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CAL POLY POMONA MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD BOOK

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location.......................................... Pomona, Calif. Founded.........................................................1938 Enrollment...................................................23,000 Colors........................................... Green and Gold Nickname..................................................Broncos Affiliation...................................... NCAA Division II Conference...... California Collegiate Athletic Assn. Home Facility...................................... Kellogg Gym Stadium Capacity.......................................... 5,000 President................................Dr. Soraya M. Coley Director of Athletics........................Brian Swanson Athletic Department Phone..............909.869.2810 Athletic Department Fax...................909.869.2814

PROGRAM HISTORY

First Year........................................................1947 All-Time Record................................ 989-829 (.544) All-Time CCAA Record................... 379-336 (.530) CCAA Championships..................................... Five ............................ (1981, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2013) NCAA Appearances............................................10 .... (1962, ‘64, ‘76, 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09, ‘10, ‘13, ‘14) All-Time NCAA Record....................... 23-10 (.697) Last NCAA Postseason Contest....March 15, 2014 .........75-69 OT Loss Against Cal State Stanislaus ............................NCAA Division II Second Round

Head Coach Greg Kamansky..................................3 Individual Single Game Top 10.............................4-5 Individual Records...................................................6 Team Records.........................................................7 Coaching Records................................................8-9 Year-by-Year Season Leaders...............................10 All-Time Roster.................................................11-14 All-Conference Honors..........................................15 All-Region Honors.................................................16 All-Time Records vs. Opponents...........................17 Year-by-Year Season Results...........................18-28

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach................................. Greg Kamansky Alma Mater.............................. UC San Diego, 1988 Record at CPP/Years........................292-117/15th Overall Record/Years........................292-117/15th Assoc. Head Coach/Years........... Damion Hill/13th Assistant Coach/Years.................. Matt Okada/1st Head Athletic Trainer.................... Ruem Malasarn Men’s Basketball Office Phone.........909.869.5318

TEAM INFORMATION

2013-14 Overall Record..................................22-7 2013-14 CCAA Record.................................... 19-3 2013-14 Postseason................ NCAA Tournament ......... Second Round Loss to Cal State Stanislaus Starters Returning/Lost.....................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................... 11/4 Newcomers..........................................................3

SPORTS INFORMATION

Sports Information Director..............Greg Salvage Office Phone.....................................909.869.2818 Assistant A.D., Public Relations.............Ivan Alber Office Phone.....................................909.869.2812

BRONCOS ONLINE

Homepage..................... www.broncoathletics.com Twitter & Instagram..........................@cppbroncos

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On the Front Cover (Left to Right) Barry Bell, Terrence Drisdom, Daniel Rodriguez, and Jordan Faison Record Book Credits The 2014-15 Cal Poly Pomona men’s basketball record book is a production of the CPP sports information office. It was written, edited and designed by Ivan Alber, Assistant A.D. Public Relations, and Greg Salvage, Sports information Director. Photography by Tom Zasadzinski.


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GREG KAMANSKY

(10) and FG percentage (50.4). The Broncos finished the season as the top defensive scoring unit in the country, allowing 56.2 points a game.

Head Coach 15th Season

CPP played at its best during the NCAA run. It shot more than 50 percent from the field in each of its six NCAA games and capped that run with a 65-53 victory over No. 2 Indiana, Pa. in the title game played in Springfield, Mass. -- the birthplace of the game. CPP became the first unranked team in 31 years to win the title crown and only the seventh program in history to win a national title the year after finishing second.

Hard work, dedication and talent are the blueprint for success. All of those qualities help explain the Cal Poly Pomona men’s basketball successes since head coach Greg Kamansky was named the Broncos’ head coach.

In 2008-09, the Broncos were among the nation’s elite in scoring defense (6th) and rebound margin (5th) and carried that effort into an 11-game winning streak, a share of the CCAA regular-season title, the top seed in the CCAA Tournament and their third Elite 8 appearance in the last seven years. They reached the title game for the first time in school history where they were defeated by top-ranked and unbeaten Findlay.

After going 22-7 last season and reaching the second round of the NCAA Division II Tournament, CPP earned the No. 3 spot in the 214-15 preseason poll. In each of the past two years, the Broncos have boasted the top defense nationally.

In 2007-08, the Broncos just missed an NCAA berth when they finished second in the inaugural CCAA Tournament. The Broncos entered the tourney as the No. 8 seed and won an improbable game at top-seed Humboldt State. They upset Cal State Dominguez Hills in the semifinals – a team the Broncos lost to twice in the regular season.

CPP’s exhibition opponents in 2014 Stanford and Arizona - will be the 10th and 11th Division I opponents for the Broncos during Kamansky’s tenure, following: San Diego (2004, 2005), Loyola Marymount (2006), UCLA (2006), USC (2006), Stanford (2007), UC Santa Barbara (2007), UC Irvine (2009) and Duke (2010). In the 2009-10 season, Kamansky’s Broncos captured the school’s first NCAA Division II National Championship. During his entire tenure, Kamansky and the Broncos have accomplished unprecedented feats in the program’s 64-year history: Kamansky, who begins his 15th year as the Broncos head coach in 2014-15, has led CPP to winning records in 13 seasons and a record eight trips to the NCAA Division II postseason. It’s worth noting that prior to Kamansky’s appointment, the Broncos experienced postseason play in just three seasons in the first 52 years of CPP basketball. The 2012-13 season marked another banner year for the Broncos, going 28-3 overall to match the program record set by the 2009-10 national championship squad. In late February 2013, Cal Poly Pomona secured its first-ever outright conference regular season crown. The next month, the Broncos captured the program’s first CCAA Championships tournament title. The 2012-13 Broncos also finished with the top-ranked defense at the Division II level for the first time in program history. In 2011-12, the Broncos compiled marks of 19-8 overall and 15-7 in league play to finish second in the conference standings. CPP reached the semifinal stage of the CCAA Tournament before falling to Humboldt State, 74-70. The Broncos’ defense ranked second nationally as opposing offenses averaged just 57.5 points per contest. During the 2010-11 campaign, the Broncos posted an overall record of 17-11 and a conference mark of 13-9. CPP finished with the third-best defense at the D-II level, holding opponents to just 58.9 points per game. Kamansky has guided the Broncos into the NCAA Division II Elite Eight four times and four CCAA titles. Cal Poly Pomona reached the playoffs in three-straight seasons for the first time ever from 2003-05 while also recording three straight 20-win seasons for the first time in the program’s history. Simply said, the Broncos have experienced more success under Kamansky than at any other time in the history of the program.

After missing out on the NCAA postseason in 2006, Kamansky and the Broncos returned to the postseason in 2006-07 with their fourth 20-win season in the past five years. He led the Broncos to a 24-7 record in 2004-05 and guided Cal Poly Pomona to a share of the CCAA crown, its first since 1981. Cal Poly Pomona, the No. 3 seed in the West Region, went on to defeat No. 6 Seattle Pacific, No. 2 Hawaii Hilo and No. 5 Alaska Fairbanks to get to the Elite Eight, where the Broncos fell in a heartbreaking 58-56 decision to Tarleton State. Kamansky was honored by his peers and named the CCAA Coach of the Year for the 2004-05 season. He was the first Cal Poly Pomona men’s basketball coach to earn that honor since 1991. Kamansky led the Broncos to a 21-7 record and a program-best 17 CCAA victories in 2003-04 and into the NCAA Division II playoffs for a second straight season. In 2002-03, Kamansky guided the 23-7 Broncos to the West Region championship and into the national quarterfinals for the first time since 1964. Cal Poly Pomona, which finished second in the CCAA with a 16-6, knocked off No. 5 Alaska Fairbanks, No. 8 Cal State Bakersfield and No. 2 Cal State San Bernardino to advance to the Elite Eight. In his first season as head coach, Kamansky guided a team picked to finish ninth in the conference to a 17-10 record – the most wins for a first-year coach in the history of the program. Kamansky became the 10th head coach in the program’s history following the departure of Tim Rapp before the 2000-01 season. He had been an assistant coach with the Broncos for two seasons. Before coming to Cal Poly Pomona, Kamansky was an assistant men’s coach and assistant athletic director at Fresno Pacific from 1993-98, working in every aspect of the Sunbirds’ basketball program. Prior to his stint at Fresno Pacific, Kamansky was an assistant coach at UC San Diego from 1988-90 and he also worked in administrative roles from 1990-93 at the University of San Diego. He was a four-year letterman at UC San Diego and earned NCAA Division III AllAmerica honorable mention recognition in 1987. He earned all-region honors twice. Kamansky completed his playing career as the school’s second-leading all-time scorer and earned his bachelor’s degree in management science from UC San Diego in 1988. He earned his MBA from San Diego State in 1993.

Kamansky owns a 292-117 record – a winning percentage of .714. His winning percentage is even better against CCAA competition (217-83 -- .723).

Kamansky has long ties to the area. His grandfather, Joe, attended Chaffey College and was a San Bernardino County supervisor. His father, Jerry, attended Chaffey High School. Greg Kamansky attended Arcadia High School.

The Broncos’ success is due to the fact that Kamansky’s teams buy-in to the team concept. They defend and rebound; characteristics of well-disciplined teams.

Kamansky is a National Association of Basketball Coaches Congressman for the West Region.

In 2009-10, Cal Poly Pomona established 20 school records that included: most wins (28), best overall record (28-6), winning streak (15), consecutive road victories

Kamansky and his wife Anne are the parents of four children: Taylor (19), Joseph (16), Zachary (14) and Kylee (10).

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Top 10 Performances POINTS

Game 1. Ed Johnson vs. Pasadena College (1961-62) 40 2. Dion Cook vs. CS Dominguez Hills (2006-07) 39 2. David Jones vs. Pasadena College (1966-67) 39 4. Terryl Woolery vs. CS Bakersfield (1996-97) 38 4. David Jones vs. Fresno State (1966-67) 38 6. Joe Sills vs. Cal State L.A. (1975-76) 37 6. Terry Ross vs. Alaska Fairbanks (1990-91) 37 6. Terry Ross vs. Pacific Christian (1989-90) 37 6. Julian Hammond vs. Humboldt State (1998-99) 37 10. Terry Ross vs. La Verne (1989-90) 36 10. Terry Ross vs. CS Bakersfield (1989-90) 36 Season 1. Joe Sills (1975-76) 2. David Jones (1966-67) 3. Terry Ross (1990-91) 4. Terry Ross (1989-90) 5. Charles Johnson (1977-78) 6. Jeff Bonds (2004-2005) 7. Julian Hammond (1999-00) 8. Larry Gordon (2008-09) 9. David Sybesma (2004-2005) 9. Dion Cook (2006-07) Career 1 Jeff Bonds (2001-2005) 2. Larry Gordon (2005-09) 3. Mitchel Anderson (2009-13) 4. David Sybesma (2001-2005) 5. Lucas LeCour (1998-02) 6. Julian Hammond (1997-00) 7. Dion Cook (2003-07) 8. Terry Ross (1989-91) 9. Terrell Davis (1996-00) 10. Joe Sills (1974-76)

699 601 586 570 544 529 519 518 497 497 1777 1535 1433 1383 1302 1270 1252 1156 1121 1094

FIELD GOALS MADE

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Season 1. Jonathan Boyd (2005-06) 1. Angelo Tsagarakis (2007-08) 3. Julian Hammond (1999-00) 4. Mitchel Anderson (2012-13) 5. Jonathan Williams (2002-03) 5. Julian Hammond (1998-99) 7. Jonathan Boyd (2004-2005) 8. Bill Dobbs (1986-87) 8. Darron Suttle (1986-87) 10. Jonathan Williams (2003-04)

75 75 69 61 55 55 54 51 51 50

Career 1. Mitchel Anderson (2009-13) 2. Jonathan Boyd (2002-06) 3. Julian Hammond (1997-00) 4. T.J. Williams (1998-02) 5. Hervey Malone II (2002-06) 6. Jonathan Williams (2000-04) 7. Dion Cook (2003-07) 8. D.J. Norman (1988-93) 9. Lucas LeCour (1998-02) 10. Shane Lantz (1995-98)

190 182 172 146 141 126 121 108 106 100

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Career 1. Mitchel Anderson (2009-13) 2. Julian Hammond (1997-00) 3. Hervey Malone II (2002-06) 4. Jonathan Boyd (2002-06) 5. T.J. Williams (1998-02) 6. Jonathan Williams (2000-04) 7. Lucas LeCour (1998-02) 8. Dion Cook (2003-07) 9. D.J. Norman (1988-93) 10. DeRonn Scott (2011-14)

479 453 410 408 408 341 329 328 308 270

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Season 1. Joe Sills (1975-76) 2. David Jones (1966-67) 3. Terry Ross (1990-91) 4. Terry Ross (1989-90) 5. Jack Gamulin (1975-76) 6. Charles Johnson (1977-78) 7. Bill Leedom (1962-63) 8. Greg Rouchon (1968-69) 9. Nate Macon (1988-89) 10. Larry Gordon (2008-09)

281 249 232 231 222 209 204 182 181 177

Career 1. Jeff Bonds (2001-2005) 2. Larry Gordon (2005-09) 3. Mitchel Anderson (2009-13) 4. David Sybesma (2001-2005) 5. Terry Ross (1989-91) 6. Joe Sills (1974-76) 7. Lucas LeCour (1998-02) 8. Terrell Davis (1996-00) 9. Dion Cook (2003-07) 10. Julian Hammond (1997-00)

584 527 519 490 445 437 436 434 425 418

Career 1. Bill Dobbs (1986-88) 2. Jonathan Boyd (2002-06) 3. Brandon Bryce (1992-95) 4. Darron Suttle (1985-88) 5. Jordan Finn (2013- 6. Mitchel Anderson (2009-2013) 7. Shane Lantz (1995-98) 8. Jim Skinner (1988-90) 9. Marques Montgomery (1998-02) 10. Chris Jefferson (1987-88) 11. Eric Jones (1990-94)

.456 .446 .444 .419 .413 .397 .395 .391 .389 .387 .381

FREE THROWS MADE

Season 1. Jeff Bonds (2004-05) 2 Jeff Bonds (2002-03) 3. Larry Gordon (2007-08) 4. Joe Sills (1975-76) 5. Larry Gordon (2008-09) 6. Greg Rouchon (1968-69) 7. Dion Cook (2003-07) 8. Charles Johnson (1977-78) 9. Jeff Bonds (2003-04) 10. David Sybesma (2004-2005) 10. Terryl Woolery (1997-98)

153 141 139 137 134 128 127 126 125 124 124

Career 1. Jeff Bonds (2001-2005) 2. Larry Gordon (2005-09) 3. David Sybesma (2001-2005) 4. Lucas LeCour (1998-02) 5. Dion Cook (2003-07) 6. Julian Hammond (1997-00) 7. Terrell Davis (1996-00) 8. Paul Scranton (1963-66) 9. Terryl Woolery (1996-98) 10. Matt Rosser (2008-12)

525 385 327 324 281 264 251 248 233 221

REBOUNDS

Season 1. Artist Gilbert (1961-62) 2. Larry Gordon (2008-09) 3. Paul Scranton (1963-64) 4. Paul Newton (1975-76) 5. Terry Ross (1989-90) 6. Jim Brown (1967-68) 7. Paul Scranton (1965-66) 8. Bill Leedom (1962-63) 9. Paul Scranton (1964-65) 10. Don Johnson (1978-79)

350 343 320 315 310 307 307 305 294 277

Career 1. Larry Gordon (2005-09) 2. Paul Scranton (1963-66) 3. Don Johnson (1976-79) 4. Paul Newton (1974-76) 5. Jeff Bonds (2001-05) 6. Mitchel Anderson (2009-13) 7. Vic Talbert (1963-66) 8. Artist Gilbert (1960-62) 9. Terrell Davis (1996-00) 10. Donnelle Booker (2006-11)

958 935 730 708 685 653 652 620 612 581

ASSISTS

Season 1. Tom Ispas (1977-78) 2. Ron Bailey (1985-86) 3. Galen Dedmon (1987-88) 4. Billy Hofman (2005-06) 5. David Sybesma (2004-05) 6. Tom Ispas (1976-77) 7. Tom Ispas (1975-76) 8. Galen Dedmon (1987-88) 9. Jonathan Williams (2002-03) 10. Andre Harrell (1990-91) 10. John Miller (1996-97)

145 142 131 124 119 117 116 115 113 112 112

Career 1. Tom Ispas (1974-78) 2. David Sybesma (2001-05) 3. D.J. Norman (1988-93) 4. Billy Hofman (2003-07) 5. Eric Jones (1990-94) 6. Lucas LeCour (1998-02) 7. Jonathan Williams (2000-04) 8. Galen Dedmon (1987-89) 9. Darron Suttle (1985-86) 10. John Miller (1995-97)

410 356 332 321 309 288 282 246 231 217


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All-Time Top 10 Performances & Current Player Career Totals STEALS

Season 1. Terryl Woolery (1996-97) 2. Terryl Woolery (1997-98) 3. Lucas LeCour (1998-02) 4. John Miller (1995-96) 5. Eric Jamlin (1980-81) 6. Mike Reynolds (1995-96) 6. Galen Dedmon (1987-88) 8. Chancellor McCobb (1989-90) 9. John Miller (1996-97) 10. Mitchel Anderson (2012-13)

109 78 77 69 65 61 61 60 59 58

Career 1. Lucas LeCour (1998-02) 2. Terryl Woolery (1996-98) 3. Mitchel Anderson (2009-13) 4. Jeff Bonds (2001-05) 4. Dion Cook (2003-07) 6. Larry Gordon (2005-09) 7. John Miller (1995-97) 8. David Sybesma (2001-05) 9. Eric Jones (1990-94) 10. Donnelle Booker (2006-11)

207 187 180 149 149 133 128 120 115 114

BLOCKED SHOTS

Season 1. Gregg Brofer (1986-87) 1. Scott Charity (1996-97) 3. Donnelle Booker (2009-10 4. Terrell Davis (1997-98) 5. Jeff Bonds (2004-05) 5. Donnelle Booker (2007-08) 7. Nate Shine (1995-96) 8. Tyrone Merriweather (1994-95) 9. Marcellos Lee (1990-91) 10. Terrell Davis (1996-97)

47 47 44 43 41 41 37 36 34 33

Career 1. Donnelle Booker (2006-11) 2. Terrell Davis (1996-00) 3. Jeff Bonds (2001-05) 4. Gregg Brofer (1985-87) 5. Tyrone Merriweather (1994-96) 6. John Overbeck (1989-93) 7. Larry Gordon (2005-09) 8. Mike Reynolds (1994-96) 9. Mitchel Anderson (2009-13) 10. Nick Alexander (1998-00) 10. Jordan Faison (2012-14)

140 134 79 77 63 60 52 51 50 48 48

GAMES PLAYED

Career 1. Dwayne Fells (2008-12) 2. Mitchel Anderson (2009-13) 3. Hervey Malone II (2002-06) 3. Jeff Bonds (2001-2005) 5. Donnelle Booker (2006-11) 5. Larry Gordon (2005-09) 5. David Sybesma (2001-2005) 8. Matt Rosser (2008-12) 8. Jonathan Boyd (2002-06) 8. Dion Cook (2003-07)

122 120 117 117 116 116 116 114 114 114

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball Individual Records Scoring - Most Points Game 40, Ed Johnson vs. Pasadena College (1961-62) Season 699, Joe Sills (1975-76) Scoring Average 24.1, Joe Sills (1975-76) Career 1,777, Jeff Bonds (2001-2005) Career Average 23.2, Dave Jones (1965-67) Field Goals Made Game 17, Dave Jones (1966-67) Season 281, Joe Sills (1975-76) Career 584, Jeff Bonds (2001-05) Field Goals Attempted Game 30, Dave Jones (1966-67) Season 522, Joe Sills (1975-76) Career 1,160, Jeff Bonds (2001-05) Field Goal Percentage Game (Min 10 att.) .900 (9-10) Julian Hammond vs. Redlands (97-98) .900 (9-10) Matt Mitchell vs. Sonoma State (92-93) .900 (9-10) Tony Thiesen vs. Sacramento State (1987-88) Season .627 (104-166) Kenny Holmes (1980-81) Career N/A

Free Throws Made Game 19, Bill Dobbs vs. Chapman College (1986-87) Season 153, Jeff Bonds (2004-05) Career 525, Jeff Bonds (2001-05) Consecutive 28, Larry Gordon (2007-08) Free Throws Attempted Game 20, Bill Dobbs vs. Chapman College (1986-87) Season 209, Jeff Bonds (2004-05) Career 730, Jeff Bonds (2001-05) Free Throw Percentage Game 1.000, Forrest Barnes (12-12) vs. UC Riverside (1988-89) 1.000, Larry Parks (11-11) vs. No. Illinois (1970-71) 1.000, James Dunn vs. Tahoe College (11-11) (1969-70) 1.000, Jeff Bonds vs. Azusa Pacific (10-10) (2003-04) 1.000, Jonathan Boyd vs. Hawaii-Hilo (10-10) (2004-05) Season .875, Angelo Tsagarakis (84-96) (2007-08) Career .847, John Miller (178-210) (1995-97) Rebounds Game Season Career

33, LeRoy Williams vs. Wheaton College (1973-74) 350, Artist Gilbert (1961-62) 958, Larry Gordon (2005-09)

Assists Game Season Career

19, Justin Meza vs. West Coast Christian (1988-89) 145, Tom Ispas (1977-78) 410, Tom Ispas (1974-78)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted Game 13, Julian Hammond (1998-99) Season 201, Angelo Tsagarakis (2007-08) Career 479, Mitchel Anderson (2009-13)

Steals Game Season Career

10, Galen Dedmon vs. Sacramento State (1987-88) 109, Terryl Woolery (1996-97) 207, Lucas LeCour (1999-02)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game (Min. 5 att.) 1.000, Billy Hofman (7-7) vs. CS Stanislaus (2/16/07) Season .481, Jonathan Boyd (75-155) (2005-06) Career .456, Bill Dobbs (68-149) (1986-88)

Blocked Shots Game Season Career

8, Scott Charity vs. Grand Canyon (1996-97) 47, Gregg Brofer (1986-87) 140, Donnelle Booker (2006-11)

3-Point Field Goals Made Game 7, Jonathan Boyd vs. CS Stanislaus (05-06) 7, Brandon Bryce vs. CS San Bernardino (93-94) 7, Billy Hofman (06-07) 7, Angelo Tsagarakis (07-08) Season 75, Jonathan Boyd (2005-06) Career 190, Mitchel Anderson (2009-13)

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball Team Records Most Points Game 135 vs. West Coast Christian (1988-89) Half 83 vs. West Coast Christian (1988-89) Both Teams, Game 237, CPP 120, Marine Corp. 117 (1961-62) Opponent Game 123, UC Santa Barbara (1970-71) Season 2,532 (1963-64) Scoring Average Highest Best Defensive

87.3 (1963-64) 56.2 (2009-10)

Field Goals Made Game 57 vs. West Coast Christian (1988-89) Season 1029 (1963-64) Field Goals Attempted Game 117 vs. West Coast Christian (1988-89) Season 2,411 (1963-64) Field Goal Percentage Game (Any Game) .732 (41-56) vs. American Sports (2010-11) Game (CCAA) .681 (32-47) vs. Chico State (2012-13) .680 (34-50) vs. Sonoma State (2010-11) .595 (22-37) vs. UC San Diego (2011-12) .577 (30-52) vs. Chico State (2009-10) Season .504 (843-1673) (2009-10) 3-Point Field Goals Made Game 15 vs. Pacifica College (2011-12) 15 vs. Dominican College (1992-93) Season 221 (2004-05) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Game 31 at Chico State (2003-04) 31 vs. CS Bakersfield (2006-07) Season 570 (2004-05) 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game .778 (7-9) vs. CS Bakersfield (1988-89) .778 (7-9) vs. Seattle Pacific (1991-92) Season .422 (111-263) (1986-87) Free Throws Made Game 38 vs. CS Hayward (1992-93) Season 533 (1991-92)

Season

1661 (1961-62)

Assists Game Season

39 vs. California Christian (1993-94) 497 (2004-05)

Steals Game Season

29 vs. UC Santa Cruz (1982-83) 262 (2004-05)

Blocked Shots Game Season

12 vs. CS Dominguez Hills (1996-97) 123 (1996-97)

Miscellaneous Wins, season: 28 (2009-10) 28 (2012-13) 26 (1953-54) 24 (2004-05) 23 (2002-03) 23 (1963-64) Wins, CCAA: 20 (2012-13) 19 (2013-14) Wins, consecutive: 15 (2009-10) Largest Margin of Victory: 87 vs. California Christian (1993-94) Most Fouls, Game: 36 vs. Cal Poly SLO Attendance: 1,716 vs. Cal State Bakersfield (1/26/07) 1,705 vs. Cal State Stanislaus (2/18/12) COACHING RECORDS Years Coach Overall Pct. 1947-71 Bob Stull 329-304 .520 1971-73 Dan Ayala 27-22 .551 1973-81 Don Hogan 106-107 .498 1981-84 Dan Carnevale 25-55 .312 1984-87 George Fisher 32-51 .385 1987-92 Dave Bollwinkel 57-80 .416 1992-94 Kevin Patterson 26-27 .490 1994-98 Tom Marshall 63-44 .589 1998-00 Tim Rapp 32-22 .593 2000- Greg Kamansky 292-117 .714

TOTALS

989-829 .544

Conf. Pct. 10-32 .238 10-8 .556 50-36 .581 8-34 .190 9-33 .214 23-45 .338 10-16 .385 20-28 .417 24-20 .545 217-83 .723 379-336 .530

Free Throws Attempted Game 48 vs. CS Hayward (1992-93) Season 785 (2000-01) Free Throw Percentage Game 1.000 (15-15) vs. Cal Poly SLO (1987-88) Season .731 (489-669) (2004-05) Rebounds Game

78 vs. UC Santa Cruz (1982-83)

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball Coaches Year-by-Year Year Coach Overall CCAA Finish Honors 1947-48 Bob Stull 7-17 1948-49 Bob Stull 13-9 1949-50 Bob Stull 11-14 1950-51 Bob Stull 11-10 1951-52 Bob Stull 13-10 1952-53 Bob Stull 16-12 1953-54 Bob Stull 26-12 1954-55 Bob Stull 11-19 1955-56 Bob Stull 13-11 1956-57 Bob Stull 11-10 1957-58 Bob Stull 6-14 1958-59 Bob Stull 15-10 1959-60 Bob Stull 15-11 1960-61 Bob Stull 13-16 1961-62 Bob Stull 19-9 NCAA Tournament 1962-63 Bob Stull 17-9 1963-64 Bob Stull 23-6 NCAA West Region Champion & NCAA Elite Eight Quarterfinalist 1964-65 Bob Stull 16-9 1965-66 Bob Stull 18-8 1966-67 Bob Stull 16-10 1967-68 Bob Stull 10-16 7-7 1968-69 Bob Stull 8-18 2-10 1969-70 Bob Stull 5-21 0-8* 1970-71 Bob Stull 8-18 1-7 1971-72 Dan Ayala 14-12 4-4 1972-73 Dan Ayala 13-10 6-4 3rd 1973-74 Don Hogan 9-17 4-6 4th 1974-75 Don Hogan 13-12 5-3 2nd 1975-76 Don Hogan 16-13 7-3 2nd NCAA Tournament 1976-77 Don Hogan 14-13 6-4 T3 1977-78 Don Hogan 14-12 7-3 T2 1978-79 Don Hogan 14-13 6-6 4th 1979-80 Don Hogan 6-20 4-8% T4th

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball Coaches Year-by-Year Year Coach Overall CCAA Finish Honors 1980-81 Don Hogan 20-7 11-3 T1st First CCAA Championship 1981-82 Dan Carnevale 7-19 3-11 7th 1982-83 Dan Carnevale 8-20 3-11 7th 1983-84 Dan Carnevale 10-16 2-12 8th 1984-85 George Fisher 7-22 1-13 8th 1985-86 George Fisher 14-13 4-10 T5th 1986-87 George Fisher 11-16 4-10 7th 1987-88 Dave Bollwinkel 11-16 6-8 7th 1988-89 Dave Bollwinkel 7-19 1-13 7th 1989-90 Dave Bollwinkel 9-18 3-11 T7th 1990-91 Dave Bollwinkel 15-14 6-6 T3rd 1991-92 Dave Bollwinkel 15-13 7-7 T4th 1992-93 Kevin Patterson 14-13 7-7 T3rd 1993-94 Kevin Patterson 12-14 3-9 T5th 1994-95 Tom Marshall 15-11 3-9 6th 1995-96 Tom Marshall 17-10 7-5 T3rd 1996-97 Tom Marshall 16-11 5-7 5th 1997-98 Tom Marshall 15-12 5-7 T5th 1998-99 Tim Rapp 14-13 10-12 T7th 1999-00 Tim Rapp 18-9 14-8 5th 2000-01 Greg Kamansky 17-10 13-9 5th 2001-02 Greg Kamansky 18-9 15-7 3rd 2002-03 Greg Kamansky 23-8 16-6 2nd NCAA West Region Champion & NCAA Elite Eight Quarterfinalist 2003-04 Greg Kamansky 21-7 17-5 3rd NCAA West Region quarterfinalist 2004-05 Greg Kamansky 24-7 16-4 T1st NCAA West Region Champion & NCAA Elite Eight Quarterfinalist 2005-06 Greg Kamansky 17-10 13-7 3rd 2006-07 Greg Kamansky 20-8 16-6 3rd NCAA West Region quarterfinalist 2007-08 Greg Kamansky 13-15 10-10 8th 2008-09 Greg Kamansky 25-8 15-5 T1st NCAA West Region Champion & NCAA Division II Finalist 2009-10 Greg Kamansy 28-6 18-4 T1st NCAA West Region Champion & NCAA Division II Champion 2010-11 Greg Kamansky 17-11 13-9 5th 2011-12 Greg Kamansky 19-8 15-7 2nd 2012-13 Greg Kamansky 28-3 20-3 1st CCAA Regular Season & Tournament Champs, NCAA 2nd Round 2013-14 Greg Kamansky 22-7 19-3 2nd NCAA 2nd Round *-forfeited five games %-forfeited eight games

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball Year-by-Year Leaders

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Scoring Rebounding Assists 2013-14 DeRonn Scott 14.3 Jordan Faison 5.7 DeRonn Scott 3.8 2012-13 Mitchel Anderson 14.2 Mitchel Anderson 8.1 Terrence Drisdom 3.0 2011-12 Mitchel Anderson 14.6 Mitchel Anderson 6.1 Matt Rosser 2.8 2010-11 Kevin Menner 12.5 Dwayne Fells 5.9 Donnelle Booker 2.8 2009-10 Austin Swift 13.3 Donnelle Booker 5.6 Austin Swift 3.3 2008-09 Larry Gordon 15.7 Larry Gordon 10.4 Dahir Nasser 2.8 2007-08 Larry Gordon 17.7 Larry Gordon 9.1 Angelo Tsagarakis 2.5 2006-07 Dion Cook 17.8 Larry Gordon 7.4 Billy Hofman 3.0 2005-06 Dion Cook 15.1 Larry Gordon 5.7 Billy Hofman 4.9 2004-05 Jeff Bonds 17.1 Jeff Bonds 6.5 David Sybesma 3.8 2003-04 Jeff Bonds 17.3 Jeff Bonds 6.0 Jonathan Williams 3.1 2002-03 Jeff Bonds 14.4 Jeff Bonds 5.8 Jonathan Williams 3.6 2001-02 Lucas LeCour 14.5 Raymond Hubbard 5.1 Lucas LeCour 2.6 2000-01 Lucas LeCour 15.7 Steve Lambert 5.8 Lucas LeCour 2.6 1999-00 Julian Hammond 19.2 Nick Alexander 6.8 Julian Hammond 2.8 1998-99 Julian Hammond 14.8 Nick Alexander 9.1 Nathan Sinning 2.2 1997-98 Terryl Woolery 17.7 Terryl Woolery 7.0 Terryl Woolery 3.5 1996-97 Terryl Woolery 18.0 Scott Charity 6.1 John Miller 4.1 1995-96 Carlton Whiteside 11.2 Mike Reynolds 5.8 John Miller 3.9 1994-95 Ty Merriweather 14.1 Ty Merriweather 7.6 Bryan Willcox 4.5 1993-94 Matt Mitchell 11.2 Matt Mitchell 6.2 Eric Jones 3.9 1992-93 Matt Mitchell 11.9 Russ May 5.7 Eric Jones 3.2 1991-92 Chancellor McCobb 15.9 Chancellor McCobb 5.0 Andre Harrell 2.8 1990-91 Terry Ross 23.4 Terry Ross 9.4 Andre Harrell 3.9 1989-90 Terry Ross 21.1 Terry Ross 11.5 D.J. Norman 3.6 1988-89 Nate Macon 16.7 Forrest Barnes 7.7 Galen Dedmon 5.6 1987-88 Tony Theisen 15.2 Tony Theisen 7.9 Galen Dedmon 4.8 1986-87 Bill Dobbs 14.7 Zenon M 7.9 Bill Dobbs 3.3 1985-86 Gregg Brofer 14.5 Gregg Brofer 7.5 Ron Bailey 5.3 1984-85 Eddie Brown 15.3 Eddie Brown 6.9 Tom O’Brien 3.8 1983-84 Eddie Brown 14.5 Mark McKelvy 7.0 Tom Arnwine 3.1 1982-83 David Brown 16.6 John Hobus 5.1 Tom Arnwine 2.6 1981-82 Kenny Holmes 11.6 L. Gladney, K. Holmes 6.9 Cedric Wilson 2.3 1980-81 Willie Brigham 12.7 Jeff Wirth 8.6 Will Brigham 2.4 1979-80 Milton Banks 12.7 Jeff Wirth 7.4 Jason Malinowski 3.8 1978-79 Don Johnson 14.2 Don Johnson 10.3 Jason Malinowski 3.9 1977-78 Charles Johnson 20.9 Don Johnson 9.4 Tom Ispas 5.6 1976-77 Jack Gamulin 12.9 Don Johnson 7.7 Tom Ispas 4.3 1975-76 Joe Sills 24.1 Paul Newton 10.9 Tom Ispas 4.1 1974-75 Joe Sills 18.8 Paul Newton 10.4 Wayne Gross 2.5 1973-74 Horace Aubrey 12.1 Lee Roy Williams 8.6 n/a 1972-73 George Thompson 11.6 Alan Smith 7.7 n/a 1971-72 Ben Brooks 10.8 Alan Smith 6.9 n/a 1970-71 James Dunn 13.3 Phil Hargrove 10.5 n/a 1969-70 Larry Parks 15.9 Phil Hargrove 11.1 n/a 1968-69 Greg Rouchon 18.9 Greg Rouchon 9.0 n/a 1967-68 Cleo Robinson 15.7 Jim Brown 11.8 n/a 1966-67 David Jones 23.1 Paul Thompson 10.2 n/a 1965-66 Paul Scranton 16.3 Paul Scranton 12.3 n/a 1964-65 Vermont McKinney 12.1 Paul Scranton 12.3 n/a 1963-64 Vermont McKinney 12.1 Paul Scranton 11.9 n/a 1962-63 Bill Leedom 18.3 Bill Leedom 11.7 n/a 1961-62 Art Williams 15.9 Artist Gilbert 14.0 n/a 1960-61 Arvin Wenzelbert 14.0 Artist Gilbert 12.2 n/a *Individual records prior to 1960-61 season are unavailable


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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Roster -AACOSTA, Marty (1949-50) ADAIR, Alphonso (1972-74) ADAMS, Lloyd (1983-84) ALEXANDER, Nick (1998-00) ALFAFARA, Jerry (1983-84) ALLEN, Chris (1988-89) ALTAMIRANO, Jesse (2000-02) AMERS, Terry (1962-63) AMES, Don (1948-49) ANDERSON, Anders (1989-90, 91-92) ANDERSON, Andre (1992-93) ANDERSON, Gary (1971-73) ANDERSON, Lee (1950-51) ANDERSON, Mitchel (2009-13) ANDERSON, Tom (1971-73) APARICIO, Noel (1983-85) ARIAS, Bob (1952-53, 55-56) ARNWINE, Tim (1982-84) AUBREY, Horace (1973-74) -BBAILEY, Ron (1985-86) BAKSCH, Joe (1953-54) BALLARD, Damon (1991-92, 93-94) BALLARD, Don (1952-53) BANKS, Milton (1979-80) BARKETT, Nick (1965-67) BARNES, Forrest (1987-89) BARNETT, Roy (1949-52) BARRANCE, Ken (1979-80) BASS, Dave (1970-71) BEAHM, Guy (2002-04) BELL, Barry (2012-14) BELL, Curtis (1992-94) BELL, Derion (1995-97) BELL, John (1953-54) BENN, Charles (1993-94) BENNETT, Kenny (1988-91) BERNHARD, Mark (1975-77) BICKHART, Bryan (1988-89) BILLINGHURST, Jerry (1948-50) BLACK, Caldwell (1961-62) BLACKMON, Ricky (1996-98) BLICKENSTAFF, Ron (1967-68) BODE, Paul (1955-58) BOJARSKI, Andy (1987-90) BONDS, Jeff (2001-05) BOOKER, Donnelle (2006-10) BOYD, Al (1953-56) BOYD, Jamaar (1996-98, 99-00) BOYD, Jesse (1999-00) BOYD, Jonathan (2002-06)

BRACKER, Lew (1953-54) BRADLEY, Don (1948-49) BRADY, Bryce (2011-14) BRAKEVILLE, Bob (2011-12) BRANSCUM, Ronald (1957-58) BRATT, Andy (2000-03) BRAY, Mark (1986-87) BREAKFIELD, Art (1965-66) BRIGHAM, Willie (1979-81) BROFER, Greg (1985-87) BROOKS, Bob (1971-73) BROWN, David (1982-83) BROWN, Eddie (1983-85) BROWN, Frank (1967-68) BROWN, Jim (1967-69) BROWN, Tyquan (2011-12) BRUGGEMAN, Jim (1989-91) BRYCE, Brandon (1991-92, 93-95) BUCHANAN, Charlie (1967-69) BUCHER, Frank (1964-65) BUNCH, Jerry (1961-64) BUNKER, Bill (1974-75) BUNTS, Don (1979-82) BURCHETT, Tim (1968-70) BURNEY, Bo (1986-87) BURNS, John (1947-48) BURRELL, Jason (2003-04) BYRD, Ron (1970-71) -CCADIZ, George (1965-66) CADY, James (2001-02) CAGE, Tim (1992-94) CALLOWAY, Paten (1976-77) CANTWELL, Bill (1974-76) CARRIDO, Bart (1968-70) CARRILLO, John (1972-73) CARROLL, Bud (1958-60) CHARITY, Scott (1996-97) CHASE, Ray Ray (2013-14) CHERNEY, Mike (1965-68) CLARK, Kenny (1974-77) COLLINS, Richard (2007-08) CONLEY, James (1970-71) COOK, Dion (2003-07) COSTELLO, Jack (1975-76) COTA, Mario (1955-57) COYKENDALL, Carroll (1952-53) CRENSHAW, Bob (1965-66) CRUTCHFIELD, John (1948-49) CRUZEN, Arch (1947-49) CULVERSON, Bob (1968-69) CURTIN, Jerry (1991-94)

-DDAGLOW, Ray (1970-71) DANIELS, Kaelen (2004-08) DANTZLER, Corey (1990-91) DAVIS, Charles (1983-84) DAVIS, Lou (1969-71) DAVIS, Terrell (1996-00) DAVIS, Tony (1987-88) DEDMON, Galen (1987-89) DEIDRICK, Andy (1989-90) DENNIS, Jeremy (2013-14) DOBBS, Bill (1986-88) DONALDSON, Curtis (1967-70) DOUGLAS, Earnest (1996-98) DRISDOM, Terrence (2010-13) DULL, Dennis (1962-65) DUNN, James (1969-71) DUPREE, Dwayne (1992-94) -EELAM, Tony (1965-66) ELLINGER, Jerry (1948-49) ELLIS, Jon (1984-85) ENRIGHT, Dick (1959-60) ERICKSON, Dave (1998-02) ETEMADI, Yousof (2001-03) EUSTACE, Art (1970-71) EVANS, Matt (1993-94) -FFAISON, Jordan (2012-14) FALL, Mohamed (2012-13) FASSBINDER, Bob (1950-51) FAY, Tom (1985-86) FELLS, Dwayne (2008-12) FERRARO, Tom (1964-65) FINCH, Karl (1960-61) FINN, Jordan (2013-14) FINNELL, Bennie (1947-49) FITZGERALD, David (1976-78) FITZGERALD, Matt (1984-86) FOLSOM, Roger (1957-58, 59-60) FORD, Bruce (1975-76) FORELLI, Bill (2005-08) FRAZIER, Ray (1961-62) FRITSCHE, John (1947-48) -GGACEK, Connor (2010-14) GAMULIN, Jack (1975-77) GARLAND, Grant (1947-48) GARNER, Arlis (1973-74)

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Roster GARNER, Darrell (1979-80) GARRETT, Bob (1948-49) GEE, Ernie (1953-57) GIBSON, Stewart (1977-78) GILBERT, Artist (1960-62) GILBERT, Scotty (1983-84) GIORGI, Dave (1950-52) GLADNEY, Lawrence (1980-82) GORDON, Larry (2005-09) GRANDT, Brian (1985-86) GRAY, Robert (1971-73) GROSS, Wayne (1974-75) GURICH, Roger (1959-62) GUSTAVIS, Robert (1984-85) GUSTAVSON, Byron (1959-61) GUY, Shaun (1994-96) GUYTON, Don (1970-71) -HHACKER, Chris (1992-93) HALL, Ryan (2012-14) HALL, Steve (1962-63) HAMLIN, Eric (1979-81) HAMMOND, Julian (1997-00) HANTGIN, Nathan (1989-90) HARDIN, Lyonel (1976-77) HARDY, John (1960-61) HARGROVE, Phil (1969-70) HARRELL, Andre (1990-92) HAUSMAN, Carl (1949-52) HAYSBERT, Chad (2013-14) HICKEY, Chuck (1967-68) HILL, Damion (1999-00) HILLEBRECHT, Warren (1947-48) HOBUS, John (1981-83) HOFMAN, William (2003-07) HOGAN, Don (1956-60) HOLMES, Kenny (1980-82) HOPWOOD, Aaron (1974-76) HOWARD, Sommers (1951-52) HUBBARD, Raymond (2000-02) HUNT, James (1972-73) HUNTER, Broderick (1976-79) -IIKEDA, Mits (1950-510 ISPAS, Tom (1974-78) IWAMI, Kirk (1983-84) -JJACKSON, Stan (1957-58) JACKSON, Victor (1978-79) JACOBSON, Dave (1951-52)

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JAHN, Tobias (2007-10) JAMES, Barnabas (1994-96) JAMES, Barry (1982-83) JAMES, Eric (1985-86) JAMES, Gordon (1961-62) JAMES, Theron (1961-64) JARVIS, William (1947-48) JEFFERSON, Chris (1987-88) JENKINS, Bob (1949-50) JENNUM, Joe (1992-94) JOHN, Charlie (1954-55) JOHNSON, Charles (1976-77) JOHNSON, Don (1976-79) JOHNSON, Ed (1960-62) JOHNSON, Herb (1984-85) JONES, Carl (1976-77) JONES, David (1965-67) JONES, Eric (1990-94) JONES, Glenn (1970-72) JONES, John (1981-82) JONES, Marvin (1999-00) JONES, Matt (1994-95) JONES, Reuben (1992-96) JONES, Will (1997-99) -KKAMMEYER, Calvin (1962-63) KEATON, Ed (1964-65) KEITH, Lee (1971-72) KELLEY, Dave (1951-53) KELLEY, Rick (1970-71) KELLY, Ken (1953-56) KENNEDY, David (1974-76) KENNEDY, Malcolm (1974-76) KERR, Darren (1982-84) KIMM, George (1951-53) KLOTH, Jack (1947-48) KLUGE, Mike (1975-76) KOERNER, Gary (1971-73) KRAUSE, Kyle (2005-09) -LLA ROCQUE, Alan (1971-73) LAMBERT, Michael (2000-03) LANDRY, Jimmy (2000-02) LANKFORD, Larry (1958-59) LANTZ, Shane (1995-98) LARSEN, Eric (1984-86) LASSALETTE, Mike (1958-61) LeCOUR, Lucas (1998-02) LEE, Keith (1970-71) LEE, Marcellus (1990-91) LEEDOM, Bill (1961-63)

LEHIGH, Clark (1982-83) LEMOS, Angelo (1947-48, 49-50) LEPORE, Dave (1964-65) LEWIS, Tony (1979-80) LICURGO, Thomas (1980-81) LINDSLEY, Henry (1977-81) LOGGINS, Bob (1960-63) LORENZ, Jim (1962-64) LOVE, Dennis (1970-72) LOWDEN, Joe (1988-89) LYPPS, Jack (1947-48) -MM, Zenon (1986-87) MACON, Nate (1987-89) MADDEN, Wally (1950-51) MALINOWSKI, Jason (1978-80) MALONE II, Hervey (2002-06) MARICIC, Tony (1967-68) MARSHALL, Tyrone (2002-03) MARTIN, Kenny (1951-52, 53-54) MASTAIN, Ted (1950-51) MATHEWS, Jim (1958-59, 60-61) MAY, Russ (1991-93) McANLIS, Chuck (1951-52) McCLAIN, Fred (1968-69) McCOBB, Chancellor (1989-90, 91-92) McGILVRA, Neil (1980-82) McKELVY, Mark (1982-83) McKINNEY, Vermont (1962-65) McKINON, Phil (1957-58) McMANUS, Vincent (1981-82) McNEIL, Jerry (1978-79) McRAE, Bobby (1991-95) MENDON, Harold (1947-48) MENNER, Kevin (2010-11) MERRIWEATHER, Ty (1994-96) MEZA, Justin (1988-89) MICHAEL, Bob (1951-52) MILLER, Al (1953-54) MILLER, Fred (1954-55, 56-57) MILLER, John (1995-97) MILLS, Richard (1969-70) MITCHELL, Matt (1992-94) MIYASAKA, Jimmy (2005-09) MOBLEY, Eric (1990-91) MONTGOMERY, Marques (1998-02) MOODY, Dudley (1979-80) MOORE, Steve (1981-83) MUELLER, Jim (1965-66) MURILLO, Joe (1968-69) MURPHY, Dan (1989-90) MUSALLAM, Ramsey (1994-95)


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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Roster -NNASSER, Dahir (2008-10) NEILSEN, Mark (1982-86) NELSEN, Matt (2004-05) NEVEU, Kevin (2004-08) NEWTON, Paul (1974-76) NICHOLSON, Melvyn (2002-04, 2006-07) NORMAN, D.J. (1988-91, 92-93) NORUM, Shaun (2009-10) NOVOTNY, Richard (1950-51) -OO’BRIEN, Tom (1981-85) OCHOA, Rom (1956-57) OFFUTT, Clag (1967-68) OLIVER, Michael (1995-97) OSMUNDSON, Evan (1995-96) OVERBECK, John (1989-93) OVERBY, Aubrey (1982-85) OVERBY, John (1981-82) -PPADRICK, Dick (1965-68) PALMER, Howie (1998-00) PARKS, Larry ( 1969-71) PARMON, Ralph (1958-59) PAULUS, Eugene (1952-54) PELTZER, Tom (1953-56) PERGUSON, Bob (1955-56) PERKINS, Len (1965-66) PETERSON, Darren (2002-03) PETERSON, Larry (1950-51) PIETSCH, Jason (1993-94) PORTER, Cleve (1978-79) POWELL, Jasen (1992-95) PRINCE, Frank (1973-74) PULIDO, Luis (2006-07) PULS, Ted (1957-58) PURSLEY, Ernie (1959-60) PURVIS, Steve (1961-62, 63-64) PUTNAM, Vern (1967-68) -RRANDOLP, March (1967-68) RANDOLPH, Cleo (1967-68) RANDOLPH, Henry (1976-78) REED, Jim (1962-65) REICH, Buddy (1964-65) REICH, Charles (1963-64) REID, Richard (1972-73) REYNOLDS, Mike (1994-96)

RICHARDSON, Jim (1980-83) RIDGWAY, Michael (2002-04) RINGO, Mark (1970-71) RITCHEY, Tom (1955-56) ROBERTS, Jim (1954-56) ROBERTS, Roger (1955-56, 5759) ROBINSON, Charles (1988-89) ROBINSON, Cleo (1965-68) RODRIGUEZ, Daniel (2011-14) RODRIGUEZ, Danny (1965-67) RODRIGUEZ, Roy (1965-67) ROEMMICH, Mark (1971-72) ROGERS, Keith (1983-84) ROGERS, Kenny (1997-99) ROSENTHAL, Michael (1991-92) ROSS, Terry (1989-91) ROSSER, Matt (2008-12) ROUCHON, Greg (1968-69) ROWLAND, Steve (1950-51) RUBIO, Tony (1988-89) RUSS, Fred (1985-87) RUST, Dick (1956-58) RUTLEDGE, Mark (2009-11) RYAN, Kevin (2009-11) RYAN, Mark (1984-85) -SSACKS, Adam (1986-88) SALLEE, Howard (1955-56) SAMPLE, Matt (1988-89) SCALMANINI, Ken (1989-92) SCARANO, Mike (1977-79) SCARBROUGH, Gene (1947-49) SCOTT, DeRonn (2011-14) SCOTT, Kenny (1978-79) SCRANTON, Paul (1963-66) SCROGGS, Charlie (1955-57) SEIMONS, Bob (1948-49) SHADE, Joe (1961-62) SHARPE, Shannon (2012-13) SHELTON, Trevor (1979-80) SHEPARD, Jerry (1981-82) SHINE, Nate (1994-96) SHINN, Doug (1965-68) SILLS, Joe (1974-76) SIMAC, John (1967-69) SIMMONS, Matt (1986-87) SIMS, Joe (1972-73) SINGH, Fred (1956-59) SINNING, Nathan (1997-01) SIPES (1954-55) SKINNER, Jim (1988-90)

SKINNER, Roger (1958-60) SLATTERY, Chuck (1947-49) SLOCUM, Mike (1979-80) SMITH, Alan (1971-73) SMITH, Dan (1952-53) SMITH, Gary (1990-91, 92-93) SMITH, Kermit (1979-80) SMITH, Louis (1962-65) SMITH, Mike (1960-61) SMITH, Paul (1958-61) SMITH, Randy (1978-79) SOOTER, Steve (1967-68) SORENSON, Bob (1962-64) STEEL, Andrew (2011-12) STEVENS, Terry (1986-88) STEWART, Cal (1947-48) STONE, Larry (1952-54) STRANGE, Ron (2002-03) STUTTS, Cyrus (1981-83) SULLIVAN, Bob (1950-51) SULLIVAN, Jim (1947-48) SUMMERS, Robert (2008-09) SUTTLE, Darron (1985-88) SWEED, Dajuan (1996-99) SWERDFEGER, Phil (1957-58) SWIFT, Austin (2007-10) SWINGER, Ken (1950-51, 1954-57) SYBESMA, David (2001-05) -TTALBERT, Vic (1963-66) TAYLOR, Oliver (1969-70) TAYLOR, Quentin (2013-14) TCHOYI, Francois (2012-14) TETER, Gary (1953-55) TEUBER, Al (1947-50) THEISEN, Tony (1985-88) THIRSK, Marshall (1962-63) THOMAS, Brian (1973-74) THOMPSON, George (1971-73) THOMPSON, Paul (1965-67) THOMPSON, Russ (1965-66) THOMPSON, Walter (2008-09) TILLMAN, Joe (1984-85) TIRSELL, Don (1984-85) TOLBERT, Simon (1966-68) TOWLE, Adam (1994-96, 97-98) TOWLE, Hugh (1951-52) TSAGARAKIS, Angelo (2007-08) TUNLEY, Ernie (1966-68) -UUNDERHILL, George (1952-53)

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Roster UNDERWOOD, Carl (1977-79, 80-82) UNDERWOOD, John (1958-61) UYEMATSU, Sammy (1951-52) -VVALENZUELA, Steve (1990-91) VARGAS, Rafael (1989-91) VASQUEZ, Will (1986-87) VERDON, James (1978-79) VILLALOBOS, Sam (1955-57) -WWALTON, Adam (1997-98) WANAMAKER, Bill (1957-59) WARNER, Scott (1985-86) WASHINGTON, Al (1970-71) WATERS, Isaac (2007-08) WEBB, James (1976-77) WEBSTER, Mike (1967-68) WEISSE, Dennis (1974-77) WELLS, Leon (2012-14) WELLS, Mike (1968-70) WENZELBERG, Arvin (1958-61) WHITESIDE, Carlton (1995-96) WILLCOX, Bryan (1994-95) WILLIAMS, Art (1961-62) WILLIAMS, Art (1972-74) WILLIAMS, Don (1951-52) WILLIAMS, Greg (1994-95) WILLIAMS, Jonathan (2000-04) WILLIAMS, LeRoy (1971-74) WILLIAMS, Ricky (1979-80) WILLIAMS, T.J. (1998-02) WILLIAMS, Ted (1962-63, 64-65) WILSON, Cedric (1980-82) WILSON, S. (1969-70) WINGATE, Darryl (1983-87) WIRTH, Jeff (1979-81) WOODEN, Tony (1975-76) WOODHULL, George (1947-48) WOOLERY, Terryl (1996-98) WORLEY, Geoff (1977-79) -YYAMAMOTO, Kik (1957-58) YATES, Leonard (1952-53) YEATER, Mark (1997-98) YODER, Dick (1964-65) YOUNG, Henry (1984-86) -ZZABEL, Darin (1991-92)

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Conference Honorees 1967-68 Second Team: Cleo Robinson

1995-96 Honorable Mention: Mike Reynolds, Tyrone Merriweather, Reuben Jones

1969-70 Second Team: Larry Parks, James Dunn

1996-97 First Team: Terryl Woolery Honorable Mention: Scott Charity, John Miller

1970-71 Second Team: Glen Jones 1971-72 Second Team: Alan Smith Honorable Mention: Bob Brooks, Glen Jones, Gary Anderson 1972-73 First Team: Alan Smith Second Team: George Thompson 1974-75 First Team: Joe Sills, Paul Newton 1975-76 First Team: Joe Sills, Jack Gamulin Second Team: Paul Newton 1978-79 First Team: Don Johnson Honorable Mention: Cleve Porter 1982-83 Honorable Mention: Mark McKelvy 1983-84 Second Team: Eddie Brown 1984-85 Second Team: Eddie Brown 1985-86 Second Team: Gregg Brofer Honorable Mention: Darron Suttle 1986-87 Second Team: Bill Dobbs Honorable Mention: Zenon M 1987-88 Second Team: Tony Theisen 1988-89 Second Team: Forrest Barnes

1997-98 First Team: Terryl Woolery Second Team: Julian Hammond 1998-99 Honorable Mention: Julian Hammond, Nick Alexander 1999-00 First Team: Julian Hammond Honorable Mention: Terrell Davis 2000-01 Second Team: Lucas LeCour Honorable Mention: Steve Lambert 2001-02 First Team: Lucas LeCour 2002-03 First Team: Jeff Bonds Second Team: David Sybesma, Jonathan Williams 2003-04 First Team: Jeff Bonds, David Sybesma Second Team: Jonathan Williams 2004-05 CCAA Player of the Year: David Sybesma First Team: Jeff Bonds, David Sybesma Second Team: Hervey Malone II 2005-06 CCAA Freshman of the Year: Larry Gordon First Team: Dion Cook, Jonathan Boyd 2006-07 CCAA Freshman of the Year: Donnelle Booker First Team: Dion Cook, Larry Gordon 2007-08 First Team: Larry Gordon Second Team: Angelo Tsagarakis

1989-90 First Team: Terry Ross Third Team: Chancellor McCobb

2008-09 CCAA Player of the Year: Larry Gordon First Team: Larry Gordon, Austin Swift Second Team: Tobias Jahn

1990-91 CCAA Player of the Year: Terry Ross First Team: Terry Ross Second Team: Andre Harrell

2009-10 First Team: Austin Swift Second Team: Donnelle Booker, Dwayne Fells, Dahir Nasser

1991-92 First Team: Chancellor McCobb Second Team: Andre Harrell 1992-93 Second Team: Matt Mitchell 1993-94 Honorable Mention: Damon Ballard, Matt Mitchell 1994-95 Second Team: Bobby McRae Honorable Mention: Barnabas Jones, Bryan Willcox

2010-11 First Team: Dwayne Fells Second Team: Kevin Menner 2011-12 First Team: Mitchel Anderson Second Team: Matt Rosser 2012-13 CCAA Player of the Year: Mitchel Anderson First Team: Mitchel Anderson, Terrence Drisdom Second Team: DeRonn Scott 2013-14 First Team: Jordan Faison, DeRonn Scott

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Region Honorees 1967 Second Team: Dave Jones 1971 Second Team: Billie Jackson

2002 Second Team: Lucas LeCour

1973 First Team: Alan Smith

2004 First Team: Jeff Bonds Second Team: David Sybesma

1974 Second Team: Pinky Williams

2005 First Team: Jeff Bonds, David Sybesma

1975 Third Team: Paul Newton

2006 First Team: Dion Cook

1976 First Team: Joe Sills Second Team: Jack Gamulin

2007 First Team: Dion Cook

1978 First Team: Charlie Johnson 1981 Second Team: Willie Brigham 1990 First Team: Terry Ross 1991 First Team: Terry Ross 1992 Second Team: Chancellor McCobb

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2001 Second Team: Lucas LeCour

2008 First Team: Larry Gordon 2009 First Team: Larry Gordon 2010 Second Team: Austin Swift Elite 8 All-Tournament Team 2009 Larry Gordon Walter Thompson

1997 Second Team: Terryl Woolery

2010 Austin Swift – Most Outstanding Player Dahir Nasser

1998 First Team: Terryl Woolery

2012 Mitchel Anderson

1999 Second Team: Nick Alexander Honorable Mention: Julian Hammond

2013 Mitchel Anderson Terrence Drisdom

2000 Second Team: Julian Hammond

2014 Second Team: DeRonn Scott


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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Series Results Alameda 1-0 Albertson College 1-0 Alaska-Fairbanks 5-1 Alaska-Southeast 0-1 Alumni 1-0 Alliant International 8-4 American Sports 1-0 Angelo State 1-0 Arizona 0-2 Arizona State 1-1 Athletes In Action 0-2 Augustana (S.D.) 1-0 Augusta State 1-0 Azusa Pacific 28-10 Baker 1-0 Bentley 1-0 Bemidji State 0-1 Bethany College 1-0 Bethel College 1-0 Bethesda 1-0 Biola 16-9 Boise State 0-1 BYU 0-1 BYU Hawaii 3-0 California 0-3 Cal Baptist 4-1 Cal Tech 8-3 California Christian 1-0 Cal Lutheran 5-2 Cal Poly 23-32 Cal State Bakersfield 24-50 Cal State Dominguez Hills 42-36 Cal State Fullerton 16-15 Cal State East Bay 18-8 Cal State L.A. 58-51 Cal State Monterey Bay 16-5 Cal State Northridge 32-32 Cal State San Bernardino 28-23 Cal State Stanislaus 27-8 Central Washington 1-2 Chaminade 1-1 Chapman 31-30 Chico State 28-18 Christian Heritage 1-0 Claremont-Mudd 3-1 College of Sante Fe 0-1 College of Sequoias 1-0 Colorado College 1-0

Colorado School of Mines 3-0 Concordia 3-0 Dayton 0-3 Dixie State 2-0 Dominican 4-0 Dordt College 1-0 Drake 0-1 Emporia State 0-1 Evansville 0-1 Findlay 0-1 Fresno Pacific 3-1 Fresno State 7-10 Grand Canyon 15-16 Hamline 1-0 Hastings College 1-0 Hawaii Hilo 2-2 Hawaii Pacific 0-1 Holy Names 1-0 Hope International 2-0 Houston 0-1 Humboldt State 17-11 Idaho State 0-1 Illinois State 0-1 Indiana, Pa. 1-0 Iowa 0-1 Kansas State 0-2 Kentucky Wesleyan 0-1 L.A. Pacific 1-0 La Sierra 1-0 La Verne 14-10 Le Moyne 1-0 Lewis & Clark 2-0 Long Beach State 12-14 Loyola Marymount 2-2 Louisville 0-1 Mather Field 0-1 Menlo College 2-0 Mesa State 1-0 Metro State 0-1 Marine Corps Rec. Depot 2-2 Minnesota-Duluth 0-1 Missouri 0-1 Montana State 0-1 Montana State-Billings 1-3 Montana Tech 1-0 Mount Marty 1-0 NTC 1-0 Nebraska Wesleyan 1-0

Nevada 1-2 New Mexico 0-1 Northern Arizona 1-5 North Central 0-1 Northern Colorado 0-1 North Dakota 0-1 North Dakota State 2-1 Northern Illinois 0-1 Northern State 0-1 Northwest Nazarene 2-0 Notre Dame 0-2 Notre Dame de Namur 9-0 Occidental 10-6 Ohio State 0-2 Oklahoma State 0-1 Oral Roberts 0-1 Oregon 0-2 Oregon Tech 0-1 Pacific Bible College 1-0 Pasadena College 12-11 Pasadena Nazarene 0-3 Pacific 2-0 Pacifica College 1-0 Pacific Christian 6-0 Pacific Lutheran 0-1 Pacifica 1-0 Pepperdine 0-1 Point Loma 6-2 Pomona-Pitzer 15-5 Portland 1-1 Puget Sound 1-1 Purdue Calumet 1-0 Quinnipiac 0-1 Redlands 8-4 Reedley JC 0-1 Regis College 1-1 Sacramento State 8-9 St. Joseph’s 1-0 St. Martin’s 3-1 St. Thomas Aquinas 1-0 San Diego 19-13 San Diego State 6-15 San Francisco State 37-14 San Jose Bible College 1-0 San Jose State 0-2 Seattle 2-2 Seattle Pacific 3-6 Sheldon Jackson 1-0

Simon Fraser 1-0 Sonoma State 29-15 South Carolina 0-1 Southern Connecticut St. 1-1 South Dakota Tech 1-0 Southern Oregon 1-0 Southern Utah 2-5 Southwestern 1-0 Southwest Minn. State 1-0 Stanford 0-3 Tahoe College 1-0 Tarleton State 0-1 Texas 0-1 Texas-El Paso 0-1 Texas Pan American 0-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 0-1 The Master’s College 4-4 Toledo 0-1 Tulsa 0-1 UC Davis 14-12 UC Irvine 2-6 UC Riverside 32-46 UC San Diego 25-8 UC Santa Barbara 1-6 UC Santa Cruz 1-0 UNLV 8-8 U of San Francisco 0-1 Vanderbilt 0-3 Vanguard 15-4 Weber State 0-1 West Coast Christian 3-0 Western Michigan 0-1 Western New Mexico 2-0 Western Oregon 0-1 Western Washington 5-6 Westmont 15-5 Wheaton 1-0 Whittier 9-9 Willamette 1-0 Winona State 2-1 Wyoming 0-1

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Year-by-Year Results 1954-55 (11-19) Bob Stull Cal Baptist W 45-36 Pasadena Nazarene L 51-66 Biola W 72-27 College of Sequoias W 60-57 Long Beach State L 61-71 Cal Tech L 39-78 Cal State L.A. L 49-75 San Jose State L 46-69 Humboldt State L 46-64 Sacramento State W 58-52 Mather Field L 51-66 Reedley JC L 64-68 Pomona L 40-42 La Verne W 78-76 Cal Tech L 49-58 Pasadena Nazarene L 62-70 Whittier L 41-51 Chapman W 56-49 Pasadena Nazarene L 50-62 Occidental L 61-70 Whittier L 51-84 UC Riverside W 68-49 Chapman L 64-68 La Verne L 62-68 Pomona W 53-38 Westmont L 62-66 Redlands L 44-50 Long Beach State W 55-53 UC Riverside W 81-54 Westmont W 81-72 1955-56 (13-11) Bob Stull Redlands W 71-50 Westmont W 66-55 Pomona W 59-43 Cal Tech L 47-49 UC Riverside L 58-60 La Verne L 46-47 Long Beach State W 57-49 Alliant L 47-95 Chapman W 69-55 Redlands W 51-50 San Francisco State W 74-58 La Verne W 57-48 Pomona L 53-60 Grand Canyon L 57-59 Occidental W 90-73 Chapman W 81-59 Grand Canyon L 66-70 Long Beach State L 68-70 UC Riverside L 40-57 Alliant L 26-82 Westmont W 75-67 La Verne L 63-77 Long Beach State W 56-54

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Westmont

W 85-67

1956-57 (11-10) Bob Stull LA Pacific W 72-70 Cal State L.A. L 54-71 Grand Canyon L 55-64 Pacific Bible College W 55-49 Pomona L 48-63 Cal Tech W 73-35 UC Riverside W 59-48 Chapman L 60-70 Cal State L.A. L 66-92 La Verne L 67-76 Long Beach State L 54-77 San Diego L 41-62 Cal Tech W 53-41 Chapman W 59-52 La Verne W 52-51 UC Riverside W 63-46 Pomona L 53-72 Redlands W 49-45 San Diego W 61-54 Long Beach State W 75-73 Grand Canyon L 74-76 1957-58 (6-14) Bob Stull Cal Tech W 59-44 Grand Canyon L 71-76 Occidental L 65-101 Cal State L.A. L 59-95 San Diego L 45-56 Redlands L 43-45 La Verne L 59-75 Chapman L 36-73 Cal State L.A. L 45-79 UC Riverside W 62-49 Pomona L 54-61 Whittier L 49-58 Chapman L 50-59 Redlands L 53-55 Pomona W 58-55 Whittier L 54-58 UC Riverside W 67-43 Cal Tech W 64-51 La Verne L 57-62 San Diego W 71-63 1958-59 (15-10) Bob Stull Cal State L.A. L 75-101 Chapman L 39-66 La Verne L 54-71 Long Beach State L 61-69 Alliant W 47-42 Alliant W 57-51

Westmont L 52-62 Claremont W 66-51 Pomona W 60-40 Biola W 88-64 Cal Tech W 62-45 La Verne L 58-60 Westmont L 76-78 Cal State Northridge W 89-60 Claremont W 83-42 Chapman L 75-94 Cal Tech W 77-57 Occidental W 78-69 Biola W 58-53 Pomona W 77-63 Cal State Northridge W 74-63 UC Riverside W 74-69 Cal State L.A. L 79-104 Redlands W 66-64 La Verne L 64-66 1959-60 (15-11) Bob Stull UC Santa Barbara L 60-82 Occidental L 58-64 Humboldt State W 68-59 Humboldt State W 47-46 Chico State L 62-67 Sacramento State L 47-79 Pomona W 75-62 Cal Western W 61-50 San Diego W 80-52 Westmont W 64-55 Chapman L 57-76 La Verne W 82-61 Cal Western L 55-68 Cal Tech W 74-57 Cal State L.A. L 81-112 Cal State Northridge W 76-69 La Verne W 83-66 UC Riverside W 94-81 Sacramento State L 61-66 Biola W 73-58 Pasadena College L 70-80 UC Riverside W 85-49 Cal Tech W 85-52 Cal State L.A. L 68-105 Biola W 86-66 Long Beach State L 75-81 1960-61 (13-16) Bob Stull UC Santa Barbara L 55-95 Occidental L 83-85 Sacramento State W 78-74 Pasadena College L 75-101 NTC W 89-72 Alliant W 69-65 Marine Corp. Recruit Dep. L 58-76


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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Year-by-Year Results Chapman W 71-68 Pacific Lutheran L 87-102 Willamette W 63-59 Fresno State L 69-78 San Francisco State L 82-83 Biola W 111-57 Pasadena College L 65-71 Cal State L.A. L 78-111 Long Beach State L 78-85 CS Fullerton W 94-86 Pepperdine L 71-75 Long Beach State W 80-78 San Francisco State L 68-70 Whittier L 63-80 San Francisco State W 93-51 UNLV W 81-77 UNLV L 74-87 Cal State L.A. L 77-82 CS Fullerton L 70-87 UC Riverside W 69-54 UNLV W 70-64 Alliant W 66-53 1961-62 (19-9) Bob Stull UC Santa Barbara W 72-52 Alumni W 80-62 #Pacific W 97-55 #Sacramento State L 67-69 CS Long Beach L 67-84 Fresno State L 81-87 Chapman W 63-62 CS Long Beach W 84-79 CS Fullerton L 63-86 UNLV W 85-80 Orange State College L 73-80 CS Northridge W 72-58 Marine Corp. Recruit Dep. W 120-117 Pasadena College L 96-109 CS Fullerton W 90-81 Long Beach State W 70-69 San Francisco State W 84-80 Sacramento State L 66-88 San Diego W 58-36 Chapman W 81-74 Pasadena College W 91-81 UNLV W 78-58 CS Northridge W 92-81 Marine Corp. Recruit Dep. L 55-83 CS Fullerton W 85-79 San Diego W 69-52 Fresno State W 88-81 Sacramento State L 65-73 # - Sacramento Invitational 1962-63 (17-9) Bob Stull Occidental

W 65-63

@San Diego State L 58-68 #Sacramento State W 54-53 #Pacific W 86-75 @Long Beach State W 85-80 %CS Fullerton L 76-104 %Hamline W 69-53 %Sacramento State L 67-76 Pasadena College L 73-74 Westmont W 76-71 @CS Fullerton L 73-82 Pasadena College W 80-75 Westmont W 74-56 @San Francisco State W 71-61 @Alameda State W 66-53 CS Northridge W 85-73 Whittier W 89-76 @Occidental L 74-76 Chapman L 89-91 @Westmont W 101-78 @Alliant W 86-69 @Pasadena College W 88-81 @CS Northridge W 98-78 Chapman W 72-60 @CS Fullerton L 87-97 San Diego L 70-76 # - Sacramento State Tournament % - Kris Kringle Tournament, Fullerton 1963-64 (23-6) Bob Stull CS Northridge L 89-98 Occidental W 95-60 Cal State L.A. L 81-89 #Redlands W 76-60 #UNLV W 95-85 #CS Northridge W 89-83 CS Northridge W 96-64 Long Beach State W 108-83 Westmont W 103-56 CS Fullerton W 103-96 Pasadena College W 92-74 Chapman L 79-84 Occidental W 86-70 UNLV W 79-66 Alliant W 78-61 Long Beach State W 106-71 San Diego State W 96-68 San Diego W 90-49 Chapman W 106-89 San Diego State L 75-86 CS Northridge W 81-63 Pasadena College W 82-71 San Diego W 68-67 CS Fullerton W 89-73 UNLV L 61-68 Westmont W 78-69 NCAA Regionals at Fresno, Calif. Nevada W 99-71

Fresno State W 79-72 NCAA Elite Eight at Evansville, Ind. Evansville L 73-95 # - Kris Kringle Tournament, Fullerton 1964-65 (16-9) Bob Stull @Occidental L 87-88 #UNLV L 68-73 #Chapman W 88-79 #CS Fullerton W 87-69 @Cal State L.A. L 87-90 CS Northridge W 111-71 Westmont W 96-57 CS Fullerton W 90-47 Marine Corp. Recruit Dep. W 87-62 San Diego W 75-47 Cal State L.A. W 84-79 @San Diego State L 64-65 @UNLV W 79-61 @Pasadena College L 89-98 @Long Beach State L 76-82 San Diego State W 69-54 @Fresno State L 69-80 @San Diego W 50-47 Pasadena College W 97-69 @Westmont W 83-55 @CS Northridge L 68-79 @Chapman W 70-66 @CS Fullerton W 90-63 @Alliant W 73-48 @UNLV L 56-61 # - Kris Kringle Tournament, Fullerton 1965-66 (18-8) Bob Stull @Arizona State L 60-74 @Occidental W 88-72 San Diego State W 82-80 @Chapman W 72-68 #L.A. Air Force W 128-94 #Claremont-Mudd L 80-83 #Azusa Pacific W 76-63 @Westmont W 92-74 @UNLV L 79-87 Pasadena College W 82-64 @San Diego W 60-57 @Cal State L.A. W 84-82 Azusa Pacific W 101-62 CS Northridge W 85-79 @San Diego State W 79-66 @Pasadena College W 101-84 @Fresno State L 72-80 Long Beach State W 91-81 @Northern Arizona L 82-93 @Arizona L 70-79 CS Northridge L 84-93

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Year-by-Year Results Chapman W 95-61 Cal State L.A. W 84-69 Fresno State W 72-70 San Diego L 63-71 UNLV W 68-65 # - Pasadena Invitational 1966-67 (16-10) Bob Stull @San Diego L 58-59 #Southern Utah W 70-67 #Whittier W 84-80 #Pasadena College W 88-78 Cal State East Bay W 87-68 %Occidental W 88-66 %Azusa Pacific W 103-76 UNLV L 67-80 @San Diego State L 66-78 Westmont W 81-80 @Cal State L.A. W 104-95 CS Northridge L 76-89 Azusa Pacific W 105-76 Chapman W 75-56 @Pasadena College L 77-96 @Long Beach State W 80-75 @Fresno State W 59-56 @Azusa Pacific L 92-93 San Diego State L 66-76 @CS Northridge L 86-91 @Chapman W 99-79 Cal State L.A. L 85-88 Pasadena College W 92-62 San Diego W 83-65 Fresno State W 89-81 @UNLV L 81-82 # - Pasadena College Tournament % - Freeway Classic, Cal State L.A. 1967-68 (10-16) Bob Stull @San Diego Pasadena College @Azusa Pacific #Vanguard #Azusa Pacific #Pasadena College @San Diego State @Long Beach State CS Northridge @Cal State L.A. Chapman San Diego @Cal State East Bay Cal Poly Fresno State CS Fullerton @Pasadena College Azusa Pacific

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L 50-65 L 66-78 L 91-93 W 125-73 W 101-96 L 77-102 W 75-72 L 74-94 W 91-75 L 85-87 L 80-84 L 52-53 L 65-82 W 101-75 W 63-59 W 84-68 L 59-71 W 84-73

San Diego State Long Beach State @Chapman @CS Northridge Cal State L.A. Cal Poly @Fresno State @CS Fullerton

L 64-68 W 87-79 L 71-93 L 71-74 W 97-85 L 89-90 L 77-80 L 97-102

1968-69 (8-18) Bob Stull @Iowa L 73-91 @Drake L 79-118 @Tulsa L 90-101 #Grand Canyon W 84-79 #La Verne L 90-95 #Pasadena College W 99-84 Athletes In Action L 80-113 UC Riverside W 108-89 San Diego State L 66-76 @Long Beach State L 76-119 @CS Northridge L 95-96 Cal State L.A. L 95-103 @Pasadena College L 69-74 San Diego W 64-60 @Fresno State L 86-112 @Cal Poly L 87-91 Pasadena College W 69-61 @CS Fullerton L 83-90 @San Diego W 75-66 @San Diego State L 98-99 Long Beach State L 70-87 CS Northridge L 70-80 @Cal State L.A. L 106-112 Fresno State L 63-79 Cal Poly W 100-84 CS Fullerton W 89-87 # - Pasadena Tournament 1969-70 (10-16) Bob Stull @Arizona State $UC San Diego $Pomona College $UC Davis $Northern Arizona @Northern Arizona #Fresno State #Northern Arizona ^Occidental ^Tahoe College @San Diego State @CS Northridge Cal Poly CS Fullerton UC Irvine San Diego @Cal State L.A.

W 77-76 L 68-84 W 84-68 L 82-85 L 80-81 L 78-87 L 88-97 L 76-91 L 105-110 W 128-104 L 78-86 W 100-97* W 86-71* W 68-66* L 70-72 W 88-81 L 87-95

San Diego State W 83-71 @UC Riverside L 96-105 Cal State L.A. L 103-119 @San Diego L 70-80 CS Northridge W 103-95* @Cal Poly W 84-82* @CS Fullerton L 78-87 @UC Irvine L 91-99 UC Riverside L 91-93 $ - San Diego State Tournament # - Fresno State Tournament ^ - UC Irvine Tournament *Forfeited 5 games 1970-71 (8-18) Bob Stull @Cal State L.A. L 74-103 @Western Michigan L 67-88 @Northern Illinois L 105-123 @Sacramento State L 59-65 @Seattle Pacific L 61-67 @Seattle Pacific L 80-92 Cal Lutheran W 98-92 Occidental W 102-97 #CS Northridge W 116-113 #UC Irvine L 75-92 #Cal Poly W 110-98 CS Northridge L 74-100 Cal Poly L 82-88 @CS Fullerton L 83-96 @San Diego W 84-74 @UC Santa Barbara L 68-123 Chico State W 67-53 UC Riverside W 67-66 Whittier L 71-93 Cal State L.A. W 82-81 @CS Northridge L 62-69 @Cal Poly L 69-86 CS Fullerton L 76-94 UC Irvine L 72-84 @UC Riverside L 75-91 San Diego L 90-102 # - UC Irvine Tourney 1971-72 (14-12) Dan Ayala @Oklahoma @Oral Roberts Augustana (S.D.) San Diego @Weber State @Idaho State @Boise State San Diego @Fresno State Westmont Hastings College Fresno State

L 65-68 L 68-69 W 87-75 W 78-63 L 41-54 L 70-72 L 53-66 W 90-66 W 68-66 L 60-72 W 85-74 L 63-78


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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Year-by-Year Results CS Dominguez Hills W 98-52 @UC Riverside W 88-80 CS Northridge L 85-101 Cal Poly L 69-83 Whittier W 67-66 CS Fullerton W 78-62 UC Irvine W 75-62 UC Santa Barbara L 64-71 CS Bakersfield W 72-64 CS Dominguez Hills W 111-62 UC Riverside W 70-66 CS Northridge L 60-65 Cal Poly L 69-71 CS Fullerton W 92-78 1972-73 (13-10) Dan Ayala @New Mexico L 50-83 #CS Bakersfield W 87-75 #Sonoma State L 68-73 Whittier W 89-61 Portland W 76-60 @Northern Arizona W 81-79 @Occidental L 74-80 @Texas Corpus Christi L 67-68 @Texas-Pan American L 63-65 UC Riverside L 55-61 CS Bakersfield L 69-82 Cal Poly W 87-71 Chapman W 102-51 @Oregon L 63-73 @CS Fullerton W 74-68 @CS Northridge W 86-71 @UC Irvine W 70-66 @San Diego W 65-61 CS Northridge W 74-65 CS Fullerton W 56-55 @Cal Poly L 52-54 @CS Bakersfield W 71-63 @UC Riverside L 64-71 # - Sonoma State Tournament 1973-74 (9-17) Don Hogan Northern Arizona L 60-64 UC Irvine L 80-98 CS Stanislaus W 78-70 @Arizona L 54-87 Wheaton W 90-78 @Long Beach State L 54-79 North Dakota State W 87-85 @UNLV L 61-110 Sonoma State L 67-72 Purdue-Calumet W 90-64 Occidental W 53-52 Cal State L.A. L 75-97 @Cal Poly L 52-63 @CS Bakersfield L 65-80

CS Northridge CS Fullerton San Diego @Cal State L.A. @UC Riverside @San Diego @Whittier UC Riverside @CS Fullerton @CS Northridge CS Bakersfield Cal Poly 1974-75 (13-12) Don Hogan

W 95-93 L 60-71 L 55-61 L 84-98 L 71-89 L 73-98 L 80-93 W 81-78 L 71-78 W 85-84 W 78-77 L 75-79

@Biola L 80-83 @Alliant L 56-64 @UC San Diego L 70-77 @CS Fullerton L 62-80 Cal State L.A. W 59-58 @Cal Lutheran W 107-78 CS Bakersfield W 44-36 Cal Poly W 57-50 CS Fullerton L 54-61 Cal Lutheran W 109-82 @CS Northridge L 71-80 Sacramento State W 59-58 @Azusa Pacific W 80-65 UC Riverside W 55-53 Biola W 71-70 Azusa Pacific W 90-68 Whittier W 72-47 @Fresno State L 60-81 @UC Riverside L 77-81 Chapman L 81-82 CS Northridge W 76-67 @Cal State L.A. L 70-71 UC Irvine L 63-83 @Cal Poly W 61-59 @CS Bakersfield L 77-83 1975-76 (16-13) Don Hogan CS Dominguez Hills W 112-75 La Verne W 74-57 @Houston L 63-74 @Texas L 66-77 @Louisville L 70-84 @North Dakota L 76-81 Point Loma W 96-80 @Stanford L 61-63 Biola W 87-67 @CS Dominguez Hills W 107-71 Azusa Pacific W 81-73 CS Northridge W 73-59 @UC Riverside W 92-70 San Diego W 78-70 @CS Bakersfield W 87-83

@Cal Poly San Francisco State Azusa Pacific Cal State L.A. Ath. In Action (Exh) Chapman College @San Diego @Cal State L.A. Cal Poly CS Bakersfield UC Riverside @CS Northridge NCAA Regional at Tacoma, Wash. Puget Sound UC Davis

W 68-62 L 83-84 L 65-67 W 76-75 (OT) L 78-81 W 102-89 L 42-43 L 81-87 L 72-75 L 81-82 W 67-61 (OT) W 92-74 L 65-80 W 84-82

1976-77 (14-13) Don Hogan @Dayton L 73-83 @South Carolina L 64-86 @Notre Dame L 67-93 @Kansas State L 68-87 @Vanguard W 103-86 @Whittier L 79-93 @Azusa Pacific W 63-59 @San Francisco State W 91-79 @San Francisco L 68-96 @Nevada L 64-74 Azusa Pacific L 58-59 CS Dominguez Hills W 78-60 @Point Loma W 99-84 @UC Riverside W 74-61 @Loyola Marymount W 74-67 @CS Northridge L 38-40 Vanguard L 68-76 Cal Poly W 74-73 (2OT) CS Bakersfield L 61-76 La Verne W 89-64 @Cal State L.A. L 80-82* UC Riverside L 55-71 Cal State L.A. L 82-93* CS Northridge W 53-50 Biola W 63-60 @CS Bakersfield W 72-71 @Cal Poly L 63-80 * CSLA later forfeited 1977-78 (14-12) Don Hogan @Stanford L 91-92 @California L 59-92 @Nevada L 78-102 Whittier W 61-57 @Vanguard L 90-92 @Azusa Pacific W 87-83 @Vanderbilt L 72-88 @Ohio State L 63-90

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Year-by-Year Results @Missouri Vanguard Chapman @Cal Baptist CS Northridge Azusa Pacific @CS Bakersfield @Cal Poly @Cal State L.A. Cal Baptist Loyola Marymount UC Riverside Cal State L.A. @Chapman @CS Northridge @UC Riverside Cal Poly CS Bakersfield

L 60-70 W 93-75 W 69-62 L 67-74 L 70-74 W 94-75 L 85-86 W 66-59 W 73-71 W 92-74 L 84-89 W 70-66 W 90-82 W 78-75 L 68-79 W 69-61 W 61-60 W 107-99

1978-79 (14-13) Don Hogan @California L 52-73 @Stanford L 75-89 Chico State L 62-76 @Kansas State L 71-87 @Dayton L 67-81 @Vanderbilt L 62-65 @Illinois State L 74-92 @Biola W 57-51 @CS Dominguez Hills W 88-80 Whittier W 78-67 Azusa Pacific W 56-38 Chapman L 61-62 @Azusa Pacific W 70-38 Vanguard W 65-54 @CS Bakersfield W 75-60 @Cal Poly L 65-85 Loyola Marymount W 102-83 Cal State L.A. L 62-77 CS Northridge L 44-48 UC Riverside W 59-56 @UC Riverside L 61-74 @Vanguard W 86-84 @Cal State L.A. W 68-63 @CS Northridge W 66-50 CS Bakersfield W 30-26 Cal Poly L 64-66 Chapman W 74-65 1979-80 (14-12)* Don Hogan @Dayton L 72-95 @Vanderbilt L 74-90 @Ohio State L 46-87 @Whittier W 79-67* @Chico State L 72-80 @Sacramento State W 79-72* @Biola L 67-76

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@UC Riverside W 69-66* Claremont-Mudd W 81-63* Azusa Pacific W 88-66* CS Bakersfield L 69-72 Cal Poly L 57-65 @Azusa Pacific W 82-72* @Chapman L 81-84 CS Dominguez Hills W 95-73* Cal State L.A. W 93-84* @CS Northridge L 81-94 UC Riverside W 62-60 Biola W 62-50 CS Northridge W 73-64 @Cal State L.A. W 92-86 @Cal Baptist W 66-47 @CS Dominguez Hills L 71-74 Chapman W 75-62 Cal Poly L 61-62 CS Bakersfield L 78-88 * Later forfeited 8 games 1980-81 (20-7) Don Hogan @UC Davis L 58-65 @Cal State East Bay W 101-76 Pomona-Pitzer W 80-69 @Toledo L 62-96 @Notre Dame L 50-76 @Azusa Pacific W 76-68 Sacramento State W 67-63 @Whittier W 84-77 @Biola W 39-38 Cal State East Bay W 62-59 @San Diego L 70-72 @CS Bakersfield W 76-69 @Cal Poly L 58-73 Chapman L 67-68 @CS Dominguez Hills W 68-65 Cal State L.A. W 89-72 CS Northridge W 74-59 UC Riverside W 100-94 @CS Northridge W 71-66 @Cal State L.A. W 76-70 @Pomona-Pitzer W 74-72 CS Dominguez Hills W 56-54 @Chapman W 62-53 La Verne W 86-72 Cal Poly W 66-62 CS Bakersfield W 80-64 @UC Riverside L 66-68 1981-82 (7-19) Dan Carnevale Biola L 47-67 Whittier L 58-64 @San Francisco State L 46-47 @Point Loma L 59-62 @CS Fullerton L 57-74

@Wyoming L 50-88 Point Loma W 89-83 @Brigham Young L 65-89 #Central Washington L 67-77 #Southern Oregon W 84-68 Grand Canyon W 60-58 CS Bakersfield L 55-87 Cal Poly L 58-76 @Chapman College W 81-80 (OT) CS Dominguez Hills L 52-78 Cal State L.A. W 56-54 @CS Northridge L 45-51 @La Verne W 92-72 @UC Riverside L 62-76 CS Northridge W 63-62 @Cal State L.A. L 76-92 @CS Dominguez Hills L 71-89 Chapman L 63-68 @CS Bakersfield L 58-85 @Cal Poly L 60-63 UC Riverside L 66-82 # - Puget Sound Tourney, Tacoma, Wash. 1982-83 (8-20) Don Carnevale Redlands W 75-57 @Sonoma State L 62-75 @Fresno Pacific L 64-65 @Biola L 52-55 Puget Sound W 60-59 @UC Santa Barbara L 71-99 San Francisco State W 57-56 @Southern Utah L 67-78 College of Sante Fe L 69-74 &Azusa Pacific W 54-53 &UC Santa Cruz W 104-65 &Oregon Tech L 53-62 @Texas El Paso L 58-81 @Grand Canyon L 53-79 @CS Bakersfield L 50-79 @Cal Poly L 60-72 Chapman W 60-59 @CS Dominguez Hills L 63-77 @Cal State L.A. L 62-67 CS Northridge L 56-81 UC Riverside L 61-72 @CS Northridge L 69-76 Cal State L.A. W 79-63 CS Dominguez Hills L 60-80 @Chapman L 60-89 Cal Poly W 58-57 CS Bakersfield L 62-73 @UC Riverside L 71-88 & - Oregon Tech Tourney, Klamath Falls, Ore. 1983-84 (10-16) Dan Carnevale


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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Year-by-Year Results College of Sante Fe L 69-74 &Azusa Pacific W 54-53 &UC Santa Cruz W 104-65 &Oregon Tech L 53-62 @Texas El Paso L 58-81 @Grand Canyon L 53-79 @CS Bakersfield L 50-79 @Cal Poly L 60-72 Chapman W 60-59 @CS Dominguez Hills L 63-77 @Cal State L.A. L 62-67 CS Northridge L 56-81 UC Riverside L 61-72 @CS Northridge L 69-76 Cal State L.A. W 79-63 CS Dominguez Hills L 60-80 @Chapman L 60-89 Cal Poly W 58-57 CS Bakersfield L 62-73 @UC Riverside L 71-88 & - Oregon Tech Tourney, Klamath Falls, Ore. 1983-84 (10-16) Dan Carnevale Southern Utah W 108-86 @Pomona-Pitzer W 66-44 @San Francisco State W 63-61 @Cal State East Bay W 68-53 @CS Fullerton L 51-95 Biola W 45-44 @Redlands L 62-87 @Loyola Marymount L 66-93 Southern Connecticut L 64-67 Mt. Marty W 82-73 Cal Baptist W 72-68 CS Bakersfield L 46-58 Cal Poly W 57-56 @Chapman L 65-84 CS Dominguez Hills L 59-73 Azusa Pacific W 66-58 Cal State L.A. W 67-62 @CS Northridge L 59-62 @UC Riverside L 61-75 CS Northridge L 50-52 @Cal State L.A. L 57-74 @CS Dominguez Hills L 61-73 Chapman L 61-67 Cal Poly L 49-75 @CS Bakersfield L 68-93 UC Riverside L 70-114 1984-85 (7-22) George Fisher @Hawaii Pacific @Chaminade Sonoma State Cal State East Bay Pomona-Pitzer

L 65-88 L 53-57 L 54-55 L 69-70 W 60-57

UC Davis W 66-62 @Biola L 46-55 @Azusa Pacific W 83-63 Southern Utah L 66-72 San Francisco State W 74-66 &Northern State L 78-81 &Minnesota Duluth L 69-78 &Bemidji State L 73-80 Dordt W 72-64 Concordia W 68-65 @CS Bakersfield L 47-52 @Cal Poly L 55-74 Chapman L 67-73 @CS Dominguez Hills L 53-54 @Cal State L.A. L 65-77 CS Northridge L 47-57 UC Riverside L 69-78 @CS Northridge L 69-86 Cal State L.A. L 58-62 CS Dominguez Hills L 68-73 @Chapman W 63-55 Cal Poly L 37-40 CS Bakersfield L 57-77 @UC Riverside L 68-74 & - Northern State Tourney, Aberdeen, S.D. 1985-86 (14-13) George Fisher Bethel W 70-58 Cal State East Bay L 59-61 Biola L 61-71 Azusa Pacific W 78-62 Fresno Pacific W 81-65 Cal Lutheran W 85-69 @Pomona-Pitzer W 73-66 Seattle W 73-57 @Notre Dame de Namur W 76-67 @Cal State East Bay L 76-77 %Southern Utah L 66-70* %Colorado Mines W 82-52 Hawaii-Hilo W 79-53 @UC Riverside L 63-85 Cal Poly L 54-58 CS Bakersfield L 59-66 @Cal State L.A. L 64-81 CS Northridge W 52-47 @CS Dominguez Hills L 62-64 Chapman W 68-57 @Cal Poly L 66-75 @CS Bakersfield L 67-83 Cal State L.A. L 73-86 @CS Northridge W 69-63 CS Dominguez Hills W 72-65 @Chapman L 66-71 UC Riverside L 66-77 *Forfeit victory % - Played at Cedar City, Utah 1986-87 (11-16)

George Fisher Notre Dame de Namur W 55-36 Pomona-Pitzer W 76-66 @Azusa Pacific L 88-89 @West Coast Christian W 117-92 Azusa Pacific W 91-83 @Cal Lutheran L 95-96 @Portland L 69-73 @UC Davis W 88-79 Winona State W 76-67 Winona State L 62-64 @Montana State L 81-121 @Montana St.-Billings L 65-74 Baker W 83-70 UC Riverside L 75-85 Cal State L.A. W 78-66 CS Northridge L 55-58 @CS Bakersfield L 77-86 @Cal Poly W 60-57 @CS Dominguez Hills L 56-70 Chapman L 67-68 @UC Riverside L 77-91 @Cal State L.A. W 87-76 @CS Northridge L 69-74 CS Bakersfield W 104-98 Cal Poly L 93-94 CS Dominguez Hills L 63-68 Chapman L 80-83 1987-88 (11-16) Dave Bollwinkel San Francisco State W 95-83 Sacramento State W 104-98 @Long Beach State L 70-94 @San Diego State L 65-76 @UC Davis L 75-85 @Sacramento State L 88-95 Azusa Pacific W 86-69 @Hawaii-Hilo L 78-90 @Hawaii-Hilo L 81-83 @Biola L 73-79 Cal Lutheran L 80-85 San Jose Bible W 127-56 Seattle Pacific W 72-71 UC Riverside W 79-67 CS Northridge W 87-78 @Cal State L.A. W 88-85 @Chapman L 75-77 CS Dominguez Hills L 58-68 @Cal Poly L 61-72 @CS Bakersfield L 65-78 @UC Riverside L 78-87 @CS Northridge L 67-70 Cal State L.A. W 81-55 Chapman L 67-76 @CS Dominguez Hills L 54-66 Cal Poly W 72-64 CS Bakersfield W 71-70

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@Chapman W 66-65 % - Coyote Classic, San Bernardino

Biola L 60-71 @West Coast Christian W 109-34 UC Davis L 75-77 @Chico State L 78-96 @Dominican W 86-73 @San Francisco State L 70-81 Notre Dame de Namur W 70-53 @Grand Canyon L 93-119 @Cal Lutheran W 88-73 Alaska-Southeast L 83-94 @Azusa Pacific W 89-83 West Coast Christian W 135-71 @UC Riverside L 72-102 @Chapman L 76-101 CS Dominguez Hills L 51-73 CS Bakersfield L 83-94 Cal Poly L 66-80 @CS Northridge L 79-85 @Cal State L.A. L 67-79* UC Riverside L 93-104 Chapman L 71-97 @CS Dominguez Hills L 59-74 @CS Bakersfield L 86-99 @Cal Poly L 97-99 CS Northridge L 78-96 Cal State L.A. W 97-58 * CSULA later forfeited

1990-91 (15-14) Dave Bollwinkel

1989-90 (9-18) Dave Bollwinkel Pacific Christian Chico State @Southern Utah @California Pomona-Pitzer UC Davis @Notre Dame de Namur @Cal State East Bay North Central %La Verne %CS San Bernardino Grand Canyon Azusa Pacific CS Dominguez Hills Chapman @CS Bakersfield @Cal Poly CS Northridge @Cal State L.A. UC Riverside @UC Riverside CS Bakersfield Cal Poly @CS Northridge Cal State L.A. @CS Dominguez Hills

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W 110-83 L 95-104 L 94-112 L 72-95 W 88-83 W 81-80 W 80-74 L 69-80 L 67-71 W 103-101 W 80-74 L 74-83 L 73-80 W 69-63 L 56-63 L 74-89 L 94-106 W 103-90 L 53-72 L 67-68 L 78-85 L 102-104 L 69-83 L 68-75 L 68-69 L 65-72

Cal State East Bay W 61-60 Biola W 75-72 Sacramento State L 83-99 @Pomona-Pitzer W 78-56 @San Diego State L 78-94 @Sacramento State W 93-86 @UC Davis L 67-80 #Angelo State W 74-72 #Metro State L 74-96 %Chico State L 69-85 %Alaska Fairbanks W 122-89 %Humboldt State L 59-71 Nebraska Wesleyan W 90-71 Regis W 76-59 Quinnipiac L 65-77 Cal Poly W 89-68 Cal State L.A. W 59-57 @CS Bakersfield L 66-89 CS Dominguez Hills W 55-48 @Chapman W 62-58 @UC Riverside L 88-94 UC Riverside L 71-92 CS Bakersfield L 77-85 Chapman W 77-63 @CS Dominguez Hills L 68-70 @Cal State L.A. L 66-69 @Cal Poly W 107-97 *UC Riverside W 85-74 *CS Bakersfield L 74-85 *CCAA Tournament, Bakersfield # - Metro State Tournament, Denver % - Chico State Tournament 1991-92 (15-13) Dave Bollwinkel CS San Bernardino W 97-93 Seattle Pacific W 93-88 Occidental W 102-77 @Oregon L 69-83 @Northern Colorado L 67-85 @Regis L 80-95 @Sonoma State W 90-80 @Cal State East Bay L 73-76# UC Davis W 74-57 @Azusa Pacific W 91-86 @Southern Utah L 77-93 Sheldon Jackson W 73-50 Southern Connecticut W 72-67 CS Bakersfield L 60-73 Cal Poly W 112-101 @CS Dominguez Hills W 73-68 Chapman W 77-65

UC Riverside @CS San Bernardino @Cal State L.A. CS San Bernardino @UC Riverside @Chapman CS Dominguez Hills @Cal Poly @CS Bakersfield Cal State L.A. UC Riverside *CCAA Tournament #Forfeit victory

L 76-82 W 76-69 L 64-71 W 84-72 L 58-76 L 56-73 W 72-65 L 74-85 L 59-78 W 84-81 L 63-80*

1992-93 (14-13) Kevin Patterson Dominican W 103-55 Biola W 78-69 @San Diego State L 68-72 Cal State East Bay W 94-83 Sonoma State W 80-68 @Notre Dame de Namur W 80-74 @San Francisco State L 78-81 @UC Davis L 61-72 ^Humboldt State W 64-63 ^Emporia State L 91-100 ^Chico State L 81-92 Pacific Christian W 101-55 @CS Dominguez Hills L 56-74 @Chapman L 88-107 CS San Bernardino W 65-63 @UC Riverside L 65-75 Cal Poly W 77-59 CS Bakersfield L 62-76 @Cal State L.A. W 68-61 @CS Bakersfield L 59-71 @Cal Poly W 69-65 UC Riverside L 76-80 @CS San Bernardino L 66-83 Chapman W 76-70 CS Dominguez Hills W 60-56 Cal State L.A. W 89-76 &UC Riverside L 48-70 ^ - Chico State Tournament & - CCAA Tournament 1993-94 (12-14) Kevin Patterson California Christian W 123-36 Biola W 67-63 @Point Loma W 85-62 %Western Washington L 90-95 %Seattle Pacific L 67-68 @San Diego State L 58-86 The Master’s L 74-82 @Long Beach State L 63-96 @Sonoma State W 73-52 @Cal State East Bay W 74-54


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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Year-by-Year Results Pacific Christian W 123-77 San Francisco State W 63-61 Menlo College W 63-53 UC Davis W 76-74 Cal State L.A. L 49-70 @CS Dominguez Hills L 63-90 @UC Riverside L 65-87 Cal Poly W 71-58 CS Bakersfield L 40-55 @CS San Bernardino W 83-72 CS Dominguez Hills L 69-75 @Cal State L.A. L 54-59 @Cal Poly L 70-72 UC Riverside L 65-84 CS San Bernardino W 85-78 @CS Bakersfield L 76-87 % - Seattle Pacific Tourney 1994-95 (15-11) Tom Marshall Pacific Christian W 115-76 Notre Dame de Namur W 67-52 @The Master’s W 78-77 Sonoma State W 78-68 Point Loma W 92-84 @San Diego State L 71-80 @Menlo College W 68-64 @UC Davis W 81-68 Azusa Pacific L 72-80 Cal State East Bay W 69-64 ^Alaska Fairbanks W 81-77 ^Humboldt State W 71-61 ^Western New Mexico W 84-77 Redlands W 85-63 @CS San Bernardino W 83-74 UC Riverside L 55-61 @Grand Canyon L 66-84 Cal State L.A. L 72-75 @CS Bakersfield L 50-52 CS Dominguez Hills W 55-53 @UC Riverside L 58-78 Grand Canyon L 71-80 CS Bakersfield W 70-69 @Cal State L.A. L 64-68 CS San Bernardino L 51-52 @CS Dominguez Hills L 60-68 ^ - Chico State Tournament 1995-96 (17-10) Tom Marshall Biola L 60-79 Concordia W 68-65 #Point Loma L 67-76 #UC San Diego W 101-75 %UC-Colorado Springs W 70-48 %Colorado Mines W 64-59 @San Diego State L 48-67 @Cal State East Bay W 76-57

@Sonoma State W 73-60 UC Davis L 34-60 ^Alaska Fairbanks L 98-99 ^Lewis & Clark W 73-71 ^Sonoma State W 83-61 Azusa Pacific W 81-77 St. Thomas Aquinas W 64-54 CS San Bernardino W 54-53 @UC Riverside W 77-64 Grand Canyon L 76-78 @Cal State L.A. W 65-42 CS Bakersfield L 69-75 @CS Dominguez Hills W 78-57 UC Riverside L 53-70 @Grand Canyon W 85-73 @CS Bakersfield L 71-78 Cal State L.A. W 74-70 @CS San Bernardino L 66-83 CS Dominguez Hills W 64-62 # -- Triton Tip-off, LaJolla % - Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colo. ^ - Chico State Tournament 1996-97 (16-11) Tom Marshall Notre Dame de Namur W 83-72 Vanguard W 86-77 #Montana Tech W 83-76 #Mesa State W 86-75 @Concordia W 75-74 @San Jose State L 55-68 Christian Heritage W 103-57 Western New Mexico W 76-60 Cal State East Bay L 60-78 Albertson W 61-57 $Sonoma State L 78-85 $Chaminade W 69-47 $Alaska Fairbanks W 72-70 Pacific Christian W 79-58 @Azusa Pacific L 78-85 @Cal State L.A. L 69-73 CS Bakersfield L 87-90 @CS San Bernardino L 48-77 @UC Riverside W 85-77 Grand Canyon L 72-73 @CS Dominguez Hills W 84-70 @CS Bakersfield L 88-97 CS San Bernardino W 83-67 UC Riverside L 59-71 @Grand Canyon W 54-51 Cal State L.A. L 62-79 CS Dominguez Hills W 73-69 # - played at Grand Junction, Colo. $ - played at Chico, Calif. 1997-98 (15-12) Tom Marshall Bethany W 111-67

Chico State W 82-62 #South Dakota Tech W 85-55 @Colorado Mines W 79-74 @Redlands W 104-80 @Western Washington L 79-96 @Saint Martin’s L 62-74 Saint Martin’s W 97-72 Humboldt State W 87-81 @Azusa Pacific L 80-94 $Chico State L 78-86 $Bethany W 75-64 $Humboldt State W 65-59 @Pacific Christian W 99-70 @Christian Heritage L 81-86 Cal State L.A. W 53-47 @UC Riverside L 50-55 Grand Canyon L 77-84 @CS San Bernardino W 76-73 CS Bakersfield L 69-72 @CS Dominguez Hills L 81-87 UC Riverside W 64-63 @Grand Canyon W 78-69 @CS Bakersfield L 62-71 CS San Bernardino W 74-67 @Cal State L.A. L 68-84 CS Dominguez Hills L 74-79 # -- Colorado School of Mines Tourney $ - Chico State Tournament 1998-99 (14-13) Tim Rapp Fresno Pacific W 68-61 La Verne W 73-65 Lewis & Clark W 76-60 Cal State L.A. W 58-50 CS Dominguez Hills W 77-68 @CS San Bernardino L 68-78 @UC Riverside W 64-60 UC Davis W 80-78 Chico State W 72-56 #Humboldt State L 88-91 #Holy Names W 70-57 Sonoma State L 66-67 San Francisco State W 72-58 @CS Stanislaus L 71-78 @CS Bakersfield L 74-78 @Grand Canyon L 60-108 Grand Canyon W 74-61 @Cal State L.A. L 50-63 @CS Dominguez Hills L 73-80 CS San Bernardino L 74-80 UC Riverside L 70-75 @Chico State W 85-72 @UC Davis L 69-79 @Sonoma State L 76-84 @San Francisco State W 51-49 CS Stanislaus W 88-66 CS Bakersfield L 58-60 # - at Chico State Tournament

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Year-by-Year Results 1999-2000 (18-9) Tim Rapp La Verne Azusa Pacific The Master’s College @Vanguard @CS Dominguez Hills @Cal State L.A. UC Riverside CS San Bernardino @UC Davis @Chico State UC San Diego @San Francisco State @Sonoma State CS Bakersfield CS Stanislaus Grand Canyon @Grand Canyon CS Los Angeles CS Dominguez Hills @CS San Bernardino @UC Riverside Chico State UC Davis Sonoma State San Francisco State @CS Stanislaus @CS Bakersfield

W 96-70 W 108-98 L 86-93 W 67-65 W 85-72 L 73-75 W 65-61 W 88-83 L 70-75 W 78-61 W 93-83 W 78-63 W 88-77 L 77-86 W 93-86 W 87-76 L 71-73 W 60-55 W 81-66 L 79-81 L 61-77 W 85-79 W 73-71 W 73-64 L 55-63 W 82-76 L 61-78

2000-01 (17-10) Greg Kamansky Winona State Hope International @CS Northridge La Verne @San Francisco State @Sonoma State CS Bakersfield CS Stanislaus Vanguard @Cal State L.A. @CS Dominguez Hills UC San Diego Grand Canyon UC Davis Chico State @CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino Sonoma State San Francisco State @CS Stanislaus @CS Bakersfield CS Dominguez Hills Cal State L.A. @Chico State @UC Davis @Grand Canyon

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W 75-70 W 81-63 L 50-75 W 100-70 W 70-67 W 77-73 L 52-63 W 76-59 W 91-69 W 70-58 W 80-68 W 91-67 W 80-56 W 72-62 L 82-91 L 70-88 L 56-68 W 56-51 W 65-37 L 63-71 L 66-69 W 71-54 W 87-72 W 93-57 L 62-73 L 64-68

@UC San Diego 2001-02 (18-9) Greg Kamansky

L 70-74

@Vanguard @Azusa Pacific La Verne @CS Stanislaus @CS Bakersfield Cal State L.A. CS Dominguez Hills @Montana St. Billings Dominican @UC Davis @Chico State @UC San Diego @Grand Canyon San Francisco State Sonoma State CS San Bernardino @CS San Bernardino CS Stanislaus CS Bakersfield @CS Dominguez Hills @Cal State L.A. Chico State UC Davis Grand Canyon UC San Diego @Sonoma State @San Francisco State

W 65-52 L 50-64 W 97-63 W 70-65 W 67-47 W 54-50 W 71-62 L 80-105 W 75-59 L 74-82 W 81-71 L 64-70 W 93-66 W 69-44 W 59-54 L 63-66 L 56-67 W 86-57 W 70-65 L 59-69 W 73-58 W 76-57 L 71-85 W 86-69 W 88-66 W 67-62 L 63-67 (OT)

2002-03 (23-8) Greg Kamansky St. Martin’s^ @ Western Washington^ CS San Bernardino Pt. Loma Nazarene @ CS San Bernardino Vanguard Montana St. Billings CS Dominguez Hills Cal State L.A. @ Chico State @ UC Davis @ Grand Canyon @ UC San Diego Sonoma State San Francisco State CS Bakersfield CS Stanislaus @ Cal State L.A. @ CS Dominguez Hills UC Davis Chico State UC San Diego Grand Canyon @ San Francisco State

W 75-72 L 54-68 W 68-64 W 61-57 L 64-72 W 86-61 W 82-66 W 55-42 W 79-63 L 84-88 W 77-64 W 86-56 W 88-62 L 48-62 W 71-53 W 72-65 W 68-54 W 84-79 (2OT) L 62-67 W 65-43 L 72-73 W 57-41 W 63-56 W 55-54

@ Sonoma State W 62-60 @ CS Stanislaus L 68-72 @ CS Bakersfield W 67-62 NCAA West Regional At BYU Hawaii Alaska Fairbanks W 80-76 CS Bakersfield W 62-49 CS San Bernardino W 91-84 (2OT) NCAA Elite Eight At Lakeland, Fla. Kentucky Wesleyan L 60-85 ^ = Chuck Randall Tournament at WWU 2003-04 (21-7) Greg Kamansky Azusa Pacific^ L 68-78 @ Hope International^ W 77-58 @ Vanguard W 68-50 North Dakota State W 80-74 (OT) @ CS San Bernardino L 49-67 CS San Bernardino L 77-85 Western Washington W 100-91 Chico State W 89-75 UC Davis W 69-67 @ UC San Diego L 64-65 @ Grand Canyon W 74-55 @ Sonoma State W 74-64 @ San Francisco State W 61-49 Cal State L.A. W 65-50 CS Dominguez Hills W 72-62 @ CS Bakersfield L 47-57 @ CS Stanislaus W 70-56 CS Stanislaus W 75-66 (OT) CS Bakersfield W 64-61 @ CS Dominguez Hills W 71-62 @ Cal State L.A. W 68-56 San Francisco State W 73-45 Sonoma State W 68-52 @ UC Davis W 75-73 @ Chico State L 82-92 Grand Canyon W 77-58 UC San Diego W 71-66 NCAA West Regional At Cal State San Bernardino Humboldt State L 83-86 ! = Hope International Tournament 2004-05 (24-7) Greg Kamansky Vanguard W 85-61 Saint Martin’s^ L 68-74 @ Western Washington^ L 82-99 Sonoma State L 61-64 San Francisco State W 70-62 Seattle W 72-53 @ Grand Canyon W 59-46 Dominican W 75-61 BYU Hawaii W 84-70


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@ Cal State L.A. W 76-51 @ CS Bakersfield L 71-73 @ Chico State W 73-52 @ CS Stanislaus W 76-50 CS San Bernardino W 60-57 UC San Diego W 71-55 @ CS Dominguez Hills W 75-65 @ CS Monterey Bay L 53-54 @ San Francisco State W 78-66 @ Sonoma State W 66-45 CS Bakersfield W 76-58 Cal State L.A. W 80-51 CS Stanislaus W 95-80 Chico State W 68-64 @ UC San Diego W 70-50 @ CS San Bernardino L 66-73 CS Dominguez Hills W 73-50 CS Monterey Bay W 79-66 NCAA West Regionals At Bellingham, Wash. Seattle Pacific W 82-77 Hawaii-Hilo W 73-62 Alaska Fairbanks W 65-58 NCAA Elite Eight At Grand Forks, N.D. Tarleton State L 56-58 ^ = Chuck Randall Tournament at WWU 2005-06 (17-10) Greg Kamansky Saint Martin’s @ Seattle @ Northwest Nazarene @ Sonoma State @ San Francisco State @ Vanguard Western Washington Seattle Pacific Northwest Nazarene Cal State L.A. CS Bakersfield Chico State CS Stanislaus @ CS San Bernardino @ UC San Diego @ CS Dominguez Hills CS Monterey Bay San Francisco State Sonoma State @ CS Bakersfield @ Cal State L.A. @ CS Stanislaus @ Chico State UC San Diego CS San Bernardino CS Dominguez Hills @ CS Monterey Bay 2006-07 (20-8)

W 66-64 L 72-79 W 70-66 L 50-56 W 76-58 W 66-62 L 79-85 L 66-69 W 101-98 W 67-60 W 65-54 L 61-76 W 99-76 L 61-70 L 79-83(OT) L 55-58 W 84-64 W 99-52 W 77-72 W 70-69(OT) W 63-62 L 81-92(OT) W 67-54 W 56-53 W 63-50 L 59-60 W 77-72

Greg Kamansky Western Washington& W 75-66 @ Seattle Pacific& L 71-84 CS San Bernardino W 68-64 Sonoma State W 77-71 Humboldt State W 58-55 Vanguard W 77-69 Western Washington ! W 67-64 Central Washington! W 83-66 @ San Francisco State W 66-60 @ Cal State Monterey Bay L 60-68 Chico State W 76-44 Cal State Stanislaus L 82-85 @ CS Dominguez Hills W 79-76 @ UC San Diego W 60-54 Cal State Bakersfield L 59-65 Cal State L.A. W 77-75 @ Humboldt State L 62-84 @Sonoma State L 43-65 @ CS San Bernardino W 75-69 Cal State Monterey Bay W 78-67 San Francisco State W 79-63 @ Cal State Stanislaus W 89-83 @ Chico State W 73-60 UC San Diego W 68-65 CS Dominguez Hills W 70-69(OT) @ Cal State L.A. W 65-61 @ Cal State Bakersfield L 49-58 NCAA West Regionals at Arcata, Calif. Seattle L 55-69 & Sodexho Tip-off Classic, Seattle ! – Played in Las Vegas 2007-08 (13-15) Greg Kamansky @ UC Santa Barbara L 56-75 @ Vanguard L 60-64 San Francisco State L 59-69 Cal State Monterey Bay W 77-66 Western Washington! L 64-73 Central Washington! L 66-84 Le Moyne W 68-64 CS Dominguez Hills L 47-50 Cal State Los Angeles W 69-45 @ Chico State W 64-61 @ Cal State Stanislaus W 77-71 Cal State San Bernardino W 65-62 OT @ UC San Diego L 52-55 Humboldt State W 76-61 Sonoma State W 66-59 @ Cal State Monterey Bay L 52-69 @ San Francisco State L 60-73 @ Cal State Los Angeles W 67-52 @ CS Dominguez Hills L 69-72 OT Cal State Stanislaus L 62-64 Chico State W 72-49 @ CSU San Bernardino L 58-69

UC San Diego @ Sonoma State @ Humboldt State @ Humboldt State# CS Dominguez Hills$ UC San Diego$ ! -- Played in Las Vegas # -- CCAA First Round $ -- CCAA Championships

W 78-76 L 63-64 L 71-79 W 73-70 W 66-61 L 56-64

2008-09 (25-8) Greg Kamansky Vanguard W 54-43 Westmont W 77-62 @CS Dominguez Hills* L 63-84 @Cal State Los Angeles* W 65-64 OT @The Master’s College L 63-72 Western Washington# W 73-60 Southwestern (Kan.) W 73-39 Chico State* L 47-55 Cal State Stanislaus* W 90-66 @CSU San Bernardino* L 63-67 UC San Diego* W 54-51 @Humboldt State* L 55-61 @Sonoma State* W 77-76 OT Cal State Monterey Bay* W 79-60 San Francisco State* L 62-66 Cal State Los Angeles* W 61-41 CS Dominguez Hills* W 60-55 @Cal State Stanislaus* W 83-55 @Chico State* W 59-51 CS San Bernardino* W 73-71 OT @UC San Diego* W 61-39 Sonoma State* W 59-41 Humboldt State* W 68-59 @San Francisco State* W 72-56 @Cal State Monterey Bay* W 66-59 San Francisco State$ W 57-44 Cal State Monterey Bay$%L 49-54 OT NCAA Sub Regional at Bellingham, Wash. CS San Bernardino W 83-81 OT Seattle Pacific W 80-72 NCAA West Regional title at Laie, Hawaii at Brigham Young Hawaii W 59-58 NCAA Elite Eight at Springfield, Mass. Southwest Minnesota St. W 79-74 Augusta State W 74-70 Findlay L 53-56 OT # - at Las Vegas, Nev. * - CCAA contests $ - CCAA Tournament (Pomona, Calif.) $% - CCAA Tournament (San Bernardino)

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Cal Poly Pomona Men’s Basketball All-Time Year-by-Year Results 2009-10 (28-6) NCAA Champions Greg Kamansky @Westmont L 47-60 The Master’s College W 75-47 Cal State East Bay* W 64-37 UC San Diego* W 68-46 @Vanguard W 61-46 @Cal State Stanislaus* W 51-50 @Chico State* L 70-72 OT Sonoma State* W 74-60 Humboldt State* W 58-55 Cal State San Bernardino* L 58-66 CS Dominguez Hills* L 49-58 Cal State Los Angeles* L 53-54 @San Francisco State* W 63-60 @Cal State Monterey Bay* W 52-51 @UC San Diego* W 59-49 @Cal State East Bay* W 71-60 @CSU San Bernardino* W 63-59 Chico State* W 69-61 Cal State Stanislaus* W 65-32 @Humboldt State* W 67-58 @Sonoma State* W 65-63 @Cal State L.A.* W 68-54 @CS Dominguez Hills* W 68-58 Cal State Monterey Bay* W 79-46 San Francisco State* W 77-54 Cal State L.A.$ W 57-45 Chico State$^ W 80-77 CSU San Bernardino$^ L 52-58 NCAA West Regionals At Bellingham, Wash. Dixie State College W 71-62 @Western Washington W 76-75 OT Brigham Young Hawaii W 78-75 NCAA Elite Eight At Springfield, Mass. St. Joseph’s Indiana% W 69-48 Bentley% W 71-63 Indiana, Pa. W 65-53 * - CCAA contests $ - CCAA Tournament; ^- Played at Arcata 2010-11 (17-11) Greg Kamansky

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at Duke (Exh.) Pacifica at CSU Dominguez Hills* at Cal State L.A.* American Sports vs. Montana St. Billings vs. Simon Fraser San Francisco State* Cal State Monterey Bay* at Sonoma State* at Humboldt State* Cal State Stanislaus* Chico State* CSU San Bernardino*

L, 60-81 W, 86-50 L, 54-59 OT L, 45-50 W, 102-45 L, 46-52 W, 80-58 L, 60-64 W, 75-65 L, 60-82 L, 62-64 W, 52-37 W, 82-68 W, 69-61

at Cal State East Bay* W, 69-60 at UC San Diego* W, 54-52 at CSU Monterey Bay* W, 74-65 at San Francisco State* L, 66-68 Cal State L.A.* W, 64-48 CSU Dominguez Hills* W, 49-43 Humboldt State* L, 60-64 Sonoma State* W, 83-59 at Chico State* L, 58-62 at Cal State Stanislaus* W, 60-58 at CSU San Bernardino* L, 55-64 UC San Diego* W, 63-50 Cal State East Bay* W, 88-71 at San Francisco State$ W, 69-66 OT vs. CSU Dominguez Hills$ L, 49-63 $ - CCAA Tournament 2011-12 (19-8) Greg Kamansky Notre Dame de Namur at San Francisco State* Cal State Stanislaus* Chico State* at The Master’s College Pacifica College at CSU San Bernardino* at UC San Diego* Cal State East Bay* CSU Monterey Bay* at Humboldt State* at Sonoma State* San Francisco State* at CSU Dominguez Hills* at Cal State L.A.* UC San Diego* CSU San Bernardino* at Chico State* at Cal State Stanislaus* at CSU Monterey Bay* at Cal State East Bay* Sonoma State* Humboldt State* Cal State L.A.* CSU Dominguez Hills* Cal State Stanislaus$ vs. Humboldt State$ $ - CCAA Tournament

W, 57-48 W, 73-59 W, 66-65 W, 64-50 W, 58-56 W, 96-48 W, 85-76 OT W, 66-52 L, 54-57 W, 66-39 L, 64-74 L, 64-70 W, 65-54 L, 59-64 W, 59-49 W, 58-50 W, 67-54 L, 55-75 W, 65-56 W, 64-35 W, 52-52 L, 53-60 W, 64-47 L, 61-64 W, 60-58 2OT W, 69-67 L, 70-74

2012-13 (28-3) Greg Kamansky The Master’s College at Humboldt State * at Notre Dame de Namur vs. Fresno Pacific at Chico State * at Cal State Stanislaus * Bethesda Humboldt State * UC San Diego * CSU San Bernardino *

W, 75-65 W, 66-54 W, 67-49 W, 85-65 W, 67-64 W, 63-43 W, 66-44 W, 69-47 W, 52-51 L, 63-67

at CSU Monterey Bay * W, 68-50 at Cal State East Bay * W, 58-51 Sonoma State * W, 70-61 San Francisco State * W, 66-46 at CSU Dominguez Hills * W, 57-47 at Cal State L.A. * W, 71-54 Cal State Stanislaus * W, 69-45 Chico State * W, 89-76 at CSU San Bernardino * W, 80-69 at UC San Diego * W, 73-50 Cal State East Bay * W, 71-56 CSU Monterey Bay * W, 74-49 at San Francisco State * L, 55-57 at Sonoma State * W, 68-60 Cal State L.A. * W, 65-61 CSU Dominguez Hills * W, 71-59 Sonoma State $ W, 73-59 vs. San Francisco St $ ^ W, 60-54 vs. Chico State $ ^ W, 78-64 NCAA West Regionals At Bellingham, Wash. vs. Chico State W, 69-61 vs. Seattle Pacific L, 54-67 $ - CCAA Tournament; ^-Played in Ontario 2013-14 (22-7) Greg Kamansky vs. La Sierra W, 73-46 at The Master’s College L, 70-71 *vs. Western Oregon L, 65-70 *at Azusa Pacific W, 76-56 vs. CSU San Bernardino L, 53-62 vs. UC San Diego W, 70-63 vs. Humboldt State W, 81-76 2OT at Humboldt State W, 65-61 at Cal State East Bay W, 66-52 at CSU Monterey Bay W, 60-40 vs. San Francisco State W, 66-56 vs. Sonoma State W, 57-54 at Cal State L.A. W, 64-57 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 60-52 vs. Chico State W, 67-64 vs. Cal State Stanislaus W, 58-46 at UC San Diego W, 69-57 at #7 CSU San Bernardino W, 88-68 vs. CSU Monterey Bay L, 57-60 vs. Cal State East Bay W, 73-53 at Sonoma State W, 58-47 at San Francisco State W, 62-52 vs. CSU Dominguez Hills W, 56-30 vs. Cal State L.A. W, 56-47 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 73-74 2OT at Chico State W, 69-66 $ vs. Chico State L, 73-77 ^ vs. Dixie State W, 73-65 ^ vs. Cal State Stanislaus L, 69-75 OT *- Azusa Pacific Invitational, $-CCAA Championships ^- NCAA Division II West Regionals

2014 15 men's basketball record book  
2014 15 men's basketball record book  
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