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BARNES PE CENTER HOME OF THE SCOTS Barnes Physical Education Center was built in 1972 and named in honor of Covenant’s second president, Dr. Marion D. Barnes. The facility plays host to the Scots’ basketball and volleyball programs as well as other athletic departmenr needs. During the summer of 2013, Barnes PE Center received a facelift with new interior paint jobs and championship banners honoring all 13 of Covenant’s athletic programs. New bleachers were installed in October of 2013 to update the facility further. Seating capacity is set at 650. The main floor houses the game court to go along with offices for athletic administration. On the first floor are located an aerobic exercise room, weight room and more office space. The third floor has additional coaches and faculty offices and a classroom. Although a small venue, Barnes can become loud and raucous as spectators sit close to the action. In 2012-13, the Scots men’s basketball team used their home-court advantage to secure a 9-3 home record.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Barnes PE Center Administrative Staff

IFC 5

Memberships 6 Head Coach

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Assistant Coaches

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2013-14 Season Preview

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ON THE COVER (L-R) Juniors Nate Frierson and Colton McGriff. (design by Andrew Mindeman, photos by Covenant Sports Info and Covenant Communications)

CREDITS Layout design by Tad Evearitt Written by Andrew Mindeman, and Covenant Sports Info Photos by Covenant Sports Info, and Covenant Communications Dept.

Players 16 2012-13 Season In-Review 32 Connect with the Scots

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Compliance 35 2013-14 Schedule Back Cover

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Brad Voyles

Kyle Taylor

President

V.P. for Student Development

Director of Athletics

Tim Sceggel

Mark Duble

Meredith Atwood

Associate Director of Athletics

Assistant Director of Athletics

SWA/ Head Athletic Trainer

Brad Clark

Rodney Miller

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Faculty Athletics Representative

Andrew Mindeman Sports Information Director

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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Dr. J. Derek Halvorson

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NCAA DIVISION III

MEMBERSHIPS

In 2013, Covenant became full members of the NCAA Division III following a four year transitional period from 2009-2013. The largest division, in terms of number of schools and number of participants, is Division III comprised by more than 170,000 student-athletes at 444 mostly smaller institutions. Academics are the primary focus for Division III student-athletes. The division minimizes the conflicts between athletics and academics and keeps student-athletes on a path to graduation through shorter practice and playing seasons, the number of contests, no redshirting and regional competition that reduces time away from academic studies. Student-athletes are integrated on campus and treated like all other members of the general student-body, keeping them focused on being a student first. The college experience is a time of learning and growth — a chance to follow passions and develop potential. For student-athletes in Division III, all of this happens most importantly in the classroom and through earning an academic degree. The Division III experience provides for passionate participation in a competitive athletic environment, in which student-athletes push themselves to excellence and build upon their academic success with new challenges and life skills. And student-athletes are encouraged to pursue their full passions and find their potential through a comprehensive educational experience. The Three D’s: Discover Division III student-athletes are encouraged to pursue their interests and passions beyond the classroom and field of play…to discover themselves. Develop Division III institutions provide an environment that encourages student-athletes to develop into well-rounded adults. Small class sizes, the ability to participate in more than one sport, and an emphasis on participating activities outside of the classroom are all hallmarks of the Division III experience. Dedicate Division III institutions expect student-athletes to dedicate themselves to achieving their potential. Studentathletes must manage their busy schedules, keep up with class work and face the same challenges as the rest of the student-body.

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MEMBERSHIPS

In 2013, Covenant became members of the USA South Athletic Conference. The conference is comprised of schools from Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia. All told, the USA South has 13 full-fledged members along with two associate members (one in women’s lacrosse and one in football). In volleyball and women’s basketball, the conference is split into two divisions (North and South). Covenant plays in the South division in those sports with Huntingdon, LaGrange, Maryville and Piedmont. With the exception of cross country, the top eight teams in the conference regular season standings advance to participate in the conference tournament. For those sports with Division standings, the top three from the South and top five from the North advance to the conference tournament. Full Conference Members: Averett University (Danville, Va.) Covenant College (Lookout Mountain, Ga.) Ferrum College (Ferrum, Va.) Greensboro College (Greensboro, N.C.) Huntingdon College (Montgomery, Ala.) LaGrange College (LaGrange, Ga.) Mary Baldwin College (Staunton, Va.) Maryville College (Maryville, Tenn.) Meredith College (Raleigh, N.C.) Methodist University (Fayetteville, N.C.) North Carolina Wesleyan College (Rocky Mount, N.C.) Piedmont College (Demorest, Ga.) William Peace University (Raleigh, N.C.)

Conference Administration Commissioner: Rita Wiggs President: Jackie Myers Asst. Commissioner: Mike Christie

Associate Members: Agnes Scott College (Decatur, Ga.) - Women’s Lacrosse Christopher Newport University (Newport News, Va.) - Football

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Kyle Taylor HEAD COACH

Head Coach

Kyle Taylor will enter his fifth year at the helm of the men’s basketball program in 2013-14. Taylor is also in his first full year of serving as the school’s Director of Athletics. During his first four years, Taylor has increased the win total each year and is steadily building Covenant into a quality basketball program on the court. In 2012-13, the Scots registered their first winning season in 14 years (1998-99) with a 13-11 overall mark. Taylor is encouraged by the improvements he has seen in the program each year. He is insistent about changing the culture of the program and focused on developing his guys into godly men on and off the court. Meekness, Servanthood, Accountability, Discipline, and Passion are the core values Taylor has implemented for the men’s basketball program over the past four years. He feels blessed by the opportunities he has had to communicate with some great recruits and enjoyed the opportunity to coach many of them. On the court, Taylor is committed to working toward developing a team that is a successful regional power each year. He is passionate about coaching a team that is exciting to watch, competitive, disciplined, up tempo offensively, and great in transition play. The men’s basketball program is committed first to developing players that represent Christ on and off the court. As young men who will graduate and go into all kinds of disciplines, the coaching staff believes it is important that players learn to represent Christ, Covenant College, their academics, and their families with class. The basketball program at Covenant is therefore both a place to understand how to play competitive basketball for the glory of God and also develop into godly men who will continue to be used for Kingdom work upon graduating. An important part of the basketball program during Taylor’s time at Covenant has been the opportunity to travel on missions trips in order to use basketball as a tool for sharing the Gospel with others. In May 2011, Taylor took his team to Greece, and in August 2012, several of his players traveled to Newark, New Jersey to conduct basketball clinics and share the Gospel. The team also took a missions trip to Costa Rica in December 2012. Taylor is a native of Salinas, Calif. He graduated from UCLA in 2005 with a double major in Business/Economics and Political Science. He received his M.S. in Health and Physical Education from Northwest Missouri State in 2008.

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SCOTS Kyle and his lovely wife Shannon have two children (Kade and Quinn), and reside on Lookout Mountain. They are members at Rock Creek Fellowship.

HEAD COACH

Coaching Record Year College Record 2009-10 Covenant 3-22 2010-11 Covenant 6-21 2011-12 Covenant 8-18 2012-13 Covenant 13-11 Total: 30 wins, 72 losses in four seasons

Contact Information Education e-mail Alma Mater: UCLA (‘05) kyle.taylor@covenant.edu (B.A.) Business/Economics, Political Science office phone (M.S.) Physical Education - NW Missouri St. (‘08) 706.419.1516

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ASSISTANT COACHES

BRIAN MILLAR

Full-time Assistant & Head JV Coach Brian Millar will enter his second season as head coach Kyle Taylor’s top assistant in 2013-14. Millar arrived at Covenant for the 2012-13 season having spent six seasons at Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, Calif., where he served as an assistant coach, video coordinator and strength and conditioning coordinator to the boy’s basketball team. In 2010 Millar helped lead Oaks Christian to a C.I.F. Division IV Championship. Millar also served as a physical education instructor at Oaks Christian School and Calvary Christian School, where he designed weight rooms, taught classes, and developed training programs for the two schools’ athletes and students. He also served as the athletic director for Calvary Christian from 2006-10. In addition to his coaching duties, Millar is the Strength & Conditioning Director at Covenant. Millar graduated from Pepperdine with a B.A. in Religion, and holds an M.S. in Physical Education from Azusa Pacific University (Calif.). The California-native also carries certifications in Performance Enhancement and Personal Training from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. This past summer, Millar also added a PTA Global certification. He and his wife, Kristina, have two daughters Kaya (9) and Makena (5), and reside on Lookout Mountain, Ga.

Millar Quick Facts Alma Mater: Pepperdine (‘95) Degree: Religion (B.A.) Graduate School: Azusa Pacific (Calif.) Master’s: Physical Education (M.S.)

Contact Info Office: 706.419.1530 Email: brian.millar@covenant.edu

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James Leithart Student Manager

David Bayly Student Manager

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2013-14 SEASON PREVIEW

Under fifth year head coach Kyle Taylor, the 2013-14 edition of the Covenant men’s basketball team begins the season on Friday night at Berry in the Berry College Classic in Rome, Ga.

On the heels of the first winning season in the program since 1999, the Scots have to fill the shoes of six departing seniors and seven total letterwinners lost. Together, those seven players accounted for 72 percent of the scoring from last year’s successful campaign. Leading the charge this season is junior Colton McGriff. The 6-foot-6 forward from Birmingham, Ala., was the team’s leading scorer a season ago at 11.3 points per game. McGriff was named to the NCCAA Mid-East All-Region team as he scored in double figures 17 times with a season-high 21 coming against Grace Bible in early December. McGriff should have help from teammates Nate Frierson and Chris Boyd. Frierson is the lone returning point guard with significant collegiate experience on this year’s squad. The junior from Laurel, Md., came on late in the 2012-13 season as he scored a career-high 15 points in Covenant’s 69-60 win at Huntingdon that clinched a winning season. “Nate has always been a good player, but will need to shoulder more of the burden of this role as distributor and quarterback,” said Taylor. “He is also one of our best two defenders, so needs to be great guarding on ball. We’ll also ask Nate to score more this year.” Boyd, a sophomore from Detroit, Mich., provides a solid interior presence for the Scots. The 6-foot-6 forward played in all 24 games as a freshman and averaged four points and three rebounds per contest. “With a thin front line, he will need to be consistent and make an impact every night,” noted Taylor. “Chris has improved significantly this year, so I’m looking forward to his impact.” Covenant returns nine letterwinners from a season ago, but just two starters in McGriff and Frierson. Taylor and assistant coach Brian Millar gathered in a strong recruiting class with players looking to make an immediate impact. Highlighting the incoming freshmen class is Coral Springs, Fla., product Robby Bell. Bell, who stands at 6-foot-3, had an outstanding high school career as he went 71-20 in three seasons as a varsity starter and holds the school record for free throw percentage and is second in 3-pointers made. In addition to Bell, Taylor also sees potential from Z Arima (Herriman, Utah), Ben Phelps (Asheville, N.C.) and Will Portlock (Winter Haven, Fla.). According to Taylor, Arima should be the backup point guard and is a solid defender and outside shooter. Phelps can also shoot the 3 with accuracy, and Portlock is a bigger guard (6-foot-3) who can score, rebound and defend.

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Covenant was picked to finish seventh in the USA South preseason coaches’ poll in the 11-team conference. Even with that initial ranking, Taylor is optimistic about his team and where they stand within the league. “I think the conference is wide open. The top seven teams are all good (nobody is great), and all those games are winnable for us,” remarked Taylor. “It’ll be a really fun year because every night will be a dogfight between two good teams. There are not many cupcakes on the schedule in conference play, but also not many games that you look at and say ‘how can we win?’” Taylor’s goals for his team this season include winning 17 games, breaking into the top four of the league standings and winning a conference tournament game. Covenant has not had consecutive winning seasons since late in the 1980s when Gene Fitzgerald was the head coach and put together four straight winning years, the most in program history. Taylor continued, “I’m really excited about this season and this group. We need to continue to improve on last year’s winning season. Stay humble, stay hungry.” Covenant’s first home game is schedule for Wednesday, November 20 against Sewanee at 7:30 p.m.

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PLAYERS


2013-14 ROSTER

ROSTER

No. Name Year Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School

0 Jared Pearlman FR W/F 6’6” 190 Fort Myers, FL/Evangelical Christian 1 Nate Frierson JR PG 5’9” 160 Laurel, MD/Chapelgate Christian 2 Micah Turner SO G 5’10” 165 Snellville, GA/Covenant Christian 3 Will Portlock FR PG 6’2” 165 Winter Haven, FL/Lakeland Christian 4 Jake DeLaney JR G 5’11” 170 Birmingham, AL/Oak Mountain 10 Ben Phelps FR G 5’9” 150 Asheville, NC/Asheville Christian 11 Jay Zeigler JR PG 5’9” 155 Columbus, GA/Shaw 12 Ryan Burns JR G 6’1” 180 Niceville, FL/Rocky Bayou Christian 14 Z Arima FR PG 6’0” 165 Herriman, UT/Herriman 15 Matt den Dulk SO W 6’3” 185 Grand Rapids, MI/NorthPointe Christian 22 Chris Boyd SO F/C 6’6” 205 Detroit, MI/Cherokee (GA) 24 Teron Ferguson JR W 6’1” 193 Nassau, Bahamas/Coral Springs Christian (FL) 25 Luke Gleason FR G 6’0” 175 Tucson, AZ/Desert Christian 30 Robby Bell FR W 6’3” 180 Coral Springs, FL/Coral Springs Christian 32 Colton McGriff JR W/F 6’6” 215 Birmingham, AL/Oak Mountain 52 Bryant Engbers JR F/C 6’6” -- Sioux Falls, SD/Sioux Falls Christian Head Coach: Kyle Taylor (5th Year, 30-72; UCLA ‘05) Assistant Coach: Brian Millar (2nd Year; Pepperdine ‘95) Student Managers: James Leithart (1st Year) David Bayly (1st Year)

ROSTER FACTS

Seniors: 0 Juniors: 7 Sophomores: 3 Freshmen: 6 Retuning Letterwinners: 9 Returning Starters: 2 Most Popular Home State: Florida (4)

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Alphabetical Roster (last name) 14 30 22 12 4 15 52 24 1 25 32 0 10 3 2 11

Arima, Z Bell, Robby Boyd, Chris Burns, Ryan DeLaney, Jake den Dulk, Matt Engbers, Bryant Ferguson, Teron Frierson, Nate Gleason, Luke McGriff, Colton Pearlman, Jared Phelps, Ben Portlock, Will Turner, Micah Zeigler, Jay

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COLTON MCGRIFF, Junior W/F • 6’6” • 215 lb. • Birmingham, AL Economics Major

MEET THE SCOTS

2012-13 (Sophomore): Played in all 24 games and made 21 starts… Led the team in scoring with 11.3 points per game… Also grabbed 4.6 rebounds per contest which was second on the team… Scored double figures in 17 games, including the final nine games of the year… Had a season-high 21 points on the strength of a career-high five 3-pointers in a victory over Grace Bible (Mich.) (Dec. 8, 2012)… Named to NCCAA Mid-East All-Region second team and Georgia Basketball Coaches Association (GABCA) second team 2011-12 (Freshman): Played in all 26 contests, starting six… Had 10 games of double-digit points… Had one double-double with a career-high 22 points and 11 rebounds at Maryville (Jan. 11)… Averaged 9.2 points (second on the team), 5.3 rebounds and made 76.2 percent from the free throw line… Led team with 137 rebounds… Named to the Great South Athletic Conference All-Freshman team High School: Attended Oak Mountain High School… Was selected to the All-Area team his senior year… Was Salutatorian of his graduating class and was a National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta member Personal: Born October 28, 1992 in Birmingham, Ala. … Parents are Joel and Laurie McGriff… Has two siblings, Bronson and Kierson… His father Joel played basketball at Chattahoochee Community College, mother Laurie swam for the University of Minnesota… Brother, Bronson, played baseball at Samford University, and grandfather, Bill McGriff, played basketball for Auburn University… Favorite Bible verse is Proverbs 21:31… Majoring Economics… Aspires to continue his basketIndividual Careerin History ball career and start a global business based on serving other people Colton McGriff

Season

2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

26-6 578/22.2 24-21 623/26.0 50-27 1201/24.0

Total fg-fga

80-212 96-243 176-455

pct

.377 .395 .387

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3-Point fg-fga

16-69 27-90 43-159

pct

.232 .300 .270

F-Throws ft-fta pct

64-84 53-69 117-153

.762 .768 .765

off

Rebounds def tot

46 91 33 78 79 169

137 111 248

avg

5.3 4.6 5.0

pf

54 30 84

fo

1 0 1

ast

to

18 56 22 53 40 109

blk

1 1 2

stl

23 30 53

Scoring pts avg

240 9.2 272 11.3 512 10.2

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JAKE DELANEY, Junior G • 5’11” • 170 lb. • Birmingham, AL Interdisciplinary Studies Major

2012-13 (Sophomore): Appeared in 23 games making 11 starts and averaging 13.3 minutes... Set a new career-high with seven points and four rebounds in a victory over Crown (Minn.) (Jan. 2)… Averaged 1.8 points, 0.6 assists and 0.7 steals for the season 2011-12 (Freshman): Played in 18 games… Scored eight points and had two assists in limited action High School: Attended Oak Mountain High School Personal: Born January 18, 1993… Parents are Kevin and Jane DeLaney… Has three siblings: Jess, Jena, and Jilli… Favorite Bible verse is James 1:24… Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies

Individual Career History Jake Delaney Season

2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

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gp-gs

18-0 24-11 42-11

min/avg

72/4.0 315/13.1 387/9.2

Total fg-fga

3-13 17-59 20-72

pct

.231 .288 .278

3-Point fg-fga

1-7 3-18 4-25

pct

.143 .167 .160

F-Throws ft-fta pct

1-2 4-10 5-12

.500 .400 .417

off

0 12 12

Rebounds def tot

6 7 13

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6 19 25

avg

0.3 0.8 0.6

pf

15 25 40

fo

0 0 0

ast

2 13 15

to

13 30 43

blk

0 0 0

stl

4 18 22

Scoring pts avg

8 0.4 41 1.7 49 1.2

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NATE FRIERSON, Junior

PG • 5’9” • 160 lb. • Laurel, MD History Major • Political Science Minor

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2012-13 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 24 games while making 13 starts… Averaged 2.4 points, 1.8 assists and 2.3 rebounds per contest… Scored a career-high 15 points while going 4-of-6 from the field and a perfect 6-of-6 from the free throw line in a 69-60 over Huntingdon that clinched a winning season for the Scots (Feb. 21)… Earned NCCAA Scholar-Athlete honors 2011-12 (Freshman): Played in 26 games, making 10 starts… Averaged 16.2 minutes per game with 2.2 points and 1.1 assists… Had a season-high 10 points on 3-of-5 shooting with five rebounds and three assists against Piedmont (Jan. 25)... Georgia Basketball Coaches Association (GABCA) and Great South All-Academic selection High School: Attended Chapelgate Christian Academy… MIAA undefeated conference champion in 2010 and 2011… Eagle Classic All Tournament Team in 2010… MCST Division I All Tournament Team in 2010 and 2011… Chosen to the MIAA All Conference Team (2010, 2011)… All County Team, Howard County (2011)… Chapelgate Athletic Prize Award (2011)… C. Markland Kelly Athletic Service Award (2011)… Named varsity team-captain his sophomore through senior years… Personal: Born February 23, 1993 in Laurel, Md. … Parents are Frick and Amy Frierson… Has three younger siblings: Gordie, Lydia, and Matthew… Favorite Bible verse is Joshua 24:15… Majoring in History with a minor in Political Science… Wants to pursue working in the government, Individual Career History as a basketball coach, and work with inner-city youth Nate Frierson

Season

2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

gp-gs

26-10 24-13 50-23

min/avg

422/16.2 485/20.2 907/18.1

Total fg-fga

21-55 20-58 41-113

pct

.382 .345 .363

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3-Point fg-fga

6-24 6-22 12-46

pct

.250 .273 .261

F-Throws ft-fta pct

8-11 12-14 20-25

.727 .857 .800

off

1 4 5

Rebounds def tot

36 52 88

37 56 93

avg

1.4 2.3 1.9

pf

23 35 58

fo

1 0 1

ast

29 42 71

to

28 31 59

blk

0 0 0

stl

21 29 50

Scoring pts avg

56 2.2 58 2.4 114 2.3

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BRYANT ENGBERS, Junior F/C • 6’6” • Sioux Falls, SD Business Major • Music Minor

2012-13 (Sophomore): Appeared in 23 games, making one start… Averaged 8.6 minutes per game… Scored 2.1 points per game with 1.8 rebounds… Had six blocked shots for the year… Earned the start against Berry (Nov. 15, 2012) 2011-12 (Freshman): Made six starts and played in 21 games… Scored a career-high 26 points, on 10-of-12 shooting, to go along with seven rebounds against Piedmont (Jan. 25)… Averaged 6.9 points and 3.4 rebounds per game… Scored double figures five times… Georgia Basketball Coaches Association (GABCA) selection High School: Attended Sioux Falls Christian High School Personal: Married to the former Christine Core... Majoring in Business with a minor in Music Individual Career History Bryant Engbers Season

2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

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gp-gs

21-6 23-1 44-7

min/avg

352/16.8 197/8.6 549/12.5

Total fg-fga

54-122 15-41 69-163

pct

.443 .366 .423

3-Point fg-fga

14-39 4-13 18-52

pct

.359 .308 .346

F-Throws ft-fta pct

23-37 15-18 38-55

.622 .833 .691

off

24 18 42

Rebounds def tot

47 24 71

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71 42 113

avg

3.4 1.8 2.6

pf

52 25 77

fo

1 0 1

ast

12 10 22

to

42 25 67

blk

5 6 11

stl

12 3 15

Scoring pts avg

145 6.9 49 2.1 194 4.4

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RYAN BURNS, Junior

G • 6’1” • 180 lb. • Niceville, FL Philosophy Major • Business Minor

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2011-12 (Freshman): Appeared in eight games averaging 0.8 points, 0.3 assists and 0.4 rebounds… Saw a season-high 11 minutes at Florida Christian and had two rebounds and an assist (Jan. 9) High School: Attended Rocky Bayou Christian School… All-County first team, Team MVP, Offensive Player of the Year, Christian Athlete of the Year, member of 1,000 point club… Was a part of the Florida All-State Academic Team… Personal: Born April 14, 1993 in Las Vegas, Nev. … Parents are Debi and Kevin Burns… Has an older sister, Kathryn… Favorite Bible verses are Ephesians 2:1-10 and Romans 12:1-10… Majoring in Philosophy with a minor in Business… Aspires to attend law school or seminary after his time at Covenant with the intention of pursuing a vocation in politics or full-time ministry… Has a deep passion for musical worship. Individual Career History Ryan Burns Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

TOTAL

8-0

45/5.6

2011-12

8-0

45/5.6

3-13

pct

.231

3-Point fg-fga

0-3

.000

3-13

.231

0-3

.000

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pct

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

off

2

2

Rebounds def tot

1

3

1

3

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

0.4

8

0

3

9

0

5

6 0.8

0.4

8

0

3

9

0

5

6 0.8

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TERON FERGUSON, Junior F • 6’1” • 195 lb. • Nassau, Bahamas Business Major

2012-13 (Sophomore): Played in four games before suffering an injury… Played 10 minutes against both Berry (Nov. 15, 2012) and Emory & Henry (Nov. 16, 2012)… Scored four points on the season 2011-12 (Freshman): Appeared in five games averaging four minutes per contest… Scored four points against Roanoke (Dec. 30, 2011) and Rust (Jan. 27)… Was 3-of-6 from the field for the year and averaged 1.6 rebounds per game High School: Attended Coral Springs Christian Academy in Florida… Was a Honor Roll student and a member of the National Honor Society Personal: Born September 28, 1992 in Nassau, Bahamas… His mother is Tremell Smith… Favorite Bible verse is Proverbs 16:33… Majoring in Business… Aspires to be a successful businessman and hopes to open a business in the US or back home in the Bahamas. Individual Career History Teron Ferguson Season

2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

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gp-gs

5-0 4-0 9-0

min/avg

20/4.0 37/9.3 57/6.3

Total fg-fga

3-6 1-4 4-10

pct

.500 .250 .400

3-Point fg-fga

0-0 0-0 0-0

pct

.000 .000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

2-4 2-3 4-7

.500 .667 .571

off

2 0 2

Rebounds def tot

6 2 8

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8 2 10

avg

1.6 0.5 1.1

pf

2 7 9

fo

0 0 0

ast

0 2 2

to

1 3 4

blk

0 1 1

stl

1 2 3

Scoring pts avg

8 1.6 4 1.0 12 1.3

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CHRIS BOYD, Soph.

F/C • 6’6” • 205 lb. • Detroit, MI Interdisciplinary Studies Major

MEET THE SCOTS

2012-13 (Freshman): Saw action in all 24 games and made eight starts... Averaged 4.0 points and 3.0 rebounds while shooting 44.4 percent from the field… Had a season-high 11 points in an NCCAA Mid-East region tournament game against Hiwassee (March 7)… Had five or more rebounds in a game four times High School: Attended Cherokee High School in Georgia… Was selected as team captain Personal: Born December 22, 1993 in Detroit, Mich…. Parents are Danielle Butler and Christopher Boyd Sr… Has a sister, Marcelle Butler… Enjoys all things Detroit… Favorite Bible verse is Deuteronomy 31:6… Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies… Aspires to manage a top corporation of some sort.

Individual Career History Chris Boyd Season

2012-13 TOTAL

gp-gs

24-8 24-8

min/avg

357/14.9 357/14.9

Total fg-fga

40-90 40-90

pct

.444 .444

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3-Point fg-fga

0-0 0-0

pct

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

15-21 15-21

.714 .714

off

20 20

Rebounds def tot

51 51

71 71

avg

3.0 3.0

pf

54 54

fo

3 3

ast

15 15

to

37 37

blk

9 9

stl

6 6

Scoring pts avg

95 4.0 95 4.0

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MICAH TURNER, Soph.

G • 5’10” • 165 lb. • Snellville, GA Interdisciplinary Studies Major

2012-13 (Freshman): Saw playing time in nine games averaging 7.6 minutes per contest… Scored six points on the season… Played a season-high 18 minutes at Emory (Feb. 19)… Tallied 10 rebounds and five assists for the year High School: Attended Covenant Christian Academy… Earned a spot on the Honor Roll for three years… National Honor Society and Beta Club member… Three-sport athlete in football, basketball and baseball… Won four state championships (three in football and one in baseball)… Was named All-State in all three sports… Captain of all three sports… Caught 100 passes for 1110 yards and 18 touchdowns in senior year of football Personal: Born January 12, 1994… Parents are Carson and Anita Turner… Has five siblings: Paul, Rebekah, Joe, Jesse, and John… Favorite bible verse is Proverbs 3:5-6… Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies… Aspires to become an athletic director at the college or high school level while coaching football or basketball… Favorite teams areCareer any teams from Individual History Atlanta… Favorite athlete is NBA player Kyrie Irving Micah Turner

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gp-gs

9-0 9-0

min/avg

68/7.6 68/7.6

Total fg-fga

3-11 3-11

pct

.273 .273

3-Point fg-fga

0-3 0-3

pct

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-2 0-2

.000 .000

off

3 3

Rebounds def tot

7 7

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avg

1.1 1.1

pf

8 8

fo

0 0

ast

5 5

to

7 7

blk

0 0

stl

7 7

Scoring pts avg

6 0.7 6 0.7

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MATT DEN DULK, Soph. F • 6’3” • 185 lb. • Grand Rapids, MI Undeclared Major

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2012-13 (Freshman): Saw playing time in nine game with a season-high 13 minutes against Johnson (Jan. 4)… Scored a season-high four points in a 69-60 win at Huntingdon (Feb. 21) High School: Attended NorthPointe Christian High School Personal: Born December 8, 1993… Parents are CJ and Linda den Dulk… Has four siblings: Jake, David, Lydia, and Rachel… Favorite Bible verse is Psalms 121:1-3… Undeclared major… Favorite team is the Los Angeles Lakers

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2012-13 TOTAL

gp-gs

9-0 9-0

min/avg

32/3.6 32/3.6

Total fg-fga

3-11 3-11

pct

.273 .273

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1-7 1-7

pct

.143 .143

F-Throws ft-fta pct

1-2 1-2

.500 .500

off

0 0

Rebounds def tot

7 7

7 7

avg

0.8 0.8

pf

5 5

fo

0 0

ast

0 0

to

2 2

blk

0 0

stl

0 0

Scoring pts avg

8 0.9 8 0.9

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JAY ZEIGLER, Junior PG • 5’9” • 155 lb. • Columbus, GA Business Major

2011-12 (Freshman): Played in one varsity game and had one steal against Maryville (Feb. 1) High School: Attended Shaw High School Personal: Born May 23, 1992 in Tallahassee, Fla. … Parents are Elyon and Verrester Zeigler… Majoring in Business with Accounting and Marketing concentrations… Aspires to become a marketing director or manager for a Fortune 500 company… Favorite athlete is NBA player Derrick Rose… Favorite team is the Chicago Bulls… Avid sneaker collector

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Z ARIMA, Freshman

PG • 6’0” • 165 lb. • Herriman, UT English Major • Political Science Minor

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High School: Attended Herriman High School… Was All-Region for basketball and baseball, honorable mention for All-State in basketball… 4A Offensive MVP in baseball… Team captain for both baseball and basketball Personal: Born June 17, 1995 in Meridian, Idaho… Parents are Harry and Mary Arima… Has one sibling, Fumio… Favorite bible verse is John 3:16… Majoring in English and History… Aspires to be in politics and to coach baseball and basketball at some point… Favorite baseball team is the Baltimore Orioles and his favorite athlete is Bo Jackson

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ROBBY BELL, Freshman F • 6’3” • 180 lb. • Coral Springs, FL Pre-Engineering Major

High School: Attended Coral Springs Christian… Recorded the best career record of 71-20 at the school… Three-year varsity starter and two-year varsity team captain… 2013 3A State runner-up and 2012 District champions… School’s career leader in free throw percentage, second in 3-pointers made… 2011 Kreul Classic 3-point Shootout champion… Class Valedictorian… Headmaster’s Honor Roll, National Honor Society member… Wendy’s High School Heisman state finalist Personal: Born November 1, 1994 in Coral Springs, Fla. … Parents are Doug and Gwen Bell… Has one sister, Jessica… Favorite bible verse is 1 Corinthians 10:31… Majoring in Pre-Engineering… Plans to move on to Georgia Tech to obtain a degree in Civil Engineering and aspires to work in that career field… Favorite teams are the Miami Heat and Duke Blue Devils… Favorite athletes are NBA player Stephen Curry and NFL player Tim Tebow

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LUKE GLEASON, Freshman G • 6’0” • 175 lb. • Tucson, AZ Undeclared Major

High School: Attended Desert Christian High School… First team All-Conference… Helped team to state quarterfinals in 2013 and semifinals in 2012… Selected to All-Tournament team for the North West Classic… National Honor Society member… Graduated with a 3.96 GPA… Played with the Desert Storm for three years Personal: Born July 2, 1995… Parents are Matt and Brandi Gleason… Has two siblings, Courtenay and John… Father, Matt, played tennis at Claremont… Favorite bible verse is Philippians 4:13… Currently undeclared on a major… Aspires to be a business owner

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JARED PEARLMAN, Freshman

F • 6’6” • 190 lb. • Fort Myers, FL Undeclared Major

High School: Attended Evangelical Christian School… Winter Sports Player of the Year his senior year, News Press Honorable Mention (senior), Southwest Florida Coaches Association All-Star (senior)… Senior Class President Personal: Born August 21, 1994 in Fort Myers, Fla. … Parents are Dennis and Kay Pearlman… Has two siblings, Carson and Logan… Mother, Kay, played collegiately at Phillips University… Favorite bible verse is 2 Timothy 1:7… Undeclared major

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BEN PHELPS, Freshman G • 5’9” • 150 lb. • Asheville, NC Interdisciplinary Studies Major

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High School: Attended Asheville Christian Academy… Reached a career total of 1,300 career points at the high school level… Set school record for most 3-pointers in a career with over 200 in three seasons while shooting 46 percent from the 3-point line Personal: Born November 9, 1993… Parents are Chris and Susie Phelps… Favorite bible verse Philippians 4:13… Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies… Aspires to coach basketball at the collegiate level

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WILL PORTLOCK, Freshman PG • 6’2” • 185 lb. • Winter Haven, FL Undeclared Major

High School: High School: Attended Lakeland Christian School... Helped lead his team to a 17-game winning streak to begin his senior year Personal: Born August 25, 1994 in Winter Haven, Fla. … Parents are Sam and Victoria Portlock… Has three siblings, Sam, Lily, and Ann… Favorite Bible verse is Philippians 2:4… Undeclared major

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For the first time since 1998-99, the Covenant

2012-13 SEASON IN REVIEW

men’s basketball program experienced a winning season. The 2012-13 edition of the Scots gave fans a thrill as the men finished 13-11 overall which included a 9-3 home record. The season got out to a rough start as the Scots lost three of their first four contests, with a win over Emory & Henry in the home opener the lone victory. But Covenant turned it on in December through the middle of January. Consecutive victories over Oglethorpe and Sewanee brought the men to 3-3 as they headed to Michigan for two games. Playing in front of a large contingent of Scots fans in Holland, Mich., home of Hope College, Covenant fell to perennial power Hope before besting Grace Bible (Mich.) in the second game. The team then took a week-long missions trip to Costa Rica. Partnering with the women’s team, players and coaches worked with several local churches, an orphanage, and a widow’s ministry during their stay. The men’s team also had the chance to get in a couple of games as they went 1-1 on the trip. Upon returning to campus, the Scots won their first five games to run their win-streak to six and move to 10-5 on the year. Covenant finished the season with two victories over Huntingdon as they claimed the program’s first winning season in 15 years. Covenant received a four seed in the NCCAA MidEast Region Tournament, but fell in the opening round to close out the season. “We had a great year this year and accomplished our primary goal (a winning record),” said head coach Kyle Taylor, who finished his fourth year at the helm. “I am really proud of how mentally and physically tough we were this year. That was the biggest difference between this year’s team and my previous teams at Covenant, and it made all the difference in the world.” The backbone of the team was its senior class. Six seniors -- Rosbie Mutcherson, Callum Sears, Damien Chaney, Jon DeVries, Sam Bowman, Joey

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Danek, plus assistant coach Peter Wilkerson -played their final games. The group experienced the ups and downs of the program, but the team improved in the win column each of the four years. “I am going to miss our seven seniors (including Wilkerson),” continued Taylor. “They made an incredible mark on this program that will never be forgotten. They labored tirelessly, and persevered through some tough times to lay a solid foundation for future Covenant men’s basketball players to build upon.” Sears posted his 1,000th career point with a 22-point effort in a win over Hiwassee. Sears finishes his Covenant career with 1,061 points in 99 games. DeVries had the team’s individual gamehigh for points with 27 in a victory over Crown, and Bowman grabbed a game-high 18 rebounds in the NCCAA region loss. Covenant prided itself on defense the whole season. The Scots held their opponents to 60 points or fewer 11 times this season and nine of their 13 wins came by fewer than 10 points. Covenant allowed its opponents just 61.3 points per game and 41.6 percent shooting from the field. “Our defense was stout this year and great to see us getting stops when we needed to,” noted Taylor. “Our players believed we were going to win late in games and knew it needed to happen on the defensive end and with rebounding. We were 7-4 in games decided by 6 points or less.” Sophomore Colton McGriff led the Scots in scoring at 11.3 points per game, while Bowman was the team’s leading rebounder with 6.3 per contest. McGriff was named 2nd Team NCCAA Mid-East AllRegion and 2nd Team GABCA All-State. Bowman was also a GABCA 2nd Team All-State honoree. Other postseason awards went to DeVries (NCCAA Mid-East Region Honorable Mention). For his work in the classroom, DeVries was also an NCCAA Scholar-Athlete along with sophomore guard Nate Frierson.

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THE STAT CREW SYSTEM Covenant Combined Team Statistics (as of Mar 12, 2013) All games

Season Stats/Results

SCOTS

##

00 01 02 03 04 10 11 12 13 15 22 24 25 32 33 34 44 52

Player

Daniel Kubin Nate Frierson Rosbie Mutcherson TJ Cox Jake Delaney Matt den Dulk Matt Brunjes Dante Moss Micah Turner Callum Sears Damien Chaney Teron Ferguson Chris Boyd Colton McGriff Jon DeVries Sam Bowman Joey Danek Bryant Engbers Team Total.......... Opponents......

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 Score by Periods Covenant Opponents

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

gp-gs

2-0 24-13 24-13 15-10 24-11 9-0 3-0 12-0 9-0 24-6 13-1 4-0 24-8 24-21 20-13 23-14 23-9 23-1

3 485 557 374 315 32 25 77 68 385 93 37 357 623 419 490 287 197

24 24

4824 4826

1.5 20.2 23.2 24.9 13.1 3.6 8.3 6.4 7.6 16.0 7.2 9.3 14.9 26.0 21.0 21.3 12.5 8.6

CCM 1457 60.7 -0.6 558-1332 .419 91-317 .287 3.8 250-379 .660 10.4 844 35.2 +1.3 283 11.8 444 18.5 +0.8 0.6 253 10.5 71 3.0 3270 12-272 -

1st 2nd 701 744 702 760

1-2 20-58 54-135 52-105 17-59 3-11 1-3 5-23 3-11 49-146 10-23 1-4 40-90 96-243 67-118 79-158 45-102 15-41

.500 .345 .400 .495 .288 .273 .333 .217 .273 .336 .435 .250 .444 .395 .568 .500 .441 .366

OT Totals 12 1457 9 1471

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.500 .273 .333 .324 .167 .143 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .300 .000 .000 .000 .308

^ ^ + +

P

0-0 12-14 25-33 14-17 4-10 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-2 18-30 5-9 2-3 15-21 53-69 32-51 33-65 20-33 15-18

Date 11/15/12 11/16/12 11/20/12 11/28/12 12/1/12 12/04/12 12/07/12 12/08/12 01/02/13 01/04/13 01/05/13 01/08/13 01/10/13 01/16/13 01/19/13 1/22/13 01/30/13 02/04/13 02/06/13 02/13/13 02/16/13 2/19/13 2/21/13 03/07/13

.000 .857 .758 .824 .400 .500 .000 .500 .000 .600 .556 .667 .714 .768 .627 .508 .606 .833

off

Rebounds def tot avg

0 0 0 4 52 56 15 41 56 3 16 19 12 7 19 0 7 7 1 3 4 4 5 9 3 7 10 10 28 38 12 5 17 0 2 2 20 51 71 33 78 111 41 56 97 50 96 146 23 52 75 18 24 42 35 30 65 558-1332 .419 91-317 .287 250-379 .660 284 560 844 507-1219 .416 130-400 .325 327-506 .646 248 565 813 OPP 1471 61.3 507-1219 .416 130-400 .325 5.4 327-506 .646 13.6 813 33.9 271 11.3 463 19.3 0.6 256 10.7 72 3.0 6844 10-633 2-258

1-2 6-22 11-33 12-37 3-18 1-7 0-2 0-10 0-3 26-78 0-0 0-0 0-0 27-90 0-1 0-1 0-0 4-13

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

0.0 2.3 2.3 1.3 0.8 0.8 1.3 0.8 1.1 1.6 1.3 0.5 3.0 4.6 4.9 6.3 3.3 1.8

pf dq

1 35 32 35 25 5 2 11 8 36 13 7 54 30 53 40 25 25

35.2 437 33.9 392

Opponent at Berry EMORY & HENRY at Millsaps LAGRANGE OGLETHORPE SEWANEE at Hope vs Grace Bible CROWN (MN) JOHNSON HIWASSEE RHODES BERRY at Maryville College Scots FLORIDA CHRISTIAN at Sewanee MARYVILLE COLLEGE SCOTS at Emory & Henry at LaGrange at Birmingham-Southern HUNTINGDON at Emory University at Huntingdon College vs Hiwassee

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0

a

0 42 32 49 13 0 1 6 5 15 2 2 15 22 29 25 15 10

to blk stl

0 31 39 50 30 2 1 7 7 39 6 3 37 53 34 55 17 25 8 7 283 444 - 271 463

L W L L W W L W W W W W W L L Wot L W L L W L W L

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 9 1 20 21 10 6

0 29 32 17 18 0 1 5 7 25 5 2 6 30 32 26 15 3

pts

avg

3 58 144 130 41 8 2 11 6 142 25 4 95 272 166 191 110 49

1.5 2.4 6.0 8.7 1.7 0.9 0.7 0.9 0.7 5.9 1.9 1.0 4.0 11.3 8.3 8.3 4.8 2.1

71 253 1457 72 256 1471

60.7 61.3

Score 50-59 66-60 54-60 55-69 68-59 50-47 73-87 65-62 78-65 84-49 68-57 55-53 64-53 61-80 64-68 62-59 47-48 62-58 54-58 49-68 56-52 50-75 69-60 53-65

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Overall record: 13-11 Conf: 0-0 Home: 9-3 Away: 3-7 Neutral: 1-1

Att. 650 700 0 400 125 125 2915 515 70 0 175 175 350 1142 200 495 250 185 287 507 700 148 0 0

* = Conference game P = Postseason ^ = Holland Sentinel/Russ DeVette Classic + = Covenant College Tournament

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SCOTS Parents/Boosters/Alumni/Fans Are you a Booster?

A booster is an individual that:

COMPLAINCE

• Promotes Covenant athletics program. • Makes a financial contribution to Covenant athletics or its booster organizations. • Assists in the recruitment of prospects for Covenant. • Provides benefits (e.g., jobs, occasional meals) to enrolled student-athletes. Once a booster.....Always a booster. It is important to remember that once an individual has been identified as a booster, he or she retains that status forever. If you have questions whether you are considered a booster of Covenant Athletics or if you have questions about what you may or may not do as a booster, please feel free to contact the Compliance Office at tim. sceggel@covenant.edu. What is an extra benefit? Fans and boosters may not provide anything to prospects or currently enrolled student-athletes (or their families) without prior approval from the Compliance Office. If a student-athlete and/or his or her family accepts any benefits of special consideration (e.g., transportation, clothing, money, meals, etc.) based on his or her athletic skill, the student-athlete will lose his or her eligibility and Covenant will be subject to NCAA penalties. Extra benefits can include, but, are not limited to: • Money, gifts, clothing, tickets for entertainment, haircut, and use of a car. • Free or reduced-cost room or board anywhere. • Free or reduced-cost merchandise or services. • Use of Athletics Department copy/fax machines, long distance telephone services or free use of a cell phone. • Typing or editing reports, papers, letters, etc. for a student-athlete. • A loan of money or the consigning of a note to arrange a loan. • The sale or trade of complimentary admissions for merchandise, services or debt repayment. • The sale or trade of ANY items a student-athlete has received for his or her participation in athletics (e.g., gear, clothing, awards). This list is not exhaustive. Please refrain from offering prospects and/or current student-athletes and their families and friends anything that is not available to all students or the general public. Any questions or concerns should be directed to: Tim Sceggel Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance & Operations Email: tim.sceggel@covenant.edu or phone: 706.419.1517

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2013-14 Schedule Date Opponent Location Time 11/15 at Berry ^ Rome, GA 11/16 vs. Emory & Henry ^ Rome, GA 11/20 SEWANEE Lookout Mountain, GA 11/23 MILLSAPS Lookout Mountain, GA 11/26 at Oglethorpe Atlanta, GA 12/3 at Emory Atlanta, GA 12/6 at Crown (Minn.) St. Bonifacius, MN 12/7 at Bethany Lutheran Mankato, MN 12/13 BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN Lookout Mountain, GA 12/14 BERRY Lookout Mountain, GA 1/3 FERRUM* Lookout Mountain, GA 1/4 AVERETT* Lookout Mountain, GA 1/10 METHODIST* Lookout Mountain, GA 1/11 GREENSBORO* Lookout Mountain, GA 1/14 at Sewanee Sewanee, TN 1/17 at N.C. Wesleyan* Rocky Mount, NC 1/18 at William Peace* Raleigh, NC 1/22 at LaGrange* LaGrange, GA 1/25 MARYVILLE* Lookout Mountain, GA 1/29 PIEDMONT* Lookout Mountain, GA 2/1 at Huntingdon* Montgomery, AL 2/5 at Maryville* Maryville, TN 2/11 at Piedmont Demorest, GA 2/19 HUNTINGDON* Lookout Mountain, GA 2/22 LAGRANGE* Lookout Mountain, GA 2/27-3/1 USA South Tournament TBD CAPS denotes home game * USA South game ^ Berry College Classic

14049 Scenic Highway, Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

8:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:30 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 7:00 PM 6:30 PM 2:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM 4:00 PM 9:00 PM 7:30 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM 5:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 4:00 PM TBD


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