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Chadron State College Quick Facts City/Zip.................................................................Chadron, NE 69337 Founded/Enrollment...................................................1911 / 2,800 Nickname........................................................................................Eagles School Colors...................................................... Cardinal and White Affiliation/Conference......................... NCAA Division II/RMAC Conference.......................Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference President..................................................................... Dr. Janie C. Park Athletic Director................................................................Brad Smith Athletic Dept. Phone.................................................308-432-6344 Athletic Director E-mail....................................... bsmith@csc.edu Sports Information Director............................. Alex Helmbrecht SID Phone......................................................................308-432-6212 SID E-mail...................................................... ahelmbrecht@csc.edu Men’s Basketball Quick Facts Head Coach.......................................Brent Bargen (Sixth Season) Alma Mater.....................................................Doane College (1993) Record at School/Career Record............................37-96/37-96 Bargen’s E-mail.................................................... bbargen@csc.edu Office Phone..................................................................308-433-6348 Best Time to Reach.......................................... Weekday Mornings Assistant Coach...............................................................Scott Gullion 2010-11 Record.....................................6-20 Overall, 4-18 RMAC Team PPG............................................................................................69.1 Opponents PPG.................................................................................74.9 Starters Returning/Lost................................................................ 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................... 4/4 First Year of Basketball............................................................... 1921 All-Time Record................................................................1,003-1,032

Table of Contents

We are Chadron State .................................................................................................................2 Athletic Facilities...........................................................................................................................3 Head Coach Brent Bargen.........................................................................................................4 2011-12 Roster..............................................................................................................................5 The Players......................................................................................................................................6 Individual Career Histories................................................................................................... 10 2010-11Chadron State Men’s Basketball in Review................................................... 11 2010-11 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in Review........................................ 13 Eagles belong to Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference............................................. 14 Chadron State College Men’s Basketball Records........................................................ 15 All-Star Honors........................................................................................................................... 16 Single Season Scorers............................................................................................................... 16 Career Scorers............................................................................................................................. 16 Points in a Single Game........................................................................................................... 16 Per Game Averages.................................................................................................................... 16 When was the Last Time the Eagles???............................................................................ 17 Season-By-Season Men’s Comparative Statistics......................................................... 18 Season-by-Season Leaders..................................................................................................... 19 Top Scorers by Season............................................................................................................. 19 Top Rebounders by Season.................................................................................................... 20 Records vs. Former Opponents............................................................................................ 21 Records vs. Current Opponents........................................................................................... 21 Game Results 1921-2010....................................................................................................... 22 Win-Loss Records by Season................................................................................................ 33

n Credentials

Requests for credentials and press seating for home basketball games should be made in advance by calling the sports information office at 308-432-6212 or by e-mail at ahelmbrecht@csc.edu. Only appropriately credentialed individuals will be allowed access into the Armstrong Gymnasium. Photographers, press and broadcast journalists must display credentials at all times and remain within NCAA-designated areas. The CSC sports information office has the discretion to refuse or revoke media credentials at any time.

n Interviews

Head coach Brent Bargen and selected players will be available for interviews on the court following a 10-minute cooling off period once the game ends. In some instances a press conference may be held in the athletic offices. The media wishing to attend will be notified by the sports information office. All requests for player/coach interviews must be coordinated through the sports information office by calling 308-432-6212 or by e-mailing ahelmbrecht@csc.edu. Chadron State coaches can be reached in their offices Monday through Thursday mornings. Media Guide Credits The 2011-12 Chadron State College men’s basketball media guide is designed to serve the media and public with information related to the CSC men’s basketball team and the CSC campus. The 2011-12 men’s basketball media guide was written by sports information director Alex Helmbrecht. Daniel Binkard designed the cover and Helmbrecht designed the guide. Photos by Helmbrecht, Binkard and Con Marshall. Special thanks to the CSC Print Shop.

Chadron State College Sports Information Alex Helmbrecht is in his fifth year as the sports information director at Chadron State College. As the SID, he is responsible for the publicity, promotion and distribution of information for the Eagles’ 11 Division II athletic programs. Helmbrecht can also be heard on the radio alongside John Axtell during select away competitions. He has also implemented several new techniques to the CSC website, including Alex Helmbrecht live stats and social media. Helmbrecht is an active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America and has received several commendations for feature writing and event coverage from CoSIDA. In addition, he serves on the Harlon Hill committee and is a cosponsor for Blue Key on Chadron State’s campus. Before working at CSC, he was a sports reporter at the Scottsbluff Star-Herald two years. A native of McCook, Helmbrecht earned an associate of arts degree from McCook Community College in 2002 and a bachelor of arts degree in English literature from CSC in 2005.

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We are Chadron State ...

Location: Chadron, a city of about 6,000 residents, is located in northwest Nebraska. Chadron was named by Forbes.com as one of the top 10 American towns to visit in 2009. School Type: State, public, four-year college granting baccalaureate and graduate degrees Total enrollment: About 2,600 students Calendar: Academic year of two semesters; summer sessions Degrees granted: Bachelor of Applied Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Education, Master of Arts in Education, Master of Business Administration, Master of Education and Specialist in Education, as well as pre-professional education. Career services: A wide range of resources are available to assist students in career planning and job attainment. Accreditation: All programs at CSC are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. In addition the programs in Business Administration, Social Work, and Teacher Education are also accredited by their professional councils. Financial assistance: Available to admitted, degree-seeking students based upon financial need Housing: College-owned and operated residence halls Average ACT Score: 21 Male/female percentage: 43 percent males, 57 percent females Average class size: 18 Student to faculty ratio: 17-1 Faculty: About 58% of our faculty has doctoral degrees

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Majors offered at CSC Art Biological Sciences Business Communication Arts Design and Technology Construction Management Elementary Education Family & Consumer Sciences Health Sciences History Interdisciplinary Studies Justice Studies Library Information Management Literature Mathematics Music Physical Sciences Psychology Rangeland Management Secondary Education Special Education Sports and Recreation Management Social Work Theatre

For more information, visit www.csc.edu


Athletic Facilities

Armstrong Gymnasium

Elliott Field at Don Beebe Stadium

Nelson Physical Activity Center

n EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Chadron State College is proud of our highly competitive NCAA Division II athletic program. CSC is a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and consistently fields some of the finest teams in the region. The coaches at Chadron State College encourage the importance of academics, teamwork and dedication. Our coaches promote strong values which athletes carry with them the rest of their lives. Traditionally, between 30 and 40 percent of student athletes make the President’s or Dean’s List, which requires of a GPA of at least 3.5.

Softball Field

n ACTIVITIES: Students at Chadron State College can participate in a wide variety of extracurricular activities. There are more than 70 student clubs and organizations on campus. Through the years, Chadron State has fielded competitive athletic teams for both men and women. CSC athletes have earned 147 All-American and 75 Academic All-American/ Scholar-Athlete honors since 1980. In addition, CSC has an excellent rodeo team and an active fine arts program. Chadron State helps support the Post Playhouse at nearby Fort Robinson each summer. The Galaxy Series has brought a variety of noted entertainers and speakers to the campus. A highlight this decade was the development of the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center.

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Head Coach Brent Bargen Brent Bargen is entering his sixth year as the men’s basketball coach at Chadron State. He is a Nebraska native who was a Division I assistant coach for 11 years prior to being selected Chadron State’s head coach early in the summer of 2006 from among more than 100 applicants. Under Bargen, the Eagles improved their win totals in four consecutive seasons and they narrowly missed qualifying for the RMAC postseason tournament in 2009-10 after posting their most conference wins since the 2002-03 season. In his five seasons at Chadron State, he has coached four All-RMAC performers. Bargen was an assistant at Long Beach State in California for six years prior to coming to CSC. Before that he was on the staff at Kansas State University five years. Those experiences helped prepare him to become a head coach. The Bargen family was glad to return to Nebraska, where both Brent and his wife Leslie were born and raised. The coach was born in Superior, Neb., and lived in Milford from kindergarten through his junior year of high school. As a senior, he moved to Crete, where his father, Bob Bargen, was an assistant basketball coach at Doane College. Bargen was an all-conference football and basketball player in high school. He attended Doane, where he was on the basketball team four years and a starter two years when the Tigers were coached by the legendary Bob Erickson. During Bargen’s senior year, Doane won the Nebraska-Iowa Athletic Conference championship. He graduated in 1993 with a degree in sports management. After serving as an assistant coach at Dorchester High School and Nebraska Wesleyan each for a year, Bargen was an assistant coach under Tom Asbury at Kansas State University for five years. During this period, the Wildcats reached the NCAA Tournament in 1996 and played in the National Invitational

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The Bargens, Brent, Zac, Ashley, Leslie and Jake. Tournament in 1998 and ’99. In 2000, Bargen went to Long Beach State, where he was an assistant two years under Wayne Morgan, later the head coach at Iowa State. The next four years Bargen worked under Larry Reynolds. In 2005-06, Bargen’s last year at Long Beach State, the 49ers were 18-12 and reached the finals of the conference tournament. They led NCAA Division I in scoring that season with an 83.7-point average. Bargen wants his Chadron State teams to also play up-tempo and pour in lots of points. Bargen’s wife, the former Leslie Grote of Harvard, Neb., was a volleyball and track athlete at Doane. She is employed as the events coordinator for the Chadron State Foundation and Alumni Association. The couple has three children. They are Ashley, a redshirt freshman on the Chadron State volleyball team; Zac, who is entering college this semester; and Jake, a ninth-grader and another budding athlete.

Scott Guillon Assistant Coach Scott Gullion is in his second year as a graduate assistant coach at Chadron State. Gullion, a native of Alliance, has some exceptional experience. He was the student manager for the University of Nebraska at Lincoln men’s basketball team from 2006-10, under coach Doc Sadler. Gullion was in charge of several office responsibilities and also interacted with players and coaches. Gullion was a three-year starter at Alliance High School, earning academic all-state and honorable mention all-state honors as a senior. He also competed in football and baseball. Gullion graduated from UNL in May of 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He’s working toward a master’s degree in sports organizational management at CSC.


2011-12 Roster

No. Name Pos. Hgt. Wgt. Cl. Hometown (Previous School/High School) 0 Chris Ashanti G 6-4 167 Fr. Los Angeles, Calif. (Los Angeles Jordan High) 1 Christian McGhee PG 5-7 155 Sr. Pine Ridge, S.D. (Red Cloud) 2 Josh Hatcher F 6-6 207 Jr. Oakland, Calif. (Merritt College/Berkeley High) 3 Kevin McClelland G 6-4 173 Sr. Long Beach, Calif. (Lakewood) 5 Sammy Hines PG 5-9 160 Jr. Detroit, Mich. (Wayne CC/Warren Fitzgerald) 10 Justyn Anderson PG 5-10 156 Fr. Las Vegas, Nev. (Mountain View Christian) 13 Chris Curtis G 6-4 193 Sr. Tustin, Calif. (Chaminade University/Tustin High) 14 Drew Finch PG 5-10 140 So. Arlington, Texas (Tarrant College/Mansfield Timberview) 15 Aldor Kola G 6-5 200 R-Fr. Largo, Fla. and Albania (Largo) 22 Tim McDavid G 6-2 185 So. Scottsbluff, Neb. (Iowa Western CC/Scottsbluff) 23 Kendrick Holliman F 6-3 190 R-Fr. Spanish Fort, Ala. (Marion Military/Spanish Fort) 31 David Downey G 6-3 175 So. Scottsbluff, Neb. (Scottsbluff) 33 Moala Tautuaa C 6-7 237 Sr. San Francisco, Calif. (Clairemont) 34 Mouhamed Diop C 6-8 190 Jr. Los Angeles, Calif. (West Los Angeles College) 40 Kyle Vinich F 6-6 198 Fr. Casper, Wyo. (Natrona) 42 Michael Safer C 6-10 200 Fr. Elizabeth, Colo. (Elizabeth) Head Coach: Brent Bargen (Sixth Season) Graduate Assistant: Scott Gullion (Second Season) Student Assistants: Lucas Albrecht (Second Season) and Will Pope (First Season) Chris Ashanti............. Ah-shawn-tee Moala Tautuaa. Aldor Kola........................ L-door Cola Mouhamed Diop.

Pronunciation Guide

............. Mo-ahla Moala Tautuaa Tatoo-ah Mouhamed DiopDee-Op. .......Mo-haam-ed

Kyle Vinich............................ Vin-itch

Media that Regularly Covers Chadron State Basketball Newspaper: Chadron Record Address: PO Box 1141 Chadron, NE 69337 Telephone: 308-432-5511 Web site: thechadronnews.com

Newspaper: Rapid City Journal Address: 507 Main Street Rapid City, SD 57701 Telephone: 605-394-8291 Web site: rapidcityjournal.com

Radio: KNEB Address: P.O. Box 239 Scottsbluff, NE 69363 Telephone: 308-632-7121 Web site: kneb.com

Newspaper: Scottsbluff Star-Herald Address: 1406 Broadway Scottsbluff, NE 69361 Telephone: 308-632-9050 Web site: starherald.com

Radio: KQSK Address: PO Box 1117 Chadron, NE 69337 Telephone: 308-432-2060 Web site: doubleqcountry.com

Television: KDUH Address: 1523 1st Ave. Scottsbluff, NE 69361 Telephone: 308-632-3071 Web site: kduhtv.com

Radio: KCSR Address: 226 Bordeaux St. Chadron, NE 69337 Telephone: 308-432-5545 Web site: chadrad.com

Conference: RMAC Address: 1867 Austin Bluffs Parkway Colorado Springs, CO 80918 Telephone: 719-471-4936 Web site: rmacsports.org

Newspaper: Omaha World-Herald Address: 1314 Douglas Omaha, NE 68102 Telephone: 402-444-1201 Web site: omaha.com

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The Players

Justyn Anderson Point Guard | Fr. | 5-10 | 156 Las Vegas, Nev./Mountain View

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Outlook: Joins the Eagles after having an extraordinary high school career … He’ll help add depth at the point guard position and will undoubtedly have a more expanded role in the future … “He’s really grounded for his age and has a great future,” Bargen said. “He wants to be coached and he wants to continue learning.” High School: Averaged 32.1 points per game his senior season and is one of the top scorers in the state of Nevada alltime … He was twice placed on the all-state team, in addition to being all-academic … He was also an all-conference player three times. Personal: Son of Faren Anderson and Versa Anderson … Plans to major in sports and recreation … Born Dec. 17.

Chris Ashanti Guard | Fr. | 6-4 | 167 Los Angeles, Calif./LA Jordan

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Before CSC: Played at Chaminade University in Hawaii … Averaged 7.3 points and 2.7 rebounds a game, while shooting 47 percent from the field, as a junior and played in the Division II national tournament. High School: He was the co-MVP of his high school team at Tustin and also participated in track and field. Personal: Son of Debbie and Lloyd Curtis … Majoring in communications … Born Aug. 19.

Mouhamed Diop Center | So. | 6-8 | 190 Los Angeles, Calif./West LA College

Outlook: He has only been playing basketball for a few years but is an excellent shot blocker and looks to add depth … “We need him to get stronger but that will come in time,” Bargen said. “He helps add depth and length to the center position.” Before CSC: Played at Culver City College and averaged seven rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game.

David Downey Guard | So. | 6-3 | 175 Scottsbluff, Neb./Scottsbluff

Outlook: Will redshirt in 2011-12 but Bargen is excited about his potential: “He’s a diverse player who has a chance to be good once he understands what it takes. His future is bright,” the coach said. High School: He was a double double machine at LA Jordan, averaging 20.6 points and 14.4 rebounds a game … In addition to being named the Eastern League MVP, he was all-city, all-area and on the all-CIF team. Personal: Son of Rhonda Ashanti and Michael Ashanti … Born Jan. 9.

Chris Curtis

Guard | Sr. | 6-4 | 193 Tustin, Calif./Chaminade University

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Outlook: Only has one year of eligibility remaining, but Bargen is glad to have him: “Chris is a dynamic athlete who can be a difference maker. We’re fortunate to have him because he’s a functional athlete who makes plays. He’s a big asset to us,” the coach noted.

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Outlook: Played as a freshman in 2008-09 and appeared in 24 games, averaging 3.2 points but he left CSC to play soccer at Grandview University in Des Moines, Iowa in 2009-10 ... “He is a player who wants to win everything. He pushes himself and he’s very active on the floor,” Bargen said. High School: Led the Bearcats with 13.9 points and 3.3 assists as a senior … He was named to the Star-Herald AllRegion First Team … Also led Scottsbluff in scoring as a junior with 14.3 points …. He was a GNAC all-conference selection and twice named all-state honorable mention. Personal: Majoring in business administration … Son of Mike and Lisa … Two of his sisters have played collegiate soccer … Born July 14.


Drew Finch

Point Guard | So. | 5-10 | 140 Arlington, Texas/Tarrant College

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Outlook: Should help provide depth for the Eagles in the backcourt and Bargen noted his leadership attributes … “He’s hungry to play and he’s a great teammate who plays hard,” the coach said. “He’ll have a good career for us.” Before CSC: Attended Tarrant County College in Texas two years but didn’t see any time. High School: Drew was an all-district selection and helped lead Mansfield Timberview to two district championships. Personal: Son of Anthony Finch Sr. and Renate Finch … Has a son, Johnathon … Born Jan. 30, 1989 … His nickname is “Mountain Drew.”

Josh Hatcher

Forward | Jr. | 6-6 | 207 Oakland, Calif./Merritt College

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Outlook: Joins the Eagles after having a solid career at Merritt College in Oakland … “Josh is a good athlete and he’s really crafty around the rim,” Bargen said. “He’s a good leader for us and he adds toughness to the forward position.” Before CSC: Was named to the 2010-11 Bay Valley All-Conference team at Merritt College. High School: Played basketball at Berkeley High School, graduating in 2008 … Also participated in track and field. Personal: Son of Nina Hatcher … Majoring in criminal justice … Born March 27.

Sammy Hines Point Guard | Jr. | 5-9 | 160 Detroit, Mich./Wayne CC

2010-11: Played in 25 games last season, averaging 5.4 points, and 1.8 rebounds and assists ... “He has really matured. He’s hungry to be good and is focused. He understands the offense much better and has an efficient game,” Bargen said. … Sammy has long arms for a player his size and has the ability to be a tenacious defender …

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Scored in double digits three times, including a career-high 11 points against Metro State. Before CSC: Played one season at Wayne County Community College … He averaged eight points, three assists and two steals a game. High School: Played at Warren Fitzgerald High and earned all-state and all-conference accolades. Personal: Son of Sam and Alicia Hines … Born Jan. 27 … He helped his dad coach a high school girls basketball team in 2009-10.

KendrickHolliman Forward | R-Fr. | 6-3 | 190 Spanish Fort, Ala./Marion Military

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Outlook: Redshirted at the Marion Military Institute in 2010-11 … Coach Bargen is glad he still has four years of eligibility remaining … “He plays bigger than what he is,” Bargen said. “He handles the ball well and he isn’t afraid to attack the rim.” Before CSC: Before redshirting at Marion Military Institute, he played one season at Spanish Fort High School and averaged 14.9 points, 8.2 rebounds, three steals and two assists. Personal: A physical education and health major … Son of Valarie Montgomery … Born Aug. 27.

Aldor Kola

Guard | R-Fr. | 6-5 | 200 Largo, Fla. and Albania/Largo

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2010-11: Redshirted his first season at Chadron State ... “He’s a workaholic and a gym rat,” Bargen said. “He can stretch defenses and shoots the ball well.” High School: Graduated from Largo High in Florida in 2008 … He averaged 13.2 points, eight rebounds and 2.8 assists … He was honorable mention all-state and second team allconference. Personal: A Physical education and health major … Son of Agim and Lumturi Kola … Born June 5.

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Kevin McClelland Guard | Sr. | 6-4 | 173 Long Beach, Calif./Lakewood

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Tim McDavid

Guard | So. | 6-2 | 185 Scottsbluff, Neb./Iowa Western CC

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n 2010-11 RMAC Second Team n 2010-11 Nebraska Division II Second Team n 2008-09 Nebraska Division II Honorable Mention

2010-11: Had his best season at Chadron State, averaging 14.9 points and 3.9 rebounds … He was named to the RMAC All-Conference Second Team and he was also a second team selection by the Omaha World-Herald … He’s scored 850 points in his career and barring injury will join the 1,000-point club this winter … “We expect big things from him and we’re pushing him to get to the next level,” Bargen said. “He’s turned himself into a complete player who now attacks the rim.” … He’s a team captain in 2011-12 … Scored a career-high 24 points against Colorado Christian and started 23 of 24 games played. 2009-10: One of the veterans of the program who averaged 8.3 points and 2.3 rebounds while playing in 26 games, starting 19 of them … He hit 34 percent of his shots from the field, including 37 3-pointers … He also improved his defense, doubling his steal total from the season before to 32 … He also had 18 blocks, which led the team. 2008-09: Started 20 of 27 games, averaging 10.2 points and 3.0 rebounds while earning All-Nebraska Division II honorable mention from the Omaha World-Herald … He shot 37 percent from the field and nailed 38 percent of his treys … Scored a career-high 19 points two separate times … Was judicious with the ball, having just 37 turnovers despite playing the third-most minutes on the team. High School: He averaged 18.4 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists a game for Lakewood High School as senior while becoming the second all-time leading single-season scorer in Lakewood Moore League history … Also averaged one steal and one block a game, scored 30 or more points three times … He was named to the All-Moore League First Team and to the Long Beach Press Telegram Dream Team … He finished second in league MVP voting to a McDonald’s All-American … He was a two-time varsity captain and the team’s MVP … Played in the Southern California All-Star Classic. Personal: Son of Michael and Sally McClelland … A social science major with a 3.06 GPA … Born June 3 … In high school, Kevin played for Matt Ruiz, a close friend of Bargen’s.

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Outlook: Tim joins the Eagles with three years of eligibility remaining … “We’re excited to have Tim here,” Bargen said. “He’s a glue guy for us and he plays hard. He does all the little things and is a great combo guy for us.” Before CSC: Played two years at Iowa Western, but redshirted as a true freshman. High School: Was an all-conference player at Scottsbluff High and averaged 17.5 points per game and 7.8 rebounds per game as a senior. Personal: A construction management major … Son of Melinda McDavid … Born Oct. 8.

Christian McGhee Point Guard | Sr. | 5-7 | 155 Pine Ridge, S.D./Red Cloud

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2010-11: Another team leader who has been a key member of the program for three years … He has scored 333 points in his career and tied a career high with 31 assists … For the season, he averaged 4.6 points per game and started 21 of 24 games played … “Everybody has a tremendous amount of respect for him. He’s sneaky with the ball and has deep range,” Bargen said. … He’s a team captain in 2011-12 … A 38 percent career shooter from 3-point range. 2009-10: Another veteran who leads by example … Scored a career-high 14 points against Colorado Mines, 12 of those points were from 3-point range … Averaged 5.0 points a game and played in 26 games, starting three of them. 2008-09: Played in 26 games and showed plenty of intangibles … Although he averaged just under 12 minutes a game, he was a valuable backup … Scored 3.5 points a game and shot over 40 percent from long range (24-59). High School: He averaged 19.9 points, 5.6 assists and 1.9 steals a game while leading Red Cloud to a 22-1 regular season record and a third place finish in South Dakota’s Class A as a senior … The Crusaders’ only regular season loss was


to Chadron High School, 77-73 … Was named South Dakota All-State and to the South Dakota All-Tournament Team … He was on the honor roll every quarter since the fifth grade and he graduated in the top 10 of his class ... A finalist for Mr. Basketball in the state of South Dakota … Played in five all-star games … He was also an all-conference selection in football as a wide receiver and an all-state performer in track and field and cross country. Personal: Son of Jim and Donna McGhee … A sports and recreation major with a 3.24 GPA … Born Jan. 9.

Michael Safer Center | Fr. | 6-10 | 200 Elizabeth, Colo./Elizabeth

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Outlook: Could figure heavily in the Eagles’ plans this season after he recovers from leg surgery … “He gets better every day and is very smart. He’s developed a lot offensively and he shoots a good jump hook,” Bargen said. High School: He was first team all-conference in 2011 after being on the second team in 2010 … He finished second in the state of Colorado with blockers per game and was also an allstate player as a senior. Personal: Michael came to Chadron State because Coach Bargen was childhood friends with his high school coach, Mike Boss … He’s the son of Brent and Kathy … A business administration major … Born July 21.

Moala Tautuaa Center | Sr. | 6-7 | 237 San Francisco, Calif./Clairemont

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n 2010-11 RMAC Third Team n 2010-11 Nebraska Division II Second Team

2010-11: The longest tenured player on the team and he’s made the most of it ... He’s scored 812 points during his career and he has improved his point and rebound totals every season … He was an RMAC All-Conference Third Team choice … “He’s unique in our conference and he has a huge role in what we’re doing. We want him to dominate and play hungry,” Bargen said. He’s also a team captain in 201112 … For his career, Moala has shot a whopping 62 percent from the field … Also a Nebraska Division II Second Team choice in 2011-12 … Scored a

career-high 24 points against Fort Lewis and had two double doubles to lead the team. 2009-10: The veteran of the program who took a major step forward and led the Eagles in points (12.1) and rebounds (5.0) … He was named to the RMAC East Division Second Team, as well as the Nebraska Division II First Team … He’s also a preseason selection to the RMAC All-Conference Team in the 2010-11 season … He shot a staggering 62.6 percent from the field and a respectable 73 percent from the foul line … He also added 34 steals and 22 blocks. 2008-09: Was fifth on the team in scoring by averaging 7.0 points and second in rebounding with 4.2, despite playing under 18 minutes a game … Scored a season-high 15 points against Colorado School of Mines. 2007-08: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: Was a standout at Clairemont High, where he averaged 21 points and seven rebounds as a high school senior. Personal: Son of Moala Tautuaa Sr., and Romanita Tautuaa…His parents are natives of Tonga…Name is pronounced Mo-ahla Tatoo-ah … Born April 30 … A criminal justice major.

Kyle Vinich

Forward | Fr. | 6-6 | 198 Casper, Wyo./Casper Natrona

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Outlook: Could be a key figure for both the men’s basketball team and the football team at Chadron State … He redshirted during his first season of football but Bargen expects him to play as a true freshman on the hardwood … “Kyle is learning to be a perimeter player and he has a great future,” the coach said. High School: The third recruit from Natrona to ink with the Eagles … He had 45 receptions for 709 yards and 11 TDs … Also had 13 solo tackles, 15 assisted tackles, three interceptions and seven pass breakups … He was placed on the Casper Star-Tribune’s Super 25 Team … Also a talented jumper for the Natrona track and field team, finishing sixth at the state meet in the long jump (20-10 ¾) and the triple jump (42-8 ¾) as a junior … Played in the South Dakota all-star game and the Montana all-star game. Personal: Son of Chris and Dayna … Born Jan. 28.

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Individual Career Histories Individual Career History

Sammy Hines

Season

2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

25-2 25-2

min/avg

426/17.0 426/17.0

Total fg-fga

45-117 45-117

pct

.385 .385

3-Point fg-fga

16-48 16-48

pct

.333 .333

F-Throws ft-fta pct

29-36 29-36

.806 .806

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

off

1 1

stl

14 14

Scoring pts avg

to

blk

6 18 15 39

stl

16 32 28 76

Scoring pts avg

18 31 31 80

to

25 34 37 96

blk

0 2 1 3

stl

10 11 19 40

Scoring pts avg

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

1.8 1.8

pf

49 49

fo

ast

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

9 9

37 37

46 46

47 47

to

35 35

blk

fo

ast

pf

fo

ast

pf

fo

2 2

135 5.4 135 5.4

Kevin McClelland Season

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

27-20 724/26.8 26-19 652/25.1 24-23 713/29.7 77-62 2089/27.1

Total fg-fga

79-214 64-187 104-254 247-655

pct

.369 .342 .409 .377

3-Point fg-fga

49-129 37-124 33-109 119-362

pct

.380 .298 .303 .329

F-Throws ft-fta pct

69-83 52-61 116-150 237-294

.831 .852 .773 .806

22 58 9 50 20 74 51 182

80 59 94 233

3.0 51 2.3 42 3.9 50 3.0 143

2 33 37 0 49 45 0 56 55 2 138 137

276 217 357 850

10.2 8.3 14.9 11.0

Christian McGhee Season

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

26-2 307/11.8 26-3 416/16.0 24-21 490/20.4 76-26 1213/16.0

Total fg-fga

28-81 44-108 36-98 108-287

pct

.346 .407 .367 .376

3-Point fg-fga

24-59 28-76 28-78 80-213

pct

.407 .368 .359 .376

F-Throws ft-fta pct

11-14 15-23 11-15 37-52

.786 .652 .733 .712

8 6 8 22

17 22 26 65

25 28 34 87

1.0 29 1.1 36 1.4 46 1.1 111

1 0 2 3

91 131 111 333

3.5 5.0 4.6 4.4

Moala Tautuaa Season

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

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gp-gs

min/avg

25-3 433/17.3 26-16 509/19.6 26-26 617/23.7 77-45 1559/20.2

Total fg-fga

64-114 112-179 123-188 299-481

pct

.561 .626 .654 .622

3-Point fg-fga

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

pct

.000 .000 .000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

48-76 90-122 76-120 214-318

.632 40 64 .738 60 71 .633 48 86 .673 148 221

104 131 134 369

4.2 81 5.0 90 5.2 87 4.8 258

5 6 4 15

8 32 9 41 10 42 27 115

6 16 22 44

19 15 25 59

176 314 322 812

7.0 12.1 12.4 10.5


Chadron State Men’s Basketball in Review Records by Comparison 2010-11

Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 6-20 5-9 1-11 0-0 Conference 4-18 3-8 1-10 0-0 Non-Conference 2-2 2-1 0-1 0-0

Score By Periods 2010-11

1st 2nd Total Chadron State 826 971 1797 Opponents 918 1030 1948

Chadron State Final Statistics 2010-11

TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 03 Kevin McClelland 24 23 713 29.7 104 254 .409 33 109 .303 116 150 .773 20 74 94 3.9 33 Moala Tautuaa 26 26 617 23.7 123 188 .654 0 0 .000 76 120 .633 48 86 134 5.2 14 x-Trey Mosby 12 12 336 28.0 40 91 .440 6 28 .214 34 44 .773 8 24 32 2.7 13 Ray Mitchell 26 16 625 24.0 80 197 .406 4 31 .129 55 100 .550 40 86 126 4.8 23 x-Ron Hudson 17 0 310 18.2 51 113 .451 9 25 .360 14 21 .667 22 35 57 3.4 10 Jordan Lisco 26 6 558 21.5 52 131 .397 42 111 .378 10 15 .667 14 47 61 2.3 02 Jan Burris 26 22 573 22.0 52 123 .423 18 53 .340 22 34 .647 24 84 108 4.2 00 Sammy Hines 25 2 426 17.0 45 117 .385 16 48 .333 29 36 .806 9 37 46 1.8 01 Christian McGhee 24 21 490 20.4 36 98 .367 28 78 .359 11 15 .733 8 26 34 1.4 22 Shey Mataele 21 0 256 12.2 25 50 .500 0 2 .000 17 27 .630 14 25 39 1.9 34 x-Eric Butler 12 2 156 13.0 10 25 .400 0 2 .000 2 10 .200 5 19 24 2.0 34 Jeff Alcorn 9 0 99 11.0 6 17 .353 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 10 8 18 2.0 40 Garrett Gilkey 6 0 16 2.7 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 3 4 0.7 42 x-Zach Boness 8 0 25 3.1 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 1 1 2 0.3 TM TEAM................ 52 57 109 4.2 Total.......... 26 627 1413 .444 156 487 .320 387 577 .671 276 612 888 34.2 Opponents...... 26 685 1519 .451 144 410 .351 434 630 .689 317 617 934 35.9 x-Inactive player when season ended

2010-11 Team Statistics

CSC OPP SCORING 1797 1948 Points per game 69.1 74.9 Scoring margin -5.8 FIELD GOALS-ATT 627-1413 685-1519 Field goal pct .444 .451 3 POINT FG-ATT 156-487 144-410 3-point FG pct .320 .351 3-pt FG PG 6.0 5.5 FREE THROWS-ATT 387-577 434-630 Free throw pct .671 .689 F-Throws PG 14.9 16.7 REBOUNDS 888 934 Rebounds per game 34.2 35.9 Rebounding margin -1.8 ASSISTS 331 362 Assists per game 12.7 13.9 TURNOVERS 431 349 Turnovers per game 16.6 13.4 Turnover margin -3.2 Assist/turnover ratio 0.8 1.0 STEALS 174 223 Steals per game 6.7 8.6 BLOCKS 78 65 Blocks per game 3.0 2.5

Team Highlights Most Points: 89 at Colorado Christian, 12-17-10 Most Field Goals Made: 32 vs. Western State, 12-4-10 Most 3-point Field Goals Made: 14 vs. Mesa State, 12-3-10 Most Rebounds: 42 at Western N.M., 1-15-11 Most Assists: 20 vs. Fort Lewis, 1-2-11 Most Steals: 12 at Colorado Mines, 12-18-10

2010-11 Game Results

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 50 0 56 55 15 28 357 14.9 87 4 10 42 22 25 322 12.4 20 0 42 26 3 22 120 10.0 67 0 42 73 15 13 219 8.4 39 1 1 26 6 8 125 7.4 34 0 21 28 3 15 156 6.0 66 0 40 48 6 12 144 5.5 49 2 47 35 1 14 135 5.4 46 2 31 37 1 19 111 4.6 29 2 20 22 1 9 67 3.2 21 2 21 13 1 5 22 1.8 29 2 0 7 2 3 13 1.4 8 0 0 2 1 1 4 0.7 10 0 0 1 1 0 2 0.3 1 16 0 556 15 331 431 78 174 1797 69.1 504 - 362 349 65 223 1948 74.9

Date Opponent Score Leading Scorer 11-15-10 Black Hills State L 76-67 Kevin McClelland, 18 11-20-10 at University of Mary L 75-69 Trey Mosby, 14 11-27-10 MSU-Billings W 87-74 Kevin McClelland, 21 12-3-10 Mesa State W 78-61 Kevin McClelland, 18 12-4-10 Western State W 84-63 Kevin McClelland, 22 12-7-10 South Dakota Mines W 73-63 Christian McGhee, 14 12-10-10 at Regis L 86-76 Trey Mosby, 15 12-11-10 at Metro State L 82-63 Moala Tautuaa, 15 12-17-10 at Colorado Christian W 89-78 Kevin McClelland, 24 12-18-10 at Colorado Mines L 82-76 Moala Tautuaa, 17 1-2-11 Fort Lewis L 91-76 Moala Tautuaa, 24 1-3-11 Adams State L 72-55 Ray Mitchell, 18 1-8-11 Nebraska-Kearney L 77-71 Ray Mitchell, 17 1-14-11 at N.M. Highlands L 85-75 Kevin McClelland, 19 1-15-11 at Western N.M. L 86-69 Moala Tautuaa, 18 1-21-11 CSU-Pueblo L 59-57 Kevin McClelland, 19 1-22-11 UC-Colorado Springs L 74-69 Kevin McClelland, 23 1-28-11 Colorado Mines L 75-69 Kevin McClelland, 22 1-29-11 Colorado Christian L 58-53 Kevin McClelland, 16 Moala Tautuaa, 16 2-4-11 at Western State L 72-54 Ray Mitchell, 13 2-5-11 at Mesa State L 79-51 Moala Tautuaa, 12 Ray Mitchell, 12 2-11-11 Metro State L 69-65 Kevin McClelland, 19 2-12-11 Regis W 66-57 Moala Tautuaa, 17 2-18-11 at UC-Colorado Springs L 82-73 Moala Tautuaa, 22 2-19-11 at CSU-Pueblo L 78-60 Jordan Lisco, 18 2-26-11 at Nebraska-Kearney L 94-72 Kevin McClelland, 19 Individual Highlights Most Points: Moala Tautuaa 24 vs. Fort Lewis, 1-2-11 Most Field Goals Made: Moala Tautuaa 9 at UCCS, 2-18-11 Most 3-point Field Goals Made: Jordan Lisco 6 at CSU-Pueblo, 2-19-11 Most Rebounds: Jan Burris 11 vs. Colorado Mines, 1-28-11 Most Assists: Ray Mitchell 6 vs. Colorado Mines, 1-28-11 Most Steals: Kevin McClelland 5 vs. UNK, 1-8-11

Leading Rebounder Moala Tautuaa, 5 Moal Tautuaa, 7 Kevin McClelland, 7 Jan Burris, 8 Jan Burris, 10 Sammy Hines, 5 Ron Hudson, 7 Jan Burris, 7 Ray Mitchell, 6 Kevin McClelland, 6 Jordan Lisco, 6 Moala Tautuaa, 6 Moala Tautuaa, 11 Moala Tautuaa, 10 Ray Mitchell, 6 Jordan Lisco, 6 Moala Tautuaa, 6 Jan Burris, 7 Ray Mitchell, 7 Ron Hudson, 7 Ray Mitchell, 9 Jan Burris, 11 Moala Tautuaa, 10 Ray Mitchell, 9 Moala Tautuaa, 7 Ray Mitchell, 7 Kevin McClelland, 6 Moala Tautuaa, 8 Ray Mitchell, 8 Shey Mataele, 8 Ray Mitchell, 7 Moala Tautuaa, 7

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Chadron State Men's Basketball Chadron State Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Oct 21, 2011) Chadron State Men’s Basketball in Review All games

Chadron State Points - Rebounds - Assists for 2010-11 Season Opponent

Date

BLACK HILLS STATE at University of Mary MSU-BILLINGS MESA STATE WESTERN STATE S.D. SCHOOL OF MINES at Regis University at Metro State at Colorado Christian U at Colorado School of M FORT LEWIS ADAMS STATE NEBRASKA-KEARNEY at New Mexico Highlands at Western New Mexico U CSU-PUEBLO UC-COLORADO SPRINGS COLORADO SCHOOL OF COLORADO CHRISTIAN U at Western State at Mesa State METRO STATE REGIS UNIVERSITY at UC-Colorado Springs at CSU-Pueblo at Nebraska-Kearney

11/15/10 11/20/10 11/27/10 12/03/10 12/04/10 12/07/10 12/10/10 12/11/10 12/17/10 12/18/10 01/02/11 01/03/11 01/08/11 01/14/11 01/15/11 01/21/11 01/22/11 01/28/11 01/29/11 02/04/11 02/05/11 02/11/11 02/12/11 02/18/11 02/19/11 02/26/11

67-76 69-75 87-74 78-61 84-63 73-63 76-86 63-82 89-78 76-82 76-91 55-72 71-77 75-85 69-86 57-59 69-74 69-75 53-58 54-72 51-79 65-69 66-57 73-82 60-78 72-94

Opponent

Date

Score

BLACK HILLS STATE at University of Mary MSU-BILLINGS MESA STATE WESTERN STATE S.D. SCHOOL OF MINES at Regis University at Metro State at Colorado Christian U at Colorado School of M FORT LEWIS ADAMS STATE NEBRASKA-KEARNEY at New Mexico Highlands at Western New Mexico U CSU-PUEBLO UC-COLORADO SPRINGS COLORADO SCHOOL OF COLORADO CHRISTIAN U at Western State at Mesa State METRO STATE REGIS UNIVERSITY at UC-Colorado Springs at CSU-Pueblo at Nebraska-Kearney

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11/15/10 11/20/10 11/27/10 12/03/10 12/04/10 12/07/10 12/10/10 12/11/10 12/17/10 12/18/10 01/02/11 01/03/11 01/08/11 01/14/11 01/15/11 01/21/11 01/22/11 01/28/11 01/29/11 02/04/11 02/05/11 02/11/11 02/12/11 02/18/11 02/19/11 02/26/11

00 01 HINES,SAMM MCGHEE,CHR

Score

67-76 69-75 87-74 78-61 84-63 73-63 76-86 63-82 89-78 76-82 76-91 55-72 71-77 75-85 69-86 57-59 69-74 69-75 53-58 54-72 51-79 65-69 66-57 73-82 60-78 72-94

L L W W W W L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L

6-2-2 2-0-0 8-1-1 6-3-4 6-1-3 10-5-4 0-1-1 5-2-1 0-3-2 8-0-1 DNP 0-0-1 8-3-1 10-3-1 9-3-3 0-0-1 3-3-3 3-2-1 5-1-4 6-3-2 3-2-0 11-0-1 8-3-3 0-1-2 9-2-2 9-2-3

2-0-1 0-1-0 6-1-1 3-1-0 1-1-0 14-2-2 8-1-2 3-4-0 6-1-2 8-2-1 6-0-3 3-2-0 3-1-2 DNP DNP 3-4-3 0-0-3 8-0-1 0-0-3 3-3-0 2-0-0 13-3-2 5-2-2 3-1-1 6-2-1 5-2-1

02 BURRIS,JAN

5-2-1 2-2-0 10-3-1 10-8-3 4-10-1 2-2-0 5-3-2 3-7-4 10-4-1 3-2-2 4-2-2 3-1-1 10-3-4 2-2-0 7-7-1 6-3-2 4-3-0 11-11-3 1-7-3 8-5-1 7-2-1 2-5-2 11-5-2 8-5-2 6-4-1 0-0-0

22 23 33 MATAELE,SH HUDSON,RON TAUTUAA,MO L L W W W W L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L

2-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 DNP 0-0-1 DNP 0-1-1 DNP DNP 0-2-1 9-2-0 7-3-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 9-2-1 10-4-1 0-2-2 6-4-1 5-8-5 6-4-3 7-3-2

3-1-0 8-2-0 15-3-0 3-0-0 20-6-0 10-3-1 13-7-0 6-3-0 6-1-0 9-2-0 7-2-0 0-4-0 0-5-0 4-3-0 9-2-0 2-7-0 10-6-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

13-5-0 13-7-0 4-4-0 3-7-1 6-5-0 4-4-1 12-5-1 15-3-0 8-2-0 17-2-1 24-6-1 4-11-1 13-10-0 17-6-0 18-3-0 17-6-0 15-4-1 17-3-0 16-10-0 10-2-0 12-7-0 16-2-0 17-8-1 22-4-0 0-1-0 9-7-2

03 MCCLELLAND

10 LISCO,JORD

13 MITCHELL,R

14 MOSBY,TREY

34 BUTLER,ERI

34 ALCORN,JEF

40 GILKEY,GAR

42 BONESS,ZAC

18-3-1 10-4-1 21-7-4 18-2-2 22-3-1 13-3-5 13-6-3 9-3-2 24-6-1 4-5-0 12-3-3 6-6-4 15-2-3 19-2-3 4-5-3 19-5-3 23-2-5 22-5-3 16-2-1 DNP DNP 19-6-3 9-2-2 17-6-1 5-4-1 19-2-1

4-2-1 4-4-4 0-1-0 1-1-4 4-1-2 2-3-2 4-3-1 0-0-0 3-2-2 0-1-1 0-3-4 0-3-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

3-1-3 5-1-0 6-3-1 15-2-0 4-1-1 9-2-1 3-1-0 5-0-0 7-1-2 8-6-0 5-3-1 14-4-2 5-3-2 7-6-0 3-3-1 3-5-0 5-3-1 3-0-1 6-3-0 5-2-0 3-1-0 2-1-2 1-5-0 3-0-0 18-2-2 8-2-1

DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1-0 0-3-0 0-5-0 2-2-0 0-2-0 2-1-0 4-2-0 2-1-0 2-1-0

4-4-0 11-3-0 12-4-2 4-4-1 7-1-1 3-1-1 3-4-0 9-3-1 8-6-0 9-5-4 6-1-1 18-4-1 17-3-2 7-6-1 10-7-5 7-4-2 9-9-1 4-6-6 9-7-1 13-9-1 12-7-1 2-4-3 5-4-1 11-8-3 6-7-1 13-5-2

DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-2-0 DNP 2-1-0 DNP 2-1-0 0-0-0

7-2-3 14-5-5 5-5-6 13-4-2 8-3-6 4-0-1 15-2-5 8-2-2 17-1-2 10-3-5 12-2-5 7-3-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 2-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP


2010-11 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in Review 2010-11 All-RMAC Teams

RMAC Player of the Year Sean Armstrong, Colorado Mines RMAC Defensive Player of the Year Shakir Johnson, Metro State RMAC Freshman of the Year Mike Dentlinger, Nebraska-Kearney RMAC Coach of the Year Pryor Orser, Colorado Mines First Team Sean Armstrong, Colorado Mines Reggie Evans, Metro State DeAndre Lansdowne, Fort Lewis Thomas Manzano, N.M Highlands T.J, Riley, Western N.M. Dale Minschwaner, Colorado Mines Jonathon Morse, Metro State Colton Burgon, Mesa State Deray Wilson, Adams State Chad Carter, Western New Mexico Second Team Mike Dentlinger, Nebraska-Kearney Brent Jones, UC-Colorado Springs Lance Fite, Mesa State Brett Green, Colorado Mines Kris Lawrie, CSU-Pueblo Mindaugas Markevicius, N.M. Highlands Matt Morris, Fort Lewis Marqus Richards, Adams State Weylan Towns, Western State Kevin McClelland, Chadron State Third Team David Kanyinda, Fort Lewis Curtis Mitchell, Regis Seth Heinbaugh, Adams State Moala Tautuaa, Chadron State Dan Steffensen, Fort Lewis Max Froehlich, Nebraska-Kearney A.J. Flournoy, Metro State Ben Feilmeier, UC-Colorado Springs Kalonji Paschal, Mesa State

2010-11 Final RMAC Standings

Conference GP Record Win % PF Colorado Mines 22 18-4 0.818 77.5 Metro State 22 17-5 0.773 67.9 Fort Lewis 22 15-7 0.682 79.5 N.M. Highlands 22 15-7 0.682 84.3 Adams State 22 15-7 0.682 78.9 Colorado Mesa 22 14-8 0.636 68.6 Western N.M. 22 14-8 0.636 77.8 Nebraska-Kearney 22 11-11 0.500 73.5 Colorado St.-Pueblo 22 8-14 0.364 70.1 UC-Colorado Springs 22 7-15 0.318 69.8 Western State 22 7-15 0.318 66.0 Colorado Christian 22 6-16 0.273 64.3 Chadron State 22 4-18 0.182 68.2 Regis 22 3-19 0.136 59.0

RMAC Scoring Leaders

1. Thomas Manzano-NMHU 2. Reggie Evans-MSCD 3. Brent Jones-UCCS 4. TJ Riley-WNMU 5. Sean Armstrong-CSM 6. DeAndre Lansdowne-FLC 7. Curtis Mitchell-RU 8. Chad Carter-WNMU 9. Kevin McClelland-CSC 10. Marqus Richards-ASC 11. Mike Dentlinger-UNK 12. Kris Lawrie-CSUP 13. Daniel Pierce-CSUP 14. Deray Wilson-ASC 15. Max Froehlich-UNK

GP 27 30 24 30 31 32 23 30 24 28 27 26 26 29 25

RMAC Rebounding Leaders

1. Jonathan Morse-MSCD 2. Dale Minschwaner-CSM 3. Seth Heinbaugh-ASC 4. Daniel Pierce-CSUP 5. Chris Johansen-RU 6. Troy McCoy-WSC 7. Gordon Galloway-CSM 8. Brent Jones-UCCS 9. Trevor Wages-CSM 10. Mike Dentlinger-UNK 11. Reggie Evans-MSCD 12. Kyle Behrens-FLC 13. Chad Carter-WNMU 14. Thomas Manzano-NMHU 15. Colton Burgon-MSC

GP 30 30 29 26 26 27 30 24 31 27 30 32 30 27 28

Overall PA GP Record Win % PF 65.8 31 25-6 0.806 77.7 60.3 30 22-8 0.733 68.4 72.1 32 24-8 0.750 78.1 78.9 27 19-8 0.704 85.6 73.9 29 20-9 0.690 80.0 64.1 28 18-10 0.643 68.6 77.9 30 14-16 0.467 73.6 75.4 27 13-14 0.481 73.3 72.4 26 11-15 0.423 70.0 75.7 26 9-17 0.346 70.8 71.5 27 8-19 0.296 64.3 71.9 27 7-20 0.259 66.5 75.5 25 6-19 0.240 69.2 69.9 26 6-20 0.231 60.9

FG 206 200 143 159 157 188 126 170 104 159 150 130 117 132 93

3FG 43 41 18 30 22 46 37 22 33 3 1 4 52 40 21

Off 120 84 64 45 49 53 54 60 82 50 70 78 55 59 53

Def 128 143 155 151 131 127 141 89 107 113 106 109 120 93 104

FT 138 84 97 150 141 68 63 92 116 92 91 112 72 89 129

PA 66.2 61.3 70.6 79.3 73.4 64.3 79.0 75.6 71.5 76.4 71.8 74.5 74.9 69.2

Points Avg/G 593 22.0 525 17.5 401 16.7 498 16.6 477 15.4 490 15.3 352 15.3 454 15.1 357 14.9 413 14.8 392 14.5 376 14.5 358 13.8 393 13.6 336 13.4

Total Avg/G 248 8.3 227 7.6 219 7.6 196 7.5 180 6.9 180 6.7 195 6.5 149 6.2 189 6.1 163 6.0 176 5.9 187 5.8 175 5.8 152 5.6 157 5.6

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Eagles belong to Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference This is the 21st year that Chadron State College athletic teams are full-fledged members of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The league was founded in 1909, and is second only to the Big 10 as the oldest continuous athletic conference in the nation. The conference took on a new look as it began 2006-2007 when Western New Mexico at Silver City began league play. The Mustangs, who were in the RMAC from 1967-1990, replaced long-time member Fort Hays State, which opted to become a member of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, joining a number of other Kansas schools. The RMAC expanded to 14 members in 1996 with the addition of five schools from the Colorado Athletic Conference. They are Colorado Christian, Colorado-Colorado Springs, Metropolitan State, Regis and Southern Colorado. None of these members have football teams, but all have volleyball and basketball teams.

RMAC on Television

Altitude Sports & Entertainment is a proud partner of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and Chadron State College. Watch the RMAC Showcase each month on Altitude. Altitude is on Dish Network channel 410, DIRECTV channel 644 and Great Plains Communications cable channel 45 in Chadron. Visit www.rmacsports.org for the RMAC Showcase air dates and times or visit www.altitude.tv for complete Altitude listings.

Division II Online Coverage

The selected Web sites provide information: n www.ncaasports.com n www.rmacsports.org n www.d2basketball.com

Besides Chadron State, the pre-existing members of the RMAC are Adams State, Colorado School of Mines, Fort Lewis, Mesa State and Western State, New Mexico Highlands and the University of Nebraska-Kearney. The conference members have conservative athletic budgets, but provide outstanding competition while emphasizing the educational, unifying and entertainment values of sports. The conference members belong to Division II of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The conference commissioner is J.R. Smith and the assistant commission in charge of media relations is Sarah Meier. The RMAC’s Web site, which contains information about each of its sports, is www.rmacsports.org. The RMAC offices are at 219 West Colorado Avenue, Suite 212, Colorado Springs, Colo., 80903. The telephone number is 719-471-4936. Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Commissioner J.R. Smith has announced a multiyear partnership with America One Networks, formerly B2 Networks. Regular season and conference championship events from many of the campuses in the RMAC, will be broadcast via the paid service. The partnership began with the 2008-09 academic year. B2 Networks is a premier provider of reliable and secure international television and pay-per-view broadcasting systems. Their worldwide network of arenas, stadiums, local venues and data centers are currently in use to distribute live sports and events to personal computers, television screens, mobile devices and commercial venues around the world. For the B2 Networks’ Programming Guide visit www.b2tv.com, or for information about B2 Networks, visit www.b2now.com.

The Voice of the Eagles

John Axtell - Broadcaster John Axtell’s voice has become familiar to Eagles’ fans. He has enthusiastically broadcast CSC football and basketball games since 1988. He’s also broadcast a majority of the women’s games during that time. Aside from being an accomplished sportscaster, Axtell is a highly-respected newsman who has his thumb on the pulse of the tri-state area.

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A native of Grant’s Pass, Ore., Axtell got his start in radio at Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore., about 50 miles east of Portland. Axtell’s broadcasts can be heard on 97.5 KQSK-FM Radio, or via the Internet at www.doubleqcountry.com.


Chadron State College Men’s Basketball Records Individual - Single Game

Most points - 51 by Josh Robinson vs. Dana College, 1989-90. Most field goals made - 18 by Mike Kinnaird vs. Metropolitan State, 1968-69, and Russ Crafton vs. Adams State, 1992-93. Most field goals attempted - 33 by Nels Christiansen vs. Hastings, 1950-51. Most 3-point field goals made - 12 by Russ Crafton vs. Adams State, 1992-93. Most 3-point field goals attempted - 15 by Russ Crafton vs. Adams State, 1992-93. Most free throws made - 18 by Stan Roden vs. South Dakota Tech, 1962-63. Most free throws attempted - 23 by Josh Robinson vs. Adams State, 1990-91. Most rebounds - 31 by Felix Sanford vs. Southern Colorado, 1963-64. Most assists - 14 by Bret Bondegard vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 1999-00. Most steals - 8 by Dan Beebe vs. Fort Lewis, 1990-91.

Individual - Single Season

Most points - 676 by Jim Rhoades, 1966-67. Highest scoring average - 24.8 by Ted Niemann, 1987-88. Most field goals made - 267 by Jim Rhoades, 1966-67. Most field goals attempted - 489 by Josh Robinson, 1990-91. Best field goal percentage - 66.7 by Deon David (118 of 177), 2002-03. Most 3-point field goals made - 96 by Russ Crafton, 1993-94. Most 3-point field goals attempted - 242 by Russ Crafton, 1993-94. Best 3-point field goal percentage - 47.1 by Scott Blachly (56-119), 1987-88. Highest 3-point percentage - 100.0 by Jeremy Wissing (7-7), 2002-03. Most free throws made - 163 by Josh Robinson, 1990-91. Most free throws attempted - 280 by Josh Robinson, 1990-91. Best free throw percentage - 85.8 by Jahvea Vidakovich (139 of 162), 1996-97. (NOTE: Dave Licari hit 36 of 39 for 92.3 percent, 1981-82). Most rebounds - 340 by Felix Sanford, 1963-64 and Joe Johnson, 1965-66. Most assists - 150 by Mark Carlisle, 1986-87. Most steals - 73 by Otis Frazier, 1999-00. Most blocked shots - 42 by Fernando Bonfim, 2006-07. Most double-doubles - 18 by Josh Robinson, 1990-91.

Individual - Career

Most points - 2,041 by Josh Robinson, 1988-92. Most field goals made - 762 by Josh Robinson, 1988-92. Most field goals attempted - 1,503 by Josh Robinson, 1988-92. Best field goal percentage (four years) - 61.9 by Elijah Collins (477-770) 2001-2005. Best field goal percentage (two years) - 65.4 by Deon David (236 of 361), 2001-2003 Most 3-point field goals made - 245 by Jeremy Wissing, 2000-04. Most 3-point field goals attempted - 646 by Jeremy Wissing, 2000-04. Best 3-point field goal percentage - 41.5 by Tim Stevens (132-318), 1991-94. Most free throws made - 515 by Josh Robinson, 1988-92. Most free throws attempted - 863 by Josh Robinson, 1988-92. Best free throw percentage - 85.0 by Randy Lotton, 136-160, 1982-84. Most consecutive free throws - 39 by Steve Coon, 1976-77. Most rebounds - 920 by Joe Johnson, 1964-68. Highest scoring average - 21.8 by Rick Brown and Scott Jones (52 games), 1970-72. Most assists - 334 by Todd Brosius, 1985-89. Most steals - 217 by Jason Robinson, 1990-94. Most blocked shots - 110 by Mike Generette, 2002-06. Most double-doubles - 40 by Josh Robinson, 1988-92.

Team - Single Game

Most points - 128 vs. Minot State, 1993-94. Fewest points - 6 vs. Wayne State, 1922-23. Most field goals made - 50 vs. Kearney State, 1987-88. Most field goals attempted - 105 vs. Minot State, 1990-91. Most 3-point field goals made - 17 vs. Southern Colorado, 2001-02. Most 3-point field goals attempted - 42 vs. Minot State, 1993-94. Best 3-point percentage - 80% (16-20) vs. Colorado Christian, 2006-07. Most free throws made - 44 vs. Regis College, 1991-92 Most free throws attempted - 60 vs. Adams State, 1990-91. Best free throw percentage - 97.1% (33-34) vs. Mesa State, 1991-92. *Fewest free throws attempted - 2 vs. Mary College, 1982-83. Most rebounds - 70 vs. Southern Colorado, 1963-64. Most assists - 29 vs. Colorado Christian, 1997-98; and Western State and NebraskaKearney, 1999-00. Most steals - 22 vs. South Dakota Tech, 1999-00.

Team - Single Season

Most points - 2,773, 1988-89 (32 games); 2,415, 1966-67 (28 games). Highest scoring average - 93.0, 1987-88. Fewest points - 195, 1933-34. Most field goals made - 1,054, 1988-89. Most field goals attempted - 2,298, 1988-89. Best field goal percentage - 52.1 (777-1481) 1978-79. Most 3-point field goals made - 263, 1999-2000. Most 3-point field goals attempted - 738, 1999-2000. Best 3-point field goal percentage - 43.7 (142-325), 1987-88. Fewest field goals made - 529, 1949-50. Most free throws made - 649, 1991-92. Most free throws attempted - 951, 1991-92. Best free throw percentage - 76.1 (496-651), 1966-67. Fewest free throws made - 265, 1981-82. *Fewest free throws attempted - 422, 1973-74. Most rebounds - 1,303, 1990-91. *Fewest rebounds - 791, 1961-62. Most games won - 22 (22-6), 1966-67. Fewest games lost - 1 (17-1), 1945-46. *Oldest record available.

Records vs. Chadron State

Individual - Single Game

Most points - 45 by Jon Baskin, Mesa State, 1990-91. Most field goals made - 18 by Jon Baskin, Mesa State (18 of 22), 1990-91. Most field goals attempted - 30 by Tim Williams, Bellevue College, 1977-78. Most 3-point field goals made - 9 by Cameron Munoz, MSU-Billings, 2004-2005; 7 by Ron Dingman, Bellevue, 1986-87; by Steve Duncan, Black Hills State, 1987-88; by Bill Pilgeram, Carroll College, 1988-89; by John Weis, Kearney State, 1988-89; Chris Montour, Fort Lewis, 1995-96; and Pellar Sparks, Regis, 1996-97; Stephen Bahl, Colorado Mines, 2002-03. Most 3-point field goals attempted - 16 by Chris Montour, Fort Lewis, 1995-96. Most free throws made - 27 by Eric Strand, Nebraska-Kearney, 1997-98. Most free throws attempted - 29 by Eric Strand, Nebraska-Kearney, 1997-98. (Strand 12-12 from line in OT). Most rebounds - 25 by Ron Jones, Wayne State, 1972-73.

Team - Single Game

Most points - 141 by Kearney State, 1987-88. Fewest points - 6 by South Dakota Tech, 1932-33. Most field goals made - 58 by Kearney State, 1987-88. Most field goals attempted - 105 by Kearney State, 1987-88. Most 3-point field goals made - 17 by Western State, 1998-99. Most 3-point field goals attempted - 35 by Kearney State, 1988-89. *Fewest field goals made - 13 by Colorado College, 1969-70. Most free throws made - 42 by South Dakota Tech, 1990-91. Most free throws attempted - 56 by Colorado Mines, 1990-91. Fewest free throws made - 0 by Bellevue College, 1977-78. Fewest free throws attempted - 1 by Wayne State, 1980-81 and Hastings, 1982-83. Most rebounds - 69 by Kearney State, 1973-74.

Team - Single Season

Most points - 2,993, 1988-89. Fewest points - 274, 1922-23. Most field goals made - 1,083, 1988-89 (32 games). Most field goals attempted - 2,115, 1988-89 (32 games). Most 3-point field goals made - 197, 1991-92 (30 games). Most 3-point field goals attempted - 525, 1991-92 (30 games). *Fewest field goals made - 547, 1960-61. Most free throws made - 757, 1990-91 (30 games). Most free throws attempted - 1,082, 1990-91 (30 games). *Fewest free throws made - 288, 1974-75. *Fewest free throws attempted - 442, 1973-74.

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All-Star Honors NAIA District 11 All-Stars 1976-77 Steve Coon 1977-78 Steve Coon and Roosevelt Watkins 1978-79 Steve Coon 1979-80 Tim Stallings 1986-87 Ted Niemann 1987-88 Ted Niemann 1990-91 Josh Robinson 1991-92 Josh Robinson RMAC All-Stars 1991-92 Josh Robinson 1992-93 Russ Crafton 1993-94 Russ Crafton and Jason Robinson 1995-96 Jeremy Robinson (RMAC Second Team) 1996-97 Jahvea Vidakovich (East Division, Second team) 1997-98 Domonic Harris (East Division, First Team) 1998-99 Domonic Harris (East Division, Second Team) 1999-00 Kweemada King and Otis Frazier (Both All-RMAC, First Team) 2000-01 Zak Kennedy (East Division, Second Team) Jeremy Wissing (Freshman of the Year) 2001-02 Jeremy Wissing (East Division, Second Team) Elijah Collins (Freshman of the Year)

Points in a Single Game 2002-03 Jeremy Wissing (East Division, Second Team) 2005-06 Marcus Ligons (East Division, Second Team) 2006-07 Marcus Ligons (East Division, Second Team) 2008-09 Tim McLaurin (East Division, First Team) 2009-10 Moala Tautuaa (East Division, Second Team) 2010-11 Kevin McClelland (RMAC Second Team) 2010-11 Moala Tautuaa (RMAC Third Team)

Single Season Scorers

Name.................. Points...............Year 1. Jim Rhodes.............. 676......... 1966-67 2. Josh Robinson......... 651......... 1990-91 3. Otis Frazier............... 626......... 1999-00 4. Ted Niemann............ 621......... 1987-88 5. Kweemada King....... 612......... 1999-00 6. Mike Kinnaird............611......... 1968-69 7. Scott Jones.............. 607......... 1971-72 8. Josh Robinson......... 603......... 1991-92 9. Domonic Harris......... 583......... 1997-98 10. Rick Brown............... 581......... 1971-72 11. Randy Lotton............ 572......... 1983-84 12. Josh Robinson......... 558......... 1989-90 13. Rick Brown............... 552......... 1970-71 14. Russ Crafton............ 545......... 1992-93 15. Scott Jones.............. 526......... 1970-71 16. Russ Crafton............ 525......... 1993-94 17. Jeremy Robinson..... 515......... 1994-95 18. Felix Sanford............ 507......... 1961-62 19. Jahvea Vidakovich... 504......... 1996-97 20. Steve Coon.............. 499......... 1978-79 21. Tim McLaurin............ 492......... 2008-09 22. Bob Wood................. 489......... 1978-79 23. Jerry Bartak.............. 488......... 1966-67 24. Norm Wilson............. 484......... 1961-62 25. Bud Larsen............... 482......... 1952-53

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Name Points Opponent Josh Robinson 51 Dana College Russ Crafton 48 Adams State *Otis Frazier 46 Nebraska-Kearney Randy Lotton 45 Colorado College Mike Kinnaird 43 Colorado College Felix Sanford 41 Southern Colorado Otis Frazier 41 N.M Highlands Mike Kinnaird 40 South Dakota Tech Dale Eastman 40 Colorado College Scott Jones 40 U-Missouri-KC Scott Jones 40 South Dakota Tech Russ Crafton 40 Univ. of Denver Jahvea Vidakovich 40 UC-Colorado Springs Felix Sanford 39 Dakota Wesleyan Jim Rhodes 39 Omaha University Jim Rhodes 39 Peru State College Mike Kinnaird 39 Metropolitan State Mike Kinnaird 39 Black Hills State Gregg Stevens 39 Wayne State College Ted Niemann 39 CU-Colorado Springs Kweemada King 39 Black Hills State Kweemada King 39 Southern Colorado Glen Groves 38 Kearney State Scott Jones 38 Minot State College Russ Crafton 38 Minot State College Russ Crafton 38 South Dakota Tech * Armstrong Gymnasium Record

Career Scorers

Name.......................... Points...............Year 1. Josh Robinson...... 2,041......... 1988-92 2. Steve Coon........... 1,646......... 1975-79 3. Bud Larsen............ 1,605......... 1949-53 4. Jason Robinson.... 1,581......... 1990-94 5. Scott Blachly......... 1,565......... 1984-88 6. Felix Sanford......... 1,532......... 1960-64 Jeremy Wissing..... 1,532......... 2000-04 8. Russ Crafton......... 1,520......... 1991-94 9. Ted Niemann......... 1,490......... 1984-88 10. Jeremy Robinson.. 1,459......... 1992-96 11. Jerry Bartak........... 1,389......... 1963-67 12. Nels Christiansen.. 1,375......... 1948-52 13. Elijah Collins.......... 1,319......... 2001-05 14. Joe Johnson.......... 1,277......... 1964-68 15. J.J. Feddersen...... 1,242......... 1990-94 16. Zak Kennedy......... 1,200......... 1998-01 17. Jahvea Vidakovich.1,160......... 1993-97 18. Rick Brown............ 1,133......... 1970-72 Scott Jones........... 1,133......... 1970-72 20. Norm Wilson.......... 1,131......... 1958-62 21. Bob Wood.............. 1,130......... 1975-79 22. Rich King................1,110......... 1982-85 23. Larry Lytle.............. 1,093......... 1952-56 24. James Robinson... 1,084......... 1994-97 25. Jim Hampton......... 1,058......... 1954-58 26. Greg Stevens........ 1,009......... 1981-84 27. Glen Groves.......... 1,004......... 1945-49

Per Game Averages

Season 1989-90 1992-93 1999-00 1983-84 1968-69 1963-64 1999-00 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1993-94 1996-97 1963-64 1966-67 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1981-82 1987-88 1999-00 1999-00 1947-48 1971-72 1993-94 1993-94

Name............... Average...............Year 1. Ted Niemann........... 24.8......... 1987-88 2. Felix Sanford........... 24.5......... 1963-64 3. Mike Kinnaird.......... 24.4......... 1968-69 4. Jim Rhoades........... 24.2......... 1966-67 5. Kweemada King...... 23.5......... 1999-00 6 Otis Frazier.............. 23.2......... 1999-00 7. Scott Blachly........... 23.0......... 1987-88 8. Scott Jones............. 22.5......... 1971-72 9. Domonic Harris........ 22.5......... 1997-98 10. Rick Brown.............. 22.3......... 1971-72 11. Josh Robinson........ 21.7......... 1990-91 12. Rick Brown.............. 21.2......... 1970-71 13. Scott Jones............. 21.0......... 1970-71 14. Dick Muma.............. 20.8......... 1963-64 15. Bud Larsen.............. 20.1......... 1952-53 Josh Robinson........ 20.1......... 1991-92 17. Steve Coon............. 20.0......... 1978-79 18. Glen Groves............ 19.9......... 1947-48 19. Jeremy Robinson.... 19.8......... 1994-95 20. Bob Wood................ 19.6......... 1978-79 21. Russ Crafton........... 19.5......... 1992-93 22. Russ Crafton........... 19.4......... 1993-94 Jahvea Vidakovich.. 19.4......... 1996-97 24. Josh Robinson........ 19.2......... 1989-90 25. Felix Sanford........... 18.8......... 1961-62 Bud Larsen.............. 18.8......... 1951-52


When was the Last Time the Eagles???

n Had a player score 25 points - Tim McLaurin (26) vs. UCCS, 1-31-09

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n Had a player score 30 points - Tim McLaurin (32) vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11-21-08

n Had a player with a double-double - Moala Tautuaa, 16 points, 10 rebounds vs. Colorado Christian, 1-29-11

n Had a player score 35 points - Marcus Ligons (37) vs. Colorado-Colorado Springs, 1-18-07

n Had a player with a triple-double - Tim McLaurin (23 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists) vs. Augustana, 11-15-08. Otis Frazier (12 points, 14 rebounds, 10 assists) vs. Southern Colorado, 1-20-2000. (Only two CSC male players to achieve triple-double).

n Had a player score 45 points - Otis Frazier (46) vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 2-26-2000. n Had a player score 50 points - Josh Robinson (*51) vs. Dana College, 1989-90. n Had a player make 10 field goals - Tim McLaurin (10) vs. UC-Colorado Springs, 1-31-09 n Had a player make 12 field goals - Tim McLaurin (12) vs. Adams State, 1-3-08 n Had a player make 18 field goals - Otis Frazier (**18) vs. NebraskaKearney, 2-26-2000. n Had a player make 6 3-pointers - Jordan Lisco (6-9) vs. CSU-Pueblo, 2-19-11 n Had a player make 9 3-pointers - Russ Crafton (9-20) vs. Denver University, 1993-94. n Had a player make 12 3-pointers - Russ Crafton (*12-15) vs. Adams State, 2-5-93. n Had a player make 15 3’s in two consecutive games - Theo Donley (8-11 & 7-8), Feb. 2007 n Had a player make 17 3’s in two consecutive games - Russ Crafton, (*12-15 & 5-9), 1993-94 n Had a player make 15 free throws - Otis Frazier (15-18) vs. N.M. Highlands, 1-29-2000. n Had a player make 18 free throws - Stan Roden (*18-21) vs. S.D. Tech, 1962-63. n Most free throws attempted in a game - 21 by Bud Murray (11-21), 1960 vs. Wayne State n Had a player make 5 dunk shots - Zak Kennedy (*5) vs. Colorado Christian, 2-4-99 n Had a player grab 12 rebounds - Fernando Bonfim (18) vs. Colo.Colorado Springs, 2-24-07 n Had a player grab 18 rebounds - Fernando Bonfim (18) vs. Colo. Colorado Springs, 2-24-07. n Had a player grab 20 rebounds - Ron Jeffrey (22) vs. Wayland Baptist, 12-30-70. n Had a player grab 25 rebounds - Felix Sanford (*31) vs Southern Colorado, 1-18-64.

Had a player with 8 steals - Dan Beebe (*8) vs. Fort Lewis, 1-5-91.

n Had 2 players score at least 20 points - Kevin McClelland (22) and Ron Hudson (20) vs. Western State, 12-4-10 n Had 4 players score at least 20 points - Bubba Hladky (25), Jason Kreiling (21), Jahvea Vidakovich (21), James Robinson (20, beat Moorhead State 104-97, 11-30-96 (Only time at CSC) n Had 2 players score at least 30 points - Russ Crafton (38) & J.J. Feddersen (30), beat South Dakota Tech, 104-95, 12-1-93. n Had 2 players score at least 25 points - Otis Frazier (33) & Kweemada King (25) vs. Northern Colorado, 12-3-99. (Also, both Frazier and King scored 25 vs. Minnesota-Mankato, 11-19-99) n

Had 10 players score - (11) vs. Johnson & Wales, 2-13-07

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Had 12 players score - (12) vs. Western State, 1-1-04.

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Had 14 players score - (14) vs. South Dakota Tech, 11-21-96.

n Had just one player score in double figures - Kody Christensen (15) vs. Colorado Mines, 1-28-06 n

Had no players score in double figures - vs. Regis, 2-12-04.

n Had four players score at least 15 points - Jay Wissing (17), Jeremy Wissing (16), Eric Griffo (16), Darnell Williams (15) vs. Colorado Mines, 2-5-04. n Had four players score at least 16 points - Jeremy Robinson (19), James Robinson (18), Jahvea Vidakovich (18), Shannon Pearson (16), beat Western State 90-80, 2-18-95. n Had five players score at least 16 points - Jeff Tophoj (24), James Robinson (17), Jahvea Vidakovich (16), Bubba Hladky (16), Jeremy Robinson (16), lost to Adams State, 104-98 in OT, 1-21-95. n Had six players score in double figures - Dave Camadini (26), Darnell Williams (16), Elijah Collins (16), Henry Davis (14), Isaac Jordan (12), Eric Griffo (10), during 103-74 win over Colorado-Colorado Springs. (12-11-04). n Had seven players score in double figures - Larry Uhing (17), Scott Parker (16), Steve Coon (15), Roosevelt Watkins (10), Lyle Roberts (10), Tim Stallings (10), Jim Rorabaugh (10), during 116-64 win over Metro State, Jan, 1978 (Only time CSC has had 7 in double figures). n Biggest comeback victory - Colorado Mines led 36-18 at halftime, but CSC won 70-60, 1-31-98. n

Won in double overtime - beat St. Edward’s, Tex., 87-83, 11-21-03.

n Had a player with 8 assists - Marco DeSouza (9) vs. Fort Lewis, 12-21-08

n Last player to make 24 consecutive free throws - Dave Camadini, 2003-04.

n Had a player with 10 assists - Tim McLaurin (10) vs. Augustana, 11-15-08

n Last player to make 30 consecutive free throws - Jahvea Vidakovich (31), 1996-97.

n Had a player with 12 assists - James Robinson (12) vs. N.M. Highlands, 2-9-95.

n Last player to make 35 consecutive free throws - Steve Coon (*39), 1976-77.

n Had a player with 14 assists - Bret Bondegard (*14) vs. NebraskaKearney, 2-26-2000.

n Hit a game-winning shot - Robert Martin vs. Adams State (95-93 win), 12-12-09

n Had a player with 6 steals - Dave Camadini (7) vs. Fort Hays State, 1-18-05.

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Season-By-Season Men’s Comparative Statistics Year............ FG-FGA........ %.............FT-FTA........%............Reb............ Avg........... Points............ Avg 1965-66...... 784-1740....... 47.0..........416-629........66.0.........1,113.......... 46.4........... 1,984.............. 82.7 Opp............. 581-1502....... 39.0..........406-641........63.0.........722............ 30.1........... 1,568.............. 64.5

Year........... FG-FGA......%........3-Point...... %........FT-FTA......%.........Reb........Avg...... Points.... Avg 1988-89..... 1054-2298....45.9.....156-419..... 37.2.....509-723......70.4......1,179......36.8..... 2,773...... 86.7 Opp............ 1083-2115....51.2.....184-372..... 49.5.....643-899......71.5......1,236......38.6..... 2,993...... 93.5

1966-67...... 877-1867....... 46.9..........496-651........76.1.........1,021......... 39.3........... 2,250.............. 86.5 Opp............. 729-1854....... 39.3..........436-670........65.1.........774............ 29.7........... 1,894.............. 72.8

1989-90..... 963-2079......46.3.....179-433..... 41.3.....556-843......65.9......1,311......45.2..... 2,661...... 91.8 Opp............ 953-2032......46.9.....136-353..... 38.5.....630-938......67.2......1,260......43.4..... 2,672...... 92.1

1967-68...... 754-1513....... 49.8..........373-531........70.2.........850............ 37.0........... 1,881.............. 81.8 Opp............. 640-1474....... 44.1..........402-619........64.8.........726............ 31.6........... 1.681.............. 73.1

1990-91..... 995-2237......44.5.....186-259..... 35.2.....543-861......63.1......1,303......43.4..... 2,719...... 90.6 Opp............ 957-1978......48.4.....166-442..... 37.6.....757-1082....69.9......1,308......43.6..... 2,839...... 94.6

1968-69...... 718-1655....... 43.3..........408-612........66.6.........877............ 35.1........... 1,844.............. 73.7 Opp............. 769-1668....... 46.1..........379-585........64.8.........755............ 30.2........... 1,917.............. 76.6

1991-92..... 912-1927......49.3.....200-494..... 40.5.....649-951......68.2......1,162......38.7..... 2,673...... 89.1 Opp............ 963-2067......46.6.....197-525..... 37.5.....594-852......69.7......1,224......40.8..... 2,717...... 90.6

1969-70...... 660-1578....... 41.8... .......382-551........69.3.........837............ 33.1........... 1,702.............. 68.0 Opp............. 710-1532....... 46.3..........490-704........69.6.........847............ 33.9........... 1,910.............. 76.4

1992-93..... 786-1794......43.8.....208-599..... 34.7.....523-743......70.4......1,027......36.7..... 2,303...... 82.3 Opp............ 815-1725......47.2.....125-351..... 35.6.....612-880......69.5......1,095......39.1..... 2,367...... 84.5

1970-71...... 838-1816....... 46.1..........419-617........67.9.........1,046......... 40.2........... 2,095.............. 80.6 Opp............. 731-1749....... 41.8..........474-704........67.3.........944............ 36.3........... 1,936.............. 74.5

1993-94..... 802-1727......46.4.....225-605..... 37.2.....560-804......69.6......988.........36.6..... 2,389...... 88.5 Opp............ 857-1736......49.4.....136-392..... 34.7.....465-682......68.2......1,048......38.8..... 2,315...... 85.7

1971-72...... 889-1974....... 45.0..........409-590........69.7.........1,111.......... 41.2........... 2,187.............. 81.0 Opp............. 826-1930....... 42.8..........512-755........67.8.........1,078......... 39.8........... 2,164.............. 80.1

1994-95..... 751-1685......44.6.....135-417..... 32.4.....456-728......62.6......983.........37.8..... 2,093...... 80.5 Opp............ 850-1726......49.2.....163-425..... 38.4.....550-829......66.3......1,139......43.8..... 2,413...... 92.8

1972-73...... 638-1663....... 38.4..........298-440........67.5.........866............ 36.1........... 1,574.............. 65.5 Opp............. 742-1667....... 44.5..........408-591........68.9.........1,017......... 42.4........... 1,892.............. 78.8

1995-96..... 825-1749......47.2.....144-422..... 34.1.....501-830......60.4......1,085......40.2..... 2,295...... 85.0 Opp............ 850-1825......46.7.....185-502..... 36.9.....532-791......67.3......1,175......43.5..... 2,417...... 89.5

1973-74...... 768-1725....... 44.5..........269-422........63.7.........1,080......... 41.5........... 1,805.............. 69.4 Opp............. 806-1886....... 42.7..........292-442........66.1.........990............ 38.0........... 1,904.............. 73.2

1996-97..... 684-1624......42.1.....162-508..... 31.9.....519-765......67.9......1,121......43.1..... 2,049...... 78.8 Opp............ 760-1621......46.9.....174-478..... 36.4.....523-823......63.5......1,081......41.6..... 2,217...... 85.3

1974-75...... 712-1724....... 41.3... .......294-423........69.5.........979............ 39.2........... 1,718.............. 68.7 Opp............. 775-1596....... 47.3..........288-450........64.0.........836............ 33.4........... 1,814.............. 72.6

1997-98..... 713-1586......45.0.....169-476..... 35.5.....535-784......68.2......959.........36.8..... 2,130...... 82.0 Opp............ 754-1600......47.1.....180-442..... 40.7.....535-762......70.2......1,051......40.4..... 2,223...... 85.5

1975-76...... 692-1497....... 46.2..........332-482........68.9.........904............ 36.2........... 1.716.............. 68.6 Opp............. 728-1545....... 47.1..........385-562........68.5.........831............ 33.2........... 1,841.............. 73.6

1998-99..... 702-1518......46.2.....209-573..... 36.5.....403-686......58.7......925.........35.6..... 2,016...... 77.5 Opp............ 664-1465......45.3.....174-457..... 38.1.....521-740......70.4......975.........37.5..... 2,023...... 77.8

1976-77...... 848-1686....... 50.3..........381-571........66.7.........1,079......... 39.2........... 2,077.............. 79.9 Opp............. 827-1818....... 45.5..........306-470........65.1.........938............ 36.1........... 1,960.............. 75.4

1999-00..... 764-1723......44.3.....263-738..... 35.6.....546-776......70.4......1,003......37.1..... 2,337...... 86.6 Opp............ 698-1601......43.6.....147-496..... 29.6.....533-762......69.9......1,087......40.3..... 2,076...... 76.9

1977-78...... 865-1793....... 48.2..........418-594........70.4.........1,156......... 44.5........... 2,148.............. 82.6 Opp............. 790-1752....... 45.1..........349-521........66.9.........883............ 33.9........... 1,929.............. 88.3

2000-01..... 623-1425......43.7.....210-571..... 36.8.....336-565......59.5......907.........36.3..... 1,792...... 71.7 Opp............ 657-1407......46.7.....165-404..... 40.8.....483-672......71.9......885.........35.4..... 1,962...... 78.5

1978-79...... 777-1491....... 52.1..........314-440........71.4.........865............ 34.6........... 1,868.............. 74.7 Opp............. 707-1499....... 47.2..........369-554........66.6.........815............ 32.6........... 1,783.............. 71.3

2001-02..... 720-1507......47.8.....207-557..... 37.2.....468-667......70.2......950.........35.2..... 2,115...... 78.3 Opp............ 736-1600......46.0.....172-481..... 35.8.....422-625......67.5......890.........33.0..... 2,066...... 76.5

1979-80...... 911-1955........ 47.0... .......466-634........74.0.........1,189......... 37.1........... 2,288.............. 71.5 Opp............. 852-1911........ 45.0..........508-708........72.0.........1,125......... 35.1........... 2,212.............. 69.1

2002-03..... 686-1447......47.4.....181-518..... 34.9.....376-560......67.1......937.........36.0..... 1,929...... 74.2 Opp............ 706-1,542.....45.8.....197-526..... 37.5.....423-586......72.2......859.........33.0..... 2,032...... 78.2

1980-81...... 778-1677....... 46.4..........316-481........65.7.........961............ 34.3........... 1,872.............. 66.9 Opp............. 713-1490....... 47.9..........379-563........67.3.........961............ 34.3........... 1,805.............. 64.5

2003-04..... 706-1602......44.1.....170-528..... 32.3.....383-568......67.4......929.........34.4..... 1,965...... 72.8 Opp............ 751-1644......45.7.....178-522..... 34.1.....459-627......73.2......1,036......38.4..... 3,139...... 79.2

1981-82...... 693-1552....... 44.7..........265-464........57.1.........933............ 35.9........... 1,651.............. 63.5 Opp............. 704-1540....... 45.7..........416-634........65.6.........949............ 36.5........... 1,825.............. 70.2

2004-05..... 703-1530......45.9.....193-520..... 37.1.....398-593......67.1......934.........34.6..... 1,997...... 74.0 Opp............ 714-1604......44.5.....210-556..... 37.8.....390-551......70.8......969.........35.9..... 2,028...... 75.1

1982-83...... 797-1636....... 48.7..........292-438........66.7.........1,055......... 39.1........... 1,889.............. 70.0 Opp............. 711-1640........ 43.3..........368-512........71.9.........1,003......... 37.1........... 1,790.............. 66.3

2005-06..... 569-1361......41.8.....164-516..... 31.8.....400-584......68.5......849.........31.4..... 1,702...... 63.0 Opp............ 634-1413......44.9.....166-474..... 35.0.....351-522......67.2......901.........33.4..... 1,785...... 66.1

1983-84...... 888-1907....... 46.6..........494-698........70.8.........1,234......... 38.6........... 2,271.............. 70.9 Opp............. 909-1994....... 45.6..........459-690........66.5.........1,305......... 40.8........... 2,282.............. 71.3

2006-07..... 701-1605......43.7.....210-586..... 35.8.....390-605......64.5......999.........37.0..... 2,002...... 74.1 Opp............ 781-1582......49.4.....203-471..... 43.1.....489-738......66.3......920.........34.1..... 2,254...... 83.5

1984-85...... 724-1516....... 47.7..........363-514........70.6.........957............ 35.4........... 1,817.............. 67.2 Opp............. 780-1656....... 47.1..........391-540........72.4.........993............ 36.7........... 1,960.............. 72.5

2007-08..... 684-1628......42.0.....214-605..... 35.4.....384-550......69.8......955.........35.4..... 1,966...... 72.8 Opp............ 747-1527......48.9.....186-500..... 37.2.....432-586......73.7......943.........34.9..... 2,112...... 78.2

1985-86...... 744-1544....... 48.2..........308-440........70.2.........861............ 33.1........... 1,811.............. 69.7 Opp............. 756-1607....... 47.0..........356-502........70.9.........949............ 36.5........... 1,878.............. 72.2

2008-09..... 635-1480......42.9.....192-554..... 34.7.....423-592......71.5......894.........33.1..... 1885....... 69.8 Opp............ 678-1481......45.8.....174-497..... 35.0.....489-709......69.0......959.........35.5..... 2019....... 74.8

1986-87...... 769-1687....... 45.6..........311-447........69.6.........856............ 32.9........... 1,933.............. 74.3 Opp............. 799-1684....... 47.4..........270-402........67.2.........963............ 37.0........... 1,954.............. 75.2

2009-10..... 615-1386......44.4.....160-497..... 32.2.....446-625......71.4......847.........32.6..... 1836....... 70.6 Opp............ 642-1352......47.5.....157-418..... 37.6.....519-743......69.9......861.........33.1..... 1960....... 75.4

1987-88..... 902-1795......50.3.....142-325..... 43.7.....379-526......72.1......896.........35.8..... 2,325...... 92.0 Opp............ 907-1877......48.3.....123-261..... 47.1.....400-561......71.3......957.........38.3..... 2,337...... 93.5

2010-11..... 627-1413......44.4.....156-487..... 32.0.....387-577......67.1......888.........34.2..... 1797....... 69.1 Opp............ 685-1519......45.1.....144-410..... 35.1.....434-630......68.9......934.........35.9..... 1948....... 74.9

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Season-by-Season Leaders Top Scorers by Season

Year Name........................... Pts Avg Year Name........................... Pts Avg Year Name........................... Pts Avg 1948-49 Glen Groves................. 328 17.9. 17.91970-71 Rick Brown................... 552 21.2. 21.21992-93 Russ Crafton................ 545 19.5. 19.5 Nels Christiansen......... 253 12.0. 12.0 Scott Jones.................. 526 21.0. 21.0 Jason Robinson........... 362 12.9. 12.9 1949-50 John Mankin................. 312 14.9. Nels Christiansen......... 307 15.4.

14.91971-72 Scott Jones.................. 607 22.5. 15.4 Rick Brown................... 581 22.3.

22.51993-94 Russ Crafton................ 525 19.4. 22.3 Jason Robinson........... 460 17.0.

19.4 17.0

1950-51 Nels Christiansen......... 391 16.3. Bud Larsen................... 369 15.4.

16.31972-73 Roger Ingabrand.......... 432 18.0. 15.4 Don Daugherty............. 265 11.0.

18.01994-95 Jeremy Robinson......... 515 19.8. 11.0 Jeff Tophoj.................... 331 12.7.

19.8 12.7

1951-52 Bud Larsen................... 469 18.8. Nels Christiansen......... 421 16.8.

18.81973-74 Brian Wendler.............. 401 15.4. 16.8 Roger Ingabrand.......... 379 14.6.

15.41995-96 James Robinson.......... 466 17.3. 14.6 Jeremy Robinson......... 455 16.9.

17.3 16.9

1952-53 Bud Larsen................... 482 20.1. Tom Stroud................... 259 10.8.

20.11974-75 Kevin Moore................. 357 14.3. 10.8 Brian Wendler.............. 324 13.5.

Jahvea Vidakovich....... 504 19.4. Jason Kreiling.............. 348 13.4.

19.4 13.4

1953-54 Quentin Hughes........... 291 11.2. Danny Kuska................ 289 11.1.

11.21975-76 Steve Coon.................. 338 13.5. 11.1 Scott Johnson.............. 290 11.6.

14.31996-97 13.5 13.51997-98 11.6

Domonic Harris............ 583 22.4. Jason Kreiling.............. 297 11.4.

22.4 11.4

1954-55 Larry Lytle.................... 331 13.2. Danny Kuska................ 302 12.1.

13.21976-77 Steve Coon.................. 423 16.3. 12.1 Roosevelt Watkins....... 378 14.5.

1955-56 Larry Lytle.................... 359 17.1. Bob Kelly...................... 290 13.8.

17.11977-78 Roosevelt Watkins....... 426 16.4. 13.8 Steve Coon.................. 386 14.8.

Domonic Harris............ 385 16.7. Mark Kamerzell............ 290 11.6. Zak Kennedy................ 298 11.5.

16.7 11.6 11.5

1956-57 Jim Hampton................ 356 14.8. Dale Hendrickson......... 302 12.5.

14.81978-79 Steve Coon.................. 499 19.9. 12.5 Bob Wood.................... 489 19.6.

Kweemada King........... 612 23.5. Otis Frazier.................. 626 23.2.

23.5 23.2

1957-58 Jim Hampton................ 383 16.3. Dale Hendrickson......... 316 15.8.

16.31979-80 Dick Uhing.................... 352 11.0. 15.8 Tim Stallings................ 312 9.7.

Zak Kennedy................ 369 15.4. Jeremy Wissing............ 329 13.2.

15.4 13.2

1958-59 Rod Borders................. 322 12.9. Fran Wrage.................. 261 10.8.

12.91980-81 Mark Brown.................. 329 13.2. 10.8 Dick Uhing.................... 284 11.4.

Jeremy Wissing............ 434 16.1. Elijah Collins................ 313 11.6.

16.1 11.6

1959-60 Bud Murray.................. 334 15.2. Norm Wilson................ 287 13.0.

15.21981-82 Dave Licari................... 246 9.5. 13.0 Gregg Stephens........... 225 14.1.

Jeremy Wissing............ 383 14.7. Elijah Collins................ 330 12.7.

14.7 12.7

1960-61 Felix Sanford................ 378 16.4. Norm Wilson................ 349 15.2.

16.41982-83 Randy Fahey................ 384 14.8. 15.2 Gregg Stephens........... 378 14.0.

Jeremy Wissing............ 386 14.3. Elijah Collins................ 346 12.8.

14.3 12.8

1961-62 Felix Sanford................ 507 18.8. Norm Wilson................ 484 17.9.

18.81983-84 Randy Lotton................ 572 17.9. 17.9 Rich King...................... 475 14.8.

Dave Camadini............ 385 14.3. Eric Griffo..................... 368 13.6.

14.3 13.6

1962-63 Mick Megown............... 364 14.6. Walter Green................ 357 14.3.

14.61984-85 Rich King...................... 416 15.4. 14.3 Rand Woods................ 345 13.2.

Marcus Ligons.............. 379 14.0. Adisa Tobin.................. 326 12.1.

14.0 12.1

1963-64 Felix Sanford................ 466 24.5. Dick Muma................... 457 20.8.

24.51985-86 Ted Niemann................ 428 16.5. 20.8 Scott Blachly................ 402 15.5.

Marcus Ligons.............. 471 17.4. Theo Donley................. 303 12.1.

17.4 12.1

1964-65 Jerry Bartak.................. 314 13.1. Marlin Green................ 217 9.0.

13.11986-87 Scott Blachly................ 457 18.3. 9.0 Ted Niemann................ 391 15.0.

Tim McLaurin............... 458 17.6. Kyle Cotton.................. 307 11.4.

17.6 11.4

1965-66 Jerry Bartak.................. 441 18.3. Joe Johnson................. 403 16.8.

18.31987-88 Ted Niemann................ 621 24.8. 16.8 Scott Blachly................ 436 23.0.

Tim McLaurin............... 492 18.2. Kevin McClelland......... 276 10.2.

18.2 10.2

1966-67 Jim Rhodes.................. 676 24.4. Jerry Bartak.................. 491 17.5.

24.41988-89 Mark Mercer................. 462 14.4. 17.5 Tija Glass..................... 448 14.5.

Moala Tautuaa............. 314 12.1. Donte Archie................ 272 10.5.

12.1 10.5

1967-68 Joe Johnson................. 381 16.5. John Smith................... 350 15.3.

16.51989-90 Josh Robinson............. 558 19.2. 15.3 Mike Hunter.................. 431 14.9.

16.31998-99 14.5 16.4 14.81999-00 19.9 19.62000-01 11.0 9.7 2001-02 13.2 11.42002-03 9.5 14.12003-04 14.8 14.02004-05 17.9 14.82005-06 15.4 13.22006-07 16.5 15.52007-08 18.3 15.02008-09 24.8 23.02009-10 14.4 14.52010-11 19.2 14.9

Kevin McClelland......... 357 14.9. Moala Tautuaa............. 322 12.4 .

14.9 12.4

1968-69 Mike Kinnaird................611 24.4. Preston Smith.............. 381 15.2.

24.41990-91 Josh Robinson............. 651 21.7. 15.2 Dan Beebe................... 401 14.3.

21.7 14.3

1969-70 Dale Eastman.............. 415 16.6. Steve Aggers................ 293 11.7.

16.61991-92 Josh Robinson............. 603 20.1. 11.7 Jason Robinson........... 431 14.9.

20.1 14.9

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Top Rebounders by Season

Year Name........................G Reb. Avg

Year Name........................G Reb. Avg

Year Name........................G Reb. Avg

61-62

Felix Sanford..................21 293 Walter Green..................21 240

13.9 11.4

79-80

Tim Stallings...................32 217 Dick Uhing......................32 147

6.7 4.6

97-98

Domonic Harris..............26 195 Zak Kennedy..................26 123

7.5 4.7

62-63

Walter Green..................25 233 Al Lawrence...................25 136

9.3 5.4

80-81

Mark Brown....................25 156 Dick Uhing......................25 140

6.2 5.6

98-99

Marvin Thompson..........26 159 Domonic Harris..............23 127

6.1 5.5

63-64

Felix Sanford..................19 340

17.9

81-82

Rod Billingsley...............23 147 Gregg Stephens.............16 99

6.4 6.2

99-00

Otis Frazier....................27 221 Zak Kennedy..................27 142

8.2 5.3

64-65

Joe Johnson...................24 173 Jerry Bartak....................24 141

7.2 5.9

82-83

Rod Billingsley...............21 142 Randy Lotton..................27 181

6.8 6.7

00-01

Zak Kennedy..................24 144 Kevin Evans...................15 120

6.0 8.0

65-66

Joe Johnson...................24 340 Ron Kopecky..................24 142

14.2 6.0

83-84

Randy Lotton..................32 255 Gregg Stephens.............32 199

8.0 6.2

01-02

Deon David....................27 166 Elijah Collins..................27 142

6.1 5.3

66-67

Joe Johnson...................26 206 Jerry Bartak....................26 175

8.0 7.3

84-85

Rich King........................27 159 Charles Wigfall...............14 90

5.8 6.4

02-03

Deon David....................25 209 Elijah Collins..................26 165

8.4 6.3

67-68

Joe Johnson...................23 201 John Smith.....................23 125

8.7 5.4

85-86

Ted Niemann..................26 161 Rand Woods..................26 142

6.2 5.5

03-04

Elijah Collins..................27 152 Darnell Williams.............27 129

5.6 4.8

68-69

Mike Kinnaird.................25 290 Jack Kuiper....................25 184

11.6 7.4

86-87

Phil Terpstra...................26 142 Ted Niemann..................26 127

5.5 4.9

04-05

Eric Griffo.......................27 197 Elijah Collins..................27 177

7.3 6.6

69-70

Ron Jeffrey.....................25 251 Rex Brown.....................15 77

10.0 5.1

87-88

Ted Niemann..................25 193 Phil Terpstra...................25 134

7.7 5.4

05-06

Marcus Ligons................27 218 Adisa Tobin.....................27 134

8.1 5.0

70-71

Ron Jeffrey.....................26 318 Scott Jones....................25 207

12.2 8.3

88-89

Mack Megown................32 240 Josh Robinson...............20 110

7.5 5.5

06-07

Marcus Ligons................27 217 Fernando Bonfim...........27 161

8.0 6.0

71-72

Russ Taylor....................27 258 Scott Jones....................27 204

9.6 7.6

89-90

Ron Watt........................29 227 Josh Robinson...............29 219

7.8 7.6

07-08

Tim McLaurin.................26 158 Kyle Cotton....................27 136

6.1 5.0

72-73

Roger Ingabrand............24 203 Don Daugherty...............24 143

8.5 6.0

90-91

Josh Robinson...............30 308 Jason Robinson.............29 159

10.3 5.5

08-09

Tim McLaurin.................27 141 Moala Tautuaa................25 104

5.2 4.2

73-74

Roger Ingabrand............26 262 Jim Scheiman................19 127

10.0 6.7

91-92

Josh Robinson...............30 257 Jason Robinson.............29 162

8.6 5.6

09-10

Moala Tautuaa................26 131 Donte Archie..................26 122

5.0 4.7

74-75

Steve Hornback.............25 218 Kevin Moore...................25 153

8.7 6.1

92-93

Jack Whitefoot...............28 121 Jeremy Robinson...........28 121

4.3 4.3

10-11

Moala Tautuaa................26 134 Ray Mitchell...................26 126

5.2 4.8

75-76

Scott Johnson................25 147 Steve Hornback.............23 109

5.8 4.7

93-94

Jeremy Robinson...........27 169 Shannon Pearson..........27 156

6.3 5.8

76-77

Roosevelt Watkins.........26 269 Larry Uhing....................26 190

10.3 7.3

94-95

Jeff Tophoj......................26 207 Jeremy Robinson...........26 188

8.0 7.2

77-78 77-78

Roosevelt Watkins.........26 321 Larry Uhing....................26 187

12.3 7.2

95-96

Jeremy Robinson...........27 189 Jeff Tophoj......................27 167

7.0 6.2

78-79

Steve Coon....................25 175 Vince Myrick...................23 152

7.0 6.6

96-97

Jason Kreiling................26 148 James Robinson............26 130

5.8 5.0

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Records vs. Current Opponents

The Eagles’ home court is at Armstrong Gymnasium. Opened in 1964, Armstrong has a capacity of 2,500. The building is named for Ross Armstrong, long-time CSC coach and administrator.

Records vs. Former Opponents

School..................................................................W............................................ L.......Last Game Adams State College (Colo.).............................. 14......................................... 16........... 2010-11 Black Hills State Univ (S.D.).............................. 117......................................... 65........... 2010-11 Colorado Christian University............................. 17......................................... 16........... 2010-11 Colorado-Colorado Springs................................. 11.......................................... 12........... 2010-11 Colorado School of Mines................................... 44......................................... 24........... 2010-11 Colorado State-Pueblo.......................................... 6......................................... 15 .......... 2010-11 Fort Lewis College (Colo.).................................... 9......................................... 15........... 2010-11 Mary University (N.D.)........................................... 9.......................................... 13........... 2010-11 Colorado Mesa University.................................... 8......................................... 25........... 2010-11 Metropolitan State College (Colo.)...................... 11......................................... 31........... 2010-11 Montana State-Billings.......................................... 6............................................ 5........... 2004-05 Nebraska-Kearney, University of........................ 65.........................................110........... 2010-11 Nebraska-Omaha, University of........................... 9.......................................... 11........... 2009-10 New Mexico Highlands University...................... 20.......................................... 10........... 2010-11 Northern Colorado, University of...........................4......................................... 12................ 2000 Regis University (Colo.)....................................... 34......................................... 36........... 2010-11 Western New Mexico University............................ 1............................................ 4........... 2010-11 Western State College (Colo.)............................ 34......................................... 24........... 2010-11 Total................................................................... 545........................................ 508

Last School W L Game Air Force Academy................................................0............ 1....................... 1956 Angelo State Univeristy (Tex.)...............................0.............1....................... 2001 Augustana College (S.D.)..................................... 1.............2.................. 2008-09 Bellevue College................................................ 22............ 7....................... 1987 Benedictine............................................................0.............1.................. 2009-10 Bethany College (Kan.).........................................2............ 3....................... 1986 Bethel College (Kan.)............................................1............ 1....................... 1974 Bismarck College (N.D.)........................................1............ 0....................... 1983 Briar Cliff College (Iowa)........................................1............ 0....................... 1971 Buena Vista College (Iowa)...................................1............ 0....................... 1971 Cal State Dominguez Hills.....................................0.............1.................. 2008-09 Carroll College (Mont.)..........................................1............ 2....................... 1989 Carthage College (Mo.).........................................1............ 0....................... 1970 Central Oklahoma University.................................1............ 0....................... 1983 College of Santa Fe (N.M.)....................................2............ 0....................... 1979 Colorado College................................................ 25............ 5.................. 2005-06 Concordia College (Neb.)......................................9............ 9....................... 1992 Concordia-St. Paul College (Minn.).......................0............ 2....................... 2006 Cotner College .....................................................1............ 0....................... 1923 Dakota Wesleyan University (S.D.)...................... 2............ 4....................... 1963 Dana College.........................................................9............ 2....................... 1989 Denver, University of............................................ 5.......... 19....................... 1997 Dickinson State University (N.D.)........................16.......... 22....................... 1993 Doane College.................................................... 32...........25....................... 1991 Eastern New Mexico University.............................1............ 3....................... 1988 Ellsworth Air Force Base (S.D.).............................6............ 0....................... 1963 Emporia College (Kan.).........................................0............ 1....................... 1973 Fort Hays State University (Kan.)......................... 7.......... 28....................... 2006 Goldy-Beacom College (Del.)............................... 1.............0....................... 2004 Grand Island College.............................................0............ 2....................... 1927 Great Falls, University of (Mont)........................... 2.............4....................... 2001 Hastings College................................................ 26...........47....................... 1989 Huron University (S.D.).........................................6............ 6....................... 2001 Illinois-Chicago Circle........................................... 0.............1....................... 1983 Indiana State University........................................0............ 1....................... 1983 Jamestown College (N.D.)....................................3............ 1....................... 1988 John F. Kennedy College......................................1............ 0....................... 1974 Johnson and Wales (Colo.)...................................2.............2................. 2007-08 Kansas Wesleyan University.................................0............ 3....................... 1986 McPherson College (Kan.)....................................3............ 0....................... 1988 Marymount College (Kan.)....................................0............ 1....................... 1983 McCook Junior College.........................................5............ 0....................... 1973 McKendree College (Ill.)........................................1............ 0....................... 1983 Midland Lutheran College.................................. 27...........18....................... 1990 Minnesota-Morris College.....................................0............ 1....................... 1969 Minnesota State-Duluth.........................................0............ 1....................... 2000 Minnesota State-Mankato.....................................3.............2....................... 1999 Minnesota State-Moorhead...................................3.............4....................... 2006 Millersville College (Penn.)....................................1............ 0....................... 1967 Minot State University (N.D.)...............................22.......... 26....................... 1993 Missouri-Kansas City, University of ......................1.............0....................... 1970 Morris-Harvey College (W. Va.).............................0............ 1....................... 1967

Last School W L Game Montana State University......................................0.............2....................... 1994 Montana Tech........................................................2.............5....................... 1994 Morris-Harvey College (W.Va.)............................. 0.............1....................... 1967 Mount Marty College (S.D.)...................................9............ 1....................... 1987 National College (S.D.)........................................ 11.............8....................... 1991 Nebraska Wesleyan University........................... 11...........25....................... 1988 North Central Bible College (Minn.) ......................1.............0....................... 1989 North Dakota-Ellendale.........................................1.............0....................... 1937 North Dakota State University.............................. 0.............1....................... 2002 Northern Montana College....................................1............ 1....................... 1984 Northern New Mexico............................................1.............0.................. 2009-10 Northern State University (S.D)............................ 0.............3....................... 1997 Northwestern College (Iowa)................................ 0.............1....................... 1997 Pan American College (Tex.).................................0............ 1....................... 1962 Peru State College (Neb.).................................. 45...........71....................... 1992 Phillips University (Okla.)......................................0............ 1....................... 1970 Pillsbury Baptist (Minn.).........................................1............ 0....................... 1989 Rockmont College (Colo.).....................................6............ 3....................... 1984 Rocky Mountain College (Mont.)...........................2.......... 11....................... 1995 San Diego State College (Cal.).............................0............ 1....................... 1942 San Francisco State..............................................0.............1.................. 2009-10 Scottsbluff Junior College......................................6............ 0....................... 1937 South Dakota School of Mines............................. 126....... 64................. 2010-11 St. Edward’s University (Tex.)................................2.............0....................... 2003 St. Joseph’s College (N.M.)...................................1............ 0....................... 1962 St. Mary’s of the Plains (Kan.)...............................0............ 1....................... 1967 St. Michael’s College (N.M.)..................................3............ 0....................... 1962 St. Thomas College (Fla.)..................................... 1.............0....................... 1997 Sioux Falls University (S.D.)................................. 2.............0....................... 1966 South Dakota-Springfield................................... 22...........11....................... 1984 South Dakota, University of...................................1.............3.................. 2008-09 Southeastern Oklahoma........................................0............ 1....................... 1979 Southern Alberta Tech...........................................1............ 0....................... 1983 Southwest Minnesota State College.................... 3............ 2....................... 2005 Southwestern Missouri State ................................0............ 1....................... 1952 Southwestern Oklahoma State..............................0............ 1....................... 1988 Sterling College (Kan.)..........................................1............ 0....................... 1941 Tarkio College (Mo.)..............................................1............ 0....................... 1967 Trinity University (N.D.)........................................ 1.............0....................... 1995 Utah State University............................................ 0.............1....................... 1993 Utah Valley State University..................................0.............1.................. 2009-10 Valley City College (N.D.)......................................0............ 1....................... 1970 Wayland Baptist College (Tex.).............................0............ 1....................... 1970 Wayne State College (Neb.)............................... 49.......... 83.................. 2007-08 Western Montana College.....................................0............ 1....................... 1984 William Jewell College (Mo.).................................0............ 2....................... 1965 Winona State University (Minn.)........................... 0.............1....................... 1999 Wyoming, University of......................................... 0.............2................. 2007-08 Yankton College (S.D.)..........................................2............ 3....................... 1978 York College (Neb.)...............................................8............ 5....................... 1951 Various High School & Town Teams................... 10............ 2....................... 1951 Total...................................................................585.........584

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Game Results 1921-2010 Ralph West Coached: 1921-24 Career: 18-23 (43.9%)

1921-22 (7-7) W L W W W L L L L W W W L L

24-17 17-15 31-15 27-26 35-14 47-27 32-18 27-16 43-34 22-16 19-18 60-17 32-10 24-14

1922-23 (6-8) W W W L W L L L W L L L L W

46-9 16-10 20-15 11-6 30-28 21-18 27-24 32-19 26-15 22-10 33-8 20-16 22-15 15-9

Chadron High School Alliance High School Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Wayne State Midland Nebraska Wesleyan Kearney State Hastings College Dakota Firemen Black Hills State Lusk High School Kearney State Kearney State Coach: Ralph West Chadron High School South Dakota Tech Wayne State Wayne State Midland Midland Wayne State Midland Cotner (Lincoln) Nebraska Wesleyan Peru State South Dakota Tech Kearney State Kearney State Coach: Ralph West

1923-24 (5-8) South Dakota Tech W 23-12 Grand Island L 32-18 Hastings College W 24-18 Kearney State L 23-16 Kearney State L 32-28 South Dakota Tech W 22-18 Wayne State W 28-12 Wayne State L 26-19 Wayne State L 20-14 Midland L 23-19 Nebraska-Omaha W 17-8 Doane L 34-14 Peru State L 33-17 Coach: Ralph West

E.C. Willis Coached: 1924-25 Career: 4-10 (28.6%)

1924-25 (4-10) South Dakota Tech W 33-31 Black Hills State L 22-16 Hot Springs N. Guard W 30-11 Wayne State L 39-10 York W 20-18

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Hastings College Nebraska Wesleyan Doane York York South Dakota Tech Doane Doane Black Hills State Coach: E.C. Willis

L 19-8 L 28-15 L 28-15 L 21-19 L 27-25 L 36-20 L 16-14 L 23-20 W 28-26

1925-26 (4-13) L L L L W L W W L L L L L W L L L

36-8 34-18 31-7 34-16 30-19 20-15 31-17 30-28 38-30 29-24 58-21 26-18 40-17 17-10 31-17 53-7 29-16

1926-27 (12-3) W L W W W W L W W W W W W L W

23-15 46-28 44-31 41-14 35-16 20-19 28-20 30-22 20-12 20-15 31-29 37-29 46-31 35-23 30-23

South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State Scottsbluff College McCook Junior College Wayne State Midland Midland South Dakota Tech Scottsbluff College Black Hills State Black Hills State Kearney State Grand Island College Hastings College Coach: Roy Wynne

Art Stark Coached: 1927-28 Career: 1-11 (0.83%)

1927-28 (1-11) L L L W L

Black Hills State Black Hills State Black Hills State Black Hills State South Dakota Tech

L L L L L L L

36-22 34-19 46-13 33-13 33-19 19-16 40-28

Roy Hahn Coached: 1928-29 Career: 5-10 (33.3%)

Roy Wynne Coached: 1925-27 Career: 16-16 (50.0%) Black Hills State Black Hills State Hastings College Hastings College South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Midland Midland Doane Doane Black Hills State Black Hills State Wayne State Midland Doane Peru State Nebraska Wesleyan Coach: Roy Wynne

Wayne State Hastings College Peru State Peru State Kearney State South Dakota Tech Fat Emma’s Coach: Arthur Stark

37-24 21-17 33-19 31-13 39-19

1928-29 (5-10) L 23-11 L 27-21 L 20-19 W 27-22 L 23-16 W 21-16 L 36-21 L 21-1 L 29-20 W 39-25 L 32-26 L 29-21 W 23-21 W 14-8 L 28-14

Doane Doane South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Wayne State Nebraska-Omaha Kearney State Hastings College Black Hills State Black Hills State Black Hills State Kearney State South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Coach: Roy Hahn

Ruffus Trapp Coached: 1929-35 Career: 36-60 (37.5%)

1929-30 (8-12) W L L W L L L W W W W W L W L L L L L L

26-25 34-32 34-31 43-36 35-15 26-18 18-16 42-39 44-31 34-24 35-31 37-33 39-19 35-32 50-26 26-18 29-11 24-21 30-22 55-33

1930-31 (6-13) W W L

27-23 29-26 30-29

Scottsbluff Jr. College Hastings College Hastings College Kimball Town Team Black Hills State South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Kearney State Kearney State Kearney State Wayne State Doane Peru State Peru State Midland Wayne State Coach: Ruffus Trapp Black Hills State Black Hills State South Dakota Tech


South Dakota Tech Kearney State Kearney State Black Hills State Black Hills State Peru State Peru State South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Hastings College Wayne State Wayne State Coach: Ruffus Trapp

L L W W W W L L L L L L L L L L

37-18 31-35 27-25 16-14 15-14 31-19 36-21 25-11 35-27 50-15 35-15 36-31 33-15 35-28 37-19 37-26

1931-32 (3-16) Black Hills State L 28-21 South Dakota Tech L 37-22 South Dakota Tech L 19-15 Kearney State L 34-21 Kearney State W 41-35 Peru State L 37-29 Peru State L 34-33 South Dakota Tech W 46-37 South Dakota Tech L 33-32 Wayne State L 40-37 Wayne State L 36-29 Nebraska-Omaha L 50-29 Nebraska-Omaha L 35-27 Kearney State L 48-14 Kearney State L 47-27 Peru State L 31-30 Peru State W 41-33 Nebraska-Omaha L 48-24 Nebraska-Omaha L 37-30 Coach: Ruffus Trapp 1932-33 (17-4) W 41-30 W 50-42 W 40-6 W 43-30 W 37-32 W 36-29 W 34-28 W 39-33 L 43-26 W 59-48 W 43-39 W 44-39 W 40-34 W 46-32 W 45-42 L 41-30 W 51-34 W 43-39 W 30-28 L 36-34 L 36-30

Black Hills State South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Peru State Peru State Black Hills State Black Hills State Wayne State Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha Kearney State Kearney State Wayne State Wayne State Peru State Peru State Kearney State Kearney State South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Coach: Ruffus Trapp

1933-34 (0-8) L 46-27 L 34-30 L 29-12 L 24-19 L 31-25 L 52-30

Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha Peru State Peru State Kearney State Kearney State

Wayne State Wayne State Coach: Ruffus Trapp

L L

40-33 32-19

1934-35 (2-7) L L W W L L L L L

25-23 23-18 31-29 32-31 35-26 35-27 35-33 27-23 32-19

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Scottsbluff Jr. College Black Hills State Black Hills State Peru State Peru State Wayne State Wayne State Coach: Ruffus Trapp

Ross Armstrong Coached: 1935-50 Career: 157-76 (67.4%)

1935-36 (6-7) L W W W L L L W L W W L L

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Pine Ridge Warriors Black Hills State Black Hills State South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State Hemingford Town Team Scottsbluff Jr. College Wayne State Wayne State Coach: Ross Armstrong

1936-37 (16-4) Scottsbluff Jr. College W South Dakota Tech W South Dakota Tech W Dickinson State W‘ Dickinson State W Black Hills State W Black Hills State W Univ. of ND Ellendale W Northern Colorado. W Northern Colorado L Wayne State L Wayne State L Black Hills State W South Dakota Tech W Peru State W Peru State L Kearney State W Kearney State W Black Hills State W Black Hills State W Coach: Ross Armstrong 1937-38 (14-6) L W W W W W W W W W

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State Colorado Mines Colorado Mines South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State

30-29 43-21 42-27 46-40 44-24 39-17 39-26 27-13 26-22 39-15 54-22 28-23 45-24

64-20 43-21 37-34 52-22 44-25 59-19 40-30 61-23 41-40 24-21 39-26 47-36 47-29 40-26 35-32 40-28 53-42 41-39 54-38 49-37

29-28 49-34 44-29 65-41 53-51 48-41 54-32 45-38 51-35 56-38

Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Western Colorado Western Colorado Northern Colorado Northern Colorado Northern Colorado Northern Colorado Coach: Ross Armstrong

W W W W L W L L L L

50-41 46-45 34-32 57-36 74-66 59-55 61-54 49-37 51-33 56-40

1938-39 (14-8) W 32-23 W 42-29 W 57-35 W 58-42 W 46-43 W 59-38 L 41-33 L 41-25 W 37-26 W 42-31 W 48-41 L 55-36 L 36-24 L 40-36 W 34-31 W 47-26 W 35-30 W 38-35 L 44-33 W 37-29 L 32-24 L 53-28

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State Black Hills State Black Hills State Regis Regis Kearney State Kearney State Western Colorado Western Colorado Wayne State Wayne State South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Colorado Mines Colorado Mines Northern Colorado. Northern Colorado Peru State Peru State Coach: Ross Armstrong

1939-40 (16-4) W W W W W W W W W W L L W L W

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Western Colorado Western Colorado South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech McCook Jr. College Kearney State Kearney State Wayne State Wayne State Northern Colorado. Northern Colorado Peru State Peru State Coach: Ross Armstrong

38-36 35-33 42-33 48-36 37-35 43-39 46-35 60-43 46-35 56-35 44-41 49-47 50-35 47-45 42-27

1940-41 (15-3) W 53-32 W 43-32 L 51-50 W 57-35 W 73-33 W 50-33 L 49-48 W 54-39 W 48-36 W 55-27 W 41-37 W 52-28 W 56-53 W 58-49 L 46-41 W 40-38

Black Hills State Black Hills State Bethany (Kan.) College Regis Regis South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State McCook Jr. College Kearney State Kearney State Western Colorado Western Colorado Wayne State Wayne State

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62-48 44-26

Doane Coach: Ross Armstrong

1941-42 (17-4) Black Hills State W 42-39 Black Hills State W 42-37 Sterling, Kansas W 55-36 Bethany (Kan.) College W 61-52 Kansas Wesleyan L 59-37 South Dakota Tech W 58-41 South Dakota Tech W 60-42 Western Colorado L 56-58 Western Colorado W 68-43 McCook Jr. College W 50-38 Kearney State W 63-47 Kearney State W 52-50 Wayne State W 52-44 Wayne State W 43-34 Regis W 57-49 Regis W 43-39 Black Hills State W 58-46 Black Hills State W 60-56 Peru State L 40-29 Peru State W 59-39 San Diego, California L 34-29 Coach: Ross Armstrong

South Dakota Tech Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Midland Midland Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Hastings College Hastings College Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Doane Doane Peru State Peru State York York Black Hills State Coach: Ross Armstrong

Peru State Peru State Coach: Ross Armstrong

W W

1942-43 No Games 1943-44 No Games 1944-45 No Games 1945-46 (17-1) W 57-34 W 55-30 W 56-18 W 52-23 W 72-29 W 80-31 W 78-25 W 66-43 W 69-37 W 62-34 W 64-46 W 74-35 W 78-39 W 66-43 W 52-49 L 55-45 W 55-36 W 65-54

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Kearney State Kearney State Regis Regis Black Hills State Black Hills State Black Hills State Black Hills State Regis Regis Peru State Peru State Western Colorado Western Colorado Coach: Ross Armstrong

1946-47 (9-10) W 46-26 L 37-36 L 43-42 L 56-45 W 46-39 W 51-44 W 62-54 W 57-44 L 55-49 L 56-41 L 55-47 L 40-32 L 43-34 W 61-58 W 44-41 L 62-48 L 58-54 W 63-56

South Dakota Tech Midland College Midland College Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Kearney State Kearney State Wayne State Wayne State Nebraska Wesleyan Hastings College Hastings College Peru State Peru State York York Doane

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W

59-52

1947-48 (7-13) W 37-35 L 51-50 L 46-24 W 51-47 W 39-38 L 58-49 L 52-44 L 81-60 L 88-57 L 50-38 L 47-31 W 57-53 L 60-41 L 56-30 L 47-40 L 72-52 L 60-52 W 57-33 W 46-40 W 49-34 1948-49 (12-9) L 58-46 W 54-37 L 50-44 W 69-51 W 58-54 W 52-48 L 59-50 W 61-54 L 71-44 W 53-45 W 55-52 L 72-50 W 54-36 W 57-54 W 47-26 L 61-40 L 70-58 L 67-54 W 58-31 W 78-43 L 63-44

Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Minot State Hastings College Hastings College South Dakota Tech York York Peru State Black Hills State Midland Midland Doane Doane Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Peru State Coach: Ross Armstrong

1949-50 (14-7) W 65-48 W 63-45 W 65-56 W 62-51 L 63-57 L 73-50 W 69-66 W 91-60 W 61-40 L 73-48 L 67-29 W 79-53 W 74-63 L 68-62 L 62-51 W 90-66 W 57-54 W 56-54 L 69-53 W 84-83 W 73-68

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State Black Hills State Hastings College Hastings College York York Peru State Peru State Midland Midland Doane Doane Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Coach: Ross Armstrong

Pete Clark Coached: 1950-51 Career: 14-10 (58.3%)

1950-51 (14-10) W 52-38 W 75-53 L 49-48 W 63-61 W 60-55 W 32-21 W 44-42 W 55-48 L 69-66 L 68-54 W 69-43 W 86-68 L 54-45 L 64-55 W 55-52 L 76-57 W 61-60 W 66-53 W 62-60 L 61-55 L 59-56 W 69-62 L 58-47 L 77-60

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Rapid City Flyers Black Hills State South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Rapid City Flyers Hastings College Hastings College York York Peru State Peru State Midland Midland Doane Doane Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Coach: Pete Clark

Loy Young Coached: 1951-56 Career: 84-37 (69.5%)

1951-52 (18-7) L L W W W W W L W W L W W W W L W W W W L W W

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Colorado Mines Colorado Mines Black Hills State Hastings College Hastings College Peru State Peru State Midland Midland South Dakota Tech Doane Doane Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Hastings College (NAIB Playoff) Nebraska-Omaha Springfield, MO (NAIB - K. C.) Coach: Loy Young

W 71-67 L 87-66

1952-53 (17-7) W W W

South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State

52-50 57-44 81-65 84-47 81-60 76-67 84-47 64-55 63-50 75-72 60-52 71-61 68-47 72-58 78-72 78-74 70-54 87-66 86-68 100-74 69-65 83-67 79-74

81-76 85-73 84-56


Colorado Mines Colorado Mines South Dakota Tech South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Peru State Peru State Midland Midland Doane Doane Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Hastings College Hastings College Nebraska-Omaha (NAIA Playoff) Nebraska Wesleyan (NAIA Playoff) Coach: Loy Young

W 90-58 W 59-54 L 66-57 W 80-76 W 78-72 L 70-48 W 79-65 W 71-61 W 103-60 W 73-69 W 73-69 L 82-77 L 85-76 W 94-77 W 83-78 L 92-79 L 80-72 W 92-73 W 91-73 W 74-61 L

68-57

1953-54 (14-12) Black Hills State W 63-46 South Dakota Tech L 66-63 South Dakota Tech L 66-54 Colorado Mines W 55-46 Colorado Mines W 71-56 South Dakota Tech L 72-48 South Dakota Tech W 84-61 Jamestown W 79-66 Huron L 77-48 Black Hills State L 77-71 Peru State L 67-66 Peru State W 57-55 Midland W 74-64 Midland W 79-62 Doane W 73-59 Doane L 72-66 Wayne State L 63-55 Wayne State W 69-55 Kearney State W 85-79 Kearney State W 79-76 Nebraska Wesleyan L 67-63 Nebraska Wesleyan W 61-56 Hastings College L 64-59 Hastings College L 80-77 Hastings College W 50-30 Nebraska Wesleyan L 74-62 Coach: Loy Young 1954-55 (19-6) South Dakota Tech W 92-81 South Dakota Tech W 88-71 Black Hills State W 88-45 South Dakota Tech W 75-70 Colorado Mines W 77-54 Colorado Mines W 54-45 South Dakota Tech W 82-69 Eastern New Mexico W 65-57 Kearney State L 74-72 Doane W 82-62 Midland W 72-59 Midland W 74-63 Nebraska Wesleyan L 98-78 Nebraska Wesleyan L 70-59 Wayne State W 100-83 Wayne State W 77-70 Doane W 65-63 Doane W 60-57

Kearney State Kearney State Black Hills State Peru State Peru State Hastings College Hastings College Coach: Loy Young

W W W L W L L

103-65 102-66 92-80 60-57 73-67 91-66 95-56

1955-56 (16-5) W W W W W W W W W W W L W L W W W L W L L

77-76 96-70 83-68 68-64 84-72 75-71 68-66 74-69 90-81 83-78 74-73 94-87 97-88 77-69 70-61 74-62 75-61 107-73 76-73 91-79 77-67

South Dakota Tech Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Midland Midland Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Southern (S.D.) State Wayne State Wayne State Doane Doane Kearney State Kearney State Peru State Peru State Hastings College Hastings College Hastings College Hastings College Coach: Loy Young

Dudley Draxton Coached: 1956-60 Career: 50-46 (52.1%)

1956-57 (9-15) L 68-63 L 92-69 W 84-69 W 81-68 L 80-54 W 75-60 W 74-71 W 74-58 L 89-71 W 55-52 W 70-68 L 82-64 L 58-47 W 84-69 L 81-57 L 74-68 L 124-99 L 81-74 W 72-64 L 71-59 L 81-68 L 75-74 L 72-65 L 82-67

Black Hill South Dakota Tech Eastern Montana Eastern Montana Air Force Academy Midland Midland Black Hills State Southern (S.D.) State St. Jamestown, N.D., College South Dakota Tech Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan South Dakota Tech Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Peru State Peru State Hastings College Hastings College Doane College Doane College Coach: Dudley Draxton

1957-58 (15-10) L L W W W

South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Eastern Montana Eastern Montana Black Hills State

61-55 71-67 70-60 87-67 86-66

South Dakota Tech Concordia Concordia Rocky Mountain Colorado Mines Midland Midland Wayne State Wayne State Dana Dana Kearney State Kearney State Peru State Peru State Hastings College Hastings College Doane College Doane College Hastings College (NAIA Playoff) Coach: Dudley Draxton

L L W L W W W W W W W W W L L W W L L L

83-61 73-68 69-66 63-62 70-65 74-63 56-43 71-46 58-53 68-50 85-62 78-67 73-72 77-60 84-56 80-66 75-67 79-60 78-76 85-79

1958-59 (14-11) W W W W W W W W W W W L L L L W L L L L L W W L L

65-50 53-43 74-68 57-49 80-58 69-47 73-55 49-44 62-47 72-54 59-42 60-57 62-60 47-46 42-38 68-63 75-73 59-56 71-70 82-60 95-74 74-52 59-57 56-46 76-65

1959-60 (12-10) L W W W W L W L L L W W W L L L W L W W

92-79 86-64 72-64 75-57 84-70 78-72 86-63 84-70 67-64 75-63 71-64 65-51 72-62 65-59 86-97 67-96 82-75 67-62 97-81 76-75

South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State EllsWorth AFB South Dakota Tech Concordia Concordia Dana Dana Minot State South Dakota Tech Midland Midland Wayne State Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Peru State Peru State Hastings College Hastings College Doane Doane Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Coach: Dudley Draxton Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Concordia Concordia Dana Dana Black Hills State Midland Midland Wayne State Wayne State South Dakota Tech Kearney State Kearney State Peru State Peru State Hastings College Hastings College Doane Doane

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Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Coach: Dudley Draxton

W L

68-67 76-74

Mack Peyton Coached: 1960-74 Career: 190-159 (54.4%)

1960-61 (12-11) L W W L L W L L W W L L W L L W W W W W W L L

77-68 77-54 83-62 77-75 64-55 73-57 85-59 73-60 76-65 74-58 75-60 80-62 76-65 75-60 84-71 71-61 78-68 76-68 57-55 96-84 83-59 70-59 73-48

1961-62 (16-11) W W L W W L W W W W L W L L L L W W W L L W W W L W L

80-76 52-42 71-57 79-58 76-55 62-56 93-91 78-61 83-76 71-62 72-64 81-75 79-76 73-49 86-63 82-75 95-87 83-68 92-88 83-69 87-78 97-87 98-66 88-72 68-66 97-89 81-67

1962-63 (15-10) W L L L W

64-56 72-67 61-48 58-51 78-77

Black Hills State Southern (S.D.) State Southern (S.D.) State South Dakota Tech Dakota Wesleyan Black Hills State Rocky Maintain Rocky Mountain South Dakota Tech Ellsworth AFB Peru State Peru State Ellsworth AFB Kearney State Kearney State Wayne State Wayne State Hastings College Hastings College Doane Doane Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Coach: Mack Peyton

South Dakota Tech Southern (S.D.) State Southern (S.D.) State Ellsworth AFB Dakota Wesleyan Dakota Wesleyan Black Hills State Saint Joseph’s (N.M.) Saint Michael’s (N.M.) Carthage (Ill.)College Pan American (Texas) Saint Michael’s (N.M.) South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Peru State Peru State Ellsworth AFB Kearney State Kearney State Wayne State Wayne State Hastings College Hastings College Doane Doane Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Coach: Mack Peyton Southern (S.D.) State Southern (S.D.) State Dakota Wesleyan Dakota Wesleyan Black Hills State

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Ellsworth AFB South Dakota Tech Saint Michael’s (N.M.) Adams State Western Colorado New Mexico Highlands New Mexico Highlands Wayne State Wayne State South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Ellsworth AFB Doane Doane Hastings College Hastings College Peru State Peru State Kearney State Kearney State Coach: Mack Peyton

W W W L W L L L L W W W W W W L W L W W

76-51 69-67 78-67 93-75 72-65 101-73 82-62 74-69 56-36 79-64 58-51 57-43 78-69 70-57 77-75 74-72 89-81 55-53 95-77 91-78

1963-64 (13-9) W W L W W W L W L W L L L W W W W L L L W W

87-66 85-79 100-84 81-75 78-67 79-57 90-62 93-76 81-79 89-78 76-69 73-70 86-80 112-111 77-72 97-91 74-70 70-69 82-64 91-84 89-73 82-77

South Dakota Tech Dakota Wesleyan Black Hills State Southern (S.D.) State Southern (S.D.) State South Dakota Tech William Jewell Fort Lewis A&M Rocky Mountain Black Hills State Wayne State Wayne State Southern Colorado Southern Colorado Doane Doane Hastings College Hastings College Peru State Peru State Kearney State Kearney State Coach: Mack Peyton

1964-65 (10-14) W 71-55 L 75-71 W 74-48 W 65-54 L 76-74 W 80-72 L 88-57 L 60-46 L 57-55 L 67-58 L 88-62 L 82-41 L 68-53 W 64-43 W 63-60 L 87-67 L 66-60 L 80-62 L 62-57 W 74-64 W 67-64 W 76-71 W 74-64 L 93-67

South Dakota Tech Huron Southern (S.D.) State Southern (S.D.) State Western State Sioux Falls College Adams State William Jewell Yankton College Wayne State Wayne State Southern Colorado Southern Colorado South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Black Hills State Hastings College Hastings College Peru State Peru State Kearney State Kearney State Doane Doane

Coach: Mack Peyton

1965-66 (19-5) W W W W W L W W W W W L W W W W L W W W L L W W

South Dakota Tech Huron Huron Black Hills State Southern (S.D.) State Southern (S.D.) State Doane Doane Sioux Falls South Dakota Minot State, N.D., College South Dakota Tech Wayne State Wayne State Colorado College Colorado College Black Hills State Western Colorado Western Colorado Hastings College Hastings College Peru State Peru State Kearney State Kearney State Coach: Mack Peyton

69-62 81-51 72-58 74-56 94-56 74-61 114-63 93-57 76-60 79-59 98-58 87-75 70-65 91-57 87-53 98-84 67-65 63-52 103-74 84-66 73-64 84-70 88-77 86-68

1966-67 (22-6) W 75-59 W 73-64 W 110-82 W 96-65 W 86-51 L 82-80 L 78-73 W 104-68 W 90-71 W 99-87 W 91-74 W 64-62 W 84-76 W 98-75 L 80-61 L 78-59 L 61-51 W 111-73 W 80-72 W 87-80 W 114-85 W 103-79 W 85-71 W 80-67 W 121-87 W 81-65 W 83-66 L 91-76

South Dakota Tech Huron Black Hills State Southern Colorado Southern Colorado Fort Hays State Saint Mary’s of Plains, KS Northern Montana State Tarkio (Mo.) College Colorado Mines Colorado Mines Colorado College Wayne State Wayne State Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico Black Hills State Kearney State Hastings College Hastings College Peru State Peru State South Dakota Tech Kearney State Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha Millersville Pennsylvania Morris-Harvey, W.Va. Coach: Mack Peyton

1967-68 (18-5) W 88-87 W 87-70 W 72-69 L 78-66 W 89-63 W 77-62 W 79-69 W 91-60 W 91-70 W 82-81 W 87-85

South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Southern (S.D.) State Southern (S.D.) State Western State Western State Minot State Minot State Southwestern Minn. St. Colorado Mines Yankton


Wayne State Wayne State New Mexico Highlands Black Hills State Dickinson State South Dakota Tech Kearney State Hastings College Hastings College Peru State Peru State Kearney State Coach: Mack Peyton

L L W W L W W W W W W L

77-63 80-56 69-54 100-81 85-76 86-60 108-79 92-67 86-76 93-92 79-70 71-67

1968-69 (12-13) South Dakota Tech L 79-53 Huron W 55-50 Rocky Mountain L 64-63 Montana Tech W 81-61 Black Hills State W 81-80 Southern (S.D.) State W 92-75 Southern (S.D.) State W 72-66 Minot State W 86-72 Minot State W 93-84 Southwestern Minn. State L 71-58 Colorado College W 84-72 Minnesota-Morris L 83-78 Wayne State L 90-61 Black Hills State L 86-74 Western State L 86-73 Dickinson State W 67-62 Metropolitan State W 90-76 Kearney State W 73-71 South Dakota Tech W 102-94 Hastings College L 77-71 Hastings College L 83-68 Peru State L 85-65 Peru State L 72-61 Kearney State L 73-68 Wayne State L 76-66 Coach: Mack Peyton 1969-70 (6-19) W L W L L L L L L W L L W L L L L W L L L L L W L

69-61 70-68 71-56 78-67 63-61 75-64 92-72 91-77 93-81 95-79 79-56 110-79 67-59 66-46 69-44 83-81 74-45 72-44 73-55 74-66 96-75 78-72 88-67 87-77 82-65

1970-71 (18-8) W

89-72

South Dakota Tech Southern (S.D.) State Southern (S.D.) State Black Hills State Dickinson State Dickinson State Great Falls, Mont., College Great Falls, Mont., College Valley City, N.D., College Buena Vista, Iowa, College Phillips, Okla., University Minot State Minot State Black Hills State Wayne State Kearney State South Dakota Tech Colorado College Hastings College Peru State Peru State Kearney State Hastings College Colorado College Wayne State Coach: Mack Peyton Southern (S.D.) State

Black Hills State Colorado Mines Moorhead State South Dakota Tech Dickinson State Dickinson State Minot State Minot State Metropolitan State University of Missouri-KC Wayland Baptist South Dakota Tech Kearney State Wayne State Briar Cliff Black Hills State College of Great Falls College of Great Falls Peru State Peru State Southern (S.D.) State Kearney State Colorado College Wayne State Kearney State Coach: Mack Peyton

W W L L L W W W W W L W W W W W L L W W W L W W L

92-64 76-74 85-80 91-78 60-57 72-70 84-70 76-69 107-71 101-88 70-54 102-83 89-80 83-79 74-69 83-72 72-70 93-67 78-65 65-62 94-61 91-90 86-77 79-67 81-69

1971-1972 (14-13) W 84-72 W 86-64 L 83-77 W 78-72 L 109-88 W 98-66 L 76-72 W 80-73 L 98-88 L 87-81 W 109-106 L 97-94 W 61-58 L 78-61 L 96-73 W 79-62 L 88-86 W 85-77 W 103-100 W 64-62 W 70-69 L 75-68 L 93-87 L 81-70 W 75-55 W 92-88 L 79-78

Black Hills State South Dakota, Springfield Dickinson State Dickinson State South Dakota Tech Bellevue Western State (OT) Mount Marty South Dakota Minot State Minot State (OT) Montana Tech (OT) Montana Tech Black Hills State Wayne State Hastings College Peru State Kearney State (OT) Nebraska-Omaha South Dakota Tech (OT) Mount Marty, S.D. Peru State South Dakota-Springfield Kearney State Univ. of Nebraska-Omaha Mount Marty South Dakota Wayne State (OT) Hastings College Coach: Mack Peyton

1972-73 (4-20)

South Dakota Tech L 79-61 Nebraska-Omaha L 91-47 Dickinson State W 74-70 Dickinson State L 81-72 Colorado Mines L 71-57 Minot State W 66-64 Minot State L 79-69 Black Hills State L 89-67 Southwestern Minnesota W 60-58 Montana Tech L 67-56 College of Emporia L 61-43 South Dakota-Springfield L 78-69 Wayne State L 86-54 Hastings College L 85-65

Nebraska-Omaha *Concordia College Kearney State South Dakota Tech South Dakota-Springfield Peru State Peru State Kearney State Wayne State Black Hills State *Chadron Forfeited Coach: Mack Peyton

L 110-62 * 71-50 L 91-73 L 82-74 L 77-73 L 75-69 L 83-70 L 111-74 L 72-62 W 86-82

1973-74 (11-15) L 87-72 L 80-66 W 69-68 W 74-53 W 75-51 W 61-53 L 68-55 L 77-65 L 87-72 L 47-45 W 76-72 W 73-71 W 74-72 L 91-76 L 70-59 L 68-67 W 66-64 L 79-70 W 91-76 W 72-67 L 82-72 L 85-68 L 68-63 W 81-72 L 117-87 L 88-58

Dickinson State Dickinson State Black Hills State Colorado College Colorado Mines Bellevue College South Dakota Tech Minot State Minot State Metropolitan State Western State Colorado Mines (OT) Bethel College Fort Lewis Wayne State Concordia Peru State Kearney State South Dakota Tech Bellevue Peru State Black Hills State South Dakota-Springfield Colorado Mines Kearney State Wayne State Coach: Mack Peyton

Bob Van Poppel Coached: 1974-76 Career: 18-32 (36.0%)

1974-75 (9-16) L 79-72 L 76-69 W 84-68 L 81-74 L 70-66 L 54-53 W 77-69 L 108-84 W 68-65 L 83-73 L 69-60 L 80-51 W 82-60 L 87-62 W 71-62 W 53-48 L 85-73 L 68-60 L 77-74 W 66-64 L 67-64 L 97-66 W 85-75 L 70-66

Dickinson State Dickinson State Concordia Black Hills State Minot State Minot State John F. Kennedy College Western State Black Hills State South Dakota-Springfield Yankton Wayne State Peru State Kearney State Peru State Black Hills State Northern Colorado South Dakota Tech Kearney State Concordia Wayne State Northern Colorado South Dakota Tech Bellevue Coach: Bob Van Poppel

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1975-76 (9-16) L W L L L W L L W L L L W L L W L W L L L W L W W

Mary College South Dakota Tech Dickinson State Dickinson State Colorado Metropolitan State Minot State Minot State (OT) Concordia Nebr. (OT) Bethel College Concordia Minnesota Wayne State Concordia Nebr. Black Hills State Kearney State Mount Marty Bellevue Peru State Kearney State South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Mount Marty Wayne State Bellevue Peru State Coach: Bob Van Poppel

69-60 74-55 74-61 70-54 80-64 82-59 70-60 71-68 67-62 72-57 85-62 76-67 64-61 81-71 82-70 66-61 87-70 89-64 108-71 78-66 74-69 78-64 89-69 79-75 78-74

Larry Riley Coached: 1976-78 Career: 34-18 (65.4%)

1976-77 (17-9) W L L W W W W W W W W L W W L L L W L W W L L W W W

South Dakota Tech Mary Minot State Colorado College Metropolitan State Minot State Dickinson State Dickinson State Western State Colorado College Mount Marty College Wayne State South Dakota Tech Metropolitan State Kearney State Peru State Bellevue Mount Marty Kearney State Peru State Black Hills State Yankton Mount Marty Black Hills State Bellevue Wayne State Coach: Larry Riley

79-65 107-97 81-99 92-77 100-56 81-80 65-57 76-55 69-67 90-62 61-49 91-81 94-91 81-36 99-85 68-67 85-73 95-82 119-73 84-81 63-54 77-76 96-79 78-56 83-78 74-73

1977-78 (17-9) L 91-68 W 86-72 L 67-58 W 82-77 W 97-76 W 106-65 L 65-62

Wyoming Dickinson State Minot State Colorado College Metropolitan State Springfield Hastings College

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Metropolitan State Western Mount Marty Dickinson State Minot State South Dakota Tech Metropolitan State Black Hills State Peru State Bellevue Kearney State Colorado College Wayne State Peru State South Dakota Tech Bellevue Kearney State Black Hills State Wayne State Coach: Larry Riley

W 109-59 W 109-93 W 67-64 L 76-62 W 82-80 W 71-65 W 116-64 L 74-58 W 79-77 W 84-82 L 106-100 W 92-69 W 86-63 L 55-51 W 104-81 W 88-64 L 85-62 W 72-59 L 100-97

Ed Sparling Coached: 1978-81 Career: 50-35 (58.8%)

1978-79 (15-10) W 66-65 W 81-60 W 77-76 L 76-65 W 61-57 W 76-65 W 101-73 W 85-56 L 65-57 L 78-65 L 82-76 L 97-79 L 71-68 W 89-66 W 82-70 W 84-81 L 65-60 L 70-64 W 71-59 W 68-65 L 105-75 W 77-62 W 87-74 W 99-80 L 65-55

Black Hills State Colorado College Western State Regis Minot State Dickinson State South Dakota Tech Colorado College Colorado Mines Rocky Mountain Minot State Dickinson State Mary Yankton Bellevue Peru State (OT) Kearney State Mary Peru State Wayne State Kearney State Black Hills State Bellevue South Dakota Tech Wayne State Coach: Ed Sparling

1979-80 (20-12) Southeast Oklahoma L 73-56 Fort Hays State W 78-64 Doane W 75-73 Regis L 70-68 Dickinson State (OT) L 59-57 College of Santa Fe W 74-65 New Mexico Highlands W 98-89 Fort Lewis L 78-76 Minot State W 64-58 Black Hills State W 78-72 Midland Lutheran W 97-81 Colorado Mines L 72-70 College of Santa Fe W 62-57 Mesa State L 57-56 Dickinson State W 66-57 Minot State L 66-51 Mary W 65-63

Kearney State Denver University Peru State Bellevue Mary South Dakota Tech Wayne State Peru State Kearney State Black Hills State Denver University South Dakota Tech Bellevue Wayne State Hastings College Coach: Ed Sparling

L L W W W W W W L W L W W W L

100-75 62-46 61-55 71-65 75-62 76-74 70-68 89-74 79-78 83-82 71-57 92-68 78-65 56-52 81-80

1980-81 (15-13) L 90-83 W 60-58 L 79-67 L 70-66 W 73-62 W 64-60 L 65-56 W 66-56 W 60-58 W 65-50 W 67-64 W 84-62 L 81-67 L 56-55 W 82-78 W 68-66 W 101-76 L 67-46 L 76-75 L 76-61 W 78-53 L 63-59 L 51-49 L 53-52 W 77-62 W 69-55 W 55-49 L 69-67

Midland (OT) Dana Concordia Mary (OT) Minot State Dickinson State (OT) Huron South Dakota Tech Dickinson State Black Hills State Minot State Rockmont Kearney State Peru State Bellevue Mary Rockmont Denver University Midland Wayne State South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Denver University Kearney State Bellevue Peru State Wayne State Wayne State Coach: Ed Sparling

Bob Davis Coached: 1981-87 Career: 69-95 (42.1%)

1981-82 (7-19) L L L L L L L W L L L L L W L L L W L

Hastings College Doane Midland Lutheran Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Dickinson State Black Hills State National College Huron Mary Dickinson State Colorado College Denver University Rockmont Kearney State Peru State Bellevue Rockmont Wayne State

67-57 93-63 66-47 71-48 87-70 53-47 66-53 90-47 68-46 92-66 77-64 57-53 67-40 87-65 95-80 57-53 80-69 88-56 71-65


South Dakota Tech Bellevue Peru State Kearney State Colorado College Wayne State (OT) Coach: Bob Davis

W W L L W W

90-69 66-59 54-52 105-59 67-55 95-88

1982-83 (14-13) L 69-63 L 71-70 W 55-49 L 61-59 L 72-67 W 77-69 L 62-51 L 81-80 W 68-49 W 95-63 L 71-69 L 81-69 W 96-69 L 56-42 L 83-79 W 83-77 W 72-65 W 94-62 L 65-55 W 87-70 W 61-53 W 77-58 W 68-67 L 62-60 W 71-65 W 69-68 L 72-52

Bethany Rockmont Dana Hastings College Concordia South Dakota Tech Denver University Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Huron Mary Bismarck Denver University Rockmont Colorado College Colorado College Rockmont Peru State Bellevue Wayne State Bellevue Kearney State (OT) Peru State Mary Wayne State Kearney State Coach: Bob Davis

1983-84 (16-16) W 66-55 W 65-63 L 72-49 L 96-62 W 81-79 L 70-62 L 93-64 L 120-76 W 90-59 W 82-60 W 79-69 W 83-56 L 62-57 W 70-63 W 72-68 L 88-79 L 84-81 L 67-59 L 69-60 L 65-54 L 80-76 W 92-54 W 82-65 W 61-55 L 72-65 W 69-64 L 74-67 L 55-47 W 87-71 W 111-80 W 74-73 L 81-61

McKendree Central State Marymount Doane Midland Lutheran Dana Indiana State Chicago-Circle South Dakota-Springfield Black Hills State Black Hills State National College Huron South Dakota-Springfield Southern Alberta Mary (OT) Colorado College Rockmont Regis Peru State Bellevue (OT) National College Rockmont Mary Wayne State Bellevue Kearney State Peru State Regis Colorado College Wayne State Kearney State Coach: Bob Davis

1984-85 (9-18) L 79-67 L 92-66 L 71-49 W 83-72 L 73-72 L 76-73 L 74-61 W 70-62 L 72-70 L 81-73 W 72-56 L 66-60 W 81-75 L 98-59 W 63-57 L 77-72 L 65-38 L 68-56 L 88-60 W 75-62 L 48-47 L 91-72 W 70-62 W 84-69 L 87-86 W 71-70 L 69-67

Jamestown Rocky Mountain Montana Tech Great Falls Northern Montana Rocky Mountain Metropolitan State Black Hills State Western Montana Black Hills State National College Adams State Colorado Mines Kearney State Metropolitan State Colorado College Regis Peru State Bellevue National College Regis Wayne State Peru State Bellevue Colorado College Wayne State Kearney State Coach: Bob Davis

1985-86 (10-16) L 63-59 L 73-58 W 75-57 L 80-77 W 72-69 L 70-58 W 93-87 W 70-61 L 72-71 W 67-63 W 67-60 L 99-84 L 70-60 L 86-72 L 83-63 L 69-68 W 65-62 W 84-81 L 53-51 W 74-69 L 103-74 L 54-52 L 75-66 W 90-68 L 73-66 L 78-76

Bethany Kansas Wesleyan McPherson Black Hills State Rocky Mountain Regis Colorado College Black Hills State Minot State Mary National College Rocky Mountain Carroll College Minot State Mary Peru State Bellevue Colorado College Wayne State Regis Kearney State Peru State National College Bellevue Wayne State Kearney State Coach: Bob Davis

1986-87 (13-13) L 78-66 W 84-73 W 91-70 W 81-70 W 93-90 W 81-70 L 82-65 W 71-68 W 86-84 W 80-72 L 68-61 L 82-81

Kansas Wesleyan Bethany McPherson Colo.-Colo. Springs Black Hills State Colo.-Colo. Springs Regis Dickinson State Minot State Black Hills State Dickinson State Minot State

Mary National College National College Regis Peru State Bellevue Mary Wayne State Kearney State Kearney State Peru State Bellevue Wayne State Concordia Coach: Bob Davis

L 75-60 W 69-68 L 85-82 L 57-39 W 65-64 L 88-83 W 83-62 W 73-71 L 101-71 L 87-75 L 70-63 W 87-76 L 80-58 L 89-77

Bob Wood Coached: 1987-97 Career: 112-168 (40.0%)

1987-88 (9-16) W 86-85 L 107-88 L 85-82 L 71-56 W 104-78 L 95-91 W 111-85 L 88-87 L 104-100 W 103-82 W 87-84 L 80-79 W 122-115 L 141-119 L 96-94 L 87-71 L 109-95 W 110-106 L 89-87 L 79-78 W 97-78 W 109-107 L 108-99 L 74-72 L 104-98

South Dakota Tech (OT) South Dakota Tech National College (OT) Black Hills State Mount Marty National College South Dakota Tech Black Hills State Minot State Doane Mary National College Doane Kearney State Denver University Regis Minot State Mary South Dakota Tech (OT) National College Colorado Baptist Colo.-Colo. Springs Denver University Regis Kearney State Coach: Bob Wood

1988-89 (8-24) L 114-91 L 84-76 L 88-80 W 91-76 W 99-94 W 111-91 L 80-76 L 118-102 L 91-90 L 94-85 L 111-85 W 108-95 L 85-66 L 92-68 L 84-82 W 97-77 L 89-83 L 98-83 L 107-101 L 87-86 W 82-73 L 69-58

Hastings College South Dakota Tech Rocky Mountain North Central McPherson Colo.-Colo. Springs Black Hills State Mary Dickinson State Minot State Carroll Jamestown Southwest Oklahoma Eastern New Mexico Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Nebraska Wesleyan Concordia Western Mesa State Regis Hastings College

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Kearney State Denver University (OT) Mary National College (OT) Minot State (OT) National College Kearney State Colorado Baptist Regis Denver University Coach: Bob Wood

L 119-91 L 92-85 L 83-73 W 94-87 L 104-99 L 94-70 L 138-104 W 81-80 L 91-80 L 108-104

1989-90 (14-15)

Montana Tech L 116-93 Carroll W 98-90 Dickinson State L 97-92 Minot State L 93-86 Rocky Mountain L 83-82 Pillsbury Baptist W 103-79 Dana W 121-110 Black Hills State W 95-78 Minot State L 92-85 Black Hills State W 88-79 Western State W 108-82 Western State W 73-58 Mesa State L 128-97 Western W 76-74 National College W 95-89 Nebraska-Kearney W 110-87 South Dakota Tech W 85-71 Regis L 88-77 Denver University L 98-89 Wayne State W 87-77 South Dakota Tech L 93-83 Colorado Christian W 103-98 Wayne State (OT) L 95-83 Denver University L 102-78 Regis (OT) W 98-94 National College L 84-82 Colorado Christian L 111-92 Nebraska-Kearney L 113-94 *Midland Lutheran L 113-108 *Playoff game Coach: Bob Wood

1990-91 (11-19)

South Dakota Tech W 110-97 Minot State L 104-102 Dickinson State W 94-90 Black Hills State W 77-65 Denver University W 100-88 Wayne State L 100-86 Regis L 85-70 Black Hills State W 77-76 National College W 86-49 Regis W 82-72 Adams State L 122-108 Fort Lewis L 110-95 Mesa State L 97-92 Western L 82-79 Colorado Mines W 105-98 Nebraska-Kearney L 117-105 Fort Hays State L 116-101 Mesa State L 118-98 Western L 92-84 Colorado Mines L 102-91 South Dakota Tech L 112-98 Adams State L 85-76 Fort Lewis L 120-102 Nebraska-Kearney L 100-84 Fort Hays State L 110-76 Denver University L 114-100

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National College Wayne State Doane Concordia Coach: Bob Wood

W 84-77 W 88-62 W 91-88 L 91-78

1991-92 (16-14)

Western W 76-73 New Mexico Highlands W 96-93 Fort Hays State L 93-75 Black Hills State L 93-85 Dickinson State L 87-82 Minot State W 112-91 South Dakota Tech L 103-92 South Dakota Tech L 95-93 Black Hills State W 82-77 Denver University W 93-82 Minot State W 117-93 Denver University L 112-83 Fort Hays State L 93-88 Colorado Mines W 104-85 *Mesa State W* 88-90 Western State L 91-78 Regis L 100-73 Adams State W 79-72 New Mexico Highlands W 117-100 Mesa State W 94-81 Western State W 80-70 Adams State L 92-70 New Mexico Highlands L 92-89 Nebraska-Kearney W 108-102 Colorado Mines W 99-90 Fort Hays State L 109-69 Regis W 99-86 Nebraska-Kearney L 96-92 +Peru State W 93-76 +Concordia L 100-67 *Game forfeited to CSC +NAIA District 11 Playoff Coach: Bob Wood

1992-93 (12-16)

Minot State W 108-71 Minot State L 100-95 Dickinson State W 88-84 South Dakota Tech W 75-70 South Dakota Tech L 84-80 Black Hills State L 87-75 Regis L 106-92 Denver University W 73-69 Regis L 77-74 Montana State L 106-62 Nebraska-Kearney L 86-81 Fort Hays State L 91-88 Colorado Mines W 82-62 Denver University L 89-74 Mesa State L 83-79 Western State L 83-75 Black Hills State L 66-56 Adams State W 116-106 New Mexico Highlands W 97-71 Nebraska-Kearney L 113-79 Mesa State L 75-68 Western L 102-72 Adams State W 83-82 New Mexico Highlands W 94-91 Fort Hays State W 97-77 Colorado Mines W 83-75 # Colorado Mines W 95-83 # Mesa State L 78-62 Coach: Bob Wood

# RMAC Tourney Games

1993-94 (17-10)

Regis (OT) L 89-83 Dickinson State L 93-87 Minot State W 111-95 South Dakota Tech W 104-95 Minot State W 128-100 Denver University W 97-85 Utah State L 109-71 Denver University L 99-74 South Dakota Tech W 84-76 Colorado Mines W 78-68 Black Hills State L 78-71 Fort Hays State W 102-92 Adams State W 96-85 New Mexico Highlands L 89-87 Mesa State W 83-81 Western W 91-80 Regis W 81-60 New Mexico Highlands W 106-96 Adams State W 95-83 Black Hills State L 102-87 Fort Hays State L 80-64 Nebraska-Kearney W 91-85 Mesa State L 66-64 Western W 89-82 Nebraska-Kearney W 103-99 Colorado Mines W 94-77 #Colorado Mines L 71-68 # RMAC Tournament Game Coach: Bob Wood

1994-95 (4-22)

Northern Colorado L 102-83 Black Hills State W 88-79 South Dakota Tech L 78-71 Northern Colorado L 92-78 Black Hills State L 102-92 Regis L 89-77 Montana Tech L 106-73 MSU-Bozeman L 123-64 *Colorado Mines (OT) L 86-85 Regis L 89-77 *New Mexico Highlands L 107-98 *Fort Hays State L 101-63 *Fort Lewis L 97-85 *Adams State (OT) L 104-98 South Dakota Tech L 96-69 *Western State L 92-80 *Mesa State L 91-56 Nebraska-Kearney L 93-83 *Fort Lewis L 75-73 *Adams State L 92-76 *New Mexico Highlands W 104-94 *Fort Hays State W 91-85 *Mesa State L 70-63 *Western State W 90-80 Nebraska-Kearney L 107-97 *Colorado Mines L 85-84 *RMAC games Coach: Bob Wood

1995-96 (10-17)

Rocky Mountain W 89-83 Trinity Bible W 107-72 Black Hills State W 113-98 Northern State L 103-85 Moorhead State W 96-77 *Colorado Mines L 89-81 Regis (OT) L 73-71 South Dakota Tech L 78-77 *Nebraska-Kearney L 110-95 *Fort Hays State L 93-86 South Dakota Tech W 97-80 Black Hills State L 87-72 Regis L 82-70


*New Mexico Highlands W 88-80 *Mesa State L 89-68 *Western L 111-85 *Adams State L 99-89 *Fort Lewis W 118-97 *Colorado Mines L 100-84 *New Mexico Highlands W 75-70 *Nebraska-Kearney L 96-73 *Fort Hays State L 98-61 *Mesa State W 72-69 *Western L 85-84 *Adams State L 92-66 *Fort Lewis (OT) W 112-111 *Nebraska-Kearney L 95-81 *RMAC games Coach: Bob Wood

1996-97 (11-15)

South Dakota Tech W 89-59 Black Hills State L 93-74 Northern State L 114-72 Moorhead State W 104-97 South Dakota Tech W 85-81 *New Mexico Highlands W 96-89 Denver University L 85-75 *Southern Colorado L 70-66 *Colo.-Colo. Springs W 110-98 Black Hills State L 81-63 *Fort Lewis W 87-79 *Adams State L 67-63 *Mesa State L 89-80 *Western W 87-82 *Regis W 75-69 *Colorado Christian L 76-70 *Nebraska-Kearney L 103-77 *Fort Hays State L 112-54 *Metropolitan State W 105-89 *Colorado Mines W 78-72 *Nebraska-Kearney L 92-79 *Fort Hays State L 90-61 *Regis L 105-90 *Colorado Christian W 73-64 *Metropolitan State L 88-67 *Colorado Mines L 73-69 *RMAC games Coach: Bob Wood Dan Beebe Coached: 1997-2006 Career: 108-130 (45.4%)

1997-98 (11-15)

South Dakota Tech W 85-67 Black Hills State L 105-88 South Dakota Tech L 71-66 Northern State L 99-78 Moorhead State W 102-86 Black Hills State W 61-59 Denver University W 82-67 *New Mexico Highlands W 87-57 *Southern Colorado L 94-60 *Colo.-Colo. Springs L 92-89 *Fort Lewis W 81-79 *Adams State W 85-81 *Western L 104-84 *Mesa State L 99-78 *Regis L 82-65 *Colorado Christian L 121-116 *Fort Hays State L 90-78 *Nebraska-Kearney L 99-83 *Metropolitan State L 77-64 *Colorado Mines W 70-60

*Nebraska-Kearney L 102-99 *Fort Hays State L 78-60 *Regis W 74-68 *Colorado Christian (OT) W 109-104 *Metropolitan State L 88-79 *Colorado Mines W 107-95 *RMAC games Coach: Dan Beebe

1998-99 (11-15)

South Dakota Tech L 92-82 Minnesota-Mankato L 75-61 St. Thomas, Florida W 69-62 South Dakota Tech W 103-45 Augustana L 84-78 Northwestern, Iowa L 109-76 *Regis L 82-73 *Colorado Christian L 80-77 *Colorado Mines W 66-64 *Metropolitan State L 87-72 *Fort Hays State W 93-90 *Nebraska-Kearney L 100-92 *Fort Lewis W 83-62 *Southern Colorado L 78-73 *Colo.-Colo. Springs W 73-70 *Adams State W 81-63 *New Mexico Highlands W 75-62 *Western State L 110-95 *Mesa State L 63-60 *Regis W 71-70 *Colorado Christian W 95-72 *Colorado Mines W 88-77 *Metropolitan State L 81-78 *Fort Hays State L 79-65 *Nebraska-Kearney L 100-73 +Mesa State L 66-64 *RMAC games +Playoff game Coach: Dan Beebe

1999-2000 (19-8)

Minn. State-Mankato L 90-77 Winona State L 70-66 South Dakota Tech W 74-55 Black Hills State W 118-89 Northern Colorado L 87-85 *Colorado Christian W 77-73 *Regis W 80-53 South Dakota Tech W 102-62 Northern Colorado W 88-73 *Fort Hays State L 97-82 *Nebraska-Kearney W 70-57 *Colorado Mines W 90-66 *Metropolitan State W 90-77 *Fort Lewis W 77-75 *Southern Colorado W 81-67 *Colo.-Colo. Springs W 99-74 *Adams State W 93-78 *New Mexico Highlands W 95-79 *Western State W 101-84 *Mesa State W 86-63 *Colorado Christian W 98-78 *Regis W 98-87 *Colorado Mines L 84-77 *Metropolitan State L 84-67 *Fort Hays State W 91-79 *Nebraska-Kearney L 113-104 +Southern Colorado L 82-73 *RMAC games +Playoff game Coach: Dan Beebe

2000-01 (8-17)

South Dakota Tech W 83-76 Black Hills State L 51-78 Northern State L 73-101 Minnesota-Duluth L 77-102 Minnesota-Moorhead L 71-75 South Dakota Tech (OT) L 92-100 *Mesa State L 79-86 *Western State L 60-77 *Adams State L 53-69 *CU-Colorado Springs L 65-88 *Southern Colorado L 64-90 *New Mexico Highlands W 88-81 *Fort Lewis W 94-72 *Metro State L 50-73 *Colorado Mines L 55-71 *Regis W 67-55 *Colorado Christian W 62-54 *Nebraska-Kearney L 78-82 *Fort Hays State L 63-77 *Colorado Mines W 83-66 *Metro State L 62-76 *Regis W 66-59 *Colorado Christian W 99-71 *Nebraska-Kearney L 84-90 *Fort Hays State L 73-93 *RMAC games Coach: Dan Beebe

2001-02 (15-12)

Huron University W 79-55 Huron University W 73-70 Angelo State L 86-88 St. Edward’s W 100-93 Great Falls W 88-69 MSU-Billings L 87-98 *Mesa State W 80-76 *Western State W 95-68 *Adams State L 65-74 *CU-Colorado Springs W 70-62 *Southern Colorado W 88-75 *New Mexico Highlands W 86-71 *Fort Lewis L 77-81 Colorado College W 78-58 *Colorado Mines W 85-72 *Metropolitan State L 64-83 *Colorado Christian W 88-64 *Regis W 78-71 *Fort Hays State L 67-74 *Nebraska-Kearney L 78-115 *Metropolitan State L 67-77 *Colorado Mines W 85-64 *Colorado Christian W 89-86 *Regis L 68-73 *Fort Hays State L 70-85 *Nebraska-Kearney L 78-90 +Metro State L 54-76 *RMAC games +Playoff game Coach: Dan Beebe

2002-03 (12-14) L L W W W W L L L W

North Dakota State Minnesota State-Moorhead South Dakota Tech Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Colorado College Montana State-Billings *Fort Lewis *Adams State (OT) *Western State

50-88 67-78 84-47 84-73 70-67 80-75 69-103 59-66 65-67 100-92

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*CU-Colorado Springs W 97-92 *Mesa State W 91-80 *Southern Colorado (OT) W 110-106 *N.M. Highlands L 81-83 *Fort Hays State L 80-90 *Nebraska-Kearney L 73-83 *Metro State L 49-80 *Regis L 60-65 *Colorado Mines W 73-72 *Colorado Christian L 72-75 *Regis W 58-55 *Metro State L 50-77 *Colorado Mines W 92-82 *Colorado Christian W 77-72 *Nebraska-Kearney L 75-92 *Fort Hays State L 63-72 *RMAC games Coach: Dan Beebe

2003-04 (8-19)

Wayne State W 75-72 vs Texas A&M-Commerce L 74-84 at St. Edward’s (2OT) W 87-83 at Wayne State L 60-87 at South Dakota Tech L 67-81 vs Black Hills State W 84-73 at Montana St.-Billings L 81-85 *at Fort Lewis L 77-84 *at Adams State W 62-50 Southwest Minn. St. W 82-72 *Western State W 94-57 *CU-Colorado Springs (2OT) L 73-76 *at Mesa State L 65-69 *Colorado State-Pueblo (2OT) L 90-94 *New Mexico Highlands W 80-72 *at Fort Hays State L 74-80 *at Nebraska-Kearney L 60-105 *at Metro State L 50-77 *Regis L 68-83 *Colorado Mines W 90-74 *Colorado Christian L 79-83 *Metro State L 79-93 *at Regis L 52-86 *at Colorado Mines L 54-70 *at Colo. Christian L 74-79 *Nebraska-Kearney L 68-87 *Fort Hays State L 66-83 *RMAC Games Coach: Dan Beebe

2004-2005 (13-14)

South Dakota Tech W 76-46 Johnson & Wales W 88-81 vs Black Hills State W 94-64 at South Dakota Tech W 80-73 at Mont. St.-Billings L 90-101 Colorado College W 86-74 *New Mexico Highlands W 79-63 *UC-Colorado Springs W 103-74 *at CSU-Pueblo W 66-64 vs Cameron L 76-87 vs Goldey-Beacom W 66-64 *Western State W 99-55 *Mesa State L 45-78 *at Fort Lewis L 71-87 *at Adams State (OT) W 78-75 *Fort Hays State W 69-60 *Nebraska-Kearney L 66-75 *Colorado Mines W 52-50 *Colorado Christian L 73-74 *at Metro. State L 60-89 *at Regis University L 61-74

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*at Colorado Christian (OT) *at Colorado School of Mines *Regis University *Metro. State *at Fort Hays State *at Nebraska-Kearney *RMAC Games Coach: Dan Beebe

L L L L L L

98-105 55-79 61-68 53-86 72-86 80-96

2005-2006 (11-16)

Univ. of Sioux Falls W 64-62 South Dakota Tech W 75-63 Minnesota State-Moorhead L 52-71 vs Black Hills State W 66-64 South Dakota Tech L 56-74 at Southwest Minnesota State L 51-58 vs Upper Iowa W 80-55 *at Colorado-Colorado Springs L 59-65 *at N.M. Highlands (OT) L 80-93 *Colorado State-Pueblo L 63-70 at Colorado College W 65-52 *at Mesa State L 52-67 *at Western State L 56-57 *Adams State W 70-56 *Fort Lewis W 85-75 *at Fort Hays State L 58-82 *at Nebraska-Kearney L 71-78 *at Colorado Christian W 69-66 *at Colorado Mines L 42-52 *Regis W 62-59 *Metro State L 83-90 *Colorado Mines L 45-47 *Colorado Christian L 56-65 *at Metro State L 58-82 *at Regis University W 66-62 *Fort Hays State L 41-47 *Nebraska-Kearney W 76-74 *RMAC Games Coach: Dan Beebe Brent Bargen Coached: 2006-Present Career: 37-96 (27.8%)

2006-07 (6-21)

at Minnesota State-Moorhead L vs. Concordia St. Paul L Black Hills State L at Nebraska-Omaha L vs. South Dakota L South Dakota W *at N.M. Highlands (OT) L *at Western New Mexico (OT) L * Mesa State L * Fort Lewis L * at Colorado State Pueblo L * at Adams State L * Western State W * UC-Colorado Springs L * Regis W * Nebraska-Kearney L * at Colorado Mines L at Johnson and Wales W * at Colorado Christian W * at Metro State L * at Nebraska-Kearney L * Colorado Mines W Johnson and Wales L * Metro State L * Colorado Christian L * at Regis L * at UC-Colorado Springs L

75-99 79-102 65-75 67-93 75-84 73-68 96-104 84-97 81-87 76-86 63-72 69-82 70-69 85-90 77-67 69-82 58-59 97-96 83-78 58-96 65-98 76-71 84-92 65-69 74-87 72-81 66-70

* RMAC Games Coach: Brent Bargen

2007-08 (7-20)

at Wayne State L at Augustana (S.D.) L at South Dakota L Wayne State L South Dakota Mines W at Black Hills State L Western New Mexico W * New Mexico Highlands W * at Mesa State L * at Fort Lewis L at Johnson and Wales L at University of Wyoming L * Adams State W * Colorado State-Pueblo W * at Western State L * at Regis L * at UC-Colorado Springs W * Nebraska-Kearney L * Colorado School of Mines W * Metro State L * Colorado Christian L * at Nebraska-Kearney L * at Colorado School of Mines L * at Colorado Christian L * at Metro State L * UC-Colorado Springs L * Regis L * RMAC Games Coach: Brent Bargen

79-77 99-91 104-89 75-72 92-63 78-67 75-72 99-81 83-67 80-66 96-91 76-69 90-85 76-63 59-55 88-65 80-76 85-77 76-74 74-52 73-66 72-66 60-57 76-62 66-56 89-68 76-65

2008-09 (8-19) W 83-78 L 79-75 W 82-61 W 81-74 L 93-61 L 82-62 L 70-69 W 75-74 L 94-82 L 76-69 L 81-69 L 81-77 L 77-69 L 83-69 W 64-62 L 65-58 L 63-54 W 72-65 L 80-77 L 87-51 W 79-73 L 70-68 L 71-67 W 68-53 L 85-83 L 59-56 L 83-65

at Augustana (SD) vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills vs. Colorado College MSU-Billings at South Dakota * at N.M. Highlands * at CSU-Pueblo * Adams State * Fort Lewis at MSU-Billings at South Dakota Mines * at Western State * at Mesa State * Western New Mexico Black Hills State * Colorado Christian * Colorado Mines * at Nebraska-Kearney * at UC-Colo. Springs (2OT) * at Metro State * at Regis * Nebraska-Kearney * UC-Colorado Springs * Regis * Metro State * at Colorado Mines * at Colorado Christian * RMAC Games Coach: Brent Bargen


2009-10 (10-16)

at Black Hills State W vs. San Francisco State L vs. Northern New Mexico W vs. Nebraska-Omaha L vs. Benedictine L * CSU-Pueblo L * N.M. Highlands W at South Dakota Mines L * at Fort Lewis L * at Adams State W (OT) at Utah Valley State L * Mesa State L * Western State W * at Western N.M. L * at Colorado Mines L * at Colorado Christian L * Nebraska-Kearney W * UC-Colorado Springs W * Regis W * Metro State L * at Nebraska-Kearney L * at UC-Colorado Springs L * at Metro State L * at Regis W * Colorado Christian W * Colorado Mines L * RMAC Games Coach: Brent Bargen

80-73 78-64 77-60 92-70 85-76 81-73 104-87 77-74 89-71 95-93 83-57 79-63 70-57 76-75 75-48 72-58 65-64 79-62 71-57 83-67 83-65 66-57 69-48 86-75 69-60 84-74

2010-11 (6-20) L 76-67 L 75-69 W 87-74 W 78-61 W 84-63 W 73-63 L 86-76 L 82-63 W 89-78 L 82-76 L 91-76 L 72-55 L 77-71 L 85-75 L 86-69 L 59-57 L 74-69 L 75-69 L 58-53 L 72-54 L 79-51 L 69-65 W 66-57 L 82-73 L 78-60 L 94-72

Black Hills State at University of Mary MSU-Billings * Mesa State * Western State South Dakota Mines * at Regis * at Metro State * at Colorado Christian * at Colorado Mines * Fort Lewis * Adams State * Nebraska-Kearney * at N.M. Highlands * at Western N.M. * CSU-Pueblo * UC-Colorado Springs * Colorado Mines * Colorado Christian * at Western State * at Mesa State * Metro State * Regis * UC-Colorado Springs * at CSU-Pueblo * at Nebraska-Kearney * RMAC Games Coach: Brent Bargen

Win-Loss Records by Season Year............................Record

Year............................Record

Year............................Record

Year............................Record

1921-22......................................... 7-7 1922-23......................................... 6-8 1923-24......................................... 5-8 1924-25....................................... 4-10 1925-26....................................... 4-13 1926-27....................................... 12-3 1927-28....................................... 1-11 1928-29....................................... 5-10 1929-30....................................... 8-12 1930-31....................................... 6-13 1931-32....................................... 3-16 1932-33....................................... 17-4 1933-34......................................... 0-8 1934-35......................................... 2-7 1935-36......................................... 6-7 1936-37....................................... 16-4 1937-38....................................... 14-6 1938-39....................................... 14-8 1939-40....................................... 16-4 1940-41....................................... 15-3 1941-42....................................... 17-4 1942-43......World War II (No Games) 1943-44......World War II (No Games) 1944-45......World War II (No Games) 1945-46....................................... 17-1

1946-47....................................... 9-10 1947-48....................................... 7-13 1948-49....................................... 12-9 1949-50....................................... 14-7 1950-51..................................... 14-10 1951-52....................................... 18-7 1952-53....................................... 17-7 1953-54..................................... 14-12 1954-55....................................... 19-6 1955-56....................................... 16-5 1956-57....................................... 9-15 1957-58..................................... 15-10 1958-59..................................... 14-11 1959-60..................................... 12-10 1960-61..................................... 12-11 1961-62..................................... 16-11 1962-63..................................... 15-10 1963-64....................................... 13-9 1964-65..................................... 10-14 1965-66....................................... 19-5 1966-67....................................... 22-6 1967-68....................................... 18-5 1968-69..................................... 12-13 1969-70....................................... 6-19 1970-71....................................... 18-8

1971-72..................................... 14-13 1972-73....................................... 4-20 1973-74..................................... 11-15 1974-75....................................... 9-16 1975-76....................................... 9-16 1976-77....................................... 17-9 1977-78....................................... 17-9 1978-79..................................... 15-10 1979-80..................................... 20-12 1980-81..................................... 15-13 1981-82....................................... 7-19 1982-83..................................... 14-13 1983-84..................................... 16-16 1984-85....................................... 9-18 1985-86..................................... 10-16 1986-87..................................... 13-13 1987-88....................................... 9-16 1988-89....................................... 8-24 1989-90..................................... 14-15 1990-91..................................... 11-19 1991-92..................................... 16-14 1992-93..................................... 12-16 1993-94..................................... 17-10 1994-95....................................... 4-22 1995-96..................................... 10-17

1996-97..................................... 11-15 1997-98..................................... 11-15 1998-99..................................... 11-15 1999-00....................................... 19-8 2000-01....................................... 8-17 2001-02..................................... 15-12 2002-03..................................... 12-14 2003-04....................................... 8-19 2004-05..................................... 13-14 2005-06..................................... 11-16 2006-07....................................... 6-21 2007-08....................................... 7-20 2008-09....................................... 8-19 2009-10..................................... 10-16 2010-11........................................ 6-20 TOTAL............................. 1,003-1,032

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Athletic Schedules Volleyball Schedule Date Sept. 2-3 Sept. 2 Sept. 3 Sept. 9-10 Sept. 9 Sept. 10 Sept. 15 Sept. 16 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 23 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Sept. 30 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 14 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Oct. 29 Nov. 4 Nov. 5

Opponent Rockhurst Tournament Rockhurst University CSU-Pueblo University of Mary William Jewell UNK Fall Classic Missouri Western Sioux Falls Wayne State Nebraska-Kearney *Western N.M. *N.M. Highlands *CSU-Pueblo Black Hills State *UC-Colorado Springs *Colorado Mines South Dakota Mines *Regis *Metro State South Dakota Mines *Nebraska-Kearney *Colorado Christian Black Hills State *Adams State *Western State *Colorado Mesa *Nebraska-Kearney *Colorado Christian *Metro State *Regis *Colorado Mines *UC-Colorado Springs

Football Schedule

Location Kansas City, Mo.

Time 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m.

Kearney, Neb. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. Noon 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

Silver City, N.M. Las Vegas, N.M. Pueblo, Colo. Chadron Colorado Springs, Colo. Golden, Colo. Chadron Chadron Chadron Rapid City, S.D. Chadron Lakewood, Colo. Spearfish, S.D. Chadron Chadron Chadron Kearney, Neb. Chadron Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Chadron Chadron

Head Coach: Natasha Marquis (First Season) * RMAC Contests Home Matches in Bold Times Subject to Change

Rodeo Schedule Date Sept. 9-11 Sept. 16-18 Sept. 23-25 Sept. 30-Oct. 2 Oct. 14-16

Event CSC Rodeo Central Wyoming College Sheridan College Lamar Community College Laramie County Community College

Location Chadron Riverton, Wyo. Sheridan, Wyo. Lamar, Colo. Cheyenne, Wyo.

Date Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

Opponent University of Mary Angelo State (Family Day) *Western State *Adams State *CSU-Pueblo (Homecoming) *Nebraska-Kearney *New Mexico Highlands *Western New Mexico *Fort Lewis *Colorado Mines *Colorado Mesa University

Women’s Golf Schedule

Location Time Bismarck, N.D. 6 p.m. (MDT) Chadron Noon Gunnison, Colo. 1 p.m. Chadron Noon Chadron 1:30 p.m. Kearney, Neb. Noon (MDT) Chadron Noon Silver City, N.M. Noon Chadron Noon Golden, Colo. Noon Chadron Noon

Date Sept. 6-7 Sept. 12-13 Sept. 26-27 Oct. 2-3

Location Awarrii Dunes Golf Course, Axtell, Neb. Raccoon Golf Course, Littleton, Colo. Scotts Bluff Country Club, Scottsbluff, Neb. RMAC/NSIC Crossover Tournament, Omaha, Neb.

Spring Season To Be Announced Head Coach: Terri Connealy (Second Season) Home Contest in Bold

Head Coach: Bill O’Boyle (Seventh Season) * RMAC Contests Home Games in Bold Times Subject to Change

Wrestling Schedule Date Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Jan. 8 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 28 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 25 March 9-10

Opponent Public Practice Red and White Meet Cowboy Open UNK Open Northern State University Newberry Duals Fort Hays State *Adams State Dickinson State Open *Colorado Mesa University *Western State College *Northern Colorado *N.M. Highlands *Nebraska-Kearney Dickinson State *Colorado Mines *Grand Canyon *CSU-Pueblo NCAA West Regional NCAA D-II Championships

Track and Field Schedule

Location Chadron Chadron Laramie, Wyo. Kearney, Neb. Chadron Newberry, S.C. Hays, Kan. Chadron Dickinson, N.D. Grand Junction, Colo. Gunnison, Colo. Greeley, Colo. Chadron Kearney, Neb. Dickinson, N.D. Chadron Chadron Pueblo, Colo. Hays, Kan. Pueblo, Colo.

Time 10 a.m. 5 p.m. 9 a.m. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 9 a.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA TBA

Head Coach: Scott Ritzen (25th Season) * RMAC Contests Home Matches in Bold Times Subject to Change

Spring Season To Be Announced

Date Dec. 9-10 Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 10-11 Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 24-25 March 9-10 March 31 April 6-7 April 11-12 April 12-14 April 14 April 19-21 April 20 April 28 May 6-8 May 12 May 13 May 24-26 Feb. 4 March 17

Head Coach: Dustin Luper (Fourth Season)

Opponent

Location

Indoor Season UNK vs. CSC Pre-Holiday Dual The Birds and the Bees Invite Dave Little Open CSC Twilight Iowa State Classic Charlie Foster Classic Nebraska Tune-Up Black Hills Open RMAC Indoor Championships NCAA D-II Indoor Championships Outdoor Season Hastings Bronco Relays Fort Hays Quad Mount SAC Multis Mount SAC Relays Snowball Open Kansas Relays Prairie Wolf Invite Jack Christensen Invite RMAC Outdoor Championships Emporia Last Chance Colorado Mines Last Chance NCAA D-II Outdoor Championships High School Meets CSC Winter Classic Open CSC High School Invitational

Kearney, Neb. Gillette, Wyo. Spearfish, S.D. Chadron Ames, Iowa Kearney, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Spearfish, S.D. Chadron Mankato, Minn. Hastings, Neb. Hays, Kan. Azusa, Calif. Walnut, Calif. Laramie, Wyo. Lawrence, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Fort Collins, Colo. Gunnison, Colo. Emporia, Kan. Golden, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Chadron, Neb. Chadron, Neb.

Head Coach: Ryan Baily (Third Season) Home Contests in Bold

Softball Schedule Date Opponent Location Feb. 10-12 Desert Stinger Tournament Las Vegas, Nev. University of Minnesota-Duluth (Feb. 10) Minot State (Feb. 10) MSU-Billings (Feb. 11) University of Mary (Feb. 11) St. Cloud State (Feb. 12) Feb. 18 East Central Oklahoma Goodwell, Okla. Oklahoma Panhandle State Goodwell, Okla. Feb. 19 East Central Oklahoma Goodwell, Okla. Oklahoma Panhandle State Goodwell, Okla. Feb. 25 *Colorado Christian (DH) Lakewood, Colo. Feb. 26 *Colorado Christian (DH) Lakewood, Colo. March 3 *Regis (DH) Chadron March 4 *Regis (DH) Chadron March 10 *Colorado Mines (DH) Golden, Colo. March 11 *Colorado Mines (DH) Golden, Colo. March 17 *Fort Lewis (DH) Chadron March 18 *Fort Lewis (DH) Chadron March 24 *Adams State (DH) Alamosa, Colo. March 25 *Adams State (DH) Alamosa, Colo. March 28 *Black Hills State (DH) Chadron March 31 *Colorado Mesa (DH) Chadron April 1 *Colorado Mesa (DH) Chadron April 6 *Nebraska-Kearney (DH) Kearney, Neb. April 7 *Nebraska-Kearney (DH) Kearney, Neb. April 10 Augustana (DH) Sioux Falls, S.D. April 14 *CSU-Pueblo (DH) Chadron April 15 *CSU-Pueblo (DH) Chadron April 18 *Black Hills State (DH) Spearfish, S.D. April 21 *Metro State (DH) Chadron April 22 *Metro State (DH) Chadron April 26-28 RMAC Tournament TBA

Men’s Basketball Schedule Time 11:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. Noon 11 a.m. Noon 11 am. Noon 11 a.m. Noon 11 a.m. Noon 11 a.m. 1 p.m. Noon 11 a.m. Noon 11 a.m. 2 p.m. Noon 11 a.m. 3 p.m. Noon 11 a.m. TBA

Date Nov. 11 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 26 Dec. 2 Dec. 3 Dec. 9 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 18 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 Jan. 20 Jan. 21 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 25

Opponent MSU-Billings University of Mary Black Hills State Nebraska-Omaha *Colorado Mesa *Western State *Regis *Metro State *Colorado Christian *Colorado Mines *Fort Lewis *Adams State *Nebraska-Kearney *N.M. Highlands *Western N.M. *CSU-Pueblo *UC-Colorado Springs *Colorado Mines *Colorado Christian *Western State *Colorado Mesa *Metro State *Regis *UC-Colorado Springs *CSU-Pueblo *Nebraska-Kearney

Location Billings, Mont. Chadron Spearfish, S.D. Omaha, Neb. Grand Junction, Colo. Gunnison, Colo. Chadron Chadron Chadron Chadron Durango, Colo. Alamosa, Colo. Kearney, Neb. Chadron Chadron Pueblo, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Golden, Colo. Lakewood, Colo. Chadron Chadron Denver Denver Chadron Chadron Chadron

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m.

Head Coach: Brent Bargen (Sixth Season) * RMAC Contests Home Games in Bold Times Subject to Change

Women’s Basketball Schedule Date Nov. 12 Nov. 17 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Dec. 2 Dec. 3 Dec. 9 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 18 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 Jan. 20 Jan. 21 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 25

Opponent MSU-Billings University of Wyoming Wayne State Black Hills State *Colorado Mesa *Western State *Regis *Metro State *Colorado Christian *Colorado Mines *Fort Lewis *Adams State *Nebraska-Kearney *N.M. Highlands *Western N.M. *CSU-Pueblo *UC-Colorado Springs *Colorado Mines *Colorado Christian *Western State *Colorado Mesa *Metro State *Regis *UC-Colorado Springs *CSU-Pueblo *Nebraska-Kearney

Location Billings, Mont. Laramie, Wyo. Chadron Spearfish, S.D. Grand Junction, Colo. Gunnison, Colo. Chadron Chadron Chadron Chadron Durango, Colo. Alamosa, Colo. Kearney, Neb. Chadron Chadron Pueblo, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Golden, Colo. Lakewood, Colo. Chadron Chadron Denver Denver Chadron Chadron Chadron

Time 1:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Head Coach: Tim Connealy (Fourth Season) * RMAC Contests Home Games in Bold Times Subject to Change

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