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TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 2012-13 Schedule......................................................................................................2 Pac-12 Conference.....................................................................................................3 2012-13 Roster............................................................................................................4

Individual Highs.................................................................................................62-63 Box Scores............................................................................................................64-71 Conference Review................................................................................................. 72

Matthew Knight Arena History and Arena Facts.......................................................................................6-8

The History 1,000-Point Club................................................................................................74-77 Scoring Leaders........................................................................................................ 78 Top 10 Scorers.......................................................................................................... 79 Top 10 Statistical Leaders...............................................................................80-83 Oregon School Records........................................................................................ 84 All-Americans............................................................................................................ 85 Award Winners......................................................................................................... 86 UO’s NCAA Tournament History......................................................................... 87 UO’s NCAA Tournament Records....................................................................... 88 Tall Firs - First NCAA Champions........................................................................ 89 All-Time NCAA Champions.................................................................................. 90 Oregon Year-by-Year Stats..............................................................................91-92 Opponent Year-by-Year Stats........................................................................93-94 All-time Starting Lineups...................................................................................... 95 UO Team Awards...............................................................................................96-97 All-time Letterwinners.....................................................................................98-99 Jersey Numbers.............................................................................................100-102 Year-by-Year Results....................................................................................103-113 Miscellaneous Tournaments..............................................................................114 Oregon Coaching History...................................................................................115 Miscellaneous Records........................................................................................116 Far West Classic Results / Records..........................................................117-120 McArthur Court Info / Records.........................................................................121 McArthur Court Milestones / Results.............................................................122 All-time Opponent Series Histories.......................................................123-124 Pac-10 Series Histories (by team)...........................................................125-130

The Players Carlos Emory.......................................................................................................10-11 Arsalan Kazemi...................................................................................................12-13 E.J. Singler............................................................................................................14-15 Tony Woods.........................................................................................................16-17 Waverly Austin....................................................................................................18-19 Colton Baker........................................................................................................20-21 Johnathan Loyd.................................................................................................22-23 Nicholas Lucenti................................................................................................24-25 Austin Kuemper.................................................................................................26-27 Arik Armstead.....................................................................................................28-29 Dominic Artis......................................................................................................30-31 Ben Carter............................................................................................................32-33 Damyean Dotson...............................................................................................34-35 Willie Moore........................................................................................................36-37 Fred Richardson III.............................................................................................38-39 Roster Breakdown................................................................................................... 40 The Coaches / Staff Dana Altman, Head Coach.............................................................................42-45 Kevin McKenna, Assistant Coach....................................................................... 46 Brian Fish, Assistant Coach................................................................................... 47 Tony Stubblefield, Assistant Coach................................................................... 48 Josh Jamieson, Director of Operations............................................................ 49 Clay Jamieson, Athletic Trainer........................................................................... 49 Bryce Daub, Strength & Conditioning............................................................. 49 Basketball Support Staff....................................................................................... 50 2011-12 Season Review Season Review....................................................................................................52-57 Season Results.......................................................................................................... 58 Season Box Scores................................................................................................... 59 Game-by-Game Stats............................................................................................. 60 Team Highs/Lows.................................................................................................... 61

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON QUICK FACTS

Name..........................................................................................University of Oregon Location..................................................................................................... Eugene, Ore. Founded.................................................................................................................... 1876 Enrollment.............................................................................................................24,000 Nickname................................................................................................................Ducks Colors..........................................................Thunder Green and Lightning Yellow President................................................................................... Michael Gottfredson Athletic Director......................................................................................Rob Mullens Faculty Representative....................................................................James O’Fallon Facility...................................................................Matthew Knight Arena (12,369) Main athletic dept. phone.................................................................541.346.4481 Ticket office phone...............................................................................541.346.4461

Basketball History First year of basketball......................................................... 1902-03 (110th year) All-time basketball record.....................................................................1,477-1,296 All-time postseason record...............................................................................37-23 NCAA Tournament.............................................................. 10 appearances (12-9) *‘39, ‘45, ‘60, ‘61, ‘95, ‘00, ‘02, ‘03, ‘07, ‘08 NIT...........................................................................................10 appearances (11-10) ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘84, ‘88, ‘90, ‘97, ‘99, ‘04, ‘12 CBI.............................................................................................. One appearance (5-1) ‘11 *National Champions Credits The 2012-13 Oregon Men’s Basketball Yearbook was produced by the office of Athletic Communications. Editorial and graphic design assistance by Ana Proehl. Photography by Eric Evans, Geoff Thurner and Zac Hardy.

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2012-13 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT Oct 29 Concordia (Ex.) Nov 05 SW Oklahoma State (Ex.) Nov 10 Northern Arizona # Nov 12 Portland State Nov 16 Vanderbilt Nov 19 Jacksonville State # Nov 23 Nevada-Las Vegas # Nov 24 Cincinnati or Iowa State # Nov 29 Texas-San Antonio Dec 01 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Dec 08 Idaho State Dec 15 Nebraska Dec 19 Texas-El Paso Dec 22 Houston Baptist Dec 31 Nevada Jan 06 Oregon State * Jan 10 Arizona * Jan 13 Arizona State * Jan 17 USC * Jan 19 UCLA * Jan 23 Washington State * Jan 26 Washington * Jan 30 Stanford * Feb 02 California * Feb 07 Colorado * Feb 09 Utah * Feb 13 Washington * Feb 16 Washington State * Feb 21 California * Feb 23 Stanford * Feb 28 Oregon State * Mar 07 Colorado * Mar 09 Utah * Mar 13 Pac-12 Tournament $

LOCATION Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. at Las Vegas, Nev. at Las Vegas, Nev. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. at El Paso, Texas Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. at Corvallis, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. at Los Angeles, Calif. at Los Angeles, Calif. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. at Stanford, Calif. at Berkeley, Calif. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. at Seattle, Wash. at Pullman, Wash. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. at Boulder, Colo. at Salt Lake City, Utah Las Vegas, Nev.

TIP-TIME 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. TBA 7:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 11:30 a.m. TBA

Home games in bold # - Global Sports Classic * - Pac-12 Conference game $ - Pac-12 Tournament All times Pacific

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PAC-12 CONFERENCE PAC-12 CONFERENCE

ARIZONA Location: Tucson, Ariz. Web: arizonawildcats.com

1350 Treat Boulevard, Suite 500 • Walnut Creek, CA 94597 8853 Phone: 925-932-4411 • FAX 925-932-4601 • www.pac-12.org Larry Scott, Commissioner Dave Hirsch, Vice President - Communications Duane Lindberg, Associate Commissioner - Television Ed Rush, Coordinator of MBB Officiating

ARIZONA ST. Location: Tempe, Ariz. Web: thesundevils.com

CALIFORNIA Location: Berkeley, Calif. Web: calbears.com

COLORADO Location: Boulder, Colo. Web: cubuffs.com

OREGON Location: Eugene, Ore. Web: goducks.com

OREGON ST. Location: Corvallis, Ore. Web: osubeavers.com

STANFORD Location: Stanford, Calif. Web: gostanford.com

UCLA Location: Los Angeles Web: uclabruins.com

USC Location: Los Angeles Web: usctrojans.com

UTAH Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Web: utahutes.com

WASHINGTON Location: Seattle, Wash. Web: gohuskies.com

WASHINGTON ST. Location: Pullman, Wash. Web: wsucougars.com

Built on a firm foundation of academic excellence and superior athletic performance, the Conference ushered in a new era on July 1, 2011, officially becoming the Pac-12 Conference with the additions of the University of Colorado and University of Utah. Just 27 days after the Conference officially changed its named, Commissioner Larry Scott announced the creation of the Pac-12 Networks on July 27, 2011, solidifying a landmark television deal and putting the Conference on the forefront. The Networks, including one national network and six regional networks, in conjunction with four of the nation’s largest cable operators, marked the first time a U.S. collegiate conference or any other programmer has launched a collection of networks across a variety of platforms, rather than a sole network. In addition, the “TV everywhere” rights will allow fans to access coverage outside the home on any digital device, including smartphones and tablet computers. On the field, the Pac-12 rises above the rest, upholding its tradition as the “Conference of Champions”®, claiming an incredible 119 NCAA team titles since 1999-2000, including nine in 2011-12. That is an average of over nine championships per academic year. Even more impressive has been the breadth of the Pac-12’s success, with championships coming in 28 different men’s and women’s sports. The Pac-12 has led or tied the nation in NCAA Championships in 46 of the last 52 years. The only exceptions being in 1980-81, 1988-89, 199091 and 1995-96 when the Conference finished second, and only twice finished third (1998-99 and 2004-05). For the seventh-consecutive year, the Pac-12 had the most NCAA titles or tied for the most of any conference in the country, winning at least six every year since 2000-01. No other conference has won double-digit NCAA crowns in a single year, the Pac-12 doing so six times, including a record 14 in 1996-97. Spanning nearly a century of outstanding athletics achievements, the Pac-12 was the first conference to reach 400 championships in 2010-11. With the inclusion of Colorado and Utah, the Conference surpassed another major milestone, with league teams capturing 450 titles, outdistancing the next conference by nearly 200. In all, Conference teams have won 451 NCAA Championships (306 men’s, 145 women’s). The Conference’s reputation is further proven in the annual Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup competition, the prestigious award that honors the best overall collegiate athletics programs in the country. STANFORD continued its remarkable run and won its unprecedented 18th-consecutive Directors’ Cup in 2011-12. For the second-straight year, six of the top 25 Division I programs were Pac-12 member institutions: No. 1 STANFORD, No. 3 UCLA, No. 7 USC, No. 11 CALIFORNIA, No. 19 ARIZONA and No. 24 OREGON. With three teams in the top 10, it was the most of any conference. The new era of the Pac-12 Conference and 2011-12 campaign kicked off with the Conference’s first-ever Pac-12 Football Championship game, pitting OREGON for the North Division and UCLA from the South Division. The Ducks won the inaugural championship game, 49-31, in front of a sold-out stadium (59,376) in Eugene, Ore. The Conference’s nine national titles came in the form of five women’s and four men’s crowns. Six different league schools claimed NCAA titles and, of the !ve NCAA institutions to have won multiples titles, three were from the Pac-12. CALIFORNIA, STANFORD and USC each won two NCAA Championships. Arguably the best women’s volleyball conference in the country, UCLA brought home the national title, the Pac-12‘s first in the sport in six years. OREGON also continued its remarkable streak in women’s indoor track, winning a thirdstraight crown. And ARIZONA won its first baseball crown in over a quarter century as it claimed the Conference’s ninth of the year.

In addition to the nine national championships, the Pac12 also had runners-up in eight NCAA Championship events: women’s volleyball (USC), cross country (WASHINGTON), men’s water polo (UCLA), skiing (UTAH), women’s tennis (UCLA), women’s track & field (OREGON), men’s volleyball (USC) and women’s water polo (USC). Overall, the Conference had 39 teams finish in the top four at 25 NCAA Championship events. Participation in the postseason was a common occurrence for the Pac-12 in 2011-12. Of the 22 sports sponsored by the Conference, 14 witnessed at least half its teams participating in NCAA or other postseason action. The men sent 53 of a possible 101 teams into the postseason (52.4 percent), while the women sent 67 of a possible 113 teams (59.3 percent). The Conference experienced continued success in football as the league sent two teams to BCS Bowl games for the second-straight year. Overall, seven teams went to bowls games. OREGON claimed its 10th Pac-12 crown in the sport, winning the Conference’s first-ever Football Championship Game, and claimed a spot in the Rose Bowl. Meanwhile, STANFORD (Tostitos Fiesta Bowl), ARIZONA STATE (MAACO Las Vegas Bowl), CALIFORNIA (Holiday Bowl), WASHINGTON (Valero Alamo Bowl), UTAH (Hyundai Sun Bowl) and UCLA (Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl) also earned bowl bids. Oregon and Stanford were ranked in the top-5 of the Associated Press’ poll at season’s end, finishing fourth and fifth, respectively. Conference newcomer COLORADO won the Pac-12 Tournament men’s basketball title and was joined by CALIFORNIA in the NCAA Tournament. Regular-season champion WASHINGTON and STANFORD headed to the NIT where the Cardinal put together an impressive run that resulted in the Pac-12’s sixth-ever NIT title. The Huskies advanced to New York City, but fell in the semifinals. The Conference’s 10-3 record in NIT play were the most wins ever by Pac-12 teams in the nation’s oldest tournament. WASHINGTON STATE narrowly missed out on becoming the third Pac-12 team in four years to capture a postseason title in the College Basketball Invitational (CBI), advancing to the championship series before falling, two games to one. On the women’s side, two teams competed in the NCAA Tournament and five others competed in the WNIT. STANFORD made its fifth-consecutive NCAA Women’s Final Four appearance after winning its sixth-straight Pac-12 Tournament crown. CALIFORNIA made a return to the postseason after a two-year absence. With COLORADO and WASHINGTON advancing the furthest in the WNIT, Pac-12 teams went 12-4 in the postseason in games against non-Conference opponents. The Conference has dominated the volleyball field, winning a record 14 NCAA titles in the sport since 1982. UCLA captured its first NCAA title since 1991, while USC advanced to the national semifinals for the second-straight year. Seven Pac-12 teams earned postseason bids, the 12th-consecutive year the Conference has sent at least six teams to the NCAA Tournament. ARIZONA won the Conference’s 27th all-time NCAA baseball championship in 2012, becoming only the second team in NCAA history to go 10-0 in postseason play. Five Pac-12 teams received NCAA Tournament bids, with UCLA joining the Wildcats at the NCAA College World Series. In addition, OREGON and STANFORD reached the Super Regionals, and OREGON STATE also represented the Conference in the postseason event. Without question, the Conference has dominated the softball field, winning 23 national championships in the sport since 1982, most recently capturing six in a row from 2006-11. Eight Pac-12 teams earned NCAA Tournament bids in 2012, including the No. 1-overall seed CALIFORNIA. The eight postseason teams were the most for the Conference since 2007. Cal, ARIZONA STATE and OREGON punched their tickets to the NCAA Women’s College World Series, the ninth time the Conference had sent three teams to the WCWS.

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2012-13 ROSTER NO. NAME

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POS.

HT.

WT.

CL-EX

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE)

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Arik Armstead

F

6-8

280

Fr. – HS

Sacramento, Calif. (Pleasant Grove HS)

1

Dominic Artis

G

6-1

185

Fr. – HS

Oakland, Calif. (Findlay Prep)

4

Nicholas Lucenti

G

6-2

197

Jr. – 2V

Los Angeles, Calif. (Loyola HS)

5

Fred Richardson III

G

6-4

202

Fr. – HS

Houston, Tex. (Clear Brook HS)

10

Johnathan Loyd

G

5-8

165

Jr. – 2V

Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman HS)

12

Coleton Baker

G

6-3

200

Jr. – TR

Roseburg, Ore. (Umpqua CC)

14

Arsalan Kazemi

F

6-7

226

Sr. – TR

Esfahan, Iran (Rice)

20

Waverly Austin

C

6-11

270

Jr. – TR

Fredricksburg, Va. (Palm Beach St. College)

21

Damyean Dotson

G

6-5

202

Fr. – HS

Houston, Tex. (Yates HS)

24

Willie Moore

G

6-3

199

Fr. – HS

Cincinnati, Ohio (Aiken HS)

25

E.J. Singler

F

6-6

215

Sr. – 3V

Medford, Ore. (South Medford HS)

32

Ben Carter

F

6-8

219

Fr. – HS

Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman HS)

33

Carlos Emory

F

6-5

205

Sr. – 1V

Bloomington, Minn. (Howard College)

40

Austin Kuemper

C

6-9

225

RFr. – HS

Portland, Ore. (Westview HS)

55

Tony Woods

C

6-11

243

Sr. – 1V

Rome, Ga. (Wake Forest)

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