR (5th)

1997-98 (20-10, 12-6 America East) Head Coach: Mike Brey Captains: Keith Davis, Tyrone Perry Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 14 vs. #Siena........................................................ W 77-73 Nov. 15 at #George Washington......................................L 79-84 Nov. 22 at Rider..............................................................L 55-77 Nov. 25 Virginia..............................................................L 57-64 Nov. 29 vs. $American.................................................. W 67-56 Dec. 3 at *Drexel..........................................................L 63-65 Dec. 6 *Hofstra........................................................... W 77-75 Dec. 9 at *Towson................................................W 68-63 (OT) Dec. 21 Washington College.......................................... W 88-69 Jan. 5 at Delaware State............................................. W 77-64 Jan. 8 at *New Hampshire............................................L 62-68 Jan. 10 at *Maine......................................................... W 94-82 Jan. 13 *Drexel............................................................ W 73-68 Jan. 16 *Hartford...........................................................L 71-90 Jan. 18 *Vermont......................................................... W 81-64 Jan. 22 *Northeastern.................................................. W 79-63 Jan. 25 *Boston University............................................ W 68-54 Jan. 29 at *Hartford..................................................... W 95-84 Jan. 31 at *Vermont.......................................................L 76-86 Feb. 3 at *Hofstra....................................................... W 92-77 Feb. 6 *New Hampshire.............................................. W 72-69 Feb. 8 *Maine............................................................. W 67-63 Feb. 11 Widener........................................................... W 81-62 Feb. 14 *Towson....................................................W 71-68 (OT)

Mike Brey Head Coach 1995-2000 99-51 (.660)

1995-96 (15-12, 11-7 NAC) Head Coach: Mike Brey Captains: Rob Garner, Patrick Evans Date Nov. 27 Nov. 29 Dec. 2 Dec. 8

Opponent / Site Result Washington College........................................ W 100-58 Bucknell........................................................... W 73-64 Saint Joseph’s.....................................................L 56-64 at #Indiana........................................................L 68-85

The Blue Hens captured their third conference title and NCAA Tournament berth of the decade in 1997-98. Front Row Sitting (left to right): Dave Arnold, John Gordon (redshirt), Keith Davis, Tyrone Perry, Kestutis Marciulionis; Back Row Standing (left to right): Trainer Jen Massey, Assistant Coach Kenny Blakeney, Trainer Mike King, Tobias Mullen, Mike Pegues, Darryl Presley, Mohamed Niang, Head Coach Mike Brey, John Bennett, Fred Gonzalez, Madou Diouf, Greg Miller, Assistant Coach Sean Kearney, Assistant Coach G.R. Myers, Assistant Coach Shane Brey.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS Feb. 19 at *Northeastern................................................L 62-72 Feb. 21 at *Boston University..........................................L 77-87 Feb. 28 **Towson......................................................... W 80-60 Mar. 1 ***Hofstra....................................................... W 60-51 Mar. 7 ****Boston University....................................... W 66-58 Mar. 13 vs. #11 %Purdue................................................L 56-95 * America East Games (tie, 1st Place) ** America East Quarterfinals *** America East Semifinals **** America East Finals # Red Auerback Classic at Washington, D.C. $ at Paget, Bermuda % NCAA Midwest Regional First Round at Chicago, Ill. AMERICA EAST CHAMPIONS NCAA MIDWEST REGIONAL

1998-99 (25-6, 15-3 America East) Head Coach: Mike Brey Captains: John Bennett, Tyrone Perry Date Nov. 14 Nov. 18

Opponent / Site Result at American...................................................... W 86-81 Delaware State................................................. W 87-74

Nov. 23 Rider................................................................ W 78-69 Nov. 25 at Howard........................................................ W 93-74 Dec. 1 at Colgate......................................................... W 70-68 Dec. 5 at *Drexel........................................................ W 70-62 Dec. 8 vs. +Lafayette.................................................. W 92-78 Dec. 21 vs. #Charleston Southern.................................. W 58-46 Dec. 22 at #College of Charleston....................................L 55-80 Dec. 27 at Virginia..........................................................L 64-72 Jan. 3 *Northeastern.................................................. W 80-57 Jan. 5 *Boston University.....................................W 75-74 (OT) Jan. 10 *Towson........................................................... W 70-60 Jan. 14 at *Vermont.......................................................L 63-64 Jan. 16 at *Hartford..................................................... W 81-68 Jan. 19 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 76-78 Jan. 22 *Maine...............................................................L 59-70 Jan. 24 *New Hampshire.............................................. W 67-41 Jan. 27 *Drexel.....................................................W 99-91 (OT) Jan. 29 at *Northeastern.............................................. W 72-69 Jan. 31 at *Boston University........................................ W 78-60 Feb. 7 at *Towson....................................................... W 73-56 Feb. 10 *Hofstra........................................................... W 83-60 Feb. 13 *Vermont......................................................... W 80-62 Feb. 15 *Hartford......................................................... W 91-75 Feb. 18 at *Maine......................................................... W 87-74 Feb. 20 at *New Hampshire.......................................... W 96-72 Feb. 27 **Towson......................................................... W 83-63

The Blue Hens captured their third conference title and NCAA Tournament berth of the decade in 1997-98. Front Row Sitting (left to right): Dave Arnold, John Gordon (redshirt), Keith Davis, Tyrone Perry, Kestutis Marciulionis; Back Row Standing (left to right): Trainer Jen Massey, Assistant Coach Kenny Blakeney, Trainer Mike King, Tobias Mullen, Mike Pegues, Darryl Presley, Mohamed Niang, Head Coach Mike Brey, John Bennett, Fred Gonzalez, Madou Diouf, Greg Miller, Assistant Coach Sean Kearney, Assistant Coach G.R. Myers, Assistant Coach Shane Brey.

Feb. 28 ***Maine......................................................... W 90-73 Mar. 6 ****Drexel....................................................... W 86-67 Mar. 12 vs. #20 %Tennessee............................................L 52-62 * America East Games (tie, 1st Place) ** America East Quarterfinals *** America East Semifinals **** America East Finals + Desmond Conf. Challenge, Pepsi Arena, Albany, N.Y. # College of Charleston Tournament, Charleston, S.C. % NCAA East Regional First Round at Charlotte, N.C. AMERICA EAST CHAMPIONS NCAA EAST REGIONAL

1999-2000 (24-8, 14-4 America East) Head Coach: Mike Brey Captains: Mike Pegues, John Gordon, Kestutis Marciulionis Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 20 vs. ^Duquesne................................................. W 86-81 Nov. 21 vs. ^Canisius.................................................... W 81-74 Nov. 23 George Mason.................................................. W 80-78 Nov. 27 American.......................................................... W 58-57 Nov. 29 at Rider..............................................................L 49-66 Dec. 2 Colgate............................................................ W 65-56 Dec. 4 at Delaware State............................................. W 64-51 Dec. 11 *Vermont..................................................W 79-71 (OT) Dec. 21 Howard............................................................ W 97-52 Dec. 28 vs. $Alabama................................................... W 76-66 Dec. 30 at #5 $Arizona...................................................L 77-89 Jan. 2 at *Maine...........................................................L 68-72 Jan. 4 at *New Hampshire.......................................... W 96-57 Jan. 9 *Hofstra........................................................... W 85-81 Jan. 11 *Drexel............................................................ W 90-77 Jan. 14 at *Boston University........................................ W 62-59 Jan. 16 at *Northeastern................................................L 76-90 Jan. 22 *Towson........................................................... W 82-70 Jan. 27 *New Hampshire............................................ W 102-55 Jan. 29 *Maine...............................................................L 56-71 Feb. 4 at *Drexel........................................................ W 69-65 Feb. 6 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 70-82 Feb. 10 *Boston University............................................ W 87-77 Feb. 12 *Northeastern.................................................. W 80-64 Feb. 14 *Hartford......................................................... W 90-72 Feb. 19 at *Towson....................................................... W 80-74 Feb. 24 at *Vermont..................................................... W 74-72 Feb. 26 at *Hartford..................................................... W 89-61 Mar. 4 **Towson......................................................... W 79-69 Mar. 5 ***Maine......................................................... W 68-46 Mar. 11 at +Hofstra........................................................L 69-76 Mar. 15 at %Villanova.....................................................L 63-72 * America East Game (2nd Place) ** America East Quarterfinals *** America East Semifinals + America East Championship % National Invitation Tournament ^ Binghamton Hoopfest, Binghamton, N.Y. $ Fiesta Bowl Classic, Tucson, Ariz. NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT

Delaware made its third consecutive postseason appearance in 1999-2000 when the Blue Hens competed in the National Invitation Tournament. Front Row Sitting (left to right): Ndongo Ndiaye, Darryl Presley, John Gordon, Mike Pegues, Kestutis Marciulionis, Madou Diouf. Back Row Standing (left to right): Head Coach Mike Brey, Trainer Mike King, Trainer Tara Good, Trainer Chris Stella, Austen Rowland, Dave Arnold, Greg Miller, Maurice Sessoms (redshirt), Ajmal Basit (redshirt), Dave Hindenlang, Ryan Iversen (redshirt), Billy Wells, Associate Head Coach Sean Kearney, Assistant Coach Tyrone Perry, Assistant Coach Kenny Blakeney, Strength & Conditioning Coach Russell Barbarino.

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David Henderson Head Coach 2006-06 85-93 (.478) 2000-01 (20-10, 14-4 America East) Head Coach: David Henderson Captains: Greg Miller, Billy Wells, Ajmal Basit Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 13 at #Temple.........................................................L 49-56 Nov. 20 Delaware State................................................. W 79-54 Nov. 25 at George Mason................................................L 65-72 Nov. 27 at Loyola (MD)...................................................L 72-76 Nov. 30 at *Hofstra....................................................... W 79-74 Dec. 3 at *Drexel..........................................................L 70-82 Dec. 7 *New Hampshire.............................................. W 92-75 Dec. 9 *Maine...............................................................L 68-74 Dec. 16 Rider................................................................ W 72-57 Dec. 20 vs. ^Charleston Southern.................................. W 82-63 Dec. 21 at ^College of Charleston........................... L 75-80 (OT) Dec. 30 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 67-72 Jan. 4 at *Hartford..................................................... W 81-53 Jan. 6 at *Vermont..................................................... W 88-85 Jan. 11 *Northeastern.................................................. W 71-54 Jan. 13 *Boston University............................................ W 68-59 Jan. 17 Pennsylvania.................................................... W 76-66 Jan. 20 at *Towson....................................................... W 67-64 Jan. 25 at *New Hampshire.......................................... W 88-74 Jan. 27 at *Maine...........................................................L 68-80 Feb. 1 *Drexel............................................................ W 68-56 Feb. 4 *Hofstra.............................................................L 55-68 Feb. 8 at *Northeastern.......................................W 81-77 (OT) Feb. 10 at *Boston University........................................ W 75-55 Feb. 17 *Towson........................................................... W 77-63 Feb. 22 *Vermont......................................................... W 91-68 Feb. 24 *Hartford......................................................... W 98-72 Mar. 3 **Towson......................................................... W 66-51 Mar. 4 ***Northeastern............................................. W 110-66 Mar. 10 at +Hofstra........................................................L 54-68 * America East Game (2nd Place) ** America East Quarterfinals *** America East Semifinals + America East Championship # Preseason National Invitation Tournament ^ State Farm College of Charleston Classic, Charleston, S.C.

2001-02 (14-16, 9-9 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: David Henderson Captains: Austen Rowland, Ryan Iversen Date Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Nov. 18 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 22 Dec. 30 Jan. 3 Jan. 5

Opponent / Site Result vs. +Wichita State............................................. W 62-47 vs. +Butler.........................................................L 59-76 vs. +Bowling Green............................................L 70-73 La Salle.....................................................W 84-78 (OT) #19 Saint Joseph’s..............................................L 57-84 at High Point.................................................... W 78-63 at UNC Greensboro.............................................L 50-65 at Rider..............................................................L 78-94 at *George Mason............................................ W 83-56 Loyola (Md.).................................................... W 75-55 *James Madison............................................... W 51-50 at *William & Mary.............................................L 53-59

ALL-TIME RESULTS Jan. 7 at *Old Dominion...............................................L 58-60 Jan. 12 at *UNC Wilmington.......................................... W 65-60 Jan. 14 at *Virginia Commonwealth................................L 57-68 Jan. 17 at Pennsylvania..................................................L 44-50 Jan. 19 *Drexel............................................................ W 78-73 Jan. 23 *Towson.............................................................L 53-59 Jan. 26 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 67-74 Jan. 30 *Virginia Commonwealth.................................. W 75-70 Feb. 2 *Old Dominion................................................. W 75-70 Feb. 6 *George Mason..................................................L 57-69 Feb. 9 at *Drexel..........................................................L 89-97 Feb. 13 at *Towson.........................................................L 57-61 Feb. 16 *UNC Wilmington...............................................L 66-69 Feb. 20 *William & Mary.............................................. W 82-72 Feb. 23 *Hofstra........................................................... W 75-63 Feb. 25 at *James Madison........................................... W 65-64 Mar. 2 vs. **Drexel..................................................... W 85-59 Mar. 3 vs. ***UNC Wilmington.......................................L 54-69 * Colonial Athletic Association Game (5th Place) ** CAA Quarterfinals, Richmond, Va. *** CAA Semifinals, Richmond, Va. + BP Top of the World Classic, Fairbanks, Alaska

2002-03 (15-14 9-9 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: David Henderson Captains: Ryan Iversen, Mike Slattery Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 22 at La Salle..........................................................L 56-73 Dec. 1 Long Island University...................................... W 87-58 Dec. 3 Pennsylvania.................................................... W 60-59 Dec. 9 at Saint Joseph’s.................................................L 59-77 Dec. 14 Rider..................................................................L 60-70 Dec. 19 UNC Greensboro............................................... W 74-71 Dec. 21 at Siena........................................................... W 87-78 Dec. 27 vs. #Eastern Washington................................... W 66-56 Dec. 28 at #UW-Green Bay..............................................L 82-88 Jan. 2 at *George Mason..............................................L 67-77 Jan. 4 at *James Madison........................................... W 69-54 Jan. 8 at *William & Mary........................................... W 74-72 Jan. 11 *Virginia Commonwealth.................................. W 55-53 Jan. 15 at *Old Dominion......................................W 75-74 (OT) Jan. 18 *UNC Wilmington...............................................L 62-68 Jan. 23 *Drexel...................................................... L 78-83 (OT) Jan. 25 *Towson........................................................... W 74-60 Jan. 29 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 62-64 Feb. 1 *William & Mary.............................................. W 91-57 Feb. 5 *George Mason..................................................L 63-71 Feb. 8 at *UNC Wilmington............................................L 53-71 Feb. 13 *James Madison............................................... W 74-71 Feb. 15 at *Virginia Commonwealth................................L 66-71 Feb. 19 *Hofstra.............................................................L 82-91 Feb. 22 *Old Dominion................................................. W 73-63 Feb. 26 at *Drexel..........................................................L 56-70 Mar. 1 at *Towson....................................................... W 74-69 Mar. 8 vs. %George Mason.......................................... W 61-49 Mar. 9 vs. %%UNC Wilmington.......................................L 50-63 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (5th place) # Onedia Bingo and Casino Classic, Green Bay, Wis. % CAA Quarterfinals, Richmond, Va. %% CAA Semifinals, Richmond, Va.

2003-04 (16-12, 10-8 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: David Henderson Captains: Mike Ames, David Lunn, Mike Slattery Date Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 30 Dec. 3

Dec. 6 at UMBC........................................................... W 74-62 Dec. 10 Loyola (Md.).................................................... W 76-71 Dec. 13 at Rider..............................................................L 72-75 Dec. 23 Siena............................................................... W 85-59 Dec. 30 #10 Saint Joseph’s..............................................L 54-75 Jan. 3 *Hofstra........................................................... W 66-59 Jan. 7 at *Virginia Commonwealth................................L 72-99 Jan. 10 at *Towson.........................................................L 68-70 Jan. 12 *James Madison............................................... W 80-66 Jan. 15 at *Drexel..........................................................L 75-82 Jan. 17 *Old Dominion................................................. W 64-62 Jan. 21 *William & Mary.......................................W 93-82 (OT) Jan. 24 at *UNC Wilmington............................................L 49-50 Jan. 28 *George Mason................................................ W 74-65 Jan. 31 at *James Madison........................................... W 63-61 Feb. 4 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 61-63 Feb. 7 *Towson....................................................W 80-76 (OT) Feb. 11 at *William & Mary........................................... W 73-68 Feb. 14 at *Old Dominion...............................................L 74-85 Feb. 16 *UNC Wilmington............................................. W 62-61 Feb. 21 at *George Mason..............................................L 61-75 Feb. 25 *Virginia Commonwealth.......................... L 69-71 (2OT) Feb. 28 *Drexel............................................................ W 76-64 Mar. 6 vs. %George Mason.................................... L 58-65 (OT) * CAA Game (T-5th place) % CAA Quarterfinals, Richmond, Va.

2004-05 (11-20, 7-11 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: David Henderson Captains: Harding Nana, Mike Slattery, Robin Wentt Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 19 at Ohio State......................................................L 49-74 Nov. 26 Mount St. Mary’s.............................................. W 71-49 Nov. 29 at Loyola (Md.)................................................ W 63-60 Dec. 2 at St. Mary’s (Cal.)..............................................L 58-67 Dec. 4 at San Francisco..................................................L 79-84 Dec. 8 *Drexel............................................................ W 67-65 Dec. 11 Rider................................................................ W 68-66 Dec. 20 vs. $Auburn........................................................L 46-74 Dec. 21 vs. $Toledo.........................................................L 58-81 Dec. 22 vs. $Middle Tennessee State........................ L 69-73 (OT) Dec. 29 UMBC.................................................................L 56-66 Jan. 2 American............................................................L 58-64 Jan. 5 at *Towson.........................................................L 66-86 Jan. 8 at *William & Mary........................................... W 69-59 Jan. 12 *George Mason.........................................W 81-78 (OT) Jan. 15 *James Madison............................................... W 75-40 Jan. 19 *Virginia Commonwealth....................................L 57-66 Jan. 22 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 66-80 Jan. 26 at *Old Dominion...............................................L 62-71 Jan. 29 *UNC Wilmington...............................................L 59-62 Jan. 31 at *George Mason..............................................L 68-82 Feb. 2 at *James Madison........................................... W 70-69 Feb. 5 *William & Mary.............................................. W 76-47 Feb. 9 *Old Dominion...................................................L 49-56 Feb. 12 *Towson........................................................... W 65-55 Feb. 16 at *Virginia Commonwealth................................L 73-83 Feb. 19 *Hofstra.............................................................L 57-75 Feb. 23 at *UNC Wilmington............................................L 65-68 Feb. 26 at *Drexel..........................................................L 80-86 Mar. 4 vs. %Towson..................................................... W 76-56 Mar. 5 vs. %%Virginia Commonwealth............................L 61-74 * CAA Game (7th place) $ San Juan Shootout, Carolina, Puerto Rico % CAA First Round, Richmond, Va. %% CAA Quarterfinals, Richmond, Va.

Opponent / Site Result at Mount St. Mary’s...................................W 75-72 (OT) at American...................................................... W 72-63 San Francisco......................................................L 72-74 at Long Island University................................... W 89-76

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS 2005-06 (9-21, 4-14 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: David Henderson Captain: Harding Nana Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 18 vs. ^The Citadel................................................ W 77-57 Nov. 19 vs. ^Stetson..................................................... W 67-64 Nov. 20 at ^North Carolina State.....................................L 57-73 Nov. 22 at *Georgia State................................................L 72-99 Nov. 26 at Marist............................................................L 48-64 Dec. 1 at UMBC.............................................................L 84-85 Dec. 3 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 65-79 Dec. 10 at Rider..............................................................L 84-89 Dec. 19 UNC Greensboro............................................... W 89-77 Dec. 29 Central Connecticut........................................... W 79-73 Dec. 31 Loyola (Md.)......................................................L 86-99 Jan. 5 *UNC Wilmington...............................................L 58-71 Jan. 7 at *George Mason..............................................L 56-70 Jan. 12 at *Northeastern................................................L 71-73 Jan. 14 *Towson.............................................................L 92-96 Jan. 19 *James Madison............................................... W 95-68 Jan. 21 at *Drexel..........................................................L 44-55 Jan. 26 *Virginia Commonwealth....................................L 52-56 Jan. 28 at *Towson....................................................... W 76-61 Feb. 2 *George Mason..................................................L 52-57 Feb. 4 *Hofstra.............................................................L 62-77 Feb. 6 at *James Madison.............................................L 64-74 Feb. 9 at *UNC Wilmington............................................L 54-70 Feb. 11 *Drexel............................................................ W 75-68 Feb. 15 at *William & Mary....................................W 57-52 (OT) Feb. 18 at Cleveland State...............................................L 40-52 Feb. 23 *Northeastern....................................................L 66-80 Feb. 25 *Old Dominion...................................................L 53-69 Mar. 3 vs. %Drexel...................................................... W 52-49 Mar. 4 vs. %%UNC Wilmington.......................................L 56-69 ^ Hispanic College Fund Classic (Raleigh, N.C.) * CAA Game (9th) % CAA First Round, Richmond, Va. %% CAA Quarterfinals, Richmond, Va.

Monté Ross Head Coach 2006-Present 90-131 (.407)

2006-07 (5-26, 3-15 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Monté Ross Captains: Herb Courtney, Henry Olawoye Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 14 Marist................................................................L 62-78 Nov. 17 at Albany...........................................................L 67-87 Nov. 21 Rider..................................................................L 67-77 Nov. 26 Cleveland State...................................................L 53-59 Nov. 29 at Loyola (Md.)..................................................L 63-75 Dec. 3 Vermont.............................................................L 55-57 Dec. 6 at Central Connecticut.........................................L 60-63 Dec. 20 at *Virginia Commonwealth................................L 60-79 Dec. 23 at UNC Greensboro.............................................L 64-74 Dec. 28 vs. &Niagara.................................................... W 71-53 Dec. 29 at &La Salle...................................................... W 58-56 Dec. 30 vs. &Holy Cross...................................................L 47-49 Jan. 3 at *James Madison.............................................L 47-62 Jan. 6 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 50-75

Jan. 8 *Towson.............................................................L 68-75 Jan. 10 at *Old Dominion...............................................L 48-83 Jan. 13 *William & Mary.............................................. W 77-62 Jan. 17 *Georgia State....................................................L 44-61 Jan. 20 *Drexel..............................................................L 61-69 Jan. 24 at *Towson.........................................................L 63-85 Jan. 27 at *Northeastern................................................L 64-73 Jan. 29 *Hofstra........................................................... W 72-68 Jan. 31 at *George Mason..............................................L 59-89 Feb. 3 *James Madison.................................................L 64-69 Feb. 7 *UNC Wilmington............................................. W 78-69 Feb. 10 at *Drexel..........................................................L 62-77 Feb. 14 *George Mason..................................................L 46-66 Feb. 17 Iona...................................................................L 50-52 Feb. 21 *Northeastern....................................................L 61-70 Feb. 24 at *UNC Wilmington............................................L 66-75 Mar. 2 vs. %Northeastern..............................................L 67-77 & La Salle Invitational (Philadelphia, Pa.) * CAA Game (12th place) % CAA First Round, Richmond, Va.

2007-08 (14-17, 9-9 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Monté Ross Captains: Herb Courtney, Sam McMahon, Henry Olawoye Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 11 at Marist............................................................L 78-89 Nov. 17 at Rider..............................................................L 71-76 Nov. 27 Hampton............................................................L 50-51 Nov. 30 at Iona...............................................................L 52-57 Dec. 3 *Towson........................................................... W 70-63 Dec. 5 Albany............................................................. W 71-60 Dec. 8 at Ohio University...............................................L 59-78 Dec. 16 at Central Connecticut.........................................L 48-81 Dec. 19 at Vermont....................................................... W 71-60 Dec. 22 Boston University.............................................. W 73-55 Dec. 28 at Maryland.......................................................L 46-76 Jan. 2 at *William & Mary........................................... W 58-51 Jan. 5 at *Drexel........................................................ W 67-63 Jan. 9 *George Mason.........................................W 73-68 (OT) Jan. 12 *Old Dominion........................................W 81-74 (2OT) Jan. 16 at *Virginia Commonwealth................................L 39-60 Jan. 19 at *Northeastern........................................ L 69-73 (OT) Jan. 23 at *James Madison........................................... W 66-65 Jan. 26 *Georgia State....................................................L 53-54 Jan. 30 *Northeastern....................................................L 49-53 Feb. 2 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 58-64 Feb. 6 *UNC Wilmington............................................. W 68-67 Feb. 9 *Virginia Commonwealth....................................L 73-83 Feb. 13 at *Georgia State.............................................. W 51-48 Feb. 16 *Drexel..............................................................L 60-62 Feb. 20 at *George Mason..............................................L 58-70 Feb. 23 at Toledo.......................................................... W 77-69 Feb. 27 *Hofstra........................................................... W 74-69 Mar. 1 at *Towson.........................................................L 74-89 Mar. 7 vs. %Drexel...................................................... W 60-51 Mar. 8 vs. %%UNC Wilmington.......................................L 59-82 * CAA Game (7th place) % CAA First Round, Richmond, Va. %% CAA Quarterfinals, Richmond, Va.

2008-09 (13-19, 6-12 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Monté Ross Captains: Brian Johnson, Jim Ledsome Date Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 25

Opponent / Site Result #Rutgers............................................................L 77-85 at #Robert Morris...............................................L 75-86 vs. #Saint Bonaventure..................................... W 85-81 vs. #Marist................................................W 88-83 (OT) Vermont.............................................................L 63-78

Nov. 29 at Seton Hall......................................................L 70-75 Dec. 3 Central Connecticut.............................................L 61-67 Dec. 6 at *Old Dominion...............................................L 49-56 Dec. 9 at Hampton...................................................... W 75-66 Dec. 13 Ohio University................................................. W 75-66 Dec. 21 at Boston University.......................................... W 70-68 Dec. 23 Marist................................................................L 69-74 Dec. 30 Toledo.............................................................. W 74-63 Jan. 3 *Virginia Commonwealth.................................. W 81-79 Jan. 5 *Towson.............................................................L 61-62 Jan. 7 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 61-66 Jan. 10 at *UNC Wilmington............................................L 72-75 Jan. 15 *Northeastern....................................................L 47-67 Jan. 17 *William & Mary.............................................. W 71-62 Jan. 20 at *Drexel..........................................................L 69-79 Jan. 24 *Georgia State.................................................. W 60-48 Jan. 27 at *George Mason..............................................L 55-78 Jan. 31 at *Northeastern................................................L 59-73 Feb. 4 *Drexel.....................................................W 73-70 (OT) Feb. 7 at *Georgia State................................................L 67-70 Feb. 12 *George Mason................................................ W 66-58 Feb. 14 *Hofstra.............................................................L 59-69 Feb. 18 at *Virginia Commonwealth................................L 67-78 Feb. 21 at Bucknell....................................................... W 81-68 Feb. 25 at *Towson.........................................................L 74-75 Feb. 28 *James Madison............................................... W 79-65 Mar. 6 vs. %Georgia State..............................................L 41-54 # Garden State Challenge * CAA Game (9th place) % CAA First Round, Richmond, Va.

2009-10 (7-24, 3-15 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Monté Ross Captains: Game Captains Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 14 #Temple.............................................................L 56-76 Nov. 18 Bucknell.............................................................L 66-82 Nov. 21 at Penn...................................................W 97-94 (2OT) Nov. 24 at #Siena...........................................................L 56-90 Nov. 28 vs. #Virginia Tech (@ The Palestra)............. L 66-74 (OT) Dec. 1 at Delaware State...............................................L 67-75 Dec. 5 at *Old Dominion...............................................L 44-65 Dec. 9 Hampton.......................................................... W 55-52 Dec. 12 Ohio University...................................................L 70-86 Dec. 20 at Vermont....................................................... W 56-50 Dec. 23 at #8 Villanova...................................................L 63-97 Dec. 29 Lafayette..................................................W 82-72 (OT) Jan. 2 *Drexel............................................................ W 62-58 Jan. 4 at *James Madison.............................................L 65-71 Jan. 6 *William & Mary........................................ L 73-74 (OT) Jan. 9 at *Virginia Commonwealth................................L 64-77 Jan. 13 at *Northeastern................................................L 55-59 Jan. 16 *Towson.............................................................L 68-71 Jan. 20 *Old Dominion...................................................L 49-68 Jan. 23 *Georgia State...........................................W 76-74 (OT) Jan. 27 at *George Mason..............................................L 66-77 Jan. 30 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 67-77 Feb. 2 *Northeastern....................................................L 51-67 Feb. 8 *UNC Wilmington............................................. W 69-62 Feb. 10 at *William & Mary.............................................L 54-67 Feb. 13 at *Drexel..........................................................L 60-68 Feb. 16 *Hofstra.............................................................L 69-82 Feb. 20 Boston University................................................L 65-78 Feb. 24 *George Mason..................................................L 59-61 Feb. 27 at *Towson.........................................................L 66-81 Mar. 5 vs. %Virginia Commonwealth..............................L 49-66 * CAA Game (12th Place) # Philly Hoop Group Classic % CAA First Round, Richmond, Va.

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Head Coach: Monté Ross Captains: Game Captains Date Opponent / Site Result Nov. 13 at Ohio University...............................................L 69-88 Nov. 17 at Cornell...........................................................L 61-75 Nov. 19 Howard............................................................ W 66-34 Nov. 27 at Lafayette...................................................... W 67-64 Dec. 4 *Old Dominion................................................. W 75-67 Dec. 8 at Hampton...................................................... W 55-53 Dec. 11 Delaware State................................................. W 61-50 Dec. 18 at #10 Villanova.................................................L 59-78 Dec. 22 Penn..................................................................L 68-78 Dec. 29 at &Santa Clara................................................ W 54-53 Dec. 30 vs. &American....................................................L 71-83 Jan. 3 at *George Mason..............................................L 66-75 Jan. 5 *William & Mary.............................................. W 61-48 Jan. 8 at *Drexel..........................................................L 55-68 Jan. 12 at *UNC Wilmington............................................L 53-76 Jan. 15 at *Towson....................................................... W 66-63 Jan. 19 *Northeastern.................................................. W 54-52 Jan. 22 at *Georgia State.............................................. W 64-62 Jan. 24 *George Mason..................................................L 49-69 Jan. 26 at *William & Mary........................................... W 59-55 Jan. 29 *James Madison.................................................L 71-77 Feb. 2 at *Old Dominion...............................................L 59-67 Feb. 5 *Drexel..............................................................L 48-58 Feb. 9 *Virginia Commonwealth.......................... L 74-84 (2OT) Feb. 12 *Hofstra.............................................................L 58-61 Feb. 15 at *Northeastern.............................................. W 72-66 Feb. 19 at Rider..............................................................L 86-95 Feb. 23 *Towson........................................................... W 80-70 Feb. 26 at *Hofstra.........................................................L 60-79 Mar. 4 vs. %Northeastern............................................ W 60-58 Mar. 5 vs. %% Old Dominion..........................................L 50-59 & Cable Car Classic, Santa Clara, Calif. * CAA Game (7th place) % CAA First Round, Richmond, Va. %% CAA Quarterfinals, Richmond, Va.

2011-12 (18-14, 12-6 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Monté Ross Captains: Jamelle Hagins, Kelvin McNeil, Devon Saddler Date Nov. 11 Nov. 18

Opponent / Site Result at Radford..........................................................L 54-58 at Villanova........................................................L 69-79

ALL-TIME RESULTS Nov. 22 Cornell............................................................. W 72-64 Nov. 26 Lafayette......................................................... W 81-78 Nov. 30 at Boston University............................................L 67-73 Dec. 3 *Drexel............................................................ W 71-60 Dec. 7 at Penn..............................................................L 60-69 Dec. 10 at Delaware State............................................. W 58-42 Dec. 19 La Salle............................................................ W 70-66 Dec. 22 at Howard.................................................. L 83-88 (OT) Dec. 30 Temple...............................................................L 63-66 Jan. 2 at *UNCW...........................................................L 75-80 Jan. 4 *Hofstra........................................................... W 67-66 Jan. 7 at *William & Mary........................................... W 75-64 Jan. 11 *Old Dominion........................................... L 66-68 (OT) Jan. 14 *VCU..................................................................L 55-68 Jan. 18 at *George Mason..............................................L 63-89 Jan. 21 *Georgia State.........................................W 77-74 (2OT) Jan. 23 *Towson........................................................... W 62-43 Jan. 25 at *Northeastern................................................L 61-62 Jan. 28 at *Drexel..........................................................L 55-71 Feb. 1 *George Mason................................................ W 65-60 Feb. 4 at *James Madison........................................... W 85-80 Feb. 8 *UNCW............................................................. W 71-53 Feb. 11 at *Georgia State.......................................W 80-77 (OT) Feb. 14 at *Hofstra....................................................... W 71-57 Feb. 18 Hampton.......................................................... W 68-64 Feb. 22 at *Towson....................................................... W 76-69 Feb. 25 *Northeastern.................................................. W 82-72 Mar. 2 vs. %Towson..................................................... W 72-65 Mar. 3 vs. %%Old Dominion...........................................L 74-88 Mar. 14 at $Butler...........................................................L 58-75 * CAA Game (5th place) % CAA First Round, Richmond, Va. %% CAA Quarterfinals, Richmond, Va. $ CBI Tournament, Indianapolis, Ind.

Dec. 1 at #2 Duke.........................................................L 50-88 Dec. 4 Radford............................................................ W 68-59 Dec. 8 Delaware State........................................... L 67-73 (OT) Dec. 16 at Villanova........................................................L 65-75 Dec. 21 Penn................................................................ W 83-60 Dec. 31 Rider................................................................ W 73-66 Jan. 5 at *Old Dominion............................................. W 84-72 Jan. 9 *Hofstra........................................................... W 69-54 Jan. 12 at *Georgia State.............................................. W 86-83 Jan. 16 *Towson.............................................................L 66-69 Jan. 19 *Northeastern....................................................L 70-74 Jan. 23 at *James Madison.............................................L 50-64 Jan. 28 at *Drexel........................................................ W 66-64 Jan. 30 *William & Mary.............................................. W 66-56 Feb. 2 *UNCW............................................................. W 71-56 Feb. 6 at *Towson.........................................................L 65-85 Feb. 9 at *George Mason............................................ W 79-72 Feb. 11 *Old Dominion................................................. W 75-73 Feb. 13 at *Northeastern.......................................W 76-74 (OT) Feb. 17 *James Madison.................................................L 71-72 Feb. 21 *Drexel...................................................W 73-71 (2OT) Feb. 23 at *UNCW......................................................... W 79-78 Feb. 27 at *Hofstra....................................................... W 57-56 Mar. 2 *George Mason................................................ W 82-77 Mar. 9 vs. %Hofstra..................................................... W 62-57 Mar. 10 vs. %%James Madison........................................L 57-58 ^ NIT Season Tip-Off (Semis/Finals, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.) * CAA Game (2nd place) % CAA Quarterfinals, Richmond, Va. %% CAA Semifinals, Richmond, Va.

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT

2012-13 (19-14, 13-5 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Monté Ross Captains: Josh Brinkley, Jamelle Hagins, Devon Saddler Date Nov. 10 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 25 Nov. 28

Opponent / Site Result at La Salle..........................................................L 66-73 vs. ^Penn......................................................... W 84-69 at ^Virginia...................................................... W 59-53 vs. ^Kansas State...............................................L 63-66 vs. ^Pitt.............................................................L 59-85 at Temple...........................................................L 75-80 at Lafayette........................................................L 60-63

Delaware returned to postseason play in 2011-12 when the Blue Hens earned a bid to the College Basketball Invitational. Front Row Sitting (left to right): Will Townsville, Larry Savage, Kaleb Clyburn, Jarvis Threatt, Samer Madarani, Brendan McNulty, Khalid Lewis, Kyle Anderson, Devon Saddler. Back Row: Head Coach Monté Ross, Assistant Coach Phil Martelli, Jr., Assistant Coach Jeff Rafferty, Director of Operations Saul Rafel-Frankel, Carl Baptiste, Kelvin McNeil, Hakim McCullar, Jamelle Hagins, Marvin King-Davis, Josh Brinkley, Tommy Williams, Assistant Coach Mike Pegues, Assistant Athletic Trainer Jon Boone, Video Coordinator Steve Struble.

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Sorted by Number of Overtimes Single-Overtime Games (41-35) Feb. 1, 1918 Moravian...........................................................L 26-27 Feb. 10, 1923 Muhlenberg...................................................... W 35-29 Feb. 18, 1933 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 40-38 Jan. 18, 1935 Pennsylvania Military.........................................L 34-37 Feb. 25, 1938 Pratt Institute................................................... W 45-44 Dec. 17, 1941 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 51-50 Feb. 8, 1947 at Pennsylvania Military................................... W 64-63 Jan. 21, 1948 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 58-55 Jan. 12, 1949 Ursinus............................................................. W 49-48 Jan. 11, 1951 at Haverford......................................................L 67-69 Jan. 17, 1951 Pennsylvania Military....................................... W 65-62 Feb. 20, 1954 Drexel................................................................L 60-63 Feb. 15, 1964 at Bucknell.........................................................L 84-88 Jan. 12, 1965 at Rutgers..........................................................L 77-91 Feb. 22, 1966 Lehigh.............................................................. W 72-71 Feb. 26, 1968 at Albright........................................................ W 95-85 Jan. 28, 1970 at Drexel.......................................................... W 88-85 Feb. 13, 1971 Rider..................................................................L 61-62 Dec. 22, 1972 Dartmouth....................................................... W 90-85 Feb. 7, 1973 at Rider............................................................ W 77-66 Feb. 14, 1973 at Gettysburg................................................... W 93-89 Dec. 5, 1977 at Penn State......................................................L 84-86 Dec. 29, 1977 vs. Northeastern............................................... W 89-85 Feb. 25, 1978 at Bucknell.........................................................L 76-78 Jan. 2, 1982 Glassboro State................................................. W 49-48 Dec. 28, 1982 vs. Yale..............................................................L 64-66 Feb. 9, 1983 Lafayette...........................................................L 69-70 Mar. 5, 1983 Rider................................................................ W 69-67 Feb. 25, 1984 at Rider..............................................................L 66-69 Mar. 8, 1984 vs. Drexel (ECC Tourn.).......................................L 72-82 Jan. 8, 1986 at American........................................................L 78-79 Jan. 25, 1986 Drexel................................................................L 89-90 Feb. 17, 1988 at Hofstra...........................................................L 63-65 Jan. 7, 1990 Hartford........................................................... W 58-54 Jan. 17, 1990 at Lafayette........................................................L 76-79 Jan. 30, 1991 at Towson State..................................................L 84-88 Mar. 3, 1991 vs. Rider (ECC Tourn.).........................................L 75-77 Jan. 7, 1992 at UMBC....................................................... W 103-101 Jan. 6, 1993 UMBC............................................................. W 106-98 Mar. 2, 1994 at Drexel............................................................L 60-68 Nov. 26, 1994 at Delaware State............................................. W 82-80 Feb. 9, 1995 at Hartford.........................................................L 84-86 Feb. 19, 1995 Boston University................................................L 72-76 Feb. 26, 1995 at New Hampshire..........................................L 111-113 Feb. 1, 1996 at Boston University............................................L 75-82 Jan. 24, 1997 at Boston University............................................L 72-79 Dec. 9, 1997 at Towson......................................................... W 68-63 Feb. 14, 1998 Towson............................................................. W 71-68 Jan. 5, 1999 Boston University.............................................. W 75-74 Jan. 27, 1999 Drexel.............................................................. W 99-91 Dec. 11, 1999 Vermont........................................................... W 79-71 Dec. 21, 2000 at College of Charleston......................................L 75-80 Feb. 8, 2001 at Northeastern................................................ W 81-77 Nov. 24, 2001 La Salle............................................................ W 84-78 Jan. 15, 2003 at Old Dominion............................................... W 75-74 Jan. 23, 2003 Drexel................................................................L 78-83 Nov. 21, 2003 at Mount St. Mary’s.......................................... W 75-72 Jan. 21, 2004 William & Mary................................................ W 93-82 Feb. 7, 2004 Towson............................................................. W 80-76 Mar. 6, 2004 vs. George Mason...............................................L 58-65 Dec. 22, 2004 vs. Middle Tennessee St.......................................L 69-73 Jan. 12, 2005 George Mason.................................................. W 81-78 Feb. 15, 2006 at William & Mary............................................ W 57-52 Jan. 9, 2008 George Mason.................................................. W 73-68 Jan. 19, 2008 at Northeastern..................................................L 69-73 Nov. 23, 2008 vs. Marist......................................................... W 88-83

Feb. 4, 2009 Nov. 28, 2009 Dec. 29, 2009 Jan. 6, 2010 Jan. 23, 2010 Dec. 22, 2011 Jan. 11, 2012 Feb. 11, 2012 Dec. 8, 2012 Feb. 13, 2013

Drexel.............................................................. W 73-70 vs. Virginia Tech..................................................L 66-74 Lafayette......................................................... W 82-72 William & Mary..................................................L 73-74 Georgia State................................................... W 76-74 at Howard..........................................................L 83-88 Old Dominion.....................................................L 66-68 at Georgia State............................................... W 80-77 Delaware State...................................................L 67-73 at Northeastern................................................ W 76-74

Double-Overtime Games (13-6) Feb. 17, 1936 at Drexel............................................................L 47-50 Feb. 2, 1943 at West Chester...................................................L 45-47 Mar. 2, 1960 Swarthmore...................................................... W 87-86 Feb. 13, 1963 at Lehigh.......................................................... W 87-86 Dec. 8, 1965 Rutgers..............................................................L 78-79 Feb. 19, 1966 Rutgers..............................................................L 80-83 Feb. 3, 1973 at Bucknell....................................................... W 91-83 Dec. 14, 1977 Widener........................................................... W 79-76 Jan. 18, 1984 American.......................................................... W 78-75 Feb. 16, 1987 American.......................................................... W 94-91 Feb. 1, 1988 Hofstra............................................................. W 79-77 Mar. 3, 1990 vs. Lafayette (ECC Tour.)................................... W 57-54 Feb. 18, 1994 at Northeastern................................................ W 89-85 Feb. 25, 2004 Virginia Commonwealth......................................L 69-71 Jan. 12, 2008 Old Dominion................................................... W 81-74 Nov. 21, 2009 at Penn............................................................ W 97-94 Feb. 9, 2011 VCU....................................................................L 74-84 Jan. 21, 2012 Georgia State................................................... W 77-74 Feb. 21, 2012 Drexel.............................................................. W 73-71 Quadruple-Overtime Games (1-0) Dec. 7, 1968 at Lafayette...................................................... W 91-89

Sorted by Date Feb. 1, 1918 Feb. 10, 1923 Feb. 18, 1933 Jan. 18, 1935 Feb. 17, 1936 Feb. 25, 1938 Dec. 17, 1941 Feb. 2, 1943 Feb. 8, 1947 Jan. 21, 1948 Jan. 12, 1949 Jan. 11, 1951 Jan. 17, 1951 Feb. 20, 1954 Mar. 2, 1960 Feb. 13, 1963 Feb. 15, 1964 Jan. 12, 1965 Dec. 8, 1965 Feb. 19, 1966 Feb. 22, 1966 Feb. 26, 1968 Dec. 7, 1968 Jan. 28, 1970 Feb. 13, 1971 Dec. 22, 1972 Feb. 3, 1973 Feb. 7, 1973 Feb. 14, 1973 Dec. 5, 1977 Dec. 14, 1977

Moravian...........................................................L 26-27 Muhlenberg...................................................... W 35-29 Pennsylvania Military ^.................................... W 40-38 Pennsylvania Military ^......................................L 34-37 at Drexel................................................. (2OT) L 47-50 Pratt Institute................................................... W 45-44 Pennsylvania Military ^.................................... W 51-50 at West Chester......................................... (2OT) L 45-47 at Pennsylvania Military ^................................ W 64-63 Pennsylvania Military ^.................................... W 58-55 Ursinus............................................................. W 49-48 at Haverford......................................................L 67-69 Pennsylvania Military ^.................................... W 65-62 Drexel................................................................L 60-63 Swarthmore.............................................(2OT) W 87-86 at Lehigh.................................................(2OT) W 87-86 at Bucknell.........................................................L 84-88 at Rutgers..........................................................L 77-91 Rutgers.................................................... (2OT) L 78-79 Rutgers.................................................... (2OT) L 80-83 Lehigh.............................................................. W 72-71 at Albright........................................................ W 95-85 at Lafayette.............................................(4OT) W 91-89 at Drexel.......................................................... W 88-85 Rider..................................................................L 61-62 Dartmouth....................................................... W 90-85 at Bucknell..............................................(2OT) W 91-83 at Rider............................................................ W 77-66 at Gettysburg................................................... W 93-89 at Penn State......................................................L 84-86 Widener..................................................(2OT) W 79-76

Dec. 29, 1977 Feb. 25, 1978 Jan. 2, 1982 Dec. 28, 1982 Feb. 9, 1983 Mar. 5, 1983 Jan. 18, 1984 Feb. 25, 1984 Mar. 8, 1984 Jan. 8, 1986 Jan. 25, 1986 Feb. 16, 1987 Feb. 1, 1988 Feb. 17, 1988 Jan. 7, 1990 Jan. 17, 1990 Mar. 3, 1990 Jan. 30, 1991 Mar. 3, 1991 Jan. 7, 1992 Jan. 6, 1993 Feb. 18, 1994 Mar. 2, 1994 Nov. 26, 1994 Feb. 9, 1995 Feb. 19, 1995 Feb. 26, 1995 Feb. 1, 1996 Jan. 24, 1997 Dec. 9, 1997 Feb. 14, 1998 Jan. 5, 1999 Jan. 27, 1999 Dec. 11, 1999 Dec. 21, 2000 Feb. 8, 2001 Nov. 24, 2001 Jan. 15, 2003 Jan. 23, 2003 Nov. 21, 2003 Jan. 21, 2004 Feb. 7, 2004 Feb. 25, 2004 Mar. 6, 2004 Dec. 22, 2004 Jan. 12, 2005 Feb. 15, 2006 Jan. 9, 2008 Jan.. 12, 2008 Jan. 19, 2008 Nov. 23, 2008 Feb. 4, 2009 Nov. 21, 2009 Nov. 28, 2009 Dec. 29, 2009 Jan. 6, 2010 Jan. 23, 2010 Feb. 9, 2011 Dec. 22, 2011 Jan. 11, 2012 Jan. 21, 2012 Feb. 11, 2012 Dec. 8, 2012 Feb. 13, 2013 Feb. 21, 2013

vs. Northeastern............................................... W 89-85 at Bucknell.........................................................L 76-78 Glassboro State *.............................................. W 49-48 vs. Yale..............................................................L 64-66 Lafayette...........................................................L 69-70 Rider................................................................ W 69-67 American.................................................(2OT) W 78-75 at Rider..............................................................L 66-69 vs. Drexel (ECC Tournament)...............................L 72-82 at American........................................................L 78-79 Drexel................................................................L 89-90 American.................................................(2OT) W 94-91 Hofstra....................................................(2OT) W 79-77 at Hofstra...........................................................L 63-65 Hartford........................................................... W 58-54 at Lafayette........................................................L 76-79 vs. Lafayette (ECC Tournament)............... (2OT) W 57-54 at Towson State..................................................L 84-88 vs. Rider (ECC Tournament).................................L 75-77 at UMBC....................................................... W 103-101 UMBC............................................................. W 106-98 at Northeastern.......................................(2OT) W 89-85 at Drexel............................................................L 60-68 at Delaware State............................................. W 82-80 at Hartford.........................................................L 84-86 Boston University................................................L 72-76 at New Hampshire..........................................L 111-113 at Boston University............................................L 75-82 at Boston University............................................L 72-79 at Towson......................................................... W 68-63 Towson............................................................. W 71-68 Boston University.............................................. W 75-74 Drexel.............................................................. W 99-91 Vermont........................................................... W 79-71 at College of Charleston......................................L 75-80 at Northeastern................................................ W 81-77 La Salle............................................................ W 84-78 at Old Dominion............................................... W 75-74 Drexel................................................................L 78-83 at Mount St. Mary’s.......................................... W 75-72 William & Mary................................................ W 93-82 Towson............................................................. W 80-76 VCU.......................................................... (2OT) L 69-71 vs. George Mason...............................................L 58-65 vs. Middle Tennessee State..................................L 69-73 George Mason.................................................. W 81-78 at William & Mary............................................ W 57-52 George Mason.................................................. W 73-69 Old Dominion..........................................(2OT) W 81-74 at Northeastern..................................................L 69-73 vs. Marist......................................................... W 88-83 Drexel.............................................................. W 73-70 at Penn...................................................(2OT) W 97-94 vs. Virginia Tech..................................................L 66-74 Lafayette......................................................... W 82-72 William & Mary..................................................L 73-74 Georgia State................................................... W 76-74 VCU.......................................................... (2OT) L 74-84 at Howard..........................................................L 83-88 Old Dominion.....................................................L 66-68 Georgia State..........................................(2OT) W 77-74 at Georgia State............................................... W 80-77 Delaware State...................................................L 67-73 at Northeastern................................................ W 76-74 Drexel.....................................................(2OT) W 73-71

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– AAAA – Adams, W. Thomas (F, 6-2, Ocean City, NJ; 1960, ‘61) Albera, Frank: 1949, ‘50, ‘51 Alexander, H.B.: 1918, ‘19 Ames, Mike (G, 6-3, Phoenixville, PA; 2001, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04) Anderson, Darrin (C, 6-7, Fort Worth, TX; 1994, ‘95, ‘96) Anderson, Ed: 1938, ‘39, ‘40 Anderson, Kyle (G, 6-2, Newark, IL; 2012, ‘13) Angielski, Brian (F, 6-5, E. Brunswick, NJ; 1982, ‘83, ‘84) Armstead, Ernest V.(F, 6-7, Media, PA; 1978, ‘79) Arnold, Dave (G, 6-1, Pocomoke, MD; 1998, ‘99, 2000) Arsic, Peca (F, 6-9, Belgrade, Yugoslavia; 1995, ‘96, ‘97) Atman, Edward S.(C, 6-9, Pittsburgh, PA; 1974) –  BBBB – Bacher, Jerald (G, 5-10, Wilmington, DE; 1957, ‘58) Baly, Jack (G, 6-1, Union, NJ; 1960, ‘61) Baptiste, Carl (F, 6-9, Pittstown, NJ; 2013) Barlow, Geo.: 1940,’41, ‘42, ‘43 Barnard, W.E.: 1918, ‘19 Barnett, Kenn (C, 6-8, Braidwood, IL; 1967, ‘68) Barry, John (G, 6-1, Dunkirk, NJ; 1961, ‘62) Barton: 1927, ‘28, ‘30 Basit, Ajmal (F, 6-9, Brooklyn, NY; 2001) Beatty, William (C, 6-6, Wilmington, DE; 1967) Bennett, John (C, 6-10, Middletown, MD; 1996, ‘97, ’98, ‘99) Benton, Kevin (G, 6-6, Philadelphia, PA; 1991, ‘92, ‘93) Berger, Barry (F, 6-5, Lake Grove, NY; 1985, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88) Berry, Robert: 1941 Blackhurst, Kevin (G, 6-2, Franklin, PA; 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93) Blasca, Casonir: 1940 Blum, Lewis (G, 5-10, Haddonfield, NJ; 1965, ‘66) Boney, D.J. (G, 6-5, Wilmington, DE; 2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) Bounds: 1916 Bowers, Elsworth (F, 6-6, St. Croix, Virgin Islands; 1987, ‘88, ‘89) Bowlus, Gerald: 1944, ‘47, ‘48 Branner, Woodrow: 1949 Bringhurst: 1928 Brinkley, Josh (F, 6-6, Richmond, VA; 2010, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Brown, Alfred (C, 6-6, Stockholm, NJ; 1957) Brown, Alphonso (F/C, 6-6, West Nyack, NY; 1978) Bryson, Michael (F/G, 6-4, Wilmington, DE; 1997) Buck, Andre (G, 6-3, Bridgeton, NJ; 1990, ‘91, ‘92,’93) Buechele, John: 1950, ‘51, ‘52 – CCCC – Campbell, Tom (G, 5-10, Allentown, PA; 1979, ‘80, ‘81) Cann: 1913, ‘14, ‘15 Cannon, Calvin (G, 6-3, Metuchan, NJ; 2006, ‘07) Cantwell : 1919 Carey, Lewis: 1936, ‘37, ‘38 Carluccio, Tom (F, 6-6, Wantagh, NY; 1977, ‘78, ‘79) Carnevale, Daniel (F, 6-5, Norwood, NJ; 1969, ‘70) Carpenter, H.L.: 1930 Carr, Phil (C, 6-8, Phoenixville, PA; 1985, ‘86, ‘87) Carr, Tim (F/C, 6-10, Phoenixville, PA; 1980, ‘81, ‘82, ‘83) Carter, F.B. : 1918, ‘19 Carter, G: 1919 Carter, Jawan (G, 5-11, Chester, PA; 2009, ‘10, ‘11) Casey: 1917 Chamberlain, Jon (G, 5-10, Horseheads, NY; 1982, ‘83, ‘84)

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Chisholm, Taurence (G, 5-8, Baltimore, MD; 1985, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88) Cloud, Nate (C, 6-5, Wilmington, DE; 1961, ‘62, ‘63) Cloud, Pete (C, 6-4, Wilmington, DE; 1962, ‘63, ‘64) Cloud, Walter (G, 6-1, Wilmington, DE; 1967, ‘68) Clyburn, Kaleb (G, 5-9, Orlando, FL; 2011) Cole: 1921, ‘23 Cole, Billy: 1943, ‘47, ‘48, ‘49 Coles, Alex (F, 6-6, Richmond, VA; 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92) Cook, Robert W. (F, 6-6, Glen Rock, NJ; 1976, ‘77) Cooper, Marco (F, 6-7, Freeport, Bahamas; 2008) Cosnek, Robert J.: 1962 Couch, James (G, 6-2, Pekin, IL; 1968, ‘69, ‘70) Courtney, Herb (F, 6-7, Horsham, PA; 2004, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08) Crawford, Ray (G, 6-1, Woodbury, NJ; 1952, ‘53, ‘57) Creamer: 1927, ‘28 Crescenzi, Ben: 1940 Crescenzi, Sebastian: 1942,’43 Curry, Mark (F, 6-5, East Orange, NJ; 2002) – DDDD – Daly, John: 1936, ‘37, ‘38 Davis, Keith (G, 6-4, Washington, DC; 1997, ‘98) Dawson, Alphonso (G, 6-4, Harrisburg, PA; 2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) Deadwyler, Ricky (G, 6-0, Wilmington, DE; 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93) DeGasperis, John: 1950, ‘51 Dill, Ken (G, 6-2, Newark, DE; 1980, ‘81, ‘82) DiNozzi, Dan (G, 6-5, Middletown, DE; 2004, ‘05) Diouf, Madou (F/G, 6-5, Dakar, Senegal 1998, ‘99, 2000) Doherty: 1914, ‘15, ‘16 Doordan, Bernard: 1938 Doublass, Ed: 1940 Douglass, Carlton: 1940, ‘41 Dove, John (F, 6-4, Olney, MD; 1982, ‘83, ‘84) Downie, Brian T. (F/C, 6-8, Poland, OH; 1975, ‘76, ‘77) Dragonetti, George (F, 6-6, Mendham, NJ; 1986) Drescher, William (F, 6-3, Avon-by-the-Sea, NJ; 1965) Dudley, Curtis (F, 6-6, New Carrollton, MD; 1987, ‘88, ‘89) Duncan, Newell:1944, ‘45,’46,’47 Duncan, R.B. “Scotty”: 1946 Dunkley, Spencer (C, 6-11, Wolverhampton, England; 1990,’91, ‘92,’93) Dunning, Richard L. (G, 5-9, Wilmington, DE; 1965) Dutton, Donald (G, 6-0, Newark, DE; 1986, ‘87) – EEEE – Edwards, Micah (F, 6-7, Washington, DC; 1992, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95) Egerson, Marc (G, 6-6, Wilmington, DE; 2008, ‘09) Erera, Laurence: 1961 Evans, Patrick (F, 6-5, Temple Hills, MD; 1992, ‘93, ‘95, ‘96) Evans, Richard (F, 6-2, N. Caldwell, NJ; 1951, ‘52, ‘53) Ewing, Earl: 1945 – FFFF – Fengler, Wolfgang (C, 6-8, So. Plainfield, NJ; 1972, ‘73, ‘74) Ferguson, R.: 1934 Finnegan, Robert: 1944 Fischer, Steve (G, 5-10, Glen Rock, NJ; 1976, ‘77) Flowers, Octavius (F, 6-6, Goldsboro, NC; 2005) Forrest, David (F, 6-7, Willow Grove, PA; 1975, ‘76, ‘77) Foster: 1913 France, R.L.: 1923, ‘24, ‘25 Frear, A.: 1924

– GGGG – Gallagher, Gerald F. (F, 6-6, Levittown, PA; 1975, ‘76) Gallucio, Gerard J. (G, 5-7, Wilmington, DE; 1963, ‘64) Gannon, David: 1959 Garner, Rob (G, 6-2, Temple Hills, MD; 1994, ‘95, ‘96) Geli, Pau (F, 6-9, Girona, Spain; 2006, ‘08, ‘09) Geoghengan: 1915 Gerow, Bill: 1938, ‘40, ‘41 Getterman, Barry: 1959 Gibson, C.W.: 1924, ‘25 Gibson, Paul (G, 6-2, Glendden, PA; 1974, ‘75, ‘76) Goldberg, Richard: 1951, ‘52 Gonzalez, Fred (F, 6-9, San Marcos, TX; 1996, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99) Goode, Michael (F, 6-4, Haddon Heights, NJ; 1973) Gordon, John (G, 5-10, Wilmington, DE, 1999, 2000) Grande, Vincent (F, 6-1, Watertown, NY; 1954) Green, Dallas (G, 6-5, Wilmington, DE; 1954, ‘55) Greene, Bruce (Philadelphia, PA; 1959) Greenhill, Richard (Wilmington, DE; 1961) Greenwood, Robert: 1936 Greer, J.: 1933, ‘34 Gregory, Robert: 1948, ‘49 Griesbach, Harry: 1966 Griffith, Paul: 1936 Grossman, Richard: 1946 Gruber, David (F/G, 6-3, Passaic, NJ; 1978, ‘79, ‘80) Gumbs, O.J. (C, 6-8, Wheatly Hts., NY; 1986, ‘87, ‘88) – HHHH – Haggerty, F.: 1931, ‘33 Haggerty, William (6-0, Villanova, PA; 1962) Hagins, Jamelle (F, 6-8, Roanoke, VA; 2010, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Hamilton, Charles (C, 6-5; 1960) Handelman, Howard M.: 1945 Haney, J.: 1931 Harrington, James: 1956 Harris: 1928 Hart, R. (F, 6-4, Claymont, DE; 1954) Haughton, Mark (G, 6-3, Toronto, Canada; 1988, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91) Hauptle, Carroll: 1943 Hawkins, Malcolm (G, 6-6, Norfolk, VA; 2010, ‘11) Hayes: 1926 Hayman, L.: 1937 Hebert, Gary: 1959 Heckert, Brad (G, 6-0, Lewiston, PA; 1985, ‘86, ‘87) Helfand, Ken (G, 5-10, Wilmington, DE; 1970, ‘71, ‘72) Henry, John: 1945 Hess, Donald: 1952 Hewson, Matt (C, 7-3, Woodbridge, VA; 2006) Hickman, Rich. L. (G, 6-1, Quincy, IL; 1971, ‘72, ‘73) Hill, I.: 1928, ‘29, ‘30 Hill, Ron (G, 6-5, Largo, MD; 1993, 94, 95) Himes, John (F, 6-2, Wilmington, DE; 1964, ‘65) Hindenlang, Dave (F, 6-8, Johnstown, PA, 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03) Hobson: 1929 Hoffstein, Jules: 1947,’48,’49,’50 Holt, H.: 1926, ‘28 Holt, R.: 1926, ‘29 Horsey, D.: 1916, ‘17, ‘18 Horsey, H. : 1917 Horshey, H.W. : 1915

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

Hottenstein, David G, 6-5, Lansdale, PA; 1969, ‘70) Huff, A.J.: 1979 Huffman, Andy (F, 6-4, Lancaster, PA; 1980, ‘81) Hurff, H.C.: 1925 Hunter, Robert: 1947 Hunter, Vohn (G, 6-3, Bronx, NY; 2002) Hushman: 1913 Hutton, Donald (G, 5-8, Wilmington, DE; 1957, ‘58) – IIII – Iredale, William H.(G, 5-8, Ridley Park, PA; 1963) Iversen, Ryan (G, 6-3, Eden Prarie, MN; 2001, ‘02, ‘03) –  JJJJ – Jackson, H.R.: 1922, ‘23 Jackson, Rob (G, 5-11, Dale City, VA; 1989, ‘91, ‘92) Jackson, Steven (F, 6-4, Wilmington, DE; 1968, ‘69) Jackson, W.S.: 1924, ‘25 Jaquette, J.: 1927, ‘28, ‘29 Jennings, Steve (C, 6-7, Claymont, DE; 1986, ‘87, ‘88) Johnson, Brian (G, 5-10, Annapolis, MD; 2007, ‘08, ‘09, ‘11) Johnson, Darrell (G, 6-4, New Castle, DE; 2007) Johnson, Renard (G, 6-1, Oxon Hill, MD; 1989, ‘90) Johnson, Robbie (F, 6-5, Wilmington, DE; ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95) Jones, Oscar (G, 6-2, Wilmington, DE; 1984, ‘85, ‘86) – KKKK – Kaufman, Sidney: 1931,’32,’33 Keil, A. Louis: 1945 Keith, T.M. : 1921, ‘22 Kelleher, William (G; 1953, ‘54) Kelly, John: 1959 Kenney, Brian P. (G, 6-1, Philadelphia, PA; 1974, ‘75, ‘76) Kenske, Allan: 1931,’32,’33,’34 Kerns, John: 1936, ‘38 Kiddoo, Richard C.: 1945 Kinch, James (C, 6-7, Dunellen, NJ; 1954) King-Davis, Marvin (F, 6-7, Richmond, VA; 2013) Kipp, Harry (F, 6-8, Baltimore, MD; 1978, ‘79) Kirkland, Robert: 1946 Knitter, Sean (F, 6-8, Philadelphia, PA; 2001, ‘02) Kraus, John: 1973 Kruzinski, James: 1950,’51,’52 Kwiatkowski, Edwin (F, 6-4, Wilmington, DE; 1954, ‘55) – LLLL – Lacklen, Edward: 1913, ‘14 Laey, Joseph: 1935 Lamkin, Vernon (C, 6-6, Egg Harbor, NJ; 1952, ‘53) Landi, Vincent (F, 6-3, Vineland, NJ; 1956) Lane, Bernard (C, 6-5, Chicago, IL; 1970) Laulette, Joseph (F, 6-1, Philadelphia, PA; 1956) Leahy, Earl: 1933 LeCarpentier: 1927 Ledsome, Jim (F, 6-9, Severna Park, MD; 2008, ‘09) Lee, Walter: 1932 Legates, Edward: 1942 Leha, E.: 1931 Lehman, Wm. (Delanco, NJ; 1959, ‘60, ‘61) Lewis, Khalid (G, 6-3, Trenton, N.J.; 2012) Lichtenstein, W.: 1925, ‘26 Liloia, Michael (G, 5-11, Nutley, NJ; 1995)

Lindsay, Bruce: 1936, ‘38, ‘39 Long, Ricky (F, 6-8, Mechanicsville, MD; 1987, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90) Loomis, John (G, 5-11, Wayne, PA; 1953) Lord, F. : 1918, ‘19 Lorell: 1922 Louth, J. Clyde (G, 5-8, Wilmington, DE; 1956, ‘57) Lubas, Steve (F, 6-8, Shillington, PA; 1990, ‘91, ‘92) Luck, Ken (F, 6-3, Willow Grove, PA; 1979, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82) Lukhard, K. (F, 6-4, Haddon Heights, NJ; 1973) Lunn, David (G, 6-3, Baltimore, MD; 2002, ‘03, ‘04) Lynch, Jay (6-4, Wilmington, DE; 1960, ‘61) Lyons, Thomas V. (Brooklyn, NY; 1963, ‘64) – MMMM – Mackey, Joseph: 1946 Madarani, Samer (G, 5-10, Newark, DE; 2010, ‘11, ‘12) Madera, Raphael (C, 6-10, Queens, NY; 2004, ‘05, ‘06) Maepa, Lebo (F, 6-8, Johannesburg, South Africa; 2004, ‘05) Mahla, Gilbert (F, 6-1, Claymont, DE; 1957, ‘60) Mancini, Mark (G, 6-1, Pennsauken, NJ; 1976, ‘77, ‘78, ‘79) Marciulionis, Kestutis (G, 6-2, Kaunas, Lithuania; 1997, ‘98, ‘99, 2000) Marston, H.W.: 1918, ‘19 Masoncup, Michael (G, 6-2, Park Ridge, IL; 1970) Mayer, Max: 1935 McBride, Jack (F, 6-4, Fort Wayne, IN; 1952) McCafferty: 1914 McCaughan, Hugh: 1919, ‘21 McCord, Earl: 1938, ‘39 McCullar, Hakim (F, 6-8, Cincinnati, OH; 2010, ‘11, ‘12) McCullough, Bruce (G, 6-1, Mercersburg, PA; 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96) McCurry, Robert: 1943 McFadden, James: 1947,’48,’49,’50 McHenry, H.R.: 1944 McKelvey, G. Rich. (C, 6-4, Wilmington, DE; 1956, ‘57) McKelvie, W.D.: 1923, ‘24, ‘25 McMahon, Sam (G, 6-5, Lohman, MO; 2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08) McMillen, John (F, 6-5, Media, PA; 1969, ‘70, ‘71) McNeil, Kelvin (F, 6-7, Newport News, VA; 2010, ‘11, ‘12) McNulty, Brendan (G, 5-11, Downingtown, PA; 2011, ‘12) Meccariello, Rick (G, 5-11, Newark, DE; 1977, ‘78, ‘79) Meredith: 1927 Messick, Herbert (G, 6-2, Springfield, PA; 1965, ‘66) Messick, Robert (G, 6-0, Manasquan, NJ; 1954, ‘56) Chris Metkiff (F, 6-5, Merrick, NY: 2005) Milbourne, Kenny (F, 6-8, Newark, DE; 1987) Miller, Adam (G, 6-5, Stewartstown, PA; 1994) Miller, Don (G, 5-10, Prospect Park, PA; 1953, ‘54) Miller, Greg (G, 6-4, Mt. Holly, NJ; 1998, ‘99, 2000, ‘01) Mitchell, Fred: 1938,’39,’41,’42 Monaghan, William J.: 1945 Montgomery, Denard (C/F, 6-9, Glen Burnie, MD; 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92) Morgan, John (G, 6-1, Freeport, NY; 1977, ‘78, ‘79) Morley, Nelson: 1965, ‘66, ‘67 Morrow, Edward (6-4, Wilmington, DE; 1953) Morton, D.R.: 1934 Mosher, A. Harris (C, 6-6, Westfield, NJ; 1957, ‘58) Mountz, David (G, 5-9, Columbia, PA; 1965, ‘66) Mullen, Tobias (F, 6-4, Ellendale, DE; 1996, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99) Mullenberg, Pete (C/F, 6-7, Reading, PA; ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81) Murphy, Richard: 1959 Murray, Mark (F/G, 6-4, Asbury Park, NJ; 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92)

– NNNN – Nack, Robert (G, 6-1, West Orange, NJ; 1972, ‘73, ‘74) Nana, Harding (F, 6-8, Douala, Cameroon; 2004, ‘05, ‘06) Nash, Wm.: 1943, ‘47, ‘48, ‘49 Ndiaye, Ndongo (C, 7-1, Dakar, Senegal, 1999, 2000) Neff, Philip: 1946 Negendank, William: 1933 Niang, Mohamed (C, 6-10, Dakar, Senegal; 1997, ‘98, ‘99) Novack, Ralph (F, 6-4, Sayerville, NJ; 1981, ‘82, ‘84) – OOOO – O’Connell, Ralph: 1932, ‘33,’34, ‘35 O’Donnell, Len (F, 6-6, W. Milford, NJ; 1982, ‘83, ‘84, ‘85) Olawoye, Henry (F, 6-8, Woonsocket, RI; 2004, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08) Olzerowicz, John: 1962 O’Neil, F.J.: 1944 Orth, Harry: 1931, ‘32 Orth, Victor P. (G, 5-10, Wilmington, DE; 1966, ‘67, ‘68) Osowski, Michael (F/C, 6-5, Sayerville, NJ; 1963, ‘64, ‘66) Otto, Donald (C, 6-5, Cherry Hill, NJ; 1973, ‘75) Owen, William: 1948 – PPPP – Parnell, Charley (G, 6-1, Cleveland, OH; 1967, ‘68) Peal, Tracy (G, 6-4, Potomac, MD; 1983, ‘84) Pearl, Brian (G, 6-3, York, PA; 1992, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95) Pegg, Adam (C, 6-9, Clearwater, FL; 2009, ‘10) Pegues, Mike (F, 6-5, Forestville, MD; 1997, ‘98, ‘99, 2000) Penkrot, Dave (F, 6-5, Lehman, PA; 1984, ‘85) Pennock, Thom.: 1934, ‘35, ‘36 Perry, Erek (G, 6-4, Weat Columbia, SC; 1988, ‘89) Perry, Tyrone (G, 5-11, Newport News, VA; 1996, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99) Phillips, George: 1966 Pie, Charles: 1934, ‘35 Pierce, Richard: 1967 Pierce, Steven (C/F, 6-8, Smyrna, DE; 1995) Pierson, J.: 1917, ‘19 Pratt, Loren (F, 6-4, Maywood, IL; 1968, ‘69, ‘70) Presley, Darryl (F, 6-6, Adelphi, MD; 1998, 2000) Prettyman, James: 1935 Price, Albert H.: 1945 Prince, Richard: 1959 Prothro, Chris (F, 6-5, Atlanta, GA; 2003, ‘04, ‘07) Purcell, Dennis (G, 6-4, Upper Darby, PA; 1975, ‘76, ‘77) Purcell, Pat (G, 6-2, Upper Darby, PA; 1979, ‘81) Purnell, Sherwood (F, 6-4, Berlin, MD; 1972, ‘73,’74) –  RRRR – Reed, Richard: 1942, ‘43 Reed, Richard A. (C, 6-7, Allentown, PA; 1979) Reed, Phil: 1938, ‘39 Reeder: 1916 Reigel, Carl: 1964 Reybold, Will. (F, 6-4, Laural, MD; 1980, ‘81) Rinard, R.: 1930 Ritz, W. : 1918 Robinson, G.R.: 1922 Rogers, Terrell (G, 5-8, Fort Mill, S.C.; 2013) Rohan, Anwar (G, 6-1, St. Croix, VI; 2003) Roman, J.: 1929, ‘30, ‘31 Ross, Cliff (F/G, 6-2, Weston, CT; 1981, ‘82) Roth, Ed (F, 6-6, Towson, MD; 1969, ‘70)

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S BASKETBALL

All-Time Blue Hen Assistant Coaches (1946-Present) Basista, Jim................................................................. 1969-71 Battle, Jeff.................................................................. 1986-88 Beecroft, John............................................................. 1977-79 Blackhurst, Kevin......................................................... 1994-95 Blakeney, Kenny......................................1997-2000; 2002-06 Brey, Shane................................................................. 1996-97 Bruce, Darryl............................................................... 1993-97 Capadonna, Paul......................................................... 1986-88 Cheeks, Chris................................................2012-Present Colunio, Bill................................................................. 1976-77 Crary, Ted.................................................................... 1967-68 Davis, Larry................................................................ 1985-89 Felton, Dennis............................................................. 1986-90 Ford, Jeff.................................................................... 1986-87 Gonser, Jerry.................................................................... 1956 Green, Dallas.............................................................. 1957-59 Groothuis, Steve.......................................................... 2003-05 Harnum, Don.............................................................. 1962-69 Harris, Jay.................................................................. 1986-87 Haughton, Mark.......................................................... 1991-92 Heinecken, Mickey...................................................... 1962-66 Hilliard, Darryl............................................................ 1992-93 Huber, Joe................................................................... 1988-91 Iversen, Ryan.............................................................. 2005-07 Jacobs, Darrell............................................................. 2005-06 Jirsa, Ron.................................................................... 1983-84 Johnson, Renard.......................................................... 1990-91 Johnson, Steve............................................................ 1989-90 Kearney, Sean......................................................... 1991-2000 Kehoe, R.C.................................................................. 2006-11 La Mere, Jeff............................................................... 1995-96 Lowry, Vince................................................................ 1985-86 Maley, Ed.................................................................... 1959-62 Martelli, Jr., Phil..........................................2011-Present Martin, Billy................................................................ 2000-05 Moseley, John.......................................................... 2001-2003 Moses, Mike................................................................ 1990-92 Mumford, Vince........................................................... 1989-90 Myers, G.R.................................................................. 1997-99 Nicholas, Doug............................................................ 1990-94 O’Neill, Kevin.............................................................. 1983-85 Oppenheimer, Josh.................................................. 2000-2002 Pederson, Mark........................................................... 1985-86 Pegues, Mike............................................................... 2010-12 Perry, Tyrone........................................................... 1999-2001 Rafferty, Jeff................................................2007-Present Rainey, Ron................................................................. 1972-76 Rollefson, Ted.............................................................. 1966-67 Siemen, Bob................................................................ 1946-55 Smith, Jim................................................................... 1957-58 Solomon, Anthony....................................................... 1988-89 Stewart, Stephen......................................................... 2006-10 Sullivan, Jim................................................................ 1955-56 Sysko, Dave................................................................ 1964-65 Torgerson, Ray............................................................ 1965-66 Trimmer, Russ.............................................................. 1956-57 Walter, Jim.................................................................. 1985-86 Wisniewski, Irv............................................................ 1952-54 Wright, Michael........................................................... 1985-86 Zawacki, Ted............................................................... 1979-83

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Rowland, Austen (G, 6-1, Hyattsville, MD; 2000, ‘01, ‘02) Runcie, Barney: 1948 Runcie, William H.: 1942 Ryan, John (G, 5-11, Chester, PA; 1953) – SSSS – Saddler, Devon (G, 6-2, Aberdeen, MD; 2011, ‘12, ‘13) Sadowski, Conrad: 1940, ‘41,’42 Santiago, Edwin (G, 6-2, Wilmington, DE; 2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) Savage, Larry (F, 6-5, Onancock, VA; 2012, ‘13) Saville, Joseph (Wilmington, DE; 1963) Sawdon: 1913 Schiliro, Robert (G, 5-11, New York, NY; 1956, ‘57, ‘58) Schlachter, Steve (F, 6-9, Plymouth, PA; 1974, ‘75, ‘76) Schonauer, Tom (G, 5-11, Barrington, NJ; ‘59, ‘60, ‘61, ‘62) Schorr, Lawrence: 1945 Scott, William (C, 6-7, Norristown, PA; 1964, ‘65) Seaholm, James: 1960 Seelig, Paul F. (G, 6-1, Valparaiso, IN; 1971) Seipel, Charles: 1959 Selby, Luke: 1940 Sessoms, Maurice (F, 6-8, Teaneck, NJ; 2001, ‘02, ‘03) Sheats, Earl: 1937, ‘38, ‘39 Shirey, Cecil (F, 6-3, Stewartstown, PA; 1956) Siemen, Robert: 1943 Skedzielewski, James (F, 6-5, Collingswood, NJ; ‘72, ‘73, ‘74) Slattery, Mike (5-11, G, Phila., PA; 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05) Smith, Calvin (6-5, F, Norfolk, VA; 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05) Smith, Darrell R. (6-5, Clendenin, WV; 1962, ‘63, ‘64) Smith, Greg (F, 6-7, Ashland, VA; 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97) Smith, K.Jim (G, 5-11, Wilmington, DE; 1956, ‘57) Spencer, David : 1970, ‘71 Staudenmayer, John (G, 6-0, Philadelphia, PA; 1980, ‘81, ‘82, ‘83) Steele, Joseph R. (Wilmington, DE; 1961, ‘63) Strine, Matt (F, 6-8, Shippensburg, PA; 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96) Sullivan, Bill (G, 5-11, Cherry Hill, NJ; 1973, ‘74, ‘75) Swayze, Lee J. (F, 6-4, Newark, DE; 1971, ‘72) Sysko, Dave L. (F, 6-5, Carney’s Pt., NJ; 1962, ‘63, ‘64) Szczerba, Ed. W. (G, 6-2, Wilmington, DE; 1964, ‘65, ‘66) Szczerba, Frank (F, 6-3, Wilmington, DE; 1965, ‘66) – TTTT – Taylor, Irvin: 1928, ‘29, ‘30 Taylor, William (F, 6-2, Folcroft, PA; 1958) Taylor, Zaire (G, 6-4, Staten Island, NY; 2006) Thomas: 1913 Thomas, Anthony (F, 6-5, Wilmington, DE; 2002) Thompson, Ed: 1933, ‘35 Thompson, George (F, 6-0, New Castle, DE; 1958) Threatt, Jarvis (G, 6-2, Richmond, VA; 2012, ‘13) Tompkins, Tim (F, 6-6, Pompton Plains, NJ; 1980, ‘82, ‘84) Townsville, Will (G, 6-3, Newark, DE; 2011, ‘12, ‘13) Trimmer, Russell (G, 6-0, York, PA; 1955, ‘56) Tucker, Tony (G, 6-4, Wilmington, DE; 1987, ‘88)

–  WWWW – Waddington, Jack (C, 6-6, Salem, NJ; 1954, ‘55, ‘56) Wade: 1923 Wagaman, Mark (F, 6-7, Lititz, PA; 1967, ‘68) Wagamon, Bill (F, 6-4, Milton, DE; 1959, ‘60, ‘61, ‘62) Walsh, Thomas: 1948 Warner, Walston (G, 5-10, Queens, NY; 1980, ‘81) Washington, Andrew (G, 6-3, Washington, DC; 2005) Washington, Rulon (G, 5-11, Jacksonville, FL; 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06) Waterman, Stan (G, 5-9, Wilmington, DE; 1987, ‘88) Weber, John (F, 6-6, Fallston, MD; 1984, ‘85, ‘86) Weimer: 1913, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16 Wells, Billy (G, 6-1, Baltimore, MD; 2000, ‘01) Welsh, Richard J. (G, 6-1, Doylestown, PA; 1974) Wentt, Robin (F, 6-8, Silver Spring, MD; 2001, ‘02, ‘04, ‘05) Wentz, Allen (F/C, 6-5, Laural, DE; 1960) Weyrauch, Mike (G, 6-0, Maywood, NJ; 1996) Wharton, F.: 1937 Wheeler, Greg (G, 6-2, Ashland, KY; 1988) White, Frank (F, 6-5, Wilmington, DE; 1952, ‘53, ‘54) Wickes, Frank (F, 6-4, York, PA; 1957, ‘58, ‘63) Williams, J.D.: 1922, ‘23, ‘24 Williams, Ted (C, 6-9, Chester, PA; 1989) Williams, Tommy (F, 6-6, Hamden, Conn; 2012) Willis, K.: 1922 Wills: 1914, ‘15 Wills: 1921 Wilson, E. : 1917, ‘18 Wilson, Edwin: 1936 Wilson, E.J.: 1939 Wilson, Michael (6-2, Wilmington, DE; 1962) Wilson, S.M.: 1936, 1937 Wilson, T. : 1916 Wood, Victor: 1947, ‘48 Wright, Michael (G, 5-9, Mendham, NJ; 1985) Wright, Anthony (F, 6-6, Asbury Park, NJ; 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93) Wright, Richard (G, 5-11, Collingswood, NJ; 1966, ‘67, ‘68) – XXXX – Xenakis, Ioannis (C, 7-0, Ipioupoli, Greece; 2002, ‘03) – YYYY – Yarnall, William: 1959 Young, Robert (F, 6-4, Baltimore, MD; 1971) – ZZZZ – Ziegler, Gordon (F, 6-1, Ridley Park, PA; 1958) Zink, Ted: 1944

– UUUU – Utt, William: 1950, ‘51, ‘52 – VVVV – Van Beck, Richard: 1950 Van Brunt, Donald: 1943

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Davon Usher

Tom Allshouse

Barnett Harris

Senior 6-6 | Guard South Baltimore, Md.

Junior 6-6 | Forward Middletown, Del.

Freshman 6-9 | Forward Monroeville, Pa.

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Jarvis Threatt

Devon Saddler

Devonne Pinkard

Junior 6-2 | Guard Richmond, Va.

Senior 6-2 | Guard Aberdeen, Md.

Freshman 6-6 | Forward Lancaster, Pa.

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Kyle Anderson

Maurice Jeffers

Marvin King-Davis

Junior 6-2 | Guard Newark, Ill.

Freshman (R) 6-9 | Forward Washington, D.C.

Sophomore 6-7 | Forward Richmond, Va.

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Cazmon Hayes

Sean Locke

Dylan Miller

Freshman 6-4 | Guard Charlotte, N.C.

Sophomore 6-4 | Guard Newark, Del.

Sophomore 6-4 | Guard Wilmington, Del.

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Carl Baptiste

Tommy Williams

Senior 6-9 | Forward Pittstown, N.J.

Senior 6-9 | Forward Pittstown, N.J.

Head Coach Monté Ross Eighth Season Winston Salem State ‘92


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