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Chris Bess

Senior Guard/Forward

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The 2009-10 Fighting Scots No.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

Hometown/High School/Last School

33 44 4 5 10 21 34 55 3 23

Chris Bess Steve Cress Chris Klimchock Byron Knight Vlad Kovalevsky Anthony Lytle Justin Moore Stefan Mueller Al Muteba Cory Somerville

Name

F/G F G G F F F C G F

6­2 6­5 5­9 6­4 6­7 6­5 6­6 7­0 6­4 6­5

225 210 150 200 240 225 260 240 192 225

Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So.

25 35 15

Bobby Stauffer Andrew Walczak Danny Walsh

G F G

5­9 6­6 6­1

175 215 185

Jr. Sr. Jr.

Cleveland, OH/Shaker Heights Mars, PA/Mars Area Greensburg, PA/Greensburg Salem Pittsburgh, PA/Penn Hills Richmond Hill, ONT/Vaughan Secondary Altoona, PA/Altoona Area Canonsburg, PA/Canon­McMillan/New Haven Canton, OH/Glen Oak/West Virginia Tech Toronto, ONT/Oakwood/Kirkwood CC Pittsburgh, PA/Perry Traditional Academy/ Slippery Rock Edinboro, PA/General McLane Waterford, PA/Fort LeBoeuf Moon Township, PA/Moon Area

Numerical Roster 3 4 5 10 15 21 23 25 33 34 35 44 55

Al Muteba Chris Klimchock Byron Knight Vlad Kovalevsky Danny Walsh Anthony Lytle Cory Somerville Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Justin Moore Andrew Walczak Steve Cress Stefan Mueller

G G G F G F F G F/G F F F C

HEAD COACH: Greg Walcavich ASSISTANT COACHES: Patrick Cleary and Terry Thompson

Pronunciation Guide Vlad Kovalevsky Stefan Mueller Al Muteba Bobby Stauffer Greg Walcavich Andrew Walczak

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By Position

By Height 7’0” 6’7” 6’6” 6’5”

6’4” 6’2” 6’1” 5’9”

Stefan Mueller Vlad Kovalevsky Justin Moore Andrew Walczak Steve Cress Anthony Lytle Cory Somerville Byron Knight Al Muteba Chris Bess Danny Walsh Chris Klimchock Bobby Stauffer

Center Foward

Guard

Stefan Mueller Chris Bess (also guard) Steve Cress Vlad Kovalevsky Anthony Lytle Justin Moore Cory Somerville Andrew Walczak Chris Klimchock Byron Knight Al Muteba Bobby Stauffer Danny Walsh


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General Information Location ...................................................................................... Edinboro, PA Founded .................................................................................................... 1857 Enrollment .............................................................................................. 8,287 Nickname .................................................................................. Fighting Scots Colors .......................................................................................... Red & White Arena ................................................................ McComb Fieldhouse (3,500) Affiliation ............................................................................................ NCAA II Conference..........................................................Pennsylvania State Athletic President .................................................................. Dr. Jeremy D. Brown Jr. Athletics Director .......................................................... Bruce Baumgartner Athletic Dept. Phone .............................................................. (814) 732­1822 Head Coach .................................................... Greg Walcavich (Rutgers ‘73) Record at Edinboro ........................................................ 375­187, 20 years Career Record.................................................................. 529­260, 27 years Office Phone ............................................................................ (814) 732­1857 Assistant Coaches .................................. Patrick Cleary (Edinboro ‘99) and Terry Thompson (Clarion ‘65) Director of Sports Information ................................................ Bob Shreve Office Phone ........................................................................ (814) 732­1834 Home Phone ........................................................................ (814) 833­3379 Fax ........................................................................................ (814) 732­2596 E­Mail .................................................................... rshreve@edinboro.edu SID Mailing Address .............................................. 108 McComb Fieldhouse 455 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444 Internet Address .............................................. www.gofightingscots.com 2008­09 Record ........................................................................................ 18­10 PSAC West Record/Finish .................................................................. 8­6/4th Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................................................................. 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost ..............................................................................2/3

Credits The 2009­10 Edinboro University Men’s Basketball Media Guide was written and designed by the EUP Sports Information Department, Bob Shreve, Director. Photography by Mike Gallagher, Bob Wheeler, Bruce Bennett, and Dave Miller.

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} Coaching Staff

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4­5 Greg Walcavich ... the Path to 500 Wins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6­7 Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

} Team Information & Player Profiles

Roster/Roster Breakdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside Front Cover Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2009­10 Preview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2­3 Chris Bess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Vlad Kovalevsky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Justin Moore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Andrew Walczak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Stefan Mueller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Bobby Stauffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Danny Walsh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Steve Cress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Cory Somerville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Byron Knight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Al Muteba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Chris Klimchock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Anthony Lytle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 2009­10 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Back Cover

} Season Review

2008­09 in Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 2008­09 Results & Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 The PSAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 PSAC Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24­25 2008­09 Box Scores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26­31 Senior Bios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

} History

Year­By­Year Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 All­Time Coaches Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Individual & Team Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Edinboro in the NCAA Division II Playoffs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Career Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36­37 Season Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38­39 1,000­Point Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40­41 Yearly Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42­43 All­Time Scores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44­48 All­Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 The Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 All­Time vs. Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Fighting Scots Playing Professionally . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52

} Edinboro University

Edinboro University Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IBC President Dr. Jeremy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .IBC

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2009-10 Season Preview New-Look Fighting Scots Feature Experience in Frontcourt made the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in the last five years. Edinboro University men’s basketball coach “Somebody’s going to have to score,” Greg Walcavich speaks, you should listen. So admitted Walcavich. “It’s an unknown to me when the long­time mentor notes that “I think where and how we’re going to score. In the last we have a group that really looks like teams few years we’ve had people back who have we’ve had in the past,” you pay attention. scored. We don’t have that this year.” “In terms of size and athletic ability I don’t Edinboro’s leading returning scorer is think we’ll be much different than we’ve been,” Justin Moore, who averaged 8.9 ppg. The 6’6” Walcavich continued. “Just different faces and senior made great strides a year ago after sitting different names.” out the previous two seasons, and he displayed But to the average fan, it’s hard not to look an improved offensive game as the year went at the 2009­10 roster and feel that this group of on, but his forte is rebounding and defense. Fighting Scots isn’t a bit different than recent While questions abound about who will be teams. The roster features more size, with nine the big point producer for the Fighting Scots, players 6’5” or taller. By all appearances, it is a Walcavich likes what he sees in this year’s frontcourt­dominated team, which isn’t all that squad. In particular, by all accounts it is a much much of a surprise since last year’s top three deeper team – if healthy. “I think we have a scorers, all departed, played in the backcourt. number of people that scoring could come What does concern Walcavich is replacing from,” commented Walcavich. “Clearly six those three scorers. Joe Jones, Gil Cummings through ten will be better than we’ve been the and Larry Bryant accounted for over 45 points last few years. We just don’t know who they’ll per game. The trio played a major role in be. As a group we have more options. Will we Edinboro finishing with an 18­10 record and qual­ have a good one – time will tell. ifying for the PSAC Playoffs for the ninth “I think we have the physical attributes straight year. In fact, if not for a late season that you need to be in the top half of the slide which saw Edinboro lose five of its last six league,” Walcavich stressed. “We have an games, the Fighting Scots would likely have eager group. They seem anxious to move for­ ward. I really don’t have a feel for who the best ones will be.” Walcavich actually isn’t as concerned about the need for a top scorer as he is about how quickly he can mold a team together that features four new players on the roster, along with Danny Walsh and Cory Somerville, who didn’t play last year. “My biggest concern is how quickly we can get everybody playing together and how quickly we can identify as coaches our great­ est strengths and weaknesses,” stated Walcavich. It may actually take some time to assess the entire team, as several players missed a large part of preseason conditioning drills with injuries. The frontcourt was particularly hit hard, with senior Vlad Kovalevsky, sopho­ more Steve Cress and freshman Anthony Lytle all battling injuries that could stretch into the season. If Walcavich doesn’t have a concern about the schedule, he should. The addition of Gannon and Mercyhurst left the PSAC West stacked, and California(Pa.) and Indiana(Pa.), outstanding programs earlier in the decade, had some down moments in recent years but now appear back to their dominating ways. Throw in the job former Edinboro assistant coach Kevin Reynolds did at Slippery Rock in his first season, and the battle for the four playoff berths in the division is brutal. “Our schedule will be very demanding,” Senior forward Justin Moore is the leading returning scorer and rebounder at 8.9 ppg. admitted Walcavich. “The Western Division is always good. Some of the teams that hadn’t and 7.0 rpg.

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been good for awhile got very good, like Slippery Rock. They we’re finishing sixth or sev­ enth, now they’re second. That really strength­ ens the league. Then you take a team that was­ n’t even in the league (Gannon) and they fin­ ished first. That’s daunting. The West will be very strong.” Walcavich also noted that the PSAC didn’t do the Fighting Scots any favors with the crossover schedule, beginning with Eastern Division champion Kutztown. Edinboro also faces East Stroudsburg and Mansfield, a pair of Eastern Division playoff teams. Of course, he has no one to blame but him­ self for an independent schedule that is show­ cased by a meeting with Alderson­Broaddus at McComb Fieldhouse. A year ago Edinboro suf­ fered an 85­83 loss to an A&B team that fin­ ished with a 27­6 record and gave Gannon a run on the regional semifinals. “Alderson­Broaddus has averaged over 25 wins a year over the last eight years,” stressed Walcavich. “Charleston is always good, and West Virginia Wesleyan feels they have their best team in years.” Edinboro rounded out its 2009­10 schedule with an appearance in the Gary Miller Classic, hosted by Gannon. They’ll open against Northern Kentucky, one of the top teams in the Great Lakes Region year in and year out. A year ago the Norse were 24­7. “The whole schedule will be very taxing, very demanding,” Walcavich concluded. “I don’t see any nights we won’t have to play our best.” It all gets underway on Saturday, November 21 when Edinboro hosts West Virginia Wesleyan. Here’s a look at the 2009­10 Fighting Scots:

Guards A year ago the strength of the Edinboro team was a backcourt that featured Joe Jones, Gil Cummings and, for most of the year, Larry Bryant. Kyree Brown gave the Fighting Scots another senior at guard. Jones was a do­every­ thing player who averaged 21.4 ppg. and was a first team All­PSAC West selection. Cummings added 15.6 ppg., while Bryant came in at 8.1 ppg. The trio also combined for 130 of Edinboro’s 173 three­pointers. Bobby Stauffer and Chris Bess are really the only returning guards from last year’s squad, with Bess more of a swingman who also plays up front. Stauffer is a 5’9” junior who joined the starting lineup at point guard late in the year when Bryant went out due to illness and never gave up the starting job. He started the final five games, and on the season averaged 3.3 ppg. with 47 assists and just 19 turnovers. His true value lies in his defense and ballhandling abilities. “Bobby has made considerable and consis­

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2009-10 Season Preview tent progress,” related Walcavich. “He’s better than he’s ever been. He has a chance to have a good year.” Bess came to Edinboro as a football player in 2006, but he has worked extremely hard and will not be mistaken for a gridiron performer any longer. The 6’2”, 225 lb. senior emerged as a consistent scoring threat a year ago, averaging 7.7 ppg. and making 13 of 25 three­pointers. Bess started nine games, but proved a big boost off the bench. “Chris had a very good year. We need him to use that as a start,” stressed Walcavich. “He has gotten better every year and his role has expanded every year. We’re hopeful that will continue.” If Danny Walsh can remain healthy he could prove a major boost in the backcourt. The 6’1” junior sat out part of the 2007­08 season and the entire 2008­09 campaign with a back injury. He played in just nine games in 2007­08 before going down, just as he was making a run at some major playing time. “Danny will play,” Walcavich commented. “As long as he can stay healthy he will be a big boost for us. He can play either guard spot. The last time he played was in late December 2007. He was playing very well. We’re glad he’s healthy.” Freshman Chris Klimchock will vie with Stauffer for the starting job at point guard. Klimchock is a diminutive 5’9”, and his boyish looks make him appear more like a high school freshman than a college freshman. But there is no question about his ability. He led Greensburg Salem (Pa.) High School to the PIAA Class AAA State Championship game, and along the play­ off trail he hit a pair of game­winning shots in the final moments. Klimchock was a second team Class AAA All­State selection who aver­ aged 17.7 ppg. and handed out 194 assists. He concluded his career with 1,455 points. “I think Chris will play well,” Walcavich point­ ed out. “He’s going to be a very good player for us. We hope it is sooner rather than later.” Newcomers Byron Knight and Al Muteba add size and athleticism on the wing. Both are 6’4” juniors. Knight is the older brother of Devon Knight, who enjoyed an outstanding career for the Fighting Scots. It is fair to say that Byron has a lot of rust on his game after last playing competitively in high school at Penn Hills (Pa.) in 2003. He was a third team All­State choice after averaging 18.5 ppg. and 6.1 rpg. He was originally ticketed to play at Robert Morris, but never did. “Byron will be someone who will have every opportunity to be a good player,” Walcavich stated. “He has good size and good ballhandling skills. He was a tremendous player in high school. It’s been a little while since he played competitively.” Muteba played at Lake Region State Junior College as a freshman and Kirkwood Community College as a sophomore. He helped Kirkwood finish with a 26­6 record, averaging

7.6 ppg. and 4.5 rpg. A native of Toronto, Ontario, he was an All­Toronto choice as a high school senior. “Al has good basketball skills and I think he is going to help us,” assessed Walcavich.

Forwards If several frontcourt performers can get healthy, the unit has a chance to be as deep as it has been in years. It starts with the senior tandem of Justin Moore and Vlad Kovalevsky. Moore re­ joined the Fighting Scots a year ago after sitting out the previous two years. It took the big 6’6”, 260 lb. forward some time to get in shape, but he was playing at a high level late in the year. He averaged 8.9 ppg. and a team­leading 7.0 rpg. while shooting 51.0 percent from the floor. As for the frontcourt, Walcavich noted, “We have a group of people who need to step up. Justin has had the most success. I feel good about where he is. He’s way, way ahead of where he was a year ago at this time. He fin­ ished strong last year.” Kovalevsky is Edinboro’s most experienced player up front, with 87 games under his belt. Unfortunately, when the 6’7”, 240 lb. senior will play in number 88 is anybody’s guess. He has been battling an injury since last winter which has limited his effectiveness. He spent the fall rehabbing and his availability for early­season drills is in question. “We would like for him to be healthy by Christmas,” admitted Walcavich. “If he can play at the level he played before Christmas last year, he’ll be one of the best players on our team. If he can’t I don’t know what will happen. I don’t have a timetable.” A year ago Kovalevsky averaged 7.6 ppg. and 6.3 rpg. and shot 54.3 percent from the floor. He also blocked a team­high 33 shots. Walcavich is excited about finally having Cory Somerville available. The 6’5” sophomore transferred from Slippery Rock a year ago, but SRU athletic officials would not release Somerville and he was forced to sit out the season. In 2007­ 08 as a true freshman he averaged 7.5 ppg. and 5.0 rpg. while starting 17 games at The Rock. “With sitting out the year Cory has begun to physically mature, and he increased his skill level,” Walcavich pointed out. “He’s become a better basketball player. He utilized that year to his advantage. He’s a better athlete than a year ago. I felt like he was good a year ago. I think he will have three terrific years here.” In addition to Bess, who will swing between guard and forward, three other returnees seek playing time. Andrew Walczak walked on a year ago, and the 6’6” senior has a chance to see more meaningful playing time this year after appearing in just eight games and scoring 11 points. “Andy has made enormous strides,” stressed Walcavich. “He doesn’t look like the same human being. We have high hopes for him. He’s to the point where we can use him.”

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Steve Cress was a highly­regarded recruit a year ago who struggled at times with injuries, and missed much of the preseason drills, as well. He is a 6’5” sophomore who will see time on the wing after playing in 20 games and aver­ aging 3.2 ppg. a year ago. “Steve has been hurt,” frowned Walcavich. “He’s done little but lift in the preseason.” Stefan Mueller, the tallest Fighting Scot ever at 7’0”, played in just two games with four points after transferring from West Virginia Tech a year ago. “Stefan has worked harder this fall,” Walcavich commented. “He’s making progress. He has a long ways to go, but he’s closer to it. He has to continue to work at it.” Muscular Anthony Lytle figures to make an immediate impact. The freshman is a former standout at Altoona(Pa.) High School, where he played for Larry Betar, a Fighting Scot in the ‘70’s. Lytle is 6’5” and 225 lbs. and is an explo­ sive player. He averaged 16.3 ppg. and 11.3 rpg. as a senior for the Lions. Unfortunately, Lytle is another player who missed a great deal of pre­ season workouts due to injury. “We’re hopeful Anthony will get better,” Walcavich stressed. “We need for him to be able to play. He’s a very good basketball player who has excellent strength and athletic ability. He plays hard. He’s someone who can add a lot. We think he’ll be a very good player for us. Like Chris Klimchock, we hope it’s sooner rather than later.”

Bobby Stauffer made great strides as a sophomore, starting the final five games at point guard.

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Head Coach

Greg Walcavich 21st Year Rutgers ‘73

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n 20 seasons as the head coach at Edinboro University, Greg Walcavich has put up some impressive numbers that place him among the elite of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference coaches. Add in seven more years as a head coach at Birmingham Southern and West Virginia Wesleyan, and Walcavich ranks as one of the top active coaches in Division II. Walcavich topped a mile­ stone two years ago when he became the ninth active coach to reach 500 wins. He accom­ plished that fete on February 9, 2008 with a 70­62 win over Shippensburg. He leads all active PSAC coaches with 529 career victories, ranking him seventh among all active Division II coaches. He also ranks 30th in career winning percentage (.670) among all active coaches, a figure that is again tops in the PSAC. Entering his 21st season at Year School Edinboro and his 28th overall, 1978­79 Birmingham Southern only Clarion’s Ron Righter out­ 1979­80 Birmingham Southern ranks him in terms of longevity 1980­81 Birmingham Southern 1981­82 Birmingham Southern in the conference. 1982­83 Birmingham Southern Walcavich's tenure at 1987­88 West Virginia Wesleyan Edinboro has been earmarked 1988­89 West Virginia Wesleyan by winning basketball teams. 1989­90 Edinboro He surpassed Jim McDonald to 1990­91 Edinboro set the school record for 1991­92 Edinboro career wins during the 1998­99 1992­93 Edinboro campaign, and he recorded his 1993­94 Edinboro 250th win at Edinboro during 1994­95 Edinboro the 2002­03 season. 1995­96 Edinboro He enters his 21st season 1996­97 Edinboro as the Fighting Scot head 1997­98 Edinboro coach with a 375­197 record, 1998­99 Edinboro including three PSAC champi­ 1999­00 Edinboro onships. Add in his years at 2000­01 Edinboro 2001­02 Edinboro Birmingham Southern and 2002­03 Edinboro West Virginia Wesleyan, and he 2003­04 Edinboro owns a career mark of 529­ 2004­05 Edinboro 260. 2005­06 Edinboro The veteran mentor has 2006­07 Edinboro enjoyed an unprecedented run 2007­08 Edinboro of late. In fact, he led the 2008­09 Edinboro Fighting Scots to either a first 27 Seasons or second place finish in the PSAC West for eight straight Birmingham Southern 114­44 years before last year’s team West Virginia Wesleyan 40­19 finished fourth. During the Edinboro 375­197 last nine years, Edinboro owns CAREER 529­260 a 79­31 record in PSAC West

action, the best figure in the league. Edinboro finished with an 18­10 record a year ago, marking the 12th straight year with a non­losing record, and the ninth straight year Walcavich guided the Fighting Scots to the PSAC Playoffs. In 2007­08 the Fighting Scots concluded the year with a 24­7 record, tied for the second­highest win total in school history. Edinboro was a per­ fect 14­0 at McComb Fieldhouse and finished tied for first in the PSAC West. The Scots reached the PSAC championship game for the third time in four years, suffering a tight loss to California(Pa.). Edinboro was select­ ed for the NCAA Division II East Regional for the third time in four years. Walcavich molded a 2006­07 team which featured three new starters into a team which finished 19­10 and placed second in the Western Division. The Fighting Scots ultimately lost in the PSAC semifinals to Millersville, con­ cluding Edinboro’s attempt to win back­to­back­to­back PSAC Championships for the first time since Cheyney accomplished the fete in 1978­80. As it was, the back­to­back league titles left Walcavich mentioned in the same breath with legendary Cheyney and Temple coach John Chaney. After leading Edinboro to its second straight PSAC championship in 2005­ 06, Walcavich became the first coach to lead his team to back­to­back PSAC crowns since Chaney did it from 1976­80 while coaching at Cheyney. Edinboro finished second in the PSAC West in 2005­06, but defeated West Chester, the Eastern Division champion, on the Golden Rams’ home court in the semifinals, 62­59. In the championship game the Fighting Scots upset 19th­ranked Shippensburg, 52­51, for their second straight title. The Scots ended with a 21­10 ledger. In 2004­05, the Fighting Scots won the PSAC Championship with an 85­76 win over Millersville and advanced to the NCAA Division II East Regional. At one point in the season Edinboro climbed to 10th in the

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Record 29­4 23­9 22­8 18­15 22­8 18­10 22­9 22­5 18­10 20­9 12­17 20­8 15­11 21­8 13­14 26­8 16­12 13­13 21­7 18­9 18­10 15­13 24­7 21­10 20­9 24­7 18­10 529­260 5 years 2 years 20 years 27 years

Pct. .879 .719 .733 .545 .733 .643 .710 .815 .643 .690 .414 .714 .577 .724 .481 .765 .571 .500 .750 .667 .643 .536 .774 .677 .690 .774 .643 .670

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Head Coach NABC Division II rankings, the highest in school history, while finishing with a 24­7 record. The 24 wins are tied for the second­high­ est win total in school history. The 1997­98 team set the record for victories with a 26­8 record. The ’97­98 team went on to capture the PSAC Championship for the first time in thirty years, advancing to the NCAA East Regional. The Scots handed California(Pa.) a narrow 79­78 defeat before suffering a 91­83 setback to Salem­Teikyo in the semifinals. Walcavich was recognized as the PSAC West Coach of the Year. During his twenty seasons at Edinboro, the Fighting Scots have won 20­or­more games ten times, with last year’s 18 wins breaking a strong of four straight 20­win campaigns. Walcavich picked up his second PSAC West Coach of the Year plaque in 2000­01, guiding the Fighting Scots to a 21­7 finish. Edinboro captured its first PSAC West crown since 1985­86 thanks to a 9­3 finish in league play, earning the right to host the PSAC Tournament. Unfortunately, a possible NCAA Tournament berth was denied the Scots when West Chester posted an 82­72 upset in the PSAC semifinals. After two straight years in first place in the PSAC West, the Scots dropped to second in 2002­03, but still finished 17­11 after being picked to finish fifth in the preseason. A similar sce­ nario occurred in 2001­02, with the Scots going 18­9. The coaches' preseason poll had picked Edinboro fourth. Unfortunately, the three­way tie for first with Indiana(Pa.) and California(Pa.) saw the Fighting Scots have to go to California for the first round of the PSAC Playoffs, where the Scots lost, 82­70. In all, Edinboro has made the NCAA Division II Playoffs six times under Walcavich, while qualify­ ing for the PSAC Tournament sixteen times. His 1993­94 squad finished with a 20­8 ledger, defeat­ ing West Chester in a NCAA play­in game before losing to Indiana(Pa.) in the regional semifinals. Edinboro made it back to the tournament in '95­ 96, defeating Bloomsburg, 90­82, in the first round. The Scots squandered an 11­point lead to California(Pa.) in the semifinals, losing 84­76. That concluded the season with a 21­8 mark, with Walcavich capturing PSAC West Coach of the Year accolades for the second time. Walcavich took over the Fighting Scot pro­ gram in 1989­90, guiding the Scots to one of their best seasons ever. Edinboro won its first twelve games, the best start in nearly fifteen years, and was ranked in the Division II top twenty. The Scots eventually finished 22­5, the most wins since 1981­ 82. On three occasions the Fighting Scots were ranked in the nation's top twenty. The following season the Scots made their second straight appearance in the PSAC Playoffs under Walcavich, finishing with a 18­10 ledger. The Scots made it three straight seasons in PSAC postseason action the next year, and the second twenty­win season in three years, with a 20­9 finish. Walcavich picked up his first PSAC tournament win, an 81­78 triumph over East Stroudsburg, before falling to

finishing at 18­10. His second season concluded California(Pa.) in the finals. with a 22­9 ledger, including a pair of wins over The 1992­93 campaign brought a very Edinboro, while playing all underclassmen. unfamiliar result for Walcavich ­ a losing season. Walcavich began his coaching career at The Scots finished at 12­17, losing eight games by five points or less. The Boro more than made up Birmingham Southern College in 1973, staying for four seasons before obtaining his first head for it the next year with the trip to the NCAA coaching job at Alexander City (AL) Junior Playoffs. The '93­94 season also saw the Scots College in 1977. finish 14th in the Division II final rankings, their After one year, Walcavich returned to top finish ever. The 1994­95 edition added Birmingham Southern as the school's head coach. another milestone to Walcavich's resume, as the During his five seasons as the head coach, the Scots handed number one ranked Indiana(Pa.) a NAIA affiliate posted an impressive 114­44 record, 94­77 loss. The season ended at 15­11. with Walcavich named the Coach of the Year three Walcavich's fourth 20­win campaign at times. His teams were ranked in the NAIA Top 20 Edinboro in '95­96 was followed by his second four of the five seasons, as high as number two in losing season, a 13­14 finish. Despite the losing 1979, and twice appeared in the NAIA National record, the Scots made it to the PSAC Playoffs Tournament in Kansas City, Missouri. for the fifth time in his first eight years. That While at Birmingham Southern, Walcavich mark improved to seven out of ten the next two was recognized nationally in 1981, being selected seasons, thanks to the 26­8 finish in '97­98 and to serve as an assistant coach for the United the 16­12 ledger in '98­99. After replacing four States Olympic Festival in Syracuse, New York. starters from the '97­98 squad, Walcavich direct­ He coached future NBA stars, including Michael ed the Scots to three wins over nationally­ Jordan. ranked opponents. The Boro upended IUP In 1983, Walcavich moved on to the Division I twice, including a 63­61 win in Indiana in the first round of the PSAC Tournament, and St. Rose, an ranks as an assistant coach at Rice University. He Elite Eight team for the second straight season, a was involved in some of the biggest wins in the Owls' basketball history at Rice, including triumphs 50­48 setback. over Arkansas, Houston and Notre Dame. After The Scots appeared well on their way to a four years as a member of the Rice staff, third straight PSAC postseason appearance in Walcavich left for the head coaching job at West 1999­2000 when starting center Jason Roseto, Virginia Wesleyan. the leading shot blocker in Division II, went Walcavich and his wife, Dr. Maureen down with a broken hand. Prior to injuring the Walcavich, a professor in the Education hand, Edinboro was 10­6. The Scots would lose Department at Edinboro, have been married for 34 six of their final nine contests without Roseto to years. They have two daughters, Sarah (29), a finish at 13­13. But Walcavich isn't just about winning. He graduate of Penn State and the Georgetown Law School, who is now practicing law in New York places a sincere emphasis on success off the City, and Jennifer (26), who graduated from Penn court ­ in the classroom and the community. He expects his student­athletes to perform with the State and is a teacher in LaPlata, MD. same winning attitude in the classroom as they do on the basketball court. In fact, his office is not adorned with pictures of past greats. It does, howev­ er, feature a photograph of every student­athlete to graduate from Edinboro. Walcavich received his bachelor's degree in Communications from Rutgers University in 1973, then completed work on his master's degree in Physical Education from the University of Alabama­ Birmingham two years later. Walcavich took over as head coach at Edinboro after a successful two­year stint at West Virginia Wesleyan, where he posted a 40­19 mark. In his first season, he inherited a team which returned just four players, but quickly turned Greg Walcavich is honored by Edinboro University President the Bobcats into a winner, Dr. Jeremy Brown after winning his 500th game.

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Greg Walcavich ... the Path to 500 Wins } MILESTONE WINS

Greg Walcavich at Birmingham Southern

1. 50. 100. 200. 250. 300. 400. 500.

Central Wesleyan William Carey Stillman West Va. Wesleyan Mercyhurst Hilbert Lock Haven Shippensburg

} BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN (1978-83) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57.

Cent. Wesleyan North Georgia Talladega Spring Hill Montevallo Huntingdon Athens State Ala.­Huntsville Otterbein Columbus Montevallo Belhaven(Miss.) William Carey Spring Hill So. Benedictine Belhaven(Miss.) William Carey Huntingdon Auburn­Mont. Athens State Ala.­Huntsville So. Benedictine Huntingdon Montevallo Ala.­Huntsville Alabama State Daniel Payne Auburn­Mont. Talladega Bristol Hanover Wisc.­River Falls Steed Auburn­Mont. Montevallo Troy State North Georgia Jacksonville St. Spring Hill Athens Auburn­Mont Montevallo William Carey Belhaven(Miss.) Talladega Ala.­Huntsville Athens Troy State Talladega William Carey Belhaven(Miss.) William Carey Milton Miles Alabama State Montevallo Covenant(Ga.)

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11/17/78 11/18/78 11/21/78 11/25/78 11/29/78 12/2/78 12/9/78 12/13/78 12/20/78 1/2/79 1/3/79 1/6/79 1/8/79 1/13/79 1/20/79 1/27/79 1/29/79 2/3/79 2/7/79 2/10/79 2/12/79 2/18/79 1978­79 1978­79 1978­79 1978­79 1978­79 1978­79 1979­80 11/13/79 11/17/79 11/24/79 11/26/79 11/28/79 12/1/79 12/5/79 12/7/79 12/8/79 12/12/79 1/5/80 1/9/80 1/12/80 1/17/80 1/19/80 1/21/80 1/30/80 2/2/80 2/6/80 2/9/80 2/13/80 2/16/80 2/21/80 11/21/80 12/3/80 12/10/80 12/13/80 12/20/80

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Alabama State 66­60 Belhaven(Miss.) 54­53 William Carey 48­44 Talladega 54­52 Spring Hill 93­77 Auburn­Mont. 76­70 Athens State 68­62 Auburn­Mont. 82­75 Spring Hill 75­60 William Carey 69­52 Belhaven(Miss.) 43­37 Athens State 70­66 Talladega 82­67 Montevallo 69­66 William Carey 62­52 Belhaven 54­49 Ala.­Huntsville 81­79 Spring Hill 88­70 Milton 66­52 Oglethorpe 73­44 North Georgia 74­65 Troy State 76­74 Stillman 116­76 Friendship 2­0 Montevallo 59­58 Western Georgia 76­75 Stillman 79­76 Auburn­Mont. 60­55 Ala.­Huntsville 79­71 Talladega 90­74 Spring Hill 90­57 Talladega 110­76 Montevallo 69­65 Alabama State 82­77 Athens State 64­60 Berry (Ga.) 65­45 Trevecca 74­73 Kentucky State 74­67 Talladega(Ala.) 92­70 Belhaven(Miss.) 67­50 Wisc.­Eau Claire 84­75 Berry(Ga.) 94­61 Stillman 96­83 Trevecca 88­71 North Dakota 65­56 Wisc.­Eau Claire 54­53 Talladega(Ala.) 104­65 Stillman 89­71 Alabama Christian 95­68 Auburn­Mont. 69­68 Alabama Christian 114­93 Livingston 82­68 Montevallo 72­64 Athens State 70­64 Ala.­Huntsville 79­70 Ala. Christian 123­83 Athens State 78­58

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} WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN (1987-89) 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131 . 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154.

Bethel(Ind.) 91­74 11/14/87 Ohio U.­Eastern 104­57 11/18/87 Walsh 88­78 11/20/87 Edinboro 103­90 11/21/87 Liberty 90­79 11/27/87 Ind.­Southeast 97­96 2ot 12/5/87 Dowling 77­74 1/2/88 Lock Haven 108­106 2ot 1/3/88 Point Park 102­71 1/6/88 Edinboro 90­84 1/8/88 Bluffton 113­83 1/23/88 Georgetown(Ky.) 75­74 2/5/88 Davis & Elkins 92­76 2/9/88 Dyke 111­93 2/13/88 Ohio U.­Eastern 119­75 2/15/88 Randolph­Macon 78­66 2/20/88 Westminster 75­61 2/27/88 WV State 91­75 3/1/88 Georgetown 99­96 11/15/88 York(Ont.) 85­64 11/18/88 Kennesaw State 111­82 11/19/88 Mercyhurst 87­64 11/26/88 Waynesburg 88­80 12/17/88 Ohio Dominican 85­72 12/29/88 Ohio Wesleyan 88­77 12/30/88 LaGrange(Ga.) 96­65 1/3/89 Bowie State 73­70 1/6/89 Columbia Union 80­74 1/7/89 Ohio U.­Eastern 132­80 1/11/89 Waynesburg 95­91 1/16/89 Point Park 107­74 1/19/89 West Va. State 88­86 1/21/89 Pitt Johnstown 97­74 1/23/89 Kutztown 104­77 1/30/89 Pitt Johnstown 80­68 2/4/89 Misericordia 100­93 2/6/89 Misericordia 115­70 2/11/89 Davis & Elkins 110­75 2/15/89 Daemen 124­92 2/24/89 Christendom(Va.) 82­69 2/25/89

} EDINBORO (1989-pres.) 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182.

Lincoln (PA) 87­67 11/13/89 East Stroudsburg 95­77 11/17/89 Columbia Union 95­77 11/21/89 Fairmont State 91­79 11/27/89 Kutztown 75­57 11/30/89 Dowling 85­67 12/2/89 Pitt­Johnstown 87­71 12/6/89 Gannon 76­69 12/9/89 Penn St. Behrend 82­59 1/3/90 Alleghney 100­99 ot 1/3/90 Daemon 100­85 1/10/90 Pitt­Johnstown 96­80 1/15/90 Indiana (PA) 69­60 1/24/90 Shippensburg 75­60 2/3/90 Clarion 78­61 2/7/90 Lock Haven 87­82 2/10/90 Gannon 93­86 2/12/90 Indiana (PA) 83­74 ot 2/14/90 California (PA) 82­76 2/17/90 Shippensburg 97­84 2/24/90 Mercyhurst 79­47 2/26/90 Clarion 82­72 2/28/90 Kutztown 106­90 11/16/90 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 101­90 11/17/90 Point Park 110­94 11/20/90 Pitt­Johnstown 83­80 12/1/90 Mercyhurst 83­80 12/3/90 Daemen 108­93 1/8/91

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Millersville 112­96 Mercyhurst 70­53 California(Pa.) 74­73 Indiana(Pa.) 86­83 Clarion 105­95 Lock Haven 82­81 Gannon 70­61 California(Pa.) 80­77 Indiana(Pa.) 95­84 Slippery Rock 93­73 Lock Haven 83­82 Pitt­Johnstown 98­80 West Virginia Tech 87­80 Bloomsburg 91­82 Fairmont State 85­82 Stonehill 92­81 Mercyhurst 84­75 W. Va. Wesleyan 101­77 Cheyney 81­74 Gannon 71­70 Shippensburg 87­63 Slippery Rock 82­66 Clarion 103­93 Lock Haven 92­65 Point Park 108­73 Shippensburg 97­83 Clarion 98­84 Lock Haven 82­79 ot Mercyhurst 91­87 Indiana(Pa.) 92­78 Slippery Rock 77­75 East Stroudsburg 81­78 Gannon 69­65 W. Va. Wesleyan 79­53 Cheyney 86­67 Fairmont State 91­74 Teikyo­Post 114­83 Columbia Union 122­69 Lock Haven 88­73 Pitt­Johnstown 110­74 Shippensburg 82­75 Clarion 100­93 Mercyhurst 84­75 Shippensburg 101­81 Davis & Elkins 105­52 Gannon 69­58 Fairmont State 77­56 Mercyhurst 91­64 LeMoyne 78­73 Point Park 98­71 Columbia Union 85­59 Lake Erie 98­57 Pitt­Johnstown 79­70 Clarion 88­70 California(Pa.) 74­68 Gannon 76­61 Shippensburg 78­68 Lock Haven 70­64 Clarion 98­82 Mercyhurst 79­66 Shippensburg 88­78 Slippery Rock 107­84 Lock Haven 105­72 West Chester 88­67 Columbia Union 102­77 Malone 82­58 Point Park 79­72 Mercyhurst 63­55 Bridgeport 95­76 Mansfield 86­55 Clarion 87­79 ot Mercyhurst 67­64 Shippensburg 96­73 Lock Haven 84­66

1/11/91 1/16/91 1/19/91 1/21/91 1/30/91 2/2/91 2/7/91 2/9/91 2/11/91 2/13/91 2/23/91 2/27/91 11/22/91 11/23/91 12/4/91 12/6/91 12/12/91 1/3/92 1/8/92 1/15/92 1/18/92 1/19/92 1/22/92 1/25/92 1/30/92 2/8/92 2/12/92 2/15/92 2/19/92 2/26/92 2/29/92 3/3/92 12/3/92 12/11/92 12/19/92 1/4/93 1/8/93 1/16/93 1/23/93 1/27/93 2/6/93 2/15/93 2/17/93 2/27/93 11/19/93 11/20/93 11/23/93 12/1/93 12/6/93 12/8/93 12/18/93 1/5/94 1/8/94 1/12/94 1/15/94 1/19/94 1/22/94 1/29/94 2/9/94 2/12/94 2/19/94 2/23/94 2/26/94 3/8/94 11/19/94 11/22/94 11/26/94 11/30/94 12/9/94 12/22/94 1/11/95 1/18/95 1/21/95 1/28/95

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Slippery Rock 91­69 Clarion 66­60 Indiana(Pa.) 94­77 Slippery Rock 108­81 Lock Haven 97­69 Columbia Union 92­76 Point Park 81­79 Mercyhurst 91­69 Gannon 78­51 Thiel 116­67 Lake Erie 106­64 Hillsdale 90­70 Daemen 103­54 Salem­Teikyo 75­67 Clarion 93­71 Mercyhurst 99­90 Ohio Valley 117­69 Shippensburg 94­83 Lock Haven 96­87 Pitt­Johnstown 89­84 Slippery Rock 91­40 Clarion 103­95 Shippensburg 96­69 Slippery Rock 89­82 Lock Haven 75­62 Bloomsburg 90­82 Point Park 90­81 Ashland 106­81 Lake Erie 91­57 Daemen 89­58 Slippery Rock 77­71 ot Lock Haven 82­70 Indiana (PA) 90­70 Shippensburg 75­63 Mercyhurst 76­73 ot Lock Haven 71­68 Slippery Rock 95­67 Pitt­Bradford 96­79 Clarion 87­81 Southern Connecticut 88­77 W. Va. Wesleyan 77­76 Lake Erie 90­69 Point Park 116­57 Hilbert 94­61 Pitt­Bradford 94­61 Mercyhurst 79­65 Wheeling Jesuit 95­94 Roberts Wesleyan 108­98 Slippery Rock 80­73 Lock Haven 72­50 Shippensburg 84­75 D’Youville 79­50 Central State 88­72 California(Pa.) 93­84 Clarion 85­77 Lock Haven 78­64 Gannon 91­79 Slippery Rock 75­64 Shippensburg 80­70 Indiana(Pa.) 95­90 Pitt­Johnstown 95­83 Clarion 77­67 Bloomsburg 72­67 West Chester 83­77 California(Pa.) 83­78 St. Rose 50­48 Wheeling Jesuit 92­63 Mercyhurst 82­56 Central State 68­54 Lake Erie 89­65 Assumption 94­84 Lake Superior St. 85­76 Shippensburg 75­62

1/28/95 2/8/95 2/15/95 2/22/95 2/25/95 11/20/95 11/22/95 11/29/95 12/4/95 12/6/95 12/18/95 12/29/95 1/3/96 1/6/96 1/10/96 1/16/96 1/18/96 1/20/96 1/27/96 1/29/96 1/31/96 2/7/96 2/17/96 2/21/96 2/24/96 3/7/96 11/21/96 12/3/96 12/14/96 1/6/97 1/8/97 1/11/97 1/15/97 1/18/97 1/22/97 2/1/97 2/5/97 2/17/97 2/19/97 11/14/97 11/22/97 11/29/97 12/1/97 12/4/97 12/4/97 12/17/97 12/30/97 1/3/98 1/7/98 1/10/98 1/17/98 1/19/98 1/21/98 1/24/98 1/28/98 1/31/98 2/3/98 2/4/98 2/7/98 2/11/98 2/15/98 2/18/98 2/27/98 2/28/98 3/5/98 11/21/98 11/24/98 11/28/98 12/2/98 12/5/98 12/29/98 1/11/99 1/16/99

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Indiana(Pa.) 71­69 1/20/99 Lock Haven 80­70 1/23/99 Clarion 63­57 2/3/99 Mansfield 71­59 2/6/99 Shippensburg 61­47 2/13/99 Slippery Rock 62­52 2/17/99 Lock Haven 73­67 2/20/99 Indiana (PA) 63­61 2/23/99 West Liberty 99­85 11/19/99 Wheeling Jesuit 77­57 11/20/99 Allegheney 87­74 12/1/99 Point Park 100­72 12/6/99 Mercyhurst 60­57 12/20/99 Columbia Union 104­80 1/3/00 Clarion 85­74 1/12/00 Ohio Valley 86­74 1/17/00 Mansfield 96­85 1/19/00 Shippensburg 65­62 1/22/00 Lock Haven 69­62 1/29/00 Shippensburg 84­61 2/19/00 Lock Haven 76­67 2/26/00 Lake Erie 80­54 11/18/00 Gannon 91­80 11/21/00 Mercyhurst 79­68 11/29/00 East Stroudsburg 69­55 12/2/00 Kutztown 78­55 12/3/00 Ohio Valley 70­59 12/9/00 Allegheny 86­58 12/28/00 Columbia Union 91­56 1/3/01 Millersville 78­60 1/6/01 California(Pa.) 88­78 1/10/01 Mansfield 90­82 1/13/01 Bloomsburg 84­81 1/14/01 Clarion 79­75 1/17/01 Lock Haven 84­78 1/27/01 California(Pa.) 89­79 2/3/01 Slippery Rock 62­54 2/5/01 Clarion 104­92 2/7/01 Indiana(Pa.) 70­65 2/14/01 Slippery Rock 96­59 2/21/01 Lock Haven 70­62 2/24/01 Shippensburg 99­81 2/27/01 East Stroudsburg 74­67 12/1/01 Kutztown 80­77 12/2/01 Columbia Union 76­68 12/4/01 Allegheny 83­78 1/2/02 Lake Erie 92­83 ot 1/3/02 Cheyney 66­63 1/5/02 California(Pa.) 88­73 1/9/02 Mansfield 77­72 1/12/02 Bloomsburg 84­69 1/13/02 Clarion 76­62 1/16/02 Shippensburg 74­66 1/19/02 Mercyhurst 83­70 1/22/02 Lock Haven 82­72 1/26/02 Slippery Rock 80­66 2/4/02 Indiana(Pa.) 77­75 2/13/02 Shippensburg 83­75 2/16/02 Slippery Rock 75­64 2/20/02 Lock Haven 81­70 2/23/02 W. Va. Wesleyan 65­55 11/23/02 Millersville 79­70 12/6/02 West Chester 60­58 12/7/02 Bloomsburg 70­69 12/21/02 East Stroudsburg 55­54 12/22/02 West Liberty St. 89­67 12/28/02 Mansfield 85­80 1/4/03 Lake Erie 74­67 1/6/03 Cheyney 60­57 1/12/03 Slippery Rock 90­67 1/15/03 Lock Haven 74­72 1/18/03 Indiana(Pa.) 73­71 1/22/03 Shippensburg 70­58 1/25/03 Lock Haven 69­66 2/8/03

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Slippery Rock 66­60 2/12/03 Shippensburg 71­60 2/15/03 Clarion 57­43 2/26/03 W. Va. Wesleyan 80­61 11/15/03 Mercyhurst 65­45 12/2/03 Lake Erie 88­69 12/7/03 Kutztown 77­55 12/17/03 Bloomsburg 74­69 1/10/04 East Stroudsburg 68­65 1/11/04 Slippery Rock 81­57 1/14/04 Lock Haven 75­58 1/17/04 Shippensburg 63­50 1/24/04 California(Pa.) 75­69 2/1/04 Clarion 64­60 2/4/04 Lock Haven 81­64 2/7/04 Slippery Rock 82­80 ot 2/11/04 Shippensburg 54­52 2/14/04 W. Va. Wesleyan 85­69 11/13/04 Ohio Valley 78­55 11/20/04 Gannon 69­60 11/23/04 PSU McKeesport 88­68 11/28/04 Mansfield 82­70 12/4/04 East Stroudsburg 58­55 12/5/04 Penn State New Kensington 94­55 12/11/04 Bloomsburg 92­87 12/20/04 Charleston(WV) 77­62 12/30/04 Mercyhurst 71­51 1/2/05 Cheyney 87­72 1/9/05 Kutztown 79­56 1/15/05 West Chester 62­58 1/16/05 Slippery Rock 83­60 1/19/05 California(Pa.) 71­68 1/22/05 Indiana(Pa.) 89­81 1/16/05 Lock Haven 69­54 1/29/05 Shippensburg 72­50 2/5/05 California(Pa.) 64­53 2/12/05 Indiana(Pa.) 80­69 2/16/05 Shippensburg 75­58 2/26/05 Indiana(Pa.) 80­63 3/1/05 Mansfield 101­94 3/4/05 Millersville 85­76 3/5/05 W. Va. Wesleyan 89­56 11/15/05 Gannon 78­69 11/22/05 PSU McKeesport 93­62 11/26/05 Mansfield 67­66 12/3/05 East Stroudsburg 77­69 12/4/05 Bloomsburg 81­73 12/20/05 Penn State New Kensington 97­43 1/11/06 Kutztown 83­80 1/14/06 West Chester 65­40 1/15/06 Slippery Rock 88­71 1/18/06 California(Pa.) 61­60 1/21/06 Indiana(Pa.) 69­62 1/25/06 Lock Haven 91­82 1/28/06 Clarion 87­72 2/1/06 Slippery Rock 82­71 2/8/06 Indiana(Pa.) 80­79 2/15/06 Lock Haven 81­71 ot 2/18/06 Clarion 69­66 2/22/06 California(Pa.) 97­78 2/28/06 West Chester 62­59 3/3/06 Shippensburg 52­51 3/4/06 PSU McKeesport 79­51 11/25/06 Gannon 67­60 11/27/06 Penn State New Kensington 70­26 11/29/06 West Chester 75­67 12/3/06 Mercyhurst 63­57 12/6/06 Charleston(WV) 77­75 12/9/06 Kutztown 75­62 12/20/06 Alderson­Broaddus 84­67 1/2/07 Shippensburg 76­51 1/10/07

475. 476. 477. 478. 479. 480. 481. 482. 483. 484. 485. 486. 487. 488. 489. 490. 491. 492. 493. 494. 495. 496. 497. 498. 499. 500.

Bloomsburg Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) Franciscan California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) Lock Haven Clarion Shippensburg Penn State New Kensington W. Va. Wesleyan Allegheny Mercyhurst Gannon Kutztown Seton Hill Cheyney Mansfield Bloomsburg Slippery Rock Shippensburg Indiana(Pa.) Clarion Lock Haven Shippensburg

73­63 87­59 63­51 85­53 49­48 76­64 76­46 92­73 81­58 67­60

1/14/07 1/17/07 1/20/07 1/24/07 1/31/07 2/7/07 2/10/07 2/17/07 2/21/07 2/27/07

86­56 94­75 61­55 69­59 64­60 87­84 98­71 65­63 91­67 82­69 83­68 71­64 80­60 94­68 78­65 70­62

11/17/07 11/20/07 11/28/07 12/5/07 12/8/07 12/19/07 12/30/07 1/5/08 1/12/08 1/13/08 1/16/08 1/19/08 1/26/08 1/30/08 2/2/08 2/9/08

* In the spring of 2008 Edinboro was awarded forfeit victories by the NCAA in these contests due to the use of inelgible players.

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Assistant Coaches

Patrick Cleary 10th Year Edinboro ‘99

I

t’s easy to give all the credit to the head coach when a team is winning. Edinboro University head coach Greg Walcavich would be the first to point out that over the last nine years praise must also be heaped upon assistant coach Patrick Cleary for the success enjoyed by the Fighting Scots. Cleary has become a tireless recruiter who has developed many contacts in his efforts to come up with the next great Fighting Scot. Cleary is renowned for his ability to find talent and his relentless approach to recruiting. He has had direct input in tracking down players such as Kenny Tate, Blake Johnson, Rob Sims and Rob Green, among oth­ ers. In addition to handling the day­to­day duties of recruiting and scout­ ing, he assists head coach Greg Walcavich with the running and promotion

Terry Thompson 4th Year Clarion ‘65

T

erry Thompson is in his fourth season as an assistant coach with the Edinboro University men’s basketball team, but is no stranger to Fighting Scot athletics. He previ­ ously served four seasons as a volunteer assis­ tant for the women’s basketball team, assist­ ing head coach Stan Swank from 2000­04. Before joining Greg Walcavich’s staff, Thompson spent the previous two years serv­ ing as the boys basketball coach at Girard High School. In his second season the YellowJackets were 19­8 and reached the District 10 Playoffs, and the year before that they were 14­12 and also in the District 10 Playoffs. Thompson’s experience and enthusiasm are all too familiar to area bas­ ketball fans. He began his coaching career in 1965 as the boys basketball coach at East Brady High School, where he also served as a teacher. He led the team to the PIAA state runnerup spot in 1968, before leaving East Brady after the 1969 season.

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of summer basketball camps. Ten years ago Cleary was hired as an interim assistant coach following the sudden death of assistant coach Bryant Houston. That designation changed in the spring of 2000, as Cleary was appointed a full­time member of the Edinboro University coaching staff. He served as a student assistant from 1997­99, helping the Fighting Scots reach the PSAC Playoffs both years, along with an NCAA Division II Playoff berth in 1997­98. Then came back­to­back PSAC championships and three trips to the NCAA Playoffs in four years. All told, Edinboro has won 20­or­more games five times in his nine seasons, and shows an overall record of 179­81. In addition, he has helped bring in four All­Americans and 11 All­PSAC per­ formers. Six players have moved on to play professionally. Cleary attended Sharon High School where he played basketball for the Tigers. He completed work on his Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1999. In addition to his basketball duties he is the co­director of the Athletic Department Study Program. He was presented the Outstanding Supervisor Award for Peer Tutoring by Edinboro University in 2005 and ‘06. Cleary is single and resides in Edinboro. An active member of the Sons of the American Legion, he currently serves as the chaplain for Post 162 in Sharpsville, PA.

After a one­year hiatus from coaching, in which Thompson completed work on his master’s degree in Education from Slippery Rock University, he served as the assistant boys varsity coach at Butler High School for two years. In 1971, Thompson took the head coaching position at Knoch High School, where he held a teaching and coaching position for nine years. Next came a two­year stint as the head coach at Butler. Thompson then found his way to the Erie County League, wher he guided the Fairview High School boys team for seven seasons. During the 1985­86 season, Thompson led the Tigers to the ECL and District 10 championships. Fairview had a 124­56 record during Thompson’s tenure. In 1990, Thompson made the jump to the collegiate ranks, working for three seasons as an assistant men’s basketball coach at Penn State Behrend. Thompson returned to the high school level in 1992, taking the assis­ tant girls coaching position at Girard High School. In nine seasons as an assis­ tant for coach Larry Seneta, Thompson helped lead Girard to a PIAA state championship, a PIAA state runner­up, five District 10 titles and three Erie County League titles. Thompson and his wife Donna have two daughters, T.L. and Courtney. After outstanding high school careers at Girard, both daughters played colle­ giately. T.L. played at Grove City College, and now serves as the basketball coach at Grove City High School. Courtney was a standout at Edinboro for four season, concluding her career in 2003­04. She earned an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, which she used to earn her master’s degree at Bowling Green State University. She now serves as a professor in the Math Department at Penn State Erie.

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2009-10 Fighting Scots

} Section Contents 2009-10 Roster ..............................................IFC Pronunciation Guide ....................................IFC Chris Bess..........................................................10 Vlad Kovalevsky..............................................11 Justin Moore ....................................................12 Andrew Walczak ............................................13 Stefan Mueller..................................................14 Bobby Stauffer ................................................15 Danny Walsh....................................................16 Steve Cress........................................................17 Cory Somerville................................................18 Byron Knight ..................................................19 Al Muteba ........................................................19 Chris Klimchock ..............................................20 Anthony Lytle..................................................20


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Chris Bess Guard/Forward 6’2” 225 lbs. Senior Cleveland, OH Shaker Heights HS } 2007-08

Versatile performer who is expected to play a } Career Highs Points: 17 vs. Gannon, 2/18/09; vs. Thiel, 11/22/08 Rebounds: 8 vs. Clarion, 2/28/09; vs. Thiel, 11/22/08 Field Goals Made: 6 vs. Clarion, 2/28/09 and 1/31/09 Field Goals Attempted: 10 vs. Gannon, 2/18/09 3­Pt. Field Goals Made: 3 vs. Gannon, 2/18/09 3­Pt. Field Goals Attempted: 4 vs. Gannon, 3/3/09 and 2/18/09 Free Throws Made: 10 vs. Thiel, 11/30/09 Free Throws Attempted: 10 vs. Thiel, 11/30/09 Assists: 4 vs. Charleston(WV), 12/17/08; vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 11/16/06 Steals: 4 vs. Alderson­Broaddus, 12/30/08 Blocked Shots: 2 vs. Penn State McKeesport, 11/25/06

Played in 24 games, averaging seven minutes per contest ... averaged 2.0 ppg. and 1.5 rpg... made 5 of 8 three­pointers ... scored season­high 6 points on three occasions, against Penn State New Kensington, Slippery Rock and Clarion ... matched career­high with 7 rebounds vs. Seton Hill.

key role either at guard or forward ... former football recruit who has worked his way into a prominent role with the basketball team ... coaching staff hopes that last year was just a start and that he will make similar strides this year ... role continues to expand as he improves ... has lost over 25 pounds since joining the bas­ ketball team ... originally joined the basketball team after redshirting as a freshman in football, where he was a defensive lineman ... gave up football early in the 2007 season to concentrate solely on basketball ... versatile player who is strong enough to play in the frontcourt but a good enough athlete to contribute in the back­ court ... continues to display an improving jumper.

} 2006-07

Saw action in 22 games after joining the Fighting Scots following the end of the football cam­ paign, where he was redshirted as a freshman defensive lineman ... averaged 1.8 ppg. and 1.2 rpg., and made 8 of 9 free throws ... had season­ highs of 10 points and 4 rebounds in win over Penn State New Kensington, making 4 of 8 field goals and 2 of 3 free throws ... also pulled down 4 rebounds against Indiana(Pa.).

} 2008-09

} High School

Finished as fifth­leading scorer at 7.7 ppg. while playing in all 28 games, with nine starts ... also ranked fifth on the team in rebounds (4.3 rpg.) ... led team in free throw percentage at 79.3 per­ cent, making 65 of 82 ... made good on 13 of 25 three­pointers (52.0 percent) and was a solid 45.4 percent from the floor (69 of 152) ... scored in double figures on nine occasions, and led team in scoring once ... that was a career­high 17 points at Gannon, as he made 5 of 10 field goals, including 3 of 4 three­pointers, and was a perfect 4­for­4 at the line ... also scored 17 points against Thiel earlier in the year, going 10­for­10 from the line and pulling down a career­high 8 rebounds ... scored 16 points in season­finale against Clarion while matching career­high 0f 8 rebounds.

Was a standout in football and basketball at Shaker Heights High School ... was a four­year letterwinner for the Red Raiders, averaging 10.2 ppg. and 6.1 rpg. as a senior ... earned All­Lake Erie honors twice in basketball and twice in foot­ ball ... also named honorable mention All­District and second team Greater Cleveland Basketball Coaches Association All­Star.

} Personal

Born December 15, 1987 … full name is Christopher Lynell Bess ... Financial Services major with a 3.07 GPA... son of Geraldine Bess and Willie Bess ... cousin Michael Barnes played basketball at Bowie State.

Chris Bess’ Career at Edinboro Year

G-GS

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

22­0 24­0 28­9

15­42 18­37 69­152

.357 .486 .454

1­4 5­8 13­25

.250 .625 .520

8­9 6­11 65­82

.889 .545 .793

27 35 119

1.2 1.5 4.3

9 9 24

11 17 38

4 0 3

4 6 22

20­0 23­0 51­2

39 47 216

1.8 2.0 7.7

Career

74-9

102-231

.442

19-37

.514

79-102

.775

181

2.4

42

66

7

32

94-2

302

4.1

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FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-3FGA

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Vlad Kovalevsky Forward 6’7” 240 lbs. Senior Richmond Hill, ONT Vaughan Secondary HS

If healthy will be a key contributor in the front­

court ... health is a big if after battling a knee injury during the second half of the season and undergoing knee surgery following the season ... head coach Greg Walcavich notes that if he can play the way he played in the first half of last sea­ son he will be one of the top players on the team ... has been unable to do much in preseason drills and he will likely get off to a slow start ... Canadian import who was a reserve his first two seasons before stepping into the starting lineup last year ... blue­collar player who is a hard work­ er on the boards ... has plenty of international experience and was rated as one of the top sen­ iors in Canada ... capable rebounder who has dis­ played a knack for getting offensive rebounds, and possesses a solid mid­range jumper.

} 2008-09

Played in 27 games, with 19 starts ... battled a knee injury the second half of the year which impacted his playing time ... averaged 7.6 ppg. and was team’s second­leading rebounder at 6.3 rpg... led team in field goal percentage at 54.3 percent (76 of 140) and was also team leader in blocked shots with 33 ... scored in double figures in nine games and had four double­doubles, but failed to score in double figures the last eight games ... also reached double figures in rebounds six times ... led team in rebounding in six games ... had season­high 14 points on two occasions, against Alderson­Broaddus and Lock Haven, adding 11 rebounds in the latter game ... had 13 points and 16 rebounds at East Stroudsburg ... matched career hoigh with 4 blocked shots against Mansfield.

} 2007-08

Came off the bench in all 31 games, averaging just over 16 minutes per game ... averaged 5.6 ppg. and 5.2 rpg., the latter figure third on the team ... shot 50.7 percent from the floor and blocked 32 shots, ranking second on the team and 11th in the PSAC ... led the Fighting Scots in scoring once and was the top rebounder on one occasion ... scored in double figures four times, with a career­high 17 points against Penn State

Greater Allegheny, making 7 of 11 shots, while pulling down a season­high 8 rebounds ... made 7 of 12 shots against Seton Hill to finish with 14 points, adding 7 boards ... had 13 points and 8 rebounds in regular season meeting with Millersville ... blocked career­high 4 shots in sea­ son opener against Penn State New Kensington.

} 2006-07

Played in all 29 games, including making a pair of starts ... averaged just under 15 minutes per game, scoring 3.0 ppg. and pulling down 4.1 rpg... shot 50.0 percent from the floor (37 of 74), but struggled at the free throw line, making 13 of 28 ... tied for third on the team in blocked shots with 13 ... led team in rebounding once, pulling down 20 boards, including 12 offensive, in win over Franciscan ... added season­high 13 points in the contest to post first career double­double ... was named the PSAC Rookie of the Week thanks to the outing ... also reached double fig­ ures in rebounds against Clarion, finishing with 10 ... had 8 points and 7 rebounds vs. Penn State New Kensington.

} Career Highs Points: 17 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 2/19/08 Rebounds: 20 vs. Franciscan, 1/24/07 Field Goals Made: 7 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 2/19/08; vs. Seton Hill, 12/30/07 Field Goals Attempted: 12 vs. Seton Hill, 12/30/07 Free Throws Made: 6 vs. Chestnut Hill, 11/15/08 Free Throws Attempted: 8 vs. Chestnut Hill, 11/15/08 Assists: 3 vs. Penn State New Kensington, 11/17/07 Steals: 3 on four occasions Blocks: 4 vs. Mansfield, 1/3/09; vs. Penn State New Kensington, 11/17/07

} High School

Played for coach A.J. Sharma at Vaughan Secondary School ... was rated the ninth­best power forward by HoopLife.ca after averaging 21 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists as a senior ... was named to the preseason Fab Five by HoopLife.ca, and was selected for the All­Canadian Shootout in October ... was a three­year starter and a first team All­York Region selection all three years ... the last two years Vaughan lost in the quarterfi­ nals of the York Regional Championships ... a for­ mer U17 provincial team gold medalist for Ontario and led Vaughan Secondary to the AAAA OFSAA in 2004 ... competed for Canada in the maccabiah Games in 2005, leading the team in scoring.

} Personal

Born February 17, 1987 … full name is Vladimir Kovalevsky ... nickname is Spikes or Boards ... Forensic Accounting major with a minor in Criminal Justice ... has a 3.02 GPA … son of Vera and Arthur Kovalevski.

Vlad Kovalevsky’s Career at Edinboro Year

G-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

29­2 31­0 27­19

37­74 69­136 76­140

.500 .507 .543

3FG-3FGA

0­0 0­0 0­0

.000 .000 .000

13­28 35­59 54­90

.464 .593 .600

118 162 169

4.1 5.2 6.3

11 9 12

23 32 40

13 32 33

11 27 28

57­0 82­3 84­4

87 173 206

3.0 5.6 7.6

Career

87-21

182-350

.520

0-0

.000

102-177

.576

449

5.2

32

95

78

66

223-7

466

5.4

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Justin Moore Forward 6’6” 260 lbs. Senior Canonsburg, PA Canon-McMillan HS West Virginia Wesleyan ... other double­double was 13­point, season­high 14­rebound effort against East Stroudsburg ... scored 17 points against Mercyhurst, making 8 of 9 field goals, and also had 17 points at Kutztown ... hit a mem­ orable shot against California(Pa.) with 6.5 sec­ onds left in the game to give Edinboro a 61­60 win at McComb Fieldhouse.

After a two­year absence returned to the

Fighting Scots a year ago ... took awhile to get in playing shape but was playing well by the end of the year ... head coach Greg Walcavich notes that he is far ahead of where he was a year ago ... uses his big body well and has the ability to score inside and rebound, but also displayed a soft touch from outside ... originally transferred to Edinboro from New Haven in 2004­05 to be clos­ er to his mother Darlene, who was ill and would later pass away... gives the Scots a player who can bang inside.

} Career Highs Points: 19 vs. Slippery Rock, 2/14/09; vs. California(Pa.), 2/11/06 Rebounds: 17 vs. Clarion, 2/28/09 Field Goals Made: 9 vs. California(Pa.), 2/11/06 Field Goals Attempted: 16 vs. Slippery Rock, 2/14/09 Free Throws Made: 5 vs. Mercyhurst, 2/11/09; vs. Lock Haven, 2/18/06; vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 11/15/05 Free Throws Attempted: 7 vs. Mercyhurst, 2/11/09 Assists: 3 on five occasions Steals: 3 vs. West Chester, 3/3/06; vs. Mansfield, 12/3/95 Blocked Shots: 4 vs. Slippery Rock, 2/14/09; vs. Gannon, 1/28/09; vs. West Chester, 3/3/06

} At New Haven

Played in 23 games, with 19 starts, for the Chargers, averaging just over 15 minutes per game ... averaged 3.9 ppg. and 3.8 rpg. while shooting 58.5 percent from the floor (38 of 65) ... led the team with 15 blocked shots ... notched lone double­figure game against Dowling, scor­ ing 11 points in 16 minutes ... made 4 of 5 field goals and 3 of 4 free throws in that contest ... had 9 points and 8 rebounds vs. Molloy and Southampton, and finished with 9 points and 6 boards in early­season meeting with Dowling.

} 2008-09

Finished as third­leading scorer (8.9 ppg.) and leading rebounder (7.0 rpg.) while starting all 28 games ... shot 51.0 percent from the floor (106­ 209), second on the team, and made 37 of 63 free throws (58.7 percent) ... was second in blocked shots with 27 ... led team in scoring twice and in rebounding 11 times, including 4 of the last 5 games ... had four double­doubles, including tying career high with 19 points and pulling down 11 rebounds against Slippery Rock, adding 4 blocked shots ... had 11 points and career­high 17 rebounds in win over Clarion.

} High School

Completed prep career at Massanutten(Va.) Military Academy after playing at Canon­ McMillan High School ... averaged 11 points, 5 rebounds and 2 blocks for a very strong Massanutten team in 2003­04 ... graduated from Canon­McMillan in 2003 after missing senior sea­ son due to a serious knee injury ... as a junior averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocks, and was an honorable mention Street & Smith’s All­American heading into his senior year before suffering the injury in a pre­sseason scrimmage ... scored over 1,000 career points while being named to the Washington(Pa.) Observer­ Reporter Fab Five ... was an all­conference selec­ tion all three seasons and also an all­section choice.

} 2005-06

One of three players to start all 31 games, help­ ing Fighting Scots go 24­7, win the PSAC Championship, and go to the NCAA Division II East Regional ... finished as fifth­leading scorer at 8.8 ppg. and was second in rebounding at 6.5 rpg... shot 59.7 percent from the floor (114 of 191), a figure that ranks fifth in a season at Edinboro, and was fourth in the PSAC ... had 42 blocked shots, tied for second on the team and ninth in the PSAC ... was the team’s leading scor­ er once, that a 19­point effort in a loss at California(Pa.), and was the top rebounder nine times ... scored in double figures 15 times, and had a pair of double­doubles ... opened his career at Edinboro with a double­double, scoring 13 points and pulling down 11 rebounds against

} Personal

Born April 15, 1985 ... full name is Justin Moore ... General Studies major ... son of John Moore III and the late Darlene Moore.

Justin Moore’s Career Year

FG-FGA

Pct.

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

23­19 31­31 28­28

38­65 114­191 106­208

.585 .597 .510

0­0 0­0 0­0

.000 .000 .000

14­24 44­60 37­63

.583 .733 .587

87 201 197

3.8 6.5 7.0

13 34 7

12 46 37

15 42 27

11 24 14

43­2 96­2 78­1

90 272 249

3.9 8.8 8.9

At Edinboro 59-59 Career 82-78

220-399 258-464

.551 .556

0-0 0-0

.000 .000

81-123 95-147

.659 .646

398 485

6.7 5.9

41 54

83 95

69 84

38 49

174-3 217-5

521 611

8.8 7.5

2004­05* 2005­06 2008­09

G-GS

3FG-3FGA

* at New Haven

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Andrew Walczak Forward 6’6” 215 lbs. Senior Waterford, PA Fort LeBoeuf HS } High School

Joined the team as a walk­on a year ago and

Played for head coach Brian Emick at nearby Fort LeBoeuf High School ... was a two­year starter for the Bison, averaging 14.9 ppg. and 9.4 rpg. as a senior ... led the team in both cat­ egories ... scored in double figures in 19 of 22 games and had 12 double­doubles ... an All­ Region 4 first team selection ... as a junior, averaged 10.5 ppg. and 5.4 rpg. in 24 games, second on the team in both categories ... scored in double figures in 14 games and had 4 double­doubles ... also earned three letters in football, and was a second team All­Region 4 choice.

has been a pleasant surprise ... head coach Greg Walcavich notes that in a year’s time he has made tremendous strides and should be a contributo in the frontcourt this year ... Walcavich notes that he doesn’t look like the same player ... provides the Fighting Scots with frontcourt depth.

} 2008-09

Appeared in eight games for a total of 77 min­ utes ... scored 11 points (1.4 ppg.) and pulled down 15 rebounds (1.9 rpg.) ... only made 3 of 11 field goals, but was a perfect 4­for­4 at the line ... most of his production came against Penn State Greater Allegheny, as he played 19 minutes, finishing with 9 points and 4 rebounds ... made 3 of 6 field goals, including 1 of 3 three­pointers, and was 2 of 2 at the line ... also blocked a shot.

} Personal

Born December 26, 1986 ... full name is Andrew John Walczak ... Accounting & Financial Services major with a minor in Chemistry ... has a 3.18 GPA ... son of Rhonda and John Walczak.

} Career Highs Points: 9 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 Rebounds: 4 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 Field Goals Made: 3 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 Field Goals Attempted: 6 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 3­Pt. Field Goals Made: 1 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 3­Pt. Field Goals Att.: 3 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 Free Throws Made: 2 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08; vs. Urbana, 12/20/08 Free Throws Attempted: 2 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08; vs. Urbana, 12/20/08 Assists: 1 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08; vs. Urbana, 12/20/08 Steals: 1 vs. Urbana, 12/20/08 Blocks: 2 vs. California(Pa.), 1/24/09; vs. Clarion, 1/31/09

Andrew Walczak’s Career at Edinboro Year

G-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-3FGA

Pct.

2008­09

8­0

3­11

.273

1­4

.250

Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

FT-FTA

4­4

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

1.000

15

1.9

2

7

1

2

7­0

11

1.4

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Stefan Mueller Center 7’0” 240 lbs. Junior Canton, OH GlenOak HS } At West Virginia Tech

Former transfer from West Virginia Tech who } Career Highs Points: 2 vs. Urbana, 12/20/08; vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 Rebounds: 3 vs. Urbana, 12/20/08 Field Goals Made: 1 vs. Urbana, 12/20/08; vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 Field Goals Attempted: 33 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 Steals: 1 vs. Urbana, 12/20/08; vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08

is believed to be the first seven­footer at Edinboro ... has the ability to hit the outside jumper but must continue to get stronger and is still growing into his body ... has worked harder this fall and is making progress ... pro­ vides depth in the frontcourt.

Appeared in six games, finishing with 5 points and 2 rebounds ... made 2 of 5 field goals and was 1 of 2 at the line ... played 10 minutes.

} 2008-09

} Personal

} High School

Played just one season of basketball at Glen Oak High School for head coach Jack Grenalds.

Played in just two games last season for a total of 17 minutes ... scored 4 points (2.0 ppg.) and had 5 rebounds (2.5 rpg.) ... was 2­for­4 from the floor and blocked a pair of shots ... played 13 minutes against Penn State Greater Alleghney, finishing with 2 points and 2 rebounds ... had season­high 3 rebounds vs. Urbana.

Born April 1, 1988 … full name is Stefan Jeffrey Mueller ... nickname is 7 foot ... Painting and Drawing major ... son of Rachel and Jeff Mueller.

only includes Edinboro games

Stefan Mueller’s Career Year

G-GS

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

2007­08* 2008­09

6­0 2­0

FG-FGA

2­5 2­4

.400 .500

Pct.

3FG-3FGA

0­0 0­0

.000 .000

Pct.

FT-FTA

1­2 0­0

.500 .000

2 5

0.3 2.5

0 0

3 0

0 0

0 2

3­0 4­0

5 4

0.8 2.0

Career

8-0

4-9

.444

0-0

.000

1-2

.500

7

0.9

0

3

0

2

7-0

9

1.1

at West Virginia Tech

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Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

The 2009-10 Fighting Scots

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Bobby Stauffer Guard 5’9” 175 lbs. Junior Edinboro, PA General McLane HS

Emerged as the starting point guard late in

the year ... has made considerable and consis­ tent progress in his two seasons and has a chance to have a very good year ... outstand­ ing defensive player and accomplished ballhan­ dler who displayed improved offensive skills ... highly­touted recruit two years ago who suf­ fered through a tough shooting year as a freshman ... possesses great quickness ... enjoyed an outstanding career at nearby General McLane High School ... followed his father Roy, a member of the Edinboro Hall of Fame and named to the all­time basketball team, to Edinboro.

} 2008-09

Started the final five games at point guard and played in all 28 games ... averaged 3.3 ppg. while playing just over 16 minutes per game, adding 47 assists with just 19 turnovers ... also had 26 steals ... boosted his shooting percentage to 42.3 per­ cent from the floor (33 of 78) and 39.6 percent on three­pointers (19 of 48) ... also went 7 of 12 from the line after missing all nine of his attempts as a freshman ... scored a career­high 10 points at Gannon, matching his career high with 5 assists ... over the five games he started averaged 7.4 ppg. with 15 assists ... had career­ high 7 rebounds in first meeting at Clarion, then in home game vs. Golden Eagles had a career­ best 4 steals.

} 2007-08

Played in 25 games, averaging just under 12 min­ utes per game ... averaged 1.6 ppg. and 1.2 rpg. with 23 assists and 20 steals ... struggled to find his shooting touch, hitting 28.8 percent from the floor (15 of 52), 25.7 percent on three­pointers (9 of 35), and missing all nine of his free throw attempts ... scored season­high 9 points in first career game against Penn State New Kensington, making 3 of 4 field goals, including all three three­point attempts ... had 7 points vs. Mansfield ... handed out 5 assists and had 3 steals vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, with 4 assists against Slippery Rock.

} High School

Was part of an incredible success story at General McLane High School, as the Lancers

on both the PIAA state championships in foot­ ball and basketball in 2006­07 ... Lancers defeated Greencastle Antrim, 57­55, in Class AAA basketball title game, after many of the same players led GM to a 28­23 win over Pottsville in Class AAA football championship game ... ended up as a three­time all­state per­ former in basketball, earning third team hon­ ors as a sophomore and senior and a second team choice as a junior ... was also a three­time all­region selection and helped the Lancers to three District 10 championships and two Western finals ... concluded his career with 1,463 points, ranking third all­time at General McLane, with the Lancers posting a 99­19 dur­ ing his career ... had 558 assists and just 224 turnovers, while setting school record with 349 steals ... as a senior averaged 12.9 ppg. while leading the team in assists (150) and steals (109) as Lancers finished 28­4 ... aver­ aged 15.4 ppg. as a junior for 26­3 Lancers, and was named the region Player of the Year ... led team with 146 assists and 92 steals ... was also named Player of the Year in the region as a sophomore after averaging 16.2 ppg. with team­highs of 136 assists and 79 steals ... in football, played running back, quarterback and defensive back for the Lancers, earning first team all­region honors as a senior at defensive back, and second team accolades as a junior ... helped Lancers to two District 10 titles ... was also a standout in baseball, oddly enough as a left­handed shortstop, where he was a two­ time first team all­region selection.

} Career Highs Points: 10 vs. Gannon, 2/18/09 Rebounds: 7 vs. Clarion, 1/31/09 Field Goals Made: 4 vs. Gannon, 2/18/09 Field Goals Attempted: 9 vs. Gannon, 2/18/09 3­Pt. Field Goals Made: 3 vs. Penn State New Kensington, 11/17/07 3­Pt. Field Goals Attempted: 6 vs. Gannon, 2/18/09 Free Throws Made: 2 vs. Mercyhurst, 1/21/09; vs. Clarion, 1/31/09 Free Throws Attempted: 5 vs. Slippery Rock, 2/13/08 Assists: 5 on four occasions Steals: 4 vs. Clarion, 2/28/09; vs. Seton Hill, 12/30/07 Blocked Shots: 1 vs. Clarion, 1/31/09

} Personal

Born August 23, 1988 ... full name is Robert Kenneth Stauffer ... Secondary Education/Social Studies major with a 3.35 GPA ... son of Marla and Roy Stauffer ... father served as an assistant basketball coach at General McLane and ranks 19th in career scor­ ing at Edinboro with 1,149 points while playing from 1971­74 ... also holds school record for career free throw percentage (.863) ... Roy also played baseball for the Fighting Scots, while mother played softball at Edinboro ... most memorable sports moment is winning two state championships in one year.

Bobby Stauffer’s Career at Edinboro Year

G-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-3FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

2007­08 2008­09

25­0 28­5

15­52 33­78

.288 .423

9­35 19­48

.257 .396

0­9 7­12

.000 .583

30 27

1.2 1.0

23 47

21 19

0 1

20 26

34­1 40­1

39 92

1.6 3.3

Career

53-5

48-130

.369

28-83

.337

7-21

.333

57

1.1

70

40

1

46

74-2

131

2.5

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Danny Walsh Guard 6’1” 185 lbs. Junior Moon Township, PA Moon Area HS gled with his shot, making 27.9 percent of his field goal attempts, including 7 of 31 three­point­ ers ... handed out 27 assists ... scored a season­ high 8 points against Shippensburg, going 2­for­2 on three­pointers ... had 6 points on three occa­ sions ... showed his ability to hit the boards with 7 rebounds against Kutztown.

Welcome addition to team after sitting out } Career Highs Points: 12 vs. Millersville, 12/1/07 Rebounds: 7 vs. Kutztown, 12/20/06 Field Goals Made: 4 vs. Millersville, 12/1/07 Field Goals Attempted: 9 vs Millersville, 12/1/07 3­Pt. Field Goals Made: 2 vs. Millersville, 12/1/07; vs. Shippensburg, 1/10/07 3­Pt. Field Goals Attempted: 5 vs. Franciscan, 1/24/07 Free Throws Made: 6 vs. West Virginia Wesleyam 11/20/07 Free Throws Attempted: 8 vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 11/20/07 Assists: 4 vs. Penn State New Kensington, 11/17/07; vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 11/16/07 Steals: 2 on four occasions Blocks: 2 vs. Penn State McKeesport, 11/25/06

the 2008­09 campaign with a back injury ... actu­ ally has not played since late December of 2007 due to injury, missing the last 50 games ... will play a huge role as long as he is healthy ... has the ability to play on the wing or at the point ... was just becoming an integral part of the back­ court rotation when he was forced to sit out ... has been dogged by injuries, after missing six of the final seven games his freshman year due to an ankle injury ... provides size in the backcourt and is also a capable three­point threat ... hard­ nosed player who has the reputation of a win­ ner.

} High School

Played for coach Jeff Ackerman at Moon Area High School, where he helped the Tigers to a 96­ 23 record during his four seasons ... part of the 2003­04 team which won the PIAA Class AAA state championship, and helped Moon to three WPIAL championships ... a two­year starter who earned third team All­State honors as a senior after averaging 12.5 ppg. with 6 assists per game ... Tigers finished with 24­6, reaching the PIAA Class AAA quarterfinals before losing to General McLane of Edinboro, 58­57 in overtime ... was also an All­Section and All­WPIAL selection both as a junior and senior, and named to Pittsburgh Post­Gazette Fab Five last year ... averaged 12.5 points and 5 assists as a junior, with Moon going 23­5 ... Tigers were 29­3 in 2003­04 ... also a stand­ out in baseball, earning All­Section accolades his final three years.

} 2008-09

Injury redshirt due to back injury.

} 2007-08

Saw action in the first nine games before missing the rest of the season due to a back injury that had impacted him since preseason drills ... was averaging just under 15 minutes per game, with 4.0 ppg. and 2.0 rpg... handed out 11 assists ... scored a career­high 12 points along with 5 rebounds against Millersville in 27 minutes, his most extensive action ... had 8 points, mainly on a 6­for­8 showing at the free throw line, against West Virginia Wesleyan.

} Personal

Born February 11, 1987 … full name is Daniel Joseph Walsh ... nickname is DWalsh ... Business Adminstration major with a 3.13 GPA … son of JoAnn and Michael Walsh ... father played base­ ball at Ohio University and brother Brian is a member of the basketball team at Xavier.

} 2006-07

Played in 23 games before sitting out six of the final seven games with an ankle injury ... started three games ... while playing just under 15 min­ utes per game, averaged 2.3 ppg. and 2.0 rpg... another of the backcourt performers who strug­

Danny Walsh’s Career at Edinboro Year

G-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

2006­07 2007­08

3FG-3FGA

Pct.

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

23­3 9­0

17­61 9­35

.279 .257

7­31 3­18

.226 .167

Career

12­16 15­22

.750 .682

45 18

2.0 2.0

27 11

29 7

3 1

12 3

26­1 14­0

53 36

2.3 4.0

32-3

26-96

.271

10-49

.204

27-38

.711

63

2.0

38

36

4

15

40-1

89

2.8

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Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

The 2009-10 Fighting Scots

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Steve Cress Forward 6’5” 218 lbs. Sophomore Mars, PA Mars Area HS

Highly­regarded recruit a year ago who has

struggled with injuries since joining the Fighting Scots ... could play a role in the front­ court if he can get healthy, but has been unable to work out in early season drills ... very athletic player who can hit the outside jumper ... also a strong student.

} 2008-09

Saw action in 20 games averaging just over eight minutes per game ... averaged 3.2 ppg. and 1.5 rpg, while shooting 50.0 percent from the floor (29 of 57) and 62.5 percent from the line (5 of 8) ... blocked 5 shots ... top game came against Penn State Greater Allegheny, as he was named the PSAC West Freshman of the Week after scoring a season­high 16 points ... made 7 of 13 field goals and 2 of 2 free throws, with 4 rebounds, in 19 minutes ... scored 7 points against Urbana, with season­best 6 rebounds, and also had 7 points vs. Bloomsburg.

} High School

departed as the school’s all­time leading scorer with 1,208 points ... broke the record of Tim Frye, who broke the record that was held by Cress’ father, Bill, who scored 1,098 points while playing at Mars in the ‘70’s ... the first player at Mars to total over 1,200 points, 700 rebounds and 100 blocks ... as a senior aver­ aged 21.5 points, 12.7 rebounds and 2 blocks per game ... set the single­season scoring record with 517 points last year, after scoring 452 points as a junior ... was named the Butler Eagle Boys Player of the Year the last two seasons, sharing the award as a junior with Knoch’s Bob Briggs ... also a two­time WPIAL All­Section 1 AAA selection ... played in the Roundball Classic and was MVP of the Cager Classic All­Star Game.

} Personal

Born January 6, 1990 … full name is Stephen Richard Cress ... Financial Services major with a minor in Accounting ... has a 3.89 GPA ... son of Kristina and Bill Cress ... father played basket­ ball at Westminster.

Was a three­year starter in basketball for head coach Rob Carmody at Mars High School ...

} Career Highs Points: 16 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 Rebounds: 6 vs. Urbana, 12/20/08 Field Goals Made: 7 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 Field Goals Attempted: 13 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08 3­Pt. Field Goals Made: 1 vs. Bloomsburg, 1/4/09 3­Pt. Field Goals Attempted: 1 on four occasions Free Throws Made: 2 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08; vs. Bloomfield, 11/16/08 Free Throws Attempted: 2 vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11/22/08; vs. Bloomfield, 11/16/08 Assists: 1 vs. East Stroudsburg, 1/11/09; vs. Kutztown, 1/10/09; vs. Bloomsburg, 1/4/09 Steals: 2 vs. Urbana, 12/20/08 Blocks: 2 vs. Charleston(WV), 12/17/08

Steve Cress’ Career at Edinboro Year

2008­09

G-GS

20­0

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-3FGA

Pct.

29­57

.509

1­4

.250

Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

FT-FTA

5­8

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

.625

30

1.5

3

9

5

4

20­0

64

3.2

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The 2009-10 Fighting Scots

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Cory Somerville Forward 6’5” 225 lbs. Sophomore Pittsburgh, PA Perry Traditional Academy 94) ... was third on team in blocks (10) ... aver­ aged just over 23 minutes per contest ... led SRU in scoring twice, with 16 points against Bloomsburg amd 12 vs. California(Pa.) ... was the top rebounder on eight occasions, includ­ ing 10 against East Stroudsburg.

Former transfer from Slippery Rock who } Career Highs Points: 16 vs. Bloomsburg, 1/12/08 Rebounds: 10 vs. East Stroudsburg, 12/19/07 Field Goals Made: 7 vs. Bloomsburg, 1/12/08 Field Goals Attempted: 11 vs. Shippensburg, 2/2/08; vs. Mansfield, 1/13/08 Free Throws Made: 7 vs. Cheyney, 1/6/08 Free Throws Attempted: 13 vs. Cheyney, 1/6/08 Assists: 5 vs. Penn State New Kensington, 2/16/08; vs. Shippensburg, 2/2/08 Steals: 3 vs. Mansfield, 1/13/08 Blocked Shots: 3 vs. Youngstown State, 12/29/07

quite possibly could be the biggest addition to the team after having to sit out the 2008­09 campaign ... took advantage of last season to work on his skills and also mature physically ... head coach Greg Walcavich feels he has three terrific years ahead of him ... was a key contrib­ utor at Slippery Rock as a true freshman.

} High School

Was a three­year starter at Perry Traditional Academy for head coach Marco Corona ... as a senior averaged 21 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 blocks ... earned first team All­City League honors as a junior and senior.

} 2008-09 Redshirted.

} At Slippery Rock

} Personal

Played in 23 games, with 17 starts, in 2007­08 ... averaged 7.5 ppg., fifth on the team, and 5.0 rpg., which led The Rock ... shot a respectable 48.5 percent from the floor (66 of 136), but was at just 43.6 percent from the line (41 of

Born July 15, 1989 ... full name is Cory A. Somerville ... nickname is Weeze ... Business Marketing major ... son of Chervelle Nesbit.

at Slippery Rock

Cory Somerville’s Career at Slippery Rock Year

G-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

2007­08

23­17

66­136

.485

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3FG-3FGA

0­1

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

.000

41­94

.436

115

5.0

29

36

10

9

44­2

173

7.5

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The 2009-10 Fighting Scots

5

Byron Knight Guard 6’4” 200 lbs. Junior Pittsburgh, PA Penn Hills HS

Brother of former Fighting Scot standout

Devon Knight, and was a highly­regarded recruit coming out of Penn Hills High School ... was originally set to play at Robert Morris, but never played for the Colonials ... attended Howard but did not play there ... extremely athletic player who will have some rust to shake off but will have every opportunity to contribute immediately on the wing ... possess­ es good size and good ball skills.

} High School

Played for coach Jim Rocco at Penn Hills High School, helping the Indians rank among the top teams in the state ... three­year starter who was a third team All­State selection as a senior in 2003 ... averaged 18.5 ppg. and 6.1 rpg., helping Penn Hills win WPIAL Quad A championship and advance to state quarterfi­ nals ... was named to Pittsburgh Post­Gazette Fab 5 and Pittsburgh Tribune Review Fab 5 as a

senior, also earning All­WPIAL and All­Section honors ... combined with younger brother Devon to score 35 points as Penn Hills defeat­ ed Upper St. Clair, 51­41, in the WPIAL Class AAAA campionship game ... finished the game with 23 points, including a memorable rebound dunk off his brother’s missed shot ... considered by Rocco as the second­best player to come through Penn Hills after former West Virginia standout Drew Schifino.

} Personal

Born April 18, 1984 ... full name is Byron Oliver Knight II ... Health & Physical Education major ... son of Evelyn King and Byron Knight ... younger brother Devon played for Edinboro from 2004­08 and helped Edinboro win a record 89 games during that period ... uncle is former Pittsburgh All­American Billy Knight, and another uncle, Terry, also played at Pittsburgh.

3

Al Muteba Guard 6’4” 192 lbs. Junior Toronto, ONT Oakwood HS

Junior college transfer who should see plenty

of action at guard ... like Bryon Knight, is athlet­ ic and has good size for the backcourt ... head coach Greg Walcavich likes his basketball skills ... canadian import who played at both Lake Region State JC and Kirkwood CC.

} At Kirkwood CC

Helped team finish with 26­6 while averaging 7.6 ppg. and 4.5 rpg. in 24 games ... shot 39.9 percent from the floor (69 of 173), making 17 of 52 three­pointers (32.7 pct.) and was 28 of 44 from the free throw line (63.6 pct.).

} At Lake Region State

Played in 21 games for the Royals in 2007­08, averaging 6.0 ppg. and 2.4 rpg... helped Lake

Region to 22­10 record ... shot 46.5 percent from the floor (46 of 99), making 9 of 24 three­pointers (37.5 pct.), and was a hot 89.2 percent from the line (25 of 28)

} High School

Played for head coach John Smith at Oakwood High School in Toronto ... was a four­year starter who averaged 22 pppg., 9 rpg. and 3 blocks per game as a senior ... earned Toronto Sun All­City honors as a senior.

} Personal

Born February 24, 1987 ... nickname is Alyno ... Sports Administration major ... son of J.P. Biangandu ... brother Chretien Lukusa played basketball at Binghamton University.

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The 2009-10 Fighting Scots

4

Chris Klimchock Guard 5’9” 150 lbs. Freshman Greensburg, PA Greensburg Salem HS

Don’t let youthful looks fool you … early

signee who is extremely talented and will push for playing time at point guard immediately … excellent playmaker with the ability to score, and displayed a knock for excelling in the big games as a prepster … not very big but a heady, intelligent player … also an outstanding student.

} High School

Led Greensburg Salem to a berth in the PIAA Class AAA state championship game, hitting game­winning shots in three playoff games before the Golden Lions finally lost to Archbishop Carroll in the finals … departed as third all­time leading scorer with 1,455 points after averaging 17.7 ppg. as a senior … earned second team All­State honors and was a first team All­Section selection and was named to Pittsburgh Post­Gazette Fab 5 … was named the Pittsburgh Tribune­Review Player of the Year … shot 40 percent from the floor (144 of 361), including 58 of 145 on three­pointers, and excelled at the free throw line, making 168 of 198, a school record 85.0 percent … added team­high 194 assists to finish with a school­ record 649 for his career, while committing

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just 86 turnovers … ranks third in career steals (207) … started all four years at point guard, and all told the Golden Lions finished with an 89­19 record during that period, including 23­6 a year ago … enjoyed incredible success dur­ ing the PIAA playoff run … went the length of the court to hit a driving layup at the buzzer in 68­66 win over Chartiers Valley in second round game, then hit winning layup with 20 seconds left to defeat Farrell in the quarterfi­ nals … concluded stretch with four free throws in the final minute of semifinals to beat Hampton … a three­time All­Section 3 choice who averaged 15.8 ppg. as a junior, finishing with 176 assists and 71 steals … as a sopho­ more contributed 10.1 ppg. and once again led Golden Lions in assists with 144, with 40 steals … started as a freshman, leading the team in assists (135) while averaging 9.2 ppg.

} Personal

Born June 26, 1990 ... full name is Christopher John Klimchock ... Health & Physical Education major ... son of Rose and Rick Klimchock … father Rick served as the boys basketball coach at Jeannette(Pa.) High School and sister Laura was a 1,000­point scorer at St. Vincent College.

Anthony Lytle Forward 6’5” 225 lbs. Freshman Altoona, PA Altoona Area HS

Physically­mature player who has a chance to

make an immediate impact in the frontcourt … very good basketball player who has excel­ lent strength and athletic ability … plays hard … another product of a former Fighting Scot, playing for Larry Betar at Altoona(Pa.) High School.

} High School

Played for Larry Betar, a standout at the Boro in the early ‘70’s, at Altoona(Pa.) Area High School … helped the Mountain Lions to a 13­10 finish as a senior, finishing as the leading scor­ er (16.3 ppg.) and rebounder (11.8 rpg.) … a two­year starter who led team in rebounding both years and averaged a double­double both seasons … as a senior, shot 56.6 percent from the floor (155 of 274), including 8 of 29 on

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three­pointers, and was 40 of 86 from the line … added 39 assists, 30 blocked shots and 23 steals … played in the 4th Annual Altoona Mirror Classic, scoring 19 points and pulling down 11 rebounds … scored a season­high 30 points against Bishop McCort, with 17 rebounds, and had 22 points and 20 boards vs. Shaler … Altoona finished 16­11 his junior year, losing to nearby McDowell High School, 57­45, in PIAA playoffs … also a standout in track & field, competing in the high jump and long jump, and started one season in football.

} Personal

Born June 19, 1991 ... full name is Anthony Travis Lytle ... undeclared major ... son of Julie and John Lytle.

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2008-09 in Review

} Section Contents 2008-09 in Review ..........................................22 2008-09 Final Statistics ..................................23 Pa. State Athletic Conference ......................24 PSAC Statistics............................................24-25 2008-09 Box Scores ..................................26-31 Senior Bios........................................................32


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2008-09 in Review Fighting Scots Felled by Late Losing Streak, End at 18-10 The good news for the 2008­09 Edinboro men’s basketball team was

an appearance in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference tournament for the ninth straight year. The bad news come in the form of four straight losses late in the year, marking the longest losing streak since 2003­04. Edinboro would finish the regular season with an 88­79 win over Clarion, giving the Fighting Scots the fourth spot in the Western Division play­ offs. Unfortunately, that left the Fighting Scots facing a Gannon team on its homecourt that was on a run and ultimately reached the Elite Eight. The Fighting Scots would suffer an 89­75 loss at Gannon in the PSAC Quarterfinals to end the year at 18­10. It marked Edinboro’s 12th straight non­ losing season and the eight time in the last nine years with at least 18 wins. But veteran head coach Greg Walcavich couldn’t help but sit back and think what might have been. The Fighting Scots opened the year with eight straight wins and were 10­1 just days into the New Year. In a sign of things to come, Edinboro dropped a pair of PSAC crossover games on the road to Kutztown and East Stroudsburg after holding double digit leads in the first half in both contests. Weeks later, the Fighting Scots were 17­5 and appeared on the verge of not only gaining a first round PSAC playoff game at home, but also securing a fourth NCAA playoff berth in the last five years. The streak of five losses in the final six games got started with a 96­87 loss at home to a much­improved Slippery Rock team. Chris Bess sent the game into overtime at 76­76, but The Rock dominated the extra session. Bess’ three marked the second time he had sent a game into overtime with a shot from beyond the arc. His three­pointer with 1.3 seconds left from the top of the key sent an earlier game against Mercyhurst into overtime, but Edinboro also lost that game, 76­71. The addition of Gannon and Mercyhurst into the PSAC had a definite impact on the Western Division. Throw in a Slippery Rock team which enjoyed its finest campaign in almost 15 years, plus a rejuvenated Indiana(Pa.) squad, along with usual PSAC power California(Pa.), and the schedule became a real meatgrinder. That was clearly evident at the end of the season. Following the Slippery Rock game, four days later the Boro had to play at Gannon, suffering a 79­62 defeat. That was followed by a one­point defeat at home to California(Pa.) and a seven­point road loss at IUP. It is totally unfair, however, to leave the impression that the year was a disappointment. The Fighting Scots battled several injuries and had some impressive wins. On the injury front, Vlad Kovalevsky played through a bothersome knee injury the second half of the season and ultimately had to undergo surgery after the season. Starting point guard Larry Bryant missed the second Gannon game with an injury and gave way to Bobby Stauffer in the starting lineup the last five games. Finally, Danny Walsh missed the entire season with a back injury. The season­opening eight­game winning streak featured four road wins, including a 75­62 win at Charleston(WV). The lone loss in the first 11 games may have come in Edinboro’s best showing of that period, as the Fighting Scots were edged on the road at Alderson­Broaddus, 85­83. The Battlers would go on to reach the Atlantic Regional semifinals. The New Year began with an 86­77 win over Mansfield, followed by a 94­78 decision over Bloomsburg the next day. Edinboro posted one of its biggest comebacks in years at Slippery Rock, rallying from a 19­point deficit with eight minutes remaining to hand The Rock an 85­82 defeat. Joe Jones (27 points) and Gil Cummings (24) combined for 51 points in the win. The next three games somewhat typified the topsy­turvy season, and the tough schedule. After dropping the 76­71 overtime decision at Mercyhurst, the Fighting Scots came back three days later and picked up a rare win at Cal’s Hamer Hall, handing the Vulcans a 56­52 defeat. Edinboro then dropped a 66­65 decision to sixth­ranked Gannon, one of six losses by five points or less. Two other wins of note were an 83­78 triumph at home against IUP, and a 72­68 victory at Mercyhurst. There were also plenty of individual highlights, as well, led by Jones.

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The senior guard enjoyed one of the most prolific scoring seasons in Boro his­ tory, averaging 21.4 ppg. and scoring 598 points. The scoring average ranked sixth all­time, and the point total was fourth. Jones became just the fourth Fighting Scot to score 500 points in a season more than once after also scoring 518 points a year earlier. Jones would go on to earn first team All­PSAC West honors for the sec­ ond straight year. He was then named to the 2009 State Farm Coaches’ Division II All­America Team as selected by the National Basketball Coaches Association (NABC). Jones was one of 16 players named to the Division II All­ America Team, and the lone player from the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. He was also selected to play in the 2009 NABC All­Star Game in Springfield, Massachusetts. Jones was the second Fighting Scot chosen to play in the all­star game, joining Daren Tielsch. Jones played one season at Roberts Wesleyan before transferring to Edinboro. In just three seasons he proceeded to climb into many career statis­ tical categories. He concluded his career ranked seventh in scoring with 1,445 points. He also stands sixth in career assists with 359 and ninth in career steals with 143. In addition, Jones ranks eighth in career field goals made (539), sixth in career field goals attempted (1,211), fourth in career three­pointers made (166), and fifth in career three­pointers attempted (466). Backcourt mate Cummings also enjoyed a strong season, averaging 15.6 ppg. Jones finished second in the conference in scoring, while Cummings was tenth. Justin Moore had a lot of rust to shake off after not playing since the 2005­06 campaign, and had to play hos way back into shape. The 6’5”, 240 lb­ plus forward enjoyed a solid season, averaging 8.9 ppg. and 7.0 rpg. Bryant had a hot­and­cold campaign, but proved to be a clutch per­ former while averaging 8.1 ppg. with 91 assists, 52 steals, and 36 three­pointers. Finally, Chris Bess continued the transition from former football playe to sixth man on the basketball team. The 6’1”, 225 lb. junior averaged 7.7 ppg. and 4.3 rpg.

Joe Jones became just the fourth player in school history to score 500 points in two different seasons, and earned NABC All-American honors after averaging 21.4 ppg.

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Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2008-09

2008-09 Final Statistics Final Record: 18-10 PSAC West: 8-6 PLAYER Joseph Jones Gil Cummings Justin Moore Larry Bryant Chris Bess Vlad Kovalevsky Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Steve Chess Andy Walczak Stefan Mueller Team BORO TOTALS OPP TOTALS

G-GS MIN M/G 28­28 980 35.0 28­28 872 31.1 28­28 710 25.4 27­14 643 23.8 28­9 616 22.0 27­19 716 26.5 27­9 403 14.9 28­5 450 16.1 20­0 166 8.3 8­0 77 9.6 2­0 17 8.5

FG-FGA 221­456 138­329 106­208 71­171 69­52 76­140 28­86 33­78 29­57 3­11 2­4

28 28

776­1692 .459 173­475 766­1726 .444 159­461

5650 5650

Score W, 79­61 W, 74­65

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .485 52­148 .351 .419 42­120 .350 .510 0­0 .000 .415 36­98 .367 .454 13­25 .520 .543 0­0 .000 .326 9­28 .321 .423 19­48 .396 .509 1­4 .250 .273 1­4 .250 .500 0­0 .000

Att. 50 50

.364 .345

FT-FTA 104­150 119­155 37­63 42­65 65­82 54­90 29­50 7­12 5­8 4­4 0­0 466­679 355­539

Date Nov. 15 Nov. 16

Opponent vs. Chestnut Hill vs. Bloomfield

Nov. 22

PSU GREATER ALLEGHENY W,

85­54

317

Hi Scorer Cummings (17) Jones (16) Cummings (16) Jones (17)

Nov. 30 Dec. 3

THIEL at West Va. Wesleyan

W, W,

78­69 82­76

376 450

Dec. 6 Dec. 17 Dec. 20 Dec. 30 Jan. 3

LAKE ERIE at Charleston(WV) URBANA at Alderson­Broaddus MANSFIELD

W, W, W, L, W,

85­78 75­62 83­62 83­85 86­77

411 128 222 150 501

Jan. 4 Jan. 10 Jan. 11 Jan. 14

BLOOMSBURG at Kutztown at East Stroudsburg LOCK HAVEN*

W, L, L, W,

94­78 85­91 63­68 87­72

411 445 275 562

Jan. 17

at Slippery Rock*

W,

85­82

Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 28

MERCYHURST* at California(Pa.)* GANNON*

L, W, L,

71­76 ot 56­52 65­66

Jan. 31

at Clarion*

W,

78­59

500

Moore (14)

Feb. 4

INDIANA(PA)*

W,

83­78

903

Jones (23)

Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 21

at Lock Haven* at Mercyhurst* SLIPPERY ROCK* at Gannon* CALIFORNIA(PA)*

W, W, L, L, L,

87­73 313 72­68 90­96 ot 763 62­79 2800 72­73 971

Feb. 25 Feb. 28

at Indiana(Pa.)* CLARION*

L, W,

71­78 88­79

1417 1624 2062

Pct. REB AVG .693 123 4.4 .768 124 4.4 .587 197 7.0 .646 76 2.8 .793 119 4.3 .600 169 6.3 .580 68 2.5 .583 27 1.0 .625 30 1.5 1.000 15 1.9 .000 5 2.5 .686 1049 .659 1037

37.5 37.0

A TO 110 109 61 61 7 37 91 82 24 38 12 40 34 35 47 19 3 9 2 7 0 0

BL 14 6 27 3 3 33 2 1 5 1 2

PTS AVG 598 21.4 437 15.6 249 8.9 220 8.1 216 7.7 206 7.6 94 3.5 92 3.3 64 3.2 11 1.4 4 2.0

391 441 97 259 503­15 2191 397 503 106 192 571­24 2046

Hi Rebounder Bess (7) Kovalevsky (13)

Opp Hi Scorer McFadden (25) Knox (20)

Jones (25) Jones (34)

Moore (6) Brown (6) Bess (8) Moore (9)

Simmons (11) Hatcher (11) Mirizio (17) Hoehner (18)

Jones (27) Jones (22) Jones (22) Jones (32) Jones (25) Cummings (25) Cummings (30) Jones (27) Jones (18) Jones (20)

Moore (11) Brown (10) Cummings (8) Brown (6) Cummings (7) Moore (7) Cummings (9) Kovalevsky (10) Kovalevsky (16) Kovalevsky (11)

Thornton (33) Wallace (20) Brown (22) Liggins (28) Callahan (27)

Jones (27)

Cummings (4) Jones (4) Cummings (12) Moore (13) Cummings (8) Moore (8) Bess (7) Stauffer (7) Kovalevsky (7)

Cummings (20) Jones (23) Jones (19)

ST PF-D 58 61­0 36 70­3 14 78­1 52 55­3 22 51­2 28 84­4 17 33­1 26 40­1 4 20­0 2 7­0 0 4­0

78.2 73.1

Opp Hi Rebounder Davidheiser (9) Knox (8) Sampson (8) Gaston (7) Thompson (7) Sefscik (7) Lucas (8) Thomas (8) Three with (5) Ross (11) Naudziunas (8) Lee (10) Carr (9)

Varanavage (16) Dennis (27) Lyons (19) Arre (18) McLean (18) Camper (23)

Hoover (6) Washington (15) Bach (11) Christian (12)

Nnadili (17) Nixon (13) Howard (20)

Armstrong (14) Williams (6) Stoczynski (8)

Hollis (15)

McQueen (6)

Brooks (22)

Stephens (9)

Kovalevsky (10) Cummings (7) Moore (11) Moore (8) Bess (6)

Arre (26) Engelmann (16) Stephens (26) Goldcamp (23) Nixon (24)

1000 502

Jones (27) Jones (24) Cummings (24) Bess (17) Cummings (12) Moore (12) Jones (25) Jones (23)

Webb (9) Young (9) Christian (5) Terry (7) Brown (14) Goldcamp (11) Williams (8)

Moore (14) Moore (17)

Young (19) Hollis (24)

Young (9) Perry (7)

2005

Jones (15)

Moore (5)

Howard (29)

Goldcamp (9)

PSAC Quarterfinals at Erie, PA Mar. 3

at Gannon

L,

75­89

* PSAC West contest

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Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 2008-09 PSAC Men’s Basketball Standings West Division Gannon Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) Edinboro California(Pa.) Mercyhurst Lock Haven Clarion

PSAC West W L 12 2 11 3 10 4 8 6 6 8 4 10 3 11 2 12

Overall W L 30 4 21 8 22 8 18 10 13 13 16 11 5 22 11 16

East Division Kutztown Cheyney West Chester Mansfield East Stroudsburg Shippensburg Millersville Bloomsburg

PSAC East W L 13 1 10 4 9 5 8 6 7 7 4 10 4 10 1 13

Overall W L 28 5 18 9 18 10 15 12 16 11 12 15 10 17 4 23

2009 PSAC Tournament } PSAC QUARTERFINALS Gannon 89, Edinboro 75 Slippery Rock 86, Indiana(Pa.) 69 Kutztown 97, Mansfield 86 Cheyney 85, West Chester 74 } SEMIFINALS Gannon 69, Cheyney 50 Kutztown 103, Slippery Rock 90 } CHAMPIONSHIP Gannon 80, Kutztown 65

Individual Statistics GP FG FGA Pct.

} Field Goal Pct. Jordan Armstrong, MC Ryan Washington, Kutz Makal Stibbins, Mill Denell Stephens, SRU Derrick Graff, Ship Maron Brown, SRU Yuseff Carr, Mans Christian Warren, LHU Darryl Webb, IUP Chris Bach, ESU } 3-Pt. Field Goal Pct. Kehinde Roberts, WCU Andre Woodlin, Kutz Julian Sanders, IUP Joe Lindsey, GU Julius Gray, Kutz Ron Hollis, Clar Mike Sherry, Clar Elliot Engelmann, MC Sean Christiansen, IUP Nnamdi Nnadili, MC } Free Throw Pct. Billy Arre, LHU Tony Fannick, Mans Josh Yanke, Clar Maurice Douglas, SRU Chris Bach, ESU Pierre Howard, GU Chris Bess, Edin Stephen Dennis, Kutz

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27 136 212 .642 33 188 303 .620 27 159 260 .612 29 244 424 .575 27 142 260 .546 29 136 250 .544 27 149 282 .528 26 125 237 .527 30 158 305 .518 27 173 335 .516 GP 3FG 3FGA Pct. 26 49 106 .462 33 43 102 .422 27 73 177 .412 34 62 155 .400 33 39 98 .398 27 29 73 .397 27 56 141 .397 23 39 99 .394 30 36 92 .391 27 55 141 .390 GP FT FTA Pct. 26 108 123 .878 27 72 82 .878 27 64 74 .865 27 61 74 .824 27 166 207 .802 34 93 117 .795 28 65 82 .793 33 170 215 .791

2008-09 PSAC Men’s Basketball Teams WESTERN DIVISION

} First Team Pos. Ht. Wt. Gerald Brooks, Indiana(Pa.) F 6­5 220 Pierre Howard, Gannon G 6­3 185 Joe Jones, Edinboro G 6­3 180 Joe Lindsey, Gannon G 5­10 160 Denell Stephens, Slippery Rock G 6­3 205 Darryl Webb, Indiana(Pa.) F 6­6 220 West Player of the Year: Denell Stephens, Slippery Rock West Rookie of the Year: Julian Sanders, Indiana (Pa.) West Coach of the Year: Kevin Reynolds, Slippery Rock

Yr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.

EASTERN DIVISION

} First Team Chris Bach, East Stroudsburg Dave Ben, Kutztown Stephen Dennis, Kutztown Ralph Hegamin, West Chester Tyrone Smith, Cheyney Kenneth St. George, West Chester

Pos. F G G C C G

Ht. 6­8 6­4 6­5 6­8 6­2 6­3

Wt. 235 200 175 225 185 190

Yr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

Wt. 230 200 190 160 220 225

Yr. Jr. Sr. Gr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Wt. 286 215 205 210 202 190

Yr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr.

East Player of the Year: Dave Ben, Kutztown East Rookie of the Year: Tony Fannick, Mansfield East Coach of the Year: Bernie Driscoll, Kutztown

WESTERN DIVISION

} Second Team Jordan Armstrong, Mercyhurst Billy Arre, Lock Haven Kyle Camper, Slippery Rock Brian McTear, Mercyhurst Jerial Nixon, California(Pa.) Josh Yanke, Clarion

Pos. F F G G G C

Ht. 6­6 6­5 6­2 6­0 6­1 6­8

EASTERN DIVISION

} Second Team Yuseff Carr, Mansfield Dominique Curry, Cheyney Kehinde Roberts, West Chester Makal Stibbins, Millersville Ryan Washington, Kutztown Andre Woodlin, Kutztown

} Scoring

GP

Stephen Dennis, Kutz Joe Jones, Edin Dave Ben, Kutz Denell Stephens, SRU Billy Arre, LHU Chris Bach, ESU Ralph Hegamin, WCU Kenneth St. George, WCU Tyrone Smith, Chey Gil Cummings, Edin

33 28 33 29 26 27 28 23 27 28

Kenneth St. George, WCU Shameel Carty, Clar } Rebounding Ralph Hegamin, WCU Denell Stephens, SRU Maron Brown, SRU Darryl Webb, IUP Chris Bach, ESU Ryan Washington, Kutz Makai Stibbins, Mill Derrick Graff, Ship Dominique Curry, Chey Yuseff Carr, Mans } Assists Kyle Camper, SRU Brian McTear, MC Stephen Dennis, Kutz Joe Lindsey, GU Thomas Young, IUP

23 27

Pos. F F G F/C F G

Ht. 6­6 6­4 6­4 6­7 6­6 6­3

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct.

FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.

254­506 221­456 227­465 244­424 166­404 173­335 185­382 107­276 170­420 138­329

170­215 104­150 155­211 70­105 108­123 166­207 104­145 134­171 87­151 119­155

134 75 GP 28 29 29 30 27 33 27 27 27 27 GP 29 27 33 34 30

.502 .485 .488 .575 .411 .516 .484 .388 .405 .419

171 .784 97 .773 No. Avg. 276 9.9 279 9.6 267 9.2 276 9.2 247 9.1 280 8.5 223 8.3 217 8.0 209 7.7 209 7.7 No. Avg. 305 10.5 129 4.8 142 4.3 144 4.2 120 4.0

32­79 52­148 66­180 23­67 57­160 0­1 25­69 38­113 25­110 42­20

.405 .351 .367 .343 .356 .000 .362 .336 .227 .350

Joe Jones, Edin Dave Ben, Kutz Pat Fleury, ESU Tyrone Smith, Chey Larry Bryant, Edin } Steals Stephen Dennis, Kutz Joe Jones, Edin Andre Woodlin, Kutz Denell Stephens, SRU Dave Ben, Kutz Dominique Curry, Chey Joe Lindsey, GU Larry Bryant, Edin Tyrone Smith, Chey Brian McTear, MC } Blocked Shots Chris Moore, Cal Chris Bach, ESU

.791 .693 .735 .667 .878 .802 .717 .784 .576 .768 28 33 27 27 27 GP 33 28 33 29 33 27 34 27 27 27 GP 26 27

710 598 675 581 497 512 499 386 452 437

21.5 21.4 20.5 20.0 19.1 19.0 17.8 16.8 16.7 15.6

109 3.9 127 3.8 102 3.8 99 3.7 91 3.4 No. Avg. 81 2.2 86 2.1 61 2.1 62 2.0 65 2.0 64 2.0 50 1.9 55 1.9 52 1.9 65 1.8 No. Avg. 67 2.6 56 2.1

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PSAC Statistics Ryan Washington, Kutz Derrick Graff, Ship Makal Stibbins, Mill Christian Warren, LHU Darryl Webb, IUP Cory Boone, Mans Dominique Curry, Chey Stephen Dennis, Kutz

33 27 27 27 30 26 27 33

65 47 46 44 45 39 36 40

Team Statistics GP Pts.

} Scoring Offense Kutztown Slippery Rock Edinboro Gannon Mansfield East Stroudsburg Indiana(Pa.) Clarion Mercyhurst West Chester Cheyney Millersville Shippensburg Bloomsburg Lock Haven California (Pa.) } Scoring Defense Gannon California (Pa.) Cheyney West Chester Mercyhurst Indiana(Pa.) East Stroudsburg Shippensburg Slippery Rock Mansfield Kutztown Millersville Edinboro Bloomsburg Clarion Lock Haven } Scoring Margin Gannon Kutztown Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) East Stroudsburg Edinboro Mercyhurst West Chester Mansfield Cheyney California (Pa.) Shippensburg Clarion Millersville Bloomsburg Lock Haven } Field Goal Pct. Kutztown Gannon Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) Edinboro Mercyhurst Mansfield East Stroudsburg Cheyney Clarion Shippensburg California (Pa.) Millersville West Chester Lock Haven Bloomsburg } FG Pct. Defense Gannon Indiana(Pa.) Shippensburg Mercyhurst

33 29 28 34 27 27 30 27 27 28 27 27 27 27 27 26 GP 34 26 27 28 27 30 27 27 29 27 33 27 28 27 27 27 Own 76.9 87.7 83.1 74.2 74.4 78.2 69.6 69.4 76.1 67.8 63.7 66.7 72.1 66.9 64.8 64.0 GP FG 33 1050 34 977 29 917 30 819 28 776 27 668 27 694 27 691 27 700 27 698 27 631 26 621 27 641 28 661 27 637 27 655 GP FG 34 725 30 711 27 651 27 596

2893 2410 2191 2614 2056 2008 2227 1947 1878 1944 1831 1806 1802 1750 1727 1656 Pts. 2021 1610 1724 1824 1762 1969 1833 1838 2022 1948 2393 1963 2046 2010 2016 2090 Opp 59.4 72.5 69.7 65.6 67.9 73.1 65.3 65.1 72.1 63.9 61.9 68.1 74.7 72.7 74.4 77.4 FGA 2109 2010 1936 1773 1692 1491 1570 1565 1618 1615 1479 1463 1518 1575 1534 1605 FGA 1829 1749 1592 1455

2.0 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.5 1.5 1.3 1.2 Avg. 87.7 83.1 78.2 76.9 76.1 74.4 74.2 72.1 69.6 69.4 67.8 66.9 66.7 64.8 64.0 63.7 Avg. 59.4 61.9 63.9 65.1 65.3 65.6 67.9 68.1 69.7 72.1 72.5 72.7 73.1 74.4 74.7 77.4 Marg +17.4 +15.2 +13.4 +8.6 +6.5 +5.2 +4.3 +4.3 +4.0 +4.0 +1.8 ­1.3 ­2.6 ­5.8 ­9.6 ­13.4 Pct. .498 .486 .474 .462 .459 .448 .442 .442 .433 .432 .427 .424 .422 .420 .415 .408 Pct. .396 .407 .409 .410

Slippery Rock Kutztown East Stroudsburg California (Pa.) Cheyney Mansfield West Chester Edinboro Bloomsburg Millersville Clarion Lock Haven } 3-Pt. Field Goal Pct. Kutztown Edinboro Indiana(Pa.) Gannon Clarion Mercyhurst Mansfield West Chester East Stroudsburg Bloomsburg Shippensburg Millersville Slippery Rock Lock Haven Cheyney California (Pa.) } 3-Pt. FG Per Game Slippery Rock Mercyhurst Mansfield Edinboro Clarion Indiana(Pa.) Millersville Kutztown Lock Haven West Chester Gannon East Stroudsburg Bloomsburg Shippensburg Cheyney California (Pa.) } 3-Pt. FG Pct. Defense Indiana(Pa.) Kutztown West Chester Slippery Rock Gannon East Stroudsburg Bloomsburg California (Pa.) Mercyhurst Millersville Cheyney Shippensburg Mansfield Edinboro Clarion Lock Haven } Free Throw Pct. Mansfield Clarion Kutztown Gannon East Stroudsburg West Chester Edinboro Mercyhurst Slippery Rock Shippensburg Indiana(Pa.) Lock Haven Millervsille Bloomsburg Cheyney California(Pa.) } Rebound Margin Gannon Slippery Rock

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29 728 1776 .410 33 876 2136 .410 27 661 1596 .414 26 596 1437 .415 27 569 1367 .416 27 702 1639 .428 28 632 1438 .440 28 766 1726 .444 27 722 1597 .452 27 705 1551 .455 27 719 1546 .465 27 794 1647 .482 GP 3FG 3FGA Pct. 33 194 495 .392 28 173 475 .364 30 177 488 .363 34 184 527 .349 27 164 473 .347 27 211 611 .345 27 201 584 .344 28 155 460 .337 27 146 453 .322 27 137 431 .318 27 120 378 .317 27 159 504 .315 29 229 726 .315 27 155 508 .305 27 119 417 .285 26 107 383 .279 GP 3FG 3FGA Avg. 29 229 726 7.9 27 211 561 7.8 27 201 584 7.4 28 173 475 6.2 27 164 473 6.1 30 177 488 5.9 27 159 504 5.9 33 194 495 5.9 27 155 508 5.7 28 155 460 5.5 34 184 527 5.4 27 146 453 5.4 27 137 431 5.1 27 120 378 4.4 27 119 417 4.4 26 107 383 4.1 GP 3FG 3FGA Pct. 30 174 601 .290 33 185 607 .305 28 146 479 .305 29 157 490 .320 34 182 567 .321 27 148 455 .325 27 162 498 .325 26 136 416 .327 27 154 469 .328 27 147 443 .332 27 164 493 .333 27 166 496 .335 27 136 397 .343 28 159 461 .345 27 180 506 .356 27 164 459 .357 GP FT FTA Pct. 27 467 625 .747 27 387 522 .741 33 599 826 .725 34 476 662 .719 27 480 670 .716 28 467 673 .694 28 466 679 .686 27 331 495 .669 29 347 523 .663 27 420 640 .656 30 412 649 .635 27 298 477 .625 27 365 601 .607 27 303 503 .602 27 312 528 .591 26 307 540 .569 Own Opp Marg 39.0 29.6 +9.4 43.4 35.2 +8.2

Cheyney Indiana(Pa.) West Chester Mansfield East Stroudsburg Kutztown Edinboro Clarion Mercyhurst Shippensburg California(Pa.) Millersville Bloomsburg Lock Haven } Assists Slippery Rock Gannon Kutztown East Stroudsburg Edinboro Mansfield Mercyhurst Indiana(Pa.) California(Pa.) Shippensburg Clarion Lock Haven West Chester Cheyney Millersville Bloomsburg } Steals Kutztown East Stroudsburg Edinboro Gannon Bloomsburg California(Pa.) Cheyney Slippery Rock West Chester Mercyhurst Clarion Shippensburg Millersville Mansfield Indiana(Pa.) Lock Haven } Blocked Shots California(Pa.) Kutztown Mansfield Shippensburg East Stroudsburg Slippery Rock Edinboro Lock Haven Mercyhurst Gannon Cheyney Indiana(Pa.) Millersville Bloomsburg Clarion West Chester } Turnover Margin Kutztown Gannon California (Pa.) Edinboro East Stroudsburg Cheyney West Chester Slippery Rock Millersville Clarion Mercyhurst Indiana(Pa.) Bloomsburg Shippensburg Mansfield Lock Haven

39.6 40.2 37.5 37.6 37.2 39.2 37.4 36.0 34.9 37.0 34.6 33.3 34.9 31.7 GP 29 34 33 27 28 27 27 30 26 27 27 27 28 27 27 27 GP 33 27 28 34 27 26 27 29 28 27 27 27 27 27 30 27 GP 26 33 27 27 27 29 28 27 27 34 27 30 27 27 27 28 Own 471 477 348 441 444 367 409 431 414 395 395 409 475 440 409 403

32.5 +7.1 33.4 +6.7 32.1 +5.4 36.0 +1.6 36.6 +0.7 38.7 +0.4 37.0 +0.4 36.0 +0.0 35.0 ­0.1 37.6 ­0.6 37.3 ­2.7 38.2 ­4.9 40.6 ­5.7 38.8 ­7.1 No. Avg. 555 19.1 621 18.3 568 17.2 412 15.3 390 13.9 374 13.9 364 13.5 393 13.1 329 12.7 341 12.6 336 12.4 312 11.6 307 11.0 292 10.8 290 10.7 288 10.7 No. Avg. 322 9.8 255 94 258 9.2 301 8.9 224 8.3 206 7.9 209 7.7 223 7.7 203 7.3 184 6.8 183 6.8 176 6.5 176 6.5 156 5.8 173 5.8 151 5.6 No. Avg. 146 5.6 155 4.7 110 4.1 101 3.7 98 3.6 101 3.5 94 3.4 89 3.3 85 3.1 106 3.1 84 3.1 93 3.1 78 2.9 70 2.6 42 1.6 37 1.3 Opp Marg 595 +3.76 588 +3.26 427 +3.04 503 +2.21 488 +1.63 405 +1.41 445 +1.29 458 +0.93 419 +0.19 397 +0.07 394 ­0.04 402 ­0.23 466 ­0.33 406 ­1.26 370 ­1.44 348 ­2.04

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2008-09 Box Scores } Game 1

Edinboro 79, Chestnut Hill 61 WCU Tip-Off Classic at West Chester, PA November 15, 2008 Edinboro (1-0) Chris Bess, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Vlad Kovalevsky Bobby Stauffer Steve Cress team Totals

fg-fga 3­8 3­6 5­9 2­6 6­15 2­5 1­3 3­3 2­2

ft-fta 2­3 0­0 4­6 2­4 2­4 3­4 6­8 0­1 0­0

reb 7 6 4 5 6 4 6 1 1 2 42

pts 8 6 17 6 15 8 8 7 4

Chestnut Hill (0-1) fg-fga ft-fta reb Trenton Davidheiser,f 4­12 0­0 9 David Goode, f 0­4 0­0 2 Julian McFadden, g 8­11 5­9 4 Brandon Williams, g 2­6 4­5 1 Kevin Whaley, g 3­11 0­0 4 Larz Jeter 2­5 3­3 2 Bryant Lennon 1­3 0­0 1 Ryan Cook 0­1 0­0 2 Dan Comas 0­0 0­0 0 James Bercier 2­3 0­2 3 team 5 Totals 22-56 12-19 33 (39.3%) (63.2%)

pts 8 0 25 9 6 7 2 0 0 4

27-57 19-30 (47.4%) (63.3%)

79

61

HALFTIME: Edinboro 42, Chestnut Hill 29 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 6­16 (Cummings 3­5, Stauffer 1­1, Brown 1­2, Jones 1­5, Bryant 0­3), Chestnut Hill 5­17 (McFadden 4­4, Williams 1­4, Jeter 0­2, Lennon 0­2, Whaley

0­5). Assists: Edinboro 19 (Jones 6, Bryant 5, Cummings 3, Brown 3), Chestnut Hill 10 (Davidheiser 2, McFadden 2, Williams 2). Steals: Edinboro 13 (Bryant 4, Brown 3), Chestnut Hill 7 (Whaley 3, Cook 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Kovalevsky 3), Chestnut Hill 3 (Davidheiser 2, Goode 1). Turnovers: Edinboro 14, Chestnut Hill 17.

} Game 2

Edinboro 75, Bloomfield WCU Tip-Off Classic at West Chester, PA November 16, 2008 Edinboro (2-0) Chris Bess, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larry Bryant,g Joe Jones,g Kyree Brown Vlad Kovalevsky Bobby Stauffer Steve Cress team Totals Bloomfield (1-1) Roahn Sheppard,f Jeff Sawyerr, f Nnamdi Ahenaku,g Ahmad Harris,g Omari Knox, g Gage Daye Jimmy Lynch Elias Brantley Robert Young Wilson Pilarte Chris Sampson Emery Mitchell Woody, Eliezer team Totals

fg-fga 2­5 0­1 4­12 4­10 6­18 2­3 5­5 0­4 1­1

ft-fta 5­9 0­0 1­5 2­5 1­4 1­1 0­0 0­3 0­0

24-59 5-18 (40.7%) (60.0%) fg-fga 2­3 2­4 0­1 1­2 8­18 2­9 0­0 3­10 0­0 0­1 2­6 3­4 3­6

ft-fta 3­3 1­4 0­0 0­1 1­4 1­3 0­0 2­2 0­0 0­0 0­3 0­2 0­0

26-64 8-22 (40.6%)((36.4%)

reb 7 2 6 4 12 0 13 0 1 5 50

pts 9 0 16 11 16 5 12 1 4

reb 1 1 2 0 8 2 0 3 2 0 8 2 4 5 38

pts 7 5 0 2 20 5 0 9 0 0 4 7 6

74

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 36, Bloomfield 28 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5­18 (Bryant 2­5, Brown 1­1, Jones 1­4, Cummings 1­5, Stauffer 0­3), Bloomfield 5­16 (Knox 3­9, Brantley 1­2, Mitchell 1­2, Sawyer 0­1, Ahenaku 0­ 1, Daye 0­1). Assists: Edinboro 12 (Bryant 4, Jones 4), Bloomfield 8 (Daye 3, Ahenaku 2). Steals: Edinboro 9 (Cummings 3, Jones 3), Bloomfield 8 (Harris 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 0, Bloomfield 0 Turnovers: Edinboro 20, Bloomfield 19

} Game 3

Edinboro 85, Penn State Greater Allegheny 54 at Edinboro, PA November 22, 2008 Edinboro (3-0) Chris Bess, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larry Bryant,g Joe Jones,g Kyree Brown Vlad Kovalevsky Bobby Stauffer Andy Walczak Steve Cress Stefan Mueller team Totals

Senior guard Gil Cummings finished as the season-leading scorer at 15.6 ppg., good for tenth in the PSAC.

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PSU Gr. All. (0-4) Mike Simmons, f Larry Blumenthal, f

fg-fga 1­4 3­7 3­5 2­8 7­10 2­8 4­5 0­5 3­6 7­13 1­3

ft-fta 3­4 0­1 1­2 0­0 1­1 1­1 3­6 0­0 2­2 2­2 0­0

33-74 13-19 (44.6%) (68.4%) fg-fga 5­9 0­0

ft-fta 0­0 3­4

reb 3 6 5 4 2 6 5 1 4 4 2 2 44

pts 5 6 9 4 17 6 11 0 9 16 2

reb 1 5

pts 11 3

85

Joe Frometa, g 0­1 0­0 0 Rochon Washington, g 3­12 0­0 0 Khalid Hatcher, g 5­14 0­0 2 Darius Prince 1­6 2­4 4 Devon Brooks 0­3 0­0 4 Raymond Hall 2­3 1­2 3 Mike Hyland 2­5 1­2 1 Husani Thompson 1­5 1­2 7 Gian Gaston 2­2 0­0 7 team 7 Totals 21-60 8-14 41 (35.0%) (57.1%)

0 6 11 5 0 5 6 3 4 54

HALFTIME: Edinboro 45, PSU Greater Allegheny 21 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 6­19 (Cummings 2­3, Jones 2­ 3, Brown 1­3, Walczak 1­3, Bryant 0­3, Stauffer 0­4), PSUGA 4­20 (Simmons 1­2, Hatcher 1­3, Prince 1­3, Hyland 1­3, Brooks 0­1, Hall 0­1, Washington 0­7). Assists: Edinboro 24 (Bryant 5, Jones 5, Stauffer 5, Brown 4), PSUGA 9 (Hyland 4). Steals: Edinboro 14 (Bryant 4), PSUGA 7 (Blumenthal 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 5 (Kovalevsky 3), PSUGA 3 (Gaston 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 12, PSUGA 23.

} Game 4

Edinboro 78, Thiel 69 at Edinboro, PA November 30, 2008 Edinboro (4-0) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Steve Cress team Totals Thiel (1-4) Tommy Hall, f Brandon Mirizio, g Devon Adams, g Nick Sefscik, g Roddy Fuller, g Deon Briggs Brian Fals Cory Chaffee Alan George Wes Siko Sean Devinney Kebo Dowe team Totals

fg-fga 3­6 2­3 5­10 0­4 10­19 1­4 2­3 3­6 0­0

ft-fta 4­6 0­1 2­4 2­2 3­9 1­4 0­0 10­10 0­0

26-55 22-36 (47.3%) (61.1%) fg-fga 3­7 4­8 5­14 3­5 4­6 1­2 0­0 2­5 0­3 0­0 0­0 2­3

ft-fta 1­4 6­6 1­1 1­2 2­4 0­0 0­0 2­2 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0

24-53 13-19 (45.3%) (68.4%)

reb 4 5 5 4 1 3 0 8 1 2 33

pts 10 4 12 2 25 3 5 17 0

reb 5 4 3 7 5 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 2 33

pts 7 17 12 9 12 2 0 6 0 0 0 4

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 33, Thiel 22 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 4­19 (Jones 2­8, Stauffer 1­1, Bess 1­1, Brown 0­2, Bryant 0­3, Cummings 0­4), Thiel 8­12 (Mirizio 3­4, Fuller 2­2, Sefscik 2­3, Adams 1­3). Assists: Edinboro 19 (Bryant 10), Thiel 15 (Fuller 5, Hall 4). Steals: Edinboro 14 (Jones 4, Bess 3), Thiel 6 (Hall 2, Mirizio 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 5 (Kovalevsky 3), Thiel 2 (Hall). Turnovers: Edinboro 14, Thiel 24.

} Game 5

Edinboro 82, West Virginia Wesleyan 76 at Buckhannon, WV December 3, 2008 Edinboro (5-0) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown

fg-fga 3­4 4­7 3­11 2­4 13­22 0­2

ft-fta 0­2 1­2 3­6 0­0 4­7 0­0

reb 7 9 2 4 4 1

pts 6 9 9 6 34 0

Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10


Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

2008-09 Box Scores Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Andy Walczak team Totals

2­2 4­9 0­0

0­0 4­7 0­0

31-61 12-24 (50.8%) (50.0%)

0 7 1 2 37

WV Wesleyan (0-4)fg-fga ft-fta reb Ryan Hoehner, f 8­17 2­4 7 Neven Zeravica, c 6­9 1­2 7 E.J. Lucus, g 7­14 1­2 8 Jeral Thomas, g 2­5 2­2 8 Justin Caldwell, g 5­11 1­1 1 Steve Nichols 3­7 1­2 1 Jeff White 0­1 0­0 0 Caleb Ashley 1­3 0­0 2 team 3 Totals 32-67 8-13 37 (47.8%) (61.5%)

6 12 0 82 pts 18 13 16 6 12 9 0 2 76

HALFTIME: Edinboro 44, West Virginia Wesleyan 36 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 8­13 (Jones 4­6, Stauffer 2­2, Bryant 2­4, Cummings 0­1), West Virginia Wesleyan 4­11 (Nichols 2­3, Lucas 1­1, Caldwell 1­4, Thomas 0­1, Ashley 0­2). Assists: Edinboro 16 (Jones 5, Bryant 3, Cummings 3), West Virginia Wesleyan 18 (Zeravica 5, Caldwell 5). Steals: Edinboro 10 (Cummings 3, Bryant 3), West Virginia Wesleyan 10 (Thomas 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 0 West Virginia Wesleyan 1 (Ashley). Turnovers: Edinboro 18, West Virginia Wesleyan 25.

} Game 6

Edinboro 85, Lake Erie 78 at Edinboro, PA December 6, 2008 Edinboro (6-0) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Andy walczak team Totals Lake Erie (1-8) Derrick Thornton, f Rick Leasure, f Veljko Lalovic, c Ethan Bradshaw, g John Dickinson, g Matt Grendal Scott Aston Jimmy Phillis Evan Garrett Matt Moore team Totals

fg-fga 4­5 7­9 3­10 1­4 10­20 2­6 1­3 3­7 0­0

ft-fta 8­8 5­6 2­3 1­2 0­0 0­0 2­2 0­0 0­0 0­0

28-54 18-21 (51.9%) (85.7%)

reb 8 11 4 1 5 2 0 3 0 2 36

pts 9 15 11 3 27 7 3 10 0

reb 5 5 3 3 4 5 2 1 1 1 0 30

pts 33 18 4 5 4 4 8 2 0 0

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 41, Lake Erie 27 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 7­20 (Cummings 2­5, Bess 1­1, Stauffer 1­2, Brown 1­3, Bryant 1­4, Jones 1­5), Lake Erie 4­8 (Thornton 3­4, Leasure 1­2, Lalovic 0­1, Moore 0­1). Assists: Edinboro 14 (Cummings 4, Bryant 3, Jones 3), Lake Erie 13 (Bradshaw 3, Dickinson 3). Steals: Edinboro 9 (Jones 3), Lake Erie 5 (Aston 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Kovalevsky, Brown), Lake Erie 4 (Lalovic 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 13, Lake Erie 20.

} Game 7

Edinboro 75, Charleston(WV) 62 at Charleston , WV December 17, 2008 Edinboro (7-0) Vlad Kovalevsky, f

fg-fga 3­5

3­4 7­15 9­17 1­5 3­6 0­0 3­6 0­0

1­2 6­7 3­3 0­0 1­2 0­0 0­0 0­0

29-58 14-18 (50.0%) (77.8%)

1 6 2 10 0 2 5 0 5 35

Charleston(WV)(5-3)fg-fga ft-fta reb Ronald Kinney, f 5­9 0­0 3 Elmore Williams, f 1­2 2­2 2 Erik Armstrong, c 1­12 2­2 7 Dexter Morris, g 0­5 0­0 3 Anthony Anderson, g 3­12 1­2 6 James Eversley 1­3 0­4 3 Brandon Ross 6­14 1­2 11 Warren Wallace 8­13 2­2 2 team 6 Totals 25-70 8-14 43 (35.7%) (57.1%)

7 21 22 3 7 0 6 0 75 pts 12 4 4 0 7 2 13 20 62

HALFTIME: Edinboro 41, Charleston(WV) 27 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 3­13 (Brown 1­2, Jones 1­3, Cummings 1­6, Bryant 0­1, Bess 0­1), Charleston 4­11 (Kinney 2­3, Wallace 2­3, Eversley 0­1, Ross 0­1, Morris 0­2, Anderson 0­2). Assists: Edinboro 15 (Cummings 5, Bess 4, Bryant 4), Charleston 13 (Anderson 5, Wallace 4, Armstrong 3). Steals: Edinboro 12 (Jones 5, Bryant 4), Charleston 7 (Eversley 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 6 (Kovalevsky 2, Moore 2, Cress 2), Charleston 6 (Ross 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 20, Charleston 21.

} Game 8 ft-fta 1­2 1­3 3­4 0­0 6­9 2­4 0­2 3­4 0­0

31-64 16-28 (48.4%) (57.1%) fg-fga 11­17 6­11 1­3 2­5 2­4 2­3 3­8 1­1 0­1 0­1

Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Steve Cress team Totals

ft-fta 3­4

reb 4

pts 9

Edinboro 83, Urbana 62 at Edinboro, PA December 20, 2008 Edinboro (8-0) Chris Bess, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Bobby Stauffer Andy Walczak Steve Cress Stefan Mueller Totals Urbana (1-14) Milt Addison, f Charles Jefferson, g Harvey Stewart, g David Brown, g Craig Elston, g T.R. Ellis Ryan Slivert Marcus Pearl Corey Harvey Vitas Naudziunas Rob Matthews Lothario Jones team Totals

fg-fga 4­7 5­9 5­9 8­17 4­7 2­4 0­1 0­4 3­10 1­1

ft-fta 2­2 0­0 6­6 4­4 0­0 0­0 0­0 2­2 1­2 0­0

32-69 15-16 (46.4%) (93.8%) fg-fga 1­2 0­3 0­3 8­13 0­5 7­15 0­2 5­7 0­0 2­4 0­0 2­4

ft-fta 0­0 2­2 0­0 4­6 0­0 0­2 0­0 1­2 0­1 0­0 0­0 0­0

25-58 7-13 (43.1%) (53.8%)

reb 7 4 8 6 1 1 0 3 6 3 5 44

pts 10 10 17 22 8 5 0 2 7 2

reb 3 0 1 2 3 3 0 4 0 8 0 3 2 29

pts 2 2 0 22 0 17 0 11 0 4 0 4

at Philippi, WV December 30, 2008 Edinboro (8-1) Chris Bess, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Vlad Kovalevsky Bobby Stauffer Steve Cress team Totals A&B (7-1) Montel Lee, f Sam Liggins, g Terrell Eargle, g Stan Hall, g Zach Green, g Jordan Morrison Mark Summerfield team Totals

fg-fga 1­4 5­7 3­9 14­19 1­3 2­5 5­10 1­2 1­2

ft-fta 0­0 3­3 0­0 2­3 1­2 2­4 4­5 0­0 0­0

33-61 12-17 (54.1%) (70.6%) fg-fga 4­11 10­17 4­7 9­19 5­8 0­1 1­1

ft-fta 2­3 3­4 2­3 4­5 1­2 0­0 0­2

33-64 12-19 (51.6%) (63.2%)

reb 4 5 0 2 6 2 5 2 1 2 29

pts 2 13 6 32 3 8 14 3 2

reb 10 3 9 3 4 0 3 4 36

pts 10 28 10 22 12 0 3

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HALFTIME: Alderson­Broaddus 40, Edinboro 36 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5­16 (Bryant 2­4, Jones 2­5, Stauffer 1­2, Brown 0­1, Cummings 0­4), A&B 7­15 (Liggins 5­9, Green 1­3, Summerfield 1­1, Hall 0­1, Morrison 0­1). Assists: Edinboro 17 (Jones 7, Bryant 3), A&B 21 (Eargle 12, Green 3, Summerfield 3). Steals: Edinboro 15 (Bess 4, Jones 3, Bryant 3), A&B 9 (Lee 2, Liggins 2, Eargle 2, Hall 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 4 (Jones, Brown, Moore, Kovalevsky), A&B 2 (Eargle 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 16, Alderson­ Broaddus 20.

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 38, Urbana 22 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 4­15 (Jones 2­4, Bryant 1­2, Cummings 1­4, Cress 0­1, Stauffer 0­1, Walczak 0­1, Brown 0­ 2), Urbana 5­15 (Ellis 3­8, Brown 2­3, Pearl 0­1, Jefferson 0­1, Silvert 0­2). Assists: Edinboro 17 (Jones 5, Bryant 4), Urbana 8 (Addison 2, Naudziunas 2). Steals: Edinboro 11 (Jones 3, Bess 2, Cummings 2, Cress 2), Urbana 7 (Brown 3, Ellis 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 4 (Bess, Cummings, Walczak, Mueller), Urbana 7 (Naudziunas 4, Jones 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 14, Urbana 19.

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} Game 9

Alderson- Broaddus 85, Edinboro 83

Vlad Kovalevsky, a junior forward, averaged 7.6 ppg. and 6.3 rpg. in his first season as a full-time starter.

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2008-09 Box Scores } Game 10

} Game 11

Edinboro 86, Mansfield 77

Edinboro 94, Bloomsburg 78

at Edinboro, PA January 1, 2009

at Edinboro, PA January 4, 2009

Edinboro (9-1) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Steve Cress team Totals Mansfield (4- 4) Yuseff Carr, f Justin Simmons, g Donny Lyons, g Ryan Callahan, g Chris Pender, g Lavail Owens Chris Greene Cory Boone Tony Fannick team Totals

fg-fga 1­2 4­6 8­15 8­15 1­4 3­5 1­3 2­6 1­1

ft-fta 0­2 3­3 6­6 8­10 2­2 2­2 0­0 0­0 0­0

29-57 21-25 (50.9%) (84.0%) fg-fga 8­16 1­4 1­5 10­16 3­11 1­3 2­5 2­2 1­5

ft-fta 5­11 1­1 0­0 4­4 0­0 0­0 3­4 0­0 0­0

29-67 13-20 (43.3%) (65.0%)

reb 3 7 5 4 2 2 0 7 1 5 36

pts 2 11 25 25 5 10 2 4 2

reb 9 3 2 4 5 0 0 1 3 7 34

pts 21 3 2 27 8 2 7 4 3

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HALFTIME: Mansfield 40, Edinboro 32 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 7­14 (Cummings 3­4, Bryant 2­ 3, Brown 1­1, Jones 1­4, Stauffer 0­2), Mansfield 6­21 (Callahan 3­3, Pender 2­8, Fannick 1­5, Owens 0­1, Simmons 0­2, Greene 0­2). Assists: Edinboro 13 (Jones 5, Bryant 3) Mansfield 11 (Fannick 3, Pender 2, Owens 2, Greene 2). Steals: Edinboro 5 (Kovalevsky 2, Jones 2, Bryant 1), Mansfield 6 (Callahan 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 6 (Kovalevsky 4), Mansfield 4 (Pender 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 17, Mansfield 14.

Edinboro (10-1) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Steve Cress team Totals Bloomsburg (3-8) Dan Hoover, f Marko Vucajnk, c Ruben Britt, g Jesse Betar, g Ronnie Benson, g Mark Wartman Drew Jerry Jordan Wartman Andre Glover Michael Varanavage team Totals

fg-fga 0­1 5­9 10­15 8­15 3­6 1­3 1­1 1­3 3­5

ft-fta 2­4 0­1 9­10 1­2 7­8 0­0 0­0 4­5 0­0

32-58 23-30 (55.2%) (76.7%) fg-fga 3­8 0­1 5­10 1­3 5­9 0­1 2­6 6­8 0­1 6­15

ft-fta 3­5 0­0 4­4 1­1 4­4 0­0 1­3 0­1 0­0 3­5

28-62 16-23 (45.2%) (69.6%)

reb 5 7 9 4 4 2 0 1 2 3 37

pts 2 10 30 20 13 3 3 6 7

reb 6 2 4 2 4 2 4 1 0 1 4 30

pts 9 0 15 3 15 0 5 15 0 16

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 43, Bloomsburg 26 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 7­16 (Jones 3­7, Cress 1­1, Stauffer 1­1, Bryant 1­1, Cummings 1­4, Bess 0­1, Brown 0­1), Bloomsburg 6­21 (J. Wartman 3­5, Britt 1­2, Benson 1­2, Varanavage 1­7, Betar 0­1, Glover 0­1, Jerry 0­3). Assists: Edinboro 21 (Jones 6, Cummings 4, Brown 4), Bloomsburg 12 (Jerry 4, Varanavage 3, Hoover 2, Betar 2). Steals: Edinboro 7 (Cummings 2, Brown 2), Bloomsburg 1 (M. Wartman). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Kovalevsky, Cress), Bloomsburg 1 (Britt). Turnovers: Edinboro 13, Bloomsburg 16.

} Game 12

Kutztown 91, Edinboro 85 at Kutztown, PA January 10, 2009 Edinboro (10-2) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Steve Cress team Totals

Senior guard Kyree Brown provided a strong defensive presence while averaging 3.5 ppg. in 27 games.

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Kutztown (10-2) Mark Bower, f Ryan Washington, f Stephen Dennis, g Andre Woodlin, g Dave Ben, g Steve Coffey Julius Gray Ryan White Jordan Wenner Jeremy Coombs team Totals

fg-fga 6­8 4­6 2­11 9­19 2­7 0­3 1­2 4­5 3­5

ft-fta 1­2 1­4 5­7 5­9 1­2 0­0 0­0 2­2 0­0

31-66 15-26 (47.0%) (57.7%) fg-fga 0­5 11­16 9­20 6­13 4­13 0­0 4­6 0­1 0­0 0­1

ft-fta 1­2 4­5 9­10 4­8 2­2 0­0 0­1 0­0 1­2 0­0

34-75 21-30 (45.3%) (70.0%)

reb 10 7 4 6 3 2 1 2 2 5 42

pts 13 9 11 27 5 0 3 11 6

reb 4 15 5 6 5 0 2 1 1 0 7 46

pts 1 26 27 16 10 0 10 0 1 0

85

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 48, Kutztown 36 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 8­18 (Jones 4­8, Cummings 2­5, Stauffer 1­1, Bess 1­1, Bryant 0­3), Kutztown 2­13 (Gray 2­ 2, Woodlin 0­2, Bower 0­2, Ben 0­4, Dennis 0­3, ). Assists: Edinboro 18 (Jones 5, Stauffer 3), Kutztown 16 (Woodlin 4, Dennis 3, Ben 3, Washington 3). Steals: Edinboro 9 (Cummings 2, Bryant 2), Kutztown 11 (Ben 4, Gray 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Jones, Kovalevsky), Kutztown 6 (Washington 4). Turnovers: Edinboro 20, Kutztown 18.

} Game 13

East Stroudsburg 68, Edinboro 63 at East Stroudsburg, PA January 11, 2009 Edinboro (10-3) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Andy Walczak Steve Cress team Totals

fg-fga 5­9 2­8 4­14 6­16 2­4 1­2 0­2 0­0 0­0 2­2

ft-fta 3­4 2­2 5­6 4­6 2­3 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0

reb 16 4 2 4 2 3 0 0 0 3 3 37

pts 13 6 13 18 6 3 0 0 0 4

East Stroudsburg(9-4)fg-fga ft-fta reb Aaron Pinckney, f 1­3 4­5 7 Chris Bach, f 3­8 4­4 11 Dawud Lyons, g 6­12 5­9 7 Pat Fleury, g 3­7 4­6 2 Mike DeMarco, g 2­5 2­4 5 Darnell Moore 0­4 0­0 2 Robby Pines 0­2 2­4 1 Mike Tobin 2­5 0­2 5 Andy Heimbach 2­10 0­0 3 Eric Bryan 1­1 1­4 1 team 4 Totals 20-57 22-38 48 (35.1%) (57.9%)

pts 6 10 19 11 7 0 2 5 5 3

22-57 16-21 (38.6%) (76.2%)

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 36, East Stroudsburg 27 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 3­13 (Jones 2­6, Bryant 1­2, Brown 0­1, Cummings 0­4), ESU 6­20 (Lyons 2­3, DeMarco 1­ 2, Tobin 1­2, Fleury 1­3, Heimbach 1­8, Pines 0­1, Pinckney 0­1). Assists: Edinboro 7 (Bryant 2), ESU 11 (Fleury 3, DeMarco 2, Bach 2). Steals: Edinboro 9 (Jones 3, Bryant 2), ESU 14 (Fleury 4, Pines 3, Lyons 2, DeMarco 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 1 (Jones 1), ESU 7 (Bach 4). Turnovers: Edinboro 23, East Stroudsburg 23.

} Game 14

Edinboro 87, Lock Haven 72 at Edinboro, PA January 14, 2009 Edinboro (11-3) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Steve Cress team Totals

fg-fga 6­7 6­12 6­10 6­14 0­2 6­8 1­1 1­2 1­3

ft-fta 2­4 0­0 1­2 6­8 0­0 4­5 0­0 0­0 0­0

33-59 13-19 (55.9%) (68.4%)

Lock Haven (2-11) fg-fga Warren Christian, f 3­9 Eric Brennan, f 6­15 Billy Arre, f 6­16 Jarrell Spence, g 3­6 Kelvin Mclean, g 7­10 Andrija Topic 0­0

ft-fta 4­6 4­6 3­4 0­2 0­0 0­0

reb 11 10 2 5 2 1 0 0 3 2 36

pts 14 12 16 20 0 18 3 2 2

reb 12 1 4 1 4 0

pts 10 16 18 8 18 0

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Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

2008-09 Box Scores Andres Carpio David Blackwell team Totals

1­3 0­1

0­0 0­0

26-60 11-18 (43.3%) (61.1%)

3 0 5 30

2 0 72

HALFTIME: Edinboro 38, Lock Haven 31 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 8­16 (Cummings 3­4, Bryant 2­3, Jones 2­5,Stauffer 1­1,Cress 0­1, Brown 0­2), Lock Haven 9­20 (McLean 4­7, Arre 3­7, Spence 2­4, Carpio 0­2). Assists: Edinboro 17 (Jones 5, Bryant 5, Cummings 3), Lock Haven 15 (Brennan 5, Carpio 4, McLean 3). Steals: Edinboro 11 (Kovalevsky 3, Bryant 3), Lock Haven 7 (Brennan 2, Spence 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Kovalevsky 2), Lock Haven 5 (Christian 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 17, Lock Haven 18.

} Game 15

Edinboro 85, Slippery Rock 82 at Slippery Rock, PA January 17, 2009 Edinboro (12-3) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Steve Cress team Totals

fg-fga 2­4 2­5 7­17 9­19 0­1 3­9 1­1 3­6 0­0

ft-fta 0­0 1­3 8­12 5­7 0­0 4­6 0­0 2­2 0­1

reb 2 3 4 4 0 3 1 2 0 11 30

pts 4 5 24 27 0 13 3 9 0

Slippery Rock (11-4)fg-fga ft-fta reb Maron Brown, f 2­2 1­2 7 Michael Evans, g 6­10 0­0 1 Kyle Camper, g 8­11 7­9 5 Maurice Douglas, g 3­7 8­8 2 Denell Stephens, g 9­20 4­4 9 Gary Satterwhite 0­1 0­0 7 Jamar Scales 1­4 0­0 2 Erroll Robinson 0­1 0­0 0 Jade Burka 0­0 0­0 0 team 4 Totals 29-56 20-23 37 (51.8%) (87.0%)

pts 5 14 23 16 22 0 2 0 0

27-62 20-31 (43.5%) (64.5%)

85

82

HALFTIME: Slippery Rock 43, Edinboro 33 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 11­20 (Jones 4­8, Bryant 3­6, Cummings 2­4, Stauffer 1­1, Bess 1­1 ), Slippery Rock 4­15 (Douglas 2­3, Evans 2­5, Camper 0­1, Scales 0­1, Robinson 0­1, Stephens 0­4). Assists: Edinboro 10 (Bryant 3, Cummings 2, Jones 2, Stauffer 2), Slippery Rock 14 (Camper 9). Steals: Edinboro 7 (Brown 2, Bryant 2), Slippery Rock 4 (Camper 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Jones 2, Bryant 2), Slippery Rock 6 (Camper 2, Brown 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 14, Slippery Rock 20.

} Game 16

Mercyhurst 76, Edinboro 71 ot at Edinboro, PA January 21, 2009 Edinboro (12-4) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown, g Larry Bryant Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess team Totals

fg-fga 3­8 3­10 4­13 2­8 7­26 0­0 0­0 3­6

6­10 4­12 0­1 3­9 0­1 2­3 0­2

2­2 6­8 0­2 1­2 0­0 0­0 0­0

28-58 13-22 (57.1%) (37.5%)

2 2 1 5 0 1 2 2 42

17 15 0 9 0 4 0 76

HALFTIME: Mercyhurst 32, Edinboro 29 REGULATION: Edinboro 62, Mercyhurst 62 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5­19 (Cummings 2­6, Bess 1­3, Bryant 1­4, Jones 1­6), Mercyhurst 7­19 (Nnadili 3­5, Wise 2­6, Engelmann 1­3, McTear 1­4, Terry 0­1 ). Assists: Edinboro 6 (Bryant 3, Cummings 2), Mercyhurst 17 (McTear 8, Nnadili 5). Steals: Edinboro 7 (Moore 2, Jones 2), Mercyhurst 5 (Engelmann 2, Nnadili 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 1 (Jones), Mercyhurst 3 (Armstrong 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 12, Mercyhurst 15.

} Game 17

Edinboro 56, California(Pa.) 52 at California, PA January 24, 2009 Edinboro (13-4) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Andy Walczak team Totals

fg-fga 0­3 2­9 6­13 3­7 10­17 0­2 0­0 1­2 0­0

Totals Gannon (15-2) Tyler Stoczynski, f Dave Wilson, f Joe Lindsay, g Pierre Howard, g George Johnson, g Cory Knight Mark Demski Alfonso Scandrett team Totals

21-49 16-20 29 (42.9%) (80.0%) fg-fga 3­6 5­6 2­12 8­18 2­4 3­6 1­1 1­4

ft-fta 5­5 0­2 1­2 3­3 0­0 0­0 0­1 0­0

65

reb 8 4 3 5 1 3 4 2 4 34

pts 12 10 6 20 5 9 2 2

reb 6 5 3 3 3 5 7 7 2 1

pts 10 14 9 7 13 4 7 12 0 2

25-57 9-13 66 (43.9%) (69.2%) HALFTIME: Gannon 30, Edinboro 25 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 7­17 (Jones 2­4, Cummings 2­ 5, Bryant 2­7, Stauffer 1­1, ), Gannon 7­12 (Knight 3­4, Johnson 1­1, Howard 1­2, Stoczynski 1­2, Lindsay 1­3). Assists: Edinboro 11 (Cummings 3, Bryant 3, Jones 3), Gannon 17 (Howard 6, Demski 4). Steals: Edinboro 10 (Jones 3, Bryant 2, Kovalevsky 2), Gannon 10 (Lindsay 3, Stoczynski 2, Johnson 2, Demski 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 9 (Moore 4, Kovalevsky 3), Gannon 1 (Stoczynski). Turnovers: Edinboro 15, Gannon 16.

} Game 19 ft-fta 0­0 2­2 2­3 1­2 0­1 1­3 0­0 0­1 0­0

reb 4 13 3 5 7 2 0 3 2 4 43

pts 0 6 15 9 23 1 0 2 0

California(Pa)(11-4) fg-fga ft-fta reb Kenny Johnson, f 2­6 2­3 5 Kelsey Williams, f 4­8 1­6 6 Jesse Brooks, g 1­5 0­0 1 Julian Logan, g 1­4 0­2 2 Travon Vann, g 3­8 3­5 4 Joe Berenato 1­5 0­0 2 Jerial Nixon 4­14 4­5 5 Chris Moore 2­3 0­0 3 Tanyen Pearson 0­0 0­0 0 Samba Fall 1­2 1­2 3 team 3 Totals 19-55 11-23 34 (34.5%) (47.8%)

pts 6 9 3 2 9 3 13 4 0 3

22-53 6-12 (41.5%) (50.0%)

56

Edinboro 78, Clarion 59 at Clarion, PA January 31, 2009 Edinboro (14-5) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Andy Walczak Steve Cress

fg-fga 5­10 6­8 3­9 2­3 5­8 1­7 2­5 6­9 0­0 1­4

ft-fta 0­1 2­5 2­3 3­4 0­0 2­4 2­2 0­0 0­0 0­1

52

HALFTIME: Edinboro 25, California(Pa.) 25 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 6­15 (Jones 3­6, Bryant 2­4, Cummings 1­4, Brown 0­1), Cal 3­16 (Berenato 1­2, Brooks 1­ 4, Nixon 1­6, Johnson 0­2, Vann 0­2). Assists: Edinboro 10 (Bryant 5, Jones 3), Cal 12 (Johnson 5, Brooks 2, Logan 2). Steals: Edinboro 6 (Brown 2,Jones 2), Cal 7 (Brooks 2, Nixon 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 4 (Moore 3), Cal 8 (Moore 4). Turnovers: Edinboro 19, California 11.

} Game 18 ft-fta 3­6 2­2 10­13 1­3 4­6 0­2 2­2 0­0

22-71 22-34 (30.3%) (62.5%)

Mercyhurst (13-3) fg-fga Jordan Armstrong, f 7­9 Elliot Engelmann, f 6­11

Nnamdi Nnadili, g Brian McTear, g Stu Anglum, g Jeremiah Wise Anthony Terry Ryann Bradford Iddo Cohen team Totals

ft-fta 2­4 2­4

reb 11 10 12 2 5 1 1 5 1 48

pts 9 8 20 6 19 0 2 7

reb 14 13

pts 16 15

71

Gannon 66, Edinboro 65 at Edinboro, PA January 28, 2009 Edinboro (13-5) Vlad Kovalevsky,f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings,g Larry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Steve Cress team

Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

fg-fga 1­3 4­8 5­14 3­9 7­12 0­0 1­2 0­1 0­0

ft-fta 1­2 3­3 6­7 2­2 3­4 1­2 0­0 0­0 0­0

reb 4 8 8 3 2 1 2 0 0 1

pts 3 11 18 10 19 1 3 0 0

Senior guard Larry Bryant averaged 8.1 ppg. with 91 assists.

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2008-09 Box Scores team Totals Clarion (9-10) Damon Gross, f Shameel Carty, f Josh Yanke, c Mike Sherry, g Ron Hollis, g Marcus Robinson Aaron Trail Lonnie Perry David Blanks Paul McQueen Sean Corley team Totals

1 31-63 11-20 43 (49.2%) (55.0%) fg-fga 1­2 0­6 0­4 1­1 6­7 1­5 1­7 4­6 4­8 2­5 1­2

ft-fta 2­2 4­4 2­2 2­2 1­1 0­2 0­0 0­1 0­0 0­0 1­1

21-53 12-15 (39.6%) (80.0%)

reb 4 9 1 0 2 1 2 3 2 6 1 0 31

78 pts 4 4 2 4 15 2 2 8 11 4 3 59

HALFTIME: Edinboro 49, Clarion 25 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5­12 (Jones 3­4, Cummings 1­2, Stauffer 1­2, Bryant 0­1, Cress 0­1, Brown 0­2), Clarion 5­18 (Blanks 3­6, Hollis 2­3, Trail 0­1, Robinson 0­2, Yanke 0­3, Carty 0­3). Assists: Edinboro 16 (Bryant 5, Jones 4), Clarion 13 (Gross 2, Sherry 2, Blanks 2, Corley 2). Steals: Edinboro 10 (Cummings 2, Bryant 2, Jones 2, Kovalevsky 2), Clarion 4 (Sherry, Robinson, Trail, Perry). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 4 (Moore 2), Clarion 4 (Perry 4). Turnovers: Edinboro 13, Clarion 17.

} Game 20

3­4 3­3 0­0 0­0 0­0

27-54 22-28 (50.0%) (78.6%)

3 1 0 0 3 3 29

Indiana(Pa.) (16-4) fg-fga ft-fta reb Gerald Brooks, f 8­16 6­7 4 Darryl Webb, f 9­16 0­0 9 Thomas Young, g 3­7 1­2 9 Ashton Smith, g 1­6 0­0 0 Sean christiansen, g 4­6 1­2 0 Joe Rocco 0­0 0­0 0 Julian Sanders 4­15 1­1 6 Maurice Polen 2­3 2­2 6 team 6 Totals 31-69 11-14 40 (44.9%) (78.6%)

17 23 0 0 4 83 pts 22 20 7 2 10 0 11 6 78

HALFTIME: Indiana(Pa.) 34, Edinboro 33 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 7­16 (Bryant 4­5, Jones 2­4, Cummings 1­3, Stauffer 0­2, Bess 0­2), IUP 5­14 (Webb 2­4, Sanders 2­8, Christiansen 1­1, Smith 0­1). Assists: Edinboro 11 (Cummings 3, Stauffer 3), IUP 16 (Smith 6, Young 4). Steals: Edinboro 8 (Kovalevsky 2, Bryant 2, Jones 2), IUP 6 (Webb 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Kovalevsky 2), IUP 2 (Brooks, Webb). Turnovers: Edinboro 11, IUP 13.

Edinboro 87, Lock Haven 73

at Edinboro, PA February 4, 2009 fg-fga 4­5 2­6 5­10

5­6 9­17 0­1 0­2 2­7

} Game 21

Edinboro 83, Indiana(Pa.) 78 Edinboro (15-5) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g

Larry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess team Totals

at Lock Haven, PA February 7, 2009 ft-fta 5­6 2­4 9­11

reb 7 6 6

pts 13 6 20

Edinboro (16-5) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larrry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Andy Walczak Steve Cress team Totals

fg-fga 3­6 5­8 7­13 4­7 7­11 0­1 0­2 1­3 0­1 3­3

reb 10 7 3 5 7 2 1 3 3 1 1 43

pts 6 10 17 11 27 4 0 6 0 6

Lock Haven (3-18) fg-fga ft-fta reb Warren Christian, f 4­10 1­6 5 Eric Brennan, f 4­12 1­2 4 Billy Arre, f 7­15 8­8 4 Jarrell Spence, g 0­2 0­2 1 Kelvin McLean, g 7­12 0­0 3 Andrija Topic 0­0 0­0 1 Andres Carpio 2­7 0­0 0 David Blackwell 2­3 2­2 1 Eli Hanna 0­0 0­0 1 team 4 Totals 26-61 12-20 24 (42.6%) (60.0%)

pts 9 9 26 0 17 0 4 8 0

30-55 24-30 (54.5%) (80.0%)

87

73

} Game 22

Edinboro 72, Mercyhurst 68

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2­3 3­12 2­6 7­11 1­1 1­1 0­3

5­7 2­6 3­5 8­10 0­0 0­0 7­8

19-42 28-41 (45.2%) (68.3%)

2 7 6 2 2 0 3 4 28

Mercyhurst (15-7) fg-fga ft-fta reb Jordan Armstrong, f 4­5 2­2 6 Elliot Engelmann, f 7­12 0­0 5 Nnamdi Nnadili, g 4­9 2­2 5 Jeremiah Wise, g 2­7 1­2 3 Stu Anglum, g 3­6 1­2 2 Brian McTear 3­10 0­2 0 Niv Zinder 0­0 0­0 0 Anthony Terry 1­4 1­2 7 Ryann Bradford 2­3 0­0 1 Eric Travis 0­0 0­0 1 team 6 Totals 26-56 7-12 36 (46.4%) (58.3%)

9 10 8 24 3 2 7 72 pts 10 16 13 7 7 7 0 3 5 0 68

HALFTIME: Edinboro 35, Mercyhurst 32 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 6­15 (Jones 2­5, Cummings 2­ 6, Brown 1­1, Bryant 1­3), Mercyhurst 9­30 (Nnadili 3­7, Wise 2­5, Engelmann 2­7, Bradford 1­1, McTear 1­7, Terry 0­1, Anglum 0­2). Assists: Edinboro 9 (Bryant 5), Mercyhurst 13 (Engelmann 3, Anglum 3). Steals: Edinboro 5 (Jones 3), Mercyhurst 3 (Anglum 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Moore 2), Mercyhurst 2 (Armstrong 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 13, Mercyhurst 19.

} Game 23 ft-fta 0­0 0­0 1­4 0­2 2­5 0­0 0­1 0­0 0­0 0­0

HALFTIME: Edinboro 43, Lock Haven 28 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 3­12 (Jones 2­5, Cummings 1­ 4, Stauffer 0­1, Bryant 0­2), Lock Haven 9­20 (Arre 4­7, McLean 3­5, Blackwell, 2­3, Spence 0­2, Carpio 0­3). Assists: Edinboro 5 (Jones 2), Lock Haven 13 (Christian 4, Brennan 4). Steals: Edinboro 8 (Jones 4, Bryant 2), Lock Haven 5 (Arre 3, Mclean 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 1 (Kovalevsky), Lock Haven 2 (Brennan, Arre). Turnovers: Edinboro 15, Lock Haven 15.

Justin Moore returned after a two-year absence to provide Edinboro with a huge boost in the frontcourt.

Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larrry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess team Totals

Slippery Rock 96, Edinboro 90 ot at Edinboro, PA February 14, 2009 Edinboro (17-6) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Larrry Bryant, g Joe Jones, g Kyree Brown Bobby Stauffer Chris Bess Steve Cress team Totals

fg-fga 1­4 8­16 7­14 4­13 9­20 0­0 1­5 3­5 0­1

ft-fta 0­0 3­7 8­9 3­5 3­4 0­0 0­0 2­3 0­0

reb 8 11 4 4 7 1 3 4 1 3 46

pts 2 19 24 12 22 0 2 9 0

Slippery Rock (16-7) fg-fga ft-fta reb Maron Brown, f 8­13 0­3 14 Kyle Camper, g 6­9 4­4 3 Maurice Douglas, g 5­16 2­4 6 Michael Evans, g 6­15 4­5 5 Denell Stephens, g 10­16 6­7 9 Gary Satterwhite 0­1 0­0 2 Jamar Scales 1­1 0­0 3 Erroll Robinson 0­4 2­2 1 team 5 Totals 36-75 18-25 48 (48.0%) (72.0%)

pts 16 18 14 18 26 0 2 2

33-78 19-28 (42.3%) (67.9%)

90

96

HALFTIME: Edinboro 38, Slippery Rock 33 REGULATION: Edinboro 76, Slippery Rock 76. Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5­17 (Cummings 2­4, Bess 1­1, Bryant 1­4, Jones 1­6, Stauffer 0­2), Slippery Rock 6­24 (Camper 2­3, Douglas 2­9, Evens 2­9, Robinson 0­3). Assists: Edinboro 15 (Bryant 7, Stauffer 4), Slippery Rock 19 (Camper 10, Douglas 4). Steals: Edinboro 6 (Cummings 3, Stauffer 2), Slippery Rock 7 (Douglas 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 4 (Moore 4), Slippery Rock 5 (Camper 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 17, Slippery Rock 17.

at Erie, PA February 11, 2009 Edinboro (17-5) Vlad Kovalevsky, f

fg-fga 3­5

ft-fta 3­5

reb 2

pts 9

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Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

2008-09 Box Scores } Game 24

} Game 26

} Game 28

Gannon 79, Edinboro 62

Indiana(Pa.) 78, Edinboro 71

Gannon 89, Edinboro 75

at Erie, PA February 11, 2009

at Indiana, PA February 25, 2009

PSAC Quarterfinals at Erie, PA March 3, 2009

Edinboro (17-7) Chris Bess, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Joe Jones, g Bobby Stauffer, g Kyree Brown Vlad Kovalevsky Steve Cress team Totals Gannon (21-3) Kyle Goldcamp, f Tyler Stoczynski, f Joe Lindsey, g Pierre Howard, g George Johnson, g Cory Knight Mark Demski Alfonso Scandrett Dave Wilson team Totals

fg-fga 5­10 2­7 5­12 3­16 4­9 0­2 1­6 0­1

ft-fta 4­4 0­2 2­2 3­4 0­0 1­2 4­6 0­0

20-63 14-20 (31.7%) (70.0%) fg-fga 10­19 2­4 5­14 5­7 1­8 4­8 0­0 0­1 0­1

ft-fta 3­5 2­2 6­6 4­6 2­2 2­2 2­2 0­0 0­0

27-62 21-25 (43.5%) (84.0%)

reb 5 8 1 6 0 2 5 0 7 28

pts 17 4 15 9 10 1 6 0

reb 11 7 3 2 10 5 2 0 3 6 49

pts 23 7 18 14 4 11 2 0 0

72

79

HALFTIME: Gannon 37, Edinboro 24 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 8­20 (Bess 3­4, Cummings 3­ 6, Stauffer 2­6, Jones 0­4), Gannon 4­14 (Lindsey 2­6, Stoczynski 1­2, Knight 1­2, Howard 0­1, Johnson 0­3). Assists: Edinboro 13 (Stauffer 5, Jones 4), Gannon 16 (Johnson 4, Knight 4). Steals: Edinboro 9 (Stauffer 3), Gannon 7 (Lindsey 2, Johnson 2, Howard 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 7 (Jones 3), Gannon 3 (Goldcamp 3). Turnovers: Edinboro 18, Gannon 21.

fg-fga 0­2 3­9 5­12 3­6 11­22 5­11 0­0 1­5

ft-fta 0­0 2­2 2­3 1­1 1­3 0­1 0­0 3­4

reb 3 14 0 2 6 4 1 6 3 39

pts 0 8 13 8 25 12 0 5

Indiana(Pa.) (21-5) fg-fga ft-fta reb Gerald Brooks, f 4­14 3­4 8 Maurice Polen, f 1­3 2­2 7 Thomas Young, g 8­13 3­8 9 Justin Gartner, g 0­1 0­0 0 Sean Christiansen, g 3­5 7­8 1 Darryl Webb 3­6 2­3 8 Julian Sanders 6­9 0­0 2 Ashton Smith 2­6 1­4 2 team 3 Totals 27-57 18-29 40 (47.4%) (62.1%)

pts 11 4 19 0 15 8 16 5

28-67 9-14 (41.8%) (64.3%)

71

78

HALFTIME: Indiana(Pa.) 36, Edinboro 31 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 6­21 (Bryant 2­7, Jones 2­7, Cummings 1­3, Stauffer 1­4), IUP 6­13 (Sanders 4­6, Christiansen 2­3, Webb 0­1, Brooks 0­1, Gartner 0­1, Smith 0­ 1). Assists: Edinboro 9 (Jones 4, Bess 2), IUP 14 (Smith 6, Young 3). Steals: Edinboro 7 (Bryant 3), IUP 7 (Smith 3, Young 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Jones, Moore), IUP 6 (Webb 3, Young 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 18, IUP 15.

} Game 27

Edinboro 88, Clarion 79

} Game 25

California(Pa.) 73, Edinboro 72 at Edinboro, PA February 21, 2009 Edinboro (17-8) Chris Bess, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Bobby Stauffer, g Joe Jones, g Vlad Kovalevsky Kyree Brown Larry Bryant Steve Cress team Totals

Edinboro (17-9) Vlad Kovalevsky, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Bobby Stauffer, g Joe Jones, g Larry Bryant Kyree Brown Chris Bess team Totals

fg-fga 2­6 6­11 3­9 3­5 4­13 4­7 2­3 2­4 1­4

ft-fta 4­4 0­0 4­4 0­0 0­1 1­2 0­1 2­2 0­0

reb 6 4 5 2 2 5 4 1 1 6 36

pts 9 12 12 7 9 9 5 7 2

California(Pa)(12-12)fg-fga ft-fta reb Chris Moore, f 4­8 0­0 5 Kelsey Williams, f 9­18 0­1 8 Jesse Brooks, g 1­4 0­0 2 Julian Logan, g 5­11 2­3 7 Jerial Nixon, g 8­15 3­4 5 Kenny Johnson 0­2 1­2 2 Joe Berenato 2­6 0­0 2 Tanyen Pearson 1­3 0­0 1 team 10 Totals 30-67 6-10 42 (44.8%) (60.0%)

pts 8 18 3 12 24 1 5 2

27-62 11-14 (43.5%) (78.6%)

72

73

HALFTIME: Edinboro 39, California(Pa.) 27 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 7­18 (Cummings 2­5, Brown 1­ 1, Bess 1­2, Stauffer 1­2, Bryant 1­3, Jones 1­5), Cal 7­15 (Nixon 5­7, Brooks 1­2, Berenato 1­4, Johnson 0­2). Assists: Edinboro 19 (Jones 7, Stauffer 5), Cal 20 (Logan 5, Johnson 4). Steals: Edinboro 6 (Bess 2,Stauffer 2), Cal 8 (Logan 2, Moore 2, Nixon 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 4 (Moore 3), Cal 9 (Moore 6). Turnovers: Edinboro 13, California 15.

Edinboro (18-10) fg-fga ft-fta reb Chris Bess, f 4­8 1­2 3 Justin Moore, f 4­9 0­0 5 Gil Cummings, g 6­16 0­0 3 Joe Jones, g 7­16 0­0 4 Bobby Stauffer 2­3 0­0 0 Larry Bryant 4­7 3­4 1 Vlad Kovalevsky 3­6 2­2 4 team 4 Totals 30-65 6-8 24 (46.2%) (75.0%)

pts 11 8 14 15 5 14 8

Gannon (25-3) Kyle Goldcamp, f Tyler Stoczynski, f Joe Lindsey, g Pierre Howard, g George Johnson, g Cory Knight Mark Demski Alfonso Scandrett Dave Wilson Preston Harris team Totals

pts 15 14 5 29 14 8 2 0 2 0

fg-fga 7­17 5­7 2­4 13­21 6­7 2­3 1­1 0­0 1­1 0­0

ft-fta 1­3 3­5 1­1 2­2 0­0 4­5 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0

37-61 11-16 (60.7%) (68.8%)

reb 9 4 4 6 3 3 1 0 2 0 5 37

75

89

HALFTIME: Gannon 49, Edinboro 32 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 9­24 (Bryant 3­5, Bess 2­4, Cummings 2­6, Stauffer 1­2, Jones 1­7), Gannon 4­11 (Johnson 2­3, Stoczynski 1­1, Howard 1­4, Knight 0­1, Lindsey 0­2). Assists: Edinboro 14 (Jones 10), Gannon 22 (Lindsey 7, Stoczynski 6, Howard 4). Steals: Edinboro 11 (Jones 3, Bryant 2, Kovalevsky 2), Gannon 12 (Stoczynski 4, Lindsey 4). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Moore, Cummings, Jones ), Gannon 4 (Howard 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 15, Gannon 17.

at Edinboro, PA February 28, 2009 Edinboro (18-9) Chris Bess, f Justin Moore, f Gil Cummings, g Bobby Stauffer, g Joe Jones, g Larry Bryant Kyree Brown Vlad Kovalevsky Steve Cress team Totals Clarion (11-16) Lonnie Perry, f Josh Yanke, c Mike Sherry, g Ron Hollis, g Aaron Trail, g David Blanks Paul McQueen Sean Corley Shameel Carty Greg Parker team Totals

fg-fga 6­9 4­5 4­10 2­5 6­12 4­9 1­2 0­1 0­0

ft-fta 3­4 3­4 4­6 1­2 11­15 0­0 0­0 4­4 0­0

27-53 26-35 (50.9%) (74.3%) fg-fga 0­2 2­9 5­14 9­15 7­12 1­4 5­10 1­5 1­1 0­0

ft-fta 0­0 2­2 0­0 2­2 4­4 0­0 1­1 0­0 0­0 0­0

31-72 9-9 (43.1%)(100.0%)

reb 8 17 3 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 38

pts 16 11 13 7 23 11 3 4 0

reb 7 5 4 3 1 0 5 3 1 0 6 35

pts 0 6 12 24 19 2 11 2 3 0

88

79

HALFTIME: Clarion 42, Edinboro 34 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 8­24 (Bryant 3­7, Stauffer 2­4, Brown 1­2, Bess 1­3, Cummings 1­4, Jones 0­4), Clarion 8­20 (Hollis 4­7, Sherry 2­6, Carty 1­1, Trail 1­4, Blanks 0­1, McQueen 0­1). Assists: Edinboro 14 (Jones 4, Stauffer 4, Cummings 3), Clarion 11 (Hollis 5). Steals: Edinboro 10 (Stauffer 4, Bess 2, Bryant 2), Clarion 2 (Sherry, Blanks). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 5 (Kovalevsky 2), Clarion 0. Turnovers: Edinboro 17, Clarion 15.

Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

Bobby Stauffer played well as starting point guard the final five games.

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Senior Bios

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Kyree Brown Guard 6’2” 195 lbs. Senior Philadelphia, PA Friends Central HS

Year

G-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-3FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

2005­06* 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

18­0 29­0 21­2 27­9

3­13 44­135 13­52 28­86

.231 .326 .250 .326

1­5 7­33 8­27 9­28

.200 .212 .296 .321

1­2 44­66 13­19 29­50

.500 .667 .684 .580

12 85 35 68

0.7 2.9 1.7 2.5

3 32 7 34

2 41 19 35

0 1 0 2

2 14 7 17

5­0 49­0 23­0 33­1

8 139 47 94

0.4 4.8 2.2 3.5

85-273 88-286

.311 .308

24-88 25-93

.273 .269

86-135 87-137

.637 .635

188 200

2.4 2.1

73 76

95 97

3 3

38 40

105-1 110-1

280 288

3.3 3.0

at Edinboro77-11 Career 95-11

* at Eastern Illinois

3

Larry Bryant Guard 6’1” 175 lbs. Senior Pittsburgh, PA Schenley HS

Year

G-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

2007­08 2008­09

27­3 27­14

50­133 71­171

.376 .415

3FG-3FGA

22­67 36­98

.328 .367

19­34 42­65

.559 .646

69 76

2.6 2.8

80 91

50 82

2 3

55 52

24­0 55­3

141 220

5.2 8.1

Career

54-17

121-304

.398

58-165

352

61-99

.616

145

2.7

171

132

5 107

79-3

361

6.7

2

Gil Cummings Guard 6’1” 180 lbs. Senior Pittsburgh, PA Oliver HS

Year

G-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-3FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

2007­08 2008­09

30­29 28­28

125­302 138­329

.414 .419

65­154 42­120

.422 .350

45­60 119­155

.750 .768

126 124

4.2 4.4

91 61

59 61

14 8

26 36

71­0 70­3

360 437

12.0 15.6

Career

58-57

263-631

.417

107-274

.391

164-215

.763

250

4.3

152

120

22

62

141-3

797

13.7

5

Joe Jones Erie, PA

Guard 6’3” 180 lbs. Senior Cathedral Preparatory School

Year

G-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-3FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Avg.

A

TO

BL

ST

PF-D

Pts.

Avg.

2005­06* 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

33­28 28­26 31­31 28­28

168­390 127­309 191­446 221­456

.431 .411 .428 .485

49­155 46­131 68­187 52­148

.316 .351 .364 .351

62­90 49­75 68­92 104­150

.689 .653 .739 .693

139 96 97 123

4.2 3.4 3.1 4.4

149 122 127 110

134 80 108 109

14 13 7 14

56 49 36 58

78­0 61­2 65­0 61­0

447 349 518 598

13.5 12.5 16.7 21.4

539-1211 707-1601

.445 .442

166-466 215-621

.356 .346

221-317 283-407

.697 .695

316 455

3.6 3.8

359 508

297 431

34 143 48 199

187-2 265-2

1465 1912

16.8 15.9

at Edinboro87-85 Career 120-113

* at Roberts Wesleyan

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The Record Book

} Section Contents Year-by-Year Records ......................................34 All-Time Coaches Records..............................34 Individual & Team Records............................35 Edinboro in the NCAA Playoffs....................35 Career Records ..........................................36-37 Season Records ..........................................38-39 1,000-Point Club ........................................40-41 Yearly Leaders ............................................42-43 All-Time Scores ..........................................44-48 All-Americans ..................................................49 The Honor Roll ................................................50 All-Time vs. Opponents..................................51 Fighting Scots Playing Professionally ........52


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Year-by-Year Records Year

W

1928­29 1929­30 1930­31 1931­32 1932­33 1933­34 1934­35 1935­36 1936­37 1937­38 1938­39 1939­40 1940­41 1941­42 1942­43 1943­44 1944­45 1945­46 1946­47 1947­48 1948­49 1949­50 1950­51 1951­52 1952­53 1953­54 1954­55 1955­56 1956­57 1957­58 1958­59 1959­60 1960­61 1961­62 1962­63 1963­64 1964­65 1965­66 1966­67 1967­68 1968­69

12 2 8 6 11 4 12 1 9 4 8 5 8 3 5 5 7 6 6 8 8 2 13 4 11 4 3 7 1 1 World War II World War II 0 5 7 8 4 11 9 12 5 9 9 6 12 8 13 6 12 8 12 3 17 5 14 10 11 8 12 6 13 6 15 17 7 11 9 16 6 10 8 18 5 11 11 19 5 14 8

L

Pct.

Coach

Year

W

L

Pct.

Coach

.857 .571 .733 .923 .692 .615 .727 .500 .538 .429 .800 .765 .733 .300 .500

Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison

.000 .467 .267 .438 .706 .500 .333 .381 .333 .400 .150 .263 .476 .400 .316 .286 .708 .550 .727 .556 .783 .500 .792 .636

Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Sox Harrison Art McComb Art McComb Art McComb Bob Thurbon Bob Thurbon Bob Thurbon Jim Smart Loyal Park Loyal Park Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald

1969­70 1970­71 1971­72 1972­73 1973­74 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80 1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­2000 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

13 16 17 13 18 22 24 11 9 11 21 7 22 18 17 12 18 14 12 14 22 18 20 12 20 15 21 13 26 16 13 21 18 18 15 24 21 20 24 18

9 8 9 9 6 5 5 12 15 14 6 17 8 10 11 14 13 12 15 12 5 10 9 17 8 11 8 14 8 12 13 7 9 10 13 7 10 9 7 10

.591 .667 .654 .591 .750 .815 .828 .478 .375 .440 .778 .292 .733 .643 .607 .462 .581 .538 .444 .538 .815 .643 .690 .414 .714 .577 .724 .481 .765 .571 .500 .750 .667 .643 .536 .774 .677 .690 .774 .643

Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Dave Rooney Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Guy Conti Guy Conti Guy Conti Guy Conti Guy Conti Guy Conti Guy Conti Guy Conti Guy Conti Jim Sims Jim Sims Jim Sims Jim Sims Jim Sims Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich

79 Years

1027

706

.593

10 Head Coaches

All-Time Coaches Records Coach Sox Harrison Art McComb Bob Thurbon Jim Smart Loyal Park Jim McDonald Dave Rooney Guy Conti Jim Sims Greg Walcavich

Years 1928­43/45­53 1953­56 1956­59 1959­60 1960­62 1962­71/72­75 1971­72 1975­84 1984­89 1989­2009

Totals - 10 Head Coaches

1928-2009

Jim McDonald

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Seasons 23 3 3 1 2 12 1 9 5 20

Games 309 58 60 19 45 270 26 238 136 572

W 175 17 23 6 23 181 17 140 70 375

L 134 41 37 13 22 89 9 98 66 197

Pct. .566 .291 .383 .316 .511 .670 .654 .588 .510 .656

79

1733

1027

706

.593

Guy Conti

Jim Sims

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Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

Individual & Team Records

Individual Game

Most Points: 54 by Frank Smith vs. Fredonia State, 1966­67; 52 by Frank Smith vs. Kenyon, 1968­69 Most Field Goals Made: 21 by Frank Smith vs. Waynesburg, 1966­67; by Frank Smith vs. Kenyon, 1968­69 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 10 by Blake Johnson vs. Clarion, 2000­01; 10 by Jesse Ogden vs. Indiana(Pa.), 1996­97; 9 by Torry Mitchell vs. Indiana(Pa.) 3/12/05; by Jesse Ogden vs. Point Park, 1996­97; by Jesse Ogden vs. Mansfield, 1996­97 Most Free Throws Made: 16 by Jakim Donaldson vs. Clarion, 2002­03 Most Free Throws Attempted: 22 by Jakim Donaldson vs. Clarion, 2002­03 Most Consecutive Free Throws Made: 14 by Ken Gerber (14 of 14) vs. Gannon, 1961­62 Most Rebounds: 39 by Don Dougan vs. Indiana(Pa.), 1964­65 Most Assists: 20 by Larry Betar vs. California(Pa.), 1973­74; 19 by Dave Knowlton vs. Grove City, 1969­70 Most Blocked Shots: 12 by Ryan McLemore vs. Slippery Rock, 2/13/08; 11 by Ryan McLemore vs. Bllomsburg, 1/13/08; 11 by Jason Roseto vs. Mansfield, 1999­2000; Melvin Hooker vs. Slippery Rock, 1979­80; 10 by Jason Roseto vs. Lock Haven, 2000­01; 10 by Michael Johnson vs. Point Park, 1995­96

Season

Most Points: 800 by Tyrone Mason, 1995­96 Highest Scoring Average: 30.1 by Frank Smith, 1966­67 Most Field Goals Made: 307 by Tyrone Mason, 1995­96 Most Field Goals Attempted: 594 by Tyrone Mason, 1995­96 Highest Field Goal Percentage: .647 by Ricky Jordan, 1987­88 (141 of 218) Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 118 by Jesse Ogden, 1997­98 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 286 by Jesse Ogden, 1997­98 Highest 3-Point Field Goal Percentage: .523 by Dan Grabill, 2001­02 (45 of 86) Most Free Throws Made: 139 by Billy Wade, 1989­90

Most Free Throws Attempted: 210 by Daren Tielsch, 2005­06 Highest Free Throw Percentage: .882 by Roy Stauffer, 1972­73 (90 of 102) Most Consecutive Free Throws Made: 38 by Ken Gerber, 1961­62 Most Rebounds: 406 by Jakim Donaldson, 2004­05 Highest Rebounding Average: 18.5 by Darryl Meacham, 1966­67 Most Assists: 273 by Adam Kaufman, 1997­98 Most Steals: 128 by Fred Riley, 1970­71 Most Blocked Shots: 170 by Ryan McLemore, 2007­08

Career

Most Points: 1,954 by Tyrone Mason, 1993­96 Highest Scoring Average: 23.6 by Tyrone Mason, 1993­96 Most Field Goals Made: 720 by Tyrone Mason, 1993­96 Most Field Goals Attempted: 1,508 by Don Lovett, 1976­80 Highest Field Goal Percentage: .640 by Ricky Jordan, 1986­88 (249 of 389) Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 334 by Jesse Ogden, 1994­98 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 815 by Jesse Ogden, 1994­98 Highest 3-Point Field Goal Percentage: .428 by Jose Davis, 1986­88 (134 of 313) Most Free Throws Made: 364 by Dan Petchel, 1961­65 Most Free Throws Attempted: 548 by Jakim Donaldson, 2001­05 Highest Free Throw Percentage: .863 by Roy Stauffer, 1971­74 (239 of 277) Most Rebounds: 1,100 by Jakim Donaldson, 2001­05 Highest Rebounding Average: 12.8 by Darryl Meacham, 1963­67 Most Assists: 936 by Adam Kaufman, 1997­01 Most Steals: 246 by Fred Riley, 1969­72 Most Blocked Shots: 354 by Ryan McLemore, 2004­08 Most Games Played: 120 by Devon Knight, 2004­08

Team Game

Most Points Scored: 133 vs. Lock Haven, 1967­68 Most Points in a Half: 74 vs. Point Park, 1973­74

Most Combined Points: 256 vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (West Virginia Wesleyan 129, Edinboro 127 2OT), 1990­91 Most Field Goals Made: 54 vs. Lock Haven, 1967­68; vs. Alliance, 1973­74 Most Field Goals Attempted: 114 vs. Mercyhurst, 1999­2000 Most Free Throws Made: 36 vs. Mansfield, 2004­05 Most Free Throws Attempted: 49 vs. Mansfield, 2004­05 Highest Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 vs. Bloomsburg (12 of 12), 1998­99 Most Rebounds: 93 vs. Clarion, 1968­69 Longest Game: 5 overtimes vs. California(Pa.), 1988­89

Season

Most Wins: 26 in 1997­98 Most Losses: 17 in 1992­93; 1980­81 and 1955­56 Fewest Wins: 0 in 1945­46 Fewest Losses: 1 in 1931­32 Highest Winning Percentage: .923 in 1931­32 (12­1) Lowest Winning Percentage: .000 in 1945­46 (0­5) Most Consecutive Wins: 13 in 1975­76 Most Consecutive Losses: 12 in 1955­57 Most Points Scored: 2,784 in 1997­98 Highest Scoring Average: 89.4 in 1967­68 Most Field Goals Made: 1,003 in 1997­98 Most Field Goals Attempted: 2,231 in 1997­98 Highest Field Goal Percentage: .513 in 1966­67 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 247 in 1997­98 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 670 in 1997­98 Highest 3-Point Field Goal Percentage: .445 in 1987­88 Most Free Throws Made: 531 in 1997­98 Most Free Throws Attempted: 763 in 1985­86 Highest Free Throw Percentage: .736 in 1990­91 Most Rebounds: 1,385 in 1975­76 Highest Rebounding Average: 55.7 in 1965­66 Most Assists: 559 in 1990­91 Most Turnovers: 506 in 1974­75 Most Steals: 493 in 1970­71 Most Blocked Shots: 244 in 2007­08 Most Games: 34 in 1997­98

EDINBORO IN THE NCAA DIVISION II PLAYOFFS 1981-82

NCAA East Regional

1995-96

1985-86

NCAA East Regional

1997-98

NCAA East Regional Edinboro 88, West Chester 67 Indiana(Pa.) 90, Edinboro 77 Gannon 75, Edinboro 66

NCAA East Regional Edinboro 83, California(Pa.) 78 Salem­Teikyo 91, Edinboro 83

Millersville 107, Edinboro 86

1993-94

NCAA East Regional Edinboro 90, Bloomsburg 82 California(Pa.) 84, Edinboro 76

Bloomsburg 53, Edinboro 50 Edinboro 56, Monmouth 53

2004-05

NCAA East Regional

2005-06

NCAA East Regional

2007-08

NCAA East Regional

Indiana(Pa.) 76, Edinboro 73 ot West Virginia State 103, Edinboro 89 Millersville 64, Edinboro 61

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Career Records

Tyrone Mason

} Points

} Rebounds

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

Tyrone Mason (1993­96) ....................1,954 Walt Askins (1956­60) ..........................1,739 Tim Smiley (1973­77) ............................1,553 Kenny Tate (1999­02)............................1,552 Don Lovett (1976­80) ..........................1,496 Joe Jones (2006­09) ............................1,465 Billy Wade (1986­90)............................1,446 Edwin Wright (1980­84) ......................1,420 Daren Tielsch (2004­07) ......................1,377 Jakim Donaldson (2001­05) ................1,355 Dan Petchel (1961­65) ..........................1,344 Fred Riley (1969­72) ..............................1,279 Jesse Ogden (1994­98)........................1,246 Frank Smith (1965­69) ..........................1,225 Aaron Brown (1988­92) ......................1,208 Jim Prokell (1969­72) ............................1,196 Tom Taylor (1984­87)............................1,183 Gary Stanton (1974­78) ........................1,177 Adam Cheek (1991­93)..........................1,156 Roy Stauffer (1971­74) ..........................1,149 Adam Kaufman (1997­01) ....................1,148 Steve Senko (1979­83)..........................1,145 Rob Sims (2002­05) ..............................1,138 Don Dougan (1963­68)........................1,095 Jose Davis (1982­83, ‘86­88) ..............1,066 Devon Knight (2004­08)........................970 Sterling Washington (1988­91)..............931 Price Williams (1991­92, ‘93­94) ............912 Melvin Hooker (1977­80) ......................904 Terrance Jenkins (1983­86) ..................895 Earl Minor (1983­85) ..............................895 Land Battle (1980­83) ............................893 Darryl Meachem (1963­67) ....................881 Rod Vashaw (1956­60) ..........................879 Sean Gibson (1991­93)............................869 Duke Gartrell (1999­03) .........................847 Bob McVeigh (1949­51)..........................840 Wendel Rojik (1960­64) ..........................812 Phillip Melton (1992­96) ........................808 Torry Mitchell (2004­06)........................807 Gil Cummings (2007­09) ........................799 Alonzo Craig (1973­77)............................798 Dave Shenefelt (1962­66) ......................797 Blake Johnson (2000­02) ......................792 Larry Betar (1971­75)................................755 Curtis Ingram (2005­07) ........................748 Jim Sims (1960­64)..................................730 Harry Jenkins (1965­69)..........................728 Ken Barker (1960­63)..............................708 Jean Paul (1998­00) ................................701

} Scoring Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Darryl Meacham

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9.

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

} Rebounding Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Darryl Meachem (1963­67)....................12.8 Melvin Hooker (1977­80)........................12.2 Don Dougan (1963­68) ..........................11.5 Bob Burlingame (1969­70) ....................11.4 Dennis Hampton (1973­76) ..................10.6 Kenny Tate (1999­02) ............................10.4 Land Battle (1980­83) ............................10.2 Mickey Unick (1967­69)..........................10.2 Lynn Nelson (1965­67)............................10.2 Jakim Donaldson (2001­05) ..................10.1

} Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Tyrone Mason (1993­96) ......................23.6 Adam Cheek (1991­93) ..........................19.9 Kenny Tate (1999­02)..............................19.2 Warren Chance (1997­98)......................18.7 Price Williams (1991­92, ‘93­94) ............17.9 Fred Riley (1969­71) ................................17.8 Joe Jones (2006­09) ..............................16.8 Frank Smith (1965­69)............................16.8 Earl Minor (1983­85) ..............................16.6 Jim Prokell (1969­72) ..............................16.6

Jakim Donaldson (2001­05) ................1,100 Don Dougan (1963­68) ..........................992 Darryl Meachem (1963­67)....................897 Kenny Tate (1999­02)..............................843 Gary Stanton (1974­78) ..........................841 Ryan McLemore (2004­08)....................815 Billy Wade (1986­90) ..............................792 Dan Petchel (1961­65) ............................744 Daren Tielsch (2004­07) ........................739 Land Battle (1980­83)..............................732 Aaron Brown (1988­92) ..........................714 Melvin Hooker (1977­80) ......................690 Ken Barker (1960­65) ............................689 Phillip Melton (1992­96)..........................651 Don Lovett (1976­80)..............................651 Tom Taylor (1984­87) ............................648 Frank Smith (1965­69) ............................637 Wendel Rojik (1960­64)..........................622 Jim Prokell (1969­72) ..............................593 Dennis Hampton (1973­76)....................543 Sterling Washington (1988­91)..............526 Daren Tielsch (2004­06) ........................477 Ron Beckett (1972­77) ............................459 Art Dickenson (1968­71) ........................442 Ricky Jordan (1986­88) ..........................431

9. 10. 11.

Ricky Jordan (1986­88) 249­389....... .640 Billy Wade (1986­90) 571­997 ............. .573 Lasana Crider (1991­94) 196­346 ....... .566 Phillip Melton (1992­96) 340­602 ..... .565 Mickey Unick (1967­69) 175­313 ......... .559 Land Battle (1980­83) 393­707........... .556 Justin Moore (2005­06; 2008­09) 258­464 ................................................. .556 Michael Johnson (1995­99) 281­531 ................................................... .548 Lynn Nelson (1965­67) 186­353........... .527 Darryl Meachem (1963­67) 352­670 ................................................... .525 Tom Taylor (1984­87) 459­877 ........... .523

} Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Tyrone Mason (1993­96)........................720 Tim Smiley (1973­77) ..............................659 Don Lovett (1976­80) ............................646 Kenny Tate (1999­02)..............................623 Edwin Wright (1980­84) ........................597 Billy Wade (1986­90)................................571

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Edinboro Men’s Basketball 2009-10

Career Records 7. 8. 9. 10.

Daren Tielsch (2004­07) ........................542 Joe Jones (2006­09) ..............................539 Fred Riley (1969­72) ................................536 Gary Stanton (1974­78)............................517

}Field Goals Att. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Don Lovett (1976­80) ..........................1,508 Tim Smiley (1973­77) ............................1,501 Tyrone Mason (1993­96) ....................1,439 Edwin Wright (1980­84) ......................1,328 Kenny Tate (1999­02) ..........................1,244 Joe Jones (2006­09) ..............................1,211 Fred Riley (1969­72)................................1,117 Rob Sims (2002­05) ..............................1,077 Gary Stanton (1974­78)........................1,062 Daren Tielsch (2004­07)......................1,054

} Free Throw Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Roy Stauffer (1971­74) ..............239­277 Jose Davis (1982­83; ‘86­88) ....197­232 Tyrone Mason (1993­96) ........349­413 Adam Cheek (1991­93) ..............176­211 Warren Chance (1997­98) ........110­133 Rob Sims (2002­04) ..................152­186 Sean Gibson (1990­93) ............168­207 Walter Reap (1990­91; ‘93­94) ..112­139 Adam Kaufman (1997­01) ........291­362 Mark Murdock (1989­91) ..........102­127

.863 .849 .845 .834 .827 .817 .812 .806 .804 .803

8. 9. 10.

Dan Petchel (1961­65) ............................364 Jim Prokell (1969­72) ..............................358 Tyrone Mason (1993­96) .......................349 Jakim Donaldson (2001­05) ..................345 Billy Wade (1986­90) ..............................299 Kenny Tate (1999­02)..............................297 Steve Senko (1979­83)............................297 Adam Kaufman (1997­01) ......................291 Don Dougan (1963­68) ..........................275 Daren Tielsch (2004­07) ........................268

Jakim Donaldson (2001­05) ..................548 Daren Tielsch (2004­07)..........................531 Jim Prokell (1969­72) ..............................509 Dan Petchel (1961­65) ............................508 Kenny Tate (1999­02) ..............................415 Tyrone Mason (1993­95) ........................413 Don Dougan (1963­68) ..........................399 Billy Wade (1986­90) ..............................396 Frank Smith (1965­69)............................394 Steve Senko (1979­83) ..........................390

} 3-Pt. Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Jose Davis (1986­88)..................134­313 Adam Cheek (1991­93) ............100­242 Greg Fox (1989­93) ....................60­146 Jesse Ogden (1994­98) ............334­815 Dan Grabill (2001­06)..................127­315 Warren Chance (1997­98)..........77­196 George Satler (1985­89) ............60­158 Jean Paul (1998­00) ....................81­214

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

Jesse Ogden (1994­98) ..........................334 Duke Gartrell (1999­03) ..........................176 Blake Johnson (2000­02) ......................168 Joe Jones (2006­09) ..............................166 Tyrone Mason (1993­96) ........................165 Adam Kaufman (1997­01)........................161 Jose Davis (1986­88) ..............................134 Torry Mitchell (2004­06) ........................133 Dan Grabill (2001­06)................................127 Gil Cummings (2007­09) ........................107

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

Devon Knight (2004­08) ........................120 Ryn McLemore (2004­08) ......................117 Adam Kaufman (1997­01)........................116 Dan Grabill (2001­06)................................110 Jesse Ogden (1994­98)............................110 Jakim Donaldson (2001­05) ..................109 Aaron Brown (1988­92)..........................108 Edwin Wright (1980­84) ........................108 Duke Gartrell (1999­03) ...........................107 Steve Senko (1979­83)............................106

} 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jesse Ogden (1994­98) ..........................815 Duke Gartrell (1999­03) ..........................518 Tyrone Mason (1993­96) ......................486 Adam Kaufman (1997­01)......................467 Joe Jones (2006­09) ..............................466 Blake Johnson (2000­02) ......................448 Torry Mitchell (2004­06)........................396 Dan Grabill (2001­06)................................315 Jose Davis (1986­88)................................313 Chris Ravello (2004­06)..........................296

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

Adam Kaufman (1997­2000) ................936 Steve Senko (1979­83) ............................515 Dave Knowlton (1968­71) ......................501 Tyrone Mason (1993­96)........................401 Greg Fox (1989­93)..................................365 Joe Jones (2006­09) ..............................359 Larry Betar (1971­75) ................................341 Tim Smiley (1973­77)................................323 Derek Walton (1990­92) ........................299 Rob Sims (2002­05) ................................282

Ryan McLemore

} Steals

}Free Throws Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

}3-Pt. Field Goals Made

} Games Played

}Assists

} Free Throws Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

9. Price Williams (1991­92; '93­94)..84­222 .378 10. Blake Johnson (2000­02)........168­448 .375

.428 .413 .411 .410 .403 .393 .380 .379

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

Fred Riley (1969­72) ................................246 Adam Kaufman (1997­01) ......................213 Steve Senko (1979­83) ............................201 Tim Smiley (1973­77)................................174 Dave Knowlton (1968­71) ......................162 Sterling Washington (1988­91) ..............161 Tyrone Mason (1993­96) ........................157 Edwin Wright (1980­84) ........................148 Joe Jones (2006­09)................................143 Roy Stauffer (1971­74) ............................142

} Blocked Shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ryan McLemore (2004­08) ..................354 Melvin Hooker (1977­80) ........................201 Jakim Donaldson (2001­05)....................185 Jason Roseto (1999­2001)......................168 Gary Stanton (1974­78) ..........................147 Barry Marshall (1980­84)........................138 Alonzo Jenkins (1986­88) ......................122 Land Battle (1980­83)..............................120 Billy Wade (1986­90)................................119 Michael Johnson (1995­96; '98­99) ..............109

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Season Records } Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Adam Cheek

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 29. 30. 31 . 32. 34. 35.

Tyrone Mason (1995­96) ......................800 Tyrone Mason (1994­95)........................691 Warren Chance (1997­98)......................635 Joe Jones (2008­09) ..............................598 Adam Cheek (1991­92)............................594 Daren Tielsch (2005­06) ........................580 Jose Davis (1987­88) ..............................576 Adam Cheek (1992­93) ..........................562 Price Williams (1993­94) ........................557 Billy Wade (1989­90) ..............................557 Kenny Tate (1999­00)..............................533 Dwayne Butler (1997­98) ......................532 Joe Jones (2007­08)................................518 Kenny Tate (2000­01) ..............................516 Tim Smiley (1975­76) ..............................508 Jakim Donaldson (2004­05)..................505 Kenny Tate (2001­02)..............................503 Walt Askins (1956­57) ............................496 Don Lovett (1978­79) ............................494 Blake Johnson (2000­01) ......................493 Fred Riley (1971­72)..................................492 Fred Riley (1970­71) ................................485 Sterling Washington (1990­91) ............480 Sean Gibson (1992­93)............................467 Frank Smith (1968­69) ..........................466 Daren Tielsch (2006­07) ........................463 Tyrone Mason (1993­94) ......................463 Earl Minor (1984­85) ..............................463 Dan Petchel (1964­65)............................460 Don Lovett (1979­80) ..............................451 Torry Mitchell (2005­06)........................443 Billy Wade (1988­89) ..............................441 Edwin Wright (1983­84)..........................441 Gil Cummings (2008­09) ........................437 Tom Taylor (1985­86) ............................436

} Scoring Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 15.

Frank Smith (1966­67)............................30.1 Tyrone Mason (1995­96) ......................27.6 Tyrone Mason (1994­95) ......................26.6 Walt Askins (1956­57) ............................26.1 Dan Petchel (1964­65) ..........................25.6 Joe Jones (2008­09) ..............................21.4 Jose Davis (1987­88) ..............................21.3 Frank Smith (1968­69) ............................21.2 Billy Wade (1989­90)..............................20.6 Adam Cheek (1991­92) ..........................20.5 Kenny Tate (1999­00) ............................20.5 . Fred Riley (1970­71) ................................20.2 Price Williams (1993­94) ........................19.9 Price Williams (1991­92) ........................19.9 Don Lovett (1978­79) ............................19.8

} Rebounds 1. 2. 3. 4.

Tim Smiley

6. 7. 8. 10. 11.

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Jakim Donaldson (2004­05)..................406 Darryl Meacham (1965­66)....................393 Melvin Hooker (1979­80) ......................345 Ryan McLemore (2007­08)....................322 Jakim Donaldson (2003­04) ..................322 Amos Upshaw (1997­98) ........................311 Mickey Unick (1967­68)..........................303 Land Battle (1981­82)..............................299 Dennis Hampton (1975­76)....................299 Daren Tielsch (2005­06) ........................296 Kenny Tate (2000­01)..............................293

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

Jakim Donaldson (2002­03) ..................291 Don Dougan (1967­68) ..........................287 Kenny Tate (2001­02)..............................283 Billy Wade (1988­89) ..............................272 Don Dougan (1965­66) ..........................268 Kenny Tate (1999­00) ............................267 Daren Tielsch (2006­07) ........................262 Ryan McLemore (2006­07) ..................258 Tom Taylor (1985­86)..............................250 Bob Burlingame (1969­70) ....................250 Frank Smith (1968­69)............................250

} Rebounding Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 15. 17. 18. 19.

Darryl Meacham (1966­67) ..................18.5 Darryl Meacham (1965­66) ....................17.1 Frank Smith (1966­67)............................13.9 Melvin Hooker (1979­80) ......................13.8 Jakim Donaldson (2004­05) ..................13.1 . Dan Petchel (1964­65) ............................13.1 Mickey Unick (1967­68)..........................12.6 Lynn Nelson (1966­67)............................12.2 Don Dougan (1967­68) ..........................12.0 Art Dickenson (1970­71)..........................11.8 Don Dougan (1965­66) ..........................11.6 Don Dougan (1964­65) ..........................11.6 Jakim Donaldson (2003­04) ..................11.5 Melvin Hooker (1978­79)........................11.5 Bob Burlingame (1969­70) ....................11.4 Frank Smith (1968­69) ............................11.4 Land Battle (1980­81)..............................11.0 Jakim Donaldson (2002­03)..................10.8 Land Battle (1981­82)..............................10.7 Gary Stanton (1977­78) ..........................10.7 Dennis Hampton (1975­76) ..................10.7

} Field Goal Pct. 1. Ricky Jordan (1987­88) 141­218..................................................... .647 2. Michael Johnson (1995­96) 121­188 ................................................... .644 3. Ricky Jordan (1986­87) 108­171..................................................... .632 4. Darryl Meacham (1966­67) 62­102 ..................................................... .607 5. Gerald Warrick (2007­08) 152­254.......................................................598 6. Justin Moore (2005­06) 114­191 ..................................................... .597 7. Frank Smith (1966­67) 102­173..................................................... .593 8. Phillip Melton (1995­96) 68­115....................................................... .591 9. Billy Wade (1988­89) 182­308................................................... .590 10. Mickey Unick (1967­68) 148­254 ................................................... .582

} Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Tyrone Mason (1995­96)........................307 Tyrone Mason (1994­95)........................242 Adam Cheek (1991­92)............................234 Daren Tielsch (2005­06) ........................227 Warren Chance (1997­98) ......................224 Tim Smiley (1975­76) ..............................222 Joe Jones (2008­09) ................................221 Kenny Tate (2000­01) ..............................213 Kenny Tate (1999­00) ..............................211

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Season Records 10.

Fred Riley (1970­71) ..................................210

} Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tyrone Mason (1995­96) ......................594 Tyrone Mason (1994­95) ......................509 Warren Chance (1997­98) ....................496 Tim Smiley (1975­76) ..............................494 Adam Cheek (1991­92)............................482 Don Lovett (1978­79)..............................479 Don Lovett (1979­80) ............................465 Joe Jones (2008­09) ..............................456 Joe Jones (2007­08) ..............................446 Adam Cheek (1992­93) ..........................442

} Free Throw Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Roy Stauffer (1972­73) ..............90­102 Tyrone Mason (1994­95) ..........124­142 Roy Stauffer (1971­72) ..................81­93 Tyrone Mason (1995­96) ..........153­176 Adam Cheek (1992­93) ................96­111 Rob Schodt (1998­99) ................56­65 Mark Murdock (1990­91) ............66­77 Jose Davis (1987­88) ................122­143 Ken Gerber (1961­62) ..................63­74 Fred Riley (1971­72) ....................100­118

.882 .873 .871 .865 .865 .862 .857 .853 .851 .847

} Free Throws Made 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15.

Billy Wade (1989­90)................................139 Dwayne Butler (1997­98)........................128 Derek Walton (1990­91) ..........................128 Jakim Donaldson (2004­05) ..................127 Jim Prokell (1969­70)................................127 Dan Petchel (1964­65) ............................126 Tyrone Mason (1994­95) ........................124 Earl Minor (1984­85) ................................123 Jose Davis (1987­88) ................................122 Daren Tielsch (2005­06) ........................120 Gil Cummings (2008­09) ........................119 Jim Prokell (1969­70)................................116 Jim Prokell (1970­71) ................................115 Dan Petchel (1963­64)..............................115 Tom Taylor (1985­86) ..............................114

} Free Throws Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Daren Tielsch (2005­06) ........................210 Dwayne Butler (1997­98)........................195 Jim Prokell (1971­72) ................................192 Jakim Donaldson (2004­05) ..................185 Daren Tielsch (2006­07) ........................184 Billy Wade (1989­90)................................179 Tyrone Mason (1995­96) ........................176 Dan Petchel (1964­65) ............................169 Darryl Meacham (1965­66)....................168 Jim Prokell (1969­70) ..............................164

} 3-Pt. Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Dan Grabill (2001­02)....................45­86 Michael Johnson (1998­99) ........25­54 Greg Fox (1992­93) ......................37­80 Jose Davis (1987­88) ..................80­176 Jesse Ogden (1995­96)..............89­200 Adrian Batts (1989­90)..................32­72

.523 .463 .462 .455 .445 .444

7. 8. 9. 10.

Gil Cummings (2007­08) ............65­154 Adam Cheek (1991­92)................46­110 Jesse Ogden (1996­97) ............106­257 Adam Cheek (1992­93)................54­132

.422 .418 .413 .409

} 3-Pt. Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 15.

Jesse Ogden (1997­98)............................116 Blake Johnson (2000­01)..........................111 Jesse Ogden (1996­97) ..........................106 Jesse Ogden (1995­96) ............................89 Tyrone Mason (1994­95)..........................83 Jose Davis (1987­88) ................................80 Warren Chance (1997­98) ........................77 Joe Jones (2007­08) ................................68 Torry Mitchell (2004­05) ..........................67 Torry Mitchell (2005­06)..........................66 Gil Cummings (2007­08) ..........................65 Adam Kaufman (1999­00) ......................59 Tim Miller (1996­97)..................................59 Price Williams (1993­94) ..........................59 Adam Cheek (1992­93) ............................54 Jose Davis (1986­87) ................................54

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

Ryan McLemore (2006­07)......................91 Michael Johnson (1998­99) ....................72 Jason Roseto (1999­00) ............................71 Barry Marshall (1983­84)..........................67 Alonzo Jenkins (1987­88) ........................64 Jakim Donaldson (2003­04) ....................62 Ryan McLemore (2005­06)......................61

} 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Jesse Ogden (1997­98) ..........................286 Blake Johnson (2000­01)........................282 Jesse Ogden (1996­97) ..........................257 Tyrone Mason (1994­95) ........................241 Torry Mitchell (2005­06)........................200 Jesse Ogden (1995­96) ..........................200 Torry Mitchell (2004­05) ........................196 Warren Chance (1997­98) ......................196 Joe Jones (2007­08)................................187 Jose Davis (1987­88)................................176

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

Jesse Ogden

Adam Kaufman (1997­98)......................273 Adam Kaufman (2000­01) ....................249 Greg Fox (1992­93) ..................................222 Adam Kaufman (1999­00) ......................211 Adam Kaufman (1998­99) ....................203 Dave Knowlton (1970­71) ......................194 Dave Knowlton (1969­70) ......................174 Steve Senko (1982­83) ............................157 Tyrone Mason (1993­94) ........................156 Derek Walton (1991­92) ..........................150

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

Fred Riley (1970­71) ..................................128 Dave Knowlton (1970­71) ........................115 Mark Murdock (1990­91) ........................96 Dean Doss (1995­96) ................................79 Sterling Washington (1990­91)................75 Price Williams (1993­94) ..........................73 Nick Brascetta (1979­80) ..........................71 Sterling Washington (1989­90) ..............69 Adam Kaufman (1997­98)........................67 Adrian Batts (1989­90) ............................66

} Blocked Shots 1. 2. 3.

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Ryan McLemore (2007­08)....................170 Melvin Hooker (1979­80) ........................125 Jason Roseto (2000­01)............................97

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1,000-Point Club Season

} 1954

G

FG-FGA PCT.

3FG-3FGA PCT.

FT-FTA

1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 Totals

28 26 29 83

171­336 242­509 307­594 720­1439

.509 .475 .517 .500

1973­74 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77 Totals

22 27 29 22 115

86­194 176­404 222­494 175­409 471­1226

.443 .436 .449 .427 .384

1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 Totals

26 28 27 81

1976­77 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80 Totals

23 23 25 26 97

2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 Totals

28 31 28 87

1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 Totals

22 25 26 27 100

1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 1983­84 Totals

23 28 28 28 107

2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 Totals

25 31 28 84

2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 Totals

23 27 28 31 109

1961­62 1962­63 1963­64 1964­65 Totals

24 20 22 18 84

1969­70 1970­71 1971­72 Totals

22 24 26 72

1994­95 1995­96 1996­97

22 27 27

49­134 83­241 33­111 165­486

.366 .344 .297 .340

} 1496

} 1465 Billy Wade

} 1446

} 1420

} 1377 } 1355

} 1344

} 1279 Aaron Brown

} 1246

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PTS. AVG.

72­95 124­142 153­176 349­413

.758 .873 .869 .845

463 691 800 1954

16.5 26.6 27.6 23.6

35­49 60­89 64­83 76­94 222­293

.714 .674 .771 .808 .758

207 412 508 426 1553

9.4 15.3 17.5 19.4 12.4

.671 .727 .771 .719

533 516 503 1552

20.5 18.4 18.6 19.2

11­26 50­62 90­117 53­71 204­276

.423 .806 .770 .746 .739

169 382 494 451 1496

7.3 16.6 19.8 17.3 15.4

49­75 68­92 104­150 221­317

.653 .739 .693 .696

349 518 598 1465

12.5 16.7 21.4 16.8

.824 .740 .707 .777 .755

110 338 441 557 1446

5.0 13.5 16.9 20.6 14.5

.730 .648 .767 .689 .713

294 305 380 441 1337

12.3 10.9 13.6 15.8 12.4

.416 .571 .495 .510

334 580 463 1377

13.4 18.7 16.5 16.4

.500 .627 .605 .686 .630

74 362 414 505 1355

3.2 13.4 14.8 16.3 12.4

.690 .649 .742 .743 .717

190 285 409 460 1344

7.9 14.3 18.5 25.6 16.0

.566 .722 .847 .734

302 485 492 1279

13.7 20.2 18.9 17.8

.867 .775 .800

92 322 400

4.2 11.9 14.8

} 1739 Walt Askins (F, 6-5, Erie, PA) Year­by­year statistics not available. } 1553 Tim Smiley (G, 6-1, Ft. Wayne, IN)

} 1552

PCT.

Tyrone Mason (G, 6-1, Philadelphia, PA)

Kenny Tate (F, 6-3, Philadelphia, PA) 211­431 213­409 199­404 623­1244

.490 .521 .493 .501

3­9 2­3 4­14 9­26

.333 .667 .286 .346

108­161 88­121 101­131 297­413

Don Lovett (F, 6-1, Cleveland Heights, OH) 79­192 166­372 202­479 199­465 646­1508

.411 .446 .422 .428 .428

Joe Jones (G, 6-3, Erie, PA) 127­309 191­446 221­456 539­1211

.411 .428 .485 .445

46­131 68­187 52­148 166­466

.351 .364 .351 .356

Billy Wade (F, 6-7, Belle Glade, FL) 41­79 139­242 182­308 209­367 571­996

.519 .574 .590 .569 .573

0­1 3­5 2­22 0­3 5­31

.000 .600 .091 .000 .161

28­34 57­77 75­106 139­179 299­396

Edwin Wright (G, 6-1, Clewiston, FL) 120­312 135­298 157­323 185­395 597­1328

.385 .453 .486 .468 .450

54­74 35­54 66­86 71­103 226­317

Daren Tielsch (F, 6-8, McKees Rocks, PA) 130­278 227­410 185­366 542­1054

.468 .554 .505 .514

17­47 6­20 2­14 25­81

.362 .300 .143 .309

57­137 120­210 91­184 268­531

Jakim Donaldson (F, 6-8, Pittsburgh, PA) 25­51 131­274 159­309 189­342 504­976

.490 .478 .515 .553 .516

0­0 1­3 1­7 0­1 2­11

.000 .333 .143 .000 .182

24­48 99­158 95­157 127­185 345­548

Dan Petchel (F, 6-4, Sheffield, PA) 65­142 111­222 147­300 167­299 490­963

.458 .500 .490 .558 .509

60­87 63­97 115­155 126­169 364­508

Fred Riley (G, 5-10, Clearfield, PA) 130­298 210­425 196­394 536­1117

.436 .494 .497 .480

42­74 65­90 100­118 207­282

Jesse Ogden (G, 6-5, Georgetown, ONT) 28­85 101­222 119­299

.329 .455 .398

23­72 89­200 106­257

.319 .445 .413

13­15 31­40 56­70

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1,000-Point Club 1997­98 Totals

34 110

1965­66 1966­67 1967­68 1968­69 Totals

18 9 24 22 73

1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 Totals

26 27 26 29 108

1969­70 1970­71 1971­72 Totals

22 24 26 72

1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 Totals

26 30 26 82

1974­75 1975­76 1976­77 1977­78 Totals

27 28 23 23 101

1991­92 1992­93 Totals

29 29 58

1971­72 1972­73 1973­74 Totals

26 22 23 71

1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 Totals

34 28 26 28 116

1979­80 1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 Totals

26 24 28 28 106

2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 Totals

23 28 31 82

1963­64 1964­65 1965­66 1967­68 Totals

22 17 23 24 86

1982­83 1986­87 1987­88 Totals

16 26 27 69

} 1225

} 1208

} 1196 } 1183 } 1177

} 1156 } 1149 } 1148

} 1145

} 1138 } 1095

} 1066

129­340 377­946

.379 .399

116­286 334­815

.406 .410

58­77 158­202

.753 .782

432 1246

12.7 11.3

.478 .630 .762 .615 .657

41 271 447 466 1225

2.2 30.1 18.6 21.2 16.8

.731 .695 .667 .663 .682

360 261 252 335 1208

13.8 9.7 9.7 11.6 11.2

116­164 115­153 127­192 358­509

.707 .752 .661 .703

332 431 433 1196

15.1 17.9 16.6 16.6

69­109 114­157 82­120 265­386

.633 .726 .683 .687

399 436 348 1183

15.3 14.5 13.4 14.4

.543 .648 .630 .727 .650

173 297 335 372 1177

6.4 10.6 14.6 16.1 11.7

.800 .865 .834

594 562 1156

20.5 19.4 19.9

.871 .882 .829 .863

357 430 362 1149

13.7 19.5 15.7 16.2

58­79 73­90 64­78 96­115 291­362

.734 .811 .821 .835 .804

216 307 307 318 1148

6.4 11.0 11.8 11.4 9.9

30­39 84­110 85­114 98­127 297­390

.770 .764 .746 .772 .762

116 302 365 362 1145

4.7 12.6 13.0 12.9 10.8

.814 .820 .682 .782

390 404 344 1138

17.0 14.4 11.1 13.9

.684 .602 .674 .779 .689

256 171 355 313 1095

11.6 10.0 15.4 13.0 12.7

.857 .840 .853 .849

63 427 576 1066

3.9 16.4 21.3 15.4

Frank Smith (F, 6-2, Bentleyville, PA) 15­18 102­172 177­362 189­388 483­940

.833 .594 .481 .487 .514

11­23 67­106 93­122 88­143 259­394

Aaron Brown (F, 6-5, Rochester, NY) 141­294 102­239 105­211 139­286 487­1030

.480 .427 .498 .486 .473

2­5 0­3 0­1 0­2 2­11

.000 .000 .000 .000 .182

76­104 57­87 42­63 57­86 232­340

Jim Prokell (F, 6-0, Pittsburgh, PA) 108­196 158­317 153­315 419­828

.551 .498 .486 .506

Tom Taylor (C, 6-7, Erie, PA) 165­319 161­311 133­247 459­877

.517 .518 .538 .523

Gary Stanton (C, 6-7, Cleveland, OH) 77­145 131­277 147­295 162­345 517­1062

.531 .473 .498 .470 .487

19­35 35­54 41­65 48­66 143­220

Kenny Tate

Adam Cheek (G, 6-2, Louisville, KY) 234­482 206­442 440­924

.485 .466 .476

46­110 54­132 100­242

.418 .409 .413

80­100 96­111 176­211

Roy Stauffer (G, 5-10, Emmaus, PA) 138­267 170­348 147­310 455­925

.517 .489 .474 .492

81­93 90­102 68­82 239­277

Adam Kaufman (G, 5-11, Coraopolis, PA) 68­180 98­255 92­249 90­232 348­916

.378 .384 .369 .388 .380

22­75 38­115 59­161 42­116 161­467

.293 .330 .366 .362 .345

Steve Senko (G, 5-9, Ambler, PA) 43­107 109­253 140­314 132­325 424­999

.402 .431 .446 .406 .424

Tyrone Mason

Jim Prokell

Gary Stanton

Jose Davis

Rob Sims (G, 6-3, Bedford Heights, OH) 149­355 143­407 140­315 432­1077

.420 .351 .379 .401

22­68 36­118 19­75 77­261

.324 .305 .253 .295

70­86 82­100 45­66 197­252

Don Dougan (C/F, 6-7, Edinboro, PA) 102­224 62­142 130­278 116­210 410­854

.455 .437 .468 .552 .480

52­76 47­78 95­141 81­104 275­399

Jose Davis (G, 5-10, Cleveland Hts., OH) 25­51 155­353 187­423 367­827

.490 .439 .442 .444

1­2 54­137 80­176 135­315

.500 .394 .455 .429

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12­14 63­75 122­143 197­232

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Yearly Leaders } Scoring

Fred Riley

Season

Player

G

FG-FGA Pct.

FT-FTA Pct.

Pts.

Avg.

1962­63 1963­64 1964­65 1965­66 1966­67 1967­68 1968­69 1969­70 1970­71 1971­72 1972­73 1973­74 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80 1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

Dan Petchel Dan Petchel Dan Petchel Darryl Meacham Lynn Nelson Frank Smith Frank Smith Jim Prokell Fred Riley Fred Riley Roy Stauffer Roy Stauffer Tim Smiley Tim Smiley Tim Smiley Don Lovett Don Lovett Don Lovett Steve Senko Steve Senko Edwin Wright Edwin Wright Earl Minor Tom Taylor Jose Davis Jose Davis Billy Wade Billy Wade Sterling Washington Adam Cheek Adam Cheek Price Williams Tyrone Mason Tyrone Mason Antoine Jefferson Warren Chance Michael Johnson Kenny Tate Kenny Tate Kenny Tate Rob Sims Jakim Donaldson Jakim Donaldson Daren Tielsch Daren Tielsch Joe Jones Joe Jones

20 22 18 23 16 24 22 22 24 26 22 23 27 29 22 23 25 27 23 28 28 28 26 30 26 27 26 27 28 29 29 28 26 29 27 34 28 26 28 27 23 28 31 31 28 31 28

111­222 147­300 167­299 158­292 102­175 177­362 189­388 108­196 210­425 196­394 170­348 147­310 176­404 222­494 175­409 166­372 202­479 207­489 106­245 140­314 157­323 185­395 170­357 161­311 155­353 187­423 182­308 209­367 188­388 234­482 206­442 209­411 242­509 307­594 175­309 224­496 160­325 211­431 213­409 199­404 149­355 159­309 189­342 227­410 185­366 191­446 221­456

63­97 115­155 126­169 97­168 43­56 93­122 88­143 116­164 65­90 100­118 90­102 68­82 60­89 64­83 76­94 50­62 90­117 54­73 82­107 85­114 66­86 71­103 123­155 114­157 63­75 122­143 75­106 139­179 99­151 80­100 96­111 80­119 124­142 153­176 57­84 110­133 82­122 108­161 88­121 101­131 70­86 95­157 127­185 120­210 91­184 68­92 104­150

285 409 460 413 247 447 466 332 485 492 430 362 412 508 426 382 494 468 294 365 380 441 463 436 427 576 441 557 480 594 562 557 691 800 413 635 427 533 516 503 390 414 505 580 463 518 598

14.3 18.5 25.6 18.0 15.4 18.6 21.2 15.1 20.2 18.9 19.5 15.7 15.3 17.5 19.4 16.6 19.8 17.3 12.8 13.0 13.6 15.8 17.8 14.5 16.4 21.3 16.9 20.6 17.4 20.5 19.4 19.9 26.6 27.6 15.3 18.7 15.2 20.5 18.4 18.6 17.0 14.8 16.3 18.7 16.5 16.7 21.4

} Rebounding

Land Battle

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Season 1962­63 1963­64 1964­65 1965­66 1966­67 1967­68 1968­69 1969­70 1970­71 1971­72 1972­73 1973­74 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80 1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93

Player Ken Barker Don Dougan Dan Petchel Darryl Meacham Lynn Nelson Mickey Unick Frank Smith Bob Burlingame Rich Sulka Jim Prokell Don Gerdich Dennis Hampton Charlie Hickox Dennis Hampton Gary Stanton Gary Stanton Melvin Hooker Melvin Hooker Land Battle Land Battle Land Battle Barry Marshall Tom Taylor Tom Taylor Ricky Jordan Ricky Jordan Billy Wade Billy Wade Sterling Washington Aaron Brown Adam Cheek

G Reb. Avg. 20 174 8.7 22 241 10.0 18 236 13.1 23 393 17.1 16 195 12.2 24 303 12.6 22 250 11.4 22 250 11.4 23 215 8.9 26 208 8.0 21 143 6.8 23 244 10.6 27 197 7.3 28 299 10.7 23 229 10.0 23 247 10.7 16 184 11.5 26 363 14.0 17 187 11.0 28 299 10.7 27 246 9.1 28 181 6.5 26 216 8.3 30 250 8.3 24 213 8.9 26 218 8.4 26 272 10.5 27 243 9.0 28 239 8.5 29 228 7.9 29 214 7.4

.500 .490 .558 .541 .583 .481 .487 .551 .494 .497 .489 .474 .436 .449 .427 .446 .422 .423 .433 .446 .486 .468 .476 .518 .439 .442 .590 .569 .485 .485 .446 .509 .475 .517 .566 .452 .492 .409 .521 .493 .420 .515 .553 .554 .505 .428 .485

.649 .742 .743 .577 .768 .762 .615 .707 .722 .847 .882 .829 .674 .771 .808 .806 .770 .740 .766 .746 .767 .689 .794 .726 .840 .853 .707 .777 .656 .800 .865 .672 .873 .869 .679 .827 .672 .671 .727 .771 .814 .605 .686 .571 .495 .739 .693

1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

Price Williams Corey Keyes Phillip Melton Brian Ellis Amos Upshaw Troy Stout Kenny Tate Kenny Tate Kenny Tate Jakim Donaldson Jakim Donaldson Jakim Donaldson Daren Tielsch Daren Tielsch Ryan McLemore Justin Moore

Season 1962­63

Player Dan Petchel Ken Barker Wilbert Barnhardt Dan Petchel Darryl Meacham Lynn Nelson Mickey Unick Frank Smith Jim Prokell Jim Prokell Roy Stauffer Larry Betar Dennis Hampton Don Childs Don Childs Gary Stanton

} Field Goal Pct. 1963­64 1964­65 1965­66 1966­67 1967­68 1968­69 1969­70 1970­71 1971­72 1972­73 1973­74 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77

G 20 20 18 18 23 16 24 22 22 24 26 22 23 27 29 23

28 25 28 27 34 28 26 28 27 27 28 31 31 28 31 28

249 238 176 180 311 214 267 293 283 291 322 406 296 262 322 197

FG-FGA 111­222 66­132 57­110 167­299 158­292 102­175 148­254 189­388 108­196 158­317 138­267 114­231 123­252 124­253 137­286 147­295

8.9 9.5 6.3 6.7 9.1 7.6 10.3 10.5 10.5 10.8 11.5 13.1 9.5 9.4 10.4 7.0

Pct. .500 .500 .518 .558 .541 .583 .582 .487 .551 .498 .517 .494 .488 .490 .479 .498

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Yearly Leaders 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80 1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

Gary Stanton Terry Wilson Melvin Hooker Land Battle Land Battle Land Battle Edwin Wright Tom Taylor Tom Taylor Ricky Jordan Ricky Jordan Billy Wade Billy Wade Aaron Brown Junior Simpson Lasana Crider Phillip Melton Phillip Melton Michael Johnson Antoine Jefferson Amos Upshaw Troy Stout Kenny Tate Kenny Tate Kenny Tate Jakim Donaldson Jakim Donaldson Jakim Donaldson Justin Moore Daren Tielsch Gerald Warrick Vlad Kovalevsky

23 162­345 25 93­196 26 189­369 17 93­172 28 160­289 27 140­246 28 185­395 26 165­319 30 161­311 24 108­171 26 141­218 26 182­308 27 209­367 26 105­211 29 82­152 27 83­144 25 75­132 26 123­219 27 121­188 27 175­309 34 161­289 28 88­176 26 211­431 28 213­409 27 199­404 27 131­274 28 159­309 31 189­342 31 114­191 28 185­366 31 152­254 27 76­140

.470 .474 .512 .541 .554 .569 .468 .517 .518 .632 .647 .590 .569 .498 .539 .576 .568 .562 .644 .566 .557 .500 .490 .521 .493 .478 .515 .553 .597 .505 .598 .543

Season 1962­63 1963­64 1964­65 1965­66 1966­67 1967­68 1968­69 1969­70 1970­71 1971­72 1972­73 1973­74 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80 1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

Player Dan Petchel Dan Petchel Dan Petchel Jerry Banaszak Lynn Nelson Don Dougan Dave Knowlton Dave Knowlton Dave Knowlton Roy Stauffer Roy Stauffer Roy Stauffer Charlie Hickox Don Childs Tim Smiley Don Lovett Don Lovett Don Lovett Steve Senko Steve Senko Steve Senko Earl Minor Earl Minor Lemuel Tucker Jose Davis Jose Davis Adrian Batts Billy Wade Sean Gibson Adam Cheek Adam Cheek Walter Reap Tyrone Mason Tyrone Mason Tim Miller Warren Chance Rob Schodt Adam Kaufman Adam Kaufman Brandon Dominick Duke Gartrell Rob Sims Devon Knight Chris Ravello Curtis Ingram Devon Knight Chris Bess

G 20 22 18 21 16 24 22 22 24 26 22 23 27 29 22 23 25 27 23 28 28 28 26 28 26 27 26 27 28 29 29 28 26 29 25 34 28 26 28 27 28 28 31 30 29 29 28

Pct. .649 .742 .743 .761 .768 .779 .820 .747 .818 .871 .882 .829 .798 .781 .808 .806 .770 .740 .766 .746 .772 .789 .794 .743 .840 .853 .837 .777 .824 .800 .865 .814 .873 .869 .814 .827 .862 .821 .835 .824 .839 .820 .783 .765 .768 .797 .793

Season 1986­87 1987­88

Player Jose Davis Jose Davis

G 3G-3GA Pct. 26 54­137 .394 27 80­176 .455

} Free Throw Pct.

} 3-Pt. Field Goals

FT-FTA 63­97 115­155 126­169 70­92 43­56 81­104 41­50 65­87 63­77 81­93 90­102 68­82 67­84 57­73 76­94 50­62 90­117 54­73 82­107 85­114 98­127 86­109 123­155 55­74 63­75 122­143 67­80 139­179 75­91 80­100 96­111 70­86 124­142 153­176 57­70 110­133 56­65 64­78 96­115 70­85 47­56 82­100 47­60 39­51 63­82 55­69 65­82

1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

George Satler Adrian Batts Mark Murdock Adam Cheek Adam Cheek Price Williams Tyrone Mason Jesse Ogden Jesse Ogden Jesse Ogden Adam Kaufman Adam Kaufman Blake Johnson Blake Johnson Duke Gartrell Dan Grabill Torry Mitchell Torry Mitchell Joe Jones Joe Jones Joe Jones

} Assists Season 1968­69 1969­70 1970­71 1971­72 1972­73 1973­74 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80 1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

25 35­92 27 32­72 28 49­139 29 46­110 29 54­132 28 59­150 26 83­241 27 89­200 27 106­257 34 116­286 28 38­115 26 59­161 28 111­282 27 57­166 28 53­165 28 45­124 31 67­196 31 66­200 28 46­131 31 68­187 28 52­148

Player Dave Knowlton Dave Knowlton Dave Knowlton Roy Stauffer

G 22 22 24 26

Ast. 133 174 194 92

Larry Betar Larry Betar Tim Smiley Tim Smiley Rick Federici Nick Brascetta Nick Brascetta Steve Senko Steve Senko Steve Senko Willie Lee Earl Minor Ben Gibson Billy Snow

23 27 29 22 24 22 26 24 28 28 27 26 28 25

139 101 133 59 99 58 115 119 139 157 91 74 109 107

Adrian Batts Adrian Batts Derek Walton Derek Walton Greg Fox Tyrone Mason Tyrone Mason Dean Doss Dean Doss Adam Kaufman Adam Kaufman Adam Kaufman Adam Kaufman Dan Grabill Rob Sims Dan Grabill Rob Sims Torry Mitchell Joe Jones Joe Jones Joe Jones

26 27 26 29 27 28 26 29 27 34 28 26 28 27 23 28 31 31 28 31 28

118 146 149 150 222 156 136 149 131 273 203 211 249 83 107 65 116 129 122 127 110

Player Tim Smiley Dennis Hampton Tim Smiley Rick Federici Nick Brascetta Nick Brascetta Steve Senko Steve Senko Steve Senko Edwin Wright Earl Minor Ben Gibson Billy Snow

G 27 28 22 24 22 26 24 28 28 28 26 28 25

St. 61 62 55 36 40 71 58 64 51 49 36 57 29

Adrian Batts Sterling Washington Mark Murdock Adam Cheek Derek Walton

26 27 28 29 29

42 69 96 47 47

} Steals Season 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80 1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92

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.380 .444 .353 .418 .409 .393 .344 .445 .413 .406 .330 .366 .394 .343 .321 .363 .342 .330 .351 .364 .351

1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

Adam Cheek Price Williams Tyrone Mason Dean Doss Michael Cassidy Adam Kaufman Michael Johnson Adam Kaufman Adam Kaufman Kenny Tate Duke Gartrell Rob Sims Chris Ravello Daren Tielsch Joseph Jones Devon Knight Larry Bryant Joe Jones

29 28 26 29 27 34 28 26 28 27 28 28 31 31 28 29 27 28

65 73 53 79 55 67 49 54 45 42 27 29 45 37 49 49 55 58

Season 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80 1980­81 1981­82 1982­83 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

Player Gary Stanton Gary Stanton Gary Stanton Gary Stanton Melvin Hooker Melvin Hooker Land Battle Clyde Brabson Barry Marshall Barry Marshall Terrence Jenkins Alonzo Jenkins Alonzo Jenkins Alonzo Jenkins Billy Wade Billy Wade Sterling Washington Junior Simpson Lasana Crider Price Williams Corey Keyes Michael Johnson Antoine Jefferson Jesse Ogden Michael Johnson Jason Roseto Jason Roseto Jakim Donaldson Jakim Donaldson Jakim Donaldson Jakim Donaldson Ryan McLemore Ryan McLemore Ryan McLemore Vlad Kovalevsky

G 27 28 23 23 16 25 17 27 28 28 25 30 26

Bl. 30 38 42 37 44 125 52+ 37 39 67 19 67 58 64 42 56 31 49 37 24 18 37 28 33 72 71 97 29 42 62 52 61 91 170 33

} Blocked Shots

26 27 28 29 27 28 25 27 27 34 28 17 28 23 27 28 31 29 28 31 27

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All-Time Scores The Sox Harrison Era 1928-29 Record: 12-2

Clarion Fredonia Youngstown YMCA Kanty College Clarion California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Slippery Rock Fredonia Indiana(Pa.) California(Pa.) Youngstown YMCA Indiana(Pa.) Slippery Rock

W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, L, W, W,

58­27 58­26 58­38 87­21 20­14 36­25 46­32 24­36 49­29 50­18 40­19 42­44 38­22 34­30

1929-30 Record: 8-6

Ashland Slippery Rock Buffalo St. Teachers Canisius West Chester Waynesburg Slippery Rock Californuia(Pa.) Clarion Indiana(Pa.) Buffalo St. Teachers California(Pa.) Clarion Indiana(Pa.)

L, W, L, L, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, L,

29­41 25­24 18­20 20­38 36­37 31­25 25­22 40­38 32­22 45­25 41­22 39­52 32­19 23­24

1930-31 Record: 11-4

Alliance Alliance Erie Branch West Chester Kutztown Slippery Rock Clarion Indiana(Pa.) Erie Branch Slippery Rock California(Pa.) California(Pa.) Clarion Indiana(Pa.) Allegheny

W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, W, L,

55­15 42­20 43­22 24­20 43­32 34­33 21­14 29­23 44­24 28­29 38­39 34­38 59­41 47­30 21­29

1931-32 Record: 12-1

Fredonia Indiana(Pa.) Alliance Kutztown California(Pa.) Slippery Rock California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Alliance Clarion Indiana(Pa.) Clarion Fredonia

W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W,

60­26 37­31 46­23 42­31 22­23 31­22 34­17 44­35 46­31 47­16 37­15 32­22 60­22

1932-33 Record: 11-3

Westminster Westminster Grove City California(Pa.) California(Pa.) Fredonia Fredonia Indiana(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) Clarion

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W, 32­28 L, 17­31 L, 30­32 W,. 44­27 W, 38­28 W, 57­27 W, 58­23 W, 28­21 W, 33­30 W, 43­31

Clarion Slippery Rock Slippery Rock Alliance

W, W, L, W,

59­23 40­37 28­41 44­32

1933-34 Record: 8-5

Findlay Fredonia Clarion Westminster California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) Fredonia California(Pa.) Westminster Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) Clarion

L, W, W, L, W, L, W, W, W, L, W, L, W,

27­28 50­22 33­20 31­41 35­32 32­37 50­34 54­29 59­25 30­45 46­34 36­38 36­34

1934-35 Record: 6-4

Clarion California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Slippery Rock Westminster Indiana(Pa.) California(Pa.) Westminster Indiana(Pa.) Clarion

W, W, W, W, L, W, L, L, L, W,

NA 50­32 36­30 55­32 23­54 35­28 36­39 24­44 33­39 50­37

1935-36 Record: 5-5

Thiel Thiel Clarion Clarion Slippery Rock Slippery Rock California(Pa.) at California(Pa.) at Indiana(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.)

L, L, W, W, W, W, W, L, L, W,

24­42 32­40 54­35 33­30 ot 41­30 40­37 50­32 27­33 32­38 44­32

1936-37 Record: 7-6

Ohio Chiropody at California(Pa.) at Indiana(Pa.) at Clarion California(Pa.) at Thiel Fredonia Thiel at Ohio Chiropody Slippery Rock Clarion Indiana(Pa.) at Slippery Rock

W, L, L, L, L, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, W,

49­18 33­43 36­39 41­46 31­37 30­35 47­35 45­32 37­30 43­49 53­34 43­30 41­37

1937-38 Record: 6-8

at Kent State at Fredonia Clarion Fredonia California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) at Thiel Ohio Chiropody at California(Pa.) at Slippery Rock Slippery Rock at Indiana(Pa.) at Clarion at Ohio Chiropody

L, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, L, L, L, L, L, W,

36­37 44­45 33­28 54­41 48­44 37­55 39­34 37­23 32­49 56­57 41­42 41­43 35­41 49­37

1938-39 Record: 8-2

Fredonia

W, 43­37

Clarion California(Pa.) at Fredonia at Indiana(Pa.) at Clarion Slippery Rock at California(Pa.) at Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.)

W, W, W, W, L, W, W, L, W,

53­35 64­42 46­22 54­36 50­51 51­34 45­32 39­43 47­42

1939-40 Record: 13-4

St. Mary's Fredonia Ohio Chiropody Clarion Canisius at Fredonia at Alliance at Indiana(Pa.) at Clarion Slippery Rock California(Pa.) Lawrence Tech(MI) at California(Pa.) at Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) Alliance at Ohio Chiropody

W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, W, W,

49­38 45­37 51­27 54­33 43­52 32­28 44­40 37­29 32­30 52­44 54­44 39­45 50­51 36­67 40­35 39­18 47­37

1940-41 Record: 11-4

De Sales Ohio Chiropody Lawrence Tech(MI) at Fredonia Thiel at Thiel Slippery Rock California(Pa.) Fredonia Clarion at California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) at Clarion at Indiana(PA) at Slippery Rock

W, W, W, W, W, L, W, L, W, W, L, W, W, W, L,

45­44 54­33 46­44 29­28 53­42 49­50 ot 36­26 34­36 50­35 43­33 38­49 42­32 51­36 35­34 50­53

1941-42 Record: 3-7

Lawrence Tech(MI) at Cansius Fredonia Alliance at Fredonia at Indiana(Pa.) Slippery Rock California(Pa.) at Clarion at California(Pa.)

W, L, W, W, L, L, L, L, L, L,

37­34 33­66 57­29 44­33 36­38 37­44 35­51 36­40 ot 28­41 39­49

1942-43 Record: 1-1

Lawrence Tech(MI) L, 34­50 Alliance W, NA

1945-46 Record: 0-5

at Clarion Slippery Rock Clarion Alliance Alliance

L, L, L, L, L,

32­53 38­74 33­42 33­52 39­45

1946-47 Record: 7-8

at Buffalo at Fredonia Alliance at Indiana(Pa.) Cleveland State at Slippery Rock California(Pa.)

L, W, L, L, W, L, W,

39­51 54­44 44­53 44­45 34­33 46­51 63­45

Clarion at Alliance Indiana(Pa.) at California(Pa.) at Clarion at Cleveland State Fredonia Slippery Rock

L, W, L, L, W, W, W, L,

45­46 62­55 43­57 42­45 43­41 40­37 54­25 49­52

1947-48 Record: 4-11

Fredonia Cleveland State at Alliance Salem California(Pa.) at California(Pa.) at Clarion Alliance at Fredonia Thiel Clarion at Indiana(Pa.) at Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) Slippery Rock

W, W, L, L, L, L, L, L, W, W, L, L, L, L, L,

62­37 51­46 43­54 51­57 55­63 53­71 56­60 36­37 51­49 69­38 48­51 55­62 60­73 49­71 45­77

1948-49 Record: 7-9

Fredonia at Alliance Slippery Rock Gannon at Indiana(Pa.) at Slippery Rock Clarion at Buffalo at Fredonia Alliance at California(Pa.) at Clarion at Gannon at Thiel California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.)

W, L, L, W, L, L, W, L, W, W, L, L, L, L, W, W,

48­21 55­56 44­57 57­48 65­75 50­67 50­48 45­57 48­43 55­44 57­59 46­60 51­52 50­76 81­69 56­46

1949-50 Record: 12-5 Fredonia State at Alliance Grove City Gannon California(Pa.) at Indiana(Pa.) at Slippery Rock at Gannon Slippery Rock at California(Pa.) at Clarion Buffalo Indiana(Pa.) Clarion Alliance at Fredonia Thiel

W, W, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, L, W, L, W, W, W, W, W,

72­44 59­40 55­54 62­57 66­50 54­70 52­58 52­68 45­42 49­64 60­50 35­47 60­56 58­50 73­57 61­52 65­51

1950-51 Record: 9-9 Allegheny Fredonia State Slippery Rock Fredonia State Alliance Gannon Indiana(Pa.) Clarion Slippery Rock Buffalo Gannon California(Pa.) Clarion Alliance Cleveland State Thiel California(Pa.)

W, W, W, W, W, L, L, L, L, L, W, L, L, W, L, W, W,

64­52 55­46 61­60 82­72 79­61 65­73 53­54 82­84 65­90 55­62 66­43 62­77 82­91 63­55 52­75 77­70 80­63

Grove City

L, 84­99

1951-52 Record: 6-12 Fredonia State Allegheny California(Pa.) Gannon Slippery Rock Fredonia State Buffalo Gannon Alliance Indiana(Pa.) Slippery Rock Clarion Grove City California(Pa.) Clarion Alliance Thiel Geneva

W, L, W, L, L, L, W, L, W, L, L, L, L, L, L, W, W, L,

46­42 58­79 63­55 46­48 57­61 66­68 60­55 67­85 77­58 71­74 49­91 68­82 79­83 61­92 74­106 67­57 56­55 63­85

1952-53 Record: 8-13 Fredonia State Allegheny Grove City Alliance Indiana(Pa.) Slippery Rock Gannon Alliance Gannon Indiana(Pa.) Thiel Allegheny Fredonia State California(Pa.) Clarion Grove City California(Pa.) Thiel Clarion Geneva Slippery Rock

W, L, L, L, L, L, L, W, L, W, W, L, W, L, L, W, W, W, L, L, L,

57­56 68­78 67­77 51­57 75­87 67­92 67­71 72­61 68­81 68­64 77­59 75­93 85­68 53­73 76­82 90­57 86­81 77­66 32­76 62­93 67­72

The Art McComb Era 1953-54 Record: 6-12 Fredonia State Allegheny Indiana(Pa.) Grove City Fredonia State Thiel Gannon Allegheny Alliance California(Pa.) Alliance Thiel Clarion Grove City Gannon California(Pa.) Clarion Indiana(Pa.)

W, W, L, L, L, W, L, L, L, L, W, L, W, W, L, L, L, L,

61­49 56­52 68­76 56­61 61­64 49­42 47­61 73­89 49­80 57­82 72­70 64­67 66­65 64­58 70­71 58­89 65­88 67­109

1954-55 Record: 8-12 Gannon Allegheny Indiana(Pa.) Grove City Fredonia State Allegheny Thiel Alliance Slippery Rock

L, L, L, W, W, L, W, W, L,

62­77 59­80 59­98 80­77 65­62 61­79 79­72 119­108 77­78

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All-Time Scores California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) Slippery Rock Gannon California(Pa.) Clarion Fredonia State Alliance Grove City Clarion Thiel

L, L, W, L, L, L, W, W, L, L, W,

66­81 61­69 72­67 59­70 70­85 66­72 70­51 67­62 63­71 61­66 68­62

1955-56 Record: 3-17 Allegheny Alliance Indiana(Pa.) Grove City Fredonia State Allegheny Thiel Slippery Rock Gannon Slippery Rock Thiel Clarion California(Pa.) Fredonia State Indiana(Pa.) Alliance California(Pa.) Clarion Grove City Gannon

L, L, L, L, W, L, L, L, L, L, W, L, L, L, L, W, L, L, L, L,

62­95 53­69 76­91 52­61 56­54 74­84 63­75 54­77 62­85 65­80 77­70 57­68 61­65 67­82 72­131 82­76 64­86 64­91 74­76 55­71

The Bob Thurbon Era 1956-57 Record: 5-14 Grove City Allegheny Thiel California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Grove City Gannon Clarion Fredonia State Thiel California(Pa.) Allegheny Fredonia State Alliance Cleveland State Slippery Rock Clarion Alliance Gannon

L, L, L, L, L, L, L, L, W, L, L, W, W, W, L, L, W, L, L,

81­104 63­74 66­90 73­110 68­78 68­105 66­80 71­72 84­77 61­64 67­74 73­60 100­66 100­88 68­81 78­97 107­88 94­96 89­90

1957-58 Record: 10-11 Grove City Slippery Rock Alliance Fredonia State Thiel California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) Gannon Clarion Lock Haven Fredonia State Thiel California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Grove City Allegheny Cleveland State Alliance Indiana(Pa.) Clarion Gannon

L, W, L, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, W, W, L, L, L,

64­72 84­79 102­103 90­76 64­61 65­60 63­96 52­60 92­110 76­74 ot 83­69 75­67 77­88 94­97 54­71 76­67 74­61 75­70 65­97 84­99 65­75 ot

1958-59 Record: 8-12 Alliance Slippery Rock Grove City Thiel Gannon Clarion California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Thiel Fredonia State Lock Haven Mansfield Grove City Mansfield Alliance California(Pa.) Clarion Fredonia State Gannon Allegheny

L, 75­80 W, 101­92 W, 61­56 W, 79­72 L, 62­86 L, 88­99 L, 91­99 L, 94­106 W, 80­78 W, 83­74 L, 61­74 L, 56­99 L, 66­75 L, 69­98 W, 114­104 W, 102­93 L, 104­112 W, 99­72 L, 77­79 L, 106­109

The Jim Smart Era 1959-60 Record: 6-13 Thiel Alliance Indiana(Pa.) Fredonia State Clarion California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) Grove City Slippery Rock Grove City Fredonia State Alliance California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Clarion Gannon Lock Haven Lock Haven Thiel

L, L, L, W, L, L, L, L, L, W, L, W, L, L, W, L, L, W, W,

78­86 81­82 85­103 84­73 80­91 73­87 79­97 60­74 61­66 76­68 64­76 62­61 88­92 ot 88­96 80­66 77­105 69­75 85­82 100­83

The Loyal Park Era 1960-61 Record: 6-15 Lock Haven Alliance Indiana(Pa.) Clarion Grove City Mount Union California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) Gannon Slippery Rock Alliance Fredonia State Thiel California(Pa.) Clarion Gannon Grove City Allegheny Fredonia State Lock Haven

L, L, L, L, L, L, L, L, L, L, L, W, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, W,

68­87 45­61 43­73 61­71 77­95 54­90 56­58 79­89 57­62 73­85 33­58 85­51 88­66 86­68 70­67 62­83 55­73 87­93 ot 93­78 67­65

1961-62 Record: 17-7 Fredonia State Clarion Grove City Slippery Rock

W, L, L, W,

60­58 60­65 48­71 81­61

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Carnegie­Mellon Roberts Wesleyan California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) Gannon Cleveland State Lock Haven

L, 63­76 W, 73­64 W, 81­51 W, 81­67 L, 56­58 ot W, 83­52 W, 103­101 3ot Alliance W, 63­52 Fredonia State W, 87­80 Thiel W, 71­63 California(Pa.) W, 82­64 Clarion W, 67­62 Alliance L, 56­69 Indiana(Pa.) L, 74­82 Thiel W, 69­60 Lock Haven W, 72­60 Slippery Rock W, 76­71 Allegheny W, 102­80 PSAC West Championship Slippery Rock W, 86­68 PSAC Championship Mansfield L, 54­58

The Jim McDonald Era 1962-63 Record: 11-9 Bluffton W, 66­46 Alliance L, 82­86 Clarion W, 91­83 Slippery Rock W, 70­64 Carnegie­Mellon L, 60­63 California(Pa.) W, 87­56 Gannon L, 52­60 Thiel W, 74­64 Cleveland State L, 66­68 Lock Haven W, 72­49 Indiana(Pa.) W, 75­66 Fredonia State W, 77­66 Alliance L, 67­84 California(Pa.) L, 73­83 Clarion W, 61­58 Indiana(Pa.) L, 68­75 Fredonia State W, 97­71 Lock Haven W, 83­52 Slippery Rock L, 64­70 PSAC West Championship Slippery Rock L, 69­83

1963-64 Record: 16-6 Alliance W, 75­59 Slippery Rock L, 63­67 Thiel W, 73­45 Baldwin­Wallace W, 92­90 Bloomsburg W, 72­71 Clarion W, 84­66 Fredonia State W, 106­81 Cleveland State W, 94­82 Bloomsburg L, 71­74 Indiana(Pa.) L, 85­99 Lock Haven W, 80­48 Roberts Wesleyan W, 88­73 Lock Haven W, 83­61 Alliance L, 81­91 California(Pa.) W, 85­80 Slippery Rock W, 86­79 Indiana(Pa.) W, 99­88 Clarion W, 95­90 California(Pa.) W, 67­55 Gannon W, 72­71 ot PSAC Championship Mansfield L, 90­98 NAIA District 30 Championship Westminster L, 67­81

1964-65 Record: 10-8 Grove City Alliance Slippery Rock

W, 99­89 L, 68­80 L, 76­80

Thiel Lock Haven Walsh Clarion Indiana(Pa.) California(Pa.) Lock Haven Alliance Geneva Slippery Rock Indiana(Pa.) Cleveland State California(Pa.) Gannon Clarion

W, W, W, W, W, L, W, L, W, W, W, L, L, L, L,

92­61 109­79 104­72 90­69 100­87 70­82 89­53 84­89 86­85 86­63 91­82 69­77 95­108 50­58 77­79

at Lock Haven W, 83­66 at Alliance W, 90­88 ot Cleveland State W, 108­73 Slippery Rock W, 110­69 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 67­69 at Roberts Wesleyan L, 80­87 at Geneva L, 78­87 California(Pa.) W, 97­75 at Clarion W, 110­84 Grove City W, 86­65 PSAC Championship Cheyney W, 73­61 NAIA District 18 Championship Gannon W, 55­52 Westminster L, 41­48

1965-66

1968-69

Record: 18-5

Record: 14-8

Mansfield W, 84­83 Alliance W, 70­68 Slippery Rock W, 67­56 Lock Haven W, 95­55 Clarion W, 80­71 Waynesburg W, 104­88 Indiana(Pa.) L, 68­71 Fredonia State W, 83­62 California(Pa.) L, 78­102 Lock Haven W, 89­72 Mansfield W, 86­82 Alliance W, 90­83 Michigan Lutheran W, 99­58 Slippery Rock W, 77­72 Indiana(Pa.) W, 95­85 Geneva L, 70­71 Cleveland State W, 93­72 Clarion W, 83­79 California(Pa.) W, 71­58 PSAC Championship Cheyney L, 76­96 NAIA District 18 Championship Geneva W, 76­60 California(Pa.) W, 79­62 NAIA National Tournament Central Michigan L, 53­67

1966-67 Record: 11-11 Mansfield W, 88­73 at Alliance L, 90­93 Slippery Rock W, 99­94 Lock Haven W, 90­77 at Clarion W, 73­71 California(Pa.) L, 87­92 Fredonia State W, 110­64 Baldwin Wallace XMas Tourn. at Baldwin Wallace L, 70­102 vs. Walsh W, 87­66 at Waynesburg W, 123­97 Indiana(Pa.) L, 94­95 at W. Va. Wesleyan L, 83­85 ot at Lock Haven W, 90­64 at Mansfield L, 71­77 Alliance W, 67­66 at Cleveland State L, 71­75 Roberts Wesleyan W, 89­77 at Slippery Rock L, 75­77 ot at Indiana(Pa.) L, 77­85 Geneva L, 98­107 at California(Pa.) L, 26­31 Clarion W, 85­75

1967-68 Record: 19-5 Waynesburg at Slippery Rock Lock Haven Clarion at California(Pa.) at Fredonia State Indiana(Pa.) Mansfield Alliance West Va. Wesleyan at Mansfield

W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L,

109­84 84­56 133­90 103­92 98­91 93­84 87­85 99­81 90­72 109­78 65­106

Geneva L, 78­81 Lock Haven W, 103­67 Slippery Rock W, 99­73 Clarion W, 71­69 Roberts Wesleyan W, 126­66 Cal. St,­Fullerton W, 85­63 Long Beach State L, 58­84 Los Angeles State W, 78­73 Kenyon W, 110­99 Alliance L, 74­86 California(Pa.) W, 93­80 Lock Haven W, 93­64 Alliance W, 87­73 Fredonia State W, 72­62 Slippery Rock W, 95­78 Indiana(Pa.) L, 67­89 California(Pa.) W, 57­54 Clarion W, 112­78 Grove City L, 86­98 Indiana(Pa.) L, 75­81 PSAC Championship Cheyney L, 69­83 NAIA District 18 Championship Gannon L, 57­69

1969-70 Record: 13-9 Grove City W, 88­82 Pitt­Johnstown W, 115­55 Lock Haven W, 70­67 Slippery Rock W, 75­69 Clarion L, 72­75 Fredonia State L, 57­60 Northern Michigan L, 85­92 Wisc.­Milwaukee L, 85­104 Alliance W, 88­75 Lock Haven W, 77­60 Alliance L, 64­77 Slippery Rock W, 80­57 Indiana(Pa.) L, 72­75 Roberts Wesleyan W, 70­58 California(Pa.) L, 68­77 Point Park W, 71­54 Clarion W, 72­52 Geneva W, 77­74 Indiana(Pa.) W, 73­60 California(Pa.) L, 66­77 NAIA District 18 Playoffs Indiana(Pa.) W, 68­67 ot California(Pa.) L, 71­72

1970-71 Record: 16-8 at Grove City Alliance Lock Haven Slippery Rock Western Ontario at Clarion Ohio Wesleyan at Hiram Northern Michigan at Kenyon at California(Pa.) Mars Hill at Geneva

W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, W,

96­84 81­69 115­79 88­76 116­62 60­66 81­67 87­50 116­98 96­98 75­66 91­68 96­75

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All-Time Scores at Slippery Rock L, 73­77 Indiana(Pa.) L, 64­84 at Lock Haven L, 82­92 at Oneonta State W, 91­64 California(Pa.) W, 93­83 Clarion L, 85­87 ot at Alliance W, 89­83 West Va. Wesleyan W, 88­78 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 61­69 NAIA District 18 Playoffs at Clarion W, 81­70 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 60­67

The Dave Rooney Era 1971-72 Record: 17-9 Kenyon W, 91­84 at Lock Haven W, 85­82 ot Point Park W, 73­71 at Geneva W, 82­74 Clarion L, 70­71 at Alma W, 85­80 ot at Capital L, 65­78 at Salem­Teikyo W, 105­91 at Marietta W, 94­87 at California(Pa.) W, 82­76 at Alliance L, 67­83 at Slippery Rock L, 77­83 at Mount Union L, 94­111 Alliance W, 70­69 Slippery Rock W, 90­87 at Indiana(Pa.) W, 74­70 Wittenburg L, 71­81 Lock Haven W, 74­66 California(Pa.) W, 87­74 at Clarion L, 72­75 at Oneonta State L, 62­87 Indiana(Pa.) W, 76­74 ot Grove City W, 72­62 NAIA District 18 Playoffs at Slippery Rock W, 85­75 at Clarion W, 81­78 NAIA National Tournament vs. Westmont(Cal.) L, 72­91

The Jim McDonald Era 1972-73 Record: 13-9 Mercyhurst at Ohio Wesleyan Allegheny Clarion Wilmington(Del.) at California(Pa.) Alliance Slippery Rock Muskingum at Point Park at Grove City Bloomsburg Mount Union at Indiana(Pa.) Lock Haven Penn St. Behrend California(Pa.) at Clarion Alliance at Indiana(Pa.) Slippery Rock Lock Haven

L, W, W, L, L, L, W, L, L, L, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W,

64­71 74­66 104­85 59­76 67­69 61­67 70­64 74­94 48­59 60­79 65­58 66­75 85­68 68­60 78­68 93­60 64­59 ot 67­66 86­69 57­63 86­76 62­61

1973-74 Record: 18-6 Penn St. Behrend Western Ontario Clarion Alliance

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W, W, W, W,

101­64 108­61 95­80 122­72

at California(Pa.) W, 76­50 at Slippery Rock W, 82­81 Ashland Holiday Tournament vs. West Virginia St. W, 90­68 at Ashland W, 75­74 at Frostburg State W, 87­59 at Lock Haven L, 57­63 at Bloomsburg L, 81­90 Point Park W, 126­95 Frostburg State W, 71­65 at Muskingum L, 55­62 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 76­86 Mercyhurst W, 62­59 California(Pa.) W, 81­51 at Clarion W, 95­86 Lock Haven W, 95­58 Indiana(Pa.) L, 67­69 Slippery Rock W, 101­95 at Alliance W, 123­86 NAIA District 18 Playoffs Point Park W, 84­80 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 65­78

1974-75 Record: 22-5 Baldwin­Wallace at Clarion Mansfield California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Penn St. Behrend at Mercyhurst at Point Park at St. Vincent at Lock Haven Frostburg State St. Vincent Point Park Indiana(Pa.) Mercyhurst at California(Pa.) Clarion Lock Haven at Indiana(Pa.) Slippery Rock Alliance at Frostburg State

W, 95­72 W, 60­58 W, 76­60 W, 80­62 W, 94­71 W, 82­68 W, 85­80 W, 88­78 W, 78­70 W, 67­61 W, 93­75 L, 80­85 L, 84­85 W, 80­70 W, 75­66 W, 87­73 W, 82­69 W, 87­58 L, 46­51 W, 100­77 W, 80­66 W, 93­91 2ot PSAC Championship at Mansfield L, 70­79 NAIA District 18 Playoffs Slippery Rock W, 83­79 Indiana(Pa.) W, 70­59 NAIA National Tournament vs. Palm Beach Atlantic W, 94­86 vs. Alcorn State L, 79­85

The Guy Conti Era 1975-76 Record: 24-5 Erie Classic vs. Mercyhurst W, 73­72 vs. West Georgia W, 84­78 at Baldwin­Wallace W, 84­72 Gator Basketball Classic vs. Frostburg State W, 78­71 at Allegheny W, 95­84 Clarion W, 68­65 Lock Haven W, 88­56 St. Vincent W, 88­69 Penn St. Behrend W, 91­66 West Va. Wesleyan Tournament vs. Alderson­ Broaddus W, 70­69 ot at W. Va. Wesleyan W, 73­68 at Frostburg State W, 81­71 at Lock Haven W, 80­62 at Slippery Rock L, 67­68 at California(Pa.) W, 72­61 Point Park L, 64­69 at Indiana(Pa.) W, 61­59

Alliance W, 89­78 Mercyhurst L, 72­73 at Clarion W, 92­91 ot California(Pa.) W, 80­66 Indiana(Pa.) W, 67­64 Slippery Rock W, 78­71 at St. Vincent W, 83­81 PSAC Championship Cheyney L, 77­78 NAIA District 18 Playoffs Clarion W, 93­90 ot Indiana(Pa.) W, 67­66 NAIA National Tournament vs. Gustavus Adolphus W, 88­73 vs. Lake Superior St. L, 73­76

1976-77 Record: 11-12 Capital W, 91­84 ot at Clarion L, 86­87 Alliance W, 99­85 at Mercyhurst W, 70­69 ot Lock Haven W, 63­58 Penn St. Behrend W, 89­87 Shepherd Tournament vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 70­76 at Shepherd L, 79­84 at St. Vincent W, 85­80 at Point Park L, 95­104 at Lock Haven L, 55­56 California(Pa.) W, 93­78 Mercyhurst W, 71­67 at Pitt­Johnstown L, 58­68 Clarion W, 90­89 ot Slippery Rock L, 71­74 Frostburg State W, 90­87 ot at California(Pa.) L, 82­106 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 88­94 Indiana(Pa.) L, 77­88 at Slippery Rock L, 57­76 Pitt­Johnstown W, 95­90 Gannon L, 73­75

1977-78 Record: 9-15 Concord Thanksgiving Tournament vs. Atlantic Christian W, 90­79 at Concord W, 73­67 Mercyhurst L, 52­61 Pitt­Johnstown L, 77­79 Alliance W, 77­59 Lock Haven W, 64­54 at California(Pa.) L, 85­87 Oberlin W, 85­78 Penn St. Behrend W, 82­70 Porreco Cup vs. Morgan State L, 85­88 vs. Georgia State W, 73­70 at Pitt­Johnstown L, 73­75 at Lock Haven L, 63­65 ot at Mercyhurst L, 73­103 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 78­90 at Clarion L, 68­79 St. Vincent L, 65­69 Clarion L, 68­78 at Slippery Rock L, 75­89 Indiana(Pa.) W, 79­67 Point Park L, 65­69 Slippery Rock L, 54­69 at Gannon L, 80­89 California(Pa.) L, 76­92

1978-79 Record: 11-14 at Fairmont State vs. W. Va. Wesleyan Alliance Daemen at Oberlin at Pitt­Johnstown at Mercyhurst Penn St. Behrend

L, L, W, W, L, W, L, L,

82­107 77­92 87­56 107­85 61­73 78­74 58­65 74­83

at Washington & Lee at Geneva Slippery Rock at Point Park at Lock Haven California(Pa.) at Clarion Indiana(Pa.) Mercyhurst at St. Vincent at Slippery Rock Gannon Lock Haven at California(Pa.) Clarion at Indiana(Pa.) at Gannon

L, 72­76 W, 78­70 L, 67­68 L, 49­81 W, 63­57 W, 79­75 L, 65­69 ot L, 58­75 L, 82­84 W, 77­68 W, 76­74 W, 79­76 W, 69­68 L, 73­75 2ot L, 84­96 L, 90­99 2ot W, 90­79

1979-80 Record: 21-6 Carnegie­Melon at Westminster Gannon Mercyhurst Pitt­Johnstown at Penn St. Behrend vs. St. Lawrence vs. Lock Haven Daemen Indiana(Pa.) at Pitt­Johnstown California(Pa.) at Lock Haven at Slippery Rock Clarion

W, 80­74 ot W, 62­42 W, 70­68 L, 84­86 W, 103­78 W, 64­59 L, 82­86 W, 75­74 W, 102­77 L, 59­64 W, 62­60 W, 90­73 L, 69­80 W, 50­48 W, 52­50 2ot at Mercyhurst W, 80­74 St. Vincent W, 75­52 at Indiana(Pa.) W, 65­63 Point Park W, 67­66 at California(Pa.) W, 68­66 Lock Haven W, 85­79 at Alliance W, 84­71 Slippery Rock W, 81­74 at Clarion L, 71­84 at Gannon W, 83­78 NAIA District 18 Playoffs vs. Penn St. Behrend W, 62­55 vs. Clarion L, 72­80

1980-81 Record: 7-17 Westminster LaRoche at Gannon Pitt­Bradford Penn St. Behrend vs. LaRoche vs. Slippery Rock at Mercyhurst at Clarion at Lock Haven

L, 64­78 L, 59­62 L, 43­61 L, 63­77 L, 54­55 L, 66­88 W, 88­78 L, 68­73 L, 85­86 L, 92­97 2ot at Point Park L, 69­75 California(Pa.) L, 60­62 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 72­96 Slippery Rock W, 75­72 at St. Vincent L, 61­77 Mercyhurst W, 83­74 Clarion L, 82­86 Lock Haven W, 58­57 Alliance W, 87­66 at California(Pa.) W, 67­57 Indiana(Pa.) L, 55­62 ot Gannon L, 57­70 at Slippery Rock W, 84­74 PSAC Playoffs at Indiana(Pa.) L, 69­96

1981-82 Record: 22-8 vs. West Liberty

W, 69­65

at Fairmont State L, 59­90 at Pitt­Bradford L, 81­91 Gannon L, 56­66 at Penn St. Behrend W, 60­58 Alliance W, 63­50 at Robert Morris L, 58­60 Mercyhurst W, 70­62 vs. Swarthmore W, 46­41 at Allegheny W, 67­66 Slippery Rock L, 51­56 California(Pa.) W, 78­68 at Pitt­Johnstown W, 74­71 at Lock Haven W, 64­63 Clarion W, 63­60 Daemen W, 88­84 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 59­63 Grove City W, 54­40 at LaRoche W, 76­68 at Slippery Rock W, 78­58 at California(Pa.) W, 81­76 ot at Mercyhurst W, 65­60 Lock Haven W, 77­71 at Clarion W, 79­76 at Gannon W, 77­63 Indiana(Pa.) W, 63­60 PSAC Playoffs vs. Clarion W, 58­53 at Bloomsburg L, 67­83 NCAA Div. II East Regionals Bloomsburg L, 50­53 Monmouth W, 56­53

1982-83 Record: 18-10 Point Park St. Vincent at Gannon Penn St. Behrend Alliance Mercyhurst at Akron vs. Davis & Elkins at Allegheny at Indiana(Pa.) at Lock Haven Pitt­Bradford California(Pa.) Daemen Slippery Rock at Clarion LaRoche Pitt­Johnstown

W, 53­46 W, 90­77 L, 70­95 W, 55­54 W, 81­68 W, 88­60 L, 65­80 W, 56­49 W, 67­66 W, 55­46 W, 77­59 L, 56­65 W, 81­65 W, 90­78 L, 64­70 L, 72­76 ot W, 88­76 W, 106­99 2ot Indiana(Pa.) W, 59­56 ot at Mercyhurst L, 81­88 Lock Haven W, 86­80 at California(Pa.) W, 94­69 Gannon W, 73­62 at Slippery Rock L, 53­56 Clarion L, 71­74 at Alliance L, 86­92 PSAC Playoffs at Slippery Rock W, 56­54 at Cheyney L, 51­59

1983-84 Record: 17-11 vs. Alliance vs. Hanover vs. Tiffin at Pitt­Bradford at Point Park at Wright State Penn St. Behrend Alliance at Mercyhurst at Clarion Cheyney California(Pa.) at Lock Haven Gannon Indiana(Pa.) at Slippery Rock at Grove City

W, L, W, W, L, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W,

74­73 59­70 61­52 73­64 65­80 42­50 75­68 93­71 76­71 79­81 80­72 66­64 78­66 90­87 2ot L, 52­65 L, 59­63 L, 61­63

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All-Time Scores Daemen W, Clarion W, Mercyhurst W, at California(Pa.) L, Lock Haven W, at Gannon W, at Indiana(Pa.) L, Slippery Rock L, at LaRoche W, at St. Vincent W, PSAC Playoffs at California(Pa.) L,

92­64 70­57 71­58 64­74 66­64 ot 77­75 ot 44­48 59­68 73­70 49­48 65­73

The Jim Sims Era 1984-85 Record: 12-14 at Penn St. Behrend St. Vincent at Gannon Point Park vs. C.W. Post at Assumption Mercyhurst Alliance vs. Sam Houston at Quincy vs. Northern Michigan at Akron Slippery Rock California(Pa.) at Clarion Gannon Indiana(Pa.) Alliance at Mercyhurst at Slippery Rock Lock Haven at Lock Haven at California(Pa.) Clarion at Indiana(Pa.) at Central St.(Oh.)

W, W, L, W, L, L, L, W, W, L,

76­68 78­65 80­83 80­60 56­73 80­105 60­69 77­73 62­56 43­56

L, L, L, W, L, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, L, L, W, L,

72­78 60­89 71­82 72­67 69­76 71­73 51­45 94­78 86­72 57­58 87­82 77­72 75­79 57­64 59­54 77­87

1985-86 Record: 18-13 Pitt­Bradford Kutztown LaRoche at East Carolina Penn St. Behrend at Mercyhurst West Va. Wesleyan at Robert Morris at Gannon vs. Wabash at Allegheny at Geneva Indiana(Pa.) California(Pa.) at Lock Haven Slippery Rock Clarion Alliance Mercyhurst at Indiana(Pa.) at California(Pa.) Central State(Oh.) Lock Haven at Slippery Rock Gannon at Clarion at Wright State Indiana(Pa.) Cheyney Cheyney Millersville

W, 63­53 W, 81­74 2ot W, 84­82 ot L, 58­63 W, 75­71 L, 84­100 L, 66­89 L, 57­70 L, 46­51 L, 71­72 L, 67­72 W, 79­68 L, 54­63 W, 71­66 W, 85­82 W, 87­70 W, 64­61 ot W, 83­65 W, 94­88 W, 67­62 W, 99­89 W, 87­84 W, 75­69 W, 61­53 W, 75­73 L, 67­82 L, 87­91 W, 61­57 L, 67­90 L, 85­106 L, 86­107

1986-87 Record: 14-12 Mercy LeMoyne at East Carolina LaRoche Mercyhurst Dyke at Gannon at Akron vs. Midwestern St. vs. Clark(Ga.) at Quincy Penn St. Behrend at Clarion Wright State at Lock Haven California(Pa.) at Mercyhurst at Indiana(Pa.) Slippery Rock Pitt­Bradford Clarion Lock Haven at California(Pa.) Gannon Indiana(Pa.) at Slippery Rock

W, W, L, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, W, W, W, W, L, L, L, L, W, W, W, W, L, L, L, L,

102­77 67­65 78­109 83­77 95­70 74­72 70­77 76­95 69­92 63­62 71­66 82­66 77­69 79­77 68­93 90­91 78­79 58­75 84­73 ot 93­76 85­78 93­64 85­92 86­91 ot 75­96 61­63

1987-88 Record: 12-15 West Virginia Tech West Va. Wesleyan Concordia Fairmont State Mercyhurst Alderson­Broaddus

W, 100­97 L, 90­103 W, 120­103 L, 89­98 W, 86­81 W, 120­114 ot Gannon W, 88­71 St. Vincent W, 66­58 Allegheny L, 67­84 Fairmont State L, 80­91 Alderson­Broaddus L, 99­101 West Va. Wesleyan L, 84­90 Mansfield W, 115­77 Indiana(Pa.) W, 76­73 Clarion W, 85­79 Slippery Rock L, 84­89 Lock Haven L, 72­79 California(Pa.) L, 89­95 ot Shippensburg W, 82­61 Indiana(Pa.) L, 66­73 Clarion L, 75­80 Slippery Rock L, 99­111 Gannon L, 73­76 Lock Haven L, 80­89 Mercyhurst W, 91­89 ot California(Pa.) W, 94­88 Shippensburg L, 77­86

1988-89 Record: 14-12 Virginia Union at St. Francis(Pa.) at Mansfield at Gannon Central State(Oh.) Dyke Mercyhurst Kutztown Pitt­Johnstown vs. Davis & Elkins at Allegheny at Mercyhurst at Pitt­Johnstown at Slippery Rock Shippensburg Clarion Lock Haven at Indiana(Pa.) California(Pa.) Gannon Slippery Rock

L, 75­102 L, 77­89 L, 75­86 L, 79­89 W, 85­80 L, 87­97 W, 72­59 W, 69­62 W, 85­79 W, 111­88 W, 88­77 L, 76­88 W, 63­54 W, 73­68 ot L, 60­63 L, 74­84 L, 68­78 W, 77­76 L, 122­128 5ot W, 77­71 L, 72­90

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at Shippensburg Clarion Lock Haven Indiana(Pa.) at California(Pa.)

L, W, W, W, W,

67­77 71­65 71­60 94­90 ot 92­85 ot

The Greg Walcavich Era 1989-90 Record: 22-5 Lincoln(Pa.) W, 87­67 East Stroudsburg W, 95­77 Columbia Union W, 95­77 Fairmont State W, 91­79 Kutztown W, 75­57 Dowling W, 85­67 Pitt­Johnstown W, 87­71 Gannon W, 76­69 Penn St. Behrend W, 82­59 Allegheny W,100­99 ot Daemen W, 100­85 Pitt­Johnstown W, 96­80 at Lock Haven L, 77­80 Indiana(Pa.) W, 69­60 at California(Pa.) L, 86­90 Slippery Rock L, 96­104 ot at Shippensburg W, 75­60 Clarion W, 78­61 Lock Haven W, 87­82 at Gannon W, 93­86 at Indiana(Pa.) W, 83­74 ot California(Pa.) W, 82­76 at Slippery Rock L, 103­112 Shippensburg W, 97­84 at Mercyhurst W, 79­47 at Clarion W, 82­72 PSAC Playoffs at Lock Haven L, 75­84

1990-91 Record: 18-10 Kutztown Mt. Vernon Nazarene Point Park Fairmont State Pitt­Johnstown Mercyhurst Gannon Oakland West Va. Wesleyan

W, 106­90

W, 101­90 W, 110­94 L, 78­94 W, 83­80 W, 83­80 L, 58­77 L, 72­96 L, 127­129 2ot Daemen W, 108­93 Millersville W, 112­96 Mercyhurst W, 70­53 California(Pa.) W, 74­73 Indiana(Pa.) W, 86­83 Slippery Rock L, 68­97 Shippensburg L, 75­77 Clarion W, 105­95 Lock Haven W, 82­81 Gannon W, 70­61 California(Pa.) W, 80­77 Indiana(Pa.) W, 95­84 Slippery Rock W, 93­73 Shippensburg L, 74­77 Millersville L, 75­77 Clarion L, 72­100 Lock Haven W, 83­82 Pitt­Johnstown W, 98­80 PSAC Playoffs Slippery Rock L, 72­88

1991-92 Record: 20-9 West Virginia Tech Bloomsburg Oakland Fairmont State vs. Stonehill at East Stroudsburg Gannon

W, W, L, W, W, L, L,

87­80 91­82 77­82 85­82 92­81 66­77 61­66

at Mercyhurst W, 84­75 at Wayland Baptist L, 76­92 West Va. Wesleyan W, 101­77 Cheyney W, 81­74 at Gannon W, 71­70 at Shippensburg W, 87­63 Slippery Rock W, 82­66 Clarion W, 103­93 at Lock Haven W, 92­65 at LeMoyne L, 77­89 Point Park W, 108­73 at California(Pa.) L, 65­81 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 73­80 Shippensburg W, 97­83 at Clarion W, 98­84 Lock Haven W, 82­79 ot MercyhurstW, 91­87 California(Pa.) L, 77­82 Indiana(Pa.) W, 92­78 at Slippery Rock W, 77­75 PSAC Playoffs vs. East Stroudsburg W, 81­78 at California(Pa.) L, 76­92

1992-93 Record: 12-17 at Alaska­Anchorage at Alaska­Anchorage at Alaska­Fairbanks at Alaska­Fairbanks Point Park at Gannon Mercyhurst West Va. Wesleyan Cheyney at Fairmont State vs. Teikyo­Post at Bloomsburg Gannon Columbia Union Slippery Rock Lock Haven at Clarion Pitt­Johnstown California(Pa.) at Indiana(Pa.) Shippensburg at Slippery Rock at Lock Haven Clarion at Mercyhurst at California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) at Shippensburg at Millersville

L, L, L, L, L, W, L, W, W, W, W, L, L, W, L, W, L, W, L, L, W, L, L, W, W, L, L, W, L,

83­89 92­116 84­99 84­85 72­80 69­65 65­79 79­53 86­67 91­74 114­83 63­68 81­82 122­69 63­82 88­73 72­84 110­74 89­91 79­84 82­75 77­78 75­79 100­93 84­75 83­101 74­75 101­81 85­96

1993-94 Record: 20-8 Davis & Elkins W, 105­52 Gannon W, 69­58 Fairmont State W, 77­56 Mercyhurst W, 91­64 at Gannon L, 67­75 LeMoyne W, 78­73 Point Park W, 98­71 at Malone L, 85­89 Columbia Union W, 85­59 Lake Erie W, 98­57 at Pitt­Johnstown W, 79­70 Clarion W, 88­70 California(Pa.) W, 74­68 Gannon W, 76­61 at Shippensburg W, 78­68 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 93­94 at Lock Haven W, 70­64 Slippery Rock L, 71­77 at California(Pa.) L, 67­77 at Clarion W, 98­82 at Mercyhurst W, 79­66 Indiana(Pa.) L, 66­70 Shippensburg W, 88­78 at Slippery Rock W, 107­84 Lock Haven W, 105­72 NCAA Div. II East Regionals West Chester W, 88­67

vs. Indiana(Pa.) vs. Gannon

L, 77­90 L, 66­75

1994-95 Record: 15-11 Columbia Union Malone Point Park Millersville at Mercyhurst West Chester Gannon vs. Bridgeport at Millersville Mansfield at Mansfield at West Chester at Clarion at California(Pa.) Mercyhurst Shippensburg Indiana(Pa.) Lock Haven at Slippery Rock California(Pa.) Clarion at Gannon at Indiana(Pa.) at Shippensburg Slippery Rock at Lock Haven

W, W, W, L, W, L, L, W, L, W, L, L, W, L, W, W, L, W, W, L, W, L, W, L, W, W,

102­77 82­58 79­72 73­86 63­55 69­74 93­96 ot 95­76 77­80 86­55 62­67 64­66 87­79 ot 74­85 67­64 96­73 63­77 84­66 91­69 64­66 66­60 82­92 94­77 71­74 108­81 97­69

1995-96 Record: 21-6 Columbia Union W, 92­76 Point Park W, 81­79 Mercyhurst W, 91­69 at Ashland L, 74­76 Gannon W, 78­51 Thiel W, 116­67 Lake Erie W, 106­64 Hillsdale W, 90­70 at Gannon L, 85­92 Daemen W, 103­54 Salem­Teikyo W, 75­67 Clarion W, 93­71 California(Pa.) L, 59­71 at Mercyhurst W, 99­90 Ohio Valley W, 117­69 at Shippensburg W, 94­83 Indiana(Pa.) L, 73­74 at Lock Haven W, 96­87 Pitt­Johnstown W, 89­84 Slippery Rock W, 91­40 at California(Pa.) L, 64­79 at Clarion W, 103­95 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 86­96 Shippensburg W, 96­69 at Slippery Rock W, 89­82 Lock Haven W, 75­62 PSAC Playoffs at Cheyney L, 78­85 NCAA Div. II East Regionals vs. Bloomsburg W, 90­82 at California(Pa.) L, 76­84

1996-97 Record: 13-14 at St. Rose Columbia Union Point Park at Gannon at Salem­Teikyo Ashland at West Va. Wesleyan Lake Erie at Mercyhurst Daemen at Slippery Rock Lock Haven Indiana(Pa.) Shippensburg Mercyhurst at California(Pa.) at Clarion

L, L, W, L, L, W, L, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, L,

60­79 74­79 90­81 82­94 58­79 106­81 58­61 91­57 67­78 89­58 77­71 ot 82­70 90­70 75­63 76­73 ot 72­75 59­77

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All-Time Scores at Lock Haven W, Gannon L, Slippery Rock W, at Shippensburg L, at Indiana(Pa.) L, at Pitt­Johnstown L, Pitt­Bradford W, Clarion W, California(Pa.) L, PSAC Playoffs Mansfield L,

71­68 95­99 95­67 74­86 91­95 ot 84­100 96­79 87­81 79­86 103­117

1997-98 Record: 26-8 vs. Southern Connecticut W, 88­77 vs. Columbus State L, 80­87 vs. Northern State L, 63­87 West Va. Wesleyan W, 77­76 Gannon L, 69­83 Lake Erie W, 90­69 Point Park W, 116­57 Hilbert W, 94­61 at Pitt­Bradford W, 57­53 Mercyhurst W, 79­65 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 95­94 Roberts Wesleyan W, 108­98 Slippery Rock W, 80­73 at Lock Haven W, 72­50 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 82­88 at Shippensburg W, 84­75 D'Youville W, 79­50 Central State W, 88­72 California(Pa.) W, 93­84 at Mercyhurst L, 63­89 Clarion W, 85­77 Lock Haven W, 78­64 at Gannon W, 91­79 at Slippery Rock W, 75­64 Shippensburg W, 80­70 Indiana(Pa.) W, 95­90 Pitt­Johnstown W, 95­83 at Clarion L, 68­76 at California(Pa.) L, 70­89 PSAC Playoffs Clarion W, 77­67 Bloomsburg W, 72­67 West Chester W, 83­77 NCAA Div. II East Regionals vs. California(Pa.) W, 83­78 at Salem­Teikyo L, 83­91

1998-99 Record: 16-12 at Central St.(Oh.) L, Point Park L, St. Rose W, Wheeling Jesuit W, Mercyhurst W, Central State(Oh.) W, Lake Erie W, Gannon L, at Mercyhurst L, Porreco Cup vs. Assumption W, at Gannon L, at Clarion L, at California(Pa.) L, Lake Superior St. W, at Mansfield L, Shippensburg W, Indiana(Pa.) W, Lock Haven W, at Slippery Rock L, California(Pa.) L, Clarion W, Mansfield W, at Indiana(Pa.) L, at Shippensburg W, Slippery Rock W, at Lock Haven W, PSAC Playoffs at Indiana(Pa.) W, at Bloomsburg L,

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68­80 70­78 50­48 92­63 82­56 68­54 89­65 52­58 64­75 94­84 70­79 81­88 69­81 85­76 88­91 ot 75­62 71­69 80­70 86­92 54­69 63­57 71­59 62­84 61­47 62­52 73­67 63­61 68­80

1999-2000 Record: 13-13 vs. West Liberty vs. Wheeling Jesuit at Mercyhurst Allegheny Point Park at Gannon Mercyhurst vs. Bryant vs. Bloomsburg vs. Franklin Pierce Columbia Union Clarion California(Pa.) at Ohio Valley Mansfield at Shippensburg at Indiana(Pa.) Lock Haven Slippery Rock at California(Pa.) at Clarion at Mansfield Indiana(Pa.) Shippensburg at Slippery Rock at Lock Haven

W, 99­85 W, 77­57 L, 86­90 2ot W, 87­74 W, 100­72 L, 79­96 W, 60­57 L, 59­78 L, 53­79 L, 75­80 W, 104­80 W, 85­74 ot L, 76­79 W, 86­74 W, 96­85 W, 65­62 L, 61­74 W, 69­62 L, 73­85 L, 65­74 L, 94­100 2ot L, 78­83 L, 63­71 W, 84­61 L, 66­77 W, 76­67

2000-01 Record: 21-7 Lake Erie W, Gannon W, Mercyhurst W, East Stroudsburg W, Kutztown W, Ohio Valley W, at Cheyney L, at West Chester L, Allegheny W, at Mercyhurst L, Columbia Union W, Millersville W, at California(Pa.) W, at Mansfield W, at Bloomsburg W, at Clarion W, Shippensburg L, Lock Haven W, Indiana(Pa.) L, California(Pa.) W, at Slippery Rock W, Clarion W, at Indiana(Pa.) W, at Shippensburg L, Slippery Rock W, at Lock Haven W, PSAC Playoffs Shippensburg W, West Chester L,

80­54 91­80 79­68 69­55 78­55 70­59 66­72 69­78 86­58 76­82 91­56 78­60 88­78 90­82 84­81 79­75 70­71 84­78 76­82 89­79 62­54 104­92 70­65 84­95 96­59 70­62 99­81 72­82

2001-02 Record: 18-9 at Gannon Wooster at Mercyhurst at East Stroudsburg at Kutztown Columbia Union at Millersville at Allegheny Lake Erie Cheyney West Chester California(Pa.) Mansfield Bloomsburg Clarion at Shippensburg Mercyhurst at Lock Haven at Indiana(Pa.) at California(Pa.)

L, L, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, L,

69­72 57­72 68­74 74­67 80­77 ot 76­68 69­79 83­78 92­83 ot 66­63 57­71 88­73 77­72 84­69 76­62 74­66 83­70 82­72 63­81 72­101

Slippery Rock W, at Clarion L, Indiana(Pa.) W, Shippensburg W, at Slippery Rock W, Lock Haven W, PSAC Playoffs at California(Pa.) L,

80­66 74­78 77­75 83­75 75­64 81­70 70­82

2002-03 Record: 18-10 Cal.Pa) Holiday Inn Classic vs. Dist. of Columbia* L, 62­67 vs. W. Va. Wesleyan W, 65­55 Gannon L, 60­74 Mercyhurst L, 60­68 Millersville W, 79­70 West Chester W, 60­58 at Mercyhurst L, 60­69 Bloomsburg W, 70­69 East Stroudsburg W, 55­54 vs. Bowie State L, 75­90 vs. West Liberty St. W, 89­67 at Mansfield W, 85­80 Lake Erie W, 74­67 at Kutztown L, 72­81 at Cheyney W, 60­57 at Slippery Rock W, 90­67 Lock Haven W, 74­72 Indiana(Pa.) W, 73­71 Shippensburg W, 70­58 at California(Pa.) L, 44­58 at Clarion L, 49­74 at Lock Haven W, 69­66 Slippery Rock W, 66­60 at Shippensburg W, 71­60 at Indiana(Pa.) L, 59­88 Clarion W, 57­43 California(Pa.) L, 59­73 PSAC Playoffs Clarion L, 63­76 * received forfeit win

2003-04 Record: 15-13 West Va. Wesleyan W, vs. Dist. of Columbia* L, vs. Virginia State L, at Gannon L, at Mercyhurst W, Mansfield L, Lake Erie W, Kutztown W, Cheyney L, Mercyhurst L, at Charleston(WV) L, at Millersville L, at West Chester L, at Bloomsburg W, at East Stroudsburg W, Slippery Rock W, at Lock Haven W, at Indiana(Pa.) L, at Shippensburg W, California(Pa.) W, Clarion W, Lock Haven W, at Slippery Rock W, Shippensburg W, Indiana(Pa.) L, at Clarion L, at California(Pa.) L, PSAC Playoffs Indiana(Pa.) L,

80­61 66­83 64­67 59­70 65­45 67­72 88­69 77­55 60­72 46­62 64­79 69­71 ot 59­75 74­69 68­65 81­57 75­58 74­78 63­50 75­69 64­60 81­64 82­80 ot 54­52 59­72 55­62 45­48 56­72

* received forfeit win

2004-05 Record: 24-7 at W. Va. Wesleyan W, 85­69 Cal.Pa) Holiday Inn Classic vs. Virginia Union L, 52­79 vs. Ohio Valley W, 78­55 Gannon W, 69­60 PSU McKeesport W, 88­68

at Mansfield W, 82­70 at East Stroudsburg W, 58­55 PSU NewKensington W, 94­55 at Bloomsburg W, 92­87 Charleston(WV) W, 77­62 Mercyhurst W, 71­51 Millersville L, 64­66 Cheyney W, 87­72 Kutztown W, 79­56 West Chester W, 62­58 Slippery Rock W, 83­60 at California(Pa.) W, 71­68 at Indiana(Pa.) W, 89­81 Lock Haven W, 69­54 at Clarion L, 66­72 Shippensburg W, 72­50 at Slippery Rock L, 74­85 California(Pa.) W, 64­53 Indiana(Pa.) W, 80­69 at Lock Haven L, 63­69 Clarion L, 61­69 at Shippensburg W, 75­58 PSAC Playoffs Indiana(Pa.) W, 80­63 Mansfield W, 101­94 Millersville W, 85­76 NCAA Div. II East Regional vs. Indiana(Pa.) L, 73­76 ot

2005-06 Record: 21-10 West Va. Wesleyan W, 89­56 at Gannon W, 78­69 PSU McKeesport W, 93­62 Lake Erie L, 62­66 Mansfield W, 67­66 East Stroudsburg W, 77­69 at Mercyhurst L, 72­76 ot Charleston(WV) L, 75­81 Bloomsburg W, 81­73 at Alderson­ Broaddus L, 66­79 ot at Millersville L, 65­66 at Cheyney L, 66­69 PSU New Kensington W, 97­43 at Kutztown W, 83­80 at West Chester W, 65­40 at Slippery Rock W, 88­71 California(Pa.) W, 61­60 Indiana(Pa.) W, 69­62 at Lock Haven W, 91­82 Clarion W, 87­72 at Shippensburg L, 47­59 Slippery Rock W, 82­71 at California(Pa.) L, 63­78 at Indiana(Pa.) W, 80­79 Lock Haven W 81­71 ot at Clarion W, 69­66 Shippensburg L, 66­71 PSAC Playoffs California(Pa.) W, 97­78 at West Chester W, 62­59 vs. Shippensburg W, 52­51 NCAA Div. II East Regional vs. West Virginia St. L, 89­103

2006-07 Record: 20-9 at W. Va. Wesleyan PSU McKeesport Gannon PSUNewKensington Millersville West Chester Mercyhurst at Charleston(WV) East Stroudsburg Kutztown Alderson­Broaddus at Cheyney Shippensburg at Mansfield at Bloomsburg Slippery Rock at Indiana(Pa.) Franciscan

L, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, L, W, L, W, W, W, W,

57­61 79­51 67­60 70­26 78­82 75­67 63­57 77­75 72­82 75­62 84­67 41­57 76­51 66­80 73­63 87­59 63­51 85­53

at Lock Haven* L, at Clarion L, California(Pa.) W, at Shippensburg L, at Slippery Rock W, Indiana(Pa.) W, Lock Haven W, Clarion W, at California(Pa.) L, PSAC Playoffs Shippensburg W, vs. Millersville L,

58­61 67­75 49­48 54­69 76­64 76­46 92­73 81­58 59­73 67­60 55­65

* received forfeit win

2007-08 Record: 24-7 PSU New KensingtonW, 86­59 West Va. Wesleyan W, 94­75 Allegheny W, 61­55 at Millersville L, 73­78 ot at West Chester L, 56­70 at Mercyhurst W, 69­59 at Gannon W, 64­60 at East Stroudsburg L, 67­72 at Kutztown W, 87­84 Porreco Cup vs. Bowie State L, 57­65 vs. Seton Hill W, 98­71 Cheyney W, 65­63 Mansfield W, 91­67 Bloomsburg W, 82­69 at Slippery Rock W, 83­68 at Shippensburg W, 71­64 Indiana(Pa.) W, 80­60 Clarion W, 94­68 at Lock Haven W, 78­65 at California(Pa.) L, 64­71 Shippensburg W, 70­62 Slippery Rock W, 80­62 at Indiana(Pa.) W, 74­65 PSU Greater Allegheny W, 101­53 Lock Haven W, 101­75 at Clarion W, 79­76 California(Pa.) W, 80­77 ot PSAC Playoffs Indiana(Pa.) W, 72­56 vs. Millersville W, 74­58 vs. California(Pa.) L, 65­73 NCAA Div. II East Regional vs. Millersville L, 61­64

2008-09 Record: 18-10 vs. Chestnut Hill W, at Bloomfield W, PSU Greater Allegheny W, Thiel W, at West Va. Wesleyan W, Lake Erie W, at Charleston(WV) W, Urbana W, at Alderson­Broaddus L, Mansfield W, Bloomsburg W, at Kutztown L, at East Stroudsburg L, Lock Haven W, at Slippery Rock W, Mercyhurst L, at California(Pa.) W, Gannon L, at Clarion W, Indiana(Pa.) W, at Lock Haven W, at Mercyhurst W, Slippery Rock L, at Gannon L, California(Pa.) L, at Indiana(Pa.) L, Clarion W, PSAC Playoffs at Gannon L,

79­61 74­65 85­54 78­69 82­76 85­78 75­62 83­62 83­85 86­77 94­78 85­91 63­68 87­72 85­82 71­76 ot 56­52 65­66 78­59 83­78 87­73 72­68 90­96 ot 62­79 72­73 71­78 88­79 75­89

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All-Americans Tyrone Mason

Jakim Donaldson

1995-96 First Team 6’1” Guard Philadelphia, PA

2004-05 First Team 6’8” Forward Pittsburgh, PA

} NAIA All-Americans

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Kenny Tate

Joe Jones

2001-02 Second Team 6’3” Forward Philadelphia, PA

2008-09 6’3” Guard Erie, PA

Dan Petchel

Darryl Meacham

2nd Team 1964-65

3rd Team 1965-66

Frank Smith

Fred Riley

3rd Team 1966-67 1968-69

3rd Team 1971-72 Hon. Mention 1970-71

Roy Stauffer

Dennis Hampton

Hon. Mention 1972-73 1973-74

Hon. Mention 1973-74

Tim Smiley Hon. Mention 1974-75 1975-76

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The Honor Roll } NABC All-Star Game 2005­06 2008­09

Daren Tielsch, F Joe Jones, G

} NABC All-District 1968­69 1975­76 1976­77 1978­79 1981­82 1982­83 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2004­05 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

Frank Smith (3rd team) Tim Smiley (3rd team) Tim Smiley (3rd team) Don Lovett (3rd team) Land Battle (2nd team) Land Battle (2nd team) Tom Taylor (2nd team) Jose Davis (2nd team) Billy Wade (2nd team) Billy Wade (1st team) Sterling Washington (2nd team) Adam Cheek (2nd team) Adam Cheek (1st team) Price Williams (1st team) Tyrone Mason (1st team) Tyrone Mason (1st team) Kenny Tate (1st team) Adam Kaufman (2nd team) Kenny Tate (2nd team) Adam Kaufman (2nd team) Kenny Tate (1st team) Jakim Donaldson (1st team) Daren Tielsch (2nd team) Ryan McLemore (1st team) Joe Jones (1st team)

} All-PSAC West 1961­62

1962­63 1963­64 1964­65 1965­66 1966­67

1967­68

1968­69

1969­70

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1971­72

1972­73 1973­74

1974­75

1975­76 1976­77 1977­78 1978­79 1979­80

Ken Barker (hon. mention) Jim Sims (hon. mention) Wendell Rojik (hon. mention) Dan Petchel (1st team) Ken Barker (hon. mention) Dan Petchel (1st team) Dan Petchel (1st team) Dave Shenelt (hon. mention) Darryl Meacham (1st team) Dave Shenefelt (2nd team) Don Dougan (2nd team) Lynn Nelson (1st team) Butch Hurley (hon. mention) Harry Jenkins (hon. mention) Tim Maloney (hon. mention) Darryl Meacham (hon. mention) Frank Smith (hon. mention) Don Dougan (1st team) Frank Smith (1st team) Harry Jenkins (2nd team) Jim Robinson (2nd team) Mick Unick (2nd team) Frank Smith (1st team) Rod Herron (2nd team) Harry Jenkins (2nd team) Tim Ziner (hon. mention) Art Dickinson (1st team) Jim Prokell (1st team)

Jakim Donaldson

1970­71

1980­81 1981­82 1982­83

1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94

Adam Kaufman

Dave Knowlton (1st team) Fred Riley (1st team) Jim Prokell (1st team) Dave Knowlton (2nd team) Fred Riley (1st team) Jim Prokell (1st team) Jim Romaniszyn (2nd team) Roy Stauffer (hon. mention) Roy Stauffer (1st team) Larry Betar (2nd team) Roy Stauffer (1st team) Dennis Hampton (2nd team) James Boyd (2nd team) Charlie Hickox (2nd team) Tim Smiley (1st team) Charlie Hickox (2nd team) Larry Betar (2nd team) Don Childs (2nd team) Don Gerdich (hon. mention) Gary Statnton (hon. mention) Dennis Hampton (1st team) Tim Smiley (1st team) Gary Stanton (1st team) Tim Smiley (2nd team) Don Lovett (hon. mention) Gary Stanton (1st team) Rick Federici (2nd team) Don Lovett (2nd team) Don Lovett (1st team) Melvin Hooker (2nd team) Tyrone Tillman (2nd team) Melvin Hooker (1st team) Don Lovett (1st team) Tyrone Tillman (hon. mention) Land Battle (2nd team) Steve Senko (2nd team) Land Battle (1st team) Steve Senko (1st team,) Land Battle (1st team) Steve Senko (1st team) Brian Simmons (2nd team) Edwin Wright (2nd team) Edwin Wright (1st team) Earl Minor (2nd team) Earl Minor (1st team) Tom Taylor (1st team) Tom Taylor (1st team) Terrence Jenkins (1st team) Jose Davis (2nd team) Tom Taylor (2nd team) Jose Davis (1st team) Ricky Jordan (2nd team) Billy Wade (1st team) Billy Wade (1st team) Sterling Washington (1st team) Adam Cheek (1st team) Aaron Brown (2nd team) Price Williams (2nd team) Adam Cheek (1st team) Sean Gibson (2nd team) Price Williams (1st team)

Tyrone Mason

1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98

1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

Tyrone Mason (2nd team) Tyrone Mason (1st team) Philip Melton (2nd team) Tyrone Mason (1st team) Antoine Jefferson (2nd team) Tim Miller (2nd team) Warren Chance (1st team) Dwayne Butler (2nd team) Adam Kaufman (2nd team) Jesse Ogden (2nd team) Amos Upshaw (2nd team) Adam Kaufman (1st team) Michael Johnson (2nd team) Adam Kaufman (1st team) Kenny Tate (1st team) Adam Kaufman (1st team) Kenny Tate (1st team) Blake Johnson (2nd team) Kenny Tate (1st team) Jakim Donaldson (1st team) Rob Sims (1st team) Jakim Donaldson (1st team) Rob Sims (2nd team) Jakim Donaldson(1st team) Ron Sims (2nd team) Torry Mitchell(1st team) Daren Tielsch (1st team) Daren Tielsch (1st team) Curtis Ingram (2nd team) Ryan McLemore (1st team) Joseph Jones (1st team) Devon Knight (2nd team) Joe Jones (1st team)

} PSAC West Player of the Year 1994­95 1995­96 2000­01 2001­02 2004­05 2007­08

Tyrone Mason, G Tyrone Mason, G Adam Kaufman, G Kenny Tate, F Jakim Donaldson, F Ryan McLemore, F

} PSAC West Rookie of the Year 1988­89 1995­96 1997­98 2001­02

Aaron Brown, F Michael Johnson, F Amos Upshaw, C Dan Grabill, G

} PSAC West Coach of the Year 1985­86 1997­98 2000­01

Tim Smiley

Jim Sims Greg Walcavich Greg Walcavich

Kenny Tate

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All-Time vs. Opponents Opponent Akron Alaska­Anchorage Alaska­Fairbanks Alcorn State Alderson­Broaddus Allegheny Alliance Alma Ashland Assumption Atlantic Christian Baldwin­Wallace Bloomfield Bloomsburg Bluffton Bowie State Bridgeport Bryant Buffalo, Univ. at Buffalo State California(Pa.) Cal St.­Fullerton Canisius Capital Carnegie­Mellon Central Michigan Central State(Oh.) Charleston (WV), Univ. of Chestnut Hill Cheyney Clarion Clark(Ga.) Cleveland State Columbia Union Columbus State(Ga.) Concord Concordia C.W. Post Daemen Davis & Elkins Desalles District of Columbia Dowling Dyke D'Youville East Carolina East Stroudsburg Erie Branch Fairmont State Findlay Franciscan Franklin Pierce Fredonia State Frostburg State Gannon Geneva Georgia State Grove City Gustavus Adolphus Hanover Hilbert Hillsdale Hiram Indiana(Pa.) Kanty College Kent State Kenyon Kutztown Lake Erie Lake Superior State LaRoche Lawrence Tech LeMoyne Lincoln(Pa.) Lock Haven Long Beach State

First Meeting 1982­83 1992­93 1992­93 1974­75 1975­76 1930­31 1930­31 1971­72 1929­30 1984­85 1977­78 1963­64 2008­09 1963­64 1962­63 2002­03 1994­95 1999­00 1948­49 1929­30 1928­29 1968­69 1929­30 1971­72 1961­62 1965­66 1984­85 2003­04 2008­09 1965­66 1928­29 1986­87 1946­47 1989­90 1997­98 1977­78 1987­88 1984­85 1978­79 1982­83 1940­41 2002­03 1989­90 1986­87 1997­98 1985­86 1989­90 1930­31 1978­79 1933­34 2006­07 1999­00 1928­29 1973­74 1948­49 1951­52 1977­78 1949­50 1975­76 1983­84 1997­98 1995­96 1970­71 1928­29 1928­29 1937­38 1968­69 1930­31 1993­94 1975­76 1980­81 1939­40 1986­87 1989­90 1957­58 1968­69

Last Meeting 1986­87 1992­93 1992­93 1974­75 2008­09 2007­08 1985­86 1971­72 1996­97 1998­99 1977­78 1975­76 2008­09 2008­09 1962­63 2007­08 1994­95 1999­00 1951­52 1946­47 2008­09 1968­69 1941­42 1976­77 1979­80 1965­66 1998­99 2008­09 2008­09 2007­08 2008­09 1986­87 1967­68 2001­02 1997­98 1977­78 1987­88 1984­85 1996­97 1993­94 1940­41 2003­04 1989­90 1988­89 1997­98 1986­87 2008­09 1930­31 1993­94 1933­34 2006­07 1999­00 1969­70 1976­77 2008­09 1985­86 1977­78 1983­84 1975­76 1983­84 1997­98 1995­96 1970­71 2008­09 1928­29 1937­38 1971­72 2008­09 2008­09 1998­99 1986­87 1942­43 1993­94 1989­90 2008­09 1968­69

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Won 0 0 0 0 3 15 55 1 2 1 1 3 1 13 1 0 1 0 1 1 74 1 0 1 1 0 4 3 1 8 91 1 8 8 0 1 1 0 9 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 8 2 4 0 1 0 49 7 30 6 1 13 1 0 1 1 1 71 1 0 2 13 10 1 5 2 2 1 87 0

Lost 3 2 2 1 3 14 25 0 2 1 0 1 0 8 0 2 0 1 3 2 85 0 3 1 2 1 2 2 0 11 66 0 5 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 0 5 1 0 1 7 0 58 7 0 18 0 1 0 0 0 84 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 0 17 1

First Meeting Opponent Los Angeles State 1968­69 Malone 1993­94 Mansfield 1958­59 Marietta 1971­72 Mars Hill 1970­71 Mercy 1986­87 Mercyhurst 1972­73 Michigan Lutheran 1965­66 Midwestern State(TX) 1986­87 Millersville 1985­86 Monmouth 1981­82 Morgan State 1977­78 Mount Union 1960­61 Mount Vernon Nazarene 1990­91 Muskingum 1972­73 Northern Michigan 1969­70 Northern State(SD) 1997­98 Oakland 1990­91 Oberlin 1977­78 Ohio Chiropody 1936­37 Ohio Valley 1995­96 Ohio Wesleyan 1970­71 Oneonta State 1970­71 Palm Beach Atlantic 1974­75 Penn State Behrend 1972­73 Penn State Greater Allegheny 2004­05 Penn St. New Kensington 2004­05 Pitt­Bradford 1980­81 Pitt­Johnstown 1969­70 Point Park 1969­70 Quincy 1984­85 Robert Morris 1981­82 Roberts Wesleyan 1961­62 St. Francis(Pa.) 1988­89 St. Lawrence 1979­80 St. Mary's 1939­40 St. Rose 1996­97 St. Vincent 1974­75 Salem­Teikyo 1947­48 Sam Houston State 1984­85 Seton Hill 2007­08 Shepherd 1976­77 Shippensburg 1987­88 Slippery Rock 1928­29 Southern Connecticut State 1997­98 Stonehill 1991­92 Swarthmore 1981­82 Teikyo­Post 1992­93 Thiel 1935­36 Tiffin 1983­84 Urbana 2008­09 Virginia State 2003­04 Virginia Union 1988­89 Wabash 1985­86 Walsh 1964­65 Washington & Lee 1978­79 Wayland Baptist 1991­92 Waynesburg 1929­30 West Chester 1929­30 Western Ontario 1970­71 West Georgia 1975­76 West Liberty 1981­82 Westminster 1933­34 Westmont(Ca.) 1971­72 West Virginia State 1973­74 West Virginia Tech 1987­88 West Virginia Wesleyan 1966­67 Wheeling Jesuit 1976­77 Wilmington(De.) 1972­73 Wisconsin 1969­70 Wittenberg 1971­72 Wooster 2001­02 Wright State 1983­84 Youngstown YMCA 1928­29

Last Meeting 1968­69 1994­95 2008­09 1971­72 1970­71 1986­87 2008­09 1965­66 1986­87 2007­08 1981­82 1977­78 1972­73 1990­91 1973­74 1984­85 1997­98 1990­91 1978­79 1940­41 2004­05 1972­73 1971­72 1974­75 1989­90 2008­09 2007­08 1997­98 1997­98 1999­00 1986­87 1985­86 1997­98 1988­89 1979­80 1939­40 1998­99 1987­88 1997­98 1984­85 2007­08 1976­77 2007­08 2008­09 1997­98 1991­92 1981­82 1992­93 2008­09 1983­84 2008­09 2003­04 2004­05 1985­86 1966­67 1978­79 1991­92 1967­68 2007­08 1973­74 1975­76 2002­03 1980­81 1971­72 2005­06 1991­92 2008­09 1999­00 1972­73 1969­70 1971­72 2001­02 1986­87 1928­29

Won 1 1 17 1 1 1 42 1 0 5 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 7 4 2 1 1 15 5 4 5 17 16 1 0 6 0 0 1 1 10 2 1 1 0 33 84 1 1 1 1 26 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 7 2 1 3 1 0 1 2 12 3 0 0 0 0 1 1

Lost 0 1 14 0 0 0 25 0 1 13 0 1 2 0 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 4 10 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 3 3 0 0 1 12 71 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 8 0 0 0 5 1 1 0 8 1 1 1 1 1 2 1

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Fighting Scots Playing Professionally Donaldson, McLemore Excel in Spain

Jakim Donaldson A pair of former Edinboro University men’s basketball players completed very successful seasons while playing professionally in Spain. Jakim Donaldson was named to the LEB Gold second team in addition to earning a spot on the All­Imports Team and All­Defensive Team. Donaldson played for Cuidad de la Laguna Canarias in the LEB Gold league, the top division in Spain. Ryan McLemore, meanwhile, helped Huelva Baloncesto win the LEB Bronze champi­ onship in his first season playing abroad.

Donaldson is a 6’8” forward who has enjoyed a highly­successful career overseas since completing his days as a Fighting Scot in 2005. This past year he averaged 15.1 ppg. and 9.5 rpg. for La Laguna. He was the second­leading scor­ er on the team and led the team in rebounding and blocked shots (57). Donaldson shot 55.8 percent from the floor (188 of 337) and was 131 of 178 from the free throw line (73.6 percent). He added 66 assists and 37 steals. He had 15 double­doubles in 34 games. Donaldson currently ranks ninth in career scoring at Edinboro (1,355 points) and holds the all­time record for career rebounds (1,100). He also stands third in career blocked shots (185). He had his uniform number (number 1) retired this past winter. Of course, McLemore holds the Edinboro record for career blocks with 354 after setting an NCAA Division II record in 2007­08 as a senior with 170. His shot blocking skills made him a suc­ cess in Spain. A 6’9” forward, McLemore took his “Sheriff” act to Spain and was one of the key players in Huelva Baloncesto’s run to the LEB Bronze title. During the regular season Huelva finished with an 18­12 record, good for fourth in the league. The team would advance to the finals and defeat Matchmind Carrefourel el Bulevar de Avila. During the regular season, McLemore averaged 7.6 ppg. and 7.7 rpg., the latter good for ninth in the league. He led the league in blocked shots with 75, an average of 2.3 per game. That included a season­high 8 blocks

against Promobysa on April 15. In all, McLemore blocked at least one shot in 29 of 32 games. McLemore shot 64.8 percent from the floor (103 of 159) and was 36 of 61 from the line (59.0 percent). He finished with six double­dou­ bles. In addition to holding the career record for blocked shots, McLemore stands sixth in career rebounds with 815.

Ryan McLemore ... “The Sheriff”

Cummings, Jones Looking to Hook On While Jakim Donaldson and Ryan McLemore have made a name for themselves playing abroad, two members of the 2008­09 squad are attempting to continue to play basketball on the professional level. Gil Cummings, a 6’1” guard who played two seasons for the Fighting scots, signed over the summer with the Pittsburgh Phantoms of the American Basketball Association.The Phantoms play in the North Central Division along with teams from Akron, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Kansas City and Youngstown, among others. Cummings averaged 15.6 ppg. a year ago, good for second on the team and tenth in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. The year before that he contributed 12.0 ppg. Erie native Joe Jones, who earned All­American honors a year ago as a senior, was one of the last cuts of the Erie BayHawks, members of the NBA’s Developmental League. The BayHawks are affiliated with the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Toronto Raptors. Jones averaged a team­leading 21.4 ppg., ranking second in the PSAC and 14th in Division II in scoring. He scored 598 points, the fourth­highest single season total. He became just the fourth Fighting Scot to score 500 points in a season more than once after also scoring 518 points a year ago, a figure which ranks 13th. Jones received several postseason honors, including being named to the 2009 NABC Division II All­America Team, and was also named an hon­

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orable mention Division II Bulletin All­American. In addition, he was a two­time All­PSAC West first team selection. Jones played one sea­ son at Roberts Wesleyan before transferring to Edinboro. In just three sea­ sons he proceeded to climb into many career statistical categories. He concluded his career ranked seventh in scoring with 1,445 points. He also stands sixth in career assists with 359 and ninth in career steals with 143. In addition, Jones ranks eighth in career field goals made (539), sixth in career field goals attempted (1,211), fourth in career three­point­ ers made (166), and fifth in career three­pointers attempt­ Gil Cummings with ed (466). Pittsburgh Phantoms

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This is Edinboro University

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dinboro University of Pennsylvania is the region’s largest and most compre­ hensive institution of higher education. Edinboro’s motto, “Great Things Happen Here!” represents much more than a tagline or catchy phrase. They reflect upon a changing and growing university that strives for excellence regionally, nationally and globally. Founded more than 150 years ago by descendants of Scottish immigrants, Edinboro’s beautiful 585­acre campus is now home to nearly 8,000 students enrolled in over 100 undergraduate and graduate programs of study. Rich in its Scottish tradi­ tion, the university’s majors in art, animation, criminal justice, education, and speech language pathology have earned national recognition and accolades. Situated almost equal distance (about 100 miles) from the cultural, entertain­ ment and major league sports metropolitan areas of Cleveland, Buffalo and Pittsburgh, Edinboro is less than 20 miles south of Erie, Pennsylvania’s fourth largest city. Edinboro’s Baron­Forness Library has more than 500,000 bound volumes and 1.4 million microform units, along with online catalog access to numerous databases and electronic reserves and archives. The library, the region’s largest, is equipped with wireless network, commuter lounge, computer labs and is accessible to users with

Dr. Jeremy D. Brown President, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

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r. Jeremy D. Brown became the 16th President of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania on July 1, 2007. A native of Manchester, England, Dr. Brown came to Edinboro from the State University of New York at Canton, where he served as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs since 2003. Since his arrival at Edinboro, his leadership has result­ ed in unparalleled campus growth and a renewed effort to enhance the University’s reputation for excel­ lence regionally, nationally and on a global scale. He has already traveled to Poland, China, Korea, Taiwan and Panama, renewing or establishing new collaborative agreements with universities there, and arranging for growth in global programs that not only take Edinboro University to the world, but bring the world to Edinboro. It is President Brown’s vision to soon launch an English and Cultural Institute to serve inter­ national college and high school students. In addition to Dr. Brown’s emphasis on academic excellence and enrollment growth at the undergraduate and graduate levels, he has launched a series of ambitious campus improvements, including the University’s $115 million student housing project, “The Highlands at Edinboro University,” that will accommodate nearly 1,600 students in suite­style apartment living, and construction of the $5 million Mike S. Zafirovski Sports and Recreation Center, the region’s largest free­standing domed athletic facility. Construction has also started on the new $5 million Human Services Building, and in 2010 the $30 million Cooper Hall science building renovation and expansion is scheduled to begin. Combined, Edinboro’s ongoing new construction and renovation will amount to a $200 million investment in the university’s future and its students. In just two years at the helm, Dr. Brown has reinvigorated the Edinboro communi­ ty with the physical campus transformation, a tireless quest for academic excellence, enrollment growth to near record levels, and a renewed sense of pride over the University’s rich Scottish heritage. Royal Stewart tartan can be seen everywhere on cam­ pus! President Brown’s educational background, from academics to administration, is impressive. He earned his Bachelor of Science and Ph.D. in nuclear physics from the University of Birmingham, England. He conducted his doctoral work in the area of experimental nuclear physics at the University of Birmingham University and at the

visual impairments. Recently, the University completed the $5 million Dr. William P. Alexander Music Center, the first campus building constructed to meet the specific needs of the music department, and also completed the $25 million expansion and renovation of the Frank G. Pogue Student Center. Easily the largest construction project in Edinboro University’s history – a suite­ style student housing complex – is well underway with the completed Phase I of the 1,600­bed “Highlands at Edinboro University” ready for full fall occupancy. The new $5 million Mike S. Zafirovski Sports and Recreation Center, the region’s largest free­standing, air­supported domed facility, will soon be completed, meaning athletic teams can hold practice sessions during inclement weather. Construction is also underway on the new $5 million Human Services Building, and next year the $30 million expansion and renovation of the Cooper Hall science building is scheduled to begin. In addition to the five­acre Mallory Lake and ample pastoral and wooded areas, there are more than 40 buildings on the spacious Edinboro campus, including resi­ dence halls with private or shared rooms, honors housing and living­learning floors for academic and special interest student groups. Van Houten Dining Hall offers a variety of student meal plans, and Skipjack’s fast food emporium is perfect for an energy­ booster at any time. Edinboro’s School of Graduate Studies and Research, with its technology­based computer­assisted distance learning, now offers the region’s fastest growing academ­ ic programs and one of the nation’s largest online graduate education programs. Edinboro University in Erie – The Porreco Center, is a beautiful 27­acre campus that includes classrooms, computer laboratory and a unique facility for hosting small conferences, business meetings and special events. Edinboro University in Meadville is located in the city’s historic Bessemer Building. So you can see that Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, home of the Fighting Scots NCAA athletic teams, first­class athletic venues and more than 100 clubs and organizations, offers the complete collegiate experience for undergraduate and grad­ uate students. What’s more, Edinboro’s faculty and staff of 800 individuals working as a single team to support our students’ higher education aspirations, underscore our new motto. Great things indeed happen here! University of California­Berkeley. Immediately following completion of his Ph.D., President Brown spent two years at Indiana University involved in nuclear physics research. After his stint at Indiana, Dr. Brown accepted a faculty position in the Physics Department at Princeton University, where, in addition to continuing his research, he taught undergraduate and graduate­level physics courses. Princeton was not only rich with tradition, but its Physics Department had been home to the great Albert Einstein and John Nash! During this period, Dr. Brown also served as a resident faculty fellow at Rockefeller College and was faculty liaison for academic and social programs. Transitioning into academic administration, Dr. Brown was named associate dean of the Graduate School at Yale University. His portfolio included the Science, Engineering and Biomedical Departments, as well as recruitment of under­represented minority stu­ dents. In addition, Dr. Brown served as the Graduate School’s chief budget officer. Later, Dr. Brown returned to Princeton as associate dean of the faculty. During this appointment, he advised the dean of faculty and provost on long­range academic plan­ ning and budgeting. He also supervised all personnel issues for the 960 members of the technical, research and library staffs. In 2000, President Brown was named rector of Florida State University­Panama, serving as the chief executive officer of a small U.S. university operating in Latin America. While he was there, enrollment, curriculum and revenues grew dramatically as he devel­ oped strategic plans for growth and designed and implemented a national and interna­ tional recruiting program. During his career, Dr. Brown published many scholarly articles and has been fre­ quently invited as a speaker at international conferences, research institutions and uni­ versities. While at Edinboro, Dr. Brown and his wife, Rebeca Acuña, became the proud par­ ents of a son, Andrew Jeremy Brown. Although the happy parents had discussed the name “Andrew” prior to their arrival on campus, it is fortuitous that the patron saint of Scotland is Saint Andrew! President Brown is also an avid sports enthusiast. Being from Manchester, he is a lifelong fan of the Manchester United soccer team. He also coached the St. Lawrence University men’s and women’s squash teams for three years, taking them to the nation­ al tournament, and he likes to play squash himself. He also enjoys sailing and skiing. In addition to his role as a relatively new parent, he also very much enjoys spend­ ing time with his older sons, Lucas and Gabriel, and visiting his family in England. Dr. Brown’s academic, administrative and athletic experience, combined with his high aptitude for dealing with higher education issues, have dynamically prepared him for his duties as president of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and for implementing his vision of taking Edinboro not to the next level, but to the level beyond that. Already, after only two years in office, his leadership and stewardship have contributed in many positive ways to serving Edinboro’s students, faculty and staff, the northwestern Pennsylvania community and the broader region beyond.


2009-10 Men’s Basketball Schedule Day & Date

Opponent

Site

Saturday, November 21

WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN

Edinboro, PA

3:00 p.m.

Tuesday, November 24

THIEL

Edinboro, PA

7:30 p.m.

Friday, November 27

at Gary Miller Classic

Erie, PA

vs. Northern Kentucky Saturday, November 28

at Gary Miller Classic

Time

6:00 p.m. Erie, PA

vs. Lake Erie

6:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 5

at Lake Erie

Painesville, OH

3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, December 9

PSU-GREATER ALLEGHENY

Edinboro, PA

7:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 12

CHARLESTON(WV)

Edinboro, PA

3:00 p.m.

Tuesday, December 29

ALDERSON-BROADDUS

Edinboro, PA

7:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 2

at Mansfield

Mansfield, PA

3:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 3

at Bloomsburg

Bloomsburg, PA

3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 6

at Urbana

Urbana, OH

7:30 p.m.

Saturday, January 9

KUTZTOWN

Edinboro, PA

3:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 10

EAST STROUDSBURG

Edinboro, PA

3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 13

at Lock Haven*

Lock Haven, PA

8:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 16

SLIPPERY ROCK*

Edinboro, PA

3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 20

at Mercyhurst*

Erie, PA

7:30 p.m.

Saturday, January 23

CALIFORNIA(PA)*

Edinboro, PA

3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 27

at Gannon*

Erie, PA

7:30 p.m.

Saturday, January 30

at Clarion*

Clarion, PA

3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, February 3

at Indiana(Pa.)*

Indiana, PA

7:30 p.m.

Saturday, February 6

LOCK HAVEN*

Edinboro, PA

3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, February 10

MERCYHURST*

Edinboro, PA

7:30 p.m.

Saturday, February 13

at Slippery Rock*

Slippery Rock, PA 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, February 17

GANNON*

Edinboro, PA

7:30 p.m.

Saturday, February 20

at California(Pa.)*

California, PA

7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, February 24

INDIANA(PA)*

Edinboro, PA

7:30 p.m.

Saturday, February 27

CLARION*

Edinboro, PA

3:00 p.m.

HEAD COACH: Greg Walcavich * PSAC West game

2009 Men's Basketball Media Guide  

2009 Men's Basketball Media Guide

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