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CONTENTS 1 2 3 4

Table of Contents Quick Facts Media Information Hall of Fame

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2012-13 PREVIEW

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2012-13 PILOTS

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Schedule Outlook TV & Radio Roster

Landon Booker Matt Schauss Taylor Kolbus Zach Miller Brandon Gerber Michael Mislan Jordan Bowerman Darrell Hopkins Ryan Benner Patrick Oetting Jordyn Coon Drew Schauss Jared Mott Travis Smith Demetrius Lawson Keith Cochran Roster Information All-Time Roster

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2012-13 STAFF

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OPPONENTS

38 41 42 44 46 48 48 49 49 50 50 51 51 52 53

Coach Mike Lightfoot Assistant Coaches Support Staff Non-Conference The Crossroads League Goshen Grace Huntington Indiana Wesleyan Marian Mount Vernon Nazarene Saint Francis Spring Arbor Taylor All-Time Series Records

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2011-12 REVIEW

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TRADITION

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80 81 82 83 84 86 89 90 91 92 93 94

1998 NAIA Champions 2000 NCCAA Champions 2007 NCCAA Champions National Runners-Up Conference Champions Individual Accolades Jerome Calderone Rico Swanson William Walker Jody Martinez Eric Brand Year-by-Year Results

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RECORDS

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Scoring Field Goals Free Throws Three-Pointers 100-Point Games Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Playing Time Double-Doubles Wins / Losses NAIA Tourney Conference Tourney

CREDITS

Executive Editor: Andrew Bowen Cover Design: Jeff Myers Layout Design: Andrew Bowen Photography: Keith Cooper, Jeff Myers, Brian Beard, Bethel Sports Information Printing: Evangel Press, Nappanee, Ind. Special Thanks: Granger Community Church, Bethel College Archives, Robbie Lightfoot

2011-12 GUIDE

2010-11 GUIDE Third Place “Men’s Basketball Brochure” by NAIA-SIDA

ON THE COVER

Matt Schauss (20), Zach Miller (22), Patrick Oetting (41), Jordan Bowerman (30), Taylor Kolbus (21)

2009-10 GUIDE

2008-09 GUIDE

Fourth Place “Men’s Basketball Brochure” by NAIA-SIDA

First Place “Men’s Basketball Brochure” by NAIA-SIDA

Results Season Review Statistics Superlatives Box Scores

1992 NCCAA Champions 1993 NCCAA Champions 1995 NAIA Champions 1997 NAIA Champions

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

QUICK FACTS SCHOOL INFORMATION Location��������������������������������������������������������������������Mishawaka, Ind. Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1947 Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������������������������2000 Church Affiliation������������������������������������������������������������� Missionary President����������������������������������������������������������������� Dr. Steve Cramer Website������������������������������������������� http://www.bethelcollege.edu/

STARTERS RETURNING

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach�����������������������������������������������������������������Mike Lightfoot Record / Years��������������������������������������������������������������� 659-245 / 25 Assistant Coach���������������������������������������������������������������� Tony Natali Assistant Coach�����������������������������������������������������������Ryne Lightfoot Junior Varsity Coach��������������������������������������������������� Mark Gardner

LETTERWINNERS RETURNING

Student Manager���������������������������������������������������������� Ryan Binkley Student Manager�����������������������������������������������������������Clark Ziegler Student Manager�������������������������������������������������������������Tim Haynie Official Scorebook������������������������������������������������������������ John Natali Scoreboard Operator��������������������������������������������������������� Jim Rohm Public Address Announcer��������������������������������������������� Brian Miller MEDICAL STAFF Certified Athletic Trainer����������������������������������������������� Sarah Hauck Certified Massage Therapist��������������������������������������������� Don Neely Medical Physician�����������������������������������������������Steve Simons, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon���������������������������������������������Steve Mitros, M.D. Registered Physical Therapist����������������������������������� Fran McDonald Chiropractor�������������������������������������������������������� Jerry Hofferth, D.C. PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Competition����������������������������������������������������� 1958-59 All-Time Record����������������������������������������������������������������� 1100-562 NAIA DII National Tournament Appearances����������������������������������9 NAIA DII National Tournament Record������������������������������������� 26-6 NAIA DII National Championships���������������������������������������������������3 NCCAA National Tournament Appearances����������������������������������20 NCCAA National Championships�����������������������������������������������������4 Conference Championships�����������������������������������������������������������10 Conference Tournament Championships����������������������������������������6 Facilities���������������������������� Wiekamp Athletic Center (opened 1998) Arena������������������������������������������������ Gates Gymnasium (seats 2400) All-Time Record in Wiekamp������������������������������������������������� 166-57 TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record����������������������������������������������������������� 16-14 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish���������������������������������7-11 / 9th Final NAIA DII Poll Rating�������������������������������������������������� Not rated 2012 Postseason����������������������������������������������������������������������� None Starters Returning�������������������������������������������������������������� 5 (3G, 2F) Letterwinners Returning���������������������������������������������10 (4G, 4F, 2C) Letterwinners Lost������������������������������������������������������������������� 5 (5G) Newcomers�������������������������������������������������������������������6 (4G, 1F, 1C)

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NO. PLAYER

15 20 22 24 41

Landon Booker Matt Schauss Zach Miller Brandon Gerber Patrick Oetting

NO. PLAYER

21 25 30 32 34

Taylor Kolbus Michael Mislan Jordan Bowerman Darrell Hopkins Ryan Benner

LETTERWINNERS LOST NO. PLAYER

4 5 10 12 23

Steve Ward Spencer Krhin Matt Owens Cody Cochran Nick Lewis

NEWCOMERS

NO. PLAYER

0 1 4 5 23 50

Jordyn Coon Drew Schauss Jared Mott Travis Smith Demetrius Lawson Keith Cochran

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10.1 12.3 13.8 3.9 4.4

3.3 4.5 7.0 3.1 9.9

1.5 2.8 1.7 6.9 7.4 HT

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2.0 3.7 2.1 3.3 4.3

2.3 3.7 4.3 3.3 3.4

0.6 1.6 0.7 1.9 1.3

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0.3 0.6 0.5 0.1 1.0

0.5 0.4 0.3 1.3 1.6

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2.5 1.1 0.9 0.5 0.5

0.2 0.4 0.5 0.3 0.9

0.4 0.2 0.0 1.1 1.0

0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.6

0.1 0.2 0.5 0.4 0.3

0.0 0.1 0.0 0.2 0.0


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MEDIA INFO SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Pilots Colors������������������������������������������������������������������Royal Blue & White Mailing Address������������������������������������������������������� 1001 Bethel Cir.  Mishawaka, IN 46545 Athletic Website��������������������� http://www.bethelcollegepilots.com NAIA Affiliation������������������������������������������������������������������ Division II NCCAA Affiliation���������������������������������������������������������������� Division I Conference��������������������������������� Crossroads League (formerly MCC) Conference Website������������������� http://www.crossroadsleague.com Athletic Director���������������������������������������������������������� Jody Martinez Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (574) 257-3447 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (574) 807-7426 Athletic Secretary����������������������������������������������������������� Nancy Snell Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (574) 807-7425 Faculty Representative����������������������������������������������Dr. Bob Staples Sports Information Director����������������������������������������Natalie Young Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (574) 807-7031 Email��������������������������������������������natalie.young@bethelcollege.edu LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS South Bend Tribune�������������������������������������������������� (574) 233-6161 Elkhart Truth������������������������������������������������������������� (574) 294-1661 Goshen News������������������������������������������������������������ (574) 533-2151 WHME TV 46������������������������������������������������������������� (574) 291-8200 WSJV Fox 28�������������������������������������������������������������� (574) 293-8616 WSBT 22�������������������������������������������������������������������� (574) 233-3141 WNDU 16�������������������������������������������������������������������� (574) 631-1616 WFRN 104.7 FM�������������������������������������������������������� (574) 875-5166

REGIONAL RADIO SPORTS NETWORK Play-by-Play Commentary��������������������������������������������� Paul Condry Color Commentary�������������������������������������������������������� Matt Kopsea Assistant����������������������������������������������������������������������� Tonya Condry Phone������������������������������������������������������������������������ (574) 299-1814 Fax����������������������������������������������������������������������������� (574) 231-1983 Contact Email������������������������������������������������������pcondry@rrsn.com Website���������������������������������������������������������������������� www.rrsn.com Mailing Address������������������������Regional Radio Sports Network, LLC  1014 Yeardley Lane  Mishawaka, IN 46544 Paul Condry is the founder and President of the Regional Radio Sports Network. He has been a finalist for the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters “Indiana Sportscaster of the Year” eleven times and has been awarded four times (2002, 2005, 2008, 2010). In 2010, he was inducted into the Indiana Sportscasters Hall of Fame. He has also been awarded the Indiana Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association’s “Marv Bates Indiana Sportscaster of the Year.” Paul also has a distinguished career covering Indiana high school sports, honored by the Indiana Football Coaches with the State Media Award in 1995, the Indiana Basketball Coaches Virgil Sweet Outstanding Service Award in 1996, and the IHSAA Distinguished Service Award in 1999. Other members of the Regional Radio Sports Network team also boast an impressive list of accomplishments. To find out more, visit www.rrsn.com.

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

HALL OF FAME

The purpose of the Bethel College Athletic Hall of Fame is to give special recognition to former Bethel College players/coaches who have excelled in their respective sport. Emphasis upon Christian values, moral character, and personal integrity is primary in the selection process. Also, an individual may be selected for meritorious service based upon his or her contribution to the athletic program and to Bethel College. The inductees for the class of 2012 are Hope (Lawson) Hoezee – volleyball/basketball; Jackie (Tepe) Kronewitter – volleyball; and Katie (Malkewicz) Weiss – volleyball.

HOPE (LAWSON) HOEZEE Hope (Lawson) Hoezee graduated in 1999 with a BS in Nursing. She was a four-year letter winner in volleyball and basketball. During her senior year, Hope was awarded the Ron Paulsen Award (‘98) for all athletes at Bethel College. Her volleyball accomplishments include winning the NCCAA National Award for volleyball: Susan R Hellings Award (’98). She was a 3-time NCCAA Volleyball All-American in ’96, ‘97, and ‘98. Hope was also a 3-time All-MCC member (’96, ’97, ’98) and a 2-time NAIA All-Region Team member (’97, ’98). In 1998, Hope was on the NCCAA National Championship team and the NAIA Regional Championship team. In basketball, Hope is a member of the 1,000 point/500 rebound club, and she is currently 3rd in Career Field Goal Percentage at 49.2%. Hope made the All-MCC team (HM) in her senior year (’99). Hope and her husband, Tim, have one daughter: Ellery.

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JACKIE (TEPE) KRONEWITTER Jackie (Tepe) Kronewitter graduated in 1995 with a BA in Business Administration. She was a four-year letter winner in volleyball. Jackie was a 2-time NCCAA All-American (’93, ’94); 3-time NCCAA AllDistrict Team (’92, ’93, ’94) and a 3-time member on the AllMCC team (’92, ’93, ’94). She made the NCCAA National AllTournament Team in ’93 and ’94 and was named the MVP of the tournament in ’94. Jackie was also named to the NAIA All-Region team in ’94. During her junior and senior years, the Pilots were the NCCAA National Champions (runners-up in ’92). Jackie and her husband, Doug, have two children: Jessica and Nathan.

KATIE (MALKEWICZ) WEISS Katie (Malkewicz) Weiss graduated in 2001 with a BA in Liberal Arts. She was a threeyear letter winner in volleyball. Katie was a 2-time NCCAA AllAmerican (’98, ’99); 3-time NCCAA All-District Team (’97, ’98, ’99); 3-time member on the All-MCC Team (’97, ’98, ’99); 2-time member on the NAIA All-Region Team (’98, ’99); NAIA All-American (HM – ’98); and was named the NCCAA Player of the Year in ’98. Katie was named to the 1998 NCCAA National All-Tournament Team and was named the Most Valuable Player. In 1998, the Pilots were the NCCAA National Champions and NAIA Regional Champions. Katie and her husband, Dan, have two children: Hannah and David.

BETHEL COLLEGE HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

1994������������������������������Jack Edison ���������������������������������Mike Lightfoot ����������������������������������������� Bob Long ��������������������������������� Jody Martinez ������������������������������������� Billy Nelson ��������������������������������� Dick Patterson 1995�� Karen (Prochno) Brennamen ���������������������������������Roberto Smith ���������������������������������� Dean Weirich 1996����������������������������Steve Brown ����������������������������� Aaron Carpenter ���������������������������Deb (Sousley) Oke 1997������������������ Andrew Carpenter ���������������������������������� Dave Franklin ����������������Lori (Wulliman) Spellman 1998��������������������������� Homer Drew ��������������������Kerry (Gardner) Sasser ������������������������������������Doug Snyder 1999����������������������� Dick Armington ��������������������������������� Tom Firestone �����������������������������Elizabeth Hossler 2000��������������������������� S. Ivan Lopez ������������������� Debbie (Hesch) Shively �����������������������������������Don Zawlocki 2001������������������������������Dave Slater 2002���������������������������Brian Bechtel �������������������������������������� Lisa Edison ������������������������������������� Dave Troyer 2003�������������������Jerome Calderone ������������������������������������ Kevin Fulton ���������������������������������� Randy Glingle 2004������������������������ Mark Galloway ���������������Jennifer (Howell) Mumaw ���������������������������������� Julie Reininga 2005�������������������������������� Karl Black �������������������������������� Jack Carpenter �������������������������������Nicole Matunas 2006��������������������������������Lorne Oke �������������������������������� Drew Peterson ���������������������������������� Seth Zartman 2007�������������������������������Ryan Bales ����������������������������������� Jody Goralski ������������������������������������� Rick Romeo 2008����������������������� Vince Ganzberg �����������������������������������Randy Hogue ��������������������Tonia (Habeck) Sawicki 2009������������������������Scott Anderson ������������������������ Lisa (Davis) DeJesus ��������������������������������������Bob Knebel 2010��������������������������������Eric Brand ���������������������� April (Allison) Russell ����������������������������������AJ Whitehead 2011���������������������� Pablo Rodriguez ���������������������������������������� Eric Stults ��������������������������������� John Urbanski


2012-13 SEASON PREVIEW

Schedule������������������������������������������������������������� 6 Outlook������������������������������������������������������������7-8 Returners������������������������������������������������������������ 9 TV & Radio Roster��������������������������������������������� 10


2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

2012-13 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Tue.

Holy Cross (www.rrsn.com)

Mishawaka, Ind.

Giovanni’s Tip-Off Classic - Rio Grande Host Shawnee State, Rio Grande, Taylor Andrews (www.rrsn.com) GATES AUTMOTIVE CLASSIC - Bethel Host Great Lakes Christian, Indiana Dabney, Marian (www.rrsn.com) UM DEARBORN (www.rrsn.com) Rochester (www.rrsn.com) SPRING ARBOR * (www.rrsn.com) Goshen * (www.rrsn.com)

Rio Grande, Ohio

1 4 14-15 28-29

2 5 8 10 12 15 19 22 26 30

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NOVEMBER Fri.-Sat. Wed. Fri.-Sat Thur. Sat. Tue. Tue.

2-3 7 9-10 15 17 20 27

DECEMBER Sat. Tue. Fri.-Sat. Fri.-Sat.

JANUARY Wed. Sat. Tue. Thur. Sat. Tue. Sat. Tue. Sat. Wed.

FEBRUARY Sat. Tue. Sat. Tue. Sat. Wed. Sat. Tue.

MARCH

2 5 9 12 16 20 23 26

Wed-Tue. 6-12 Wed.-Sat. 13-16

Berrien Springs, Mich. Mishawaka, Ind.

7:00 pm

Mishawaka, Ind. Rochester Hills, Mich. Mishawaka, Ind. Goshen, Ind.

7:00 pm 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm

TAYLOR * (www.rrsn.com) IU South Bend (www.rrsn.com) MU Holiday Classic - Marian Host Cincinnati Christian, Marian, Wilberforce (www.rrsn.com) Miami Gardens Classic - Saint Thomas Host Florida Memorial, St. Thomas, Talledega

Mishawaka, Ind. South Bend, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind.

3:00 pm 7:30 pm

Mount Vernon Nazarene * (www.rrsn.com) Saint Francis * (www.rrsn.com) MARIAN * (www.rrsn.com) Grace * (www.rrsn.com) INDIANA WESLEYAN * (www.rrsn.com) HUNTINGTON * (www.rrsn.com) Spring Arbor * (www.rrsn.com) GOSHEN * (www.rrsn.com) Taylor * (www.rrsn.com) MOUNT VERNON NAZARENE * (www.rrsn.com)

Mount Vernon, Ohio Fort Wayne, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Winona Lake, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Spring Arbor, Mich. Mishawaka, Ind. Upland, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind.

7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm

SAINT FRANCIS * (www.rrsn.com) Huntington * (www.rrsn.com) Indiana Wesleyan * (www.rrsn.com) GRACE * (www.rrsn.com) Marian * (www.rrsn.com) Crossroads League Quarterfinals (www.rrsn.com) Crossroads League Semifinals (www.rrsn.com) Crossroads League Championship (www.rrsn.com)

Mishawaka, Ind. Huntington, Ind. Marion, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Higher Seed Higher Seed Higher Seed

3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm

NAIA National Tournament (www.rrsn.com) NCCAA National Tournament (www.rrsn.com

Point Lookout, Mo. Winona Lake, Ind.

Home games (BOLD) are played at the Wiekamp Athletic Center * Crossroads League game All times are Eastern Standard Time and are subject to change

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7:30 pm

Miami Gardens, Fla.


ELEVATE

SEASON OUTLOOK The Pilots will be looking to “Elevate” their game in 2012-13 and are in a prime position to do so, returning five of the top seven scoring leaders from last season’s 16-14 squad. Seniors Jordan Bowerman and Landon Booker are eager to make a return trip to the NAIA national tournament, having only a taste of it during their freshmen year run to the Sweet Sixteen in 2009-10. WHO’S BACK Bowerman is back and ready to go for the Pilots after having his previous two seasons cut short due to two separate knee injuries. He has played in only 26 games since the start of the 2010 season. In thirteen games last season, Bowerman averaged 7.0 points and 4.3 rebounds and started eleven of them. Booker also returns for the Pilots but will be redshirted. The team’s MVP last season started 21 of the 22 games he played in, only to have his season cut short due to an ankle injury. Booker was on pace to lead the league in steals prior to his injury, but still finished fourth in total steals with 57. Junior Brandon Gerber appeared in 26 games last season, starting 19 of them, and averaged 3.9 points and 3.3 rebounds per game. Over the last three games, Gerber averaged 9.7 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 4.0 assists per game. The team’s Most Improved Player last season, Patrick Oetting led the team in rebounding at 4.3 per contest, while also chipping in 4.4 points per game. Oetting started 18 games a season ago. Junior Ryan Benner could be in line for a breakout campaign in 2012-13. For the second season in a row, Benner averaged 9.9 points (fourth on the team) and could take on a more prominent role in the offense. Benner also shot 39% from behind the three-point line last season. Taylor Kolbus earned the team’s Mental Attitude Award last season and will be counted on again as a team leader in 201213. The junior averaged 3.3 points and 2.3 rebounds for the Pilots.

Kneeling (L-R): Student Manager Clark Ziegler, Drew Schauss, Travis Smith, Matt Schauss, Zach Miller, Demetrius Lawson, Jordyn Coon, Ryan Benner, Student Manager Ryan Binkley; Standing (L-R): Assistant Coach Tony Natali, Landon Booker, Jared Mott, Taylor Kolbus, Darrell Hopkins, Patrick Oetting, Keith Cochran, Jordan Bowerman, Michael Mislan, Brandon Gerber, Head Coach Mike Lightfoot, Assistant Coach Ryne Lightfoot

6-8 junior Michael Mislan shot 53.7% from the field for the Pilots in 2011-12. Over his last four games, Mislan averaged 9.5 points and 4.5 rebounds per outing. Redshirt junior Darrell Hopkins started seven games a season ago and averaged 3.1 points and 3.3 rebounds for the Pilots. His experience will be key off the bench. Sophomore Matt Schauss made an immediate impression on Pilots fans last season, averaging 12.3 points and 2.6 assists. Providing some last-second heroics last season, the Pilots will continue to look to Schauss for the big bucket. Zach Miller is only the second player in program history to win Crossroads League Newcomer of the Year honors, joining Ricky Gooden (2001). The sophomore led the team with 13.8 points per game, and led the league with a .440 three-point percentage and an .873 free-throw percentage. NEW FACES Despite being new to the Pilots, he is no stranger to college basketball nor the Bethel program as Drew Schauss will complete his college eligility as a teammate of his brother Matt, after transferring from Brevard

College in North Carolina. The elder Schauss averaged 8.6 points and 3.3 rebounds, starting 24 of the 28 games at Brevard. Jordyn Coon averaged 11 points and 5 rebounds last season at Warsaw High School in Warsaw, Ind. The Tigers were 23-3 and state runners-up in 2010, and 18-5 in 2011 and held a top five ranking through most of the season. 6-7 Jared Mott dominated the prep level, averaging 22 points, 18 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals per game at Temple Christian High School in Mansfield, Ohio. Mott chose the Pilots over Cornerstone, Spring Arbor, Liberty, and Charleston Southern. Travis Smith is a gritty guard that will be a two-sport athlete for the Pilots, and can be seen on the hardwood or on the links. Smith averaged 22.6 points 3.7 steals, and 3.5 assists per game for Peru High School in Peru, Ind. Demetrius Lawson originally committed to Mt. Vernon Nazarene in 2011, but now finds himself in a Pilot uniform. Lawson was one of the top seniors in the state in 2011, averaging 16 points and 6 rebounds for Zionsville High School in Zionsville, Ind.

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BY THE NUMBERS CATEGORY

Points Field Goals Three-Pointers Free Throws Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

11-12 2,310 815 201 479 1,064 404 70 272 6,047

RETURN 1,894 675 160 384 956 313 66 212 4,942

LOST

416 140 41 95 108 91 4 60 1,105

Keith Cochran, a 7-footer from Bluffton High School in Bluffton, Ind., brings length to the frontcourt that the Pilots haven’t seen in a while. Cochran led the state in blocked shots with 144 last season, while also averaging 8.9 rebounds per game. NON-CONFERENCE GAMES The Pilots open up the 2012-13 campaign in October for the fourth time in program history and have never lost a game in October (3-0). The Pilots look to remain unbeaten against Holy Cross in their ninth all-time meeting. The Pilots will take to the road after that, traveling to the Giovanni’s Tip-Off Classic at Rio Grande University. The Pilots last competed in the Giovanni’s Tip-Off Classic in 2010-11 and defeated eventual NAIA DI national champion Pikeville in the opener. After rekindling an old matchup against Andrews for the first time since 2002, the Pilots will host the Gates Automotive Classic and welcome in Indiana Dabney and Great Lakes Christian. The Pilots have averaged 96.5 points while only allowing 69.5 points against the two schools in one game against each. The Pilots’ homestand continues with a matchup against WHAC foe UM Dearborn, whom the Pilots are 4-1 against all-time and haven’t faced since 2001-02. After pre-Christmas Crossroads League play, the “Crosstown Showdown” resumes with the short trek to IU South Bend. The Pilots won last year’s meeting 69-66, after allowing the Titans’ second win in the previous 32 meetings the season before. The Pilots’ last four non-conference games in the month of December come at the

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PCT.

82.0 82.8 79.6 80.2 89.8 77.5 94.3 77.9 81.7

LEADER

Zach Miller Matt Schauss Zach Miller Zach Miller Patrick Oetting Matt Schauss Patrick Oetting Landon Booker Zach Miller

11-12

412 (13.8) 127 (.380) 77 (.440) 89 (.873) 116 (4.3) 79 (2.6) 17 (0.6) 57 (2.5) 892 (29.7)

Marian Holiday Classic in Indianapolis and the Miami Gardens Classic in Florida. The Holiday Classic hosted by Marian University features games against Cincinnati Christian, whom the Pilots have never faced and Wilberforce, whom the Pilots have only faced once. The Pilots return to the Miami Gardens Classic for the third time in five seasons, having gone 3-1 in the previous two appearances, including sweeping Florida Memorial and St. Thomas in 2008-09, the Pilots’ two opponents this season. CROSSROADS LEAGUE SLATE The Pilots open up the 2012-13 slate at home in November, getting a chance for redemption against Spring Arbor. Both visiting teams won the matchups last season, with Spring Arbor taking the 64-62 decision in Mishawaka. The Pilots take to the road to face Goshen and welcome Taylor into the Gates Gymnasium before the turn of the new year in conference play. The first week of January again sees the Pilots play three games in six days with the long road trip to Mt. Vernon Nazarene on Jan. 2, followed by a road trip to St. Francis on Jan. 5, and ending with a home matchup against Marian on Jan. 8. St. Francis and Marian were two of the four Crossroads Leagues representatives in the NAIA national tournament last season, making it to the Elite Eight and Sweet Sixteen, respectively. After the visit from Marian, the Pilots will renew the Grace-Bethel rivalry with a trip to Winona Lake, which the Pilots lost in heartbreaking fashion in double overtime last year. The reigning conference champions and are the coaches pick to finish second in the league this year and one of the most dynamic teams in the country.

The rest of January sets up nicely for the Pilots, with five of their next seven games at home, starting with a home matchup against top ten Indiana Wesleyan. The Wildcats shared the regular season league championship a season ago and split the season series with the Pilots, each winning on the other’s home court. The homestand continues with a meeting against rival Huntington, whom the Pilots swept last season for the second time in three seasons. A home matchup with Goshen is sandwiched between two road meetings at Spring Arbor and Taylor as the second meetings of conference play gets underway. The Pilots finish up their January homestand with meetings with Mt. Vernon Nazarene on Jan. 30 and St. Francis on Feb. 2. Of the four remaining games on the schedule, the Pilots only get to face Grace at home in the middle of their toughest stretch of the year. The Lancers currently boast a four-game winning streak over the Pilots and the all-time series is knotted at 59. The Pilots travel to Huntington and Indiana Wesleyan prior to senior night against Grace and follow it up with a trip to Marian. The Pilots have not fared well against the Knights in final regular season games, going 2-3 over the past ten seasons’ final game before conference tournaments. CROSSROADS LEAGUE PRESEASON POLL Indiana Wesleyan is the preseason pick to win the Crossroads League for the second year in a row, with 98 points, according to the Preseason Coach’s Poll. Grace is again picked to finish second with 81 points, followed by Spring Arbor with 72 points. Taylor is picked to finish fourth with 70 points, followed by St. Francis in fifth with 59 points, and Marian in sixth with 54 points. The Pilots are again picked to finish seventh with 41 points, followed by Huntington with 34 points in eighth, and Mt. Vernon Nazarene in ninth with 25 points. Goshen rounds out the preseason poll in last place with 16 points.


ELEVATE

GUARDS

The Pilots return the most talent at the guard position, despite losing five players from last season’s back court. Sophomore returners Matt Schauss and Zach Miller, the top two returning scorers, are back and are the only two players to appear in all 30 games a season ago. Junior Ryan Benner also returns off the bench, after averaging a tick under ten points per game. Newcomers Jordyn Coon, Travis Smith, Demetrius Lawson figure to play a role in the rotation, as does Drew Schauss, Matt Schauss’s older brother, who transfers in from Brevard College with one year of eligibility remaining. STARTERS RETURNING 15 Landon Booker 20 Matt Schauss 22 Zach Miller

HT 5-10 6-4 6-1

WT 183 175 165

CL Sr. So. So.

GP 22 30 30

PPG 10.1 12.3 13.8

RPG 2.0 3.7 2.1

APG 3.0 2.6 1.6

SPG 2.5 1.1 0.9

BPG 0.2 0.2 0.2

FG% .451 .380 .430

3P% .273 .312 .440

FT% .649 .706 .873

RESERVES RETURNING 34 Ryan Benner

HT 6-4

WT 194

CL Jr.

GP 27

PPG 9.9

RPG 3.4

APG 1.0

SPG 0.9

BPG 0.3

FG% .452

3P% .369

FT% .642

NEWCOMERS 0 Jordyn Coon 1 Drew Schauss 5 Travis Smith 23 Demetrius Lawson

HT 6-2 6-4 5-10 6-2

WT 175 200 160 185

CL Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr.

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Warsaw, Ind. (Warsaw) Greens Fork, Ind. (Brevard College) Peru, Ind. (Peru) Zionsville, Ind. (Zionsville)

FORWARDS

Despite not making much of an impact scoring, juniors Brandon Gerber’s and Patrick Oetting’s presences were felt in other areas as Oetting led the team in rebounding and Gerber stepped up his defensive play down the stretch a season ago. Senior Jordan Bowerman returns after his second straight season was cut short due to a knee injury, as does Darrell Hopkins who made great strides in his reserve role. The forwards also will receive a boost from freshman Jared Mott, who averaged 18 rebounds per game and is a natural at the position. STARTERS RETURNING 24 Brandon Gerber 41 Patrick Oetting

HT 6-5 6-6

WT 178 224

CL Jr. Jr.

GP 26 27

PPG 3.9 4.4

RPG 3.3 4.3

APG 1.6 0.6

SPG 0.5 0.5

BPG 0.1 0.6

FG% .295 .475

3P% .353 .000

FT% .476 .565

RESERVES RETURNING 30 Jordan Bowerman 32 Darrell Hopkins

HT 6-7 6-7

WT 226 217

CL Sr. R-Jr.

GP 13 27

PPG 7.0 3.1

RPG 4.3 3.3

APG 0.5 0.1

SPG 0.5 0.3

BPG 0.5 0.4

FG% .486 .432

3P% .250 .000

FT% .667 .550

NEWCOMERS 4 Jared Mott

HT 6-7

WT 205

CL Fr.

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Lucas, Ohio (Temple Christian)

CENTERS

For the first time in a long time, the Pilots have massive size underneath the hoop. Juniors Taylor Kolbus and Michael Mislan both provided depth and energy off the bench, combining to average 7.8 points and 6.0 rebounds together. They will welcome the addition of 7-footer Keith Cochran, who has a knack for finding the ball on defense, as evidenced by his 6.3 blocks per game last season on the prep level. RESERVES RETURNING 21 Taylor Kolbus 25 Michael Mislan

HT 6-7 6-8

WT 206 203

CL Jr. Jr.

GP 28 28

PPG 3.3 4.5

RPG 2.3 3.7

APG 0.3 0.6

NEWCOMERS 50 Keith Cochran

HT 7-0

WT 205

CL Fr.

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Bluffton, Ind. (Bluffton)

SPG 0.2 0.4

BPG 0.1 0.2

FG% .466 .537

3P% .000 .333

FT% .704 .591

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2012-13 ROSTER 0

Jordyn

1

Drew

4 Jared

15

Travis

Landon

COON

SCHAUSS 6-4 // Sr. // G

6-7 // Fr. // F

5-10 // Fr. // G

SMITH

BOOKER

20

21

22

23

24

SCHAUSS

KOLBUS

MILLER

LAWSON

GERBER

25

30

32

34

41

BENNER

OETTING

6-2 // Fr. // G

Matt

6-4 // So. // G

Michael

Taylor

6-7 // Jr. // C

Jordan

MOTT

5

Zach

6-1 // So. // G

Darrell

MISLAN BOWERMAN HOPKINS 6-8 // Jr. // C

6-7 // Sr. // F

6-7 // R-Jr. // F

Keith

Mike

Tony

7-0 // Fr. // C

Head Coach

50

COCHRAN LIGHTFOOT 12

NATALI

Assistant Coach

Demetrius

6-2 // Fr. // G

Ryan

6-4 // Jr. // G

Ryne

LIGHTFOOT Assistant Coach

5-10 // Sr. // G

Brandon

6-5 // Jr. // F

Patrick

6-6 // Jr. // F


2012-13 PILOTS

Landon Booker��������������������������������������������12-13 Matt Schauss�����������������������������������������������14-15 Taylor Kolbus�����������������������������������������������16-17 Zach Miller���������������������������������������������������18-19 Brandon Gerber�������������������������������������������20-21 Michael Mislan��������������������������������������������22-23 Jordan Bowerman���������������������������������������24-25 Darrell Hopkins��������������������������������������������26-27 Ryan Benner������������������������������������������������28-29 Patrick Oetting���������������������������������������������30-31 Jordyn Coon������������������������������������������������������ 32 Drew Schauss��������������������������������������������������� 32 Jared Mott�������������������������������������������������������� 33 Travis Smith������������������������������������������������������ 33 Demetrius Lawson�������������������������������������������� 34 Keith Cochran��������������������������������������������������� 34 Roster Information������������������������������������������� 35 All-Time Roster������������������������������������������������� 36


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BOOKER

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SENIOR*** // GUARD // 5-10 // 183 SOUTH BEND, IND. // JOHN ADAMS HS BETHEL

2009-10 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 35 games // Averaged 4.2 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 1.0 steals per game // Finished third on the team in steals // Scored a season-high 13 points in two games // Scored in double figures in four games // Dished out a season-high 4 assists against St. Francis (Feb. 20) // Pulled down a career-high 6 rebounds against Holy Cross (Nov. 14) // Earned the team’s inaugural Wes Laidig Super Sub award

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 27 vs. Goshen (1/24/12) REBOUNDS��������������������������������������������������������� 6 4x, last vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/31/12) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 7 vs. Indiana Wesleyan (1/14/12) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 6 vs. Judson (11/18/11) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 1 4x, last vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/31/12) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 39 vs. Goshen (2/3/11) FG MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 10 2x, last vs. Goshen (1/24/12) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 16 vs. Goshen (1/24/12) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 3 vs. Bethel Tenn. (12/18/09) 3-PT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������ 6 vs. Marian (2/9/10) FT MADE������������������������������������������������������������� 7 2x, last vs. Goshen (1/24/12) FT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 10 vs. Judson (11/18/11) LANDON BOOKER VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 5-2 Grace 6-4 Huntington 5-3 Indiana Wesleyan 8-4 Marian 5-2 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 2-1 Saint Francis 6-4 Spring Arbor 6-3 Taylor 5-2

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MIN-AVG 114-22.8 131-21.8 117-23.4 185-23.1 94-18.8 50-25.0 142-23.7 137-22.8 104-20.8

2010-11 AS A SOPHOMORE Appeared in 28 games, starting 25 // Averaged 6.8 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 1.8 steals per game // Led team in steals // Led underclassmen in minutes played // Scored a season-high 19 points against Indiana Wesleyan (Dec. 4) // Scored in double figures in 11 games // Dished out a seasonhigh 5 assists in two games // Pulled down a career-high 6 rebounds against Olivet Nazarene (Nov. 12) // Tallied a season-high 5 steals in three games // Played a careerhigh 39 minutes against Goshen (Feb. 3) // Ranked 46th in the nation and 4th in the conference in steals per game (1.857) // Ranked 5th in the conference in total steals (52) 2011-12 AS A JUNIOR Appeared in 22 games, starting 21 // Averaged 10.0 points, 2.1 rebounds, and 2.6 steals per game // Led the team in steals // Scored a career-high 27 points against Goshen (Jan. 24) // Scored in double figures in 12 games // Dished out a career-high 7

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA 14-33 .424 1-6 16-37 .432 4-8 18-39 .462 1-6 29-54 .537 8-14 7-23 .304 2-9 11-24 .458 6-12 15-41 .366 2-5 13-29 .448 0-3 6-24 .250 2-7

PCT. .167 .500 .167 .571 .222 .500 .400 .000 .286

FT-FTA 9-14 5-8 2-5 14-24 0-0 5-8 11-12 3-6 3-8

PCT. .643 .625 .400 .583 .000 .625 .917 .500 .375

assists against Indiana Wesleyan (Jan. 14) // Pulled down a career-high 6 rebounds in two games // Ranked 49th in the nation and 5th in the conference in total steals (57) // Ranked 20th in the conference in total assists (64) // Sidelined 8 games due to ankle injury // Earned the team’s Most Valuable Player award

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 18 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, and 4 steals per game at Adams High School // Over 1,000 career points // First Team All-NIC // Rick Bolus Top 100 // AP All-State Honorable Mention // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 100 // SportsFest All-Star Game

PERSONAL

Born December 5, 1990 // Son of Lee and Tonya Booker // Sports Studies major // Hails from South Bend, Indiana // Resides in Brenneman Hall

GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2009-10

VS. PTS REB AST STL BLK IU South Bend 4 1 0 1 0 Judson 7 4 2 0 0 Holy Cross 2 6 0 1 0 Judson 3 0 1 1 0 Trinity International 4 1 0 0 0 Grace 0 0 1 1 0 Indiana Wesleyan 2 1 1 0 0 Goshen 0 1 0 1 0 Holy Cross 4 3 0 2 0 Kuyper 8 5 1 1 0 Concordia Mich. 12 1 0 3 0 Bethel Tenn. 13 1 1 2 0

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 4-4 8-1.6 4-2 6-1.0 2-7 0-1.8 9-4 13-1.6 2-4 6-1.2 1-9 10-5.0 3-12 15-2.5 3-9 12-2.0 7-4 11-2.2

PF AST 14 5 10 10 6 12 13 18 6 6 1 6 13 11 10 16 4 7

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 6 0 13 38-7.6 9 0 8 41-6.8 6 0 10 39-7.8 10 0 14 80-10.0 3 0 7 16-3.2 2 2 4 33-16.5 14 1 11 43-7.2 7 1 8 29-4.8 7 0 11 17-3.4


ELEVATE

LANDON BOOKER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 35-0 28-25 22-21 85-46

MIN-AVG 549-15.7 772-27.6 516-23.5 1837-21.6

FG-FGA 53-124 75-198 83-184 211-506

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .427 14-46 .304 .379 17-50 .340 .451 6-22 .273 .417 37-118 .314

LANDON BOOKER’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 16-0 13-12 15-14 44-26

MIN-AVG 265-16.6 378-29.1 375-25.0 1018-23.1

FG-FGA 20-51 35-92 65-140 120-283

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .392 6-21 .286 .380 9-21 .429 .464 5-15 .333 .424 20-57 .351

LANDON BOOKER’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney NAIA Tourney

Lindsey Wilson Cedarville Northwood Fla. Spring Arbor Huntington Marian Indiana Tech Taylor St. Francis Ind. Grace Indiana Wesleyan Goshen Spring Arbor Huntington Marian IU South Bend Taylor St. Francis Ind. Marian Spring Arbor Indiana Wesleyan Friends Embry-Riddle

2010-11

G-GS 4-0 2-0 6-0

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

MIN-AVG 66-16.5 9-4.5 75-12.5

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

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

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 5-16 .312 2-5 .400 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 5-17 .294 2-6 .333

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

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

VS. PTS REB AST STL BLK IU South Bend 3 0 1 1 0 Holy Cross 2 1 0 0 0 Pikeville 7 2 0 0 0 Rio Grande 6 0 3 2 0 Olivet Nazarene 10 6 4 3 0 Cardinal Stritch 2 0 0 0 0 Concordia Mich. 5 2 3 1 0 Great Lakes Christian 11 3 0 1 0 Aquinas 6 3 2 1 0 St. Francis Ind. 10 3 4 3 0 Grace 10 1 1 2 0 Indiana Wesleyan 19 3 1 1 0 IU South Bend 0 2 0 1 0 Holy Cross 4 2 3 0 0 IU East 12 3 3 5 0 Webber International 10 2 1 1 0 Florida Memorial 10 1 0 1 0

Goshen Spring Arbor Huntington Marian Taylor St. Francis Ind. Grace Indiana Wesleyan Goshen Taylor Indiana Wesleyan

2011-12

VS. Holy Cross Aquinas Kuyper Indiana Dabney Concordia Mich. Judson PU Calumet Spring Arbor Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Marian Grace Indiana Wesleyan Huntington Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Huntington Indiana Wesleyan Grace

4 2 11 7 4 0 12 6 4 3 10

FT-FTA 26-41 23-42 48-74 97-157

PCT. .634 .548 .649 .618

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 23-36 59-1.7 23-27 50-1.8 19-17 46-2.1 65-90 155-1.8

FT-FTA 10-13 13-25 23-38 46-76

PCT. .769 .520 .605 .605

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 8-15 23-1.4 10-12 22-1.7 15-20 35-2.3 33-47 80-1.8

PF AST 17 16 25 18 27 52 69 86

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 0 0 18 56-3.5 18 0 30 92-7.1 30 3 35 158-10.5 48 3 83 306-7.0

FT-FTA PCT. 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 2-3 .667

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 4-4 8-2.0 0-1 1-0.5 4-5 9-1.5

PF AST 5 6 0 1 5 7

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 3 0 5 14-3.5 0 0 0 0-0.0 3 0 5 14-2.3

3 2 2 1 4 1 0 1 1 1 1

0 2 0 0 1 0 5 2 2 0 5

5 2 3 3 3 1 3 2 2 0 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS REB AST STL BLK 4 2 1 1 0 13 0 1 4 0 2 1 2 1 0 7 3 1 5 0 9 3 2 2 1 17 2 0 6 0 10 0 6 3 0 8 6 6 4 1 13 2 5 4 0 2 1 2 3 1 0 1 3 1 0 5 2 2 1 0 24 1 7 2 0 10 4 4 1 0 11 2 6 2 0 27 2 1 4 0 10 1 3 3 0 4 6 3 2 1 18 2 1 2 0 11 2 6 4 0 13 2 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 0

PF AST TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 48 28 35 0 36 146-4.2 59 43 49 0 52 190-6.8 39 65 37 4 57 220-10.0 146 136 121 4 145 556-6.5

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. JUDSON

NOVEMBER 18, 2011 Booker upstaged his counterpart Landon Skinner from Judson, going for 17 points, including 7-for-10 from the charity stripe to help the Pilots come away with a road victory. He also tallied a career-high 6 steals in only 19 minutes of playing time.

VS. INDIANA WESLEYAN

JANUARY 14, 2012 Booker provided the spark the Pilots needed to upset the No. 14 Wildcats on the road, netting a game-high 24 points on 10-of-15 shooting. Booker also dished out a careerhigh 7 assists and tallied 2 steals on the day to help the Pilots to the victory.

VS. GOSHEN

JANUARY 24, 2012 Ten days later, Booker continued his fine play with a career-high 27 points on 10-of16 shooting, including 7-of-9 from the free throw line. He also managed to tally 4 steals despite seeing the court for only 23 minutes due to foul trouble.

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MATT

SCHAUSS BETHEL

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 21 2x, last vs. Grace (2/14/12) REBOUNDS��������������������������������������������������������� 8 vs. Grace (2/14/12) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 6 vs. Cardinal Stritch (12/10/11) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 4 vs. Indiana Wesleyan (1/14/12) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 2 vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/3/12) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 48 vs. Grace (2/14/12) FG MADE������������������������������������������������������������ 8 4x, last vs. Grace (2/14/12) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 18 3x, last vs. Grace (2/14/12) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 3 3x, last vs. Grace (2/14/12) 3-PT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������ 6 3x, last vs. Grace (2/14/12) FT MADE������������������������������������������������������������� 8 2x, last vs. Grace (1/10//12) FT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 12 vs. Grace (1/10/12) MATT SCHAUSS VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 2-1 Grace 2-2 Huntington 2-1 Indiana Wesleyan 2-1 Marian 2-2 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 2-2 Saint Francis 2-2 Spring Arbor 2-1 Taylor 2-2

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MIN-AVG 52-26.0 74-37.0 55-27.5 58-29.0 44-22.0 56-28.0 58-29.0 52-26.0 45-22.5

2011-12 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 30 games, starting 26 // Averaged 12.2 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 2.6 assists // Led the team in assists // Finished second on the team in scoring and minutes played // Scored a career-high 21 points in two games // Scored in double figures in 21 games // Scored in double figures in 9 of his first 11 games // Dished out a career-high 6 assists against Cardinal Stritch (Dec. 10) // Pulled down a career-high 8 rebounds against Grace (Feb. 14) // Tallied a careerhigh 4 steals against Indiana Wesleyan (Jan. 14) // Played a career-high 48 minutes against Grace (Feb. 14) // Hit a buzzerbeater to beat Aquinas on Nov. 8 // Ranked 19th in the conference in scoring per game (12.28) // Ranked 20th in the conference in total scoring (356) // Ranked 13th in the conference in steals per game (1.07) // Ranked 17th in the conference in total steals (31) // Ranked 11th in the conference in assists per game (2.55) // Ranked 13th in the conference in total assists (74)

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 21.7 points and 6.2 rebounds per game at Centerville High School // Over 1,000 career points // TEC Player of the Year // First Team All-TEC // IBCA AllState Honorable Mention // AP All-State Honorable Mention // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 60 // A Coach’s Journey Top 50 // Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic // IBCA Academic All-State Honorable Mention // Indiana East-West All-Star Game // Hoosiers Reunion All-Star Classic

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 8-28 .286 1-3 .333 11-29 .379 4-9 .444 14-24 .583 3-5 .600 9-23 .391 2-9 .222 3-15 .200 0-3 .000 8-25 .320 1-3 .333 5-24 .208 0-2 .000 10-20 .500 1-2 .500 6-19 .316 0-6 .000

FT-FTA PCT. 5-9 .556 10-18 .556 4-7 .571 7-10 .700 5-6 .833 4-4 1.000 7-10 .700 3-5 .600 1-2 .500

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SOPHOMORE* // GUARD // 6-4 // 175 GREENS FORK, IND. // CENTERVILLE HS PERSONAL Born September 24, 1992 // Son of Rick and Beth Schauss // Brother of Drew Schauss // Exercise Science major // Hails from Greens Fork, Indiana // Resides in Brenneman Hall

GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2011-12

VS. Holy Cross Aquinas Kuyper Indiana Dabney Concordia Mich. Judson PU Calumet Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor IU South Bend Holy Cross Cardinal Stritch Edward Waters Northwood Fla. Mt. Vernon Naz. Saint Francis Ind. Marian Grace Indiana Wesleyan Huntington Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor Mt. Vernon Naz. Saint Francis Ind. Huntington Indiana Wesleyan Grace Marian

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 4-4 8-4.0 3-10 13-6.5 0-9 9-4.5 0-7 7-3.5 0-3 3-1.5 3-3 6-3.0 1-5 6-3.0 1-7 8-4.0 3-7 10-5.0

PTS REB AST STL BLK 14 5 1 2 0 17 3 3 2 0 15 4 2 2 0 6 3 5 2 0 15 6 3 1 0 12 4 4 0 0 16 4 3 2 0 14 3 3 2 0 13 6 3 1 0 5 4 2 1 0 13 3 4 3 0 5 0 3 1 0 21 3 6 0 1 8 2 1 0 0 14 2 3 2 0 4 2 3 0 2 6 2 0 0 0 11 2 2 1 0 15 5 0 0 0 16 5 2 4 0 15 3 3 0 0 10 5 2 0 0 9 2 3 1 0 8 6 3 1 0 17 4 0 2 0 11 4 2 0 1 20 6 2 1 1 11 2 5 0 0 21 8 5 2 0 0 1 1 0 0

PF AST 4 6 8 5 6 5 4 7 6 3 3 3 1 2 5 5 8 5

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 2 9 2 22-11.0 8 0 2 26-18.0 7 1 1 35-17.5 6 0 4 27-13.5 5 0 1 11-5.5 3 2 2 21-10.5 5 1 0 17-8.5 9 0 2 23-11.5 2 9 2 13-6.5


ELEVATE

MATT SCHAUSS’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2011-12

G-GS 30-26 30-26

MIN-AVG 844-28.1 844-28.1

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 127-335 .380 24-77 .312 127-335 .380 24-77 .312

MATT SCHAUSS’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2011-12

G-GS 18-14 18-14

MIN-AVG 503-27.9 503-27.9

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 74-207 .357 12-42 .286 74-207 .357 12-42 .286

MATT SCHAUSS’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney

G-GS - -

MIN-AVG - -

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. - - - - - - - -

FT-FTA PCT. 84-119 .706 84-119 .706

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 18-91 109-3.6 18-91 109-3.6

PF AST 69 79 69 79

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 95 5 33 362-12.2 95 5 33 362-12.2

FT-FTA PCT. 46-71 .648 46-71 .648

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 15-55 70-3.9 15-55 70-3.9

PF AST 45 41 45 41

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 47 4 16 206-11.4 47 4 16 206-11.4

FT-FTA PCT. - - - -

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG - - - -

PF AST - - - -

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG - - - - - - -

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. CARDINAL STRITCH

DECEMBER 10, 2011 Schauss eclipsed the 20-point plateau for the first time in his career, scoring 21 points on 8-of-14 shooting, including 3 three-pointers. He also dished out a career-high 6 assists in the effort and pulled down 3 rebounds.

VS. INDIANA WESLEYAN

JANUARY 14, 2012 Schauss filled up the stat sheet against the Wildcats, scoring 16 points on 5-of-11 from the field. He added 5 rebounds, 2 assists, and 4 steals in the upset win on the road.

VS. GRACE

FEBRUARY 14, 2012 In the double overtime thriller, Schauss played 48 of the 50 minutes and had a career night with 21 points on 8-of-18 from the field, 3-of-6 from long range, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals, including the gametying basket in regulation to send it to the extra stanzas.

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

TAYLOR

KOLBUS BETHEL

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 18 2x, last vs. Marian (2/12/11) REBOUNDS������������������������������������������������������ 10 vs. Spring Arbor (2/5/11) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 3 vs. Aquinas (11/19/10) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 2 vs. Concordia Mich. (11/15/11) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 2 vs. Marian (2/12/11) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 38 vs. Marian (2/12/11) FG MADE������������������������������������������������������������ 8 2x, last vs. Marian (2/12/11) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 19 vs. Marian (2/12/11) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 0 3-PT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������ 2 vs. Rio Grande (11/6/10) FT MADE������������������������������������������������������������� 5 vs. IU South Bend (10/30/10) FT ATT.���������������������������������������������������������������� 5 vs. IU South Bend (10/30/10) TAYLOR KOLBUS VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 4-1 Grace 3-0 Huntington 4-1 Indiana Wesleyan 4-1 Marian 4-1 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 2-0 Saint Francis 4-0 Spring Arbor 4-1 Taylor 4-2

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MIN-AVG 71-17.8 16-5.3 34-8.5 31-7.8 58-14.5 10-5.0 34-8.5 51-12.8 57-14.3

2010-11 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 31 games, starting 6 // Averaged 4.4 points and 3.2 rebounds per game // Averaged 12.2 points and 6.3 rebounds as a starter // Scored a careerhigh 18 points in two games // Scored in double figures in four games // Notched a double-double against Spring Arbor (Feb. 5) // Dished out a career-high 3 assists against Aquinas (Nov. 19) // Pulled down a careerhigh 10 rebounds against Spring Arbor (Feb. 5) // Tallied a career-high 2 blocks against Marian (Feb. 12) // Played a career-high 38 minutes against Marian (Feb. 12) // Went 5-for-5 from the charity stripe against IU South Bend in his debut (Oct. 30) 2011-12 AS A SOPHOMORE Appeared in 28 games, starting 6 // Averaged 3.6 points and 2.4 rebounds per game // Scored a season-high 14 points against Holy Cross (Dec. 9) // Scored in double figures in four games // Pulled down a seasonhigh 9 rebounds against Holy Cross (Nov. 2) // Tallied a career-high 2 steals against Concordia (Nov. 15) // Earned the team’s Mental Attitude award

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds at Goshen High School // First Team All-NLC // IBCA Academic All-State // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 100 // NLC-NIC All-Star Game // SportsFest All-Star Game // Elkhart Truth First Team

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 13-21 .619 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-9 .222 0-0 .000 4-11 36.4 0-0 .000 10-23 .435 0-0 .000 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 7-18 .389 0-1 .000 7-15 .467 0-0 .000

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

PCT. .600 .500 .500 .500 1.000 .500 1.000 .667 .000

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JUNIOR** // CENTER // 6-7 // 206 GOSHEN, IND. // GOSHEN HS PERSONAL Born February 5, 1992 // Son of James and Dana Kolbus // Engineering major // Hails from Goshen, Indiana // Resides in Logan Village

GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2010-11

VS. PTS REB AST STL BLK IU South Bend 9 4 1 0 0 Holy Cross 0 3 0 0 0 Pikeville 6 1 1 0 0 Rio Grande 4 0 0 0 0 Olivet Nazarene 2 5 1 1 0 Cardinal Stritch 6 3 0 0 0 Concordia Mich. 2 2 0 0 0 Great Lakes Christian 7 8 1 0 0 Aquinas 0 0 1 0 0 St. Francis Ind. 2 2 0 0 0 Grace 2 1 0 0 0 Indiana Wesleyan 0 0 0 0 0 IU South Bend 4 8 0 0 1 Holy Cross 6 3 0 0 0 IU East 0 2 0 0 0 Webber International 2 4 0 0 0 Florida Memorial 0 1 0 0 0 Goshen 6 3 0 0 0 Spring Arbor 0 0 0 0 0 Huntington 0 0 0 0 0 Marian 0 0 0 0 0 Taylor 0 2 1 0 0 St. Francis Ind. 4 4 0 0 1 Grace 0 2 0 0 0 Indiana Wesleyan 0 1 0 0 0 Goshen 18 8 0 0 1 Spring Arbor 13 10 2 0 0 Huntington 5 7 0 0 1 Marian 18 9 0 1 2 Taylor 8 3 0 0 0 Indiana Wesleyan 11 1 1 0 0

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 5-10 15-3.8 2-2 4-1.3 3-5 8-2.0 1-1 2-0.5 3-9 12-3.0 2-1 3-1.5 2-7 9-2.3 6-6 12-3.0 2-10 12-3.0

PF AST 8 0 2 0 4 0 5 1 9 1 1 1 2 0 4 3 7 2

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 7 1 1 29-7.3 2 0 1 2-0.7 2 1 0 5-1.3 3 0 0 11-2.8 4 2 1 22-5.5 1 0 1 7-3.5 0 1 0 6-1.5 3 0 0 16-4.0 6 0 1 14-3.5


ELEVATE

TAYLOR KOLBUS’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 31-6 28-6 59-12

MIN-AVG 385-12.4 279-10.0 664-11.3

FG-FGA 53-121 41-88 94-209

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .438 0-4 .000 .466 0-0 .000 .450 0-4 .000

TAYLOR KOLBUS’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 16-5 16-1 32-6

MIN-AVG 219-13.7 124-7.8 343-10.7

FG-FGA 33-73 10-25 43-98

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .452 0-1 .000 .400 0-0 .000 .439 0-1 .000

TAYLOR KOLBUS’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney

2011-12

VS. Holy Cross Aquinas Kuyper Indiana Dabney Concordia Mich. Judson PU Calumet Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor IU South Bend Holy Cross Cardinal Stritch

G-GS 1-1 1-1

MIN-AVG 27-27.0 27-27.0

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 4-10 .400 0-0 .000 4-10 .400 0-0 .000

PTS REB AST STL BLK 9 9 0 0 0 4 2 1 0 0 12 2 1 0 0 12 6 0 0 0 4 2 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 10 2 1 0 0 14 7 0 0 0 5 4 0 0 0

Edward Waters Northwood Fla. Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Marian Grace Indiana Wesleyan Huntington Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Huntington Marian

6 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 6 4 0 0 2

FT-FTA 29-40 19-27 48-67

PCT. .725 .704 .716

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 36-62 98-3.2 20-47 67-2.4 56-109 165-2.8

PF AST 45 11 43 7 88 18

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 32 6 4 135-4.4 22 1 5 101-3.6 54 7 9 236-4.0

FT-FTA 10-17 5-9 15-26

PCT. .588 .556 .577

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 20-32 52-3.3 6-20 26-1.6 26-52 78-2.4

PF AST 24 3 16 3 40 6

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 18 5 2 76-4.8 9 0 3 25-1.6 27 5 5 101-3.2

FT-FTA PCT. 3-4 .750 3-4 .750

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 0-1 1-1.0 0-1 1-1.0

PF AST 2 1 2 1

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 2 0 0 11-11.0 2 0 0 11-11.0

1 3 3 3 1 1 0 1 0 2 6 0 0 0 2

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

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

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

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. GOSHEN

FEBRUARY 3, 2011 Starting for the first time, Kolbus dominated in his 35 minutes played, posting a careerhigh 18 points on 8-of-12 from the field, and 8 rebounds. Kolbus also added a block and a steal in the effort.

VS. SPRING ARBOR

FEBRUARY 5, 2011 Kolbus continued his strong play late in the season, notching his first career doubledouble with 13 points and a career-high 10 rebounds, to go with 2 assists in a team-high 37 minutes played.

VS. MARIAN

FEBRUARY 12, 2011 Matching his career-high of 18 points, Kolbus also finished with 9 rebounds and played a career-high 38 minutes, while making 8-of19 field goal attempts. He added a careerhigh 2 blocks in the win.

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

ZACH

MILLER

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SOPHOMORE* // GUARD // 6-1 // 165 CONNERSVILLE, IND. // CONNERSVILLE HS BETHEL

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 22 2x, last vs. Grace (1/10/12) REBOUNDS��������������������������������������������������������� 5 2x, last vs. Grace (2/14/12) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 4 3x, last vs. St. Francis Ind. (2/4/12) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 5 vs. Goshen (11/30/11) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 2 2x, last vs. Marian (2/18/12) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 48 vs. Grace (2/14/12) FG MADE������������������������������������������������������������ 7 3x, last vs. Grace (1/10/12) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 16 vs. Goshen (11/30/11) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 5 3x, last vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/31/12) 3-PT ATT.��������������������������������������������������������� 11 vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/31/12) FT MADE���������������������������������������������������������� 10 vs. Huntington (2/7/12) FT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 13 vs. Huntington (2/7/12) ZACH MILLER VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 2-2 Grace 2-2 Huntington 2-2 Indiana Wesleyan 2-2 Marian 2-2 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 2-2 Saint Francis 2-2 Spring Arbor 2-1 Taylor 2-2

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MIN-AVG 66-33.0 80-40.0 57-28.5 71-35.5 59-29.5 66-33.0 64-32.0 51-25.5 61-30.5

2011-12 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 30 games, starting 21 // Averaged 13.7 points, 2.1 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game // Led the team in scoring and minutes played // Scored a career-high 22 points against Edward Waters (Dec. 16) // Scored in double figures in 24 games // Scored in double figures the last 20 games of the season // Dished out a career-high 4 assists in three games // Pulled down a career-high 5 rebounds in two games // Tallied a career-high 5 steals against Goshen (Nov. 30) // Played a career-high 48 minutes against Grace (Feb. 14) // Ranked 4th in the nation and 1st in the conference in free throw percentage (.873) // Ranked 13th in the nation and 1st in the conference in 3-point field goal percentage (.438) // Ranked 30th in nation and 3rd in the conference in 3-pointers made per game (2.552) // Ranked 40th in nation and 4th in the conference in total 3-pointers made (74) // Ranked 14th in the conference in scoring per game (13.76) // Ranked 18th in the conference in total scoring (399) // Ranked 20th in the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.28) // Named Conference Newcomer of the Year, All-Conference Newcomer Team, and Third Team All-Conference // Finished 7th in program history for single season free throw percentage (.873)

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 18.9 points and 2.6 assists per game at Connersville High School // Shot 42.4% from the three-point line // Over 1,000 career points // News Examiner Best

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 8-25 .320 3-11 .273 11-23 .478 6-11 .545 10-17 .588 8-13 .615 9-17 .529 5-11 .455 8-20 .400 7-13 .538 13-26 .500 9-18 .500 9-22 .409 5-11 .455 5-14 .357 3-9 .333 5-14 .357 3-8 .375

FT-FTA PCT. 13-14 .929 8-9 .889 13-16 .813 9-10 .900 3-3 1.000 4-4 1.000 5-6 .833 3-5 .600 12-13 .923

Performance of the Year // Rick Bolus Top 50: Best of the Rest // IBCA All-State Honorable Mention // AP All-State Honorable Mention // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 60 // Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic // IBCA First Team Academic All-State // Indiana East-West All-Star Game // Hoosiers Reunion All-Star Classic

PERSONAL

Born March 26, 1993 // Son of JD and Lisa Miller // Economics major // Hails from Connersville, Indiana // Resides in Brenneman Hall

GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2011-12

VS. Holy Cross Aquinas Kuyper Indiana Dabney Concordia Mich. Judson PU Calumet Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor IU South Bend Holy Cross Cardinal Stritch Edward Waters Northwood Fla. Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Marian Grace Indiana Wesleyan Huntington Spring Arbor

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 1-5 6-3.0 2-8 10-5.0 0-4 4-2.0 1-0 1-0.5 2-6 8-4.0 1-1 2-1.0 0-1 1-0.5 1-2 3-1.5 1-3 4-2.0

PTS REB AST STL BLK 4 2 3 1 0 19 1 0 1 0 12 3 4 2 0 13 3 0 1 0 6 4 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 8 3 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 20 2 0 5 2 9 3 1 0 0 12 2 0 0 0 11 3 0 0 0 14 1 3 1 1 22 1 2 2 0 14 2 0 0 0 19 2 1 1 0 17 0 1 1 0 12 4 1 0 0 22 5 2 0 0 16 0 1 2 0 20 2 1 1 0 13 3 2 1 0

PF AST 5 2 3 4 1 4 4 4 3 3 7 5 4 5 1 2 2 2

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 13 11 6 32-16.0 4 1 2 36-18.0 2 0 2 41-20.5 4 0 2 32-16.0 2 2 0 26-13.0 2 0 4 39-19.5 4 1 1 28-14.0 0 0 1 16-8.0 3 0 0 25-12.5


ELEVATE

ZACH MILLER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2011-12

G-GS 30-21 30-21

MIN-AVG 892-29.7 892-29.7

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 123-286 .430 77-175 .440 123-286 .430 77-175 .440

ZACH MILLER’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2011-12

G-GS 18-17 18-17

MIN-AVG 600-33.3 600-33.3

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 78-178 .438 49-105 .467 78-178 .438 49-105 .467

ZACH MILLER’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney

Goshen Taylor Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Huntington Indiana Wesleyan Grace Marian

G-GS - -

12 16 20 11 21 16 15 14

MIN-AVG - -

4 1 0 1 2 1 5 4

2 1 4 4 3 3 2 2

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. - - - - - - - -

1 0 3 0 1 0 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

FT-FTA PCT. 89-102 .873 89-102 .873

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 17-47 64-2.1 17-47 64-2.1

PF AST 42 46 42 46

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 37 7 28 412-13.7 37 7 28 412-13.7

FT-FTA PCT. 70-80 .875 70-80 .875

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 9-30 39-2.2 9-30 39-2.2

PF AST 30 31 30 31

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 25 6 18 275-15.3 25 6 18 275-15.3

FT-FTA PCT. - - - -

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG - - - -

PF AST - - - -

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG - - - - - - -

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. AQUINAS

NOVEMBER 8, 2011 In just his second collegiate game, Miller tickled the twine early and often, helping the Pilots overcome a 17-point second half lead to score the victory. Miller finished with 19 points on 6-of10 from the field, including 5-of-7 from behind the arc.

VS. GOSHEN

NOVEMBER 30, 2011 Miller scored 20 points for the first time in his career, including a perfect 9-for-9 from the free throw line against the Maple Leafs. He also added a career-high 5 steals and 2 blocks in the effort.

VS. GRACE

JANUARY 10, 2012 Miller scored a career-high 22 points on 7-of-13 shooting, including 3-of-5 from the three-point line and 5-of-5 from the line. He also pulled down a career-high 5 rebounds in 32 minutes of action.

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BRANDON

GERBER BETHEL

2010-11 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 9 games, starting 3 // Averaged 3.2 points and 1.1 rebounds per game // Notched a season-high 9 points and 5 rebounds against Huntington (Feb. 8) // Had a career game against Marian (Feb. 12) in his first start, notching career-highs in blocks, minutes played, and field goals attempted

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 13 vs. Indiana Wesleyan (2/11/12) REBOUNDS��������������������������������������������������������� 8 2x, last vs. Grace (2/14/12) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 6 vs. Grace (2/14/12) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 5 vs. Kuyper (11/11/11) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 2 vs. Marian (2/12/11) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 35 vs. Marian (2/12/11) FG MADE������������������������������������������������������������ 3 4x, last vs. Goshen (1/24/12) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 11 2x, last vs. Indiana Dabney (11/12/12) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 3 2x, last vs. Marian (2/18/12) 3-PT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������ 6 vs. Indiana Dabney (11/12/12) FT MADE������������������������������������������������������������� 5 vs. Huntington (2/8/11) FT ATT.���������������������������������������������������������������� 7 vs. Huntington (2/8/11) BRANDON GERBER VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 2-1 Grace 2-1 Huntington 3-2 Indiana Wesleyan 3-3 Marian 3-2 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 2-1 Saint Francis 2-0 Spring Arbor 2-1 Taylor 2-1

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MIN-AVG 17-8.5 48-24.0 63-21.0 63-21.0 70-23.3 26-13.0 19-9.5 23-11.5 37-18.5

2011-12 AS A SOPHOMORE Appeared in 26 games, starting 19 // Averaged 4.0 points and 3.4 rebounds per game // Scored a career-high 13 points against Indiana Wesleyan (Feb. 11) // Scored in double figures three times // Dished out a career-high 6 assists against Grace (Feb. 14) // Pulled down a career-high 8 rebounds in two games // Tallied a career-high 5 steals against Kuyper (Nov. 11)

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 13 points, 12 rebounds, and 3 assists at Norwell High School // First Team All-NHC // IBCA Academic All-State Honorable Mention // Nancy Rehm Border Wars All-Star Classic // Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Second Team

PERSONAL

Born February 27, 1992 // Son of Todd and Michelle Gerber // Business Administration major // Hails from Markle, Indiana // Resides in Brenneman Hall

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 3-4 .750 1-1 1.000 2-11 .182 1-3 .333 8-21 .381 1-3 .333 6-13 .462 3-9 .333 6-22 .273 4-8 .500 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 2-6 .333 0-2 .000 2-7 .286 2-3 .667

FT-FTA PCT. 3-6 .500 3-5 .600 5-7 .714 2-10 .200 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 1-1 1.000 2-4 .500

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JUNIOR** // FORWARD // 6-5 // 178 MARKLE, IND. // NORWELL HS GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2010-11

VS. PTS REB AST STL BLK Great Lakes Christian 1 0 3 0 0 IU South Bend 0 0 0 0 1 Holy Cross 2 1 0 0 0 Goshen 0 0 0 0 0 Spring Arbor 3 0 0 0 0 Huntington 9 5 1 1 0 Marian 6 1 0 2 2 Taylor 8 3 2 1 0 Indiana Wesleyan 0 0 0 0 0

2011-12

VS. Holy Cross Aquinas Kuyper Indiana Dabney Concordia Mich. Judson IU South Bend Holy Cross Cardinal Stritch Edward Waters Northwood Fla. Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Marian Grace Indiana Wesleyan Huntington Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Huntington Indiana Wesleyan Grace Marian

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 0-2 2-1.0 7-5 12-6.0 4-6 10-3.3 1-4 5-1.7 4-3 7-2.3 3-4 7-3.5 0-2 2-1.0 0-1 1-0.5 2-1 3-1.5

PTS REB AST STL BLK 6 8 1 1 0 8 7 2 1 0 11 7 2 5 0 6 7 4 4 1 0 4 4 0 1 2 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 5 2 0 0 4 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 7 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 4 5 1 0 0 8 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 5 4 3 0 0 13 0 4 0 0 7 8 6 1 0 9 4 2 0 0

PF AST 0 0 6 7 7 5 8 5 7 3 5 5 3 0 3 1 4 2

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 4 0 0 10-5.0 2 0 1 8-4.0 1 0 2 22-7.3 4 0 0 17-5.7 7 2 2 17-5.7 3 0 0 2-1.0 3 1 1 1-0.5 1 1 0 5-2.5 5 0 1 8-4.0


ELEVATE

BRANDON GERBER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 9-3 26-19 35-22

MIN-AVG 127-14.1 487-18.7 614-17.5

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 8-37 .216 3-14 .214 36-122 .295 12-35 .353 44-159 .277 15-49 .306

BRANDON GERBER’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 5-2 15-9 20-11

MIN-AVG 92-18.4 258-17.2 350-17.5

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 7-28 .250 3-9 .333 23-62 .371 9-17 .529 30-90 .333 12-26 .462

BRANDON GERBER’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney

G-GS 1-1 1-1

MIN-AVG 22-22.0 22-22.0

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 0-4 .000 0-3 .000 0-4 .000 0-3 .000

FT-FTA PCT. 10-18 .556 20-42 .476 30-60 .500

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 7-3 10-1.1 33-56 89-3.4 40-59 99-2.8

PF AST 12 6 51 44 63 50

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 9 3 4 29-3.2 36 4 17 104-4.0 45 7 21 133-3.8

FT-FTA PCT. 9-14 .643 9-23 .391 18-37 .486

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 6-3 9-1.8 15-25 40-2.7 21-28 49-2.5

PF AST 10 3 32 25 42 28

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 9 2 4 26-5.2 21 2 3 64-4.3 30 4 7 90-4.5

FT-FTA PCT. 0-2 .000 0-2 .000

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 0-0.0

PF AST 1 0 1 0

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 0 0 0 0-0.0 0 0 0 0-0.0

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. KUYPER

NOVEMBER 11, 2011 Gerber stuffed the stat sheet against Kuyper, scoring 11 points on 4-of-8 shooting. He also pulled down 7 rebounds, dished out 2 assists, and tallied a career-high 5 steals in only 19 minues of action.

VS. INDIANA WESLEYAN

FEBRUARY 11, 2012 Gerber scored a career-high 13 points against the Wildcats, on 4-of-6 from the field, including 3-of-5 from distance, and dished out 4 assists in the effort.

VS. GRACE

FEBRUARY 14, 2012 Despite only scoring 7 points, Gerber made his presence felt in other areas, pulling down a career-high 8 rebounds and dishing out a career-high 6 assists before fouling out in the double overtime heartbreak.

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

MICHAEL

MISLAN BETHEL

2010-11 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 28 games // Averaged 1.9 points and 1.9 rebounds per game // Scored a season-high 8 points against Huntington (Feb. 8) // Pulled down a season-high 6 rebounds against Goshen (Feb. 3) in only 8 minutes of playing time // Played a seasonhigh 21 minutes against Cardinal Stritch (Nov. 13) and added 6 points and 4 rebounds

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 20 vs. Grace (2/14/12) REBOUNDS������������������������������������������������������ 12 vs. Huntington (1/17/12) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 3 2x, last vs. Goshen (11/30/11) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 2 2x, last vs. Huntington (1/17/12) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 2 vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/3/12) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 29 vs. Marian (2/18/12) FG MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 10 vs. Grace (2/14/12) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 16 vs. Grace (2/14/12) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 1 vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/31/12) 3-PT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������ 1 3x, last vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/31/12) FT MADE������������������������������������������������������������� 4 vs. Marian (2/18/12) FT ATT.���������������������������������������������������������������� 6 vs. Marian (2/18/12) MICHAEL MISLAN VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 3-0 Grace 4-0 Huntington 4-0 Indiana Wesleyan 5-0 Marian 4-0 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 2-0 Saint Francis 3-0 Spring Arbor 3-0 Taylor 4-0

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MIN-AVG 44-14.7 50-12.5 70-17.5 49-9.8 69-17.3 28-14.0 23-7.7 41-13.7 50-12.5

2011-12 AS A SOPHOMORE Appeared in 28 games, starting 3 // Averaged 4.6 points and 3.7 rebounds per game // Led team in field goal percentage // Scored a career-high 20 points against Grace (Feb. 14) // Scored in double figures in three games // Dished out a career-high 3 assists in two games // Pulled down a career-high 12 rebounds against Huntington (Jan. 17) // Tallied a career-high 2 steals in two games // Tallied a career-high 2 blocks against Mt. Vernon Nazarene // Played a careerhigh 29 minutes against Marian (Feb. 18) // Averaged 9.0 points and 10.5 rebounds against Huntington

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 9 points and 6 rebounds at Roncalli High School // Third Team All-Marian County // Eric Gordon Super Shootout All-Star Game

PERSONAL

Born November 11, 1991 // Son of Mike and Beth Mislan // Accounting major // Hails from Indianapolis, Indiana // Resides in Brenneman Hall

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 2-6 .333 0-1 .000 12-19 .632 0-0 .000 13-20 .650 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 3-13 .231 0-0 .000 6-8 .750 1-1 1.000 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 5-10 .500 0-0 .000 4-11 .364 0-0 .000

FT-FTA PCT. 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 2-5 .400 4-6 .667 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000

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JUNIOR** // CENTER // 6-8 // 203 INDIANAPOLIS, IND. // RONCALLI HS GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2010-11

VS. PTS REB AST STL BLK Holy Cross 0 2 1 0 0 Pikeville 0 1 0 0 0 Rio Grande 0 0 0 0 0 Olivet Nazarene 0 0 0 0 0 Cardinal Stritch 6 4 0 0 0 Concordia Mich. 2 2 0 0 1 Great Lakes Christian 4 2 2 1 0 Aquinas 0 0 0 0 0 Grace 4 3 0 0 0 Indiana Wesleyan 4 4 1 0 0 IU South Bend 2 1 0 0 1 Holy Cross 2 2 1 0 1 IU East 2 0 0 0 0 Webber International 2 3 0 0 0 Florida Memorial 0 1 0 0 0 Spring Arbor 0 1 0 0 1 Huntington 0 3 0 0 0 Marian 0 3 0 0 0 Taylor 2 1 0 0 0 St. Francis Ind. 2 2 0 0 0 Grace 0 0 0 1 0 Indiana Wesleyan 2 2 0 0 1 Goshen 4 6 0 0 0 Spring Arbor 4 5 0 0 0 Huntington 8 1 1 1 0 Marian 2 1 0 0 0 Taylor 2 3 0 0 0 Indiana Wesleyan 0 0 1 0 0

2011-12

VS. Holy Cross Aquinas Kuyper Indiana Dabney Concordia Mich. Judson Goshen Taylor

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 4-6 10-3.3 4-5 9-2.3 4-21 25-6.3 5-5 10-2.0 5-9 14-3.5 2-7 9-4.5 2-2 4-1.3 3-8 11-3.7 3-10 13-3.3

PTS REB AST STL BLK 8 2 0 0 1 4 5 0 1 0 8 3 3 1 0 8 2 0 0 1 2 4 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 5 0 0 0

PF AST 4 3 6 0 3 4 4 3 3 1 2 0 1 0 2 0 7 1

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 2 0 0 7-2.3 1 0 1 24-6.0 1 0 4 26-6.5 2 1 1 8-1.6 5 0 0 10-2.5 1 2 2 15-7.5 0 0 0 4-1.3 3 1 0 10-3.3 2 0 0 10-2.5


ELEVATE

MICHAEL MISLAN’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 28-0 28-3 56-3

MIN-AVG 257-9.2 430-15.4 687-12.3

FG-FGA 23-54 58-108 81-162

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .426 0-0 .000 .537 1-3 .333 .500 1-3 .333

MICHAEL MISLAN’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 14-0 17-0 31-0

MIN-AVG 145-10.4 279-16.4 424-13.7

FG-FGA 15-31 35-69 50-100

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .484 0-0 .000 .507 1-2 .500 .500 1-2 .500

MICHAEL MISLAN’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney

IU South Bend Holy Cross Cardinal Stritch Edward Waters Northwood Fla. Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Marian Grace Indiana Wesleyan

G-GS 1-0 1-0

5 9 4 0 0 10 2 2 0 0

MIN-AVG 4-4.0 4-4.0

3 9 3 1 1 5 1 6 1 4

2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000

1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

Huntington Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Huntington Indiana Wesleyan Grace Marian

8 6 2 6 5 0 10 2 20 6

FT-FTA 8-18 13-22 21-40

PCT. .444 .591 .525

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 21-32 53-1.9 27-76 103-3.7 48-108 156-2.8

PF AST 16 7 31 15 47 22

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 14 5 3 54-1.9 18 5 12 130-4.6 32 10 15 184-3.3

FT-FTA 4-8 9-13 13-21

PCT. .500 .692 .619

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 14-21 35-2.5 18-52 70-4.1 32-73 105-3.4

PF AST 10 2 22 9 32 11

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 8 2 2 34-2.4 9 2 6 80-4.7 17 4 8 114-3.7

FT-FTA PCT. 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 0-0.0

PF AST 0 1 0 1

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 0 0 0 0-0.0 0 0 0 0-0.0

12 5 2 4 4 1 9 0 5 4

1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1

2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. HUNTINGTON

JANUARY 17, 2012 The Foresters couldn’t chop Mislan down, as the big man hauled in a career-high 12 rebounds in the upset road win. He also added 8 points and a career-high 2 steals.

VS. HUNTINGTON

FEBRUARY 7, 2012 In the second meeting of the season, Mislan continued to impress against the Foresters, nearly getting a double-double wth 10 points and 9 rebounds. He also dished out 2 assists.

VS. GRACE

FEBRUARY 14, 2012 Mislan held his own against the big men from Grace, scoring a career-high 20 points on 10-of-16 shooting and kept the Pilots in the game. In 28 minutes of action, he also pulled down 5 rebounds.

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

JORDAN

BOWERMAN

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SENIOR*** // FORWARD // 6-7 // 226 LEO, IND. // LEO HS BETHEL

2009-10 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 34 games // Averaged 3.7 points and 1.9 rebounds per game // Scored a season-high 13 points against Judson (Nov. 13) // Scored in double figures in two games // Started career 16-of-20 from the free throw line // Dished out a career-high 5 assists against Trinity International Nov. 21) // Grabbed a season-high 6 rebounds in two games // Scored 7 points in the NAIA National Tournament against EmbryRiddle (Mar. 12) // Earned the team’s Most Improved Player Award

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 16 vs. IU South Bend (10/30/10) REBOUNDS������������������������������������������������������ 14 vs. St. Francis Ind. (11/23/10) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 5 vs. Trinity International (11/21/09) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 4 vs. Concordia Mich. (11/16/10) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 2 2x, last vs. Holy Cross (12/9/11) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 32 vs. Edward Waters (12/16/11) FG MADE������������������������������������������������������������ 7 vs. IU South Bend (10/30/10) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 12 vs. IU South Bend (12/6/11) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 1 vs. Edward Waters (12/16/11) 3-PT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������ 2 vs. Goshen (11/30/11) FT MADE������������������������������������������������������������� 6 vs. St. Francis Ind. (11/23/10) FT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 11 vs. Concordia Mich. (11/16/10)

2010-11 AS A SOPHOMORE Appeared in 13 games, starting 13 // Averaged 9.8 points and 5.8 rebounds per game // Finished fourth on the team in scoring average // Scored a career-high 16 points against IU South Bend (Nov. 30) // Scored in double figures in 8 games // Notched 3 double-doubles // Pulled down a career-high 14 rebounds against No. 1 St. Francis (Nov. 23) // Tallied a career-high 4 steals against Concordia (Nov. 16) // Ranked 10th in the conference in double-doubles (3) // Sidelined 18 games due to knee injury 2011-12 AS A JUNIOR Appeared in 13 games, starting 11 // Averaged 7.0 points and 4.3 rebounds per game // Finished 2nd on the team in rebounding average // Scored a season-high 15 points against Spring Arbor (Nov. 22) // Scored in double figures in 5 games // Pulled down a season-high 10 rebounds against Concordia (Nov. 15) // Tallied a career-high

JORDAN BOWERMAN VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 2-1 Grace 3-1 Huntington 2-0 Indiana Wesleyan 4-1 Marian 3-0 Mt. Vernon Nazarene - Saint Francis 3-1 Spring Arbor 4-1 Taylor 3-1

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MIN-AVG 22-11.0 44-14.7 13-6.5 50.12.5 27-9.0 - 59-19.7 35-8.8 28-9.3

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 2-6 .333 0-2 .000 6-13 .462 0-0 .000 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 6-14 .429 0-0 .000 6-10 .600 0-0 .000 - - - - 6-12 .500 0-1 .000 6-8 .750 0-0 .000 3-5 .600 0-0 .000

FT-FTA PCT. 1-3 .333 4-7 .571 1-2 .500 2-4 .500 2-4 .500 - - 9-12 .750 7-12 .583 4-4 1.000

2 blocks in two games // Sidelined 17 games due to knee injury

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 21 points and 10 rebounds at Leo High School // Shot over 61% from the floor // First Team All-ACAC // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 60 // Nancy Rehm Border Wars All-Star Classic // Fort Wayne News Sentinal All-Northeast Indiana // Five-time Fort Wayne News Sentinal Player of the Week

PERSONAL

Born November 7, 1990 // Son of Mike and Trish Bowerman // Sports Management major // Hails from Leo, Indiana // Resides in Logan Village

GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2009-10

VS. PTS REB AST STL BLK IU South Bend 2 1 0 1 0 Judson 13 3 0 0 0 Holy Cross 9 2 0 0 1 Judson 4 0 0 2 0 Trinity International 4 1 5 3 1 Grace 6 0 1 0 0 Indiana Wesleyan 4 2 0 0 1 Goshen 0 1 0 0 0 Holy Cross 5 5 0 1 0 Kuyper 5 4 3 1 0 Concordia Mich. 4 2 1 0 0 Bethel Tenn. 7 1 1 0 0 Lindsey Wilson 0 2 0 0 0 Cedarville 2 1 1 0 0 Northwood Fla. 2 1 0 0 0 Spring Arbor 2 0 0 0 0 Huntington 3 1 2 0 0 Marian 2 3 0 1 0

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 0-2 2-1.0 1-3 4-1.3 1-0 1-0.5 5-8 13-3.3 3-2 5-1.7 - - 6-16 22-7.3 0-6 6-1.5 1-5 6-2.0

PF AST 4 1 9 3 1 2 9 2 4 1 - - 7 2 4 1 6 1

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 1 2 2 5-2.5 0 0 1 16-5.3 0 0 0 7-3.5 5 1 0 14-3.5 2 2 1 14-4.7 - - - 6 1 1 21-7.0 0 0 1 19-4.8 1 0 2 10-3.3


ELEVATE

JORDAN BOWERMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 34-0 13-13 13-11 60-24

MIN-AVG 357-10.5 301-23.2 259-19.9 917-15.3

FG-FGA 42-92 46-94 34-70 122-256

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. FT-FTA .457 0-2 .000 42-61 .489 0-1 .000 36-62 .486 1-4 .250 22-33 .477 1-7 .413 100-156

JORDAN BOWERMAN’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 15-0 3-3 3-3 21-6

MIN-AVG 118-7.9 78-26.0 58-19.3 254-12.1

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 13-26 .500 0-0 .000 9-20 .450 0-1 .000 10-18 .556 0-2 .000 32-64 .500 0-3 .000

JORDAN BOWERMAN’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney NAIA Tourney

Indiana Tech Taylor St. Francis Ind. Grace Indiana Wesleyan Spring Arbor Huntington Marian IU South Bend Taylor St. Francis Ind. Marian Spring Arbor Indiana Wesleyan Friends Embry-Riddle

2010-11

VS. IU South Bend Holy Cross Pikeville Rio Grande Olivet Nazarene

G-GS 3-0 2-0 5-0

3 2 3 2 0 1 4 0 9 0 6 12 1 2 0 7

MIN-AVG 28-9.3 16-8.0 44-8.8

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

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

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 6-9 .667 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 9-13 .692 0-0 .000

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

PTS REB AST STL BLK 16 10 1 3 1 11 7 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 15 4 0 2 0 10 6 3 0 0

Cardinal Stritch 10 Concordia Mich. 12 Great Lakes Christian 11 Aquinas 7 St. Francis Ind. 12 Grace 8 Indiana Wesleyan 8 IU South Bend 8

2011-12

VS. Holy Cross Aquinas Concordia Mich. Judson PU Calumet Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor IU South Bend Holy Cross Cardinal Stritch Edward Waters Northwood Fla.

PCT. .689 .581 .667 .641

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 20-44 64-1.9 27-48 75-5.8 18-38 56-4.3 65-130 195-3.3

PF AST 51 18 37 17 33 7 121 42

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 17 7 11 126-3.7 25 3 12 128-9.8 17 6 6 91-7.0 59 16 29 345-5.8

FT-FTA PCT. 9-15 .600 10-15 .667 8-12 .667 27-42 .643

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 4-19 23-1.5 6-13 19-6.3 1-9 10-3.3 11-41 52-2.5

PF AST 18 4 12 5 10 2 40 11

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 5 3 3 35-2.3 8 0 2 28-9.3 1 2 3 28-9.3 14 5 8 91-4.3

FT-FTA PCT. 3-6 .500 1-1 1.000 4-7 .571

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 6-1 7-2.3 1-0 1-0.5 7-1 8-1.6

PF AST 4 2 4 0 8 2

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 1 1 0 15-5.0 0 0 0 7-3.5 1 1 0 22-4.4

7 12 4 3 14 2 3 2

2 2 0 2 2 2 1 0

0 4 0 0 1 1 0 1

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

PTS REB AST STL BLK 5 4 0 0 0 8 2 0 0 0 2 10 1 0 0 10 3 0 2 0 2 5 1 1 0 15 5 1 1 0 5 1 1 2 2 8 4 0 0 0 11 5 0 0 0 13 9 2 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 10 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. IU SOUTH BEND

OCTOBER 30, 2010 In his first career start, Bowerman played big with his first career double-double, scoring 16 points and pulling down 10 rebounds. He also added an assist, block, and 3 steals in the rout.

VS. CONCORDIA MICH.

NOVEMBER 16, 2010 Bowerman’s second career double-double came with 12 points and 12 rebounds in 28 minutes of action. Bowerman also added 2 assists, a block, and a career-high 4 steals in the runaway victory.

VS. ST. FRANCIS IND.

NOVEMBER 23, 2010 In the MCC opener against the nation’s No. 1 team, Bowerman went for 12 points and a career-high 14 rebounds. He played a season-high 31 minutes and made 6-of-8 from the free throw line.

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DARRELL

HOPKINS

REDSHIRT JUNIOR** // FORWARD // 6-7 // 217 MICHIGAN CITY, IND. // MICHIGAN CITY HS PERSONAL

BETHEL 2009-10 Redshirted.

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 16 vs. Florida Memorial (12/29/10) REBOUNDS������������������������������������������������������ 16 vs. Florida Memorial (12/29/10) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 1 5x, last vs. Indiana Wesleyan (1/14/12) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 2 2x, last vs. Saint Francis Ind. (2/4/12) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 4 vs. Great Lakes Christian (11/18/10) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 30 vs. Florida Memorial (12/29/10) FG MADE������������������������������������������������������������ 7 vs. Florida Memorial (12/29/10) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 13 vs. Florida Memorial (12/29/10) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 0 3-PT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������ 0 FT MADE������������������������������������������������������������� 7 vs. Kuyper (11/11/11) FT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 10 vs. Kuyper (11/11/11) DARRELL HOPKINS VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 4-0 Grace 3-1 Huntington 3-2 Indiana Wesleyan 3-1 Marian 2-1 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 2-1 Saint Francis 3-1 Spring Arbor 2-0 Taylor 3-1

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MIN-AVG 32-8.0 65-21.7 47-15.7 56-18.7 29-14.5 17-8.5 25-8.3 26-13.0 44-14.7

2010-11 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 20 games, starting 1 // Averaged 4.2 points and 4.7 rebounds per game // Scored a career-high 16 points against Florida Memorial (Dec. 29) // Scored in double figures in two games // Notched a double double against Florida Memorial (Dec. 29) // Pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds against Florida Memorial (Dec. 29) // Tallied a career-high 4 blocks against Great Lakes Christian (Nov. 18) // Played a career-high 30 minutes against Florida Memorial (Dec. 29) // Tallied 7 points and 9 rebounds in his first career start against Huntington (Jan. 8) 2011-12 AS A SOPHOMORE Appeared in 27 games, starting 7 // Averaged 3.2 points and 3.4 rebounds per game // Scored a season-high 15 points against Kuyper (Nov. 11) // Scored in double figures in two games // Pulled down a season-high 9 rebounds against Indiana Wesleyan (Feb. 11) // Tallied a career-high 2 steals in two games // Converted a career-high 7-of-10 free throws against Kuyper (Nov. 11)

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 14 points and 9 rebounds at Michigan City High School // First Team AllDAC // SportsFest All-Star Game

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 7-12 .583 0-0 .000 8-14 .571 0-0 .000 8-13 .615 0-0 .000 4-12 .333 0-0 .000 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1-6 .167 0-0 .000

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FT-FTA PCT. 1-2 .500 5-12 .417 1-3 .333 4-7 .571 2-3 .667 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 .500

Born February 17, 1991 // Son of Abe Hopkins and Regina Shelwood // Sports Studies major // Hails from Michigan City, Indiana // Resides in Logan Village

GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2010-11

VS. PTS REB AST STL BLK Pikeville 2 0 0 0 0 Rio Grande 0 0 0 0 0 Olivet Nazarene 2 1 0 0 0 Cardinal Stritch 0 0 0 0 0 Great Lakes Christian 5 5 0 0 4 St. Francis Ind. 0 0 0 0 0 IU South Bend 3 3 0 0 1 Holy Cross 6 9 0 0 1 IU East 3 3 1 0 0 Webber International 2 3 0 0 0 Florida Memorial 16 16 0 1 0 Goshen 11 8 0 0 0 Spring Arbor 2 4 0 0 0 Huntington 7 9 0 0 0 Marian 6 4 0 1 0 Taylor 2 6 0 1 1 St. Francis Ind. 0 2 0 1 0 Grace 9 6 0 0 1 Indiana Wesleyan 8 11 1 0 1 Goshen 0 3 0 1 0

2011-12

VS. Holy Cross Aquinas Kuyper Indiana Dabney Concordia Mich. Judson PU Calumet Spring Arbor Goshen

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 6-10 16-4.0 5-12 17-5.7 7-8 15-5.0 8-13 21-7.0 3-6 9-4.5 4-1 5-2.5 1-3 4-1.3 1-6 7-3.5 5-8 13-4.3

PTS REB AST STL BLK 8 5 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 15 6 0 2 2 6 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 3 0 1 0 2 3 0 0 0

PF AST 4 0 12 1 6 0 9 2 3 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 4 0

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 4 1 0 15-3.8 2 2 2 18-6.0 3 1 0 17-5.7 0 2 0 12-4.0 3 1 0 8-4.0 1 0 0 6-3.0 1 1 2 2-0.7 0 0 1 4-2.0 1 2 1 3-1.0


ELEVATE

DARRELL HOPKINS’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 20-1 27-7 47-8

MIN-AVG 259-13.0 306-11.3 565-12.0

FG-FGA 35-64 32-74 67-138

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .547 0-0 .000 .432 0-0 .000 .486 0-0 .000

DARRELL HOPKINS’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 10-1 15-7 25-8

MIN-AVG 144-14.4 203-13.5 347-13.9

FG-FGA 19-36 17-44 36-80

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .528 0-0 .000 .386 0-0 .000 .450 0-0 .000

DARRELL HOPKINS’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney

Taylor IU South Bend Holy Cross Cardinal Stritch Edward Waters Northwood Fla. Mt. Vernon Naz. Grace Indiana Wesleyan

G-GS - -

0 0 0 2 4 4 0 5 4

MIN-AVG - -

0 0 1 4 6 4 1 8 1

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. - - - - - - - -

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0

Huntington Goshen Taylor Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Huntington Indiana Wesleyan Grace Marian

0 2 1 6 2 10 0 7 2

FT-FTA 14-33 22-40 36-73

PCT. .424 .550 .493

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 28-65 93-4.7 35-57 92-3.4 63-122 185-3.9

PF AST 26 2 44 3 70 5

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 11 9 4 84-4.2 15 10 7 86-3.2 26 19 11 170-3.6

FT-FTA 7-13 9-20 16-33

PCT. .538 .450 .485

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 16-37 53-5.3 24-30 54-3.6 40-67 107-4.3

PF AST 17 1 29 1 46 2

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 7 4 2 45-4.5 7 5 4 43-2.9 14 9 6 88-3.5

FT-FTA PCT. - - - -

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG - - - -

PF AST - - - -

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG - - - - - - -

0 2 7 4 2 6 9 3 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. FLORIDA MEMORIAL

DECEMBER 29, 2010 Perphaps the biggest game from any Pilot all season long, Hopkins helped in the upset bid with career-highs of 16 points and 16 rebounds. He converted on 7-of-13 attempts from the field in a career-high 30 minutes of action.

VS. HUNTINGTON

JANUARY 8, 2011 The upstart Pilots relied heavily on Hopkins down the stretch and he responded in his first career start, scoring 7 points and pulling down 9 rebounds. He also played terrific defense against the Foresters in securing the win.

VS. KUYPER

NOVEMBER 11, 2011 Hopkins was all over the court in the TipOff Classic, scoring a season-high 15 points, including 7-of-10 from the charity stripe, against Kuyper. He added 6 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 blocks in the victory.

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RYAN

BENNER

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JUNIOR** // GUARD // 6-4 // 194 MISHAWAKA, IND. // MISHAWAKA HS BETHEL

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 23 2x, last vs. Goshen (11/30/11) REBOUNDS������������������������������������������������������ 15 vs. Goshen (2/3/11) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 5 vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/3/12) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 5 vs. Great Lakes Christian (11/18/10) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 2 3x, last vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (1/31/12) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 38 vs. Taylor (1/18/11) FG MADE������������������������������������������������������������ 9 vs. Goshen (11/30/11) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 16 2x last vs. Goshen (11/30/11) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 5 vs. Pikeville (11/5/10) 3-PT ATT.��������������������������������������������������������� 10 2x, last vs. Grace (2/14/12) FT MADE������������������������������������������������������������� 8 vs. Marian (1/11/11) FT ATT.���������������������������������������������������������������� 8 vs. Marian (1/11/11) RYAN BENNER VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 4-3 Grace 4-2 Huntington 3-1 Indiana Wesleyan 3-2 Marian 3-3 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 2-2 Saint Francis 4-3 Spring Arbor 4-2 Taylor 3-2

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MIN-AVG 107-26.8 93-23.3 53-17.7 77-25.7 64-21.3 58-29.0 100-25.0 97-24.3 81-27.9

2010-11 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 28 games, starting 16 // Averaged 9.9 points and 5.5 rebounds per game // Led underclassmen in points and rebounds // Scored a career-high 23 points against Cardinal Stritch (Nov. 13) // Scored in double figures in 14 games // Notched a double double against Cardinal Stritch (Nov. 13) // Pulled down a career-high 15 rebounds against Goshen (Feb. 3) // Tallied a career-high 5 steals against Great Lakes Christian (Nov. 18) // Played a careerhigh 38 minutes against Taylor (Jan. 18) // Named to Giovanni’s Tip-Off Classic and Pepsi Challenge All-Tournament Teams // Ranked 8th in the conference in 3-point field goal percentage (.353) // Ranked 11th in the conference in 3-pointers made per game (1.68) // Ranked 14th in the conference in total 3-pointers made (47) // Ranked 14th in the conference in steals per game (1.18) // Ranked 18th in the conference in total steals (33) // Ranked 11th in the conference in rebounds per game (5.46) // Ranked 18th in the conference in total rebounds (153) // Ranked 10th in the conference in defensive rebounds per game (4.11) // Sidelined final 3 games due to knee injury 2011-12 AS A SOPHOMORE Appeared in 27 games, starting 11 // Averaged 9.9 points and 3.5 rebounds per game // Finished 4th on the team in scoring // Scored a career-high 23 points against Goshen (Nov. 30) // Scored in double figures in 15 games // Dished out a career-high 5 assists against Mt. Vernon Nazarene (Jan. 3)

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 19-37 .514 2-11 .182 19-39 .487 7-23 .304 7-19 .368 3-11 .273 15-31 .484 7-17 .412 7-18 .389 0-3 .000 13-22 .591 7-14 .500 14-32 .438 4-15 .267 9-29 .310 4-17 .235 10-23 .435 5-12 .417

FT-FTA PCT. 6-12 .500 7-11 .636 1-2 .500 1-4 .250 10-12 .833 6-11 .545 3-5 .600 5-6 .833 5-7 .714

// Hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer against Grace to send the game into double overtime // Ranked 14th in the conference in 3-pointers made per game (1.46) // Ranked 15th in the conference in total 3-pointers made (38)

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 17 points at Mishawaka High School // First Team All-NIC // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 100 // NLC-NIC All-Star Game // All-Star Game MVP // SportsFest All-Star Game

PERSONAL

Born May 26, 1992 // Son of Mark and Tracy Benner // Cell and Molecular Biology major // Hails from Mishawaka, Indiana // Resides in Brenneman Hall

GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2010-11

VS. PTS REB AST STL BLK IU South Bend 0 1 0 1 0 Holy Cross 11 8 0 1 1 Pikeville 17 1 1 0 0 Rio Grande 4 4 0 0 0 Olivet Nazarene 6 5 2 3 1 Cardinal Stritch 23 11 0 1 0 Concordia Mich. 15 4 1 0 0 Great Lakes Christian 3 5 1 5 0 Aquinas 5 5 0 1 0 St. Francis Ind. 6 4 1 1 1 Grace 15 5 0 1 1 Indiana Wesleyan 9 4 1 1 0 IU South Bend 16 8 1 1 0 Holy Cross 8 4 2 3 1 IU East 13 8 3 1 0 Webber International 6 6 2 1 1 Florida Memorial 14 6 0 3 1 Goshen 9 5 1 0 0

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 8-21 29-7.3 1-13 14-3.5 2-9 11-3.7 3-12 15-5.0 6-12 18-6.0 2-9 11-5.5 3-14 17-4.3 0-9 9-2.3 5-6 11-3.7

PF AST 3 5 9 1 5 0 8 3 1 3 1 6 11 4 3 2 3 3

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 5 1 5 46-11.5 4 3 3 52-13.0 4 1 4 18-6.0 5 0 2 38-12.7 7 0 2 24-8.0 0 3 3 39-19.5 2 1 2 35-8.8 3 0 5 27-6.8 5 2 3 30-10.0


ELEVATE

RYAN BENNER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 28-16 27-11 55-27

MIN-AVG 682-24.4 546-20.2 1228-22.3

FG-FGA 102-235 94-199 196-434

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .434 47-133 .353 .472 39-100 .390 .452 86-233 .369

RYAN BENNER’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 14-11 16-9 30-20

MIN-AVG 379-27.1 358-22.4 737-24.6

FG-FGA 50-129 63-121 113-250

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .388 19-65 .292 .521 20-58 .345 .452 39-123 .317

RYAN BENNER’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney

Spring Arbor Huntington Marian Taylor St. Francis Ind. Grace Indiana Wesleyan Goshen Spring Arbor Huntington

2011-12

VS. Holy Cross Kuyper Indiana Dabney Concordia Mich. Judson PU Calumet Spring Arbor

G-GS - -

5 2 10 15 10 20 14 4 7 11

MIN-AVG - -

2 3 7 6 6 2 9 15 4 5

0 0 1 2 1 1 0 3 0 0

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. - - - - - - - -

1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 3 1

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS REB AST STL BLK 10 3 0 2 0 7 2 1 0 0 10 7 4 2 0 4 7 1 0 0 11 2 0 0 1 14 6 1 0 0 12 2 2 1 0

Goshen Taylor IU South Bend Holy Cross Cardinal Stritch Edward Waters Northwood Fla. Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Marian Grace Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Huntington Indiana Wesleyan Grace Marian

23 7 0 11 5 13 11 19 13 7 0 3 10 8 20 6 5 15 17 7

FT-FTA 27-40 41-66 68-106

PCT. .675 .621 .642

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 38-115 153-5.5 22-73 95-3.5 60-188 248-4.5

PF AST 48 24 30 30 78 54

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 35 10 33 278-9.9 34 7 25 268-9.9 69 17 58 546-9.9

FT-FTA 18-26 26-44 44-70

PCT. .692 .591 .629

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 16-61 77-5.5 14-44 58-3.6 30-105 135-4.5

PF AST 26 11 18 16 44 27

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 15 5 12 137-9.0 18 6 19 172-10.8 33 11 31 309-10.3

FT-FTA PCT. - - - -

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG - - - -

PF AST - - - -

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG - - - - - - -

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

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

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

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

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. CARDINAL STRITCH

NOVEMBER 13, 2011 Benner dominated the game, with his first career double-double, going for a careerhigh 23 points and 11 rebounds, including five on the offensive end. Benner also converted on 4-of-8 from the three-point line.

VS. GOSHEN

NOVEMBER 30, 2011 Benner matched his career-high with 23 points on 9-of-16 from the field. He also added 6 rebounds, 2 steals, a block and an assist in the effort.

VS. MT. VERNON NAZARENE

JANUARY 3, 2012 Benner was not so friendly in his welcoming the Cougars to the conference, as he scored 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting, including 3 three-pointers. Benner also filled up the stat sheet by pulling down 3 rebounds, dishing out a career-high 5 assists, and tallying 3 steals in the win.

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PATRICK

OETTING BETHEL

2010-11 AS A FRESHMAN Appeared in 26 games, starting 3 // Averaged 3.0 points and 2.5 rebounds per game // Averaged 9.3 points and 6.3 rebounds per game as a starter // Scored a season-high 12 points against Marian (Feb. 12) // Scored in double figures in two games // Notched a double-double against Marian (Feb. 12) // Pulled down a season-high 10 rebounds against Marian (Feb. 12) // Played a careerhigh 36 minutes against Marian (Feb. 12) // Earned the team’s Wes Laidig Super Sub Award

CAREER HIGHS

POINTS������������������������������������������������������������ 22 vs. Concordia Mich. (11/15/11) REBOUNDS������������������������������������������������������ 12 vs. St. Francis Ind. (1/5/12) ASSISTS������������������������������������������������������������� 4 vs. Goshen (11/30/11) STEALS��������������������������������������������������������������� 4 vs. PU Calumet (11/19/11) BLOCKS�������������������������������������������������������������� 3 2x, last vs. Huntington (1/17/12) MINUTES PLAYED������������������������������������������� 36 vs. Marian (2/12/11) FG MADE������������������������������������������������������������ 8 vs. Concordia Mich. (11/15/11) FG ATT.������������������������������������������������������������� 14 vs. Concordia Mich. (11/15/11) 3-PT MADE��������������������������������������������������������� 0 3-PT ATT.������������������������������������������������������������ 1 2x, last vs. Goshen (11/30/11) FT MADE������������������������������������������������������������� 6 vs. Concordia Mich. (11/15/11) FT ATT.���������������������������������������������������������������� 7 vs. Concordia Mich. (11/15/11) PATRICK OETTING VS. THE CROSSROADS LEAGUE OPPONENT G-GS Goshen 3-2 Grace 4-1 Huntington 4-1 Indiana Wesleyan 5-2 Marian 4-2 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 2-1 Saint Francis 4-1 Spring Arbor 3-2 Taylor 4-2

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MIN-AVG 30-10.0 30-7.5 65-16.3 62-12.4 72-18.0 24-12.0 43-10.8 47-15.7 36-9.0

2011-12 AS A SOPHOMORE Appeared in 27 games, starting 18 // Averaged 4.4 points and 4.3 rebounds per game // Led the team in rebounding and blocked shots // Scored a career-high 22 points against Concordia (Nov. 15) // Scored in double figures in four games // Dished out a career-high 4 assists against Goshen (Nov. 30) // Pulled down a careerhigh 12 rebounds against St. Francis (Jan. 5) // Tallied a career-high 4 steals against PU Calumet (Nov. 19) // Ranked 12th in the conference in offensive rebounds per game (1.67) // Earned the team’s Most Improved Player Award

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 9 points and 7 rebounds at Concordia High School // Second Team AllSAC

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 2-10 .200 0-1 .000 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 10-19 .526 0-1 .000 5-15 .333 0-1 .000 12-18 .667 0-1 .000 3-10 .300 0-1 .000 5-9 .556 0-0 .000 9-15 .600 0-0 .000 5-10 .500 0-0 .000

FT-FTA PCT. 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 2-6 .333 5-8 .625 1-4 .250 3-7 .429 0-1 .000 1-2 .500

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JUNIOR** // FORWARD // 6-6 // 224 FORT WAYNE, IND. // CONCORDIA HS PERSONAL Born July 22, 1991 // Son of Mark and Stephanie Oetting // Economics major // Hails from Fort Wayne, Indiana // Resides in Logan Village

GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2010-11

VS. PTS REB AST STL BLK IU South Bend 4 0 0 0 0 Holy Cross 2 3 1 0 0 Pikeville 0 6 2 0 0 Rio Grande 8 8 0 0 0 Olivet Nazarene 0 2 0 0 0 Cardinal Stritch 0 1 0 0 0 Concordia Mich. 2 0 0 0 0 St. Francis Ind. 2 1 0 0 0 Grace 2 2 0 0 0 Indiana Wesleyan 1 0 0 0 0 IU South Bend 0 2 0 0 0 Holy Cross 4 4 0 0 1 IU East 0 1 0 0 0 Webber International 0 1 0 0 0 Huntington 2 1 1 0 0 Marian 2 4 0 0 1 Taylor 0 0 0 0 0 St. Francis Ind. 0 1 0 0 0 Grace 4 0 0 0 0 Indiana Wesleyan 0 2 0 0 0 Goshen 2 1 0 0 0 Spring Arbor 4 2 1 0 0 Huntington 11 4 0 1 1 Marian 12 10 0 1 1 Taylor 8 4 0 2 0 Indiana Wesleyan 8 4 1 1 0

2011-12

VS. Kuyper Concordia Mich. Judson

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 3-6 9-3.0 2-8 10-2.5 6-7 13-3.3 3-13 16-3.2 8-18 26-6.5 4-6 10-5.0 7-8 15-3.8 4-5 9-3.0 3-6 9-2.3

PTS REB AST STL BLK 0 0 0 0 0 22 8 1 1 2 6 4 0 2 1

PF AST 5 4 8 2 10 1 13 1 7 0 6 1 7 2 8 2 12 0

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 3 0 1 4-1.3 2 2 1 8-2.0 2 4 2 21-5.3 3 1 1 12-2.4 1 5 1 29-7.3 0 0 0 7-3.5 2 1 0 13-3.3 2 0 0 18-6.0 4 0 2 10-2.5


ELEVATE

PATRICK OETTING’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 26-3 27-18 53-21

MIN-AVG 266-10.2 376-13.9 642-12.1

FG-FGA 36-79 47-99 83-178

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .456 0-4 .000 .475 0-2 .000 .466 0-6 .000

PATRICK OETTING’S CROSSROADS LEAGUE STATISTICS YEAR 2010-11 2011-12

G-GS 14-2 18-11 32-13

MIN-AVG 148-10.6 241-13.4 389-12.2

FG-FGA 23-48 28-59 51-107

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .479 0-2 .000 .475 0-2 .000 .477 0-4 .000

PATRICK OETTING’S POSTSEASON STATISTICS TOURNEY MCC Tourney

PU Calumet Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor IU South Bend Holy Cross Cardinal Stritch Edward Waters Northwood Fla. Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Marian

G-GS 1-1 1-1

4 2 0 3 3 10 0 4 6 3 9 12

MIN-AVG 27-27.0 27-27.0

5 0 7 4 4 7 3 4 0 3 12 9

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

FG-FGA PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. 4-8 .500 0-1 .000 4-8 .500 0-1 .000

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

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

Grace Indiana Wesleyan Huntington Spring Arbor Goshen Taylor Mt. Vernon Naz. St. Francis Ind. Huntington Indiana Wesleyan Grace Marian

2 2 8 12 2 0 4 2 0 1 0 3

FT-FTA 6-14 26-46 32-60

PCT. .429 .565 .533

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 22-42 64-2.5 45-71 116-4.3 67-113 180-3.4

PF AST 43 6 78 17 121 23

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 14 4 5 78-3.0 17 17 14 120-4.4 31 21 19 198-3.7

FT-FTA 4-8 9-21 13-29

PCT. .500 .429 .448

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 12-20 32-2.3 29-53 81-4.5 40-73 113-3.5

PF AST 23 2 50 10 73 12

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 6 3 4 50-3.6 11 10 3 65-3.6 17 13 7 115-3.6

FT-FTA PCT. 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 0-4 4-4.0 0-4 4-4.0

PF AST 3 1 3 1

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 2 0 1 8-8.0 2 0 1 8-8.0

8 5 5 7 1 1 7 1 3 5 0 3

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

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

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

BREAKOUT GAMES VS. MARIAN

FEBRUARY 12, 2011 Oetting got his first career start and notched his first career double-double with a seasonhigh 12 points and 10 rebounds, and played a career-high 36 minutes in the season’s final home game.

VS. CONCORDIA MICH.

NOVEMBER 15, 2011 Oetting reached the 20-point mark in scoring for the first time in his career with a careerhigh 22 points on 8-of-14 shooting from the field and 6-of-7 from the free throw line. He also added 8 rebounds and 2 blocks

VS. ST. FRANCIS IND.

JANUARY 5, 2012 Oetting’s 9 points and career-high 12 boards against his hometown team set the tone for the next five games. Over that stretch, Oetting averaged 7.5 points and 7.7 rebounds. He would also go on to add a career-high 3 blocks in two separate games.

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JORDYN

COON

0

FRESHMAN // GUARD // 6-2 // 175 WARSAW, IND. // WARSAW HS HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 11 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 assists at Warsaw High School // Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic // Nancy Rehm Border Wars All-Star Classic // Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Honorable Mention

PERSONAL

Born July 2, 1993 // Son of Tim and Itanya Coon // Pre-Law major // Hails from Warsaw, Indiana // Resides in Oakwood-Slater Hall

DREW

SCHAUSS

1

SENIOR // GUARD // 6-4 // 200 GREENS FORK, IND. // CENTERVILLE HS // BREVARD COLLEGE BREVARD

Appeared in 85 games, starting 52 // Averaged 7.1 points and 3.4 rebounds per game // 3rd on team in scoring in 2011-12 // Shot 35.6% from three-point line // Scored a career high 25 points in 2011-12 // Scored in double figures 25 times // Had two career double-doubles

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 22.7 points and 6.9 rebounds per game at Centerville High School // Rick Bolus Top 50: The Second 25 // 2nd in school history in total points with 1,513 // First DREW SCHAUSS’S BREVARD COLLEGE CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

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G-GS 30-2 27-26 28-24 85-52

MIN-AVG 448-14.9 694-25.7 747-26.7 1889-22.2

FG-FGA 51-118 86-190 85-228 222-536

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. .432 20-52 .385 .453 27-78 .346 .373 33-95 .347 .414 80-225 .356

FT-FTA 11-17 29-37 38-58 78-112

PCT. .647 .784 .655 .696

Team All-TEC // IBCA All-State Honorable Mention // AP All-State Honorable Mention // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 60 // Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic // IBCA Academic All-State // Indiana NorthSouth All-Star Game // Hoosiers Reunion All-Star Classic // Palladium-Item All-Area

PERSONAL

Born November 2, 1990 // Son of Rick and Beth Schauss // Brother of Matt Schauss // Cell and Molecular Biology major // Hails from Greens Fork, Indiana // Resides in Brenneman Hall

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 22-40 62-2.1 35-98 133-4.9 18-74 92-3.3 75-212 287-3.4

PF AST 28 13 48 19 61 34 137 66

TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 17 1 9 133-4.4 31 1 13 228-8.4 49 4 17 241-8.6 97 6 39 602-7.1


ELEVATE

JARED

MOTT

4

FRESHMAN // FORWARD // 6-7 // 205 LUCAS, OHIO // TEMPLE CHRISTIAN HS HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 22 points, 18 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals per game at Temple Christian High School // Over 1,000 career rebounds // Mansfield News Journal All-Star Classic // All-Star Classic MVP // Mansfield News Journal All-Area Team // Scholar Athlete // West Point Leadership Award

PERSONAL

Born Nov. 7, 1993 // Son of Lynn and Kim Mott // Business Administration major // Hails from Lucas, Ohio // Resides in Oakwood-Slater Hall

TRAVIS

SMITH

5

FRESHMAN // GUARD // 5-10 // 160 PERU, IND. // PERU HS HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 22.6 points, 3.5 assists, and 3.7 steals per game at Peru High School // Rick Bolus Top 50: Best of the Rest // Second Team All-MIC // Michiana McDonald’s AllStar Game // Kokomo Tribune Second Team

PERSONAL

Born February 24, 1994 // Son of Terry and Cassie Smith // Sports Management major // Hails from Peru, Indiana // Resides in Oakwood-Slater Hall

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DEMETRIUS

LAWSON

23

FRESHMAN // GUARD // 6-2 // 185 ZIONSVILLE, IND. // ZIONSVILLE HS HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 16 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 assists at Zionsville High School // 18th in school history in total points with 783 // Rick Bolus Top 50: The Second 25 // Two-time First Team All-HCC // IBCA All-State Honorable Mention // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 60 // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Third Team All-State // A Coach’s Journey Top 50 // Indianapolis Star All-North Team

PERSONAL

Born October 2, 1991 // Son of Bryant Lawson // Sports Management major // Hails from Zionsville, Indiana // Resides in Logan Village

KEITH

COCHRAN

50

FRESHMAN // CENTER // 7-0 // 205 BLUFFTON, IND. // BLUFFTON HS HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 10.6 points, 8.9 rebounds, and 6.3 blocks per game at Bluffton High School // 144 total blocks led the state // Rick Bolus Top 50: The Second 25 // First Team AllACAC // ACAC Tournament MVP // IBCA All-State Honorable Mention // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 100 // A Coach’s Journey Top 50

PERSONAL

Born July 26, 1992 // Son of Steve and Diana Cochran // Business Administration major // Hails from Bluffton, Indiana // Resides in Oakwood-Slater Hall

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ELEVATE

ROSTER INFO BREAKDOWNS

NUMERICAL ROSTER

Seniors���������������������������������������������������������������� 3 Juniors���������������������������������������������������������������� 6 Sophomores������������������������������������������������������� 2 Freshmen������������������������������������������������������������ 5

0 1 4 5 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 32 34 41 50

BY CLASS

BY POSITION

Guards���������������������������������������������������������������� 8 Forwards������������������������������������������������������������� 5 Centers��������������������������������������������������������������� 3

BY STATE

Indiana�������������������������������������������������������������� 15 Ohio�������������������������������������������������������������������� 1

BY HEIGHT

Keith Cochran��������������������������������������������������7-0 Michael Mislan������������������������������������������������6-8 Jordan Bowerman�������������������������������������������6-7 Darrell Hopkins������������������������������������������������6-7 Taylor Kolbus���������������������������������������������������6-7 Jared Mott�������������������������������������������������������6-7 Patrick Oetting�������������������������������������������������6-6 Brandon Gerber�����������������������������������������������6-5 Ryan Benner����������������������������������������������������6-4 Drew Schauss��������������������������������������������������6-4 Matt Schauss���������������������������������������������������6-4 Jordyn Coon�����������������������������������������������������6-2 Demetrius Lawson�������������������������������������������6-2 Zach Miller�������������������������������������������������������6-1 Landon Booker����������������������������������������������5-10 Travis Smith���������������������������������������������������5-10

BY WEIGHT

Jordan Bowerman������������������������������������������ 226 Patrick Oetting������������������������������������������������ 224 Darrell Hopkins������������������������������������������������� 217 Taylor Kolbus�������������������������������������������������� 206 Keith Cochran������������������������������������������������� 205 Jared Mott������������������������������������������������������ 205 Michael Mislan����������������������������������������������� 203 Drew Schauss������������������������������������������������� 200 Ryan Benner��������������������������������������������������� 194 Demetrius Lawson������������������������������������������ 185 Landon Booker����������������������������������������������� 183 Brandon Gerber���������������������������������������������� 178 Jordyn Coon���������������������������������������������������� 175 Matt Schauss�������������������������������������������������� 175 Zach Miller������������������������������������������������������ 165 Travis Smith���������������������������������������������������� 160

BY ACADEMIC MAJOR

Accounting���������������������������������������������������������� 1 Business Administration������������������������������������� 3 Cell and Molecular Biology��������������������������������� 2 Economics���������������������������������������������������������� 2 Engineering�������������������������������������������������������� 1 Exercise Science�������������������������������������������������� 1 Pre-Law��������������������������������������������������������������� 1 Sports Management / Studies����������������������������5

NO. NAME

Jordyn Coon Drew Schauss Jared Mott Travis Smith Landon Booker Matt Schauss Taylor Kolbus Zach Miller Demetrius Lawson Brandon Gerber Michael Mislan Jordan Bowerman Darrell Hopkins Ryan Benner Patrick Oetting Keith Cochran

POS.

G G F G G G C G G F C F F G F C

HT.

6-2 6-4 6-7 5-10 5-10 6-4 6-7 6-1 6-2 6-5 6-8 6-7 6-7 6-4 6-6 7-0

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 34 15 30 50 0 24 32 21 23 22 25 4 41 1 20 5

Ryan Benner Landon Booker Jordan Bowerman Keith Cochran Jordyn Coon Brandon Gerber Darrell Hopkins Taylor Kolbus Demetrius Lawson Zach Miller Michael Mislan Jared Mott Patrick Oetting Drew Schauss Matt Schauss Travis Smith

POS.

G G F C G F F C G G C F F G G G

HT.

6-4 5-10 6-7 7-0 6-2 6-5 6-7 6-7 6-2 6-1 6-8 6-7 6-6 6-4 6-4 5-10

175 200 205 160 183 175 206 165 185 178 203 226 217 194 224 205

WT.

Fr. Warsaw, Ind. (Warsaw) Sr. Greens Fork, Ind. (Brevard College) Fr. Lucas, Ohio (Temple Christian) Fr. Peru, Ind. (Peru) Sr. South Bend, Ind. (John Adams) So. Greens Fork, Ind. (Centerville) Jr. Goshen, Ind. (Goshen) So. Connersville, Ind. (Connersville) Fr. Zionsville, Ind. (Zionsville) Jr. Markle, Ind. (Norwell) Jr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Roncalli) Sr. Leo, Ind. (Leo) R-Jr. Michigan City, Ind. (Michigan City) Jr. Mishawaka, Ind. (Mishawaka) Jr. Fort Wayne, Ind. (Concordia) Fr. Bluffton, Ind. (Bluffton)

CLASS

HOMETOWN (SCHOOL)

WT.

CLASS

HOMETOWN (SCHOOL)

194 183 226 205 175 178 217 206 185 165 203 205 224 200 175 160

Jr. Mishawaka, Ind. (Mishawaka) Sr. South Bend, Ind. (John Adams) Sr. Leo, Ind. (Leo) Fr. Bluffton, Ind. (Bluffton) Fr. Warsaw, Ind. (Warsaw) Jr. Markle, Ind. (Norwell) R-Jr. Michigan City, Ind. (Michigan City) Jr. Goshen, Ind. (Goshen) Fr. Zionsville, Ind. (Zionsville) So. Connersville, Ind. (Connersville) Jr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Roncalli) Fr. Lucas, Ohio (Temple Christian) Jr. Fort Wayne, Ind. (Concordia) Sr. Greens Fork, Ind. (Brevard College) So. Greens Fork, Ind. (Centerville) Fr. Peru, Ind. (Peru)

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach....................................Mike Lightfoot Assistant Coach���������������������������������� Tony Natali Assistant Coach�����������������������������Ryne Lightfoot Junior Varsity Coach���������������������� Mark Gardner Student Manager������������������������������Ryan Binkley Student Manager������������������������������ Clark Ziegler

PRONUNCIATIONS

Bowerman......................................... BAU-er-man Cochran�������������������������������������������������COCK-ran Darrell����������������������������������������������������� DUH-rell Demetrius.......................................de-ME-tree-us Kolbus����������������������������������������������������COLE-bus Oetting������������������������������������������������������ ETT-ing Schauss���������������������������������������������� (like house)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER -A-

Abendshien, Bern���� 1960-61 Abernathy, Drew������ 1999-01 Adkins, Chris������������ 2001-03 Adkins, Pat��������������� 1986-90 Adkins, Terry������������ 1982-83 Alspaugh, Eric���������� 1979-80 Amor, Kyle��������������� 2002-03 Anderson, Greg������� 1999-02 Annett, David����������� 1969-70 Armington, Dick������� 1976-80 Artz, Don����������������� 1963-65 Artz, Phil������������������ 1958-59 Ash, Jim������������������� 1987-89 Aupperle, Jeff���������� 1998-01

-B-

Baker, Andy�������������� 2006-08 Bales, Jamie������������� 1997-98 Bales, Ryan�������������� 1996-99 Balmer, Arden���������� 1969-71 Bargen, Nate������������ 2007-09 Baughman, Larry����� 1960-64 Bechtel, Brian���������� 1990-94 Becknell, Fred���������� 1959-61 Benford, Tony���������� 2008-10 Bennet, Jim�������������� 1960-61 Berger, Jon��������������� 1994-95 Bethel, Ken�������������� 1968-70 Blad, Dave���������������� 1969-71 Blosser, Paul������������� 1959-63 Bontreger, Adam����� 2000-02 Botke, Ed����������������� 1977-79 Bottema, Cameron�� 2005-06 Bowen, Andrew������� 2003-08 Bowers, Andrew������ 2004-05 Bowling, Randy�������� 1992-93 Bradford, Woody����� 1962-63 Bradley, Nic�������������� 2000-02 Brand, Eric��������������� 1996-00 Brazier, Eric�������������� 1982-83 Brower, Steve���������� 1974-76 Brown, Steve����������� 1975-79 Brown, Tyler������������ 2006-10 Buss, Tim����������������� 1996-97

-C-

Calderone, Jerome�� 1983-87 Carpenter, Jack�������� 1981-85 Carpenter, Jim��������� 1963-64 Carter, Gary������������� 1974-75 Childers, Drew��������� 2000-01 Chrobot, Ron����������� 1990-93 Civille, Brian������������� 1987-88 Clark, JJ�������������������� 2000-01 Clark, Scott�������������� 1984-86 Clay, Jeff������������������� 1993-97 Cochran, Cody��������� 2010-12 Coffman, Bruce�������� 1965-72 Coleman, Bruce������� 1978-79 Collier, Chris������������� 1999-00 Conrad, Gary����������� 1972-75 Conrad, Greg����������� 1967-70 Coolman, Barak������� 1996-00 Corbus, Fred������������ 1981-82 Corey, John�������������� 1961-62 Cornell, Paul������������ 1968-70 Cox, Dewy���������������� 1974-76 Craiger, Brandon������ 1999-00 Cramer, Adam���������� 2003-05 Cramer, Dave����������� 1969-71 Cramer, Will������������� 2008-10 Crawford, Ben���������� 1965-66 Crist, Todd���������������� 1985-90 Crowl, Mark������������� 1989-90 Culp, Bob����������������� 1964-65 Cutshall, Hal������������ 1962-63

-D-

Daniels, Ken������������� 1976-77 Davis, Dave�������������� 1962-63 DeMerchant, Jeff����� 1985-86 Denlinger, Benjamin 1983-84

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Dickson, Alan����������� 1966-68 Doty, Junior������������� 1967-70 Doty, Seth���������������� 2000-01 Downs, Bob������������� 1978-79

-E-

Edel, Rex������������������ 1974-75 Edison, Jack������������� 1964-68 Edison, Michael������� 1995-99 Elliot, Kyle���������������� 1984-85 Engbrecht, Dennis��� 1967-69 Everett, Jake������������ 2008-10 Everts, Rick�������������� 1972-74 Ewert, Tim��������������� 1971-73

-F-

Farkas, Denny���������� 1988-89 Faulhaber, Ed����������� 1972-74 Feldman, Jon����������� 1991-93 Feller, Kyle��������������� 2000-03 Fielstra, Larry����������� 1985-88 Fish, Brad����������������� 1990-93 Fish, Brenton����������� 1997-99 Flickinger, Curt��������� 1993-94 Focht, Joe���������������� 1979-83 Forrest, Larry����������� 1984-86 Fry, Gary������������������ 1958-62 Fulton, Kevin������������ 1974-78 Fultz, Larry��������������� 1960-61

-G-

Galloway, Mark�������� 1991-95 Ganger, Andy����������� 1997-01 Garland, Dennis������� 1992-93 Gause, Joe��������������� 1962-64 Gautier, Gary����������� 1973-75 Gensic, Sam������������� 1999-02 George, Doug���������� 1972-73 Gerard, Bryan���������� 1980-84 Gilbert, Von������������� 1992-96 Gilliam, Mike����������� 2002-03 Gingerich, Robby����� 2008-10 Glaub, John�������������� 2008-09 Glingle, Randy��������� 1969-72 Goad, Adam������������� 1997-98 Goetz, Matt������������� 1995-97 Gooden, Ricky��������� 2000-04 Goralski, Jody���������� 1991-95 Grayckowski, Don���� 1980-84 Griffey, Aaron���������� 2008-09 Griffin, Traver����������� 2004-05 Grindle, Joel������������� 1999-03 Grose, Mark������������� 1975-77 Grossman, Bruce����� 1979-83 Groves, Jason����������� 1994-96 Grzeskowiak, Alan��� 1994-98

-H-

Hallgarth, Durwin���� 1964-65 Hamlet, Jeremiah���� 2000-01 Hammond, Kent������ 1973-74 Hardman, Jim���������� 1977-78 Harmon, Derek�������� 2003-04 Harris, Charles��������� 1994-95 Harten, Steve����������� 1988-91 Hartz, Charlie����������� 1962-66 Haverstick, D� 1995-97, 99-00 Henry, Blaise������������ 2004-06 Henry, Jamal������������ 1998-01 Hershberger, Fred���� 1987-91 Hershberger, JD������� 1996-99 Hills, Adrick�������������� 2002-05 Himschoot, John������ 1986-87 Hirschy, Jon�������������� 1987-89 Hise, Ricky��������������� 2003-05 Hixenbaugh, Gary���� 1983-84 Hobson, Jeff������������� 1994-98 Holloman, Jim���������� 1978-81 Holmes, Don������������ 1966-71 Holmes, Ron������������ 1964-68 Hoogenboom, Jim��� 1970-71 Hooks, JT����������������� 2006-08 Horner, Micah���������� 2009-11

Hosinksi, Mike��������� 1979-82 Hossler, Bill�������������� 1963-64 Hossler, Jim�������������� 1959-60 Hostetler, Brent������� 2004-05 Hostetler, Eric���������� 1994-97 Hostetler, Scott�������� 1977-81 Houston, Jerry��������� 1980-81 Howell, Don������������� 1960-62 Hunsberger, Fred����� 1960-61

-I-

Ingram, Tom�������������� 1971-72

-J-

Jackson, Thomas������ 2000-04 Jenkins, Eddie���������� 1985-86 Jerrell, Matt������������� 2001-02 Johnson, Caspar������ 1975-77 Johnston, Chad�������� 1993-95 Jones, Jon���������������� 2003-06

-K-

Kaczmarek, Ralph���� 1959-62 Kauffman, Jerrold���� 1982-83 Keel, Colton������������� 2009-10 Keister, David����������� 2000-04 Keller, Bob���������������� 1958-59 Kennedy, Nick���������� 2005-06 Kerns, Damon���������� 1990-94 King, Jim������������������ 1967-68 Kixmiller, Kyle���������� 2003-06 Kleber, Sam�������������� 2006-08 Klontz, Dave������������� 1964-68 Klontz, Ted��������������� 1963-64 Klotz, Randy������������� 1967-70 Knebel, Bob������������� 1987-91 Knight, Ernie������������ 1959-60 Knight, Harold���������� 1959-62 Knight, Jeff��������������� 1987-88 Knowles, Gary���������� 1979-83 Kowalinski, Larry������ 1971-72 Krhin, Spencer��������� 2010-12

-L-

Laidig, Caleb������������ 2007-11 Laidig, Wes�������������� 2006-10 Laird, Andrew���������� 2003-05 Lantz, Kory��������������� 2005-09 LaPlace, Scott���������� 1978-79 Large, Mike�������������� 1992-96 Lawver, Ted�������������� 2005-06 Lee, Josh������������������ 1998-00 Lehman, Randy�������� 1978-79 Leiter, Bob��������������� 1965-69 Leman, Clint������������� 2004-06 Lestikow, Joe������������ 1971-72 Lettinga, Luke���������� 2005-07 Lettinga, Mark��������� 2005-09 Lewis, Eugene���������� 1972-73 Lewis, Nick��������������� 2011-12 Lightfoot, Mike�������� 1975-78 Lightfoot, Robbie����� 2003-07 Lightfoot, Ryne�������� 2006-10 Little, Dale��������������� 1969-70 Long, Scott��������������� 1984-88 Lorence, Dave���������� 1990-94 Lorton, Kevin����������� 1989-92 Luft, Barry���������������� 1976-77 Lutz, Greg���������������� 1976-77

-M-

Maddox, Chad��������� 2004-06 Magnuson, Doug����� 1987-88 Mann, Adam������������ 1966-68 Mann, Casey������������ 1995-96 Martin, Greg������������ 1973-74 Martin, Jamie���������� 1988-92 Martinez, Jody��������� 1986-90 Matteson, Steve������ 1977-79 McBride, Mike��������� 1991-95 McDaniel, Sam�������� 2003-05 McGillicuddy, Rick��� 1987-89 McKnight, Brian������� 1988-89

McLaughlin, Jeremy� 1998-99 McPhail, Bill������������� 1958-62 Meister, Ryan����������� 1985-89 Mensah, Keith��������� 1983-86 Michiels, Mark��������� 2000-01 Miller, Harvey���������� 1961-62 Miller, Josh��������������� 2008-09 Miller, Mike�������������� 1992-96 Milliken, Bob������������ 1963-64 Minix, Terry������������� 1982-83 Montgomery, A�������� 1982-83 Moore, David����������� 1976-77 Moore, Dean����������� 1986-87 Moore, Ray�������������� 1964-67 Moreland, Paul�������� 1983-87 Moser, Brad������������� 1999-00 Moser, Derek����������� 2006-10 Murphy, Steve��������� 1973-74

-N-

Nabors, Tom������������ 1968-69 Nelson, Billy������������� 1970-74 Nichols, Chris����������� 1989-91 Nickerson, Rob��������� 1987-88 Noak, Thomas���������� 1973-77 Norton, Dave����������� 1958-59 Null, Dan������������������ 1958-60

-O-

O’Connor, Sean�������� 1988-90 O’Dell, Bill���������������� 1979-83 O’Dell, Don�������������� 1980-83 Obermeyer, Sam������ 1991-95 Ortmann, DelRoy����� 1985-86 Overpeck, Butch������ 1968-69 Owens, Matt������������ 2008-12

-P-

Parker, Jake�������������� 2001-06 Paulsen, Ron������������ 1969-70 Payne, John������������� 1995-97 Payton, Ernie����������� 1972-74 Penrod, Keith����������� 1975-76 Perkins, Ray������������� 1984-85 Perlich, Jamie����������� 1990-93 Peterson, Hans�������� 1990-92 Phillips, Brian����������� 1998-99 Pinter, Bill���������������� 1976-78 Phillips, Brian����������� 1998-99 Pletcher, Bill������������� 1990-91 Prenkert, Kip������������ 1962-65 Prenkert, Robby������� 1988-92

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Randolph, Dan��������� 1970-71 Randolph, D�� 1996-98, 02-03 Regan, Mike������������� 1989-91 Reinhold, Ron���������� 1989-90 Riddle, Dick�������������� 1960-62 Riffell, Dave�������������� 1970-75 Riffell, Ron��������������� 1963-64 Ringenberg, Jerry���� 1961-62 Ritter, Tim���������������� 1998-02 Ritz, Kyle������������������ 2010-11 Robbins, Gerry��������� 1959-63 Romer, Randy���������� 1993-97 Ryan, Jordan������������ 2008-11 Rychener, Scott�������� 1984-87

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Samuelson, Greg����� 1978-80 Saunders, Herman��� 1961-62 Saurer, Ben�������������� 1999-00 Savill, Matt��������������� 1999-02 Schaper, Adam��������� 2004-06 Scherpereel, Art������ 1961-62 Schwenk, Dave�������� 1974-76 Scifres, Dana������������ 2002-03 Scott, Bruce������������� 1968-70 Scott, Fred��������������� 1969-70 Sears, Kyle��������������� 2002-06 Sewell, Steve����������� 1976-77 Shannon, Daryl�������� 1968-69

Shaw, Jared�������������� 2002-03 Shaw, Jeff����������������� 1968-69 Shaw, Roy���������������� 1974-76 Sheppard, Dave������� 1968-69 Shively, Tim�������������� 1989-91 Showalter, Marc������ 1974-76 Sili, Jim��������������������� 1964-67 Skaggs, Landis���������� 1990-93 Skipper, Garrett������� 1983-86 Smith, Chuck������������ 1971-75 Smith, Eric��������������� 1998-01 Smith, Joe���������������� 2006-08 Smith, Orane����������� 2001-05 Smith, Pete�������������� 1979-80 Smith, Richard��������� 1967-69 Snyder, Doug����������� 1977-81 Sommer, Mark��������� 1982-83 Sosamon, Ryan�������� 2000-01 Sowders, Chuck������� 1988-89 Spaulding, Brad������� 1978-82 Spivey, Matt������������� 1997-00 Stahl, Dave��������������� 1974-75 Stefaniak, Tom��������� 1978-79 Stults, Eric���������������� 1998-00 Stump, Larry������������ 1958-61 Stump, Ron�������������� 1958-62 Swanson, Rico���������� 1994-98 Swartz, Jeff�������������� 2006-07 Swartz, Jon�������������� 1998-99

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Taylor, Jeremy���������� 1990-94 Taylor, Mark������������� 1970-72 Taylor, Ryan�������������� 1995-97 Thomas, Brandon���� 2006-08 Thomas, Brent��������� 2008-09 Thomas, Greg���������� 1979-83 Thomas, Rich����������� 1963-64 Thomas, Ryan���������� 1997-99 Thompson, John������ 1977-79 Tibbets, Lewis���������� 1961-62 Trittipo, Troy������������ 1989-90 Trowbridge, Mel������ 1983-84 Troyer, Dave������������� 1989-92 Troyer, Mark������������ 1995-97 Troyer, Wendall�������� 1980-82 Tuttle, Rich��������������� 1983-84

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Walker, William�������� 2005-09 Walls, Matt�������������� 2000-01 Walter, Billy������������� 2003-04 Walter, Steve����������� 1992-94 Walterhouse, E�������� 1964-68 Ward, Steve������������� 2008-12 Warfield, Jim������������ 1972-73 Watson, Ryan����������� 1996-98 Watson, Sam����������� 1970-72 Weaver, Gary����������� 1965-69 Weimer, Jerod��������� 2001-03 Weimer, Josh����������� 2001-05 Weirich, Dean���������� 1974-76 Weirich, Robbie������� 2000-01 Welch, Eli����������������� 1994-98 Welch, Joe��������������� 2007-11 Wertz, Denny����������� 1974-76 West, Nolan������������� 1962-63 Wheeler, Dennis������ 1986-87 White, Donee���������� 1974-75 Widner, Gary����������� 1969-70 Wiegand, Landon���� 1995-97 Wilkins, Randy��������� 1980-81 Williak, Dave������������ 1975-76 Williams, James������� 1997-99 Williams, Larry��������� 1967-68 Williams, Theo��������� 1995-96 Williamson, Jason���� 2003-07

Wilson, Matt������������ 1994-95 Wilson, Randy���������� 1982-84 Wilson, Steve����������� 1989-90 Wood, Dennis ��������� 1964-68 Woodford, Larry������ 1969-70 Woodring, Jim��������� 1961-62 Woods, Joe�������������� 1973-74 Wray, Brian�������������� 1998-99 Wright, Kyle������������� 2002-04

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2012-13 STAFF

Coach Mike Lightfoot�����������������������������������38-40 Assistant Coaches��������������������������������������������� 41 Support Staff���������������������������������������������������� 42


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MIKE

LIGHTFOOT HEAD COACH 26TH SEASON (659-245) In his 26th year directing the Pilot program, head coach Mike Lightfoot has compiled an impressive list of accomplishments, including more wins than all previous Bethel coaches combined (659 to 441), three NAIA DII national championships (tied for most of any coach in NAIA history), four NCCAA national championships, ten Crossroads League regular season and six Crossroads League tournament championships (more than any coach in Crossroads League history), five National Coach of the Year awards and six Crossroads League Coach of the Year awards.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Two-time NAIA National Coach of the Year, Three-time NCCAA National Coach of the Year, Six-time Crossroads League Coach of the Year Three NAIA National Championships, Four NCCAA National Championships, Ten Crossroads League Regular Season Championships, Six Crossroads League Tournament Championships Quickest college coach at any level to 300, 400, 500, and 600 career victories Tied for quickest to 100 and 200 career victories Ten 30-win seasons, twenty 20-win seasons Three NAIA National Players of the Year, Four NCCAA National Players of the Year Twenty-three NAIA All-Americans, ThirtyEight NAIA All-Americans Twenty-one NAIA Academic All-Americans, Twenty-two NCCAA Academic All-Americans Marian High School Athletic Hall of Fame, Bethel College Athletic Hall of Fame, NCCAA Hall of Fame, NAIA Hall of Fame

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These accomplishments, however, are not what makes Lightfoot one of the best coaches in the game, but rather it is his insatiable desire to accomplish more. Owning a career record 659-245, it’s easy to see that Lightfoot knows how to win, but he also knows how to win the right way. In his 25 years at the helm of the Pilot program, 100 percent of his players who completed their eligibility also completed their degree. In the last seven years, 19 Pilots have received undergraduate degrees, including Matt Owens and Steve Ward a season ago. Lightfoot is the quickest college coach at any level to 300, 400, 500, and 600 career wins. He accomplished those feats in 10, 13, 18, and 22 seasons, respectively. He is also tied for the quickest to 100 and 200 career wins, accomplishing those in 4 and 8 seasons, respectively. He ranks tenth among active NAIA coaches (third among DII coaches) in total wins and second among active NAIA coaches with at least 500 wins (first among DII coaches) in winning percentage. In his 25 seasons, Lightfoot has amassed twenty 20-win seasons, fifteen 25-win seasons, ten 30-win seasons, and three 35win seasons.

In the NAIA DII national tournament, Lightfoot is at his best, winning at a clip of .812 (26-6) to rank second among coaches in DII history with at least 10 tournament games coached. His 26 wins at the national tournament also rank second in DII history. Lightfoot has never made it short of the Sweet Sixteen in any nine of his appearances. His nine Sweet Sixteens ranks third, while his six Elite Eights ranks second among coaches in DII history. Lightfoot has reached the DII Fab Four five times, advancing to the championship game all but once, ranking most among DII coaches. Lightfoot has won three NAIA DII championships in 1995, 1997, and 1998 and is the only coach to win back-to-back titles and appear in back-to-back-to-back championship games in DII history. During that stretch, Lightfoot won fourteen consecutive games, to rank the longest consecutive win streak in DII tournament history. Lightfoot’s teams hold records at the DII national tournament for points in a tournament (top four records), field goals in a tournament (top three records), rebounds in a tournament (top two records), most 100-point games, most combined points in a game, and most points in a game. Through 25 seasons, Lightfoot is one of the most successful coaches in Crossroads League history. He is the third-longest tenured coach in conference history, ranking behind Grace’s Jim Kessler (34 seasons) and Taylor’s Paul Patterson (33 seasons). He has racked up over 200 conference wins in his career, notching No. 200 on the road against Goshen in nail-biting 73-71 win during the 2009-10 season. Lightfoot owns a winning percentage in conference play of .632, better than any coach in Crossroads League history with at


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least ten seasons coached, as is his overall winning percentage of .729. Lightfoot has led teams to ten regular season conference titles and six tournament titles, both more than any other coach in Crossroads League history. He has reached double digit conference wins in a season eight times, including three of the past five seasons. Six times in his career Lightfoot has won Crossroads League Coach of the Year honors, more than any other coach in Crossroads League history. He has coached three different players to Crossroads League Player of the Year awards in his career and two players to a Crossroads League Newcomer of the Year award, including Zach Miller last season. Since the 1994-95 seasons, Lightfoot has coached seventeen Crossroads League AllFirst Team members, fourteen Crossroads League All-Second Team members, fourteen Crossroads League All-Third Team members, and five Crossroads League All-Newcomer Team members. It’s clear that Coach Lightfoot has left a tremendous impact on the court at Bethel. What’s not as well known is the impact that Coach has left on the young men that come through the program. But the fruit of 25 years as Bethel’s head coach has taken root and is blossoming throughout Michiana and beyond. There are over 40 former players and assistants of Coach Lightfoot that are coaching and/or teaching, and countless others changing the world in avenues such as business, ministry, technology, criminal justice, and more. He has led missions trips to such places as the Dominican Republic, Mexico, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Alaska, and Ecuador. Nearly one hundred Bethel basketball players have gone on these ten mission trips over the past twenty years, and hundreds more students, fans, alumni, and even opponents alike have had their lives changed crossing paths with Coach Lightfoot. “I heard Coach Joe Paterno respond to this question once: How successful will your

CAREER COACHING RECORD YEAR 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 25 YEARS

OVERALL 25-11 30-9 30-7 24-11 29-10 30-9 29-6 38-2 35-2 34-5 37-3 34-6 30-8 20-13 18-16 23-14 23-14 19-15 10-20 21-15 29-7 33-4 28-7 14-17 16-14 659-245

PCT. .694 .796 .811 .686 .744 .769 .828 .950 .946 .872 .925 .850 .789 .606 .529 .622 .622 .558 .333 .583 .806 .892 .800 .452 .533 .729

CONF. 6-4 7-3 9-1 8-2 8-2 6-4 8-2 13-1 14-0 12-2 14-0 11-3 9-5 8-6 6-8 8-6 7-7 7-9 1-15 6-10 12-4 13-3 12-4 4-12 7-11 215-125

BETHEL CAREER WINS LIST Mike Lightfoot Homer Drew Tom Firestone Dick Felix Bob Long Don Granitz Gary Fry Al Beutler

OVERALL 659-245 252-110 76-63 53-59 28-33 23-22 8-26 1-4

PCT. .729 .696 .547 .473 .459 .511 .235 .250

PCT. .600 .700 .900 .800 .800 .600 .800 .929 1.000 .857 1.000 .786 .623 .786 .623 .571 .429 .571 .063 .375 .750 .813 .750 .250 .389 .632

FINISH 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 5th 5th 5th 5th 8th 9th 5th 1st 1st 2nd 8th 9th

CONF. 215-125 28-20 -- -- -- -- -- --

PCT. .632 .583 -- -- -- -- -- --

POSTSEASON NCCAA FIrst Round NCCAA Second Round NCCAA Second Round NCCAA First Round NCCAA Champion NCCAA Champion NAIA Sweet 16 NAIA Champion NAIA Sweet 16 NAIA Champion NAIA Champion NAIA Runners-Up NCCAA Champion MCC Quarterfinals NCCAA Regionals NCCAA Second Round NCCAA Second Round NCCAA Runners-Up None NCCAA Champion NAIA Elite 8 NAIA Fab 4 NAIA Sweet 16 MCC Quarterfinals None

SEASONS 1987-pr (25) 1976-1987 (11) 1971-76 (5) 1967-71 (4) 1959-63 (4) 1965-67 (2) 1963-65 (2) 1958-59 (1)

Coach Mike Lightfoot reached 252 career wins in only 318 games, 44 games sooner than in what Coach Homer Drew reached his plateau (362 games) team be? His response was ‘I do not know. I will have to wait about ten years and then I can tell you.’ That says it best,” said Coach Lightfoot.

Coach Lightfoot resides in Wakarusa, Indiana with his wife Jacci. They have two sons, Robbie (‘08) and Ryne (‘10), both of whom played for him at Bethel.

“We need to look at the product years after graduation. What are my players doing in their communities, their churches, and how are they leading their families? The journey really begins after our players finish their basketball careers, graduate, and start applying the lessons they learned.”

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

THE LIGHTFOOT FILE BORN

May 10, 1956 in North Liberty, Ind.

HIGH SCHOOL

LaVille High School in Lakeville, Ind.

COLLEGE CAREER

Tri-State University, Guard, 1974-75 Bethel College, Guard, 1975-78

COLLEGE DEGREES

B.A., Bethel College, 1978 M.A., IU South Bend, 1981

COLLEGE STATS

644 Career Points, 128 Career Rebounds, 206 Career Assists, 57.2% Career Field Goal Percentage, Started at guard in the lowest scoring game in Bethel history

COACHING HONORS

1982 South Bend Tribune Metro Coach of the Year; 1988 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 1989 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 1990 NCCAA National Coach of the Year; 1990 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 1990 Crossroads League Conference Coach of the Year; 1991 Crossroads League Conference Coach of the Year; 1991 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 1992 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 1993 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 1994 NCCAA National Coach of the Year; 1994 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 1994 Crossroads League Conference Coach of the Year; 1995 NCCAA National Coach of the Year; 1995 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 1995 Crossroads League Conference Coach of the Year; 1996 Crossroads League Conference Coach of the Year; 1997 NAIA National Coach of the Year; 1997 Crossroads League Conference Coach of the Year; 2000 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 2003 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 2004 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 2005 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 2007 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 2008 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 2009 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year; 2010 NCCAA North Central Region Coach of the Year

OTHER HONORS

1994 Inductee Bethel College Athletic Hall of Fame; 2001 Inductee NCCAA Hall of Fame; 2009 Inductee Marian High School Athletic Hall of Fame; 2009 NAIA Hall of Fame

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CAREER MILESTONE VICTORIES 100TH CAREER WIN Bethel 80 Marian 73 - January 26, 1991

Behind Bob Knebel’s 22 points and Dave Troyer’s 18 points and 10 rebounds, the Pilots rallied from a 15 point deficit in the second half to post the win. Kevin Lorton added 14 and Ron Chrobot 13 for Bethel, which ran its record to 15-6 en route to its second straight conference crown.

200TH CAREER WIN Bethel 105 IU South Bend 60 - November 15, 1994

This was the first home game of a magical 38-2 seasons that resulted in the Pilots’ first NAIA title. Von Gilbert started things off with a pair of dunks. All 14 Pilots that played scored, led by Gilbert’s 22. Mark Galloway added 17, Jody Goralski and Mike McBride scored 11 points each.

253RD CAREER WIN Bethel 109 Goshen 66 - January 13, 1996

Ryan Taylor’s 19 points and David Haverstick’s 18 propelled the No. 2-ranked Pilots past host Goshen. The Pilots bench chipped in 52 points. The 109-66 win gave Coach Lightfoot 253 career wins and made him the winningest coach in Bethel history, breaking Homer Drew’s school record of 252 victories.

300TH CAREER WIN Bethel 123 Green Mountain 73 - March 12, 1997

The record-setting win in the first round of the NAIA national tournament was the Pilots’ initial step for Bethel’s second NAIA national championship. The Pilots sailed to a 73-41 halftime lead and never looked back in the NAIA national tournament record 48-point win.

100TH CAREER CROSSROADS LEAGUE WIN Bethel 89 St. Francis 75 - February 3, 1998

The NAIA Division II top-ranked men’s basketball team won its 19th consecutive game. Led by Rico Swanson’s and Eric Brand’s 22 points apiece, the Pilots improved their overall record to 24-2 and remained undefeated in conference action at 9-0. Ahead just five points with five minutes remaining, a Swanson steal and layup iced what was a close game for the Pilots.

400TH CAREER WIN Bethel 84 Indiana Wesleyan 69 - February 19, 2000

Before the Pilots’ final home game of the regular season, seniors Eric Brand, David Haverstick, and Barak Coolman were recognized. Brand tallied 32 points and grabbed 14 rebounds while Haverstick added 25 points and 14 boards of his own. The Pilots went on to win the NCCAA national championship, their sixth title in nine years.

500TH CAREER WIN Bethel 75 Trinity Christian 49 - December 18, 2004

The Pilots’ eleventh win of their NCCAA national runners-up season came in convincing fashion at the Gates Gymnasium. The Pilots, clad in their throwback gold uniforms for the first time since the 1980s, held a 46-23 advantage at halftime, and rolled to the 26 point victory. Adam Schaper scored 21 points and added 7 rebounds, while Adrick Hills added 19 points and Josh Weimer put in 12.

600TH CAREER WIN Bethel 88 IU Southeast 68 - March 13, 2009

The Pilots stormed their way into the Sweet Sixteen, racing out to a 44-24 halftime lead and never looked back. The nation’s No. 2-ranked team shot a scaulding 64.6% from the field, a program record for a national tournament game. NAIA Player of the Year William Walker dominated with 30 points on 13-of-17 from the field and 13 rebounds. The Pilots went on to appear in their fifth Fab Four.

200TH CAREER CROSSROADS LEAGUE WIN Bethel 73 Goshen 71 - January 30, 2010

The ninth-ranked Pilots went into Goshen and escaped with a hard fought victory. A buzzer-beating three-pointer by Ryne Lightfoot gave the Pilots a two-point lead at half. In the second half, the Pilots used a 20-5 run to lead by 14, but the Maple Leafs closed to within three points. Senior Tyler Brown would not let it get any closer, going 5-of-6 from the free throw line. Wes Laidig led the Pilots with 21 points and 9 rebounds.


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TONY

NATALI ASSISTANT COACH 15TH SEASON THE NATALI FILE

Assistant coach Tony Natali begins his 15th season as an assistant for the Pilots. He also serves as the head men’s and women’s track coach, where he has led both squads to amazing success in the Crossroads League and on the national level. Coach Natali has an extensive list of responsibilites for the basketball program. He coordinates the recruiting and scouting schedules for the coaching staff and is involved with daily on-the-court coaching. His off-the-court duties include making travel arrangements for the road trips and monitoring the academic progress of the players. “Bethel is a special place with special people. The experience that God has allowed me to

have in coaching at Bethel is invaluable,” said Coach Natali. “I am very much looking forward to what this season has in store. I just want to enjoy the journey and make the most out of each day.” COLLEGE DEGREES

B.S. Purdue University, 1979 M.Ed, Bowling Green, 1986

COACHING CAREER

Graduate Assistant, Bowling Green, 1985-86; Assistant Coach, University of Indianapolis, 1986-87; Assistant Coach, Franklin College, 198790; Assistant Coach, Marian College, 1990-98; Assistant Coach, Bethel College, 1998-present

FAMILY

Wife: Andrea Children: Cassie, 21; Hannah, 17

RYNE

LIGHTFOOT ASSISTANT COACH 2ND SEASON THE LIGHTFOOT FILE

Ryne Lightfoot returns for his second season as an assistant coach for the Pilots after a successful four year career on the hardwood. A four year starter for the Pilots, Ryne is the only Pilot in program history with 2,000 points, 700 assists, 500 rebounds, and 250 three-pointers made in his career. He was a member of the 2007 NCCAA national championship squad, as well as the 2009 NAIA Fab Four team. He was a 2010 NAIA Third Team All-American and the NCCAA Pete Maravich Award winner. In addition to the core coaching responsibilites involved with the position, Ryne will be in charge of recruiting, strength and conditioning, player development, and film exchange. The former two-time NAIA

Scholar Athlete will also assist in ensuring his players’ success in the classroom. “I’m thrilled to be a part of the program and work alongside my father,” said Coach Ryne Lightfoot. “I know I will continue to learn from this staff as I pursue my passion.” Ryne and his wife Justine reside in Mishawaka. COLLEGE DEGREE

B.A., Bethel College, 2010

COLLEGE STATS

2,075 Career Points, 500 Career Rebounds, 702 Career Assists, 251 Career Three-Pointers Made, member of 2007 NCCAA national championship team, 111 Career Wins, 43 Career Crossroads League wins

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

RYAN

BINKLEY STUDENT MANAGER SENIOR THE BINKLEY FILE

Student manager Ryan Binkley begins his fourth year in the Bethel basketball program, but his third as a manager. Ryan has also been a member of the junior varsity basketball team. A senior from North Manchester, Indiana, Ryan is majoring in Social Studies Education and plans on becoming a high school history teacher and basketball coach after he graduates from Bethel. “I wanted to be a part of Bethel basketball so I could get experience learning under an elite coach and coaching staff to help me when I become a coach,” said Binkley.

what Bethel basketball is and stands for everything Bethel does.” BORN

October 2, 1990, North Manchester, Ind.

HIGH SCHOOL

Manchester High School, North Manchester, Ind.

ACADEMIC MAJOR

Social Studies Education

FAMILY

Parents: Dan and Richele Binkley Siblings: Nicole, Kendra

“Ryan is dedicated and loyal,” said Assistant Coach Ryne Lightfoot. “He understands

CLARK

ZIEGLER STUDENT MANAGER SOPHOMORE THE ZIEGLER FILE

Student manager Clark Ziegler begins his second year in the Bethel basketball program, but is no stranger to it. Clark’s uncle is Head Coach Mike Lightfoot. A sophomore from Wakarusa, Indiana, Clark is majoring in Kinesiology and plans on becoming a physical therapist and getting married after he graduates from Bethel. “I wanted to be a part of Bethel basketball because I grew up watching Bethel and it’s in my blood,” said Ziegler. “Clark is always willing to work and learn,” said Assistant Coach Ryne Lightfoot. “He loves to join in drills whenever he can. He has been a huge help and is learning whatever he can from Ryan.”

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BORN

July 11, 1990, Wakarusa, Ind.

HIGH SCHOOL

NorthWood High School, Wakarusa, Ind.

ACADEMIC MAJOR Kinesiology

FAMILY

Parents: Jeff and Dawn Ziegler Siblings: Cole, Lindsay


OPPONENTS

Non-Conference��������������������������������������������44-45 Crossroads League���������������������������������������46-47 Goshen������������������������������������������������������������� 48 Grace���������������������������������������������������������������� 48 Huntington������������������������������������������������������� 49 Indiana Wesleyan��������������������������������������������� 49 Marian�������������������������������������������������������������� 50 Mount Vernon Nazarene����������������������������������50 Saint Francis����������������������������������������������������� 51 Spring Arbor����������������������������������������������������� 51 Taylor���������������������������������������������������������������� 52 All-Time Series Records�������������������������������53-58


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NON-CONFERENCE GIOVANNI’S TIP-OFF CLASSIC

November 2-3 . Rio Grande University . Rio Grande, Ohio SHAWNEE STATE Location��������������������������� Portsmouth, Ohio Nickname�������������������������������������������� Bears Colors��������������������� Royal Blue & Dove Gray Conference���������������������������������� Mid South Affiliation����������������������������� NAIA Division I

RIO GRANDE Location�����������������������������Rio Grande, Ohio Nickname������������������������������������ Red Storm Colors���������������������������������������Red & White Conference���������������������������������� Mid South Affiliation����������������������������� NAIA Division I

TAYLOR Location������������������������������������ Upland, Ind. Nickname����������������������������������������� Trojans Colors�������������������������������������Purple & Gold Conference��������������������� Crossroads League Affiliation���������������������������� NAIA Division II

Head Coach�����������������������������Jeff Hamilton Record at School / Years����������������������� / 11

Head Coach�������������������������������� Ken French Record at School / Years������������� 62-117 / 7

Head Coach��������������������������� Paul Patterson Record at School / Years��������� 713-363 / 33

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������10-20 Conference Record / Finish��������� 4-12 / 9th Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason��������������������������������� None Series������������������������������������������� Never met

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������14-18 Conference Record / Finish��������� 4-12 / 8th Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason�������������MSC Quarterfinals Series��������������������������������������������Bethel 1-0

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������20-11 Conference Record / Finish����������� 9-9 / 7th Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason������������ MCC Quarterfinals Series���������������������������������������� Taylor 26-23

MU HOLIDAY CLASSIC

December 14-15 . Marian University . Indianapolis, Ind. CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN Location�������������������������������Cincinnati, Ohio Nickname������������������������������������������� Eagles Colors�������������������������������������Purple & Gold Conference������������ Kentucky Intercollegiate Affiliation���������������������������� NAIA Division II

MARIAN Location�����������������������������Indianapolis, Ind. Nickname����������������������������������������� Knights Colors��������������������������� Marian Blue & Gold Conference��������������������� Crossroads League Affiliation���������������������������� NAIA Division II

WILBERFORCE Location����������������������������Wilberforce, Ohio Nickname��������������������������������������� Bulldogs Colors������������������������������������� Green & Gold Conference����������������������American Mideast Affiliation���������������������������� NAIA Division II

Head Coach�����������������������������������Ken Tracy Record at School / Years������������������� 0-0 / 0

Head Coach�����������������������������Todd Lickliter Record at School / Years������������������� 0-0 / 0

Head Coach�������������������������������Terry Futrell Record at School / Years��������������� 13-19 / 1

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������11-17 Conference Record / Finish����������� 5-8 / 5th Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason����������������� KIAC Semifinals Series������������������������������������������� Never met

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������20-11 Conference Record / Finish��������� 11-7 / 3rd Final Rating��������������������������������������� No. 18 2012 Postseason������������� NAIA DII Sweet 16 Series����������������������������������������Bethel 43-32

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������13-19 Conference Record / Finish����������� 8-4 / 3rd Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason����������������� AMC Semifinals Series��������������������������������������������Bethel 1-0

MIAMI GARDENS CLASSIC

December 28-29 . St. Thomas University . Miami Gardens, Fla. FLORIDA MEMORIAL ST. THOMAS TALLEDEGA Location������������������������ Miami Gardens, Fla. Location������������������������ Miami Gardens, Fla. Location��������������������������������� Talledega, Ala. Nickname���������������������������������������������Lions Nickname���������������������������������������� Bobcats Nickname������������������������������������ Tornadoes Colors������������������������ Blue, Orange & White Colors�������Navy, Columbia Blue & Burgandy Colors���������������������������������� Crimson & Blue Conference�������������������������������������� The Sun Conference�������������������������������������� The Sun Conference��������������������� Gulf Coast Athletic Affiliation���������������������������� NAIA Division II Affiliation���������������������������� NAIA Division II Affiliation����������������������������� NAIA DIvision I Head Coach������������������������� Kenny Bellinger Record at School / Years��������������� 37-78 / 4

Head Coach����������������������������� Patrick Gayle Record at School / Years������������������� 0-0 / 0

Head Coach���������������������������������Matt Cross Record at School / Years������������������� 0-0 / 0

2011-12 Record�������������������������������������6-22 Conference Record / Finish��������� 3-13 / 9th Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason���������� The Sun First Round Series��������������������������������������������Bethel 2-1

2011-12 Record�������������������������������������22-7 Conference Record / Finish�������� 14-2 / 2nd Final Rating��������������������������������������� No. 10 2012 Postseason������������� NAIA DII Sweet 16 Series��������������������������������������������Bethel 3-0

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������11-19 Conference Record / Finish����������� 8-6 / 5th Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason����������� GCAC Quarterfinals Series������������������������������������������� Never met

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November 9-10 . Bethel College . Mishawaka, Ind. GREAT LAKES CHRISTIAN Location��������������������������������� Lansing, Mich. Nickname������������������������������������� Crusaders Colors���������������������������� Royal Blue & White Conference������������������������������������������ None Affiliation������������������������� NCCAA Division II

INDIANA DABNEY Location������������������������������� Hammond, Ind. Nickname���������������������������������������������Lions Colors���������������������������������������Black & Gold Conference������������������������������������������ None Affiliation���������������������������������� Unavailable

MARIAN Location�����������������������������Indianapolis, Ind. Nickname����������������������������������������� Knights Colors��������������������������� Marian Blue & Gold Conference��������������������� Crossroads League Affiliation���������������������������� NAIA Division II

Head Coach�������������������������John Piercefield Record at School / Years����������� Unavailable

Head Coach������������������������Fernando Bowie Record at School / Years����������� Unavailable

Head Coach�����������������������������Todd Lickliter Record at School / Years������������������� 0-0 / 0

2011-12 Record������������������������� Unavailable Conference Record / Finish������ Unavailable Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason��������������������������������� None Series��������������������������������������������Bethel 1-0

2011-12 Record������������������������� Unavailable Conference Record / Finish������ Unavailable Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason��������������������������������� None Series��������������������������������������������Bethel 1-0

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������20-11 Conference Record / Finish��������� 11-7 / 3rd Final Rating��������������������������������������� No. 18 2012 Postseason������������� NAIA DII Sweet 16 Series����������������������������������������Bethel 43-32

OTHER NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS ANDREWS Location���������������������Berrien Springs, Mich. Nickname�������������������������������������� Cardinals Colors���������������������������������������� Red & Black Conference������������������������������ Independent Affiliation��������������������������USCAA Division II

HOLY CROSS Location���������������������������� Notre Dame, Ind. Nickname��������������������������������������������Saints Colors���������������������������������� Maroon & Gray Conference���������������Chicagoland Collegiate Affiliation���������������������������� NAIA Division II

IU SOUTH BEND Location����������������������������� South Bend, Ind. Nickname������������������������������������������� Titans Colors���������������������������������������Red & White Conference���������������Chicagoland Collegiate Affiliation����������������������������� NAIA Division I

Head Coach�����������������������������David Jardine Record at School / Years����������� Unavailable

Head Coach��������������������Bob Schermerhorn Record at School / Years��������������� 18-44 / 2

Head Coach��������������������������������� Chad Tapp Record at School / Years��������������� 27-35 / 2

2011-12 Record������������������������� Unavailable Conference Record / Finish������ Unavailable Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason���USCAA National Champs Series��������������������������������������������Bethel 2-0

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������14-17 Conference Record / Finish����������� 7-7 / 3rd Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason���������������� CCAC Semifinals Series��������������������������������������������Bethel 8-0

2011-12 Record�����������������������������������16-15 Conference Record / Finish����������� 5-5 / 4th Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason����������� CCAC Quarterfinals Series������������������������������������������Bethel 55-6

ROCHESTER Location����������������������������� Rochester, Mich. Nickname��������������������������������������� Warriors Colors��������������������������������Crimson & White Conference�������������������������������� Unavailable Affiliation���������������������������USCAA Division I

UM DEARBORN Location������������������������������Dearborn, Mich. Nickname����������������������������������������� Wolves Colors��������������������������������������Maize & Blue Conference��������������������� Wolverine-Hoosier Affiliation���������������������������� NAIA Division II

Head Coach���������������������������� Klint Pleasant Record at School / Years�����������������������26-8

Head Coach��������������������������� John Mackson Record at School / Years����������������� 3-27 / 1

2011-12 Record�������������������������������������26-8 Conference Record / Finish������ Unavailable Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason����������� USCAA Runners-Up Series������������������������������������������� Never met

2011-12 Record�������������������������������������3-27 Conference Record / Finish��������� 2-16 / 9th Final Rating�����������������������������������Not rated 2012 Postseason��������������������������������� None Series��������������������������������������������Bethel 4-1

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League Commissioner J.D. Collins initiated a re-brand effort to update and revive the identity of the Central Indiana based athletic conference. In the Fall of 2011, Collins began the re-brand process by performing a thorough primary research study to replace the current brand. By involving institution Presidents, Athletic Directors, Coaches, and Sports Information Directors in the research study, Collins found that his intuitions about the state of the brand were consistent among institution leadership. The League Commissioner then summoned a team to complete the re-brand effort. Collins put together an internal brand committee of institution leaders, and worked closely with a college athletics consultant, 2D Consulting. The conference then hired Intersection, a branding agency, to take the lead on re-creating the name and visual identity. Partnerships with these groups took shape in early 2012. The creation of the new brand took several factors into account; the conference’s location in the Midwest, each institution being faith-based, and communicating elite athletics. “Our League now communicates, both visually and through the name, all of the things our institutions hold dear;

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our unique faith, top-flight athletics, and our foundation in the Midwest”, said Collins. Collins’ strong satisfaction with the brand was echoed unanimously by all ten institution Presidents when Intersection presented the new brand in late April. Moving forward, the Crossroads League’s commitment to academic excellence, competitive athletics, and a life of strong faith application will not waver. The League will continue to compete regularly in the NAIA’s national tournaments as well as continuing to produce the nation’s top Academic All-Americans year in and year out. The Crossroads League is a ten-institution athletic conference in the NAIA. The Crossroads League offers 15 year round sports throughout Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. The league will continue to be a pioneer in academic excellence, competitive athletics and a faith-driven focus both on and off the field. The Crossroads League consists of ten colleges and universities: Bethel College (Mishawaka, IN); Goshen College (Goshen, IN); Grace College (Winona Lake, IN); Huntington University (Huntington, IN); Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion, IN);

Marian University (Indianapolis, IN); Mount Vernon Nazarene University (Mount Vernon, OH); University of Saint Francis (Fort Wayne, IN); Spring Arbor University (Spring Arbor, MI); and Taylor University (Upland, IN). Contact: J.D. Collins - Crossroads League Commissioner Phone: 765-748-1776 Email: jdcollinsref@yahoo.com Website: www.CrossroadsLeague.com


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LEAGUE SCHEDULE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20 Spring Arbor @ Bethel Indiana Wesleyan @ Marian Mt. Vernon Nazarene @ Grace Goshen @ Taylor Huntington @ St. Francis

TUESDAY, JANUARY 15 Huntington @ Bethel St. Francis @ Indiana Wesleyan Taylor @ Spring Arbor Marian @ Grace Goshen @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 Grace @ Bethel Indiana Wesleyan @ Taylor Spring Arbor @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene Huntington @ Goshen Marian @ St. Francis

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27 Bethel @ Goshen Grace @ Indiana Wesleyan St. Francis @ Spring Arbor Taylor @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene Marian @ Huntington

SATURDAY, JANUARY 19 Bethel @ Spring Arbor Marian @ Indiana Wesleyan Taylor @ Goshen St. Francis @ Huntington Grace @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Bethel @ Marian Goshen @ Indiana Wesleyan Spring Arbor @ Huntington Mt. Vernon Nazarene @ St. Francis Taylor @ Grace

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1 Taylor @ Bethel Mt. Vernon Nazarene @ Indiana Wesleyan Spring Arbor @ Marian Huntington @ Grace Goshen @ St. Francis

TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 Goshen @ Bethel Indiana Wesleyan @ Grace Spring Arbor @ St. Francis Huntington @ Marian Mt. Vernon Nazarene @ Taylor

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Crossroads League Quarterfinals

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2 Bethel @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene Indiana Wesleyan @ Huntington Grace @ Spring Arbor St. Francis @ Taylor Marian @ Goshen

SATURDAY, JANUARY 26 Bethel @ Taylor Indiana Wesleyan @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene Marian @ Spring Arbor Grace @ Huntington St. Francis @ Goshen

SATURDAY, JANUARY 5 Bethel @ St. Francis Spring Arbor @ Indiana Wesleyan Goshen @ Grace Mt. Vernon Nazarene @ Huntington Taylor @ Marian

TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 Huntington @ Indiana Wesleyan Spring Arbor @ Grace Goshen @ Marian Taylor @ St. Francis Mt. Vernon Nazarene @ Bethel (Wed. 30)

TUESDAY, JANUARY 8 Marian @ Bethel Indiana Wesleyan @ Goshen Huntington @ Spring Arbor St. Francis @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene Grace @ Taylor

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 St. Francis @ Bethel Indiana Wesleyan @ Spring Arbor Huntington @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene Grace @ Goshen Marian @ Taylor

THURSDAY, JANUARY 10 Bethel @ Grace Taylor @ Indiana Wesleyan Mt. Vernon Nazarene @ Spring Arbor Goshen @ Huntington St. Francis @ Marian

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5 Bethel @ Huntington Indiana Wesleyan @ St. Francis Spring Arbor @ Taylor Grace @ Marian Mt. Vernon Nazarene @ Goshen

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12 Indiana Wesleyan @ Bethel Spring Arbor @ Goshen Grace @ St. Francis Huntington @ Taylor Mt. Vernon Nazarene @ Marian

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 Bethel @ Indiana Wesleyan Goshen @ Spring Arbor Taylor @ Huntington St. Francis @ Grace Marian @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Crossroads League Semifinals TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 Crossroads League Championship

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GOSHEN

GRACE

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location������������������������������������������������������������������������� Goshen, Ind. Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1894 Enrollment�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������861 President������������������������������������������������������������� Dr. Jim Brenneman Website����������������������������������������������������� http://www.goshen.edu/

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location����������������������������������������������������������������� Winona Lake, Ind. Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1948 Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������������������������1300 President����������������������������������������������������������� Dr. Ronald Manahan Website�������������������������������������������������������� http://www.grace.edu/

SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname����������������������������������������������������������������������� Maple Leafs Colors������������������������������������������������������������������������ Purple & White NAIA Affiliation��������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Division II Facilities����������������������� Roman Gingerich Recreation-Fitness Center Arena����������������������������������������������������������������� Gunden Gymnasium Website������������������������������������������������������ http://www.goleafs.net/

SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname�������������������������������������������������������������������������������Lancers Colors���������������������������������������������������������������������������� Red & White NAIA Affiliation��������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Division II Facilities������������������������������������������������� Orthopaedic Capital Center Arena���������������������������������������������������������������������������� Kessler Court Website����������������������������������������� http://www.grace.edu/athletics/

Athletic Director������������������������������������������������������������� Tim Demant Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (574) 535-7491 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (574) 535-7531 Mailing Address�������������������������������������������������������1700 S. Main St.  Goshen, IN 46526 Faculty Representative������������������������������������������ Michelle Horning Sports Information Director�����������������������������������������Josh Gleason Email����������������������������������������������������������������� joshag@goshen.edu Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (574) 535-7497

Athletic Director�������������������������������������������������������Bailey Weathers Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (574) 372-5100 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (574) 372-5137 Mailing Address����������������������������������������������������� 200 Seminary Dr.  Winona Lake, IN 46590 Faculty Representative�������������������������������������������Michael Harstine Sports Information Director�����������������������������������������Josh Neuhart Email�������������������������������������������������������������� sportsinfo@grace.edu Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (574) 372-5100

COACHING STAFF Head Coach���������������������������������������������������������������������Gary Chupp Record at School / Years����������������������������������������������������� 81-72 / 5 Record vs. Bethel������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3-7 Assistant Coach���������������������������������������������������������������� Steve Case Assistant Coach��������������������������������������������������������Brandon Lokken

COACHING STAFF Head Coach���������������������������������������������������������������������� Jim Kessler Record at School / Years����������������������������������������������������� 655- / 35 Record vs. Bethel��������������������������������������������������������������������� 31-51 Assistant Coach����������������������������������������������������������������������Jon Yeh Assistant Coach������������������������������������������������������������ Don Zawlocki

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record����������������������������������������������������������� 18-13 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish���������������������������������8-10 / 8th Final NAIA DII Poll Rating�������������������������������������������������� Not rated 2012 Postseason�������������������������������������������������� MCC Quarterfinals

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record������������������������������������������������������������� 24-8 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish�������������������������������� 12-6 / 2nd Final NAIA DII Poll Rating������������������������������������������������������� No. 12 2012 Postseason����������������������������������������������� NAIA DII First Round

LAST FIVE MEETINGS Current Series Streak����������������������������������������������������� Goshen W-3 Jan. 30, 2010......... at Goshen.....................Win����������������������� 73-71 Jan. 4, 2011........... at Goshen.....................Win����������������������� 70-56 Feb. 1, 2011........... at Bethel...................... Loss������������������� 73-77 ot Nov. 30, 2011......... at Bethel...................... Loss����������������������� 81-88 Jan. 24, 2012......... at Goshen.................... Loss����������������������� 84-92

LAST FIVE MEETINGS Current Series Streak�������������������������������������������������������� Grace W-4 Jan. 23, 2010......... at Grace........................Win����������������������� 81-71 Dec. 1, 2010........... at Grace....................... Loss........................ 76-84 Jan. 25, 2011......... at Bethel...................... Loss........................ 82-87 Jan. 10, 2012......... at Bethel...................... Loss........................ 69-77 Feb. 14, 2012......... at Grace....................... Loss................ 97-100 2ot

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HUNTINGTON

INDIANA WESLEYAN

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location������������������������������������������������������������������� Huntington, Ind. Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1897 Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������������������������1275 President������������������������������������������������������������ Dr. G. Blair Dowden Website����������������������������������������������� http://www.huntington.edu/

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location�������������������������������������������������������������������������� Marion, Ind. Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1920 Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������������������������3200 President������������������������������������������������������������������ Dr. Henry Smith Website������������������������������������������������������http://www.indwes.edu/

FORESTERS

WILDCATS

SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname���������������������������������������������������������������������������� Foresters Colors��������������������������������������������������������������Forest Green & White NAIA Affiliation��������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Division II Facilities����������Merillat Physical Education and Recreation Complex Arena�������������������������������������������������������������������������������Varsity Gym Website�������������������������������� http://www.huntington.edu/athletics/

SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname����������������������������������������������������������������������������� Wildcats Colors������������������������������������������������������������������ Red, Gray, & White NAIA Affiliation��������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Division II Facilities������������������������������������������Recreation and Wellness Center Arena���������������������������������������������������������������������������� Luckey Arena Website����������������������������������������������� http://www.iwuwildcats.com/

Athletic Director���������������������������������������������������������������� Lori Culler Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (260) 359-4213 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (260) 359-4295 Mailing Address���������������������������������������������������� 2303 College Ave.  Huntington, IN 46750 Faculty Representative������������������������������������������ Dr. Matthew Ruiz Sports Information Director����������������������������������������Joanne Green Email����������������������������������������������������������� jgreen@huntington.edu Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (260) 359-4295

Athletic Director������������������������������������������������������ Mark DeMichael Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (765) 677-2318 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (765) 677-2328 Mailing Address��������������������������������������������4201 S. Washington St.  Marion, IN 46953 Faculty Representative����������������������������������������� Dr. Matthew Mize Sports Information Director����������������������������������������� Kyle Schmidt Email������������������������������������������������������� Kyle.Schmidt@indwes.edu Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (765) 677-1938

COACHING STAFF Head Coach���������������������������������������������������������������������������� Ty Platt Record at School / Years����������������������������������������������������� 74-51 / 4 Record vs. Bethel������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-6 Assistant Coach�������������������������������������������������������������� Mark Green Assistant Coach�������������������������������������������������������� Jamie Hotchkiss Assistant Coach��������������������������������������������������������� Jeremy Henney

COACHING STAFF Head Coach�������������������������������������������������������������������Greg Tonagel Record at School / Years��������������������������������������������������� 178-63 / 7 Record vs. Bethel����������������������������������������������������������������������� 10-7 Assistant Coach������������������������������������������������������������������� Jeff Clark Assistant Coach����������������������������������������������������������� Ethan Whaley Assistant Coach���������������������������������������������������������� Aaron Butcher Assistant Coach��������������������������������������������������������� David Dimmich Assistant Coach������������������������������������������������������������� Fred Hodson

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record����������������������������������������������������������� 17-14 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish�����������������������������������9-9 / 5th Final NAIA DII Poll Rating�������������������������������������������������� Not rated 2012 Postseason�������������������������������������������������� MCC Quarterfinals

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record����������������������������������������������������������� 21-12 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish��������������������������������� 12-6 / 1st Final NAIA DII Poll Rating������������������������������������������������������� No. 16 2012 Postseason����������������������������������������������� NAIA DII First Round

LAST FIVE MEETINGS Current Series Streak�������������������������������������������������������Bethel W-2 Feb. 6, 2010........... at Bethel.......................Win����������������������� 79-62 Jan. 8, 2011........... at Bethel.......................Win����������������������� 80-73 Feb. 8, 2011........... at Huntington.............. Loss........................ 76-90 Jan. 17, 2012......... at Huntington...............Win........................ 84-77 Feb. 7, 2012........... at Bethel.......................Win����������������������� 89-80

LAST FIVE MEETINGS Current Series Streak������������������������������������� Indiana Wesleyan W-1 Dec. 4, 2010........... at Bethel...................... Loss����������������������� 86-92 Jan. 29, 2011......... at Indiana Wesleyan.... Loss........................ 61-70 Feb. 23, 2011......... at Indiana Wesleyan.... Loss........................ 80-86 Jan. 14, 2012......... at Indiana Wesleyan.....Win........................ 83-80 Feb. 11, 2012......... at Bethel...................... Loss........................ 87-94

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MARIAN

MOUNT VERNON NAZARENE

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location������������������������������������������������������������������ Indianapolis, Ind. Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1936 Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������������������������2300 President������������������������������������������������������������������Daniel J. Elsener Website������������������������������������������������������� http://www.marian.edu

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location�������������������������������������������������������������Mount Vernon, Ohio Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1964 Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������������������������2622 President������������������������������������������������������������� Dr. Daniel J. Martin Website��������������������������������������������������������� http://www.mvnu.edu

KNIGHTS

COUGARS

SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Knights Colors����������������������������������������������������������������� Marian Blue & Gold NAIA Affiliation��������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Division II Facilities��������������������������������������������������� Physical Education Center Arena��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� The Castle Website������������������������������������������������� http://www.muknights.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Cougars Colors��������������������������������������������������������������������������� Blue & Green NAIA Affiliation��������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Division II Facilities�������������������������������������������������� Donoho Recreation Center Arena�������������������������������������������������������� Physical Education Center Website����������������������������� http://www.mvnu.edu/sports/index.asp

Athletic Director���������������������������������������������������� Stephen Downing Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (317) 955-6351 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (317) 955-6121 Mailing Address����������������������������������������������� 3200 Cold Spring Rd.  Indianapolis, IN 46222 Faculty Representative��������������������������������������������������Jeff McClure Sports Information Director��������������������������������������Geoff Sherman Email������������������������������������������������������������gsherman@marian.edu Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (317) 955-6125

Athletic Director�����������������������������������������������������������Paul Swanson Department Phone���������������������������������������� (740) 392-6868 x3106 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (740) 392-5079 Mailing Address������������������������������������������������800 Martinsburg Rd.  Mount Vernon, OH 43050 Faculty Representative�������������������������������������������� Rick Williamson Sports Information Director���������������������������������������� Dave Parsons Email��������������������������������������������������������������� dparsons@mvnu.edu Department Phone���������������������������������������� (740) 392-6868 x3112

COACHING STAFF Head Coach������������������������������������������������������������������ Todd Lickliter Record at School / Years��������������������������������������������������������� 0-0 / 0 Record vs. Bethel������������������������������������������������������������������������� 0-0 Assistant Coach������������������������������������������������������������ Scott Fleming

COACHING STAFF Head Coach�������������������������������������������������������������������� Matt Moore Record at School / Years����������������������������������������������������� 38-52 / 3 Record vs. Bethel������������������������������������������������������������������������� 0-2 Assistant Coach������������������������������������������������������������������� Pat Sayre Assistant Coach����������������������������������������������������������� Bill Champion Assistant Coach����������������������������������������������������������Steve Kaufman

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record����������������������������������������������������������� 20-11 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish���������������������������������11-7 / 3rd Final NAIA DII Poll Rating������������������������������������������������������� No. 18 2012 Postseason�������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Sweet 16

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record������������������������������������������������������������� 9-21 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish�������������������������������3-15 / 10th Final NAIA DII Poll Rating�������������������������������������������������� Not rated 2012 Postseason����������������������������������������������������������������������� None

LAST FIVE MEETINGS Current Series Streak������������������������������������������������������Marian W-1 Feb. 24, 2010......... at Bethel.......................Win........................ 89-57 Jan. 11, 2011......... at Marian..................... Loss........................ 68-80 Feb. 12, 2011......... at Bethel.......................Win........................ 69-63 Jan. 7, 2012........... at Marian......................Win........................ 70-55 Feb. 18, 2012......... at Bethel...................... Loss����������������������� 61-80

LAST FIVE MEETINGS Current Series Streak�������������������������������������������������������Bethel W-2 Nov. 13, 1993......... at Mt. Vernon...............Win.................. 102-96 ot Nov. 22, 2002......... neutral......................... Loss��������������������� 96-101 Mar. 19, 2004........ neutral......................... Loss........................ 66-79 Jan. 3, 2012........... at Bethel.......................Win����������������������� 89-77 Jan. 31, 2012......... at Mt. Vernon...............Win........................ 87-66

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ELEVATE

SAINT FRANCIS

SPRING ARBOR

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location������������������������������������������������������������������� Fort Wayne, Ind. Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1890 Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������������������������2350 President������������������������������������������������������������������ Sr. M. Elise Kriss Website���������������������������������������������������������������http://www.sf.edu/

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location��������������������������������������������������������������� Spring Arbor, Mich. Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1873 Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������������������������1700 President������������������������������������������������������������Dr. Charles H. Webb Website���������������������������������������������������������http://www.arbor.edu/

COUGARS

COUGARS

SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Cougars Colors������������������������������������������������������������������Royal Blue & White NAIA Affiliation��������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Division II Facilities���������������������������������������������������������Hutzell Athletic Center Arena��������������������������������������������������������������Hutzell Athletic Center Website����������������������������������� http://www.saintfranciscougars.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Cougars Colors����������������������������������������������������������������������������� Blue & Gold NAIA Affiliation��������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Division II Facilities������������������������������������� Spring Arbor University Fieldhouse Arena����������������������������������������������������������������� Dunckel Gymnasium Website������������������������������������������������ http://www.saucougars.com

Athletic Director������������������������������������������������������� Mike McCaffrey Department Phone���������������������������������������� (260) 399-7700 x6250 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (260) 399-8174 Mailing Address���������������������������������������������������������2701 Spring St.  Fort Wayne, IN 46808 Faculty Representative��������������������������������������������������� Matt Fisher Sports Information Director������������������������������������������������Bill Scott Email���������������������������������������������������������������������������bscott@sf.edu Department Phone���������������������������������������� (260) 399-7700 x6223

Athletic Director����������������������������������������������������� Ryan Cottingham Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (517) 750-6502 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (517) 750-2745 Mailing Address���������������������������������������������������������106 E. Main St.  Spring Arbor, MI 49283 Faculty Representative������������������������������������������������� Chuck White Sports Information Director�������������������������������������� David Mayotte Email��������������������������������������������������������david.mayotte@arbor.edu Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (517) 750-6504

COACHING STAFF Head Coach������������������������������������������������������������������ Chad LaCross Record at School / Years����������������������������������������������������� 51-23 / 2 Record vs. Bethel������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-0 Assistant Coach����������������������������������������������������������������Gay Martin Assistant Coach�������������������������������������������������������������� Mitch Smith Assistant Coach�������������������������������������������������������� Luke Cummings

COACHING STAFF Head Coach������������������������������������������������������������ Ryan Cottingham Record at School / Years��������������������������������������������������� 238-? / 13 Record vs. Bethel��������������������������������������������������������������������� 11-11 Assistant Coach������������������������������������������������������������� Brian Snyder Assistant Coach�������������������������������������������������������� Creighton Burns Assistant Coach����������������������������������������������������������Brandon Baum Assistant Coach����������������������������������������������������������������� Joe Kulaga

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record����������������������������������������������������������� 23-13 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish���������������������������������10-8 / 4th Final NAIA DII Poll Rating������������������������������������������������������� No. 19 2012 Postseason������������������������������������������������� NAIA DII Elite Eight

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record����������������������������������������������������������� 18-14 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish�����������������������������������9-9 / 6th Final NAIA DII Poll Rating�������������������������������������������������� Not rated 2012 Postseason�������������������������������������������������� MCC Quarterfinals

LAST FIVE MEETINGS Current Series Streak��������������������������������������������� Saint Francis W-4 Feb. 20, 2010......... at St. Francis.................Win����������������������� 95-68 Nov. 23, 2010......... at Bethel...................... Loss����������������������� 62-65 Jan. 22, 2011......... at St. Francis................ Loss........................ 65-72 Jan. 5, 2012........... at Bethel...................... Loss����������������������� 58-69 Feb. 4, 2012........... at St. Francis................ Loss...................... 72-108

LAST FIVE MEETINGS Current Series Streak��������������������������������������������� Spring Arbor W-1 Feb. 27, 2010......... at Bethel.......................Win����������������������� 65-67 Jan. 6, 2011........... at Spring Arbor.............Win........................ 61-59 Feb. 5, 2011........... at Bethel...................... Loss........................ 53-67 Nov. 22, 2011......... at Spring Arbor.............Win........................ 76-74 Jan. 21, 2012......... at Bethel...................... Loss........................ 62-64

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TAYLOR

TROJANS

2011-12 CROSSROADS LEAGUE AWARDS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Caleb Kennedy, Sr., Huntington

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location�������������������������������������������������������������������������� Upland, Ind. Founded�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1846 Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������������������������1900 President������������������������������������������������������ Dr. Eugene B. Habecker Website�������������������������������������������������������� http://www.taylor.edu/

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

SPORTS INFORMATION Nickname������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Trojans Colors�������������������������������������������������������������������������� Purple & Gold NAIA Affiliation��������������������������������������������������������� NAIA Division II Facilities������������������������������������������ Kesler Student Activities Center Arena��������������������������������������������������������������������������������Odle Arena Website�����������������������������������������������������http://athletics.taylor.edu

John Grimes, Marian

Athletic Director�������������������������������������������������Dr. Angie Fincannon Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (765) 998-5182 Department Fax�������������������������������������������������������� (765) 998-4920 Mailing Address��������������������������������������������������� 236 W. Reade Ave.  Upland, IN 46989 Faculty Representative������������������������������������������������������� Dan King Sports Information Director������������������������������Ted Bowers, interim Sports Information Director����������������������� Cameron Andry, interim Department Phone��������������������������������������������������� (765) 998-4590

*Repeat First Team All-Conference

COACHING STAFF Head Coach�����������������������������������������������������������������Paul Patterson Record at School / Years����������������������������������������������� 713-363 / 33 Record vs. Bethel��������������������������������������������������������������������� 21-22 Assistant Coach��������������������������������������������������������������� Brad Zarges Assistant Coach�������������������������������������������������������������� Drew Tower

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record����������������������������������������������������������� 20-11 2011-12 Conference Record / Finish�����������������������������������9-9 / 7th Final NAIA DII Poll Rating�������������������������������������������������� Not rated 2012 Postseason�������������������������������������������������� MCC Quarterfinals LAST FIVE MEETINGS Current Series Streak��������������������������������������������������������Taylor W-4 Feb. 16, 2010......... at Bethel.......................Win........................ 70-57 Jan. 18, 2011......... at Bethel...................... Loss........................ 57-70 Feb. 19, 2011......... at Taylor....................... Loss........................ 75-77 Dec. 3, 2011........... at Taylor....................... Loss........................ 67-85 Jan. 28, 2012......... at Bethel...................... Loss........................ 61-70

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George Jones IV, Jr., Indiana Wesleyan

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Zach Miller, Fr., Bethel

COACH OF THE YEAR FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Chris Bellamy, Jr., Spring Arbor Casey Coons, Jr., Taylor Bruce Grimm, Jr., Jr., Grace * Caleb Kennedy, Sr. Huntington Qadr Owens, Sr., St. Francis

SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Aaron Evans, Jr., Marian Patrick Hopkins, Jr., Indiana Wesleyan Duke Johnson, Sr., Grace Alex Sylvester, Sr., Marian Jordan Weidner, So., Indiana Wesleyan

THIRD TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Kody Chandler, Fr., Goshen Shane Merryman, So., Huntington Greg Miller, So., Grace Zach Miller, Fr., Bethel Derrick Troyer, Fr., Indiana Wesleyan

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-CONFERENCE Kevin Dawson, Sr., St. Francis Rob Hogans, So., Spring Arbor Matt Howe, Jr., Spring Arbor George Jones, IV, Jr., Indiana Wesleyan Nate Kasper, Jr., Taylor Scott Kohne, So., St. Francis Robbie Taylor, Sr., Mt. Vernon Nazarene

DEFENSIVE TEAM

Kevin Dawson, Sr., St. Francis Bruce Grimm, Jr., Jr., Grace George Jones, IV, Jr., Indiana Wesleyan Caleb Kennedy, Sr., Huntington Matt Van Pelt, Jr., Spring Arbor

NEWCOMER TEAM

Mike Betcher, Jr., Goshen Ryan Boester, Fr., Huntington Kody Chandler, Fr., Goshen Zach Miller, Fr., Bethel Seth Small, Fr., St. Francis


ELEVATE

ALL-TIME SERIES ADRIAN�������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

(H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-1)

1984-85......N....... W��������������� 72-70

3/15/08......N........ L���������������� 69-73 3/14/09......N....... W��������������� 82-77

ALMA������������������������������������ 5-0 (H: 1-0, A: 1-0, N: 3-0)

BETHANY������������������������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/28/87....N....... W��������������� 80-79 11/23/90....N....... W������������� 109-87 11/22/91....N....... W��������������� 97-92 12/29/01....A....... W��������������� 83-66 12/12/03....H....... W������������� 105-79

ANCILLA������������������������������� 2-0 (H: 2-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

12/11/87....H....... W������������� 120-71 12/7/90......H....... W������������� 130-51

ANDERSON��������������������������� 1-4 (H: 0-0, A: 0-2, N: 1-2)

11/27/74....N........ L���������������� 55-79 11/26/75....N....... W��������������� 85-82 1978-79......A........ L���������������� 60-68 1985-86......A........ L���������������� 59-79 11/28/80....N........ L����������62-64 2ot

ANDREWS����������������������������� 2-0 (H: 2-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

11/19/02....H....... W������������� 124-59 12/14/02....H....... W������������� 104-59

AQUINAS������������������������������ 4-1 (H: 3-0, A: 1-1, N: 0-0)

12/27/02....N....... W������������� 110-72

BETHANY LUTHERAN������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/2/07........N....... W��������������� 91-78

BETHEL MINN.���������������������� 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

1981-82......H....... W��������������� 81-65

BETHEL TENN.����������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1969-70......N........ L���������������� 61-88 982-83........A........ L���������������� 60-65

BAPTIST BIBLE���������������������� 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

1/4/62........H....... W��������������� 87-70

BARAT��������������������������������� 16-4 (H: 9-0, A: 5-2, N: 2-2)

12/4/92......N....... W��������������� 73-68 2/11/93......A........ L���������������� 74-76 11/18/93....H....... W��������������� 89-82 1/8/94........A....... W��������������� 98-80 11/22/94....A....... W��������������� 64-56 2/16/95......H....... W������������� 114-84 12/1/95......N....... W������������� 108-65 2/15/96......A....... W��������������� 73-66 11/12/96....A....... W��������������� 87-68 12/13/96....H....... W��������������� 70-52 2/6/97........H....... W��������������� 85-53 11/11/97....A....... W������������� 103-80 2/5/98........H....... W������������� 114-71 12/9/98......H....... W������������� 114-85 12/7/99......H....... W��������������� 83-59 12/5/00......A........ L������������ 109-124 11/9/01......N........ L���������������� 83-98 11/8/02......N........ L������������ 102-105 10/31/03....H....... W����������� 123-102

BELLEVUE������������������������������ 1-1

CHAPMAN���������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/21/81....A........ L���������������� 62-80

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE������������ 1-2 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-2)

CINCINNATI BIBLE���������������� 2-0 (H: 1-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

11/23/79....N........ L���������������� 64-78

BLACK HILLS STATE��������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/13/99......N....... W��������������� 89-72

BLACKBURN�������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/28/85....N....... W��������������� 68-64

BRIAR CLIFF�������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

AZUZA PACIFIC���������������������� 0-2 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-1)

1/2/86........A........ L���������������� 42-65

BIOLA����������������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

ASBURY�������������������������������� 5-1 (H: 1-1, A: 1-0, N: 3-0)

11/24/79....N........ L���������������� 78-85

CHAMINADE�������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/18/09....N....... W��������������� 95-56

BLUFFTON����������������������������� 3-0 (H: 1-0, A: 1-0, N: 1-0)

AURORA�������������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

11/24/00....A....... W��������������� 78-65 11/16/02....A....... W��������������� 93-85

3/16/90......N........ L���������������� 90-95 3/18/00......N....... W��������������� 83-82 3/22/03......N........ L���������������� 86-96

1/18/75......H....... W��������������� 82-71 1/17/76......A........ L���������������� 72-96 11/10/06....H....... W��������������� 95-79 11/19/10....H....... W��������������� 62-55 11/8/11......A....... W��������������� 81-79

1/7/59........H........ L���������������� 62-65 1959-60......A....... W��������������� 58-49 12/15/64....H....... W������������� 116-78 3/16/00......N....... W��������������� 93-84 3/18/04......N....... W��������������� 88-83 3/17/05......N....... W��������������� 83-42

CENTRAL BIBLE��������������������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 2-0, N: 0-0)

11/26/88....N....... W������������� 108-77 1/9/91........A....... W��������������� 70-67 2/3/93........H....... W��������������� 97-69

3/13/98......N....... W����������� 107-100

BRYAN���������������������������������� 5-2 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 4-2)

11/30/74....N....... W��������������� 75-74 11/26/76....N....... W��������������� 70-66 12/17/76....N........ L���������������� 79-89 11/25/77....N....... W��������������� 75-57 11/24/78....N........ L���������������� 48-65 11/21/79....N....... W��������������� 68-62 1/4/88........A....... W��������������� 74-71

BUENA VISTA������������������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/17/77....N....... W��������������� 79-78

CALUMET������������������������������ 4-0 (H: 4-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

1/11/01......H....... W������������� 105-64 12/9/05......H....... W��������������� 91-75 12/8/06......H....... W��������������� 84-77 11/8/08......H....... W������������� 114-66

CARDINAL STRITCH��������������� 3-1 (H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 3-0)

11/19/94....N....... W������������� 112-76 3/12/99......N....... W������������� 111-91 11/13/10....N....... W��������������� 75-65 12/10/11....H........ L���������������� 65-78

CEDARVILLE�������������������������� 5-6 (H: 3-1, A: 0-2, N: 2-3)

12/17/59....A........ L���������������� 56-92 11/28/69....N........ L���������������� 77-94 1970-71......N........ L���������������� 75-91 11/29/74....N........ L���������������� 76-78 1974-75......H........ L������������71-73 ot 1977-78......H....... W��������������� 89-75 3/19/92......N....... W����������� 114-101 12/11/01....H....... W��������������� 96-72 12/10/02....A........ L�������������� 81-103 12/19/03....H....... W������������� 106-97 12/29/09....N....... W��������������� 76-66

2/19/82......H....... W��������������� 98-89 12/16/82....A....... W��������������� 73-72

CIRCLEVILLE�������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

12/18/82....A....... W������������� 102-87

CLEARWATER CHRISTIAN������ 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 2-0, N: 0-0)

12/18/78....A....... W������������� 105-91 12/14/79....A....... W��������������� 80-63

COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS������� 1-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 1-0)

3/11/95......N....... W��������������� 99-67 3/16/09......A........ L���������������� 64-73

COLORADO CHRISTIAN���������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/15/90......N....... W��������������� 69-66

CONCORDIA IND.��������������� 24-14 (H: 13-6, A: 11-8, N: 0-0)

12/16/63....H........ L���������������� 72-91 1/20/64......A........ L�������������� 73-105 12/14/64....A........ L�������������� 89-100 1/22/65......H........ L���������������� 72-79 12/13/65....H....... W������������� 107-85 1/21/66......A....... W��������������� 83-69 12/13/66....A........ L���������������� 66-69 1/21/67......H....... W��������������� 80-76 12/12/67....H........ L���������������� 88-93 1/14/68......H........ L���������������� 73-83 1/20/68......A........ L�������������� 88-110 12/17/68....A........ L���������������� 87-88 11/25/69....H........ L���������������� 78-84 1/24/70......A........ L������������66-71 ot 12/15/70....A....... W��������������� 83-75 1/9/71........H....... W��������������� 89-83 11/29/71....H....... W��������������� 96-78 12/14/71....A....... W��������������� 96-92 12/12/72....A....... W��������������� 89-53 2/6/73........H....... W������������� 115-35 2/16/80......A........ L���������������� 59-61 2/14/81......H....... W��������������� 87-68 11/24/81....H....... W��������������� 80-56 1/7/82........A....... W��������������� 97-68 12/2/82......H....... W������������� 126-69 1/11/83......A....... W������������� 107-77 2/2/84........H....... W������������� 103-77 2/14/84......A....... W��������������� 79-68 11/27/84....H....... W������������� 109-84 1984-85......A....... W��������������� 72-70 11/21/85....H....... W��������������� 75-66 2/1/86........A........ L���������������� 67-68 1/12/87......A....... W��������������� 88-74 2/17/87......H........ L���������������� 80-98 11/17/87....A....... W��������������� 79-73 1/14/88......H....... W������������� 108-85 2/20/89......A....... W��������������� 97-78 11/14/89....H....... W������������� 100-93

BREAKDOWNS BY DECADE

1950s��������������������������������������������������������������������� 8-9 (.471) 1960s��������������������������������������������������������������� 92-122 (.430) 1970s������������������������������������������������������������� 177-117 (.602) 1980s��������������������������������������������������������������� 249-96 (.722) 1990s��������������������������������������������������������������� 320-62 (.838) 2000s������������������������������������������������������������� 224-125 (.642) 2010s����������������������������������������������������������������� 30-31 (.492)

BY MONTH

October/November����������������������������������������� 250-92 (.731) December�������������������������������������������������������� 228-97 (.702) January���������������������������������������������������������� 265-149 (.640) February�������������������������������������������������������� 242-147 (.622) March���������������������������������������������������������������� 76-33 (.697)

BY LOCATION

Home������������������������������������������������������������� 572-155 (.787) In Wiekamp������������������������������������������������ 166-57 (.744) In Goodman����������������������������������������������� 400-91 (.815) Away�������������������������������������������������������������� 365-337 (.520) Neutral������������������������������������������������������������ 162-71 (.695)

BY MARGIN

Double Digits������������������������������������������������� 706-247 (.741) 50+��������������������������������������������������������������� 48-0 (1.000) 40-49�������������������������������������������������������������� 52-3 (.945) 30-39������������������������������������������������������������ 97-23 (.808) 20-29���������������������������������������������������������� 177-53 (.770) 10-19�������������������������������������������������������� 333-168 (.666) Single Digits��������������������������������������������������� 392-314 (.555) One Possession���������������������������������������������� 150-133 (.530) One Point����������������������������������������������������������� 45-43 (.511)

BY POINTS SCORED

100 or more *�������������������������������������������������� 304-20 (.938) 90-99��������������������������������������������������������������� 238-66 (.783) 80-89������������������������������������������������������������� 284-125 (.694) 70-79������������������������������������������������������������� 188-144 (.566) 60-69��������������������������������������������������������������� 66-140 (.320) 50-59����������������������������������������������������������������� 14-54 (.206) 49 or fewer���������������������������������������������������������� 3-12 (.200)

BY POINTS ALLOWED

100 or more������������������������������������������������������� 38-91 (.294) 90-99��������������������������������������������������������������� 84-135 (.384) 80-89������������������������������������������������������������� 210-147 (.588) 70-79������������������������������������������������������������� 321-106 (.752) 60-69��������������������������������������������������������������� 272-73 (.788) 50-59����������������������������������������������������������������� 134-9 (.937) 49 or fewer�������������������������������������������������������� 38-0 (1.000)

BY RANKING

Based on NAIA DII rankings since 1991-92 When Top 25��������������������������������������������������� 392-77 (.836) When Top 10��������������������������������������������������� 295-48 (.860) When No. 1����������������������������������������������������� 119-19 (.862) vs. Top 25����������������������������������������������������������� 64-76 (.457) vs. Top 10����������������������������������������������������������� 21-39 (.350) vs. No. 1����������������������������������������������������������������� 0-4 (.000)

MISCELLANEOUS

In League Play������������������������������������������������ 243-145 (.626) In Overtime������������������������������������������������������� 34-28 (.548) * For a complete list of every Pilots’ 100-point game, turn to pages 106-107.

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

CONCORDIA MICH.���������������� 4-1 (H: 3-0, A: 0-1, N: 1-0)

11/10/95....N....... W������������� 105-62 11/2/07......H....... W��������������� 77-54 12/12/09....H....... W��������������� 84-46 11/16/10....H....... W��������������� 77-58 11/15/11....A........ L���������������� 78-86

12/28/05....A........ L���������������� 60-76 12/30/08....A....... W��������������� 73-58 12/29/10....A....... W��������������� 74-73

COVENANT���������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

FLORIDA SOUTHERN�������������� 0-3 (H: 0-0, A: 0-3, N: 0-0)

1986-87......N....... W��������������� 86-75

CONCORDIA WISC.���������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

CROWN��������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

CORNERSTONE�������������������� 62-8 (H: 34-1, A: 24-5, N: 4-2)

CULVER STOCKTON���������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/2/96........N....... W������������� 111-71

as Grand Rapids Baptist 2/12/66......A....... W������������� 110-82 1/15/66......H....... W������������� 108-77 12/2/67......A....... W������������� 115-69 11/12/66....H....... W��������������� 94-77 12/10/68....H....... W��������������� 97-54 1968-69......A....... W��������������� 95-81 12/13/69....A....... W��������������� 93-82 12/20/69....N....... W��������������� 84-68 11/17/70....A....... W������������� 109-78 12/12/70....H....... W������������� 105-92 11/19/71....H....... W��������������� 86-75 12/11/71....A....... W��������������� 87-81 12/9/72......H....... W��������������� 89-57 11/27/73....H....... W��������������� 77-65 1/26/74......A........ L���������������� 60-78 1/21/75......A....... W������������� 117-77 2/17/75......H....... W��������������� 79-74 11/18/75....A....... W��������������� 83-73 2/17/76......H....... W������������� 108-56 11/16/76....A....... W��������������� 74-69 12/9/77......H....... W��������������� 76-60 1/12/78......A....... W��������������� 82-49 2/21/78......H....... W��������������� 78-55 1/11/79......A....... W��������������� 81-73 2/8/79........H....... W��������������� 83-67 1/10/80......A....... W��������������� 80-71 2/14/80......H....... W������������� 103-78 11/22/80....H....... W��������������� 87-59 1/24/81......A....... W��������������� 71-64 12/11/81....H....... W��������������� 89-61 1/12/82......A....... W��������������� 93-61 2/20/82......H....... W��������������� 94-65 1981-82......H....... W��������������� 68-52 11/24/82....N....... W��������������� 93-69 1/20/83......H....... W��������������� 82-62 2/18/83......A....... W��������������� 77-65 12/10/83....H....... W��������������� 79-69 1/31/84......A........ L���������������� 56-68 2/21/84......H....... W��������������� 93-76 11/15/84....H....... W��������������� 76-66 1/29/85......A....... W��������������� 82-74 1984-85......H....... W��������������� 97-80 12/3/85......A....... W��������������� 70-69 2/18/86......H....... W��������������� 88-60 12/2/86......H....... W��������������� 77-74 1/13/87......A........ L���������������� 74-83 1986-87......H....... W��������������� 79-74 11/27/87....A....... W�������106-105 ot 3/12/88......H....... W��������������� 74-69 12/9/88......H....... W��������������� 91-74 1/19/89......A....... W��������������� 99-89 3/11/89......H....... W��������������� 91-88 11/25/89....A........ L���������������� 61-70 12/15/89....H....... W��������������� 96-76 12/14/90....H....... W�����124-120 2ot 3/9/91........H....... W������������� 100-96 11/30/91....A....... W����������� 105-100 12/10/91....H....... W������������� 101-91 3/13/92......H....... W��������������� 91-77 11/10/92....A....... W������������� 104-90 11/21/92....A....... W��������������� 91-71 11/12/93....N....... W��������������� 88-71 12/4/93......N....... W��������������� 92-72 as Cornerstone 12/6/94......H....... W������������� 100-84 11/18/95....A....... W��������������� 98-84 11/7/97......N........ L���������������� 86-92

56

(H: 0-0, A: 2-1, N: 0-0)

11/22/97....A........ L���������������� 64-84 3/16/99......N........ L��������109-113 ot 11/20/99....A....... W������������� 100-80 11/4/00......H........ L�������������� 85-102

11/25/00....A....... W��������������� 80-79

11/22/96....N....... W��������������� 99-82

DAEMEN������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

11/12/99....A....... W��������������� 98-75

DAVENPORT�������������������������� 2-6 (H: 2-3, A: 0-3, N: 0-0)

2/8/64........H........ L���������������� 79-98 12/7/64......H........ L���������������� 76-82 2/3/65........A........ L�������������� 93-108 1/31/66......A........ L������������ 119-133 2/19/66......H....... W��������������� 98-86 2/25/67......H........ L���������������� 85-90 2/5/68........A........ L�������������� 93-107 11/5/04......H....... W������������� 115-63

DAVID LIPSCOMB������������������ 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

12/29/00....N........ L���������������� 74-85

DEFIANCE������������������������������ 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/3/05......A........ L���������������� 73-81

DENISON������������������������������ 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/1/84......A........ L���������������� 59-64

DOMINICAN�������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/31/03....A........ L���������������� 62-87

EARLHAM������������������������������ 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

2/25/74......A........ L���������������� 48-58

EASTERN MENNONITE����������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/25/88....N....... W��������������� 83-68

ECKERD��������������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/18/79....A........ L���������������� 63-74

EDWARD WATERS������������������ 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-0)

12/19/75....N....... W��������������� 92-76 12/16/11....N....... W��������������� 73-61

EMBRY-RIDDLE���������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

3/12/10......N........ L������������64-67 ot

EMMANUEL�������������������������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-0)

12/29/06....N....... W��������������� 79-78 3/16/07......N....... W��������������� 84-70

EVANGEL������������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

11/15/02....A........ L���������������� 79-86

FLORIDA COLLEGE������������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/4/02........N....... W������������� 111-73

FLORIDA MEMORIAL�������������� 2-1

12/20/75....A........ L���������������� 84-92 12/16/78....A........ L���������������� 76-92 12/15/79....A........ L���������������� 68-86

FORT WAYNE BIBLE����������� 40-12 (H: 25-5, A: 15-7, N: 0-0)

1/31/59......H....... W��������������� 69-66 2/21/59......A........ L���������������� 65-69 11/21/59....A........ L���������������� 64-73 2/19/60......H....... W��������������� 67-48 12/17/60....H....... W��������������� 74-61 2/25/61......A....... W������������������������ 11/11/61....H....... W��������������� 91-64 12/2/61......A........ L���������������� 85-86 2/3/62........H....... W������������� 109-75 1962-63......A........ L���������������� 87-97 1962-63......H....... W��������������� 75-66 1963-64......H....... W��������������� 97-79 12/14/63....A........ L���������������� 81-84 11/21/64....H........ L���������������� 65-77 1/16/65......A........ L���������������� 83-92 11/20/65....H........ L���������������� 84-86 1/15/66......A....... W����������� 110-109 11/19/66....H....... W��������������� 83-59 1/14/67......A....... W������������� 100-92 11/18/67....H....... W������������� 104-89 1/13/68......A........ L���������������� 96-97 12/3/68......A....... W��������������� 82-61 2/8/69........H....... W��������������� 88-65 12/9/69......H....... W��������������� 89-55 1/16/70......A....... W��������������� 83-75 12/8/70......H....... W��������������� 80-73 1970-71......A....... W��������������� 93-75 2/28/71......H........ L���������������� 71-85 12/7/71......H....... W��������������� 80-78 11/17/72....H........ L���������������� 55-61 12/5/72......A....... W��������������� 82-71 12/4/73......H........ L���������������� 69-70 1973-74......H....... W��������������� 74-66 12/3/74......A....... W��������������� 69-51 12/2/75......H....... W��������������� 61-58 11/20/76....H....... W��������������� 76-52 1/22/77......A....... W��������������� 76-72 2/8/77........H....... W��������������� 93-65 12/1/77......A....... W��������������� 78-71 2/7/78........H....... W��������������� 68-47 11/28/78....H....... W��������������� 96-76 12/9/78......H....... W��������������� 77-60 2/6/79........A....... W��������������� 77-70 11/27/79....A....... W��������������� 72-64 2/7/80........H....... W������������� 110-50 11/15/80....H....... W��������������� 80-58 12/12/80....H....... W��������������� 88-61 1/8/81........A....... W��������������� 88-53 12/1/81......H....... W������������� 106-51 1/28/82......A....... W��������������� 97-45 11/22/88....H....... W������������� 106-51 1/31/89......A....... W��������������� 95-60

FRANCISCAN������������������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

11/19/04....A....... W��������������� 97-76

FRANKLIN����������������������������� 1-1 (H: 1-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/13/86....H....... W��������������� 91-82 2/29/92......A........ L���������������� 93-96

FREDONIA STATE������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

1/5/85........N........ L���������������� 65-69

FRIENDS������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/10/10......N....... W��������������� 77-67

GENEVA��������������������������������� 2-2 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-2)

11/23/73....N........ L���������������� 63-65 11/27/76....N........ L���������������� 80-87 11/22/78....N....... W��������������� 78-68 11/29/80....N....... W��������������� 88-73

GOSHEN���������������������������� 70-27 (H: 42-10, A: 28-16, N: 0-1)

1/24/59......A........ L���������������� 58-80 1/29/60......A....... W��������������� 81-72 11/20/61....A........ L���������������� 65-92 1962-63......A........ L���������������� 83-90 11/18/63....A........ L���������������� 67-95 11/28/64....A........ L���������������� 68-95 2/20/65......H........ L�������������� 87-114 2/7/66........H........ L�������������� 91-112 11/26/66....A........ L�������������� 85-103 2/6/67........A........ L�������������� 93-116 2/17/68......H....... W����������� 110-107 11/30/68....N........ L���������������� 78-83 2/15/69......A........ L�������������� 98-112 2/21/70......H........ L���������������� 66-82 1/23/71......A........ L�������������� 82-109 1/22/72......H........ L���������������� 71-86 2/10/73......A....... W��������������� 70-56 2/9/74........H....... W��������������� 64-62 2/8/75........A........ L���������������� 61-64 2/7/76........H....... W��������������� 77-71 2/5/77........A........ L���������������� 77-85 2/14/78......H....... W��������������� 83-77 2/22/79......A....... W��������������� 73-68 2/11/80......H....... W��������������� 88-73 12/2/80......H....... W��������������� 81-72 12/13/80....H....... W��������������� 78-67 2/12/81......A....... W��������������� 67-58 12/12/81....H....... W��������������� 76-59 2/2/82........H....... W��������������� 76-73 2/11/82......A....... W��������������� 72-56 12/10/82....H....... W��������������� 92-35 1/15/83......A....... W��������������� 84-56 2/1/83........H....... W��������������� 65-60 1/17/84......H....... W��������������� 58-57 2/4/84........A........ L���������������� 66-68 1/15/85......A....... W��������������� 63-50 2/2/85........H....... W�����������81-76 ot 1/18/86......A....... W��������������� 85-76 2/4/86........H....... W��������������� 81-58 1/17/87......H....... W������������� 111-74 2/3/87........A....... W��������������� 87-79 1/16/88......H....... W��������������� 74-67 2/6/88........A....... W��������������� 79-76 1/14/89......A....... W��������������� 90-88 2/4/89........H....... W������������� 112-79 12/8/89......H....... W������������� 105-95 2/3/90........H....... W��������������� 85-79 2/24/90......A....... W��������������� 75-73 12/8/90......H........ L���������������� 74-83 2/2/91........A........ L���������������� 69-85 2/23/91......H....... W��������������� 92-91 1/18/92......A....... W��������������� 89-87 2/8/92........H....... W��������������� 88-80 1/16/93......H....... W������������� 136-82 2/6/93........A....... W������������� 107-72 1/18/94......A....... W��������������� 96-86 2/8/94........H....... W������������� 108-83 1/14/95......H....... W��������������� 90-57 2/7/95........A....... W������������� 102-54 2/23/95......H....... W������������� 101-64 12/9/95......H....... W������������� 115-85 1/13/96......A....... W������������� 109-66 2/6/96........H....... W������������� 109-69 2/22/96......H....... W��������������� 97-54 1/14/97......H....... W��������������� 99-86 2/8/97........A....... W������������� 106-92 1/13/98......A....... W��������������� 93-82 2/7/98........H....... W������������� 108-85 1/16/99......H....... W������������� 105-59 2/9/99........A....... W������������� 106-87 2/27/99......H....... W������������� 108-65 1/15/00......A....... W��������������� 95-77 2/8/00........H....... W������������� 101-61 1/16/01......H....... W��������������� 99-89

2/10/01......A........ L���������������� 92-95 1/15/02......A........ L���������������� 62-64 2/9/02........H....... W��������������� 91-83 1/25/03......H....... W������������� 110-98 2/18/03......A....... W��������������� 80-75 1/24/04......A....... W��������������� 90-85 2/17/04......H........ L���������������� 65-72 1/4/05........A........ L���������������� 86-91 2/5/05........H....... W��������������� 89-60 1/3/06........H........ L���������������� 75-80 2/4/06........A....... W��������������� 85-83 1/3/07........H....... W��������������� 78-66 2/3/07........A....... W��������������� 71-65 1/9/08........A....... W��������������� 66-54 2/9/08........H....... W��������������� 86-73 12/6/08......A....... W��������������� 88-64 1/31/09......H....... W��������������� 91-59 12/5/09......H....... W��������������� 87-79 1/30/10......A....... W��������������� 73-71 1/4/11........A....... W��������������� 70-56 2/1/11........H........ L������������73-77 ot 11/30/11....H........ L���������������� 81-88 1/24/12......A........ L���������������� 84-92

GRACE������������������������������ 59-59 (H: 34-15, A: 24-42, N: 1-2)

1/25/60......A........ L������������������������� 1959-60......H....... W��������������� 62-53 11/22/60....H........ L���������������� 58-80 12/20/60....A........ L���������������� 56-89 1/8/62........A........ L���������������� 68-81 2/17/62......H....... W��������������� 83-82 1962-63......A........ L���������������� 83-96 1962-63......A........ L���������������� 61-79 1962-63......H....... W��������������� 66-62 11/29/63....A........ L���������������� 67-81 12/20/63....H........ L���������������� 72-89 2/15/64......A........ L���������������� 64-93 1/18/65......A........ L�������������� 81-106 2/28/66......H....... W��������������� 98-83 1/9/66........A........ L�������� 95-106 fW 11/25/66....A....... W������������� 104-93 1/10/67......H........ L���������������� 82-95 2/28/67......A........ L������������ 100-109 2/1/68........A........ L�������������� 81-108 11/27/68....A........ L���������������� 81-86 1968-69......N........ L���������������� 72-94 1968-69......A........ L���������������� 80-82 2/25/69......H........ L���������������� 68-81 2/24/70......A........ L�������������� 81-103 2/23/71......H........ L���������������� 86-87 2/22/72......A........ L���������������� 86-91 11/22/72....A........ L���������������� 76-91 1/9/73........H........ L�������������� 74-102 12/15/73....A........ L���������������� 81-92 3/2/73........A........ L���������������� 78-82 2/1/75........H....... W��������������� 78-74 11/28/75....A........ L���������������� 70-73 1/31/76......A........ L���������������� 82-95 11/24/76....A........ L���������������� 68-77 1976-77......A........ L���������������� 62-64 2/22/77......A........ L���������������� 58-70 11/26/77....A........ L���������������� 63-65 1977-78......H....... W��������������� 65-63 2/2/78........H....... W��������������� 75-72 1978-79......A....... W��������������� 58-56 2/2/79........H....... W��������������� 75-67 1/31/80......A....... W��������������� 67-63 1/20/81......H....... W��������������� 58-50 2/26/81......A....... W��������������� 45-42 3/5/81........A....... W��������������� 67-61 1/26/82......A........ L���������������� 58-76 2/13/82......H....... W��������������� 99-78 11/27/82....A....... W��������������� 78-56 1/25/83......H....... W��������������� 60-51 2/12/83......A........ L���������������� 48-63 11/26/83....A........ L���������������� 61-75 1/28/84......A........ L���������������� 69-70 2/18/84......H....... W��������������� 79-63 1/26/85......H....... W��������������� 75-72 2/16/85......A........ L���������������� 62-64 1984-85......A....... W�����������80-79 ot 1/28/86......H........ L���������������� 54-66


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2/22/86......A........ L���������������� 50-63 1/27/87......A........ L���������������� 56-76 2/21/87......H........ L���������������� 67-73 1/19/88......A........ L�������������� 80-103 2/9/88........H........ L���������������� 76-79 1/17/89......H....... W��������������� 83-76 2/7/89........A........ L���������������� 89-91 1/20/90......A....... W�����������85-83 ot 2/10/90......H....... W��������������� 97-85 1/19/91......H....... W����������� 110-105 2/7/91........A........ L������������ 103-106 11/23/91....A........ L�������������� 92-100 1/21/92......H....... W��������������� 91-89 2/11/92......A........ L�������������� 94-103 11/6/92......N........ L���������������� 82-89 1/19/93......A........ L���������������� 85-96 2/6/93........H........ L������114-118 2ot 1/22/94......H....... W����������� 106-102 2/12/94......A....... W��������������� 98-83 2/24/94......H....... W������������� 100-73 1/28/95......A....... W��������������� 76-70 2/18/95......H....... W��������������� 68-52 1/27/96......H....... W��������������� 94-73 2/17/96......A....... W��������������� 97-72 1/28/97......A....... W��������������� 82-67 2/22/97......H....... W������������� 109-87 3/1/97........H....... W��������������� 80-65 1/27/98......H....... W��������������� 81-67 2/21/98......A....... W��������������� 86-80 1/5/99........H....... W������������� 106-68 1/30/99......A....... W��������������� 92-64 1/13/00......A....... W��������������� 77-65 1/29/00......H....... W��������������� 83-65 1/6/01........H........ L���������������� 74-94 1/30/01......A....... W��������������� 88-76 1/17/02......A........ L�������������� 99-103 1/29/02......H....... W������������� 105-78 1/14/03......H....... W��������������� 99-77 2/8/03........A........ L������������80-92 ot 2/26/03......A....... W��������������� 92-84 1/13/04......A....... W��������������� 85-74 2/7/04........H....... W��������������� 80-77 11/23/04....H....... W��������������� 85-82 1/22/05......A........ L���������������� 78-82 11/22/05....A........ L���������������� 85-97 1/21/06......H........ L���������������� 81-86 1/13/07......H........ L���������������� 82-86 2/13/07......A....... W��������������� 73-71 2/21/07......A........ L������������76-82 ot 3/17/07......N....... W�����������90-81 ot 1/19/08......A....... W��������������� 66-65 2/20/08......H....... W��������������� 87-76 3/4/08........H....... W��������������� 73-46 11/25/08....A....... W�����������93-87 ot 1/24/09......H....... W��������������� 81-61 11/24/09....H....... W��������������� 86-85 1/23/10......A....... W��������������� 81-71 12/1/10......A........ L���������������� 76-84 1/25/11......H........ L���������������� 82-87 1/10/12......H........ L���������������� 69-77 2/14/12......A........ L��������97-100 2ot

GRACE BIBLE������������������������� 3-0 (H: 2-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

2/13/65......H....... W������������� 101-85 1/7/66........A....... W������������� 102-97 11/12/02....H....... W������������� 119-77

GRAND RAPIDS BIBLE��������� 21-3 (H: 14-1, A: 7-2, N: 0-0)

11/13/65....H....... W��������������� 95-68 11/15/66....A....... W����������� 105-103 1/7/67........H........ L���������������� 80-86 11/14/67....H....... W��������������� 96-87 1/27/68......A........ L���������������� 90-98 1968-69......A........ L���������������� 73-76 1/22/69......H....... W��������������� 84-68 12/16/69....A....... W��������������� 94-61 1/13/70......H....... W��������������� 79-55 1/12/71......H....... W��������������� 91-77 11/16/71....H....... W������������� 120-51 1/11/72......H....... W�������������� forfeit 11/13/73....H....... W������������� 118-80

1/29/74......A....... W������������� 104-79 2/4/75........A....... W������������� 125-94 2/5/76........H....... W������������� 103-68 11/19/76....H....... W������������� 103-47 1/13/77......H....... W������������� 101-78 12/13/84....A....... W��������������� 86-63 12/7/85......H....... W������������� 125-59 12/4/86......A....... W������������� 112-99 2/2/88........H....... W��������������� 99-83 2/2/89........A....... W������������� 109-91 2/1/90........H....... W������������� 109-45

GRAND VIEW������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/14/03....N....... W��������������� 97-92

GREAT LAKES BIBLE��������������� 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

12/7/73......H....... W������������� 111-68

GREAT LAKES CHRISTIAN������� 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

11/18/10....H....... W������������� 100-75

GREEN MOUNTAIN���������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/12/97......N....... W������������� 123-75

GREENVILLE�������������������������� 3-1 (H: 3-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

11/30/63....A........ L���������������� 70-92 3/7/89........H....... W��������������� 99-90 3/11/00......H....... W������������� 105-91 3/13/04......H....... W������������� 102-82

GRINNELL����������������������������� 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

1/12/84......H....... W��������������� 83-68

HANNIBAL LAGRANGE����������� 4-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 3-0)

12/21/91....N....... W������������� 113-79 11/12/94....N....... W��������������� 90-89 11/23/96....A....... W��������������� 94-76 11/21/08....N....... W��������������� 87-67

HANOVER������������������������������ 0-2 (H: 0-0, A: 0-2, N: 0-0)

3/1/90........A........ L���������������� 77-82 2/28/91......A........ L���������������� 75-83

HAWAII LOA�������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

1/6/86........A........ L���������������� 62-74

HAWAII PACIFIC�������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

1/8/86........A........ L���������������� 61-91

HIGH POINT�������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

1/7/95........N........ L��������100-109 ot

HOLY CROSS�������������������������� 8-0 (H: 5-0, A: 3-0, N: 0-0)

11/3/07......H....... W������������� 104-34 12/9/08......H....... W������������� 120-57 11/14/09....H....... W��������������� 74-61 12/8/09......A....... W��������������� 87-63 11/2/10......A....... W��������������� 68-57 12/11/10....H....... W��������������� 87-56 11/2/11......A....... W��������������� 68-67 12/9/11......H....... W��������������� 84-73

HOLY NAMES������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/30/03....A........ L�������������� 84-107

HOPE������������������������������������� 6-3 (H: 1-0, A: 1-1, N: 4-2)

1/25/75......A....... W��������������� 64-60 11/20/82....H....... W��������������� 79-71 12/5/83......A........ L���������������� 59-85

11/24/89....N........ L���������������� 92-99 11/29/91....N........ L�������������� 96-101 11/20/92....N....... W��������������� 88-84 11/17/95....N....... W��������������� 95-80 11/21/97....N....... W��������������� 85-81 11/19/99....N....... W������������� 106-70

HOUGHTON���������������������������� 3-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 3-0)

11/26/81....N....... W��������������� 84-63 11/26/82....N....... W��������������� 76-58 11/25/83....N....... W��������������� 59-52

HUNTINGTON�������������������� 56-38 (H: 37-10, A: 19-26, N: 0-2)

11/27/65....A........ L���������������� 83-84 12/19/67....N........ L�������������� 92-107 2/3/68........H....... W����������� 108-100 12/7/68......A....... W��������������� 99-90 1/31/70......H....... W������������� 101-78 1/30/71......A........ L������������ 108-125 1/29/72......H........ L�������������� 88-100 1/27/73......A........ L���������������� 89-94 2/23/74......H....... W��������������� 87-77 2/22/75......A....... W��������������� 83-66 11/22/75....H....... W��������������� 66-56 2/21/76......H....... W��������������� 90-83 12/9/76......H........ L���������������� 60-63 2/19/77......A........ L���������������� 86-94 1/3/78........A........ L���������������� 63-79 2/25/78......H....... W��������������� 64-57 1/6/79........H........ L���������������� 77-79 1978-79......A....... W��������78-75 2 ot 2/24/79......A........ L���������������� 59-87 11/15/79....H....... W��������������� 62-51 1979-80......H....... W�����������70-69 ot 1/27/81......A........ L���������������� 54-60 2/28/81......A....... W��������������� 29-28 1/19/82......A....... W��������������� 70-50 2/6/82........H....... W��������������� 61-55 1/18/83......H....... W��������������� 87-72 2/5/83........A........ L������������61-63 ot 1/21/84......A........ L���������������� 84-97 2/7/84........H....... W��������������� 82-75 1/19/85......H....... W��������������� 92-77 2/5/85........A....... W��������������� 81-79 1/21/86......A....... W��������������� 58-57 2/8/86........H....... W��������������� 59-58 12/6/86......H....... W������������� 103-94 1/20/87......A........ L���������������� 78-86 1/23/88......A........ L���������������� 76-82 2/13/88......H....... W��������������� 93-84 1/21/89......H....... W��������������� 89-80 2/11/89......A....... W��������������� 72-67 1/23/90......A....... W��������������� 90-82 2/13/90......H....... W������������� 120-86 11/24/90....N........ L������������ 107-109 1/22/91......A....... W������������� 106-96 2/9/91........H....... W����������� 125-102 1/25/92......H....... W������������� 108-96 2/15/92......A........ L������������ 102-103 2/25/92......H....... W��������������� 99-85 1/23/93......A....... W��������������� 91-82 2/13/93......H........ L���������������� 87-89 2/23/93......H....... W����������� 114-100 1/25/94......H....... W��������������� 90-84 2/15/94......A........ L���������������� 82-95 1/31/95......A........ L���������������� 79-87 2/21/95......H....... W��������������� 79-67 1/30/96......H....... W�����������93-89 ot 2/20/96......A....... W��������������� 84-71 2/24/96......H....... W������������� 112-99 1/7/97........H....... W��������������� 86-78 2/1/97........A....... W��������������� 84-81 1/6/98........A....... W������������� 103-90 1/31/98......H....... W��������������� 88-59 2/28/98......H....... W��������������� 98-92 1/9/99........H....... W��������������� 91-83 2/2/99........A....... W������������� 103-98 1/7/00........A........ L���������������� 78-89 2/1/00........H........ L���������������� 81-89 2/26/00......A........ L�������������� 83-100 1/9/01........H....... W������������� 100-89

2/3/01........A....... W��������������� 84-82 2/21/01......H........ L���������������� 75-87 1/8/02........A........ L���������������� 77-95 2/2/02........H....... W�������102-100 ot 1/18/03......H....... W��������������� 74-73 2/11/03......A....... W������������� 100-89 3/1/03........A........ L���������������� 64-87 1/17/04......A........ L���������������� 78-81 2/10/04......H........ L���������������� 75-84 1/15/05......H........ L���������������� 66-83 2/15/05......A........ L���������������� 77-80 2/23/05......A........ L���������������� 79-88 1/14/06......A........ L���������������� 68-83 2/14/06......H........ L���������������� 70-86 12/2/06......A........ L���������������� 85-93 1/27/07......H........ L������������������ 72-83 1/2/08........H....... W��������������� 74-67 2/2/08........A........ L���������������� 72-73 1/6/09........H....... W��������������� 78-68 2/7/09........A........ L����������95-101 ot 1/7/10........A....... W��������������� 98-91 2/6/10........H....... W��������������� 79-62 1/8/11........H....... W��������������� 80-73 2/8/11........A........ L���������������� 76-90 1/17/12......A....... W��������������� 84-77 2/7/12........H....... W��������������� 89-80

HURON���������������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

3/11/94......N........ L���������������� 74-78

ILLINOIS TECH����������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/6/95........N....... W������������� 116-73

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN�������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/1/98........N....... W������������� 108-94

INDIANA DABNEY����������������� 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

11/12/11....H....... W��������������� 93-64

INDIANA TECH�������������������� 18-6 (H: 11-2, A: 6-4, N: 1-0)

12/18/61....A........ L���������������� 74-95 2/17/77......H....... W��������������� 68-63 1/17/78......A........ L���������������� 66-67 12/8/78......H....... W��������������� 82-44 1/9/79........H....... W��������������� 68-57 12/8/79......H....... W��������������� 70-61 1/8/80........A....... W��������������� 70-67 1/6/81........H....... W��������������� 64-61 1/14/82......A....... W��������������� 89-74 1/19/84......H....... W�����������77-75 ot 1984-85......A....... W��������������� 75-73 2/20/86......H....... W��������������� 73-52 2/19/87......A....... W��������������� 96-83 2/18/88......H....... W������������� 108-82 2/16/89......A........ L���������������� 83-97 12/2/89......H....... W�������115-107 ot 11/20/90....A........ L���������������� 82-85 11/17/92....H....... W������������� 103-99 2/26/93......H........ L���������������� 95-97 12/7/93......A....... W��������������� 85-77 12/12/06....H........ L���������������� 90-92 11/16/07....N....... W��������������� 80-69 11/27/07....A....... W��������������� 96-56 1/11/10......H....... W��������������� 85-60

INDIANA WESLEYAN��������� 61-29 (H: 37-10, A: 23-19, N: 1-0)

as Marion 1/18/69......H....... W��������������� 86-73 2/4/69........H....... W��������������� 81-69 1/20/70......A....... W��������������� 84-83 2/7/70........H....... W������������� 102-93 12/1/70......H........ L���������������� 87-92 1/19/71......A....... W����������� 110-101 1/18/72......A........ L���������������� 85-86 1/16/73......H....... W������������� 105-74 12/13/75....H........ L���������������� 69-70 12/11/76....H....... W������������� 114-85

11/19/77....A....... W��������������� 81-80 11/18/78....H....... W��������������� 82-75 1979-80......H....... W��������������� 80-72 1/5/80........A........ L���������������� 73-81 2/5/81........H........ L���������������� 69-72 3/7/81........A....... W��������������� 71-62 1981-82......A....... W��������������� 69-64 1/23/82......H....... W��������������� 85-74 2/9/82........A........ L���������������� 68-86 1/22/83......A........ L���������������� 62-71 2/8/83........H....... W��������������� 90-71 1/24/84......H....... W������������� 101-71 2/11/84......A........ L���������������� 72-83 1/22/85......A........ L���������������� 64-68 2/9/85........H........ L���������������� 70-71 11/29/85....A........ L������������ 101-102 1/25/86......H........ L���������������� 63-74 2/15/86......A........ L���������������� 69-72 1/24/87......A........ L�������������� 86-102 2/14/87......H....... W��������������� 77-75 1986-87......A........ L���������������� 87-91 1/30/88......H....... W��������������� 93-81 2/20/88......A........ L���������������� 88-90 as Indiana Wesleyan 1/28/89......A....... W��������������� 90-75 2/18/89......H....... W������������� 104-91 1/30/90......H....... W������������� 107-92 2/20/90......A....... W��������������� 92-82 1/29/91......A....... W�����116-109 2ot 2/16/91......H....... W��������������� 92-78 2/1/92........A....... W�����������86-83 ot 2/22/92......H....... W��������������� 85-69 1/30/93......H....... W���������98-93 2ot 2/20/93......A....... W��������������� 88-74 12/29/93....N....... W������������� 100-88 1/15/94......A....... W������������� 104-85 2/5/94........H....... W��������������� 99-85 3/1/94........H....... W��������������� 78-60 1/24/95......H....... W������������� 104-69 2/14/95......A....... W��������������� 94-91 1/23/96......A....... W������������� 108-76 2/13/96......H....... W������������� 120-81 1/25/97......H....... W������������� 123-73 2/18/97......A....... W������������� 115-85 2/25/97......H....... W����������� 113-101 1/24/98......A....... W��������������� 93-74 2/17/98......H....... W��������������� 97-68 2/25/98......H....... W������������� 112-61 1/26/99......H....... W������������� 100-65 2/20/99......A....... W������������� 105-74 2/24/99......H....... W������������� 105-88 1/25/00......A....... W��������������� 99-81 2/19/00......H....... W��������������� 84-69 2/23/00......H....... W��������������� 86-71 1/4/01........A....... W��������������� 78-62 1/27/01......H....... W��������������� 86-80 1/10/02......H....... W��������������� 88-74 1/26/02......A........ L���������������� 89-92 1/11/03......A........ L���������������� 85-91 2/4/03........H....... W��������������� 99-86 1/10/04......H........ L���������������� 78-96 2/3/04........A....... W��������������� 94-73 11/30/04....H....... W��������������� 66-64 1/25/05......A....... W�����������70-66 ot 11/29/05....A........ L���������������� 70-82 1/24/06......H........ L���������������� 59-75 1/6/07........A........ L���������������� 58-93 2/6/07........H........ L������������76-79 ot 1/12/08......H....... W��������������� 80-65 2/13/08......A....... W�����������89-82 ot 12/2/08......H....... W��������������� 84-81 1/27/09......A....... W��������������� 76-70 3/3/09........H....... W��������������� 74-70 12/1/09......A........ L���������������� 67-73 1/26/10......H....... W��������������� 79-72 3/2/10........A........ L���������������� 68-78 12/4/10......H........ L���������������� 86-92 1/29/11......A........ L���������������� 61-70 2/23/11......A........ L���������������� 80-86 1/14/12......A....... W��������������� 83-80 2/11/12......H........ L���������������� 87-94

IOWA WESLEYAN������������������� 2-1

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

(H: 0-1, A: 1-0, N: 1-0)

11/18/88....N....... W����������� 109-73 11/12/05....H........ L�������������� 71-81 11/22/08....A....... W������������� 84-68

IPFW����������������������������������� 8-1 (H: 5-0, A: 3-1, N: 0-0)

11/19/74....H....... W������������� 91-85 12/12/75....A........ L�������������� 60-67 1/4/77........H....... W������������� 96-73 1/24/78......A....... W������������� 70-69 1/18/79......H....... W������������� 70-61 2/19/80......A....... W������������� 92-67 2/21/81......H....... W������������� 83-74 12/8/81......A....... W������������� 80-72 12/11/82....H....... W������������� 82-51

IU EAST������������������������������� 1-1 (H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/13/98....N....... W����������� 131-67 12/12/10....H........ L����������92-94 ot

IU KOKOMO������������������������� 5-0 (H: 3-0, A: 2-0, N: 0-0)

11/11/89....H....... W����������� 118-89 2/8/90........A....... W����������� 116-49 11/10/90....H....... W����������� 125-86 11/13/92....A....... W������������� 99-41 12/22/92....H....... W����������� 134-77

IU NORTHWEST����������������� 14-1 (H: 14-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

11/23/74....H....... W������������� 88-67 12/17/74....H........ L�������������� 77-80 11/21/75....H....... W������������� 81-68 1/20/76......H....... W����������� 103-57 12/4/76......H....... W����������� 116-73 12/11/92....H....... W����������� 131-64 12/18/93....H....... W����������� 106-58 1/11/94......H....... W����������� 121-62 12/13/94....H....... W����������� 117-53 12/8/95......H....... W����������� 123-48 11/19/96....H....... W����������� 109-55 11/1/03......H....... W����������� 109-41 11/11/05....H....... W����������� 122-72 11/11/06....H....... W������������� 90-58 12/7/07......H....... W����������� 103-61

IU SOUTH BEND����������������� 55-6 (H: 37-3, A: 16-3, N: 2-0)

2/10/70......H....... W������������� 77-65 11/20/70....H....... W������������� 82-68 1/9/71........H....... W��������� 122-101 1/8/72........H....... W������������� 78-64 2/24/72......H....... W������������� 88-83 11/18/72....H....... W������������� 85-74 1/23/73......H....... W������������� 90-55 11/16/73....H....... W������������� 92-53 1/22/74......H....... W����������� 113-91 2/16/74......H....... W������������� 94-89 1983-84......H....... W����������� 107-76 12/9/83......H....... W������������� 88-71 12/15/84....H....... W������������� 87-49 2/10/86......H....... W������������� 97-56 11/15/86....H....... W����������� 114-71 2/9/87........A....... W������������� 87-66 2/1/88........A....... W����������� 102-80 2/23/88......H....... W������������� 86-67 12/10/88....H....... W����������� 106-85 2/23/89......A....... W������������� 90-82 2/28/89......A........ L������������ 98-106 2/22/90......H....... W����������� 101-83 2/1/91........A....... W������������� 88-86 11/25/91....H....... W����������� 128-89 12/13/91....H........ L����������81-86 ot 11/28/92....A....... W����������� 110-86 12/12/92....H........ L���������� 101-112 11/27/93....A........ L�������������� 62-87 12/11/93....H....... W������������� 79-75 1/31/94......H....... W������������� 97-83 11/15/94....H....... W����������� 105-60 12/10/94....H....... W������������� 93-85 1/12/95......A....... W����������� 112-67

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11/25/95....A....... W������������� 117-69 11/18/96....H....... W������������� 107-77 11/29/97....A....... W����������� 146-103 12/12/97....H....... W������������� 105-74 12/20/97....N....... W��������������� 94-70 11/28/98....H....... W������������� 103-86 12/5/98......A....... W������������� 127-90 11/27/99....H....... W������������� 100-82 12/3/99......N....... W������������� 102-52 12/11/99....H....... W������������� 133-83 11/21/00....A....... W����������� 114-103 11/20/01....H....... W����������������� 92-69 12/13/02....H....... W������������� 117-65 11/18/03....A....... W��������������� 97-75 11/16/04....H....... W������������� 100-74 11/15/05....A....... W��������������� 68-55 12/20/05....H....... W��������������� 66-53 11/14/06....H....... W��������������� 92-75 12/20/06....A....... W��������������� 79-77 11/13/07....A....... W��������������� 95-82 12/19/07....H........ L������������87-99 ot 11/12/08....H....... W��������������� 79-57 12/17/08....A....... W��������������� 88-58 11/10/09....A....... W��������������� 69-63 2/11/10......H....... W��������������� 83-69 10/30/10....H....... W��������������� 74-49 12/7/10......A........ L���������������� 53-54 12/6/11......H....... W��������������� 69-66

IU SOUTHEAST����������������������� 3-1 (H: 1-0, A: 1-1, N: 1-0)

1979-80......A........ L���������������� 59-64 11/2/02......H....... W��������������� 92-89 11/8/03......A....... W������������� 104-84 3/13/09......N....... W��������������� 88-68

IUPUI������������������������������������ 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

3/3/88........A........ L���������������� 84-89

JACKSON������������������������������ 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/18/67....A........ L���������������� 76-83

JOHN BROWN����������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

3/14/91......N........ L�������������� 99-102

JOHN WESLEY��������������������� 14-4 (H: 10-0, A: 4-4, N: 0-0)

as Owosso 11/23/68....H....... W������������� 102-63 12/21/68....A....... W��������������� 90-76 11/21/69....H....... W��������������� 99-68 as John Wesley 1/11/74......A........ L���������������� 59-66 ...................H....... W��������������� 69-55 1/10/75......A....... W��������������� 80-78 1/23/75......H....... W��������������� 63-62 1/10/76......A....... W��������������� 98-97 1/23/76......H....... W��������������� 71-69 3/5/76........A........ L���������������� 49-53 2/3/77........A........ L���������������� 55-77 2/12/77......H....... W��������������� 85-62 3/4/77........H....... W�����������80-74 ot 1/28/78......H....... W��������������� 70-61 2/18/78......A....... W��������������� 80-66 1978-79......H....... W��������������� 77-63 1/27/79......H....... W��������������� 81-71

JOHNSON & WALES��������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/11/09......N....... W��������������� 86-58

JUDSON������������������������������ 43-5 (H: 25-1, A: 16-4, N: 2-0)

2/11/67......A....... W����������� 113-111 12/9/67......A....... W����������� 120-105 1/9/68........H....... W����������� 126-102 1/28/69......A....... W��������������� 83-61 1/4/75........N....... W��������������� 90-79 12/3/77......H....... W��������������� 89-70 12/12/78....A....... W��������������� 84-73

1/14/80......H....... W��������������� 98-61 1/12/81......A....... W��������������� 57-56 11/21/81....H....... W��������������� 79-63 1982-83..... W...... W������������� 106-70 1/6/83........A....... W��������������� 75-70 11/22/83....H........ L���������������� 58-63 1983-84......A........ L���������������� 66-97 12/4/84......H....... W��������������� 89-62 2/18/85......A....... W��������������� 72-66 12/6/85......H....... W��������������� 69-61 1985-86......H....... W��������������� 62-49 12/12/86....H....... W��������������� 85-65 1/31/87......A....... W��������������� 71-67 1986-87......H....... W��������������� 81-62 12/19/87....A........ L���������������� 70-85 3/10/88......H....... W��������������� 75-68 11/12/88....H....... W��������������� 91-87 11/28/89....A....... W��������������� 78-67 3/9/90........H....... W��������������� 84-74 12/1/90......H....... W��������������� 97-87 11/16/91....A........ L�������������� 97-102 3/12/92......H....... W��������������� 88-69 11/14/92....H....... W������������� 108-87 3/13/93......H....... W��������������� 99-79 11/20/93....A....... W��������������� 72-68 12/2/94......H....... W������������� 112-86 11/28/95....A....... W������������� 108-82 11/26/96....H....... W������������� 111-66 11/18/97....A....... W������������� 111-74 11/17/98....H....... W������������� 105-66 11/16/99....A....... W��������������� 99-89 11/3/00......H....... W��������������� 97-85 11/13/01....A........ L���������������� 73-88 11/1/02......H....... W������������� 106-78 11/21/03....A....... W��������������� 90-75 11/6/04......H....... W������������� 100-51 11/14/08....A....... W������������� 100-85 12/13/08....H....... W��������������� 95-71 11/13/09....H....... W������������� 121-92 11/20/09....N....... W��������������� 89-75 11/18/11....A....... W��������������� 80-77

KALAMAZOO�������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/16/83....N....... W��������������� 79-69

KENDALL������������������������������� 8-1 (H: 4-1, A: 4-0, N: 0-0)

11/16/85....H....... W������������� 100-52 12/15/97....H....... W����������� 118-104 1/15/98......A....... W������������� 103-67 11/10/98....H....... W��������������� 97-74 11/9/99......A....... W������������� 105-98 11/7/00......H........ L���������������� 85-89 11/6/01......A....... W������������� 102-92 11/5/02......H....... W��������������� 90-74 11/4/03......A....... W��������������� 90-85

KING������������������������������������� 1-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 1-0)

11/6/98......N....... W��������������� 76-75 11/3/06......A........ L���������������� 69-76

KINGS����������������������������������� 2-2 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 2-1)

1/13/61......A........ L���������������� 59-70 11/23/72....N....... W��������������� 86-84 1/3/75........N........ L���������������� 78-82 11/9/91......N....... W��������������� 79-77

KUYPER��������������������������������� 3-0 (H: 3-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

12/8/07......H....... W������������� 119-58 12/11/09....H....... W������������� 105-61 11/11/11....H....... W������������� 101-57

LA BAPTIST��������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

12/19/81....A....... W��������������� 77-58

LAKE SUPERIOR STATE����������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-0)

1/4/93........N....... W��������������� 93-82

12/3/93......N....... W��������������� 89-64

LAWRENCE���������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

12/7/96......N........ L���������������� 85-90

LEE��������������������������������������� 3-4 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 3-3)

1968-69......N........ L���������������� 63-65 1969-70......N........ L���������������� 77-94 1978-79......A........ L���������������� 62-69 3/20/81......N....... W��������������� 77-76 1986-87......N....... W��������������� 92-87 3/15/91......N........ L������������ 102-104 3/20/93......N....... W������������� 100-87

LETOURNEAU������������������������� 2-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 2-0)

11/24/73....N....... W��������������� 87-69 3/19/81......N....... W��������������� 66-63 1981-82......A........ L���������������� 59-60

LEWIS����������������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

11/21/98....A........ L���������������� 72-84

LEWIS & CLARK��������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/10/95......N....... W��������������� 96-79

LIFE�������������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/3/94........N....... W��������������� 89-86

LINDSEY WILSON������������������ 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 2-0, N: 0-0)

11/17/90....A....... W����������� 111-108 12/19/09....A....... W��������������� 66-37

LOCK HAVEN STATE���������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/6/80......A........ L���������������� 78-85

MADONNA���������������������������� 6-0 (H: 5-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

12/11/98....H....... W������������� 100-76 12/10/99....H....... W������������� 111-72 12/7/01......H....... W������������� 132-90 12/13/03....H....... W������������� 103-88 12/10/94....H....... W������������� 109-75 12/4/06......A....... W��������������� 91-69

MALONE����������������������������� 3-11 (H: 1-4, A: 2-5, N: 0-2)

1/11/61......A........ L���������������� 66-70 1/27/61......H........ L���������������� 51-54 11/17/61....H........ L���������������� 46-61 1/13/62......A........ L���������������� 66-79 12/6/63......A........ L���������������� 76-90 1/10/64......H........ L���������������� 81-87 12/5/64......A....... W��������������� 79-78 1/8/65........H....... W��������������� 86-83 12/4/65......A........ L���������������� 75-84 2/18/66......H........ L���������������� 90-94 12/3/66......A........ L���������������� 61-80 12/20/67....N........ L���������������� 89-96 1/24/69......A....... W��������������� 69-58 12/20/91....N........ L���������������� 81-90

MANCHESTER����������������������� 6-5 (H: 1-0, A: 2-3, N: 3-2)

11/29/68....N....... W��������������� 91-84 11/29/69....N........ L������������82-83 ot 11/27/71....N........ L�������������� 72-101 11/21/73....N....... W��������������� 73-72 11/29/75....N....... W��������������� 89-84 3/1/76........A........ L���������������� 75-83 12/17/83....A........ L���������������� 75-78 1/17/85......A....... W��������������� 79-78 11/26/85....H....... W��������������� 88-68 12/30/93....A........ L����������97-103 ot 11/18/05....A....... W��������������� 77-69

MARIAN��������������������������� 43-32 (H: 25-12, A: 18-20, N: 0-0)

12/11/73....H........ L�������������� 83-103 1/14/74......A........ L�������������� 89-103 12/9/74......A....... W������������� 100-95 1/13/75......H........ L���������������� 80-81 12/8/75......H....... W��������������� 90-76 1/12/76......A........ L���������������� 69-99 1/10/77......H....... W��������������� 71-65 1/18/77......A....... W��������������� 80-68 1/14/78......H....... W��������������� 99-87 2/4/78........A........ L���������������� 61-62 1/13/79......A........ L���������������� 56-61 2/3/79........H........ L���������������� 62-69 1/12/80......H........ L���������������� 56-61 2/2/80........A........ L���������������� 64-74 1/31/81......A........ L���������������� 51-60 2/7/81........H....... W�����������58-53 ot 2/24/81......A....... W��������������� 55-45 3/3/83........A........ L���������������� 57-60 1/14/84......H....... W��������������� 77-62 1/12/85......A........ L���������������� 62-64 12/14/85....H....... W��������������� 70-61 1/10/87......A....... W��������������� 92-86 1/26/88......H....... W��������������� 91-82 2/16/88......A....... W��������������� 89-82 1/24/89......A........ L���������������� 83-97 2/14/89......H........ L���������������� 92-97 1/27/90......H....... W��������������� 75-72 2/17/90......A........ L�������������� 62-102 1/26/91......A....... W��������������� 80-73 2/12/91......H....... W��������������� 86-73 1/28/92......A....... W���������85-83 2ot 2/18/92......H....... W��������������� 72-70 1/26/93......H....... W������������� 101-94 2/16/93......A........ L���������������� 76-77 1/29/94......A....... W��������������� 82-80 2/19/94......H........ L������������91-92 ot 1/17/95......A....... W��������������� 89-74 2/9/95........H....... W��������������� 89-64 1/16/96......H....... W��������������� 97-73 2/8/96........A....... W��������������� 79-62 1/18/97......A....... W��������������� 87-71 2/11/97......H....... W��������������� 98-73 1/17/98......H....... W������������� 108-80 2/10/98......A....... W������������� 111-85 3/3/98........H........ L������������ 105-110 1/19/99......A........ L���������������� 95-98 2/13/99......H....... W��������������� 92-84 1/18/00......H....... W��������������� 89-75 2/12/00......A........ L���������������� 75-97 1/20/01......A........ L���������������� 74-75 2/13/01......H....... W��������������� 80-77 1/19/02......H........ L���������������� 79-85 2/12/02......A....... W�����108-101 2ot 2/20/02......A........ L���������������� 82-90 1/28/03......A....... W��������������� 85-70 2/22/03......H........ L���������������� 79-89 1/27/04......H........ L���������������� 71-85 2/21/04......A........ L������������74-81 ot 1/18/05......H....... W��������������� 81-73 2/19/05......A....... W��������������� 76-73 1/17/06......A........ L���������������� 62-64 2/18/06......H........ L���������������� 61-75 11/28/06....A........ L���������������� 74-81 1/23/07......H....... W��������������� 84-56 12/4/07......H....... W��������������� 76-62 1/30/08......A....... W��������������� 80-60 1/10/09......A....... W��������������� 85-82 2/10/09......H....... W��������������� 78-74 1/9/10........H....... W��������������� 94-85 2/9/10........A........ L���������������� 69-83 2/24/10......H....... W��������������� 89-57 1/11/11......A........ L���������������� 68-80 2/12/11......H....... W��������������� 69-63 1/7/12........A....... W��������������� 70-55 2/18/12......H........ L���������������� 61-80

MARYGROVE������������������������� 2-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/23/02....N....... W������������� 118-68 1/28/06......H....... W��������������� 93-62


ELEVATE

MASTERS������������������������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/31/12......A....... W��������������� 87-66

MAYVILLE STATE�������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/19/83....H....... W������������� 100-66 11/20/84....A....... W��������������� 94-73 12/13/85....H....... W������������� 124-61 11/25/85....A....... W��������������� 90-62 11/21/87....H....... W��������������� 72-62 12/3/88......A....... W��������������� 97-75 12/17/88....H....... W��������������� 75-62 11/18/89....H....... W��������������� 95-83 12/12/89....A....... W�����������86-78 ot 12/11/90....A....... W������������� 110-82 1/15/91......H....... W��������������� 96-74

3/20/92......N....... W��������������� 80-77

3/6/96........N....... W��������������� 98-58

MESSIAH������������������������������ 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 1-0)

1/14/61......A....... W������������� 101-70 11/24/67....N....... W������������� 102-87

MEXICAN������������������������������ 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

11/6/99......H....... W��������������� 88-80

MIAMI CHRISTIAN���������������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 2-0, N: 0-0)

12/18/76....A....... W������������� 113-75 1/9/88........A....... W��������������� 67-53

MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN���������� 4-0 (H: 0-0, A: 2-0, N: 2-0)

1/29/66......H....... W������������� 107-90 2/27/67......A....... W����������� 137-112 2/17/70......A....... W��������������� 88-86 3/2/70........H....... W��������������� 95-72

MIDLAND������������������������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

NAZARETH�������������������������� 11-0 (H: 6-0, A: 5-0, N: 0-0)

NORTHWEST NAZARENE�������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 2-0, N: 0-0)

3/14/95......A....... W���������103-95 ot 3/10/99......A....... W��������������� 96-90

NORTHWESTERN MINN.�������� 3-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 2-0)

11/23/83....N....... W��������������� 84-58 12/3/04......N....... W��������������� 93-69 3/3/07........A....... W���������96-95 2ot

NORTHWOOD FLA.����������������� 1-2 (H: 0-0, A: 1-2, N: 0-0)

1960-61......A....... W��������������� 92-89

12/29/07....A....... W��������������� 95-94 12/30/09....A........ L���������������� 70-76 12/17/11....A........ L�������������� 66-101

MINOT STATE������������������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

NORTHWOOD MICH.�������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

3/8/95........N....... W��������������� 89-69

12/28/98....N........ L�������������� 91-100

MISSOURI SOUTHERN����������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

NOTRE DAME CAL.����������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

1/7/93........N........ L���������������� 87-97

12/29/03....A....... W��������������� 81-61

MISSOURI VALLEY����������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

NOTRE DAME OHIO���������������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 1-0)

11/11/94....A....... W��������������� 94-76

MOODY��������������������������������� 7-0 (H: 5-0, A: 2-0, N: 0-0)

1/26/62......H....... W��������������� 82-74 1962-63......H....... W����������� 132-100 1962-63......A....... W��������������� 75-58 1968-69......H....... W������������� 108-66 11/30/79....H....... W��������������� 99-62 12/14/84....H....... W��������������� 95-62 11/18/86....A....... W������������� 104-82

MOUNT MARTY��������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/16/98......N....... W��������������� 88-86

MOUNT MERCY��������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/4/04......N....... W��������������� 82-71

MOUNT SENARIO������������������ 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-0)

1/4/96........N....... W��������������� 82-71 3/15/99......N....... W��������������� 90-72

MOUNT SAINT CLARE������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/6/91......N....... W��������������� 70-68

MOUNT VERNON NAZARENE� 6-4 (H: 3-0, A: 2-2, N: 1-2)

2/1/72........A........ L�������������� 89-104 1/13/73......H....... W������������� 127-75 11/13/87....A........ L���������������� 67-73 11/8/91......N....... W��������������� 90-85 12/14/91....H....... W������������� 113-83 11/13/93....A....... W���������102-96 ot 11/22/02....N........ L�������������� 96-101 3/19/04......N........ L���������������� 66-79 1/3/12........H....... W��������������� 89-77

12/28/04....N....... W������������� 101-78 11/17/07....A....... W��������������� 77-67

NYACK���������������������������������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-0)

1969-70......N....... W��������������� 76-65 3/20/04......N....... W��������������� 88-70

OAKLAND CITY�������������������� 3-10 (H: 0-4, A: 2-6, N: 1-0)

1/19/62......H........ L���������������� 70-77 2/10/62......A........ L�������������� 75-101 1962-63......A........ L���������������� 80-89 1962-63......H........ L���������������� 64-76 1/25/64......H........ L���������������� 72-74 1/30/65......A........ L���������������� 63-94 1/6/67........H........ L�������������� 97-109 1/6/68........A........ L�������������� 95-110 1983-84......A........ L���������������� 67-68 11/19/88....A........ L�������������� 92-103 3/19/93......N....... W��������������� 69-68 11/14/98....A....... W��������������� 92-81 3/15/07......A....... W��������������� 91-84

OBERLIN������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/29/98....N....... W������������� 109-54

OGLETHORPE������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/16/77....N....... W��������������� 70-64

OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN���������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-0)

as Bartlesville 3/17/00......N....... W������������� 100-85 as Oklahoma Wesleyan 3/20/03......N....... W������������� 101-77

OLD WESTBURY��������������������� 1-0

(H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/28/02....N....... W��������������� 84-70

OLIVET NAZARENE��������������� 7-15 (H: 5-2, A: 2-11, N: 0-2)

12/10/66....A........ L������������ 103-110 2/4/67........H....... W����������� 105-100 11/11/67....A........ L���������������� 85-96 2/10/68......H....... W��������������� 85-71 12/14/68....A........ L���������������� 76-88 2/18/69......H........ L���������������� 84-88 2/14/70......A........ L���������������� 63-98 1/26/71......H....... W����������� 107-106 1/25/72......A........ L�������������� 86-122 12/1/72......A........ L���������������� 74-75 1/30/73......H....... W��������������� 94-92 1977-78......A........ L���������������� 48-54 1/6/78........A........ L���������������� 79-84 11/16/78....H........ L�������������� 79-102 11/25/78....N........ L���������������� 67-70 1978-79......H....... W��������������� 74-73 12/4/79......A....... W��������������� 81-76 1979-80......A........ L���������������� 60-70 3/14/81......A....... W��������������� 61-57 1984-85......A........ L���������������� 89-96 1985-86......A........ L���������������� 63-72 11/12/10....N........ L���������������� 64-66

OREGON TECH����������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/17/98......N....... W��������������� 89-87

OSU LIMA����������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/22/03....N....... W������������� 124-83

OTTAWA�������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/14/08......N....... W��������������� 86-81

PACIFIC CHRISTIAN��������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

1/7/91........A....... W��������������� 112-88

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC��������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-0)

12/19/96....N....... W��������������� 85-78 3/18/05......N....... W��������������� 88-73

PAMONA-PITZER������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/18/81....N....... W��������������� 60-48

PIKEVILLE����������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/5/10......N....... W��������������� 80-77

POINT LOMA������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

1986-87......N........ L���������������� 72-90

PU CALUMET����������������������� 20-3 (H: 10-1, A: 8-2, N: 2-0)

1984-85......A....... W��������������� 85-84 3/1/88........N....... W������������� 101-84 2/15/90......H....... W������������� 102-81 11/14/90....A........ L���������������� 87-90 11/12/91....H....... W������������� 106-84 12/15/92....H....... W��������������� 85-72 11/16/93....H....... W������������� 102-81 11/29/94....A....... W��������������� 86-70 12/5/95......H....... W��������������� 90-75 12/3/96......A........ L���������������� 83-87 12/2/97......H....... W����������� 109-107 12/1/98......A....... W��������������� 97-91 11/30/99....H....... W������������� 106-94 11/28/00....A....... W��������������� 77-70 11/27/01....H........ L���������������� 89-90 11/26/02....A....... W��������������� 79-74 11/25/03....H....... W��������������� 82-75 11/9/04......A....... W��������������� 69-62 11/8/05......H....... W��������������� 78-63 10/31/06....A....... W��������������� 81-75

11/20/07....H....... W��������������� 85-60 11/18/08....A....... W������������� 116-65 11/19/11....N....... W��������������� 75-61

12/30/00....N....... W��������������� 87-69 11/15/03....A........ L�������������� 94-101 11/20/04....N........ L��������109-111 ot

1/12/87......A........ L���������������� 59-61 12/12/87....H....... W��������������� 90-69 2/27/88......A....... W��������������� 90-87 2/9/89........H....... W��������������� 95-87 2/25/89......A....... W��������������� 95-88 1/25/90......A........ L���������������� 90-93 2/6/90........H....... W��������������� 94-77 1/24/91......A........ L���������������� 80-81 2/5/91........H....... W����������� 106-104 1/30/92......H....... W��������������� 99-85 2/4/92........A........ L���������������� 78-81 12/2/92......H....... W�����������95-90 ot 1/28/93......H....... W��������������� 97-90 11/23/93....H....... W������������� 100-94 2/10/94......A....... W��������������� 98-96 1/9/95........A....... W��������������� 97-83 2/4/95........H....... W����������� 118-101 2/28/95......H....... W��������������� 84-65 1/9/96........H....... W��������������� 92-90 2/3/96........A....... W��������������� 92-83 1/11/97......A........ L���������������� 92-94 2/4/97........H....... W������������� 112-74 1/10/98......H....... W������������� 105-76 2/3/98........A....... W��������������� 89-75 1/12/99......A....... W��������������� 93-90 2/6/99........H........ L�������������� 93-114 3/2/99........H....... W������������� 111-90 1/11/00......H........ L�������������� 84-111 2/5/00........A........ L���������������� 91-99 1/13/01......A........ L���������������� 91-96 2/6/01........H........ L���������������� 75-78 1/12/02......H....... W��������������� 94-79 2/5/02........A........ L���������������� 82-93 1/21/03......A........ L���������������� 66-83 2/15/03......H....... W������������� 104-98 1/20/04......H....... W��������������� 81-79 2/14/04......A........ L���������������� 72-83 2/25/04......A........ L���������������� 85-93 1/11/05......A........ L���������������� 79-91 2/12/05......H........ L���������������� 82-93 1/10/06......H........ L���������������� 73-76 2/11/06......A........ L���������������� 92-99 1/9/07........A....... W��������������� 70-63 2/10/07......H........ L���������������� 88-99 1/16/08......H....... W��������������� 97-76 2/16/08......A....... W��������������� 83-68 2/27/08......H....... W��������������� 84-77 1/20/09......A........ L������������88-93 ot 2/21/09......H....... W��������������� 74-73 1/19/10......H........ L���������������� 87-89 2/20/10......A....... W��������������� 95-68 11/23/10....H........ L���������������� 62-65 1/22/11......A........ L���������������� 65-72 1/5/12........H........ L���������������� 58-69 2/4/12........A........ L�������������� 72-108

SAINT FRANCIS ILL.�������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

SAINT THOMAS��������������������� 3-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 3-0)

PU NORTH CENTRAL�������������� 7-0 (H: 7-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

11/22/74....H....... W��������������� 85-59 11/26/91....H....... W������������� 138-86 12/10/93....H....... W��������������� 98-51 12/9/94......H....... W��������������� 85-45 12/8/00......H....... W������������� 119-67 11/2/01......H....... W������������� 119-68 12/7/08......H....... W������������� 121-54

RIO GRANDE������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

11/6/10......A....... W��������������� 74-54

ROBERT MORRIS������������������� 3-3 (H: 2-2, A: 1-0, N: 0-1)

12/14/95....H....... W������������� 107-90 11/16/96....A....... W������������� 115-81 12/10/96....H....... W��������������� 79-50 12/8/01......H........ L������������98-99 ot 12/11/04....H........ L�������������� 99-114 11/9/07......N........ L���������������� 80-88

ROBERTS WESLEYAN������������� 5-3 (H: 0-1, A: 3-1, N: 2-1)

11/25/65....A........ L���������������� 90-94 11/24/66....A....... W��������������� 98-92 11/23/67....N........ L���������������� 88-94 1/7/85........N....... W��������������� 59-52 3/18/93......N....... W������������� 100-91 11/7/98......A....... W������������� 104-94 11/13/99....A....... W��������������� 94-88 11/11/00....H........ L���������������� 95-99

ROCKFORD���������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

11/19/05....N........ L����������95-96 2ot

ROSARY�������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/6/96......N....... W��������������� 86-50

RYERSON������������������������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/2/93........N....... W������������� 110-81

SAINT AMBOSE��������������������� 1-2 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 1-1)

11/15/08....N....... W��������������� 84-71

SAINT FRANCIS IND.��������� 42-34 (H: 27-12, A: 15-22, N: 0-0)

2/13/67......H........ L���������������� 91-92 2/12/68......A........ L������������ 112-119 2/20/71......H....... W��������������� 91-74 2/18/72......A........ L�������������� 96-100 1/6/73........A....... W��������������� 97-67 1/5/74........A....... W������������� 106-87 12/5/74......H....... W��������������� 99-75 12/4/75......A........ L���������������� 71-74 12/2/76......H....... W��������������� 79-78 2/9/78........A....... W��������������� 75-72 1/23/79......H....... W�����������80-78 ot 1/24/80......A....... W��������������� 77-57 1/22/81......H....... W��������������� 60-56 2/15/82......A....... W��������������� 80-67 11/23/82....H....... W��������������� 78-65 11/29/83....A........ L���������������� 79-84 11/17/84....H........ L���������������� 74-75 12/8/84......A........ L���������������� 74-76 11/23/85....A........ L���������������� 61-68 1/14/86......H........ L���������������� 73-94 1/15/87......H....... W��������������� 74-63

12/19/91....N....... W��������������� 83-72 12/31/97....N....... W��������������� 84-67 12/29/08....N....... W��������������� 70-67

SAINT VINCENT�������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

12/27/04....N........ L��������104-109 ot

SAINT XAVIER����������������������� 2-6 (H: 2-2, A: 0-4, N: 0-0)

12/15/98....H....... W������������� 115-92 12/17/99....A........ L���������������� 68-97 12/2/00......H....... W��������������� 95-90 12/1/01......A........ L���������������� 77-96 12/7/02......H........ L�������������� 99-111 12/6/03......A........ L���������������� 81-88 11/13/04....H........ L���������������� 75-81 11/18/06....A........ L���������������� 79-90

SAN DIEGO���������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

12/17/81....A........ L���������������� 34-68

SAVANNAH ART & DESIGN����� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

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12/28/06....A....... W��������������� 99-88

SIENA HEIGHTS��������������������� 2-1 (H: 1-0, A: 0-1, N: 1-0)

12/9/89......H....... W��������������� 97-89 1/15/90......A........ L���������������� 86-94 3/18/97......N....... W��������������� 95-94

SLIPPERY ROCK STATE����������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

12/19/69....N........ L���������������� 62-78

SOUTHEASTERN CHRISTIAN��� 0-1 (H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

1/22/60......H........ L���������������� 79-85

SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA������� 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 2-0, N: 0-0)

1/7/88........A....... W��������������� 75-61 1/5/89........A....... W������������� 112-78

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA��������� 1-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 1-0)

3/16/89......N....... W��������������� 91-87 1/5/91........A........ L���������������� 84-97

SOUTHERN TECH�������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/3/96........N....... W��������������� 80-49

SOUTHWESTERN�������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/12/98......N....... W������������� 100-84

SOUTHWESTERN MICHIGAN�� 2-4 (H: 1-2, A: 1-2, N: 0-0)

11/15/69....H........ L���������������� 93-95 2/16/71......A........ L�������������� 80-106 2/19/72......H........ L�������������� 90-121 2/17/73......A........ L���������������� 78-82 1/18/74......H....... W��������������� 99-94 1/28/75......A....... W��������������� 73-62

SPRING ARBOR����������������� 27-35 (H: 14-14, A: 9-18, N: 4-3)

1958-59......A........ L���������������� 49-91 1/8/60........H....... W��������������� 75-73 2/13/60......A........ L���������������� 63-64 12/2/60......H....... W��������������� 67-52 2/18/61......A....... W��������������� 59-54 12/9/61......A....... W��������������� 76-67 1/6/62........A....... W��������������� 87-70 1962-63......A........ L���������������� 77-80 1962-63......H....... W��������������� 99-87 1962-63......H....... W��������������� 80-69 1/18/64......A........ L���������������� 65-73 2/28/64......A....... W��������������� 92-83 12/18/64....H....... W��������������� 89-82 2/27/65......A........ L������������ 103-117 12/17/65....A........ L���������������� 83-84 2/25/66......H........ L���������������� 71-72 12/16/66....H....... W�������110-101 ot 2/21/67......A........ L���������������� 77-96 12/15/67....H........ L���������������� 74-95 2/20/68......A........ L���������������� 98-99 1968-69......A........ L�������������� 94-104 2/21/69......H........ L���������������� 72-83 12/6/69......A........ L�������������� 83-123 1/10/70......H........ L�������������� 85-101 12/5/70......A........ L�������������� 78-110 1970-71......N........ L�������������� 96-111 2/6/71........H........ L���������������� 71-77 2/5/72........H........ L�������������� 89-103 2/15/72......A........ L�������������� 93-128 11/25/72....N........ L���������������� 85-97 2/20/73......A........ L�������������� 98-110 12/18/73....N....... W��������������� 85-61 2/19/74......H........ L���������������� 74-75 2/15/75......A........ L���������������� 76-90 2/14/76......H........ L���������������� 61-64 11/28/81....N....... W��������������� 64-56 11/7/92......N....... W�������105-100 ot 12/20/94....A....... W��������������� 89-79

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12/16/95....H....... W������������� 111-98 3/15/97......N....... W��������������� 94-83 11/14/00....H....... W��������������� 83-70 12/4/01......A........ L���������������� 84-88 11/11/03....H....... W������������� 100-64 1/8/05........H........ L���������������� 73-82 2/8/05........A....... W��������������� 78-70 3/19/05......N........ L���������������� 67-71 1/7/06........H........ L���������������� 91-95 2/7/06........H........ L���������������� 77-81 1/16/07......A........ L���������������� 69-72 2/17/07......H........ L���������������� 92-98 1/23/08......H....... W��������������� 82-79 2/23/08......A........ L���������������� 70-81 1/3/09........A........ L���������������� 65-66 2/3/09........H....... W��������������� 77-71 2/28/09......H....... W��������������� 76-64 1/5/10........H....... W��������������� 85-62 2/2/10........A....... W��������������� 78-72 2/27/10......H....... W��������������� 65-57 1/6/11........A....... W��������������� 61-59 2/5/11........H........ L���������������� 53-67 11/22/11....A....... W��������������� 76-74 1/21/12......H........ L���������������� 62-64

1/17/09......H....... W��������������� 62-46 2/17/09......A....... W��������������� 63-55 2/25/09......H....... W��������������� 73-53 1/16/10......A........ L���������������� 73-79 2/16/10......H....... W��������������� 70-57 1/18/11......H........ L���������������� 57-70 2/19/11......A........ L���������������� 75-77 12/3/11......A........ L���������������� 67-85 1/28/12......H........ L���������������� 61-70

SUNY-UTICA�������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN��������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

SUOMI���������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

THOMAS MORE��������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

SUSQUEHANNA��������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0)

TOCCOA FALLS����������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0)

TABOR����������������������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

TRANSYLVANIA��������������������� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

TAYLOR������������������������������ 23-26 (H: 15-8, A: 5-17, N: 3-1)

TRI-STATE��������������������������� 8-23 (H: 5-6, A: 1-14, N: 2-3)

1/2/98........N....... W������������� 104-66

11/5/99......H....... W������������� 130-78

12/4/80......A........ L���������������� 62-67

3/8/96........N........ L���������������� 72-90

11/22/66....A........ L���������������� 84-92 11/21/67....A........ L�������������� 86-107 11/24/71....N........ L�������������� 99-106 2/12/72......A........ L���������������� 88-99 1974-75......A........ L���������������� 66-80 1977-78......N....... W��������������� 80-66 11/26/80....N....... W��������������� 64-51 11/27/81....N....... W��������������� 56-41 1/21/95......H....... W��������������� 77-63 2/11/95......A....... W��������������� 77-65 2/25/95......H....... W��������������� 88-69 1/20/96......A....... W��������������� 57-52 2/10/96......H....... W��������������� 85-68 2/27/96......H....... W��������������� 76-62 1/21/97......H....... W��������������� 82-67 2/15/97......A........ L���������������� 86-88 3/4/97........H....... W�����������95-96 ot 1/20/98......A....... W��������������� 77-73 2/14/98......H....... W��������������� 83-73 1/23/99......A........ L���������������� 82-88 2/16/99......H....... W��������������� 89-72 1/22/00......H....... W��������������� 82-59 2/15/00......A....... W��������������� 89-80 1/23/01......A........ L���������������� 72-74 2/17/01......H....... W��������������� 78-74 1/22/02......H........ L���������������� 64-78 2/16/02......A........ L���������������� 75-83 1/7/03........H........ L���������������� 68-83 2/1/03........A........ L���������������� 54-72 1/6/04........A........ L���������������� 64-81 1/31/04......H....... W��������������� 70-48 12/8/04......A........ L���������������� 64-77 2/1/05........H........ L���������������� 65-76 12/7/05......H........ L���������������� 51-62 1/31/06......A........ L���������������� 50-65 11/21/06....H....... W��������������� 85-81 1/20/07......A........ L���������������� 65-77 12/1/07......A........ L������������57-58 ot 1/26/08......H........ L���������������� 70-74 3/1/08........H....... W��������������� 67-57

TEMPLE BAPTIST������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

11/18/00....n........w�������������� 124-58

TENNESSEE TEMPLE�������������� 4-4 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 4-3)

11/27/69....N....... W��������������� 89-77 12/19/73....N....... W��������������� 78-75 3/21/81......A........ L���������������� 59-69 3/17/88......N........ L���������������� 74-92 3/17/89......N........ L���������������� 74-77 3/17/90......N....... W������������� 108-97 1/5/95........N....... W��������������� 92-77 3/21/03......N........ L���������������� 81-82

11/4/06......N........ L���������������� 93-94

12/17/82....A........ L���������������� 80-95

1/9/89........A....... W������������� 118-85

1/4/94........N........ L���������������� 85-88

1962-63......A........ L���������������� 63-95 1962-63......H........ L���������������� 77-94 2/1/64........H........ L���������������� 81-84 11/25/67....N........ L���������������� 58-95 12/11/70....A........ L���������������� 63-87 2/13/73......H........ L���������������� 59-64 2/12/74......A........ L���������������� 64-74 2/10/75......H........ L���������������� 59-60 2/10/76......A........ L���������������� 68-74 1/8/77........A........ L���������������� 57-60 1/25/77......H........ L���������������� 56-74 1/21/78......H....... W��������������� 22-21 1977-78......A........ L���������������� 48-69 1/20/79......A........ L���������������� 58-89 1/19/80......H....... W��������������� 81-64 1/10/81......A........ L���������������� 57-62 3/2/81........A........ L���������������� 54-55 1981-82......A........ L���������������� 59-78 12/3/83......A........ L���������������� 49-65 1/31/85......N....... W��������������� 69-67 1984-85......A........ L���������������� 62-94 2/6/86........N........ L���������������� 74-84 1/22/87......H....... W��������������� 80-70 1/28/88......A........ L�������������� 92-106 1/12/89......H........ L���������������� 84-91 1/11/90......A....... W��������������� 96-94 1/17/91......H....... W��������������� 89-87 1/16/92......A........ L���������������� 74-78 11/18/94....N....... W��������������� 93-77 12/13/97....H....... W������������� 101-79 11/17/00....N........ L���������������� 76-79

TRINITY CHRISTIAN���������� 29-11 (H: 17-7, A: 12-3, N: 0-1)

11/22/69....H........ L�������������� 82-101 2/3/70........A........ L���������������� 63-83 3/6/70........H....... W��������������� 70-66 1970-71......H........ L���������������� 68-94 1/16/71......H........ L���������������� 64-85 11/20/71....H........ L���������������� 69-74

11/26/71....N........ L���������������� 91-93 1/15/72......A........ L���������������� 71-87 1/20/73......H........ L���������������� 66-73 11/17/73....H....... W��������������� 84-71 12/7/74......H........ L���������������� 75-79 12/6/75......A....... W��������������� 73-46 2/1/77........H....... W��������������� 92-87 2/11/78......A....... W��������������� 79-67 11/20/78....A....... W��������������� 79-75 2/10/79......H....... W��������������� 87-77 12/1/79......H....... W������������� 105-65 1/22/80......A....... W��������������� 78-76 1/29/81......H....... W��������������� 88-40 2/10/81......A....... W��������������� 82-45 1/9/82........H....... W��������������� 72-47 12/7/82......A....... W��������������� 73-64 1982-83......H....... W������������� 120-62 2/25/84......H....... W��������������� 88-76 12/11/84....A....... W��������������� 83-74 12/10/85....H....... W��������������� 93-51 12/9/86......A....... W��������������� 94-74 2/10/87......H....... W��������������� 98-75 12/8/87......H....... W��������������� 96-77 12/7/88......A....... W��������������� 87-81 12/5/89......H....... W��������������� 87-72 3/8/90........H....... W��������������� 87-69 11/27/90....A....... W��������������� 95-90 3/8/91........H....... W������������� 117-79 3/12/93......H....... W��������������� 87-71 11/11/95....A....... W������������� 100-80 11/8/97......A....... W������������� 105-69 3/5/02........H........ L������������93-94 ot 12/18/04....H....... W��������������� 75-49 12/17/05....A........ L���������������� 68-76

2/15/79......A........ L���������������� 62-63 12/7/79......H....... W������������� 109-59 11/3/01......H....... W������������� 120-85 12/28/01....N....... W������������� 101-69

TRINITY INTERNATIONAL�� 26-10 (H: 11-3, A: 13-7, N: 2-0)

WARREN WILSON����������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

as Trinity 1/15/60......A....... W��������������� 76-66 2/26/60......H....... W��������������� 76-66 2/10/60......H....... W��������������� 64-62 1/20/61......A........ L���������������� 56-68 12/12/61....A........ L���������������� 70-84 1/24/62......H........ L�������������� 67-102 1962-63......A....... W��������������� 66-63 1962-63......A........ L���������������� 66-89 1962-63......H........ L���������������� 72-74 2/21/64......H....... W��������������� 80-72 2/8/65........A........ L���������������� 79-89 11/26/65....A....... W������������� 107-85 2/4/66........H....... W��������������� 98-80 11/21/70....N....... W��������������� 79-75 2/3/73........A....... W��������������� 75-61 2/2/74........H....... W��������������� 93-67 ...................A........ L���������������� 53-59 12/13/74....A........ L���������������� 76-86 1/26/76......H........ L���������������� 68-75 2/5/80........H....... W��������������� 92-55 12/3/82......A....... W��������������� 92-64 11/22/86....H....... W��������������� 99-59 12/7/91......A....... W������������� 110-62 12/5/92......N....... W��������������� 80-76 as Trinity International 12/2/95......A........ L���������������� 91-94 11/30/96....A....... W������������� 121-98 12/14/96....H....... W������������� 123-94 12/4/99......A....... W������������� 110-68 12/9/00......H....... W��������������� 99-65 11/10/01....A....... W��������������� 99-61 11/9/02......A....... W��������������� 92-58 12/10/05....H....... W��������������� 65-55 12/9/06......H....... W���������100-93 ot 11/10/07....A....... W��������������� 91-49 12/12/08....A....... W������������� 102-77 11/21/09....A....... W��������������� 85-59

UC CLERMONT���������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

12/2/05......N....... W������������� 114-82

UM DEARBORN��������������������� 4-1 (H: 3-0, A: 0-1, N: 1-0)

12/10/77....H....... W��������������� 93-71

UM FARMINGTON����������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/7/89........N....... W��������������� 80-63

UW RIVER FALLS������������������� 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0)

11/17/01....H....... W��������������� 97-94

VALPARAISO�������������������������� 2-3 (H: 0-0, A: 2-3, N: 0-0)

1/17/81......A........ L���������������� 52-58 12/4/82......A........ L���������������� 67-70 12/1/87......A........ L���������������� 49-81 1/23/92......A....... W��������������� 85-82 11/15/97....A....... W��������������� 85-75

WALSH���������������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

1/25/69......N....... W��������������� 72-70

WARNER PACIFIC������������������ 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/12/08......N....... W�����������86-73 ot

WARNER SOUTHERN������������� 2-1 (H: 0-0, A: 2-1, N: 0-0)

1/4/85........A....... W��������������� 99-70 12/17/98....A....... W��������������� 88-85 1/3/00........A........ L�������������� 88-100

12/17/73....N....... W��������������� 90-76

WEBBER INTERNATIONAL������ 6-1 (H: 0-0, A: 6-0, N: 0-1)

as Webber 12/20/89....A....... W��������������� 90-82 as Webber International 1/5/95........A....... W��������������� 95-77 12/18/96....A....... W����������� 110-108 12/18/98....A....... W���������104-95 ot 1/4/00........A....... W��������������� 89-73 1/5/02........A....... W��������������� 87-76 12/28/10....N........ L���������������� 59-61

WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN��� 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1)

11/14/87....N........ L���������������� 74-91

WESTERN BAPTIST���������������� 2-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-1)

3/18/89......N........ L�������������� 94-115 3/18/92......N....... W��������������� 98-83 3/14/97......N....... W��������������� 80-78

WHITWORTH������������������������� 1-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0)

3/14/98......N....... W��������������� 88-85

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12/28/07....N....... W��������������� 84-76

WILLIAM JEWELL������������������ 2-0 (H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 2-0)

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2011-12 SEASON REVIEW

Results�������������������������������������������������������������� 60 Season Review���������������������������������������������61-62 Statistics����������������������������������������������������������� 63 Superlatives������������������������������������������������������ 64 Box Scores���������������������������������������������������65-74


2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

RESULTS NOVEMBER Wed. Tue. Fri. Sat. Tue. Fri. Sat. Tue. Wed.

2 8 11 12 15 18 19 22 30

DECEMBER Sat. Tue. Fri. Sat. Fri. Sat.

JANUARY Tue. Thur. Sat. Tue. Sat. Tue. Sat. Tue. Sat. Tue.

& &

^ ^ * *

Holy Cross Aquinas Kuyper Indiana Dabney #32 Concordia Mich. #31 Judson PU Calumet Spring Arbor #19 Goshen

Notre Dame, Ind. Grand Rapids, Mich. Mishawaka, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Ann Arbor, Mich. Elgin, Ill. Elgin, Ill. Spring Arbor, Mich. Mishawaka, Ind.

W, 68-67 W, 81-79 W, 101-57 W, 93-64 L, 78-86 W, 80-77 W, 75-61 W, 76-74 L, 81-88

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

Upland, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. West Palm Beach, Fla. West Palm Beach, Fla.

L, 67-85 W, 69-66 W, 84-73 L, 65-78 W, 73-61 L, 66-101

7-3 (1-2) 8-3 9-3 9-4 10-4 10-5

3 6 9 10 16 17

* # # + +

#31 Taylor IU South Bend Holy Cross #18 Cardinal Stritch Edward Waters #1 Northwood Fla.

3 5 7 10 14 17 21 24 28 31

* * * * * * * * * *

Mount Vernon Nazarene #40 Saint Francis Ind. Marian #5 Grace #14 Indiana Wesleyan #22 Huntington #22 Spring Arbor #21 Goshen Taylor Mount Vernon Nazarene

Mishawaka, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Marion, Ind. Huntington, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Goshen, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Mount Vernon, Ohio

W, 89-77 L, 58-69 W, 70-55 L, 69-77 W, 83-80 W, 84-77 L, 62-64 L, 84-92 L, 61-70 W, 87-66

11-5 (2-2) 11-6 (2-3) 12-6 (3-3) 12-7 (3-4) 13-7 (4-4) 14-7 (5-4) 14-8 (5-5) 14-9 (5-6) 14-10 (5-7) 15-10 (6-7)

* * * * *

#21 Saint Francis Ind. #38 Huntington #14 Indiana Wesleyan #7 Grace Marian

Fort Wayne, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind. Winona Lake, Ind. Mishawaka, Ind.

L, 72-108 W, 89-80 L, 87-94 L, 97-100 2ot L, 61-80

15-11 (6-8) 16-11 (7-8) 16-12 (7-9) 16-13 (7-10) 16-14 (7-11)

FEBRUARY Sat. Tue. Sat. Tue. Sat.

4 7 11 14 18

& Bethel Tip-Off Classic ^ Judson University Classic # Gates Automotive Classic + Battle at the Beach Challenge * Crossroads League game

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ELEVATE

SEASON REVIEW After only the second losing season in program history since 1971-72 at 14-17 two seasons ago, the Pilots were determined to rise together and write a new chapter in the storied history of Bethel basketball.

With a lineup featuring two seniors, two juniors, and a slew of underclassmen, the Pilots were short on experience but filled with hunger and passion, eager to prove themselves capable. The Pilots took to the road for the first two games of the season and narrowly escaped both trips with victories. In the trip across town to Holy Cross, the Pilots struggled to find their identity through the first 33 minutes of the game until the freshmen duo of Matt Schauss and Zach Miller took the lead and guided the Pilots to a one-point victory, avoiding a last-second attempt by the Saints. On the next road trip, the Pilots found themselves in a deep hole at Aquinas, trailing 17 points with twelve minutes remaining. Again, Schauss and Miller fuled an epic comeback, capped by the heroics of Schauss’s running ten-foot bank shot at the buzzer for the two-point win. The Pilots seemed comfortable in their debut on their home court during the TipOff Classic, easily defeating the likes of Kuyper and Indiana Dabney by an average of 41.5 points, while scoring an average of 97 points per game. At 4-0, the Pilots again took to the road against their second WHAC opponent in as many road trips, but came away with a lackluster 86-78 letdown against No. 32 Concordia, the first loss in program history to the Cardinals. But the Pilots regrouped quickly after the sting of their first defeat, bringing home the Judson Classic title by defeating the No. 31-ranked host Eagles and PU Calumet on consecutive nights and running their record to 6-1 in non-conference play in the process. In pre-Christmas conference play, the Pilots again came away with a nail-biting twopoint victory in the unlikely confines at

Spring Arbor, their third straight road victory at the Fieldhouse and second straight twopoint decision.

But the Pilots again stumbled in their second two pre-Christmas conference games, losing at home to No. 19 Goshen in an 8881 shootout and then dropping a 85-67 decision to No. 31-ranked Taylor on the road to fall to 1-2 in Crossroads League action. The Pilots again regrouped quickly with two tough, emotional games against crosstown rivals in IU South Bend and a rematch against Holy Cross. In the only matchup of the year between the two teams, the Pilots and Titans traded blows throughout the game before the Pilots landed the knockout punch with Jordan Bowerman and Taylor Kolbus giving the Pilots the lead with under two minutes remaining. The Pilots handled the rematch with Holy Cross much better in the Gates Automotive Classic, holding a double digit lead nearly the entire game and finish with the 84-73 advantage. In the championship game of the Gates Automotive Classic, the Pilots ran into a tough Cardinal Stritch squad, ranked No. 18, and could not muster anything, falling behind 23-4 early on and failing to recover. The Pilots’ annual trip to Florida came before the Christmas holiday, with a return trip to the Battle at the Beach Challenge, hosted by the No. 1 team in the land, Northwood. After defeating Edward Waters in the first game, the Pilots got their shot to get their first program victory over a No. 1-ranked team. However, there was no magic comeback against the Seahawks this time for the Pilots, and were seven points away from being handed their worst defeat in program history, a 101-66 drubbing. After 15 games, the Pilots stood at 10-5 and could now focus on the grind of the Crossroads League for the second half of the season.

BY THE NUMBERS CATEGORY

11-12

CONF.

NAIA

SCORING

11-12

CONF.

NAIA

13.7 12.2 10.0 9.9

14 19 -- 26

154 ----

.440

1

15

.873

1

4

4.3 3.7 3.6

24 27 28

----

12

--

3.0 2.6 2.6

25 31 33

----

2.6

11

154

0.6

16

147

2.6 1.1 1.0

-- 13 16

----

20

--

Scoring Offense Scoring Defense Scoring Margin Field Goal Pct. Field Goal Pct. Def. 3-Pt FG Pct. 3-Pt FG Pct. Def. Free Throw Pct. Total Rebounds Off. Rebounds Def. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Assist-TO Ratio Win/Loss Pct.

Zach Miller Matt Schauss Landon Booker Ryan Benner

3-POINT FG PCT. Zach Miller

FREE THROW PCT. Zach Miller

TOTAL REBOUNDS Patrick Oetting Michael Mislan Matt Schauss

77.0 76.9 +0.1 .427 .473 .379 .349 .675 35.5 12.0 23.5 13.5 2.3 9.1 0.9 .533

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Patrick Oetting

1.7

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Matt Schauss Patrick Oetting Ryan Benner

ASSISTS

Matt Schauss

BLOCKS

Patrick Oetting

STEALS

Landon Booker Matt Schauss Nick Lewis

ASSIST-TURNOVER RATIO Zach Miller

1.24

1 9 9 10 10 4 5 8 5 2 6 4 9 1 5 9

38 113 79 90 130 14 97 74 83 47 103 66 78 24 51 58

The Pilots first game after the turn of the new year marked a new era in Crossroads

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League history, as the Pilots welcomed Mt. Vernon Nazarene into Gates Gymnasium for the first time since 1991, but the first-ever as a conference foe. The Pilots dominated the matchup with the Cougars, keeping them winless in conference play and evening up their conference record at 2-2. The Pilots split the next two games, losing at home to St. Francis while winning on the road at Marian. Sitting at 3-3 in the Crossroads League, the Pilots faced their most difficult stretch of their schedule, with five straight games against top 25 opponents, not an unusual sight for the toughest conference in the nation. The Pilots, with only two of those games at home, took two of the five games victoriously, but neither were home games. After dropping a matchup with No. 5 Grace at home 69-77, the Pilots faced two straight road games against No. 14 Indiana Wesleyan and No. 22 Huntington.

ACCOLADES TEAM

Bethel Tip-Off Classic Champions Judson University Classic Champions

LANDON BOOKER

Team Most Valuable Player Team Defensive Most Valuable Player

TAYLOR KOLBUS

Bethel Tip-Off Classic MVP Team Mental Attitude Award

NICK LEWIS

Team Wes Laidig Super Sub Award

ZACH MILLER

Crossroads League Newcomer of the Year Crossroads League All-Newcomer Team Crossroads Leage Third Team All-Conference Battle at the Beach All-Tournament Team

PATRICK OETTING

Team Most Improved Player

MATT OWENS

NCCAA Scholar Athlete Crossroads League Academic All-Conference Team Martin Moneyheffer Award Bethel College Ron Paulsen Award

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After playing from behind for the first 35 minutes of the game, the Pilots closed out the Wildcats with a 17-5 run, including a goahead three-pointer by Matt Schauss with eleven seconds remaining to escape with their first upset of the year. Three days later, the Pilots traveled to Huntington for their second straight upset bid. After trailing by one with four minutes to play, the Pilots again closed out their higher-ranked opponent with a 12-4 run to claim their second road upset in a row. The Pilots looked to continue the momentum at home against No. 22 Spring Arbor and at No. 21 Goshen, but couldn’t capitalize in two straight losses, as the Pilots fell below .500 in Crossroads League play at 5-6. A loss to Taylor at home ran the Pilots’ losing streak to three straight games, their longest of the season. The Pilots’ first trip to Mt. Vernon Nazarene as a conference game was just what the Pilots needed, as they dominated from start to finish, and stopped the losing skid with an 87-66 victory over the Cougars and with it, eclipsed their win total from last season.

The Pilots traveled to No. 21 St. Francis, hoping to avoid their fourth straight loss to the Cougars, but ended up up allowing the most points to an opponent since allowing 109 points in a December 2004 matchup against St. Vincent, in a 72-108 loss to the Cougars. Three of the final four games remaining on the schedule for the Pilots were played in the comforts of the Wiekamp Athletic Center, but only managed to win one of those games, a 89-80 victory over Huntington, sweeping the season series with the Foresters for the second time in three seasons. Home losses to No. 14 Indiana Wesleyan and a senior day loss to Marian were sandwiched with one of the most thriling chapters in the rivalry that is Grace vs. Bethel: a double overtime heartbreak that featured two game-tying buzzer beaters. In the final moments of regulation, Matt Schauss scored with eleven seconds remaining to tie the game and send it to overtime. Down by three in the closing seconds of the extra session, the Pilots again went to Matt Schauss whose three-pointer was off the mark but an offensive rebound was kicked out to sophomore Ryan Benner whose perimeter shot found the bottom of the net as the buzzer sounded to send it to double overtime. However, the magic had run out on the Pilots, as the Lancers took control of the game in the second extra stanza to win the thriller, 100-97. Freshmen Zach Miller and Matt Schauss broke a program record in the game, each playing 48 of the possible 50 minutes. The Pilots closed the year with a 16-14 record, a two-win improvement from the previous season, including going 7-11 in the Crossroads League, a three-win improvement. However, with the addition of Mt. Vernon Nazarene to the league, the Pilots finished ninth and missed out on the conference tournament for the second time in program history.


ELEVATE

STATISTICS OVERALL RECORD: 16-14 PLAYER G-GS 4 Steve Ward 24-4 5 Spencer Krhin 15-0 10 Matt Owens 10-0 12 Cody Cochran 17-3 15 Landon Booker 22-21 20 Matt Schauss 30-26 21 Taylor Kolbus 28-6 22 Zach Miller 30-21 23 Nick Lewis 27-0 24 Brandon Gerber 26-19 25 Michael Mislan 28-3 30 Jordan Bowerman 13-11 32 Darrell Hopkins 27-7 34 Ryan Benner 27-11 41 Patrick Oetting 27-18 Team Totals 30 Opponents 30 SCORE BY HALVES 1ST Bethel 1059 Opponents 1120

MIN-AVG 148-6.2 103-6.9 46-4.6 323-19.0 516-23.5 844-28.1 279-10.0 892-29.7 485-18.0 487-18.7 430-15.4 259-19.9 306-11.3 546-20.2 376-13.9 6047 6051 2ND 1232 1165

OT 10 10

FG-FGA 11-30 14-31 5-7 47-108 83-184 127-335 41-88 123-286 63-168 36-122 58-108 34-70 32-74 94-199 47-99 815-1909 851-1799

SCORE BY HALVES Bethel Opponents

1ST 624 684

MIN-AVG 96-6.0 46-7.7 26-4.3 143-20.4 375-25.0 503-27.9 124-7.8 600-33.3 332-18.4 258-17.2 279-16.4 58-19.3 203-13.5 358-22.4 241-13.4 3648 3651

2ND 734 731

OT 10 10

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 3-11 14-0.6 10-12 22-1.5 0-6 6-0.6 11-20 31-1.8 19-17 46-2.1 18-91 109-3.6 20-47 67-2.4 17-47 64-2.1 16-19 35-1.3 33-56 89-3.4 27-76 103-3.7 18-38 56-4.3 35-57 92-3.4 22-73 95-3.5 45-71 116-4.3 65-54 119---- 359-705 1064-35.5 3220826 1148-38.3

PF AST TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 7 13 13 0 9 35-1.5 21 6 4 1 3 39-2.6 6 4 4 0 1 15-1.5 28 24 22 3 19 125-7.4 39 65 37 4 57 220-10.0 69 79 95 5 33 362-12.2 43 7 22 1 5 101-3.6 42 46 37 7 28 412-13.7 60 44 45 0 28 202-7.5 51 44 36 4 17 104-4.0 31 15 18 5 12 130-4.6 33 7 17 6 6 91-7.0 44 3 15 10 7 86-3.2 30 30 34 7 25 268-9.9 78 17 17 17 14 120-4.4 6 582 404 422 70 272 2310-77.0 593 425 530 113 219 2307-76.9

OFF-DEF TOT-AVG 3-7 10-0.6 5-5 10-1.7 0-3 3-0.5 4-6 10-1.4 15-20 35-2.3 15-55 70-3.9 6-20 26-1.6 9-30 39-2.2 11-13 24-1.3 15-25 40-2.7 18-52 70-4.1 1-9 10-3.3 24-30 54-3.6 14-44 58-3.6 29-53 81-4.5 42-39 81---- 210-411 621-34.5 197-495 692-38.4

PF AST TO BLK STL PTS-AVG 6 5 11 0 3 27-1.7 12 1 3 1 2 25-4.2 4 1 0 0 0 6-1.0 12 5 9 2 4 60-8.6 27 52 30 3 35 158-10.5 45 41 47 4 16 206-11.4 16 3 9 0 3 25-1.6 30 31 25 6 18 275-15.3 43 25 28 0 18 143-7.9 32 25 21 2 3 64-4.3 22 9 9 2 6 80-4.7 10 2 1 2 3 28-9.3 29 1 7 5 4 43-2.9 18 16 18 6 19 172-10.8 50 10 11 10 3 65-3.6 5 356 227 234 43 137 1377-76.5 336 252 271 72 127 1437-79.8

2OT TOTAL 9 2310 12 2307

CROSSROADS LEAGUE RECORD: 7-11 / 9TH PLAYER G-GS 4 Steve Ward 16-4 5 Spencer Krhin 6-0 10 Matt Owens 6-0 12 Cody Cochran 7-1 15 Landon Booker 15-14 20 Matt Schauss 18-14 21 Taylor Kolbus 16-1 22 Zach Miller 18-17 23 Nick Lewis 18-0 24 Brandon Gerber 15-9 25 Michael Mislan 17-0 30 Jordan Bowerman 3-3 32 Darrell Hopkins 15-7 34 Ryan Benner 16-9 41 Patrick Oetting 18-11 Team Totals 18 Opponents 18

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. .367 8-21 .381 5-8 .625 .438 3-11 .273 8-12 .667 .714 4-4 1.000 1-1 1.000 .435 9-41 .220 22-34 .647 .451 6-22 .273 48-74 .649 .380 24-77 .312 84-119 .706 .466 0-0 .000 19-27 .704 .430 77-175 .440 89-102 .873 .375 17-36 .472 59-82 .720 .295 12-35 .353 20-42 .476 .537 1-3 .333 13-22 .591 .486 1-4 .250 22-33 .667 .432 0-0 .000 22-40 .550 .472 39-100 .390 41-66 .621 .475 0-2 .000 26-46 .565 .427 201-531 .379 479-710 .675 .473 179-513 .349 426-645 .660

FG-FGA 8-20 9-15 2-3 24-48 65-140 74-207 10-25 78-178 48-126 23-62 35-69 10-18 17-44 63-121 28-59 494-1135 522-1081

PCT. 3PT-3PTA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. .400 6-14 .429 5-8 .625 .600 2-6 .333 5-8 .625 .667 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 .500 4-14 .286 8-15 .533 .464 5-15 .333 23-38 .605 .357 12-42 .286 46-71 .648 .400 0-0 .000 5-9 .556 .438 49-105 .467 70-80 .875 .381 13-28 .464 34-49 .694 .371 9-17 .529 9-23 .391 .507 1-2 .500 9-13 .692 .556 0-2 .000 8-12 .667 .386 0-0 .000 9-20 .450 .521 20-58 .345 26-44 .591 .475 0-2 .000 9-21 .429 .435 122-306 .399 267-412 .648 .483 111-322 .345 282-415 .680

2OT TOTAL 9 1377 12 1437

PTS

REB

AST

BLK

STL

MILLER

OETTING

SCHAUSS

OETTING

BOOKER

Zach

13.7 PPG

Patrick

4.3 RPG

Matt

2.6 APG

Patrick

0.6 BPG

Landon

2.6 SPG

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SUPERLATIVES INDIVIDUAL

BETHEL

TEAM

BETHEL HIGH

Total Points������������������������� Total Field Goals����������������� Field Goals Att.������������������� Field Goal Pct. (6)��������������� Field Goal Pct. (10)������������� 2-Point Field Goals�������������� 2-Point Field Goals Att.������� 3-Point Field Goals�������������� 3-Point Field Goals Att.������� 3-Point Field Goal Pct. (3)��� 3-Point Field Goal Pct. (5)��� Free Throws������������������������ Free Throws Att.����������������� Free Throw Pct. (8)������������� Offensive Rebounds������������ Defensive Rebounds����������� Total Rebounds������������������� Assists��������������������������������� Turnovers���������������������������� Blocked Shots��������������������� Steals���������������������������������� Minutes Played - Regulation Minutes Played - Overtime Total Points������������������������� Points - First Half���������������� Points - Second Half������������ Points - Overtime���������������� Total Field Goals����������������� Field Goals Att.������������������� Field Goal Pct.��������������������� 2-Point Field Goals�������������� 2-Point Field Goals Att.������� 3-Point Field Goals�������������� 3-Point Field Goals Att.������� 3-Point Field Goal Pct.�������� Free Throws������������������������ Free Throws Att.����������������� Free Throw Pct.������������������ Offensive Rebounds������������ Defensive Rebounds����������� Total Rebounds������������������� Assists��������������������������������� Turnovers���������������������������� Blocked Shots��������������������� Steals����������������������������������

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27, Landon Booker vs. Goshen 1/24/12 10, three times 18, Matt Schauss, three times .750 (6/8), three times .667 (10/15), Landon Booker vs. Indiana Wesleyan 1/14/12 10, two times 16, Michael Mislan vs. Grace 2/14/12 5, Zach Miller, three times 11, Zach Miller vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene 1/31/12 .800 (4/5), Zach Miller vs. Northwood Fla. 12/17/11 .714 (5/7), Zach Miller vs. Aquinas 11/8/11 10, Zach Miller vs. Huntington 2/7/12 13, Zach Miller vs. Huntington 2/7/12 1.000 (9/9), Zach Miller vs. Goshen 11/30/11 7, Patrick Oetting vs. Saint Francis Ind. 1/5/12 7, Brandon Gerber vs. Holy Cross 11/2/11 12, two times 7, Landon Booker vs. Indiana Wesleyan 1/14/12 8, Matt Schauss vs. Northwood Fla. 12/17/11 3, Patrick Oetting, two times 6, Landon Booker vs. Judson 11/18/11 38, Zach Miller vs. Mount Vernon Nazarene 1/31/12 48, two times 101 vs. Kuyper 11/11/11 55 vs. Kuyper 11/11/11 50, two times 19 vs. Grace 2/14/12 36 vs. Kuyper 11/11/11 80, two times .565 (35/62) vs. HU 1/17/12 27 vs. Huntington 2/7/12 62 vs. Concordia 11/15/11 12 vs. MVNU 1/3/12 28 vs. Kuyper 11/11/11 .600 (12/20) vs. MVNU 1/3/12

25 vs. Concordia 11/15/11 36 vs. Judson 11/18/11

.889 (16/18) vs. PUC 11/19/11

25 vs. Concordia 11/15/11 31 vs. Holy Cross 12/9/11 55 vs. Concordia 11/15/11 25 vs. Kuyper 11/11/11 24 vs. Northwood 12/17/11 6, three times 19, two times

BETHEL LOW

58 vs. Saint Francis 1/5/12 21 vs. Spring Arbor 1/21/12 33 vs. Saint Francis 2/4/12 19 vs. Grace 2/14/12 19 vs. Northwood 12/17/11 49 vs. Marian 1/7/12 .313 (25/80) vs. CU 11/15/11

12 vs. Marian 2/18/12

35 vs. Card. Stritch 12/10/11

3, four times 9 vs. Marian 1/7/12 .167 (3/18) vs. CU 11/15/11 5, two times 7 vs. Huntington 1/7/12 .455 (5/11) vs. SAU 1/21/12 5 vs. Northwood 12/17/11 16, two times 22 vs. Northwood 12/17/11 5 vs. Taylor 12/3/11 8, two times 0, five times 1 vs. Marian 2/18/12

OPPONENT

35, Bruce Grimm Jr. of Grace 2/14/12 12, Caleb Kennedy of Huntington 2/7/12 23, Bruce Grimm Jr. of Grace 2/14/12 .857 (6/7), four times .769 (10/13), Caleb Kennedy of Huntington 1/17/12 12, Caleb Kennedy of Huntington 2/7/12 19, Caleb Kennedy of Huntington 2/7/12 6, John Schaeffer of Concordia Mich. 11/15/11 12, Casey Coons of Taylor 1/28/12 1.000 (3/3), Chris Beam of IU South Bend 12/6/11 .714 (5/7), Ethan Hussey of Saint Francis Ind. 2/4/12 13, Bruce Grimm Jr. of Grace 2/14/12 17, Bruce Grimm Jr. of Grace 2/14/12 1.000 (11/11), Jordan Weidner of Ind. Wesleyan 2/11/12 7, two times 15, Chris Bellamy of Spring Arbor 11/22/11 18, Duke Johnson of Grace 1/10/12 8, two times 10, Adam Hodge of Judson 11/18/11 4, Caleb Sutton of Judson 11/18/11 6, Mike Betcher of Goshen 11/30/11 40, three times 47, Bruce Grimm Jr. of Grace 2/14/12

OPPONENT HIGH

108, Saint Francis 2/4/12 59, Northwood 12/17/11 62, Saint Francis 2/4/12 22, Grace 2/14/12 39, Saint Francis 2/4/12 78, Grace 2/14/12 .607 (37/61), GoC 1/24/12 28, three times 58, Holy Cross 12/9/11 12, Saint Francis 2/4/12 24, Saint Francis 2/4/12 .556 (10/18), GoC 11/30/11 33, Ind. Wesleyan 2/11/12 41, Ind. Wesleyan 2/11/12 .889 (8/9), SAU 1/21/12 23, Saint Francis 2/4/12 42, Saint Francis 2/4/12 65, Saint Francis 2/4/12 25, Northwood 12/17/11 34, two times 8, Mt. Vernon Naz. 1/3/12 13, three times

OPPONENT LOW

55, Marian 1/7/12 26, PU Calumet 11/19/11 21, Marian 1/7/12 22, Grace 2/14/12 21, Marian 1/7/12 45, IU South Bend 12/6/11 .339 (21/62), MU 1/7/12 16, two times 30, Taylor 1/28/12 1, Spring Arbor 11/22/11 8, Cardinal Stritch 12/10/11 .100 (1/10), SAU 11/22/11 3, PU Calumet 11/19/11 5, PU Calumet 11/19/11 .526 (10/19), AC 11/8/11 5, three times 19, two times 24, Huntington 1/17/12 6, IU South Bend 12/6/11 8, Cardinal Stritch 12/10/11 1, three times 3, two times


ELEVATE

BOX SCORES GAME #1

BETHEL HOLY CROSS

68 67

GAME #2

BETHEL AQUINAS

81 79

GAME #3

BETHEL KUYPER

101 57

NOVEMBER 2, 2011

NOVEMBER 8, 2011

NOVEMBER 11, 2011

Holy Cross jumped out to an early 9-3 lead before the Pilots went on a 13-1 run to jump in front 1610 midway through the first period. However, the Saints responded with a 12-2 run of their own to retake the lead at 22-18. The half ended with the teams exchanging baskets and the score knotted at 27-27.

The contest began with the Saints jumping out to a quick 10-4 lead. The advantage grew to ten (2111) before the Pilots were able to rally and take their first lead of the night (33-32). However, the Saints ended the period with a 19-8 run to take a 51-41 lead into the halftime intermission.

The contest began with the Pilots using full court defensive pressure to jump in front 12-3 just five minutes into the period. A basket from Cody Cochran at the 9:49 mark of the half increased the margin to seventeen points (28-11). Later, a 15-2 Bethel spurt put the Pilots ahead by the score of 47-20 with four minutes left in the period. After trading baskets, the teams went to the intermission with the Pilots comfortably in front 55-29.

Notre Dame, Ind. . McKenna Arena

Grand Rapids, Mich. . Sturrus SFC

The second half began much like the first, with Holy Cross building a 34-29 advantage. Once again, Bethel answered with a 15-4 spurt to jump back in front 44-38. But the Saints battled back and tied the contest at 56-56 with seven minutes left to play. Over the next four minutes of action, the Pilots regained a 68-61 advantage with 3:23 remaining in the period. However, the Saints scored the next six points to close to within 6867. With the game’s final possession, Holy Cross misfired on their final shot and the Pilots walked away with the win.

STATISTICS

Bethel 1-0 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 21 Kolbus, f 24 Gerber, f 30 Bowerman, f 12 Cochran 22 Miller 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

PTS 4 14 9 6 5 0 4 8 8 10 68

REB 2 5 9 8 4 0 2 2 5 3 7 47

AST 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

STL 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2

6

1

7

Holy Cross 0-1 PTS 1 Dobrzykowski, g 9 3 Okuda, g 6 11 Brevard, g 5 12 Kader, g 23 23 Williams, f 18 4 Bauer 5 20 McIntyre 0 32 Edwards 1 40 Onderdonk 0 43 Tullis 0 Team Totals 67

REB 4 3 5 2 11 2 1 0 0 0 4 33

AST 2 1 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

BLK 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

STL 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

10

4

8

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

The second half began with Aquinas building a huge 17 point lead (65-48) with 12:00 remaining. Bethel began chipping away at the deficit and trimmed the margin to just seven thanks to a 10-0 run. The Pilots still trailed by seven (7972) with 4:00 left in the game when they went on the decisive run. Defensively, Bethel stepped up and shutout the Saints the rest of the way. Meanwhile, a pair of key steals from Bethel guard, Landon Booker, led to four quick points, the last of which tied the game at 79-79 with 0:40 remaining. The Saints failed to convert on their next possession and the Pilots grabbed the rebound, calling timeout with 3.3 seconds left in regulation. Freshman guard, Matt Schauss, took the in-bounds pass and raced up the left side let go from ten feet out and banked in the game winner.

STATISTICS

Bethel 2-0 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 21 Kolbus, f 24 Gerber, f 30 Bowerman, f 4 Ward 5 Krhin 12 Cochran 22 Miller 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins Team Totals

PTS 13 17 4 8 8 0 5 3 19 4 0 81

REB 0 3 2 7 2 1 5 0 1 5 3 2 31

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

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

13

0

17

Aquinas 1-1 1 Moreland, g 11 Gordan, g 15 Moore, c 20 Eddy, f 22 Powers, g 3 Pfahler 5 McCane 13 Avecilla 14 Shockey 23 Grant 32 Jensen 35 Hornak Team Totals

PTS 13 5 11 6 23 4 2 0 9 6 0 0 79

REB 3 2 6 2 6 0 3 0 9 0 0 3 4 38

AST 3 4 6 1 1 1 2 0 3 0 0 1

BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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

22

2

10

In the second half of action, the Cougars tallied the first four points before the Pilot offense got back on track. Bethel steadily pulled farther away and led 78-45 midway through the stanza. With everyone receiving playing valuable time, the Pilots ended the contest with a 12-2 run. A put-back basket from Spencer Krhin pushed the Bethel total over the century mark with under a minute remaining.

STATISTICS

Bethel 3-0 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 21 Kolbus, f 24 Gerber, f 25 Mislan, c 4 Ward 5 Krhin 10 Owens 12 Cochran 22 Miller 32 Hopkins 34 Benner 41 Oetting Team Totals

PTS 2 15 12 11 8 3 3 6 7 12 15 7 0 101

REB 1 4 2 7 3 0 5 2 4 3 6 2 0 5 44

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

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

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

25

2

19

Kuyper 3-2 1 Klomp, g 2 DeKam, g 23 Haynes, f 32 Rogers, f 34 Lee, f 5 Hendrickson 10 Parks 12 Williams 21 Kragt 31 Brewer 33 Peterson Team Totals

PTS 0 6 11 2 14 0 0 0 5 17 2 57

REB 0 3 5 4 7 1 0 1 3 8 1 4 37

AST 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0

BLK 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

STL 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1

8

4

5

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

GAME #4

BETHEL INDIANA DABNEY

93 64

GAME #5

GAME #6

BETHEL #32 CONCORDIA MICH.

78 BETHEL 86 #31 JUDSON

NOVEMBER 12, 2011

NOVEMBER 15, 2011

NOVEMBER 18, 2011

The Pilots got off to a slow start as the visitors jumped in front 13-5 before Bethel went on the first of several runs – this one a 23-4 spurt, putting the Pilots on top 28-17. The remainder of the half was a back and forth contest and at the break Bethel led 46-34.

Despite the dismal shooting display the Pilots manged a ten point lead with just under three minutes to play until the Coardinals went on a 10-2 run to close the half out. Bethel went into the half up two at 36-34.

STATISTICS

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

Ann Arbor, Mich. . Cardinal Gymnasium

Elgin, Ill. . Lindner Fitness Center

The first ten minutes of the second half picked up right where the two teams left off in the first – trading baskets, and with ten minutes left to play, Bethel’s lead was 62-48. At that point, the Pilot defense stepped up, leading to a huge 26-5 run to increase the margin to 88-53. From there, Bethel cruised to their fourth consecutive win.

In the second half both teams traded baskets until a 7-0 run midway through the second half would give Concordia the lead for good. Bethel would be down by as many as ten before trimming the lead to 6 on mutliple occassions, but in the end the Cardinals would use four straight three pointers to give the home team the commanding lead.

STATISTICS

STATISTICS

Bethel 4-0 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 21 Kolbus, f 24 Gerber, f 25 Mislan, c 5 Krhin 10 Owens 12 Cochran 22 Miller 23 Lewis 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

STATISTICS

Ind. Dabney 1-3 11 Jones, g 22 Outlaw, g 23 Skinner, f 44 Shedrick, f 50 Boyd, c 1 Hill 5 Ayanlaja 10 Hill 15 Mosby 31 Lemott Team Totals

68

PTS 7 6 12 6 8 0 0 14 13 11 6 10 93

REB 2 3 6 7 2 0 0 1 3 1 6 7 5 44

AST 1 5 0 4 0 0 1 3 0 3 0 4

BLK 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 5 2 0 4 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 2

21

2

19

PTS 0 9 15 11 12 7 2 8 0 0 64

REB 3 6 6 5 6 4 2 1 0 1 4 38

AST 0 3 5 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0

STL 1 4 1 1 0 3 2 1 0 0

11

6

13

80 77

Bethel 4-1 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 21 Kolbus, f 24 Gerber, f 25 Mislan, c 4 Ward 12 Cochran 22 Miller 23 Lewis 30 Bowerman 32 Hopkins 34 Benner 41 Oetting Team Totals

PTS 9 15 4 0 2 0 6 6 8 2 0 4 22 78

REB 3 6 2 4 4 0 1 4 2 10 1 7 8 3 55

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

BLK 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

STL 2 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 1

15

6

12

Concordia 3-2 4 Schaeffer, g 5 Patrick, g 10 Cook, g 20 Olsen, f 33 Holmes, f 3 Fugate 12 McMullen 22 Koerner 23 Turner 34 Greenwood 50 Simmons Team Totals

PTS 25 5 7 2 26 3 0 0 2 5 11 86

REB 5 5 1 6 9 0 2 1 2 3 8 8 50

AST 2 5 4 6 1 0 2 0 1 1 0

BLK 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1

STL 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

22

4

3

Bethel 5-1 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 24 Gerber, f 30 Bowerman, f 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 5 Krhin 12 Cochran 21 Kolbus 22 Miller 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

PTS 17 12 2 10 6 2 0 14 0 2 2 2 0 11 80

REB 2 4 5 3 4 1 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 5 33

AST 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

STL 6 0 1 2 2 1 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0

11

2

17

Judson 1-5 3 Edwards, g 10 Skinner, g 14 Hodge, f 24 Sutton, f 55 Romey, f 13 McCarthy 33 Roy 44 Novakovic 50 Pederson Team Totals

PTS 4 9 18 24 0 8 9 3 2 77

REB 1 2 16 9 3 2 2 3 0 4 42

AST 1 2 7 1 0 4 1 1 0

BLK 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0

STL 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 0

17

4

7


ELEVATE

GAME #7

BETHEL PU CALUMET

75 61

NOVEMBER 19, 2011

Elgin, Ill. . Lindner Fitness Center

STATISTICS

GAME #8

BETHEL SPRING ARBOR

76 74

PTS 11 10 16 14 4 0 0 0 8 10 2 0 75

REB 2 0 4 6 5 1 0 0 3 2 5 2 0 30

AST 2 6 3 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 1 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

18

0

17

PU Calmuet 1-6 2 Richman, g 3 Anderson, g 5 Jackson, g 11 Williams, g 30 Tucker, c 12 Ridlen 23 Miller 31 Cundiff Team Totals

PTS 15 15 16 9 0 4 0 2 61

REB 2 13 1 9 5 2 0 1 2 35

AST 1 3 3 5 0 1 0 0

BLK 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 1

13

2

9

BETHEL #19 GOSHEN

81 88

NOVEMBER 22, 2011

NOVEMBER 30, 2011

In a game that saw both teams play evenly throughout most of the contest held true to the final seconds. The Pilots would hold on with key baskets by Cochran, Bowerman and freshman Matt Schauss down the stretch to keep Bethel on top.

In the first period, Bethel jumped out to an early 8-2 advantage before Goshen went on a 13-3 run to take their first lead of the game 15-11. Over the next thirteen minutes of action, neither team was able to build more than a four point lead. However, the visitors managed to tally seven of the final eight points of the half to secure a 38-31 lead at the break.

Spring Arbor, Mich. . Bockwitz Court

Bethel 6-1 12 Cochran, g 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 34 Benner, g 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 5 Krhin 21 Kolbus 22 Miller 23 Lewis 30 Bowerman 32 Hopkins Team Totals

GAME #9

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

Landon Booker had a chance to close the game out at the free throw line with 1.3 seconds left. Booker missed the first and purposely missed the second in which resulted in a heave at the horn for the Cougars.

STATISTICS

Bethel 7-1, 1-0 12 Cochran, g 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 30 Bowerman, f 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 21 Kolbus 22 Miller 23 Lewis 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

PTS 15 8 14 15 2 0 3 3 2 2 12 76

REB 2 6 3 5 0 0 2 0 0 3 2 4 27

AST 1 6 3 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 2

BLK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

16

1

10

Spr. Arbor 5-3, 0-1 5 Bellamy, g 12 Van Pelt, g 22 Howe, f 23 Carden, f 24 Belote, g 3 Hogans 21 Mascarro 30 Okey 50 Byers Team Totals

PTS 18 2 17 2 5 15 0 0 15 74

REB 17 1 8 1 1 2 0 0 6 3 39

AST 8 2 2 0 4 0 0 0 0

BLK 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2

STL 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

16

7

5

As the second period began, Goshen continued to build their momentum as they steadily extended the margin to double digits. And with 3:51 remaining, they had their largest lead of the night at 83-66. But the Pilots refused to quit, and a 13-1 run drew Bethel to within five (84-79) with 0:28 left to play. However, Goshen converted on four free throws in the final seconds to hold on for the win.

STATISTICS

Bethel 7-2, 1-1 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 30 Bowerman, f 34 Benner, g 41 Oetting, f 5 Krhin 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins Team Totals

PTS 13 20 5 23 0 5 2 10 1 2 81

REB 6 2 1 6 7 4 2 1 2 3 5 39

AST 3 0 1 1 4 0 0 3 3 0

BLK 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

STL 1 5 2 2 1 2 0 2 0 0

15

6

15

Goshen 9-1, 2-0 2 Chandler, g 13 Pratt, g 33 Glick, f 34 Gilot, g 42 Day, f 20 Hall 21 Small 24 Davis 30 Manning 44 Betcher Team Totals

PTS 18 2 13 13 3 6 13 7 2 11 88

REB 6 0 4 4 2 5 5 3 1 12 5 47

AST 1 1 0 0 3 3 1 1 0 4

BLK 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3

STL 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 6

14

5

13

69


2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

GAME #10

BETHEL #31 TAYLOR

67 85

GAME #11

BETHEL IU SOUTH BEND

69 66

GAME #12

BETHEL HOLY CROSS

84 73

DECEMBER 3, 2011

DECEMBER 6, 2011

DECEMBER 9, 2011

After Bethel scored the game’s first basket, the Trojans tallied nine unanswered points to take an early 9-2 lead. The Trojans increased their advantage to ten points (28-18) before the Pilots used an 8-3 spurt to close to within five at 31-26. However, Taylor closed out the half with a critical 13-3 run to take a 44-29 lead into the break.

Bethel tallied the game’s first two baskets to jump in front 4-0, and held the lead until the Titans knotted the score at 11-11 at the 14:11 mark of the period. The contest would be tied a total of six times in the first half, the last time at 29-29 with 2:49 left in the stanza. IUSB managed to take a 34-29 lead before the Pilots ended the half with a 6-0 spurt to lead 35-34 at the break.

Bethel jumped in front 6-2 as the contest began, and the game remained rather tight over the first fifteen minutes of action. But a three-point basket from Ryan Benner put the Pilots in front 35-27 with 4:23 left in the period. And when Jordan Bowerman converted on a pair of free throws, Bethel went to the break leading 43-35.

Upland, Ind. . Odle Arena

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

In the second period, the Trojans were able to extend their advantage to 22 on a number of occasions, the last at 74-52. Bethel tallied six points in a row to get back within 16 at 74-58, but the Pilots could get no closer the rest of the way.

STATISTICS

Bethel 7-3, 1-2 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 30 Bowerman, f 34 Benner, g 41 Oetting, f 5 Krhin 10 Owens 12 Cochran 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins Team Totals

PTS 5 9 8 7 3 8 3 14 0 10 0 0 67

REB 2 3 4 0 4 3 0 0 3 2 5 0 4 32

AST 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0

5

0

6

Taylor 7-2, 2-1 13 Hanaway, g 15 Coons, g 21 Peller, g 33 Burkholder, c 41 Kasper, f 11 Raichel 31 Jordan 35 Riikonen 54 Dutcher Team Totals

PTS 0 20 18 9 19 0 0 15 0 85

REB 4 3 3 1 8 0 0 2 0 4 25

AST 8 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 0

BLK 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0

STL 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 0

16

5

7

70

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

The second period began with the Titans going on a quick 16-7 run to take a 50-42 lead. After a Bethel time-out, the Pilots answered with a 14-3 run of their own to jump back in front 5653 with 9:24 left to play. Once again, the visitors from IUSB countered with an 8-0 spurt to regain the advantage 61-56 with 5:53 remaining in regulation. The Titans still led 66-63 with 1:26 left to play. But a basket from Taylor Kolbus, followed by a pair of free throws from Jordan Bowerman put the Pilots in front 67-66 with 1:06 remaining. The Titans failed to convert on their next possession, and a clutch basket from Matt Schauss gave the Pilots a 69-66 lead with 0:14 left to play. A final attempt from the Titans to tie the game fell short and the Pilots had won their eighth game of the season.

STATISTICS

Bethel 8-3 12 Cochran, g 20 Schauss, g 30 Bowerman, f 34 Benner, g 41 Oetting, f 5 Krhin 21 Kolbus 22 Miller 23 Lewis 24 Gerber 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins Team Totals

PTS 6 13 11 0 3 2 10 12 7 0 5 0 69

REB 3 3 5 1 4 2 2 2 0 0 3 0 2 27

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

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

STL 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

15

1

9

IU South Bend 5-4 4 Bass, g 12 Beam, g 24 Smith, f 32 Heatherly S., g 42 Rasche, f 34 Heatherly K. 52 Krull Team Totals

PTS 7 14 19 9 7 6 4 66

REB 2 4 6 5 4 4 3 1 30

AST 1 1 0 1 2 0 0

BLK 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

STL 0 1 0 2 0 1 0

6

1

4

The second half began with Patrick Oetting scoring a bucket to give the Pilots a double digit lead, which they managed to maintain throughout most of the period. The Saints did close to within six points (57-51) with 10:51 left to play, but a 17-7 Pilot run pushed the margin to 74-58 at the 7:36 mark. From that point, the Saints could get no closer than seven as Bethel closed out the victory.

STATISTICS

Bethel 9-3 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 30 Bowerman, f 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 5 Krhin 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

PTS 5 11 3 13 10 3 0 14 5 9 0 11 84

REB 0 3 4 9 7 0 0 7 1 9 1 2 7 50

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

BLK 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1

15

4

4

Holy Cross 2-8 PTS 1 Dobrzykowski, g 3 3 Okuda, g 14 11 Brevard, g 20 12 Kader, g 13 23 Williams, f 10 4 Bauer 8 20 McIntyre 4 32 Edwards 0 40 Onderdonk 0 32 Tullis 2 Team 4 Totals 73

REB 8 2 5 2 8 4 3 0 1 4

AST 1 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

BLK 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

STL 1 3 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

41

9

4

10


ELEVATE

GAME #13

BETHEL #18 CARDINAL STRITCH

65 78

GAME #14

BETHEL EDWARD WATERS

DECEMBER 10, 2011

DECEMBER 16, 2011

The highly ranked Wolves jumped out to a huge 23-4 lead in the opening ten minutes of play. However, the Pilots finally got on track offensively and used a 19-6 run to get back into the game at 29-23 with 3:12 left in the period. The visitors then managed to close out the half with a 10-5 spurt to head to intermission with a 39-28 lead.

STATISTICS

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

Bethel 9-4 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 30 Bowerman, f 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 5 Krhin 10 Owens 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

PTS 21 14 0 2 0 0 4 0 5 8 4 2 5 65

REB 3 1 5 2 3 1 0 0 4 0 3 4 3 2 31

AST 6 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1

BLK 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

STL 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

15

5

3

Card. Stritch 9-2 23 Semenas, g 32 Ford, g 33 Singh, f 34 Smit, f 52 Woelffer, c 10 Mazur 15 Radke 21 Wahl Team Totals

PTS 22 3 22 9 11 8 0 3 78

REB 8 5 8 4 3 2 1 1 2 34

AST 5 4 5 3 0 1 0 1

BLK 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

STL 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 1

19

2

6

Bethel 10-4 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 30 Bowerman, f 41 Oetting, f 12 Cochran 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

GAME #15

BETHEL #1 NORTHWOOD FLA.

66 101

DECEMBER 17, 2011

West Palm Beach, Fla. . Student Life Center

As the second half began, the Pilots grabbed the momentum using a 16-9 run to trim the deficit to just four (48-44) with 13:00 remaining. And with 3:23 left to play, the Pilots were still within seven (66-59); however, the Wolves were able to keep Bethel from getting any closer as time ran out.

STATISTICS

73 61

West Palm Beach, Fla. . Student Life Center

PTS 8 22 4 10 4 0 6 2 0 4 13 73

REB 2 1 1 3 4 5 1 3 1 6 2 0 29

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

BLK 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

STL 0 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

11

2

7

Edward Waters 5-4 PTS 15 Williams, g 0 22 Lambert, g 5 33 Darling, f 20 34 Shemwell, f 0 44 Evans, f 4 10 Johnson 2 12 Thomas 0 20 Watts 4 23 Walker 0 25 Hollis 11 30 Bush 0 32 Martina 10 50 Duckworth 0 55 Yarborough 5 Team Totals 61

REB 3 1 12 5 3 0 0 0 0 5 0 4 1 5 0 39

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

BLK 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1

STL 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

11

7

4

STATISTICS

Bethel 10-5 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 30 Bowerman, f 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 5 Krhin 10 Owens 12 Cochran 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

PTS 14 14 0 0 6 0 0 3 4 0 6 0 8 11 66

REB 2 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 3 2 1 4 2 0 22

AST 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

STL 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

11

2

5

Northwood 8-1 2 Davis, g 3 Dunn, g 21 Doumbe, f 33 Horstmann, f 35 Agne, f 5 Keeton 10 Parks 12 Baranovic 15 Mitchell 24 Lockhart 32 Derland 34 Doroshkov Team Totals

PTS 4 24 24 18 0 8 8 2 0 9 2 2 101

REB 1 4 5 9 2 3 3 1 2 7 1 1 0 39

AST 9 4 0 1 1 3 2 0 5 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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

25

1

13

71


2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

GAME #16

GAME #17

JANUARY 3, 2012

JANUARY 5, 2012

JANUARY 7, 2012

The Pilots came out of the gate hot from the field as they jumped in front 19-5 in the first eight minutes of action. And over the next five minutes of play, the lead grew to 22 (34-12). The Cougars managed to narrow the gap to 37-25 with 3:17 left in the period, but Bethel closed out the half with a 9-5 spurt to go into the intermission leading 46-30.

The Cougars claimed the game’s first two points before the Pilots surged ahead 11-2 just four minutes into the contest. A basket from Matt Schauss increased the Bethel lead to 22-12 with 10:55 left in the period. However, an eight minute scoring drought prove costly to the Pilots as USF rallied to take a 25-22 lead. And at the break, the Cougars led by the score of 31-24.

The game began with the Knights jumping out to an early 17-8 lead. However after a Bethel timeout, the Pilots went on a 14-5 run to knot the score at 22-22. After Marian regained a 29-24 advantage, the Pilots used an 8-0 spurt to jump in front 32-29 with 4:06 left in the period. The two teams then traded baskets and at the break, Bethel led by the score of 36-34.

In the second half, the Pilots continued to play well as they maintained a 13-19 point margin for much of the period. A late surge from the Cougars in the last 90 seconds trimmed the deficit to seven (82-75), but the Pilots hit their free throws down the stretch to end the contest with a 12 point win.

In the second half, the Pilots narrowed the margin to four (35-31) early in the period. But each time Bethel threatened to catch the Cougars, the visitors answered with points to hold them off. Still, the Pilots were within striking distance (6356) with 2:40 remaining to be played. But USF hit their free throws in the final minutes to prevail.

STATISTICS

STATISTICS

Over the initial eight minutes of the second half, the game remained tight with the Pilots clinging to a 49-45 lead. A Marian two point bucket at the 10:49 mark brought the Knights to within 49-47. But that would be their last two point field goal of the game as the Pilots turned up the defensive intensity. Moments later, with Bethel still leading 55-49, the Knights connected on a three point basket to cut the deficit to three (55-52) with 6:42 left to play. That turned out to be Marian’s final field goal of the game as the Pilots closed out the contest with a 15-3 run capped by Cody Cochran, Nick Lewis and Patrick Oetting to claim the victory.

BETHEL 89 MT. VERNON NAZARENE 77 Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

Bethel 11-5, 2-2 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 34 Benner, f 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 10 Owens 12 Cochran 15 Booker 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins Team Totals

58 BETHEL 69 MARIAN

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

PTS 4 19 0 19 3 6 0 6 13 3 6 10 0 89

REB 2 2 7 3 3 1 0 2 2 3 2 5 1 5 38

AST 3 1 4 5 1 0 0 0 5 1 1 0 0

BLK 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0

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

21

6

13

Mt. Vern. 6-10, 0-4 PTS 1 Taylor, g 10 5 Williams, f 13 10 Zakhlebnyy, f 19 21 Severns, g 10 22 Semple, g 14 2 Crumm 0 4 Weikert 0 11 Dodds 0 15 Israel 2 23 Anglea 7 32 Zeltman 2 Team Totals 77

REB 6 7 9 2 2 0 0 1 1 10 3 6 47

AST 7 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

BLK 0 2 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1

13

8

9

72

GAME #18

BETHEL #40 ST. FRANCIS

Bethel 11-6, 2-3 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 34 Benner, g 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 12 Cochran 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 24 Gerber 25 Mislan Team Totals

70 55

Indianapolis, Ind. . Physical Education Center

PTS 2 6 17 13 9 0 0 0 9 0 0 58

REB 1 2 0 6 12 1 1 3 0 2 1 5 34

AST 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0

BLK 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

9

3

7

St. Francis 12-5, 3-2 PTS 3 Owens, g 18 13 Small, g 5 21 Kohne, f 22 35 Comer, f 3 40 Dawson, f 10 4 Hussey 4 15 Bryant 0 30 Bloom 3 34 Fashawe 4 44 Sneary 0 Team Totals 69

REB 5 6 6 1 4 3 2 3 4 0 3 37

AST 4 3 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 0

BLK 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

STL 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0

13

4

6

STATISTICS

Bethel 12-6, 3-3 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 34 Benner, g 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 10 Owens 12 Cochran 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 24 Gerber 25 Mislan Team Totals

PTS 0 11 12 7 12 2 0 12 2 8 2 2 70

REB 1 2 4 7 9 1 0 1 1 0 2 6 4 38

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

BLK 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

STL 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

12

4

5

Marian 11-6, 2-4 12 Sylvester, g 14 Evans, g 40 Stafford ,f 41 Harris, f 50 Dickerson, f 10 Kleinschmidt 22 Fiely 30 Chadwell 31 Roberts 44 Cliff Team Totals

PTS 26 15 5 2 2 0 1 4 0 0 55

REB 7 5 2 4 7 2 1 1 0 0 4 33

AST 1 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

9

4

4


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GAME #19

GAME #20

GAME #21

JANUARY 10, 2012

JANUARY 14, 2012

JANUARY 17, 2012

Grace jumped out to an early 11-5 lead before the Pilots responded with a 10-3 spurt to claim a 15-14 advantage midway through the period. The contest remained close over the next several minutes of action with Grace leading 26-23. Then the Lancers connected on four three point baskets late in the period to build a 44-29 cushion at the break.

The Pilots played from behind for most of the first 35 minutes of the contest. After holding a slim 60-58 lead, the Pilots gave up a 17-6 run to the Wildcats to fall behind 75-66 with just over five minutes remaining.

In the first half, action was back and forth early until Huntington used a 12-0 run to build a 3622 lead with 5:40 left in the period. However, the Pilots refused to wilt as they closed out the half with a 17-7 spurt to trail by only four points (4339).

BETHEL #5 GRACE

69 BETHEL 83 77 #14 INDIANA WESLEYAN 80

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

Marion, Ind. . Luckey Arena

In the second half, Grace continued to extend the margin to 54-36 before the Pilots began chipping away. An 11-4 run brought Bethel to within eleven (58-47) with just over 10:00 remaining. However, the Lancers kept the Pilots from getting any closer until the Pilots closed out the game with an 11-3 run to produce the eight point margin at the end of the game.

STATISTICS

Bethel 12-7, 3-4 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 34 Benner, g 41 Oetting, f 4 Ward 12 Cochran 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 24 Gerber 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins Team Totals

PTS 5 15 22 0 2 3 7 0 9 1 0 5 69

REB 2 5 5 0 8 0 3 1 0 4 1 8 7 44

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

BLK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

13

1

4

Grace 16-2, 6-1 21 Peattie, g 24 Merrell, f 44 Grimm Jr., g 45 Williams, c 52 Johnson, c 3 Ross 20 Read 22 Smith 32 Euler 34 Peters 40 Columbus Team Totals

PTS 6 2 12 4 15 0 2 17 1 6 12 77

REB 3 1 3 4 18 2 1 1 0 1 5 4 43

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

BLK 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0

12

4

8

With the Wildcats leading by one, Landon Booker stole a pass attempt from Wildcat guard Jordan Weidner and Matt Schauss nailed a threepointer to give the Pilots an 82-80 lead with just 11 seconds to play. On the ensuing possession, Schauss picked the pocket of Wildcat guard DJ Bettinger and was quickly fouled with 2.9 seconds remaining. Schauss converted 1-of-2 free throws and a desparation attempt at the buzzer failed for the Wildcats. Neither team held a double digit lead and a majority of the game was played within a five point margin, with eight ties and 15 lead changes. Bethel 13-7, 4-4 4 Ward, g 15 Booker, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 41 Oetting, f 12 Cochran 20 Schauss 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins Team Totals

84 77

Huntington, Ind. . Merillat Complex

Over the final five minutes, the Pilots used a 17-5 run to close the game out and escape Marion with an improbable 83-80 victory over the No. 14-ranked Wildcats. During the run, the Pilots forced Indiana Wesleyan into five turnovers, including two in the final 20 seconds of play.

STATISTICS

BETHEL #22 HUNTINGTON

PTS 3 24 16 3 2 6 16 0 8 0 4 83

REB 1 1 0 4 5 1 5 0 1 4 1 7 31

AST 0 7 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

14

0

11

Ind. Wes. 12-8, 4-4 PTS 23 Troyer, g 15 30 Martin, f 2 33 Hopkins, f 8 34 Jones IV, g 11 44 Weidner, g 17 10 Peters 3 12 Schoen 2 13 Bettinger 6 24 Stouffer 12 32 Vandewater 4 Team Totals 80

REB 3 0 7 6 1 3 3 1 6 4 3 37

AST 4 2 2 2 3 1 0 1 0 0

BLK 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

STL 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0

15

3

9

The second stanza began in similar fashion with the home team increasing the margin to nine points (52-43). And with 10:00 left to play, the Foresters held a 68-61 advantage. But the scrappy Pilots kept their poise and used a huge 9-0 run to grab a 70-68 lead with 7:04 remaining. Huntington then re-claimed the lead 73-72 with 4:30 still to play before the Pilots delivered the knock-out punch thanks to a game ending 12-4 run to make the final score 84-77.

STATISTICS

Bethel 14-7, 5-4 4 Ward, g 15 Booker, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 41 Oetting, f 20 Schauss 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins Team Totals

PTS 3 10 20 8 8 15 0 12 8 0 84

REB 1 4 2 1 5 3 1 1 12 0 3 33

AST 0 4 1 1 0 3 0 2 1 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

STL 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 0

12

3

8

Huntington 13-8, 5-4 PTS REB 4 Boester, g 9 1 10 Ault, g 9 3 20 Lowe, g 10 5 45 Kennedy, f 21 8 55 Merryman, f 15 4 2 Stephenson 0 0 5 Jantzi 0 0 22 Teeter 10 1 33 Peterson 3 0 Team 2 Totals 77 24

AST 3 0 2 4 4 0 1 2 0

BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

STL 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0

16

2

5

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GAME #22

BETHEL #22 SPRING ARBOR

62 64

GAME #23

GAME #24

BETHEL #21 GOSHEN

84 BETHEL 92 TAYLOR

61 70

JANUARY 21, 2012

JANUARY 24, 2012

JANUARY 28, 2012

With 11:48 left in the period, Spring Arbor led by the score of 9-7. Slow and deliberate at the offensive end, the Cougars managed to increase their lead to 25-16 at the 3:34 mark of the period. However, the Pilots narrowed the gap to 25-21 before Spring Arbor connected on a three-point goal at the horn to end the half in front 28-21.

Goshen opened the contest by connecting on six three-point baskets in the game’s first four minutes of action. As a result, they were able to build a 22-11 lead before the Pilots used a 7-1 run to narrow the margin to 23-18. However, the Leafs remained hot from the field and increased the advantage to 36-22 with 9:49 left in the period. Bethel was unable to get any closer than ten and at the break, trailed by the score of 5240.

The Trojans jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead before a three point basket from Landon Booker put the Pilots on the board. Taylor quickly responded with a 9-0 run to increase the margin to 14-3 at the 12:24 mark of the period. The Trojans still led by eleven (25-14) when the Pilots used 7-0 run to close to within 25-21 with 6:23 before halftime. And when Booker connected on a bucket with 2:02 remaining, the Pilots had their first lead of the game (29-28). The visitors then closed out the half with a three-point basket at the horn to give them a 34-31 lead at the break.

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

Goshen, Ind. . Gunden Gymnasium

The second half began with Bethel going on an 8-2 run to get within a single point (30-29) with 16:28 left to play. But the Cougars answered with a 22-13 spurt to grab their largest lead of the game 52-42 with 9:43 remaining in regulation. Once again, the Pilots fought back and trimmed the margin to 54-51 with 6:10 left on the clock. And when Bethel’s Matt Schauss connected from the baseline with 1:21 remaining, the Pilots were within two (61-59). After a Cougar timeout, Patrick Oetting hit a jumper with 0:28 remaining to tie the score at 61-61. With their final possession, the Cougars scored and the ensuing free throw allowed them to regain a 64-61 lead with just five seconds left to play. In the final few seconds, the Pilots tried to find an open threepoint shot, but the Cougars chose to intentionally foul and put Bethel on the line instead to escape with the win.

STATISTICS

Bethel 14-8, 5-5 4 Ward, g 15 Booker, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 41 Oetting, f 20 Schauss 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

PTS 3 11 13 2 12 10 0 2 6 0 3 62

REB 1 2 3 1 7 5 0 0 5 0 1 5 30

AST 0 6 2 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

13

1

3

Spr. Arbor 15-7, 6-4 PTS 5 Bellamy, g 22 12 VanPelt, g 2 21 Mascarro, g 0 22 Howe, f 4 23 Carden, f 9 3 Hogans 19 24 Belote 0 32 Peterson 8 50 Byers 0 Team Totals 64

REB 6 0 1 8 5 2 0 3 2 4 31

AST 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 1

BLK 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2

STL 1 3 1 1 0 1 1 1 0

8

4

9

74

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

The second half began much like the first, with the home team holding onto a double digit lead until the late stages of the game. With 3:17 left to play, a Goshen turnover led to a Bethel basket from Landon Booker, and the Pilots were within nine (89-80). Bethel continued their late game rally by scoring the next two baskets to trim the deficit to just five (89-84) with 1:32 remaining in regulation. However, the Maple Leafs converted on three of four free throws down the stretch to hold on for the win.

STATISTICS

Bethel 14-9, 5-6 4 Ward, g 15 Booker, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 41 Oetting, f 5 Krhin 20 Schauss 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 32 Hopkins 34 Benner Team Totals

PTS 0 27 12 10 2 0 9 3 7 0 2 10 84

REB 1 2 4 2 1 0 2 2 0 2 2 3 4 25

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

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 0 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

7

0

9

Goshen 16-7, 6-5 2 Chandler, g 13 Pratt, g 15 Martin, f 34 Gilot, g 42 Day, f 20 Hall 21 Small 24 Davis 33 Glick 44 Betcher Team Totals

PTS 23 5 17 6 0 11 6 7 4 13 92

REB 0 0 1 12 1 1 3 2 4 8 2 34

AST 1 3 1 2 1 1 5 3 1 3

BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

STL 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0

21

4

5

Bethel tallied the first two points of the second half to get within 34-33, but Taylor then used a 10-2 spurt to build a 44-35 advantage. Five times the Pilots were able to get back to within six points, the last time at 62-56 with 2:04 remaining in regulation. But with the Trojans scoring their final eleven points from the charity line, the Pilots couldn’t overcome the deficit.

STATISTICS

Bethel 14-10, 5-7 PTS 15 Booker, g 10 20 Schauss, g 8 21 Kolbus, f 6 22 Miller, g 16 32 Hopkins, f 1 4 Ward 0 23 Lewis 6 24 Gerber 0 25 Mislan 6 34 Benner 8 41 Oetting 0 Team Totals 61

REB 1 6 6 1 7 0 0 0 4 5 1 2 33

AST 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0

STL 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

10

3

5

Taylor 16-8, 5-7 13 Hanaway, g 15 Coons, g 21 Peller, g 33 Burkholder, c 35 Riikonen, f 11 Raichel 41 Kasper 54 Dutcher Team Totals

REB 1 4 5 15 6 2 3 0 1 37

AST 5 2 1 0 1 2 0 0

BLK 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

STL 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0

11

2

5

PTS 2 20 14 8 8 12 4 2 70


ELEVATE

GAME #25

GAME #26

JANUARY 31, 2012

FEBRUARY 4, 2012

FEBRUARY 7, 2012

Bethel’s largest lead of the half came with 2:59 left as Matt Schauss would hit a jumper to make the score 33-20 in favor of the Pilots. The Cougars responded closing the gap to nine with :22 seconds remaining. The Cougars final possession of the half saw a missed perimeter shot by Mount Vernon’s Robbie Taylor with two seconds remaining. It would be quickly rebounded by forward Zach Zeltman whose shot went in before the buzzer to make the halftime score 37-30.

The first half started with Bethel building a quick nine point on hot shooting from Zach Miller and Matt Schauss only to see the Cougars climb right back in it with 7-0 run at the 14:37 mark. The Pilots would continue to have the lead for most of the first half until a USF three-point field goal by Ethan Hussey with 3:34 remaining gave the host team their first lead since the 19:07 mark. The Cougars would end the half on a 12-2 run taking a 46-39 advantage into intermission.

The second half would start with a hot Cougar squad that quickly cut the Bethel lead to two points at 40-38 in just two minutes of play. The Pilots would soon respond at the 15:50 mark. With Bethel holding to a 45-40 lead they rattled of five straight points on a layup by Benner and three free throws by Miller as he was fouled while shooting from behind the arc.

The second half would see Saint Francis explode to a 24 point lead in the first five minutes of play. Bethel would have no answer as the Pilots only managed 33 points in the second stanza on 29.7 percent shooting from the field compared to the Cougars 62 second half points for the final 108-72 decision.

In the game’s early minutes, Bethel and Huntington traded baskets until the Foresters took an 11-9 lead at the 12:21 mark of the period. It would be Huntington’s only lead of the night as the Pilots used three consecutive baskets from Michael Mislan to tie, and then take a 1511 lead. Steadily, the Pilots built their advantage to thirteen (32-19) with 6:26 remaining until halftime. Bethel still led by ten with 1:44 until the break, but the Foresters tallied the final six points of the period to draw to within 41-37 at intermission.

The Pilots would then go on a 15-7 run started off by a Benner three-pointer with 7:49 remaining. Bethel would lead by as many as 23 points on three separate occasions before a Cougar basket with 12 seconds left made the final score 87-66.

Bethel 15-11, 6-8 PTS 15 Booker, g 18 20 Schauss, g 11 22 Miller, g 11 32 Hopkins, f 2 34 Benner, g 6 4 Ward 0 5 Krhin 7 10 Owens 0 21 Kolbus 0 23 Lewis 14 24 Gerber 1 25 Mislan 0 41 Oetting 2 Team Totals 72

REB 2 4 1 2 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 6 23

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

BLK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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

10

2

9

St. Francis 18-8, 9-5 PTS 3 Owens, g 11 4 Hussey, g 24 13 Small, g 6 21 Kohne, f 14 40 Dawson, f 11 12 Tucker 4 15 Bryant 0 22 Paolmbizio 3 30 Bloom 12 34 Fashawe 8 35 Comer 6 44 Sneary 9 Team Totals 108

REB 6 5 3 7 10 0 3 12 3 4 3 3 6 65

AST 6 0 5 1 3 0 2 4 0 0 2 1

BLK 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

STL 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

24

4

3

BETHEL 87 MT. VERNON NAZARENE 66 Mount Vernon, Ohio . Physical Education Center

STATISTICS

Bethel 15-10, 6-7 PTS 15 Booker, g 4 20 Schauss, g 17 22 Miller, g 20 32 Hopkins, f 6 34 Benner, g 20 4 Ward 2 5 Krhin 0 10 Owens 0 21 Kolbus 4 23 Lewis 3 24 Gerber 2 25 Mislan 5 41 Oetting 4 Team Totals 87

REB 6 4 0 4 8 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 7 4 39

AST 3 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

BLK 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

11

3

9

Mt. Vern. 9-16, 3-10 PTS 1 Taylor, g 5 10 Zakhlebnyy, f 6 22 Semple, g 212 23 Anglea, f 14 32 Zeltman, f 7 5 Williams 4 15 Israel 2 21 Severns 7 Team Totals 66

REB 2 5 6 1 10 10 2 2 1 39

AST 5 0 1 0 1 0 1 2

BLK 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0

STL 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

10

4

4

BETHEL #21 ST. FRANCIS

72 108

Fort Wayne, Ind. . Hutzell Athletic Center

STATISTICS

GAME #27

BETHEL #38 HUNTINGTON

89 80

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

As the second stanza began, the visitors threatened to regain the lead as they pulled to within two points (49-47) four minutes into the period. However, a 13-6 spurt from the Pilots pushed the margin back to nine (62-53) with 10:00 left to play. And five minutes later, the Bethel lead reached thirteen once again (75-62), and the Foresters were unable to get any closer than seven the rest of the way.

STATISTICS

Bethel 16-11, 7-8 PTS 15 Booker, g 11 20 Schauss, g 20 22 Miller, g 21 24 Gerber, f 5 32 Hopkins, f 10 4 Ward 0 21 Kolbus 0 23 Lewis 7 25 Mislan 10 34 Benner 5 41 Oetting 0 Team Totals 89

REB 2 6 2 4 6 0 0 3 9 3 3 3 41

AST 6 2 3 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 0

BLK 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0

18

2

10

Huntington 15-12 7-8 PTS REB 4 Boester, g 9 3 22 Teeter, g 8 1 32 Short, f 7 5 45 Kennedy, f 32 9 55 Merryman, f 17 6 5 Jantzi 0 1 10 Ault 5 3 20 Lowe 2 1 33 Peterson 0 0 Team 5 Totals 80 34

AST 3 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 0

BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

STL 1 0 2 2 2 0 2 0 0

10

1

9

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GAME #28

GAME #29 - 20T

FEBRUARY 11, 2012

FEBRUARY 14, 2012

FEBRUARY 18, 2012

IWU jumped out to a quick 8-3 lead before the Pilots rallied to knot the score at 13-13 seven minutes into the contest. Over the next few minutes of action, the Wildcats built a nine point cushion (29-20), and eventually took a twelve point lead (37-25) into the final five minutes of the period. But the Pilots battled back and used a 13-5 run to trim the deficit to just four (42-38) at the break.

In the closing minutes Bethel found themselves down two points with the ball. Freshman Matt Schauss found a way to tie the game with 11 seconds remaining. The Lancers’ game-winning shot was off the mark at the buzzer.

The Knights would control the game right from the tip as they opened up a quick 11-2 lead in the first four minutes of action. The Pilots would not have any answer for the MU trio of Aaron Evans, Alex Sylvester and Jake Stafford pushing the Knight lead to as much as 22 points with 1:36 remaining in the first half. Bethel would trim the gap to 17 points on a jumper by Ryan Benner, but Marian’s Alex Sylvester hit a three pointer that put the Knights ahead 45-25 at intermission.

BETHEL 87 #14 INDIANA WESLEYAN 94 Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

Bethel 16-12, 7-9 PTS 15 Booker, g 13 20 Schauss, g 11 22 Miller, g 16 24 Gerber, f 13 32 Hopkins, f 0 4 Ward 0 10 Owens 0 23 Lewis 16 25 Mislan 2 34 Benner 15 41 Oetting 1 Team Totals 87

REB 2 2 1 0 9 0 0 5 0 2 5 4 30

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

BLK 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1

STL 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

17

3

4

Ind. Wes. 19-9, 11-5 PTS 10 Peters, g 3 23 Troyer, g 21 30 Martin, f 17 33 Hopkins, f 15 44 Weidner, g 27 12 Schoen 8 13 Bettinger 0 24 Stouffer 0 32 Vandewater 3 Team Totals 94

REB 5 2 3 9 5 1 1 0 3 1 30

AST 0 5 0 6 2 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

STL 1 2 1 2 2 0 1 0 0

14

2

9

76

97 BETHEL 100 MARIAN

Winona Lake, Ind. . Orthopaedic Capital Center

As the second half began, the Wildcats managed to retain the lead at 55-50 with 13:16 left to play. But a7-0 run by the Pilots put the home team in front 57-55 with 9:31 left in regulation. However, IWU responded with a 9-0 run of their own to regain a 64-57 lead with 8:28 remaining. The margin would grow to as many as thirteen (7966) at the 2:51 mark. But the Pilots wouldn’t quit as they connected on five baskets from beyond the arc down the stretch to narrow the gap. Still, the effort wasn’t quite enough on this day as IWU walked away with the seven point victory.

STATISTICS

GAME #30

BETHEL #7 GRACE

In overtime Bethel started off with the first basket before Grace rattled off the next five straight points to go up three with just seconds left. The Pilots once again went to Matt Schauss whose three-point shot was off the mark. The ball was rebounded and kicked out for a last second shot by sophomore Ryan Benner who found the bottom of the net at the buzzer to send the game into double overtime. In double overtime, both teams battled in the paint and at the free throw line. Grace took possession of the ball under Bethel’s basket with 3.5 seconds left, up 99-97. The Pilots fouled Grace senior Dayton Merrell who sank 1-of-2 and a last second heave from halfcourt was off the mark for Bethel as they fell 100-97.

STATISTICS

Bethel 16-13, 7-10 15 Booker, g 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 32 Hopkins, f 4 Ward 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 34 Benner 41 Oetting Team Totals

PTS 2 21 15 7 7 0 8 20 17 0 97

REB 1 8 5 8 3 0 1 5 7 0 2 40

AST 0 5 2 6 0 0 1 0 0 1

BLK 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

STL 0 2 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0

15

3

8

Grace 22-6, 12-5 21 Peattie, g 24 Merrell, f 32 Euler, g 44 Grimm Jr., g 52 Johnson, c 3 Ross 22 Smith 33 Miller 34 Peters 40 Columbus 45 Williams Team Totals

PTS 8 13 0 35 19 0 7 15 0 2 1 100

REB 4 6 2 7 7 0 3 15 0 1 6 0 51

AST 1 2 0 6 3 0 1 4 0 1 1

BLK 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

STL 0 1 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

19

3

7

61 80

Mishawaka, Ind. . Wiekamp Athletic Center

The Pilots started the second half playing extremely hard subbing in five players every five minutes to cut the lead to 12 on free throw by sophomore Spencer Krhin at the 11:22 mark. Bethel would not get any closer as MU used a 7-0 run and would go back up 20 with 6:53 remaining. The lead would grow to as many as 24 points for Marian before the final score of 81-60.

STATISTICS

Bethel 16-14, 7-11 20 Schauss, g 22 Miller, g 24 Gerber, f 32 Hopkins, f 34 Benner, g 4 Ward 5 Krhin 10 Owens 21 Kolbus 23 Lewis 25 Mislan 41 Oetting Team Totals

PTS 0 14 9 2 7 5 5 3 2 5 6 3 61

REB 1 4 4 5 4 1 3 1 2 5 4 3 7 44

AST 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0

BLK 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

9

2

1

Marian 18-9, 11-7 12 Sylvester, g 14 Evans, g 40 Stafford, f 41 Harris, g 55 Barton, c 10 Kleinschmidt 11 Adams 30 Chadwell 42 Sullivan 44 Cliff Team Totals

PTS 13 33 25 6 0 2 0 0 0 2 81

REB 8 5 4 2 2 0 0 0 6 3 7 37

AST 2 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

BLK 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1

STL 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 2

11

6

10


TRADITION

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

1992 NCCAA 1991-92 SEASON RESULTS DATE

OPPONENT

Nov. 8 Mt. Vernon Naz. Nov. 9 Kings Nov. 12 PU Calumet Nov. 16 @ Judson Nov. 22 Alma Nov. 23 @ Grace Nov. 25 IU South Bend Nov. 26 PU North Central Nov. 29 Hope Nov. 30 @ G.R. Baptist Dec. 6 Mt. St. Clare Dec. 7 @ Trinity Dec. 10 G.R. Baptist Dec. 13 IU South Bend Dec. 14 Mt. Vernon Naz. Dec. 19 St. Thomas Dec. 20 Malone Dec. 21 Hannibal LaG. Jan. 16 @ Tri-State Jan. 18 @ Goshen * Jan. 21 Grace * Jan. 23 @ Valparaiso Jan. 25 Huntington * Jan. 28 @ Marian * Jan. 30 St. Francis Feb. 1 @ Ind. Wesleyan Feb. 4 @ St. Francis Feb. 8 Goshen * Feb. 11 @ Grace * Feb. 15 @ Huntington * Feb. 18 Marian * Feb. 22 Ind. Wesleyan * Feb. 25 Huntington Feb. 29 @ Franklin Mar. 12 Judson Mar. 13 G.R. Baptist Mar. 18 Western Baptist Mar. 19 Cedarville Mar. 20 The Master’s * MCC game

OVR: 29-10; MCC: 8-2

RESULT W W W L W L W W L W W W W L W W L W L W W W W W W W L W L L W W W L W W W W W

SCORE

90-85 79-77 106-84 97-102 97-92 92-100 128-89 138-86 98-101 105-100 70-68 110-62 101-91 81-86 ot 113-83 83-72 81-90 113-79 74-78 89-87 91-89 85-82 108-96 85-83 2ot 99-85 86-83 ot 78-81 88-80 94-103 102-103 72-70 85-69 99-85 93-96 88-69 91-77 98-83 114-101 80-77

The first of Bethel’s national championships was a precursor in style and substance of their next six national titles. The game gave Pilots fans a glimpse of the future of Bethel basketball, at the same time attaining a goal sought after for more than 20 years. Brian Bechtel, who led the Pilots with 22 points, finished the first half with a threepoint bomb that gave Coach Lightfoot’s squad the lead at intermission, 36-33. It was a slim lead that the Pilots never gave up. Against a Master’s (Cal.) squad that featured several NCAA DI transfers, freshman Mark Galloway’s jumper with 2:15 left gave the Pilots an 11 point cushion, 7362. The Master’s roared back, however, and had two chances to tie the game in the final five seconds. Bechtel’s 22 ponits led the way for the Pilots. Galloway added 14 points, while classmate Jody Goralski added 10 points. NCAA Tournament Most Valuable Player Dave Troyer capped a wonderful season with 9 points. Bethel was seeded fourth in the eight team field and beat fifth-seeded Western Baptist (Ore.) 98-83 in the first round, despite trailing by 12 at halftime. Goralski scored 25 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in the contest. In the semifinals, the Pilots defeated No. 1 Cedarville (Ohio) 114-101. Dave Troyer’s two free throws with 2:17 left gave the Pilots their largest lead of the game at 106-89.

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Troyer paced the attack with 33 points, while Goralski poured in 25 points. Galloway also netted 25 points, while senior Robby Prenkert chipped in a dozen of his own. The title would be the first of a great run of three national crowns in four years for the class of 1995. In the meantime, the class of 1992 helped put to rest the bad memories of past national tournaments. This was the Pilots sixth straight and 12th trip overall to the NCCAA National Tournament. This time, however, they came away with the big trophy and the banner.


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1993 NCCAA

1992-93 SEASON RESULTS DATE

The Pilots’ first back-to-back national championship set was caped with their largest margin of victory in a national championship game and settled an old score. Lee College (Tenn.) knocked off top-seeded Master’s (Cal.) to advance to the finals. The Flames were the last team to beat Bethel in NCCAA postseason action in 1991.

Freshman Von Gilbert jumpstarted the Pilots. With Bethel trailing by six, 66-60 with just over two minutes left, the Clay high school graduate canned a jumper. Ron Chrobot added a layup and Brian Bechtel drained a triple as the Pilots scored seven points in about a minute to take the lead, 67-66.

In a recurring theme in national championship games, the Pilots again finished strong to claim their title. Trailing 80-79 with 5:20 left, the Pilots went on a 16-2 run over the next 3:40. Tournament Most Valuable Player Jody Goralski and Von Gilbert scored six points each during the run.

After the team’s exchanged free throws, the score was knotted at 68. With time winding down, Bechtel missed a trey, but Gilbert came up big again with his 17th rebound of the night. Gilbert was fouled and, after a timeout, canned the second of two free throws to make the final 69-68.

Brian Bechtel, who hit six triples in the previous year’s win over Master’s, scored 15 of his 26 before intermission. He again hit a half dozen trifectas in the victory. The “G-Men” came up huge: Mark Galloway scored 24 points, and Goralski and Gilbert each scored 18. Senior Ron Chrobot added 12 rebounds in the game.

Galloway led the Pilots with 19 points, while Gilbert and Goralski each scored 16 points and Bechtel added 12 points.

OPPONENT

RESULT

Nov. 6 Grace Nov. 7 Spring Arbor Nov. 10 @ G.R. Baptist Nov. 13 @ IU Kokomo Nov. 14 Judson Nov. 17 Indiana Tech Nov. 20 Hope Nov. 21 @ G.R. Baptist Nov. 28 @ IU South Bend Dec. 2 St. Francis Ind. Dec. 4 Barat Dec. 5 Trinity Dec. 11 IU Northwest Dec. 12 IU South Bend Dec. 15 PU Calumet Dec. 22 IU Kokomo Jan. 2 Ryerson Jan. 4 Lake Superior St. Jan. 7 Missouri So. Jan. 16 Goshen * Jan. 19 @ Grace * Jan. 23 @ Huntington * Jan. 26 Marian * Jan. 28 St. Francis Ind. Jan. 30 Ind. Wesleyan * Feb. 3 Bluffton Feb. 6 @ Goshen * Feb. 9 Grace * Feb. 11 @ Barat Feb. 13 Huntington * Feb. 16 @ Marian * Feb. 20 @ Ind. Wesleyan * Feb. 23 Huntington Feb. 26 Indiana Tech Mar. 12 Trinity Chr. Mar. 13 Judson Mar. 18 Roberts Wes. Mar. 19 Oakland City Mar. 20 Lee * MCC game

SCORE

L 82-89 W 105-100 ot W 104-90 W 99-41 W 108-87 W 103-99 W 88-84 W 91-71 W 110-86 W 95-90 ot W 73-66 W 80-76 W 131-64 L 101-112 W 85-72 W 134-77 W 110-81 W 93-82 L 87-97 W 136-82 L 85-96 W 91-82 W 101-94 W 97-90 W 98-93 2ot W 97-69 W 107-72 L 114-118 2ot L 74-76 L 87-89 L 76-77 W 88-74 W 114-100 L 95-97 W 87-71 W 99-79 W 100-91 W 69-68 W 100-87

OVR: 30-9; MCC: 6-4

Coach Mike Lightfoot’s squad entered the eight team tournament as the second seed, beating Roberts Wesleyan (NY) 100-91 in the first round. NCAA DII Oakland City loomed in the second round. The Pilots had never felled the Oaks in ten previous meetings. For the first 38 minutes, it looked as if that jinx would continue.

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1995 NAIA 1994-95 SEASON RESULTS DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

Nov. 11 @ Mo. Valley Nov. 12 Hannibal LaGrange Nov. 15 IU South Bend Nov. 18 Tri-State Nov. 19 Cardinal Stritch Nov. 22 @ Barat Nov. 29 @ PU Calumet Dec. 2 Judson Dec. 6 Cornerstone Dec. 9 PU North Central Dec. 10 IU South Bend Dec. 13 IU Northwest Dec. 20 @ Spring Arbor Jan. 5 Tenn. Temple Jan. 6 Illinois Tech Jan. 7 High Point Jan. 9 @ St. Francis Ind. * Jan. 12 @ IU South Bend Jan. 14 Goshen * Jan. 17 @ Marian * Jan. 21 Taylor * Jan. 24 Ind. Wesleyan * Jan. 28 @ Grace * Jan. 31 @ Huntington * Feb. 4 St. Francis Ind. * Feb. 7 @ Goshen * Feb. 9 Marian * Feb. 11 @ Taylor * Feb. 14 @ Ind. Wesleyan * Feb. 16 Barat Feb. 18 Grace * Feb. 21 Huntington * Feb. 23 Goshen Feb. 25 Taylor Feb. 28 St. Francis Ind. Mar. 8 Minot St. Mar. 10 Lewis & Clark Mar. 11 College of Ozarks Mar. 13 William Jewell Mar. 14 @ NW Nazarene * MCC game

OVR: 38-2; MCC: 13-1

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

SCORE

94-76 90-89 105-60 93-77 112-76 64-56 86-70 112-86 100-84 85-45 94-85 117-53 89-79 92-77 116-73 100-109 ot 97-83 112-67 90-57 89-74 77-63 104-69 76-70 79-87 118-101 102-54 89-64 77-65 94-91 114-84 68-52 79-67 101-64 88-69 84-65 89-69 96-79 99-67 96-87 103-95 ot

No one realized this game would be the basis for two more sequels in the next three years. Bethel’s first appearance in the NAIA DII national championship game was not only a vision of a great run of college basketball, it was one of the best comefrom-behind victories in the history of the national championship game. With over 4,000 fans cheering for Northwest Nazarene, the game appeared simply to be a formality before the home team’s celebration. The two teams traded shots, sweat, and soul for over 39 minutes before NNC appeared to have the upper hand. A four point lead with less than 13 seconds to go seemed to ensure a victory for the home team.

That sent the game into overtime tied at 88. The Pilots dominated the extra session. With Galloway’s 35-foot bomb to start the overtime, Bethel went on to claim its third national title in four years, 103-95. Tournament MVP Galloway finished with 26 points and became the program’s all-time leading scorer with the final two free throws of his career.

Freshman Rico Swanson, who earned a name for himself during the tournament for his exciting defensive play and would later make a name for himself among the best NAIA players of all time, hit a reverse layup in the lane and was fouled. Swanson’s free throw drew the Pilots to within one, 86-85, with just over a dozen ticks left on the clock.

Senior Jody Goralski added 24 points while Von Gilbert scored 21 and grabbed 14 rebounds. Gilbert’s triple at the end of the first half--by some estimates a 40-footer-gave Bethel some momentum entering the intermission. Swanson finished with a career-high 24 and Mike Miller dished out a career-high 11 assists.

Bethel had to foul quickly and pray for a miss. The Crusaders were able to run the clock down to 5.9 seconds before the Pilots fouled. Two made free throws gave the hosts a three point bulge.

Prior to the championship game, Bethel, which entered the game as the third seed, cruised. IN the first round, Bethel beat Minot State 89-69; in the second round, Bethel beat No. 19 Lewis & Clark 96-76. In the quarterfinals, Bethel beat No. 7 College of the Ozarks 99-67; and in the semifinals, Bethel beat No. 10 William Jewell 96-87.

But less than six seconds was all the time Mark Galloway needed to deeply etch his name in the record books and on the memories of basketball fans everywhere.

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After a time out, the senior took the inbounds pass and dribbled toward the goal. After slightly fumbling the ball near the timeline, Gallowa headed toward the right wing he had drained a thousand times as a kid--a shot to win (or tie, as it were) the national championship game. Galloway launched the shot and all of Michiana celebrated as it swished through the hoop.


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1997 NAIA

1996-97 SEASON RESULTS DATE

Bethel stuck to its formula to become the NAIA’s first two-time Division II national champion: play a great game, then let a senior come up with the winning shot. This year, Randy Romer finished his career by mkaing a shot that delivered Bethel’s second NAIA title in three seasons. The Pilots motored through the tournament in record setting fashion. In the first round, they set tournament marks for poitns in a game (123) and tied the school record for most points in a half (73) by defeating Green Mountain 123-75. In the quarterfinals, Bethel bounced Spring Arbor 94-83. Up next was William Jewell, whom the Pilots beat in the 1995 semifinals. History repeated as Bethel won 99-73. That set up a final featuring two of the best small-college basketball teams in the Midwest. In a game that went back and forth, the Sants led 87-82 with 3:34 remaining. The Pilots rallied back, however. David Haverstick’s two free throws with 1:34 left put Bethel on top 90-89. Jeff Clay’s putback resulted in a three point play and the Pilots were on top by four, 93-89 with 47.9 seconds to go. But Siena Heights had plans of its own. Anthony Staffney hit one free throw to draw them within one. The Saints pulled the rebound of the second attempt, but Rico Swanson drew a charging foul with 22 seconds remaining. The Pilots had the ball and a three point lead with just over a third of a minute left. But that 22 ticks was an eternity for the

Pilots. The Saints turned up the heat on the full-court press. Romer was trapped in the corner, which led to a turnover and a Siena Heights layup by Sam Lofton with 18 seconds to go. Again, the Pilots tried to inbound the ball. A pass to half court was saved by Swanson, but the Saints came up with the ball near its basket. Lofton hit a ten foot jumper to put Siena Heights on top 94-93 with 12 seconds left. Bethel inbounded the ball, got it over half court, and called a timeout with seven seconds on the clock. A play was designed to hit Swanson on the far block, but as the play unfurled, the Saints sagged in on Swanson, making the pass risky. Jeff Clay hit Romer, who broke to the ball. Romer caught the pass on the right wing, near the three point arc. The senior from LaGrange turned, saw the lane open, and headed for the hole. His running 12-footer from just inside the free throw line circled the rim and fell safely through with three seconds on the clock.

OPPONENT

RESULT

Nov. 12 @ Barat W Nov. 16 @ Robert Morris W Nov. 18 IU South Bend W Nov. 19 IU Northwest W Nov. 22 Culver Stockton W Nov. 23 @ Hannibal LaG. W Nov. 26 Judson W Nov. 30 @ Trinity Int’l W Dec. 3 @ PU Calumet L Dec. 6 Rosary W Dec. 7 Lawrence L Dec. 10 Robert Morris W Dec. 13 Barat W Dec. 14 Trinity Int’l W Dec. 18 @ Webber Int’l W Dec. 19 Palm Beach Atlantic W Jan. 7 Huntington * W Jan. 11 @ St. Francis Ind. * L Jan. 14 Goshen * W Jan. 18 @ Marian * W Jan. 21 Taylor * W Jan. 25 Ind. Wesleyan * W Jan. 28 @ Grace * W Feb. 1 @ Huntington * W Feb. 4 St. Francis Ind. * W Feb. 6 Barat W Feb. 8 @ Goshen * W Feb. 11 Marian * W Feb. 15 @ Taylor * L Feb. 18 @ Ind. Wesleyan * W Feb. 22 Grace * W Feb. 25 Ind. Wesleyan W Mar. 1 Grace W Mar. 4 Taylor L Mar. 12 Green Mountain W Mar. 14 Western Baptist W Mar. 15 Spring Arbor W Mar. 17 William Jewell W Mar. 18 Siena Heights W * MCC game

SCORE

87-68 115-81 107-77 109-55 99-82 94-76 111-66 121-98 83-87 86-50 85-90 79-50 70-52 123-94 110-108 85-78 86-78 92-94 99-86 87-71 82-67 123-73 82-67 84-81 112-74 85-53 106-92 98-73 86-88 115-85 109-87 113-101 80-65 95-96 ot 123-75 80-78 94-83 99-73 95-94

OVR: 34-5; MCC: 12-2

But Siena Heights wasn’t about to concede. Dennis Winsto whipped a half court pass to Lofton, who headed for an apparent gamewinning layup. Contested by Clay, Romer, and Swanson, the shot bounced off the front of the rim and the Pilots became the first two-time NAIA DII national champions.

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2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

1998 NAIA 1997-98 SEASON RESULTS DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

Nov. 7 Cornerstone Nov. 8 @ Trinity Chr. Nov. 11 @ Barat Nov. 15 @ Valparaiso Nov. 18 @ Judson Nov. 21 Hope Nov. 22 @ Cornerstone Nov. 29 @ IU South Bend Dec. 2 PU Calumet Dec. 12 IU South Bend Dec. 13 Tri-State Dec. 15 Kendall Dec. 20 IU South Bend Dec. 31 St. Thomas Jan. 1 Illinois Wesleyan Jan. 2 SUNY-Utica Jan. 6 @ Huntington * Jan. 10 St. Francis Ind. *1 Jan. 13 @ Goshen * Jan. 15 @ Kendall Jan. 17 Marian * Jan. 20 @ Taylor * Jan. 24 @ Ind. Wesleyan * Jan. 27 Grace * Jan. 31 Huntington * Feb. 3 @ St. Francis Ind. * Feb. 5 Barat Feb. 7 Goshen * Feb. 10 @ Marian * Feb. 14 Taylor * Feb. 17 Ind. Wesleyan * Feb. 21 @ Grace * Feb. 25 Ind. Wesleyan Feb. 28 Huntington Mar. 3 Marian Mar. 12 Southwestern Mar. 13 Briar Cliff Mar. 14 Whitworth Mar. 16 Mt. Marty Mar. 17 Oregon Tech * MCC game 1 First game in Wiekamp

OVR: 37-3; MCC: 14-0

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

SCORE

86-92 105-69 103-80 85-75 111-74 85-81 64-84 146-103 109-107 105-74 101-79 118-104 94-70 84-67 108-94 104-66 103-90 105-76 93-82 103-67 108-80 77-73 93-74 81-67 88-59 89-75 114-71 108-85 111-85 83-73 97-68 86-80 112-61 98-92 105-110 100-84 107-100 88-85 88-86 89-87

As Rico Swanson’s 17-footer with 1.6 seconds left against Oregon Tech felll gently through the net, Swanson’s name, along with his Pilot teammates, became etched in the history of college basketball. That shot gave Bethel its second straight NAIA DII national championship, 89-87, and allowed the Pilots to become the first threetime champions in NAIA DII history. “Rico Time,” as the winning phrase was called for Bethel basketball, not only came on the game-winning shot, but on the defensive end as well. With the game tied at 87 and over 20 seconds left on the clock, Oregon Tech’s Kevin Carlston drove for the bucket. Knifing around a defender at the top of the key, the 6-1 All-American had a clean path to the bucket but the Pilots defense collapsed toward the bottom of the lane. With defenders Jeff Hobson and Ryan Watson in position to draw a charge, Carlston began to gather himself for a layup. Swanson had other ideas. He swiped at the ball as Carlston went by, dislodging the apparent five foot runner. The ball came loose and according to script, Swanson came up with the ball. As the sand drained from the hour glass, Swanson slowly worked the ball up court. He patiently waited for the right time to become a hero. Ryan Bales quickly came up to take a pass from Swanson, then quickly returned the

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ball to whom an out-of-town reporter dubbed “the Michael Jordan of the NAIA.” Like his counterpart in Chicago, Rico knew what to do with the game on the line. The senior, about to attempt the final shot of his storied college career, feigned penetration. That gave Swanson space to shoot over his defender, some three inches taller than himself. Rico stopped about a step inside the three-point line along the right wing. His fading, twisting jumper gently nestled through the twines with 1.6 seconds to go. A desperation inbounds pass by the Owls was thwarted out of bounds at half court by JD Hershberger. With not enough time left to get off a shot, the game was over. With the win, the Pilots became just the third college in basketball history to win five national championships in seven seasons and the 24th to win back-to-back national titles. The class of 1998 completed their careers with 144 wins, the third most of any class in the history of college basketball at the time.


ELEVATE

2000 NCCAA

1999-00 SEASON RESULTS DATE

No Bethel championship would be complete without last second heroics and a few strange twists. In that respect, the Pilots’ third NCCAA national title in nine years followed the script.

With Jon Swartz, Luke Zartman, and Andy Ganger chasing Nicholson the second half, the CHC sharpshooter hit just one triple after intermission. But it started an Eagles’ hot streak and nearly doomed the Pilots.

Four times in the first half, Christian Heritage opened up a 10-point lead, the final time with 1:28 before intermission at 46-36. But Bethel freshmen Sam Gensic came off the bench to score his only five points of the game to cut the margin to 46-41.

CHC slowly chipped away at the Bethel lead and cut it to four, 77-73, but a pair of Jamal Henry free throws with 2:08 left pushed in back to six, 79-73.

In the opening half, CHC’s Brad Nicholson canned 6-of-9 three-pointers and had 20 points at the break. CHC was out-rebounding Bethel 27-19 and out-shooting the Pilots 44% to 31%. No Pilot had more than 8 points at the half. But in Act II, Bethel began to claw its way back into contention. As if some cosmic energy beckoned the champions of the past, shots began to fall and foul trouble pecked at the eagles. Eric Brand’s layup knotted the game at 50 with 16:16 to go in the game. Brand, who scored 17 of his team-high 21 after intermission, capped a 10-0 run with a pair of free throws that put the Pilots up 57-50. CHC’s Josh Layton scored 7 straight points as the Eagles drew to within 3, 59-57, but Joel Grindle hit two straight three-pointers and Brand hit a bucket to run the Bethel margin back to ten. Three more times the Pilots would enjoy a 10-point bulge, the last on Grindle’s bucket with 7:54 to go, 73-63.

Then this championship game began to look like so many in the Pilots’ past. CHC nailed a three and then a Bethel turnover resulted in another Eagles basket. Josh Layton’s layup with 41 seconds left drew CHC to within one, 79-78. Another Bethel turnover gave the Eagles a layup with just over 20 seconds remaining and their first lead since early in the second half 80-79. Jamal Henry, in an attempt to atone for his turnover, drove the lane and was fouled. His two free throws with 19 seconds left gave Bethel an 81-80 lead, a lead they wouldn’t relinquish.

OPPONENT

RESULT

Nov. 5 Suomi Nov. 6 Mexican Nov. 9 @ Kendall Nov. 12 @ Daemen Nov. 13 @ Roberts Wes. Nov. 16 @ Judson Nov. 19 Hope Nov. 20 @ Cornerstone Nov. 27 IU South Bend Nov. 30 PU Calumet Dec. 3 IU South Bend Dec. 4 @ Trinity Int’l Dec. 7 Barat Dec. 10 Madonna Dec. 11 IU South Bend Dec. 17 @ St. Xavier Jan. 3 @ Warner So. Jan. 4 @ Webber Int’l Jan. 7 @ Huntington * Jan. 11 St. Francis Ind. * Jan. 13 @ Grace * Jan. 15 @ Goshen * Jan. 18 Marian * Jan. 22 Taylor * Jan. 25 @ Ind. Wesleyan * Jan. 29 Grace * Feb. 1 Huntington * Feb. 5 @ St. Francis Ind. * Feb. 8 Goshen * Feb. 12 @ Marian * Feb. 15 @ Taylor * Feb. 19 Ind. Wesleyan * Feb. 23 Ind. Wesleyan Feb. 26 @ Huntington Mar. 11 Greenville Mar. 16 Asbury Mar. 17 Bartlesville Mar. 18 Chr. Heritage * MCC game

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

SCORE

130-78 88-80 105-98 98-75 94-88 99-89 106-70 100-80 100-82 106-94 102-52 110-68 83-59 111-72 133-83 68-97 88-100 89-73 78-89 84-111 77-65 95-77 89-75 82-59 99-81 83-65 81-89 91-99 101-61 75-97 89-80 84-69 86-71 83-100 105-91 93-84 100-85 83-82

OVR: 30-8; MCC: 9-5

The Eagles inbounded the ball and CHC got a shot off but Jon Swartz came up with the rebound. He was fouled with 4 seconds to go and calmly sank both free throws. A CHC layup at the buzzer made the final 83-82 and sealed Bethel’s third NCCAA championship in nine seasons. Brand, named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, capped his career with 21 points.

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2007 NCCAA 2006-07 SEASON RESULTS DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

Oct. 31 @ PU Calumet Nov. 3 @ King Nov. 4 Tenn. Wesleyan Nov. 10 Aquinas Nov. 11 IU Northwest Nov. 14 IU South Bend Nov. 18 @ St. Xavier Nov. 21 Taylor * Nov. 28 @ Marian * Dec. 2 @ Huntington * Dec. 4 @ Madonna Dec. 8 Calumet Dec. 9 Trinity Int’l Dec. 12 Indiana Tech Dec. 20 @ IU South Bend Dec. 28 @ Savannah A&D Dec. 29 Emmanuel Jan. 3 Goshen * Jan. 6 @ Ind. Wesleyan * Jan. 9 @ St. Francis Ind. * Jan. 13 Grace * Jan. 16 @ Spring Arbor * Jan. 20 @ Taylor * Jan. 23 Marian * Jan. 27 Huntington * Feb. 3 @ Goshen * Feb. 6 Ind. Wesleyan * Feb. 10 St. Francis Ind. * Feb. 13 @ Grace * Feb. 17 Spring Arbor * Feb. 21 @ Grace Mar. 2 Bethany Lutheran Mar. 3 @ Northwestern Mar. 15 @ Oakland City Mar. 16 Emmanuel Mar. 17 Grace * MCC game

OVR: 21-15; MCC: 6-10

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

SCORE

81-75 69-76 93-94 95-79 90-58 92-75 79-90 85-81 74-81 85-93 91-69 84-77 100-93 ot 90-92 79-77 99-88 79-78 78-66 58-93 70-63 82-86 69-72 65-77 84-56 72-83 71-65 76-79 ot 88-99 73-71 92-98 76-82 ot 91-78 96-95 2 ot 91-84 84-70 90-81 ot

The theme all season had been “Band of Brothers” for the 2006-07 Pilots. With the collective heart of a champion, the Pilots brought home their fourth NCCAA national championship by downing Grace in an classic battle, 90-81 in overtime. The championship contest, which featured 14 ties and 13 lead changes, began with the Lancers building an early 18-14 lead. The Pilots then went on a 16-7 run to grab a 30-25 advantage late in the first period. However, a three-point bucket from grace’s Tyler Leighton knotted the score at 33 at the intermission. The second half began with both squads trading baskets in the early going, before the Pilots struck with an impressive 16-6 run, capped by a Jon Zeser three-point basket, taking a 60-50 lead. However, Grace answered with a 15-2 spurt to retake the lead at 65-62 with just under eight minutes remaining. But the Pilots kept their poise and used a 9-6 run to tie the contest at 71 with under a minute left. A Lancer miss and a Pilot rebound led to a William Walker basket, giving the Pilots a 73-71 lead. With time winding down, Grace chose to go for the win, and Marcus Moore’s three-point attempt was off the mark, but a foul was whistled on Jon Zeser with 3.4 seconds remaining. With an opportunity to put Grace on top, Moore missed his first of three free throws but converted on his final two to knot the score at 73. A desparation shot by Bethel missed its mark and the championship game headed to overtime.

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In the extra period, Bethel took control early by scoring the first two baskets for a 77-73 lead. The Lancers responded and trimmed the margin to 79-77 with under two minutes remaining. That’s when Bethel’s Tyler Brown sank the crucial three-point bucket from the deep right corner to give the Pilots an 8277 lead. Grace was forced to foul the rest of the way, and the Pilots went 6-for-6 from the line to preserve the margin. With eight seconds left in the contest, a final three point effort from the Lancers failed, leading to a breakaway dunk by Mark Lettinga at the buzzer, putting an exclamation point on the Pilot championship victory. Mark Lettinga led the way with 25 points and 12 rebounds in 41 minutes of action. Tyler Brown was next with 23 points (17 in the second half) and 9 rebounds, playing all 45 minutes. William Walker turned in another huge effort, tallying 22 points and 11 rebounds to go with 5 assists in 43 minutes. Pilot guard Jon Zeser contributed 12 points and 4 assists, and didn’t turn the ball over playing all 45 minutes. Ryne Lightfoot, playing on a severely sprained ankle suffered in the first round game two nights before, managed to log 23 minutes of action, scoring 5 points, including 4-for-4 from the charity stripe in the extra period.


ELEVATE

RUNNERS-UP 1981 NCCAA RUNNERS-UP

Bethel’s first foray into a national championship game was the result of momentum that began to build midway through the season. With Don Zawlocki inserted into the starting center spot midway through the season, Coach Homer Drew’s squad won 13 of its last 14 games to qualify for postseason action. The run was worth it, as Bethel won three NAIA District 21 playoff games, then won another three NCCAA District games to qualify for the NCCAA Nationals at Tennessee Temple in Chattanooga. Bethel entered the tournament as the third seed and began its run to the championship game by knocking off LeTourneau (Tex.) 6663. Zawlocki led the way with 27 points, while sophomore Bill O’Dell added 11 and freshman Wendell Troyer scored 11 off the bench. Second-seeded Lee College, located just up the road from Temple in Cleveland, was next on the docket. Lee ousted Bethel in 1979, so the Pilots had payback on their minds. Drew’s crew won another nail-biter 77-76, as senior Doug Snyder canned two free throws with six seconds left on the clock. Zawlocki again led in scoring with 22 points and grabbed 11 boards. Sophomores Joe Focht and Greg Thomas scored ten points each. The win was costly however, as Bill O’Dell was lost for the championship game with an ankle injury. Host Tennessee Temple, backed by a gymnasium of screaming fans, also qualified for the championship game. The Crusaders took the lead early and never trailed. Zawlocki, saddled with early foul trouble, scored 15 points before fouling out midway through the second half. Snyder, also an All-Tournament team choice, scored 16 points in his final game and had 20 assists in the tournament. Joe Focht added 11 points.

1999 NAIA RUNNERS-UP

The shot came off Andy Ganger’s hand as time wound down with a bit of desparation, a pinch of luck, and a load of purpose. The long three point shot from the far sideline drew nothing but net. After the contact, the whistle blew and the Idaho Center’s crowd of 3.500 fans thought they had witnessed yet another incredible Bethel come-from-behind victory in a national championship game. However, instead of an apparent four-point play with 2.5 seconds left to give Bethel a two-point lead, Ganger was ruled out of bounds. Cornerstone ball with a two point lead, 111-109. The fact that Ganger came up with the ball at all was a miracle in itself. Senior Ryan Bales who had cheated elimination with two three-pointers in the final six seconds of regulation and yet another seconds later in overtime, was sandwiched by two Golden Eagle defenders. The ball was hammered from Bales’ grip and Ganger came up with the ball. He was jostled toward the sideline by the contact, then spun quickly and shot from some 30 feet away. Swish. But the whistle wasn’t for the foul, but for the violation. Cornerstone got the job done at the charity stripe, hitting their final 26 free throws, including all 15 of their points in overtime. Together, the two teams sank 56-of-60 at the free throw line. Eric Brand set a finals record with 38 points. Bales scored 20 in his final game. Michael Edison, playing on a torn ACL, hit all of his shots and finished with 11. JD Hershberger added 21 points.

2005 NCCAA RUNNERS-UP

In a game that matched two Mid-Central College Conference schools, the Pilots fell to the Spring Arbor Cougars 71-67 in the NCCAA national championship game held in Frankfort, Kentucky. The Pilots, seeking their seventh national title, ended the season with a record of 19-15. Bethel started the game slowly, but came on midway through the first half and carried a five point lead into halftime, led by the scoring of Adrick Hills and the spark off the bench from Robbie Lightfoot, Jon Jones, and Traver Griffin. The three reserves scored 20 points in the half in their supporting roles. The second stanza saw Spring Arbor jump out on top just five minutes inot the half. In a game that never saw the lead grow by more than seven points, both teams battled throughout the entire half. Bethel, which did not commit a single turnover until four minutes remaining in the game, finally did cough the ball up, and ultimately, their five turnovers over that closing span proved too much to overcome. Trailing 69-67 with time winding down, Andrew Laird grabbed an offensive rebound with six ticks left on the clock, and as Laird went up for the tying score, he appeared to be fouled by two Cougar opponents. Instead, a jump ball was called. The tie-up gave the possession to Spring Arbor as they closed out the game with two free throws. The championship was the first in Spring Arbor school history. For the game, the Pilots shot only 40 percent from the field and were out-rebounded by Spring Arbor 38-34. Adrick Hills finished his career at Bethel leading the Pilots with 17 points. Kyle Sears added 13 points and 7 assists.

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CONFERENCE

1989-90 REGULAR SEASON

1990-91 REGULAR SEASON

30-7 OVERALL; 9-1 MCC Led by senior All-American Jody Martinez, who set the program scoring record in the process, the Pilots cruised to the 1990 championship with a 9-1 record. The Pilots won 27 of their final 32 games to grab back-to-back 30-win seasons.

24-11 OVERALL; 8-2 MCC The Pilots hit their stride in the post-Jody Martinez era, winning 16 of their last 22 games to claim their first back-to-back championships. All-American Bob Knebel became the third Pilot in program history to score 2,000 career points.

1993-94 REGULAR SEASON & TOURNEY

1994-95 REGULAR SEASON & TOURNEY

29-6 OVERALL; 8-2 MCC The Pilots rattled off 13 straight wins during the season, including the first eight in conference play. After dropping the final two regular season games, the Pilots won the inaugural conference tournament to qualify for their first NAIA DII national tournament.

38-2 OVERALL; 13-1 MCC Led by Mark Galloway and Jody Goralski, the Pilots were unstoppable all the way to the NAIA DII national championship. With their overtime win against host Northwest Nazarene, the Pilots set the NAIA DII record for most wins in a season, which still stands.

1995-96 REGULAR SEASON & TOURNEY

1996-97 REGULAR SEASON

35-2 OVERALL; 14-0 MCC Considered to be the best team in program history, the Pilots stormed through the season with only one regular season loss. Ranked No. 1 the entire season, the Pilots’ dream of back-to-back national championships was upset in the second round.

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34-5 OVERALL; 12-2 MCC The Pilots finished 12-2 in conference to secure the top spot in the MCC for the fourth straight season. The Pilots went on to set NAIA DII tournament records for most points scored in a game and largest margin of victory in their tournament opener.


ELEVATE

1997-98 REGULAR SEASON

1998-99 REGULAR SEASON & TOURNEY

37-3 OVERALL; 14-0 MCC The winningest four-year stretch in NAIA DII history (144-12) was capped off in storybook fashion. Rico Swanson earned back-to-back MCC and NAIA DII Player of the Year honors with his last second heroics to give the Pilots their third national title.

34-6 OVERALL; 11-3 MCC The quest for an unprecedented third straight NAIA DII national title was not to be. However, the 1998-99 Pilots left their mark on the NAIA landscape, setting records for most points scored in a season and tourney, and most field goals made in a season, which still stand.

2007-08 REGULAR SEASON & TOURNEY

2008-09 REGULAR SEASON & TOURNEY

29-7 OVERALL; 12-4 MCC The Pilots meteoric rise from 1-15 in the conference two seasons prior to MCC champions was nothing short of amazing. Flirting with MCC Player of the Year honors, junior William Walker captained a turnaround with an NAIA DII season-high 22 double-doubles.

CONFERENCE TITLES

RUNNERS-UP

Tri-State 18 (1981) Grace 10 (2012) Bethel 10 (2009) Huntington 9 (2007) Indiana Wesleyan 4 (2012) Taylor 4 (2002) Indiana Tech 4 (1966) Marian 3 (2004) Saint Francis 2 (2000) Goshen 0 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 0 Spring Arbor 0

1983 Regular Season 1984 Regular Season 1985 Regular Season 1988 Regular Season 1989 Regular Season 1992 Regular Season 1993 Regular Season 2010 Regular Season

SCHOOL

SEASON (LAST) TOURNEY -* 1 (2012) 6 (2009) 5 (2007) 1 (2010) 3 (2005) -* 2 (2001) 1 (2011) 0 0 0

*The conference tournament started in 199394. Tri-State and Indiana Tech were no longer members at that time.

33-4 OVERALL; 13-3 MCC The Pilots opened with a program record 17 straight wins and eventually earned a No. 1 ranking in the nation. NAIA DII Player of the Year William Walker dominated all season, helping the Pilots advance to the Fab Four.

REGULAR SEASON

TOURNAMENT

1997 Tournament 1998 Tournament 2010 Tournament

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ACCOLADES NAIA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Rico Swanson��������������������������� 1997 Rico Swanson��������������������������� 1998 William Walker������������������������ 2009

NAIA COACH OF THE YEAR

Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1995 Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1997

NAIA ALL-AMERICAN

Jody Martinez (HM)����������������� 1990 Jody Goralski (3rd)������������������� 1994 Mark Galloway (1st)���������������� 1995 Jody Goralski (3rd)������������������� 1995 Von Gilbert (HM)��������������������� 1996 Rico Swanson (HM)����������������� 1996 David Haverstick (HM)������������� 1997 Rico Swanson (1st)������������������ 1997 Eric Brand (HM)����������������������� 1998 Rico Swanson (1st)������������������ 1998 Ryan Bales (HM)���������������������� 1999 Eric Brand (2nd)����������������������� 1999 Eric Brand (1st)������������������������ 2000 Joel Grindle (HM)�������������������� 2002 Tim Ritter (HM)������������������������ 2002 David Keister (HM)������������������ 2003 David Keister (HM)������������������ 2004 Kyle Sears (HM)����������������������� 2005 William Walker (HM)��������������� 2007 William Walker (2nd)��������������� 2008 Ryne Lightfoot (HM)���������������� 2009 William Walker (1st)���������������� 2009 Ryne Lightfoot (3rd)����������������� 2010

NAIA ALL-TOURNAMENT

Mark Galloway (MVP)������������� 1995 Von Gilbert������������������������������ 1995 Rico Swanson��������������������������� 1995 Ryan Bales������������������������������� 1997 Jeff Clay����������������������������������� 1997 Rico Swanson (MVP)���������������� 1997 Ryan Bales������������������������������� 1998 Eric Brand�������������������������������� 1998 Rico Swanson (MVP)���������������� 1998 Ryan Bales (Mr. Hustle)����������� 1999 Eric Brand�������������������������������� 1999 William Walker������������������������ 2009

David Keister���������������������������� 2004 Andrew Laird��������������������������� 2005 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2005 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2006 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2008 Mark Lettinga�������������������������� 2008 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2009 Mark Lettinga�������������������������� 2009 Ryne Lightfoot������������������������� 2009 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2010 Ryne Lightfoot������������������������� 2010 Joe Welch�������������������������������� 2010 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2011 Joe Welch�������������������������������� 2011

NAIA SCHOLAR TEAM

3.14����������������������������������������� 2008 3.26����������������������������������������� 2009 3.13����������������������������������������� 2011

NAIA PLAYER OF THE WEEK

William Walker���������� Feb. 20, 2008 Ryne Lightfoot������������Jan. 12, 2010

NCCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

William Walker������������������������ 2009

NCCAA PETE MARAVICH AWARD

Brian Bechtel��������������������������� 1994 Rico Swanson��������������������������� 1998 Ryne Lightfoot������������������������� 2010

NCCAA COACH OF THE YEAR

Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1990 Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1994 Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1995

NCCAA ALL-AMERICAN

Dave Riffell (1st)���������������������� 1973 Dave Riffell (1st)���������������������� 1974 Dean Weirich (1st)������������������� 1976 Kevin Fulton (1st)�������������������� 1978 Steve Brown (1st)�������������������� 1979 Don Zawlocki (1st)������������������� 1982 Greg Thomas (1st)������������������� 1983 Garrett Skipper (1st)���������������� 1986 Jerome Calderone (2nd)���������� 1987 Jody Martinez (1st)������������������ 1988 Jody Martinez (1st)������������������ 1989 Jody Martinez (1st)������������������ 1990 Bob Knebel (1st)���������������������� 1991 Ron Chrobot (1st)�������������������� 1992 Dave Troyer (1st)��������������������� 1992 Brian Bechtel (1st)������������������� 1993 Mark Galloway (1st)���������������� 1993 Brian Bechtel (1st)������������������� 1994 Jody Goralski (1st)������������������� 1995 Mark Galloway (1st)���������������� 1995 Jody Goralski (1st)������������������� 1995 Von Gilbert (1st)���������������������� 1996 Rico Swanson (1st)������������������ 1996 David Haverstick (1st)�������������� 1997 Rico Swanson (1st)������������������ 1997 Eric Brand (1st)������������������������ 1998 Rico Swanson (1st)������������������ 1998 Ryan Bales (1st)����������������������� 1999 Eric Brand (1st)������������������������ 1999 Eric Brand (1st)������������������������ 2000 Andy Ganger (1st)�������������������� 2000 Ricky Gooden (HM)����������������� 2001 Joel Grindle (2nd)�������������������� 2002 David Keister (1st)������������������� 2003 Jake Parker (HM)��������������������� 2003 Ricky Gooden (1st)������������������ 2004 David Keister (1st)������������������� 2004

Adrick Hills (2nd)��������������������� 2005 Kyle Sears (1st)������������������������ 2005 Kyle Sears (2nd)����������������������� 2006 William Walker (HM)��������������� 2007 Ryne Lightfoot (2nd)���������������� 2008 William Walker (2nd)��������������� 2008 Ryne Lightfoot (2nd)���������������� 2009 William Walker (1st)���������������� 2009 Ryne Lightfoot (1st)����������������� 2010

NCCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT

Doug Snyder���������������������������� 1981 Don Zawlocki��������������������������� 1981 Jody Martinez�������������������������� 1989 Jody Martinez�������������������������� 1990 Bob Knebel������������������������������ 1990 Brian Bechtel��������������������������� 1992 Jody Goralski��������������������������� 1992 Dave Troyer (MVP)������������������ 1992 Jody Goralski (MVP)���������������� 1993 Eric Brand (MVP)��������������������� 2000 Ricky Gooden�������������������������� 2003 Josh Weimer���������������������������� 2004 Adrick Hills������������������������������� 2005 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2005 Tyler Brown����������������������������� 2007 Mark Lettinga�������������������������� 2007 William Walker (MVP)������������� 2007

NCCAA SCHOLAR ATHLETE

Andrew Abernathy������������������ 2001 Tim Ritter��������������������������������� 2001 Tim Ritter��������������������������������� 2002 Jon Swartz������������������������������� 2002 Robert Ziegler�������������������������� 2002 Sam Gensic������������������������������ 2003 David Keister���������������������������� 2003 David Keister���������������������������� 2004

NAIA CHAMPION OF CHARACTER

Jon Zeser���������������������������������� 2008 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2009 Derek Moser���������������������������� 2010

NAIA SCHOLAR ATHLETE

Jody Martinez�������������������������� 1989 Jody Martinez�������������������������� 1990 Brad Fish���������������������������������� 1993 Michael Edison������������������������ 1998 Andrew Abernathy������������������ 2001 Tim Ritter��������������������������������� 2001 David Keister���������������������������� 2003

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ELEVATE

Andrew Laird��������������������������� 2005 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2005 Kyle Sears���������������������������������� 2006 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2008 Mark Lettinga�������������������������� 2008 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2009 Mark Lettinga�������������������������� 2009 Ryne Lightfoot������������������������� 2009 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2010 Ryne Lightfoot������������������������� 2010 Joe Welch�������������������������������� 2010 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2011 Joe Welch�������������������������������� 2011 Matt Owens����������������������������� 2012

CROSSROADS LEAGUE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Dave Troyer����������������������������� 1992 Rico Swanson��������������������������� 1997 Rico Swanson��������������������������� 1998 William Walker������������������������ 2009

CROSSROADS LEAGUE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

Ricky Gooden�������������������������� 2001 Zach Miller������������������������������� 2012

CROSSROADS LEAGUE COACH OF THE YEAR

Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1990 Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1991 Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1994 Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1995 Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1996 Mike Lightfoot������������������������� 1997

CROSSROADS LEAGUE ALL-CONFERENCE

Larry Fielstra (HM)������������������� 1988 Jody Martinez (1st)������������������ 1988 Dave Troyer (1st)��������������������� 1990 Dave Troyer (1st)��������������������� 1991 Dave Troyer (1st)��������������������� 1992 Mark Galloway (1st)���������������� 1995 Von Gilbert (2nd)��������������������� 1995 Jody Goralski (1st)������������������� 1995 Mike Miller (HM)��������������������� 1995 Sam Obermeyer (HM)������������� 1995 Jeff Clay (2nd)�������������������������� 1996 Von Gilbert (2nd)��������������������� 1996 David Haverstick (3rd)������������� 1996 Mike Miller (2nd)��������������������� 1996 Rico Swanson (1st)������������������ 1996 Ryan Bales (3rd)����������������������� 1997 Jeff Clay (3rd)��������������������������� 1997 David Haverstick (1st)�������������� 1997 Rico Swanson (1st)������������������ 1997 Ryan Bales (2nd)���������������������� 1998 Eric Brand (1st)������������������������ 1998 Michael Edison (3rd)��������������� 1998 JD Hershberger (HM)��������������� 1998

Rico Swanson (1st)������������������ 1998 Ryan Bales (1st)����������������������� 1999 Eric Brand (1st)������������������������ 1999 Andy Ganger (3rd)������������������� 1999 JD Hershberger (3rd)��������������� 1999 Eric Brand (1st)������������������������ 2000 Andy Ganger (2nd)������������������ 2000 Andy Ganger (3rd)������������������� 2001 Ricky Gooden (2nd)����������������� 2001 Joel Grindle (HM)�������������������� 2001 Tim Ritter (3rd)������������������������ 2001 Joel Grindle (2nd)�������������������� 2002 Jake Parker (3rd)���������������������� 2002 Tim Ritter (2nd)����������������������� 2002 Joel Grindle (HM)�������������������� 2003 Adrick HIlls (HM)��������������������� 2003 David Keister (1st)������������������� 2003 Jake Parker (3rd)���������������������� 2003 Ricky Gooden (3rd)������������������ 2004 David Keister (1st)������������������� 2004 Kyle Sears (HM)����������������������� 2004 Adrick Hills (HM)���������������������� 2005 Kyle Sears (1st)������������������������ 2005 Kyle Sears (2nd)����������������������� 2006 William Walker (HM)��������������� 2006 Tyler Brown (HM)�������������������� 2007 Ryne Lightfoot (HM)���������������� 2007 William Walker (1st)���������������� 2007 Tyler Brown (2nd)�������������������� 2008 Ryne Lightfoot (2nd)���������������� 2008 William Walker (1st)���������������� 2008 Tyler Brown (3rd)��������������������� 2009 Kory Lantz (HM)����������������������� 2009 Ryne Lightfoot (2nd)���������������� 2009 William Walker (1st)���������������� 2009 Tyler Brown (3rd)��������������������� 2010 Caleb Laidig (HM)�������������������� 2010 Wes Laidig (2nd)���������������������� 2010 Ryne Lightfoot (1st)����������������� 2010 Caleb Laidig (3rd)��������������������� 2011 Zach Miller (3rd)���������������������� 2012

Academic All-American and All-Conference member Joe Welch (20) was also a member of the three NAIA Scholar Teams in 2008, 2009, and 2011.

Ricky Gooden�������������������������� 2001 William Walker������������������������ 2006 Tyler Brown����������������������������� 2007 Tony Benford��������������������������� 2010 Zach Miller������������������������������� 2012

Jon Swartz������������������������������� 2002 Robert Ziegler�������������������������� 2002 Sam Gensic������������������������������ 2003 David Keister���������������������������� 2003 David Keister���������������������������� 2004 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2008 Mark Lettinga�������������������������� 2008 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2009 Mark Lettinga�������������������������� 2009 Ryne Lightfoot������������������������� 2009 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2010 Ryne Lightfoot..........................2010 Joe Welch�������������������������������� 2010 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2011 Joe Welch�������������������������������� 2011 Matt Owens����������������������������� 2012

CROSSROADS LEAGUE DEFENSIVE TEAM

CROSSROADS LEAGUE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

CROSSROADS LEAGUE NEWCOMER TEAM

Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2010 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2011

CROSSROADS LEAGUE ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE

Drew Abernathy���������������������� 2001 Tim Ritter��������������������������������� 2001 Robert Ziegler�������������������������� 2001 Tim Ritter��������������������������������� 2002

William Walker���������� Feb. 14, 2006 Kyle Sears������������������ Feb. 22, 2006 William Walker������������� Jan. 3, 2007 William Walker������������ Feb. 2, 2007 William Walker���������� Nov. 18, 2007 William Walker������������ Dec. 9, 2007 William Walker���������� Dec. 30, 2007 William Walker�����������Jan. 13, 2008 William Walker�����������Jan. 20, 2008 William Walker���������� Feb. 17, 2008

William Walker���������� Nov. 24, 2008 Caleb Laidig��������������� Dec. 15, 2008 William Walker���������� Feb. 23, 2009 Ryne Lightfoot������������Jan. 11, 2010

GATES AUTOMOTIVE TEAM MVP

Presented by the Gates Automotive Group annually to the team’s most valuable player Larry Baughman���������������������� 1964 Jack Edison������������������������������ 1966 Everett Walterhouse���������������� 1968 Randy Klotz������������������������������ 1970 Don Holmes����������������������������� 1971 Randy Glingle�������������������������� 1973 Gary Gautier���������������������������� 1975 Dean Weirich��������������������������� 1976 Jerome Calderone������������������� 1987 Jody Martinez�������������������������� 1988 Jody Martinez�������������������������� 1989 Jody Martinez�������������������������� 1990 Dave Troyer����������������������������� 1991 Dave Troyer����������������������������� 1992 Brian Bechtel��������������������������� 1993 Brian Bechtel��������������������������� 1994 Mark Galloway������������������������ 1995 Jody Goralski��������������������������� 1995 Rico Swanson��������������������������� 1996 Rico Swanson��������������������������� 1997

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Wes Laidig (45) played so well and so willingly off the bench throughout his career that the program renamed the ‘Super Sub’ award after him as a senior in 2010. Rico Swanson��������������������������� 1998 Ryan Bales������������������������������� 1999 Eric Brand�������������������������������� 1999 Eric Brand�������������������������������� 2000 Ricky Gooden�������������������������� 2001 Tim Ritter..................................2002 David Keister���������������������������� 2003 Ricky Gooden�������������������������� 2004 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2005 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2006 William Walker������������������������ 2007 William Walker������������������������ 2008 William Walker������������������������ 2009 Ryne Lightfoot������������������������� 2010 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2011 Landon Booker������������������������ 2012

MENTAL ATTITUDE AWARD

David Keister���������������������������� 2002 Danny Randolph���������������������� 2003 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2004 Adrick HIlls������������������������������� 2005 Andrew Bowen������������������������ 2006 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2007 Derek Moser������������������������������ 2008 Derek Moser.............................2009 Derek Moser���������������������������� 2010 Joe Welch�������������������������������� 2011 Taylor Kolbus��������������������������� 2012

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

Jeff Clay����������������������������������� 1996 Eric Brand�������������������������������� 1997 Eric Brand�������������������������������� 1998 Luke Zartman��������������������������� 1999 Robert Ziegler�������������������������� 2000 Adam Bontreger���������������������� 2001 Orane Smith���������������������������� 2002

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Thomas Jackson����������������������� 2003 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2004 Jon Zeser���������������������������������� 2005 Ted Lawver������������������������������ 2006 Mark Lettinga�������������������������� 2007 Wes Laidig������������������������������� 2008 Joe Welch.................................2009 Jordan Bowerman������������������� 2010 Joe Welch�������������������������������� 2010 Darrell Hopkins������������������������ 2011 Patrick Oetting������������������������� 2012 Wes Laidig������������������������������� 2008 Wes Laidig������������������������������� 2009 Landon Booker.........................2010 Patrick Oetting..........................2011 Nick Lewis�������������������������������� 2012

Eric Smith�������������������������������� 2001 Robert Ziegler�������������������������� 2001 David Keister���������������������������� 2002 Robert Ziegler�������������������������� 2002 Sam Gensic������������������������������ 2003 David Keister���������������������������� 2004 Andrew Laird��������������������������� 2005 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2006 Robbie Lightfoot���������������������� 2007 Jon Zeser���������������������������������� 2008 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2009 Tony Benford��������������������������� 2010 Tyler Brown����������������������������� 2010 Wes Laidig������������������������������� 2010 Ryne Lightfoot������������������������� 2010 Derek Moser.............................2010 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2011 Matt Owens����������������������������� 2012

DEFENSIVE MVP

RON PAULSEN AWARD

WES LAIDIG SUPER SUB AWARD

Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2008 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2009 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2010 Caleb Laidig����������������������������� 2011 Landon Booker������������������������ 2012

MARTIN MONEYHEFFER AWARD

Presented annually to the player who best exemplifies the Pilot basketball spirit of fighting through adversity since 1995) Mike McBride�������������������������� 1995 Mike Miller������������������������������ 1996 Eric Hostetler��������������������������� 1997 Michael Edison������������������������ 1998 Jeremy McGlaughlin���������������� 1999 Jon Swartz������������������������������� 2000 David Keister���������������������������� 2001

Presented annually to the top male and female senior athletes who best exemplify the values of Pilot athletics since 1972) Dean Weirich��������������������������� 1975 Steve Brown���������������������������� 1977 Greg Thomas��������������������������� 1980 Larry Fielstra���������������������������� 1987 Todd Crist��������������������������������� 1989 Fred Hershberger�������������������� 1990 Brad Fish���������������������������������� 1992 Tim Ritter��������������������������������� 2001 David Keister���������������������������� 2003 Kyle Sears�������������������������������� 2005 Kory Lantz�������������������������������� 2008 Ryne Lightfoot������������������������� 2009 Matt Owens����������������������������� 2011


ELEVATE

RETIRED JERSEYS JEROME

CALDERONE

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GUARD MISHAWAKA, IND. // MARIAN HS It was appropriate that Jerome Calderone played his last game in a Bethel uniform at the NCCAAn national finals. Calderone, a player who compiled one of the most impressive sets of individual statistics in school history, measured success in trips to Chattanooga, home of the NCCAA national finals.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

1987 NCCAA Second Team All-American 1987 Gates Automotive Team MVP CAREER RECORDS Points Assists Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Made Free Throw Pct.

TOTAL 2,227 1,027 867 1,786 456 .847

RANK 5th 1st 5th 2nd 6th 4th

SEASON RECORDS YEAR TOTAL Assists 1984-85 322 1986-87 271 1985-86 223 Free Throw Pct. 1985-86 .897

RANK 1st 2nd 7th 1st

The Pilots made three consecutive trips to the NCCAA finals before Calderone arrived in 1983-84. When the former Mishawaka Marian standout signed with the Pilots, Bethel fans were expecting the trend to continue. Calderone’s individual statistcs were impressive from the very beginning. He tossed in 353 points and collected 211 assists (just missing a school record) as a freshman in 1983-84, but the Pilots finished a disappointing 18-13 and exited early from the NCCAA playoffs. Bethel’s star guard responded to that disappointment. Calderone set a new backcourt standard with 649 points (18.5 per game) and shattered the school assist records (322 total, 9.2 per game). He also established a new school record by connecting on 84.7% of his free throw attempts. Calderone scored or assisted on an amazing 51% of the field goals the Pilots tallied in 1984-85 and earned NAIA All-District 21 Honorable Mention. In 1985-86, Calderone averaged 17.5 points per game and dished out 223 assists and was again named NAIA All-District 21 Honorable Mention.

club with a 19.6 points per game average and 271 assists that season. Postseason honors for Calderone in 1986-87 included a spot on the NAIA District 21 First Team as he became the first Pilot guard to receive the honor. He also became the first guard in Bethel history to be named to the NCCAA All-America Second Team. For the third time in his career, he was named to the NCCAA District IV team and the Mid-Central Conference team. As impressive as the postseason awards were, Calderone’s statistics were all the more attractive. He tallied 666 points and finished as the all-time leading scoreer at Bethel with 2,227 career points. He led the team in scoring four consecutive years and scored 25 points or more 21 imes during his 132 game career. Calderone was only held scoreless once in his career, as a freshman. Calderone finished with 1,027 career assists and led the Pilots in that category all four years. He nearly doubled the previous career record and posted four of the top five single season assist totals recorded at Bethel. He also established a new season record (322 assists) in 1984-85, including a 16 assist game that season. “It was nice to go over 2,000 points and 1,000 assists,” said Calderone. “The assists seem more important because of the way I was taught to play basketball. But I wanted to play in a national tournament game before I graduated and I was most thrilled about that.”

Calderone already owned the career assist record after three seasons at Bethel and was gunning for 2,000 career points and 1,000 career assists that final season. He led the

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RICO

SWANSON

11

GUARD SOUTH BEND, IND. // RILEY HS The story of the player who literally rewrote Bethel history and took it to an entirely different level from his freshman year to his senior campaign starts out as a young Riley High School football star with scholarship offers to Florida State and Miami. Rico Swanson, however, wanted to stay close to home and pursue a basketball scholarship.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

1998 NAIA Player of the Year 1998 NAIA Tournament MVP 1998 NAIA First Team All-American 1998 NCCAA Pete Maravich Award 1998 Crossroads League Player of the Year 1998 Crossroads League First Team 1997 NAIA Player of the Year 1997 NAIA Tournament MVP 1997 NAIA First Team All-American 1997 Crossroads League Player of the Year 1997 Crossroads League First Team 1996 NAIA All-American Honorable Mention 1996 Crossroads LeagueFirst Team 1995 NAIA All-Tournament Team CAREER RECORDS Points Rebounds Assists Steals Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Made Free Throw Pct. Games Played

TOTAL 2,084 660 770 469 1,483 501 .782 150

RANK T-8th 21st 2nd 1st 8th 4th 10th 4th

SEASON RECORDS YEAR TOTAL Assists 1996-97 220 Steals 1997-98 132 1995-96 127 1996-97 105 1994-95 105 Free Throws Md. 1996-97 168

RANK 9th 1st 2nd T-3rd T-3rd 6th

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“I remember it very clearly when Rico walked into my office for the first time,” recalled Coach Lightfoot. “He sat there wanting an opportunity to play for Bethel and I don’t think anyone realized how much potential he truly had.” It was Lightfoot that made Bethel home for Swanson, giving him the chance to redshirt his first year and test the waters, get accustomed to the Pilots’ style of play, and develop his game at the collegiate level. Right out of the gates, Rico’s tenacity, hard work, and ability to see the floor was evident. While storming onto the scene in 1994, Rico’s presence in practice helped guide the Pilots to their first ever NAIA national tournament appearance. While never being satisfied with where his talents were at, Swanson found himself in the gym every day, bright and early at 6 a.m. It was that type of dedication that gave Swanson his time to shine on the hardwood in a Pilots uniform. Rico hit the ground running in his freshman campaign, appearing in all 40 games and averaging 8.0 points and 2.6 assists. He played a vital role in guiding Bethel to its first NAIA national championship, where he poured in 24 points. More of the same in his sophomore year as the Pilots had one of the best seasons in school history, 35-2, where Swanson

averaged 13.2 points and 6.0 assists in what ended in disappointment at the NAIA national tournament. Rico saved the best for last during his upperclassmen years, once again determined to get back to the NAIA national championship game. It was that work ethic that helped Swanson and Bethel on their way to its second NAIA national championship and Rico’s first NAIA National Player of the Year award. Rico saved his best for last as he guide the Pilots to their third NAIA national championship in four years. #11 found himself with the ball in the championship game with the game tied. The term “Rico time” was evident in the hearts of every Pilot fan. In what was his final collegiate shot, he stopped a step inside the three-point line along the right wing. His fading, twisting jumper gently nestled through the twines with 1.6 seconds to go. “Coach just said to get me the ball, so that’s what we did,” said Swanson. “The shot went in and I thank the Lord for giving me the ability.” It was clear who was the dominate player in all of small college basketball, giving Rico his second NAIA National Player of the Year award in as many years. In his career, Rico clearly left his mark with an amazing 2,084 points, 660 rebounds, 770 assists, 469 steals, and 127 three-pointers.


ELEVATE

WILLIAM

WALKER

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FORWARD MICHIGAN CITY, IND. // MICHIGAN CITY HS From the worst start in program history his freshman year in 2005-06 to the best start in program history his senior year in 200809, William Walker helped turn around a program that was struggling for its identity. He capped his record-setting career by being named the 2009 NAIA Division II National Player of the Year.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2009 NAIA Player of the Year 2009 NCCAA Player of the Year 2009 Crossroads League Player of the Year 2009 NAIA First Team All-American 2009 NAIA All-Tournament Team 2009 NCCAA First Team All-American 2009 Crossroads League First Team 2008 NAIA Second Team All-American 2008 NCCAA Second Team All-American 2008 Crossroads League First Team 2007 NAIA All-American HM 2007 NCCAA All-American HM 2007 NCCAA Tournament MVP 2007 Crossroads League First Team 2006 Crossroads League Newcomer Team CAREER RECORDS Points Scoring Average Rebounds Blocks Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Attempted Field Goal Pct.

TOTAL 2,427 18.1 1,234 145 1,015 1,727 548 .588

RANK 4th 7th 5th 4th 2nd 3rd 10th 7th

SEASON RECORDS YEAR TOTAL Points 2008-09 727 Blocks 2007-08 49 2006-07 44 Field Goals Md. 2008-09 300 2006-07 293 2007-08 290

RANK 10th 8th T-10th 6th 9th 10th

The trophy added to an already crowded trophy case for Walker, highlighted by the 2009 Crossroads League Player of the Year, 2009 NCCAA National Player of the Year, 2007 NCCAA Tournament MVP, 2009 NAIA First Team All-American, three Bethel team MVP awards and three First Team All-Crossroads League selections, as well as numerous other in-season tournament MVP’s and other awards. Despite suffering through a program worst 10-20 season during his first year, Walker averaged 11 points and 8 rebounds per game ranking second on the team in points and first in rebounds. Walker earned Crossroads League All-Newcomer Team honors for his efforts. It only got better for Walker in his sophomore esason. Walker increased his production to 19 points and 9 rebounds per game, earning his first of three Crossroads League First Team All-Conference honors and three team MVP awards. He became a member of both the 1,00 Point and 500 Rebound clubs in the NCCAA national tournament, helping the Pilots to their fourth NCCAA national championship. Walker earned Tournament MVP for his efforts, collecting a double-double in all three games. In his junior season, Walker continued to amaze fans, again increasing his production. He averaged a double-double for the season with 19 points and 10 rebounds, leading the nation with 22 double-doubles.

He again collected Crossroads League FirstTeam and team MVP honors for the season, helping climb the standings to lay claim on their ninth Crossroads League regular season championship and fifth tournament championship, their first since the 1999 season. Walker also added to his accomplishments by earning NAIA Second Team All-American honors, guiding his team to a improbable victory in the opening round of the NAIA national tournament over Warner Pacific and an appearance in the Elite Eight. Walker had many wondering what he could do for an encore for his senior season. Walker responded by averaging 20 points and 9 rebounds per game, earning conference and national player of the year honors, only the second player in program history to do so. He earned his third straight Crossroads League First Team All-Conference and team MVP honors, helping the Pilots to a school record 17-0 start and backto-back Crossroads League regular season championships and back-to-back tournament championships. Walker helped the Pilots to their first undefeated season at home since 1995-96. Walker was one of the most prolific players in Bethel history, tallying 2,427 points, 1,234 rebounds, 318 assists, 170 steals, and 145 blocks in his career. He is one of four players in Pilots’ history with over 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, and 100 blocks in his career (Eric Brand, Jody Martinez, and Dave Troyer). He is also one of three players to win the Team MVP award three times (Martinez and Rico Swanson) and one of only two players to be named NAIA National Player of the Year (Swanson).

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JODY

MARTINEZ

44

FORWARD MISHAWAKA, IND. // MARIAN HS Martinez was a local kid from Mishawaka Marian High School. His coach was none other than a young Mike Lightfoot. When reflecting back on those times, Lightfoot said, “He was the last guy on the team his freshman and sophomore years, he played some junior varsity his junior year, and then something happened.” The behind-the-scenes effort that was engrained in his work ethic finally paid off for Jody, who always found himself at the local park working on any possible post move he could do to become better.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

“I wasn’t sure what to expect out of Jody his senior year, and man, did he ever exceed everyone’s expectations,” said Lightfoot.

1990 NAIA All-American HM 1990 NCCAA First Team All-American 1990 NAIA Scholar Athlete 1990 Gates Automotive Team MVP 1989 NCCAA First Team All-American 1989 NAIA Scholar Athlete 1989 Gates Automotive Team MVP 1988 NCCAA First Team All-American 1988 Crossroads League First Team 1988 Gates Automotive Team MVP CAREER RECORDS Points Scoring Avg. Rebounds Blocks Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Made Free Throws Attempted Field Goal Pct. Free Throw Pct. Games Played

In his senior campaign at Marian, Jody became the team’s Most Valuable Player. Martinez’s passion for wanting to get better sparked the interest of Bethel College and head coach Homer Drew.

TOTAL 2,620 18.1 1,728 197 1,007 1,683 603 743 .598 .812 145

RANK 3rd 8th 1st 2nd 3rd 5th 2nd 3rd 4th 7th 8th

SEASON RECORDS YEAR TOTAL Points 1988-89 803 1989-90 745 Rebounds 1987-88 494 1988-89 488 1989-90 456 Steals 1989-90 92 Blocks 1988-89 62 1989-90 44

RANK 4th 9th 1st 2nd 3rd T-7th T-2nd T-10th

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The skinny center signed his letter of intent to play for Drew’s Pilots, coming into Bethel at 6’6” and 165 points. It was only up from there as Jody’s determination and continued work ethic became contagious from the start. At the end of Martinez’s first season in 198687, Homer Drew took the head coaching position at IU South Bend before making a home at Valparaiso. As resumes poured in for the open position at Bethel, the one chosen by the Bethel administration was a youthful high school coach named Mike Lightfoot, who would once again see himself coaching Martinez. “Jody had developed in so many ways since his days at Marian,” said Lightfoot. “He had a patented duck-under move and a reverse layup that couldn’t be stopped. He was very “Larry Bird-ish” in how he played the game.”

Not only was Martinez a threat with the basketball, but he was also the Pilots’ vocal leader. He did anything he could to make sure his teammates got better. As his final season with the Pilots came to a close, Jody had placed himself on top as Bethel’s all-time leading scorer with 2,620 career points and all-time leading rebounder with 1,728 career rebounds. His #44 jersey was the first to be retired in Bethel College athletic history in 1990. His number was not only retired for what he did on the hardwood, but also for what he accomplished at Bethel College. “Jody’s jersey was retired because he exemplified what a Bethel basketball player should stand for,” said Lightfoot. “He is a perfect example of someone who came to Bethel just to play basketball, but left changed.” He became a spiritual leader and developed academically. He allowed Christ to mold him and through his solid effort and hard work both on and off the court. He was the perfect candidate to make sure no one else would wear his uniform.” Three of his four single season scoring marks rank in the top ten and three of his four single season rebounding marks rank as the top three in Bethel history. Martinez also ranks second in career blocks with 197 and fourth in career field goal percentage at .598.


ELEVATE

ERIC

BRAND

55

CENTER BLOOMINGTON, IND. // SOUTH HS Four seasons, four championship games. Eric Brand came to Bethel as a tall, skinny center from Bloomington, Indiana. Brand was not known for his dominant post play and ability to score the basketball in high school. It was Coach Lightfoot who saw his potential.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

“When I first saw Eric, what stuck out the most was his ability to run the floor,” said Coach Lightfoot. “I knew he needed to get a lot stronger and that we could get him to that point. The coaching staff knew that, with time, he could be an outstanding player for us.”

CAREER RECORDS Points Scoring Avg. Rebounds Blocks Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Made Free Throws Attempted Field Goal Pct. Games Played

TOTAL 2,696 17.2 1,313 140 1,018 1,712 659 941 .595 157

RANK 1st 10th 3rd 5th 1st 4th 1st 1st 5th 1st

SEASON RECORDS YEAR Points 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 Scoring Avg. 1999-00 1998-99 Rebounds 1998-99 1999-00 Field Goals Md. 1998-99 1999-00 1997-98 Field Goals Att. 1999-00 1998-99 Free Throws Md. 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 Free Throws Att. 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 Field Goal Pct. 1997-98

TOTAL 909 861 757 23.9 21.5 438 420 339 319 298 568 551 282 183 161 377 281 224 .630

RANK 1st 3rd 7th 2nd 9th 4th 5th 2nd 3rd T-7th 4th 5th 1st 3rd 9th 1st 2nd 6th 9th

Coming in as a freshman, Brand quickly learned where he stood, practicing every day against the likes of David Haverstick and Jeff Clay, some of the strongest post players Bethel has ever seen. “There was no question that Eric’s success developed as a result of going up against our older big men,” said Lightfoot. Brand saw limited action through the course of the 1996-97 season, but the battles against his teammates paid off as he stepped up his play in Bethel’s run to their second NAIA national championship. The 1997-98 campaign was a season of transformation for Eric Brand. During the offseason, Brand hit the weights and came in 30 pounds stronger, giving him the inside presence that the Pilots would desperately need.

it was #55 who displayed his dominance throughout the course of his junior season in 1998-99. Averaged 21.5 points and 11.0 rebounds, Brand helped Ryan Bales and company back to their fourth NAIA national championship game in five years. What ended up being one of the best games in college basketball history ended sour for the Pilots, as they were finally defeated in double overtime by top-seeded Cornerstone on a tough call. Brand finished the game with a championship game record 38 points. The senior season featured a very youthful Bethel bunch, a team that relied on Brand’s outstanding play game in and game out. He didn’t disappoint, averaging 23.9 points and 11.1 rebounds, breaking the school’s scoring record in the process. Brand helped lead the Pilot youngsters to their first NCCAA national championship since 1993 with a win over Heritage Christian by one point. In that final season as a Pilot, Brand led the team in every single statistical category, a feat never before accomplished in Bethel basketball history. Brand stormed through his four years, winning three national championships and one national runner-up on his way to becoming the all-time leading scorer in program history with 2,696 points.

He took what he learned to the next level, averaging 18.9 points and 8.4 rebounds, en route to an NAIA All-American Honorable Mention and the Pilots’ second consecutive NAIA national championship. It only got better for Brand. While most people counted the Rico-less Pilots out of contention for another tournament run,

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YEAR-BY-YEAR AL BEUTLER 1-4 Overall

1958-59 (OVR: 1-4; H: 1-1, A: 0-3)

1/7...... Asbury.................. L���� 62-65 1/24.... @ Goshen............. L���� 58-80 1/31.... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 69-66 2/21.... @ F.W. Bible.......... L���� 65-69 ........... @ Spring Arbor..... L���� 49-91

BOB LONG 28-33 Overall

1959-60 (OVR: 7-5; H: 4-1, A: 3-4)

11/21.. @ F.W. Bible.......... L���� 64-73 ........... @ Asbury.............. W�� 58-49 12/17.. @ Cedarville......... L���� 56-92 1/8...... Spring Arbor......... W�� 74-73 1/15.... @ Trinity............... W�� 76-66 1/22.... SE Chr.................... L���� 79-85 1/25.... @ Grace................ L������������� 1/29.... @ Goshen............. W�� 81-72 2/13.... @ Spring Arbor..... L���� 63-64 2/19.... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 67-48 2/26.... Trinity.................... W�� 76-66 ........... Grace.................... W�� 62-53

1960-61 (OVR: 7-7; H: 3-3, A: 4-4)

11/22.. Grace 1.................. L���� 58-80 12/2.... Spring Arbor......... W�� 67-52 12/10.. Trinity.................... W�� 64-62 12/17.. F.W. Bible.............. W�� 74-61 12/19.. William Penn........ L���� 60-66 12/20.. @ Grace................ L���� 56-89 1/11.... @ Malone............. L���� 66-70 1/13.... @ Kings................. L���� 59-70 1/14.... @ Messiah............ W101-70 1/20.... @ Trinity............... L���� 56-68 1/27.... Malone................. L���� 51-54 ........... @ Midland............ W�� 92-89 2/18.... @ Spring Arbor..... W�� 59-54 2/25.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W����������� 1 First game in Goodman Gym

1961-62 (OVR: 7-10; H: 5-3, A: 2-7)

11/11.. F.W. Bible.............. W�� 91-64 11/17.. Malone................. L���� 46-61 11/20.. @ Goshen............. L���� 65-92 12/2.... @ F.W. Bible.......... L���� 85-86 12/9.... @ Spring Arbor..... W�� 76-67 12/12.. @ Trinity............... L���� 70-84 12/18.. @ Indiana Tech..... L���� 74-95 1/4...... Baptist Bible.......... W�� 87-70 1/6...... @ Spring Arbor..... W�� 87-70 1/8...... @ Grace................ L���� 68-81 1/13.... @ Malone............. L���� 66-79 1/19.... Oakland City........ L���� 70-77 1/26.... Moody.................. W�� 82-74 2/3...... F.W. Bible.............. W109-75 2/10.... @ Oakland City..... L�� 75-101 2/17.... Grace.................... W�� 83-82 2/24.... Trinity.................... L�� 67-102

1962-63 (OVR: 7-11; H: 5-3, A: 2-8)

........... @ Moody.............. W�� 75-58 ........... Spring Arbor......... W�� 80-69 ........... @ Goshen............. L���� 83-90 ........... @ Grace................ L���� 61-79 ........... @ Trinity............... W�� 66-63 ........... Trinity.................... L���� 72-74 ........... @ Oakland City..... L���� 80-89 ........... @ Grace................ L���� 83-96 ........... Moody����������������W 132-100

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........... @ Spring Arbor..... L���� 77-80 ........... @ F.W. Bible.......... L���� 87-97 ........... Oakland City......... L���� 64-76 ........... Tri-State................ L���� 77-94 ........... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 75-66 ........... @ Trinity............... L���� 66-89 ........... Grace.................... W�� 66-62 ........... Spring Arbor......... W�� 99-87 ........... @ Tri-State............ L���� 63-95

GARY FRY 8-26 Overall

1963-64 (OVR: 3-14; H: 2-6, A: 1-8)

11/18.. @ Goshen............. L���� 67-95 11/29.. @ Grace................ L���� 67-81 11/30.. @ Greenville......... L���� 70-92 ........... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 97-79 12/6.... @ Malone............. L���� 76-90 12/14.. @ F.W. Bible.......... L���� 81-84 12/16.. Concordia Ind....... L���� 72-91 12/20.. Grace.................... L���� 72-89 1/10.... Malone................. L���� 81-87 1/18.... @ Spring Arbor..... L���� 65-73 1/20.... @ Concordia Ind... L�� 73-105 1/25.... Oakland City......... L���� 72-74 2/1...... Tri-State................ L���� 81-84 2/8...... Davenport............. L���� 79-98 2/15.... @ Grace................ L���� 64-93 2/21.... Trinity.................... W�� 80-72 2/28.... @ Spring Arbor..... W�� 92-83

1964-65 (OVR: 5-12; H: 4-4, A: 1-8)

11/21.. F.W. Bible.............. L���� 65-77 11/28.. @ Goshen............. L���� 68-95 12/5.... @ Malone............. W�� 79-78 12/7.... Davenport............. L���� 76-82 12/14.. @ Concordia Ind... L�� 89-100 12/15.. Asbury.................. W116-78 12/18.. Spring Arbor......... W�� 89-82 1/8...... Malone................. W�� 86-83 1/16.... @ F.W. Bible.......... L���� 83-92 1/18.... @ Grace................ L�� 81-106 1/22.... Concordia Ind....... L���� 72-79 1/30.... @ Oakland City..... L���� 63-94 2/3...... @ Davenport........ L�� 93-108 2/8...... @ Trinity............... L���� 79-89 2/13.... Grace Bible........... W101-85 2/20.... Goshen................. L�� 87-114 2/27.... @ Spring Arbor..... L103-117

DON GRANITZ 23-22 Overall

1965-66 (OVR: 12-9; H: 6-4, A: 6-5)

11/13.. G.R. Bible.............. W�� 95-68 11/20.. F.W. Bible.............. L���� 84-86 11/25.. @ Roberts Wes..... L���� 90-94 11/26.. @ Trinity............... W107-85 11/27.. @ Huntington....... L���� 83-84 12/4.... @ Malone............. L���� 75-84 12/13.. Concordia Ind....... W107-85 12/17.. @ Spring Arbor..... L���� 83-84 1/7...... @ Grace Bible....... W102-97 1/9...... @ Grace................ L 295-106 1/15.... @ F.W. Bible��������W 110-109 1/21.... @ Concordia Ind... W�� 83-69 1/29.... Mich. Chr.............. W107-90 1/31.... @ Davenport........ L119-133 2/4...... Trinity.................... W�� 98-80 2/7...... Goshen................. L�� 91-112 2/12.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W110-82 2/18.... Malone................. L���� 90-94 2/19.... Davenport............. W�� 98-86 2/25.... Spring Arbor......... L���� 71-72 2/28.... Grace.................... W�� 98-83 2 Win by Grace forfeit

1966-67 (OVR: 11-13; H: 5-5, A: 6-8)

11/12.. G.R. Baptist........... W�� 94-77 11/15.. @ G.R. Bible��������W 105-103 11/19.. F.W. Bible.............. W�� 83-59 11/22.. @ Taylor................ L���� 84-92 11/24.. @ Roberts Wes..... W�� 98-92 11/25.. @ Grace................ W104-93 11/26.. @ Goshen............. L�� 85-103 12/3.... @ Malone............. L���� 61-80 12/10.. @ Olivet Naz......... L103-110 12/13.. @ Concordia Ind... L���� 66-69 12/16.. Spring Arbor�� W 110-101 ot 1/6...... Oakland City......... L�� 97-109 1/7...... G.R. Bible.............. L���� 80-86 1/10.... Grace.................... L���� 82-95 1/14.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W100-92 1/21.... Concordia Ind....... W�� 80-76 2/4...... Olivet Naz.����������W 105-100 2/6...... @ Goshen............. L�� 93-116 2/11.... @ Judson������������W 113-111 2/13.... St. Francis Ind....... L���� 91-93 2/21.... @ Spring Arbor..... L���� 77-96 2/25.... Davenport............. L���� 85-90 2/27.... @ Mich. Chr.�������W 137-112 2/28.... @ Grace................ L100-109

DICK FELIX 53-59 Overall

1967-68

(OVR: 9-17; H: 6-2, A: 2-11, N: 1-4)

11/11.. @ Olivet Naz......... L���� 85-96 11/14.. G.R. Bible.............. W�� 96-87 11/18.. F.W. Bible.............. W104-89 11/21.. @ Taylor................ L�� 86-107 11/23.. n Roberts Wes...... L���� 88-94 11/24.. n Messiah............. W102-87 11/25.. n Tri-State............. L���� 58-95 12/2.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W115-69 12/9.... @ Judson������������W 120-105 12/12.. Concordia Ind....... L���� 88-93 12/15.. Spring Arbor......... L���� 74-95 12/18.. @ Jackson............. L���� 76-83 12/19.. n Huntington........ L�� 92-107 12/20.. n Malone.............. L���� 89-96 1/6...... @ Oakland City..... L�� 95-110 1/9...... Judson����������������W 126-102 1/13.... @ F.W. Bible.......... L���� 96-97 1/20.... @ Concordia Ind... L�� 88-110 1/27.... @ G.R. Bible.......... L���� 90-98 2/1...... @ Grace................ L�� 81-108 2/3...... Huntington���������W 108-100 2/5...... @ Davenport........ L�� 93-107 2/10.... Olivet Naz............. W�� 85-71 2/12.... @ St Francis Ind.�� L 112-119 2/17.... Goshen���������������W 110-107 2/20.... @ Spring Arbor..... L���� 98-99

1968-69

(OVR: 15-14; H: 7-4, A: 6-7, N: 2-3)

11/23.. Owosso................. W102-63 11/27.. @ Grace................ L���� 81-86 11/29.. n Manchester....... W�� 91-84 11/30.. n Goshen.............. L���� 78-83 12/3.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 82-61 12/7.... @ Huntington....... W�� 99-90 12/10.. G.R. Baptist........... W�� 97-54 12/14.. @ Olivet Naz......... L���� 76-88 12/17.. @ Concordia Ind... L���� 87-88 12/21.. @ Owosso............ W�� 90-76 ........... @ G.R. Bible.......... L���� 73-76 ........... @ Spring Arbor..... L�� 94-104 1/14.... Concordia Ind....... L���� 73-83 1/18.... Marion.................. W�� 86-73 1/22.... G.R. Bible.............. W�� 84-68 1/24.... @ Malone............. W�� 69-58 1/25.... n Walsh................. W�� 72-70 1/28.... @ Judson.............. W�� 83-61 ........... Moody.................. W108-66

2/4...... Marion.................. W�� 81-69 2/8...... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 88-65 2/15.... @ Goshen............. L�� 98-112 2/18.... Olivet Naz............. L���� 84-88 2/21.... Spring Arbor......... L���� 72-82 2/25.... Grace.................... L���� 68-81 ........... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 95-81 ........... @ Grace................ L���� 80-82 ........... n Lee..................... L���� 63-65 ........... n Grace................. L���� 72-94

1969-70

(OVR: 16-15; H: 8-5, A: 5-5, N: 3-5)

11/15.. SW Michigan......... L���� 93-95 11/21.. Owosso................. W�� 99-68 11/22.. Trinity Chr............. L�� 82-101 11/25.. Concordia Ind....... L���� 78-84 11/27.. n Tenn. Temple..... W�� 89-77 11/28.. n Cedarville........... L���� 77-94 11/29.. n Manchester....... L82-83 ot 12/6.... @ Spring Arbor..... L�� 83-123 12/9.... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 89-55 12/13.. @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 93-82 12/16.. G.R. Bible.............. W�� 79-55 12/19.. n Slippery Rock St..L���� 62-78 12/20.. n G.R. Baptist........ W�� 84-68 1/10.... Spring Arbor......... L�� 85-101 1/13.... @ G.R. Bible.......... W�� 94-61 1/16.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 83-75 1/20.... @ Marion............. W�� 84-83 1/24.... @ Concordia Ind... L66-71 ot 1/31.... Huntington........... W101-78 2/3...... @ Trinity Chr......... L���� 63-83 2/7...... Marion.................. W102-93 2/10.... IU South Bend....... W�� 77-65 2/14.... @ Olivet Naz......... L���� 63-98 2/17.... @ Mich. Chr.......... W�� 88-86 2/21.... Goshen................. L���� 66-82 2/24.... @ Grace................ L�� 81-103 3/2...... Mich. Chr.............. W�� 95-72 3/6...... Trinity Chr............. W�� 70-66 ........... n Nyack................. W�� 76-65 ........... n Azuza Pacific...... L���� 61-88 ........... n Lee..................... L���� 77-94

1970-71

(OVR: 13-13; H: 8-6, A: 4-5, N: 1-2)

11/17.. @ G.R. Baptist...... W109-78 11/20.. IU South Bend....... W�� 82-68 11/21.. Trinity Chr............. L���� 68-94 ........... n Cedarville........... L���� 75-91 ........... n Spring Arbor...... L�� 96-111 ........... n Trinity................. W�� 79-75 12/1.... Marion.................. L���� 87-92 12/5.... @ Spring Arbor..... L�� 78-110 12/8.... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 80-73 12/11.. @ Tri-State............ L���� 63-87 12/12.. G.R. Baptist........... W105-92 12/15.. @ Concordia Ind... W�� 83-75 1/9...... IU South Bend�����W 122-101 1/12.... G.R. Bible.............. W�� 91-77 ........... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 93-75 1/16.... Trinity Chr............. L���� 64-85 1/19.... @ Marion�����������W 110-101 1/23.... @ Goshen............. L�� 82-109 1/26.... Olivet Naz.����������W 107-106 1/30.... @ Huntington....... L108-125 2/6...... Spring Arbor......... L���� 71-77 2/9...... Concordia Ind....... W�� 89-83 2/16.... @ SW Michigan.... L�� 80-106 2/20.... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 91-74 2/23.... Grace.................... L���� 86-87 2/28.... F.W. Bible.............. L���� 71-85

TOM FIRESTONE 76-63 Overall

1971-72

(OVR: 9-16; H: 7-5, A: 2-8, N: 0-3)

11/16.. G.R Bible............... W120-51

11/19.. G.R. Baptist........... W�� 86-75 11/20.. Trinity Chr............. L���� 69-74 11/24.. n Taylor................. L�� 99-106 11/26.. n Trinity Chr.......... L���� 91-93 11/27.. n Manchester....... L�� 72-107 11/29.. Concordia Ind....... W�� 96-78 12/7.... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 80-78 12/11.. @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 87-81 12/14.. @ Concordia Ind... W�� 96-92 1/8...... IU South Bend....... W�� 78-64 1/11.... G.R. Bible.............. W 3��������� 1/15.... @ Trinity Chr......... L���� 71-87 1/18.... @ Marion............. L���� 85-86 1/22.... Goshen................. L���� 71-86 1/25.... @ Olivet Naz......... L�� 86-122 1/29.... Huntington........... L�� 88-100 2/1...... @ Mt. Vernon Naz. L 89-104 2/5...... Spring Arbor......... L�� 89-103 2/12.... @ Taylor................ L���� 88-99 2/15.... @ Spring Arbor..... L�� 93-128 2/18.... @ St. Francis Ind.��� L96-100 2/19.... SW Michigan......... L�� 90-121 2/22.... @ Grace................ L���� 86-91 2/24.... IU South Bend....... W�� 88-83 3 Win by G.R. Bible forfeit

1972-73

(OVR: 13-11; H: 7-4, A: 5-6, N: 1-1)

11/17.. F.W. Bible.............. L���� 55-61 11/18.. IU South Bend....... W�� 85-74 11/22.. @ Grace................ L���� 76-91 11/23.. n Kings.................. W�� 86-84 11/25.. n Spring Arbor...... L���� 85-97 12/1.... @ Olivet Naz......... L���� 74-75 12/5.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 82-71 12/9.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 89-57 12/12.. @ Concordia Ind... W�� 89-53 1/6...... @ St. Francis Ind.����W 97-67 1/9...... Grace.................... L�� 74-102 1/13.... Mt. Vernon Naz.... W127-75 1/16.... Marion.................. W105-74 1/20.... Trinity Chr............. L���� 66-73 1/23.... IU South Bend....... W�� 90-55 1/27.... @ Huntington....... L���� 89-94 1/30.... Olivet Naz............. W�� 94-92 2/3...... @ Trinity............... W�� 75-61 2/6...... Concordia Ind....... W115-35 2/10.... @ Goshen............. W�� 70-56 2/13.... Tri-State................ L���� 59-64 2/17.... @ SW Michigan.... L���� 78-82 2/20.... @ Spring Arbor..... L�� 98-110 3/2...... @ Grace................ L���� 78-82

1973-74

(OVR: 20-11; H: 13-3, A: 2-7, N: 5-1)

11/13.. G.R. Bible.............. W118-80 11/16.. IU South Bend....... W�� 92-53 11/17.. Trinity Chr............. W�� 84-71 11/21.. n Manchester....... W�� 73-72 11/23.. n Geneva............... L���� 63-65 11/24.. n LeTourneau........ W�� 87-69 11/27.. G.R. Baptist........... W�� 77-65 12/4.... F.W. Bible.............. L���� 69-70 12/7.... G.L. Bible............... W111-68 12/11.. Marian.................. L�� 83-103 12/15.. @ Grace................ L���� 81-92 12/17.. n Warren Wilson... W�� 90-76 12/18.. n Spring Arbor...... W�� 85-61 12/19.. n Tenn. Temple..... W�� 78-75 1/5...... @ St. Francis Ind.��W 106-87 1/11.... @ John Wesley..... L���� 59-68 1/14.... @ Marian.............. L�� 89-103 1/18.... SW Michigan......... W�� 99-94 1/22.... IU South Bend....... W113-91 1/26.... @ G.R. Baptist...... L���� 60-78 1/29.... @ G.R. Bible.......... W104-79 2/2...... Trinity.................... W�� 93-67 2/9...... Goshen................. W�� 64-62 2/12.... @ Tri-State............ L���� 64-74 2/16.... IU South Bend....... W�� 94-89 2/19.... Spring Arbor......... L���� 74-75


ELEVATE

2/23.... Huntington........... W�� 87-77 2/25.... @ Earlham............ L���� 48-58 ........... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 74-66 ........... John Wesley.......... W�� 69-55 ........... @ Trinity............... L���� 53-59

1974-75

(OVR: 18-12; H: 8-5, A: 8-4, N: 2-3)

11/19.. IPFW..................... W�� 91-85 11/22.. PU North Central.. W�� 85-59 11/23.. IU Northwest........ W�� 88-67 11/27.. n Anderson........... L���� 55-79 11/29.. n Cedarville........... L���� 76-78 11/30.. n Bryan................. W�� 75-74 12/3.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 69-51 12/5.... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 99-75 12/7.... Trinity Chr............. L���� 75-79 12/9.... @ Marian.............. W100-95 12/13.. @ Trinity............... L���� 76-86 12/17.. IU Northwest........ L���� 77-80 1/3...... n Kings.................. L���� 78-82 1/4...... n Judson............... W�� 90-79 1/10.... @ John Wesley..... W�� 80-78 1/13.... Marian.................. L���� 80-81 1/18.... Aquinas................. W�� 82-71 1/21.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W117-77 1/23.... John Wesley.......... W�� 63-62 1/25.... @ Hope................. W�� 63-60 1/28.... @ SW Michigan.... W�� 73-62 2/1...... Grace.................... W�� 78-74 2/4...... @ G.R. Bible.......... W125-94 2/8...... @ Goshen............. L���� 61-64 2/10.... Tri-State................ L���� 59-60 2/15.... @ Spring Arbor..... L���� 76-90 2/17.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 79-74 2/22.... @ Huntington....... W�� 83-66 74-75.. @ Taylor................ L���� 66-80 74-75.. Cedarville.............. L71-73 ot

1975-76

(OVR: 16-13; H: 10-3, A: 3-10, N: 3-0)

11/18.. @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 83-73 11/21.. IU Northwest........ W�� 81-68 11/22.. Huntington........... W�� 66-56 11/26.. n Anderson........... W�� 85-82 11/28.. @ Grace................ L���� 70-73 11/29.. n Manchester....... W�� 89-84 12/2.... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 61-58 12/4.... @ St. Francis Ind... L���� 71-74 12/6.... @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 73-46 12/8.... Marian.................. W�� 90-76 12/12.. @ IPFW................. L���� 60-67 12/13.. Marion.................. L���� 69-70 12/19.. n Edward Waters.. W�� 92-76 12/20.. @ Florida So......... L���� 84-92 1/10.... @ John Wesley..... W�� 98-97 1/12.... @ Marian.............. L���� 69-99 1/17.... @ Aquinas............ L���� 72-96 1/20.... IU Northwest........ W103-57 1/23.... John Wesley.......... W�� 71-69 1/26.... Trinity.................... L���� 68-75 1/31.... @ Grace................ L���� 82-95 2/5...... G.R. Bible.............. W103-68 2/7...... Goshen................. W�� 71-69 2/10.... @ Tri-State............ L���� 68-74 2/14.... Spring Arbor......... L���� 61-64 2/17.... G.R. Baptist........... W108-56 2/21.... Huntington........... W�� 90-83 3/1...... @ Manchester...... L���� 75-83 3/5...... @ John Wesley..... L���� 49-53

HOMER DREW 252-110 Overall

1976-77

(OVR: 19-11; H: 14-2, A: 4-7, N: 1-2)

11/16.. @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 74-69 11/19.. G.R. Bible.............. W103-47 11/20.. F.W. Bible.............. W�� 76-52 11/24.. @ Grace................ L���� 68-77

11/26.. n Bryan................. W�� 70-66 11/27.. n Geneva............... L���� 80-87 12/2.... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 79-78 12/4.... IU Northwest........ W116-73 12/9.... Huntington........... L���� 60-63 12/11.. Marion.................. W114-85 12/17.. n Bryan................. L���� 79-89 12/18.. @ Miami Chr......... W113-75 1/4...... IPFW..................... W�� 96-73 1/8...... @ Tri-State............ L���� 57-60 1/10.... Marian.................. W�� 71-65 1/13.... G.R. Bible.............. W101-78 1/15.... G.R. Baptist........... W108-77 1/18.... @ Marian.............. W�� 80-68 1/22.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 76-72 1/25.... Tri-State................ L���� 56-74 2/1...... Trinity Chr............. W�� 92-87 2/3...... @ John Wesley..... L���� 55-77 2/5...... @ Goshen............. L���� 77-85 2/8...... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 93-65 2/12.... John Wesley.......... W�� 85-62 2/17.... Indiana Tech......... W�� 68-63 2/19.... @ Huntington....... L���� 86-94 2/22.... @ Grace................ L���� 58-70 3/4...... John Wesley������� W 80-74 ot ........... @ Grace................ L���� 62-64

1977-78

(OVR: 24-7; H: 13-0, A: 7-7, N: 4-0)

11/19.. @ Marion............. W�� 81-80 11/25.. n Bryan................. W�� 75-57 11/26.. @ Grace................ L���� 63-65 12/1.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 78-71 12/3.... Judson.................. W�� 89-70 12/9.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 76-60 12/10.. UM Dearborn....... W�� 93-71 12/16.. n Oglethorpe........ W�� 70-64 12/17.. n Buena Vista........ W�� 79-78 1/3...... @ Huntington....... L���� 63-79 1/6...... @ Olivet Naz......... L���� 79-84 1/12.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 82-49 1/14.... Marian.................. W�� 99-87 1/17.... @ Indiana Tech..... L���� 66-67 1/21.... Tri-State................ W�� 22-21 1/24.... @ IPFW................. W�� 70-69 1/28.... John Wesley.......... W�� 70-61 2/2...... Grace.................... W�� 75-72 2/4...... @ Marian.............. L���� 61-62 2/7...... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 68-47 2/9...... @ St. Francis Ind... W�� 75-72 2/11.... @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 79-67 2/14.... Goshen................. W�� 83-77 2/18.... @ John Wesley..... W�� 80-66 2/21.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 78-55 2/25.... Huntington........... W�� 64-57 ........... n Taylor................. W�� 80-66 ........... @ Tri-State............ L���� 48-69 ........... Grace.................... W�� 65-63 ........... Cedarville.............. W�� 89-75 ........... @ Olivet Naz......... L���� 48-54

1978-79

(OVR: 22-13; H: 13-3, A: 8-8, N: 1-2)

11/16.. Olivet Naz............. L�� 79-102 11/18.. Marion.................. W�� 82-75 11/20.. @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 79-75 11/22.. n Geneva............... W�� 78-68 11/24.. n Bryan................. L���� 48-65 11/25.. n Olivet Naz.......... L���� 67-70 11/28.. F.W. Bible.............. W�� 96-76 12/8.... Indiana Tech......... W�� 82-44 12/9.... F.W. Bible.............. W�� 77-60 12/12.. @ Judson.............. W�� 84-73 12/16.. @ Florida So......... L���� 76-92 12/18.. @ Clearwater Chr..W105-91 1/6...... Huntington........... L���� 77-79 1/9...... Indiana Tech......... W�� 68-57 1/11.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 81-73 1/13.... @ Marian.............. L���� 56-61 1/18.... IPFW..................... W�� 70-61 1/20.... @ Tri-State............ L���� 58-89

1/23.... St. Francis Ind.��� W 80-78 ot 1/27.... John Wesley.......... W�� 81-71 2/2...... Grace.................... W�� 75-67 2/3...... Marian.................. L���� 62-69 2/6...... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 77-70 2/8...... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 83-67 2/10.... Trinity Chr............. W�� 87-77 2/15.... @ UM Dearborn... L���� 62-63 2/17.... @ John Wesley..... L���� 62-64 2/22.... @ Goshen............. W�� 73-68 2/24.... @ Huntington....... L���� 59-87 ........... @ Anderson.......... L���� 60-68 ........... John Wesley.......... W�� 77-63 ........... @ Huntington�� W 78-75 2ot ........... @ Grace................ W�� 58-56 ........... Olivet Naz............. W�� 74-73 ........... @ Lee.................... L���� 62-69

1979-80

(OVR: 23-10; H: 13-1, A: 9-7, N: 1-2)

11/15.. Huntington........... W�� 62-51 11/21.. n Bryan................. W�� 68-62 11/23.. n Biola................... L���� 64-78 11/24.. n Aurora................ L���� 78-85 11/27.. @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 72-64 11/30.. Moody.................. W�� 99-62 12/1.... Trinity Chr............. W105-65 12/4.... @ Olivet Naz......... W�� 81-76 12/7.... UM Dearborn....... W109-59 12/8.... Indiana Tech......... W�� 70-61 12/14.. @ Clearwater Chr..W�� 80-63 12/15.. @ Florida So......... L���� 68-86 12/18.. @ Eckerd............... L���� 63-74 1/5...... @ Marion............. L���� 73-81 1/8...... @ Indiana Tech..... W�� 70-67 1/10.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 80-71 1/12.... Marian.................. L���� 56-61 1/14.... Judson.................. W�� 98-61 1/19.... Tri-State................ W�� 81-64 1/22.... @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 78-76 1/24.... @ St. Francis Ind... W�� 77-57 1/31.... @ Grace................ W�� 67-63 2/2...... @ Marian.............. L���� 64-74 2/5...... Trinity.................... W�� 92-55 2/7...... F.W. Bible.............. W110-50 2/11.... Goshen................. W�� 88-73 2/14.... G.R. Baptist........... W103-78 2/16.... @ Concordia Ind... L���� 59-61 2/19.... @ IPFW................. W�� 92-67 ........... @ IU Southeast..... L���� 59-64 ........... Huntington�������� W 70-69 ot ........... Marion.................. W�� 80-72 ........... @ Olivet Naz......... L���� 60-70

1980-81

(OVR: 27-10; H: 12-1, A: 11-8, N: 4-1)

11/15.. F.W. Bible.............. W�� 80-58 11/22.. G.R. Baptist........... W�� 87-59 11/26.. n Taylor................. W�� 64-51 11/28.. n Anderson�������� L 62-64 2ot 11/29.. n Geneva............... W�� 88-73 12/2.... Goshen................. W�� 81-72 12/4.... @ Susquehanna.... L���� 62-67 12/6.... @ Lock Haven St... L���� 78-85 12/12.. F.W. Bible.............. W�� 88-61 12/13.. Goshen................. W�� 78-67 1/6...... Indiana Tech......... W�� 64-61 1/8...... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 88-53 1/10.... @ Tri-State............ L���� 57-62 1/12.... @ Judson.............. W�� 57-56 1/17.... @ Valparaiso......... L���� 52-58 1/20.... Grace.................... W�� 58-50 1/22.... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 60-56 1/24.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 71-64 1/27.... @ Huntington....... L���� 54-60 1/29.... Trinity Chr............. W�� 88-40 1/31.... @ Marian.............. L���� 51-60 2/5...... Marion.................. L���� 69-72 2/7...... Marian��������������� W 58-53 ot 2/10.... @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 82-45 2/12.... @ Goshen............. W�� 67-58

2/14.... Concordia Ind....... W�� 87-68 2/21.... IPFW..................... W�� 83-74 2/24.... @ Marian.............. W�� 55-45 2/26.... @ Grace................ W�� 45-42 2/28.... @ Huntington....... W�� 29-28 3/2...... @ Tri-State............ L���� 54-55 3/5...... @ Grace................ W�� 67-61 3/7...... @ Marion............. W�� 71-62 3/14.... @ Olivet Naz......... W�� 61-57 3/19.... n LeTourneau........ W�� 66-63 3/20.... n Lee..................... W�� 77-76 3/21.... @ Tenn. Temple.... L���� 59-69

1981-82

(OVR: 28-6; MCC: 6-2; H: 14-0, A: 10-6, N: 4-0)

11/21.. Judson.................. W�� 79-63 11/24.. Concordia Ind....... W�� 80-56 11/26.. n Houghton........... W�� 84-63 11/27.. n Taylor................. W�� 56-41 11/28.. n Spring Arbor...... W�� 64-56 12/1.... F.W. Bible.............. W106-51 12/8.... @ IPFW................. W�� 80-72 12/11.. G.R. Baptist........... W�� 89-61 12/12.. Goshen................. W�� 76-59 12/17.. @ San Diego......... L���� 34-68 12/18.. n Pamona-Pitzer... W�� 60-48 12/19.. @ LA Baptist......... W�� 77-58 12/21.. @ Chapman.......... L���� 62-80 1/7...... @ Concordia Ind... W�� 97-68 1/9...... Trinity Chr............. W�� 72-47 1/12.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 93-61 1/14.... @ Indiana Tech..... W�� 89-74 1/19.... @ Huntington *.... W�� 70-50 1/23.... Marion *............... W�� 85-74 1/26.... @ Grace *............. L���� 58-76 1/28.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 97-45 2/2...... Goshen *.............. W�� 76-73 2/6...... Huntington *......... W�� 61-55 2/9...... @ Marion *........... L���� 68-86 2/11.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 72-56 2/13.... Grace *................. W�� 99-78 2/15.... @ St. Francis Ind... W�� 80-67 2/19.... Cincinnati Bible..... W�� 98-89 2/20.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 94-65 ........... @ Marion............. W�� 69-64 ........... @ Tri-State............ L���� 59-78 ........... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 68-52 ........... Bethel Minn.......... W�� 81-65 ........... @ LeTourneau...... L���� 59-60 * MCC game

1982-83

(OVR: 23-7; MCC: 5-3; H: 12-0, A: 9-7, N: 2-0)

11/20.. Hope..................... W�� 79-71 11/23.. St. Francis Ind....... W�� 78-65 11/24.. n G.R. Baptist........ W�� 93-69 11/26.. n Houghton........... W�� 76-58 11/27.. @ Grace................ W�� 78-56 12/2.... Concordia Ind....... W126-69 12/3.... @ Trinity............... W�� 92-64 12/4.... @ Valparaiso......... L���� 67-70 12/7.... @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 73-64 12/10.. Goshen................. W�� 92-35 12/11.. IPFW..................... W�� 82-51 12/16.. @ Cincinnati Bible.W�� 73-72 12/17.. @ Thomas More... L���� 80-95 12/18.. @ Circleville.......... W102-87 1/6...... @ Judson.............. W�� 75-70 1/11.... @ Concordia Ind... W107-77 1/15.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 84-56 1/18.... Huntington *......... W�� 87-72 1/20.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 82-62 1/22.... @ Marion *........... L���� 62-71 1/25.... Grace *................. W�� 60-51 2/1...... Goshen *.............. W�� 65-60 2/5...... @ Huntington *.... L61-63 ot 2/8...... @ Marion *........... W�� 90-71 2/12.... @ Grace *............. L���� 48-63 2/18.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 77-65 3/3...... @ Marian.............. L���� 57-60 ........... Trinity Chr............. W120-62

........... Judson.................. W106-70 ........... @ Azuza Pacific..... L���� 60-65 * MCC game

1983-84

(OVR: 18-13; MCC: 4-4; H: 14-1, A: 1-12, N: 3-0)

........... IU South Bend....... W107-76 11/19.. Nazareth............... W100-66 11/22.. Judson.................. L���� 58-63 11/23.. n Northwestern.... W�� 84-58 11/25.. n Houghton........... W�� 59-52 11/26.. @ Grace................ L���� 61-75 11/29.. @ St. Francis Ind... L���� 79-84 12/3.... @ Tri-State............ L���� 49-65 12/5.... @ Hope................. L���� 59-85 12/9.... IU South Bend....... W�� 88-71 12/10.. G.R. Baptist........... W�� 79-69 12/16.. n Kalamazoo......... W�� 79-69 12/17.. @ Manchester...... L���� 75-78 1/12.... Grinnell................. W�� 83-68 1/14.... Marian.................. W�� 77-62 1/17.... Goshen *.............. W�� 58-57 1/19.... Indiana Tech������ W 77-75 ot 1/21.... @ Huntington *.... L���� 84-97 1/24.... Marion *............... W101-71 1/28.... @ Grace *............. L���� 69-70 1/31.... @ G.R. Baptist...... L���� 56-68 2/2...... Concordia Ind....... W103-77 2/4...... @ Goshen *.......... L���� 66-68 2/7...... Huntington *......... W�� 82-75 2/11.... @ Marion *........... L���� 72-83 2/14.... @ Concordia Ind... W�� 79-68 2/18.... Grace *................. W�� 79-63 2/21.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 93-76 2/25.... Trinity Chr............. W�� 88-76 ........... @ Oakland City..... L���� 67-68 ........... @ Judson.............. L���� 66-97 * MCC game

1984-85

(OVR: 25-10; MCC: 5-3; H: 9-2, A: 13-7, N: 3-1)

11/15.. G.R. Baptist........... W�� 76-66 11/17.. St. Francis Ind....... L���� 73-75 11/20.. @ Nazareth........... W�� 94-73 11/27.. Concordia Ind....... W109-84 11/30.. n Adrian................ W�� 72-70 12/1.... @ Denison............ L���� 59-64 12/4.... Judson.................. W�� 89-62 12/8.... @ St. Francis Ind... L���� 74-76 12/11.. @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 83-74 12/13.. @ G.R. Bible.......... W�� 86-63 12/14.. Moody.................. W�� 95-62 12/15.. IU South Bend....... W�� 87-49 1/4...... @ Warner So........ W�� 99-70 1/5...... n Fredonia St........ L���� 65-69 1/7...... n Roberts Wes...... W�� 59-52 1/12.... @ Marian.............. L���� 62-64 1/15.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 63-50 1/17.... @ Manchester...... W�� 79-78 1/19.... Huntington *......... W�� 92-77 1/22.... @ Marion *........... L���64--68 1/26.... Grace *................. W�� 75-72 1/29.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 82-74 1/31.... n Tri-State............. W�� 69-67 2/2...... Goshen *����������� W 81-78 ot 2/5...... @ Huntington *.... W�� 81-79 2/9...... Marion *............... L���� 70-71 2/16.... @ Grace *............. L���� 62-64 2/18.... @ Judson.............. W�� 72-66 ........... @ Indiana Tech..... W�� 75-73 ........... @ Concordia Ind... W�� 72-70 ........... @ PU Calumet...... W�� 85-84 ........... @ Grace������������� W 80-79 ot ........... @ Tri-State............ L���� 62-94 ........... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 97-80 ........... @ Olivet Naz......... L���� 89-96 * MCC game

1985-86

(OVR: 18-14; MCC: 4-4; H: 14-3, A: 3-10, N: 1-1)

11/16.. Kendall.................. W100-52

97


2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

11/21.. Concordia Ind....... W�� 75-66 11/23.. @ St. Francis Ind... L���� 61-68 11/26.. Manchester.......... W�� 88-68 11/28.. n Blackburn........... W�� 68-64 11/29.. @ Marion............. L101-102 12/3.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 70-69 12/6.... Judson.................. W�� 69-61 12/7.... G.R. Bible.............. W125-59 12/10.. Trinity Chr............. W�� 93-51 12/13.. Nazareth............... W124-61 12/14.. Marian.................. W�� 70-61 1/2...... @ Chaminade....... L���� 42-65 1/6...... @ Hawaii Loa........ L���� 62-74 1/8...... @ Hawaii Pacific... L���� 61-91 1/14.... St. Francis Ind....... L���� 73-94 1/18.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 85-76 1/21.... @ Huntington *.... W�� 58-57 1/25.... Marion *............... L���� 63-74 1/28.... Grace *................. L���� 54-66 2/1...... @ Concordia Ind... L���� 67-68 2/4...... Goshen *.............. W�� 81-58 2/6...... n Tri-State............. L���� 74-84 2/8...... Huntington *......... W�� 59-58 2/10.... IU South Bend....... W�� 97-56 2/15.... @ Marion *........... L���� 69-72 2/18.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 88-60 2/20.... Indiana Tech......... W�� 73-52 2/22.... @ Grace *............. L���� 50-63 ........... @ Anderson.......... L���� 59-79 ........... Judson.................. W�� 62-49 ........... @ Olivet Naz......... L���� 63-72 * MCC game

11/28.. n Alma.................. W�� 80-79 12/1.... @ Valparaiso......... L���� 49-81 12/8.... Trinity Chr............. W�� 96-77 12/11.. Ancilla................... W120-71 12/12.. St. Francis Ind....... W�� 90-69 12/19.. @ Judson.............. L���� 70-85 1/4...... @ Bryan................ W�� 74-71 1/7...... @ SE Fla................ W�� 75-61 1/9...... @ Miami Chr......... W�� 67-53 1/14.... Concordia Ind....... W108-85 1/16.... Goshen *.............. W�� 74-67 1/19.... @ Grace *............. L�� 80-103 1/23.... @ Huntington *.... L���� 76-82 1/26.... Marian *............... W�� 91-82 1/28.... @ Tri-State............ L�� 92-106 1/30.... Marion *............... W�� 93-81 2/1...... @ IU South Bend.. W102-80 2/2...... G.R. Bible.............. W�� 99-83 2/6...... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 79-76 2/9...... Grace *................. L���� 76-79 2/13.... Huntington *......... W�� 93-84 2/16.... @ Marian *........... W�� 89-82 2/18.... Indiana Tech......... W108-82 2/20.... @ Marion *........... L���� 88-90 2/23.... IU South Bend....... W�� 86-67 2/27.... @ St. Francis Ind... W�� 90-87 3/1...... n PU Calumet........ W101-84 3/3...... @ IUPUI................ L���� 84-89 3/10.... Judson.................. W�� 75-68 3/12.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 74-69 3/17.... n Tenn. Temple..... L���� 74-92 * MCC game

(OVR: 25-9; MCC: 4-4; H: 13-2, A: 10-6, N: 2-1)

(OVR: 30-9; MCC: 7-3; H: 12-2, A: 13-5, N: 5-2)

1986-87

11/15.. IU South Bend....... W114-71 11/18.. @ Moody.............. W104-82 11/22.. Trinity.................... W�� 99-59 11/25.. @ Nazareth........... W�� 90-62 12/2.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 77-74 12/4.... @ G.R. Bible.......... W112-99 12/6.... Huntington *......... W103-94 12/9.... @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 94-74 12/12.. Judson.................. W�� 85-65 12/13.. Franklin................. W�� 91-82 1/10.... @ Marian.............. W�� 92-86 1/12.... @ Concordia Ind... W�� 88-74 1/13.... @ G.R. Baptist...... L���� 74-83 1/15.... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 74-63 1/17.... Goshen *.............. W111-74 1/20.... @ Huntington *.... L���� 78-86 1/22.... Tri-State................ W�� 80-70 1/24.... @ Marion *........... L�� 86-102 1/27.... @ Grace *............. L���� 56-76 1/31.... @ Judson.............. W�� 71-67 2/3...... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 87-79 2/9...... @ IU South Bend.. W�� 87-66 2/10.... Trinity Chr............. W�� 98-75 2/12.... @ St. Francis Ind... L���� 59-61 2/14.... Marion *............... W�� 77-75 2/17.... Concordia Ind....... L���� 80-98 2/19.... @ Indiana Tech..... W�� 96-83 2/21.... Grace *................. L���� 67-74 ........... @ Marion............. L���� 87-91 ........... Judson.................. W�� 81-62 ........... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 79-74 ........... n Lee..................... W�� 92-87 ........... n Point Loma......... L���� 72-90 ........... n Covenant........... W�� 86-75 * MCC game

MIKE LIGHTFOOT 659-245 Overall

1987-88

(OVR: 25-11; MCC: 6-4; H: 14-1, A: 9-8, N: 2-2)

11/13.. @ Mt. Vernon Naz. L�� 67-73 11/14.. n W. Virginia Wes..L���� 74-91 11/17.. @ Concordia Ind... W�� 79-73 11/21.. Nazareth............... W�� 72-62 11/27.. @ G.R. BaptistW 106-105 ot

98

1988-89

11/12.. Judson.................. W�� 91-87 11/18.. n Iowa Wesleyan... W109-73 11/19.. @ Oakland City..... L�� 92-103 11/22.. F.W. Bible.............. W106-50 11/25.. n Eastern Menn.... W�� 83-68 11/26.. n Bluffton.............. W108-77 12/3.... @ Nazareth........... W�� 97-75 12/7.... @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 87-81 12/9.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 91-74 12/10.. IU South Bend....... W106-85 12/17.. Nazareth............... W�� 75-62 1/5...... @ SE Fla................ W112-78 1/7...... n UM Farmington. W�� 80-63 1/9...... @ Toccoa Falls...... W118-85 1/12.... Tri-State................ L���� 81-84 1/14.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 90-88 1/17.... Grace *................. W�� 83-76 1/19.... @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 99-89 1/21.... Huntington *......... W�� 89-80 1/24.... @ Marian *........... L���� 83-97 1/28.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 90-75 1/31.... @ F.W. Bible.......... W�� 95-60 2/2...... @ G.R. Bible.......... W109-91 2/4...... Goshen *.............. W112-79 2/7...... @ Grace *............. L���� 89-91 2/9...... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 95-87 2/11.... @ Huntington *.... W�� 72-67 2/14.... Marian *............... L���� 92-97 2/16.... @ Indiana Tech..... L���� 83-97 2/18.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W104-91 2/20.... @ Concordia Ind... W�� 97-78 2/23.... @ IU South Bend.. W�� 90-82 2/25.... @ St. Francis Ind... W�� 95-88 2/28.... @ IU South Bend.. L�� 98-106 3/7...... Greenville............. W�� 99-90 3/11.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 91-88 3/16.... n So. Cal................ W�� 91-87 3/17.... n Tenn. Temple..... L���� 74-77 3/18.... n Western Baptist. L�� 94-116 * MCC game

1989-90

(OVR: 30-7; MCC: 9-1; H: 19-0, A: 9-5, N: 2-2)

11/11.. IU Kokomo............ W118-89 11/14.. Concordia Ind....... W100-93 11/18.. Nazareth............... W�� 95-83

11/24.. n Hope.................. L���� 92-99 11/25.. @ G.R. Baptist...... L���� 61-70 11/28.. @ Judson.............. W�� 78-67 12/2.... Indiana Tech�� W 115-107 ot 12/5.... Trinity Chr............. W�� 87-72 12/8.... Goshen................. W105-95 12/9.... Siena Heights........ W�� 97-89 12/12.. @ Nazareth�������� W 86-78 ot 12/15.. G.R. Baptist........... W�� 96-76 12/20.. @ Webber............ W�� 90-82 1/11.... @ Tri-State............ W�� 96-94 1/15.... @ Siena Heights... L���� 86-94 1/20.... @ Grace *���������� W 85-83 ot 1/23.... @ Huntington *.... W�� 90-82 1/25.... @ St. Francis......... L���� 90-93 1/27.... Marian *............... W�� 75-72 1/30.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W107-92 2/1...... G.R. Bible.............. W109-45 2/3...... Goshen *.............. W�� 85-79 2/6...... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 94-77 2/8...... @ IU Kokomo........ W116-49 2/10.... Grace *................. W�� 97-85 2/13.... Huntington *......... W120-86 2/15.... PU Calumet........... W102-81 2/17.... @ Marian *........... L�� 62-102 2/20.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 92-82 2/22.... IU South Bend....... W101-83 2/24.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 75-73 3/1...... @ Hanover............ L���� 77-82 3/8...... Trinity Chr............. W�� 87-69 3/9...... Judson.................. W�� 84-74 3/15.... n Col. Chr.............. W�� 69-66 3/16.... n Chr. Heritage...... L���� 90-95 3/17.... n Tenn. Temple..... W108-97 * MCC game

1990-91

(OVR: 24-11; MCC: 8-2; H: 14-1, A: 9-7, N: 1-3)

11/10.. IU Kokomo............ W125-86 11/14.. @ PU Calumet...... L���� 87-90 11/17.. @ Lind. Wilson���W 111-108 11/20.. @ Indiana Tech..... L���� 82-85 11/23.. n Alma.................. W109-87 11/24.. n Huntington........ L107-109 11/27.. @ Trinity Chr......... W�� 95-90 12/1.... Judson.................. W�� 97-87 12/7.... Ancilla................... W130-51 12/8.... Goshen................. L���� 74-83 12/11.. @ Nazareth........... W110-82 12/14.. G.R. Baptist� W 124-120 2 ot 1/5...... @ So. Cal.............. L���� 84-97 1/7...... @ Pacific Chr......... W112-88 1/9...... @ Bluffton............ W�� 70-67 1/15.... Nazareth............... W�� 96-74 1/17.... Tri-State................ W�� 89-87 1/19.... Grace *���������������W 110-105 1/22.... @ Huntington *.... W106-96 1/24.... @ St. Francis Ind... L���� 80-81 1/26.... @ Marian *........... W�� 80-73 1/29.... @ IWU *������ W 116-109 2ot 2/1...... @ IU South Bend.. W�� 88-86 2/2...... @ Goshen *.......... L���� 69-85 2/5...... St. Francis Ind.����W 106-104 2/7...... @ Grace *............. L103-106 2/9...... Huntington *�������W 125-102 2/12.... Marian *............... W�� 86-73 2/16.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 92-78 2/23.... Goshen *.............. W�� 92-91 2/28.... @ Hanover............ L���� 75-83 3/8...... Trinity Chr............. W117-79 3/9...... G.R. Baptist........... W100-96 3/14.... n John Brown........ L�� 99-102 3/15.... n Lee..................... L102-104 * MCC game

1991-92

(OVR: 29-10; MCC: 8-2; H: 14-1, A: 6-7, N: 9-2)

11/8.... n Mt. Vernon Naz..W�� 90-85 11/9.... n Kings.................. W�� 79-77 11/12.. PU Calumet........... W106-84 11/16.. @ Judson.............. L�� 97-102

11/22.. n Alma.................. W�� 97-92 11/23.. @ Grace................ L�� 92-100 11/25.. IU South Bend....... W128-89 11/26.. PU North Central.. W138-86 11/29.. n Hope.................. L�� 98-101 11/30.. @ G.R. Baptist����W 105-100 12/6.... n Mt. St. Clare....... W�� 70-68 12/7.... @ Trinity............... W110-62 12/10.. G.R. Baptist........... W101-91 12/13.. IU South Bend....... L81-86 ot 12/14.. Mt. Vernon Naz.... W113-83 12/19.. n St. Thomas......... W�� 83-72 12/20.. n Malone.............. L���� 81-90 12/21.. n Hannibal LaG..... W113-79 1/16.... @ Tri-State............ L���� 74-78 1/18.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 89-87 1/21.... Grace *................. W�� 91-89 1/23.... @ Valparaiso......... W�� 85-82 1/25.... Huntington *......... W108-96 1/28.... @ Marian *������ W 85-83 2ot 1/30.... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 99-85 2/1...... @ Ind. Wes. *���� W 86-83 ot 2/4...... @ St. Francis Ind... L���� 78-81 2/8...... Goshen *.............. W�� 88-80 2/11.... @ Grace *............. L�� 94-103 2/15.... @ Huntington *.... L102-103 2/18.... Marian *............... W�� 72-70 2/22.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 85-69 2/25.... Huntington........... W�� 99-85 2/29.... @ Franklin............ L���� 93-96 3/12.... Judson.................. W�� 88-69 3/13.... G.R. Baptist........... W�� 91-77 3/18.... n Western Baptist. W�� 98-83 3/19.... n Cedarville���������W 114-101 3/20.... n Masters.............. W�� 80-77 * MCC game

1992-93

(OVR: 30-9; MCC: 6-4; H: 14-4, A: 7-3, N: 9-2)

11/6.... n Grace................. L���� 82-89 11/7.... n Spring ArborW 105-100 ot 11/10.. @ G.R. Baptist...... W104-90 11/13.. @ IU Kokomo........ W�� 99-41 11/14.. Judson.................. W108-87 11/17.. Indiana Tech......... W103-99 11/20.. n Hope.................. W�� 88-84 11/21.. @ G.R. Baptist...... W�� 91-71 11/28.. @ IU South Bend.. W110-86 12/2.... St. Francis Ind.��� W 95-90 ot 12/4.... n Barat.................. W�� 73-66 12/5.... n Trinity................. W�� 80-76 12/11.. IU Northwest........ W131-64 12/12.. IU South Bend....... L101-112 12/15.. PU Calumet........... W�� 85-72 12/22.. IU Kokomo............ W134-77 1/2...... n Ryerson.............. W110-81 1/4...... n Lake Superior St..W�� 93-82 1/7...... n Missouri So........ L���� 87-97 1/16.... Goshen *.............. W136-82 1/19.... @ Grace *............. L���� 85-96 1/23.... @ Huntington *.... W�� 91-82 1/26.... Marian *............... W101-94 1/28.... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 97-90 1/30.... Ind. Wesleyan *W 98-93 2ot 2/3...... Bluffton................. W�� 97-69 2/6...... @ Goshen *.......... W107-72 2/9...... Grace *���������� L 114-118 2ot 2/11.... @ Barat................. L���� 74-76 2/13.... Huntington *......... L���� 87-89 2/16.... @ Marian *........... L���� 76-77 2/20.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 88-74 2/23.... Huntington���������W 114-100 2/26.... Indiana Tech......... L���� 95-97 3/12.... Trinity Chr............. W�� 87-71 3/13.... Judson.................. W�� 99-79 3/18.... n Roberts Wes...... W100-91 3/19.... n Oakland City...... W�� 69-68 3/20.... n Lee..................... W100-87 * MCC game

1993-94

(OVR: 29-6; MCC: 8-2;

H: 14-1, A: 10-3, N: 5-2)

11/12.. n G.R. Baptist........ W�� 88-71 11/13.. @ MVNU��������� W 102-96 ot 11/16.. PU Calumet........... W102-81 11/18.. Barat..................... W�� 89-82 11/20.. @ Judson.............. W�� 72-68 11/23.. St. Francis Ind....... W100-94 11/27.. @ IU South Bend.. L���� 62-87 12/3.... n Lake Superior St..W�� 89-64 12/4.... n G.R. Baptist........ W�� 92-72 12/7.... @ Indiana Tech..... W�� 85-77 12/10.. PU North Central.. W�� 98-51 12/11.. IU South Bend....... W�� 79-75 12/18.. IU Northwest........ W106-58 12/29.. n Ind. Wesleyan.... W100-88 12/30.. @ Mancester����� L 97-103 ot 1/3...... n Life..................... W�� 89-86 1/4...... n Transylvania....... L���� 85-88 1/5...... @ Webber Int’l..... W�� 95-77 1/8...... @ Barat................. W�� 98-80 1/11.... IU Northwest........ W121-62 1/15.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W104-85 1/18.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 96-86 1/22.... Grace *���������������W 106-102 1/25.... Huntington *......... W�� 90-84 1/29.... @ Marian *........... W�� 82-80 1/31.... IU South Bend....... W�� 97-83 2/5...... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 99-85 2/8...... Goshen *.............. W108-83 2/10.... @ St. Francis Ind... W�� 98-96 2/12.... @ Grace *............. W�� 98-83 2/15.... @ Huntington *.... L���� 82-95 2/19.... Marian *............... L91-92 ot 2/24.... Grace.................... W100-73 3/1...... Ind. Wesleyan....... W�� 78-60 3/11.... n Huron................. L���� 74-78 * MCC game

1994-95

(OVR: 38-2; MCC: 13-1; H: 17-0, A: 12-1, N: 9-1)

11/11.. @ Missouri Valley. W�� 94-76 11/12.. n Hannibal LaG..... W�� 90-89 11/15.. IU South Bend....... W105-60 11/18.. n Tri-State............. W�� 93-77 11/19.. n Cardinal Stritch.. W112-76 11/22.. @ Barat................. W�� 64-56 11/29.. @ PU Calumet...... W�� 86-70 12/2.... Judson.................. W112-86 12/6.... Cornerstone.......... W100-84 12/9.... PU North Central.. W�� 85-45 12/10.. IU South Bend....... W�� 94-85 12/13.. IU Northwest........ W117-53 12/20.. @ Spring Arbor..... W�� 89-79 1/5...... n Tenn. Temple..... W�� 92-77 1/6...... n Illinois Tech........ W116-73 1/7...... n High Point����� L 100-109 ot 1/9...... @ St. Francis Ind. *�W 97-83 1/12.... @ IU South Bend.. W112-67 1/14.... Goshen *.............. W�� 90-57 1/17.... @ Marian *........... W�� 89-74 1/21.... Taylor *................. W�� 77-63 1/24.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W104-69 1/28.... @ Grace *............. W�� 76-70 1/31.... @ Huntington *.... L���� 79-87 2/4...... St. Francis Ind. *�W 118-101 2/7...... @ Goshen *.......... W102-54 2/9...... Marian *............... W�� 89-64 2/11.... @ Taylor *............. W�� 77-65 2/14.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 94-91 2/16.... Barat..................... W114-84 2/18.... Grace *................. W�� 68-52 2/21.... Huntington *......... W�� 79-67 2/23.... Goshen................. W101-64 2/25.... Taylor.................... W�� 88-69 2/28.... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 84-65 3/8...... n Minot St............. W�� 89-69 3/10.... n Lewis & Clark..... W�� 96-79 3/11.... n College of Ozarks�W 99-67 3/13.... n William Jewell.... W�� 96-87 3/14.... @ NW Naz.������ W 103-95 ot * MCC game


ELEVATE

1995-96

3/18.... n Siena Heights..... W�� 95-94 * MCC game

11/10.. n Concordia Mich..W105-62 11/11.. @ Trinity Chr......... W100-80 11/14.. Barat..................... W�� 92-56 11/17.. n Hope.................. W�� 95-80 11/18.. @ Cornerstone..... W�� 98-84 11/25.. @ IU South Bend.. W117-69 11/28.. @ Judson.............. W108-82 12/1.... n Barat.................. W108-65 12/2.... @ Trinity Int’l........ L���� 91-94 12/5.... PU Calumet........... W�� 90-75 12/8.... IU Northwest........ W123-48 12/9.... Goshen................. W115-85 12/14.. Robert Morris....... W107-90 12/16.. Spring Arbor......... W111-98 1/2...... n Concordia Wisc..W111-71 1/3...... n So. Tech.............. W�� 80-49 1/4...... n Mt. Senario........ W�� 82-71 1/9...... St. Francis Ind. *... W�� 92-90 1/13.... @ Goshen *.......... W109-66 1/16.... Marian *............... W�� 97-73 1/20.... @ Taylor *............. W�� 57-52 1/23.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W108-76 1/27.... Grace *................. W�� 94-73 1/30.... Huntington *������ W 93-89 ot 2/3...... @ St. Francis Ind. *�W 92-83 2/6...... Goshen *.............. W109-69 2/8...... @ Marian *........... W�� 79-62 2/10.... Taylor *................. W�� 85-68 2/13.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W120-81 2/15.... @ Barat................. W�� 73-66 2/17.... @ Grace *............. W�� 97-72 2/20.... @ Huntington *.... W�� 84-71 2/22.... Goshen................. W�� 97-54 2/24.... Huntington........... W112-99 2/27.... Taylor.................... W�� 76-62 3/6...... n Mayville St......... W�� 98-58 3/8...... n Tabor.................. L���� 72-90 * MCC game

(OVR: 37-3; MCC: 14-0; H: 14-1, A: 13-1, N: 10-1)

(OVR: 35-2; MCC: 14-0 H: 16-0, A: 12-1, N: 7-1)

1996-97

(OVR: 34-5; MCC: 12-2; H: 16-1, A: 10-3, N: 8-1)

11/12.. @ Barat................. W�� 87-68 11/16.. @ Robert Morris... W115-81 11/18.. IU South Bend....... W107-77 11/19.. IU Northwest........ W109-55 11/22.. n Culver Stockton. W�� 99-82 11/23.. @ Hannibal LaG.... W�� 94-76 11/26.. Judson.................. W111-66 11/30.. @ Trinity Int’l........ W121-98 12/3.... @ PU Calumet...... L���� 83-87 12/6.... n Rosary................ W�� 86-50 12/7.... n Lawrence........... L���� 85-90 12/10.. Robert Morris....... W�� 79-50 12/13.. Barat..................... W�� 70-52 12/14.. Trinity Int’l............ W123-94 12/18.. @ Webber Int’l���W 110-108 12/19.. n Palm Beach Atl... W�� 85-78 1/7...... Huntington *......... W�� 86-78 1/11.... @ St. Francis Ind. *�� L 92-94 1/14.... Goshen *.............. W�� 99-86 1/18.... @ Marian *........... W�� 87-71 1/21.... Taylor *................. W�� 82-67 1/25.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W123-73 1/28.... @ Grace *............. W�� 82-67 2/1...... @ Huntington *.... W�� 84-81 2/4...... St. Francis Ind. *... W112-74 2/6...... Barat..................... W�� 85-53 2/8...... @ Goshen *.......... W106-92 2/11.... Marian *............... W�� 98-73 2/15.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 86-88 2/18.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W115-85 2/22.... Grace *................. W109-87 2/25.... Ind. Wesleyan�����W 113-101 3/1...... Grace.................... W�� 80-65 3/4...... Taylor.................... L95-96 ot 3/12.... n Green Mountain.W123-75 3/14.... n Western Baptist. W�� 80-78 3/15.... n Spring Arbor...... W�� 94-83 3/17.... n William Jewell.... W�� 99-73

1997-98

11/7.... n Cornerstone....... L���� 86-92 11/8.... @ Trinity Chr......... W105-69 11/11.. @ Barat................. W103-80 11/15.. @ Valparaiso......... W�� 85-75 11/18.. @ Judson.............. W111-74 11/21.. n Hope.................. W�� 85-81 11/22.. @ Cornerstone..... L���� 64-84 11/29.. @ IU South BendW 146-103 12/2.... PU Calumet���������W 109-107 12/12.. IU South Bend....... W105-74 12/13.. Tri-State................ W101-79 12/15.. Kendall����������������W 118-104 12/20.. n IU South Bend.... W�� 94-70 12/31.. n St. Thomas......... W�� 84-67 1/1...... n Illinois Wesleyan.W108-94 1/2...... n SUNY-Utica......... W104-66 1/6...... @ Huntington *.... W103-90 1/10.... St. Francis Ind. 4 *. W105-76 1/13.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 93-82 1/15.... @ Kendall............. W103-67 1/17.... Marian *............... W108-80 1/20.... @ Taylor *............. W�� 77-73 1/24.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 93-74 1/27.... Grace *................. W�� 81-67 1/31.... Huntington *......... W�� 88-59 2/3...... @ St. Francis Ind. *�W 89-75 2/5...... Barat..................... W114-71 2/7...... Goshen *.............. W108-85 2/10.... @ Marian *........... W111-85 2/14.... Taylor *................. W�� 83-73 2/17.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 97-68 2/21.... @ Grace *............. W�� 86-80 2/25.... Ind. Wesleyan....... W112-61 2/28.... Huntington........... W�� 98-92 3/3...... Marian.................. L105-110 3/12.... n Southwestern.... W100-84 3/13.... n Briar Cliff����������W 107-100 3/14.... n Whitworth......... W�� 88-85 3/16.... n Mt. Marty.......... W�� 88-86 3/17.... n Oregon Tech....... W�� 89-87 4 First game in Wiekamp * MCC game

1998-99

(OVR: 34-6; MCC: 11-3; H: 16-1, A: 12-3, N: 6-2)

11/6.... n King.................... W�� 76-75 11/7.... @ Roberts Wes..... W104-94 11/10.. Kendall.................. W�� 97-74 11/13.. n IU East................ W131-67 11/14.. @ Oakland City..... W�� 92-81 11/17.. Judson.................. W105-66 11/21.. @ Lewis................ L���� 72-84 11/28.. IU South Bend....... W103-86 12/1.... @ PU Calumet...... W�� 97-91 12/5.... @ IU South Bend.. W127-90 12/9.... Barat..................... W114-85 12/11.. Madonna.............. W100-76 12/12.. Wisc. Lutheran...... W111-94 12/15.. St. Xavier............... W115-92 12/17.. @ Warner So........ W�� 88-85 12/18.. @ Webber Int’lW 104-95 ot 12/28.. n Northwood Mich.L 91-100 12/29.. n Oberlin............... W109-54 1/5...... Grace *................. W106-68 1/9...... Huntington *......... W�� 91-83 1/12.... @ St. Francis Ind. *�W 93-90 1/16.... Goshen *.............. W105-59 1/19.... @ Marian *........... L���� 95-98 1/23.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 82-88 1/26.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W100-65 1/30.... @ Grace *............. W�� 92-64 2/2...... @ Huntington *.... W103-98 2/6...... St. Francis Ind. *... L�� 93-114 2/9...... @ Goshen *.......... W106-87 2/13.... Marian *............... W�� 92-84 2/16.... Taylor *................. W�� 89-72

2/20.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W105-74 2/24.... Ind. Wesleyan....... W105-88 2/27.... Goshen................. W108-65 3/2...... St. Francis Ind....... W111-90 3/10.... @ Northwest Naz..W�� 96-90 3/12.... n Cardinal Stritch.. W111-91 3/13.... n Black Hills St....... W�� 89-72 3/15.... n Mt. Senario........ W�� 90-72 3/16.... n Cornerstone�� L 109-113 ot * MCC game

1/30.... @ Grace *............. W�� 88-76 2/3...... @ Huntington *.... W�� 84-82 2/6...... St. Francis Ind. *... L���� 75-78 2/10.... @ Goshen *.......... L���� 92-95 2/13.... Marian *............... W�� 80-77 2/17.... Taylor *................. W�� 78-74 2/21.... Huntington........... L���� 75-87 * MCC game

2/26.... @ Grace................ W�� 92-84 3/1...... @ Huntington....... L���� 64-87 3/20.... n Oklahoma Wes.. W101-77 3/21.... n Tenn. Temple..... L���� 81-82 3/22.... n Chr. Heritage...... L���� 86-96 * MCC game

(OVR: 30-8; MCC: 9-5; H: 14-2, A: 11-6, N: 5-0)

(OVR: 18-16; MCC: 6-8; H: 11-5, A: 5-10, N: 2-1)

11/2.... PU North Central.. W119-68 11/3.... UM Dearborn....... W120-85 11/6.... @ Kendall............. W102-92 11/9.... n Barat.................. L���� 83-98 11/10.. @ Trinity Int’l........ W�� 99-61 11/13.. @ Judson.............. L���� 73-88 11/17.. UW River Falls....... W�� 97-94 11/20.. IU South Bend....... W�� 92-69 11/27.. PU Calumet........... L���� 89-90 12/1.... @ St. Xavier.......... L���� 77-96 12/4.... @ Spring Arbor..... L���� 84-88 12/7.... Madonna.............. W132-90 12/8.... Robert Morris....... L98-99 ot 12/11.. Cedarville.............. W�� 96-72 12/28.. n UM Dearborn.... W101-69 12/29.. @ Alma................. W�� 83-66 1/4...... n Florida College... W111-73 1/5...... @ Webber Int’l..... W�� 87-76 1/8...... @ Huntington *.... L���� 77-95 1/10.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 88-74 1/12.... St. Francis Ind. *... W�� 94-79 1/15.... @ Goshen *.......... L���� 62-64 1/17.... @ Grace *............. L�� 99-103 1/19.... Marian *............... L���� 79-85 1/22.... Taylor *................. L���� 64-78 1/26.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.L���� 89-92 1/29.... Grace *................. W105-78 2/2...... Huntington *�� W 102-100 ot 2/5...... @ St. Francis Ind. * L�� 82-93 2/9...... Goshen *.............. W�� 91-83 2/12.... @ Marian *�� W 108-101 2ot 2/16.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 75-83 2/20.... @ Marian.............. L���� 82-90 3/5...... Trinity Chr............. L93-94 ot * MCC game

10/31.. Barat�������������������W 123-102 11/1.... IU Northwest........ W109-41 11/4.... @ Kendall............. W�� 90-85 11/8.... @ IU Southeast..... W104-84 11/11.. Spring Arbor......... W100-64 11/14.. n Grand View........ W�� 97-92 11/15.. @ St. Ambrose...... L�� 94-101 11/18.. @ IU South Bend.. W�� 97-75 11/21.. @ Judson.............. W�� 90-75 11/22.. n OSU Lima........... W124-83 11/25.. PU Calumet........... W�� 82-75 12/6.... @ St. Xavier.......... L���� 81-88 12/12.. Alma..................... W105-79 12/13.. Madonna.............. W103-88 12/19.. Cedarville.............. W106-97 12/29.. @ Notre Dame Cal. W81-61 12/30.. @ Holy Names...... L�� 84-107 12/31.. @ Dominican........ L���� 62-87 1/6...... @ Taylor *............. L���� 64-81 1/10.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... L���� 78-96 1/13.... @ Grace *............. W�� 85-74 1/17.... @ Huntington *.... L���� 78-81 1/20.... St. Francis Ind. *... W�� 81-79 1/24.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 90-85 1/27.... Marian *............... L���� 71-85 1/31.... Taylor *................. W�� 70-48 2/3...... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 94-73 2/7...... Grace *................. W�� 80-77 2/10.... Huntington *......... L���� 75-84 2/14.... @ St. Francis Ind. * L�� 72-83 2/17.... Goshen *.............. L���� 65-72 2/21.... @ Marian *........... L74-81 ot 2/25.... @ St. Francis Ind... L���� 85-93 3/13.... Greenville............. W102-82 3/18.... n Asbury............... W�� 88-83 3/19.... n Mt. Vernon Naz..L���� 66-79 3/20.... n Nyack................. W�� 88-70 * MCC game

1999-00

11/5.... Suomi.................... W130-78 11/6.... Mexican................ W�� 88-80 11/9.... @ Kendall............. W105-98 11/12.. @ Daemen............ W�� 98-75 11/13.. @ Roberts Wes..... W�� 94-88 11/16.. @ Judson.............. W�� 99-89 11/19.. n Hope.................. W106-70 11/20.. @ Cornerstone..... W100-80 11/27.. IU South Bend....... W100-82 11/30.. PU Calumet........... W106-94 12/3.... n IU South Bend.... W102-52 12/4.... @ Trinity Int’l........ W110-68 12/7.... Barat..................... W�� 83-59 12/10.. Madonna.............. W111-72 12/11.. IU South Bend....... W133-83 12/17.. @ St. Xavier.......... L���� 68-97 1/3...... @ Warner So........ L�� 88-100 1/4...... @ Webber Int’l..... W�� 89-73 1/7...... @ Huntington *.... L���� 78-89 1/11.... St. Francis Ind. *... L�� 84-111 1/13.... @ Grace *............. W�� 77-65 1/15.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 95-77 1/18.... Marian *............... W�� 89-75 1/22.... Taylor *................. W�� 82-59 1/25.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 99-81 1/29.... Grace *................. W�� 83-65 2/1...... Huntington *......... L���� 81-89 2/5...... @ St. Francis Ind. *L��� 91-99 2/8...... Goshen *.............. W101-61 2/12.... @ Marian *........... L���� 75-97 2/15.... @ Taylor *............. W�� 89-80 2/19.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 84-69 2/23.... Ind. Wesleyan....... W�� 86-71 2/26.... @ Huntington....... L�� 83-100 3/11.... Greenville............. W105-91 3/16.... n Asbury............... W�� 93-84 3/17.... n Bartlesville......... W100-85 3/18.... n Chr. Heritage...... W�� 83-82 * MCC game

2000-01

(OVR: 20-13; MCC: 8-6; H: 11-6, A: 7-5, N: 2-2)

11/3.... Judson.................. W�� 97-85 11/4.... Cornerstone.......... L�� 85-102 11/7.... Kendall.................. L���� 85-89 11/11.. Roberts Wes......... L���� 95-99 11/14.. Spring Arbor......... W�� 83-70 11/17.. n Tri-State............. L���� 76-79 11/18.. n Temple Baptist... W124-58 11/21.. @ IU South BendW 114-103 11/24.. @ Central Bible..... W�� 78-65 11/25.. @ Crown............... W�� 80-79 11/28.. @ PU Calumet...... W�� 77-70 12/2.... St. Xavier............... W�� 95-90 12/5.... @ Barat................. L109-124 12/8.... PU North Central.. W119-67 12/9.... Trinity Int’l............ W�� 99-65 12/29.. n David Lipscomb.. L���� 74-85 12/30.. n St. Ambrose....... W�� 87-69 1/4...... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 78-62 1/6...... Grace *................. L���� 74-94 1/9...... Huntington *......... W100-89 1/11.... Calumet................ W105-64 1/13.... @ St. Francis Ind. * L�� 91-96 1/16.... Goshen *.............. W�� 99-89 1/20.... @ Marian *........... L���� 74-75 1/23.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 72-74 1/27.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 86-80

2001-02

2002-03

(OVR: 23-14; MCC: 8-6; H: 12-3, A: 7-7, N: 4-4)

11/1.... Judson.................. W106-78 11/2.... IU Southeast......... W�� 92-89 11/5.... Kendall.................. W�� 90-74 11/8.... n Barat.................. L102-105 11/9.... @ Trinity Int’l........ W�� 92-58 11/12.. Grace Bible........... W119-77 11/15.. @ Evangel............. L���� 79-86 11/16.. @ Central Bible..... W�� 93-85 11/19.. Andrews................ W124-59 11/22.. n Mt. Vernon Naz..L�� 96-101 11/23.. n Marygrove......... W118-68 11/26.. @ PU Calumet...... W�� 79-74 12/7.... St. Xavier............... L�� 99-111 12/10.. @ Cedarville......... L�� 81-103 12/13.. IU South Bend....... W117-65 12/14.. Andrews................ W104-59 12/27.. n Bethany............. W110-72 12/28.. n Old Westbury..... W�� 84-70 1/7...... Taylor *................. L���� 68-83 1/11.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.L���� 85-91 1/14.... Grace *................. W�� 99-77 1/18.... Huntington *......... W�� 74-73 1/21.... @ St. Francis Ind. * L�� 66-83 1/25.... Goshen *.............. W110-98 1/28.... @ Marian *........... W�� 85-70 2/1...... @ Taylor *............. L���� 54-72 2/4...... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 99-86 2/8...... @ Grace *............. L80-92 ot 2/11.... @ Huntington *.... W100-89 2/15.... St. Francis Ind. *... W104-98 2/18.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 80-75 2/22.... Marian *............... L���� 79-89

2003-04

(OVR: 23-14; MCC: 6-8; H: 11-4, A: 8-9, N: 4-1)

2004-05

(OVR: 19-15; MCC: 7-9; H: 9-6, A: 5-6, N: 5-3)

11/5.... Davenport............. W115-63 11/6.... Judson.................. W100-51 11/9.... @ PU Calumet...... W�� 69-62 11/13.. St. Xavier............... L���� 75-81 11/16.. IU South Bend....... W100-74 11/19.. @ Franciscan........ W�� 97-76 11/20.. n St. Ambrose�� L 109-111 ot 11/23.. Grace *................. W�� 85-82 11/30.. Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 66-64 12/3.... n Northwestern.... W�� 93-69 12/4.... n Mt. Mercy.......... W�� 99-93 12/8.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 64-77 12/10.. Madonna.............. W109-75 12/11.. Robert Morris....... L�� 99-114 12/18.. Trinity Chr............. W�� 75-49 12/27.. n St. Vincent ��� L 104-109 ot 12/28.. n Notre Dame Oh.W 101-78 1/4...... @ Goshen *.......... L���� 86-91 1/8...... Spring Arbor *...... L���� 73-82 1/11.... @ St. Francis Ind. * L�� 79-91 1/15.... Huntington *......... L���� 66-83 1/18.... Marian *............... W�� 81-73 1/22.... @ Grace *............. L���� 78-82 1/25.... @ Ind. Wes. *���� W 70-66 ot 2/1...... Taylor *................. L���� 65-76 2/5...... Goshen *.............. W�� 89-60 2/8...... @ Spring Arbor *.. W�� 78-70 2/12.... St. Francis Ind. *... L���� 82-93 2/15.... @ Huntington *.... L���� 77-80 2/19.... @ Marian *........... W�� 76-73 2/23.... @ Huntington....... L���� 79-88

99


2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

3/17.... n Asbury............... W�� 83-42 3/18.... n Palm Beach Atl... W�� 88-73 3/19.... n Spring Arbor...... L���� 67-71 * MCC game

2005-06

(OVR: 10-20; MCC: 1-15; H: 6-10, A: 3-9, N: 1-1)

11/8.... PU Calumet........... W�� 78-63 11/11.. IU Northwest........ W122-72 11/12.. Iowa Wesleyan..... L���� 71-81 11/15.. @ IU South Bend.. W�� 68-55 11/18.. @ Manchester...... W�� 77-69 11/19.. n Rockford�������� L 95-96 2 ot 11/22.. @ Grace *............. L���� 85-97 11/29.. @ Ind. Wesleyan *.L���� 70-82 12/2.... n UC Clermont...... W114-82 12/3.... @ Defiance........... L���� 73-81 12/7.... Taylor *................. L���� 51-62 12/9.... Calumet................ W�� 91-75 12/10.. Trinity Int’l............ W���� 65-55 12/17.. @ Trinity Chr......... L���� 68-76 12/20.. IU South Bend....... W�� 66-53 12/28.. @ Fla. Memorial L������ 60-76 1/3...... Goshen *.............. L���� 75-80 1/7...... Spring Arbor *...... L���� 91-95 1/10.... St. Francis Ind. *... L���� 73-76 1/14.... @ Huntington *.... L���� 68-83 1/17.... @ Marian *........... L���� 62-64 1/21.... Grace *................. L���� 81-86 1/24.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... L���� 57-75 1/28.... Marygrove............ W�� 93-62 1/31.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 50-65 2/4...... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 85-83 2/7...... Spring Arbor *...... L���� 77-81 2/11.... @ St. Francis *...... L���� 92-99 2/14.... Huntington *......... L���� 70-86 2/18.... Marian *............... L���� 61-75 * MCC game

2006-07

(OVR: 21-15; MCC: 6-10; H: 8-6, A: 9-8, N: 4-1)

10/31.. @ PU Calumet...... W�� 81-75 11/3.... @ King.................. L���� 69-76 11/4.... n Tenn. Wesleyan.. L���� 93-94 11/10.. Aquinas................. W�� 95-79 11/11.. IU Northwest........ W�� 90-58 11/14.. IU South Bend....... W�� 92-75 11/18.. @ St. Xavier.......... L���� 79-90 11/21.. Taylor *................. W�� 85-81 11/28.. @ Marian *........... L���� 74-81 12/2.... @ Huntington *.... L���� 85-93 12/4.... @ Madonna.......... W�� 91-69 12/8.... Calumet................ W�� 84-77 12/9.... Trinity Int’l������� W 100-93 ot 12/12.. Indiana Tech......... L���� 90-92 12/20.. @ IU South Bend.. W�� 79-77 12/28.. @ Savannah A&D. W�� 99-88 12/29.. n Emmanuel......... W�� 79-78 1/3...... Goshen *.............. W�� 78-66 1/6...... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.L���� 58-93 1/9...... @ St. Francis Ind. * W� 70-63 1/13.... Grace *................. L���� 82-86 1/16.... @ Spring Arbor *.. L���� 69-72 1/20.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 65-77 1/23.... Marian *............... W�� 84-56 1/27.... Huntington *......... L���� 72-83 2/3...... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 71-65 2/6...... Ind. Wesleyan *.... L76-79 ot 2/10.... St. Francis Ind. *... L���� 88-99 2/13.... @ Grace *............. W�� 73-71 2/17.... Spring Arbor *...... L���� 92-98 2/21.... @ Grace................ L76-82 ot 3/2...... n Bethany Lutheran W91-78 3/3...... @ N’western��� W 96-95 2 ot 3/15.... @ Oakland City..... W�� 91-84 3/16.... n Emmanuel......... W�� 84-70 3/17.... n Grace�������������� W 90-81 ot * MCC game

2007-08

(OVR: 29-7; MCC: 12-4; H: 15-2, A: 10-3, N: 4-2)

100

11/2.... Concordia Mich.... W�� 77-54 11/3.... Holy Cross............. W104-34 11/9.... n Robert Morris.... L���� 80-88 11/10.. @ Trinity Int’l........ W�� 91-49 11/13.. @ IU South Bend.. W�� 95-82 11/16.. n Indiana Tech...... W�� 80-69 11/17.. @ Notre Dame Oh.W�� 77-67 11/20.. PU Calumet........... W�� 85-60 11/27.. @ Indiana Tech..... W�� 96-56 12/1.... @ Taylor *............. L57-58 ot 12/4.... Marian *............... W�� 76-62 12/7.... IU Northwest........ W103-61 12/8.... Kuyper.................. W119-58 12/19.. IU South Bend....... L87-99 ot 12/28.. n Wilberforce........ W�� 84-76 12/29.. @ Northwood Fla..W�� 95-94 1/2...... Huntington *......... W�� 74-67 1/9...... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 66-54 1/12.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 80-65 1/16.... St. Francis Ind. *... W�� 97-76 1/19.... @ Grace *............. W�� 66-65 1/23.... Spring Arbor *...... W�� 82-79 1/26.... Taylor *................. L���� 70-74 1/30.... @ Marian *........... W�� 80-60 2/2...... @ Huntington *.... L���� 72-73 2/9...... Goshen *.............. W�� 86-73 2/13.... @ Ind. Wes. *���� W 89-82 ot 2/16.... @ St. Francis Ind. * W� 83-68 2/20.... Grace *................. W�� 87-76 2/23.... @ Spring Arbor *.. L���� 70-81 2/27.... St. Francis Ind....... W�� 84-77 3/1...... Taylor.................... W�� 67-57 3/4...... Grace.................... W�� 73-46 3/12.... n Warner Pacific W 86-73 ot 3/14.... n Ottawa............... W�� 86-81 3/15.... n Bellevue............. L���� 69-73 * MCC game

2008-09

(OVR: 33-4; MCC: 13-3; H: 17-0, A: 10-4, N: 6-0)

11/7.... PU North Central.. W121-54 11/8.... Calumet................ W114-66 11/12.. IU South Bend....... W�� 79-57 11/14.. @ Judson.............. W100-85 11/15.. n St. Francis Ill....... W�� 84-71 11/18.. @ PU Calumet...... W116-65 11/21.. n Hannibal LaG..... W�� 87-67 11/22.. @ Iowa Wesleyan. W�� 84-68 11/25.. @ Grace *���������� W 93-87 ot 12/2.... Ind. Wesleyan *... W�� 84-81 12/6.... Goshen *.............. W�� 88-64 12/9.... Holy Cross............. W120-57 12/12.. @ Trinity Int’l........ W102-77 12/13.. Judson.................. W�� 95-71 12/17.. @ IU South Bend.. W�� 88-58 12/29.. n St. Thomas......... W�� 70-67 12/30.. @ Fla. Memorial... W�� 73-58 1/3...... @ Spring Arbor *.. L���� 65-66 1/6...... Huntington *......... W�� 78-68 1/10.... @ Marian *........... W�� 85-82 1/17.... Taylor *................. W�� 62-46 1/20.... @ USF Ind. *�������� L 88-93 ot 1/24.... Grace *................. W�� 81-61 1/27.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 76-70 1/31.... Goshen *.............. W�� 91-59 2/3...... Spring Arbor *...... W�� 77-71 2/7...... @ Huntington *� L 95-101 ot 2/10.... Marian *............... W�� 78-74 2/17.... @ Taylor *............. W�� 63-55 2/21.... St. Francis Ind. *... W�� 74-73 2/25.... Taylor.................... W�� 73-53 2/28.... Spring Arbor......... W�� 76-64 3/3...... Ind. Wesleyan....... W�� 74-70 3/11.... n Johnson & Wales W� 86-58 3/13.... n IU Southeast...... W�� 88-68 3/14.... n Bellevue............. W�� 82-77 3/16.... @ College of Ozarks L� 64-73 * MCC game

2009-10

(OVR: 28-7; MCC: 12-4; H: 15-1, A: 9-5, N: 4-1)

11/10.. @ IU South Bend.. W�� 69-63 11/13.. Judson.................. W121-92 11/14.. Holy Cross............. W�� 74-61 11/20.. n Judson............... W�� 89-75 11/21.. @ Trinity Int’l........ W�� 85-59 11/24.. Grace *................. W�� 86-85 12/1.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.L���� 67-73 12/5.... Goshen *.............. W�� 87-79 12/8.... @ Holy Cross........ W�� 87-63 12/11.. Kuyper.................. W105-61 12/12.. Concordia Mich.... W�� 84-46 12/18.. n Bethel Tenn........ W�� 95-56 12/19.. @ Lind. Wilson..... W�� 66-37 12/29.. n Cedarville........... W�� 76-66 12/30.. @ Northwood Fla..L���� 70-76 1/5...... Spring Arbor *...... W�� 85-62 1/7...... @ Huntington *.... W�� 98-91 1/9...... Marian *............... W�� 94-84 1/11.... Indiana Tech *....... W�� 85-60 1/16.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 73-79 1/19.... St. Francis Ind. *... L���� 87-89 1/23.... @ Grace *............. W�� 81-71 1/26.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... W�� 79-72 1/30.... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 73-71 2/2...... @ Spring Arbor *.. W�� 78-72 2/6...... Huntington *......... W�� 79-62 2/9...... @ Marian *........... L���� 69-83 2/11.... IU South Bend....... W�� 83-69 2/16.... Taylor *................. W�� 70-57 2/20.... @ St. Francis Ind. * W� 95-68 2/24.... Marian.................. W�� 89-57 2/27.... Spring Arbor......... W�� 65-57 3/2...... @ Ind. Wesleyan... L���� 68-78 3/10.... n Friends............... W�� 77-67 3/12.... n Embry-Riddle..... L64-67 ot * MCC game

2010-11

(OVR: 14-17; MCC: 4-12; H: 7-7, A: 5-8, N: 2-2)

10/30.. IU South Bend....... W�� 74-49 11/2.... @ Holy Cross........ W�� 68-57 11/5.... n Pikeville.............. W�� 80-77 11/6.... @ Rio Grande....... W�� 74-54 11/12.. n Olivet Naz.......... L���� 64-66 11/13.. n Cardinal Stritch.. W�� 75-65 11/16.. Concordia Mich.... W�� 77-58 11/18.. G.L. Chr................. W100-75 11/19.. Aquinas................. W�� 62-55 11/23.. St. Francis Ind. *... L���� 62-65 12/1.... @ Grace *............. L���� 76-84 12/4.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... L���� 86-92 12/7.... @ IU South Bend.. L���� 53-54 12/11.. Holy Cross............. W�� 87-56 12/12.. IU East................... L92-94 ot 12/28.. n Webber Int’l...... L���� 59-61 12/29.. @ Fla. Memorial... W�� 74-73 1/4...... @ Goshen *.......... W�� 70-56 1/6...... @ Spring Arbor *.. W�� 61-59 1/8...... Huntington *......... W�� 80-73 1/11.... @ Marian *........... L���� 68-80 1/18.... Taylor *................. L���� 57-70 1/22.... @ St. Francis Ind. * L�� 65-72 1/25.... Grace *................. L���� 82-87 1/29.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.L���� 61-70 2/1...... Goshen *.............. L73-77 ot 2/5...... Spring Arbor *...... L���� 53-67 2/8...... @ Huntington *.... L���� 76-90 2/12.... Marian *............... W�� 69-63 2/19.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 75-77 2/23.... Ind. Wesleyan....... L���� 80-86 * MCC game

2011-12

(OVR: 16-14; MCC: 7-11; H: 6-8, A: 8-6, N: 2-0)

11/2.... @ Holy Cross........ W�� 68-67 11/8.... @ Aquinas............ W�� 81-79 11/11.. Kuyper.................. W101-57 11/12.. Indiana Dabney..... W�� 93-64 11/15.. @ Concordia Mich. L�� 78-86 11/18.. @ Judson.............. W�� 80-77 11/19.. n PU Calumet........ W�� 75-61

11/22.. @ Spring Arbor *.. W�� 76-64 11/30.. Goshen *.............. L���� 81-88 12/3.... @ Taylor *............. L���� 67-85 12/6.... IU South Bend....... W�� 69-66 12/9.... Holy Cross............. W�� 84-73 12/10.. Cardinal Stritch..... L���� 65-78 12/16.. n Edward Waters.. W�� 73-61 12/17.. @ Northwood....... L�� 66-101 1/3...... Mt. Vernon Naz. *.W�� 89-77 1/5...... St. Francis Ind. *... L���� 58-69 1/7...... @ Marian *........... W�� 70-55 1/10.... Grace *................. L���� 69-77 1/14.... @ Ind. Wesleyan *.W�� 83-80 1/17.... @ Huntington *.... W�� 84-77 1/21.... Spring Arbor *...... L���� 62-64 1/24.... @ Goshen *.......... L���� 84-92 1/28.... Taylor *................. L���� 61-70 1/31.... @ MVNU *............ W�� 87-66 2/4...... @ St. Francis Ind. * L 72-108 2/7...... Huntington *......... W�� 89-80 2/11.... Ind. Wesleyan *.... L���� 87-94 2/14.... @ Grace *������� L 97-100 2 ot 2/18.... Marian *............... L���� 61-80 * MCC game


RECORDS

Scoring�����������������������������������������������������100-102 Field Goals������������������������������������������������������ 103 Free Throws���������������������������������������������������� 104 Three-Pointers������������������������������������������������ 105 100-Point Games�������������������������������������106-107 Rebounds������������������������������������������������������� 108 Assists������������������������������������������������������������� 109 Steals�������������������������������������������������������������� 110 Blocks������������������������������������������������������������� 111 Playing Time��������������������������������������������������� 112 Double-Doubles���������������������������������������������� 113 Wins / Losses�������������������������������������������������� 114 NAIA Tourney�������������������������������������������115-117 Crossroads League Tourney���������������������118-120


2012-13 BETHEL COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL

SCORING SEASON LEADERS YR

58-59 59-60 60-61 61-62 62-63 63-64 64-65 65-66 66-67 67-68 68-69 69-70 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12

102

PLAYER

Gary Fry Gary Fry Gary Fry Gary Fry Larry Baughman Larry Baughman E. Walterhouse E. Walterhouse E. Walterhouse Ron Holmes Randy Klotz Randy Klotz Randy Glingle Randy Glingle Dave Riffell Dave Riffell Roy Shaw Dean Weirich Steve Brown Steve Brown Steve Brown Greg Thomas Don Zawlocki Don Zawlocki Joe Focht Jack Carpenter J. Calderone J. Calderone J. Calderone Jody Martinez Jody Martinez Jody Martinez Dave Troyer Dave Troyer Mark Galloway Mark Galloway Mark Galloway Jeff Clay Rico Swanson Eric Brand Eric Brand Eric Brand Ricky Gooden Joel Grindle Jake Parker Ricky Gooden Kyle Sears Kyle Sears William Walker William Walker William Walker Ryne Lightfoot Caleb Laidig Zach Miller

GP

5 12 14 17 18 17 12 21 24 26 29 31 26 25 24 31 30 29 17 31 35 33 37 33 30 31 35 32 34 36 38 37 35 39 35 35 40 37 38 40 40 38 33 34 37 37 34 30 36 36 36 35 31 30

PTS

80 207 356 257 357 379 247 450 523 589 518 624 494 297 494 513 443 664 337 524 695 380 399 392 403 471 649 559 666 719 803 745 756 894 784 665 798 580 679  757 861 909 513 541 476 568 529 434 703 694 727 599 456 412

AVG

16.0 17.3 25.4 15.1 19.8 22.3 20.5 21.4 21.8 22.7 22.7 20.1 19.0 11.9 19.0 16.5 14.4 22.9 19.8 16.9 19.9 11.5 10.8 11.9 13.4 15.2 18.5 17.5 19.6 20.0 21.1 20.1 21.6 22.9 22.4 19.0 20.0 15.7 17.9 18.9 21.5 23.9 15.5 15.9 12.9 15.4 15.6 14.5 19.5 19.3 20.2 17.1 14.7 13.7

1. ERIC BRAND - 2,696 PTS

Scored his 2,000th point in his 127th game vs. Cornerstone (Nov. 20, 1999) YEAR 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00

GP 39 40 40 38 157

FG-FGA PCT. 68-120 .567 298-473 .630 339-551 .615 313-568 .551 1018-1712 .595

3P-3PA 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-3 1-4

PCT. .000 .000 .000 .333 .250

FT-FTA PCT. 33-59 .559 161-224 .719 183-291 .651 282-377 .748 659-941 .700

PTS-AVG. 169-4.3 757-18.1 861-21.5 909-23.9 2696-17.2

2. MARK GALLOWAY - 2,622 PTS

Scored his 2,000th point in his 124th game vs. IU South Bend (Dec. 10, 1994) YEAR 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95

GP 39 39 35 40 153

FG-FGA 135-286 302-599 257-545 304-618 998-2048

PCT. .472 .504 .472 .492 .487

3P-3PA PCT. 33-84 .393 61-173 .352 51-151 .338 79-214 .369 224-622 .360

FT-FTA PCT. 72-101 .713 119-158 .753 100-158 .633 111-146 .760 402-563 .714

PTS-AVG. 375-9.6 784-20.1 665-19.0 798-20.0 2622-17.1

3. JODY MARTINEZ - 2,620 PTS

Scored his 2,000th point in his 114th game vs. Judson (Nov. 28, 1989) YEAR 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90

GP 34 36 38 37 145

FG-FGA PCT. 130-221 .588 .510 323-528 .612 .633 1007-1683 .598

3P-3PA 1-6 2-2 0-2 0-2 3-12

PCT. .167 1.000 .000 .000 .250

FT-FTA PCT. 92-106 .868  157-201 .781  603-743 .812

PTS-AVG. 353-10.4 719-20.0 803-21.1 745-20.1 2620-18.1

4. WILLIAM WALKER - 2,427 PTS

Scored his 2,000th point in his 113th game vs. Saint Thomas (Dec. 29, 2008) YEAR 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

GP 26 36 36 36 134

FG-FGA PCT. 132-239 .552 293-487 .602 290-481 .603 300-520 .577 1015-1727 .588

3P-3PA 0-0 3-5 4-16 7-20 14-41

PCT. .000 .600 .250 .350 .341

FT-FTA PCT. 39-70 .557 114-161 .708 110-147 .748 120-170 .706 383-548 .699

PTS-AVG. 303-11.7 703-19.5 694-19.3 727-20.2 2427-18.1

5. JEROME CALDERONE - 2,227 PTS

Scored his 2,000th point in his 120th game vs. IU South Bend (Feb. 9, 1987) YEAR 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87

GP 31 35 32 34 132

FG-FGA 135-270 258-492 236-490 238-534 867-1786

PCT. .500 .524 .482 .446 .485

3P-3PA --- --- --- 38-113 38-113

PCT. --- --- --- .336 .336

FT-FTA PCT. 83-100 .830 133-157 .847 87-97 .897 152-183 .831 455-537 .847

PTS-AVG. 353-11.4 649-18.5 559-17.5 666-19.6 2227-16.9


ELEVATE

6. JODY GORALSKI - 2,131 PTS

CAREER TOTAL RK PLAYER

Scored his 2,000th point in his 138th game vs. Huntington (Feb. 21, 1995) YEAR 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95

GP 35 37 34 40 146

FG-FGA 129-205 218-345 231-353 268-380 846-1283

PCT. .629 .632 .654 .705 .659

3P-3PA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PCT. .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA PCT. 66-119 .555 98-169 .580 102-196 .520 173-263 .658 439-747 .588

PTS-AVG. 324-9.3 534-14.4 564-16.6 709-17.7 2131-14.6

7. BOB KNEBEL - 2,124 PTS

Scored his 2,000th point in his 131st game vs. Goshen (Feb. 23, 1991) YEAR 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91

GP 28 38 36 35 137

FG-FGA 225-452 217-487 753-1581

PCT. .497 .446 .478

3P-3PA PCT. 37-89 .416 63-153 .412 84-181 .464 114-267 .427 298-690 .432

FT-FTA PCT.  93-108 .861  84-110 .737 316-393 .804

PTS-AVG. 253-9.0 606-16.0 633-17.6 632-18.1 2124-15.5

T8. RICO SWANSON - 2,084 PTS

Scored his 2,000th point in his 147th game vs. Briar Cliff (Mar. 13, 1998) YEAR 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98

GP 40 32 38 40 150

FG-FGA 110-219 143-295 228-459 246-510 727-1483

PCT. .502 .485 .497 .482 .490

3P-3PA PCT. 12-41 .293 17-52 .327 55-130 .423 45-129 .349 129-352 .366

FT-FTA PCT. 86-123 .699 120-150 .800 168-215 .781 127-153 .830 501-641 .782

PTS-AVG. 318-8.0 423-13.2 679-17.9 664-16.6 2084-13.9

T8. DAVE TROYER - 2,084 PTS

Scored his 2,000th point in his 94th game vs. Grand Rapids Baptist (Mar. 14, 1992) YEAR 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92

GP FG-FGA Transfer Redshirt 23 164-305 35 298-452 39 345-601 97 807-1358

PCT.

3P-3PA PCT.

FT-FTA PCT.

PTS-AVG.

.538 .659 .574 .594

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

106-146 .726 160-220 .727 203-272 .746 469-638 .735

434-18.9 756-21.6 894-22.9 2084-21.5

.000 .000 .250 .250

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 32. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52.

Tyler Brown Von Gilbert Ryan Bales Joel Grindle E. Walterhouse Ricky Gooden Dave Riffell Steve Brown Robby Prenkert Ron Holmes Ron Chrobot Randy Glingle Garrett Skipper Brian Bechtel Jack Carpenter Randy Klotz Greg Thomas Kyle Sears Josh Weimer Bill O’Dell Don Zawlocki Jake Parker Andy Ganger Caleb Laidig Dick Armington David Keister Michael Edison Randy Romer David Haverstick Adrick Hills Jeff Clay Jon Zeser Wes Laidig Ryan Meister Mike Miller Scott Hostetler Mark Lettinga Kevin Fulton Joe Zarazee Dean Weirich Gary Knowles Tim Ritter

CAREER AVERAGE RK PLAYER

10. RYNE LIGHTFOOT - 2,075 PTS

Scored his 2,000th point in his 137th game vs. Saint Francis (Feb. 20, 2010) YEAR 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

GP 35 36 36 35 142

FG-FGA 139-317 158-289 157-313 176-359 630-1278

PCT. .438 .547 .502 .490 .493

3P-3PA PCT. 54-142 .380 56-125 .448 58-146 .397 83-194 .428 251-607 .414

FT-FTA PCT. 182-238 .765 91-132 .689 127-160 .794 164-200 .820 564-730 .773

PTS-AVG. 514-14.7 463-12.9 499-13.9 599-17.1 2075-14.6

PTS

1,982 1,766 1,759 1,752 1,734 1,682 1,672 1,659 1,658 1,602 1,599 1,539 1,521 1,478 1,462 1,458 1,440 1,417 1,359 1,339 1,331 1,293 1,293 1,288 1,279 1,278 1,257 1,247 1,245 1,226 1,197 1,182 1,176 1,149 1,132 1,108 1,092 1,060 1,032 1,023 1,008 1,005

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

Dean Weirich Dave Troyer E. Walterhouse Dave Riffell Gary Fry Ron Holmes William Walker Jody Martinez Randy Klotz Eric Brand

AVG

23.2 21.5 20.9 19.0 18.7 18.2 18.1 18.1 17.4 17.2

SEASONS

2006-10 1992-96 1997-99 1999-03 1964-68 2000-04 1970-75 1975-79 1988-92 1964-68 1990-93 1969-72 1983-86 1990-94 1981-85 1967-70 1979-83 2002-06 2001-05 1979-83 1977-82 2001-06 1997-01 2007-11 1976-80 2000-04 1995-99 1993-97 1995-00 2002-05 1993-97 2004-08 2006-10 1985-89 1992-96 1977-81 2005-09 1974-78 1984-88 1974-76 1979-83 1998-02

SEASONS

1974-76 1989-92 1964-68 1970-75 1958-62 1964-68 2005-09 1986-90 1967-70 1996-00

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GAME

RK PLAYER 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 4. 7. 7. 7. 10. 10. 10. 13. 13. 13. 16. 16. 16. 16. 16. 16. 22. 22. 22. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40.

Dave Troyer Ron Holmes Larry Baughman Kyle Sears Jody Martinez Everett Walterhouse Eric Brand Jody Martinez Dave Riffell David Keister Dave Troyer Jody Martinez Eric Brand Dennis Wood Larry Baughman Ricky Gooden Eric Brand Mark Galloway Dave Troyer Jerome Calderone Randy Glingle William Walker Jody Martinez Dave Riffell Mark Lettinga William Walker William Walker Kyle Sears Eric Brand David Haverstick Mark Galloway Dave Troyer Ron Chrobot Bob Knebel Jerome Calderone Randy Klotz Randy Klotz Everett Walterhouse Everett Walterhouse Ricky Gooden Eric Brand Eric Brand Ryan Bales Rico Swanson Steve Brown Steve Brown Steve Brown Ron Holmes Randy Klotz E. Walterhouse Ron Holmes Everett Walterhouse

BY CLASS Fr. So. Jr. Sr.

Dennis Wood Jody Martinez Kyle Sears Dave Troyer

104

PTS

DATE

48 45 43 41 41 41 40 40 40 39 39 39 38 38 38 37 37 37 37 37 37 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

Nov. 16, 1991 Jan. 9, 1968 1962-63 Nov. 20, 2004 Dec. 9, 1989 1963-64 Jan. 25, 2000 Feb. 9, 1989 Nov. 25, 1972 Oct