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2010-11 Schedule November Thurs. Fri. Mon. Wed. Sat. Tues. Sun.

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Randolph-Macon (Ex.) ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) at Albany UMES at Florida Atlantic at Howard COLUMBIA

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at West Virginia 7:00 p.m. FLORIDA # 2:45 p.m. at UMBC 7:30 p.m. at Northwestern 8:00 p.m. at Mount St. Mary’s 7:00 p.m. at Pittsburgh 7:00 p.m. vs. Fordham % 11:15 p.m. vs. Santa Clara or Delaware % TBD

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BROWN LEHIGH * BUCKNELL * at Colgate * ARMY * at Holy Cross * at Navy * LAFAYETTE *

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at Lehigh * at Bucknell * COLGATE * at Army * HOLY CROSS * NAVY * at Lafayette *

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Patriot League Quarterfinals TBA Patriot League Semifinals TBA Patriot League Championship 4:45 p.m.

BOLD CAPS indicates home game * indicates Patriot League opponent # indicates BB&T Classic at Verizon Center, Washington, D.C. % indicates Cable Car Classic, Santa Clara, Calif. All times EST


2010-11 Quickfacts

Table of Contents

Location ...................... Washington, D.C. Founded ......................................... 1893 Enrollment ..................................... 6,421 Nickname..................................... Eagles Colors ........................ Red, White & Blue Affiliation ........................ NCAA Division I Conference ...................... Patriot League Arena (Capacity)... Bender Arena (3,044) President .........................Dr. Neil Kerwin Director of Athletics................... Keith Gill

Team Information Head Coach........ Jeff Jones, Virginia ‘82 Record at American ................... 160-141 Seasons at American.......................... 10 Overall Record .....................................306-245 Seasons............................................... 18 Assistants ..................... Kieran Donohue .........................Virginia ‘97, 11th Season .......................................... Lamar Barrett .......... Elizabeth City State University ‘94 .............................................. 1st Season ......................................... Eddie Jackson ..................... Ohio State ‘00, 5th Season Director of Operations ............ Matt Wolff ........................... Boston ‘09, 1st Season Basketball Phone............(202) 885-3010 2009-10 Overall Record ................ 11-20 2009-10 Conference Record ............. 7-7 2009-10 Conference Finish ............... 4th All-Time Record .............1051-984 (.516) Letterwinners Returning ..................... 12 Letterwiners Lost .................................. 2 Starters Returning / Lost.................. 5 / 0 Newcomers........................................... 4

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Head Coach Jeff Jones, the winningest coach in American University history, surpassed the 300-win plateau last season.

Welcome from David Aldridge ‘87 ..1 2010-11 Schedule...........................2 Quick Facts.....................................3 This is AU Basketball .................4-29 Head Coach

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Jeff Jones ................................30-33 Assistant Coaches ...................34-37 Support Staff.................................37 2010-11 Roster .............................38 2010-11 Outlook ...........................39 Student-Athlete Bios ................40-62

Athletics Communications

2009-10 Review.......................64-67

Associate AD / Basketball Contact........ Nancy Yasharoff Phone .............................(202) 531-0162 E-Mail . Nancy.Yasharoff@American.edu

Cassell Hall of Fame ...............68-73

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All-Time Award Winners ..........74-75 Individual Records ...................76-79 Team Records .........................80-81

Assistant Director .......Andrew Chesebro Phone .............................(202) 885-3030 E-Mail ............Chesebro@American.edu Assistant Director .............Howard Smith Phone .............................(202) 885-3032 E-Mail ................HSmith@American.edu Website............................ AUeagles.com Facebook .. American University Athletics YouTube ................ AmericanUnivEagles Twitter .................................. @AUeagles

Year-By-Year Results ..............82-93

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All-Time Series Results .........94-108 All-Time Letterwinners ......... 109-111 Dr. Neil Kerwin, President........... 112 Keith Gill, Director of Athletics..................... 113 Staff Directory ...................... 114-115 2010 Team Poster ............... 116-117

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NCAA Tournament The men’s basketball team made back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament in 2008 and 2009, marking the first two NCAA appearances in program history. In 2009, the Eagles played Villanova in Philadelphia, Pa., in the first round and nearly pulled off a stunning upset over the Wildcats, taking a 14-point lead moments into the second half. Villanova, however, would come back to win the game and advanced to the Final Four before losing to eventual national champion North Carolina. The 2008 team met Tennessee in the first round in Birmingham, Ala., where American trailed by only one point with six minutes remaining before falling 72-57.

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WIN. LEARN. LEAD. American University student-athletes excel both in the classroom and on the court, living up to the Athletics Department motto of “WIN. LEARN. LEAD.” Under Head Coach Jeff Jones, the men’s basketball team has won two Patriot League Championships, four Patriot League Regular Season Championships and has had 41 student-athletes named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, more than any other school in the conference. The Eagles have also earned two Patriot League Player of the Year honors, two Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors and 18 all-conference selections.

Kermit Washington, ‘73 1973 First Team All-American Two-time Academic All-American

Gordon Austin, ‘84 1983 Sporting News All-American

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Willie Jones, ‘64 1960 First Team All-American


Derrick Mercer, ‘09 2009 Patriot League Player of the Year 2006 Patriot League Rookie of the Year

Andre Ingram, ‘07 2004 Patriot League Rookie of the Year

Patrick Doctor, ‘02 2002 Patriot League Player of the Year

Brayden Billbe, ‘07 3-Time Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Pat Witting, ‘87 1987 First Team Academic All-American

Travis Lay, ‘08 2008 ESPN The Magazine District II Academic All-America First Team

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Highlights in the Patriot League 2001 – American University joins the Patriot League, becoming the eighth member of the 23 sport conference. 2002 - The Eagles win the Patriot League Regular Season Championship in the team’s first year as a member of the conference after finishing with a 10-4 conference mark. Patrick Doctor is named the Patriot League Player of the Year. 2004 - American wins its second Patriot League Regular Season Championship with a 10-4 conference record and advances to a third consecutive Patriot League Championship Game. Andre Ingram earns Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors and Andres Rodriguez is named first team all-conference. 2008 – American makes its first appearance in the NCAA Div. I Tournament after winning its first Patriot League Championship. Garrison Carr is named First Team AllPatriot League and tournament MVP. Derrick Mercer is named Second Team All-Patriot League. 2009 – The Eagles make their second consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament after winning a second Patriot League Championship. Derrick Mercer is named the Patriot League Player of the Year and an AP All-America Honorable Mention. Garrison Carr is named first team all-conference and tournament MVP while Brian Gilmore is named Second Team All-Patriot League. Jeff Jones is named the conference’s coach of the year. 2010 - American makes its ninth consecutive appearance in the Patriot League Semifinals. Vlad Moldoveanu is named First Team All-Patriot League after averaging 20.4 ppg and 7.5 rpg in conference play.

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Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have, and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with 96 percent of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data.

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Blue Crew The AU Blue Crew is American University’s student cheering section which creates a home court advantage for each of the Eagles’ 16 Div. I athletics teams. Comprised of more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students, the Blue Crew is the largest and most spirited student group on campus.

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Eagles Spirit The American University Spirit Program is comprised of a cheerleading and dance team and the AU Pep Band. The Spirit Program performs at all home men’s basketball games as well as select women’s basketball games and volleyball matches, keeping the energy level high inside Bender Arena.

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In the Spotlight American University is located in the center of one of the largest media markets in the country, Washington, D.C. From television to radio, AU student-athletes gain exposure on both a local and national level. Each of the four major television networks (ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox) has an affiliate in D.C. and can often be found on campus. Regional cable networks Comcast SportsNet and MASN also cover the Eagles throughout the year along with WTOP Radio. “Eye on the Eagles” is also a short program broadcast on Comcast SportsNet which allows for an in-depth look at AU Athletics. National newspapers The Washington Post and Washington Times serve as AU’s hometown papers. USA Today is also headquartered just miles away from campus. In the last three years, ESPN2, ESPNU, CBS College Sports, MASN and Comcast SportsNet have all broadcast games live from Bender.

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Community Involvement The men’s basketball team is involved with several community service organizations and plays an active role in the Washington, D.C. community. For the last several years, the team has made visits to local elementary schools to participate in classes and has volunteered for “Walk Now For Autism.” The Eagles are also involved with the “Samaritans Feet” organization and participate in “Coaches vs. Cancer: Shoes and Suits” each year.

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Jeff Jones and the USO Head Coach Jeff Jones recently spent two summers traveling to Iraq and Afghanistan with the United Service Organizations as a member of “Operation Hardwood: Hoops with Troops” and “Operation Hoop Talk: Talking Hoops with the Troops.” In 2009, Jones was part of a group of coaches who visited soldiers wounded in combat as well as soldiers who were fighting on the front line in an effort to help boost their morale through the game of basketball. In 2008, Jones coached in a week-long basketball tournament with some of the best military players stationed overseas.

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Eagles Strength Strength and conditioning remains a major factor in the quest for athletic excellence. American University is committed to providing its studentathletes with the finest fitness and weight equipment available. Jacobs Fitness Center is located on the lower level of Bender Sports Center and houses the varsity weight room and cardiovascular training area. Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Jason Riddell and Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Jake Patten work with each of the 16 varsity teams and make themselves available for individualized workouts for supplemental training.

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Athletic Training Five full-time athletic trainers are on staff to provide daily treatment and application of therapeutic modalities to the student-athletes. They are led by Head Athletic Trainer Sean Dash. The athletic training staff is also available to provide evaluation, information on injury prevention and to administer rehabilitation, if necessary. American also has two doctors, an orthopedic surgeon and a general practitioner, on staff.

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2009-10 Highlights 3.37:

Combined student-athlete GPA during the 2009-10 academic year.

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Student-athletes were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

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Student-athletes named to the Dean’s List in either the fall or spring semester.

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Student-athletes earned a 4.0 grade point average in either the fall or spring semesters. Men’s basketball student-athletes were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, the most in the conference.


Academic Support The academic support program for student-athletes, a collaboration between the Academic Support Center and the Department of Athletics, assists student-athletes in successfully attaining academic goals and creating a balance between academics and athletics. The program serves to promote responsibility and initiative while encouraging student-athletes to take advantage of the rich resources offered at American University. Academic counselors work with student-athletes on skills needed for success in the classroom, and provide information about educational options, university and NCAA requirements, as well as policies and procedures. The program focuses on the development of the total person through individual meetings, study hall and tutoring, and life skills workshops. American’s academic support program coordinates with faculty, advisors, and coaches to support each student-athlete.

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Washington, D.C. The National Mall is usually the center of every visitor’s trip to Washington, D.C. This tree-lined area of parkland stretches two and a half miles from the Potomac River to the United States Capitol on Capitol Hill and is adjoined by the White House. At one end of the National Mall, known as West Potomac Park, the Lincoln Memorial faces the Reflecting Pool with a good view of Arlington Memorial Bridge, Constitution Gardens, the Tidal Basin and the Washington Monument. Further towards Capitol Hill are a number of museums and galleries, among which are many of the Smithsonian Institution’s museums, including the National Museum of Natural History, the National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of the American Indian, and the Smithsonian Institution building.

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Area Attractions • Adams Morgan • Arlington National Cemetery • Cherry Blossom Festival • Chinatown • Dupont Circle • Embassy Row • FDR Memorial • Federal Bureau of Investigation • Ford’s Theatre • International Spy Museum • Jefferson Memorial • Kennedy Center • Library of Congress • Lincoln Memorial • National Archives • National Cathedral • National Gallery of Art • National Mall • Nationals Park • National Zoo • Newseum • Pentagon • Ronald Reagan Building • Smithsonian Institution • Supreme Court • U.S. Capitol • U.S. Mint • Union Station • Verizon Center • Vietnam Veterans Memorial • Washington Monument • White House

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American University Situated within the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., American University’s traditionalstyle campus has much to offer students in the way of comfort, modern conveniences, and quick, easy access to city life. Our 84-acre, tree-lined campus, which was designated as a National Arboretum, is located at the top of Embassy Row in one of the most attractive, safe, and residential areas of our nation’s capital. The center of campus, also referred to as “the quad,” is a focal point of student life not only because our academic buildings line its grassy borders, but also because it’s a place to meet-andgreet with friends and student groups, catch an impromptu game of ultimate frisbee or take part in an after-class debrief with professors. Another favorite spot on campus is the beach volleyball pit located between the athletics fields. The adjacent grassy hillside is also a well known hangout for students on game days.

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General Enrollment Undergraduate.......... 6,421 Graduate................... 3,507 Law School ............... 1,712 Avg. Class Size .......... 22.8 Student-Faculty Ratio ... 13:1 Freshman Profile Freshman Enrollment... 1,533 Male-Female Ratio ... 40:60 Average HS GPA ........ 3.77 Average SAT............. 1,265 Average ACT ................. 28 Faculty Profile Full-Time Faculty ......... 704 Adjunct Faculty ............ 549 95% have the highest degree in their field.


Schools & Colleges • American University students were ranked the “Most Politically Active,” and the university is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review in the newly released 2009 edition of its annual book, The Best 368 Colleges. • U.S. News & World Report “America’s Best Colleges 2010” ranked AU No. 84 among national universities.

• College of Arts & Sciences • Kogod School of Business • School of Communication • School of International Service • School of Public Affairs • Washington College of Law

Academic Resources • University Library • Law Library • Computer and Media Labs • Career Center • Courses on the Web • Center for Teaching, Research and Learning • Learning Resources • Blackboard • AU Experts Guide • University Colleges • Learning Communities

5 Most Popular Majors • 80 percent of AU undergraduate students are placed in at least one internship or co-op by the American University Career Center before graduation.

• International Service • Business Administration • Journalism • Political Science/Government • Public Communication

• The career center welcomes more than 200 local and national employers to its job and internship fairs annually.

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Distinguished Alumni David Aldridge, SOC/BA ‘87 Sports Journalist, Philadelphia Inquirer/TNT Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ’74, CAS/MA ’76 Founder/exec director, Smithsonian Museum for African American History and Culture Pat Butler, SOC/MA’96 VP, Washington Post Robert Byrd, WCL/JD ’63 U.S. Senator (D-WV) Alisyn Camerota, SOC/BA’88 FOX News anchor Jack Cassell, SOC/BA ‘77 President-CEO, Visual Aids Electronics Corporation Chaturon Chaisang, CAS/MA ’87 Deputy prime minister, Thailand Randy Clouser, SPA/BS ‘80 Chief Marketing Officer, Zurich Financial Services Gary Cohn, KSB/BSBA’82 President/COO, Goldman Sachs Loren Danielson, KSB/BSBA ‘80 Senior VP-Investments, RBC Andy Dolich, SPA/BA’69 COO, San Francisco 49ers David Drobis, SOC/MA ’65 Chair emeritus, Ketchum Bob Edwards, SOC/MA’72 Host, XM Radio, National Public Radio Todd Epsten, SPA/BA ‘82 Chief Executive Officer, Major Brands Dean Factor, KSB/BSBA ’87 CEO and cofounder, Smashbox Cosmetics/ Smashbox Studios Betsy Fischer, SPA/BA ’92, SOC/MA ’96 Exec producer, NBC’s Meet the Press Darryl Frank, SOC/MA’91 Cohead, Dreamworks Television Andy Gershon, KSB/BSBA’86 Exec VP, SonyBMG’s Epic Records Bryan Glazer, SOC/BA ’86 Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Joel Glazer, SPA/BA ’89 Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Steven Goff, SOC/BA ‘88 Sports Journalist, The Washington Post Jeff Greenberg, SOC/BA ‘87 Executive Producer, NBC4 Sports David Gregory, SIS/BA ’92 Host, NBC’s Meet The Press Jack Haire, CAS/BA ‘74 CEO, Parade Publications Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, SPA/BA’92 Crown prince of Bahrain Patricia deStacy Harrison, CAS/BA ’68 President/CEO, Corporation for Public Broadcasting Hubert Humphrey III, SPA/BA ’65 Minnesota attorney general (1984-2000), son of U.S. VP Hubert H. Humphrey Jesse Itzler, SPA/BA ’90 Cofounder, Marquis Jet William I Jacobs, WCL/JD ’66 Global Payments, Inc. Avery John, KSB/BSBA ’98 Professional soccer player, Miami Football Club Barry Josephson, SPA/BA ’78 Producer (films Enchanted, Ladykillers, Like Mike, and FOX TV’s Bones) Jackie Judd, SOC/BA ’73 Emmy award winning former ABC correspondent Cornelius Kerwin, SPA/BA ‘71 President, American University Robert Kogod, KSB/BSBA ’62 Former chair and CEO, Charles E. Smith Realty Al Koken, SGPA/BA ‘74 Comcast SportsNet, Capitals Report Margery Kraus, SPA/BA ’67, SPA/MA ’71 Founder/CEO, APCO Worldwide

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Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ‘74 Founder/Exec. Director, Smithsonian Museum for African History and Culture

Gary Cohn, KSB/BSBA ‘82 President/COO, Goldman Sachs

Bob Edwards, SOC/MA ‘72 Host, XM Radio, National Public Radio

Andy Gershon, KSB/BSBA ‘86 Executive VP, Sony BMG’s Epic Records

David Gregory, SIS/BA ‘92 Host, NBC’s Meet The Press

Barry Josephson, SPA/BA ‘78 Film Producer, Enchanted, Ladykillers, Like Mike, FOX TV’s Bones


Cornelius Kerwin, SPA/BA ‘71 President, American University

Robert Kogod, KSB/BSBA ‘62 Former Chair and CEO, Charles E. Smith Realty

Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld, KSB/BSBA ‘88 President-Americas, Asurion

Tony Perkins, SOC/BA ‘81 FOX News Weather and Features Reporter

Willard Scott, CAS/BA ‘55 Former Weather Reporter, The Today Show

Jeffrey Sine, SIS/BA ‘76 Vice Chair, USB Securities Broadway Producer, Spring Awakening, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld, KSB/BSBA ‘88 President-Americas, Asurion Barry Levinson, CAS/BA ’67 Film producer/writer/director (Diner, Tin Men, Avalon, Bugsy, Wag the Dog, Liberty Heights, Man of the Year) Charles Lydecker, SPA/BA ‘85 Executive Vice President, Brown & Brown, Inc. James McGovern, CAS/BA ’81, SPA/MPA ’84 U.S. Representative (D-MA) Alan Meltzer, SPA/ND ‘73 Founder and CEO, The Meltzer Group Nancy Meyers, SOC/BA ’70 Film producer/writer/director, What Women Want, Saving Private Ryan Keith Mitchell, CAS/PhD ’81 Prime minister of Grenada Robert Morton, SOC/BA’75 Emmy award winning writer, Late Night with David Letterman Mark Murphy, KSB/MBA ’83 President, Green Bay Packers Alice Paul, WCL/LLM ’27 American suffragist, original author, Equal Rights Amendment Tony Perkins, SOC/BA’81 FOX News weather and features reporter Joan Plaisted, SIS/BA ’67, SIS/MA ’69 Ambassador, U.S. Mission to the UN Andy Pollin, Host, The Sports Reporters Angie Reese-Hawkins, SOC/BA’79 CEO/president, National Capital YMCA Kathy Reichs, CAS/BA ’70 Author, Bare Bones, Déjà Dead; writer/producer FOX-TV’s Bones Steve Saferin, SOC/BA ‘70 President, Scientific Game Ventures Loretta Sanchez, KSB/MBA ’84 U.S. representative (D-CA) Paul Satenstein, KSB/BSBA’83 Executive VP, MCA Records Willard Scott, CAS/BA ’55 Former weather reporter, the Today Show Jan Scruggs, CAS/BA ’75, CAS/MA ’76 Founder/president, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Tom Shales, SOC/BA ’67 TV critic/reporter, The Washington Post Judy Sheindlin, SPA/BA’63 Host, Judge Judy Bud Shuster, CAS/PHD’69 U.S. Representative (R-PA) Jeffrey Sine, SIS/BA’76 Vice chair, UBS Securities; Broadway producer (Spring Awakening; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; Frozen; Caroline, or Change; La Bohème; and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?) Billy Stone, SOC/BA ‘86, KSB/MBA ‘89 Producer/Development, CBS College Sports Ed Tapscott, WCL/JD ‘80 Director Player Development/Programs, Washington Wizards Abbi Tatton, SIS/MA ’00 Internet reporter, CNN Richard Ernest Thompson, CAS/BA’71 Playwright, On Golden Pond Frances Fragos Townsend, SPA/BA’82 CNN commentator; former assitant to President George W. Bush for Homeland Security Kermit Washington, SIS/BA’73 Former NBA player, LA Lakers Bram Weinstein, SOC/BA ‘95 ESPN News, Anchor Douglas Wheeler, CAS/MA ’64 President emeritus, Washington Performing Arts Society Warner Wolf, SOC/BA ‘60 Radio & Television Sports Broadcaster Clark Woods, SOC/BA ‘78 President-Domestic Theatrical Distribution, MGM

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Kermit Washington Kermit Washington, a 1973 graduate with a degree in science, was inducted into the GTE Academic AllAmerica Hall of Fame at ceremonies in Indianapolis on April 22, 1993. A talented power forward and excellent scorer, Washington averaged 21 points and 21 rebounds per game in his senior year. In the four decades since, no Division I player has averaged 20 points and 20 rebounds per game for an entire season. He went on to an eight-year career in the NBA with Los Angeles, Boston, San Diego, Portland, and Golden State. From 1984-86, Washington headed the Oregon Governor’s Professionals Advocating Student Success (P.A.S.S.) program. He founded the “6th Man Foundation,” an organization which assisted disadvantaged Oregonians. He also appeared as a speaker for many youth groups on the subjects of self-worth and selfimportance, working hard and saying no to drugs. Today Kermit resides in the D.C. area and continues to run his basketball camp as well as his Project Contact Africa organization. Washington founded Project Contact Africa, an offshoot of his 6th Man Foundation, after visiting Rwanda in 1994. Project Contact Africa brings doctors, nurses and medicine to Nairobi’s Kiberia neighborhood, one of the largest slums in the world. In 2008 and 2009, Kermit held a five day fast to raise awareness and funding for the project. The fast, which was held on American’s Main Quad, has raised more than $50,000 in donations. Each semester AU’s School of International Service sends students to Africa to work with Project Contact Africa’s clinic and school. For more information, please go to www. projectcontactafrica.com.

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Quotes on Kermit “He (Kermit) was a player of such desire and passion to win that his overall game tended under normal circumstances to obscure his weaknesses...” - Author David Halberstam “The Breaks of the Game” “Someone like Kermit may come along only once in a lifetime. It has been a pleasure to be associated with him... his maturity on the court was outstanding, but I will remember him most for his allaround personality, his humor and his tremendous concern for others.” - Tom Young Former AU Head Coach “He wasn’t Magic Johnson on the court. He was a working man’s practitioner who became an NBA AllStar. The greatest basketball player in AU’s history beat the odds and his own limitations. That also should be his legacy as a player.” - Tom Knott The Washington Times, 5/1/85 “Nobody should get 40 points against us, but I have a great deal of respect for Kermit. He’s a great player and an even greater person and I was glad to see him go out like he did, even if it was against us.” - Former Georgetown Head Coach John Thompson Feb. 24, 1973 American 90, Georgetown 68 Washington, 40 pts.

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1973 NIT The 1973 American University men’s basketball team enjoyed its most successful season to date with a 21-5 record and a first time bid to the National Invitational Tournament. AU was led by Head Coach Tom Young, who helped transform the Eagles with an American Revolution led by seniors Kermit Washington and Wilbur Thomas. The Eagles faced Louisville in the first round of the NIT in the storied Madison Square Garden. The tournament that year featured Notre Dame, North Carolina, Southern California and Rutgers. Before 15,000 fans in Madison Square Garden, 2,200 of them AU fans, the Eagles fell to the Cardinals, 97-84, despite Washington’s 29 points and Wilbur Thomas who added 26 as AU battled back to within five points late after a 22-point first half deficit. Washington was credited with putting AU basketball on the national map during his prolific career with the Eagles. In 1972-73, he had one of the greatest seasons in NCAA history as he became the last player to average 20 points and 20 rebounds per game. He earned 1973 Associated Press All-America honors while leading the nation in rebounding for the second consecutive season.

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Willie, Dickie and Beanie Ask those who had to guard Willie Jones, ’64, or fight Richard ‘Dickie’ Wells, ’65, for a rebound, and they’d tell you that the basketball program’s first African-Americans were more than pioneers. They were very talented players. Burly, 6 feet 5 inches, and tough, Wells excelled at doing the so-called dirty work. “Dick knew his role, and that was to get rebounds and set picks for me,” says Jones, reminiscing in his office at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), where he served as athletics director and men’s basketball coach. “He did his job well. He’d take my head off if I took a rebound away from him.” Wells, in fact, once pulled Jones aside during a game after the 5-foot-9-inch guard grabbed an errant shot. “You shoot all you want,” Wells told him angrily. “The rebounds are mine.” Jones’ shooting ability is still legendary at AU and on the D.C. playgrounds. In his senior year, Jones became AU’s most prolific scorer, passing the smooth-shooting Frank Weiss ’58. When the Eagles swept through the 1960 Mason-Dixon playoffs, Jones scored a tournamentrecord 85 points in three games. In his last game in an AU uniform on March 9, 1960, he set the NCAA record for points in a tournament game with 54 in the Eagles’ 101-91 loss to defending national champ Evansville. The record has yet to be broken. James Howell wasn’t bad either. Nicknamed “Beanie,” the 6-foot guard, who passed on a football scholarship to Notre Dame after graduating from D.C.’s John Carroll High School, was good enough in his freshman year to score 26 points in a MasonDixon Conference playoff win over Baltimore’s Loyola College in 1959. With another African-American, Al Dillard ’64, he was also a mainstay on the 1960-61 and 1961-62 AU teams that won 15 and 10 games, respectively.

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American University Men’s Basketball jeff

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Head Coach • Virginia ‘82 11th Season at American • 160-141 19th Season Overall • 306-245 In 10 seasons as head coach of the American men’s basketball team, Jeff Jones has engineered one of the most remarkable turnarounds in school history. The transformation of the men’s program culminated in the 2007-08 and 200809 seasons as the Eagles made back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Division I Tournament, including the school’s first ever trip to the ‘Big Dance.’ In 2009-10, Jones eclipsed the 300 win plateau, adding one more milestone to an already storied career. The 2008-09 Eagles enjoyed one of the best seasons in school history and capped the year off with a remarkable performance in the NCAA Tournament. American, led by its seven seniors, pushed Final Four participant Villanova to its limits, taking a 10-point lead into halftime and leading by as many as 14 points in the second half. Villanova eventually came back to win the game but not before the Eagles caught the attention of the nation. American finished the 2008-09 season with a 24-8 overall record, matching the program record for wins, and a 13-1 mark against the Patriot League. The Eagles led the nation in road wins with 11 and their 59.1 points per game allowed ranked 11th in the NCAA. For his efforts, Jones was acknowledged as the Patriot League Coach of the Year and the National Association of Basketball Coaches District 13 Coach of the Year. Jones passed American coaching great Stafford Cassell along the way as the program’s all-time winningest coach and finished the season with 149 wins at American. The highlight of an outstanding 2007-08 season was again a great performance in the NCAA Tournament. In the first round matchup in Birmingham, Ala., American played a tightly contested game against Tennessee, trailing by only one point, 50-49, with six minutes to play before the Volunteers pulled away. The Eagles appearance in the NCAA Tournament was the first in program history and was earned with a 52-46 win over Colgate in the Patriot League Championship Game. American went 21-12 on the year, marking the team’s first 20-win season since the 1989-90 season, and won its third Patriot League Regular Season Championship. Along the way American picked up a milestone victory, defeating regional foe and national basketball powerhouse Maryland in College Park, 67-59.

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Jones has set the standard for coaching excellence at American and is the program’s all-time leader in wins with a record of 160141. Jones has also guided American to four regular-season championships and five appearances in the Patriot League Tournament Championship Game. He has developed 18 players who have been named All-Patriot League, 20 players who have gone on to play professionally, two players who received the Patriot League Rookie of the Year award, Andre Ingram (2004) and Derrick Mercer (2006), and two players, Patrick Doctor (2002) and Derrick Mercer (2009), who earned the Patriot League Player of the Year award. Such success reflects his impeccable basketball pedigree: A star point guard who held the record for assists at the University of Virginia, the Owensboro, Ky., native is a member of the Apollo High School Hall of Fame. He is still the only person to win National Invitation Tournament (NIT) Championships as both a player and coach. It’s not an exaggeration to say that basketball is in his blood: his father, Bob, coached Kentucky Wesleyan University, leading the team to the 1973 NCAA Division II title. One of the most st respected teachers in the collegiate ranks, Jones left the University of Rhode hode Island, where he served as an assistant on Jerry DeGregorio’s staff ff during the 19992000 season, to o take the helm of American basketball etball in April 2000, becoming g the 17th coach in the school’s history. In just his second season at American, rican, Jones led the Eagles gles to the secondndbest turnaround nd in NCAA Division on I history, finishing ng with an 18-12 overall verall record. The 11game improvement ment from 2000-01 was second only to Bob Knight’s Texas as Tech squad that hat had a 14-game me turnaround. The 18 victories were the

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American University Men’s Basketball American Highlights: • Back-to-back Patriot League Championships and NCAA Tournament appearances (2008 & 2009) • 4 Patriot League Regular Season Championships (2002, 2004, 2008, 2009) • 5 Patriot League Championship Game appearances (2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009) • Highest career conference winning percentage among active Patriot League Coaches (.651) • Most total wins, Patriot League wins and Patriot League Tournament wins over the last four years • Led American to the second-biggest turnaround in NCAA history in just his second year at American in 2001-02 season • Developed 2 Patriot League Players of the Year, 2 Patriot League Rookies of the Year, and 18 AllPatriot League selections • Directed American to wins over ACC (Florida State, Maryland), BIG EAST (DePaul) and Atlantic-10 (George Washington) opponents • 20 former American players have gone on to play professionally • Team was invited to play in 2004-05 Preseason NIT and 2003-04 Rainbow Classic in Hawaii

Career Highlights: • 18 years of head coaching experience, 10 at American • 306 career victories • 42 former players have gone on to play professional basketball • 7 career NCAA Tournament appearances • Led American to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances in 2008 and 2009 • 2009 Patriot League Coach of the Year • 1 NCAA Elite Eight appearance • 2 NCAA Sweet 16 appearances • Led Virginia to 1992 NIT Championship • 4-year starter at point guard at Virginia • Led Virginia to 1981 Final Four as starting point guard • Only individual to win NIT Championships as a player and coach • Member of the National Basketball Coaches Association Board of Directors • Named to the 2007 NABC Silver Anniversary All-America Team

highest win total for the program since 1989-90 (a performance the team would repeat in 2003-04), and its first winning campaign since 1990-91. During the 2001-02 season the Eagles captured the Patriot League regular-season title, fashioning a 10-4 conference record in the process. The top seed in the league tournament, the Eagles advanced to the championship game only to fall to Holy Cross, 5552, before then the largest championship crowd in league history and just the second sellout in the history of American’s Bender Arena. The game was also played in front of a national audience on ESPN. Earlier that same season American gained national recognition with a 77-72 win at Florida State, becoming the first Patriot League school to ever defeat a member of the renowned Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). During the 2002-03 season, Jones led the Eagles to a victory over cross-town rival George Washington and a regular season win over Holy Cross. The Eagles finished second in the regular season and reached the Patriot League Championship Game for a second time. In 2003-04 Jones guided the Eagles to their second Patriot League regular season title in three years and led American to the Patriot League Championship Game for the third straight year. American finished with its third-consecutive winning season for the first time in 13 years and had a six-game winning streak for the first time in 14 years. The Eagles earned an invitation to the Rainbow Classic, where they went 2-1, including a win over NCAA tourney team East Tennessee State.

The Eagle Has Landed Jones also led the Eagles to a winning season in 2004-05, as American finished with a 16-12 record and an 8-6 mark in the Patriot League, good for third place. With the winning record, Jones had guided American to above-.500 marks in four straight seasons-the first time that had happened since the 1974-75 season, when American completed a string of five straight winning seasons. Jones’s reputation helped the Eagles get invited to the 2004-05 Preseason NIT.

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American University Men’s Basketball In 2006-07 a resurgent American team achieved a 1614 record. The winning record marked a period of nearly unprecedented success at American, as five of the previous six teams had winning seasons, a record accomplished only four times before in the team’s history. Other notable 2006-07 achievements: • The Eagles got off to their best start in 17 years with a 7-2 opening mark. • Jones had a personal highlight with his 100th win at American when the Eagles knocked off Colgate in a thrilling overtime game. • American went on to the Patriot League semifinals, where eventual league champ Holy Cross won on a last-second basket.

Coaching Experience Head Coach, American

• Jones joined the exclusive 250-win club.

Other Career Highlights: • When he became the University of Virginia’s eighth head coach at age 29, Jones was the youngest coach in the history of the Atlantic Coast Conference. In eight years at the helm, he compiled a record of 146-104 for a .584 winning percentage. He led Virginia to six postseason appearances (five NCAA, one NIT), one regular-season ACC championship, and four 20-win campaigns. Virginia’s win over Virginia Tech during the 1994-95 regular season gave Jones his 100th career victory, making him the second-fastest coach in school history and fifth-fastest in ACC history to accomplish the feat. He also directed the Cavaliers to five of their top six seasons for fieldgoal percentage defense. • Virginia made its fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in seven seasons under Jones in 1996-97. Finishing that season with an overall mark of 18-13, the Cavaliers fell to Iowa in a West Region first-round game.

Assoc. Head Coach, Rhode Island

1999-2000

Head Coach, Virginia

1990-98

Assistant Coach, Virginia

1986-90

Part-time Asst. Coach, Virginia

1982-86

Career Coaching Record Year

School

Record

Postseason

1990-01

Virginia

21-12

NCAA First Round

1991-92

Virginia

20-13

NIT Champions

1992-93

Virginia

21-10

NCAA Sweet 16

1993-94

Virginia

18-13

NCAA Second Round

1994-95

Virginia

25-9

NCAA Elite 8

1995-96

Virginia

12-15

1996-97

Virginia

18-13

NCAA First Round

1997-98

Virginia

11-19

2000-01

American

7-20

2001-02

American

18-12

2002-03

American

16-14

2003-04

American

18-13

2004-05

American

17-11

2005-06

American

12-17

2006-07

American

16-14

2007-08

American

21-12

NCAA First Round

2008-09

American

24-8

NCAA First Round

2009-10

American

11-20

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American University Men’s Basketball • The 1994-95 season saw Jones lead Virginia to a final mark of 25-9. The program advanced dvanced to the NCAA Tournament’s Tournament s Elite Eight and earned a share of its first ACC regularseason crown since 1983. 83. Virginia finished that season ranked eighth in the final CNN/USA Today poll, and 13th in the final Associated d Press media poll. Those e were the highest final al national rankings by a Virginia team since 1983. 3. • In 1992-93 Jones became ecame the only coach in conference history to win n at least 20 games in each of his first three seasons. s. He led Virginia to a 21-10 record (9-7 ACC) and a trip to the 1993 East Region semifinals in the NCAA Tournament. • In 1991-92, Jones’s Cavaliers posted a 20-13 record and went on to win the NIT championship. As a result, Jones became me the first person to win an NIT title as both a playerr and a coach; he is still the only person to accomplish sh the feat. • In his first season as head ead coach at Virginia, Jones led the 1990-91 squad to o a 21-12 overall record. He was the only rookie coach ch in the nation that year to have his team in the NCAA AA Tournament.

saw both of those records eclipsed by his own player, John Crotty. Jones served as team captain as a senior during the te 1981-82 season and a played in 129 games during his career. During that th time he averaged 6.6 points and 4.6 assists per game while shooting 52.2 percent from the field e and 74.3 percent from the freethrow line. li Jones was named to the National Jon Association of Basketball Coaches Ass 2007 Silver Anniversary All-America 2 Team along with Dan Calandrillo T (Seton Hall), Eric “Sleepy” Floyd (Georgetown), Pete Metzelaars (Wabash) and Ricky Pierce (Rice). The award is given to former collegiate stars who have gone on to distinguish themselves after their college careers. afte Jones and his wife, Danielle, live in Arlington, Va. He is the father of three Arlington children, Meghann, Madison Perry, and Robert. Jeffrey R

Before his eight-year run n as head coach, Jones was a full-time assistant on Terry Holland’s staff at UVa, from 1986 to 1990, a part-time assistant for three seasons, and a graduate te assistant for one. During his eight seasons as an assistant, Jones was a part of the Cavaliers’ overall record of 162-95 (.630), participating in six NCAA Tournaments while advancing to the Final Four in 1984 and the Elite Eight in 1989. Virginia also competed in one NIT during his tenure.

A Big-Time Player Before his coaching career, Jones made his mark on the national college basketball scene as a player. After starring at Apollo High School in Owensboro, Kentucky, he went on to become point guard for the University of Virginia from 197882. As a four-year starter for the Cavaliers, Jones was known as a leader and prolific passer. With Jones directing a potent offense, UVa compiled an overall record of 102-28 (.785) while he led the Cavaliers to two NCAA Tournaments and two NITs. Virginia captured the 1980 NIT title and advanced to the NCAA Final Four in 1981. He graduated from Virginia in 1982 with a bachelor of science degree in psychology. Jones finished his career as Virginia’s all-time assist leader (598) while also setting the single-season record with 200 assists during the 1979-80 season. Later, as head coach, he

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American University Men’s Basketball kieran DONOHUE Assistant Coach • 11th Season • Virginia, ‘97

Kieran Donohue is in his 11th season with ith the Eagles as an assistant coach. Donohue is involved volved in all aspects of the American program, including cluding oncourt coaching, game and practice planning anning and recruiting. Prior to his appointment at American, Donohue spent two seasons as an Administrative Assistant for the men’ss basketball program at Boston University. ty. His duties with the Terriers included travel and transportation organization, film exchange policy and nd personnel management. He also helped direct the e BU summer basketball camps.

Donohue is no stranger to head coach Jeff Jones’ stran successful system after serving on his staff at the af University of Virginia. During Jones’ tenure at Virginia, Donohue served the program in several different t capacities, beginning as a student manager in begi 1993 and continuing through 1998. He served cont as the graduate graduat administrative assistant for the 1997-98 season. seas during that span included a role as Other duties du advisor. He also assisted an assistant academic ac program’s video exchange coordination in the program and was the Cavs’ manager during his fouryear tenure as a student from 1993-97. earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree Donohue earn in History from Virginia in 1997. He attended in New York City, where he Regis High School Sc on the 1993 championship played point guard g 1992 runners-up for the New York team and 19 State Class C title. resides in Washington, D.C., with Donohue re an American alumnae and his wife Erika, Er lacrosse player for the Eagles, and former lacr daughter Molly. their daugh

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American University Men’s Basketball lamar BARRETT Assistant Coach • 1st Season • Elizabeth City, ‘94

Lamar Barrett begins his first season as an assistant coach for the Eagles. Barrett brings 11 years of coaching experience to American and most recently spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Brown University. Barrett coached three All-Ivy League selections with the Bears and was primarily responsible for recruiting. cruiting. Prior to coaching g at Brown, Barrett worked for the Hoop op Group Elite where he served as director ctor from 2006-2008. Hoop Group is the he nation’s largest high school exposure osure camp and allows the best academically oriented high school ool basketball players in the country to showcase their abilities bilities in the recruiting process. ss. Barrett also served as an assistant coach at the University niversity of New Haven from 2005-2006 and Central Connecticut nnecticut State Universityy from 2003-2005.

Barrett graduated from Elizabeth City State University in Eliz 1994 with a BS in Business Administration and was a two year captain for the Vikings. Vikings Barrett also played a year at Longwood University. A native of Hampton Roads, Va, he nat played for Franklin High School. Barrett has worked for a Sc number of basketball camps camp and was the co-founder/head coach of Prince George’s County Select AAU Team from 1999-2003; during that time tim he also served as a member of Board of Trustees of Oxon Hill County Select AAU team.

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American University Men’s Basketball eddie JACKSON Assistant Coach • 5th Season • Ohio State, ‘00

Eddie Jackson begins his fourth season as a member of Coach Jones’s staff and his second as assistant coach. Jackson is primarily responsible for recruiting. Previously, Jackson served as American’s director of basketball operations for three seasons. As director of operations, Jackson was responsible for team travel, film exchange, film breakdown and team camp. p. Jackson came to American after spending ending time coaching at both the high school and AAU U level. He served as an assistant varsity coach at South Lakes High School in Reston, Va., under der the leadership of head coach Wendell Byrd. rd. While with the Seahawks, he was in charge ge of scouting, preparing scouting reports, and nd on court demonstration. In three seasons ns he helped the Seahawks to a 58-24 overall all record and a spot in the Virginia High School ool League State Quarterfinals.

Jackson also served as a head coach with Jac Nova UNITED AAU Basketball Club in the Nov D.C., Metropolitan area. In his last three D.C years with the program, he has assisted with yea development and recruitment of over 30 the d scholarship players, including 24 Division I scho players. play addition to his coaching experience, he In a created and served as a co-director of the cre East Coast Basketball Coaching Clinic. Ea He also has spent several summers working as a camp counselor at Eastern wo Invitational Basketball Camp and TopInv 100 Clinics throughout the East Coast. 10 Jackson received dual bachelor degrees in Ja economics and criminology from The Ohio eco State University in 2000. Jackson resides in Sta Northern Virginia. Nort

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American University Men’s Basketball matt WOLFF Director of Basketball Operations • 1st Season Boston, ‘09

his senior season. He was also named to the America East All-Defensive Team as a senior and ranked seventh in the conference in both assists per game (3.1) and assist/turnover ratio (1.2). Wolff graduated in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Matt Wolff begins his first year as a member of Coach Jones’s staff after graduating from Boston University in 2009. As the Director of Basketball Operations, Wolff is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the basketball office, including film exchange, team travel and team camps. Wolff was a member of Boston’s men’s basketball team, playing under his father, former Head Coach Dennis Wolff. Wolff started 54 of 94 games for the Terriers and was named the America East Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete following

Wolff attended Walpole High School in Walpole, Mass., leading the Rebels to two consecutive Bay State Herget Championships and a Massachusetts Division II State Title. Following his senior season Wolff was named the Bay State Herget MVP, selected to the Boston Herald “Dream Team” and named to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic Super Team. Wolff resides in Bethesda, Md.

Support Staff

ryan

tiana

dr. donald

maureen

melissa

ESKOW

HAKIMZADEH

BRENNER

BRESLIN

TANNER

Team Manager Junior

Team Manager Junior

Faculty Advisor

Coordinator of Academic Support

Academic Support Counselor

dr. david

sean

jason

johnathan

HIGGINS

DASH

RIDDELL

KATONA

Team Physician

Head Athletic Trainer

Head Strength & Head Equipment Conditioning Coach Manager

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American University Men’s Basketball

2010-11 Roster Alphabetical

No. 43 15 3 12 10 13 21 25 23 20 32 22 0 14 2 4 34

Name Mike Bersch Jordan Borucki Troy Brewer Daniel Fisher Warren Flood, Jr. Riley Grafft Nick Hendra Joe Hill Charles Hinkle Blake Jolivette Stephen Lumpkins Steve Luptak Simon McCormack Vlad Moldoveanu Daniel Munoz Wayne Simon II Tony Wroblicky

Pos. F G G F G F G G G G F G G F G G F

Year Sophomore Sophomore Junior Sophomore Sophomore Junior Senior Junior Junior Sophomore Junior Senior Junior Senior Sophomore Freshman Freshman

Ht. 6-6 6-3 6-5 6-7 6-2 6-11 6-3 6-2 6-5 5-11 6-8 6-3 6-4 6-9 6-1 5-11 6-9

Wt. 205 180 175 220 200 200 205 190 210 170 225 185 185 215 175 160 220

Hometown / Previous School Mt. Holly, N.J. / Rancocas Valley Regional High School Los Angeles, Calif. / Kent School (Connecticut) Gaithersburg, Md. / University of Georgia Melbourne, Australia / Melbourne Grammar Olney, Md. / Bullis High School Janesville, Wisc. / Janesville-Parker High School New York, N.Y. / Xavier High School Plymouth Meeting, Pa. / Germantown Academy Los Alamitos, Calif. / Hebron Academy (Maine) Houston, Texas / St. Thomas High School Redwood City, Calif. / Junipero Serra High School Munster, Ind. / Munster High School New Castle, N.H. / Northfield Mount Hermon School (Mass.) Bucharest, Romania / George Mason University Plantation, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas High School Westchester, Ill. / St. Joseph’s High School Los Angeles, Calif. / Loyola High School

Pos. G G G G G F F F G G G G G G F F F

Year Junior Sophomore Junior Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Junior Senior Sophomore Sophomore Senior Senior Junior Junior Junior Freshman Sophomore

Ht. 6-4 6-1 6-5 5-11 6-2 6-7 6-11 6-9 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-8 6-9 6-6

Wt. 185 175 175 160 200 220 200 215 180 170 205 185 210 190 225 220 205

Hometown / Previous School New Castle, N.H. / Northfield Mount Hermon School (Mass.) Plantation, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas High School Gaithersburg, Md. / University of Georgia Westchester, Ill. / St. Joseph’s High School Olney, Md. / Bullis High School Melbourne, Australia / Melbourne Grammar Janesville, Wisc. / Janesville-Parker High School Bucharest, Romania / George Mason University Los Angeles, Calif. / Kent School (Connecticut) Houston, Texas / St. Thomas High School New York, N.Y. / Xavier High School Munster, Ind. / Munster High School Los Alamitos, Calif. / Hebron Academy (Maine) Plymouth Meeting, Pa. / Germantown Academy Redwood City, Calif. / Junipero Serra High School Los Angeles, Calif. / Loyola High School Mt. Holly, N.J. / Rancocas Valley Regional High School

Numerical No. 0 2 3 4 10 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 23 25 32 34 43

Name Simon McCormack Daniel Munoz Troy Brewer Wayne Simon II Warren Flood, Jr. Daniel Fisher Riley Grafft Vlad Moldoveanu Jordan Borucki Blake Jolivette Nick Hendra Steve Luptak Charles Hinkle Joe Hill Stephen Lumpkins Tony Wroblicky Mike Bersch

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American University Men’s Basketball Position 2010-11 Outlook Guard (11) .................. Borucki, Brewer ................................. Flood, Jr., Hendra .............................Hill, Hinkle, Jolivette, ..............................Luptak, McCormack ....................................Munoz, Simon II Forward (6) ...................Bersch, Fisher ................................... Grafft, Lumpkins .........................Moldoveanu, Wroblicky

Class Senior (3) .................... Hendra, Luptak .......................................... Moldoveanu Junior (6) .......................Brewer, Grafft .............................................Hill, Hinkle ......................... Lumpkins, McCormack Sophomore (6) ...........Bersch, Borucki ................................... Flood, Jr., Fisher ....................................Jolivette, Munoz Freshman (2) ........ Simon II, Wroblicky

Height 5-11 (2) .................... Jolivette, Simon II 6-1 (1) ........................................ Munoz 6-2 (2) ............................. Flood, Jr., Hill 6-3 (3) ......................... Borucki, Hendra ................................................... Luptak 6-4 (1) ................................McCormack 6-5 (2) ............................Brewer, Hinkle 6-6 (1) ........................................Bersch 6-7 (1) .........................................Fisher 6-8 (1) ................................... Lumpkins 6-9 (2) ..............Moldoveanu, Wroblicky 6-11 (1) ........................................Grafft

Home State/Country Australia (1) ...............................Fisher California (4)................Borucki, Hinkle .............................Lumpkins, Wroblicky Florida (1) ................................. Munoz Illinois (1) ................................Simon II Indiana (1)................................. Luptak Maryland (2) ............Brewer, Flood, Jr. New Hampshire (1) ..........McCormack New Jersey (1) .........................Bersch New York (1) ............................ Hendra Pennsylvania (1) ............................Hill Romania (1) ..................... Moldoveanu Texas (1) .................................Jolivette Wisconsin (1) .............................Grafft

• American will look to take back the Patriot League and return to the NCAA Tournament in 2011, after reaching the conference semifinals for the ninth straight year in 2010. The Eagles return all five starters from last year’s squad. • Vlad Moldoveanu led AU with 18.1 ppg and 6.5 rpg last season, and ranked second in the Patriot League in scoring (20.4 ppg) and rebounding (7.5 rpg) during conference play. Overseas, he led the Romanian National Team during the 2009 and 2010 FIBA EuroBasket Qualifying Tournament, averaging 18.3 ppg and 8.5 rpg in 2009 and 16.8 ppg and 5.0 rpg in 2010.

• Stephen Lumpkins ranked ninth in the Patriot League in scoring (13.1 ppg) and second in rebounding (8.5 rpg). Lumpkins also ranked second in the conference with 48 blocked shots, marking the secondhighest single-season total in school history. He currently ranks seventh all-time at American with 68 career blocks. • Transfer students Troy Brewer and Charles Hinkle, will add athleticism and versatility to the Eagles’ roster. Brewer played two seasons at the University of Georgia where he averaged 2.1 ppg in 21 appearances. Hinkle played two seasons at Vanderbilt where he averaged 1.4 points in 10 appearances as a sophomore and 2.0 ppg in 25 appearances as a freshman. • Newcomers Wayne Simon II and Troy Wroblicky will complement American’s core. Simon II helped St. Joseph’s High School to regional championships in 2009 and 2010 and the 2009 East Suburban Catholic Conference Championship. Wroblicky was named one of the top 50 shot blockers in California and helped his team to back-to-back appearances in the California State Championship Tournament. • Senior guard Nick Hendra led the Eagles in i assists (2.7 apg) and steals (0.67) during the ’09-’10 season, and ranked third d with 10.0 ppg and 5.2 rpg. Junior Simon w McCormack averaged 5.9 ppg and 2.2 apg M and Sophomore Daniel Munoz averaged a 4.3 4 ppg and 2.3 apg. • Jones, now in his 11th season on the American sideline, is responsible for backA to-back Patriot League Championships and t NCAA Division I Tournament births in the N 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons. In 20092 10, 1 Jones eclipsed the 300-win plateau. His H American resume includes five Patriot League Championship Game appearances L and four regular season championships. a Jones has developed 18 All-Patriot League J student-athletes, 20 professional players, s two Patriot League Rookies of the Year and t two Patriot League Players of the Year. t

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American University Men’s Basketball nick HENDRA,

#21

Senior • Guard • 6-3 • 205 New York, N.Y. • Xavier High School usiness International Business game-high 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting and pulled game-hig down sseven rebounds against Army (2/4/09) ... pulled down seven rebounds and recorded pull three assists against Lafayette (1/31/09) ... th rrecorded eight points and five rebounds at Navy (1/28/09) ... scored six points and pulled down six rebounds, including three offensive, at Holy Cross (1/24/09) ... grabbed seven rebounds, scored six points and dished out two assists at Colgate (1/17/09) ... scored nine points, grabbed five rebounds, including two offensive, and dished out two assists at Maryland (12/22/08) ... netted 14 points and dished out a career-high four assists at George Washington (12/17/08) a .... scored a career-high 16 points on 6-of9 shooting, including 2-of-2 from three, at Stony Brook (11/25/08) ... scored seven S points and grabbed five rebounds at po Oklahoma (11/14/08). Ok

2009-10 (Junior): Appeared ed in 30 games, starting 27 … ranked d third on the team with 10.0 ppg and 5.2 rpg … led team in assists with 2.7 per game … scored in double-digits 20 times with one double-double … matched atched career-high with three steals while adding seven points, three rebounds unds and two assists against Lafayette (2/27/10) ... scored a career-high gh 19 points on 6-of-9 shooting from the floor, 5-of-7 shooting from m three and added five rebounds and four assists against Bucknell (2/11/10) ... dished out a career-high six assists and added seven rebounds against Colgate (1/17/10) ... scored 15 points with six rebounds and five assists while playing a career-high 42 minutes at Bucknell (1/13/10) ... recorded his second career double-double with 15 points and a career-high 13 rebounds at Florida (12/28/09) .... led the team in scoring, rebounding and assists with 14 points, nine boards ards and four helpers in 37 minutes at Georgetown (12/5/09) … tallied 14 points oints with seven rebounds, two assists and one steal against Fairfield (11/23/09) 23/09) ... scored 10 points with five rebounds at St. Francis (Pa.) (11/13/09). 2008-09 (Sophomore): Averaged 6.3 points and 4.4 rebounds per game while appearing in all 32 games for the Eagles ... shot .470 from the field, .367 from three and .575 from the free-throw line ... tallied seven points, oints, five rebounds and two assists against Holy Cross (3/13/09) in the Patriot ot League Championship Game ... scored 11 points on 5-of-6 shooting and grabbed six rebounds at Lafayette (2/28/09) ... scored 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting and recorded two steals against Navy (2/25/09) ... recorded nine points on 4-of-5 shooting from the field while grabbing five rebounds and dishing shing out three assists at Army (2/18/09) ... notched his first career double-double e-double with a game-high 16 points and career-high 11 rebounds against Colgate (2/14/09) ... made his first career start at Lehigh (2/7/09) and grabbed nine rebounds, scored nine points and dished out two assists ... scored cored a

2007-08 (Freshman): Played in 16 games 200 recorded a season-best 11 points and five ... re rebounds in the PL Semifinal against Army rebo (3/9/08) on 4-of-6 shooting ... made two (3/9 three-point baskets in the Patriot League thr Semifinals against Army (03/09) and at Se Bucknell (1/16/08) ... recorded two assists Bu in three games, including against Colgate (3/14/08), at Bucknell (1/16/08) and at (3/ Georgetown (12/29/07). Ge Played For: Xavier High School - Joe Pla McGrane. Mc

Hendra’s Career Highs

Xavier High School: Enjoyed a stellar X ssenior year at Xavier High School in New York City playing for Coach Joe McGrane, Y leading his team to a 21-6 record while lea averaging 18.4 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.7 ave assists per game ... was recognized for his assi exceptional play by being named All-State exc Second Team for Class ‘A’ by the New York Sec Sportswriters Association, First Team AllSpo Manhattan by the New York Daily News and Ma Third Team All-New York City by the New York Thir Post ... was also named to the All-CHSAA Pos South Division Team for two straight years .. Sout was sselected as Xavier High School’s ScholarAthlete of the Year. Athl

Category .......................................................Career-High -High Points......................................... 19 vs. Bucknell (2/11/10) 11/10) Rebounds ..................................... 13 at Florida (12/28/09) 28/09) FG Made......................................... 7 vs Colgate (2/14/09) 14/09) FG Atts......................................... 16 at Bucknell (1/13/10) 13/10) 3 FG Made.................................... 5 vs. Bucknell (2/11/10) 11/10) 3 FG Atts..................10 twice, last at Holy Cross (2/21/10) 21/10) FT Made ..........................................6 at Colgate (2/13/10) 13/10) FT Atts .............................................8 at Colgate (2/13/10) 13/10) Assists ......................... 6 twice, last at Lafayette (1/30/10) 30/10) Blocks .............. 1 four times, last vs. Holy Cross (2/21/09) 21/09) Steals................ 3 three times, last vs. Lafayette (2/27/10) 27/10) Minutes ........................................ 42 at Bucknell (1/13/10) 13/10)

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

40

GP 16 32 30 78

GS 0 1 27 28

Min 122 686 948 1756

Avg 7.6 21.4 31.6 22.5

Total FG 15 78 97 190

FGA 41 166 256 463

Pct .366 .470 .379 .410

3-point FG FGA 2 14 22 60 57 153 81 227

Pct .143 .367 .373 .357

FT 7 23 48 78

Personal: Son of Carla and Tony Hendra ... Per has a brother, Sebastian, and a sister, Lucy ... majoring in international business. major

FTA 13 40 73 126

Pct .538 .575 .658 .619

R Rebounds b d Off Def 5 12 26 114 36 120 67 246

Tot 17 140 156 313

Avg 1.1 4.4 5.2 4.0

PF 20 64 68 152

FO 1 0 2 3

Ast 7 53 81 141

TO 16 51 80 147

Blk 1 2 0 3

Stl 1 14 20 35

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Avg 2.4 6.3 10.0 6.9


American University Men’s Basketball 2007-08 Game-by-Game Date 11/10 11/13 11/15 11/17 11/18 11/24 11/26 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/19 12/22 12/29 1/4 1/6 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/27 3/1 3/5 3/9 3/14 3/21

Opponent S at Saint Francis at Loyola (Md.) Fairfield at Morgan State Stony Brook at NJIT at Mount St. Mary’s UMBC Howard Jacksonville at Dayton Flyers at Maryland at Georgetown at Brown at Columbia at Lehigh * at Bucknell * Colgate * at Army * Holy Cross * Navy * at Lafayette * at Holy Cross * Lehigh * Bucknell * at Colgate * Army * at Navy * Lafayette * Holy Cross Army Colgate vs Tennessee

FG 0-1 1-2 0-0

3P 0-0 0-0 0-0

1-4

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1 0-2

0-0 0-1

0-0

0-0

3-7 0-1 0-0

1-4 0-1 0-0

3-8

0-2

4-6 2-7 1-2

1-2 0-2 0-1

FT-A O/D/T PF TP 0-0 0/0/0 1 0 0-0 0/1/1 3 2 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP ----------- DNP -----1-2 0/0/0 1 3 ------ DNP -----0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----0-0 0/0/0 0 0 2-4 0/2/2 1 2 ------ DNP -----0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----0-0 0/2/2 1 7 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 0-0 0/0/0 1 0 ------ DNP -----0-3 3/0/3 5 6 ------ DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP -----2-2 1/4/5 2 11 2-2 0/1/1 2 6 0-0 1/2/3 3 2

A 0 0 0

TO 0 0 0

1

2008-09 Game-by-Game B 0 0 0

S 0 0 0

M 1 3 1

4

0 0

11

0

0

0 0

4

0

0

0 0

2

0 2

0 4

0 1 0 0

7 10

0

0

0 0

1

2 0 0

1 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0

16 2 3

0

2

0 0

18

1 2 0

0 1 4

0 0 0 0 1 0

16 20 7

Date 11/14 11/17 11/19 11/22 11/25 11/29 12/1 12/6 12/17 12/20 12/22 12/29 1/2 1/5 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28 3/4 3/8 3/13 3/19

Opponent S at Oklahoma St. Francis at Howard at Jacksonville at Stony Brook at Fairfield Mount St. Mary’s at Georgetown at GW at UMBC at Maryland at Manhattan Brown Columbia Lehigh * Bucknell * at Colgate * at Holy Cross * at Navy * Lafayette * Army * at Lehigh * * at Bucknell * Colgate * at Army * Holy Cross * Navy * at Lafayette * Lafayette Army Holy Cross vs. Villanova

FG 3-8 1-3 3-6 0-1 6-9 1-4 1-4 1-3 5-9 2-5 4-9 0-1 0-2 1-5 2-3 3-6 2-3 2-7 4-5 1-5 6-11 3-5 1-4 7-9 4-5 0-3 4-7 5-6 1-4 3-6 2-4 0-4

3P 1-3 0-1 1-3 0-1 2-2 0-2 0-2 1-1 2-3 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-2 2-3 1-3 0-0 0-1 2-4 1-2 1-2 1-1 1-2 0-2 2-4 1-1 0-1 0-3 1-2 0-3

FT-A O/D/T PF 0-0 1/4/5 3 0-0 0/2/2 0 0-0 0/2/2 2 0-0 0/2/2 3 2-2 0/6/6 3 4-6 0/6/6 1 0-0 3/1/4 2 0-0 1/0/1 0 2-4 1/2/3 1 2-2 0/4/4 3 0-1 2/3/5 3 0-0 0/0/0 0 0-0 0/2/2 0 2-3 0/5/5 2 0-0 1/4/5 2 0-2 0/4/4 2 0-0 2/5/7 3 1-2 3/3/6 4 0-0 0/5/5 3 3-5 1/6/7 2 0-0 4/3/7 1 2-4 0/9/9 0 1-2 1/3/4 2 1-2 2/9/11 2 0-0 0/5/5 0 0-0 0/1/1 2 1-2 1/3/4 2 0-1 0/6/6 4 0-0 1/0/1 2 0-0 1/3/4 4 2-2 1/4/5 4 0-0 0/2/2 2

TP 7 2 7 0 16 6 2 3 14 6 9 0 0 4 4 7 6 6 8 5 14 9 4 16 9 0 11 11 2 6 7 0

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

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

B 0 0 0 0 1 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

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

2009-10 Game-by-Game Date 11/13 11/16 11/18 11/21 11/23 11/25 11/28 12/1 12/5 12/16 12/19 12/21 12/28 1/2 1/4 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/27 3/3 3/7

Opponent at St. Francis Albany Mt. St. Mary’s Florida Atlantic Fairfield Manhattan at UMES Howard at Georgetown at DePaul UMBC at Penn State at Florida at Brown at Columbia at Lehigh * at Bucknell * Colgate * at Army * Holy Cross * Navy * at Lafayette * Lehigh * Bucknell * at Colgate * Army * at Holy Cross * at Navy * Lafayette * Navy at Lehigh

S * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

FG 3-12 1-9 0-4 3-8 5-6 0-2 4-9 3-9 5-12 6-10 2-6 6-9 4-11 6-12 3-6 4-14 6-16 1-6 1-7 2-6 1-3 4-11

6-9 * 3-7 * 2-3 4-14 * 1-7 2-6 * 5-11 * 4-11

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP 2-8 2-2 3/2/5 4 10 1-3 0-0 2/3/5 0 3 0-1 0-0 3/1/4 2 0 0-2 0-2 1/3/4 4 6 3-4 1-3 3/4/7 0 14 0-1 0-0 0/3/3 0 0 2-4 1-2 2/1/3 3 11 2-6 4-4 2/4/6 2 12 2-7 2-2 2/7/9 3 14 3-7 2-3 0/3/3 0 17 1-5 2-2 0/10/10 0 7 4-4 1-4 1/1/2 2 17 2-7 5-7 2/11/13 2 15 4-8 2-2 1/5/6 3 18 2-5 2-2 1/4/5 3 10 3-5 2-4 1/5/6 1 13 3-10 0-0 3/3/6 0 15 0-2 0-0 1/6/7 3 2 1-6 1-2 1/3/4 3 4 1-4 5-6 2/2/4 3 10 0-1 0-0 0/3/3 3 2 3-8 1-2 0/8/8 3 12 ------ DNP -----5-7 2-3 0/5/5 5 19 2-5 6-8 1/2/3 4 14 2-3 4-4 0/3/3 3 10 2-10 0-0 2/3/5 2 10 0-4 2-4 1/4/5 5 4 2-5 1-2 0/3/3 1 7 2-5 0-3 0/7/7 3 12 3-6 0-0 1/1/2 1 11

A 1 4 2 3 2 1 0 1 4 2 5 2 2 4 2 3 5 6 2 5 3 6

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

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1

M 30 33 21 23 35 17 26 34 37 32 35 32 37 35 33 37 42 32 31 36 27 35

4 0 2 2 5 2 1 0

4 1 3 3 5 0 2 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2

34 29 23 33 28 31 38 32

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M 28 19 25 16 27 23 26 14 26 24 27 3 14 25 13 29 25 31 19 26 22 28 19 25 18 25 16 21 14 22 20 16


American University Men’s Basketball steve LUPTAK, #22 Senior • Guard • 6-3 • 185 g School Munster, Ind. • Munster High ment Business Management ... tallied two Georgetown (12/29/07) (12 points, one rebound and one assist Colgate (1/19/08) ... picked at Colga rebounds against up two tw and at Brown navy (1/30/08) ( (1/4/08). (1/4/08

2009-10 (Junior): Played ed in 29 games, starting 7 … averaged 17.4 minutes … shot 94.1 percent from the free-throw line … recorded ded a career-high five rebounds with one assist against Navy vy (3/3/10) in the Patriot League Quarterfinals ... matched his s career-high with five assists and added five points and three rebounds at Holy Cross (2/21/10) ... tallied eight points and two rebounds at Army (1/20/10) ... scored a career-high 18 points on 4-of-6 shooting from the floor, 3-of-4 shooting from three and 7-of-7 shooting from the line ine against Colgate (1/17/10) ... made first career start at St. Francis (Pa.), scoring five points with three rebounds and one steal (11/13/09).

Played For: Munster High School - Mike Hackett. Schoo Munster High School: Munste an outstanding Finished career at Munster High School by helping his team Schoo 21-4 record before losing to a 21 playoffs to the eventual in the p Indiana State Champions, East Chicago High ... averaged 12.1 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.5 per game in his senior steals pe was Coach Mike season and a Hackett’s defensive stopper ... set sschool record for threepointers with eight in one game ... was named First Team AllConference and First Team Confere All-Area by the Munster Times, Second Team All-Area by the Post-Tribune and Honorable Post-T Mention Academic All-State. Mentio

2008-09 (Sophomore): Appeared in 25 games and averaged ged 4.1 minutes ... shot .333 from the field ... dished out a careereerhigh two assists and grabbed one rebound at Lafayette ette (2/28/09) ... pulled down a career-high three rebounds and notched one assist vs. St. Francis (11/17/08) ... scored d a career-high five points while playing a career-high 15 minutes utes at Oklahoma (11/14/08). 2007-08 (Freshman): Played in 14 games ... scored three hree points against Navy (1/30/08), at Brown (1/4/08) and d at

Luptak’s Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High gh Points............................................. 18 vs. Colgate (1/16/10) 0) Rebounds ............................................ 5 vs. Navy (3/3/10) 0) FG Made............................................. 5 at Lehigh (3/7/10) 0) FG Atts...................................7 twice, last at Lehigh (3/7/10) 0)

Personal: Son of Mary Perso Ronald Luptak ... has and R brothers, David and two br Jeffrey ... David played four years of baseball for Earlham College ... carried a 3.94 point average in high grade p ... majoring in business school .. management. managem

3 FG Made......................................... 4, at Lehigh (3/7/10) 0) 3 FG Atts............................................. 6 at Lehigh (3/7/10) 0) FT Made ........................................ 7 vs. Colgate (1/16/10) 0) FT Atts ........................................... 7 vs. Colgate (1/16/10) 0) Assists ....................................... 5 at Holy Cross (2/21/10) 0) Blocks ...........................................................................N/A /A Steals.............................................. 2 vs. Albany (11/16/10 10 Minutes ..............................................35 at Navy (2/24/10) 0)

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

42

GP 14 25 29 68

GS 0 0 7 7

Min 42 103 507 652

Avg 3.0 4.1 17.5 9.6

Total FG 4 4 27 35

FGA 8 12 84 104

Pct .500 .333 .321 .337

3-point FG FGA 3 6 1 6 16 54 20 66

Pct .500 .167 .296 .303

FT 0 2 16 18

FTA 0 4 17 21

Pct .000 .500 .941 .857

Rebounds Off Def 2 5 4 7 5 39 11 51

Tot 7 11 44 62

Avg 0.5 0.4 1.5 0.9

PF 1 9 40 50

FO 0 0 1 1

Ast 2 5 41 48

TO 0 12 20 32

Blk 0 0 0 0

Stl 0 0 11 11

Pts 11 11 86 108

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Avg 0.8 0.4 3.0 1.6


American University Men’s Basketball 2007-08 Game-by-Game Date 11/10 11/13 11/15 11/17 11/18 11/24 11/26 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/19 12/22 12/29 1/4 1/6 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/27 3/1 3/5 3/9 3/14 3/21

Opponent S at Saint Francis at Loyola (Md.) Fairfield at Morgan State Stony Brook at NJIT at Mount St. Mary’s UMBC Howard Jacksonville at Dayton Flyers at Maryland at Georgetown at Brown at Columbia at Lehigh * at Bucknell * Colgate * at Army * Holy Cross * Navy * at Lafayette * at Holy Cross * Lehigh * Bucknell * at Colgate * Army * at Navy * Lafayette * Holy Cross Army Colgate vs Tennessee

FG

0-1

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

0-0 0-0 0-0

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP ------ DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP -----0-1 0-0 0/1/1 0 0 ------ DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP -----0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 1-2 0-0 0/0/0 0 3 1-1 0-0 0/2/2 0 3 0-0 0-0 0/1/1 0 0 0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----0-1 0-0 1/0/1 0 2 0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 1-1 0-0 1/1/2 0 3 ------ DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP -----0-0 0-0 0/0/0 1 0 ------ DNP -----0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0

2008-09 Game-by-Game

A TO B S

M

0

0

0 0

5

1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

7 3 2 7 3 2

1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

2 1 1 7

0

0

0 0

2

0

0

0 0

1

0

0

0 0

1

Date 11/14 11/17 11/19 11/22 11/25 11/29 12/1 12/6 12/17 12/20 12/22 12/29 1/2 1/5 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28 3/4 3/8 3/13 3/19

Opponent S at Oklahoma St. Francis at Howard at Jacksonville at Stony Brook at Fairfield Mount St. Mary’s at Georgetown at GW at UMBC at Maryland at Manhattan Brown Columbia Lehigh * Bucknell * at Colgate * at Holy Cross * at Navy * Lafayette * Army * at Lehigh * at Bucknell * Colgate * at Army * Holy Cross * Navy * at Lafayette * Lafayette Army Holy Cross vs. Villanova

FG 2-5 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0

3P 1-3 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 0-1 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

0-0 0-1 0-0

0-0 0-1 0-0

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT-A O/D/T PF TP 0-0 0/1/1 0 5 0-0 0/3/3 1 0 0-0 0/1/1 0 0 0-0 0/0/0 0 2 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 0-0 1/0/1 1 2 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP ----------- DNP -----0-0 0/1/1 0 0 1-2 0/0/0 0 1 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----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 1 0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----0-0 1/0/1 0 0 0-0 0/1/1 1 0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----0-0 1/0/1 0 0 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 1-2 1/0/1 2 1 0-0 0/0/0 1 0 0-0 0/0/0 1 0

A 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1

0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

M 15 15 2 2 1 3 0+ 0

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 6

0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0+ 2 5 9 0

0 0 0

2 3 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

7 6 0+

2 1 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0

11 1 6 5 1

0 0 0 0 0

2009-10 Game-by-Game Date 11/13 11/16 11/18 11/21 11/23 11/25 11/28 12/1 12/5 12/16 12/19 12/21 12/28 1/2 1/4 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/27 3/3 3/7

Opponent at St. Francis Albany Mt. St. Mary’s Florida Atlantic Fairfield Manhattan at UMES Howard at Georgetown at DePaul UMBC at Penn State at Florida at Brown at Columbia at Lehigh * at Bucknell * Colgate * at Army * Holy Cross * Navy * at Lafayette * Lehigh * Bucknell * at Colgate * Army * at Holy Cross * at Navy * Lafayette * Navy at Lehigh

S * * * * * * *

FG 1-5 1-6 0-2 0-2 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-0

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

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

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

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

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

FT-A O/D/T PF TP 2-2 0/3/3 2 5 2-2 0/1/1 4 4 0-0 0/1/1 3 0 0-0 0/2/2 1 0 0-0 0/2/2 0 3 0-0 0/2/2 2 0 0-0 0/0/0 1 3 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----0-0 0/0/0 1 0 0-0 00/0/0 0 0 0-0 1/2/3 0 2 0-0 0/0/0 0 0 ------ DNP -----0-0 0/1/1 0 0 0-0 0/2/2 1 2 0-0 0/2/2 3 2 7-7 0/0/0 1 18 0-0 1/1/2 1 8 0-0 0/0/0 4 0 0-0 0/3/3 0 3 2-2 0/0/0 1 4 0-0 1/1/2 1 0 2-2 2/1/3 1 2 1-2 0/2/2 5 3 0-0 0/1/1 0 0 0-0 0/2/2 3 5 0-0 0/3/3 2 2 0-0 0/1/1 0 6 0-0 0/5/5 1 0 0-0 0/1/1 2 14

A 0 2 3 0 1 1 0 0

TO 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1

M 22 24 24 14 20 8 12 4

2 2 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0

7 10 8 3

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

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

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

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

9 6 17 23 25 9 22 8 19 17 26 16 33 35 27 33 26

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American University Men’s Basketball vlad MOLDOVEANU, #14 Senior • Forward • 6-9 • 215 Bucharest, Romania • St. John’s College International Media 2009-10 (Junior): First Team All-Patriot All Patriot League selection … led the team with 18.1 ppg and ranked second on the team with 6.5 rpg after missing the first nine games due to NCAA transfer regulations … ranked third in the Patriot League in both oth scoring and rebounding during conference nference play with 20.4 ppg and 7.5 rpg … led the team in scoring ng 14 times and recorded d three double-doubles … scored 26 points with nine rebounds and six assists against Lafayette (2/27/10) … registered a season-high three steals while e scoring 19 points and nd grabbing nine reboundss at Navy (2/24/10) … recorded 30 orded points on 7-of-15 shooting ting from the field and 14-of-16 shooting oting from the line and grabbed 10 rebounds at Colgate (2/13/10) … scored ored a careerhigh 37 points shooting 10-of-17 from the floor, 3-of-6 from three, and 14of-15 from the line with h nine rebounds against Navy (1/27/10) … pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds ds with 19 points at Bucknell (1/13/10) … scored 26 points with eight rebounds and fourr assists in his American debut on 8-of-15 shooting oting from the floor and 5-of-10 shooting from beyond the arc at DePaul (12/16/09).

two seasons at George Mason ... averaged 2.3 points and 2.1 rebounds in seven appearances as a sophomore ... shot appeara .353 from the floor and .375 from fro three ... played in 30 games a freshman with four starts, averaging 2.3 points and 2.1 rebounds ... scored a career-high career-hi 11 points against nationally ranked Kansas State ... scored six points with five rebounds and one assist against Drexel Drexe ... recorded seven points on 3-of-3 shooting against North Carolina-Wilmington ... tallied 10 points and three rebounds at Towson. College (D.C) - Paul DeStefano. Played For: St. John’s Colleg Named All-Met by the Washington St. John’s College: Nam Post as a senior and was selected to play in the Capital eight rebounds and two Classic ... averaged 16 points, p blocks and was named captain in his senior season Glaxo-Smith All-Tournament Team ... named to the Glax and six rebounds per game as ... tallied 11 points a a junior. Son of Carmen Tocala and Personal: So Branisteanu ... both parents played Petre Branist basketball for fo the Romanian national team ... carried a 3.6 GPA as a senior in high school and an was named to the honor each quarter ... majoring in roll e international media. inte

International: Led the Romanian national team in scoring during the 2009 FIBA EuroBasket Qualifying Tournament, averaging 18.3 points and nd 8.5 rebounds ... averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds during g the 2008 European Championship ... helped his U18 national tional team to the 2006 European Championship and was named MVP ... four-time Romanian Club National Champion on ... three-time Romanian National Championship Most Outstanding tstanding Player. Before American: Transferred ansferred to American after playing Year GP GS Min Avg 2009-10 22 20 713 32.4 TOTAL 22 20 713 32.4

44

T Total t l FG FGA Pct 126 279 .452 126 279 .452

3-point 3 i t FG FGA Pct 48 124 .387 48 124 .387

FT 99 99

FTA Pct 124 .798 124 .798

Rebounds R b d Off Def Tot Avg 35 108 143 6.5 35 108 143 6.5

PF 72 72

FO Ast 2 45 2 45

TO Blk 53 8 53 8

Stl 15 15

Pts Avg 399 18.1 399 18.1

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball 2009-10 Game-by-Game Date Opponent

S FG

11/13 at St. Francis

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S ------ DNP ------

11/16 Albany

------ DNP ------

11/18 Mt. St. Mary’s

------ DNP ------

11/21 Florida Atlantic

------ DNP ------

11/23 Fairfield

------ DNP ------

11/25 Manhattan

------ DNP ------

11/28 at UMES

------ DNP ------

12/1 Howard

------ DNP ------

12/5 at Georgetown 12/16 at DePaul 12/19 UMBC

M

------ DNP -----8-15 5-10 5-6 1/7/8 3

26 4

2

0 1

28 17

5-11 2-7 2-2 1/2/3 4

14 1

2

1 0

12/21 at Penn State

* 5-14 3-6 4-5 0/3/3 3

17 3

2

0 1

35

12/28 at Florida

* 5-9

4-6 0-0 0/2/2 4

14 4

2

1 0

20 29

1/2

at Brown

* 6-12 2-4 1-3 2/0/2 5

15 2

3

1 0

1/4

at Columbia

* 6-16 2-8 4-6 1/5/6 3

18 2

1

0 1

36

1/9

at Lehigh *

* 9-18 1-6 5-7 4/7/11 3

24 0

1

1 0

35

1/13 at Bucknell *

* 6-16 4-9 3-4 4/9/13 3

19 2

4

0 1

41

1/16 Colgate *

* 6-9

3-5 1-1 2/5/7 5

16 2

1

0 0

23

1/20 at Army *

* 9-16 2-5 2-4 2/2/4 2

22 1

3

0 0

35

1/23 Holy Cross *

* 6-13 1-3 7-9 1/7/8 2

20 5

1

1 1

40-

1/27 Navy *

* 10-17 3-6 14-15 0/9/9 2

37 1

4

0 0

36

1/30 at Lafayette *

* 7-12 2-6 5-6 0/6/6 3

21 1

2

0 1

31

2/6

Lehigh *

* 8-15 4-8 4-5 2/4/6 3

24 0

1

1 0

36

2/11

Bucknell *

* 1-7

2

1

3

0 0

25

2/13 at Colgate *

* 7-15 2-6 14-16 2/8/10 3

30 0

2

0 0

47

2/17 Army *

* 7-12 4-6 0-0 1/4/5 4

18 1

5

0 0

36

7

3

1 1

34

2/21 at Holy Cross * * 2-9

0-3 0-0 2/3/5 4

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

1

2/24 at Navy *

* 4-15 1-6 10-11 2/7/9 4

19 5

3

1 3

43

2/27 Lafayette *

* 6-11 3-5 11-13 3/6/9 3

26 6

3

0 2

33

3/3

Navy

* 2-13 0-3 4-7 3/5/8 1

8

2

4

0 2

34

3/7

at Lehigh

* 1-4

2

1

1

0 1

19

0-1 0-0 1/5/6 4

Moldoveanu’s Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High Points................................................37 vs. Navy (1/27/10) Rebounds .................................... 13 at Bucknell (1/13/10) FG Made.......................................... 10 vs. Navy (1/27/10) FG Atts...............................................18 at Lehigh (1/9/10) 3 FG Made..................................... 5 at DePaul (12/16/09) 3 FG Atts...................................... 10 at DePaul (12/16/09) FT Made .......................14 twice, last at Colgate (2/13/10) FT Atts ...........................................16 at Colgate (2/13/10) Assists .........................................6 vs. Lafayette (2/27/10) Blocks ........................1 eight times, last at Navy (2/24/10) Steals...................................................3 at Navy (2/24/10) Minutes ..........................................47 at Colgate (2/13/10)

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball troy BREWER, #3 Junior • Guard • 6-5 • 175 Gaithersburg, Md. • Montrose Christian Business Administration

2009-10 (Redshirt Year): Did not compete due to NCAA transfer regulations. ations. Before American: Transfered to American after playing two seasons ns at the University of Georgia ... will sit outt the 2009-10 season due to NCAA transfer er rules and will be eligible to participate e at the beginning of the 2010-11 season on ... averaged 2.1 points in 21 appearances earances as a sophomore … scored red a careerhigh 15 points against st Kennesaw State with three rebounds bounds and two assists … tallied llied eight points against Mississippi and picked up a career-best areer-best four rebounds … helped Georgia to the 2008 008 SEC Tournament Championship mpionship and NCAA Tournament ent berth as a freshman … scored a season-high 12 points oints on 4-of-6 shooting from m behind the arc … recorded d eight points against both Augusta ugusta State and Presbyterian. ian. Played For: Montrose ntrose Christian - Stu Vetter. r.

Helped his team to a 21-3 record Montrose Christian: Helpe and final national ranking of o 21 as senior … averaged 15.1 points and 5.3 rebounds in his senior season … served season … was named the 2007 as team captain for final seaso scoring 13 points and won the Capital Classic MVP after scor 26 points against Oak three-point shooting contest … scored s in the national top-25 Hill Academy … Mustangs were ranked r all four years he was a member of the team and began the 2006 season ranked #1. and Tony Brewer … has one Personal: Son of Sandra an sister, Tonia … father played basketball at Tennessee high school and was named State … carried a 3.5 GPA in h the h honor rollll allll ffour years ... majoring in business tto th administration.

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2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball charles HINKLE, #23 Junior • Guard • 6-5 • 210 Los Alamitos, Calif. • Hebron Academy (Maine) College of Arts and Sciences

Before American: Transfered to American after playing two seasons at Vanderbilt University ... averaged 1.4 points in 10 appearances as a sophomore ... tallied 2.0 ppg in 25 appearances as a freshman ... scored a career-high seven points against St. Francis (Pa.) as a freshman ... also netted five points against Alabama in the SEC Tournament during his freshman campaign. Played For: Hebron Academy, Los Alamitos High School Hebron Academy: Averaged 16.3 ppg, 5.9 rpg and 2.1 apg in his only season at Hebron Academy. Los Alamitos High School: Averaged 10.0 ppg and 5.0 rpg as a senior ... helped guide the Griffins to a 29-5 overall record as a senior, earning the school’s first sectional championship ... also helped Los Alamitos to the California state semifinals in his senior season ... two-time All-Sunset League selection.

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball riley GRAFFT, #13 Junior • Forward • 6-11 • 200 Janesville, Wiss. • Janesville-Parker High School Business Administration

2009-10 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 31 games, starting 16 … averaged 5.6 points and 3.6 rebounds per game … shot 47.7 percentt from the field and 71.1% from the line … notched six points oints and seven rebounds against gainst Bucknell (2/11/10) … scored eight points with two o threepointers in a career-high 37 minutes at Georgetown (12/5/09) ... tallied allied nine points with six rebounds and a career-high two steals at UMES (11/28/09)) ... recorded his first career double-double e with 15 points and a career-high 12 rebounds bounds against Manhattan (11/25/09) ... dished out a career-high four assists with six points, five rebounds and one block against Fairfield (11/23/09) ... recorded orded a careerhigh 17 points on 8-of-15 shooting with five rebounds and one block against Mount St. Mary’s (11/18/09) 09) ... scored 14 points on 7-of-10 shooting oting with six rebounds in his first career er start at St. Francis (Pa.) (11/13/09).

All-Big-8 as a a senior ... two-time basketball MVP... named captain as a senior and recorded 17 was name points, 12 rebounds, and 3 blocks per game ... placed third in the high jump as a junior at the State Championships and fifth as a senior. Champions

2008-09 (Freshman): Appeared in seven games ... pulled down one rebound vs. Brown (1/2/09) 9) ... scored two points in first collegiate e game vs. St. Francis (11/17/08).

Personal: Son of Heidi and Jim Grafft ... has two brothers, Jay and Charlie, and a sister, Britten ... J carried a 3.79 grade point average in high school ... 3 majoring in business administration.

Played For: Janesville-Parker arker High School - Jim Lemire. Janesville-Paker High School: Earned eight varsity letters, rs, two football, three basketball, three track ... was named First Team Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

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GP 7 31 38

GS 0 16 16

Min 7 596 603

Avg 1.0 19.2 15.9

Total FG 1 71 72

FGA 1 149 150

Pct 1.000 .477 .480

3-point FG FGA 0 0 5 20 5 20

Pct .000 .250 .250

FT 0 27 27

FTA 0 38 38

Pct .000 .711 .711

Rebounds Off Def 0 1 39 73 39 74

Tot 1 112 113

Avg 0.1 3.6 3.0

PF 1 62 63

FO 0 1 1

Ast 0 21 21

TO 0 46 46

Blk 0 14 14

Stl 0 10 10

Pts 2 174 176

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Avg 0.3 5.6 4.6


American University Men’s Basketball 2008-09 Game-by-Game Date Opponent

S FG

11/17 St. Francis 1/2

Brown

2009-10 Game-by-Game

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M

Date Opponent

1-1

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

2

0

0

0 0

1

11/13 at St. Francis

* 7-10 0-0 0-0 3/3/6 1

14 1

2

0 1

30

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/1/1 1

0

0

0

0 0

1

11/16 Albany

* 3-6

6

2

1 0

25

1/17 at Colgate *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

2

11/18 Mt. St. Mary’s

* 8-15 1-1 0-0 2/3/5 2

1/24 at Holy Cross *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

0+

11/21 Florida Atlantic * 0-1

2/4

Army *

S FG

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S 0-0 0-0 1/4/5 1 0-0 0-0 0/2/2 1

1

M

17 0

0

1 0

30

0

0

1

1 0

14

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

11/23 Fairfield

* 3-8

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

6

4

4

1 0

22

2/14 Colgate *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

11/25 Manhattan

* 4-9

0-0 7-8 3/9/12 1

15 1

5

1 0

29

2/18 at Army *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

11/28 at UMES

* 3-10 0-2 3-4 3/3/6 1

9

1

3

0 2

29

12/1 Howard

* 5-7

0-1 3-5 1/5/6 5

13 1

3

1 0

30

12/5 at Georgetown * 3-7

2-4 0-0 2/2/4 4

8

2

1

0 0

37

12/16 at DePaul

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

2

1

1

0 0

25

* 1-4

12/19 UMBC

* 5-10 0-1 4-6 8/1/9 2

14 1

3

0 1

30

12/21 at Penn State

* 2-6

0-1 0-0 2/1/3 4

4

2

0

1 0

23

12/28 at Florida

* 2-3

0-0 3-4 0/4/4 4

7

0

2

1 2

24

1/2

at Brown

* 2-4

0-0 2-2 0/2/2 3

6

0

1

0 1

18

1/4

at Columbia

* 2-2

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

6

0

0

1 0

16

1/9

at Lehigh *

* 0-1

0-0 0-0 0/2/2 4

0

0

2

1 0

9

1/13 at Bucknell *

3-5

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

6

0

1

0 0

19

1/16 Colgate *

1-2

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

5

0

2

1 0

16

1/20 at Army *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/1/1 1

0

0

1

0 0

6

1/23 Holy Cross *

0-2

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

1

0 1

6

1/27 Navy *

4-4

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 2

8

1

3

0 0

12

1/30 at Lafayette *

1-3

0-0 0-0 2/1/3 4

2

0

0

0 0

15

2/6

Lehigh *

2-4

0-2 0-0 0/3/3 2

4

0

1

0 0

21

2/11

Bucknell *

3-7

0-1 0-2 2/5/7 3

6

0

0

0 0

24

2/13 at Colgate *

2-4

1-1 0-0 0/0/0 0

5

0

1

0 0

11

2/17 Army *

0-1

0-0 0-0 0/3/3 2

0

0

1

0 0

10

2/21 at Holy Cross *

1-1

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

2

0

1

1 0

11

2/24 at Navy *

2-4

0-1 0-0 0/3/3 1

4

0

1

0 0

11

2/27 Lafayette *

1-4

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

3

2

0

1 0

17

3/3

Navy

1-2

0-0 0-0 0/2/2 2

2

1

1

0 1

13

3/7

at Lehigh

0-3

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

0

2

2

1 1

13

Grafft’s Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High Points................................ 17 vs. Mt. St. Marys (11/18/09) Rebounds ..............................12 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) FG Made............................. 8 vs. Mt. St. Marys (11/18/09) FG Atts.............................. 15 vs. Mt. St. Marys (11/18/09) 3 FG Made............................. 2 at Georgetown (12/05/09) 3 FG Atts................................ 4 at Georgetown (12/05/09) FT Made ..................................7 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) FT Atts ....................................8 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) Assists .....................................4 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) Blocks ..................1 fourteen times, last at Lehigh (3/7/10) Steals............................. 2 twice, last at Florida (12/28/09) Minutes ................................ 37 at Georgetwon (12/05/09)

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball joe HILL, #25 Junior • Guard • 6-2 • 190 Plymouth Meeting, PA. • Germantown Academy College of Arts & Sciences

2009-10 (Sophomore): Played ed in 21 games, starting three … shot ot 35.9 percent from three-point range ge … scored the game-tying basket et as time expired in the first overtime me of American’s 80-77 double-overtime rtime victory at Navy (2/24/10) … matched tched his career-high with 12 points on 4-of10 shooting from three against st Army (2/17/10) ... blocked two shotss against Bucknell (2/11/10) ... recorded d careerhighs in nearly every statisticall category with 12 points, four rebounds and two steals in his first career start against Lehigh (2/6/10) ... netted nine points oints on 3-of-5 shooting from beyond the arc and added a career-best four assists at Lafayette (1/30/10) ... scored red six points on 2-of-5 shooting with a careerhigh three rebounds againstt Holy Cross (1/23/10) … scored six points and dished out one assist at Florida (12/28/09). 2008-09 (Freshman): Appeared eared in nine games ... scored hiss first collegiate three-pointer against gainst Lafayette (3/4/09) ... grabbed d one rebound at Army (2/18/09) and d one against Army (2/4/09).

Championship as a junior and senior ... averaged 14 rebounds per game as a senior. points, 6 assists and 3 rebound Personal: Son of Joan and Joe Jo Hill ... has one sister, Rachelle ... carried a 3.7 grade grad point average in high Sciences. school ... majoring in Arts & Scie

Played For: Germantown Academy emy Jim Fenerty. Germantown Academy: Earned arned eight varsity letters, four basketball, etball, four track and field ... named captain tain of basketball team as a senior ... named med Honorable Mention Southeastern stern Pennsylvania by the Philadelphia phia Inquirer, First Team All-Inter-Ac r-Ac and won the Philadelphia Inter-Ac r-Ac Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 9 21 30

50

GS 0 3 3

Min 5 251 256

Avg 0.6 12.0 8.5

Total FG 1 24 25

FGA 3 70 73

Pct .333 .343 .342

3-point FG FGA 1 3 23 64 24 67

Pct .333 .359 .358

FT 0 0 0

FTA 0 0 0

Pct .000 .000 .000

Rebounds Off Def 1 1 5 12 6 13

Tot 2 17 19

Avg 0.2 0.8 0.6

PF 2 30 32

FO 0 0 0

Ast 0 13 13

TO 0 9 9

Blk 0 2 2

Stl 0 2 2

Pts Avg 3 0.3 71 3.4 74 2.5

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball 2008-09 Game-by-Game Date Opponent

S FG

2009-10 Game-by-Game

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M

Date Opponent

S FG

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

12/6 at Georgetown

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

0+

11/13 at St. Francis

------ DNP ------

1/2

Brown

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

11/16 Albany

------ DNP ------

1/17 at Colgate *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

11/18 Mt. St. Mary’s

------ DNP ------

1/24 at Holy Cross *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

0+

11/21 Florida Atlantic

------ DNP ------

2/4

0-1

0-1 0-0 1/0/1 0

0

0

0

0 0

2

11/23 Fairfield

------ DNP ------

2/14 Colgate *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

11/25 Manhattan

------ DNP ------

2/18 at Army *

0-1

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

0

0

0

0 0

0

11/28 at UMES

------ DNP ------

3/4

Army *

Lafayette

3/13 Holy Cross

1-1

1-1 0-0 0/0/0 0

3

0

0

0 0

0+

12/1 Howard

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

0+

12/5 at Georgetown

M

------ DNP -----1-1

12/16 at DePaul

1-1 0-0 0/0/0 0

3

0

0

0 0

2

------ DNP ------

12/19 UMBC

------ DNP ------

12/21 at Penn State

1-1

1-1 0-0 0/0/0 0

3

0

0

0 0

1

12/28 at Florida

2-5

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

6

1

0

0 0

12

1/2

at Brown

2-3

2-3 0-0 0/0/0 3

6

0

0

0 0

10

1/4

at Columbia

0-3

0-3 0-0 1/0/1 3

0

0

0

0 0

15

1/9

at Lehigh *

1-1

1-1 0-0 0/0/0 1

3

1

0

0 0

13

1/13 at Bucknell *

1-4

1-3 0-0 0/0/0 1

3

0

0

0 0

9

1/16 Colgate *

1-4

1-4 0-0 0/0/0 3

3

1

2

0 0

20

1/20 at Army *

0-1

0-1 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

7

1/23 Holy Cross *

2-5

2-4 0-0 1/2/3 2

6

0

0

0 0

15

1/27 Navy *

0-1

0-0 0-0 0/2/2 0

0

1

3

0 0

20

1/30 at Lafayette *

3-5

3-5 0-0 0/1/1 1

9

4

0

0 0

22

2/6

Lehigh *

* 4-15 4-15 0-0 1/3/4 3

12 3

2

0 2

33

2/11

Bucknell *

* 0-2

0-1 0-0 0/0/0 3

0

0

0

2 0

13

2/13 at Colgate *

0-1

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

0

2/17 Army *

4-10 4-10 0-0 1/2/3 2

0

0

0 0

9

12 1

1

0 0

19

2/21 at Holy Cross * * 1-3

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

3

1

1

0 0

8

2/24 at Navy *

1-3

0-2 0-0 0/0/0 0

2

0

0

0 0

8

2/27 Lafayette *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 1

0

0

0

0 0

1

3/3

Navy

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 1

0

0

0

0 0

4

3/7

at Lehigh

0-2

0-1 0-0 0/1/1 0

0

0

0

0 0

10

Hill’s Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High Points.............................. 12 twice, last vs. Army (2/17/10) Rebounds ........................................4 vs. Lehigh (2/16/10) FG Made........................... 4 twice, last vs. Army (2/17/10) FG Atts.............................................15 vs. Lehigh (2/6/10) 3 FG Made........................ 4 twice, last vs. Army (2/17/10) 3 FG Atts........................................15 vs. Lehigh (2/16/10) FT Made .......................................................................N/A FT Atts ..........................................................................N/A Assists .......................................... 4 at Lafayette (1/30/10) Blocks ........................................... 2 vs. Bucknell (2/11/10) Steals.................................................2 vs. Lehigh (2/6/10) Minutes ............................................33 vs. Lehigh (2/6/10)

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball stephen LUMPKINS, #32 Junior • Forward • 6-8 • 225 Redwood City, CA. • Junipero Serra High School Business Administration a career-high eight rebounds, rebounds including three offensive, at points on 3-of-5 shooting Colgate (1/17/09) ... scored eight e vs. Brown (1/2/09) ... blocked blocke a season-high three shots and grabbed three rebounds rebound vs. Brown (1/2/09) ... netted six points while tallying six rebounds, one assist and two ... scored four points and steals at Maryland (12/22/08) (12/22 recorded two rebounds in 11 minutes of play at Oklahoma (11/14/08).

2009-10 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 31 games, mes, starting 26 … ranked ninth th in the Patriot League in scoring g with 13.0 ppg and second in rebounding unding with 8.5 rpg … recorded 48 blocked shots, the second-highest single-season total in school history, and ranks seventh all-time with 68 career blocks cks … scored in double-digits 24 times and led the team in scoring nine times … notched hed eight doubledoubles while leading the team eam in rebounding 22 times … recorded three ee straight doubledoubles from February 24 – March 3, averaging 24.6 ppg and 12.6 rpg while shooting 72.5 percent from the field … scored a career-high reer-high 29 points on 10-of-16 shooting from the floor with a career-best 15 rebounds against Navy (3/3/10) in the Patriot League Tournament Quarterfi erfinals … recorded a then career-high 24 points on n 11-of-13 shooting with 12 rebounds against Lafayette tte (2/27/10) … tallied 17 points and 15 rebounds against ainst Holy Cross (1/23/10) … notched 13 points, 11 rebounds, ebounds, three assists and three steals at Brown (1/2/10) … scored 23 points on 9-of-14 shooting ng and grabbed nine rebounds against Florida rida Atlantic (11/21/09) … recorded 17 points and 12 rebounds against Mount unt St. Mary’s (11/18/09).

Played For: Junipero Serra High School - Chuck Rapp. High School: Earned four varsity Junipero Serra Hi basketball, two baseball ... named letters, two baske and senior year ... twobasketball MVP junior j time San Mateo County Player of the Year, Allleague leading scorer ... also named WCAL and leagu All-Metro and San Sa Francisco Examiner Player of senior ... averaged 22 points, 11 the Year as a se rrebounds and 3 blocks per game as a senior ... senior year. named team captain cap Personal: Son of Sue and Larry Lumpkins... has a brother, Adam, and sister, Allison, ... father played basketball at Northwestern drafted in the 2010 MLB Draft ... University ... d administration. majoring in business bu

2008-09 (Freshman): Averaged veraged 3.4 points and 2.6 rebounds nds while appearing in all 32 games forr the Eagles ... shot .463 from the field and d recorded 20 blocked shots ... tallied four ur rebounds, two points and one assist againstt Villanova (3/19/09) in the NCAA Tournament ... recorded seven points, six rebounds, two blocks cks and one steal at Lafayette (2/28/09) ... scored red six points and added three rebounds and one block against Holy Cross (2/21/09) ... recorded corded five points and one rebound at Lehigh (2/7/09) ... scored a career-high 10 points on 3-of-5 shooting from the floor and pulled down Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

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GP 32 31 63

GS 0 26 26

Min Avg 345 10.8 926 29.9 1271 20.2

Total FG 38 157 195

FGA 82 305 387

Pct .463 .515 .504

3-point FG FGA 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 32 89 121

FTA 61 156 217

Pct .525 .571 .558

Rebounds Off Def 27 56 70 195 97 251

Tot 83 265 348

Avg 2.6 8.5 5.5

PF 55 86 141

FO 0 1 1

Ast 8 39 47

TO 11 42 53

Blk 20 48 68

Stl 10 15 25

Pts 108 403 511

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Avg 3.4 13.0 8.1


American University Men’s Basketball 2009-10 Game-by-Game

2008-09 Game-by-Game Date Opponent

S FG

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M

Date Opponent

S FG

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M

11/14 at Oklahoma

2-5

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

4

0

1

0 0

11

11/13 at St. Francis

* 2-9

0-0 6-7 2/6/8 4

10 2

2

0 0

27

11/17 St. Francis

2-4

0-0 1-3 0/3/3 3

5

0

1

2 0

12

11/16 Albany

* 6-12 0-0 0-0 1/6/7 2

12 2

0

1 1

31

11/19 at Howard

3-5

0-0 2-4 2/1/3 4

8

0

2

0 1

20

11/18 Mt. St. Mary’s

* 7-15 0-0 3-4 3/9/12 3

17 0

1

2 1

26

11/22 at Jacksonville

3-5

0-0 0-0 3/2/5 2

6

0

0

0 1

16

11/21 Florida Atlantic * 9-14 0-0 5-14 2/7/9 2

23 1

1

0 0

36

11/25 at Stony Brook

0-0

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

1

1

1

0 0

10

11/23 Fairfield

* 5-15 0-0 4-8 3/6/9 3

14 1

1

2 1

35

11/29 at Fairfield

2-4

0-0 0-0 0/3/3 3

4

1

0

0 0

13

11/25 Manhattan

* 3-7

8

0

2

3 0

24

12/1 Mount St. Mary’s

1-2

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

4

0

0

0 0

4

11/28 at UMES

15 1

0

3 0

29

12/6 at Georgetown

3-6

0-0 0-1 3/0/3 0

6

1

0

1 1

9

12/1 Howard

12 0

1

3 1

24

12/17 at GW

0-1

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

6

12/5 at Georgetown * 1-17 0-0 0-1 1/3/4 2

2

0

1

2 1

30

12/20 at UMBC

0-0

0-0 0-0 1/0/1 1

0

0

0

0 0

2

12/16 at DePaul

8

0

0

2 0

29

12/22 at Maryland

3-7

0-0 0-2 1/5/6 2

6

1

1

1 2

13

12/19 UMBC

* 2-7

7

12/29 at Manhattan

0-0

0-0 0-2 0/2/2 3

0

0

1

1 0

8

12/21 at Penn State

* 5-11 0-0 0-1 4/5/9 3

0-0 2-7 0/5/5 1

6-11 0-0 3-5 1/8/9 5 * 4-8

0-0 4-6 2/7/9 3

* 3-10 0-0 2-4 4/10/14 3 0-0 3-4 3/7/10 2 0-0 3-4 1/4/5 4

1

1

4 1

32

10 1

1

1 0

30

5

2

1

2 0

26

13 3

2

1 3

31

1/2

Brown

3-5

0-0 2-2 0/3/3 2

8

0

0

3 0

16

12/28 at Florida

1-5

1/5

Columbia

0-2

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 1

0

0

0

0 0

6

1/2

at Brown

6-14 0-0 1-3 6/5/11 3

1/10 Lehigh *

1-4

0-0 3-6 2/0/2 2

5

0

1

1 0

9

1/4

at Columbia

5-7

0-0 1-5 2/2/4 2

11 0

3

0 0

28

1/14 Bucknell *

0-3

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

0

0

0

0 0

5

1/9

at Lehigh *

6-11 0-0 2-3 2/4/6 3

14 0

0

2 0

26

1/17 at Colgate *

3-5

0-0 4-6 3/5/8 3

10 0

0

1 0

22

1/13 at Bucknell *

* 4-7

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

10 0

0

0 0

30

1/24 at Holy Cross *

0-1

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 1

0

0

0

0 1

2

1/16 Colgate *

* 7-11 0-0 5-7 0/5/5 3

19 2

1

4 0

36

1/28 at Navy *

0-1

0-0 0-0 0/1/1 0

0

0

0

0 0

3

1/20 at Army *

* 2-5

7

2

2

1 0

32

1/31 Lafayette *

0-0

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

1

1

0

0 0

11

1/23 Holy Cross *

* 7-10 0-0 3-8 3/12/15 3

17 3

0

2 0

34

0-0 3-4 1/6/7 1

2/4

Army *

1-2

0-0 2-2 0/5/5 1

4

0

0

2 0

15

1/27 Navy *

* 6-11 0-0 2-3 2/4/6 3

14 1

2

0 1

23

2/7

at Lehigh *

2-2

0-0 1-1 1/0/1 4

5

0

0

0 0

5

1/30 at Lafayette *

* 6-8

0-0 1-1 1/7/8 3

13 5

2

1 1

28

2/11

at Bucknell *

2/14 Colgate *

1-2

0-0 0-0 0/3/3 1

2

0

0

1 0

8

2/6

Lehigh *

* 2-3

0-0 0-0 1/5/6 2

4

0

0

3 0

20

1-2

0-0 2-4 1/1/2 4

4

0

0

1 0

14

2/11

Bucknell *

* 4-7

0-0 3-5 3/5/8 4

11 1

2

0 1

25 42

2/18 at Army *

1-2

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

3

1

3

1 0

18

2/13 at Colgate *

* 4-7

0-0 3-6 2/10/12 3

11 3

1

2 2

2/21 Holy Cross *

2-3

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

6

0

0

1 0

16

2/17 Army *

* 4-7

0-0 3-6 3/8/11 1

11 0

3

1 0

32

2/25 Navy *

1-1

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

2

0

0

0 0

4

2/21 at Holy Cross * * 5-7

0-0 6-8 2/5/7 1

16 2

1

1 0

31

2/28 at Lafayette *

1-2

0-0 5-10 2/4/6 2

7

0

0

2 1

18

2/24 at Navy *

* 8-11 0-0 5-7 2/9/11 4

21 3

5

2 1

39

3/4

Lafayette

1-3

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

2

0

0

1 2

18

2/27 Lafayette *

* 11-13 0-0 2-4 4/8/12 3

24 2

2

1 0

26

3/8

Army

0-0

0-0 0-1 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

3

3/3

Navy

* 10-16 0-0 9-15 7/8/15 3

29 1

2

1 0

32

3/13 Holy Cross

1-1

0-0 1-4 1/2/3 1

3

1

0

1 1

15

3/7

at Lehigh

* 6-9

15 0

2

1 0

32

3/19 vs. Villanova

0-2

0-0 2-2 0/4/4 2

2

1

0

0 0

13

0-0 3-4 1/8/9 4

Lumpkins’ Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High Points................................................. 29 vs. Navy (3/3/10) Rebounds ......................... 15 twice, last vs. Navy (3/3/10) FG Made....................................11 vs. Lafayette (2/27/10) FG Atts................................. 17 at Georgetown (12/05/09) 3 FG Made....................................................................N/A 3 FG Atts.......................................................................N/A FT Made .............................................. 9 vs. Navy (3/3/10) FT Atts ............................................... 15 vs. Navy (3/3/10) Assists .......................................... 5 at Lafayette (1/30/10) Blocks ........................... 4 twice, last vs. Colgate (1/17/10) Steals...................................................3 at Brown (1/2/10) Minutes ......................................... 42 at Colgate (2/13/10)

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball simon McCORMACK, #0 Junior• Guard • 6-4 • 185 New Castle, N.H. • Northfield Mt. Hermon School (Mass.) Business Administration 2009-10 (Sophomore): Started 24 of 31 games played and averaged 26.0 minutes … ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 5.9 ppg and third on the team in assists with 2.2 apg … scored a career-high 16 points on 5-of9 shooting from the he floor, 6-of-8 shooting from the line, and added d a career-best three steals at Navy (2/24/10)) ... matched his careerhigh of seven rebounds bounds and added eight points at Holy Cross oss (2/21/10) ... notched a career-best six assists and added six points against Army my (2/17/10) ... scored eight points on 4-of-7 of-7 shooting, matched his career-high with seven rebounds and added two assists ssists in 37 minutes at Bucknell (1/13/10)) ... matched his careerhigh with seven rebounds while scoring four points and dishing ishing out two assists at Brown (1/2/10) .... recorded three assists, four rebounds and two points in a career-high 33 minutes at DePaul ePaul (12/16/09) … made his first career-start art and tallied a careerhigh 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting with five rebounds and two assists against Howard (12/1/09) ... dished d out a career-high five assists while scoring ring seven points and grabbing seven rebounds against Florida Atlantic (11/21/09). 200809 (Freshman): Appeared in five games ... tallied two wo points against Colgate (2/14/09)) ... scored his first collegiate e basket at Colgate (1/17/09) and grabbed one rebound. 2008-09 (Freshman): eshman): Appeared in five games ... tallied two points ints against Colgate (2/14/09) ... scored his first collegiate basket at Colgate (1/17/09) 9) and grabbed one rebound.

Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

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GP 5 31 36

GS 0 24 24

Min 6 807 813

Avg 1.2 26.0 22.6

Total FG 1 70 71

Played For: Northfield Northfield Mount Hermon School (Mass.) - John Carroll. Northfield Mount Hermon School: Earned eight varsity three track … named named letters, five basketball, th sophomore and senior … averaged 12 basketball MVP as a sophom assists as a senior ... was points, seven rebounds and seven s named team captain senior year. y Varner and Tom McCormack … Personal: Son of Becky Va sister, Jess … majoring in business has a brother, Ben, and siste administration.

FGA 2 145 147

Pct .500 .483 .483

3-point FG FGA 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 2 43 45

FTA 2 62 64

Pct 1.000 .694 .703

Rebounds Off Def 0 1 43 83 43 84

Tot 1 126 127

Avg 0.2 4.1 3.5

PF 0 85 85

FO 0 2 2

Ast 0 68 68

TO 2 65 67

Blk 0 0 0

Stl 0 10 10

Pts 4 183 187

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Avg 0.8 5.9 5.2


American University Men’s Basketball 2009-10 Game-by-Game

2008-09 Game-by-Game Date Opponent

S FG

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M

Date Opponent

S FG

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M

1/2

Brown

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

1

0 0

1

11/13 at St. Francis

3-7

0-0 2-2 0/7/7 3

8

2

0

0 0

29

1/5

Columbia

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

0+

11/16 Albany

4-9

0-0 2-2 3/3/6 3

10 2

1

0 0

30

1/17 at Colgate *

1-1

0-0 0-0 0/1/1 0

2

0

0

0 0

2

11/18 Mt. St. Mary’s

1-5

0-0 2-4 2/2/4 3

4

1

1

0 1

22

2/4

0-1

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

11/21 Florida Atlantic

1-2

0-0 5-6 2/5/7 2

7

5

0

0 0

26

0-0

0-0 2-2 0/0/0 0

2

0

1

0 0

2

11/23 Fairfield

2-2

0-0 0-0 2/3/5 2

4

1

2

0 0

15

11/25 Manhattan

3-3

0-0 3-5 1/5/6 3

9

3

3

0 0

27

11/28 at UMES

4-5

0-0 2-3 2/4/6 2

10 1

4

0 0

30

Army *

2/14 Colgate *

12/1 Howard

* 4-7

0-0 3-4 3/2/5 4

11 2

2

0 0

22

12/5 at Georgetown * 2-3

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

4

1

3

0 0

24

12/16 at DePaul

0-0 0-0 2/2/4 1

2

3

3

0 0

33

* 1-6

12/19 UMBC

* 3-8

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

9

2

4

0 0

32

12/21 at Penn State

* 0-1

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 2

0

2

0

0 0

21

12/28 at Florida

* 0-0

0-0 0-0 0/1/1 1

0

1

2

0 1

13

1/2

at Brown

* 1-5

0-0 2-3 0/7/7 1

4

2

0

0 0

26

1/4

at Columbia

* 0-3

0-0 0-0 3/2/5 3

0

1

3

0 1

21

1/9

at Lehigh *

* 1-3

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

5

4

4

0 0

30

1/13 at Bucknell *

* 4-7

0-0 0-0 2/5/7 2

8

3

2

0 0

37

1/16 Colgate *

* 2-5

0-0 3-4 0/3/3 4

7

0

0

0 0

21

1/20 at Army *

* 0-3

0-0 3-4 2/2/4 1

3

1

6

0 1

31

1/23 Holy Cross *

* 4-4

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

10 2

3

0 0

24

1/27 Navy *

* 2-2

0-0 0-0 2/4/6 4

4

4

1

0 0

26

1/30 at Lafayette *

* 2-3

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

5

3

2

0 1

23

2/6

Lehigh *

* 3-3

0-0 0-0 0/2/2 3

6

3

3

0 0

27

2/11

Bucknell *

* 0-2

0-0 0-0 0/2/2 3

0

0

1

0 0

18

2/13 at Colgate *

* 4-7

0-0 1-2 0/4/4 4

9

5

1

0 0

42

2/17 Army *

* 3-7

0-0 0-0 1/3/4 1

6

6

3

0 0

36

2/21 at Holy Cross * * 4-9

0-0 0-0 5/2/7 3

8

0

3

0 1

30

2/24 at Navy *

* 5-9

0-0 6-8 1/3/4 5

16 1

2

0 3

36

2/27 Lafayette *

* 4-5

0-0 0-0 1/1/2 4

8

1

3

0 1

25

3/3

Navy

* 0-1

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 4

0

2

1

0 0

9

3/7

at Lehigh

* 3-9

0-0 0-0 1/2/3 4

6

4

2

0 0

21

McCormack’s Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High Points.................................................16 at Navy (2/24/10) Rebounds ...........7 five times, last at Holy Cross (2/21/10) FG Made..............................................5 at Navy (2/24/10) FG Atts........................9 four times, last at Lehigh (3/7/10) 3 FG Made....................................................................N/A 3 FG Atts.......................................................................N/A FT Made ..............................................6 at Navy (2/24/10) FT Atts .................................................8 at Navy (2/24/10) Assists ............................................... 6 vs. Army (2/17/10) Blocks ...........................................................................N/A Steals...................................................3 at Navy (2/24/10) Minutes ..........................................42 at Colgate (2/13/10)

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball mike BERSCH, #43 Sophomore • Forward • 6-6 • 205 Mt. Holly, N.J. • Rancocas Valley Regional High School Math County Player of the Year, All-State and All-South Jersey … C two-time team captain. tw Personal: Son of Michael and Vicki … has one brother, Kevin P … mother played basketball at Siena College … graduated high school with a 4.0 GPA … majoring in math. h 2009-10 (Freshman): Appeared in 12 games, starting one ne … made his first careerr start at UMES (11/28/09) and notched two rebounds, nds, three assists and one steal ... recorded season-highs ghs in nearly every statistical category with 16 points, seven rebounds, four three-pointers -pointers and two blocks against gainst Manhattan (11/25/09) ... tallied 10 points, one ne rebound and one blockk against Florida Atlantic (11/21/09) 1/21/09) ... scored 14 points while shooting 4-of-8 from m behind the arc and added d four rebounds, one assist and one block against Mount ount St. Mary’s (11/18/09) ... made his collegiate debut against Albany and d scored two points in 13 minutes (11/16/09)..

2009-10 Game-by-Game Date Opponent D 11/16 Albany 11

S FG 1-4

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M

0-3 0-0 0/0/0 0

13

2

0

0

0 0

11/18 Mt. St. Mary’s 11

5-10 4-8 0-0 1/3/4 3

14 1

2

1 0

22

11/21 Florida Atlantic 11

3-10 2-8 2-2 0/1/1 4

10 0

0

1 0

21

6

11/23 Fairfield 11

2-6

11/25 Manhattan 11

6-13 4-11 0-0 1/6/7 5

11/28 at UMES 11

2-5 0-0 0/0/0 1

2

0

0 0

19

16 0

3

2 0

23

* 0-5

0-3 0-0 0/2/2 2

0

3

1

0 1

23

12/1 Howard 12

0-2

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

0

0

3

0 1

12

12/5 at Georgetown 12

0-2

0-2 0-0 0/0/0 2

0

0

0

0 0

5

12/19 UMBC 12

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 1

0

0

0

0 0

4

12/28 at Florida 12

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/1/1 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

2/27 Lafayette * 2/

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

3/7 3/

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

0+

at Lehigh

Bersch’s Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High Points.....................................16 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) Rebounds ................................7 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09)

Played For: r: Rancocas Valley Regional gional - Jay Flanagan.

FG Made..................................6 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) FG Atts...................................13 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) 3 FG Made..............4 twice, last vs. Manhattan (11/25/09)

Rancocas Valley s Regional: Scored 1,158 career eer points with 204 three 4 pointers over four year career er … led his team to o the 2008 Group IV V State Championship ship … named Burlington rlington Year GP GS Min Avg 2009-10 12 1 144 12.0 TOTAL 12 1 144 12.0

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3 FG Atts................................11 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) FT Made ........................... 2 vs. Florida Atlantic (11/21/09) FT Atts .............................. 2 vs. Florida Atlantic (11/21/09) Assists .............................................. 3 at UMES (11/28/09) A Blocks ......................................2 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) Steals.............................. 1 twice, last vs. Howard (12/1/09) Minutes .......................... 23 twice, last at UMES (11/28/09) Total FG FGA Pct 17 52 .327 17 52 .327

3-point FG FGA Pct 12 42 .286 12 42 .286

FT 2 2

FTA Pct 2 1.000 2 1.000

Rebounds Off Def Tot Avg 2 13 15 1.3 2 13 15 1.3

PF 19 19

FO Ast 1 6 1 6

TO Blk 9 4 9 4

Stl 2 2

Pts Avg 48 4.0 48 4.0

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball jordan BORUCKI, #33 Sophomore • Guard • 6-3 • 180 Los Angeles, Calif. • Kent School (Connecticut) Business Administration 2009-10 (Freshman): Appeared in four games … grabbed one rebound at Lehigh (3/7/10) in the Patriot League Tournament Semifinals … made collegiate debut at Georgetown (12/5/09).

2009-10 Game-by-Game Date Opponent

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M

12/5 at Georgetown

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

0+

12/21 at Penn State

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

2/27 Lafayette *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

3/7

0-1

0-0 0-0 1/0/1 1

0

0

0

0 0

2

Played For: Kent School - Jason Coluombe; Venice High School - Josh Herscher. Kent School / Venice High School: Averaged 17 points, six rebounds and three assists per game at the Kent School where he was named All-New England Class B … named First Team All-Western League twice while playing for Venice High School … three-time team captain … recorded a tripledouble by scoring a career-high 42 points with 16 rebounds ebounds and 10 assists.

at Lehigh

S FG

Borucki’s Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High Points............................................................................N/A Points..... Rebounds ........................................... 1 at Lehigh (3/7/10) Made.......................................................................N/A FG Made Atts................................................ 1 at Lehigh (3/7/10) FG Atts... Made....................................................................N/A 3 FG Mad Atts.......................................................................N/A 3 FG Atts

Personal: Son of Grace Borucki … has one sister, Krysia … achieved a high school GPA of 3.4 and was named to the he honor roll every year … majoring in business administration.

FT Made .......................................................................N/A ..........................................................................N/A FT Atts ... ..........................................................................N/A Assists ... Blocks ...........................................................................N/A .... Steals........................................................................... N/A Steals..... 2 at Lehigh (3/7/10) Minutes ............................................... ..

GP GS Min Avgg Year 4 1.0 2009-10 4 0 4 1.0 TOTAL 4 0

Total FG FGA Pct 0 1 .000 0 1 .000

3-point FG FGA Pct 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

FT 0 0

FTA Pct 0 .000 0 .000

Re Rebounds Off Def Tot Avg Of 1 0 1 0.3 1 0 1 0.3

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

PF 1 1

FO Ast 0 0 0 0

TO Blk 0 0 0 0

Stl 0 0

Pts Avg 0 0.0 0 0.0

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American University Men’s Basketball daniel FISHER, #12 Sophomore • Forward • 6-7 • 220 Melbourne, Australia • Melbourne Grammar International Studies Personal: Son of Lisette and Greg Fisher … has one brother, Lewis … mother played hockey at Victorian Pharmacy College and father played cricket at Swinburne University … achieved a 3.5 high school GPA and was a member of the debate team and student newspaper … majoring in international studies.

2009-10 Game-by-Game 2009-10 (Freshman): Appeared in 14 games … dished out two assists against Navy (1/27/10) ... scored two points at Army (1/20/10) ... grabbed a career-high three rebounds and added one assist and one block at Lehigh (1/9/10) ... tallied three points with two rebounds at Florida (12/28/09) ... recorded two points and one rebound at Georgetown (12/5/09) ... scored two points with one rebound, two assists and one steal in his collegiate debut at St. Francis (Pa.) (11/13/09).

Date Opponent

S FG

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M 16

11/13 at St. Francis

1-1

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

2

2

0

0 1

11/16 Albany

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

12/5 at Georgetown

1-2

0-0 0-1 0/1/1 0

2

0

1

0 0

5

12/21 at Penn State

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

12/28 at Florida

1-1

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

3

0

0

0 0

8

1/9

0-0

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

0

1

0

1 0

10

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/1/1 1

0

0

2

0 0

4 3

at Lehigh *

1/16 Colgate * 1/20 at Army *

1-1

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 1

2

0

1

0 0

1/27 Navy *

0-1

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 3

0

2

0

0 0

6

1/30 at Lafayette *

0-2

0-0 0-0 1/0/1 1

0

0

1

0 0

4

2/6

Lehigh *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

2

2/11

Bucknell *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

2/27 Lafayette *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

3/7

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

1

0 0

2

Played For: Melbourne Grammar - Nick Abdicevic.

Lehigh

Fisher’s Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High

Melbourne Grammar: Won a bronze medal at the 2009 Australian National Championships as a member of the Victorian State U-20 Team … won a silver medal at the 2008 National School Boys Tournament and a bronze at the 2008 Pacific School Games … led his Melbourne Grammar team to the top of the Australian Private School rankings in 2008 for the first time in school history … also competed in water polo and swimming at Melbourne Grammar.

Points.............................................. 3 at Florida (12/28/09) Rebounds ........................................... 3 at Lehigh (1/9/10) FG Made..................... 1 four times, last at Army (1/20/10) FG Atts..................................... 2 at Georgetown (12/5/09) 3 FG Made....................................................................N/A 3 FG Atts.......................................................................N/A FT Made ......................................... 1 at Florida (12/28/09) FT Atts ............................................ 2 at Florida (12/28/09) Assists ............................. 2 at St. Francis (Pa.) (11/13/09) Blocks ................................................. 1 at Lehigh (1/9/10) Steals............................... 1 at St. Francis (Pa.) (11/13/09) Minutes .......................... 16 at St. Francis (Pa.) (11/13/09)

Year GP GS Min Avg 2009-10 14 0 64 4.6 TOTAL 14 0 64 4.6

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Total FG FGA Pct 4 8 .500 4 8 .500

3-point FG FGA Pct 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

FT 1 1

FTA Pct 3 .333 3 .333

Rebounds Off Def Tot Avg 4 5 9 0.6 4 5 9 0.6

PF 9 9

FO Ast 0 5 0 5

TO Blk 6 1 6 1

Stl 1 1

Pts Avg 9 0.6 9 0.6

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball blake JOLIVETTE, #20 Sophomore • Guard • 5-11 • 170 Houston, Texas • St. Thomas High School Business Administration 2009-10 (Freshman): Played in 19 games, starting ten … averaged 4.1 ppg and 1.7 apg … dished out a careerhigh five assists and added six points, two rebounds and one steal at Columbia (1/4/10) ... scored five points and matched his season-high with four rebounds at Georgetown (12/5/09) … made his first career start and scored seven points with four assists and two rebounds in a season-high 35 minutes against Manhattan (11/25/09) ... recorded then season-highs in nearly every statistical category including 13 points, four rebounds and four assists against Florida Atlantic (11/21/09) ... scored six points on 3-of-3 shooting with one steal in his collegiate debut at St. Francis (Pa.) (11/13/09).

2009-10 Game-by-Game Date Opponent

St. Thomas: Led d his team to the 2008 TAPPS 6A State Championship and nd 2009 TAPPS 6A State Quarterfinals … also helped his team am to 2008 and 2009 District Championships … named TAPPS PPS First Team All-State as a senior and was selected to the TAPPS All-State Game … averaged aged 16 points, eight assists, three ee rebounds and four steals ass a senior … finished second cond in District MVP voting following his senior nior year … TAPPS First rst Team All-District … selected to playy in the 2009 Capital Classic.

Total FG FGA Pct 27 77 .351 27 77 .351

3-point FG FGA Pct 8 22 .364 8 22 .364

M

3-3

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

6

0

2

0 1

11

11/16 Albany

2-4

2-3 0-0 0/2/2 0

6

2

2

0 0

16

11/18 Mt. St. Mary’s

1-4

0-1 0-0 0/1/1 1

2

2

3

0 0

19

11/21 Florida Atlantic

4-11 1-3 4-7 1/3/4 5

13 4

3

0 1

24

11/23 Fairfield

1-5

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

2

4

4

0 0

24

11/25 Manhattan

* 2-6

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

7

4

6

0 0

35

11/28 at UMES

* 2-3

0-0 0-0 0/2/2 0

4

0

4

0 0

18

12/1 Howard

* 0-1

0-0 5-6 0/3/3 0

5

2

3

0 0

33

12/5 at Georgetown * 1-6

1-3 2-2 1/3/4 3

5

1

1

0 0

25

12/16 at DePaul

* 1-1

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

2

2

3

0 1

23

12/19 UMBC

* 1-5

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

3

3

1

0 1

28

2-7

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

4

1

5

0 0

30

12/28 at Florida

* 3-8

2-3 0-0 2/2/4 1

8

3

3

0 0

21

1/2

at Brown

* 2-2

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 2

4

1

2

0 0

7

1/4

at Columbia

* 2-7

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

6

5

3

0 1

33

1/9

at Lehigh *

* 0-4

0-1 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

1

0 0

12

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

0+

2/13 at Colgate * 2/27 Lafayette *

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

1

3/7

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 0

0

0

0

0 0

2

at Lehigh

Jolivette’s Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High Points.............................. 13 vs. Florida Atlantic (11/21/09) Rebounds .............4 three times, last at Florida (12/28/09) FG Made........................... 4 vs. Florida Atlantic (11/21/09) FG Atts............................ 11 vs. Florida Atlantic (11/21/09)

Personal: Son of Annette and Brian Jolivette … has one sister, Brooke … cousin Terrance ce Mouton played basketball at Rider der University … carried a high school hool GPA of 3.4 and was a member off the National Honor Society … was the leader of the Race Relations Committee and board member of the Round Up committee … named “Man of St. t. Thomas” in senior year … majoring in business ess administration with a minor in public communications. nications. Year GP GS Min Avg 2009-10 19 10 362 19.1 TOTAL 19 10 362 19.1

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

11/13 at St. Francis

12/21 at Penn State

Played For: St. Thomas - Neil Laminack.

S FG

3 FG Made..................... 2 twice, last at Florida (12/28/09) 3 FG Atts.................... 3 five times, last at Columbia (1/4/10) FT Made ......................................... 5 vs. Howard (12/1/09) FT Atts .............................. 7 vs. Florida Atlantic (11/21/09) Assists ............................................... 5 at Columbia (1/4/10) Blocks ...........................................................................N/A Steals......................... 1 five times, last at Columbia (1/4/10) Minutes ..................................35 vs. Manhattan (11/25/09) FT 15 15

FTA Pct 20 .750 20 .750

Rebounds Off Def Tot Avg 6 24 30 1.6 6 24 30 1.6

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

PF 19 19

FO Ast 1 34 1 34

TO Blk 46 0 46 0

Stl 5 5

Pts Avg 77 4.1 77 4.1

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American University Men’s Basketball daniel MUNOZ, #2 Sophomore • Guard • 6-1 •175 Plantation, Fla. • St. Thomas Aquinas High School Business Administration 2009-10 (Freshman): Played in all 31 games, starting 20 … ranked second on the team with 2.3 apg … scored eight points with two assists and two rebounds bounds at Navy (2/24/10) … grabbed a career-high er-high five rebounds and added two points and nd two assists at Colgate (2/13/10) ... scored a career-high 13 points with two rebounds and two wo assists against Bucknell (2/11/10) … recorded d 10 points, two assists and two rebounds at Lafayette (1/30/10) ... dished out three assists, grabbed four rebounds and matched his career-high with three ree steals against Navy (1/27/10) 7/10) ... dished out a career-high high six assists while scoring ng five points and grabbing g four rebounds at Bucknell knell (1/13/10) ... tallied six points, four assists and two steals at Lehigh high (1/9/10) … made his first career start at St. Francis ancis (Pa.) and scored six points with four assists sists and one rebound in n 35 minutes (11/13/09). Played For: St. Thomas Aquinas - Steve Strand. and. Personal: Son of Maria and Serafi Ser n Munoz … has two brothers, Rene and Ryan … achieved a 4.2 GPA in high school … received Highest Honors all four years of high school and was w a member of the in business National Honor Society … majoring m administration.

St. Thomas Aquinas: inas: Helped his team to o the Nike Dr. Martin Luther uther King Championship nship in both his juniorr and senior year … team m was a Broward County Big 8 selection … averaged 13 points oints and eight assists in his final season eason … named All-County as a junior and senior and to the he Broward County Big School All-Star Team as a senior … led his AAU team to the AAU Nationals Round of 16 as a junior nior while averaging 20 points.

Year GP GS Min Avg vgg 2009-10 31 20 733 23.6 36 TOTAL 31 20 733 23.6

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Total FG FGA Pct 48 150 .320 320 48 150 .320

3-point FG FGA Pct 15 55 .273 273 15 55 .273

FT 31 31

FTA Pct 39 .795 795 39 .795

Rebounds Off Def Tot Avgg 5 51 56 1.8 18 5 51 56 1.8

PF 54 54

FO Ast 1 70 1 70

TO Blk 56 3 56 3

Stl 14 14

Pts Avg 142 4.6 142 4.6

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball 2009-10 Game-by-Game Date Opponent

S FG

3P FT-A O/D/T PF TP A TO B S

M

11/13 at St. Francis

* 2-5

0-0 2-2 1/0/1 4

6

4

4

0 0

35

11/16 Albany

* 3-5

0-0 1-1 0/1/1 0

7

0

2

0 1

27

11/18 Mt. St. Mary’s

* 2-4

1-2 2-2 1/1/2 1

7

3

3

0 0

26

11/21 Florida Atlantic * 1-3

0-0 2-2 0/0/0 2

4

1

3

1 3

21

11/23 Fairfield

* 3-6

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

7

0

3

0 0

19

11/25 Manhattan

3-7

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

7

2

3

0 1

28

11/28 at UMES

2-7

0-3 0-0 0/4/4 4

4

4

2

0 0

24

12/1 Howard

2-5

0-1 0-0 0/0/0 0

4

4

0

0 0

31

12/5 at Georgetown

2-7

1-3 3-4 1/1/2 1

8

0

1

0 1

22

12/16 at DePaul

1-3

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

5

2

2

0 0

23

12/19 UMBC

1-5

1-4 0-0 0/0/0 1

3

0

0

0 0

12

12/21 at Penn State

0-2

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

0

3

2

0 0

17

12/28 at Florida

1-4

0-3 0-0 0/0/0 1

2

2

2

0 1

22 31

1/2

at Brown

2-8

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

6

3

2

0 1

1/4

at Columbia

0-0

0-0 0-0 0/0/0 1

0

0

2

0 0

7

1/9

at Lehigh *

3-8

0-3 0-0 0/1/1 4

6

4

2

0 2

22

1/13 at Bucknell *

* 1-5

1-3 2-2 0/4/4 2

5

6

1

0 0

28

1/16 Colgate *

* 1-5

1-1 0-0 0/3/3 0

3

3

1

0 0

19

1/20 at Army *

* 0-1

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

0

2

1

0 0

24

1/23 Holy Cross *

* 2-9

1-4 3-4 0/2/2 0

8

5

1

0 1

31

1/27 Navy *

* 0-1

0-0 1-2 0/4/4 3

1

3

2

0 3

25

1/30 at Lafayette *

* 4-7

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

10 2

2

0 0

32

2/6

Lehigh *

* 3-9

1-6 0-0 0/3/3 1

7

4

1 0

29

2/11

Bucknell *

5

* 3-9

2-4 5-6 0/2/2 2

13 2

1

0 0

27

2/13 at Colgate *

* 0-6

0-1 2-2 1/4/5 5

2

3

0 0

33

2/17 Army *

2

* 0-2

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

2

3

1

0 0

24

2/21 at Holy Cross * * 0-1

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

0

0

1

0 0

14

2/24 at Navy *

* 2-4

0-0 4-5 0/2/2 3

8

2

2

0 0

27

2/27 Lafayette *

* 1-4

0-0 0-0 0/2/2 0

2

2

0

1 0

23

3/3

Navy

* 2-3

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

5

1

1

0 0

16

3/7

at Lehigh

* 1-5

0-1 0-0 0/0/0 1

2

0

2

0 0

14

Munoz’ Career Highs Category .......................................................Career-High Points.......................................... 13 vs. Bucknell (2/11/10) Rebounds ........................................5 at Colgate (2/13/10) FG Made....................................... 4 at Lafayette (1/30/10) FG Atts................9 three times, last vs. Bucknell (2/11/10) 3 FG Made................... 2 twice, last vs. Bucknell (2/11/10) 3 FG Atts............................................6 vs. Lehigh (2/6/10) FT Made ....................................... 5 vs. Bucknell (2/11/10) FT Atts .......................................... 6 vs. Bucknell (2/11/10) Assists ........................................... 6 at Bucknell (1/13/10) Blocks ............... 1 three times, last vs. Lafayette (2/27/10) Steals................................ 3 twice, last vs. Navy (1/27/10) Minutes .......................... 35 at St. Francis (Pa.) (11/13/09)

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball warren FLOOD, JR., #10 Sophomore • Guard • 6-2 • 200 Olney, Md. • Bullis High School Business Administration Played For: Bullis High School Bruce Kelley. Bullis High School: Helped his team to the IAC Championship in 2008 ... awarded the 2008 Big Brother Award by DCsportsfan.com ... averaged 10.0 ppg, 6.0 rpg, and 1.0 apg in high school.

Personal: Son of Yvonne and Warren Flood ... has one sister, Ryan, and one brother, David ... uncle, Fred Stokes, played football for the Washington Redskins, Los Angeles Rams, and New Orleans Saints for nine years ... member of the National Honor Society, Peer Mentoring program and was named to the Honor Roll for four years ... majoring in business administration.

wayne SIMON II, #4 Freshman • Guard • 5-11 • 160 Westchester, Ill. • St. Joseph’s High School Business Administration Played For: St. Joseph’s High School - Gene Pingatore. St. Joseph’s High School: Helped his team to the Regional Championship in both 2009 and 2010 and the 2009 East Suburban Catholic Conference Championship ... named Associated Press Second Team All-State as a senior after averaging 13.6 ppg, 3.6 apg, 3.6 rpg and 2.0 spg ... also named ESPN All-Area and Illinois Coaches Association Third Team All-State ... selected to the Chicago High School Classic All-Star Team, City vs. Suburban All-Star Team and participated in the Reebok U All-American Game ... earned

St. Joseph High School Student-Athlete of the Year Award and team’s Most Valuable Player Award as a senior ... named to the St. Charles Thanksgiving All-Tournament Team and Spiece Run-N-Slam All-Tournament Team as a junior. Personal: Son of Jozett and Wayne Simon ... has one sister, Ashley ... graduated high school with a 4.54 GPA and was named an Illinois State Scholar ... member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and was a member of the “A” Honor Roll every quarter of high school ... plans to major in business administration.

tony WROBLICKY, #34 Freshman • Forward • 6-9 • 220 Los Angeles, Calif. • Loyola High School Business Administration Played For: Loyola High School - Jamal Adams. Loyola High School: Helped Loyola High School to backto-back appearances in the California State Championship Tournament including the 2009 semifinals ... also helped his team to the 2009 CIF Southern Section Divion 2A

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Championship Game and the 2010 CIF Southern Section Division 1A Semifinals ... ranked among the top 50 shot blockers in California in 2010. Personal: Son of Ruta and Steve Wroblicky ... has a brother, Andrew, and sister, Jennifer ... plans to major in business administration.

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball 2010-11 Radio/Television Roster

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American University Men’s Basketball 2009-10 Patriot League Standings Team Lehigh* Bucknell Lafayette American Navy Colgate Holy Cross Army

PL 10-4 9-5 8-6 7-7 7-7 6-8 5-9 4-10

Pct .714 .643 .571 .500 .500 .429 .357 .286

Home 6-1 6-1 5-2 5-2 5-2 4-3 4-3 3-4

Away 4-3 3-4 3-4 2-5 2-5 2-5 1-6 1-6

Overall 22-11 14-17 19-13 11-20 13-17 10-19 9-22 14-15

Pct .667 .452 .594 .355 .433 .345 .290 .483

Home 15-2 8-5 13-3 7-8 10-4 7-6 5-7 10-4

Away 7-8 5-11 6-10 4-12 3-12 3-11 3-14 4-11

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

* Won 2010 Patriot League Tournament and earned automatic berth into NCAA NCAA Tournament.

Stephen Lumpkins, ‘12 Ranked 2nd in Patriot League with 8.5 rpg and 1.5 bpg

Vlad Moldoveanu, ‘11 First Team All-Patriot League 18.1 ppg, 6.5 rpg, 2.0 apg

Nick Hendra, ‘11 3-time Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection

Patriot League Team Rankings Category Scoring Offense Scoring Defense Scoring Margin Field Goal Percentage Field Goal Percentage Defense 3-Point Field Goal Percentage 3-Point Field Goal Defense Rebounding Offense Rebounding Defense Rebounding Margin Blocked Shots Assists Steals Turnover Margin Assist/Turnover Ratio Offensive Rebounds Defensive Rebounds 3-Point Field Goals Made

Rank 7 2 8 5 3 6 5 3 1 2 5 3 8 8 5 7 2 6

Patriot League Individual Rankings No. 62.6 67.2 -4.6 .425 .428 .345 .354 35.4 32.2 +3.2 2.6 14.4 3.5 -5.2 1.00 9.8 25.6 5.9

Category Scoring Rebounds FG % Assists FT % Steals 3FG % 3FG Blocks A/T Ratio Off. Reb. Def. Reb.

Player Stephen Lumpkins Stephen Lumpkins Nick Hendra Stephen Lumpkins Nick Hendra

Rank 9 2 11 5 10

No. 13.0 8.5 5.2 .515 2.7

Nick Hendra

11

.373

Nick Hendra Stephen Lumpkins

10 2

1.9 1.5

3 1

2.3 6.3

Rank 60 67 99

No. 51.5 8.5 1.5

Stephen Lumpkins Stephen Lumpkins

NCAA Individual Rankings Category Field Goal % Rebounds Blocked Shots

Player Stephen Lumpkins Stephen Lumpkins Stephen Lumpkins

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball 2009-10 Statistics 2009-10 Overall Stats (11-20) TOTAL ##

Player

GP

GS

Min

Avg

FG FGA

14

Moldoveanu, Vlad

22

20

713

32.4

126

32

Lumpkins, Stephen

31

26

926

29.9

21

Hendra, Nick

30

27

948

31.6

00

McCormack, Simon

31

24

807

13

Grafft, Riley

31

16

02

Munoz, Daniel

31

20

Jolivette, Blake

43

Bersch, Mike

25

3-PTS Pct

3FG

279

.452

48

157

305

.515

97

256

.379

26.0

70

145

.483

596

19.2

71

149

20

733

23.6

48

19

10

362

19.1

12

1

144

12.0

Hill, Joe

21

3

251

22

Luptak, Steve

29

7

01

Wilson, Matthew

26

1

12

Fisher, Daniel

14

44

Holton, Jeff

15

Borucki, Jordan

TM

TEAM

FGA

REBOUNDS Pct

FT FTA

Pct

Off Def

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

124 .387

99 124

.798

35 108 143

Tot Avg 6.5

PF FO 72

2

45

53

8

15

399 18.1

0

0 .000

89 156

.571

70 195 265

8.5

86

1

39

42

48

15

403 13.0

57

153 .373

48

73

.658

36 120 156

5.2

68

2

81

80

0

20

299 10.0

0

0 .000

43

62

.694

43

83 126

4.1

85

2

68

65

0

10

183

.477

5

20 .250

27

38

.711

39

73 112

3.6

62

1

21

46

14

10

174

5.6

150

.320

15

55 .273

31

39

.795

5

51

56

1.8

54

1

70

56

3

14

142

4.6

27

77

.351

8

22 .364

15

20

.750

6

24

30

1.6

19

1

34

46

0

5

77

4.1

17

52

.327

12

42 .286

2

2 1.000

2

13

15

1.3

19

1

6

9

4

2

48

4.0

12.0

24

70

.343

23

64 .359

0

0

.000

5

12

17

0.8

30

0

13

9

2

2

71

3.4

507

17.5

27

84

.321

16

54 .296

16

17

.941

5

39

44

1.5

40

1

41

20

0

11

86

3.0

266

10.2

13

27

.481

0

0 .000

23

35

.657

11

26

37

1.4

45

1

23

17

1

4

49

1.9

0

64

4.6

4

8

.500

0

0 .000

1

3

.333

4

5

9

0.6

9

0

5

6

1

1

9

0.6

4

0

4

1.0

0

0

.000

0

0 .000

1

2

.500

0

1

1

0.3

0

0

1

2

0

0

1

0.3

4

0

4

1.0

0

1

.000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

1

0

1

0.3

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

42

43

85

5.9

2.7

0

Total

31

681 1603

.425

184

534 .345

395 571

.692

304 793 1097 35.4

590

13

447 458

7 81 109

1941 62.6

Opponents

31

732 1709

.428

169

477 .354

450 664

.678

294 703 997 32.2

534

-

387 297

90 245

2083 67.2

FT FTA

Pct

2009-10 Patriot League Games (7-7) TOTAL ##

Player

32

3-PTS

GS

Min

Avg

FG FGA

Lumpkins, Stephen

2

2

64

32.0

16

25

.640

0

0 .000

12

19

.632

8

16

21

Hendra, Nick

2

2

70

35.0

9

22

.409

5

11 .455

0

3

.000

1

8

9

22

Luptak, Steve

2

0

59

29.5

5

8

.625

4

7 .571

0

0

.000

0

6

01

Wilson, Matthew

2

0

48

24.0

4

6

.667

0

0 .000

5

8

.625

2

14

Moldoveanu, Vlad

2

2

53

26.5

3

17

.176

0

4 .000

4

7

.571

02

Munoz, Daniel

2

2

30

15.0

3

8

.375

0

2 .000

1

2

.500

00

McCormack, Simon

2

2

30

15.0

3

10

.300

0

0 .000

0

0

13

Grafft, Riley

2

0

26

13.0

1

5

.200

0

1 .000

0

43

Bersch, Mike

1

0

0

0.0

0

0

.000

0

0 .000

20

Jolivette, Blake

1

0

2

2.0

0

0

.000

0

15

Borucki, Jordan

1

0

2

2.0

0

1

.000

12

Fisher, Daniel

1

0

2

2.0

0

0

.000

44

Holton, Jeff

1

0

0

0.0

0

0

25

Hill, Joe

2

0

14

7.0

0

TM

Pct

3FG FGA

REBOUNDS

GP

Pct

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

7

0

1

4

2

0

44 22.0

4.5

4

0

1

6

0

2

23 11.5

6

3.0

3

0

4

1

0

0

14

7.0

5

7

3.5

5

0

5

1

0

0

13

6.5

4

10

14

7.0

5

0

3

5

0

3

10

5.0

0

1

1

0.5

4

0

1

3

0

0

7

3.5

.000

1

2

3

1.5

8

0

6

3

0

0

6

3.0

0

.000

1

3

4

2.0

4

0

3

3

1

2

2

1.0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

1

0

1

1.0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0.0

.000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

2

.000

0

1 .000

0

0

.000

0

1

1

0.5

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

19

16

35

TEAM

Off Def

Tot Avg 24 12.0

PF FO

2.5

0

Total

14

321 718

.447

89

264 .337

205 278

.737

126 366 492 35.1

285

8

219 202

3 34

43

936 66.9

Opponents

14

325 773

.420

66

199 .332

234 329

.711

127 302 429 30.6

248

-

167 120

29

93

950 67.9

FT FTA

Pct

Pts Avg

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Player

32

3-PTS Pct

3FG FGA

REBOUNDS

GP

GS

Min

Avg

FG FGA

Pct

Off Def

Lumpkins, Stephen

2

2

64

32.0

16

25

.640

0

0 .000

12

19

.632

8

16

Tot Avg

21

Hendra, Nick

2

2

70

35.0

9

22

.409

5

11 .455

0

3

.000

1

8

22

Luptak, Steve

2

0

59

29.5

5

8

.625

4

7 .571

0

0

.000

0

6

6

3.0

3

0

4

1

0

0

14

7.0

01

Wilson, Matthew

2

0

48

24.0

4

6

.667

0

0 .000

5

8

.625

2

5

7

3.5

5

0

5

1

0

0

13

6.5

14

Moldoveanu, Vlad

2

2

53

26.5

3

17

.176

0

4 .000

4

7

.571

4

10

14

7.0

5

0

3

5

0

3

10

5.0

02

Munoz, Daniel

2

2

30

15.0

3

8

.375

0

2 .000

1

2

.500

0

1

1

0.5

4

0

1

3

0

0

7

3.5

00

McCormack, Simon

2

2

30

15.0

3

10

.300

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

1

2

3

1.5

8

0

6

3

0

0

6

3.0

13

Grafft, Riley

2

0

26

13.0

1

5

.200

0

1 .000

0

0

.000

1

3

4

2.0

4

0

3

3

1

2

2

1.0

43

Bersch, Mike

1

0

0

0.0

0

0

.000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

20

Jolivette, Blake

1

0

2

2.0

0

0

.000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

15

Borucki, Jordan

1

0

2

2.0

0

1

.000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

1

0

1

1.0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

12

Fisher, Daniel

1

0

2

2.0

0

0

.000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0.0

44

Holton, Jeff

1

0

0

0.0

0

0

.000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

25

Hill, Joe

2

0

14

7.0

0

2

.000

0

1 .000

0

0

.000

0

1

1

0.5

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

TM

TEAM

5

24 12.0 9

4.5

PF FO

A

TO

Blk

Stl

7

0

1

4

2

0

44 22.0

4

0

1

6

0

2

23 11.5

2

3

2.5

0

Total

2

44 104

.423

9

26 .346

22

39

.564

20

55

75 37.5

42

0

24

28

3

7

119 59.5

Opponents

2

44 104

.423

19

46 .413

32

46

.696

12

49

61 30.5

37

-

28

18

6

19

139 69.5

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American University Men’s Basketball 2009-10 Schedule and Results Overall: 11-20 • Patriot League: 7-7 • Home: 7-8 • Away: 4-12 • Neutral: 0-0 DATE

TIME

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11/13/09 ..... 7:00 p.m. ...........at Saint Francis ...................L, 61-65 .......................0-1 ............... 1,142 .............. (14) Grafft, Riley ........ (8) Lumpkins, Stephen 11/16/09 ..... 7:30 p.m. ...........Albany .................................L, 51-50 .......................0-2 ............... 1,929 .. (12) Lumpkins, Stephen ........ (7) Lumpkins, Stephen 11/18/09 ..... 7:30 p.m. ...........Mount St. Mary’s..................L, 73-62 .......................0-3 ............... 1,252 .............. (17) Grafft, Riley ...... (12) Lumpkins, Stephen ................................................................................................................................................................. (17) Lumpkins, Stephen 11/21/09 ..... 12:00 p.m. .........Florida Atlantic.....................L, 81-69 .......................0-4 ............... 1,895 .. (23) Lumpkins, Stephen ........ (9) Lumpkins, Stephen 11/23/09 ..... 7:30 p.m. ...........Fairfield ...............................L, 72-56 .......................0-5 ............... 1,033 ............ (14) Hendra, Nick ........ (9) Lumpkins, Stephen ................................................................................................................................................................. (14) Lumpkins, Stephen 11/25/09 ..... 7:30 p.m. ...........Manhattan ...........................L, 69-62 .......................0-6 .................. 844 ............ (16) Bersch, Mike .................. (12) Grafft, Riley 11/28/09 ..... 2:00 p.m. ...........at UMES ..............................L, 65-58 .......................0-7 ..................432 .. (15) Lumpkins, Stephen ........ (9) Lumpkins, Stephen 12/1/09....... 7:30 p.m. ...........Howard ...............................W, 59-53 .......................1-7 ............... 1,027 .............. (13) Grafft, Riley ........ (9) Lumpkins, Stephen 12/5/09....... 4:00 p.m. ...........at Georgetown.....................L, 73-46 .......................1-8 ............. 10,465 ............ (14) Hendra, Nick .................. (9) Hendra, Nick 12/16/09..... 8:30 p.m. ...........at DePaul ...........................W, 62-57 .......................2-8 ............... 7,023 .... (26) Moldoveanu, Vlad ...... (14) Lumpkins, Stephen 12/19/09..... 2:00 p.m. ...........UMBC..................................L, 59-57 .......................2-9 .................. 557 .............. (14) Grafft, Riley ................ (10) Hendra, Nick ................................................................................................................................................................... (14) Moldoveanu, Vlad ...... (10) Lumpkins, Stephen 12/21/09..... 5:00 p.m. ...........at Penn State ......................L, 76-57 .....................2-10 ............... 7,561 ............ (17) Hendra, Nick ...... (9) Lumpkkins, Stephen ................................................................................................................................................................... (17) Moldoveanu, Vlad 12/28/09..... 7:00 p.m. ...........at Florida .............................L, 76-60 .....................2-11 ............. 10,275 ............ (15) Hendra, Nick ................ (13) Hendra, Nick 1/2/10......... 1:00 p.m. ...........at Brown .............................W, 76-68 .....................3-11 ..................702 ............ (15) Hendra, Nick ...... (11) Lumpkins, Stephen 1/4/10......... 7:00 p.m. ...........at Columbia .........................L, 56-51 .....................3-12 .................. 501 .... (18) Moldoveanu, Vlad .......... (6) Moldoveanu, Vlad 1/9/10......... 7:00 p.m. ...........at Lehigh * ...........................L, 78-67 ............. 3-13, 0-1 .................. 925 .... (24) Moldoveanu, Vlad ........ (11) Moldoveanu, Vlad 1/13/10....... 7:00 p.m. ...........at Bucknell * ..................L, 72-68 OT ............. 3-14, 0-2 ............... 1,659 .... (19) Moldoveanu, Vlad ........ (13) Moldoveanu, Vlad 1/16/10....... 2:00 p.m. ...........Colgate * ............................W, 73-63 ............. 4-14, 1-2 ............... 2,021 .. (19) Lumpkins, Stephen .................. (7) Hendra, Nick .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. (7) Moldoveanu, Vlad 1/20/10....... 7:00 p.m. ...........at Army *..............................L, 68-48 ............. 4-15, 1-3 .................. 829 .... (22) Moldoveanu, Vlad ........ (7) Lumpkins, Stephen 1/23/10....... 2:00 p.m. ...........Holy Cross * .......................W, 71-64 ............. 5-15, 2-3 ............... 2,743 .... (20) Moldoveanu, Vlad ...... (15) Lumpkins, Stephen 1/27/10....... 7:30 p.m. ...........Navy *.................................W, 69-59 ............. 6-15, 3-3 ............... 1,039 .... (37) Moldoveanu, Vlad .......... (9) Moldoveanu, Vlad 1/30/10....... 1:00 p.m. ...........at Lafayette * ......................W, 76-66 ............. 7-15, 4-3 ............... 3,077 .... (21) Moldoveanu, Vlad .................. (8) Hendra, Nick ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ (8) Lumpkins, Stephen 2/6/10......... 2:00 p.m. ...........Lehigh * ...............................L, 77-65 ............. 7-16, 4-4 .................. 786 .... (24) Moldoveanu, Vlad ........ (6) Lumpkins, Stephen .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. (6) Moldoveanu, Vlad 2/11/10 ....... 7:00 p.m. ...........Bucknell * ............................L, 73-59 ............. 7-17, 4-5 ............... 1,282 ............ (19) Hendra, Nick ........ (8) Lumpkins, Stephen 2/13/10....... 2:00 p.m. ...........at Colgate * .................L, 75-74 2OT ............. 7-18, 4-6 .................. 517 .... (30) Moldoveanu, Vlad ...... (12) Lumpkins, Stephen 2/17/10....... 7:30 p.m. ...........Army * ................................W, 57-54 ............ 8-18, 5-6 ............... 1,004 .... (18) Moldoveanu, Vlad ...... (11) Lumpkins, Stephen 2/21/10....... 2:00 p.m. ...........at Holy Cross * ....................L, 64-51 ............. 8-19, 5-7 ............... 2,367 .. (16) Lumpkins, Stephen ........ (7) Lumpkins, Stephen 2/24/10....... 7:00 p.m. ...........at Navy *.....................W, 80-77 2OT ............. 9-19, 6-7 ............... 3,528 .. (21) Lumpkins, Stephen ...... (11) Lumpkins, Stephen 2/27/10....... 4:00 p.m. ...........Lafayette * ..........................W, 78-60 ........... 10-19, 7-7 ............... 2,110 .... (26) Moldoveanu, Vlad ...... (12) Lumpkins, Stephen 3/3/10......... 7:00 p.m. ...........Navy # ................................W, 62-60 ............11-19, 7-7 ............... 1,340 .. (29) Lumpkins, Stephen ...... (15) Lumpkins, Stephen 3/7/10......... 8:00 p.m. ...........at Lehigh # ..........................L, 57-79 ............11-20, 7-7 ............... 1,296 .. (15) Lumpkins, Stephen ........ (9) Lumpkins, Stephen * - indicates Patriot League game

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY........GAMES ........TOTALS ...... AVG/GAME

# - indicates Patriot League Tournament game

HOME .........................................15 .................20862 ......................1391 AWAY..........................................16 .................52299 ......................3269 NEUTRAL ...................................0 ...................0 ....................................0 TOTAL ........................................31 .................73161 ......................2360

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Stafford Cassell Hall of Fame Gordon Austin, ‘84 Inducted 2001 One of the finest basketball players to ever don the AU Red and Blue, Gordon Austin set a standard of excellence during his four years on the hardwood. Making his mark on the school record book, Austin is the all-time leader in assists for a career (691) and a season (247). He also ranks second in career steals (235) and steals in a season (91), though he held both records upon graduation. As a senior, he finished fourth in assists per game in NCAA Division I and was named Honorable Mention All-America by the Sporting News. Yet, it was not Austin’s statistical achievements that he is best known for. A winner in every sense of the word, he helped lead the Eagles to an impressive 78-39 record during his four years, a run that is unmatched by any other four-year span in school history. Included in that total were back-to-back National Invitational Tournament appearances and one of the biggest wins ever for the program when an Austin-led Eagle squad defeated fifth-ranked Georgetown, 6261, in the Capital Centre on Dec. 16, 1982.

Arthur L. Beatty, Jr., ’69 Inducted 2005 Arthur Leon Beatty, Jr. grew up in Washington, D.C., playing basketball. By age 13, Arthur reached over six feet tall and went on to play varsity basketball

at McKinley Technical Senior High School. Upon graduation he reached 7’1’’ and accepted a scholarship to American University to play basketball. Among his accomplishments, he was recognized as the Most Outstanding Senior Athlete and named to the All Metro Basketball Team in 1968. Beatty finished second in the NCAAs in rebounding as a junior and was AU’s leading scorer in 1968. He was also included in the 1968-69 Edition of “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.” Beatty finished his career with 1,126 rebounds, which is third all-time at American. He also holds the third (458 rebounds) and d ninth best (390) singlesingle season rebounding years in AU history. Arthur graduated from American with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Interior Design. Drafted in the third round by two U.S. professional teams - the ABA’s New York Nets and the NBA’s Phoenix Suns - in 1968, Arthur accepted an offer from the Belgium pro club, Racing Mechelen, which included free tuition at Antwerp Academy of Fine Arts. While playing three games a week in Belgium, he also studied his passion for the arts. Arthur said, “I made my choice to become an artist instead of a ballplayer, and I’ve never regretted it.”

W. James Birthright Inducted 1969

George I. Brown, ‘40 Inducted 1970

Known as “Moe” to his teammates and friends, George Brown played four sports during his reign at American. He was very humble even though he was a football star and had great athletic ability. His coaches boasted his consistent effort and hard work during practice and during competition. George played guard for the basketball team and had devastating range on the court. He was a smooth, levelheaded player who tended to keep his team poised with his leadership qualities. George also led the way for establishing a baseball team at American. In 1938, he wrote articles on why there should be a team and had several students sign a petition. Also in 1938, George received the Most Valuable Player Award for the football team at American. He was a great athlete, a good scholar and a friend to everyone.

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Stafford Cassell Hall of Fame David L. Carrasco Inducted 1998 If you are ever traveling west into El Paso on Interstate 10, you might come across the David L. Carrasco Job Corps Center. This mural is dedicated to the former AU basketball coach and athletics director. Named the 1958 college division national coach of the year, Carrasco’s real commitment was towards integration. “He wasn’t always about winning,” says his son David. During a three-year run starting with the 1957-58 season the Eagles made three straight NCAA college division national tournaments under Carrasco. Also, under Carrasco’s command the team won three Mason Dixon Conference titles and earned two NCAA tournament appearances (small college division). Carrasco C is one of only two o coaches in c American’s A history to h have four h straight s winning w seasons. A s leader in the le area of racial a integration i level, at the college men’s basketball baske Carrasco was recruited by the State Department to teach sports abroad after coaching. David Carrasco passed away in 1990, but his memory lives on in the lives of his players and in the ideals he sought to impart.

Inducted 1970 Stafford H. “Pop” Cassell coached AU basketball for 11 years and compiled a record of 15594 from 19371942 and from 1946-1952. His teams had six consecutive winning seasons. Cassell was a longtime Athletic Director at American and also coached the football team. However, while his love may have been AU athletics, his biggest contribution to American came later when he became a special assistant to the President of the University, Hurst Anderson. During his time working t for f the President, P the t University U went w through t the t largest building b phase of p any a time in its it history. One O project that did not get fifinished nished before Cassell bef passed away was a new field house for the athletic program. However, on Jan. 15, 2003, the basketball floor in Bender Arena was renamed in honor of him. His widow and family was on hand to celebrate the unveiling of the Stafford H. “Pop” Cassell basketball floor.

Ed Clements, ‘60 Inducted 2003 Ed lettered in basketball, track, cross-country and baseball during his years at AU. His versatility as an athlete earned him 10 letters as a varsity member. On the basketball

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division) every year. His outstanding skills as a guard allowed him to average 14 points per game. Ed scored a career-high in the NCAAs versus Wagner, netting 37 points. Ed also served two years as the president of the Varsity Club, was chosen as the Outstanding Senior Athlete and was selected for the Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Ed was a tough competitor and his discipline and hard work in athletics earned him a spot in AU history.

Bartley A. Fugler, ‘48 Inducted 1971 Bart was a captain for the baseball and basketball teams at American. He also lettered in football and tennis. During the ’42-43 season, Bart was runnerup in the scoring title in basketball, averaging 17.5 points per game. In 1947, Bart was awarded the Jack Dempsey Trophy as outstanding athlete on the American University campus. Off the court, Bart pursued a career in the Navy flying fighter planes and working for the Naval Air Transport Service. A native Washingtonian, his presence on campus will not be forgotten.

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Stafford Cassell Hall of Fame Brian Gilgeous, ‘93 Inducted 2004 In Brian’s final year, he capped off his spectacular career by being selected the 1993 CAA Player of the Year. He averaged 24.1 points per game in CAA conference games and 22.7 points overall. He dazzled the crowd versus Mount Saint Mary’s with a career-high 42 points and he scored 30 or more points on six different occasions. He also recorded five double-doubles and ranked among the top 10 in six different offensive and defensive categories in the CAA. Gilgeous ended his career as the second all-time scoring leader in AU history with 2,013 points. He is a member of the 500 rebound club, currently ninth with 688. He is in the top 10 in over 10 offensive categories in Eagle history.

E. Leroy Ishman, ‘51 Inducted 1995 “Ish” played basketball during his years at AU and was known for his great ballhandling skills and fierce competitiveness on the court. He was the first player to reach 1,200 points and remains on the all-time scoring list in AU history with 1,371. As a freshman, he scored 238 points and was chosen for the Mason-Dixon Conference Tournament team.

In his junior year, he was captain of the varsity squad and was again chosen to the Conference and All-District teams. Ish had very large hands, which helped him lead his team in rebounds and assists during his senior year.

Bruce R. Kessler, Sr., ‘29 Inducted 1969

William S. Jones, ‘64 Inducted 1971 In his years at AU (1957-60), Jones now ranks third alltime in points with 1,982 and is on many top 10 lists in the offensive categories. In 1960, Jones set an NCAA Division II Tournament game record with 54 points against Evansville. Jones was an outstanding free throw shooter with records in free throw attempts in a season (256), career (814) and free throws made in a season (204). In his senior year, he became AU’s most prolific scorer and was named a NCAA college division First Team All-American. Also, Jones was invited to the 1960 and 1964 U.S. Olympic team tryouts. Jones is one of only two players in AU history to have their jerseys retired.

Robert W. Lamon, ‘50 Inducted 1972 Bob was an expert ball handler on the basketball court and was known as one of the best set-shot artists in the city of Washington. In 1948, he was placed on the Washington Star’s All-District College second squad. He was part of the 1949 Mason-Dixon Conference Team, averaging 10 points per game as the Eagles went 16-8 that year.

William Mason, ‘66 Inducted 1985 Bill Mason was a four-year letterwinner on the basketball team and was a starting forward during the 1964-65 season. He was the 1966 recipient of the Stafford H. Cassell Award and named the AU Business School’s top scholar-athlete.

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Stafford Cassell Hall of Fame Most noteably, Bill was the starting centerfielder on AU’s baseball team from 1962-66. He set both the single season and career records for batting average, home runs, runs batted in and slugging percentage. In 1966 Bill became AU’s first-ever player selected in the Major League Baseball draft, being selected by the New York Yankees.

Ross was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in the fifth round (108th pick) of the 1987 National Basketball Association draft. He also participated in free agent camp for the Washington Bullets prior to the 1988 NBA season. Ross graduated from American University in 1987, with his Bachelor of Arts in Communications.

George William Olsen

Hugo “Dutch” Schulze, ‘41

Inducted 1971

Inducted 1969

Franklin A. Ross, ‘87 Inducted 2007 Frank Ross is one of the best basketball players to ever don an Eagles uniform. He ranks in the top-10 in 12 separate statistical categories, including fourth all-time in career scoring with 1,921 points. In his senior season, he finished ranked eighth in the nation with a 25.3 points per game average, the second-highest scoring average in school history. His 86 three-pointers in his senior season - the first in which the NCAA implemented the threepoint line - are still the school’s singleseason mark and, despite playing just one season with the rule, Ross ranks 11th all-time at AU in career threepointers.

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Hugo “Dutch” Schulze took over as coach of the American basketball program in 1952. Schulze had the most success in his first season as his team went 15-8 and advanced all the way to the Mason- Dixon Conference title game before losing 65-62 to Loyola of Maryland in overtime. Schulze also served as an athletic director at American University.

Oscar H. Sells, ‘33 Inducted 1973

Ed Tapscott, ‘80 Inducted 2006 Ed Tapscott began his coaching career as an assistant coach at American University under current Maryland head coach Gary Williams. Tapscott spent four seasons as Williams’ assistant, helping the Eagles amass 72

wins, including a schoolrecord 24 wins in the 198081 season. During his time as an assistant coach, Tapscott graduated from AU’s prestigious Washington College of Law in 1980. In 1982, Tapscott was elevated to AU’s head coach. In eight seasons, Tapscott finished with 119 wins, the second-most in school history (behind AU Hall of Fame namesake Stafford Cassell). Tapscott’s best seasons were his first (1982-83) and last (198990), when he went 20-10 and 20-9, respectively. After A Tapscott T left AU, le he went h on to o become b vvice president p of player o personnel p and a served basketball operations and serv as interim president and general manager of the New York Knicks. During Tapscott’s reign with New York, the Knicks made two trips to the NBA Finals (1994 and 1999) and advanced to at least the second round of the playoffs every year. In addition, Tapscott worked in the front office of the Milwaukee Bucks, Phoenix Suns and Charlotte Bobcats.

Wilbur Thomas, ‘75 Inducted 2003 Wilbur was a basketball star on a team that went 53-25 during one of the most successful eras in AU basketball history. AU participated in the NIT in 1973 for the first time ever and regularly beat teams like Georgetown,

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Stafford Cassell Hall of Fame St. John’s, George Washington and Temple. Wilbur had great basketball talent, but it was his toughness that made him a standout player. He was not the biggest player on the court, but his toughness helped him to grab rebounds. He set freshman and sophomore records for scoring during the 1971-73 seasons. As a freshman he averaged 28.6 points per game, netting 48 in one contest. As a sophomore, he averaged 23.9 points per game ,including a 26 point effort against Louisville in AU’s first appearance as a Division I squad. Thomas is fourth in career scoring average (19.8), sixth in all-time scoring (1,543), seventh in all-time rebounding (803) and still has the 10th best single-season scoring record with 561 points. Wilbur loved the camaraderie and competition of basketball and he deserves his place in American University history.

John Wakefield, ‘75 Inducted 1973

Kermit A. Washington, ‘73

Frank Weiss, ‘58

Inducted 1985

Inducted 1999 Kermit Washington is one of the greatest in NCAA history. Washington was credited with putting AU basketball on the national map with a prolific career

with the Eagles. In 1972-73, he had one of the greatest seasons in NCAA history, as he became the last player to average 20 points and 20 rebounds per game. He earned 1973 Associated Press All-America honors while leading the nation in rebounding for the second consecutive season. Following the season, Washington was selected as the fourth pick in the NBA draft. He currently holds every American rebounding record. Washington was also an Academic All-American in 1972 and 1973 respectively. His AU accomplishments include eighth all-time in scoring despite playing only three years (1,467), third in scoring average (20.1) and first in rebounds (1,478). He is also eighth on the free throws made list with 313. Kermit’s uniform is displayed in the Basketball B Hall of H Fame in F Springfield, S Mass. M among a other stellar o basketball b legends. le

Perhaps the finest ball player to take the hardcourt at American was Frank Weiss. In his years at AU, 1955-58, he became one of the Eagles’ most potent scorers. Frank came from Brooklyn, N.Y., where he was a member of the 1954 Lafayette High Championship basketball team. Frank Weiss was known to always hustle and work hard and was very popular with his teammates. He had 1,632 career points.

Jimmy Williams Inducted 2000 Jimmy Williams took over as the head coach at American at the start of the 1962-63 season after spending several seasons as an assistant coach for the Eagles. Williams graduated from American after lettering in basketball and baseball. His best season as a basketball coach was his first when he led the Eagles to a record of 10-14. Williams was also the golf coach at American and guided his team to the Mason-Dixon Conference crown.

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All-Time Award Winners AP All-America First Team Kermit Washington .................... 1973 NCAA College Division First Team All-America Willie Jones ............................... 1960 Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention Derrick Mercer ........................... 2009 Patrick Doctor ............................ 2002 Sporting News Honorable Mention Gordon Austin............................ 1983 NCAA College Division Honorable Mention Richard ‘Dickie’ Wells ................ 1960

NABC/Chevrolet All-District Garrison Carr (D13, 1st)............ 2009 Andre Ingram (DII 2nd) ............. 2005 Patriot League Coach of the Year Jeff Jones .................................. 2009 Patriot League Player of the Year Derrick Mercer ........................... 2009 Patrick Doctor ............................ 2002 Patriot League Rookie of the Year Derrick Mercer ........................... 2006 Andre Ingram............................. 2004 Patriot League Tournament MVP Garrison Carr...................... 2008, ‘09

All-America Honorable Mention Willie Jones ............................... 1959

Andre A d IIngram............................. 2007 Jernavis Draughn ...................... 2004 Andres Rodriguez...................... 2004 Glenn Stokes ............................. 2003 Steven Miles ....................... 2002, ‘03 Patrick Doctor ............................ 2002

Small College All-America First Team Willie Jones ............................... 1960 Little College All-America Honorable Mention Richard ‘Dickie’ Wells ................ 1958

Patriot League All-Rookie Team Derrick Mercer ........................... 2006 Andre Ingram............................. 2004 Raimondas Petrauskas ............. 2003

Derrick Mercer, ‘09 2009 Patriot League Player of the Year Kermit Washington, ‘73 1973 First Team All-American

First Team All-Patriot League Vlad Moldoveanu ..................... 2010 Derrick Mercer ........................... 2009 Garrison Carr...................... 2008, ‘09 Andre Ingram...................... 2005, ‘07 Andres Rodriguez...................... 2004 Steven Miles .............................. 2003 Patrick Doctor ............................ 2002 Second Team All-Patriot League Brian Gilmore ............................ 2009 Derrick Mercer ........................... 2008 Andre Ingram............................. 2006 Jason Thomas ........................... 2005 Glenn Stokes ...................... 2002, ‘03 Patriot League All-Tournament Team Derrick Mercer ........................... 2009 Brian Gilmore ..................... 2008, ‘09

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Andre Ingram, ‘07 2004 Patriot League Player of the Year

CAA Co-Coach of the Year Ed Tapscott ................................ 1988 CAA Player of the Year Brian Gilgeous ........................... 1993 CAA Defensive Player of the Year Jarion Childs.............................. 2000 Dean Ehlers Leadership Award Nathan Smith............................. 1998 Darryl Franklin ........................... 1996 First Team All-CAA Patrick Doctor ............................ 2000 Nathan Smith............................. 1998 Christian Ast .............................. 1995 Tim Fudd ................................... 1994 Brian Gilgeous ............. 1991, ‘92, ‘93 Frank Ross ................................ 1987 Ron Draper .......................... 1989,’90 Mike Sampson........................... 1988

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All-Time Award Winners Second Team All-CAA Patrick Doctor ............................ 2001 Thomas Treadwell ..................... 1997 Nathan Smith............................. 1997 Darryl Franklin ........................... 1996 Craig Sedmak............................ 1993 Donald Grant ............................ 1992 Daryl Holmes ............................. 1990 Frank Ross ................................ 1986 CAA All-Defensive Team Jarion Childs....................1998, 2000 Duane Gilliam ............................ 1996 Darryl Franklin ........................... 1996 Brian Gilgeous ............. 1991, ‘92, ‘93 Chuck West ............................... 1989 Ron Draper ................................ 1989 Mike Sampson........................... 1988 Frank Ross ................................ 1987

GTE Academic All-America Hall of Fame Kermit Washington .................... 1993 First Team Academic All-America Pat Witting ................................. 1987 Kermit Washington .................... 1971 ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA District II Academic All-America First Team Travis Lay .................................. 2008

Paulius Joneliunas ............. 2006, ‘07 Travis Lay ............. 2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Brayden Billbe ............. 2005, ‘06, ‘07 Sekou Lewis ....................... 2005, ‘06 Matej Cresnik ..................... 2004, ‘05 Andres Rodriguez...................... 2004 Jarrod Kohl ................................ 2004 Andre Ingram............................. 2004 Craig Weinstein .... 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Raimondas Petrauskas ............. 2003 Richardas Patiejunas ................ 2003 Ryan Graham ............................ 2003 CAA All-Academic Team Saliou-Binet Telly ....................... 2000 Nathan Smith............... 1996, ‘97, ‘98 Darryl Franklin ............. 1994, ‘95, ‘96 Marko Krivokapic ....................... 1993 Craig Sedmak.............. 1991, ‘92, ‘93 Fred Cooper .............................. 1990 Pat Witting ................................. 1987

Brian Gilmore, ‘09 2-Time Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Frank Ross, ‘87 1,921 Career Points

CAA All-Rookie Team Tim Washington ......................... 2000 Saliou-Binet Telly ....................... 1998 Alex Harris ................................. 1997 Jarion Childs.............................. 1997 Matt Brown ................................ 1995 Brian Gilgeous ........................... 1990 Mike Sumner ............................. 1987 CAA All-Tournament Team Selection Ron Draper ................................ 1990 Brian Gilgeous ........................... 1993 Christian Ast .............................. 1995

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Mike Bersch ............................. 2010 Riley Grafft ............................... 2010 Nick Hendra ............................. 2010 Stephen Lumpkins .................. 2010 Joe Hill...............................2009, ‘10 Simon McCormack ...........2009, ‘10 Matthew Wilson .................. 2009, ‘10 Brian Gilmore ..................... 2006, ‘09 Nick Hendra........................ 2008, ‘09 Bryce Simon ....................... 2008, ‘09 Garrison Carr............................. 2007 Arvydas Eitutavicius .................. 2007

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Nathan Smith, ‘98 3-Time CAA All-Academic Team

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Individual Records Scoring

All-Time Leaders

Scoring Average

Game GAME Points:

54, Willie Jones at Evansville, 3/13/60*

Points At Home: 40, Kermit Washington vs Georgetown, 2/24/73 Field Goals:

19, Russell Bowers vs La Salle, 2/9/80

Field Goals Attempted:

41, Willie Jones at Evansville, 3/13/60

Three-Point Field Goals:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

9, Nathan Smith vs. George Mason, 1/25/97

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted:

15, Joe Hill vs. Lehigh, 2/6/10

15, Garrison Carr vs. Tennessee, 3/21/08 15, Ronald Hearns vs. Virginia Commonwealth, 2/29/00 Free Throws:

18, Willie Jones at Evansville, 3/13/60 18, Robert Lindquist vs Loyola (Md.), 2/5/62

Free Throws Attempted: 22, Willie Jones at Evansville, 3/13/60 Rebounds:

34, Kermit Washington vs Georgetown, 2/6/71

Rebounds on the Road: 30, Al Dillard vs Georgetown, 12/11/61 30, Kermit Washington vs West Chester, 1/26/72 Assists:

19, Andres Rodriguez, at Navy, 1/14/04

Blocks:

10, Kermit Washington vs Georgetown, 2/6/71

Steals:

9, Linas Lekavicius at Bucknell, 1/10/04 * former NCAA record

SEASON Points:

726, Russell Bowers, 1979-80

Points Per Game:

26.9, Russell Bowers, 1979-80

Field Goals:

288, Russell Bowers, 1979-80

Field Goals Attempted:

548, Russell Bowers, 1979-80

Consecutive Field Goals Made:

25, Ray Voelkel, 1978-79*

Three-Point Field Goals:

135, Garrison Carr, 2007-08

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: 299, Garrison Carr, 2007-08 Free Throws:

204, Willie Jones, 1958-59

Free Throws Attempted:

256, Willie Jones, 1958-59

Rebounds:

512, Kermit Washington, 1970-71

Rebounds Per Game:

20.5, Kermit Washington, 1970-71

Assists:

247, Gordon Austin, 1982-83

Blocks:

61, Sean Stevens, 1990-91

Steals:

95, Jarion Childs, 1999-2000

Disqualifications:

Season 54 45 44 41 40 40 39 39 39 39 39 39

Willie Jones vs. Evansville, 3/9/60 Russell Bowers at Harvard, 12/6/80 Willie Jones at Roanoke, 2/7/59 Willie Jones vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 12/20/58 Brian Gilgeous at Mount St. Mary’s, 2/17/93 Kermit Washington vs. Georgetown, 2/24/73 Craig Sedmak at Richmond, 1/30/93 Frank Ross at Dartmouth, 1/28/87 Russell Bowers vs. La Salle, 2/9/80 Willie Jones vs. Ball State, 1958-59 Willie Jones vs. Roanoke, 2/8/58 Ronnie Garshag vs. Bucknell, 1/31/49

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

726 694 683 645 636 626 606 599 589 576

Russell Bowers, 1979-80 Willie Jones, 1958-59 Frank Ross, 1986-87 Frank Ross, 1985-86 Brian Gilgeous, 1992-93 Willie Jones, 1959-60 Garrison Carr, 2007-08 Russell Bowers, 1978-79 Willie Jones, 1957-58 Mark Nickens, 1981-82

Field Goals Attempted:

2,056, Russell Bowers, 1978-81

880, Russell Bowers, 1978-81

302, Garrison Carr, 2005-09

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted:

739, Garrison Carr, 2005-09

Free Throws:

612, Willie Jones, 1957-60

Free Throws Attempted: Rebounds: Rebounds Per Game:

814, Willie Jones, 1957-60 1,478, Kermit Washington, 1970-73 20.1, Kermit Washington, 1970-73

Assists:

691, Gordon Austin, 1979-83

Blocks:

126, Saliou-Binet Telly, 1997-2001

Steals:

295, Jarion Childs, 1999-2000

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4. 5. 6.

10.

Russell ‘Boo’ Bowers, ‘81 AU’s All-Time Leading Scorer, 2,056 pts.

34 33 33 32 31 30 30 30 30 29 29

Kermit Washington vs. Georgetown, 2/6/71 Kermit Washington vs. Loyola (Md.), 2/14/73 Art Beatty vs. La Salle, 1/10/67 Ben Still vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 1/9/65 Kermit Washington vs. LaSalle, 2/21/73 Kermit Washington at West Chester, 1/26/72 Kermit Washington vs. Loyola (Md.), 1970-71 Alton Dillard vs. Baltimore, 1/12/62 Alton Dillard vs. Georgetown, 12/11/61 Art Beatty vs. St. Peter’s, 2/11/67 Art Beatty vs. Susquehanna, 2/9/67

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

512 511 458 455 443 433 431 412 390 387

Kermit Washington, 1970-71 Kermit Washington, 1972-73 Art Beatty, 1966-67 Kermit Washington, 1971-72 Alton Dillard, 1960-61 Richard Wells, 1957-58 Bill Beauchamp, 1958-59 Richard Wells, 1959-60 Art Beatty, 1967-68 Alton Dillard, 1961-62

Career (500 rebounds) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23 24. 25.

1,614, Russell Bowers, 1978-81

Russell Bowers, 1977-81 Willie Jones, 1957-60 Kermit Washington, 1970-73 Wilbur Thomas, 1972-75 Art Beatty, 1965-68 Frank Ross, 1983-87 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Ron Drapers, 1988-90 Gordon Stiles, 1967-70 Ray Ruhling, 1965-68

Rebounds

11. 12. 13.

22.1, Russell Bowers, 1978-81

Three-Point Field Goals:

22.1 20.9 20.1 19.8 19.0 18.1 17.5 16.3 16.1 16.0

1. 2.

Russell Bowers, 1977-81 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Willie Jones, 1957-60 Frank Ross, 1983-87 Andre Ingram, 2003-06 Frank Weiss, 1955-58 Wilbur Thomas, 1972-75 Mark Nickens, 1980-83 Kermit Washington, 1970-73 Nathan Smith, 1994-98 Patrick Doctor, 1998-2002 Ed Sloane, 1979-83 Garrison Carr, 2005-09 Calvin Brown, 1973-77 Leroy Ishman, 1947-51 Art Beatty, 1965-68 Darryl Franklin, 1992-96 Craig Sedmak, 1989-93 Tim Fudd, 1991-96 Derrick Mercer, 2005-09 Chuck West, 1984-89 Richard Wells, 1956-60 Ray Ruhling, 1965-68 Edward Clements, 1956-60 Brock Wortman, 1987-91 Robert Lindquist, 1958-62 Gordon Stiles, 1967-70

10, Robin Hoey, 1979-80

Field Goals:

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

Game

2,056 2,013 1,982 1,921 1,655 1,632 1,543 1,515 1,467 1,465 1,461 1,435 1,412 1,387 1,371 1,350 1,347 1,320 1,303 1,285 1,256 1,220 1,105 1,056 1,043 1,029 1,012

Russell Bowers, 1979-80 George Zuras, 1942-43 Frank Ross, 1986-87 Willie Jones, 1959-60 Willie Jones, 1958-59 Russell Bowers, 1980-81 Frank Ross, 1985-86 Brian Gilgeous, 1992-93 Russell Bowers, 1978-79 Art Beatty, 1966-67

Career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

CAREER Points Per Game:

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

26.9 25.2 25.2 25.0 23.9 23.5 23.0 22.7 22.2 22.0

Career (1,000-point scorers)

* NCAA record

Points:

1. 2.

1,478 1,184 1,126 1,12 1,057 1,05 1,037 1,03 973 97 803 80 729 72 688 68 688 68 682 68 672 67 652 65 652 65 650 65 644 64 639 63 612 61 584 58 577 57 546 54 533 53 525 52 523 52 513 51 513 51

Kermit Washington, 1970-73 Richard Wells, 1956-60 Art Beatty, 1965-68 Bill Beauchamp, 1958-62 Alton Dillard, 1960-64 Gordon Stiles, 1967-70 Wilbur Thomas, 1972-75 Craig Sedmak, 1989-93 Ron Draper, 1988-90 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Vince Schafmeister, 1967-69 Patrick Doctor, 1998-2002 Howie Lassoff, 1974-78 Saliou-Binet Telly, 1997-2001 Russell Bowers, 1977-81 Dave Small, 1995-99 Tim Fudd, 1991-96 Ben Still, 1962-65 Juan Jones, 1980-83 Wilfred Lucas, 1965-68 Calvin Brown, 1973-77 Eric White, 1984-89 Andre Ingram, 2003-07 Keith Gray, 1998-2002 Jim Shickora, 1960-64 Daryl Holmes, 1987-90

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Individual dividual Record Records Assists

Field Goal Percentage

Game 1. 2. 3.

Game 19 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12

6.

10.

Andres Rodriguez* vs. Navy, 1/14/04 Herb Jamison vs. Temple, 2/25/76 Gordon Austin at Wagner, 3/2/83 Gordon Austin at Towson, 2/24/83 Mark Garlitos at St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/13/78 Andres Rodriguez at Lafayette, 2/28/04 Andres Rodriguez vs. ETSU, 12/30/03 Mike Sampson vs. William & Mary, 1/28/85 Gordon Austin at Drexel, 1/9/82 Derrick Mercer vs. Bucknell, 1/14/09 Gordon Austin at Santa Clara, 12/30/82 Gordon Austin vs. UNC-Charlotte, 12/29/82 Gordon Austin at South Alabama, 12/29/81 * Led NCAA for 2003-04 season

1.

Gordon Austin, ‘83 American’s All-Time Leader in Assists, 691 asts.

7. 8. 9. 10.

247 225 195 184 165 165 150 146 145 142

Gordon Austin, 1982-83 Andres Rodriguez, 2003-04 Gordon Austin, 1981-82 Mike Sampson, 1984-85 Mike Garlitos, 1978-79 Gordon Austin, 1980-81 Don Slappy, 1976-77 Darryl Franklin, 1994-95 Andres Rodriguez, 2002-03 Derrick Mercer, 2006-07

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

691 524 505 465 454 350 313 299 296 276

Gordon Austin, 1979-83 Derrick Mercer, 2005-09 Mike Sampson, 1984-88 Andres Rodriguez, 2001-04 Darryl Franklin, 1992-96 Frank Ross, 1983-87 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Duane Gilliam, 1992-96 Brock Wortman, 1987-91 Linas Lekavicius, 2003-2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Art Beatty, ‘68 1,126 Career Rebounds

1. 2.

9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

4.

Linas Lekavicius at Bucknell, 2/7/04 Jarion Childs vs. James Madison, 2/21/98 Mark Nickens at Harvard, 12/6/80 Glenn Stokes vs. Wagner, 12/29/01 Jarion Childs vs. Wagner, 12/4/99 Jarion Childs at Loyola (Md.), 11/29/99 Jarion Childs vs. Catholic, 11/22/99 Jarion Childs vs. VCU, 2/3/99 Darryl Franklin vs. East Carolina, 1/16/96 Mark Nickens at La Salle, 1/12/82

95 91 87 82 75 73 70 69 67 65

Jarion Childs, 1999-2000 Gordon Austin, 1981-82 Mark Nickens, 1982-83 Andres Rodriguez, 2003-04 Mark Nickens, 1981-82 Jarion Childs, 1997-98 Jarion Childs, 1998-99 Mark Nickens, 1980-81 Gordon Austin, 1981-82 Frank Ross, 1986-87

1. 2.

5. 6.

10.

295 235 231 203 184 183 177 175 168 167

Jarion Childs, 1996-2000 Gordon Austin, 1979-83 Mark Nickens, 1980-83 Frank Ross, 1983-87 Darryl Franklin, 1992-96 Mike Sampson, 1984-88 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Ed Sloane, 1979-83 Andres Rodriguez, 2001-04 Duane Gilliam, 1992-96

10 8 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Kermit Washington vs. Georgetown, 2/6/71 Kermit Washington vs. Navy, 2/9/72 Kermit Washington vs. Syracuse, 12/20/71 Kermit Washington vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/8/71 Saliou-Binet Telly at James Madison, 1/21/98 Jordan Nichols at Holy Cross, 1/21/06 Keith Gray vs. James Madison, 2/12/00 Sean Stevens vs. William & Mary, 3/2/91 Sean Stevens at Loyola (Md.), 12/11/90 Jordan Nichols vs. Bucknell, 1/14/09 Jordan Nichols vs. Yale, 1/9/06 Keith Gray vs. Marist, 12/9/98 Saliou-Binet Telly vs. Old Dominion, 1/19/98 Thomas Treadwell vs. Old Dominion, 1/15/97 Craig Sedmak at Coppin State, 12/3/91 Sean Stevens vs. Towson, 2/6/91 Sean Stevens vs. Central Conn. State, 12/8/90 Juan Jones vs. Richmond, 2/26/81 Joe Mitchell vs. West Chester, 1/18/78

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

61 48 44 42 40 38 36 36 35 35

9. 10.

126 112 108 97 93 91 68 62 60 59 59

(75-114) (48-76) (125-203) (79-131) (136-230) (166-286) (47-82) (102-178) (170-300) (135-241) (187-334)

Jordan Nichols, 2008-09 Jordan Nichols, 2007-08 Juan Jones, 1982-83 Keith Gray, 2001-02 Art Beatty, 1965-66 Patrick Doctor, 2001-02 Vince Schafmeister, 1967-68 Jernavis Draughn, 2002-03 Ed Sloane, 1980-81 Gordon Austin, 1981-82 Ron Draper, 1988-89 * Minimum 70 attempts

Sean Stevens, 1990-91 Stephen Lumpkins, 2009-10 Saliou-Binet Telly, 1997-98 Juan Jones, 1982-83 Juan Jones, 1980-81 Craig Sedmak, 1991-92 Thomas Treadwell, 1996-97 Jordan Nichols, 2005-06 Patrick Okpwae, 2004-05 Cornelio Guibunda, 2007-08

.563 .578 .559 .548 .545 .543 .537 .537 .526 .512

(175-311) (257-445) (179-320) (264-482) (880-1614) (170-313) (534-994) (310-577) (174-331) (558-1089)

Jordan Nichols, 2005-09 Juan Jones, 1980-83 Vince Schafmeister, 1967-69 Keith Gray, 1998-2002 Russell Bowers, 1977-81 Bob Harvey, 1978-80 Art Beatty, 1965-68 Jernavis Draughn, 2001-04 Dennis Ross, 1979-81 Ed Sloane, 1979-83

Game 1. 2. 4.

19 18 18 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Russell Bowers vs. La Salle, 2/9/80 Russell Bowers at Harvard, 12/6/80 Willie Jones vs. Evansville, 3/9/60 Russell Bowers at Stetson, 12/28/78 Calvin Brown vs. Rider, 12/17/75 Art Beatty at Fairleigh Dickinson, 1/6/68 Jim Shickora at Catholic, 12/29/62 Willie Jones at Roanoke, 2/7/59 Willie Jones vs. Ball State, 1958-59 Willie Jones vs. Roanoke, 2/8/58

Field Goals Attempted Game

4. 5. 7. 9.

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.658 .632 .616 .603 .591 .580 .573 .573 .567 .560 .560

Field Goals Made

1. 2.

Season

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Game

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Patrick Doctor at Lafayette, 2/9/02 Ed Sloane vs. St. Mary’s, 11/29/82 Duane Gilliam at East Carolina, 2/3/96 Mark Nickens at Gettysburg, 12/8/80 Bryan Palmer at East Carolina, 1/16/93 Bob Harvey at Temple, 2/16/79 Ray Voelkel vs. Trenton State, 12/2/78 Chris Rooney vs. UNC-Wilmington, 1/15/90 Mark Nickens vs. Rider, 3/6/81 Gordon Austin vs. Hofstra, 2/6/81 Leon Kearney at Temple, 2/16/79 * Minimum six attempts

Career

Blocks

Steals Game

(10-10) (10-10) (9-9) (8-8) (7-7) (7-7) (7-7) (6-6) (6-6) (6-6) (6-6)

Season

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

Saliou-Binet Telly, 1997-2001 Juan Jones, 1980-83 Jordan Nichols, 2005-09 Keith Gray, 1998-2002 Craig Sedmak, 1989-93 Patrick Doctor, 1998-2002 Stephen Lumpkins, 2008-Present Sean Stevens, 1989-91 Brayden Billbe, 2003-07 Fernando Aunon, 1981-84 Patrick Okpwae, 2004-05

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

41 32 32 31 30 30 29 29 27 27 27 27 27 27 27

Willie Jones vs. Evansville, 3/9/60 Russell Bowers vs. La Salle, 2/9/80 Johnny Lloyd vs. East Carolina, 1/4/74 Stan Lamb at Stetson, 12/28/78 Russell Bowers at Harvard, 12/6/80 Russell Bowers vs. Hofstra, 2/20/79 Frank Ross at Delaware, 2/16/87 Russell Bowers at Hofstra, 2/25/80 Frank Ross vs. Virginia Tech, 12/28/85 Russell Bowers vs. Rider, 1/21/80 Russell Bowers at James Madison, 12/8/79 Russell Bowers at Stetson, 12/28/78 Stan Lamb at Lafayette, 12/9/78 Stan Lamb at Alabama, 11/25/78 Art Beatty at Fairleigh Dickinson, 1/6/68

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Individual Records Three-Point Percentage

Three-Point Field Goals Made

Free Throw Percentage

Game

Game

Game

1. 2. 3. 5.

1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

1.000 .857 .833 .833 .800 .800 .800 .800 .800 .800 .800 .800 .800

.700 .692 .636 .636 .615 .600 .600 .600 .600 .600 .600 .600 .600

(5-5) (6-7) (5-6) (5-6) (4-5) (4-5) (4-5) (4-5) (4-5) (4-5) (4-5) (4-5) (4-5)

Darryl Franklin vs. Richmond, 2/12/94 Brock Wortman at Wichita State, 12/13/89 Glenn Stokes at Florida State, 12/22/01 Nathan Smith vs. Marymount, 12/9/95 Garrison Carr vs. Holy Cross, 3/5/08 Steven Miles vs. Colgate, 2/2/02 Matt Brown vs. William & Mary 2/28/98 Nathan Smith vs. James Madison, 1/22/96 Christian Ast vs. East Carolina, 3/4/95 Darryl Franklin vs. Tenn.-Martin, 12/10/93 Brock Wortman vs. George Mason, 2/19/91 Mike Sampson at George Mason, 1/27/88 Pat Witting vs. East Carolina, 1/3/87 * Minimum five three-point attempts

(7-10) Glenn Stokes at Pennsylvania, 1/8/03 (9-13) Nathan Smith vs. George Mason, 1/18/97 (7-11) Andre Ingram at Lafayette, 2/25/06 (7-11) Christian Ast at George Washington, 1/3/95 (8-13) Nathan Smith vs. East Carolina, 1/5/98 (6-10) Garrison Carr at Lafayette, 2/2/08 (6-10) Garrison Carr vs. Towson, 12/10/05 (6-10) Glenn Stokes vs. Lafayette, 3/9/03 (6-10) Nathan Smith at Manhattan, 12/30/97 (6-10) Nathan Smith at Montana, 12/6/96 (6-10) Nathan Smith at Robert Morris, 12/10/94 (6-10) Christian Ast at Colorado State, 12/2/94 (6-10) Nathan Smith at Howard, 11/30/94 * Minimum 10 three-point attempts

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.484 .457 .452 .446 .441 .439 .439 .437 .435 .434 .426

(44-91) (37-81) (135-299) (25-56) (49-111) (29-66) (61-139) (66-151) (73-168) (36-83) (52-122)

Brock Wortman, 1989-90 Matej Cresnik, 2003-04 Garrison Carr, 2007-08 Derrick Mercer, 2005-06 Brian Gilgeous, 1992-93 Brock Wortman, 1988-89 Nathan Smith, 1994-95 Brock Wortman, 1990-91 Christian Ast, 1994-95 Derrick Mercer, 2007-08 Darryl Franklin, 1992-95 * Minimum 50 three-point attempts

1. 2.

4.

.452 .421 .415 .413 .409 .408 .402 .401 .397 .392 .385 .383 .368 .367 .360 .357 .353

(149-340) (93-221) (86-207) (107-259) (302-739) (126-309) (80-199) (293-731) (96-242) (71-181) (265-689) (90-235) (53-144) (139-379) (140-389) (81-227) (72-204)

Brock Wortman, 1987-91 Christian Ast, 1993-95 Frank Ross, 1986-87 Matej Cresnik, 2001-05 Garrison Carr, 2005-09 Glenn Stokes, 2001-03 Donald Grant, 1990-92 Nathan Smith, 1994-98 Derrick Mercer, 2005-09 Michael Blackwell, 1991-95 Andre Ingram, 2003-07 Marko Krivokapic, 1991-1995 Dave Olsen, 1997-2000 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Steven Miles, 2001-03 Nick Hendra, 2007-Present Dale Spears, 1987-89 * Minimum 100 3-Point attempts

Nathan Smith vs. George Mason, 1/18/97 Garrison Carr at UMBC, 12/20/08 Andre Ingram at Navy, 1/14/04 Nathan Smith vs. East Carolina, 1/5/98 Garrison Carr at Navy, 1/28/09 Garrison Carr vs. Colorado, 1/5/09 Garrison Carr at Howard, 11/19/08 Garrison Carr at Dayton Flyers, 12/19/07 Andre Ingram at Lafayette, 2/25/06 Glenn Stokes at Pennsylvania, 1/8/03 Ronald Hearns at George Washington, 1/12/00 Nathan Smith vs. William & Mary, 2/22/97 Christian Ast at George Washington, 1/3/95 Frank Ross at William & Mary, 2/23/87

1.

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

135 114 86 85 84 84 82 78 78 73

Garrison Carr, 2007-08 Garrison Carr, 2008-09 Frank Ross, 1986-87 Glenn Stokes, 2002-03 Steven Miles, 2002-03 Nathan Smith, 1997-98 Nathan Smith, 1996-97 Andre Ingram, 2003-04 Andre Ingram, 2006-07 Christian Ast, 1994-95

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

302 293 265 151 149 140 139 126 104 93

Garrison Carr, 2005-09 Nathan Smith, 1994-98 Andre Ingram, 2003-07 Darryl Franklin, 1992-96 Brock Wortman, 1987-91 Steven Miles, 2001-03 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Glenn Stokes, 2001-03 Ronald Hearns, 1999-2001 Christian Ast, 1993-95

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game 1.

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

6.

10.

15 15 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 13

(13-13) (13-13) (12-12) (11-11) (11-11) (10-10) (10-10) (10-10) (10-10) (10-10) (10-10) (10-10) (10-10) (10-10) (10-10)

Donald Grant, vs. Charleston, 2/6/92 Willie Jones, vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 12/20/58 Derrick Mercer, at Saint Francis, 11/10/07 Wilbur Thomas, vs. Appalachian, 12/28/72 Al Dillard, vs. Baltimore, 1960-61 Andre Ingram, vs. Loyola College, 11/20/06 Steven Miles, vs. Navy, 3/8/03 Darryl Franklin, at East Carolina, 2/3/96 Craig Sedmak vs. William & Mary, 1/9/93 Gordon Austin at South Alabama, 12/29/81 Russell Bowers vs. Hofstra, 2/1/80 Russell Bowers vs. St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/13/79 Leon Kearney vs. Baltimore, 2/6/79 Jim Shickora at Baltimore, 1963 Willie Jones vs. Georgetown, 1/7/59 * Minimum 10 free throw attempts

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.905 .904 .900 .892 .890 .880 .868 .862 .860 .855

(95-105) (66-73) (72-80) (91-102) (49-55) (81-92) (59-68) (75-87) (74-86) (59-69)

Arvydas Eitutavicius, 2006-07 Mark Garlitos, 1978-79 Brock Wortman, 1990-91 Garrison Carr, 2005-06 Steve Nesmith, 1984-85 Glenn Stokes, 2001-02 Bill Kagarise, 1968-69 Arvydas Eitutavicius, 2005-06 Nathan Smith, 1997-98 Brock Wortman, 1989-90 * Minimum 50 free throw attempts

(172-197) (204-235) (157-183) (258-310) (144-173) (198-239) (191-231) (124-150) (183-222) (231-281)

Arvydas Eitutavicius, 2003-07 Brock Wortman, 1987-91 Glenn Stokes, 2001-03 Nathan Smith, 1994-98 Steven Miles, 2001-03 Garrison Carr, 2005-09 Donald Grant, 1990-92 Pat Witting, 1983-87 Ray Ruhling, 1966-68 Johnny Lloyd, 1971-74 * Minimum 150 free throw attempts p

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9. 10.

.873 .868 .858 .832 .832 .828 .827 .827 .824 .822

Joe Hill vs. Lehigh, 2/6/10 Garrison Carr vs. Lafayette, 2/28/09 Garrison Carr vs. UMBC, 12/20/08 Garrison Carr vs. Tennessee, 3/21/08 Andre Ingram at Navy, 1/14/04 Ronald Hearns vs. VCU, 2/29/00 Andre Ingram at Lafayette, 2/19/05 Ronald Hearns at James Madison, 1/13/01 Ronald Hearns at West Virginia, 11/21/00 Thomas Treadwell at George Mason, 2/24/97 Nine Student-Athletes

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

299 293 229 213 207 207 203 197 187 184

Garrison Carr, 2007-08 Garrison Carr, 2008-09 Steven Miles, 2002-03 Nathan Smith, 1997-98 Frank Ross, 1986-87 Nathan Smith, 1996-97 Glenn Stokes, 2002-03 Andre Ingram, 2003-04 Ronald Hearns, 1999-2000 Andre Ingram, 2006-07

Career 1. 2 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

739 731 689 435 389 379 344 340 309 294

Garrison Carr, 2005-09 Nathan Smith, 1994-98 Andre Ingram, 2003-07 Darryl Franklin, 1992-96 Steven Miles, 2001-03 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Ronald Hearns, 1999-2001 Brock Wortman, 1987-91 Glenn Stokes, 2001-03 Arvydas Eitutavicius, 2003-07

Garrison Carr, ‘09 AU Record 739 Career Three-Pointers

Frank ank Weiss, ‘58 1,632 632 Career Points

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Individual Records Free Throws Attempted Game 1. 2.

22 21 21 18 17 17 17 17 17 16

Willie Jones vs. Evansville, 3/9/60 Robert Linquist vs. Loyola (Md.), 2/17/62 Richard Wells at Towson, 2/17/59 Gordon Stiles vs. Rider, 2/22/69 Garrison Carr vs. Bucknell, 1/14/09 Patrick Doctor vs. Lafayette, 3/3/02 Brian Williams at Jacksonville, 12/21/00 Tim Fudd vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 12/3/92 Stan Lamb vs. Syracuse, 1/8/79 Ten Student-Athletes

Season 1. 256 2. 211 3. 201 4. 192 5. 189 6. 184 7. 183 8. 182 9. 177 177

Willie Jones, 1958-59 Brian Gilgeous, 1992-93 Ron Draper, 1989-90 Brian Gilgeous, 1990-91 Russell Bowers, 1979-80 Donald Grant, 1991-92 Kermit Washington, 1970-71 Ed Sloane, 1981-82 82 Gordon Stiles, 1969-70 70 Brian Gilgeous, 1991-92 92

Career 1. 814 2. 714 3. 518 518 5. 467 467 7. 459 8. 450 9. 448 10. 443

Willie Jones, 1957-60 60 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 93 Russell Bowers, 1977-81 81 Ed Sloane, 1979-83 83 Chuck West, 1985-89 89 Tim Fudd, 1991-96 96 Kermit Washington, 1970-73 73 Darryl Franklin, 1992-96 96 Gordon Austin, 1979-83 83 Mike Sampson, 1984-88 88

4. 5.

9.

Brian Gilgeous, ‘93 2,013 Career Points

Willie Jones, ‘64 AU Record 612 Career Free Throws

Wilbur Thomas, ‘75 1,543 Career Points

Minutes Played Game 1. 2. 3. 4.

Free Throws Made Game 1. 3. 4.

8.

18 Robert Lindquist vs. Loyola (Md.), 2/17/62 18 Willie Jones vs. Evansville, 3/9/60 16 Richard Wells at Towson, 2/17/59 15 Patrick Doctor vs. Lafayette, 3/3/02 15 Brian Williams at Jacksonville, 12/21/00 15 Stan Lamb vs. Syracuse, 1/8/79 15 Eddie Clements vs. Adelphi, 1959 14 Vlad Moldoveanu at Colgate, 2/13/10 14 Vlad Modoveanu vs. Navy, 1/27/10 14 Jim Shickora vs. Quantico Marines, 11/30/62 14 Bill Beauchamp vs. Quantico Marines, 12/14/60 14 Willie Jones at St. Peter’s, 2/14/59 14 Eddie Clements vs. New Haven, 1958-59

Season 204 177 157 150 134 130 129 125 125 10. 122 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Career 1. 612 2. 538 3. 386 4. 352 5. 331 6. 323 7. 319 8. 313 9. 309 10. 300

Willie Jones, 1958-59 Brian Gilgeous, 1992-93 Donald Grant, 1991-92 Russell Bowers, 1979-80 Brian Gilgeous, 1991-92 Brian Gilgeous, 1990-91 Ron Draper, 1989-90 Ray Ruhling, 1966-67 Gordon Austin, 1981-82 Frank Ross, 1986-87

Willie Jones, 1957-60 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Russell Bowers, 1977-81 Darryl Franklin, 1992-96 Gordon Austin, 1979-83 Chuck West, 1985-89 Ed Sloane, 1979-83 Kermit Washington, 1970-73 Tim Fudd, 1991-96 Patrick Doctor, 1998-2002

6. 7. 9. 10.

56 Steve Pendergast at Lehigh, 1/21/84 84 55 Frank Ross at Lehigh, 1/21/84 84 53 Donald Grant vs. UNC-Wilmington, 1/20/92 92 50 Frank Ross at Delaware, 2/16/87 87 50 Steve Nesmith at Lehigh, 1/21/84 84 49 Jarion Childs vs. Virginia Commonwealth, 2/29/00 00 48 Andre Ingram at Army, 1/18/06 06 48 Andre Ingram at Fairfield, 11/10/06 06 47 Vlad Moldoveanu at Colgate, 2/13/10 10 46 Mark Garlitos at Stetson, 12/28/78 78

Patrick Doctor, ‘02 672 Career Rebounds

Linas Lekavicius, ‘07 276 Career Assists

Games Played Career 1. 124 2. 119 119 4. 118 5. 117 6. 116 7. 115 8. 112 112 112 11. 111 12. 110 13. 109 109 109

Derrick Mercer, 2005-09 Garrison Carr, 2005-09 Brian Gilmore, 2005-09 Andre Ingram, 2003-07 Jordan Nichols, 2005-09 Gordon Austin, 1979-83 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Keith Gray, 1998-2002 Ed Sloane, 1979-83 Saliou-Binet Telly, 1997-2001 Craig Sedmak, 1989-93 Darryl Franklin, 1992-96 Mike Sampson, 1984-88 Tim Fudd, 1991-96 Duane Gilliam, 1992-96

Games Started Career 1. 122 2. 117 3. 110 4. 105 5. 94 6. 93 7. 90 8. 89 9. 85 10. 82

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Derrick Mercer, 2005-09 Andre Ingram, 2003-07 Darryl Franklin, 1992-96 Brian Gilgeous, 1989-93 Patrick Doctor, 1998-02 Craig Sedmak, 1989-93 Saliou-Binet Telly, 1997-2001 Tim Fudd, 1991-96 Juan Jones, 1980-83 Nathan Smith, 1994-98

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Team Records Points Scored

All-Time Records

1. 2. 3.

GAME Points:

128, vs. Florida International, 1/16/89

Opponent Points:

127, Syracuse, 1964-65

Largest Combined Score: 226, (La Salle 123, American 103), 2/3/79

6. 7.

Victory Margin:

9.

61, vs. Marymount (123-62), 12/9/95

Loss Margin:

60, Syracuse (127-67), 12/2/64

Field Goal Percentage:

.697, (23-33) vs. South Alabama, 12/29/81

Rebounds:

88, vs. Lafayette, 12/29/72

Free Throw Percentage:

1.000, (19-19) vs. Temple, 1960-61

1.000, (16-16) vs. William & Mary, 2/28/98 1.000, (14-14) vs. Drexel, 1/4/78 1.000 (10-10) vs. Colgate, 2/23/03 Assists:

31, vs. St. Mary’s, 12/13/78 31, vs. Catholic, 12/3/75 31, vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/11/74

Blocks:

13, vs. Virginia Commonwealth, 2/29/00

Steals:

21, vs. Stetson, 12/28/78

Personal Fouls:

35, vs. Bucknell, 1/12/80

Points: Field Goals:

2,373, in 1980-81

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

1,834, in 1988-89

Field Goal Percentage:

.523 (863-1648), in 1981-82

Free Throw Percentage:

.750, in 1964-65

1.

6. 7.

10.

1,610, in 1957-58

Points Per Game Average:

85.2, in 1972-73

4.

Personal Fouls:

643, in 1983-84

Disqualifications:

28, in 1983-84 & 1979-80

Victories:

24, in 2008-09 & 1980-81

Losses:

22, in 1983-84

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Syracuse, 1964-65 Utah State, 1963-64 vs. La Salle, 2/3/79 at DePaul, 12/14/88 vs. George Mason, 1/29/94 Connecticut, 1964-65 Georgetown, 1964-65 vs. La Salle, 2/5/89 vs. Alabama, 11/25/78 at Mount St. Mary’s, 1956-57

10 10 10 11 11 12 14 14 14 16

Hampden-Sydney, 1933-34 Gallaudet, 1929-30 St. John’s (Md.), 1927-28 Randolph Macon, 1934-35 Johns Hopkins, 1929-30 George Washington, 1926-27 St. John’s (Md.), 1933-34 St. John’s (Md.), 1931-32 Duquesne, 1929-30 Catholic, 1927-28

7. 9.

9 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 15 15

Gallaudet, 1929-30 George Washington, 1928-29 High Point, 1926-27 Elon, 1932-33 Maryland State, 1930-31 Bridgewater, 1926-27 Gallaudet, 1931-32 Blue Ridge, 1926-27 Catholic, 1929-30 Shenandoah, 1926-27

Largest Margin of Victory 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

10.

61 57 53 48 45 45 44 44 44 43

(123-62) (93-36) (105-52) (111-63) (79-34) (98-53) (103-59) (94-50) (96-52) (79-36)

1. 2. 3.

6. 8. 9. 10.

vs. Marymount, 12/9/95 vs. Gallaudet, 1957-58 vs. St. Mary’s (Md.), 11/29/82 at Western Maryland, 1957-58 vs. Juniata, 1/6/61 vs. Washington, 1950-51 vs. St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/3/86 vs. Trenton State, 12/2/78 vs. Loyola (Md.), 1974-75 Gallaudet, 1946-47

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

(67-127) (60-115) (32-83) (26-70) (33-76) (64-106) (58-98) (67-107) (59-99) (35-75)

Syracuse, 1964-65 Connecticut, 1964-65 Juniata, 1943-44 Georgetown, 1941-42 at Florida, 12/23/00 at Duquesne, 12/4/67 at Clemson, 1977-78 at North Carolina State, 1/26/70 Duquesne, 1963-64 vs. George Mason, 12/5/05

49 48 47 47 47 46 46 45 44 43 43 43 43

at Western Maryland, 1957-58 vs. St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/13/79 at Gettysburg, 12/11/86 at Harvard, 12/6/80 at St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/13/78 vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/11/74 vs. Duquesne, 2/12/73 vs. Marymount, 12/9/95 vs. Florida International, 1/16/89 vs. St. Mary’s (Md.), 11/29/82 vs. Catholic, 2/19/82 vs. La Salle, 2/3/79 vs. Trenton State, 12/2/78

100 97 95 90 88 87 86 86 83 83

vs. Baltimore, 12/11/68 vs. Rhode Island, 1965 vs. Susquehanna, 2/16/68 vs. St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/13/79 vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/8/93 vs. Virginia Commonwealth, 2/29/00 vs. La Salle, 2/3/79 vs. Catholic, 12/29/62 at Old Dominion, 2/18/98 at Stetson, 12/28/78

Highest Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.697 .677 .667 .650 .646 .635 .634 .630 .629 .627 .627 .627 .627 .627

(23-33) (42-62) (34-51) (26-40) (31-48) (33-52) (26-41) (29-46) (22-35) (32-51) (32-51) (37-59) (47-75) (47-75)

vs. South Alabama, 12/29/81 vs. Wagner, 1/6/78 at Bucknell, 1/14/78 at Tennessee, 12/18/81 at Colgate, 1/17/09 at North Carolina A&T, 12/7/01 at Rider, 3/3/82 at Notre Dame, 12/21/03 vs. UNC-Wilmington, 12/28/81 at Bucknell, 1/16/82 at Catholic, 12/3/75 at Rider, 12/6/78 at Gettysburg, 12/11/86 at St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/13/78

Most Three-Point Field Goals 1. 2. 4.

60 55 51 44 43 42 40 40 40 40

(102-123) vs. La Salle, 2/3/79 (113-112) Susquehanna, 1965-66 (100-125) Utah State, 1963-64 (128-90) vs. Florida International, 1/16/89 (102-115) vs. George Mason, 1/29/94 (112-96) vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/8/93 (112-94) Old Dominion, 1965-66 (106-99) vs. UNC-Wilmington, 2/13/93 (113-92) vs. Central Connecticut State, 12/8/90 (85-120) at DePaul, 12/14/88

Most Field Goal Attempts

Largest Margin of Defeat 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

226 225 225 218 217 208 206 205 205 205

Most Field Goals Made

127 125 123 120 115 115 112 111 110 110

Fewest Points Allowed 1. 2.

Rebounds:

1. 2.

Fewest Points Scored

909, in 1980-81

Field Goals Attempted:

Largest Combined Score vs. Florida International, 1/16/89 vs. Marymount, 12/9/95 at Gettysburg, 12/11/86 vs. St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/13/79 Stetson, 1963-64 vs. Baltimore, 1954 vs. Central Connecticut State, 12/8/90 Susqehanna, 1965-66 vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/8/93 Old Dominion, 1965-66

Points Allowed

4.

SEASON

128 123 116 116 116 114 113 113 112 112

8.

15 14 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12

vs. Towson, 12/10/05 at Navy, 1/14/04 at North Carolina A&T, 12/7/01 vs. Lehigh, 2/15/03 vs. Army, 2/2/03 at George Washington, 1/3/95 vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/8/93 at Lafayette, 2/28/04 vs. George Washington, 1/2/03 vs. Army, 2/27/03 vs. Lehigh, 3/2/02

Ray Ruhling, ‘68 1,105 Career Points

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Team Records Record Most Three-Point Attempts

Highest Free Throw Percentage

1. 2. 3. 4.

1.

6.

9.

36 35 34 32 32 31 31 31 30 30 30

vs. East Carolina, 1/23/95 at Fairfield, 12/22/02 vs. Lehigh, 2/6/10 at College of Charleston, 12/20/02 at West Virginia, 11/21/00 vs. Villanova, 3/19/09 vs. Towson, 12/10/05 vs. Old Dominion, 1/19/98 vs. Lafayette, 3/1/03 at Missouri, 11/22/02 vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/8/93

5. 6. 7.

10.

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .952 .947 .944 .944 .944 .943

(19-19) vs. Temple, 1960-61 (16-16) vs. William & Mary, 2/28/98 (14-14) vs. Drexel, 1/4/78 (10-10) vs. Colgate, 2/23/03 (20-21) at Army, 2/6/02 (18-19) vs. George Washington, 1/20/73 (17-18) at Bucknell, 2/7/04 (17-18) at Virginia, 12/28/06 (17-18) at Saint Francis, 11/10/07 (33-35) vs. Central Connecticut State, 12/8/90 *Minimum 10 free throw attempts

Highest Three-Point Percentage

Most Rebounds

1.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

3.

6. 7. 8. 9.

.727 .727 .667 .667 .667 .647 .636 .625 .615 .611 .611 .611

(8-11) (8-11) (8-12) (10-15) (10-15) (11-17) (7-11) (10-16) (8-13) (11-18) (11-18) (11-18)

vs. Marymount, 12/9/95 at James Madison, 1/12/87 at Old Dominion, 2/8/93 at Virginia Commonwealth, 11/15/04 vs. Lafayette, 3/1/08 vs. ETSU, 12/30/03 vs. East Carolina, 1/3/87 at Lafayette, 2/25/06 at Cincinnati, 11/23/91 at Jacksonville, 11/22/08 vs. Morgan State, 11/14/06 at Lehigh, 1/12/08 *Minimum 10 three-point attempts

3. 4.

7. 9.

40 40 38 36 36 36 35 35 34 34 34

vs. Mount St. Mary’s,12/3/92 vs. Loyola (Md.), 2/17/62 vs. Loyola (Md.), 11/20/06 vs. Florida International, 1/16/89 vs. Loyola (Md.), 1967 vs. Georgetown,1/7/59 at Florida International, 2/4/87 vs. Lynchburg,1960-61 vs. East Carolina, 1/16/96 at George Mason, 1/25/95 vs. William & Mary, 2/8/92

Most Free Throw Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

58 55 52 50 49 48 48 47 47 46

vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 12/3/92 at Florida International, 2/4/87 vs. Loyola (Md.), 2/17/62 at Towson, 2/17/59 vs. Loyola (Md.), 1967 vs. Florida International, 1/16/89 vs. Loyola (Md.), 11/20/06 vs. Clark, 11/29/88 vs. Loyola (Md.), 1963 vs. West Chester, 1/17/79

vs. Lafayette, 12/29/72 vs. Baltimore, 12/11/67 vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/9/71 at Adelphi, 1/26/67 vs. Susqehanna, 2/16/68 vs. Loyola (Md.), 2/14/73 at Susquehanna, 2/3/69 at Adelphi, 2/6/68 at Fairleigh Dickinson, 1/6/68 vs. Marymount, 12/9/95 vs. Coast Guard, 12/28/62

Most Assists 1.

Most Free Throws Made 1.

Darryl Franklin, ‘96 454 Career Assists

9. 10.

88 84 83 72 71 70 69 69 68 65 65

4. 5.

8.

31 31 31 28 27 27 27 26 26 26

at St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/13/78 vs. Catholic, 12/3/75 vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/11/74 vs. St. Mary’s (Md.), 12/13/79 at Gettysburg, 1/5/80 vs. King’s, 2/27/75 vs. Howard, 12/17/74 at Navy, 1/14/04 vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/8/93 at Fairfield, 1/7/78

Most Blocked Shots 1. 2. 3. 4.

Calvin Brown, ‘78 546 Career Rebounds

13 10 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

vs. Va. Commonwealth, 2/29/00 at James Madison, 1/21/98 vs. James Madison, 2/12/00 vs. Villanova, 3/19/09 at Holy Cross, 1/21/06 vs. James Madison, 2/24/01 at Va. Commonwealth, 2/23/00 at William & Mary, 1/31/01 at George Washington, 1/12/00 vs. Howard, 12/12/00 vs. William & Mary, 1/13/99 vs. Western Maryland, 11/24/98 vs. Old Dominion, 1/19/98 vs. William & Mary, 3/2/91 at Loyola (Md.), 12/11/90 vs. Central Conn. State, 12/8/90 vs. West Chester, 1/18/78 vs. Washington, 12/4/77

Most Steals 1. 2.

5.

8.

Mark Nickens, 1980-83 1,515 Career Points

21 20 20 20 19 19 19 18 18 18 18

at Stetson, 12/28/78 vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 12/3/92 vs. Lehigh, 3/1/82 vs. Rider, 1/21/80 vs. Whittier, 11/30/81 at Catholic, 2/21/81 at Gettysburg, 1/5/80 at Bucknell, 2/7/04 at William & Mary, 1/13/96 vs. Howard, 12/16/95 vs. Drexel, 2/26/79

Richard Wells, ‘65 1,184 Career Rebounds

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Year-By-Year Results Opponent Bridgewater Shenandoah Virginia Commonwealth Gettysburg Maryland Bridgewater High Point George Washington Catholic Lynchburg Western Maryland Blue Ridge New York University Gallaudet George Washington Shenandoah Gallaudet St. John’s (Md.) Catholic

1933-1934 (0-10) Coach: Walter Young

1929-1930 (11-10) Coach: Walter Young

1926-1927 (15-4) Coach: Springston Score 55-35 45-26 48-18 34-27 21-16 34-13 36-12 21-18 22-34 36-21 31-25 27-14 30-16 39-25 12-23 40-15 17-25 27-25 24-29

W/L W W W W W W W W L W W W W W L W L W L

Opponent Maryland State High Point Gallaudet Duquesne Maryland State Catholic Johns Hopkins Elon George Washington Virginia Commonwealth Hampden-Sydney Loyola (Md.) Carnegie Duquesne Davis & Elkins Salem Navy Catholic Pennsylvania Military St. John’s (Md.) Virginia Commonwealth

Score 37-21 25-30 10-9 18-32 30-18 26-19 11-25 29-26 22-29 26-24 20-34 21-18 21-31 14-27 37-50 42-25 25-30 21-15 38-32 21-30 50-30

W/L W L W L W W L W L W L W L L L W L W W L W

Score 37-13 23-21 18-32 50-32 29-19 26-20 26-24 20-34 21-31 37-50 42-25 25-30 38-32 16-17 50-30

W/L W W L W W W W L L L W L W L W

Score 37-17 32-25 37-21 31-19 19-17 22-20 27-21 31-19 14-27 33-14 41-28 31-29 18-25 40-18

W/L W W W W W W W W L W W W L W

Score 32-16 31-20 49-19 28-27 24-39 26-18 27-22 27-29 38-13 32-26 44-25 36-20 43-31

W/L W W W W L W W L W W W W W

1930-31 (9-6) Coach: Walter Young

American’s First Basketball Team, 1926-27

1927-1928 (5-10) 1927 1928 (5 10) Coach: Springston Opponent Gettysburg High Point George Washington Catholic High Point Loyola Duquesne Catholic Blue Ridge St. John’s (Md.) Duquesne Loyola St. Bonaventure Brooklyn Tech George Washington

Score 30-40 29-22 23-21 20-29 22-27 27-25 29-34 16-51 28-22 10-15 18-24 18-25 25-35 33-26 25-28

W/L L W W L L W L L W L L L L W L

Score 30-21 29-22 39-43 46-28 33-12 55-40 25-28 21-46 35-29 40-48 39-35 47-28 26-27 23-25 33-31 29-22

W/L W W L W W W L L W L W W L L W W

1928-1929 (10-6) Coach: Springston Opponent Gallaudet Virginia Commonwealth Gettysburg Elizabethtown George Washington Baltimore Catholic at Navy George Washington Duquesne Juniata Virginia Commonwealth Juniata Duquesne St. John’s (Md.) Catholic

82

Opponent Maryland State Gallaudet Duquesne Maryland State Catholic Elon Virginia Commonwealth Hampden-Sydney Carnegie Tech Davis & Elkins Salem at Navy V.M.I. St. John’s (Md.) Virginia Commonwealth 1931-1932 (12-2) Coach: Walter Young Opponent Maryland State Hampden-Sydney Randolph Macon Elon St. John’s (Md.) at Navy Randolph Macon Elon St. John’s (Md.) Gallaudet Bridgewater Pennsylvania Military Villanova Virginia Commonwealth 1932-1933 (11-2) Coach: Walter Young Opponent Maryland State Hampden-Sydney Virginia Commonwealth Hampden-Sydney at Navy St. John’s (Md.) Bridgewater Randolph-Macon Elon St. John’s (Md.) Lynchburg Bridgewater Virginia Commonwealth

Opponent Maryland State Gallaudet Lynchburg Bridgewater St. John’s (MD) Hampden-Sydney Randolph-Macon V.M.I. Hampden-Sydney St. John’s (MD)

Score 19-33 22-28 23-34 15-18 23-36 10-20 18-40 26-31 28-30 14-53

W/L L L L L L L L L L L

Score 28-30 20-37 17-38 33-35 11-41 40-32 21-37 19-37 24-36 20-42 30-38 27-43 21-32 19-35 28-31

W/L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L

Score 22-41 26-24 18-32 38-27 17-38 30-44 14-45 23-48 27-35 27-29 36-43 32-37 22-51 28-30

W/L L W L W L L L L L L L L L L

Score 30-58 25-41 34-27 19-31 35-38 30-26 30-40 42-21 43-33 28-27 29-47 36-23 38-30 33-51 47-48 19-51 49-19

W/L L L W L L W L W W W L W W L L L W

Score 34-28 29-38 27-38 29-23 25-30 33-41 50-24

W/L W L L W L L W

1934-1935 (1-14) Coach: Walter Young Opponent Hampden-Sydney Maryland State Lynchburg Virginia Commonwealth Randolph-Macon Gallaudet Wilson Lynchburg Hampden-Sydney St. John’s (Md.) Bridgewater Randolph-Macon Bridgewater St. John’s (Md.) Virginia Commonwealth 1935-1936 (2-12) Coach: Walter Young Opponent Hampden-Sydney Maryland State Lynchburg Gallaudet St. John’s (Md.) Virginia Commonwealth Randolph-Macon Randolph-Macon St. John’s (Md.) Bridgewater Bridgewater Lynchburg Hampden-Sydney Virginia Commonwealth 1936-1937 (8-9) Coach: Paul Smith Opponent Johns Hopkins Hampden-Sydney Maryland State Bridgewater Lynchburg Hampden-Sydney St. John’s (Md.) Gallaudet Lynchburg Virginia Commonwealth Randolph-Macon St. John’s (Md.) Bridgewater Randolph-Macon Johns Hopkins C.C.N.Y. Virginia Commonwealth 1937-1938 (8-6) Coach: Stafford Cassell Opponent Western Maryland Catholic Johns Hopkins Virginia Tech Randolph-Macon Virginia Virginia Commonwealth

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Year-By-Year Results Catholic Randolph-Macon Hampden-Sydney Bridgewater Hampden-Sydney Drew Virginia Commonwealth

22-32 33-31 39-43 38-24 51-38 33-27 47-29

L W L W W W W

Score 34-28 35-51 33-50 23-43 31-41 38-33 36-34 31-33 45-47 36-33 38-49 42-35 56-48 53-44 41-18

W/L W L L L L W W L L W L W W W W

Score 36-47 30-44 35-29 33-30 55-42 32-42 41-40 49-41 39-42 50-72 39-56 41-43 36-41 43-38

W/L L L W W W L W W L L L L L W

Score 39-40 35-41 54-53 37-42 34-46 48-34 45-30 38-32 17-32 33-42 25-37 50-41 45-40 50-40 44-45

W/L L L W L L W W W L L L W W W L

1938-1939 (8-7) Coach: Stafford Cassell Opponent Western Maryland Georgetown Seton Hall Manhattan Hampden-Sydney at Bucknell Western Maryland Gallaudet Virginia Commonwealth Randolph Macon Hampden-Sydney Bridgewater Juniata Johns Hopkins Virginia Commonwealth 1939-1940 (6-8) Coach: Stafford Cassell Opponent Bucknell Georgetown Randolph-Macon Randolph-Macon Delaware Georgetown Western Maryland Johns Hopkins Juniata at Bucknell Swarthmore Western Maryland Drexel Elizabethtown 1940-1941 (7-8) Coach: Stafford Cassell Opponent William & Mary Georgetown Elizabethtown Delaware Dickinson Pennsylvania Military Randolph-Macon Swarthmore Penn State Virginia Tech Randolph-Macon Juniata University of Mexico Western Maryland Johns Hopkins 1941-1942 (8-8) Coach: Stafford Cassell Opponent Gallaudet Georgetown Johns Hopkins Loyola Penn State Randolph-Macon Gallaudet Catholic Juniata Randolph-Macon Western Maryland Western Maryland Catholic Swarthmore Mount St. Mary’s Loyola

Score 61-37 26-70 34-41 33-42 26-53 56-48 59-33 61-33 57-53 39-45 45-43 55-66 61-35 57-72 47-42 34-61

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1946-1947 (14-11) Coach: Stafford Cassell

1942-1943 (4-8) Coach: Cal Kalijarvi Opponent Curtis Bay Catholic Boston Georgetown Catholic Bridgewater Swarthmore Bolling Field William & Mary William & Mary Loyola Gallaudet

Score 43-57 38-44 43-42 39-25 43-52 49-47 60-64 34-54 40-54 51-63 42-38 40-45

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Score 41-36 26-32 46-42 25-61 34-48 32-83 46-34 31-36 34-49 30-64 44-58 73-46 52-59 24-21 27-39

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Score 59-49 76-38 55-45 76-35 42-39 40-38 41-32 51-48 52-28 56-55 29-43 76-43 41-32 45-34 59-55 70-36

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Score 49-45 38-53 49-33 55-41 64-27 84-49 59-53 49-37 54-49 55-43 62-58 49-34 48-49 43-49 55-27 48-27 48-65 49-43 55-39 52-28 50-39

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Opponent Quantico Marines King’s C.C.N.Y. Catholic Washington Johns Hopkins Loyola William & Mary Randolph-Macon Virginia Virginia Tech Quantico Marines Washington Gallaudet at Bucknell Bucknell Penn State Randolph-Macon Gallaudet Catholic Western Maryland Western Maryland Mount St. Mary’s Loyola Washington

1943-1944 (5-10) Coach: Cal Kalijarvi Opponent Bridgewater Loyola Washington Marshall Army War College Juniata Navy Thunderbirds Gallaudet Catholic Coast Guard Loyola Gallaudet Catholic Ox Fiber Brush Co. Mount St. Mary’s

Opponent Quantico Marines at C.C.N.Y. at Connecticut Baltimore Maryland State Mount St. Mary’s Muhlenberg Western Maryland Loyola at Penn State Quantico Marines at Quantico Marines Catholic Connecticut Randolph-Macon at Scranton at Muhlenberg at Mount St. Mary’s Johns Hopkins at Western Maryland at Catholic at Siena at Loyola Maryland State Loyola Randolph-Macon Towson State Randolph-Macon

1945-1946 (17-4) Coach: Arthur Boyd Mason-Dixon Conference Champions Opponent Loyola C.C.N.Y. Gallaudet Washington Western Maryland Army War College War Department Washington Loyola Johns Hopkins Western Maryland Catholic Gallaudet Randolph-Macon Catholic Georgetown Georgetown Randolph-Macon Randolph-Macon Washington Western Maryland

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Score 65-43 57-66 37-48 76-33 67-34 57-42 54-56 65-49 55-64 25-45 50-46 44-65 55-50 48-52 67-37 67-58 52-59 66-48 83-48 52-54 61-56 45-52 54-48 57-28 43-49 64-38 47-21 52-33

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Score 67-32 50-47 47-66 55-52 51-57 59-43 59-45 66-38 42-45 58-40 58-44 48-46 41-62 75-41 60-39 59-61 73-33 59-65 63-47

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1947-1948 (17-11) Coach: Stafford Cassell

1944-1945 (15-1) Coach: Arthur Boyd Mason-Dixon Conference Champions Opponent Gallaudet Washington Bridgewater Loyola Loyola Mount St. Mary’s Randolph-Macon Bridgewater Johns Hopkins Mount St. Mary’s Washington Gallaudet Randolph-Macon Randolph-Macon Bridgewater Johns Hopkins

Score 63-48 33-43 58-64 47-40 48-53 45-40 55-51 44-48 51-48 35-50 48-45 47-48 44-27 52-42 40-71 54-51 36-46 60-43 79-36 54-33 68-71 56-46 58-63 55-57 59-48

1948-1949 (17-9; 11-3 Mason-Dixon) Coach: Stafford Cassell Date 11/26 12/1 12/3 12/4 12/8 12/9 12/14 12/17 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/31 2/4 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/15

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Opponent Towson State* at Connecticut at St. Francis (N.Y.) at Brooklyn Polytechnic at Virginia at Randolph-Macon* Penn State Western Maryland* at Siena Catholic* Randolph-Macon* Mount St. Mary’s* at Loyola* Bucknell Baltimore* at Western Maryland* Gallaudet* Davis & Elkins Loyola*

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American University Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results 2/15 Loyola* 2/17 at Catholic* 2/19 at Baltimore* 2/23 at Penn State 2/25 at Mount St. Mary’s* 2/26 Lycoming 3/3 Western Maryland% 3/4 Loyola% * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs

63-47 44-33 56-44 50-63 49-64 61-28 84-60 71-77

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Score 67-50 62-41 63-68 56-62 49-57 65-61 65-47 44-50 58-67 69-56 60-56 64-56 75-55 54-74 74-66 90-67 80-58 68-44 79-62 24-38 64-59 71-58 74-52 63-35 85-57 85-74 75-58 78-57 55-54 50-54

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1953-1954 (12-13; 8-4 Mason-Dixon) Coach: Dutch Schulze Date

1949-1950 (22-8; 12-1 Mason Dixon) Coach: Stafford Cassell Mason-Dixon Conference Champions Opponent at Quantico Marines Brooklyn Polytechnic vs. Georgetown Davis & Elkins vs. Penn State Roanoke Ohio Wesleyan at Loyola* at Virginia at Hampden-Sydney* Mount St. Mary’s* at Catholic* at Lycoming at Penn State at Western Maryland* University of Mexico Lynchburg* Drexel Bucknell at Siena Catholic* at Baltimore* Loyola* Randolph-Macon* Western Maryland* at Mount St. Mary’s* Baltimore% Washington% Loyola% Pepperdine! * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs ! indicates NAIB Tournament 1950-51 (18-10; 11-5 Mason-Dixon) Coach: Stafford Cassell Mason-Dixon Conference Champions Date Opponent 12/2 Quantico Marines 12/4 Towson State* 12/7 at Catholic* 12/11 vs. Penn State 12/16 Davis & Elkins 12/19 vs. Georgetown 1/6 Lynchburg* 1/8 Baltimore* 1/12 Hampden-Sydney* 1/15 at Washington* 1/19 at Mount St. Mary’s* 1/20 at Drexel 1/27 at Navy 2/3 Catholic* 2/6 Virginia 2/8 Baltimore* 2/10 at Randolph-Macon* 2/14 at Loyola* 2/17 Western Maryland* 2/21 at Penn State 2/23 Mount St. Mary’s* 2/26 Washington* 3/1 at Roanoke* 3/2 at Lynchburg* 3/8 Mount St. Mary’s% 3/9 Western Maryland% 3/10 Johns Hopkins! 3/12 Baldwin Wallace! * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs ! indicates NCAA Eastern Regional games

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1950-51 Team

1951-1952 (17-8; 12-3 Mason-Dixon) Coach: Stafford Cassell Date

Opponent Score at Bainbridge Naval 56-58 Fort Meade 67-52 12/4 Catholic* 73-34 at Davis & Elkins 52-61 at Towson State* 59-42 Roanoke* 50-64 Randolph-Macon* 61-58 Mount St. Mary’s* 64-40 at Washington* 80-64 at Baltimore* 54-49 Penn State 52-77 at Loyola* 71-63 (OT) Washington* 78-58 at Western Maryland* 71-54 at Quantico Marines 73-88 Bridgewater* 87-54 at Mount St. Mary’s* 79-52 at Fort Meade 75-70 Quantico Marines 71-62 at Catholic* 92-49 at Hampden-Sydney* 60-82 Loyola* 46-62 Bainbridge Naval 65-52 Johns Hopkins% 67-40 Baltimore% 30-31 * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs

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1952-1953 (15-8; 10-4 Mason-Dixon) Coach: Dutch Schulze Score 68-57 66-41 93-76 63-66 67-49 62-65 89-62 39-40 79-69 69-62 64-61 75-59 57-73 87-57 69-54 90-61 49-50 53-48 67-60 54-73 68-69 98-53 68-69 72-74 86-63 97-61 84-62 66-67

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Date Opponent Score 12/4 Davis & Elkins# 71-79 12/5 West Virginia Wesleyan# 75-47 12/8 at Baltimore* 75-58 12/10 at Navy 47-69 12/13 Davis & Elkins 71-56 12/18 at Western Maryland* 82-51 1/7 at Randolph Macon* 56-58 1/9 at Catholic* 69-50 1/12 Mount St. Mary’s* 77-62 1/15 Towson State* 77-41 1/17 Loyola* 69-64 1/23 Scranton 70-63 2/7 at Loyola* 53-69 2/11 at Penn State 53-69 2/12 at Mount St. Mary’s* 67-82 2/17 Catholic* 76-50 2/20 at Bridgewater* 82-45 2/21 at Roanoke* 56-67 2/24 Western Maryland* 76-49 2/28 Hampden-Sydney* 88-74 3/5 Randolph-Macon% 67-46 3/6 Roanoke% 62-57 3/7 Loyola% 62-65 (OT) # indicates Antlers Tournament * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs

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Opponent at Manhattan at Scranton at NYU 12/7 Catholic* 12/9 at Navy Loyola* at Dickinson Penn State Hofstra# Wagner# Mount St. Mary’s* Randolph-Macon* Davis & Elkins at Georgetown 1/19 at Catholic* at Baltimore* 1/26 Fairleigh Dickinson Baltimore* at Mount St. Mary’s* at Hampden-Sydney* Roanoke* at Western Maryland* Georgetown at Loyola* Roanoke% * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game # indicates Hofstra Christmas Tournament % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs

Score 52-75 74-69 68-83 74-52 53-63 71-65 56-50 54-65 74-73 66-77 77-70 56-42 81-66 46-59 97-71 69-80 74-79 114-75 74-82 60-68 62-61 70-64 49-56 59-66 59-66

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1954-1955 (8-19; 5-6 Mason-Dixon) Coach: Dutch Schulze Date

Opponent Score U. of Minnesota (Duluth) 76-95 West Virginia Tech# 89-102 Steubenville# 79-97 at Georgetown 61-65 Mount St. Mary’s* 80-97 Baltimore* 77-83 at Iona 38-42 at Hofstra 51-71 at NYU 59-82 12/17 at Fairleigh Dickinson 67-63 Quantico Marines$ 64-91 12/21 Fairleigh Dickinson$ 64-61 Springfield$ 72-74 at Mount St. Mary’s* 72-87 Georgetown 65-79 at St. Joseph’s 46-61 Western Maryland* 90-64 at Baltimore* 87-75 1/26 at Navy 52-79 Loyola* 73-85 2/12 at Catholic* 95-58 at Roanoke 77-62 at Randolph-Macon* 73-58 Hampden-Sydney* 58-61 Dickinson 82-86 Juniata 65-62 at Loyola* 56-66 * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game # indicates West Virginia Tech Invitational Tournament $ indicates Marine Corps Tournament

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1955-1956 (10-13) Coach: Dutch Schulze Date 12/6 12/10

Opponent Georgetown Navy Catholic Davis & Elkins Randolph-Macon Morris-Harvey Georgetown Juniata Mount St. Mary’s Steubenville Washington Baltimore Loyola Hampden-Sydney Gallaudet

Score 58-60 51-75 63-58 63-65 68-47 69-84 63-82 51-77 64-99 56-78 55-66 93-81 64-90 75-58 75-60

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results Loyola% Randolph-Macon% Mount St. Mary’s% Buffalo! Wagner! Evansville! * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs ! indicates NCAA Tournament

61-53 75-55 74-71 77-60 72-65 76-82

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Score 79-64 94-60 90-65 71-69 58-53 94-67 94-67 63-69 66-67 51-61 75-51 70-67 54-63 86-62 86-63 73-50 76-59 87-77 85-58 68-74 98-56 .61-56 68-70 80-60 84-72 91-70 80-73 66-65 70-87

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1958-1959 (22-7; 10-3 Mason-Dixon) Coach: David Carrasco Mason-Dixon Conference Champions NCAA East Region Champions Date

2/16

Roanoke Spring Hill Fairleigh Dickinson Baltimore Mount St. Mary’s Western Maryland Loyola Roanoke

71-68 68-62 87-75 81-95 69-83 83-74 73-71 82-83

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Score 61-78 77-94 68-83 62-66 74-79 86-91 91-60 83-75 58-89 80-63 82-81 85-89 75-73 90-98 73-50 88-85 92-110 89-105 93-83 72-97 76-95 92-53 72-69 63-65

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1956-1957 (10-14; 6-6 Mason-Dixon) Coach: David Carrasco Date 12/5

Opponent at Navy Georgetown Ohio Wesleyan Mount Union at Hofstra 12/22 at Fairleigh Dickinson Western Maryland* Davis & Elkins at Georgetown Washington* at Baltimore* Mount St. Mary’s* 2/2 at Catholic* at Roanoke* Gallaudet* Hampden-Sydney* at Mount St. Mary’s* Baltimore* Juniata at Loyola* Loyola* at Towson State William & Mary Loyola% * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs

12/13

1/10

Opponent Navy D.C. Teachers at Washington* Catholic* at Mount Union at Ohio Wesleyan at Iona at Hofstra Fairleigh Dickinson at Georgetown at Mount St. Mary’s* at Western Maryland* Bridgewater* Baltimore* Gallaudet* at Loyola* at Juniata Roanoke* Mount St. Mary’s* Loyola* Towson State* Baltimore*

Score 67-70 94-59 72-60 86-63 73-66 84-80 (OT) 63-74 79-63 87-73 78-89 90-69 111-63 76-48 88-67 93-36 67-72 79-69 80-52 83-76 85-54 94-54 76-60

1959-1960 (21-7; 8-1 Mason-Dixon) Coach: David Carrasco Mason-Dixon Conference Champions Date

12/16

1957-1958 (23-5; 12-1 Mason-Dixon) Coach: David Carrasco Mason-Dixon Conference Champions NCAA East Region Champions Date 12/3

Opponent at Bridgewater* Washington* New Haven State Ball State New Haven State 12/20 Fairleigh Dickinson Georgetown Quantico Marines 1/9 at Catholic* at Baltimore* Western Maryland* Mount St. Mary’s* 1/17 at Navy Loyola* Upsala at Gallaudet* at Roanoke* at Mount St. Mary’s* Baltimore* at St. Peter’s at Towson State* Juniata at Loyola* Washington% Loyola% Mount St. Mary’s% Adelphi! Hofstra! North Carolina A&T! * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs ! indicates NCAA Tournament

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1/13

2/9

3/9

Opponent Loyola* Georgetown Juniata Adelphi Fairleigh Dickinson New Haven State Upsala St. Peter’s Gallaudet at Navy Baltimore* Loyola* Mount St. Mary’s* Catholic* Juniata Baltimore* Mount St. Mary’s* Towson State* Baltimore Bridgewater Catholic Upsala! Fairfield! Evansville! Quantico Marines Quantico Marines Andrews A.F.B. Andrews A.F.B.

* indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs ! indicates NCAA tournament

Score 61-59 65-60 70-56 82-71 68-73 91-77 87-59 68-79 79-59 60-85 79-59 66-63 95-64 62-54 99-84 82-78 74-90 110-69 74-72 86-75 88-67 83-74 75-74 91-101

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1960-1961 (15-7; 6-3 Mason-Dixon) Coach: David Carrasco Date 12/1 12/7 12/10 12/13 12/14 12/15 12/17 12/29 1/6 1/7 1/11 1/26 2/1 2/4 2/9 2/14 2/18 2/22

Opponent at Baltimore* at Gallaudet* Georgetown Buffalo# Jacksonville# Southern Connecticut Lehigh$ Temple$ Juniata at Navy Adelphi at Rider Loyola* Baltimore* at Catholic* at Mount St. Mary’s* at Loyola (Md.)* Mount St. Mary’s* Lynchburg* Washington% 3/3 Catholic% Mount St. Mary’s% * indicates Mason-Dixon Conference game # indicates Quantico Invitational $ indicates Nation’s Capital Tournament % indicates Mason-Dixon playoffs

Score 75-67 82-47 78-91 67-64 82-69 83-42 71-60 51-61 79-34 74-68 87-72 63-89 72-69 90-78 66-70 68-83 78-61 68-83 89-64 88-71 58-52 57-59

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Score 69-81 43-67 72-54 68-71 (2OT) 53-72 51-57 68-81 55-64 91-59 99-68 79-62 68-63 63-66 84-72 71-75 (OT) 78-76 (2OT) 65-48 70-64 80-70 62-75 68-70 (3OT)

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Opponent Score Quantico Marines 72-73 at Colgate 69-70 at Adelphi 73-56 Baltimore 78-62 12/14 Temple 58-59 Connecticut 58-64 12/19 Belmont Abbey# 73-55 12/20 Ohio Northern# 80-60 12/21 Quantico Marines# 92-94 12/28 Coast Guard$ 80-67 12/30 Catholic$ 79-67 1/4 Southern Connecticut 78-52 1/5 Akron 44-72 Georgetown 55-73 at Susquehanna 55-73 1/12 at Lafayette 63-74 at C.C.N.Y. 61-73 Loyola 84-75 at Baltimore 81-80 at Mount St. Mary’s 56-78 2/16 at Loyola (Md.) 70-77 2/19 at Catholic 63-79 Mount St. Mary’s 84-79 Rider 66-74 # indicates Marine Corps Christmas Invitational $ indicates D.C. Invitational Tournament

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1961-1962 (10-11) Coach: David Carrasco Date 12/2 12/5 12/9

12/19 1/6 1/10 1/26 1/27 1/30 2/2 2/3 2/7 2/12 2/14 2/17 2/19 2/21

Opponent Akron at Navy Adelphi Georgetown Temple Ohio Wesleyan Quantico Marines Providence Juniata Baltimore Long Island Southern Connecticut Loyola Lafayette C.C.N.Y. Baltimore Catholic Mount St. Mary’s Loyola Quantico Marines Mount St. Mary’s

1962-1963 (10-14) Coach: Jimmy Williams Date 11/30 12/4

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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Year-By-Year Results 1966-1967 (16-8; 3-4 MAC) Coach: Alan Kyber

1963-1964 (6-18) Coach: Jimmy Williams Date 11/30 12/2 12/5 12/7 12/10 12/14 12/20 12/23 12/27 12/28 1/3 1/4 1/8 1/11 1/14 1/28 1/30 1/31 2/8 2/11 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/29

Opponent Duquesne Bucknell Quantico Marines Mount St. Mary’s Georgetown Temple Stetson Army Gettysburg Mount St. Mary’s Akron Ohio Wesleyan Susquehanna Rider Lafayette Villanova Loyola Baltimore St. Bonaventure Mount St. Mary’s Loyola (Md.) DePaul Adelphi Utah State

Score 59-99 55-71 79-86 55-54 79-109 54-83 116-80 70-100 63-67 62-80 61-86 47-62 83-68 53-60 55-74 49-84 76-77 88-70 67-79 78-75 90-71 59-85 50-79 100-125

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Date Opponent Score 12/1 Georgetown 70-82 12/3 at Temple* 63-81 12/6 at Navy 81-88 12/9 C.C.N.Y.# 74-55 12/10 Rider% 66-60 12/12 Old Dominion 102-94 12/14 Duquesne 71-69 12/17 Rider* 62-66 1/6 at Long Island 95-87 1/7 Fairleigh Dickinson 84-70 1/10 La Salle* 94-90 (OT) 1/14 at Baltimore 86-72 1/23 at Lafayette* 76-69 1/26 Adelphi 86-72 1/30 at Old Dominion 108-94 2/4 at Gettysburg* 73-65 2/6 Mount St. Mary’s 99-82 2/8 at Bucknell* 64-68 2/9 at Susquehanna 88-75 2/11 at St. Peter’s 79-105 2/17 Fairfield 94-75 2/21 at St. Joseph’s* 68-94 2/25 Loyola 96-84 3/3 Temple% 61-83 * indicates Middle Atlantic Conference game % indicates MAC Championships

Score 67-127 46-71 84-69 53-89 48-65 48-47 75-82 47-63 79-105 78-71 86-91 85-71 56-58 74-87 62-73 93-98 69-79 68-75 61-82 68-93 73-84 60-115 85-112

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1967-1968 (14-12; 6-2 MAC) Coach: Alan Kyber

1964-1965 (4-19) Coach: Jimmy WIlliams Date

12/8 12/10 12/12 12/15 12/24 12/30 1/2 1/4 1/9 1/16

2/4 2/6 2/9 2/13

Opponent Syracuse Buffalo Adelphi Lafayette Villanova Akron Mount St. Mary’s Lehigh Richmond Ohio Wesleyan Rhode Island Fairleigh Dickinson Baltimore Loyola (Md.) Gettysburg Susquehanna Bucknell Loyola Temple Rider Mount St. Mary’s Connecticut Georgetown

1965-1966 (8-14) Coach: Alan Kyber Date

1/9

Opponent Old Dominion Georgetown Duquesne C.C.N.Y. Mount St. Mary’s Temple Rider Atlantic Christian Washington (Mo.) Fairleigh Dickinson Bucknell Loyola La Salle Gettysburg Akron Susquehanna Adelphi Baltimore Fairfield Mount St. Mary’s Rhode Island St. Peter’s

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Score 112-94 89-96 84-98 66-76 71-80 68-82 93-84 (OT) 70-71 81-77 78-93 74-80 73-81 93-103 71-46 66-105 113-112 (OT) 85-69 91-64 79-102 71-92 75-92 98-84

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Date Opponent Score 12/2 at Georgetown 80-67 12/4 at Duquesne 64-106 12/6 at Navy 63-59 12/8 Hofstra* 79-76 12/11 Baltimore 101-75 12/18 St. Joseph’s* 86-84 12/21 Holy Cross 57-81 12/22 Fairfield 83-71 1/3 at Utah 77-84 1/4 at Utah State 78-94 1/6 at Fairleigh Dickinson 89-69 1/10 Lafayette* 74-54 1/13 Bucknell* 77-76 1/17 St. Peter’s 81-89 1/31 at Old Dominion 78-81 2/3 Long Island 64-67 /6 at Adelphi 72-48 2/10 at Rhode Island 82-87 2/11 at Rider* 77-74 2/14 at La Salle* 65-74 2/16 Susquehanna 95-75 2/17 at Mount St. Mary’s 64-72 2/19 at Loyola (Md.) 74-66 2/21 Gettysburg* 84-74 2/24 Temple* 64-73 3/1 La Salle% 57-84 * indicates Middle Atlantic Conference game % indicates MAC Championships

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1968-1969 (4-19; 0-8 MAC) Coach: Alan Kyber Date 12/2 12/4 12/7 12/10 12/13 12/16 12/18 12/20 12/21 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/28 2/3 2/6 2/8

Opponent Georgetown Adelphi Bucknell* at Navy Duquesne at Gettysburg* at St. Joseph’s* Seton Hall Manhattan vs. Notre Dame Loyola Old Dominion at Temple* at Fairfield at Lafayette* at Susquehanna at Hofstra* at Syracuse

Score 76-86 60-56 57-59 65-81 56-86 58-75 58-79 79-81 58-68 67-92 78-73 64-75 64-75 73-93 71-75 87-76 68-79 74-83

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2/12 La Salle* 72-96 2/15 at Wake Forest 81-105 2/17 at Furman 63-78 2/19 Rhode Island 76-71 2/22 Rider* 63-64 * indicates Middle Atlantic Conference game

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1969-1970 (11-12; 2-3 MAC East) Coach: Tom Young Date 12/2 12/5 12/9 12/11 12/13 12/22 12/27 12/28 1/5 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/26 1/28 1/30 2/3 2/7 2/9 2/11 2/12

Opponent at Georgetown Furman St. Joseph’s* at Bucknell Hofstra* Syracuse Lafayette# King’s (Pa.)# at Duquesne at Seton Hall at West Chester State* at Rider at Old Dominion at North Carolina State at Loyola Catholic Fairleigh Dickinson at Rhode Island Gettysburg at La Salle* at George Washington

Score 78-80 74-81 75-83 89-82 98-69 92-88 72-62 89-88 (OT) 64-103 63-64 66-64 61-62 (OT) 84-92 67-107 84-73 77-65 55-57 76-86 95-78 86-106 90-76

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2/18 Navy 75-59 2/21 Temple* 66-76 * indicates Middle Atlantic Conference East game # indicates King’s Classic

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1970-1971 (13-12; 2-4 MAC East) Coach: Tom Young Date Opponent Score 12/3 Millersville 65-58 12/5 St. John’s 75-83 12/7 Duquesne 70-81 12/9 Loyola 79-50 12/11 at Catholic 60-68 12/14 Drexel* 91-64 12/15 at Delaware 64-56 12/29 Brown# 69-83 12/30 Gannon# 78-73 1/12 at Syracuse 82-103 1/15 at Hofstra* 53-54 1/20 at Lafayette 68-79 1/22 at Temple* 55-61 1/25 at Rider 72-60 1/27 at St. Joseph’s* 50-54 1/29 West Chester State* 91-71 2/1 Old Dominion 87-75 2/4 King’s (Pa.) 83-57 2/6 Georgetown 60-57 2/10 at Fairleigh Dickinson 54-76 2/13 Miami (Fla.) 93-82 2/15 at Gettysburg 94-82 2/17 at Navy 66-83 2/24 La Salle* 54-62 3/2 George Washington 74-65 * indicates Middle Atlantic Conference East game # indicates Gem City Classic

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results 1971-1972 (16-8; 3-3 MAC East) Coach: Tom Young Date Opponent Score 12/1 Catholic 80-70 12/6 at Drexel* 85-56 12/8 at Loyola 81-83 12/11 Temple* 51-65 12/14 at St. John’s 76-83 (OT) 12/20 Syracuse 78-74 12/29 Lafayette# 76-88 12/30 Rider# 84-60 1/7 Virginia Tech$ 66-67 1/8 George Washington$ 76-59 1/15 at Towson State 72-59 1/19 at La Salle* 53-59 1/22 at George Washington 85-74 1/26 at West Chester State* 64-57 1/29 Rhode Island 69-64 2/1 at Georgetown 82-75 (OT) 2/5 at King’s (Pa.) 72-64 2/9 Navy 70-63 2/13 at Duquesne 74-78 2/16 Delaware 84-68 2/19 Hofstra* 91-76 2/23 St. Joseph’s* 53-59 2/26 Gettysburg 83-70 2/28 Rider 88-83 * indicates Middle Atlantic Conference East game # indicates Garden State Classic $ indicates Presidential Classic

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1972-1973 (21-5; 4-2 MAC East) Coach: Tom Young Date Opponent Score 11/29 at Rider 93-84 12/2 Drexel* 86-78 12/4 at Catholic 74-59 12/9 at Syracuse 73-84 12/12 at Delaware 73-62 12/16 St. John’s 79-75 12/28 Appalachian State# 98-84 12/29 Roanoke# 85-76 1/5 Rice$ 80-61 1/6 George Washington$ 103-86 1/9 at St. Joseph’s* 55-78 1/13 St. Francis (PA) 82-69 1/17 at Navy 73-62 1/20 George Washington 80-85 1/24 at Gettysburg 86-63 1/27 West Chester State* 96-56 1/31 at Hofstra* 90-81 2/3 Temple* 60-71 2/8 at Fairleigh Dickinson 66-60 2/10 King’s (Pa.) 108-87 2/12 Duquesne 109-94 2/14 Loyola (Md.) 96-88 2/17 Towson State 107-89 2/21 La Salle* 88-79 2/24 Georgetown 90-68 3/2 Louisville! 84-97 * indicates Middle Atlantic Conference East game # indicates Roanoke Classic $ indicates Presidential Classic ! indicates National Invitational Tournament

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1973-1974 (16-10; 4-2 MAC East) Coach: Jim Lynam Date 12/4 12/7 12/8 12/12 12/15 12/18 12/28 12/29 1/4 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/18 1/23

Opponent Catholic Central Michigan# Buffalo# Delaware at St. John’s Rider St. Francis (N.Y.)$ Lafayette$ East Carolina@ George Washington@ at Duquesne at George Washington at Temple* at King’s (Pa.) St. Joseph’s*

Score 69-68 90-93 85-76 75-45 61-92 71-67 89-68 78-70 82-75 62-60 56-68 61-57 65-64 77-56 49-62

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1/26 at West Chester State* 47-38 1/28 Gettysburg 94-78 1/29 at Loyola 84-95 2/2 Syracuse 63-82 2/6 at Drexel* 69-62 2/9 at La Salle* 83-95 2/13 Navy 53-60 2/16 Hofstra* 69-61 2/19 at Georgetown 68-77 2/23 at Long Island 74-72 3/1 Lafayette% 55-59 # indicates Steubenville Tournament $ indicates Lafayette Tournament @ indicates Presidential Classic * indicates Middle Atlantic Conference East game % indicates MAC Championships

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1974-1975 (16-10; 5-1 ECC East) Coach: Jim Lynam Date Opponent Score 11/30 at Rider 66-78 12/4 at Catholic 90-64 12/7 at St. Francis (Pa.) 69-79 12/11 Loyola 96-52 12/14 at Delaware 88-82 12/17 Howard 71-56 1/3 West Virginia# 82-78 1/4 George Washington# 72-69 1/6 Southern Mississippi$ 83-76 1/7 Stetson$ 65-71 1/11 at Gettysburg 72-67 1/18 at Syracuse 84-98 1/22 Georgetown 81-80 1/25 St. John’s 68-74 1/28 Long Island 82-81 1/31 at Temple* 63-62 2/5 at St. Joseph’s* 66-64 2/8 Duquesne 86-99 2/12 at Navy 72-77 2/15 at Hofstra* 70-85 2/17 Drexel* 77-76 2/19 La Salle* 68-62 2/24 West Chester State* 87-73 2/27 King’s (Pa.) 77-73 3/1 George Washington 63-73 3/4 La Salle% 52-56 # indicates Presidential Classic $ indicates Hatter Classic * indicates East Coast Conference East game % indicates ECC Championships

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1975-1976 (9-16; 1-4 ECC East) Coach: Jim Lynam Date Opponent Score 12/3 Catholic 79-64 12/5 at Villanova 55-68 12/10 Delaware 66-67 12/12 East Tennessee State# 84-81 12/13 Southwest Louisiana# 80-71 12/17 Rider 75-66 12/20 at St. John’s 66-78 1/6 at King’s (Pa.) 65-66 1/9 Stetson$ 49-45 1/10 Connecticut$ 70-73 1/17 Syracuse 61-65 1/21 at Georgetown 69-78 1/22 Mount St. Mary’s 77-69 1/25 at Duquesne 62-73 1/27 Fairleigh Dickinson 61-41 2/4 St. Joseph’s* 57-61 2/7 Hofstra* 58-68 2/10 at La Salle* 63-61 2/14 at Richmond 61-77 2/16 at Drexel* 42-55 2/18 vs. Navy 50-47 2/21 at Rutgers 79-94 2/23 at Loyola 81-85 2/25 Temple* 63-70 2/28 at George Washington 66-99 # indicates Bayou Classic $ indicates Connecticut Classic * indicates East Coast Conference East game

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1976-1977 (13-13; 2-3 ECC East) Coach: Jim Lynam Date Opponent Score 11/29 Trenton State 70-47 12/1 at Catholic 54-48 12/6 Villanova 60-69 12/9 at Rider 58-54 12/11 at Delaware 72-54 12/18 Duquesne 75-79 12/28 Bucknell# 60-65 12/29 Catholic# 89-54 1/3 Oklahoma City$ 68-76 1/4 Siena$ 89-83 1/8 at Syracuse 68-90 1/11 at Temple* 81-64 1/15 Bucknell 84-65 1/18 Richmond 75-81 1/20 at West Chester State 56-57 1/22 King’s (Pa.) 103-78 1/24 Loyola 79-80 (OT) 1/26 Drexel* 79-72 1/29 Georgetown 64-78 2/2 at St. Joseph’s* 70-77 2/5 La Salle* 76-86 2/12 St. Francis (Pa.) 64-63 2/16 at Navy 70-68 (OT) 2/19 at Fairleigh Dickinson 80-89 2/21 at Hofstra* 78-89 2/26 George Washington 90-80 # indicates Lafayette Tournament $ indicates Siena Tournament * indicates East Coast Conference East game

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1977-1978 (16-12; 2-3 ECC East) Coach: Jim Lynam Date Opponent Score 11/27 Maryland# 65-78 11/28 Navy# 45-60 11/30 Catholic 73-72 12/2 Northeastern$ 68-72 12/3 Siena$ 80-79 12/5 Washington 99-76 12/7 at Clemson 58-98 12/10 Delaware 73-61 12/14 Syracuse 67-85 12/17 Rider 78-71 12/22 St. Mary’s (Md.) 80-62 1/4 at Drexel* 58-57 1/7 Wagner@ 99-83 1/8 Fairfield@ 88-105 1/11 Lafayette 64-76 1/14 at Bucknell 87-75 1/18 West Chester State 67-59 1/21 at William & Mary 73-67 1/25 at Georgetown 68-72 1/28 at Richmond 77-62 2/1 St. Joseph’s* 48-74 2/8 at La Salle* 62-64 2/11 Hofstra* 78-73 2/15 Navy 73-66 2/18 Temple* 67-72 2/25 George Washingoton 82-78 2/27 Hofstra% 97-77 3/1 Temple% 80-99 # indicates DC Tipoff Tournament $ indicates James Madison Invitational * indicates East Coast Conference East game @ indicates Boys Club Classic % indicates ECC Championships

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1978-1979 (14-13; 2-3 ECC East) Coach: Gary Williams Date 11/24 11/25 11/28 11/30 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/13 12/15 12/28

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Opponent St. John’s# Alabama# vs. Navy at Catholic Trenton State at Rider at Lafayette St. Mary’s (Md.) at Delaware Stetson$

Score 70-72 87-110 78-89 83-68 95-50 101-72 63-62 105-87 77-68 98-94 (2OT)

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Year-By-Year Results 12/29 Central Florida$ 85-83 (OT) 1/3 at West Virginia 79-81 1/8 at Syracuse 73-103 1/13 Bucknell 83-85 (2OT) 1/15 George Washington 89-91 (OT) 1/17 at West Chester State 83-63 1/20 Lehigh 85-74 1/24 Drexel* 94-76 1/27 Georgetown 80-88 1/31 at St. Joseph’s* 68-92 2/3 La Salle* 103-123 2/6 Baltimore 60-58 2/10 William & Mary 61-45 2/13 at Navy 59-79 2/16 at Temple* 67-103 2/19 at Hofstra* 87-84 2/26 Drexel% 55-66 # indicates Lapchick Tournament $ indicates Tangerine Bowl * indicates East Coast Conference East game % indicates ECC Championships

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1979-1980 (13-14; 5-6 ECC East) Coach: Gary Williams Date Opponent Score 12/1 at Towson State 66-63 12/5 vs. Navy 68-69 12/7 Baltimore# 60-58 12/8 James Madison# 80-93 12/10 Lafayette* 79-81 12/13 St. Mary’s (Md.) 116-80 12/15 Delaware* 73-62 12/22 at Wake Forest 72-81 12/28 St. Bonaventure$ 69-75 12/29 Air Force$ 84-57 1/5 at Gettysburg 88-61 1/12 at Bucknell* 89-105 1/14 at William & Mary 82-72 1/16 Catholic 67-58 1/19 at Lehigh* 68-73 1/21 Rider* 71-69 1/23 West Virginia 69-71 1/26 at Georgetown 62-86 1/28 at George Washington 91-102 2/1 Hofstra* 92-80 2//4 West Chester State* 89-64 2/9 at La Salle* 85-95 2/12 Navy 79-64 2/16 at Drexel* 83-78 2/21 St. Joseph’s* 61-62 2/23 Temple* 79-95 2/25 Hofstra% 69-70 # indicates James Madison Invitaitonal Tournament * indicates East Coast Conference East game $ indicates Manufacturer’s Hanover Classic % indicates ECC Championships

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1/3 Old Dominion# 79-75 1/13 Washington College 84-61 1/14 Delaware* 74-58 1/17 Bucknell* 75-65 1/19 at Rider* 69-59 1/24 Lehigh* 81-64 1/26 at West Chester State* 63-55 1/28 Georgetown 72-74 1/31 Randolph-Macon 78-59 2/2 William & Mary 69-54 2/7 at Hofstra 73-72 2/10 at Navy 77-90 2/14 La Salle* 71-69 2/16 Drexel* 85-74 2/18 Towson State 97-78 2/21 at Catholic 105-77 2/24 at St. Joseph’s* 84-83 (OT) 2/26 Richmond 75-69 2/28 at Temple* 70-62 3/4 Drexel% 62-60 3/6 Rider% 99-80 3/7 St. Joseph’s% 60-63 3/11 Toledo! 83-91 * indicates East Coast Conference game # indicates Old Dominion Classic % indicates ECC Championships ! indicates National Invitational Tournament

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1981-1982 (21-9; 8-3 ECC) Coach: Gary Williams Date Opponent Score 11/30 Whittier 86-67 12/3 St. Mary’s (Md.) 98-65 12/5 at Wake Forest 63-66 12/8 Rider* 81-52 12/12 at Georgetown 63-75 12/18 Tennessee# 58-59 12/19 Wyoming# 63-71 12/28 UNC-Wilmington$ 70-59 12/29 South Alabama$ 70-66 1/9 at Drexel* 75-81 1/12 at La Salle* 87-69 1/16 at Bucknell* 92-75 1/18 Lafayette* 63-54 1/20 at Delaware* 89-58 1/23 at Lehigh* 85-70 1/26 George Washington 55-47 2/2 at William & Mary 65-64 (OT) 2/6 Hofstra* 87-68 2/9 Harvard 84-66 2/11 at Randolph-Macon 86-52 2/13 at Towson State 81-73 2/15 West Chester State* 68-66 2/17 Navy 93-78 2/19 Catholic 101-64 2/23 St. Joseph’s* 49-51 2/26 Temple* 62-67 3/1 Lehigh% 84-56 3/3 Rider% 71-65 3/5 Drexel% 62-68 (OT) 3/12 Bradley! 65-76 * indicates East Coast Conference game # indicates Volunteer Classic $ indicates Senior Bowl Tournament % indicates ECC Championships ! indicates National Invitational Tournament

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1982-1983 (20-10; 9-3 ECC) Coach: Ed Tapscott

1980-81 Team

1980-1981 (24-6; 11-0 ECC) Coach: Gary Williams Date 11/29 12/2 12/6 12/8 12/13 12/17 1/2

Opponent at Rutgers at Maryland at Harvard at Gettysburg at Lafayette* at George Washington New Hampshire#

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Score 62-75 65-95 108-88 103-64 78-77 96-86 75-71

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Date 11/29 12/7 12/10 12/11 12/15 12/18 12/20 12/29 12/30 1/3 1/7 1/12 1/15

Opponent St. Mary’s (Md.) Towson State Marist# Iona# at Georgetown at George Washington Randolph-Macon UNC Charlotte$ Santa Clara$ at Maryland Tufts at Rider* Bucknell*

Score 105-52 82-76 80-62 63-65 62-61 69-70 61-56 86-75 72-90 71-73 76-52 47-57 62-66

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1/19 Delaware* 68-56 1/22 Lehigh* 64-48 1/27 at George Mason 83-95 1/29 at U. Massachusetts-Boston 98-73 1/31 at Northeastern 52-51 2/2 Drexel* 57-55 2/5 at Lafayette* 76-68 2/9 at Navy 74-81 2/12 at James Madison 44-46 2/14 La Salle* 65-63 2/19 at Towson State* 83-71 2/26 at Fairfield 84-72 3/2 at Wagner 71-58 3/4 at Hofstra* 54-53 3/7 Lehigh% 77-59 3/9 Bucknell% 51-49 (OT) 3/11 La Salle% 73-75 # indicates Manufacturer’s Hanover Classic $ indicates Cable Car Classic * indicates East Coast Conference game % indicates ECC Championships

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1983-1984 (6-22; 5-11 ECC) Coach: Ed Tapscott Date Opponent Score 11/29 George Mason 73-74 12/2 Hofstra# 69-77 12/3 Abilene Christian# 83-91 12/5 at Southern California 51-70 12/8 Towson State* 71-56 12/18 at Georgetown 62-80 12/28 St. Bonaventure$ 77-97 12/29 Princeton$ 36-71 1/3 at Pennsylvania 47-50 1/7 at Drexel* 48-47 1/9 Lafayette* 45-56 1/11 Rider* 63-53 1/14 at Bucknell* 44-63 1/16 James Madison 48-63 1/18 at Delaware* 75-78 (2OT) 1/21 at Lehigh* 70-74 (4OT) 1/25 Navy 71-78 1/30 George Washington 71-63 2/1 Drexel* 69-77 2/4 at Lafayette* 67-77 2/11 at Towson State* 62-71 (2OT) 2/13 Bucknell* 54-67 2/20 at Randolph-Macon 46-72 2/22 at Rider* 45-63 2/25 at Hofstra* 58-63 2/29 Delaware* 62-42 3/2 Lehigh* 64-44 3/7 Rider% 47-49 # indicates Malibu Classic * indicates East Coast Conference game $ indicates Rochester Classic % indicates ECC Championships

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1984-1985 (9-19; 3-11 ECAC South) Coach: Ed Tapscott Date 11/28 12/1 12/3 12/7 12/8 12/12 12/15 12/18 1/2 1/4 1/5 1/9 1/16 1/19 1/21 1/23 1/26 1/26 1/31 2/4 2/9 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21

Opponent Shenandoah at George Washington at Navy* New Mexico State# Columbia# at Georgetown at Rutgers Davis & Elkins at George Mason* Florida Southern$ Eastern Illiniois$ at Delaware at James Madison* UNC Wilmington* Richmond* at Pennsylvania Towson State William & Mary* James Madison* George Mason* at UNC-Wilmington* at East Carolina* Navy* at William & Mary* East Carolina*

Score 91-63 59-83 68-84 70-75 70-56 64-86 70-89 80-54 78-104 86-94 80-79 73-81 60-64 71-75 58-74 71-86 85-69 64-62 68-70 71-77 71-75 79-62 61-81 61-89 88-79

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results 2/25 at Richmond* 3/2 Monmouth 3/7 Richmond% * indicates ECAC - South game # indicates Fightin’ Illini Classic $ indicates United First Federal Classic % indicates ECAC - South Championships

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Date Opponent Score 12/2 Gettysburg 103-71 12/5 UNC -Greensboro 62-48 12/7 at Monmouth 91-84 12/11 George Washington 67-66 12/14 Catholic 84-78 12/18 at Georgetown 59-83 12/27 South Florida# 75-86 12/28 Virginia Tech# 67-95 1/2 vs. Brown 85-90 (OT) 1/4 at East Carolina* 62-70 1/6 at UNC-Wilmington* 76-69 1/8 Delaware 79-78 (OT) 1/11 at James Madison* 67-76 1/13 at George Mason* 64-80 1/18 Navy* 68-97 1/22 at Notre Dame 56-67 1/25 at Richmond* 59-74 1/27 at William & Mary* 63-76 2/1 East Carolina* 63-65 2/3 UNC-Wilmington* 56-74 2/6 James Madison* 74-66 (OT) 2/8 George Mason* 59-63 2/15 at Navy* 53-74 2/17 at Towson State 80-66 2/22 Richmond* 68-76 2/24 William & Mary* 70-64 2/26 at Miami (Fla.) 64-73 3/1 George Mason% 60-68 # indicates Miller Lite Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1985-1986 (10-18; 3-11 CAA) Coach: Ed Tapscott

1986-1987 (13-14; 5-9 CAA) Coach: Ed Tapscott Date Opponent Score 11/28 Providence# 82-104 11/29 Xavier# 92-90 (OT) 12/1 at Brown 84-95 12/3 St. Mary’s (Md.) 103-59 12/11 at Gettysburg 116-79 12/13 at George Washington 74-71 12/17 at Georgetown 59-62 1/3 East Carolina* 69-67 1/5 UNC-Wilmington* 83-90 (OT) 1/10 at George Mason* 62-78 1/12 at James Madison* 69-67 1/17 at Navy* 60-96 1/21 at Catholic 88-81 1/24 Richmond* 77-67 1/26 William & Mary* 83-56 1/28 at Dartmouth 84-77 1/31 at East Carolina* 56-71 2/2 at UNC-Wilmington* 61-84 2/4 at Florida International 100-78 2/7 George Mason* 74-93 2/9 James Madison* 77-83 2/14 Navy* 61-68 2/16 at Delaware 91-94 (OT) 2/21 at Richmond* 69-72 (OT) 2/23 at William & Mary* 70-69 2/25 UM - Baltimore County 71-69 2/28 Richmond% 62-75 # indicates Fleet Basketball Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1987-1988 (14-14; 9-5 CAA) Coach: Ed Tapscott Date 11/30 12/4 12/5 12/8

Opponent Coppin State Drexel# Long Island# at UM - Baltimore County

Score 74-75 78-89 79-68 70-85

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12/12 Dartmouth 72-71 12/15 George Washington 78-63 12/21 Long Beach State 74-96 12/28 Miami (Fla.)$ 70-104 12/29 Wake Forest$ 66-79 1/2 at Florida International 85-77 1/6 at Kansas 69-90 1/9 at William & Mary* 86-72 1/13 Richmond* 65-78 1/16 at UNC-Wilmington* 64-67 1/18 at East Carolina* 75-69 (OT) 1/23 James Madison* 56-55 1/27 at George Mason* 85-86 1/20 Navy* 60-75 2/2 at La Salle 65-73 2/6 William & Mary* 77-75 (OT) 2/8 Gettysburg 99-71 2/10 at Richmond* 68-63 2/13 UNC-Wilmington* 72-63 2/15 East Carolina* 76-69 2/20 at Navy* 69-58 2/24 George Mason* 68-64 2/27 at James Madison* 55-63 3/5 William & Mary% 75-76 # indicates Manufacturer’s Hanover Classic $ indicates Palm Beach Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1988-1989 (17-11; 9-5 CAA) Coach: Ed Tapscott Date Opponent Score 11/29 Clark 101-62 12/7 at George Washington 77-63 12/10 at Navy* 90-67 12/14 at DePaul 85-120 12/17 Harvard 76-72 12/28 at California-Berkeley 65-78 12/30 at Long Beach State 63-86 1/4 Fairfield 86-78 (OT) 1/7 George Mason* 70-68 1/9 at Richmond* 71-78 1/11 at James Madison* 81-84 1/14 William & Mary* 90-72 1/16 Florida International 128-90 1/21 East Carolina* 82-68 1/23 UNC-Wilmington* 86-85 1/28 Navy* 67-59 1/31 at George Mason* 79-85 2/4 James Madison* 78-74 2/5 La Salle 91-111 2/8 at William & Mary* 86-58 2/11 at Eastern Kentucky 82-75 2/13 Gettysburg 83-54 2/15 Richmond* 57-61 2/18 at East Carolina* 60-66 2/20 at UNC-Wilmington* 71-70 2/25 Missouri-Kansas City 80-75 3/1 at Old Dominion 69-77 3/4 East Carolina% 58-76 * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1989-1990 (20-9; 10-4 CAA) Coach: Ed Tapscott Date 11/27 11/30 12/2 12/9 12/11 12/13 12/16 12/19 12/21 12/29 12/30 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/15 1/20 1/24

Opponent Eastern Kentucky Loyola at Fairfield at Ohio State Santa Clara at Wichita State George Washington at UCLA at Missouri-Kansas City Siena# Springfield College# at William & Mary* at Richmond* East Carolina* UNC Wilmington* at George Mason* at James Madison*

Score 69-64 78-51 54-50 64-74 69-54 72-71 72-67 74-89 76-71 71-79 97-73 79-64 59-61 60-50 73-70 48-58 59-61

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1/27 Navy* 59-54 2/1 at Old Dominion 74-91 2/3 William & Mary* 85-73 2/7 Richmond* 61-58 2/10 at East Carolina* 54-59 2/12 at UNC Wilmington* 68-58 2/17 George Mason* 76-70 2/19 at Navy* 78-63 2/21 James Madison* 59-58 2/26 College of Charleston 85-67 3/3 Navy% 71-61 3/4 Richmond% 90-91 (2OT) # indicates Naismith Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1990-1991 (15-14; 8-6 CAA) Coach: Chris Knoche Date Opponent Score 11/27 District of Columbia 79-51 12/1 Lehigh 82-69 12/3 Old Dominion 82-87 12/7 Eastern Michigan# 83-92 (OT) 12/8 Central Connecticut# 113-92 12/11 at Loyola 55-75 12/15 Ohio State 73-109 12/18 Florida Atlantic 80-72 12/22 at Santa Clara 70-69 1/5 UNC Wilmington* 73-79 1/7 East Carolina* 92-83 1/12 at Richmond* 75-65 1/16 William & Mary* 87-70 1/19 at James Madison* 65-67 1/23 at George Mason* 69-72 1/26 Navy* 82-94 1/29 at Maryland 69-72 2/2 at East Carolina* 63-60 2/4 at UNC Wilmington* 72-76 2/6 Towson State 75-84 2/9 Richmond* 59-79 2/11 at Navy* 86-79 (OT) 2/13 at William & Mary* 75-70 2/16 James Madison* 82-70 2/19 George Mason* 71-68 2/23 at George Washington 71-84 2/25 at College of Charleston 80-72 3/2 William & Mary% 70-57 3/3 Richmond% 70-78 # indicates Mile High Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1991-1992 (11-18; 8-6 CAA) Coach: Chris Knoche Date Opponent Score 11/22 Texas-Pan American# 73-60 11/23 Cincinnati# 69-72 11/30 at Maryland 68-93 12/2 Penn State 65-77 12/5 at Coppin State 87-92 (OT) 12/7 George Washington 72-80 12/11 at DePaul 80-106 12/14 at Villanova 64-78 12/29 at Ohio State 70-96 1/4 at St. Joseph’s 82-96 1/11 at William & Mary* 66-70 1/15 at Old Dominion* 79-74 1/18 East Carolina* 80-79 1/20 UNC-Wilmington* 98-97 (3OT) 1/22 Pennsylvania 65-72 1/25 at James Madison* 70-77 12/9 at Richmond* 60-82 2/1 George Mason* 88-60 2/6 College of Charleston 73-71 2/8 William & Mary* 84-69 2/12 Old Dominion* 83-69 2/15 at East Carolina* 69-66 2/17 at UNC-Wilmington* 87-88 2/22 James Madison* 65-85 2/26 Richmond* 65-85 2/29 at George Mason* 72-66 3/2 Penn State 73-79 3/7 East Carolina% 76-69 3/8 James Madison% 57-81 # indicates Delta Bearcat Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results 1992-1993 (11-17; 7-9 CAA) Coach: Chris Knoche Date Opponent Score 12/3 Mount St. Mary’s 87-71 12/5 Villanova 74-86 12/8 St. Joseph’s 100-81 12/10 at Maryland 67-98 12/19 at Marquette 74-90 12/28 Stanford# 56-57 12/29 St. Mary’s (Calif.)# 52-61 1/2 at George Washington 71-82 1/9 William & Mary* 76-71 1/11 Old Dominion* 88-95 1/13 at Pennsylvania 84-89 1/16 at East Carolina* 89-64 1/18 at UNC-Wilmington* 75-93 1/20 Coppin State 71-56 1/23 at George Mason* 81-67 1/27 James Madison* 79-83 1/30 at Richmond* 73-74 2/6 at William & Mary* 82-77 2/8 at Old Dominion* 85-86 2/13 UNC-Wilmington* 106-99 2/15 East Carolina* 67-57 2/17 at Mount St. Mary’s 82-89 2/20 George Mason* 66-73 2/24 at James Madison* 67-90 2/28 Richmond* 63-69 3/1 at College of Charleston 77-68 3/6 William & Mary% 78-72 3/7 James Madison% 61-70 # indicates Fry’s Invitational Tournament * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1993-1994 (8-19; 5-10 CAA) Coach: Chris Knoche Date Opponent Score 11/29 George Washington 50-85 12/1 at Villanova 62-94 12/6 Robert Morris 61-64 12/8 Loyola (Md.) 112-96 12/10 UT-Martin# 99-81 12/11 Illinois# 84-109 12/18 at St. Peter’s 78-90 12/29 South Alabama$ 78-94 12/30 Alabama State$ 70-87 1/4 at Towson State 73-76 1/8 at East Carolina* 65-77 1/10 UNC-Wilmington* 58-75 1/13 Niagara 78-60 1/15 Richmond* 83-65 1/19 at James Madison* 83-99 1/24 William & Mary* 89-84 1/26 at Old Dominion* 68-79 1/29 George Mason* 102-115 2/1 at Vermont 82-105 2/5 UNC-Wilmington* 60-70 2/7 East Carolina* 62-73 2/12 at Richmond* 74-76 2/16 James Madison* 84-78 2/19 at William & Mary* 65-57 2/23 Old Dominion* 81-77 2/26 at George Mason* 83-98 3/5 James Madison% 67-86 # indicates Illini Invitational $ indicates Dr. Pepper Holiday Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1994-1995 (9-19; 7-7 CAA) Coach: Chris Knoche Date 11/30 12/2 12/3 12/6 12/8 12/10 12/17 12/19 12/22 12/30

Opponent at Howard Colorado State# St. Mary’s (Calif.)# Vermont Rider at Robert Morris at Niagara Stanford at Loyola at Maryland

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Score 76-90 67-75 58-66 80-82 53-81 80-82 (OT) 84-96 71-97 68-81 77-98

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1/3 at George Washington 63-81 1/7 at Richmond* 77-73 1/9 St. Peter’s 62-59 1/14 William & Mary* 69-70 1/18 Old Dominion* 82-89 1/21 UNC-Wilmington* 75-81 1/23 East Carolina* 72-81 1/25 at George Mason* 108-89 2/1 James Madison* 84-78 2/4 at East Carolina* 79-65 2/6 at UNC -Wilmington* 46-81 2/11 at Old Dominion* 74-91 2/15 at William & Mary 62-86 2/18 Richmond* 90-79 2/22 James Madison* 86-83 2/25 George Mason* 103-101 3/4 East Carolina% 75-67 3/5 Old Dominion% 67-77 (OT) # indicates Colorado State Ram Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1995-1996 (12-15; 8-8 CAA) Coach: Chris Knoche Date Opponent Score 11/29 at Loyola (Md.) 65-58 12/1 Wagner# 69-64 12/2 Iona# 60-71 12/6 Rider 66-74 12/9 Marymount 123-62 12/13 La Salle 62-64 12/16 Howard 89-49 12/23 at Maryland 70-104 12/29 at Stanford 52-80 1/4 Richmond* 80-76 1/6 UNC-Wilmington* 56-61 1/13 at William & Mary* 91-80 1/16 East Carolina* 86-75 1/22 James Madison* 84-71 1/24 at Virginia Commonwealth* 68-73 1/27 at George Mason* 85-96 1/29 Old Dominion* 47-67 2/3 at East Carolina* 89-73 2/5 at UNC-Wilmington* 58-73 2/10 William & Mary* 100-66 2/13 Virginia Commonwealth* 57-65 2/15 Iona 73-83 2/17 George Mason* 88-100 2/21 at Richmond* 76-68 2/24 Old Dominion* 83-74 2/26 James Madison* 72-75 3/2 East Carolina% 60-76 # indicates Pepsi Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1996-1997 (11-16; 7-9 CAA) Coach: Chris Knoche Date 11/23 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/6 12/7 12/10 12/14 12/21 1/2 1/4 1/6 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/8 2/10 2/12 2/17 2/19

Opponent Catholic at Iona George Washington at Loyola Montana# Southern Utah# at La Salle at Howard at Maryland Richmond* at East Carolina* at UNC-Wilmington* James Madison* Old Dominion* George Mason* Virginia Commonwealth* at James Madison* UNC Wilmington* East Carolina* at Virginia Commonwealth* at William & Mary* at Richmond* Manhattan at Old Dominion*

Score 101-66 72-85 51-71 59-85 68-77 72-68 (OT) 59-75 85-74 74-81 53-65 60-66 59-60 (OT) 78-81 80-77 (OT) 84-75 80-73 (OT) 60-72 54-49 (OT) 63-61 61-73 55-64 67-66 70-58 61-99

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2/22 William & Mary* 85-67 2/24 at George Mason* 70-79 2/29 UNC-Wilmington% 50-54 # indicates Missoulian/Coca-Cola Classic * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1997-1998 (9-19; 5-11 CAA) Coach: Art Perry Date Opponent Score 11/19 at George Washington 47-74 11/22 Towson 48-51 11/25 Boston University 56-58 11/29 vs. Delaware# 56-66 12/3 at Texas 62-78 12/9 Loyola (Md.) 72-65 12/13 Catholic 75-67 12/20 Howard 77-41 12/23 at Kentucky 52-75 12/30 at Manhattan 59-63 1/3 UNC-Wilmington* 62-49 1/5 East Carolina* 76-63 1/7 at William & Mary* 56-69 1/14 at Richmond* 57-73 1/17 at George Mason* 55-72 1/19 Old Dominion* 57-69 1/21 at James Madison* 61-54 1/26 Virginia Commonwealth* 78-70 1/31 William & Mary* 61-54 2/4 at Virginia Commonwealth* 64-69 2/7 at UNC-Wilmington* 54-55 2/9 at East Carolina* 62-72 2/14 George Mason* 63-65 2/16 Richmond* 41-77 2/18 at Old Dominion* 71-80 2/21 James Madison* 68-72 2/28 William & Mary% 71-66 3/1 Richmond% 64-66 # indicates game played in Bermuda * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1998-1999 (7-21; 2-14 CAA) Coach: Art Perry Date Opponent Score 11/14 Delaware 81-86 11/18 at Howard 69-53 11/21 Catholic 81-73 11/24 Western Maryland 97-60 11/30 at Boston University 56-58 12/2 George Washington 76-97 12/5 at East Carolina* 58-64 12/7 at UNC-Wilmington* 44-60 12/9 Marist 57-80 12/21 at Southern California 59-74 12/23 at UCLA 56-66 12/30 at Towson 59-44 1/2 at Virginia Commonwealth* 65-79 1/9 George Mason* 55-65 1/13 William & Mary* 75-64 1/16 at Old Dominion* 58-72 1/20 Richmond* 63-66 1/23 James Madison* 66-82 1/27 at William & Mary* 68-65 2/3 Virginia Commonwealth* 52-59 2/6 at Richmond* 69-72 2/8 at James Madison* 60-78 2/10 Old Dominion* 70-76 (OT) 2/13 East Carolina* 53-59 2/15 UNC-Wilmington* 80-88 (2OT) 2/20 at George Mason* 69-81 2/25 William & Mary% 61-57 2/26 George Mason% 48-73 * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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1999-2000 (11-18; 5-11 CAA) Coach: Art Perry Date 11/20 11/22 11/27 11/29

Opponent North Carolina A&T Catholic at Delaware at Loyola

Score 68-58 83-65 57-58 74-66 (OT)

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results 12/4 Wagner 79-72 12/7 at Marist 63-72 12/11 Jacksonville 61-59 12/18 at George Mason* 71-76 12/22 at Eastern Kentucky 63-73 12/29 at Ohio State 43-79 1/5 at James Madison* 52-59 1/8 UNC-Wilmington* 60-58 1/10 Coastal Carolina 73-74 1/12 at George Washington 72-83 1/15 East Carolina* 72-64 1/19 at Old Dominion* 57-62 1/22 at Richmond* 63-78 1/29 at UNC-Wilmington* 46-69 1/31 at East Carolina* 59-62 2/5 George Mason* 58-64 2/7 William & Mary* 77-62 2/10 Old Dominion* 73-66 (OT) 2/12 James Madison* 62-64 2/16 Richmond* 65-66 2/23 at Virginia Commonwealth* 64-66 2/26 at William & Mary* 60-70 2/29 Virginia Commonwealth* 97-88 (3OT) 3/3 East Carolina% 74-54 3/4 George Mason% 58-75 * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game % indicates CAA Championships

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2000-2001 (7-20; 3-13 CAA) Coach: Jeff Jones Date 11/19 11/21 11/25 11/29 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/12 12/21 12/23 12/28 12/30 1/3 1/6 1/8 1/13 1/20 1/22 1/24 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/12 2/21

Opponent Score Radford 74-62 at West Virginia 64-80 Loyola 82-76 Bucknell 60-58 at Coastal Carolina 66-72 George Mason* 54-64 William & Mary* 54-50 Howard 65-67 at Jacksonville 70-66 at Florida 33-76 Eastern Kentucky 67-72 at Wagner 77-78 Virginia Commonwealth* 58-62 at Old Dominion* 53-61 UNC-Wilmington* 53-39 at James Madison* 65-76 East Carolina* 64-74 (OT) at Bucknell 51-61 Richmond* 59-60 at George Mason* 56-84 at William & Mary* 42-51 at Virginia Commonwealth* 61-71 Old Dominion* 57-84 at East Carolina* 53-55 at UNC-Wilmington* 46-62 at Richmond* 32-73

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2/24 James Madison* 63-48 * indicates Colonial Athletic Association game

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12/4 at Radford 65-76 L 12/7 at North Carolina A&T 86-72 W 12/10 at Howard 71-80 L 12/20 at Vanderbilt 57-85 L 12/22 at Florida State 77-72 W 12/29 Wagner 58-69 L 1/2 Liberty 94-73 W 1/5 Fairfield 68-67 W 1/9 at Colgate* 76-59 W 1/12 Army* 58-40 W 1/16 Lafayette* 52-57 L 1/19 Bucknell* 69-52 W 1/23 at Lehigh* 65-59 W 1/26 at Holy Cross* 54-63 L 1/30 Navy* 67-66 (OT) W 2/2 Colgate* 72-58 W 2/6 at Army* 74-59 W 2/9 at Lafayette* 74-77 L 2/13 at Bucknell* 78-67 W 2/16 Lehigh* 70-67 W 2/20 at Navy* 62-50 W 2/23 Holy Cross* 44-68 L 3/2 Lehigh% 82-69 W 3/3 Lafayette% 66-58 W 3/8 Holy Cross# 54-58 L *indicates Patriot League game %indicates Patriot League Tournament #indicates Patriot League Championship Game at American 2002-2003 (16-14; 9-5 Patriot League) Coach: Jeff Jones Date Opponent Score W/L 11/22 at Missouri 57-72 L 11/25 at UNC Greenesboro 79-80 L 11/29 at Virginia Tech 61-69 L 12/3 at Liberty 72-67 (OT) W 12/6 Radford 73-49 W 12/9 Howard 61-58 W 12/20 at College of Charleston 65-68 L 12/22 at Fairfield 57-68 L 12/28 Elon 76-51 W 12/30 at Wagner 55-69 L 1/2 George Washington 81-75 W 1/4 St. Francis (Pa.) 54-64 L 1/8 at Pennsylvania 55-66 L 1/11 at Bucknell* 52-63 L 1/15 Navy* 70-53 W 1/18 at Lehigh* 54-57 L 1/24 Colgate* 58-55 W 1/26 Holy Cross* 72-49 W 1/31 at Lafayette* 66-67 L 2/2 at Army* 79-64 W 2/8 Bucknell* 70-56 W 2/12 at Navy* 64-61 W 2/15 Lehigh* 69-59 W 2/21 at Holy Cross* 66-68 L 2/23 at Colgate* 59-60 L 2/27 Army* 77-43 W 3/1 Lafayette* 79-62 W 3/8 Navy% 72-57 W 3/9 Lafayette% 74-55 W 3/14 Holy Cross# 64-72 L * indicates Patriot League game % indicates Patriot League Tournament # indicates Patriot League Championship Game at Holy Cross 2003-04 (18-13; 10-4 Patriot League) Coach: Jeff Jones Patriot League Regular Season Champions

2001-02 PL Regular Season Champions

2001-2002 (18-12; 10-4 Patriot League) Coach: Jeff Jones Patriot League Regular Season Champions Date 11/17 11/20 11/24 11/28 12/1

Opponent at Maryland at St. Francis (Pa.) Fairleigh Dickinson Charleston Pennsylvania

Score 53-83 55-52 55-48 70-76 (2OT) 51-61

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Date 11/22 11/25 11/29 12/2 12/4 12/6 12/8 1218 12/21 12/28 12/29 12/30 1/3

Opponent at Maryland Delaware at Fairleigh Dickinson at Radford at Elon UNC-Greensboro at Howard at St. Francis (Pa.) at Notre Dame vs. Pepperdine! vs. Bowling Green! vs. East Tennessee St.! Yale

Score 48-79 63-72 54-55 83-69 82-85 65-45 57-53 63-75 74-78 69-82 73-64 71-66 84-73

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1/5 Niagara 72-75 1/10 Bucknell* 58-55 (OT) 1/14 at Navy* 80-58 1/17 Lehigh* 58-63 (OT) 1/23 at Colgate* 74-71 1/25 at Holy Cross* 62-59 1/30 Lafayette* 83-86 2/1 Army* 60-46 2/7 at Bucknell* 62-67 2/10 Navy* 71-49 2/13 at Lehigh* 65-86 2/20 Holy Cross* 65-51 2/22 Colgate* 65-62 2/26 at Army* 54-58 2/28 at Lafayette* 90-82 3/6 Army% 65-48 3/7 Colgate% 65-55 3/14 Lehigh^ 57-59 ! Indicates Rainbow Classic game * indicates Patriot League game % indicates Patriot League Tournament ^ Indicates Patriot League Championship Game at Lehigh

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2004-05 (17-11; 9-5 Patriot League) Coach: Jeff Jones Date Opponent Score 11/15 at Virginia Commonwealth # 76-82 (OT) 11/20 at Niagara 71-78 11/23 Wagner 70-49 11/29 St. Francis (Pa.) 71-65 12/4 Vermont 67-64 12/8 at Towson 75-64 12/11 Ohio 64-55 12/23 at No. 21/24 Maryland 61-82 12/28 La Salle 53-66 1/2 at Delaware 64-58 1/4 at Missouri 51-64 1/8 Lehigh * 2-0 1/10 at Yale 69-65 1/12 at Navy * 66-60 1/15 Lafayette * 76-74 1/21 at Army * 72-37 1/24 at Holy Cross * 56-80 1/28 Bucknell * 68-59 1/30 Colgate * 78-59 2/4 Army * 86-58 2/6 Holy Cross * 67-76 (OT) 2/11 at Bucknell * 52-65 2/13 at Colgate * 57-67 2/19 at Lafayette * 89-93 (OT) 2/23 at Lehigh * 65-61 2/26 Navy * 84-77 3/4 vs. Navy % 85-83 3/6 at Bucknell % 35-53 # Preseason NIT * indicates Patriot League game % indicates Patriot League Tournament ^ indicates win by forfeit (original score was 56-53, LU)

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2005-06 (12-17; 7-7 Patriot League) Coach: Jeff Jones Date 11/19 11/22 11/26 11/29 12/3 12/5 12/7 12/10 12/12 12/23 12/29 1/2 1/7 1/9 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/4

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Opponent at Washington at Wagner at La Salle at Loyola (Md.) at Ohio vs. George Mason # Mount St. Mary’s Towson Howard at Maryland at Vermont at St. Francis (Pa.) Lehigh * Yale Bucknell * at Colgate * Army * at Holy Cross * at Navy * Lafayette * at Lehigh *

Score 82-99 59-72 63-75 60-68 50-81 35-75 80-60 74-70 72-60 55-81 62-72 62-52 59-70 59-71 50-58 74-66 65-63 (2 OT) 63-74 68-77 74-56 58-65

91

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American University Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results 2/4 at Lehigh * 58-65 L 2/8 at Bucknell * 57-74 L 2/12 Colgate * 72-64 W 2/15 at Army 68-55 W 2/18 Holy Cross * 62-69 L 2/23 Navy * 65-48 W 2/25 at Lafayette 77-67 W 3/3 vs. Lafayette % 75-62 W 3/5 at Bucknell % 50-64 L # indicates BB&T Classic at Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. * indicates Patriot League game % indicates Patriot League Tournament (at Bucknell) 2006-07 (16-14; 7-7 Patriot League) Coach: Jeff Jones Date Opponent Score 11/10 at Fairfield University 59-54 (OT) 11/14 Morgan State University 97-84 11/17 at University of Richmond 50-61 11/20 Loyola College (Md.) 81-74 11/25 at Xavier University 68-86 11/27 at Mount St. Mary’s 59-46 11/29 NJIT 75-50 12/4 Longwood University 60-49 12/6 at Howard University 85-75 12/9 at Yale 53-70 12/23 at University of Maryland 54-66 12/28 at Virginia 70-91 12/30 at Longwood 79-81 (OT) 1/02 St. Francis (Pa.) 73-63 1/6 at Lehigh* 49-51 1/9 at Bucknell* 60-66 1/13 Colgate University* 70-48 1/17 at Army * 55-60 1/20 Holy Cross * 64-69 (OT) 1/24 Navy * 55-46 1/27 at Lafayette * 73-59 1/31 at Holy Cross * 47-58 2/3 Lehigh * 54-56 2/6 Bucknell * 66-69 2/11 at Colgate * 64-58 (OT) 2/14 Army * 64-49 2/20 at Navy * 71-60 2/23 Lafayette * 78-67 2/28 Colgate % 59-44 3/4 at Holy Cross % 53-55 * indicates Patriot League game % indicates Patriot League Tournament

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2007-08 Patriot League Champions

2007-08 (21-12; 10-4 Patriot League) Coach: Jeff Jones Patriot League Regular Season Champions Patriot League Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Date 11/10 11/13 11/15 11/18 11/20 11/24 11/26 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/19 12/22 12/29 1/4

Opponent at St. Francis at Loyola Fairfield Stony Brook University Morgan State at NJIT at Mount St. Mary’s UMBC Howard Jacksonville University at Dayton Flyers at Maryland at Georgetown at Brown

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Score 75-68 67-71 52-60 65-56 54-62 73-50 66-45 68-83 66-54 52-50 56-63 67-59 51-78 55-68

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1/6 at Columbia 1/12 at Lehigh* 1/16 at Bucknell* 1/19 Colgate University* 1/23 at Army* 1/26 Holy Cross* 1/30 Navy* 2/2 at Lafayette* 2/6 at Holy Cross* 2/10 Lehigh* 2/13 Bucknell* 2/17 at Colgate* 2/20 Army* 2/27 at Navy* 3/1 Lafayette* 3/5 Holy Cross % 3/9 Army % 3/14 Colgate $ 3/21 Tennessee ! * indicates Patriot League game % indicates Patriot League Tournament $ indicates Patriot League Championship ! indicates NCAA Tournament game

69-56 71-54 62-66 65-57 66-53 64-66 66-77 87-76 62-46 82-74 68-64 68-60 49-40 68-83 84-72 62-60 72-60 52-46 52-72

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2009-10 (11-20; 7-7 Patriot League) Coach: Jeff Jones Date Opponent Score 11/13 at St. Francis (Pa.) 61-65 11/16 Albany 50-51 11/18 Mt. St. Marys 62-73 11/21 Florida Atlantic 69-81 11/23 Fairfield 56-72 11/25 Manhattan 62-69 11/28 at Maryland Eastern Shore 58-65 12/1 Howard 59-53 12/5 at Georgetown 46-73 12/16 at Depaul 62-57 12/20 UMBC 57-59 12/21 at Penn State 57-76 12/28 at Florida 60-76 1/2 at Brown 76-68 1/4 at Columbia 51-56 1/9 at Lehigh* 67-78 1/13 at Bucknell* 68-72 (OT) 1/17 Colgate* 73-63 1/20 at Army* 48-68 1/23 Holy Cross* 71-64 1/27 Navy* 69-59 1/30 at Lafayette* 76-66 2/6 Lehigh* 65-77 2/11 Bucknell* 59-73 2/13 at Colgate* 74-75 (2OT) 2/17 Army* 57-54 2/21 at Holy Cross* 51-64 2/24 at Navy* 80-77 (2OT) 2/27 Lafayette* 78-60 3/3 Navy% 62-60 3/7 at Lehigh% 57-79 * indicates Patriot League game % indicates Patriot League Tournament

2008-09 Patriot League Champions

2008-09 (24-8; 13-1 League)) 2008 09 (24 8 13 1 Patriot P i L Coach: Jeff Jones Patriot League Regular Season Champions Patriot League Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Date Opponent Score 11/14 at Oklahoma 54-83 11/17 ST. FRANCIS (PA) 67-46 11/19 at Howard 65-63 11/22 at Jacksonville 75-67 11/25 at Stony Brook 56-53 11/29 at Fairfield 73-82 12/1 MOUNT ST. MARY’S 52-57 12/06 at Georgetown 49-73 12/17 at George Washington 50-63 12/20 at UMBC 74-61 12/22 at Maryland 51-67 12/29 at Manhattan 60-48 1/2 BROWN 68-53 1/5 COLUMBIA 62-50 1/10 LEHIGH* 76-66 (OT) 1/14 BUCKNELL* 69-55 1/17 at COLGATE* 79-49 01/24 at HOLY CROSS* 62-71 01/28 at NAVY* 68-67 1/31 LAFAYETTE* 78-65 2/4 ARMY* 58-34 2/07 at LEHIGH* 66-58 2/11 at BUCKNELL* 52-50 2/14 COLGATE* 69-44 2/18 at ARMY* 58-36 2/21 HOLY CROSS* 56-50 2/25 NAVY* 64-59 02/28 at LAFAYETTE* 75-68 (OT) 3/4 LAFAYETTE % 78-56 3/8 ARMY % 61-60 3/13 HOLY CROSS $ 73-57 3/19 vs Villanova ! 67-80 *indicates Patriot League game % indicates Patriot League Tournament $ indicates Patriot League Championship ! indicates NCAA Tournament Game

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2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball

Year-By-Year Results YEAR

COACH

1926-27

Springston

1927-28

Springston

1928-29

Springston

1929-30

Young

RECORD

PCT.

YEAR

COACH

RECORD

PCT.

15-4

.789

1968-69

A. Kyber

4-19

.173

5-10

.333

1969-70

T. Young

11-12

.477

10-6

.625

1970-71

T. Young

13-12

.520

11-10

.485

1971-72

T. Young

16-8

.667

1930-31

Young

9-6

.600

1972-73

T. Young

21-5

.807

1931-32

Young

12-2

.800

1973-74

J. Lynam

16-10

.615

1932-33

Young

11-2

.867

1974-75

J. Lynam

16-10

.615

1933-34

Young

0-10

.000

1975-76

J. Lynam

9-16

.360

1934-35

Young

1-14

.067

1976-77

J. Lynam

13-13

.500

1935-36

Young

2-12

.142

1977-78

J. Lynam

16-12

.571

1936-37

Smith

8- 9

.470

1978-79

G. Williams

14-13

.519

1937-38

S. Cassell

8-6

.571

1979-80

G. Williams

13-14

.481

1938-39

S. Cassell

8-7

.533

1980-81

G. Williams

24-6

.800

1939-40

S. Cassell

6-8

.428

1981-82

G. Williams

21-9

.700

1940-41

S. Cassell

7-8

.416

1982-83

E. Tapscott

20-10

.667

1941-42

S. Cassell

8-8

.500

1983-84

E. Tapscott

6-22

.214

1942-43

Kalijarvi

4-8

.368

1984-85

E. Tapscott

9-19

.321

1943-44

Kalijarvi

5-10

.333

1985-86

E. Tapscott

10-18

.357

1944-45

Boyd

15-1

.937

1986-87

E. Tapscott

13-14

.481

1945-46

Boyd

17-4

.809

1987-88

E. Tapscott

14-14

.500

1946-47

S. Cassell

14-11

.560

1988-89

E. Tapscott

17-11

.610

1947-48

S. Cassell

17-11

.607

1989-90

E. Tapscott

20- 9

.689

1948-49

S. Cassell

17-9

.654

1990-91

C. Knoche

15-14

.517

1949-50

S. Cassell

22-8

.733

1991-92

C. Knoche

11-18

.379

1950-51

S. Cassell

18-10

.643

1992-93

C. Knoche

11-17

.393

1951-52

S. Cassell

17-8

.680

1993-94

C. Knoche

8-19

.296

1952-53

D. Schulze

15-8

.652

1994-95

C. Knoche

9-19

.321

1953-54

D. Schulze

12-13

.480

1995-96

C. Knoche

12-15

.409

1954-55

D. Schulze

8-19

.296

1996-97

C. Knoche

11-16

.396

1955-56

D. Schulze

10-13

.434

1997-98

A. Perry

9-19

.325

1956-57

D. Carrasco

10-14

.416

1998-99

A. Perry

7-21

.300

1957-58

D. Carrasco

23-5

.821

1999-00

A. Perry

11-18

.379

1958-59

D. Carrasco

22-7

.785

2000-01

J. Jones

7-20

.259

1959-60

D. Carrasco

21-7

.750

2001-02

J. Jones

18-12

.600

1960-61

D. Carrasco

15-7

.681

2002-03

J. Jones

16-14

.533

1961-62

D. Carrasco

10-11

.476

2003-04

J. Jones

18-13

.581

1962-63

J. Williams

10-14

.417

2004-05

J. Jones

17-11

.607

1963-64

J. Williams

6-18

.250

2005-06

J. Jones

12-17

.414

1964-65

J. Williams

4-19

.173

2006-07

J. Jones

16-14

.533

1965-66

A. Kyber

8-14

.363

2007-08

J. Jones

21-12

.636

Jimmy Williams Head Coach, 1962-65 2000 AU Hall of Fame Inductee

Tom Davis Asst. Coach, 1969-71 Head Coach at Drake University

Gary Williams Head Coach, 1978-82 Head Coach at Maryland University

Ed Tapscott Head Coach, 1982-90 Former President of Charlotte Bobcats

Tom Young Head Coach, 1969-73 Former Washington Wizards Asst. Coach

Jim Lynam Head Coach, 1973-78 Former Washington Bullets Head Coach

Fran Dunphy Asst. Coach, 1980-85 Head Coach at University of Penn

Chris Knoche, ‘80 Head Coach, 1990-97 Radio Personality 980 and WJFK

1966-67

A. Kyber

16-8

.667

2008-09

J. Jones

24-8

.750

1967-68

A. Kyber

14-12

.537

2009-10

J. Jones

11-20

.354

1,051-984

.516

All-Time Record

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results Opponent Abilene Christian Adelphi Air Force Akron Alabama Alabama State Albany Appalachian State Army Army War College Atlantic Christian Bainbridge Baldwin Wallace Ball State Baltimore Belmont Abbey Blue Ridge Bolling Field Boston University Bowling Green Bradley Bridgewater Brooklyn Brown Bucknell Buffalo California Carnegie Tech. Catholic Central Conn. St. Central Florida Central Michigan Cincinnati CCNY College of Charleston Clark Clemson Coast Guard Coastal Carolina Colgate Colorado State Columbia Connecticut Coppin State Dartmouth Davis & Elkins Dayton Delaware DePaul Dickinson District of Columbia D.C. Teachers Drew Drexel Duquesne East Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan East Tennessee State Elizabethtown Elon Evansville Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Florida Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida Southern Florida State Fort Meade Furman Gallaudet Gannon George Mason Georgetown George Washington Gettysburg Hampden-Sydney Harvard High Point Hofstra

94

Record 0-1 10-1 1-0 1-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 19-3 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 31-8 1-0 2-0 0-1 1-2 1-0 0-1 18-6 3-0 2-4 20-27 3-1 0-1 0-2 52-15 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-7 4-2 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-2 18-4 0-1 3-1 1-5 1-2 2-0 5-7 0-1 16-9 1-3 1-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 15-7 2-18 23-17 1-0 2-2 0-1 2-0 3-0 6-1 0-2 7-7 11-8 0-2 1-1 3-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 0-2 23-6 1-0 10-30 10-41 21-20 16-5 10-15 3-0 2-2 15-10

Last AU Win 1967-68 1979-80 1964-65

1972-73 2009-10 1945-46 1952 1958 1979-80 1962-63 1928 1942-43 2003-04 1959-60 1949-50 2009-10 2008-09 1973-74

2005-06 1990-91 1978-79

1966-67 1992-93 1988-89 1962-63 2009-10 2008-09 1948-49 1992-93 1987-88 1984-85 2004-05 2009-10 1953-54 1990-91 1957-58 1937-38 1983-84 1972-73 1999-00 1984-85 1989-90 2003-04 1940-41 2002-03 2006-07 2001-02 1990-91 1988-89 2001-02 1951-52 1960-61 1970-71 1996-97 1982-83 2002-03 1988-89 1956-57 1988-89 1927-28 1982-83

Opponent

Record

Holy Cross Howard Illinois Iona Jacksonville James Madison Johns Hopkins Juniata Kansas Kentucky King’s (Pa.) Lafayette La Salle Lehigh Liberty Long Beach State Long Island Longwood Louisville Loyola (Md.) Lycoming Lynchburg Manhattan Marist Marquette Marshall Maryland Maryland-Baltimore County Maryland-Eastern Shore Maryland State Marymount (Va.) Massachusetts-Boston Mexico Miami (Fla.) Millersville Minnesota-Duluth Missouri Missouri-Kansas City Monmouth Montana Morgan State Morris Harvey Mt. St. Mary’s (Md.) Mt. Union Muhlenberg Navy Navy Thunderbirds NJIT New Hampshire New Haven New Mexico State New York University Niagara North Carolina A&T North Carolina-Charlotte North Carolina-Greensboro North Carolina State NC-Wilmington Northeastern Notre Dame Ohio Northern Ohio State Ohio University Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma Oklahoma City Old Dominion Ox Fiber Brush Co. Pennsylvania Penn Military Penn State Pepperdine Princeton Providence Quantico Marines Radford Randolph-Macon Rhode Island Rice Richmond Rider Roanoke

8-16 12-3 0-1 0-6 5-0 12-28 9-6 12-4 0-1 0-1 7-2 25-19 7-20 19-13 2-0 0-2 5-1 1-1 0-1 42-38 2-0 6-7 2-5 1-2 0-1 0-1 2-15 2-3 0-1 10-2 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-2 2-0 2-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 31-27 1-1 0-2 37-35 1-0 2-0 1-0 3-0 0-1 1-2 1-3 2-1 1-0 2-1 0-1 13-23 1-1 0-3 1-0 0-4 2-0 3-3 0-1 0-1 11-21 1-0 0-6 3-0 1-15 0-2 0-1 0-2 6-12 3-1 30-15 2-4 1-0 12-33 18-13 8-6

Last AU Win 2009-10 2009-10

Opponent

Record

1940-41 1948-49

Robert Morris Rutgers St. Bonaventure St. Francis (N.Y.) St. Francis (Pa.) St. Johns (Md.) St. Johns (N.Y.) St. Joseph’s (Pa.) St. Mary’s (Calif.) St. Mary’s (Md.) St. Peter’s (N.J.) Salem Santa Clara Scranton Seton Hall Shenandoah Siena South Alabama Southern California Southern Connecticut Southern Mississippi Southern Utah South Florida Southwest Louisiana Springfield Spring Hill Stanford Stetson Steubenville Stony Brook Susquehanna Swarthmore Syracuse Temple Tennessee Tennessee-Martin Texas Texas-Pan American Toledo Towson Trenton State Tufts UCLA Upsala Utah Utah State Vanderbilt Vermont Villanova Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Military Institute Virginia Tech. Wagner Wake Forest War Department Washington Washington College Washington (Mo.) West Chester State Western Maryland West Virginia West Virginia Tech West Virginia Wesleyan Whittier Wichita State William & Mary Wilson Teachers Wyoming Xavier Yale

1951-52 2003-04 1982-83 1971-72 1972-73 1996-97 1983-84 1972-73

*Bold indicates 2010-11 opponent

2008-09 2000-01 1951-52 1961-62

1976-77 2009-10 1982-83 2008-09 2002-03 1987-88 2006-07 2006-07 1949-50 1960-61 2008-09 1982-83

2007-08 2008-09 1947-48 1995-96 1982-83 1949-50 1970-71 1970-71

1989-90 1985-86 2006-07 2007-08 1957-58 2009-10 1943-44 2007-08 1980-81 1959-60 1926-27 1993-94 2001-02 1982-83 2003-04 2000-01 1982-83 1962-63 2004-05 1964-65

1999-00 1943-44

Last AU Win

0-2 0-3 0-4 1-1 8-4 6-11 1-6 4-16 0-2 6-0 2-5 2-0 2-1 3-0 0-3 3-0 2-4 1-1 0-2 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-3 3-1 0-2 2-0 5-2 1-3 2-10 4-20 0-2 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 22-3 2-0 1-0 0-2 3-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-3 0-9 1-5 18-15 1-1 2-4 6-5 0-4 1-0 0-1 19-3 1-0 11-1 28-5 1-3 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 35-14 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-2

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

1973-74 2008-09 1936-37 1972-73 1992-93 1986-87 1994-95 1930-31 1990-91 1953-54 1984-85 1977-78 1981-82 1962-63 1974-75 1996-97 1975-76 1989-90 1955-56 1978-79 2008-09 1968-69 1940-41 1971-72 1980-81 1993-94 1991-92 2004-05 1978-79 1982-83 1959-60

2004-05 1950-51 1999-00 1930-31 1946-47 2004-05 1945-46 1980-81 1965-66 1981-82 1998-99 1974-75 1952-53 1981-82 1989-90 2000-01

1986-87 2004-05


American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results Abilene Christian Overall: Abilene Christian leads, 1-0 Neutral: Abilene Christian leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/3/83 Malibu, CA (a) (a) Malibu Classic Adelphi Overall: AU leads, 10-1 Home: AU leads, 3-0 Away: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 5-1 Date Site 1959 Unknown (a) 1959 Unknown 1/11/61 Washington 12/9/61 Unknown 1962 Garden City, N.Y. 2/22/64 Unknown 1964 Unknown 1966 Unknown 1/26/67 Washington 2/6/68 Garden City, N.Y. 12/4/68 Washington (a) NCAA Tournament Air Force Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/29/79 New York (a) (a) Manufacturer’s Hanover Classic Akron Overall: Akron leads, 4-1 Home: Akron leads, 1-0 Unknown: Akron leads, 3-1 Date Site 12/2/61 Unknown 1/5/63 Washington 1/3/64 Unknown 12/12/64 Unknown 1966 Unknown Alabama Overall: Alabama leads, 1-0 Neutral: Alabama leads, 1-0 Date Site 11/25/78 Neutral (a) (a) Lapchick Tournament Alabama State Overall: Alabama State leads, 1-0 Neutral: Alabama State leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/30/93 Neutral (a) (a) Dr. Pepper Holiday Classic Albany Overall: Albany leads, 1-0 Home: Albany leads, 1-0 Date Site 11/16/09 Washington Appalachian State Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/28/72 Neutral (a) (a) Roanoke Classic Army Overall: AU leads, 19-3 Home: AU leads, 11-0 Away: AU leads, 8-2 Unknown: Army leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/23/63 Unknown 1/12/02 Washington 2/6/02 West Point, N.Y. 2/2/03 West Point, N.Y. 2/27/03 Washington 2/1/04 Washington 2/26/04 West Point, N.Y.

Score 83-91

Score 80-73 82-71 87-72 72-54 73-56 50-79 84-69 85-69 86-72 72-48 60-56

Score 84-57

W/L L

W/L W W W W W L W W W W W

W/L W

Score 89-81 44-72 61-86 48-47 66-105

W/L L L L W L

Score 87-110

W/L L

Score 70-87

W/L L

Score 50-51

W/L L

Score 98-84

Score 70-100 58-40 74-59 79-64 77-43 60-46 54-48

W/L W

W/L L W W W W W W

3/6/04 Upper Marlboro, Md. 1/21/05 West Point, N.Y. 2/4/05 Washington 1/18/06 Washington 2/15/06 West Point, N.Y. 1/17/07 West Point, N.Y. 2/14/07 Washington 1/23/08 West Point, N.Y. 2/20/08 Washington 3/9/08 Washington (a) 2/4/09 Washington 2/18/09 West Point, N.Y. 3/8/09 Washington (a) 1/20/10 West Point, N.Y. 2/17/10 Washington (a) Patriot League Semifinals

65-48 72-37 86-58 65-63 (2OT) 65-55 55-60 64-49 66-53 49-40 72-60 58-34 58-36 61-60 48-68 57-54

Baldwin Wallace Overall: Baldwin Wallace leads, 1-0 Neutral: Baldwin Wallace leads, 1-0 Date Site Score 3/12/51 Unknown (NCAA East Regional)66-67 Ball State Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1958 Unknown

Score 71-69

Baltimore Overall: AU leads, 31-8 Home: AU leads, 12-4 Away: AU leads, 9-2 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 9-2 Date Site Score 1928-29 Unknown 55-40 1947 Washington 76-33 2/4/49 Washington 60-39 2/19/49 Baltimore, MD 56-44 1950 Baltimore, MD 71-58 1950 Washington 75-58 1/8/51 Washington 39-40 2/8/51 Washington 90-61 1952 Baltimore, MD 54-49 1952 Washington 30-31 12/8/52 Baltimore, MD 75-58 1954 Baltimore, MD 69-80 1954 Washington 114-75 1954 Washington 77-83 1954-55 Baltimore, MD 87-75 1955-56 Unknown 93-81 1956 Unknown 81-95 1957 Baltimore, MD 82-81 1957 Washington 89-105 1958 Washington 88-67 1958 Washington 76-60 1959 Baltimore, MD 51-61 1959 Washington 85-58 1960 Unknown 79-59 1960 Unknown 82-78 1960 Unknown 74-72 12/1/60 Baltimore, MD 75-67 2/4/61 Washington 90-78 1962 Unknown 99-68 2/7/62 Unknown 78-76 (2OT) 1962 Washington 78-62 1963 Baltimore, MD 81-80 1/31/64 Unknown 88-70 1965 Unknown 56-58 1966 Unknown 91-64 1/14/67 Baltimore, MD 86-72 12/11/67 Washington 101-75 2/6/79 Washington 60-58 12/7/79 Unknown (a) 60-58 (a) James Madison Invitational Tournament

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

W/L L

W/L W

W/L W W W W W W L W W L W L W L W W L W L W W L W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W

Boston University Overall: Boston University leads, 2-1 Home: Boston University leads, 0-1 Away: Boston University leads, 0-1 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1942-43 Unknown 11/25/97 Washington 11/30/98 Boston, MA

Score 43-42 56-58 56-58

W/L W L L

Score 73-64

W/L W

Score 65-76

W/L L

Bridgewater Overall: AU leads, 18-6 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 15-6 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 1926-27 Unknown 1931-32 Unknown 1932-33 Unknown 1932-33 Unknown 1933-34 Unknown 1934-35 Unknown 1934-35 Unknown 1935-36 Unknown 1935-36 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1937-38 Unknown 1938-39 Unknown 1942-43 Unknown 1943-44 Unknown 1944-45 Unknown 1944-45 Unknown 1944-45 Unknown 1951-52 Unknown 2/20/53 Bridgewater, VA 1957-58 Washington 1958-59 Bridgewater, VA 1959-60 Unknown

Score 55-35 34-13 41-28 27-22 36-20 15-18 30-38 21-32 27-29 36-43 19-31 38-30 38-24 42-35 49-47 41-36 55-45 51-48 59-55 87-54 82-45 76-48 79-64 86-75

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Brooklyn Overall: AU leads, 3-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1927-28 Unknown 12/4/48 Brooklyn 1949-50 Washington

Score 33-26 55-52 62-41

W/L W W W

Score 69-83 85-90 (OT) 84-95 55-68 68-53 76-68

W/L L L L L W W

Bowling Green Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/29/03 Unknown (a) (a) Rainbow Classic Bradley Overall: Bradley leads, 1-0 Neutral: Bradley leads, 1-0 Date Site 3/12/82 Unknown (a) (a) National Invitational Tournament

Brown Overall: Brown leads, 4-2 Home: Brown leads, 1-0 Away: Brown leads, 2-1 Neutral: Brown leads, 2-0 Date Site 12/29/70 Unknown (a) 1/2/86 Unknown 12/1/86 Providence, RI 1/4/08 Providence, RI 1/2/09 Washington 1/2/10 Providence, RI (a) Gem City Classic

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

95


American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results Bucknell Overall: Bucknell leads, 27-20 Home: AU leads, 13-10 Away: Bucknell leads, 16-6 Neutral: Tied, 1-1 Date Site 1/14/39 Lewisburg, PA 12/12/39 Washington 2/24/40 Lewisburg, PA 1/18/47 Lewisburg, PA 2/4/47 Washington 1/31/49 Washington 2/6/50 Washington 12/2/63 Lewisburg, PA 2/4/65 Washington 1/10/66 Washington 2/8/67 Lewisburg, PA 1/13/68 Washington 12/7/68 Washington 12/11/69 Lewisburg, PA 12/28/76 Lafayette (a) 1/15/77 Washington 1/14/78 Lewisburg, PA 1/13/79 Washington 1/12/80 Lewisburg, PA 1/17/81 Washington 1/16/82 Lewisburg, PA 1/15/83 Washington 3/9/83 Lafayette (b) 1/14/84 Lewisburg, PA 2/13/84 Washington 11/29/00 Washington 1/22/01 Lewisburg, PA 1/19/02 Washington 2/13/02 Lewisburg, PA 1/11/03 Lewisburg, PA 2/8/03 Washington 1/10/04 Washington 2/7/04 Lewisburg, PA 1/28/05 Washington 2/11/05 Lewisburg, PA 3/6/05 Lewisburg, PA (c) 1/11/06 Washington 2/8/06 Lewisburg, PA 3/5/06 Lewisburg, PA (d) 1/9/07 Lewisburg, PA 2/6/07 Washington 1/16/08 Lewisburg, PA 2/13/08 Washington 1/14/09 Washington 2/11/09 Lewisburg, PA 1/13/10 Lewisburg, PA 2/11/10 Washington (a) Lafayette Tournament (b) ECC Championships (c) Patriot League Tournament (d) Patriot League Semifinals

Score 38-33 36-47 50-72 40-71 54-51 75-41 79-62 55-71 69-79 74-80 64-68 77-76 57-59 89-82 60-65 84-65 87-75 83-85 (2OT) 89-105 75-65 92-75 62-66 51-49 (OT) 44-63 54-67 60-58 51-61 69-52 78-67 52-63 70-56 58-55 (OT) 62-67 68-59 52-65 35-53 50-58 57-74 50-64 60-66 66-69 62-66 68-64 69-55 52-50 68-72 (OT) 59-73

Buffalo Overall: AU leads, 3-1 Neutral: AU leads, 3-0 Unknown: Buffalo leads, 1-0 Date Site 3/7/58 Unknown (a) 12/13/60 Unknown (b) 1964-65 Unknown 12/8/73 Unknown (c) (a) NCAA Tournament (b) Quantico Invitational (c) Steubenville Tournament California-Berkeley Overall: California leads, 1-0 Away: California leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/28/88 Berkeley, CA Carnegie Tech Overall: Carnegie Tech leads, 2-0 Unknown: Carnegie Tech leads, 2-0 Date Site 1929-30 Unknown 1930-31 Unknown

96

Score 77-60 67-64 46-71 85-76

Score 65-78

Score 21-31 21-31

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W/L L

W/L L L

Catholic Overall: AU leads, 52-15 Home: AU leads, 21-0 Away: AU leads, 15-4 Unknown: AU leads, 14-11 Neutral: AU leads, 2-0 Date Site 1/14/27 Unknown 2/18/27 Unknown 1/13/28 Unknown 2/1/28 Unknown 1/28/29 Unknown 2/8/29 Unknown 1/13/30 Unknown 2/10/30 Unknown 1/19/31 Unknown 1/8/38 Unknown 2/14/38 Unknown 2/13/42 Unknown 2/28/42 Unknown 12/7/42 Unknown 2/8/43 Unknown 2/14/44 Unknown 2/26/44 Unknown 2/11/46 Unknown 2/19/46 Unknown 12/5/46 Unknown 2/17/47 Unknown 1/12/48 Unknown 2/18/48 Washington (A) 1/14/49 Washington (H) 2/17/49 Washington (A) 1/14/50 Washington (A) 2/10/50 Washington (H) 12/7/50 Washington (A) 2/3/51 Washington (H) 12/4/51 Washington (H) 2/20/52 Washington (A) 1/9/53 Washington (A) 2/17/53 Washington (H) 12/7/53 Washington (H) 1/19/54 Washington (A) 2/12/55 Washington (A) 12/10/55 Washington (H) 2/2/57 Washington (A) 12/13/57 Washington (H) 1/9/59 Washington (A) 2/9/60 Unknown 1959-60 Unknown 2/9/61 Washington (A) 3/3/61 Washington (H) 2/12/62 Unknown 12/30/62 Washington (a) 2/19/63 Washington (A) 1/30/70 Washington (H) 12/11/70 Washington (A) 12/1/71 Washington (H) 12/4/72 Washington (A) 12/4/73 Washington (H) 12/4/74 Washington (A) 12/3/75 Washington (H) 12/1/76 Washington (A) 12/29/76 Unknown (b) 11/30/77 Washington (H) 11/30/78 Washington (A) 1/16/80 Washington (H) 2/21/81 Washington (A) 2/19/82 Washington (H) 12/14/85 Washington (H) 1/21/87 Washington (A) 11/23/96 Washington (H) 12/13/97 Washington (H) 11/21/98 Washington (H) 11/22/99 Washington (H) 11/9/05 Washington (H) (a) D.C. Invitational Tournament (b) Lafayette Tournament Central Connecticut St Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/8/90 Denver (a) (a) Mile High Classic

Central Florida Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/29/78 Unknown (a) (a) Tangerine Bowl Score 22-34 24-29 20-29 16-51 25-28 29-22 26-19 21-15 29-19 29-38 22-32 61-33 61-35 38-44 43-52 34-49 52-59 49-34 55-27 47-40 54-33 55-50 61-56 58-40 44-33 64-56 64-59 93-76 87-57 73-34 92-49 69-50 76-50 74-52 97-71 95-58 63-58 75-73 86-63 66-67 62-54 88-67 66-70 58-52 65-48 79-67 63-79 77-65 60-68 80-70 74-59 69-68 90-64 79-64 54-48 89-54 73-72 83-68 67-58 105-77 101-64 84-78 88-81 101-66 75-67 81-73 83-65 71-63

W/L L L L L L W W W W L L W W L L L L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L W W W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Score 113-92

W/L W

Score 85-83 (OT)

Central Michigan Overall: Central Michigan leads, 1-0 Neutral: Central Michigan leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/7/73 Neutral (a) (a) Steubenville Tournament

W/L W

Score 90-93

W/L L

Score 69-72

W/L L

Score 19-51 38-53 58-64 57-66 71-75 (OT) 61-73 66-76 74-55

W/L L L L L L L L W

College of Charleston Overall: AU leads, 4-2 Home: AU leads, 2-1 Away: AU leads, 2-1 Date Site 2/26/90 Washington 2/25/91 Charleston 2/6/92 Washington 3/1/93 Charleston 11/28/01 Washington 12/20/02 Charleston

Score 85-67 80-72 73-71 77-68 70-76 (2OT) 65-68

W/L W W W W L L

Clark Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 11/29/88 Washington

Score 101-62

W/L W

Score 58-98

W/L L

Score 30-64 80-67

W/L L W

Score 73-74 66-72

W/L L L

Cincinnati Overall: Cincinnati leads, 1-0 Home: Cincinnati leads, 1-0 Date Site 11/23/91 Cincinnati (a) (a) Delta Bearcat Classic C.C.N.Y. Overall: C.C.N.Y. leads, 7-1 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: C.C.N.Y. leads, 2-0 Unknown: C.C.N.Y. leads, 5-0 Date Site 1936-37 Unknown 1945-46 Unknown 1946-47 Unknown 1947-48 New York 2/3/62 Unknown 1962-63 New York 1965-66 Unknown 12/9/66 Washington

Clemson Overall: Clemson leads, 1-0 Home: Clemson leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/7/77 Clemson Coast Guard Overall: Tied, 1-1 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: Coast Guard leads, 1-0 Date Site 1943-44 Unknown 12/28/62 Washington (a) (a) D.C. Invitational Tournament Coastal Carolina Overall: Coastal Carolina leads, 2-0 Home: Coastal Carolina leads, 1-0 Away: Coastal Carolina leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/10/00 Washington 12/2/00 Carolina

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results Colgate Overall: AU leads, 18-4 Home: AU leads, 11-0 Away: AU leads, 6-4 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/4/62 Hamilton, NY 1/9/02 Hamilton, NY 2/2/02 Washington 1/24/03 Washington 2/23/03 Hamilton, NY 1/23/04 Hamilton, NY 2/22/04 Washington 3/7/04 Neutral (a) 1/30/05 Washington 2/13/05 Hamilton, NY 1/14/06 Hamilton, NY 2/12/06 Washington 1/13/07 Washington 2/11/07 Hamilton, NY 2/28/07 Washington (a) 1/19/08 Washington 2/17/08 Hamilton, NY 3/14/08 Washington (b) 1/17/09 Hamilton, NY 2/14/09 Washington 1/17/10 Washington 2/13/10 Hamilton, NY (a) Patriot League Tournament (b) Patriot League Finals Colorado State Overall: Colorado State leads, 1-0 Home: Colorado State leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/2/94 Fort Collins, CO (a) (a) Colorado State Ram Classic Columbia Overall: AU leads, 3-1 Home: AU Leads, 1-0 Away: Tied, 1-1 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/8/84 Illinois (a) 1/6/08 New York, NY 1/5/09 Washington 1/4/10 New York, NY (a) Fightin’ Illini Classic Connecticut Overall: Connecticut leads, 5-1 Home: Connecticut leads, 1 -0 Away: Connecticut leads, 4-1 Date Site 1947-48 Storrs, CT 1947-48 Washington 12/1/48 Storrs, CT 12/17/62 Storrs, CT 2/20/65 Storrs, CT 1/10/76 Connecticut (a) (a) Connecticut Classic Coppin State Overall: Coppin State leads, 2-1 Home: Coppin State leads, 1-0 Away: Tied, 1-1 Date Site 11/30/87 Washington 12/5/91 Coppin State 1/20/93 Coppin State Dartmouth Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/28/87 Dartmouth 12/12/87 Washington

Score 69-70 76-59 72-58 58-55 59-60 74-71 65-62 65-55 78-59 57-67 74-66 72-64 70-48 64-58 (OT) 59-44 65-57 68-60 52-46 71-62 69-44 73-63 74-75 (2OT)

Score 67-75

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W/L L

Score 70-56 69-56 62-50 51-56

W/L W W W L

Score 37-48 48-52 50-47 58-64 60-115 70-73

W/L L L W L L L

Score 74-75 87-92 (OT) 71-56

Score 84-77 72-71

W/L L L W

W/L W W

Davis & Elkins Overall: Davis & Elkins leads, 7-5 Home: AU leads, 5-2 Away: Davis & Elkins leads, 1-0 Unknown: Davis & Elkins leads, 3-0 Neutral: Davis & Elkins leads, 1-0 Date Site 1929-30 Unknown 1930-31 Unknown 2/12/49 Washington 1949-50 Washington 12/16/50 Washington 1951-52 Davis & Elkins 12/4/52 Unknown (a) 12/13/52 Washington 1953-54 Washington 1955-56 Unknown 1956-57 Washington 12/18/84 Washington (a) Antlers Tournament

Score 37-50 37-50 59-65 56-62 67-49 52-61 71-79 71-56 81-66 63-65 83-75 80-54

W/L L L L L W L L W W L W W

Score 63-56

W/L L

Score 55-42 37-42 64-56 84-68 73-62 75-45 88-82 66-67 72-54 73-61 77-68 73-62 74-58 89-58 68-56 75-78 (2OT) 62-42 73-81 79-78 (OT) 91-94 (OT) 56-66 81-86 57-58 63-72 64-58

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Dayton Overall: Dayton leads, 1-0 Away: Dayton leads. 1-0 Date Site 12/19/07 Dayton. OH Delaware Overall: AU leads, 16-9 Home: AU leads, 8-3 Away: AU leads, 7-4 Unknown: Tied, 1-1 Date Site 1936-40 Unknown 1940-41 Unknown 12/15/70 Newark, DE 2/16/72 Washington 12/12/72 Newark, DE 12/12/73 Washington 12/14/74 Newark, DE 12/10/75 Washington 12/11/76 Newark, DE 12/10/77 Washington 12/15/78 Newark, DE 12/15/79 Washington 1/14/81 Washington 1/20/82 Newark, DE 1/19/83 Washington 1/18/84 Newark, DE 2/29/84 Washington 1/9/85 Newark, DE 1/8/86 Washington 2/16/87 Newark, DE 11/29/97 Bermuda 11/14/98 Washington 11/27/99 Newark, DE 11/25/03 Washington 1/2/05 Newark, DE

Drew Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1937-38 Unknown

DePaul Overall: DePaul leads, 3-1 Away: DePaul leads, 3-1 Date Site 2/21/64 DePaul 12/14/88 DePaul 12/11/91 Alumni Hall, Chicago, IL 12/16/09 DePaul

Score 59-85 85-120 80-106 62-57

W/L L L L W

Dickinson Overall: Dickinson leads, 2-1 Away: Tied, 1-1 Unknown: Dickinson leads, 1-0 Date Site 1940-41 Unknown 1953-54 Dickinson 1954-55 Dickinson

Score 34-46 56-50 82-86

W/L L W L

District of Columbia Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 11/27/90 Washington (H)

Score 79-51

W/L W

Score 33-27

Drexel Overall: AU leads, 15-7 Home: AU leads, 9-2 Away: AU leads, 6-2 Unknown: Drexel leads, 1-0 Neutral: Drexel leads, 2-0 Date Site Score 1939-40 Unknown 36-41 1949-50 Washington 68-44 1/20/51 Philadelphia, Pa. 75-59 12/14/70 Washington 91-64 12/6/71 Philadelphia, Pa. 85-56 12/2/72 Washington 86-78 2/6/74 Philadelphia, Pa. 69-62 2/17/75 Washington 77-76 2/16/76 Philadelphia, Pa. 42-55 1/26/77 Washington 79-72 1/4/78 Philadelphia, Pa. 58-57 1/24/79 Washington 94-76 2/26/79 Washington 55-66 2/16/80 Philadelphia, Pa. 83-78 2/16/81 Washington 85-74 3/4/81 Washington 62-60 1/9/82 Philadelphia, Pa. 75-81 3/5/82 The Palestra (a) 62-68 (OT) 2/2/83 Washington 57-55 1/7/84 Philadelphia, Pa. 48-47 2/1/84 Washington 69-77 12/4/87 New Rochelle, NY (b) 78-89 (a) East Coast Conference Playoffs at the Palestra (b) Manufacturer’s Hanover Classic Duquesne Overall: Duquesne leads, 18-2 Home: Duquesne leads, 8-2 Away: Duquesne leads, 10-0 Date Site 1/18/28 Washington 2/14/28 Duquesne 2/11/29 Washington 2/22/29 Duquesne 1/15/30 Washington 2/15/30 Duquesne 1/14/31 Washington 11/30/63 Duquesne 12/4/65 Duquesne 12/14/66 Washington 12/4/67 Duquesne 12/13/68 Washington 1/5/70 Duquesne 12/7/70 Washington 2/13/72 Duquesne 2/12/73 Washington 1/8/74 Duquesne 2/8/75 Washington 1/25/76 Duquesne 12/18/76 Washington

W/L W

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Score 29-34 18-24 40-48 23-25 14-27 18-32 18-32 59-99 84-98 71-69 64-106 56-86 64-103 70-81 74-78 109-94 56-68 86-99 62-73 75-79

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East Carolina Overall: AU leads, 23-17 Home: AU leads, 13-5 Away: AU leads, 3-2 Neutral: East Carolina leads, 10-7 Date Site Score 1/4/74 Washington (a) 82-75 2/11/85 East Carolina 79-62 2/21/85 Washington 88-79 1/4/86 East Carolina 62-70 2/1/86 Washington 63-65 1/3/87 Washington 69-67 1/31/87 East Carolina 56-71 1/18/88 East Carolina 75-69 (OT) 2/15/88 Washington 76-69 1/21/89 Washington 82-68 2/18/89 East Carolina 60-66 3/4/89 Hampton, VA (b) 58-76 1/13/90 Washington 60-50 2/10/90 East Carolina 54-59

W/L W W W L L W L W W W L L W L

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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All-Time Series Results 1/7/91 Washington 2/2/91 East Carolina 1/18/92 Washington 2/15/92 East Carolina 3/7/92 Richmond, VA (b) 1/16/93 East Carolina 2/15/93 Washington 1/8/94 East Carolina 2/7/94 Washington 1/23/95 Washington 2/4/95 East Carolina 3/4/95 Richmond, VA (b) 1/16/96 Washington 2/3/96 East Carolina 3/2/96 Richmond, VA (b) 1/4/97 East Carolina 2/3/97 Washington 1/5/98 Washington 2/9/98 East Carolina 12/5/98 East Carolina 2/13/99 Washington 1/15/00 Washington 1/31/00 East Carolina 3/3/00 Richmond, VA (b) 1/20/01 Washington 2/10/01 East Carolina (a) Presidential Classic (b) CAA Championships Eastern Illinois Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/5/85 Unknown (a) (a) United First Federal Classic Eastern Kentucky Overall: Tied, 2-2 Home: Tied, 1-1 Away: Tied, 1-1 Date Site 2/11/89 Eastern Kentucky 11/2789 Washington 12/22/99 Eastern Kentucky 12/28/00 Washington

92-83 63-60 80-79 69-66 76-69 89-64 67-57 65-77 62-73 72-81 79-65 75-67 86-75 89-73 60-76 60-66 63-61 76-63 62-72 58-64 53-59 72-64 59-62 74-54 64-74 (OT) 53-55

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

Score 80-79

W/L W

Score 82-75 69-64 63-73 67-72

Eastern Michigan Overall: Eastern Michigan leads, 1-0 Neutral: Eastern Michigan leads, 1-0 Date Site Score 12/7/90 Denver, CO (a) 83-92 (OT) (a) Mile High Classic East Tennessee State Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Neutral: AU leads, 2-0 Date Site 12/12/75 Bayou Classic 12/30/03 Rainbow Classic Elizabethtown Overall: AU leads, 3-0 Neutral: AU leads, 3-0 Date Site 1928-29 Unknown 1939-40 Unknown 1940-41 Unknown Elon Overall: AU leads, 6-1 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: Elon leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 5-0 Date Site 1929-30 Unknown 1930-31 Unknown 1931-32 Unknown 1931-32 Unknown 1932-33 Unknown 12/28/02 Washington 12/4/03 Elon

98

Score 84-81 71-66

Score 46-28 43-38 54-53

Score 29-26 26-20 31-19 31-19 38-13 76-51 82-85

W/L W W L L

W/L L

W/L W W

W/L W W W

W/L W W W W W W L

Evansville Overall: Evansville leads, 3-0 Neutral: Evansville leads, 3-0 Date Site 1957-58 NCAA Tournament 3/9/60 NCAA Tournament 11/29/08 Fairfield Fairfield Overall: Tied, 7-7 Home: AU leads, 4-2 Away:Fairfield leads, 3-2 Unknown: Fairfield leads, 1-0 Neutral: Tied, 1-1 Date Site 1959-60 NCAA Tournament 1965-66 Unknown 2/17/67 Washington 12/22/67 Washington 1/13/69 Fairfield, Conn. 1/8/78 Boys Club Classic 2/26/83 Fairfield, Conn. 1/4/89 Washington 12/2/89 Fairfield, Conn. 1/5/02 Washington 12/22/02 Fairfield, Conn. 11/10/06 Fairfield, Conn. 11/15/07 Washington 11/29/09 Fairfield, Conn. 11/23/09 Washington

Score 76-82 91-101 73-82

Score 75-74 79-102 94-75 83-71 73-93 88-105 84-72 86-78 (OT) 54-50 68-67 57-68 59-54 (2OT) 60-52 82-73 56-72

Fairleigh Dickinson Overall: AU leads, 11-8 Home: AU leads, 5-2 Away: Fairleigh Dickinson leads, 4-3 Unknown: Tied, 2-2 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/26/54 Washington 12/17/54 Fairleigh Dickinson 12/21/54 Marine Corps Tournament 2/16/56 Unknown 12/22//56 Fairleigh Dickinson 1/10/58 Washington 12/20/58 Washington 12/16/59 Unknown 1/9/65 Unknown 1/9/66 Unknown 1/7/67 Washington 1/6/68 Fairleigh Dickinson 2/3/70 Washington 2/10/71 Fairleigh Dickinson 2/8/73 Fairleigh Dickinson 1/27/76 Washington 2/19/77 Fairleigh Dickinson 11/24/01 Washington 11/29/03 Fairleigh Dickinson

Score 74-79 67-63 64-61 87-75 86-91 87-73 94-67 68-73 85-71 78-93 84-70 89-69 55-57 54-76 66-60 61-41 80-89 55-48 54-55

W/L L L L

W/L W L W W L L W W W W L W L L L

W/L L W W W L W W L W L W W L L W W L W L

Florida Overall: Florida leads, 2-0 Away: Florida leads, 2-0 Date Site 12/23/00 Florida 12/28/09 Florida

Score 33-76 60-76

W/L L L

Florida Atlantic Overall: Tied, 1-1 Home: Tied, 1-1 Date Site 12/18/90 Washington 11/21/09 Washington

Score 80-72 69-81

W/L W L

Score 100-78 85-77 128-90

W/L W W W

Florida International Overall: AU leads, 3-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 2-0 Date Site 2/4/87 Florida International 1/2/88 Florida International 1/16/89 Washington

Florida Southern Overall: Florida Southern leads, 1-0 Neutral: Florida Southern leads, 1-0 Date Site Score 1/4/85 United First Federal Classic 86-94

W/L L

Florida State Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/22/01 Florida State

Score 77-72

W/L W

Furman Overall: Furman leads, 2-0 Home: Furman leads, 1-0 Away: Furman leads, 1-0 Date Site 2/17/69 Furman 12/5/69 Washington

Score 63-78 74-81

W/L L L

Gallaudet Overall: AU leads, 23-6 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 20-6 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 1926-27 Unknown 1928-29 Unknown 1929-30 Unknown 1930-31 Unknown 1931-32 Unknown 1933-34 Unknown 1934-35 Unknown 1935-36 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1938-39 Unknown 1941-42 Unknown 1941-42 Unknown 1942-43 Unknown 1943-44 Unknown 1943-44 Unknown 1944-45 Unknown 1944-45 Unknown 1945-46 Unknown 1945-46 Unknown 1946-47 Unknown 1946-47 Unknown 1948-49 Washington (H) 1955-56 Unknown 1956-57 Unknown 1957-58 Unknown 1958-59 Gallaudet 1959-60 Unknown 12/7/60 Gallaudet

Score 39-25 17-25 30-21 10-9 23-21 33-14 22-28 40-32 38-27 42-21 31-33 61-37 59-33 40-45 31-36 73-46 59-49 76-43 49-33 48-49 52-42 79-36 73-33 75-60 73-50 93-36 73-50 79-59 82-47

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Gannon Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/30/70 Gem City Classic

Score 78-73

W/L W

Score 83-95 73-74 78-104 71-77 64-80 59-63 60-68 62-78 74-93 85-86 68-64 70-68 79-85 48-58 76-70 69-72 71-68

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George Mason Overall: George Mason leads, 30-10 Home: George Mason leads, 11-7 Away: George Mason leads, 15-3 Neutral: George Mason leads, 4-0 Date Site 1/27/83 Fairfax, VA 11/29/83 Washington 1/2/85 Fairfax, VA 2/4/85 Washington 1/13/86 Fairfax, VA 2/8/86 Washington 3/1/86 CAA Championships 1/10/87 Fairfax, VA 2/7/87 Washington 1/27/88 Fairfax, VA 2/24/88 Washington 1/7/89 Washington 1/31/89 Fairfax, VA 1/20/90 Fairfax, VA 2/17/90 Washington 1/23/91 Fairfax, VA 2/19/91 Washington

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All-Time Series Results 2/1/92 Washington 2/29/92 Fairfax, VA 1/23/93 Fairfax, VA 2/20/93 Washington 1/29/94 Washington 2/26/94 Fairfax, VA 1/25/95 Fairfax, VA 2/25/95 Washington 1/27/96 Fairfax, VA 2/17/96 Washington 1/18/97 Washington 2/24/97 Fairfax, VA 1/17/98 Fairfax, VA 2/14/98 Washington 1/9/99 Washington 2/20/99 Fairfax, VA 2/26/99 CAA Championships 12/18/99 Fairfax, VA 2/5/00 Washington 3/4/00 CAA Championships 12/6/00 Washington 1/27/01 Fairfax, VA 125/05 Washington, DC (a) (a) BB&T Classic at the MCI Center

88-60 72-66 81-67 66-73 102-115 83-98 108-89 103-101 85-96 88-100 84-75 70-79 55-72 63-65 55-65 69-81 48-73 71-76 58-64 58-75 54-64 56-84 35-75

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Georgetown Overall: Georgetown leads, 41-10 Home: Georgetown leads, 17-5 Away: Georgetown leads, 24-5 Date Site Score 1938-39 Washington (H) 35-51 1939-40 Washington (H) 30-44 1939-40 Washington (A) 32-42 1940-41 Washington (H) 35-41 1941-42 Washington (H) 26-70 1942-43 Washington (A) 39-25 1945-46 Washington (A) 48-65 1945-46 Washington (H) 48-27 1949-50 Washington (A) 63-68 12/19/50 Washington (A) 62-65 1953-54 Washington (A) 46-59 1953-54 Washington (H) 49-56 1954-55 Washington (A) 61-65 1954-55 Washington (H) 65-79 1955-56 Washington (A) 58-60 1955-56 Washington (H) 63-82 1956-57 Washington (H) 77-94 1956-57 Washington (A) 58-89 1957-58 Washington (A) 78-89 1958-59 Washington (H) 94-67 1959-60 Washington (A) 65-60 12/10/60 Washington (H) 78-91 1961-62 Washington (A) 68-71 (2OT) 1962-63 Washington (H) 55-73 12/10/63 Washington (A) 79-109 1964-65 Washington (H) 85-112 1965-66 Washington (A) 89-96 12/1/66 Washington (H) 70-82 12/2/67 Washington (A) 80-67 12/2/68 Washington (H) 76-86 12/2/69 Washington (A) 78-80 2/6/71 Washington (H) 60-57 2/1/72 Washington (A) 82-75 (OT) 2/24/73 Washington (H) 90-68 219/74 Washington (A) 68-77 1/22/75 Washington (H) 81-80 1/21/76 Washington (A) 69-78 1/29/77 Washington (H) 64-78 1/25/78 Washington (A) 68-72 1/27/79 Washington (H) 80-88 1/26/80 Washington (A) 62-86 1/28/81 Washington (H) 72-74 12/12/81 Washington (A) 63-75 12/15/82 Washington (A) 62-61 12/18/83 Washington (A) 62-80 12/12/84 Washington (A) 64-86 12/18/85 Washington (A) 59-83 12/17/86 Washington (A) 59-62 12/29/07 Washington (A) 51-78 12/05/08 Washington (A) 49-73 12/05/09 Washington (A) 46-73

W/L L L L L L W L W L L L L L L L L L L L W W L L L L L L L W L L W W W L W L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L

George Washington Overall: AU leads, 21-20 Home: AU leads, 8-7 Away: GW leads, 10-5 Neutral: AU leads, 4-0 Unknown: AU leads, 4-3 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 1926-27 Unknown 1927-28 Unknown 1927-28 Unknown 1928-29 Unknown 1928-29 Unknown 1929-30 Unknown 3/2/71 Washington (H) 1/8/72 Presidential Classic 1/22/72 Washington (A) 1/6/73 Presidential Classic 1/20/73 Washington (H) 1/5/74 Presidential Classic 1/12/74 Washington (A) 1/4/75 Presidential Classic 3/1/75 Washington (H) 2/28/76 Washington (A) 2/26/77 Washington (H) 1/15/79 Washington (H) 1/28/80 Washington (A) 12/17/80 Washington (A) 1/26/82 Washington (H) 12/18/82 Washington (A) 1/30/84 Washington (H) 12/1/84 Washington (A) 12/11/85 Washington (H) 12/13/86 Washington (A) 12/15/87 Washington (H) 12/7/88 Washington (A) 12/16/89 Washington (H) 2/23/91 Washington (A) 12/7/91 Washington (H) 1/2/93 Washington (A) 11/29/93 Washington (H) 1/3/95 Washington (A) 12/2/96 Washington (H) 11/19/97 Washington (A) 12/2/98 Washington (H) 1/12/00 Washington (A) 1/2/03 Washington (H) 12/17/08 Washington (A) Gettysburg Overall: AU leads, 16-5 Home: AU leads, 7-0 Away: AU leads, 7-1 Unknown: Gettysburg leads, 4-2 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 1927-28 Unknown 1928-29 Unknown 12/27/63 Unknown 1964-65 Unknown 1965-66 Unknown 2/4/67 Gettysburg 2/21/68 Washington 12/16/68 Gettysburg 2/9/70 Washington 2/15/71 Gettysburg 2/26/72 Washington 1/24/73 Gettysburg 1/28/74 Washington 1/11/75 Gettysburg 1/5/80 Gettysburg 12/8/80 Gettysburg 12/2/85 Washington 12/11/86 Gettysburg 2/8/88 Washington 2/13/89 Washington

Score 21-18 12-23 23-21 25-28 33-12 35-29 22-29 74-65 76-59 85-74 103-86 80-85 62-60 61-57 75-69 63-73 66-99 90-80 89-91 (OT) 91-102 96-86 55-47 69-70 71-63 59-83 67-66 74-71 78-63 77-63 72-67 71-84 72-80 71-82 50-85 63-81 51-71 47-74 76-97 72-83 81-75 50-63

Score 34-27 30-40 39-43 63-67 62-73 71-46 73-65 84-74 58-75 95-78 94-82 83-70 86-63 94-78 72-67 88-61 103-64 103-71 116-79 99-71 83-54

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Hampden-Sydney Overall: Hampden-Sydney leads, 15-10 Home: AU leads, 3-1 Away: Tied, 2-2 Unknown: Hampden-Sydney leads, 12-5 Date Site Score 1929-30 Unknown 20-34 1930-31 Unknown 20-34 1931-32 Unknown 32-25 1932-33 Unknown 31-20 1932-33 Unknown 28-27 1933-34 Unknown 10-20 1933-34 Unknown 28-30 1934-35 Unknown 28-30 1934-35 Unknown 24-36 1935-36 Unknown 22-41 1935-36 Unknown 22-51 1936-37 Unknown 25-41 1936-37 Unknown 30-26 1937-38 Unknown 39-43 1937-38 Unknown 51-38 1938-39 Unknown 31-41 1938-39 Unknown 38-49 1949-50 Hampden-Sydney 69-56 1/12/51 Washington 79-69 1951-52 Hampden-Sydney 60-82 2/28/53 Washington 88-74 1953-54 Hampden-Sydney 60-68 1954-55 Washington 58-61 1955-56 Hampden-Sydney 75-58 1956-57 Washington 88-85

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Harvard Overall: AU leads, 3-0 Home: AU leads, 2-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/6/80 Harvard 2/9/82 Washington 12/17/88 Washington

Score 108-88 84-66 76-72

W/L W W W

High Point Overall: Tied, 2-2 Unknown: Tied, 2-2 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 1927-28 Unknown 1927-28 Unknown 1929-30 Unknown

Score 36-12 29-22 22-27 25-30

W/L W W L L

Hofstra Overall: AU leads, 15-10 Home: AU leads, 7-1 Away: Hofstra leads, 7-6 Neutral: Tied, 2-2 Date Site 1953-54 Hofstra Christmas Tourn. 1954-55 Hofstra 1956-57 Hofstra 1957-58 Hofstra 1958-59 NCAA Tournament 12/8/67 Washington 2/6/69 Hofstra 12/13/69 Washington 1/15/71 Hofstra 2/19/72 Washington 1/31/73 Hofstra 2/16/74 Washington 2/15/75 Hofstra 2/7/76 Washington 2/21/77 Hofstra 2/11/78 Washington 2/27/78 ECC Championships 2/19/79 Hofstra 2/1/80 Washington 2/25/80 ECC Championships 2/7/81 Hofstra 2/6/82 Washington 3/4/83 Hofstra 12/2/83 Malibu Classic 2/25/84 Hofstra

Score 74-73 51-71 74-79 79-63 66-65 79-76 68-79 98-69 53-54 91-76 90-81 69-61 70-85 58-68 78-89 78-73 97-77 87-84 92-80 69-70 73-72 87-68 54-53 69-77 58-63

W/L W L L W W W L W L W W W L L L W W W W L W W W L L

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All-Time Series Results Holy Cross Overall: Holy Cross leads, 16-8 Home: Tied, 6-6 Away: Holy Cross leads, 10-2 Date Site 12/21/67 Washington 1/26/02 Worcester, MA 2/23/02 Washington 3/8/02 Washington (a) 1/26/03 Washington 2/21/03 Worcester, MA 3/14/03 Worcester, MA (b) 1/25/04 Worcester, MA 2/20/04 Washington 1/24/05 Worcester, MA 2/6/05 Washington 1/21/06 Worcester, MA 2/18/06 Washington 1/20/07 Washington 1/31/07 Worcester, MA 3/4/07 Worcester, MA (a) 1/26/08 Washington 2/6/08 Worcester, MA 3/5/08 Washington (a) 1/24/09 Worcester, MA 2/21/09 Washington 3/13/09 Washington (b) 1/23/10 Washington 2/21/10 Worcester, MA (a) Patriot League Tournament (b) Patriot League Finals Howard Overall: AU leads, 12-3 Home: AU leads, 8-1 Away: AU leads, 4-2 Date Site 12/17/74 Washington (H) 11/30/94 Washington (A) 12/16/95 Washington (H) 12/14/96 Washington (A) 12/20/97 Washington (H) 11/18/98 Washington (A) 12/12/00 Washington (H) 12/10/01 Washington (A) 12/9/02 Washington (H) 12/8/03 Washington (A) 12/12/05 Washington (H) 12/6/06 Washington (A) 12/4/07 Washington (H) 11/19/08 Washington (A) 12/1/09 Washington (H) Illinois Overall: Illinois leads, 1-0 Away: Illinois leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/11/93 Illini Invitational

Score 57-81 54-63 44-68 54-58 72-49 66-68 64-72 62-59 65-51 56-80 67-76 (OT) 63-74 62-69 64-69 (OT) 47-58 53-55 64-66 62-46 62-60 71-62 56-50 73-57 71-64 51-64

W/L L L L L W L L W W L L L L L L L L W W L W W W L

Score 71-56 76-90 86-49 85-74 77-41 69-53 65-67 71-80 61-58 57-53 72-60 85-75 66-54 65-63 59-53

W/L W L W W W W L L W W W W W W W

Score 84-109

Iona Overall: Iona leads, 6-0 Home: Iona leads, 1-0 Away: Iona leads, 3-0 Neutral: Iona leads, 2-0 Date Site Score 1954-55 Iona 38-42 1957-58 Iona 63-74 12/11/82 Manufacturer’s Hanover Classic63-65 12/2/95 Pepsi Classic 60-71 2/15/96 Washington 73-83 11/30/96 Iona 72-85

W/L L

W/L L L L L L L

Jacksonville Overall: AU leads, 5-0 Home: AU leads, 3-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date 12/14/60 12/11/99 12/21/00 12/7/07 11/22/08

Site Quantico Invitational Washington Jacksonville Washington Jacksonville

100

Score 82-69 61-59 70-66 52-50 75-67

W/L W W W W W

James Madison Overall: James Madison leads, 28-12 Home: AU leads, 10-9 Away: James Madison leads, 16-2 Neutral: James Madison leads, 3-0 Date Site Score 12/8/79 James Madison (a) 80-93 2/12/83 James Madison 44-46 1/16/84 Washington 48-63 1/16/85 James Madison 60-64 1/31/85 James Madison 60-70 1/11/86 James Madison 67-76 2/6/86 Washington 74-66 (OT) 1/12/87 James Madison 69-67 2/9/87 Washington 77-83 1/23/88 Washington 56-55 2/27/88 James Madison 55-63 1/11/89 James Madison 81-84 2/4/89 Washington 78-74 1/24/90 James Madison 59-61 2/21/90 Washington 59-58 1/19/91 James Madison 65-67 2/16/91 Washington 82-70 1/25/92 James Madison 70-77 2/22/92 Washington 65-85 3/8/92 CAA Championships 57-81 1/27/93 Washington 79-83 2/24/93 James Madison 67-90 3/7/93 CAA Championships 61-70 1/19/94 James Madison 83-99 2/16/94 Washington 84-78 3/5/94 CAA Championships 67-86 2/1/95 Washington 84-78 2/22/95 Washington 86-83 1/22/96 Washington 84-71 2/26/96 Washington 72-75 1/11/97 Washington 78-81 1/29/97 James Madison 60-72 1/21/98 James Madison 61-54 2/21/98 Washington 68-72 1/23/99 Washington 66-82 2/8/99 James Madison 60-78 1/5/00 James Madison 52-59 2/12/00 Washington 62-64 1/13/01 James Madison 65-76 2/24/01 Washington 63-48 (a) James Madison Invitational Tournament

W/L L L L L L L W W L W L L W L W L W L L L L L L L W L W W W L L L W L L L L L L W

Johns Hopkins Overall: AU leads, 9-6 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: Tied, 6-6 Date Site 1929-30 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1937-38 Unknown 1938-39 Unknown 1939-40 Unknown 1940-41 Unknown 1941-42 Unknown 1944-45 Unknown 1944-45 Unknown 1945-46 Unknown 1946-47 Unknown 1947-48 Washington 3/10/51 NCAA Eastern Regional 1951-52 Mason-Dixon Playoff

Score 11-25 30-58 47-48 27-38 53-44 49-41 44-45 34-41 52-28 70-36 55-43 45-40 83-48 84-62 67-40

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Juniata Overall: AU leads, 12-4 Home: AU leads, 4-0 Away: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 6-4 Date Site 1928-29 Unknown 1928-29 Unknown 1938-39 Unknown 1939-40 Unknown 1940-41 Unknown 1941-42 Unknown 1943-44 Unknown 1954-55 Washington

Score 39-35 26-27 56-48 36-42 50-41 57-53 32-83 65-62

W/L W L W L W W L W

1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1959-60 1/6/61 1/10/62

Unknown Washington Juniata Washington Unknown Unknown Washington Juniata

51-77 93-83 79-69 61-56 70-56 99-84 79-34 91-59

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Kansas Overall: Kansas leads, 1-0 Away: Kansas leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/6/88 Lawrence, Kan.

Score 69-90

W/L L

Kentucky Overall: Kentucky leads, 1-0 Away: Kentucky leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/23/97 Kentucky

Score 52-75

W/L L

Score 33-43 89-88 (OT) 83-57 72-64 108-87 77-56 77-73 65-66 103-78

W/L L W W W W W W L W

Score 84-72 63-74 55-74 53-89 76-69 74-54 71-75 72-62 68-79 76-88 78-70 55-59 64-76 63-62 79-81 78-77 63-54 76-68 45-56 67-77 52-57 74-77 66-58 66-67 79-62 74-55 83-86 90-82 76-74 98-93 (OT) 74-56 77-67 75-62 73-59 78-67 87-76 84-72 78-65 75-68 78-56

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King’s (Pa.) Overall: AU leads, 7-2 Home: AU leads, 4-0 Away: AU leads, 3-1 Unknown: King’s leads, 1-0 Date Site 1946-47 Unknown 12/28/69 King’s Classic 2/4/71 Washington 2/5/72 King’s (Pa.) 2/10/73 Washington 1/18/74 King’s (Pa.) 2/27/76 Washington 1/6/76 King’s (Pa.) 1/22/77 Washington Lafayette Overall: AU leads, 25-19 Home: AU leads, 11-5 Away: AU leads, 11-8 Neutral: Tied, 3-3 Unknown: Lafayette leads, 2-1 Date 2/2//62 1/12/63 1/14/64 12/8/64 1/23/67 1/10/68 1/28/69 12/27/69 1/20/71 12/29/71 12/29/73 3/1/74 1/11/78 12/9/78 12/10/79 12/13/80 1/18/82 2/5/83 1/9/84 2/4/84 1/16/02 2/9/02 3/3/02 1/31/03 3/1/03 3/9/03 1/30/04 2/28/04 1/15/05 2/19/05 1/28/06 2/25/06 3/3/06 1/27/07 2/23/07 2/2/08 3/1/08 1/31/09 2/28/09 3/4/09

Site Unknown Easton, Pa. Unknown Unknown Easton, Pa. Washington Easton, Pa. King’s Classic Easton, Pa. Garden State Classic Lafayette Tournament MAC Championship Washington Easton, Pa. Washington Easton, Pa. Washington Easton, Pa. Washington Easton, Pa. Washington Easton, Pa. P. L. Tournament Easton, Pa. Washington P. L. Tournament Washington Easton, Pa. Washington Easton, Pa. Washington Easton, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. (a) Easton, Pa. Washington Easton, Pa. Washington Washington Easton, Pa. Washington (a)

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All-Time Series Results 1/30/10 Easton, Pa. 2/27/10 Washington (a) Patriot League Tournament La Salle Overall: La Salle leads, 20-7 Home: La Salle leads, 7-5 Away: La Salle leads, 9-2 Neutral: La Salle, 3-0 Unknown: La Salle leads, 1-0 Date Site 1965-66 Unknown 1/10/67 Washington 2/14/68 Philadelphia, PA 3/1/68 MAC Championship 2/12/69 Washington 2/11/70 Philadelphia, PA 2/24/71 Washington 1/19/72 Philadelphia, PA 2/21/73 Washington 2/9/74 Philadelphia, PA 2/19/75 Washington 3/4/75 ECC Championships 2/10/76 Philadelphia, PA 2/5/77 Washington 2/8/78 Philadelphia, PA 2/3/79 Washington 2/9/80 Philadelphia, PA 214/81 Washington 1/12/81 Philadelphia, PA 2/14/83 Washington 3/11/83 ECC Championships 2/2/88 Philadelphia, PA 2/5/89 Washington 12/13/95 Washington 12/10/96 Philadelphia, PA 12/28/04 Washington 11/26/05 Philadelphia, PA

76-66 78-60

Score 93-103 94-90 (OT) 65-74 57-84 72-96 86-106 54-62 53-59 88-79 83-95 68-62 52-56 63-61 76-86 62-64 103-123 85-95 71-69 87-69 65-63 73-75 65-73 91-111 62-64 59-75 53-66 63-75

Lehigh Overall: AU leads, 19-15 Home: AU leads, 11-5 Away: Lehigh leads, 9-5 Neutral: AU leads, 3-0 Unknown: Lehigh leads, 1-0 Date Site Score 12/17/60 Washington (#) 71-60 12/24/64 Unknown 47-63 1/20/79 Washington 85-74 1/19/80 Bethlehem, PA 68-73 1/24/81 Washington 81-64 1/23/82 Bethlehem, PA 85-70 3/1/82 ECC Championships 84-56 1/22/83 Washington 64-48 3/7/83 ECC Championships 77-59 1/21/84 Bethlehem, PA 70-74 (4OT) 3/2/84 Washington 64-44 12/1/90 Washington 82-69 1/23/02 Bethlehem, PA 65-59 2/16/02 Washington 70-67 3/2/02 PL Tournament 82-69 1/18/03 Bethlehem, PA 54-57 2/15/03 Washington 69-59 1/17/04 Washington 58-63 (OT) 2/13/04 Bethlehem, PA 65-86 3/14/04 Bethlehem, PA (b) 57-59 1/8/05 Washington 53-56 2/23/05 Bethlehem, PA 65-61 1/7/06 Washington 59-70 2/4/06 Bethlehem, PA 58-65 1/12/08 Bethlehem, PA 71-54 2/10/08 Washington 82-74 1/10/09 Washington 76-66 2/7/09 Bethlethem, PA 66-58 1/9/10 Bethlehem, PA 67-78 2/6/10 Washington 65-77 3/7/10 Bethlehem, PA (a) 57-79 (a) Patriot League Tournament (b) Patriot League Finals (#) Nations Capital Tournament

W W

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Liberty Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/2/02 Washington 12/3/02 Liberty

Score 94-73 72-67 (OT)

W/L W W

Long Beach State Overall: Long Beach State leads, 2-0 Home: Long Beach State leads, 1-0 Away: Long Beach State leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/21/87 Washington 12/30/88 Long Beach State

Score 74-96 63-86

W/L L L

Long Island Overall: AU leads, 5-1 Home: Tied, 1-1 Away: AU leads, 2-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/26/62 Unknown 1/6/67 Long Island 2/3/68 Washington 2/23/74 Long Island 1/28/75 Washington 12/5/87 Mfrs. Hanover Classic

Score 79-62 95-87 64-67 74-72 82-81 79-68

W/L W W L W W W

Score 60-49 79-81 (OT)

W/L W L

Score 84-97

W/L L

Longwood Overall: Tied, 1-1 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: Longwood leads, 1-0 Date 12/4/06 12/30/06

Site Washington Farmville, Va.

Louisville Overall: Louisville leads, 1-0 Neutral: Louisville leads, 1-0 Date 3/2/73 W/L W L W L W W W W W L W W W W W L W L L L L W L L W W W OT W L L L

Site NIT

Loyola (Md.) Overall: AU leads, 42-38 Home: AU leads, 18-7 Away: Loyola leads, 17-9 Neutral: Tied, 3-3 Unknown: AU leads, 12-11 Date 1927-28 1927-28 1929-30 1941-42 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1943-44 1944-45 1944-45 1945-46 1945-46 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 1947-48 1/22/49 2/15/49 3/4/49 1949-50 1949-50 1949-50 2/14/51 1951-52 1951-52 1/17/53 2/7/53 3/7/53 1953-54 1953-54 1954-55

Site Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Mason-Dixon Playoff Baltimore, MD Washington Mason-Dixon Playoff Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD Washington Washington Baltimore, MD Mason-Dixon Playoff Washington Baltimore, MD Washington

Score 27-25 18-25 21-18 33-42 34-61 42-38 26-32 44-58 76-35 42-39 49-45 54-49 55-51 55-57 55-64 54-48 43-49 41-62 63-47 71-77 44-50 74-52 55-54 53-48 71-63 (OT) 46-62 69-64 53-69 62-65 (OT) 71-65 59-66 73-85

W/L W L W L L W L L W W W W W L L W L L W L L W W W W L W L L W L L

1954-55 1955-56 1955-56 1956-57 1956-57 1956-57 1957-58 1957-58 1957-58 1958-59 1958-59 1958-59 1959-60 1959-60 2/1/61 2/18/61 1/30/62 2/17/62 1962-63 2/16/63 1/30/64 2/15/64 1/16/65 2/6/65 1965-66 2/25/67 2/19/68 1/2/69 1/28/70 12/9/70 12/8/71 2/14/73 1/29/74 12/11/74 2/23/76 1/24/77 11/30/89 12/11/90 12/8/93 12/22/94 11/29/95 12/4/96 12/9/97 11/29/99 11/25/00 12/29/05 11/20/06 11/13/07

56-66 64-90 73-71 72-97 76-95 63-65 67-72 85-54 61-53 86-62 68-70 84-72 61-59 66-63 72-69 78-61 63-66 80-70 84-75 70-77 76-77 90-71 74-87 68-75 73-81 96-84 74-66 78-73 84-73 79-50 81-83 96-88 84-95 96-52 81-85 79-80 (OT) 78-51 55-75 112-96 68-81 65-58 59-85 72-65 74-66 (OT) 82-76 60-68 81-74 71-67

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

Lycoming Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 2/26/49 Washington 1949-50 Lycoming

Score 61-28 75-55

W/L W W

Lynchburg Overall: Lynchburg leads, 7-6 Home: AU leads, 3-0 Away: Lynchburg leads, 1-0 Unknown: Lynchburg leads, 6-3 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 1932-33 Unknown 1933-34 Unknown 1934-35 Unknown 1934-35 Unknown 1935-36 Unknown 1935-36 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1949-50 Washington 1/6/51 Washington 3/2/51 Lynchburg 1960-61 Washington

Score 36-21 44-25 23-34 17-38 19-37 18-32 32-37 35-38 43-33 80-58 89-62 72-74 89-64

W/L W W L L L L L L W W W L W

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Baltimore, MD Unknown Unknown Baltimore, MD Washington Mason-Dixon Playoff Baltimore, MD Washington Mason-Dixon Playoff Washington Baltimore, MD Mason-Dixon Playoff Unknown Unknown Washington Baltimore, MD Unknown Unknown Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD Unknown Unknown Unknown Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD Washington Baltimore, MD

101


American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results Manhattan Overall: Manhattan leads, 5-2 Home: Manhattan leads, 2-1 Away: Manhattan leads, 2-1 Unknown: Manhattan leads, 1-0 Date Site 1938-39 Unknown 1953-54 Manhattan 12/21/68 Washington 2/17/97 Washington 12/30/97 Manhattan 12/29/08 Manhattan 11/25/09 Washington Marist Overall: Marist leads, 2-1 Home: Marist leads, 1-0 Away: Marist leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/10/82 Mfrs. Hanover Classic 12/9/98 Washington 12/7/99 Marist Marquette Overall: Marquette leads, 1-0 Away: Marquette leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/19/92 Marquette Overall: Marshall leads, 1-0 Unknown: Marshall leads, 1-0 Date Site 1943-44 Unknown Maryland Overall: Maryland leads, 15-2 Away: Maryland leads, 14-1 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: Maryland leads, 1-0 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 11/27/77 DC Tipoff Tournament 12/2/80 College Park, MD 1/3/83 College Park, MD 1/29/91 College Park, MD 11/30/91 College Park, MD 12/10/92 College Park, MD 12/30/94 College Park, MD 12/23/95 College Park, MD 12/21/96 College Park, MD 11/17/01 College Park, MD 11/22/03 College Park, MD 12/23/04 College Park, MD 12/23/05 College Park, MD 12/23/06 College Park, MD 12/22/07 College Park, MD 12/22/08 College Park, MD UM-Baltimore County Overall: UMBC leads 3-2 Home: UMBC leads, 2-1 Away: Tied, 1-1 Date Site 2/25/87 Washington 12/8/87 Baltimore 12/1/07 Washington 12/20/08 Baltimore 12/20/09 Washington

Score 23-43 52-75 58-68 70-58 59-63 60-48 62-69

W/L L L L W L W L

Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

Marymount (Va.) Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/9/95 Washington Massachusetts-Boston Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/29/83 Boston

Score 80-62 57-80 63-72

W/L W L L

Score W/L 74-90 L Marshall

Score 25-61

Score 21-16 65-78 65-95 71-73 69-72 68-93 67-98 77-98 70-104 74-81 53-83 48-79 61-82 55-81 54-66 67-59 51-67

Score 71-69 70-85 83-68 74-61 57-59

W/L L

W/L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L

W/L W L L W L

UM-Eastern Shore Overall: Maryland Eastern Shore leads 1-0 Away: Maryland Eastern Shore leads, 1-0 Date Site Score 11/28/09 Maryland Eastern Shore 58-65

W/L L

Maryland State Overall: AU leads, 10-2 Unknown: AU leads, 10-2 Date Site 1929-30 Unknown 1929-30 Unknown 1930-31 Unknown 1930-31 Unknown 1931-32 Unknown

W/L W W W W W

102

1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1947-48 1947-48

Score 37-21 30-18 37-13 50-32 37-17

University of Mexico Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1940-41 Unknown 1949-50 Washington

32-16 19-33 20-37 26-24 34-27 67-34 57-28

Score 123-62

Score 98-73

W L L W W W W

W/L W

W/L W

Score 45-40 90-67

W/L W W

Score 93-82 64-73 70-104

W/L W L L

Millersville Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/3/70 Washington

Score 65-58

W/L W

U. of Minnesota-Duluth Overall: Minnesota leads, 1-0 Home: Minnesota leads, 1-0 Date Site 1954-55 Washington

Score 76-95

W/L L

Missouri Overall: Minnesota leads, 2-0 Away: Minnesota leads, 2-0 Date Site 11/22/02 Minnesota 1/4/05 Minnesota

Score 57-72 51-64

W/L L L

Missouri-Kansas City Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 2/25/89 Washington 12/21/89 Kansas City

Score 80-75 76-71

W/L W W

Site Washington Monmouth

Score 84-81 91-84

W/L W W

Montana Overall: Montana leads, 1-0 Neutral: Montana leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/6/96 Missoulian/Coke Classic

Score 68-77

W/L L

Miami (Fla.) Overall: Miami leads, 2-1 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: Miami leads, 1-0 Neutral: Miami leads, 1-0 Date Site 2/13/71 Washington 2/26/86 Miami 12/28/87 Palm Beach Classic

Monmouth Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date 3/2/85 12/7/85

Morgan State Overall: Tied, 1-1 Home: AU leads 1-0 Away: Morgan State leads, 1-0 Date Site 11/14/06 Washington 11/20/07 Baltimore, MD

Score 97-84 62-54

W/L W L

Morris Harvey Overall: Morris Harvey leads, 1-0 Unknown: Morris Harvey leads, 1-0 Date Site 1955-56 Unknown

Score 69-84

W/L L

Mount St. Mary’s (Md.) Overall: AU leads, 31-27 Home: AU leads, 13-5 Away: Mount St. Mary’s (Md.) leads, 9-8 Unknown: Mount St. Mary’s (Md.) leads, 11-7 Neutral: AU leads, 3-1 Date Site Score 1941-42 Unknown 47-42 1943-44 Unknown 27-39 1944-45 Unknown 40-38 1944-45 Unknown 56-55 1946-47 Unknown 58-63 1947-48 Washington 57-42 1947-48 Emmitsburg, Md. 66-48 1/12/49 Washington 48-46 2/25/49 Emmitsburg, Md. 49-64 1949-50 Washington 60-56 1949-50 Emmitsburg, Md. 85-74 1/19/51 Emmitsburg, Md. 64-61 2/23/51 Washington 68-69 3/8/51 Mason-Dixon Playoff 86-63 1951-52 Washington 64-40 1951-52 Emmitsburg, Md. 79-52 1/12/53 Washington 77-62 2/12/53 Emmitsburg, Md. 67-82 1953-54 Washington 77-70 1953-54 Emmitsburg, Md. 74-82 1954-55 Washington 80-97 1954-55 Emmitsburg, Md. 72-87 1955-56 Unknown 64-99 1955-56 Unknown 69-83 1956-57 Washington 85-89 1956-57 Emmitsburg, Md. 92-110 1957-58 Emmitsburg, Md. 90-69 1957-58 Washington 83-76 1957-58 Mason-Dixon Playoff 74-71 1958-59 Washington 70-67 1958-59 Emmitsburg, Md. 87-77 1958-59 Mason-Dixon Playoff 91-70 1959-60 Unknown 95-64 1959-60 Unknown 74-90 2/14/61 Emmitsburg, Md. 68-83 2/22/61 Washington 68-83 1960-61 Mason-Dixon Playoff 57-59 2/14/62 Unknown 70-64 2/21/62 Unknown 68-70 (3OT) 1962-63 Emmitsburg, Md. 56-78 1962-63 Washington 84-79 12/7/63 Unknown 55-54 12/28/63 Unknown 62-80 2/11/64 Unknown 78-75 12/15/64 Unknown 75-82 1964-65 Unknown 73-84 1965-66 Unknown 71-80 1965-66 Unknown 71-92 2/6/67 Washington 99-82 2/17/68 Emmitsburg, Md. 64-72 1/22/76 Washington 77-69 12/3/92 Washington 87-71 2/17/93 Emmitsburg, Md. 82-89 12/7/05 Washington 80-60 11/27/06 Emmitsburg, Md. 59-46 11/26/07 Emmitsburg, Md. 66-45 12/1/08 Washington 52-57 11/18/09 Washington 62-73

W/L W L W W L W W W L W W W L W W W W L W L L L L L L L W W W W W W W L L L L W L L W W L W L L L L W L W W L W W W L L

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results Mount Union Overall: Tied, 1-1 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: Mount Union leads, 1-0 Date Site 1956-57 Washington 1957-58 Mount Union

Score 62-66 73-66

W/L L W

Muhlenberg Overall: Muhlenberg leads, 2-0 Home: Muhlenberg leads, 1-0 Away: Muhlenberg leads, 1-0 Date Site 1947-48 Washington 1947-48 Muhlenberg

Score 54-56 52-59

W/L L L

Navy Overall: AU leads, 37-35 Home: AU leads, 18-11 Away: Navy leads, 24-16 Neutral: AU leads, 3-0 Date Site Score 2/2/29 Annapolis, MD 21-46 2/18/31 Annapolis, MD 25-30 1/23/32 Annapolis, MD 22-20 1/11/33 Annapolis, MD 24-39 1/27/51 Annapolis, MD 57-73 12/10/52 Annapolis, MD 47-69 12/9/53 Annapolis, MD 53-63 1/26/55 Annapolis, MD 52-79 12/6/55 Annapolis, MD 51-75 12/5/56 Annapolis, MD 61-78 12/3/57 Washington 67-70 1/17/59 Annapolis, MD 54-63 1/13/60 Annapolis, MD 60-85 1/7/61 Annapolis, MD 74-68 12/5/61 Annapolis, MD 43-67 12/6/66 Annapolis, MD 81-88 12/6/67 Annapolis, MD 63-59 12/10/68 Annapolis, MD 65-81 2/18/70 Arlington, Va. 75-59 2/17/71 Annapolis, MD 66-83 2/9/72 Arlington, Va. 70-63 1/17/73 Annapolis, MD 73-62 2/13/74 Arlington, Va. 53-60 2/12/75 Annapolis, MD 72-77 2/18/76 Washington (a) 50-47 2/16/77 Annapolis, MD 70-68 (OT) 11/28/77 Washington 45-60 2/15/78 Arlington, Va. 73-66 11/28/78 Washington (a) 78-89 2/13/79 Annapolis, MD 59-79 12/5/79 Washington (b) 68-69 2/12/80 Washington 79-64 2/11/81 Annapolis, MD 77-90 2/17/82 Washington 93-78 2/9/83 Annapolis, MD 74-81 1/25/84 Washington 71-78 12/3/84 Annapolis, MD 68-84 2/14/85 Washington 61-81 1/18/86 Washington 68-97 2/15/86 Annapolis, MD 53-74 1/17/87 Annapolis, MD 60-96 2/14/87 Washington 61-68 1/20/88 Washington 60-75 2/20/88 Annapolis, MD 69-58 12/10/88 Annapolis, MD 90-67 1/28/89 Washington 67-59 1/27/90 Washington 59-54 2/19/90 Annapolis, MD 78-63 3/3/90 Richmond, Va. (c) 71-61 1/26/91 Washington 82-94 2/11/91 Annapolis, MD 86-79 (OT) 1/30/02 Washington 67-66 (OT) 2/20/02 Annapolis, MD 62-50 1/15/03 Washington 70-53 2/12/03 Annapolis, MD 64-61 3/8/03 Upper Marlboro, MD (d) 72-57 1/14/04 Annapolis, MD 80-58 2/10/04 Washington 71-49 1/12/05 Annapolis, MD 66-60 2/26/05 Washington 84-77 3/4/05 Lewisburg, Pa. (d) 85-83 1/25/06 Annapolis, MD 68-77

W/L L L W L L L L L L L L L L W L L W L W L W W L L W W L W L L W W L W L L L L L L L L L W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W L

2/23/06 Washington 1/24/07 Washington 2/20/07 Annapolis, MD 1/30/08 Washington 2/27/08 Annapolis, MD 1/28/09 Annapolis, MD 2/25/09 Washington 1/27/10 Washington 2/24/10 Annapolis, MD 3/3/10 Washington (d) (a) Played at the Cap Centre (b) Played at the Starplex (c) CAA Championships (d) Patriot League Tournament

65-48 55-46 71-60 66-77 68-83 6867 64-59 69-59 80-77 (2OT) 62-60

W W W L L W w W W W

New Hampshire Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/2/81 Old Dominion Classic

Score 75-71

W/L W

New Haven State Overall: AU leads, 3-0 Unknown: AU leads, 3-0 Date Site 1958-59 Unknown 1958-59 Unknown 1959-60 Unknown

Score 90-65 58-53 91-77

W/L W W W

Site Newark, NJ

Score 73-50

W/L W

New Mexico State Overall: New Mexico State leads, 1-0 Neutral: New Mexico State leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/7/84 Fightin’ Illini Classic

Score 70-75

W/L L

New York University Overall: NYU leads, 2-1 Away: NYU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 1953-54 New York 1954-55 New York

Score 30-16 68-83 59-82

W/L W L L

NJIT Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date 11/24/07

Niagara Overall: Niagara leads, 3-1 Home: Tied, 1-1 Away: Niagara leads, 2-0 Date Site 1/13/94 Washington 12/17/94 Niagara 1/5/04 Washington 11/20/04 Niagara North Carolina A&T Overall: AU leads, 2-1 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: N.C. A&T leads, 1-0 Date Site 1959-60 NCAA Tournament 11/20/99 Washington 12/7/01 North Carolina A&T North Carolina-Charlotte Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/29/82 Cable Car Classic North Carolina-Greensboro Overall: AU leads, 2-1 Home: AU leads, 2-0 Away: Greensboro leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/5/85 Washington 11/25/02 Greensboro 12/6/03 Washington

Score 78-60 84-96 72-75 71-78

Score 70-87 68-58 86-72

Score 86-75

Score 62-48 79-80 65-45

W/L W L L L

W/L L W W

W/L W

W/L W L W

North Carolina State Overall: NC ST leads, 1-0 Away: NC ST leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/26/70 North Carolina State

Score 67-107

W/L L

Site Score Senior Bowl Tournament 70-59 Washington 71-75 Wilmington 71-75 Wilmington 76-69 Washington 56-74 Washington 83-90 (OT) Wilmington 61-84 Wilmington 64-67 Washington 72-63 Washington 86-85 Wilmington 71-70 Washington 73-70 Wilmington 68-58 Washington 73-79 Wilmington 72-76 Washington 98-97 (3OT) Wilmington 87-88 Wilmington 75-93 Washington 106-99 Washington 58-75 Washington 60-70 Washington 75-81 Wilmington 46-81 Washington 56-61 Wilmington 58-73 Wilmington 59-60 (OT) Washington 54-49 (OT) CAA Championships 50-54 Washington 62-49 Wilmington 54-55 Wilmington 44-60 Washington 80-88 (2OT) Washington 60-58 Wilmington 46-69 Washington 53-39 Wilmington 46-62

W/L W L L W L L L L W W W W W L L W L L W L L L L L L L W L W L L L W L W L

Northeastern Overall: Tied, 1-1 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: Northeastern leads, 1-0 Date Site Score 12/2/77 James Madison Invitational 68-72 1/31/83 Northeastern 52-51

W/L L W

Notre Dame Overall: Notre Dame leads, 3-0 Away: Notre Dame leads, 2-0 Neutral: Notre Dame, 1-0 Date Site 12/30/68 neutral 1/22/86 Notre Dame 12/21/03 Notre Dame

Score 67-92 56-67 74-78

W/L L L L

Ohio Northern Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site Score 12/20/62 Marine Corps Christmas Inv 80-60

W/L W

Ohio State Overall: Ohio State leads, 4-0 Home: Ohio State leads, 1-0 Away: Ohio State leads, 0-3 Date Site 12/9/89 Ohio State 12/15/90 Washington 12/29/91 Ohio State 12/29/99 Ohio State

W/L L L L L

North Carolina-Wilmington Overall: Wilmington leads, 23-13 Home: Tied, 9-9 Away: Wilmington leads, 13-3 Neutral: Tied, 1-1 Date 12/28/81 1/19/85 2/9/85 1/6/86 2/3/86 1/5/87 2/2/87 1/16/88 2/13/88 1/23/89 2/20/89 1/15/90 2/12/90 1/5/91 2/4/91 1/20/92 2/17/92 1/18/93 2/13/93 1/10/94 2/5/94 1/21/95 2/6/95 1/6/96 2/5/96 1/6/97 2/1/97 2/29/97 1/3/98 2/7/98 12/7/98 2/15/99 1/8/00 1/29/00 1/8/01 2/12/01

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Score 64-74 73-109 70-96 43-79

103


American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results Ohio University Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Away: AU leads, 2-0 Date Site 12/11/04 Athens, Ohio 12/3/05 Athens, Ohio

Score 64-55 50-81

W/L W L

Ohio Wesleyan Overall: Tied, 3-3 Home: Tied, 1-1 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: Ohio Wesleyan leads, 2-1 Date 1949-50 1956-57 1957-58 12/19/61 1/4/64 1/2/65

Site Washington Washington Ohio Unknown Unknown Unknown

Score 65-47 68-83 84-80 (OT) 51-57 47-62 78-71

W/L W L W L L W

Score 54-83

W/L L

Oklahoma Overall: Oklahoma leads, 1-0 Away: Oklahoma leads, 1-0 Date 11/14/08

Site Oklahoma

Oklahoma City Overall: Oklahoma City leads, 1-0 Neutral: Oklahoma City leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/3/77 Siena Tournament Old Dominion Overall: Old Dominion leads, 21-11 Home: Old Dominion leads, 8-7 Away: Old Dominion leads, 12-3 Neutral: Old Dominion leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 1965-66 Unknown 12/12/66 Washington 1/30/67 Old Dominion 1/31/68 Old Dominion 1/6/69 Washington 1/24/70 Old Dominion 2/1/71 Washington 1/3/81 Old Dominion 3/1/89 Old Dominion 2/1/90 Old Dominion 12/3/90 Washington 1/15/92 Old Dominion 2/12/92 Washington 1/11/93 Washington 2/8/93 Old Dominion 1/26/94 Old Dominion 2/23/94 Washington 1/18/95 Washington 2/11/95 Old Dominion 3/5/95 CAA Championships 1/29/96 Washington 2/24/96 Washington 1/15/97 Washington 2/19/97 Old Dominion 1/19/98 Washington 2/18/98 Old Dominion 1/16/99 Old Dominion 2/10/99 Washington 1/19/00 Old Dominion 2/10/00 Washington 1/6/01 Old Dominion 2/7/01 Washington

Score 68-76

W/L L

Score 112-94 102-94 108-94 78-81 64-75 84-92 87-75 79-75 66-77 74-91 82-87 79-74 83-69 88-95 85-86 68-79 81-77 82-89 74-91 67-77 (OT) 47-67 83-74 80-77 (OT) 61-99 57-69 71-80 58-72 70-76 (OT) 57-62 73-66 (OT) 53-61 57-84

W/L W W W L L L W W L L L W W L L L W L L L L W W L L L L L L W L L

Site Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Washington Pennsylvania Washington Pennsylvania

Score 47-50 71-86 65-72 84-89 51-61 55-66

W/L L L: L L L L

104

Score 17-32 26-53 36-46 25-45 59-45 50-63 49-57 54-74 63-66 54-73 52-77 53-69 54-65 65-77 73-79 57-76

W/L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L

Pepperdine Overall: Pepperdine leads, 2-0 Neutral: Pepperdine leads, 2-0 Date 1949-50 12/28/03

Site NAIB Tournament Rainbow Classic

Princeton Overall: Princeton leads, 1-0 Neutral: Princeton leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/29/83 Rochester Classic

Pennsylvania Overall: Pennsylvania leads, 6-0 Home: Pennsylvania leads, 20 Away: Pennsylvania leads, 4-0 Date 1/3/84 1/23/85 1/22/92 1/13/92 12/1/01 1/8/03

Penn State Overall: Penn State leads, 15-1 Home: Penn State leads, 4-1 Away: Penn State leads, 6-0 Unknown: Penn State leads, 3-0 Neutral: Penn State leads, 2-0 Date Site 1940-41 Unknown 1941-42 Unknown 1946-47 Unknown 1947-48 Penn State 12/14/48 Washington 2/23/49 Penn State 1949-50 VS 1949-50 Penn State 12/11/50 VS 2/21/51 Penn State 1951-52 Washington 2/11/53 Penn State 1953-54 Washington 12/2/91 Washington 3/2/92 Washington 12/21/09 Penn State

Providence Overall: Providence leads, 2-0 Unknown: Providence leads, 1-0 Neutral: Providence leads, 1-0 Date Site 1/6/62 Unknown 11/28/86 Fleet Basketball Classic

Score 50-54 69-82

Score 36-71

W/L L L

W/L L

1944-45 1945-46 1945-46 1945-46 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 1947-48 12/9/48 1/15/49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1/7/53 3/5/53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1957-58 1/31/81 2/11/82 12/20/82 2/20/84

Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Randolph-Macon Washington Washington Randolph-Macon Washington Randolph-Macon Mason-Dixon Playoff Washington Randolph-Macon Unknown Mason-Dixon Playoff Washington Randolph-Macon Washington Randolph-Macon

45-34 43-49 49-43 55-39 51-48 60-43 67-37 64-38 52-33 59-43 58-44 63-35 49-50 61-58 56-58 67-46 56-42 73-58 68-47 75-55 78-59 86-52 61-56 46-72

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

Score 86-91 75-92 82-87 76-71 76-86 69-64

W/L L L L W L W

Score 80-61

W/L W

Richmond Overall: Richmond leads, 32-12 Home: Richmond leads, 13-6 Away: Richmond leads, 13-6 Neutral: Richmond leads, 5-0 Unknown: Richmond leads, 1-0 Date Site Score 12/30/64 Unknown 79-105 2/14/76 Richmond 61-77 1/18/77 Washington 75-81 1/28/78 Richmond 77-62 2/26/81 Washington 75-69 1/21/85 Washington 58-74 2/25/85 Richmond 63-82 3/7/85 ECAC-South Championship 68-74 1/25/86 Richmond 59-74 2/22/86 Washington 68-76 1/24/87 Washington 77-67 2/21/87 Richmond 69-72 (OT) 2/28/87 CAA Championships 62-75 1/13/88 Washington 65-78 2/10/88 Richmond 68-63 1/9/89 Richmond 71-78 2/15/89 Washington 57-61 1/10/90 Richmond 59-61 2/7/90 Washington 61-58 3/4/90 CAA Championships 90-91 (2OT) 1/12/91 Richmond 75-65 2/9/91 Washington 59-79 3/3/91 CAA Championships 70-78 1/29/92 Richmond 60-82 2/26/92 Washington 65-85 1/30/93 Richmond 73-74 2/28/93 Washington 63-69 1/15/94 Washington 83-65 2/12/94 Richmond 74-76 1/7/95 Richmond 77-73 2/18/95 Washington 90-79 1/4/96 Washington 80-76

W/L L L L W W L L L L L W L L L W L L L W L W L L L L L L W L W W W

Rhode Island Overall: Rhode Island leads, 4-2 Home: AU leads, 2-0 Away: Rhode Island leads, 2-0 Unknown: Rhode Island leads, 2-0 Date Site 1/4/65 Unknown 1965-66 Unknown 2/10/68 Rhode Island 2/19/69 Washington 2/7/70 Rhode Island 1/29/72 Washington Rice Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0

Score 55-64 82-104

W/L L L

Radford Overall: AU leads, 3-1 Home: AU leads, 2-0 Away: Tied, 1-1 Date Site 11/19/00 Washington 12/4/01 Radford 12/6/02 Washington 12/2/03 Radford

Score 74-62 65-76 73-49 83-69

W/L W L W W

Randolph-Macon Overall: AU leads, 30-15 Home: AU leads, 6-0 Away: Tied, 3-3 Neutral: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 19-12 Date Site 1931-32 Unknown 1931-32 Unknown 1932-33 Unknown 1933-34 Unknown 1934-35 Unknown 1934-35 Unknown 1935-36 Unknown 1935-36 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1937-38 Unknown 1937-38 Unknown 1938-39 Unknown 1939-40 Unknown 1939-40 Unknown 1940-41 Unknown 1940-41 Unknown 1941-42 Unknown 1941-42 Unknown 1944-45 Unknown 1944-45 Unknown

Score 37-21 27-21 27-29 18-40 11-41 27-43 14-45 23-48 29-47 33-51 25-30 33-31 36-33 35-29 33-30 45-30 25-37 56-48 39-45 41-32 41-32

W/L W W L L L L L L L L L W W W W W L W L W W

Date 1/5/73

Site Presidential Classic

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results 2/21/96 1/2/97 2/12/97 1/14/98 2/16/98 3/1/98 1/20/99 2/6/99 1/22/00 2/16/00 1/24/01 2/21/01

Richmond Washington Richmond Richmond Washington CAA Championships Washington Richmond Richmond Washington Washington Richmond

76-68 53-65 67-66 57-73 41-77 64-66 63-66 69-72 63-78 65-66 59-60 32-73

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

Site Rider Washington Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Rider Washington Rider Rider Garden State Classic Washington Rider Washington Rider Washington Rider Washington Rider Washington Rider ECC Championships Washington ECC Championships Rider Washington Rider ECC Championships Washington Washington

Score 63-89 66-74 53-60 68-93 93-84 (OT) 66-60 62-66 77-74 63-64 61-62 (OT) 72-60 84-60 88-83 93-84 71-67 66-78 75-66 58-54 78-71 101-72 71-69 69-59 99-80 81-52 71-65 47-57 63-53 45-63 47-49 53-81 66-74

W/L L L L L W W L W L L W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W L W L L L L

Roanoke Overall: AU leads, 8-6 Home: AU leads, 3-1 Away: Tied, 3-3 Neutral: Tied, 1-1 Unknown: Tied, 1-1 Date Site 1949-50 Washington 3/1/51 Roanoke 1951-52 Washington 2/21/53 Roanoke 3/6/53 Mason-Dixon Playoffs 1953-54 Washington 1953-54 Mason-Dixon Playoffs 1954-55 Roanoke 1955-56 Unknown 1955-56 Unknown 1956-57 Roanoke 1957-58 Washington 1958-59 Roanoke 12/29/72 Roanoke Classic

Score 65-61 68-69 50-64 56-67 62-57 62-61 59-66 77-62 71-68 82-83 90-98 80-52 76-59 85-76

W/L W L L L W W L W W L L W W W

Robert Morris Overall: Robert Morris leads, 2-0 Home: Robert Morris leads, 1-0 Away: Robert Morris leads, 1-0 Date 12/6/93 12/10/94

Site Washington Robert Morris

Score 79-94 62-75 70-89

W/L L L L

Site Unknown Unknown Mfrs. Hanover Classic Rochester Classic

Score 25-35 67-79 69-75 77-97

W/L L L L L

St. Francis (N.Y.) Overall: Tied, 1-1 Away: St. Francis leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/3/48 St. Francis 12/28/73 Lafayette Tournament

Score 47-66 89-68

W/L L W

St. Bonaventure Overall: St. Bonaventure leads, 4-0 Neutral: St. Bonaventure leads, 2-0 Unknown: St. Bonaventure leads, 2-0 Date 1927-28 2/8/64 12/28/79 12/28/83

Rider Overall: AU leads, 18-13 Home: AU leads, 7-4 Away: AU leads, 6-5 Neutral: AU leads, 3-1 Unknown: Rider leads, 3-2 Date 1/26/61 1962-63 1/11/64 2/13/65 1965-66 12/10/66 12/17/66 2/11/68 2/22/69 1/21/70 1/25/71 12/30/71 2/28/72 11/29/72 12/18/73 11/30/74 12/17/75 12/9/76 12/17/77 12/6/78 1/21/80 1/19/81 3/6/81 12/8/81 3/3/82 1/12/83 1/11/84 2/22/84 3/7/84 12/8/94 12/6/95

Rutgers Overall: Rutgers leads, 3-0 Away: Rutgers leads, 3-0 Date Site 2/21/76 Rutgers 11/29/80 Rutgers 12/15/84 Rutgers

Score 61-64 80-82 (OT)

W/L L L

St. Francis (Pa.) Overall: AU leads, 8-4 Home: AU leads, 5-1 Away: Tied, 3-3 Date Site 1/13/73 Washington 12/7/74 Loretto, PA 2/12/77 Washington 11/20/01 Loretto, PA 1/4/03 Washington 12/18/03 Loretto, PA 11/29/04 Washington 1/2/06 Loretto, PA 1/2/07 Washington 11/10/07 Loretto, PA 11/17/08 Washington 11/13/09 Loretto, PA St. John’s (Md.) Overall: St. John’s leads, 11-6 Unknown: St. John’s leads, 11-6 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 1927-28 Unknown 1928-29 Unknown 1929-30 Unknown 1930-31 Unknown 1931-32 Unknown 1931-32 Unknown 1932-33 Unknown 1932-33 Unknown 1933-34 Unknown 1933-34 Unknown 1934-35 Unknown 1934-35 Unknown 1935-36 Unknown 1935-36 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown 1936-37 Unknown St. John’s (N.Y.) Overall: St. John’s leads, 6-1 Home: St. John’s leads, 2-1 Away: St. John’s leads, 3-0 Neutral: St. John’s leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/5/70 Washington 12/14/71 St. John’s 12/16/72 Washington 12/15/73 St. John’s 1/25/75 Washington 12/20/75 St. John’s 11/24/78 Lapchick Tournament

Score 82-69 69-79 64-63 55-52 54-64 63-75 71-65 62-52 73-63 75-68 67-46 61-65

Score 27-25 10-15 33-31 21-30 16-17 19-17 14-27 26-18 32-26 23-36 14-53 20-42 19-35 17-38 27-35 30-40 36-23

Score 75-83 76-83 (OT) 79-75 61-92 68-74 66-78 70-72

W/L W L W W L L W W W W W L

W/L W L W L L W L W W L L L L L L L W

W/L L L W L L L L

St. Joseph’s (Pa.) Overall: St. Joseph’s leads, 16-4 Home: St. Joseph’s leads, 7-2 Away: St. Joseph’s leads, 8-2 Neutral: St. Joseph’s leads, 1-0 Date Site 1954-55 St. Joseph’s 2/21/67 St. Joseph’s 12/18/67 Washington 12/18/68 St. Joseph’s 12/9/69 Washington 1/27/71 St. Joseph’s 2/23/72 Washington 1/9/73 St. Joseph’s 1/23/74 Washington 2/5/75 St. Joseph’s 2/4/76 Washington 2/2/77 St. Joseph’s 2/1/78 Washington 1/31/79 St. Joseph’s 2/21/80 Washington 2/24/81 St. Joseph’s 3/7/81 ECC Championships 2/23/82 Washington 1/4/92 St. Joseph’s 12/8/92 Washington

Score 46-61 68-94 86-84 58-79 75-83 50-54 53-59 55-78 49-62 66-64 57-61 70-77 48-74 68-92 61-62 84-83 (OT) 60-63 49-51 82-96 100-81

St. Mary’s (Calif.) Overall: St. Mary’s leads, 2-0 Neutral: St. Mary’s leads, 2-0 Date Site 12/29/92 Fry’s Inv. Tournament 12/3/94 Colorado St. Ram Classic

W/L L L W L L L L L L W L L L L L W L L L W

Score 52-61 58-66

W/L L L

Score 80-62 105-87 116-80 98-65 105-52 103-59

W/L W W W W W W

Site St. Peter’s Unknown Unknown St. Peter’s Washington St. Peter’s Washington

Score 68-74 68-79 98-84 79-105 81-89 78-90 62-59

W/L L L W L L L W

Salem Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 2-0 Date Site 1929-30 Unknown 1930-31 Unknown

Score 42-25 42-25

W/L W W

Santa Clara Overall: AU leads, 2-1 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: Santa Clara leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/30/82 Cable Car Classic 12/11/89 Washington 12/22/90 Santa Clara

Score 72-90 69-54 70-69

W/L L W W

Scranton Overall: AU leads, 3-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 2-0 Date Site 1947-48 Scranton 1/23/53 Washington 1953-54 Scranton

Score 67-58 70-63 74-69

W/L W W W

St. Mary’s (Md.) Overall: AU leads, 6-0 Home: AU leads, 6-0 Date Site 12/22/77 Washington 12/13/78 Washington 12/13/79 Washington 12/3/81 Washington 11/29/82 Washington 12/3/86 Washington St. Peter’s (N.J.) Overall: St. Peter’s leads, 5-2 Home: Tied leads, 1-1 Away: St. Peter’s leads, 3-0 Unknown: Tied leads, 1-1 Date 1958-59 1959-60 1965-66 2/11/67 1/17/68 12/18/93 1/9/95

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

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All-Time Series Results Seton Hall Overall: Seton Hall leads, 3-0 Home: Seton Hall leads, 1-0 Away: Seton Hall leads, 1-0 Unknown: Seton Hall leads, 1-0 Date 1938-39 12/20/68 1/14/70

Site Unknown Washington Seton Hall

Shenandoah Overall: AU leads, 3-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 2-0 Date Site 1926-27 Unknown 1926-27 Unknown 11/28/84 Washington

Springfield Overall: Tied, 1-1 Neutral: Tied, 1-1

Score 33-50 79-81 63-64

W/L L L L

Score 45-26 40-15 91-63

W/L W W W

Site Score Siena 45-52 Siena 42-45 Siena 24-38 Siena Tournament 89-83 James Madison Invitational 80-79 Naismith Classic 71-79

W/L L L L W W L

Site Score Senior Bowl Tournament 70-66 Dr. Pepper Holiday Classic 78-94

W/L W L

Southern California Overall: Southern California leads, 2-0 Away: Southern California leads, 2-0 Date 12/5/83 12/21/98

Site Southern California Southern California

Score 51-70 59-74

W/L L L

Southern Connecticut Overall: AU leads, 3-0 Home: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date 12/15/60 1/27/62 1/4/63

Site Washington Unknown Washington

Score 83-42 68-63 78-52

W/L W W W

Site Hatter Classic

Score 83-76

W/L W

Southern Utah Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date 12/7/96

Site Score Missoulian/Ckr Classic 72-68 (OT)

W/L W

South Florida Overall: South Florida leads, 1-0 Neutral: South Florida leads, 1-0 Date 12/27/85

Site Miller Lite Classic

Southwest Louisiana Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/13/75 Bayou Classic

Score 75-86

Score 80-71

W/L L

W/L W

Score 68-62

W/L W

Score 56-57 71-97 52-80

W/L L L L

Score 116-80 65-71 49-45 98-94 (2OT)

W/L W L W W

Date Site Score 1954-55 (a) 79-97 1955-56 Unknown 56-78 (a)West Virginia Tech Invitational Tournament

W/L L L

Site Unknown

Stanford Overall: Stanford leads, 3-0 Home: Stanford leads, 1-0 Away: Stanford leads, 1-0 Neutral: Stanford leads, 1-0 Site Fry’s Inv. Tournament Washington Stanford

Stetson Overall: AU leads, 3-1 Neutral: AU leads, 2-1 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Date 12/20/63 1/7/75 1/9/76 12/28/78

Site Unknown Hatter Classic Connecticut Classic Tangerine Bowl

Steubenville Overall: Steubenville leads, 2-0 Neutral: Steubenville leads, 1-0 Unknown: Steubenville leads, 1-0

Stony Brook Overall: AU leads 2-0 Home: AU leads 1-0 Away: AU leads 1-0 Site Washington Stony Brook

Score 64-56 56-53

W/L W W

Susquehanna Overall: AU leads, 5-2 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 2-1 Unknown: AU leads, 2-1 Date 1962-63 1/8/64 1964-65 1965-66 2/9/67 2/16/68 2/3/69

Site Susquehanna Unknown Unknown Unknown Susquehanna Washington Susquehanna

Score 55-73 83-68 93-98 113-112 (OT) 88-75 95-75 87-76

W/L L W L W W W W

Swarthmore Overall: Swarthmore leads, 3-1 Unknown: Swarthmore leads, 3-1 Date 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43

Site Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

Score 39-56 38-32 57-72 60-64

W/L L W L L

Syracuse Overall: Syracuse leads, 10-2 Home: Syracuse leads, 3-2 Away: Syracuse leads, 6-0 Unknown: Syracuse leads, 1-0 Date 1964-65 2/8/69

106

Site Marine Corps Tournament Naismith Classic

Spring Hill Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0

Date 11/18/07 11/25/08

Southern Mississippi Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date 1/6/75

W/L L W

Date 12/28/92 12/19/94 12/29/95

South Alabama Overall: Tied, 1-1 Neutral: Tied, 1-1 Date 12/29/81 12/29/93

Score 72-74 97-73

Date 1955-56

Siena Overall: Siena leads, 4-2 Away: Siena leads, 3-1 Neutral: Tied, 1-1 Date 1947-48 1/8/49 1949-50 1/4/77 12/3/77 12/29/89

Date 1954-55 12/30/89

Site Unknown Syracuse

12/22/69 1/12/71 12/20/71 12/9/72 2/2/74 1/18/75 1/17/76 1/8/77 12/14/77 1/8/79

92-88 82-103 78-74 73-84 63-82 84-98 61-65 68-90 67-85 73-103

W L W L L L L L L L

Score 51-61 53-72 58-59 54-83 61-82 68-82 63-81 61-83 64-73 64-75 66-76 55-61 51-65 60-71 65-64 63-62 63-70 81-64 67-72 80-99 67-103 79-95 70-62 62-67

W/L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W L W L L L L W L

Score 58-59 57-72

W/L L L

Score 99-81

W/L W

Score 62-78

W/L L

Score 73-60

W/L W

Score 83-91

W/L L

Temple Overall: Temple leads, 20-4 Home: Temple leads, 10-0 Away: Tied, 4-4 Neutral: Temple leads, 2-0 Unknown: Temple leads, 4-0 Date Site 12/29/60 Washington (a) 1961-62 Unknown 12/14/62 Washington 12/14/63 Unknown 2/9/65 Unknown 1965-66 Unknown 12/3/66 Temple 3/3/67 MAC Championships 2/24/68 Washington 1/10/69 Temple 2/21/70 Washington 1/22/71 Temple 12/11/71 Washington 2/3/73 Washington 1/14/74 Temple 1/31/75 Temple 2/25/76 Washington 1/11/77 Temple 2/18/78 Washington 3/1/78 ECC Championships 2/16/79 Temple 2/23/80 Washington 2/28/81 Temple 2/26/82 Washington (a) Nation’s Capital Tournament Tennessee Overall: Tennessee leads, 2-0 Away: Tennessee leads, 1-0 Neutral: Tennessee leads, 1-0 Date Site 12/18/81 Tennessee (a) 3/21/08 Birmingham, Ala. (b) (a) Volunteer Classic (b) NCAA First Round Tennessee-Martin Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date 12/10/93

Site Illini Invitational

Texas Overall: Texas leads, 1-0 Away: Texas leads, 1-0 Date 12/3/97

Site Texas

Texas-Pan American Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date 11/22/91

Site Delta Bearcat Classic

Toledo Overall: Toledo leads, 1-0 Neutral: Toledo leads, 1-0 Date 3/11/81

Score 67-127 74-83

Washington Syracuse Washington Syracuse Washington Syracuse Washington Syracuse Washington Syracuse

Site N.I.T.

W/L L L

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results Towson State Overall: AU leads, 22-3 Home: AU leads, 12-2 Away: AU leads, 10-1 Date 1947-48 11/26/48 12/4/50 1951-52 1/15/53 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1/15/72 2/17/73 12/1/79 2/18/81 2/13/82 12/7/82 2/19/83 12/8/83 2/11/84 1/26/85 2/17/86 2/6/91 11/22/97 12/30/98 12/8/04 12/10/05

Site Washington Washington Washington Towson Washington Towson Washington Towson Washington Towson Washington Towson Washington Towson Washington Towson Washington Towson Washington Towson Washington Washington Towson Towson Washington

Vermont Overall: Vermont leads, 3-1 Home: Tied, 1-1 Away: Vermont leads, 2-0 Score 47-21 67-32 66-41 59-42 77-41 92-53 94-54 98-56 74-72 72-59 107-89 66-63 97-78 81-73 82-76 83-71 71-56 62-71 (2OT) 85-69 80-66 75-84 48-51 59-44 75-64 74-70

W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L L W W W

Score 70-47 95-50

W/L W W

Score 76-52

W/L W

Trenton State Overall: AU leads, 2-0 Home: AU leads, 2-0 Date 11/29/76 12/2/78

Site Washington Washington

Tufts Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Date 1/7/83

Site Washington

UCLA Overall: UCLA leads, 2-0 Away: UCLA leads, 2-0 Date 12/19/89 12/23/98

Site UCLA UCLA

Score 74-89 56-66

W/L L L

Upsala Overall: AU leads, 3-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date 1958-59 1959-60 1959-60

Site Washington Unknown NCAA Tournament

Score 86-63 87-59 83-74

W/L W W W

Score 77-84

W/L L

Score 100-125 78-94

W/L L L

Score 57-85

W/L L

Utah Overall: Utah leads, 1-0 Away: Utah leads, 1-0 Date 1/3/68

Site Utah

Utah State Overall: Utah State leads, 2-0 Away: Utah State leads, 1-0 Unknown: Utah State leads, 1-0 Date 2/29/64 1/4/68

Site Unknown Utah

Vanderbilt Overall: Vanderbilt leads, 1-0 Away: Vanderbilt leads, 1-0 Date 12/20/01

Site Vanderbilt

Date 2/1/94 12/6/94 12/4/04 12/29/05

Site Burlington, VA Washington Washington Burlington, VA

Virginia Military Institute Overall: Tied, 1-1 Unknown: Tied, 1-1 Score 82-105 80-82 67-64 62-72

W/L L L W L

Villanova Overall: Villanova leads, 8-0 Home: Villanova leads, 2-0 Away: Villanova leads, 3-0 Unknown: Villanova leads, 3-0 Date Site 1931-32 Unknown 1/28/64 Unknown 12/10/64 Unknown 12/5/75 Villanova 12/6/76 Washington 12/14/91 Villanova 12/5/92 Washington 12/1/93 Villanova 3/19/09 Philadelphia, Pa. (a) (a) NCAA Tournament Game

Score 18-25 49-84 48-65 55-68 60-69 64-78 74-86 62-94 80-67

W/L L L L L L L L L L

Virginia Overall: Virginia leads, 5-1 Home: AU leads, 1-0 Away: Virginia leads, 3-0 Unknown: Virginia leads, 2-0 Date 1937-38 1946-47 12/8/48 1949-50 2/6/51 12/28/06

Site Unknown Unknown Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Washington Charlottesville, Va.

Score 33-41 35-50 51-57 58-67 69-54 70-91

W/L L L L L W L

Virginia Commonwealth Overall: AU leads, 18-15 Home: Tied, 3-3 Away: Virginia Commonwealth leads, 7-0 Unknown: AU leads, 15-5 Date 1926-27 1928-29 1928-29 1929-30 1929-30 1930-31 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1932-33 1934-35 1934-35 1935-36 1935-36 1936-37 1936-37 1937-38 1937-38 1938-39 1938-39 1/24/96 2/13/96 1/22/97 2/8/97 1/26/98 2/4/98 1/2/99 2/3/99 2/23/00 2/29/00 1/3/01 2/3/01 11/15/04

Site Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Virginia Washington Washington Virginia Washington Virginia Virginia Washington Virginia Washington Washington Virginia Virginia

Score 48-18 29-22 47-28 26-24 50-30 26-24 50-30 40-18 49-19 43-31 33-35 28-31 30-44 28-30 28-27 49-19 50-24 47-29 45-47 41-18 68-73 57-65 80-73 (OT) 61-73 78-70 64-69 65-79 52-59 64-66 97-88 (3OT) 58-62 61-71 76-82 (OT)

Date 1930-31 1933-34

Site Unknown Unknown

Score 38-32 26-31

W/L W L

Score 29-23 33-42 48-45 66-67 67-95 61-69

W/L W L W L L L

Score 66-77 72-65 99-83 71-58 69-64 79-72 77-78 58-69 55-69 70-49 59-75

W/L L W W W W W L L L W L

Score 81-105 72-81 63-66 66-79

W/L L L L L

Score 82-99

W/L L

Score 46-42 76-38 29-43 55-41 49-37 52-28 48-53 44-27 59-48 78-57 69-62 98-53 80-64 78-58 55-66 80-63 72-60 94-60

W/L W W L W W W L W W W W W W W L W W W

Virginia Tech. Overall: Virginia Tech leads, 4-2 Home: Virginia Tech leads, 1-0 Away: Virginia Tech leads, 1-0 Neutral: Virginia Tech leads, 1-0 Unknown: AU leads, 2-1 Date Site 1937-38 Unknown 1940-41 Unknown 1946-47 Unknown 1/7/72 Washington (a) 12/28/85 Miller Lite Classic 11/29/02 Virginia Tech (a) Presidential Classic Wagner Overall: AU leads, 6-5 Home: AU leads, 2-1 Away: Wagner leads, 3-1 Neutral: AU leads, 3-1 Date Site 1953-54 Hofstra (a) 1957-58 NCAA Tournament 1/7/78 Boys Club Classic 3/2/83 Staten Island, NY 12/1/95 Pepsi Classic 12/4/99 Washington 12/30/00 Staten Island, NY 12/29/01 Washington 12/30/02 Staten Island, NY 11/23/04 Washington 11/22/05 Staten Island, NY (a) Hofstra Christmas Tournament Wake Forest Overall: Wake Forest leads, 4-0 Away: Wake Forest leads, 3-0 Neutral: Wake Forest leads, 1-0

W/L W W W W W W W W W W L L L L W W W W L W L L W L W L L L L W L L L

Date 2/15/69 12/22/79 12/5/81 12/29/87

Site Wake Forest Wake Forest Wake Forest Palm Beach Classic

Washington Overall: Washington leads, 1-0 Away: Washington leads, 1-0 Date 11/19/05

Site Seattle, WA

Washington College Overall: AU leads, 19-3 Home: AU leads, 6-0 Away: AU leads, 3-0 Neutral: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 8-3 Date 1943-44 1944-45 1944-45 1945-46 1945-46 1945-46 1946-47 1946-47 1946-47 1949-50 1/15/51 2/26/51 1951-52 1951-52 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59

2008 & 2009 Patriot League Champions

Site Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Washington (A) Washington (H) Washington (A) Washington (H) Unknown Washington (H) Washington (A) Washington (H)

107


American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Series Results 1958-59 1960-61 12/5/77 1/13/81

Mason-Dixon playoffs Mason-Dixon playoffs Washington (H) Washington (H)

80-60 88-71 99-76 84-61

W W W W

West Chester State Overall: AU leads, 11-1 Home: AU leads, 6-0 Away: AU leads, 5-1 Date 1/17/70 1/29/71 1/26/72 1/27/73 1/26/74 2/24/75 1/20/77 1/18/78 1/17/79 2/4/80 1/26/81 2/15/82

Site West Chester Washington West Chester Washington West Chester Washington West Chester Washington West Chester Washington West Chester Washington

Site Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Washington Western Maryland Washington Western Maryland Mason-Dixon Playoffs Western Maryland Washington Washington Mason-Dixon Playoffs Western Maryland Western Maryland Washington Western Maryland Washington Unknown Washington Western Maryland Washington Washington

Score 66-64 91-71 64-57 96-56 47-38 87-73 56-57 67-59 83-63 89-64 63-55 68-66

W/L W W W W W W L W W W W W

Score 31-25 34-28 34-28 36-34 41-40 41-43 50-40 45-43 55-66 64-27 62-58 50-39 68-71 56-46 65-49 52-54 66-38 59-61 84-60 74-66 85-57 67-60 97-61 71-54 82-51 76-49 70-64 90-64 83-74 91-60 111-63 75-51 97-60

W/L W W W W W L W W L W W W L W W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Score 82-78 79-81 69-71 64-80

W/L W L L L

West Virginia Overall: West Virginia leads, 3-1 Home: West Virginia leads, 1-0 Away: West Virginia leads, 2-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0 Date 1/3/75 1/3/79 1/23/80 11/21/00

Site Presidential Classic West Virginia Washington West Virginia

West Virginia Tech Overall: West Virginia Tech leads, 1-0 Away: West Virginia Tech leads, 1-0 Date Site Score 1954-55 West Virginia Tech (a) 89-102 (a) West Virginia Tech Invitational Tournament

108

Date 12/5/52

Xavier Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Neutral: AU leads, 1-0

Site Washington

Score 75-47

W/L W

Whittier Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0

Western Maryland Overall: AU leads, 28-5 Home: AU leads, 9-0 Away: AU leads, 5-2 Neutral: AU leads, 2-0 Unknown: AU leads, 12-3 Date 1926-27 1937-38 1938-39 1938-39 1939-40 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1941-42 1945-46 1945-46 1945-46 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 12/17/48 2/5/49 3/3/49 1949-50 1949-50 2/17/51 3/9/51 1951-52 12/18/52 2/24/53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 11/24/98

West Virginia Wesleyan Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Home: AU leads, 1-0

Date 11/30/81

Site Washington

Score 86-67

W/L W

Site Wichita State

Score 72-71

W/L W

Score 39-40 40-54 51-63 44-48 72-69 73-67 61-45 82-72 69-54 65-64 (OT) 64-62 61-89 63-76 70-64 83-56 70-69 86-72 77-75 (OT) 75-76 90-72 86-58 79-64 85-73 87-70 75-70 70-57 66-70 84-69 76-71 82-77 78-72 89-84 65-57 69-70 62-86 91-80 100-66 55-64 85-67 56-69 61-54 71-66 75-64 68-65 61-57 77-62 60-70 54-50 42-51

W/L L L L L W W W W W W W L L W W W W W L W W W W W W W L W W W W W W L L W W L W L W W W W W W L W L

Score 63-71

W/L L

Site Score Fleet Basketball Classic 92-90 (OT) Cincinnati, Ohio 68-86

Site Washington Yale Washington

Score 84-73 69-65 59-71

William & Mary Overall: AU leads, 35-14 Home: AU leads, 19-1 Away: AU leads, 12-8 Neutral: AU leads, 4-1 Unknown: William & Mary leads, 4-0 Date 1940-41 1942-43 1942-43 1946-47 1956-57 1977-78 2/10/79 1/14/80 2/2/81 2/2/82 1/26/85 2/18/85 1/27/86 2/24/86 1/26/87 2/23/87 1/9/88 2/6/88 3/5/88 1/14/89 2/8/89 1/6/90 2/3/90 1/16/91 2/13/91 3/2/91 1/11/92 2/8/92 1/9/93 2/6/93 3/6/93 1/24/94 2/19/94 1/14/95 2/15/95 1/13/96 2/10/96 2/10/97 2/22/97 1/7/98 1/31/98 2/28/98 1/13/99 1/27/99 2/25/99 2/7/00 2/26/00 12/9/00 1/31/01

Site Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Washington William & Mary Washington William & Mary Washington William & Mary Washington William & Mary William & Mary Washington Washington William & Mary William & Mary Washington CAA Championships Washington William & Mary William & Mary Washington Washington William & Mary CAA Championships William & Mary Washington Washington William & Mary CAA Championships Washington William & Mary Washington William & Mary William & Mary Washington William & Mary Washington William & Mary Washington CAA Championships Washington William & Mary CAA Championships Washington William & Mary Washington William & Mary

Wyoming Overall: Wyoming leads, 1-0 Neutral: Wyoming leads, 1-0 W/L L

Date Site 12/19/81 Tennessee (a) (a) Volunteer Classic

W/L W L

Yale Overall: AU leads, 2-1 Home: Tied, 1-1 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date 1/3/04 1/10/05 1/9/06

Wichita State Overall: AU leads, 1-0 Away: AU leads, 1-0 Date 12/13/89

Date 11/29/86 11/25/06

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American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Letterwinners A

F

Hajj R. Abdul-Jami .........................................’71 Michael A. Abner.............................................’79 Jeff E. Adamoff ...............................................’73 Demek Adams .........................(’00, ’01, ’02, ’03) Ronald C. Adams............................................’61 Sam O. Albert .................................................’54 Hasheem Alexander ............................. (’00, ’01) John H. Alexander ..........................................’35 Martin A. Allwine .............................................’35 Michael A. Alston ............................................’78 Richard P. Anderson, Jr. .................................’90 Murray Arnold .................................................’60 Carl G. Aspenburg, Jr. ....................................’64 Christian R. Ast ...............................................’95 Fernando Aunon .............................................’84 Gordon Austin .................................................’84 Gary N. Axelrad ..............................................’71

Norman Fabian ............................................ ’32 * Reid A. Fader..................................................’71 William H. Faux ..............................................’53 Leland Field ....................................................’30 Jeremy M. Figoten ...................................’96, ’98 Robert M. Fillhaber .........................................’77 Daniel Fischer ............................................ (‘10) Eric Fischer.....................................................’00 Richard S. Fleshman ......................................’74 Darryl L. Franklin ............................................’96 Matthew C. Frary ............................................’95 Samuel L. French ...........................................’35 Robert B. Fried ...............................................’78 Herbert A. Fuchs.............................................’38 Robert H. Fuchs .............................................’32 Tim Fudd ........................................................’96 Bartley A. Fugler .............................................’48 Dante H. Fulton ..............................................’77 Timothy C. Fulton ...........................................’72

B Charles N. Baer ..............................................’54 Rafael Baidanshin ..........................................’98 Ralph F. Baird .................................................’66 Warren E. Baker, Jr. .......................................’67 Simon J. Balchun, Jr. ......................................’51 Jason Bannister .................................... (’99, ’00) Gerald S. Bartfield ..........................................’67 Robert V. Barton, Jr. .......................................’67 Walter M. Bastian, Jr. .....................................’39 Arthur L. Beatty, Jr. .........................................’69 Billy N. Beauchamp ........................................’61 Joel B. Bell......................................................’84 Ralph R. Benson ............................................’50 Mike Bersch ............................................... (‘10) Samuel C. Bilbrough.......................................’29 Brayden Billbe .........................(’04, ’05, ’06, ’07) Donald S. Bittinger..........................................’29 Michael Blackwel ............................................’95 Robert J. Boggs ..............................................’69 Andrew J. Bon Salle .......................................’90 Frank Borden ..................................................’09 George R. Borsarii ..........................................’34 Jordan Borucki .......................................... (‘10) Albert L. Botkin ...............................................’47 Robert S. Bowers ...........................................’38 Russell A. Bowers......................................... ’81* Nick Boyd .......................................................’02 Leslie R. Bradshaw, Jr. ...................................’51 B. Brooke Bright .............................................’32 Joseph A. Britton ............................................’38 Craig R. Broderdorp ................................’89, ‘93 Arthur Brodsky ................................................’66 Kenneth H. Brown ..........................................’48 Matt Brown ..............................(’95, ’96, ’98, ’99) Robert D. Brown .............................................’73 Calvin Brown ..................................................’78 George I. Brown .............................................’40 Rod Brown .......................................................... Robert K. Brummer.........................................’63 Albert Buffington .............................................’33 Howard J. Buffler ............................................’65 Vladimir Buscaglia ................................ (’01, ’02) Carl L. Byham .................................................’51 C James R. Caiola .............................................’31 M. Hamlin Cannon ..........................................’50 William G. Caples ...........................................’29 Andre R. Carley ..............................................’78 Joseph P. Carlo ..............................................’38 Garrison Carr ..................................................’09 Joseph L. Carter .............................................’33 Chester A. Carter ............................................’31

Ed Clements, ‘60

David ..............................................’73 D id A. A Carver C ’73 Joe Casper .....................................................’02 Stafford H. Cassell, Jr. ....................................’77 Jamal Catarina ...............................................’04 James J. Certa ...............................................’78 Jarion Childs ............................(’97, ’98, ’99, ’00) Sherman Chin.................................................’58 Stephen Clayton ................................... (’98, ’97) Edward S. Clements .......................................’60 Richard P. Clifton ............................................’57 Martin H. Colin ................................................’71 Joel T. Comiteau .............................................’58 Jay C. Cone ....................................................’53 James A. Cook ...............................................’70 James J. Cook ................................................’32 Frederick D. Cooper, III ..................................’91 Atiba Coppock, Jr. ..........................................’69 John T. Coursen .............................................’76 Lee Cozan ......................................................’48 Scott P. Crampton...........................................’35 Matej Cresnik..................................(’03, ’04, ’05) Ronald F. Crown .............................................’58 Thomas J. Cuddy ...........................................’32 William B. Culp ...............................................’39 D Stephen D. Dalsheim......................................’53 Raymond E. Daly............................................’63 Joseph W. Daniels, Jr. .............................’82, ’84 Ron Davenport ................................................... Gary D. Davidson ...........................................’75 Peter T. De Haven ..........................................’74 Donald E. Dedrick...........................................’52 William A. Demharte .......................................’74 William H. Diamond ........................................’82 Alton Dillard ........................................................ Robert M. Dixon..............................................’41 Patrick Doctor ..........................(’99, ’00, ’01, ’02) Andrew B. Dolich ............................................’69 Leroy Doolittle.................................................’49 Ron Draper ......................................................... Jernavis Draughn ...........................(’01, ’03, ’04) David C. Driscoll, Jr. .......................................’70 Daniel J. Duvall...............................................’70 Christopher J. Dye ..........................................’81

G Mark R. Garlitos..............................................’79 Stephen L. Garrett ..........................................’74 Gary Garris ........................................... (’06, ’07) Ronald I. Garshag ..........................................’51 Jerry J. Gaston ...............................................’73 Hamilton D. Gewehr .......................................’41 R. Brian Gilgeous ...........................................’93 James R. Gillen ..............................................’71 Duane A. Gilliam .............................................’96 Brian Gilmore..................................................’09 Robert L. Gingell.............................................’60 Dejaun Goodwin .............................................’01 Warren E. Gorman ..................................’69, ’72 Erick Grace ......................................................... Riley Grafft .......................................... (‘09, ‘10) Michael D. Graham.........................................’71 Ryan Graham ..........................(’02, ’03, ’04, ’05) Donald B. Grant .......................................’92, ‘94 Keith Gray................................(’99, ’00, ’01, ’02) Brad H. Greenberg .........................................’77 Daniel L. Greenfield ........................................’54 Thomas J. Griffin .....................................’65, ’68 Billy J. Griffin...................................................’48 William E. Grimm, Jr. ................................... ’35 * Frank A. Gross................................................’49 Cornelio Guibunda..........................................‘09 Robert L. Guy .................................................’46

E Philip J. Economou .........................................’74 Howard M. Edelstein ......................................’72 Fred J. Eden, Jr. .............................................’43 Carter M. Edmonds ........................................’41 Burke Edwards ...............................................’33 Arvydas Eitutavicius ................(’04, ’05, ’06, ’07) Eric J. Engelhardt ...........................................’74 Jamaine Epps .................................................’97 Bruce Etchison ...............................................’41 Latimer R. Evans ............................................’41

Brian Gilmore, ‘09

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American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Letterwinners H Ronald B. Haight ............................................’66 Robert K. Hall .................................................’40 Alex Harris ............................................ (’98, ’97) Tyrone D. Harris ......................................’72, ’75 Leonard C. Harris ...........................................’38 James L. Harrison ..........................................’89 Robert Harvey ................................................’80 Michael T. Hayman .........................................’71 J. Courtney Hayward ......................................’28 Ronald Hearns...................................... (’00, ’01) Jonathan N. Helfat ..........................................’68 Nick Hendra.................................. (‘08, ‘09, ‘10) Lawrence A. Hetrick........................................’31 Carl D. Hevener .......................................’55, ’58 Joe Hill .................................................. (‘09, ‘10) Robert C. Hill ..................................................’38 Michael D. Hill.................................................’50 Terrell S. Hill ...................................................’69 Donald M. Hillock............................................’49 Stephen W. Hines ...........................................’69 Richard R. Hite ...............................................’50 Robert Hoey ....................................................... James G. Hollis ..............................................’48 Carroll B. Holmes ...........................................’78 Daryl Holmes ..................................................’97 Jeff Holton ................................................... (‘10) Henry L. Hopkins ............................................’87 Gregory R. Horkey..........................................’68 Gary S. Horkey ...............................................’69 Leroy Horner...................................................’31 Joseph A. Hossick ..........................................’50 James M. Howell ............................................’62 Howard R. Hudson .........................................’39 Charles D. Hudson .........................................’49 Harvey L. Huey ...............................................’48

Christopher C. Knoche ...................................’80 Jarrod Kohl ........................................... (’03, ’04) James D. Kranking .........................................’50 Howard L. Krevolin .........................................’72 Marko Krivokapic ............................................’95 L Ronald J. Ladd ........................................’58, ’63 John F. LaFavre ..............................................’30 Robert W. Lamon............................................’50 Robert F. Lanzillotti ..................................’44, ’48 Howard A. Lassoff ..........................................’78 H. George Latham ...................................’50, ’58 Erick C. Lawrence ..........................................’94 Travis Lay .......................................................’08 Sherman E. Lee.......................................’38, ’39 William T. Leith ...............................................’37 Linas Lekavicius ......................(’04, ’05, ’06, ’07) Ernest I. Levin.................................................’35 Carl W. Levin ..................................................’31 George I. Lewis ..............................................’64 Sekou Lewis ............................(’04, ’05, ’06, ’07) David E. Lichliter.............................................’30 Robert A. Lindquist .........................................’62 Johnny L. Lloyd, Jr...................................’74, ’80 Leonard H. Lockhart, Jr. .................................’75 Ira S. London ..................................................’72 Wilfred J. Lucas ..............................................’68 Warren R. Luhrs .............................................’68 Stephen Lumpkins ............................. (‘09, ‘10) Steve Luptak ................................ (‘08, ‘09, ‘10) Rene Lutz .......................................................’32 James G. Lutz ................................................’85 Michael E. Lynch ............................................’71

I John A. Iacovelli..............................................’75 Andre Ingram ...........................(’04, ’05, ’06, ’07) E. Leroy Ishman .............................................’51 John E. Isleib ..................................................’62

K William E. Kagarise ........................................’70 Robert Kanowitz .............................................’76 Lance J. Kaufman...........................................’78 Bruce R. Kessler, Sr. ......................................’29 Michael W. Kessler .........................................’69 Philip J. Kessler ..............................................’75 Philip Kirschner...............................................’73 Charles J. Kligman .........................................’49

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Jordan Nichols, ‘09

N Michael Neelman ............................................’71 John Neer ................................................’50, ’52 Bruno Neeser ....................................... (’00, ’01) Mark C. Nelson ........................................’70, ’72 Albert N. Nencioni...........................................’49 Steven B. Nesmith ..........................................’85 James R. Neurohr ..........................................’76 Jordan Nichols ................................................’09 Mark Nickens ...................................................... William J. Nicklaw ...........................................’51 Robert T. Nugent ............................................’48 O William S. O’Brien, Jr. .....................................’61 Patrick Okpwae ..............................(’02, ’04, ’05) David J. Oliverio .............................................’72 David S. Olsen................................(’98, ’99, ’00)

J John J. Jablonsky ...........................................’41 Marc W. Jaffe..................................................’74 Herbert Jamison .............................................’77 Richard E. Jarvis ............................................’31 Anthony R. Jiorle ............................................’70 Eugene I. Johnson..........................................’38 James T. Johnson...........................................’31 Blake Jolivette ........................................... (‘10) Paulis Joneliunas............................(’05, ’06, ’07) Earle F. Jones .................................................’69 Juan Delon Jones ...........................................’84 William S. Jones .............................................’64 Diem M. Jones................................................’75 Ossie Jones .......................................... (’98, ’99) Robert E. Jones ..............................................’51 Robert W. Jones .............................................’53 Willie Jones ....................................................’64 William L. Jones .............................................’58

Donald L. Merker ............................................’67 Matthew J. Miles .............................................‘57 Steve Miles ........................................... (’02, ’03) Robert W. Miller ..............................................’47 Gary S. Mininsohn ..........................................’71 Vlad Moldoveanu ....................................... (‘10) James H. Molloy, Jr. .......................................’68 Arthur J. Morales, Jr. ......................................’54 Patrick E. Morrissey........................................’86 Daniel Munoz ............................................. (‘10) Myron D. Murray .............................................’76

P

Travis Lay, ‘08

M John W. Manchester .......................................’43 William H. Mann .............................................’75 Ralph H. Markham..........................................’32 Frane Markusovic ...........................................’09 Henry Marqurss .................................... (’97, ’98) William B. Mason ............................................’66 Richard I. Mather ............................................’49 Robert J. Matty ...............................................’74 Norman S. Mauskopf ......................................’71 Charles H. Mayer............................................’40 Lloyd E. Mayes ...............................................’72 William G. McCarthy .......................................’57 Simon McCormack ............................. (‘09, ‘10) Larry D. McCoy...............................................’69 William B. McDanald ......................................’63 Derrick Mercer ................................................’09

Bryan W. Palmer......................................’94, ’00 Charles R. Parrish ..........................................’62 Ricardas Patiejunas.............................. (’02, ’03) William F. Patten .............................................’51 Roger J. Pearson............................................’70 Ronald H. Peay ..............................................’76 Romone Penny ...............................................‘08 Steven P. Perlmutter .......................................’71 Art Perry ............................................................. Raimondas Petrauskas ..................(’03, ’04, ’05) Thomas Pfotzer ..............................................’80 Edward H. Porter ............................................’36 Jonathan M. Powell ........................................’76 Samuel W. Pure..............................................’72 Q Joseph R. Quiroli, Jr. ......................................’74 R Edwin K. Rabbit ..............................................‘48 Merle D. Randle..............................................‘34 Ronald Rawlins...............................................‘64 Barthonhue W. Reese ....................................‘42 Wayne M. Richman ........................................‘72

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American University Men’s Basketball

All-Time Letterwinners Kenneth D. Rickel ...........................................‘74 Glenn E. Riddell..............................................‘44 David C. Ridley, Jr. .........................................‘83 Gary L. Roberts ..............................................‘71 Charles D. Robinson ......................................‘66 Todd M. Robinson............................................... Edward J. Rochford ........................................‘69 Andres Rodriguez ...........................(’02, ’03, ’04) Chris Rooney ..................................................‘69 George A. Rosenberg .....................................‘67 Robert R. Rosenfeld Joshua P. Rosenfeld .......................................‘74 Dennis Ross ....................................................... Franklin A. Ross .............................................‘87 Mitchell H. Rothenberg ...................................‘74 Thomas L. Rowe ............................................‘73 Raymond W. Ruhling ......................................‘69 Stephen G. Rye ..............................................‘89 V. Wallace Ryland...........................................‘57

Harold S. Shupack..........................................‘57 Brian S. Sibley ................................................‘94 Martin L. Sigholtz ............................................‘53 John J. Simkovich...........................................‘68 Bryce Simon ...................................................’09 Peter S. Sitnik .................................................‘39 Charles A. Sixbey ...........................................‘38 Don Slappy ......................................................... Edwin D. Sloane .............................................‘85 Dave Small ..............................(’96, ’97, ’98, ’99) Larry A. Smith .................................................‘80 Olin Smith .......................................................‘38 Nathan Smith ...........................(’95, ’96, ’97, ’98) Leroy W. Smith ...............................................‘47 Alex M. Sneddon ............................................‘56 Franklyn H. Snitow .........................................‘67 Robert D. Sokolove ........................................‘74 Gerald I. Sommer ...........................................‘66 James M. Spadafore ...............(’96, ’97, ’98, ’99) Dale Spears ....................................................... Frank M. Spindler ...........................................‘66 Harold Sponsler ..............................................‘53 James D. Springer ..........................................‘87 Stephen A. Stein .............................................‘82 Sean Stevens .................................................... Benjamin F. Still ..............................................‘66 Gordon Stiles ...................................................... Glenn Stokes ........................................ (’02, ’03) William A. Stone .............................................‘86 Philip J. Stuart ................................................‘67 John N. Stulak ................................................‘69 Michael S. Sumner .........................................‘90 Roger M. Synenberg ......................................‘71

Craig Sedmak, ‘93

S John P. Samonsky ..........................................‘85 Michael A. Sampson .......................................‘88 Paul J. Sampson ............................................‘34 Louis Sangiorgio .............................................‘52 Wesley B. Sarles ............................................‘38 William E. Sass...............................................‘61 Ray D. Saxton, Jr............................................‘53 Howard S. Schachter......................................‘65 Robert A. Schachter .......................................‘71 Kenneth S. Schaeffer .....................................‘70 Vince Schafmeister............................................. Thomas E. Scherer.........................................‘87 John F. Schreck ..............................................‘57 Gary D. Schrenk .............................................‘65 John D. Schulz ...............................................‘71 Hugo Schulze .................................................‘41 Paul A. Schwartz ............................................‘73 William Schwartz ............................................‘62 Ronald A. Schwartzbach ................................‘72 George F. Scott...............................................‘37 Paul W. Scrimshaw, Sr. ..................................‘48 Craig Sedmak .................................................‘93 John G. Selby .................................................‘54 Oscar H. Sells.................................................‘33 Lawrence S. Selwyn .......................................‘50 Rev. David R. Shaheen ..................................‘63 Peter K. Shepard ............................................‘76 James Shickora ..............................................‘65 George M. Shugars ........................................‘60 O. Walker Shumate, Jr. ..................................‘46

U Harry K. Underwood .......................................‘33 V Robert C. Veldran ...........................................‘69 Raymond C. Voelkel .......................................‘79 James E. Vogts, Jr. .........................................‘41 Hans W. Vollmecke.........................................‘58 W Michael E. Wade ............................................‘85 John Wakefield ...............................................‘75 Gary A. Wallen ................................................‘72 Kenneth W. Waller ..........................................‘66 Frederick Warther ...........................................‘52 William H. Washburn ......................................‘77 Kermit A. Washington .....................................‘73 Paul Washington ............................................’93 Paul Washington ............................................’94 Tim Washington ..............................................’00 Ernest C. Webb, Jr. ........................................‘41 Sherwood F. Webster .....................................‘53 Craig Weinstein .......................(’03, ’04, ’05, ’06) Frank Weiss....................................................‘58 Richard E. Wells .............................................‘65 James B. Wendt .............................................‘70 Charles H. West, Jr.........................................‘89 Robin Wexler ..................................................‘68 Melvin E. Wheatley, Jr. ...................................‘36 Eric J. White ...................................................‘89 Brian Williams ....................................... (’01, ’02) James A. Williams, III .....................................‘99 Gladstone E. Williams ....................................‘33 John H. Williams .............................................‘33 Matthew Wilson ..............................................‘10 Henry T. Wingo ...............................................‘51 Roy A. Wiseman .............................................‘35 Patrick J. Witting .............................................‘87 Frank L. Witucki ..............................................‘73 Jonathan D. Wolff ...........................................‘97 Brock G. Wortman ..........................................‘91 Don L. Wright..................................................‘54 Y Martin A. Yam .................................................‘76 John A. Yerrick ................................................‘63 Ralph J. Yow ...................................................‘48 Z

Billy Stone, ‘86

Davide Zambon ..............................................‘04 Howard Zimmern ............................................‘70 George J. Zuras..............................................‘43 Managers

T William J. Tanney............................................‘52 Mike Technow .................................................‘09 Saliou-Binet Telly .....................(’98, ’99, ’00, ’01) Jason Thomas .........................(’02, ’03, ’04, ’05) Wilbur Thomas ...............................................’75 Howard A. Thompson .....................................‘36 William W. Thompson .....................................‘38 Fred T. Tillman ................................................‘91 Harold E. Toner...............................................‘39 Edgar J. Townsend .........................................‘66 Louis G. Trager ...............................................‘71 Thomas Treadwell .............................................. Michael L. Trilling ............................................‘63 John B. Trowbridge.........................................‘41 James C. Tucker.............................................‘69

Joanna Blatchly ..............................................‘09 Johnny Cheng ................................(’97, ’98, ’99) Ryan Eskow.......................................... (‘09, ‘10) Mark Fairchild ....................................... (’06, ’07) Mark Fine........................................(’98, ’99, ’00) Josh Futterman...............................................’07 Tiana Hakimzadeh ................................ (‘09, ‘10) McKay Holloman .................................. (’02, ’03) Army Huehoucik ......................(’02, ’03, ’04, ’05) Matt Kirby .......................................(’04, ’05, ’06) Sean Means ...................................................’02 Devis O’Neill ......................................... (’05, ’06) Peter Rosen.............................(’02, ’03, ’04, ’05) Rosery Rosen ..........................(’02, ’03, ’04, ’05) Ashley Scotland .................................... (’07, ’08) Ryan Sherwin ..........................(’04, ’05, ’06, ’07) Jonas Varnum.................................................’08 Charlie Wachtel ..............................................’06

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Cornelius Kerwin was named president in the 2007-08 academic year after serving as acting and interim president since August 24, 2005. Dr. Kerwin is a longstanding member of the AU community. He earned a BA from American University in 1971 (followed by an MA in political science from the University of Rhode Island in 1973, and a PhD in political science from Johns Hopkins University in 1978) and has been a member of the AU faculty since 1975. He held a number of prominent leadership positions within the School of Public Affairs, including serving as dean from 1989 to 1997, acting provost from 1997 to 1998, and provost from 1998 to 2005.

Dr. Neil Kerwin President, American University

A longtime supporter of AU athletics, Dr. Kerwin endorsed AU’s decision to move to the Patriot League in 2001, joining Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Army, and Navy in athletic competition that has resulted in 30 Patriot League championships (field hockey, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, women’s lacrosse, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and women’s volleyball, and men’s basketball). Since fall 2005, the Department of Athletics and Recreation has reported directly to Dr. Kerwin, a move that reflects the strong relationship between academic and athletic achievement at AU.

include: working with deans and faculty to complete AU’s master’s and doctoral program reviews; overseeing creation of the University College Program for first-year undergraduate students; leading the process to restructure faculty governance and create a new Faculty Senate; and overseeing AU’s decennial self-study that resulted in the Middle States Association Commission’s unconditional reaccreditation. Dr. Kerwin also advanced major efforts to support faculty scholarship, teaching, service, and diversity; bring faculty salaries to the AAUP–Level 1 standard; and develop plans for assessing student learning. A professor of public administration in the School of Public Affairs, Dr. Kerwin is a nationally recognized specialist in public policy, with emphasis on the regulatory process. He teaches courses in administrative process, policy implementation, and American government and is actively engaged in research. Dr. Kerwin founded and directs AU’s Center for the Study of Rulemaking. He is the author of Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Law and Make Policy (3rd ed., 2003, Congressional Quarterly Press) and the coauthor of How Washington Works: The Executives Guide to Government (3rd ed., 1996). His scholarly articles have appeared in Public Administration Review, Journal of Politics, Policy Studies Review, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Judicature, Justice System Journal, and Harvard Journal on Legislation.

As provost, Dr. Kerwin was the university’s chief academic officer, leading approximately 475 full-time teaching faculty in AU’s six schools and colleges (College of Arts and Sciences, Kogod School of Business, School of Communication, School of International Service, School of Public Affairs, and Washington College of Law). Among the offices he supervised are: admissions, financial aid, the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment, the University Library, the Office of the Registrar, and the Washington Semester Program and those reporting to the Dean of President Kerwin particpates in the Academic Affairs (including net cutting ceremony following the the General Education and men’s basketball team’s 2008 Patriot Honors Programs). His League Championship accomplishments as provost

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American University named Keith continued their streak of 19 consecutive Gill its 7th Director of Athletics and semesters with a combined GPA over Recreation on June 1, 2007. 3.0. In 2009-10, 159 student-athletes were named to the university’s Dean’s As Director of Athletics, Gill oversees List as the student-athlete graduation the operations of all American rate rose to an astounding 89%. University intercollegiate and intramural athletic programs, including more than Prior to coming to American, Gill 250 student-athletes participating spent three years at the University in 16 varsity sports, the majority of of Oklahoma. He oversaw a major which compete in the Patriot League portion of OU athletics, including Conference. men’s basketball, women’s soccer and baseball, and the supervision In just three years at American, Gill has of personnel, budgets, facilities, helped to lead the athletics department fundraising, student-athlete issues to never before seen successes and the selection and evaluation of including back-to-back appearances in coaches for these sports. He worked the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball with the AD and staff in overseeing the Tournament. Since his arrival Gill has strategic and annual planning process also seen the volleyball team win a for the department. record eighth straight Patriot League Championship, the field hockey Gill was the director of membership team win a record seventh straight services at the NCAA from 2000 to Patriot League Championship and the 2004. He developed and communicated women’s basketball team make three policies related to Division I straight postseason appearances intercollegiate athletics, including for the first time in program history. governance, rules compliance, diversity, Individually, American has crowned gender equity, academic integrity, 14 All-Americans over the past three student-athlete welfare, fiscal integrity, seasons. strategic planning, sportsmanship and legislation. He oversaw and ensured The Eagles have flourished in the effective operation of the athletics the classroom as well under Gill’s certification program, and managed guidance as American’s 16 teams have a staff of 35 who provided education and guidance to Division I institutions conducting their periodic self-studies. Previously, Gill worked at the NCAA from 1995 to 1999 as a membership services representative.

Keith Gill Director of Athletics and Recreation

At Vanderbilt from 1999 to 2000, Gill was an assistant athletic director and worked with the AD to implement the annual planning process to help 16 athletics teams achieve their academic and competitive goals. He worked with the National Commodore Club, major gifts, media relations and marketing and supported the Vanderbilt Board of Trustees by working with the athletics committee. A 1994 graduate of Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in history and sociology, the Orlando, Fla., native was a four-year letterman in football. In 2006 he earned a masters degree from the University of Oklahoma. Gill resides in Washington, D.C.

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Ajola Berisha

Rachel Abair

Athena Argyropoulos

Lamar Barrett

John Barry

Andrew Bashuk

Assistant Director of Recreational Sports

Assoc. AD / Senior Women’s Admin.

Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball

Head Diving Coach Swimming & Diving

Assistant Director of Marketing

Assistant Coach Volleyball

David Bierwirth

Bridget Bowers

Maureen Breslin

David Bucciero

Edmund Burke

Matt Centrowitz

Sr. Assoc. AD for Development & Special Events

Assistant Coach Cross Country & Track

Coordinator of Academic Support

Head Coach Women’s Soccer

Assistant Coach Cross Country & Track

Head Coach Cross Country & Track

Andrew Chesebro

Mark Cody

Matt Corkery

Sean Dash

Mark Davin

Fikru Dinka

Asst. Director of Ath. Communications

Head Coach Wrestling

Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Head Athletic Trainer

Head Coach Swimming & Diving

Coordinator of Business Operations

Kieran Donohue

Brendan Dwyer

Megan Ellzy

Danny Feitel

Josephine Finamore

Keith Gill

Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball

Operations Manager

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Director of Recreational Sports

Assoc. AD for Business Operations

Director of Athletics and Recreation

Barry Goldberg

Jason Hand

Kris Hazard

Jessica Hegmann

Holly Hewitt

Jocelyn HIll

Head Coach Volleyball

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Coach Men’s Soccer

Associate AD/Compliance & Internal Operations

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Director of Recreational Sports and Fitness

Eddie Jackson

Steve Jennings

Anabel Jimenez

Jeff Jones

Johnathan Katona

Sarah Thorn Krombolz

Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball

Head Coach Field Hockey

Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer

Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Head Equipment Manager

Assoc. Head Coach Field Hockey


Shawn Kuykendall

Erin Lindroth

Mark Liscinsky

Josh Menditch

Ohemaa Nyanin

Beth O’Connor-Baker

Vol. Assistant Coach Men’s Soccer

Assistant Coach Women’s Basketball

Assistant Coach Swimming & Diving

Vol. Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer

Graduate Assistant/Dir. of Basketball Ops.

Assistant Coach Swimming & Diving

Christine Ramirez

Valerie Rauenzahn

Katie Ridd

Michael Rupp

Robert Sherman

Howard Smith

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer

Assistant Coach Field Hockey

Assistant Coach Volleyball

Asst. AD for Marketing & Corp. Partnerships

Assistant Director of Ath. Communications

Nick Stames

James Stevens

Meghan Thiel

Jordan Tobin

LaTonya Watson

Todd West

Goalkeeper Coach Men’s Soccer

Facilities Manager

Assistant Coach Swimming & Diving

Director of Facilities & Operations

Assistant Coach Women’s Basketball

Head Coach Men’s Soccer

Nancy Yasharoff Assoc. AD for Athletics Communications

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Men’s B Ba

2010 - 2011 SCHEDULE NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Thu. 4

RANDOLPH-MACON (Ex.) ........ 7:30 p.m.

Wed. 1

at West Virginia .............................. 7:00 p.m.

Fri. 12

ST. FRANCIS (Pa.).................... 7:30 p.m.

Sun. 5

Florida % ........................................... 2:45 p.m.

Mon. 15

at Albany ........................................... 7:00 p.m.

Thu. 14

at Maryland-Baltimore County 7:00 p.m.

Wed. 17

MARYLAND-EASTERN SHORE... 7:30 p.m.

Thu. 16

at Northwestern ........................... 8:00 p.m.

Sat. 20

at Florida Atlantic .......................... 1:00 p.m.

Mon. 20

at Mount St. Mary’s ...................... 7:00 p.m.

Tue. 23

at Howard ......................................... 7:00 p.m.

Wed. 22

at Pittsburgh ................................... 7:00 p.m.

Sun. 28

COLUMBIA................................ 2:00 p.m.

Wed. 29

Fordham &........................................... 11:15 p.m.

Thu. 30

Santa Clara or Delaware & ..................... TBA


asketball

JANUARY

FEBRUARY

Mon. 3

BROWN ......................................... 7:30 p.m.

Sun. 6

Sat. 8

LEHIGH*.................................... 2:00 p.m.

Wed. 9

at Bucknell* ..................................... 7:00 p.m.

Wed. 12

BUCKNELL* ..............................7:30 p.m..

Sat. 12

COLGATE*................................. 3:00 p.m.

Sat. 15

at Colgate*........................................ 2:00 p.m.

Wed. 16

at Army* ............................................ 7:00 p.m.

Wed. 19

ARMY* ...................................... 7:30 p.m.

Sun. 20

HOLY CROSS* ........................... 2:00 p.m.

Sat. 22

at Holy Cross* ................................. 3:30 p.m.

Wed. 23

NAVY* ....................................... 7:30 p.m.

Wed. 26

at Navy* ................................................. 7:00 p.m.

Sat. 26

at Lafayette* ................................... 4:00 p.m.

Sat. 29

LAFAYETTE* ............................ 4:00 p.m.

at Lehigh* ......................................... 2:00 p.m.

All Times Eastern BOLD CAPS indicates home game * indicates Patriot League contest % indicates BB&T Classic at Verizon Center & indicates Cable Car Classic in Santa Clara, Ca.


2010-11 American University Men's Basketball Media Guide  

2010-11 American University Men's Basketball Media Guide

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