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2008-09 men’s Basketball ALMANAC


2008-09 Schedule Date Day

Opponent

Television

Site

Time

November

5 Wed. 16 Sun. 18 Tue.

TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE (EXHIBITION) ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

COLLEGE STATION COLLEGE STATION COLLEGE STATION

7:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

COLLEGE STATION COLLEGE STATION South Padre Island, Texas South Padre Island, Texas

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. TBA

COLLEGE STATION Tuscaloosa, Ala. COLLEGE STATION COLLEGE STATION Houston, Texas COLLEGE STATION Houston, Texas

8:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m.

COLLEGE STATION COLLEGE STATION Stillwater, Okla. COLLEGE STATION COLLEGE STATION Lawrence, Kan.

8 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m.

Austin, Texas COLLEGE STATION COLLEGE STATION

7 p.m. 8 p.m. 1 p.m.

Norman, Okla. COLLEGE STATION Waco, Texas

8 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m.

COLLEGE STATION Lubbock, Texas Lincoln, Neb. COLLEGE STATION

8 p.m. 5 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m.

Boulder, Colo. COLLEGE STATION Oklahoma City, Okla.

8 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA

South Padre Island Invitational

21 25 28 29

Fri. Tue. Fri. $ Sat. $

JACKSON STATE UNC WILMINGTON vs. Tulsa vs. Illinois or Kent State

Fox College Sports Fox College Sports December

Big 12/Pac 10 Hardwood Series

5 13 15 17 20 28 31

Fri. Sat. Mon. Wed. Sat. % Sun. Wed.

ARIZONA at Alabama FLORIDA A&M SMU vs. LSU SAM HOUSTON STATE at Rice

3 5 10 14 17 19

Sat. Mon. Sat. Wed. Sat. Mon.

MCNEESE STATE NORTH DAKOTA at Oklahoma State BAYLOR OKLAHOMA at Kansas

ESPNU Comcast Sports Southeast Fox Sports Net Fox Sports Net Fox Sports Net Januar y

* * * *

Fox Sports Net ESPNU ESPN2 ESPN ESPN

State Farm Lone Star Showdown

24 Sat. * 28 Wed. * 31 Sat. *

at Texas TEXAS TECH OKLAHOMA STATE

4 Wed. * 7 Sat. * 14 Sat. *

at Oklahoma KANSAS STATE at Baylor

ESPNU ESPNU ESPN

Februar y

16 21 24 28

Mon. Sat. Tue. Sat.

* * * *

Big 12 Network Big 12 Network Fox Sports Net

State Farm Lone Star Showdown

TEXAS at Texas Tech at Nebraska IOWA STATE

ESPN TTTN ESPN2 Big 12 Network

March

4 Wed. * 7 Sat. * 11-14 Thu.- % Sun.

at Colorado MISSOURI Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship

ESPNU ESPN2 Big 12/ESPN2/ESPN

* Big 12 Conference game; $ South Padre Island Convention Center % Toyota Center **All dates and times are subject to change; listed times are local time at game site**


Media

2008-09 Texas A&M Basketball

Table of Contents

Review

Media Policies and Services............................................ 2-3 Media Relations Contact/Athletic Directory..........................4 Radio Network/Ticket Information........................................5 Turgeon TV Show/Turgeon Radio Show..............................6 Media Outlets.......................................................................7 Reed Arena/Seating Chart...................................................8

Players

Roster/Pronunciation Guide...............................................10 Quick Facts/Roster Breakdown..........................................11 Preseason Notebook.................................................... 12-13 Radio/TV Speed Chart.......................................................14 James Blasczyk.................................................................15 Denzel Bowles...................................................................15 Marshall Carrell..................................................................16 Josh Carter................................................................... 16-19 Chris Chapman..................................................................19 Andrew Darko....................................................................20 Bryan Davis.................................................................. 21-23 Chinemelu Elonu.......................................................... 23-25 Bryson Graham........................................................... 25--26 Dash Harris........................................................................27 B.J. Holmes.................................................................. 27-28 Derrek Lewis......................................................................29 David Loubeau...................................................................29 Derrick Roland............................................................. 30-31 Shawn Schepel..................................................................32 Donald Sloan................................................................ 32-34 Nathan Walkup............................................................. 35-36 Aggies by Class/Height/State.............................................36

Opponents

Composite Big 12 Schedule......................................... 86-87 Tournaments/Sepcial Events........................................ 88-90 Opponent Information................................................ 91-109

Records

Leadership

Mark Turgeon, Head Coach...............................................38 Turgeon Insights................................................................39 Turgeon by Season............................................................40 Turgeon by Opponent........................................................40 Turgeon by Game........................................................ 41-43 Turgeon’s Head Coaching Record.....................................42 Scott Spinelli, Associate Head Coach................................44 Alvin “Pooh” Williamson, Assistant Coach.........................45 Bill Walker, Assistant Coach...............................................46 Barry Davis, Director of Student-Athlete Development......47 Mike Rohn, Director of Basketball Operations...................48 Byron Smith, Senior Athletic Assistant...............................49 Dustin Clark, Athletic Assistant...........................................50 Stephen Gentry, Video Coordinator...................................51 Garry Gibson, Scholastic Supervisor.................................52 Matt Doles, Athletic Trainer................................................53 Vern Banks, Strength Coach..............................................54 Colin Killian, Media Relations Director...............................55 ADMINISTRATION: Dr. Elsa Murano, Texas A&M President.............................56 Bill Byrne, Director of Athletics...........................................57 Regents/Athletic Council....................................................58

Individual Game Records..........................................112-115 Opponent Individual Game Records.........................116-118 Individual Season Records.......................................119-122 Individual Career Records........................................ 122-125 Class Records.......................................................... 125-126 Team Game Records............................................... 127-129 Opponent Team Game Records.............................. 130-132 Team Season Records............................................. 133-135 Opponent Team Season Records............................ 136-138 Reed Arena Records................................................ 139-140 Reed Arena Record by Year.............................................140 Reed Arena Attendance Records.....................................140 1,000-Point Club...................................................... 141-142 500-Rebounds Club/250 Assists Club...................... 143-145 100-Steals Club/100 Blocked Shots Club................ 146-147 A&M’s Conference Statistical Leaders.............................147 Annual Statistical Leaders........................................ 148-151 Top Scoring Tandems.......................................................152 Balanced Scoring Teams.................................................153 Team/Opponent Statistics by Year........................... 154-157 The Last Time..................................................................158

Opponents

Review

Season Notebook......................................................... 60-61 Postseason Honors............................................................62 Season Results/Attendance...............................................63 Full Season/Conference Statistics............................... 64-65 Game-by-Game Team/Opponent Statistics................. 66-67 Points/Rebounds/Assists............................................. 68-69 Bench Scoring/Scoring Breakdown.............................. 70-71 Starting Lineups/Technicals/Foul Outs......................... 72-73 Team/Individual Highs & Lows..................................... 74-75 Big 12 Standings & Statistics....................................... 76-84 A&M in Final NCAA Statistical Rankings............................84

Leadership

Players

Media

History

History

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Team Record by Year/Team Captains...................... 160-161 Coaching Records/Shelby Metcalf........................... 162-163 Year-by-Year Scores................................................ 164-178 Milestone Games/ Biggest Wins & Losses......................179 Series Records......................................................... 180-181 Overtime Games..............................................................181 Conference Champions...................................................182 Postseason Honors.................................................. 183-186 Aggies in the NBA Draft...................................................187 All-Time Lettermen................................................... 188-190 All-Time Jersey Numbers......................................... 191-193 In-Season Tournament Titles...........................................193 Starting Lineups (1951-2006)................................... 194-197 Postseason Tournaments.................................................198

Records


Media

Media Policies & Services Media Relations

Game Day Services

The Texas A&M media relations staff will assist you to the fullest extent possible in your coverage of the Aggies. Please contact Associate SID Colin Killian with any questions, concerns or requests.

Complete play-by-play, halftime boxscores, final boxscores, shot charts and postgame quotes will be provided, along with game programs, media guides, and pregame media packets from each team. Complimentary soft drinks and coffee will be available throughout the game. In addition, a postgame fax and email service is available at no charge through the Sports News Office.

ckillian@athletics.tamu.edu 979-229-4706 (cell) 979-845-3289 (office) 979-845-0564 (fax) 979-693-1163 (home)

Phone Lines

Numerous phone lines and phone instruments are available, but media members wishing to order their own lines should contact Philip Ray at Reed Arena (979-862-7333). To use existing lines, dial 9-0-area code-number. Only collect, toll free and credit card calls are accepted.

Credentials

Media credentials should be requested at least one week in advance of game and will be mailed if time permits. Otherwise, credentials can be picked up on game day at the loading dock entrance to Reed Arena. Media seating is limited, so credentials will be issued according to the following protocol: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Wireless Internet

Local newspapers, wire services, national publications and newspapers regularly covering the opponent. Other daily newspapers with a preference to those cover ing A&M on a regular basis. Radio and TV personnel reporting but not broadcasting. Non-daily publications with a preference to those covering A&M on a regular basis. Magazines and newsletters focusing primarily on one team with a preference to those covering A&M regularly. Scouts from professional teams.

Wireless internet access is available in the media area on the playing floor, media work room and interview room. An access code is required and can be obtained in the media work room.

Pregame Meals/Snacks

Pregame meals/snacks will be available starting 1 1/2 hours before the game in the hospitality room located near the loading dock at Reed Arena. For more information, contact Colin Killian in the Texas A&M Media Relations Office.

Photographers

Photo credentials should be requested in the same manner as regular media credentials. Floor space is limited; therefore, freelance photographers, cutline writers, equipment carriers, etc., WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. Photographers may work only on the baseline on each end of the court, but not directly under the baskets. Photographers must be seated beyond the maroon border of the playing surface. Photo credentials will be issued according to the following protocol:

Media Work Room

A media work room is located on the floor-level in the south corridor of Reed Arena. Ample phone lines and power will be available as well as wireless internet access.

Photo Work Room

A photographers work area is located near the loading dock entrance at Reed Arena. Power and wireless internet access are available.

1. Local newspapers, wire services, national publications, local TV stations and newspapers and television stations regularly covering the opponent. 2. Other daily newspapers and television stations with prefer- ence to those covering A&M on a regular basis. 3. Non-daily newspapers and other publications with a prefer- ence to those covering A&M on a regular basis.

Postgame Interviews

At home games, all postgame interviews will be conducted in the interview room located off the southeast corner of the playing floor. A mult-box is available. Designated players from each team will be brought to this area after the customary 10-minute cooling off period. The Texas A&M locker room is closed. Additional player interviews may be conducted outside the locker room. For road games, A&M’s postgame interview policy will vary.

Media Parking

Parking passes must be requested at least one week in advance of the game and will be mailed if time permits. Requested parking passes may also be picked up at the Sports News Office in the Koldus Building on campus. Parking passes may not be picked up at Reed Arena. Parking passes are good for all lots at Reed Arena except the loading dock area. Season parking passes will be issued to media covering A&M on a regular basis.

Mid-Week Interviews

All interviews must be arranged through the Media Relations Office. Players generally are available for interviews before practice. Please request all interviews with a minimum of 24 hours advance notice. Advise the SID office if you would like to attend practice.

Media Entrance

All media members may enter through the loading dock entrance of Reed Arena.

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Monday, December 15 Monday, February 9 Thursday, January 8 Monday, February 16 Monday, January 12 Monday, February 23 Monday, January 19 Monday, March 2 Monday, January 26 Monday, March 9 Monday, February 2 Monday, March 16* * For only those coaches advancing to postseason (NCAA or NIT) play

Coach Mark Turgeon conducts a weekly media luncheon, usually on Mondays, at Outback Steakhouse. Please check with the SID Office to confirm dates as they will vary. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. followed by an informal conference with Coach Turgeon.

The teleconference begins at 10 a.m. Central Time. The call can also be heard live and on replay via the Internet by visiting the Big 12 web site at www.big12sports.com. Listed below is the tentative schedule for the 2008-09 season. Please contact the Big 12 communications staff for the call-in and replay phone numbers.

Satellite Feeds

Postgame highlights of all non-televised home games will be available via satellite. Contact Colin Killian of the SID Office (979-845-5725) for coordinates and times.

Satellite Remotes

10:00-10:10

Outlets wishing to bring satellite and microwave units to Reed Arena must contact arena technical director Brian McGrath (979-862-7333) as soon as possible to insure adequate parking space is available.

Kansas

10:10-10:20

Mark Turgeon

10:20-10:30

10:30-10:40

Game Notes and Stats

Up-to-date statistics are available at www.AggieAthletics.com. A full PDF version of the game notes can be downloaded from the A&M website or can be emailed upon request to Colin Killian (ckillian@athletics.tamu.edu). Media members can also contact Killian to be placed on the email list for a text summary of the game notes, which will be sent out the day before each day.

10:40-10:50

10:50-11:00

11:00-11:10

11:10-11:20

Photos Via E-mail

Contact Colin Killian (ckillian@athletics.tamu.edu) to request high-resolution digital images of Texas A&M’s coaches and players.

11:20-11:30

11:30-11:40

Big 12 Teleconferences

11:40-11:50

The Big 12 Conference men’s basketball coaches will participate in a weekly media-only teleconference during the 2008-09 season. The calls begin with one call in December, followed by weekly teleconferences beginning in January. The schedule is as follows:

11:50-Noon

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Bill Self

Texas A&M

Travis Ford

Oklahoma State

Scott Drew

Baylor

Mike Anderson

Missouri

Pat Knight

Texas Tech

Jeff Bzdelik

Colorado

Frank Martin

Kansas State

Jeff Capel

Oklahoma

Doc Sadler

Nebraska

Rick Barnes

Texas

Greg McDermott

Iowa State

Media

Media Luncheons


Media

Athletics Directory Mailing Address

Overnight Mailing Address

Sports News Office P.O. Box 30017 College Station, TX 77842-3017

Sports News Office Koldus Bldg. Room #222 Joe Routt Blvd. Texas A&M University College Station, TX 77843-1228

Stephen Gentry, Video Coordinator. ..............................845-4531 Dustin Clark, Athletic Assistant......................................845-4531 Leah Wahlgren, Office Associate...................................845-4531

Key Phone Numbers Reed Arena Press Row

979-862-6944

Compliance.................................Office   David Batson, Director of Athletic Compliance..................862-2662 Susan Tatum, Monitoring Coordinator.............................862-3042 Brad Barnes, Compliance Education. .............................845-8757 Matt Callaway, Administrative Assistant. .........................845-1904

SID Office

979-845-5725 SID Fax ........................................ 979-845-0564

Reed Arena..................................Office  

Athletic Director’s Office................ 979-845-5129

Julie Villareal, Manager................................................862-7330 Brian McGrath, Technical Director. ................................862-7333

Basketball Office .......................... 979-845-4531

Ticket Office...............................Office  

Reed Arena Ticket Office............... 979-862-7333

Carole Dollins, Director of Athletic Ticketing.....................860-7986 Michael Solomon, Assistant Ticket Mgr./Basketball..........260-7597

Athletic Ticket Office.......................979-845-2311 Reed Arena Administration............... 979-862-7333

Training/Conditioning..........Office  

Big 12 Office ................................. 214-742-1212

Dr. J. P. Bramhall, Director of Sports Medicine....................845-3121 Allen Kinley, Dir. of Strength and Conditioning..................845-7173 Matt Doles, Men’s Basketball Trainer..............................458-1060 Vern Banks, Asst. Strength & Conditioning/MBKB.............458-3608 Danny Kniffin, Rehabilitation Specialist...........................847-8795

Administration...........................office Dr. Elsa Murano, President. .........................................845-2217 Bill Byrne, Director of Athletics. ......................................845-5129 Penny King, Chief of Staff.............................................845-1063 John Thornton, Senior Assoc. AD/Student Development....845-1159 Joe Powell, Senior Assoc. AD/CEO. ...............................862-6622 Jeff Schmahl, Senior Assoc. AD/External Operations. .......845-1030 Kevin Hurley, Assoc. AD/Facilities . ................................862-2575 Mike Caruso, Assoc. AD/Game Manager. .......................845-8915 Dave South, Assoc. AD/Broadcasting. ............................845-3248 Milton Overton, Assoc. AD/Technology Management........862-4358

12th Man Productions.........Office   Michelle Glover, Director of 12th Man Productions. ..........458-2982 Buddy Kimberlin, Producer & Editor/Men’s Basketball . ....458-4316 Will Johnson, Program Host..........................................458-3655

Men’s Basketball Media Contact Colin Killian

Academic Affairs.....................office Garry Gibson, Scholastic Supervisor/Men’s Basketball......845-3945

ckillian@athletics.tamu.edu

Men’s Basketball...................... Office

Cell: 979-229-4706

Mark Turgeon, Head Coach..........................................845-4531 Scott Spinelli, Associate Head Coach.............................845-4532 Alvin “Pooh” Williamson, Assistant Coach.....................845-2946 Bill Walker, Assistant Coach..........................................845-4531 . Barry Davis, Dir. of Student/Athlete Development. ............845-2188 Mike Rohn, Director of Basketball Operations...................845-4531 Byron Smith, Senior Athletic Assistant.............................845-4363

Office: 979-845-3289 Fax: 979-845-0564 Home: 979-693-1163 4


Media

Radio Network

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he Texas A&M Sports Network is in its third season under the direction of A&M Sports Properties. Aggies around the world can listen to A&M broadcasts on the internet by accessing the A&M Athletic Department website at at www.AggieAthletics.com. Many broadcasts also are available via Sirius Satellite Radio. Returning to the microphone for his 38th year of collegiate broadcasting will be the play-by-play voice of the Aggies, Dave South. South also serves as associate athletic director for broadcasting at Texas A&M. Providing color commentary again will be former Texas A&M player Al Pulliam. Associate sports information director Colin Killian may see road duty on the broadcast again for the 19th year. Each broadcast will start 30 minutes prior to tip-off with a comprehensive pregame show. The halftime show will feature statistics, analysis, a scoreboard show and other pertinent items. Bryan Broadcasting (WTAW 1620 AM) is the flagship station for A&M radio broadcasts. The station also carries the Thursday night radio show with Coach Turgeon.

Network Stations City Call Letters Freq Atlanta

KPYN-AM

900

Athens

KLVQ-AM

1410

Austin

KJCE-AM

1370

Brenham

KWHI-AM

1280

Carthage

KGAS-AM

1590

College Station WTAW-AM

1620

College Station KZNE-AM

1150

Comanche

KCOM-AM

1550

Dallas

KFXR-AM

1190

El Campo

KULP-AM

1390

Gonzales

KCTI-AM

1450

Houston

KBME-AM

790

Marshall

KMHT-AM

1450

New Braunfels

KGNB-AM

1420

San Antonio

KSJL-AM

810

San Saba

KBAL-AM

1410

Sulphur Springs KSST-AM

1230

Victoria

1340

Ticket Information Individual Game Tickets Floor/Courtside............................. $32 Center Mezzanine........................ $30 Baseline Mezzanine..................... $26 Center Loge.................................. $24 Baseline Loge............................... $20 Prices will be $5 higher for select games.

Season Tickets

(19 games, including exhibition)

Courtside.............................. $550 Center Mezzanine................ $500 Baseline Mezzanine............. $450 Center Loge.......................... $400 Baseline Loge....................... $250 Some seats also require annual donation

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KVNN-AM

Call 1-888-99-AGGIE The 12th Man Foundation Ticket Center is located in the Bernard C. Richardson Zone (North endzone) of Kyle Field. OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (CST) PHONE: (979) 845-2311 or 1-888-99-AGGIE EMAIL: tickets@12thmanfoundation.com MAILING ADDRESS: 12th Man Foundation Athletic Ticket Center P.O. Drawer M-12 College Station, TX 77844-9122


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Mark Turgeon TV Show

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he Mark Turgeon TV Show is in its second season of direction by 12th Man Productions. The program will be shown weekly on Fox Sports Net Southwest and Cox Sports TV, and also will be available in the Bryan/College Station market on KBTX-TV on Saturdays (check listings for times). Cox Sports TV, the home channel of the New Orleans Hornets, is a 24-hour, local sports network that delivers exclusive professional, amateur and collegiate sports events to homes in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, East Texas, and Arkansas. Check local listings for availability.The show will be weekly through the postseason in March. Texas A&M Head Coach Mark Turgeon provides viewers an all-access pass to Aggie Basketball. Turgeon will review highlights and discuss all aspects of the program. Will Johnson will Will Johnson be the host. Fans will be taken from courtside to the locker room with special features and exclusive behind-the-scenes access. 12th Man Productions also produces the Aggie Sports Connection.

Mark Turgeon Radio Show

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he Mark Turgeon Radio Show is a live broadcast originating on Thursdays from Wings-N-More restaurant in College Station. The hour-long program is carried locally on WTAW-AM (1620) and is co-hosted by Coach Mark Turgeon and “The Voice of the Aggies,” Dave South. The first three shows will be on Dec. 4, Dec. 11 and Dec 18. The show becomes weekly starting on Jan. 15, continuing every Thursday through March 5. Coach Turgeon fields questions from the audience on a wide variety of subjects. The popular show includes in-depth analysis of not only the Aggies, but of the Big 12 and college basketball in general. Turgeon’s candid comments give fans an inside look into the program and also features game recaps and previews of upcoming opponents. Dave South

2008-09 Road Headquarters at SPII

at Oklahoma St.

South Padre Island, Texas Radisson Resort 956-761-6511

Stillwater, Okla. Hampton Inn 405-743-1306

at Alabama

at Kansas

Tuscaloosa, Ala. Hotel Capstone 205-752-3200

Lawrence, Kan. Eldridge Hotel 785-749-5011

vs. LSU

at Texas

Houston, Texas Hyatt Regency 713-654-1234

at Oklahoma Norman, Okla. Embassy Suites 405-364-8040

at Baylor Waco, Texas Hilton Hotel 254-759-5516

at Texas Tech

Austin, Texas Embassy Suites 512-407-9637

Lubbock, Texas Embassy Suites 806-771-7000

at Rice

Houston, Texas Crowne Plaza 713-797-1110

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at Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. Embassy Suites 402-474-1111

at Colorado Boulder, Colo. Marriott Hotel 303-440-8877

at Big 12

Oklahoma City, Okla. Crowne Plaza 405-848-4811


Media

Media Outlets Newspapers Bryan-College Station Eagle Box 3000 Bryan, TX 77805 (979) 776-4444 Fax: (979) 774-0496 Richard Croome, beat writer

The Battalion Reed McDonald Bldg. Texas A&M University College Station, TX 77843 (979) 845-3316 Fax: (979) 845-2647

The Dallas Morning News P.O. Box 655237 Communications Center Dallas, TX 75265-0237 (214) 977-8444 Fax: (214) 651-0580 Chuck Carlton, beat writer

Houston Chronicle 801 Texas Ave. Houston, TX 77002 (713) 220-7891 Fax: (713) 220-7866 Terrance Harris, beat writer

San Antonio Express-News P.O. Box 2171 San Antonio, TX 78297 (210) 250-3373 Fax: (210) 250-3351 Brent Zwerneman, beat writer

Austin American-Statesman P.O. Box 670, Austin, TX 78767 (512) 445-3600 Fax: (512) 445-3868 Randy Riggs, beat writer

Fort Worth Star-Telegram 400 W. 7th St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 390-7760 Fax: (817) 390-7210 Lori Dann, beat writer Mike Jones, Big 12 beat writer

Wire Services The Associated Press   (Dallas) 4851 LBJ Fwy. Suite 300 Dallas, TX 75244-6002 (972) 991-2100 Fax: (214) 991-7207 Jaime Aron, southwest regional sports editor

The Associated Press   (Houston) 16945 Northchase Drive Suite 2110 Houston, TX 77060 (281) 872-8900 Fax: (713) 872-9988 Chris Duncan, reporter

Magazines Aggieland Illustrated P.O. Box 6841 Bryan, TX 77805-6841 (979) 229-8046 Brian Davis, editor

12th Man Magazine P.O. Drawer L-1 College Station, TX 77844-9101 (979) 846-8892 Homer Jacobs, editor Rusty Burson, assoc. editor

12th Man On Campus P.O. Drawer L-1 College Station, TX 77844-9101 (979) 846-8892 True Brown, editor

Maroon & White Report P.O. Drawer 10642 College Station, TX 77844-9109 (979) 696-5911 Billy Liucci, editor

TV Stations KBTX-TV (CBS) P.O. Drawer 3730 Bryan, TX 77805 (979) 846-7777 Fax: (979) 846-1490 Darryl Bruffett, sports director Dwayne Parsons, reporter John Wilson, reporter

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KXXV-TV/KRHD (ABC) P.O. Drawer 2522 Waco, TX 76710 (254) 754-2525/(979) 691-5743 Fax: (254) 757-0331 Nicole Pytel, sports reporter

KAMU-TV (PBS) Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843 (979) 845-1526

Big 12 Showcase 400 North East Street Arlington, Texas 76011 1-800-539-8355 Fax: 1-888-263-5802 Keith Fletcher, producer Bill Land, host

12th Man TV Productions P.O. 30017 College Station, TX 77842-3017 (979) 845-2690 Fax: (979) 847-8514

Radio Stations KKYS-FM/KAGG-FM P.O. Box 4132 Bryan, TX 77805-4132 (979) 846-5597 Fax: (979) 268-5828

KTAM-AM/KORA-FM/ KHLR-FM/KZTR-FM P.O. Box 3069 Bryan, TX 77805 (979) 776-1240 Fax: (979) 776-0123

WTAW-AM/KZNE-AM/ KTSR-FM 2700 Earl Rudder Frwy, Suite 5000 College Station, TX 77845 (979) 846-1150 Fax: (979) 846-1933 Tom Turbiville, sports director Chip Howard, SportsTalk host Louie Belina, The First Word host


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Reed Arena

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right onto Olsen Blvd. and follow road to Penberthy road near Reed Arena and take a left. Follow signs to enter the parking area of Reed Arena.

eed Arena is in its 11th season as the home of Texas A&M basketball. The 12,989-seat facility opened in 1998. The arena floor encompasses 25,000 square feet and has exhibit space for 200 booths. It also can handle banquets for up to 2,000 people. The arena is named for Houston veterinarian Chester J. Reed ’47 and his wife, Billie Jean, who contributed the nucleus of the assets used to fund the facility. The arena includes a practice gym, ample locker rooms, a training room, meeting rooms and various other amenities. A $22 million team facility that includes new dressing rooms, office and will open during the 2008-09 season. The attendance record for men’s basketball at Reed Arena is 13,584, which was set in 2008 against Oklahoma State.

From Houston (Hobby):

Take I-45 north to I-10 west to Hwy. 290 North. When you reach the Hempstead area, turn right (north) onto Hwy. 6 to College Station. When you reach College Station, take Business 6 to F.M. 2818 and turn left. When you reach Wellborn Road (approx. 2 miles), turn right. Go to the third stoplight and turn left onto George Bush. Take the first right onto Olsen Blvd. and follow road to Penberthy road near Reed Arena and take a left. Follow signs to enter the parking area of Reed Arena.

From Dallas: Take I-35 South to Waco, then turn left (east) onto Hwy. 6 to College Station. Once you arrive in College Station, turn right (west) onto University Drive. You will soon pass the campus on your left (south). Take the Wellborn Road exit and turn left (south). At the third stoplight,you will see Kyle Field on your left, turn right (west) onto John Kimbrough Rd. Reed Arena is just ahead on the left. Follow signs to enter the parking area of Reed Arena.

From Austin-Bergstrom Airport: Take Hwy. 71 East

Directions to Reed Arena:

for 23 miles, the exit onto Hwy. 21 East. When you arrive near Bryan, exit onto Hwy. 47. After you cross the F.M. 2818 overpass, take your third right. At the stop sign, turn left onto Kimbrough Rd. Reed Arena will be on your right. Follow signs to enter the parking area of Reed Arena.

From Houston (IAH):

Take Sam Houston Tollway to state Hwy. 290 North. In Hempstead, turn North on Hwy. 6 and follow to Bryan/ College Station. When you reach College Station, take Business 6 to F.M. 2818 and turn left. When you reach Wellborn Road (approx. 2 miles), turn right. Go to the third stoplight and turn left onto George Bush. Take the first

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Players

Bryan Davis


Players

2008-09 Roster No. Player

Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Cl-Ex.

Hometown (High School/College)

12

Blasczyk, James

F/C 7-0

235

Fr-Hs

Houston, Texas (Friendswood HS)

21

Bowles, Denzel

F/C 6-10

260

So-1L

Virginia Beach, Va. (Kempsville HS)

50

Carrell, Marshall

F 6-8

210

So-1L

Paris, Texas (Paris HS)

23

Carter, Josh

G/F 6-7

200

Sr-3L

Dallas, Texas (Lake Highlands HS)

31

Chapman, Chris

G 5-11

175

Jr-2L

Houston, Texas (Memorial HS)

14

Darko, Andrew

G 6-0

170

So-1L

Conroe, Texas (Conroe HS)

0

Davis, Bryan

F 6-9

240

Jr-2L

Dallas, Texas (Grand Prairie HS)

41

Elonu, Chinemelu

F/C 6-10

235

Jr-2L

Houston, Texas (Alief Elsik HS)

40

Graham, Bryson

G 6-3

195

Sr-2L

San Antonio, Texas (Reagan HS/Lon Morris JC)

5

Harris, Dashan

G 6-1

175

Fr-Hs

Los Angeles, Calif. (Monteverde {Fla.} Academy)

11

Holmes, B.J.

G 6-0

175

So-1L

Houston, Texas (Hastings HS)

2

Lewis, Derrek

G 6-5

195

So-1L

Tulsa, Okla. (Union HS)

10

Loubeau, David

F 6-9

215

Fr-Hs

Miami, Fla. (Westlake Prep)

3

Roland, Derrick

G 6-4

185

Jr-2L

Dallas, Texas (Seagoville HS)

24

Schepel, Shawn

G 6-4

205

So-1L

Dallas, Texas (Flower Mound HS)

15

Sloan, Donald

G 6-3

205

Jr-2L

Dallas, Texas (Seagoville HS)

45

Walkup, Nathan

F 6-7

205

So-1L

Houston, Texas (Deer Park HS)

Numerical Roster 0.....Bryan Davis

12.....James Blasczyk

31.....Chris Chapman

2.....Derrek Lewis

14.....Andrew Darko

40.....Bryson Graham

3.....Derrick Roland

15.....Donald Sloan

41.....Chinemelu Elonu

5.....Dash Harris

21.....Denzel Bowles

45.....Nathan Walkup

10.....David Loubeau

23.....Josh Carter

50.....Marshall Carrell

11.....B.J. Holmes

24.....Shawn Schepel

Pronunciation Guide James BLASCZYK.......................................BLAH-zick Denzel bowles..............................den-ZELL bowls Marshall CARRELL.............................................ker-EL CHINEMELU ELONU........................chin-uh-muh-LOO ee-LON-ooh David LOUBEAU................................................ luh-BO 10

Mike ROHN............................................................rown Shawn SCHEPEL......................................... SKAY-puhl Scott SPINELLI.............................................spin-EL-ee Mark TURGEON.............................................. TERJ-un Nathan WALKUP............................................ WALK-up


Quick Facts Overall Record..................................178-130 (10 years) Best Time to Contact....................... Weekday mornings Basketball Office......................................979-845-4531 Associate Head Coach..... Scott Spinelli (Boston U. ’89) Assistant Coaches............ Pooh Williamson (Tulsa ’95) ........................................ Bill Walker (Missouri-Rolla ‘87) . Student-Athlete Dev......... Barry Davis (Texas A&M ’76) . Basketball Operations....... Mike Rohn (McPherson ‘90) Sr. Athletic Assistant............Byron Smith (Houston ’91) Video Coordinator......... Stephen Gentry (Gonzaga ‘05) Athletic Assistant............ Dustin Clark (Texas A&M ‘07) . Athletic Trainer................. Matt Doles (New Mexico ‘99) . Lettermen Returning: 14................................... Lost: 4 Starters Returning: 3........................................ Lost: 2 2007-08 Record (Big 12)........................ 25-11 (8-8, 6th) Last Postseason Game.............2008 NCAA 2nd Round ....................................................... (lost to UCLA, 51-49)

Roster Breakdown Returning Starters – 3 Josh Carter ................ G/F

6’7”............. 200.............Sr-3L......................... 12.2 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 38% 3-Pt. FG

Donald Sloan................ G

6’3”............. 205............. Jr-2L...................................... 9.5 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 3.4 apg

Bryan Davis.................F/C

6’9”............. 240............. Jr-2L..................................... 8.7 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 53% FG

Lost Starters – 2 Joseph Jones .............F/C

6’9”............. 255............... 4L.................................................... 10.3 ppg, 5.4 rpg

Dominique Kirk ............ G

6’3”............. 185............... 4L........................................ 8.4 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 3.6 apg

Other Returning Lettermen – 11 Denzel Bowles.............F/C

6-10............. 260............ So-1L................................................... 0.9 ppg, 0.8 rpg

Marshall Carrell............ F

6-8.............. 210............ So-1L................................................... 1.0 ppg, 0.0 rpg

Chris Chapman............. G

5-11............. 175............. Jr-2L.................................................... 0.0 ppg, 0.0 rpg

Andrew Darko............... G

6-0.............. 170............ So-1L................................................... 0.2 ppg, 0.0 rpg

Chinemelu Elonu.........F/C

6-10............. 235............. Jr-2L.................................................... 2.7 ppg, 3.0 rpg

Bryson Graham............ G

6-3.............. 195.............Sr-2L................................................... 0.6 ppg, 0.1 rpg

B.J. Holmes.................. G

6-0.............. 175............ So-1L........................... 2.0 ppg, 0.8 rpg, 40% 3-Pt. FG

Derrek Lewis................. G

6-5.............. 195............ So-1L................................................... 0.7 ppg, 0.8 rpg

Derrick Roland............ G/F

6-4.............. 185............. Jr-2L.................................................... 5.6 ppg, 2.1 rpg

Shawn Schepel........... G/F

6-4.............. 205............ So-1L................................................... 0.3 ppg, 0.7 rpg

Nathan Walkup............. F

6-7.............. 205............ So-1L........................... 2.0 ppg, 0.9 rpg, 44% 3-Pt. FG

Other Lost Lettermen – 2 DeAndre Jordan........... C

7’0”............. 255............... 1L.................................... 7.9 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 61.7% FG

Beau Muhlbach........... F/G

6’5”............. 205............... 3L...................................................... 2.4 ppg, 1.2 rpg

James Blasczyk . ........F/C

7’0”............. 235......... Freshman.................................................Houston, Texas

Newcomers – 3 Dash Harris ................. G

6’1”............. 175......... Freshman............................................Los Angeles, Calif.

David Loubeau............. F

6’9”............. 215......... Freshman........................................................Miami, Fla.

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Location....................................... College Station, Texas Founded.................................................................. 1872 Opened.................................................................... 1876 Enrollment............................................................ 47,925 Nickname.............................................................. Aggies Colors.................................................Maroon and White Conference............................................................Big 12 National Affiliation.................................NCAA Division I Homecourt..............................Reed Arena (12,989 cap.) Homecourt Record.............................108-51 (10 years) All-Time Record..........................1,201-1,130 (96 years) President........... Dr. Elsa Murano (Fla. International ‘81) Athletics Director................. Bill Byrne (Idaho State ’67) Compliance Officer....................................David Batson Faculty Representative...................... Dr. Thomas Adair Head Coach..........................Mark Turgeon (Kansas ’87) Record at A&M..........................................25-11 (1 year)


Preseason Notebook Players

Emergin’ Turgeon

nA former player and assistant coach at Kansas, 43-year-old Mark Turgeon is in his second season at Texas A&M. nTurgeon led the Aggies to a 25-11 record last year, the third most wins in school history. A&M advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, dropping a close 51-49 decision to No. 1-seed UCLA. nTurgeon’s 25 wins last year tied for the most by any first-year coach at a Big 12 school. Tom Penders went 25-9 in his first year at Texas in 1988-89 prior to the formation of the Big 12. nTurgeon has reached the 20-win mark four times in the last five seasons, averaging 22.2 wins in that span. His teams have advanced to postseason play five times in the last six years.

Josh Carter

Success Streaks

nA&M has posted four straight 20-win seasons. Prior to this streak, A&M had not had more than two consecutive 20-win ledgers. In fact, A&M had only six 20-win seasons in its history. nA&M has made three straight NCAA Tournament appearances, another first in school history. Prior to this streak, A&M had never had even two consecutive NCAA appearances. n Including the 2005 NIT, A&M has advanced to postseason play four straight years. nA&M is 4-3 NCAA Tournament play in the last three years. Prior to that span, A&M was just 3-7 in NCAA Tournament games in its history.

National TV Time

nThe Aggies will play at least 11 regular-season games on national television. Including regional telecasts, at least 29 games will be televised in 2008-09, including all 16 Big 12 contests. nThe Big 12 schedule includes 10 nationally-televised games, including ESPN “Big Monday” matchups at Kansas on Jan. 19 and at home against Texas on Feb. 16. Six Big 12 games will be shown on regional TV.

Tough Schedule

nThe South Padre Island Invitational, a home game against Arizona, a road game at Alabama, a neutral site game against LSU and the always-rugged Big 12 Conference slate highlight the 2008-09 Texas A&M men’s basketball schedule. nThe South Padre Invitational includes a game against Tulsa and a game against either Illinois or Kent State. nArizona will visit Reed Arena on Dec. 5, its first ever visit to College Station. The game is a part of the Big 12/Pac 10 Hardwood Series. nA&M will play LSU on Dec. 20 in Houston’s Toyota Center as part of a double-header. Texas plays Michigan State in the other game. This marks the fourth straight year the Aggies have played the Tigers. nThe Aggies will play host to SMU on Dec. 17. Former members of the Southwest Conference, A&M and SMU have not played since that league disbanded in 1996.

Feeling at Home

nA&M has won 41 of its last 46 home games, including 16 of its last 21 in Big 12 play. nThe Aggies will play 18 home games this season. nThe Aggies have won 46 straight regular-season non-conference games at Reed Arena. The last loss was to A&M-Corpus Christi on Dec. 13, 2003 (82-80). nA&M went 16-4 at home last season, matching the third most home victories in school history. nThe Aggies are 50-7 (.877) at home the last three seasons and are 67-10 (.870) in the last four years. A&M’s 67 home wins are the second most in the country in that time behind Memphis (73). 12


Returning Percentages

Donald Sloan

Players

Points............................................................. .599 Rebounds...................................................... .596 Assists........................................................... .597 Steals............................................................. .632 Blocks............................................................ .469 3-Point FGs................................................... .725

Reed Arena

nReed Arena is in its 11th season as the home of Texas A&M basketball. The 12,500-seat facility opened in 1998 and was named for Houston veterinarian Chester J. Reed ’47 and his wife, Billie Jean, who contributed the nucleus of the assets that fund the facility. nA $23 million, 68,000-square-foot expansion project will open this season. The addition includes practice gyms, locker rooms, film rooms, a weight room, training facilities and offices. nThe top 14 single-game attendance marks in A&M history (and 18 of the top 20) have been set in the last four years. The top 14 non-conference attendance marks also have been set in the last four seasons. nA&M is 108-51 (.679) through 10 seasons at Reed Arena. The Aggies were 41-41 (.500) at Reed in its first six seasons of existence.

nThe Aggies are among the youngest teams in the Big 12 with 10 underclassmen (freshmen and sophomores) and only two seniors on the roster. nA&M has scored more points in the last two seasons than at any other time in school history. The Aggies scored 2,548 points last year, second only to the 2,570 points they scored in 2006-07. nA&M also has made more three-pointers in the last two seasons that ever before. The Aggies made 211 treys last year, just off the record of 215 they set in 2006-07. nWith 1,098 career points, senior Josh Carter needs 496 points to enter A&M’s top five. He needs just 11 three-pointers to become the Aggies’ career leader.

Preseason Hype

nDespite the loss of veterans Joseph Jones, Dominque Kirk and Beau Muhlbach, as well an NBA draftee DeAndre Jordan, the Aggies are again considered one of the country’s top teams going into the 2008-09 season. Lindy’s College Basketball ranks A&M No. 21 and predicts the Aggies will make their fourth straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament. nAthlon College Basketball rates junior Bryan Davis as the most underrated player in the Big 12. nLindy’s named senior Josh Carter to its second-team All-Big 12 squad and tabbed Davis to the third team. The magazine rates both players among the top 25 in the country at their positions.

Recruiting Class

nTexas A&M’s incoming recruiting class of Dash Harris and David Loubeau was rated No. 2 in the Big 12 and among the best nationally. Both players are rated among the top 70 prospects nationally.“Coach Turgeon successfully fill his needs and I’d give A&M an A in that category,” ESPN recruiting analyst Bob Gibbons said. If you rated classes based on two players, it would be one of the top five classes in the country.” nTurgeon added a third freshman during the summer in 7-footer James Blasczyk of Houston. nGibbons ranks A&M’s 2009 recruiting class as the fourth-best nationally and the best in the Big 12. “Coach Mark Turgeon and his hard-working staff continue their outstanding recruiting success,” Gibbons said.

Random Notes

nThe Aggies’ 17-man roster boasts 13 Texas high school products and one each from Oklahoma, Florida, Virginia and California. nJunior forward/center Chinemelu Elonu wears No. 41. The last A&M player to wear that number before Elonu was R.C. Buford in 1979-80. Burford is now the general manager of the San Antonio Spurs. Buford and A&M Coach Mark Turgeon were assistants together at Kansas under Larry Brown when the Jayhawks won the national title in 1988. 13


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Radio/TV Speed Chart

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James Blasczyk

Before A&M

Named district’s defensive player of the year in 2008...averaged 14.6 points and 9.7 rebounds as a senior...rated among the top 50 prospects in state by TexasHoops.com...averaged 8.3 points, 7.1 rebounds and 4.1 blocks as a junior...earned three varsity letters...scored a career-best 27 points with a career-high 17 rebounds against the Dallas Mustangs in 2007 as a member of Houston Select, one the top AAU programs in the nation...played for Houston Swoosh in 2008...coached by Darren Chandler.

Personal

James Ethan Blasczyk is the son of Jim and Ginny Blasczyk of Friendswood, Texas...born April 7, 1990 in Michigan...general studies major...eventually wants to be a coach...favorite NBA team is the Dallas Mavericks and his favorite player is Dirk Nowitski...has played the drums since sixth grade...also recruited by Texas, Oklahoma, Baylor and Pittsburgh.

Denzel Bowles

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Pronunciation.......... den-ZELL bowls Position....................Forward/Center Height . ..................................... 6’10” Weight ................................. 260 lbs. Class .......................................So-1L Hometown .........Virginia Beach, Va. High School .............. Kempsville HS Major ......................General Studies

2007-08 (Freshman)

Played in eight games as a true freshman...averaged 0.9 points and 0.8 rebounds...made 50.0 percent from the field...scored in three games, including 3 points against UC Irvine.

Before A&M

Rated as the No. 63 prospect in the country by ScoutHoops.com, which also ranked him as the No. 13 center... averaged 20.6 points and 10.8 rebounds as a senior at Kempsville High School in Virginia Beach, Va....rated as a 4-star recruit by ScoutHoops.com...two-time all-district pick was named league’s defensive player of the year... averaged 12.8 points and 9.7 rebounds as a junior...scored a career-high 39 points against Tallwood as a senior... posted a career-best 18 rebounds in a game as a junior...coached by Taft Hickman.

Personal

Denzel Bowles is the son of Dennis and Veronica Bowles of Virginia Beach, Va....born May 1, 1989...general studies major...favorite NBA team is the Houston Rockets and his favorite player is Carmelo Anthony...also recruited by Wichita State, Providence, Rhode Island, George Mason, St. Bonaventure, Va. Commonwealth and St. Joseph’s. 15

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Pronunciation....................blah-ZICK Position....................Forward/Center Height . .......................................7’0” Weight ................................. 235 lbs. Class ....................................... Fr-Hs Hometown ....... Friendswood, Texas High School ........... Friendswood HS Major ......................General Studies


Marshall Carrell Players

50

Pronunciation..........................ker-EL Position............................... Forward Height . .......................................6’8” Weight ................................. 210 lbs. Class .......................................So-1L Hometown .................... Paris, Texas High School ..............................Paris Major ......................General Studies

2007-08 (Freshman)

Played in two games (Ouachita Baptist and Texas State)...scored two points against Texas State, making his only field goal attempt of the season...also added a blocked shot.

Before A&M

Earned all-district honors and was named the district’s most valuable player as a senior at Paris High School... averaged 11.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocked shots per game...lettered three years in basketball and once in football...one had a triple double in a game...has career highs of 24 points, 15 rebounds and 10 blocks...team advanced to regional semifinals...coached by Brock Blassingame.

Personal

Marshall Bernet Carrell is the son of Thomas and Gable Carrell of Georgetown, Texas...born Oct. 11, 1988...general studies major...made Dean’s List and Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll last year...favorite NBA team is the Dallas Mavericks and his favorite player is LeBron James...recruited by North Texas, Navy and Army.

Josh Carter

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2007-08 (Junior)

Position.....................Guard/Forward Height . .......................................6’7” Weight ................................. 200 lbs. Class ....................................... Sr-3L Hometown .................. Dallas, Texas High School ....... Lake Highlands HS Major ..................Community Health

Carter’s Career Highs

First-team all-district pick by the NABC...named honor- Points ..............................................26 vs. Nebraska, 2/10/07 able mention All-Big 12 for the second straight year... 26 vs. Idaho State, 11/25/06; 26 vs. BYU, 3/20/08 the most accurate career three-point shooter in A&M Rebounds . ..............................................10 vs. Texas, 2/7/07 10 vs. Baylor, 1/23/08; 10 vs. Texas, 1/30/08 history (.425)...with 222 career three-pointers, needs 11 to break school record (232 by Bernard King, 1999- Assists . ................................................9 vs. Tulane, 11/26/05 Steals . ...................................................3 vs. Lamar, 11/27/06 03)...led team in scoring with 12.2 points per game... Blocks . ..............................................3 vs. Nebraska, 2/10/07 ranks 25th in A&M history with 1,098 career points... 3-Point FG .........................................8 vs. Nebraska, 2/10/07 tied his career-high with 26 points in first-round NCAA 8 vs. Idaho State, 11/25/06 Tournament win against BYU, making a season-best 6-of-10 three-pointers...added 10 points in second round game against UCLA...scored 19 points with 10 rebounds in win against Texas (4-7 3-pt. FG), his third career double-double...led team with 17 points in win at Baylor, making 4-of-5 three-pointers...scored 17 points with 5 rebounds at Arizona...made 79-of-208 (.380) from three-point range... 16


had 15 points with a career-best 10 rebounds in five overtime loss to Baylor...scored a team-high 13 points in win at Oklahoma State...scored in double figures in a team-high 27 games...made 82.1 percent (69-of-84) from the free-throw line, the sixth best in school history and the best by an Aggie since Kenny Brown made .846 in 1985-86... made .842 from the line in league play, the best by an Aggie since Big 12 play began in 1996-97...scored 23 points with 5 rebounds in win against UTEP, making 4-of-7 three-pointers and 7-of-8 from the line.

National co-leader in three-point accuracy, making a school record 50.0 percent...also set school record for threepointers made in a season with 86... tied school record with eight three-pointers in a game three times...only player in the country to have three games with at least eight treys...earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors...two-time Big 12 player of the week...named National Player of the Week by The Sporting News...tied career-high with 26 points in win at Nebraska, making 8-of-11 three-pointers...scored 24 points with a career-high 10 rebounds in win against Texas, adding 5 assists...scored 11 points and made 3-of-6 three-pointers in win at Kansas...scored 19 points in win at Colorado, making 5-of-7 three-pointers, including a pair that broke the game open late in the second half... scored a career-high 26 points against Idaho State, tying the school mark with 8 three-pointers...also tied school record for three-point accuracy against Idaho State, making 8-of-10 (.800)...scored 24 against Grambling, making 8-of-13 three-pointers, including seven in the first half, which tied the Big 12 mark for one half...had 24 points, making 8-of-10 from the field and 4-of-5 from three-point range, against Fordham.

2005-06 (Freshman)

Established himself as one of the top scoring threats in the Big 12 as a true freshman, averaging 8.3 points per game and making 57 three-pointers...named team’s top newcomer at annual banquet...averaged 14.3 points and made a blazing 55.5 percent of his threes in postseason play...scored a career-high 25 points, making 6-of-10 three-pointers, against Texas in the Big 12 Tournament...added a career-best seven rebounds against the Longhorns...scored 20 points against Grambling State, setting a school record for three-point accuracy by making all five attempts...contributed 15 points in the win against Colorado at the Big 12 Tournament, making 4-of-5 threepointers...dished out a career-high nine assists against Tulane...was team’s top scorer off the bench 12 times... made 40.1 percent of his three-pointers, best among league freshmen.

Other

Led Athletes in Action in scoring in 2007 summer tour of Australia...led AIA to the title at the 2006 Williams Jones Cup in Taiwan, scoring 19 points with 14 rebounds against the host team in the finals...named to the all-state team as a senior after averaging 21.3 points, 6.9 rebounds, 4.9 assists and 2.3 steals per game...scored 35 points in a game against Richardson and added 17 rebounds against Plano West...named to the all-region and All-Greater Dallas teams as well as being named the district’s MVP...named city Player of the Year by the Richardson Morning News...averaged 12.3 points and 5.6 rebounds as a junior, earning second-team all-district honors...coached at Lake Highlands by Rob Wylie...also was recruited by Illinois, Notre Dame, Texas Tech and Washington State.

Personal

Joshua Neville Carter is the son of Cedric and Kamela Carter of Dallas...born Nov. 20, 1986 in Dallas...community health major...would someday like to coach, teach or go into business...favorite NBA team is the Los Angeles Lakers and his favorite player is Kobe Bryant...feared among teammates for his poker prowess...older brother Warren played at Illinois (2003-07), and another brother, Kevin, played at A&M-Commerce (2002-06).

Career Statistics |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 CAREER

GP-GS 31-5 34-34 36-36 101-75

Min--Avg 632 20.4 995 29.3 1041 28.9 2668 26.4

FG-FGA 84-196 130-264 146-347 360-807

Pct .429 .492 .421 .446

3FG-FGA 57-142 86-172 79-208 222-522

Pct .401 .500 .380 .425

FT-FTA 31-45 56-72 69-84 156-201

Career Big 12 Statistics 2006 2007 2008 CAREER

GP-GS 16-0 16-0 16-16 48-16

Min--Avg 312 19.5 505 31.6 500 31.3 1317 27.4

|---TOTAL---| FG-FGA Pct 37-102 .363 62-128 .484 58-156 .372 157-386 .407

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA Pct 25-72 .347 41-81 .506 32-89 .360 98-242 .405

FT-FTA 11-16 29-38 32-38 72-92

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|----REBOUNDS----| Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF .689 27 57 84 2.7 44 .778 29 107 136 4.0 68 .821 37 105 142 3.9 56 .776 93 269 362 3.6 188

FO 0 3 1 4

A 50 81 50 181

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 43 9 15 256 8.3 37 16 24 402 11.8 28 6 21 440 12.2 108 31 60 1098 10.9

|----REBOUNDS----| Pct Off Def Tot Avg .688 10 27 37 2.3 .763 17 61 78 4.9 .842 20 47 67 4.2 .783 47 135 182 3.8

FO 0 3 1 4

A 18 37 16 71

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 18 4 11 110 6.9 16 11 10 194 12.1 12 3 9 180 11.3 46 18 30 484 10.1

PF 16 39 32 87

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2007-08 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent Date MCNEESE STATE 11/09/07 ORAL ROBERTS 11/13/07 UTEP 11/14/07 OUACHITA BAPTIST 11/17/07 vs Washington 11/21/07 vs Ohio State 11/23/07 ALABAMA 11/28/07 at Arizona 12/2/07 TEXAS STATE 12/08/07 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF 12/16/07 DETROIT 12/19/07 UC IRVINE 12/22/07 FLORIDA A&M 12/29/07 RICE 12/31/07 LSU 01/05/08 COLORADO 01/12/08 at Texas Tech 01/16/08 at Kansas State 01/18/08 BAYLOR 01/23/08 at Oklahoma State 01/26/08 TEXAS 01/30/08 OKLAHOMA 02/02/08 at Iowa State 02/05/08 at Missouri 02/09/08 OKLAHOMA STATE 02/16/08 at Texas 02/18/08 NEBRASKA 02/23/08 TEXAS TECH 02/27/08 at Oklahoma 03/01/08 at Baylor 03/05/08 KANSAS 03/08/08 vs Iowa State 03/13/08 vs Kansas State 03/14/08 vs Kansas 03/15/08 vs Brigham Young 03/20/08 vs UCLA 03/22/08 Totals.........................

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| GS Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg * 26 4-8 .500 3-7 .429 3-4 .750 0 5 5 5.0 0 0 1 0 0 1 14 14.0 * 26 5-9 .556 2-4 .500 3-3 1.000 0 4 4 4.5 1 0 1 0 0 0 15 14.5 * 32 6-11 .545 4-7 .571 7-8 .875 3 2 5 4.7 2 0 2 2 0 0 23 17.3 * 18 3-6 .500 3-5 .600 3-3 1.000 0 2 2 4.0 2 0 1 1 0 0 12 16.0 * 24 2-11 .182 0-6 .000 1-2 .500 2 5 7 4.6 2 0 3 2 0 0 5 13.8 * 26 3-8 .375 2-6 .333 1-2 .500 1 4 5 4.7 1 0 1 2 0 2 9 13.0 * 30 4-8 .500 2-3 .667 3-4 .750 1 3 4 4.6 1 0 1 1 0 0 13 13.0 * 27 7-14 .500 3-8 .375 0-1 .000 2 3 5 4.6 2 0 3 1 0 0 17 13.5 * 20 3-7 .429 1-5 .200 5-6 .833 1 4 5 4.7 0 0 2 1 1 1 12 13.3 * 25 7-12 .583 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 0 4 4 4.6 1 0 1 0 0 0 16 13.6 * 24 4-7 .571 3-6 .500 0-1 .000 0 5 5 4.6 0 0 1 0 0 1 11 13.4 * 27 3-8 .375 2-5 .400 2-2 1.000 0 2 2 4.4 0 0 4 2 1 2 10 13.1 * 24 8-12 .667 4-7 .571 0-0 .000 1 1 2 4.2 2 0 3 1 0 2 20 13.6 * 30 5-14 .357 2-10 .200 4-4 1.000 1 0 1 4.0 2 0 2 0 0 1 16 13.8 * 26 4-9 .444 3-5 .600 2-2 1.000 0 5 5 4.1 1 0 3 1 0 1 13 13.7 * 33 3-6 .500 3-6 .500 2-2 1.000 0 1 1 3.9 2 0 5 1 0 0 11 13.6 * 32 4-11 .364 2-6 .333 1-2 .500 3 1 4 3.9 3 0 0 0 0 0 11 13.4 * 34 5-10 .500 2-5 .400 1-2 .500 0 1 1 3.7 0 0 2 0 0 0 13 13.4 * 57 5-18 .278 1-9 .111 4-4 1.000 3 7 10 4.1 0 0 2 2 1 0 15 13.5 * 32 5-12 .417 1-5 .200 2-2 1.000 1 4 5 4.1 4 0 2 2 0 2 13 13.5 * 29 5-11 .455 4-7 .571 5-6 .833 2 8 10 4.4 3 0 1 0 0 0 19 13.7 * 34 2-9 .222 1-6 .167 1-2 .500 1 3 4 4.4 0 0 2 1 0 2 6 13.4 * 31 4-8 .500 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 0 6 6 4.4 1 0 0 0 1 1 12 13.3 * 32 4-9 .444 3-8 .375 3-4 .750 1 1 2 4.3 1 0 0 0 0 0 14 13.3 * 28 3-8 .375 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 2 4 6 4.4 1 0 1 0 0 1 8 13.1 * 28 3-11 .273 1-5 .200 4-4 1.000 0 3 3 4.3 2 0 0 1 0 0 11 13.0 * 26 1-5 .200 0-2 .000 4-4 1.000 2 1 3 4.3 5 1 0 1 0 0 6 12.8 * 18 4-6 .667 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1 2 3 4.3 3 0 0 1 0 1 9 12.6 * 27 3-12 .250 2-7 .286 2-2 1.000 2 0 2 4.2 1 0 0 1 1 2 10 12.6 * 27 6-9 .667 4-5 .800 1-2 .500 2 4 6 4.2 3 0 1 1 0 0 17 12.7 * 32 1-11 .091 1-5 .200 2-2 1.000 0 1 1 4.1 3 0 0 1 0 0 5 12.5 * 27 1-6 .167 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 2 2 4 4.1 0 0 1 1 1 1 3 12.2 * 32 3-7 .429 1-4 .250 3-4 .750 0 1 1 4.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 12.1 * 30 2-10 .200 1-8 .125 0-0 .000 1 2 3 4.0 1 0 3 0 0 0 5 11.9 * 36 10-16 .625 6-10 .600 0-0 .000 1 4 5 4.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 26 12.3 * 31 4-8 .500 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 1 0 1 3.9 3 0 1 0 0 0 10 12.2 36 1041 146-347 .421 79-208 .380 69-84 .821 37 105 142 3.9 56 1 50 28 6 21 440 12.2

2006-07 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent PRAIRIE VIEW A&M LAMAR LOUISIANA TECH SAINT LOUIS IDAHO STATE ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK PACIFIC at LSU vs UCLA FORDHAM JACKSONVILLE at Auburn GRAMBLING STATE WINTHROP KANSAS STATE at Baylor at Colorado OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech OKLAHOMA IOWA STATE at Kansas TEXAS at Nebraska TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Oklahoma State BAYLOR

Date 11/10/06 11/17/06 11/18/06 11/19/06 11/25/06 11/27/06 12/02/06 12/05/06 12/09/06 12/12/06 12/16/06 12/22/06 12/28/06 01/02/07 01/06/07 01/09/07 01/13/07 01/20/07 01/24/07 01/27/07 01/31/07 02/03/07 02/05/07 02/10/07 02/13/07 02/17/07 02/21/07 02/24/07

GS Min * 22 * 23 * 32 * 26 * 31 * 19 * 26 * 22 * 28 * 25 * 23 * 34 * 25 * 34 * 35 * 20 * 23 * 40 * 30 * 33 * 29 * 31 * 33 * 40 * 33 * 26 * 39 * 31

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 3-7 .429 2-4 .500 1-2 .500 1 4 5 5.0 1 0 5-9 .556 2-5 .400 2-2 1.000 1 1 2 3.5 4 0 3-10 .300 1-5 .200 5-5 1.000 2 3 5 4.0 2 0 3-7 .429 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1 5 6 4.5 2 0 9-11 .818 8-10 .800 0-0 .000 0 3 3 4.2 1 0 3-7 .429 0-2 .000 5-6 .833 0 2 2 3.8 0 0 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 3.6 1 0 2-6 .333 0-2 .000 3-3 1.000 0 3 3 3.5 1 0 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0 1 1 3.2 2 0 8-10 .800 4-5 .800 4-4 1.000 1 3 4 3.3 1 0 6-10 .600 3-5 .600 1-2 .500 0 0 0 3.0 1 0 4-8 .500 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 0 2 2 2.9 1 0 8-14 .571 8-13 .615 0-0 .000 1 1 2 2.8 1 0 5-9 .556 5-9 .556 0-0 .000 0 3 3 2.9 0 0 3-8 .375 2-5 .400 3-3 1.000 1 6 7 3.1 2 0 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1 3 4 3.2 4 0 7-11 .636 5-7 .714 0-0 .000 0 1 1 3.1 5 1 2-9 .222 0-6 .000 4-4 1.000 1 6 7 3.3 1 0 0-4 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 1 3 4 3.3 5 1 3-6 .500 2-2 1.000 5-5 1.000 1 3 4 3.4 2 0 3-6 .500 3-4 .750 1-2 .500 1 2 3 3.3 1 0 3-7 .429 3-6 .500 2-2 1.000 1 2 3 3.3 2 0 9-17 .529 3-9 .333 3-8 .375 3 7 10 3.6 3 0 9-12 .750 8-11 .727 0-0 .000 0 5 5 3.7 0 0 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 2 3 5 3.7 3 0 1-5 .200 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0 1 1 3.6 0 0 3-11 .273 1-4 .250 3-4 .750 3 2 5 3.7 2 0 4-4 1.000 4-4 1.000 2-2 1.000 0 3 3 3.6 3 0

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A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 7 0 0 0 9 9.0 1 1 0 3 14 11.5 6 1 0 1 12 11.7 2 1 1 1 7 10.5 2 1 1 0 26 13.6 3 1 0 0 11 13.2 1 0 0 0 2 11.6 0 1 0 2 7 11.0 2 3 0 2 3 10.1 2 0 0 0 24 11.5 5 1 2 1 16 11.9 3 2 0 1 12 11.9 1 0 0 1 24 12.8 5 1 0 0 15 13.0 5 1 0 0 11 12.9 1 2 1 0 3 12.3 0 1 0 0 19 12.6 3 2 1 2 8 12.4 0 0 0 0 0 11.7 2 0 0 2 13 11.8 3 0 1 0 10 11.7 0 2 1 2 11 11.7 5 1 0 0 24 12.2 1 1 3 0 26 12.8 5 1 0 1 5 12.5 1 0 0 0 3 12.1 0 1 0 1 10 12.0 6 2 2 0 14 12.1


at Texas 02/28/07 MISSOURI 03/03/07 vs Oklahoma State 03/09/07 vs Penn 03/15/07 vs Louisville 03/17/07 vs Memphis 03/22/07 Totals.........................

* 32 6-11 * 30 7-12 * 40 4-9 * 31 1-7 * 17 1-2 * 32 1-4 34 995 130-264

.545 4-7 .583 3-6 .444 3-7 .143 1-6 .500 1-2 .250 1-3 .492 86-172

.571 1-1 .500 3-5 .429 3-6 .167 2-2 .500 0-0 .333 1-2 .500 56-72

1.000 0 7 7 .600 2 7 9 .500 1 4 5 1.000 1 5 6 .000 1 0 1 .500 2 4 6 .778 29 107 136

3.8 5 3.9 1 4.0 2 4.0 1 3.9 4 4.0 4 4.0 68

1 1 0 1 1 17 0 4 2 1 1 20 0 2 3 1 0 14 0 1 2 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 4 3 81 37 16 24 402

12.3 12.5 12.6 12.3 12.1 11.8 11.8

Opponent Date GS Min SOUTHERN 11/20/05 * 18 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STA 11/22/05 * 25 TULANE 11/26/05 * 16 PENN STATE 12/03/05 * 30 NORTH TEXAS 12/06/05 * 28 GRAMBLING STATE 12/10/05 29 SAVANNAH STATE 12/17/05 25 AUBURN 12/22/05 17 TEXAS SOUTHERN 12/27/05 14 NORTHWESTERN STATE 12/31/05 7 at Pacific 01/03/06 15 TEXAS TECH 01/07/06 20 at Oklahoma State 01/11/06 6 OKLAHOMA 01/14/06 27 at Kansas State 01/18/06 29 at Iowa State 01/21/06 23 KANSAS 01/25/06 21 BAYLOR 01/28/06 16 at Oklahoma 02/01/06 22 at Texas 02/04/06 34 COLORADO 02/08/06 10 OKLAHOMA STATE 02/11/06 11 at Baylor 02/18/06 32 at Missouri 02-21-06 16 NEBRASKA 02/25/06 11 TEXAS 03/01/06 18 at Texas Tech 03/04/06 16 vs Colorado 03/10/06 22 vs Texas 03/11/06 31 vs Syracuse 03/15/06 23 vs LSU 03/18/06 20 Totals......................... 5 632

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 0-4 .000 0-3 .000 1-2 .500 2 3 5 5.0 4 0 4-5 .800 4-4 1.000 3-3 1.000 0 0 0 2.5 2 0 0-3 .000 0-3 .000 5-7 .714 2 0 2 2.3 3 0 4-14 .286 4-13 .308 0-0 .000 1 3 4 2.8 2 0 2-8 .250 1-5 .200 4-5 .800 1 4 5 3.2 3 0 7-7 1.000 5-5 1.000 1-1 1.000 1 2 3 3.2 1 0 3-7 .429 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 2 1 3 3.1 3 0 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 2 0 2 3.0 0 0 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 2.9 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-3 .667 1 1 2 2.8 2 0 6-9 .667 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1 3 4 2.9 2 0 5-10 .500 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 1 1 2 2.8 2 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 2.7 0 0 2-8 .250 2-8 .250 0-0 .000 1 2 3 2.7 0 0 3-10 .300 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 3 2 5 2.9 2 0 3-8 .375 2-7 .286 3-5 .600 0 4 4 2.9 2 0 5-11 .455 4-9 .444 1-2 .500 2 4 6 3.1 3 0 2-6 .333 1-3 .333 4-4 1.000 2 0 2 3.1 0 0 2-2 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 2.9 0 0 2-10 .200 0-5 .000 2-3 .667 1 1 2 2.9 3 0 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.8 0 0 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0 1 1 2.7 1 0 5-9 .556 3-6 .500 1-2 .500 0 5 5 2.8 2 0 2-7 .286 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.7 0 0 0-4 .000 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 2.6 1 0 2-6 .333 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 0 2 2 2.6 0 0 2-5 .400 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 2.6 0 0 5-6 .833 4-5 .800 1-1 1.000 0 3 3 2.6 2 0 8-12 .667 6-10 .600 3-5 .600 3 4 7 2.7 3 0 3-9 .333 2-8 .250 0-0 .000 1 3 4 2.8 0 0 3-5 .600 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 0 1 1 2.7 1 0 84-196 .429 57-142 .401 31-45 .689 27 57

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 2 0 0 1 1.0 4 1 0 0 15 8.0 9 1 0 0 5 7.0 3 2 0 0 12 8.3 2 6 1 1 9 8.4 2 3 0 0 20 10.3 1 1 0 2 7 9.9 2 1 0 0 5 9.3 2 2 0 0 0 8.2 0 2 1 0 2 7.6 0 1 0 0 13 8.1 0 0 1 1 13 8.5 2 0 0 0 0 7.8 1 2 1 1 6 7.7 3 3 0 0 7 7.7 2 1 0 0 11 7.9 2 0 0 1 15 8.3 1 1 0 1 9 8.3 1 1 1 1 6 8.2 3 2 0 0 6 8.1 0 3 0 1 3 7.9 0 1 0 1 3 7.6 1 2 0 0 14 7.9 0 0 0 1 5 7.8 0 1 1 0 0 7.5 1 1 0 2 6 7.4 1 0 0 1 6 7.4 2 1 2 0 15 7.6 2 0 0 1 25 8.2 1 0 1 0 8 8.2 0 2 0 0 9 8.3

84 2.7 44 0 50 43

9 15 256 8.3

Chris Chapman

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Position................................... Guard Height . .....................................5’11” Weight ................................. 175 lbs. Class ........................................Jr-2L Hometown .............. Houston, Texas High School ................. Memorial HS Major .............................. Economics

2007-08 (Sophomore)

Played in three games (Ouachita Baptist, Texas State and UC Irvine) but did not score...handed out an assist against Texas State.

2006-07 (Freshman)

Played in seven games...saw action against Iowa State in Big 12 play...also played in road game at Auburn. 19

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2005-06 Game-By-Game Statistics


Other

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Earned all-district honors as a senior at Memorial High School after averaging 18.1 points per game...posted a career-high for 40 points...won several three-point shooting contests at summer camps...won free throw, dunk and three-point contest at 2000 Melvin Watkins Texas A&M Basketball Camp...recruited by Texas Lutheran, Washington & Lee, New York University and West Point.

Personal

Chris Alan Chapman is the son of Alan and the late Vanessa Chapman of Houston...born Dec. 22, 1986 in Houston...economics major...wants to become a sports agent...favorite NBA team is the Houston Rockets...favorite all-time NBA player is Reggie Miller.

Andrew Darko

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Position................................... Guard Height . .......................................6’0� Weight ................................. 170 lbs. Class .......................................So-1L Hometown ................ Conroe, Texas High School .....................Conroe HS Major ............ Construction Science

2007-08 (Freshman)

Played in five games, including three Big 12 contests...averaged 0.2 points per game...scored one point against Texas Tech and had one assist against Ouachita Baptist.

Before A&M

Two-time all-district and all-county selection at Conroe High School...averaged 18.1 points and 6.1 rebounds per game as a senior...scored a career-high 33 points against Galena Park as a junior...averaged 14.7 points as a junior....coached by Jim Stephens...recruited by Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Centenary.

Personal

Andrew Ezonle Darko is the son of Daniel and Sussie Darko of Conroe...born May 23, 1989 in South Africa... construction science major...favorite NBA player is Dwayne Wade...graduated summa cum laude from high school, ranking No. 9 in his class...member of National Honor Society.

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Bryan Davis

2007-08 (Sophomore)

Davis’s Career Highs

Named to Big 12 All-Reserve Team by media panel Points ................................................... 30 vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 that covers the league...set career highs in points (30) Rebounds . ........................................... 14 vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 and rebounds (14) in five overtime loss to Baylor, his Assists . ..........................................7 vs. Texas State, 12/8/07 Steals . ...................................................4 vs. Lamar, 11/17/06 first career double-double...scored 14 points with 11 Blocks . ............................................ 4 vs. Iowa State, 3/13/08 rebounds in win at Missouri...started in 10 straight Big 4 vs. Detroit, 12/19/07 12 games before coming off the bench in the last four regular-season games...started in all five postseason tournament games, averaging 11.2 points (.718 FG) and a team-best 5.6 rebounds...had 11 points and 7 rebounds in first-round NCAA win against BYU...scored 16 points with 7 rebounds against Kansas in Big 12 semifinals... started in 15 games and was the first player off the bench 19 times...was the team’s top scorer off the bench in 10 games...made both ends of a one-and-one with 3.9 seconds left to secure win at Oklahoma State...had a team-high 16 points (8-11 FG) with 7 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocks and 2 assists in win at Iowa State...scored 13 points with a team-high 8 rebounds against Oklahoma and completed a three-point play with :21 left to secure the win...tallied 13 points against Colorado, making 5-of-6 from the field...had 10 points with 4 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 blocks at Arizona...pulled down 9 rebounds in the opener against McNeese State and also against UAPB...had 9 points and 6 rebounds in NIT semifinal win against Washington...handed out a career-high 7 assists against Texas State... ranked third on the team in rebounding (4.9)...led team in steals (35) and ranked second in blocks (37)...had a career-high 4 blocked shots against Iowa State in the Big 12 tournament and against Detroit.

2006-07 (Freshman)

Appeared in 31 games...had two points against Penn in first round of NCAA Tournament and two against Memphis in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen...matched his career-high with 7 rebounds (4 offensive) in win at Oklahoma State... scored 8 points with 6 rebounds in win against Texas...posted four rebounds in double-overtime loss at Texas... scored 4 points with 4 boards in win at Kansas...led team off the bench with 6 points and 4 rebounds in just 6 minutes against Iowa State...scored 11 points against Lamar and added 4 rebounds, 3 blocks and 4 steals...posted a career-high 6 rebounds against Idaho State...scored 3 points with 4 rebounds at LSU...had 3 points with an offensive rebound and a blocked shot against Texas Tech in Lubbock...added 3 rebounds and a blocked shot in just six minutes against Oklahoma in College Station and hauled in 3 rebounds against the Sooners in Norman.

Other

Member of East Coast All-Stars team that toured Europe in summer of 2007...averaged 18.0 points, 15.5 rebounds, 3.4 blocks and 3.1 assists as a senior at Grand Prairie...earned all-state honors and was twice named the city’s defensive player of the year...scored 15 points for the victorious West team at Sonny Vaccaro’s 2006 Roundball Classic in Chicago...was a member of Team USA at the 2006 Global Games...played for the bronze-medal winning Red team at the 2005 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival...was ranked as the 47th best prospect in the country by Rivals.com and was ranked as high as No. 2 in the state by Texas Hoops...averaged 16.0 points and 12.2 rebounds as a junior and was selected as the Metroplex Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore...posted career highs of 37 points and a whopping 32 rebounds as a senior...also recruited by Connecticut, North Carolina, Texas, Kansas and Baylor.

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Position............................... Forward Height . .......................................6’9” Weight ................................. 240 lbs. Class ........................................Jr-2L Hometown .................. Dallas, Texas High School .......... Grand Prairie HS Major ......... Agricultural Leadership


Personal

Players

Bryan Keith Davis is the son of Benita Davis...born Dec. 31, 1986 in Galveston...agricultural leadership major... favorite NBA team is the Dallas Mavericks and his favorite player is Tim Duncan...was coached at Grand Prairie by his uncle, Barry Davis, who is a member of the A&M Athletics Hall of Fame and is now A&M’s Director of StudentAthlete Development for Men’s Basketball.

Career Statistics 2006-07 2007-08 CAREER

GP-GS 31-0 36-15 67-15

Min--Avg 220 7.1 820 22.8 1040 15.5

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO 22-54 .407 0-0 .000 16-22 .727 30 50 80 2.6 41 0 10 26 117-220 .532 1-2 .500 78-130 .600 57 121 178 4.9 95 3 46 72 139-274 .507 1-2 .500 92-152 .605 87 71 258 3.9 136 3 56 98

Blk 13 37 50

Stl Pts Avg 11 60 1.9 35 313 8.7 46 373 5.6

Career Big 12 Statistics 2007 2008 CAREER

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 15-0 91 6.1 8-25 .320 0-0 .000 9-10 .900 17 20 37 2.5 15 0 1 9 7 2 25 16-10 384 24.0 52-102 .510 0-1 .000 45-68 .662 28 55 83 5.2 47 3 12 36 10 21 149 31-10 475 15.3 60-127 .472 0-1 .000 54-78 .692 45 75 120 3.9 62 3 13 45 17 3 174

Avg 1.7 9.3 5.6

2007-08 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington vs Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs Iowa State vs Kansas State vs Kansas vs Brigham Young vs UCLA

Date 11/09/07 11/13/07 11/14/07 11/17/07 11/21/07 11/23/07 11/28/07 12/02/07 12/08/07 12/16/07 12/19/07 12/22/07 12/29/07 12/31/07 01/05/08 01/12/08 01/16/08 01/18/08 01/23/08 01/26/08 01/30/08 02/02/08 02/05/08 02/09/08 02/16/08 02/18/08 02/23/08 02/27/08 03/01/08 03/05/08 03/08/08 03/13/08 03/14/08 03/15/08 03/20/08 03/22/08

GS Min 26 14 28 13 23 19 27 29 18 16 22 18 17 21 14 18 19 * 16 * 45 * 26 * 24 * 24 * 29 * 24 * 25 * 27 * 32 17 11 22 25 * 26 * 20 * 31 * 28 * 26

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 2 7 9 9.0 0 0 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0 4 4 6.5 4 0 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0 4 4 5.7 2 0 6-9 .667 0-0 .000 3-5 .600 3 3 6 5.8 1 0 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 3 3 6 5.8 1 0 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 0 2 2 5.2 2 0 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 1 5 6 5.3 3 0 4-11 .364 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 3 1 4 5.1 4 0 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0 2 2 4.8 1 0 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 2 7 9 5.2 3 0 5-8 .625 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 5 5 5.2 3 0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 4.8 3 0 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 5-7 .714 2 2 4 4.7 1 0 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 1 2 3 4.6 2 0 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 2 1 3 4.5 3 0 5-6 .833 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 2 1 3 4.4 0 0 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 4-5 .800 0 6 6 4.5 4 0 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 1 0 1 4.3 5 1 9-16 .563 0-0 .000 12-19 .632 7 7 14 4.8 4 0 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0 2 2 4.7 3 0 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 1 4 5 4.7 3 0 5-8 .625 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 2 6 8 4.8 4 0 8-11 .727 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 7 7 4.9 1 0 5-12 .417 0-0 .000 4-8 .500 3 8 11 5.2 3 0 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 1 1 2 5.0 2 0 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 2 3 5 5.0 4 0 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3 3 6 5.1 1 0 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 3-4 .750 3 1 4 5.0 1 0 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2 1 3 5.0 5 1 2-9 .222 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 1 2 4.9 2 0 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 0 4 4 4.8 5 1 4-5 .800 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 1 5 6 4.9 4 0 5-8 .625 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 2 2 4 4.8 4 0 5-7 .714 1-1 1.000 5-9 .556 4 3 7 4.9 1 0 5-7 .714 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 1 6 7 5.0 4 0 4-5 .800 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2 2 4 4.9 2 0

Totals......................... 15 820 117-220 .532

1-2

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 4 0 2 2 8 8.0 0 1 1 0 2 5.0 2 2 0 1 6 5.3 0 2 1 0 15 7.8 2 2 1 1 9 8.0 0 1 2 1 5 7.5 1 1 3 2 8 7.6 5 3 2 1 10 7.9 7 2 1 0 4 7.4 1 2 2 2 7 7.4 0 3 4 1 10 7.6 4 1 2 0 2 7.2 0 2 0 0 13 7.6 1 3 1 2 3 7.3 1 2 1 0 6 7.2 1 2 1 1 13 7.6 0 3 1 0 6 7.5 1 3 0 3 4 7.3 1 2 1 0 30 8.5 1 3 0 1 6 8.4 2 1 1 1 9 8.4 0 2 1 2 13 8.6 2 2 2 3 16 8.9 1 1 0 0 14 9.1 1 1 0 1 7 9.0 0 2 1 1 8 9.0 1 2 0 3 8 9.0 0 1 2 1 5 8.8 0 4 0 1 2 8.6 0 2 0 1 4 8.4 1 5 0 2 4 8.3 1 1 4 0 10 8.3 1 0 0 0 11 8.4 0 2 0 0 16 8.6 3 4 0 1 11 8.7 1 2 0 0 8 8.7

.500 78-130 .600 57 121 178 4.9 95 3 46 72 37 35 313 8.7

2006-07 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent PRAIRIE VIEW A&M LAMAR LOUISIANA TECH

Date GS Min 11/10/06 8 11/17/06 19 11/18/06 14

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 1 2 3 3.0 4 0 4-8 .500 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 1 3 4 3.5 3 0 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 3 3 3.3 1 0

22

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 0 1 0 7 7.0 2 3 3 4 11 9.0 0 1 0 0 2 6.7


11/19/06 11/25/06 11/27/06 12/02/06 12/05/06 12/09/06 12/12/06 12/16/06 12/22/06 12/28/06 01/06/07 01/09/07 01/20/07 01/24/07 01/27/07 01/31/07 02/03/07 02/05/07 02/10/07 02/13/07 02/17/07 02/21/07 02/24/07 02/28/07 03/03/07 03/15/07 03/17/07 03/22/07

14 22 7 0 10 3 1 7 2 8 4 1 0 3 6 6 12 14 6 6 10 8 3 10 2 4 3 7

Totals......................... 0 220

0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 1-5 2-3 2-6 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-3 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1

.000 1.000 .000 .000 .250 .000 .000 .333 .000 .250 1.000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .200 .667 .333 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 1.000

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 3 0 1 0 1

4 5 3 0 3 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 0 2 2 3 5 1 0 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 0

22-54

.407

0-0

.000 16-22 .727 30 50

5 6 3 0 4 1 0 3 1 7 1 0 0 1 3 4 4 6 2 1 3 7 1 4 0 2 0 1

3.8 4.2 4.0 3.4 3.5 3.2 2.9 2.9 2.8 3.1 2.9 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.7 2.9 2.8 2.9 2.8 2.7 2.6 2.6

3 4 1 1 3 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

4 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

80 2.6 41 0 10 26 13 11

0 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 2 2 0 0 3 0 6 4 8 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2

5.0 4.6 3.8 3.3 3.3 2.9 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.2 2.1 2.1 2.0 2.2 2.3 2.6 2.5 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.9

60 1.9

Chinemelu Elonu

41

2007-08 (Sophomore)

Pronunciation........ chin-uh-muh-LOO ee-LON-ooh Position....................Forward/Center Height . .....................................6’10” Weight ................................. 235 lbs. Class ........................................Jr-2L Hometown .............. Houston, Texas High School ..................... Alief Elsik Major ......... Agricultural Leadership

Elonu’s Career Highs

Second-team Academic All-Big 12 pick...played in Points ................................12 vs. Prairie View A&M, 11/10/06 34 games, averaging 2.7 points and 3.0 rebounds Rebounds . ........................... 9 vs. Ouachita Baptist, 11/17/07 per game...averaged 4.0 points and 5.3 rebounds in 9 vs. Florida A&M, 12/29/07 Big 12 tournament...scored 5 points with 4 rebounds Assists . ...................................................2 vs. two opponents Steals . .................................. 2 vs. Grambling State, 12/28/06 against Kansas in Big 12 semifinals...had a team-high Blocks . ..............................................3 vs. Alabama, 11/28/07 7 rebounds against Kansas State in quarterfinals... posted a pair of blocks against both Iowa State and Kansas State at Big 12 Tournament...led team in rebounding in four games...came off the bench to scored 5 points with 4 key rebounds in win against Texas...tallied a season-high 10 points with 5 rebounds on 4-of-5 shooting against Texas State..had 8 points with a team-high 6 rebounds vs. LSU...scored 7 points against Oral Roberts... posted a career-high 9 rebounds against Ouachita Baptist, including 5 offensive boards...scored 6 points with 4 rebounds and a career-high 3 blocks against Alabama...had 5 points and made 3-of-3 from the free throw line at Arizona...scored 6 points and led team with 7 rebounds against UC Irvine...led team and tied career-best with 9 boards vs. Florida A&M...had 5 points and 8 rebounds against Rice...ranked fourth on team in offensive rebounds (34)...added 16 blocked shots.

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Players

SAINT LOUIS IDAHO STATE ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK PACIFIC at LSU vs UCLA FORDHAM JACKSONVILLE at Auburn GRAMBLING STATE KANSAS STATE at Baylor OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech OKLAHOMA IOWA STATE at Kansas TEXAS at Nebraska TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Oklahoma State BAYLOR at Texas MISSOURI vs Penn vs Louisville vs Memphis


Players

2006-07 (Redshirt Freshman)

Appeared in 22 games, including brief apperances in all three NCAA Tournament games...grabbed offensive rebound on intentional free throw miss by Acie Law at end of second overtime against Texas, but missed putback at buzzer that would have tied game...posted a career-high 8 rebounds against Jacksonville and added 4 points and 2 blocked shots...scored 8 points with 7 rebounds and 2 blocks against Grambling...had six points with two rebounds at Auburn, making 3-of-3 from the field...scored a career-high 12 points in his debut against Prairie View A&M, making 5-of-6 shots...became a fan favorite for his spectacular dunks and blocked shots...posted 4 rebounds against Prairie View A&M and Lamar...had 3 rebounds in just eight minutes against Fordham...hauled in 4 rebounds in just seven minutes against Iowa State.

Other

Had an outstanding summer playing in the Houston recreation leagues...averaged 15.0 points per game as a senior at Alief Elsik...helped team to a 33-5 record and posted career highs of 21 points and 20 rebounds...as a junior, averaged 5.6 points and 4.5 rebounds a game and in the first round of the state playoffs scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds...was a member of the Houston Swoosh summer team that won the 2004 Great American Shootout Gold Division title...also was recruited by Texas, Connecticut, Georgia Tech, New Mexico State and Massachusetts.

Personal

Chinemelu D. Elonu, Jr., nicknamed “Junior,” is the son of Dozie and Amaka Elonu of Houston...born March 11, 1987 in Nigeria...agricultural leadership major...would like to work with computers or become a coach...favorite NBA team is the Houston Rockets and his favorite player is Amare Stoudamire.

Career Statistics |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| 2006-07 2007-08 CAREER

GP-GS 22-0 34-0 6-0

Min--Avg 112 5.1 317 9.3 429 6.5

|----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 15-23 .652 0-0 .000 7-18 .389 17 23 40 1.8 35-66 .530 0-0 .000 21-41 .512 34 69 103 3.0 50-89 .562 0-0 .000 28-59 .475 51 92 143 2.2

PF 20 42 62

FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 4 9 9 3 37 1.7 0 6 29 16 3 91 2.7 1 10 38 25 6 128 1.9

Career Big 12 Statistics |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| 2007 2008 CAREER

|----REBOUNDS----| GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 10-0 12 1.2 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 3 3 6 0.6 4 0 14-0 77 5.5 4-10 .400 0-0 .000 3-8 .375 6 14 20 1.4 11 0 24-0 89 3.7 4-13 .308 0-0 .000 4-10 .400 9 17 26 1.1 15 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 1 1 0 1 0.1 0 11 1 1 11 0.8 0 12 2 1 12 0.5

2007-08 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington vs Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State OKLAHOMA STATE

Date GS Min 11/09/07 12 11/13/07 12 11/14/07 3 11/17/07 18 11/21/07 2 11/23/07 3 11/28/07 17 12/02/07 10 12/08/07 12 12/16/07 15 12/19/07 15 12/22/07 15 12/29/07 11 12/31/07 10 01/05/08 14 01/12/08 7 01/16/08 5 01/18/08 4 01/23/08 12 01/26/08 6 01/30/08 12 02/02/08 7 02/05/08 2 02/16/08 3

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0 2 2 2.0 1 0 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 2 1 3 2.5 2 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.7 0 0 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 5 4 9 3.5 3 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.8 1 0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 2.7 3 0 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 1 3 4 2.9 2 0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 3-3 1.000 0 1 1 2.6 0 0 4-5 .800 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 3 2 5 2.9 0 0 3-3 1.000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0 4 4 3.0 1 0 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 2 2 4 3.1 1 0 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 1 6 7 3.4 1 0 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 5 4 9 3.8 2 0 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 3 5 8 4.1 0 0 4-5 .800 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3 3 6 4.3 2 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 2 3 4.2 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 4.0 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0 2 2 3.9 1 0 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 1 2 3 3.8 1 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 3.7 0 0 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 1 3 4 3.7 1 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 3.5 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 3.4 3 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 1 1 2 3.3 0 0

24

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 3 0 0 2 2.0 0 1 0 0 7 4.5 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 1 2 0 0 4 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 2.6 0 1 1 0 2 2.5 0 2 3 0 6 3.0 1 0 0 0 5 3.3 0 1 1 0 10 4.0 0 3 1 0 7 4.3 2 0 2 1 2 4.1 0 1 0 0 6 4.3 0 1 1 0 4 4.2 0 0 0 0 5 4.3 1 0 2 0 8 4.5 0 1 0 0 0 4.3 0 2 0 1 0 4.0 0 0 0 0 1 3.8 0 0 1 0 2 3.7 0 1 0 0 0 3.6 0 2 0 0 5 3.6 0 2 0 0 0 3.5 0 0 0 0 0 3.3 0 0 0 0 1 3.2


02/18/08 02/27/08 03/01/08 03/05/08 03/08/08 03/13/08 03/14/08 03/15/08 03/20/08 03/22/08

2 9 0 7 1 19 18 15 13 6

Totals......................... 0 317

0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-3 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-2

.000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .667 1.000 1.000 .000 .000

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .500 .000 .000

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1

0 1 0 1 0 5 7 2 1 1

0 2 0 2 0 5 7 4 1 2

3.2 3.2 3.0 3.0 2.9 3.0 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.0

1 1 0 1 0 4 4 0 3 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

35-66

.530

0-0

.000 21-41 .512 34 69 103 3.0 42 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

6 29 16

3

0 2 0 0 0 4 3 5 0 0

3.1 3.0 2.9 2.8 2.7 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.7

91 2.7

2006-07 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent PRAIRIE VIEW A&M LAMAR SAINT LOUIS ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK PACIFIC vs UCLA FORDHAM JACKSONVILLE at Auburn GRAMBLING STATE KANSAS STATE at Colorado OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech IOWA STATE at Kansas TEXAS at Oklahoma State at Texas MISSOURI vs Penn vs Louisville

Date GS Min 11/10/06 11 11/17/06 10 11/19/06 5 11/27/06 12 12/02/06 13 12/09/06 0 12/12/06 8 12/16/06 11 12/22/06 15 12/28/06 15 01/06/07 0 01/13/07 0 01/20/07 1 01/24/07 0 01/31/07 7 02/03/07 0 02/05/07 0 02/21/07 2 02/28/07 1 03/03/07 1 03/15/07 0 03/17/07 0

Totals......................... 0 112

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 5-6 .833 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 3 1 4 4.0 2 0 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 3 4 4.0 1 0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0 0 0 2.7 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 1 2 3 2.8 5 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2 0 2 2.6 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.2 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0 3 3 2.3 1 0 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2 6 8 3.0 1 0 3-3 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 1 2 2.9 2 0 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 4 3 7 3.3 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 3.0 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 0 1 2.8 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.6 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.4 0 0 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 3 4 2.5 2 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.4 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.2 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.1 0 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 0 1 2.1 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.9 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.8 0 0 15-23

.652

0-0

.000

7-18 .389 17 23

40 1.8 20 1

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 0 1 0 12 12.0 0 0 1 0 2 7.0 2 0 1 0 2 5.3 1 2 0 1 2 4.5 0 0 1 0 0 3.6 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 0 1 0 0 0 2.6 0 3 2 0 4 2.8 0 0 1 0 6 3.1 1 2 1 2 8 3.6 0 0 0 0 0 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 2.8 0 0 0 0 0 2.6 0 0 1 0 0 2.4 0 0 0 0 0 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 0 1 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1.9 0 0 0 0 1 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 1.8 0 0 0 0 0 1.7 4

9

9

3

37 1.7

Bryson Graham

5

Position................................... Guard Height . .......................................6’3” Weight ................................. 195 lbs. Class ....................................... Sr-2L Hometown ........ San Antonio, Texas High School .................... Reagan HS Junior College............ Lon Morris JC Major ....Human Resource Development

2007-08 (Junior)

Played in 14 games while still bouncing back from knee injury suffered in 2006-07...appeared in four Big 12 games and saw action against Iowa State in the Big 12 Tournament...averaged 0.6 points and 0.1 rebounds...scored 3 points against Texas Tech and Detroit...also scored against Texas State and Quachita Baptist...connected on a three-pointer against Detroit...made 4-of-6 free throws.

2006-07 (Sophomore)

Saw limited action because of knee injury...played in 10 games, averaging 1.4 points per game...made 50.0 percent (4-of-8) from three-point range...appeared in two Big 12 games...scored a career-high 5 points against Idaho State... scored 3 against Lamar, Fordham and in win against Texas. 25

Players

at Texas TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs Iowa State vs Kansas State vs Kansas vs Brigham Young vs UCLA


Players

Other

Earned first-team all-conference honors as a sophomore at Lon Morris JC...averaged 15.5 points and 2.7 threepointers per game, leading the team to a 22-7 record...made seven three-pointer field goals against Angelina, finishing with a career-high 31 points...averaged 17.3 points in conference play...ranked among the top 100 junior college players in the country by JUCO Junction...earned all-state honors after averaging 19.1 points and 7.2 rebounds as a prep senior...led team to the city championship and regional semifinals...scored a career-best of 35 points against Midland as a prep junior (Warren High)....played at Maine Central Institute in 2004-05, averaging 15.3 points...also was recruited by Texas Tech, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Miami, UTEP and Colorado State.

Personal

Bryson Brashawn Graham is the son of Keith and Denetrice Graham of San Antonio...born Oct. 3, 1986 in San Antonio...human resource development major...would like to someday be a television broadcaster covering college or pro basketball...favorite NBA team is the San Antonio Spurs and his favorite player is Allen Iverson.

Career Statistics 2006-07 2007-08 CAREER

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 10-0 28 2.8 5-10 .500 4-8 .500 0-0 .000 0 2 2 1.8 4 0 14-0 27 1.9 2-8 .250 1-6 .167 4-6 .667 0 1 1 0.1 7 0 24-0 55 2.3 7-18 .389 5-14 .357 4-6 .667 0 3 3 0.2 11 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 3 0 0 14 1.4 0 5 0 0 9 0.6 1 8 0 0 23 1.0

Career Big 12 Statistics 2007 2008 CAREER

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 2-0 1 0.5 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 4-0 4 1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 0 1 1 0.3 1 0 6-0 5 0.8 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 3-4 .750 0 1 1 0.2 1 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 0 0 0 3 1.5 0 0 0 0 3 0.8 0 0 0 0 6 1.0

2007-08 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Ohio State TEXAS STATE DETROIT UC IRVINE RICE LSU at Kansas State at Iowa State TEXAS TECH KANSAS vs Iowa State

Date GS Min 11/09/07 2 11/13/07 1 11/17/07 5 11/23/07 3 12/08/07 1 12/19/07 3 12/22/07 3 12/31/07 3 01/05/08 2 01/18/08 1 02/05/08 1 02/27/08 2 03/08/08 0 03/13/08 0

Totals......................... 0

27

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 0 1 1 0.1 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 2-8

.250

1-6

.167

4-6

.667

0

1

1 0.1

7 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0.7 0 3 0 0 0 0.5 0 0 0 0 1 0.6 0 0 0 0 3 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.9 0 1 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 0 0 0 0.6 0 0 0 0 0 0.5 0 0 0 0 3 0.8 0 0 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 0 0 0 0.6 0

5

0

0

9 0.6

2006-07 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent LAMAR LOUISIANA TECH IDAHO STATE ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK PACIFIC FORDHAM JACKSONVILLE at Auburn IOWA STATE TEXAS

Date GS Min 11/17/06 8 11/18/06 1 11/25/06 5 11/27/06 4 12/02/06 0 12/12/06 4 12/16/06 3 12/22/06 1 01/31/07 1 02/05/07 1

Totals......................... 0

28

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2-2 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 0.3 1 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.3 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 0.3 1 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.3 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.3 0 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 5-10

.500

4-8

.500

26

0-0

.000

0

2

2 0.2

4 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 1 0 0 3 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 1.5 0 1 0 0 5 2.7 0 1 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1.6 1 0 0 0 3 1.8 0 0 0 0 0 1.6 0 0 0 0 0 1.4 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 0 0 0 0 3 1.4 1

3

0

0

14 1.4


Dash Harris

Before A&M

Rated as the No. 40 prep prospect in the country by Bob Gibbons and No. 70 by ESPN.com...ranked among nation’s top five points guards by Gibbons...averaged 18.1 points, 7.0 assist and 4.1 steals as a senior, earning first-team all-state honors in Florida...rated as the No. 2 player in Florida by Breakdown magazine...named to Nike All-American Team...selected as Lake County’s player of the year...second-team all-state pick as a junior after averaging 12.9 points, 10.1 assists and 3.9 steals in leading team to prep national title...had the first triple-double in Montverde’s storied history with 28 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists...set school record for season assists with 300 as a junior......coached at Monteverde by Kevin Sutton, who rates him among the top five points guards he’s coached along with Randolph Childress (Wake Forest), Cory Alexander (Virginia), Cameron Dollar (UCLA) and Ty Lawson (North Carolina)...also recruited by Kentucky, Indiana, USC, Cincinnati and California.

Personal

Dashan Karon Harris the son of Dashan and Cornella Harris of Los Angeles...born Sept. 30, 1989 in New Orleans... general studies major...honor student...favorite NBA team is the New Orleans Hornets and favorite players are Chris Paul and Baron Davis, a personal friend and mentor.

B.J. Holmes

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2007-08 (Freshman)

Position................................... Guard Height . .......................................6’0” Weight ................................. 175 lbs. Class .......................................So-1L Hometown .............. Houston, Texas High School ..................Hastings HS Major ......... Agricultural Leadership

Holmes’ Career Highs

Appeared in 29 games as a true freshman, including Points .............................................9 vs. Texas State, 12/8/07 13 in Big 12 play...averaged 2.0 points and 0.5 asRebounds . .....................................5 vs. Texas State, 12/8/07 sists per game...made .400 (14-35) from three-point Assists . ........................................2 vs.Florida A&M, 12/29/07 2 vs. Texas Tech, 2/27/08 range...made 7-of-14 treys (.500) in Big 12 play...hit Steals . ...................................................1 vs. eight opponents three-pointer at the end of the first half to hand A&M 3-Point FGs .............................................2 vs. five opponents a 38-33 halftime lead against Iowa State in the Big 12 tournament...missed Kansas State game in January with a sprained ankle suffered against Texas Tech, but came back to score 6 points against Baylor, making 2-of-5 three-pointers...made 2-of-2 treys in win at Oklahoma State, including one at the end of the first half that handed A&M the halftime lead...scored 6 points in win against Texas Tech (2-of-3 3-Pt. FG)...made a key three-pointer against 27

Players

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Position................................... Guard Height . .......................................6’1” Weight ................................. 175 lbs. Class ....................................... Fr-Hs Hometown ..........Los Angeles, Calif. High School....Monteverde (Fla.) Academy Major ......................General Studies


Washington to spark game-clinching scoring run...scored a career-high 9 points with a career-best 5 rebounds against Texas State, making 2-of-3 three-pointers...scored 8 points, making 2-of-2 from three-point range, against Detroit.

Players

Before A&M

Rated as the No. 50 prospect in the country by Hoop Scoop...averaged 17.1 points, 4.6 rebounds, 7.0 assist and 4.7 steals per game as a senior...also made 78 percent from the free-throw line and an impressive 50.0 percent (60-of-120) from three-point range...named district’s most valuable player three straight years...second-team All-Greater Houston selection by the Houston Chronicle...three-time all-state and all-region selection...set career records at Hastings High School for points, assists and steals...scored a career-high of 42 points...rated among the top 20 players in Texas by Rivals.com...led South to victory at 2007 THSCA All-Star Game, scoring 12 points with 7 assists...played for Team USA at 2007 Global Games in Dallas...coached at Hastings High School by Johnny Carter...also recruited by Charlotte, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Kentucky, Miami (Fla.), Texas and Georgetown.

Personal

Bryan James Holmes the son of Bennie and Teveta Holmes of Houston...born March 6, 1988 in Houston...agricultural leadership major...favorite NBA team is the Phoenix Suns and favorite player is LeBron James...enjoys singing and playing the piano.

Career Statistics 2007-08 CAREER

|---TOTAL---| GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 29-0 180 6.2 20-49 .408 29-0 180 6.2 20-49 .408

|---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 14-35 .400 5-10 .500 3 19 22 0.8 19 0 14 13 0 8 59 2.0 14-35 .400 5-10 .500 3 19 22 0.8 19 0 14 13 0 8 59 2.0

Career Big 12 Statistics 2008 CAREER

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 13-0 58 4.5 8-18 .444 7-14 .500 0-2 .000 1 4 5 0.4 9 0 13-0 58 4.5 8-18 .444 7-14 .500 0-2 .000 1 4 5 0.4 9 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 4 4 0 2 23 1.8 4 4 0 2 23 1.8

2007-08 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington vs Ohio State ALABAMA TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU at Texas Tech BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma KANSAS vs Iowa State vs Kansas State vs Kansas

Date GS Min 11/09/07 5 11/13/07 6 11/17/07 15 11/21/07 7 11/23/07 4 11/28/07 3 12/08/07 16 12/16/07 13 12/19/07 12 12/22/07 7 12/29/07 9 12/31/07 4 01/05/08 6 01/16/08 4 01/23/08 8 01/26/08 2 01/30/08 3 02/02/08 6 02/05/08 7 02/09/08 8 02/16/08 2 02/18/08 2 02/23/08 1 02/27/08 13 03/01/08 2 03/08/08 0 03/13/08 8 03/14/08 2 03/15/08 5

Totals......................... 0 180

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 2-6 .333 1-3 .333 2-4 .500 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0 1 1 0.3 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.2 1 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 3-4 .750 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 1 4 5 0.9 1 0 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 3 3 1.1 0 0 3-3 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1 1 2 1.2 2 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 0 2 2 1.2 1 0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.2 0 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 2-5 .400 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 1 0 1 1.0 4 0 2-2 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.9 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.9 0 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 0.8 0 0 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 0.9 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 2-3 .667 2-3 .667 0-2 .000 0 2 2 0.8 2 0 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 0.7 0 0 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 0.8 0 0 20-49

.408 14-35

.400

28

5-10 .500

3 19

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 0 0 1 2 2.0 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 1 7 3.0 1 1 0 1 3 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 2.4 1 1 0 1 0 2.0 1 0 0 1 9 3.0 0 1 0 0 0 2.6 0 1 0 0 8 3.2 0 1 0 0 0 2.9 2 1 0 1 2 2.8 1 0 0 0 2 2.8 1 1 0 0 0 2.5 0 0 0 1 3 2.6 1 2 0 0 6 2.8 0 0 0 0 6 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 2.8 0 0 0 0 0 2.7 1 0 0 0 0 2.5 0 1 0 1 2 2.5 0 0 0 0 0 2.4 0 0 0 0 0 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 2 1 0 0 6 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 0 0 0 0 3 2.2 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 0 1 0 0 0 2.0

22 0.8 19 0 14 13

0

8

59 2.0


Derrek Lewis

2007-08 (Freshman)

Played in nine games, including three Big 12 contests...averaged 0.7 points and 0.8 rebounds...came on strong late in season, playing 17 minutes against Texas Tech and 12 at Oklahoma...scored 3 points on a three-pointer and added 3 rebounds and 2 assists against Red Raiders...also scored 3 points against Ouachita Baptist on a three-pointer.

Before A&M

Second-team all-state pick in Oklahoma after averaging 14.7 points, 4.7 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 2.4 steals as a senior...led team to a 26-1 record and Class 6A state semifinals...made 40 percent from three-point range and 77 percent from the free throw line...two-time all-metro first-team selection...led Cascia Hall High School to a runner-up finish at state in 2006...had career-high 33 points against Muskogee in 2006...played with the AAU Tulsa Titans... coached at Union by Rudy Garcia...also recruited by Missouri, Tulsa, TCU, Oral Roberts and Missouri State.

Personal

Derrek Laron Lewis II is the son of Derrek and Lana Lewis of Tulsa...born Jan. 3, 1989 in Tulsa...general studies major...wants to become a physical therapist...favorite NBA team is the Phoenix Suns and favorite player is Steve Nash...enjoys playing poker and briefly played the clarinet.

David Loubeau

10

Pronunciation......................... luh-BO Position............................... Forward Height . .......................................6’9” Weight ................................. 215 lbs. Class ....................................... Fr-Hs Hometown ...................... Miami, Fla. High School .............. Westlake Prep Major ......................General Studies

Before A&M

Rated as a four-star recruit by Scout.com and No. 61 nationally by ESPN.com....ranked as the No. 4 prospect in Florida by Breakdown magazine...two-time first-team all-state pick...averaged 29 points and 17 rebounds as a senior after averaging 31 points and 19 rebounds as a junior...posted career highs of 55 points and 23 rebounds... led AAU team, Team Breakdown, to the 2007 AAU national title..named MVP for the 16-and-under class at the 2006 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions...coached by Johnny Flemming...also recruited by Duke, Florida, Connecticut, Wake Forest, Georgetown, Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech and Florida State.

Personal

David Loubeau is the son of Jean Loubeau and Marie Baptiste of Plantation, Fla...born Nov. 25, 1989 in Spring Valley, N.Y....general studies major...wants to become a sports agent...favorite NBA team is the New York Knicks and favorite player is Kevin Garnett. 29

Players

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Position................................... Guard Height . .......................................6’5” Weight ................................. 195 lbs. Class .......................................So-1L Hometown .....................Tulsa, Okla. High School .......................Union HS Major ......................General Studies


Derrick Roland Players

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2007-08 (Sophomore)

Position................................... Guard Height . .......................................6’4” Weight ................................. 185 lbs. Class ........................................Jr-2L Hometown .................. Dallas, Texas High School ............... Seagoville HS Major ......... Agricultural Leadership

Roland’s Career Highs

Emerged as one of the Big 12's top defensive playPoints ...........................................15 vs. Ohio State, 11/23/07 ers...scored 7 points against both Kansas and Kansas Rebounds . ........................................7 vs. Alabama, 11/28/07 State in the Big 12 tournament...limited late in seaAssists . .................................................5 vs. Lamar, 11/17/06 Steals . ................................................3 vs. Colorado, 1/12/07 son by shoulder injury...scored a team-high 13 points 3-Point FGs ....................................3 vs. Ohio State, 11/23/07 against Nebraska (3-5 3-pt. FG) and followed with 11 3 vs. Nebraska, 2/23/08 in win against Texas Tech...posted career-highs in scoring in five of first six games...was the top scorer off the bench in 7 games...was the first man off the bench in 19 games...had a career-high 15 points against Ohio State in the NIT finals, making 3-of-4 three-pointers...had 6 points and pulled down a career-high 7 rebounds against Alabama...tallied 12 points against UAPB...scored 9 points (2-5 3-Pt. FG) in win at Iowa State...had 8 points and 6 rebounds against UTEP...handed out 4 assists against Oral Roberts...made a three-pointer in 15 games.

2006-07 (Freshman)

Played in 22 games. averaging 0.8 points per game...scored a season-high 4 points with 2 rebounds in win against Saint Louis...scored 3 points with 4 rebounds and a career-high 5 assists against Lamar...made 5-of-6 (.833) free throws on the season...appeared in seven Big 12 games.

Other

Set team record in vertical jump in fall 2007 at 38 inches...earned all-state honors as a senior at Seagoville, averaging 17.2 points and 3.4 assists per game...led team to a three-year record of 93-10...along with A&M teammate Donald Sloan was prep teammate of former Texas standout Lamarcus Aldridge...scored an impressive 47 points in an AAU game for Dallas Mustangs...rated as the No. 81 prospect in the country by Rivals.com, which also ranked him as the ninth-best player in Texas...played for Team USA at 2006 Global Games, scoring 18 points against Puerto Rico and 24 against Africa...also recruited by Florida, Arizona State, UNLV, Connecticut and Miami (Fla.).

Personal

Derrick Dewayne Roland is the son of David Powell and Evelyn Washam of Dallas...nicknamed “D-Ro”...born June 19, 1988 in Dallas...agricultural leadership major...would eventually like to own a business..favorite NBA team is the Miami Heat and his favorite player is LaBron James...also likes to play and watch football.

Career Statistics 2006-07 2007-08 CAREER

GP-GS 22-0 36-0 58-0

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 121 5.5 5-28 .179 2-17 .118 5-6 .833 5 16 21 1.0 10 0 16 8 2 5 17 686 19.1 79-180 .439 19-68 .279 26-49 .531 16 60 76 2.1 57 2 40 35 6 13 203 807 13.9 84-208 .404 21-85 .247 31-55 .564 21 76 97 1.7 67 2 56 43 8 18 220

Career Big 12 Statistics 2007 2008 CAREER

Avg 0.8 5.6 3.8

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| 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 7-0 19 2.7 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1 3 4 0.6 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0.0 16-0 310 19.4 28-79 .354 7-32 .219 9-17 .529 5 21 26 1.6 29 1 16 11 3 7 72 4.5 23-0 329 14.3 28-83 .337 7-33 .212 9-17 .529 6 24 30 1.3 29 1 17 13 4 8 72 3.1

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2007-08 Game-By-Game Statistics Date

MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington vs Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs Iowa State vs Kansas State vs Kansas vs Brigham Young vs UCLA

11/09/07 11/13/07 11/14/07 11/17/07 11/21/07 11/23/07 11/28/07 12/02/07 12/08/07 12/16/07 12/19/07 12/22/07 12/29/07 12/31/07 01/05/08 01/12/08 01/16/08 01/18/08 01/23/08 01/26/08 01/30/08 02/02/08 02/05/08 02/09/08 02/16/08 02/18/08 02/23/08 02/27/08 03/01/08 03/05/08 03/08/08 03/13/08 03/14/08 03/15/08 03/20/08 03/22/08

GS Min 21 24 27 15 16 16 25 25 18 19 18 20 16 16 25 19 25 18 23 13 22 11 20 23 22 22 24 18 22 9 19 14 16 18 10 17

Totals......................... 0 686

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 3-5 2-7 3-9 3-6 1-5 6-7 3-6 2-5 3-5 5-6 1-3 5-8 2-5 1-2 2-5 2-3 1-6 1-5 1-8 0-1 0-0 0-1 3-8 3-4 2-6 2-7 5-7 5-9 2-9 0-2 1-3 1-4 3-4 3-5 1-1 1-3

.600 .286 .333 .500 .200 .857 .500 .400 .600 .833 .333 .625 .400 .500 .400 .667 .167 .200 .125 .000 .000 .000 .375 .750 .333 .286 .714 .556 .222 .000 .333 .250 .750 .600 1.000 .333

1-2 1-2 1-3 1-2 0-2 3-4 0-1 1-2 0-1 1-2 1-2 1-3 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-5 0-0 1-3 0-2 3-5 1-3 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-1

79-180 .439 19-68

.500 .500 .333 .500 .000 .750 .000 .500 .000 .500 .500 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .400 .000 .333 .000 .600 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .000

0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 1-2 .500 2-3 .667 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 1-1 1.000 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-5 .600

0 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0

2 2 5 1 2 3 5 1 3 4 1 2 2 3 2 1 2 0 2 1 4 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 1 0

.279 26-49 .531 16 60

2 5 6 1 2 3 7 1 3 4 1 2 2 4 3 1 3 0 2 1 4 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 2 2 5 1 1 0 2 0

2.0 3.5 4.3 3.5 3.2 3.2 3.7 3.4 3.3 3.4 3.2 3.1 3.0 3.1 3.1 2.9 2.9 2.8 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.1

0 2 2 1 5 3 1 3 2 1 3 0 1 2 0 1 2 1 5 3 2 4 0 3 3 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 2

1 0 3 4 1 2 2 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0

76 2.1 57 2 40 35

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

7 7 8 9 2 15 6 5 6 12 7 11 4 2 7 4 4 3 5 0 0 0 9 6 5 6 13 11 4 0 2 2 7 7 2 5

7.0 7.0 7.3 7.8 6.6 8.0 7.7 7.4 7.2 7.7 7.6 7.9 7.6 7.2 7.2 7.0 6.8 6.6 6.5 6.2 5.9 5.6 5.8 5.8 5.8 5.8 6.0 6.2 6.1 5.9 5.8 5.7 5.7 5.8 5.7 5.6

6 13 203 5.6

2006-07 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent PRAIRIE VIEW A&M LAMAR LOUISIANA TECH SAINT LOUIS IDAHO STATE ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK at LSU vs UCLA FORDHAM JACKSONVILLE at Auburn GRAMBLING STATE WINTHROP at Baylor at Texas Tech OKLAHOMA IOWA STATE TEXAS at Texas MISSOURI vs Penn vs Louisville

Date GS Min 11/10/06 10 11/17/06 17 11/18/06 12 11/19/06 10 11/25/06 1 11/27/06 12 12/05/06 2 12/09/06 3 12/12/06 9 12/16/06 15 12/22/06 4 12/28/06 4 01/02/07 1 01/09/07 1 01/24/07 0 01/27/07 4 01/31/07 7 02/05/07 3 02/28/07 1 03/03/07 3 03/15/07 1 03/17/07 1

Totals......................... 0 121

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 0 2 2 2.0 1 0 1-6 .167 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1 3 4 3.0 2 0 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 2.7 0 0 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 2.5 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.7 2 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.4 0 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.3 0 0 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1 2 3 1.4 1 0 1-6 .167 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 2 1 3 1.6 1 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0 0 0 1.5 1 0 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 0 0 0 1.3 0 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.3 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.2 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 1 2 1.1 0 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 5-28

.179

2-17

.118

31

5-6

.833

5 16

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 1 0 1 2 2.0 5 1 0 0 3 2.5 3 2 0 0 0 1.7 1 0 0 0 4 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 1.5 0 0 0 0 0 1.3 1 0 0 1 0 1.1 0 1 0 0 2 1.2 3 0 0 0 3 1.4 0 0 0 0 2 1.5 0 0 1 1 1 1.4 0 1 0 0 0 1.3 0 0 0 1 0 1.2 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 0 1 0 0 0 1.0 1 1 1 0 0 0.9 0 0 0 0 0 0.9 0 0 0 0 0 0.9 0 0 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0 0 0 0.8

21 1.0 10 0 16

8

2

5

17 0.8

Players

Opponent


Shawn Schepel Players

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Pronunciation................... SKAY-puhl Position................................... Guard Height . .......................................6’4” Weight ................................. 205 lbs. Class .......................................So-1L Hometown .................. Dallas, Texas High School ......... Flower Mound HS Major ...............Nuclear Engineering

2007-08 (Redshirt Freshman)

Appeared in three games, including Big 12 game against Kansas...scored 1 point against Texas State.

Other

Named district’s offensive player of the year after averaging a league-best 18.2 points per game as a senior... two-time all-district pick...made 56 percent from the field and 43 percent from three-point range...played in THSCA All-Star Game...set school record for points in a game with 34 against Trinity Christian...also set school marks for season scoring, season free throws and free throws in a game...averaged 16.7 points as a junior...coached by Charles Freet.

Personal

Shawn Robert Schepel is the son of Kevin and Carol Schepel of Flower Mound...born March 23, 1988 in Midland, Texas...nuclear engineering major...was a National Merit semifinalist and a member of the National Honor Society... graduated 11th in a class of 651...favorite NBA team is the Dallas Mavericks and favorite player is Josh Howard... enjoys wakeboarding...also considered academic scholarships from Baylor and Oklahoma.

Donald Sloan

15

2007-08 (Sophomore)

Position................................... Guard Height . .......................................6’3” Weight ................................. 205 lbs. Class ........................................Jr-2L Hometown .................. Dallas, Texas High School ............... Seagoville HS Major ......... Agricultural Leadership

Sloan’s Career Highs

Started in all 36 games...ranked third on team in scorPoints ..................................................21 vs. Missouri, 2/9/08 ing (9.5) and was second in assists (3.4)...in Big 12 Rebounds . ...................................... 9 vs. Iowa State, 3/14/08 play led team in assists (3.3) and ranked second in Assists . ........................................... 9 vs. Iowa State, 3/14/08 scoring (10.9) ...scored 12 points with a career-high 9 Steals . ..................................................... 3 vs. Baylor, 1/9/07 3-Point FGs ............................................ 3 vs. Kansas, 3/8/08 assists and 9 rebounds against Iowa State in Big 12 3 vs. Colorado, 1/12/08 tournament...suffered sprained ankle early in Kansas 3 vs. Texas State, 12/8/07 game at Big 12 tournament and played just 12 min 3 vs. Jacksonville, 12/16/06 utes...bounced back to score 8 points with 6 assists in first-round NCAA win against BYU...followed with 12 points in close second-round loss to UCLA...led team in scoring in 10 games...scored a career-high 21 points with 5 rebounds and 5 assists in win at Missouri...was making just 33.3 percent (9-27) from the free throw line through 32


2006-07 (Freshman)

Appeared in all 34 games as a true freshman, averaging 5.2 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game...made 48.9 percent from the field...scored a season-high 15 points in nationally-televised win at Oklahoma State, earning player of the game honors from ESPN...added 11 points in win against Texas...scored 10 points in big non-conference win at Auburn and tallied 12 against Grambling State...scored 7 points in narrow loss to then-No. 1-ranked UCLA... had 5-point efforts in NCAA Tournament against Penn and Memphis.

Other

Set No. 2 all-time team mark in vertical jump in fall 2007 at 37 inches...member of Team USA at 2007 William Jones Cup in Taiwan...led all Class 4A players in Dallas in scoring as a senior at Seagoville, averaging 21.0 points and 8.1 rebounds...team advanced to regional finals...helped team tally a three-year record of 93-10...ranked as the 49th best prospect in the country by recruiting analyst Bob Gibbons...rated as the fifth-best player in the state by Texas Hoops and Texas Roundball...two-time all-state and first-team all-area selection...posted career highs of 33 points and 18 rebounds...played AAU basketball with the Dallas Mustangs...averaged 18.5 points and 5.5 assists as a junior...a cousin, Tremaine Davis, played basketball at San Diego State...also was recruited by Kansas, Oklahoma, Marquette, SMU and Georgia Tech.

Personal

Donald Wayne Sloan is the son of the late Sandra Sloan of Grand Prairie...born Jan. 15, 1988 in Shreveport, La.... agricultural leadership major...would eventually like to coach or own a restaurant...favorite NBA team is the Phoenix Suns...favorite player is Dwayne Wade...has been involved in boxing in the past and maintains an avid interest in the sport..built an 13-1-1 record as an amateur youth boxer.

Career Statistics 2006-07 2007-08 CAREER

GP-GS 34-0 36-36 70-36

Min--Avg 606 17.8 1094 30.4 1700 24.3

|---TOTAL---| FG-FGA Pct 67-137 .489 120-287 .418 187-424 .441

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA Pct 14-42 .333 25-89 .281 39-131 .298

Career Big 12 Statistics 2007 2008 CAREER

GP-GS 16-0 16-16 32-16

Min--Avg 285 17.8 531 33.2 816 25.5

|---TOTAL---| FG-FGA Pct 29-60 .483 60-147 .408 89-207 .430

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA Pct 5-21 .238 14-48 .292 19-69 .275

|----REBOUNDS----| FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 28-42 .667 13 51 64 1.9 76-113 .673 25 118 143 4.0 104-155 .671 38 169 207 3.0

PF 45 50 95

FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 60 41 2 24 176 5.2 1 123 82 1 18 341 9.5 2 183 123 3 42 517 7.4

|----REBOUNDS----| FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 19-26 .731 4 25 29 1.8 41-61 .672 15 47 62 3.9 60-87 .690 19 72 91 2.8

PF 23 25 48

FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 22 20 2 12 82 5.1 1 52 46 1 11 175 10.9 2 74 66 3 23 257 8.0

2007-08 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington vs Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona

Date 11/09/07 11/13/07 11/14/07 11/17/07 11/21/07 11/23/07 11/28/07 12/02/07

GS Min * 24 * 26 * 20 * 26 * 37 * 29 * 31 * 31

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 2-6 .333 0-2 .000 3-4 .750 1 3 4 4.0 3 0 2-8 .250 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1 3 4 4.0 1 0 3-8 .375 0-4 .000 1-2 .500 0 4 4 4.0 2 0 1-5 .200 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 1 4 5 4.3 0 0 6-11 .545 2-3 .667 4-4 1.000 2 3 5 4.4 2 0 2-7 .286 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0 4 4 4.3 1 0 5-8 .625 1-2 .500 4-4 1.000 1 5 6 4.6 3 0 2-6 .333 1-3 .333 2-6 .333 0 4 4 4.5 4 0

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A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 0 0 0 7 7.0 2 0 0 0 4 5.5 1 2 0 0 7 6.0 1 2 0 0 3 5.3 2 3 0 1 18 7.8 3 1 0 0 4 7.2 8 5 0 1 15 8.3 0 2 0 0 7 8.1

Players

seven Big 12 games, but was 39-of-49 (.796) in the last 12 games...made 18 straight free throws until missing against Iowa State at Big 12 tourney...made 15 straight in early February before missing final attempt against Missouri...led team with 17 points and tied his career-high with 8 rebounds in win against the Bears...scored 18 points in five overtime game against Baylor in College Station, adding 7 rebounds and a team-high 7 assists...tied game with a slam dunk at the end of regulation...had 18 points against Washington in the preseason NIT, making both of his three-point attempts...stole inbounds pass on final play to secure 59-56 win at Oklahoma State, finishing with 10 points with a career-high 8 rebounds...tied his career-best with 18 points against Texas State, adding 4 rebounds and 5 assists while making 3-of-4 three-pointers...had a game-high 17 points (7-9 FG) with 5 rebounds against LSU...tallied 15 points with a career-high 8 assists and 6 rebounds against Alabama...made three-pointer with four seconds left in the half against the Crimson Tide to hand the Aggies a 41-35 lead at intermission...scored 13 points against Colorado and made a career-best 3-of-5 from three-point range.


Players

TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs Iowa State vs Kansas State vs Kansas vs Brigham Young vs UCLA

12/08/07 12/16/07 12/19/07 12/22/07 12/29/07 12/31/07 01/05/08 01/12/08 01/16/08 01/18/08 01/23/08 01/26/08 01/30/08 02/02/08 02/05/08 02/09/08 02/16/08 02/18/08 02/23/08 02/27/08 03/01/08 03/05/08 03/08/08 03/13/08 03/14/08 03/15/08 03/20/08 03/22/08

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

22 27 28 29 26 26 31 31 26 31 57 36 35 36 29 32 32 32 35 25 24 34 36 35 33 12 35 35

6-8 2-5 1-6 5-7 1-6 1-4 7-9 5-11 2-8 4-10 7-18 4-9 3-8 3-9 4-8 6-8 1-5 4-11 3-9 4-7 1-6 5-11 4-9 4-11 1-6 0-1 3-6 6-12

.750 .400 .167 .714 .167 .250 .778 .455 .250 .400 .389 .444 .375 .333 .500 .750 .200 .364 .333 .571 .167 .455 .444 .364 .167 .000 .500 .500

3-4 0-2 1-3 2-3 0-3 0-0 1-2 3-5 0-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 1-4 0-2 1-3 0-1 1-3 0-3 1-4 2-5 0-2 0-2 3-6 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

Totals......................... 36 1094 120-287 .418 25-89

.750 .000 .333 .667 .000 .000 .500 .600 .000 .500 .000 .500 .250 .000 .333 .000 .333 .000 .250 .400 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

3-4 0-0 2-2 2-2 4-4 0-0 2-3 0-1 1-4 1-4 4-11 1-2 2-5 4-4 2-2 9-10 1-2 0-0 3-3 2-2 0-0 7-7 4-4 4-9 1-2 0-0 2-4 0-0

.750 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .667 .000 .250 .250 .364 .500 .400 1.000 1.000 .900 .500 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .444 .500 .000 .500 .000

0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 4 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

4 2 2 4 3 0 4 1 1 4 6 4 3 2 5 4 1 3 3 2 0 8 0 8 6 2 5 1

4 2 2 5 3 1 5 2 3 4 7 8 3 3 6 5 1 6 3 2 1 8 0 9 6 2 5 1

4.4 4.2 4.0 4.1 4.0 3.8 3.9 3.8 3.7 3.7 3.9 4.1 4.0 4.0 4.1 4.1 4.0 4.1 4.0 4.0 3.9 4.0 3.9 4.0 4.1 4.0 4.1 4.0

1 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 2 5 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5 4 5 5 5 1 2 2 2 2 7 3 5 1 4 5 3 2 6 6 0 2 2 9 7 2 6 2

1 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 7 2 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 3 5 2 2 1 3 3 5 4 1 2

.281 76-113 .673 25 118 143 4.0 50 1 123 82

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0

18 4 5 14 6 2 17 13 5 10 18 10 9 10 11 21 4 8 10 12 2 17 15 12 3 0 8 12

9.2 8.7 8.4 8.8 8.6 8.1 8.7 9.0 8.8 8.8 9.3 9.4 9.3 9.4 9.4 9.9 9.7 9.6 9.6 9.7 9.4 9.7 9.9 9.9 9.7 9.4 9.4 9.5

1 18 341 9.5

2006-07 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent PRAIRIE VIEW A&M LAMAR LOUISIANA TECH SAINT LOUIS IDAHO STATE ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK PACIFIC at LSU vs UCLA FORDHAM JACKSONVILLE at Auburn GRAMBLING STATE WINTHROP KANSAS STATE at Baylor at Colorado OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech OKLAHOMA IOWA STATE at Kansas TEXAS at Nebraska TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Oklahoma State BAYLOR at Texas MISSOURI vs Oklahoma State vs Penn vs Louisville vs Memphis

Date GS Min 11/10/06 19 11/17/06 16 11/18/06 16 11/19/06 14 11/25/06 18 11/27/06 22 12/02/06 27 12/05/06 16 12/09/06 17 12/12/06 18 12/16/06 15 12/22/06 16 12/28/06 22 01/02/07 18 01/06/07 7 01/09/07 26 01/13/07 25 01/20/07 14 01/24/07 20 01/27/07 13 01/31/07 15 02/03/07 13 02/05/07 23 02/10/07 3 02/13/07 19 02/17/07 19 02/21/07 25 02/24/07 19 02/28/07 19 03/03/07 25 03/09/07 5 03/15/07 16 03/17/07 25 03/22/07 21

Totals......................... 0 606

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1-5 .200 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 4 4 2.0 2 0 3-3 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.7 4 0 2-4 .500 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.3 0 0 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0 2 2 1.4 1 0 2-5 .400 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.2 2 0 3-5 .600 1-1 1.000 0-1 .000 0 3 3 1.4 0 0 1-4 .250 1-2 .500 0-2 .000 1 1 2 1.5 0 0 2-4 .500 0-1 .000 3-3 1.000 1 1 2 1.6 2 0 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 3 3 1.7 2 0 3-4 .750 3-3 1.000 0-0 .000 2 2 4 1.9 1 0 5-7 .714 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2 3 5 2.2 2 0 5-8 .625 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 3 1 4 2.3 0 0 1-3 .333 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 2.2 0 0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.1 0 0 2-5 .400 1-2 .500 3-4 .750 0 4 4 2.2 1 0 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 0 3 3 2.2 5 1 2-2 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 2.1 1 0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 2.1 3 0 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 0 1 1 2.0 1 0 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1 0 1 2.0 1 0 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 0 1 1 1.9 0 0 3-7 .429 1-3 .333 4-4 1.000 0 2 2 1.9 3 0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 1.8 0 0 3-5 .600 0-1 .000 2-3 .667 2 1 3 1.9 0 0 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 0 1 1.8 1 0 6-10 .600 1-3 .333 2-2 1.000 0 4 4 1.9 3 0 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 0 3 3 2.0 2 0 2-5 .400 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0 1 1 1.9 1 0 3-8 .375 0-2 .000 1-3 .333 0 4 4 2.0 1 0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0 0 0 1.9 1 0 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0 0 0 1.9 0 0 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 1.9 3 0 2-6 .333 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 0 2 2 1.9 2 0 67-137 .489 14-42

.333 28-42 .667 13 51

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A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 2 0 1 8 8.0 3 2 0 0 2 5.0 1 1 0 0 7 5.7 2 1 0 1 4 5.3 3 2 0 1 5 5.2 5 0 0 0 4 5.0 4 1 0 1 7 5.3 0 0 0 0 3 5.0 1 2 0 0 7 5.2 0 1 0 2 0 4.7 7 1 0 2 9 5.1 1 1 0 1 10 5.5 4 0 0 2 12 6.0 3 3 0 0 3 5.8 0 3 0 0 0 5.4 0 3 0 3 8 5.6 4 2 0 1 4 5.5 0 4 0 0 5 5.4 0 0 1 0 2 5.3 1 1 0 0 3 5.2 2 0 0 2 2 5.0 2 0 0 1 4 5.0 2 2 0 1 11 5.2 0 0 0 0 2 5.1 3 0 0 1 8 5.2 0 1 0 0 4 5.2 1 1 1 2 15 5.5 2 1 0 0 1 5.4 2 1 0 0 6 5.4 3 1 0 1 7 5.4 1 0 0 0 1 5.3 0 2 0 1 5 5.3 2 1 0 0 2 5.2 1 1 0 0 5 5.2

64 1.9 45 1 60 41

2 24 176 5.2


Nathan Walkup

2007-08 (Freshman)

Walkup’s Career Highs

Played in 27 games, including 13 Big 12 contests... Points ...........................................11 vs. Ohio State, 11/23/07 made .444 (12-of-27) from three-point range...scored Rebounds . .............................................. 5 vs. Rice, 12/31/07 a career-high 11 points against Ohio State in the NIT Assists . ...................................................1 vs. five opponents Steals . .....................................................1 vs. two opponents championship game, making 3-of-5 three-pointers... 3-Point FGs ....................................3 vs. Ohio State, 11/23/07 nailed three-pointer with :01 left in the first half against Ohio State to hand the Aggies a 31-25 halftime lead... scored 6 points (2-3 3-Pt. FG) with a career-high 5 rebounds against Rice...had 6 points (2-3 3-Pt. FG) against Colorado...tallied 7 points against Texas State, making 3-of-4 from the field...made his only three-point attempt at Arizona to hand A&M a 20-point lead.

Before A&M

Member of Team USA at 2007 Global Games in Dallas...earned all-state and all-region honors after averaging 22.9 points and 9.2 rebounds as a senior...connected on 85 percent from the free-throw line...rated as the 7th-best prospect in Texas, and the best small forward, by Rivals.com...rated as the No. 137 prospect nationally by Rivals. com...two-time all-district, all-region and all-state pick...two-time district MVP...tabbed for second-team All-Greater Houston squad by the Houston Chronicle...averaged 21.2 points and 9.9 rebounds as a junior and averaged a double-double in district play with 22.3 points and 10.8 rebounds...scored 2,134 career points, second most in school history...posted career highs of 39 points and 23 rebounds...coached by Louie Means...also recruited by Memphis, Wichita State, Rice, Texas, LSU, Miami (Fla.) and Stanford.

Personal

Nathan Ray Walkup is the son of Raymond and Lisa Walkup of Pasadena, Texas...born Oct. 20, 1988 in Houston... business major...member of the National Honor Society and the math club...comes from a family of Aggies...wants to eventually work in the family business (metal fabrication)...favorite NBA player is LaBron James.

Career Statistics 2007-08 CAREER

|---TOTAL---| GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 27-0 148 5.5 19-37 .514 27-0 148 5.5 19-37 .514

|---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 12-27 .444 4-7 .571 10 15 25 0.9 15 0 12-27 .444 4-7 .571 10 15 25 0.9 15 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 5 11 0 2 54 2.0 5 11 0 2 54 2.0

Career Big 12 Statistics 2008 CAREER

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| 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 13-0 55 4.2 5-13 .385 3-10 .300 0-2 .000 3 5 8 0.6 7 0 1 4 0 1 13 1.0 13-0 55 4.2 5-13 .385 3-10 .300 0-2 .000 3 5 8 0.6 7 0 1 4 0 1 13 1.0

2006-07 Game-By-Game Statistics Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington

Date GS Min 11/09/07 3 11/13/07 2 11/17/07 14 11/21/07 2

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2-2 1.000 1-1 1.000 2-3 .667 1 2 3 1.0 3 0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 1 0

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A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 1 0 0 7 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 1.8

Players

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Position............................... Forward Height . .......................................6’7” Weight ................................. 205 lbs. Class .......................................So-1L Hometown .............. Houston, Texas High School ................ Deer Park HS Major ................................. Business


Players

vs Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS at Iowa State at Missouri at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma KANSAS vs Iowa State

11/23/07 11/28/07 12/02/07 12/08/07 12/16/07 12/19/07 12/29/07 12/31/07 01/05/08 01/12/08 01/16/08 01/18/08 01/23/08 01/26/08 01/30/08 02/05/08 02/09/08 02/18/08 02/23/08 02/27/08 03/01/08 03/08/08 03/13/08

14 6 3 14 7 6 7 11 4 7 9 6 5 2 1 6 1 7 4 5 2 0 0

4-6 1-2 1-1 3-4 0-1 0-0 1-3 2-5 0-0 2-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

Totals......................... 0 148

19-37

.667 .500 1.000 .750 .000 .000 .333 .400 .000 .667 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

3-5 0-1 1-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-3 2-3 0-0 2-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

.600 .000 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .333 .667 .000 .667 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

.514 12-27

.444

0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-7

1 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

3 0 0 0 2 0 1 5 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

.571 10 15

1.4 1.2 1.0 0.9 1.0 0.9 0.9 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.9

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

25 0.9 15 0

1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

11 2 3 7 0 0 3 6 2 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0

5 11

0

2

54 2.0

Miscellaneous Notes aggies by class

aggies by STATE

Seniors (2)

Josh Carter

Bryan Davis Derrick Roland Chris Chapman

California (1)

Bryson Graham

Dash Harris (Los Angeles)

Juniors (5)

Florida (1)

Donald Sloan Chinemelu Elonu

David Loubeau (Miami)

Oklahoma (1)

Sophomores (7)

Denzel Bowles Andrew Darko Derrek Lewis Nathan Walkup

James Blasczyk David Loubeau

Derrek Lewis (Tulsa)

Marshall Carrell B.J. Holmes Shawn Schepel

Texas (13)

James Slasczyk (Houston) Marshall Carrell (Paris) Josh Carter (Dallas) Chris Chapman (Houston) Andrew Darko (Conroe) Bryan Davis (Dallas) Chinemelu Elonu (Houston) Bryson Graham (San Antonio) B.J. Holmes (Houston) Derrick Roland (Dallas) Shawn Schepel (Dallas) Donald Sloan (Dallas) Nathan Walkup (Houston)

Freshmen (3)

Dash Harris

aggies by HEIGHT 7’0””........................................................... Blasczyk 6’10”..................................................Bowles, Elonu 6’9” ................................................Davis , Loubeau 6’8” ............................................................... Carrell 6’7” ..................................................Carter, Walkup 6’5”................................................................. Lewis 6’4” ............................................... Roland, Schepel 6’3” ................................................. Graham, Sloan 6’1” ................................................................ Harris 6’0” ..................................................Holmes, Darko 5’11”.......................................................... Chapman

Virginia (1)

Denzel Bowles (Virginia Beach)

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3.6 3.3 3.3 3.8 3.3 3.0 3.0 3.3 3.2 3.4 3.3 3.1 2.9 2.8 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.5 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.0


Leadership Mark Turgeon

Leadership 37


Mark Turgeon

Head Coach (2nd year) Alma Mater . ......................................................... Kansas ’87 Record at A&M (years).....................................25-11 (1 year) Overall Record (years) . ........................... 178-120 (10 years)

Leadership

Hometown..........................................................Topeka, Kan.

I

n his first season at Texas A&M, Mark Turgeon quickly proved he was the right choice to not only maintain the Aggies’ recent basketball success, but to carry the program to even greater heights in coming seasons. Turgeon led the Aggies to a 25-11 record, the third most wins in school history, and its third straight NCAA tournament appearance. The Aggies advanced to the second round, where they lost in the final seconds to top-seeded UCLA. The 25 wins tied for the most by a first-year head coach in the history of any Big 12 school. “Mark Turgeon did a magnificent job with the Aggies last season.” CBS analyst Jay Bilas said. “I played against him (in the 1986 Final Four) and I ran into few competitors who were tougher than Mark.” “Mark is one of America’s brightest young coaches, with a great heritage of basketball history,” A&M Director of Athletics Bill Byrne said. “He is a winner.” In seven years as head coach at Wichita State (2000-07), Turgeon built the Shockers into one of the premier teams in the Missouri Valley, culminating in a conference title and NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance in 2006. In the 2006 NCAA Tournament, WSU knocked off Seton Hall and Tennessee before falling to eventual Final Four participant George Mason. Turgeon was named the 2006 MVC Coach of the Year. He built a 128-89 record (.590) at WSU, third most wins in school history. Turgeon had a 104-56 mark (.650) in his final five years, an average of 20.8 wins per year. He led the Shockers to three straight NITs from 2003-05 in addition to the 2006 NCAAs, the first time WSU had four straight postseason appearances in 40 years. Prior to WSU, he served as head coach at Jacksonville State for two seasons (1998-00), posting a 17-11 record in his second year after finishing 8-18 in his inaugural campaign. He led the Gamecocks to a 12-6 record and a tie for third-place in the Trans America Conference in his final year. The 43-year-old Turgeon’s overall record in 10 years as a head coach is 178-130 (.578). His basketball pedigree runs deep. Turgeon served as an assistant coach at Kansas for five seasons, first

The Turgeon File Education

Kansas...................................................................... 1987 B.S. in Personnel Administration

Coaching Career

Kansas, assistant coach.........................................................1987-92 Oregon, assistant coach.........................................................1992-97 Philadelphia 76ers, assistant coach.......................................1997-98 Jacksonville State, head coach..............................................1998-00 Wichita State, head coach......................................................2000-07 Texas A&M, head coach.........................................................2007-

under Larry Brown (1987-88) and then under Roy Williams (1988-92). The Jayhawks made the NCAA Tournament four of those seasons, capturing the national championship in 1988 and finishing second in 1991. Kansas won back-to-back Big Eight titles in 1991-92. Turgeon was the top assistant under Jerry Green at Oregon from 1992-97, where he worked briefly with Byrne, who was the athletics director at Oregon until August of 1992. Turgeon helped the Ducks to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 34 years. He was an assistant coach under Brown with the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers in 1997-98 before accepting the head coaching position at Jacksonville State. A point guard at Kansas from 1984-87, he was the first player in Jayhawks history to play in four consecutive NCAA Tournaments, helping the team to a 108-33 record under Brown. Turgeon served as team captain in 1986 and 1987, leading the Jayhawks to the 1986 NCAA Final Four. He was named to the Big Eight All-Academic Team in 1986 and was selected to the Big Eight All-Freshman Team in 1984. He earned a bachelor of science degree in Personnel Administration from Kansas in 1987. A native of Topeka, Kan., Turgeon led Hayden High School to back-to-back Class 4A state championships in 1982 and 1983, earning all-state tournament honors each year. A first-team all-state performer as a senior, he helped Hayden to a 47-3 record in his career. Turgeon is married to the former Ann Fowler of Chicago, Ill., and they have two sons – William Harris and Leo – and a daughter, Ella. 38


Turgeon Insights North Carolina Head Coach Roy Williams:

“Mark Turgeon was the first kid we signed at KU. He played four years for me and was a captain. Then he was an assistant with me on the 1988 National Championship team. He also worked on my staff at Philadelphia. I love him. I think it’s a great job at Texas A&M and he’s a wonderful fit. I think he will do an amazing job. Texas A&M is getting a great coach, and Texas A&M is a perfect fit for Mark. (On Turgeon’s style) “He’s smart enough to figure out what his kids can do, and tailor what he wants to do on their strengths. He’s worked with Roy (Williams), but he’s developed his own style. His teams are going to play hard, play unselfish and they are going to guard. That’s the way Billy did it as well, so I think the transition won’t be difficult. What Mark values is the same as what Billy valued. I am a big fan of Billy Gillispie and I’m a huge fan of Mark Turgeon.”

“I am extremely happy for Mark and Texas A&M basketball. It is a wonderful match. Billy Gillispie did an outstanding job as an enthusiastic and hard-working coach and that is exactly what A&M is getting in Mark Turgeon. He is very intelligent, organized and competitive and has a tremendous passion for coaching. He truly enjoys working with young people and that is a characteristic you look for in an outstanding coach.”

Kansas Assistant Coach Danny Manning: “I’m excited and happy for Mark and his family. I think it is a great hire for Texas A&M. Turge is going to be someone that when his teams step on the court they will be prepared to play at a very high level.”

CBS / ESPN Analyst Jay Bilas:

ESPN Analyst Andy Katz:

“Mark is one of the brightest young coaches in the game. He is and always has been a winner and he’s done it the right way.”

“Mark is cut from the same cloth as his mentor, Roy Williams. He outworks and outhustles his competition.”

“Mark Turgeon did a magnificent job with the Aggies last season. I played against him (in the 1986 Final Four) and I ran into few competitors who were tougher than Mark. He’s a blend of toughness and positive reinforcement who will win anywhere.” –Jay Bilas, CBS Sports

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Philadelphia 76ers Executive VP Larry Brown:


Leadership

Turgeon By Season 1987-88 Kansas, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Larry Brown)...................................27-11 (NCAA Champions) 1988-89 Kansas, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Roy Williams)..................................................................19-12 1989-90 Kansas, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Roy Williams)...................................................... 30-5 (NCAA) 1990-91 Kansas, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Roy Williams)...................................................... 27-8 (NCAA) 1991-92 Kansas, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Roy Williams)...................................................... 27-5 (NCAA) 1992-93 Oregon, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Jerry Green)....................................................................10-20 1993-94 Oregon, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Jerry Green)....................................................................10-17 1994-95 Oregon, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Jerry Green)........................................................ 19-9 (NCAA) 1995-96 Oregon, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Jerry Green)....................................................................16-13 1996-97 Oregon, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Jerry Green)...........................................................17-11 (NIT) 1997-98 Philadelphia 76ers, Assistant Coach (Head Coach: Larry Brown)..................................................31-51 1998-99 Jacksonville State, Head Coach.......................................................................................................8-18 1999-00 Jacksonville State, Head Coach.....................................................................................................17-11 2000-01 Wichita State, Head Coach...............................................................................................................9-19 2001-02 Wichita State, Head Coach.............................................................................................................15-15 2002-03 Wichita State, Head Coach................................................................................................... 18-12 (NIT) 2003-04 Wichita State, Head Coach....................................................................................................21-11 (NIT) 2004-05 Wichita State, Head Coach................................................................................................... 22-10 (NIT) 2005-06 *Wichita State, Head Coach............................................................................................... 26-9 (NCAA) 2006-07 Wichita State, Head Coach.............................................................................................................19-14 2007-08 Texas A&M, Head Coach.................................................................................................. 25-11 (NCAA) *2006 Missouri Valley Conference Coach of the Year

Turgeon vs. All Opponents Alabama........................................... 1-1 Alabama-Birmingham....................... 0-1 Appalachian State............................ 0-1 Arizona............................................. 0-1 Arkansas-Pine Bluff.......................... 1-0 Austin Peay...................................... 2-0 Baylor............................................... 1-1 Boston College................................. 0-1 Bradley........................................... 10-6 Brewton-Parker................................. 1-0 BYU.................................................. 1-0 Campbell.......................................... 2-2 Centenary......................................... 1-1 Central Florida.................................. 1-3 Chicago State................................... 3-0 Clayton State.................................... 1-0 Colorado........................................... 1-0 Creighton........................................ 4-12 Delaware.......................................... 0-1 Delaware State................................. 1-0 Detroit............................................... 1-0 Drake.............................................. 12-3 Florida A&M...................................... 2-0 Florida Atlantic.................................. 3-0 Florida State..................................... 0-1 George Mason.................................. 1-2 Georgia Southern............................. 1-2 Georgia State................................... 1-3 East Carolina.................................... 2-0 Eastern Washington......................... 1-0 Evansville....................................... 11-3 Hampton........................................... 1-1 Houston............................................ 1-0 Illinois................................................ 0-1

Illinois State.................................... 10-4 Indiana State.................................. 10-5 IUPUI................................................ 1-0 Iowa State......................................... 2-1 Jacksonville...................................... 2-2 Kansas.............................................. 0-2 Kansas State.................................... 3-3 Kennesaw State............................... 1-0 Lamar............................................... 1-0 LaSalle.............................................. 1-0 LSU................................................... 2-0 Manhattan......................................... 1-1 Maryland-Eastern Shore................... 1-0 McNeese State................................. 1-0 Mercer.............................................. 2-2 Miami (Ohio)..................................... 1-1 Michigan State.................................. 0-1 Mississippi........................................ 0-2 Mississippi State............................... 0-2 Mississippi Valley State.................... 2-0 Missouri............................................ 1-0 Missouri-Kansas City........................ 3-0 Missouri State................................. 10-7 Morehead State................................ 0-2 Nebraska.......................................... 0-1 New Mexico...................................... 0-1 Northern Arizona............................... 1-0 Northern Iowa................................... 6-9 Northwestern State........................... 2-0 Ohio State......................................... 1-0 Oklahoma......................................... 1-1 Oklahoma City.................................. 1-0 Oklahoma State................................ 1-3 Ouachita Baptist............................... 1-0

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Oral Roberts..................................... 1-2 Panhandle State............................... 1-0 Providence........................................ 2-0 Radford............................................. 1-0 Rice.................................................. 1-0 Rockhurst College............................ 2-0 Samford............................................ 1-2 San Francisco................................... 2-0 Seton Hall......................................... 1-0 Southern California........................... 0-1 Southern Illinois.............................. 3-11 Stetson............................................. 2-1 Syracuse........................................... 1-0 Tennessee........................................ 1-0 Tennessee State............................... 2-0 Texas................................................ 1-1 Texas-Arlington................................. 4-0 Texas-Pan American......................... 1-0 Texas-San Antonio............................ 1-0 Texas Southern................................. 1-0 Texas State....................................... 1-0 Texas Tech........................................ 1-1 Troy State......................................... 0-3 Tulsa................................................. 2-3 UC Irvine........................................... 1-0 UCLA................................................ 0-1 UTEP................................................ 1-0 Vanderbilt.......................................... 0-1 Washington....................................... 1-1 West Georgia.................................... 1-0 Western Carolina.............................. 1-0 Western Illinois................................. 1-0 Western Kentucky............................ 1-0 Wyoming........................................... 1-1


Turgeon By Game 1998-99 Jacksonville State Overall: 8-18 Conference: 3-13

East Carolina........................W....61-53 at Miss. Valley State..............W....84-75 at Georgia Southern...............L.....65-54 at Florida A&M.......................W....92-87 at Alabama..............................L.....87-44 at Mississippi..........................L.....73-54 West Georgia.......................W....83-81 Brewton-Parker....................W....78-49 at UAB....................................L.....79-59 at Morehead State..................L.....64-60 Mercer...(OT)........................ L....80-73 at Troy State...........................L.....70-68 at Mercer................................L.....66-63 Troy State............................. L....78-70 at Samford..............................L.....82-57 Centenary............................. L....64-54 at Campbell............................L.....73-60 Georgia State....................... L....66-63 Central Florida..................... L....82-64 Florida Atlantic....................W....84-73 at Stetson...............................L.....59-44 at Jacksonville.......................L.....72-51 Samford................................ L....68-55 at Georgia State.....................L.....73-40 Campbell..............................W....68-60 at Centenary..........................W....54-58

1999-2000 Jacksonville State Overall: 17-11 Conference: 12-6

at Ole Miss..............................L.....74-59

Mississippi Valley................W....71-63 Florida A&M.........................W....66-58 Georgia Southern................ L....87-84 at Stetson..............................W....57-52 Georgia State.......................W....81-79 at Tennessee State................W....77-65 at East Carolina.....................W....69-53 Morehead State.................... L....66-59 Clayton State........................W....72-63 at Jacksonville.......................W....82-73 Florida Atlantic....................W....68-46 Central Florida...(OT)...........W....90-83 at Mercer...............................W....69-65

at Troy State...........................L.....74-70 Mississippi State................. L....73-61 Samford...(OT)......................W....69-65 Campbell.............................. L....54-51 at Samford..............................L.....68-53 at Georgia State.....................L.....91-77 at Campbell...........................W....80-60 Jacksonville.........................W....74-68 Stetson.................................W....71-65 at UCF....................................L.....68-64 at Florida Atlantic...................W....71-61 Troy State............................. L....74-69 Mercer...(OT)........................W....80-79 at Central Florida....................L.....74-55

2000-01 Wichita State Overall: 9-19 Conference: 4-14 Kansas State........................W....76-66 *

Texas-Arlington...................W....64-50 Washington.......................... L....69-66 Tennessee State..................W....73-49 Oklahoma State...................W....61-59 IUPUI.....................................W....72-65 at Creighton............................L.....74-64 Hampton............................... L....68-51 at Tulsa...................................L.....78-49 at Wyoming.............................L.....72-65 Drake.....................................W....73-58 Northern Iowa......................W....66-48 at Drake..................................L.....90-86 at Indiana State......................L.....92-68 Southern Illinois...(OT)........ L....80-72 Creighton.............................. L....56-52 at Northern Iowa.....................L.....62-50 Indiana State........................ L....85-67 Illinois State......................... L....68-61 at Missouri State.....................L.....68-55 Evansville............................. L....77-74 at Bradley ..............................L.....65-57 at Evansville...........................L.....74-61 Missouri State......................W....59-48 at Southern Illinois...(OT)........L.....68-62 Bradley.................................W....69-55 at Illinois State........................L.....79-71 vs. Missouri State...................L.....57-45

* MVC Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.)

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2001-02 Wichita State Overall: 15-15 Conference: 9-9 $ vs. Delaware...........................L.....62-47 $ vs. Radford............................W....82-81 $ vs. Mississippi.........................L.....80-68 Georgia Southern................W....97-77 Texas-Arlington...................W.. 102-89 at Oklahoma State..................L.....61-59 at Kansas State.....................W....65-56 Tulsa..................................... L....82-76 Jacksonville......................... L....67-65 Western Carolina.................W.. 102-73 at Chicago State....................W....78-56 Bradley.................................W....70-64 at Missouri State.....................L.....82-61 at Illinois State........................L.....81-71 Southern Illinois .................W....88-79 Drake ...................................W....81-65 at Indiana State.....................W....64-63 Evansville.............................W....81-63 Creighton.............................. L....67-55 at Bradley...............................L.....66-49 at Drake..................................L.....80-64 Indiana State...(OT)..............W....87-84 at Southern Illinois..................L.....78-58 Missouri State......................W....71-63 at Northern Iowa...(OT)...........L.....83-75 Texas (#6).............................W....46-43 at Creighton . .........................L.....69-67 Illinois State.........................W . .77-66 at Evansville...(OT).................L.....83-81 Northern Iowa......................W....86-74 * vs. Missouri State...................L.....72-59 $ Top of the World Classic (Fairbanks, AK) * MVC Tournament (St. Louis, MO)

2002-03 Wichita State Overall: 18-12 Conference: 12-6

Texas-Arlington...................W....76-74 Chicago State.......................W....71-65 at Oral Roberts.......................L.....76-71 at Tulsa...................................L.....80-69 Northwestern State..............W....74-55 Kansas State........................ L....79-66 Lamar....................................W....92-73

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Oklahoma State................... L....68-58 Westerm Illinois...................W....74-56 Northern Iowa......................W....79-55 Indiana State........................W....71-55 Missouri State......................W....67-63 at Southern Illinois..................L.....69-64 at Illinois State.......................W....69-66 Drake.....................................W....69-61 at Bradley..............................W....64-60 at Evansville...........................L.....75-74 Southern Illinois.................. L....94-59 Illinois State.........................W....85-71 at Northern Iowa.....................L.....80-72 Evansville.............................W....89-84 Creighton..............................W....80-74 at Drake.................................W....80-70 at Indiana State.....................W....72-63 Bradley................................. L....86-77 at Missouri State....................W....71-65 at Creighton............................L.....86-60 * vs. Bradley.............................W....70-66 * vs. Creighton..........................L.....70-69 ** vs. Iowa State.........................L.....76-65 * MVC Tournament (St. Louis, MO) ** Postseason NIT (Ames, Iowa)

2003-04 Wichita State Overall: 21-11 Conference: 12-6 # vs. LaSalle.............................W....74-71 # # !

vs. Hampton..........................W....68-65 vs. Boston College..................L.....84-81 Northern Arizona.................W....68-51 at Manhattan College............W....74-57 Rockhurst College...............W....84-59 at Kansas State......................L.....54-50 at Missouri State....................W....81-63 Tulsa.....................................W....66-58 Texas-Arlington...................W....75-61 Oral Roberts......................... L....76-73 Drake..................................... L....71-60 Northern Iowa......................W....82-65 at Southern Illinois..................L.....73-64 at Bradley..............................W....66-53 Indiana State........................ L....64-63 Creighton..............................W....77-62 at Evansville..........................W....88-66 Southern Illinois.................. L....84-79 at Drake.................................W....70-60 at Illinois State.......................W....70-50 Bradley.................................W....78-57 at Indiana State.....................W....67-53 Evansville.............................W....90-73 at Northern Iowa.....................L.....85-80 Austin Peay..........................W....62-47 Missouri State......................W....77-66 Illinois State.........................W....68-62

Turgeon’s Record Years 1998-00 2000-07 2007- Career

School W-L Jacksonville State.............................................25-29 Wichita State...................................................128-90 Texas A&M........................................................25-11 (10 years) 178-130

at Creighton............................L.....75-61 * vs. Drake...............................W....63-57 * vs. Northern Iowa...................L.....63-56 ** vs. Florida State......................L.....76-65 # Paradise Jam (Virgin Islands) ! Bracket Buster Saturday * MVC Tournament (St. Louis, MO) ** Postseason NIT (Wichita)

2004-05 Wichita State Overall: 22-10 Conference: 11-7 Eastern Washington............W....80-62

at Austin Peay........................W....72-62 San Francisco......................W....65-55 at Drake.................................W....75-53 at Providence.........................W....90-86 at Tulsa..................................W....71-66 Texas-San Antonio..............W....84-79 UMKC....................................W....81-68 Evansville.............................W....91-81 Manhattan............................. L....64-59

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at Missouri State....................W....63-61 Bradley.................................W....88-73 at Indiana State......................L.....64-60 at Evansville..........................W....81-65 Southern Illinois..................W....58-56 at Northern Iowa....................W....65-57 at Nebraska............................L.....77-67 Drake.....................................W....75-65 Illinois State.........................W....78-72 at Creighton............................L.....73-69 Indiana State........................W....67-57 at Illinois State.......................W....76-62 at Bradley...............................L.....74-68 Creighton.............................. L....68-62 at Miami (OH).........................L.....65-58 Missouri State......................W....72-61 at Southern Illinois..................L.....65-55 Northern Iowa...................... L....67-66 vs. Drake...............................W....72-52 vs. Creighton..........................L.....70-60 vs. Houston............................W....85-69 vs. Western kentucky............W....85-81 vs. Vanderbilt..........................L.....65-63

Bracketbuster (Oxford, OH) MVC Tournament (St. Louis, MO) Postseason NIT (Wichita, KS) Postseason NIT (Nashville, TN)

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2005-06 Wichita State Overall: 26-9 Conference: 14-14

% Holiday Classic Tourn (Las Vegas, NV) B ESPN Bracket Buster (Wichita, KS) * MVC Tournament (St. Louis, MO)

2007-08 Texas A&M Overall: 25-11 Conference: 8-8 McNeese State.................. W.....73-50 $ Oral Roberts...................... W.....67-53

% South Padre Island (So. Padre Island, TX) & Spartan Clash (Detroit, MI) B BracketBusters presented by eBay * MVC Tournament (St. Louis, MO) ** NCAA First/Second Round (Greensboro, NC) # NCAA Regional Semifinal (Washington, D.C.)

2006-07 Wichita State Overall: 19-14 Conference: 8-8 Emporia State......................W....87-62

Fort Hays State....................W....80-38 Rockhurst College...............W....71-47 Chicago State.......................W....76-64 at George Mason...................W....72-66

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$ UTEP.................................. W.....81-76 Ouachita Baptist............... W.....85-59 % Washington......................... W.....77-63 % Ohio State........................... W.....70-47 Alabama............................. W.....76-63 ^ at Arizona............................. L......78-67 Texas State........................ W...109-73 Arkansas-Pine Bluff.......... W.....64-37 Detroit................................ W.....79-39 UC Irvine............................ W.....88-66 Florida A&M....................... W.....83-54 Rice.................................... W.....68-41 LSU..................................... W.....79-53 Colorado............................ W.....86-69 at Texas Tech....................... L......68-53 at Kansas State................... L......75-54 Baylor (#25) (5 OT)............. L.. 116-110 at Oklahoma State.............. W.....59-56 Texas (#10)......................... W.....80-63 Oklahoma.......................... W.....60-52 at Iowa State....................... W.....69-51 at Missouri.......................... W.....77-69 Oklahoma State.................. L......59-54 at Texas (#7)........................ L......77-50 Nebraska............................. L......65-59 Texas Tech......................... W.....98-54 at Oklahoma........................ L......64-37 Baylor................................. W.....71-57 Kansas (#5)......................... L......72-55 * vs. Iowa State..................... W.....60-47 * vs. Kansas State................. W.....63-60 * vs. Kansas (#5).................... L......77-71 # vs. BYU (#23)..................... W.....67-62 # vs. UCLA (#2)...................... L......51-49

$ NIT Season Tip-Off, College Station % NIT Season Tip-off, New York City (MSG) ^ Big 12/Pac 10 Hardwood Series * Phillips 66 Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City # NCAA Tournament, Anaheim, Calif.

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Panhandle St........................W....83-55 $ Texas Southern....................W....86-54 $ Texas-Pan American............W....97-66 % vs. Illinois................................L.....54-55 % vs. Delaware St.....................W....62-44 Providence...........................W....82-74 Northwestern St...................W....57-55 & vs. Michigan State..................L.....83-54 at UMKC................................W....77-55 Miami (OH)............................W....55-46 Indiana State........................W....66-62 Bradley...(OT).......................W....69-67 at Southern Illinois..................L.....58-49 Northern Iowa...................... L....75-61 at Illinois State ......................W....56-47 at Bradley .............................W....86-76 Missouri State......................W....81-57 at Evansville..........................W....69-62 at Missouri State....................W....68-62 Drake.....................................W....85-62 at Creighton............................L.....57-55 Evansville.............................W....74-66 Southern Illinois...(OT)........W....71-63 at Northern Iowa.....................L.....68-56 at Indiana State.....................W....77-58 Creighton...(OT)...................W....62-61 B George Mason .................... L....67-70 at Drake.................................W....60-58 Illinois State.........................W....64-57 * vs. Indiana State....................W....81-63 * vs. Bradley..............................L.....60-52 ** vs. Seton Hall........................W....86-66 ** vs. Tennessee........................W....80-73 # vs. George Mason..................L.....63-55

at LSU....................................W....57-53 Missouri-Kansas City..........W....85-55 at Syracuse............................W....64-61 at Wyoming............................W....83-69 $ Maryland-Eastern Shore.....W.. 102-46 $ Kennesaw State...................W....74-65 % vs. New Mexico......................L.....71-68 % vs. USC..................................L.....60-56 Northern Iowa...................... L....63-59 at Southern Illinois..................L.....73-68 Bradley.................................W....84-63 at Missouri State.....................L.....95-87 at Indiana State......................L.....68-63 Evansville.............................W....69-56 Creighton..............................W....62-59 at Illinois State........................L.....83-75 at Bradley...............................L.....78-63 Drake.....................................W....82-77 at Evansville..........................W....66-61 at Northern Iowa....................W....85-63 Southern Illinois.................. L....54-46 Indiana State........................W....61-45 Illinois State.........................W....69-64 at Drake..................................L.....62-58 B Appalachian State............... L....60-58 Missouri State..................... L....71-65 at Creighton...........................L.....71-54 * vs. Missouri State..................L.....67-64 $ Holiday Classic Tourn. (Wichita, KS)


Scott Spinelli

Associate Head Coach (2nd year) Alma Mater . ........................................ Boston University ’89

Leadership

Hometown................................................. Leominster, Mass.

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eteran coach Scott Spinelli is in his second year as associate head coach at Texas A&M. Spinelli served one season as associate head coach under Turgeon last year at Wichita State. Prior to that, he was an assistant at Nebraska for three seasons, when he helped land two nationallyranked recruiting classes. He was the Cornhuskers’ associate head coach in 2005-06. Among the players he signed at Nebraska were All-Big 12 center Aleks Maric. From 2001-03, Spinelli was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Loyola-Chicago. He helped the Ramblers to 32 wins over two seasons (2001-02 and 2002-03) — the program’s most in a two-year span since the mid-1980s — including a berth in the championship game of the 2002 Horizon League Tournament. Spinelli recruited and developed Paul McMillan, a junior college transfer who won the Horizon League’s Newcomer-of-the-Year Award in 2003. His first recruiting class for the Ramblers also included Terrance Whiters, who was ranked among the top 70 overall prospects in the country and among the top 20 point guards by ESPN.com. Spinelli has been recognized by several media outlets as one of the nation’s top assistant coaches. Before joining the Ramblers, Spinelli spent one year as a scout for the Philadelphia 76ers, evaluating players in the Big East and Atlantic 10 conferences, along with high school players from the Northeast. Spinelli served as an assistant coach for Cincinnati of the International Basketball League (IBL) in 19992000, helping the Stuff to an Eastern Conference

The Spinelli File Education

Boston University...................................................... 1989 B.S. in Education

Coaching Career

Milford Academy, head coach.................................................1990-93 Winchendon School, head coach...........................................1993-96 Wyoming, assistant coach......................................................1996-97 American, associate head coach............................................1997-99 Cincinnati Stuff, assistant coach.............................................1999-00 Philadelphia 76ers, scout.......................................................2000-01 Loyola-Chicago, assistant coach............................................2001-03 Nebraska, assistant coach.....................................................2003-05 Nebraska, associate head coach...........................................2005-06 Wichita State, associate head coach......................................2006-07 Texas A&M, associate head coach.........................................2007-

regular-season championship. Prior to his work in the IBL, Spinelli spent two years as associate head coach (1997-99) at American University in Washington, D.C., where he was responsible for two nationally-recognized recruiting classes. Spinelli’s first collegiate coaching stop came at Wyoming in 1996-97. He began his coaching career on the prep level in 1990 at the Milford Academy, where he spent three seasons as head coach. In 1993, Spinelli started the basketball program at The Winchendon School in Winchendon, Mass., where he produced several Division I players. The school remains one of the top prep school programs in the Northeast. The Leominster, Mass., native earned his bachelor’s degree from Boston University in 1989. As a student-athlete, Spinelli initially walked on with the Terriers before earning a scholarship as a point guard under Mike Jarvis, who went on to a successful stint as head coach at St. John’s. Spinelli and his wife, Lynn, have three children, Gianna, Gabriel and Joseph. 44


Pooh Williamson Assistant Coach (2nd year)

Alma Mater . .............................................................Tulsa ‘95 Hometown...........................................................Beggs, Okla.

The Williamson File Education

Tulsa......................................................................... 1995 B.A. in Business Management

Coaching Career

Washington State, assistant coach........................................1996-98 Illinois State, assistant coach.................................................1998-00 Tulane, assistant coach..........................................................2000-01 Tulsa, assistant coach............................................................2001-05 Tulsa, interim head coach............................................. Dec. 2004-05 Wichita State, assistant coach................................................2005-07 Texas A&M, assistant coach...................................................2007-

Pengally, who posted 120 assists as a freshman. A four-year letterwinner at Tulsa, Williamson played in 118 career games and was instrumental in Tulsa’s back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances in 1994 and 1995. As Tulsa’s point guard, Williamson averaged 38 minutes per game in six career NCAA Tournament contests. He started 63 games for the Hurricane in his final two seasons and earned first-team All-MVC and alldefensive team honors after averaging 12.8 points as a senior in 1995. Williamson completed his collegiate career ranked seventh on the school’s career assists chart and 10th on the career steals list. A native of Beggs, Okla., Williamson led Class 2A Beggs High School to two state championships. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business management from Tulsa in 1995. He and his wife, the former Rosemary Tran, have a one-year-old son, Jamal.

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lvin “Pooh” Williamson is in his second year as assistant men’s basketball coach at Texas A&M and his third as an assistant to Head Coach Mark Turgeon. Williamson followed Turgeon to A&M after two years at Wichita State, where he helped the Shockers to an NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance in 2006. “I first met Pooh when he was first getting out of college as a player,” Turgeon said. “I think he has a chance to be pretty special in this business. He has great relationships with the players. Kids are drawn to him and he’s also a tremendous teacher. He likes to work individually with players and does a great job. He has the potential to be an excellent head coach some day.” Prior to that, he was an assistant coach at Tulsa for four years (2001-05) and became the Hurricanes’ interim head coach midway through 2004-05 season. Williamson posted his first career victory with an 8363 victory vs. New Mexico State on Jan. 10, 2005. He finished the season with a 7-15 record. Williamson served as an assistant at Tulane in 2000-01. Before that, he spent two seasons as an assistant at Illinois State (1998-00), where he tutored guards Victor Williams and Tarise Bryson, the Missouri Valley Conference’s Freshman and Newcomer of the Year, respectively. Williamson spent two years (1996-98) as an assistant coach at Washington State and was instrumental in the development of starting point guard Blake


Bill Walker

Assistant Coach (2nd year)

Alma Mater . .............................................. Missouri-Rolla ‘87

Leadership

Hometown.................................................. Warrensburg, Mo.

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The Walker File

eteran college basketball coach Bill Walker is in his first year as an assistant coach at Texas A&M after serving last season as senior athletic assistant. “I’ve watched Bill’s career blossom and grow,” A&M Coach Mark Turgeon said. “He has been around the block and is a great assistant because he is always looking for ways to make your job easier. He is involved in a lot of aspects of our program and his opinion is highly respected because he has done so much in his career.” As an assistant at Minnesota from 1998-07, Walker was responsible for recruiting Big Ten Freshman of the Year Kris Humphries, who was a first-round lottery pick by the Utah Jazz in 2005. He also recruited 2005 first-team All-Big Ten performer Vincent Grier and the 2001 recruiting class that included 2002 Big Ten Freshman of the Year Rick Rickert. That class was ranked among the top 10 in the nation by many publications. The 43-year-old Walker came to the Golden Gophers after three seasons as the top assistant coach at Central Missouri State from 1996-99, where his teams posted a 51-33 record, including a 21-6 mark in 1996-97. Walker was responsible for recruiting Antonio Rivers, a Division II All-American who had a long professional career. Prior to his stint at Central Missouri State, Walker was an assistant at Missouri-St. Louis for eight years from 1989-96. The 1991-92 squad had the best record in school history with a 22-6 mark. He signed players who were named to the all-freshman team for five seasons, including two who were named freshman of the year.

Education

Missouri-Rolla........................................................... 1987 B.A. in History Alabama-Birmingham............................................... 1989 B.A. in Education

Coaching Career

UAB, assistant coach.............................................................1987-89 Missouri-St. Louis, assistant coach........................................1989-96 Central Missouri State, assistant coach.................................1996-99 Minnesota, assistant coach....................................................1999-07 Texas A&M, senior athletic assistant......................................2007-

Walker served as an assistant under Gene Bartow at Alabama-Birmingham in 1987-89. UAB finished third in the NIT in 1989. A native of Warrensburg, Mo., Walker was a standout player at Warrensburg High School. He was a three-year starter for the Tigers and helped them to a 73-6 record, earning first-team all-state honors as a senior. He played one season at State Fair Community College in Sedalia, Mo., then transferred to Missouri-Rolla, where he played for three seasons under head coach Billy Key. He earned honorable mention all-conference honors as a junior and senior. Walker earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Missouri-Rolla and a master’s degree in education from Alabama-Birmingham. His sister, Barbara, is the associate athletics director at Wake Forest and his father, Floyd, is in the Athletic Director’s Hall of Fame. Walker and his wife, Karen, have a son, Vincent (12) and a daughter, Claire (11).

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Barry Davis

Student-Athlete Development (3rd year) Alma Mater . ...................................................Texas A&M ’76 Hometown................................................... Galveston, Texas

The Davis File Education

Texas A&M................................................................ 1976 B.S. in Recreation and Parks Administration

Coaching Career

Texas A&M, assistant coach...................................................1977-82 Western Texas Junior College, head coach...........................1982-84 North Texas, assistant coach..................................................1986-88 Bryan (Texas) HS, head coach...............................................1988-94 Seguin (Texas) HS, head coach.............................................1994-96 Grand Prairie (Texas) HS, head coach...................................1996-06 Texas A&M, Director of Student-Athlete Development...........2006-

falling in overtime to eventual national champion Louisville. Davis was head coach at Western Texas College from 1982-84, earning region coach of the year honors after leading the team to a fifth-place finish in the national junior college tournament. From 1986-88, he served as an assistant coach at North Texas, helping the team to its first Southland Conference title and the only NCAA Tournament appearance in the school’s history. Davis was head coach at Bryan High School from 1988-94, earning a variety of coaching honors, and at Seguin High School from 1994-96. A native of Galveston, Davis was a standout player at Ball High School. He and his wife, Mildred, have one son, Jon Barry, and five godchildren — Tiffany, Bryan, Donovan, Ashley and Collin.

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arry Davis, considered among the greatest players in Texas A&M history, returned to his alma mater as director of student-athlete development for men’s basketball in 2006. The 54-year-old Davis was inducted into Texas A&M’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999. He came back to A&M after 10 years as head coach at Grand Prairie (Texas) High School, where he had an impressive 179-124 record. “Barry has been very important in the transition between staffs,” A&M Coach Mark Turgeon said. “He’s from here and knows a lot of people. His knowledge of the university and the state of Texas has been very important to us. He’s a great person and he loves Texas A&M and Aggie basketball. Barry been a great addition to our staff.” Davis twice earned first-team All-Southwest Conference honors after helping the Aggies win consecutive conference titles in 1975 and 1976. The 1975 squad finished 20-7 — the first 20-win season in school history — and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The 1976 Aggies went 21-6 with Davis serving as team co-captain. Davis joined Shelby Metcalf’s staff as an assistant coach from 1977-82, helping the Aggies to a 24-9 record in 1978-79 and a school-record 26-8 mark in 1979-80. The 1978-79 team posted wins against Indiana, Kentucky and UNLV, while the 1979-80 team beat North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament before


Mike Rohn

Dir. of Basketball Operations (2nd year) Alma Mater . ......................................McPherson College ’90

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ike Rohn is in his second year as director of basketball operations at Texas A&M after spending seven years as an assistant coach to Mark Turgeon at Wichita State. “Mike has been with me for a long time and is very loyal,” Turgeon said. “He understands what I want in the office and how I like to do things. I lean on him pretty heavily for a lot of things. He handles probably the most important thing that we do here, which is academics. Mike also is an excellent recruiter and a big-time coach.” Prior to WSU, he served three seasons as head coach (1996-00) at Dodge City (Kan.) Community College, where he built a 55-38 record, including a 21-10 mark in 1999-00. Rohn was an assistant coach at Dodge City from 1993-96. Rohn was a graduate assistant coach at Fort Hays State (1991-1993) while earning a master’s degree in Sports Administration and Coaching. He also served as an assistant coach at Colby Community College (1990-91) after one season as an assistant at his alma mater, McPherson College (1989-90). Rohn earned a bachelor’s degree in physical

The Rohn File Education

McPherson College.................................................. 1990 B.S. in Physical Education Fort Hays State......................................................... 1993 M.S. in Sports Administration/Coaching

Coaching Career

McPherson College, assistant coach.....................................1989-91 Colby Community College, assistant coach...........................1990-91 Fort Hays State, graduate assistant coach.............................1991-93 Dodge City Community College, assistant coach...................1993-96 Dodge City Community College, head coach.........................1996-00 Wichita State, assistant coach................................................2000-07 Texas A&M, director of basketball operations.........................2007-

education in 1990 from McPherson, where he was a two-time all-conference selection. He was named the league’s newcomer of the year as a junior and was the conference player of the year as a senior. He also was named McPherson’s Male Athlete of the Year in 1989. Rohn transferred to McPherson after playing two seasons at Dodge City Community College. Mike, and his wife, Stephanie, have two daughters, Raegen and Rylee.

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Byron Smith

Senior Athletic Assistant (2nd year) Alma Mater . ........................................................Houston ’91 Hometown.....................................................Bossier City, La.

The Smith File Education

Houston.................................................................... 1991 B.S. in Kinesiology

Coaching Career

Houston, Director of Basketball Operations...........................1998-00 Texas Southern, interim head coach......................................2001 McLennan Community College, assistant coach....................2001-02 Harlem Globetrotters, interim head coach..............................2002-03 AAU Houston Swoosh, head coach.......................................2004-07 Texas A&M, assistant coach...................................................2007-

91, twice earning All-Southwest Conference honors under Coach Pat Foster. Prior to that, he was an allconference player at Tyler Junior College in 1988-89 and played at Northwestern State in 1987-88. A native of Bossier City, La., Smith earned allstate honors as a senior at Airline High School after leading the state in scoring with a 30.6 average. After graduating from UH in 1991, Smith played professional basketball overseas for six seasons, including four years in Australia. He also played in Turkey and Greece. Smith and his wife, Melanie (A&M Class of ¹91) have two children — five-year-old Christopher and three-year-old Kayla.

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yron Smith is in his second year as a member of Mark Turgeon’s talented staff and his first as senior athletic assistant. He served as assistant coach last season. Smith has experience in all levels of basketball in Texas. He was the head coach of the highly-successful Houston Swoosh AAU program for the last three seasons. Prior to that, he was the interim head coach of the Harlem Globetrotters in 2002-03. “I’ve been very impressed with Byron,” Turgeon said. “He has a chance to be a star in this business. He has the work habits, dedication and knowledge that it takes to be successful. He has been around the game at all levels and he has the chance to be a big time recruiter. I have been especially impressed with his knowledge of the game. He studies the game and is a very good teacher.” In 2001-02, he served as an assistant coach at McClennan Community College in Waco, helping the team to the regional finals. He was the interim head coach at Texas Southern late in the 2000-01 season. Smith was the director of basketball operations at his alma mater, the University of Houston, under Clyde Drexler from 1998-00. Smith was a standout player at UH from 1989-


Dustin Clark

Athletic Assistant (3rd year)

Alma Mater . ...................................................Texas A&M ’07

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ustin Clark is in his third season with the Texas A&M basketball program. After serving as a student assistant in 200607, he was promoted to athletic assistant by Head Coach Mark Turgeon prior to last season. “Dustin has been very successful in things beside basketball, Future Farmers of America and things like that, but he wants to be a coach,” Turgeon said. “He is very dedicated, loyal and he loves Texas A&M. He is highly organized and helps us do a lot of things with our recruiting database and with our camps. He has been tremendous for us.” His duties include coordinating film exchange, directing the Elite and Junior Elite camps, maintaining the recruiting database, coordinating recruiting correspondence and other team-related tasks. As a student assistant, Clark organized and maintained the recruiting database, implemented the recruiting mass mail-out system, coordinated the Junior Elite Camp, helped prepare scouting reports,

Education

Texas A&M................................................................ 2007 B.S. in Agricultural Leadership

Professional Career

Texas A&M, student assistant.................................................2006-07 Texas A&M, athletic assistant.................................................2007-

assisted with camps and performed other duties. The 2006-07 Aggies advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 1980, recorded the most wins in school history, posted the highest national ranking in school annals and placed second in the Big 12, A&M’s best finish since Big 12 play began in 1997. A native of Waxahachie, Texas, Clark received his degree from Texas A&M in 2007. Clark graduated from Avalon High School, where he was a four-year letterman in both basketball and baseball. In 200203, he served as national vice president of FFA.

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Stephen Gentry

Video Coordinator (2nd year)

Alma Mater . ....................................................... Gonzaga ‘05 Hometown..................................................... Fort Scott, Kan.

Education

Gonzaga................................................................... 2005 B.S. in Sports Administration Gonzaga................................................................... 2006 M.S. in Sport and Athletic Administration

Professional Career

Miami Heat, video intern.........................................................2006-07 Texas A&M, video coordinator................................................2007-

reer. Gentry played in 18 career games and started against San Francisco as a senior. At Fort Scott (Kan.) High School, Gentry twice earned all-state honors and was an honorable mention selection as a sophomore. He averaged 19.8 points as a senior, making 84.6 percent from the free-throw line and 42.0 percent from three-point range in leading the team to the Kansas Class 5A state tournament. Gentry finished his prep career with 1,060 career points, breaking the school record set by his brother, Michael. He also was a high school honor student, graduating with a 3.95 grade point average. At Gonzaga, he made the dean’s and president’s lists.

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tephen Gentry is in his second season as video coordinator for the Texas A&M men’s basketball program. Gentry came to A&M after one year as a video intern for the NBA’s Miami Heat and legendary Head Coach Pat Riley. The Heat won the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference in Gentry’s season with the franchise. “If you know anything about pro basketball, you know that Pat Riley demands the most out of his video guys in the NBA,” A&M Coach Mark Turgeon said. “He’s worked long hours and he knows how to use the equipment quickly and efficiently. His experience with Coach Riley at that level will help us take video to a new level here.” Prior to his stint with the Heat, Gentry played four seasons of college basketball at Gonzaga, lettering three times as a guard. He was teammates with Adam Morrison, the 2006 college player of the year. During Gentry’s four years, the Zags built a 107-20 record, winning four straight West Coast Conference titles. Gonzaga advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in 2006 and made the second round of the NCAA Tournament three other times in his ca-


Garry Gibson

Scholastic Supervisor (3rd year) Alma Mater . .................................................. Austin Peay ‘03

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Hometown..............................................................Corbin, Ky.

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arry Gibson is in his third season as the scholastic supervisor for the Texas A&M men’s basketball program. He is responsible for monitoring the student-athletes academic progress and assisting in all areas of their academic lives. “Garry is the liaison between our players and their professors,” A&M Coach Mark Turgeon said. “I expect a lot from Garry in keeping us informed about what’s going on with our student-athletes in the classroom. He has a good understanding of how things work and what our players need to be successful academically. I have been impressed with Garry and I know he really cares about our players. He figures out ways to help kids graduate with the degrees they want.” Prior to arriving at A&M in 2006, Gibson served as assistant athletic director for academic and student services at Texas-Pan American in 2005-06. He was the senior academic counselor at Vanderbilt from 1996-05. At Vanderbilt, he twice received recognition with 100 percent of his student-athletes graduating in 1997 and 2001. Overall, 97 percent of the Vanderbilt student-athletes who completed their eligibility during

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Austin Peay.............................................................. 2003 B.S. in Public Management

Professional Career

Vanderbilt, senior academic counselor...................................1996-05 Texas-Pan American, Asst. AD/Academics............................2005-06 Texas A&M, scholastic supervisor..........................................2006-

his tenure received their degrees. Before entering college athletics, Gibson served more than 20 years in the United States Marine Corps. He was a scout sniper instructor and drill instructor after serving in the infantry. He also worked in the U.S. State Department and in the office of U.S. Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney, who went on to become Vice President. He was an NROTC instructor at Vanderbilt. Gibson received more than 20 personal and unit awards while in the Marine Corps. He is pursuing a master’s degree in Strategic Leadership from Austin Peay. He has been married to the former Hala Najjar of Beirut, Lebanon, for 27 years. They have two dogs, Tasha and Sara.

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Matt Doles

Trainer (5th year)

Alma Mater . ................................................. New Mexico ’99 Hometown................................................. Albuquerque, N.M.

Education

New Mexico.............................................................. 1999 B.S. in Athletic Training New Mexico.............................................................. 2001 M.A. in Sports Management

Professional Career

New Mexico, assistant athletic trainer....................................1999-02 UTEP, men’s basketball athletic trainer..................................2002-04 Texas A&M, men’s basketball athletic trainer.........................2004-

UNM’s summer sports camps. In addition to handling athletic training duties, he also assisted in the administration of the camps. In the spring of 2001, Doles was athletic trainer for the New Mexico Activities Association, providing medical coverage for the New Mexico high school state basketball championships at UNM’s University Arena. In the summer of 2000, he worked as a volunteer at the New Mexico Games and was in charge of event management at several venues. He was a guest speaker at the Society for the Study of the Legal Aspects of Sports and Physical Activity Conference in 2000. Doles is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association. He and his wife, the former Deanna Johnson, have a one-year-old daughter, Angelica Rae.

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The Doles File

att Doles is in his fifth season as assistant athletic trainer at Texas A&M after working two years at the University of Texas-El Paso. “Matt is a worker,” A&M Coach Mark Turgeon said. “A trainer walks a fine line between babying a kid and figuring out how to get them back on the court. Matt has that figured out. The guys respect him, which is important in his position. They know he is there to try and make them better. He’s been very thorough and has an important job.” Doles is responsible for all athletic training duties for men’s basketball and also works with the nationally-ranked men’s golf program. While at UTEP, Doles worked with the men’s basketball and men’s and women’s track and field programs. He also taught several athletic training clinical classes as well as a sports management class. Doles worked with the UTEP women’s basketball team his first year. A native of Albuquerque, Doles graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. He received a master’s degree in sports administration from UNM in 2001. While at New Mexico, he served as the graduate assistant trainer for women’s volleyball, women’s swimming and diving, track and field and football. From 1999-01, Doles worked as a trainer at


Vern Banks

Strength Coach (10th year)

Alma Mater . ...................................................Texas A&M ’81

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Hometown..........................................................Frisco, Texas

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n his 10th year as assistant strength and conditioning coach at Texas A&M, Vern Banks coordinates all phases of strength training for the men’s basketball program and the nationallyranked men’s and women’s track teams. “Vern is a guy who has been at the highest level of his profession,” A&M Coach Mark Turgeon said. “He has done a great job of working with me to understand what I want out of my athletes and then putting his own touch on it. The players really respect him and work hard for him and he’s a good family man. I’ve been impressed with his knowledge. He works with us to make these young men the strongest and best-conditioned athletes they can be.” Banks came to A&M after three years as head strength and conditioning coach at LSU and two seasons as head strength coach for the NFL’s Denver Broncos. Banks has worked with many top athletes in his career, including former NBA players Kurt Rambis, Sidney Green and Charles Oakley, major league baseball player Brian Johnson, Olympic swimmers Janet Evans and Jay Mortenson, professional tennis players Patrick McEnroe, Tami Whitlinger and Katy Jordan, and volleyball Olympians Scott Fortune and Kim Odom. A 1981 graduate of Texas A&M with a degree in parks and recreation management, Banks served as a graduate assistant strength coach at the University of Houston in 1985-86 while completing course work

The Banks File Education

Texas A&M................................................................ 1981 B.A. in Parks & Recreation Management

Professional Career

Houston, graduate assistant strength coach..........................1985-86 Wyoming, assistant strength coach........................................1986-87 Stanford, assistant strength coach.........................................1987-90 Colorado, assistant strength coach........................................1990-91 Wyoming, head strength coach..............................................1992-93 Denver Broncos, head strength coach...................................1993-95 LSU, head strength coach......................................................1996-99 Texas A&M, assistant strength & conditioning coach.............1999-00

toward his master’s degree in exercise science. In 1986-87, he served as an assistant strength coach at Wyoming and from 1987-90 was an assistant strength coach at Stanford. In 1990-91, he was an assistant strength coach at Colorado, helping the Buffaloes to the 1990 national football championship. In 1992, he returned to Wyoming for one year as head strength coach before being named head strength coach with the Denver Broncos. A native of Frisco, Texas, Banks lettered in football and track at Dulles High School in Stafford, Texas. Banks is a three-time state champion power lifter, winning titles in Wyoming in 1987 and in California in 1989 and 1990. He is married to the former Mary Weibler of Quebec, Canada and they have two children — Vernon James (13) and Halle Kristine (10).

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Colin Killian

Associate SID (22nd year)

Alma Mater . ...................................................Texas Tech ’84 Hometown............................................................Hobbs, N.M.

Education

Texas Tech................................................................ 1984 B.A. in Journalism

Professional Career

Corpus Christi Caller-Times, sports writer..............................1984 The Dallas Morning News, correspondent.............................1984-86 Lewisville News, sports writer.................................................1986 Lewisville News, sports editor................................................1986-87 Texas A&M, assistant SID......................................................1987-96 Texas A&M, associate SID.....................................................1996-

92 all-conference and 19 All-America citations. In 2006-07, Acie Law IV became the most decorated basketball player in A&M history, winning the Bob Cousy Award as the nation’s top point guard as well as numerous other honors. Killian has received more than 65 publication and writing awards from the College Sports Information Directors of America, including several “Best in the Nation” awards. The last three men’s basketball yearbooks were judged “Best in the Nation.” Two of the covers also were cited as “Best in the Nation.” He has written freelance articles for a variety of national and regional publications. Killian is a member of the the U.S. Basketball Writers Association, Public Relations Society of America, College Sports Information Directors of America, Texas Sports Writers Association and the Football Writers Association of America. He was an all-district golfer in high school and played at New Mexico Junior College in 1980. Killian and his wife, Jennifer ’89, have a 7-year-old son, Cole Reagan, who already dribbles better than his dad.

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n his 22nd year with the Texas A&M Athletic Department, Colin Killian has an accomplished background in athletic media relations, event management and sports journalism. The dean of Big 12 basketball SIDs, Killian has worked four NCAA Final Fours (1998, 2004, 2007, 2008) and three NCAA Midwest Regionals (1994, 1997, 2003), He also has attended 25 straight conference basketball tournaments, 11 football bowl games and more than 30 NCAA championship events. The 46-year-old Killian has served as commentator for the A&M Basketball Radio Network since 1989 and has been a guest speaker at a variety of events, including the 1998 National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics meetings at the 1998 Final Four in San Antonio. Killian was media director for the 2002 Space City Hoops Classic in Houston, a college basketball tripleheader that featured teams from four conferences and was the first basketball event played at Reliant Stadium, site of the 2011 Final Four. He served as a press officer at the 1993 and 1994 U.S Olympic Festivals and was selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee as press attache for the U.S. delegation at the 1995 World University Games in Japan. A 1984 graduate of Texas Tech with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, Killian worked as a sportswriter and editor in Lewisville and Corpus Christi before coming to A&M as an assistant to legendary SID Johnny Keith in 1987. Athletes he has promoted at A&M have earned


Dr. Elsa A. Murano President (1st year)

Alma Mater . ....................................Florida International ‘81

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positions in which she served until being appointed President. As Vice Chancellor and former Director of Texas AgriLife Research (formerly the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station), she led a transformation of agricultural programs and four state agencies within the Texas A&M University System. While serving as Dean, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences experienced significant growth in enrollment and enhancement of its teaching, research and service endeavors. In conjunction with her deanship, Dr. Murano chaired a blue-ribbon task force to study ways for enhancing the undergraduate experience at the University, which has ultimately become known as “The Murano Report.” A noted expert on food safety, Dr. Murano was principal investigator or co-principal investigator in research projects totaling more than $8.7 million during her professorial career, initially at Iowa State University and continuing at Texas A&M. She has been widely published, as author or co-author of seven books, book chapters or monographs, and scores of scholarly papers, abstracts and related materials. Dr. Murano began her professorial career in 1990 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Preventative Medicine at Iowa State, the position she held prior to joining the Texas A&M faculty. She received a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from Florida International University, and earned both a master’s degree in anaerobic microbiology and a doctorate in food science and technology from Virginia Tech. She is married to Dr. Peter S. Murano, Associate Professor of Nutrition and Food Science and Director of Texas A&M’s Institute for Obesity Research and Program Development.

he 23rd President of Texas A&M University, Dr. Elsa Murano is the first woman and first Hispanic-American to lead the oldest public institution of higher learning in Texas. Dr. Murano worked her way up the academic ranks and into administration from an unconventional beginning. At the age of 2, her family departed from Havana, Cuba, when Fidel Castro came into power. After living in several Latin American countries, she and her family settled in Miami when she was 14 years old. At that time, she only knew Spanish, a language in which she is still fluent, but quickly mastered English and launched an educational career that carried her through the doctoral ranks. Her association with the university dates to 1995, when she joined the Texas A&M faculty as an Associate Professor in the Department of Animal Science and Associate Director of the Center for Food Safety within the Institute for Food Science and Engineering. Dr. Murano was named Director of the Center in 1997 and served in that position until 2001. She rose to the rank of Professor and was named holder of the Sadie Hatfield Professorship in Agriculture. Dr. Murano interrupted her A&M service in 2001 when President George W. Bush asked her to serve as Under Secretary for Food Safety for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, making her the highestranking food safety official in the U.S. government. In leading the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service, she was responsible for an agency with a budget of approximately $1 billion and about 10,000 employees, with the mission of working to improve public health through the application of science. She returned to A&M in 2005 as Vice Chancellor and Dean of Agriculture and Life Sciences, joint 56


Bill Byrne

Director of Athletics (6th year)

Alma Mater . .................................................. Idaho State ’67 Hometown........................................................... Rigby, Idaho

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into the future. At the forefront of decisions was the well-being and welfare for the student-athletes, and his desire to provide the very best in facilities and services for those young people. Byrne grew up in Idaho and received two degrees from Idaho State. He served as student body president and received his bachelor’s degree in business in 1967. Byrne finished work on his master’s degree in business in 1971. He began his career as director of alumni relations at Idaho State from 1971-76. In 1976, he moved to the University of New Mexico and served as the executive director of the New Mexico Lobo Club from 1976-79. He became an assistant athletic director at San Diego State from 1980-82. In May of 1984, Byrne became one of the youngest athletic directors in Division I as he took over the reins of the University of Oregon athletic department. He established fund-raising offices in Portland and southern Oregon and set up a full-time marketing and promotions operation, which blossomed to encompass the Oregon Sports Network for statewide in-house production of Duck’s games on radio and television. Byrne led the $19 million fund drive that resulted in new homes for the Oregon football team and athletic offices. He served as chairman of the Pac-10 Conference Executive Committee and was the National Athletic Fundraisers Association National Fundraiser of the Year in 1985. Byrne and his wife, Marilyn, have two sons and two grandsons.

ill Byrne began his duties as Texas A&M athletics director in January of 2003 and quickly has established A&M as one of the top overall athletic programs in the country. He served as the University of Nebraska’s Director of Athletics from 1992-2002. A&M won a record seven Big 12 titles in 2006-07 and topped that performance with eight in 2007-08, winning the Big 12 all-sports crown awarded by SI.com and ranking 11th nationally. Byrne is a national leader in collegiate athletics, as well as on the conference level. He served as President of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) in 1991-92 and is in his ninth year on their Executive Committee. Byrne was named the Central Region NACDA/Continental Athletic Director of the Year and was recognized by the American Football Foundation in 1999. He served as vice-president and secretary-treasurer of the College Football Association (CFA) and has served on the NCAA Special Committee on Marketing and Licensing as well as the Committee on Special Events. Byrne is a member of the NCAA Championships Cabinet and a member of the NCAA Football Committee. On the conference level, he served as chairman of the Big 12 Conference Board of Athletic Directors and was a key person in the formation of the league. During his tenure, Byrne built the 23-sport Cornhusker program and placed it among the nation’s elite. He established a stable financial base to build successful programs across the board, and well


Board of Regents Bill Jones

James P. Wilson

Chairman Austin

Sugarland

Lowry Mays

John D. White

San Antonio

Leadership

Vice Chairman Houston

Morris Foster Houston

J.L. Huffines

Gene Stallings

Dallas

Powderly

Erle Nye

Ida Clement Steen

Dallas

San Antonio

Lupe Fraga

Anthony Cullins

Houston

Student Regent Dallas

Athletics Council Robert H. Strawser

Thomas E. Wehrly

Accounting

Statistics / Chairman

Christine Townsend

Richard L. Carlson

Recreation, Parks & Tourism Sciences

Geology & Geosciences

Tom Adair

Elena Castell-Perez

Physics/NCAA Faculty Representative

Biological and Agricultural Engineering

Anne McGowan Accounting

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Season Notebook In the Rankings

A&M IN THE POLLS

nA&M fell out of both polls on Feb. 25, the first time A&M was unranked since the final poll of 2006. nA&M had appeared in both polls for 36 consecutive weeks, a school record. Prior to that streak, A&M had been ranked a total of 27 weeks in its entire history. nThe Aggies previously had eight-week runs in the AP poll in 1959-60 and again in 1978-79. Prior to the 200607 season, A&M had not been ranked since 1980-81. nIn the last four seasons, A&M posted 11 wins against ranked teams, including four against top 10 teams. nA&M has defeated a top 10 team in each of the last four seasons. Prior to that span, A&M had defeated a top 10 team just four times in its history.

Date Preseason Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 24 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 4 March 11 Post-Tournament

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Winning Ways

nThe Aggies were 52-18 (.743) in the last two seasons, ranking them among the winningest teams in the country in that span. nDeparted seniors Joseph Jones and Dominique Kirk were the winningest players in school history. The Aggies were 95-37 (.697) with Jones and Kirk on the roster, including a 67-10 (.870) mark at home. nBehind Kirk and Jones, A&M set a school record for wins in a four-year period (the old mark was 85-40 from 1978-82). Kirk (132) and Jones (131) each started and played in more games than any other players in A&M history.

AP 16 15 16 9 16 14 14 14 12 11 10 18 23 18 16 22 RV RV RV No Poll

Coaches 14 15 15 9 14 12 11 11 10 10 9 16 23 18 16 22 RV -- -- RV

Coach Turgeon

nA&M’s 25-11 record under Mark Turgeon marked the best coaching debut in school history and tied the record for a first-year coach at any Big 12 school.

MOST WINS BY FIRST-YEAR COACHES AT BIG 12 SCHOOLS

Youth is Served

nOf the 13 scholarship players on last year’s roster, nine were freshmen or sophomores and only two were seniors. nOnly four players on last year’s roster averaged in double figures in minutes the previous season (Joseph Jones, Dominique Kirk, Josh Carter and Donald Sloan).

Mark Turgeon, Texas A&M.............25-11.... 2007-08 Tom Penders, Texas.........................25-9...... 1988-89 Bill Self, Kansas................................24-9...... 2003-04 Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma State.........24-8...... 1990-91 Dick Harp, Kansas............................24-3...... 1956-57

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Home Domination

nSenior Joseph Jones earned second-team all-district by the NABC and was an honorable mention All-Big 12 selection. He was the MVP of the Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off in November. nJones was featured on one of five preseason Sports Illustrated covers, the first A&M basketball player to make the cover and only the second Aggie athlete (joining running back Bubba Bean in 1975). nHe started in all 131 games he played, second in school history only to teammate Dominique Kirk (132). nJones and Kirk were elected co-captains last season.

nThe Aggies tied a school record with 20 home games last season. A&M also played 20 at home in 2004-05. nA&M went 16-4 at home in 2007-08, matching the third most home victories in school history.

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Jones was the only four-time captain in A&M history. nJones scored in double figures in a school-record 97 games. The old mark was 96 by the late Vernon Smith (1977-81). nJones scored 1,679 career points with 843 rebounds and 96 blocks. He was the second player in A&M history to reach 1,600 career points with 800 rebounds (Vernon Smith, 1977-81). nJones ranks third in A&M history in scoring, sixth in rebounding, sixth in blocks, ninth in career field goal percentage (.531), and 11th in steals (125). nHe is one of two players in school history to rank in the school’s career top 10 in scoring, rebounding and steals (Rudy Woods, 1978-82).

A&M HONORS nJOSH CARTER, Junior *First-Team All-District (NABC) *Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (coaches)

nBRYAN DAVIS, Sophomore *Big 12 All-Reserve Team (media panel)

nChinemelu Elonu, Sophomore *Second-Team Academic All-Big 12

nJOSEPH JONES, Senior *Second-Team All-District (NABC) *Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (coaches) *MVP of NIT Season Tipoff (New York) *NIT Season Tipoff All-Tournament Team *Preseason Wooden Award Top 50 List *Consensus Preseason 1st-Team All-Big 12

Iron Man Kirk

nSenior Dominique Kirk set A&M and Big 12 records with 132 consecutive starts. nKirk led the team in 3-point accuracy, making .407 percent (46-of-113). He ranked second in the Big 12 in assist/turnover ratio (2.42) nKirk was named to the Big 12 All-Defense Team (media) for the second straight year. Kirk was named the Big 12’s top defender for the second straight preseason by The Sporting News. nHe normally guarded the opponents’ top offensive player. In Big 12 play, his primary assignment made just .340 from the field (51-150). nKirk led the team in scoring in the Big 12 tournament, averaging 14.3 points and making .471 (8-of-17) from three-point range. He scored a season-high 19 points against Kansas State, tying his career best with 5 three-pointers (6 attempts). nWith 382 career assists, he ranks sixth on the A&M career chart. nHe and Joseph Jones were team co-captains. nKirk ranks fourth in school history with 175 career three-point field goals. He ranks 10th in career steals with 127.

nDEANDRE JORDAN, Freshman *Big 12 All-Rookie Team (Coaches) *NIT Season Tipoff All-Tournament Team *Preseason 3rd-Team Freshman All-America

*Big 12 All-Defensive Team (media panel)

Random Notes

nThe Aggies won the title at the 2007 NIT Season TipOff with wins against Oral Roberts, UTEP, Washington and Ohio State. It was the first in-season tournament crown for the Aggies since 1989-90. nA&M ranked second in the Big 12 in field goal accuracy, making 46.7 percent. The Aggies led the nation in non-conference play. A&M made better than 50.0 percent in 15 games. nA&M made 50.0 percent from the field in its eight Big 12 wins, but shot just .353 in its eight league losses. nA&M posted 123 dunks (13.5 percent of its field goals). nA&M ranked among the top 20 nationally in rebounding margin at +7.1 per game and out-rebounded all but six opponents last season. nThe Aggies posted a 35-25 rebounding edge against Kansas in the Big 12 tournament semifinals, the Jayhawks’ largest rebounding deficit of the season. nEight different A&M players scored in double-figures in at least one game. Six players led the team in scoring. nThe Aggies ranked third in the Big 12 and among the top 20 nationally in field goal percentage defense, allowing just 39.5 percent accuracy, the second best in school history. nThe Aggies posted 145 blocked shots last season, the third most in school history and the most since they had a school record 181 in 1989-90.

Get Carter

nJunior Josh Carter was a first-team all-district by the NABC last season and was an honorable mention All-Big 12 pick by the league’s coaches for the second straight year. nCarter led the team in scoring in 14 games, including a season-high 26 points vs. BYU in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. He made 6-of-10 treys against the Cougars. He scored in double figures in 27 games. nCarter made 79-of-208 three-pointers (.380) last season, averaging 2.3 per game, despite attracting the opposing team’s top defender on a regular basis. nCarter’s 222 career three-pointers are the second most in school history. The record is 232 by Bernard King (1999-03). 61

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Big 12 Postseason Honors COACHES’ All-Big 12 Teams

Damion James, Texas, So. Education Dexter Pittman, Texas, So. Education

Second Team

(3.0-plus GPA) . ark Currie, Iowa State, Sr. Civil Engineering M Alex Thompson, Iowa State, Jr. Political Science Russell Robinson, Kansas, Sr. Comm. Studies Matt Lawrence, Missouri, Jr. Finance Taylor Griffin, Oklahoma, Jr. Exer. Science Austin Johnson, Oklahoma, Jr. Sociology Justin Mason, Texas, So. Education Ian Mooney, Texas, Sr. Advertising - Grad. Chinemelu Elonu, A&M, So. Agr. Leadership Trevor Cook, Texas Tech, So. Bus. Economics

First Team Curtis Jerrells, Baylor, Jr. Darrell Arthur, Kansas, So. Brandon Rush, Kansas, Jr. Michael Beasley, Kansas State, Fr. Blake Griffin, Oklahoma, Fr. D.J. Augustin, Texas, So.

Second Team Mario Chalmers, Kansas, Jr. Aleks Maric, Nebraska, Sr. A.J. Abrams, Texas, Jr. Damion James, Texas, So. Martin Zeno, Texas Tech, Sr.

Third Team

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Richard Roby, Colorado, Sr. Jiri Hubalek, Iowa State, Sr. Darnell Jackson, Kansas, Sr. Bill Walker, Kansas State, Fr. Byron Eaton, Oklahoma State, Jr.

Honorable Mention Henry Dugat (Baylor), Kevin Rogers (Baylor), Wesley Johnson (Iowa State), DeMarre Carroll (Missouri), James Anderson (Oklahoma State), Marcus Dove (Oklahoma State), Josh Carter (Texas A&M), Joseph Jones (Texas A&M)

All-Defensive Team Rahshon Clark, Iowa State, Sr. Mario Chalmers, Kansas, Jr. Russell Robinson, Kansas Sr. Marcus Dove, Oklahoma State, Sr. Justin Mason, Texas, So.

All-Rookie Team Michael Beasley, Kansas State, Fr. Bill Walker, Kansas State, Fr. Blake Griffin, Oklahoma, Fr. James Anderson, Oklahoma State, Fr. DeAndre Jordan, Texas A&M, Fr.

Player of the Year Michael Beasley, Kansas State

Defensive Player of the Year Marcus Dove, Oklahoma State, Sr.

Newcomer of the Year DeMarre Carroll, Missouri, Jr.

Freshman of the Year Michael Beasley, Kansas State, Fr.

Sixth Man Award Sherron Collins, Kansas, So.

Coach of the Year Rick Barnes, Texas

BIG 12 Specialty teams All-Freshman

BIG 12 WEEKLY HONORS

James Anderson, Oklahoma State Michael Beasley, Kansas State LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor Blake Griffin, Oklahoma Bill Walker, Kansas State

All-newcomer

Player of the Week

DeMarre Carroll, Missouri Ade Dagunduro, Nebraska Andre Gilbert, Kansas State Steve Harley, Nebraska Bryan Petersen, Iowa State

N12 . ..... Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. N19 . ....................Curtis Jerrells, Baylor, G, Jr. N26 . ....................... A.J. Abrams, Texas, G, Jr. D3 . ................ Damion James, Texas, G/F, So. D10 . ....................D.J. Augustin, Texas, G, So. D17 . ................. Aleks Maric, Nebraska, C, Sr. D26 . ..................... Kevin Rogers, Baylor, F, Jr. D31 . ................ Blake Griffin, Oklahoma, F, Fr. J7 . ..................Darnell Jackson, Kansas, F, Sr. D.J. Augustin, Texas, G, So. J14 . ...... Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. J21 . .........Wesley Johnson, Iowa State, F, So. J28 . .....................Curtis Jerrells, Baylor, G, Jr. Blake Griffin, Oklahoma, F, Fr. F4 ...........................J.T. Tiller, Missouri, G, So. Aleks Maric, Nebraska, C, Sr. F11 ......................... A.J. Abrams, Texas, G, Jr. F18 ........ Byron Eaton, Oklahoma State, G, Jr. F25 ......................D.J. Augustin, Texas, G, So. M3 ........................ Kevin Rogers, Baylor, F, Jr. Brandon Rush, Kansas, G, Jr. M9 .................Sherron Collins, Kansas, G, So. Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr.

All-defense

Conner Atchley, Texas Mario Chalmers, Kansas Marcus Dove, Oklahoma State Dominique Kirk, Texas A&M Russell Robinson, Kansas

All-improved

Conner Atchley, Texas Darnell Jackson, Kansas Longar Longar, Oklahoma Leo Lyons, Missouri Alan Voskuil, Texas Tech

All-reserve

Sherron Collins, Kansas Bryan Davis, Texas A&M LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor Sasha Kaun, Kansas Obe Muonelo, Oklahoma State

Rookie of the Week

All-Underrated Tony Crocker, Oklahoma Marcus Hall, Colorado Justin Mason, Texas Kevin Rogers, Baylor Juri Hubalek, Iowa State

Academic All-Big 12 First Team

(3.2-plus GPA) Josh Lomers, Baylor, So. Pre-Business Mark Shepherd, Baylor, Sr. MBA Jeremy Case, Kansas, Sr. Grad Courses Sasha Kaun, Kansas, Sr. Comp. Science Clent Stewart, Kansas State, Sr. Business Paul Velander, Nebraska, Jr. Bio. Sciences Connor Atchley, Texas, Jr. Corp. Comm. D.J. Augustin, Texas, So. Education

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N12 . ...........James Anderson, Okla. St., G, Fr. N19 . ..... Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. N26 . ..............LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor, G, Fr. D3 . .............. Craig Brackins, Iowa State, F, Fr. James Anderson, Okla. St., G, Fr. D10 . .............. Bill Walker, Kansas State, F, Fr. D17 . ........... Ade Dagunduro, Nebraska, G, Jr. D26 . ..... Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. D31 . ......... John Roberson, Texas Tech, G, Fr. J7 . ............ John Roberson, Texas Tech, G, Fr. J14 . ................. Blake Griffin, Oklahoma, F, Fr. J21 . ............... Bill Walker, Kansas State, F, Fr. J28 . ...... Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. F4 ......... Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. F11 ....... Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. F18 ....... Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. F25 ....... Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. M3 ........ Michael Beasley, Kansas State, F, Fr. M9 .................LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor, G, Fr.


Final Results RECORD All Games Conference Non-Conference DATE

OVERALL 25-11 8-8 14-1

OPPONENT

HOME 16-4 4-4 12-0

AWAY 4-5 4-4 0-1

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NEUTRAL 5-2 0-0 2-0 HIGH POINTS

HIGH REBOUNDS

ATTENDANCE Home Big 12 Home Away Neutral Overall

GAMES 20 8 9 5 34

TOTALS 206,860 98,458 129,487 71,133 380,510

AVG 10,343 12,307 12,783 14,227 11,192

Largest Home Win: 44 (98-54) vs. Texas Tech

Largest Home Loss: 17 (72-55) vs. Kansas

Largest Road/Neutral Win: 23 (70-47) vs. Ohio State

Largest Road/Neutral Loss: 27 (77-50) at Texas 27 (64-37) at Oklahoma

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HIGH ASSISTS Kirk-6 Roland-4 Kirk-4 Kirk-5 Kirk-4 Kirk-5 Sloan-8 Davis-5 Davis-7 Kirk-6 Sloan-5 Sloan-5 Kirk-7 Kirk-6 Kirk-4 Jones-6 Jones/Sloan-2 Sloan/Carter-2 Sloan-7 Sloan-3 Kirk/Sloan-5 Kirk-4 Sloan-4 Sloan-5 Kirk/Sloan-3 Kirk-3 Sloan-6 Sloan-6 Kirk-1 Kirk/Sloan-2 Kirk-4 Sloan-9 Sloan-7 Kirk-7 Sloan-6 Kirk-5

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Nov. 9 MCNEESE STATE (FSN) W, 73-50 9276 Carter-14 Davis-9 Nov. 13 $ORAL ROBERTS (ESPNU) W, 67-53 8442 Carter-15 Jordan-8 Nov. 14 $UTEP (ESPNU) W, 81-76 8429 Carter-23 Jordan-12 Nov. 17 OUACHITA BAPTIST W, 85-59 8237 Davis-15 Jordan-10 Nov. 21 %vs. Washington (ESPN2) W, 77-63 8388 Sloan-18 Jordan-10 Nov. 23 %vs. Ohio State (ESPN2) W, 70-47 6054 Roland-15 Jordan-8 Nov. 28 ALABAMA (ESPNU) W, 76-63 10328 Sloan-15 Roland-7 Dec. 2 at Arizona (FSN) L, 78-67 14598 Carter-17 Carter-5 Dec. 8 TEXAS STATE (FSN) W, 109-73 9879 Jordan/Sloan-18 Jordan-9 Dec. 16 ARK.-PINE BLUFF (FSN) W, 64-37 7789 Carter-16 Davis-9 Dec. 19 DETROIT W, 79-39 8912 Jordan-14 Jordan-8 Dec. 22 UC IRVINE W, 88-66 8064 Kirk/Sloan-14 Elonu-7 Dec. 29 FLORIDA A&M (FSN) W, 83-54 8089 Carter-20 Elonu-9 Dec. 31 RICE (FSN) W, 68-41 8702 Carter/Jordan-16 Jordan-12 Jan. 5 LSU (ESPNU) W, 79-53 12255 Sloan-17 Elonu-6 Jan. 12 COLORADO (ESPN+) W, 86-69 12634 Kirk-15 Jordan-9 Jan. 16 at Texas Tech (ESPN2) L, 68-53 11268 Carter/Jones-11 Jones-9 Jan. 19 at Kansas State (ESPN) L, 75-54 12528 Carter-13 Jordan-6 Jan. 23 #25 BAYLOR 5 OT L, 116-110 12234 Davis-30 Davis-14 Jan. 26 at Oklahoma State (ESPN) W, 59-56 12452 Carter-13 Jones-8/Sloan-8 Jan. 30 #10 TEXAS (ESPN2) W, 80-63 13555 Carter-19 Carter-10 Feb. 2 OKLAHOMA (ESPN+) W, 60-52 13158 Jones-18 Davis-8 Feb. 5 at Iowa State (ESPN+) W, 69-51 11955 Davis-16 Davis-7 Feb. 9 at Missouri (ESPN+) W, 77-69 12742 Sloan-21 Davis-11 Feb. 16 OKLAHOMA STATE (ABC) L, 59-54 13584 Jordan-15 Carter-6 Feb. 18 at #7 Texas (ESPN) L, 77-50 16755 Carter-11 Jones-8 Feb. 23 NEBRASKA (ESPN+) L, 65-59 11207 Roland-13 Jordan-8 Feb. 27 TEXAS TECH (ESPN+) W, 98-54 10032 Kirk-16 Jordan-10 March 1 at Oklahoma (ESPN) L, 64-37 12202 Carter/Jordan-10 Four Players-3 March 5 at Baylor (ESPN2) W, 71-57 10545 Carter/Sloan-17 Jordan-10 March 8 #5 KANSAS (CBS) L, 72-55 12054 Kirk/Sloan-15 Jordan-8 March 13 @vs Iowa State (ESPN2) W, 60-47 18758 Kirk/Sloan-12 Sloan-9 March 14 @vs Kansas State (ESPN+) W, 63-60 18897 Kirk-19 Elonu-7 March 15 @vs #5 Kansas (ESPN2) L, 77-71 18897 Davis-16 Davis-7 March 20 ^vs. #23 Brigham Young (CBS) W, 67-62 17600 Carter-26 Jones-12 March 22 ^vs. #2 UCLA (CBS) W, 51-49 17600 Sloan-12 Kirk-8 $-Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off (College Station); %--Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off (New York City); @-Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship (Kansas City); ^NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds (Anaheim, Calif.)


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Player Carter, Josh....... Jones, Joseph...... Sloan, Donald...... Davis, Bryan....... Kirk, Dominique.... Jordan, DeAndre.... Roland, Derrick.... Elonu, Chinemelu... Muhlbach, Beau..... Holmes, B.J........ Walkup, Nathan..... Carrell, Marshall.. Bowles, Denzel..... Lewis, Derrek...... Graham, Bryson..... Schepel, Shawn..... Darko, Andrew...... Chapman, Chris..... TEAM............... Total.............. Opponents..........

36 36

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: OFF Texas A&M..................... 139 Opponents..................... 82

DEF TOTAL 7 146 8 90

OT 12 12 OT2 4 4 OT3 10 10 OT4 9 9

909-1945 .467 211-588 817-2069 .395 218-645

1st 2nd 1226 1276 1037 1127

7325 7325 OT5 11 17

|----REBOUNDS----| Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 37 105 142 3.9 56 1 50 28 6 21 440 12.2 80 113 193 5.4 102 3 45 47 15 17 371 10.3 25 118 143 4.0 50 1 123 82 1 18 341 9.5 57 121 178 4.9 95 3 46 72 37 35 313 8.7 22 106 128 3.6 66 1 128 53 16 24 303 8.4 66 144 210 6.0 67 0 15 57 44 7 278 7.9 16 60 76 2.1 57 2 40 35 6 13 203 5.6 34 69 103 3.0 42 0 6 29 16 3 91 2.7 7 29 36 1.2 29 0 8 19 2 10 69 2.4 3 19 22 0.8 19 0 14 13 0 8 59 2.0 10 15 25 0.9 15 0 5 11 0 2 54 2.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1.0 1 5 6 0.8 1 0 2 2 1 0 7 0.9 4 3 7 0.8 3 0 2 1 0 0 6 0.7 0 1 1 0.1 7 0 0 5 0 0 9 0.6 0 2 2 0.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.3 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 62 68 130 3.6 1 4 .633 424 978 1402 38.9 611 11 486 458 145 158 2548 70.8 .650 381 767 1148 31.9 700 - 397 405 139 202 2216 61.6

FT-FTA Pct 69-84 .821 99-144 .688 76-113 .673 78-130 .600 63-82 .768 52-119 .437 26-49 .531 21-41 .512 19-28 .679 5-10 .500 4-7 .571 0-1 .000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 1-2 .500 1-3 .333 0-0 .000

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Total 2548 2216

.359 519-820 .338 364-560

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 36-36 1041 28.9 146-347 .421 79-208 .380 36-36 883 24.5 132-274 .482 8-20 .400 36-36 1094 30.4 120-287 .418 25-89 .281 36-15 820 22.8 117-220 .532 1-2 .500 36-36 1131 31.4 97-229 .424 46-113 .407 35-21 703 20.1 113-183 .617 0-0 .000 36-0 686 19.1 79-180 .439 19-68 .279 34-0 317 9.3 35-66 .530 0-0 .000 29-0 212 7.3 23-47 .489 4-13 .308 29-0 180 6.2 20-49 .408 14-35 .400 27-0 148 5.5 19-37 .514 12-27 .444 2-0 3 1.5 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 8-0 24 3.0 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 9-0 40 4.4 2-8 .250 2-7 .286 14-0 27 1.9 2-8 .250 1-6 .167 3-0 3 1.0 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 5-0 9 1.8 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-0 4 1.3 0-1 .000 0-0 .000

SCORE BY PERIODS: Texas A&M..................... Opponents.....................

## 23 30 15 00 22 12 03 41 32 11 45 50 10 02 05 24 14 31

Final Full Season Statistics

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Player CARTER, Josh....... SLOAN, Donald...... JONES, Joseph...... DAVIS, Bryan....... KIRK, Dominique.... JORDAN, DeAndre.... ROLAND, Derrick.... MUHLBACH, Beau..... HOLMES, B.J........ LEWIS, Derrek...... WALKUP, Nathan..... ELONU, Chinemelu... GRAHAM, Bryson..... DARKO, Andrew...... SCHEPEL, Shawn..... TEAM............... Total.............. Opponents..........

16 16

GP-GS 16-16 16-16 16-16 16-10 16-16 16-6 16-0 11-0 13-0 3-0 13-0 14-0 4-0 3-0 1-0

Min--Avg 500 31.3 531 33.2 416 26.0 384 24.0 538 33.6 358 22.4 310 19.4 58 5.3 58 4.5 30 10.0 55 4.2 77 5.5 4 1.0 6 2.0 0 0.0

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: OFF Texas A&M..................... 62 Opponents..................... 43

FT-FTA 32-38 41-61 46-64 45-68 31-38 31-58 9-17 13-18 0-2 0-0 0-2 3-8 3-4 1-3 0-0

DEF TOTAL 1 63 4 47

OT OT2 OT3 OT4 OT5 Total 12 4 10 9 11 - 1072 12 4 10 9 17 - 1067

|----REBOUNDS----| Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF .842 20 47 67 4.2 32 .672 15 47 62 3.9 25 .719 32 50 82 5.1 51 .662 28 55 83 5.2 47 .816 9 46 55 3.4 32 .534 26 73 99 6.2 37 .529 5 21 26 1.6 29 .722 3 11 14 1.3 8 .000 1 4 5 0.4 9 .000 3 2 5 1.7 2 .000 3 5 8 0.6 7 .375 6 14 20 1.4 11 .750 0 1 1 0.3 1 .333 0 0 0 0.0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 35 26 61 3.8 1 365-862 .423 87-264 .330 255-381 .669 186 402 588 36.8 292 387-901 .430 98-283 .346 195-289 .675 162 372 534 33.4 324

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 58-156 .372 32-89 .360 60-147 .408 14-48 .292 55-122 .451 2-8 .250 52-102 .510 0-1 .000 44-106 .415 20-55 .364 43-90 .478 0-0 .000 28-79 .354 7-32 .219 7-14 .500 1-3 .333 8-18 .444 7-14 .500 1-5 .200 1-4 .250 5-13 .385 3-10 .300 4-10 .400 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

1st 2nd 482 544 485 530

3325 3325

SCORE BY PERIODS: Texas A&M..................... Opponents.....................

## 23 15 30 00 22 12 03 32 11 02 45 41 05 14 24

Final Conference Only Statistics

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A 16 52 23 12 45 10 16 3 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 TO 12 46 26 36 18 26 11 5 4 0 4 11 0 0 0 2 7 184 201 - 198 179

FO 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stl 9 11 9 21 11 3 7 4 2 0 1 1 0 0 0

Pts 180 175 158 149 139 117 72 28 23 3 13 11 3 1 0

Avg 11.3 10.9 9.9 9.3 8.7 7.3 4.5 2.5 1.8 1.0 1.0 0.8 0.8 0.3 0.0 56 79 1072 67.0 73 93 1067 66.7

Blk 3 1 6 10 5 26 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0


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Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington vs Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs Iowa State vs Kansas State vs Kansas vs Brigham Young vs UCLA

Date Score W/L 11/09/07 73-50 W 11/13/07 67-53 W 11/14/07 81-76 W 11/17/07 85-59 W 11/21/07 77-63 W 11/23/07 70-47 W 11/28/07 76-63 W 12/02/07 67-78 L 12/08/07 109-73 W 12/16/07 64-37 W 12/19/07 79-39 W 12/22/07 88-66 W 12/29/07 83-54 W 12/31/07 68-41 W 01/05/08 79-53 W 01/12/08 86-69 W 01/16/08 53-68 L 01/18/08 54-75 L 01/23/08 110-116 Lot 01/26/08 59-56 W 01/30/08 80-63 W 02/02/08 60-52 W 02/05/08 69-51 W 02/09/08 77-69 W 02/16/08 54-59 L 02/18/08 50-77 L 02/23/08 59-65 L 02/27/08 98-54 W 03/01/08 37-64 L 03/05/08 71-57 W 03/08/08 55-72 L 03/13/08 60-47 W 03/14/08 63-60 W 03/15/08 71-77 L 03/20/08 67-62 W 03/22/08 49-51 L

|---TOTAL---| |--3-PTRS--| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 27-50 .540 6-13 .462 23-51 .451 5-12 .417 26-56 .464 6-17 .353 29-56 .518 8-20 .400 25-59 .424 5-17 .294 29-53 .547 8-20 .400 28-53 .528 6-12 .500 25-54 .463 7-15 .467 41-61 .672 7-19 .368 27-56 .482 4-14 .286 30-52 .577 9-17 .529 34-54 .630 9-19 .474 31-59 .525 6-20 .300 26-69 .377 4-17 .235 28-54 .519 5-14 .357 32-51 .627 10-18 .556 18-53 .340 5-18 .278 17-45 .378 4-10 .400 35-94 .372 4-23 .174 22-43 .512 5-13 .385 27-48 .563 7-13 .538 17-48 .354 3-12 .250 27-57 .474 8-20 .400 25-53 .472 4-15 .267 21-47 .447 4-14 .286 19-63 .302 1-14 .071 20-48 .417 7-20 .350 33-58 .569 12-29 .414 13-51 .255 2-16 .125 24-56 .429 5-12 .417 15-47 .319 6-17 .353 21-49 .429 3-12 .250 23-46 .500 7-14 .500 24-54 .444 9-26 .346 25-46 .543 8-16 .500 22-51 .431 2-10 .200 FT-FTA 13-23 16-24 23-39 19-31 22-40 4-9 14-19 10-16 20-37 6-16 10-20 11-15 15-20 12-20 18-27 12-14 12-21 16-28 36-59 10-13 19-28 23-30 7-10 23-32 8-12 11-23 12-15 20-35 9-12 18-23 19-26 15-24 10-15 14-20 9-17 3-7 Pct .565 .667 .590 .613 .550 .444 .737 .625 .541 .375 .500 .733 .750 .600 .667 .857 .571 .571 .610 .769 .679 .767 .700 .719 .667 .478 .800 .571 .750 .783 .731 .625 .667 .700 .529 .429

|----REBOUNDS----| Off Def Tot Avg 7 25 32 32.0 13 29 42 37.0 16 27 43 39.0 19 32 51 42.0 19 30 49 43.4 14 32 46 43.8 12 26 38 43.0 8 21 29 41.2 10 40 50 42.2 12 37 49 42.9 11 33 44 43.0 8 24 32 42.1 10 34 44 42.2 19 32 51 42.9 9 31 40 42.7 8 16 24 41.5 15 25 40 41.4 10 19 29 40.7 23 41 64 41.9 9 23 32 41.5 9 30 39 41.3 12 23 35 41.0 2 36 38 40.9 13 29 42 41.0 10 17 27 40.4 21 20 41 40.4 11 17 28 40.0 11 34 45 40.1 11 17 28 39.7 12 32 44 39.9 9 23 32 39.6 9 33 42 39.7 7 24 31 39.4 16 19 35 39.3 9 28 37 39.2 10 19 29 38.9

Game-by-Game Team Statistics

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PF 10 18 17 19 18 21 18 26 15 13 14 12 13 14 12 15 24 14 31 16 19 16 12 15 13 19 19 19 21 18 21 17 16 16 15 15 A 16 11 13 16 13 13 14 16 26 13 14 17 21 14 14 22 8 8 18 9 16 9 17 12 10 9 12 17 1 8 8 13 13 15 18 12 TO Blk Stl 11 5 8 16 5 3 13 2 4 17 4 2 15 5 8 15 5 3 18 7 6 14 3 1 19 10 5 11 6 4 10 7 3 6 4 5 13 3 6 9 6 5 9 3 3 7 3 8 20 1 2 14 3 6 14 7 4 16 2 6 12 1 2 9 2 9 8 6 4 14 1 4 11 3 6 12 5 4 13 4 5 8 6 5 18 3 9 10 6 3 15 3 2 12 8 6 12 3 2 13 1 1 13 0 2 11 2 2

Pts---Avg 73 73.0 67 70.0 81 73.7 85 76.5 77 76.6 70 75.5 76 75.6 67 74.5 109 78.3 64 76.9 79 77.1 88 78.0 83 78.4 68 77.6 79 77.7 86 78.2 53 76.8 54 75.5 110 77.3 59 76.4 80 76.6 60 75.8 69 75.5 77 75.6 54 74.7 50 73.8 59 73.2 98 74.1 37 72.8 71 72.8 55 72.2 60 71.8 63 71.5 71 71.5 67 71.4 49 70.8


Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington vs Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs Iowa State vs Kansas State vs Kansas vs Brigham Young vs UCLA

Date Score W/L 11/09/07 73-50 W 11/13/07 67-53 W 11/14/07 81-76 W 11/17/07 85-59 W 11/21/07 77-63 W 11/23/07 70-47 W 11/28/07 76-63 W 12/02/07 67-78 L 12/08/07 109-73 W 12/16/07 64-37 W 12/19/07 79-39 W 12/22/07 88-66 W 12/29/07 83-54 W 12/31/07 68-41 W 01/05/08 79-53 W 01/12/08 86-69 W 01/16/08 53-68 L 01/18/08 54-75 L 01/23/08 110-116 Lot 01/26/08 59-56 W 01/30/08 80-63 W 02/02/08 60-52 W 02/05/08 69-51 W 02/09/08 77-69 W 02/16/08 54-59 L 02/18/08 50-77 L 02/23/08 59-65 L 02/27/08 98-54 W 03/01/08 37-64 L 03/05/08 71-57 W 03/08/08 55-72 L 03/13/08 60-47 W 03/14/08 63-60 W 03/15/08 71-77 L 03/20/08 67-62 W 03/22/08 49-51 L

|---TOTAL---| |--3-PTRS--| FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct 20-53 .377 7-14 .500 20-55 .364 6-20 .300 28-58 .483 10-26 .385 22-61 .361 6-18 .333 26-71 .366 2-14 .143 14-58 .241 4-19 .211 26-62 .419 2-11 .182 24-47 .511 7-12 .583 26-78 .333 11-27 .407 13-63 .206 6-22 .273 14-58 .241 6-22 .273 24-54 .444 10-18 .556 22-62 .355 8-21 .381 15-56 .268 1-9 .111 23-62 .371 3-15 .200 29-47 .617 4-12 .333 22-50 .440 4-10 .400 28-54 .519 10-22 .455 35-97 .361 7-34 .206 21-51 .412 9-24 .375 22-64 .344 8-26 .308 18-44 .409 8-18 .444 21-59 .356 6-22 .273 27-59 .458 4-11 .364 22-52 .423 7-16 .438 28-60 .467 9-21 .429 23-39 .590 6-11 .545 19-58 .328 8-18 .444 24-50 .480 2-8 .250 21-63 .333 4-19 .211 27-54 .500 2-11 .182 17-62 .274 7-23 .304 25-58 .431 5-18 .278 28-52 .538 6-13 .462 24-54 .444 7-22 .318 19-44 .432 6-18 .333 FT-FTA Pct 3-3 1.000 7-11 .636 10-13 .769 9-23 .391 9-15 .600 15-24 .625 9-17 .529 23-29 .793 10-16 .625 5-6 .833 5-9 .556 8-13 .615 2-3 .667 10-16 .625 4-8 .500 7-10 .700 20-25 .800 9-16 .563 39-47 .830 5-12 .417 11-21 .524 8-13 .615 3-6 .500 11-17 .647 8-11 .727 12-14 .857 13-22 .591 8-17 .471 14-20 .700 11-15 .733 16-23 .696 6-12 .500 5-8 .625 15-20 .750 7-14 .500 7-11 .636

|----REBOUNDS----| Off Def Tot Avg 8 20 28 28.0 8 19 27 27.5 6 22 28 27.7 12 16 28 27.8 18 25 43 30.8 17 13 30 30.7 15 15 30 30.6 4 24 28 30.3 16 21 37 31.0 14 19 33 31.2 13 18 31 31.2 8 14 22 30.4 6 20 26 30.1 14 29 43 31.0 9 22 31 31.0 4 12 16 30.1 5 23 28 29.9 10 22 32 30.1 22 48 70 32.2 9 14 23 31.7 21 17 38 32.0 5 23 28 31.8 4 29 33 31.9 7 18 25 31.6 13 19 32 31.6 12 28 40 31.9 3 20 23 31.6 11 21 32 31.6 13 29 42 32.0 13 22 35 32.1 10 27 37 32.2 16 23 39 32.4 11 20 31 32.4 8 17 25 32.2 8 17 25 32.0 8 21 29 31.9 PF 20 21 28 23 30 10 18 17 30 15 17 15 15 17 20 16 18 19 38 17 23 23 9 24 14 21 16 26 16 21 23 21 14 14 15 16 A 10 7 10 9 15 5 11 15 10 7 5 12 8 5 9 18 11 16 19 12 10 10 10 12 10 13 14 14 8 8 13 12 12 17 13 7 TO Blk Stl 19 3 5 13 2 3 11 3 3 6 5 7 15 2 9 5 2 10 13 4 8 10 3 3 17 0 8 12 1 3 9 2 2 7 2 4 14 3 5 17 7 4 11 3 3 10 4 4 11 7 3 11 5 8 16 10 6 8 3 9 8 1 5 12 7 3 11 1 3 11 1 6 10 3 5 11 12 4 10 1 6 14 1 6 17 4 10 7 10 4 12 3 11 12 3 4 7 3 6 7 6 9 7 1 6 14 11 7

Game-by-Game Opponent Team Statistics

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Pts---Avg 50 50.0 53 51.5 76 59.7 59 59.5 63 60.2 47 58.0 63 58.7 78 61.1 73 62.4 37 59.9 39 58.0 66 58.7 54 58.3 41 57.1 53 56.8 69 57.6 68 58.2 75 59.1 116 62.1 56 61.8 63 61.9 52 61.4 51 61.0 69 61.3 59 61.2 77 61.8 65 61.9 54 61.6 64 61.7 57 61.6 72 61.9 47 61.4 60 61.4 77 61.9 62 61.9 51 61.6


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Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington vs Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs Iowa State vs Kansas State vs Kansas vs Brigham Young vs UCLA

Date Score 11/09/07 73-50 11/13/07 67-53 11/14/07 81-76 11/17/07 85-59 11/21/07 77-63 11/23/07 70-47 11/28/07 76-63 12/02/07 67-78 12/08/07 109-73 12/16/07 64-37 12/19/07 79-39 12/22/07 88-66 12/29/07 83-54 12/31/07 68-41 01/05/08 79-53 01/12/08 86-69 01/16/08 53-68 01/18/08 54-75 01/23/08 110-116 01/26/08 59-56 01/30/08 80-63 02/02/08 60-52 02/05/08 69-51 02/09/08 77-69 02/16/08 54-59 02/18/08 50-77 02/23/08 59-65 02/27/08 98-54 03/01/08 37-64 03/05/08 71-57 03/08/08 55-72 03/13/08 60-47 03/14/08 63-60 03/15/08 71-77 03/20/08 67-62 03/22/08 49-51

00 02 03 05 10 11 12 14 15 WL DAVIS,BRY LEWIS,DER ROLAND,DE GRAHAM,BR BOWLES,DE HOLMES,BJ JORDAN,DE DARKO,AND SLOAN,DON W 8- 9- 4 0- 0- 0 7- 2- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP 2- 0- 1 12- 2- 1 DNP 7- 4- 1 W 2- 4- 0 0- 1- 0 7- 5- 4 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 1 12- 8- 0 DNP 4- 4- 2 W 6- 4- 2 DNP 8- 6- 1 DNP DNP DNP 7-12- 0 DNP 7- 4- 1 W 15- 6- 0 3- 0- 0 9- 1- 1 2- 0- 0 2- 0- 1 7- 0- 1 12-10- 1 0- 0- 1 3- 5- 1 W 9- 6- 2 DNP 2- 2- 1 DNP DNP 3- 1- 1 8-11- 0 DNP 18- 5- 2 W 5- 2- 0 0- 0- 0 15- 3- 1 0- 0- 0 0- 1- 0 0- 0- 0 11- 8- 0 DNP 4- 4- 3 W 8- 6- 1 DNP 6- 7- 2 DNP DNP 0- 0- 1 2- 2- 0 DNP 15- 6- 8 L 10- 4- 5 DNP 5- 1- 2 DNP DNP DNP 4- 3- 1 DNP 7- 4- 0 W 4- 2- 7 0- 1- 0 6- 3- 2 1- 0- 0 2- 0- 1 9- 5- 1 18- 9- 0 0- 0- 0 18- 4- 5 W 7- 9- 1 DNP 12- 4- 0 DNP 0- 1- 0 0- 3- 0 4- 7- 0 DNP 4- 2- 4 W 10- 5- 0 DNP 7- 1- 1 3- 0- 0 DNP 8- 2- 0 14- 8- 0 DNP 5- 2- 5 W 2- 0- 4 DNP 11- 2- 1 0- 0- 0 3- 3- 0 0- 0- 0 12- 5- 0 DNP 14- 5- 5 W 13- 4- 0 DNP 4- 2- 2 DNP 0- 1- 0 2- 2- 2 15- 4- 0 DNP 6- 3- 5 W 3- 3- 1 DNP 2- 4- 1 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 2- 1- 1 16-12- 0 DNP 2- 1- 1 W 6- 3- 1 DNP 7- 3- 1 0- 0- 0 DNP 0- 0- 1 7- 5- 0 DNP 17- 5- 2 W 13- 3- 1 DNP 4- 1- 2 DNP DNP DNP 14- 9- 1 DNP 13- 2- 2 L 6- 6- 0 DNP 4- 3- 1 DNP DNP 3- 0- 0 3- 3- 1 0- 0- 0 5- 3- 2 L 4- 1- 1 0- 0- 0 3- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP DNP 5- 6- 0 0- 0- 0 10- 4- 2 OL 30-14- 1 DNP 5- 2- 1 DNP DNP 6- 1- 1 8- 8- 1 DNP 18- 7- 7 W 6- 2- 1 DNP 0- 1- 2 DNP DNP 6- 0- 0 2- 3- 0 DNP 10- 8- 3 W 9- 5- 2 DNP 0- 4- 2 DNP DNP 0- 0- 0 10- 5- 1 DNP 9- 3- 5 W 13- 8- 0 DNP 0- 0- 1 DNP DNP 0- 0- 0 4- 5- 0 DNP 10- 3- 1 W 16- 7- 2 DNP 9- 1- 2 0- 0- 0 DNP 0- 1- 1 8- 6- 2 DNP 11- 6- 4 W 14-11- 1 DNP 6- 1- 2 DNP DNP 2- 1- 0 8- 6- 0 DNP 21- 5- 5 L 7- 2- 1 DNP 5- 0- 1 DNP DNP 0- 0- 0 15- 3- 0 DNP 4- 1- 3 L 8- 5- 0 DNP 6- 2- 1 DNP DNP 0- 0- 0 7- 6- 0 DNP 8- 6- 2 L 8- 6- 1 DNP 13- 1- 0 DNP DNP 0- 0- 0 6- 8- 0 DNP 10- 3- 6 W 5- 4- 0 3- 3- 2 11- 1- 0 3- 1- 0 DNP 6- 2- 2 8-10- 1 1- 0- 0 12- 2- 6 L 2- 3- 0 0- 2- 0 4- 2- 0 DNP DNP 0- 0- 0 10- 3- 0 DNP 2- 1- 0 W 4- 2- 0 DNP 0- 2- 1 DNP DNP DNP 4-10- 2 DNP 17- 8- 2 L 4- 4- 1 DNP 2- 5- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP 0- 0- 0 5- 8- 1 DNP 15- 0- 2 W 10- 6- 1 0- 0- 0 2- 1- 1 0- 0- 0 DNP 3- 1- 0 DNP DNP 12- 9- 9 W 11- 4- 1 DNP 7- 1- 0 DNP DNP 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 1 DNP 3- 6- 7 L 16- 7- 0 DNP 7- 0- 0 DNP DNP 0- 2- 0 1- 0- 0 DNP 0- 2- 2 W 11- 7- 3 DNP 2- 2- 1 DNP DNP DNP 0- 1- 0 DNP 8- 5- 6 L 8- 4- 1 DNP 5- 0- 2 DNP DNP DNP 6- 4- 1 DNP 12- 1- 2

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Opponent MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs Washington vs Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs Iowa State vs Kansas State vs Kansas vs Brigham Young vs UCLA a

Date Score 11/09/07 73-50 11/13/07 67-53 11/14/07 81-76 11/17/07 85-59 11/21/07 77-63 11/23/07 70-47 11/28/07 76-63 12/02/07 67-78 12/08/07 109-73 12/16/07 64-37 12/19/07 79-39 12/22/07 88-66 12/29/07 83-54 12/31/07 68-41 01/05/08 79-53 01/12/08 86-69 01/16/08 53-68 01/18/08 54-75 01/23/08 110-116 01/26/08 59-56 01/30/08 80-63 02/02/08 60-52 02/05/08 69-51 02/09/08 77-69 02/16/08 54-59 02/18/08 50-77 02/23/08 59-65 02/27/08 98-54 03/01/08 37-64 03/05/08 71-57 03/08/08 55-72 03/13/08 60-47 03/14/08 63-60 03/15/08 71-77 03/20/08 67-62 03/22/08 49-51

22 23 24 30 31 32 41 45 50 WL KIRK,DOMI CARTER,JO SCHEPEL,S JONES,JOS CHAPMAN,C MUHLBACH, ELONU,CHI WALKUP,NA CARRELL,M W 8- 2- 6 14- 5- 1 DNP 11- 2- 2 DNP 2- 2- 0 2- 2- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP W 5- 3- 2 15- 4- 1 DNP 13- 5- 0 DNP 2- 2- 1 7- 3- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP W 14- 3- 4 23- 5- 2 DNP 15- 6- 3 DNP 1- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP DNP W 6- 3- 5 12- 2- 1 0- 0- 0 3- 1- 1 0- 0- 0 0- 2- 1 4- 9- 1 7- 3- 1 0- 0- 0 W 15- 1- 4 5- 7- 3 DNP 17- 9- 0 DNP DNP 0- 0- 0 0- 1- 0 DNP W 3- 7- 7 9- 5- 1 DNP 10- 7- 0 DNP 0- 0- 0 2- 2- 0 11- 3- 1 DNP W 14- 2- 1 13- 4- 1 DNP 10- 6- 0 DNP DNP 6- 4- 0 2- 0- 0 DNP L 3- 2- 3 17- 5- 3 DNP 13- 4- 1 DNP 0- 0- 0 5- 1- 1 3- 0- 0 DNP W 7- 3- 3 12- 5- 2 1- 2- 0 12- 7- 2 0- 0- 1 0- 2- 1 10- 5- 0 7- 0- 1 2- 0- 0 W 4- 6- 6 16- 4- 1 DNP 8- 4- 1 DNP 2- 0- 0 7- 4- 0 0- 2- 0 DNP W 9- 7- 3 11- 5- 1 DNP 8- 5- 1 DNP 2- 1- 0 2- 4- 2 0- 0- 1 DNP W 14- 1- 2 10- 2- 4 DNP 12- 6- 1 0- 0- 0 4- 0- 0 6- 7- 0 DNP DNP W 0- 6- 7 20- 2- 3 DNP 12- 4- 2 DNP 4- 2- 0 4- 9- 0 3- 1- 0 DNP W 2- 3- 6 16- 1- 2 DNP 14- 9- 2 DNP 0- 1- 0 5- 8- 0 6- 5- 0 DNP W 7- 3- 4 13- 5- 3 DNP 12- 4- 1 DNP 0- 1- 0 8- 6- 1 2- 2- 0 DNP W 15- 2- 5 11- 1- 5 DNP 10- 1- 6 DNP DNP 0- 3- 0 6- 1- 0 DNP L 7- 6- 1 11- 4- 0 DNP 11- 9- 2 DNP 0- 1- 1 0- 1- 0 3- 1- 0 DNP L 6- 1- 2 13- 1- 2 DNP 12- 5- 1 DNP DNP 1- 2- 0 0- 3- 0 DNP OL 13- 4- 5 15-10- 2 DNP 13- 8- 0 DNP DNP 2- 3- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP W 11- 3- 0 13- 5- 2 DNP 11- 8- 1 DNP 0- 0- 0 0- 1- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP W 14- 3- 5 19-10- 1 DNP 14- 3- 0 DNP 0- 0- 0 5- 4- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP W 9- 5- 4 6- 4- 2 DNP 18- 6- 1 DNP 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP DNP W 9- 5- 3 12- 6- 0 DNP 4- 2- 3 DNP 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 1- 0 DNP W 5- 6- 2 14- 2- 0 DNP 7- 9- 2 DNP DNP DNP 0- 0- 0 DNP L 1- 4- 3 8- 6- 1 DNP 13- 3- 1 DNP DNP 1- 2- 0 DNP DNP L 3- 5- 3 11- 3- 0 DNP 3- 8- 2 DNP 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 4- 1- 1 DNP L 9- 0- 3 6- 3- 0 DNP 7- 3- 2 DNP 0- 0- 0 DNP 0- 0- 0 DNP W 16- 2- 2 9- 3- 0 DNP 13- 5- 2 DNP 9- 4- 2 2- 2- 0 0- 1- 0 DNP L 0- 3- 1 10- 2- 0 DNP 4- 2- 0 DNP 5- 3- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP W 6- 2- 2 17- 6- 1 DNP 11- 4- 0 DNP 12- 5- 0 0- 2- 0 DNP DNP L 15- 4- 4 5- 1- 0 0- 0- 0 7- 6- 0 DNP 2- 1- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP W 12- 6- 1 3- 4- 1 DNP 8- 5- 0 DNP 6- 2- 0 4- 5- 0 0- 0- 0 DNP W 19- 0- 2 10- 1- 0 DNP 5- 6- 2 DNP 5- 3- 0 3- 7- 0 DNP DNP L 12- 4- 7 5- 3- 3 DNP 14- 3- 2 DNP 11- 4- 1 5- 4- 0 DNP DNP W 8- 3- 5 26- 5- 0 DNP 10-12- 1 DNP 2- 0- 1 0- 1- 1 DNP DNP L 2- 8- 5 10- 1- 1 DNP 6- 6- 0 DNP 0- 0- 0 0- 2- 0 DNP DNP

Points-Rebounds-Assists

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70

RESULT W, 73-50 W, 67-53 W, 81-76 W, 85-59 W, 77-63 W, 70-47 W, 76-63 L, 78-67 W, 109-73 W, 64-37 W, 79-39 W, 88-66 W, 83-54 W, 68-41 W, 79-53 W, 86-69 L, 68-53 L, 75-54 L, 116-110 W, 59-56 W, 80-63 W, 60-52 W, 69-51 W, 77-69 L, 59-54 L, 77-50 L, 65-59 W, 98-54 L, 64-37 W, 71-57 L, 72-55 W, 60-47 W, 63-60 L, 77-71

W, 67-62

L, 51-49 Averages

OPPONENT MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs. Washington vs. Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs. Iowa State vs. Kansas State vs. Kansas

vs. BYU

DATE Nov. 9 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 8 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 29 Dec. 31 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 March 1 March 5 March 8 March 13 March 14 March 15

March 20

vs. UCLA March 22

Bench Scoring A&M Opp. 21 14 18 10 15 16 49 30 14 24 33 12 22 16 23 21 42 46 28 16 32 11 26 24 30 22 18 2 23 9 23 8 16 21 9 11 21 26 8 15 15 23 4 6 17 12 16 43 21 13 17 16 19 22 40 16 11 20 16 25 8 17 15 2 15 14 24 20 4 14 4 11 18.1 20.1

A&M Individuals Davis 8, Roland 7, Muhlbach 2, Holmes 2, Elonu 2 Roland 7, Elonu 7, Davis 2, Muhlbach 2 Roland 8, Davis 6, Muhlbach 1 Davis 15, Roland, 9, Walkup 7, Holmes 7, Elonu 4, Lewis 3, Graham 2, Bowles 2 Davis 9, Holmes 3, Roland 2 Roland 15, Walkup 11, Davis 5, Elonu 2 Davis 8, Roland 6, Elonu 6, Walkup 2 Davis 10, Roland 5, Elonu 5, Walkup 3 Elonu 10, Holmes 9, Walkup 7, Roland 6, Davis 4, Bowles 2, Carrell 2, Graham 1, Schepel 1 Roland 12, Davis 7, Elonu 7, Muhlbach 2 Davis 10, Holmes 8, Roland 7, Graham 3, Elonu 2, Muhlbach 2 Roland 11, Elonu 6, Muhlbach 4, Bowles 3, Davis 2 Davis 13, Roland 4, Elonu 4, Muhlbach 4, Walkup 3, Holmes 2 Walkup 6, Elonu 5, Davis 3, Roland 2, Holmes 2 Elonu 8, Roland 7, Davis 6, Walkup 2 Davis 13, Walkup 6, Roland 4 Davis 6, Roland 4, Walkup 3, Holmes 3 Jordan 5, Roland 3, Elonu 1 Jordan 8, Holmes 6, Roland 5, Elonu 2 Holmes 6, Jordan 2 Jordan 10, Elonu 5 Jordan 4 Roland 9, Jordan 8 Jordan 8, Roland 6, Holmes 2 Jordan 15, Roland 5, Elonu 1 Jordan 7, Roland 6, Walkup 4 Roland 13, Jordan 6 Roland 11, Muhlbach 9, Holmes 6, Davis 5, Graham 3, Lewis 3, Elonu 2, Darko 1 Muhlbach 5, Roland 4, Davis 2 Muhlbach 12, Davis 4 Davis 4, Roland 2, Muhlbach 2 Muhlbach 6, Elonu 4, Holmes 3, Roland 2 Roland 7, Muhlbach 5, Elonu 3 Muhlbach 11, Roland 7, Elonu 5, Jordan 1 Muhlbach 2, Roland 2 Jordan 6, Roland 5 Leader off Bench: Davis 10, Jordan 9, Roland 8, Muhlbach 5, Elonu 2, Holmes, Walkup

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vs. BYU vs. UCLA

March 20 March 22

OPPONENT MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs. Washington vs. Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs. Iowa State vs. Kansas State vs. Kansas

DATE Nov. 9 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 8 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 29 Dec. 31 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 March 1 March 5 March 8 March 13 March 14 March 15

9 / 13 7 / 4 12.7 / 9.5

4 / 18 15 / 6 12.2 / 13.3

32 / 26 32 / 22 31.1/ 24.2

W, 67-62 L, 51-49

Averages

5.6 / 7.5

0 / 4 4 / 6

2nd Chance Fast Break 8 / 5 6 / 9 2 / 7 14 / 11 5 / 6 19 / 4 13 / 0 16 / 6 0 / 10 9 / 10 6 / 9 20 / 6 4 / 8 18 / 17 0 / 2 6 / 5 33 / 18 16 / 14 9 / 3 9/7 14 / 5 17 / 13 8 / 6 14 / 2 10 / 10 15 / 11 2 / 6 23 / 13 8 / 7 18 / 11 6 / 12 10 / 7 4 / 2 11 / 5 4 / 12 10 / 12 7 / 21 22 / 15 4 / 6 8 / 12 8 / 10 15 / 18 0 / 7 12 / 5 4 / 6 4 / 5 0 / 2 15 / 9 4 / 5 12 / 14 10 / 7 11 / 9 0 / 2 12 / 6 10 / 8 19 / 5 2 / 6 9 / 13 2 / 8 10 / 10 4 / 18 5 / 11 2 / 0 4 / 1 0 / 7 12 / 19 3 / 20 21 / 11

Pts. Off TO 28 / 10 16 / 15 12 / 13 11 / 18 15 / 15 7 / 14 13 / 19 7 / 14 19 / 15 12 / 6 14 / 8 15 / 5 25 / 11 17 / 10 11 / 10 19 / 12 5 / 15 11 / 24 18 / 20 14 /13 13 / 14 11 / 10 10 / 9 10 / 19 14 / 8 12 / 9 8 / 18 23 / 9 17 / 20 8 / 12 9 / 16 15 / 11 8 / 13 10 / 20

In Paint 38 / 16 28 / 14 28 / 30 38 / 24 26 / 36 36 / 16 30 / 38 22 / 16 62 / 20 26 / 6 32 / 14 40 / 12 44 / 12 44 / 20 36 / 28 32 / 36 26 / 28 18 / 26 62 / 44 28 / 20 36 / 22 24 / 12 30 / 24 30 / 26 28 / 26 28 / 28 14 / 20 36 / 14 14 / 30 30 / 30 12 / 44 30 / 14 28 / 26 18 / 42

RESULT W, 73-50 W, 67-53 W, 81-76 W, 85-59 W, 77-63 W, 70-47 W, 76-63 L, 78-67 W, 109-73 W, 64-37 W, 79-39 W, 88-66 W, 83-54 W, 68-41 W, 79-53 W, 86-69 L, 68-53 L, 75-54 L, 116-110 W, 59-56 W, 80-63 W, 60-52 W, 69-51 W, 77-69 L, 59-54 L, 77-50 L, 65-59 W, 98-54 L, 64-37 W, 71-57 L, 72-55 W, 60-47 W, 63-60 L, 77-71

Scoring Breakdown

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3 (29-26) 6 (15-9) 29 (Oklahoma)

11 (11-0) 10 (36-26) 44 (Texas Tech)

38 / 33 20 / 25 29 / 29 29 / 26

34.1 / 28.8 35.4 / 31.3

Biggest Deficit 7 (18-11) 4 (12-8) 10 (52-42) None 10 (19-9) 3 (20-17) 3 (3-0) 13 (78-65) 1 (22-21) None None 5 (9-4) 5 (5-0) None None 3 (3-0) 24 (66-42) 21 (75-54) 9 (60-51) 6 (50-44) None 7 (27-20) 3 (22-19) 6 (22-16) 5 (59-54) 28 (77-49) 9 (31-22) None 29 (54-25) 1 (33-32) 2 (14-12) 5 (7-2) 2 (33-31) 8 (55-63) Biggest Lead 26 (69-43) 21 (65-44) 7 (77-70) 31 (78-47) 14 (77-63) 31 (66-35) 17 (76-59) 20 (32-12) 42 (104-62) 35 (58-23) 42 (79-37) 22 (88-66) 31 (76-45) 29 (66-37) 30 (68-38) 19 (61-42) 6 (9-3) 8 (11-3) 14 (22-8) 4 (36-32) 22 (80-58) 8 (60-52) 21 (57-36) 18 (57-39) 9 (18-9) None 3 (53-50) 44 (98-54) 1 (10-9) 14 (71-57) 19 (72-53) 13 (60-47) 9 (47-38) 6 (11-5) 2nd Half 32 / 24 30 / 36 47 / 34 44 / 34 45 / 27 39 / 22 32 / 28 27 / 50 53 / 38 34 / 18 43 / 24 44 / 32 36 / 24 35 / 23 36 / 25 44 / 42 36 / 36 21 / 40 29 / 35 25 / 24 34 / 35 37 / 23 39 / 27 52 / 39 18 / 25 32 / 38 34 / 33 42 / 25 27 / 36 45 / 36 29 / 36 35 / 30 25 / 27 37 / 43 1st Half 41 / 26 37 / 17 34 / 42 41 / 25 32 / 36 31 / 25 44 / 35 40 / 28 56 / 35 30 / 19 36 / 15 44 / 34 47 / 30 33 / 18 43 / 28 42/ 27 17 / 32 33 / 35 35 / 29 34 / 32 46 / 28 23 / 29 30 / 24 25 / 30 36 / 34 18 / 39 25 / 32 56 / 29 10 / 28 26 / 21 26 / 36 25/ 17 38 / 33 34 / 34


72 8-6 8-7

Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis

W, 67-62 L, 51-49

vs. BYU vs. UCLA

March 20 March 22

Elonu Jordan

Jordan, Roland Roland

2nd Off Bench 1st Off Bench Elonu Davis -- Roland, Davis -- Roland, Davis Roland, Davis, Muhlbach, Elonu Roland, Davis Roland Davis Roland, Walkup, Elonu, Holmes Davis Davis, Roland Davis Roland Roland, Davis Roland, Davis Davis Roland Davis, Roland Davis, Roland, Muhlbach Davis, Roland Davis, Roland, Elonu, Walkup Roland Davis Roland, Walkup Jordan Roland Jordan Jordan, Roland, Elonu Roland, Elonu Jordan Roland Jordan Jordan, Roland, Elonu, Walkup Roland Jordan Jordan, Roland Roland Jordan Roland Jordan Davis, Muhlbach, Lewis Roland Roland, Davis, Lewis Roland, Elonu Davis Roland Davis Muhlbach Roland Jordan Elonu Jordan, Roland Elonu

1st Off Bench Leader: Davis 19, Roland 19, Jordan 10, Elonu 7, Muhlbach 2, Walkup 2, Lewis Starting Combinations: 2

W-L 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 7-1 8-1 9-1 10-1 11-1 12-1 13-1 14-1 15-1 15-2 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 16-2 16-3 17-3 17-4 6-5 7-5 7-6

Starters Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Jordan Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis Kirk, Sloan, Carter, Jones, Davis

RESULT W, 73-50 W, 67-53 W, 81-76 W, 85-59 W, 77-63 W, 70-47 W, 76-63 L, 78-67 W, 109-73 W, 64-37 W, 79-39 W, 88-66 W, 83-54 W, 68-41 W, 79-53 W, 86-69 L, 68-53 L, 75-54 L, 116-110 W, 59-56 W, 80-63 W, 60-52 W, 69-51 W, 77-69 L, 59-54 L, 77-50 L, 65-59 W, 98-54 L, 64-37 W, 71-57 L, 72-55 W, 60-47 W, 63-60 L, 77-71

OPPONENT MCNEESE STATE ORAL ROBERTS UTEP OUACHITA BAPTIST vs. Washington vs. Ohio State ALABAMA at Arizona TEXAS STATE ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF DETROIT UC IRVINE FLORIDA A&M RICE LSU COLORADO at Texas Tech at Kansas State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Missouri OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma at Baylor KANSAS vs. Iowa State vs. Kansas State vs. Kansas

DATE Nov. 9 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 8 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 29 Dec. 31 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 March 1 March 5 March 8 March 13 March 14 March 15

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OPPONENT DATE MCNEESE STATE Nov. 9 ORAL ROBERTS Nov. 13 UTEP Nov. 14 OUACHITA BAPTIST Nov. 17 vs. Washington Nov. 21 vs. Ohio State Nov. 23 ALABAMA Nov. 28 at Arizona Dec. 2 TEXAS STATE Dec. 8 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF Dec. 16 DETROIT Dec. 19 UC IRVINE Dec. 22 FLORIDA A&M Dec. 29 RICE Dec. 31 LSU Jan. 5 COLORADO Jan. 12 at Texas Tech Jan. 16 at Kansas State Jan. 19 BAYLOR Jan. 23 at Oklahoma State Jan. 26 TEXAS Jan. 30 OKLAHOMA Feb. 2 at Iowa State Feb. 5 at Missouri Feb. 9 OKLAHOMA STATE Feb. 16 at Texas Feb. 18 NEBRASKA Feb. 23 TEXAS TECH Feb. 27 at Oklahoma March 1 at Baylor March 5 KANSAS March 8 vs. Iowa State March 13 vs. Kansas State March 14 vs. Kansas March 15 vs. BYU March 20 vs. UCLA March 22

RESULT W, 73-50 W, 67-53 W, 81-76 W, 85-59 W, 77-63 W, 70-47 W, 76-63 L, 78-67 W, 109-73 W, 64-37 W, 79-39 W, 88-66 W, 83-54 W, 68-41 W, 79-53 W, 86-69 L, 68-53 L, 75-54 L, 116-110 W, 59-56 W, 80-63 W, 60-52 W, 69-51 W, 77-69 L, 59-54 L, 77-50 L, 65-59 W, 98-54 L, 64-37 W, 71-57 L, 72-55 W, 60-47 W, 63-60 L, 77-71 W, 67-62 L, 51-49 Totals

Technicals (A&M./opp.) -- -- UTEP-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Detroit-1, A&M-1 (Davis) -- -- -- -- -- -- A&M-1 (Davis), KSU-1 -- -- UT-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- A&M-1 (Bench), BU-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- A&M-3; Opp.-8

A&M Disqualifications (Time) -- -- -- -- Roland (:40) -- Jones (3:05) Jones (3:44), Kirk (0:46) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Davis (5:02) Jones, Sloan, Roland -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Carter (:35) -- Davis (8:57) -- Davis (2:38) -- -- -- -- -- 11

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Opponent Disqualifications (Time) Wardell (5:08) King (6:55) Kilgore (0:41) -- Pondexter (3:30), Overton (:33) -- -- -- -- -- -- Bland (:25) -- Britton (:32) Temple (4:22) -- -- Kent (7:28) Lomers, Dugat, Rogers, Diene, Carter -- Mason (2:27), Chapman (1:15) Griffin (8:36), Longar (:21) -- -- -- -- -- -- Longar (5:04) Diene (1:53), Carter (:35) Jackson (3:51), Arthur (:11) Hubalek -- -- --24


Team Highs & Lows TEAM GAME HIGHS

POINTS.....................

FIELD GOALS MADE........... FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........ FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE...... 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE...... 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS........... 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE......... FREE THROWS MADE...........

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........ FREE THROW PERCENTAGE...... REBOUNDS................... ASSISTS.................... STEALS.....................

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BLOCKED SHOTS.............. TURNOVERS.................. FOULS......................

110 109 98 88 86 41 35 94 69 .672 .630 12 10 29 26 .556 .538 36 23 23 23 59 40 .857 .800 64 51 51 26 22 9 9 10 8 20 19 31 26

(41-61) (34-54)

(10-18) ( 7-13)

(12-14) (12-15)

vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs at vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs at vs vs vs at vs vs at

TEAM GAME LOWS

POINTS.....................

Baylor (01/23/08) Texas State (12/08/07) Texas Tech (02/27/08) UC Irvine (12/22/07) Colorado (01/12/08) Texas State (12/08/07) Baylor (01/23/08) Baylor (01/23/08) Rice (12/31/07) Texas State (12/08/07) UC Irvine (12/22/07) Texas Tech (02/27/08) Colorado (01/12/08) Texas Tech (02/27/08) Kansas (03/15/08) Colorado (01/12/08) Texas (01/30/08) Baylor (01/23/08) Missouri (02-09-08) Oklahoma (02/02/08) UTEP (11/14/07) Baylor (01/23/08) Washington (11/21/07) Colorado (01/12/08) Nebraska (02/23/08) Baylor (01/23/08) Rice (12/31/07) Ouachita (11/17/07) Texas State (12/08/07) Colorado (01/12/08) Oklahoma (03/01/08) Oklahoma (02/02/08) Texas State (12/08/07) Iowa State (03/13/08) Texas Tech (01/16/08) Texas State (12/08/07) Baylor (01/23/08) Arizona (12/2/07)

FIELD GOALS MADE........... FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........ FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE...... 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE...... 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS........... 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE......... FREE THROWS MADE........... FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........ FREE THROW PERCENTAGE...... REBOUNDS................... ASSISTS....................

STEALS..................... BLOCKED SHOTS.............. TURNOVERS.................. FOULS......................

FIELD GOALS MADE........... FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........ FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE...... 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......

3 PT FG ATTEMPTS........... 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE......... FREE THROWS MADE........... FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........ FREE THROW PERCENTAGE...... REBOUNDS................... ASSISTS.................... STEALS..................... BLOCKED SHOTS.............. TURNOVERS..................

FOULS......................

116 78 77 77 76 35 29 97 78 .617 .590 11 10 10 10 34 27 .583 .556 39 23 47 29 1.000 .857 70 43 43 19 18 11 10 10 12 11 19 17 17 17 38 30 30

(29-47) (23-39)

( 7-12) (10-18)

( 3-3 ) (12-14)

vs at vs at vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs at vs vs vs vs at vs vs at vs at vs at vs vs vs vs vs vs at vs at vs vs at vs vs vs vs vs

(13-51) (19-63)

( 1-14) ( 2-16)

( 6-16) ( 3-7 )

at vs at at at vs at vs at at at at at at vs at vs at at vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs at at at at vs at vs vs vs vs vs

Oklahoma (03/01/08) UCLA (03/22/08) Texas (02/18/08) Texas Tech (01/16/08) Kansas St.e (01/18/08) Oklahoma St.(02/16/08) Oklahoma (03/01/08) Kansas (03/08/08) Oklahoma St.(01-26-08) Kansas St. (01/18/08) Oklahoma (03/01/08) Texas (02/18/08) Texas (02/18/08) Oklahoma (03/01/08) UCLA (03/22/08) Kansas St. (01/18/08) UCLA (03/22/08) Texas (02/18/08) Oklahoma (03/01/08) UCLA (03/22/08) Ohio State (11/23/07) UCLA (03/22/08) Ohio State (11/23/07) Ark.-P.B. (12/16/07) UCLA (03/22/08) Colorado (01/12/08) Oklahoma St.(02/16/08) Oklahoma (03/01/08) Texas Tech (01/16/08) Kansas St. (01/18/08) Baylor (03-05-08) Kansas (03/08/08) Arizona (12/2/07) Kansas (03/15/08) BYU (03/20/08) UC Irvine (12/22/07) Colorado (01/12/08) McNeese St. (11/09/07)

OPPONENT GAME LOWS

Opponent GAME HIGHS

POINTS.....................

37 49 50 53 54 54 13 15 43 45 .255 .302 1 2 2 10 10 .071 .125 3 4 7 9 .375 .429 24 27 1 8 8 8 8 1 1 0 6 7 10

Baylor (01/23/08) Arizona (12/2/07) Kansas (03/15/08) Texas (02/18/08) UTEP (11/14/07) Baylor (01/23/08) Colorado (01/12/08) Baylor (01/23/08) Texas State (12/08/07) Colorado (01/12/08) Nebraska (02/23/08) Texas State (12/08/07) Kansas St. (01/18/08) UC Irvine (12/22/07) UTEP (11/14/07) Baylor (01/23/08) Texas State (12/08/07) Arizona (12/2/07) UC Irvine (12/22/07) Baylor (01/23/08) Arizona (12/2/07) Baylor (01/23/08) Arizona (12/2/07) McNeese St. (11/09/07) Texas (02/18/08) Baylor (01/23/08) Rice (12/31/07) Washington (11/21/07) Baylor (01/23/08) Colorado (01/12/08) Kansas (03/08/08) Oklahoma (03/01/08) Ohio State (11/23/07) Texas (02/18/08) UCLA (03/22/08) McNeese St. (11/09/07) Oklahoma (03/01/08) Rice (12/31/07) Texas State (12/08/07) Baylor (01/23/08) Texas State (12/08/07) Washington (11/21/07)

POINTS.....................

FIELD GOALS MADE........... FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........ FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE...... 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......

3 PT FG ATTEMPTS........... 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE......... FREE THROWS MADE........... FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........ FREE THROW PERCENTAGE...... REBOUNDS................... ASSISTS.................... STEALS..................... BLOCKED SHOTS.............. TURNOVERS.................. FOULS......................

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37 39 41 47 47 13 14 14 39 44 44 .206 .241 .241 1 2 2 2 2 8 9 .111 .143 2 3 3 3 3 .391 .417 16 22 5 2 0 5 6 9 10

(13-63) (14-58) (14-58)

( 1-9 ) ( 2-14)

( 9-23) ( 5-12)

vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs at vs at vs vs vs vs vs at vs vs vs at vs vs vs vs vs vs vs at vs

Ark.-PB (12/16/07) Detroit (12/19/07) Rice (12/31/07) Ohio State (11/23/07) Iowa State (03/13/08) Ark.-PB (12/16/07) Ohio State (11/23/07) Detroit (12/19/07) Nebraska (02/23/08) Oklahoma (02/02/08) UCLA (03/22/08) Ark.-PB (12/16/07) Ohio State (11/23/07) Detroit (12/19/07) Rice (12/31/07) Washington (11/21/07) Alabama (11/28/07) Oklahoma (03/01/08) Kansas (03/08/08) Oklahoma (03/01/08) Rice (12/31/07) Rice (12/31/07) Washington (11/21/07) Florida A&M (12/29/07) McNeese St. (11/09/07) Iowa State (02-05-08) McNeese St. (11/09/07) Florida A&M (12/29/07) Ouachita (11/17/07) Oklahoma St.(01-26-08) Colorado (01/12/08) UC Irvine (12/22/07) Ohio State (11/23/07) Detroit (12/19/07) Texas State (12/08/07) Ohio State (11/23/07) Ouachita (11/17/07) Iowa State (02-05-08) Ohio State (11/23/07)


Individual Superlatives INDIVIDUAL HIGHS POINTS....................... FIELD GOALS MADE............. FIELD GOAL ATT............... FG PCT (min 5 made).......... 3 PT FG MADE................. 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS............. 3-PT FG PCT (min 3 made)..... FREE THROWS MADE............. FREE THROW ATT............... FT PCT (min 5 made).......... REBOUNDS..................... ASSISTS...................... STEALS.......................

BLOCKED SHOTS................ TURNOVERS....................

30 10 16 16 1.000( 6-6 ) 6 10 10 .833 ( 5-6) 12 19 1.000 ( 7-7) 14 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 7

DAVIS, Bryan vs Baylor (1/23/08) CARTER, Josh vs BYU (3/20/08) DAVIS, Bryan vs Baylor (1/23/08) CARTER, Josh vs BYU (3/20/08) JORDAN, DeAndre vs Ouachita (11/17/07) CARTER, Josh vs BYU (3/20/08) CARTER, Josh vs Rice (12/31/07) CARTER, Josh vs BYU (3/20/08) KIRK, Dominique vs Kansas State (3/14/08) DAVIS, Bryan vs Baylor (1/23/08) DAVIS, Bryan vs Baylor (1/23/08) SLOAN, Donald vs Baylor (3/5/08) DAVIS, Bryan vs Baylor (1/23/08) SLOAN, Donald vs Iowa State (3/13/08) KIRK, Dominique vs UTEP (11/14/07) JONES, Joseph vs Colorado (1/12/08) ROLAND, Derrick vs Colorado (1/12/08) DAVIS, Bryan vs Kansas State (1/19/08) KIRK, Dominique vs Baylor (1/23/08) DAVIS, Bryan vs Iowa State (2/5/08) DAVIS, Bryan vs Nebraska (2/23/08) MUHLBACH, Beau vs Oklahoma (3/1/08) JORDAN, DeAndre vs Baylor (2/5/08) SLOAN, Donald vs Texas Tech (1/16/08)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Jerrells, Curtis vs Baylor (1/23/08) Jackson, Stefon vs. UTEP (11/14/07) Beasley, Michael vs Kansas State (3/14/08) Maddox, Daniel vs. Ouachita Baptist (11/17/07) Godbold, Davis vs. Oklahoma (2/02/08) Jarvis, Robert vs Oral Roberts (11/13/07) Ford, John vs McNeese State (11/9/07) Jerrells, Curtis vs Baylor (1/23/08) Jerrells, Curtis vs Baylor (1/23/08) Bayless, Jerryd vs Arizona (12/2/07) Rogers, Kevin vs Baylor (1/23/08) Augustin, D.J. vs Texas (2/18/08) Overton, Venoy vs Washington (11/21/07) Dove, Marcus vs Oklahoma State (1/26/08) Anderson, Ryan vs Nebraska (2/23/08) Chalmers, Mario vs Kansas (3/8/08) Westbrook, Russell vs UCLA (3/22/08) Love, Kevin vs UCLA (3/22/08) Bradley, Jarvis vs McNeese State (11/9/07) Gee, Alonzo vs Alabama (11/28/07) White, Ryan vs Texas State (12/08/07)

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POINTS....................... 36 FIELD GOALS MADE............. 12 FIELD GOAL ATT............... 21 FG PCT (min 5 made).......... .643 ( 9-14) 3 PT FG MADE................. 6 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS............. 12 3-PT FG PCT (min 3 made)..... .750 ( 3-4 ) FREE THROWS MADE............. 20 FREE THROW ATT............... 24 FT PCT (min 5 made).......... 1.000 (10-10) REBOUNDS..................... 18 ASSISTS...................... 9 STEALS....................... 4 4 4 4 4 BLOCKED SHOTS................ 7 TURNOVERS.................... 6 6 6


Final Big 12 Statistics

Conference W-L Pct. Home Away

Kansas Texas Kansas State Oklahoma Baylor Texas A&M Nebraska Texas Tech Oklahoma State Missouri Iowa State Colorado

13-3 13-3 10-6 9-7 9-7 8-8 7-9 7-9 7-9 6-10 4-12 3-13

.813 .813 .625 .563 .563 .500 .438 .438 .438 .375 .250 .188

8-0 8-0 7-1 6-2 5-3 4-4 5-3 6-2 5-3 4-4 4-4 3-5

5-3 5-3 3-5 3-5 4-4 4-4 2-6 1-7 2-6 2-6 0-8 0-8

Overall W-L Pct. Home Away Neutral 37-3 31-7 21-12 23-12 21-11 25-11 20-13 16-15 17-16 16-16 14-18 12-20

.925 .816 .636 .657 .656 .694 .606 .516 .515 .500 .438 .375

20-0 17-1 15-2 14-3 12-4 16-4 17-3 13-3 13-3 13-4 12-6 6-9

8-3 7-3 3-5 5-6 6-4 4-5 2-9 2-10 2-9 2-9 1-10 3-10

9-0 7-3 3-5 4-3 3-3 5-2 1-1 1-2 2-4 1-3 1-2 3-1

FULL SEASON 9.Oklahoma State...... 10.Texas Tech.......... 11.Iowa State.......... 12.Colorado............

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SCORING OFFENSE

## Team G W-L Pts Avg/G -------------------------------------------1.Baylor.............. 32 21-11 2601 81.3 2.Kansas.............. 40 37-3 3221 80.5 3.Kansas State........ 33 21-12 2574 78.0 4.Missouri............ 32 16-16 2468 77.1 5.Texas............... 38 31-7 2868 75.5 6.Texas A&M........... 36 25-11 2548 70.8 7.Texas Tech.......... 31 16-15 2166 69.9 8.Oklahoma State...... 33 17-16 2257 68.4 9.Oklahoma............ 35 23-12 2378 67.9 10.Nebraska............ 33 20-13 2214 67.1 11.Iowa State.......... 32 14-18 2048 64.0 12.Colorado............ 32 12-20 1997 62.4

33 31 32 32

68.4 69.9 64.0 62.4

66.5 69.3 65.6 64.4

+1.9 +0.6 -1.6 -2.0

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

## Team G FTM FTA Pct --------------------------------------------1.Baylor.............. 32 528 711 .743 2.Iowa State.......... 32 416 578 .720 3.Oklahoma State...... 33 491 687 .715 4.Texas Tech.......... 31 528 747 .707 5.Kansas.............. 40 598 852 .702 6.Missouri............ 32 428 620 .690 7.Kansas State........ 33 532 774 .687 8.Colorado............ 32 375 548 .684 9.Texas............... 38 495 725 .683 10.Oklahoma............ 35 496 728 .681 11.Nebraska............ 33 444 667 .666 12.Texas A&M........... 36 519 820 .633

SCORING DEFENSE

## Team G Pts Avg/G -------------------------------------1.Nebraska............ 33 2002 60.7 2.Kansas.............. 40 2460 61.5 3.Texas A&M........... 36 2216 61.6 4.Oklahoma............ 35 2234 63.8 5.Colorado............ 32 2061 64.4 6.Texas............... 38 2467 64.9 7.Iowa State.......... 32 2100 65.6 8.Oklahoma State...... 33 2193 66.5 9.Kansas State........ 33 2274 68.9 10.Texas Tech.......... 31 2147 69.3 11.Missouri............ 32 2312 72.2 12.Baylor.............. 32 2396 74.9

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

## Team G FG FGA Pct --------------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 40 1176 2314 .508 2.Texas A&M........... 36 909 1945 .467 3.Nebraska............ 33 790 1729 .457 4.Texas Tech.......... 31 739 1623 .455 5.Baylor.............. 32 899 1979 .454 6.Missouri............ 32 913 2011 .454 7.Texas............... 38 1032 2285 .452 8.Colorado............ 32 716 1587 .451 9.Kansas State........ 33 916 2067 .443 10.Oklahoma............ 35 831 1880 .442 11.Oklahoma State...... 33 763 1780 .429 12.Iowa State.......... 32 721 1733 .416

SCORING MARGIN

## Team G OFF DEF Margin ---------------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 40 80.5 61.5 +19.0 2.Texas............... 38 75.5 64.9 +10.6 3.Texas A&M........... 36 70.8 61.6 +9.2 4.Kansas State........ 33 78.0 68.9 +9.1 5.Nebraska............ 33 67.1 60.7 +6.4 6.Baylor.............. 32 81.3 74.9 +6.4 7.Missouri............ 32 77.1 72.2 +4.9 8.Oklahoma............ 35 67.9 63.8 +4.1

FG PERCENTAGE DEFENSE

## Team G FG FGA Pct --------------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 40 853 2249 .379 2.Texas............... 38 861 2214 .389 3.Texas A&M........... 36 817 2069 .395

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4.Nebraska............ 5.Oklahoma............ 6.Iowa State.......... 7.Kansas State........ 8.Baylor.............. 9.Colorado............ 10.Missouri............ 11.Oklahoma State...... 12.Texas Tech..........

33 35 32 33 32 32 32 33 31

687 796 769 794 828 734 794 738 766

1710 1924 1850 1872 1922 1681 1807 1671 1722

.402 .414 .416 .424 .431 .437 .439 .442 .445

11.Baylor.............. 32 12.Missouri............ 32

1200 1216

37.5 38.0

REBOUNDING MARGIN

## Team G TEAM Avg OPP Avg Margin ---------------------------------------------1.Kansas St. 33 1362 41.3 1086 32.9 +8.4 2.Kansas.... 40 1547 38.7 1233 30.8 +7.8 3.Texas A&M. 36 1402 38.9 1148 31.9 +7.1 4.Texas.... 38 1448 38.1 1346 35.4 +2.7 5.Oklahoma.. 35 1240 35.4 1147 32.8 +2.7 6.Nebraska.. 33 1131 34.3 1063 32.2 +2.1 7.Baylor.... 32 1196 37.4 1200 37.5 -0.1 8.Iowa State 32 1113 34.8 1161 36.3 -1.5 9.Okla. St.. 33 1057 32.0 1110 33.6 -1.6 10.Missouri.. 32 1113 34.8 1216 38.0 -3.2 11.Colorado.. 32 952 29.8 1059 33.1 -3.3 12.Texas Tech 31 966 31.2 1072 34.6 -3.4

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE ## Team G FG FGA Pct --------------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 40 271 683 .397 2.Texas............... 38 309 800 .386 3.Baylor.............. 32 275 727 .378 4.Texas Tech.......... 31 160 428 .374 5.Texas A&M........... 36 211 588 .359 6.Oklahoma............ 35 220 632 .348 7.Colorado............ 32 190 554 .343 8.Nebraska............ 33 190 555 .342 9.Oklahoma State...... 33 240 708 .339 10.Missouri............ 32 214 641 .334 11.Kansas State........ 33 210 662 .317 12.Iowa State.......... 32 190 607 .313

BLOCKED SHOTS

3-POINT FG PCT. DEFENSE

## Team G FG FGA Pct --------------------------------------------1.Missouri............ 32 174 563 .309 2.Texas............... 38 277 849 .326 3.Oklahoma............ 35 218 668 .326 4.Kansas.............. 40 282 861 .328 5.Texas A&M........... 36 218 645 .338 6.Colorado............ 32 202 574 .352 7.Baylor.............. 32 202 571 .354 8.Oklahoma State...... 33 186 520 .358 9.Iowa State.......... 32 201 558 .360 10.Texas Tech.......... 31 213 590 .361 11.Nebraska............ 33 243 668 .364 12.Kansas State........ 33 220 589 .374

ASSISTS

## Team G Assists Avg/G -----------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 40 721 18.03 2.Missouri............ 32 534 16.69 3.Kansas State........ 33 511 15.48 4.Nebraska............ 33 475 14.39 5.Texas A&M........... 36 486 13.50 6.Colorado............ 32 425 13.28 7.Texas............... 38 501 13.18 8.Texas Tech.......... 31 390 12.58 9.Iowa State.......... 32 401 12.53 10.Oklahoma............ 35 436 12.46 11.Baylor.............. 32 388 12.13 12.Oklahoma State...... 33 354 10.73

REBOUNDING

## Team G Reb Avg/G -------------------------------------1.Kansas State........ 33 1362 41.3 2.Texas A&M........... 36 1402 38.9 3.Kansas.............. 40 1547 38.7 4.Texas............... 38 1448 38.1 5.Baylor.............. 32 1196 37.4 6.Oklahoma............ 35 1240 35.4 7.Iowa State.......... 32 1113 34.8 Missouri............ 32 1113 34.8 9.Nebraska............ 33 1131 34.3 10.Oklahoma State...... 33 1057 32.0 11.Texas Tech.......... 31 966 31.2 12.Colorado............ 32 952 29.8

STEALS

## Team G Steals Avg/G ----------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 40 356 8.90 2.Nebraska............ 33 277 8.39 3.Oklahoma State...... 33 273 8.27 4.Missouri............ 32 259 8.09 5.Kansas State........ 33 249 7.55 6.Baylor.............. 32 237 7.41 7.Oklahoma............ 35 226 6.46 8.Texas Tech.......... 31 197 6.35 9.Colorado............ 32 201 6.28 10.Texas............... 38 228 6.00 11.Iowa State.......... 32 167 5.22 12.Texas A&M........... 36 158 4.39

REBOUNDING DEFENSE

## Team G Reb Avg/G -------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 40 1233 30.8 2.Texas A&M........... 36 1148 31.9 3.Nebraska............ 33 1063 32.2 4.Oklahoma............ 35 1147 32.8 5.Kansas State........ 33 1086 32.9 6.Colorado............ 32 1059 33.1 7.Oklahoma State...... 33 1110 33.6 8.Texas Tech.......... 31 1072 34.6 9.Texas............... 38 1346 35.4 10.Iowa State.......... 32 1161 36.3

TURNOVER MARGIN

## Team G TEAM Avg OPP Avg Margin ---------------------------------------------1.Missouri.. 32 412 12.9 539 16.8 +3.97 2.Texas..... 38 359 9.4 454 11.9 +2.50

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## Team G Blocks Avg/G ----------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 40 235 5.88 2.Texas............... 38 198 5.21 3.Baylor.............. 32 138 4.31 4.Colorado............ 32 137 4.28 5.Texas A&M........... 36 145 4.03 6.Iowa State.......... 32 124 3.88 7.Oklahoma............ 35 135 3.86 8.Kansas State........ 33 113 3.42 9.Oklahoma State...... 33 105 3.18 10.Missouri............ 32 97 3.03 11.Nebraska............ 33 96 2.91 12.Texas Tech.......... 31 74 2.39


3.Kansas.... 4.Nebraska.. 5.Okla. St.. 6.Texas Tech 7.Baylor.... 8.Kansas St. 9.Oklahoma.. 10.Colorado.. 11.Iowa State 12.Texas A&M.

40 33 33 31 32 33 35 32 32 36

529 443 482 448 403 501 451 428 421 458

13.2 13.4 14.6 14.5 12.6 15.2 12.9 13.4 13.2 12.7

623 513 545 503 457 535 463 414 392 405

15.6 15.5 16.5 16.2 14.3 16.2 13.2 12.9 12.3 11.3

+2.35 +2.12 +1.91 +1.77 +1.69 +1.03 +0.34 -0.44 -0.91 -1.47

11.Nebraska............ 33 12.Texas Tech.......... 31

5.76 5.16

INDIVIDUAL To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of his team’s games.

SCORING

## Player-Team Cl G FG 3FG FT Pts Avg/G -----------------------------------------------------------1.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 33 307 36 216 866 26.2 2.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 38 242 74 173 731 19.2 3.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 32 189 47 120 545 17.0 4.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 37 219 118 55 611 16.5 5.Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 31 181 35 101 498 16.1 6.Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 31 166 5 160 497 16.0 7.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 33 191 1 136 519 15.7 8.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 32 165 55 105 490 15.3 9.Griffin, Blake-OU......... FR 33 184 0 116 484 14.7 10.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 32 171 53 52 447 14.0 11.Dunn, LaceDarius-BU...... FR 31 130 74 87 421 13.6 12.Rush, Brandon-KU......... JR 38 180 80 67 507 13.3 13.Anderson, James-OSU...... FR 33 148 67 75 438 13.3 14.James, Damion-UT......... SO 38 193 38 77 501 13.2 15.Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 31 127 67 84 405 13.1 Lyons, Leo-MU............ JR 31 162 1 80 405 13.1 17.Carroll, DeMarre-MU...... JR 32 162 3 90 417 13.0 18.Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 39 164 73 97 498 12.8 19.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 40 214 2 80 510 12.8 20.Hubalek, Jiri-ISU........ SR 32 140 15 103 398 12.4

ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO

## Team G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio ---------------------------------------------1.Texas..... 38 501 13.2 359 9.4 1.40 2.Kansas.... 40 721 18.0 529 13.2 1.36 3.Missouri.. 32 534 16.7 412 12.9 1.30 4.Nebraska.. 33 475 14.4 443 13.4 1.07 5.Texas A&M. 36 486 13.5 458 12.7 1.06 6.Kansas St. 33 511 15.5 501 15.2 1.02 7.Colorado.. 32 425 13.3 428 13.4 0.99 8.Oklahoma.. 35 436 12.5 451 12.9 0.97 9.Baylor.... 32 388 12.1 403 12.6 0.96 10.Iowa State 32 401 12.5 421 13.2 0.95 11.Texas Tech 31 390 12.6 448 14.5 0.87 12.Okla. St.. 33 354 10.7 482 14.6 0.73

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

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## Team G No. Avg/G --------------------------------------1.Kansas State........ 33 539 16.33 2.Texas............... 38 496 13.05 3.Kansas.............. 40 482 12.05 4.Baylor.............. 32 384 12.00 5.Missouri............ 32 378 11.81 6.Texas A&M........... 36 424 11.78 7.Oklahoma............ 35 391 11.17 8.Oklahoma State...... 33 366 11.09 9.Nebraska............ 33 342 10.36 10.Iowa State.......... 32 308 9.63 11.Texas Tech.......... 31 262 8.45 12.Colorado............ 32 255 7.97

REBOUNDING

## Player-Team Cl G OFF DEF TOT Avg/G ------------------------------------------------------1.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 33 131 277 408 12.4 2.James, Damion-UT......... SO 38 119 274 393 10.3 3.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 33 131 204 335 10.2 4.Griffin, Blake-OU......... FR 33 108 193 301 9.1 5.Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 32 83 190 273 8.5 6.Hubalek, Jiri-ISU........ SR 32 73 161 234 7.3 7.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 32 58 156 214 6.7 8.Jackson, Darnell-KU...... SR 40 81 186 267 6.7 9.Carroll, DeMarre-MU...... JR 32 91 122 213 6.7 10.Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 31 79 117 196 6.3 11.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 40 92 158 250 6.3 12.Clark, Rahshon-ISU....... SR 31 67 126 193 6.2 13.Jordan, DeAndre-TAMU..... FR 35 66 144 210 6.0 14.Lyons, Leo-MU............ JR 31 61 115 176 5.7 15.Dove, Marcus-OSU......... SR 33 62 125 187 5.7 16.Longar, Longar-OU........ SR 33 67 119 186 5.6 17.Jones, Joseph-TAMU....... SR 36 80 113 193 5.4 18.Anderson, Ryan-NU........ SO 33 37 139 176 5.3 19.Atchley, Connor-UT....... JR 38 78 122 200 5.3 20.Rush, Brandon-KU......... JR 38 57 138 195 5.1

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Team G No. Avg/G --------------------------------------1.Texas A&M........... 36 978 27.17 2.Kansas.............. 40 1065 26.63 3.Baylor.............. 32 812 25.38 4.Iowa State.......... 32 805 25.16 5.Texas............... 38 952 25.05 6.Kansas State........ 33 823 24.94 7.Oklahoma............ 35 849 24.26 8.Nebraska............ 33 789 23.91 9.Missouri............ 32 735 22.97 10.Texas Tech.......... 31 704 22.71 11.Colorado............ 32 697 21.78 12.Oklahoma State...... 33 691 20.94

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

(Min. 5.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G FG FGA Pct ---------------------------------------------------1.Lyons, Leo-MU............ JR 31 162 278 .583 2.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 33 191 332 .575 3.Griffin, Blake-OU......... FR 33 184 324 .568 4.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 40 214 394 .543 5.Carroll, DeMarre-MU...... JR 32 162 302 .536 6.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 33 307 577 .532 7.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 32 189 396 .477 8.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 32 171 359 .476 9.Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 31 166 351 .473 10.Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 31 181 389 .465 11.James, Damion-UT......... SO 38 193 419 .461 12.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 38 242 551 .439

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE ## Team G 3FG Avg/G --------------------------------------1.Baylor.............. 32 275 8.59 2.Texas............... 38 309 8.13 3.Oklahoma State...... 33 240 7.27 4.Kansas.............. 40 271 6.78 5.Missouri............ 32 214 6.69 6.Kansas State........ 33 210 6.36 7.Oklahoma............ 35 220 6.29 8.Iowa State.......... 32 190 5.94 Colorado............ 32 190 5.94 10.Texas A&M........... 36 211 5.86

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165 219

387 516

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

.426 .424

## Player-Team Cl G 3FG Avg/G ---------------------------------------------1.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 37 118 3.19 2.Dunn, LaceDarius-BU...... FR 31 74 2.39 3.Lawrence, Matt-MU........ JR 32 72 2.25 4.Carter, Josh-TAMU........ JR 36 79 2.19 5.Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 31 67 2.16 6.Rush, Brandon-KU......... JR 38 80 2.11 7.Anderson, James-OSU...... FR 33 67 2.03 8.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 38 74 1.95 9.Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 39 73 1.87 10.Crocker, Tony-OU......... SO 35 64 1.83 11.Roberson, John-TTU....... FR 31 54 1.74 12.Johnson, Wesley-ISU...... SO 27 47 1.74 13.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 32 55 1.72 Carter, Tweety-BU........ SO 32 55 1.72 15.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 32 53 1.66

ASSISTS

## Player-Team Cl G Assists Avg/G ------------------------------------------------1.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 38 219 5.76 2.Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 39 169 4.33 3.Robinson, Russell-KU..... SR 40 162 4.05 4.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 32 128 4.00 5.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 32 121 3.78 6.Miller, Cookie-NU........ FR 30 109 3.63 7.Kirk, Dominique-TAMU..... SR 36 128 3.56 8.Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 33 116 3.52 9.Sloan, Donald-TAMU....... SO 36 123 3.42 10.Roberson, John-TTU....... FR 31 101 3.26 11.Horton, Jason-MU......... SR 29 94 3.24 12.Pullen, Jacob-KSU........ FR 33 106 3.21 13.Stewart, Clent-KSU....... SR 30 94 3.13 14.Collins, Sherron-KU...... SO 34 105 3.09 15.Mason, Justin-UT......... SO 38 114 3.00

BLOCKED SHOTS

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

(Min. 2.5 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G FTM FTA Pct ---------------------------------------------------1.Dunn, LaceDarius-BU...... FR 31 87 104 .837 2.Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 31 84 102 .824 3.Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 33 141 178 .792 4.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 38 173 221 .783 5.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 33 216 279 .774 6.Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 32 81 105 .771 7.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 32 120 157 .764 8.Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 31 160 212 .755 9.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 32 105 140 .750 10.Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 31 101 137 .737 11.Hubalek, Jiri-ISU........ SR 32 103 142 .725 12.Jackson, Darnell-KU...... SR 40 103 149 .691 13.Jones, Joseph-TAMU....... SR 36 99 144 .688 14.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 33 136 207 .657 15.Lyons, Leo-MU............ JR 31 80 125 .640

ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO

(Min. 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team Cl G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio --------------------------------------------------------------1.Horton, Jason-MU......... SR 29 94 3.2 33 1.1 2.85 2.Kirk, Dominique-TAMU..... SR 36 128 3.6 53 1.5 2.42 3.Mason, Justin-UT......... SO 38 114 3.0 50 1.3 2.28 4.Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 39 169 4.3 75 1.9 2.25 5.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 38 219 5.8 105 2.8 2.09 6.Robinson, Russell-KU..... SR 40 162 4.1 83 2.1 1.95 7.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 32 128 4.0 71 2.2 1.80 8.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 32 121 3.8 68 2.1 1.78 9.Miller, Cookie-NU........ FR 30 109 3.6 64 2.1 1.70 10.Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 33 116 3.5 74 2.2 1.57 11.Collins, Sherron-KU...... SO 34 105 3.1 68 2.0 1.54 12.Pullen, Jacob-KSU........ FR 33 106 3.2 69 2.1 1.54 13.Sloan, Donald-TAMU....... SO 36 123 3.4 82 2.3 1.50 14.Stewart, Clent-KSU....... SR 30 94 3.1 68 2.3 1.38 15.Roberson, John-TTU....... FR 31 101 3.3 85 2.7 1.19

STEALS

## Player-Team Cl G Steals Avg/G -----------------------------------------------1.Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 39 97 2.49 2.Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 33 69 2.09 3.Robinson, Russell-KU..... SR 40 79 1.98 4.Miller, Cookie-NU........ FR 30 58 1.93 5.Dove, Marcus-OSU......... SR 33 62 1.88 6.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 32 58 1.81 7.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 37 59 1.59 8.Harris, Terrel-OSU....... JR 33 48 1.45 9.Dugat, Henry-BU.......... JR 32 46 1.44 10.Anderson, Ryan-NU........ SO 33 47 1.42 11.Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 31 43 1.39 Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 31 43 1.39 13.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 33 44 1.33 14.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 32 42 1.31 15.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 33 42 1.27

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team Cl G No. Avg/G ---------------------------------------------1.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 33 131 3.97 Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 33 131 3.97 3.Griffin, Blake-OU........ FR 33 108 3.27 4.James, Damion-UT......... SO 38 119 3.13 5.Carroll, DeMarre-MU...... JR 32 91 2.84 6.Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 32 83 2.59 7.Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 31 79 2.55 8.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 40 92 2.30 9.Hubalek, Jiri-ISU........ SR 32 73 2.28 10.Jones, Joseph-TAMU....... SR 36 80 2.22 11.Clark, Rahshon-ISU....... SR 31 67 2.16 12.Atchley, Connor-UT....... JR 38 78 2.05

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE

(Min. 2.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G 3FG FGA Pct ---------------------------------------------------1.Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 31 67 134 .500 2.Rush, Brandon-KU......... JR 38 80 191 .419 3.Dunn, LaceDarius-BU...... FR 31 74 178 .416 4.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 37 118 309 .382 5.Carter, Josh-TAMU........ JR 36 79 208 .380 6.Anderson, James-OSU...... FR 33 67 177 .379 7.Lawrence, Matt-MU........ JR 32 72 207 .348

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## Player-Team Cl G Blocks Avg/G -----------------------------------------------1.Atchley, Connor-UT....... JR 38 80 2.11 2.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 33 57 1.73 3.Diene, Mamadou-BU........ JR 25 41 1.64 4.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 33 54 1.64 5.King-Stockton,Marcus-CU.. SR 30 47 1.57 6.James, Damion-UT......... SO 38 51 1.34 7.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 40 53 1.33 8.Jordan, DeAndre-TAMU..... FR 35 44 1.26 9.Kaun, Sasha-KU........... SR 40 49 1.23 10.Clark, Rahshon-ISU....... SR 31 36 1.16 11.Dove, Marcus-OSU......... SR 33 37 1.12 12.Davis, Bryan-TAMU........ SO 36 37 1.03 13.Longar, Longar-OU........ SR 33 33 1.00 14.Brackins, Craig-ISU...... FR 32 31 0.97 Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 32 31 0.97


13.Longar, Longar-OU........ SR 33 14.Jackson, Darnell-KU...... SR 40 15.Anderson, Ron-KSU........ FR 30

67 81 60

MINUTES PLAYED

2.03 2.03 2.00

## Player-Team Cl G Minutes Avg/G ------------------------------------------------1.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 32 1202 37.56 2.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 38 1417 37.29 3.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 37 1328 35.89 4.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 32 1110 34.69 5.Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 31 1062 34.26 6.Dove, Marcus-OSU......... SR 33 1118 33.88 7.Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 31 1050 33.87 8.Higgins, Cory-CU......... FR 32 1074 33.56 9.Mason, Justin-UT......... SO 38 1246 32.79 10.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 33 1041 31.55 11.Kirk, Dominique-TAMU..... SR 36 1131 31.42 12.Johnson, Austin-OU....... JR 35 1097 31.34 13.James, Damion-UT......... SO 38 1185 31.18 14.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 32 997 31.16 15.Clark, Rahshon-ISU....... SR 31 964 31.10 16.Anderson, James-OSU...... FR 33 1021 30.94 17.Roberson, John-TTU....... FR 31 959 30.94 18.Crocker, Tony-OU......... SO 35 1071 30.60 19.Sloan, Donald-TAMU....... SO 36 1094 30.39

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team Cl G No. Avg/G ---------------------------------------------1.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 33 277 8.39 2.James, Damion-UT......... SO 38 274 7.21 3.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 33 204 6.18 4.Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 32 190 5.94 5.Griffin, Blake-OU......... FR 33 193 5.85 6.Hubalek, Jiri-ISU........ SR 32 161 5.03 7.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 32 156 4.88 8.Jackson, Darnell-KU...... SR 40 186 4.65 9.Anderson, Ryan-NU........ SO 33 139 4.21 10.Jordan, DeAndre-TAMU..... FR 35 144 4.11 11.Clark, Rahshon-ISU....... SR 31 126 4.06 12.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 40 158 3.95 13.Carroll, DeMarre-MU...... JR 32 122 3.81 14.Dove, Marcus-OSU......... SR 33 125 3.79 15.Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 31 117 3.77

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Conference Play Only SCORING OFFENSE

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

SCORING DEFENSE

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

SCORING MARGIN

FG PERCENTAGE DEFENSE

## Team G W-L Pts Avg/G -------------------------------------------1.Baylor.............. 16 9-7 1308 81.8 2.Kansas.............. 16 13-3 1286 80.4 3.Kansas State........ 16 10-6 1242 77.6 4.Missouri............ 16 6-10 1181 73.8 5.Texas............... 16 13-3 1146 71.6 6.Texas Tech.......... 16 7-9 1098 68.6 7.Texas A&M........... 16 8-8 1072 67.0 8.Oklahoma State...... 16 7-9 1052 65.8 9.Oklahoma............ 16 9-7 1036 64.8 10.Nebraska............ 16 7-9 1016 63.5 11.Iowa State.......... 16 4-12 1008 63.0 12.Colorado............ 16 3-13 956 59.8

## Team G FTM FTA Pct -------------------------------------------1.Baylor............. 16 309 404 .765 2.Kansas............. 16 272 360 .756 3.Iowa State......... 16 219 294 .745 4.Texas Tech......... 16 298 411 .725 5.Oklahoma State..... 16 242 334 .725 6.Kansas State....... 16 247 351 .704 7.Oklahoma........... 16 221 321 .688 8.Colorado........... 16 186 275 .676 9.Missouri........... 16 190 282 .674 10.Texas.............. 16 212 315 .673 11.Texas A&M.......... 16 255 381 .669 12.Nebraska........... 16 200 306 .654

## Team G FG FGA Pct -------------------------------------------1.Kansas............. 16 458 933 .491 2.Missouri........... 16 447 993 .450 3.Colorado........... 16 341 761 .448 4.Kansas State....... 16 441 989 .446 5.Baylor............. 16 434 1002 .433 6.Nebraska........... 16 363 842 .431 7.Oklahoma State..... 16 347 818 .424 8.Texas A&M.......... 16 365 862 .423 9.Oklahoma........... 16 359 850 .422 10.Texas Tech......... 16 362 861 .420 11.Texas.............. 16 406 977 .416 12.Iowa State......... 16 344 874 .394

## Team G Pts Avg/G -------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 16 1017 63.6 2.Nebraska............ 16 1054 65.9 3.Texas............... 16 1055 65.9 4.Oklahoma............ 16 1061 66.3 5.Texas A&M........... 16 1067 66.7 6.Oklahoma State...... 16 1068 66.8 7.Colorado............ 16 1080 67.5 8.Iowa State.......... 16 1117 69.8 9.Kansas State........ 16 1134 70.9 10.Texas Tech.......... 16 1207 75.4 11.Missouri............ 16 1249 78.1 12.Baylor.............. 16 1292 80.8

## Team G FG FGA Pct -------------------------------------------1.Kansas............. 16 346 914 .379 2.Texas.............. 16 366 925 .396 3.Texas A&M.......... 16 387 901 .430 4.Iowa State......... 16 413 956 .432 5.Oklahoma........... 16 369 854 .432 6.Oklahoma State..... 16 352 805 .437 7.Baylor............. 16 440 1000 .440 8.Nebraska........... 16 366 827 .443 9.Kansas State....... 16 397 883 .450 10.Colorado........... 16 384 852 .451 11.Missouri........... 16 419 914 .458 12.Texas Tech......... 16 428 931 .460

## Team G OFF DEF Margin -------------------------------------------1.Kansas............ 16 80.4 63.6 +16.8 2.Kansas State...... 16 77.6 70.9 +6.8 3.Texas............. 16 71.6 65.9 +5.7 4.Baylor............ 16 81.8 80.8 +1.0 5.Texas A&M......... 16 67.0 66.7 +0.3 6.Oklahoma State.... 16 65.8 66.8 -1.0 7.Oklahoma.......... 16 64.8 66.3 -1.6 8.Nebraska.......... 16 63.5 65.9 -2.4 9.Missouri.......... 16 73.8 78.1 -4.2 10.Texas Tech........ 16 68.6 75.4 -6.8 Iowa State........ 16 63.0 69.8 -6.8 12.Colorado.......... 16 59.8 67.5 -7.8

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5.Oklahoma.... 6.Nebraska.... 7.Baylor...... 8.Okla.St..... 9.Iowa St..... 10.Colorado.... 11.Missouri.... 12.Texas Tech..

## Team G FG FGA Pct -------------------------------------------1.Kansas............. 16 98 248 .395 2.Baylor............. 16 131 352 .372 3.Texas.............. 16 122 348 .351 4.Colorado........... 16 88 252 .349 5.Oklahoma State..... 16 116 333 .348 6.Kansas State....... 16 113 328 .345 7.Oklahoma........... 16 97 283 .343 8.Texas Tech......... 16 76 225 .338 9.Nebraska........... 16 90 273 .330 10.Texas A&M.......... 16 87 264 .330 11.Missouri........... 16 97 297 .327 12.Iowa State......... 16 101 325 .311

16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

548 528 615 497 551 447 532 499

34.2 33.0 38.4 31.1 34.4 27.9 33.2 31.2

520 526 635 528 610 542 628 599

32.5 32.9 39.7 33.0 38.1 33.9 39.2 37.4

+1.8 +0.1 -1.2 -1.9 -3.7 -5.9 -6.0 -6.2

BLOCKED SHOTS

## Team G Blocks Avg/G ----------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 16 91 5.69 2.Texas............... 16 80 5.00 3.Baylor.............. 16 76 4.75 4.Colorado............ 16 63 3.94 5.Oklahoma............ 16 60 3.75 6.Texas A&M........... 16 56 3.50 7.Iowa State.......... 16 53 3.31 8.Oklahoma State...... 16 49 3.06 9.Texas Tech.......... 16 45 2.81 10.Kansas State........ 16 44 2.75 11.Nebraska............ 16 34 2.13 12.Missouri............ 16 32 2.00

3-POINT FG PCT. DEFENSE

## Team G FG FGA Pct -------------------------------------------1.Texas.............. 16 105 347 .303 2.Kansas............. 16 104 331 .314 3.Baylor............. 16 93 278 .335 4.Oklahoma........... 16 93 270 .344 5.Texas A&M.......... 16 98 283 .346 6.Colorado........... 16 96 277 .347 7.Texas Tech......... 16 114 328 .348 8.Nebraska........... 16 115 327 .352 9.Missouri........... 16 103 286 .360 10.Iowa State......... 16 97 269 .361 11.Oklahoma State..... 16 90 248 .363 12.Kansas State....... 16 108 284 .380

ASSISTS

REBOUNDING

## Team G Reb Avg/G -------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 16 654 40.9 2.Texas............... 16 628 39.2 3.Kansas State........ 16 619 38.7 4.Baylor.............. 16 615 38.4 5.Texas A&M........... 16 588 36.8 6.Iowa State.......... 16 551 34.4 7.Oklahoma............ 16 548 34.2 8.Missouri............ 16 532 33.2 9.Nebraska............ 16 528 33.0 10.Texas Tech.......... 16 499 31.2 11.Oklahoma State...... 16 497 31.1 12.Colorado............ 16 447 27.9

STEALS

## Team G Steals Avg/G ----------------------------------------1.Nebraska............ 16 126 7.88 2.Kansas State........ 16 116 7.25 3.Kansas.............. 16 112 7.00 4.Oklahoma State...... 16 102 6.38 5.Baylor.............. 16 100 6.25 6.Missouri............ 16 94 5.88 Colorado............ 16 94 5.88 8.Oklahoma............ 16 92 5.75 9.Texas............... 16 89 5.56 10.Texas Tech.......... 16 85 5.31 11.Iowa State.......... 16 84 5.25 12.Texas A&M........... 16 79 4.94

REBOUNDING DEFENSE

## Team G Reb Avg/G -------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 16 490 30.6 2.Kansas State........ 16 513 32.1 3.Oklahoma............ 16 520 32.5 4.Nebraska............ 16 526 32.9 5.Oklahoma State...... 16 528 33.0 6.Texas A&M........... 16 534 33.4 7.Colorado............ 16 542 33.9 8.Texas............... 16 581 36.3 9.Texas Tech.......... 16 599 37.4 10.Iowa State.......... 16 610 38.1 11.Missouri............ 16 628 39.2 12.Baylor.............. 16 635 39.7

TURNOVER MARGIN

## Team G TEAM Avg OPP Avg Margin -----------------------------------------------1.Texas....... 16 153 9.6 185 11.6 +2.00 2.Missouri.... 16 198 12.4 222 13.9 +1.50 3.Kansas State 16 222 13.9 239 14.9 +1.06 4.Nebraska.... 16 208 13.0 223 13.9 +0.94 5.Texas Tech.. 16 209 13.1 219 13.7 +0.62 6.Kansas...... 16 208 13.0 208 13.0 +0.00 7.Baylor...... 16 201 12.6 200 12.5 -0.06 8.Oklahoma St. 16 221 13.8 219 13.7 -0.12 9.Oklahoma.... 16 200 12.5 187 11.7 -0.81 10.Texas A&M... 16 201 12.6 179 11.2 -1.38 11.Colorado.... 16 206 12.9 177 11.1 -1.81 12.Iowa State.. 16 218 13.6 187 11.7 -1.94

REBOUNDING MARGIN

## Team G TEAM Avg OPP Avg Margin -----------------------------------------------1.Kansas...... 16 654 40.9 490 30.6 +10.2 2.Kansas St... 16 619 38.7 513 32.1 +6.6 3.Texas A&M... 16 588 36.8 534 33.4 +3.4 4.Texas....... 16 628 39.2 581 36.3 +2.9

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## Team G Assists Avg/G -----------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 16 277 17.31 2.Kansas State........ 16 238 14.88 3.Missouri............ 16 223 13.94 4.Nebraska............ 16 204 12.75 5.Colorado............ 16 191 11.94 6.Texas A&M........... 16 184 11.50 7.Texas............... 16 180 11.25 8.Texas Tech.......... 16 177 11.06 Baylor.............. 16 177 11.06 10.Iowa State.......... 16 171 10.69 11.Oklahoma............ 16 160 10.00 12.Oklahoma State...... 16 158 9.88


ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO

INDIVIDUAL

## Team G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio -----------------------------------------------1.Kansas...... 16 277 17.3 208 13.0 1.33 2.Texas....... 16 180 11.3 153 9.6 1.18 3.Missouri.... 16 223 13.9 198 12.4 1.13 4.Kansas State 16 238 14.9 222 13.9 1.07 5.Nebraska.... 16 204 12.8 208 13.0 0.98 6.Colorado.... 16 191 11.9 206 12.9 0.93 7.Texas A&M... 16 184 11.5 201 12.6 0.92 8.Baylor...... 16 177 11.1 201 12.6 0.88 9.Texas Tech.. 16 177 11.1 209 13.1 0.85 10.Oklahoma.... 16 160 10.0 200 12.5 0.80 11.Iowa State.. 16 171 10.7 218 13.6 0.78 12.Oklahoma St. 16 158 9.9 221 13.8 0.71

To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team’s games.

SCORING

## Player-Team Cl G FG 3FG FT Pts Avg/G -----------------------------------------------------------1.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 16 156 22 121 455 28.4 2.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 16 103 29 71 306 19.1 3.Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 16 101 21 42 265 16.6 4.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 16 88 24 62 262 16.4 5.Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 16 84 2 89 259 16.2 6.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 16 92 1 69 254 15.9 7.Griffin, Blake-OU......... FR 14 77 0 66 220 15.7 8.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 16 88 25 49 250 15.6 9.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 16 95 25 15 230 14.4 10.Lyons, Leo-MU............ JR 15 86 1 41 214 14.3 11.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 16 76 44 32 228 14.3 12.Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 16 58 20 81 217 13.6 Hubalek, Jiri-ISU........ SR 16 74 9 60 217 13.6 Dunn, LaceDarius-BU...... FR 16 63 34 57 217 13.6 15.Rush, Brandon-KU......... JR 16 71 38 36 216 13.5 16.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 16 88 0 33 209 13.1 Dugat, Henry-BU.......... JR 16 70 24 45 209 13.1 18.Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 16 76 1 54 207 12.9 19.Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 16 58 29 58 203 12.7 20.Roberson, John-TTU....... FR 16 65 28 42 200 12.5

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

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## Team G No. Avg/G --------------------------------------1.Kansas State........ 16 252 15.75 2.Texas............... 16 229 14.31 3.Kansas.............. 16 202 12.63 4.Baylor.............. 16 191 11.94 5.Texas A&M........... 16 186 11.63 6.Missouri............ 16 182 11.38 7.Oklahoma............ 16 181 11.31 8.Oklahoma State...... 16 164 10.25 9.Nebraska............ 16 162 10.13 10.Texas Tech.......... 16 139 8.69 11.Iowa State.......... 16 137 8.56 12.Colorado............ 16 115 7.19

REBOUNDING

## Player-Team Cl G OFF DEF TOT Avg/G ------------------------------------------------------1.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 16 64 125 189 11.8 2.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 16 71 115 186 11.6 3.James, Damion-UT......... SO 16 57 113 170 10.6 4.Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 16 48 115 163 10.2 5.Griffin, Blake-OU......... FR 14 51 85 136 9.7 6.Hubalek, Jiri-ISU........ SR 16 32 85 117 7.3 7.Jackson, Darnell-KU...... SR 16 25 86 111 6.9 8.Clark, Rahshon-ISU....... SR 15 27 75 102 6.8 9.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 16 24 83 107 6.7 10.Lyons, Leo-MU............ JR 15 35 62 97 6.5 11.Carroll, DeMarre-MU...... JR 16 40 63 103 6.4 12.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 16 44 57 101 6.3 13.Jordan, DeAndre-TAMU..... FR 16 26 73 99 6.2 14.Dove, Marcus-OSU......... SR 16 27 71 98 6.1 Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 16 36 62 98 6.1 16.Griffin, Taylor-OU........ JR 16 32 65 97 6.1 17.Rush, Brandon-KU......... JR 16 24 70 94 5.9 18.Anderson, Ryan-NU........ SO 16 16 70 86 5.4 19.Davis, Bryan-TAMU........ SO 16 28 55 83 5.2 20.Jones, Joseph-TAMU....... SR 16 32 50 82 5.1

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Team G No. Avg/G --------------------------------------1.Kansas.............. 16 452 28.25 2.Baylor.............. 16 424 26.50 3.Iowa State.......... 16 414 25.88 4.Texas A&M........... 16 402 25.13 5.Texas............... 16 399 24.94 6.Oklahoma............ 16 367 22.94 Kansas State........ 16 367 22.94 8.Nebraska............ 16 366 22.88 9.Texas Tech.......... 16 360 22.50 10.Missouri............ 16 350 21.88 11.Oklahoma State...... 16 333 20.81 12.Colorado............ 16 332 20.75

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE ## Team G 3FG Avg/G --------------------------------------1.Baylor.............. 16 131 8.19 2.Texas............... 16 122 7.63 3.Oklahoma State...... 16 116 7.25 4.Kansas State........ 16 113 7.06 5.Iowa State.......... 16 101 6.31 6.Kansas.............. 16 98 6.13 7.Oklahoma............ 16 97 6.06 Missouri............ 16 97 6.06 9.Nebraska............ 16 90 5.63 10.Colorado............ 16 88 5.50 11.Texas A&M........... 16 87 5.44 12.Texas Tech.......... 16 76 4.75

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

(Min. 5.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G FG FGA Pct ---------------------------------------------------1.Lyons, Leo-MU............ JR 15 86 150 .573 2.Griffin, Blake-OU......... FR 14 77 141 .546 3.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 16 92 170 .541 4.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 16 88 165 .533 5.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 16 95 180 .528 6.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 16 156 300 .520 7.Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 16 101 214 .472 8.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 16 88 192 .458 9.Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 16 84 191 .440 10.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 16 88 205 .429 11.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 16 103 249 .414

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OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team Cl G Assists Avg/G ------------------------------------------------1.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 16 85 5.31 2.Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 16 68 4.25 3.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 16 60 3.75 4.Robinson, Russell-KU..... SR 16 59 3.69 5.Miller, Cookie-NU........ FR 13 46 3.54 6.Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 16 56 3.50 7.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 16 55 3.44 8.Pullen, Jacob-KSU........ FR 16 52 3.25 Sloan, Donald-TAMU....... SO 16 52 3.25 Roberson, John-TTU....... FR 16 52 3.25 11.Stewart, Clent-KSU....... SR 14 45 3.21 12.Garrett, Diante-ISU...... FR 16 51 3.19 13.Horton, Jason-MU......... SR 14 44 3.14 14.Carter, Tweety-BU........ SO 16 48 3.00 15.Kirk, Dominique-TAMU..... SR 16 45 2.81

## Player-Team Cl G 3FG Avg/G ---------------------------------------------1.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 16 44 2.75 2.Rush, Brandon-KU......... JR 16 38 2.38 3.Dunn, LaceDarius-BU...... FR 16 34 2.13 4.Carter, Josh-TAMU........ JR 16 32 2.00 Lawrence, Matt-MU........ JR 16 32 2.00 6.Crocker, Tony-OU......... SO 16 31 1.94 Muonelo, Obi-OSU......... SO 16 31 1.94 8.Carter, Tweety-BU........ SO 16 30 1.88 9.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 16 29 1.81 Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 16 29 1.81 11.Anderson, James-OSU...... FR 16 28 1.75 Roberson, John-TTU....... FR 16 28 1.75 13.Johnson, Austin-OU....... JR 16 27 1.69 Anderson, Ryan-NU........ SO 16 27 1.69 15.Johnson, Wesley-ISU...... SO 15 25 1.67

## Player-Team Cl G Blocks Avg/G -----------------------------------------------1.Diene, Mamadou-BU........ JR 16 33 2.06 2.Atchley, Connor-UT....... JR 16 30 1.88 3.King-Stockton,Marcus-CU.. SR 16 26 1.63 Jordan, DeAndre-TAMU..... FR 16 26 1.63 5.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 16 22 1.38 James, Damion-UT......... SO 16 22 1.38 Dove, Marcus-OSU......... SR 16 22 1.38 8.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 16 21 1.31 9.Kaun, Sasha-KU........... SR 16 20 1.25 10.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 16 19 1.19 11.Longar, Longar-OU........ SR 14 15 1.07 12.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 16 17 1.06 13.Clark, Rahshon-ISU....... SR 15 13 0.87 14.Simpson, Delbert-BU...... JR 13 11 0.85 15.Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 16 13 0.81 Aldrich, Cole-KU......... FR 16 13 0.81

## Player-Team Cl G Steals Avg/G -----------------------------------------------1.Miller, Cookie-NU........ FR 13 26 2.00 2.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 16 30 1.88 Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 16 30 1.88 4.Anderson, Ryan-NU........ SO 16 28 1.75 Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 16 28 1.75 6.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 16 26 1.63 7.Robinson, Russell-KU..... SR 16 25 1.56 8.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 16 24 1.50 9.Dugat, Henry-BU.......... JR 16 23 1.44 10.Godbold, David-OU........ SR 16 22 1.38 Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 16 22 1.38 12.Davis, Bryan-TAMU........ SO 16 21 1.31 Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 16 21 1.31 14.Harris, Terrel-OSU....... JR 16 20 1.25 Young, Blake-KSU......... SR 16 20 1.25

(Min. 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team Cl G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio --------------------------------------------------------------1.Horton, Jason-MU......... SR 14 44 3.1 14 1.0 3.14 2.Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 16 68 4.3 30 1.9 2.27 3.Pullen, Jacob-KSU........ FR 16 52 3.3 25 1.6 2.08 4.Carter, Tweety-BU........ SO 16 48 3.0 24 1.5 2.00 5.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 16 85 5.3 43 2.7 1.98 6.Robinson, Russell-KU..... SR 16 59 3.7 30 1.9 1.97 7.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 16 60 3.8 34 2.1 1.76 8.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 16 55 3.4 37 2.3 1.49 9.Miller, Cookie-NU........ FR 13 46 3.5 33 2.5 1.39 10.Stewart, Clent-KSU....... SR 14 45 3.2 34 2.4 1.32 11.Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 16 56 3.5 45 2.8 1.24 12.Garrett, Diante-ISU...... FR 16 51 3.2 43 2.7 1.19 13.Sloan, Donald-TAMU....... SO 16 52 3.3 46 2.9 1.13 14.Roberson, John-TTU....... FR 16 52 3.3 49 3.1 1.06

(Min. 2.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G 3FG FGA Pct ---------------------------------------------------1.Rush, Brandon-KU......... JR 16 38 87 .437 2.Dunn, LaceDarius-BU...... FR 16 34 93 .366 3.Carter, Josh-TAMU........ JR 16 32 89 .360 4.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 16 44 129 .341 5.Lawrence, Matt-MU........ JR 16 32 102 .314

## Player-Team Cl G No. Avg/G ---------------------------------------------1.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 16 71 4.44 2.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 16 64 4.00 3.Griffin, Blake-OU......... FR 14 51 3.64 4.James, Damion-UT......... SO 16 57 3.56 5.Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 16 48 3.00 6.Arthur, Darrell-KU....... SO 16 44 2.75 7.Carroll, DeMarre-MU...... JR 16 40 2.50 8.Lyons, Leo-MU............ JR 15 35 2.33 9.Walker, Bill-KSU......... FR 16 36 2.25 10.Atchley, Connor-UT....... JR 16 34 2.13 11.Mason, Justin-UT......... SO 16 33 2.06

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(Min. 2.5 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G FTM FTA Pct ---------------------------------------------------1.Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 16 58 67 .866 2.Dunn, LaceDarius-BU...... FR 16 57 66 .864 3.Harris, Terrel-OSU....... JR 16 44 52 .846 4.Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 16 54 66 .818 5.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 16 121 149 .812 6.Robinson, Russell-KU..... SR 16 46 57 .807 7.Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 16 81 101 .802 8.Griffin, Taylor-OU........ JR 16 42 53 .792 9.Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 16 89 114 .781 10.Chalmers, Mario-KU....... JR 16 53 68 .779 11.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 16 71 95 .747 12.Singletary, Mike-TTU..... FR 15 40 54 .741 13.Dugat, Henry-BU.......... JR 16 45 61 .738 14.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 16 62 85 .729 15.Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 16 69 95 .726


12.Jones, Joseph-TAMU....... Griffin, Taylor-OU........ Hubalek, Jiri-ISU........ 15.Clark, Rahshon-ISU.......

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2.00 2.00 2.00 1.80

## Player-Team Cl G Minutes Avg/G ------------------------------------------------1.Augustin, D.J.-UT........ SO 16 624 39.00 2.Hall, Marcus-CU.......... SR 16 609 38.06 3.Abrams, A.J.-UT.......... JR 16 570 35.62 4.Higgins, Cory-CU......... FR 16 566 35.38 5.Zeno, Martin-TTU......... SR 16 560 35.00 6.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 16 558 34.88 7.Dove, Marcus-OSU......... SR 16 552 34.50 8.Johnson, Austin-OU....... JR 16 543 33.94 9.Kirk, Dominique-TAMU..... SR 16 538 33.62 10.Voskuil, Alan-TTU........ JR 16 534 33.38 11.Sloan, Donald-TAMU....... SO 16 531 33.19 12.Godbold, David-OU........ SR 16 524 32.75 13.Eaton, Byron-OSU......... JR 16 520 32.50 14.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 16 519 32.44 Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 16 519 32.44 Roberson, John-TTU....... FR 16 519 32.44 17.Anderson, Ryan-NU........ SO 16 516 32.25 Mason, Justin-UT......... SO 16 516 32.25 19.Jerrells, Curtis-BU...... JR 16 513 32.06 20.Miller, Cookie-NU........ FR 13 415 31.92

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team Cl G No. Avg/G ---------------------------------------------1.Beasley, Michael-KSU..... FR 16 125 7.81 2.Rogers, Kevin-BU......... JR 16 115 7.19 Maric, Aleks-NU.......... SR 16 115 7.19 4.James, Damion-UT......... SO 16 113 7.06 5.Griffin, Blake-OU......... FR 14 85 6.07 6.Jackson, Darnell-KU...... SR 16 86 5.38 7.Hubalek, Jiri-ISU........ SR 16 85 5.31 8.Roby, Richard-CU......... SR 16 83 5.19 9.Clark, Rahshon-ISU....... SR 15 75 5.00 10.Jordan, DeAndre-TAMU..... FR 16 73 4.56 11.Dove, Marcus-OSU......... SR 16 71 4.44 12.Rush, Brandon-KU......... JR 16 70 4.38 Anderson, Ryan-NU........ SO 16 70 4.38 14.Lyons, Leo-MU............ JR 15 62 4.13 15.Griffin, Taylor-OU........ JR 16 65 4.06

NCAA Statistical Rankings Review

TEAM A&M Category Rank Actual National Leader Actual Scoring Offense (328 ranked)...................................... 135.................... 70.8.......................... VMI......................................... 91.3 Scoring Defense (328 ranked)...................................... 23...................... 61.6.......................... Wisconsin............................... 54.4 Scoring Margin (328 ranked)........................................ 31...................... 9.2............................ Kansas.................................... 19.0 Field-Goal Percentage (328 ranked)............................ 47...................... 46.7.......................... Utah St.................................... 51.4 Field-Goal Percentage Defense (328 ranked).............. 14...................... 39.5.......................... Georgetown............................ 36.6 Three-Point Field Goals Per Game (328 ranked)......... 238.................... 5.9............................ VMI......................................... 11.6 Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (328 ranked)........ 130.................... 35.9.......................... IUPUI...................................... 42.3 Free-Throw Percentage (328 ranked).......................... 307.................... 63.3.......................... Utah St.................................... 79.2 Rebound Margin (328 ranked)...................................... 8........................ 7.1............................ North Carolina......................... 11.0 Assists Per Game (328 ranked)................................... 146.................... 13.5.......................... Notre Dame............................ 18.4 Blocked Shots Per Game (328 ranked)........................ 73...................... 4.0............................ Connecticut............................. 8.6 Steals Per Game (328 ranked)..................................... 321.................... 4.4............................ VMI......................................... 12.7 Won-Lost Percentage (328 ranked)............................. 52...................... 69.4.......................... Memphis................................. 95.0 Turnovers Per Game (328 ranked)............................... 50...................... 12.7.......................... Texas...................................... 9.4 Personal Fouls Per Game (328 ranked)....................... 60...................... 17.0.......................... UNC Asheville......................... 14.1 Assist Turnover Ratio (328 ranked).............................. 85...................... 1.06.......................... UMBC..................................... 1.57

INDIVIDUAL A&M Category Player Rank Actual National Leader Actual Points Per Game (100 ranked)..................................... ........................ ............ .................Reggie Williams, VMI............. 27.8 Field-Goal Percentage (100 ranked)............................ ........................ ............ .................Kenny George, UNCAsh........ 69.6 Three-Point Field Goals Per Game (100 ranked)......... ........................ ............ .................David Holston, ChiSt.............. 4.6 Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (100 ranked)........ ........................ ............ .................Jaycee Carroll, UtahSt........... 49.8 Free-Throw Percentage (100 ranked).......................... ........................ ............ .................Tyler Relph, StBona............... 93.8 Rebounds Per Game (100 ranked).............................. ........................ ............ .................Michael Beasley, Kan.St......... 12.4 Assists Per Game (100 ranked)................................... ........................ ............ .................Jason Richards, Dvdson........ 8.1 Blocked Shots Per Game (100 ranked)........................ ........................ ............ .................Jarvis Varnado, MissSt........... 4.6 Steals Per Game (100 ranked)..................................... ........................ ............ .................Devin Gibson, UTSA.............. 3.3 Assist Turnover Ratio (100 ranked)..............................Dominique Kirk...... 21....... 2.42.........Cliff Clinkscales, DePaul........ 3.62

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Big 12 Composite Schedule ALL TIMES CENTRAL EXCEPT COLORADO HOME GAMES; *Big 12 Games Friday, Nov. 14 Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Colorado............7 p.m. UC-Davis at Iowa State..........................7 p.m. Florida A&M at Kansas State..................7 p.m. UT-San Antonio at Oklahoma State........7 p.m. St. Francis (Pa.) at Texas Tech...............7 p.m. American at Oklahoma...........................7 p.m. Stetson at Texas........................................TBA

Saint Louis at Nebraska.........................7 p.m. Oakland at Kansas State........................7 p.m. UNC Wilmington at Texas A&M..............7 p.m. SE Louisiana at Texas Tech...................7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 15 Paul Quinn College at Baylor.................3 p.m. Prairie View A&M at Missouri............3:30 p.m. Loyola-Marymount at Iowa State...............TBA

Thursday, Nov. 27 Oklahoma State vs. Gonzaga.................8 p.m. Baylor vs. Providence......................10:30 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 16 SE Missouri State at Kansas State.........2 p.m. UW-Milwaukee at Iowa State.................7 p.m. San Jose State at Nebraska...................2 p.m. Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Texas A&M.........4 p.m. UMKC at Kansas....................................7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17 North Texas at Oklahoma State..............7 p.m. Chattanooga at Missouri.........................7 p.m. Sam Houston State at Texas Tech.........7 p.m. Mississippi Valley St. at Oklahoma.........8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18 Montana State at Colorado.....................7 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Texas A&M.............7 p.m. Florida Gulf Coast at Kansas..................8 p.m. Davidson/James Madison at Oklahoma....TBA Baylor at Centenary...................................TBA Tulane at Texas.........................................TBA

Opponents

Wednesday, Nov. 19 Emporia State at Kansas State..............7 p.m. Nebraska at TCU.......................................TBA Thursday, Nov. 20 Missouri vs. Xavier (in San Juan, PR)..... Noon Tulsa at Oklahoma State........................7 p.m. East Central at Texas Tech . .....................TBA Friday, Nov. 21 Missouri vs. Fairfield/Virginia Tech (PR)....TBA Jackson State at Texas A&M..................7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22 Arkansas Pine-Bluff at Nebraska............1 p.m. Harvard at Colorado...............................2 p.m. Kansas State at Cleveland State............6 p.m. Southern at Baylor.....................................TBA Gardner-Webb at Oklahoma.....................TBA Eastern Kentucky at Texas Tech...............TBA Sunday, Nov. 23 Grambling at Oklahoma State................3 p.m. Missouri vs. To Be Determined..................TBA Monday, Nov. 24 Texas vs. Saint Joseph’s........................2 p.m. Kansas vs. Washington..........................9 p.m. Iowa State at Hawaii.............................11 p.m. Jacksonville at Baylor................................TBA Tuesday, Nov. 25 Texas vs. Indiana/Notre Dame..................TBA Kansas vs. Syracuse/Florida . ..................TBA Lafayette at Colorado.............................7 p.m.

Wednesday, Nov. 26 Oklahoma vs. To Be Determined...............TBA Texas vs. To Be Determined......................TBA

Friday, Nov. 28 Oklahoma St. vs. Maryland/Michigan St....TBA Coppin State at Kansas..........................7 p.m. Texas A&M vs. Tulsa.........................7:30 p.m. Baylor vs. Arizona State/Charlotte.............TBA Kansas State vs. Kentucky...................11 p.m. Oklahoma vs. To Be Determined...............TBA Texas Tech vs. Pittsburgh..........................TBA Saturday, Nov. 29 Mississippi Valley at Iowa State.......12:30 p.m. Kansas State vs. Iowa/West Virginia.........TBA Creighton at Nebraska............................7 p.m. Colorado at Stanford.........................9:30 p.m. Texas A&M vs. Illinois/Kent State..............TBA Sunday, Nov. 30 Oral Roberts at Missouri.........................3 p.m. Baylor vs. To Be Determined.....................TBA Oklahoma State vs. To Be Determined.....TBA Rice at Texas.............................................TBA Texas Tech vs. Wash. St./Mississippi St....TBA

Tuesday, Dec. 9 Drake at Iowa State................................8 p.m. Texas vs. Villanova.................................8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 10 Colorado State at Colorado....................7 p.m. Maine at Oklahoma................................7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11 Kansas State vs. So. Mississippi............7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 12 Iowa State at Iowa...............................6/8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13 Kansas vs. Massachusetts . ..................1 p.m. Utah at Oklahoma...................................3 p.m. Prairie View A&M at Baylor.....................4 p.m. Murray State at Missouri.........................6 p.m. Texas A&M at Alabama...........................7 p.m. Texas Tech at Lamar..............................7 p.m. Nebraska at Oregon State.........................TBA Texas State at Texas.................................TBA Sunday, Dec. 14 Oklahoma State at A&M-C. Christi.........3 p.m. Gardner-Webb at Kansas State.............6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 15 Florida A&M at Texas A&M.....................7 p.m.

Monday, Dec. 1 Kent State at Kansas..............................8 p.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 16 Texas Southern at Texas...........................TBA Wednesday, Dec. 17 Mercer at Oklahoma State......................7 p.m. SMU at Texas A&M.................................7 p.m. Texas Tech at UTEP..................................TBA

Tuesday, Dec. 2 Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Missouri..............7 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 19 Prairie View A&M at Colorado................8 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec. 3 New Mexico State at Kansas..................7 p.m. Alabama State at Nebraska....................7 p.m. Wichita State at Texas Tech...................7 p.m. Iowa State at Northern Iowa...................8 p.m. TCU at Colorado........................................TBA

Saturday, Dec. 20 Texas vs. Michigan State........................1 p.m. Centenary at Kansas State.....................1 p.m. Temple at Kansas..............................1:30 p.m. Texas A&M vs. LSU...........................3:30 p.m. Stetson at Missouri.................................6 p.m. Oklahoma State vs. Rhode Island..........6 p.m. IPFW at Nebraska..................................7 p.m. Jacksonville State at Iowa State.............8 p.m. Oklahoma vs. Va. Commonwealth.........8 p.m. UT-Arlington at Baylor...............................TBA New Mexico at Texas Tech........................TBA

Thursday, Dec. 4 USC at Oklahoma...................................6 p.m. UCLA at Texas........................................8 p.m. Oklahoma State at Washington............10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5 Arizona at Texas A&M.......................8:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 Oregon State at Iowa State....................1 p.m. Jackson State at Kansas........................1 p.m. Baylor at Washington State.............10:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7 California at Missouri..............................1 p.m. Nebraska at Arizona State......................1 p.m. Kansas State at Oregon....................7:30 p.m. Oklahoma at Tulsa.....................................TBA

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Monday, Dec. 22 Hartford at Baylor...................................7 p.m. Oklahoma at Rice...................................7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 23 Missouri vs. Illinois.............................6:30 p.m. UL-Monroe at Colorado..........................7 p.m. South Dakota State at Iowa State..........7 p.m. UMBC at Nebraska.................................7 p.m. Centenary at Texas Tech........................7 p.m. Texas at Wisconsin............................8:30 p.m. Kansas at Arizona..............................9:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 27 SIU-Edwardsville at Missouri..................3 p.m. Colorado vs. To Be Determined.................TBA


Sunday, Dec. 28 Iowa State at Houston............................5 p.m. Sam Houston State at Texas A&M.........7 p.m. Texas Tech at Stanford...........................9 p.m. Colorado vs. To Be Determined.................TBA Monday, Dec. 29 Arkansas State at Oklahoma State........7 p.m. Portland State at Baylor.............................TBA Colorado vs. To Be Determined.................TBA

Saturday, Jan. 17 Oklahoma State at Baylor*..............12:30 p.m. Iowa State at Missouri*....................12:30 p.m. Oklahoma at Texas A&M*.......................1 p.m. Kansas at Colorado*..........................1:30 p.m. Texas at Texas Tech*..............................3 p.m. Kansas State at Nebraska*....................5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 19 Texas A&M at Kansas*...........................8 p.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 30 Wagner at Kansas State.........................7 p.m. Centenary at Missouri.............................7 p.m. South Carolina State at Nebraska..........7 p.m. Albany at Kansas....................................8 p.m. Colorado vs. To Be Determined.................TBA Oklahoma at Arkansas..............................TBA

Tuesday, Jan. 20 Colorado at Texas Tech*.........................7 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec. 31 Texas A&M at Rice.................................3 p.m. Jackson State at Baylor..........................4 p.m. Mercer at Iowa State..............................4 p.m.

Saturday, Jan. 24 Texas Tech at Missouri*...................12:30 p.m. Kansas at Iowa State*............................1 p.m. Oklahoma State at Nebraska*................3 p.m. Baylor at Oklahoma*...............................3 p.m. Kansas State at Colorado*.....................4 p.m. Texas A&M at Texas*..............................7 p.m.

Tuesday, Jan. 1 Stephen F. Austin at Texas Tech.............6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 2 Appalachian State at Texas....................8 p.m. South Carolina at Baylor............................TBA Saturday, Jan. 3 Missouri at Georgia................................. Noon Coppin State at Oklahoma..............12:30 p.m. Tennessee at Kansas.............................1 p.m. Idaho State at Kansas State...................1 p.m. Maryland-E. Shore at Nebraska.............2 p.m. Northwestern St. at Oklahoma State......2 p.m. SIU-Edwardsville at Iowa State..............7 p.m. McNeese State at Texas A&M................7 p.m.

Tuesday, Jan. 6 Houston Baptist at Iowa State................7 p.m. Siena at Kansas.....................................7 p.m. TCU at Texas Tech.................................7 p.m. Coppin State at Missouri........................8 p.m. Texas at Arkansas .................................8 p.m. Savannah St. at Oklahoma State......8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 7 Western State at Colorado........................TBA Saturday, Jan. 10 Texas Tech at Baylor*......................12:30 p.m. Oklahoma at Kansas State*............12:30 p.m. Kansas at Michigan State.......................1 p.m. Missouri at Nebraska*............................2 p.m. Iowa State at Texas*...............................3 p.m. Texas A&M at Oklahoma State*.............8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 12 Texas at Oklahoma*...............................8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13 Kansas State at Kansas*........................7 p.m.

Monday, Jan. 26 Oklahoma at Oklahoma State*...............8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 27 Texas at Baylor*......................................8 p.m. Iowa State at Colorado*.............................TBA Wednesday, Jan. 28 Kansas at Nebraska*.........................6:30 p.m. Missouri at Kansas State*......................8 p.m. Texas Tech at Texas A&M*.....................8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31 Oklahoma at Iowa State*.................12:30 p.m. Oklahoma State at Texas A&M*.............1 p.m. Colorado at Kansas*...............................3 p.m. Kansas State at Texas*..........................3 p.m. Baylor at Missouri*..................................5 p.m. Nebraska at Texas Tech*........................7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2 Kansas at Baylor*...................................8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3 Iowa State at Kansas State*...................7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4 Texas A&M at Oklahoma*.......................8 p.m. Texas Tech at Oklahoma State*.............8 p.m. Missouri at Texas*.............................8:30 p.m. Nebraska at Colorado*..............................TBA Saturday, Feb. 7 Colorado at Oklahoma*...................12:30 p.m. Texas at Nebraska*................................1 p.m. Oklahoma State at Kansas*..............2:30 p.m. Kansas State at Texas A&M*..................3 p.m. Missouri at Iowa State*...........................5 p.m. Baylor at Texas Tech*.............................7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9 Kansas at Missouri*................................8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10 Oklahoma State at Texas*......................7 p.m.

Wednesday, Jan. 14 Nebraska at Iowa State*.........................7 p.m. Colorado at Missouri*.............................8 p.m. Baylor at Texas A&M*.............................8 p.m.

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Saturday, Feb. 14 Texas at Colorado*.................................. Noon Nebraska at Missouri*.....................12:30 p.m. Texas Tech at Oklahoma*................12:30 p.m. Kansas at Kansas State*...................2:30 p.m. Iowa State at Oklahoma State*..............3 p.m. Texas A&M at Baylor*.............................5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 16 Texas at Texas A&M*..............................8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17 N. Carolina Central at Kansas State.......7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18 Iowa State at Kansas*............................7 p.m. Colorado at Nebraska*...........................8 p.m. Oklahoma State at Texas Tech*........8:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21 Missouri at Colorado*......................11:30 a.m. Baylor at Oklahoma State*..............12:30 p.m. Nebraska at Kansas*..............................3 p.m. Kansas State at Iowa State*...................5 p.m. Texas A&M at Texas Tech*.....................5 p.m. Oklahoma at Texas*...............................8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 23 Kansas at Oklahoma*.............................8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24 Baylor at Iowa State*..............................8 p.m. Texas A&M at Nebraska*...................8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25 Kansas State at Missouri*......................8 p.m. Texas Tech at Texas*.........................8:30 p.m. Oklahoma State at Colorado*....................TBA Saturday, Feb. 28 Iowa State at Texas A&M*...............12:30 p.m. Oklahoma at Texas Tech*..................2:30 p.m. Colorado at Baylor*................................3 p.m. Texas at Oklahoma State*......................5 p.m. Nebraska at Kansas State*....................7 p.m. Sunday, March 1 Missouri at Kansas*................................1 p.m. Monday, March 2 Baylor at Texas*......................................8 p.m. Tuesday, March 3 Kansas State at Oklahoma State*.... 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 4 Iowa State at Nebraska*....................6:30 p.m. Texas A&M at Colorado*.........................7 p.m. Oklahoma at Missouri*...........................8 p.m. Kansas at Texas Tech*......................8:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7 Colorado at Kansas State*..............12:30 p.m. Texas Tech at Iowa State*...............12:30 p.m. Missouri at Texas A&M*..........................1 p.m. Oklahoma State at Oklahoma*..........2:30 p.m. Texas at Kansas*....................................3 p.m. Nebraska at Baylor*................................3 p.m.

Opponents

Monday, Jan. 5 Chicago State at Kansas State...............7 p.m. Florida A&M at Nebraska........................7 p.m. North Dakota at Texas A&M...................7 p.m. Maryland-E. Shore at Oklahoma............7 p.m. Colorado at SMU.......................................TBA

Wednesday, Jan. 21 Baylor at Kansas State*..........................8 p.m. Missouri at Oklahoma State*..................8 p.m. Nebraska at Oklahoma*.........................8 p.m.

Wednesday, Feb. 11 Colorado at Iowa State*.....................6:30 p.m. Oklahoma at Baylor*...............................8 p.m. Texas Tech at Kansas State*..................8 p.m.


2008 South Padre Invitational First Round Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 23

A&M-Corpus Christi at Illinois...... 4:30 p.m. N.C. Central at Kent State................... TBA Jackson State at Texas A&M............ 7 p.m. UNC Wilmington at Kent State............ TBA

Nov. 23 Nov. 23 Nov. 25 Nov. 25

Jackson State at Illinois.................... 3 p.m. A&M-Corpus Christi at Tulsa............ 3 p.m. NC Central at Tulsa.......................... 7 p.m. UNC Wilmington at Texas A&M........ 7 p.m.

Nov. 28 Nov. 28 Nov. 28 Nov. 28

(South Padre Island Convention Center) (1) UNC Wilmington vs. N.C. Central........ Noon (2) A&M-C.C. vs. Jackson State..........2:30 p.m. (3) Illinois vs. Kent State...........................5 p.m. (4) Texas A&M vs. Tulsa......................7:30 p.m.

Second Round Championship Round Nov. 29 Nov. 29 Nov. 29 Nov. 29

Third Round

(South Padre Island Convention Center) (1) Loser vs. (2) Loser............... 11:30 a.m. (1) Winner vs. (2) Winner.................. 2 p.m. (3) Loser vs. (4) Loser................. 4:30 p.m. (3) Winner vs. (4) Winner.................. 7 p.m.

Tie Breakers

Opponents

1st Tiebreaker: Head-to-Head 2nd Tiebreaker: Defensive Points (Total)

Big 12/Pac 10 Hardwood Series Thursday, Dec. 4 Oklahoma State at Washington UCLA at Texas USC at Oklahoma

Sunday, Dec. 7 Kansas State at Oregon Nebraska at Arizona State California at Missouri

Friday, Dec. 5 Arizona at Texas A&M

Outside the 4-day series window Colorado at Stanford (Sat., Nov. 29) Kansas at Arizona (Tue., Dec. 23) Texas Tech at Stanford (Sun., Dec. 28)

Saturday, Dec. 6 Baylor at Washington State Oregon State at Iowa State 88


No. 11 seed

Game 4 8:20 p.m. Big 12 Network

No. 6 seed

No. 10 seed

Game 3 6:00 p.m. Big 12 Network

No. 7 seed

No. 12 seed

Game 2 2:00 p.m. Big 12 Network

No. 5 seed

No. 9 seed

Game 1 11:30 a.m. Big 12 Network

No. 8 seed

First Round Wednesday, March 11

No. 3 seed

Game 8 8:30 p.m. ESPN2

No. 2 seed

Game 7 6:00 p.m. Big 12 Network

No. 4 seed

Game 6 2:00 p.m. Big 12 Network

No. 1 seed

Game 5 11:30 a.m. ESPN2

Quarterfinals Thursday, March 12

Big 12 Champion

March 11-14 Ford Center Oklahoma City

March 10-13 (Kansas City)

Note: The Championship will be held Wednesday - Saturday beginning in 2009

2011: March 9-12 (Kansas City)

2010:

Future Championship Dates

Game 11 5:00 p.m. ESPN

Championship Saturday, March 14

All times Central Standard. Times and network lineups are subject to change Telecasts on the Big 12 Network are syndicated by ESPN Regional Television throughout Big 12 markets

Game 10 8:20 p.m. Big 12 Network

Game 9 6:00 p.m. Big 12 Network

Semifinals Friday, March 13

Wednesday - Saturd a y , M a r c h 11-14 Ford C e n t e r - - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

2009 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship

Opponents

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2009 NCAA Division I Basketball Championship

Opponents


Ark.-Pine Bluff Golden Lions Location............................................Pine Bluff, Ark. Enrollment...................................................... 3,100 Affiliation........................................NCAA Division I Conference........................... Southwestern Athletic Colors.............................................. Black and gold Head Coach........................................ George Ivory Record at School..............................0-0 (first year) Overall Record................................................... n/a 2007-08 Record (Conference)..... 13-18 (8-10, 6th) 2008 Postseason........................................... None Media Relations Contact..............Tamara Williams Office.................................................870-575-7174 Fax.....................................................870-575-7881 email.................................. tlbwilliams@yahoo.com Website: www.uapblionsroar.com

Series: A&M leads, 2-0 In Pine Bluff, Ark.: 0-0 In College Station: A&M leads, 2-0 At Reed Arena : A&M leads, 2-0 Current Win Streak: A&M, 2 games Longest Texas A&M Win Streak: 2 games Largest A&M Win: 82-53 (2003-04) Mark Turgeon vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff: 1-0 George Ivory vs. Texas A&M: 0-0 Year

Winner

Site

2003-04 2007-08

A&M..................82-53............... College Station A&M..................64-37............... College Station

Alabama Crimson Tide

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Series: UA leads, 6-2 In Tuscaloosa, Ala.: Alabama leads, 2-0 In College Station: A&M leads, 2-1 At Reed Arena : A&M leads, 2-0 Current Win Streak: A&M, 2 games Longest Texas A&M Win Streak: 2 games Largest A&M Win: 76-63 (2007-08) Mark Turgeon vs. Alabama: 1-1 Mark Gottfried vs. Texas A&M: 0-2 Year

Winner

Site

1958-59 1966-67 1978-79 1991-92 1992-93 1997-98 1998-99 2007-08

Alabama...........66-62............ Birmingham, Ala. Alabama...........89-68...........Hattiesburg, Miss. Alabama...........72-68...............Houston, Texas Alabama...........74-61............... College Station Alabama...........64-58............. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama...........81-64............. Tuscaloosa, Ala. A&M..................65-58............... College Station A&M..................76-63............... College Station

Opponents

Location.........................................Tuscaloosa, Ala. Enrollment.................................................... 23,878 Affiliation........................................NCAA Division I Conference.........................................Southeastern Colors........................................ Crimson and white Head Coach...............Mark Gottfried (Alabama ‘87) Record at School......................198-124 (10 years) Overall Record..........................266-148 (13 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).. 17-16 (5-11, 5thW) 2008 Postseason........................................... None Media Relations Contact......................Becky Hopf Office.............................................205-348-6084 Fax.................................................205-348-8841 email.........................................bhopf@ia.ua.edu Website: www.rolltide.com


Arizona Wildcats Series: UA leads, 6-0

Location.............................................. Tucson, Ariz. Enrollment.................................................... 37,217 Affiliation........................................NCAA Division I Conference...................................................Pac 10 Colors......................................... Cardinal and navy Head Coach................... Lute Olson (Augsburg ‘56) Record at School......................589-187 (24 years) Overall Record..........................780-280 (34 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)..... 19-15 (8-10, 7th) 2008 Postseason........................................... None Media Relations Contact................. Richard Paige Office.............................................520-621-4163 Fax.................................................520-621-1681 email.......................... rpaige@email.arizona.edu Website: www.ArizonaAthletics.com

In Tucson, Ariz.: UA leads, 3-0 At McKale Center: UA leads, 2-0 In College Station: 0-0 At Reed Arena : 0-0 At Neutral Sites: UA leads, 3-0 Current Win Streak: UA, 6 games Longest A&M Win Streak: 0 Longest UA Win Streak: 6 games Largest A&M Win: n/a Largest UA Win: 88-44 (1995-96) Masrk Turgeon vs. Arizona: 0-1 Lute Olson vs. A&M: 1-0 Year

Winner

Site

1949-50 1949-50 1952-53 1970-71 1995-96 2007-08

Arizona................. 56-50.......... San Antonio Arizona................. 59-46......... Tucson, Ariz. Arizona................. 66-49....................Dallas Arizona................. 90-75.....Greenville, S.C. Arizona................. 88-44......... Tucson, Ariz. Arizona................. 78-67......... Tucson, Ariz.

Opponents

Baylor Bears Largest A&M Win: 52-10 (1919-20) Largest BU Win: 97-45 (2001-02) Mark Turgeon vs. Baylor: 1-1 Scott Drew vs. A&M: 3-7

Location . ........................................ Waco, Texas Enrollment....................................................14,040 Affiliation . ................................... NCAA Division I Conference................................................... Big 12 Colors . .......................................Green & Gold Head Coach...........................................Scott Drew Record at School........................... 57-80 (5 years) Overall Record............................... 77-91 (6 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)..... 21-11 (9-7, T4th) 2008 Postseason................................. NCAA (0-1) Media Relations Contact................... Chris Yandle Cell............................................... 254-652-9068 Fax................................................ 254-710-1369 email..................christopher_yandle@baylor.edu Website: www.BaylorBears.com

Series: A&M leads, 125-72 In Waco: A&M leads, 50-42 At Ferrell Center: A&M leads, 11-9 In College Station: A&M leads, 72-28 At Reed Arena : A&M leads, 7-3 At Neutral Sites: A&M leads, 3-2 At Big 12 Tournament: BU leads, 1-0 Current Win Streak: A&M, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 11 games Longest BU Win Streak: 8 games

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Year

Winner

Site

1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1921-22 1922-23

A&M..................... 30-11.....................Waco A&M..................... 35-23.....................Waco A&M.....................39-  8..............C. Station A&M.....................41-  6..............C. Station A&M..................... 28-24.....................Waco A&M .................... 24-22 . ..................Waco A&M.....................31-  8 . ..................Waco A&M..................... 20-13.....................Waco Baylor................... 23-14.........................n/a A&M.....................19-  9.........................n/a A&M..................... 31-25.........................n/a A&M..................... 22-15.........................n/a A&M.....................41-  8 . ......................n/a A&M.....................29-  5 . ......................n/a A&M..................... 56-18.........................n/a Baylor................... 26-24 . ......................n/a A&M..................... 36-10.........................n/a A&M..................... 52-10.........................n/a A&M.....................28-  8 . ......................n/a A&M..................... 37-11.........................n/a Baylor................... 17-15 . ......................n/a A&M..................... 17-15.........................n/a Baylor.................. 19-18 . ......................n/a A&M..................... 32-19.........................n/a A&M..................... 25-15.........................n/a A&M..................... 32-19.........................n/a A&M..................... 34-30.........................n/a


1923-24

A&M........34-14................ n/a A&M........21- 4............ Waco Baylor......15-  9............ Waco A&M........37-13............ Waco A&M........26-14............ Waco

First Season in DeWare Fieldhouse A&M........15-13............ Waco A&M........26-10..... C. Station Baylor......22-19..... C. Station A&M........27-25............ Waco A&M........31-12..... C. Station Baylor......27-18............ Waco Baylor......29-23............ Waco Baylor......40-33............ Waco A&M........20-19............ Waco A&M........33-29..... C. Station A&M........30-14..... C. Station A&M........34-31............ Waco A&M........46-23............ Waco Baylor......33-29..... C. Station A&M........27-13..... C. Station Baylor......42-28............ Waco A&M........37-33............ Waco A&M........21-19............ Waco Baylor......36-28 ........... Waco A&M........48-46..... C. Station Baylor......38-34 .... C. Station Baylor......47-23 ........... Waco A&M........49-46..... C. Station Baylor......68-36 ........... Waco A&M........33-31..... C. Station Baylor......28-17 ........... Waco Baylor......48-46 .... C. Station Baylor......38-35 ........... Waco Baylor......66-58............ Waco A&M........59-45..... C. Station Baylor......48-43 ........... Waco Baylor......42-39 .... C. Station A&M........42-30............ Waco A&M........29-28..... C. Station Baylor......54-48 .... C. Station Baylor......44-41 ........... Waco Baylor......59-51 .... C. Station Baylor......44-39 ........... Waco Baylor......57-41 ........... Waco Baylor......70-52 .... C. Station Baylor......53-47 .... C. Station Baylor......38-26 ........... Waco A&M........56-45............ Waco A&M........56-54..... C. Station A&M........55-53............ Waco A&M........48-36..... C. Station A&M........47-36..... C. Station Baylor......52-45 ........... Waco Baylor......60-44 ........... Waco Baylor......47-46 .... C. Station Baylor......64-50 .......... Dallas Baylor......47-45 .... C. Station

Baylor......79-63 ........... Waco

First Season in G. Rollie White Coliseum 1954-55 Baylor........ 89-77............... Waco Baylor......86-68 .... C. Station 1955-56 A&M........... 90-70........ C. Station Baylor......85-66 ........... Waco 1956-57 Baylor......67-58 ........... Waco A&M........64-61..... C. Station 1957-58 A&M........80-63........Houston A&M........57-47............ Waco A&M........60-51..... C. Station 1958-59 Baylor......56-49 ........... Waco A&M........65-52..... C. Station 1959-60 A&M........67-51..... C. Station A&M........77-63............ Waco 1960-61 A&M........75-61............ Waco A&M........90-69..... C. Station 1961-62 A&M........54-52............ Waco A&M........84-61..... C. Station 1962-63 A&M........80-54..... C. Station A&M........68-54............ Waco 1963-64 A&M........83-58..... C. Station A&M........77-71............ Waco 1964-65 Baylor......80-77..... C. Station Baylor......84-77............ Waco 1965-66 A&M........81-60............ Waco A&M........95-78..... C. Station 1966-67 Baylor......93-65............ Waco A&M........71-69..... C. Station 1967-68 Baylor......77-67..... C. Station A&M........67-63............ Waco 1968-69 Baylor......66-65............ Waco A&M........86-74..... C. Station 1969-70 Baylor......79-71..... C. Station Baylor......70-68............ Waco 1970-71 Baylor....108-83 ........... Waco     Baylor.(OT) 78-71 . C. Station 1971-72 A&M........85-75..... C. Station     A&M.(OT) 101-95.......... Waco 1972-73 A&M........91-80..... C. Station A&M........76-63............ Waco 1973-74 Baylor......71-62............ Waco A&M........94-72..... C. Station 1974-75 A&M........96-66..... C. Station A&M........62-55............ Waco 1975-76 A&M.(OT) 76-69............ Waco A&M........78-63..... C. Station 1976-77 A&M........60-59............ Waco A&M........72-57..... C. Station 1977-78 Baylor......77-61............ Waco A&M........58-56..... C. Station 1978-79 A&M........77-64..... C. Station A&M........71-58............ Waco 1979-80 A&M........74-57..... C. Station A&M........59-50............ Waco 1980-81 Baylor......53-44............ Waco A&M........84-59..... C. Station 1981-82 A&M........47-46..... C. Station

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1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91     1991-92 1992-93 1993-94      1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

Baylor......58-55............ Waco A&M........64-63........... Dallas A&M........68-66............ Waco A&M........74-62..... C. Station A&M........63-52..... C. Station A&M........71-62............ Waco A&M......102-78............ Waco A&M........78-74..... C. Station A&M........62-48..... C. Station A&M........62-58............ Waco Baylor......71-70..... C. Station Baylor......51-48............ Waco A&M........71-46........... Dallas A&M........58-57............ Waco Baylor.(2 OT) 74-73.... C. Station A&M........62-53..... C. Station A&M........76-65............ Waco A&M........76-69............ Waco Baylor......85-77..... C. Station Baylor......90-85..... C. Station A&M.(OT) 66-61............ Waco A&M........63-61............ Waco Baylor......96-86..... C. Station A&M........80-71..... C. Station Baylor......90-82............ Waco A&M........90-74............ Waco Baylor.(2 OT) 95-92.C. Station A&M........80-70..... C. Station A&M........87-78............ Waco Baylor......74-67............ Waco A&M........67-64..... C. Station Baylor......69-66............ Waco A&M........62-57..... C. Station Baylor......73-64............ Waco A&M........80-75..... C. Station Baylor......66-63.. Kansas City

First Season in Reed Arena 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

A&M........57-56............ Waco A&M........69-58..... C. Station Baylor......81-75..... C. Station Baylor......63-54............ Waco A&M........73-69..... C. Station Baylor......85-59............ Waco A&M........63-60..... C. Station Baylor......97-45............ Waco Baylor......69-77............ Waco A&M........79-60..... C. Station Baylor......72-64............ Waco Baylor.(OT) 67-61.. C. Station A&M........74-62..... C. Station A&M........84-76............ Waco A&M........72-70..... C. Station A&M........64-60............ Waco A&M........61-51............ Waco A&M........97-87..... C. Station Baylor (OT) 116-110............C. Station

A&M........71-57............ Waco

Opponents

1924-25 1925-26 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54


Colorado Buffaloes Current Win Streak: A&M, 5 games Longest A&M Win Streak: 5 games Longest Colorado Win Streak: 5 games Largest A&M Win: 86-53, 2005-06 Largest Colorado Win: 79-53, (1999-00) Mark Turgeon vs. Colorado: 1-0 Jeff Bzdelik vs. A&M: 0-1

Location............................................ Boulder, Colo. Enrollment.................................................... 28,624 Affiliation........................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................Big 12 Colors...................................... Silver, Black & Gold Head Coach................Jeff Bzdelik (Ill.-Chicago ‘76) Record at School............................. 12-20 (1 year) Overall Record................................87-67 (5 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).... 12-20 (3-13, 12th) 2008 Postseason........................................... None Media Relations Contact.................Andrew Green Cell................................................303-470-9780 Fax.................................................303-492-3811 email......................andrew.green@colorado.edu Website: www.CUBuffs.com

Year

Winner

Site

1968-69 1996-97 1997-98

Colorado..........97-82....... Manhattan, Kan. Colorado..........77-64..................... Boulder Colorado..........68-67......... College Station

First Season in Reed Arena 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Series: CU leads, 9-6 In Boulder: Colorado leads, 4-2 At Coors Center: Colorado leads, 4-2 In College Station: Tied, 3-3 At Reed Arena: A&M leads, 3-2 At Neutral Sites: Colorado leads, 2-1 At Big 12 Tournament: Tied, 1-1

Colorado..........71-61..................... Boulder A&M.................74-69......... College Station Colorado..........79-53...............Kansas City Colorado..........88-58..................... Boulder Colorado..........92-77......... College Station Colorado..........93-88..................... Boulder Colorado..........76-70......... College Station A&M.................92-77..................... Boulder A&M.................61-58......... College Station A&M.................86-53........................Dallas A&M.................87-69..................... Boulder A&M.................86-69......... College Station

Opponents

Florida A&M Rattlers Location........................................ Tallahassee, Fla. Enrollment.................................................... 12,500 Affiliation........................................NCAA Division I Conference.............................. Mid-Eastern Athletic Colors.........................................Orange and green Head Coach.............. Eugene Harris (Florida State) Record at School............................. 15-17 (1 year) Overall Record................................. 15-17 (1 year) 2007-08 Record (Conference)....... 15-17 (9-7, 5th) 2008 Postseason........................................... None Media Relations Contact.............. Ronnie Johnson Office.............................................850-561-2701 Fax.................................................850-599-3206 email...........................ronjon_2001@yahoo.com Website: www.thefamurattlers.com

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Series: A&M leads, 1-0 In Tallahassee: 0-0 At Gaither Gym: 0-0 In College Station: A&M leads, 1-0 At Reed Arena: A&M leads, 1-0 At Neutral Sites: 0-0 Current Win Streak: A&M, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 1 game Longest FAMU Win Streak: n/a Largest A&M Win: 83-54, 2007-08 Largest FAMU Win: n/a Mark Turgeon vs. FAMU: 1-0 Eugene Harris vs. A&M: 0-1 Year

Winner

Site

2007-08

A&M.................83-54......... College Station


Illinois Fighting Illini Location...........................................Champaign, Ill. Enrollment....................................................36,000 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference................................................... Big 10 Colors..............................................Orange & Blue Head Coach.....Bruce Weber (Wisc.-Milwaukee ’78) Record at School......................... 128-47 (5 years) Overall Record......................... 231-101 (10 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).....16-19 (5-13, 9th) 2008 Postseason...........................................None Media Relations Contact................Derrick Burson Cell............................................... 217-766-7315 Fax................................................ 217-333-5540 email.................................... burson@illinois.edu Website: www.fightingillini.cstv.com

Series: Illinois leads, 3-0 In Champaign: Illinois leads, 1-0 At Assembly Hall: Illinois leads, 1-0 In College Station: 0-0 At Reed Arena: 0-0 At Neutral Sites: Illinois leads, 2-0 Current Win Streak: Illinois, 3 games Longest A&M Win Streak: n/a Longest Illinois Win Streak: 3 games (1978-83) Largest A&M Win: n/a Largest Illinois Win: 71-57 (1978-79) Mark Turgeon vs. Illinois: 0-1 Bruce Weber vs. A&M: 0-0 Year

Winner

Site

1978-79 1981-82 1982-83

Illinois...................... 71-57............ Lexington, Ky. Illinois...................... 76-63...........Champaign, Ill. Illinois...................... 72-70.....Anchorage, Alaska

Iowa State Cyclones

Series: Tied, 7-7 In Ames: Tied, 3-3 At Hilton Coliseum: Tied, 3-3 In College Station: Tied, 3-3 At Reed Arena: A&M leads, 3-2 At Neutral Sites: Tied, 1-1 At Big 12 Tournament: Tied, 1-1 Current Win Streak: A&M, 5 games

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Longest A&M Win Streak: 5 games Longest ISU Win Streak: 5 games (1997-01) Largest A&M Win: 73-49 (2006-07) Largest ISU Win: 97-70 (2002-03) Mark Turgeon vs. ISU: 2-0 Greg McDermott vs. A&M: 0-3 Year

Winner

Site

1996-97 1997-98

Iowa State............... 71-57...........College Station Iowa State............... 68-59..........................Ames

First Season in Reed Arena 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Iowa State............... 64-53...........College Station Iowa State............... 65-58..........................Ames Iowa State............... 72-53...........College Station A&M........................ 52-50..........................Ames A&M ....................... 66-54...........College Station Iowa State............... 97-70.........................Dallas Iowa State............... 91-82..........................Ames A&M........................ 75-59...........College Station A&M............... (OT) 86-81..........................Ames A&M........................ 73-49...........College Station A&M........................ 69-51..........................Ames A&M........................ 60-47................Kansas City

Opponents

Location................................................Ames, Iowa Enrollment....................................................24,445 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference................................................... Big 12 Colors............................................ Cardinal & Gold Head Coach..............Greg McDermott (N. Iowa ‘88) Record at School........................... 29-34 (2 years) Overall Record......................... 250-161 (14 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).... 14-18 (4-12, 11th) 2008 Postseason...........................................None Media Relations Contact.....................Mike Green Cell............................................... 515-460-5804 Fax................................................ 515-294-0125 email.................................. mgreen@iastate.edu Website: www.cyclones.com


Jackson State Tigers Location...........................................Jackson, Miss. Enrollment......................................................8,500 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference...........................Southwestern Athletic Colors............................ Royal Blue, White & Navy Head Coach....Tevester Anderson (Ark. AM&N ’62) Record at School........................... 77-85 (5 years) Overall Record......................... 180-137 (10 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)......14-20 (10-8 4th)

2008 Postseason...........................................None Media Relations Contact............ Wesley Peterson Office............................................ 601-503-5898 Fax................................................ 601-797-2000 email......................wesley.peterson@jsums.edu Website: www.cyclones.com

Series: First Meeting

Opponents

Kansas Jayhawks Location.......................................... Lawrence, Kan. Enrollment.................................................... 29,613 Affiliation........................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................Big 12 Colors............................................. Crimson & Blue Head Coach.............. Bill Self (Oklahoma State ’85) Record at School..........................142-32 (5 years) Overall Record..........................349-137 (15 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)....... 37-3 (13-3, 1st) 2008 Postseason..................................NCAA (6-0) Media Relations Contact..................Chris Theisen Cell................................................785-331-9356 Fax.................................................785-864-7944 email.......................................... theisen@ku.edu Website: www.kuathletics.com

At Neutral Sites: Kansas leads, 2-0 At Big 12 Tournament: 1-0 Current Win Streak: Kansas, 2 games Longest A&M Win Streak: 1 game Longest Kansas Win Streak: 11 games Largest A&M Win: 69-66 (2006-07) Largest Kansas Win: 85-45 (2002-03) Mark Turgeon vs. Kansas: 0-2 Bill Self vs. A&M: 5-1

Series: Kansas leads, 13-1

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Year

Winner

Site

1967-68 1996-97 1997-98

Kansas.................78-52............Manhattan, Kan. Kansas.................89-60...................... Lawrence Kansas.................83-65..............College Station

First Season in Reed Arena

In Lawrence: Kansas leads, 5-1 At Allen Fieldhouse: Kansas leads, 5-1 In College Station: Kansas leads, 6-0 At Reed Arena: Kansas leads, 5-0

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Kansas.................95-57...................... Lawrence Kansas.................78-57..............College Station Kansas...............100-70...................... Lawrence Kansas.................86-74..............College Station Kansas.................85-45...................... Lawrence Kansas.................71-65..............College Station Kansas.................65-60...................... Lawrence Kansas.................83-73..............College Station A&M.....................69-66...................... Lawrence Kansas.................72-55..............College Station Kansas.................77-71...................Kansas City


Kansas State Wildcats Largest A&M Win: 65-51 (2004-05) Largest KSU Win: 81-49 (1990-91) Mark Turgeon vs. KSU: 3-3 Frank Martin vs. A&M: 1-1

Location........................................ Manhattan, Kan. Enrollment....................................................23,182 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference................................................... Big 12 Colors..............................................Purple & White Head Coach......Frank Martin (Fla. International ‘93) Record at School.............................. 0-0 (1st year) Overall Record.................................. 0-0 (1st year) 2007-08 Record (Conference).....23-12 (10-6, 4th) 2008 Postseason................................. NCAA (1-1) Media Relations Contact..................... Tom Gilbert Cell............................................... 785-587-7868 Fax................................................ 785-587-6093 email................................... tgilbert@k-state.edu Website: www.kstatesports.com

Year

Winner

Site

1960-61 1967-68 1990-91 1993-94 1996-97 1997-98

Kansas State............69-64................ Manhattan Kansas State............82-77..................Lawrence Kansas State............81-49.............. Kansas City Kansas State............63-54................ Manhattan A&M.........................76-67.........College Station Kansas State............95-80................ Manhattan

First Season in Reed Arena 1999-00 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Series: KSU leads, 14-6 In Manhattan: KSU leads, 9-0 At Bramlage Coliseum: KSU leads, 8-0 In College Station: A&M leads, 5-1 At Reed Arena: A&M leads, 4-1 At Neutral Sites: KSU leads, 4-1 At Big 12 Tournament: KSU leads, 2-1 Current Win Streak: A&M, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 1 game Longest KSU Win Streak: 4 games (twice)

Kansas State............81-76................ Manhattan A&M.........................79-74.........College Station Kansas State............87-76.............. Kansas City Kansas State............81-76................ Manhattan Kansas State............53-48.........College Station Kansas State............69-38................ Manhattan A&M.........................79-66.........College Station Kansas State............70-61................ Manhattan A&M.........................65-51.........College Station Kansas State............68-62.............. Kansas City Kansas State ..........58-54................ Manhattan A&M.........................69-65.........College Station Kansas State............75-54................ Manhattan A&M.........................63-60.............. Kansas City

Location................................................. Kent, Ohio Enrollment................................................... 33,600 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference....................................... Mid-American Colors......................................... Navy Blue & Gold Head Coach...........................Geno Ford (Ohio ‘97) Record at School.............................. 0-0 (1st year) Overall Record............................... 51-32 (3 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).........28-7 (13-3, 1st) 2008 Postseason................................. NCAA (0-1) Media Relations Contact..................... Todd Vatter Cell............................................... 330-329-5348 Fax................................................ 330-672-2122 email.......................................... tvatter1@kent.edu Website: www.kentstatesports.net

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Opponents

Kent State Golden Flashes Series: KSU leads, 2-0 In Kent: 0-0 At M.A.C Center: 0-0 In College Station: 0-0 At Reed Arena: 0-0 At Neutral Sites: KSU leads, 2-0 Current Win Streak: KSU, 2 games Longest A&M Win Streak: 0 Longest KSU Win Streak: 2 games (1969-90) Largest A&M Win: n/a Largest KSU Win: 79-67 (1990-91) Mark Turgeon vs. KSU: 0-0 Geno Ford vs. A&M: 0-0 Year

Winner

1969-70 1990-91

Kent State.................69-66...................Houston Kent State.................79-67.................Cincinnati

Site


LSU Tigers Location.......................................Baton Rouge, La. Enrollment....................................................31,000 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference........................................ Southeastern Colors..............................................Purple & White Head Coach.......... Trent Johnson (Boise State ’78) Record at School.............................. 0-0 (1st year) Overall Record........................... 159-121 (9 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)... 13-18 (6-10, 6thW) 2008 Postseason...........................................None Media Relations Contact.......................Kent Lowe Office............................................ 225-578-8226 Fax................................................ 225-578-1861 email........................................... clowe@lsu.edu Website: www.LSUsports.net

Series: LSU leads, 14-10

Opponents

In Baton Rouge: LSU leads, 10-1 At Maravich Center: LSU leads, 3-0 In College Station: A&M leads, 6-1 At Reed Arena: A&M leads, 1-0 At Neutral Sites: A&M leads, 3-3 Current Win Streak: A&M, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 4 games (1955-72) Longest LSU Win Streak: 5 games (1916-21) Largest A&M Win: 49-19 (1920-21)

Largest LSU Win: 77-56 (1953-54) Mark Turgeon vs. LSU: 2-0 Trent Johnson vs. A&M: 0-0 Year

Winner

Site

1916-17 1920-21 1941-42 1945-46 1947-48 1948-49 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1962-63 1971-72 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 2002-03 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

LSU...........................24-15........... Baton Rouge LSU...........................30-14........... Baton Rouge LSU...........................30-28........... Baton Rouge LSU...........................31-30........... Baton Rouge LSU...........................24-16........College Station A&M..........................49-19........College Station A&M..........................56-41........... Baton Rouge LSU...........................51-50........... Baton Rouge A&M..........................45-44............... Fort Worth LSU...........................58-55........... Baton Rouge LSU...........................77-56........... Baton Rouge LSU...........................73-61........... Baton Rouge A&M..........................58-47........College Station A&M..........................73-59........College Station A&M..........................67-61........College Station A&M..........................73-68...................Houston LSU...........................67-57........... Baton Rouge A&M..........................68-63........College Station LSU...........................88-70............New Orleans LSU...........................75-65...................Houston A&M..........................79-77...................Houston LSU...........................58-57.....Jacksonville, Fla. LSU...........................64-52.... Baton Rouge, La. A&M..........................79-53........College Station

McNeese State Cowboys Series: A&M leads, 2-1

Location.......................................Lake Charles, La. Enrollment......................................................8,800 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................. Southland Colors...............................................Blue and Gold Head Coach.....Dave Simmons (Louisiana Tech ’81) Record at School........................... 28-33 (2 years) Overall Record............................... 55-63 (4 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).......13-16 (7-9, 4th) 2008 Postseason............................................none Media Relations Contact................Louis Bonnette Cell............................................... 337-802-7127 Fax................................................ 337-475-5202 email............................lbonnette@mcneese.edu Website: www.mcneesesports.com

In Lake Charles, La.: MSU leads, 1-0 At Burton Coliseum: 1-0 In College Station: A&M leads, 2-0 At Reed Arena: 1-0 At Neutral Sites: 0-0 Current Win Streak: A&M, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 1 game (twice) Longest MSU Win Streak: 1 game Largest A&M Win: 97-68 (1994-95) Largest MSU Win: 83-68 (1995-96) Mark Turgeon vs. MSU: 1-0 Dave Simmons vs. A&M: 0-1

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Year

Winner

Site

1994-95 1995-96 2007-08

A&M.........................97-68..........College Station McNeese State........83-68......Lake Charles, La. A&M.........................73-50..........College Station


Missouri Tigers Longest A&M Win Streak: 3 games Longest Missouri Win Streak: 6 games Largest A&M Win: 91-63 (2004-05) Largest Missouri Win: 93-62 (1999-00) Mark Turgeon vs. Missouri: 1-0 Mike Anderson vs. A&M: 0-2

Location........................................... Columbia, Mo. Enrollment....................................................28,477 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference................................................... Big 12 Colors.......................................... Black & Old Gold Head Coach...................Mike Anderson (Tulsa ’82) Record at School........................... 34-28 (2 years) Overall Record............................. 123-69 (6 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)....16-16 (6-10, 10th) 2008 Postseason...........................................None Media Relations Contact.....................Dave Reiter Cell............................................... 573-424-8740 Fax................................................ 573-882-4720 email................................. reiterd@missouri.edu Website: www.mutigers.com

Year

Winner

Site

1969-70 1991-92 1992-93 1996-97 1997-98

Missouri...............81-79..........................El Paso Missouri...............77-47....................... Columbia Missouri...............81-55..............College Station A&M....................61-57..............College Station Missouri...............73-60....................... Columbia

First Season in Reed Arena 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Series: MU leads, 11-6 In Columbia: Missouri leads, 5-2 At Mizzou Arena: A&M leads, 2-0 In College Station: A&M leads, 4-3 At Reed Arena: A&M leads, 3-2 At Neutral Sites: Missouri leads, 3-0 At Big 12 Tournament: Missouri leads, 2-0 Current Win Streak: A&M, 4 games

Missouri...............96-91..............College Station Missouri...............93-62....................... Columbia Missouri...............97-90..............College Station Missouri...............77-62................... Kansas City Missouri...............74-50....................... Columbia A&M....................73-71..............College Station Missouri...............82-77....................... Columbia Missouri...............74-68............................ Dallas A&M....................91-63..............College Station A&M....................54-51....................... Columbia A&M....................94-78..............College Station A&M....................77-69....................... Columbia

Nebraska Cornhuskers

Year

Winner

Site

1969-70 1986-87 1987-88 1991-92 1996-97 1997-98

Nebraska................ 78-69.......................Houston A&M....................... 66-64............College Station Nebraska................ 92-60.........................Lincoln Nebraska................ 91-68.........................Lincoln Nebraska................ 74-72.........................Lincoln Nebraska................ 75-58............College Station

First Season in Reed Arena 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Series: NU leads, 11-5 In Lincoln: Nebraska leads, 6-2 At Devaney Center: Nebraska leads, 6-2 In College Station: Nebraska leads, 4-3 At Reed Arena: Nebraska leads, 3-2 At Neutral Sites: Nebraska leads, 1-0 At Big 12 Tournament: 0-0

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Nebraska................ 87-68.........................Lincoln A&M...............(OT) 83-76............College Station Nebraska................ 97-69.........................Lincoln Nebraska................ 82-72............College Station A&M....................... 53-52.........................Lincoln Nebraska................ 83-77............College Station Nebraska................ 77-67.........................Lincoln A&M....................... 66-55............College Station A&M....................... 66-55.........................Lincoln Nebraska................ 65-59............College Station

Opponents

Current Win Streak: Nebraska, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 2 games Longest Nebraska Win Streak: 5 games Largest A&M Win: 66-55 (2005-06) Largest Nebraska Win: 92-60 (1987-88) Mark Turgeon vs. Nebraska: 0-1 Doc Sadler vs. A&M: 1-1

Location.............................................. Lincoln, Neb. Enrollment.................................................... 25,000 Affiliation........................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................Big 12 Colors............................................Scarlet & Cream Head Coach................... Doc Sadler (Arkansas ’82) Record at School............................37-27 (2 years) Overall Record................................85-45 (4 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)....... 20-13 (7-9, 7th) 2008 Postseason......................................NIT (1-1) Media Relations Contact.....................Jerry Trickie Cell................................................402-540-0269 Fax.................................................402-472-2005 email..................................jtrickie@huskers.com Website: www.Huskers.com


North Dakota Fighting Sioux Location..................................... Grand Forks, N.D. Enrollment....................................................12,559 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference........................................... Great West Colors..................................... Kelly Green & White Head Coach..........Brian Jones (Northern Iowa ’94) Record at School........................... 26-32 (2 years) Overall Record............................... 26-32 (2 years)

2007-08 Record (Conference)....15-15 (2-10, 2nd) 2008 Postseason...........................................None Media Relations Contact..................Jayson Hajdu Cell............................................... 701-740-7659 Fax................................................ 701-777-2285 email............. jaysonhajdu@mail.und.nodak.edu Website: www.fightingsioux.com

Series: First Meeting

Opponents

Oklahoma Sooners Location........................................... Norman, Okla. Enrollment....................................................25,000 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference................................................... Big 12 Colors.........................................Crimson & Cream Head Coach...........................Jeff Capel (Duke ’97) Record at School........................... 39-27 (2 years) Overall Record............................. 118-68 (6 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).......23-12 (9-7, 4th) 2008 Postseason................................. NCAA (1-1) Media Relations Contact.....................Mike Houck Cell............................................... 405-249-5892 Fax................................................ 405-325-7623 email........................................ mhouck@ou.edu Website: www.SoonerSports.com

Series: OU leads, 26-4 In Norman: Oklahoma leads, 13-1 At Noble Arena: Oklahoma leads, 13-1 In College Station: Oklahoma leads, 10-3 At Reed Arena: Oklahoma leads, 7-3 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads, 3-0 At Big 12 Tournament: Oklahoma leads, 1-0 Current Win Streak: Oklahoma, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 2 games Longest Oklahoma Win Streak: 14 games Largest A&M Win: 70-61 (2006-07) Largest Oklahoma Win: 128-80 (1988-89) Mark Turgeon vs. Oklahoma: 1-1 Jeff Capel vs. A&M: 1-3

Year

Winner

Site

1960-61 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1990-91 1996-97     1997-98

Oklahoma................69-56.....................Houston Oklahoma................93-79......................Norman Oklahoma..............104-80......................Norman Oklahoma..............128-80...........Oklahoma City Oklahoma................81-65..........College Station Oklahoma................78-59..........College Station Oklahoma....... (OT) 62-59......................Norman Oklahoma................67-58............... Kansas City Oklahoma................76-66..........College Station Oklahoma................80-71......................Norman

First Season in Reed Arena 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

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Oklahoma................64-59......................Norman A&M........................74-72..........College Station Oklahoma................78-53......................Norman Oklahoma................77-59..........College Station Oklahoma................78-65......................Norman Oklahoma................72-63..........College Station Oklahoma................89-63......................Norman Oklahoma................68-64..........College Station Oklahoma................75-68......................Norman Oklahoma................69-64..........College Station Oklahoma................78-72..........College Station Oklahoma................86-60......................Norman Oklahoma................70-54..........College Station Oklahoma................69-65......................Norman Oklahoma................45-44..........College Station Oklahoma................71-63......................Norman A&M........................70-61..........College Station A&M........................56-49......................Norman A&M........................60-52..........College Station Oklahoma................64-37......................Norman


Oklahoma State Cowboys Location......................................... Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment................................................... 32,721 Affiliation.......................................NCAA Division I Conference...................................................Big 12 Colors............................................Orange & Black Head Coach.................. Travis Ford (Kentucky ’94) Record at School..............................0-0 (1st year) Overall Record.........................190-164 (11 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)...... 17-16 (7-9, 7th) 2008 Postseason.....................................NIT (0-1) Media Relations Contact............... Mike Noteware Cell...............................................405-612-4843 Fax................................................405-744-7754 email..................... mike.noteware@okstate.edu Website: www.okstate.com

1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1940-41 1949-50 1960-61 1972-73 1981-82 1988-89 1994-95 1996-97 1997-98

A&M............................35-20.....................C. Station A&M............................24-17......................Stillwater A&M............................48-32.....................C. Station OSU............................37-24.....................C. Station OSU............................24-15.....................C. Station OSU............................19-17.....................C. Station OSU............................38-30......................Okla.City OSU............................55-34......................Stillwater OSU................... (OT) 60-58.......................Houston A&M................... (OT) 67-64............................Tulsa A&M............................80-72........................El Paso OSU............................94-79.....................Okla. City OSU............................86-56............................Tulsa OSU............................62-60.....................C. Station OSU............................72-55......................Stillwater OSU..........................100-65.....................C. Station OSU............................94-62......................Stillwater

Series: OSU leads, 28-12

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

OSU............................64-59.....................C. Station OSU............................66-61......................Stillwater A&M............................64-59.....................C. Station OSU............................87-55......................Stillwater OSU............................76-64......................Stillwater OSU............................82-76.....................C. Station OSU............................71-66.....................C. Station OSU............................66-51......................Stillwater OSU............................93-76.....................C. Station OSU............................77-52......................Stillwater OSU............................91-79.....................C. Station OSU............................70-41......................Stillwater OSU............................66-59.....................C. Station OSU............................69-63......................Stillwater OSU............................79-77......................Stillwater A&M............................46-44.....................C. Station A&M............................67-49.....................C. Station A&M............................66-46......................Stillwater OSU............................57-56......................Okla.City A&M............................59-56......................Stillwater OSU............................59-54............College Station

First Season in Reed Arena

Year

Winner

Site

1917-18 A&M..............................15-8............College Station A&M............................21-18............College Station

Rice Owls Location......................................... Houston, Texas Enrollment..................................................... 5,145 Affiliation.......................................NCAA Division I Conference.................................. Conference USA Colors.............................................. Blue and Gray Head Coach...................... Ben Braun (Wisconsin ‘75) Record at School..............................0-0 (1st year) Overall Record.........................552-389 (31 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).... 3-27 (0-16, 12th) 2008 Postseason........................................... none

Media Relations Contact..................... Ron Mears Cell...............................................832-969-1388 Fax................................................713-348-6019 email....................................... rmears@rice.edu Website: www.riceowls.cstv.com

Series: A&M leads, 105-81 In Houston: A&M leads, 44-43 At Autry Court: A&M leads, 28-19 In College Station: A&M leads, 60-34

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Opponents

In Stillwater: Oklahoma State leads, 11-3 At Gallagher-Iba Arena: Oklahoma State leads, 11-2 In College Station: Oklahoma State leads, 12-7 At Reed Arena: Oklahoma State leads, 7-3 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma State leads, 5-2 At Big 12 Tournament: Oklahoma State leads, 1-0 Current Win Streak: Oklahoma State, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 5 games Longest Oklahoma State Win Streak: 11 games Largest A&M Win: 66-46 (2006-07) Largest Oklahoma State Win: 100-65 (1997-98) Mark Turgeon vs. Oklahoma State: 1-3 Travis Ford vs. A&M: 0-0


Opponents

At Reed Arena: A&M leads, 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Rice leads, 3-1 Current Win Streak: A&M, 2 games Longest A&M Win Streak: 15 games Longest Rice Win Streak: 15 games Largest A&M Win: 94-53 (1959-60) Largest Rice Win: 110-81 (1955-56) Mark Turgeon vs. Rice: 1-0 Ben Braun vs. A&M: 0-0 Year

Winner

Site

1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34

Rice......... 27-15......Houston. A&M........ 25-20 ... C.Station Rice......... 16-9 .......Houston Rice......... 24-22 .....Houston Rice......... 19-16 .....Houston A&M........ 21-13 ... C.Station . A&M........ 24-23 .....Houston. A&M........ 27-20.... C.Station. Rice......... 18-14 ... C.Station. A&M........ 25-21.... C.Station. Rice......... 27-26 .....Houston Rice . ...... 29-21 .....Houston. A&M........ 39-16......Houston. A&M........ 28-10 .....Houston. A&M........ 43-13 ... C.Station. A&M........ 28-13 ... C.Station. A&M........ 19-18 .....Houston. A&M........ 35-17 .....Houston. A&M........ 26-16 ... C.Station. A&M........ 28-18 ... C.Station. A&M........ 22-7 ..... C.Station. A&M........ 19-12 ... C.Station. A&M........ 15-6 .......Houston. A&M........ 13-9 .......Houston. A&M........ 33-24 ... C.Station. Rice......... 26-15 ... C.Station. A&M........ 29-25 .....Houston. A&M........ 25-23 .....Houston. A&M........ 23-13 ... C.Station. A&M........ 22-14 ... C.Station. A&M........ 31-26 .....Houston. Rice . ...... 28-26 .....Houston. A&M........ 35-17.... C.Station. A&M........ 29-21......Houston A&M........ 31-29 .....Houston. A&M........ 32-28 ... C.Station. A&M........ 29-28......Houston. A&M........ 44-20... C.Station. A&M........ 27-23 .....Houston. Rice......... 33-30 ... C.Station. A&M........ 33-29 ... C.Station.. Rice......... 38-30 .....Houston. Rice......... 23-17 .....Houston. Rice......... 26-17 ... C.Station. Rice......... 27-24 .....Houston. A&M........ 26-23 .....Houston. Rice......... 40-29 .....Houston. A&M........ 27-6 ..... C.Station. Rice......... 35-18.... C.Station A&M........ 26-18 .....Houston. Rice......... 31-29 .....Houston. A&M........ 40-36 ... C.Station.

1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65

Rice......... 46-32 .....Houston. Rice......... 33-23 ... C.Station. Rice......... 38-32.... C.Station. Rice......... 44-29 .....Houston. Rice......... 32-25 .....Houston. A&M........ 28-24 ... C.Station. A&M........ 45-39 ... C.Station. A&M........ 52-45 .....Houston. Rice......... 51-39 ... C.Station. Rice......... 37-29 .....Houston. Rice......... 62-44 ... C.Station. Rice......... 67-54 .....Houston. Rice......... 68-34 .....Houston. Rice......... 50-46 ... C.Station. A&M........ 36-34 .....Houston. Rice......... 44-42 ... C.Station. Rice......... 42-33 .....Houston. Rice......... 40-30 ... C.Station. Rice......... 63-33 ... C.Station. Rice......... 67-33 .....Houston. Rice......... 53-22 ... C.Station. Rice......... 66-25 .....Houston. Rice......... 36-34 ... C.Station.. Rice......... 64-59 .....Houston. A&M........ 52-39.... C.Station. Rice......... 53-48 .....Houston. Rice......... 49-47 .....Houston. Rice......... 52-48 ... C.Station. Rice......... 54-53 .....Houston. Rice......... 53-39 ... C.Station. A&M........ 56-37.... C.Station. Rice......... 62-52......Houston. A&M........ 51-39 ... C.Station. A&M........ 45-41......Houston. A&M........ 55-44 ... C.Station A&M........ 56-54......Houston. Rice......... 52-43......Houston. Rice......... 69-56... C. Station. Rice......... 55-43......Houston. Rice......... 78-53......Houston. Rice......... 61-47... C. Station. Rice......... 61-41......Houston. Rice......... 67-52... C. Station. Rice......... 89-77......Houston. Rice......... 85-61... C. Station. Rice......... 53-39... C. Station. Rice......... 57-55......Houston. Rice......... 62-59... C. Station. Rice......... 67-57......Houston. Rice......... 70-65... C. Station. Rice......... 74-67......Houston. A&M........ 61-43......Houston. A&M........ 94-53... C. Station. A&M........ 79-59... C. Station. A&M........ 65-58 .....Houston. A&M........ 88-73 .. C. Station. Rice......... 63-62......Houston. A&M........ 71-61... C. Station. Rice......... 73-70......Houston. A&M........ 74-70......Houston. A&M........ 79-67... C. Station. A&M........ 69-60......Houston. A&M........ 93-55......Houston. A&M........ 104-93. C. Station.

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1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1999-00 2007-08

A&M........ 89-81......Houston. A&M........ 92-85......Houston. A&M........ 93-65... C. Station. A&M........ 69-66... C. Station. Rice......... 101-79....Houston. A&M........ 75-66......Houston. A&M........ 78-58... C. Station. A&M........ 90-82... C. Station. A&M........ 84-83......Houston. Rice......... 68-58......Houston. A&M........ 91-86... C. Station. A&M........ 74-73......Houston. Rice......... 73-71... C. Station. A&M........ 80-70......Houston. Rice......... 73-69... C. Station. Rice......... 81-75......Houston. A&M........ 90-80... C. Station. A&M........ 80-79... C. Station. A&M........ 96-82......Houston. A&M........ 64-61......Houston. A&M........ 99-66... C. Station. A&M........ 98-67......Houston. A&M........ 93-60... C. Station. A&M........ 79-61......Houston. A&M........ 74-70... C. Station. A&M........ 81-75......Houston. A&M........ 81-62......Houston. A&M........ 92-60... C. Station. A&M........ 84-65......Houston. A&M........ 55-53... C. Station. Rice......... 54-50... C. Station. A&M........ 71-56......Houston. A&M........ 68-59......Houston. A&M........ 82-71... C. Station. A&M........ 76-63... C. Station. A&M........ 51-45......Houston. A&M........ 52-47......Houston. Rice......... 43-42... C. Station. A&M........ 64-52......Houston. A&M........ 79-62... C. Station. A&M........ 68-55... C. Station. A&M........ 70-62......Houston. Rice......... 69-67......Houston. A&M........ 63-60... C. Station. A&M........ 75-70... C. Station. A&M........ 67-55......Houston. Rice......... 79-77......Houston. A&M........ 72-58... C. Station. A&M........ 84-82... C. Station. A&M........ 103-95....Houston. Rice......... 98-76......Houston. Rice......... 72-55... C. Station. Rice......... 79-64... C. Station. Rice......... 77-70......Houston. Rice......... 66-65... C. Station. A&M........ 76-82......Houston. A&M........ 67-64......Houston. A&M........ 75-61... C. Station. Rice......... 66-62......Houston. Rice......... 75-69... C. Station. Rice......... 84-75......... Dallas. A&M........ 78-56... C. Station. Rice......... 60-55......Houston. A&M........ 56-53......Houston A&M........ 68-41... C. Station


Sam Houston State Bearkats Location........................................Huntsville, Texas Enrollment....................................................16,416 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................. Southland Colors............................................Orange & White Head Coach....... Bob Marlin (Mississippi State ’81) Record at School......................182-111 (10 years) Overall Record......................... 305-145 (16 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).......23-8 (16-6, 3rd) 2008 Postseason................................ NCAA (1-1) Media Relations Contact..............Paul Ridings, Jr. Office............................................ 936-294-1764 Fax................................................ 936-294-3538 email.......................................ridings@shsu.edu Website: www.gobearkats.com

Series: A&M leads, 63-17

Year

Winner

Site

1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1921-22 1922-23 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29

A&M............................ 72-9 . ........................ n/a A&M.......................... 40-12........................... n/a A&M.............................. n/a........College Station A&M.............................. n/a.................Huntsville A&M............................ 36-5........................... n/a A&M.......................... 39-28........................... n/a A&M.......................... 30-13........................... n/a A&M.......................... 37-17........College Station A&M............................ 25-9........College Station A&M.......................... 48-13........College Station SHSU........................ 17-16........College Station A&M.......................... 25-15........College Station A&M.......................... 21-14........College Station SHSU........................ 31-13.................Huntsville A&M.......................... 21-18.................Huntsville A&M.......................... 23-17........College Station SHSU........................ 23-22........College Station A&M.......................... 32-29........................... n/a A&M.......................... 33-31........................... n/a SHSU........................ 34-29........................... n/a A&M.......................... 37-15........................... n/a A&M............................ 34-9.................Huntsville A&M.......................... 28-25.................Huntsville

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A&M.......................... 39-24........College Station A&M.......................... 29-23........College Station A&M.......................... 32-20........College Station A&M.......................... 40-29........College Station SHSU........................ 25-19.................Huntsville SHSU........................ 21-15.................Huntsville A&M.......................... 26-16........................... n/a A&M.......................... 43-29........................... n/a A&M.......................... 30-27........................... n/a A&M.......................... 28-23........................... n/a SHSU........................ 43-38........................... n/a A&M.......................... 38-20........................... n/a A&M.......................... 45-27........................... n/a A&M.......................... 35-33........................... n/a A&M.......................... 28-18........................... n/a A&M.......................... 34-29........................... n/a A&M.......................... 30-12........................... n/a SHSU........................ 34-32........................... n/a A&M.......................... 26-24........................... n/a SHSU........................ 30-24........................... n/a A&M.......................... 31-30........................... n/a SHSU........................ 43-29........................... n/a A&M.......................... 27-26........................... n/a A&M.......................... 30-25........................... n/a SHSU........................ 26-23........................... n/a A&M.......................... 43-41........................... n/a A&M.......................... 44-40........................... n/a SHSU........................ 32-21........................... n/a A&M.......................... 45-33........................... n/a SHSU........................ 50-33........................... n/a A&M.......................... 54-42........................... n/a A&M.......................... 68-38........................... n/a SHSU........................ 44-43........................... n/a A&M.......................... 50-27........College Station A&M.......................... 44-43.................Huntsville A&M ......................... 65-55.................Huntsville A&M.......................... 57-47........College Station SHSU........................ 47-43.................Huntsville SHSU........................ 53-50........College Station A&M.......................... 40-36........College Station A&M.......................... 50-45.................Huntsville A&M.......................... 75-46........College Station SHSU........................ 59-58.................Huntsville A&M.......................... 81-54........College Station A&M.......................... 96-63........College Station A&M.......................... 75-58.................Huntsville A&M........................ 101-71........College Station A&M........................ 105-74........College Station A&M........................ 100-83........College Station A&M.......................... 95-73........College Station A&M........................ 107-74........College Station A&M.......................... 71-47........College Station A&M.......................... 75-58........College Station A&M.......................... 81-57........College Station A&M........................ 103-87.................Cincinnati A&M.......................... 72-67........College Station A&M.......................... 91-68........College Station A&M.......................... 73-70.................Huntsville

Opponents

In Huntsville: A&M leads, 9-5 At Johnson Coliseum: A&M leads, 1-0 In College Station: A&M leads, 27-3 At Reed Arena: 0-0 At Neutral Sites: A&M leads, 1-0 Current Win Streak: A&M, 15 games Longest A&M Win Streak: 15 games Longest SHSU Win Streak: 2 games (twice) Largest A&M Win: 72-9 (1912-13) Largest SHSU Win: 53-30 (1941-42) Mark Turgeon vs. SHSU: 0-0 Bob Marlin vs. A&M: 0-1

1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1945-46 1947-48 1948-49 1950-51 1955-56 1956-57 1958-59 1963-64 1964-65 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1990-91 1991-92 1997-98 1998-99


SMU Mustangs Location............................................. Dallas, Texas Enrollment....................................................10,941 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference...................................Conference USA Colors................................................... Red & Blue Head Coach........Matt Doherty (North Carolina ’84) Record at School........................... 24-37 (2 years) Overall Record........................... 114-108 (7 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)... 10-20 (4-12, 11th) 2008 Postseason...........................................None Media Relations Contact............. Herman Hudson Cell............................................... 214-924-0358 Fax................................................ 214-768-2044 email....................................hermanh@smu.edu Website: www.SMUMustangs.com

Opponents

Series: SMU leads, 90-85 In Dallas: SMU leads, 60-24 At Moody Coliseum: SMU leads, 23-8 In College Station: A&M leads, 58-26 At Reed Arena: 0-0 At Neutral Sites: SMU leads, 4-3 Current Win Streak: SMU, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 15 games Longest SMU Win Streak: 8 games Largest A&M Win: 92-56 (1978-79) Largest SMU Win: 81-37 (1943-44) Mark Turgeon vs. SMU: 0-0 Matt Doherty vs. A&M: 0-0 Year

Winner

Site

1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25

A&M........................25-18.........................Dallas A&M........................43-12...........College Station A&M........................21-15.........................Dallas A&M........................18-16...........College Station A&M........................20-15.........................Dallas A&M........................22-14.........................Dallas A&M..........................15-5...........College Station A&M........................14-13...........College Station A&M........................25-14.........................Dallas A&M........................16-11.........................Dallas A&M........................26-21.........................Dallas A&M........................28-16.........................Dallas A&M........................34-14...........College Station A&M........................41-13...........College Station A&M........................26-23.........................Dallas SMU........................25-23.........................Dallas A&M........................35-21...........College Station A&M........................27-24...........College Station SMU..........................13-8.........................Dallas SMU..........................16-9.........................Dallas A&M........................29-18...........College Station SMU........................31-18...........College Station SMU........................35-24.........................Dallas

1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54

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A&M........................38-26...........College Station SMU........................20-13.........................Dallas A&M........................32-30...........College Station A&M........................31-28...........College Station SMU........................33-32.........................Dallas SMU........................39-25...........College Station SMU........................40-28.........................Dallas SMU........................23-15.........................Dallas A&M........................18-16...........College Station A&M........................23-20...........College Station A&M........................24-19.........................Dallas SMU........................37-22.........................Dallas A&M........................25-23...........College Station SMU........................30-23.........................Dallas A&M........................21-10...........College Station SMU........................28-24.........................Dallas A&M........................32-22...........College Station A&M........................40-34...........College Station A&M........................49-26.........................Dallas SMU........................44-21.........................Dallas SMU........................35-29...........College Station SMU........................31-27.........................Dallas A&M........................31-23...........College Station SMU........................28-25.........................Dallas SMU........................28-22...........College Station SMU........................41-20.........................Dallas SMU........................47-28...........College Station SMU........................40-29.........................Dallas SMU........................48-28...........College Station A&M........................51-49...........College Station SMU........................46-39.........................Dallas SMU........................43-37.........................Dallas SMU........................45-40...........College Station A&M........................47-29...........College Station SMU........................35-33.........................Dallas SMU........................51-39.........................Dallas A&M........................54-47...........College Station SMU........................65-35...........College Station SMU........................81-37.........................Dallas SMU........................50-28...........College Station SMU........................73-43.........................Dallas A&M........................45-38...........College Station A&M........................53-49.........................Dallas SMU........................68-35.........................Dallas A&M........................59-58...........College Station SMU........................47-30.................. Fort Worth A&M........................51-46...........College Station SMU........................62-26.........................Dallas SMU........................55-37...........College Station SMU........................49-35.........................Dallas SMU........................53-48...........College Station SMU........................56-50.........................Dallas SMU........................51-44.........................Dallas A&M........................49-43...........College Station SMU........................40-34.........................Dallas A&M........................61-47...........College Station SMU........................57-35.........................Dallas A&M........................51-43...........College Station SMU........................73-59.........................Dallas SMU........................92-48.........................Dallas


1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68

A&M.......73-71...... C. Station SMU......93-69............Dallas SMU......81-56...... C. Station SMU......97-68............Dallas SMU......92-80...... C. Station SMU......68-46........ Houston SMU......62-53...... C. Station SMU......71-55............Dallas SMU......59-49........ Houston A&M.......44-36...... C. Station A&M.......43-42............Dallas A&M.......65-63............Dallas SMU......70-66...... C. Station A&M.......58-55........ Houston SMU......66-64...... C. Station SMU......81-53............Dallas A&M.......80-66...... C. Station SMU......65-61............Dallas A&M.......75-55...... C. Station SMU......59-54............Dallas SMU......71-68............Dallas A&M.......76-70...... C. Station A&M.......75-61............Dallas A&M.......75-70...... C. Station SMU......89-77............Dallas A&M.......94-81...... C. Station A&M.......85-78...... C. Station SMU......82-65............Dallas SMU......80-67............Dallas SMU......85-71...... C. Station SMU......78-77............Dallas

1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

A&M.......85-80...... C. Station A&M.......76-75 (ot)......Dallas A&M.......119-98..... C. Station A&M.......84-74...... C. Station A&M.......84-81............Dallas SMU......89-83...... C. Station SMU......85-78............Dallas A&M.......79-71...... C. Station SMU......75-71............Dallas SMU......64-62 (ot)......Dallas A&M.......78-75...... C. Station A&M.......90-75...... C. Station SMU......70-68............Dallas A&M.......102-77.... C. Station A&M.......100-77..........Dallas A&M.......93-87...... C. Station SMU......69-65............Dallas A&M.......57-53...... C. Station SMU......70-68............Dallas A&M.......89-79...... C. Station A&M.......78-71...... C. Station SMU......71-70 (ot)......Dallas SMU......78-76............Dallas A&M.......92-56...... C. Station A&M.......63-56............Dallas A&M.......67-56...... C. Station A&M.......71-51...... C. Station A&M.......61-56............Dallas A&M.......81-55............Dallas A&M.......67-58...... C. Station A&M.......85-77...... C. Station

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 F6 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

SMU......76-66............Dallas SMU......83-56............Dallas SMU......60-58 (ot)....C.Station A&M.......59-57........ Houston SMU......73-60...... C. Station SMU......81-79............Dallas A&M.......73-61............Dallas SMU......58-56...... C. Station A&M.......61-59...... C. Station SMU......86-68............Dallas SMU......89-66........Honolulu A&M.......58-53...... C. Station SMU......94-71............Dallas SMU......77-69............Dallas A&M.......82-58...... C. Station SMU......67-54...... C. Station A&M.......58-57............Dallas SMU......65-50............Dallas SMU......68-62...... C. Station SMU......73-69...... C. Station SMU......44-38............Dallas SMU......68-65 (ot)......Dallas SMU......84-73...... C. Station A&M.......69-60...... C. Station SMU......64-57..............SMU A&M.......85-66............Dallas A&M.......79-60............Dallas A&M.......67-64...... C. Station A&M.......62-58...... C. Station SMU......75-72............Dallas

S. F. Austin Lumberjacks

Series: A&M leads, 15-3 In Nacogdoches: A&M leads, 2-0 At Johnson Coliseum: A&M leads, 2-0 In College Station: A&M leads, 9-2 At Reed Arena: A&M leads, 1-0 At Neutral Sites: A&M leads, 1-0 Current Win Streak: A&M, 11 games

Longest A&M Win Streak: 11 games Longest SFA Win Streak: 2 games Largest A&M Win: 93-63 (1989-90) Largest SFA Win: 54-38 (1932-33) Mark Turgeon vs. SFA: 0-0 Danny Kaspar vs. A&M: 0-0 Year

Winner

1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1946-47 1966-67 1968-69 1970-71 1973-74 1981-82 1984-85 1985-86 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

SFA......................54-38 ............................... n/a A&M.....................39-30................................ n/a A&M.....................39-23................................ n/a A&M.....................58-52................................ n/a A&M.....................78-76.............College Station SFA......................75-74.............College Station SFA......................89-82.............College Station A&M.....................87-62.............College Station A&M.....................51-45.............College Station A&M.....................79-64.............College Station A&M.....................86-73.............College Station A&M.....................72-67.......San Marcos, Texas A&M.....................84-67.............College Station A&M...................117-88............... Nacogdoches A&M.....................93-63.............College Station A&M.....................86-73.............College Station A&M.....................67-55............... Nacogdoches A&M.....................70-65.............College Station

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Records

Location................................. Nacogdoches, Texas Enrollment....................................................11,704 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................. Southland Colors.............................Purple & White, Red Trim Head Coach......... Danny Kaspar (North Texas ’78) Record at School......................... 134-96 (8 years) Overall Record......................... 353-148 (17 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).......26-6 (13-3, 1st) 2008 Postseason................................ NCAA (0-1) Media Relations Contact......................Brian Ross Cell............................................... 936-556-1168 Fax................................................ 936-468-4593 email..................................rossbrian@sfasu.edu Website: www.sfajacks.com


Texas Longhorns Location............................................. Austin, Texas Enrollment....................................................49,738 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference................................................... Big 12 Colors.................................. Burnt Orange & White Head Coach.......... Rick Barnes (Lenoir-Rhyne ’77) Record at School....................... 247-93 (11 years) Overall Record......................... 449-227 (21 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).....31-7 (13-3, T1st) 2008 Postseason................................ NCAA (3-1) Media Relations Contact............. Scott McConnell Office............................................ 512-748-9313 Fax................................................ 512-471-6040 email....... scott.mcconnell@athletics.utexas.edu Website: www.TexasSports.com

Series: UT leads, 130-83 In Austin: Texas leads, 75-26 At Erwin Center: Texas leads, 24-8 In College Station: A&M leads, 53-50 At Reed Arena: Texas leads, 6-4 At Neutral Sites: Texas leads, 5-4 At Big 12 Tournament: Texas leads, 1-0 Current Win Streak: Texas, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 8 games Longest Texas Win Streak: 18 games Largest A&M Win: 73-29 (1958-59) Largest Texas Win: 81-36 (1943-44) Mark Turgeon vs. Texas: 1-1 Rick Barnes vs. A&M: 18-5 Year

Records

1916-17 1917-18

Winner

Site

UT............................38-16 ...................... Austin UT............................24-19 ...................... Austin A&M.........................29-15.........College Station UT............................24-16 ........College Station UT............................27-15 ...................... Austin A&M.........................21-12....................... Austin UT.............................. 7-8* ........College Station (*A&M forfeited because of ineligible player) UT............................17-12 ........College Station 1918-19 UT............................28-19 ........College Station A&M.........................22-15.........College Station A&M.........................28-20....................... Austin UT............................22-15 ...................... Austin 1919-20 A&M.........................16-15....................... Austin A&M...........................15-8 ...................... Austin A&M...........................27-9 ........College Station A&M.........................17-13.........College Station 1920-21 A&M...........................23-5 ........College Station UT............................16-15 ........College Station UT............................16-13 ...................... Austin A&M.........................18-13....................... Austin 1921-22 A&M.........................20-17....................... Austin A&M.........................25-16....................... Austin

1922-23 1923-24

UT............................ 19-11 ........College Station A&M...........................20-8 ........College Station A&M.........................27-21.........College Station A&M.........................42-25.........College Station A&M.........................16-13....................... Austin UT............................18-12 ...................... Austin UT............................27-16 ...................... Austin UT............................33-22 ...................... Austin UT............................24-14 ........College Station UT............................ 17-11 ........College Station

First Season in DeWare Fieldhouse 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48

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A&M.........................21-14.........College Station UT............................17-13 ...................... Austin UT............................35-27 ...................... Austin UT............................32-19 ........College Station A&M.........................36-35.........College Station UT............................39-27 ...................... Austin UT............................51-30 ...................... Austin UT............................30-20 ........College Station UT............................32-29 ........College Station UT............................42-31 ...................... Austin UT............................33-25 ...................... Austin A&M.........................42-20.........College Station A&M.........................34-10.........College Station UT............................29-28 ...................... Austin UT............................32-31 ...................... Austin A&M...........................14-9 ........College Station UT............................38-31 ........College Station UT............................51-20 ...................... Austin A&M.........................34-29....................... Austin UT............................27-25 ........College Station A&M.........................41-40.........College Station UT............................35-25 ...................... Austin UT............................43-29 ...................... Austin UT............................32-27 ........College Station UT............................23-14 ........College Station UT............................37-29 ...................... Austin UT............................35-27 ...................... Austin A&M.........................31-26.........College Station UT............................41-37 ........College Station UT............................66-32 ...................... Austin UT............................42-31 ...................... Austin A&M.........................53-52.........College Station UT............................42-22 ........College Station UT............................53-36 ...................... Austin UT............................46-32 ...................... Austin A&M.........................46-42.........College Station UT............................54-45 ........College Station UT............................57-55 ...................... Austin UT............................77-40 ...................... Austin UT............................81-36 ........College Station UT............................87-59 ........College Station UT............................70-35 ...................... Austin UT............................46-42 ...................... Austin A&M.........................50-44.........College Station UT............................61-41 ...................... Austin UT............................69-40 ........College Station UT............................68-48 ...................... Austin


1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54

UT............ 54-34 ... C. Station UT............ 50-41 ... C. Station UT............ 56-43 .........Austin UT............ 48-46 .........Austin UT............ 53-52 ... C. Station A&M......... 32-29.... C. Station UT............ 42-40 .........Austin A&M......... 45-33.... C. Station UT............ 35-34 .........Austin A&M......... 33-32..........Austin A&M........... (2 OT) 52-51..Dallas UT............ 51-40 .........Austin UT............ 38-34 ... C. Station UT............ 58-54 .........Dallas A&M......... 51-42.... C. Station UT............ 68-49 .........Austin UT............ 49-46 ... C. Station UT............ 66-49 .........Austin

First Season in G. Rollie White Coliseum 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66

A&M......... 66-61...... Houston. UT............ 80-76 ... C. Station UT............ 74-64 .........Austin A&M......... 75-74.... C. Station UT............ 98-70 .........Austin A&M......... 69-67.... C. Station A&M......... 61-55..........Austin A&M......... 71-50.... C. Station UT............ 74-68 .........Austin A&M......... 73-29.... C. Station A&M......... 71-61..........Austin A&M......... 84-74...... Houston A&M......... 72-61.... C. Station UT............ 79-62 .........Austin UT............ 81-76 .........Austin A&M......... 86-69.... C. Station UT............ 64-57 .........Austin A&M......... 54-48.... C. Station UT............ 70-59 ... C. Station UT............ 83-73 .........Austin A&M......... 65-60..........Austin A&M......... 65-63.... C. Station UT............ 65-63 ... C. Station UT............ 86-71 .........Austin A&M......... 64-57..........Austin UT............ 110-82... C. Station

1966-67 A&M......... 68-59.... C. Station UT............ 72-58 .........Austin 1967-68 A&M......... 88-87..........Austin A&M......... 117-105.C. Station 1968-69 A&M......... 65-57..........Austin      A&M............(OT) 70-69.C. Station 1969-70 A&M......... 87-81..........Austin A&M......... 79-70.... C. Station 1970-71 UT............ 78-69 .........Austin A&M......... 65-64.... C. Station 1971-72 UT............ 80-71 .........Austin UT............ 80-73 ... C. Station 1972-73 A&M......... 69-64.... C. Station UT............ 71-68 .........Austin 1973-74 UT............ 98-90 .........Austin UT............ 88-81 ... C. Station 1974-75 A&M......... 80-74..........Austin A&M......... 74-63.... C. Station A&M......... 103-90........Dallas 1975-76 A&M......... 72-60..........Austin A&M......... 85-69.... C. Station 1976-77 A&M......... 68-59.... C. Station UT............ 87-73 .........Austin 1977-78 UT...............(OT) 79-77 .C. Station UT............ 90-66 .........Austin 1978-79 UT............ 89-66 .........Austin UT............ 65-57 ... C. Station 1979-80 A&M......... 56-53..........Austin A&M......... 84-61.... C. Station 1980-81   UT............... (OT) 67-63 .C. Station A&M......... 108-79........Austin 1981-82   A&M......... (OT) 71-69..Austin A&M......... 91-70.... C. Station 1982-83 A&M......... 64-52..........Austin A&M......... 96-59.... C. Station 1983-84 A&M......... 68-52.... C. Station A&M......... 72-57..........Austin A&M......... 75-54.... C. Station 1984-85 A&M......... 66-61..........Austin UT............ 53-51 ... C. Station 1985-86 A&M......... 55-54.... C. Station UT............ 58-47 .........Austin A&M......... 55-47..........Dallas 1986-87 A&M......... 68-52.... C. Station A&M......... 58-56..........Austin 1987-88 UT............ 52-49 ... C. Station UT............ 64-58 .........Austin

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97   1997-98

UT............ 85-80 .........Austin A&M......... 106-89.. C. Station UT............ 96-94 .........Austin UT............ 79-73 ... C. Station UT............ 92-84 .........Dallas UT............ 93-67 .........Austin UT............ 83-74 ... C. Station UT............ 76-73 ... C. Station UT............ 86-63 .........Austin UT............ 88-69 .........Dallas UT............ 82-78 .........Austin A&M......... 77-57.... C. Station A&M......... 85-84.... C. Station UT............ 85-68 .........Austin UT............ 87-62 .........Dallas UT............ 115-82.........Austin UT............ 98-88 ... C. Station UT............ 86-70 ... C. Station UT............ 69-50 .........Austin UT................86-76 (OT) .C. Station UT............ 68-57 .........Austin UT............ 81-80 ... C. Station UT............ 87-74 .........Austin

First Season in Reed Arena 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

UT............ 71-59 .........Austin UT............ 63-54 ... C. Station UT............ 78-51.... C. Station UT............ 85-58..........Austin UT............ 76-58.... C. Station UT............ 81-61..........Austin A&M......... 80-74..........Austin UT............ 66-52.... C. Station UT............ 89-61..........Austin UT............ 95-87.... C. Station UT............ 69-59.... C. Station UT............ 77-57..........Austin A&M......... 74-63.... C. Station UT............ 75-40..........Austin UT............ 83-70..........Austin A&M......... 46-43.... C. Station UT............ 74-70..........Dallas A&M......... 100-82.. C. Station UT............ 98-96..........Austin A&M......... 80-63.... C. Station UT............ 77-50..........Austin

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Texas Tech Red Raiders Location..........................................Lubbock, Texas Enrollment....................................................28,408 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference................................................... Big 12 Colors............................................. Scarlet & Black Head Coach.......................Pat Knight (Indiana ’95) Record at School.................................4-7 (1 year) Overall Record.....................................4-7 (1 year) 2007-08 Record (Conference).......16-15 (7-9, 7th) 2008 Postseason...........................................None Media Relations Contact.................. Randy Farley Office............................................ 806-789-3428 Fax................................................ 806-742-7414 email.................................. randy.farley@ttu.edu Website: www.texastech.com

Series: Tech leads, 63-54

Records

In Lubbock: Tech leads, 36-15 United Spirit Arena: Tech leads, 6-3 In College Station: A&M leads, 33-21 At Reed Arena: A&M leads, 6-4 At Neutral Sites: Tied, 6-6 At Big 12 Tournament: Tech leads, 1-0 Current Win Streak: A&M, 1 game Longest A&M Win Streak: 3 games (three times) Longest Tech Win Streak: 9 games Largest A&M Win: 98-54 (2007-08) Largest Tech Win: 85-57 (1996), 82-54 (1996) Mark Turgeon vs. Tech: 1-1 Pat Knight vs. A&M: 0-1 Year

Winner

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1941-42 1946-47 1953-54 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66

Tech..................... 48-36..............College Station A&M..................... 51-46..............College Station Tech..................... 58-55..............College Station Tech..................... 57-55..............College Station A&M..................... 79-63........................ Lubbock A&M..................... 66-58.........................Houston Tech..................... 57-46........................ Lubbock A&M..................... 53-52..............College Station A&M..................... 89-59..............College Station Tech..................... 68-61........................ Lubbock Tech..................... 74-68........................ Lubbock A&M..................... 74-71..............College Station A&M..................... 70-61..............College Station Tech..................... 69-49........................ Lubbock A&M..................... 60-53........................ Lubbock A&M..................... 96-83..............College Station Tech..................... 84-82........................Lubbock A&M..................... 82-70.............College Station Tech.............(OT) 82-76.............College Station Tech..................... 98-73........................Lubbock A&M..................... 77-71.............College Station Tech..................... 98-85........................Lubbock

1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79     1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

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A&M..................... 70-67.............College Station Tech..................... 41-36........................Lubbock A&M..................... 94-81.............College Station Tech..................... 83-81........................Lubbock A&M..................... 85-84.............College Station A&M..................... 71-70........................Lubbock Tech..................... 84-66........................Lubbock A&M..................... 82-74.............College Station Tech..................... 76-65.............College Station A&M.............(OT) 66-64........................Lubbock A&M..................... 68-63.............College Station A&M..................... 71-61........................Lubbock Tech..................... 68-67.............College Station A&M..................... 76-75........................Lubbock Tech..................... 67-61........................Lubbock A&M..................... 98-95.............College Station A&M..................... 62-55........................Lubbock Tech..................... 73-63.............College Station A&M..................... 64-62........................Lubbock A&M..................... 73-64.............College Station Tech..................... 74-72........................... Dallas Tech..................... 66-64........................Lubbock Tech..................... 60-59.............College Station Tech..................... 71-58........................Lubbock Tech..................... 78-70.............College Station Tech..................... 85-78........................Lubbock A&M..................... 68-63.............College Station Tech..................... 67-63........................Lubbock Tech.............(OT) 63-62........................Lubbock A&M..................... 63-60.............College Station Tech..................... 63-53........................Lubbock A&M..................... 61-51..................San Antonio Tech..................... 72-70........................Lubbock A&M..................... 65-52.............College Station Tech..................... 68-64.............College Station Tech..................... 91-82........................Lubbock A&M..................... 78-63.............College Station A&M..................... 93-70........................Lubbock Tech..................... 74-49........................Lubbock Tech..................... 62-53.............College Station A&M..................... 50-47.............College Station Tech..................... 58-50........................Lubbock Tech..................... 72-63........................... Dallas A&M..................... 58-57........................Lubbock A&M..................... 71-58.............College Station Tech..................... 67-63........................... Dallas A&M..................... 62-60.............College Station Tech..................... 65-58........................Lubbock A&M..................... 68-60........................... Dallas Tech..................... 72-61........................Lubbock A&M..................... 68-66.............College Station Tech..................... 75-68.............College Station A&M..................... 71-60........................Lubbock A&M................... 101-85........................Lubbock A&M..................... 83-72.............College Station Tech..................... 77-72.............College Station A&M..................... 70-63........................Lubbock A&M..................... 57-46........................... Dallas Tech..................... 70-50........................Lubbock A&M..................... 58-56.............College Station


1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

Tech Tech A&M Tech A&M A&M Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech

69-54.......C. Station 72-53.........Lubbock 89-88.........Lubbock 89-80.......C. Station 89-85............ Dallas 90-80.......C. Station 79-53.........Lubbock 82-54.........Lubbock 66-63.......C. Station 85-57............ Dallas 80-65.......C. Station 77-66....... Lubbock*

*Texas Tech forfeited (ineligible players)

1997-98 Tech 102-75.........Lubbock Tech 86-83.......C. Station

First Season in Reed Arena 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

Tech A&M A&M Tech A&M A&M Tech Tech

82-68.........Lubbock 68-47.......C. Station 88-86.........Lubbock 76-64.......C. Station 72-70.........Lubbock 62-52.......C. Station 72-70.......C. Station 74-53.........Lubbock

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Tech A&M Tech Tech Tech Tech A&M A&M A&M Tech Tech Tech A&M

80-71... Kansas City... 64-59.......C. Station 70-69.........Lubbock 80-78.......C. Station 76-60.........Lubbock 70-56.........Lubbock 85-63.......C. Station 63-55.......C. Station 75-59.........Lubbock 70-68.........Lubbock 77-75.......C. Station 68-53.........Lubbock 98-54.......C. Station

Tulsa Golden Hurricane Location............................................... Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment......................................................4,100 Affiliation....................................... NCAA Division I Conference...................................Conference USA Colors.................. Old Gold, Royal Blue & Crimson Head Coach....................... Doug Wojcik (Navy ’87) Record at School........................... 56-42 (3 years) Overall Record............................... 56-42 (3 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference).......25-14 (8-8, 6th) 2008 Postseason...........................................None Media Relations Contact................ Don Tomkalski Cell............................................... 918-640-0683 Fax................................................ 918-631-3913 email.................... donald-tomkalski@utulsa.edu Website: www.tulsahurricane.com

Series: Tulsa leads, 6-0 In Tulsa: Tulsa leads, 2-0 In Reynolds Center: 0-0 In College Station: Tulsa leads, 2-0 At Reed Arena: 0-0 At Neutral Sites: Tulsa leads, 1-0 Current Win Streak: Tulsa, 6 games Longest A&M Win Streak: n/a Longest Tulsa Win Streak: 6 games Largest A&M Win: n/a Largest Tulsa Win: 90-56 (2001-02) Mark Turgeon vs. Tulsa: 2-3 Doug Wojcik vs. A&M: 0-0 Year

Winner

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1954-55 1955-56 1970-71 1971-72 1973-74 2001-02

Tulsa.......................57-45...........College Station Tulsa.......................48-43.......................... Tulsa Tulsa.....................103-71.......................... Tulsa Tulsa.......................90-79...........College Station Tulsa.......................88-67......... Edinburg, Texas Tulsa.......................90-56......................Houston

UNC Wilmington Javelinas 2008 Postseason.......................................... None Media Relations Contact................. Joe Browning Office............................................910-962-3236 Fax................................................910-962-3686 email.................................browningj@uncw.edu Website: www.uncwsports.com

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Location....................................... Wilmington, N.C. Enrollment..................................................... 9,736 Affiliation.......................................NCAA Division I Conference................ Colonial Athletic Association Colors........................................ Teal, Navy & Gold Head Coach.........Benny Moss (UNC Chalotte ‘92) Record at School...........................27-35 (2 years) Overall Record...............................27-35 (2 years) 2007-08 Record (Conference)... 20-13 (13-7, 2nd)


2007-08 All-Sports Ranking

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Josh Carter needs 11 more three-pointers to become the Aggies’ career leader. He already owns school records for season (.500 in 2006-07) and career (.425) threepoint accuracy.

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Individual Game

Records

30-Point+ Scoring Games Bennie Lenox.........................53 vs. Wyoming (12/28/63), Oklahoma City John Beasley.................................. 44 vs. Arkansas (3/3/66), Fayetteville John Beasley.............................................. 43 vs. Baylor (2/13/65), Waco John Beasley.............................................. 43 vs. Baylor (1/15/66), Waco Bennie Lenox.............................................. 43 vs. Texas (2/19/63), Austin Randy Knowles....................... 42 vs. Arkansas (2/10/73), College Station Don Marbury................................................. 41 vs. Baylor (1/5/85), Waco John Beasley..................................40 vs. TCU (2/19/66), College Station John Beasley................................40 vs. Texas (2/27/65), College Station Joe Wilbert................................................... 39 vs. SMU (1/31/95), Dallas Sonny Parker.............................39 vs. Houston Baptist (1/3/76), Houston John Beasley......................................... 39 vs. TCU (2/23/65), Fort Worth Bennie Lenox......................... 39 vs. Texas Tech (3/1/63), College Station Joe Wilbert........................... 38 vs. Texas Tech (1/11/95), College Station Claude Riley...............................38 vs. Houston (2/1/82), College Station John Beasley................................38 vs. Texas (2/12/66), College Station John Beasley...................................38 vs. SMU (3/2/65), College Station Lynn Suber.........................37 vs. Long Island (12/16/89), Bangor, Maine Mike Heitmann...............37 vs. Northwestern (12/30/69), Greenville, S.C. John Beasley.................................37 vs. Baylor (3/1/66), College Station John Beasley..................................37 vs. Rice (2/16/65), College Station Bennie Lenox.......................... 37 vs. Arkansas (2/16/63), College Station Carroll Broussard.................... 37 vs. Arkansas (1/10/61), College Station Carroll Broussard........................................ 37 vs. Texas (1/16/61), Austin Carroll Broussard..........................37 vs. Texas (2/24/61), College Station Mike Heitmann...............................36 vs. SMU (2/28/69), College Station James Addison..............................36 vs. SMU (2/13/54), College Station Acie Law IV.................. 35 vs. Oklahoma State (1/11/06), Stillwater, Okla. Joseph Jones.....................35 vs. North Texas (12/6/05), College Station Don Marbury............ 35 vs. Stephen F. Austin (11/28/85), College Station John Beasley........................................... 35 vs. TCU (2/5/66), Fort Worth Bennie Lenox.................................35 vs. SMU (2/12/63), College Station Bernard King............................34 vs. Colorado (2/11/00), College Station Joe Wilbert.................. 34 vs. McNeese State (12/19/94), College Station Willie Foreman...............................34 vs. SMU (1/14/78), College Station Sonny Parker................................ 34 vs. Arkansas (1/24/76), Fayetteville Jeff Overhouse............................... 34 vs. Oral Roberts (12/23/72), Tulsa Sonny Benefield....................34 vs. Wyoming (12/30/68), Oklahoma City Acie Law IV................................................. 33 vs. Texas (2/28/07), Austin Joe Wilbert.................................................33 vs. Rice (1/17/95), Houston Joe Wilbert.................................................... 33 vs. Baylor (2/2/94), Waco Lynn Suber..................33 vs. Connecticut (11/24/89), Anchorage, Alaska Vernon Smith...................33 vs. SW Louisiana (12/1/77), College Station Randy Knowles........................................ 33 vs. TCU (3/3/73), Fort Worth John Beasley..................................33 vs. Rice (2/25/66), College Station Antoine Wright.......................... 32 vs. Colorado (2/19/05), Boulder, Colo. Antoine Wright.................... 32 vs. Grambling (12/21/04), College Station Bernard King........................... 32 vs. Colorado (2/26/02), College Station Shanne Jones.................................32 vs. Texas (2/2/98), College Station Don Marbury.........................32 vs. Oral Roberts (12/14/85), Tulsa, Okla. Don Marbury............. 32 vs. So. Mississippi (12/21/85), Jacksonville, Fla. Don Marbury................................................. 32 vs. Baylor (2/1/86), Waco Vernon Smith................ 32 vs. Texas Lutheran (12/6/79), College Station Sonny Parker.................................32 vs. Baylor (2/7/76), College Station Billy Bob Barnett...........................32 vs. Texas (2/10/68), College Station Acie Law IV..................................31 vs. Baylor (2/24/07), College Station Joseph Jones............................................... 31 vs. Texas (2/4/06), Austin Bernard King.......................... 31 vs. Lamar (12/18/99), Beaumont, Texas Bernard King.............................31 vs. Missouri (2/17/01), College Station Joe Wilbert........................ 31 vs. Princeton (12/27/94), New Orleans, La. Joe Wilbert............................................. 31 vs. TCU (1/28/95), Fort Worth

Don Marbury........................31 vs. Tennessee (12/7/85), Knoxville, Tenn. Rudy Woods.............................31 vs. Houston (1/28/80), College Station Vernon Smith.........................................31 vs. Houston (2/5/78), Houston Steve Jones................... 31 vs. Bowling Green (12/29/76), Portland, Ore. John Thornton.............................31 vs. Baylor (2/26/74), College Station Steve Niles..........................31 vs. Midwestern (12/8/69), College Station Ronnie Durbon..............................31 vs. Baylor (3/6/62), College Station George Mehaffey........................................ 31 vs. Baylor (1/18/55), Waco Bryan Davis.................................30 vs. Baylor (1/23/08), College Station Acie Law IV.........30 vs. Mississippi Valley St. (11/22/05), College Station Bernard King............................................... 30 vs. Texas (1/23/02), Austin Bernard King.............................30 vs. Nebraska (3/4/00), College Station Bernard King................................30 vs. Lamar (12/5/00), College Station Joe Wilbert...................................................... 30 vs. Rice (3/9/95), Dallas Joe Wilbert.................................................. 30 vs. Texas (2/12/94), Austin Darryl McDonald.............30 vs. S. F. Austin (12/4/87), San Marcos,Texas Tony Milton................... 30 vs. Idaho State (12/2/89), San Marcos, Texas Darryl McDonald.....................30 vs. Hawaii (12/29/87), Honolulu, Hawaii Winston Crite..................................30 vs. Rice (2/21/87), College Station Winston Crite.................................................. 30 vs. TCU (3/6/87), Dallas Don Marbury......................... 30 vs. Arkansas (12/29/86), College Station Don Marbury........................................30 vs. Houston (2/27/85), Houston Vernon Smith...................30 vs. NC-Charlotte (12/12/80), Charlotte, N.C. David Britton............................. 30 vs. UNLV (12/22/79), Las Vegas, Nev. Ray Roberts.............................30 vs. Louisville (12/27/75), Louisville, Ky. Randy Knowles......................................... 30 vs. Texas (1/29/724), Austin Jeff Overhouse........................................30 vs. LSU (12/28/71), Houston Mike Heitmann.....................30 vs. Louisiana Tech (1/24/70), Ruston, La. Ronnie Peret.................30 vs. West Texas St. (12/27/66), Canyon, Texas John Beasley.......................... 30 vs. Arkansas (2/20/65), College Station Bennie Lenox..................................30 vs. TCU (2/23/63), College Station Bennie Lenox.................................. 30 vs. Texas Tech (2/11/64), Lubbock

Points (Conference) 1. John Beasley vs. Arkansas.......... (SWC)........ 3 /   3 / 66............. 44 2. John Beasley vs. Baylor.............. (SWC)........ 2 / 13 / 65............. 43 3. John Beasley vs. Baylor ............. (SWC)........ 1 / 15 / 66............. 43 4. Bennie Lenox vs. Texas ............. (SWC)........ 2 / 19 / 63............. 43 5. Randy Knowles vs. Arkansas...... (SWC)........ 2 / 10 / 73............. 42 Big 12 Play: Acie Law IV vs. Oklahoma State.....................1 / 11 / 06............. 35

16+ Rebounding Games Cedric Joseph........................ 23, Angelo State (12/4/72), College Station Steve Niles................................. 21, Furman (12/29/69), Greenville, S.C. Vernon Smith......................... 21, UNLV (12/15/78), San Francisco, Calif. Rynn Wright........................... 21, UNLV (12/15/78), San Francisco, Calif. Jeff Overhouse................................... 20, Texas Tech (2/24/73), Lubbock Jeff Overhouse................................ 20, Baylor (2/27/71), College Station David Harris................................................... 19, Rice (2/24/90), Houston David Harris................. 19, Michigan State (11/25/89), Anchorage,Alaska Cedric Joseph................. 19, Houston Baptist (11/30/73), College Station Randy Knowles...............19, Wayland Baptist (11/28/72), College Station Ronnie Peret....................................... 19, Texas Tech (2/27/68), Lubbock Jerry Windham................................... 19, TCU (2/17/62), College Station Andy Slocum.................................... 18, Texas (1/31/04), College Station Carlton Brown.............. 18, Va. Commonwealth (12/2/00), Richmond, Va. Damon Johnson................................ 18, Baylor (2/4/95), College Station Claude Riley................................... 18, Houston (2/1/82), College Station Wally Swanson...................18, Bowling Green (12/29/76), Portland, Ore. Wally Swanson...................................18, SMU (1/15/77), College Station

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Barry Davis....................... 18, Houston Baptist (12/6/75), College Station Jerry Mercer................... 18, Sam Houston St. (1/16/75), College Station Cedric Joseph................................18, Arkansas (2/5/74), College Station Randy Knowles............................18, Arkansas (2/10/73), College Station Ronnie Peret................................18, Arkansas (1/3/68), Fayetteville, Ark. George Mehaffey.............................................18, Baylor (1/18/55), Waco Ray Little..............................17, Loyola-Chi. (12/27/89), Indianapolis, Ind. Claude Riley.........................17, St. Edward’s (11/30/81), College Station Rynn Wright..................................... 17, Baylor (1/31/81), College Station Vernon Smith...................................17, LSU (2/22/81), Baton Rouge, La. Rudy Woods.....................................................17, SMU (1/13/79), Dallas Rynn Wright...................................... 17, Texas (1/23/78), College Station Rynn Wright................................................... 17, Rice (2/21/78), Houston John Thornton................................. 17, Baylor (2/24/74), College Station Jerry Mercer..............................................17, Tulsa (12/29/73), Edinburg Jeff Overhouse................................ 17, Baylor (1/20/73), College Station Benny Johnson................17, Okla. City (12/29/61), Oklahoma City, Okla. Andy Slocum...................... 16, Kansas State (1/21/04), Manhattan, Kan. Andy Slocum................ 16, Prairie View A&M (11/29/03), College Station Damon Johnson...............................................16, SMU (1/31/95), Dallas Damon Johnson...........................................16, TCU (1/7/92), Fort Worth John Trezvant................................16, Lehigh (12/29/86), Hartford, Conn. Winston Crite................................. 16, Pacific (12/22/84), Stockton, Calif. Claude Riley........................................16, Texas Tech (1/11/82), Lubbock Rynn Wright....................................... 16, Baylor (1/8/79), College Station Vernon Smith.............................16, Oral Roberts (12/10/77), Tulsa, Okla. Jerry Mercer.....................................................16, SMU (2/12/74), Dallas Cedric Joseph.................... 16, Texas Lutheran (1/17/73), College Station Ronnie Peret....................................... 16, Texas Tech (2/22/69), Lubbock Billy Bob Barnett..........................16, Arkansas (2/25/69), College Station Steve Niles....................................................... 16, Trinity (3/8/69), Dallas Ronnie Peret..................... 16, Kansas State (12/15/67), Manhattan, Kan. Ronnie Peret......................................... 16, TCU (1/6/68), College Station Terry Trippet............................. 16, Alabama (12/8/66), Hattiesburg, Miss. John Beasley.................... 16, Wyoming 12/28/63), Oklahoma City, Okla. John Beasley.................................16, Arkansas (2/8/64), College Station John Beasley............................16, Texas Tech (2/25/64), College Station George Mehaffey...........................16, LSU (12/13/54), Baton Rouge, La. John Henry....................................... 16, Texas (2/12/55), College Station Dario Quesada..........16, North Carolina A&T (11/23/96), College Station

Rebounds

(Conference)

1. Jeff Overhouse vs. Texas Tech . . (SWC)........ 2 / 24 / 73....... 20 Jeff Overhouse vs. Baylor .......... (SWC)........ 2 / 27 / 71....... 20 3. David Harris vs. Rice .................. (SWC)........ 2 / 24 / 90....... 19 4. Ronnie Peret vs. Texas Tech ...... (SWC)........ 2 / 27 / 68....... 19 5. George Mehaffey vs. SMU ......... (SWC)........ 1 /   8 / 57....... 19 Big 12 Play: Andy Slocum.................................................. 1 / 31 / 04....... 18

Randy Knowles vs. Arkansas ........................ 2 / 10 / 73....... 20 John Beasley vs. Texas ................................. 2 /   6 / 65....... 19 Bennie Lenox vs. Wyoming ......................... 12 / 28 / 63....... 19 John Beasley vs. Baylor.................................... 1964-65....... 18 Don Marbury vs. Baylor ................................. 1 /   5 / 85....... 18 John Beasley vs. Arkansas ........................... 3 /   3 / 66....... 17 Sonny Benefield vs. Wyoming . ................... 12 / 30 / 69....... 16 Mike Heitmann vs. SMU ................................ 2 / 28 / 69....... 16 Joe Wilbert vs. McNeese St......................... 12 / 19 / 94....... 15 Don Marbury vs. S.F. Austin .........................11 / 28 / 85....... 15 Claude Riley vs. Houston .............................. 2 /   1 / 82....... 15 Vernon Smith vs. UNC-Charlotte............ ..... 12 / 12 / 80....... 15 Carroll Broussard vs. Arkansas ..................... 1 / 10 / 61....... 15

(Conference)

Field Goal Attempts 1. 3. 5. 9.

John Beasley vs. Arkansas ........................... 3 /   3 / 66....... 36 Bennie Lenox vs. Wyoming ......................... 12 / 28 / 63....... 36 Vernon Smith vs. Texas Lutheran . .............. 12 /   6 / 79....... 30 Randy Knowles vs. Arkansas ........................ 2 / 10 / 73....... 30 Willie Foreman vs. SMU ................................ 1 / 14 / 78....... 27 Willie Foreman vs. Texas .............................. 2 / 13 / 78....... 27 Sonny Parker vs. Arkansas ........................... 1 / 24 / 76....... 27 George Mehaffey vs. Houston . ..................... 1 / 15 / 55....... 27 Joe Wilbert vs. Rice........................................ 1 / 17 / 95....... 26 Steve Jones vs. SMU .................................... 2 / 12 / 77....... 26 Mike Johnson vs. Tulsa ............................... 12 / 29 / 73....... 26 Mario Brown vs. TCU .................................... 2 /   3 / 73....... 26

FG Attempts

(Conference)

1. John Beasley vs. Arkansas ........ (SWC)........ 3 /  3 / 66....... 36 2. Randy Knowles vs. Arkansas ..... (SWC)........ 2 / 10 / 73....... 30 3. Willie Foreman vs. Texas ........... (SWC)........ 2 / 13 / 78....... 27 Willie Foreman vs. SMU ............. (SWC)........ 1 / 14 / 78....... 27 Sonny Parker vs. Arkansas ........ (SWC)........ 1 / 24 / 76....... 27 Big 12 Play: Bernard King vs. Texas Tech.......................... 2 / 19 / 00....... 23 Acie Law IV vs. Texas..................................... 2 / 28 / 07....... 23

Field Goal Percentage (minimum 10 attempts)

1. 2. 7. 8. 9.

Vernon Smith vs. Anchorage.............11 / 24 / 78 .1.000.. 13-13 Damon Johnson vs. SW Texas St.... 12 / 28 / 91..... .909.. 10-11 Winston Crite vs. Oral Roberts ........ 12 /   8 / 86..... .909.. 10-11 Don Marbury vs. Texas . .....................1 / 20 / 85..... .909.. 10-11 Winston Crite vs. Arkansas ............... 1 /   2 / 85..... .909.. 10-11 Rynn Wright vs. New Mexico............. 3 /   8 / 79..... .909.. 10-11 Tony Milton vs. Holy Cross ...............12 / 20 / 89..... .900....9-10 Donald Thompson vs. SFA ...............11 / 28 / 88..... .857.. 12-14 Tony McGinnis vs. Baylor................... 3 /   4 / 95..... .846.. 11-13 Brooks Thompson vs. Texas ............. 2 /   3 / 91..... .846.. 11-13 Shedrick Anderson vs. Baylor............. 1 / 19 / 91..... .846.. 11-13 Donald Thompson vs. Simon Fraser.11 / 18 / 88..... .846.. 11-13 Darnell Williams vs. Texas...................2 / 25 / 84..... .846.. 11-13 Rudy Woods vs. Davidson................12 / 13 / 80..... .846.. 11-13

FG Percentage

(Conference)

(minimum 10 attempts) 1. Don Marbury vs. Texas . ........ (SWC).. 1 / 20 / 85 Winston Crite vs. Arkansas ... (SWC).. 1 / 22 / 85 3. Tony McGinnis vs. Baylor ...... (SWC)... 3 / 4 / 95 . Brooks Thompson vs. Texas.. (SWC)... 2 / 3 / 91 Darnell Williams vs. Texas . ... (SWC).. 2 / 25 / 84 Big 12 Play: Tracey Anderson vs. Texas Tech........... 3 / 2 / 97

113

.900 (10-11) .900 (10-11) .846 (11-13) .846 (11-13) .846 (11-13) .767 (10-13)

Records

Field Goals 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Field Goals

1. Randy Knowles vs. Arkansas ..... (SWC)........ 2 / 10 / 73....... 20 2. John Beasley vs. Texas .............. (SWC)........ 2 /   6 / 65....... 19 3. John Beasley vs. Baylor.............. (SWC)........... 1964-65....... 18 Don Marbury vs. Baylor .............. (SWC)........ 1 /   5 / 85....... 18 5. John Beasley vs. Arkansas ........ (SWC)........ 3 /  3 / 66....... 17 Big 12 Play: Joseph Jones vs. Baylor................................. 1 / 28 / 06....... 13 Acie Law IV vs. Oklahoma State.....................1 / 11 / 06....... 13


Three-Point Field Goals

1. 6.

Bernard King vs. Lamar.................... 12 /  5 / 00......................8 Jerald Brown vs. Nebraska..................1 / 11 / 97......................8 Josh Carter vs. Idaho State...............11 / 25 / 06......................8 Josh Carter vs. Grambling State.......12 / 28 / 06......................8 Josh Carter vs. Nebraska....................2 / 10 / 07......................8 Antoine Wright vs. Texas Tech.............2 / 26 / 05......................7 Bernard King vs. Lamar.....................12 / 28 / 99......................7 Chris Clayton vs. Nebraska ................2 / 27 / 99......................7 Chris Clayton vs. Maryland-E.Shore .12 / 21 / 97.....................7 Chuck Henderson vs. Houston . .........2 / 29 / 92......................7 Lynn Suber vs. Connecticut . ............11 / 24 / 89......................7

Three-Point Field Goals (Conference) 1. 3.

Jerald Brown vs. Nebraska.............(Big 12) . ....1 / 11 / 97........8 Josh Carter vs. Nebraska...............(Big 12)...... 2 / 10 / 07........8 Antoine Wright vs. Texas Tech ......(Big 12)...... 2 / 26 / 05........7 Chris Clayton vs. Nebraska ...........(Big 12)...... 2 / 27 / 99........7 Chuck Henderson vs. Houston . .....(SWC) . .... 2 / 29 / 92........7 Bernard King vs. Baylor..................(Big 12)...... 2 / 2 / 00........6 Derrick Hart vs. Houston.................(SWC) . .... 1 / 24 / 96........6 Brooks Thompson vs. Arkansas .....(SWC) . .... 3 /   8 / 91........6 Corey Henderson vs. Houston........(SWC) . .... 1 / 21 / 95........6 Brooks Thompson vs. Rice ............(SWC) . .... 1 / 26 / 91........6

Three-Point FG Attempts 1. 2. 3. 9.

Bernard King vs. Lamar.....................12 / 18 / 99....................15 Bernard King vs. Texas Tech...............2 / 19 / 00....................14 Josh Carter vs. Penn State..................12 / 3/ 05....................13 Chris Clayton vs. Alabama............... 12 /   1 / 98....................13 Chris Clayton vs. Nebraska.................2 / 27 / 99 ..................13 Derrick Hart vs. Wisc.-Green Bay..... 12 /   1 / 95....................13 Lynn Suber vs. Long Island ..............12 / 17 / 89....................13 Josh Carter vs. Grambling State.......12 / 28 / 06....................13 Bernard King vs. Va. Comm............. 12 /   2 / 00....................12 Bernard King vs. Nebraska..................2 / 28 / 01....................12 Derrick Hart vs. Baylor.........................1 / 10 / 96....................12 Derrick Hart vs. Georgia Southern..... 1 /  6 / 96....................12 David Edwards vs. Rice .....................1 / 25 / 92....................12

Three-Point FG Attempts

Records

(Conference)

1. 2. 3. 5.

Bernard King vs. Texas Tech..... (Big 12).......2 / 19 / 00.........14 Chris Clayton vs. Nebraska....... (Big 12).......2 / 27 / 99.........13 Derrick Hart vs. Baylor................ (SWC)........1 / 10 / 96.........12 David Edwards vs. Rice.............. (SWC) .......1 / 25 / 92.........12 Bernard King vs. Nebraska ...... (Big 12).......2 / 28 / 01.........12 Jerald Brown vs. Okla. St.......... (Big 12).......2 / 18 / 97......... 11 David Edwards vs. Texas Tech.... (SWC)........3 /  3 / 93......... 11 Josh Carter vs. Nebraska.......... (Big 12).......2 / 10 / 06......... 11

Three-Point FG Percentage (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 4. 5. 6.

Josh Carter vs. Idaho State.............. 11 / 25 / 06..... .800.....8-10 Michael Schmidt vs. Missouri.............2 / 14 / 98..... .800......4- 5 Lynn Suber vs. Arkansas . .................1 / 23 / 91..... .800......4- 5 Josh Carter vs. Fordham....................12/ 12/ 06..... .800......4- 5

Three-Point FG ­Percentage (Conference) (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 2. 3.

Antoine Wright vs. Texas Tech.... (Big 12). ...2 / 26 / 05..... .875....7 - 8 Derrick Hart vs. Houston........(SWC).....1 / 24 / 96..... .859....6-  7 Jerald Brown vs. Nebraska.... (Big 12). ...1 / 11 / 97..... .800....8-10 Dominique Kirk vs. Oklahoma . . (Big 12)........ 2 / 1 / 06..... .800....4 - 5 Antoine Wright vs. Nebraska.... (Big 12). ....1/ 26 / 05..... .800....4 - 5 Bobby Leach vs. Missouri...... (Big 12). .....2/ 5/ 05..... .800....4 - 5 Michael Schmidt vs. Missouri. .. (Big 12). ...2 / 14 / 98..... .800....4-  5 Lynn Suber vs. Arkansas . .....(SWC).....1 / 23 / 91..... .800....4-  5

1. 2. 3. 5. 10.

Carroll Broussard vs. Texas .......................1 / 16 / 61...........19 Mike Heitmann vs. La. Tech .......................1 / 24 / 70...........18 Bennie Lenox vs. Texas .............................2 / 19 / 63...........17 Bennie Lenox vs. Arkansas ........................2 / 16 / 63...........17 Joseph Jones vs. North Texas.....................12 / 6 / 05...........16 Mike Floyd vs. Houston ............................. 1 /   5 / 73...........16 Jeff Overhouse vs. Oral Roberts ..............12 / 23 / 72...........16 James Addison vs. Arkansas . ....................2 / 22 / 54...........16 James Addison vs. SMU ............................2 / 13 / 54...........16 Eight players with 15

Free Throws

Free Throws

(Conference)

1. Carroll Broussard vs. Texas........ (SWC) .....1 / 16 / 61...........19 2. Bennie Lenox vs. Texas ............ (SWC)......2 / 19 / 63...........17 Bennie Lenox vs. Arkansas ....... (SWC)......2 / 16 / 63...........17 4. Mike Floyd vs. Houston ............. (SWC)..... 1 /   5 / 73...........16 James Addison vs. Arkansas...... (SWC)......2 / 22 / 54...........16 James Addison vs. SMU............. (SWC)..... 2 / 13 / 54...........16 Big 12 Play: Joseph Jones vs. Oklahoma State..................1 / 11 / 06....... 13 Bernard King vs. Texas................................... 1 / 23 / 02....... 13

Free Throws Attempts 1. 3. 4. 7.

Mike Heitmann vs. La. Tech............. ..........1 / 15 / 71...........22 Carroll Broussard vs. Texas.............. ..........1 / 16 / 61...........22 James Addison vs. SMU ............................2 / 13 / 54...........22 Damon Johnson vs. Texas .........................2 / 10 / 93...........21 Jeff Overhouse vs. Oral Roberts ..............12 / 23 / 72...........20 Bennie Lenox vs. Texas .............................2 / 19 / 63...........20 John Fortenberry vs. Pepperdine .............12 / 22 / 54...........20 Joseph Jones vs. North Texas....................12 / 6 / 05...........19 Carroll Broussard vs. Texas .......................2 / 13 / 62...........19 Bill Brophy vs. Houston.................... ......... 2 /   4 / 56...........19 Bryan Davis vs. Baylor................................1 / 23 / 08...........19

Free Throws Attempts (Conference) 1. 3. 4. 5.

Josh Carter vs. Grambling................12 / 10 / 05... 1.000.....5- 5 Lynn Suber vs. Connecticut.............. 11 / 24 / 89..... .875.....7-  8 Antoine Wright vs. Texas Tech............2 / 26 / 05..... .875.....7 - 8 Derrick Hart vs. Houston....................1 / 24 / 96..... .859.....6-  7 Dominique Kirk vs. Kansas State.......3 / 14 / 08..... .833.....5- 6 Jerald Brown vs. Nebraska................. 1 / 11 / 97..... .800.....8-10

114

Carroll Broussard vs. Texas ...... (SWC)......1 / 16 / 61...........22 James Addison vs. SMU............. (SWC)......2 / 13 / 54...........22 Damon Johnson vs. Texas ........ (SWC)......2 / 10 / 93...........21 Bennie Lenox vs. Texas.............. (SWC)......2 / 19 / 63...........20 Carroll Broussard vs. Texas........ (SWC)......2 / 13 / 62...........19 Bryan Davis vs. Baylor.............. (Big 12).....1 / 23 / 08...........19


Free Throw Percentage

Top Scorers vs. Big 12

(minimum 11 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 7.

Bennie Lenox vs. Arkansas......2 / 16 / 63...........1.000......17-17 Mike Floyd vs. Houston........... 1 /   5 / 73..........1.000......16-16 Freddie Ricks vs. S. F. Austin..... 12 /   4 / 87.........1.000......15-15 Acie Law vs. Houston..............12 / 29 / 04..........1.000......12-12 Kenny Brown vs. Pan Am....... 12 /  8 / 84.........1.000......12-12 Carroll Broussard vs. Texas......2 / 16 / 60...........1.000......12-12 Antoine Wright vs. Colorado......2/ 19/ 05............1.000...... 11-11 Tracey Anderson vs. SW La.....12 / 18 / 95..........1.000...... 11-11 Paul Crawford vs. Arkansas.....1 / 16 / 88...........1.000...... 11-11 Willie Foreman vs. Houston......2 / 19 / 77...........1.000...... 11-11 Bennie Lenox vs. Seattle.........12 / 28 / 61..........1.000...... 11-11 Bill Brophy vs. TCU................. 2 /   2 / 55..........1.000...... 11-11

vs. Baylor 43 43

vs. Colorado 34 21 21 21 21 25

28 Antoine Wright................3 / 10 / 05........................ Kansas City 28 Acie Law IV.....................1 / 18 / 06.................Manhattan, Kan.

1.000......17-17 1.000......12-12 1.000...... 11-11 1.000...... 11-11 1.000...... 11-11 1.000...... 11-11

vs. Missouri 31

1. 5.

Kyle Kessel vs. TCU....................................2 / 26 / 96...........15 David Edwards vs. TCU..............................1 / 25 / 94...........15 Tony Milton vs. Marshall .......................... 12 /  7 / 89...........15 Acie Law IV vs. Texas....................................2 / 5 / 07...........15 Acie Law vs. Missouri..................................2 / 5 / 05...........14 Clifton Cook vs. Centenary........................11 / 23 / 99...........14 Clifton Cook vs. Missouri............................ 1 /   9 / 99...........14 David Edwards vs. SMU . ...........................3 / 10 / 94...........14 David Edwards vs. TCU .............................2 / 20 / 93...........14 Brooks Thompson vs. Texas College .......12 / 20 / 90 .........14 Dave Goff vs. Texas ...................................1 / 10 / 77...........14

1. 3.

Kyle Kessel vs. TCU................... (SWC).........2 / 26 / 96.........15 David Edwards vs. TCU ............ (SWC).........1 / 25 / 94.........15 Acie Law IV vs. Texas................ (Big 12)........2 / 5 / 07.........15 Acie Law vs. Missouri................ (Big 12)........2 / 5 / 05.........14 Clifton Cook vs. Missouri........... (Big 12)....... 1 /   9 / 99.........14 David Edwards vs. SMU . .......... (SWC).........3 / 10 / 94.........14 David Edwards vs. Houston ...... (SWC).........2 / 20 / 93.........14 Dave Goff vs. Texas .................. (SWC).........1 / 22 / 79.........14

30 28

Shanne Jones.................1 / 31 / 98.................... Norman, Okla.

vs. Oklahoma State 35

Acie Law IV.....................1 / 11 / 06................. Stillwater, Okla.

vs. Texas 43

Bennie Lenox..................3 / 1 / 63 .................................. Austin

vs. Texas Tech 39

Bennie Lenox.................3 / 1 / 63 ....................College Station

Steals

(Conference)

1. 2. 4.

Darryl McDonald vs. SMU ......... (SWC)..... 1 /   6 / 88.............9 Todd Holloway vs. Texas............ (SWC)..... 1 / 15 / 86.............8 Darnell Williams vs. Texas . ....... (SWC)..... 3 /   6 / 84.............8 Acie Law IV vs. Oklahoma St.... (Big 12).....1 / 11 / 06.............7 David Edwards vs. Houston ...... (SWC)......1 / 29 / 92.............7 Reggie Roberts vs. Arkansas .... (SWC)......1 / 13 / 83.............7

1. 2. 3.

David Harris vs. Baylor .............................. 1 /   3 / 90.............9 David Harris vs. Michigan State ...............11 / 25 / 89.............8 Calvin Davis vs. TCU...................................1 / 31 / 96.............6 Calvin Davis vs. Illinois-Chicago............... 12 /   1 / 96.............6 David Harris vs. Marshall ........................ 12 /  7 / 89.............6 Winston Crite vs. TCU ................................1 / 16 / 85.............6 DeAndre Jordan vs. Baylor............................3 / 5 / 08.............6

Blocked Shots

Blocked Shots 1. 2. 5.

115

(Conference)

David Harris vs. Baylor .............. (SWC)..... 1 /   3 / 90.............9 Calvin Davis vs. TCU.................. (SWC)......1 / 31 / 96.............6 Winston Crite vs. TCU ............... (SWC)......1 / 16 / 85.............6 DeAndre Jordan vs. Baylor........ (Big 12).......3 / 5 / 08.............6 Nick Anderson........................... (Big 12).....2 / 28 / 01.............5 seven others with five in SWC play

Records

David Edwards vs. Prairie View A&M .......11 / 25 / 91.............9 Darryl McDonald vs. SMU ......................... 1 /   6 / 88.............9 Darryl McDonald vs. Lehigh .....................12 / 29 / 86.............9 Michael Schmidt vs. S.F. Austin ...............11 / 22 / 97.............8 Todd Holloway vs. Texas ............................1 / 15 / 86.............8 Darnell Williams vs. Texas . ....................... 3 /   6 / 84.............8 Acie Law IV vs. Oklahoma State.................1 / 11 / 06.............7 Steve Houston vs. Washington State .......12 / 30 / 97.............7 David Edwards vs. Houston .......................1 / 29 / 92.............7 Brooks Thompson vs. S.F. Austin . .......... 12 /  9 / 89.............7 Darryl McDonald vs. Hawaii .....................12 / 29 / 87.............7 Darryl McDonald vs. Iona .........................12 / 20 / 86.............7 Reggie Roberts vs. Arkansas .....................1 / 13 / 83.............7 Tyren Naulls vs. Sam Houston ................ 12 /   3 / 81.............7 Tyren Naulls vs. Sam Houston State . ..... 12 /  3 / 81.............7

Bernard King...................3 / 4 / 00.....................College Station

vs. Oklahoma

(Conference)

Steals

Bernard King...................2 / 17/ 01....................College Station

vs. Nebraska

Assists

1. 4. 7.

Antoine Wright................1 / 17/ 04....................College Station

vs. Kansas State

(minimum 11 attempts)

Assists

Antoine Wright ..............2 / 22/05.....................College Station Bernard King..................1 / 28/ 01....................College Station Jesse King.....................1 / 28/ 04................................... Ames Joseph Jones.................1 / 31/ 07....................College Station

vs. Kansas

(Conference) Bennie Lenox vs. Arkansas.....(SWC)......2 / 16 / 63 Carroll Broussard vs. Texas....(SWC)......2 / 16 / 60 Antoine Wright vs. Colorado.... (Big 12)..... 2 / 19 / 05 Paul Crawford vs. Arkansas....(SWC)......1 / 16 / 88 Willie Foreman vs. Houston.....(SWC)......2 / 19 / 77 Bill Brophy vs. TCU..............(SWC)......2 /   2 / 55

Bernard King...................2 / 12 / 00...................College Station

vs. Iowa State

Free Throw Percentage 1. 2. 3.

John Beasley..................2 / 13 / 65.................................. Waco John Beasley..................1 / 15 / 66.................................. Waco


Opponent Individual Game Field Goal Attempts

Points 1. Martin Terry, Arkansas........................................1 / 22 / 72.......... 46 2. Gene Phillips, SMU . ..........................................2 / 21 / 70.......... 44 3. Otis Birdsong, Houston . ....................................2 / 19 / 77.......... 43 Temple Tucker, Rice ........................................12 / 28 / 55.......... 43 5. Mike Russell, Texas Tech . .................................1 / 18 / 77.......... 42 Richard Fuqua, Oral Roberts ...........................12 / 23 / 72.......... 42 Jim Barnes, Texas Western .............................. 3 /   9 / 64.......... 42 Tom Robitaille, Rice ...........................................2 / 28 / 59.......... 42 9. Gary Overbeck, Texas .......................................2 / 10 / 68.......... 41 Bill Henry, Rice ................................................. 2 /   8 / 44.......... 41 Andre Owens, Houston . ..................................12 / 27 / 03.......... 41

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Richard Fuqua, Oral Roberts ...........................12 / 23 / 73.......... 38 Dean Tolson, Arkansas ..................................... 3 /   2 / 74.......... 36 Gene Phillips, SMU . ..........................................2 / 21 / 70.......... 34 Larry Comley, Kansas State ........................... 12 /   3 / 60.......... 32 Dick O’Neal, TCU ..............................................1 / 22 / 55.......... 31 Don Boldebuck, Houston ................................ 12 /   2 / 54.......... 30 Calvin Garrett, Oral Roberts ........................... 12 /   4 / 78.......... 29 Jim Krivacs, Texas .............................................2 / 13 / 78.......... 29 Sammy Hervey, SMU ........................................2 / 27 / 73.......... 29 Bob Patterson, Tulsa ...................................... 12 /   8 / 54.......... 29

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dean Tolson, Arkansas ..............(SWC) ........... 3 /   2 / 74.......... 36 Gene Phillips, SMU . ..................(SWC) ............2 / 21 / 70.......... 34 Dick O’Neal, TCU ......................(SWC) ............1 / 22 / 55.......... 31 Don Boldebuck, Houston ...........(SWC) ......... 12 /   2 / 54.......... 30 Jim Krivacs, Texas .....................(SWC) ............2 / 13 / 78.......... 29 Sammy Hervey, SMU ................(SWC) ............2 / 27 / 73.......... 29

FG Attempts (Conference) Rebounds 1. Don Boldebuck, Houston ................................ 12 /   2 / 54.......... 26 2. Jerry Mallett, Baylor ...........................................1 / 18 / 55.......... 25 3. Ray Warren, TCU ............................................. 2 /   2 / 55.......... 24 4. Ira Terrell, SMU ................................................. 2 /   6 / 73.......... 23 5. Charles McKinney, Baylor . ............................... 2 /   2 / 74.......... 22 Elvin Hayes, Houston ........................................1 / 28 / 66.......... 22 7. Akeem Olajuwon, Houston ................................1 / 14 / 84.......... 21 Jim Krebs, SMU .................................................2 / 18 / 56.......... 21 Joel Krog, SMU . ................................................2 / 15 / 55.......... 21 10. Eric Chenowith, Kansas......................................1 / 14 / 98.......... 20 Jon Koncak, SMU ..............................................1 / 18 / 84.......... 20 Edgar Jones, Nevada-Reno ..............................3 / 12 / 79.......... 20 Mike Franklin, Cincinnati . ..................................3 / 15 / 75.......... 20 Jess Evans, TCU .............................................. 3 /   4 / 69.......... 20 Ken Spain, Houston . .........................................1 / 28 / 69.......... 20 Dick O’Neal, TCU ..............................................1 / 22 / 55.......... 20 Charles White, TCU .......................................... 2 /   2 / 55.......... 20 Raymond Downs, Texas ....................................2 / 28 / 56.......... 20 Bob Patterson, Tulsa ...................................... 12 /   8 / 54.......... 20

Records

Field Goals 1. 2. 4. 9.

Dean Tolson, Arkansas ..................................... 3 /   2 / 74.......... 20 Louis Dunbar, Houston ..................................... 1 /   6 / 73.......... 17 Tom Robitaille, Rice ...........................................2 / 28 / 59.......... 17 Ricky Pierce, Rice . ............................................2 / 13 / 82.......... 16 Otis Birdsong, Houston . ....................................2 / 19 / 77.......... 16 Larry Robinson, Texas .......................................2 / 23 / 74.......... 16 Richard Fuqua, Oral Roberts ...........................12 / 23 / 72.......... 16 Dale Kelley, Northwestern ...............................12 / 30 / 69.......... 16 John Taft, Marshall . ........................................ 12 /   7 / 89.......... 15 Tony White, Tennessee . ................................. 12 /   7 / 85.......... 15 James Campbell, Oklahoma City ....................12 / 11 / 81.......... 15 Jim Krivacs, Texas .............................................2 / 13 / 78.......... 15 Larry Robinson, Texas .......................................1 / 29 / 74.......... 15 Gary Overbeck, Texas .......................................2 / 10 / 68.......... 15

1. 2. 3.

Dean Tolson, Arkansas ..............(SWC) ........... 3 /   2 / 74.......... 20 Tom Robitaille, Rice ...................(SWC) ............2 / 28 / 59.......... 17 Ricky Pierce, Rice . ....................(SWC) ............2 / 13 / 82.......... 16 Otis Birdsong, Houston . ............(SWC) ............2 / 19 / 77.......... 16 Larry Robinson, Texas ...............(SWC) ............2 / 23 / 74.......... 16

Field Goals

(Conference)

Field Goal Percentage (minimum 10 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Mario Bennett, Arizona St.................11 / 22 / 94...........923..... 12-13 Tim Moore, Houston ......................... 2 / 16 / 94...........916..... 11-12 Dexter Cambridge, Texas ................. 3 /   8 / 92...........909..... 10-11 Oliver Miller, Arkansas ...................... 2 / 23 / 91...........909..... 10-11 Maurice Jeffers, Saint Louis............. 12 / 27 / 00...........900....... 9-10 Brandon Crump, Tennessee.............. 12 / 2 / 03...........900....... 9-10 Chris Mihm, Texas............................. 2 / 18 / 98...........857..... 12-14 Louis Estes, Baylor ............................4 / 11 / 56...........824..... 14-17 Mark Young, Kansas State................. 1 / 25 / 97...........818....... 9-11 Sean Riley, North Texxas................... 12 / 5 / 96...........818....... 9-11 Craig Sibley, TCU ............................. 2 /   7 / 90...........818....... 9-11 J.D. Sanders, Texas Tech ................. 1 / 28 / 89...........818....... 9-11 Michael Williams, Baylor ................... 2 /   6 / 85...........818....... 9-11 Russell Cross, Purdue ...................... 3 / 19 / 82...........818....... 9-11

Field Goal Percentage (Conference) (minimum 10 attempts) 1. 2. 4. 5.

Tim Moore, Houston ............(SWC) .... 2 / 16 / 94.......916..... 11-12 Dexter Cambridge, Texas ....(SWC) .... 3 /   8 / 92.......909..... 10-11 Oliver Miller, Arkansas .........(SWC) .... 2 / 23 / 91.......909..... 10-11 Chris Mihm, Texas............... (Big 12).... 2 / 18 / 98.......857..... 12-14 Louis Estes, Baylor ..............(SWC) .....4 / 11 / 56.......824..... 14-17

1. 4.

Clarence Gilbert, Missouri.................................. 3 /   8 / 01......... 8 Cortez Groves, Kansas State.............................2 / 23 / 00......... 8 Roddrick Miller, Baylor........................................2 / 28 / 98......... 8 Stan Bonewitz, Texas Tech.................................2 / 21 / 98......... 7 B.J. Tyler, Texas..................................................1 / 12 / 94......... 7 Aundre Branch, Baylor........................................2 / 13 / 93......... 7 Latrell Sprewell, Alabama.................................. 2 /   5 / 92......... 7 Chris Cresswell, Nebraska ..............................12 / 20 / 91......... 7 Ike Williams, New Mexico.................................12 / 10 / 91......... 7 Chase Maag, Rice .............................................1 / 26 / 91......... 7

Three-Point Field Goals

116


Scott Shepherd, Robert Morris ........................11 / 30 / 90......... 7 Alex Williams, Cal St.-Sac. ..............................12 / 19 / 87......... 7 Andre Owens, Houston.....................................12 / 27 / 03......... 7

6.

Three-Point Field Goals (Conference)

1. 3.

Cortez Groves, Kansas State.........(Big 12).......2 / 23 / 00......... 8 Roddrick Miller, Baylor................... (Big 12).......2 / 28 / 98......... 8 Stan Bonewitz, Texas Tech.............(Big 12).......2 / 21 / 98......... 7 B.J. Tyler, Texas . ............................(SWC) .......1 / 12 / 94......... 7 Aundre Branch, Baylor . ..................(SWC) .....12 / 13 / 93......... 7 Chase Maag, Rice ..........................(SWC) .......1 / 26 / 91......... 7

1 . 2. 4. 9.

Andre Owens, Houston......................................12 / 27 /03....... 15 Alex Williams, Cal St.-Sacramento ..................12 / 19 / 87....... 14 Robert Martin, Cal St.-Sacramento . ................12 / 19 / 87....... 14 Clarence Gilbert, Missouri...................................3 / 8 / 01....... 13 Troy Green, SE Louisiana................................ 12 /   7 / 96....... 13 B.J. Tyler, Texas . ...............................................1 / 12 / 94....... 13 Lance Blanks, Texas ......................................... 2 /   1 / 89....... 13 Mookie Blaylock, Oklahoma ............................11 / 28 / 87....... 13 Ronnie McCollum, Centenary............................ 1 /   5 / 00....... 12 Cortez Groves, Kansas State ............................2 / 23 / 00....... 12 Kenny Price, Colorado........................................2 / 17 / 99....... 12 Calvin Williams, North Texas................ . .........11 / 13 / 98....... 12 Troy Matthews, SMU..........................................1 / 31 / 95....... 12 Gordon Hamilton, Holy Cross ..........................12 / 30 / 94....... 12 Aundre Branch, Baylor . ...................................12 / 13 / 93....... 12 Ray Younger, Texas Southern .........................12 / 12 / 90....... 12 Michael Strickland, TCU ................................... 1 /   6 / 90....... 12 Tyrone Jones, Oklahoma . ...............................12 / 29 / 88....... 12 Robert Jarvis, Oral Roberts...............................11/ 13 / 07....... 12

Free Throws

Free Throws

Three-Point FG ­Attempts

Raymond Downs, Texas ............(SWC) ............2 / 12 / 55.......... 23 Martin Terry, Arkansas ...............(SWC) ............1 / 22 / 72.......... 22 Dick O’Neal, TCU ......................(SWC) ........... 2 /   2 / 55.......... 22 David Wesley, Baylor .................(SWC) ........... 3 /   2 / 92.......... 20 Curtis Jerrells, Baylor.................(Big 12).............1 / 23 / 08.......... 20

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

Raymond Downs, Texas ....................................2 / 12 / 55.......... 32 Dick O’Neal, TCU ............................................. 2 /   2 / 55.......... 29 David Wesley, Baylor ........................................ 3 /   2 / 92.......... 25 Martin Terry, Arkansas .......................................1 / 22 / 72.......... 24 Curtis Jerrells, Baylor..........................................1 / 23 / 08.......... 24 Chris Gaines, Hawaii .......................................11 / 27 / 89.......... 22 Raymond Downs, Texas ....................................2 / 22 / 55.......... 22 Hubert Register, Northern Illinois ...................... 1 /   5 / 94.......... 20 Raymond Downs, Texas ....................................2 / 28 / 56.......... 20 Temple Tucker, Rice ........................................12 / 28 / 55.......... 20 Jerry Mallett, Baylor ...........................................1 / 18 / 55.......... 20

Free Throws Attempted

B.J. Tyler, Texas . ............................(SWC) .......1 / 12 / 94....... 13 Lance Blanks, Texas .......................(SWC) ...... 2 /   1 / 89....... 13 Cortez Groves, Kansas State ........(Big 12) ......2 / 23 / 00....... 12 Kenny Price, Colorado....................(Big 12).......2 / 17 / 99....... 12 Aundre Branch, Baylor . ..................(SWC) .....12 / 13 / 93....... 12 Michael Strickland, TCU .................(SWC) ...... 1 /   6 / 90....... 12 Troy Matthews, SMU.......................(SWC) .......1 / 31 / 95....... 12

Three-Point FG Percentage (minimum 5 attempts) Chase Maag, Rice ....................... 1 / 26 / 91................875...... 7-8 Glendon Alexander, Okla. State . . 2 /   5 / 00................857...... 6-7 Marque Carrington, N.C. A&T...... 11 / 27 / 99...............857...... 6-7 Jason Horton, Missouri................. 2 / 5 / 05................833...... 5-6 Kelley Newton, Oklahoma............. 1 /   8 / 00................833...... 5-6 Kevin Adams, Texas Southern ..... 2 / 13 / 92................833...... 5-6 Jimmy McKinney, Missouri............ 3 / 11 / 04................833...... 5-6 Chad Allen, SMU ......................... 2 / 25 / 93................800...... 4-5 Koy Smith, Texas Tech . ............... 3 /   3 / 93................800...... 4-5 Travis Mays, Texas ...................... 1 / 17 / 90................800...... 4-5 Todd Duncan, Texas Tech . .......... 1 / 28 / 89................800...... 4-5 Tony Allen, Oklahoma State . ....... 1 / 11 / 03................800...... 4-5 Hollis Price, Oklahoma...................3 / 1 / 03................800...... 4-5

Free Throw Attempts (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Raymond Downs, Texas ............(SWC) ............2 / 12 / 55.......... 32 Dick O’Neal, TCU ......................(SWC) ........... 2 /   2 / 55.......... 29 David Wesley, Baylor .................(SWC) ........... 3 /   2 / 92.......... 25 Martin Terry, Arkansas ...............(SWC) ............1 / 22 / 72.......... 24 Curtis Jerrells, Baylor.................(Big 12).............1 / 23 / 08.......... 24

Free Throw Percentage (minimum 11 attempts)

(mini-

mum 5 attempts) 1. Chase Maag, Rice ...............(SWC) .... 1 / 26 / 91.......... .875 7-8 2. Glendon Alexander, OSU..... (Big 12) ... 2 /   5 / 00.......... .857 6-7 3. Jason Horton, Missouri........ (Big 12).... 2 / 5 / 05.......... .833 5-6

1. 2. 3. 3.

117

Gene Phillips, SMU . ...........................2 / 21 / 70......1.000..... 19-19 David Wesley, Baylor ..........................1 / 19 / 91......1.000..... 16-16 Nate Carter, Oklahoma........................1 / 27 / 07......1.000..... 13-13 Dan Krueger, Texas............................ 2 /   1 / 75......1.000..... 12-12 Norman Hooten, Texas .......................1 / 13 / 56......1.000 ... 12-12

Records

Three-Point FG Percentage (Conference)

(Conference)

1. 2. 4.

(Conference)

1. 2. 3. 7.

5-6 5-6 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5

1. Raymond Downs, Texas ....................................2 / 12 / 55.......... 23 2. Martin Terry, Arkansas .......................................1 / 22 / 72.......... 22 Dick O’Neal, TCU ............................................. 2 /   2 / 55.......... 22 4. David Wesley, Baylor ........................................ 3 /   2 / 92.......... 20 Curtis Jerrells, Baylor..........................................1 / 23 / 08.......... 20 6. Chris Gaines, Hawaii .......................................11 / 27 / 89.......... 19 Raymond Downs, Texas ....................................2 / 22 / 55.......... 19 Gene Phillips, SMU . ..........................................2 / 21 / 70.......... 19 9. Temple Tucker, Rice ........................................12 / 28 / 55.......... 17 10. David Wesley, Baylor .........................................1 / 19 / 91.......... 16 Mike Russell, Texas Tech . .................................1 / 18 / 77.......... 16 Dub Malaise, Texas Tech .................................. 3 /   4 / 65.......... 16 Jerry Mallett, Baylor ...........................................1 / 18 / 55.......... 16

Three-Point FG Attempts

1. 3.

Kelley Newton, Oklahoma.... (Big 12) ... 1 /   8 / 00.......... .833 Jimmy McKinney, Missouri... (Big 12) ....3 / 11 / 04.......... .833 Jeff Jacobs, TCU .................(SWC) .... 2 / 23 / 94.......... .800 Koy Smith, Texas Tech . .......(SWC) .... 3 /   3 / 93.......... .800 Chad Allen, SMU .................(SWC) .... 2 / 25 / 93.......... .800 Todd Duncan, Texas Tech.....(SWC) .... 1 / 28 / 89.......... .800 Travis Mays, Texas ..............(SWC) .... 1 / 17 / 90.......... .800 Tony Allen, Okla. St. . ... (Big 12) ...1 / 11 / 03.......... .800 Hollis Price, Oklahoma ... (Big 12).... 3 / 1 / 03.......... .800


5.

Bo Jones, Va. Commonwealth...........12 /   2 / 00......1.000......11-11 Bryant Reeves, Okla. State................12 /   3 / 94......1.000......11-11 Theon Dotson, Texas So. ................... 2 /13 / 92......1.000 ....11-11 John Colborne, SMU ..........................2 / 10 / 90......1.000 ....11-11 Dwight Pernell, Holy Cross ...............12 / 20 / 89......1.000 ....11-11 Jerry Ocasio, UC-Santa Barbara .......12 /15 / 79......1.000 ....11-11 Tommy Boyer, Arkansas .....................1 /   3 / 62......1.000......11-11

FT Percentage (Conference) (minimum 11 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Gene Phillips, SMU . .....(SWC) . .....2 / 21 / 70........... 1.000 David Wesley, Baylor.....(SWC)........1 / 19 / 91........... 1.000 Nate Carter, Oklahoma.(Big 12).......1 / 27 / 07........... 1.000 Dan Krueger, Texas ......(SWC) . .... 2 /   1 / 75........... 1.000 Norman Hooten, Texas .(SWC) . .....1 / 13 / 56........... 1.000

19-19 16-16 13-13 12-12 12-12

1. 2. 3. 7. 9.

Johnny Moore, Texas . .......................................2 / 13 / 78.......... 16 Gerald Lewis, SMU ............................................2 / 25 / 93.......... 15 Dedan Thomas, UNLV .......................................1 / 19 / 93.......... 14 Derrick Daniels, Houston ...................................1 / 27 / 90.......... 14 Johnny Moore, Texas . .......................................1 / 22 / 79.......... 14 Maurice Searight, Grambling............................12 / 21 / 03.......... 14 Doug Gottlieb, Oklahoma State..........................1 / 22 / 00.......... 13 Lee Mayberry, Arkansas ....................................1 / 23 / 91.......... 13 Boney Watson, Sam Houston State...................12/ 3 / 98.......... 12 Ahlon Lewis, Arizona State...............................12 / 19 / 97.......... 12 Nelson Haggerty, Baylor ................................... 2 /   4 / 95.......... 12 Nelson Haggerty, Baylor ................................... 3 /   1 / 94.......... 12 Mark Davis, Texas Tech .................................... 3 /   5 / 94.......... 12 Butch Moore, SMU ............................................1 / 22 / 83.......... 12 Bruce Douglas, Illinois .....................................11 / 27 / 82.......... 12 Danny Tarkanian, UNLV . .................................12 / 29 / 81.......... 12 Quannas White, Oklahoma.................................2 / 9 / 02.......... 12

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Johnny Moore, Texas . ...............(SWC) ............2 / 13 / 78.......... 16 Gerald Lewis, SMU ....................(SWC) ............2 / 25 / 93.......... 15 Johnny Moore, Texas . ...............(SWC) ............1 / 22 / 79.......... 14 Derrick Daniels, Houston ...........(SWC) ............1 / 27 / 90.......... 14 Doug Gottlieb, Okla. State.........(Big 12) ...........1 / 22 / 00.......... 13 Lee Mayberry, Arkansas ............(SWC) ............1 / 23 / 91.......... 13

1. 3. 5. 9.

Ivan Wagner, Texas .......................................... 2 /  3 / 99.......... 10 Rawle Marshall, Oakland..................................12 / 2 / 03.......... 10 Todd Day, Arkansas ...........................................2 / 23 / 91............ 8 Kevin Scarborough, New Mexico . .....................3 / 12 / 85............ 8 Pointer Williams, McNeese State......................12 / 20 / 95............ 7 Terrence Rencher, Texas ...................................2 / 10 / 93............ 7 Mark Price, Georgia Tech ................................12 / 20 / 85............ 7 Quinn Buckner, Indiana ...................................12 / 14 / 74............ 7 Joel Hoover, Maryland-Eastern Shore..............12 / 21 / 97............ 6 Kelvin Chalmers, Baylor ..................................2 / 20 / 92............ 6 Lance Blanks, Texas ........................................1 / 17 / 90............ 6 Mookie Blaylock, Oklahoma ............................12 / 29 / 88............ 6 Alvin Lott, Iona .................................................12 / 20 / 86............ 6 Butch Moore, SMU ............................................2 / 18 / 84............ 6 Alvin Robertson, Arkansas . .............................. 2 /   8 / 84............ 6 Goliath Yeggins, West Texas State ..................12 / 18 / 82............ 6 U.S. Reed, Arkansas .........................................1 / 22 / 80............ 6 Richard Harris, SMU ..........................................1 / 15 / 80............ 6 Bobby Tudor, Rice .............................................1 / 22 / 79............ 6

Assists

3. 4.

Terrence Rencher, Texas ...........(SWC) ............2 / 10 / 93............ 7 Kelvin Chalmers, Baylor ....... (SWC) .........2 / 20 / 92.......... 6 Butch Moore, SMU ............... (SWC) .........2 / 18 / 84.......... 6 Alvin Robertson, Arkansas ... (SWC) ........ 2 /   8 / 84.......... 6 U.S. Reed, Arkansas ............ (SWC) .........1 / 22 / 80.......... 6 Richard Harris, SMU ............ (SWC) .........1 / 15 / 80.......... 6 Lance Blanks, Texas ............ (SWC) .........1 / 17 / 90.......... 6 Bobby Tudor, Rice ................ (SWC) .........1 / 22 / 79.......... 6

Blocked Shots 1. Ervin Johnson, New Orleans............................12 / 29 / 93.......... 12 2. Kurt Thomas, TCU..............................................2 / 25 / 95...........11 3. Akeem Olajuwon, Houston ................................1 / 14 / 84.......... 10 Charles Outlaw, Houston ...................................2 / 17 / 93.......... 10 5. Charles Outlaw, Houston ...................................2 / 29 / 92............ 9 6. Brian Skinner, Baylor..........................................1 / 10 / 96............ 8 Mike Bell, Oklahoma ........................................12 / 29 / 88............ 8 Jon Koncak, SMU ............................................. 3 /   9 / 84............ 8 Akeem Olajuwon, Houston ............................... 1 /   4 / 83............ 8 Anwar Ferguson, Houston................................12 / 27 / 03............ 8 11. Will Flemons, Texas Tech ..................................1 / 31 / 90............ 7 Jon Koncak, SMU ..............................................1 / 18 / 84............ 7

Blocked Shots 1. 2. 4. 5.

Top Big 12 Scorers vs. A&M

Records

Assists (Conference)

By Baylor 36

Curtis Jerrells................................1 / 23 / 08................... College Station

By Colorado 26

Cliff Meely.....................................3 / 13 / 69.................Manhattan, Kan.

By Iowa State

Steals

Steals

(Conference)

Kurt Thomas, TCU......................(SWC) ............2 / 25 / 95...........11 Akeem Olajuwon, Houston.........(SWC) ............1 / 14 / 84.......... 10 Charles Outlaw, Houston ...........(SWC) ............2 / 17 / 93.......... 10 Charles Outlaw, Houston ...........(SWC) ............2 / 29 / 92............ 9 Akeem Olajuwon, Houston ........(SWC) ........... 1 /   4 / 83............ 8

27

Curtis Stinson................................1 / 21/ 06.........................Ames, Iowa

By Kansas 28

Brandon Rush...............................3 / 15 / 08.................Kansas City, Mo.

By Kansas State 30

Cortez Groves..............................2 / 23 / 00.................Manhattan, Kan.

By Missouri 30

Clarence Gilbert.............................3 / 8 / 01.................Kansas City, Mo.

By Nebraska 29

Tyronn Lue....................................1 / 11 / 97...................... Lincoln, Neb.

By Oklahoma 33

Harvey Grant...............................11 / 28 / 87...............................Norman

By Oklahoma State 30

Royce Jeffries.............................12 / 30 / 88....................Oklahoma City

By Texas 41

Gary Overbeck.............................2 / 10 / 68................... College Station

By Texas Tech

(Conference)

1. Ivan Wagner, Texas ................. (Big 12) ............2 / 3 / 99.......... 10 2. Todd Day, Arkansas ...................(SWC) ............2 / 23 / 91............ 8

42

118

Mike Russell.................................1 / 18 / 77..............................Lubbock


Individual Season Rebounds

Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Points

Rebound Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(Conference)

1. John Beasley.................(SWC) ................... 1966.............. 429 2. John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1965.............. 395 3. Bennie Lenox . ..............(SWC) .................... 1963.............. 352 4. Sonny Parker ................(SWC) .................... 1976.............. 345 5. Joe Wilbert.....................(SWC) .................... 1995.............. 340 Big 12 Play: Acie Law IV.................................................... 2007.............. 333

Scoring Average 1 . 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(Conference) 1. John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1966............. 30.6 2. John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1965............. 28.2 3. Bennie Lenox . ..............(SWC) .................... 1963............. 25.1 4. Joe Wilbert.....................(SWC) .................... 1995............. 24.3 5. Carroll Broussard . ........(SWC) .................... 1961............. 24.2 Big 12 Play: Acie Law IV.................................................... 2007............. 20.8

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Claude Riley ............................................ 1981-82.............. 317 Rudy Woods ............................................ 1978-79.............. 286 John Beasley ........................................... 1965-66.............. 286 Vernon Smith ........................................... 1978-79.............. 269 Ronnie Peret . .......................................... 1967-68.............. 267 Barry Davis .............................................. 1975-76.............. 264 Ronnie Peret . .......................................... 1968-69.............. 263 John Beasley ........................................... 1964-65.............. 263 Steve Niles .............................................. 1969-70.............. 262 Jeff Overhouse ........................................ 1971-72.............. 261

1. John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1966............. 12.7 2. Ronnie Peret . ...............(SWC) .................... 1968............. 11.9 3. Jeff Overhouse .............(SWC) .................... 1973............. 11.9 4. Steve Niles ...................(SWC) .................... 1970............. 11.6 5. John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1965............. 11.5 Big 12 Play: Andy Slocum.................................................. 2004............... 9.1

Field Goals

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Don Marbury ............................................ 1985-86.............. 285 Joe Wilbert................................................ 1994-95.............. 253 John Beasley ........................................... 1964-65.............. 250 John Beasley ........................................... 1965-66.............. 246 Vernon Smith ........................................... 1978-79.............. 242 Tony Milton .............................................. 1989-90.............. 239 Sonny Parker ........................................... 1975-76.............. 236 Donald Thompson ................................... 1988-89.............. 227 Acie Law IV............................................... 2006-07.............. 216 Vernon Smith ........................................... 1979-80.............. 211

Field Goals

(Conference)

1. John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1966.............. 164 2. John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1965.............. 156 3. Sonny Parker ................(SWC) .................... 1976.............. 141 4. Don Marbury .................(SWC) .................... 1986.............. 136 5. John Thornton ..............(SWC) .................... 1975.............. 127 Big 12 Play: Shanne Jones................................................ 1998.............. 120

Field Goal Attempts 1. John Beasley............................................ 1964-65.............. 557 2. John Beasley ........................................... 1965-66.............. 552 3. Don Marbury ............................................ 1985-86.............. 538

119

Records

Rebounds

John Beasley ........................................... 1965-66............. 11.9 Ronnie Peret . .......................................... 1967-68............. 11.1 John Beasley ........................................... 1964-65............. 10.9 Steve Niles .............................................. 1970-71............. 10.9 Jerry Windham ........................................ 1961-62............. 10.8 Walter Davis ............................................ 1951-52............. 10.6 Claude Riley ............................................ 1981-82............. 10.2 Jerry Windham ........................................ 1962-63............. 10.2 Jeff Overhouse ........................................ 1971-72............. 10.0 Leroy Miksch ........................................... 1952-53............. 10.0

Rebound Average (Conference)

John Beasley ........................................... 1965-66............. 27.8 John Beasley ........................................... 1964-65............. 25.8 Bennie Lenox . ......................................... 1962-63............. 23.7 Joe Wilbert................................................ 1994-95............. 22.9 Carroll Broussard . ................................... 1960-61............. 22.4 Don Marbury ............................................ 1985-86............. 21.8 Sonny Parker ........................................... 1975-76............. 20.8 Bennie Lenox . ......................................... 1963-64............. 20.8 Tony Milton .............................................. 1989-90............. 20.6 Mike Heitmann . ....................................... 1969-70............. 19.5

Scoring Average

(Conference)

1. John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1966.............. 178 2. Ronnie Peret . ...............(SWC) .................... 1967.............. 167 3. Jeff Overhouse .............(SWC) .................... 1973.............. 166 4. Steve Niles ...................(SWC) .................... 1970.............. 163 5. John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1965.............. 161 Big 12 Play: Andy Slocum.................................................. 2004.............. 146

Don Marbury ............................................ 1985-86.............. 697 Joe Wilbert................................................ 1994-95.............. 687 John Beasley ........................................... 1965-66.............. 668 Tony Milton .............................................. 1989-90.............. 639 John Beasley ........................................... 1964-65.............. 619 Acie Law IV............................................... 2006-07.............. 614 Bennie Lenox . ......................................... 1962-63.............. 568 Sonny Parker ........................................... 1975-76.............. 561 Antoine Wright.......................................... 2004-05.............. 553 Bernard King............................................. 2000-01.............. 540


4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Vernon Smith ........................................... 1978-79.............. 505 Tony Milton .............................................. 1989-90.............. 496 Joe Wilbert................................................ 1994-95.............. 473 Vernon Smith ........................................... 1979-80.............. 447 Acie Law IV............................................... 2006-07.............. 432 Claude Riley ............................................ 1981-82.............. 428 Bennie Lenox . ......................................... 1963-64.............. 425

Field Goal Attempts (Conference) John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1965.............. 340 John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1964.............. 336 Sonny Parker ................(SWC) .................... 1976.............. 287 Steve Jones . ................(SWC) .................... 1977.............. 273 Clifton Cook..................(Big 12) ................... 1999.............. 264 Carroll Broussard...........(SWC) ................... 1961.............. 264

Field Goal Percentage (minimum 175 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Rudy Woods ............................................ 1978-79............. .622 DeAndre Jordan........................................ 2007-08............. .617 Jimmie Gilbert . ........................................ 1985-86............. .597 Rudy Woods ............................................ 1979-80............. .588 Damon Johnson ...................................... 1992-93............. .580 Winston Crite ........................................... 1985-86............. .580 Joseph Jones............................................ 2004-05............. .577 Donald Thompson ................................... 1988-89............. .576 Joe Wilbert . ............................................. 1993-94............. .567 Winston Crite ........................................... 1984-85............. .567 Ronnie Peret . .......................................... 1968-69............. .567

Field Goal Percentage (Conference) (minimum 100 attempts)

1. Rudy Woods .................(SWC) .................... 1980............. .650 2. Rudy Woods .................(SWC) .................... 1979............. .647 3. Ronnie Peret . ...............(SWC) .................... 1969............. .607 4. Joe Wilbert . ..................(SWC) .................... 1994............. .604 Damon Johnson.............(SWC) .................... 1993............. .604 Big 12 Play: Joseph Jones................................................. 2005............. .592

Records

Three-Point Field Goals 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Josh Carter............................................... 2006-07................ 86 Josh Carter............................................... 2007-08................ 79 Bernard King............................................. 1999-00................ 79 Derrick Hart............................................... 1995-96................ 74 Antoine Wright.......................................... 2004-05................ 71 Chuck Henderson .................................... 1993-94................ 67 Antoine Wright.......................................... 2002-03................ 63 Bernard King............................................. 2000-01................ 62 Josh Carter............................................... 2005-06................ 57 Brooks Thompson ................................... 1990-91................ 57

1. 2. 4. 5.

Bernard King . ..............(Big 12)..................... 2000................ 48 Chuck Henderson .........(SWC) .................... 1994................ 41 Josh Carter...................(Big 12)..................... 2007................ 41 Antoine Wright..............(Big 12)..................... 2005................ 39 Jerald Brown.................(Big 12)..................... 1997................ 34

Three-Point Field Goals

Three-Point FG Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Bernard King............................................. 1999-00.............. 228 Josh Carter............................................... 2007-08.............. 208 Bernard King............................................. 2000-01.............. 196 Derrick Hart............................................... 1995-96.............. 195 Josh Carter............................................... 2006-07.............. 172 Chris Clayton............................................ 1998-99.............. 168 Bernard King............................................. 2001-02.............. 167 Clifton Cook.............................................. 1998-99.............. 165 Antoine Wright.......................................... 2002-03.............. 165 Chuck Henderson .................................... 1993-94.............. 165

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bernard King.................(Big 12)..................... 2000.............. 137 Clifton Cook..................(Big 12)..................... 1999.............. 108 Bernard King . ..............(Big 12)..................... 2001.............. 103 Jerald Brown.................(Big 12) ................... 1997................ 97 Derrick Hart....................(SWC) .................... 1996................ 93 Antoine Wright..............(Big 12) ................... 2003................ 93

Three-Point FG Attempts (Conference)

Three-Point FG Percentage (minimum 75 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Josh Carter............................................... 2006-07............. .500 Acie Law IV............................................... 2006-07............. .458 Antoine Wright.......................................... 2004-05............. .447 Kevin Turner............................................. 2003-04............. .430 Tracey Anderson....................................... 1996-97............. .427 Lynn Suber .............................................. 1989-90............. .427 Chuck Henderson .................................... 1991-92............. .421 Lynn Suber .............................................. 1990-91............. .417 Dominique Kirk......................................... 2007-09............. .407 Chuck Henderson .................................... 1993-94............. .406

Three-Point FG Percentage (Conference) (minimum 35 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bobby Leach.................(Big 12)..................... 2005............. .571 Josh Carter...................(Big 12)..................... 2007............. .506 Acie Law IV...................(Big 12)..................... 2007............. .500 Chuck Henderson..........(SWC) .................... 1994............. .456 Lynn Suber ...................(SWC) .................... 1990............. .450

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bennie Lenox . ......................................... 1962-63.............. 190 Joe Wilbert................................................ 1994-95.............. 177 John Beasley ........................................... 1965-66.............. 176 Mike Heitmann . ....................................... 1969-70.............. 166 Carroll Broussard . ................................... 1960-61.............. 160 Joseph Jones............................................ 2005-06.............. 147 Acie Law IV............................................... 2006-07.............. 144 Bernard King............................................. 2000-01.............. 142 Bennie Lenox . ......................................... 1963-64.............. 141 Ronnie Peret . .......................................... 1968-69.............. 139 Bernard King............................................. 2002-03.............. 139

1. 2. 4. 5.

Bennie Lenox . ..............(SWC) .................... 1963.............. 136 John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1966.............. 101 Carroll Broussard . ........(SWC) .................... 1961.............. 101 Mike Heitmann . ............(SWC) .................... 1970................ 95 Acie Law IV...................(Big 12) ................... 2007................ 91

(Conference)

Free Throws

FT Made

120

(Conference)


Free Throw Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Joe Wilbert................................................ 1994-95.............. 245 Bennie Lenox . ......................................... 1962-63.............. 231 Mike Heitmann . ....................................... 1969-70.............. 224 John Beasley ........................................... 1965-66.............. 216 Ronnie Peret............................................. 1968-69.............. 211 Bernard King............................................. 2000-01.............. 209 Joseph Jones............................................ 2005-06.............. 200 Carroll Broussard...................................... 1960-61.............. 198 Shanne Jones........................................... 1997-98.............. 185 Acie Law IV............................................... 2006-07.............. 185

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Darryl McDonald ...................................... 1987-88................ 90 Darryl McDonald ...................................... 1986-87................ 83 David Edwards ........................................ 1993-94................ 80 David Edwards ........................................ 1991-92................ 79 David Edwards ........................................ 1992-93................ 69 Reggie Roberts . ...................................... 1981-82................ 69 Clifton Cook.............................................. 1998-99................ 67 Steve Houston.......................................... 1997-98................ 67 Sonny Parker ........................................... 1975-76................ 66 Darnell Williams ....................................... 1983-84................ 65

1. 2. 3. 5.

Darryl McDonald ...........(SWC) .................... 1987................ 44 Darryl McDonald ...........(SWC) .................... 1988................ 41 Clifton Cook..................(Big 12)..................... 1999................ 39 Brian Barone.................(Big 12)..................... 1998................ 39 Brooks Thompson ........(SWC) .................... 1991................ 38 Darnell Williams ............(SWC) .................... 1984................ 38

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

David Harris ............................................. 1989-90.............. 108 Rudy Woods ............................................ 1979-80................ 68 Rudy Woods ............................................ 1978-79................ 65 Winston Crite ........................................... 1984-85................ 65 Jimmie Gilbert . ........................................ 1982-83................ 63 Winston Crite ........................................... 1986-87................ 62 Winston Crite ........................................... 1985-86................ 45 Rudy Woods ............................................ 1981-82................ 45 DeAndre Jordan........................................ 2007-08................ 44 Jimmie Gilbert . ........................................ 1983-84................ 43

Free Throw Attempts (Conference) 1. Bennie Lenox . ..............(SWC) .................... 1963.............. 160 2. Mike Heitmann . ............(SWC) .................... 1970.............. 130 3. Carroll Broussard...........(SWC) ................... 1961.............. 125 4. Ronnie Peret . ...............(SWC) .................... 1969.............. 124 John Beasley ................(SWC) .................... 1966.............. 124 Big 12 Play: Bernard King.................................................. 2001.............. 114 Acie Law IV.................................................... 2007.............. 114

Free Throw Percentage (minimum 75 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Floyd ............................................... 1974-75............. .865 Willie Foreman . ....................................... 1977-78............. .855 Randy Knowles . ...................................... 1972-73............. .851 Kenny Brown ........................................... 1984-85............. .846 Bennie Lenox . ......................................... 1962-63............. .829 Paul Timmins ........................................... 1964-65............. .823 Mike Heitmann . ....................................... 1967-68............. .822 Josh Carter............................................... 2007-08............. .821 Willie Foreman . ....................................... 1976-77............. .816 John Beasley ........................................... 1965-66............. .815

FT Percentage (Conference) (minimum 50 attempts) 1. Claude Riley .................(SWC) .................... 1982............. .885 2. Willie Foreman...............(SWC) ................... 1977............. .868 3. Mike Heitmann . ............(SWC) .................... 1968............. .862 4. Bennie Lenox . ..............(SWC) .................... 1963............. .850 5. Wayne Lawrence ..........(SWC) .................... 1960............. .843 Big 12 Play: Josh Carter.................................................... 2008............. .842

Assists

David Edwards ........................................ 1993-94.............. 265 Tony Milton .............................................. 1989-90.............. 208 Darryl McDonald ...................................... 1987-88.............. 196 Kyle Kessel............................................... 1995-96.............. 183 David Edwards ........................................ 1992-93.............. 177 Acie Law IV............................................... 2006-07.............. 169 Brooks Thompson ................................... 1990-91.............. 165 Kyle Kessel............................................... 1994-95.............. 161 Todd Holloway ......................................... 1985-86.............. 161 David Edwards ........................................ 1991-92.............. 160

Assists (Conference)

1. David Edwards .............(SWC) .................... 1994.............. 132 2. Darryl McDonald ...........(SWC) .................... 1988.............. 119 3. Tony Milton ...................(SWC) .................... 1990.............. 115 4. David Edwards .............(SWC) .................... 1993................ 91 5. Kyle Kessel....................(SWC) .................... 1996................ 91 Big 12 Play: Bernard King.................................................. 2003................ 86

(Conference)

Blocked Shots

Blocked Shots

(Conference)

1. David Harris ..................(SWC) .................... 1990................ 59 2. Winston Crite ................(SWC) .................... 1985................ 40 3. Rudy Woods .................(SWC) .................... 1979................ 37 4. Winston Crite.................(SWC) .................... 1987................ 32 Rudy Woods .................(SWC) .................... 1980................ 32 Big 12 Play: DeAndre Jordan............................................. 2008................ 26

Games Played 1. 7.

Joseph Jones............................................ 2007-08................ 36 Dominique Kirk......................................... 2007-08................ 36 Josh Carter............................................... 2007-08................ 36 Bryan Davis.............................................. 2007-08................ 36 Donald Sloan............................................ 2007-08................ 36 Derrick Roland.......................................... 2007-08................ 36 11 players with 34

1. 5. 10.

Joseph Jones............................................ 2007-08................ 36 Dominique Kirk......................................... 2007-08................ 36 Josh Carter............................................... 2007-08................ 36 Donald Sloan............................................ 2007-08................ 36 Acie Law IV............................................... 2006-07................ 34 Joseph Jones............................................ 2006-07................ 34 Antanas Kavaliauskas.............................. 2006-07................ 34 Josh Carter............................................... 2006-07................ 34 Dominique Kirk......................................... 2006-07................ 34 Rynn Wright ............................................. 1979-80................ 33 Rudy Woods ............................................ 1979-80................ 33 Dave Goff.................................................. 1979-80................ 33 Vernon Smith ........................................... 1978-79................ 33 Rynn Wright ............................................. 1978-79................ 33 Rudy Woods ............................................ 1978-79................ 33

Games Started

121

Records

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Steals


Minutes Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Vernon Smith ........................................... 1978-79........... 1,172 Rynn Wright ............................................. 1979-80........... 1,156 Acie Law IV............................................... 2006-07........... 1,153 Don Marbury ............................................ 1985-86........... 1,152 Darryl McDonald ...................................... 1988-89........... 1,149 Todd Holloway.......................................... 1985-86........... 1,145 Dominique Kirk......................................... 2007-08........... 1,131 Claude Riley ............................................ 1981-82........... 1,128 Winston Crite ........................................... 1986-87........... 1,115 Tony Milton .............................................. 1989-90........... 1,113

Minutes Played 1 . 3. 4. 5.

(Conference)

Acie Law IV...................(Big 12)..................... 2006.............. 608 Tony Milton ...................(SWC) .................... 1990.............. 608 Winston Crite ................(SWC) .................... 1987.............. 606 Todd Holloway ..............(SWC) .................... 1987.............. 595 Donald Thompson ........(SWC) .................... 1988.............. 591

Individual Career Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Records

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernard King................................................ 1999-03...... 1,990 Vernon Smith .............................................. 1977-81...... 1,778 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2004-08...... 1,679 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07...... 1,669 John Beasley .............................................. 1963-66...... 1,594 Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87...... 1,576 Rynn Wright . .............................................. 1977-81...... 1,495 Claude Riley ............................................... 1979-83...... 1,383 Carroll Broussard ....................................... 1959-62...... 1,382 Bennie Lenox ............................................. 1961-64...... 1,344

Points

(Conference)

Bernard King...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03...... 1,123 John Beasley ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1964-66...... 1,007 Acie Law IV.............................(Big 12)......... 2006-07......... 925 Vernon Smith ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81......... 909 Carroll Broussard ...................(SWC) . ....... 1960-62......... 825

Scoring Average (minimum 50 games played)

John Beasley .............................................. 1963-66........ 21.8 Carroll Broussard ....................................... 1959-62........ 19.2 Don Marbury . ............................................. 1984-86........ 19.1 Joe Wilbert................................................... 1993-95........ 18.7 Bennie Lenox ............................................. 1961-64........ 18.4 Sonny Parker . ............................................ 1974-76........ 17.7 Bernard King................................................ 1999-03........ 17.6 Tony Milton ................................................. 1988-90........ 16.6 Donald Thompson ...................................... 1987-89........ 15.9 Randy Knowles .......................................... 1971-72........ 15.7

Scoring Average (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

John Beasley ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1964-66........ 23.9 Joe Wilbert...............................(SWC) . ....... 1994-95........ 20.5 Don Marbury . .........................(SWC) . ....... 1984-86........ 20.4 Carroll Broussard ...................(SWC) . ....... 1960-62........ 19.6 Bernard King .........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03........ 17.6

1. 2. 3. 5.

Vernon Smith .............................................. 1977-81......... 978 Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87......... 913 Claude Riley ............................................... 1979-84......... 870 Rynn Wright . .............................................. 1977-81......... 870 Rudy Woods ............................................... 1978-82......... 853

Rebounds

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Joseph Jones.............................................. 2004-08......... 843 Jimmie Gilbert ............................................ 1982-86......... 803 John Beasley .............................................. 1963-66......... 784 Jeff Overhouse ........................................... 1970-73......... 739 Ronnie Peret .............................................. 1966-69......... 735

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Vernon Smith ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81......... 496 Rynn Wright . ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81......... 475 John Beasley ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1964-66......... 472 Claude Riley ...........................(SWC) . ....... 1980-83......... 461 Winston Crite ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1984-87......... 453

Rebounds (Conference)

Rebound Average (minimum 50 games played) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

John Beasley .............................................. 1963-66........ 10.8 Ronnie Peret .............................................. 1966-69.......... 9.8 Jeff Overhouse ........................................... 1970-73.......... 9.5 Jerry Windham ........................................... 1960-63.......... 8.9 Steve Niles ................................................. 1968-71.......... 8.8 Randy Knowles .......................................... 1971-74.......... 8.8 Barry Davis ................................................. 1974-76.......... 8.7 George Mehaffey . ...................................... 1954-57.......... 8.5 Carroll Broussard ....................................... 1959-62.......... 8.3 Vernon Smith .............................................. 1977-81.......... 8.2

Rebound Average (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

John Beasley ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1964-66........ 11.2 Jeff Overhouse .......................(SWC) . ....... 1971-73........ 10.5 Ronnie Peret ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1967-69.......... 9.8 Randy Knowles ......................(SWC) . ....... 1972-74.......... 9.6 George Mehaffey . ..................(SWC) . ....... 1955-57.......... 8.5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Vernon Smith .............................................. 1977-81......... 796 Bernard King................................................ 1999-03......... 635 John Beasley .............................................. 1963-66......... 617 Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87......... 614 Rynn Wright . .............................................. 1977-81......... 612 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07......... 605 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2007-08......... 588 Claude Riley ............................................... 1979-82......... 555 Rudy Woods ............................................... 1978-82......... 536 Todd Holloway ............................................ 1983-87......... 499

Field Goals

122


Field Goals

Three-Point Field Goals

(Conference)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Vernon Smith ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81......... 398 John Beasley ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1964-66......... 392 Bernard King...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03......... 361 Acie Law IV.............................(Big 12)......... 2004-07......... 332 Rynn Wright . ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81......... 310

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Vernon Smith .............................................. 1977-81...... 1,700 Bernard King................................................ 1999-03...... 1,567 John Beasley .............................................. 1961-64...... 1,380 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07...... 1,298 Rynn Wright . .............................................. 1977-81...... 1,220 Claude Riley ............................................... 1979-83...... 1,165 Todd Holloway ............................................ 1983-87...... 1,150 Antoine Wright............................................. 2002-05...... 1,134 Randy Knowles .......................................... 1971-74...... 1,116 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2004-08...... 1,113

(Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bernard King...........................(Big 12)......... 2000-03......... 132 Josh Carter.............................(Big 12)......... 2006-08........... 98 Antoine Wright .......................(Big 12) . ...... 2003-05........... 94 Chuck Henderson . .................(SWC) . ....... 1991-94........... 92 Dominique Kirk.......................(Big 12)......... 2005-08........... 83

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernard King................................................ 1999-03......... 700 Josh Carter.................................................. 2005-08......... 522 Antoine Wright............................................. 2002-05......... 482 Dominique Kirk............................................ 2004-08......... 457 Chuck Henderson . ..................................... 1990-94......... 369 Jerald Brown................................................ 1996-00......... 361 David Edwards ........................................... 1991-94......... 353 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07......... 319 Brooks Thompson ...................................... 1989-91......... 269 Chris Clayton............................................... 1997-99......... 261 Lynn Suber ................................................. 1988-91......... 261

Field Goal Attempts

Field Goal Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Three-Point FG Attempts

(Conference)

Bernard King...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03......... 914 Vernon Smith ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1977-81......... 894 John Beasley ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1962-64......... 831 Acie Law IV.............................(Big 12)......... 2004-07......... 708 Randy Knowles ......................(SWC) . ....... 1972-74......... 660

Field Goal Percentage

Three-Point FG Attempts (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Three-Point FG Percentage

(minimum 400 attempts) Rudy Woods ............................................... 1978-82........ .584 Antanas Kavaliauskas................................. 2005-07........ .564 Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87........ .562 Damon Johnson ......................................... 1991-95........ .559 Donald Thompson ...................................... 1987-89........ .558 Joe Wilbert................................................... 1993-95........ .547 Jimmie Gilbert ............................................ 1982-86........ .542 Calvin Davis................................................. 1995-98........ .532 Don Marbury . ............................................. 1984-86........ .529 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2004-08........ .528

FG Percentage (Conference)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rudy Woods ...........................(SWC) . ....... 1979-82........ .622 Damon Johnson......................(SWC) . ....... 1991-95........ .562 Antanas Kavaliauskas............(Big 12)......... 2006-07........ .560 Don Marbury . .........................(SWC) . ....... 1985-86........ .553 Jimmie Gilbert ........................(SWC) . ....... 1983-86........ .545

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernard King................................................ 1999-03......... 232 Josh Carter.................................................. 2005-08......... 222 Antoine Wright............................................. 2002-05......... 181 Dominique Kirk............................................ 2004-07......... 175 Chuck Henderson . ..................................... 1990-94......... 149 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07......... 114 Jerald Brown................................................ 1996-00......... 113 David Edwards ........................................... 1991-94......... 106 Lynn Suber ................................................. 1988-91......... 101 Brooks Thompson ...................................... 1989-91......... 100

(minimum 100 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Three-Point FG Percentage

(minimum 250 attempts)

Three-Point Field Goals

Josh Carter.................................................. 2005-08........ .425 Kevin Turner................................................ 2002-04........ .416 Chuck Henderson . ..................................... 1990-94........ .404 Lynn Suber ................................................. 1988-91........ .387 Dominique Kirk............................................ 2004-08......... 382 Antoine Wright............................................. 2003-05........ .376 Larry Scott................................................... 1999-02........ .374 Brooks Thompson ...................................... 1989-91........ .372 Tracey Anderson......................................... 1995-97........ .369 Tony Milton ................................................. 1988-90........ .369

(Conference) (minimum 70 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Chuck Henderson . .................(SWC) . ....... 1991-94........ .436 Lynn Suber .............................(SWC) . ....... 1989-91........ .408 Josh Carter.............................(Big 12)......... 2006-08........ .405 Tracey Anderson....................(Big 12)......... 1996-97........ .397 Tony Milton .............................(SWC) . ....... 1989-90........ .368 Acie Law IV ...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2004-07........ .368

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernard King................................................ 1999-03......... 488 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2004-08......... 480 Bennie Lenox ............................................. 1961-64......... 404 Carroll Broussard ....................................... 1959-62......... 396 Mike Heitmann ........................................... 1967-70......... 377 John Beasley .............................................. 1963-66......... 360 Ronnie Peret .............................................. 1966-69......... 353 Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87......... 348 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07......... 345 David Edwards ........................................... 1991-94......... 340

Free Throws

123

Records

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernard King...........................(Big 12)......... 2000-03......... 390 Antoine Wright........................(Big 12)......... 2003-05......... 264 Josh Carter.............................(Big 12)......... 2005-08......... 242 Dominique Kirk....................... (Big12)......... 2005-08......... 237 Chuck Henderson . .................(SWC) . ....... 1991-94......... 211


Free Throws (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bernard King...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03......... 269 Joseph Jones ........................(Big 12) . ...... 2004-08......... 250 Bennie Lenox .........................(SWC) . ....... 1962-64......... 246 Carroll Broussard ...................(SWC) . ....... 1960-62......... 241 John Beasley ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1964-66......... 223

Free Throw Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernard King................................................ 1999-03......... 680 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2003-08......... 678 Ronnie Peret .............................................. 1966-69......... 532 Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87......... 518 Carroll Broussard ....................................... 1959-62......... 508 Bennie Lenox ............................................. 1962-64......... 505 Mike Heitmann ........................................... 1967-70......... 500 Jimmie Gilbert ............................................ 1982-86......... 470 David Edwards ........................................... 1991-94......... 468 Shanne Jones ............................................ 1996-99......... 465

Free Throw Attempts (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 5.

Bernard King...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03......... 368 Joseph Jones ........................(Big 12) . ...... 2005-07......... 351 Carroll Broussard ...................(SWC) . ....... 1960-62......... 306 Bennie Lenox .........................(SWC) . ....... 1962-64......... 306 Ronnie Peret ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1967-69......... 297

Free Throw Percentage (minimum 200 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Floyd .................................................. 1972-75........ .846 Neil Swisher ............................................... 1956-59........ .817 Randy Knowles .......................................... 1971-74........ .801 Bennie Lenox ............................................. 1961-64........ .800 John Beasley .............................................. 1963-66........ .791 Carroll Broussard ....................................... 1959-62........ .780 Josh Carter.................................................. 2005-08........ .776 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07........ .760 Claude Riley ............................................... 1979-83........ .756 Mike Heitmann ........................................... 1967-70........ .754

Free Throw Percentage

Assists (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bernard King...........................(Big 12)......... 2000-03......... 297 David Edwards .......................(SWC) . ....... 1992-94......... 294 Dave Goff ...............................(SWC) . ....... 1976-80......... 285 Acie Law IV.............................(Big 12)......... 2004-07......... 275 Todd Holloway ........................(SWC) . ....... 1984-87......... 270

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

David Edwards ........................................... 1991-94......... 228 Todd Holloway ............................................ 1983-87......... 208 Dave Goff ................................................... 1976-80......... 198 Darryl McDonald . ....................................... 1986-88......... 173 Reggie Roberts .......................................... 1980-83......... 160 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07......... 156 Bernard King................................................ 1999-03......... 152 Freddie Ricks ............................................. 1987-91......... 137 Rudy Woods ............................................... 1978-82......... 129 Dominique Kirk ........................................... 2004-08......... 127

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Todd Holloway ........................(SWC) . ....... 1984-87......... 116 Dave Goff ...............................(SWC) . ....... 1977-80........... 97 David Edwards .......................(SWC) . ....... 1992-94........... 94 Bernard King...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03........... 91 Darryl McDonald . ...................(SWC) . ....... 1988-89........... 85

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87......... 200 Rudy Woods ............................................... 1978-82......... 192 Jimmie Gilbert ............................................ 1982-86......... 145 Calvin Davis................................................. 1995-98......... 110 David Harris . .............................................. 1989-90......... 108 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2004-08........... 96 Rynn Wright . .............................................. 1977-81........... 89 Nick Anderson............................................. 2000-04........... 71 Shedrick Anderson...................................... 1990-92........... 60 Claude Riley ............................................... 1979-83........... 54

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Winston Crite ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1984-87......... 117 Rudy Woods ...........................(SWC) . ....... 1979-82........... 72 David Harris . ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1989-90........... 59 Rynn Wright . ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81........... 51 Calvin Davis............................(Big 12)......... 1995-98........... 47

1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Dominique Kirk............................................ 2004-08......... 132 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2004-08......... 131 Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87......... 123 Jimmie Gilbert ............................................ 1982-86......... 123 Dave Goff ................................................... 1976-80......... 122 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07......... 122 Claude Riley ............................................... 1979-83......... 121 Rynn Wright . .............................................. 1977-81......... 120 Vernon Smith .............................................. 1977-81......... 119 Todd Holloway ............................................ 1983-87......... 119

Records

1. Bennie Lenox .........................(SWC).......... 1962-64........ .804 2. John Beasley ..........................(SWC).......... 1963-66........ .799 3. Randy Knowles ......................(SWC).......... 1972-74........ .794 4. Carroll Broussard ...................(SWC).......... 1960-62........ .788 5. Claude Riley ...........................(SWC).......... 1980-83........ .784 Big 12 Play: Josh Carter.................................................... 2005-08......... 783

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Assists

David Edwards ........................................... 1991-94......... 602 Bernard King................................................ 1999-03......... 550 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07......... 545 Dave Goff ................................................... 1976-80......... 535 Todd Holloway ............................................ 1983-87......... 491 Dominique Kirk............................................ 2005-08......... 382 Tony Milton ................................................. 1988-90......... 368 Freddie Ricks ............................................. 1987-91......... 346 Kyle Kessel.................................................. 1994-96......... 344 Darryl McDonald . ....................................... 1986-88......... 295

1.

Vernon Smith ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81........... 64 Rynn Wright . ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81........... 64 Dave Goff ...............................(SWC) . ....... 1977-80........... 64 Claude Riley ...........................(SWC) . ....... 1980-83........... 64 Jimmie Gilbert ........................(SWC) . ....... 1983-86........... 64 Winston Crite ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1984-87........... 64 Bernard King...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03........... 64 Acie Law IV.............................(Big 12)......... 2003-07........... 64 Dominique Kirk.......................(Big 12)......... 2004-08........... 64 Joseph Jones.........................(Big 12)......... 2004-08........... 64

Steals

(Conference)

Blocked Shots

Blocked Shots

(Conference) (minimum 100 attempts)

Steals

Games Played

Games Played

124

(Conference)

(Conference)


Games Started

Minutes Played

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Dominique Kirk............................................ 2004-08......... 132 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2004-08......... 131 Jimmie Gilbert ............................................ 1982-86......... 120 Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87......... 118 Vernon Smith .............................................. 1977-81......... 116 Dave Goff ................................................... 1976-80......... 116 Todd Holloway ............................................ 1983-87......... 112 Rynn Wright . .............................................. 1977-81......... 109 Rudy Woods ............................................... 1978-83......... 108 Bernard King................................................ 1999-03......... 108

1. 4. 5.

Winston Crite ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1984-87........... 64 Dominique Kirk.......................(Big 12)......... 2005-08........... 64 Joseph Jones.........................(Big 12)......... 2005-08........... 64 Jimmie Gilbert ........................(SWC) . ....... 1983-86........... 62 Vernon Smith ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81........... 61 Rynn Wright . ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81........... 61 Bernard King...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03........... 61

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Games Started (Conference)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Todd Holloway ............................................ 1983-87...... 4,071 Winston Crite .............................................. 1983-87...... 4,049 Vernon Smith .............................................. 1977-81...... 3,956 Dominique Kirk............................................ 2004-08...... 3,816 Acie Law IV.................................................. 2003-07...... 3,760 Bernard King................................................ 1999-03...... 3,754 Jimmie Gilbert ............................................ 1982-86...... 3,692 Rynn Wright . .............................................. 1977-81...... 3,689 Joseph Jones.............................................. 2004-08...... 3,507 Tony McGinnis............................................. 1991-95...... 3,432

Minutes Played

(Conference)

Todd Holloway ........................(SWC) . ....... 1984-87...... 2,199 Winston Crite ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1984-87...... 2,192 Bernard King...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2000-03...... 2,122 Vernon Smith ..........................(SWC) . ....... 1978-81...... 2,096 Acie Law IV ...........................(Big 12) . ...... 2004-07...... 2,073

Individual Game By Class Points

Field Goal Pct.

Freshman ......................................... 34 Bernard King vs. Colorado

2 / 12 / 00

Sophomore . .................................... 35 Joseph Jones vs. North Texas

12 / 6 / 05

Junior .............................................. 43 John Beasley vs. Baylor Bennie Lenox vs. Texas

2 / 13 / 65 2 / 19 / 63

Senior .............................................. 53 Bennie Lenox vs. Wyoming

12 / 28 / 63

Freshman .........................909 

3-Pt. Field Goals

10-11

Freshman ........................................   8

Damon Johnson vs. ............................... 12 / 28 / 91    SW Texas State

Jerald Brown vs. Nebraska....................... 1 / 11 / 97

Sophomore . ..................1.000 

Bernard King vs. Lamar........................... 12 / 5 / 00 Josh Carter, three times in 2006-07

13-13

Vernon Smith vs. . ...................................11 / 24 / 78    Alaska-Anchorage

Junior ...........................1.000

  8-8

Joseph Jones vs. Grambling State......... 12 / 28 / 06

Senior ..............................900  

9-10

Sophomore . ....................................   8 Junior .............................................   7 Chris Clayton vs. Maryland-E.S.............. 12 / 21 / 97 Lynn Suber vs. Connecticut ....................11 / 24 / 89 Antoine Wright vs. Texas Tech.................. 2 / 26 / 05

Senior ..............................................   6

Rebounds

Tony Milton vs. Holy Cross...................... 12 / 20 / 89

Rudy Woods vs. SMU ............................ 1 / 13 / 79 Rynn Wright vs. Texas ......................... 1 / 23 / 78 Rynn Wright vs. Rice ................... 2 / 21 / 78

Freshman ........................................ 15

3-Pt. FG Attempts

Freddie Ricks vs. S.F. Austin ................. 12 /   4 / 87

Freshman ........................................ 15

Freshman ........................................ 17

Sophomore . .................................... 23 Cedric Joseph vs. .................................. 12 /   4 / 72    Angelo State.....................................................

Junior ............................................. 21 Steve Niles vs. Furman

.................... 12 / 29 / 69

Senior ............................................. 20 Jeff Overhouse vs. Texas Tech................. 2 / 24 / 73

Field Goals

Freshman ........................................ 14

Free Throws Sophomore . ..................................... 16

Sophomore . .................................... 13

Junior ............................................. 19

Junior ............................................. 13

Carroll Broussard vs. Texas ..................... 1 / 16 / 61

Senior ............................................. 18 Mike Heitmann vs. Louisiana Tech............ 1 / 24 / 70

Freshman ....................................... 15

Sophomore . .................................... 13

Damon Johnson vs. Texas ....................... 2 / 10 / 93

Senior ............................................. 19 Bennie Lenox vs. Wyoming..................... 12 / 28 / 63

Field Goal Attempts Freshman ........................................ 24

Sophomore . .................................... 21 Junior ............................................. 22 Carroll Broussard vs. Texas ..................... 1 / 16 / 61

Senior ............................................. 22 Mike Heitmann vs. ................................... 1 / 24 / 70    Louisiana Tech ................................................

Senior ............................................. 13

3-Pt. FG Pct. Freshman .......................  1.000   5-5 Josh Carter vs. Grambling ..................... 12 / 10 / 05

Sophomore . .....................  .800   8-10

Josh Carter vs. Idaho State ....................11 / 25 / 06

Junior ..............................  .875   7-8 Lynn Suber vs. Connecticut ....................11 / 24 / 89 Antoine Wright vs. Texas Tech.................. 2 / 26 / 05

Senior ...............................  .833   5-6 Dominique Kirk vs. Kansas State . ........... 3 / 14 / 08

FT Percentage

Vernon Smith vs. . .................................. 12 /  1 / 77    SW Louisiana

Freshman ......................1.000 

Sophomore . .................................... 27

Sophomore . ...................1.000 

15-15

Freddie Ricks vs. S.F. Austin ................. 12 /   4 / 87

16-16

George Mehaffey vs. Houston.................. 1 / 15 / 55

Mike Floyd vs. Houston . .......................... 1 /  5 / 73

Junior ............................................. 30

Junior .........................1.000   17-17

Vernon Smith vs. . .................................. 12 /  6 / 79    Texas Lutheran................................................. Randy Knowles vs. Arkansas . ................. 2 /   1 / 79

Senior ..........................1.000   11-11

Senior ............................................. 36

Lynn Suber vs. Long Island . .................. 12 / 17 / 89 Derrick Hart vs. Wisconsin-GB................ 12 /   1 / 95

Bennie Lenox vs. Arkansas . .................... 2 / 16 / 63 Paul Crawford vs. Arkansas ..................... 1 / 16 / 88 Antoine Wright vs. Colorado..................... 2 / 19 / 05

Bennie Lenox vs. Wyoming..................... 12 / 28 / 63 John Beasley vs. Arkansas....................... 3 /  3 / 66

125

Assists Freshman ........................................ 14 Dave Goff vs. Texas.................................. 1 / 10 / 77

Sophomore . .................................... 15 Kyle Kessel vs. TCU ............................... 1 / 31 / 81

Junior ............................................. 14 Clifton Cook vs. Centenary......................11 / 23 / 98 David Edwards vs. TCU ........................... 2 / 20 / 93

Senior .............................................. 15 Tony Milton vs. Marshall......................... 12 /   7 / 89 David Edwards vs. TCU ........................... 1 / 25 / 94 Acie Law IV vs. Texas............................... 2 / 5 / 07

Records

Randy Knowles vs. Arkansas.................... 2 / 10 / 73

Josh Carter vs. Grambling State ............ 12 / 28 / 06

Chris Clayton vs. 2 opponents .................... 1998-99

FT Attempts Freddie Ricks vs. S.F. Austin ................. 12 /   4 / 87

Junior ............................................. 20

Bernard King vs. Lamar.......................... 12 / 18 / 99

Mike Floyd vs. Houston............................. 1 /  5 / 73 Joseph Jones vs. North Texas.................. 12 / 6 / 05

Vernon Smith vs. . .................................. 21 /   1 / 77    SW Louisiana Joseph Jones vs. Baylor........................... 1 / 28 / 06

Chris Clayton vs. Nebraska...................... 2 / 27 / 99


Steals

Blocked Shots

Freshman ........................................   8

Freshman ........................................   6

Michael Schmidt vs. S.F. Austin ........... 11 /   22 / 97

Sophomore . .....................................   9 David Edwards vs. Prairie View A&M.......11 / 25 / 91

Junior .............................................   9 Darryl McDonald vs. Lehigh ................... 12 / 29 / 86

Senior .............................................   9 Darryl McDonald vs. SMU . ...................... 1 /   6 / 88

Calvin Davis vs. TCU................................ 1 / 31 / 96 DeAndre Jordan vs. Baylor.......................... 3 / 5/ 08

Sophomore . .....................................   6 Winston Crite vs. TCU ............................. 1 / 16 / 85 Calvin Davis vs. Illinois-Chicago............. 12 /   1 / 96

Junior .............................................   9 David Harris vs. Baylor ............................ 1 /   3 / 90

Senior .............................................   5 Winston Crite vs. Texas............................ 1 / 13 / 87

Individual Season By Class Points Freshman .........................................474

Bernard King...............................................1999-00

Sophomore ......................................540

Bernard King...............................................2000-01

Junior ..............................................619

Sophomore ......................................505

Senior ................................................67

Junior ..............................................557

3-Pt. FG Attempts

Senior ..............................................552

Freshman .........................................228

Vernon Smith..............................................1978-79

John Beasley..............................................1965-66

John Beasley.............................................1964-65

Senior ..............................................697

Don Marbury...............................................1985-86

Scoring Average Freshman ........................................16.9

Bernard King...............................................1999-00

Sophomore .....................................18.0

Bernard King...............................................2000-01

Field Goal Pct. Freshman .......................................  .622

Rudy Woods.............................................. 1978-79

Sophomore ....................................  .588

Rudy Woods...............................................1979-80

Free Throws

Senior .............................................27.8 John Beasley..............................................1965-66

Rebounds Freshman .........................................286

Rudy Woods...............................................1978-79

Sophomore ......................................269

Vernon Smith..............................................1978-79

Junior ..............................................317

Rebounding Average

Rudy Woods...............................................1978-79

Sophomore ....................................   9.5

John Beasley..............................................1963-64

Junior .............................................11.1

Ronnie Peret...............................................1967-68 John Beasley..............................................1965-66

Joseph Jones.............................................2004-05 Joseph Jones.............................................2005-06

John Beasley..............................................1965-66

FT Attempts

Vernon Smith..............................................1978-79

Junior ..............................................250

Don Marbury...............................................1985-86

Joseph Jones.............................................2004-05

Josh Carter.................................................2006-07 Antoine Wright............................................2004-05 Tracey Anderson.........................................1996-97

Assists Freshman .........................................161

Kyle Kessel.................................................1994-95_

Sophomore ......................................183

Joseph Jones.............................................2005-06

Junior ..............................................231

Kyle Kessel.................................................1995-96

Mike Heitmann............................................1969-70

FT Percentage Freshman .......................................  .782 Claude Riley...............................................1979-80

Sophomore ....................................  .855 Dario Quesada...........................................1995-96

Junior ............................................  .851

Blocked Shots

Junior ................................................79

Josh Carter.................................................2006-07 Josh Carter.................................................2007-08

126

Darryl McDonald........................................ 1987-88

Freshman ...........................................65

Freshman ...........................................79 Sophomore ........................................86

Darryl McDonald.........................................1986-87

Senior ................................................90

Field Goal Attempts

David Edwards...........................................1991-92

Junior ................................................83

3-Pt. Field Goals Bernard King...............................................1999-00

Todd Holloway............................................1983-84

Sophomore ........................................79

Randy Knowles...........................................1972-73 Mike Floyd..................................................1974-75

David Edwards...........................................1993-94

Freshman ...........................................56

Senior ............................................  .865

David Edwards...........................................1992-93

Steals

Bennie Lenox..............................................1962-63

Senior ..............................................224

Freshman .........................................410 Bernard King...............................................1999-00

Senior ..............................................265

Josh Carter.................................................2005-06

Sophomore ....................................  .500

Sophomore ......................................200

John Beasley..............................................1964-65

Senior ..............................................285

Junior ..............................................177

3-Pt. FG Pct.

Freshman .........................................174

Field Goals Rudy Woods...............................................1978-79

Chris Clayton..............................................1998-99

Freshman .......................................  .401_

Bennie Lenox..............................................1962-63

Senior ..............................................176

Freshman .........................................199 Sophomore ......................................242

Junior .............................................  190

Josh Carter.................................................2007-08

Senior ..............................................168

Senior ............................................  .427

Senior .............................................11.9

Sophomore ......................................147

Claude Riley...............................................1982-83

Freshman .......................................   8.7

Bernard King...............................................2000-01

Junior ............................................  .447

Claude Riley...............................................1981-82

Freshman ......................................   109

Senior ..............................................286

Records

Jimmie Gilbert.............................................1985-86

Bernard King...............................................1999-00

Junior ..............................................208

Garry Nottingham.......................................1995-96

Senior ............................................  .597

John Beasley..............................................1964-65

Chuck Henderson.......................................1993-94

Sophomore ......................................196

Junior ............................................  .612

Junior .............................................25.8

John Beasley..............................................1964-65

Rudy Woods...............................................1978-79

Sophomore ........................................68 Rudy Woods.............................................. 1979-80

Junior ..............................................108

David Harris................................................1989-90

Senior ................................................62

Winston Crite..............................................1986-87


Team Game (incomplete before 1971)

100-Point Games (52) Opponent

1964-65

Rice.......................................................104-  93 TCU.......................................................102-  95

Score

1967-68

Trinity....................................................106-  95 Texas..................................................... 117-105

1968-69

Louisiana Tech......................................102-  83 SMU...................................................... 119-  98

1969-70

Midwestern............................................109-  80

1971-72

Baylor.................................... OT...........101-  95

1972-73

Wayland Baptist....................................100-  60 Ole Miss................................................100-  83 Wichita State.........................................102-  86 Arkansas...............................................108-  82

1973-74

Southwestern........................................100-  87

1974-75

Sam Houston........................................101-  71 SMU......................................................102-  77 SMU......................................................100-  77

1975-76

Wayland Baptist.................................... 115-  64 SWTSU.................................................107-  74 Houston Baptist.....................................127-  80 Sam Houston........................................105-  74 TCU....................................................... 111-  70

1976-77

Sam Houston........................................100-  83

1977-78

Stamford...............................................106-  91

1978-79

Anchorage.............................................100-  70 Sam Houston........................................107-  74 Prairie View A&M.................................. 113-  63 Nevada-Las Vegas................................101-  99 Vermont.................................................104-  76

1979-80

Texas Lutheran.....................................105-  65

1980-81

Texas.....................................................108-  79

1981-82

St. Edwards...........................................104-  75

1984-85

Baylor....................................................102-  78

1988-89

Stephen F. Austin.................................. 117-  88 Texas.....................................................106-  89

1989-90

Fla. International................................... 114-  90 Texas Tech............................................101-  85 Arkansas............................................... 100-114 Rice.......................................................103-  95

1990-91

Sam Houston State...............................103-  87 Centenary.............................................103-  82

1993-94

Montana State...................... 2OT..........102-  95

1997-98

Missouri-Kansas City............................102-  61 Maryland-Eastern Shore.......................105-  60

2000-01

Virginia Commonwealth....... 2OT.......... 106-107

2002-03

Louisiana-Monroe................................. 107- 66

2003-04

Alabama A&M....................................... 100- 65 Grambling............................ 2OT.......... 130-101

2005-06

Grambling............................................. 101- 71

2006-07

Grambling............................................. 101- 27 Texas..................................................... 100- 82

2007-08

Texas State............................................. 109-73 Baylor.....................................................110-116

Most Points–One Half 1. vs. Houston Baptist............................ 12 /   6 / 75................ 72 2. vs. Stephen F. Austin..........................11 / 28 / 88................ 70

vs. St. Edward’s . ...............................11 / 30 / 81................ 65 vs. Texas.............................................. 2 / 21 / 81................ 65 vs. Prairie View A&M ........................ 12 / 12 / 78................ 65 vs. TCU................................................ 2 / 19 / 76................ 65 vs. Grambling State........................... 12 / 28 / 06................ 65 vs. Long Island.................................. 12 / 16 / 89................ 61 vs. UNLV............................................ 12 / 15 / 78................ 61 vs. Sam Houston State...................... 12 /   6 / 78................ 60 vs. Southwest Texas . ....................... 12 /   3 / 75................ 60 vs. Mississippi .................................. 12 / 30 / 72................ 60 vs. Penn State................................... 12 / 30 / 72................ 60 vs. A&M-Kingsville..............................11 / 26 / 01................ 60 vs. Louisiana-Monroe........................ 12 / 22 / 02................ 60 vs. Baylor............................................. 2 / 24 / 07................ 60

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

vs. Oklahoma....................................3 / 1 / 08..........10 vs. Santa Clara.............................. 12 / 29 / 99..........11 vs. Northwestern............................ 12 / 18 / 93..........11 vs. Eastern Montana...................... 12 / 30 / 80..........12 vs. Princeton...................................12 / 27 / 96..........13 vs. Kansas State...............................2 / 12 / 02..........13 vs. Texas Tech..................................2 / 23 / 02..........14 vs. SMU   . .......................................2 / 11 / 92..........15 vs. Baylor......................................   1 /   9 / 82..........15 vs. Washington .............................   3 /   8 / 51..........15

1. 4.

vs. Grambling State............................ 12 / 28/ 06................ 65 vs. Long Island ................................. 12 / 16 / 89................ 61 vs. UNLV............................................ 12 / 15 / 78................ 61 vs. Sam Houston State . ................... 12 /   6 / 78................ 60 vs. Louisiana-Monroe........................ 12 / 22 / 02................ 60

1. 2. 3. 7.

vs. Houston Baptist .......................... 12 /   6 / 76................ 72 vs. Stephen F. Austin......................... 11 / 28 / 88................ 70 vs. St. Edward’s................................. 11 / 30 / 81................ 65 vs. Texas...........................................   2 / 21 / 81................ 65 vs. Prairie View A&M ........................ 12 / 12 / 78................ 65 vs. TCU ............................................   2 / 19 / 76................ 65 vs. Sam Houston State . ................... 12 /   6 / 78................ 60 vs. Mississippi................................... 12 / 30 / 72................ 60 vs. Penn State.................................. 12 / 30 / 72................ 60 vs. A&M-Kingsville..............................11 / 26 / 01................ 60 vs. Baylor............................................. 2 / 24 / 07................ 60

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 10.

vs. North Carolina.............................   3 /   9 / 80..............  25 vs. Va. Commonwealth...................   12 /   2 / 00..............  22 vs. Baylor . ........................................   2 / 22 / 72................ 16 vs. Detroit-Mercy.............................. 12 / 30 / 00................ 15 vs. TCU.............................................   1 / 16 / 85................ 14 vs. Nebraska......................................   3 /  4 / 00................ 13 vs. UNLV...........................................   1 / 19 / 93................ 13 vs. Hawaii......................................... 12 / 29 / 87................ 13 vs. Grambling..................................... 12 / 21 /03................ 13 vs. Missouri-Kansas City................... 12 / 20 / 96................ 12 vs. Baylor..........................................   3 /   1 / 94................ 12 vs. Arkansas .....................................   1 / 17 / 79................ 12 vs. Texas...........................................   1 / 23 / 78................ 12 vs. Arkansas .....................................  2 /   5 / 74................ 12 vs. Virginia Tech...............................   1 /   8 / 72................ 12 vs. Prairie View A&M.......................... 12 / 7 / 02................ 12 vs. Baylor.............................................. 1 /23 / 08................ 12

Fewest Points–One Half 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

Most Points–First Half

Most Points–Second Half

Most Points–Overtime

127

Records

Year

3. 8. 10.


Fewest Points– Overtime 1. 3. 5.

vs. Eastern Montana ........................ 12 / 30 / 80.................. 0 vs. North Carolina . ...........................  3 /   9 / 80.................. 0 vs. TCU ............................................   2 / 22 / 84.................. 2 vs. Texas...........................................   1 / 26 / 81.................. 2 vs. SMU ............................................   1 / 27 / 93.................. 3

1. 2. 4. 5. 8.

vs. Arkansas.....................................   2 / 10 / 73................ 49 vs. Houston Baptist........................... 12 /   6 / 75................ 48 vs. Texas ..........................................   2 / 10 / 68................ 48 vs. Southwestern ................................ 1 /   8 / 74................ 47 vs. Fla. International......................... 12 / 21 / 89................ 46 vs. SMU............................................   2 /  4 / 75................ 46 vs. SMU............................................   2 / 28 / 69................ 46 vs. Southwest Texas......................... 12 /   3 / 75................ 45

Field Goals

Field Goal Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

vs. Houston Baptist .......................... 12 /   6 / 75.............. 104 vs. Sam Houston State..................... 12 /   6 / 77................ 99 vs. Houston Baptist ..........................  1 /   3 / 76................ 98 vs. Texas Lutheran ........................... 12 /   6 / 79................ 97 vs. Houston.......................................   1 /   4 / 75................ 95 vs. Baylor.............................................. 1 /23 / 08................ 94 vs. Arkansas.....................................   2 /  5 / 74................ 92 vs. Louisville..................................... 12 / 27 / 75................ 91 vs. TCU.............................................   1 / 19 / 74................ 90 vs. Southwest Texas . ....................... 12 /  3 / 75................ 90 vs. Wayland Baptist.......................... 12 /   1 / 75................ 90

Highest FG Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

vs. Stephen F. Austin ........... 11 / 28 / 88............727......48-66 vs. Texas..............................   1 / 13 / 87............692 .....27-39 vs. Davidson ........................ 12 / 13 / 80............681 .....32-47 vs. Texas State..................... 12 / 8 / 07............672......41-61 vs. Louisiana-Monroe........... 12 / 27 / 02............649......37-57 vs. Houston .........................  2 / 22 / 80............647..... 33-51 vs. TCU ...............................  3 /   6 / 87............645..... 31-48 vs. Texas Tech.....................   1 / 31 / 83............643 .....36-56 vs. Oakland.............................. 2/ 1 / 04............640......32-50 vs. Baylor................................. 3 / 5 / 05............634......26-41

Records

Lowest Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 10.

vs. Northwestern ................. 12 / 18 / 93............236 .....17-72 vs. Kansas State...................12 /   3 / 60............246......17-69 vs. Oklahoma.......................... 3 / 1 / 08............255......13-52 vs. SMU...............................   1 / 12 / 91............262..... 17-65 vs. Washington ....................  3 /   8 / 51............262..... 17-65 vs. Kansas.............................. 2 / 26 / 03............262......17-65 vs. Houston .........................  2 / 18 / 87............267..... 16-60 vs. SMU ...............................   2 / 11 / 92............286..... 16-56 vs. Kansas State...................  1 /   6 / 01............286..... 14-49 vs. Birmingham Southern...   11 / 26 / 00............289..... 13-45

1. 4.

vs. Baylor............................................. 2 /  2 / 00................ 13 vs. Southern.......................................11 / 20 / 05................ 13 vs. Texas.............................................. 2 / 28 / 07................ 13 vs. Colorado........................................ 3 / 10 / 06................ 12 vs. Texas Tech..................................... 2/ 26 / 05................ 12 vs. Lamar........................................... 12 / 18 / 99................ 12 vs. Nebraska........................................ 2 / 27 / 99................ 12 vs. Rice . ...........................................   2 / 24 / 90................ 12 vs. Tennessee..................................... 12 / 4 / 02................ 12 vs. Colorado........................................ 2 / 15 / 03................ 12 vs. Grambling.................................... 12 / 28 / 06................ 12 vs. Idaho State....................................11 / 25 / 06................ 12 vs. Texas Tech..................................... 2 / 27 / 08................ 12

Three-Point Field Goals

Three-Point FG Attempts 1. 2. 6.

vs. Wisconsin-GB.............................. 12 /   1 / 95................ 33 vs. Lamar........................................... 12 / 18 / 99................ 29 vs. Nebraska........................................ 2 / 27 / 99................ 29 vs. Colorado........................................ 2 / 15 / 03................ 29 vs. Texas Tech..................................... 2 / 27 / 08................ 29 vs. Kansas State.................................. 3 / 10 / 05................ 28 vs. Baylor............................................. 2 /   2 / 00................ 28 vs. Colorado State ............................ 12 / 10 / 97................ 28 vs. Baylor............................................. 1 / 10 / 96................ 28 vs. Kansas........................................... 1 / 17 / 04................ 28 vs.Grambling State............................ 12 / 28 / 06................ 28

Three-Point FG Percentage (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9. 10.

vs. Baylor.........................   1 / 30 / 93.......... .800...........4 -   5 vs. South Alabama........... 12 / 28 / 90.......... .800 . ........4 -   5 vs. Texas Tech....................1 / 11 / 95.......... .778...........7 -   9 vs. Idaho State..................11 / 25 / 06.......... .750..........12- 16 vs. Oklahoma.......................2 / 1 / 06.......... .667..........10- 15 vs. Texas.............................2 / 18 / 98.......... .667...........6 -   9 vs. Texas..........................   1 / 13 / 87.......... .667 . ........4 -   6 vs. Connecticut ................11 / 24 / 89.......... .647 . ...... 11 - 17 vs. Baylor............................3 / 05 / 05.......... .643...........9 - 14 vs. Texas Southern ..........  2 / 13 / 92.......... .625.......... 5 -   8 vs. Louisville.......................3 / 17 / 06.......... .625...........5 - 8

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9.

vs. Pepperdine.................................. 12 / 22 / 54................ 46 vs. Arkansas.....................................   2 / 22 / 58................ 40 vs. Baylor............................................. 1 / 23 / 08................ 36 vs. Arkansas .....................................  3 /   1 / 86................ 35 vs. Baylor............................................. 2 / 24 / 07................ 35 vs. Houston........................................ 12 / 29 / 05................ 34 vs. Montana State............................. 12 /   6 / 93................ 34 vs. Trinity .......................................... 12 /   4 / 67................ 34 vs. Tulane...........................................11 / 26 / 05................ 33 vs. Marquette....................................   1 /   9 / 85................ 33 vs. Prairie View A&M........................ 12 / 12 / 78................ 33 vs. Sam Houston State . ...................   1 / 16 / 75................ 33 vs. Oral Roberts ............................... 12 / 23 / 72................ 33 vs. Texas ..........................................   2 / 10 / 70................ 33

Free Throws

Free Throw Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 9.

vs. Pepperdine................................ 12 / 22 / 54.................. 67 vs. Baylor........................................... 1 / 23 / 08.................. 59 vs. Montana State ..........................12 /   6 / 93.................. 52 vs. North Carolina..............................3 /   9 / 80.................. 48 vs. Houston...................................... 12 / 29 / 05.................. 47 vs. Texas Tech ................................  3 /   7 / 87.................. 47 vs. Marquette . ................................  1 /   9 / 85.................. 47 vs. SMU..........................................   2 / 28 / 69.................. 47 vs. Tulane........................................ 11 / 26 / 05.................. 46 vs. Holy Cross................................. 12 / 30 / 94.................. 46 vs. Prairie View A&M ...................... 12 / 12 / 78.................. 46 vs. Oral Roberts.............................. 12 / 23 / 72.................. 46 vs. Arkansas...................................   2 / 22 / 58.................. 46

Highest Free Throw Percentage (minimum 14 attempts)

128

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

vs. Oklahoma State .......12 / 30 / 88......... 1.000.............15-15 vs. Long Island...................1 / 6 / 04........... .958.............23-24 vs. Texas Tech..................2 / 10 / 96........... .947.............18-19 vs. Rice . ..........................1 / 12 / 93........... .941.............16-17 vs. Houston .................... 1 /   6 / 73........... .939............ 31-33 vs. Arkansas.................... 1 / 24 / 76........... .937............ 15-16 vs. Nebraska.....................1 / 15 / 03........... .929.............13-14


Steals

8. vs. Texas Tech .................1 / 18 / 77........... .909............ 20-22 9. vs. Texas Tech ................ 2 /   7 / 81........... .905............ 19-21 vs. Texas Lutheran ....... 12 /   6 / 79........... .905............ 19-21

Lowest Free Throw Percentage (minimum 13 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

vs. Arkansas.................... 2 / 23 / 91........... .200 .............. 3-15 vs. Clemson....................12 / 22 / 96........... .333............... 5-15 vs. Texas...........................2 / 18 / 98........... .357.............10-28 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff....12 / 16 / 07........... .375...............6-16 vs. Baylor......................... 1 /   7 / 98 ......... .381...............8-21 vs. Virginia Tech ............12 / 20 / 80........... .385...............5-13 vs. Oklahoma State...........3 / 8 / 03........... .385...............5-13 vs. Maryland-E.S. ..........12 / 21 / 97........... .406.............13-32 vs. New Mexico .............12 / 10 / 91........... .407............ 11-27 vs. Auburn .....................12 / 17 / 90........... .428...............6-14

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

vs. Wayland Baptist ........................ 11 / 28 / 72.................. 76 vs. Trinity .......................................... 1 / 13 / 71.................. 74 vs. TCU ............................................ 1 / 19 / 74.................. 70 vs. Texas Tech .................................. 2 / 27 / 68.................. 69 vs. Houston Baptist ........................ 11 / 30 / 73.................. 68 vs. UNLV ........................................ 12 / 15 / 78.................. 66 vs. SMU ............................................ 1 / 15 / 72.................. 66 vs. Houston Baptist ........................12 /   6 / 75.................. 65 vs. TCU ............................................2 /   3 / 73.................. 65 vs. SMU ............................................3 /   4 / 75.................. 64 vs. Baylor . ........................................ 2 / 27 / 71.................. 64 vs. Arkansas .....................................2 /   6 / 71.................. 64 vs. Baylor........................................... 1 / 23 / 08.................. 64

1. 3. 6. 10.

vs. Missouri - Kansas City............... 11 / 24 / 97.................. 34 vs. TCU.............................................. 2 / 26 / 96.................. 34 vs. Houston ...................................... 2 / 22 / 86.................. 32 vs. Vermont ....................................12 /   8 / 79.................. 32 vs. TCU ............................................ 2 / 19 / 76.................. 32 vs. Maryland-E.S. ........................... 12 / 21 / 97.................. 31 vs. Centenary ................................... 1 / 14 / 91.................. 31 vs. Arkansas ..................................... 1 / 29 / 86.................. 31 vs. TCU ............................................ 2 / 23 / 82.................. 31 vs. Mississippi Valley State.............. 11 / 22 / 05.................. 30 vs. Arkansas ..................................... 2 / 23 / 91.................. 30 vs. Southwest Texas . .....................12 /   2 / 78.................. 30 vs. Jacksonville................................ 12 / 16 / 06.................. 30 vs. Grambling State......................... 12 / 28 / 06.................. 30

Rebounds

Assists

1. 5. 7.

vs. Bethune-Cookman..................... 11 / 29 / 97.................. 21 vs. Maryland-B.C............................. 11 / 28 / 95.................. 21 vs. Sam Houston State . .................12 /   3 / 81.................. 21 vs. Houston Baptist ..........................1 /   3 / 76.................. 21 vs. East Texas State ....................... 12 / 12 / 79.................. 20 vs. Grambling State......................... 12 / 28 / 06.................. 20 vs. Stephen F. Austin....................... 11 / 22 / 97.................. 19 vs. Columbia....................................12 /  2 / 95.................. 19 vs. St. Edward’s . ............................ 11 / 30 / 81.................. 19 vs. TCU ............................................ 2 / 19 / 76.................. 19 vs. Wayland Baptist ........................12 /   1 / 75.................. 19

1. 3.

vs. Maryland-E.S............................. 12 / 21 / 97.................. 11 vs. Michigan State .......................... 11 / 25 / 89.................. 11 vs. Nebraska...................................... 2 / 25 / 06.................. 10 vs. Grambling State......................... 12 / 22 / 04.................. 10 vs. Texas ..........................................3 /   9 / 90.................. 10 vs. Rice . ........................................... 2 / 24 / 90.................. 10 vs. Baylor . ........................................2 /   3 / 90.................. 10 vs. Rice . ........................................... 1 / 24 / 90.................. 10 vs. Rice . ...........................................3 /   2 / 85.................. 10 vs. Oklahoma City .......................... 12 / 11 / 81.................. 10 vs. Texas State................................ 12 / 8 / 07.................. 10

1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8.

vs. George Washington .................. 12 / 21 / 73.................. 41 vs. Texas............................................1 /   4 / 95.................. 35 vs. UNLV ........................................ 12 / 23 / 88.................. 33 vs. Oklahoma ................................. 11 / 28 / 87.................. 33 vs. UNLV ........................................ 12 / 23 / 78.................. 33 vs. Indiana ...................................... 12 / 14 / 74.................. 32 vs. Vermont .................................... 12 / 30 / 78.................. 31 vs. Texas............................................2 /   3 / 99.................. 30 vs. Oklahoma State........................... 1 / 30 / 99.................. 30 vs. Arizona....................................... 12 / 28 / 95.................. 30 vs. SMU ............................................3 /   4 / 75.................. 30

1. 3. 6. 8.

vs. Washington State....................... 12 / 30 / 97.................. 37 vs. Northern Illinois ...........................1 /  5 / 94.................. 37 vs. Va. Commonwealth....................12 /  2 / 00.................. 36 vs. TCU ............................................2 /   2 / 55.................. 36 vs. Iowa State.................................... 1 / 28 / 04.................. 36 vs. Hawaii ....................................... 11 / 27 / 89.................. 35 vs. Illinois-Chicago........................... 12/ 20 / 01.................. 35 vs. Texas............................................ 2 / 11 / 95.................. 34 vs. Baylor . ........................................ 2 / 18 / 75.................. 34 vs. Wayland Baptist ........................12 /   1 / 75.................. 34 vs. Northwestern State ...................12 /   4 / 71.................. 34

Blocked Shots

Turnovers

Personal Fouls

129

Records

The 1980 Aggies celebrate after winning the 1980 SWC Tournament.


Opponent Team Game 100-Point Games (42) Year

Opponent   Score

1954-55 Houston.............................................................. 107-  66 1955-56 Rice.....................................................................110-  81 Houston.............................................................. 105-  74 1965-66 Virginia Tech....................................................... 101-  74 Texas...................................................................110-  82 1966-67 Trinity.................................................................. 100-  74 Rice.................................................................... 101-  79 1967-68 Texas...................................................................105-117 1969-70 Louisiana Tech.................................................... 100-  84 1970-71 Tulsa................................................................... 103-  71 Furman............................................................... 103-  83 Baylor................................................................. 108-  83 1971-72 UCLA...................................................................117-  53 Creighton............................................................ 100-  77 Arkansas............................................................. 100-  89 1972-73 Oral Roberts........................................................117-  99 Houston...............................................................114-  85 1975-76 Louisville............................................................. 102-  58 1976-77 Houston...............................................................116-  83 1977-78 Florida State....................................................... 100-  77 1986-87 Arkansas (2 ot)................................................... 100-  97

Fewest Points – One Half 1. by Houston . ............................................ 1 / 10 / 79........5 ... 2nd 2. by Texas . ................................................ 1 / 16 / 59......12 ... 2nd 3. by Georgia Southern.............................. 12 / 10 / 96......13.... 2nd by Texas Tech ......................................... 2 / 19 / 86......13.... 1st by Saint Louis.........................................11 / 19 / 06......13.... 2nd by Grambling State................................ 12 / 28 / 06......13..... 1st 7. by Air Force . ......................................... 12 / 28 / 83......14 ... 2nd by St. Edward’s ......................................11 / 30 / 81......14 .... 1st by Grambling State................................ 12 / 28 / 06......14.... 2nd 10. by Texas................................................... 3 / 1 / 06......15.... 2nd by Prairie View A&M.............................. 12 / 4 / 04......15.... 2nd by Sam Houston St. . ............................ 12 / 10 / 79......15.... 1st by Detroit................................................ 12 / 19 / 07......15..... 1st

Most Points – First Half

1. by Oklahoma . ....................................... 12 / 29 / 88................ 66 2. by UCLA . ...............................................12 / 11 / 71................ 64 3. by Baylor . ............................................... 2 / 13 / 93................ 61

Most Points – Second Half 1. 2. 4. 5.

1987-88 Oklahoma........................................................... 104-  80 1988-89 UNLV...................................................................110-  67 Oklahoma........................................................... 128-  80 1989-90

Arkansas............................................................. 100-  84 Houston.............................................................. 108-  90 Arkansas..............................................................114-100 Houston.............................................................. 100-  81

1990-91

Robert Morris...................................................... 105-  86 Arkansas..............................................................113-  88 Arkansas..............................................................111-  72 Arkansas............................................................. 108-  61

1994-95 Arizona State...................................................... 103-  73 Texas...................................................................115-  82 1997-98 Oklahoma State.................................................. 100-  65 Texas Tech.......................................................... 102-  75

Most Points – Overtime 1. by Virginia Commonwealth..................... 12 / 2 / 00................ 23 2. by Arizona State..................................... 12 / 19 / 98................ 19 3. by Houston............................................... 1 / 31 / 96................ 17 by Illinois State . .................................... 12 / 21 / 84................ 17 by Baylor.................................................. 1 / 23 / 08................ 17 5. by Baylor . ............................................... 3 /   1 / 94................ 15 by UNLV . ................................................ 1 / 19 / 93................ 15 by Texas Tech ......................................... 2 /   8 / 82................ 15 by Houston............................................. 12 / 27 / 03................ 15 10. by Tulane............................................... 12 /   8 / 99................ 14 by Texas................................................... 1 / 15 / 97................ 14 by Arkansas ............................................ 2 / 24 / 87................ 14 by Texas . ................................................ 1 / 23 / 78................ 14 by Arkansas ............................................ 2 /   8 / 75................ 14

1998-99 Oklahoma........................................................... 102-  75

Records

2000-01 Va. Commonwealth . ...........................................107-106 Kansas................................................................ 100-  70 2003-04 Tennessee...........................................................108- 84 Grambling............................................................101-103 2007-08 Baylor.................................................................. 116-110

Fewest Points – Overtime

1. 2. 3.

by North Carolina..................................... 3 /   9 / 80.................. 0 by Eastern Montana . ............................ 12 / 30 / 80.................. 1 by Baylor . ............................................... 2 / 20 / 91.................. 2 by TCU . .................................................. 2 / 22 / 84.................. 2 by TCU . .................................................. 2 / 26 / 83.................. 2 by Baylor . ............................................... 1 / 10 / 76.................. 2

1. 2. 3. 6. 7.

by Houston . ............................................ 1 /   6 / 73................ 50 by Oral Roberts . ................................... 12 / 23 / 73................ 47 by Arkansas ............................................ 2 / 23 / 91................ 45 by Oklahoma . ....................................... 12 / 29 / 88................ 45 by UCLA . ...............................................12 / 11 / 71................ 45 by Arkansas ............................................ 2 / 21 / 90................ 44 by Arkansas ............................................ 3 /  8 / 91................ 43 by Houston . ............................................ 1 / 27 / 90................ 43 by Houston . ............................................ 2 / 19 / 77................ 43

Most Points – One Half 1. by Arkansas ............................................ 3 /  8 / 91................ 67 2. by Oklahoma . ....................................... 12 / 29 / 88................ 66 3. by Arkansas............................................ 1 / 23 / 91................ 64 by Houston . ............................................ 1 /   6 / 73................ 64 by UCLA . ...............................................12 / 11 / 71................ 64 6. by Tennessee......................................... 12 / 2 / 03................ 63 7. by Rice . .................................................. 2 / 24 / 90................ 62 by Oklahoma . ....................................... 12 / 29 / 88................ 62 9. by Baylor . ............................................... 2 / 19 / 93................ 61 10. by Rice . .................................................. 3 /   6 / 93................ 60

by Arkansas ............................................ 3 /   8 / 91................ 67 by Arkansas ............................................ 1 / 23 / 91................ 64 by Houston.............................................. 1 /   6 / 73................ 64 by Tennessee.......................................... 12 / 2 / 03................ 63 by Oklahoma......................................... 12 / 29 / 88................ 62 by Rice.................................................... 2 / 24 / 90................ 62

Field Goals

130


Field Goal Attempts by Oral Roberts .............................. 12 / 23 / 72................ 104 by Rice ............................................. 2 / 24 / 90.................. 98 by Baylor............................................ 1 / 23 / 08.................. 97 by Va. Commonwealth ................... 12 / 19 / 73.................. 96 by SMU . ........................................... 2 / 28 / 69.................. 95 by Houston .......................................1 /  6 / 73.................. 94 by Florida State................................ 1 /  4 / 74.................. 90 by UCLA ......................................... 12 / 11 / 71.................. 89 by Houston .....................................12 /  2 / 54.................. 89 by Arkansas...................................... 2 / 21 / 90.................. 88 by Texas Tech . ................................. 1 / 31 / 89.................. 88 by Arkansas ......................................3 /  2 / 74.................. 88

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

by Oklahoma State.................1 /   3 / 98........ .686.........35-51 by Arkansas ........................... 2 / 15 / 82........ .667 .......34-51 by Arkansas ........................... 2 / 22 / 77........ .659 .......27-41 by Baylor ............................... 1 / 19 / 91........ .643 .......27-42 by Houston ............................ 1 / 28 / 81........ .642 .......34-53 by UC-Irvine ........................ 12 / 29 / 80........ .635 .......33-52 by Wisconsin ....................... 12 / 28 / 84........ .632 .......31-49 by Arkansas ...........................2 /   9 / 78........ .632 .......31-49 by Oklahoma State................. 1 / 24 / 98........ .627.........37-59 by Rice .................................. 1 / 26 / 91........ .625 .......35-56 by Purdue .............................. 3 / 19 / 82........ .625 .......35-56

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9.

by Grambling State............... 12 / 28 / 06........ .196.........10-51 by Arkansas-Pine Bluff......... 12 / 16 / 07........ .206.........13-63 by UT-Permian Basin............ 11 / 26 / 05........ .208......... 11-53 by Saint Louis....................... 11 / 19 / 06........ .208......... 11-53 by Maryland-Eastern Shore.... 12 / 21 / 97........ .224.........19-85 by Texas................................ 1 / 16 / 59........ .239 ....... 11-46 by Ohio State........................ 11 / 23 / 07........ .241.........14-48 by Detroit.............................. 12 / 19 / 07........ .241.........14-48 by Prairie View A&M.............. 12 / 4 / 04........ .250.........13-52 by Georgia Southern............ 12 / 10 / 96........ .250.........42-48

1. 2. 3. 5. 9.

by Baylor............................................ 1 / 28 / 06.................. 16 by Oklahoma..................................... 2 / 13 / 99.................. 15 by Missouri........................................3 /   8 / 01.................. 14 by UNLV ........................................... 1 / 19 / 93.................. 14 by Detroit-Mercy.............................. 12 / 30 / 00.................. 13 by North Texas................................. 11 / 29 / 99.................. 13 by Oklahoma .................................. 12 / 29 / 88.................. 13 by LSU............................................. 11 / 30 / 02.................. 13 by Colorado....................................... 2 / 8 / 06.................. 12 by Houston...................................... 12 / 29 / 04.................. 12 by North Carolina A&T..................... 11 / 19 / 04.................. 12 by Missouri........................................ 2 / 17 / 01.................. 12 by Lamar.......................................... 12 / 18 / 99.................. 12 by LaSalle........................................ 12 / 30 / 99.................. 12 by Oklahoma State............................2 /   5 / 00.................. 12 by Cal State-Sacramento ............... 12 / 19 / 87.................. 12 by Oklahoma..................................... 2 / 14/ 04.................. 12

1. 2. 4.

by North Texas................................. 11 / 13 / 98.................. 35 by North Carolina A&T..................... 11 / 19 / 04.................. 34 by Detroit-Mercy.............................. 12 / 30 / 00.................. 34 by La Salle....................................... 12 / 30 / 99.................. 33 by UNLV ........................................... 1 / 19 / 93.................. 33 by Prairie View A&M........................ 12 / 7 / 02.................. 33 by Texas-San Antonio...................... 12 / 15 / 03.................. 33

Highest FG Percentage

Lowest FG Percentage

Three-Point Field Goals

Three-Point FG ­Attempts

8. 10.

by Houston...................................... 12 / 29 / 04.................. 32 by Auburn........................................ 12 / 22 / 06.................. 32 by Lamar.......................................... 12 / 18 / 99.................. 31 by Houston ....................................... 1 / 29 / 92.................. 31 by Baylor............................................. 3 / 5 / 03.................. 31

Three-Point FG Percentage (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

by South Alabama ................. 12 / 29 / 90..........800........4-  5 by Rice .................................... 1 / 26 / 91..........714......10-14 by Lamar ............................... 12 / 19 / 88..........700 .......7-10 by Robert Morris .....................11 / 30 / 90..........692....... 9-13 by Southwest Texas .............. 12 / 28 / 91..........667....... 8-12 by SMU.................................. 12 / 30 / 87..........667....... 6-  9 by Missouri .............................. 1 /   9 / 99..........647 ..... 11-17 by TCU .................................... 2 /   8 / 92..........643 .......9-14 by Oklahoma State....................1 / 11 / 06..........636........ 7-11 by Loyola Marymount.............. 12/ 2 / 01..........636........ 7-11 by Colorado.............................. 2 / 15 / 03..........636........ 7-11

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

by Baylor .......................................... 1 / 18 / 55.................. 41 by Texas........................................... 2 / 22 / 55.................. 40 by TCU............................................. 2 /  2 / 55.................. 40 by Baylor............................................ 1 / 23 / 08.................. 39 by Northern Illinois . ..........................1 /  5 / 94.................. 38 by Baylor........................................... 3 /  2 / 92.................. 37 by Iowa State..................................... 1 / 28 / 04.................. 37 by Texas............................................ 1 / 15 / 97.................. 36 by Washington State ...................... 12 / 30 / 97.................. 35 by Texas............................................ 2 / 11 / 95.................. 35 by Wyoming . .................................... 3 / 13 / 86.................. 35

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 10.

by TCU .............................................2 /   2 / 55.................. 61 by Baylor .......................................... 1 / 18 / 55.................. 56 by Northern Illinois.............................1 /   5 / 94.................. 53 by Iowa State..................................... 1 / 28 / 04.................. 53 by Washington State....................... 12 / 30 / 97.................. 52 by Houston ....................................... 1 / 15 / 55.................. 51 by Virginia Commonwealth..............12 /   2 / 00.................. 51 by Rice .............................................3 /   1 / 55.................. 50 by SMU . ........................................... 2 / 15 / 55.................. 50 by Baylor ..........................................3 /   2 / 92.................. 49 by Texas ........................................... 2 / 22 / 55.................. 49 by Texas ........................................... 2 / 12 / 55.................. 49

Free Throws

Free Throw Attempts

Highest FT Percentage (minimum 15 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

131

by TCU.................................... 1 / 25 / 83.... 1.000........ 15-15 by Texas Southern................... 2 / 13 / 92...... .950........ 19-20 by Oklahoma State....................2 / 11 / 06...... .944.........17-18 by Miami (Fla.)......................... 12/ 8 / 01...... .941.........16-17 by Dartmouth......................... 12 / 17 / 89...... .920........ 23-25 by Oklahoma State................... 1 /   3 / 98...... .909.........20-22 by S. F. Austin........................ 12 / 13 / 87...... .909 .......20-22 by Clemson............................... 1 /   7 / 95...... .905.........19-21 by Baylor.................................. 2 /   7 / 76...... .905........ 19-21 by Texas.................................. 2 /   3 / 91...... .900 .......27-30 by Texas Tech . ........................ 1 /   5 / 91...... .900 .......18-20 by Tennessee........................ 12 /   7 / 85...... .900 .......18-20 by Iowa State............................ 3 / 13 / 03...... .900.........18-20

Records

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.


Lowest FT Percentage (minimum 13 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

by Baylor ................................. 3 /  8 / 87...... .188.......... 3-16 by North Texas ...................... 12 / 21 / 79...... .267.......... 4-15 by Baylor ................................. 2 /  7 / 76...... .307.......... 4-13 by Baylor ................................. 2 /  1 / 86...... .315.......... 6-19 by George Washington . .........12 / 11 / 72...... .385.......... 5-13 by TCU .................................... 3 /  6 / 87...... .391.......... 9-23 by Ouachita Baptist...................11 /17/ 07...... .391...........9-23 by SMU.................................... 2 / 13 / 91...... .400........ 10-25 by Texas................................... 1 / 30 / 01...... .400.......... 6-15 by Rice .................................... 3 /  2 / 85...... .400 .........6-15 by Northwestern .................... 12 / 22 / 73...... .400.......... 6-15

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

by TCU .............................................3 /   2 / 67.................. 79 by Baylor............................................ 1 / 23 / 08.................. 70 by UCLA ......................................... 12 / 11 / 71.................. 67 by SMU . ........................................... 2 / 22 / 56.................. 62 by Rice ............................................. 2 / 24 / 90.................. 61 by Tulsa .......................................... 12 / 29 / 73.................. 61 by Houston ....................................... 2 / 19 / 77.................. 60 by Nevada-Reno ............................ 12 / 18 / 76.................. 60

1. 2. 3. 6. 10.

by Houston .......................................1 /   6 / 73.................. 34 by SMU . ...........................................2 /   6 / 88.................. 31 by Arkansas ...................................... 2 / 23 / 91.................. 30 by Arkansas ...................................... 1 / 23 / 91.................. 30 by SMU . ...........................................1 /   6 / 88.................. 30 by Arkansas ...................................... 2 / 21 / 90.................. 29 by Houston ....................................... 1 / 27 / 90.................. 29 by Houston .......................................1 /   4 / 75.................. 29 by Grambling.................................. 12 / 21 / 03.................. 29 by Oklahoma....................................3 /   1 / 00.................. 28 by Missouri........................................ 1 / 9 / 99.................. 28 by Houston........................................ 2 / 16 / 94.................. 28 by New Mexico ............................... 12 / 10 / 91.................. 28 by Houston ....................................... 2 / 28 / 90.................. 28 by Colorado....................................... 2 / 26 / 02.................. 28

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 10.

by Indiana . ..................................... 12 / 14 / 74.................. 21 by Missouri........................................ 1 / 29 / 00.................. 20 by Arkansas ...................................... 2 / 23 / 91.................. 20 by Texas............................................ 1 / 14 / 95.................. 19 by Arkansas ......................................3 /   8 / 91.................. 18 by Texas............................................ 2 / 3 / 99.................. 17 by McNeese State........................... 12 / 20 / 95.................. 17 by Nebraska ...................................12 /   2 / 87.................. 17 by Kansas.......................................... 2 / 26 / 03.................. 17 by Oklahoma State............................1 /   6 / 99.................. 16 by Florida . ........................................1 /   2 / 92.................. 16 by UNLV ......................................... 12 / 23 / 88.................. 16 by Houston....................................... 2 / 19 / 77.................. 16 by Oakland....................................... 12 / 2 / 03.................. 16

1. 2. 3. 4. 8.

by New Orleans .............................. 12 / 29 / 92.................. 17 by Texas Tech . ................................. 1 / 31 / 90.................. 14 by Iowa State..................................... 1 / 28 / 04.................. 13 by Texas............................................ 2 / 18 / 08.................. 12 by TCU.............................................. 2 / 25 / 95.................. 12 by Houston ....................................... 2 / 17 / 93.................. 12 by Alabama . .....................................1 /   9 / 93.................. 12 by Nebraska...................................... 2 / 27 / 99.................. 11 by Seton Hall................................... 12 / 22 / 93.................. 11 by Houston ....................................... 1 / 14 / 84.................. 11

Rebounds

Records

Assists

Turnovers 1. 2. 4. 7. 10.

by Southwest Texas .......................12 /   3 / 75.................. 37 by Savannah State.......................... 12 / 17 / 05.................. 34 by Sam Houston State ...................12 /   6 / 77.................. 34 by Vermont ..................................... 12 / 30 / 78.................. 33 by TCU ............................................. 2 / 19 / 76.................. 33 by George Washington . ................. 12 / 21 / 73.................. 33 by Vermont .....................................12 /   8 / 79.................. 32 by Samford ..................................... 12 / 17 / 77.................. 32 by Houston Baptist ...........................1 /   3 / 76.................. 32 by Prairie View A&M ....................... 11 / 29 / 83................. 31 by Wayland Baptist . .......................12 /   1 / 75.................. 31 by Houston Baptist .........................12 /   3 / 74.................. 31

1. 2. 4. 8. 9. 10.

by Baylor............................................ 1 / 23 / 08.................. 38 by North Carolina .............................3 /   9 / 80.................. 36 by Prairie View A&M ....................... 12 / 12 / 78.................. 36 by Montana State............................12 /   6 / 93.................. 35 by Arkansas ...................................... 1 / 29 / 86.................. 35 by Angelo State ................................1 /   9 / 84.................. 35 by Oral Roberts .............................. 12 / 23 / 72.................. 35 by Grambling................................... 12 / 21 / 03.................. 34 by Texas Tech . .................................3 /   7 / 87.................. 33 by Houston...................................... 12 / 29 / 04.................. 32 by Virginia Commonwealth..............12 /   5 / 99.................. 32 by Texas Tech.................................... 1 / 11 / 95.................. 32 by Arkansas ...................................... 2 / 18 / 89.................. 32 by Prairie View A&M ....................... 11 / 29 / 83.................. 32 by TCU ............................................. 1 / 25 / 75.................. 32 by Wichita State ...............................1 /   5 / 73.................. 32

Personal Fouls

Bernard King

Steals

Blocked Shots

132


Team Season Most Points 1. 2006-07.............................................. 2570 2. 2007-08.............................................. 2548 3. 1989-90.............................................. 2518 4. 1978-79.............................................. 2484 5. 1979-80.............................................. 2326 6. 2004-05.............................................. 2282 1975-76.............................................. 2282 8. 1988-89.............................................. 2269 9. 1993-94.............................................. 2261 10. 1981-82.............................................. 2239

Lowest Scoring 足 Average (Conference) (since 1960) 1. 2. 3. 4.

1984....................... (SWC) ................... 60.0 2002...................... (Big 12)................... 60.6 1987....................... (SWC) ................... 62.3 1997...................... (Big 12)................... 63.4 2006...................... (Big 12)........................ 63.4

Most Field Goals Most Points (Conference) 1 . 2. 3. 4. 5.

1990....................... (SWC) .................. 1302 1976....................... (SWC) .................. 1295 2007...................... (Big 12).................. 1214 1982....................... (SWC) ...................1177 1989....................... (SWC) ...................1169

Highest Scoring Average 1 . 1975-76............................................... 84.5 2. 1972-73............................................... 83.2 3. 1973-74............................................... 82.3 4. 1989-90............................................... 81.2 5. 1967-68............................................... 80.2 6. 1964-65............................................... 80.2 7. 1974-75............................................... 79.5 8. 1968-69............................................... 79.0 9. 1971-72............................................... 78.0 10. 1969-70............................................... 76.5

Highest Scoring Average (Conference) 1 . 1974....................... (SWC) ................... 82.4 2. 1965....................... (SWC) ................... 82.3 3. 1966....................... (SWC) ................... 81.6 4. 1990....................... (SWC) ................... 81.4 5. 1976....................... (SWC) ................... 80.9 Big 12 Play: 2007.................................................... 75.9

(since 1960) 1 . 1983-84............................................... 62.7 2. 1966-67............................................... 63.8 3. 1980-81............................................... 64.5 4. 1996-97............................................... 65.0 2001-02............................................... 65.0 6. 1999-00............................................... 65.2 7. 1991-92............................................... 65.5 8. 1986-67............................................... 67.0 9. 1961-62............................................... 67.1 10. 1995-96............................................... 67.2

1 . 1985-86............................................... .510 2. 1988-89............................................... .506 3. 1982-83............................................... .503 4. 2006-07............................................... .498 5. 1987-88............................................... .495 6. 1984-85............................................... .491 7. 1979-80............................................... .489 8. 2004-05............................................... .486 9. 1978-79............................................... .485 10. 1990-91............................................... .484

Best FG Percentage (Conference)

1. 1980....................... (SWC) ................... .527 2. 1986....................... (SWC) ................... .512 3. 1983....................... (SWC) ................... .507 4. 1985....................... (SWC) ................... .504 5. 1991....................... (SWC) ................... .502 1969....................... (SWC) ................... .502 Big 12 Play: 2007.................................................... .483

Most Field Goals

Lowest FG Pct.

(Conference) 1 . 1976....................... (SWC) .................... 538 2. 1990....................... (SWC) .................... 505 3. 1978....................... (SWC) .................... 487 4. 1979....................... (SWC) .................... 480 5. 1974....................... (SWC) .................... 471 Big 12 Play: 1998..................................................... 419

Most FG Attempts 1 . 1989-90.............................................. 2168 2. 1978-79.............................................. 2144 3. 1975-76.............................................. 2043 4. 2007-08.............................................. 1945 5. 1973-74.............................................. 1930 6. 1977-78.............................................. 1926 7. 1979-80.............................................. 1906 8. 1972-73.............................................. 1905 9. 1981-82.............................................. 1873 10. 1976-77.............................................. 1863

Most FG Attempts

(since 1960) 1. 2001-02............................................... .410 2. 1998-99.................................................411 1966-67.................................................411 4. 1999-00............................................... .412 5. 2003-04............................................... .415 6. 1960-61............................................... .419 7. 1961-62............................................... .420 8. 2000-01............................................... .423 1996-97............................................... .423 10. 1970-71............................................... .425

Lowest FG Pct. (Conference) (since 1960) 1 . 2. 4. 5.

(Conference) 1 . 1976....................... (SWC) ...................1151 2. 1978....................... (SWC) ...................1121 3. 1990....................... (SWC) ...................1118 4. 1974....................... (SWC) .................. 1054 5. 1977....................... (SWC) .................. 1043 Big 12 Play: 1998................................................... 1014

Three-Point Field Goals

1. 2006-07................................................ 215 2. 2007-08.................................................211 3. 2005-06................................................ 203 4. 2002-03................................................ 197 5. 2004-05................................................ 195 6. 1999-00................................................ 179 2001-02................................................ 179 8. 2003-04................................................ 171 9. 1994-95................................................ 164 10. 1998-99................................................ 162 1989-90................................................ 162

133

1999...................... (Big 12)................... .396 2003...................... (Big 12)................... .398 2004...................... (Big 12)................... .398 2002...................... (Big 12)........................ .399 2001...................... (Big 12)................... .404

Records

Lowest Scoring Average

1. 1978-79.............................................. 1039 2 . 1989-90................................................ 971 3. 1975-76................................................ 939 4. 1979-80................................................ 932 5. 2007-08................................................ 909 6. 2006-07................................................ 908 7. 1982-83................................................ 898 8. 1988-89................................................ 888 9. 1981-82................................................ 879 10. 1973-74................................................ 874

Best FG Percentage


Three-Point Field Goals (Conference)

1. 2. 3. 4.

2003...................... (Big 12).................... 109 2005...................... (Big 12).................... 108 2007...................... (Big 12).................... 103 2006...................... (Big 12).................... 100 2000...................... (Big 12).................... 100

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts

1. 2007-08................................................ 588 2. 2005-06................................................ 563 3. 1999-00................................................ 562 4. 2001-02................................................ 550 5. 2002-03................................................ 543 6. 2003-04................................................ 526 7. 1998-99................................................ 522 8. 2006-07................................................ 510 9. 2004-05................................................ 499 10. 1995-96................................................ 497

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts

(Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2003...................... (Big 12).................... 320 2004...................... (Big 12).................... 307 2000...................... (Big 12).................... 305 1999...................... (Big 12).................... 301 2006...................... (Big 12)......................... 286

Three-Point FG Pct.

1. 2006-07............................................... .422 2. 2004-05............................................... .391 3. 1990-91............................................... .374 4. 2002-03............................................... .363 5. 2005-06............................................... .361 1989-90............................................... .361 7. 2007-08............................................... .359 8. 1997-98............................................... .338 9. 1987-88............................................... .333 10. 1992-93............................................... .331

Three-Point FG Pct.

Records

(Conference) 1. 2007...................... (Big 12)................... .430 2. 2005...................... (Big 12)................... .404 3. 1991....................... (SWC) ................... .393 4. 1994....................... (SWC) ................... .392 5. 1990....................... (SWC) ................... .377

Most Free Throws 1. 1968-69................................................ 582 2. 1967-68................................................ 540 3. 2006-07................................................ 539 4. 1994-95................................................ 534 5. 1954-55................................................ 532 6. 1993-94................................................ 525

7. 2000-01................................................ 522 1985-86................................................ 522 9. 1962-63................................................ 521 10. 2007-08................................................ 519

Most Free Throws (Conference) 1 . 1963....................... (SWC) .................... 348 2. 1968....................... (SWC) .................... 317 3. 1965....................... (SWC) .................... 312 4. 1970....................... (SWC) .................... 307 5. 1969....................... (SWC) .....................306 Big 12 Play: 2005..................................................... 292

Fewest Free Throws

1 . 1951-52................................................ 256 2. 1980-81................................................ 272 3. 1950-51................................................ 274 4. 1977-78................................................ 326 5. 1996-97................................................ 337 6. 1995-96................................................ 353 7. 1952-53................................................ 354 8. 1990-91................................................ 358 1999-00................................................ 358 9. 1958-59................................................ 372 10. 1957-58................................................ 376 2001-02................................................ 376

Fewest Free Throws (Conference) 1 . 2. 3. 4. 5.

1951....................... (SWC) .................... 128 1952....................... (SWC) .................... 134 1979....................... (SWC) .................... 166 1991....................... (SWC) .................... 167 2002...................... (Big 12) ................... 169

Most FT Attempts 1. 1968-69................................................ 859 2. 1954-55................................................ 831 3. 2007-08................................................ 820 4. 2000-01................................................ 778 5. 1971-72................................................ 775 6. 1994-95................................................ 770 7. 1955-56................................................ 768 8. 1993-94................................................ 763 9. 2004-05................................................ 757 10. 2006-07................................................ 753

Most FT Attempts (Conference) 1 . 1963....................... (SWC) .................... 472 2. 1969....................... (SWC) .................... 451 3. 1970....................... (SWC) .................... 433 4. 1972....................... (SWC) .................... 429 5. 1968....................... (SWC) .................... 426 Big 12 Play: 2007..................................................... 402

Fewest FT Attempts 1. 1951-52................................................ 422 2 . 1980-81................................................ 429 3. 1950-51................................................ 470 4. 1977-78................................................ 480 5. 1995-96................................................ 515 6. 1958-59................................................ 522 7. 1957-58................................................ 533 8. 1999-00................................................ 534 9. 1952-53................................................ 538 10. 1996-97................................................ 545

Fewest FT Attempts (Conference) 1 . 2. 3. 4. 5.

1951....................... (SWC) .................... 196 1952....................... (SWC) .................... 222 2002...................... (Big 12) . .................. 253 1979....................... (SWC) .................... 254 1957....................... (SWC) .................... 255

1 . 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

1967-68............................................... .744 1975-76............................................... .728 1962-63............................................... .728 1960-61............................................... .722 1972-73............................................... .717 2006-07............................................... .716 1964-65............................................... .716 1965-66............................................... .714 1973-74............................................... .712 1958-59............................................... .712

Highest FT Pct.

Highest FT Pct. (Conference) 1 . 1968....................... (SWC) ................... .745 2. 1960....................... (SWC) ................... .740 3. 1982....................... (SWC) ................... .738 4. 1965....................... (SWC) ................... .736 5. 1966....................... (SWC) ................... .729 Big 12 Play: 2003.................................................... .726 2007.................................................... .726

Lowest FT Pct. 1 . 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1997-98............................................... .579 1950-51............................................... .583 1951-52............................................... .607 1986-87............................................... .616 1996-97............................................... .618 1971-72............................................... .632 2007-08............................................... .633 1980-81............................................... .634 1990-91............................................... .635 1983-84............................................... .635 1978-79............................................... .635

Lowest FT Pct. (Conference) 1. 1998...................... (Big 12)................... .550 2. 1991....................... (SWC) ................... .592

134


Rebound Margin

3. 1952....................... (SWC) ................... .604 4. 1954....................... (SWC) ................... .606 5. 1983....................... (SWC) ................... .614

Most Rebounds 1. 2007-08.............................................. 1402 2. 1971-72.............................................. 1354 3. 1989-90.............................................. 1323 4. 1968-69.............................................. 1309 5. 1972-73.............................................. 1306 6. 1973-74.............................................. 1264 7. 1978-79.............................................. 1261 8. 1975-76.............................................. 1248 9. 1979-80.............................................. 1239 10. 1965-66.............................................. 1224

Most Rebounds (Conference) 1 . 1972....................... (SWC) .................... 708 2. 1976....................... (SWC) .................... 707 3. 1973....................... (SWC) .................... 700 4. 1966....................... (SWC) .................... 699 5. 1974....................... (SWC) .................... 671 Big 12 Play: 2008..................................................... 588

Best Rebound Avg. 1 . 1971-72............................................... 52.1 2. 1965-66............................................... 51.0 3. 1972-73............................................... 50.2 4. 1973-74............................................... 48.6 5. 1968-69............................................... 48.5 6. 1970-71............................................... 47.0 7. 1963-64............................................... 46.6 1962-63............................................... 46.6 1960-61............................................... 46.6 10. 1967-68............................................... 46.4

Best Rebound Avg. (Conference) 1 . 1972....................... (SWC) ................... 50.6 2. 1973....................... (SWC) ................... 50.0 3. 1966....................... (SWC) ................... 49.2 4. 1974....................... (SWC) ................... 47.9 5. 1971....................... (SWC) ................... 47.8 Big 12 Play: 2008.................................................... 36.8

(Conference) 1. 1966....................... (SWC) ..................+11.6 2 . 1968....................... (SWC) .................. + 8.8 1963....................... (SWC) .................. + 8.8 4. 1972....................... (SWC) .................. + 8.4 5. 1973....................... (SWC) .................. + 8.3 Big 12 Play: 2007.................................................... +4.9

Most Personal Fouls 1. 2004-05................................................ 698 2. 1978-79................................................ 694 3. 1985-86................................................ 687 4. 1994-95................................................ 686 5. 1976-77................................................ 681 1993-94................................................ 681 7. 2005-06................................................ 668 8. 2006-07................................................ 663 9. 1974-75................................................ 662 10. 1989-90................................................ 654

Most Personal Fouls

Assists (Conference)

1 . 1990....................... (SWC) .................... 293 2. 1986....................... (SWC) .................... 280 3. 1983....................... (SWC) .................... 277 4. 1982....................... (SWC) .................... 275 5. 1991....................... (SWC) .................... 274 1994....................... (SWC) .................... 274 Big 12 Play: 2006..................................................... 244 2002..................................................... 244

Steals 1. 1997-98................................................ 288 2. 2005-06................................................ 266 3. 1975-76................................................ 261 4. 1981-82................................................ 253 5. 1983-84................................................ 250 6. 1987-88................................................ 248 7. 1985-86................................................ 242 8. 1979-80................................................ 234 9. 1996-97................................................ 233 10. 1995-96................................................ 231

1978....................... (SWC) .................... 379 2005...................... (Big 12).................... 367 2004...................... (Big 12).................... 363 1976....................... (SWC) .................... 362 1977....................... (SWC) .................... 358

Largest Average Victory Margin 1. 2006-07............................................. +16.2 2. 1975-76............................................. +12.8 3. 1959-60..............................................+11.9 4. 2000-01............................................ + 10.5 5. 2004-05............................................ + 10.1 6. 2007-08............................................... +9.2 7. 1960-61.............................................. + 8.9 8. 1979-80.............................................. + 8.6 1978-79.............................................. + 8.6 10. 2005-06.............................................. + 8.4

Largest Average Victory Margin

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1975....................... (SWC) ..................+11.0 1976....................... (SWC).................. +10.3 2007...................... (Big 12)................. +10.1 1960....................... (SWC) ................... +9.1 1964....................... (SWC) .................. + 9.0

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

2006-07................................................ 591 1985-86................................................ 563 1978-79................................................ 549 1993-94................................................ 544 1989-90................................................ 519 2005-06................................................ 509 2004-05................................................ 507

Assists

135

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(Conference)

1998...................... (Big 12).................... 151 1984....................... (SWC) .................... 137 1999...................... (Big 12).................... 136 2006...................... (Big 12).................... 133 1987....................... (SWC) .................... 132

Blocks 1 . 1989-90................................................ 181 2. 1979-80................................................ 148 3. 2007-08................................................ 145 4. 1978-79................................................ 124 5. 1984-85................................................ 121 6. 2001-02.................................................113 7. 2006-07.................................................111 8. 2004-05................................................ 107 9. 1985-86................................................ 104 10. 1986-87................................................ 103

Blocks (Conference)

1 . 1990....................... (SWC) ...................... 97 2. 1985....................... (SWC) ...................... 72 3. 1986....................... (SWC) ...................... 70 4. 1979....................... (SWC)....................... 64 5. 1981....................... (SWC) ...................... 56 2008...................... (Big 12)...................... 56

Records

Rebound Margin

(Conference) 1 . 2. 3. 4. 5.

(Conference)

1 . 1965-66............................................... +9.4 2. 1971-72............................................... +7.6 1968-69............................................... +7.6 4. 2007-08............................................... +7.0 5. 1975-76............................................... +6.8 1962-63............................................... +6.8 7. 1972-73............................................... +6.7 8. 1973-74............................................... +6.4 9. 1959-60............................................... +6.3 10. 1969-70............................................... +6.1 1994-95............................................... +6.1

8. 1990-91................................................ 498 9. 2007-08................................................ 486 10. 1994-95................................................ 482


Opponent Team Season Points 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1989-90......................................... 2572 1990-91......................................... 2331 1994-95......................................... 2298 2000-01......................................... 2298 2001-02......................................... 2293 1988-89......................................... 2233 1987-88......................................... 2217 2007-08......................................... 2216 1993-94......................................... 2200 1978-79......................................... 2198

Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(Conference)

1990.................... (SWC) . ............... 1352 1998................... (Big 12)................. 1316 1991.................... (SWC) . ............... 1293 2001................... (Big 12) ................ 1248 2004................... (Big 12) ................ 1239

Highest Scoring Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1989-90.......................................... 83.0 1965-66.......................................... 82.2 1990-91.......................................... 80.4 1970-71.......................................... 80.3 1973-74.......................................... 79.5 1967-68.......................................... 78.9 1968-69.......................................... 78.2 1972-73.......................................... 77.9 1997-98.......................................... 77.4 1971-72.......................................... 77.1

Highest Scoring Average (Conference) 1. 3. 4. 5.

1990.................... (SWC) . ................ 84.5 1956.................... (SWC) . ................ 84.5 1998................... (Big 12).................. 82.3 1965.................... (SWC) . ................ 81.1 1991.................... (SWC) . ................ 80.8

Lowest Scoring 足Average (Conference) (since 1960) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1981.................... (SWC) . ................ 61.3 1960.................... (SWC) . ................ 61.5 1979.................... (SWC) . ................ 61.9 1986.................... (SWC) . ................ 62.1 2006................... (Big 12).................. 62.2

Records

(since 1960) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

2006-07.......................................... 59.4 1979-80.......................................... 59.8 2005-06.......................................... 60.3 1980-81.......................................... 60.4 2007-08.......................................... 61.6 1961-62.......................................... 62.5 2004-05.......................................... 63.5 1983-84.......................................... 64.0 1960-61.......................................... 64.0 1984-85.......................................... 64.6

2003-04.......................................... .488 1981-82.......................................... .487 1987-88.......................................... .483 1976-77.......................................... .471 1984-85.......................................... .467 1983-84.......................................... .465 1975-76.......................................... .463 1999-00.......................................... .463

Highest FG Pct. Most Field Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10.

1989-90........................................... 948 1990-91........................................... 882 1978-79........................................... 858 1987-88........................................... 843 1981-82........................................... 843 1973-74........................................... 837 1972-73........................................... 837 1968-69........................................... 819 1982-83........................................... 818 2007-08........................................... 817

Most FG 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(Conference)

1990.................... (SWC) . ................. 522 1991.................... (SWC) . ................. 480 1998................... (Big 12)................... 461 1974.................... (SWC) . ................. 455 1978.................... (SWC) . ................. 452

(Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1989-90......................................... 2131 2007-08......................................... 2069 1978-79......................................... 1985 1972-73......................................... 1892 1968-69......................................... 1882 1973-74......................................... 1879 1982-83......................................... 1823 1979-80......................................... 1819 1985-86......................................... 1795 2006-07......................................... 1793

(Conference) 1. 1990.................... (SWC) . ................1122 2. 1974.................... (SWC) . ................. 999 3. 1973.................... (SWC) . ................. 987 4. 1976.................... (SWC) . ................. 977 5. 1969.................... (SWC) . ................. 964 Big 12 Play: 2003 ............................................... 952

Highest FG Pct. 1. 2.

1990-91.......................................... .503 1977-78.......................................... .493

136

1991.................... (SWC) . ................ .529 1982.................... (SWC) . ................ .514 2004................... (Big 12).................. .505 1978.................... (SWC) . ................ .503 1998................... (Big 12).................. .500

Lowest FG Pct. (since 1960) 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2006-07.......................................... .375 2004-05.......................................... .394 1961-62.......................................... .394 2007-08.......................................... .395 1960-61.......................................... .397 1963-64.......................................... .401 1962-63.......................................... .402 2005-06............................................411 1996-97.......................................... .425 1993-94.......................................... .428

Lowest FG Pct.

Most FG Attempts

Most FG Attempts Lowest Scoring 足 Average

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

(Conference) (since 1960) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1962.................... (SWC) . ................ .386 1964.................... (SWC) . ................ .392 1960.................... (SWC) . ................ .397 2007................... (Big 12).................. .398. 1961.................... (SWC) . ................ .408

Three-Point Field Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

2007-08........................................... 218 1999-00........................................... 214 2000-01........................................... 209 2004-05........................................... 197 2006-07........................................... 190 2003-04........................................... 185 2002-03........................................... 179 1998-99........................................... 178 1992-93........................................... 178 2001-02........................................... 178

3-Point Field Goals (Conference) 1. 2. 4. 5.

2000................... (Big 12)....................113 1999................... (Big 12)................... 109 1998................... (Big 12)................... 109 2007................... (Big 12)................... 103 2005................... (Big 12)................... 101


3-Point FG Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2006-07............................................647 2007-08............................................645 2000-01............................................582 2004-05........................................... 579 1999-00........................................... 551 2002-03........................................... 540 1993-94........................................... 514 1992-93........................................... 508 1998-99........................................... 505 2001-02........................................... 498

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2000................... (Big 12)................... 307 2007................... (Big 12)................... 306 1999................... (Big 12)................... 296 2008................... (Big 12)................... 283 2003................... (Big 12)................... 280

Three-Point FG Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

1990-91.......................................... .401 2003-04.......................................... .390 1999-00.......................................... .388 1991-92.......................................... .380 1987-88.......................................... .380 2000-01.......................................... .359 2001-02.......................................... .357 1998-99.......................................... .352 1997-98.......................................... .350 1992-93.......................................... .350

Three-Point FG Pct. (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 5.

1991.................... (SWC) . ................ .428 2004................... (Big 12)..........................408 2006................... (Big 12).................. .400 1988.................... (SWC) . ................ .400 1998................... (Big 12).................. .394

Most Free Throws 1954-55........................................... 663 1994-95........................................... 583 1970-71........................................... 547 1989-90........................................... 536 1993-94........................................... 536 1955-56........................................... 528 1991-92........................................... 516 1953-54........................................... 512 2004-05........................................... 509 1964-65........................................... 507

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1951-52........................................... 345 1958-59........................................... 349 1972-73........................................... 351 1980-81........................................... 355 2007-08........................................... 364 1961-62........................................... 369 2002-03........................................... 381 1950-51........................................... 387 1973-74........................................... 394 1990-91........................................... 407 1987-88........................................... 407

Fewest Free Throws (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1951.................... (SWC) . ................. 160 1988.................... (SWC) . ................. 180 1959.................... (SWC) . ................. 186 2008................... (Big 12)................... 195 1973.................... (SWC) . ................. 198

Most FT Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1954-55........................................... 997 1994-95........................................... 815 1953-54........................................... 801 1993-94........................................... 790 1989-90........................................... 785 1955-56........................................... 767 1971-72........................................... 754 1970-71........................................... 748 2004-05........................................... 745 1995-96........................................... 725

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1955.................... (SWC) . ................. 534 1954.................... (SWC) . ................. 454 2004................... (Big 12)................... 437 1997................... (Big 12)................... 430 1971.................... (SWC) . ................. 430

Most FT Attempted (Conference)

Fewest FT Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1980-81........................................... 505 1958-59........................................... 518 1972-73........................................... 536 1951-52........................................... 545 1961-62........................................... 559 2007-08........................................... 560 2002-03........................................... 570 1973-74........................................... 572 1990-91........................................... 599 1950-51........................................... 606

Fewest FT Attempts Most Free Throws (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1955.................... (SWC) . ................. 362 1971.................... (SWC) . ................. 318 1965.................... (SWC) . ................. 313 1978.................... (SWC) . ................. 310 1997................... (Big 12)................... 305

(Conference) 1. 2. 3.

1959.................... (SWC) . ................. 285 1980.................... (SWC) . ................. 286 2008................... (Big 12)................... 289

4. 5.

1988.................... (SWC) . ................. 296 1983.................... (SWC) . ................. 296

137

Highest FT Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

1970-71...........................................731 1964-65...........................................729 1965-66...........................................718 1977-78...........................................716 1994-95...........................................715 2005-06...........................................713 2001-02...........................................713 2006-07...........................................708 1974-75...........................................704 1980-81...........................................702

Highest FT Pct. (Conference) 1. 3. 4. 5.

1966.................... (SWC) . ................ .745 1965.................... (SWC) . ................ .745 1971.................... (SWC) . ................ .740 1978.................... (SWC) . ................ .729 2002................... (Big 12) ................. .728

Lowest FT Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1952-53.......................................... .614 1951-52.......................................... .633 1995-96.......................................... .636 1953-54.......................................... .639 1950-51.......................................... .639 1986-87.......................................... .641 2007-08.......................................... .650 1981-82.......................................... .654 1972-73.......................................... .655 1976-77.......................................... .656

Lowest FT Pct. (Conference) 1. 1988.................... (SWC) . ................ .608 2. 1954.................... (SWC) . ................ .615 3. 1951.................... (SWC) . ................ .620 4. 1996.................... (SWC) . ................ .622 5. 1977.................... (SWC) . ................ .624 Big 12 Play: 2000.......................... ............................664

Most Rebounds 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

1989-90......................................... 1338 1954-55......................................... 1335 1955-56......................................... 1261 1971-72..........................................1158 2007-08..........................................1148 1970-71..........................................1137 1972-73..........................................1130 1993-94..........................................1109 2002-03..........................................1109 2001-02..........................................1105

Most Rebounds (Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1990.................... (SWC) . ................. 703 1964.................... (SWC) . ................. 639 2003................... (Big 12) .................. 638 1965.................... (SWC) . ................. 630 1971.................... (SWC) . ................. 628

Records

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Fewest Free Throws


Best Rebound Avg. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

1954-55.......................................... 55.6 1955-56.......................................... 52.5 1971-72.......................................... 44.5 1964-65.......................................... 44.2 1972-73.......................................... 43.5 1989-90.......................................... 43.2 1966-67.......................................... 43.1 1963-64.......................................... 42.6 1953-54.......................................... 42.6 1960-61.......................................... 42.5 1956-57.......................................... 42.5

Best Rebound Avg. (Conference) 1. 1956.................... (SWC) . ................ 51.0 2. 1964.................... (SWC) . ................ 45.6 3. 1954.................... (SWC) . ................ 45.3 4. 1965.................... (SWC) . ................ 45.0 5. 1971.................... (SWC) . ................ 44.8 Big 12 Play: 2003.......................... ........................... 39.9

Average Victory Margin

Rebound Margin 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1954-55........................................ +14.4 1955-56........................................ +13.5 1953-54......................................... + 8.9 1990-91......................................... + 3.7 1995-96......................................... + 3.6 2002-03.......................................... +3.0 1956-57......................................... + 2.8 1966-67......................................... + 1.0 1998-99......................................... + 0.9 1987-88......................................... + 0.8

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Rebound Margin

Average Victory Margin

(Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1956.................... (SWC) . .............. +13.9 1954.................... (SWC) . ...............+11.2 2001................... (Big 12)................. + 4.8 1996.................... (SWC) . ............... + 4.5 2003................... (Big 12) ................ + 4.4

Records

Personal Fouls 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

2007-08........................................... 700 1979-80........................................... 694 1978-79........................................... 688 1968-69........................................... 679 2006-07........................................... 678 1986-87........................................... 665 2000-01........................................... 649 1985-86........................................... 648 2004-05........................................... 648 1981-82........................................... 639

Personal Fouls

(Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2001................... (Big 12)................ +17.2 1954.................... (SWC) . .............. +16.0 1955.................... (SWC) . .............. +14.9 2002................... (Big 12)................ +13.8 1956.................... (SWC) . .............. +13.2

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2000-01........................................... 553 1990-91........................................... 546 1989-90........................................... 539 1990-00........................................... 526 2001-02........................................... 526 1991-92........................................... 498 1994-95........................................... 497 2003-04........................................... 485 1997-98........................................... 481 1985-86........................................... 477

Assists

2007................... (Big 12)................... 348 1969.................... (SWC) . ................. 337 1982.................... (SWC). .................. 332 1985.................... (SWC) . ................. 330 1984.................... (SWC) . ................. 324 2008................... (Big 12)................... 324

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2000................... (Big 12)................... 143 1999................... (Big 12)................... 137 1990.................... (SWC) . ................. 134 2002................... (Big 12)................... 128 2001................... (Big 12)....................... 124

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

2007-08........................................... 139 1989-90........................................... 137 1992-93........................................... 134 1994-95........................................... 124 1993-94............................................119 1996-97............................................114 2003-04............................................111 1990-91........................................... 108 1999-00........................................... 106 1998-99........................................... 106 1995-96........................................... 106

Blocked Shots

Blocked Shots

(Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2000................... (Big 12)................... 332 1991.................... (SWC) . ................. 327 1990.................... (SWC) . ................. 319 2001................... (Big 12)....................... 313 1998................... (Big 12)................... 310

138

1994-95........................................... 255 1989-90........................................... 249 1986-87........................................... 247 2001-02........................................... 246 1998-99........................................... 244 1985-86........................................... 239 1999-00........................................... 236 2000-01........................................... 230 1987-88........................................... 230 1991-92........................................... 226 1990-91........................................... 226

(Conference)

Assists

(Conference) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2000-01........................................ +16.0 1954-55........................................ +14.2 1953-54........................................ +14.0 1955-56.........................................+11.0 1966-67........................................ +10.0 1990-00........................................ +  9.3 1991-92......................................... + 8.9 1990-91......................................... + 8.9 2001-02......................................... + 8.9 1952-53......................................... + 6.9

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

(Conference) 1. 2. 3. 5.

1997................... (Big 12)..................... 85 1999................... (Big 12)..................... 79 1990.................... (SWC) . ................... 73 2008................... (Big 12)..................... 73 2004................... (Big 12)..................... 69


Reed Arena Records Individual

Team

Total Points

Margin of Victory

36 Curtis Jerrells, Baylor vs. Texas A&M............................... 1 / 23 / 08

High 74 (101-27)  by Texas A&M vs. Grambling State .................. 12 / 28 / 06

Field Goals

Made 13 Mike Helms, Oakland vs. Texas A&M.............................. 12 / 2 / 02 13 Joseph Jones, Texas A&M vs. Baylor.............................. 1 / 28 / 06 Attempted 23 Bernard King, Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech . ..................... 2 / 19 / 00 23 Kevin Durant, Texas vs. Texas A&M................................. 2 / 7 / 07 Percentage (minimum 10 att.) 83.3% (10-12) Shanne Jones, Texas A&M vs. North Texas......11 / 13 / 98

3-Point Field Goals

Made 8 Bernard King, Texas A&M vs. Lamar ............................ 12 /  5 / 00 8 Josh Carter, Texas A&M vs. Idaho State.........................11 / 25 / 06 8 Josh Carter, Texas A&M vs. Grambling State................ 12 / 28 / 06 Attempted 14 Bernard King, Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech . ..................... 1 / 17 / 00 Percentage (minimum 5 att.) 100% (5-5)  Josh Carter, Texas A&M vs.Grambling . ...............12 / 10 / 05

Free Throws

Made 20 Curtis Jerrells, Baylor vs. Texas A&M............................... 1 / 23 / 08 Attempted 24 Curtis Jerrells, Baylor vs. Texas A&M............................... 1 / 23 / 08

Points Most 116 (116-110)  by Baylor vs. Texas A&M ..................................... 1 / 23 / 08 Fewest 27 (27-101) by Grambling State vs. Texas A&M....................... 12 / 28 / 06 Most Combined 226 Baylor 116, Texas A&M 110 . ........................................... 1 / 23 / 08 Fewest Combined 89 Texas A&M 46, Texas 43 ...............................................  3 /   1 / 06 89 Oklahoma 45, Texas A&M 44........................................... 1 / 14 / 06 First Half _________________High _________________________ 65 by Texas A&M vs. Grambling State ............................   12 / 28 / 06    _______________________Low _________________________ 13 by Grambling State vs. Texas A&M................................ 12 / 28 / 06 13 by Saint Louis vs. Texas A&M.........................................11 / 19 / 06 argest Halftime Lead L 52 (65-13)  by Texas A&M vs. Grambling State ....................... 12 / 28 / 06 Second Half _______________High _________________________ 60 by Texas A&M vs. Baylor . ............................................... 2 / 24 / 07    _______________________Low _________________________ 14 by Grambling State vs. Texas A&M..............................   12 / 28 / 06

Percentage (minimum 10 att.) 100% (13-13) Nate Carter, Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M........... 1 / 27 / 07 100% (12-12) Acie Law, Texas A&M vs. Houston . ............. 12 /  29 / 04

Rebounds

Offensive 8 Tyray Pearson, Iowa State vs. Texas A&M....................... 1 / 28 / 01 Defensive 13 Kelvin Howell, Kansas State vs. Texas A&M.................... 1 /  6 / 01 13 Chris Mihm, Texas vs. Texas A&M.................................   2 / 20 / 99 13 Kevin Rogers, Baylor vs. Texas A&M............................... 1 / 23 / 08 Total 18 Mike Batiste, Arizona State vs. Texas A&M.................... 12 / 19 / 98 18 Kevin Rogers, Baylor vs. Texas A&M............................... 1 / 23 / 08

Field Goals Made _ ___________________High _________________________ 41 by Texas A&M vs. Texas State ...................................... 12 / 8 / 07    _______________________Low _________________________

9 by Savannah State vs. Texas A&M .............................   12 / 17 / 05

Attempted ________________High _________________________ 97 by Baylor vs. Texas A&M . ............................................... 1 / 23 / 08    _______________________Low _________________________ 27 by Savannah State vs. Texas A&M .............................   12 / 17 / 05 Percentage _ ______________High _________________________ 67.2% (41-61) by Texas A&M vs. Texas State ..................   12 / 8 / 07    _______________________Low _________________________ 19.6 % (10-51) by Grambling State vs. Texas A&M ..............   12 / 28 / 06

15 Acie Law, Texas A&M vs. Texas......................................... 2 / 5/ 07

Turnovers

Percentage / Half _ _________High _________________________ 81.0% (17-21 2nd H)  by Oklahoma State .....................................   2 / 21 / 01    _______________________Low _________________________ 15.4% (4-26)(2nd H) by Prairie View A&M vs. Texas A&M .......... 12 / 4 / 04

9 Bernard King, Texas A&M vs. Texas................................ 1 / 17 / 01 9 Chris Monroe, George Washington vs. Texas A&M........11 / 19 / 01 9 Joseph Fleger, Savannah State vs. Texas A&M............. 12 / 17 / 05

Blocked Shots 4 9 times.............................................................................................. Most Recent: 4 Damion James, Texas vs. Texas A&M.............................. 2 / 7 / 07

Steals 10 Rawle Marshall, Oakland vs. Texas A&M....................... 12 /   2 / 02

Three-Point Field Goals Made _ ___________________High _________________________ 16 by Baylor vs. Texas A&M . .............................................   1 / 28 / 06    _______________________Low _________________________ 0 by Arkansas-Little Rock vs. Texas A&M......................... 11 / 27 / 06 Attempted ________________High _________________________ 37 by Texas A&M vs. UTSA .............................................. 12 / 15 / 02 37 by Texas A&M vs. Centenary............................................ 1 / 2 / 03    _______________________Low _________________________

139

5 by Texas Tech ..............................................................  1 /   7 / 06

Records

Assists


Percentage (10 attempts) _______High _________________________ 75.0% (12-16) by Texas A&M vs. Idaho State .......................   11 / 25 / 06    _____ __________________Low _________________________ 00.0% (0-20) by Arkansas-Little Rock vs. Texas A&M ...........   11 / 27 / 06

10 by Texas A&M vs. Grambling......................................... 12 / 22 / 04 10 by Texas A&M vs. Texas State....................................... 12 / 8 / 07    _____ __________________Low _________________________

0 by many teams....................................................................... Most Recent: by Texas State vs. Texas A&M, 12/8/07

Free Throws

Made _ ___________________High _________________________ 39 by Baylor vs. Texas A&M . ............................................   1 / 23 / 08    _____ __________________Low _________________________

2 by Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M............................................ 3 /  1 / 00 2 by North Texas vs. Texas A&M........................................11 / 13 / 98 2 by Florida A&M vs. Texas A&M...................................... 12 / 29 / 07

Attempted ________________High _________________________ 59 by Texas A&M vs. Baylor . ............................................   1 / 23 / 08    _______________________Low _________________________

3 by Morris Brown ............................................................11 / 29 / 00 3 by Florida A&M vs. Texas A&M...................................... 12 / 29 / 07 3 by McNeese State vs. Texas A&M...................................11 / 9 / 07

Percentage (15 attempts) _______High _________________________  95.8% (23-24)  by Texas A&M vs. Long Island . ....................... 1 / 6 / 04    _______________________Low _________________________

Steals Total _____________________ High _________________________ 20 by Texas A&M vs. Grambling State................................ 12 / 28 / 06    _____ __________________Low _________________________

Personal Fouls

Total _____________________ High _________________________ 38 by Baylor vs. Texas A&M . ............................................... 1 / 23 / 08    _____ __________________Low _________________________

9 by Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma .......................................... 3 /   1 / 00 9 by Iowa State vs. Texas A&M ........................................   1 / 16 / 99

Combined Fouls ___________Most _________________________ 69 Texas A&M (31) vs. Tulane (38) ...................................... 1 / 23 / 08    _______________________Fewest _______________________ 22 Texas A&M (10) vs. Winthrop (12) ................................... 1 /  2 / 07

 37.5% (6-16) by Texas A&M vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff ............ 12 / 16 / 07

Rebounds Offensive _________________High _________________________ 24 by North Texas vs. Texas A&M . .....................................11 / 13 / 98    _______________________Low _________________________

0 by two opponents

2 by Texas A&M vs. Idaho State.........................................11 / 25 / 06

Defensive _________________High _________________________ 38 by Texas A&M vs. North Texas........................................11 / 13 / 98    _____ __________________Low _________________________ 12 by Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M ........................................  2 /  3 / 01 12 by Colorado vs. Texas A&M............................................. 1 / 12 / 08 Total _____________________ High _________________________ 70 by Baylor vs. Texas A&M . ............................................... 1 / 23 / 08    _____ __________________Low _________________________

Record by Year 1998-99........................................................................9-5 1999-00........................................................................5-7 2000-01........................................................................7-7 2001-02........................................................................5-9 2002-03......................................................................10-4 2003-04........................................................................5-9 2004-05......................................................................17-3 2005-06......................................................................16-2 2006-07......................................................................18-1 2007-08......................................................................16-4 Total.............................................................108-51 (.679)

Attendance

16 by Colorado vs. Texas A&M...........................................   1 / 12 / 08 Largest Margin _________________________________________ +25 (55-30)  by Kansas vs. Texas A&M.................................   1 / 16 / 99 +25 (55-30) by Texas A&M vs. UT-Permian Basin...................11/ 27/ 04

Records

Assists Total _____________________ High _________________________ 30 by Texas A&M vs. Mississippi Valley State.......................11 / 22/ 05 30 by Texas A&M vs. Jacksonville....................................... 12 / 16 / 06 30 by Texas A&M vs. Grambling State................................ 12 / 28 / 06    _____ __________________Low _________________________

5 by four opponents ........................................................................... Most Recent: by Rice vs. Texas A&M, 12/31/07

Turnovers

Total _______________________High _______________________ 34 by Savannah State vs. Texas A&M ............................... 12 / 17 / 05    _____ __________________Low _________________________

6 by Texas A&M vs. UC Irvine ......................................... 12 / 22 / 07

Largest Margin _________________________________________ +22 (30-8)  Texas A&M vs. Grambling State.......................... 12 / 28 / 06

Blocked Shots Total _____________________ High _________________________ 10 by Texas A&M vs. Nebraska............................................. 2 / 25 / 06

140

Single Game

13,584 13,555 13,203 13,196 13,187 13,176 13,158 13,151 13,136 13,051 13,048 13,016 12,926 12,811 12,634 12,633 12,611 12,255

Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma State............2/16/08 Texas A&M vs. Texas............................1/30/08 Texas A&M vs. Missouri..........................3/3/07 Texas A&M vs. Texas..............................2/5/07 Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma State............1/20/07 Texas A&M vs. Texas..............................3/1/06 Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma.......................2/2/08 Texas A&M vs. St. Joseph’s..................3/23/05 Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech....................2/26/05 Texas A&M vs. Baylor...........................2/24/07 Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma.....................1/27/07 Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma State............2/12/05 Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech....................2/13/07 Texas A&M vs. Texas............................1/12/05 Texas A&M vs. Colorado.......................1/12/08 Texas A&M vs. Texas..............................2/8/03 Texas A&M vs.Texas Tech.......................2/1/03 Texas A&M vs. LSU.................................1/5/08


1,000 Points Club 1.  Bernard King.................. 1990

8.  Claude Riley .................. 1383

Year

Year

G

FG- FGA

1999-00.......28........155- 2000-01.......30........168- 2001-02.......30........171- 2002-03.......27........141-

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

410..........85- 102.......474............ 16.9 416........142- 209.......540............ 18.0 422........122- 168.......517............ 17.2 319........139- 182.......459............ 17.0

G

FG- FGA

1979-80.......34.........68 - 1980-81.......27.......123 - 1981-82.......31.......193 - 1982-83.......29.......171 -

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

146.........43 - 55.......176.............. 5.2 262.........41 - 65.......287............ 10.6 428.......120 - 148.......506............ 16.3 329.........72 - 97.......414............ 14.2

Total ........115......... 635- 1567.........488- 680....... 1990.............. 17.3

Total ........121........ 555 - 1165........276 - 365....... 1383...............11.4

2.  Vernon Smith ................ 1778

9.  Carroll Broussard . ........ 1382

Year

Year

G

FG- FGA

1977-78.......27.......169 - 1978-79.......33.......242 - 1979-80.......32....... 211 - 1980-81.......27.......174 -

FT- FTA

360.........39 - 505.........44 - 447.........61 - 388.........51 -

Pts.

Avg.

64.......377............ 14.0 63.......528............ 16.0 82.......474............ 14.8 70.......399............ 14.7

Total ........119........ 796 - 1700........195 - 279....... 1778.............. 14.9

3.  Joseph Jones ................ 1679 Year

G

FG- FGA

2004-05.......31.......142 - 2005-06.......30.......155 - 2006-07.......34.......159 - 2007-08.......36.......132 -

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

246.......109 - 174.......394............ 12.7 305.......147 - 200.......459............ 15.3 288.......125 - 160.......455............ 13.4 274.......113 - 193.......371............ 10.3

Total ........131......... 588- 1113.........494- 727....... 1679.............. 12.8

4.  Acie Law IV .................... 1669 Year

G

FG- FGA

2003-04.......27.........75 - 2004-05.......31.......140 - 2005-06.......30.......174 - 2006-07.......34........216-

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

194.........41 - 54.......202.............. 7.5 284.........63 - 88.......371............ 12.0 388.........97 - 127.......482............ 16.1 432........144- 185.......614............ 18.1

Total ........122........ 605 - 1298........345 - 454....... 1669.............. 13.7

5.  John Beasley ................ 1594 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1963-64.......25.......121 - 271.........65 - 85.......307............ 12.3 1964-65.......24.......250 - 557.......119 - 154.......619............ 25.8 1965-66.......24.......246 - 552.......176 - 216.......668............ 27.8 Total ..........73........ 617 - 1380........360 - 455....... 1594.............. 21.8

6.  Winston Crite ................ 1576 G

FG- FGA

1983-84.......30.......105 - 1984-85.......30.......140 - 1985-86.......32.......166 - 1986-87.......31.......203 -

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

198.........56 - 83.......266.............. 8.8 247.........83 - 128.......363............ 12.1 286.........94 - 134.......426............ 13.3 362.......115 - 173 ......521............ 16.8

Total ........123......... 614- 1093.........348- 418....... 1576.............. 12.8

Year

G

Wright ................... 1495 FG- FGA

1977-78.......26.........91 - 1978-79.......33.......191 - 1979-80.......34.......188 - 1980-81.......27.......142 -

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

162.........39 - 66.......221.............. 8.5 367.........55 - 89.......437............ 13.2 382.........95 - 136.......485............ 14.1 309.........68 - 107.......352............ 13.0

Total ........120........ 612 - 1220........257 - 398....... 1495.............. 12.5

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

Total ..........72........ 493 - 1084........396 - 508....... 1382.............. 19.2

10.  Bennie Lenox .............. 1344 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1961-62.......24.........91 - 207.........73 - 97.......255............ 10.6 1962-63.......24.......189 - 401.......190 - 231.......568............ 23.7 1963-64.......25.......190 - 425.......141 - 177.......521............ 20.8 Total ..........73......... 470- 1033.........404- 505....... 1344.............. 18.4

11.  Antoine Wright ............ 1338 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

2002-03.......28.......144 - 396.........55 - 90.......406............ 14.5 2003-04.......28.......130 - 353.........72 - 115.......379............ 13.5 2004-05.......30.......193 - 385.........96 - 139.......553............ 17.8 Total ..........86......... 467- 1134.........223- 344....... 1338.............. 15.4

12.  Todd Holloway ............ 1331 Year

G

FG- FGA

1983-84.......29.......128 - 1984-85.......27....... 111 - 1985-86.......32....... 114 - 1986-87.......31.......146 -

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

294.........92 - 128.......348............ 12.0 263.........54 - 85.......276............ 10.2 253.........84 - 108.......312.............. 9.8 340.........93 - 133.......395............ 12.7

Total ........119......... 499- 1150.........323- 454....... 1331...............11.2

13.  Rudy Woods . ............... 1272 Year

G

FG- FGA

1978-79.......33.......199 - 1979-80.......34.......159 - 1980-81.......13.........48 - 1981-82.......31.......130 -

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

320.........61 - 102.......459............ 13.9 270.........55 - 95.......373............ 11.0 85.........10 - 22.......106.............. 8.2 243.........74 - 117.......334............ 10.8

Total ........ 111........ 536- 918.........200- 336....... 1272...............11.5

14.  Damon Johnson .......... 1243 Year

7.  Rynn

FG- FGA

G

FG- FGA

1991-92.......17.........97 - 1992-93.......27.......167 - 1993-94.......30....... 112 - 1994-95.......30.......104 -

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

172.........72 - 119.......266............ 15.6 288.........76 - 130.......410............ 15.2 204.........54 - 86.......278.............. 9.3 194.........81 - 111.......289.............. 9.6

Total ........104......... 480- 858.........283- 446....... 1243.............. 12.0

141

Records

Year

G

1959-60.......24.......152 - 335.......126 - 161.......430............ 17.9 1960-61.......24.......189 - 419.......160 - 198.......538............ 22.4 1961-62.......24.......152 - 330.......110 - 149.......414............ 17.3


15.  Tony McGinnis . .................1240

23. Joe Wilbert .......................1123

Year

Year

G

FG- FGA

1991-92.......28.........85 - 1992-93.......27.........99 - 1993-94.......30....... 112 - 1994-95.......30.......160 -

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

215.........52 - 77.......233.............. 8.3 178.........52 - 81.......252.............. 9.3 204.........74 - 101.......299............ 10.0 323.......129 - 165.......456............ 15.2

Total ........115......... 456- 920.........307- 424....... 1240.............. 10.8

16.  Randy Year

G

Knowles .................1222 FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1971-72.......26.......123 - 295.........86 - 114.......332............ 12.8 1972-73.......26.......183 - 403.........86 - 101.......452............ 17.4 1973-74.......26.......170 - 418.........98 - 122.......438............ 16.8

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1993-94.......30.......166 - 293.......104 - 166.......436............ 14.5 1994-95.......30.......253 - 473.......177 - 245.......687............ 22.9 Total ..........60........ 419 - 766........281 - 411....... 1123.............. 18.7

24.  Ronnie Peret .....................1113 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1966-67.......24.........93 - 227.......100 - 152.......286............ 11.9 1967-68.......24.......143 - 262.......114 - 169.......400............ 16.7 1968-69.......27.......144 - 255.......139 - 211.......427............ 15.7 Total ..........75........ 380 - 744........353 - 532........1113.............. 14.8

Total ..........78......... 476- 1116.........270- 337....... 1222.............. 15.7

17.  Shanne Jones . ..................1179 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1996-97.......27.......121 - 268.........61 - 105.......305............ 11.3 1997-98.......27.......189 - 375.......108 - 185.......487............ 18.0 1998-99.......27.......138 - 256.......110 - 175.......387............ 14.3 Total ..........81......... 448- 899.........279- 465....... 1179.............. 14.6

18. Don Marbury ......................1162 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1984-85.......29.......182 - 345.......101 - 143.......465............ 16.0 1985-86.......32.......285 - 538.......127 - 180.......697............ 21.8 Total ..........61......... 467- 883........228 - 323....... 1162.............. 19.1

19. Jeff Overhouse ..................1162 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1970-71.......26.......128 - 282.........89 - 133.......345............ 13.3 1971-72.......26.......159 - 323.......128 - 178.......446............ 17.2 1972-73.......26.......147 - 322.........77 - 109.......371............ 14.3 Total ..........78......... 434- 927........294 - 420....... 1162.............. 14.9

20.  Kenny Brown .....................1159 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1982-83.......31.......132 - 271.........26 - 34.......298.............. 9.6 1983-84.......30.......152 - 318.........51 - 70.......355............ 11.8 1984-85.......29.......209 - 418.........88 - 104.......506............ 17.4 Total ..........90......... 493- 1007.........165- 208....... 1159.............. 12.9

Records

21.  David Edwards ..................1144 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1991-92.......28.......124 - 317.......103 - 137.......387............ 13.8 1992-93.......27.......107 - 288.......113 - 167.......359............ 13.3 1993-94.......30....... 118 - 355.......124 - 164.......398............ 13.3 Total ..........85........ 349 - 960........340 - 468....... 1144.............. 13.5

25.  Josh Carter ......................1098 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

Total ........101........ 360 - 807........156 - 201....... 1098.............. 10.9

26.  Mike Heitmann ..................1089 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1967-68.......24.........69 - 172.........97 - 118.......235.............. 9.8 1968-69.......27.......136 - 277.......114 - 158.......386............ 14.3 1969-70.......24.......151 - 352.......166 - 224.......468............ 19.5 Total ..........75........ 356 - 801........377 - 500....... 1089.............. 14.5

27.  Billy Bob Barnett ..............1064 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1966-67.......24.........91 - 193.......102 - 159.......284............ 11.9 1967-68.......24....... 117 - 249.........88 - 127.......322............ 13.4 1968-69.......27.......170 - 322.......118 - 167.......458............ 17.4 Total ..........75........ 378 - 764.........308- 453....... 1064.............. 14.2

28.  Jimmie Gilbert....................1025 Year

G

FG- FGA

1982-83.......31.........73 - 1983-84.......30.........81 - 1984-85.......30.........59 - 1985-86.......32.......142 -

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

138.........47 - 101.......231.............. 7.4 164.........78 - 132.......240.............. 8.0 115.........50 - 83.......168.............. 5.6 238.......102 - 154.......386............ 12.1

Total ........123........ 355 - 655........277 - 470....... 1025................ 8.3

29. Tony Milton ........................1015 Year

G

FG- FGA

FT- FTA

Pts.

Avg.

1988-89.......30.......130 - 282.......102 - 151.......376............ 12.5 1989-90.......31.......239 - 496.......130 - 183.......639............ 20.6 Total ..........61........ 369 - 778........132 - 334....... 1015.............. 16.6

22. Lynn Suber .......................1133 Year

G

2005-06.......31.........84 - 196.........31 - 45.......256.............. 8.3 2006-07.......34.......130 - 264.........56 - 72.......402............ 11.8 2007-08.......36.......146 - 347.........69 - 84.......440............ 12.2

Avg.

1988-89.......30.......130 - 265.........41 - 47.......323............ 10.8 1989-90.......31.......164 - 397.........57 - 71.......435............ 14.0 1990-91.......29.......152 - 331.........36 - 42.......375............ 12.9 Total ..........90........ 446 - 993.........134- 160....... 1133.............. 12.6

142


500 Rebounds Club 1. Vernon Smith . ................ 978

8. .John Beasley .................. 784

Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1977-78...............................27...................227.....................8.4 1978-79...............................33...................269.....................8.1 1979-80...............................32...................240.....................7.5 1980-81...............................27...................242.....................8.9

1963-64...............................25...................237.....................9.5 1964-65...............................24...................261...................10.9 1965-66...............................24...................286...................11.9

Total ..................................... 119....................... 978......................... 8.2

2. Winston Crite ................. 913 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1983-84...............................30...................184.....................6.1 1984-85...............................30...................245.....................8.2 1985-86...............................32...................256.....................8.0 1986-87...............................31...................228.....................7.4 Total .....................................123....................... 913......................... 7.4

Total .......................................73....................... 784....................... 10.8

9. Jeff Overhouse ............... 739 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1970-71...............................26...................225.....................8.7 1971-72...............................26...................261...................10.0 1972-73...............................26...................253.....................9.7 Total .......................................78....................... 739......................... 9.5

10. .Ronnie Peret . ................. 735 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

3. Claude Riley ................... 870 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1979-80...............................34................... 116.....................3.4 1980-81...............................27...................170.....................6.2 1982-83...............................31...................317...................10.2 1983-84...............................29...................267.....................9.2 Total 121...............................870........................ 7.2..............................

3. Rynn Wright .................... 870 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1966-67...............................24...................205.....................8.5 1967-68...............................24...................267...................11.1 1968-69...............................27...................263.....................9.7 Total .......................................75....................... 735......................... 9.8

11. Randy Knowles .............. 683 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1971-72...............................26...................237.....................9.1 1972-73...............................26...................251.....................9.7 1973-74...............................26...................195.....................7.5

1977-78...............................26...................168.....................6.5 1978-79...............................33...................261.....................7.9 1979-80...............................34...................240.....................7.1 1980-81...............................27...................201.....................7.4

Total .......................................78....................... 683......................... 8.9

Total .....................................120....................... 870......................... 7.3

1968-69...............................27...................182.....................6.7 1969-70...............................24...................262...................10.9 1970-71...............................26...................236.....................9.1

5. Rudy Woods .................... 853 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1978-79...............................33...................286.....................8.7 1979-80...............................34...................259.....................7.6 1980-81...............................13.....................67.....................5.1 1981-82...............................31...................241.....................7.8 Total ..................................... 111....................... 853......................... 7.7

6. Joseph Jones ................. 843 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

Total .....................................131....................... 843......................... 6.4

Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

Total .......................................77....................... 680......................... 8.8

13. .Damon Johnson . ............ 679 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1991-92...............................17...................131.....................7.7 1992-93...............................27...................178.....................6.6 1993-94...............................30...................135.....................4.5 1994-95...............................30...................235.....................7.8 Total .....................................104....................... 679......................... 6.5

14. Carroll Broussard............ 596 Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1959-60...............................24...................175.....................7.3 1960-61...............................24...................218.....................9.1 1961-62...............................24...................203.....................8.5

7. Jimmie Gilbert ............... 803

Total .......................................72....................... 596......................... 8.3

Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

15. George Mehaffey ............ 576

1982-83...............................31...................181.....................5.8 1983-84...............................30...................228.....................7.6 1984-85...............................30...................160.....................5.3 1985-86...............................32...................234.....................7.3 Total .....................................123....................... 803......................... 6.5

Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1954-55...............................24...................180.....................7.5 1955-56...............................23...................188.....................8.2 1956-57...............................21...................208.....................9.9 Total .......................................68....................... 576......................... 8.5

143

Records

2004-05...............................31...................225.....................7.3 2005-06...............................30...................195.....................6.5 2006-07...............................34...................230.....................6.8 2007-08...............................36...................193.....................5.4

12. Steve Niles ..................... 680


16. Billy Bob Barnett . .......... 570

18. Wayne Lawrence . .......... 511

Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

1966-67...............................24...................173.....................7.2 1967-68...............................24...................159.....................6.6 1968-69...............................27...................238.....................8.8

1957-58...............................23...................171.....................7.4 1958-59...............................17...................140.....................8.2 1959-60...............................24...................200.....................8.3

Total .......................................75....................... 570......................... 7.6

Total .......................................64....................... 511......................... 8.0

17. Andy Slocum .................. 553

19. Mike Clifford ................... 511

Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

Year . ............................................... G........................... Reb..............................Avg.

2000-01...............................27.....................83.....................3.1 2001-02...............................23...................147.....................6.4 2002-03...............................14.....................78.....................5.6 2003-04...............................28...................245.....................8.8

1983-84...............................27.....................81.....................3.0 1984-85...............................29.....................93.....................3.2 1985-86...............................31................... 111.....................3.6 1986-87...............................31...................226.....................7.3

Total .......................................92....................... 553......................... 6.0

Total ..................................... 118....................... 511......................... 4.3

Records

Joseph Jones

144


250 Assists Club 1.  David Edwards .......................602

David Edwards

Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

1991-92................................ 28.................. 160....................5.7 1992-93................................ 27.................. 177....................6.6 1993-94................................ 30.................. 265....................8.8 Total ............................................. 85.......................602....................... 7.1

2.   Bernard King .........................550 Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

1999-00................................ 28...................114....................4.1 2000-01................................ 30.................. 144....................4.8 2001-02................................ 30.................. 142....................4.7 2002-03................................ 27.................. 150....................5.6 Total ............................................115.......................550....................... 4.8

3. Acie Law IV . ..........................545 Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

2003-04................................ 27.................. 104....................3.9 2004-05................................ 31.................. 153....................4.9 2005-06................................ 30...................119....................4.0 2006-07................................ 34.................. 169....................5.0 Total ........................................... 122.......................545....................... 4.5 4.  Dave

Goff ...............................535

Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

1976-77................................ 28.................. 129....................4.6 1977-78................................ 27.................. 126....................4.7 1978-79................................ 33.................. 147....................4.5 1979-80................................ 34.................. 133....................3.9 Total ........................................... 122.......................535....................... 4.4

5.  Todd Holloway .......................491 Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

1983-84................................ 29.................. 100....................3.5 1984-85................................ 27...................118....................4.4 1985-86................................ 32.................. 161....................5.0 1986-87................................ 31...................112....................3.6

8.  Freddie Ricks ................... 346 Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

1987-88................................ 31.................... 75....................2.4 1988-89................................ 30.................... 82....................2.7 1989-90................................ 31...................114....................3.7 1990-91................................ 17.................... 75....................4.4 Total ........................................... 109.......................346....................... 3.2

9.  Kyle Kessel . ..........................344 Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

1994-95................................ 30.................. 161....................5.4 1995-96................................ 27.................. 183....................6.8 Total ............................................. 57.......................344....................... 6.0

10..Darryl McDonald ..................295

Total ............................................119.......................491....................... 4.1

Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

6. Dominique Kirk ......................382

1986-87................................ 29.................... 99....................3.4 1987-88................................ 31.................. 196....................6.3

Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

Total ............................................. 60.......................295....................... 4.9

11. .Reggie Roberts ....................260 Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

7.  Tony Milton ............................368

1980-81................................ 27.................... 73....................2.7 1981-82................................ 31.................... 87....................2.8 1982-83................................ 30.................. 100....................3.3

Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

Total ............................................. 88.......................260....................... 3.0

1988-89................................ 30.................. 160....................5.3 1989-90................................ 31.................. 208....................6.7

12. Mike Clifford . .......................254

Total ........................................... 132.......................382....................... 2.9

Total ............................................. 61.......................368....................... 6.0

Year ........................................................ G........................... Ast............................Avg.

1983-84................................ 27.................... 35....................1.3 1984-85................................ 29.................... 52....................1.8 1985-86................................ 31.................... 96....................3.1 1986-87................................ 31.................... 71....................2.3 Total ............................................118.......................254....................... 2.2

145

Records

2004-05................................ 31.................... 67....................2.2 2005-06................................ 31.................... 85....................2.7 2006-07................................ 34.................. 102....................3.0 2007-08................................ 36.................. 128....................3.6


100 Steals Club 1.  David Edwards .......................228

8.  Freddie Ricks ........................137

Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

1991-92........................................28..................... 79......................2.8 1992-93........................................27..................... 69......................2.6 1993-94........................................30..................... 80......................2.7

1987-88........................................31..................... 37......................1.2 1988-89........................................30..................... 31......................1.0 1989-90........................................31..................... 49......................1.6 1990-91........................................17..................... 20......................1.2

Total...................................................... 85........................ 228.......................... 2.7

Total.................................................... 109........................ 137.......................... 1.3

2.  Todd Holloway .......................208 Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

9.  Rudy Woods ...........................129 Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

1983-84........................................29..................... 56......................1.9 1984-85........................................27..................... 37......................1.4 1985-86........................................32..................... 60......................1.9 1986-87........................................31..................... 55......................1.8

1978-79........................................33..................... 45......................1.4 1979-80........................................34..................... 29......................0.9 1980-81........................................13..................... 13......................1.0 1981-82........................................31..................... 42......................1.4

Total.................................................... 119........................ 208.......................... 1.8

Total.....................................................111........................ 129.......................... 1.2

3.  Dave Goff ...............................198

10. Dominique Kirk ....................127

Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

1976-77........................................28..................... 38......................1.4 1977-78........................................27..................... 42......................1.6 1978-79........................................33..................... 59......................1.8 1979-80........................................34..................... 59......................1.7 Total.................................................... 122........................ 198.......................... 1.6

4.  Darryl McDonald . ......................... 173 Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

1986-87........................................29..................... 83......................2.9 1987-88........................................31..................... 90......................2.9 Total...................................................... 60........................ 173.......................... 2.9

Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

2004-05........................................31..................... 29......................0.9 2005-06........................................31..................... 44......................1.4 2006-07........................................34..................... 30......................0.8 2007-08........................................36..................... 24......................0.7 Total.................................................... 132........................ 127.......................... 1.0

11. Don Marbury .........................117 Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

1984-85........................................29..................... 54......................1.9 1985-86........................................32..................... 63......................2.0 Total...................................................... 61........................ 117.......................... 1.9

5.  Reggie Roberts.......................160 Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

12. Winston Crite .......................114

1980-81........................................27..................... 31......................1.2 1981-82........................................31..................... 69......................2.2 1982-83........................................30..................... 60......................2.0

Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

Total...................................................... 88........................ 160.......................... 1.8

6. Acie Law IV ............................156

1983-84........................................30..................... 26......................0.9 1984-85........................................30..................... 31......................1.0 1985-86........................................32..................... 32......................1.0 1986-87........................................31..................... 25......................0.8 Total.................................................... 123........................ 114.......................... 0.9

Records

Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

2003-04........................................27..................... 34......................1.3 2004-05........................................31..................... 33......................1.1 2005-06........................................30..................... 50......................1.7 2006-07........................................34..................... 39......................1.2 Total.................................................... 122........................ 156.......................... 1.3

13.  Tony McGinnis ......................113 Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

1991-92........................................28..................... 19......................0.7 1992-93........................................27..................... 22......................0.8 1993-94........................................30..................... 29......................1.0 1994-95........................................30..................... 43......................1.4 Total.................................................... 115........................ 113.......................... 1.0

7.  Bernard King .........................152 Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

14. Joseph Jones .......................108

1999-00........................................28..................... 45......................1.6 2000-01........................................30..................... 44......................1.5 2001-02........................................30..................... 31......................1.0 2002-03........................................27..................... 32......................1.2

Year......................................................................G...............................Stl...............................Avg.

Total.................................................... 115........................ 152.......................... 1.3

2004-05........................................31..................... 23......................0.7 2005-06........................................30..................... 46......................1.5 2006-07........................................34..................... 39......................1.2 Total...................................................... 95........................ 108.......................... 1.1

146


100 Blocked Shots Club 1. Winston Crite ............................... 200

3. Jimmie Gilbert ............................. 145

Year ...........................................................G............................ Blk.........................Avg.

Year ...........................................................G............................ Blk.........................Avg.

1983-84.....................................30..................... 28................... 0.9 1984-85.....................................30..................... 65................... 2.2 1985-86.....................................32..................... 45................... 1.4 1986-87.....................................31..................... 62................... 2.0

1982-83.....................................31..................... 63................... 2.0 1983-84.....................................30..................... 43................... 1.4 1984-85.....................................30..................... 20................... 0.7 1985-86.....................................32..................... 19................... 0.6

Total ..............................................123....................... 200..................... 1.6

Total ..............................................123....................... 145..................... 1.2

2. Rudy Woods .................................. 192

4. Calvin Davis . ................................ 110

Year ...........................................................G............................ Blk.........................Avg.

Year ...........................................................G............................ Blk.........................Avg.

1978-79.....................................33..................... 65................... 2.0 1979-80.....................................34..................... 68................... 2.0 1980-81.....................................13..................... 14................... 1.1 1982-83.....................................31..................... 45................... 1.5

1995-96.....................................27..................... 42................... 1.6 1996-97.....................................27..................... 38................... 1.4 1997-98.....................................13..................... 30................... 2.3 Total ................................................67....................... 110..................... 1.6

Total ..............................................111....................... 192..................... 1.7

5. David Harris ................................. 108 Year ...........................................................G............................ Blk.........................Avg.

1989-90.....................................31................... 108................... 3.5 Total ................................................31....................... 108..................... 3.5

Conference Leaders Season Scoring

Year

Player

1985-86 1965-66 1964-65 1962-63 1960-61

Don Marbury.....................32............697..........21.8 John Beasley....................24............668..........27.8 John Beasley....................24............619..........25.8 Bennie Lenox....................24............568..........23.7 Carroll Broussard..............24............538..........22.4

Year

Games

Pts.

Avg.

Conference Scoring Player

Games

Pts.

Conference Steals Player

1998

Player

2005 2007

Player

1968

Ronnie Peret.....................14............167..........11.9

Games

Stl.

Games

3Pt.-Att.

Pct.

Avg.

Year

Season Steals

Avg.

Antoine Wright..................31..........71-159........447 Josh Carter.......................34..........86-172........500

Conference 3-Pt. Pct.

Year

Player

1997 1998 2005 2007

Tracey Anderson...............16...........25-56.........446 Michael Schmidt...............16...........26-61.........426 Antoine Wright..................16...........39-87.........448 Josh Carter.......................16...........41-81.........506

Conference Rebounding Reb.

Stl.

Season 3-Pt. Pct.

Year

John Beasley....................14............429.........  30.6 John Beasley....................14............395..........28.2 Bennie Lenox....................14............352..........25.1 Carroll Broussard..............14............339..........24.2 Ox Darby..........................20............184.........   9.2 A.C. Forbes......................16............123.........   7.7

Games

Games

Brian Barone.....................15............. 39............  2.6

Avg.

Year

Player

1997-98

Steve Houston................27.............67............ 2.5

Player

1993-94 1995-96

Year

1994 1996

147

3Pt.-Att.

Season Assists

Year

Avg.

Games

Games

Ast.

Pct.

Avg.

David Edwards.................30........ 265...........8.8 Kyle Kessel......................27........ 183...........6.8

Conference Assists Player

Games

Ast.

Avg.

David Edwards...................... 14..........132........ 9.4 Kyle Kessel............................ 14...........91......... 6.5

Records

1966 1965 1963 1961 1924 1920

Year


Annual Statistical Leaders

Records

Scoring Year

Player

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

Jamie Dawson, g.............. n/a............ n/a.........17.0 Bill Batey, g........................ 25........... 263.........10.5 Bill Batey, g........................ 24........... 250.........10.4 John DeWitt, g.................. n/a............ n/a......... 11.9 Jewell McDowell, g............ 25........... 350.........13.0 Walter Davis, c................... 29........... 352.........12.2 Walter Davis, c................... 24........... 363.........15.1 Leroy Miksch, f................... 19........... 249.........13.1 James Addison, f............... 22........... 312.........14.2 Bill Brophy, f....................... 24........... 336.........14.0 Ken Hutto, g....................... 21........... 308.........14.7 Neil Swisher, g................... 24........... 304.........12.6 Neil Swisher, g................... 24........... 322.........13.4 Neil Swisher, g................... 24........... 358.........14.9 Carroll Broussard, f............ 24........... 430.........17.9 Carroll Broussard, f............ 24........... 538.........22.4 Carroll Broussard, f............ 24........... 414.........17.3 Bennie Lenox, g................. 24........... 568.........23.7 Bennie Lenox, g................. 25........... 521.........20.8 John Beasley, c.................. 24........... 619.........25.8 John Beasley, c.................. 24........... 668.........27.8 Ronnie Peret, c.................. 24........... 286......... 11.9 Ronnie Peret, c.................. 24........... 400.........16.7 Billy Bob Barnett, f............. 24........... 422.........17.6 Mike Heitmann, f................ 24........... 468.........19.5 Steve Niles, c..................... 26........... 364.........14.0 Jeff Overhouse, c............... 26........... 446.........17.2 Randy Knowles, f............... 26........... 452.........17.4 Randy Knowles, f............... 26........... 437.........16.8 Sonny Parker, f.................. 26........... 382.........14.7 Sonny Parker, f.................. 26........... 541.........20.8 Steve Jones, f.................... 26........... 439.........16.9 Willie Foreman, f................ 26........... 395.........15.2 Vernon Smith, f.................. 33........... 528.........16.0 Vernon Smith, f.................. 32........... 483.........15.1 Vernon Smith..................... 27........... 379.........14.7 Claude Riley, c................... 31........... 506.........16.3 Claude Riley, c................... 31........... 414.........14.2 Todd Holloway, g................ 24........... 348.........12.0 Kenny Brown, g................. 29........... 506.........17.4 Don Marbury, g.................. 32........... 697.........21.8 Winston Crite, f.................. 31........... 521.........16.8 Darryl McDonald, g............ 31........... 496.........16.0 Donald Thompson, f.......... 30........... 536.........17.9 Tony Milton, g..................... 31........... 639.........20.6 Brooks Thompson, g.......... 29........... 421.........14.5 David Edwards, g............... 28........... 387.........13.8

Games

Pts.

Avg.

1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Damon Johnson, f.............. 27........... 410.........15.2 Joe Wilbert, f...................... 30........... 436.........14.5 Joe Wilbert, f...................... 30........... 687.........22.9 Tracey Anderson, g............ 24........... 318.........13.3 Calvin Davis, f.................... 27........... 358.........13.3 Shanne Jones, f................. 27........... 487.........18.0 Clifton Cook, g................... 27........... 421.........15.6 Bernard King, g.................. 28........... 474.........16.9 Bernard King, g.................. 30........... 540.........18.0 Bernard King, g.................. 30........... 517.........17.2 Bernard King, g.................. 27........... 459.........17.0 Antoine Wright, g/f............. 28........... 379.........13.5 Antoine Wright, g/f............. 31........... 553.........17.8 Acie Law IV, g.................... 30........... 482.........16.1 Acie Law IV, g.................... 34........... 614.........18.1 Josh Carter, g.................... 36........... 440.........12.2

Rebounding Year

Player

1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

Walter Davis, c................... 24...........254........10.6 Leroy Miksch, f................... 19...........189........10.0 James Addison, f............... 22...........192..........8.7 Bill Brophy, f....................... 24...........186..........7.8 George Mehaffey, f............ 23...........188..........8.2 George Mehaffey, f............ 21...........208..........9.9 Archie Carroll, c................. 24...........183..........7.6 Archie Carroll, c................. 24...........171..........7.1 Wayne Lawrence, c........... 24...........200..........8.3 Carroll Broussard, f............ 24...........218..........9.1 Jerry Windham, c............... 16...........152........10.8 Jerry Windham, c............... 21...........222........10.2 John Beasley, c.................. 25...........237..........9.5 John Beasley, c.................. 24...........263........10.9 John Beasley, c.................. 24...........286........11.9 Ronnie Peret, c.................. 24...........205..........8.5 Ronnie Peret, c.................. 24...........267........11.1 Ronnie Peret, c.................. 24...........234..........9.8 Steve Niles, c..................... 24...........262........10.9 Steve Niles, c..................... 26...........236..........9.1 Jeff Overhouse, c............... 26...........261........10.0 Jeff Overhouse, c............... 26...........253..........9.7 Cedric Joseph, c................ 25...........233..........9.3 Barry Davis, c.................... 26...........191..........7.3 Barry Davis, c.................... 26...........255..........9.8 Wally Swanson, c.............. 26...........226..........8.7 Vernon Smith, f.................. 26...........219..........8.4 Rudy Woods, c.................. 33...........286..........8.7 Rudy Woods, c.................. 34...........259..........7.6 Vernon Smith, f.................. 27...........242..........8.9 Claude Riley, c................... 31...........317........10.2

148

Games

Reb.

Avg.


1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Claude Riley, c................... 31...........267..........9.2 Jimmie Gilbert, c................ 30...........228..........7.6 Winston Crite, f.................. 30...........245..........8.2 Winston Crite, f.................. 32...........256..........8.0 Winston Crite, f.................. 31...........228..........7.4 Donald Thompson, f.......... 31...........231..........7.5 Donald Thompson, f.......... 30...........237..........7.9 David Harris, c................... 31...........242..........7.8 Shedrick Anderson, c......... 28...........182..........6.5 Damon Johnson, f.............. 17...........131..........7.7 Damon Johnson, f.............. 27...........178..........6.6 Brett Murry, f...................... 26...........172..........6.6 Damon Johnson, f.............. 30...........235..........7.8 Dario Quesada, f................ 27...........160..........5.9 Calvin Davis, f.................... 27...........190..........7.0 Shanne Jones, f . .............. 27...........182..........6.7 Shanne Jones, f................. 27...........162..........6.0 Aaron Jack, f...................... 28...........176..........6.5 Keith Bean, c..................... 30...........165..........5.5 Andy Slocum, c.................. 23...........147..........6.4 Antoine Wright, g/f............. 28...........186..........6.6 Andy Slocum, c.................. 28...........245..........8.8 Joseph Jones, f.................. 31...........225..........7.3 Joseph Jones, f.................. 31...........195..........6.5 Joseph Jones, f.................. 34...........230..........6.8 DeAndre Jordan, c............. 36...........210..........6.0

FG Percentage (minimum 100 attempts) Player

Walter Davis, c......................139-307.......... .453 Leroy Miksch, f........................77-194.......... .397 James Addison, f....................91-210.......... .433 Bill Brophy, f.......................... 113-293.......... .386 Fritzie Connally, f....................74-161.......... .459 Neil Swisher, g...................... 114-297.......... .384 Neil Swisher, g......................122-304.......... .401 Neil Swisher, g......................131-284.......... .461 Lewis Qualls, c........................58-128.......... .453 Jerry Windham, c....................59-121.......... .488 Bennie Lenox, g....................189-401.......... .471 Tim Timmerman, f...................64-129.......... .496 Ken Norman, f.......................109-223.......... .489 Tim Timmerman, f...................52-101.......... .515 Billy Bob Barnett, f..................91-193.......... .472 Ronnie Peret, c.....................143-262.......... .546 Ronnie Peret, c.....................144-255.......... .567 Chuck Smith, g.....................100-198.......... .505 Steve Niles, c........................141-272.......... .518 Rick Duplantis, c..................... 61-119.......... .513 Cedric Joseph, c.....................84-166.......... .506 Jerry Mercer, c...................... 111-200.......... .555 Webb Williams, f.....................87-163.......... .534 Sonny Parker, f.....................236-465.......... .507

FG-ATT.

Pct.

Willie Foreman, f...................126-224.......... .563 Rynn Wright, f.........................91-162.......... .562 Rudy Woods, c........................61-102.......... .598 Rudy Woods, c......................159-270.......... .588 Claude Riley, c......................123-262.......... .469 Rudy Woods, c......................130-243.......... .534 Lowell McHenry, f....................71-123.......... .577 Winston Crite, f.....................105-198.......... .530 Winston Crite, f.....................140-247.......... .567 Jimmie Gilbert, c...................142-238.......... .597 Winston Crite, f.....................203-362.......... .561 Paul Crawford, g..................... 71-110.......... .645 Donald Thompson, f..............227-394.......... .576 Darren Rhea, f...................... 115-222.......... .518 Rashone Lewis, f..................136-251.......... .542 Damon Johnson, f...................97-172.......... .564 Damon Johnson, f.................167-288.......... .580 Joe Wilbert, f.........................166-293.......... .567 Joe Wilbert, f.........................104-194.......... .536 Gary Nottingham, f..................90-147.......... .612 Calvin Davis, f.......................134-248.......... .540 Larry Thompson, c..................84-154.......... .545 Shanne Jones, f....................138-256.......... .539 Aaron Jack, f...........................85-136.......... .625 Carlton Brown, f.................... 111-215.......... .516 Keith Bean, c/f........................77-124.......... .621 Keith Bean, c/f..........................64-99.......... .646 Andy Slocum, c.......................86-182.......... .473 Joseph Jones, c....................142-246.......... .577 Antanas Kavaliauskas, c.........79-135.......... .585 Antanas Kavaliauskas, c.......164-296.......... .554 DeAndre Jordan, c................ 113-183.......... .617

3-Point FG Pct. (minimum 40 attempts)

149

Year

Player   Att.

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

Keron Graves, g......................22-  76......... .289 Freddie Ricks, g......................22-  58......... .379 Darren Rhea, f........................20-  43......... .465 Lynn Suber, g.......................... 50-117......... .427 Lynn Suber, g..........................35-  84......... .417 Chuck Henderson, g...............40-  95......... .421 Chuck Henderson, g...............40-103......... .388 Chuck Henderson, g...............67-165......... .406 Corey Henderson, g................39-123......... .317 Derrick Hart, g.........................74-195......... .379 Tracey Anderson, g................. 47-110......... .427 Steve Houston, g....................26-  74......... .351 Jerald Brown, g.......................27- 77......... .351 Larry Scott, f........................... 42-117......... .359 Bernard King, g.......................62-196......... .316 Jesse King, f...........................19- 46......... .413 Kevin Turner, g........................44-109......... .404 Kevin Turner, g........................43-100......... .430

Pct.

Records

Year

1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76

1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08


2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Bobby Leach, g.......................32- 66......... .485 Dominique Kirk, g...................52-129......... .403 Josh Carter, g.........................86-172......... .500 Dominique Kirk, g................... 46-113......... .407

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

FT Percentage

Records

(minimum 50 attempts) Year

Player

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

John DeWitt, f.........................32-  50........... .640 Walter Davis, c........................85-134........... .634 Don Binford, g.........................52-  68........... .765 Pat McCrory, g........................45-  57........... .790 John Fortenberry, f................ 113-155........... .729 Ken Hutto, g............................98-122........... .803 Ken Hutto, g............................ 90-115........... .783 Neil Swisher, g........................78-  94........... .830 Neil Swisher, g........................ 96-119........... .806 Carroll Broussard, f...............160-198........... .808 Benny Johnson, f....................56-  66........... .848 Bennie Lenox, g....................190-231........... .829 Bennie Lenox, g....................141-177........... .796 Paul Timmins, g....................102-124........... .823 John Beasley, c.....................176-216........... .815 Johnny Underwood, g.............47-  65........... .727 Mike Heitmann, f...................   97-118........... .822 Sonny Benefield, g..................55-  74........... .744 Bill Cooksey, f.........................42-  51........... .808 Steve Niles, c........................   82-119........... .689 Randy Knowles, f..................   86-114........... .754 Randy Knowles, f..................  86-101........... .851 Randy Knowles, f..................  98-122........... .803 Mike Floyd, g..........................77-  89........... .865 Sonny Parker, f.....................  89-116........... .767 Willie Foreman, f...................  84-103........... .816 Willie Foreman, f.....................65-  76........... .855 Vernon Smith, f.......................44-  63........... .698 Claude Riley, c........................43-  55........... .782 Vernon Smith, f.......................51-  70........... .729 Claude Riley, c......................120-148.............811 Tyren Naulls, g..................... 111 -140........... .792 Kenny Brown, g.....................51 -  70........... .729 Kenny Brown, g...................  88 -104........... .846 Todd Holloway, g..................  84 -108........... .778 Paul Crawford, g....................51 -  70........... .729 Doug Dennis, c......................48 -  62........... .774 Doug Dennis, c......................45 -  59........... .763 Lynn Suber, g.........................57 -  71........... .803 Isaac Brown, g.......................66 -  82........... .805 David Edwards, g.................103 -137........... .752 Chuck Henderson, g..............38 -  52........... .731 David Edwards, g.................124 -164........... .756 Tony McGinnis, f..................129 -165........... .782 Dario Quesada, f....................53 -  62........... .855 Tracey Anderson, g................51 -  67........... .761 Calvin Davis, f........................46 -  57........... .807 Michael Schmidt, g................40 - 52........... .769 Jamaal Gilchrist, g.................72 - 94........... .766 Andy Leatherman, g..............50 -  64........... .781

Ft-  Att.

Pct.

Bradley Jackson, g................45 -  60........... .750 Bradley Jackson, g................57 - 71........... .803 Jesse King, f..........................97 -123........... .789 Chris Walker, f........................52 - 67........... .776 Acie Law IV, g.........................97-127........... .764 Joseph Jones, f.....................125-160........... .781 Josh Carter, g...........................69-84........... .821

Assists Year

Player

1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Mario Brown, g...................25...........115..........4.6 Mario Brown, g...................26...........105..........4.1 Mike Floyd, g.....................23..........   83..........3.6 Mike Floyd, g.....................27..........   65..........2.4 Sonny Parker, f..................27..........   97..........3.6 Dave Goff, g.......................28...........129..........4.6 Dave Goff, g.......................27...........126..........4.7 Dave Goff, g.......................33...........147..........4.5 Dave Goff, g.......................34...........133..........3.9 Reggie Roberts, g..............27..........   73..........2.7 Tyren Naulls, g...................31..........   95..........3.1 Tyren Naulls, g...................31...........141..........4.6 Todd Holloway, g................29...........100..........3.5 Todd Holloway, g................27...........118..........4.4 Todd Holloway, g................32...........161..........5.0 Todd Holloway, g................31...........112..........3.6 Darryl McDonald, g............31...........196..........6.3 Tony Milton, g.....................30...........160..........5.3 Tony Milton, g.....................31...........208..........6.7 Brooks Thompson, g..........29...........165..........5.7 David Edwards, g...............28...........160..........5.7 David Edwards, g...............27...........177..........6.6 David Edwards, g...............30...........265..........8.8 Kyle Kessel, g....................30...........161..........5.4 Kyle Kessel, g....................27...........183..........6.8 Tracey Anderson, g............27...........104..........3.9 Brian Barone, g..................26...........125..........4.8 Clifton Cook, g...................27...........156..........5.8 Bernard King, g..................28...........114..........4.1 Bernard King, g..................30...........144..........4.8 Bernard King, g..................30...........142..........4.7 Bernard King, g..................27...........150..........5.6 Acie Law IV, g....................28...........104..........3.7 Acie Law IV, g....................31...........153..........4.9 Acie Law IV, g....................30...........119..........4.0 Acie Law IV, g....................34...........169..........5.0 Dominique Kirk, g..............36...........128..........3.6

Games 

No.

Avg.

Blocked Shots Year

Player

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78

Cedric Joseph, c............... 27..............15.......... 0.6 Jerry Mercer, c.................. 27..............15.......... 0.6 Sonny Parker, f................. 27..............20.......... 0.7 Keith Carter, f.................... 27..............19.......... 0.7 Vernon Smith, f................. 27..............11.......... 0.4

150

Games

No.

Avg.


1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Rudy Woods, c................. 33..............65.......... 2.0 Rudy Woods, c................. 34..............68.......... 2.0 Rynn Wright, c.................. 27..............30.......... 1.1 Rudy Woods, c................. 15..............45.......... 3.0 Jimmie Gilbert, c............... 31..............63.......... 2.0 Jimmie Gilbert, c............... 30..............43.......... 1.4 Winston Crite, f................. 30..............65.......... 2.2 Winston Crite, f................. 32..............45.......... 1.4 Winston Crite, f................. 31..............62.......... 2.0 Darryl McDonald, g........... 31..............16.......... 0.5 Ray Little, f........................ 30..............25.......... 0.8 David Harris, c.................. 31............108.......... 3.5 Shedrick Anderson, f......... 28..............41.......... 1.5 Shedrick Anderson, f......... 18..............19.......... 1.1 Brett Murry, f..................... 27..............25.......... 0.9 Tony McGinnis, g.............. 30..............15.......... 0.5 Joe Wilbert, f..................... 30..............22.......... 0.7 Calvin Davis, f................... 27..............42.......... 1.6 Calvin Davis, f................... 27..............38.......... 1.4 Calvin Davis, f................... 13..............30.......... 2.3 Joe White, c...................... 27..............24.......... 0.9 Bernard King, g................. 28..............11.......... 0.4 Nick Anderson, f................ 30..............27.......... 0.9 Nick Anderson, f................ 31..............33.......... 1.1 Antoine Wright, g/f............ 28..............20.......... 0.7 Antoine Wright, g/f............ 28................8.......... 0.3 Joseph Jones, c................ 31..............39.......... 1.3 Marlon Pompey, f.............. 31..............30.......... 1.0 Joseph Jones, f................. 34..............26.......... 0.8 DeAndre Jordan, c............ 36..............44.......... 1.2

Bryan Davis

Steals Player

Barry Davis, f....................... 27............31..........1.2 Sonny Parker, f.................... 27............66..........2.4 Dave Goff, g......................... 28............38..........1.4 Dave Goff, g......................... 27............42..........1.6 Dave Goff, g......................... 33............59..........1.8 Dave Goff, g......................... 34............59..........1.7 Reggie Roberts, g................ 27............31..........1.2 Rynn Wright, g..................... 27............31..........1.2 Reggie Roberts, g................ 31............69..........2.2 Reggie Roberts, g................ 30............60..........2.0 Darnell Williams, g............... 27............65..........2.4 Don Marbury, g.................... 29............54..........1.9 Don Marbury, g.................... 32............63..........2.0 Darryl McDonald, g.............. 29............83..........2.9 Darryl McDonald, g.............. 31............90..........2.9 Tony Milton, g....................... 30............50..........1.7 Freddie Ricks, g................... 31............49..........1.6 Brooks Thompson, g............ 29............60..........2.1 David Edwards, g................. 28............79..........2.8 David Edwards, g................. 27............69..........2.6 David Edwards, g................. 30............80..........2.7

Games

No.

Avg.

1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

151

Tony McGinnis, g................. 30............43..........1.4 Tracey Anderson, g.............. 27............47..........1.7 Tracey Anderson, g.............. 27............51..........1.9 Steve Houston, g................. 27............67..........2.5 Clifton Cook, g..................... 27............67..........2.5 Jamaal Gilchrist, g............... 28............55..........2.0 Bernard King, g.................... 30............44..........1.8 Bernard King, g.................... 30............31..........1.0 Antoine Wright, g/f............... 28............35..........1.3 Leandro G.-Morales, g......... 27............36..........1.3 Antoine Wright, g/f............... 31............36..........1.2 Acie Law IV, g...................... 30............50..........1.7 Acie Law IV, g...................... 34............39..........1.2 Joseph Jones, f.................... 34............39..........1.2 Bryan Davis, g..................... 36............35..........1.0

Records

Year

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94


Texas A&M’s Top Tandems (Each player 12.5 ppg minimum)

Players (Points) Year

Total  Points

1. Joe Wilbert (687) and Tony McGinnis (456)..............1994-95....... 1,143 2. Don Marbury (697) and Winston Crite (426).............1985-86....... 1,123 3. Acie Law IV (614) and Joseph Jones (455)...............2006-07....... 1,096 4. Tony Milton (639) and Lynn Suber (435)...................1989-90....... 1,074 5. Sonny Parker (561) and Barry Davis (437)...............1975-76.......... 998 6. Vernon Smith (528) and Rudy Woods (459)..............1978-79*......... 987 7. Vernon Smith (474) and Rynn Wright (485)..............1979-80.......... 959 8. Antoine Wright (553) and Joseph Jones (394)..........2004-05#........ 947 9. Acie Law IV (482) and Joseph Jones (459)...............2005-06.......... 941 10. Darryl McDonald (496) and Donald Thompson (432)...... 1987-88.......... 928 11. Billy Bob Barnett (458) and Ronnie Peret (427)......1968-69*......... 885 12. Bernard King (459) and Antoine Wright (406).........2002-03.......... 865 13. Carroll Broussard (538) and Don Stanley (319)......1960-61.......... 857

Players (Points) Year

Total  Points

14. Joe Wilbert (436) and David Edwards (398)............1993-94.......... 843 15. Randy Knowles (452) and Jeff Overhouse (371)....1972-73@...... 823 16. Jeff Overhouse (446) and Mario Brown (365).........1971-72.......... 811 17. Clifton Cook (421) and Shanne Jones (387)...........1998-99.......... 808 18. Mike Heitmann (468) and Steve Niles (335)............1969-70.......... 803 19. Willie Foreman (401) and Vernon Smith (377)........1977-78.......... 778 20. Damon Johnson (410) and David Edwards (359)...1992-93.......... 769 21. Sonny Parker (396) and Barry Davis (359).............1974-75.......... 755 22. Vernon Smith (399) and Rynn Wright (352)............1980-81.......... 751 23. Ronnie Peret (400) and Billy Bob Barnett (322)......1967-68.......... 722 * # @ #

Rynn Wright scored 437 points in 1978-79 Mike Heitmann scored 386 points in 1968-69 Mario Brown scored 349 points in 1972-73 Acie Law IV scored 371 points in 2004-05

Records

Joseph Jones and Acie Law IV

152


Balanced Scoring Four or More Players Averaging Between 11-20 PPG 1979-80: Vernon Smith (14.8) Rynn Wright (14.1) David Britton (12.0) Rudy Woods (11.0)

1990-91:

2006-07:

Brooks Thompson (14.5) Lynn Suber (12.9) Shedrick Anderson (12.1) Isaac Brown (12.0 Rashone Lewis (11.4)

Acie Law IV (18.1) Joseph Jones (13.4) Antanas Kavaliauskas (11.9) Josh Carter (11.8)

The 1975 Aggies (Barry Davis in center, John Thornton on right) celebrate by drenching Coach Metcalf in the showers after clinching the conference title with a win against Arkansas.

Records

153


FTM-FTA

519-820 539-753 477-702 517-757 436-637 406-588 376-577 522-778 358-534 459-666 377-651 337-545 353-515 534-770 525-763 415-632 421-661 358-564 414-609 419-591 441-644 462-750 522-749 471-696 457-719 416-635 481-694 272-429 462-660 406-639 326-480 392-564 404-555 470-663 393-552 416-580 490-775 452-710 507-716 582-859 540-726 409-619 510-714 491-686 447-632 521-716 385-565 454-629

Pct.

35.9 42.2 36.1 39.1 32.5 36.3 32.5 29.7 31.9 31.0 30.8 33.8 33.0 29.3 30.2 33.1 31.7 37.4 36.1 32.9 33.3 25.6 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

211-588 215-510 203-563 195-499 171-526 197-543 179-550 129-434 179-562 162-522 127-413 123-364 164-497 95-324 124-410 97-293 121-382 130-348 162-449 74-225 83-249 46-180 —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  — 

46.7 49.8 44.6 48.6 41.5 42.7 41.0 42.3 41.2 41.1 42.7 42.3 43.9 46.6 45.1 46.8 43.2 48.4 44.8 50.6 49.5 46.3 51.0 49.1 45.8 50.3 46.9 46.3 48.9 48.5 44.8 43.9 46.0 46.8 45.3 45.8 42.7 42.5 46.7 47.8 46.1 41.1 44.6 43.9 43.4 43.1 42.0 41.9

909-1945 908-1823 725-1627 785-1614 703-1693 706-1653 730-1781 716-1692 644-1565 625-1519 761-1781 647-1528 649-1477 796-1709 806-1789 672-1437 646-1496 793-1640 971-2168 888-1756 812-1639 784-1695 835-1638 800-1629 712-1554 898-1782 879-1873 735-1585 932-1906 1039-2144  862-1926 818-1863 939-2043 838-1792 874-1930 873-1905 769-1794 736-1730 664-1422 771-1612 693-1503 561-1367 732-1640 717-1631 687-1584 618-1435 613-1461 648-1547

36 34 31 31 28 28 31 30 28 27 27 27 27 30 30 27 28 29 31 30 31 31 32 30 30 31 31 27 34 33 27 28 27 27 26 26 26 26 24 27 24 24 24 24 25 24 24 24

2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 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

Reb-Avg.

PF-DQ

611-11 1402-38.9 63.3 663-22 1209-35.6 71.6 668-21 993-32.0 67.9 698-30 1097-35.4 68.3 595-11 1065-38.0 68.4 553-12 1024-36.6 69.0 635-18 1137-36.7 65.2 650-27 1114-37.1 67.1 528-10 996-35.6 67.0 574-16 994-36.8 68.9 581-23 1096-40.6 57.9 600-31 1004-37.2 61.8 607-34 68.5   887-32.9 686-29 1147-38.2 69.4 681-28 1142-38.1 68.8 568-27 65.7   919-34.0 598-26 63.7   989-35.3 63.5   916-31.6   21-12 654-37 1323-42.7 68.0 628-31 1051-35.0 70.9 587-20 68.5   988-31.9 630-27 1142-36.8 61.6 687-30 1107-34.6 69.7 612-22 1051-35.0 67.7 618-22 1044-34.8 63.5 626-27 1108-35.7 65.5 606-31 1128-36.3 69.3 505-24 63.4   984-36.6 519-19 1239-36.4 70.0 694-22 1261-38.2 63.5 640-25 1137-42.1 67.9 681-39 1136-40.6 69.5 629-33 1248-46.2 72.8 662-30 1113-41.2 70.9 569-18 1264-48.6 71.2 546-24 1306-50.2 71.7 566-26 1354-52.1 63.2 554-26 1221-47.0 63.7 478-23 1105-46.1 70.8 548-17 1309-48.5 67.7 493-22 1112-46.4 74.4 497-22 1010-42.1 66.2 503-21 1224-51.0 71.4 535-24 1105-46.0 71.6 509-15 1164-46.6 70.7 492-30 1119-46.6 72.8 436-16 1107-46.1 68.1 437-14 1118-46.6 72.2

Pct.

Full Season Totals

3PM-3PA

Pct.

FGM-FGA

G

Year

Records Pts.-Avg.

2548-70.8 2570-75.6 2130-68.7 2282-73.6 2013-71.9 2015-72.0 2115-65.0 2083-69.4 1825-65.2 1871-69.3 2026-75.0 1754-65.0 1815-67.2 2221-74.0 2261-75.4 1856-68.7 1834-65.5 2074-71.5 2518-81.2 2269-75.6 2148-69.3 2076-67.0 2192-68.5 2071-69.0 1881-62.7 2220-71.6 2239-72.2 1742-64.5 2326-68.4 2484-75.2 2050-75.9 2028-72.4 2282-84.5 2146-79.5 2141-82.3 2162-83.2 2028-78.0 1924-74.0 1835-76.5 2124-79.0 1926-80.2 1531-63.8 1974-82.3 1925-80.2 1821-72.8 1757-73.2 1611-67.1 1749-72.9

TO

458 415 416 434 417 417 533 487 475 481 450 471 450 566 452 408 478 487 469 447 519 499 504 390 476 457 382 346 715 496 423 456 432 480 494 451 451 — — — — — — — — — — —

STL

158 224 266 200 173 170 163 180 205 217 288 233 231 204 226 200 200 194 211 209 248 166 242 204 250 223 253 162 234 1140 181 172 261 178 — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

BLK

145 111 94 107 35 59 113 71 54 73 94 83 96 67 60 52 50 71 181 77 49 103 104 121 — — 91 90 148 124 40 49 75 66 — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

AST

486 591 509 507 415 447 458 395 394 381 462 407 419 482 544 433 419 498 519 447 467 455 563 460 421 480 460 372 446 549 360 398 423 303 368 363 359 — — — — — — — — — — —

Team Statistics By Year

154


79 86 133 80 83 91 59 106 117 136 56 55 38 48 20 37 54 45 27 38

292-7 330-15 328-11 367-19 363-6 326-9 313-8 350-13 298-7 342-9

344-  794 14 373-  808 14 390-  808 14 343-  738 14 328-  743 14 434-  865 16 16   505-1118  462-  936 16 405-  824 16 389-  874 16 415-  811 16 424-  842 16 365-  799 16 458-  903 16 453-  947 16 437-  934 16 422-  800 16 16   480-1022  16   487-1121  459-1043 16 538-1151 16 447- 912 14

1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

43.3 46.2 48.3 46.5 44.1 50.2 45.2 49.4 49.2 44.5 51.2 50.4 45.6 50.7 47.8 46.7 52.7 47.0 43.4 44.0 46.7 49.0

Pct.

Reb-Avg.

468-33.4 551-39.4 507-36.2 475-33.9 477-34.1 462-28.9 642-40.1 539-33.7 493-30.8 517-32.3 538-33.6 552-34.5 500-31.2 537-33.5 575-35.9 606-37.8 490-30.6 583-36.4 649-40.6 632-39.5 707-44.2 575-41.1

Pct.

69.8 70.2 68.8 66.8 62.5 59.2 71.4 69.6 65.3 56.2 67.2 68.9 66.4 61.4 73.8 64.2 72.8 65.4 63.9 70.8 71.1 70.5

FTM-FTA

180-258 276-393 242-352 223-334 182-291 167-282 202-283 199-286 186-285 187-333 234-348 235-341 230-346 191-311 271-367 180-280 203-275 166-254 175-274 204-288 219-308 234-332

Pct.

33.5 31.2 39.2 32.5 31.8 39.3 37.7 30.9 33.8 25.8 — — — — — — — — — — — —

3PM-3PA

77-230 44-141 76-194 49-151 55-173 75-191 90-239 46-149 45-133 31-120 —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  — 

Pts.-Avg.

945-67.5 1066-76.1 1098-78.4 958-68.4 893-63.8 1110-69.4 1302-81.4 1169-73.1 1041-65.1 996-62.3 1064-66.5 1083-67.7 960-60.0 1107-69.1 1177-73.5 1054-65.8 1047-65.4 1126-70.4 1149-71.8 1122-70.1 1295-80.9 1128-80.6

TO

206 254 206 204 219 258 238 205 249 251 219 196 235 209 173 208 208 212 243 248 240 213

STL

92 94 102 90 91 102 110 107 128 132 118 99 137 104 128 89 93 126 90 90 129 82

BLK

49 35 22 34 30 36 97 38 26 52 70 72 — — 39 56 55 64 24 34 44 40

AST

229 226 274 235 184 274 293 233 261 233 280 254 218 277 275 211 217 258 201 213 231 168

PF-DQ

316-21 314-15 308-16 310-13 313-16 303-  9 312-19 337-16 293-12 300-11 332-11 330-14 318-11 294-11 298-19 315-19 284-  9 320-  9 379-20 358-20 362-17 341-13

Southwest Conference Only Totals

G

Records

155

Year

FGM-FGA

Pts.-Avg.

1072-67.0 1214-75.9 1014-63.4 1104-69.0 1063-66.4 1088-68.0 970-60.6 1041-65.1 1031-64.4 1043-65.2

TO

201 188 210 206 243 234 269 250 267 279

STL

BLK

AST

184 238 244 218 209 228 244 206 242 215

PF-DQ

Reb-Avg.

588-36.8 576-36.0 484-30.3 511-31.9 583-36.4 568-35.5 562-35.1 541-33.8 543-33.9 550-34.4

Pct.

66.9 72.6 65.1 72.0 67.2 72.6 66.8 68.1 67.0 68.1

FTM-FTA

255-381 292-402 196-301 250-347 232-345 225-310 169-253 248-364 207-309 235-345

Pct.

33.0 43.0 35.0 40.4 30.9 34.1 35.5 28.4 32.8 32.6

3PM-3PA

1709-71.1 1540-64.1 1414-58.5 1478-61.5 1635-68.1 1464-61.0 1158-52.7 1056-50.3 1094-45.6

87-264 98-228 100-286 108-267 95-307 109-320 97-273 61-215 100-305 98-301

— — — — — — — — —

42.3 48.3 43.6 47.5 39.8 39.8 39.9 40.4 41.1 39.6

— — — — — — — — —

365-862 412- 853 359- 823 373- 785 368- 924 377- 947 352- 883 366- 907 362-881 355-896

— — — — — — — — —

16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

— — — — — — — — —

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

456-13 390-8 447-14 406-27 460-25 586-41 521 439 542

Big 12 Conference Totals Only

69.8 1099-45.8 71.2   967-40.3 70.5   938-39.1 68.9   955-39.7 67.0   937-39.0 64.0   989-41.2 59.6   742-33.7 65.8   595-28.3 60.7   785-32.7

Pct.

447-640 372-522 376-533 428-622 515-768 532-831 384-644 354-538 256-422

FGM-FGA

— — — — — — — — —

G

—  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  — 

Year

41.5 42.4 35.2 36.4 37.9 33.9 34.1 33.2 34.3

631-1522 584-1375 519-1471 525-1439 560-1479 466-1375 387-1136 351-1058 419-1223

24 24 24 24 24 24 22 21 24

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

Team Statistics By Year


FGM-FGA

817-2069 672-1793 601-1464 632-1604 745-1528 745-1707 804-1758 803-1746 729-1576 673-1548 736-1629 608-1429 629-1442 777-1714 745-1741 648-1482 695-1522 882-1755 948-2131 814-1761 843-1745 756-1722 814-1795 764-1635 737-1584 818-1823 843-1728 638-1388 784-1819 858-1985 782-1587 778-1652 758-1637 738-1631 837-1879 837-1892 760-1713 769-1675 687-1587 819-1882 729-1652 662-1501 751-1676 663-1532 627-1565 581-1444 566-1439 555-1398

G

36 34 31 31 28 28 31 30 28 27 27 27 27 30 30 27 28 29 31 30 31 31 32 30 30 31 31 27 31 33 27 28 27 27 26 26 26 26 24 27 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Year

2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 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

Pct.  Reb-Avg. 

1148-31.9 65.0 1045-30.7 70.8 1016-32.8 71.3 979-31.6 68.3 932-33.3 69.1 1109-39.6 66.8 1104-35.6 71.3 1082-36.1 68.2 985-35.2 68.0 1017-37.7 67.8 1085-40.2 67.0 69.1   955-35.4 63.6   985-36.5 71.5   962-32.1 1109-37.0 67.8 69.6   917-34.0 68.4   954-34.1 1024-35.3 67.9 1338-43.2 68.3 1018-33.9 67.5 1014-32.7 65.4 1099-35.5 64.1 66.9   986-30.8 66.7   903-30.1 69.8   946-31.5 1066-34.3 68.3 1037-33.4 65.4 70.2   831-30.7 1038-30.5 68.8 1086-32.9 68.5 71.6   983-36.4 1104-39.4 65.6 1014-37.6 68.6 1031-38.2 70.4 1098-42.2 68.9 1130-43.5 65.5 1158-44.5 67.0 1137-43.8 73.1 68.0   961-40.0 1101-40.9 67.6 1003-41.8 68.9 1035-43.1 69.9 71.8   998-41.6 1061-44.2 72.9 1066-42.6 69.5 68.2   954-39.8 66.0   984-41.0 1020-42.5 67.5

FTM-FTA

364-560 487-688 506-710 509-745 465-673 381-570 506-710 483-708 414-609 449-662 454-978 487-705 461-725 583-815 536-790 458-658 516-754 407-599 536-785 466-690 407-622 420-655 473-707 411-616 447-640 468-685 416-636 355-505 464-674 480-701 502-701 464-707 421-614 486-690 394-572 351-536 505-754 547-748 423-622 479-708 434-630 443-633 471-656 507-695 468-673 440-645 369-559 417-618

Pct.

33.8 29.4 34.5 34.0 39.0 33.1 35.7 36.0 38.8 35.2 35.0 31.5 31.9 33.9 33.9 35.0 38.0 40.1 34.9 34.8 38.0 34.6 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

Pts.-Avg.

2216-61.6 2021-59.4 1869-60.3 1970-63.5 2140-76.4 2050-73.2 2292-73.9 2298-76.6 2086-74.5 1973-73.1 2089-77.4 1841-68.2 1846-68.4 2298-76.6 2200-73.3 1932-71.6 2083-74.4 2331-80.4 2572-83.0 2233-74.4 2217-71.5 2016-65.0 2101-65.7 1939-64.6 1921-64.0 2110-68.0 2102-67.8 1631-60.4 2032-59.8 2198-66.6 2066-76.5 2020-72.1 1937-71.7 1962-72.3 2068-79.5 2025-77.9 2005-77.1 2086-80.3 1797-74.9 2107-78.2 1892-78.9 1767-73.8 1973-82.2 1834-76.4 1722-68.9 1602-66.8 1501-62.5 1537-64.0

TO

405 497 558 471 380 414 426 440 399 445 513 453 455 444 470 395 376 414 436 423 466 396 402 349 435 431 455 362 540 557 479 500 571 564 468 426 417 — — — — — — — — — — —

STL

202 161 188 168 168 202 246 230 236 244 203 201 218 255 194 197 226 226 249 224 230 247 239 176 212 196 202 121 198 188 141 155 134 125 — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

BLK

139 100 104 85 111 101 88 96 106 106 104 114 106 124 119 134 94 108 137 89 99 79 78 61 — — 89 41 68 80 53 79 64 72 — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

AST

397 375 369 386 485 466 526 553 526 474 481 379 403 497 464 445 498 546 539 414 464 396 477 432 427 415 431 340 355 389 315 363 318 239 359 290 300 — — — — — — — — — — —

PF-DQ

700-23 678-18 623-19 648-23 563-13 579-12 592-13 649-0 505-11 540-20 516-14 500-10 607-11 623-22 617-30 508-16 533-14 499-  8 550-  9 586-24 584-15 665-22 648-31 627-18 638-29 614-21 639-18 464-16 694-17 688-29 522-16 558-20 608-22 622-35 547-23 560-29 567-22 536-19 512-19 679-31 542-36 493-20 514-24 514-28 482-14 514-25 438-15 442-13

Full Season Totals

218-645 39.5 190-647 37.5 161-466 41.1 197-579 39.4 185-474 48.8 179-540 43.6 178-498 45.7 209-582 46.0 214-551 46.3 178-505 43.5 163-466 45.2 138-438 42.5 127-398 43.6 161-475 45.3 174-514 42.8 178-508 43.7 177-466 45.7 160-399 50.3 138-395 44.5 139-399 46.2 124-326 48.3 43.9   84-243 45.3   — 46.7   — 46.5   — 44.8   — 48.7   — 45.9   — 43.1   — 43.2   — 49.3   — 47.1   — 46.3   — 44.9   — 44.5   — 44.2   — 44.4   — 45.9   — 43.4   — 43.6   — 44.1   — 44.0   — 44.8   — 43.3   — 40.1   — 40.2   — 39.4   — 39.7   —

Pct.

3PM-3PA

Records

Opponent Statistics By Year

156


FGM-FGA

355-  771 378-  838 354-  818 326-  766 330-  746 480-  907 522-1122 401-  864 417-  875 396-  835 389-  866 406-  874 392-  841 426-  928 447-  868 387-  840 356-  816 379- 868 452- 899 442- 933 450- 977 366- 812

G

14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 14

1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

93 66 109 88 102 106 128 124 143 73 49 54 44 69 63 39 56 64

324-15 348-10 296-6 319-12 304- 8 321- 7 281- 9 322- 6 289-  6

Reb-Avg.

530-37.9 463-33.1 495-35.4 474-33.9 477-34.1 528-33.0 703-43.9 526-32.9 529-33.1 556-34.8 491-30.7 480-30.0 535-33.4 548-34.2 492-30.7 491-30.6 430-26.8 473-29.6 586-36.6 601-37.6 581-36.3 489-34.9

Pct.

62.2 71.8 69.0 72.2 68.6 68.7 64.5 67.3 60.8 66.6 64.8 64.8 71.2 68.9 65.8 68.1 72.0 71.3 72.9 62.4 68.0 70.4

FTM-FTA

240-386 265-369 247-358 267-370 271-395 244-355 234-363 251-373 180-296 207-311 215-332 221-341 228-330 204-296 208-316 208-305 206-286 233-327 310-425 206-330 230-338 240-341

Pct.

33.2 32.9 34.9 35.6 37.1 42.8 34.1 32.0 40.0 36.1 — — — — — — — — — — — —

3PM-3PA

Pct.

68-205 46.0 70-213 45.1 80-229 43.3 89-250 42.6 91-245 44.2 89-208 52.9 74-217 46.5 66-206 46.4 56-140 47.7 39-108 47.4 44.9   — 46.5   — 46.6   — 45.9   — 51.4   — 46.0   — 43.6   — — 43.7 — 50.3 — 47.4 — 46.1 — 45.1

Pts.-Avg.

1018-72.7 1091-77.9 1035-73.9 1008-72.0 1022-73.0 1293-80.8 1352-84.5 1119-69.9 1070-66.9 1038-64.9 993-62.1 1033-64.6 1012-63.2 1056-66.0 1102-68.8 982-61.3 920-57.5 991-61.9 1214-75.9 1090-68.1 1130-70.6 974-69.6

TO

201 195 213 192 166 210 207 220 239 250 190 163 234 205 209 204 206 264 262 257 301 272

STL

92 117 87 99 104 119 134 108 102 117 113 100 118 84 91 71 88 37 85 90 73 53

BLK

62 63 57 66 47 59 73 49 61 51 42 40 — — 36 24 22 37 37 41 34 35

AST

219 228 243 217 248 327 319 218 244 234 235 226 230 228 233 200 173 258 193 184 179 130

PF-DQ

252-  5 302-14 285-14 262-  9 239-  6 258-  7 264-  3 292-13 279-  5 302-  8 319-15 330-12 324-12 316-13 332-13 290-12 302-  9 271-11 305- 6 291-10 309-10 318-15

Southwest Conference Only Totals

Records

157

Year

Pts.-Avg.

1067-66.7 1052-65.8 995-62.2 1075-67.2 1239-77.4 1190-74.4 1190-74.4 1248-78.0 1232-77.0

TO

179 205 262 193 186 219 181 238 215

STL

BLK

AST

198 193 206 209 283 264 284 313 332

PF-DQ

Reb-Avg.

534-33.4 498-31.1 525-32.8 493-30.8 520-32.5 638-39.9 565-35.3 618-38.6 562-35.1

Pct.

67.5 72.5 70.4 71.9 69.6 69.2 72.8 69.4 66.4

FTM-FTA

195-289 263-363 233-331 282-392 304-437 238-344 273-375 265-382 221-333

Pct.

34.6 33.7 40.0 36.7 40.8 33.6 36.3 35.3 36.8

3PM-3PA

1421-59.2 1437-59.9 1481-61.7 1600-66.6 1912-79.6 1805-75.2 1466-66.7 1201-57.2 1159-48.3

98-283 103-306 96-240 101-275 93-228 94-280 99-273 97-275 113-307

— — — — — — — — —

43.0 39.8 43.5 42.8 50.5 45.1 45.4 48.0 49.4

— — — — — — — — —

387-901 343-862 333-766 346-808 421-834 429-952 409-900 443-922 449-909

— — — — — — — — —

16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

— — — — — — — — —

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

453-16 381-  6 387-11 380-13 400-19 499-14 429 363 451

Big 12 Conference Totals Only

66.9   947-39.5 67.3   960-40.0 68.5   917-38.2 67.1 1021-42.5 68.7 1261-52.5 66.5 1335-55.6 63.9   937-42.6 61.4   594-28.3 63.3   739-30.8

Pct.

431-644 349-518 421-614 450-670 528-767 663-997 512-801 419-683 345-545

FGM-FGA

— — — — — — — — —

G

— — — — — — — — —

Year

39.7   40.2   39.2   37.5   40.0   34.6   33.7   32.5   30.1  

495-1278 544-1351 530-1351 575-1531 692-1726 571-1652 477-1417 391-1203 407-1353

24 24 24 24 24 24 22 21 24

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

Opponent Statistics By Year


The Last Time... TEXAS A&M... Scored 100 Points........................................................................................................................... 110 (110-116) vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 Shot 60 Percent From the Field.............................................................................................................. 62.7% vs. Colorado, 1/12/06 Shot Under 30 Percent From the Field.....................................................................................................25.5% at Oklahoma, 3/1/08 Had 40 Free Throw Attempts.............................................................................................................................59 vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 Made 30 Free Throws.......................................................................................................................................36 vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 Had 50 Rebounds..............................................................................................................................................64 vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 Had 30 Assists.................................................................................................................................30 vs. Grambling State, 12/28/06 Had 15 Steals..................................................................................................................................20 vs. Grambling State, 12/28/06 Had 10 Blocked Shots....................................................................................................................................... 10 vs. Texas, 12/8/07 Had Five Players Score in Double Figures..........................................................................................................5 vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 Had Two Players Score 20 Points...................................................... Acie Law (26) and Dominique Kirk (21) vs. Louisville, 3/17/07 Had 30 Fouls.....................................................................................................................................................31 vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 Had 30 Turnovers................................................................................................................................................ 30 vs. Texas, 2/3/99 Won on a Buzzer Beater.......................................................46-43 on a 3-pointer by Acie Law (:01) at the buzzer vs. Texas, 3/1/06

Records

A TEXAS A&M PLAYER... Had a Triple Double..............................................................................Bernard King (20 pts./10 reb./10 ast.) vs. Texas Tech, 1/9/02 Scored 40 Points.......................................................................................................................... 41, Don Marbury vs. Baylor, 1/5/85 Scored 30 Points......................................................................................................................... 30, Bryan Davis vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 Made 5 Three-Pointers......................................................................................................................6, Josh Carter vs. BYU, 3/20/08 Had 20 Rebounds..........................................................................................21, Vernon Smith and Rynn Wright vs. UNLV, 12/15/78 Had 15 Rebounds................................................................................................................. 15, Joseph Jones vs. Colorado, 1/13/07 Had 10 Assists..................................................................................................................................... 15, Acie Law vs. Texas, 2/5/07 Had 5 Steals........................................................................................................................7, Acie Law vs. Oklahoma State, 1/11/06 Had 5 Blocks.............................................................................................................................6, DeAndre Jordan vs. Baylor, 3/5/08 Made 10 Field Goals...................................................................................................11, Antanas Kavaliauskas vs. Missouri, 3/3/07 Had 20 Field Goal Attempts............................................................................................................... 23, Acie Law vs. Texas, 2/28/07 Made 10 Free Throws................................................................................................................. 12, Bryan Davis vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 Had 15 Free Throw Attempts....................................................................................................... 19, Bryan Davis vs. Baylor, 1/23/08 AN OPPOSING TEAM... Scored 100 Points............................................................................................................................116 (116-110) by Baylor, 1/23/08 Shot 60 Percent From the Field...............................................................................................................61.7% by Colorado, 1/12/08 Shot Under 30 Percent From the Field................................................................................................. 27.4% by Iowa State, 3/13/08 Had 40 Free Throw Attempts............................................................................................................................. 47 by Baylor, 1/23/08 Made 30 Free Throws........................................................................................................................................39 by Baylor, 1/23/08 Had 50 Rebounds...............................................................................................................................................70 by Baylor, 1/23/08 Had 30 Assists...............................................................................................................................................30 by Arkansas, 2/23/91 Had 15 Steals...................................................................................................................................................17 by Kansas, 2/26/03 Had 10 Blocked Shots.................................................................................................................................13 by Iowa State, 1/28/04 Had 30 Fouls...............................................................................................................................31 by Northwestern State, 12/31/05 Had 30 Turnovers.............................................................................................................................30 by Grambling State, 12/28/06 AN OPPOSING PLAYER... Had a Triple Double.....................................................................Maurice Searight, Grambling (13 pts./11 reb./14 assists), 12/21/03 Scored 40 Points...................................................................................................................... 41, Andre Owens, Houston, 12/27/03 Scored 30 Points........................................................................................................................... 36, Curtis Jerrells, Baylor, 1/23/08 Made 5 Three-Pointers................................................................................................................. 5, Brandon Rush, Kansas, 3/15/08 Had 20 Rebounds...................................................................................................................... 20, Eric Chenowith, Kansas, 1/14/98 Had 15 Rebounds...............................................................................................................15, Jon Brockman, Washington, 11/21/07 Had 10 Assists..................................................................................................................14, Maurice Searight, Grambling, 12/21/03 Had 5 Steals................................................................................................................................5, Taj McCullough, Winthrop, 1/2/07 Had 5 Blocks.................................................................................................................................. 6, Harvey Thomas, Baylor, 2/7/04

158


The Aggies ended Kentucky’s 26game home winning streak with a 73-69 win at Rupp Arena in the 1978 Kentucky Invitational.

History History

159


Annual Team Records Year

Overall W-L  

SWC W-L 

SWC Finish

Postseason

Coach

Captains

1912-13.......... 4-  2............................................................ F.D. Steger............................................... Eddie Driess 1913-14.......... 5-  2............................................................ F.D. Steger................................................. E.M. Peters 1914-15........ 13-  2..........4-  1....... 3rd............................... F.D. Steger............................................Nick Braumiller 1915-16........ 11-  2..........6-  2....... 2nd.............................. Tubby Graves.......................................Nick Braumiller 1916-17........ 11-  8..........3-  3....... 2nd.............................. W. H. H. Morris.......................................... H.J. Burkett 1917-18.......... 9-  9..........7-  7....... 3rd............................... Bill Driver............................................... Jesse Starnes 1918-19........ 14-  4..........7-  3....... 2nd.............................. Bill Driver............................................Eddie Longcope 1919-20........ 19-  0........16-  0....... 1st............................... Bill Driver.............................................. E.E. McQuillan 1920-21........ 16-  6........10-  2....... 1st............................... D.X. Bible............................................. A.L. Forbes, Jr. 1921-22........ 18-  3........13-  3....... 1st............................... D.X. Bible..................................................... Pat Dwyer 1922-23........ 16-  4........15-  3....... 1st............................... D.X. Bible......................................................Tiny Keen 1923-24........ 13-10........ 12-11....... 4th............................... D.X. Bible.................................................... E. King Gill 1924-25.......... 9-  8..........6-  8....... 5th............................... D.X. Bible............................................. Paul Washburn 1925-26.......... 8-  9..........4-  8....... 6th............................... D.X. Bible.........................................................Sid Kyle 1926-27........ 10-  7..........4-  6....... 5th............................... D.X. Bible............................................... Stanley Baker 1927-28.......... 4-12..........1-  9....... 7th............................... C.F. Bassett.................................................. J.V. Sikes 1928-29........ 12-  6..........4-  6....... 5th............................... C.F. Bassett.............................................S.J. Petty, Jr. 1929-30.......... 8-10..........4-  6....... T4th............................. J.B. Reid................................................... H.H. Keeton 1930-31........ 14-  8..........5-  7....... 5th............................... J.B. Reid....................................................... C.T. Hoke 1931-32........ 10-  9..........4-  8....... T5th............................. J.B. Reid..................................................... C.B. Beard 1932-33.......... 9-10..........8-  4....... 3rd............................... J.B. Reid..................................................... Joe Moody 1933-34........ 14-  6..........7-  5....... 2nd.............................. J.B. Reid...................................................... Joe Merka 1934-35........ 10-10..........4-  8....... T5th............................. J.B. Reid..............................................W.C. Breazeale 1935-36.......... 9-  9..........3-  9....... 6th............................... H.R. McQuillan.................................Monte Carmichael 1936-37........ 12-13..........5-  7....... T5th............................. H.R. McQuillan.................................................. Ed Lee. 1937-38........ 10-  8..........6-  6....... 4th............................... H.R. McQuillan......................................... Buddy Harris 1938-39.......... 7-16..........2-10....... 6th............................... H.R. McQuillan........................................... Sam Dwyer 1939-40.........11-11..........5-  7....... T5th............................. H.R. McQuillan.......................................... D.W. Varner 1940-41.......... 7-13..........3-  9....... 6th............................... H.R. McQuillan........................................... Bill Dawson 1941-42.......... 8-16..........4-  8....... 6th............................... Marty Karow.......................................... Bill Henderson 1942-43.........11-11..........4-  8....... T5th............................. Manning Smith........................................ Mike Cokinos 1943-44.......... 2-15..........0-12....... 7th............................... Manning Smith.........................................M.E. Mohnke 1944-45.......... 3-18..........2-10....... 6th............................... Manning Smith............................... Charles Weinbaum 1945-46.......... 9-14..........4-  8....... 6th............................... Marty Karow.......................................... Jamie Dawson 1946-47.......... 9-16..........4-  8....... 5th............................... Marty Karow........................................... Homer Adams 1947-48.......... 7-17..........2-10....... 6th............................... Marty Karow............................................. Sam Jenkins 1948-49.......... 5-19..........2-10....... 6th............................... Marty Karow...................Sam Jenkins, Gene Schrickle 1949-50........ 10-14..........6-  6....... T4th............................. Marty Karow.............................................. Bill Turnbow 1950-51........ 17-12..........8-  4....... T1st..........NCAA . ....... John Floyd......................................... Jewell McDowell

History

1951-52.......... 9-15..........5-  7....... T3rd............................. John Floyd.................. Walter Davis, Raymond Walker 1952-53.......... 6-15..........3-  9....... 7th............................... John Floyd...............................................Leroy Miksch 1953-54.......... 2-20.......... 1-11....... 7th............................... John Floyd.................................................. Roy Martin 1954-55.......... 4-20.......... 1-11....... 7th............................... John Floyd....................John Fortenbury, Pat McCrory 1955-56.......... 6-18..........3-  9....... T5th............................. Ken Loeffler.................................................Bill Brophy 1956-57.......... 7-17..........3-  9....... T6th............................. Ken Loeffler...................................... George Mehaffey 1957-58.........11-13..........7-  7....... T5th............................. Bob Rogers.............................................Fritz Connally 1958-59........ 15-  9..........6-  8....... T5th............................. Bob Rogers...............................................Neil Swisher 160


Year

Overall W-L  

SWC W-L 

SWC Finish

Postseason

Coach

Captains

1959-60........ 19-  5........10-  4....... T2nd............................ Bob Rogers...................Wayne Lawrence, Wilmer Cox 1960-61........ 16-  8........10-  4....... 2nd.............................. Bob Rogers........................... Don Stanley, Pat Stanley 1961-62........ 15-  9..........9-  5....... 3rd............................... Bob Rogers.......................................Carroll Broussard 1962-63........ 16-  8..........9-  5....... T2nd............................ Bob Rogers...........................................Jerry Windham 1963-64........ 18-  7........13-  1....... 1st............NCAA . ....... Shelby Metcalf.................Bennie Lenox, Bill Robinette 1964-65........ 14-10..........7-  7....... 4th............................... Shelby Metcalf.................. Paul Timmons, Bill Gasway 1965-66........ 15-  9........10-  4....... 2nd.............................. Shelby Metcalf............John Beasley, Dick Stringfellow 1966-67.......... 6-18..........5-  9....... 6th............................... Shelby Metcalf........................................... Dick Rector 1967-68........ 14-10..........8-  6....... T2nd............................ Shelby Metcalf.........................................Terry Trippett 1968-69........ 18-  9........12-  2....... 1st............NCAA . ....... Shelby Metcalf......... R. Peret, B. Barnett, S. Benefield 1969-70........ 14-10..........9-  5....... 2nd.............................. Shelby Metcalf......................................Mike Heitmann 1970-71.......... 9-17..........5-  9....... 7th............................... Shelby Metcalf......Chuck Smith, Bill Cooksey, Steve Niles 1971-72........ 16-10..........9-  5....... T3rd............................. Shelby Metcalf......... Rick Duplantis, Robert Threadgill 1972-73........ 17-  9..........9-  5....... T2nd............................ Shelby Metcalf.......................Mario Brown, Bob Gobin 1973-74.........15-11..........7-  7....... 4th............................... Shelby Metcalf............. Randy Knowles, Joe Arciniega 1974-75........ 20-  7........12-  2....... 1st............NCAA . ....... Shelby Metcalf.......................................John Thornton 1975-76........ 21-  6........14-  2....... 1st............................... Shelby Metcalf..................... Barry Davis, Ray Roberts 1976-77........ 14-14..........8-  8....... T4th............................. Shelby Metcalf.......................................... Steve Jones 1977-78........ 12-15.......... 5-11....... 7th............................... Shelby Metcalf......................................Willie Foreman 1978-79........ 24-  9........11-  5....... 3rd..............NIT . ......... Shelby Metcalf...................................... Joey Robinson 1979-80........ 26-  8........14-  2....... 1st............NCAA . ....... Shelby Metcalf..............................................Dave Goff 1980-81........ 15-12..........8-  8....... T4th............................. Shelby Metcalf.................. Rynn Wright, Vernon Smith 1981-82.........20-11........10-  6....... 3rd..............NIT . ......... Shelby Metcalf...................Rudy Woods, Claude Riley 1982-83........ 17-14........10-  6....... 3rd............................... Shelby Metcalf......................................... Claude Riley 1983-84........ 16-14..........7-  9....... 5th............................... Shelby Metcalf.......................................Jimmie Gilbert 1984-85.........19-11........10-  6....... T2nd...........NIT............ Shelby Metcalf........................................ Kenny Brown 1985-86........ 20-12........12-  4....... T1st............NIT............ Shelby Metcalf..........................................Mike Clifford 1986-87........ 17-14..........6-10....... 8th............NCAA . ....... Shelby Metcalf..........................................Mike Clifford 1987-88........ 16-15..........8-  8....... 6th............................... Shelby Metcalf................................... Darryl McDonald 1988-89........ 16-14..........8-  8....... T4th............................. Shelby Metcalf................................ Donald Thompson 1989-90........ 14-17..........7-  9....... T5th............................. Metcalf/John Thornton.....................................Ray Little 1990-91.......... 8-21..........2-14....... 9th............................... Kermit Davis, Jr...........................................Lynn Suber. 1991-92.......... 6-22..........2-12....... 8th............................... Tony Barone............................................ None Elected 1992-93........ 10-17..........5-  9....... 6th............................... Tony Barone............................................ None Elected 1993-94.........19-11........10-  4....... T2nd...........NIT............ Tony Barone............................................ None Elected 1994-95........ 14-16..........7-  7....... 5th............................... Tony Barone............................................ None Elected 1995-96.........11-16.......... 3-11....... T7th............................. Tony Barone............................................ None Elected 1996-97.......... 9-18..........3-13....... T10th........................... Tony Barone............................................ None Elected 1997-98.......... 7-20..........1-15....... 12th............................. Tony Barone............................................ None Elected 1998-99........ 12-15.......... 5-11....... T10th........................... Melvin Watkins...................Clifton Cook, Chris Clayton

1999-00.......... 8-20..........4-12....... T8th............................. Melvin Watkins.......J. Brown, Aaron Jack, Jason Boeker 2000-01........ 10-20..........3-13....... T12th........................... Melvin Watkins............................................Aaron Jack 2001-02.......... 9-22..........3-12....... 12th............................. Melvin Watkins................................. Andy Leatherman

161

History

2002-03........ 14-14..........6-10....... T7th............................. Melvin Watkins..............Bernard King, Brian Brookhart 2003-04.......... 7-21..........0-16....... 12th............................. Melvin Watkins.......... J. King, Leandro Garcia-Morales 2004-05........ 21-10............8-8....... 7th..............NIT............ Billy Gillispie.................. Antoine Wright, Joseph Jones 2005-06.......... 22-9..........10-6....... 4th............NCAA.......... Billy Gillispie..........J. Jones, Acie Law IV, Chris Walker 2006-07.......... 27-7..........13-3....... 2nd...........NCAA.......... Billy Gillispie.......................Joseph Jones, Acie Law IV 2007-08.........25-11............8-8....... 6th............NCAA.......... Mark Turgeon............... Joseph Jones, Dominique Kirk


History

All-Time Coaches Years

Coach   

Overall

1913-15 1916

Seasons

W-L

F.D. Steger Tubby Graves

3 1

22-  6 11-  2

1917 1918-20

W.H.H. Morris Bill Driver

1921-29 1928-29 1930-35 1936-41

Pct.

Conference W-L

Pct.

.786   4-   1 .846   6-   2

.800 .750

1   11-  8 3   42-  13

.578   3-  3 .764   30-  11

.500 .732

D.X. Bible C.F. Bassett

7   90-  47 2   16-  18

.657   64-  41 .471   5-  15

.610 .250

J.B. Reid H.B. McQuillan

6   65-  53 6   56-  70

.551   32-  38 .444   24-  48

.457 .333

1942, 46-50 Marty Karow 1943-45 Manning Smith

6   47-  97 3   16-  44

.326   22-  50 .267   6-  36

.306 .143

1951-55 1956-57

John Floyd Ken Loeffler

5   38-  82 2   13-  35

.317   18-  42 .271   6-  18

.300 .250

1958-63 1964-90

Bob Rogers Shelby Metcalf

6   92-  52 261/2 438-306

.639   51-  32 .589 231-150

.607 .609

1990 1990-91

John Thornton Kermit Davis, Jr.

1

/2   5-   7 1   8-  21

.417   5-  6 .276   2-  14

.455 .125

1991-98 1998-04

Tony Barone Melvin Watkins

7   76-120 6   60-112

.388   31-  71 .349   21-  75

.304 .219

2004-07 2007-08

Billy Gillispie Mark Turgeon

3   70- 26 1   25- 11

.729   31- 19 .694   8-  8

.620 .500

Totals

95

.513

.465

1,201-1,140

Mark Turgeon was introduced as A&M’s 20th head basketball coach on April 10, 2007. 162

634-729


Shelby Metcalf Winningest SWC Coach

I

n 27 seasons as Texas A&M’s head basketball coach, Shelby Metcalf became the winningest coach in Southwest Conference history with an overall record of 438-306. Metcalf owns league records for total victories (438), league victories (239), total games coached (744) and most seasons coached (27). Metcalf led the Aggies to six conference titles and two SWC Postseason Classic crowns. His 1979-80 team advanced to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament before losing to eventual national champion Louisville in overtime. Metcalf’s 1969 team also made the Sweet 16 and his 1979 and 1982 teams came within one game of the NIT Final Four.

1930-2007

History

163


Year-By-Year Scores 1912-1913

22......... Rice....................................... A........... 24 .... 440......... (11-2)............................................... 184

Coach F.D. Steger 78......... Marlin HS............................................. 8 72......... Galveston Y.M.C.A............................. 14 72......... Sam Houston NC................................. 9 25......... Galveston Y.M.C.A............................. 27 40......... Sam Houston NC............................... 12 24......... Houston HS....................................... 26 .... 311......... (4-2)................................................... 96

1913-1914 Coach F.D. Steger

......... Galveston Y.M.C.A................ H...........W ......... Sam Houston NC.................. H...........W ......... Howard Payne...................... H...........W ......... Galveston Y.M.C.A................ A............. L ......... Houston HS.......................... A............. L ......... Sam Houston NC.................. A............W ......... Howard Payne...................... H...........W (5-2)

1916-1917 Coach Lt. W.H.H. Morris

504......... (11-8)............................................... 363

1914-1915

1917-1918

Coach F.D. Steger

36......... Sam Houston NC................................. 5 30......... Dallas U............................................... 7 30......... Baylor..................................................11 16......... Rice.................................................... 27 35......... Baylor................................................. 23 20......... TCU................................................... 28 40......... Dallas U............................................. 10 34......... Decatur BC........................................ 30 41......... Decatur BC........................................ 26 36......... Decatur HS........................................ 21 36......... Decatur Gym Club............................... 2 39......... Sam Houston NC............................... 28 30......... Sam Houston NC............................... 13 17......... Southwestern..................................... 10 30......... Southwestern......................................11 ....

470......... (13-2)............................................... 272

1915-1916

History

Coach Tubby Graves

62......... East Texas Normal................ H............ 5 45......... Southwestern........................ H..........   5 57......... Decatur College.................... H.......... 17 39......... Baylor.................................... H..........   8 41......... Baylor.................................... H..........   6 34......... Tulane................................... H.......... 10 30......... Tulane................................... H.......... 13 25......... Rice....................................... H.......... 20 28......... Baylor.................................... A........... 24 24......... Baylor.................................... A........... 22 24......... Dallas U................................ A........... 14 9......... Rice....................................... A........... 16

47......... Southwestern..................................... 16 39......... Southwestern......................................11 16......... Rice....................................... A.......... 19 21......... Rice....................................... A........... 13 15......... LSU....................................... A........... 24 14......... LSU....................................... A........... 30 26......... Tulane................................... A........... 42 37......... Daniel Baker C..................................... 5 36......... Daniel Baker C..................................... 0 31......... Baylor................................................... 8 20......... Baylor................................................. 13 29......... TCU................................................... 18 42......... TCU................................................... 18 24......... Rice....................................... H.......... 25 27......... Rice....................................... H.......... 20 16......... Texas.................................... A........... 38 19......... Texas.................................... A........... 24 29......... Texas.................................... H.......... 15 16......... Texas.................................... H.......... 24 ....

Coach Bill Driver

19......... Camp MacArthur................... H.......... 17 26......... Southwestern........................ H.......... 13 14......... Rice....................................... H.......... 18 25......... Rice....................................... H.......... 21 17......... Simons.................................. A........... 19 0......... Simons (Game forfeited)...................... 2 14......... Baylor.................................... A........... 23 19......... Baylor.................................... A...........   9 15......... Okla. A&M............................................ 8 21......... Okla. A&M.......................................... 19 31......... Baylor................................................. 25 22......... Baylor................................................. 15 15......... Texas................................................. 27 21......... Texas................................................. 12 7......... Texas (Game forfeited to ................... 8 . Texas because Dwyer ineligible) 12......... Texas................................................. 17 26......... Rice.................................................... 27 21......... Rice.................................................... 29 ....

329......... (9-9)..................................................311

1918-1919 Coach Bill Driver

31......... TCU...................................... H.......... 12 40......... Southwestern........................ H.......... 12 35......... Southwestern........................ H.......... 15 24......... U.S. Marines (Galveston).... H..........   8 36......... U.S. Marines (Galveston).... H...........11 41......... Baylor.................................... H..........   8

164

29......... Baylor.................................... H..........   5 24......... TCU...................................... A........... 23 25......... SMU...................................... A........... 18 56......... Baylor.................................... A........... 18 24......... Baylor................................................. 26 18......... Texas................................................. 28 22......... Texas................................................. 15 43......... SMU................................................... 12 30......... Texas................................................. 20 15......... Texas................................................. 22 24......... Kelley Field........................................ 22 17......... San Antonio YMCA............................ 29 ......

535......... (14-4)............................................... 304

1919-1920 Coach Bill Driver

36......... Baylor Medics....................... H.......... 25 32......... Baylor Medics....................... H.......... 14 36......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 10 52......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 10 45......... Simmons............................... H.......... 12 21......... SMU...................................... H.......... 15 18......... SMU...................................... H.......... 16 39......... Rice....................................... A........... 16 28......... Rice....................................... A........... 10 16......... Texas.................................... A........... 15 15......... Texas.................................... A...........   8 20......... SMU...................................... A........... 15 22......... SMU...................................... A........... 14 28......... Baylor.................................... A...........   8 37......... Baylor.................................... A............11 43......... Rice....................................... H.......... 13 28......... Rice....................................... H.......... 13 27......... Texas.................................... H..........   9 17......... Texas.................................... H.......... 13 ......

560......... (19-0)............................................... 247

1920-1921 Coach D.X. Bible

28......... Baylor Medics....................... H.......... 17 21......... Baylor Medics....................... A........... 13 32......... Simons.................................. H.......... 20 17......... Simons.................................. H.......... 12 20......... Rice....................................... A........... 19 35......... Rice....................................... A........... 17 30......... LSU....................................... A........... 31 28......... LSU....................................... A........... 30 41......... Tulane................................... A........... 28 27......... Tulane................................... A........... 30 23......... Texas.................................... H............ 5 15......... Texas (OT)........................... H.......... 16 15......... SMU...................................... H............ 5 14......... SMU...................................... H.......... 13 26......... Rice....................................... H.......... 16 28......... Rice....................................... H.......... 18 16......... LSU....................................... H.......... 24 49......... LSU....................................... H.......... 19 13......... Texas.................................... A........... 16 18......... Texas.................................... A........... 13 25......... SMU...................................... A........... 14 16......... SMU...................................... A............11 ......

546......... (16-6)............................................... 387


1921-1922 Coach D.X. Bible

37......... Sam Houston NC.................. H.......... 17 25......... Sam Houston NC.................. H..........   9 38......... Houston Triangles................. H.......... 16 28......... SMU...................................... A........... 16 26......... SMU...................................... A........... 21 15......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 17 17......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 15 22......... Rice....................................... H............ 7 19......... Rice....................................... H.......... 12 31......... Phillips U............................... H.......... 25 30......... Phillips U............................... H.......... 18 20......... Texas.................................... A........... 17 25......... Texas.................................... A........... 16 34......... SMU...................................... H.......... 14 41......... SMU...................................... H.......... 13 15......... Rice....................................... A...........   6 13......... Rice....................................... A...........   9 18......... Baylor.................................... A........... 19 32......... Baylor.................................... A........... 19 11......... Texas.................................... H.......... 19 20......... Texas.................................... H..........   8 ......

517......... (18-3)............................................... 313

1922-1923 Coach D.X. Bible

48......... Sam Houston NC.................. H.......... 13 16......... Sam Houston NC.................. H.......... 17 35......... Oklahoma A&M..................... H.......... 17 25......... Baylor.................................... A........... 15 32......... Baylor.................................... A........... 19 26......... SMU...................................... A........... 23 21......... SMU...................................... A........... 23 24......... Oklahoma A&M.................................. 17 32......... Rice.................................................... 24 15......... Rice.................................................... 26 27......... Texas................................................. 21 42......... Texas................................................. 25 36......... SMU................................................... 21 27......... SMU................................................... 24 29......... Rice.................................................... 24 25......... Rice.................................................... 23 34......... Baylor................................................. 30 34......... Baylor................................................. 14 16......... Texas................................................. 13 12......... Texas................................................. 18 ......

557......... (16-4)............................................... 410

1923-1924 Coach D.X. Bible 27......... TCU ..................................... H.......... 26 14......... TCU...................................... H.......... 15 21......... Baylor.................................... A............. 4 15......... Baylor.................................... A...........   9 9......... SMU...................................... A........... 13 9......... SMU...................................... A........... 16 23......... Rice....................................... H.......... 13 22......... Rice....................................... H.......... 14 22......... Texas.................................... A........... 33 16......... Texas.................................... A........... 27 29......... SMU...................................... H.......... 18 18......... SMU...................................... H.......... 31 31......... Rice....................................... A........... 26 26......... Rice....................................... A........... 28

32......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 17 35......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 27 37......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 13 26......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 14 48......... Oklahoma A&M..................... A........... 32 24......... Oklahoma A&M..................... A........... 37 22......... TCU...................................... A........... 16 14......... Texas.................................... H.......... 24 11......... Texas.................................... H.......... 17 ......

531......... (13-10)............................................. 470

1924-1925

551......... (10-7)............................................... 472

1927-1928

Coach D.X. Bible

25......... Sam Houston NC.................. H.......... 15 21......... Sam Houston NC.................. H.......... 14 15......... Baylor................................................. 13 13......... TCU................................................... 22 35......... Rice....................................... H.......... 17 26......... Austin College...................................... 5 15......... Oklahoma A&M..................... H.......... 24 17......... Oklahoma A&M..................... H.......... 19 29......... Rice....................................... A........... 21 24......... SMU...................................... A........... 35 18......... Arkansas............................... A........... 54 17......... Arkansas............................... A........... 38 38......... SMU...................................... H.......... 26 21......... Texas.................................... H.......... 14 17......... TCU................................................... 20 26......... Baylor................................................. 10 13......... Texas.................................... A........... 17 ......

370......... (9-8)................................................. 364

1925-1926

Coach C.F. Bassett

13......... Sam Houston State............... A........... 31 21......... Sam Houston State............... A........... 18 31......... Dallas Ath. Club.................... A........... 29 21......... Centenary............................. A........... 17 31......... Centenary............................. A........... 26 19......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 22 34......... TCU...................................... H.......... 38 32......... Rice....................................... A........... 30 32......... Rice....................................... H.......... 28 13......... SMU...................................... A........... 20 11......... TCU...................................... A........... 38 32......... SMU...................................... H.......... 30 27......... Texas.................................... A........... 35 27......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 37 21......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 35 27......... Baylor.................................... A........... 25 19......... Texas.................................... H.......... 32 ......

411......... (8-9)................................................. 491

1926-1927 Coach D.X. Bible

23......... Sam Houston State............... H.......... 17 22......... Sam Houston State............... H.......... 23 37......... Houston YMCA..................... H.......... 20 50......... Sul Ross............................... H.......... 31 40......... Sul Ross............................... H.......... 25

165

32......... Sam Houston State............................ 29 33......... Sam Houston State............................ 31 28......... Houston YMCA.................................. 31 37......... Houston YMCA.................................. 41 27......... Rice....................................... A........... 23 29......... Sam Houston State............................ 34 37......... Sam Houston State............................ 15 25......... SMU................................................... 39 27......... TCU...................................... A........... 31 28......... SMU...................................... A........... 40 30......... Rice....................................... H.......... 33 30......... Texas.................................... A........... 51 24......... TCU...................................... H.......... 30 8......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 24 31......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 46 20......... Texas.................................... H.......... 30 ......

457......... (4-12)............................................... 546

1928-1929

Coach D.X. Bible

31......... SMU...................................... H.......... 28 29......... Rice....................................... A........... 28 27......... Arkansas............................... A........... 34 16......... Arkansas............................... A........... 25 32......... SMU...................................... A........... 33 36......... Texas.................................... H.......... 35 20......... TCU...................................... A........... 36 39......... Centenary............................. H.......... 20 46......... Centenary............................. H.......... 26 31......... TCU...................................... H.......... 32 44......... Rice....................................... H.......... 20 28......... Texas.................................... A........... 39 ......

Coach C.F. Bassett

34......... Sam Houston State............... A............. 9 28......... Sam Houston State............... A........... 25 39......... Sam Houston State............... H.......... 24 29......... Sam Houston State............... H.......... 23 39......... Southwestern........................ A........... 24 33......... Southwestern........................ A........... 15 33......... Rice....................................... H.......... 29 30......... Rice....................................... A........... 38 27......... TCU...................................... H.......... 22 40......... TCU...................................... A........... 31 15......... SMU...................................... A........... 23 29......... Southwestern........................ H.......... 24 44......... Southwestern........................ H.......... 16 18......... SMU...................................... H.......... 16 29......... Texas.................................... H.......... 32 23......... Arkansas............................... A........... 49 29......... Arkansas............................... A........... 38 29......... Texas.................................... A........... 42 ......

548......... (12-6)............................................... 480

1929-1930 Coach J.B. Reid 32......... Sam Houston State............................ 20 40......... Sam Houston State............................ 29 32......... Houston Triangles.............................. 28

History


24......... Houston Triangles.............................. 28 26......... Centenary.......................................... 24 17......... Centenary.......................................... 30 19......... Sam Houston State............... A........... 25 15......... Sam Houston State............... A........... 21 23......... SMU...................................... H.......... 20 25......... TCU...................................... H.......... 28 17......... Rice....................................... A........... 23 24......... SMU...................................... A........... 19 28......... TCU...................................... A........... 17 25......... Texas.................................... H.......... 33 24......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 28 23......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 25 42......... Texas.................................... H.......... 20 17......... Rice....................................... A........... 26 ......

453......... (8-10)............................................... 444

1930-1931 Coach J.B. Reid

38......... Houston YMCA.................................. 33 26......... Sam Houston State............................ 16 43......... Sam Houston State............................ 29 47......... San Antonio YMCA............................ 35 23......... Southwest Texas State...................... 20 38......... Southwest Texas State...................... 25 30......... Southwestern..................................... 34 28......... Southwestern..................................... 22 31......... Centenary.......................................... 17 35......... Centenary.......................................... 26 19......... Arkansas............................... A........... 30 37......... Arkansas............................... A........... 34 24......... Rice....................................... H.......... 27 31......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 12 34......... Texas.................................... H.......... 10 18......... Baylor.................................... A........... 27 32......... TCU...................................... A........... 34 22......... SMU...................................... A........... 37 26......... Rice....................................... A........... 23 25......... SMU...................................... H.......... 23 26......... TCU...................................... H.......... 30 28......... Texas.................................... A........... 29 ......

661......... (14-8)............................................... 573

1931-1932 Coach J.B. Reid

History

45......... Humble Oil Co..................................... 9 30......... Sam Houston State............................ 27 40......... Texas Oil Co...................................... 35 32......... Sproles Transfer Co........................... 15 29......... Rice.................................................... 40 28......... Sam Houston State............................ 23 38......... Centenary.......................................... 26 26......... Centenary.......................................... 43 23......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 29 33......... Baylor.................................... A........... 40 23......... SMU...................................... A........... 30 28......... TCU...................................... A........... 38 31......... Texas.................................... A........... 32 27......... Rice...................................................... 6 21......... SMU...................................... H.......... 10 24......... TCU...................................... H.......... 26 28......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 23 27......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 33 14......... Texas.................................... H............ 8

547......... (10-9)............................................... 493

1932-1933 Coach J.B. Reid

45......... Texaco of Houston............................. 46 38......... Sam Houston State............................ 43 38......... SFA Teachers College....................... 54 52......... Beaumont YMCA............................... 36 74......... Baker’s Clothiers of Port Arthur......... 23 30......... Brown Paper Co................................ 41 31......... Brown Paper Co................................ 42 35......... Rice.................................................... 18 24......... SMU...................................... A........... 28 26......... TCU...................................... A........... 27 31......... Texas.................................... H.......... 38 20......... Baylor................................................. 19 33......... Baylor................................................. 29 26......... Rice.................................................... 18 25......... Arkansas............................................ 21 25......... Arkansas............................................ 23 34......... TCU................................................... 29 32......... SMU................................................... 22 20......... Texas................................................. 51 .

639......... (9-10)............................................... 608

1933-1934 Coach J.B. Reid

29......... Texaco Scotties.................................. 20 38......... Sam Houston State............................ 20 21......... Texas A&I........................................... 24 39......... SFA Teachers College....................... 30 44......... Centenary.......................................... 26 41......... Centenary.......................................... 29 30......... Hunt Oilers......................................... 17 45......... Sam Houston State............................ 27 28......... Rice.................................................... 31 40......... SMU................................................... 34 34......... Texas................................................. 29 30......... Baylor................................................. 14 38......... TCU................................................... 44 49......... SMU................................................... 26 32......... TCU................................................... 40 22......... Arkansas............................................ 23 35......... Arkansas............................................ 23 34......... Baylor................................................. 31 40......... Rice.................................................... 36 25......... Texas................................................. 27 .

694......... (14-6)............................................... 551

1934-1935 Coach J.B. Reid

39......... SFA Teachers College....................... 23 35......... Sam Houston State............................ 33 19......... Hunt Oilers......................................... 43 28......... Humble Oilers.................................... 30 50......... Texas A&I........................................... 15 35......... Texas A&I........................................... 25 32......... Rice.................................................... 46 28......... San Marcos TC.................................. 23 28......... Sam Houston State............................ 18 41......... Texas................................................. 40 46......... Baylor................................................. 23 29......... Baylor................................................. 33 40......... TCU................................................... 30 21......... SMU................................................... 44 29......... SMU................................................... 35 23......... Rice.................................................... 33

166

28......... Texas................................................. 25 41......... Arkansas............................................ 45 31......... Arkansas............................................ 51 24......... Texas................................................. 35 .

647......... (10-10)............................................. 650

1935-1936 Coach H.R. McQuillan

20......... Houston Regal Brew.......................... 15 34......... Sam Houston State............................ 29 40......... Beaumont KP..................................... 27 24......... Jacksonville....................................... 23 29......... Brown Paper Co. (Monroe, La.)......... 33 30......... Sam Houston State............................ 12 18......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 22 27......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 34 27......... SMU...................................... A........... 31 26......... TCU...................................... A........... 19 27......... Baylor.................................... A........... 13 28......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 42 32......... Rice....................................... H.......... 38 29......... Texas.................................... A........... 43 29......... Texas.................................... A........... 44 29......... Rice....................................... A........... 44 28......... TCU...................................... H.......... 27 31......... SMU...................................... H.......... 23 27......... Texas.................................... H.......... 32 .

506......... (9-9)................................................. 507

1936-1937 Coach H.R. McQuillan

32......... Sam Houston State............................ 34 26......... Sam Houston State............................ 24 41......... Sec. Presb. of Houston...................... 29 16......... Magnolia Oilers.................................. 27 18......... USC................................................... 26 30......... Magnolia Mobiloilers.......................... 33 33......... Louisiana Sulp. Co............................. 22 21......... North Texas TC.................................. 19 27......... North Texas TC.................................. 13 27......... North Texas TC.................................. 25 25......... Rice....................................... A........... 32 24......... Sam Houston State............................ 30 37......... Baylor.................................... A........... 33 14......... Texas.................................... H.......... 23 28......... Rice....................................... H.......... 24 21......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 19 45......... TCU (2OT)............................ A............. 4 32......... Arkansas............................................ 36 25......... SMU...................................... A........... 28 19......... Arkansas............................................ 45 32......... Arkansas............................................ 36 42......... Houston All-Stars............................... 22 30......... TCU...................................... H.......... 21 29......... Texas................................................. 37 22......... SMU...................................... H.......... 28 .

696......... (12-13)............................................. 708


1937-1938 Coach H.R. McQuillan

31......... Sam Houston State............................ 30 29......... Sam Houston State............................ 43 36......... Beaumont Mobiloilers........................ 30 39......... Magnolia Dealers............................... 49 32......... Arkansas............................................ 45 22......... Arkansas............................................ 33 44......... Magnolia Dealers............................... 31 45......... Rice.................................................... 39 33......... TCU................................................... 20 20......... SMU................................................... 41 28......... Baylor.................................... A........... 28 48......... Baylor (OT)........................... H.......... 46 43......... TCU................................................... 27 28......... SMU................................................... 47 27......... Texas.................................... A........... 35 27......... Sam Houston State............................ 26 31......... Texas.................................... H.......... 26 52......... Rice.................................................... 45 . 615......... (10-8)............................................... 649

1938-1939 Coach H.R. McQuillan

30......... Sam Houston State............................ 25 23......... Houston Sec. Presb........................... 29 23......... Sam Houston State............................ 26 29......... Texas A&I........................................... 33 35......... Texas A&I........................................... 18 35......... St. Mary’s........................................... 27 38......... St. Mary’s........................................... 52 21......... Drury College (Mo.)........................... 47 30......... Okla. Baptist College......................... 14 37......... Panhandle A&M .................................11 23......... North Texas........................................ 41 39......... Rice.................................................... 51 34......... Baylor................................................. 38 29......... Rice.................................................... 37 24......... TCU................................................... 18 29......... SMU................................................... 40 37......... Texas................................................. 41 44......... TCU................................................... 36 42......... Arkansas............................... A........... 61 38......... Arkansas............................... A........... 66 32......... Texas.................................... A........... 66 23......... Baylor.................................... A........... 47 23......... SMU...................................... H.......... 48 .

700......... (7-16)............................................... 827

1939-1940 Coach H.R. McQuillan 43......... Sam Houston State............................ 41 44......... Sam Houston State............................ 40 47......... St. Mary’s........................................... 48 29......... St. Mary’s........................................... 32 31......... NTSC................................................. 29 31......... ECTTC............................................... 37 44......... Ka. Wesleyan Col. ............................ ?? ??......... S.E. Okla. TC..................................... 46 46......... Ada Oklahoma TC............................. 43 44......... TCU...................................... H.......... 31 40......... Sec. Presb. of Houston...................... 39 49......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 46 44......... Rice....................................... H.......... 62

51......... SMU...................................... H.......... 49 54......... Rice....................................... A........... 67 36......... Baylor.................................... A........... 68 25......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 37 41......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 31 31......... Texas.................................... A........... 42 55......... TCU...................................... A........... 64 39......... SMU...................................... A........... 46 53......... Texas.................................... H.......... 52 .

877......... (11-11).............................................. 957

1940-1941 Coach H.R. McQuillan

21......... Sam Houston State............................ 32 31......... Carr-Sweeney of Houston................. 32 45......... Sam Houston State............................ 33 34......... St. Mary’s.............................. N.......... 32 42......... St. Mary’s.............................. N.......... 43 21......... Okla. City U........................... N.......... 19 30......... Oklahoma A&M..................... N.......... 38 34......... Rice....................................... A........... 68 33......... Arkansas............................... A........... 68 36......... Arkansas............................... A........... 53 33......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 31 48......... Carr-Sweeney of Houston.... H.......... 44 52......... TCU................................................... 50 37......... SMU...................................... A........... 43 48......... TCU................................................... 45 40......... SMU...................................... H.......... 45 46......... Rice....................................... H.......... 50 22......... Texas.................................... H.......... 42 17......... Baylor.................................... A........... 28 36......... Texas.................................... A........... 53 .

979......... (7-13)............................................... 855

1941-1942 Coach Marty Karow

33......... Sam Houston State............................ 50 56......... NTCC................................................. 42 43......... Phillips 66.......................................... 74 36......... Texas Tech......................................... 48 56......... LSU.................................................... 43 52......... Centenary.......................................... 27 29......... Kentucky............................................ 49 31......... Purdue............................................... 55 41......... Bradley Tech...................................... 53 30......... Oregon............................................... 36 29......... Washington U. (St. Louis).................. 39 32......... Texas.................................... A........... 46 36......... Rice....................................... A........... 34 46......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 48 42......... Rice....................................... H.......... 44 54......... Sam Houston..................................... 42 35......... Baylor.................................... A........... 38 41......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 47 31......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 40 47......... SMU...................................... H.......... 29 33......... TCU...................................... H.......... 27 27......... TCU...................................... A........... 34 33......... SMU...................................... A........... 35 46......... Texas.................................... H.......... 42 . 939......... (8-16)............................................ 1,022

167

1942-1943 Coach Manning Smith

60......... Duncan Field......................... A........... 21 45......... 95th Div. Ft. Sam Houston................. 35 31......... C.C. Naval Air Station........... A........... 62 39......... Duncan Field......................... H.......... 33 45......... Texas.................................... H.......... 54 33......... Rice.................................................... 42 54......... Randolph Field...................... H.......... 41 29......... S.A. Aviation Cadet Center................ 31 43......... Randolph Field................................... 31 53......... TCU...................................... H.......... 26 58......... Baylor (OT)........................................ 66 68......... Sam Houston State............................ 38 43......... Sam Houston State............................ 44 47......... Waco Army AF................................... 25 59......... Baylor ............................................... 45 39......... TCU................................................... 45 39......... SMU...................................... A........... 51 54......... SMU................................................... 47 49......... Arkansas............................................ 74 67......... Arkansas............................................ 52 30......... Rice....................................... A........... 40 55......... Texas................................................. 57

1040........ (11-11).............................................. 964

1943-1944 Coach Manning Smith

35......... SMU................................................... 65 43......... Baylor................................................. 48 33......... Rice.................................................... 63 39......... Baylor................................................. 42 30......... S.A. Aviation Cadet Center................ 53 49......... Corsicana Army Air Field................... 46 41......... Texas................................................. 77 36......... TCU................................................... 40 37......... SMU................................................... 81 33......... Rice.................................................... 67 22......... TCU................................................... 55 59......... Brooks Field....................................... 48 30......... Randolph Field................................... 62 38......... Bergstrom Field................................. 45 36......... Texas................................................. 81 35......... Arkansas............................................ 70 38......... Arkansas............................................ 68 .

634......... (2-15).............................................1,011

1944-1945 Coach Manning Smith

34......... Bergstrom Field................................. 30 26......... Normoyle 4051 Base Unit.................. 43 42......... Ward Island Navy School................... 47 20......... C.C. Naval Air Station........................ 63 43......... Camp Normoyle................................. 57 39......... S.A. Aviation Cadet Ctr...................... 72 27......... Ward Island Navy School................... 76 27......... TCU...................................... H.......... 30 31......... C.C. Naval Air Station........................ 68 22......... Rice.................................................... 53 28......... SMU................................................... 50 59......... Texas................................................. 87 42......... Baylor.................................... A........... 30 29......... Baylor.................................... A........... 28 25......... Rice.................................................... 68 33......... McCloskey General Hospital............. 46

History


43......... SMU................................................... 73 40......... TCU................................................... 52 35......... Texas................................................. 70 36......... Arkansas............................... A........... 87 21......... Arkansas............................... A........... 80 .

702......... (3-18) ........................................... 1,213

1945-1946 Coach Marty Karow 51......... Camp Bowie......................... H.......... 17 40......... SW La. Inst........................... A........... 32 50......... LSU....................................... A........... 51 41......... Bergstrom Fld. Flyers........... A........... 42 50......... SHSTC.................................. H.......... 27 43......... Army Pilots Personnel     ... Training School..................... A........... 40 36......... AAF Pilot Personnel ......... Dist. Cent.............................. A........... 37 32......... Kelley Field........................... A........... 33 44......... Corpus Christi NAS............... A........... 59 45......... SMU...................................... H.......... 38 41......... TCU...................................... H.......... 51 42......... Texas.................................... A........... 46 34......... Rice....................................... H.......... 36 56......... Corpus Christi NAS............... H.......... 59 47......... TCU...................................... A........... 55 53......... SMU (OT)............................. A........... 49 44......... SHSTC.................................. A........... 34 50......... Texas.................................... H.......... 44 59......... Rice (OT).............................. A........... 64 48......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 54 41......... Baylor.................................... A........... 44 56......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 55 45......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 53 1048 ....... (9-14) ............................................ 1020

1946-1947

History

Coach Marty Karow

49......... NTSC.................................... H.......... 59 52......... Siena..................................... A........... 47 59......... Morehead TC (OT)............... A........... 55 46......... Murray Teachers .................. A........... 49 63......... Bradley Tech......................... A........... 91 42......... St. Louis................................ A........... 57 18......... Kentucky............................... A........... 84 58......... Stephen F. Austin.................. N.......... 52 36......... George Pepperdine.............. N.......... 53 51......... Texas Tech............................ N.......... 46 41......... Houston................................ A........... 60 50......... Brooke Army ......... Medical Center (OT)............. H ........ 46 48......... TCU...................................... A........... 41 35......... SMU...................................... A........... 68 51......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 59 52......... Rice....................................... H.......... 39 39......... Baylor.................................... A........... 44 41......... Texas.................................... A........... 61 57......... Houston YMCA..................... H.......... 67 48......... Rice....................................... A........... 53 40......... Texas.................................... H.......... 69 56......... Arkansas............................... A........... 62 58......... Arkansas............................... A........... 71 48......... TCU...................................... H.......... 38 59......... SMU (OT)............................. H.......... 58

1197 . ...... (9-16) ............................................ 1429

1947-1948 Coach Marty Karow

63......... Abilene Christian................... H.......... 54 40......... S. E. Okla. State................... H.......... 37 37......... S. E. Okla. State................... H.......... 40 43......... East Texas State................... H.......... 52 65......... Sam Houston State............... A........... 55 57......... Sam Houston State............... H.......... 47 64......... Baldwin Wallace.................... A........... 81 40......... Ohio State............................. A........... 54 44......... Seton Hall............................. A........... 46 45......... LSU....................................... N.......... 44 30......... SMU...................................... N.......... 47 55......... Denton (NTSC)..................... N.......... 59 51......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 58 46......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 57 41......... Baylor.................................... A........... 57 48......... Texas.................................... A........... 69 47......... Rice....................................... A........... 49 52......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 70 51......... SMU...................................... H.......... 46 48......... TCU...................................... H.......... 22 48......... Rice....................................... H.......... 52 26......... SMU...................................... A........... 62 34......... Texas.................................... H.......... 54 41......... TCU...................................... A........... 46

1114 . ...... (7-17) ............................................ 1258

1948-1949 Coach Marty Karow

49......... Trinity.................................... A........... 56 43......... SHSTC.................................. A........... 47 58......... Abilene Christian................... H.......... 40 50......... SHSTC.................................. H.......... 53 55......... LSU....................................... A........... 58 28......... Tulane................................... A........... 51 50......... SW Okla. Teachers............... H.......... 30 49......... SW Okla. Teachers............... H.......... 35 36......... Siena..................................... A........... 43 55......... Seton Hall............................. A........... 69 52......... Baldwin-Wallace................... A........... 69 67......... Akron.................................... A........... 75 58......... TCU...................................... A........... 42 37......... SMU...................................... A........... 55 53......... Rice....................................... A........... 54 47......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 53 41......... Texas.................................... A........... 50 35......... SMU...................................... H.......... 49 39......... TCU...................................... H.......... 37 57......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 62 43......... Texas.................................... A........... 56 26......... Baylor.................................... A........... 38 46......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 61 39......... Rice....................................... H.......... 53

1274 ....... (10-14) .......................................... 1221 A1 Madison Square Garden N1 San Antonio, TX N2 San Francisco, Calif.

1950-1951 Coach John Floyd

Coach Marty Karow

52......... Long Island ......................... A1.......... 66 50......... Niagra................................... A........... 53 51......... St. Louis (#3)........................ A........... 55 34......... Oklahoma A&M..................... A........... 55 66......... Abilene Christian................... H.......... 45 73......... Abilene Christian................... H.......... 38 67......... Trinity.................................... A........... 49

168

40......... North Texas State................. A........... 35 39......... Oklahoma City...................... A........... 44 42......... Siena..................................... A........... 55 45......... Canisius................................ A........... 44 36......... Duquesne............................. A........... 73 50......... Southwest Texas................... H.......... 55 52......... Southwest Texas................... H.......... 64 40......... Sam Houston State............... H.......... 36 45......... Houston................................ A........... 52 50......... Sam Houston State............... A........... 45 60......... Trinity.................................... A........... 40 51......... Rice....................................... H.......... 39 55......... Baylor.................................... A........... 53 39......... TCU...................................... H.......... 36 44......... SMU...................................... A........... 51 32......... Texas.................................... H.......... 29 34......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 33 27......... TCU...................................... A........... 30 48......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 36 38......... Arkansas............................... A........... 46 49......... SMU...................................... H.......... 43 45......... Rice....................................... A........... 42 40......... Texas.................................... A........... 42 55......... Houston................................ H.......... 46 50......... TCU...................................... A........... 44 45......... Texas.................................... H.......... 33 34......... Texas.................................... A........... 35 33......... Texas.................................... A........... 32 40......... Washington(#15).................(KC)........ 62

1203... .... (17-12)........................................... 1276

1951-1952

1111......... (5-19)............................................. 1236

1949-1950

50......... Arizona................................. N1......... 56 74......... North Texas State................. H.......... 33 46......... Arizona.................................. A........... 59 48......... California.............................. N2......... 59 49......... Stanford............................... N2......... 55 48......... SMU...................................... H.......... 53 49......... TCU...................................... H.......... 45 43......... Arkansas............................... H.......... 35 46......... Texas.................................... A........... 48 56......... Rice....................................... H.......... 37 56......... Baylor.................................... A........... 45 50......... SMU...................................... A........... 56 56......... Baylor.................................... H.......... 54 46......... Arkansas............................... A........... 52 52......... Rice....................................... A........... 62 60......... TCU...................................... A........... 58 52......... Texas.................................... H.......... 53

Coach John Floyd

43......... North Texas State................. H ........ 46 29......... Houston................................ H ........ 38 40......... Marshall................................ A ........ 46 42......... Manhattan............................. A ........ 44 52......... Tennessee............................ A ........ 60 63......... Trinity (Tex.).......................... H ........ 44 49......... Arkansas.............................. N1 ....... 46 52......... Texas................................... N1 ....... 51 35......... TCU..................................... N1 ....... 65 47......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 42 55......... Oklahoma City (#15)............. A ........ 62 55......... Rice....................................... H ........ 44 34......... SMU...................................... A ........ 40


47......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 36 44......... Houston................................ A ........ 52 40......... Texas.................................... A ........ 51 41......... TCU...................................... H ........ 52 45......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 52 40......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 49 61......... SMU...................................... H ........ 47 44......... TCU...................................... A ........ 58 34......... Texas.................................... H ........ 38 46......... Oklahoma City...................... H ........ 42 56......... Rice....................................... A ........ 54

1094... .... (9-15) .............................................1159 N1 - SWC Tournament, Dallas, TX

1952-1953 Coach John Floyd

65......... Houston................................ H ........ 59 53......... NW Louisiana....................... H.......... 58 68......... Eastern New Mexico............. H ........ 48 60......... Trinity.................................... H ........ 55 52......... Colorado A&M....................... H ........ 65 52......... SMU..................................... N1 ....... 65 49......... Arizona................................. N1 ....... 66 54......... Texas................................... N1 ....... 58 44......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 60 56......... Arkansas .........(2 OT).......... H.......... 48 36......... TCU...................................... A ........ 67 51......... Texas.................................... H ........ 42 34......... Rice....................................... A ........ 52 51......... SMU...................................... H ........ 43 46......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 47 49......... Texas.................................... A ........ 68 56......... Rice....................................... H ........ 69 46......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 66 44......... Houston................................ A ........ 48 59......... SMU...................................... A ........ 73 48......... TCU...................................... H ........ 52

1056........ (6-15) ........................................... 1201 N1 - SWC Tournament Dallas, TX

1953-1954 Coach John Floyd

68......... Lamar Tech........................... A ........ 88 56......... Trinity.................................... H ........ 46 56......... Houston................................ A ........ 62 38......... Oklahoma City (#19)............. H ........ 60 56......... LSU (#10)............................. A ........ 77 55......... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 58 43......... Rice (#11)............................ N1....... 55 50......... Baylor................................... N1....... 64 41......... TCU..................................... N1....... 69 45......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 47 53......... Rice (#11)............................. A ........ 78 46......... Texas.................................... H ........ 49 52......... TCU...................................... H ........ 69 55......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 80 48......... SMU...................................... A ........ 92 47......... Rice....................................... H ........ 61 73......... SMU...................................... H ........ 71 49......... Texas.................................... A ........ 66 57......... TCU...................................... A ........ 76 54......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 67 51......... Houston................................ H ........ 52 65......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 79

N1 - SWC Tournament Houston, TX

Coach John Floyd

63......... Houston................................ H ........ 85 45......... Tulsa..................................... H ........ 57 53......... Tulane................................... A ........ 82 61......... LSU....................................... A ........ 73 57......... West Texas........................... A ........ 82 86......... Pepperdine.......................... N1........ 84 66......... Texas................................... N2........ 61 57......... TCU..................................... N2........ 72 70......... Arkansas.............................. N2........ 74 41......... Rice....................................... A ........ 61 62......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 59 69......... SMU...................................... A ........ 93 66......... Houston................................ A ...... 107 77......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 89 58......... LSU....................................... H ........ 47 58......... TCU (#20)............................. H ........ 71 62......... TCU...................................... A ........ 92 34......... Oklahoma City...................... A ........ 55 76......... Texas.................................... H ........ 80 56......... SMU...................................... H ........ 81 68......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 86 64......... Texas.................................... A ........ 74 63......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 73 52......... Rice....................................... H ........ 67

1464........ (4-20) ............................................ 1805 1 - Canyon, TX N N2 - SWC Tournament Houston,TX

1955-1956 Coach Ken Loeffler

43......... Tulsa..................................... A ........ 48 69......... Vanderbilt.............................. A ........ 79 71......... Memphis State...................... A ........ 84 73......... LSU....................................... H ........ 59 85......... Tulane................................... H ........ 66 44......... Houston................................ H ........ 78 81......... Rice...................................... N1....... 110 59......... TCU..................................... N1....... 67 49......... Arkansas.............................. N1........ 80 90......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 70 77......... Rice (#17)............................. A ........ 89 68......... SMU...................................... A ........ 97 75......... Texas.................................... H ........ 74 66......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 98 75......... Sam Houston State............... H ........ 46 84......... TCU...................................... H ........ 74 56......... Oklahoma City (#16)............. A ........ 76 74......... Houston................................ A ....... 105 66......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 85 52......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 61 80......... SMU (#12)............................ H ........ 92 67......... TCU...................................... A ........ 91 61......... Rice (#18)............................. H ........ 85 70......... Texas.................................... A ........ 98

1635........ (6-18) ............................................ 1912 N1 - SWC Tournament Houston,TX

1956-1957 Coach Ken Loeffler

59......... Centenary............................. A ........ 67 69......... St. Mary’s.............................. H ........ 60 58......... Sam Houston........................ A ........ 59 81......... Trinity.................................... H ........ 55

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68......... Loyola.................................. N1....... 71 63......... Miss. Southern...................... A ........ 75 83......... Florida State......................... A ........ 74 69......... Georgia Tech........................ A ........ 76 80......... Miami.................................... A ........ 86 76......... Navy..................................... N2....... 75 46......... SMU (#7)............................. N2....... 68 44......... Rice...................................... N2....... 66 39......... Rice....................................... H ........ 53 65......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 73 53......... SMU (#4).............................. H ........ 62 58......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 67 58......... TCU...................................... A ........ 77 69......... Texas.................................... H ........ 67 46......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 63 59......... TCU...................................... H ........ 62 64......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 61 55......... SMU (#6).............................. A ........ 71 61......... Texas.................................... A ........ 56 55......... Rice....................................... A ........ 57

1478........ (7-17) ............................................ 1601 1 - New Orleans N N2 - SWC Tournament Houston,TX

1957-1958 Coach Bob Rogers

56......... St. Mary’s.............................. A ........ 69 71......... Memphis State (#20)............ A ........ 68 46......... Wake Forest.......................... A ........ 68 50......... Richmond.............................. A ........ 70 72......... Ohio State............................. A ........ 69 44......... Temple (#10)......................... A ........ 60 54......... TCU..................................... N1 ........ 65 49......... SMU..................................... N1 ........ 59 80......... Baylor................................... N1 ........ 63 48......... TCU...................................... A ........ 71 71......... Texas.................................... H ........ 50 59......... Rice (OT).............................. H......... 62 57......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 47 44......... SMU...................................... H ........ 36 51......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 67 55......... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 57 92......... Houston................................ H ........ 74 60......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 51 57......... Rice....................................... A ........ 67 68......... Texas.................................... A ........ 74 66......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 57 79......... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 63 43......... SMU...................................... A ........ 42 42......... TCU...................................... H ........ 62 ..

1414........ (11-13)........................................... 1471 N1 - SWC Tournament Houston,TX

1958-1959 Coach Bob Rogers

61......... Trinity.................................... A ........ 51 57......... Houston................................ H ........ 45 81......... Sam Houston........................ H ........ 54 68......... Centenary............................. A ........ 57 62......... Alabama............................... N1 ....... 66 74......... Wyoming.............................. N1 ....... 64 66......... Texas Tech........................... N2 ....... 58 60......... Rice...................................... N2 ....... 59 61......... TCU (#19)............................ N2 ....... 45 65......... SMU...................................... A ........ 63 65......... Rice....................................... H ........ 70 49......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 56 63......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 62 73......... Texas.................................... H ........ 29

History

1158......... (2-20) ............................................ 1466

1954-1955


71......... Houston................................ A ........ 64 46......... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 57 64......... TCU (#17)............................. H ........ 76 65......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 52 61......... TCU (#16)............................. A ........ 80 53......... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 52 71......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 72 71......... Texas.................................... A ........ 61 67......... Rice....................................... A ........ 74 66......... SMU...................................... H ........ 70

1540.(15-9) . ....................................... 1437 1 - Birmingham Classic, AL N N2 - SWC Tournament Houston,TX

1959-1960 Coach Bob Rogers

95......... Centenary............................. H ........ 38 86......... Trinity.................................... H ........ 47 67......... Houston................................ H ........ 49 70......... Midwestern........................... H ........ 43 64......... Houston................................ A ........ 62 72......... TCU..................................... N1 ........ 61 84......... Texas................................... N1 ........ 74 58......... SMU..................................... N1 ........ 55 68......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 51 65......... TCU...................................... A ........ 52 64......... SMU...................................... H ........ 66 72......... Texas.................................... H ........ 61 61......... Rice....................................... A ........ 43 69......... San Francisco....................... A ........ 65 55......... Santa Clara........................... A ........ 66 89......... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 59 77......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 68 94......... Rice....................................... H ........ 53 62......... Texas.................................... A ........ 79 82......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 61 53......... SMU...................................... A ........ 81 61......... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 68 64......... TCU...................................... H ........ 56 77......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 63

1708........ (19-5) ............................................ 1421 N1 - SWC Tournament Houston,TX

1960-1961

History

Coach Bob Rogers

66......... Trinity.................................... A ........ 48 64......... Kansas State (#20)............... A ........ 69 66......... Houston................................ H ........ 61 77......... Centenary............................. H ........ 54 58......... Oklahoma State................... N1 ....... 60 56......... Oklahoma............................ N1 ....... 69 76......... Eastern Kentucky................. N2 ....... 57 62......... Air Force Academy.............. N2 ....... 51 82......... TCU...................................... H ........ 69 75......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 61 81......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 62 68......... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 74 76......... Texas.................................... A ........ 81 85......... Houston................................ A ........ 89 86......... Pacific................................... H ........ 39 80......... SMU...................................... H ........ 66 79......... Rice....................................... H ........ 59 66......... TCU...................................... A ........ 68 74......... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 71 65......... Rice....................................... A ........ 58 61......... SMU...................................... A ........ 65 86......... Texas.................................... H ........ 69 90......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 69 70......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 68

1749........ (16-8) ............................................ 1537 1 - Houston, Texas; N N2 - Lubbock, Texas;

1961-1962 Coach Bob Rogers

58......... Centenary............................. A ........ 56 64......... Houston................................ H ........ 49 60......... Memphis State...................... A ........ 62 55......... Lamar Tech........................... H ........ 51 62......... Auburn................................. N1 ....... 50 71......... UCLA................................... N1 ....... 81 69......... Wichita State (#18).............. N2 ....... 71 71......... Seattle.................................. N2 ....... 54 71......... Oklahoma City..................... N2 ....... 69 59......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 64 70......... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 61 54......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 52 75......... SMU...................................... H ........ 55 57......... Texas.................................... A ........ 64 69......... Houston................................ A ........ 73 79......... TCU...................................... A ........ 72 88......... Rice....................................... H ........ 73 54......... SMU...................................... A ........ 59 54......... Texas.................................... H ........ 48 87......... TCU...................................... H ........ 65 62......... Rice....................................... A ........ 63 89......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 79 49......... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 69 84......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 61

62 . $....Texas Western…(NCAA). 68 1821........ (18-7) ............................................ 1723 * —.SWC Games $ —.NCAA Playoffs N1 —.Bluebonnet Classic (Rice Gym), Houston, TX N2 —.All-College Tournament, Oklahoma City, OK

1964-1965 Coach Shelby Metcalf

1611......... (15-9) ............................................ 1501 1 - Houston, Texas N N2 - All-College Tourn. Oklahoma City, OK

1962-1963 Coach Bob Rogers

91......... Centenary............................. H ........ 74 74......... Lamar Tech........................... A ........ 81 78......... Memphis State...................... H ........ 67 87......... Miss. Southern...................... H ........ 61 69......... Houston................................ H ........ 67 67......... LSU...................................... N1 ....... 61 79......... Michigan.............................. N1 ....... 82 67......... Tulane.................................. N2 ....... 53 60......... Virginia................................. N2 ....... 59 80......... Baylor.................................... H ........ 54 60......... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 53 71......... Rice....................................... H ........ 61 68......... SMU...................................... A ........ 71 57......... Houston................................ A ........ 58 55......... Arkansas............................... A ........ 66 59......... Texas.................................... H ........ 70 85......... TCU...................................... A ........ 69 76......... SMU...................................... H ........ 70 80......... Arkansas............................... H ........ 78 73......... Texas.................................... A ........ 83 87......... TCU...................................... H ........ 54 68......... Baylor.................................... A ........ 54 96......... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 83 70......... Rice....................................... A ........ 73

73......... Memphis State...................... A ......... 83 83......... Southern Mississippi............. A........... 70 97......... Arlington State...................... H ........ 80 75......... Sam Houston State............... A ........ 58 81......... Memphis State . ................... H.......... 71 74......... Houston................................ H ........ 67 69......... Rice....................................... A ........ 60 49......... Houston............................... N1........ 59 98......... Trinity.................................... A ........ 72 77... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 80 77... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 89 72... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 71 93... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 55 74......... Houston................................ A ........ 79 82... *..... Arkansas............................... A ......... 79 63... *..... Texas.................................... H.......... 65 76... *..... Texas Tech............................ H.......... 82 77... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 84 104... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 93 91... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 77 102... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 95 71... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 86 94... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 81 73... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 98 1925........ (14-10) .......................................... 1834 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Bluebonnet Classic (Rice Gym), Houston, TX

1965-1966 Coach Shelby Metcalf

1757........ (16-8) ............................................ 1602 1 - Houston, Texas N N2 - Arkansas State Holiday Tourn. Jonesboro, AR

WC Champions

1963-1964 Coach Shelby Metcalf

61 ........ Houston................................ H ........ 58 71 ........ Utah State............................. A ........ 94 71 ........ Utah University..................... A ........ 98 96 ........ Sam Houston State............... H ........ 63 70 ........ Oklahoma City .................... N1 ....... 80 58 ........ Mississippi State.................. N1 ....... 54

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61 ........ Washington.......................... N2 ....... 53 56 ........ Wichita State........................ N2 ....... 70 99 ........ Wyoming.............................. N2 ....... 87 75 .. *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 61 92 .. *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 64 65 .. *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 60 65 ........ Houston................................ A ........ 73 74 .. *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 70 83 .. *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 58 72 .. *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 64 82 .. *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 84 79 .. *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 67 77 .. *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 71 60 .. *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 57 82 .. *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 70 75 .. *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 70 70 .. *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 66 65 .. *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 63

79......... Trinity.................................... H.......... 70 76......... SW Texas State.................... H.......... 66 93......... Houston................................ H.......... 88 93......... Memphis State...................... H.......... 84 89......... Rice....................................... A........... 81 85......... Houston............................... N1......... 90 74......... Virginia Tech........................ N2 ...... 101 86......... Xavier................................... N2 ........ 98 72......... Bowling Green..................... N2......... 85 85... *..... SMU...................................... H.......... 78 92... *..... Rice....................................... A........... 85 75... *..... Arkansas............................... H.......... 72 81... *..... Baylor.................................... A........... 60 64... *..... Texas.................................... A........... 57


85......... Houston................................ A........... 97 81... *..... TCU...................................... A........... 72 77... *..... Texas Tech............................ H.......... 71 82... *..... Texas.................................... H .......110 85... *..... Texas Tech............................ A........... 98 96... *..... TCU...................................... H.......... 91 65... *..... SMU...................................... A........... 82 93... *..... Rice....................................... H.......... 65 95... *..... Baylor.................................... H.......... 78 71... *..... Arkansas............................... A........... 94 . 974......... (15-9) ............................................ 1973 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Bluebonnet Classic (Rice Gym), Houston, TX N2 —.All-College Tourn., Oklahoma City, OK

1966-1967 Coach Shelby Metcalf

50......... Louisiana Tech...................... H.......... 53 56......... Memphis State...................... A........... 66 49......... Mississippi State.................. N1......... 62 68......... Alabama............................... N1......... 89 78......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H ........ 76 69......... North Texas State................. H.......... 72 71......... West Texas State.................. A........... 89 54......... New Mexico (#5)................... A........... 85 67......... New York ............................ N2......... 79 69... *..... Rice....................................... H.......... 66 67... *..... SMU...................................... A........... 80 64... *..... TCU...................................... H.......... 67 46... *..... Arkansas............................... A........... 47 68... *..... Texas.................................... H.......... 59 74......... Trinity.................................... A ...... 100 65... *..... Baylor.................................... A........... 93 70... *..... Texas Tech............................ H.......... 67 79... *..... Rice....................................... A ...... 101 60... *..... Arkansas............................... H.......... 53 36... *..... Texas Tech............................ A........... 41 71... *..... Baylor.................................... H.......... 69 58... *..... Texas.................................... A........... 72 71... *..... SMU...................................... H.......... 85 71... *..... TCU...................................... A........... 96

1531........ (6-18) ............................................ 1767 * —.SWC Games N1 —.So. Mississippi Invitational, Hattiesburg, MS N2 —.Lobo Invitational, Albuquerque, NM

85... *..... SMU...................................... H.......... 80

* —.SWC Games N1 —.Sun Flower Classic, Lawrence, KS N2 —.Washington Tournament, Seattle, WA

1968-1969 Coach Shelby Metcalf 95......... Southern Mississippi............. H ........ 82 72......... Centenary............................. H ........ 65 87......... Lamar Tech........................... H ........ 98 102......... Louisiana Tech...................... H ........ 83 74......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H ........ 75 60......... Wichita State......................... A ........ 79 71......... Duquesne (#15)................... N1 ....... 93 77......... Pacific.................................. N1 ....... 75 83......... Wyoming (#19).................... N1 ....... 81 85... *..... Texas Tech............................ H......... 84 73... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 68 76... *..... SMU (OT)............................. A ........ 75 72... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 71 71......... Houston................................ A ........ 85 65... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 57 65... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 66 90... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 82 70... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 69 84... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 83 86... *..... Baylor(#19)........................... H ........ 74 71... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 70 79... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 66 119 .. *..... SMU...................................... H.......... 98 71... *..... TCU...................................... A........... 94 81...$.... Trinity............................... (NCAA)...... 66 63...$.... Drake (#11)...................... (NCAA)...... 81 82...$.... Colorado (#18)................. (NCAA)...... 97 . 2124 ....... (18-9) ............................................ 2107 * — SWC Games $—N CAA Tournament N1 — All-College Classic, Oklahoma City, OK

1969-1970 Coach Shelby Metcalf

1967-1968 Coach Shelby Metcalf

71......... Northwestern State (LA)....... H ......... 73 109......... Midwestern........................... H ........ 80 66......... Kent State............................ N1 ........ 68 69......... Nebraska............................. N1 ....... 78 63......... Colorado State...................... H ........ 54 79......... Missouri............................... N2 ........ 81 78......... Clemson............................... N2 ........ 63 68......... Furman................................. A ........ 66 93......... Northwestern(OT)................ N3......... 91 64... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 59 71... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 79 87... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 81 84......... Louisiana Tech...................... A ...... 100 58... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 68 84... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 74 66... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 84 72... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 84 79... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 70 77... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 73 82... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 74 84... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 81 72... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 60 68... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 70 91... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 86 1835........ (14-10) .......................................... 1797 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Houston Classic, Houston, TX N2 —.Sun Bowl Classic, El Paso, TX N3 —.Poinsettia Classic, Greenville, SC

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82......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H.......... 89 67......... East Texas State . ................ H.......... 61 75......... UTA....................................... H.......... 77 70......... Oregon (#18)....................... N1......... 94 69......... Tulane.................................. N1......... 89 91......... Abilene Christian................... H.......... 74 71......... Tulsa..................................... A ....... 103 75......... Arizona................................. N2......... 90 83......... Furman................................. A ....... 103 61......... The Citadel........................... A........... 62 66......... UNC Charlotte...................... A........... 62 87......... Lamar Tech........................... H.......... 82 83... *..... Baylor.................................... A ....... 108 59... *..... TCU...................................... H.......... 64 74... *..... Rice....................................... A........... 73 65... *..... Texas Tech............................ H.......... 76 83... *..... SMU (OT)............................. H.......... 89 87... *..... Arkansas............................... A........... 83 69... *..... Texas.................................... A........... 78 71... *..... Rice....................................... H.......... 73 78... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 85 66... *..... Texas Tech (OT)................... A........... 64 65... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 64 71... *..... Baylor (OT)........................... H.......... 78 63... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 76 92... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 89

1924 ....... (9-17) ............................................ 2086 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Houston Classic, Houston, TX N2 —.Poinsettia Classic, Greenville, SC

1971-1972 Coach Shelby Metcalf 96......... Texas Wesleyan.................... H.......... 72 91......... Northwestern State (LA)....... H.......... 75 79......... Tulsa..................................... H.......... 90 53......... UCLA (#1)............................. A .......117 86......... SW State............................... H.......... 68 73......... New Mexico.......................... A........... 95 77......... Creighton............................. N1 ...... 100 65......... Michigan State..................... N2......... 67 73......... LSU...................................... N2 ........ 68 72......... George Washington.............. A........... 64 66......... Virginia Tech (OT)................ N3......... 62 98......... Trinity.................................... H.......... 58 79... *..... SMU...................................... H.......... 71 89... *..... Arkansas............................... A ...... 100 81... *..... TCU...................................... H.......... 74 85... *..... Baylor.................................... H.......... 75 80... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 70 68... *..... Texas Tech............................ H.......... 63 71... *..... Texas.................................... A ......   80 71... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 75 86... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 85 75... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 67 101... *..... Baylor (OT)........................... A........... 95 69... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 73 73... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 80 71... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 61 2028........ (16-10) .......................................... 2005 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Lobo Invitational Albuquerque, NM N2 —.Bluebonnet Classic Houston, TX N3 —.Presidential Classic Washington, DC

History

84......... Louisiana Tech...................... A........... 77 106......... Trinity.................................... H ......... 95 89......... West Texas State.................. H.......... 83 78......... SW Texas State.................... H.......... 74 65......... North Texas State................. A ........ 71 77......... Kansas State....................... N1......... 82 52......... Kansas (#4).......................... A ........ 78 80......... Seattle................................... A ........ 72 77......... San Francisco...................... N2......... 75 70... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 75 77... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 81 94... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 81 77... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 78 88... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 87 93......... Centenary............................. A........... 99 67... *..... Baylor.................................... H.......... 77 75... *..... Rice....................................... A ......... 66 117 .. *..... Texas.................................... H ...... 105 78... *..... Rice....................................... H.......... 58 67... *..... Baylor.................................... A........... 63 71... *..... Arkansas............................... H.......... 67 78... *..... TCU...................................... A ......... 85 81... *..... Texas Tech............................ A........... 83

1970-1971

1936........ (14-10) .......................................... 1892


1972-1973

1974-1975

Coach Shelby Metcalf

Coach Shelby Metcalf

Coach Shelby Metcalf

100......... Wayland Baptist.................... H ........ 60 88......... UTA....................................... H ........ 84 90......... Angelo State......................... H ........ 81

84......... Texas Lutheran..................... H.......... 74 84......... Houston Baptist.................... H.......... 77 83......... Oral Roberts (OT)................. H.......... 84 98......... Va. Commonwealth . ...........H  ......... 84 55......... Indiana (#3).......................... N1 ........ 90 67......... Northwestern....................... N2 ........ 55 69......... UTEP................................... N2 ........ 71 62......... Fairfield................................ N3 ........ 57 84......... Va. Commonwealth............... A ........ 70 80......... UNLV................................... N4 ........ 78 72......... Houston................................ A ........ 92 101......... Sam Houston State............... H ........ 71 64... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 61 81... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 69 68... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 55 80... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 74 102... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 77 89... *..... Arkansas (2 OT)................... A........... 95 96... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 66 62... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 60 62... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 55 99... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 66 63... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 73 94... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 81 100... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 77 74... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 63 79...$.... Cincinnati (#17)................ (NCAA)...... 87

70......... Texas Lutheran..................... H ....... 61 70......... Angelo State......................... H ....... 69 100......... Sam Houston State............... H ....... 83 87......... Houston Baptist................... N1 ........ 72 72......... SW Louisiana....................... N1 ....... 81 61......... Cal Santa Barbara............... N2 ....... 69 56......... Nevada Reno....................... N2 ....... 72 77......... St. Louis (2 OT)................... N3 ........ 87 58......... Oregon State....................... N3 ....... 80 89......... Bowling Green..................... N3 ....... 81 68... *..... Texas.................................... H ....... 59 73... *..... Texas.................................... A ....... 87 60... *..... Baylor.................................... A ....... 59 57... *..... SMU...................................... H ....... 53 64... *..... Texas Tech (OT)................... A ......... 66 71... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 78 58... *..... Arkansas (#17)..................... A ........ 72 79... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 60 93... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 60 76... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 69 72... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 57 68... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 70 59... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 60 79... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 61 83... *..... Houston................................ A .......116 62... *..... Arkansas (#6)....................... H ........ 63 89...#.... SMU...................................... H.......... 79 77...#.... Houston............................(SWC)...... 96

2146 ....... (20-7) ............................................ 1962

2028.. (.... 14-14) ........................................... 2020

67.........Oklahoma State (OT).......N1.........64 72......... Geo. Washington ................. H ........ 79 99......... Oral Roberts (#16)................ A ....... 117 81......... Brigham Young (#14)........... N2 ........ 83 62......... Penn State........................... N2 ........ 55 100......... Mississippi........................... N2 ........ 83 102......... Wichita State........................ N3 ........ 86 85......... Houston................................ A .......114 73... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 84 96......... Texas Lutheran..................... H ........ 77 91... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 80 69... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 64 75... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 81 67... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 68 92... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 73

62... *.....SMU (OT)..........................A..........64 108 .. *..... Arkansas............................... H 76... *..... Baylor.................................... A 68... *..... Texas.................................... A 90... *..... Rice....................................... H 76... *..... Texas Tech............................ A 78... *..... SMU...................................... H 95... *..... TCU...................................... A

........ 82 ........ 63 ........ 71 ........ 80 ........ 75 ........ 75 ........ 82

2162 ....... (17-9) ............................................ 2025 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Tulsa, OK N2 —.All-College Tournament, Oklahoma City, OK N3 —.Bluebonnet Classic, Houston, TX

1973-1974 Coach Shelby Metcalf 85......... Houston Baptist.................... H ........ 72 74......... SW Texas State.................... H ........ 65 85......... Tarleton State........................ H ........ 74 87......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H ........ 62 71......... Virginia Commonwealth........ A ........ 72 65......... George Washington............. N1 ........ 91 86......... Northwestern....................... N1 ........ 84 89......... Oklahoma Christian............. N2 ........ 68 67......... Tulsa.................................... N2 ........ 88 79......... Florida State........................ N3 ........ 99 99......... Denver................................. N3 ........ 84 100......... Southwestern........................ H ........ 87 90... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 75 72... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 88 61... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 63 80... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 79 90... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 98 62... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 71

86... *.....Arkansas (OT)...................H . .......80 90... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 64 68... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 70

98... *.....Texas Tech (2 OT).............H . .......95

96... *..... Rice....................................... A 81... *..... Texas.................................... H 94... *..... Baylor.................................... H 86... *..... Arkansas............................... A

........ 82 ........ 88 ........ 72 ........ 97

2141... .... (15-11) .......................................... 2068

History

* —.SWC Games N1 —.M arshall Memorial Tournament, Huntington, WV N2 —.Pan American Classic, Edinburg, TX N3 —.Bluebonnet Classic, Houston, TX

SWC Champions

* —.SWC Games $ —.NCAA Tournament, Lubbock, TX N1 —.Indianapolis, IN N2 —.Sun Bowl Classic, El Paso, TX N3 —.Virginia Commonwealth Tournament, Richmond, VA N4 —.Astro Bluebonnet Classic, Houston, TX

1975-1976 Coach Shelby Metcalf

1976-1977

* —.SWC Games & 1st Round SWC Tournament # —.SWC Tournament, The Summit, Houston, TX N1 —.Bayou Classic, Lafayette, LA N2 —.Bluebonnet Classic, Houston, TX N3 —.Far West Classic, Portland, OR

1977-1978 Coach Shelby Metcalf

115......... Wayland Baptist.................... H ........ 64 107......... SW Texas State.................... H ........ 74 127......... Houston Baptist.................... H ........ 80 105......... Sam Houston State............... H ........ 74 57......... La Salle................................ N1 ........ 59 71......... Yale...................................... N1 ........ 62 71......... Seattle.................................. N2 ........ 67 88......... Louisville (#11)..................... N2 ...... 102 75......... San Francisco (#19)............ N3........ 77 99......... Houston Baptist................... N3 ........ 74 76... *..... Baylor (OT)........................... A........... 69 93... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 87 64... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 62 74... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 67 91... *..... Arkansas (2 OT)................... A.......... 93 85... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 77 72... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 60 66... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 64 85... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 69 78... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 63 65... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 69 73... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 64 94... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 80 111... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 70 70... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 69 98... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 67 72...#.... Texas Tech........................(SWC)...... 74

86......... Angelo State......................... H ........ 67 81......... SW Louisiana........................ H ........ 79 77......... Houston Baptist.................... H ........ 50 95......... Sam Houston State............... H ........ 73 79......... Oral Roberts......................... A ........ 73 77......... Florida State........................ N1 ...... 100 106......... Samford............................... N1 ........ 91 68......... Miami, Ohio.......................... N2 ........ 79 70......... Austin Peay.......................... N2 ........ 76 84......... Oklahoma City...................... A ........ 79 61... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 77 73... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 80 78... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 71 68... *..... Arkansas (#3)....................... A ........ 84 58... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 71 77... *..... Texas (#15) (OT)................... H ......... 79 59... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 66 74... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 70 58... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 56 70... *..... SMU (OT)............................. A ......... 71 89... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 94 79... *..... Arkansas (#2)....................... H ........ 80 70... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 78 66... *..... Texas (#12)........................... A ........ 90 88... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 72 81... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 75 78...#.... Texas Tech........................(SWC)...... 85

2282... .... (21-6) ............................................ 1937

2050 ....... (12-15) .......................................... 2066

* —.SWC Games # —.S WC Tournament, Moody Coliseum, Dallas, TX N1 —.Jayhawk Classic, Lawrence, KS N2 —.Holiday Classic, Louisville, KY N3 —.Bluebonnet Classic, Houston, TX

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* —.SWC Games # —.SWC Tournament, The Summit, Houston, TX N1 —.Birmingham Classic, Birmingham, AL N2 —.All-College Tournamernt, Oklahoma City, OK


1978-1979 Coach Shelby Metcalf 65......... North Carolina State............ N1 ........ 81 54......... Indiana (#10)........................ N1 ........ 49 100......... Alaska-Anchorage............... N1 ........ 70 82......... SW Texas State.................... H ........ 78 85......... Oral Roberts......................... H ........ 79 107......... Sam Houston State............... H ........ 74 113......... Prairie View A&M.................. H ........ 63 101......... UNLV (#15).......................... N2 ........ 99 68......... San Francisco (#19)............. A ........ 65 73......... Kentucky (#11)...................... A ........ 69 57......... Illinois (#15)......................... N3 ........ 71 73......... Air Force.............................. N4 ........ 66 104......... Vermont................................ A ........ 76 77... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 64 69... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 43 76... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 78 74... *..... Arkansas (#11) (OT)............. H ......... 69 68... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 63 66... *..... Texas (#17)........................... A ........ 89 57... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 43 81... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 62 71... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 58 92... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 56 66... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 58 56... *..... Arkansas (#14)..................... A........... 60 63... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 67 57... *..... Texas (#12)........................... H ........ 65 61... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 56 92... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 60 62...#.... Texas Tech (OT).................. N5......... 63 79...$.... New Mexico (NIT)................. A........... 68 67...$.... Nevada-Reno (NIT).............. A........... 64 68...$.... Alabama (NIT)..................... N5......... 72 2484........ (24-9) ............................................ 2198 * —.SWC Games # —.SWC Tournament, The Summit, Houston, TX $ —.NIT Tournament N1 —.Seawolf Tournament, Anchorage, AL N2 —.Golden Gate Invitational, San Francisco, CA N3 —.Kentucky Invitational, Lexington, KY N4 —.Vermont Classic, Burlington, VT N5 —.The Summit, Houston, TX

1979-1980 Coach Shelby Metcalf

57... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 48 82... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 72 61...#.... Texas Tech (SWC)............... N5......... 51 52...#.... Arkansas (SWC).................. N5......... 50 55...$.... Bradley (NCAA)................... N6......... 53 78...$.... North Carolina (#15)(2 OT)(NCAA)... N6........ 61 55...$.... Louisville (#2)(OT)(NCAA)... N7......... 66

2326.(26-8) . ...................................... 2032

*.... —......SWC Games #.... —......SWC Tournament, Hemisfair Arena, .San Antonio, TX $.... —......NCAA Tournament N1.... —......Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, AL N2.... —......Cougar Classic, Provo, UT N3.... —......Running Rebel Classic, Las Vegas, NV N4.... —......Pillsbury Classic, Minneapolis, MN N4.... —......SWC Tournament, San Antonio, TX N6.... —......NTSU, Denton, TX N7.... —......The Summit, Houston, TX

1980-1981

71... *..... Texas (#5) (OT)..................... A........... 69 95... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 77 55... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 58 82... *..... Texas Tech (OT).................. A  ......... 91 67... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 58 82... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 71 75... *..... Arkansas (#8)....................... A ........ 92 91... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 70 83... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 74 93... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 96 64...#.... Baylor ................................. N4......... 63 76...#.... Houston............................... N4......... 89 60...$.... Lamar .................................. H......... 58 69...$.... Washington . ........................ A.......... 65 68...$.... Purdue ................................. A........... 86

2239... .... (20-11) .......................................... 2102 * —.SWC Games # —.SWC Tournament, Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX $ —.NIT Tournament (Home & Away) N1 —.Illinois Classic, Champaign, IL N2 —.Sun Carnival Classic, El Paso, TX N3 —.Christmas Classic, Las Vegas, NV N4 —.SWC Tournament, Dallas, TX

Coach Shelby Metcalf 66......... Maine.................................... A ........ 57 61......... Texas Southern..................... H ........ 50 75......... Sam Houston State............... H ........ 58 75......... UNCC................................... A ....... 64 76......... Davidson.............................. N1 ....... 62 51......... James Madison.................... N2 ....... 47 55......... Virginia Tech......................... A ....... 52 74......... Cal-Irvine............................. N3 ....... 91 38......... Eastern Montana (OT)......... N3 ........ 39 51... *..... TCU..................................... N4 ....... 56 44... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 53 70... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 72 71... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 51 50... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 54 47... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 52 63... *..... Texas. (OT)........................... H ......... 67 71... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 76 84... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 59 65... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 52 61... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 56 71... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 56 61... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 65 108... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 79 57......... LSU (#2)............................... A ........ 67 59... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 57 78... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 77 60...#.... TCU ..................................... H.......... 62 1742... .... (15-12) .......................................... 1631 * —.SWC Games # —.SWC Tournament, 1st Round, College Station, TX N1 —.First Union Invitational, Charlotte, NC N2 —.Virginia Tech Invitational, Blacksburg, WV N3 —.KOA Classic, Billings, MT N4 —.Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX (A&M Home Game)

1981-1982 Coach Shelby Metcalf 104......... St. Edward’s.......................... H ........ 57 81......... Sam Houston State............... H ........ 57 68......... LSU....................................... H ........ 63 89......... Oklahoma City..................... N1 ........ 77 63......... Illinois.................................... A ........ 76 80......... Oklahoma State................... N2 ........ 72 40......... UTEP.................................... A ........ 60 73......... Miami-Ohio.......................... N3 ........ 53 76......... UNLV.................................... A ........ 83 51......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H ........ 45 60... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 54 47... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 46 64... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 68 81... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 55 68... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 59 63... *..... Arkansas (#12)..................... H ........ 64

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1982-1983 Coach Shelby Metcalf

79......... Clemson (2 OT)................... N1 ........ 82 70......... Illinois................................... N1 ........ 72 93......... Alaska-Anchorage................ A ........ 65 91......... Texas A&I.............................. H ........ 70 58......... Marquette(#17)..................... A ........ 73 70......... LSU....................................... A ........ 88 82......... La Salle................................ N2 ........ 74 58......... Marshall (OT)........................ A........... 60 51......... Portland............................... N3 ........ 60 74......... West Texas State................. N3 ........ 72 78......... Lafayette.............................. N4 ........ 66 63......... Connecticut........................... A ........ 69 61... *..... Houston(#19)........................ A ........ 84 97......... Angelo State......................... H ........ 62 76... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 63 64... *..... Arkansas (#7)....................... H ........ 66 68... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 66 85... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 77 50... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 67 64... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 52 78... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 63 66... *..... Houston(#8).......................... H ........ 86 51... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 45 55... *..... Arkansas (#8)....................... A ........ 62 74... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 62 96......... St. Mary’s.............................. H ........ 76 66... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 76 60... *..... TCU (OT).............................. H.......... 58 96... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 59 93... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 70 53...#.... TCU SWC)........................... N5......... 65

2220... .... (17-14) ...........................................2110 * —.SWC Games # —.SWC Tournament, Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX N1 —.Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, AL N2 —.Marshall Memorial Tournament, Huntington, WV N3 —.Champion Classic, Missoula, MT N4 —.Connecticut Mutual Classic, Hartford, CT N5 —.SWC Tournament. Dallas, TX

1983-1984 Coach Shelby Metcalf

80......... Texas Lutheran..................... H ........ 71 89......... Prairie View........................... H ........ 58 65......... LSU (#12)............................ N1 ........ 75 71......... Southwestern........................ H ........ 66 66......... Oral Roberts......................... A ........ 84

History

52......... Iona...................................... N1 ........ 78 60......... Lamar................................... N1 ........ 61 82......... Pacific.................................. N1 ........ 66 105......... Texas Lutheran..................... H ........ 65 98......... Vermont................................ H ........ 66 71......... Sam Houston State............... H ........ 47 85......... East Texas State................... H ........ 42 67......... La Salle................................ N2 ........ 73 61......... Cal Santa Barbara............... N2 ........ 66 97......... North Texas State................ N3 ........ 56 77......... UNLV.................................... A ........ 73 70......... Loyola Chicago.................... N4 ........ 69 63......... Minnesota............................. A ........ 69 69... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 63 74... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 57 63... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 60 63... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 56 84... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 65 45... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 39 56... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 53 92... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 79 59... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 50 54... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 63 67... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 56 55... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 53 44... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 45 84... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 61


48......... Indiana.................................. A ........ 73 78......... Utah State............................ N2 ........ 73 47......... South Florida....................... N3 ........ 73 44......... Air Force.............................. N3 ........ 42 52... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 47 54... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 77 77......... Angelo State......................... H ........ 66 63... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 52 64... *..... Houston(#7).......................... H ........ 70 75......... Texas Wesleyan.................... H ........ 67 56... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 83 68... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 62 68... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 52 49... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 74 65... *..... Houston(#6).......................... A ........ 87 42... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 43 58... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 59 71... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 62 58... *..... SMU (OT)............................. H.......... 60 67... *..... TCU (OT).............................. A ........ 65 72... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 57 53... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 62 75.. %.... Texas ................................... H.......... 54 59...#.... SMU . .................................. N4......... 57 47...#.... Arkansas (#8)...................... N4......... 49

1881........ (16-14) .......................................... 2020 * —.SWC Games % —.SWC 1st Round # —.SWC Tournament, The Summit, Houston, TX N1 —.The Summit, Houston, TX N2 —.Indiana Classic, Bloomington, IN N3 —.Music City Invitational, Nashville, TN N4 —SWC Tournament, Houston, TX

1984-1985 Coach Shelby Metcalf 79......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H ........ 64 66......... St. Mary’s.............................. H ........ 70 71......... Oral Roberts......................... H ........ 70 74......... Pan American....................... A ........ 53 76......... Valparaiso............................ N1 ........ 66 66......... Drake.................................... A ........ 49 66......... Illinois State (OT)................. N2......... 74 79......... Pacific................................... A ........ 62 69......... Wisconsin............................ N3 ........ 71 81......... Alaska-Anchorage............... N3 ........ 54 67... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 70 102... *..... Baylor.................................... A ......... 78 77......... Marquette............................. N4 ........ 69 60... *..... SMU (#4).............................. H ........ 73 65... *..... TCU (OT).............................. A........... 60 66... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 61 50... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 47 71... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 69 64... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 52 53... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 58 78... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 74 79... *..... SMU (#4).............................. A ........ 81 67... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 60 51... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 53 50... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 58 81... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 77 79... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 62 54...#.... TCU ................................... N5......... 52 63...#.... Texas Tech . ....................... N5......... 72 67...$.... New Mexico ......................... A........... 80

History

2071 ....... (19-11) .......................................... 1939 * —.SWC Games # —.SWC Tournament in Dallas, TX $ —.NIT Tournament, Albuquerque, NM N1 —.Triple A Invitational, Des Moines, IA N2 —.Pacific Classic, Stockton, CA N3 —.Lobo Invitational, Albuquerque, NM N4 —.The Summit, Houston, TX N5 —SWC Tournament, Dallas, TX

1985-1986 Coach Shelby Metcalf

68......... Alab.-Birmingham(#16)........ N1 ........ 71 82......... Alcorn State.......................... H ........ 69 86......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H ........ 73 59......... Lamar................................... N2 ........ 68 70......... Tennessee............................ A ........ 88 74......... Pan American....................... H ........ 67 88......... Prairie View A&M.................. H ........ 60 81......... Oral Roberts......................... A ........ 75 58......... Georgia Tech (#7)................ N3 ........ 83 81......... Southern Mississippi............ N3 ........ 61 62......... Pittsburgh............................. N4 ........ 79 64......... Tennessee........................... N4 ........ 70 62... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 48 73... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 61 64... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 60 55... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 54 58... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 57 69... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 76 68... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 55 81... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 67 62... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 58 56... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 58 53... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 70 47... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 58 71... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 58 82... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 75 70... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 62 93... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 76 67...#.... Arkansas.............................. N5......... 51 55...#.... Texas................................... N5........ 47 63...#.... Texas Tech........................... N5......... 67 70...$.... Wyoming............................... A........... 79

2192 ....... (20-12) .......................................... 2101 * —.SWC Games # —.SWC Tournament in Dallas, TX $ —.NIT Tournament, Laramie, WY N1 —.Pre-Season NIT, The Summit, Houston, TX N2 —.The Summit, Houston, TX N3 —.Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, FL N4 —.Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, LA N5 —.SWC Tournament, Dallas, TX

1986-1987 Coach Shelby Metcalf

79......... Oklahoma (#7)...................... A ........ 93 86......... SW Texas State.................... H ........ 78 63......... Oral Roberts......................... H ........ 56 75......... Texas Southern..................... H ........ 60 66......... Nebraska.............................. H ........ 64 63......... Boston University................. N1 ........ 65 67......... Iona...................................... N1 ........ 60 80......... Lehigh.................................. N2 ........ 60 79......... Hartford................................ N2 ........ 66 93......... SE Louisiana........................ N3 ........ 76 58......... Drake.................................... A ........ 66 61... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 59 54... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 55 68... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 52 62... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 60 57... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 45 67... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 69 69... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 87 70... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 71 68... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 86 50... *..... TCU (#15)............................. H ........ 55 58... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 56 58... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 65 46... *..... Houston................................ A........... 67 63... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 60 97... *..... Arkansas (2 OT)................... H ....... 100 48... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 51

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81...#.... TCU (#15)............................ N4......... 70 68...#.... Texas Tech........................... N4......... 60 71...#.... Baylor................................... N4......... 46 51...$.... Duke (#17)........................... N5......... 58

2076... .... (17-14) .......................................... 2016 * —.SWC Games # —.SWC Tournament in Dallas, TX $ —.NCAA Midwest Regional, Indianapolis, IN N1 —.Kentucky Invitational, Lexington, KY N2 —.Connecticut Mutual Classic, Hartford, CT N3 —.Drake Heritage Classic, Des Moines, Iowa N4 —.SWC Tournament, Dallas, TX N5 —.NCAA Tournament, Indianapolis, IN

1987-1988 Coach Shelby Metcalf

80......... Oklahoma (#19).................... A ...... 104 69......... Houston Baptist................... N1 ........ 65 60......... Nebraska.............................. A ........ 92 72......... Stephen F. Austin................. N2 ........ 67 85......... Texas Southern.................... N2 ........ 64 63......... Northwestern State............... H ........ 61 84......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H ........ 67 77......... Pacific.................................. N3 ........ 78 84......... Cal State Sacramento.......... N3 ........ 87 78......... Iona (OT)............................. N4......... 73 72......... Valparaiso............................ N4 ........ 67 73......... Arizona State....................... N5 ........ 79 80......... Hawaii. (OT).......................... A........... 78 66......... SMU..................................... N5 ........ 89 58... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 53 58... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 57 74... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 67 75... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 70 63... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 67 61... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 72 49... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 52 72... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 67 71... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 94 73... *..... Baylor (2 OT)........................ H.......... 74 58... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 79 67... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 55 70... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 73 68... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 66 58... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 64 66... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 60 64...#.... Arkansas.............................. N6......... 76

2148... .... (16-15) .......................................... 2217 * —.SWC Games # —.SWC Tournament in Dallas, TX N1 —.Spring Branch Coliseum, Houston, TX N2 —.Jowers Jamboree, San Marcos, TX N3 —.All-American SportsClub Classic, Sacramento, CA N4 —.Met Life Classic, San Francisco, CA N5 —.Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, HI N6 —.SWC Tournament, Dallas, TX

1988-1989 Coach Shelby Metcalf 82......... Simon Fraser........................ H ........ 52 77......... Centenary............................ N1 ........ 80 69......... Drake................................... N1 ........ 63 117......... Stephen F. Austin.................. A ......... 88 76......... Lamar.................................... H.......... 72 79......... Houston Baptist.................... H.......... 67 68......... SW Texas State.................... H ........ 65 67......... Lamar.................................... A.........   74 73......... Central Michigan.................. N2 ........ 57 67......... UNLV (#13).......................... N2 .......110 80......... Oklahoma (#6)..................... N3 ...... 128 79......... Oklahoma State................... N3 ........ 94 51... *..... TCU...................................... H.......... 58 69... *..... SMU...................................... A........... 77 62... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 53


60... *..... Arkansas............................... A ........ 75 77... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 79 67... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 71 68... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 75 80... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 85 64... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 59 82... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 58 76... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 65 82... *..... Arkansas............................... H ........ 71 72... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 58 82... *..... Houston................................ A ......   86 71... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 60 106... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 89 82...#.... Houston............................... N4......... 70 84...#.... Arkansas.............................. N4......... 94 2269........ (16-14)........................................... 2233 * —.SWC Games # —.SWC Postseason Classic, Dallas, TX N1 —.Century Cellunet Classic, Shreveport, LA N2 —.UNLV Runnin’ Rebel Round Up, Las Vegas, NV N3 —.All College Classic, Oklahoma City, OK N4 —.SWC Postseason Classic, Dallas, TX

1989-1990 Coach Shelby Metcalf 92......... Connecticut.......................... N1 ........ 81 75......... Michigan State..................... N1 ........ 87 71......... Hawaii.................................. N1 ........ 75 79......... UT-Pan American................. N2 ........ 97 84......... Idaho State.......................... N2 ......   69 82......... Centenary............................. H ........ 89 66......... Marshall................................ H ........ 69 93......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H ........ 63 99......... Long Island.......................... N3 ........ 96 51......... Dartmouth............................ N3 ........ 64 96......... Holy Cross........................... N4 ........ 93 114......... Florida International............. N4 ........ 90 64......... Loyola (Chicago).................. N5......... 61 66......... Indiana (#10)........................ N5 ........ 94 76... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 69 72... *..... Texas Christian..................... A ........ 71 54... *..... Southern Methodist............... H ........ 67 94... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 96 84... *..... Arkansas (#12)..................... H ...... 100

Coach John Thornton 89... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 82 90... *..... Houston................................ A ...... 108 101... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 85 77... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 85 67... *..... Texas Christian..................... H ........ 72 58... *..... Southern Methodist............... A ........ 57 73... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 79 100... *..... Arkansas (#13)..................... A .......114 103... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 95 81... *..... Houston................................ H........ 100 83... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 72 84......... Texas................................... N6......... 92 2518.(14-17)........................................ 2572 N1 —.Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, AK N2 —.Jowers Jamboree, San Marcos, TX N3 —.Lobster Shootout, Bangor, ME N4 —.Golden Panther Classic, Miami, FL N5 —.Hoosier Classic, Indianapolis, IN N6 —.SWC Postseason Classic, Dallas, TX

1990-1991

86......... Robert Morris....................... N2 ...... 105 72......... Mercer.................................. N2 ........ 65 70......... Texas Southern..................... H ........ 61 71......... Auburn.................................. A........... 95 92......... Texas College....................... H ........ 78 49......... Kansas State....................... N3 ........ 81 68......... South Alabama.................... N3 ........ 70 67... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 93 72... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 77 72... *..... Texas Christian..................... H ........ 80 50... *..... SMU...................................... A ........ 65 103......... Centenary............................. H ........ 82 85... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 90 88... *..... Arkansas (#2)....................... A .......113 76... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 98 64... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 77 74... *..... Texas.................................... H ......... 83 70... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 63 69... *..... Texas Christian..................... A ........ 71 62... *..... Southern Methodist............... H ........ 68 66... *..... Baylor (OT)........................... A........... 61 72... *..... Arkansas (#3)....................... H .......111 55... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 72 68... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 71 57......... Texas Tech........................... N4......... 46 61......... Arkansas (#5)...................... N4....... 108 2074........ (8-27)............................................. 2331 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Bearcat Classic, Cincinnati, OH N2 —.Marshall Memorial Classic, Huntington, WV N3 —.BMA Classic, Kansas City, MO N4 —.SWC Postseason Classic, Dallas, TX

1991-1992 Coach Tony Barone

83......... Prairie View A&M.................. H ........ 56 47......... Missouri................................ A ........ 77 83......... Auburn.................................. H ........ 86 72......... Sam Houston State............... H ........ 67 72......... New Mexico.......................... H ........ 94 68......... Nebraska............................. N1 ........ 91 69......... Delaware State.................... N1 ........ 67 71......... SW Texas State.................... H ........ 73 79......... Missouri-Kansas City............ H ........ 85 46......... Florida................................... A ........ 73 71... *..... Texas Christian..................... A ........ 83 69... *..... Southern Methodist............... H ........ 73 73... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 76 64... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 79 65... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 69 50... *..... Texas Tech............................ A........... 70 61......... Alabama (#18)...................... H ........ 74 54... *..... Texas Christian..................... H ........ 73 38... *..... Southern Methodist............... A ........ 44 75......... Texas Southern..................... H ........ 67 63... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 61 46......... Missouri-Kansas City............ A ........ 63 70... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 77 69... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 79 86... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 96 58... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 56 63... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 86 69......... Texas................................... N2......... 88

2074.(6-22)......................................... 2331 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Ameritas Classic, Lincoln, NE N2 —.SWC Postseason Classic, Dallas, TX

Coach Tony Barone

69......... New Mexico.......................... A ......... 71 55......... Missouri................................ H ........ 81 85......... South Alabama..................... H ........ 77 60......... Northwestern........................ A ........ 71 68......... Texas Southern..................... H ........ 63 57......... Florida................................... H ........ 54 50......... St. Joseph’s (Pa.)................ N1 ....... 64 55......... New Orleans......................... A ........ 72 85......... Northern Illinois..................... H ........ 73 92......... Brown.................................... H ........ 52 58......... Alabama................................ A ........ 64 65... *..... Rice....................................... H ........ 66 69... *..... Houston................................ H ........ 81 96......... UNLV (#15) (OT)................... A........... 98 60... *..... TCU...................................... A ........ 58 65... *..... SMU (OT)............................. A........... 68 80... *..... Baylor.................................... H ........ 71 54... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ........ 69 78... *..... Texas.................................... A ........ 82 82... *..... Baylor.................................... A ........ 90 51... *..... Houston................................ A ........ 78 69... *..... TCU...................................... H ........ 56 77... *..... Texas.................................... H ........ 57 73... *..... SMU...................................... H ........ 84 53... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ........ 72 82... *..... Rice....................................... A ........ 76 68......... Houston............................... N2......... 84

1856........ (10-17)........................................... 1918 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, La. N2 —.SWC Postseason Classic, Dallas, TX

1993-1994 Coach Tony Barone 73......... Bucknell................................ H ......... 69 54......... Kansas State........................ A ......... 63 102......... Montana State (2 OT)........... H ......... 95 68......... Nevada-Las Vegas............... H ......... 62 48......... Northwestern........................ H ......... 67 90......... Texas Southern..................... H ......... 72 55......... Seton Hall............................. A ......... 62 81......... Loyola Marymount................ A ......... 79 76......... South Alabama..................... A ......... 61 66......... Northern Illinois..................... A ......... 79 85... *..... Texas.................................... H ......... 84 67... *..... Rice....................................... A ......... 64 67... *..... Houston................................ A ......... 60 62......... Siena..................................... H ......... 73 80... *..... TCU...................................... H ......... 64 69... *..... SMU...................................... H ......... 60 90... *..... Baylor.................................... A ......... 74 89... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ......... 88 79......... Oral Roberts......................... H ......... 66 68... *..... Texas.................................... A ......... 85 93... *..... Houston................................ H ......... 87 75... *..... Rice....................................... H......... 61 86... *..... TCU...................................... A ......... 60 57... *..... SMU...................................... A ......... 64 92... *..... Baylor (2 OT)........................ H ......... 95 80... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ......... 89 85......... SMU..................................... N1......... 66 89......... Texas Tech........................... N1......... 85 62......... Texas (#25).......................... N1 ........ 87 73...$.... New Orleans (OT) .............. A.......... 79 2261.(19-11)........................................ 2200 * —.SWC Games N1 —.SWC Postseason Classic, Dallas, TX $ —.NIT Tournament, New Orleans, LA

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Coach Kermit Davis, Jr. 67......... Kent State............................ N1 ........ 79 103......... Sam Houston State.............. N1 ........ 87 65......... Oklahoma (#18).................... H ........ 81

1992-1993


1994-1995 Coach Tony Barone

73......... Arizona State (#12).............. N1 ...... 103 74......... Tulane.................................. N1 ........ 76 73......... Chaminade.......................... N1 ........ 52 68......... St. Mary’s (Cal.).................... A ......... 80 60......... Oral Roberts......................... A ......... 58 56......... Oklahoma State................... N2 ........ 86 76......... SW Louisiana........................ H ......... 69 78......... Montana State...................... A ......... 90 97......... McNeese State..................... H ......... 68 66......... Princeton (3 OT).................. N3 ........ 71 68......... Rhode Island........................ N3 ........ 87 96......... Holy Cross............................ H ......... 82 78......... Loyola Marymount................ H ......... 65 41......... Clemson (#18)...................... A ......... 66 90... *..... Texas Tech............................ H ......... 80 82... *..... Texas.................................... A......... 115 62... *..... Rice....................................... A ......... 66 73... *..... Houston................................ H......... 68 76......... Siena..................................... A.......... 70 71... *..... TCU...................................... A ......... 72 79... *..... SMU...................................... A ......... 60 80... *..... Baylor.................................... H ......... 70 53... *..... Texas Tech............................ A ......... 79 88... *..... Texas.................................... H ......... 98 69... *..... Rice....................................... H ......... 75 80... *..... Houston................................ A ......... 86 85... *..... TCU...................................... H ......... 80 67... *..... SMU...................................... H ......... 64 87... *..... Baylor.................................... A ......... 78 75......... Rice...................................... N4......... 84

2221.(14-16)........................................ 2298 * —.SWC Games N1 —.Maui Invitational, Lahaina, HI N2 —.Bank IV Classic, Tulsa, OK N3 —.UNO Christmas Classic, New Orleans, La. N4 —.Dr Pepper SWC Classic, Dallas, TX

1995-1996 Coach Tony Barone

History

75......... Md.-Baltimore Co.................. H.......... 47 49......... Wis.-Green Bay................... N1......... 60 65......... Columbia.............................. N1......... 49 68......... North Texas........................... H.......... 50 83......... St. Mary’s (Calif.).................. H.......... 55 69......... Southwest La........................ A........... 74 68......... McNeese State..................... A........... 83 44......... Arizona (#9)......................... N2......... 88 77......... Pacific.................................. N2......... 72 79......... Illinois Chicago...................... A........... 62 69......... Bethune-Cookman................ H.......... 50 67......... Georgia Southern................. A........... 63 67... *..... Baylor.................................... A........... 74 54... *..... Texas Tech............................ A........... 82 70... *..... Texas.................................... H.......... 86 78... *..... Rice....................................... H.......... 56 67... *..... Houston (OT)........................ A........... 78 76... *..... TCU...................................... A........... 80 62... *..... SMU...................................... H.......... 58 67... *..... Baylor.................................... H.......... 64 63... *..... Texas Tech (#13).................. H.......... 66 50... *..... Texas.................................... A........... 69 55... *..... Rice....................................... A........... 60 75... *..... Houston................................ H.......... 79 89... *..... TCU...................................... H.......... 91 72......... SMU..................................... N3......... 75 57......... Texas Tech (#7)................... N3......... 85

1998-1999

1996-1997

Coach Melvin Watkins

Coach Tony Barone

68......... North Carolina A&T............... H.......... 62 59......... Colorado State...................... A........... 58 61......... Illinois-Chicago..................... H.......... 54 78......... North Texas........................... A........... 84 86......... SE Louisiana......................... H.......... 55 83......... Georgia Southern................. H.......... 38 74......... Missouri-Kansas City (OT).... A........... 73 64......... Clemson (#8)........................ H.......... 76 38......... Princeton.............................. N1......... 46 70......... Northern Iowa...................... N1......... 82 59... *..... Oklahoma............................. H.......... 78 66... *..... Baylor.................................... A........... 69 72... *..... Nebraska.............................. A........... 74 76... *..... Texas (#23) (OT) ................. H.......... 86 60... *..... Kansas(#1)........................... A........... 89 76... *..... Kansas State........................ H.......... 67 61... *..... Missouri................................ H.......... 57 57... *..... Iowa State (#11).................... H.......... 71 59... *..... Oklahoma (OT)..................... A........      62 64... *..... Colorado(#15)....................... A........... 77 65... *..... Texas Tech (#21).................. H.......... 80 60... *..... Oklahoma State.................... H.......... 62 55... *..... Oklahoma State.................... A........... 72 62... *..... Baylor.................................... H.......... 57 57... *..... Teas...................................... A........... 68 66... *..... Texas Tech............................ A........... 77 58......... Oklahoma............................ N2......... 67

80......... North Texas........................... H.......... 59 67......... Stephen F. Austin.................. A........... 55 76......... Centenary............................. H.......... 67 86......... Oral Roberts (OT)................. A........... 89 65......... Alabama................................ H.......... 58 73......... Sam Houston State............... A........... 70 77......... Lamar.................................... H.......... 69 69......... Tulane................................... H.......... 63 91......... Arizona St. (3OT).................. H.......... 96 68......... Southern............................... A........... 92 57... *..... Kansas (#14)........................ A........... 95 59... *..... Oklahoma St.(#22)................ H.......... 64 91... *..... Missouri................................ H.......... 96 68... *..... Texas Tech………… ............ A........... 82 43... *..... Iowa St.................................. H.......... 64 57... *..... Baylor.................................... A........... 56 68... *..... Texas Tech............................ H.......... 47 61... *..... Oklahoma State.................... A........... 66 59... *..... Texas.................................... A.........     71 69... *..... Baylor.................................... H.......... 58 79... *..... Kansas State........................ H.......... 74 75... *..... Oklahoma ............................ A......... 102 61... *..... Colorado............................... A........... 71 54... *..... Texas.................................... H.......... 63 74... *..... Oklahoma............................. H.......... 72 68... *..... Nebraska.............................. A........... 87 76...#.... Kansas St. .......................... N1......... 87

1754........ (9-18)............................................. 1841

1871........ (12-15)........................................... 1973

* —.Big 12 Games N1 —.Sierra Medical Center SunClassic, El Paso, TX N2 —.Phillips 66 Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City, MO

* —.Big 12 Games N1 —.Phillips 66 Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City, MO

1999-2000

1997-1998 Coach Tony Barone 86......... Stephen F. Austin . .............. H.......... 73 102......... Mo.-Kansas City................... H.......... 61 97......... Bethune-Cookman . ............ H.......... 53 80......... Southern............................... H.......... 67 64......... Alabama................................ A........... 81 91......... Sam Houston State............... H.......... 68 82......... Colorado State (OT)............. H.......... 86 81......... Arizona State........................ A........... 83 105......... Maryland-E. Shore . ............ H.......... 60 66......... Washington State ............... A........... 75 65... *..... Oklahoma State.................... H........ 100 64... *..... Baylor.................................... A........... 73 66... *..... Oklahoma............................. H.......... 76 65... *..... Kansas (#3).......................... H.......... 83 59... *..... Iowa State............................. A........... 68 62... *..... Oklahoma State.................... A........... 94 67... *..... Colorado............................... H.......... 68 71... *..... Oklahoma............................. A........... 80 80... *..... Texas.................................... H.......... 81 75... *..... Texas Tech............................ A......... 102 58... *..... Nebraska.............................. H.......... 75 60... *..... Missouri................................ A........... 73 74... *..... Texas.................................... A........... 87 83... *..... Texas Tech............................ H.......... 86 80... *..... Kansas State........................ A........... 95 80... *..... Baylor.................................... H.......... 75 63...#.... Baylor................................... N1......... 66

Coach Melvin Watkins

77......... North Carolina A&T............... H.......... 94 88......... North Texas........................... A........... 91 70......... Stephen F. Austin.................. H.......... 65 75......... Va. Commonwealth .............. H.......... 59 60......... Tulane (OT)........................... A........... 64 56......... Rice...................................... N1......... 53 69......... Lamar (OT)........................... A........... 76 68......... Dayton.................................. A........... 81 48......... Santa Clara.......................... N2......... 60 70......... LaSalle................................. N2......... 69 60......... Centenary............................. H.......... 63 53... *..... Oklahoma (#19).................... A........... 78 51... *..... Texas (#15)........................... H.......... 78 88... *..... Texas Tech………… ............ A........... 86 57... *..... Kansas (#7).......................... H.......... 78 64... *..... Oklahoma St.(#12)................ H.......... 59 58... *..... Iowa State............................. A........... 65 62... *..... Missouri................................ A........... 93 75... *..... Baylor.................................... H........     81 55... *..... Oklahoma St. (#13)............... A........... 87 74... *..... Colorado............................... H.......... 69 54... *..... Baylor .................................. A........... 63 64... *..... Texas Tech............................ H.......... 76 76... *..... Kansas State........................ A........... 81 58... *..... Texas (#14)........................... A........... 85 59... *..... Oklahoma (#20).................... H.......... 77 83......... Nebraska (OT)...................... H.......... 76 53.... .... Colorado.............................. N3......... 79

2026........ (7-20)............................................. 2089

1825 ....... (8-20)............................................. 2086

* —.Big 12 Games N1 —.Phillips 66 Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City, MO

* —.Big 12 Games N1 —.Cable Car Classic N2 —.Houston Charity Classic N3 —.Phillips 66 Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City, MO

1815........ (11-16)........................................... 1846 * —.SWC Games N1 —.First Bank Classic, Milwaukee, Wis. N2 —.Bank One Fiesta Bowl Classic, Tuscon, Ariz. N3 —.Dr Pepper SWC Classic, Dallas, TX

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2000-2001 Coach Melvin Watkins 74......... George Washington.............. A........... 94 77......... North Texas........................... H.......... 74 54......... Birmingham Southern .......... H.......... 74 79......... Morris Brown ........................ H.......... 46 106......... Va. Commonwealth (OT)...... A......... 107 83......... Lamar.................................... H.......... 60 60......... North Carolina...................... N1......... 82 76......... Long Beach State................. A........... 83 60......... St. Louis............................... N2......... 72 72......... Manhattan............................ N2......... 64 81......... Detroit Mercy (OT)............... N2......... 72 77......... Centenary............................. H.......... 67 48... *..... Kansas State........................ H.......... 53 65... *..... Oklahoma (#19)…… . .......... A........... 78 58... *..... Colorado............................... A........... 88 58... *..... Texas (#24)........................... H.......... 76 70... *..... Kansas (#5).......................... A......... 100 64... *..... Oklahoma State.................... A........... 76 53... *..... Iowa State (#17)................... H........     72 61... *..... Texas (#24)........................... A........... 81 63... *..... Oklahoma (#21).................... H.......... 72 73... *..... Baylor .................................. H.......... 69 72... *..... Texas Tech............................ A........... 70 81... *..... Texas Pan-American............. H.......... 78 90... *..... Missouri................................ H.......... 97 76... *..... Oklahoma State.................... H.......... 82 62... *..... Texas Tech............................ H.......... 52 69... *..... Nebraska.............................. A........... 97 59... *..... Baylor.................................... A........... 85 53...#.... Missouri............................... N3......... 79 2083 ....... (10-20)........................................... 2298 N1 —.Houston Charity Classic N2 —.Outriggers Hotel Rainbow Classic, Honolulu * —.Big 12 Games N3 —.Phillips 66 Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City, Mo.