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Overall (3-4), LSC (0-3) Nov. 10 Alumni Game Nov. 11 Southwestern Adventist Nov. 16 North Texas Nov. 20 Ok. Panhandle St. Kingsville Classic Nov. 23 McMurry University Nov. 24 Bacone College nov. 28 texas a&M Kingsville* dec. 1 Incarnate Word* dec. 8 #25 West Texas a&M* dec. 12 eastern new mexico* Las Vegas Classic Dec. 15 Florida Tech Dec. 16 Rollins College Dec. 28 UT-El Paso jan. 2 angelo state* jan. 5 abilene christian* jan. 9 tarleton state* jan. 12 texas a&M Commerce jan. 23 midwestern state* jan. 26 midwestern state* jan. 31 texas a&M Kingsville* feb. 2 incarnate word* feb. 6 eastern new mexico* feb. 9 west texas a&M feb. 13 angelo state feb. 16 Abilene christian* feb. 20 tarleton state* feb. 23 texas a&M commerce* Feb. 28 Northwood mar. 6-9 Lsc Tournament

W 82-65@ W 77-49 L 49-78@ W 94-75

Eastern New Mexico game Notes eastern New Mexico | Dec. 12 at 8:00 pm Series: CU Leads 17-16 2012-13 Record: 5-3, 2-0 LSC Conference: Lone Star Head Coach: Andrew Helton Record at ENMU: 23-30| 4th Season

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L 56-76 W 75-60 L 48-56 L 69-74 L 38-57 8:00 pm

Cameron seeking to stay perfect at home

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Under Head Coach Wade Alexander the Aggies are a perfect 2-0 at home against Eastern New Mexico.

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Series Information

Since their first meeting in the 1969-70 season the Aggies lead overall series 17-16 over the Greyhounds. Last season, both teams won on their own home court with CU getting a 72-57 win on Jan. 11, 2012.

Greyhounds at a Glance

Eastern New Mexico is 5-3 overall and 2-0 in conference thus far in the season. Despite their winning record, the greyhounds are 1-2 away from their home court falling to Texas A&M International and Lubbock Christian. The Greyhounds as a team are out-scoring their opponents 75.0 to 69.6 and are getting edged out in the rebounding battle (35.5-36.0). Additionally, They are a +19 in blocks and in steals ENMU sits at a +6. From the field the Greyhounds are hitting 48.1% of their shots and from downtown they are 42.8%. Rodney Blackmon is leading ENMU in scoring averaging 17.0 point per game. This season Blackmon is 40.8% from the field and 41.3% from the arc. Dennis Hardwell is a two-tool player who can play both sides of the court. In their eight games, Hardwell has 10 blocks, 11 steals, and is averaging 11.6 points. He was also named LSC Defensive player of the week twice this season. Off the glass Rafael Love is leading ENMU with 8.1 rebounds per game and is averaging 15.5 points per game. In the first half the Greyhounds are getting out-scored 248-251 through their games thus far. The second half is a different story though with ENMU scoring 104 more points (352) in the final 20 minutes of the game.

Second Half Turnovers Hurt Ags in Canyon

Despite leading at the half, the Cameron University men’s basketball team falls today, in Canyon, Texas, to the #25 West Texas Buffs, 57-38. The Aggies fell behind by two early and the score remained that way for the first four minutes. CU was able to put three more on the board before the second media timeout and then mounted a rally and put up six more before the 10 minute mark finishing the first half up 23-16. Cameron shot well in the first half, going 38.5% from the field and 20% from the arc. They were +1 in both turnover and rebound margin through the first 20 minutes. Tim Johnson was key to the Aggies rally as he put up eight points with a couple coming off WT turnovers. Jonathan Patino had five points and four rebounds in the half.

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The second half was a different story for the men and they did not score a point in the second half until five minutes into the half and gave up a seven point lead. Cameron was 25% from the field in the second half and 9% from


CU BY THE NUMBERS Overall.........................................................................3-4 LSC................................................................................................0-3 Home ..........................................................................................2-0 Away.............................................................................................0-3 Neutral.................................................................................1-1 Region......................................................................................1-3 Against ranked opponents............................................0-1 Overtime...................................................................................0-0 Leading at half....................................................................3-3 Trailing at half...................................................................0-1 Tied at Half.............................................................................0-0 Last Minute Lead Change..............................................0-0 Outshoots Opponent.......................................................3-1 Outshot by Opponent......................................................0-3 More Rebounds....................................................................3-1 Fewer Rebounds...................................................................0-2 Higher shooting pct.......................................................3-1 Lower shooting pct.........................................................0-3 More Offensive Boards...................................................1-1 Less Offensive Boards.......................................................1-2 More Turnovers...................................................................0-3 Less Turnovers.............................,........................................2-1 Player(s) Foul Out..............................................................0-1 Opponent(s) Foul out......................................................0-0 has Technical Foul..........................................................0-1 Opponent Technical Foul............................................0-1 Scores: 59 and under..........................................................................0-3 60-69.............................................................................................0-1 70-79.............................................................................................1-0 80-89.............................................................................................1-0 90-99.............................................................................................1-0 100+...............................................................................................0-0 Opponent scores: 59 and under..........................................................................1-2 60-69.............................................................................................1-0 70-79.............................................................................................1-2 80-89.............................................................................................0-0 90-99.............................................................................................0-0 100+...............................................................................................0-0 Shoots: Under 35%................................................................................0-3 35-39%..........................................................................................0-0 40-44%..........................................................................................0-0 45-49%..........................................................................................1-0 50%+..............................................................................................2-1 Opponent Shoots: Under 35%................................................................................2-0 35-39%..........................................................................................0-0 40-44%..........................................................................................0-2 45-49%..........................................................................................1-1 50%+..............................................................................................1-0 Free Throws: Under 60%................................................................................0-3 60-69%..........................................................................................0-0 70-79%..........................................................................................3-0 80%+..............................................................................................0-1 Free Throw Attemps: Under 20 Attempts..............................................................3-4 20-29.............................................................................................0-0 30-39.............................................................................................0-0 40-49.............................................................................................0-0 50+.................................................................................................0-0 Field Goal Attempts Under 50 FGA.........................................................................1-2 50-59 FGA...................................................................................1-2 60-69 FGA...................................................................................0-0 70+ FGA.......................................................................................1-0 Season Streaks Longest Win Streak................................................................2 Longest Losing Streak........................................................3 Current Streak......................................................................L3 Last 10.........................................................................................3-4 Largest Lead..........32 vs. Southwestern Adventist Largest Deficit..........................................23 vs. McMurry Largest Deficit Overcome....................................................

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behind the arc. They were able to convert all their free throws in the second, going 6-6 from the line. WT countered that with a 50% FG percentage, 33.3% from three, and 87.5% from the charity stripe, going to the line 16 times in the half. CU allowed way too many points in the paint, and could not control the boards, as West Texas had 30 points in the paint and out rebounded CU 57-38. CU turned the ball over 16 times in the second half to give them 24 in the game, compared to West Texas’ 14. Tim Johnson led the way for the Aggies with 14 points and three assists. Craig Foster scored eight and Jonathan Patino finished with five points and six rebounds. For the game, the Aggies were 33.3% from the field, 15.4% from three, and 100% from the free throw line.

Up next for Cameron

The men’s basketball team will travel to Las Vegas Nev. to play Rollins College and Florida Tech on Dec. 15-16. These games will be streamed online through cameronaggies.com with Don Vieth on the call. Following the trip to Las Vegas the Aggies will have 11 days off before playing at UTEP on 12/28 in exhibition play.

Wade Alexander

Head Coach | Fifth Season | East Central ‘01 Wade Alexander is entering his fifth season at the helm of the Cameron Aggie men’s basketball coach. In the 2011-12 season Alexander guided the Aggie men to their second winning season in a row and won their first post-season game since 1993 in the Lone Star Conference Tournament. The program also had the LSC men’s basketball player of the year, Milton Garner who also was named to the 2012 Reece’s Division II All-Star Game. Prior to coaching at CU, Alexander was the assistant men’s basketball coach at East Central University. In just his first season, Alexander ended an 11-year postseason drought and took the Aggie men to the Lone Star Conference Championship tournament. CU had not been to the postseason since the 19971998 season. Alexander was awarded Lone Star Conference and Cameron University Coach of the Year honors for his successful efforts. Alexander served as the assistant men’s basketball coach under head coach Terry Shannon at East Central University from 2005-2008. While at ECU he helped lead the Tigers to a third-place finish in the LSC after the 2005-2006 season, and was instrumental in the development of seven LSC All-Conference players. He also served as the program’s recruiting coordinator under head coach Terry Shannon and was responsible for all of the administrative duties. Prior to ECU, Alexander was the assistant men’s basketball coach at Texas A&M University-Kingsville (Kingsville, TX), another fellow Lone Star Conference school. While on the Javelina coaching staff under head coach Pete Peterson, Alexander helped to guide the squad to a third-place finish in the LSC after the 2004-2005 season. He also was instrumental in TAMUK’s #10 regional ranking that year. Alexander started his coaching career at Bacone College (Muskogee, OK) as the assistant men’s basketball coach and head men’s and women’s golf coach. With the Warriors and under head coach Alan Foster, Alexander helped lead the team to a second-place finish in the Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) after the 2003-2004 season. Like at ECU and TAMUK, Alexander was the recruiting coordinator at Bacone College. In Alexander’s eight years of coaching experience he as had a total of 16 all-conference players and 14 players go on to the professional ranks. He has also coached 14 student-athletes to an all-conference honor. Alexander received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree from East Central in May of 2001. He then stayed at ECU to achieve his Master’s degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis on Sports Administration in December of 2002. The Marlow, Okla., native is married to the former Dana Williams of Comanche, Okla., and the couple has a daughter named Addison.

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Name Djuro Majostorovic Tim Johnson Craig Foster Asaad Robinson Andrew (Grenada) Thomas Jonathn Patino Trevor Smith Warren Chapman Aaron Thompson Rudy Harrell DuMone Leatherwood Kimric Dixon Andrew Thomas Desmond Henry Devon Crabtree

2012-13 Men’s basketball Roster Yr. R-So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. R-Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. R-Jr. Sr.

Position G G G G F G F G F F F G F G G

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

Hometown/High School/Previous School Belgrade, Serbia / University of Texas-San Antonio Compton, CA / LA Trade Tech CC Lawton, OK / Lawton Hs Detroit, MI / Henry Ford CC Windsor Forest, St. David’s / Happy Hills SS Chicago, IL / St. Benedict HS Randlett, OK / Big Pasture Hs Augusta, GA / Angelina JC Burkburnett, TX / Sam Houston State Monticello, AR / Three Rivers JC Washington, D.C. / Prince George CC Las Vegas, NV / Bishop State JC Clarendon, TX / Clarendon JC Dallas, TX / Irving HS Chanute, KA / Neosho Co CC

2012-13 Lone Star Conference STANDINGS LSC CPct. Overall Pct. Home Away N Midwestern State 3-0 1.000 6-2 0.750 1-0 3-2 2-0 Texas A&M Commerce 2-0 1.000 7-2 0.778 4-0 1-1 2-1 Eastern New Mexico 2-0 1.000 5-3 0.625 2-1 1-2 2-0 West Texas A&M 2-2 .500 8-2 0.800 3-1 3-1 2-0 Tarleton State 1-1 .500 5-2 0.714 5-1 0-1 0-0 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1-1 .500 5-4 0.556 4-3 1-1 0-0 Incarnate Word 1-1 .500 4-5 0.444 1-3 2-2 1-0 Abilene Christian 1-3 .250 4-3 0.500 3-2 1-2 0-0 Angelo State 1-3 .250 3-5 0.375 3-1 0-2 0-2 LSC Basketball Preseason Cameron 0-3 .000 3-4 0.429 2-0 0-3 1-1 as of Dec. 11 Rank Team (1st Place Votes)

CAMERON’S 2012-13 GAME-BY-GAME LEADERS

Opponent Southwest Adventist Oklahoma Panhandle State McMurry University Bacone College Texas A&M-Kingsville* Incarnate Word* West Texas A&M* Eastern New Mexico* Florida Tech Rollins College Angelo State* Abilene Christian* Tarleton State* Texas A&M-Commerce* Midwestern State* Midwestern State* Texas A&M-Kingsville* Incarnate Word* Eastern New Mexico* West Texas A&M* Angelo State* Abilene Christian* Tarleton State* Texas A&M-Commerce* Northwood University

Points Thomas Tied (x2) Patino Foster Foster Foster Johnson

Assists Foster Foster Foster Foster Tied (x2) Foster Johnson

Rebounds Thompson tied (x2) Harrell Patino Patino Patino Patino

Blocks Patino tied (x2) Tied (x3) Thompson Thompson Thomas Tied (x3)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Tarleton State(12) Midwestern State(12) West Texas A&M(4) Incarnate Word Cameron Texas A&M-Kingsville Abilene Christian Angelo State(1) Texas A&M-Commerce Eastern New Mexico

Poll TOTAL 269 262 246 166 139 130 112 95 91 85

Cameron in the LSC Tournament 1990-West Texas State................................................L, 58-66 1991-Angelo State.......................................................W, 64-54 West Texas State................................................L, 70-78 1992-Abilene Christian.........................................L, 87-106 1993-East Texas St........................................................W, 76-72 Eastern New Mexico.......................................L, 69-75 1998-Texas A&M-Commerce....................................L, 62-87 2009-Midwestern State..............................................L, 65-94 2011-West Texas A&M..................................................L, 59-75 2012-Incarnate Word..............................................W, 77-68 Midwestern State.............................................l, 50-59

Cameron’s 2012-13 Game-BY-Game STARTING LINEUP

Opponent Southwest Adventist Foster patino harrell dixon thomas Oklahoma Panhandle State Foster patino harrell Robinson thomas McMurry University Foster patino harrell Robinson thomas Bacone College Foster patino harrell Smith thomas Texas A&M-Kingsville* Foster patino Johnson Smith thomas Incarnate Word* Foster patino Johnson Harrell thomas West Texas A&M* Foster patino Thompson Dixon thomas Eastern New Mexico* Florida Tech Rollins College Angelo State* Abilene Christian* Tarleton State* Texas A&M-Commerce* Midwestern State* Midwestern State* Texas A&M-Kingsville* Incarnate Word* Eastern New Mexico* West Texas A&M* Angelo State* Abilene Christian* Tarleton State* Texas A&M-Commerce* Northwood University

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Cameron Quick Facts University Information

2012-13 Aggie Team Leaders Points 95 Foster Points per Game 13.7 Foster FG PCT (min 20) .600 Harrell 3 FG PCT. (min 10) .417 Foster FT PCT. (min 10) .833 Foster Total Rebounds 41 Patino Rebounds per Game 5.9 Foster Assists 36 Foster Assists per Game 5.1 Foster Steals 13 foster Steals per Game 1.9 Foster Blocks 7 Thompson Blocks per Game 1.0 Thompson Minutes per Game 32.0 Foster

School Name....................................................Cameron University Location................................................................ Lawton, Oklahoma Founded.................................................................................................. 1908 Enrollment.......................................................................................... 6,000 Previous Names.....Cameron State Agricultural College .....................................................................................Cameron College Stadium (Capacity).............................................Aggie Gym (1,800) Nickname.........................................................................................Aggies Colors.........................................................................Black and Gold Affiliation.................................................................................. NCAA - II Conference.............................................................................Lone Star President..................................................................... Dr. Cindy Ross Athletics Director...................................................... Jim Jackson Associate Athletics Director................................ Kim Vinson Faculty Athletic Rep....................................... Dr. Keith Vitense Team Highs

2012-13 Game Highs/Lows

Points 94 Oklahoma Panhandle Rebounds 42 Southwestern Adventist Assists 23 Southwestern Adventist Steals 11 vs. Bacone College Turnovers 24 at West Texas A&M Southwestern Adventist Head Coach...............................................................Wade Alexander Blocks 7 .563 Incarnate Word Alma Mater......................................................East Central FG PCT. .467 vs. Bacone College Cameron Record.................................................61-56 (5th season) 3FG PCT. FT PCT. 1.000 at West Texas A&M

Coaching Staff

Career Record.................................................................same Assistant Coach.............................................................. Nate Gamet Alma Mater.......................Northwest Missouri State Graduate Assistant...............................................................Ron Hill Alma Mater................................................................................Cameron

Team Information 2011-12 Overall Record...................................................16-11 (.615) 2011-12 Conference Record............................................11-9 (.550) 2011-12 Postseason..................................................LSC Semi-Finals Leterwinners Returning/Lost...................................................1/4 First Season of Competition................................1968 (4 Year) Overall All-time Record.........................................................681-604 # of years in NCAA Tournament/Last....................................none

Team Lows Points Rebounds Assists Steals Turnovers Blocks FG PCT. 3FG PCT.

38 27 7 2 7 1 .321 .154

at West Texas A&M at West Texas A&M at West Texas A&M last vs. McMurry Southwestern Adventist last at Incarnate Word at Texas A&M Kingsville at West Texas A&M

Individual Highs Points Foster Rebound Thompson Assists Foster Steals Foster Blocks Patino

25 11 10 4 3

vs. Bacone College Southwestern Adventist Oklahoma Panhandle Oklahoma Panhandle Southwestern Adventist

Media Relations Director of Sports Information............................Don Vieth Office Phone....................................................580-581-2303 Cell Phone.........................................................580-583-2210 E-Mail.............................................dvieth@cameron.edu Athletic Fax........................................................................580-581-5537 Website................................................................cameronaggies.com Facebook.....................................facebook.com/cameronaggies twitter............................................twitter.com/cameronaggies Youtube...........................................youtube.com/cameronaggies

Lone Star Conferece Tournament: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1998, 2009, 2011, 2012

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Game & Season Team Records

Game & Season Individual Records Game – Individual Points 53 FG ATTEMPTS 31 FG MADE 21 3FG ATTEMPTS 18 3FG MADE 10 FT MADE 16 REBOUNDS 26 FT ATTEMPTS 22 ASSISTS 15 STEALS 8 BLOCKS 5

Season - Individual POINTS POINTS/GAME FG ATTEMPTS FG MADE FG PCT. 3FG ATTEMPTS 3FG MADE 3FG PCT. FT ATTEMPTS FT MADE REBOUNDS REBOUNDS/G ASSISTS ASSISTS/G BLOCKS BLOCKS/G

804 27.7 671 331 .638 250 99 .515 260 198 366 11.9 220 5.64 91 2.84

Career – Individual POINTS POINTS/G FG ATTEMPTS FG MADE FG PCT. 3FG ATTEMPTS 3FG MADE 3FG/GAME 3FG PCT. FT ATTEMPTS FT MADE FT PCT. REBOUNDS REBOUNDS/G ASSISTS ASSISTS/G BLOCKS BLOCKS/G

2,603 25.5 2,576 1,097 .599 440 174 2.45 .440 584 453 .822 1,137 11.9 322 3.88 155 2.67

Career Scoring

Single Game – Team

Tommy Starkes, vs. Ark. Baptist (1/18/85) Sean Thomas, vs. Central Okla. (2/27/92) Tommy Starkes, vs. Ark. Baptist (1/18/85) Dave Smith, vs. East Central (2/28/09) Dave Smith, vs. East Central (2/28/09) Larry Dougherty, vs. Midwestern (2/15/86) Ray Franklin, SOWSU (1979 Season) Brian Colbert, vs. SWOSU (2/12/02) Todd Jones, vs. Central Okla. (1/21/99) Jerry Davenport, vs. NM Highlands (74) Matt Reid, vs. Midwestern (1/5/06) Mezel Prater, vs. SW Baptist (12/4/89) Arthur Trousdell, vs. ACU (1/13/05)

Leroy Jackson 1979 Jerry Davenport 1971 Freddie Mckenney 1980 Freddie Mckenney 1980 James Morries 1995 Dave Smith 2009 Dave Smith 2009 Trevor Lemon 1990 Leroy Jackson 1978 Leroy Jackson 1978 Ray Franklin 1979 John Derrick 1976 Jeff Wilson 1979 Jeff Wilson 1979 Nathan Moore 1986 Nathan Moore 1986

Jerry Davenport (1970-1974) Jerry Davenport (1970-1974) Jerry Davenport (1970-1974) Jerry Davenport (1970-1974) Errol Wilridge (1993-1995) Jerry Amos (2001-2004) Jerry Amos (2001-2004) Jerry Amos (2001-2004) Chad Caudill (2002-2004) Jerry Davenport (1970-1974) Larry Dougherty (1985-1987) Larry Dougherty (1985-1987) Mike Fleming (1969-1973) John Derrick (1976-1977) Carlos Mayes (1987-1990) Carlos Mayes (1987-1990) Nathan Moore (1986-1988) Nathan Moore (1986-1988)

POINTS 143 vs. COMBINED POINTS 233 vs. LARGEST VICTORY 80 vs. FG ATTEMPTS 96 vs. FG MADE 65 vs. FG PCT. .667 vs. 3FG ATTEMPTS 44 vs. 3FG MADE 19 vs. FT ATTEMPTS 48 vs. FT MADE 30 vs. REBOUNDS 58 vs. ASSISTS 41 vs. STEALS 27 vs. Pts Player BLOCKS 8 vs. vs. 1. 2,603 Jerry Davenport

Career Scoring

Player Jerry Davenport Andre King Larry Bennett Leroy Jackson Larry Dougherty Carlos Mayes Mike Fleming Ray Franklin Freddie McKenney Keith Kimble

Seasons 1970-74 1978-80 1968-71 1979-80 1986-88 1988-90 1970-73 1978-80 1980-82 1977-80

Games 102 96 103 78 80 83 103 102 63 93

Single-Se

2. Season 1,757 Andre King 1978-80 – Team 3. POINTS 3,567 1,599 Larry Bennett 1968-71 1979-1980 4. POINTS/GAME 1,556 Leroy Jackson 1979-80 91.5 1979-1980 5. SCORING 1,511 Larry Dougherty 1986-88 DEF. 1,790 2001-2002 6. SCORING 1,486 Carlos Mayes 1988-90 DEF. AVG. 67.6 1996-1997 7. FG ATTEMPTS 1,436 Mike Fleming 1970-73 2,606 1979-1980 8. FG MADE 1,437 1,328 Ray Franklin 1978-80 1979-1980 9. FG PCT. .551 1,308 Freddie McKenney 1979-1980 1980-82 10.3FG ATTEMPTS 1,298 Keith Kimble 1977-80 777 2001-2002 3FG MADE Scoring 254 (by 2001-2002 Single-Season average) 3FG PCT. .379 1986-1987 Avg. Player Season 959 1979-1980 1. FT ATTEMPTS 27.7 Jerry Davenport 1971-72 FT MADE 693 1979-1980 2. 26.7 Jerry Davenport 1972-73 FT PCT. .754 1980-1981 3. 25.9 Jerry Davenport 1970-71 REBOUNDS 1,754 1979-1980 4. 22.5 Freddie McKenney 1980-81 44.97 1980-1981 5. REBOUNDS/G 22.3 Jerry Davenport 1973-74 1986-1987 6. ASSISTS 472 21.8 Larry Dougherty 1985-86 16.82 2007-2008 7. ASSISTS/G 21.5 Carlos Mayes 1989-90 BLOCKS 127 1986-1987 4.07 2007-2008 8. BLOCKS/G 20.9 John Derrick 1977-78 9. 10.

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Leroy Jackson John Derrick

1978-79 1976-77

Career Rebounding (since 1986) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Reb. 534 471 462 424 398 386 336 333 329 329

Player Marcus Girtmon Eric Wiley Tony Phillips Alex Ihler Nathan Moore Larry Dougherty Fred Durham Mezel Prater Ben Radford Doc Presley

Seasons 2001-05 1989-92 1997-98 1998-02 1986-88 1986-88 1993-95 1989-91 1995-97 1986-88

96 103 78 80 83 103 102 63 93

18.3 15.5 19.9 18.9 17.9 13.9 13.0 20.8 14.0

GamesPts 24 664 25 668 25 647 35 788 28 624 18 393 28 603 27 39 27

565 804 553

Games 106 84 49 96 58 61 54 56 51 72

Avg. 5.0 5.6 9.4 4.4 6.8 6.3 6.2 5.9 6.4 4.5

Season Scoring Single-Season Rebounding (byPts. average) Year Player Games Avg.

Avg. Player Avg.1968-69 Ben Matthews 27 1. 12.0 Bennett John Derrick 1. 25.51969-70 Larry 24 2. 12.0 Mike Fleming 2. 18.31970-71 Jerry Davenport 25 3. 11.7 Mike Fleming 3. 15.51971-72 Jerry Davenport 24 4. 11.7 John Derrick 4. 19.91972-73 Jerry Davenport 25 5. 11.6 Davenport Ben Matthews 28 5. 18.91973-74 Jerry 6. 10.8 Martin Mike Fleming 6. 17.91974-75 Terry 29 7. 10.7 Allgoewer Leslie Malone 7. 13.91975-76 Steve 25 8. 10.4 Derrick Mack Randall 27 8. 13.01976-77 John 9. 10.4 Derrick Ralph Palomar 27 9. 20.81977-78 John 10. 10.4 Jackson Harold Hurst 39 10. 14.01978-79 Leroy 1979-80 Leroy Jackson(since 1986) 39 Career Assists Single-Season Scoring (by average) 1980-81 Freddie 35 Asst McKenney Player Avg. Player Season GamesPts Freddie MeKenney 28 1. 322 Carlos Mayes 1. 27.7 Jerry Davenport 1971-72 24 664 1981-82 Mack 32 2. 185 Randall Todd Jones 2. 26.7 Jerry Davenport 1972-73 25 668 1982-83 Tommy Starkes 30 3. 185 Sean Thomas 3. 25.9 Jerry Davenport 1970-71 25 647 1983-84 Tommy Starkes 26 4. 162 Terry Jones 4. 22.5 Freddie McKenney 1980-81 35 788 1984-85 Larry 5. 161 Dougherty Greg Patterson 18 5. 22.3 Jerry Davenport 1973-74 28 624 1985-86 Larry 6. 152 Dougherty Larry Dougherty35 6. 21.8 Larry Dougherty 1985-86 18 393 1986-87 Larry 27 7. 130 Dougherty Doc Presley 7. 21.5 Carlos Mayes 1989-90 28 603 1987-88 1988-89 Garry 8. 128 Johnson Marcus Girtmon28 Carlos Mayes 28 9. 121 Will Smith 8. 20.9 John Derrick 1977-78 27 565 1989-90 James 10. 113 Richardson Brian Colbert 29 9. 20.6 Leroy Jackson 1978-79 39 804 1990-91 26 10. 20.5 John Derrick 1976-77 27 553 1991-92 Sean Thomas 1992-93 Robert Torrence 27 Career Rebounding (since 1986) 1993-94 Will Smith 27 Reb. Player Seasons Games Avg.1994-95 Fred Durham 27 1. 534 Marcus Girtmon 2001-05 106 5.0 1995-96 Richard Edwards 26 2. 471 Eric Wiley 1989-92 84 5.6 1996-97 Corey Stewart 27 3. 462 Tony Phillips 1997-98 49 9.4 1997-98 William Johnson 25 4. 424 Alex Ihler 1998-02 96 4.4 1998-99 Tony Phillips 23 5. 398 Nathan Moore 1986-88 58 6.8 1999-00 Brandon Kephart 26 6. 386 Larry Dougherty 1986-88 61 6.3 2000-01 Brandon Kephart 23 7. 336 Fred Durham 1993-95 54 6.2 2001-02 Brian Colbert 26 8. 333 Mezel Prater 1989-91 56 5.9 2002-03 Brian Colbert 26 9. 329 Ben Radford 1995-97 51 6.4 2003-04 Chad Crawford 27 Pts 2,603 1,757 1,599 1,556 1,511 1,486 1,436 1,328 1,308 1,298

Metro State (12/4/76) Howard (11/28/76) Metro St. (12/4/76) Arkansas Baptist (11/19/93) Metro State (12/4/76) USAO (1/28/95) SE Okla. (2/8/01) East Central (2/28/09) McMurry (11/16/90) Midwestern (11/25/91) Central Okla. (1/13/00) Jarvis Christian (1981) Ambassador Univ. (12/4/96) Seasons Oklahoma City Games (11/27/90) Avg. SW Baptist (12/4/89) 1970-74 102 25.5 1.

Season 20.2 Games 544 1977-78 18.5 27 444 1971-72 25.9 27 647 1972-73 27.7 26 664 1976-77 26.7 27 668 1968-69 22.3 27 624 1970-71 16.1 26 467 2007-08 16.3 27 408 1982-83 20.5 32 553 1973-74 20.9 30 565 1969-70 20.6 23 804 752 19.3 788 Seasons22.5 Games 520 1987-90 18.6 83 592 1998-00 18.5 49 506 1990-92 16.9 55 493 1986-90 19.0 94 393 1993-96 21.8 79 658 18.8 1986-88 62 460 17.0 1986-88 62 537 2001-05 19.2 106 603 1993-95 21.5 50 469 2001-03 16.2 54 412 15.8 519 19.2 478 17.7 419 15.5 330 12.7 442 16.4 498 19.9 341 14.8 505 19.4 332 14.4 366 14.1 461 17.7 388 14.4

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Avg 12.0 12.0 11.7 11.7 11.6 10.8 10.7 10.4 10.4 10.4

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

Ass 322 185 185 162 161 152 130 128 121 113

Season A

Year Reb.1973-74 325 1974-75 324 1975-76 304 1976-77 315 1977-78 313 1978-79 280 1979-80 289 1980-81 336 1981-82 312 1982-83 239 1983-84 1984-85 Avg.1985-86 3.8 1986-87 3.7 3.3 1987-88 1.7 1988-89 2.0 1989-90 2.4 1990-91 2.1 1991-92 1.2 1992-93 2.4 1993-94 2.1 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

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Cameron University Men's Basketball Cameron Combined Team Statistics (as of Dec 11, 2012) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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Player

MAJSTOROVIC,Djuro JOHNSON,Tim FOSTER,Craig ROBINSON,Asaad M THOMAS,Andrew PATINO,Jonathan SMITH,Trevor CHAPMAN,Warren THOMPSON,Aaron HARRELL,Rudy LEATHERWOOD,DuM DIXON,Kimric D THOMAS,Andrew Team Total.......... Opponents......

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Score by Periods Cameron Opponents

25 145 224 104 34 197 97 27 128 103 16 147 153

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1400 1400

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1st 2nd 232 225 193 254

HOME 2-0 0-0 2-0

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

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

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

OVERALL 3-4 0-3 3-1

8.3 20.7 32.0 14.9 6.8 28.1 13.9 13.5 18.3 14.7 4.0 21.0 21.9

CU 457 65.3 +1.4 172-390 .441 46-152 .303 6.6 67-103 .650 9.6 240 34.3 +5.0 109 15.6 97 13.9 -3.7 1.1 41 5.9 22 3.1 1653 2-826 -

2-3 21-39 30-67 13-41 6-8 15-40 9-15 4-16 19-51 15-25 2-3 13-34 23-48

AWAY 0-3 0-3 0-0

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

.667 1-2 .538 0-2 .448 15-36 .317 4-21 .750 0-0 .375 4-18 .600 0-1 .250 4-15 .373 7-24 .600 0-0 .667 0-0 .382 11-31 .479 0-2

.500 1-2 .000 16-22 .417 20-24 .190 3-8 .000 0-2 .222 11-16 .000 0-3 .267 0-0 .292 4-7 .000 9-14 .000 0-0 .355 1-3 .000 2-2

1.000

172-390 .441 46-152 155-361 .429 40-117

.303 67-103 .342 97-144

.650 .674

OPP 447 63.9 155-361 .429 40-117 .342 5.7 97-144 .674 13.9 205 29.3 96 13.7 71 10.1 1.4 40 5.7 11 1.6 1560 3-465 2-83

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Date 11/11/12 11/20/12 11/23/12 11/24/12 11/28/12 12/01/12 12/08/12 12/12/12

.500 .727 .833 .375 .000 .688 .000 .000 .571 .643 .000 .333

off

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

Rebounds def tot avg

2 0 2 4 8 12 5 13 18 8 8 16 3 3 6 11 30 41 10 7 17 1 2 3 7 18 25 9 17 26 0 1 1 6 10 16 11 18 29 15 13 28 92 148 240 71 134 205

0.7 1.7 2.6 2.3 1.2 5.9 2.4 1.5 3.6 3.7 0.3 2.3 4.1

pf dq

1 19 10 5 2 13 11 0 12 14 1 14 22

34.3 124 29.3 96

Opponent SOUTHWESTERN ADVENTIST OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE vs McMurry vs Bacone College at Texas A&M-Kingsville at Incarnate Word at West Texas A&M ENMU

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

a

0 20 36 7 0 12 4 0 8 8 0 9 5

1 109 - 96

W W L W L L L

to blk stl

pts

1 0 0 6 20 2 6 58 20 1 13 95 6 3 1 33 3 0 0 12 14 5 7 45 3 1 1 18 0 0 2 12 3 7 3 49 8 1 3 39 1 0 0 4 4 0 3 38 12 2 2 48 2 97 22 41 457 71 11 40 447 Score 77-49 94-75 56-76 75-60 48-56 69-74 38-57

avg

2.0 8.3 13.6 4.7 2.4 6.4 2.6 6.0 7.0 5.6 1.0 5.4 6.9 65.3 63.9

Att. 459 1194 111 55 555 227 612

* - Conference game

Totals 457 447 Cameron Athletics Hall of Fame Head Coach Lonnie Nichols returned to the bench for the first time in over 30 years to coach the Aggie Alumni on Nov. 10.

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2012-13 Cameron Aggies Men’s Basketball Roster

#1 Djuro Majstorovic G | 6-2 | R-SO Belgrade, Serbia

#2 Tim Johnson G | 6-1 | JR

#3 Craig Foster G | 5-11 | JR

#4 Asaad Robinson G | 6-4 | JR

#13 Jonathan Patino G | 6-3 | JR

#20 Trevor Smith g | 6-4 | R-JR

Chicago, Illinois

Randlett, Oklahoma

#22 Warren Chapman G | 6-3 | JR.

#24 Aaron Thompson #25 Rudy Harrell F | 6-9 | JR f | 6-7 | SR

#30 DuMone Leatherwood F | 6-8 | JR Washington, D.C.

#33 Kimric Dixon G | 6-4 | JR

Wade Alexander Head Coach 5th Year

Compton, Calif.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Nate Gamet Assistant Coach 5th year

Lawton, Oklahoma

Augusta, Georgia

#40 Andrew Thomas F | 6-7 | SR Clarendon, Texas

Detroit, Michigan

#5 Andrew (Grenada) Thomas F | 6-6 | SO Windsor Forest, St. David’s

Burkbrurnett, Texas

Monticello, Arkansas

Desmond Henry G | 6-4 | R-JR

Devon Crabtree G | 6-3 | SR

Dallas, Texas

Chanute, Kansas

THE BREAKDOWN: By Class Seniors...................................................................3 Juniors ...............................................................10 Sophomores........................................................2 Redshirts..............................................................4 Freshman ............................................................1 Returners............................................................8 THE BREAKDOWN: United States Arkansas...............................................................1 California...........................................................1 Georgia.................................................................1 Illinois..................................................................1 Kansas.....................................................................1 Louisiana..............................................................1 Michigan.............................................................1 Nevada...................................................................1 Oklahoma............................................................2 Texas.......................................................................3 Washington D.C..............................................1 THE BREAKDOWN: BY COUNTRY United States .................................................14 Grenada................................................................1 Serbia.......................................................................1

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Cameron Aggies Men’s Basketball Career Highs Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points...........8 (1/24/12 vs. Bacone College) Rebounds....3 (1/23/12 vs. Bacone College) Assists...........1 (1/24/12 vs. Bacone College) Blocks..........,1 (1/24/12 vs. Bacone College) . Steals.............1 (1/23/12 vs. Bacone College) Minutes........16 (1/23/12 vs. Bacone College)

#1 Djuro Majstorovic

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points..........14 (2/3/11 at Southwestern Okla.) Rebounds....8 (12/1/12 at Incarnate Word) Assists...........4 (11/20/12 vs. OK Panhandle) Blocks...........1 (1/23/12 vs. Bacone College) Steals.............3 (2/14/11 vs. East Central) Minutes........37 (1/29/11 vs. TX A&M-Commerce)

#13 Jonathan Patino

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points..........15 (12/1/12 at Incarnate Word) Rebounds....4 (12/1/12 at Incarnate Word) Assists...........4 (11/29/12 at A&M Kingsville) Blocks...........1 (last 12/8/12 at West Texas A&M) Steals.............3 (11/29/12 at A&M Kingsville) Minutes.......32 (12/1/12 at Incarnate Word)

#2 Tim Johnson

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points..........6 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Rebounds...9 (2/25/12 vs. West Texas A&M) Assists..........2 (2/9/12 at Texas A&M-Kingsville) Blocks.........1 (2/22/12 at Eastern New Mexico) Steals...........1 (2/22/12 at Eastern New Mexico) Minutes......32 (2/25/12 vs. West Texas A&M)

#20 Trevor Smith

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Opponent, Date Points..........25 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Rebounds...6 (3/2/12 vs. Midwestern State) Assists..........10 (11/20/12 vs. OK Panhandle) Blocks..........1 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Steals............4 (11/20/12 vs. OK Panhandle) Minutes.......37 (12/8/12 at West Texas A&M)

#3 Craig Foster

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points...........9 (11/23/12 vs. McMurry) Rebounds....2 (11/23/12 vs. McMurry) Assists........... Blocks........... Steals............2 (12/8/12 at West Texas A&M) Minutes.......15 (12/8/12 at West Texas A&M)

#22 Warren Chapman

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points...........15 (11/20/12 vs. OK Panhandle) Rebounds....7 (11/20/12 vs. OK Panhandle) Assists...........4 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist) Blocks...........1 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist) Steals............1 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist) Minutes.......27 (11/20/12 vs. OK Panhandle)

#4 Asaad Robinson

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points...........15 (11/20/12 vs. OK Panhandle) Rebounds....11 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist) Assists...........2 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist) Blocks...........2 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Steals.............1 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Minutes.......26 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist)

#24 Aaron Thompson

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Opponent, Date Points...........8 (1/23/12 vs. Bacone College) Rebounds....4 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist) Assists .......... Blocks...........1 (2/1/12 at Angelo State) Steals............. Minutes........15 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist)

#5 Andrew (Grenada) Thomas

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Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points...........13 (11/20/12 vs. OK Panhandle) Rebounds....6 (11/23/12 vs. McMurry) Assists...........2 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist) Blocks...........1 (12/8/12 at West Texas A&M) Steals.............2 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Minutes.......22 (11/20/12 vs. OK Panhandle)

#25 Rudy Harrell

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2012-13 Men’s Basketball Career Highs Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points...........4 (11/11/12 vs. Sw Adventist) Rebounds....1 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Assists........... Blocks........... Steals............ Minutes.......6 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone)

#30 DuMone Leatherwood Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points...........14 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Rebounds....4 (11/29/12 at A&M Kingsville) Assists...........4 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Blocks........... Steals............2 (12/8/12 at West Texas A&M) Minutes.......28 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone)

#33 kimric Dixon

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points..........26 (2/29/12 vs. Incarnate Word) Rebounds...11 (1/21/12 vs. Midwestern State) Assists...........4 (11/12/11 at Panhandle State) Blocks..........1 (2/11/12 at Incarnate Word) Steals............4 (2/5/11 vs. Southwestern Okla.) Minutes.......36 (2/22/12 at Eastern New Mexico)

Desmond Henry Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points..........21 (11/19/11 vs. Central Okla.) Rebounds...7 (11/12/11 at Panhandle State) Assists..........2 (11/18/11 vs. Washburn) Blocks: N/A Steals............2 (2/11/12 at Incarnate Word) Minutes......30 (11/30/11 at Tarleton)

Devon Crabtree

Cameron Career Highs Category No. Date Opponent Points..........16 (2/4/12 vs. Abilene Christian) Rebounds...10 (12/17/11 vs. Incarnate Word) Assists...........3 (11/24/12 vs. Bacone) Blocks...........2 (1/18/12 at Midwestern State) Steals.............3 (3/2/12 vs. Midwestern State) Minutes........36 (2/29/12) vs. Incarnate Word)

#40 Andrew “Big Country” Thomas

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