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BEMIDJI STATE MEN’S BASKETBALL Game Notes - Issue 15 - February 24-25, 2012 - Upper Iowa and Winona State at Bemidji State

NSIC Championship in reach in NSIC finale Feb. 24-25

SETTING THE SCENE Opponent: Date: Location: Tip-off: Gymnasium: Capacity:

Bemidji State hosts Upper Iowa and Winona State

Bemidji State

Upper Iowa

Winona State

19-7; 14-6 NSIC

9-15; 6-14 NSIC

23-3; 18-2 NSIC

IN THE POLLS

IN THE POLLS

IN THE POLLS

NR 6

NR NR

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BEAVERS

SETTING THE SCENE

PEACOCKS WARRIORS

NABC NCAA Region

NABC NCAA Region

Bemidji State Player to Watch James Ellisor Sr., F Glendale, Ariz.

NABC NCAA Region

2011-12 LEADERS

2011-12 LEADERS

2010-11 LEADERS

Pts: James Ellisor 564, 21.7 ppg Reb: James Ellisor 171, 6.6 rpg Ast: Bryce Tesdahl 158, 6.1 apg Stls: Lance Rongstad 33, 1.4 spg Blks: James Ellisor 13, 0.5

Pts: Tucker Wentzien 322, 13.4 ppg Reb: Tucker Wentzien 177, 7.4 rpg Ast: Jake Hughes 58, 2.4 apg Stls: Jake Hughes 24, 1.0 spg Blks: Tucker Wentzien 23, 1.0 bpg

Pts: Clayton Vette 379, 15.8 ppg Reb: Clayton Vette 162, 6.8 rpg Ast: Taylor Cameron 72, 2.8 apg Stls: CJ Erickson 44, 1.7 spg Blks: CJ Erickson 34, 1.3 bpg

James Ellisor needed 34 points and got 47 last weekend to become the 15th BSU player in program history to reach 1,000 career points. He averaged 23.5 points and 5.5 rebounds per game, with a 58.6 FG% to earn his third NSIC Player of the Week award of the season.

THE GAME The Bemidji State University men’s basketball team (19-7; 14-6 NSIC) wraps-up the regular season with a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference home weekend with Upper Iowa University and No. 22 Winona State University Feb. 24-25. BSU will battle the Peacocks at 8 p.m. and the Warriors at 6 p.m. THE BEAVERS The Beavers are 19-7 overall and 14-6 in the NSIC to sit tied for second in the standings after a 2-0 NSIC road weekend. BSU defeated Southwest Minnesota State University 79-78 on a deep buzzer beater from junior Dermaine Crockrell. BSU then defeated Minnesota State University, Mankato 78-64. Two wins by the Beavers this weekend ensures at least a share of the NSIC regular season title. A win Friday secures a home playoff game Wed., Feb. 29. Senior James Ellisor averaged 23.5 points and 5.5 rebounds per game last weekend to earn his third NSIC Player of the Week honor and he became the 15th player at BSU to reach the 1,000 point plateau. Senior Bryce Tesdahl needs 10 assists to break the BSU single-season record for assists and seven helpers to own the NSIC single-season record. PROBABLE STARTERS # Name Ht. 1 Dermaine Crockrell 6-1 2 Lance Rongstad 6-3 14 Mason Walters 6-7 32 Bryce Tesdahl 6-3 34 James Ellisor 6-5

Pos. G G/F F G F

MPG 31.2 25.6 20.0 31.5 33.5

FG% .496 .511 .422 .421 .568

3FG% .395 .313 .379 .449 .525

FT% .708 .743 .603 .776 .852

RPG 4.3 4.1 3.8 3.6 6.6

A 29 41 23 158 52

BLK 3 4 4 1 13

STL 17 33 15 25 31

PPG 11.9 9.7 8.7 7.2 21.7

OFF THE BENCH # Name 3 Zach Noreen 4 Maxie Rosenbloom 5 David Berthene 10 Jason Edwards 12 Jon Krebs 15 Brock Tesdahl 24 Jake Schalow 25 Dillon Floyd 44 Ryan Kinnell

Pos. F F F G G G G F C

MPG 14.6 9.9 10.6 15.3 6.0 2.9 18.9 3.3 7.9

FG% .511 .381 .434 .362 .550 .000 .383 .400 .423

3FG% .400 .250 .320 .300 .400 .000 .357 .000 .417

FT% .714 .591 .500 .769 .833 .000 .875 .800 .333

RPG 2.3 1.8 0.8 1.5 1.7 0.3 1.5 0.3 1.5

A 9 7 8 29 4 0 19 0 3

BLK 6 4 5 0 0 0 0 1 4

STL 7 3 2 17 1 0 11 0 2

PPG 5.8 1.8 3.8 2.0 2.1 0.0 5.4 1.5 1.8

Ht. 6-6 6-5 6-9 5-9 6-5 6-0 6-4 6-8 6-10

Upper Iowa Friday, February 24, 2012 Bemidji, Minn. 8:00 p.m. BSU Gymnasium 2,500

Opponent: Winona State Date: Saturday, February 25, 2012 Location: Bemidji, Minn. Tip-off: 6:00 p.m. Gymnasium: BSU Gymnasium Capacity: 2,500

MULTIMEDIA

Local Radio: KKBJ Talk Radio 1360 AM Play-by-play: Mark Ricci Internet Audio: www.beaverradionetwork.com Local Television: KBSU Ch. 17 Play-by-Play: Brett Leach Web cast: http://www.pennatlantic.com Live stats: http://www.bsubeavers.com/ media/livestats/mbasketball/xlive.htm

2011-12 SCHEDULE

Date Team Time/Result Nov. 1 at Minnesota (Exh.) L, 71-58 NSIC/RMAC Challenge Nov. 11 at No. 10 Metro State L, 71-60 Nov. 12 at UC-Colorado Springs W, 77-69 Nov. 20 Sioux Falls W, 68-49 Nov. 22 at UW-Stout W, 70-57 InnKeepers Beaver Classic Nov. 25 Minot State W, 74-45 Nov. 26 Michigan Tech W, 63-58 Dec. 2 at MSU Moorhead* L, 77-57 Dec. 3 at Minnesota, Crookston* W, 69-44 Dec. 9 at No. 17 Winona State* L, 62-49 Dec. 10 at Upper Iowa* W, 70-60 Dec. 16 Northern State* W, 88-59 Dec. 17 U-Mary* W, 82-61 Jan. 3 Minnesota Duluth* W, 85-72 Jan. 7 at No. 21 Augustana* L, 103-93 2OT Jan. 8 at Wayne State* W, 67-61 Jan. 13 No. 21 St. Cloud State* L, 72-70 Jan. 14 Concordia-St. Paul* W, 100-77 Jan. 20 Minnesota State* W, 75-67 Jan. 21 Southwest Minnesota State* W, 70-56 Jan. 27 at U-Mary* W, 72-65 Jan. 28 at Northern State* L, 70-55 Feb. 4 at Minnesota Duluth* W, 93-85 Feb. 10 Minnesota Crookston* W, 76-57 Feb. 11 MSU Moorhead* L, 84-77 OT Feb. 17 at Southwest Minnesota State* W, 79-78 Feb. 18 at Minnesota State* W, 78-64 Feb. 24 Upper Iowa* 8:00 p.m. Feb. 25 Winona State* 6:00 p.m. NSIC Tournament Feb. 29 First Round (Top seed) TBA March 3-4 Semi-Finals and Finals (Rochester, Minn.) TBA Home games in Bold * - Northern Sun Intercollegiate game Italics - Tournament

Athletic Media Relations Assistant Director/Men’s Basketball Contact: Dax Larson (Minnesota State ‘07) Office: (218) 755-2763 • Cell: (612) 718-0729 • Email: dlarson@bemidjistate.edu • Website: www.bsubeavers.com


Game Notes / Quick Facts Fast Break • It took the Beavers 10 games to reach the 80 point plateau until doing it in four consecutive games Dec. 16-Jan. 7. BSU is 5-1 when scoring 80 or more points this season and 13-3 when scoring 70 or more. • Scoring a lot isn’t an issue, as the Beavers have the third best scoring defense in the NSIC, allowing just 66.3 points per contest. • BSU is 16-2 when leading at halftime and 18-2 when tied or having the advantage at half this season. It’s losses coming from to then-No. 17 Winona State Dec. 9 and then-No. 21 St. Cloud State Jan. 13. • The Beavers are 67-0 after a loss this season and have a 12-6 record when winning the previous game in 2011-12. • BSU has outrebounded its opponent 13 times this season and owns a 11-2 record when doing so. Last season the Beavers went 11-4 - all their wins - when bringing down more rebounds than their opponent. • The Beavers have taken care of the ball this season. With an average of 10.4 turnovers per game the team leads the NSIC and ranks second in the nation. • BSU has also been disciplined on the defense end, with 16.0 personal fouls per game the Beavers rank No. 24 nationally. • The Beavers have shot 50 percent or better in eight of the last 11 games and are 12-0 this season when shooting above 50 percent. • Senior James Ellisor leads the league and ranks eight in the nation with 21.7 points per game. In other league rankings he sits first in 3-point percentage (52.5%), second in minutes per game (33.50 mpg), fifth in field goal percentage (56.8%), tied for 8th in free throw percentage (85.2%) ninth in rebounding (6.6 rpg) and 15th in steals (1.19 spg). • BSU leads the NSIC and ranks seventh in the nation in assist/turnover ratio with a 1.41 ratio. That is mostly in thanks to senior Bryce Tesdahl, who leads the league with a 2.93 ratio that also sits 7th in the nation. Tesdahl is the league’s leader in assists per game with 6.1 (12th nationally). He is already the program’s assist leader and has 536 career helpers. • As a team the Beavers are shooting 38.8 percent from beyond the arc to rank third in the conference and No. 25 in the nation. In conference games only the Beavers have a 39.4 percentage from downtown to sit second. • Ellisor leads the NSIC in conference games with a 58.1 percentage from downtown, while Tesdahl is seventh (44.9%). • The Beavers are 9-3 on Saturday’s in 2011-12. • The 19 victories by BSU is the most in a season under sixth-year head coach Matt Bowen. Only four teams have reached 19 wins in a season in program history, with the program record sitting at 20 by the 2003-04 team. • Bowen has started seven different combinations of five this season. The line-up of Tesdahl, Crockrell, junior Lance Rongstad, Ellisor and junior Mason Walters is 10-4. The Peacocks: The Peacocks are 9-15 overall and 6-14 in NSIC contests to rank 11th in the conference standings. UIU lost five straight before defending home court and defeating Minnesota, Crookston 75-63 and MSU Moorhead 76-72 Feb. 17-18. The Peacocks are 2-8 on the road in 2011-12. Tucker Wentzien guides the team in points (13.4 ppg) and rebounds (7.4 rpg) per game this season. All-Time Series vs the Peacocks: The Beavers own a 7-5 all-time record against Upper Iowa and are 3-2 in the last five games. Last season at home, BSU lost to UIU 83-80. In Fayette, Iowa earlier this season the Beavers downed the Peacocks 70-60. The Warriors: The No. 22 Warriors own a 23-3 overall and 18-2 NSIC record this season. Due to a transfer violation WSU nullified 13 NSIC games to decrease its winning percentage by .299 and place them fifth in the conference standings. The Warriors had won 11 straight before falling to MSU Moorhead at home Feb. 17. WSU has a +13.9 scoring margin. The Warriors are guided by Clayton Vette’s 15.8 points and 6.8 rebounds per game. All-Time Series vs the Warriors: The Beavers and Warriors have been doing battle since 1933 with WSU owning the all-time advantage 81-69, but BSU is 3-2 in the last five meetings. The Beavers lost to then-No. 17 Winona State 62-49 this season and fell to WSU last season at home 71-62. NSIC Preseason Poll: For the first time since 2006, the Bemidji State University men’s basketball team is ranked in the top eight in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Beavers were tabbed seventh (82 points) Oct. 26 in the 2011-12 edition of the coaches’ tally after finishing last season in a three-way tie for 10th in the final regular-season rankings with a 11-15 overall and 8-14 conference record.

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QUICK FACTS

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Founded: Enrollment: Conference: Website: Affiliation: Nickname: School Colors: PMS Color: Home Field: President: Athletics Director: Head Trainer: Assistant Trainer/MBB: Trainer Phone: Equipment Manager: Equipment Phone: Compliance/SWA: Athletics Secretary: Athletics Phone: Athletics Fax:

Bemidji, Minn. (11,917) 1919 5,360 Northern Sun Intercollegiate www.northernsun.org NCAA Division II Beavers Green & White Green (PMS 3305) BSU Gymnasium (2,500) Dr. Richard Hanson Dr. Rick Goeb Bill Crews Travis Shock (218) 755-2769 Mel Nygaard (218) 755-3292 Sarah Levesque Debbie Slough (218) 255-2941 (218) 755-3898

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Matt Bowen (Indiana ‘95) Head Coach Email: mbowen@bemidjistate.edu Men’s Basketball Office Phone: (218) 755-2774 Record at School: 61-100 - Sixth season Career Record: 61-100 - Sixth season Assistant Coach: Ryan Montgomery (Hamline ‘06) Graduate Assistant Coach: K evin Williamson (Univ. of Great Falls ‘07)

TEAM INFORMATION

2010-11 Record: 11-15 (8-14 NSIC, T10th) Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 Newcomers 4

PROGRAM HISTORY

First year of men’s basketball: 1921 Overall record (89 seasons): 926-1,049 (.469) Years in post-season play: 5 (NAIA) (National - 1940, 1941, 1942; District - 1984, ‘85) 1 (NCAA) (North Central Regional - 2004) Northern Intercollegiate (NIC Championships): 8 (1940, 1941, 1942, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1967) Northern Sun Intercollegiate (NSIC Championships): 1 (2004)

TEAM STATISTICS

BSU OPP SCORING 1917 1723 Points per game 73.7 66.3 Scoring margin +7.5 FIELD GOALS-ATT 673-1411 630-1395 Field goal pct .477 .452 3 POINT FG-ATT 191-492 136-378 3-point FG pct .388 .360 3-pt FG made per game 7.3 5.2 FREE THROWS-ATT 380-510 327-460 Free throw pct .745 .711 REBOUNDS 844 789 Rebounds per game 32.5 30.3 Rebounding margin +2.1 ASSISTS 382 276 Assists per game 14.7 10.6 TURNOVERS 270 303 Turnovers per game 10.4 11.7 Turnover margin +1.3 Assist/turnover ratio 1.4 0.9 STEALS 165 135 Steals per game 6.3 5.2 BLOCKS 45 59 Blocks per game 1.7 2.3 WINNING STREAK 2 Home win streak 0 ATTENDANCE 11145 17635 Home games-Avg/Game 12-929 14-1260 Neutral site-Avg/Game - 0-0

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Notes / BSU Record When... BEAVERS’ 2011-12 RECORD WHEN...

MONTH Plays in November....................................................5-1 Plays in December....................................................4-2 Plays in January........................................................6-3 Plays in February.......................................................4-1 Plays in March...........................................................0-0 DAY OF THE WEEK Plays on Sunday........................................................2-0 Plays on Monday.......................................................0-0 Plays on Tuesday......................................................2-0 Plays on Wednesday.................................................0-0 Plays on Thursday.....................................................0-0 Plays on Friday..........................................................6-4 Plays on Saturday.....................................................9-3 TIME OF DAY Plays during the day (Before 6 p.m.).........................2-0 Plays at night...........................................................17-7 LOCATION Plays at home..........................................................10-2 Plays on the road......................................................9-5 Plays at a neutral site................................................0-0

BSU’s Player to Watch: Senior James Ellisor averaged 17.3 points and 7.0 rebounds per game and shot 57.9 percent from the field in 2010-11 to earn Second-Team All-NSIC honors. He led the NSIC in field goal percentage, while ranking in the top 10 in steals (4th, 1.6 spg), blocks (T6th, 0.9 bpg), scoring (7th) and rebounding (9th). He started 25 of 26 games for BSU and posted ten 20-plus scoring games and recorded double-figures in all but two contests. Nationally, Ellisor ranked 32nd in field goal percentage. Welcome to the Northern Minnesota: The Beavers boast four players from Arizona and one from California on the 2011-12 roster. Seniors James Ellisor (Glendale, Ariz.) and Ryan Kinnell (Yuma, Ariz.) are in their second season at BSU, while it marks the first for junior transfers Dermaine Crockrell (Mesa, Ariz.) and Jason Edwards (Phoenix, Ariz.) and freshman Dillon Floyd (Palm Springs, Calif.). 5-1 Start: The Beavers started the season 5-1, the best since the 1997-98 team went 5-1 to open the campaign. BSU was also on a five-game winning streak (Nov. 12-26) to match its longest run under head coach Matt Bowen (Feb. 12-24, 2010). The 10-3 record through 13 games was the best since the 1973-74 squad posted an 11-2 record through 13.

CONFERENCE Record vs. the NSIC................................................14-6 Nonconference opponents........................................5-1 In Region.................................................................17-7 vs. NAIA or Division III...............................................1-0

Fastest to 10: The Beavers found their 10th win on their 13th contest this season. Only 11 teams in BSU program history (88 seasons) have reached 10 wins in 13 games or faster. The last team to reach 10 wins in 13 games or less was the 1973-74 team (12 games).

HALFTIME SCORE Leads at half............................................................15-2 Trails at half...............................................................2-5 Tied at half.................................................................2-0

Season 1928-29 1940-41 1945-46 1950-51 1951-52 1953-54 1952-53 1973-74 1939-40 1944-45 1965-66

MARGIN Margin is 5 points or less..........................................2-1 Margin is 10 points or less........................................6-2 Margin is between 11-20...........................................6-4 Margin is more than 20..............................................5-0 POINTS SCORED Scores 59 points or less............................................0-3 Scores 60+ points.....................................................4-1 Scores 70+ points...................................................10-2 Scores 80+ points.....................................................3-0 Scores 90+ points.....................................................1-1 Scores 100+ points...................................................1-0 SHOOTING Shoots 50% or better..............................................12-0 Shoots less than 50%...............................................7-7 Opponent shoots 50% or better...............................5-2 Opponent shoots less than 50%.............................14-5 Shoots better than opponent..................................15-1 Shoots worse than opponent....................................4-6 FREE THROWS Has more FTs made than opponent........................11-2 Has equal FTs made than opponent.........................3-2 Has less FTs made than opponent............................4-4 REBOUNDING More rebounds than opponent................................11-2 Less rebounds than opponent..................................8-4 Has equal rebounds..................................................1-0 TURNOVERS Has more TOs than opponent...................................5-5 Has equal or less TOs than opponent.....................14-2 MISCELLANEOUS vs. Nationally-ranked opponent................................0-4 In tournament play....................................................0-0 Plays an overtime game............................................0-2 Win the game before...............................................12-6 Loses the game before..............................................7-0 Makes 5+ 3-point shots..........................................18-6 Has 20+ assists.........................................................3-0 Has a 20-plus-point scorer......................................13-4 Has equal/more bench points...................................9-4 Has less bench points.............................................10-3

# of Games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 12 games 12 games 13 games 13 games 13 games

Final Record (Conf) 17-17 17-5 (6-2 NIC) 13-2 (5-2 NIC) 17-3 (6-2 NIC) 17-3 (7-1 NIC) 15-4 (6-3 NIC) 15-4 (10-4 NIC) 16-8 (5-7 NIC) 13-4 (8-1 NIC) 10-4 (7-1 NIC) 15-7 (6-4 NIC)

17 or More: Only 14 teams in BSU program history have reached 17 wins in a season, while only four have surpassed 18, including the 2011-12 team. Head Coach........................ Year....................... Win.....................Loss Rueben Frost..................... 1940-41..................... 17.............................5 Rueben Frost..................... 1941-42..................... 17.............................6 Stan Hall............................ 1950-51..................... 17.............................3 Stan Hall............................ 1951-52..................... 17.............................3 Harry Fritz.......................... 1956-57..................... 17.............................7 Zeke Hogelund.................. 1966-67..................... 19.............................5 Dave Hutchins................... 1969-70..................... 17.............................8 Dave Hutchins................... 1971-72..................... 17.............................9 Dave Hutchins................... 1972-73..................... 19.............................7 Jeff Guiot........................... 2001-02..................... 17...........................11 Jeff Guiot........................... 2002-03..................... 17...........................12 Jeff Guiot........................... 2003-04..................... 20..........................10* Patirck Smith..................... 2004-05..................... 17...........................12 Matt Bowen...................... 2011-12..................... 19.............................7 * Program record for wins

Against Ranked Opponents: The Beavers got tested right out of the gates this season with a contest at then-No. 10 Metro State Nov. 11 in the season opener, as it fell 71-60. BSU also fell to then-No. 17 Winona State Dec. 9 62-49, lost 103-93 in a double overtime thriller at then-No. 21 Augustana College and fell to then-No. 21 St. Cloud State 72-70 Jan. 13 to hold an 0-4 record against ranked opponents this season. BSU is 3-18 under head coach Matt Bowen. The last time BSU defeated a ranked opponent was at Winona State Dec. 12, 2009 when the Beavers upset the Warriors 88-87 in overtime.

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Game Accomplishments / Notes Thanks for the Charity: Last season, the Beavers finished as the No. 2 team nationally in Division II in free throw percentage (Final NCAA Statistics Summary), shooting 78.9 percent from the charity stripe. This season’s edition struggled from the line in the opening two games of the season, shooting just 55.6 percent. Since then BSU has improved its percentage and now owns a 74.5 mark from the line this season (380-of-510) to sit No. 28 nationally. The Beavers own a 77.1 percentage from the charity stripe in NSIC games to rank second in the league.

DOUBLE-DOUBLES Player Opponent (Date) James Ellisor Sioux Falls (11/20) James Ellisor Winona State (12/9) James Ellisor Upper Iowa (12/10) Lance Rongstad Augustana (1/7) Bryce Tesdahl Minnesota, Crookston (2/10)

Gotta Win the Close Ones: In a league as competitive as the NSIC, winning the close games are crucial to separate the non-playoff teams from the postseason contenders. Last season, the Beavers were 3-7 in games decided by five points or less. In 2011-12, BSU is 2-1 in games decided by five points or less and 7-2 in games by 10 or less.

Breakdown: Ellisor (3) - Total: 3

Helping Hand: With a dish to Patrick Cassidy in the opening minutes of the 87-82 loss to No. 15 Minnesota State Jan. 21, 2011, senior Bryce Tesdahl became the school’s career assist leader (1976-present). The assist was the 315th of his career, surpassing David Lee (1984-88). He finished first in the league and No. 9 in the nation in assists (6.0 apg) last season. He had four 10+ assist games. His 156 assists last year finished second on BSU’s top season assists chart. This season his 6.1 assists per game is first in the NSIC and 12th in the nation. He posted a career-high 12 assists against Concordia-St. Paul Jan. 14 and matched it Feb. 10 against Minnesota, Crookston. He posted 10 Jan. 21 against SMSU. He has nine-career 10+ assist games. Tesdahl is also the assist/turnover ratio leader in the NSIC with a 2.93 mark that ranks 7th in the nation. I’ll Pass: Tesdahl has 536 career assists. The senior has 158 assists this season, 10 shy of breaking BSU’s single season record. His 132 NSIC assists is seven shy of the record of 138 set by former Winona State guard David Fisher (2009-10). His two 12 assist performances ranks tied for second on BSU’s single game assist chart. BSU’s game, season and career assists records can be found on page 5. NSIC Player of the Week x4: Senior James Ellisor was named Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Player of the Week Nov. 21 by the league office for his efforts in the 68-49 home opener victory Nov. 20 against University of Sioux Falls. He scored 27 points, added a career-high

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Points 27 19 19 11 11

Rebs. 15* 11 10 10 --

Assists ----12

Breakdown: - Ellisor (3), Rongstad (1), Tesdahl (1) - Total: 5 30-POINT GAMES Player Opponent (Date) James Ellisor Augustana (1/7) James Ellisor Minnesota State (1/20) James Ellisor Minnesota State (2/18)

20-POINT GAMES Player Opponent (Date) James Ellisor Metro State (11/11) James Ellisor Sioux Falls (11/20) James Ellisor Minot State (11/25) James Ellisor Michigan Tech (11/26) Jake Schalow Upper Iowa (12/10) Mason Walters Northern State (12/16) Dermaine Crockrell U-Mary (12/17) James Ellisor U-Mary (12/17) James Ellisor Minnesota Duluth (1/3) James Ellisor St. Cloud State (1/13) James Ellisor Concordia-St. Paul (1/14) James Ellisor SW Minnesota State (1/21) Dermaine Crockrell Minnesota Duluth (2/4) James Ellisor Minnesota Duluth (2/4) James Ellisor Minnesota, Crookston (2/10) Lance Rongstad Minnesota, Crookston (2/10) James Ellisor MSU Moorhead (2/11) Dermaine Crockrell MSU Moorhead (2/11)

Points 34* 34t 30

Points 27 27 22 26 21t 27* 21 20 25 24 21 26 27* 21 25 21 24 20

Breakdown: Ellisor (12), Crockrell (3), Schalow (1), Rongstad (1), Walters (1) - Total: 18 10-REBOUND GAMES Player Opponent (Date) James Ellisor Sioux Falls (11/20) James Ellisor Winona State (12/9) James Ellisor Upper Iowa (12/10) Lance Rongstad Augustana (1/7)

Rebounds 15* 11 10 10

Breakdown: - Ellisor (3), Rongstad (1) - Total: 4 10-ASSIST GAMES Player Opponent (Date) Bryce Tesdahl Concordia-St. Paul (1/14) Bryce Tesdahl SW Minnesota State (1/21) Bryce Tesdahl Minnesota, Crookston (2/10)

Assists 12* 10 12t

Breakdown: - Tesdahl (3) - Total: 3 5-STEAL GAMES Player Opponent (Date) Mason Walters Concordia-St. Paul (1/14) Breakdown: - Walters (1) - Total: 1 * - career-high t - ties career-high

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BSU Game, Season, Career Records / Notes BSU Game, Season and Career Assists Records Top Single-Game Assists Totals # Asts. Player............................... Opponent (Date) 1. 13 James Roberson........Concordia-St. Paul (1/2/04) 2. 12 Bryce Tesdahl....Minnesota, Crookston (2/10/12) 12 Bryce Tesdahl .....Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) 12 James Roberson.... UM-Crookston (1/31/04) 4. 11 Bryce Tesdahl ...............Northern State (12/17/10) 11 Bryce Tesdahl.........Winona State (12/12/09) 11 James Roberson......Nebraska-Kearney (3/13/04) 11 James Roberson.........Winona State (2/6/04) 11 Royce Bryan............ UM-Crookston (2/2/02) 11 Mike Curry............ UM-Crookston (11/20/95) 11 Mike Curry..................Mayville St. (11/18/95) 11. 10 Bryce Tesdahl....SW Minnesota State (1/21/12) 10 Bryce Tesdahl...........Minnesota State (2/19/11) 10 Bryce Tesdahl.........St. Cloud State (1/14/11) 10 Bryce Tesdahl................Finlandia (11/17/10) 10 Bryce Tesdahl..................Finlandia (2/16/10) 10 James Roberson.......SW Minnesota State (2/12/05) 17. 9 13 with Most recent, Bryce Tesdahl ............................MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) Top Season Assists # Asts. Player.......................... Season............. Avg. 1. 167 James Roberson.......... 2003-04............... 5.6 2. 158 Bryce Tesdahl............. 2011-12............... 5.9 3. 156 Bryce Tesdahl.............. 2010-11............... 6.0 4. 145 Royce Bryan................ 2001-02............... 5.1 5. 142 Tyrone Terrill................. 1975-76............... 5.9 6. 137 Bryce Tesdahl.............. 2009-10............... 5.1 7. 135 James Roberson.......... 2004-05............... 5.0 8. 129 Kevin Nichols............... 1993-94............... 5.0 9. 124 Mike Curry.................... 1995-96............... 4.6 10. 114 Stan Johnson............... 2002-03............... 4.1 Top Career Assist Totals (1976-Present) # Asts. Player.............................................Seasons 1. 536 Bryce Tesdahl........................ 2008-present 2. 314 David Lee......................................... 1984-88 3. 302 James Roberson.............................. 2003-05 4. 247 Royce Bryan.................................... 2002-03 247 Tony Brown...................................... 1987-91 6. 233 Teaser Sweeney............................... 1989-93 7. 212 B.J. LaVelle...................................... 1996-99 8. 207 Brian Weierke................................... 1987-91 9. 200 Kevin Nichols.......................1991-92, ‘93-94 10. 190 David Heiss...................................... 1983-85 190 Seth Haake...................................... 2006-10

BSU Season and Career Points Records Top Career Scoring Totals/1,000 Point Club # Pts. Player...........................................Seasons 1. 2,034 David Lee....................................... 1984-88 2. 1,613 Charles Hanks................................ 2001-04 3. 1,462 Mac Smith...................................... 1997-01 4. 1,410 Mark Carlin..................................... 1963-67 5. 1,361 Scott Kramer.................................. 1991-94 6. 1,335 Tony Brown.................................... 1986-91 7. 1,272 Frank Kopetka............................... 1972-75 8. 1,251 Steve Vogel.................................... 1975-78 9. 1,222 Irv St. John..................................... 1950-54 10. 1,202 Seth Haake.................................... 2006-10 11. 1,190 David Muelken............................... 1984-88 12. 1,158 Dale Harper.................................... 1983-87 13. 1,125 Kevin Nichols............................ 1992, 1994 14. 1,112 Teaser Sweeney............................. 1989-93 15. 1,013 James Ellisor....................... 2010-present Top Season Scoring # Pts. Player...................Season.................. Avg. 1. 649 Kevin Nichols........1993-94.................. 25.0 2. 616 Charles Hanks.......2003-04.................. 20.5 3. 597 Rich Gross............1982-83.................. 20.6 4. 596 David Lee..............1987-88.................. 23.8 5. 576 Scott Kramer.........1993-94.................. 22.2 6. 564 James Ellisor.......2011-12.................. 21.3 7. 543 Brian Onken..........1982-83.................. 18.7 8. 543 David Heiss...........1984-85.................. 18.7 9. 535 David Lee..............1985-86.................. 19.8 10. 529 Dale Harper...........1986-87.................. 18.9

15 rebounds, went 11-for-18 (61.15) from the field, 1-for-2 (50%) from 3-point land and 4-for-5 (80%) from the charity stripe. He also added a game-high four assists and tied game-highs in steals (2) and blocks (2). In 36 minutes of playing time he only turned the ball over once. Ellisor earned the award for the second time Jan. 23 after he averaged 30.0 points and 5.5 rebounds per game while shooting 82.8 percent from the field, as he guided the Beavers to a 2-0 NSIC home weekend Jan. 20-21. He tied a career-high 34 points in a 75-67 win against Minnesota State University, Mankato Jan. 20 before scoring a gamehigh 26 in the 70-56 victory versus Southwest Minnesota State University Jan. 21. From the start of the second half of the game against MSU, through the SMSU contest, Ellisor missed just two shots from the field (19-for-21) and on the weekend he shot 24-for-29 (82.8%). Junior Dermaine Crockrell earned his first-career NSIC Player of the Week honor Feb. 6 after a career-high 27 points on 10-for-15 (66.7%) shooting performance at Minnesota Duluth Feb. 4. He was a perfect 5-for-5 from the free throw line and added six assists, four assists and zero turnovers in 38 minutes of play. Ellisor was named NSIC Player of the Week for the third time for his performance in a 2-0 road weekend by the Beavers Feb. 17-18. The senior averaged 23.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game, while becoming the 15th player in BSU program history to reach 1,000 career points. He shot 58.6 percent from the field, 2-for-4 from beyond the arc and was a perfect 11-for-11 from the charity stripe in 35.5 minutes per game. He recorded his NSIC-best third 30 point game Saturday in the victory against the Mavericks. The last time a BSU player earned the league’s weekly award multiple times in a season was when Charles Hanks was named the player of the week five times in 2003-04 and the last time BSU had four or more awards in a year was 2003-04. NSIC Players of the Week under head coach Matt Bowen: Jan. 12, 2009 Seth Haake (Jr.) Feb. 22, 2010 Lance Rongstad (Fr.) Nov. 21, 2011 James Ellisor (Sr.) Jan. 23, 2012 James Ellisor (Sr.) Feb. 6, 2012 Dermaine Crockrell (Jr.) Feb. 20, 2012 James Ellisor (Sr.)

Nice Finish: BSU closed the final 7:12 of regulation on a 20-3 run to cruise to a 68-49 home opening victory against University of Sioux Falls Nov. 20. Senior James Ellisor started the run by converting on an old-fashioned three-point play. The Cougars came back on their next possession and found a bucket underneath, but as it would turn out, it would be the last field goal USF would score for the rest of the game. The Cougars’ only other point came on free throw with 24 seconds remaining. Double the Pleasure, Double the Fun: The Beavers have five double-doubles so far this season, three of which have come from senior James Ellisor. His mark is the third most in the NSIC this season. • 27 points and 15 career-high rebounds versus Sioux Falls Nov. 20 • 19 points and 11 rebounds at No. 17 Winona State Dec. 9 • 19 points and 10 rebounds at Upper Iowa Dec. 10 Junior Lance Rongstad • 11 points and 10 rebounds at Augie Jan. 7. Senior Bryce Tesdahl • 11 points and 12 assists vs Minnesota, Crookston Feb. 10 Complete list on page 4. Roaring 20’s: Ellisor was the only Beaver to score 20 or more points this season until sophomore Jake Schalow posted 21 (tied career-high) against Upper Iowa Dec. 10. Now five different players have contributed to 19 20-point performances. Junior Mason Walters poured in a career-high 27 against Northern State Dec. 16 and junior Dermaine Crockrell had 21 in just his second game as a Beaver Dec. 17, following that with a 27 at Minnesota Duluth Feb. 4 and 20 against MSU Moorhead Feb. 11. Junior Lance Rongstad had a season-high 21 points against Minnesota, Crookston Feb. 10. Ellisor has 15 games with 20 or more points (most in the NSIC), posting a career-high 34 on two occasions and 30 points once. Full list of 20-point games on page 4. Dirty Thirties: Ellisor has posted 34 points twice this season, establishing his career-high in the 103-93 double overtime loss to then-No. 21 Augustana College Jan. 7 and then

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Notes tying his mark Jan. 20 in the 75-67 victory against Minnesota State. The marks are tied for the best in conference games this season in the NSIC. He has the most 30-point games in the league this season with three after 30 at Minnesota State Feb. 18.

A Grand Accomplishment: Senior James Ellisor has 1,013 points in his two seasons at Bemidji State and is the 15th player at BSU to reach the 1,000 point mark in his career. Complete BSU career points list and 1,000 point club listed on page 5. Welcome to the BSU Three Party: The Beavers have hit at least five 3-pointers in 24 of the 26 games this season to total 191, an average of 7.3 a game. BSU is shooting at a 38.8 percent clip from beyond the arc (191-for-492) to rank third in the NSIC and 25th in the nation. BSU hit 10 3-pointers against Minnesota, Crookston Dec. 3, shooting at a 66.7 percent clip (10-of-15), knocked down 15 of 20 attempts (10-for-11 in the second half) to record a new program record for 3-point percentage in a game with a 75 percent clip against U-Mary Dec. 17 that also ranks fourth in the nation for 3-point percentage in a game this season. BSU also hit 10 against Minnesota Duluth Jan. 3, going 10-for-22 (45.5%) and 10 against Concodia-St. Paul Jan. 14 (10-for-18, 55.6%). D-UP!: BSU has held the opposing jersey to a 45.2 percentage from the field, sitting sixth in the NSIC. In result the team is holding its opponents to 66.3 points per game, which ranks third in the league. The Beavers held University of Sioux Falls to a season-low 25.9 percent Nov. 20 (best among NSIC teams this season). Tied for a league low is the 14 field goals made by Minnesota, Crookston when BSU visited Crookston Dec. 3. Staying Out of Trouble: The Beavers are averaging 16.0 personal fouls per game to rank 24th in the nation.

NCAA Central Region Rankings (Week 2 - Feb. 22) Rk School 1 Colorado Mines 2 Winona State 3 Metro State 4 St. Cloud State 5 Minn. St. Moorhead 6 Bemidji State. 7 Southwest Minnesota State 8 Adams State 9 Augustana (SD) 10 Nebraska-Kearney

All-time Bemidji State in Regional Rankings Year (Region) Date Rank 2011-12 (Central Region) Feb. 22 6 Feb. 16 8 2003-04 (North Central Region) March 7 7 March 3 7 Feb. 25 7 Feb. 18 10 Feb. 11 10 1992-93 (Great Lakes Region) --- 8

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D II Rcd Pre 21-2 2 20-3 1 20-5 3 16-6 4 15-6 5 18-7 8 15-8 6 14-6 7 14-9 9 14-9 NR

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Opponent Comparison / BSU in the NSIC Beavers in the NSIC (Overall) Scoring 1 James Ellisor Rebounding 1 Alex Novak (MSUM) 9 James Ellisor Field Goal Percentages 1 Alex Novak (MSUM) 5 James Ellisor Assists 1 Bryce Tesdahl

21.7 9.2 6.6 .651 .568 6.08

Free Throw Percentages 1 Brett Putz (SCSU) .914 t8 James Ellisor .852 Steals 1 Drae Murray (AUGIE) 8 Lance Rongstatd 15 James Ellisor

2.13 1.38 1.19

3-point Field Goal Percentages 1 James Ellisor .525 6 Bryce Tesdahl .449 Assist/Turnover Ratio 1 Bryce Tesdahl

2.93

Minutes Played 1 Amry Shelby (WSC) 2 James Ellisor 13 Bryce Tesdahl

35.42 33.50 31.54

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

Comparison in NSIC Statistics (Conference Only) Upper Iowa 10th, 68.2 Scoring Offense u 11th, 72.8 Scoring Defense u 13th, 69.2 Free Throw % u 12th, 43.3 Field Goal % u 12th, 35.2 3-Point FG % u 4th, +1.2 Rebounding Margin u t 11th, 2.15 Blocked Shots 9th, 12.10 Assists u 8th, -0.40 Turnover Margin u

Bemidji State 5th, 75.2 3rd, 68.7 2nd, 77.1 5th, 47.6 2nd, 39.4 2nd, +1.8 14th, 1.35 1st, 15.10 5th, +1.40

Winona State t 2nd, 77.2 Scoring Offense t 2nd, 64.4 Scoring Defense 9th, 73.0 Free Throw % u t 4th, 47.6 Field Goal % 10th, 35.8 3-Point FG % u t Rebounding Margin 1st, +3.2 t 1st, 3.75 Blocked Shots u 7th, 12.25 Assists t Turnover Margin 1st, +2.80

Bemidji State 5th, 75.2 3rd, 68.7 2nd, 77.1 5th, 47.6 2nd, 39.4 2nd, +1.8 14th, 1.35 1st, 15.10 5th, +1.40

3-pt Field Goal Percentages 1 James Ellisor .581 7 Bryce Tesdahl .449

Beavers in the NSIC (Conference Only) Scoring 1 James Ellisor 28 Dermaine Crockrell Rebounding 1 Alex Novak (MSUM) 9 James Ellisor

21.9 11.9 9.2 6.0

Field Goal Percentages 1 Alex Novak (MSUM) 5 James Ellisor

.652 .580

Assists 1 Bryce Tesdahl

6.60

Assist/Turnover Ratio 1 Bryce Tesdahl Minutes Played 1 Amry Shelby 3 James Ellisor 16 Bryce Tesdahl 19 Dermaine Crockrell

3.00 35.65 33.45 31.65 31.19

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

Free Throw Percentages 1 Brett Putz (SCSU) .939 6 James Ellisor .869 Steals 1 Drae Murray (Augie) 8 Lance Rongstad

2.10 1.45

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Head Coach Matt Bowen

Matt Bowen

Head Coach - Sixth Season

Bowen’s BSU Team Versus vs NSIC 44-74 vs. Nonconference 17-26 Alaska-Anchorage 0-2 Augustana (S.D.) 0-5 College of the Ozarks 1-0 Concordia -St. Paul 2-8 Dickinson State 2-0 Finlandia 2-0 Jamestown 2-2 Mary (N.D.) 3-7 Metro State 0-1 Michigan Tech 1-1 Minnesota, Crookston 10-1 Minnesota Duluth 5-4 MSU Moorhead 2-9 Minnesota State 2-4 Minot State 1-0 Nebraska-Omaha 0-1

Bowen’s Exhibition

North Dakota 0-4 Northern Michigan 0-1 Northern State 3-8 Northland College (Wis.) 1-0 Puget Sound 0-1 Purdue North Central 1-0 SW Minnesota State 3-8 St. Cloud State 1-7 UC-Colorado Springs 1-0 UW-Parkside 0-1 UW-River Falls 0-1 UW-Stout 2-1 UW-Superior 1-1 Univ. of Sioux Falls 1-0 Upper Iowa 5-5 Viterbo 1-0 Wayne State (Neb.) 4-6 Winona State 3-8 record

Indiana Minnesota North Dakota North Dakota State Northern Iowa Wisconsin UW-River Falls UW-Superior

Bowen’s Milestones

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First game: Minnesota Duluth (11/15/06) First Win: at Minnesota, Crookston (1/6/07) First NSIC Win: at Minnesota, Crookston (1/6/07) First overtime win: vs. Minnesota, Crookston (1/5/08) First 100-point game: at No. 11 Northern State W, 100-93 2OT (Jan. 16)

Since taking his post as head men’s basketball coach at Bemidji State in 2006, Matt Bowen has led the Beaver program to improvements both on and off the court. Becoming the 19th head men’s basketball coach at BSU June 30, 2006, Bowen now enters his sixth season at the helm after spending 15 years as an assistant coach at the Division I level. The Beavers finished the 2010-11 season with a 11-15 overall and 8-14 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference record to finish in a three-way tie for 10th and just a game out of eighth. BSU started the season 3-1, but spent most of the season trying to find a rhythm. The Beavers hovered around .500 until dropping seven straight games Jan. 14 - Feb. 5. Four of those losses came by a five point or less margin. BSU finished the season on a high note, winning four of the last six games, including a 60-58 victory at Winona State to defeat the Warriors for the second consecutive season on their home court. Close games proved to be the difference maker for the Beavers as they closed the campaign with a 3-7 record in games decided by five points or less. Newcomer James Ellisor made an immediate impact by averaging 17.3 points, 7.0 rebounds and a league leading 57.9 field goal percentage to earn Second-Team All-NSIC honors. Bryce Tesdahl continued to dish out assists and became the program’s assist leader. Bowen has molded his team into opportunistic shooters from the free throw line, as the squad closed the season second in the nation in free throw percentage with a 78.9 percent mark from the charity stripe. Bowen earned his first double-digit win season in 2009-10 as the Beavers went 12-15 overall and 8-12 in the NSIC, finishing 11th in the conference. BSU had its ups and downs during the 2009-10 campaign, hanging its hat on sweeping Winona State University for the first time since 2003-04. WSU was ranked No. 17 nationally in the first meeting in Winona where the Beavers needed overtime, then at the BSU Gymnasium, BSU prevailed in a nail-bitter 88-86. The Beavers started 5-3, their best eight-game start since the 1997-98 season. After starting strong the youth and short bench slowed BSU and it lost seven straight and were 2-11 from Dec. 13 - Feb. 6. The Beavers found a rhythm at the end of the season, closing the campaign winning five of six. Bowen saw his first four-year player graduate at the end of the season in Seth Haake, who finished 10th in career points and career assists at BSU, leading the team off the court as a two-time NSIC Academic All-Conference team member. Bryce Tesdahl had one of the best performances in the green and white at the point guard position, finishing fourth in the school’s season assists charts with 137, while leading the team in rebounds and finishing 28th in the nation in free throw percentage. Tesdahl wasn’t the only one hitting from the charity stripe as the squad finished fifth nationally in free throw percentage. Academically, BSU closed the 2009-10 season with a team GPA of 3.03. In 2008-09, BSU went 8-19 overall and 6-14 in the NSIC, finishing tied for 10th. Bowen guided his team to a 6-21 overall record and a 3-15 record in the NSIC for a ninth place finish in 2007-08 and was 5-23 overall and 5-13 in the NSIC in 2006-07. Bowen inherited a 2005-06 team that went 15-13 overall and 9-5 in the NSIC that was dismantled at the conclusion of the season, carrying over just three players. In the process of rebuilding there are bumps along the road, but the Beavers are moving in the right direction, defeating back-to-back nationally ranked opponents during a four-game winning streak in 2008-09 (Jan. 6-16). BSU beat No. 24 St. Cloud State University at home, 69-66, and then traveled to No. 11 Northern State University and won a two overtime thriller 100-93. In the process of rebuilding, Bowen and his staff have recruited and brought in some of the best talent from around the state of Minnesota to help put the pieces of the BSU men’s basketball program back together. Bowen came to BSU after spending the past 15 years molding his coaching style after some of NCAA Division I men’s basketball’s greatest coaching legends. He was a student manager for Bob Knight at Indiana University and served as an assistant coach under both Gene Bartow at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and most recently, Homer Drew at Valparaiso University. Bowen’s trio of mentors have combined for nearly 2,100 career wins and 105 years of head coaching experience. During his four years under Drew at Valpo, Bowen helped to lead the Crusaders to an overall record of 70-52 (.574) with a 41-21 (.661) mark versus Mid-Continent Conference competition. In 2003, his first season at the university, the team was 20-11 overall and 12-2 in the league as it grabbed the front end of back-to-back conference titles. The Valpo men capped the year off with a trip to the National Invitational Tournament (NIT). The following season, the Crusaders went 1813 overall with an 11-5 mark versus the league to earn their second league crown and a berth into the NCAA Tournament. In addition to game day and practice duties, Bowen was responsible for organizing all recruiting efforts, summer youth camps, game preparation and scouting and being the team’s academic coordinator. As a recruiter, Bowen was responsible for signing the No. 1 incoming class in the Mid-Continent Conference and one of the Top-100 nationally according to the 2006 HoopScoop and Dave Telep recruiting publications. Bowen’s ties to the Midwest, specifically Minnesota, were evident in the class as it was headlined by Mr. Basketball Minnesota Finalist and Tartan High School graduate Urule Igbavboa. Bowen began his collegiate coaching ventures in 1995 when he was hired as an assistant coach at Alabama-Birmingham. In seven seasons at UAB, the Blazers captured a Conference USA National Division Championship (1999), went to the NCAA Tournament (1999) and were twice invited to participate in the NIT (1997, 1998). The River Falls, Wis. native is the son of long-time NCAA Division III head men’s basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Bowen has been around basketball all of his life, but he first acquired a taste of his own for collegiate basketball as the student manager for Knight’s Indiana Hoosiers (1990-1995). While serving under coach Knight, Bowen was a part of two Big Ten titles (1991, 1993) and four NCAA Tournament appearances, twice advancing to the Elite Eight (1992-1993) and earning a spot in the Final Four in 1992. He joins a long list of former Indiana managers who have gone on to make a name for themselves in coaching, most notably former New Jersey Nets Head Coach Lawrence Frank, a manager at IU from 1989 to 1992. While at Indiana, Bowen also worked directly with George David, now the Director of Player Personnel for the Detroit Pistons and Ryan Carr, Director of Scouting for the Indiana Pacers. In addition, Bowen’s father, Rick, got his feet wet as a Hoosier student manager under Branch McCracken in the 1960s. Bowen is a 1995 graduate of Indiana with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER). He picked up a Master of Arts degree in education during his time at UAB, graduating in 1999. Bowen and his wife Ashli have a nine-year-old daughter McKenzi and a four-year-old daughter Addison.

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Year School Assignment Notable Team Achievements 1990-91 Indiana Student Manager Big Ten Champion, NCAA Tournament 1991-92 Indiana Student Manager NCAA Tournament, Final Four 1992-93 Indiana Student Manager Big Ten Champion, NCAA Tournament, Elite Eight 1993-94 Indiana Student Manager NCAA Tournament 1994-95 Indiana Student Manager NCAA Tournament 1995-96 Alabama-Birmingham Assistant Coach 1996-97 Alabama Birmingham Assistant Coach NIT Participant 1997-98 Alabama-Birmingham Assistant Coach NIT Participant 1998-99 Alabama-Birmingham Assistant Coach NCAA Tournament, Conference USA Division Champs 1999-00 Alabama-Birmingham Assistant Coach 2000-01 Alabama-Birmingham Assistant Coach 2001-02 Alabama-Birmingham Assistant Coach 2002-03 Valparaiso Assistant Coach NIT Participant, Mid-Continent Conference Champs 2003-04 Valparaiso Assistant Coach NCAA Tournament, Mid-Continent Conference Champs 2004-05 Valparaiso Assistant Coach 2005-06 Valparaiso Assistant Coach 2006-07 Bemidji State Head Coach 5-23 / 5-13 NSIC; NSIC Tournament 2007-08 Bemidji State Head Coach 6-21 / 3-15 NSIC 2008-09 Bemidji State Head Coach 8-19 / 6-14 NSIC 2009-10 Bemidji State Head Coach 12-15 / 8-12 NSIC 2010-11 Bemidji State Head Coach 11-15 / 8-14 NSIC 2011-12 Bemidji State Head Coach 19-7 / 14-6 NSIC Head Coaching Totals - Overall: 61-100 NSIC: 44-74

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2011-12 Roster NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 10 12 14 15 24 25 32 34 44

Name Dermaine Crockrell Lance Rongstad Zach Noreen Maxie Rosenbloom David Berthene Jason Edwards Jon Krebs Mason Walters Brock Tesdahl Jake Schalow Dillon Floyd Bryce Tesdahl James Ellisor Ryan Kinnell

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 5 1 10 34 25 44 12 3 2 4 24 15 32 14

Name David Berthene Dermaine Crockrell Jason Edwards James Ellisor Dillon Floyd Ryan Kinnell Jon Krebs Zach Noreen Lance Rongstad Maxie Rosenbloom Jake Schalow Brock Tesdahl Bryce Tesdahl Mason Walters

COACHING STAFF

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

Ht. 6-1 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-9 5-9 6-5 6-7 6-0 6-4 6-8 6-3 6-5 6-10

Wt. 150 205 215 195 200 160 205 225 185 185 225 195 195 230

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

Ht. 6-9 6-1 5-9 6-5 6-8 6-10 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-7

Wt. 200 150 160 195 225 230 205 215 205 195 185 185 195 225

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

Hometown (Last School) Mesa, Ariz. (Scottsdale CC) Eleva, Wis. (Eleva-Strum HS) Avon, Minn. (Albany HS) St. Paul, Minn. (Johnson HS) Lakeville, Minn. (Lakeville North HS) Phoenix, Ariz. (Phoenix College) Mahtomedi, Minn. (Mahtomedi HS) Milton, Wis. (Milton HS) Crosby, Minn. (Crosby-Ironton HS) Kaukauna, Wis. (Kaukauna HS) Palm Springs, Calif. (Palm Springs HS) Crosby, Minn. (Crosby-Ironton HS) Glendale, Ariz. (Glendale CC) Yuma, Ariz. (Glendale CC) Hometown (Last School) Lakeville, Minn. (Lakeville North HS) Mesa, Ariz. (Scottsdale CC) Phoenix, Ariz. (Phoenix College) Glendale, Ariz. (Glendale CC) Palm Springs, Calif. (Palm Springs HS) Yuma, Ariz. (Glendale CC) Mahtomedi, Minn. (Mahtomedi HS) Avon, Minn. (Albany HS) Eleva, Wis. (Eleva-Strum HS) St. Paul, Minn. (Johnson HS) Kaukauna, Wis. (Kaukauna HS) Crosby, Minn. (Crosby-Ironton HS) Crosby, Minn. (Crosby-Ironton HS) Milton, Wis. (Milton HS)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Head Coach: Matt Bowen (Indiana ‘95), sixth season, 45-94 overall and at Bemidji State University David BERTHENE - Birth-EEn Assistant Coach: Ryan Montgomery (Hamline University ‘06), Jake SCHALOW - shallow fourth season (Graduate Assistant, 2008-10) Graduate Assistant: Kevin Williamson (University of Great Falls ‘07), second season Volunteer Assistant: Rick Bowen Athletic Trainer: Travis Shock Support Staff: Reid Nichols, Student Manager; Dax Larson, Athletic Media Relations

By Class SENIORS (3) Ellisor, Kinnell, Bryce Tesdahl JUNIORS (4) Crockrell, Edwards, Rongstad, Walters, SOPHOMORES (5) Berthene, Krebs, Noreen, Rosenbloom, Schalow FRESHMEN (2) Floyd, Brock Tesdahl

By State UNITED STATES (14) ARIZONA (4) Crockrell (Mesa) Edwards (Phoenix) Ellisor (Glendale) Kinnell (Yuma) MINNESOTA (6) Berthene (Lakeville) Krebs (Mahtomedi) Noreen (Avon) Rosenbloom (St. Paul) Bryce Tesdahl (Crosby) Brock Tesdahl (Crosby) WISCONSIN (3) Rongstad (Eleva) Schalow (Kaukauna) Walters (Milton) CALIFORNIA (1) Floyd (Palm Springs)

By Height Ryan Kinnell David Berthene Dillon Floyd Mason Walters Zach Noreen James Ellisor Jon Krebs Maxie Rosenbloom Jake Schalow Lance Rongstad Bryce Tesdahl Dermaine Crockrell Brock Tesdahl Jason Edwards

6-10 6-9 6-8 6-7 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-9

By Position GUARDS (6) Edwards, Crockrell, Krebs, Schalow, Brock Tesdahl, Bryce Tesdahl GUARD/FORWARDS (1) Rongstad FORWARDS (6) Berthene, Ellisor, Floyd, Noreen, Rosenbloom, Walters, CENTERS (1) Kinnell

Top Row (L to R): Maxie Rosenbloom, Mason Walters Dillon Floyd, Ryan Kinnell, David Berthene, Zach Noreen, James Ellisor. Bottom Row (L to R): Dermaine Crockrell, Brock Tesdahl, Jason Edwards, Bryce Tesdahl, Jon Krebs, Jake Schalow, Lance Rongstad.

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NSIC Standings / The Polls NABC Division II Coaches’ Poll (Week 11 - Feb. 14) Rk School (1st place votes) 1 Bellarmine (7) 2 West Liberty (1) 3 Winona State 4 Colorado Mines 5 Tarleton State 6 Alabama-Huntsville 7 Midwestern State 8 Lincoln Memorial 9 Shaw 10 Western Washington 11 Southern Indiana 12 Kentucky Wesleyan 13 Christian Brothers 14 Northwest Missouri State 15 Northern Kentucky 16 Missouri Southern 17 Indiana (Pa.) 18 Metro State 19 Bowie State 20 Arkansas Tech 21 Alaska-Anchorage 22 District of Columbia 23 South Carolina Aiken 24 Anderson (S.C.) 25 Indianapolis

Rcd 22-1 22-1 22-2 20-2 21-2 19-3 20-2 22-2 20-2 22-3 19-4 19-4 18-4 19-3 19-4 20-5 18-4 19-5 19-4 17-4 18-5 19-3 17-5 18-4 16-7

Pts 199 193 184 172 163 157 148 140 131 122 114 109 92 91 83 74 70 63 59 38 37 23 22 13 12

2011-12 NORTHERN SUN INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE AS OF FEB. 20 Conference Overall W-L PCT. W-L PCT. Strk 1. St. Cloud State 15-6 0.714 19-6 0.760 L1 2. MSU Moorhead 14-6 0.700 18-6 0.750 L1 Bemidji State 14-6 0.700 19-7 0.731 W2 4. Southwest Minnesota State 14-7 0.667 15-10 0.600 W1 5. Winona State $ 18-2 0.900 23-3 0.885 W1 6. Augustana 12-8 0.600 15-9 0.625 L1 7. Minnesota Duluth 11-9 0.550 14-10 0.583 L1 8. Northern State 9-12 0.429 13-12 0.520 W1 9. Concordia-St. Paul 8-13 0.381 11-14 0.440 L1 10. Wayne State 7-13 0.350 8-16 0.333 W2 11. Upper Iowa 6-14 0.300 9-15 0.375 W2 12. Minnesota State 6-15 0.286 7-18 0.280 L6 U-Mary 6-15 0.286 7-18 0.280 W1 14. Minnesota, Crookston 3-17 0.150 7-17 0.292 L4

Pre 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 8 12 15 14 7 10 18 $ = Standings adjusted for 13 nullified games. To get WSU NSIC W/L 16 % take their CPct. (.900-.299=.601). 19 13 11 21 2011-12 NSIC MBB COACHES NR PRESEASON POLL 17 NR # Team Pts. #1 votes 20 1 Augustana 164 9 NR 2 Winona State +# 158 3 140 1 22 3 Minnesota State*#$

Dropped out: No. 23 Hillsdale, No. 24 St. Cloud State, No. 25 Central Missouri. Others receiving votes: Montevallo 9, Eckerd 8, Seattle Pacific 8, Charleston 6, King 6, West Georgia 6, Adelphi 5, Dixie State 5, C.W. Post 5, Hillsdale 3, Chico State 1, Florida Tech 1, Franklin Pierce 1, St. Cloud State 1.

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Concordia-St. Paul MSU Moorhead St. Cloud State Bemidji State SMSU Minnesota Duluth Northern State Wayne State University of Mary # Upper Iowa Minnesota, Crookston

135 122 108 82 78 76 67 54 46 31 13

1

Bold Italics - 2011-12 opponent * 2010-11 NSIC Regular Season Champions + - 2011 NSIC Tournament Champions # - 2011 NCAA Tournament Participants $ - 2011 NCAA DII Central Regional Champions

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Bemidji State Men’s Basketball I 2011-12


2011-12 Team and Individual Statistics 2011-12 CUMULATIVE STATISTICS Overall Record: 19-7

NSIC: 14-6 Home: 10-2 Away: 9-5 Neutral: 0-0

## Player GP GS Pts Avg 34 Ellisor, James 26 26 564 21.7 Conference-Only 20 20 438 21.9 01 Crockrell, Dermaine 16 16 191 11.9 Conference-Only 16 16 191 11.9 02 Rongstad, Lance 24 19 232 9.7 Conference-Only 20 19 206 10.3 14 Walters, Mason 26 20 225 8.7 Conference-Only 20 18 189 9.5 32 Tesdahl, Bryce 26 26 187 7.2 Conference-Only 20 20 131 6.6 03 Noreen, Zach 20 2 116 5.8 Conference-Only 14 2 81 5.8 24 Schalow, Jake 26 5 140 5.4 Conference-Only 20 0 107 5.4 05 Berthene, David 24 1 91 3.8 Conference-Only 18 0 71 3.9 12 Krebs, Jon 14 0 29 2.1 Conference-Only 10 0 19 1.9 10 Edwards, Jason 26 9 53 2.0 Conference-Only 20 4 22 1.1 04 Rosenbloom, Maxie 25 4 46 1.8 Conference-Only 19 1 28 1.5 44 Kinnell, Ryan 17 2 31 1.8 Conference-Only 12 0 10 0.8 25 Floyd, Dillon 9 0 12 1.3 Conference-Only 7 0 12 1.7 15 Tesdahl, Brock 8 0 0 0.0 Conference-Only 6 0 0 0.0 Total 26 1917 73.7 Conference-Only 20 1505 75.2 Opponents 26 1723 66.3 Conference-Only 20 1374 68.7

TOTAL FG FGA Pct 209 368 .568 160 276 .580 70 141 .496 70 141 .496 72 141 .511 62 123 .504 81 192 .422 65 154 .422 59 140 .421 40 105 .381 46 90 .511 31 66 .470 41 107 .383 33 79 .418 36 83 .434 28 63 .444 11 20 .550 7 13 .538 17 47 .362 7 27 .259 16 42 .381 10 27 .370 11 26 .423 3 8 .375 4 10 .400 4 7 .571 0 4 .000 0 3 .000 673 1411 .477 520 1092 .476 630 1395 .452 497 1061 .468

SCORE BY PERIODS: Bemidji State Opponents

3-PTS REBOUNDS 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot 31 59 .525 115 135 .852 48 123 171 25 43 .581 93 107 .869 32 87 119 17 43 .395 34 48 .708 10 58 68 17 43 .395 34 48 .708 10 58 68 10 32 .313 78 105 .743 36 63 99 9 29 .310 73 96 .760 31 57 88 25 66 .379 38 63 .603 28 71 99 22 57 .386 37 58 .638 25 57 82 31 69 .449 38 49 .776 9 84 93 22 49 .449 29 34 .853 5 63 68 14 35 .400 10 14 .714 15 30 45 10 28 .357 9 11 .818 11 19 30 30 84 .357 28 32 .875 7 32 39 22 59 .373 19 20 .950 5 20 25 16 50 .320 3 6 .500 6 12 18 12 37 .324 3 6 .500 4 11 15 2 5 .400 5 6 .833 9 15 24 2 3 .667 3 4 .750 7 10 17 9 30 .300 10 13 .769 17 23 40 5 17 .294 3 4 .750 5 11 16 1 4 .250 13 22 .591 20 26 46 0 2 .000 8 12 .667 14 15 29 5 12 .417 4 12 .333 5 20 25 2 7 .286 2 6 .333 3 10 13 0 0 .000 4 5 .800 0 2 2 0 0 .000 4 5 .800 0 2 2 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 1 3 4 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 191 492 .388 380 510 .745 245 599 844 148 376 .394 317 411 .771 179 455 634 136 378 .360 327 460 .711 235 554 789 106 287 .369 274 386 .710 165 434 599

Avg 6.6 6.0 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.4 3.8 4.1 3.6 3.4 2.3 2.1 1.5 1.3 0.8 0.8 1.7 1.7 1.5 0.8 1.8 1.5 1.5 1.1 0.2 0.3 0.5 0.5 32.5 31.7 30.3 30.0

PF FO A 50 0 52 36 0 33 28 0 29 28 0 29 56 1 41 46 1 36 51 0 23 42 0 20 53 0 158 43 0 132 39 0 9 30 0 6 25 0 19 21 0 14 19 0 8 16 0 6 15 0 4 12 0 3 16 0 29 11 0 17 40 0 7 28 0 4 21 0 3 16 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 417 1 382 331 1 302 450 10 276 352 8 218

TO 55 39 24 24 29 25 37 29 54 44 13 10 10 9 6 3 8 6 15 9 10 6 1 1 3 1 0 0 270 209 303 237

Blk 13 5 3 3 4 4 4 3 1 1 6 3 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 4 2 4 1 1 0 0 0 45 27 59 46

Stl 31 21 17 17 33 29 15 14 25 20 7 4 11 9 2 2 1 0 17 6 3 3 2 1 0 0 1 1 165 127 135 110

Min 871 669 499 499 614 545 519 432 820 633 292 203 492 340 254 193 84 64 399 235 248 166 135 63 27 19 21 14 5275 4075 5276 4076

Avg 33.5 33.5 31.2 31.2 25.6 27.3 20.0 21.6 31.5 31.7 14.6 14.5 18.9 17.0 10.6 10.7 6.0 6.4 15.3 11.8 9.9 8.7 7.9 5.3 3.0 2.7 2.6 2.3

1st 2nd OT 2OT Total 893 1000 16 8 1917 796 886 23 18 1723

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: OFF DEF TOTAL Bemidji State 60 9 69 Opponents 56 8 64 1 Dermaine Crockrell

2 Lance Rongstad

3 Zach Noreen

4 Maxie Rosenbloom

5 David Berthene

10 Jason Edwards

12 Jon Krebs

14 Mason Walters

15 Brock Tesdahl

24 Jake Schalow

25 Dillon Floyd

32 Bryce Tesdahl

34 James Ellisor

44 Ryan Kinnell

2011-12 INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date

Result

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

P-R-A

at No. 10 Metro State

11/11/11

L, 71-60

DNP

DNP

5-3-1

5-5-0

4-0-0

0-2-1

2-1-0

0-1-0

DNP

7-4-1

DNP

2-2-3

27-9-3

8-6-0

at UC-Colorado Springs

11/12/11

W, 77-69

DNP

DNP

10-1-1

0-1-1

8-1-1

8-3-0

DNP

9-3-1

DNP

12-2-2

DNP

6-6-2

16-9-6

8-4-1

SIOUX FALLS

11/20/11

W, 68-49

DNP

6-3-2

5-5-0

6-1-0

0-1-0

7-4-0

2-1-0

0-2-1

0-0-0

5-3-1

0-0-0

8-3-3

27-15-4

2-0-0

at UW-Stout

11/22/11

W, 70-57

DNP

14-4-1

2-3-0

1-1-0

3-0-0

2-6-4

4-3-0

12-4-0

DNP

9-2-0

DNP

15-6-5

8-7-3

DNP

MINOT STATE

11/25/11

W, 74-45

DNP

2-2-2

9-1-0

4-6-2

5-0-0

11-5-2

2-2-1

6-5-1

0-1-0

0-2-1

0-0-0

13-1-7

22-3-2

0-2-0

MICHIGAN TECH

11/26/11

W, 63-58

DNP

4-2-0

4-2-1

2-3-0

0-1-1

3-4-5

DNP

9-2-0

DNP

0-1-0

DNP

12-7-6

26-9-1

3-0-0

at MSU Moorhead *

12/2/11

L, 77-57

DNP

8-3-1

DNP

4-2-0

8-3-1

2-0-1

4-2-1

12-3-0

DNP

0-1-0

0-1-0

0-4-3

19-6-1

DNP

at Minnesota, Crookston *

12/3/11

W, 69-44

DNP

6-5-1

DNP

4-1-0

10-2-1

3-1-4

5-4-0

12-2-1

0-0-0

5-1-2

0-0-0

5-5-6

19-6-0

DNP

at No. 17 Winona State *

12/9/11

L, 62-49

DNP

1-3-1

DNP

4-3-1

7-0-1

3-1-0

0-1-1

10-5-3

DNP

5-1-3

DNP

0-1-2

19-11-1

DNP

at Upper Iowa *

12/10/11

W, 70-60

DNP

2-3-3

DNP

2-3-0

7-1-0

0-3-0

2-2-0

5-4-1

DNP

21-2-1

DNP

9-3-8

19-10-3

3-2-0

NORTHERN STATE *

12/16/11

W, 88-59

10-3-3

11-6-1

DNP

2-2-0

0-0-1

3-1-2

2-3-1

27-6-1

0-0-0

3-1-1

8-0-0

5-4-5

17-6-1

DNP

U-MARY *

12/17/11

W, 82-61

21-3-1

15-9-3

DNP

2-2-1

0-1-0

0-0-0

0-1-0

6-6-0

0-1-0

3-0-1

0-1-0

11-2-7

20-3-4

4-0-0

Opponent

MINNESOTA DULUTH *

1/3/12

W, 85-72

9-4-2

5-1-2

5-2-0

0-2-0

7-0-0

3-1-1

0-0-0

13-9-2

0-0-0

5-0-1

2-0-0

11-2-6

25-5-3

0-0-0

at No. 21 Augustana *

1/7/12

L, 103-93 2OT

19-8-1

11-10-2

4-4-0

0-0-0

0-2-0

3-3-2

DNP

11-7-0

DNP

3-0-1

DNP

8-3-5

34-7-3

DNP

at Wayne State *

1/8/12

W, 67-61

6-2-1

16-4-2

0-0-0

2-0-0

2-0-0

2-0-1

DNP

13-5-1

DNP

8-1-0

DNP

2-9-7

16-5-0

DNP

No. 21 ST. CLOUD STATE *

1/13/12

L, 72-70

4-5-1

15-1-0

10-2-1

0-1-0

0-0-0

0-0-1

DNP

11-3-0

DNP

0-0-0

DNP

6-2-9

24-4-1

DNP

CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL *

1/14/12

W, 100-77

11-2-3

8-6-1

12-2-0

4-6-2

6-0-1

0-0-0

1-2-0

19-4-0

0-0-0

11-2-1

2-0-0

5-0-12

21-5-0

DNP

MINNESOTA STATE *

1/20/12

W, 75-67

9-4-3

7-3-3

0-3-2

0-0-0

5-0-0

0-0-0

DNP

11-3-1

DNP

2-3-0

DNP

7-3-7

34-5-0

0-0-0

SW MINNESOTA STATE *

1/21/12

W, 70-56

9-6-4

12-7-2

4-2-0

0-0-0

5-1-1

0-1-0

DNP

9-2-2

DNP

0-2-1

DNP

5-4-10

26-6-2

0-4-0

at U-Mary *

1/27/12

W, 72-65

8-3-0

6-4-3

4-1-2

DNP

10-1-0

0-0-0

DNP

6-5-0

DNP

15-1-1

DNP

7-6-7

16-4-2

0-0-0

at Northern State *

1/18/12

L, 70-55

10-3-0

9-2-0

2-1-0

0-2-0

0-0-0

1-0-0

0-1-0

7-2-4

DNP

11-3-1

DNP

3-4-5

12-5-1

0-1-0

at Minnesota Duluth *

2/4/12

W, 93-85

27-4-6

18-2-1

7-3-1

4-0-0

2-1-0

2-1-0

DNP

0-5-1

DNP

2-1-0

DNP

10-5-4

21-5-1

0-3-0

MINNESOTA, CROOKSTON *

2/10/12

W 76-57

7-2-2

21-2-2

0-1-0

0-2-0

2-1-0

0-1-3

5-1-0

5-5-1

0-2-0

0-0-0

0-0-0

11-1-12

25-6-2

0-0-0

MSU MOORHEAD *

2/11/12

L, 84-77 OT

20-6-0

12-5-0

15-5-0

0-2-0

0-2-0

0-1-1

DNP

3-3-0

DNP

3-5-0

DNP

0-2-9

24-9-1

0-2-0

at Southwest Minnesota State *

2/17/12

W, 79-78

15-6-1

11-8-6

4-1-0

0-0-0

DNP

0-1-0

DNP

8-2-1

DNP

5-0-0

DNP

16-3-3

17-6-2

3-1-1

at Minnesota State

2/18/12

W, 78-64

6-7-1

12-4-2

14-3-0

0-1-0

DNP

0-1-1

DNP

1-1-1

DNP

5-1-0

DNP

10-5-5

30-5-5

0-0-1

* - Northern Sun Intercollegiate Contest CAPS - Home Game

Bemidji State Men’s Basketball I 2011-12

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2011-12 Results and Individual Leaders 2011-12 RESULTS AND INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Date

Opponent

Result

Individual Highs Rebounds Assists

Record

Strk Ovl/NSIC Attn Points

Steals

Blocks

11/11/11 at No. 10 Metro State L, 71-60 L-1 0-1 422 27-Ellisor 9-Ellisor 3-Ellisor 1-Three with 1-Four with Tesdahl 11/12/11 at UC-Colorado Springs W, 77-69 W-1 1-1 396 16-Ellisor 9-Ellisor 6-Ellisor 4-Edwards 1-Walters Ellisor 11/20/11 SIOUX FALLS W, 68-49 W-2 2-1 803 27-Ellisor 15-Ellisor 4-Ellisor 2-Three with 2-Three with 11/22/11 at UW-Stout W, 70-57 W-3 3-1 326 15-Tesdahl 7-Ellisor 5-Tesdahl 1-Tesdahl None 11/25/11 MINOT STATE W, 74-45 W-4 4-1 625 22-Ellisor 6-Rosenbloom 7-Tesdahl 4-Ellisor 4-Ellisor 11/26/11 MICHIGAN TECH W, 63-58 W-5 5-1 611 26-Ellisor 9-Ellisor 6-Tesdahl 3-Ellisor 1-Rosenbloom 12/2/11 at MSU Moorhead * L, 77-57 L-1 5-2 / 0-1 795 19-Ellisor 6-Ellisor 3-Tesdahl 4-Rongstad None 12/3/11 at Minnesota, Crookston * W, 69-44 W-1 6-2 / 1-1 257 19-Ellisor 6-Ellisor 3-Tesdahl 4-Rongstad None 12/9/11 at No. 17 Winona State * L, 62-49 L-1 6-3 / 1-2 1523 19-Ellisor 11-Ellisor 3-Walters 2-Edwards None Schalow 12/10/11 at Upper Iowa * W, 70-60 W-1 7-3 / 2-2 402 21-Schalow 10-Ellisor 8-Tesdahl 3-Tesdahl 2-Rosenbloom Berthene 12/16/11 NORTHERN STATE * W, 88-59 W-2 8-3 / 3-2 704 27-Walters 6-Three with 5-Tesdahl 2-Tesdahl 1-Three with Ellisor 12/17/11 U-MARY * W, 82-61 W-3 9-3 / 4-2 697 21-Crockrell 9-Rongstad 7-Tesdahl 2-Rongstad None 1/3/12 MINNESOTA DULUTH * W, 85-72 W-4 10-3 / 5-2 707 25-Ellisor 9-Walters 6-Tesdahl 2-Berthene 2-Berthene 1/7/12 at No. 21 Augustana * L, 103-93 L-1 10-4 / 5-3 3213 34-Ellisor 10-Rongstad 5-Tesdahl 2-Crockrell None 2OT 1/8/12 at Wayne State * W, 67-61 W-1 11-4 / 6-3 724 16-Rongstad 9-Tesdahl 7-Tesdahl 2-Tesdahl 1-Crockrell Ellisor Rongstad 1/13/12 No. 21 ST. CLOUD STATE * L, 72-70 L-1 11-5 / 6-4 1,011 24-Ellisor 5-Crockrell 9-Tesdahl 3-Rongstad 1-Three with 1/14/12 CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL * W, 100-77 W-1 12-5 / 7-4 813 21-Ellisor 6-Rosenbloom 12-Tesdahl 5-Walters None Rongstad 1/20/12 MINNESOTA STATE * W, 75-67 W-2 13-5 / 8-4 1,351 34-Ellisor 5-Ellisor 7-Tesdahl 4-Ellisor 1-Crockrell 1/21/12 SW MINNESOTA STATE * W, 70-56 W-3 14-5 / 9-4 1,128 26-Ellisor 7-Rongstad 10-Tesdahl 2-Walters 1-Three with 1/20/12 at U-Mary * W, 72-65 W-4 15-5 / 10-4 1,166 16-Ellisor 6-Tesdahl 7-Tesdahl 3-Ellisor 1-Noreen, 1/21/12 at Northern State * L, 70-55 L-1 15-6 / 10-5 4,271 12-Ellisor 5-Ellisor 5-Tesdahl 2-Schalow 2-Walters 2/4/12 at Minnesota Duluth * W, 93-85 W-1 16-6 / 11-5 1,481 27-Crockrell 5-Three with 6-Crockrell 3-Rongstad None 2/10/12 MINNESOTA, CROOKSTON * W, 76-57 W-2 17-6 / 12-5 963 25-Ellisor 6-Ellisor 12-Tesdahl 3-Rongstad None Crockrell 2/11/12 MSU MOORHEAD * L, 84-77 L-1 17-7 / 12-6 1,732 24-Ellisor 9-Ellisor 9-Tesdahl 1-Three with 1-Rongstad Ellisor 2/17/12 at Southwest Minnesota State * W, 79-78 W-2 18-7 / 13-6 1,566 17-Ellisor 8-Rongstad 6-Rongstad 2-Rongstad 1-Three with Crockrell 2/18/12 at Minnesota State W, 78-64 W-3 19-7 / 14-6 1,093 30-Ellisor 7-Crockrell 5-Ellisor 2-Crockrell None Tesdahl

TEAM GAME-BY-GAME COMPARISON Opponent

1st

2nd

Score

Mar

Total FG

FG Pct

3-Pointers

3FG Pct

F-Throws

FT Pct

Rebounds

Assist

TO

Blk

Stl

Fouls

at Metro State

29/39

31/32

60-71

(11)

20-42/26-61

.476/.426

5-15/4-12

.333/.333

15-25/15-23

.600/.652

33/36 (3)

9/8

18/7

4/4

3/8

21/19

at UC-Colorado Springs

44/30

33/39

77-69

+8

27-58/26-61

.466/.426

8-24/10-24

.333/.417

15-29/7-10

.517/.700

32/40 (8)

15/14

6/16

2/4

9/3

12/23

SIOUX FALLS

27/27

41/22

68-49

+19

25-63/15-58

.397/.259

7-22/3-15

.318/.200

11-13/16-20

.846/.800

41/44 (3)

11/11

7/11

6/1

8/2

20/18

at UW-Stout

43/29

27/28

70-57

+13

28-55/24-58

.509/.414

7-17/4-11

.412/.364

7-9/5-6

.778/.833

39/23 +16

13/10

10/4

0/2

1/5

12/11

MINOT STATE

37/29

37/16

74-45

+29

30-54/18-46

.556/.391

9-21/4-11

.429/.364

5-6/5-9

.833/.556

33/24 +9

18/6

13/22

5/2

13/2

12/11

MICHIGAN TECH

33/27

30/31

63-58

+5

23-47/24-50

.489/.480

7-17/5-18

.412/.278

10-17/5-6

.588/.833

32/23 +9

14/9

7/6

1/0

4/5

9/16

at MSU Moorhead *

26/31

31/46

57-77

(20)

19-48/28-48

.396/.583

3-20/8-16

.150/.500

16-20/13-14

.800/.929

25/23 +2

8/12

13/11

0/4

8/9

13/13

at Minnesota, Crookston *

38/20

31/24

69-44

+25

23-46/14-46

.500/.304

10-15/2-11

.667/.182

13-15/14-15

.867/.933

29/28 +1

15/5

13/16

1/0

8/6

14/17

at Winona State *

28/26

21/36

49-62

(13)

16-48/21-50

.333/.420

5-17/4-12

.294/.333

12-15/16-23

.800/.696

31/38 (7)

13/8

13/11

0/2

6/6

21/16

at Upper Iowa *

34/28

36/32

70-60

+10

21-53/23-54

.396/.426

9-27/4-15

.333/.267

19-27/10-16

.704/.625

37/29 +8

16/8

8/11

5/0

4/6

16/21

NORTHERN STATE *

38/35

50/24

88-59

+29

26-57/23-46

.456/.500

8-19/3-10

.421/.300

28-33/10-18

.848/.556

38/20 +18

16/11

10/15

3/1

6/6

16/23

U-MARY *

32/31

50/30

82-61

+21

26-54/21-49

.481/.429

15-20/6-19

.750/.316

15-19/13-17

.789/.765

29/29 -

17/10

4/10

0/5

4/2

15/14

MINNESOTA DULUTH *

46/34

39/38

85-72

+13

29-55/29-62

.527/.468

10-22/2-7

.455/.286

17-26/12-20

.654/.600

32/35 (3)

17/9

8/8

2/2

4/4

17/21

at No. 21 Augustana *

33/36

46/43

93-103

(10)

30-71/35-71

.423/.493

8-24/8-21

.333/.381

25-28/25-34

.893/.735

48/32 +16

14/13

14/6

0/1

4/10

22/21

at Wayne State *

26/24

41/37

67-61

+6

21-37/21-49

.568/.429

2-9/6-16

.222/.375

23-33/13-15

.697/.867

28/21 +7

12/10

16/13

1/2

6/4

15/25

No. 21 ST. CLOUD STATE *

29/28

41/44

70-72

(2)

28-61/26-55

.459/.473

6-15/4-13

.400/.308

8-12/16-19

.667/.842

26/40 (14)

13/14

6/12

3/5

8/2

14/15

CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL *

51/30

49/47

100-77

+23

37-62/28-56

.597/.500

10-18/5-18

.556/.278

16-21/16-25

.762/.640

29/32 (3)

20/10

10/15

0/0

13/4

21/17

MINNESOTA STATE *

29/34

46/33

75-67

+8

25-48/25-54

.521/.463

5-12/6-15

.417/.400

20-22/11-15

.909/.733

26/29 (3)

16/15

10/14

1/2

10/8

14/19

SW MINNESOTA STATE *

25/25

45/31

70-56

+14

26-49/21-55

.531/.382

5-18/2-14

.278/.143

13-19/12-18

.684/.667

39/25 +14

22/5

18/10

3/0

5/8

18/19

at U-Mary *

37/29

35/36

72-65

+7

28-55/24-49

.509/.490

8-18/9-22

.444/.409

8-11/8-15

.727/.533

26/33 (7)

15/15

8/16

1/3

7/5

14/14

at Northern State *

25/34

30/36

55-70

(15)

17-51/24-45

.333/.533

7-27/6-10

.259/.600

14-21/16-22

.667/.727

28/31 (3)

11/11

10/11

2/4

4/7

20/18

at Minnesota Duluth *

45/32

48/53

93-85

+8

33-56/31-62

.589/.500

5-13/10-21

.385/.476

22-29/13-16

.759/.813

31/27 +4

14/14

8/10

0/2

6/3

14/19

MINNESOTA, CROOKSTON * 38/29

38/28

76-57

+19

30-56/22-41

.536/.537

9-18/2-7

.500/.286

7-7/11-15

.000/.733

24/25 (1)

22/11

11/22

0/2

10/5

15/10

MSU MOORHEAD *

35/43

32/24

77-84

(7)

28-70/27-61

.400/.443

8-26/10-20

.308/.500

13-20/20-30

.650/.667

46/42 +4

11/9

8/7

2/5

3/5

20/15

at Southwest Minnesota State *

31/36

48/42

79-78

+1

29-55/28-52

.527/.538

9-21/4-9

.429/.444

12-14/18-27

.857/.667

31/24 +7

14/14

14/10

3/3

6/6

23/19

at Minnesota State *

34/30

44/34

78-64

+14

28-60/26-56

.467/.464

6-17/5-11

.353/.455

16-19/7-12

.842/.583

31/36 (5)

16/14

7/9

0/3

5/4

9/16

* - Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Contest CAPS - Home Game Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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Bemidji State Men’s Basketball I 2011-12


2011-12 Player and Team Highs / All-Time 100-Point Games 2011-12 BSU PLAYER HIGHS

POINTS 34 Ellisor, James vs Minnesota State (1/20/12) 34 Ellisor, James at Augustana (SD) (01/07/12) 30 Ellisor, James at Minnesota State (2/18/12) 27 Crockrell, Dermaine at Minnesota Duluth (2/4/12) 27 Walters, Mason vs Northern State (12/16/11) 27 Ellisor, James vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11) 27 Ellisor, James at Metro State (11/11/11) FIELD GOALS MADE 13 Ellisor, James vs Minnesota State (1/20/12) 12 Ellisor, James vs Michigan Tech (11/26/11) FIELD GOAL ATT 22 Ellisor, James vs MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) 20 Ellisor, James twice FG PCT (min 5 made) 1.000 5-5 Tesdahl, Bryce vs Minot State (11/25/11) .917 11-12 Ellisor, James vs SW Minnesota State (1/21/12) 3 PT FG MADE 5 Walters, Mason vs Northern State (12/16/11) 4 Four with 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 8 Schalow, Jake at Northern State (01/28/12) 7 Berthene, David at MSU Moorhead (12/2/11) 3-PT FG PCT (min 4 made) 1.000 5-5 Walters, Mason vs Northern State (12/16/11) 1.000 4-4 Walters, Mason vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) 1.000 4-4 Ellisor, James vs MARY (12/17/11) 1.000 4-4 Crockrell, Dermaine vs MARY (12/17/11) FREE THROWS MADE 11 Ellisor, James at Augustana (SD) (01/07/12) 10 Rongstad, Lance at Wayne State (Neb.) (1/8/12) FREE THROW ATT 12 Rongstad, Lance at Wayne State (Neb.) (1/8/12) 12 Ellisor, James at Metro State (11/11/11) FT PCT (min 7 made) 1.000 11-11 Ellisor, James at Augustana (SD) (01/07/12) 1.000 9-9 Ellisor, James at Minnesota State (2/18/12) 1.000 9-9 Ellisor, James vs Northern State (12/16/11) 1.000 7-7 Ellisor, James vs Minnesota State (1/20/12) REBOUNDS 15 Ellisor, James vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11) 11 Ellisor, James at Winona State (12/9/11) ASSISTS 12 Tesdahl, Bryce vs Minnesota, Crookston (2/10/12) 12 Tesdahl, Bryce vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) STEALS 5 Walters, Mason vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) 4 Five with BLOCKED SHOTS 4 Ellisor, James vs Minot State (11/25/11) 2 Seven with TURNOVERS 5 Tesdahl, Bryce at SW Minnesota State (2/17/12) 5 Tesdahl, Bryce at Northern State (01/28/12) 5 Tesdahl, Bryce at Augustana (SD) (01/07/12) 5 Ellisor, James at Winona State (12/9/11)

2011-12 BSU TEAM HIGHS POINTS FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

100 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) 93 at Minnesota Duluth & at Augustana (SD) 37 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) 33 at Minnesota Duluth (2/4/12) 71 at Augustana (SD) (01/07/12) 70 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) .597 37-62 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) .589 33-56 at Minnesota Duluth (2/4/12) 15 vs MARY (12/17/11) 10 Three with 27 at Northern State (01/28/12) 27 at UIU (12/10/11) .750 15-20 vs MARY (12/17/11) .667 10-15 at Minnesota, Crookston (12/03/11) 28 vs Northern State (12/16/11) 25 at Augustana (SD) (01/07/12) 33 at Wayne State (Neb.) (1/8/12) 33 vs Northern State (12/16/11) 1.000 7-7 vs Minnesota, Crookston (2/10/12) .909 20-22 vs Minnesota State (1/20/12) 48 at Augustana (SD) (01/07/12) 46 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) 22 vs Minnesota, Crookston (2/10/12) 22 vs SW Minnesota State (1/21/12) 13 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) 13 vs Minot State (11/25/11) 6 vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11) 5 Two with 18 vs SW Minnesota State (1/21/12) 18 at Metro State (11/11/11) 23 at SW Minnesota State (2/17/12) 22 at Augustana (SD) (01/07/12)

ALL-TIME 100-POINT GAMES Date 1/14/12 1/3/11 %2/25/09 ^1/16/09 12/28/05 12/2/05 2/20/04 #11/22/03 3/5/03 3/1/03 2/22/03 1/24/03 1/17/03 12/11/02 12/2/02 12/12/94 1/22/94 1/8/94 12/13/93 12/2/93 11/20/93 1/22/93 1/9/93 1/11/92 1/4/92 *12/13/91 12/7/91 1/10/91 12/13/90 11/28/89 12/20/88 2/13/87 12/6/86 12/13/85 2/9/84 ^12/29/83 2/28/80 12/4/73 2/3/73 1/19/73 12/1/72 11/29/72 12/5/69 2/10/68 12/11/65 2/22/65 2/6/65 1/18/65 12/7/64 2/21/64 1/8/64 1/16/60 1/5/60 12/6/58 3/3/56 1/16/56 2/11/55 2/27/54

Opponent............................ Score Concordia-St. Paul............ 100-77 @ Minnesota Duluth............ 101-76 vs. Minnesota, Duluth....... 124-126 @ Northern State................ 100-93 vs. #18 South Dakota......... 101-80 Colorado Christian.............. 100-87 @SW Minnesota State........ 107-82 @ Pittsburg State.............. 103-100 Winona State...................... 106-79 Winona State...................... 102-96 Minnesota-Morris................ 118-70 Winona State...................... 108-98 @ Minnesota-Morris............ 116-71 St. Scholastica.................... 102-67 Wisconsin-Superior............ 102-56 Mayville St.......................... 102-67 Winona St........................... 100-80 @ Wayne St......................... 105-94 Mayville St.......................... 102-47 St. Cloud St........................ 107-91 @ Mayville St....................... 104-61 Moorhead St....................... 105-94 Mayville St.......................... 103-85 @ Moorhead St................. 113-109 Northwestern...................... 106-84 Northland............................ 126-96 Jamestown......................... 103-80 Northland............................ 101-87 Jamestown......................... 107-72 Jamestown......................... 103-91 Southwest St...................... 117-75 Minnesota-Morris................ 101-87 @ Northland........................ 101-90 Northland............................ 108-79 Moorhead St....................... 102-81 Winona St......................... 108-106 @ Winona St....................... 105-88 Mayville St.......................... 107-60 Valley City St....................... 107-65 Southwest St...................... 102-59 @Wisconsin-Superior......... 102-69 Mayville St.......................... 100-79 Northland............................ 100-65 Augustana (SD)................... 108-94 Northland............................ 105-96 Minnesota-Morris................ 104-95 Winona St........................... 110-65 Northland............................ 101-85 Valley City State.................. 102-84 Manitoba............................. 104-46 Bethel.................................. 105-81 Winona State...................... 104-84 Mayville State..................... 110-86 St. John’s............................ 111-87 Manitoba............................. 101-83 Wahpeton (N.D.).................. 100-62 Bethel.................................. 100-75 St. Cloud State................... 101-92

*School Record #Overtime ^Two Overtimes %Four Overtimes

Bemidji State Men’s Basketball I 2011-12

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2011-12 Starters Game-by-Game Opponent

Result

@ Metro State

L, 60-71

Bryce Tesdahl

Guard

Jake Schalow

Guard

Mason Walters

G/F

James Ellisor

Forward

David Berthene

F/C

@ UC-Colorado Springs

W. 77-69

Bryce Tesdahl

Jake Schalow

Jason Edwards

James Ellisor

Ryan Kinnell

SIOUX FALLS

W, 68-49

Bryce Tesdahl

Jake Schalow

Jason Edwards

James Ellisor

Ryan Kinnell

@ UW-Stout

W, 70-57

Bryce Tesdahl

Jake Schalow

Jason Edwards

James Ellisor

Maxie Rosenbloom

MINOT STATE

W, 74-45

Bryce Tesdahl

Jake Schalow

Jason Edwards

James Ellisor

Maxie Rosenbloom

MICHIGAN TECH

W, 63-58

Bryce Tesdahl

Jason Edwards

Mason Walters

James Ellisor

Maxie Rosenbloom

@ MSU Moorhead *

L, 77-57

Bryce Tesdahl

Jason Edwards

Mason Walters

James Ellisor

Maxie Rosenbloom

@ Minnesota, Crookston *

W,69-44

Bryce Tesdahl

Jason Edwards

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

@ Winona State *

L, 62-49

Bryce Tesdahl

Jason Edwards

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

@ Upper Iowa *

W, 70-60

Bryce Tesdahl

Jason Edwards

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

NORTHERN STATE *

W, 88-59

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

U-MARY *

W, 82-61

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

MINNESOTA DULUTH *

W, 85-72

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

@ Augustana *

L, 103-93 2OT

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

James Ellisor

Lance Rongstad

Mason Walters

@ Wayne State *

W, 67-61

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

James Ellisor

Lance Rongstad

Mason Walters

No. 21 ST. CLOUD STATE *

L, 72-70

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL *

W, 100-77

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

MINNESOTA STATE *

W, 75-67

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

SW MINNESOTA STATE *

W, 70-56

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

@ U-Mary *

W, 72-65

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

@ Northern State *

L, 70-55

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

@ Minnesota Duluth *

W, 93-85

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

MINNESOTA, CROOKSTON *

W, 76-57

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

MSU MOORHEAD *

L, 84-77 (OT)

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

at Southwest Minnesota State *

W, 79-78

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Zach Noreen

at Minnesota State *

W, 78-64

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Zach Noreen

Combinations - 6 Guard

Guard

G/F

Forward

F/C

Times Used / Record

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

14 / 10-4

Bryce Tesdahl

Jason Edwards

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Mason Walters

3 / 2-1

Bryce Tesdahl

Dermaine Crockrell

Lance Rongstad

James Ellisor

Zach Noreen

2 / 2-0

Bryce Tesdahl

Jake Schalow

Jason Edwards

James Ellisor

Ryan Kinnell

2 / 2-0

Bryce Tesdahl

Jake Schalow

Jason Edwards

James Ellisor

Maxie Rosenbloom

2 / 2-0

Bryce Tesdahl

Jason Edwards

Mason Walters

James Ellisor

Maxie Rosenbloom

2 / 1-1

Bryce Tesdahl

Jake Schalow

Mason Walters

James Ellisor

David Berthene

1 / 0-1

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Bemidji State Men’s Basketball I 2011-12


Player Season / Career Highs

#34 James Ellisor • Sr. • F • 6-5 • 195 • Glendale, Ariz.

Season Points: 34, 2x last vs Minnesota State (1/20) FG made: 13 vs Minnesota State (1/20) FG attempts: 20, 2x last vs St. Cloud State (1/13) 3Pt FG made: 4 vs U-Mary (12/17) 3Pt FG attempts: 5, 2x last at Upper Iowa (12/10) FT made: 11 at Augustana (1/7) FT attempts: 12 at Metro State (11/11) Rebounds: 15 vs Sioux Falls (11/20) Assists: 6 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12) Steals: 4, 2x last vs Minnesota State (1/20) Blocked Shots: 4 vs Minot State (11/25) Minutes: 46 at Augustana (1/7)

Career 34, 2x last vs Minnesota State (1/20/12) 13 vs Minnesota State (1/20/12) 20, 2x last vs St. Cloud State (1/13/12) 4 vs U-Mary (12/17/11) 5 vs Minot State (11/25/11) 11 at Augustana (1/7/12) 12 at Metro State (11/11/11) 15 vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11) 7 vs SW Minnesota State (2/18/11) 4, 3x last vs Minnesota State (1/20/12) 5 at Upper Iowa (2/25/11) 46 at Augustana (1/7/12)

#44 Ryan Kinnell • Sr. • C • 6-10 • 230 • Yuma, Ariz.

Season Points: 8, 2x last at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12) FG made: 3, 2x last at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12) FG attempts: 6 at Metro State (11/11) 3Pt FG made: 1, 5x last at SW Minnesota State (2/17) 3Pt FG attempts: 2, 3x last at SW Minnesota State (2/17) FT made: 2 vs U-Mary (12/17) FT attempts: 4 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12) Rebounds: 6 at Metro State (11/11) Assists: 1 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12) Steals: 1 vs Sioux Falls (11/20) Blocked Shots: 2 vs Sioux Falls (11/20) Minutes: 23 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12)

Career 8, 2x last at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12/11) 2, 3x, last at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12/11) 6 at Metro State (11/11/11) 1, 5x last at SW Minnesota State (2/17/12) 2, 4x last at SW Minnesota State (2/17/12) 2 vs U-Mary (12/17/11) 4 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12/11) 7 at Jamestown (11/29/10) 1, 3x last at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12/11) 1 vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11) 2, 2x last vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11) 23 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12/11)

#32 Bryce Tesdahl • Sr. • G • 6-3 • 195 • Crosby, Minn.

Season Points: 16 at SW Minnesota State (2/17) FG made: 6 at UW-Stout (11/22) FG attempts: 10 at SW Minnesota State (2/17) 3Pt FG made: 3, 2x, last vs U-Mary (12/17) 3Pt FG attempts: 5, 2x last vs Minnesota Duluth (1/3) FT made: 5 at Upper Iowa (12/10) FT attempts: 6, 4x last at SW Minnesota State (2/17) Rebounds: 9 at Wayne State (1/8) Assists: 12, 2x last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) Steals: 3 at Upper Iowa (12/10) Blocked Shots: 1 at Upper Iowa (12/10) Minutes: 39 at Augustana (1/7)

Career 23 at Finlandia (11/17/10) 7 at Minnesota Duluth (1/3/11) 11, 4x, last at Minnesota Duluth (1/3/11) 3, 5x, last vs U-Mary (12/17/11) 6 at Northern Michigan (12/29) 11, 2x, last vs Jamestown (11/29/10) 14 vs Jamestown (11/29/10) 10 vs. University of Mary (1/16/10) 12, 2x last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10/12) 5, 2x, last at Minnesota, Crookston (2/13/10) 1, 9x, last at Upper Iowa (12/10/11) 43, 3x, last at St. Cloud State (1/4/11)

#2 Lance Rongstad • Jr. • G • 6-3 • 200 • Eleva, Wis.

Season Career Points: 21 vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) 29 vs Winona State (2/20/10) FG made: 8 vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) 8, 5x, last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10/12) FG attempts: 10, 2x last at Minnesota Duluth (2/4) 19 at St. Cloud State (1/4/11) 3Pt FG made: 2, 2x last vs St. Cloud State (1/13) 4, 2x last vs SW Minnesota State (2/18/11) 3Pt FG attempts: 4 vs U-Mary (12/17) 5, 4x last vs SW Minnesota State (2/18/11) FT made: 10 at Wayne State (1/8) 18 at Minnesota, Crookston (2/11/11) FT attempts: 12 at Wayne State (1/8) 20 at Minnesota, Crookston (2/11/11) Rebounds: 10 at Augustana (1/7) 13 at Minnesota Duluth (1/3/11) Assists: 6 at SW Minnesota State (2/17) 6 at SW Minnesota State (2/17/12) Steals: 4, 2x last at Minnesota, Crookston (12/3) 5 at Wayne State (2/27/10) Blocked Shots: 1, 3x last at SW Minnesota State (2/17) 2 vs Winona State (2/20/10) Minutes: 40 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11) 42 at Winona State (12/12/09)

#10 Jason Edwards • Jr. • G 5-9 • 160 • Phoenix, Ariz.

Points: FG made: FG attempts: 3Pt FG made: 3Pt FG attempts: FT made: FT attempts: Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots: Minutes:

11 vs Minot State (11/25) 4 vs Minot State (11/25) 6 vs Sioux Falls (11/20) 2 vs Minot State (11/25) 3, 3x last vs Minot State (11/25) 3 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12) 4 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12) 6 at UW-Stout (11/22) 5 vs Michigan Tech (11/26) 4 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12) None 34 at UW-Stout (11/22)

#1 Dermaine Crockrell• Jr. • G 6-1 • 150 • Mesa, Ariz.

Points: 27 at Minnesota Duluth (2/4) FG made: 10 at Minnesota Duluth (2/4) FG attempts: 16, 2x last vs MSU Moorhead (2/11) 3Pt FG made: 4 vs U-Mary (12/17) 3Pt FG attempts: 6 at Northern State (1/28) FT made: 5, 2x last at Minnesota Duluth (2/4) FT attempts: 6 vs Minnesota State (1/20) Rebounds: 8 at Augustana (1/7) Assists: 6 at Minnesota Duluth (2/4) Steals: 3 vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) Blocked Shots: 1, 2x last at Wayne State (1/8) Minutes: 44 at Augustana (1/7)

#25 Dillon Floyd • Fr. • F 6-8 • 225 • Palm Springs, Calif. Points: FG made: FG attempts: 3Pt FG made: 3Pt FG attempts: FT made: FT attempts: Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots: Minutes:

8 vs Northern State (12/16) 2 vs Northern State (12/16) 4 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14) None None 4 vs Northern State (12/16) 5 vs Northern State (12/16) 1, 2x last vs U-Mary (12/17) None None 1 vs Minot State (11/25) 7 vs Minot State (11/25)

#15 Brock Tesdahl • Fr. • G 6-0 •185 • Crosby, Minn.

Points: None FG made: None FG attempts: 1, 3x last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) 3Pt FG made: None 3Pt FG attempts: 1, 2x last vs Northern State (12/16) FT made: None FT attempts: None Rebounds: 2 vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) Assists: None Steals: 1 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14) Blocked Shots: None Minutes: 6 vs Minot State (11/25)

#14 Mason Walters •Jr. • F • 6-7 • 225 • Milton, Wis.

Season Career Points: 27 vs Northern State (12/16) 27 vs Northern State (12/16/11) FG made: 8 vs Northern State (12/16) 8 vs Northern State (12/16/11) FG attempts: 13 vs Northern State (12/16) 13, 3x last vs Northern State (12/16/11) 3Pt FG made: 5 vs Northern State (12/16) 5 vs Northern State (12/16/11) 3Pt FG attempts: 5, 3x last at SW Minnesota State (2/17) 6 vs U-Mary (1/28/11) FT made: 6 vs Northern State (12/16) 11 at Minnesota Duluth (1/3/11) FT attempts: 7, 3x last at Wayne State (1/8) 16 at Minnesota Duluth (1/3/11) Rebounds: 9 vs Minnesota Duluth (1/3) 11 at Minnesota Duluth (1/3/11) Assists: 4 at Northern State (1/28) 5 at Minnesota Duluth (1/3/11) Steals: 5 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14) 5 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) Blocked Shots: 2 at Northern State (1/28) 2, 2x last at Northern State (1/28/12) Minutes: 33 at Augustana (1/7) 33, 2x last at Augustana (1/7/12)

Bemidji State Men’s Basketball I 2011-12

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Player Season / Career Highs #5 David Berthene • RS-So. • F • 6-9 • 200 • Lakeville, Minn.

Season Career Points: 10, 2x last at UMary (1/27) 17 vs Minnesota, Crookston (12/5/10) FG made: 4 at UMary (1/27) 7 vs Minnesota, Crookston (12/5/10) FG attempts: 10 at Winona State (12/9) 11 vs Minnesota, Crookston (12/5/10) 3Pt FG made: 2, 5x last vat UMary (1/27) 3 vs Minnesota, Crookston (12/5/10) 3Pt FG attempts: 7 at MSU-Moorhead (12/2) 7 at MSU-Moorhead (12/2/11) FT made: 2 at Minnesota, Crookston (12/3) 4 vs University of Mary (1/16/11) FT attempts: 2, 3x last vs Minnesota Duluth (1/3) 4 vs University of Mary (1/16/11) Rebounds: 3 at MSU-Moorhead (12/2) 5 vs Finlandia (2/16/10) Assists: 1, 5x last vs Northern State (12/16) 3, 2x, last vs Finlandia (2/16/10) Steals: 2 vs Minnesota Duluth (1/3) 2 vs Minnesota Duluth (1/3) Blocked Shots: 2, 2x last vs Minnesota Duluth (1/3) 2, 2x last vs Minnesota Duluth (1/3) Minutes: 22 at Upper Iowa (12/10) 34 vs Finlandia (2/16/10)

#12 Jon Krebs • RS-So. • G • 6-5 • 205 • Mahtomedi, Minn.

Season Career Points: 5, 2x last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) 6 at Minnesota State (1/29/11) FG made: 2, 3x last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) 2, 4, last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10/12) FG attempts: 4 at Minnesota, Crookston (12/3) 6 at Concordia University (1/8/11) 3Pt FG made: 1, 2x last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) 1, 2x last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10/12) 3pt FG attempts: 1, 4x last vs Minn, Crookston (2/10) 3 at Concordia University (1/8/11) FT made: 2, 2x last at MSU-Moorhead (12/2) 2, 5x, last at MSU-Moorhead (12/2/11) FT attempts: 2, 2x last at MSU-Moorhead (12/2) 4 vs Finlandia (2/16/10) Rebounds: 4 at Minnesota, Crooktson (12/3) 8 at Concordia University (1/8/11) Assists: 1, 3x last at Winona State (12/9) 2 vs Finlandia (2/16/10) Steals: 1 vs Minot State (11/25) 2 vs Finlandia (2/16/10) Blocked Shots: None 1 vs Finlandia (2/16/10) Minutes: 13 at Minnesota, Crookston (12/3) 21 vs Finlandia (2/16/10)

#3 Zach Noreen • So. • F • 6-6 •215 • Avon, Minn.

Season Career Points: 15 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11) 15 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) FG made: 6 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14) 6 vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) FG attempts: 11 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11) 11 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) 3Pt FG made: 3 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11) 3, 2x last vs MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) 3Pt FG attempts: 6 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11) 6 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) FT made: 4 at Minnesota State (2/18) 4 at Minnesota State (2/18/12) FT attempts: 5 at Minnesota State (2/18) 5 at Minnesota State (2/18/12) Rebounds: 5, 2x last vs MSU Moorhead (2/11) 5, 2x last vs MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) Assists: 2, 2x last at UMary (1/27) 2, 2x last at UMary (1/27/12) Steals: 2 at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12) 2, 3x last at UC-Colorado Springs (11/12/11) Blocked Shots: 2 vs Sioux Falls (11/20) 2 vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11) Minutes: 30 at Minnesota State (2/18) 30 at Minnesota State (2/18/12)

#4 Maxie Rosenbloom • So. • F • 6-5 • 195 • St. Paul, Minn.

Season Career Points: 6 vs Sioux Falls (11/20) 6 vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11) FG made: 2, 4x last at Winona State (12/9) 2, 4x last at Winona State (12/9) FG attempts: 4, 4x last vs U-Mary (12/17) 4, 4x last vs U-Mary (12/17/11) 3Pt FG made: 1 vs Sioux Falls (11/20) 1 vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11) 3Pt FG attempts: 1, 3x last at Upper Iowa (12/10) 1, 3x at Upper Iowa (12/10/11) FT made: 2, 3x last at Minnesota, Crookston (12/3) 4, at Winona State (2/26/11) FT attempts: 5 at Metro State (11/11) 6, at Winona State (2/26/11) Rebounds: 6, 2x last vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14) 6, 3x last vs Concordia-St. Paul (1/14/12) Assists: 2 vs Minot State (11/25) 2 vs Minot State (11/25/11) Steals: 1, 2x last at Upper Iowa (12/10) 1, 4x last at Upper Iowa (12/10/11) Blocked Shots: 2 at Upper Iowa (12/10) 2 at Upper Iowa (12/10/11) Minutes: 21 at Upper Iowa (12/10) 21 at Upper Iowa (12/10/11)

#24 Jake Schalow • So. • G • 6-4 • 185 • Kaukauna, Wis.

Season Career Points: 21 at Upper Iowa (12/10) 21 2x at Upper Iowa (12/10/11) FG made: 5 at UMary (1/27) 5, 2x last at UMary (1/27/12) FG attempts: 11 at Northern State (1/28) 11 at Northern State (1/28/12) 3Pt FG made: 4 at Upper Iowa (12/10) 5 at Winona State (2/26/11) 3Pt FG attempts: 8 at Northern State (1/28) 8 at Northern State (1/28/12) FT made: 9 at Upper Iowa (12/10) 9 at Upper Iowa (12/10/11) FT attempts: 10 at Upper Iowa (12/10) 10 at Upper Iowa (12/10/11) Rebounds: 5 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11) 5 vs MSU Moorhead (2/11/12) Assists: 3 at Winona State (12/9) 3 at Winona State (12/9/11) Steals: 1, 5x last at Augustana (1/7) 1, 10x, last at Augustana (1/7/12) Blocked Shots: None None Minutes: 32 vs Sioux Falls (11/20) 32 vs Sioux Falls (11/20/11)

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Bemidji State Men’s Basketball I 2011-12


2 0 1 1 - 1 2 N C A A S t a t i s t i c s S u m m a r y ( T h r o u g h G a m e s F Contact e b . 1Us9 ) Bemidji St. (19-7) Men's Basketball National Ranking Summary Thru Games 02/19/2012

Category

Rank

Won-Lost Percentage (296 ranked) Scoring Offense (296 ranked) Scoring Defense (296 ranked) Scoring Margin (296 ranked) Field-Goal Percentage (296 ranked) Field-Goal Percentage Defense (296 ranked) Three-Point Field Goals Per Game (296 ranked) Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (296 ranked) Three Pt FG Defense (296 ranked) Free-Throw Percentage (296 ranked) Rebound Margin (296 ranked) Assists Per Game (296 ranked) Assist Turnover Ratio (296 ranked) Blocked Shots Per Game (296 ranked) Steals Per Game (296 ranked) Turnovers Per Game (296 ranked) Turnover Margin (296 ranked) Personal Fouls Per Game (296 ranked)

Category

46 98 70 56 33 199 61 25 214 28 105 59 7 256 192 2 91 24

Player

Points Per Game (300 ranked) James Ellisor Field-Goal Percentage (300 ranked) James Ellisor Three-Point Field Goals Per Game (300 ranked) Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (98 ranked) Free-Throw Percentage (300 ranked) James Ellisor Lance Rongstad Rebounds Per Game (300 ranked) James Ellisor Assists Per Game (300 ranked) Bryce Tesdahl Blocked Shots Per Game (300 ranked) Steals Per Game (300 ranked) Lance Rongstad Triple Doubles (30 ranked) Double Doubles (30 ranked) Assist Turnover Ratio (300 ranked) Triple Doubles (30 ranked)

Bryce Tesdahl

Actual

56 287 171 12 269

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National Leader

73.1 West Liberty 73.7 West Liberty 66.3 Cal Poly Pomona 7.5 West Liberty 47.7 Bellarmine 45.2 Lincoln Memorial 7.3 King (TN) 38.8 Pitt.-Johnstown 36.0 Slippery Rock 74.5 West Liberty 2.1 Lincoln Memorial 14.7 Oakland City 1.41 Oakland City 1.7 Ohio Valley 6.3 Adams St. 10.4 Fairmont St. 1.3 West Liberty 16.0 Bentley

Rank Actual 8 31

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National Leader

21.7 Sammy Emile, Mars Hill 56.8 Zach Roddenberry, Harding Jaime Smith, Ala.-Huntsville Jeremy Hoard, Arkansas Tech 85.2 Ashton Brown, Tex. A&M-Kingsville 74.3 6.6 Garret Kerr, USciences 6.1 Josh Magette, Ala.-Huntsville Rickie Crews, Holy Family 1.4 Xander McNally, Dominican (CA) Jamiko Verner, Adams St. Scott Dennis, Christian Bros. Garret Kerr, USciences 2.93 Josh Magette, Ala.-Huntsville Josh Magette, Ala.-Huntsville Adrian Moss, Indianapolis Ryan Rozsnaki, Assumption Tony Smith, Shaw Kedric Taylor, Paine

Bemidji State Men’s Basketball I 2011-12

Actual

96.2 103.2 56.0 21.8 55.1 37.4 11.5 43.8 26.2 81.3 12.3 21.0 1.64 7.4 12.9 10.2 6.3 12.8

Actual

25.1 70.1 3.5 53.3 96.1

12.8 9.5 4.0 3.7 3.7 1.0 20.0 3.52 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

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