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2011-12 University of Notre Dame

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement

Individual Records

Notre Dame Single Game...................................................................... 2-4 Single Game (Mike Brey Era)............................................. 4-7 Career (BIG EAST)............................................................. 7-9 Season (BIG EAST)........................................................... 9-12 Single Game (BIG EAST)................................................ 12-14

Opponents Single Game.................................................................. 15-17 Single Game (BIG EAST)................................................ 17-19 Single Game (Mike Brey Era)......................................... 20-21

Team Records Notre Dame Single Game.................................................................. 22-24 Single Game (BIG EAST)................................................ 24-26 Single Game (Mike Brey Era)......................................... 26-29

Notre Dame History

Austin Carr.................................................................... 43-44 Notre Dame Fieldhouse................................................. 45-46 All-Time Captains.......................................................... 46-47 All-Time Lineups........................................................... 48-56 Year-By-Year Statistics.................................................... 57-61 Year-By-Year Statistics at Purcell Pavilion....................... 62-63 Walk-On Records.......................................................... 64-66 Overtime Games........................................................... 67-68 Biggest Wins and Losses................................................ 69-70 Most/Fewest Points in a Game....................................... 70-72 100-Point Games.................................................................73 Opponent 100-Point Game.................................................74 Records vs. the Conferences.......................................... 75-79 Notre Dame vs. Ranked Opponents.............................. 79-83 Final Season Polls........................................................84-100

Opponents Single Game (BIG EAST)................................................ 30-32 Single Game.................................................................. 32-34 BIG EAST Season Leaders.............................................. 34-36 BIG EAST Conference Records Notre Dame Records...........................................................37 Opponents Records.............................................................38 Post-Season Tournament Records NCAA Tournament Single Game (Notre Dame)............................................ 39-40 Single Game (Opponent)............................................... 40-41 Team (Tournament)..............................................................41 Individual (Career)...............................................................41 Individual (Tournament).......................................................41 Individual (Single Game)............................................... 41-42 Opponent (Single Game).....................................................42 National Invitational Tournament.......................................42

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Notre Dame Individual Records Single Game Points Points Name Game Date 61 Austin Carr vs. Ohio* 3-7-1970 55 Austin Carr vs. West Virginia 2-21-1970 54 Austin Carr vs. Indiana 12-15-1970 53 Austin Carr vs. Tulane 2-16-1970 52 Austin Carr vs. Kentucky^ 3-12-1970 52 Austin Carr vs. TCU# 3-13-1971 51 Austin Carr vs. DePaul 1-14-1970 50 Austin Carr @ Butler 2-23-1970 50 Austin Carr @ Kentucky 12-29-1970 49 Adrian Dantley vs. Air Force 2-10-1975 *NCAA First Round, UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio ^NCAA Second Round, St. John Arena, Columbus, Ohio #NCAA Consolation Game, Koch Arena, Wichita, Kan.

Field Goals Made Made Att Name Game Date 25 44 Austin Carr vs. Ohio* 3-7-1970 22 44 Austin Carr @ Butler 2-23-1970 22 35 Austin Carr vs. Kentucky^ 3-12-1970 22 35 Austin Carr vs. Tulane 2-16-1970 21 39 Austin Carr vs. Indiana 12-15-1970 21 32 Austin Carr @ Kentucky# 12-19-1970 21 32 Austin Carr @ Kentucky# 12-27-1969 20 37 Austin Carr vs. West Virginia 2-21-1970 20 34 Austin Carr vs. Minnesota 1-2-1971 20 34 Austin Carr vs. St. Peter’s 2-4-1970 20 29 Austin Carr vs. DePaul 1-14-1970 *NCAA First Round, UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio ^NCAA Second Round, St. John Arena, Columbus, Ohio #Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky.

Field Goals Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 44 25 Austin Carr vs. Ohio* 3-7-1970 44 22 Austin Carr @ Butler 2-23-1970 40 17 Austin Carr vs. Houston^ 3-20-1971 39 21 Austin Carr vs. Indiana 12-15-1970 39 18 Austin Carr vs. NYU 2-23-1971 37 20 Austin Carr vs. West Virginia 2-21-1970 36 15 Gary Brokaw vs. W. Michigan 12-6-1971 36 13 Austin Carr vs. Duquesne 1-18-1971 35 22 Austin Carr vs. Kentucky# 3-12-1970 35 22 Austin Carr vs. Tulane 2-16-1970 *NCAA First Round, UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio ^NCAA Consolation Game, Koch Arena, Wichita, Kan. #NCAA Second Round, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Field Goal Percentage (minimum 5 attempted) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (9-9) John Shumate vs. Louisville* 3-20-1973 1.000 (9-9) Keith Robinson vs. UCLA 12-17-1989 1.000 (8-8) Torin Francis vs. Maryland^ 12-7-2002 1.000 (7-7) Ken Barlow vs. Stone Hill 11-26-1982 -2-

1.000 (5-5) 1.000 (5-5) 1.000 (5-5) 1.000 (5-5) 1.000 (5-5) 1.000 (5-5) 1.000 (5-5) 1.000 (5-5)

Martin Ingelsby vs. Sacred Heart11-18-2000 Harold Swanagan vs. Providence 12-8-1998 Matt Gotsch vs. Youngstown St.1-26-1996 Rich Branning @ UCLA 12-10-1977 Rob Kurz vs. Winston-Salem11-29-2006 Luke Zeller vs. The Citadel 11-19-2006 Zach Hillesland vs. IPFW 11-10-2006 Tyrone Nash vs. West Virginia 1-9-2010

*NIT Second Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^BB&T Classic, MCI Center, Washington, D.C.

3-Point Field Goals Made Made Att Name Game Date 10 18 Kyle McAlarney vs. North Carolina*11-26-2008 9 17 Kyle McAlarney vs. Furman 11-30-2008 9 14 Ryan Ayers vs. South Dakota12-2-2008 9 11 Kyle McAlarney vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008 8 10 Keith Friel vs. Syracuse 1-21-1998 7 17 Colin Falls vs. Syracuse$ 3-8-2007 7 14 Colin Falls @ Alabama 12-7-2005 7 14 Kyle McAlarney @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 7 13 Ryan Hoover vs. Dayton 1-9-1993 7 13 Kyle McAlarney vs. South Dakota12-2-2008 7 11 Ryan Ayers @ Providence 2-21-2009 7 11 Russell Carter vs. Stony Brook12-30-2006 7 10 Kyle McAlarney vs. Colgate 11-26-2007 7 10 Ryan Ayers vs. Villanova 3-2-2009 7 9 Kyle McAlarney vs. Rider 12-28-2006 7 9 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 $ BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinals, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. *Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 18 10 Kyle McAlarney vs. North Carolina* 11-26-2008 17 9 Kyle McAlarney vs. Furman 12-30-2008 17 7 Colin Falls vs. Syracuse# 3-8-2007 15 6 Ryan Hoover vs. Boston College1-29-1995 15 4 Ryan Hoover @ Rutgers 2-2-1995 14 9 Ryan Ayers vs. South Dakota12-2-2008 14 7 Colin Falls @ Alabama 12-7-2005 14 7 Kyle McAlarney @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 14 6 Colin Falls @ Marquette 1-20-2006 14 6 Ryan Hoover @ Syracuse 3-2-1996 14 5 Ryan Hoover @ Louisville 1-7-1995 14 5 Colin Falls @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 #BIG EAST Quarterfinals, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. *Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

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3-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 Att.) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (6-6) Matt Carroll vs. UT-Chatt.* 11-24-2001 1.000 (5-5) David Rivers vs. DePaul 1-16-1988 1.000 (5-5) Martin Inglesby vs. Sacred Heart 11-18-2000 1.000 (5-5) Ben Hansbrough vs. North Florida11-14-2009 1.000 (5-5) Jonathon Peoples vs. Providence12-30-2009 .857 (6-7) Ryan Hoover vs. Valparaiso 11-28-1993 .857 (6-7) Chris Thomas vs. Cornell 11-19-2001 .857 (6-7) Kyle McAlarney vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 .833 (5-6) Pete Miller vs. TCU^ 3-18-1997 .833 (5-6) David Graves @ Vanderbilt 12-4-1999 .833 (5-6) Matt Carroll vs. Loyola Chicago 11-22-2000 .833 (5-6) Chris Thomas @ Miami (OH) 12-8-2001 .833 (5-6) Ryan Ayers @ Louisville 2-28-2008 .833 (5-6) Kyle McAlarney @ Louisville 1-12-2009 *Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii ^NIT Second Round, Joyce Center

Free Throws Made Made Att Name Game Date 23 26 Kelly Tripucka vs. Dayton 2-3-1979 19 22 Jack Stephens vs. Northwestern12-8-1954 18 22 Adrian Dantley vs. Holy Cross 1-20-1975 17 19 Adrian Dantley vs. Air Force 2-10-1975 17 19 Austin Carr vs. Detroit 1-14-1970 16 21 Adrian Dantley vs. West Virginia 12-14-1975 16 21 Adrian Dantley vs. St. Joseph’s (IN) 2-17-1975 16 19 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 16 18 David Rivers @ BYU (OT) 1-13-1986 16 16 LaPhonso Ellis vs. St. John’s 2-29-1992 16 16 Donald Royal vs. DePaul 2-25-1986 Free Throws Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 26 23 Kelly Tripucka vs. Dayton 2-3-1979 22 19 Jack Stephens vs. Northwestern12-8-1954 22 18 Adrian Dantley vs. Holy Cross 1-20-1975 21 16 Adrian Dantley vs. West Virginia 12-14-1976 21 16 Adrian Dantley vs. St. Joseph’s (IN) 2-17-1975 21 15 Adrian Dantley vs. Kansas* 3-15-1975 19 17 Adrian Dantley vs. Air Force 2-10-1975 19 17 Austin Carr vs. Detroit Mercy1-14-1970 19 16 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 19 15 Pat Garrity vs. Georgetown 2-25-1998 19 15 Adrian Dantley vs. Valparaiso 5-2-1975 19 15 Tom Hawkins vs. Valparaiso 3-2-1959 19 14 Adrian Dantley vs. Cincinnati^ 3-22-1975

1.000 (11-11) 1.000 (11-11) 1.000 (11-11) 1.000 (11-11) 1.000 (11-11) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10)

Monty Williams vs. Hofstra 2-11-1994 Keith Robinson @ Boston College 1-9-1990 Kelly Tripucka @ UCLA 12-9-1978 Adrian Dantley @ South Carolina 2-16-1974 Bob Arnzen vs. Lewis College12-9-1967 Luke Harangody vs. Liberty 11-22-2009 Chris Quinn vs. Florida Int. 12-10-2005 Matt Carroll @ Kentucky 1-18-2003 Ryan Humphrey vs. Charlotte# 3-14-2002 Chris Thomas @ Miami (FL) 2-23-2002 Pat Garrity vs. Rutgers 1-11-1998 Pat Garrity @ Pittsburgh 1-13-1996 Ryan Hoover @ Georgia 2-6-1994 Jamere Jackson vs. Marquette 2-2-1989 Don Williams vs. Davidson 2-7-1976 Adrian Dantley @ Pittsburgh 1-13-1975 John Smyth vs. Loyola Chicago%2-9-1957 Lloyd Aubrey vs. Marquette 2-20-1956

*Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii #NCAA First Round, BI-LO Center, Greenville, S.C. %Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Ill.

Assists Assists Name Game Date 15 Tory Jackson vs. Syracuse 1-18-2010 14 Tim Singleton @ Dayton 2-21-1989 13 Chris Thomas vs. Virgina Tech 2-22-2003 13 Chris Thomas vs. Canisius 12-22-2002 13 Chris Thomas vs. Hawaii Pacific*11-23-2002 13 Martin Ingelsby vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 13 Ryan Hoover vs. Lousiville 2-26-1994 13 Admore White vs. Michigan^ 3-20-1997 13 Elmer Bennett vs. Manhattan^ 3-25-1992 12 Kyle McAlarney vs. Lafayette 11-14-2006 12 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 3-2-2005 12 Chris Thomas @ Miami (FL) 2-23-2002 12 Chris Thomas vs. West Virginia 2-20-2002 12 Jimmy Dillon vs. Siena# 11-18-1999 12 Martin Ingelsby @ Indiana 12-3-1997 12 Tim Singleton vs. Dayton 1-30-1990 12 Tim Singleton @ Fordham 2-8-1989 *Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii ^NIT Quarterfinals, Joyce Center #Preseason NIT Second Round, Joyce Center

*NCAA First Round, Mabee Center, Tulsa, Okla. ^NCAA Third Round, Pan American Center Las Cruces, N.M.

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 Att.) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (16-16) LaPhonso Ellis vs. St. John’s 2-29-1992 1.000 (16-16) Donald Royal vs. DePaul 2-25-1986 1.000 (15-15) Bob Arnzen vs. NYU* 2-23-1967 1.000 (12-12) Tim Abromaitis vs. Seton Hall 2-11-2010 1.000 (12-12) Chris Thomas vs. UT-Chatt.^ 11-24-2001 -3-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Rebounds Rebounds Name Game Date 30 Bob Whitmore vs. St. Norbert’s12-14-1967 25 Collis Jones vs. W. Michigan 3-4-1971 24 Bob Whitmore vs. Detroit 12-7-1966 24 Collis Jones vs. St. Peter’s 2-4-1970 24 LaPhonso Ellis @ Creighton 1-3-1990 23 Bob Arnzen @ King’s College 1-11-1967 23 Collis Jones vs. Butler 2-8-1971 22 Bob Arnzen vs. Illinois^ 1-28-1967 22 Bob Whitmore @ NYU* 2-23-1967 22 Collis Jones vs. Houston# 3-20-1971 22 Luke Harangody vs. Washington St.! 3-22-2008 * Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Ill. #NCAA Consolation Game, Koch Arena Wichita, Kan. !NCAA Second Round, Pepsi Center, Denver, Co.

Steals Steals Name Game Date 11 Chris Thomas vs. New Hampshire 11-16-2001 1-22-1985 7 Donald Royal vs. St. Joseph’s (IN)1 6 Russell Carter @ IPFW 12-18-2005 6 Chris Quinn vs. Northern Illinois 11-24-2003 6 Chris Quinn vs. Harvard 11-19-2004 6 Admore White @ Syracuse 1-18-1997 6 Joe Frederick @ UCLA 2-14-1988 5 24 Players Tied Blocks Blocks Name Game Date 11 Jordan Cornette vs. Belmont^ 11-17-2002 8 Jordan Cornette vs. IUPUI# 11-18-2002 8 Torin Francis @ Texas 12-7-2002 8 Jordan Cornette vs. Rutgers 1-14-2002 8 LaPhonso Ellis vs. Kansas State$ 3-23-1992 7 Ryan Humphrey @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 2-25-1992 7 LaPhonso Ellis @ Dayton 6 Jordan Cornette @ West Virginia 1-19-20005 6 Ryan Humphrey @ Duke% 3-16-2002 6 Ryan Humphrey vs. St. John’s* 3-7-2002 6 Ryan Humphrey @ Miami (OH) 12-8-2001 6 Ryan Humphrey @ Indiana 12-4-2001 6 Ryan Humphrey vs. Boston College 2-21-2001 6 Ryan Humphrey @ Vanderbilt 12-2-2000 6 Troy Murphy vs. Cincinnati 11-24-2000 6 LaPhonso Ellis vs. Butler 11-26-1991 *Big East Championship First Round, Madison Square Garden ^Guardians Classic, First Round, Joyce Center #Guardians Classic, Second Round, Joyce Center $NIT Second Round, Joyce Center % NCAA Second Round, BI-LO Center, Greenville, S.C.

Turnovers TO Name Game Date 12 Admore White @ LaSalle 1-8-1994 11 Kelly Tripucka @ DePaul 3-8-1981 10 Chris Thomas @ Georgetown 3-8-2003 10 David Rivers @ UCLA 1-24-1987 10 Adrian Dantley vs. Xavier 1-17-1976 -4-

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Chris Thomas Jimmy Dillon John Paxson Jackie Meehan James McGann 15 Players Tied

@ Kentucky @ Syracuse vs. Fairfield vs. Drake @ Bradley

_____ 1-18-2003 2-17-1999 12-9-1982 3-18-1971 2-19-1966

The modern era of college basketball begins in 1937-38, when there was no longer a jump ball after a score. Rebounds became an official statistic in the 1950-51 season. Freshman became eligible in 1972. The three-point line was added for the 1986-87 season. Assists became an official statistic in the 1983-84 season. Steals became an official statistic in the 1985-86 season. Blocks became an official statistic in the 1985-86 season.

Single Game (Mike Brey Era) Points Points Name Game Date 40 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 2-28-2008 39 Kyle McAlarney vs. North Carolina* 11-26-2008 39 Chris Thomas vs. Saint Louis^ 3-22-2004 37 Luke Harangody vs. Cincinnati 2-4-2010 37 Chris Quinn @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 37 Troy Murphy vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 36 Luke Harangody @ USF 1-5-2010 36 Matt Carroll vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 35 Ryan Ayers vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 34 Chris Quinn at Seton Hall 2-28-2006 34 Troy Murphy vs. St. John’s 2-5-2001 34 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 *Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i ^National Invitation Tournament 2nd Round, Memorial Coliseum, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

Field Goals Made Made Att Name Game Date 16 28 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 2-28-2008 15 25 Luke Harangody vs. CIncinnati 2-4-2010 14 27 Luke Harangody @ Connecticut 1-2-2010 14 21 Luke Harangody vs. Louisville 2-12-2009 13 28 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 1-12-2009 13 24 Luke Harangody @ Connecticut 2-13-2008 13 23 Chris Quinn @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 13 22 Luke Harangody vs. St. John’s 3-6-2009 13 21 Ryan Humphrey @ Syracuse 1-14-2002 13 19 Kyle McAlarney vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 13 18 Troy Murphy vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 12 26 Kyle McAlarney vs. North Carolina%11-26-2008 12 24 Luke Harangody @ St. John’s 1-3-2009 12 22 Luke Harangody vs. Marquette 1-26-2009 12 21 Luke Harangody vs. USC Upstate11-16-2008 12 20 Chris Thomas vs. Saint Louis^ 3-22-2004 12 20 Ryan Ayers vs. South Dakota12-2-2008 12 18 Chris Thomas vs. Marquette 12-2-2002 12 17 Luke Harangody vs. Youngstown St.11-24-2007 12 15 Troy Murphy vs. St. John’s 2-5-2001

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12 15 Ryan Humphrey vs. Hawaii-Pacific*11-23-2001 12 15 Ryan Humphrey vs. Army 11-28-2001 * Hawaii Thanksgiving Classic, Blaisdell Center, Honolulu,Hawaii ^ NIT Second Round, Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, Ind. %Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

Field Goals Attempted Att. Made Name Game Date 28 16 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 2-28-2008 28 13 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 1-12-2009 28 9 Luke Harangody @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 27 14 Luke Harangody @ Connecticut 1-2-2010 26 8 Luke Harangody @ Rutgers 1-30-2010 26 13 Luke Harangody vs. Syracuse 1-18-2010 26 12 Kyle McAlarney vs. North Carolina* 11-26-2008 26 10 Troy Murphy vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2001 25 11 Luke Harangody @ Pittsburgh 1-31-2009 25 10 Luke Harangody vs. Ohio State% 12-6-2008 25 9 Troy Murphy @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 25 7 Chris Thomas vs. Oregon# 3-25-2004 25 7 Luke Harangody vs. Rutgers 2-25-2009 #NIT Quarterfinals, Joyce Center, Notre Dame, Ind. %The Hartford Hall of Fame Showcase, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind. *Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

3-Point Field Goals Made Made Att Name Game Date 10 18 Kyle McAlarney vs. North Carolina!12-26-2008 9 17 Kyle McAlarney vs. Furman 11-30-2008 9 14 Ryan Ayers vs. South Dakota12-2-2008 9 11 Kyle McAlarney vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008 8 16 Matt Carroll vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 8 15 Colin Falls @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 8 14 Colin Falls vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 7 17 Colin Falls vs. Syracuse* 3-8-2007 7 14 Colin Falls @ Alabama 12-7-2005 7 14 Kyle McAlarney @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 7 13 Chris Thomas @ Pittsburgh 1-12-2004 13 Kyle McAlarney vs. South Dakota12-2-2008 7 7 12 Colin Falls vs. Boston College2-8-2005 7 11 Russell Carter vs. Stony Brook12-30-2006 11 Ryan Ayers @ Providence 2-21-2009 7 7 10 Kyle McAlarney vs. Colgate 11-26-2007 7 10 Ryan Ayers vs. Villanova 3-2-2009 7 9 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 7 9 Kyle McAlarney vs. Rider 12-28-2006

3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 18 10 Kyle McAlarney vs. North Carolina% 11-26-2008 17 9 Kyle McAlarney vs. Furman 11-30-2008 17 7 Colin Falls vs. Syracuse^ 3-8-2007 16 8 Matt Carroll vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 15 8 Colin Falls @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 14 9 Ryan Ayers vs. South Dakota12-2-2008 14 8 Colin Falls vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 14 7 Colin Falls @ Alabama 12-7-2005 14 7 Kyle McAlarney @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 14 6 Colin Falls @ Marquette 1-20-2006 14 5 Colin Falls @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 14 4 Chris Thomas vs. Oregon* 3-25-2004 14 3 Chris Thomas @ Marquette 12-1-2003 * NIT Quarterfinal, Joyce Center, Notre Dame, Ind. ^ BIG EAST First Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. %Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

Free Throws Made Made Att Name Game Date 16 19 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 14 16 Chris Thomas (2 OT)vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 14 16 Luke Harangody vs. Seton Hall 1-10-2009 14 14 Chris Quinn @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 13 18 Troy Murphy vs. Boston College 2-21-2001 13 15 Luke Harangody vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 13 14 Luke Harangody vs. Savannah St.12-22-2008 12 14 Troy Murphy vs. Sacred Heart 11-18-2000 12 12 Tim Abromaitis @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 12 13 Colin Falls vs. Alabama 12-7-2006 12 12 Chris Thomas vs. UT.-Chatt.* 11-24-2001 12 13 Matt Carroll vs. DePaul 12-14-2002 12 13 Rob Kurz vs. Lehigh 11-27-2006 * Hawaii Thanksgiving Classic, Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

Free Throws Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 19 16 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 vs. Boston College 2-21-2001 18 13 Troy Murphy 17 11 Torin Francis @ Syracuse 2-15-2003 16 14 Chris Thomas (2 OT)vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 16 14 Luke Harangody vs. Seton Hall 1-10-2009 15 13 Luke Harangody vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 15 6 Ryan Humphrey vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 14 14 Tied (Most recently Luke Harangody vs. Providence 12-30-2009)

* BIG EAST First Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY !Maui Invitational Second Round, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Assists Assists Name Game Date 15 Tory Jackson vs. Syracuse 1-18-2010 13 Martin Ingelsby vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 13 Chris Thomas vs. Hawaii-Pacific^ 11-23-2001 13 Chris Thomas vs. Canisius 12-22-2002 13 Chris Thomas vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 12 Chris Thomas vs. West Virginia 2-20-2002 12 Chris Thomas @ Miami (FL) 2-23-2002 12 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 3-2-2005 12 Kyle McAlarney vs. Lafayette 11-14-2006 11 Martin Ingelsby vs. Loyola (Chicago) 11-22-2000 11 Martin Ingelsby vs. Canisius 12-19-2000 11 Chris Thomas vs. New Hampshire 11-16-2001 11 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 11 Chris Thomas vs. St. John’s* 3-7-2002 11 Chris Thomas vs. IUPUI 11-18-2002 11 Chris Thomas vs. Quinnipiac 12-23-2003 11 Chris Thomas vs. IPFW 11-23-2004 11 Tory Jackson @ South Florida 2-3-2007 11 Tory Jackson vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 * BIG EAST First Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^ Hawaii Thanksgiving Classic, Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawai’i

Rebounds Rebs. Name Game Date 22 Luke Harangody vs. Washington St.! 3-22-2008 20 Troy Murphy @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 20 Torin Francis vs. Bucknell 11-22-2002 19 Ryan Humphrey @ Rutgers 2-14-2002 19 Torin Francis vs. Northern Illinois 11-24-2003 17 Luke Harangody vs. Louisville 2-12-2009 17 Luke Harangody vs. Marquette 1-26-2009 17 Luke Harangody @ Loyola Marymount 11-21-2008 16 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 16 Troy Murphy vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2001 16 Ryan Humphrey vs. DePaul^ 12-1-2001 16 Ryan Humphrey vs. Connecticut* 3-8-2002 16 Torin Francis @ Virginia Tech 1-20-2004 16 Luke Harangody vs. West Virginia 1-3-2008 16 Luke Harangody @ Connecticut 2-13-2008 16 Luke Harangody @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 16 Luke Harangody vs. Seton Hall 1-10-2009 16 Luke Harangody @ DePaul 12-31-2008 16 Luke Harangody vs. Ohio State% 12-6-2008 * BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^ Dell Classic 4 Kids, United Center, Chicago, Ill. ! NCAA Second Round, Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo. %The Hartford Hall of Fame Showcase, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.

Steals Steals Name Game Date 11 Chris Thomas vs. New Hampshire 11-16-2001 7 David Graves vs. New Hampshire 11-16-2001 6 Chris Quinn vs. Northern Illinois 11-24-2003 6 Chris Quinn vs. Harvard 11-19-2004 6 Russell Carter @ IPFW 12-18-2005 5 Tory Jackson @ Georgetown 2-27-2010 -6-

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Harold Swanaganvs. Cornell Chris Thomas vs. DePaul* Chris Thomas vs. Creighton^ Chris Quinn vs. Albany Chris Thomas @ Connecticut Chris Thomas vs. Connecticut# Chris Thomas vs. Army Jordan Cornette @ Seton Hall Chris Quinn vs. Lafayette Tory Jackson vs. Winston-Salem Tory Jackson @ Maryland Russell Carter vs. Alabama Ryan Ayers vs. Winthrop% Tory Jackson vs. Louisville Zach Hillesland vs. South Dakota Luke Harangody vs. Indiana!

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* Dell Classic 4 Kids, United Center, Chicago, Ill. ^ Guardians Classic, Kemper Arena, Kansas City, Mo. # BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. %NCAA First Round, Spokane Arena, Spokane, Wash.

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Turnovers TO Name Game Date 10 Chris Thomas @ Georgetown 3-8-2003 9 Chris Thomas @ Kentucky 1-18-2003 8 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 8 Chris Thomas vs. Valparaiso 1-5-2003 7 Chris Thomas vs. Pittsburgh 1-30-2002 7 Ryan Humphrey vs. Connecticut* 3-8-2002 7 Chris Thomas vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 7 Chris Thomas vs. Arizona^ 3-27-2003 7 Chris Thomas vs. Holy Cross# 3-15-2005 7 Chris Quinn vs. Michigan% 3-20-2006 7 Rob Kurz vs. Stony Brook 12-30-2006 7 Tory Jackson vs. Kansas State@ 12-4-2007 7 Tory Jackson @ Louisville 1-12-2009 @Jimm V Classic at Madison Square Garden, N.Y. * BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^ NCAA Sweet 16, Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, Calif. # NIT First Round, Joyce Center, Notre Dame, Ind. % NIT Second Round, Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, Mich.

!Maui Invitational First Round, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

Blocks Blocks Name Game Date 11 Jordan Cornette vs. Belmont# 11-17-2002 8 Jordan Cornette vs. IUPUI# 11-18-2002 8 Torin Francis vs. Texas% 12-8-2002 8 Jordan Cornette vs. Rutgers 1-14-2003 7 Ryan Humphrey @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 6 Ryan Humphrey @ Vanderbilt 12-2-2000 6 Troy Murphy @ Cincinnati 11-24-2000 6 Ryan Humphrey vs. Boston College 2-21-2001 6 Ryan Humphrey @ Indiana 12-4-2001 6 Ryan Humphrey @ Miami (OH) 12-8-2001 6 Ryan Humphrey vs. St. John’s* 3-7-2002 6 Ryan Humphrey vs. Duke^ 3-16-2002 6 Jordan Cornette @ West Virginia 1-19-2005 * BIG EAST First Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^ NCAA Second Round, BI-LO Center, Greenville, S.C. # Guardians Classic, Joyce Center, Notre Dame, Ind. % BB&T Championship, MCI Center, Washington, D.C.

Career (BIG EAST) Total Points 1. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 1,036 2. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 1,107 3. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 1,099 4. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 999 5. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 920 6. David Graves 1998-2002 819 7. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 815 8. Colin Falls 2003-2007 799 9. Tory Jackson 2006-2010 742 10. Kyle McAlarney 2005-2009 639 Points Per Game 1. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 2. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 3. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 4. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 5. Tim Abromaitis 2007-2010 6. Ryan Humphrey 2001-2002 7. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 8. Ryan Hoover 1995-1996 9. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 10. Colin Falls 2003-2007

21.3 20.5 20.5 17.2 15.8 15.2 14.6 14.6 12.7 12.4

Field Goals Made 1. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 2. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 3. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 4. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 5. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 6. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 7. David Graves 1998-2002 8. Tory Jackson 2006-2010 9. Colin Falls 2003-2007 10. Kyle McAlarney 2005-2009 10. Torin Francis 2002-2006

503 388 347 338 300 275 275 242 236 215 215

Field Goals Attempted 1. Luke Harangody 2006-2009 2. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 3. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 4. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 5. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 6. David Graves 1998-2002 7. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 8. Tory Jackson 2006-2010 9. Colin Falls 2003-2007 10. Kyle McAlarney 2005-2009

1085 945 834 706 702 655 599 594 566 518

Field-Goal Percentage (Min. 300 Attempted) 1. Phil Hickey 1995-1999 2. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 3. Luke Harangody 2006-2009 4. Ryan Humphrey 2000-2002 5. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 6. Luke Harangody 2006-2009 7. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 8. Torin Francis 2002-2006 9. Derek Manner 1995-1998 10. Russell Carter 2003-2007

.488 .481 .470 .466 .464 .464 .459 .456 .432 .440

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Colin Falls 2003-2007 2. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 3. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 4. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 5. Kyle McAlarney 2005-2009 6. David Graves 1998-2002 7. Ryan Ayers 2005-2009 8. Martin Ingelsby 1997-2001 9. Russell Carter 2003-2007 10. Pat Garrity 1995-1998

189 159 149 141 140 120 90 83 67 60

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Colin Falls 2003-2007 2. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 3. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 4. Kyle McAlarney 2005-2009 5. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 6. David Graves 1998-2002 7. Antoni Wyche 1995-1999 8. Martin Ingelsby 1997-2001 9. Ryan Ayers 2005-2009 10. Pat Garrity 1995-1998

466 458 406 332 323 313 211 204 200 173

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 75 Attempted) 1. Ryan Ayers 2005-2009 .450 2. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 .436 3. Kyle McAlarney 2005-2009 .422 4. Tim Abromaitis 2007-2010 .413 4. Martin Ingelsby 1997-2001 .407 5. Colin Falls 2003-2007 .405 6. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 .392 7. Russell Carter 2003-2007 .391 8. Rob Kurz 2004-2008 .384 9. David Graves 1998-2002 .383 10. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 .347 Rebounds 1. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 662 2. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 465 3. Torin Francis 2002-2006 447 4. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 436 5. Phil Hickey 1995-1999 358 6. David Graves 1998-2002 323 7. Rob Kurz 2004-2008 313 Ryan Humphrey 2000-2002 313 9. Jordan Cornette 2001-2005 302 10. Harold Swanagan 1998-2002 294 Rebounds Per Game 1. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 2. Ryan Humphrey 2000-2002 3. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 4. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 5. Torin Francis 2002-2006 6. Rob Kurz 2004-2008 7. Phil Hickey 1995-1999 8. Derek Manner 1995-1998 9. Dan Miller 2002-2003 10. David Graves 1998-2002

10.2 10.1 9.9 8.1 7.7 5.9 5.4 5.3 5.0 4.9

6 Assists 1. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 413 2. Tory Jackson 2006-2010 392 3. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 237 4. Martin Ingelsby 1997-2001 222 5. Jimmy Dillon 1996-2000 202 6. Kyle McAlarney 2005-2009 185 7. David Graves 1998-2002 161 Admore White 1995-1997 161 9. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 143 10. Zach Hillesland 2005-2009 127 Assists Per Game 1. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 2. Tory Jackson 2006-2009 3. Admore White 1995-1997 4. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 5. Kyle McAlarney 2005-2009 6. Martin Ingelsby 1997-2001 7. Jimmy Dillon 1996-2000 8. Dan Miller 2002-2003 -8-

6.5 5.6 4.6 3.7 3.6 3.3 2.9 2.4

David Graves 10. Zach Hillesland Matt Carroll Pat Garrity

1998-2002 2005-2009 1999-2003 1995-1998

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Blocked Shots 1. Jordan Cornette 2001-2005 95 2. Ryan Humphrey 2000-2002 77 3. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 68 4. Torin Francis 2002-2006 64 5. Rob Kurz 2004-2008 58 6. Luke Harangody 2006-2009 44 Phil Hickey 1995-1999 44 8. Matt Gotsch 1995-1997 42 9. Ryan Ayers 2005-2009 28 10. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 27 Blocked Shots Per Game 1. Ryan Humphrey 2000-2002 2. Jordan Cornette 2001-2005 3. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 4. Matt Gotsch 1995-1997 5. Torin Francis 2002-2006 6. Rob Kurz 2004-2008 7. Luke Harangody 2006-2009 8. Phil Hickey 1995-1999 8. Carleton Scott 2007-2010 10. Pat Garrity 1995-1999 Marcus Young 1995-1997 Ryan Ayers 2005-2009

2.5 1.5 1.4 1.2 1.1 1.1 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.5 0.5 0.5

Steals 1. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 109 2. Tory Jackson 2006-2009 105 3. David Graves 1998-2002 90 4. Martin Ingelsby 1997-2001 82 5. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 74 6. Jimmy Dillon 1996-2000 69 7. Antoni Wyche 1995-1999 67 8. Jordan Cornette 2001-2005 59 Troy Murphy 1998-2001 59 10. Derek Manner 1995-1998 57 Steals Per Game 1. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 1.7 2. Tory Jackson 2006-2010 1.5 3. David Graves 1998-2002 1.4 4. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 1.3 Admore White 1995-1997 1.3 6. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 1.2 Martin Ingelsby 1997-2001 1.2 Ryan Hoover 1995-1996 1.2 9. Derek Manner 1995-1998 1.1 10. Ryan Humphrey 2000-2002 1.0 Jimmy Dillon 1996-2000 1.0 Antoni Wyche 1995-1999 1.0

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Free Throws Made 1. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 2. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 3. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 4. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 5. Torin Francis 2002-2006 6. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 7. Rob Kurz 2004-2008 8. David Graves 1998-2002 9. Colin Falls 2003-2007 10. Chris Quinn 2002-2006

299 295 271 256 166 161 153 149 140 124

Free Throws Attempted 1. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 1. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 2. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 4. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 5. Torin Francis 2002-2006 6. Ryan Ayers 2005-2009 7. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 8. Rob Kurz 2004-2008 9. Ryan Humphrey 2000-2002 10. David Graves 1998-2002

389 382 369 299 261 200 195 193 188 185

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 150 Attempted) 1. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 2. Colin Falls 2003-2007 3. Matt Carroll 1999-2003 4. David Graves 1998-2002 5. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 6. Rob Kurz 2004-2008 8. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 7. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 9.Antoni Wyche 1995-1999 10. Pat Garrity 1995-1998

.856 .833 .826 .805 .800 .793 .772 .769 .750 .734

Games Played 1. Tory Jackson 2006-2010 70 1. Antoni Wyche 1995-1999 70 2. Jimmy Dillon 1996-2000 69 3. Martin Ingelsby 1997-2001 67 4. David Graves 1998-2002 66 Phil Hickey 1995-1999 66 Luke Zeller 2005-2009 66 7. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 65 7. Chris Quinn 2002-2006 64 Colin Falls 2003-2007 64 Chris Quinn 2001-2005 64 Harold Swanagan 1998-2002 64 Chris Thomas 2001-2005 64 Games Started 1. Tory Jackson 2006-2010 69 2. Chris Thomas 2001-2005 64 3. Luke Harangody 2006-2010 61 Matt Carroll 1999-2003 61 5. Torin Francis 2002-2006 58 6. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 54

7. Colin Falls 8. Martin Ingelsby Derek Manner 10. Troy Murphy

2003-2007 1997-2001 1995-1998 1998-2001

50 49 49 47

Personal Fouls 1. Tory Jackson 2006-2009 186 2. Luke Harangody 2006-2009 174 3. Harold Swanagan 1998-2002 172 4. Pat Garrity 1995-1998 159 5. Phil Hickey 1995-1999 158 6. Jordan Cornette 2001-2005 157 7. Antoni Wyche 1995-1999 149 8. David Graves 1998-2002 146 9. Troy Murphy 1998-2001 139 10. Colin Falls 2003-2007 137

Season (BIG EAST) Points 1. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 2. Pat Garrity 1997-1998 3. Luke Harangody 2007-2008 4. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 5. Pat Garrity 1996-1997 6. Matt Carroll 2002-2003 7. Troy Murphy 1999-2000 8. Chris Quinn 2005-2006 9. Tim Abromaitis 2009-2010 10. Chris Thomas 2003-2004

454 433 419 364 362 351 347 330 327 318

Points Per Game 1. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 25.2 2. Pat Garrity 1997-1998 24.1 3. Luke Harangody 2007-2008 23.3 4. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 22.8 5. Luke Harangody 2009-2010 22.5 6. Matt Carroll 2002-2003 21.9 7. Troy Murphy 1999-2000 21.7 8. Chris Quinn 2005-2006 20.6 9. Pat Garrity 1996-1997 20.1 10. Chris Thomas 2003-2004 19.9 Field Goals Made 1. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 2. Luke Harangody 2007-2008 3. Pat Garrity 1997-1998 4. Pat Garrity 1996-1997 5. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 6. Pat Garrity 1995-1996 7. Troy Murphy 1999-2000 8. Chris Quinn 2005-2006 9. Ryan Humphrey 2001-2002 10. Luke Harangody 2009-2010

176 155 144 126 124 118 114 113 112 110

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Field Goals Attempted 1. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 2. Luke Harangody 2007-2008 3. Pat Garrity 1997-1998 4. Chris Thomas 2003-2004 5. Pat Garrity 1996-1997 6. Pat Garrity 1995-1996 7. Chris Thomas 2002-2003 8. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 9. Matt Carroll 2002-2003 10. Troy Murphy 1999-2000

377 311 298 281 271 265 262 254 252 249

.455 .443 .429 .427 .426

Assists 1. Chris Thomas 2001-2002 130 2. Chris Thomas 2002-2003 108 3. Tory Jackson 2007-2008 107 4. Chris Thomas 2004-2005 102 5. Chris Quinn 2005-2006 101 6. Martin Ingelsby 2000-2001 99 7. Tory Jackson 2006-2007 96 8. Jimmy Dillon 1999-2000 95 9. Martin Ingelsby 1997-1998 91 10. Tory Jackson 2008-2009 88

Field-Goal Percentage (Min. 150 Attempted) 1. Troy Murphy 1998-1999 2. Luke Harangody 2007-2008 3. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 Phil Hickey 1997-1998 5. Pat Garrity 1997-1998 6. Chris Quinn 2005-2006 7. Ryan Humphrey 2001-2002 8. Matt Carroll 2001-2002 9. Tim Abromaitis 2009-2010 10. Luke Harangody 2008-2009

.503 .498 .488 .488 .483 .475 .471 .470 .470 .467

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Kyle McAlarney 2007-2008 2. Colin Falls 2004-2005 3. Colin Falls 2005-2006 4. Matt Carroll 2002-2003 5. Kyle McAlanrey 2008-2009 6. Colin Falls 2006-2007 7. Chris Quinn 2005-2006 8. Chris Thomas 2003-2004 9. Ryan Ayers 2008-2009 Ryan Hoover 1995-1996

62 61 58 57 56 54 50 49 48 48

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Colin Falls 2004-2005 147 2. Colin Falls 2005-2006 146 3. Kyle McAlarney 2008-2009 143 4. Ryan Hoover 1995-1996 142 5. Chris Thomas 2003-2004 136 6. Kyle McAlarney 2007-2008 134 7. Matt Carroll 2002-2003 134 8. Colin Falls 2006-2007 134 9. Ryan Ayers 2008-2009 112 10. Chris Thomas 2002-2003 110 11. Chris Quinn 2005-2006 110 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 50 Attempted) 1. Chris Quinn 2004-2005 .518 1997-1998 .492 2. Keith Friel 3. Martin Ingelsby 2000-2001 .464 4. Kyle McAlarney 2007-2008 .463 5. David Graves 1998-1999 .460

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6. Chris Quinn 7. Russell Carter 8. Ryan Ayers 9. David Graves 10. Ryan Ayers

2005-2006 2005-2006 2008-2009 1999-2000 2007-2008

Rebounds 1. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 231 2. Luke Harangody 2007-2008 203 3. Ryan Humphrey 2001-2002 181 4. Troy Murphy 1999-2000 165 5. Pat Garrity 1997-1998 162 6. Torin Francis 2005-2006 154 Troy Murphy 1998-1999 154 8. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 146 Phil Hickey 1997-1998 146 10. Pat Garrity 1996-1997 142 Rebounds Per Game 1. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 2. Ryan Humphrey 2001-2002 Luke Harangody 2007-2008 4. Troy Murphy 1998-1999 Troy Murphy 1999-2000 6. Torin Francis 2005-2006 7. Luke Harangody 2009-2010 8. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 9. Pat Garrity 1997-1998

12.8 11.3 11.3 10.3 10.3 9.6 9.4 9.1 9.0

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Assist Average 1. Chris Thomas 2001-2002 8.1 2. Chris Thomas 2002-2003 6.8 3. Admore White 1996-1997 6.5 4. Chris Thomas 2004-2005 6.4 5. Chris Quinn 2005-2006 6.3 6. Martin Ingelsby 2000-2001 6.2 2006-2007 6.0 7. Tory Jackson 8. Tory Jackson 2007-2008 5.9 Jimmy Dillon 1999-2000 5.9 10. Tory Jackson 2009-2010 5.6 Blocked Shots 2000-2001 46 1. Ryan Humphrey 2. Ryan Humphrey 2001-2002 31 Jordan Cornette 2002-2003 31 Jordan Cornette 2004-2005 31 5. Matt Gotsch 1996-1997 29 6. Troy Murphy 1998-1999 27 7. Jordan Cornette 2003-2004 26 8. Rob Kurz 2007-2008 24 9. Rob Kurz 2006-2007 23 2002-2003 23 Torin Francis Blocked Shots Average 1. Ryan Humphrey 2000-2001 2. Ryan Humphrey 2001-2002 Jordan Cornette 2002-2003 Jordan Cornette 2004-2005 5. Troy Murphy 1998-1999 6. Jordan Cornette 2003-2004 Matt Gotsch 1996-1997 8. Rob Kurz 2006-2007 9. Torin Francis 2002-2003 Troy Murphy 2000-2001

Pat Garrity Forward, 1994-98

3.1 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.8 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.4

Steals 1. Tory Jackson 2007-2008 35 2. Admore White 1996-1997 33 3. Chris Thomas 2001-2002 32 4. Chris Thomas 2002-2003 30 5. Tory Jackson 2006-2007 28 David Graves 1999-2000 28 Jimmy Dillon 1999-2000 28 Tory Jackson 2009-2010 28 9. Chris Quinn 2003-2004 26 Martin Ingelsby 1997-1998 26 Martin Ingelsby 2000-2001 26 Steals Average 1. Chris Thomas 2001-2002 2.0 2. Tory Jackson 2007-2008 1.9 Chris Thomas 2002-2003 1.9 4. Tory Jackson 2006-2007 1.8 David Graves 1999-2000 1.8 Jimmy Dillon 1999-2000 1.8 1996-1997 1.8 Admore White 8. Chris Quinn 2003-2004 1.6 Chris Thomas 2004-2005 1.6 Martin Ingelsby 2000-2001 1.6 Free Throws Made 1. Pat Garrity 1997-1998 2. Troy Murphy 1999-2000 3. Luke Harangody 2007-2008 4. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 5. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 6. Pat Garrity 1996-1997 7. Troy Murphy 1998-1999 8. Matt Carroll 2002-2003 9. Tim Abromaitis 2009-2010 10 Chris Thomas 2002-2003

120 108 106 102 94 87 85 82 78 73

Free Throws Attempted 1. Pat Garrity 1997-1998 2. Luke Harangody 2007-2008 3. Troy Murphy 1999-2000 4. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 5. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 6. Pat Garrity 1996-1997 7. Troy Murphy 1998-1999 8. Ryan Humphrey 2001-2002 9. Matt Caroll 2002-2003 10. Pat Garrity 1995-1996

161 138 136 134 119 114 112 110 96 94

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 75 Attempted) 1. Chris Thomas 2001-2002 2. Tim Abromaitis 2009-2010 2002-2003 3. Matt Carroll 4. Chris Thomas 2002-2003 5. Troy Murphy 1999-2000 6. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 7. Luke Harangody 2007-2008 8. Pat Garrity 1996-1997 9. Troy Murphy 2000-2001 10. Troy Murphy 1998-1999

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Games Played 1. Tim Abromaitis 2009-2010 18 Ben Hansbrough 2009-2010 18 Tory Jackson 2009-2010 18 Tyrone Nash 2009-2010 18 Ryan Ayers 2007-2008 18 Ryan Ayers 2008-2009 18 Zach Hillesland 2007-2008 18 Kyle McAlarney 2007-2008 18 Kyle McAlarney 2008-2009 18 Luke Zeller 2007-2008 18 Luke Zeller 2008-2009 18 Luke Harangody 2007-2008 18 Luke Harangody 2008-2009 18 Tory Jackson 2007-2008 18 Tory Jackson 2008-2009 18 Jonathan Peoples 2007-2008 18 Jonathan Peoples 2008-2009 18 Rob Kurz 2007-2008 18 David Graves 1998-1999 18 Harold Swanagan 1998-1999 18 Martin Ingelsby 1997-1998 18 Hans Rasmussen 1997-1998 18 Jimmy Dillon 1996-1997 18 Jimmy Dillon 1997-1998 18 Skylard Owens 1998-1999 18 Phil Hickey 1997-1998 18 Phil Hickey 1998-1999 18 Paul Rainey 1998-1999 18 Antoni Wyche 1995-1996 18 Antoni Wyche 1997-1998 18 Anotni Wyche 1998-1999 18 Pat Garrity 1995-1996 18 Pat Garrity 1996-1997 18 Pat Garrity 1997-1998 18 Derek Manner 1996-1997 18 Derek Manner 1997-1998 18 Matt Gotsch 1996-1997 18 Pete Miller 1996-1997 18 Admore White 1996-1997 18 Marcus Young 1996-1997 18 Ryan Hoover 1995-1996 18 Games Started 1. Ben Hansbrough 2009-2010 18 Tory Jackson 2009-2010 18 Tyrone Nash 2009-2010 18 Kyle McAlarney 2008-2009 18 Kyle McAlarney 2007-2008 18 Luke Harangody 2008-2009 18 Luke Harangody 2007-2008 18 Tory Jackson 2007-2008 18 Rob Kurz 2007-2008 18 Martin Ingelsby 1997-1998 18 Phil Hickey 1998-1999 18 Antoni Wyche 1998-1999 18 Pat Garrity 1995-1996 18 Pat Garrity 1996-1997 18 -12-

Pat Garrity Derek Manner Derek Manner Pete Miller Admore White

1997-1998 1996-1997 1997-1998 1996-1997 1996-1997

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Personal Fouls 1. Phil Hickey 1997-1998 62 2. Tyrone Nash 2009-2010 59 3. Pat Garrity 1995-1996 58 4. Rob Kurz 2007-2008 56 Troy Murphy 2000-2001 56 6. Tory Jackson 2008-2009 55 7. Matt Gotsch 1995-1996 54 8. Luke Harangody 2008-2009 53 Pat Garrity 1997-1998 53 Harold Swanagan 2001-2002 53

Single Game (BIG EAST) Field Goals Made Made Att. Name Game Date 16 28 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 2-28-2008 15 25 Luke Harangody vs. Cincinnati 2-4-2010 14 27 Luke Harangody @ Connecticut 1-2-2010 14 21 Luke Harangody vs. Louisville 2-12-2009 13 18 Troy Murphy vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 13 19 Kyle McAlarney vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 13 21 Ryan Humphrey @ Syracuse 1-14-2002 13 22 Luke Harangody vs. St. John’s 3-6-2009 13 23 Chris Quinn @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 13 24 Troy Murphy @ Seton Hall 2-19-2000 13 24 Luke Harangody @ Connecticut 2-13-2008 13 28 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 1-12-2009 Field Goals Attempted Att. Made Name Game Date 28 16 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 2-28-2008 28 13 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 1-12-2009 28 9 Luke Harangody @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 27 14 Luke Harangody @ Connecticut 1-2-2010 26 13 Luke Harangody vs. Syracuse 1-18-2010 26 8 Luke Harangody @ Rutgers 1-30-2010 26 10 Troy Murphy vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2001 25 11 Luke Harangody @ Pittsburgh 1-31-2009 25 9 Troy Murphy @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 25 7 Luke Harangody vs. Rutgers 2-25-2009 24 13 Troy Murphy @ Seton Hall 2-12-2000 24 13 Luke Harangody @ Connecticut 2-13-2008 24 12 Luke Harangody @ St. John’s 1-3-2009 Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempts) Game Date Pct. (Md-Att) Name 1.000 (5-5) Tyrone Nash vs. West Virginia 1-9-2010 1.000 (5-5) Derek Manner vs. Connecticut 2-8-1997 1.000 (5-5) Derek Manner vs. West Virginia 2-11-1997 1.000 (5-5) Harold Swanagan@ Providence 12-8-1998 1.000 (5-5) Martin Ingelsby @ Miami (Fla.) 1-9-1999

1.000 (5-5) .875 (7-8) .875 (7-8) .875 (7-8) .857 (6-7) .857 (6-7) .857 (6-7)

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Harold Swanagan@ Seton Hall 2-6-1999 Carleton Scott @ Georgetown 2-27-2010 David Lalazarianvs. Providence 2-22-1997 Torrian Jones vs. West Virginia 1-7-2004 Antonio Wyche @ Seton Hall 2-6-1999 Torin Francis vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 Ryan Ayers @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009

3-Point Field Goals Made Made Att. Name Game Date 9 11 Kyle McAlarney vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008 8 10 Keith Friel vs. Syracuse 1-21-1998 8 14 Colin Falls vs. Pittsburgh 3-2-2005 8 15 Colin Falls @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 8 16 Matt Carroll vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 7 9 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 7 10 Ryan Ayers vs. Villanova 3-2-2009 7 11 Ryan Ayers @ Providence 2-21-2009 7 14 Ryan McAlarney @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 7 17 Colin Falls vs. Syracuse* 3-8-2007 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att. Made Name Game Date 17 7 Colin Falls vs. Syracuse* 3-8-2007 16 8 Matt Carroll vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 15 6 Ryan Hoover vs. Boston College 1-29-1995 15 4 Ryan Hoover @ Rutgers 2-2-1995 15 8 Colin Falls @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 14 5 Colin Falls @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 14 6 Colin Falls @ Marquette 1-20-2006 14 6 Ryan Hoover @ Syracuse 3-2-1996 14 8 Colin Falls vs. Pittsburgh 3-2-2005 14 7 Kyle McAlarney @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 14 5 Colin Falls @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempts) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (5-5) Jonathon Peoplesvs.Providence 12-30-2009 .857 (6-7) Kyle McAlarney vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 .833 (5-6) Chris Quinn @ Pittsburgh 2-12-2005 .833 (5-6) Ryan Ayers @ Louisville 2-28-2008 .833 (5-6) Kyle McAlarney @ Louisville 1-12-2009 .818 (9-11) Kyle McAlarney vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008 .800 (4-5) Luke Harangody @USF 1-5-2010 .800 (8-10) Keith Freil vs. Syracuse 1-21-1998 .800 (4-5) Pat Garrity @ Providence 2-28-1998 .800 (4-5) Matt Carroll vs. Georgetown 3-4-2000 .800 (4-5) David Graves vs. Pittsburgh* 3-8-2001 .800 (4-5) Matt Carroll @ St. John’s 2-27-2002 .800 (4-5) Matt Carroll vs. St. John’s* 3-7-2002 .800 (4-5) Colin Falls @ Villanova 1-10-2004 .800 (4-5) Chris Thomas @ Pittsburgh 2-12-2005 .800 (4-5) Russell Carter vs. Marquette 2-25-2006

Free Throws Made Made Att. Name Game Date 16 19 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 15 19 Pat Garrity vs. Georgetown 2-25-1998 14 14 Chris Quinn @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 14 16 Chris Thomas vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 14 16 Luke Harangody vs. Seton Hall 1-10-2009 13 18 Troy Murphy vs. Boston College 2-21-2001 13 15 Luke Harangody vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 12 12 Tim Abromaitis @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 12 14 Pat Garrity @ Seton Hall 1-17-1998 12 14 Troy Murphy vs. Rutgers* 3-8-2000 12 15 Troy Murphy @ West Virginia 2-14-1999 Free Throws Attempted Att. Made Name Game Date 19 16 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 19 15 Pat Garrity vs. Georgetown 2-25-1998 18 13 Troy Murphy vs. Boston College 2-21-2001 17 11 Torin Francis @ Syracuse 2-15-2003 16 14 Chris Thomas vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 16 14 Luke Harangody vs. Seton Hall 1-10-2009 16 11 Pat Garrity @ Pittsburgh 12-6-1997 15 13 Luke Harangody vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 15 12 Troy Murphy @ West Virginia 2-14-1999 15 8 Troy Murphy @ Providence 12-8-1998 15 6 Ryan Humphrey vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (12-12) Tim Abromaitis @Seton Hall 2-11-2010 1.000 (14-14) Chris Quinn @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 1.000 (10-10) Pat Garrity @ Pittsburgh 1-13-1996 1.000 (10-10) Pat Garrity vs. Rutgers 1-11-1998 1.000 (10-10) Chris Thomas @ Miami (Fl.) 2-23-2002 .917 (11-12) Pat Garrity vs. Connecticut 2-8-1997 .909 (10-11) Ryan Hoover vs. Seton Hall 2-24-1996 .909 (10-11) Pat Garrity @ Providence 12-7-1996 .909 (10-11) Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 1-14-2003 .909 (10-11) Matt Carroll vs. Connecticut 2-24-2003 .909 (10-11) Colin Falls @ Seton Hall 1-5-2005 Points Points Name Game Date 40 Luke Harangody @ Louisville 2-28-2008 37 Luke Harangody vs. Cincinnati 2-4-2010 37 Pat Garrity @ Seton Hall 1-17-1998 37 Troy Murphy vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 37 Chris Quinn @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 36 Luke Harangody @USF 1-5-2010 36 Matt Carroll vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 35 Troy Murphy @ Seton Hall 2-19-2000 34 Troy Murphy @ St. Johns 2-5-2001 34 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 34 Chris Quinn @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 33 Troy Murphy @ Connecticut 1-5-2000 33 Pat Garrity @ Boston College 3-1-1997 -13-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Assists Assists Name Game Date 15 Tory Jackson vs. Syracuse 1-18-2010 13 Martin Ingelsby vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 13 Chris Thomas vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 12 Chris Thomas vs. West Virginia 2-20-2002 12 Chris Thomas @ Miami (Fla.) 2-23-2002 12 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 3-2-2005 11 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 11 Chris Thomas vs. St. John’s* 3-7-2002 11 Tory Jackson vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 10 Ben Hansbrough vs. West Virginia 1-9-2010 10 Ben Hansbrough vs. Providence 12-30-2009 10 Doug Gottlieb vs.West Virginia 1-29-1996 10 Admore White @ Villanova 2-16-1997 10 Martin Ingelsby vs. Syracuse 1-21-1998 10 Jimmy Dillon vs. Connecticut 2-12-2000 10 Chris Thomas @ St. John’s 2-27-2002 10 Chris Thomas vs. Connecticut* 3-8-2002 10 Colin Falls vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 10 Chris Quinn vs. Georgetown 1-24-2006 10 Chris Quinn vs. DePaul 3-4-2006 10 Tory Jackson @ Rutgers 2-17-2008 Rebounds Rebs Name Game Date 19 Ryan Humphrey @ Rutgers 2-14-2002 17 Luke Harangody vs. Louisville 2-12-2009 17 Luke Harangody vs. Marquette 1-26-2009 16 Troy Murphy @ West Virginia 2-14-1999 16 Ryan Humphrey vs. Connecticut* 3-8-2002 16 Torin Francis @ Virginia Tech 1-20-2004 16 Luke Harangody @ Connecticut 2-13-2008 16 Luke Harangody vs. West Virginia 1-3-2008 16 Luke Harangody @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 16 Luke Harangody vs. Seton Hall 1-10-2009 16 Luke Harangody @ DePaul 12-31-2008 Steals Steals Name Game Date Admore White @ Syracuse 1-18-1997 6 5 Tory Jackson @ Syracuse 2-27-2010 5 Martin Ingelsby vs. Rutgers 1-11-1998 5 Martin Ingelsby vs. Georgetown 2-25-1998 5 Chris Thomas vs. St. Johns* 3-7-2002 5 Tory Jackson vs. Louisville 2-12-2009 4 Ben Hansbrough vs. Connecticut 3-3-2010 4 Tory Jackson vs. Connecticut 3-3-2010 4 Ben Hansbrough @ Rutgers 1-30-2010 4 Admore White vs. St. Johns 2-4-1997 4 Derek Manner @ Pittsburgh 12-6-1997 4 Troy Murphy @ Miami (Fla.) 1-9-1999 4 Martin Ingelsby @ Seton Hall 2-6-1999 4 Troy Murphy @ St. Johns 2-24-1999 4 David Graves @ Connecticut 1-5-2000 4 David Graves @ Villanova 2-8-2000 4 Troy Murphy vs. Syracuse 3-1-2000 4 David Graves vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 4 Ryan Humphrey vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 -14-

4 4 4 4 4

Chris Thomas Chris Thomas Tory Jackson Tory Jackson Luke Harangody

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vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 vs. Seton Hall 1-26-2002 vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 vs. DePaul 2-2-2008 @ St. John’s 1-3-2009

Blocks Blocks Name Game Date 7 Ryan Humphrey @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 6 Ryan Humphrey vs. Boston College 2-21-2001 6 Ryan Humphrey vs. St. Johns* 3-7-2002 5 Matt Gotsch @ Georgetown 1-7-1997 5 Matt Gotsch @ Villanova 2-16-1997 5 Phil Hickey vs. Rutgers 1-23-1999 5 Troy Murphy vs. Providence 1-30-1999 5 Ryan Humphrey vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 5 Ryan Humphrey vs. St. Johns 2-5-2001 4 Marcus Young @ Georgetown 2-3-1996 4 Matt Gotsch vs. Seton Hall 1-22-1997 4 Troy Murphy @ Seton Hall 2-6-1999 4 Phil Hickey vs. Boston College 2-28-1999 4 Troy Murphy vs. Boston College 2-28-1999 4 Troy Murphy vs. Pittsburgh 1-16-2001 4 Ryan Humphrey vs. West Virginia 1-21-2001 4 Ryan Humphrey @ West Virginia 2-11-2001 4 Ryan Humphrey vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 4 Ryan Humphrey vs. Syracuse 2-17-2002 4 Rob Kurz @ Seton Hall 2-6-2008 Turnovers TO’s Name Game Date 10 Chris Thomas @ Georgetown 3-8-2003 9 Jimmy Dillon @ Syracuse 2-17-1999 8 Jimmy Dillon @ St. Johns 2-24-1999 8 Chris Thomas vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 7 Doug Gottlieb @ St. Johns 1-31-1996 7 Pat Garrity vs. St. Johns 2-11-1996 7 Derek Manner vs. Seton Hall 2-24-1996 7 Pat Garrity @ Syracuse 1-18-1997 7 Admore White @ Syracuse* 3-5-1997 Pat Garrity @ Pittsburgh 12-6-1997 7 7 Troy Murphy @ Providence 12-8-1998 7 David Graves vs. Providence 1-30-1999 7 David Graves vs. Georgetown 2-10-1999 7 Chris Thomas vs. Pittsburgh 1-30-2002 7 Ryan Humphrey @ Connecticut* 3-8-2002 7 Chris Thomas vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 7 Tory Jackson vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 7 Tory Jackson @ Georgetown 1-19-2008 7 Tory Jackson @ Louisville 1-12-2009

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Opponent Individual Records

Single Game

Points Points Name Game Date 52 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 45 Julius McCoy @ Michigan State 12-21-1955 41 Donald Schlundtvs. Indiana* 3-14-1953 40 Danny Manning @ Kansas 2-8-1987 40 Charile Tyra @ Louisville 12-22-1956 39 Michael Brooks @ LaSalle 2-1-1978 38 Mike Sweetney vs. Georgetown (2 OT) 2-1-2003 38 Donta Wade vs. Providence 2-23-2000 38 Kareem Townes @ LaSalle 1-8-1994 37 Billy McKinney vs. Northwestern 12-4-1974 36 Samardo Samuels@ Louisville 2-17-2010 36 Campy Russell vs. Michigan^ 3-16-1974 36 Ted Guzek vs. Butler 1-5-1957 *NCAA Third Round, Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Ill. ^NCAA Second Round, Coleman Center, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Field Goals Made Made Att Name Game Date 20 28 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 17 28 Michael Brooks @ LaSalle 2-1-1978 17 28 David Issel vs. Kentucky* 3-12-1970 16 21 Danny Manning @ Kansas 2-8-1987 15 30 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 15 35 Rich Laurel vs. Hofstra! 3-12-1977 15 27 Bill Knight vs. Pittsburgh (OT)1-17-1973 15 25 Gregory Kelser vs. Michigan St.% 3-18-1979 15 25 Bill Schoeffer @ St. John’s$ 2-24-1973 15 25 Marvin Roberts vs. Utah State 2-15-1969 15 21 Tom Riker vs. S. Carolina# 12-30-1969 15 18 J.R. Reis vs. N. Carolina^ 3-19-1987 *NCAA Second Round, St. John Arena, Columbus, Ohio ^NCAA Third Round, Meadowlands, East Rutherford, N.J. # Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans Arena, New Orleans, La. % NCAA Third Round, Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, Ind. $ Nassau Coliseum, Nassau, N.Y. ! NCAA First Round, Palestra, Philadelphia, Pa.

Field Goals Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 35 15 Rich Laurel vs. Hofstra* 3-12-1977 32 16 Campy Russell vs. Michigan^ 3-14-1974 31 19 Wil Robinson vs. West Virginia 2-20-1971 31 13 James Williams vs. Austin Peay# 3-9-1974 31 13 Jim Irving vs. St. Louis 12-12-1970 30 15 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 30 14 Nick Weatherspoonvs. Illinois 1-25-1973 30 13 Poo Welch vs. Houston% 3-20-1971 30 12 Johnny Davis @ Dayton 2-25-1976 29 15 Zam Frederick vs. S. Carolina 1-31-1981 29 14 Isaac Stallworth @ Kansas 10-8-1971 29 12 John Canine vs. Ohio$ 3-7-1970 29 12 Ken May @ Dayton 2-28-1970 29 12 Wally Anderzunas vs. Creighton 3-3-1969 29 10 Calvin Montgomeryvs. Okla. City 2-21-1979 *NCAA First Round, The Palestra, Philadelphia, Pa. ^NCAA Second Round, Coleman Coliseum, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

#NCAA First Round, ISU Arena, Terre Haute, Ind. %NCAA Consolation Game, Koch Arena, Wichita, Kan. $NCAA First Round Game, UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio

Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempted) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (5-5) Charles Okwandu@ Connecticut 1-2-2010 1.000 (10-10) Stanley Brundy @ DePaul 3-11-1989 1.000 (10-10) Ernie Floyd vs. Holy Cross* 1-6-1984 1.000 (6-6) Chevon Troutmanvs. Pittsburgh 2-9-2003 1.000 (6-6) Graham Bron vs. Michigan 12-3-2005 1.000 (6-6) Peter Vignier vs. Michigan^ 3-15-2000 1.000 (5-5) Marcus Toney-El @ Seton Hall 2-5-2003 1.000 (5-5) Greg Berladner @ Davidson 1-8-1979 1.000 (5-5) Zane Gay vs. E. Michigan 12-1-2007 *The Centrum, Worchester, Mass. ^NIT First Round, Joyce Center

3-Point Field Goals Made Made Att Name Game Date 10 17 Donta Wade vs. Providence 2-23-2000 8 15 A.J. Graves vs. Butler@ 11-13-2006 8 12 Todd Billet @ Rutgers 1-18-2000 8 11 Jeremy Hazell @Seton Hall 2-11-2010 8 11 Parrish Casebier @ Evansville 3-9-1992 7 16 Gerry McNamara vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 7 14 Tony Orciari vs. Vermont 12-21-2000 7 9 Preston Shumpert @ Syracuse 1-16-2000 @Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off First Round, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind.

3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 17 10 Donta Wade vs. Providence 2-23-2000 17 5 A.J. Abrams vs. Texas% 11-25-2008 16 7 Gerry McNamaravs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 16 5 Kareem Townes vs. LaSalle 1-23-1992 15 8 A.J. Graves vs. Butler# 11-13-2006 15 6 Maurice McAfee vs. Xavier* 3-20-2000 14 7 Tony Orciari vs. Vermont 12-21-2000 14 4 Lionel Armstead vs. West Virginia 2-2-2000 14 4 Corey Lowe vs. Boston 12-13-2008 13 3 Dustin Ware vs. Georgia& 11-25-2010 13 6 Robert Vaden vs. UAB! 3-17-2009 13 6 Sean Connolly @ Providence 12-8-1998 13 5 Randy Woods vs. LaSalle 2-6-1991 13 5 Kareem Townes @ LaSalle 1-8-1994 13 5 Chris Spatola vs. Army 11-28-2001 13 4 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 13 4 Jean Prioleau vs. Fordham 11-15-1990 4 Nash Subotic vs. Hawaii Pacific^ 11-23-2001 13 13 4 Dwain Williams vs. Providence (OT)1-31-2008 *NIT Second Round, Joyce Center ^Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii #Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off First Round, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind. !NIT First Round, Joyce Center %Maui Invitational Second Round, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Maui

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 Att.) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (5-5) Jason Maile @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 1.000 (5-5) John Celestand vs. Villanova 1-7-1999 1.000 (5-5) Dwight Buycks @ Marquette 1-10-11 .857 (6-7) Scottie Reynolds vs. Villanova 3-2-2009 .833 (5-6) Andy Elkins vs. Evansville 12-6-1992 .833 (5-6) Michael Brown vs. Providence 1-29-1994 .833 (5-6) Vonteego Cummings @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 .833 (5-6) Khalid El-Amin vs. Connecticut 2-17-1998 .833 (5-6) Donatas Zavackas@ Pittsburgh 2-3-2001 Free Throws Made Made Att Name Game Date 19 22 Deonta Vaughn @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 19 21 David Schellhase vs. Purdue^ 1-21-1964 19 21 Dick Mast vs. Northwestern 12-8-1954 16 16 John Roche vs. S. Carolina 12-5-1970 16 16 Charlie Tyra @ Louisville 12-22-1956 16 19 Samardo Samuels @ Lousiville 2-17-2010 15 22 Rich Dibenedetto vs. Davidson 2-2-1980 15 19 George McGinnis vs. Indiana 12-15-1970 14 16 Eric Ferguson vs. Ga. Southern 11-12-2010 14 18 Johnny Davis @ Dayton 2-25-1976 14 16 Mike Powell vs. Loyola Maryland 12-21-1996 14 15 Richard Hamilton @ Connecticut 1-12-1999 ^Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

Free Throws Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 23 11 Ime Oduok @ Loyola Marymount (OT) 12-5-1994 22 19 Deonta Vaughn @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 22 15 Rich Dibenedetto vs. Davidson 2-2-1980 21 19 David Schellhase vs. Purdue^ 1-21-1964 21 19 Dick Mast vs. Northwestern 12-8-1954 19

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19 15 George McGinnis vs. Indiana 12-15-1970 18 14 Johnny Davis @ Dayton 2-25-1976 18 12 Poo Welch vs. Houston# 3-20-1971 17 12 Rich Dunphy vs. Fordham* 2-19-1976 17 10 Tom Haeberle @ Valparaiso 12-4-1971 *Madison Square Garden, New York City ^Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Ft. Wayne, Ind. #NCAA Consolation Game, Koch Arena, Wichita, Kan.

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 Attempts) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (16-16) John Roche vs. S. Carolina 12-5-1970 1.000 (16-16) Charlie Tyra @ Louisville 12-22-1956 1.000 (12-12) Mike Sanders vs. UCLA 2-5-1981 1.000 (12-12) Jim Spanakel vs. Duke^ 3-25-1978 1.000 (12-12) Cotton Nash @ Kentucky 12-29-1962 1.000 (12-12) Bobby Plump vs. Butler 1-4-1956 1.000 (12-12) Al Ferrari vs. Michigan St. 2-7-1955 1.000 (11-11) Gerry McNamara @ Syracuse 2-5-2005 1.000 (11-11) Dan Langhi @ Vanderbilt 11-21-1998 1.000 (11-11) Lucius Allen @ UCLA 12-23-1966 1.000 (11-11) Dennis Wuycik vs. N. Carolina* 2-19-1972 -16-

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

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Kemba Walker @ Connecticut 3-5-2011 Carmelo Anthony @ Syracuse 2-15-2003 Dan Langhi vs. Vanderbilt 12-4-1999 Darin Archbold @ Butler 12-3-1990 Alaa Abdelnaby @ Duke 2-4-1990 Chad Tucker vs. Butler 1-27-1988 Jeff Lebo vs. N. Carolina 2-1-1987 Keith Smart vs. Indiana 12-2-1986 Ivan Petitt @ Rice 1-7-1985 Dave Anderson vs. W. Michigan 12-4-1965

*Madison Square Garden, New York City ^NCAA National Semifinal, Checkerdome, Saint Louis, Mo.

Assists Assists Name Game Date 16 Marcus Williams vs. Connecticut 1-30-2005 14 Paul Burke @ LaSalle 1-8-1994 13 John Salmons @ Miami (FL) 2-23-2002 12 Mike Green vs. Butler% 11-13-2006 12 Marcus Williams @ Connecticut^ 2-21-2005 12 T.J. Ford vs. Texas# 12-8-2002 12 Omar Cook vs. St. John’s 2-5-2001 12 James Strong vs. Vanderbilt 12-4-1999 12 Scott Anslem @ Valparaiso 12-17-1988 12 Kenny Smith vs. N. Carolina$ 3-19-1987 ^Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, Conn. #BB&T Classic Championship, MCI Center, Washington, D.C. $NCAA Third Round, Meadowlands, East Rutherford, N.J. %Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off First Round, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind.

Rebounds Rebs Name Game Date 27 Johnny Green vs. Michigan St.^ 3-15-1957 24 Johnny Green vs. Michigan St. 12-17-1958 24 Walter Bellamy vs. Indiana! 12-26-1958 22 Emeka Okafor @ Connecticut# 2-21-2004 22 DeJuan Blair @ Pittsburgh 1-31-2009 20 Terrence Roberts vs. Syracuse% 3-8-2007 19 Phil Warren vs. Northwestern 12-8-1958 19 Jeff Adrien vs. Connecticut 1-24-2009 18 Eugene Phelps vs. Long Beach St.11-19-2009 18 Marcus Smallwood vs. No. Illinois 11-24-2003 18 Wallace Bryant vs. San Francisco 2-2-1982 18 Campy Russell vs. Michigan$ 3-16-1974 18 Bill Kil gore vs. Michigan St. 2-7-1973 18 Tim Roy @ Maryland 1-4-1975 18 Devin Ebanks vs. W. Virginia* 3-11-2009 *BIG EAST Championship Second Round, Madison Square Garden, New York City ^NCAA Third Round, Memorial Coliseum, Lexington, Kent. !Hoosier Classic, Butler Field House, Indianapolis, Ind. #Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, Conn. $NCAA Second Round, Coleman Coliseum Tuscaloosa, Ala. %BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinals, Madison Square Garden, New York City

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Steals Steals Name Game Date 9 Kevin Braswell vs. Georgetown 2-10-1999 9 Alex Robertson @ Dayton 2-25-1992 7 Billy Edelin vs. Syracuse 1-10-2005 7 John Linehan @ Providence 2-28-1998 7 Ray Minlend vs. St. Francis (NY)12-27-1998 7 Jason Hart @ Syracuse 2-17-1999 6 D.J. Strawberry vs. Maryland^ 12-3-2006 6 Tony Bethel @ Georgetown 3-8-2003 6 Kellii Taylor @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 6 Alvin Williams @ Villanova 2-16-1997 6 Juan Dixon vs. Maryland* 11-26-1999 6 Grant Hill vs. Duke 2-6-1993 6 Kareem Townes @ LaSalle 1-8-1994 6 Shandue McNeill vs. St. Bonaventure12-22-1994 6 Jim Tubridy vs. Columbia 1-10-1995 6 Jerry McCullough vs. Pittsburgh 2-13-1996 Rich Grande vs. USC 2-1-1989 6 *Preseason NIT, Consolation Game, Madison Square Garden, New York ^BB&T Classic, Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.

Blocks Blocks Name Game Date 10 Hasheem Thabeet vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 8 Malik Allen @ Villanova 1-16-1999 8 Rodney Zimmerman @ UCLA 1-31-1993 8 Hasheem Thabeet @ Connecticut 2-28-2009 7 Hilton Armstrong @ Connecitcut 2-21-2006 7 Emeka Okafor @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 7 Loren Woods vs. Arizona^ 11-24-1999 7 Serge Using @ Alaska Anchorage# 11-27-1998 7 Travis Knight @ Connecticut 2-17-1996 7 Samaki Walker @ Louisville 1-7-1995 7 Derrick Coleman vs. Syracuse 1-29-1989 ^Preseason NIT Semifinals, Madison Square Garden #Great Alaska Shootout, Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, Alaska

Turnovers TO Name Game Date 10 Eugene Lawrence @ St. John’s 12-3-2006 10 Don Griffin vs. Lafayette 1-16-1979 10 Mickey Steurer vs. Princeton 12-7-1974 10 Kirk Bruce @ Pittsburgh 1-17-1973 9 David Fizdale @ San Diego 12-3-1994 9 Armand Hill vs. Princeton 12-7-1974 9 Frank Ayers vs. W. Michigan 12-6-1971 8 31 Players Tied

BIG EAST (Single Game) Points Points Name Game Date 52 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 38 Donta Wade vs. Providence 2-23-2000 38 Mike Sweetney vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 36 Samardo Samuels @ Louisville 2-17-2010 35 Jeremy Hazell @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 35 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 34 Kemba Walker at Connecticut 3-5-2011 34 Khalid El-Amin @ Connecticut 1-5-2000 34 Deonta Vaughn @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 32 John Wallace @ Syracuse 3-6-1996 32 Jamel Thomas @ Providence 2-28-1998 Field Goals Made Game Date Made Att. Name 20 28 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 15 30 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 14 27 Mike Sweetney vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 13 20 Billy Edelin vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 13 20 Mac Koshwal @ Depaul 12-31-2008 12 16 Jeremy Hazell @ Seton Hall 1-23-2010 12 17 Khalid El-Amin vs. Connecticut 2-17-1998 12 17 Chris Taft vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 12 18 Zendon Hamilton vs. St. Johns 2-11-1996 12 19 Jamel Thomas @ Providence 2-28-1998 12 23 Donta Wade vs. Providence 2-23-2000 Field Goals Attempted Att. Made Name Game Date 30 15 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 28 20 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 28 11 Victor Page @ Georgetown 1-7-1997 27 14 Mike Sweetney vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 26 11 Khalid El-Amin @ Connecticut 1-5-2000 25 9 John Wallace vs. Syracuse* 3-6-1996 25 9 Quincy Douby vs. Rutgers 2-8-2006 24 9 Marcus Hatten vs. St. John’s 3-7-2002 24 9 Ben Gordon vs. Connecticut 3-11-2004 24 9 Dominique Jones @ South Florida 3-8-2008

The modern era of college basketball begins in 1937-38, when there was no longer a jump ball after a score. Rebounds became an official statistic in the 1950-51 season. Freshman became eligible in 1972. The three-point line was added for the 1986-87 season. Assists became an official statistic in the 1983-84 season. Steals became an official statistic in the 1985-86 season. Blocks became an official statistic in the 1985-86 season.

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempts) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (5-5) Charles Okwandu @Connecticut 1-2-2010 1.000 (6-6) Chevon Troutman vs. Pittsburgh 2-9-2003 1.000 (6-6) Randall Hanke @ Providence 2-19-2005 1.000 (5-5) Marcus Toney-El @ Seton Hall 2-5-2003 .889 (8-9) Jarrid Famous vs. USF 2-7-2010 .889 (8-9) Antonio Granger vs. Boston College 1-11-1997 .889 (8-9) Ontario Lett @ Pittsburgh 1-6-2003 .857 (6-7) Hamady Ndiaye vs. Rutgers* 3-10-2009 .833 (5-6) Kirk King vs. Connecticut 2-6-1995 .833 (5-6) Travis Knight @ Connecticut 2-17-1996 .833 (5-6) Mario Bland vs. Miami (Fla.) 2-25-1997 .833 (5-6) John Celestand vs. Villanova 1-28-1998 .833 (5-6) Erron Maxey vs. Providence 3-4-1998 .833 (5-6) Isaac Hawkins @ Pittsburgh 2-3-2001 .833 (5-6) Josh Boone @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 .833 (5-6) Roy Hibbert @ Georgetown 1-23-2005 .833 (5-6) DJ Kennedy vs. St. Johns 3-5-2008 .833 (5-6) Earl Clark @ Louisville 2-28-2008 3-Point Field Goals Made Made Att. Name Game Date 10 17 Donta Wade vs. Providence 2-23-2000 8 11 Jeremy Hazell @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 8 12 Todd Billet @ Rutgers 1-18-2000 7 9 Preston Shumpert @ Syracuse 1-16-2000 7 16 Gerry McNamara vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 6 7 Scottie Reynolds vs. Villanova 3-2-2009 6 9 Dar Tucker @ DePaul 3-2-2008 6 10 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 6 10 Shaun Noriega @ USF 2-12-2011 6 11 Omar Cook vs. St. John’s 2-5-2001 6 12 Ricky Moore vs. Connecticut 2-8-1997 6 12 Preston Shumpert vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 6 12 Darius Rice @ Miami (Fl.) 2-23-2002 6 12 Taquan Dean @ Louisville 2-4-2006 6 13 Sean Connolly @ Providence 12-8-1998 6 14 Jarrett Lockhart vs. Pittsburgh 1-22-2000 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att. Made Name Game Date 17 10 Donta Wade vs. Providence 2-23-2000 16 7 Gerry McNamara vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 15 3 Gerry McNamara @ Syracuse 2-16-2004 15 4 Gerry McNamara vs. Syracuse 1-10-2005 14 6 Jarrett Lockhart vs. Pittsburgh 1-22-2000 14 4 Lionel Armstead vs. West Virginia 2-2-2000 13 4 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 13 6 Sean Connolly @ Providence 12-8-1998 13 4 Dwain Williams vs. Providence 1-31-2008 3 Da’Sean Butler vs. West Virginia 1-9-2010 12 12 8 Todd Billet @ Rutgers 1-18-2000 12 6 Ricky Moore vs. Connecticut 2-8-1997 12 6 Preston Shumpert vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 12 6 Darius Rice @ Miami (Fl.) 2-23-2002 12 6 Taquan Dean @ Louisville 2-4-2006 12 5 Sheldon Jefferson vs. West Virginia 2-11-1997 -18-

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3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempts) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (5-5) Dwigh Buycks @ Marquette 1-10-11 1.000 (5-5) Jason Maile @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 1.000 (5-5) John Celestand vs. Villanova 1-7-1999 .857 (6-7) Scottie Reynolds vs. Villanova 3-2-2009 .833 (5-6) Vontego Cummings@ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 .833 (5-6) Khalid El-Amin vs. Connecticut 2-17-1998 .833 (5-6) Donatas Zavackas @ Pittsburgh 2-3-2001 .833 (5-6) Daryll Hill vs. St. John’s 1-15-2005 .800 (4-5) Lionel Armstead vs. West Virginia 2-21-1999 .800 (4-5) Gerry McNamara vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 .800 (4-5) Justin Cerasoli @ Seton Hall 1-5-2005 Free Throws Made Made Att. Name Game Date @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 19 22 Deonta Vaughn 16 19 Samardo Samuels @ Louisville 2-17-2010 14 15 Richard Hamilton vs. Connecticut 1-12-1999 13 14 John Wallace @ Syracuse* 3-6-1996 12 14 Zendon Hamilton vs. St. Johns 2-4-1997 11 11 Gerry McNamara @ Syracuse 2-5-2005 11 12 Zendon Hamilton @ St. Johns 1-31-1996 11 12 Marcus Goree @ West Virginia 2-14-1999 11 12 Troy Bell @ Boston College 1-25-2003 11 13 Darius Johnson-Odom vs. Marquette 1-22-2011 11 13 Jerry McCullough @ Pittsburgh 1-13-1996 11 14 Daryll Hill @ St. John’s 3-6-2004 Free Throws Attempted Att. Made Name Game Date 22 19 Deonta Vaughn @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 19 16 Samardo Samuels @ Louisville 2-17-2010 16 10 Danya Abrams @ Boston College 1-9-1996 15 14 Richard Hamilton vs. Connecticut 1-12-1999 14 13 John Wallace @ Syracuse* 3-6-1996 14 12 Zendon Hamilton vs. St. Johns 2-4-1997 11 Daryll Hill @ St. John’s 3-6-2004 14 14 10 Mike Sweetney vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 14 8 Shaheen Holloway@ Seton Hall 1-17-1998 14 8 Levance Fields @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 13 11 DariusJohnson-Odom vs. Marquette 1-22-2011 13 11 Jerry McCullough @ Pittsburgh 1-13-1996 13 10 Jason Lawson @Villanova 1-2-1996 13 10 Troy Bell vs. Boston College 1-12-2000 13 8 Eton Thomas @ Syracuse 2-17-1999 13 7 Drew Schifino vs. West Virginia 1-29-2003 13 6 Sean Connolly @ Providence 12-8-1998 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts) Pct. (Md-Att) Name Game Date 1.000 (11-11) Gerry McNamara @ Syracuse 2-5-2005 1.000 (10-10 Kemba Walker @ Connecticut 3-52011ds 1.000 (10-10) Carmelo Anthony @ Syracuse 2-15-2003

.933 (14-15) .923 (13-14) .917 (11-12) .917 (11-12) .917 (11-12) .909 (10-11) .900 (9-10) .900 (9-10) .900 (9-10)

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Richard Hamilton vs. Connecticut 1-12-1999

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@ Syracuse* 3-6-1996 Zendon Hamilton@ St. Johns 2-4-1997 Marcus Goree @ West Virginia 2-14-1999 Troy Bell @ Boston College 1-25-2003 Calvin Bowman vs. West Virginia 1-21-2001 Albert Karner vs. Rutgers 1-20-1996 Colin Charles vs. St. Johns 12-30-1997 Ryan Gomes @ Providence 1-21-2003

Assists Assists Name Game Date 16 Marcus Williams vs. Connecticut 1-30-2005 13 John Salmons @ Miami (Fl.) 2-23-2002 13 Marcus Williams @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 12 Omar Cook vs. St. Johns 2-5-2001 12 Marcus Williams @ Connecticut 2-21-2005 11 Vernon Jennings vs. Miami (Fla.) 1-25-2000 Vernon Jennings @ Miami (Fla.)* 3-9-2000 11 11 Brandin Knight vs. Pittsburgh* 3-8-2001 11 Carl Krauser vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 10 Eugene Harvey @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 10 Kemba Walker @ Connecticut 1-2-2010 10 Jerome Dyson @ Connecticut 1-2-2010 10 Shaheen Holloway vs. Seton Hall 1-22-1997 10 Kevin Braswell vs. Georgetown 3-4-2001 10 Marcus Hatten @ St. Johns 2-27-2002 Rebounds Rebs Name Game Date 22 Emeka Okafor @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 22 DeJuan Blair @ Pittsburgh 1-31-2009 19 Jeff Adrien vs. Connecticut 1-24-2009 17 Jason Fraser @ Villanova 1-10-2004 18 Devin Ebanks vs. West Virginia* 3-11-2009 16 Stanley Robinson @ Connecticut 1-2-2010 16 Etan Thomas @ Syracuse 2-17-1999 16 Mike Sweetney vs. Georgetown 1-21-2002 16 Hakim Warrick @ Syracuse 2-16-2004 16 Josh Boone vs. Connecticut* 3-11-2004 Sean Evans vs. St. John’s 3-6-2009 16 16 Terrence Williams @ Louisville 1-12-2009 Steals Game Date Steals Name 9 Kevin Braswell vs. Georgetown 2-10-1999 7 John Linehan @ Providence 2-28-1998 7 Jason Hart @ Syracuse 2-17-1999 7 Ricardo Greer vs. Pittsburgh 1-22-2000 6 Kellii Taylor @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 6 Alvin Williams @ Villanova 2-16-1997 6 Kevin Norris vs. Miami (Fla.) 2-22-1998 5 Tim Thomas vs. Villanova 1-14-1997 5 Zendon Hamilton vs. St. Johns 2-4-1997 5 Vonteego Cummings @ Pittsburgh 12-6-1997 5 Vonteego Cummings vs. Pittsburgh 1-6-1998 5 Joseph Touomou @ Georgetown 2-7-1998

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John Linehan Vonteego Cummings Howard Brown Elton Scott Erick Barkley Michael Cotton Damone Brown Jerome Coleman Drew Schifino Jeremy Hazell

Blocks Blocks Name 10 Hasheem Thabeet 8 Hasheem Thabeet 7 Travis Knight 6 Rick Jackson 6 Hamady Ndiaye Etan Thomas 6 6 Samuel Dalembert 6 Hasheem Thabeet 5 Jonathan Beerbohm 5 Duane Jordan 5 Eugene Dabney 5 Hasheem Thabeet

@ Providence* 3-4-1998 vs. Pittsburgh 1-5-1999 vs. Villanova 1-7-1999 @ West Virginia 2-14-1999 @ St. Johns 2-24-1999 vs. Boston College 1-12-2000 @ Syracuse 1-16-2000 vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 vs. West Virginia 2-20-2002 @ Seton Hall 2-6-2008 Game Date vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 @ Connecticut 2-28-2009 @ Connecticut 2-17-1996 @ Syracuse 1-1-2011 @ Rutgers 1-30-2010 @ Syracuse 2-17-1999 @ Seton Hall 2-19-2000 @ Connecticut 2-13-2008 @ Boston College 1-27-1999 @ Seton Hall 2-6-1999 vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 vs. Connecticut 1-24-2009

Turnovers TO’s Name Game Date 10 Eugene Lawrence @ St. Johns 1-23-2007 8 Jason Hart @ Syracuse 1-18-1997 8 Kyle Cuffe @ St. Johns 3-6-2004 7 Albert Karner vs. Rutgers 1-20-1996 7 Danya Abrams vs. Boston College 1-11-1997 7 Vonteego Cummings @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 7 Derrick Snowden vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 7 Geoff McDermott vs. Providence 2-15-2007 6 Samardo Samuels @ Louisville 2-17-2010 6 Kemba Walker @ Connecticut 1-2-2010 6 Ricky Moore vs. Connecticut 2-8-1997 6 Jamel Thomas @ Providence 12-8-1998 Shaheen Holloway vs. Seton Hall 1-19-1999 6 6 Brandin Knight @ Pittsburgh 2-6-2000 6 Jermaine Medley @ Villanova 2-8-2000 6 Kevin Freeman vs. Connecticut 2-12-2000 6 Marcus Hatten vs. St. Johns* 3-7-2002 6 Ontario Lett @ Pittsburgh 1-6-2003 6 Brandin Knight @ Pittsburgh 1-6-2003 6 Troy Bell @ Boston College 1-25-2003 6 Bryant Matthews vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 6 Deonta Vaughn vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 6 Geoff McDermott vs. Providence 1-31-2008 6 Mike Rosario vs. Rutgers 2-25-2009

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Single Game (Mike Brey Era) Points Points Name Game Date 52 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 38 Michael Sweetney(2 OT) vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 36 Samardo Samuels @ Louisville 2-17-2010 35 Jeremy Hazell @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 35 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 34 Kemba Walker @ Connecticut 3-5-2011 34 Deonta Vaughn @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 34 Tyler Hansbrough vs. North Carolina%11-26-2008 32 Jose Olivero vs. Lehigh 11-27-2006 31 Weyinmi Efejuku @ Providence 2-21-2009 30 Tom Coverdale vs. Indiana 12-5-2000 30 Daryll Hill vs. St. John’s 1-15-2005 30 Jeff Green vs. Georgetown* 3-9-2007 29 Malcolm Lee vs. UCLA 12-19-2009 29 Ben Gordon vs. Connecticut** 3-11-2004 29 Chuck Davis @ Alabama 12-7-2005 29 Daniel Horton(OT) vs. Michigan^ 3-20-2006 29 Demetrius Nichols @ Syracuse 1-30-2007 * BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY ^ NIT Second Round, Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, MI ** BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY %Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

Field Goals Made Made Att. Name Game Date 20 28 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 15 30 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 14 27 Michael Sweetney vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 13 20 Mac Koshwal @ DePaul 12-31-2008 13 20 Billy Edelin vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 13

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13 18 Chuck Davis @ Alabama 12-7-2005 12 16 Jeremy Hazell @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 12 19 Justin Dobbins vs. E. Michigan 12-1-2007 12 17 Chris Taft vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 %Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

Field Goals Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 30 15 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 28 20 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 27 14 Michael Sweetney vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 27 8 A.J. Abrams vs. Texas% 11-25-2008 25 9 Marcus Smallwood vs. No. Illinois 11-24-2003 25 9 Quincy Douby vs. Rutgers 2-8-2006 24 11 Manny Quezada vs. San Francisco 12-22-2007 24 9 Marcus Hatten vs. St. John’s* 3-7-2002 24 9 Ben Gordon vs. Connecticut^3-11-2004 24 9 Dominique Jones @ South Florida 3-8-2008 *BIG EAST First Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. %Maui Invitational Second Round, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina,

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3-Point Field Goals Made Made Att Name Game Date 8 12 Jeremy Hazell @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 8 15 A.J. Graves vs. Butler* 11-13-2006 7 16 Gerry McNamara vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 7 14 Tony Orciari vs. Vermont 12-21-2000 7 11 Kyle Korver vs. Creighton 11-26-2002 6 6 Sydmill Harris vs. Texas^ 12-8-2002 6 7 Scottie Reynolds vs. Villanova 3-2-2009 6 8 Austin Ganly vs. New Hampshire11-16-2001 6 9 Dar Tucker @ DePaul 3-2-2008 6 9 Jesse Becker vs. South Dakota12-2-2008 6 10 Marshon Brooks @ Providence 2-23-2011 6 10 Shaun Noriega @ USF 2-12-2011 6 10 Steve Novak @ Marquette 1-20-2005 6 11 Omar Cook vs. St. John’s 2-5-2001 6 12 Preston Shumpert vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 12 Darius Rice @ Miami (FL) 2-23-2002 6 6 12 TaQuan Dean @ Louisville 2-4-2006 6 13 Robert Vaden vs. UAB% 3-17-2009 * NIT Season Tip-Off, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind. ^ BB&T Classic Championship, MCI Center, Washington, D.C. %NIT First Round, Joyce Center, Notre Dame, Ind

3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 17 5 A.J. Abrams vs. Texas! 11-25-2008 16 7 Gerry McNamara vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 15 8 A.J. Graves vs. Butler^ 11-13-2006 15 4 Gerry McNamara vs. Syracuse 1-10-2005 15 3 Gerry McNamara @ Syracuse 2-16-2004 14 7 Tony Orciari vs. Vermont 12-21-2000 14 4 Corey Lowe vs. Boston 12-13-2008 13 6 Robert Vaden vs. UAB% 3-17-2009 13 5 Chris Spatola vs. Army 11-28-2001 13 4 William Walker vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 13 4 Nash Subotic vs. Hawaii-Pacific*11-23-2001 13 3 Dustin Ware vs. Georgia$ 11-25-2010 * Hawaii Thanksgiving Classic, Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawai’i ^ NIT Season Tip-off, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind. %NIT First Round, Joyce Center, Notre Dame, Ind. !Maui Invitational Second Round, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i $ Old Spice Classic, Disney Wide World of Sports, Orlando, Fla.

Free Throws Made Made Att Name Game Date 19 22 Deonta Vaughn @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 16 19 Samardo Samuels@ Louisville 2-17-2010 14 16 Eric Ferguson vs. Ga. Southern 11-12-2010 12 14 Jeff Green vs. Georgetown^3 -9-2007 11 11 Gerry McNamara @ Syracuse 2-5-2005 11 12 Troy Bell (OT) @ Boston College 1-25-2003 11

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11 14 Daryll Hill @ St. John’s 10 14 Michael Sweetney vs. Georgetown

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10 12 Hakim Warrick @ Syracuse 2-16-2004 10 12 Kevin Hamilton vs. Holy Cross* 3-15-2005 10 12 David Padgett @ Louisville 2-4-2006 10 11 Calvin Bowman vs. West Virginia 1-21-2001 10 10 Carmelo Anthony @ Syracuse 2-15-2003 * NIT First Round, Joyce Center, Notre Dame, Ind. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.

Free Throws Attempted Att Made Name Game Date 22 19 Deonta Vaughn @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 19 16 Samardo Samuels@ Louisville 2-17-2010 16 14 Eric Ferguson vs. Ga. Southern 11-12-2010 14 12 Jeff Green vs. Georgetown* 3-9-2007 14 11 Daryll Hill @ St. John’s 3-6-2004 14 10 Michael Sweetney vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 14 8 Levance Fields @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 13 11 Darius Johnson-Odom vs. Marquette 1-22-2011 13

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Rory Spencer

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13 7 Drew Schifino vs. West Virginia 1-29-2003 12 11 Troy Bell (OT) @ Boston College 1-25-2003 12 10 Hakim Warrick @ Syracuse 2-16-2004 12 10 Kevin Hamilton vs. Holy Cross 3-15-2005 12 10 David Padgett @ Louisville 2-4-2006 12 8 Chevon Troutman vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 12 3 Kentrell Gransberry vs. South Florida 1-21-2007 * BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.

Assists Assists Name Game Date 16 Marcus Williams vs. Connecticut 1-30-2005 13 John Salmons @ Miami (FL) 2-23-2002 13 Marcus Williams @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 12 Omar Cook vs. St. John’s 2-5-2001 12 T.J. Ford vs. Texas# 12-8-2002 12 Marcus Williams @ Connecticut 2-21-2005 12 Mike Green vs. Butler^ 11-13-2006 11 Brandin Knight vs. Pittsburgh* 3-8-2001 11 Carl Krauser vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 11 Michael Jenkins vs. Winthrop% 3-6-2007 11 Ty Lawson vs. North Carolina!11-26-2008 * BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^ NIT Season Tip-Off, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind. # BB&T Classic Championship, MCI Center, Washington, D.C. % NCAA First Round, Spokane Arena, Spokane, Wash. !Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

Rebounds Reb. Name Game Date 22 Emeka Okafor @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 22 DeJuan Blair @ Pittsburgh 1-31-2009 20 Terrence Roberts vs. Syracuse* 3-8-2007 19 Jeff Adrien vs. Connecticut 1-24-2009 18 Eugene Phelps vs. Long Beach St.11-19-2009 18 Marcus Smallwood vs. No. Illinois 11-24-2003 18 Adrian Hill @ Rutgers 3-3-2007 18 Devin Ebanks vs. West Virginia% 3-11-2009 17 Terrence Jones vs. Kentucky^ 12-8-2010

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Jason Fraser

@ Villanova

1-10-2004

* BIG EAST First Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. %BIG EAST Second Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^SEC/BIG EAST Invitational, Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky.

Steals Steals Name Game Date 7 Billy Edelin @ Syracuse 1-10-2005 7 James Mathis vs. Niagara 12-21-2005 6 D.J. Strawberry @ Maryland 12-3-2006 5 Travis Leslie vs. Georgia^ 11-25-10 5 A.J. Rompza vs. UCF 12-6-2009 5 William Wilson vs. North Florida 11-14-2009 5 David West vs. Xavier* 3-16-2001 5 Jerome Coleman vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 5 Drew Schifino vs. West Virginia 2-20-2002 5 Rob Monroe vs. Quinnipiac 12-23-2003 5 Rob Sanders vs. Providence 2-24-2004 5 Jerell McNeil @ Marquette 1-20-2005 Rob Summers vs. West Virginia 1-9-2007 5 5 Geoff McDermitt vs. Providence 2-15-2007 5 Deonta Vaughn @ Cincinnati 2-18-2007 5 Jeremy Hazell @ Seton Hall 2-6-2008 * NCAA First Round, Kemper Arena, Kansas City, Mo. ^Old Spice Classic, Disney Wide World of Sports, Orlando, Fla. Blocks Blocks Name Game Date 10 Hasheem Thabeet vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 8 Hasheem Thabeet @ Connecticut 2-28-2009 7 Emeka Okafor @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 7 Hilton Armstrong @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 6 Rick Jackson @ Syracuse 1-1-2011 6 Hamady Ndiaye @Rutgers 1-30-2010 6 Michael Sweetney vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 6 Emeka Okafor vs. Connecticut 2-24-2003 6 D’or Fischer vs. West Virginia 1-7-2004 6 Jason Fraser vs. Villanova 1-8-2005 6 Darryl Watkins vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 6 Alex Hornat @ Connecticut 2-13-2008 6 Dallas Lauderdale vs. Ohio State% 12-6-2008 * BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. %The Hartford Hall of Fame Showcase, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.

Turnovers TO Name Game Date 10 Eugene Lawrence @ St. John’s 1-23-2007 9 Taliek Brown vs. Connecticut 2 - 9 - 2 0 0 4 8 Kyle Cuffe @ St. John’s 3-6-2004 7 Jake Rohe vs. xCornell 11-19-2001 7 Derrick Snowden vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 7 Jared Dudley @ Boston College 2-4-2004 7 Ivan Almonte vs. Florida Int. 12-10-2005 12-21-2005 7 Lorenzo Miles vs. Niagara 7 Mitchell Beauford vs. Stony Brook12-30-2006 7 Geoff McDermott vs. Providence 2-15-2007

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Notre Dame Team Records Single Game Points Points Opponent Date 135 vs. St. Peter’s 2-4-1970 126 @ Miami (FL) 2-22-1986 125 @ Villanova 1-11-1975 121 @ Butler 2-23-1970 119 vs. Ball State 1-14-1976 119 @ Houston* 3-20-1971 118 vs. Vanderbilt^ 3-16-1974 117 vs. Davidson 2-7-1976 117 vs. Valparaiso 12-2-1975 116 @ Georgetown (4 OT) 2-9-2002 116 vs. Ball State 12-4-1964 *NCAA Consolation Game, Coleman Coliseum, Wichita, Kan. ^NCAA Consolation Game, Koch Arena, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Field Goals Made Md. Att. Game Date 49 87 @ Valparaiso 12-1-1973 49 87 vs. Ball State 1-14-1976 49 82 @ Vanderbilt* 3-16-1974 47 76 vs. Mississippi 11-26-1977 46 88 vs. St. Francis 12-13-1975 46 87 vs. Valparaiso 12-2-1975 45 83 vs. St. Joseph’s (IN) 12-2-1967 45 73 vs. St. Joseph’s (IN) 12-23-1977 45 72 vs. Rice 12-4-1978 43 81 vs. St. Joseph’s (IN) 1-21-1976 43 75 @ DePaul 1-31-1974 43 73 vs. St. Joseph’s (IN) 11-25-1983 * NCAA Consolation Game, Coleman Coliseum, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Field Goals Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 112 60 vs. St. Peter’s 2-4-1970 109 51 @ Kentucky 12-29-1964 106 53 @ Butler 2-23-1970 106 42 @ Purdue 1-21-1964 103 44 vs. Western Michigan 1-4-1965 103 25 vs. Northwestern 12-31-1958 102 39 vs. Houston* 3-20-1971 101 39 vs. Lewis College 12-1-1964 100 29 vs. Lewis College 12-1-1965 99 42 vs. Christian Brothers 12-2-1963 99 34 vs. Bowling Green 2-14-1972 * NCAA Consolation Game, Koch Arena, Wichita, Kan.

Field Goal Percentage Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date .724 (42-58) @ Butler 1-30-1967 .706 (36-51) @ Davidson 1-8-1979 .682 (30-44) vs. St. Francis 11-27-1982 .667 (34-51) vs. Pittsburgh 1-30-2002 -22-

.667 .667 .658 .656 .655 .655

(38-57) (30-45) (25-38) (21-32) (36-55) (36-55)

vs. Northern Iowa @ North Carolina* vs. BYU @ Pittsburgh vs. William & Mary vs. Boston University

3-2-1982 3-17-1977 12-6-1986 2-16-1983 12-30-1982 2-10-1981

*NCAA Second Round, Cole Field House, College Park, Md.

3-Point Field Goals Made Md. Att. Game Date 20 32 vs. Villanova 2-28-2011 19 37 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 17 37 @ St. John’s* 3-6-2004 16 22 vs. Loyola Chicago 11-22-2000 15 36 vs. North Carolina! 11-26-2008 14 25 vs. North Florida 11-14-2009 14 35 vs. Furman 12-30-2008 14 34 vs. Providence 2-23-2000 14 29 @ Pittsburgh 2-12-2005 14 25 vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008 14 23 vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 14 23 vs. Pittsburgh 1-22-2000 *Big East Championship First Round, Madison Square Garden, New York. N.Y. !Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 37 19 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 37 17 @ St. John’s* 3-6-2004 36 15 vs. North Carolina! 11-26-2008 35 14 vs. Furman 12-30-2008 34 15 at Villanova 1-17-2007 34 14 vs. Providence 2-23-2000 34 13 vs. Syracuse^ 3-8-2007 34 13 vs. St. John’s 1-15-2005 34 12 vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 33 13 @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 *BIG EAST Championship First Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. !Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Pct. (Md. Att.) Game Date .727 (16-22) vs. Loyola Chicago 11-22-2000 .684 (13-19) vs. Syracuse 1-21-1997 .667 (12-18) vs. Maine 11-22-2010 .667 (10-15) vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga 11-24-2001 .650 (13-20) @ Cincinnati 2-18-2007 .625 (20-32) vs. Villanova 2-28-2011 .625 (10-16) vs. Eastern Michigan 12-1-2007 .611 (11-18) vs. Colgate 12-30-2001

.611 (11-18) .609 (14-23) .609 (14-23) .588 (10-17) .588 (10-17) .588 (10-17)

vs. Loyola Maryland vs. Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh vs. Butler* vs. Valparaiso vs. Indiana

2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 12-21-1996 2-6-2002 1-22-2000 11-13-2006 11-28-1993 12-8-1992

*Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off First Round, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind.

Free Throws Made Md. Att. Game Date 41 48 @ Syracuse 2-8-1986 39 48 @ Wisconsin 12-4-1965 35 50 vs. Kansas* 3-15-1975 35 44 @ Canisius 12-22-2001 35 44 vs. DePaul 2-6-1968 35 42 vs. Davidson 2-7-1976 34 42 vs. Portland 12-19-2006 33 47 vs. NYU 2-23-1967 33 46 vs. Northern Illinois 12-10-1969 33 39 vs. Siena^ 11-18-1999 33 38 vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2006 *NCAA First Round, Mabee Center, Tulsa, Okla. ^Preseason NIT Second Round, Joyce Center

Free Throws Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 53 26 @ Loyola Maryland* 12-9-1995 50 35 vs. Kansas 3-15-1975 48 44 @ Syracuse 2-8-1986 48 39 @ Wisconsin 12-4-1965 48 34 vs. Villanova 1-21-1984 48 32 vs. UCLA 12-17-1989 46 35 vs. Davidson 2-5-1976 46 33 vs. Northern Illinois 12-10-1969 46 33 vs. Detroit 1-12-1963 45 29 vs. San Francisco 2-2-1989 45 24 vs. Saint Louis 12-27-1961 *Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, Md.

Free Throw Percentage Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date 1.000 (11-11) @ Marquette 3-8-1989 .955 (21-22) @ Creighton 1-12-1987 .952 (20-21) vs. Vanderbilt* 3-16-1974 .947 (18-19) vs. Winston-Salem State 11-29-2006 .944 (17-18) vs. Loyola Chicago 2-27-1992 .944 (17-18) vs. Butler 2-14-1977 .938 (15-16) vs. Georgetown 1-5-2009 .929 (13-14) vs. Louisville (OT) 2-26-1994 .929 (13-14) @ Louisville 3-7-1993 .926 (25-27) vs. Maine 11-22-2010 .923 (24-26) vs. Seton Hall 2-24-1996 .923 (12-13) vs. Washington State^ 3-22-2008

Assists Assists Game Date 32 vs. Canisius 12-19-2000 30 vs. Dayton 1-30-1990 29 vs. Chicago State 11-17-2010 29 vs. Loyola Chicago 11-22-2000 29 vs. Siena* 11-18-1999 28 vs. Stony Brook 12-19-2010 28 vs. Bucknell 12-22-2009 28 vs. Lafayette 11-14-2006 28 vs. Monmouth^ 11-25-2001 28 vs. Hawaii Pacific^ 11-23-2004 28 vs. Pittsburgh 1-5-1999 28 vs. Long Island 11-12-2007 28 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 *Preseason NIT Second Round, Joyce Center ^Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

Rebounds Rbd. Opponent Date 91 vs. St. Norbert 12-7-1965 82 @ Kings College 1-11-1967 82 vs. Ball State 12-4-1964 82 vs. Lewis College 12-1-1964 81 vs. St. Peter’s 2-4-1970 81 @ Kentucky 12-29-1964 80 vs. Gannon 2-13-1963 79 vs. St. Norbert 12-14-1967 79 vs. Butler 1-9-1962 77 vs. Western Michigan 3-4-1971 Steals Steals Opponent Date 26 vs. New Hampshire 11-16-01 18 vs. Elon 12-28-99 18 vs. San Diego 12-28-95 16 vs. Villanova 1-6-02 16 vs. Army 11-28-01 16 vs. Dayton 1-27-92 16 vs. Butler 11-30-85 15 vs. Lafayette 11-14-2006 15 vs. Harvard 11-19-04 15 vs. Cornell 11-19-01 15 vs. Iona 2-1-95 15 vs. Columbia 1-10-95 15 vs. Indiana* 11-24-2008 *Maui Invitational First Round, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawai’i

*NCAA Consolation Game, Koch Arena, Tuscaloosa, Ala. ^NCAA Second Round, Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo.

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Blocks Blocks Opponent Date 19 vs. Belmont* 11-17-2002 13 vs. IUPUI^ 11-18-2002 12 vs. Loyola Chicago 11-22-2000 12 vs. Kansas State# 3-23-1992 11 vs. Pittsburgh 1-16-2001 10 vs. IUPUI 12-9-2009 10 vs. St. Mary’s 11-29-2003 10 vs. Texas$ 12-8-2002 10 vs. Colgate 12-30-2001 10 @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 10 vs. Cincinnati 11-24-2000 10 vs. Western Michigan% 3-18-1992 *Guardians Classic, First Round, Joyce Center ^Guardians Classic, Second Round, Joyce Center #NIT Second Round, Joyce Center $BB&T Classic Championship, MCI Center, Washington, D.C. % NIT First Round, Joyce Center

Turnovers Turnovers Opponent Date 34 @ Kentucky 1-6-1994 32 @ UCLA 2-5-1995 32 vs. Xavier 1-17-1976 31 vs. Hofstra 1-15-1995 30 @ LaSalle 1-8-1994 29 vs. Texas 12-23-1993 29 @ Pittsburgh 1-13-1976 29 @ Ohio State 12-4-1972 28 @ Indiana 11-30-1999 28 vs. Georgetown 2-10-1999 The modern era of college basketball begins in 1937-38, when there was no longer a jump ball after a score. Rebounds became an official statistic in the 1950-51 season. Freshman became eligible in 1972. The three-point line was added for the 1986-87 season. Assists became an official statistic in the 1983-84 season. Steals became an official statistic in the 1985-86 season. Blocks became an official statistic in the 1985-86 season.

Single Game (BIG EAST) Points Points Game Date 116 @ Georgetown 2-9-2002 103 @ Syracuse 1-30-2007 103 @ Providence 2-21-2009 102 @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 101 @ Boston College 1-25-2003 98 @ Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 98 @ DePaul 3-2-2008 97 @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 95 @ Seton Hall 2-6-2008 94 @ Providence 2-23-2011 94 vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008

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Field Goals Made Md. Att. Game Date 38 68 @ DePaul 3-2-2008 36 65 vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 35 72 vs. West Virginia 2-20-2002 35 72 @ Providence 2-21-2009 35 67 @ DePaul 12-31-2008 35 65 vs. Louisville 2-12-2009 35 64 @ Seton Hall 2-6-2008 34 61 @USF 2-12-2011 34 51 vs. Pittsburgh 1-30-2002 34 59 vs. Pittsburgh 12-5-1999 34 83 @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 Field Goals Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 83 34 @ Pittsburgh 1-04-2006 82 31 @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 76 28 vs. Connecticut 2-24-2003 76 27 @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 76 25 vs. Connecticut 1-24-2009 75 28 vs. Georgetown 1-21-2002 75 24 vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2001 75 32 vs. DePaul 2-2-2008 73 26 @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 73 27 vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 73 30 @ Connecticut 2-13-2008 Field Goal Percentage Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date .667 (34-51) vs. Pittsburgh 1-30-2002 .635 (33-52) vs. Providence 1-30-1999 .619 (26-42) vs. Pittsburgh 1-22-2000 .617 (29-47) @ Rutgers 2-14-2001 .615 (32-52) @ Seton Hall 2-6-1999 .608 (31-51) vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 .605 (26-43) vs. Boston College 1-12-2000 .592 (29-49) @ Providence 12-8-1998 .589 (33-56) vs. Rutgers 2-8-2006 .585 (31-53) @ West Virginia 1.16.98

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3-Point Field Goals Made Md. Att. Game Date 20 32 vs. Villanova 2-28-2011 17 37 @ St. Johns* 3-6-2004 17 34 @ Louisville 2-4-2006 15 28 @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 15 34 @ Villanova 1-17-2007 14 23 vs. Pittsburgh 1-22-2000 14 23 vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 14 26 @ West Virginia 2-1-2006 14 29 @ Pittsburgh 2-12-2005 14 34 vs. Providence 2-23-2000 14 36 @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 14 25 vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 37 17 @ St. Johns* 3-6-2004 36 14 @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 34 17 @ Louisville 2-4-2006 34 15 @ Villanova 1-17-2007 34 14 vs. Providence 2-23-2000 34 13 vs. St. Johns 1-15-2005 34 13 vs. Syracuse* 3-8-2007 34 12 vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 34 11 vs. Georgetown 1-24-2006 33 13 @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempts) Game Date Pct. (Md-Att.) .700 (7-10) vs. Connecticut 2-17-1998 .684 (13-19) vs. Syracuse 1-21-1998 .650 (13-20) @ Cincinnati 2-18-2007 .636 (7-11) vs. Providence 2-21-1996 .636 (7-11) vs. Boston College 1-12-2000 .625 (20-32) vs. Villanova 2-28-2011 .609 (14-23) vs. Pittsburgh 1-22-2000 .609 (14-23) vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 .600 (6-10) vs. St. Johns 2-5-2001 .583 (7-12) vs. Rutgers 1-23-1999 .571 (12-21) vs. Syracuse 3-1-2000 .571 (8-14) vs. Seton Hall 1-10-2009 Free Throws Made Md. Att. Game Date 35 44 vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 34 42 vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 33 38 vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2006 31 42 @ Boston College 1-25-2003 30 36 @ Syracuse 1-30-2007 30 43 vs. Pittsburgh 2-13-1996 29 37 vs. Villanova 1-27-2007 28 36 vs. Marquette 1-22-2011 28 37 vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 28 32 vs. Seton Hall 1-10-2009

Free Throws Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 44 35 vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 43 30 vs. Pittsburgh 2-13-1996 42 31 @ Boston College 1-25-2003 42 34 vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 41 26 vs. West Virginia 2-11-1997 38 33 @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 38 27 @ Villanova 1-26-2008 37 29 vs. Villanova 1-27-2007 37 28 vs. DePaul 1-23-2010 37 21 vs. Seton Hall 1-22-1997 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts) Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date 1.000 (19-19) vs. Villanova 1-8-2005 .957 (22-23) vs. Rutgers 1-14-2003 .938 (15-16) vs. Georgetown 1-5-2009 .923 (24-26) vs. Seton Hall 2-24-1996 .923 (12-13) @ Marquette 1-20-2006 .917 (11-12) @ West Virginia 1-19-2005 .905 (19-21) @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 .909 (10-11) vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 .900 (9-10) @ Rutgers 1-30-2010 .900 (9-10) @ Connecticut 3-11-2004 .900 (18-20) vs. Pittsburgh 2-21-2008 Assists Asst. Game Date 28 vs. Pittsburgh 1-5-1999 28 vs. West Virginia 2-20-2002 27 @ DePaul 3-2-2008 26 vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 25 vs. Cincinnati 2-4-2010 25 vs. St. Johns* 3-7-2002 25 vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 25 @ Louisville 2-28-2008 24 vs. Syracuse 1-21-1998 24 vs. Rutgers 1-11-1998 24 vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 24 vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 Rebounds Rbd. Game Date 56 @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 55 @ Seton Hall 1-17-1998 53 vs. Seton Hall 2-24-1996 53 vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2001 51 @ Georgetown 3-4-2000 51 vs. West Virginia 1-29-2003 50 @ Rutgers 2-14-2002 49 vs. West Virginia 1-29-1996 49 vs. Providence 2-22-1997 49 vs. West Virginia 2-20-2002 49 @ Seton Hall 2-6-2008 49 @ Rutgers 2-17-2008

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Steals Steals Game Date 16 vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 14 vs. Georgetown 2-25-1998 13 @ Syracuse 1-18-1997 13 @ Miami (Fla.) 1-9-1999 12 vs. Rutgers 1-20-1996 12 @ Villanova 2-8-2000 11 vs. Pittsburgh 2-13-1996 11 vs. West Virginia 2-21-1999 11 @ Syracuse 1-16-2000 11 @ St. Johns 1-23-2007 11 vs. Pittsburgh 1-16-2001 11 vs. Georgetown 3-4-2001 Blocks Blocks Game Date 11 vs. Pittsburgh 1-16-2001 10 @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 9 @ Rutgers 2-14-2002 9 vs. Rutgers 1-14-2003 8 @USF 2-12-2011 8 vs. Boston College 2-28-1999 8 vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 8 vs. Boston College 2-21-2001 8 @ Connecticut* 3-11-2004 8 @ West Virginia 1-19-2005 8 vs. South Florida 1-21-2007 8 vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008 Turnovers TO Game Date 28 vs. Georgetown 2-10-1999 27 @ Miami (Fla.) 1-9-1999 26 vs. Connecticut 2-8-1997 26 @ Villanova 2-8-2000 25 @ Rutgers 12-2-1995 24 vs. Providence 2-21-1996 24 @ Georgetown 1-7-1997 24 vs. West Virginia 2-21-1999 @ Marquette 1-12-2008 24 23 @ Providence 12-7-1996 23 @ Syracuse 1-18-1997 23 @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 23 @ Miami (Fla.) 2-15-1998 23 vs. Villanova 1-7-1999 23 vs. Seton Hall* 3-3-1999

Single Game (Mike Brey Era)

Points Points Opponent Date Final Score 116 @ Georgetown (4 OT) 2-9-2002 116-111 108 vs. Northern Illinois 12-8-2007 108-62 107 vs. Loyola (Chicago) 11-22-2000 107-68 104 vs. Sacred Heart 11-18-2000 104-58 103 vs. Providence 2-21-2009 103-84 103 @ Syracuse 1-30-2007 103-91 -26-

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12-2-2008 12-14-2002 2-18-2006 12-22-2009 1-25-2003 12-28-2006

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Fewest Points Points Opponent Date Final Score 41 vs. Washington State@+ 3-22-2008 41-61 48 vs. North Carolina State* 11-26-2005 48-61 48 @ Georgetown 1-6-2007 48-66 50 vs. Old Dominion+ 3-18-2010 50-51 50 vs. Pittsburgh^ 3-11-2010 50-45 50 @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 50-61 51 vs. West Virginia^ 3-12-2010 51-53 51 @ Syracuse 1-14-2002 51-56 54 @ St. John’s 1-16-2011 54-72 54 vs. Pittsburgh^ 3-7-2001 54-66 54 vs. Charleston Southern 11-26-2004 54-38 54 @ Georgetown 1-23-2005 54-55 55 vs. Valparaiso# 1-4-2003 55-53 55 @ Pittsburgh 1-6-2003 55-72 + NCAA Tournament * John R. Wooden Tradition, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind. ^ BIG EAST Tournament, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. # At United Center, Chicago, Ill.

Margin of Victory Margin Opponent Date Final Score 50 vs. Rider 12-29-2006 101-51 48 vs. Long Island 12-29-2000 97-49 46 vs. Sacred Heart 11-18-2000 104-58 46 vs. New Hampshire 11-16-2001 99-53 46 vs. Northern Illinois 12-08-2007 108-62 45 vs. Winston-Salem State 11-29-2006 90-45 44 vs. IUPUI 11-18-2002 89-45 43 vs. IPFW 11-10-2006 92-49 43 vs. Monmouth 11-16-2007 76-33 41 vs. Army 12-21-2006 88-47 Margin of Defeat Margin Opponent Date Final Score 26 @ UCLA 2-7-2009 63-89 26 @Marquette 1-12-2008 66-92 22 @ Marquette 1-10-2011 57-79 20 vs. Washington State# 3-22-2008 41-61 19 @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 74-93 19 @Georgetown 1-19-2008 65-84 18 @ St. John’s 1-16-2011 54-72 18 @ Villanova 1-27-2010 72-90 18 @ Georgetown 1-6-2007 48-66 17 vs. Villanova 3-2-2009 60-77 17 @ Pittsburgh 1-6-2003 55-72 17 vs. Arizona* 3-27-2003 71-88 16 @ Connecticut 2-26-2001 59-75 #NCAA Second Round, Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo. * NCAA Third Round, Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, Calif.

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Field Goals Made FG Opponent Date Final Score 42 vs. Canisius 12-19-2000 99-71 40 vs. New Hampshire 11-16-2001 95-53 38 vs. Indiana# 11-24-2008 88-50 38 vs. Hawaii-Pacific 11-23-2001 98-58 38 @ DePaul 2-2-2008 98-91 37 vs. Bucknell 12-22-2009 101-69 37 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 102-76 36 vs. Furman 11-30-2008 93-61 36 vs. Loyola (Chicago) 11-22-2000 107-68 36 vs. Long Island 12-29-2000 97-49 36 vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 98-76 36 vs. Northern Illinois 12-8-2007 108-62 #Maui Invitational, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina. Hawai’i

Field Goals Attempted Atts. Opponent Date Final Score 83 @ Pittsburgh (2 OT) 1-4-2006 97-100 vs. Connecticut (OT) 2-21-2006 74-75 82 79 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 102-76 78 vs. North Carolina# 11-26-2008 87-102 78 vs. New Hampshire 11-16-2001 95-53 76 vs. Connecticut 1-24-2009 61-69 76 @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 74-93 76 vs. Duke* 3-16-2002 77-84 76 vs. Connecticut 2-24-2003 79-87 75 vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2001 64-74 75 vs. Georgetown 1-21-2002 73-83 75 vs. DePaul 2-2-2008 89-80 #Maui Invitational, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina. Hawai’i * NCAA Second Round, BI-LO Center, Greensville, S.C.

Three-Point Field Goals Made FG Opponent Date Final Score 20 vs. Villanova 2-28-2011 93-72 19 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 102-76 17 vs. St. John’s 3-6-2004 89-62 17 @ Louisville (OT) 2-4-2006 86-89 16 vs. Loyola (Chicago) 11-22-2000 107-68 15 vs. North Carolina# 11-26-2008 87-102 vs. Army 12-21-2006 88-47 15 15 vs. Stony Brook 12-30-2006 95-66 15 @ Villanova 1-17-2007 87-102 14 vs. North Florida 11-14-2009 86-65 14 vs. Furman 11-30-2008 93-61 14 vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 89-72 14 @ Pittsburgh 2-12-2005 66-68 14 @ Pittsburgh (2 OT) 1-4-2006 97-100 14 @ West Virginia 2-1-2006 70-71 14 vs. Northern Illinois 12-8-2007 108-62 14 vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008 94-87 #Maui Invitational, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina. Hawai’i

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Atts. Opponents Date Final Score 37 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 102-76 37 vs. St. John’s 3-6-2004 89-62 36 vs. North Carolina# 11-26-2008 87-102

36 35 34 34 34 34 34

@ Pittsburgh (2 OT) vs. Furman vs. Syracuse vs. St. John’s vs. Georgetown (2 OT) @ Louisville (OT) @ Villanova

1-4-2006 11-30-2008 3-4-2003 1-15-2005 1-24-2006 2-4-2006 1-17-2007

97-100 93-61 88-92 67-66 82-85 86-89 87-102

#Maui Invitational, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina. Hawai’i

Field Goal Percentage Pct. Opponent Date Final Score .667 vs. Pittsburgh 1-30-2002 89-76 .643 vs. Loyola (Chicago) 11-22-2000 107-68 .633 vs. Xavier* 3-16-2001 83-71 .621 vs. Northern Illinois 12-8-2007 108-62 .617 @ Rutgers 2-14-2001 81-59 .608 vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 87-80 .607 vs. Bucknell 12-22-2009 101-69 .600 vs. DePaul 12-14-2002 102-71 .589 vs. Rutgers 2-8-2006 90-63 .583 vs. Canisius 12-19-2000 99-71 .583 vs. Lafayette^ 11-14-2006 92-60 * NCAA First Round, Kemper Arena, Kansas City, Mo. ^ NIT Season Tip-Off, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind.

Worst Field Goal Percentage Pct. Opponent Date Final Score .245 vs. Washington State! 3-22-2008 41-61 .290 vs. Mississippi* 3-18-2001 56-59 .297 @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 50-61 .308 @ Georgetown 1-6-2007 48-66 .311 @ Marquette 12-1-2003 58-71 .315 vs. Providence 2-24-2004 59-73 .317 vs. Northwestern 11-27-2009 58-72 .317 @ Pittsburgh 1-6-2003 55-72 .318 vs. Connecticut^ 3-11-2004 58-66 .320 vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2001 64-74 .323 vs. St. John’s 1-15-2005 67-66 *NCAA Second Round, Kemper Arena, Kansas City, Mo. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ! NCAA Second Round, Pepsi Arena, Denver, Colo.

Best First Halves Points Opponent Date Final Score 62 vs. Georgia Southern 11-12-2010 98-61 62 vs. Loyola (Chicago) 11-22-2000 107-68 61 @ Syracuse 1-30-2007 103-91 60 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 102-76 57 vs. Sacred Heart 11-18-2000 104-58 57 vs. Northern Illinois 12-8-2007 108-62 56 vs. Rider 12-28-2006 101-51 55 vs. IPFW 11-10-2006 92-49 53 vs. Providence 12-30-2009 93-78 53 vs. Youngstown State 11-24-2007 87-75 52 vs. Chicago State 11-17-2010 102-62 52 vs. Maine 11-22-2010 97-72 52 vs. Canisius 12-22-2002 93-75 52 vs. Providence 1-14-2006 92-77 * BB & T Classic, Washington D.C.

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Worst First Halves Points Opponent Date Final Score 17 vs. Connecticut 3-3-2010 58-50 18 vs. Penn State# 3-31-2009 59-67 18 vs. West Virginia^ 3-11-2009 62-74 19 @ St. John’s 1-16-2011 54-72 19 @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 50-61 19 vs. Washington State! 3-22-2008 41-61 20 vs. West Virginia^ 3-12-2010 51-53 20 vs. North Carolina State* 11-26-2005 48-61 21 vs. California$ 11-26-2010 57-44 21 @ West Virginia 1-9-2002 67-64 21 @ Pittsburgh 1-12-2002 56-53 21 vs. Villanova 1-27-2007 66-63 22 vs. Wisconsin$ 11-28-2010 58-51 ^ BIG EAST Tournament, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. #NIT, New York, N.Y. (MSG) * Wooden Tradition, Indianapolis, Ind. ^ Nokia Sugar Bowl Basketball Classic, New Orleans, La. ! NCAA Second Round, Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo. $ Old Spice Classic, Disney Wide World of Sports, Orlando, Fla.

Best Second Halves Points Opponent Date Final Score 64 vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 98-76 64 vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 91-74 58 @ Louisville 2-28-2008 85-90 57 vs. Tennessee-Chatt.* 11-24-2001 97-84 56 vs. Furman 11-30-2008 93-61 55 vs. Colgate 12-30-2001 92-61 54 @ Providence 2-21-2009 103-84 54 vs. DePaul 12-14-2002 102-71 54 vs. St. John’s^ 3-12-2003 80-83 53 vs. Louisville 2-12-2009 90-57 53 vs. Alabama# 12-27-2001 76-79 * Hawaii Thanksgiving Classic, Blaisdell Center Arena, Honolulu, Hawai’i ^ BIG EAST First Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. # Nokia Sugar Bowl Classic, New Orleans Arena, New Orleans, La.

Worst Second Halves Points Opponent Date Final Score vs. Kentucky$ 12-8-2010 58-72 18 18 vs. Pittsburgh 3-11-2010 50-45 19 vs. Valparaiso* 1-4-2003 55-53 21 vs. Illinois^ 3-22-2003 68-60 22 vs. Old Dominion% 3-18-2010 50-51 22 vs. Washington State! 3-22-2008 41-61 23 @ Georgetown 1-6-2007 48-66 23 @ Villanova 1-26-2005 60-65 23 vs. Harvard 11-19-2004 66-59 25 @ Syracuse 1-1-2011 58-70 25 vs. West Virginia 1-9-2010 70-68 25 @ Marquette 3-6-2010 ot63-60 25 @ Georgetown 1-23-2005 54-55 25 @ Pittsburgh 1-6-2003 55-72 26 vs. Louisville 3-11-2011 ot77-83 26 @ Cincinnati 1-16-2010 58-60 26 vs. Pittsburgh 2-7-2004 58-66 26 @ Syracuse 1-14-2002 51-56 -28-

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11-18-2007 1-5-2008

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Assists Assists Opponent Date Final Score 28 vs. Bucknell 12-22-2009 101-69 28 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 102-76 28 vs. Hawaii-Pacific* 11-23-2001 98-58 28 vs. Monmouth* 11-25-2001 85-48 28 vs. West Virginia 2-20-2002 89-76 28 vs. Long Island 11-12-2007 82-50 27 vs. Northern Illinois 12-8-2007 108-62 27 @ DePaul 3-2-2008 98-91 26 vs. Canisius 12-22-2002 93-75 26 vs. Virginia Tech 2-22-2003 98-76 25 vs. Cincinnati 2-4-2010 83-65 25 vs. Delaware St. 12-20-2008 88-50 25 vs. USC Upstate 11-16-2008 94-58 * Hawaii Thanksgiving Classic, Blaisdell Center Arena, Honolulu, Hawai’i

Blocks Blocks Opponent Date Final Score 19 vs. Belmont 11-17-2002 76-48 13 vs. IUPUI 11-18-2002 89-45 12 vs. Loyola (Chicago) 11-22-2000 107-68 11 vs. Pittsburgh 1-16-2001 74-58 10 vs. IUPUI 12-9-2009 93-70 10 @ Cincinnati 11-25-2000 69-51 10 @Seton Hall 1-8-2001 76-78 10 vs. Colgate 12-30-2001 92-61 10 vs. Texas* 12-8-2002 98-92 10 vs. Mount St. Mary’s 11-29-2003 78-64 *BB&T Classic, MCI Center, Washington, D.C.

Steals Steals Opponent Date Final Score 26 vs. New Hampshire 11-16-2001 99-53 16 vs. Army 11-28-2001 86-49 16 vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 72-74 15 vs. Indiana# 11-24-2008 88-50 15 vs. Harvard 11-19-2004 66-59 15 vs. Lafayette 11-14-2006 92-60 15 vs. North Carolina State* 11-26-2005 48-61 14 vs. Liberty 11-22-2009 91-72 14 vs. Maryland^ 12-3-2006 81-74 14 vs. Army 12-19-2004 71-52 14 vs. Belmont 11-17-2002 76-48 14 vs. Furman 11-25-2002 75-50 14 vs. South Dakota 12-2-2008 102-76 14 vs. Albany 11-30-2002 90-55 #Maui Invitational, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina. Hawai’i * John R. Wooden Tradition, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind. ^ BB&T Classic, MCI Center, Washington, D.C.

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Rebounds Rebs Opponents Date Final Score 56 @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 76-78 55 vs. Elon 12-16-2006 94-63 55 vs. Tennessee Tech 12-17-2000 82-68 54 vs. IPFW 11-10-2006 92-49 54 vs. Canisius 12-19-2000 99-71 54 vs. Brown 12-29-2007 87-54 53 vs. Kennesaw State^ 11-24-2009 80-62 53 vs. Seton Hall 2-18-2001 64-74 52 vs. Northern Illinois 12-8-2007 108-62 51 vs. Vermont 12-21-2000 96-86 51 vs. West Virginia 1-29-2003 88-69 50 vs. DePaul* 12-1-2001 82-55 50 vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 89-72 ^ Chicago Invitational * At United Center, Chicago, Ill.

Fewest Rebounds Rebs Opponents Date Final Score 20 vs. American 12-21-2003 78-74 22 vs. West Virginia! 3-12-2010 51-53 22 vs. Pittsburgh* 3-11-2010 50-45 22 @ Miami (OH) 12-8-2001 70-69 23 @Pittsburgh 1-24-2011 56-51 23 vs. Georgetown 2-16-2005 70-64 24 @ St. John’s 1-16-2011 54-72 25 vs. DePaul 12-11-2004 73-84 25 vs. Rutgers 1-6-2001 87-80 25 vs. Pittsburgh* 3-7-2001 54-66 26 @ Villanova 1-17-2007 87-102 26 vs. Pittsburgh 2-9-2003 66-64 26 vs. Saint Louis^ 3-22-2004 77-66 26 vs. Miami (OH) 12-9-2000 64-73 26 @ Connecticut 2-21-2005 74-88 ! BIG EAST Semifinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. * BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. ^ NIT Second Round, Indiana Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, Ind.

Free Throws Attempted Atts. Opponents Date Final Score 45 vs. Columbia 12-23-2005 75-68 44 @ Canisius 12-22-2001 84-73 44 vs. Georgetown (2 OT) 2-1-2003 93-92 43 vs. DePaul 12-14-2002 102-71 42 vs. Portland 12-19-2006 86-69 42 @ Boston College (OT) 1-25-2003 101-96 42 vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 91-74 38 vs. Elon 12-16-2006 94-63 38 @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 102-91 38 vs. Sacred Heart 11-18-2000 104-58 38 @ Villanova 1-26-2008 90-80

34 vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008 91-74 33 @ Seton Hall 2-18-2006 102-91 31 @ Boston College (OT) 1-25-2003 101-96 30 @ Syracuse 1-30-2007 103-91 30 vs. Elon 12-16-2006 94-63 30 vs. Holy Cross* 3-15-2005 73-78 * NIT First Round, Joyce Center, Notre Dame, Ind.

Free Throw Percentage Pct. Opponent Date Final Score 1.000 (19-19) vs. Villanova 1-8-2005 78-72 1.000 (5-5) vs. Illinois* 3-22-2003 68-60 1.000 (4-4) vs. Pittsburgh^ 3-7-2001 54-66 1.000 (2-2) @ West Virginia 2-1-2006 70-71 .957 (22-23) vs. Rutgers 1-14-2003 68-57 .950 (19-20) vs. Mount St. Mary’s 11-29-2003 78-64 .947 (18-19) vs. Winston-Salem St. 11-29-2006 90-45 .938 (15-16) vs. Georgetown 1-5-2009 73-67 .923 (12-13) @ Miami (OH) 12-8-2001 70-69 .923 (12-13) vs. Charlotte# 3-14-2002 82-63 .923 (12-13) @ Marquette 1-20-2006 65-67 .923 (12-13) vs. Washington State! 3-22-2008 41-61 *NCAA Second Round, RCA Dome, Indianapolis, Ind. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. # NCAA First Round, Bi-Lo Center, Greensville, S.C. ! NCAA Second Round, Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo.

Rebound Differential Diff. Opponent Date Final Score 31 vs. Chicago State 11-17-2010 102-62 29 vs. Brown 12-29-2007 87-54 28 vs. Monmouth^ 11-16-2007 76-33 26 vs. IPFW 11-10-2006 92-49 25 vs. Elon 12-16-2006 94-63 25 vs. Northern Illinois 12-8-2007 108-62 24 @ West Virginia% 2-18-2003 56-55 23 vs. Savannah St. 12-22-2008 81-49 23 vs. Army 12-21-2006 88-47 22 vs. Kennesaw State& 11-24-2009 80-62 22 vs. Winston-Salem State 11-29-2006 90-45 & Chicago Invitational, Notre Dame, Ind. %BIG EAST Second Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY * Hawaii Thanksgiving Classic, Blaisdell Center Arena, Honolulu, Hawaii ^ Paradise Jam, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands

Free Throws Made FT Opponents Date Final Score 39 vs. DePaul 12-14-2002 102-71 35 @ Canisius 12-22-2001 84-73 35 vs. Georgetown (2 OT) 2-1-2003 93-92 34 vs. Portland 12-19-2006 86-69 -29-


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Opponent Team Records Single Game (BIG EAST) * - big east Tournament (madison square garden) Points Points Game Date 102 @ Villanova 1-17-2007 101 vs. Connecticut 1-12-1999 100 @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 96 @ Boston College 1-25-2003 95 @ Rutgers 3-1-2003 93 @ Providence 2-23-2011 93 vs. Villanova 1-7-1999 93 @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 93 @ Pittsburgh 1-31-2009 93 @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 92 vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 92 vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 92 @ Marquette 1-12-2008 Field Goals Made Md. Att. Game Date 41 73 vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 38 78 @ Boston College 1-25-2003 37 68 @ Providence 2-23-2011 37 67 @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 35 62 vs. Syracuse 1-17-2004 34 60 @ Villanova 1-17-2007 34 63 vs. Rutgers 1-11-1998 34 64 @ Connecticut 2-21-2005 34 65 @ DePaul 12-31-2008 34 68 @ Villanova 1-16-1999 34 69 @ St. Johns 2-27-2002 34 73 @ Marquette 1-12-2008 34 70 vs. DePaul 2-2-2008 34 80 @ Louisville 1-12-2009 Field Goals Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 87 28 @ Georgetown 1-7-1997 82 33 vs. Syracuse 2-24-2008 80 34 @ Louisville 1-12-2009 80 19 vs. Connecticut 2-8-1997 78 38 @ Boston College 1-25-2003 78 31 vs. Syracuse* 3-8-2007 78 30 @ Georgetown 3-8-2003 78 29 @ Pittsburgh 12-6-1997 76 31 vs. Providence 12-30-2009 76 25 vs. St. Johns* 3-7-2002 76 30 @ West Virginia 1-16-1998 Field Goal Percentage Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date .569 (33-58) vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 .568 (25-44) @ Georgetown 1-6-2007 .567 (34-60) @ Villanova 1-17-2007 .565 (35-62) vs. Syracuse 1-17-2004 .562 (41-73) vs. Syracuse 3-4-2003 -30-

.561 (32-57) .560 (28-50) .556 (30-54) .552 (37-67) .544 (37-68) .550 (33-60) .540 (27-50)

vs. Villanova vs. Villanova vs. Connecticut @ Syracuse @ Providence @ Seton Hall vs. Syracuse

1-28-1998 1-6-2002 2-12-2000 1-17-2009 2-23-2011 2-11-2010 1-21-1998

3-Point Field Goals Made Md. Att. Game Date 16 23 @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 16 28 vs. Villanova 1-7-1999 14 23 vs. Pittsburgh 1-22-2000 14 27 @ Syracuse 1-16-2000 14 34 vs. Providence 2-23-2000 13 35 vs. West Virginia 2-2-2000 13 28 @ Louisville 2-4-2006 13 22 @ Rutgers 1-18-2000 12 17 @ Marquette 1-10-2011 12 19 @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 12 27 vs. West Virginia 1-9-2010 12 22 vs. Villanova 1-28-1998 12 22 vs. Providence 2-23-2000 12 30 @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 12 30 @ West Virginia 2-1-2006 12 31 vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 12 33 vs. West Virginia 2-11-1997 12 24 @ Marquette 1-12-2008 12 25 vs. Marquette 2-9-2008 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 37 12 vs. West Virginia 1-9-2010 36 8 vs. Boston College 1-12-2000 35 13 vs. West Virginia 2-2-2000 34 10 @ Miami (Fla.) 2-23-2002 33 12 vs. West Virginia 2-11-1997 33 8 vs. Providence 1-31-2008 31 12 vs. Syracuse 1-11-2006 12 @ Seton Hall 1-8-2001 30 30 12 @ West Virginia 2-1-2006 30 10 @ Louisville 1-12-2009 29 7 vs. St. Johns 1-29-2000 29 6 @ Virginia Tech 2-24-2001 29 6 vs. Cincinnati 1-15-2008

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3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempts) Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date .714 (5-7) @ Seton Hall 2-5-2003 .706 (12-17) @ Marquette 1-10-2011 .700 (7-10) vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 .696 (16-23) @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 .667 (8-12) vs. Connecticut 2-17-1998 .667 (6-9) vs. Georgetown 2-25-1998 .632 (12-19) @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 .619 (13-21) vs. Providence 1-14-2006 .611 (11-18) vs. Boston College 1-11-1997 .611 (11-18) vs. St. Johns 2-5-2001 .611 (11-18) @ Rutgers 3-1-2003 .591 (13-22) @ Rutgers 1-18-2000 Free Throws Made Md. Att. Game Date 35 40 @ Louisiville 2-17-2010 32 35 @ Connecticut 1-12-1999 31 41 @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 30 46 @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 29 39 vs. Seton Hall* 3-3-1999 28 34 @ Seton Hall 2-18-1997 27 37 @ Rutgers 12-2-1995 27 31 @ Syracuse* 3-6-1996 27 33 @ Rutgers 2-5-1998 26 34 vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 25 30 @ Pittsburgh 1-13-1996 Free Throws Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 46 30 @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 44 24 @ Miami (Fla.) 1-23-1996 41 31 @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009 40 35 @ Louisville 2-17-2010 39 29 vs. Seton Hall* 3-3-1999 37 27 @ Rutgers 12-2-1995 35 32 @ Connecticut 1-12-1999 35 23 @ Boston College 1-9-1996 35 18 @ Connecticut 1-3-1998 34 28 @ Seton Hall 2-18-1997 34 26 vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 34 21 @ Villanova 2-8-2000 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts) Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date 1.000 (11-11) @ Connecticut 3-5-2011 .944 (17-18) vs. Miami (Fla.) 1-25-2000 .933 (14-15) vs. Rutgers 2-8-2006 .923 (12-13) @ Connecticut* 3-11-2004 .917 (11-12) @ Rutgers 1-20-1996 @ Connecticut 1-12-1999 .914 (32-35) .913 (21-23) vs. Seton Hall 1-14-2007 .900 (18-20) @ Syracuse* 3-5-1997 .875 (35-40) @ Louisville 2-17-2010 .871 (27-31) @ Syracuse* 3-6-1996 .867 (13-15) vs. Connecticut 3-3-2010 .867 (13-15) vs. Rutgers 1-11-1998 .857 (18-21) @ Georgetown 2-9-2002

.857 (12-14) .857 (24-28) .857 (24-28)

vs. Providence vs. St. Johns @ Villanova

2-21-1996 12-30-1997 1-17-2007

Assists Asst. Game Date 30 @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 26 vs. Villanova 1-7-1999 24 @ Syracuse 1-16-2000 23 @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 23 @ Syracuse 3-2-1996 23 @ Villanova 1-16-1999 23 @ Georgetown 3-4-2000 23 @ Miami (Fla.) 2-23-2002 23 vs. Connecticut 1-30-2005 23 vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 23 vs. Providence 2-15-2007 23 @ Marquette 1-12-2008 Rebounds Rbd. Game Date 59 @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 57 @ Georgetown 1-7-1997 56 @ Connecticut 1-3-1998 56 @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 54 vs. Georgetown 1-21-2002 54 vs. Connecticut 1-24-2009 53 vs. Connecticut 2-8-1997 53 @ Connecticut* 3-11-2004 53 vs. Georgetown 3-4-2001 52 vs. Villanova 1-14-1997 52 vs. Syracuse* 3-8-2007 52 vs. West Virginia* 3-11-2009 Steals Steals Game Date 24 vs. Georgetown 2-10-1999 17 vs. West Virginia 2-21-1999 17 @ Marquette 1-12-2008 16 @ Villanova 1-16-1999 15 @ Providence 2-28-1998 15 @ Miami (Fla.) 1-9-1999 14 vs. St. Johns 2-4-1997 14 @ Georgetown 2-7-1998 14 vs. Pittsburgh 1-22-2000 14 @ Seton Hall 2-6-2008

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Blocks Blocks Game Date 19 @ Connecticut 2-21-2006 13 @ Connecticut 2-17-1996 13 @ Connecticut 2-28-2009 12 vs. Connecticut 1-5-2008 11 @ Connecticut 1-2-2010 10 @ Marquette 1-20-2006 10 @ Connecticut 2-21-2004 10 @ Villanova 1-16-1999 9 @ Connecticut 2-21-2005 9 @ Providence 2-19-2005 9 @ Syracuse 2-16-2004 9 vs. Connecticut 2-9-2004 9 @ Rutgers 1-31-2004 9 vs. Connecticut 2-24-2003 9 vs. Georgetown 2-1-2003 9 @ Georgetown 2-9-2002 9 vs. Rutgers 2-6-2002 9 vs. Georgetown 2-4-2001 9 @ Seton Hall 2-6-1999 9 @ Syracuse 1-17-2009 9 @ Louisville 1-12-2009 Turnovers Date TO Game 23 vs. Villanova 1-6-2002 22 vs. Rutgers 1-20-1996 22 vs. St. Johns 2-4-1997 22 @ Miami (Fla.) 1-9-1999 22 vs. Syracuse 1-23-2001 20 @ Syracuse 1-18-1997 20 @ Pittsburgh 1-6-2003 19 vs. Pittsburgh 2-13-1996 19 vs. Providence 2-21-1996 19 vs. Syracuse 1-21-1998 19 @ St. Johns* 3-7-2002 19 @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 19 @ St. Johns 1-23-2000

Single Game Points Points Game Date 122 @ Indiana 1-2-1962 121 vs. Iowa* 3-14-1970 120 @ Illinois 1-28-1966 115 @ Purdue 2-19-1962 114 @ Butler 2-23-1970 114 @ UCLA 12-23-1967 113 @ Kentucky 12-28-1975 112 @ Purdue 1-21-1964 111 @ Georgetown (4 OT) 2-9-2002 111 vs. Duke^ 11-26-1998 *NCAA Consolation Game, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio ^Great Alaskan Shootout, Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, Alaska

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Field Goals Made Md. Att. Game Date 51 91 @ Indiana 1-2-1962 50 84 @ UCLA 12-22-1971 49 89 @ UCLA 12-23-1967 48 76 @ South Carolina 2-28-1972 47 84 vs. Houston* 3-20-1971 46 81 @ Illinois 1-28-1966 45 84 @ Butler 2-23-1970 44 96 @ Indiana 12-4-1963 44 93 @ West Virginia 2-20-1971 44 86 @ NYU 2-17-1966 *NCAA Consolation Game, Koch Arena, Wichita, Kan.

Field Goals Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 102 41 @ Creighton 1-11-1964 102 36 vs. Ball State 12-4-1964 101 29 vs. Detroit 1-12-1963 98 41 @ Duke 2-20-1965 98 39 @ Purdue 1-21-1964 97 38 @ Kentucky 12-29-1964 96 44 @ Indiana 12-4-1963 96 43 @ UCLA 1-3-1970 96 42 vs. Detroit 1-13-1964 96 31 vs. St. Norbert 12-7-1965 Field Goal Percentage Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date .765 (13-17) @ Kentucky 12-29-1981 .750 (24-32) vs. Kentucky 12-1-1982 .714 (25-35) @ Georgetown* 3-19-1989 .714 (40-56) vs. Syracuse 1-21-1989 .674 (31-46) vs. South Carolina 1-20-1979 .660 (29-44) @ North Carolina 1-26-1986 .654 @ North Carolina^ 3-19-1987 (34-52) .643 (36-56) vs. Duke 11-26-1998 .643 (36-56) vs. Creighton 2-18-1991 .643 (36-56) vs. Virginia 1-6-1982 *NCAA Third Round, Meadowlands, East Rutherford, N.J. ^NCAA Second Round, Providence Civic Center, Providence, R.I.

3-Point Field Goals Made Md. Att. Game Date 16 28 vs. Villanova 1-7-1999 16 23 @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 15 20 vs. Duke 11-26-1998 14 33 vs. LaSalle 1-23-1993 14 27 @ Syracuse 1-16-2000 14 25 @ Texas 12-8-2002 14 23 vs. UCLA 2-27-2005 14 19 vs. Lehigh 11-27-2007 13 19 St. Francis (Pa.) 11-16-2009 13 37 vs. St. Francis 12-27-1998 13 35 vs. West Virginia 2-2-2000 13 33 @ Dayton 2-9-1993 13 31 @ Oregon 12-28-1994 13 22 @ Rutgers 1-18-2000

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3-Point Field Goals Attempted Att Md. Game Date 37 12 vs. West Virginia 1-9-2010 37 13 vs. St. Francis 12-27-1998 37 12 @ Syracuse 2-15-1992 36 12 vs. Xavier* 3-20-2000 36 8 vs. Boston College 1-12-2000 35 13 vs. West Virginia 2-2-2000 35 12 vs. Tennessee Tech 12-17-2000 34 9 vs. Georgia^ 11-25-2010 34 10 @ Miami (FL) 2-23-2002 33 14 vs. LaSalle 1-23-1993 33 13 @ Dayton 2-9-1993 33 12 vs. West Virginia 2-11-1997 33 7 vs. Niagra 12-21-2005 *NIT Second Round, Joyce Center ^ Old Spice Classic

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date .750 (15-20) vs. Duke 11-26-1998 .737 (14-19) vs. Lehigh 11-27-2006 .706 (12-17) @ Marquette 1-10-2011 .696 (16-23) @ Pittsburgh 1-29-1997 .684 (13-19) St. Francis (Pa.) 11-16-2009 .632 (12-19) @ Seton Hall 2-11-2010 .625 (10-16) @ Missouri 3-4-1991 .611 (11-18) vs. St. John’s 2-5-2001 .611 (11-18) vs. Boston College 1-11-1997 .609 (14-23) vs. UCLA 2-27-2005 .591 (13-22) @ Rutgers 1-18-2000 .588 (10-17) vs. Creighton 11-26-2002 .588 (10-17) vs. Providence 1-29-1994 .588 (10-17) @ Evansville 3-9-1992 .588 (10-17) vs. Georgia Tech^ 11-19-2007 ^ Paradise Jam, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands

Free Throws Made Md. Att. Game Date 37 50 @ Indiana 12-7-1993 37 43 @ Georiga Tech 2-25-1989 36 43 @ Butler 12-3-1990 36 39 @ Missouri 2-2-1982 35 42 @ Lafayette 1-4-1988 33 37 @ Marquette 12-9-1989 32 41 @ Butler 2-15-1995 32 37 vs. Duke* 3-25-1978 32 35 @ Connecticut (HCC)^ 1-12-1999 31 45 vs. Detroit 1-13-1966 31 41 @ Cincinnati 2-4-2009

46 30 44 34 44 32 43 37 43 36 43 34 43 28 43 25 43 24 43 22

@ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 @ Indiana 12-20-1970 vs. Wisconsin 12-5-1955 @ Georgia Tech 2-25-1989 @ Butler 12-3-1990 vs. Purdue* 1-21-1964 vs. Louisville (OT) 2-26-1994 @ USC 12-11-1993 vs. Texas^ 12-23-1993 @ Louisville 1-7-1995

*Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Ft. Wayne, Ind. ^Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawaii

Free Throw Percentage Pct. (Md.-Att.) Game Date 1.000 (11-11) @ Connecticut 3-5-2011 1.000 (12-12) vs. TCU* 3-48-1987 .958 (23-24) vs. Michigan State 2-6-1961 .944 (17-18) vs. Miami (FL) 1-25-2000 .937 (15-16) vs. LSU^ 1-20-1990 .933 (14-15) vs. Butler 1-9-1968 .929 (13-14) vs. Brown 1-30-1979 .923 (36-39) @ Missouri 1-2-1982 .923 (12-13) @ UCLA 2-3-1985 ..916 (11-12) vs. Connecticut 1-4-2011 .914 (32-35) @ Connecticut 1-12-1999 .913 (21-23) vs. Seton Hall 1-14-2007 .913 (21-23) @ Butler 1-18-1993 *NCAA Second Round, Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, N.C. ^Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La.

Assists Assists Game Date 30 @ Pittsburgh 1-4-2006 26 vs. Villanova 1-7-1999 26 @ Missouri 3-4-1991 24 vs. Nicholls State 12-23-1996 24 @ UCLA 12-8-1990 23 @ Seton Hall^ 3-10-2010 23 vs. Providence 2-15-2007 23 vs. Pittsburgh 3-5-2005 23 vs. Connecticut 1-30-2005 23 @ Miami (FL) 2-23-2002 23 @ Villanova 1-16-1999 23 @ Miami (OH) 12-11-1999 23 @ Syracuse 3-2-1996 23 vs. Kentucky 2-12-1995 23 @ Marquette 1-12-2008 ^ BIG EAST Second Round, Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.

*NCAA National Semifinal, Checkerdome, Saint Louis, Mo. ^Hartford Civic Center, Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, Conn.

Free Throws Attempted Att. Md. Game Date 51 38 @ Butler 2-9-1966 50 37 @ Indiana 12-7-1993 45 31 vs. Detroit 1-13-1966

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Turnovers Turnovers Opponent Date

40 vs. Western Michigan 12-6-1971 37 vs. Lafayette 1-16-1979 37 vs. Valparaiso 12-2-1975 35 @ St. Louis 12-8-1973 35 @ West Virginia 12-29-1969 32 vs. St. Francis 12-27-1978 32 vs. St. Joseph’s (IN) 2-17-1975 32 @ Georgetown 1-15-1974 31 vs. Prairie View A&M 12-10-1987 31 vs. Fordham 2-11-1986 31 vs. St. Joseph’s (IN) 11-25-1983 31 vs. Air Force 2-10-1975 31 @ Valparaiso 12-1-1973

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BIG EAST Season Leaders

Wins 1. 14 2010-11 14 2007-08 3. 11 2006-07 11 2001-02 11 2000-01 5. 10 2009-10 10 2002-03 7. 9 2004-05 9 2003-04 9. 8 1999-00 Winning Percentage 1. (14-4) .777 2010-11 (14-4) .777 2007-08 3. (11-5) .688 2006-07 (11-5) .688 2001-02 (11-5) .688 2000-01 5. (10-6) .625 2002-03 6. (9-7) .563 2004-05 (9-7) .563 2003-04 8. (10-8) .556 2009-10 9. (8-8) .500 1999-00 Field Goals Made 1. 684 2003-04 2. 503 2007-08 3. 493 2008-09 4. 454 1998-99 5. 446 2009-10 6. 442 1995-96 7. 434 1997-98 8. 433 1996-97 9. 430 2010-11 10. 426 2005-06 426 2001-02 Field Goal Attempts 1. 1148 2008-09 2. 1108 2007-08 3. 1028 1995-96 4. 994 2009-10 5. 991 1997-98 6. 983 2001-02 983 1996-97 8. 975 2002-03

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1998-99 2005-06

Field Goal Percentage 1. .469 1998-99 2. .468 2010-11 3. .454 2007-08 4. .447 2000-01 5. .446 2009-10 6. .444 1999-00 7. .442 2005-06 8. .440 1996-97 9. .438 1997-98 10. .437 2006-07 Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 172 2005-06 2. 155 2004-05 3. 152 2008-09 2007-08 4. 147 5. 143 2010-11 6. 134 2009-10 134 2002-03 2003-04 8. 133 9. 132 2006-07 10. 127 1999-00 Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 1. 417 2005-06 2. 391 2008-09 3. 385 2004-05 4. 371 2003-04 5. 368 2002-03 6. 361 2007-08 7. 354 2010-11 8. 350 2009-10 9. 348 2006-07 10. 334 1999-00 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage 1. .412 2005-06 2. .407 2007-08 3. .404 2010-11 3. .403 2004-05 4. .389 2008-09 5. .383 2009-10 6. .380 1999-00 7. .379 2006-07 8. .364 2002-03 9. .361 2000-01 10. .358 2003-04 Free Throws Made 1. 301 2009-10 2. 295 2007-08 295 2002-03 295 1996-98 2010-11 4. 287 5. 279 2000-01

6. 263 1998-99 7. 262 1997-98 8. 259 2006-07 9. 238 2001-02 238 1999-00 Free Throws Attempted 1. 435 1996-97 2. 408 2009-10 3. 404 2010-11 4. 400 2000-01 5. 395 1997-98 6. 392 2007-08 7. 386 1998-99 8. 384 2002-03 9. 370 1995-96 10. 352 2006-07 Free Throw Percentage 2002-03 1. .768 2. .753 2007-08 3. .740 2004-05 4. .738 2009-10 5. .736 2006-07 6. .730 1999-00 7. .721 2008-09 8. .712 2005-06 9. .710 2010-11 10. .698 2000-01 Personal Fouls 1. 400 1995-96 2. 372 1996-97 3. 337 1997-98 4. 305 2008-09 5. 299 1998-99 6. 293 2009-10 7. 290 2006-07 8. 280 1999-00 9. 279 2001-02 10. 273 2005-06 Steals 1. 136 1996-97 2. 132 1998-99 3. 122 1999-00 4. 116 1995-96 5. 115 1997-98 6. 112 2006-07 7. 106 2001-02 8. 103 2002-03 9. 102 2007-08 10. 101 2000-01

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Blocks 1. 93 2000-01 2. 72 2002-03 3. 67 2007-08 67 2004-05 5. 65 2001-02 6. 61 1996-97 7. 59 2006-07 59 2003-04 9. 58 2010-11 10. 52 1998-99 Points 1. 1448 2007-08 2. 1350 2008-09 3. 1327 2009-10 4. 1290 2010-11 5. 1259 2005-06 6. 1257 2002-03 7. 1254 1996-97 8. 1247 1998-99 9. 1229 1997-98 10. 1212 1995-96 Scoring Average 1. 80.4 2007-08 2. 78.7 2005-06 3. 78.6 2002-03 4. 75.2 2006-07 5. 75.1 2000-01 6. 75.0 2008-09 7. 74.9 2001-02 8. 73.7 2009-10 9. 71.7 2010-11 10. 70.2 2003-04 Scoring Margin 1. +5.3 2006-07 +5.3 2000-01 3 +4.8 2010-11 4. +4.6 2007-08 5. +3.7 2001-02 6. +2.3 2005-06 7. +2.1 2002-03 8. +2.0 2009-10 +2.0 2003-04 10. +0.2 2004-05

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BIG EAST Conference Records Notre Dame Records Most Points, Half – 64 (2nd) vs. Cincinnati on Jan. 15, 2008 (Notre Dame 91, Cincinnati 74) 64 (2nd) vs. Virginia Tech on Feb. 22, 2003 (Notre Dame 98, Virginia Tech 76) Most Points, Game – 116 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (Notre Dame 116, Georgetown 111 4OT) Most Points, Home Game – 98 vs. Virginia Tech on Feb. 22, 2003 (Notre Dame 98, Virginia Tech 76) Most Points, Road Game – 116 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (Notre Dame 116, Georgetown 111 4OT) Most Points, Losing Effort – 97 at Pittsburgh on Jan. 4, 2006 (Pittsburgh 100, Notre Dame 97) Most Points, Both Teams – 227 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (Notre Dame 116, Georgetown 111 4OT) Fewest Points, Half – 16 at Rutgers on Jan. 18, 2000 (Rutgers 76, Notre Dame 51) Fewest Points, Game – 48 at Georgetown on Jan. 6, 2007 (Georgetown 66, Notre Dame 48) Fewest Points, Home Game – 49 vs. Miami on Jan. 25. 2000 (Miami 63, Notre Dame 49) Fewest Points, Road Game – 48 at Georgetown on Jan. 6, 2007 (Georgetown 66, Notre Dame 48) Fewest Points, Winning Effort – 56 at Pittsburgh on Jan. 12, 2002 (Notre Dame 56, Pittsburgh 53) 56 at West Virginia on Feb. 18, 2003 (Notre Dame 56, West Virginia 55) 56 at Pittsburgh on January 24, 2011 (Notre Dame 56, Pittsburgh 51) Fewest Points, Both Teams – 107 at Miami on Feb. 26, 2000 (Miami 55, Notre Dame 52) 107 at Syracuse on Jan. 14, 2002 (Syracuse 56, Notre Dame 51) 107 at Pittsburgh on January 24, 2011 (Notre Dame 56, Pittsburgh 51)

Largest Margin of Victory – 33 vs. Louisville on Feb. 12, 2009 (Notre Dame 90, Louisville 57) Largest Margin of Defeat – 31 vs. Villanova on Jan. 7, 1999 (Villanova 93, Notre Dame 62) 31 at Connecticut on Jan. 17 1999 (Connecticut 101, Notre Dame 70) Most Field Goals Made – 41 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (attempted: 94) Most Field Goals Attempted – 94 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (made: 41) Highest Field Goal Percentage – .667 (34-51) vs. Pittsburgh on Jan. 30, 2002 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made – 20 vs. Villanova on February 28, 2011 (attempted 32) Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted – 37 at St. John’s on March 6, 2004 (made: 17) Highest 3-Point Field Goal Pct. – .700 (7-10) vs. Connecticut on Feb. 17, 1998 Consecutive Games with a 3-Point Field Goal – 210 from Jan. 16, 1999 to Current Most Free Throws Made – 35 vs. Georgetown on Feb. 1, 2003 (attempted 44) Most Free Throws Attempted – 44 vs. Georgetown on Feb. 1, 2003 (made: 35) Highest Free Throw Percentage – 1.000 (19-19) vs. Villanova on Jan. 8, 2005 Most Rebounds – 64 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 Most Assists – 28 vs. Pittsburgh on Jan. 5, 1999 28 vs. West Virginia Feb. 20, 2002 Fewest Turnovers – 4 vs. Connecticut on Feb. 9, 2004 4 at Connecticut on Feb. 21, 2006 Most Turnovers – 28 vs. Georgetown on Feb. 10, 1999 Most Blocked Shots – 11 vs. Pittsburgh on Jan. 16, 2001 Most Steals – 14 vs. Georgetown on Feb. 25, 1998 Most Fouls – 32 at Miami on Jan. 2, 1996 -37-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Opponents Records Most Points, Half – 60 (2nd) at DePaul on March 2, 2008 (Notre Dame 98, DePaul 91) Most Points, Game – 111 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (Notre Dame 116, Georgetown 111 4OT) Most Points, Home Game – 111 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (Notre Dame 116, Georgetown 111 4OT) Most Points, Road Game (at JACC)– 93 vs. Villanova on Jan. 7, 1999 (Villanova 93, Notre Dame 62) Most Points, Losing Effort – 111 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (Notre Dame 116, Georgetown 111 4OT) Most Points, Both Teams – 227 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (Notre Dame 116, Georgetown 111 4OT) Fewest Points, Half – 14 at Pittsburgh on Jan. 12, 2002 (Notre Dame 56, Pittsburgh 53) Fewest Points, Game – 48 vs. Georgetown on March 4, 2004 (Notre Dame 61, Georgetown 48) Fewest Points, Home Game – 51 at Pittsburgh on Jan. 24, 2011 (Notre Dame 56, Pittsburgh 51) Fewest Points, Road Game (at JACC)– 48 vs. Georgetown on March 4, 2004 (Notre Dame 61, Georgetown 48) Fewest Points, Winning Effort – 55 at Miami on Feb. 26, 200 (Miami 55, Notre Dame 52) 55 at Georgetown on Jan. 23, 2005 (Georgetown 55, Notre Dame 54) Fewest Points, Both Teams – 107 at Pittsburgh on January 24, 2011 (Notre Dame 56, Pittsburgh 51) 107 at Miami on Feb. 26, 2000 (Miami 55, Notre Dame 52) 107 at Syracuse on Jan. 14, 2002 (Syracuse 56, Notre Dame 51) Largest Margin of Victory – 31 vs. Villanova on Jan. 7, 1999 (Villanova 93, Notre Dame 62) 31 at Connecticut on Jan. 17 1999 (Connecticut 101, Notre Dame 70) -38-

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Post-season Tournament Records NCAA Tournament

Most Field Goals Made – 41 vs. Syracuse on March 4, 2003 (attempted: 73)

NCAA Totals Overall record in 31 appearances Won 31. Lost 35 (.470)

Most Field Goals Attempted – 96 at Georgetown on Feb. 9, 2002 (made: 40)

In Final Four action Won 0, Lost 2 (.000)

Highest Field Goal Percentage – .569 (33-58) vs. Pittsburgh on March 5, 2005

In Regional action Won 9, Lost 19 (.321)

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made – 16 at Pittsburgh on Jan. 29, 1997 (attempted: 23)

In First/Second Round action Won 22, Lost 13 (.628)

Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted – 36 vs. Boston College on Jan. 12, 2000 (made: 8) Highest 3-Point Field Goal Pct. – .714 (5-7) at Seton Hall on Feb. 5, 2003 Consecutive Games with a 3-Point Field Goal – 290 from Dec. 2, 1995 to Current Most Free Throws Made – 32 at Connecticut on Jan. 12, 1999 (attempted: 45) Most Free Throws Attempted – 46 at Pittsburgh on Jan. 4, 2006 (made: 30) Highest Free Throw Percentage – 1.000 (11-11) vs. Connecticut on March 5, 2011 1.000 (8-8) vs. West Virginia on Feb. 2, 2000 Most Rebounds – 59 at Connecticut on Feb. 21, 2004 Most Assists – 30 at Pittsburgh on Jan. 4, 2006 Fewest Turnovers – 3 vs. Connecticut on March 5, 2011 3 vs. Marquette on Jan. 26, 2009 Most Turnovers – 23 vs. Villanova on Jan. 6, 2002 Most Blocked Shots – 19 at Connecticut on Feb. 21, 2006 Most Steals – 24 at Georgetown on Feb. 10, 1999 Most Fouls – 33 vs. West Virginia on Feb. 11, 1997

Single Game (Team) Most Points 118 vs. Vanderbilt, 1974 112 vs. Ohio, 1970 108 vs. Austin Peay, 1974 Fewest Points 41 vs. Washington State, 2008 50 vs. BYU, 1981 54 vs. James Madison, 1981 Winning Margin 42 (108-66) vs. Austin Peay, 1981 33 (94-61) vs. Tennessee Tech, 1958 30 (112-82) vs. Ohio, 1970 30 (118-88) vs. Vanderbilt, 1974 Losing Margin 33 (56-89) vs. Kentucky, 1958 20 (41-61) vs. Washington State, 2008 17 (71-88) vs. Arizona, 2003 Most Points In a Loss 106 (106-121) vs. Iowa, 1970 106 (106-121) vs. Houston, 1971 99 (99-109) vs. Kentucky, 1970 Most Field Goals 50 vs. Austin Peay, 1974 49 vs. Vanderbilt, 1974 46 vs. Ohio, 1970 Fewest Field Goals 13 vs. Washington State, 2008 18 vs. Mississippi, 2001 19 vs. Florida State, 2011 20 vs. Penn State, 1953 20 vs. James Madison, 1951 Most FG Attempts 102 vs. Houston, 1971 97 vs. Iowa, 1970 95 vs. Tennessee Tech, 1958

Fewest FG Attempts 38 vs. BYU, 1981 40 vs. TCU, 1987 45 vs. North Carolina, 1985 Highest FG Percentage 66.7% vs. North Carolina, 1977 63.8% vs. Oregon State, 1985 63.3 % vs. Xavier, 2001 Lowest FG Percentage 24.5% vs. Washington State, 2008 28.2% vs. Kentucky, 1958 29.0%vs. Mississippi, 2001 Highest FG%/Half 77.3% (2nd) vs. Oregon State, 1985 75.0% (2nd) vs. North Carolina, 1977 70.0% (2nd) vs. Xavier, 2001 Lowest FG%/Half 21.2% (2nd) vs. Mississippi, 2001 24.0% (2nd) vs. Washington State, 2008 25.0% (1st) vs. Washington State, 2008 Most Points/Half 64 (2nd) vs. Iowa, 1974 59 (2nd) vs. Houston, 1965 58 (2nd) vs. Ohio, 1970 Fewest Points/Half 18 (1st) vs. Virginia, 1990 19 (1st) vs. Washington State, 2008 21 (2nd) vs. Illinois, 2003 Most Free Throws Made 35 vs. Kansas, 1975 32 vs. Pittsburgh, 1957 30 vs. Indiana, 1958 Fewest Free Throws Made 2 vs. Old Dominion, 2010 5 vs. Illinois, 2003 7 vs. Cincinnati, 1976 7 vs. Virginia, 1990 7 vs. George Mason, 2008 Most FT Attempts 50 vs. Kansas, 1975 41 vs. Pittsburgh, 1957 37 vs. Indiana, 1954 37 vs. Indiana, 1958 Fewest FT Attempts 3 vs. Old Dominion, 2010 5 vs. Illinois, 2003 8 vs. Cincinnati, 1976 9 vs. Virginia, 1990

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Highest FT Percentage 100% vs. Illinois, 2003 95.2% vs. Vanderbilt, 1974 94.1% vs. Georgetown, 1989

Fewest Assists 1 vs. Miami (OH), 1969 2 vs. Tennessee, 1979 5 vs. Cincinnati, 1979

Most FT Attempts 38 by Indiana, 1954 38 by Houston, 1965 38 by Houston, 1971

Lowest FT Percentage 30.8% vs. Winthrop, 2007 53.8% vs. North Carolina, 1985 56.8% vs. Indiana, 1954

Most Blocked Shots 7 vs. Xavier, 2001 6 vs. Duke, 2002 6 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2003

Highest FG Percentage 71.4% by Georgetown, 1989 65.4% by North Carolina, 1987 62.3% by Arkansas-Little Rock, 1986

Most 3-Point Field Goals 13 vs. Illinois, 2003 10 vs. Arizona, 2003 10 vs. Charlotte, 2002

Fewest Blocked Shots 0 vs. Missouri, 1980 0 vs. James Madison, 1981 0 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 1986

Highest FT Percentage 100% by TCU, 1987 89.5% by North Carolina, 1977 86.5% by Duke, 1978

Fewest 3-Point Field Goals 0 vs. SMU, 1988 1 vs. Middle Tennessee State, 1987 2 vs. Virginia, 1990 2 vs. Mississippi, 2001

Most Steals 13 vs. Austin Peay, 1974 12 vs. Utah, 1978 10 vs. Winthrop, 2007 10 vs. Oregon State, 1985

Most Rebounds 66 by Michigan State, 1957 63 by Drake, 1971 60 by Kentucky, 1958

Most 3-Point Attempts 30 vs. Florida State, 2011 26 vs. Old Dominion, 2010 26 vs. Charlotte, 2002 24 vs. Illinois, 2003 23 vs. Arizona, 2003

Fewest Steals 0 vs. Maryland, 1975 1 vs. Virginia, 1990 4 vs. Florida State, 2011 3, Five times

Fewest 3-Point Attempts 2 vs. Middle Tennessee State, 1987 4 vs. SMU, 1988 4 vs. Virginia, 1990 Highest 3-Point Percentage 60% vs. Vanderbilt, 1989 54.2%vs. Illinois, 2003 53.8% vs. TCU, 1987 Lowest 3-Point Percentage 0% vs. SMU, 1988 14.3% vs. Mississippi, 2001 17.6% vs. Washington State, 2008

Most Fouls 31 vs. Cincinnati, 1975 28 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 1986 27 vs. Houston, 1965 27 vs. Georgetown, 1989 Fewest Fouls 11 vs. Akron, 2011 13, Four times Most DQ’s 3 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 1986 2, Nine times Single Game (Opponent)

Most Rebounds 83 vs. Tennessee Tech, 1958 59 vs. Houston, 1965 59 vs. Houston, 1971

Most Points 121 by Iowa, 1970 119 by Houston, 1971 109 by Kentucky 1970

Fewest Rebounds 18 vs. TCU, 1987 22 vs. Virginia, 1990 23 vs. North Carolina, 1985

Most Field Goals 52 by Iowa, 1970 47 by Houston, 1971 43 by Kentucky, 1970

Rebound Margin 44 vs. Tennessee Tech, 1958 19 vs. Houston, 1965 15 vs. Vanderbilt, 1989

Most FG Attempts 98 by Iowa, 1970 94 by Ohio, 1970 91 by Michigan State, 1957

Most Assists 30 vs. Austin Peay, 1974 25 vs. TCU, 1971 21 vs. Charlotte, 2002

Most Free Throws 32 by Duke, 1978 29 by Indiana, 1953 27 by Houston, 1965

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Most Fouls 39 by Kansas, 1975 29 by Tennessee, 1979 28 by Houston, 1965 Team (Tournament) Most Points 408, 1978 (5 games) 317, 1970 (3 games) 294, 1974 (3 games) Most Field Goals 162, 1978 (5 games) 130, 1970 (3 games) 128, 1974 (3 games) Most Free Throws 82, 1957 (3 games) 79, 1978 (5 games) 69, 1953 (3 games) Individual Records (Career) Points Scored 289, Austin Carr (1969, 70, 71, 7 games) 203, Adrian Dantley (1974, 75, 76, 8 games) 155, Kelly Tripucka (1978, 79, 80, 81, 11 games) Field Goals Made 117, Austin Carr (1969, 70, 71, 7 games) 79, Adrian Dantley (1974, 75, 76, 8 games) 71, Kelly Tripucka (1978, 79, 80, 81, 11 games) Free Throws Made 57, Adrian Dantley (1974, 75, 76, 8 games) 55, Austin Carr (1969, 70, 71, 7 games) 46, Kelly Tripucka (1978, 79, 80, 81, 11 games) Rebounds 86, Collis Jones (1969, 70, 71, 7 games) 66, Adrian Dantley (1974, 75, 76, 8 games)

64, John Smyth (1957, 3 games)

Assists 45, Rich Branning (1977, 78, 79, 10 games) 36, Jackie Meehan (1969, 70, 71, 7 games) 27, Chris Thomas (2002, 03, 4 games) Individual (Tournament) Points Scored 158, Austin Carr (1970, 3 games) 125, Austin Carr (1971, 3 games) 92, Adrian Dantley (1975, 3 games) Field Goals 101, Austin Carr (1971, 3 games) 68, Austin Carr (1970, 3 games) 29, Kelly Tripucka (1978, 5 games) Free Throws 34, Adrian Dantley (1975, 3 games) 29, Austin Carr (1971, 3 games) 28, Kelly Tripucka (1979, 3 games) Rebounds 64, John Smyth (1957, 3 games) 49, Collis Jones (1971, 3 games) 37, Bill Laimbeer (1978, 5 games) Assists 26, Rich Branning (1978, 5 games) 18, Jackie Meehan (1971, 3 games) 18, Chris Thomas (2003, 3 games)

Individual Points Scored 61, Austin Carr (1970 vs. Ohio) 52, Austin Carr (1970 vs. Kentucky) 52, Austin Carr (1971 vs. TCU) Field Goals 25, Austin Carr (1970 vs. Ohio) 22, Austin Carr (1970 vs. Kentucky) 20, Austin Carr (1971 vs. TCU) Field Goal Attempts 44, Austin Carr (1970 vs. Ohio) 39, Austin Carr (1970 vs. Iowa) 35, Austin Carr (1970 vs. Kentucky) Free Throws 15, Adrian Dantley (1975 vs. Kansas) 13, Austin Carr (1971 vs. Houston) 12, Dick Rosenthal (1953 vs. Penn) Free Throw Attempts 21, Adrian Dantley (1975 vs. Kansas) 17, Austin Carr (1971 vs. Houston) 14, Dick Rosenthal (1953 vs. Penn)

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Rebounds 23, John Smyth (1957 vs. Pittsburgh) 22, Collis Jones (1971 vs. Houston) 22, Luke Harangody (2008 vs. Washington State) Assists 17, Jackie Meehan (1970 vs. Ohio) 9, David Rivers (1988 vs. SMU) 7, Chris Thomas (2002 vs. Charlotte) Opponent (Single Game) Points Scored 44, Dan Issel (1970 for Kentucky) 39, Gary Garland (1978 for DePaul) 38, Poo Welch (1971 for Houston) Field Goals 17, Dan Issel (1970 for Kentucky) 15, Gregory Kelser (1979 for Michigan State) 13, Mike Gminski (1978 for Duke) Field Goal Attempts 35, Rick Laurel (1977 for Houston) 32, Campy Russell (1974 for Michigan) 31, Fly Williams (1974 for Austin Peay) Free Throws 14, Howard Komives (1963 for Bowling Green) 12, Jim Spanarkel (1978 for Duke) 11, John Crotty (1990 for Virginia) Free Throw Attempts 18, Poo Welch (1971 for Houston) 15, A. Dees (1958 for Indiana) 14, Dan Issel (1970 for Kentucky) Rebounds 27, Johnny Green (1957 for Michigan State) 20, Nate Thurmond (1963 for Bowling Green) 16, Brian Cook (2003 for Illinois) Assists 13, Magic Johnson (1979 for Michigan State) 12, Kenny Smith (1987 for North Carolina) 12, Larry Drew (1980 for Missouri)

National Invitation Tournament Individual Single Game Points 39, Elmer Bennett (1992 vs. Virginia) 39, Chris Thomas (2004 vs. St. Louis) Field Goals 13, Bob Arnzen (1968 vs. St. Peter’s) Field Goals Att. 24, Elmer Bennett (1992 vs. Virginia) Free Throws 12, Tim Kempton (1984 vs. Boston College) 12, Troy Murphy(2000 vs. Michigan) Free Throws Att. 14, Tim Kempton(1984 vs. Boston College) 14, Troy Murphy(2000 vs. Michigan) Rebounds 17, LaPhonso Ellis (1992 vs. Manhattan) Assists 13, Elmer Bennett (1992 vs. Manhattan) -42-

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13, Admore White (1997 vs. Michigan)

Series Player Points 100, Troy Murphy (2000, 5 games) Field Goals 38, John Shumate (1973, 4 games) Free Throws 39, Troy Murphy (2000, 5 games) Rebounds 64, LaPhonso Ellis (1992, 5 games) Team Points 349 (2000, 5 games) Field Goals 128 (1973, 4 games) Free Throws 100 (2000, 5 games) Career Points 110, Troy Murphy (2000, 5 games) Field Goals 38, John Shumate (1973, 4 games) Free Throws 39 Troy Murphy (2000, 5 games) Rebounds 64, LaPhonso Ellis (1992, 5 games) Team Single Game Points 91 (1973 vs. Virginia Tech) 39 (1973 vs. Virginia Tech) Field Goals Field Goals Att. 79 (1973 vs. Virginia Tech) Free Throws 34 (1984 vs. Boston College) Free Throws Att. 39 (1984 vs. Boston College) Field Goal Pct. .583 (21-36) (2000 vs. Brigham Young) Free Throw Pct. .889 (16-18) (2000 vs. Brigham Young) 48 (1997 vs. TCU) Rebounds Personal Fouls 27 (1983 vs. Northwestern) Opponent Individual Single Game Points 35, Larry Newbold (1968 for Long Island) Field Goals 14, Larry Newbold (1968 for Long Island) Field Goals Att. 33, Don May (1968 for Dayton) 10, Pete O’Dea (1968 for St. Peter’s) Free Throws 10, Bryant Stith (1992 for Virginia) Free Throws Att. 12, Peter O’Dea (1968 for St. Peter’s) 17, Dan Obrovac (1968 for Dayton) Rebounds Assists 9, Travis Conlan (1997 for Michigan) Opponent Team Single Game Points 92 (1973 by Virginia Tech) 42 (1973 by Virginia Tech) Field Goals Field Goals Att. 88 (1973 by Virginia Tech) 19 (1983 by Northwestern) Free Throws 19 (1984 by Michigan) Free Throws Att. 28 (1983 by Northwestern) Field Goal Pct. .561 (32-57) (1984 by Michigan) Free Throw Pct. .833 (10-12) (2009 by Kentucky) 51 (1997 by TCU) Rebounds Personal Fouls 28 (1973 by Southern California) NIT Totals Overall in eleven appearances - Won 26, Lost 11 (.700)

Austin Carr

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Though more than 30 years have passed since legendary Notre Dame guard Austin Carr played his final game in an Irish uniform, he still remains the school’s all-time leading scorer with 2,560 points from 1968-71. Carr earned national player of the year honors as a senior in 1970-71 from both the Associated Press and United Press International. He still ranks as the most prolific scorer in the history of the NCAA basketball tournament with a 41.3-point average in seven NCAA games. His NCAA tournament singlegame record of 61 points versus Ohio University in 1970 also still stands. In addition, Carr has posted three of the top five scoring performances in tournament history while still holding six NCAA tournament marks. A three-year starter at guard, the Washington, D.C., product and Mackin High School standout averaged 22.0 points for the Irish as a sophomore, 38.1 as a junior and 37.9 as a senior, helping the Irish to NCAA tournament appearances each of those seasons. Carr finished second nationally in scoring as both a junior and senior and his career 34.6 scoring mark ranks second all-time. The first player chosen by the Cavaliers in the 1971 National Basketball Association draft, Carr made the NBA allrookie team in ’72. He finished with 10,473 career points, playing 11 seasons. A ’71 Notre Dame graduate in economics, Carr currently is the director of business and community development for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Career STats

1968-69 Date Opponent FG-FGA FT-FTA Reb Pts 12.3 at Kings College 7-17 6-8 6 20 12.7 UCLA 10-22 6-7 3 26 12.11 Wisconsin 11-23 0-1 5 22 12.14 at St. Louis 13-21 4-5 2 30 12.16 Minnesota 7-19 4-7 4 18 12.21 Indiana 10-22 6-7 7 26 12.28 @Kentucky 11-20 1-2 4 23 12.30 !American 8-20 5-5 6 21 Missed 11 games with broken foot 2.11 Michigan St. 4-14 1-1 3 9 2.15 Utah State 8-19 9-10 12 25 2.17 at Butler 13-20 2-3 6 28 2.20 NYU (at MSG) 10-17 5-6 9 25 2.25 Valparaiso 15-19 2-2 4 32 3.1 at St. John’s 8-15 10-12 5 26 3.3 Creighton 7-20 2-3 5 16 3.8 $Miami (OH) 1-6 4-6 3 6 Totals 143-294 67-85 84 353

@at Louisville, Ky.; ! at Baltimore, Md,; $NCAA Tournament at Carbondale, Ill.

1969-70 Date Opponent FG-FGA 12.1 at Minnesota 13-27 12.3 Michigan 14-24 12.6 at Valparaiso 17-25 12.10 Northern Illinois 14-24 11-23 12.13 St. Louis 12.15 Kansas 11-20 12.20 at Indiana 13-29 12.27 @Kentucky 20-27 12.29 *West Virginia 11-26 12.30 *South Carolina 19-24 1.3 at UCLA 12-28 1.7 Fordham 11-17 1.10 Villanova 15-30 1.14 DePaul 20-29 1.17 at Duquesne 12-21 1.20 at Michigan St. 14-24 1.31 at Illinois 13-20 2.4 St. Peter’s 20-34 2.7 Marquette 14-25 2.10 St. John’s 12-26 2.14 at Detroit 7-18

FT-FTA 5-7 9-9 5-7 14-18 7-8 3-3 4-4 3-4 5-6 5-5 0-0 7-7 3-4 11-17 11-16 11-13 10-13 4-4 10-15 9-9 7-7

Reb 10 12 6 12 4 6 10 4 5 6 7 8 10 7 10 11 5 16 8 9 6

Pts 31 37 39 42 29 25 30 43 27 43 24 29 33 51 35 39 36 44 38 53 21 -43-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 2.16 Tulane 2.19 at NYU 2.21 West Virginia 2.23 at Butler 2.28 at Dayton 3.7 $Ohio U 3.12 &Kentucky 3.14 &Iowa Totals

22-35 9-19 20-37 22-44 10-25 25-44 22-35 21-39 444-799

9-9 9 12-15 11 15-18 13 6-7 12 11-13 4 11-14 6 8-8 8 3-4 10 218-264 240

53 30 55 50 31 61 52 45 1106

1970-71 Date Opponent FG-FGA 12.1 at Michigan 15-43 12.5 South Carolina 12-18 12.10 at Northwestern 14-24 12.12 at St. Louis 10-21 21-39 12.15 Indiana 12.29 @Kentucky 21-32 12.31 Santa Clara 15-32 1.2 Minnesota 20-34 1.10 at Air Force 14-30 1.12 at Marquette 10-21 1.14 Detroit 15-32 1.18 at Duquesne 13-36 1.23 UCLA 17-30 1.26 Michigan State 15-21 1.30 at Illinois 11-34 2.6 Creighton 15-23 2.8 Butler 15-27 2.11 at Villanova 13-29 2.13 at DePaul 15-28 2.15 Valparaiso 17-24 2.18 at Fordham 12-21 2.20 at West Virginia 18-30 2.23 NYU 1 8-39 2.27 at St. John’s 9-18 3.1 Dayton 17-30 3.4 W. Michigan 10-26 3.13 #TCU 20-34 3.18 ^Drake 11-27 3.20 ^Houston 17-40 Totals 430-843

FT-FTA Reb 8-8 13 3-4 3 5-8 4 3-3 5 12-14 12 8-10 8 13-16 8 5-5 6 6-8 5 2-4 4 17-19 10 5-6 10 12-16 4 6-7 10 1-1 7 8-11 7 6-7 11 11-13 5 6-8 10 12-15 8 5-6 3 11-15 10 9-10 9 14-16 4 13-16 4 11-14 7 12-15 6 4-5 8 13-17 12 241-297 214

Pts 38 27 33 23 54 50 43 45 34 22 47 31 46 36 23 38 36 37 36 46 29 47 45 32 47 31 52 26 47 1101

@ at Louisville, Ky.; *Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans, La.; $NCAA Tournament at Dayton, Ohio; & NCAA Tournament at Columbus, Ohio

@at Louisville, Ky.; # NCAA Tournament at Houston, Texas; ^ NCAA Tournament at Wichita, Kan.

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Notes: Had 22 double doubles in his career as a guard… had double figures in made field goals in 55 of his last 58 games over two years…played exactly 29 games each of his last two years, his season total was just five total points different (1106 as junior, 1101 as senior) in those two seasons… had at least 20 points in every game his junior and senior year, 58 in a row…had two games in his 74-game career in which he failed to score in double figures, the Feb. 11, 1969, game was the first game back after suffering a broken foot in practice in early January, the other was the NCAA Tournament game of March 8 when he re-broke the foot in the game against Miami (OH)…had at least 20 points in 70 of his 74 Notre Dame game

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Notre Dame Fieldhouse When the wrecking ball swung into memory-laden old Notre Dame Fieldhouse on March 12, 1983, basketballcrazy Irish alumni winced at the blow. “Like a good friend, you hate to see the passing of it,” said Dick Rosenthal, former Notre Dame athletic director and a former Irish captain who played on squads that were 26-3 in the building labeled “The Snakepit” by opposing coaches. For 63 seasons, before the opening of the Joyce Center in 1968, the fieldhouse was an almost insurmountable opponent even before the Irish stepped on the floor. Lined from floor to rafters with raucous, rowdy and, above all, vocal Notre Dame students, the old building provided the home team with 474 victories and gave upgrudgingly-just 91 defeats. “The coaches used to fear coming in here. It was impossible,” said Ed “Moose” Krause, the former Notre Dame athletic director who, as an Irish scoring star and coach from the ’30s to the ’50s, was 66-12 in the fieldhouse. “If you happened to have on a Notre Dame uniform, you found the crowd warm and friendly,” said Rosenthal. “But if you happened to be wearing anything but white or gold, it didn’t seem so friendly. When they say ‘The blood was on the bricks,’ it was more of a reality than a euphemism.” The original fieldhouse was finished in 1898. It burned nearly to the ground two years later, but Notre Dame legend has it that the Rev. Andrew Morrissey, then University president, called a meeting to discuss building a fireproof replacement even before the embers stopped smouldering. It was completed within months. Early in the century, basketball was played on a clay court that had to be rolled and watered daily, but in 1925 — using the proceeds from the 1925 Rose Bowl, the final appearance together of the fabled Four Horsemen — the university built an addition with a wooden basketball floor. You could shoehorn 5,000 to 6,000 people in there,” “ said Rosenthal, a 1954 graduate. “Spectators started virtually two feet out from courtside and completely surrounded the place. About 80 or 90 percent of them were students, who were always a bit partisan. We found it a very attractive place to play.” Legendary Kentucky coach Adolph Rupp didn’t find it terribly attractive, Krause remembers Rupp was incensed after a 1948 game there, when the Irish scored a 64-55 upset of a Wildcat team that went on to earn a 36-3 record, a collegiate championship and an Olympic gold medal. I was coaching at the time,” said Krause. “Rupp said “ there was no way you can win at Notre Dame. He said the band was right behind him and he couldn’t hear the whistle blow, and he couldn’t even talk to his players. Right across the way, he said, were 300 black robes —  the priests. He said it was impossible.” Rupp swore never to return to the fieldhouse, and kept his word. The Wildcats avoided South Bend until

December of ’82, when they visited the Joyce Center, an extremely noisy gym that University old-timers say suffers by comparison with the decibel level in the fieldhouse. When the Joyce Center was finished, Krause, still in the athletic director’s chair, wanted to use the fieldhouse for intramurals. But Notre Dame administrators were determined to tear down the aging building, until the art department persuaded them it needed a headquarters. The building- one that hosted legendary basketball games, Knute Rockne football rallies, speeches by Franklin Roosevelt and performances by Bob Hope- lived out its last 14 useful years as a studio for ceramics, sculpture and other art forms. But in the fall of ’82, the art department moved to a new home on campus, and the order for execution of the fieldhouse’s long-postponed death sentence was issued. “A fieldhouse is essentially walls and a roof,” said Notre Dame physical plant director Don Dedrick. “All the wall structures and roof structures were beyond economical restoration. It would be far cheaper to build a new one than to restore this one.” A new building won’t be built —  the university has installed a landscaped mall in the spot —  but the fieldhouse didn’t disappear completely. The basketball floor was sawed into 1,500 5-inch by 13-inch sections for sale to varsity letterwinners who played and practiced in the building. Any alumnus is eligible to purchase a brick, stamped in inch-high letters with an appropriate slogan. Season 1898 1899 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29

Record Pct. no games there 2-0 1.000 8-1 .889 9-1 .900 7-1 .875 4-1 .800 8-1 .889 7-0 1.000 7-1 .875 11-1 .917 8-2 .800 5-2 .714 2-1 .667 1-4 .200 4-3 .571 6-2 .750 3-2 .600 4-0 1.000 no games there no games there 13-0 1.000 9-0 1.000 10-0 1.000 7-4 .636 -45-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement _____ Notre Dame’s All-Time Captains 1929-30 9-2 818 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Total

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6-2 .750 11-2 .846 8-2 .800 13-1 .929 8-2 .800 11-1 .917 10-1 .910 11-0 1.000 9-2 .818 10-1 .910 11-1 .917 11-1 .917 9-0 1.000 7-1 .875 9-0 1.000 9-0 1.000 9-0 1.000 6-2 .750 6-3 .667 8-1 .889 9-0 1.000 6-3 .667 10-0 1.000 10-0 1.000 6-3 .667 4-5 .444 9-2 .818 10-0 1.000 7-3 .700 10-0 1.000 10-2 .833 5-4 .556 11-1 .917 7-3 .700 10-1 .910 4-8 .333 9-3 .750 11-1 .917 474-91 .839

1898 Martin O’Shaughnessy 1899 J. Fred Powers 1907-08 Ray Scanlon 1908-09 Ray Scanlon 1909-10 Chester Freeze 1910-11 James Fish 1911-12 William Granfield 1912-13 A.G. Feeney 1913-14 James Cahill 1914-15 Joe Kenny 1915-16 Richard Daly 1916-17 Joe McKenna 1917-18 P.J. Ronchetti 1918-19 Len Bahan 1919-20 Joe Bandy Harry Mehre 1920-21 Harry Mehre 1921-22 Frank McDermitt 1922-23 Mike Kane 1923-24 Gene May 1924-25 Noble Kizer 1925-26 Vincent McNally 1926-27 John Nyikos 1927-28 Joe Jachym 1929-30 Francis Crowe Joe Jachym 1930-31 Joseph Gavin 1931-32 Norbert Crowe 1932-33 John Baldwin Edward Krause 1933-34 1934-35 John Jordan 1935-36 Martin Peters John Ford 1936-37 Ray Meyer Ray Meyer 1937-38 1938-39 Earl M. Brown, Jr. 1939-40 Mark A. Ertel 1940-41 Eddie Riska 1941-42 Arthur W. Pope 1942-43 Charles J. Butler 1943-44 Bernard Rutledge 1944-45 Vince Boryla 1945-46 Billy Hassett 1946-47 Frannie Curran 1947-48 John Hiller 1948-49 Paul Gordon 1949-50 Kevin O’Shea 1950-51 Dan Bagley Marty O’Connor 1951-52 Leroy Leslie 1952-53 Norb Jewinski 1953-54 Dick Rosenthal 1954-55 Jack Stephens 1955-56 John Fannon 1956-57 John Smyth 1957-58 Bob Devine John McCarthy

1958-59 Gene Duffy Tom Hawkins 1959-60 Mike Graney 1960-61 Bill Crosby 1961-62 Armand Reo 1962-63 John Andreoli John Matthews Dick Erlenbaugh 1963-64 1964-65 Jay Miller Walt Sahm 1965-66 James “Bucky” McGann 1966-67 James Monahan Bob Arnzen 1967-68 1968-69 Bob Arnzen 1969-70 Austin Carr 1970-71 Austin Carr 1971-72 Doug Gemmell 1972-73 Gary Novak John Shumate Gary Novak 1973-74 John Shumate 1974-75 Dwight Clay Peter Crotty 1975-76 Adrian Dantley Bill Paterno 1976-77 Bill Paterno Ray Martin Toby Knight 1977-78 Dave Batton Duck Williams 1978-79 Bruce Flowers Bill Laimbeer Rich Branning 1979-80 Bill Hanzlik 1980-81 Tracy Jackson Kelly Tripucka Orlando Woolridge 1981-82 Mike Mitchell 1982-83 John Paxson 1983-84 Tom Sluby 1984-85 Ken Barlow Jim Dolan Tim Kempton 1985-86 Ken Barlow 1986-87 Scott Hicks Donald Royal 1987-88 David Rivers Gary Voce 1988-89 Joe Fredrick Jamere Jackson 1989-90 Joe Fredrick Jamere Jackson 1990-91 Tim Singleton 1991-92 Elmer Bennett LaPhonso Ellis Daimon Sweet Keith Tower

2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 1992-93 Brooks Boyer Monty Williams 1993-94 Brooks Boyer Carl Cozen Joe Ross Jon Ross Monty Williams Lamarr Justice 1994-95 Billy Taylor Jason Williams 1995-96 Ryan Hoover 1996-97 Matt Gotsch Pete Miller Admore White 1997-98 Pat Garrity Derek Manner 1998-99 Dennis Carroll Phil Hickey Paul Rainey Antoni Wyche 1999-2000 Jimmy Dillon Skylard Owens Troy Murphy 2000-01 Martin Ingelsby Troy Murphy 2001-02 David Graves Ryan Humphrey Harold Swanagan 2002-03 Matt Carroll Jere Macura Dan Miller 2003-04 Jordan Cornette Torrian Jones Chris Thomas Tom Timmermans 2004-05 Jordan Cornette Chris Thomas Torin Francis Chris Quinn 2005-06 Torin Francis Chris Quinn Rick Cornett 2006-07 Colin Falls Rob Kurz Russell Carter 2007-08 Rob Kurz 2008-09 Ryan Ayers Zach Hillesland Kyle McAlarney Luke Zeller 2009-10 Luke Harangody Tory Jackson Jonathon Peoples 2010-11 Tim Abromaitis Ben Hansbrough Tyrone Nash Carleton Scott -47-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement All-Time Lineups 1898 (1-2) F-Martin O’Shaughnessy, 2.7 (Capt.) F-John Donovan, 3.5 C-Fred Powers, 6.0 G-John Fennessey, 0.0 G-Tom Steiner, 0.0 Top Subs-Matt Donahue Thomas Burns, 0.7 Frank Cornwell, 2.0 Bill McNichols, 1.0 1899 (2-0) F-Charles Daly F-Martin O’Shaughnessy C-Fred Powers (Capt.) G-John Fennessey G-Arthur Hayes Top Sub-John Eggeman 1907-08 (12-4) F-John Dubuc, Sr. F-Justin Moloney, Fr. C-Chester Burke, Jr. G-Ray Scanlan, Jr. (Capt.) G-Fay Wood, Jr. Top Subs-James L. Fish, Fr. William Heyl 1908-09 (33-7) F-Justin Moloney, So. F-James L. Fish, So. C-Robert Vaughan, Sr. G-Ray Scanlan, Sr. (Capt.) G-Chester Freeze, Jr. Top Subs - Frank Gibson, Sr. Lou Sugarman, Paul McDonald 1909-10 (10-4) F-James L. Fish, Jr., 6.9 F-Justin Moloney, Jr., 14.2 C-Lee Mathews, 4.3 G-Clement Ulatowski, Jr., 2.4 G-Chester Freeze, Sr., 0.8 (Capt.) Top Subs-John Burke, Jr., 2.2 Wales Finnegan, 2.1 1910-11 (7-3) F-James L. Fish, Sr., 6.1 (Capt.) F-Justin Moloney, Sr., 10.8 C-Bill Granfield, Fr., 3.6 G-Clement Ulatowski, Sr., 1.8 G-Albert Feeney, Fr., 0.0 Top Sub-Dan McNichols, Jr., 0.9

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1911-12 (16-2) F-James Cahill, So., 8.4 F-Dan McNichols, Sr., 5.3 C-Bill Granfield, So., 9.3 (Capt.) G-Paul Nowers, So., 4.3 G-Albert Feeney, So., 0.2 Top Subs-Joe Kenny, Fr., 6.1 Bill Kelleher, 0.4 1912-13 (13-2) F-Bill Granfield, Jr. F-James Cahill, Jr. C-Rupert Mills, So. G-Paul Nowers, Jr. G-Albert Feeney, Jr. (Capt.) Top Subs-Joe Kenny, So. Charles Finegan 1913-14 (11-5) F-Joe Kenny, Jr., 6.8 F-Freeman Fitzgerald, So., 4.5 C-Rupert Mills, Jr., 5.8 G-Paul Nowers, Sr., 1.7 G-Charles Finegan, Jr., 0.5 Top Subs-Alfred Bergman, Jr., 3.3 Bill Kelleher, Sr., 2.5 James Cahill, Sr., 6.2 (Capt.) 1914-15 (14-3) F-Joe Kenny, Sr., 9.1 (Capt.) F-Freeman Fitzgerald, Jr., 8.3 C-Rupert Mills, Sr., 8.4 G-Charles Finegan, Sr., 0.3 G-Richard Daley, So., 4.6 Top Subs-Alfred Bergman, Sr. Clifford Cassidy, So., 1.8 1915-16 (9-3) F-Joe McKenna, Jr., 1.8 F-Freeman Fitzgerald, Sr., 14.3 C-Joe Meyers, So., 4.4 G-Tom King, So., 0.8 G-Richard Daley, Jr., 7.4 (Capt.) Top Sub-P. J. Ronchetti, So., 2.1 1916-17 (8-5) F-Frank McDermott, So., 14.9 F-Chet Grant, So., 2.0 C-Richard Daley, Sr., 2.9 G-Joe McKenna, Sr., 0.6 (Capt.) G-Tom King, Jr., 2.5 Top Subs-George Fitzpatrick, So., 0.4 P. J. Ronchetti, Jr., 2.3 1917-18 (2-4) F-Leonard Bahan, So., 4.6 F-Clarence Bader, Jr., 1.2 C-P. J. Rochetti, Sr., 6.5 (Capt.) G-Frank Hayes, So., 2.0 G-Raleigh Stein, So., 1.7

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Top Subs-Maurice Smith, So., 0.0 Joe Brandy, So., 0.0 1918-19 (2-10) F-Joe Brandy, Jr., 5.3 F-Clarence Bader, Sr., 2.2 C-Leonard Bahan, Sr., 7.1 (Capt.) G-Maurice Smith, Sr., 0.4 G-Raleigh Stein, Jr., 0.5 Top Subs-Earl Gilfillan, So. Dudley Pearson, Jr., 1.1 1919-20 (5-13) F-Harry Mehre, So., 12.2 (Capt.) F-Roger Kiley, So., 3.2 C-Gene Kennedy, So., 2.3 G-Joe Brandy, Sr., 3.8 (Capt.) G-Eddie Anderson, So., 0.6 Top Subs-Pat Granfield, Jr., 0.5 Leo Ward, Sr., 2.8 1920-21 (9-14) F-Frank McDermott, Jr. F-Harry Mehre, Jr. (Capt.) C-Gene Kennedy, Jr. G-Roger Kiley, Jr. G-Eddie Anderson, Jr. Top Subs-Les Logan, So., Chet Grant, Jr. Mickey Kane, So. 1921-22 (6-13) F-Frank McDermott, Sr., 12.8 (Capt.) F-Mickey Kane, Jr., 3.3 C-Gene Kennedy, Sr., 1.9 G-Gene Mayl, So., 1.8 G-Les Logan, Jr., 3.1 Top Subs-Dan Coughlin, Sr., 1.6 Eddie Anderson, Sr., 1.4 Roger Kiley, Sr., 4.1 (Capt.) Joe Gilligan, So., 0.6 1922-23 (10-12) F-Rex Enright, So., 5.2 F-Tom Reardon, So., 2.1 C-Les Logan, Sr., 3.2 G-Noble Kizer, So., 12.2 G-Gene Mayl, Jr., 1.0 Top Subs-Mickey Kane, Sr., 1.9 (Capt.) Don Miller, So., 2.4 1923-24 (15-8) F-Clem Crowe, So., 6.9 F-Phillip Mahoney, Jr., 2.6 C-Rex Enright, Jr., 6.0 G-Noble Kizer, Jr., 5.3 G-Gene Mayl, Sr., 1.1 (Capt.) Top Subs-Joe Dienhart, So., 2.9 Tom Reardon, Jr., 2.2

1924-25 (11-11) F-Clem Crowe, Jr., 5.9 F-Vince McNally, So., 4.6 C-John Nyikos, So., 7.9 G-Noble Kizer, Sr., 2.3 (Capt.) G-Louis Conroy, So., 3.0 Top Subs-Ray Dahman, So., 2.3 Phil Mahoney, Sr., 2.1 Joe Dienhart, Jr., 2.7 1925-26 (19-1) F-Clem Crowe, Sr., 6.9 F-Vince McNally, Jr., 7.3 (Capt.) C-John Nyikos, Jr., 8.2 G-Ray Dahman, Jr., 3.9 G-Louis Conroy, Jr., 2.4 Top Subs-Ted Ley, Sr., 1.4 Mike Nyikos, Sr., 4.7 1926-27 (19-1) Helms Foundation National Champions F-Joe Jachym, So., 3.8 F-Vince McNally, Sr., 3.1 C-John Nyikos, Sr., 8.6 (Capt.) G-Ray Dahman, Sr., 3.3 G-Louis Conroy, Sr., 4.4 Top Subs-John Colerick, So., 1.9 Frank Crowe, So., 5.8 1927-28 (18-4) F-Joe Jachym, Jr., 3.5 (Capt.) F-Frank Crowe, Jr., 5.6 C-John Colerick, Jr., 5.9 G-Eddie Smith, So., 3.5 G-Clarence Donovan, So., 2.9 Top Subs-Robert Newbold, Jr., 2.6 John McCarthy, So., 2.2 1928-29 (15-5) F-Joe Jachym, Sr., 4.0 (Capt.) F-Frank Crowe, Sr., 5.6 (Capt.) C-John Colerick, Sr., 6.7 G-Eddie Smith, Jr., 3.5 G-Clarence Donovan, Jr., 3.4 Top Sub-John McCarthy, Jr., 2.6 1929-30 (14-6) F-Bill Newbold, So., 4.7 F-John McCarthy, Sr., 5.5 C-Ray DeCook, So., 5.0 G-Eddie Smith, Sr., 4.1 G-Clarence Donovan, Sr., 3.2 (Capt.) Top Subs-Norb Crowe, So., 2.6 Joe Gavin, Jr., 2.3 1930-31 (12-8) F-Bill Newbold, Jr., 4.7 F-Norb Crowe, Jr., 3.4 C-Ray DeCook, Jr., 6.6 G-Joe Gavin, Sr., 3.0 (Capt.) G-Tom Burns, Jr., 1.5

2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Top Subs-John Baldwin, So., 3.4 Clay Johnson, Jr., 2.4 1931-32 (18-2) F-Bill Newbold, Sr., 4.5 F-Ray DeCook, Sr., 5.1 C-Ed Krause, So., 7.7 G-Norb Crowe, Sr., 4.1 (Capt.) G-Tommie Burns, Sr., 1.9 Top Subs-Leo Crowe, So., 2.1, Joe Voegele, So., 3.8 John Baldwin, Jr., 4.3 1932-33 (16-6) F-Joe Voegele, 6-1, Jr., 9.0 F-John Jordan, 6-0, So., 3.9 C-Ed Krause, 6-3, Jr., 10.1 G-John Baldwin, 5-8, Sr., 5.0 (Capt.) G-Leo Crowe, 5-10, Jr., 3.3 Top Sub-Eddie Alberts, 6-2, Jr., 1.7 1933-34 (20-4) F-Joe Voegele, 6-1, Sr., 6.9 F-Martin Peters, 6-3, So., 5.5 C-Ed Krause, 6-3, Sr., 8.5 (Capt.) G-Leo Crowe, 5-10, Sr., 4.6 G-George Ireland, 5-11, So., 2.8 Top Subs-John Jordan, 6-0, Jr., 3.2 John Ford, 6-1, So., 1.8 1934-35 (13-9) F-Joe O’Kane, 6-1, Sr., 6.1 F-John Ford, 6-1, Jr., 4.8 C-Martin Peters, 6-3, Jr., 6.9 G-John Jordan, 6-0, Sr., 2.1 (Capt.) G-George Ireland, 5-11, Jr., 4.0 Top Subs-John Hopkins, 6-0, Jr., 2.2 Frank Wade, 6-0. Jr., 1.6 1935-36 (22-2-1) Helms Foundation National Champions F-Johnny Moir, 6-2, So., 11.2 F-John Ford, 6-2, Sr., 4.7 (Capt.) C-Paul Nowak, 6-6, So., 7.0 G-George Ireland, 5-11, Sr., 4.2 G-Frank Wade, 6-0, Sr., 3.0 Top Subs-Tommy Wukovits, 6-0, So.,2.8 Ray Meyer, 5-10, So. 3.7 Martin Peters, 6-3, Sr., 2.1(Capt.) John Hopkins, 6-0, Sr., 3.8 1936-37 (20-3) F-Johnny Moir, 6-2, Jr., 13.2 F-Ray Meyer, 5-10, Jr., 4.5 (Capt.) C-Paul Nowak, 6-6, Jr., 7.2 G-Tommy Wukovits, 6-0, Jr., 4.1 G-Earl Brown, 6-0, So., 3.5 Top Subs-Ed Sadowski, 5-11, So., 2.4 Tom Jordan, 6-0, Jr. 2.6 Mike Crowe, 5-8, Jr., 1.3

1937-38 (20-3) F-Johnny Moir, 6-2, Sr., 10.5 F-Eddie Sadowski, 5-11, Jr., 5.8 C-Paul Nowak, 6-6, Sr., 7.5 G-Earl Brown, 6-0, Jr., 3.7 G-Tommy Wukovits, 6-0, Sr., 6.4 Top Subs-Tommy Jordan, 6-0, Sr., 1.9 Mike Crowe, 5-8, Sr., 1.8 Paul Ducharme, 5-10, Jr., 2.0 Ray Meyer, 5-10, Sr., 1.2 (Capt.) 1938-39 (15-6) F-Eddie Riska, 6-0, So., 9.6 F-Eddie Sadowski, 5-11, Sr., 5.6 C-Mark Ertel, 6-5, Jr., 4.8 G-Paul Ducharme, 5-10, Sr., 8.4 G-Earl Brown, 6-0, Sr., 4.3 (Capt.) Top Subs-Rex Ellis, 6-3, Jr., 4.0 Gene Klier, 6-1, Jr., 2.4 1939-40 (15-6) F-Eddie Riska, 6-0, Jr., 11.0 F-George Sobek, 6-0, So., 7.6 C-Rex Ellis, 6-3, Sr., 5.7 (Capt.) G-Don Smith, 6-2, Sr., 1.4 G-Robert Smith, 6-1, Jr., 2.8 Top Subs-Mark Ertel, 6-4, Sr., 6.4 Ken Oberbruner, 5-11, Sr., 3.7 Larry Ryan, 6-1, Jr., 3.5 Gene Klier, 6-1, Sr., 3.1 1940-41 (17-5) F-Eddie Riska, 6-0, Sr., 10.2 (Capt.) F-George Sobek, 6-0, Jr., 5.3 C-Frank Quinn, 6-2, Jr., 3.9 G-Cy Singer, 6-2, So., 6.6 G-Bob Smith, 6-1, Jr., 6.1 Top Subs-Charlie Butler, 6-2, So., 5.6 Larry Ryan, 6-1, Sr., 3.4 Jim Carnes, Sr., 3.9 1941-42 (16-6) F-John Niemiera, 6-1, So., 7.2 F-Charlie Butler, 6-2, Jr., 5.8 C-Bob Faught, 6-5, So., 9.5 G-Bob Rensberger, 6-2, Jr., 6.7 G-Cy Singer, 6-2, Jr., 4.8 Top Subs-John Hiller, 6-0, So., 5.4 Art Pope, Sr., 1.2 (Capt.) Frank Quinn, 6-2, Sr., 3.5 1942-43 (18-2) F-Frank Curran, 6-0, Jr., 9.3 F-Charlie Butler, 6-1, Sr., 9.0 (Capt.) C-Bob Faught, 6-5, Jr., 9.8 G-Bob Rensberger, 6-3, Sr., 9.3 G-John Niemiera, 6-1, Jr., 5.2 Top Subs-Tom Brennan, 6-3, Jr., 4.4 Orlando Bonicelli, 6-0, Jr., 1.9 -49-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 1943-44 (10-9) F-Leo Klier, 6-1, Jr., 15.4 F-John Kelly, 6-2, Jr., 7.4 C-Mark Todorovich, 6-4, So., 7.1 G-Bernie Rutledge, 6-1, Sr., 6.1 (Capt.) G-John Lujack, 6-0, Fr., 3.4 Top Subs-Ernie Kivisto, 6-0, So., 3.7 Carl Loyd, 5-11, Fr., 8.2

1949-50 (15-9) F-Leroy Leslie, 6-2, So., 12.1 F-Dan Bagley, 6-4, Jr., 11.1 C-John Foley, 6-4, Sr., 6.8 G-Don Strasser, 6-0, So., 9.0 G-Kevin O’Shea, 6-1, Sr., 14.9 (Capt.) Top Subs-Jack Neumayr, 6-3, So., 4.1 Marty O’Connor, 5-11, Jr., 1.7

1944-45 (15-5) F-George Ratterman, 6-0, So., 11.7 F-Johnny Dee, 5-7, Jr., 12.6 C-Vince Boryla, 6-4, Fr., 16.1 (Capt.) G-Bill Hassett, 5-10, Jr., 8.6 G-Frank Gilhooley, 6-0, Jr., 3.2 Top Sub-Paul Gordon, 6-0, Jr., 3.6

1950-51 (13-11) F-Dan Bagley, 6-4, Sr., 13.3 (Capt.) F-Leroy Leslie, 6-2, Jr., 13.2 C-Norb Lewinski, 6-5, So., 10.0 G-Marty O’Connor, 5-11, Sr., 7.5 (Capt.) G-Jim Gibbons, 6-2, So., 3.6 Top Subs-Jack Neumayr, 6-3, Jr., 6.4 Jerry McCloskey, 6-3, So., 6.0 Bob Wray, 6-4, Jr., 2.9 Don Strasser, 6-0, Jr., 7.7

1945-46 (17-4) F-Leo Klier, 6-1, Sr., 16.9 F-George Ratterman, 6-0, Jr., 8.6 C-Vince Boryla, 6-4, So., 15.3 G-Bill Hassett, 5-10, Sr., 8.0 (Capt.) G-Johnny Dee, 5-7, Sr., 5.8 Top Sub-Frank Gilhooley, 6-0, Sr., 1.2 1946-47 (20-4) F-Frannie Curran, 6-2, Jr., 10.0 F-John Kelly, 6-1, Sr., 7.5 C-John Brennan, 6-4, So., 12.0 G-Kevin O’Shea, 6-1, Fr., 9.5 G-Leo Barnhorst, 6-3, So., 8.5 Top Subs-Jim O’Halloran, 5-11, So., 4.6 Paul Gordon, 6-0, So., 3.8 George Ratterman, 6-0, Sr., 4.9 1947-48 (17-7) F-Leo Barnhorst, 6-4, Jr., 12.1 F-Jim O’Halloran, 5-11, Jr., 6.3 C-John Foley, 6-5, So., 8.7 G-Paul Gordon, 6-0, Jr., 7.0 G-Kevin O’Shea, 6-1, So., 11.5 Top Subs-John Hiller, 6-0, Sr., 4.0 (Capt.) John Goonen, 5-9, Sr., 1.7 John Brennan, 6-4, Jr., 12.9 1948-49 (17-7) F-Leo Barnhorst, 6-4, Sr., 11.8 F-Jim O’Halloran, 5-11, Sr., 10.1 C-John Foley, 6-5, Jr., 5.0 G-Paul Gordon, 6-0, Sr., 8.7 (Capt.) G-Kevin O’Shea, 6-1, Jr., 10.5 Top Subs-John Brennan, 6-4, Sr., 11.0 Frank Kaufman, 6-3, Sr., 2.7 Marty O’Connor, 5-11, So., 1.7 Dick Kluck, 6-2, Sr., 2.3

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1951-52 (16-10) F-Leroy Leslie, 6-2, Sr., 14.1 (Capt.) F-Dick Rosenthal, 6-5, So., 12.7 C-Norb Lewinski, 6-5, Jr., 8.2 G-Jim Gibbons, 6-2, Jr., 2.7 G-Joe Bertrand, 6-3, So., 12.7 Top Subs-Jerry McCloskey, 6-3, Jr., 7.3 Don Strasser, 6-0, Sr., 5.7 (Capt.) Entee Shine, 6-2, So., 5.5 Jack Stephens, 6-1, Fr., 5.3 1952-53 (19-5) Runner-up of Mideast Regional 10th in AP F-Dick Rosenthal, 6-5, Jr., 16.3 F-Joe Bertrand, 6-2, Jr., 14.4 C-Norb Lewinski, 6-5, Sr., 14.9 (Capt.) G-Jack Stephens, 6-1, So., 13.7 G-Jim Gibbons, 6-2, Sr., 3.3 Top Sub-Bill Sullivan, 6-4, Jr., 4.8 1953-54 (22-3) Runner-up of Mideast Regional 6th in AP, 5th in UPI Team-13th in scoring margin F-Joe Bertrand, 6-3, Sr., 16.5 F-John Fannon, 6-5, So., 8.9 C-Dick Rosenthal, 6-5, Sr., 20.2 (Capt.) G-Bill Sullivan, 6-0, Jr., 6.8 G-Jack Stephens, 6-2, Jr., 16.8 Top Subs-Bill Weiman, 6-2, So., 3.1 Ed McGinn, 6-4, Sr., 1.5 1954-55 (14-10) F-John Fannon, 6-5, Jr., 8.9 F-John Smyth, 6-5, So., 13.1 C-Lloyd Aubrey, 6-5, Jr., 16.9 G-Bill Weiman, 6-2, Jr., 7.2 G-Jack Stephens, 6-2, Sr., 20.9 (Capt.)

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Top Subs-Lee Ayotte, 6-4, So., 4.0 Paul Hornung, 6-2, So., 6.1 1955-56 (9-15) F-John McCarthy, 6-3, So., 6.1 F-John Smyth, 6-5, Jr., 16.1 C-Lloyd Aubrey, 6-5, Sr., 22.4 G-Bob Devine, 6-0, So., 13.2 G-Bill Weiman, 6-2, Sr., 6.7 Top Subs-Joe Morelli, 6-1, Sr., 7.8 John Fannon, 6-5, Sr., 6.0 (Capt.) Ed Gleason, 6-1, So., 3.9 1956-57 (20-8) 3rd in Mideast Regional Team-7th in nation in scoring (84.4), 10th in rebounding (59.2), 19th in scoring margin (9.4), 25th in free throw percentage (.711) Hawkins-24th in rebounding (17.3) F-Tom Hawkins, 6-5, So., 20.6 F-John McCarthy, 6-3, Jr., 15.4 C-John Smyth, 6-5, Sr., 19.0 (Capt.) G-Bob Devine, 6-0, Jr., 12.7 Top Subs-Joe Morelli, 6-1, Sr., 6.9 Ed Gleason, 6-1, Jr., 5.8 Tom Sullivan, 6-0, Sr., 2.9 1957-58 (24-5) Runner-up of Mideast Regional 8th in AP, 7th in UPI Team-5th in nation in scoring (81.9), 10th in scoring margin (11.3), 19th in free throw percentage (.717), 22nd in rebounding (56.4) Hawkins-11th in nation in scoring (25.2) and 22nd in rebounding (17.2) McCarthy-7th in free throw percentage (.846) F-Tom Hawkins, 6-5, Jr., 25.2 F-John McCarthy, 6-3, Sr., 19.2 (Capt.) C-Mike Graney, 6-5, So., 9.9 G-Bob Devine, 6-0, Sr., 12.7 (Capt.) G-Gene Duffy, 5-7, Jr., 6.6 Top Subs-Tom Reinhart, 6-5, Jr., 8.2 Ed Gleason, 6-1, Sr., 2.1 1958-59 (12-13) Hawkins-10th in nation in scoring (23.4) F-Tom Hawkins, 6-5, Sr., 23.4 (Capt.) F-Mike Graney, 6-5, Jr., 10.3 C-Tom Reinhart, 6-5, Sr., 9.7 G-Gene Duffy, 5-7, Sr., 6.8 (Capt.) G-Bob Bradtke, 6-1, Jr., 7.0 Top Subs-John Tully, 6-7, So., 11.1 Emmett McCarthy, 6-3, Jr., 5.2 Bill Crosby, 6-3, So., 4.5

1959-60 (17-9) Eliminated in 1st round of Mideast Regional F-Mike Graney, 6-5, Sr., 17.3 (Capt.) F-Emmett McCarthy, 6-3, Sr., 14.3 C-John Dearie, 6-6, So., 13.0 G-Bill Crosby, 6-4, Jr., 5.1 G-Don McGann, 6-3, Sr., 3.5 Top Subs-John Tully, 6-7, Sr., 8.1 Bob Bradtke, 6-1, Sr., 8.5 Mickey Bekelja, 6-4, Sr., 4.9 1960-61 (12-14) F-Armand Reo, 6-6, Jr., 14.6 F-John Dearie, 6-6, Jr., 9.7 C-John Tully, 6-7, Sr., 11.1 G-Eddie Schnurr, 6-0, Jr., 12.2 G-Bill Crosby, 6-4, Sr., 8.6 (Capt.) Top Subs-Karl Roesler, 6-7, Jr., 5.3 John Matthews, 6-0, So., 2.8 1961-62 (7-16) F-Armand Reo, 6-6, Sr., 18.0 (Capt.) F-John Andreoli, 6-3, Jr., 13.0 C-Karl Roesler, 6-7, Sr., 9.3 G-Ed Schnurr, 6-0, Sr., 13.8 G-John Matthews, 6-0, Jr., 12.2 Top Sub-John Dearie, 6-6, Sr., 8.1 1962-63 (17-9) Eliminated in 1st round of Mideast Regional Team-14th in nation in scoring (78.5) and rebounding (58.8) Sahm-5th in nation in rebounding (16.8) F-Jay Miller, 6-4, So., 9.7 F-John Andreoli, 6-3, Sr., 15.0 (Capt.) C-Walt Sahm, 6-9, So., 14.3 G-Larry Sheffield, 6-1, So., 16.1 G-John Matthews, 6-0, Sr., 12.1 (Capt.) Top Subs-Sam Skarich, 6-4, Jr., 3.7 Larry Jesewitz, 6-8, So., 6.0 Ron Reed, 6-5, So., 14.2 1963-64 (10-14) Team-21st in nation in offense (84.5) Reed-6th in nation in rebounding (17.7) Sahm-7th in nation in rebounding (17.5) F-Ron Reed, 6-6, Jr., 20.0 F-Jay Miller, 6-5, Jr., 11.4 C-Walt Sahm, 6-10, Jr., 17.4 G-Larry Sheffield, 6-2, Jr., 22.3 G-Sam Skarich, 6-4, Sr., 8.6 Top Sub-Larry Jesewitz, 6-8, Jr., 7.7 Bucky McGann, 6-3, So., 3.8 Dick Erlenbaugh, 6-4, Sr., 2.9 (Capt.)

2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 1964-65 (15-12) Eliminated in 1st round of Mideast Regional Team-9th in nation in offense (89.5) and rebound percentage (.572) Sahm-6th in nation in rebounding (16.4) F-Ron Reed, 6-6, Sr., 21.0 F-Jay Miller, 6-5, Sr., 17.5 (Capt.) C-Walt Sahm, 6-10, Sr., 16.4 (Capt.) G-Larry Sheffield, 6-2, Sr., 17.1 G-Bucky McGann, 6-3, Jr., 8.0 Top Subs-Larry Jesewitz, 6-8, Sr., 6.5 Jim Monahan, 6-3, So., 2.7 Kevin Hardy, 6-5, So., 2.3 1965-66 (5-21) F-Jim Monahan, 6-3, Jr., 15.1 F-Brian Keller, 6-5, So., 11.4 C-Tom Caldwell, 6-5, Jr., 11.6 G-George Restovich, 6-1, So., 8.5 G-Bucky McGann, 6-3, Sr., 10.2 (Capt.) Top Subs-Tom Bornhorst, 6-4, Sr., 5.9 Tony Vignali, 6-6, So., 6.8 Jim McKirchy, 6-4, So., 5.1 1966-67 (14-14) Arnzen-23rd in nation in free throw percentage (.831) Whitmore-19th in nation in rebounding (13.7) F-Bob Arnzen, 6-5, So., 21.4 F-Jim Monahan, 6-3, Sr., 8.4 (Capt.) C-Bob Whitmore, 6-7, So., 16.4 G-Jim Derrig, 6-2, So., 5.4 G-Dwight Murphy, 6-3, So., 10.4 Top Subs-Tom Caldwell, 6-5, Sr., 8.6 George Restovich, 6-1, Jr., 3.2 Jim McKirchy, 6-4, Jr., 3.7 1967-68 (21-9) 3rd in NIT Team-18th in nation in free throw percentage (.742) F-Bob Arnzen, 6-5, Jr., 21.5 (Capt.) F-Dwight Murphy, 6-3, Jr., 11.8 C-Bob Whitmore, 6-7, Jr., 22.0 G-Jim Derrig, 6-2, Jr., 9.1 G-Mike O’Connell, 6-1, So., 6.9 Top Subs-George Restovich, 6-1, Sr., 2.9 Jim McKirchy, 6-4, Sr., 2.8 1968-69 (20-7) Eliminated in 1st round of Mideast Regional F-Bob Arnzen, 6-5, Sr., 17.7 (Capt.) F-Dwight Murphy, 6-3, Sr., 9.9 C-Bob Whitmore, 6-7, Sr., 17.7 G-Jackie Meehan, 6-1, So., 3.2 G-Austin Carr, 6-3, So., 22.0

Top Subs-Collis Jones, 6-7, So., 5.9 Sid Catlett, 6-8, So., 4.9 Mike O’Connell, 6-1, Jr., 5.2 Tom Sinnett, 6-4, So., 3.4 John Pleick, 6-8, So., 3.4 1969-70 (21-8) 4th in Mideast Regional 9th in AP Team-5th in nation in scoring (93.5), 16th in field goal percentage (.482) Carr-2nd in nation in scoring (38.1), 25th in field goal percentage (.555) and free throw percentage (.826) F-Collis Jones, 6-7, Jr., 18.6 F-Sid Catlett, 6-8, Jr., 8.6 C-John Pleick, 6-8, Jr., 9.1 G-Jackie Meehan, 6-1, Jr., 3.2 G-Austin Carr, 6-3, Jr., 38.1 (Capt.) Top Subs-Mike O’Connell, 6-1, Sr., 6.2 Tom Sinnott, 6-4, Jr., 5.1 Jay Ziznewski, 6-6, Sr., 3.7 Doug Gemmell, 6-3, So., 3.9 Jim Hinga, 6-4, Jr., 3.1 1970-71 (20-9) 4th in Mideast Regional Team-9th in nation in offense (91.1) Carr-2nd in scoring (37.9) F-Collis Jones, 6-7, Sr., 23.1 F-Sid Catlett, 6-8, Sr., 9.8 C-John Pleick, 6-8, Sr., 7.8 G-Jackie Meehan, 6-1, Sr., 3.5 G-Austin Carr, 6-3, Sr., 37.9 (Capt.) Top Subs-Tom Sinnott, 6-4, Sr., 3.2 Doug Gemmell, 6-3, Jr., 3.7 1971-72 (6-20) F-Chris Stevens, 6-7, So., 4.8 F-Tom O’Mara, 6-6, So., 17.0 C-Gary Novak, 6-7, So., 19.5 G-Willie Townsend, 6-3, So., 9.3 G-John Egart, 5-11, Jr., 6.2 Top Subs-Don Silinski, 6-3, Jr., 6.0 Tom Hansen, 6-2, So., 2.4 Mike Townsend, 6-3, So., 3.6 Doug Gemmell, 6-3, Sr. (Capt.) 1972-73 (18-12) Runner-up in NIT F-Gary Novak, 6-7, Jr., 12.8 (Capt.) F-John Shumate, 6-9, Jr., 21.0 (Capt.) C-Pete Crotty, 6-8, So., 8.0 G-Dwight Clay, 6-0, So., 11.7 G-Gary Brokaw, 6-3, So., 17.4 Top Subs-Don Silinski, 6-3, Sr., 3.5 Willie Townsend, 6-3, Jr., 2.1

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 1973-74 (26-3) 3rd in Mideast Regional 5th in AP, 3rd in UPI Team-1st in nation in field goal percentage (.530), 4th in scoring margin (16.9) and won-lost percentage (.897), 7th in offense (89.9) and 10th in rebound margin (9.3) Shumate-4th in nation in field goal percentage (.627) and 10th in scoring (24.2) Dantley-17th in free throw percentage (.826) F-Gary Novak, 6-7, Sr., 7.2 (Capt.) F-Adrian Dantley, 6-5, Fr., 18.3 C-John Shumate, 6-9, Sr., 24.2 (Capt.) G-Dwight Clay, 6-0, Jr., 7.2 G-Gary Brokaw, 6-3, Jr., 17.1 Top Subs-Bill Paterno, 6-5, Fr., 7.7 Ray Martin, 6-1, Fr., 3.2 1974-75 (19-10) 4th in Midwest Regional Dantley-2nd in nation in scoring (30.4) F-Adrian Dantley, 6-5, So., 30.4 F-Bill Paterno, 6-5, So., 13.3 C-Peter Crotty, 6-8, Sr., 3.8 (Capt.) G-Ray Martin, 6-1, So., 3.8 (Capt.) G-Dwight Clay, 6-0, Sr., 8.4 Top Subs-Toby Knight, 6-9, So., 9.7 Dave Batton, 6-9, Fr., 6.6 Don Williams, 6-3, Fr., 5.8 1975-76 (23-6) Midwest Regional Semifinalist 7th in AP, 8th in UPI Team-1st in nation in rebound margin (12.2), 5th in offense (88.9) and 9th in scoring margin (14.0) Dantley-4th in nation in scoring (28.6) and 17th in field goal percentage (.588) F-Adrian Dantley, 6-5, Jr., 28.6 (Capt.) F-Dave Batton, 6-9, So., 9.1 C-Bruce Flowers, 6-8, Fr., 7.9 G-Ray Martin, 6-1, Jr., 5.1 G-Bill Paterno, 6-5, Jr., 8.5 (Capt.) Top Subs-Don Williams, 6-3, So., 12.1 Toby Knight, 6-9, Jr., 7.5 Bill Laimbeer, 6-11, Fr., 8.2 Bernard Rencher, 6-2, Fr., 4.7 1976-77 (22-7) East Regional Semifinalist 10th in AP Team-1st in nation in rebound margin (10.8), 12th in scoring margin (13.5) and 14th in offense (85.4) F-Dave Batton, 6-9, Jr., 12.2 -52-

F-Toby Knight, 6-9, Sr., 15.2 (Capt.) C-Bruce Flowers, 6-8, So., 11.3 G-Rich Branning, 6-3, Fr., 10.7 G-Don Williams, 6-3, Jr., 18.1 Top Subs-Bill Paterno, 6-6, Sr., 9.6 (Capt.) Ray Martin, 6-1, Sr., 6.0 (Capt.) Bill Hanzlik, 6-7, Fr., 4.1 1977-78 (23-8) Midwest Regional Champions, 4t0h in NCAA Tournament 6th in AP, 11th in UPI Team-12th in nation in scoring margin (12.6) F-Dave Batton, 6-9, Sr., 14.0 (Capt.) F-Kelly Tripucka, 6-7, Fr., 11.7 C-Bruce Flowers, 6-8, Jr., 6.9 G-Rich Branning, 6-3, So., 11.0 G-Don Williams, 6-3, Sr., 13.3 (Capt.) Top Subs-Bill Laimbeer, 6-11, Jr., 8.1 Bill Hanzlik, 6-7, So., 3.7 Tracy Jackson, 6-5, Fr., 5.6 Jeff Carpenter, 6-0, Sr., 1.2 1978-79 (24-6) Mideast Regional Runner-up 4th in AP, 5th in UPI Team-2nd in the nation in scoring margin (15.6), 9th in field goal percentage (.527), 7th in free throw percentage (.763) Tripucka-29th in nation in free throw percentage (.854) F-Kelly Tripucka, 6-6, So., 14.3 F-Orlando Woolridge, 6-9, So., 11.0 C-Bill Laimbeer, 6-11, Sr., 6.4 (Capt.) G-Rich Branning, 6-3, Jr., 10.2 G-Bill Hanzlik, 6-7, Jr., 8.7 Top Subs-Bruce Flowers, 6-9, Sr., 9.5 (Capt.) Tracy Jackson, 6-5, So., 11.7 Stan Wilcox, 6-3, So., 3.9 1979-80 (22-6) Eliminated in 2nd round of Midwest Regional 9th in AP, 11th in UPI Team-6th in the nation in scoring margin (11.2), 17th in won-loss percentage (.786), 30th in rebounding margin (4.8) F-Kelly Tripucka, 6-6, Jr., 18.0 F-Tracy Jackson, 6-6, Jr., 15.1 C-Orlando Woolridge, 6-9, Jr., 12.2 G-Rich Branning, 6-3, Sr., 11.3 (Capt.) G-Bill Hanzlik, 6-7, Sr., 7.5 (Capt.) Top Subs-John Paxson, 6-2, Fr., 4.6 Gilbert Salinas, 6-11, Jr., 4.0 Stan Wilcox, 6-3, Jr., 2.8

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1980-81 (23-6) East Regional Semifinalist 7th in AP, 9th in UPI Team-2nd in nation in field goal percentage (.552), 15th in won-lost percentage (.793), 24th in scoring margin (9.6), 26th in rebounding margin (5.1) Woolridge-3rd in nation in field goal percentage (.650) F-Kelly Tripucka, 6-6, Sr., 18.2 (Capt.) F-Orlando Woolridge, 6-9, Sr., 14.4 (Capt.) C-Tim Andree, 6-10, So., 2.7 G-Tracy Jackson, 6-6, Sr., 12.9 (Capt.) G-John Paxson, 6-2, So., 9.9 Top Subs-Bill Varner, 6-6, So., 4.9 Tom Sluby, 6-4, Fr., 3.2 Joe Kleine, 6-11, Fr., 2.6 1981-82 (10-17) F-Bill Varner, 6-6, Jr., 10.0 F-Barry Spencer, 6-7, So., 5.8 C-Tim Andree, 6-10, Jr., 7.3 G-Mike Mitchell, 6-2, Sr., 6.4 (Capt.) G-John Paxson, 6-2, Jr., 16.4 Top Subs-Cecil Rucker, 6-8, So., 5.9 Ron Rowan, 6-5, Fr., 5.9 Tom Sluby, 6-4, So., 7.8 1982-83 (19-10) Eliminated in 1st round of NIT Team-6th in nation in field-goal percentage (.540), 4th in scoring defense (55.8), 10th in rebound margin (6.1), 17th in scoring margin (9.8) F-Bill Varner, 6-6, Sr., 11.1 F-Jim Dolan, 6-8, Fr., 6.3 C-Tim Kempton, 6-9, Fr., 10.6 G-John Paxson, 6-2, Sr., 17.7 (Capt.) G-Tom Sluby, 6-4, Jr., 5.0 Top Subs-Ken Barlow, 6-10, Fr., 6.6 Joseph Price, 6-5, Fr., 3.9 Tim Andree, 6-10, Sr., 2.5 1983-84 (21-12) Runnerup in NIT Team-6th in nation in rebound margin (7.0), 11th in scoring defense (57.8) F-Ken Barlow, 6-10, So., 9.0 F-Jim Dolan, 6-8, So., 7.3 C-Tim Kempton, 6-9, So., 10.3 G-Tom Sluby, 6-4, Sr., 18.7 (Capt.) G-JoJo Buchanan, 6-2, So., 3.1 Top Subs-Joseph Price, 6-5, So., 5.8 Scott Hicks, 6-3, Fr., 4.8 Joe Howard, 5-9, Jr., 5.5 Donald Royal, 6-7, Fr., 3.4 Dan Duff, 6-0, Jr., 3.3

1984-85 (21-9) Eliminated in 2nd round of NCAA Southeast Regional Team-8th in the nation in rebound margin (7.0), 28th in free-throw percentage (.739) F-Ken Barlow, 6-10, Jr., 14.6 (Capt.) F-Donald Royal, 6-7, So., 9.1 C-Tim Kempton, 6-9, Jr., 7.1 (Capt.) G-David Rivers, 6-0, Fr., 15.8 G-Scott Hicks, 6-3, So., 8.8 Top Subs-Joseph Price, 6-5, Jr., 5.3 Jim Dolan, 6-8, Jr., 4.3, (Capt.) Matt Beeuwsaert, 6-6, Fr., 3.3 Gary Voce, 6-9, Fr., 2.2 Dan Duff, 6-0, Sr., 1.7 1985-86 (23-6) Eliminated in 1st round of NCAA Midwest Regional 10th in AP Team-1st in the nation in rebound margin (8.6), 3rd in free-throw percentage (.776), 5th in scoring margin (14.1), 18th in field-goal percentage (.521), 19th in scoring offense (78.9), 21st in win-loss percentage (.793) Barlow-12th in free-throw percentage (.887) F-Ken Barlow, 6-10, Sr., 14.9 (Capt.) F-Donald Royal, 6-7, Jr., 10.6 C-Tim Kempton, 6-9, Sr., 6.5 G-David Rivers, 6-0, So., 16.7 G-Mark Stevenson, 6-5, Fr., 8.7 Top Subs-Joseph Price, 6-5, Sr., 6.2 Jim Dolan, 6-8, Sr., 5.3 Scott Hicks, 6-3, Jr., 5.4 Sean Connor, 6-6, Fr., 3.5 Gary Voce, 6-9, So., 2.9 1986-87 (24-8) Eliminated in semifinal of NCAA East Regional 18th in AP, UPI Team-4th in nation in scoring defense (59.4), 8th in free-throw percentage (.765), 12th in rebound margin (6.1) F-Donald Royal, 6-8, Sr., 15.6 (Capt.) F-Mark Stevenson, 6-6, So., 10.6 C-Gary Voce, 6-9, Jr., 4.7 G-David Rivers, 6-0, Jr., 15.7 G-Scott Hicks, 6-3, Sr., 5.4 Top Subs-Sean Connor, 6-6, So., 3.5 Jamere Jackson, 6-2, Fr., 2.2 Scott Paddock, 6-9, Fr., 1.6 Joe Fredrick, 6-4, Fr., 1.3

2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 1987-88 (20-9) Eliminated in 1st Round of NCAA East Regional Team-1st in nation in rebound margin (9.9), 15th in scoring defense (63.3) F-Gary Voce, 6-9, Sr., 11.7 (Capt.) F-Jamere Jackson, 6-2, So., 5.3 C-Keith Robinson, 6-9, So., 9.6 G-David Rivers, 6-0, Sr., 22.0 (Capt.) G-Joe Fredrick, 6-4, So., 7.7 Top Subs-Mark Stevenson, 6-6, Jr., 10.5 Sean Connor, 6-7, Jr., 4.0 Scott Paddock, 6-9, So., 3.1 1988-89 (21-9) Eliminated in 2nd Round of NCAA East Regional Team-22nd in the nation in field goal percentage (.512), 8th in the nation in three-point field goal percentage (.450), 2nd in rebounding margin (9.0) Singleton - 14th in the nation in assists (6.9) F-Jamere Jackson, 6-2, Jr., 13.5 (Capt.) F-LaPhonso Ellis, 6-9, Fr., 13.5 C-Keith Robinson, 6-9, Jr., 12.3 G-Joe Fredrick, 6-4, Jr., 16.7 G-Tim Singleton, 6-1, So., 5.8 Top Subs-Elmer Bennett, 6-1, Fr., 5.5 Daimon Sweet, 6-5, Fr., 5.2 Scott Paddock, 6-9, Jr., 2.7 1989-90 (16-13) Eliminated in 1st Round of NCAA Southeast Regional Team-11th in the nation in field goal percentage (.512), 5th in rebounding margin (8.2) Robinson - 19th in the nation in field goal percentage (.607) and 16th in free throw percentage (.870) Ellis-3rd in the nation in rebounding (12.6) F-Monty Williams, 6-7, Fr., 7.7 F-LaPhonso Ellis, 6-9, So., 14.0 C-Keith Robinson, 6-9, Sr., 14.7 G-Joe Fredrick, 6-4, Sr., 13.0 (Capt.) G-Elmer Bennett, 6-1, So., 10.9 Top Subs-Tim Singleton, 6-1, Jr., 4.2 Daimon Sweet, 6-5, So., 6.6 Jamere Jackson, 6-2, Sr., 4.4 (Capt.) 1990-91 (12-20) F-Kevin Ellery, 6-5, Sr., 11.4 F-Daimon Sweet, 6-5, Jr., 16.3 C-Keith Tower, 6-11, Jr., 7.9 G-Tim Singleton, 6-1, Sr., 5.5 (Capt.) G-Elmer Bennett, 6-1, Jr., 14.4 Top Subs-LaPhonso Ellis, Jr., 6-9, 16.4

Brooks Boyer, Fr., 6-3, 2.8 Jon Ross, Fr., 6-9, 2.0, Carl Cozen, Fr., 6-6, Fr., 1.7 Joe Ross, Fr., 6-10, 1.3

1991-92 (18-15) Runnerup in NIT Ellis-7th in nation in rebounding (11.7) and 9th in field goal percentage (.631) F-LaPhonso Ellis, 6-8, Sr., 17.7 (Capt.) F-Billy Taylor, 6-4, Fr., 6.4 C-Keith Tower, 6-11, Sr., 4.3 (Capt.) G-Elmer Bennett, 6-0, Sr.,16.5 (Capt.) G-Daimon Sweet, 6-5, Sr. 16.8 (Capt.) Top Subs-Jon Ross, So., 6-9, 3.6 Malik Russell, Fr., 6-7, 1.8 Brooks Boyer, So., 6-1, 1.0. 1992-93 (9-18) F-Monty Williams, 6-8, Sr., 18.5 (Capt.) F-Malik Russell, 6-3, So., 7.0 F/G-Billy Taylor, 6-4, So., 7.4 C-Jon Ross, 6-9, Jr., 6.5 G-Ryan Hoover, 6-1, Fr., 10.2 Top Subs-Carl Cozen, Jr., 6-6, 4.2 Jason Williams, So., 6-1, 4.2 Brooks Boyer (Capt.), Jr., 6-2, 3.5 1993-94 (12-17) Williams-34th in nation in scoring (22.4) Hoover-8th in nation in free throw percentage (90.5) F-Monty Williams, 6-8, Sr., 22.4 (Capt.) F-Billy Taylor, 6-4, Jr., 2.8 C-Joe Ross, 6-10, Sr., 5.1 (Capt.) G-Ryan Hoover, 6-1, So., 13.2 G-Lamarr Justice, 6-2, Jr., 4.1 Top Subs-Keith Kurowski, So., 6-2, 10.0 Admore White, Fr., 6-1, 3.8 Jon Ross, Sr., 6-9, 3.6 (Capt.) Carl Cozen, Sr., 6-6, 3.6 (Capt.)

Brooks Boyer, Sr., 6-2, 0.6. (Capt.).

1994-95 (15-12) F-Pat Garrity, Fr., 6-9, 13.4 F-Jason Williams (Capt.), Sr., 6-1, 7.7 C-Matt Gotsch, So., 6-11, 7.0 G-Ryan Hoover, Jr., 6-1, 9.9 G-Lamarr Justice (Capt.), Sr., 6-2, 7.9 Top Subs-Keith Kurowski, Jr., 6-2, 9.7 Derek Manner, Fr., 6-6, 4.6 Marcus Young, So., 6-9, 4.3 Billy Taylor (Capt.), Sr., 6-5, 3.6

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Jimmy Dillon, So., 6-1, 1.8 (1.6 BIG EAST) Hans Rasmussen, Fr., 6-9, 1.7 (1.6 BIG EAST) Todd Palmer, So., 6-7, 1.6 (1.2 BIG EAST)

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2000-01 (20-10, 11-5 BIG EAST) BIG EAST West Division Champions Eliminated in 2nd Round of NCAA Midwest Regional Team-10th in nation in field goal per1998-99 (14-16, 8-10 BIG EAST) centage defense (.393), 28th in threeF-Troy Murphy, Fr., 6-9, 19.2 point field goal percentage (.384) and (19.2 BIG EAST) 30th in scoring margin (+8.7) F-David Graves, Fr., 6-5, 12.3 Murphy-12th in nation in scoring (11.7 BIG EAST) (21.8) and 31st in rebounding 9.2 C-Phil Hickey (Capt.), Sr., 6-11, 9.1 Humphrey-18th in nation in blocked (8.9 BIG EAST) shots (2.7) G-Martin Ingelsby, So., 5-11, 8.2 Ingelsby-13th in nation in assists (6.4) (7.5 BIG EAST) F-Troy Murphy (Capt.), Jr., 6-11, 21.8 G-Antoni Wyche (Capt.), Sr., 6-5, 11.2 (22.8 BIG EAST) (10.7 BIG EAST) F-Ryan Humphrey, Jr., 6-8, 14.1 Top Subs-Harold Swanagan, Fr., 6-6, 6.1 (12.3 BIG EAST) (6.9 BIG EAST) F-David Graves, Jr., 6-6, 13.8 Jimmy Dillon, Jr., 6-2, 2.8 1996-97 (16-14, 8-10 BIG EAST) (12.3 BIG EAST) (2.7 BIG EAST) Quarterfinalist in NIT C-Harold Swanagan, Jr., 6-7, 4.2 Skylard Owens, Jr., 6-4, 2.0 F-Pat Garrity, Jr., 6-9, 21.2 (5.3 BIG EAST) (2.8 BIG EAST) (20.1 BIG EAST) Dennis Carroll (Capt.), Sr., 6-5, 1.1 G-Martin Ingelsby, (Capt.), Sr., 6-0, 8.2 F-Derek Manner, Jr., 6-6, 7.0 (0.6 BIG EAST) (8.4 BIG EAST) (6.7 BIG EAST) Paul Rainey (Capt.), Sr., 6-1, 0.7 G-Matt Carroll, So., 6-6, 12.4 C-Matt Gotsch (Capt.), Sr., 6-11, 7.6 (0.4 BIG EAST) (12.4 BIG EAST) (7.6 BIG EAST) Top Subs-Jere Macura, So., 6-9, 1.9 G-Pete Miller (Capt.), Sr., 6-5, 5.7 1999-2000 (22-15, 8-8 BIG EAST) (1.5 BIG EAST) (5.2 BIG EAST) Runnerup in NIT Torrian Jones, Fr., 6-4, 1.3 G-Admore White (Capt.), Sr., 6-1, 10.0 Team-21st in nation in free-throw (1.3 BIG EAST) (10.3 BIG EAST) percentage (.742) and 26th in nation in Top Subs-Antoni Wyche, So., 6-4, 5.5 three-point field goal percentage (.382) (6.8 BIG EAST) Murphy-9th in nation in rebounding David Lalazarian, Fr., 6-7, 5.3 (10.3) and 19th in scoring 22,7(.631), (3.7 BIG EAST) Graves-19th in nation in three-point Gary Bell, So., 6-4, 4.1 field goal percentage (.456) (5.0 BIG EAST) F-Troy Murphy (Capt.), So., 6-10, 22.7 Keith Friel, Fr., 6-3, 4.0 (21.7 BIG EAST) (3.4 BIG EAST) F-David Graves, So., 6-6, 13.1 Phil Hickey, So., 6-10, 3.6 (11.9 BIG EAST) (3.1 BIG EAST) C-Harold Swanagan, So., 6-7, 6.4 (6.7 BIG EAST) 1997-98 (13-14, 7-11 BIG EAST) G-Jimmy Dillon, Sr., 6-2, 4.0 F-Pat Garrity (Capt.), Sr., 6-9, 23.2 (5.0 BIG EAST) (24.1 BIG EAST) G-Matt Caroll, Fr., 6-6, 9.8 F-Derek Manner (Capt.), Sr., 6-6, 6.1 (10.0 BIG EAST) (6.2 BIG EAST) Top Subs-Martin Ingelsby, Jr., 6-0, 4.7 C-Phil Hickey, Jr., 6-10, 10.7 (4.0 BIG EAST) (10.4 BIG EAST) Jere Macura, Fr., 6-9, 4.6 G-Martin Ingelsby, Fr., 5-11, 6.6 (4.4 BIG EAST) (5.7 BIG EAST) Ivan Kartelo, Fr., 6-11, 2.5 G-Antoni Wyche, Jr., 6-4, 9.4 (2.3 BIG EAST) (8.8 BIG EAST) Mike Monserez, Fr., 6-6, 2.2 Top Subs-Keith Friel, So., 6-3, 8.9 (0.8 BIG EAST) (10.8 BIG EAST) Skylard Owens (Capt.), Sr., 6-4, 0.5 Leviticus Williamson, Fr., 6-6, 2.0

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F-Torin Francis (capt.), Jr., 6-11, 9.3 2001-02(22-11, 10-6 BIG EAST) (10.1 BIG EAST) Eliminated in 2nd Round of NCAA South G-Chris Thomas (capt.), Sr., 6-1, 14.2 Regional (13.6 BIG EAST) Team-3rd in nation in assists (19.1), 18th G-Chris Quinn (capt.), Jr., 6-2,12.6 in field goal percentage defense (.397), (13.1 BIG EAST) 19th in scoring margin (+10.5) and 29th G-Colin Falls, So., 6-4, 12.6 in scoring offense (78.8) (15.2 BIG EAST) Humphrey-9th in nation in rebounding Top Subs-F-Rick Cornett, Jr., 6-8, 3.7 (10.9) and 18th in blocked shots (2.8) (4.3 BIG EAST) Thomas-3rd in nation in assists (7.6) and F-Dennis Latimore, Sr., 6-9, 7.0 14th in free throw percentage (.889) (5.5 BIG EAST) F-Omari Isreal, So., 6-9, 1.4 F-Ryan Humphrey (Capt.), Sr., 6-8, 18.9 (1.1 BIG EAST) (17.9 BIG EAST) F-Rob Kurz, Fr., 6-9, 1.4 F-David Graves (Capt.), Sr., 6-6, 14.4 (0.0 BIG EAST) (13.9 BIG EAST) G-Russell Carter, So. 6-4, 3.5 C-Harold Swanagan (Capt.), Sr., 6-7, 8.1 (2.0 BIG EAST) (6.5 BIG EAST) G-Chris Thomas, Fr., 6-1, 15.6 2005-06(16-14, 6-10 BIG EAST) (15.5 BIG EAST) Eliminated in Second Round of the NIT. G-Matt Carroll, Jr., 6-6, 14.1 Falls- Single season mark for 3-pointers (14.0 BIG EAST) (102), first to eclipse 100 in a season. Top Subs-Torrian Jones, So., 6-4, 3.5 Francis-first player in Irish history to lead (3.8 BIG EAST) team in rebounding average in four conJordan Cornette, Fr., 6-9, 2.7 secutive seasons. (2.8 BIG EAST) Quinn- Third Irish player to average 20 Jere Macura, Jr., 6-9, 4.1 ppg in BIG EAST play (20.6) (1.5 BIG EAST) F-Rob Kurz, So., 6-9, 6.3 (6.4 BIG EAST) 2002-03(24-10, 10-6 BIG EAST) F-Torin Francis (Capt.), Sr., 6-11, 11.6 Eliminated in semifinal of NCAA West (10.3 BIG EAST) Regional G-Russell Carter, Jr., 6-4, 11.6 Team-11th in nation in blocked shots (7.2 BIG EAST) (5.6), 12th in free-throw percentage, G-Chris Quinn (Capt.), Sr., 6-2, 17.7 18th in three-point field goals (8.3), 20th (12.7 BIG EAST) in scoring offense (79.2), 27th in assists G-Colin Falls, Jr., 6-4, 13.9 (16.4) and 28th in three-point field goal (11.4 BIG EAST) percentage (.385) Top Subs-F-Rick Cornett (Capt.), Sr., 6-8, 3.7 Thomas-8th in nation in assists (6.9) and (5.0 BIG EAST) 26th in free-throw percentage (.871) G-Kyle McAlarney, Fr., 6-1, 6.6 Cornette-11th in nation in blocked shots (6.2 BIG EAST) (2.2) F-Ryan Ayers, Fr.. 6-8, 1.1 F-Jordan Cornette, So., 6-9, 3.0 (0.6 BIG EAST) (3.6 BIG EAST) F- Luke Zeller, Fr., 6-11, 3.4 F-Dan Miller (Capt.), Sr.,6-8, 13.9 (2.6 BIG EAST) (11.6 BIG EAST) F-Torin Francis, Fr., 6-10, 11.1 (9.5 BIG EAST) 2006-07 (24-8, 10-6 BIG EAST) G-Chris Thomas, So Eliminated in first round of NCAA Midwest Regional 4-1 vs. ranked opponents 2004-05 (17-12. 9-7 BIG EAST) Team-8th in scoring offense (81.) and Eliminated in First Round of the NIT scoring margin (+13.0), 15th in assists Team-15th in nation in three-point field (17.3), 23rd in free throw percentage goals made (8.7) (.743), tied for 17th in three-point field Thomas-12th in nation in assists (6.7) goals made (9.0), F-Jordan Cornette (capt.), Sr., 6-9, 4.2 Falls-14th in three point field goals made (3.9 BIG EAST)

(3.3) F-Rob Kurz, Jr., 6-9, 12.6 (10.4 BIG EAST) F-Luke Harangody, 6-8, 11.6 (10.2 BIG EAST) G-Russell Carter, Sr., 6-4, 17.6 (16.1 BIG EAST) G-Tory Jackson, Fr., 5-10, 8.0 (9.4 BIG EAST) G-Colin Falls, Sr., 6-5, 14.8 (15.9 BIG EAST) Top Subs-F-Ryan Ayers, So., 6-8, 2.9 (3.8 BIG EAST) G-Jonathan Peoples, Fr., 6-3, 1.8 (1.6 BIG EAST)

2007-08 (24-8, 14-4 BIG EAST) Eliminated in the second round of NCAA East Regional Team-First in nation in assists (18.4) Luke Harangody-12th in rebounding (106) F-Luke Harangody, So., 6-8, 20.4 (23.3 BIG EAST) F-Rob Kurz, Sr., 6-9, 12.5 (11.8 BIG EAST) F-Zach Hillesland, Jr., 6-9, 6.1 (5.7 BIG EAST) G-Tory Jackson, So., 5-11, 8.0 (9.1 BIG EAST) G-Kyle McAlarney, Jr., 6-0, 15.1 (15.6 BIG EAST) Top Subs-F-Ryan Ayers, Jr., 6-7, 7.8 (7.4 BIG EAST) F-Luke Zeller, Jr., 6-10, 4.5 (4.1 BIG EAST)

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2008-09 (21-15, 8-10 BIG EAST) Eliminated in the Semifinal round of the NIT Team- First in Assist Turnover Ratio (1.75) and Turnovers (9.5). Harangody-8th in scoring (23.3) and 6th in rebounding (11.8) F-Luke Harangody, Jr., 6-8, 23.3 (25.2 BIG EAST) F-Zach Hillesland, Sr., 6-9, 4.6 (4.2 BIG EAST) F-Ryan Ayers, Sr., 6-7, 11.1 (10.9 BIG EAST) G-Tory Jackson, Jr., 5-11, 10.6 (9.9 BIG EAST) G-Kyle McAlarney, Sr., 6-0, 15.0 (14.4 BIG EAST) Top Subs-F-Luke Zeller, Sr., 6-10, 4.9 (4.4 BIG EAST) G-Jonathan Peoples, Jr., 6-3, 3.2

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 2009-10 (23-12, 10-8 BIG EAST) Eliminated in the first round of the NCAA South Regional Team- Second in Assist Turnover Ratio (1.62) and sixth in Assists Per Game (16.7). Harangody-10th in scoring (21.8) F-Luke Harangody, Sr., 6-8, 21.8 (22.5 BIG EAST) F-Tim Abromaitis, Jr., 6-8, 16.1 (18.2 BIG EAST) F-Tyrone Nash, Jr., 6-8, 7.8 (8.7 BIG EAST) G-Tory Jackson, Sr., 5-11, 9.6 (10.8 BIG EAST) G-Ben Hansbrough, Sr., 6-3, 12.0 (11.4 BIG EAST) Top Subs-F-Carleton Scott, Jr., 6-7, 5.0 (4.7 BIG EAST) G-Jonathan Peoples, Sr., 6-3,3.4 (2.6 BIG EAST)

2010-11 (27-7, 14-4 BIG EAST) Eliminated in the third round of the NCAA Southwest Regional Team- Fourth in Assist Turnover Ratio (1.55), Twelfth in Assist per Game (16.6), Eleventh in Won-Lost (79.4%). Hansbrough- 14th in Three-point Field Goal Percentage (43.5%) Atkins- 20th in Assist Turnover Ratio (2.56) F-Tim Abromaitis,Sr., 6-8, 15.4 (14.7 BIG EAST) F-Tyrone Nash, Sr., 6-8, 9.5 (9.3 BIG EAST) F-Carleton Scott, Sr., 6-7, 11.2 (10.2 BIG EAST) G-Ben Hansbrough, Sr., 6-3, 18.4 (20.7 BIG EAST) G-Scott Martin, Sr., 6-8, 9.7 (9.4 BIG EAST) Top Subs-G-Eric Atkins, Fr., 6-2, 5.8 (5.2 BIG EAST) F-Jack Cooley, So., 6-9, 3.7 (3.0 BIG EAST)

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Year-By-Year Statistics

G FG-FGA FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FGA% FT-FTA FT% REB-AVG PF-DQ A BK ST PTS AVG 1898 Notre Dame 3 14 — — — 9 — — — — — — 37 12.3 Opponent 3 — — — — — — — — — — — 96 32.0 1899 Notre Dame 2 — — — — — — — — — — — 40 20.0 Opponent 2 — — — — — — — — — — — 17 8.5 1907-08 Notre Dame 16 — — — — — — — — — — — 586 36.6 Opponent 16 — — — — — — — — — — — 315 19.7 1908-09 Notre Dame 40 — — — — — — — — — — — 1,342 33.5 Opponent 40 — — — — — — — — — — — 771 19.3 1909-10 Notre Dame 14 194 — — — 63 — — — — — — 451 32.2 Opponent 14 — — — — — — — — — — — 300 21.4 1910-11 Notre Dame 10 105 — — — 47 — — — — — — 257 25.7 Opponent 10 — — — — — — — — — — — 201 20.1 1911-12 Notre Dame 18 230 — — — 65 — — — — — — 525 29.2 Opponent 18 — — — — — — — — — — — 306 17.0 1912-13 Notre Dame 15 — — — — — — — — — — — 478 31.9 Opponent 15 — — — — — — — — — — — 237 15.8 1913-14 Notre Dame 16 185 — — — 68 — — — — — — 438 27.4 Opponent 16 — — — — ��� — — — — — — 415 25.9 1914-15 Notre Dame 17 275 — — — 63 — — — — — — 613 36.1 Opponent 17 — — — — — — — — — — — 377 22.2 1915-16 Notre Dame 12 141 — — — 62 — — — — — — 344 28.7 Opponent 12 — — — — — — — — — — — 285 23.8 1916-17 Notre Dame 13 141 — — — 62 — — — — — — 344 26.5 Opponent 13 — — — — — — — — — — — 270 20.8 1917-18 Notre Dame 6 35 — — — 26 — — — — — — 96 16.0 Opponent 6 — — — — — — — — — — — 164 27.3 1918-19 Notre Dame 12 102 — — — 32 — — — — — — 236 19.7 Opponent 12 — — — — — — — — — — — 371 30.9 1919-20 Notre Dame 18 177 — — — 67 — — — — — — 421 23.4 Opponent 18 — — — — — — — — — — — 493 27.4 1920-21 Notre Dame 23 — — — — — — — — — — — 613 26.6 Opponent 23 — — — — — — — — — — — 585 25.4 1921-22 Notre Dame 19 200 — — — 108 — — — — — — 508 26.7 Opponent 19 — — — — — — — — — — — 576 30.3 1922-23 Notre Dame 22 200 — — — 186 — — — — — — 586 26.6 Opponent 22 — — — — — — — — — — — 595 27.0 1923-24 Notre Dame 23 246 — — — 108 — — — — — — 600 26.1 Opponent 23 — — — — — — — — — — — 501 21.8 1924-25 Notre Dame 22 248 — — — 127-246 .516 — 226- 7 — — — 623 28.3 Opponent 22 — — — — — — — — — — — 535 24.3 1925-26 Notre Dame 20 272 — — — 141 — — — — — — 685 34.2 Opponent 20 — — — — — — — — — — — 426 21.3 1926-27 Notre Dame 20 256 — — — 118 — — — — — — 630 31.5 Opponent 20 — — — — — — — — — — — 390 19.5 -57-


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— — — — 546 27.3 — — — — 407 20.4

— — 133-245 .543 — 224- 9 — — — 577 28.9 — — — — — — — — — 428 21.4 — —

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105-203 .517 — — — —

232- 9 —

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— 485 24.3 — 475 23.8

— — 134-248 .540 — 237-11 — — — 620 31.0 — — — — — — — — — 438 21.9 — — 179-346 .517 — 284-17 — — — 749 34.0 — — — — — — — — — 618 28.1 — — 179-335 .534 — 290-11 — — — 823 34.3 — — — — — — — — — 609 25.4 — — — —

156 — — 233- 6 — — — 658 29.9 551 — — — — — — — 25.0

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191 — — — — —

— — — — 1,053 42.1 677 — — — — 27.1

— — 201-337 .594 — 261-12 — — — 875 38.0 — — — — — — — — — 646 28.1 — — — —

222 — — — — —

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227 — — 304-15 — — — 985 46.8 — — — — — — — 744 35.4

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220 — — 330- 9 — — — 986 46.9 — — — — — — — 775 36.9

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238 — — — — —

— — — — 1,062 48.3 — — — — 875 39.7

— — 223-345 .646 — — — — — —

346 — — — 1,045 47.5 — — — — 906 41.2

— — — —

— — — — 1,016 44.2 — — — — 688 29.9

237 — — 349-19 — — — 1,071 53.5 — — — — — — — 867 43.3

— — 144-270 .533 — — — — — —

288 — — — 924 48.6 — — — — 933 49.1

— — 199-347 .573 — — — — — —

346 — — — 1,241 62.1 960 — — — — 48.0

— —

— —

246-402 .612 — 241-398 .606 —

338 344

— —

— —

— 1,208 57.5 — 1,077 51.3

— —

— —

283-520 .544 — 306-584 .573 —

482 403

— —

— —

— 1,573 65.5 — 1,226 51.0

— —

— —

291-490 .594 — 304-532 .571 —

482 431

— —

— —

— 1,369 57.0 — 1,256 52.2

— —

— —

369-552 .667 — 340-548 .620 —

487 442

— —

— —

— 1,345 56.0 — 1,310 54.5

— —

— —

351-578 .607 — 350-604 .574 —

506-26 451

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— 1,471 61.3 — 1,382 57.6

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1950-51 Notre Dame Opponent 1951-52 Notre Dame Opponent 1952-53 Notre Dame Opponent 1953-54 Notre Dame Opponent 1954-55 Notre Dame Opponent 1955-56 Notre Dame Opponent 1956-57 Notre Dame Opponent 1957-58 Notre Dame Opponent 1958-59 Notre Dame Opponent 1959-60 Notre Dame Opponent 1960-61 Notre Dame Opponent 1961-62 Notre Dame Opponent 1962-63 Notre Dame Opponent 1963-64 Notre Dame Opponent 1964-65 Notre Dame Opponent 1965-66 Notre Dame Opponent 1966-67 Notre Dame Opponent 1967-68 Notre Dame Opponent 1968-69 Notre Dame Opponent 1969-70 Notre Dame Opponent 1970-71 Notre Dame Opponent 1971-72 Notre Dame Opponent 1972-73 Notre Dame Opponent

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24 564-1,762 .321 24 520-1,669 .312

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— —

394-624 .631 — 450-711 .633 —

665-53 524

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— —

— 1,522 63.4 — 1,490 62.1

26 681-1,954 .348 26 584-1,837 .317

— —

— —

327-574 .569 — 425-648 .656 —

613-41 544

— —

— —

— 1,689 64.9 — 1,593 61.3

24 645-1,837 .351 24 558-1,607 .346

— —

— —

447-760 .588 — 461-708 .651 —

469-21 493

— —

— —

— 1,737 72.3 — 1,577 65.6

25 687-1,924 .357 25 535-1,640 .326

— —

— —

522-831 .628 — 503-779 .646 —

521 544

— —

— —

— 1,896 75.8 — 1,572 62.9

24 660-1,958 .335 24 580-1,592 .364

— —

— —

476-742 .641 — 574-845 .679 —

501 437

— —

— —

— 1,796 74.8 — 1,734 72.3

24 681-1,855 .367 24 657-1,649 .398

— —

— —

471-718 .656 — 539-804 .670 —

481 434

— —

— —

— 1,833 76.2 — 1,853 77.2

28 900-2,179 .413 28 791-2,050 .386

— —

— —

564-793 .711 1,657-59.1 518-758 .683 1,257-44.9

452 468

— —

— —

— 2,364 84.4 — 2,100 75.0

29 912-2,332 .391 29 807-2,116 .381

— —

— —

550-767 .717 1,637-56.4 432-668 .647 1,314-45.3

499 540

— —

— —

— 2,374 81.9 — 2,046 70.6

25 705-2,054 .344 25 649-1,695 .383

— —

— —

345-533 .647 1,454-58.2 417-637 .655 1,349-54.0

449 391

— —

— —

— 1,755 70.2 — 1,715 68.6

26 732-1,908 .385 26 638-1,792 .356

— —

— —

409-637 .642 1,424-54.8 431-636 .678 1,333-51.2

454 448

— —

— —

— 1,873 72.0 — 1,707 65.7

26 676-1,742 .388 26 668-1,714 .389

— —

— —

404-623 .648 1,253-48.2 462-664 .692 1,280-49.2

464 436

— —

— —

— 1,756 67.6 — 1,798 69.2

23 629-1,797 .350 23 753-1,745 .432

— —

— —

390-552 .706 1,169-50.8 405-587 .690 1,269-55.2

442 408

— —

— —

— 1,768 76.8 — 1,911 83.1

26 803-2,023 .397 26 728-1,870 .389

— —

— —

436-635 .687 1,529-58.8 384-563 .682 1,211-46.6

439 451

— —

— —

— 2,042 78.5 — 1,840 70.8

24 833-2,027 .411 24 814-1,914 .425

— —

— —

361-531 .680 1,414-58.9 386-566 .682 1,230-51.3

419 401

— —

— —

— 2,027 84.5 — 2,014 83.9

27 922-2,273 .437 27 861-2,160 .391

— —

— —

433-653 .663 1,722-63.8 477-688 .693 1,289-47.7

527 483

— —

— —

— 2,417 89.5 — 2,199 81.4

26 713-1,900 .373 26 852-1,931 .441

— —

— —

506-710 .712 1,310-50.4 489-734 .666 1,315-50.6

569 610

— —

— —

— 1,932 74.1 — 2,203 84.6

28 853-1,940 .440 28 824-1,988 .415

— —

— —

535-783 .685 1,499-53.5 467-682 .686 1,223-43.7

537 574

— —

— —

— 2,241 80.0 — 2,115 75.5

30 895-1,974 .453 30 896-2,209 .406

— —

— —

531-717 .742 1,467-48.4 370-522 .709 1,243-41.4

415- 9 536-20

— —

— —

— 2,321 77.4 — 2,162 72.0

27 865-1,931 .443 27 779-1,913 .407

— —

— —

452-649 .692 1,396-51.6 440-640 .688 1,201-44.5

476-11 480-14

— —

— —

— 2,182 80.8 — 1,998 74.0

29 1,109-2,200 .482 29 997-2,223 .448

— —

— —

493-733 .672 1,529-52.8 502-728 .689 1,353-46.7

553-21 554-23

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— —

— 2,711 93.5 — 2,496 86.1

29 1,058-2,314 .457 29 978-2,200 .444

— —

— —

526-725 .725 1,524-52.8 466-710 .656 1,397-48.1

558-24 532-19

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— —

— 2,642 91.2 — 2,422 83.5

26 778-1,973 .393 26 867-1,766 .490

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349-556 .629 1,218-46.8 499-726 .687 1,357-52.1

664-19 469-13

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— —

— 1,905 73.2 — 2,233 85.8

30 953-2,058 .468 30 959-2,109 .438

— —

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402-637 .631 1,329-44.3 263-387 .680 1,230-41.0

475-13 597-21

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211 1,897 70.3 231 1,882 69.7

261-673 .388 134-350 .383 233-668 .349 128-369 .347

538-744 .723 1250-35.7 530-12 585 104 194 2635 75 134-350 .738 637-35.4 293-10 290 49 95 1327 73.7 414-558 .742 1128-32.2 633-17 487 117 209 2393 68.4 128-369 .747 615-34.2 341-7 272 81 103 1290 71.7

187 116 209 146

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273-708 143-354 234-662 128-334

599-827 287-404 363-511 196-267

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494-689 .717 1,341-46.2 250-373 .670 1,071-36.9

470- 7 518-27

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— —

— 2,606 89.9 — 2,116 73.0

29 996-2,090 .477 29 938-1,963 .478

— —

— —

488-662 .737 1,254-43.9 376-532 .707 1,083-37.3

599-15 623-25

446 478

— —

— 2,480 85.5 — 2,254 77.7

29 1,041-2,079 .501 29 880-1,928 .456

— —

— —

497-701 .709 1,343-46.3 409-604 .677 988-34.1

622-18 632-38

491 359

— —

— 2,478 85.4 — 2,171 74.9

29 992-1,971 .503 29 849-1,814 .468

— —

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494-687 .719 1,229-42.4 386-557 .693 9 16-31.6

597-14 621-25

499 403

— —

— 2,478 85.4 — 2,084 71.9

31 1,017-1,974 .515 31 840-1,883 .446

— —

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467-666 .701 1,187-38.3 431-591 .729 933-32.0

634-16 636-29

554 384

— —

— 2,501 80.7 — 2,111 68.1

30 941-1,786 .527 30 790-1,683 .469

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509-667 .763 1,037-34.6 342-485 .705 873-29.1

559-14 635-25

531 343

94 58

252 2,391 79.7 167 1,922 4.1

28 828-1,612 .514 28 758-1,589 .477

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530-760 .667 1,017-36.3 357-539 .662 883-31.5

571-15 611-22

456 369

86 80

205 2,186 78.1 159 1,873 66.9

29 824-1,492 .552 29 752-1,534 .490

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439-630 .697 895-30.9 306-434 .705 749-25.8

489-16 570-24

437 320

66 57

181 2,087 72.0 180 1,810 62.4

27 660-1,350 .489 27 648-1,270 .510

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290-430 .674 735-27.2 374-528 .708 764-28.3

505-19 482-12

285 320

65 80

142 1,610 59.6 131 1,670 61.9

29 770-1,427 .540 29 617-1,345 .459

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362-505 .717 889-30.7 385-565 .681 713-24.6

541-17 502-12

369 230

64 63

150 1,902 65.6 161 1,619 55.8

33 803-1,665 .482 33 747-1,641 .455

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526-779 .675 1,144-34.7 415-620 .669 914-27.7

624-18 698-30

428 398

61 99

208 2,132 64.6 223 1,909 57.8

30 761-1,642 .463 30 725-1,563 .464

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571-773 .739 1,088-36.3 420-585 .718 878-29.3

579-17 645-27

331 300

55 107

237 2,093 69.8 199 1,870 62.3

29 860-1,651 .521 29 769-1,632 .471

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567-731 .776 1,057-36.4 341-496 .688 8 07-27.8

532-11 603-25

433 368

65 78

214 2,287 78.9 194 1,879 64.8

32 757-1,558 .486 32 751-1,621 .463

44-120 52-171

.367 .304

525-686 .765 1,043-32.6 348-501 .695 847-26.5

519-10 616-24

380 351

54 62

166 2,083 65.1 167 1,902 59.4

29 808-1,595 .507 29 728-1,576 .462

64-123 84-224

.520 .375

436-595 .733 1,045-36.0 296-418 .708 759-26.2

469-10 538-11

406 396

30 78

180 2,116 73.0 185 1,836 63.3

30 908-1,772 .512 30 794-1,686 .471

76-199 135-319

.382 .423

416-608 .684 1,132-37.7 430-616 .698 863-28.8

587-12 554-16

503 409

84 98

181 2,326 77.5 233 2,153 71.8

29 847-1,653 .512 29 798-1,707 .467

76-199 121-337

.382 .359

533-740 .720 1,098-37.9 458-627 .730 859-29.6

579-15 580-13

468 447

72 79

156 2,303 79.4 203 2,175 75.0

32 837-1,771 .473 32 851-1,826 .466

97-269 181-503

.361 .360

462-650 .711 1,099-34.3 494-682 .724 1,009-31.5

598-22 595-18

504 521

59 78

192 2,233 69.8 244 2,377 74.3

33 888-1802 .493 33 857-1,910 .449

104-295 168-446

.353 .377

422-624 .676 1,162-35.2 479-731 .655 1,063-32.2

652-20 587-14

488 422

145 42

197 2,302 69.8 263 2,361 71.5

27 595-1,440 .413 27 653-1,510 .432

135-404 161-441

.344 .365

388-573 .677 944-35.0 388-573 .670 983-36.4

568-20 515-16

348 356

64 81

161 1,713 63.4 234 1,898 70.3

29 741-1,652 .449 29 706-1,649 .428

178-472 171-478

.377 .358

418-627 .667 1,069-37.1 546-806 .677 1,049-36.2

656-24 573-13

542 477

77 87

214 2,078 72.2 288 2,129 73.4

27 701-1,523 .460 27 622-1,486 .419

131-370 156-443

.354 .352

364-539 .675 940-34.8 482-744 .648 972-36.0

601-14 500-8

436 344

91 90

27 18 27 18

127-425 94-301 176-458 125-326

.299 .312 .384 .383

356-572 234-370 471-694 329-471

593-14 400-11 531 355

405 278 365 257

74 40 115 78

.430 .430 .419 .427

.622 1,012-37.5 .632 679-37.7 .679 1,014-37.6 .699 666-37.0

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1996-97 Notre Dame 30 755-1,640 .460 BIG EAST 18 433-983 .440 Opponent 30 750-1,870 .401 BIG EAST 18 444-1,126 .394 1997-98 Notre Dame 27 676-1,514 .446 BIG EAST 18 434-991 .438 Opponent 27 709-1,666 .426 BIG EAST 18 480-1,117 43.0 1998-99 Notre Dame 30 782-1,656 .472 BIG EAST 18 454-968 .469 Opponent 30 801-1,866 .429 BIG EAST 18 483-1,129 .428 1999-2000 Notre Dame 37 896-1,921 .466 BIG EAST 16 372-837 .444 Opponent 37 910-2,219 .410 BIG EAST 16 398-940 .423 2000-01 Notre Dame 30 814-1,763 .462 BIG EAST 16 408-912 .447 Opponent 30 781-1,988 .393 BIG EAST 16 419-1,055 .397 2001-02 Notre Dame 33 934-2,037 .459 BIG EAST 16 426-983 .433 Opponent 33 835-2,102 .397 BIG EAST 16 427-1,044 .409 2002-03 Notre Dame 34 917-2,055 .446 BIG EAST 16 414-975 .425 Opponent 34 911-2,213 .412 BIG EAST 16 464-1,032 .450 2003- 04 Notre Dame 32 766-1,823 .420 BIG EAST 16 384-933 .412 Opponent 32 805-1,883 .428 BIG EAST 16 403-957 .421 2004-05 Notre Dame 29 671-1,635 .410 BIG EAST 16 360-883 .408 Opponent 29 688-1,622 .424 BIG EAST 16 391-908 .397 2005-06 Notre Dame 30 772-1718 .449 BIG EAST 16 426-964 .442 Opponent 30 775-1843 .421 BIG EAST 16 438-992 .442 2006-07 Notre Dame 32 869-1893 .459 BIG EAST 16 406-930 .437 Opponent 32 785-1881 .417 BIG EAST 16 403-953 .423 2007-08 Notre Dame 33 914-2015 .454 BIG EAST 18 503-1109 .454 Opponent 33 873-2125 .411 BIG EAST 18 524-1237 .424 2008-09 Notre Dame 36 988-2283 .433 BIG EAST 18 493-1148 .429 Opponent 36 958-2233 .429 BIG EAST 18 505-1140 .443 2009-10 Notre Dame 35 918-1953 .470 BIG EAST 18 446-999 .446 Opponent 35 873-2008 .435 BIG EAST 18 457-1044 .438

29 1,056-1,992 .530 29 933-2,091 .446

660-1,534 442-1,028 641-1,530 439-1,029

1,803 1,112 1,929 1,332

66.8 67.3 71.4 74.0

34 843-1832 .460 18 430-918 .468 34 815-1996 .408 18 440-1025 .429

152-458 93-283 184-521 112-320

.332 .329 .353 .350

467-698 .669 1,167-38.9 295-435 .678 713-39.6 407-619 .658 1,104-36.8 281-421 .667 687-38.2

584-8 372-6 610 380

510 280 413 246

93 61 93 65

220 2,129 71.0 136 1,254 69.7 277 2,091 69.7 187 1,281 71.2

169-461 99-289 165-456 111-296

.367 .343 .362 .375

375-562 .667 1051-38.9 477-12 262-395 .663 688-38.2 337-11 333-494 .674 983-35.7 509 238-351 .678 663-36.8 341

460 286 391 242

76 48 90 66

181 1896 70.2 115 1229 68.3 238 1916 71.0 164 1309 72.7

127-382 76-222 213-610 118-364

.332 .342 .349 .324

477-686 .695 1088-36.3 540-14 263-386 .681 649-36.1 299-5 411-575 .715 1046-34.9 595 229-322 .711 634-35.2 345

516 300 453 278

90 52 117 85

221 2168 72.3 132 1247 69.3 324 2226 74.2 210 1313 72.9

287-752 .382 127-334 .380 286-844 .339 133-375 .355

557-751 .742 1322-35.7 626-11 238-326 .730 563-35.2 380-7 412-614 .671 1231-33.3 694 197-297 .663 548-34.3 287

643 272 587 258

110 47 128 54

287 2636 71.2 122 1109 69.3 316 2518 68.1 132 1126 70.4

219-570 .384 106-294 .361 191-609 .314 108-326 .331

491-714 .688 1214-40.5 501-13 279-400 .698 641-40.1 266-8 325-491 .662 1160-38.7 623 170-256 .664 621-38.8 337-18

527 255 433 243

178 93 100 61

199 2338 77.9 101 1201 75.1 208 2078 69.3 107 1116 69.8

244-644 .379 109-323 .337 215-646 .333 98-302 .325

489-690 .709 1351-40.9 544-13 238-351 .678 662-41.4 279-9 371-557 .666 1243-37.7 604-13 187-287 .652 632-39.5 304-11

629 300 468 239

163 65 120 71

259 2601 78.8 106 1199 74.9 238 2256 68.4 127 1139 78.8

283-735 .385 134-368 .364 213-581 .367 102-256 .398

575-756 .761 1303-38.3 551-6 295-384 .768 609-38.1 261-3 389-566 .687 1315-38.7 657-14 194-282 .688 608-38.0 318-6

558 256 518 273

189 72 151 75

248 2692 79.2 103 1257 78.6 75 2424 71.3 95 1224 76.6

265-740 .358 133-371 .358 186-510 .365 86-256 .336

460-631 .358 1122-35.1 475-10 222-324 .685 585-36.6 252-9 355-508 .365 1180-36.9 292-9 199-289 .689 619-28.7 290-6

434 223 436 220

139 59 119 76

187 2257 70.5 95 1123 70.2 179 2151 67.2 88 1091 68.2

251-653 .384 155-385 .403 168-474 .354 84-249 .337

358-495 .723 1022-35.2 199-269 .740 538-33.6 314-478 .657 1031-35.6 205-310 .661 588-36.8

439-5 261-4 467-3 255-2

415 224 393 227

123 67 119 79

193 1951 67.3 82 1074 67.1 183 1858 64.1 95 1071 66.9

288-715 .403 172-417 .412 218-623 .350 128-334 .383

459-630 .729 1138-37.9 492-16 235-330 .712 607-37.9 273-12 353-510 .692 1061-35.4 552-16 218-309 .706 588-36.8 293-6

468 257 437 244

102 43 139 87

174 2291 76.4 79 1259 78.7 194 2121 70.7 93 1222 76.4

287-735 .390 132-348 .379 206-606 .340 105-308 .341

567-763 .743 1230-38.4 582-10 259-352 .736 581-36.3 290-5 400-582 .687 1095-34.2 641 207-301 .688 587-36.7 307-10

552 258 457 234

110 59 118 65

271 2592 81.0 112 1203 75.2 210 2176 68.0 111 1118 69.9

274-677 147-361 236-704 133-405

.405 .407 .335 .328

506-686 295-392 315-488 183-282

.738 1371-41.5 .753 747-41.5 .645 1182-35.8 .649 688-38.2

497-7 271-4 604-0 338-11

608 330 498 297

125 67 122 79

205 102 211 123

2608 1448 2297 1364

79.0 80.4 69.6 75.8

319-802 152-391 227-682 111-342

.398 .389 .333 .325

432-609 212-294 401-596 230-352

.709 1404-39.0 .721 700-38.9 .673 1376-38.2 .653 703-39.1

544-16 305-10 573-15 269-6

601 297 498 255

95 50 147 84

192 72 185 102

2727 1350 2544 1351

75.8 75.0 70.7 75.1

.386 .404 .353 .383

.724 ,1261-37.1 .710, 603-33.5 .710, 1111-32.7 .734, 573-31.8

517-10 272-6 697-26 346-9

563 276 457 240

128 58 113 56

156 92 173 98

2558 1290 2227 1204

75.2 71.7 65.5 66.9

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Year-By-Year at the Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center

Season Games Total Att. Avg. Sellouts Record Pct. Losses 1968-69 15 128,245 8,550 1 12-3 .800 UCLA, Michigan State, Creighton 1969-70 12 104,183 8,682 2 11-1 .917 Kansas 1970-71 13 127,829 9,833 5 11-2 .846 South Carolina, Indiana 1971-72 12 103,822 8,652 1 3-9 .250 Michigan St., St. Louis, Duquesne, Marquette, UCLA, West Virginia, St. John’s, Fordham, Villanova 1972-73 13 23,703 9,516 1 10-3 .769 Ohio St., Indiana, UCLA 1973-74 15 167,132 11,142 9 15-0 1.000 None 1974-75 14 143,181 10,227 3 12-2 .857 Michigan State, Indiana 1975-76 16 178,646 11,165 11 14-2 .875 Maryland, Marquette 1976-77 17 87,438 11,025 7 16-1 .941 UCLA 1977-78 16 178,818 11,176 14 15-1 .938 DePaul 1978-79 16 181,520 11,345 16 15-1 .938 UCLA 1979-80 16 180,369 11,273 15 14-2 .875 North Carolina State, Marquette 1980-81 17 191,643 11,273 16 16-1 .941 UCLA 1981-82 16 178,617 11,163 7 8-8 .500 UCLA, Murray State, Northern Illinois, Villanova, Marquette, North Carolina State, Fordham, DePaul 1982-83 19 204,807 10,779 7 16-3 .842 Kentucky, UCLA, Indiana 1983-84 18 184,400 10,244 5 15-3 .833 UCLA, DePaul, Pittsburgh 1984-85 18 195,531 10,863 9 15-3 .833 DePaul, Syracuse, North Carolina 1985-86 15 164,077 10,938 10 15-0 1.000 None 1986-87 17 182,230 10,719 14 14-3 .824 Western Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia 1987-88 17 179,589 10,564 5 14-3 .824 DePaul, Maryland, Vanderbilt 1988-89 16 172,999 10,812 6 12-4 .750 Syracuse, Duke, Boston College, Louisville 1989-90 13 132,468 10,189 3 11-2 .846 DePaul, Georgia Tech 1990-91 17 159,008 9,353 3 9-8 . 529 Indiana, USC, Rutgers, Virginia, Boston College, Duke, Syracuse, Creighton 1991-92 16 140,565 8,785 3 11-5 .688 Butler, Louisville, Missouri, Detroit Mercy, Michigan 1992-93 12 124,658 10,338 6 4-8 .333 Indiana, USC, St. Bonaventure, Duke, Kentucky, Marquette, Duquesne, Valparaiso 1993-94 15 142,247 9,483 3 8-7 .533 Manhattan, Loyola (IL), Providence, Butler, DePaul, North Carolina, Louisville 1994-95 16 158,298 9,854 9 13-3 .812 Duke, Kentucky, Marquette 1995-96 13 136,869 10,528 4 6-7 .461 Connecticut, UCLA, Georgetown, West Virginia, St. John’s, Providence, Miami (Fla.) 1996-97 18 160,206 8,900 3 14-4 .778 Indiana, Boston College, Villanova, Michigan 138,827 9,225 1 10-5 .667 St. John’s, Pittsburgh, Villanova, Connecticut, Miami 1997-98 15 1998-99 16 132,761 8,298 0 10-6 .625 Miami (Ohio), Indiana, Syracuse, Villanova, Rutgers, Georgetown 1999-00 20 175,404 8,770 3 16-4 .800 Miami (Fla.), Providence, Syracuse, Vanderbilt 2000-01 16 166,603 10,413 5 12-4 .750 Georgetown, Indiana, Miami (Ohio), Seton Hall 2001-02 13 143,257 11,020 6 9-4 .692 Villanova, Kentucky, Georgetown, Syracuse 2002-03 16 177,373 11,086 10 14-2 .875 Connecticut, Syracuse 2003-04 18 186,858 10,381 8 11-7 .611 Central Michigan, Indiana, Syracuse, Kentucky, Pittsburgh, Providence, Oregon 2004-05 18 184,319 10,230 9 13-5 .722 DePaul, Syracuse, UCLA. Pittsburgh, Holy Cross 2005-06 17 159,869 9.405 4 12-5 .706 Michigan, Syracuse, Georgetown, Villanova, Marquette 2006-07 18 162,435 9,027 2 18-0 1.000 None 2007-08 17 165,337 9.726 5 17-0 1.000 None 2008-09 18 169,703 9,428 6 15-3 .833 Connecticut, Marquette, Villanova 2009-10 20 168,033 8,402 6 17-3 .850 Loyola Marymount, Syracuse, St. John’s 2010-11 17 132,350 7,785 4 17-0 1.000 None Total 687 6,840,187 10,154 270 540-147 .786

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Records vs. All Opponents at Purcell Pavilion Opponent W L Air Force 2 0 Akron 3 0 Alabama 1 0 Albany 1 0 American 2 0 3 0 Army Ball State 2 0 Baylor 1 0 1 0 Belmont Boston College 6 3 Boston Univ. 4 0 Bowling Green 1 0 Brooklyn 1 0 Brown 2 0 Bucknell 3 0 Butler 7 2 BYU 3 0 California 1 0 Cal Poly (Pomona) 2 0 Cal State Northridge 1 0 4 0 Canisius 2 1 C. Michigan Charleston Southern 1 0 Chicago State 1 0 Cincinnati 4 0 The Citadel 2 0 2 0 Colgate Columbia 2 0 Connecticut 8 4 5 0 Cornell Creighton 4 2 Dartmouth 3 0 Davidson 6 0 Dayton 17 0 Denver 1 0 0 Delaware State 1 DePaul 17 8 1 Detroit Mercy 2 Drexel 1 0 Duke 2 4 Duquesne 1 2 East Carolina 1 0 E. Kentucky 1 0 E. Michigan 2 0 Elon 2 0 Evansville 1 0 Fairfield 3 0 Florida Inter. 2 0 Florida State 0 1 Fordham 12 2 Furman 1 0 Georgetown 7 5 Georgia 1 0 Georgia Tech 1 1 Georgia Southern 1 0 Gonzaga 1 0 0 Hardin-Simmons 1 Harvard 1 0 Hofstra 6 0 Holy Cross 3 1 Houston 1 0 Idaho 1 0 Indiana 6 11

1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 2 6 6 0 11 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 3 4 7 1 3 0 Loyola Marymount 2 1 Maine 2 0 Manhattan 5 1 Marist 2 0 Marquette 16 9 Maryland 5 2 Miami (Fl.) 4 3 0 2 Miami (Oh.) Michigan 2 4 Michigan State 2 2 Minnesota 2 0 Mississippi 1 0 2 1 Missouri Montana State 1 0 Monmouth 1 0 0 Morehead State 1 Mount St. Mary’s 1 0 0 1 Murray State Navy 1 0 New Hampshire 2 0 1 0 New Mexico New Orleans 1 0 1 0 NYU Niagara 1 0 Nicholls State 1 0 North Carolina 1 2 North Carolina St. 1 2 North Florida 2 0 Northeastern 1 0 Northern Illinois 3 1 Northern Iowa 2 0 Northwestern 4 0 Ohio State 0 1 Oklahoma City 1 0 Old Dominion 1 0 Oral Roberts 1 0 Oregon 1 1 Oregon State 1 0 Pennsylvania 1 0 Pittsburgh 11 4 2 0 Portland 0 Prarie View A&M 1 Princeton 1 0 Providence 9 4 Purdue 1 0 Quinnipiac 1 0 Indiana State IPFW IUPUI Iona Iowa Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Kent State Kentucky Lafayette La Salle Lehigh Liberty Long Island Louisville Loyola (Ill.) Loyola (Md.)

Rice 2 0 Rider 2 0 Rutgers 10 2 1 0 Sacred Heart St. Bonaventure 3 1 St. Francis (N.Y.) 2 0 0 St. Francis (Pa.) 8 St. John’s 9 5 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 8 0 St. Louis 4 1 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 1 0 St. Peter’s 3 0 Sam Houston St. 1 0 Samford 1 0 San Diego 2 0 San Francisco 7 0 Santa Clara 1 0 Savannah State 1 0 10 1 Seton Hall Siena 1 0 SMU 1 0 South Carolina 6 1 1 0 South Dakota South Florida 5 0 1 0 Stanford 1 0 Stetson Stonehill 2 0 2 0 Stony Brook 4 12 Syracuse Temple 1 0 0 Tennessee Tech 1 Texas Christian 2 0 Texas Tech 1 0 1 0 Tulane UAB 1 0 12 11 UCLA UMBC 1 0 USC 1 2 1 0 USC Upstate Utah 1 0 1 0 Utah State Valparaiso 21 1 Vanderbilt 2 2 Vermont 3 0 Villanova 9 8 Winston-Salem 1 0 Virginia 0 1 VMI 1 0 Virginia Tech 1 0 Wagner 1 0 Washington 1 0 Western Illinois 1 0 W. Kentucky 0 1 W. Michigan 6 0 West Virginia 15 4 Wichita State 1 0 William & Mary 1 0 Wisconsin 2 0 Wofford 1 0 8 0 Xavier Yale 2 0 Youngstown St. 2 0 TOTALS 550 154

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Walk-On Records One of the traditions of Notre Dame basketball has been walk-on players. Sometimes these individuals serve primarily as practice players who, when fortunate, see a few minutes or seconds of time at the end of a game. Others are awarded scholarships during their career, such as Pete Miller, who graduated in 1997, Paul Rainey and Dennis Carroll, who graduated in 1999, and 2000 graduate Skylard Owens. Charles Thomas, a 2002 alumnus, earned a scholarship in the final semester of the 2001-02 campaign. Here’s a look at the Notre Dame walk-on records that date back to the 1971-72 season: Career Records (as a walk-on) Games Played 1. Tim Healy (1976-80) 57 2. Marc Kelly (1978-82) 45 Skylard Owens (1996-99) 45 4. Willie Townsend (1971-73) 42 5. Tom Hansen (1971-74) 35 Field Goals Made 1. Willie Townsend (1971-73) 124 37 2. Mike Townsend (1971-73) 3. Joe Howard (1983-84) 34 4. Skylard Owens (1996-99) 27 5. Tom Hansen (1971-74) 26 Field Goals Attempted 269 1. Willie Townsend (1971-73) 2. Mike Townsend (1971-73) 96 3. Joe Howard (1983-84) 77 4. Tom Hansen (1971-74) 69 5. Skylard Owens (1996-99) 44

Rebounds 1. Willie Townsend (1971-73) 190 2. Mike Townsend (1971-73) 88 3. Skylard Owens (1996-99) 74 4. Joe Howard (1983-84) 32 5. Tim Healy (1976-80) 27 Personal Fouls 1. Willie Townsend (1971-73) 100 2. Joe Howard (1983-84) 49 41 3. Mike Townsend (1971-73) 4. Skylard Owens (1996-99) 35 5. Tom Hansen (1971-74) 27 Points 1. Willie Townsend (1971-73) 275 2. Joe Howard (1983-84) 127 3. Mike Townsend (1971-73) 91 4. Skylard Owens (1996-99) 68 5. Tom Hansen (1971-74) 62 Season Records

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Pete Miller (1993-94) 6 2. Charles Thomas (1998-02) 5 3. Matt Adamson (1990-93) 4 4 Tom Kopko (2007-11) 5. Tim Crawford (1988-90) 3 Dan Lustig (2002-03) 3

Games Played 1. Skylard Owens (1998-99) 30 2. Willie Townsend (1971-72) 26 3. Tom Hansen (1971-72) 25 Pete Miller (1993-94) 25 5. Mike Townsend (1971-72) 24

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Pete Miller (1993-94) 19 2. Charles Thomas (1998-02) 18 3. Tom Kopko (2007-11) 15 4. Matt Adamson (1990-93) 14 5. Dan Lustig (2002-03) 10

Field Goals Made 1. Willie Townsend (1971-72) 108 2. Mike Townsend (1971-72) 35 3. Joe Howard (1983-84) 34 4. Tom Hansen (1971-72) 25 5. Skylard Owens (1998-99) 23

Free Throws Made 1. Joe Howard (1983-84) 59 2. Willie Townsend (1971-73) 27 3. Mike Townsend (1971-73) 17 4. Skylard Owens (1996-99) 14 5. Pete Miller (1993-94) 11

Field Goals Attempted 1. Willie Townsend (1971-72) 245 2. Mike Townsend (1971-72) 86 3. Joe Howard (1983-84) 77 4. Tom Hansen (1971-72) 67 5. Skylard Owens (1998-99) 34

Free Throws Attempted 1. Joe Howard (1983-84) 98 2. Willie Townsend (1971-73) 54 3. Mike Townsend (1971-73) 34 4. Skylard Owens (1996-99) 33 5. Steve Nicgorski (1985-88) 22 -64-

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Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Pete Miller (1993-94) 6 2. Matt Adamson (1992-93) 3 Charles Thomas (2000-01) 3 Dan Lustig (2002-03) 3 5. Tim Crawford (1989-90) 2 Charles Thomas (2001-02) 2 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Pete Miller (1993-94) 19 2. Dan Lustig (2002-03) 10 3. Matt Adamson (1992-93) 9 4. Charles Thomas (2001-02) 8 5. Charles Thomas (2000-01) 6 Free Throws Made 1. Joe Howard (1983-84) 59 2. Willie Townsend (1971-72) 26 3. Mike Townsend (1971-72) 17 4. Skylard Owens (1998-99) 14 5. Pete Miller (1993-94) 11

Single-Game Records Points:

21 by Willie Townsend vs. Western Michigan and Duquesne, 1971-72 Field Goals: 10 by Willie Townsend vs. Western Michigan and Duquesne, 1971-72 Field Goals Attempted: 22 by Willie Townsend vs. Duquesne, 1971-72 Free Throws: 9 by Joe Howard vs. Villanova, 1983-84 Free Throws Attempted: 13 by Joe Howard vs. Villanova, 1983-84 Rebounds: 17 by Willie Townsend vs. DePaul, 1971-72 Assists: 12 by Joe Howard vs. Pittsburgh, 1983-84

Free Throws Attempted 1. Joe Howard (1983-84) 98 2. Willie Townsend (1971-72) 50 3. Mike Townsend (1971-72) 33 4. Skylard Owens (1998-99) 25 5. Tom Hansen (1971-72) 17 Rebounds 1. Willie Townsend (1971-72) 177 2. Mike Townsend (1971-72) 84 3. Skylard Owens (1998-99) 57 4. Joe Howard (1983-84) 32 5. Tom Hansen (1971-72) 24 Personal Fouls 1. Willie Townsend (1971-72) 86 2. Joe Howard (1983-84) 49 3. Mike Townsend (1971-72) 38 4. Skylard Owens (1998-99) 33 5. Tom Hansen (1971-72) 24 Points 1. Willie Townsend (1971-72) 242 2. Joe Howard (1983-84) 127 3. Mike Townsend (1971-72) 87 4. Tom Hansen (1971-72) 60 Skylard Owens (1998-99) 60

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Walk-on Year(s) GP-GS Min-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb. Avg. PF-D A B S Pts. Avg. Tom Kopko 2007-11 31-0 62-2.0 10-26 .385 4-15 .267 2-5 .400 5 .2 3-0 6 0 2 26 0.8 Tim Andree 2006-10 29-0 53-1.8 8-14 .571 0-0 — 2-4 .500 11 .4 6-0 2 1 2 18 .6 2005-07 14-0 21-1.5 1-1 1.000 0-0 — 2-4 .500 2 0.1 0-0 1 0 0 4 0.3 Kieran Piller 9-0 11-1.2 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-2 .000 3 0.3 2-0 0 0 1 3 0.3 Chris Murphy 2004-06 Greg Bosl 2003-04 11-0 9-0.8 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 — 1 0.1 0-0 1 0 1 3 0.3 John Carlson 2003-04 3-0 1-0.3 0-0 .000 0-0 — 2-2 1.000 1 0.3 0-0 0 0 0 2 0.7 Dan Lustig 2002-03 8-0 15-1.9 3-10 .300 3-10 .300 0-0 — 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 1 9 1.1 *Charles Thomas 1998-02 29-0 58-2.0 10-33 .303 5-18 .278 7-12 .583 7 0.2 4-0 4 0 5 32 1.1 John Carney 1999-00 3-0 6-2.0 1-1 1.000 0-0 — 0-0 — 1 0.3 0-0 0 0 0 2 0.7 1999-00 1-0 1-1.0 0-0 — 0-0 — 0-0 — 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Hunt Hanover John Hiltz 1999-00 4-0 6-1.5 3-11 .273 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 3 0.8 0-0 0 1 0 6 1.5 Mike Edwards 1998-99 2-0 2-1.0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 — 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0.0 B.J. Kloksa 1998-99 4-0 6-1.5 1-1 1.000 0-0 — 1-2 .500 0 0.0 0-0 3 0 0 3 0.8 Matt MacLeod 1997-99 13-0 14-1.1 3-7 .428 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 3 0.2 0-0 1 0 0 6 0.5 1997-99 13-0 17-1.3 1-6 .167 1-4 .250 1-2 .500 6 0.5 1-0 2 0 1 4 0.4 Tom Krizmanich *Skylard Owens 1996-99 45-2 396-8.8 27-44 .614 0-0 — 14-33 .424 74 1.6 35-0 10 6 7 68 1.5 Adin McCann 1996-97 1-0 2-2.0 0-0 — 0-0 — 0-2 .000 2 2.0 1-0 0 0 1 0 0.0 *Dennis Carroll 1995-97 14-0 23-1.6 2-7 .286 0-1 .000 5-6 .833 6 0.4 4-0 1 0 2 9 0.6 James Keenan 1995-96 5-0 4-0.8 0-0 — 0-0 — 0-0 — 0 0.0 2-0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1995-98 22-0 50-2.3 7-12 .583 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 5 0.2 3-0 5 0 1 15 0.7 *Paul Rainey Matt Vankoski 1994-96 10-0 14-1.4 1-5 .200 0-0 — 0-2 .000 3 0.3 4-0 0 0 0 2 0.2 Nick Wills 1994-98 18-0 25-1.4 2-11 .182 0-0 — 1-4 .250 6 0.3 4-0 0 0 1 5 0.3 Kevin Ryan 1994-95 6-0 12-2.0 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 0-0 — 5 0.8 2-0 0 1 0 2 0.3 *Pete Miller 1993-94 25-0 148-5.9 11-30 .367 6-19 .316 11-12 .917 14 0.6 19-0 9 0 8 39 1.6 Patrick Keaney 1992-94 12-0 15-1.3 0-2 .000 0-0 — 0-0 — 0 0.0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0.0 13-0 42-3.2 0-5 .000 0-0 — 4-8 .500 1 0.1 8-1 0 0 0 4 0.3 Sean Ryan 1992-94 Matt Adamson 1990-93 16-1 50-3.1 5-20 .250 4-14 .286 1-2 .500 5 0.3 5-0 3 1 3 15 0.9 Brendan Tully 1991-92 2-0 3-1.5 1-1 1.000 0-0 — 0-0 — 0 0.0 1-0 0 0 0 2 1.0 Oliver Gibson 1990-91 7-0 13-1.9 1-6 .167 1-2 .500 5-8 .625 5 0.7 2-0 0 0 1 8 1.1 Tim Crawford 1988-90 19-0 33-1.7 15-30 .500 3-6 .500 6-7 .857 5 0.3 2-0 0 0 4 39 2.1 1986-88 19-0 31-1.6 1-12 .083 0-1 .000 9-14 .642 1 0.1 1-0 0 0 0 11 0.6 Chris Nanni Steve Nicgorski 1985-88 28-0 44-1.6 9-24 .375 0-1 .000 7-22 .318 23 0.8 7-0 0 0 2 25 0.9 Casey Newell 1983-85 16-0 26-1.6 1-20 .050 — — 4-11 .364 2 0.1 1-0 2 0 2 6 0.4 23-11 549-23.9 34-77 .442 — — 59-98 .602 32 1.4 49-1 76 0 26 127 5.5 Joe Howard 1983-84 Karl Love 1981-83 20-0 35-1.8 9-18 .500 — — 2-2 1.000 4 0.2 1-0 1 0 0 20 1.0 1981-82 11-0 19-1.7 2-7 .286 — — 1-2 .500 2 0.2 1-0 1 0 1 5 0.5 Gary Grassey 45-0 82-1.8 9-25 .360 — — 2-8 .250 13 0.3 8-0 11 0 6 20 0.4 Marc Kelly 1978-82 32-0 55-1.7 5-12 .417 — — 8-11 .727 17 0.5 12-0 3 2 3 18 0.6 Kevin Hawkins 1978-81 Tim Healy 1976-80 57-0 129-2.3 15-40 .375 — — 9-20 .450 27 0.5 15-0 11 3 2 39 0.7 Chris Fabian 1976-77 13-0 39-3.0 4-12 .333 — — 5-9 .556 5 0.4 4-0 0 — — 13 1.0 14 — 13-18 .722 — — 0-2 .000 7 0.5 6-0 — — — 26 1.9 Tom Varga 1972-75 Tom Hansen 1971-74 35 — 26-69 .377 — — 10-18 .555 25 0.7 27-3 — — — 62 1.8 Frank Allocco 1972-73 6 — 3-5 .600 — — 0-0 — 3 0.5 4-0 — — — 6 1.0 Mike Townsend 1971-73 31 — 37-96 .385 — — 17-34 .500 88 2.8 41-0 — — — 91 2.9 Willie Townsend 1971-73 42 — 124-269 .461 — — 27-54 .500 190 4.5 100-8 — — — 275 6.5 Tom McGraw 1971-72 16 — 10-31 .323 — — 2-3 .667 6 0.4 7-0 — — — 22 1.3 Career Statistics Notes * - Miller was a walk-on for the 1993-94 season and was awarded a scholarship for 1994-97; Rainey was a walk-on for the 1995-96, 1996-97 and 1997-98 seasons and was awarded a scholarship for 1998-99; Carroll was a walk-on for the 1995-96 and 1996-97 seasons and was awarded a scholarship for 1998-99; Owens was a walk-on for the 199697, 1997-98 and 1998-99 seasons and was awarded a scholarship for the 1999-2000 season. Charles Thomas was a four-year walk-on (1998-2002) who was awarded a scholarship in his final semester.

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Year Opponent Site Score 1913-14 St. Lawrence Canton W, 25-23 1914-15 Wabash (2) Crawfordsville L, 25-29 1919-20 DePauw Notre Dame L, 33-38 1922-23 Illinois Notre Dame L, 38-41 1923-24 Michigan South Bend YMCA W, 29-25 1925-26 Detroit Notre Dame W, 31-26 1927-28 Pennsylvania Philadelphia W, 30-28 Michigan St. (3) Notre Dame W, 29-25 1928-29 Michigan S. (2) East Lansing W, 28-27 1929-30 Northwestern Notre Dame L, 28-30 1930-31 Pittsburgh Notre Dame L, 20-28 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh L, 32-35 Syracuse Syracuse L, 23-28 1932-33 Marquette Notre Dame L, 32-35 Butler Indianapolis W, 42-41 1933-34 Michigan St. (3) East Lansing W, 28-37 Minnesota Minneapolis L, 41-43 1937-38 Illinois Champaign L, 32-33 1938-39 Syracuse Syracuse W, 35-34 1940-41 Illinois Notre Dame L, 39-41 Syracuse Syracuse L, 23-28 1942-43 Wisconsin Notre Dame W, 61-59 Great Lakes Chicago L, 56-60 Great Lakes Notre Dame W, 44-42 1944-45 Kentucky Louisville W, 59-58 1946-47 Wisconsin Madison L, 49-53 1947-48 Northwestern Chicago W, 59-48 1948-49 Illinois Notre Dame L, 58-59 1951-52 NYU MSG* W, 75-74 1952-53 NYU MSG* W, 78-77 1955-56 Loyola (Chicago) Notre Dame W, 85-84 Michigan St. East Lansing L, 78-84 DePaul Notre Dame L, 74-77 Louisville Notre Dame L, 75-80 Providence Providence L, 83-85 1956-57 Canisius (2) Buffalo L, 89-94 1958-59 Butler (3) Indianapolis L, 89-92 1959-60 Michigan St. East Lansing L, 56-61 Northwestern (2) Evanston W, 93-88 1960-61 Bradley Chicago L, 81-84 1961-62 Northwestern Notre Dame W, 59-58 St. John’s (2) Notre Dame L, 72-78 1962-63 North Carolina Notre Dame L, 68-76 1963-64 Detroit Notre Dame L, 104-114 Purdue (2) Fort Wayne L, 103-112 1965-66 Bradley (2) Chicago L, 44-55 1966-67 Evansville Evansville L, 99-105 Michigan St. Notre Dame L, 99-105 1967-68 DePaul Notre Dame W, 91-85 Dayton MSG*$ L, 74-76 1968-69 St. John’s Jamaica, NY W, 71-67 1969-70 South Carolina New Orleans L, 83-84 Villanova Notre Dame W, 94-92 Marquette (2) Notre Dame W, 96-95 Detroit Deroit W, 95-93 1970-71 Santa Clara Notre Dame W, 85-83 Duquesne Pittsburgh L, 78-81 Illinois Chicago L, 66-68 Drake Wichita, Kan.! L, 72-79 1972-73 Ohio State Notre Dame L, 75-81 Kansas Notre Dame W, 66-64 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh W, 85-76 Virginia Tech MSG*$ L, 91-92 1973-74 Ohio State Columbus W, 76-72 1974-75 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh L, 77-84 South Carolina Notre Dame W, 66-65 Cincinnati Las Cruces, N.M! L, 87-95 1975-76 W. Michigan Notre Dame W, 95-88 1976-77 Maryland College Park W, 80-79 1977-78 DePaul Notre Dame L, 68-69 1979-80 DePaul (2) Notre Dame W, 76-74 Missouri Lincoln, Neb.! L, 84-87 1980-81 San Francisco Oakland L, 63-66 1981-82 Kentucky Louisville L, 28-34 Idaho Notre Dame W, 50-48 1982-83 Davidson Charlotte L, 51-54 1983-84 Northwestern Evanston L, 36-40 Washington (2) Seattle L, 61-63

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By the Decades 1910’s 1-2 (.333) 1920’s 5-2 (.714) 1930’s 3-6 (.333) 1940’s 5-4 (.556) 1950’s 4-7 (.364) 1960’s 6-10 (.375) 1970’s 8-9 (.471) 1980’s 7-11 (.389) 1990’s 7-9 (.438) 2000’s 7-8 (.466) By the Month November 3-2 (.600) December 9-18 (.333) January 16-20 (.444) February 19-18 (.514) March 6-9 (.400) April 0-1 (.000 (.588) Home: 30-21 Road: 22-44 (.333) Neutral Sites: 1-2 (.333) BIG EAST Tournament: 0-1 (.000) NIT Tournament: 0-4 (.000) NCAA Tournament: 0-3 (.000) At the Joyce Center: 22-8 (.733) 10-11 (.476) Multiple Overtime Games: All-Time Overtime Records Home Road Neutral Total 25-19 17-37 0-1 42-57 Single Overtimes Double Overtimes 4-1 3-6 1-2 8-9 Triple Overtimes 1-1 1-1 0-0 2-2 Four Overtimes 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 28-21 22-44 0-2 51-67 All-Time Overtime Coaching Records in Overtime Games Jess Harper 1-1 Charles Dorais 0-1 Walter Halas 0-1 George Keogan 10-8 Clem F. Crowe 1-0 2-3 Edward “Moose” Krause John Jordan 5-12 John Dee 6-8 Digger Phelps 16-17 John MacLeod 5-7 Matt Doherty 0-2 Mike Brey 7-8 All-Time Record in Close Games Games decided by one point 91-58 (.610) two points 72-79 (.477) three points 77-73 (.513) four points 62-42 (.596) five points 62-53 (.540)

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Biggest Wins and Losses Overall Wins 70 pts. Jan. 18, 1907 Kalamazoo YMCA (H) 64 pts. Jan. 15, 1907 South Bend C.A.C. (H) 61 pts. Dec. 6, 1944 Kellogg Field (H) 57 pts. Jan. 23, 1914 Indiana Dental (H) 55 pts. Feb. 19, 1986 Manhattan (MSG) 53 pts. Feb. 22, 1986 Miami (A) 53 pts. Dec. 27, 1978 St. Francis (Pa.) (H) 51 pts. Dec. 1, 1938 Kalamazoo (H) 50 pts. Dec. 28, 2006 Rider (H) 50 pts. Dec. 1, 1973 Valparaiso (H) 50 pts. Dec. 25, 1908 Shelby College (A) 49 pts. Feb. 15, 1907 Indianapolis YMCA (H) 49 pts. Dec. 7, 1935 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) (ST) 49 pts. Dec. 7, 1946 Ball State (H) 49 pts. Nov. 26, 1977 Mississippi (H)

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Home 70 pts. Jan. 18, 1907 Kalamazoo YMCA 78- 8 64 pts. Jan. 15, 1907 South Bend C.A.C. 66- 2 61 pts. Dec. 6, 1944 Kellogg Field 89-28 57 pts. Jan. 23, 1914 Indiana Dental 70-13 53 pts. Dec. 27, 1978 St. Francis (Pa.) 96-43 51 pts. Dec. 1, 1938 Kalamazoo 64-13 50 pts. Dec. 28, 2006 Rider 101-51 50 pts. Dec. 1, 1973 Valparaiso 112-62 49 pts. Feb. 15, 1907 Indianapolis YMCA 61-12 49 pts. Dec. 7, 1935 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 71-22 49 pts. Dec. 7, 1946 Ball State 80-31 49 pts. Nov. 26, 1977 Mississippi 111-62 Purcell Pavilion 53 pts. Dec. 27, 1978 St. Francis (Pa.) 96-43 50 pts. Dec. 28, 2006 Rider 101-51 50 pts. Dec. 1, 1973 Valparaiso 112-62 49 pts. Nov. 26, 1977 Mississippi 111-62 48 pts. Nov. 25, 1983 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 104-56 47 pts. Feb. 4, 1970 St. Peter’s 135-88 47 pts. Jan. 27, 1990 Miami 107-60 108-62 46 pts. Dec. 8, 2008 Northern Illinois 44 pts. Dec. 4, 1978 Rice 105-61 44 pts. Dec. 6, 1978 Northwestern 101-57 44 pts. Feb. 6, 1980 Manhattan 93-49 44 pts. Dec. 21, 1986 Valparaiso 98-54 43 pts. Jan. 12, 1974 Xavier 87-44 43 pts. Feb. 7, 1976 Davidson 117-74 43 pts. Dec. 11, 1982 Dartmouth 88-45 Away 55 pts. Feb. 19, 1986 Manhattan 102-47 53 pts. Feb. 22, 1986 Miami (Fla.) 126-73 50 pts. Dec. 25, 1908 Shelby College 64-14 45 pts. Dec. 26, 1908 Christian Brothers 60-15 44 pts. Feb. 5, 1913 Rose Polytechnical 54-10 42 pts. Mar. 9, 1974 Austin Peay (NCAA) 108-66 41 pts. Jan. 18, 1946 Detroit 81-40 40 pts. Nov. 23, 2001 Hawaii-Pacific 98-50 40 pts. Dec. 7, 1977 Northwestern 88-48

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Jan. 23, 1939 John Carroll 74-36 Dec. 4, 1939 Valparaiso 63-26 Jan. 27, 1909 Butler 47-11 Jan. 21, 1939 Canisius 72-36

Overall Losses 65 pts. Dec. 18, 1971 Indiana (A) 29-94 58 pts. Dec. 22, 1971 UCLA (A) 56-114 56 pts. Jan. 29, 1898 First Regiment (H) 8-64 51 pts. Dec. 23, 1967 UCLA (A) 63-114 47 pts. Dec. 30, 1961 Kentucky (LV) 53-100 39 pts. Feb. 12, 1995 Kentucky (H) 58-97 37 pts. Feb. 5, 1995 UCLA (A) 55-92 36 pts. Feb. 12, 1914 Syracuse (A) 14-50 36 pts. Dec. 15, 1917 Purdue (A) 12-48 36 pts. Feb. 9, 1944 Great Lakes (A) 48-84 36 pts. Jan. 10, 1955 Holy Cross (BO) 57-93 35 pts. Dec. 31, 1958 Northwestern (A) 67-102 35 pts. Jan. 5, 1991 North Carolina (ER) 47-82 Home 56 pts. Jan. 29, 1898 First Regiment 8-64 39 pts. Feb. 12, 1995 Kentucky 58-97 31 pts. Jan. 7, 1999 Villanova 62-93 26 pts. Dec. 5, 1981 UCLA 49-75 25 pts. Feb. 18, 1939 Marquette 22-47 25 pts. Jan. 29, 1972 UCLA 32-57 25 pts. Dec. 20, 1995 UCLA 58-83 23 pts. Jan. 29, 1923 Butler (Y) 18-41 23 pts. Feb. 18, 1991 Creighton 67-90 22 pts. Feb. 11, 1916 Wabash 19-41 22 pts. Feb. 5, 1989 Duke 80-102 DePauw 24-45 21 pts. Feb. 24, 1922 21 pts. Jan. 11, 1949 DePaul 38-59 Purcell Pavilion 39 pts. Feb. 12, 1995 Kentucky 58-97 31 pts. Jan. 7, 1999 Villanova 62-93 26 pts. Dec. 5, 1981 UCLA 49-75 UCLA 32-57 25 pts. Jan. 29, 1972 25 pts. Dec. 20, 1995 UCLA 58-83 23 pts. Feb. 18, 1991 Creighton 67-90 22 pts. Feb. 5, 1990 Duke 80-102 20 pts. Feb. 13, 1982 North Carolina State 42-62 20 pts. Dec. 6, 1995 Connecticut 65-85 20 pts. Jan. 28, 1998 Villanova 61-81 19 pts. Jan. 27, 1973 UCLA 63-82 19 pts. Feb. 13, 1993 Kentucky 62-81 18 pts. Dec. 1, 1971 Michigan 83-101 Away 65 pts. Dec. 18, 1971 Indiana 29-94 58 pts. Dec. 22, 1971 UCLA 56-114 51 pts. Dec. 23, 1967 UCLA 63-114 47 pts. Dec. 30, 1961 Kentucky (LV) 53-100 37 pts. Feb. 5, 1995 UCLA 55-92 36 pts. Feb. 12, 1914 Syracuse 14-50 36 pts. Dec. 15, 1917 Purdue 12-48

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Most Points Points (score) Opponent Site Date 135 (135-88) St. Peter’s Notre Dame (JC) 2-4-1970 126 (126-73) Miami (Fla.) Miami, Fla. 2-22-1986 125 (125-90) Villanova Philadelphia, Pa. 1-11-1975 121 (121-114) Butler Indianapolis, Ind. 2-23-1970 119 (119-78) Ball State Notre Dame (JC) 1-14-1976 118 (118-88) Vanderbilt Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3-16-1974 117 (117-74) Davidson Notre Dame (JC) 2-7-1976 117 (117-83) Valparaiso Notre Dame (JC) 12-2-1975 Washington, D.C. 2-9-2002 116 (116-111) Georgetown 116 (116-82) Ball State Notre Dame (JC) 12-4-1964 Most Points at Purcell Pavilion Points (score) Opponent Date 135 (135-88) St. Peter’s 2-4-1970 119 (119-78) Ball State 1-14-1976 117 (117-83) Valparaiso 12-2-1975 117 (117-74) Davidson 2-7-1976 115 (115-80) Tulane 2-16-1970 115 (115-85) Villanova 3-2-1974 113 (113-77) LaSalle 2-26-1977 112 (112-62) Valparaiso 12-1-1973 111 (111-92) Northern Illinois 12-10-1969 111 (111-86) Loyola (Chicago) 2-23-1977 111 (111-62) Mississippi 11-26-1977 Most Points at Notre Dame Fieldhouse Points (score) Opponent Date 116 (116-82) Ball State 12-4-1964 115 (115-87) Western Michigan 1-4-1965 113 (113-65) Toledo 1-23-1965 110 (110-77) St. Norbert 12-7-1965 108 (108-82) Utah State 2-15-1969 107 (107-60) Valparaiso 12-12-1963 107 (107-86) Detroit 12-10-1964 106 (106-74) Marquette 2-10-1958 105 (105-70) Detroit 1-12-1963 105 (105-68) King’s College (Pa.) 1-3-1968 Most points in a Loss Points (score) Opponent Site Date 106 (106-121) Iowa Columbus, Ohio 3-14-1970 106 (106-119) Houston Wichita, Kan. 3-20-1971 104 (104-114) Detroit Notre Dame (JC) 1-13-1964 103 (103-112) Purdue Fort Wayne, Ind. 1-21-1964 103 (103-106) Indiana Notre Dame (JC) 12-15-1970 102 (102-108) Indiana Fort Wayne, Ind. 12-4-1963 100 (100-102) Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 12-27-1969 99 (99-105) Evansville Evansville, Ind. 12-10-1966 99 (99-109) Kentucky Columbus, Ohio 3-12-1970 -70-

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Most points vs. Ranked Teams Points (score) Opponent Site Date 118 (118-88) #6 Vanderbilt Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3-16-1974 112 (112-82) #17 Ohio Dayton, Ohio 3-7-1970 106 (106-121) #7 Iowa Columbus, Ohio 3-14-1970 106 (106-119) #14 Houston Wichita, Kan. 3-20-1971 103 (103-106) #13 Indiana Notre Dame (JC) 12-15-1970 101 (101-98) #10 Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. 2-15-1992 100 (100-102) #1 Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 12-27-1969 100 (100-77) #14 Houston Tulsa, Okla. 3-12-1978 99 (99-109) #1 Kentucky Columbus, Ohio 3-12-1970 99 (99-92) #8 Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 12-29-1970 Most Points in the BIG EAST Tournament (Madison Square Garden, New York, NY) Points (score) Opponent Date Cincinnati 3-10-2011 89 (89-51) 89 (89-83) Syracuse 3-8-2007 83 (83-63) St. John’s 3-7-2002 82 (82-84) Georgetown 3-9-2007 80 (80-83) St. John’s 3-12-2003 79 (79-89) Marquette 3-13-2008 77 (77-83) Louisville 3-11-2011 77 (77-82) Connecticut 3-8-2002 74 (74-62) Rutgers 3-8-2000 69 (69-79) Seton Hall 3-3-1999 68 (68-56) Seton Hall 3-10-2010 66 (66-84) Syracuse 3-5-1997 65 (65-64) West Virginia 3-10-2004 65 (65-72) Rutgers 3-9-2005 Most points in the NCAA Tournament Points (score) Opponent Site Date 118 (118-88) Vanderbilt Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3-16-1974 112 (112-82) Ohio Dayton, Ohio 3-7-1970 108 (108-66) Austin Peay Terra Haute, Ind. 3-9-1974 106 (106-121) Iowa Columbus, Ohio 3-14-1970 106 (106-119) Houston Wichita, Kan. 3-20-1971 102 (102-94) TCU Houston, Texas 3-13-1971 100 (100-77) Houston Tulsa, Okla. 3-12-1978 99 (99-109) Kentucky Columbus, Ohio 3-12-1970 98 (98-99) Houston Lubbock, Texas 3-8-1965 94 (94-61) Tennessee Tech Evanston, Ill. 3-11-1958 94 (94-87) Indiana Lexington, Ky. 3-14-1958 Most points in the NIT Points (score) Opponent Site Date 91 (91-92) Virginia Tech New York, N.Y.! 3-25-1973 82 (82-72) TCU Notre Dame* 3-18-1997 81 (81-78) St. Peter’s New York, N.Y.! 3-23-1968 79 (79-69) Vanderbilt Notre Dame* 3-15-2006 79 (79-71) Louisville New York, N.Y.! 3-20-1973 78 (78-71) North Carolina New York, N.Y.! 3-24-1973 77 (77-67) Kentucky Notre Dame* 3-25-2009 77 (77-66) St. Louis Fort Wayne, Ind. 3-22-2004 76 (76-81) Virginia New York, N.Y.! 4-1-1992

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3-20-2000 3-15-2000 3-21-1968 3-25-1992 3-12-1997

Most points in a Road Game Points (score) Opponent Site Date 126 (126-73) Miami (Fla.) Miami, Fla. 2-22-1986 121 (121-114) Butler Indianapolis, Ind. 2-23-1970 110 (110-80) Houston Houston, Texas 1-9-1965 107 (107-76) DePaul Chicago, Ill. 2-13-1971 107 (107-98) West Virginia Morgantown, W. Va 2-20-1971 102 (102-91) Seton Hall South Orange, N.J. 2-18-2006 102 (102-96) Detroit Detroit, Mich. 3-1-1958 102 (102-90) Valparaiso Valparaiso, Ind. 12-8-1962 101 (101-80) Butler Indianapolis, Ind. 1-30-1967 101 (101-76) St. Louis St. Louis, Mo. 12-14-1968 101 (101-96) Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass. 1-25-2003 101 (101-98) Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. 2-15-1992 Most points at a Neutral Site Points (score) Opponent Site Date 125 (125-90) Villanova Philadelphia, Pa. 1-11-1975 118 (118-88) Vanderbilt Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3-16-1974 116 (116-111) Georgetown Washington, D.C. 2-9-2002 112 (112-82) Ohio Dayton, Ohio 3-7-1970 111 (111-97) Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 12-29-1964 108 (108-66) Austin Peay Terra Haute, Ind. 3-9-1974 108 (108-89) LaSalle Philadelphia, Pa. 2-4-1976 106 (106-121) Iowa Columbus, Ohio 3-14-1970 106 (106-119) Houston Wichita, Kan. 3-20-1971 103 (103-84) Providence Providence, R.I. 2-21-2009 103 (103-112) Purdue Fort Wayne, Ind. 1-21-1963 Most Points in a Half Points (score) Opponent Site Date 71 (135-88) St. Peter’s Notre Dame(JC) 2-4-1970 Utah State Notre Dame(JC) 2-15-1969 69 (108-82) 66 (116-35) Ball State Notre Dame(FH) 1-24-1964 66 (126-73) Miami (Fla.) Miami, Fla. 2-22-1986 65 (107-60) Valparaiso Notre Dame(FH) 12-12-1963 65 (111-86) Loyola (Chicago) Notre Dame(JC) 2-23-1977 64 (135-88) St. Peter’s Notre Dame(JC) 2-4-1970 64 (98-76) Virginia Tech Notre Dame(JC) 2-22-2003 64 (91-74) Cincinnati Notre Dame(JC) 1-15-2008 63 (105-70) Detroit Notre Dame(FH) 1-12-1963 63 (115-87) W. Michigan Notre Dame(FH) 1-4-1965 63 (96-73) DePaul Notre Dame(JC) 1-14-1970 Fewest points in a Half Points (score) Opponent Site Date 12 (28-34) Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 12-29-1981 14 (36-40) Northwestern Evanston, Ill. 12-7-1983 15 (15-38) DePaul Chicago, Ill. 2-26-1983 15 (58-70) Loyola (Chicago) Notre Dame(JC) 1-24-1994

15 (76-90) 15 (53-73) 16 (51-35) 16 (55-57) 16 (51-76)

San Diego Indiana Marquette West Virginia Rutgers

San Diego, Calif. 12-3-1994 Bloomington, Ind. 11-28-1995 Notre Dame(FH) 3-7-1959 Notre Dame(JC) 1-17-1987 New Brunswick, N.J. 1-18-2000

Fewest points in a Game (all time) Points (score) Opponent Site Date 7 (7-40) Michigan St. East Lansing, Mich. 2-13-1913 8 (8-64) First Regiment Notre Dame(FH) 1-29-1898 8 (8-24) Marion Club Indianapolis, Ind. 1-5-1909 9 (9-25) South Bend YMCA South Bend, Ind. 2-4-1920 11 (11-29) Indiana Bloomington, Ind. 3-3-1919 11 (11-19) Detroit Rayls Detroit, Mich. 1-3-1920 11 (11-17) St. John’s (Ohio) Toledo, Ohio 1-4-1920 12, 6 Tied Fewest points in a Game (since 1950) Points (score) Opponent Site Date 28 (28-34) Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 12-29-1981 32 (32-57) UCLA Notre Dame(JC) 1-29-1972 36 (36-40) Northwestern Evanston, Ill. 12-7-1983 41 (41-61) Washington St.* Denver, Colo. 3-22-2008 42 (42-62) N.C. State Notre Dame(JC) 2-13-1982 42 (42-52) South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 2-4-1984 43 (43-60) Michigan State East Lansing, Mich. 1-25-1951 43 (43-42) N.C. State Raleigh, N.C. 2-12-1983 44 (44-69) Kentucky Lexington, Ky. 1-15-1951 44 (44-55) Bradley Chicago, Ill. 2-19-1966 45 (45-43) New Orleans New Orleans, La. 12-28-1992 * NCAA Second Round, Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo.

Fewest points at the Joyce Center Points (score) Opponent Date 32 (32-57) UCLA 1-29-1972 42 (42-62) N.C. State 2-13-1982 45 (45-58) Kentucky 12-1-1982 46 (46-48) Villanova 1-19-1982 47 (47-51) UCLA 12-3-1983 48 (48-42) St. Louis 1-30-1985 UCLA 12-5-1981 49 (49-75) 49 (49-63) Miami 1-25-2000 50 6 Tied Fewest points at the Notre Dame Fieldhouse Points (score) Opponent Date 14 (14-18) Northwestern 12-18-1925 15 (15-25) Detroit A.C. 2-22-1909 15 (15-31) Nebraska 2-21-1920 15 (15-8) Albion 12-15-1928 16 (16-9) North Central 1-28-1911 16 (16-34) Wabash 1-26-1918 16 (16-19) Kentucky 1-12-1929 16 (16-35) Butler 3-8-1929 16 (16-25) Pittsburgh 2-8-1930

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Fewest points in a Road Game Points (score) Opponent Site Date 7 (7-40) Michigan State East Lansing, Mich. 2-13-1913 8 (8-24) Marion Club Indianapolis, Ind. 1-5-1909 9 (9-25) South Bend YMCA South Bend, Ind. 2-4-1920 11 (11-29) Indiana Bloomington, Ind. 3-3-1919 11 (11-19) Detroit Rayls Detroit, Ohio 1-3-1920 11 (11-17) St. John’s (Ohio) Toledo, Ohio 1-4-1920 12 (12-48) Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. 12-15-1917 12 (12-27) Michigan State East Lasting, Mich. 2-1-1918 12 (12-41) Fort Wayne K.C. Fort Wayne, Ind. 12-18-1919 12 (12-23) Creighton Omaha, Neb. 2-23-1924 12 (12-25) Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. 12-15-1924 Fewest points at a Neutral Site Points (score) Opponent Site Date 18 (18-26) NYU New York, N.Y.! 12-29-1934 28 (28-34) Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 12-29-1981 29 (29-17) Kansas Kansas City, Mo. 12-29-1928 30 (30-60) Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 2-1-1947 32 (32-21) Kansas Kansas City, Mo. 12-28-1928 32 (32-48) Northwestern Chicago, Ill. 12-18-1943 34 (34-30) NYU New York, N.Y.! 2-11-1939 36 (36-43) Northwestern Chicago, Ill. 1-21-1944 38 (38-27) NYU New York, N.Y.! 2-14-1936 38 (38-62) Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 1-29-1949 Smallest Combined Score (since 1950) Points (score) Opponent Site Date 62 (28-34) Kentucky Louisville, Ky. 12-29-1981 76 (36-40) Northwestern Evanston, Ill. 12-7-1983 85 (43-42) N.C. State Raleigh, N.C. 2-12-1983 85 (50-35) Rice Notre Dame(JC) 1-24-1984 86 (51-35) Marquette Notre Dame(JC) 3-7-1959 89 (32-57) UCLA Notre Dame(JC) 1-29-1972 90 (48-42) St Louis Notre Dame(JC) 1-30-1985 91 (51-40) Lafayette Notre Dame(JC) 1-17-1983 94 (46-48) Villanova Notre Dame(JC) 1-29-1982 94 (53-41) Dayton Notre Dame(JC) 3-7-1983 94 (42-52) South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 2-4-1984

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vs. St. Peter’s at Miami vs. Villanova** at Butler vs. Ball State vs. Vanderbilt^ vs. Valparaiso vs. Davidson vs. Ball State vs. Georgetown (4OT) vs. Western Michigan vs. Tulane vs. Villanova vs. West Virginia vs. Toledo vs. LaSalle vs. Ohio# vs. Valparaiso vs. Kentucky* vs. Northern Illinois Loyola (Chicago) vs. Mississippi at Houston vs. St. Norbert vs. Western Michigan vs. Utah State vs. West Virginia vs. Austin Peay$ vs. LaSalle^^ vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) vs. Valparaiso vs. Northern Illinois vs. Valparaiso vs. Detroit vs. DePaul at West Virginia vs. Miami vs. Siena vs. Loyola (Chicago) vs. Marquette vs. Iowa% vs. NYU vs. Houston& vs. Detroit vs. King’s College (Pa.) vs. Northwestern vs. Rice vs. Davidson vs. Detroit (OT) vs. Indiana

2/4/1970 2/22/1986 1/11/1975 2/23/1970 1/14/1976 3/16/1974 12/2/1975 2/7/1976 12/4/1964 2/9/2002 1/4/1964 2/16/1970 3/2/1974 2/21/1970 1/23/1965 2/26/1977 3/7/1970 12/1/1973 12/29/1964 12/10/1969 2/23/1977 11/26/1977 1/9/1965 12/7/1965 3/4/1971 2/15/1969 2/23/1974 3/9/1974 2/4/1976 12/23/1977 12/22/1982 12/8/2007 12/12/1963 12/10/1964 2/13/1971 2/20/1971 1/27/1990 12/18/1999 12/22/2000 2/10/1958 3/14/1970 2/23/1971 3/20/1971 1/12/1963 1/3/1968 12/7/1976 12/4/1978 2/2/1980 1/13/1964 12/21/1968

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vs. Michigan State vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) vs. Georgetown vs. Sacred Heart vs. Purdue (2OT)@ vs. Indiana vs. St. Francis vs. West Virginia at Syracuse at Providence vs. Chicago St. at Detroit at Valparaiso vs. Creighton vs. Indiana@ vs. St. Norbert vs. TCU! vs. Dayton vs. Manhattan## vs. DePaul at Seton Hall vs. South Dakota vs. St. Francis (Pa.) at Butler at St. Louis vs. DePaul vs. Northwestern at Syracuse at Boston College (OT) vs. Rider vs. Bucknell vs. Michigan State vs. Lewis College vs. Kentucky* vs. Valparaiso vs. Northwestern vs. Davidson vs. Houston!! vs. Harden-Simmons

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*Louisville, Ky. @Ft. Wayne Memorial Coliseum #NCAA Tournament, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio %NCAA Tournament, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio !NCAA Tournament, Houston, Texas &NCAA Tournament, Wichita, Kan. $NCAA Tournament, Terre Haute, Ind. ^NCAA Tournament, Tuscaloosa, Ala. **Palestra, Philadelphia, Pa. ^^Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pa. !!Tulsa, Okla. ##Madison Square Garden -73-


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Opponent 100-Point Games 122 (95-122) 121 (106-121) 120 (92-120) 119 (119-106) 115 (90-115) 114 (104-114) 114 (63-114) 114 (121-114) 114 (56-114) 113 (96-113) 112 (103-112) 111 (82-111) 111 (116-111) 110 (90-110) 109 (91-109) 109 (99-109) 109 (83-109) 108 (102-108) 108 (77-108) 107 (81-107) 106 (103-106) 105 (87-105) 105 (99-105) 105 (95-105) 104 (77-104) 103 (93-103) 103 (69-103) 102 (67-102) 102 (78-102) 102 (87-102) 102 (72-102) 102 (80-102) 102 (87-102) 102 (102-87) 101 (81-101) 101 (87-101) 101 (88-101) 101 (83-101) 101 (82-101)

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vs. Indiana@ vs. Iowa% vs. Illinois! vs. Houston& vs. Purdue@ vs. Detroit (OT) at UCLA at Butler at UCLA vs. Kentucky* vs. Purdue (2OT)@ vs. Duke# vs. Georgetown (4OT) vs. Kentucky* vs. Purdue vs. Kentucky% at South Carolina vs. Indiana@ at UCLA vs. Indiana@ vs. Indiana at Detroit at Evansville (OT) vs. USC at Creighton vs. Illinois vs. Kentucky* at Northwestern vs. NYU$ at Georgia Tech vs. Kentucky* vs. Duke at Villanova vs. North Carolina$ vs. Kentucky* vs. Illinois! vs. Duke! vs. Michigan at Indiana

1/2/1962 3/14/1970 1/29/1966 3/20/1971 2/19/1962 1/13/1964 12/23/1967 2/23/1970 12/22/1971 12/28/1974 1/21/1964 12/26/1999 2/9/2002 12/28/1968 1/4/1966 3/12/1970 2/28/1972 12/4/1963 1/3/1970 12/21/1964 12/15/1970 2/17/1962 12/10/1966 12/12/1991 2/26/1972 12/13/1955 12/29/1965 12/31/1958 2/17/1966 2/4/1967 12/30/1976 2/5/1989 1/17/2007 11/26/2008 12/18/1963 1/30/1965 2/20/1965 12/1/1971 12/7/1993

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Records vs. Conferences 101 (70-101) at Connecticut 1/12/1999 100 (53-100) vs. Kentucky* 12/30/1961 100 (89-100) at Detroit 2/8/1964 100 (71-100) at Duke 1/1/1992 100 (97-100) at Pittsburgh (2OT) 1/4/2006 *Louisville, Ky. @Ft. Wayne Memorial Coliseum !Chicago Stadium $Madison Square Garden %NCAA Tournament, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio &NCAA Tournament, Wichita, Kan. #Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, Ala. $Maui Invitational Championship Game, Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawaii

Martin Ingelsby Guard, 1997-2001

America East Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Albany 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Binghamton 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Boston U. 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 Hartford 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Maine 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Md-Balt. Cty 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 New Hamp. 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Stony Brook 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Vermont 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 10-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-0 Atlantic Coast Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Boston Coll. 8-4 2-6 1-0 1-0 0-0 11-10 Clemson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Duke 2-4 0-6 0-9 0-0 0-2 2-19 Florida State 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 Georgia Tech 2-2 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-6 Maryland 5-2 3-4 2-2 0-1 0-1 10-8 Miami (Fla.) 4-3 4-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 8-7 UNC 1-3 0-2 3-11 1-0 1-2 4-16 NC State 1-2 3-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 4-3 Virginia 0-1 0-1 2-3 0-1 0-1 2-5 Virginia Tech 1-0 2-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 3-1 Wake Forest 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 TOTAL 24-21 14-25 8-31 2-5 1-7 46-77 Atlantic 10 Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Charlotte 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 Dayton 18-0 10-11 0-1 0-1 0-0 28-12 Duquesne 1-3 0-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 Fordham 12-2 0-0 7-4 0-1 0-0 19-6 George Washington 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 LaSalle 11-0 2-2 5-3 0-0 0-0 18-5 Massachusetts 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Rhode Island 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Richmond 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 St. Bonaventure 3-1 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 5-2 St. Joseph’s 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Saint Louis 10-5 4-9 4-1 1-0 0-0 18-15 Temple 1-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 Xavier 8-0 5-2 2-1 1-0 1-0 15-3 TOTAL 64-11 23-28 22-11 2-2 2-0 109-50

Atlantic Sun Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Belmont 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Campbell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 E. Tennessee St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Fla. Gulf Coast 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Jacksonville 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Kennesaw St. 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Lipscomb 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Mercer 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 North Florida 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Stetson 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 USC Upstate 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 TOTAL 8-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-0 BIG EAST Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Cincinnati 4-0 1-2 3-1 0-0 1-1 9-4 Connecticut 7-4 2-10 0-2 0-0 0-0 9-16 DePaul 36-14 20-30 2-0 0-0 1-0 59-44 Georgetown 8-5 5-6 0-3 0-0 0-1 13-15 Louisville 6-6 1-9 3-2 1-0 0-0 11-17 Marquette 46-13 33-23 0-1 0-0 0-0 79-37 Pittsburgh 16-9 11-16 2-1 1-0 1-0 31-26 Providence 8-4 7-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 15-10 Rutgers 11-2 5-9 2-1 0-0 0-0 18-12 St. John’s 12-8 7-7 2-1 0-0 0-0 21-16 Seton Hall 10-1 6-6 1-1 0-0 0-0 17-8 South Florida 4-0 3-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-1 Syracuse 8-10 9-11 1-2 0-0 0-0 18-23 Villanova 10-8 5-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 15-18 West Virginia 16-2 8-8 1-2 0-0 0-0 25-12 TOTAL 202-86 123-153 17-18 2-0 3-2 347-259 Big Sky Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall E. Washington 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Idaho State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Montana 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Montana State 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 No. Arizona 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 No. Colorado 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Portland State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Sacramento St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Weber State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1

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2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement BIG South Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Charleston So. 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Coastal Carolina 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Gardner-Webb 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 High Point 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Liberty 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 UNC-Asheville 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Presbyterian 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Radford 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 VMI 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Winthrop 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 TOTAL 4-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 4-1 Big Ten Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Illinois 5-2 1-11 7-13 0-0 1-0 13-26 Indiana 8-14 7-20 6-14 0-0 2-1 21-48 Iowa 5-1 3-3 0-1 0-0 0-1 8-5 Michigan 4-5 2-6 1-4 1-3 0-2 7-15 Michigan St. 35-12 24-21 0-2 0-0 0-2 59-35 Minnesota 9-0 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 15-7 Nebraska 1-0 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 Northwestern 26-7 25-11-1 12-6 0-1 0-0 63-24-1 Ohio State 2-3 3-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 5-7 Penn State 0-0 0-1 1-2 1-1 0-1 1-3 Purdue 9-2 3-14 8-4 1-0 0-0 20-20 Wisconsin 9-3 6-8 2-0 0-0 0-0 17-11 TOTAL

113-49 81-110-1 37-47

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3-7 231-206-1

Big 12 Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Baylor 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 Iowa State 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Kansas 3-1 5-2 1-0 0-0 1-0 9-3 Kansas State 2-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 4-1 Missouri 2-1 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-1 2-6 Oklahoma 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Oklahoma St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Texas 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 0-0 2-1 Texas A&M 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Texas Tech 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 TOTAL 10-2 6-5 4-5 1-0 1-1 20-12 Big West Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Cal Poly 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Cal St. Fullerton 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Cal St. Northridge 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Long Beach St. 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Pacific 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UC Davis 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UC Irvine 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UC Riverside 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UC Santa Barbara 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 4-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-0

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Colonial Athletic Association Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Delaware 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Drexel 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 George Mason 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 Georgia State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Hofstra 6-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 7-0 James Madison 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 Northeastern 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Old Dominion 1-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-1 Towson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UNC-Wilmington 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Va. Commonwealth 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 William & Mary 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 TOTAL 10-0 0-0 2-1 1-0 4-1 13-1 Conference USA Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall UAB 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 Central Florida 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 East Carolina 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Houston 2-0 1-1 1-3 0-0 1-2 4-4 Marshall 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Memphis 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Rice 2-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 SMU 2-0 2-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 4-1 So. Mississippi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Texas-El Paso 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Tulane 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Tulsa 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 TOTAL 10-0 5-3 1-4 1-0 1-3 16-7 Great West Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Chicago State 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Houston Baptist 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 NJIT 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 North Dakota 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 South Dakota 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Texas Pan-Am. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Utah Valley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Horizon Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Butler 40-7 30-20 1-4 0-0 0-0 71-31 Cleveland St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Detroit Mercy 17-4 23-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 40-12 Illinois-Chicago 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Loyola (Chicago) 20-1 4-0 4-1 0-0 0-0 28-2 Valparaiso 28-2 8-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 37-3 UW-Green Bay 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UW-Milwaukee 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 Wright State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Youngstown St. 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 TOTAL 107-14 65-29 7-5 0-0 1-0 179-48

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Independents Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Longwood 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 NC Central 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Savannah St. 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Seattle 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 SIU-Edwardsville 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UC Bakersfield 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

Florida A&M 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Hampton 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Howard 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Md.-Eastern Shore 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Morgan State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Norfolk State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 N.C. A&T 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 South Carolina St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

Ivy Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Brown 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Columbia 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Cornell 6-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-1 Dartmouth 3-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 Harvard 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Pennsylvania 4-0 15-2 1-0 0-0 1-0 20-2 Princeton 2-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 Yale TOTAL 23-0 17-4 2-0 0-0 1-0 42-4

Missouri Valley Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Bradley 2-0 2-2 1-9 0-0 0-0 5-11 Creighton 17-5 2-12 0-1 0-0 0-0 19-18 Drake 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 3-1 Evansville 4-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-4 Illinois State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Indiana State 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Missouri State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 No. Iowa 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 So. Illinois 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Wichita State 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 TOTAL 30-5 6-19 1-11 0-0 0-1 37-35

Metro Atlantic Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Team Canisius 7-0 12-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 19-4 Fairfield 3-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 Iona 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Loyola (Md.) 3-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 Manhattan 5-1 0-0 4-2 1-0 0-0 9-3 Marist 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Niagara 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Rider 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Siena 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 St. Peter’s 3-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 4-0 TOTAL 28-1 14-4 5-2 2-0 0-0 47-7 Mid-American Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Team Akron 2-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 3-0 Ball State 9-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-0 Bowling Green 4-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 5-2 Buffalo 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 C. Michigan 2-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 Ea. Michigan 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Kent State 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Miami (Ohio) 2-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 1-1 4-4 No. Illinois 3-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-1 Ohio 1-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 2-1 Toledo 1-0 2-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 4-1 W. Michigan 16-3 2-4 1-0 1-0 0-0 19-7 TOTAL 43-7 6-7 5-3 1-0 4-3 54-17

Mountain West Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Air Force 4-0 3-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 7-1 Boise State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Colorado St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UNLV 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 New Mexico 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 San Diego St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Texas Christian 2-0 0-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 5-0 Wyoming 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 7-0 3-0 3-1 2-0 2-0 13-1 Northeast Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Bryant 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Central Conn. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Fairleigh Dickinson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Long Island 3-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 Monmouth 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 Mount St. Mary’s 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Quinnipiac 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Robert Morris 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Sacred Heart 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 St. Francis (NY) 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 St. Francis (PA) 11-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-0 Wagner 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 TOTAL 21-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 23-0

Mid-Eastern Atlantic Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Bethune-Cookman 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Coppin State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Delaware St. 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 -77-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement Ohio Valley Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Austin Peay 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 E. Illinois 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 E. Kentucky 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 Jacksonville St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Morehead St. 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Murray State 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 SE Missouri St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Tennessee St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Tenn. Tech 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 UT-Martin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 3-1 0-0 3-0 0-0 3-0 6-1 Pacific-12 Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Arizona 1-0 0-0 0-4 0-1 0-1 1-4 Arizona State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 California 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 Colorado 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Oregon 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-2 Oregon State 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 Stanford 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 UCLA 12-11 7-17 1-0 0-0 0-0 20-28 USC 1-3 2-2 1-0 1-0 0-0 4-5 Utah 1-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 5-0 Washington 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 Washington St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 TOTAL 19-15 11-20 4-6 1-1 1-2 34-42 Patriot League Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall American 2-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 Army 5-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 8-0 Bucknell 3-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 Colgate 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 Holy Cross 4-1 1-0 5-2 0-1 0-0 10-3 Lafayette 6-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-1 Lehigh 3-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 Navy 2-0 4-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 7-1 27-1 9-2 8-2 1-1 0-0 44-5 TOTAL Southeastern Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Alabama 1-0 1-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 3-1 Arkansas 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-1 Auburn 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Florida 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Georgia 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Kentucky 8-6 0-8 10-28 1-0 0-2 18-42 LSU 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Mississippi 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-1 Mississippi St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 So. Carolina 6-1 4-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 10-5 Tennessee 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 Vanderbilt 2-2 1-2 2-0 1-0 2-0 5-4 TOTAL 19-9 6-13 16-33 1-0 3-4 41-55 -78-

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Southern Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Appalachian St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 College of Charleston 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Citadel 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Davidson 6-0 4-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 11-1 Elon 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Furman 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Georgia Southern 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 UNCGreensboro 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Samford 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 UT-Chattanooga 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 W. Carolina 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Wofford 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 TOTAL 14-0 4-0 2-1 0-0 0-0 20-1 Southland Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall C. Arkansas 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Lamar 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 McNeese St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Nicholls State 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Sam Houston St. 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 SE Louisiana 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Stephen F. Austin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Texas A&MCorpus Christi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Texas State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UT-Arlington 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UT-San Antonio 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 SWAC Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Alabama A&M 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Alabama State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Alcorn State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Arkansas 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 -Pine Bluff Grambling 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Jackson State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Mississippi Valley State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Prairie View 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 A&M Southern 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Texas Southern 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Summit League Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall IPFW 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 IUPUI 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 North Dakota St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Oakland 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Oral Roberts 1-0 0-0 South Dakota St. 0-0 0-0 So. Utah 0-0 0-0 UMKC 0-0 0-0 W. Illinois 5-0 0-0 TOTAL 10-0 1-0

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

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1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 5-0 12-0

Sun Belt Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Arkansas State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 UALR 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 Denver 2-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 Fla. Atlantic 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Fla. Inter. 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 La.-Lafayette 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 La.-Monroe 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Middle Tennessee St. 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 North Texas 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 South Ala. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Troy 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 W. Kentucky 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 TOTAL 5-1 2-1 2-0 0-0 1-0 9-2 West Coast Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall BYU 3-0 0-2 1-1 1-0 0-1 4-3 Gonzaga 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Loyola Marymount 2-2 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-2 Pepperdine 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Portland 4-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-0 St. Mary’s 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 San Diego 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 San Francisco 7-0 0-1 0-4 0-0 0-0 7-5 Santa Clara 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTAL 20-2 4-3 2-5 1-0 0-1 26-10 Western Athletic Team Home Away Neutral NIT NCAA Overall Fresno State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Hawaii 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Idaho 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 La.Tech 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Nevada 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 New Mexico St. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 San Jose State 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Utah State 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 TOTAL 3-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-0

Notre Dame vs. Ranked Opponents 1948-49 (1-4) 1-29 @ Kentucky 1-31 @ Butler 2-12 @ St. Louis 2-19 @ DePaul 3-7 vs. St. Louis

Opp 2 17 2 17 3

ND NR L, 38-62 NR L, 54-68 NR L, 44-61 NR W, 54-49 NR L, 59-68

1949-50 (2-1) 1-23 vs. Kentucky 2-11 @ St. Louis 2-23 vs. St. Louis

Opp 5 19 15

ND NR W, 64-51 NR L, 45-55 NR W, 55-52

1950-51 (1-3) 12-23 @ Indiana 1-5 @ St. Louis 1-15 @ Kentucky 2-13 vs. St. Louis

Opp 4 5 3 5

ND 14 L, 56-64 NR L, 47-56 NR L, 44-69 NR W, 77-70

1951-52 (0-4) @ Indiana 12-28 1-2 vs. Michigan St. 2-2 @ Kentucky 2-9 @ St. Louis

Opp 5 20 1 7

ND NR L, 54-67 NR L, 52-66 NR L, 66-71 NR L, 58-80

1952-53 (4-3) 12-19 vs. Kansas St. 12-20 vs. UCLA vs. Holy Cross 1-5 @ DePaul 1-31 2-11 vs. Louisville vs. DePaul 2-25 vs. Indiana 3-14

Opp 2 12 6 10 17 15 1

ND 7 L, 64-80 7 W, 68-60 13 W, 73-71 17 L, 56-83 NR W, 73-62 17 W, 93-67 17 L, 66-79*

1953-54 (3-1) 12-14 @ Indiana 1-15 vs. Holy Cross @ Navy 2-20 vs. Indiana 3-12

Opp 1 6 20 2

ND NR L, 55-66 NR W, 83-61 6 W, 84-72 6 W,65-64*

1954-55 (1-4) 12-18 @ Illinois 1-3 @ Louisville 2-19 @ Tulsa vs. Marquette 2-24 3-5 @ Marquette

Opp 3 13 19 5 4

ND 20 L, 57-66 NR L, 69-73 NR L, 57-74 NR L, 74-84 NR W, 85-64

1955-56 (2-2) 12-29 vs. Alabama vs. Utah 12-30 vs. Louisville 1-11 2-12 vs. Holy Cross

Opp 19 7 13 13

ND NR W, 86-80 NR W, 70-65 NR L, 75-80 NR L, 72-84

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1956-57 (0-4) 12-22 @ Louisville 1-26 @ Illinois 2-2 @ Canisius 3-15 vs. Michigan St.

Opp 6 9 12 11

ND NR L, 75-85 NR L, 81-99 NR L, 89-94 17 L, 83-85*

1957-58 (2-3) 12-21 @ Michigan St. 2-1 @ Bradley 2-15 vs. UNC 3-14 vs. Indiana 3-15 vs. Kentucky

Opp 9 12 11 12 9

ND NR L, 72-79 NR L, 70-81 17 W, 89-70 8 W, 94-87* 8 L, 56-89*

1958-59 (2-6) Opp 12-17 vs. Michigan St. 11 12-19 vs. UNC 10 12-31 @ Northwestern 6 1-3 @ UNC 4 2-2 vs. St. John’s 7 2-14 vs. Kentucky 1 2-24 @ Marquette 13 3-7 vs. Marquette 13

ND NR L, 56-74 NR L ,77-81 NR L ,67-102 NR L, 54-69 NR W, 72-70 NR L, 52-71 NR L, 76-95 NR W, 51-35

1969-70 (4-4) Opp 12-27 @ Kentucky 1 12-29 vs. West Virginia 3 1-3 @ UCLA 2 1-31 @ Illinois 10 2-7 vs. Marquette 9 3-7 vs. Ohio 17 3-12 vs. Kentucky 1 3-14 vs. Iowa 7

ND 11 L, 100-102 11 W, 84-80 13 L, 77-108 NR W, 86-83 NR W, 96-95 15, W, 112-82* 9 L, 99-109* 9 L, 106-121*

1959-60 (1-3) 12-23 vs. Indiana 1-9 vs. Detroit 1-19 @ Detroit 1-22 vs. Bradley

Opp 9 15 20 2

ND NR L, 60-71 NR W, 75-63 NR L, 61-68 NR L, 65-68

1960-61 (2-4) 12-16 @ UCLA 12-20 @ Indiana 1-7 @ UNC 1-17 vs. DePaul 2-2 vs. St. John’s 2-14 vs. Bradley

Opp 13 4 6 7 7 5

ND NR L, 54-85 NR L, 69-74 NR L, 71-73 NR W, 61-58 NR W, 64-63 NR L, 81-84

1970-71 (2-7) 12-15 vs. Indiana 12-29 @ Kentucky 1-12 @ Marquette 1-23 vs. UCLA 1-30 @ Illinois 2-11 @ Villanova 2-18 vs. Fordham 3-18 vs. Drake 3-20 vs. Houston

Opp 13 8 2 1 18 18 18 18 14

ND 7 L, 103-106 15 W, 99-92 9 L, 66-71 9 W, 89-82 7 L, 66-68 9 L, 81-99 14 L, 88-94 12 L, 72-79* 12 L, 106-119*

1961-62 (0-2) 12-30 @ Kentucky 2-24 vs. Bradley

Opp 6 6

ND NR L, 53-100 NR L, 87-93

1962-63 (1-2) 12-29 @ Kentucky 12-31 @ Illinois 2-21 @ NYU

Opp 5 4 10

ND NR L, 70-78 NR W, 90-88 NR L, 79-80

1971-72 (0-7) 12-18 @ Indiana 12-22 @ UCLA 12-28 @ Kentucky 1-24 vs. Marquette 1-29 vs. UCLA 2-19 vs. UNC 2-28 @ So. Carolina

Opp 12 1 12 2 1 3 9

ND NR L, 29-94 NR L, 56-114 NR L, 67-83 NR L, 62-71 NR L, 32-57 NR L, 74-99 NR L, 83-109

1963-64 (0-2) 12-28 @ Kentucky 2-5 @ DePaul

Opp 2 10

ND NR L, 81-101 NR L, 75-90

1964-65 (0-2) 2-19 @ St. John’s 2-20 @ Duke

Opp 7 6

ND NR L, 72-76 NR L, 88-101

1972-73 (4-3) 12-12 vs. Indiana 12-23 @ UCLA 1-13 @ Marquette 1-27 vs. UCLA 2-24 vs. St. John’s 3-3 vs. So. Carolina 3-24 vs. UNC

Opp 15 1 4 1 11 19 11

ND NR L, 67-69 NR L, 56-82 NR W, 71-69 NR L, 63-82 NR W, 75-71 NR W, 73-69 NR W, 78-71**

1965-66 (0-2) 12-29 @ Kentucky 12-31 @ Duke

Opp 5 1

ND NR L, 69-103 NR L, 73-95

1973-74 (5-2) 12-11 @ Indiana 1-19 vs. UCLA 1-26 @ UCLA 1-29 vs. Marquette 2-16 @ So. Carolina

Opp 3 1 2 5 14

ND 6 W, 73-67 2 W, 71-70 1 L, 75-94 3 W, 69-63 3, W, 72-68

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Opp 1 5 Opp 5 1 6

ND NR L, 67-96 NR W, 87-78 ND NR L, 91-96 NR L, 63-114 NR L, 73-81

1968-69 (1-2) 12-7 vs. UCLA 12-28 @ Kentucky 3-1 @ St. John’s

Opp 1 4 7

ND 5 L, 75-88 7 L, 90-110 NR W, 71-67

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Opp 7 3 3 17 7 12 4 4 12

ND 13 W, 75-59 11 L, 84-94 12 L, 72-85 13 L, 96-113 20 L, 82-90 NR L, 68-71 NR W, 84-78 9 L, 71-83* 9 L, 87-95*

1975-76 (2-5) Opp 12-11 @ Indiana 1 1-3 @ UCLA 4 1-24 vs. UCLA 6 1-31 vs. Maryland 7 2-28 vs. Marquette 2 3-13 vs. Cincinnati 15 3-18 vs. Michigan 9 1976-77 (4-4) Opp 2-27 @ Maryland 8 12-11 @ UCLA 3 12-14 vs. Indiana 16 12-30 @ Kentucky 6 1-16 @ Marquette 11 1-23 vs. UCLA 10 3-5 vs. San Francisco 1 3-17 vs. UNC 5

ND 8 L, 60-63 5 L, 70-86 15 W, 95-85 10 L, 63-69 6 L, 75-81 7 W, 79-78* 7 L, 76-80*

1977-78 (6-4) 12-10 @ UCLA 12-31 @ Kentucky 1-22 vs. UCLA 2-12 vs. DePaul 2-26 vs. Marquette 3-12 vs. Houston 3-17 vs. Utah 3-19 vs. DePaul vs. Duke 3-25 3-27 vs. Arkansas

Opp 5 1 3 11 1 14 14 3 7 5

1978-79 (4-4) 12-9 @ UCLA 12-30 @ Kentucky 1-13 @ Marquette 2-11 vs. UCLA 3-2 @ DePaul 3-11 vs. Tennessee 3-16 vs. Toledo 3-18 vs. Michigan St. 1979-80 (3-2) 12-11 vs. UCLA 12-29 @ Kentucky 1-26 vs. Maryland

1974-75 (2-7) 12-9 vs. Kansas 12-11 vs. Indiana 12-21 @ UCLA 12-28 @ Kentucky 1-4 @ Maryland 1-18 @ Marquette 1-25 vs. UCLA 3-20 vs. Maryland 3-22 vs. Cincinnati

L, 68-77* W, 118-88*

1 16 Opp 7 2 10 12 1 2 16

14 W, 76-74 9 L, 84-87* ND 9 W, 68-64 8 W, 67-61 13 W, 73-70 9 L, 50-51 11 W, 57-56 6 L, 64-74 7 L, 50-51*

1981-82 (2-6) Opp 12-1 @ Indiana 12 12-5 vs. UCLA 8 12-29 @ Kentucky 4 1-2 @ Missouri 7 1-6 @ Virginia 2 1-25 vs. Idaho 8 2-2 vs. San Francisco 7 2-28 vs. DePaul 3

ND 19 L, 55-69 19 L, 49-75 NR L, 28-34 NR L, 70-92 NR L, 54-87 NR W, 50-48 NR W, 75-66 NR L, 69-81

1982-83 (0-5) 12-1 vs. Kentucky 12-4 vs. UCLA 12-7 vs. Indiana 1-7 @ Villanova 1-30 @ UCLA

Opp 3 6 6 14 1

ND NR L, 45-58 NR L, 64-65 NR L, 52-68 NR L, 55-61 NR L, 53-59

1983-84 (1-2) 12-3 vs. UCLA 1-28 vs. Maryland 2-11 vs. DePaul

Opp 9 5 2

ND NR L, 47-51 NR W, 52-47 NR L, 54-62

ND 3 W, 69-66 4 L, 68-73 7 W, 75-73 4 L, 68-69 9 W, 65-59 10 W, 100-77* 6 W, 69-56* 6 W, 84-64* 6 L, 86-90* 6 L, 69-71*

1984-85 (1-4) 12-4 vs. Indiana 12-8 @ DePaul 1-19 vs. DePaul 2-9 vs. Syracuse 2-16 vs. Duke

Opp 11 2 10 6 7

ND NR W, 74-63 NR L, 83-95 NR L, 66-71 NR L, 62-65 NR L, 69-81

1985-86 (1-2) 1-26 @ UNC 2-8 vs. Syracuse 2-16 @ Duke

Opp 1 8 2

ND 16 L, 61-73 14 W, 85-81 14 L, 74-75

Opp 2 13 13 4 15 20 19 3

ND 3 W, 81-78 2 L, 76-81 2 W, 65-60 1 L, 52-56 2 L, 72-76 5 W, 73-67* 4 W, 79-71* 4 L, 68-80*

1986-87 (4-5) 11-21 vs. W. Kentucky 12-2 vs. Indiana 1-10 @ DePaul 2-1 vs. UNC 2-8 @ Kansas 2-15 vs. Duke 2-25 vs. DePaul 3-14 vs. TCU 3-19 vs. UNC

Opp 14 3 7 1 18 15 4 19 2

ND NR L, 63-80 NR L, 62-67 NR L, 54-59 NR W, 60-58 NR L, 60-70 NR W, 70-66 NR W, 73-62 18 W, 58-57* 18 L, 68-74*

Opp 7 2 15

ND 4 W, 77-74 3 L, 80-86 8 W, 64-63

ND 14 W, 80-79 7 W, 66-63 4 W, 78-65 2 L, 72-102 19 L, 69-78 NR L, 65-70 NR W, 93-82 10 L, 77-79*

2-27 vs. DePaul 3-8 vs. Missouri 1980-81 (4-3) 12-9 vs. Indiana 12-27 @ Kentucky 1-24 @ Maryland 2-8 vs. UCLA 2-22 vs. Virginia 3-8 @ DePaul 3-19 vs. BYU

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Opp 5 14 16 9 4 17

ND NR L, 59-76 NR W, 69-54 NR W, 80-76 NR L, 69-78 NR L, 61-70 NR L, 66-75

1988-89 (0-4) 1-21 vs. Syracuse 2-5 vs. Duke 3-4 vs. Louisville 3-19 vs. Georgetown

Opp 11 12 14 2

ND NR L, 87-99 NR L, 80-102 NR L, 77-87 NR L, 74-81*

1989-90 (3-5) Opp 12-2 vs. Louisville 13 12-5 @ Indiana 14 12-17 vs. UCLA 13 1-20 @ LSU 13 2-4 @ Duke 5 2-17 @ Syracuse 4 2-24 vs. Georgia Tech 8 3-3 vs. Missouri 3

ND NR L, 73-84 NR L, 72-81 NR W, 86-84 NR L, 64-87 NR L, 76-88 NR W, 66-65 NR L, 80-88 NR W, 98-67

1990-91 (0-10) 11-21 vs. Arizona 11-23 vs. Duke 11-28 vs. Indiana 12-8 @ UCLA 1-5 vs. UNC 1-26 vs. Virginia 2-2 vs. Duke 2-9 vs. Syracuse 2-23 @ St. John’s 3-9 @ DePaul

Opp 3 6 10 8 7 18 7 7 18 25

ND NR L, 61-91 NR L, 77-85 NR L, 67-70 NR L, 91-99 NR L, 47-82 NR L, 67-68 NR L, 77-90 NR L, 69-70 NR L, 55-57 NR L, 56-80

1991-92 (5-6) 12-3 @ Indiana 1-2 @ Kentucky 1-6 @ USC 1-11 vs. UNC 1-23 vs. Missouri 2-1 @ Duke 2-9 vs. Michigan 2-15 @ Syracuse 2-22 vs. UCLA 2-29 vs. St. John’s 3-7 @ DePaul

Opp 9 17 23 8 12 1 15 10 2 20 15

ND NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR

1992-93 (0-7) 12-8 vs. Indiana 1-16 @ Michigan 2-6 vs. Duke 2-13 vs. Kentucky 2-17 vs. Marquette 2-23 @ UNC 3-7 @ Louisville

Opp 4 2 5 2 24 3 22

ND NR L, 70-75 NR L, 55-70 NR L, 50-67 NR L, 62-81 NR L, 61-69 NR L, 56-85 NR L, 68-83

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L, 46-78 L, 70-91 W, 64-58 W, 88-76 L, 68-77 L, 71-100 L, 65-74 W, 101-98 W, 84-71 W, 79-70 L, 65-66

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1993-94 (3-6) Opp 12-7 @ Indiana 12 12-21 vs. Arizona 13 1-6 @ Kentucky 4 1-12 vs. Missouri 25 1-26 @ Duke 2 2-5 vs. UCLA 4 2-17 @ Marquette 22 2-23 vs. UNC 4 2-26 vs. Louisville 13

ND NR L, 82-101 NR L, 79-98 NR L, 59-84 NR W, 77-73 NR L, 72-74 NR W, 79-63 NR W, 68-58 NR L, 71-80 NR L, 82-85

1994-95 (0-3) 1-12 @ Missouri 2-5 @ UCLA 2-12 vs. Kentucky

Opp 17 7 5

ND NR L, 56-64 NR L, 55-92 NR L, 58-97

1995-96 (0-8) 12-6 vs. Connecticut 12-20 vs. UCLA 1-2 @ Villanova 1-15 vs. Georgetown 2-3 @ Georgetown 2-17 @ Connecticut 3-2 @ Syracuse 3-6 vs. Syracuse

Opp 9 24 8 5 9 3 15 13

ND NR L, 65-85 NR L, 58-83 NR L, 57-76 NR L, 69-74 NR L, 53-70 NR L, 65-85 NR L, 67-71 NR L, 55-76^

1996-97 (0-5) 12-2 vs. Indiana 12-14 @ Kentucky 1-11 vs. Boston Coll. 1-14 vs. Villanova 2-16 @ Villanova

Opp 8 3 23 15 18

ND NR L, 75-76 NR L, 56-80 NR L, 61-73 NR L, 57-68 NR L, 70-75

1997-98 (2-2) 1-3 @ Connecticut 1-15 @ West Virginia 1-21 vs. Syracuse 2-17 vs. Connecticut

Opp 10 20 15 7

ND NR L, 58-84 NR W, 74-72 NR W, 83-63 NR L, 79-88

1998-99 (0-6) vs. Duke 11-26 12-1 vs. Indiana 12-29 vs. Syracuse 1-12 @ Connecticut 2-17 @ Syracuse 2-24 @ St. John’s

Opp 1 16 22 1 21 8

ND NR L, 82-111 NR L, 72-76 NR L, 63-75 NR L, 70-101 NR L, 65-71 NR L, 53-73

1999-2000 (5-6) 11-16 @ Ohio State 11-24 vs. Arizona 11-26 vs. Maryland 11-30 @ Indiana 1-5 @ Connecticut 1-16 @ Syracuse 1-29 vs. St. John’s 2-12 vs. Connecticut 2-19 @ Seton Hall

Opp 4 8 24 24 2 7 23 13 23

ND NR W, 59-57 NR L, 60-76 NR L, 67-72 NR L, 64-81 NR W, 75-70 NR L, 57-80 NR W, 73-60 NR W, 68-66 NR W, 76-74

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2000-01 (4-3) 11-25 vs. Cincinnati 1-8 @ Seton Hall 1-23 vs. Syracuse 1-27 @ Georgetown 2-21 vs. Boston Coll. 3-4 vs. Georgetown 3-18 vs. Mississippi

Opp 16 15 11 10 10 21 14

ND 14 W, 69-51 25 L, 76-78 NR W, 74-60 NR W, 78-71 18, W, 76-75 13 L, 72-79 19 L, 56-59

2001-02 (3-5) 12-27 vs. Alabama 1-12 @ Pittsburgh 1-14 @ Syracuse 1-19 vs. Kentucky 1-30 vs. Pittsburgh 2-23 @ Miami 3-8 vs. Connecticut 3-16 vs. Duke

Opp 21 23 8 12 21 13 19 1

ND NR L, 76-79 NR W, 56-53 NR L, 51-56 NR L, 65-72 NR W, 89-76 NR W, 90-77 NR L, 77-82^ NR L, 77-84*

2002-03 (5-5) 12-2 vs. Marquette 12-7 vs. Maryland 12-8 vs. Texas 1-6 @ Pittsburgh 1-18 @ Kentucky 2-9 vs. Pittsburgh @ Syracuse 2-15 3-4 vs. Syracuse 3-22 vs. Illinois vs. Arizona 3-27

Opp 13 9 2 6 16 4 17 12 11 2

ND NR W, 92-71 NR W, 79-67 NR W, 98-92 5 L, 55-72 10 L, 73-88 10 W, 66-64 10 L, 80-82 16 L, 88-92 22 W, 68-60* 22 L, 71-88*

2003-04 (1-7) 12-1 @ Marquette 1-12 @ Pittsburgh 1-17 vs. Syracuse 1-25 vs. Kentucky 2-7 vs. Pittsburgh 2-9 vs. Connecticut 2-21 @ Connecticut 2-24 vs. Providence

Opp 24 13 17 9 4 5 8 13

ND 23 L, 58-71 NR L, 71-74 NR L, 70-81 NR L, 63-71 NR L, 58-66 NR W, 80-74 NR L, 50-73 NR L, 59-73

2004-05 (2-5) Opp 1-10 vs. Syracuse 7 1-30 vs. Connecticut 19 2-5 at Syracuse 8 2-8 vs. Boston Coll. 4 2-12 @ Pittsburgh 18 2-21 @Connecticut 17 3-5 vs. Pittsburgh 24 2005-06 (1-5) Opp 12-7 @ Alabama 22 1-4 @ Pittsburgh 22 1-24 vs. Georgetown 21 2-1 @ West Virginia 11 2-21 @ Connecuicut 3 3-8 vs. Georgetown 23

L, 71-73 L, 58-61^

ND NR L, 61-70 NR W, 78-74 NR L, 57-60 NR W, 68-65 NR L, 66-68 NR L, 74-88 NR L, 77-85 ND NR W, 78-71 NR L, 97-100 2ot NR L, 82-85 2ot NR L, 70-71 NR L, 74-75 ot NR L, 63-67^

2006-07 (4-1) Opp 12-3 vs. Maryland 23 (Washington, D.C.) 12-7 vs. Alabama 4 1-9 vs. West Virginia 21 2-24 vs. Marquette 16 3-9 vs. Georgetown 9

ND NR W, 81-74 NR T-22 NR NR

W, 99-85 W, 61-58 W, 85-73 L, 82-84^

2007-08 (2-6) Opp ND 1-12 @ Marquette 15 NR L, 66-92 1-19 @ Georgetown 5 NR L, 65-84 1-26 @ Villanova 18 NR W, 90-80 2-9 vs. Marquette 16 22 W, 86-83 2-13 @ Connecticut 17 20 L, 78-84 2-28 @ Louisville 13 17 L, 85-90 3-13 vs. Marquette^ 24 14 L, 79-89 3-22 vs. Washington State*21 15 L, 41-61 2008-09 (3-9) 11-25 vs. Texas# 11-26 vs. UNC 1-5 vs. Georgetown 1-12 @ Louisville 1-17 @ Syracuse 1-24 vs. Connecticut 1-26 vs. Marquette 1-31 @ Pittsburgh 2-7 @ UCLA 2-12 vs. Louisville 2-28 @ Connecticut 3-2 vs. Villanova

Opp 6 1 9 20 8 3 11 3 15 5 2 11

ND 8 W, 81-80# 8 L, 87-102# 13 W, 73-67 12 L, 73-87 ot 12 L, 74-93 19 L, 61-69 19 L, 64-71 NR L, 80-93 NR L, 63-89 NR W, 50-97 NR L, 65-72 NR L, 60-77

2009-10 (4-4) Opp 1-2 @ Connecticut 10 1-9 vs. West Virginia 8 1-18 vs. Syracuse 5 1-27 vs. Villanova 3 2-24 vs. Pittsburgh 12 2-27 vs. Georgetown 11 3-11 vs. Pittsburgh^ 16 3-12 vs. West Virginia^7

ND NR L, 70-82 NR W, 70-68 NR L, 71-84 NR L, 72-90 NR W. 68-53 NR W, 78-64 NR W, 50-45 NR L, 51-53

2010-11 (8-3) Opp 12-8 vs. Kentucky% 17 12-29 vs. Georgetown 9 1-1 @ Syracuse 5 1-4 vs. Connecticut 8 1-19 vs. Cincinnati 25 1-24 @ Pittsburgh 2 2-9 vs. Louisville 16 2-28 vs. Villanova 19 3-5 @ Connecticut 16 3-10 vs. Cincinnati^ 25 3-11 vs. Louisville^ 14 (130 – 259) .334 winning percentage

ND 23 L, 58-72 15 W, 69-55 15 L, 58-70 14 W, 73-70 16 W, 66-58 15 W, 56-51 8 W, 89-79 8 W, 93-72 8 W, 70-67 4 W, 89-51 4 L, 77-83

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Final Season Polls

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The Helms Foundation of Los Angeles selected the national college men’s basketball champions from 1942-82 and researched retroactive picks from 1901-41. The Helms winners are listed in this section to the time The Associated Press (AP) poll started in 1949. The AP is the writers’ poll, while the UPI and USA Today/CNN and USA Today/NABC polls are coaches’ polls. HELMS 1901 Yale 1902 Minnesota 1903 Yale 1904 Columbia 1905 Columbia 1906 Dartmouth 1907 Chicago 1908 Chicago 1909 Chicago 1910 Columbia 1911 St. John’s (N.Y.) 1912 Wisconsin 1913 Navy 1914 Wisconsin 1915 Illinois 1916 Wisconsin 1917 Washington St. 1918 Syracuse 1919 Minnesota 1920 Penn 1921 Penn 1922 Kansas 1923 Kansas 1924 North Carolina 1925 Princeton 1926 Syracuse 1927 NOTRE DAME 1928 Pittsburgh 1929 Montana St. 1930 Pittsburgh 1931 Northwestern 1932 Purdue 1933 Kentucky 1934 Wyoming 1935 New York U. 1936 NOTRE DAME 1937 Stanford 1938 Temple 1939 Long Island 1940 Southern Cal. 1941 Wisconsin 1942 Stanford 1943 Wyoming 1944 Army 1945 Oklahoma St. 1946 Oklahoma St. 1947 Holy Cross 1948 Kentucky

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1949 - AP 1. Kentucky 2. Oklahoma State 3. St. Louis 4. Illinois 5. Western Kentucky 6. Minnesota 7. Bradley 8. San Francisco 9. Tulane 10. Bowling Green 11. Yale 12. Utah 13. North Carolina St. 14. Villanova 15. UCLA 16. Loyola (Ill.) 17. Wyoming 18. Butler 19. Hamline 20. Ohio St. 1950 - AP 1. Bradley 2. Ohio State 3. Kentucky 4. Holy Cross 5. North Carolina St. 6. Duquesne 7. UCLA 8. Western Kentucky 9. St. John’s 10. LaSalle 11. Villanova 12. San Francisco 13. Long Island 14. Kansas St. 15. Arizona 16. Wisconsin 17. San Jose St. 18. Washington St. 19. Kansas 20. Indiana 1951 AP 1. Kentucky 2. Oklahoma State 3. Columbia 4. Kansas State 5. Illinois 6. Bradley

7. Indiana 8. North Carolina St. 9. St. John’s 10. St. Louis 11. BYU 12. Arizona 13. Dayton 14. Toledo 15. Washington 16. Murray St. 17. Cincinnati 18. Siena 19. Southern California 20. Villanova UPI 1. Kentucky 2. Oklahoma St. 3. Kansas St. 4. Illinois 5. Columbia 6. Bradley 7. North Carolina St. 8. Indiana 9. St. John’s (N.Y.) 10. BYU 11. St. Louis 12. Arizona 13. Washington 14. Beloit 15. Villanova 16. UCLA 17. Cincinnati 18. Dayton 18. St. Bonaventure 18. Seton Hall 18. Texas A&M 1952 AP 1. Kentucky 2. Illinois 3. Kansas State 4. Duquesne 5. St. Louis 6. Washington 7. Iowa 8. Kansas 9. West Virginia 10. St. John’s 11. Dayton 12. Duke 13. Holy Cross

14. Seton Hall 15. St. Bonaventure 16. Wyoming 17. Louisville 18. Seattle 19. UCLA 20. Texas St. UPI 1. Kentucky 2. Illinois 3. Kansas 4. Duquesne 5. Washington 6. Kansas St. 7. St. Louis 8. Iowa 9. St. John’s (N.Y.) 10. Wyoming 11. St. Bonaventure Seton Hall 12. 13. TCU West Virginia 14. Holy Cross 15. 16. Western Ky. La Salle 17. 18. Dayton 19. Louisville 20. UCLA 20. Indiana 1953 AP 1. Indiana Seton Hall 2. 3. Kansas 4. Washington 5. LSU 6. LaSalle St. John’s 7. Oklahoma State 8. 9. Duquesne NOTRE DAME 10. 11. Illinois Kansas St. 12. 13. Holy Cross 14. Seattle Wake Forest 15. Santa Clara 16. Western Ky. 17. North Carolina St. 18. 19. DePaul Missouri St. 20. UPI 1. Indiana Seton Hall 2. 3. Washington La Salle 4. 5. Kansas 6. LSU

2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 7. Oklahoma St. 8. North Carolina St. 9. Kansas St. 10. Illinois 11. Western Ky. 12. California 13. NOTRE DAME 14. DePaul 14. Wyoming 16. St. Louis 17. Holy Cross 18. Oklahoma City 19. BYU 20. Duquense 1954 AP 1. Kentucky 2. LaSalle Holy Cross 3. 4. Indiana 5. Duquesne NOTRE DAME 6. 7. Bradley Western Kentucky 8. Penn State 9. Oklahoma State 10. 11. Southern California 12. George Washington 13. Iowa 14. LSU 15. Duke 16. Niagara 17. Seattle 18. Kansas 19. Illinois 20. Maryland UPI 1. Indiana 2. Kentucky 3. Duquesne Oklahoma St. 4. 5. NOTRE DAME Western Ky. 6. 7. Kansas 8. LSU Holy Cross 9. 10. Iowa La Salle 11. 12. Illinois 13. Colorado St. North Carolina St. 14. 14. Southern California 16. Oregon St. 17. Seattle 17. Dayton 19. Rice 20. Duke

1955 AP 1. San Francisco 2. Kentucky 3. LaSalle 4. North Carolina St. 5. Iowa 6. Duquesne 7. Utah 8. Marquette 9. Dayton 10. Oregon State 11. Minnesota 12. Alabama 13. UCLA 14. George Washington 15. Colorado 16. Tulsa 17. Vanderbilt Illinois 18. 19. West Virginia St. Louis 20. UPI 1. San Francisco Kentucky 2. La Salle 3. 4. Utah 5. Iowa North Carolina St. 6. 7. Duquesne Oregon St. 8. 9. Marquette 10. Dayton 11. Colorado 12. UCLA 13. Minnesota 14. Tulsa George Washington 15. 16. Illinois 17. Niagara St. Louis 18. 19. Holy Cross 20. Cincinnati 1956 AP 1. San Francisco North Carolina St. 2. 3. Dayton 4. Iowa 5. Alabama 6. Louisville 7. SMU 8. UCLA 9. Kentucky 10. Illinois Oklahoma City 11. 12. Vanderbilt North Carolina 13. -85-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 14. Holy Cross 15. Temple 16. Wake Forest 17. Duke 18. Utah 19. Oklahoma City 20. West Virginia UPI 1. San Francisco 2. North Carolina St. 3. Dayton 4. Iowa 5. Alabama 6. SMU 7. Louisville 8. Illinois 9. UCLA 10. Vanderbilt 11. North Carolina 12. Kentucky 13. Utah 14. Temple 15. Holy Cross 16. Oklahoma St. 16. St. Louis 18. Seattle 18. Duke 18. Canisius 1957 AP 1. North Carolina 2. Kansas 3. Kentucky 4. SMU 5. Seattle 6. Louisville West Virginia 7. 8. Vanderbilt 9. Oklahoma City 10. St. Louis 11. Michigan St. 12. Memphis 13. California 14. UCLA 15. Mississippi St. 16. Idaho St. 17. NOTRE DAME 18. Wake Forest 19. Canisius 19. Oklahoma St. UPI 1. North Carolina 2. Kansas 3. Kentucky 4. SMU 5. Seattle -86-

6. California 7. Michigan St. 8. Louisville 9. UCLA 9. St. Louis 11. West Virginia 12. Dayton 13. Bradley 14. BYU 15. Indiana 16. Vanderbilt 16. Xavier 16. Oklahoma City 19. NOTRE DAME 20. Kansas St. 1958 AP 1. West Virginia 2. Cincinnati 3. Kansas State 4. San Francisco 5. Temple 6. Maryland 7. Kansas 8. NOTRE DAME 9. Kentucky 10. Duke 11. Dayton 12. Indiana 13. North Carolina 14. Bradley Mississippi St. 15. 16. Auburn Michigan St. 17. 18. Seattle 19. Oklahoma St. 20. North Carolina St. UPI 1. West Virginia 2. Cincinnati 3. San Francisco 4. Kansas St. 5. Temple 6. Maryland 7. NOTRE DAME 8. Kansas 9. Dayton 10. Indiana 11. Bradley 12. North Carolina 13. Duke 14. Kentucky 15. Oklahoma St. 16. Oregon St. 16. North Carolina St. 18. St. Bonaventure

19. 19. 19.

Michigan St. Wyoming Seattle

1959 AP 1. Kansas St. 2. Kentucky 3. Mississippi St. 4. Bradley 5. Cincinnati 6. North Carolina St. 7. Michigan State 8. Auburn 9. North Carolina 10. West Virginia 11. California 12. St. Louis 13. Seattle 14. St. Joseph’s 15. St. Mary’s (Cal) 16. TCU 17. Oklahoma City 18. Utah 19. St. Bonaventure 20. Marquette UPI 1. Kansas St. 2. Kentucky 3. Michigan St. 4. Cincinnati 5. North Carolina St. 6. North Carolina 6. Mississippi St. 8. Bradley 9. California 10. Auburn West Virginia 11. 12. TCU 13. St. Louis 14. Utah 15. Marquette 16. Tennessee Tech 17. St. John’s (N.Y.) 18. Navy 18. St. Mary’s (Cal) 20. St. Joseph’s 1960 AP 1. Cincinnati 2. California 3. Ohio State 4. Bradley 5. West Virginia 6. Utah 7. Indiana

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

Utah State St. Bonaventure Miami Auburn New York U. Georgia Tech Providence St. Louis Holy Cross Villanova Duke Wake Forest St. John’s (N.Y.) California Cincinnati Ohio St. Bradley Utah West Virginia Utah St. Georgia Tech Villanova Indiana St. Bonaventure New York U. Texas North Carolina Duke Kansas St. Auburn Providence St. Louis Dayton

1961 AP 1. Ohio State 2. Cincinnati 3. St. Bonaventure 4. Kansas State 5. USC 6. North Carolina 7. Bradley 8. St. John’s 9. Duke 10. Wake Forest 11. Utah 12. Texas Tech 13. Niagara 14. Memphis 15. Wake Forest 16. St. John’s (N.Y.) 17. St. Joseph’s 18. Drake 19. Holy Cross 20. Kentucky UPI 1. Ohio St.

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Cincinnati St. Bonaventure Kansas St. Southern California North Carolina Bradley St. John’s (N.Y.) Duke Wake Forest Iowa West Virginia Utah St. Louis Louisville St. Joseph’s Dayton Kentucky Texas Tech Memphis

1962 AP 1. Ohio State 2. Cincinnati 3. Kentucky 4. Mississippi State 5. Bradley 6. Kansas State 7. Utah 8. Bowling Green 9. Colorado 10. Duke 11. Loyola (Ill.) 12. St. John’s (N.Y.) 13. Wake Forest 14. Oregon St. 15. West Virginia 16. Arizona St. 17. Duquesne 18. Utah St. 19. UCLA 20. Villanova UPI 1. Ohio St. 2. Cincinnati 3. Kentucky 4. Mississippi St. 5. Kansas St. 6. Bradley 7. Wake Forest 8. Colorado 9. Bowling Green 10. Utah 11. Oregon St. 12. St. John’s (N.Y.) 13. Duke 13. Loyola (Ill.) 15. Arizona St. 16. West Virginia

17. 18. 19. 20.

UCLA Duquesne Utah St. Villanova

1963 AP 1. Cincinnati 2. Duke 3. Loyola 4. Arizona St. 5. Wichita 6. Mississippi St. 7. Ohio St. 8. Illinois 9. NYU 10. Colorado UPI 1. Cincinnati 2. Duke 3. Arizona St. 4. Loyola (Ill.) 5. Illinois 6. Wichita St. 7. Mississippi 8. Ohio St. 9. Colorado 10. Stanford 11. New York U. 12. Texas 13. Providence 14. Oregon St. 15. UCLA 16. St. Joseph’s 16. West Virginia 18. Bowling Green 19. Kansas St. 19. Seattle 1964 AP 1. UCLA 2. Michigan 3. Duke 4. Kentucky 5. Wichita 6. Oregon St. 7. Villanova 8. Loyola 9. DePaul 10. Davidson UPI 1. UCLA 2. Michigan 3. Kentucky 4. Duke 5. Oregon State. 6. Wichita St. 7. Villanova

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Loyola (Ill.) UTEP Davidson DePaul Kansas St. Drake San Francisco Utah St. Ohio St. New Mexico Texas A&M Arizona St. Providence

1965 AP 1. Michigan 2. UCLA 3. St. Joseph 4. Providence 5. Vanderbilt 6. Davidson 7. Minnesota 8. Villanova 9. Brigham Young 10. Duke UPI 1. Michigan 2. UCLA 3. St. Joseph’s 4. Providence 5. Vanderbilt 6. BYU 7. Davidson 8. Minnesota 9. Duke 10. San Francisco 11. Villanova 12. North Carolina St. 13. Oklahoma St. 14. Wichita St. 15. Connecticut 16. Illinois 17. Tennessee 18. Indiana 19. Miami (Fla) 20. Dayton 1966 AP 1. Kentucky 2. Duke 3. UTEP 4. Kansas 5. St. Joseph 6. Loyola 7. Cincinnati 8. Vanderbilt -88-

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

Michigan Western Michigan Kentucky Duke UTEP Kansas Loyola (Ill.) St. Joseph’s Michigan Vanderbilt Cincinnati Providence Nebraska Utah Oklahoma City Houston Oregon St. Syracuse Pacific Davidson BYU Dayton

1967 AP 1. UCLA 2. Louisville 3. North Carolina 4. Kansas 5. Princeton 6. Houston 7. Western Kentucky 8. UTEP 9. Tennessee 10. Boston College UPI 1. UCLA 2. Louisville 3. North Carolina 4. Kansas 5. Princeton 6. Houston 7. Western Ky. 8. UTEP 9. Tennessee 10. Boston College 11. Toledo 12. St. John’s (N.Y.) 13. Tulsa 14. Vanderbilt 14. Utah 16. Pacific 17. Providence 18. New Mexico 19. Duke 20. Florida

1968 AP 1. Houston 2. UCLA 3. St. Bonaventure 4. North Carolina 5. Kentucky 6. Columbia 7. New Mexico 8. Louisville 9. Davidson 10. Marquette UPI 1. Houston 2. UCLA 3. St. Bonaventure 4. North Carolina 5. Kentucky 6. Columbia 7. New Mexico 8. Louisville 9. Davidson 10. Marquette 11. Duke 12. New Mexico St. 13. Vanderbilt 14. Kansas St. 15. Princeton 16. Army 17. Santa Clara 18. Utah 19. Bradley 20. Iowa 1969 AP 1. UCLA 2. LaSalle 3. Santa Clara 4. North Carolina 5. Davidson 6. Purdue 7. Kentucky 8. St. John’s 9. Duquesne 10. Villanova 11. Drake 12. New Mexico St. 13. South Carolina 14. Marquette 15. Louisville 16. Boston College 17. NOTRE DAME 18. Colorado 19. Kansas 20. Illinois

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UCLA North Carolina Davidson Santa Clara Kentucky La Salle Purdue St. John’s (N.Y.) New Mexico St. Duquesne Drake Colorado Louisville Marquette Villanova Boston College Weber St. Wyoming Colorado St. South Carolina Kansas

1970 AP 1. Kentucky 2. UCLA 3. St. Bonaventure 4. Jacksonville 5. New Mexico St. 6. South Carolina 7. Iowa 8. Marquette 9. NOTRE DAME North Carolina St. 10. 11. Florida St. 12. Houston 13. Penn 14. Drake 15. Davidson 16. Utah St. 17. Niagara 18. Western Ky. 19. Long Beach St. 20. Southern California UPI 1. Kentucky 2. UCLA 3. St. Bonaventure 4. New Mexico St. 5. Jacksonville 6. South Carolina 7. Iowa 8. NOTRE DAME 9. Drake 10. Marquette 11. Houston 12. North Carolina St. 13. Penn

2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 14. Florida St. 15. Villanova 15. Long Beach St. 17. Western Ky. 17. Utah St. 17. Niagara 20. Cincinnati 20. UTEP 1971 AP 1. UCLA 2. Marquette 3. Pennsylvania 4. Kansas 5. USC 6. South Carolina 7. Western Kentucky 8. Kentucky 9. Fordham Ohio St. 10. 11. Jacksonville 12. NOTRE DAME North Carolina 13. 14. Houston 15. Duquesne 16. Long Beach St. 17. Tennessee 18. Villanova 19. Drake 20. BYU UPI 1. UCLA 2. Marquette 3. Penn 4. Louisville 5. Southern California 6. South Carolina 7. Western Ky. 8. Kentucky 9. Fordham 10. Ohio St. 11. Jacksonville 11. BYU 13. North Carolina 14. NOTRE DAME 14. Long Beach St. 16. Drake 17. Villanova 18. Duquesne 18. Houston 20. Weber St. 1972 AP 1. UCLA 2. North Carolina 3. Pennsylvania 4. Louisville

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

Long Beach South Carolina Marquette SW Louisiana Brigham Young Florida St. Minnesota Marshall Memphis Maryland Villanova Oral Roberts Indiana Kentucky Ohio State Virginia UCLA North Carolina Penn Louisville South Carolina Long Beach St. Marquette La-Lafayette BYU Florida St. Maryland Minnesota Memphis Kentucky Villanova Kansas St. UTEP Marshall Missouri Weber St.

1973 AP 1. UCLA 2. North Carolina St. 3. Long Beach 4. Providence 5. Marquette 6. Indiana 7. SW Louisiana 8. Maryland 9. Kansas St. 10. Minnesota 11. North Carolina 12. Memphis 13. Houston 14. Syracuse 15. Missouri 16. Arizona St. 17. Kentucky 18. Penn 19. Austin Peay 20. San Francisco -89-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement UPI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 18. 20.

UCLA North Carolina St. Long Beach St. Marquette Providence Indiana La-Lafayette Kansas St. Minnesota Maryland Memphis North Carolina Arizona St. Syracuse Kentucky South Carolina Missouri Weber St. Houston Penn

1974 AP 1. North Carolina St. 2. UCLA 3. Marquette 4. Maryland 5. NOTRE DAME 6. Michigan 7. Kansas 8. Providence 9. Indiana 10. Long Beach St. 11. Purdue 12. North Carolina 13. Vanderbilt 14. Alabama 15. Utah 16. Pittsburgh 17. Southern California 18. Oral Roberts 19. South Carolina 20. Dayton UPI 1. North Carolina St. 2. UCLA 3. NOTRE DAME 4. Maryland 5. Marquette 6. Providence 7. Vanderbilt 8. North Carolina 9. Indiana 10. Kansas 11. Long Beach St. 12. Michigan -90-

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 19.

Southern California Pittsburgh Louisville South Carolina Creighton New Mexico Alabama Dayton

1975 AP 1. UCLA 2. Kentucky 3. Indiana 4. Louisville 5. Maryland 6. Syracuse 7. North Carolina St. 8. Arizona St. 9. North Carolina 10. Alabama 11. Marquette 12. Princeton 13. Cincinnati 14. NOTRE DAME 15. Kansas St. 16. Drake 17. UNLV 18. Oregon St. 19. Michigan 20. Penn UPI 1. Indiana 2. UCLA 3. Louisville 4. Kentucky 5. Maryland 6. Marquette 7. Arizona St. 8. Alabama 9. North Carolina St. 10. North Carolina 11. Penn 12. Southern California 13. Utah St. 14. UNLV 14. NOTRE DAME 16. Creighton 17. Arizona 18. New Mexico St. 19. Clemson 20. UTEP 1976 AP 1. Indiana 2. Marquette 3. UNLV

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

Rutgers UCLA Alabama NOTRE DAME North Carolina Michigan Western Michigan Maryland Cincinnati Tennessee Missouri Arizona Texas Tech DePaul Virginia Centenary (La.) Pepperdine Indiana Marquette Rutgers UNLV UCLA North Carolina Alabama NOTRE DAME Michigan Washington Missouri Arizona Maryland Tennessee Virginia Cincinnati Florida St. St. John’s (N.Y.) Western Mich. Princeton

1977 AP 1. Michigan 2. UCLA 3. Kentucky 4. UNLV 5. North Carolina 6. Syracuse 7. Marquette 8. San Francisco 9. Wake Forest 10. NOTRE DAME 11. Alabama 12. Detroit 13. Minnesota 14. Utah 15. Tennessee 16. Kansas St. 17. Charlotte

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Arkansas Louisville VMI Michigan San Francisco North Carolina UCLA Kentucky UNLV Arkansas Tennessee Syracuse Utah Kansas St. Cincinnati Louisville Marquette Providence Indiana St. Minnesota Alabama Detroit Purdue

1978 AP 1. Kentucky 2. UCLA 3. DePaul 4. Michigan St. 5. Arkansas 6. NOTRE DAME 7. Duke 8. Marquette 9. Louisville 10. Kansas 11. San Francisco 12. New Mexico 13. Indiana 14. Utah 15. Florida St. 16. North Carolina 17. Texas 18. Detroit 19. Miami (Ohio) 20. Penn UPI 1. Kentucky 2. UCLA 3. Marquette 4. New Mexico 5. Michigan St. 6. Arkansas 7. DePaul 8. Kansas 9. Duke 10. North Carolina 11. NOTRE DAME

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Florida St. San Francisco Louisville Indiana Houston Utah St. Utah Texas Georgetown

1979 AP 1. Indiana St. 2. UCLA 3. Michigan St. 4. NOTRE DAME 5. Arkansas 6. DePaul 7. LSU 8. Syracuse 9. North Carolina 10. Marquette 11. Duke 12. San Francisco 13. Louisville 14. Penn 15. Purdue 16. Oklahoma 17. St. John’s (N.Y.) 18. Rutgers 19. Toledo 20. Iowa UPI 1. Indiana St. 2. UCLA 3. North Carolina 4. Michigan St. 5. NOTRE DAME 6. Arkansas 7. Duke 8. DePaul 9. LSU 10. Syracuse 11. Iowa 12. Georgetown 13. Marquette 14. Purdue 15. Texas 16. Temple 17. San Francisco 18. Tennessee 19. Louisville 20. Detroit 1980 AP 1. DePaul 2. Louisville 3. LSU

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

Kentucky Oregon St. Syracuse Indiana Maryland NOTRE DAME Ohio St. Georgetown BYU St. John’s (N.Y) Duke North Carolina Missouri Weber St. Arizona St. Iona Purdue DePaul LSU Kentucky Louisville Oregon St. Syracuse Indiana Maryland Ohio St. Georgetown NOTRE DAME BYU St. John’s (N.Y.) Missouri North Carolina Duke Weber St. Texas A&M Arizona St. Kansas St.

1981 AP 1. DePaul 2. Oregon St. 3. Arizona St. 4. LSU 5. Virginia 6. North Carolina 7. NOTRE DAME 8. Kentucky 9. Indiana 10. UCLA 11. Wake Forest 12. Louisville 13. Iowa 14. Utah 15. Tennessee 16. BYU 17. Wyoming 18. Maryland

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Illinois Arkansas DePaul Oregon St. Virginia LSU Arizona St. North Carolina Indiana Kentucky NOTRE DAME Utah UCLA Iowa Louisville Wake Forest Tennessee Wyoming BYU Illinois Kansas Maryland

1982 AP 1. North Carolina 2. DePaul 3. Virginia 4. Oregon St. 5. Missouri 6. Georgetown 7. Minnesota 8. Idaho 9. Memphis 10. Tulsa 11. Fresno St. 12. Arkansas 13. Alabama 14. West Virginia 15. Kentucky 16. Iowa 17. UAB 18. Wake Forest 19. UCLA 20. Louisville UPI 1. North Carolina 2. DePaul 3. Virginia 4. Oregon St. 5. Missouri 6. Minnesota 7. Georgetown 8. Idaho 9. Memphis 10. Fresno St. 11. Tulsa -92-

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Alabama Arkansas Kentucky Wyoming Iowa West Virginia Kansas St. Wake Forest Louisville

1983 AP 1. Houston 2. Louisville 3. St. John’s 4. Virginia 5. Indiana 6. UNLV 7. UCLA 8. North Carolina 9. Arkansas 10. Missouri 11. Boston College 12. Kentucky 13. Villanova 14. Wichita St. 15. Chattanooga 16. North Carolina St. 17. Memphis 18. Georgia 19. Oklahoma St. 20. Georgetown UPI 1. Houston 2. Louisville 3. St. John’s (N.Y.) 4. Virginia 5. Indiana 6. UNLV 7. UCLA 8. North Carolina 9. Arkansas 10. Kentucky 11. Villanova 12. Missouri 13. Boston College 14. Wichita St. 15. Georgia 16. Chattanooga 17. Memphis 18. Illinois St. 19. Oklahoma St. 20. Georgetown 1984 AP 1. North Carolina 2. Georgetown

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

Kentucky DePaul Houston Illinois Oklahoma Arkansas UTEP Purdue Maryland Tulsa UNLV Duke Washington Memphis Oregon St. Syracuse Wake Forest Temple North Carolina Georgetown Kentucky DePaul Houston Illinois Arkansas Oklahoma UTEP Maryland Purdue Tulsa UNLV Duke Washington Memphis Syracuse Syracuse Auburn Oregon St.

1985 AP 1. Georgetown 2. Michigan 3. St. John’s 4. Oklahoma 5. Memphis 6. Georgia Tech 7. North Carolina 8. Louisiana Tech 9. UNLV 10. Duke 11. VCU 12. Illinois 13. Kansas 14. Loyola (Ill.) 15. Syracuse 16. North Carolina St.

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Texas Tech Tulsa Georgia LSU Georgetown Michigan St. John’s (N.Y.) Memphis Oklahoma Georgia Tech North Carolina Louisiana Tech UNLV Illinois VCU Duke Kansas Tulsa Syracuse Texas Tech Loyola (Ill.) North Carolina St. LSU Michigan St.

1986 AP 1. Duke 2. Kansas 3. Kentucky 4. St. John’s 5. Michigan 6. Georgia Tech 7. Louisville 8. North Carolina 9. Syracuse 10. NOTRE DAME 11. UNLV 12. Memphis 13. Georgetown 14. Bradley 15. Oklahoma 16. Indiana 17. Navy 18. Michigan St. 19. Illinois 20. UTEP UPI 1. Duke 2. Kansas 3. St. John’s (N.Y.) 4. Kentucky 5. Michigan 6. Georgia Tech 7. Louisville 8. North Carolina 9. Syracuse 10. UNLV

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NOTRE DAME Memphis Bradley Indiana Georgetown UTEP Oklahoma Michigan St. Alabama Illinois

1987 AP 1. UNLV 2. North Carolina 3. Indiana 4. Georgetown 5. DePaul 6. Iowa 7. Purdue 8. Temple 9. Alabama 10. Syracuse 11. Illinois 12. Pittsburgh 13. Clemson 14. Missouri 15. UCLA 16. New Orleans 17. Duke 18. Notre Dame 19. TCU 20. Kansas UPI 1. UNLV 2. Indiana 3. North Carolina 4. Georgetown 5. DePaul 6. Purdue 7. Iowa 8. Temple 9. Alabama 10. Syracuse 11. Illinois 12. Pittsburgh 13. UCLA 14. Missouri 15. Clemson 16. TCU 17. Wyoming 18. NOTRE DAME 19. New Orleans 19. Oklahoma 19. UTEP 1988 AP 1. Temple 2. Arizona

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

Purdue Oklahoma Duke Kentucky North Carolina Pittsburgh Syracuse Michigan Bradley UNLV Wyoming North Carolina St. Oklahoma Illinois Iowa Xavier BYU Kansas St. Temple Arizona Purdue Oklahoma Duke Kentucky Pittsburgh North Carolina Syracuse Michigan UNLV Bradley North Carolina St. Wyoming Illinois Loyola Marymount BYU Iowa Indiana Kansas St.

1989 AP 1. Arizona 2. Georgetown 3. Illinois 4. Oklahoma 5. North Carolina 6. Missouri 7. Syracuse 8. Indiana 9. Duke 10. Michigan 11. Seton Hall 12. Louisville 13. Stanford 14. Iowa 15. UNLV 16. Florida St. 17. West Virginia

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Ball St. North Carolina St. Alabama Arizona Georgetown Illinois North Carolina Oklahoma Indiana Duke Missouri Syracuse Michigan Seton Hall Stanford Louisville UNLV Iowa Florida St. Arkansas North Carolina St. West Virginia Alabama

1990 AP 1. Oklahoma 2. UNLV 3. Connecticut 4. Michigan St. 5. Kansas 6. Syracuse 7. Arkansas 8. Georgetown 9. Georgia Tech 10. Purdue 11. Missouri 12. La Salle 13. Michigan 14. Arizona 15. Duke 16. Louisville 17. Clemson 18. Illinois 19. LSU 20. Minnesota 21. Loyola Marymount 22. Oregon St. 23. Alabama 24. New Mexico St. 25. Xavier UPI 1. Oklahoma 2. UNLV 3. Connecticut 4. Michigan St. 5. Kansas -94-

6. Syracuse 7. Georgia Tech 8. Arkansas 9. Georgetown 10. Purdue 11. Missouri 12. Arizona 13. La Salle 14. Duke 15. Michigan 16. Louisville 17. Clemson 18. Illinois 19. Alabama 20. New Mexico St. 1991 AP 1. UNLV 2. Arkansas 3. Indiana 4. North Carolina 5. Ohio St. 6. Duke 7. Syracuse 8. Arizona 9. Kentucky 10. Utah 11. Oklahoma St. 12. Cincinnati 13. Alabama 14. Michigan St. 15. Michigan 16. Missouri 17. Massachusetts 18. North Carolina 19. Seton Hall 20. Florida St. 21. Syracuse 22. Georgetown 23. Oklahoma 24. DePaul 25. LSU UPI 1. UNLV 2. Arkansas 3. Indiana 4. North Carolina 5. Ohio St. 6. Duke 7. Arizona 8. Syracuse 9. Nebraska 10. Utah 11. Seton Hall 12. Kansas 13. Oklahoma St. 14. UCLA

15. East Tenn. St. 16. Alabama 17. New Mexico St. 18. Mississippi St. 19. St. John’s (N.Y.) 20. Princeton 21. LSU 22. Michigan St. 23. Georgetown 24. North Carolina St. 25. Texas 1992 AP 1. Duke 2. Kansas 3. Ohio St. 4. UCLA 5. Indiana 6. Kentucky 7. UNLV 8. USC 9. Arkansas 10. Arizona 11. Oklahoma St. 12. Cincinnati 13. Alabama 14. Michigan St. 15. Michigan 16. Missouri 17. Massachusetts 18. North Carolina 19. Seton Hall 20. Florida St. 21. Syracuse 22. Georgetown 23. Oklahoma 24. DePaul 25. LSU UPI 1. Duke 2. Kansas 3. UCLA 4. Ohio St. 5. Arizona 6. Indiana 7. Southern California 8. Arkansas 9. Kentucky 10. Oklahoma St. 11. Michigan St. 12. Missouri 13. Alabama 14. Cincinnati 15. North Carolina 16. Florida St. 17. Michigan 18. Seton Hall

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19. Georgetown 20. Syracuse 21. Massachusetts 22. Oklahoma 23. DePaul 24. St. John’s (N.Y.) 25. Tulane 1993 AP 1. Indiana 2. Kentucky 3. Michigan 4. North Carolina 5. Arizona 6. Seton Hall 7. Cincinnati 8. Vanderbilt 9. Kansas 10. Duke 11. Florida St. 12. Arkansas 13. Iowa 14. Massachusetts 15. Louisville 16. Wake Forest 17. New Orleans 18. Georgia Tech 19. Utah 20. Western Ky. 21. New Mexico 22. Purdue 23. Oklahoma St. 24. New Mexico St. 25. UNLV USA TODAY/CNN 1. Indiana 2. North Carolina 3. Kentucky 4. Michigan 5. Arizona 6. Seton Hall 7. Cincinnati 8. Kansas 9. Vanderbilt 10. Duke 11. Florida St. 12. Arkansas 13. Iowa 14. Louisville 15. Wake Forest 16. Utah 17. Massachusetts 18. New Orleans 19. UNLV 20. Georgia Tech 21. Purdue 22. Virginia Oklahoma St. 23.

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1994 AP 1. North Carolina 2. Arkansas 3. Purdue 4. Connecticut 5. Missouri 6. Duke 7. Kentucky 8. Massachusetts 9. Arizona 10. Louisville 11. Michigan 12. Temple 13. Kansas 14. Florida 15. Syracuse 16. California 17. UCLA 18. Indiana 19. Oklahoma St. 20. Texas 21. Marquette 22. Nebraska 23. Minnesota 24. St. Louis 25. Cincinnati USA TODAY/CNN 1. Arkansas 2. North Carolina 3. Connecticut 4. Purdue 5. Missouri 6. Duke 7. Massachusetts 8. Kentucky 9. Louisville 10. Arizona 11. Michigan 12. Temple 13. Kansas 14. Syracuse 15. Florida 16. UCLA 17. California 18. Indiana 19. Oklahoma St. 20. Minnesota 21. St. Louis 22. Marquette 23. UAB 24. Texas 25. Cincinnati

1995 AP 1. UCLA 2. Kentucky 3. Wake Forest 4. North Carolina 5. Kansas 6. Arkansas 7. Massachusetts 8. Connecticut 9. Villanova 10. Maryland 11. Michigan St. 12. Purdue 13. Virginia 14. Oklahoma St. 15. Arizona 16. Arizona St. 17. Oklahoma 18. Mississippi St. 19. Utah 20. Alabama 21. Western Ky. 22. Georgetown 23. Missouri 24. Iowa St. 25. Syracuse USA TODAY/NABC 1. UCLA 2. Kentucky 3. Wake Forest 4. Kansas 5. North Carolina 6. Arkansas 7. Massachusetts 8. Connecticut 9. Michigan St. 10. Maryland 11. Purdue 12. Villanova 13. Arizona 14. Oklahoma St. 15. Virginia 16. Arizona St. 17. Utah 18. Iowa St. 19. Mississippi St. 20. Oklahoma 21. Alabama 22. Syracuse 23. Missouri 24. Oregon 25. Stanford

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3. Minnesota 4. North Carolina 5. Kentucky 6. South Carolina 7. UCLA 8. Duke 9. Wake Forest 10. Cincinnati 11. New Mexico 12. St. Joseph’s 13. Xavier 14. Clemson 15. Arizona 16. Col. of Charleston 17. Georgia 18. Iowa St. 19. Illinois 20. Villanova 21. Stanford 22. Maryland 23. Boston College 24. Colorado 25. Louisville USA TODAY/NABC 1. Kansas 2. Utah 3. Minnesota 4. Kentucky North Carolina 5. 6. South Carolina 7. UCLA 8. Duke Wake Forest 9. 10. Cincinnati New Mexico 11. 12. Clemson 13. Arizona 14. Xavier St. Joseph’s 15. 16. Villanova Iowa St. 17. Col. of Charleston 18. 19. Maryland Boston College 20. 21. Stanford 22. Georgia 23. Colorado 24. Illinois 25. Louisville 1998 AP 1. North Carolina 2. Kansas 3. Duke 4. Arizona 5. Kentucky 6. Connecticut

7. Utah 8. Princeton 9. Cincinnati 10. Stanford 11. Purdue 12. Michigan 13. Mississippi 14. South Carolina 15. TCU 16. Michigan St. 17. Arkansas 18. New Mexico 19. UCLA 20. Maryland 21. Syracuse 22. Illinois 23. Xavier 24. Temple 25. Murray St. USA TODAY/NABC North Carolina 1. 2. Kansas 3. Duke 4. Arizona 5. Connecticut 6. Kentucky 7. Utah 8. Princeton 9. Purdue 10. Stanford 11. Cincinnati 12. Michigan South Carolina 13. 14. Mississippi Michigan St 15. 16. TCU 17. Arkansas New Mexico 18. 19. Syracuse 20. UCLA 21. Xavier 22. Maryland 23. Illinois 24. Temple 25. Oklahoma 1999 AP 1. Duke 2. Michigan St. 3. Connecticut 4. Auburn 5. Maryland 6. Utah 7. Stanford 8. Kentucky 9. St. John’s Miami (Fla.) 10.

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11. Cincinnati 12. Arizona 13. North Carolina 14. Ohio St. 15. UCLA 16. Col. of Charleston 17. Arkansas 18. Wisconsin 19. Indiana 20. Texas 21. Iowa 22. Kansas 23. Florida 24. Charlotte 25. New Mexico USA TODAY/NABC 1. Duke 2. Michigan St. 3. Connecticut 4. Auburn 5. Maryland 6. Utah 7. Stanford 8. St. John’s (N.Y.) 9. Cincinnati 10. Arizona 11. Kentucky 12. Miami (Fla.) 13. North Carolina 14. Ohio State 15. UCLA 16. Col. of Charleston 17. Wisconsin 18. Indiana 19. Arkansas 20. Iowa 21. Syracuse 22. Kansas 23. Texas 24. New Mexico 25. Florida 2000 AP 1. Duke 2. Michigan St. 3. Stanford 4. Arizona 5. Temple 6. Iowa St. 7. Cincinnati 8. Ohio St. 9. St. John’s 10. LSU 11. Tennessee 12. Oklahoma 13. Florida 14. Oklahoma St.

2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 15. Texas 16. Syracuse 17. Maryland 18. Tulsa 19. Kentucky 20. Connecticut 21. Illinois 22. Indiana 23. Miami (Fla.) 24. Auburn 25. Purdue USA TODAY/NABC 1. Duke 2. Michigan St. 3. Stanford 4. Arizona 5. Temple 6. Cincinnati 7. Iowa St. 8. Ohio St. 9. LSU 10. Tennessee 11. Florida 12. St, John’s (N.Y.) 13. Oklahoma 14. Syracuse 15. Oklahoma St. 16. Maryland 17. Indiana 18. Texas 19. Tulsa 20. Kentucky 21. Connecticut 22. Auburn 23. Illinois 24. Purdue 25. Miami (Fla.) 2001 AP 1. Duke 2. Stanford 3. Michigan St. 4. Illinois 5. Arizona 6. North Carolina 7. Boston College 8. Florida 9. Kentucky 10. Iowa St. 11. Maryland 12. Kansas 13. Oklahoma 14. Mississippi 15. UCLA 16. Virginia 17. Syracuse 18. Texas

19. NOTRE DAME 20. Indiana 21. Georgetown 22. St. Joseph’s 23. Wake Forest 24. Iowa 25. Wisconsin USA TODAY/NABC 1. Duke 2. Stanford 3. Michigan St. 4. Arizona 5. North Carolina 6. Illinois 7. Boston College 8. Florida 9. Iowa St. 10. Kentucky 11. Maryland 12. Kansas 13. Mississippi 14. Oklahoma 15. Virginia 16. Syracuse 17. Texas 18. UCLA 19. NOTRE DAME 20. Georgetown 21. Indiana Wake Forest 22. 23. St. Joseph’s 24. Wisconsin 25. Iowa 2002 AP 1. Duke 2. Kansas 3. Oklahoma 4. Maryland 5. Cincinnati 6. Gonzaga 7. Arizona 8. Alabama 9. Pittsburgh 10. Connecticut 11. Oregon 12. Marquette 13. Illinois 14. Ohio St. 15. Florida 16. Kentucky 17. Mississippi St. 18. Southern California 19. Western Ky. 20. Oklahoma St. 21. Miami (Fla.) 22. Xavier -97-


2011-12 Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Supplement 23. Georgia 24. Stanford 25. Hawaii USA TODAY/ESPN 1. Duke 2. Kansas 3. Oklahoma 4. Maryland 5. Cincinnati 6. Gonzaga 7. Pittsburgh 8. Alabama 9. Arizona 10. Marquette 11. Oregon 12. Ohio St. 13. Connecticut 14. Florida 15. Kentucky 16. Illinois Southern California 17. 18. Mississippi St. 19. Xavier Western Ky. 20. Miami (Fla.) 21. 22. Oklahoma St. 23. Stanford 24. Hawaii North Carolina St. 25. 2003 AP 1. Kentucky 2. Arizona 3. Oklahoma 4. Pittsburgh 5. Texas 6. Kansas 7. Duke 8. Wake Forest 9. Marquette 10. Florida 11. Illinois 12. Xavier 13. Syracuse 14. Louisville 15. Creighton 16. Dayton 17. Maryland 18. Stanford 19. Memphis 20. Mississippi St. 21. Wisconsin 22. NOTRE DAME 23. Connecticut 24. Missouri 25. Georgia -98-

USA TODAY/ESPN 1. Kentucky 2. Arizona 3. Oklahoma 4. Pittsburgh 5. Texas 6. Kansas 7. Duke 8. Florida 9. Wake Forest 10. Illinois 11. Marquette 12. Syracuse 13. Louisville 14. Xavier 15. Creighton 16. Stanford 17. Maryland 18. Dayton 19. Wisconsin NOTRE DAME 20. Mississippi St. 21. 22. Memphis Oklahoma St. 23. 24. Connecticut 25. Missouri 2004 AP 1. Stanford 2. Kentucky 3. Gonzaga 4. Oklahoma St. 5. St. Joseph’s 6. Duke 7. Connecticut 8. Mississippi St. 9. Pittsburgh 10. Wisconsin 11. Cincinnati 12. Texas 13. Illinois 14. Georgia Tech 15. North Carolina St. 16. Kansas 17. Wake Forest 18. North Carolina 19. Maryland 20. Syracuse 21. Providence 22. Arizona 23. South Carolina 24. Memphis 25. Boston College Utah State USA TODAY/ESPN 1. Stanford 2. Gonzaga

3. Oklahoma St. 4. Kentucky 5. St. Joseph’s 6. Duke 7. Connecticut 8. Pittsburgh 9. Mississippi St. 10. Wisconsin 11. Texas 12. Cincinnati 13. Illinois 14. Kansas 15. Georgia Tech 16. Wake Forest 17. North Carolina St. 18. Arizona 19. Providence 20. North Carolina 21. Maryland Utah St. 22. 23. Southern Ill. 24. Syracuse Michigan St. 25. 2005 AP 1. Illinois 2. North Carolina 3. Wake Forest 4. Kentucky 5. Duke 6. Louisville 7. Boston College 8. Arizona 9. Kansas 10. Oklahoma St. 11. Syracuse 12. Kansas 13. Connecticut 14. Boston College 15. Michigan St. 16. Florida 17. Oklahoma 18. Utah 19. Villanova 20. Wisconsin 21. Alabama 22. Pacific 23. Cincinnati 24. Texas tech 25. Georgia Tech USA TODAY/ESPN 1. Illinois 2. Duke North Carolina 3. 4. Louisville Kentucky 5. Wake Forest 6.

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Washington Oklahoma St. Arizona Kansas Gonzaga Boston College Syracuse Connecticut Michigan St. Oklahoma Utah Florida Wisconsin Pacific Alabama Villanova Cincinnati Texas Tech Georgia Tech

2006 AP 1. Duke 2. Connecticut 3. Villanova 4. Memphis 5. Gonzaga 6. Ohio St. 7. Boston College UCLA 9. Texas 10. North Carolina 11. Florida 12. Kansas 13. Illinois 14. George Washington 15. Iowa 16. Pittsburgh 17. Washington 18. Tennessee 19. LSU 20. Nevada 21. Syracuse 22. West Virginia 23. Georgetown 24. Oklahoma 25. UAB USA TODAY/ESPN 1. Duke 2. Connecticut 3. Memphis 4. Villanova 5. Gonzaga 6. Ohio State 7. Boston College 8. UCLA 9. Texas 10. Florida

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George Washington North Carolina Kansas Illinois Iowa Pittsburgh Washington LSU Tennessee Oklahoma Nevada Syracuse West Virginia Georgetown UAB

2007 AP 1. Ohio St. 2. Kansas 3. Wisconsin 4. UCLA 5. Memphis 6. Florida 7. Texas A&M 8. North Carolina 9. Georgetown 10. Nevada 11. Texas 12. Pittsburgh 13. Washington St. 14. Southern Ill. 15. Nevada 16. Louisville 17. NOTRE DAME 18. Maryland 19. UNLV 20. Marquette 21. Butler 22. Winthrop 23. Southern California 24. BYU 25. Tennessee USA TODAY/ESPN 1. Ohio St. 2. Kansas 3. Florida 4. North Carolina 5. Memphis 6. UCLA 7. Wisconsin 8. Georgetown 9. Texas A&M 10. Pittsburgh 11. Texas 12. Oregon 13. Nevada 14. Washington St.

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Southern Ill. Louisville NOTRE DAME UNLV Butler Marquette Winthrop Maryland BYU Creighton Southern California

2008 AP 1. North Carolina 2. Memphis 3. UCLA 4. Kansas 5. Tennessee 6. Wisconsin 7. Texas 8. Georgetown 9. Duke 10. Stanford 11. Butler 12. Xavier 13. Louisville 14. Drake 15. NOTRE DAME 16. Connecticut 17. Pittsburgh 18. Michigan St. 19. Vanderbilt 20. Purdue 21. Washington St. 22. Clemson 23. Davidson 24. Gonzaga 25. Marquette USA TODAY/ESPN 1. Kansas 2. Memphis 3. North Carolina 4. UCLA 5. Texas 6. Louisville 7. Tennessee 8. Xavier 9. Davidson 10. Wisconsin 11. Stanford 12. Georgetown 13. Michigan St. 14. Butler 15. Washington St. 16. Duke 17. Wes Virginia 18. Pittsburgh -99-


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NOTRE DAME Purdue Marquette Western Ky. Drake Villanova Vanderbilt

23. Gonzaga 24. Wisconsin 25. Texas A&M 2011 AP 1. Ohio State (51) 2010 2. Kansas (14) AP 3. Duke 4. Pittsburgh 2009 1. Kansas 2. Kentucky 5. NOTRE DAME AP 3. Duke 6. San Diego State 1. Louisville 4. Syracuse 7. North Carolina 2. North Carolina 5. Ohio State 8. Texas 3. Memphis 6. West Virginia 9. Connecticut 4. Pittsburgh 7. Kansas State 10. Brigham Young 5. Connecticut 8. New Mexico 11. Kentucky 6. Duke 9. Villanova 12. Syracuse 7. Oklahoma 10. Purdue 13. Purdue 8. Michigan St. 11. Butler 14. Louisville 9. Missouri 12. Temple 15. Florida 10. Gonzaga 13. Michigan State 16. Wisconsin 11. Villanova 14. Georgetown 17. Arizona 12. Wake Forest 15. Tennessee 18. St. John’s 13. Syracuse 16. Wisconsin 19. Utah State 14. Kansas 17. Brigham Young 20. Xavier 15. Washington St. 18. Pittsburgh 21. Kansas State 16. Florida St. 19. Baylor 22. West Virginia 17. Purdue 20. Maryland 23. Washington 18. UCLA 21. Vanderbilt 24. Texas A&M 19. Arizona St. 22. Gonzaga 25. Vanderbilt 20. Xavier 23. Texas A&M USA TODAY/ESPN 21. LSU 24. Richmond 1. Connecticut (30) 22. Butler 2. Butler 25. Xavier 23. Marquette USA TODAY/ESPN 3. Kentucky 24. Clemson 1. Duke 4. Kansas 25. Utah 2. Butler 5. Ohio State (1) USA TODAY/ESPN 3. West Virginia 6. Virginia Commonwealth 1. North Carolina Michigan State 4. 7. Duke 2. Michigan St. 5. Kentucky 8. North Carolina 3. Connecticut 6. Kansas 9. Arizona 4. Villanova 7. Kansas State 10. Florida 5. Louisville 8. Syracuse 11. San Diego State 6. Pittsburgh 9. Tennessee 12. Pittsburgh 7. Oklahoma 10. Baylor 13. Brigham Young 8. Missouri 11. Ohio State 14. NOTRE DAME 9. Memphis 12. Purdue 15. Wisconsin 10. Kansas 13. Northern Iowa 16. Texas 11. Duke 14. Xavier 17. Purdue 12. Syracuse 15. Villanova 18. Syracuse 13. Gonzaga 16. New Mexico 19. Florida State 14. Purdue 17. Cornell 20. Marquette 15. Xavier 18. Maryland 21. Richmond 16. Washington 19. Saint Mary’s 22. Louisville 17. LSU 20. Pittsburgh 23. Washington 18. UCLA 21. Washington 24. Kansas State 19. Arizona St. 22. Brigham Young 25. Utah State 20. Wake Forest

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