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Cover...................................................................................................1 NCAA Tournament...............................................................................2 RMAC Championships.........................................................................3 Table of Contents.................................................................................4 About Colorado Mines.................................................................... 5-7 Lockridge Arena...................................................................................8 2011-12 Rosters............................................................................. 9-10 The Coaches................................................................................ 11-14 The Orediggers............................................................................ 15-47 2011-12 Polls............................................................................... 48-49 2010-11 Review........................................................................... 50-59 Records........................................................................................ 60-65 Corporate Sponsors..................................................................... 66-91 2011-12 Schedule................................................................ Back Cover

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(Bill) Scoggins Director of Athletics�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Tom Spicer Associate Director of Athletics��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Brandon Leimbach Assoc. 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The CSM Sports Information Office is responsible for the promotion of the 18-sport athletics program through the production of the CSM Athletics website, media guides, press releases, print publications, game programs, statistics and game notes. Sports Information Director Colin Bonnicksen -- 303-273-3095 / cbonnick@mines.edu (football, volleyball, golf, men’s basketball, wrestling and baseball) Assistant Sports Information Director Katie Simons -- 303-273-3735 / ksimons@mines.edu (men’s soccer, women’s soccer, cross country, women’s basketball, swimming & diving, track & field, softball) Credentials / Photography: Credentials for Colorado School of Mines home events will only be issued to working media outlets. If you wish to obtain credentials, please contact the CSM Sports Information Office at least one week prior to the contest. Please note that there is limited space at press row at Lockridge Arena, and that credentials are issued on a game-by-game and first-come, first-served basis. Any person wishing to take photos on the sidelines must obtain credentials from the SID office. Interviews: All CSM coaches and players will be available for interviews following a 10-minute cool-down period, as per NCAA regulations. Please ask a member of the SID office to arrange for an interview. The CSM Department of Athletics does not hold weekly press conferences. All interviews with coaches and student-athletes must go through the SID office. Please give at least 24 hours notice for interview requests. Visiting Radio: Visiting radio stations must contact the SID office at least one week prior to the contest to make the necessary arrangements. Statistics: Game programs will be available prior the game and final statistics will be available approximately 15 minutes following the conclusion of the contest. Please contact the SID office for any special requests.

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Colorado School of Mines is a public research university devoted to engineering and applied science. It has the highest admissions standards of any public university in Colorado and among the highest of any public university in the U.S. Mines has distinguished itself by developing a curriculum and research program geared towards responsible stewardship of the earth and its resources. In addition to strong education and research programs in traditional fields of science and engineering, Mines is one of a very few institutions in the world having broad expertise in resource exploration, extraction, production and utilization. As such, Mines occupies a unique position among the world's institutions of higher education. Since its founding in 1874, the translation of the school's mission into educational programs has been influenced by the needs of society. Those needs are now focused more clearly than ever before. The world faces a crisis in balancing resource availability with environmental protection and Mines and its programs are central to the solution. Mines offers all the advantages of a world-class research institution with a size that allows for personal attention. With a student body of about 5,000, Mines has a student/faculty ratio of 14:1 and an average undergraduate class size of 33 students.

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Colorado School of Mines’ intercollegiate athletics program provides student-athletes with the opportunity to participate in 18 varsity sports. As one of 14 schools in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, CSM provides an excellent opportunity and environment for both the scholar and the athlete. The RMAC is an NCAA Division II affiliate consisting of 10 institutions in Colorado, and two each in Nebraska and New Mexico. Men's sports offered at Colorado School of Mines include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming & diving, track & field and wrestling. Women's sports include basketball, cross-country, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, track & field and volleyball.

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Lockridge Arena, which is located inside of the Student Recreation Center, serves as the home court for the Oredigger basketball teams.

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2011-12 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 40 33 10 52 3 11 30 44 23 22 31 42 20 32 5

Clay Boatwright So. F 6-10 190 Jacob Case R-Sr. F/G 6-4 205 Bryant Elrick So. G 5-9 170 Gordon Galloway Sr. F 6-6 215 Chris Goutama Sr. G 5-8 160 Brett Green Jr. G/F 6-4 200 Charlie Hagan Fr. F 6-6 205 Luke Meisch So. F 6-6 220 Dale Minschwaner Sr. C 6-6 220 Brian Muller R-Fr. G 6-0 145 Nico Mucci So. F 6-6 215 Alex Rennemann Jr. F 6-8 215 Trevor Ritchie R-Fr. G/F 6-4 189 Trevor Wages So. C 6-8 235 Trey Winbush Fr. G 5-11 175

Parker, Colo./Ponderosa H.S. Albuquerque, N.M./Manzano H.S. Flagler, Colo./Flagler H.S. Camarillo, Calif./Adolfo Camarillo H.S. San Ramon, Calif./California H.S. Peyton, Colo/Peyton H.S. Longmont, Colo./Silver Creek H.S. Wichita, Kan./Andover H.S. Albuquerque, N.M./Sandia Prep Billings, Mont./Billings West H.S. McKinney, Texas/McKinney H.S. Vancouver, Wash./Skyview H.S. Portland, Ore./Wilson H.S. Littleton, Colo./Chatfield H.S. Jacksonville, Fla./Stanton College Prep

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YR

POS HT WT.

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS

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Chris Goutama

Sr.

G

5-8 160

San Ramon, Calif./California H.S.

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Trey Winbush

Fr.

G 5-11 175

Jacksonville, Fla./Stanton College Prep

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Bryant Elrick

So.

G

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Brett Green

Jr.

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5-9 170

Flagler, Colo./Flagler H.S.

G/F 6-4 200

Peyton, Colo/Peyton H.S.

Trevor Ritchie

R-Fr. G/F 6-4 189

Portland, Ore./Wilson H.S.

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Brian Muller

R-Fr. G

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Dale Minschwaner

Sr.

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Charlie Hagan

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6-0 145

Billings, Mont./Billings West H.S.

C

6-6 220

Albuquerque, N.M./Sandia Prep

Fr.

F

6-6 205

Longmont, Colo./Silver Creek H.S.

Nico Mucci

So.

F

6-6 215

McKinney, Texas/McKinney H.S.

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Trevor Wages

So.

C

6-8 235

Littleton, Colo./Chatfield H.S.

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Jacob Case

R-Sr. F/G 6-4 205

Albuquerque, N.M./Manzano H.S.

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Clay Boatwright

So.

F 6-10 190

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Alex Rennemann

Jr.

F

6-8 215

Vancouver, Wash./Skyview H.S.

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Luke Meisch

So.

F

6-6 220

Wichita, Kan./Andover H.S.

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Gordon Galloway

Sr.

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6-6 215

Camarillo, Calif./Adolfo Camarillo H.S.

Parker, Colo./Ponderosa H.S.

Head Coach: Pryor Orser (11th season) Assistant Coach: Brad Schick (5th season) Assistant Coach: Jason Faust (4th season) Assistant Coach: Mark Ruybal (2nd season) Assistant Coach: Chris Staton (1st season) Athletic Trainer: Andy Vanous (1st season) Media Relations Contact: Colin Bonnicksen (1st Season)

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PRYORORSER HEAD COACH

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EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE (MSU-BILLINGS, 1991)

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The 2011-12 season will mark Pryor Orser’s 11th year as the head men’s basketball coach at Colorado School of Mines. During his first 10 seasons at CSM, Orser has compiled a 146-135 overall record (95-98 RMAC). Orser was selected as the RMAC Coach of the Year in 2010-11 after leading CSM to the RMAC regular-season championship and the #1 seed in the RMAC Shootout. Mines (25-6 overall, 18-4 RMAC) set new single-season program records for overall and conference victories and qualified for the NCAA Division II Central Region Tournament for the second year in a row. The Orediggers, who were ranked 20th in the final 2010-11 NABC Top 25 Poll, were ranked as high as #2 in the Central Region and #18 in the nation in 2010-11. Three Orediggers earned All-RMAC recognition, including Sean Armstrong, who went on to garner AllRegion and All-American honors. In 2009-10, Orser was named RMAC East Division Coach of the Year after leading Mines to a 17-12 overall record (14-5 RMAC) and a share of the RMAC East Division title. The Orediggers made their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament and established a new single-season program record for conference victories. CSM earned the #1 seed in the East Division for the RMAC Shootout and hosted a Quarterfinal game at Lockridge Arena. Dale Minschwaner earned First Team All-RMAC, RMAC East Division Player of the Year and First Team All-East Division honors while Brett Green garnered RMAC East Division Freshman of the Year accolades. Green’s selection as the RMAC East Division Freshman of the Year marked the sixth time that an Oredigger has earned such recognition during Orser’s tenure (Stephen Bahl, 2001-02; Kevin Wagstaff, 2002-03; Ben Mohr, 2004-05; Kyle Pape, 2005-06; Minschwaner, 200809). Mines posted a 14-13 overall record (9-10 RMAC) in 2008-09. Two Orediggers were named All-RMAC, including Pape (Second Team All-East Division) and Minschwaner (Third Team All-East Division). Minschwaner was also selected as the 2008-09 RMAC East Division Freshman of the Year. In 2007-08, the Orediggers compiled a 15-14 overall record (8-11 RMAC). Three Orediggers earned All-RMAC recognition, including Pape, who was a unanimous First Team All-RMAC East Division selection. Mines compiled a 14-13 overall record (8-11 RMAC) in 2006-07 as three Orediggers (Pape, Ian Elseth and Franklin Ryk) earned recognition on the All-RMAC teams. In 2005-06, Orser led the Orediggers to a 15-14 overall record (9-10 RMAC). CSM earned the #7 seed in the RMAC Shootout and knocked off #2 seed Fort Lewis. The victory marked CSM’s first post-season win since 1996. Two players earned All-RMAC recognition for CSM, and Pape was named RMAC Freshman of the Year. Orser led CSM to a 16-12 overall mark (10-9 RMAC) in 2004-05 and an appearance in the RMAC Shootout. During the 2004-05 campaign, CSM registered a 74-71 upset victory over then top-ranked Metro State at Volk Gymnasium. Bahl, who was selected as the North Central Region Player of the Year, garnered First Team All-RMAC, First Team All-North Central Region and Third Team All-American honors. It was the first time in program history that a CSM player had been named All-American. In the spring of 2005, Westword Newspaper named Pryor Orser’s Baskeball Camps as the Best Place for Young Hoops Hotshots in its annual Best of Denver issue. Orser’s camps have grown each year and have attracted as many as 140 players during a single week. Orser’s 2002-03 team posted an 18-10 overall record (12-7 RMAC) and advanced to the RMAC Shootout for the first time since 1999. The 2002-03 squad established numerous team records, including a 15-2 start, a perfect 7-0 record against the RMAC West Division, a #4 ranking in the North Central Region and an 11-game winning streak. The 2002-03 Orediggers also achieved a #26 national ranking. Four players went on to earn All-RMAC recognition. In his first year at the helm (2001-02), Orser, who arrived on campus just two months prior to the start of the season, led the Orediggers to a 5-21 overall record (3-16 RMAC).

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BRADSCHICK ASSISTANT COACH

5TH SEASON

Brad Schick returns for his fifth season as an assistant basketball coach for the CSM men’s basketball team in 2011-12. CSM won the RMAC regular-season championship and earned the #1 seed in the RMAC Shootout in 2010-11. Mines (25-6 overall, 18-4 RMAC) set new single-season program records for overall and conference victories and qualified for the NCAA Division II Central Region Tournament for the second year in a row. The Orediggers, who were ranked 20th in the final 2010-11 NABC Top 25 Poll, were ranked as high as #2 in the Central Region and #18 in the nation in 2010-11. Three Orediggers earned All-RMAC recognition, including Sean Armstrong, who went on to garner All-Region and AllAmerican honors. In 2009-10, Mines recorded a 17-11 overall record (14-5 RMAC) and earned a share of the RMAC East Division title. The Orediggers made their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament and established a new single-season program record for conference victories. CSM earned the #1 seed in the East Division for the RMAC Shootout and hosted a Quarterfinal game at Lockridge Arena. Dale Minschwaner earned First Team All-RMAC, RMAC East Division Player of the Year and First Team All-East Division honors while Brett Green garnered RMAC East Division Freshman of the Year and Third Team All-RMAC accolades. Sean Armstrong earned Second Team All-East Division honors, as well. 2009-10 also marked a program-record sixth consecutive winning season for the Orediggers. Mines posted a 14-13 overall record (9-10 RMAC) in 2008-09. Two Orediggers were named All-RMAC, including Kyle Pape (Second Team All-East Division) and Minschwaner (Third Team All-East Division). Minschwaner was also selected as the 2008-09 RMAC East Division Freshman of the Year. In 2007-08, the Orediggers compiled a 15-14 overall record (8-11 RMAC). Three Orediggers earned All-RMAC recognition, including Pape, who was a unanimous First Team All-RMAC East Division selection. Prior to his arrival at Mines, Schick spent three seasons (2004-05 to 2006-07) as an assistant women’s basketball coach at the University of Nebraska - Omaha. Schick also spent four seasons (2000-01 to 2003-04) as the associate head men’s basketball coach at Fort Lewis College. During his time in Durango, Schick helped guide the Skyhawks to two RMAC West Division titles and one RMAC championship. FLC also advanced into a pair of NCAA Division II tournaments. A former collegiate standout at the University of Northern Colorado (1995-96 to 1997-98) and Western State College (1998-99), Schick earned First Team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and All-Region honors during his final year of eligibility with the Mountaineers. As a senior at Western State, Schick finished third in the RMAC in scoring with 18.8 points per game. Schick also finished fourth in the conference in free throw % (.814), sixth in three-point field goals made (3.38 per game) and 12th in three-point field goal % (.404). Schick’s career collegiate statistics include a .435 field goal % (344-of-791), a .409 three-point field goal % (219-of536), an .805 free throw % (165-of-205) and 1,072 points in 99 games (10.8 ppg). Schick also amassed a combined 288 total rebounds (2.9 rpg), 172 assists and 77 steals at UNC and WSC. Schick, who garnered Academic All-Region recognition at UNC in 1996-97, also earned an NCAA Division II Post-Graduate Scholarship. A three-sport star in basketball, football and baseball as a prep, Schick graduated from Gunnison High School in 1995. Schick set numerous school records in basketball, including career marks for points (1,870), rebounds (635), assists (240) and scoring average (25.3 ppg). Schick, who led the state in scoring as a senior, ranks sixth in Colorado prep history in career scoring. During his senior season at GHS, Schick established single-season school records for points scored (812) and points per game (35.3). Schick’s 59 points against Buena Vista in 1994-95 is the fourth-highest single-game total in state history. The recipient of the Rocky Mountain News’ Fred Steinmark Award for academic and athletic excellence in 1994-95, Schick was a consensus Colorado 3A All-State selection as a senior at Gunnison. Schick, who was named All-State six times and All-Conference seven times as a prep, was chosen as Sports Illustrated’s Old Spice Athlete of the Month and was nominated for the McDonald’s All-American team. Schick, who carried a 3.94 GPA throughout his college career, graduated from Northern Colorado with a bachelor’s degree in Meteorology in 2000. Schick went on to earn his master’s degree in Recreation Administration from UNO in 2007.

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MARKRUYBAL ASSISTANT COACH

2ND SEASON

COLORADO STATE, 1993

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Mark Ruybal returns for his second season as an assistant basketball coach for the CSM men’s basketball team in 2011-12. Prior to his arrival at Mines, Ruybal was the boy’s varsity basketball coach at Summit High School (Frisco, Colo.) in 2008-09. Ruybal’s resume also includes head coaching positions at South High School (Bakersfield, Calif.; 2006-07), Taft High School (Taft, Calif.; 2004-05), Greyhills Academy High School (Tuba City, Ariz.; 1993-96, 2000-03) and Gallup High School (Gallup, N.M.; 1997). Ruybal, who served as the Athletic Director for the Fightin’ Knights during his most recent stint at Greyhills Academy, has won several conference titles and earned Coach of the Year honors on multiple occasions during his career in the prep ranks. Ruybal’s collegiate coaching experience includes positions at Colorado State University (1988-91; volunteer assistant), Grand Canyon University (1998; assistant coach) and Mesa Community College (1999; assistant coach). Following his graduation from Gateway High School in Aurora, Ruybal played basketball at Adams State College in 1978-79. During his prep career, Ruybal earned all-conference recognition in hoops and football. Ruybal also competed on the track & field and golf teams at GHS. Ruybal earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science (Education) from Colorado State University in 1993. Ruybal and his wife, Dawn, reside in Denver and have three sons, Mark II, Jude and Elijah.

CHRISSTATON VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

1ST SEASON

CLEARWATER CHRISTIAN, 2005 Chris Staton begins his first season as a volunteer assistant coach for the CSM men’s basketball program in 2011-12. Staten has spent the last six years as the athletic director, head boys basketball coach and head boys soccer coach at Beth Eden Baptist School in Wheat Ridge, Colo. Staten played one year of soccer at his alma mater, Clearwater Christian College in Clearwater, Fla. He was a four-sport athlete as a prep at Citrus Park Christian School, including four years of basketball and soccer. He took home team most valuable players honors in soccer and honorable mention all-conference honors in basketball as well as the team’s Leadership Award. A 2005 graduate of Clearwater Christian College with a degree in physical education, Staton is currently pursuing his master’s degree in coaching form the United State Sports Academy and is on track to graduate in May of 2012. He and his wife, Rebecca, currently reside in Arvada and welcomed their first child, Carolina, on July 26, 2011.

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CHRISGOUTAMA #3, GUARD, 5-8, 160, SR. SAN RAMON, CALIF. / CALIFORNIA H.S.

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2010-11: One of six Orediggers to play in all 31 games (no starts)...Second on the team in steals (41)...Third on the squad in assists (69)...Averaged 18.1 minutes played per game...Went 34-of-90 (.378) from the floor...Shot .324 (11-of-34) from beyond the three-point arc...Shot .763 (29-of-38) from the FT line...Had 32 total rebounds and two blocked shots...Averaged 3.5 points per game. 2009-10: Limited to just six games played (four starts) because of injury...Granted a medical redshirt...Shot .379 (11-of-29) from the field, including .500 (5-of-10) from three-point range...Made 14-of-20 (.700) free throw attempts...Had five rebounds and seven steals... Finished with 23 assists (3.8 apg)...Scored 41 points (6.8 ppg). 2008-09: Earned Second Team All-Conference honors and led WVC to a runner-up finish in the Coast-South Conference...An Honorable Mention All-Conference selection...Averaged 7.1 ppg and 7.5 apg...Shot 83% from the FT line and served as a team captain...A member of the Alpha Gamma Sigma honor society...Earned Scholar-Athlete honors in the fall of 2008. 2007-08: Competed at West Valley College (Saratoga, Calif.) during his true freshman season...Earned Scholar-Athlete honors both semesters. High School: A four-time letterwinner in basketball...A three-time team captain...A twotime First Team All-League selection (Jr., Sr.) at California High School (San Ramon, Calif.)... Led CHS to a playoff appearance his junior season...Guided team to a share of the EBAL title as a senior...A five-time Scholar-Athlete performer in the classroom.

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TREYWINBUSH #5, GUARD, 5-11, 175, FR. Jacksonville, Fla. / Stanton College Prep

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High School: Earned three letters in basketball...Led the Blue Devils to three appearances in the Conference tournament...Earned All-Conference and All-Star Team recognition as a senior...Garnered Student-Athlete of the Week (First Coast News) recognition... Started on the West team for the Northeast All-Star Game...A two-time letterwinner on the football team...Earned one letter on the track & field team...An A.P. Scholar...Recipient of the IB Diploma.

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BRYANTELRICK #10, GUARD, 5-9, 170, SO. FLAGLER, COLO. / FLAGLER H.S.

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2010-11: Appeared in 11 games (all as a reserve)...Made 1-of-4 FG attempts...Went 0-of-1 from three-point range...Did not attempt a free throw...Had one rebound and four assists... Earned recognition on the Academic AllRMAC Honor Roll...Earned the Silver Academic Achievement Award during the fall of 2010. 2009-10: Redshirted during his first season at CSM...Qualified for the Dean’s List both semesters...Earned the Silver Academic Achievement Award during the spring of 2010. High School: A four-year letterwinner in basketball...Earned First Team All-State, League Player of the Year and Team MVP following his junior and senior seasons... Averaged 22.3 ppg his final year...Named to the All-Tournament Team at the 200809 State tournament...Averaged 21.0 ppg as a junior...A Second Team All-State pick following his sophomore season...Selected as FHS’s Offensive Player of the Year three times (SO, JR, SR)...Led his team to fourth (JR) and sixth place (SR) finishes at the State tournament...Earned four letters in football...Led team to the State quarterfinals, was named Team MVP and garnered Second Team All-State accolades as a senior...Earned two letters in baseball...A two-time letterwinner on the track & field team...Placed fourth in the 110m high hurdles at the 2009 1A State championships...A Boettcher Scholarship recipient...An Academic All-State performer in the classroom...Flagler’s Class of 2009 Salutatorian...Earned the CSM Medal of Achievement in math & science...Recipient of the IBM Hero of the Week award his senior year.

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BRETTGREEN #11, GUARD/FORWARD, 6-4, 200, JR. PEYTON, COLO. / PEYTON H.S. 2011-12: A Pre-Season All-RMAC selection.

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2010-11: One of three Orediggers to start all 31 games... Third in the RMAC in minutes played per game (32.8)... Sixth in the conference in FT % (.828; 106-of-128)...Finished 11th in the RMAC in steals (1.5 spg) and 16th in scoring (13.3 ppg)...Led the Orediggers in steals (46)...Second on the team in points scored (411) and assists (70)...Shot .458 (130-of-284) from the field...Shot .341 (45-of-132) from three-point range...Had 86 total rebounds (2.8 rpg)...Had three blocked shots...A Second Team All-RMAC selection...Will begin his junior season ranked fifth in the CSM record book in career steals average (tied - 1.3 spg). 2009-10: Named RMAC / Baden East Division Player of the Week (Feb. 8th)...Earned RMAC East Division Freshman of the Year and Third Team All-East Division recognition...One of five Orediggers to play in all 29 games (started 26 times)...Ranked fifth in the RMAC in FT % (.844; 92-of-109) and minutes played per game (33.4)...Finished 25th in the RMAC in assists per game (2.3)...Ranked 28th in the conference in scoring (11.3)...Shot .409 (97-of-237) from the field, including .319 (43-of-135) from three-point range... Second on the team in assists (66)...Had 79 total rebounds (2.7 rpg)...Fourth on the squad in points scored (329)...Finished with 28 steals and one blocked shot. High School: Earned four letters in basketball...A First Team All-Conference and First Team All-State (Colorado Preps, CHSAA) pick as a senior...Named Mr. Colorado 3A Player of the Year (The Denver Post) and won the Colorado scoring title (all divisions; 26.4 ppg) as a senior...Averaged 6.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game his final year...Shot 48% from the field - including 41% from three-point range - and 86% at the free throw line his senior year...Selected as the 3A State Tournament MVP, the Tri Peaks League Player of the Year and the Colorado Springs Gazette 3A Player of the Year as a senior...Led Peyton a District title, a runner-up finish at the 3A State Tournament and was a McDonald’s All-American nominee in 2008-09... Selected to participate in “The Show” (All-State game)...Led the Tri Peaks League in scoring (20.2 points per game) as a junior...Finished second in the Tri Peaks League in scoring (16.3 points per game) as a sophomore...A two-time First Team All-Tri Peaks League selection (sophomore, junior)...A Second Team All-State selection by The Denver Post following his junior campaign...A Colorado Springs Gazette First Team All-Area selection and 1A-3A First Team All-Area pick in 2007-08...Earned Honorable Mention AllState recognition by the Rocky Mountain News as a sophomore...Qualified for the Honor Roll.

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TREVORRITCHIE #20, GUARD/FORWARD, 6-4, 190, R-FR. PORTLAND, ORE. / WILSON H.S.

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2010-11: Redshirted during his first season at CSM. High School: Earned three letters in basketball...A two-year team captain...Selected as the Portland Interscholastic League (PIL) 6A Player of the Year and garnered Second Team All-State accolades his senior year...Earned Second Team All-State recognition, was a McDonald’s All-American nominee and was named to the OSAA 6A North / South All-Star Team following his senior campaign...Named First Team All-League and Honorable Mention All-State following his junior season...Named to the Gillette (Wyo.) Energy Classic All-Tournament Team his junior year...Named to the Portland Observer Joyce Washington AllStar Team on two occasions during his prep career...Helped lead WHS to a pair of Sweet 16 appearances (SO & SR) and one Elite Eight finish (JR)...Earned one letter in football...Qualified for the Honor Roll (FR & SO).

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BRIANMULLER #22, GUARD, 6-0, 145, R-FR. BILLINGS, MONT. / BILLINGS WEST H.S.

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2010-11: Redshirted during his first season at CSM. High School: A two-year letterwinner in basketball...Garnered First Team All-Conference, First Team All-State and Super State recognition his senior season...Led the squad to runner-up finishes at the State tournament during each of his final two years...An Honorable Mention All-State selection as a junior...A three-time letterman on the golf squad...An All-State pick in 2009... Helped guide the Golden Bears to three State titles in golf.

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DALEMINSCHWANER #23, CENTER, 6-6, 220, SR. Albuquerque, N.M. / SANDIA PREP 2011-12: A Pre-Season All-RMAC selection.

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2010-11: Started all 30 games in which he played...Finished second in the RMAC in both rebounding (7.6 rpg) and offensive rebounding (2.8 orpg)...Fourth in the conference in defensive rebounding (4.8 drpg)... Fifth in the RMAC in blocked shots (1.1 bpg)...Ranked eighth in the RMAC in FG % (.537; 145-of-270) and 22nd in scoring (12.2 ppg)... Led CSM in offensive rebounds (84), defensive rebounds (143), total rebounds (227) and blocked shots (33)...Third on the team in points scored (366) and steals (40)...Averaged 25.5 minutes played per game... Made 5-of-8 (.625) three-point FG attempts...Shot .597 (71-of-119) from the FT line...Handed out 59 assists...A unanimous Pre-Season All-RMAC selection...Named RMAC / Baden Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 22nd)...A two-time RMAC / Baden Defensive Player of the Week selection (Nov. 29th, Jan. 17th)...A First Team All-RMAC selection...Named to the RMAC Shootout All-Tournament Team... Will begin his senior season ranked third in the CSM record book in career blocked shots average (tied - 1.3 bpg) and fourth in career rebounding average (7.2 rpg)...Earned the Silver Academic Achievement Award. 2009-10: Earned recognition on the RMAC Pre-Season All-East Division Team...Named RMAC / Baden East Division Player of the Week (Jan. 25th)...Earned First Team All-RMAC, RMAC East Division Player of the Year and First Team All-East Division recognition...Garnered Second Team All-Central Region accolades from the NABC...One of five Orediggers to play in all 29 games... Started 27 games...Led CSM in points scored (482), total rebounds (204), defensive rebounds (147), blocked shots (40) and steals (44)...Led the team and finished fourth in the RMAC in rebounding (7.0 rpg)...Fourth in the conference in defensive rebounding (5.1 drpg)...Fifth in the RMAC in blocked shots per game (1.4)...Led the Orediggers and finished ninth in the RMAC in scoring (16.6 ppg)...Ranked 11th in the RMAC in offensive rebounding (2.0 orpg)...Tied for 13th in the conference with 1.5 steals per game...Ranked 16th in the RMAC in FG % (.501; 182-of-363)...Went 4-of-21 (.190) from three-point range...Shot .637 (114of-179) from the FT line...Second on the team in offensive rebounds (57)...Third on the squad in assists (62). 2008-09: One of two Orediggers to start all 27 games...Led CSM in FG made (tied - 153), offensive rebounds (79), total rebounds (105), blocked shots (36) and double-doubles (five)...Led CSM and finished 10th in the RMAC in rebounding (6.8 rpg)...Second on the squad in defensive rebounds (105), assists (68) and points scored (388)...Second on the team and 16th in the RMAC in scoring (14.4 ppg)...Finished 11th in the RMAC in FG % (.529; 153-of-289)...Second in the RMAC in offensive rebounds per game (2.93)...Fifth in the RMAC in blocked shots per game (tied - 1.33)...17th in the RMAC in defensive rebounds per game (3.89)...29th in the RMAC in assists per game (2.52)...Shot .579 from the FT line (81-of-140)...Third on the team in steals (22)...A two-time RMAC / Baden East Division Player of the Week selection (Jan. 26th, Feb. 23rd)...Named RMAC Freshman of the Year and RMAC East Division Freshman of the Year...Named to the Division II Bulletin All-Freshman Team...Named Third Team AllRMAC East Division...Earned the Bronze Academic Achievement Award. High School: Earned three letters in basketball...Earned First Team All-District and First Team All-Metro recognition his final three years...A First Team All-State selection (JR, SR)...Earned one letter in soccer...An All-District pick his sophomore year...Sandia Prep finished fourth in the nation and won the 3A State title in 2005...Member of the National Honor Society.

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CHARLIEHAGAN #30, FORWARD, 6-6, 205, FR. LONGMONT, COLO. / SILVER CREEK H.S.

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High School: Earned three letters in basketball...Served as a team captain his final two seasons...Led the Raptors to a pair of playoff appearances (JR, SR)...Named Honorable Mention All-Conference as a sophomore... Earned Honorable Mention All-Conference and Second Team All-Area recognition following his junior campaign...Garnered First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Area and Honorable Mention All-State accolades during his final season at SCHS...A two-time Most Valuable Raptor selection (JR & SR)...Named Most Valuable Defensive Raptor his sophomore year... Competed on the tennis team his freshman year...A three-time Academic AllState performer in the classroom (SO, JR, SR)...Member of the National Honor Society (JR, SR)...A four-year Academic letterman...Silver Creek’s class of 2011 Valedictorian.

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NICOMUCCI #31, FORWARD, 6-6, 215, SO. MCKINNEY, TEXAS / MCKINNEY H.S.

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2010-11: One of six Orediggers to play in all 31 games (no starts)...Averaged 14.3 minutes played per game...Shot .453 (43-of-95) from the field...Made 10-of-28 (.357) three-point FG attempts...Shot .698 (30-of-43) from the FT line... Finished with 62 total rebounds (2.0 rpg)...Had 30 assists, one blocked shot and nine steals... Scored 126 points (4.1 ppg)...Earned recognition on the Academic All-RMAC Honor Roll...Qualified for the Dean’s List. 2009-10: Redshirted during his first season at CSM...Qualified for the Dean’s List. High School: Earned three letters in basketball...Averaged 11.8 ppg and 5.7 rpg while earning First Team All-District honors as a senior...Led MHS to a 23-11 record (second in District) during his senior season...Averaged 7.0 ppg and 4.3 rpg while guiding MHS to a 23-9 overall record and an undefeated District title (14-0) as a junior...A four-year letterman on the swimming & diving team...Earned First Team All-State and Second Team All-State recognition during his prep career...Registered a seventh-place finish at the State championships...A member of the National Honor Society...Earned the Academic Excellence Award on multiple occasions.

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TREVORWAGES #32, CENTER, 6-8, 235, SO. LITTLETON, COLO. / CHATFIELD H.S.

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2010-11: One of six Orediggers to play in all 31 games (one start)...Ranked third in the RMAC in offensive rebounding (2.6 orpg) and ninth in rebounding (6.1 rpg)...Second on the team in offensive rebounds (82)...Third on the squad in defensive rebounds (107), total rebounds (189) and blocked shots (21)...Shot .629 (88-of-140) from the field...Did not attempt a three-point FG...Shot .574 (54-of-94) from the FT line...Had 12 assists and 15 steals...Scored 230 points (7.4 ppg)...Named RMAC / Baden Defensive Player of the Week (Jan. 31st). High School: A three-time letterwinner in basketball...Garnered First Team All-Colorado, First Team All-State and McDonald’s Honorable Mention All-American recognition following his final year...Selected as the Most Outstanding Player at the Rocky Mountain Fall Showcase as a senior...Earned First Team All-Conference, Honorable Mention All-State and First Team Academic All-State recognition as a junior...An Academic letterman...Qualified for the Honor Roll (three years).

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JACOBCASE #33, GUARD/FORWARD, 6-4, 205, R-SR. Albuquerque, N.M. / Manzano H.S.

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2010-11: Redshirted due to injury...Qualified for the Dean’s List in the spring of 2011. 2009-10: Played in just seven games (five starts) before being sidelined by injury...Made 9-of-33 (.273) FG attempts...Shot .294 (5-of-17) from the FT line...Made 5-of-6 (.833) FT attempts... Had 14 total rebounds (2.0 rpg)...Had 10 assists and five steals...Scored 28 points (4.0 ppg). 2008-09: Started 22 of the 23 games in which he played...Shot .339 (40-of-118) from the field, including .349 (22-of-63) from three-point range...Made 23-of-29 FT attempts (.793)...Collected 65 total rebounds (2.8 rpg)...Accounted for 15 assists, 13 steals and two blocked shots...Scored 125 points (5.4 ppg). 2007-08: One of two Orediggers to play in all 29 games...Shot .399 (59-of-148) from the floor, including .325 (27-of-83) from three-point range...Shot .667 (18-of-27) from the free throw line...Hauled in 74 rebounds (2.6 rpg)...Finished with 38 assists, six blocked shots and 12 steals...Scored 163 points (5.6 ppg). High School: Lettered all three seasons during which he competed on the track & field team...A four-time letterwinner on the basketball team...Led the MHS hoops team to a State title his junior year...Basketball team finished as the State runner-up his final season...Earned four Academic letters.

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CLAYBOATWRIGHT #40, FORWARD, 6-10, 190, SO. PARKER, COLO. / PONDEROSA H.S.

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2010-11: Appeared in nine games (all as a reserve)...Went 4-of-10 from the field, including 1-of-2 from three-point range...Made 2-of-5 free throw attempts...Finished with six total rebounds and three blocked shots. 2009-10: Redshirted during his first season at CSM...Earned the Bronze Academic Achievement Award during the fall of 2009. High School: A three-time letterwinner in basketball (team captain as a senior)...Averaged 13.8 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.8 blocked shots per game and earned Second Team All-League recognition his final season...Averaged 10 points, eight rebounds, three blocked shots, two steals and two assists per game as a junior...A three-year letterwinner on the boy’s volleyball squad...An All-State selection his senior season...Led PHS to a State title (2008) and a pair of runner-up finishes at the State tournament (2007, 2009)...Listed on the Honor Roll all four years...Member of the Athletic Council and the National Honor Society.

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ALEXRENNEMANN #42, FORWARD, 6-8, 215, JR. VANCOUVER, WASH. / SKYVIEW H.S.

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2010-11: Played in 15 games (no starts)... Went 2-of-6 from the floor, including 1-of-4 from three-point range...Went 0-of-2 from the FT line...Had 20 total rebounds (1.3 rpg)...Finished with five assists and two blocked shots...Earned recognition on the Dean’s List. 2009-10: Injured (redshirted)...Qualified for the Honor Roll. 2008-09: Played in all 27 games, all as a reserve...Third on the team in blocked shots (nine)...Shot .532 (33-of-62) from the floor...Made 7-of-14 three-point FG attempts...Shot .815 (22-of-27) from the FT line...Had 76 total rebounds (2.8 rpg)...Finished with 14 assists and five steals. High School: A four-year letterwinner in basketball...Earned Academic AllLeague recognition...Competed for Seattle-based West Side Hoops AAU program...Competed on the baseball team.

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LUKEMEISCH #44, FORWARD, 6-6, 220, SO. WICHITA, KAN. / ANDOVER H.S.

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2010-11: Played in 22 games (no starts)... Went 12-of-29 (.414) from the field...Made 3-of-11 (.273) three-point FG attempts...Shot .833 (20-of-24) from the FT line...Finished with 26 total rebounds (1.2 rpg)...Had three assists, four blocked shots and two steals... Scored 47 points (2.1 ppg)...Earned the Bronze Academic Achievement Award both semesters. 2009-10: Redshirted in his first season at CSM...Earned the Bronze Academic Achievement Award both semesters. High School: Earned three letters in basketball...Averaged 19.9 ppg and 13.4 rpg as a senior...Earned Second Team All-State (all classes, First Team All-State (class 4A), First Team All-League and First Team All Metro honors following his final two seasons...Earned League MVP recognition his senior year...Led team to the State tournament his sophomore year...Guided squad to fourth place at the State tournament his junior year...Lettered all four years on the golf team... Named First Team All State his senior year...Garnered Second Team All-State laurels as a junior...Led AHS to a pair of State titles (2007, 2009) and one State runner-up finish (2008)...Listed on the Honor Roll throughout his prep career.

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GORDONGALLOWAY #52, FORWARD, 6-6, 215, SR. Camarillo, Calif. / Adolfo Camarillo H.S.

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2010-11: Started all 30 games in which he played...Sixth in the RMAC in defensive rebounding (4.7 dprg)...Ranked seventh in the conference in both rebounding (6.5 rpg) and FT % (.811; 102-of-128)...Ranked 25th in the RMAC in scoring (11.4 ppg)...Averaged 28.4 minutes played per game...Shot .494 (122-of-247) from the field...Made 20-of51 (.392) three-point FG attempts...Second on the team in defensive rebounds (141), total rebounds (195) and blocked shots (22)...Third on the squad in offensive rebounds (54)... Handed out 44 assists and made 16 steals...Scored 341 points...Named RMAC / Baden Defensive Player of the Week (Feb. 28th)...Named to the RMAC Shootout All-Tournament Team. 2009-10: One of five Orediggers to play in all 29 games...Started 27 contests...Ranked seventh in the RMAC in blocked shots per game (1.1)...Ninth in the conference in defensive rebounding (4.6 drpg)...Second on the team and 11th in the RMAC in rebounding (6.1 rpg)...Ranked 21st in the RMAC in FG % (.473; 88-of186)...Finished 22nd in the conference in offensive rebounding (1.6 orpg)...Ranked 23rd in the RMAC in FT % (.747; 71-of-95)...Made 12-of-35 (.343) three-point FG attempts...Second on the team in total rebounds (177), defensive rebounds (132) and blocked shots (33)...Had 20 steals and 26 assists...Scored 259 points (8.9 ppg). 2008-09: Played in all 27 games (22 starts)...Shot .500 from the field (69-of-138)...Led CSM in defensive rebounds (107)...Second on the squad in total rebounds (152) and blocked shots (15)...Third on the team in offensive rebounds (45)...Second on the team and 15th in the RMAC in rebounding (5.6 rpg)...Finished 23rd in the RMAC in blocked shots per game (0.56) and offensive rebounds per game (tied - 1.67)...16th in the RMAC in defensive rebounds per game (3.96)...Made 3-of-7 three-point FG attempts...Had two double-doubles...Shot .578 (26-of-45) from the FT line...Had 22 assists and 18 steals...Scored 167 points (6.2 ppg)...A Second Team Academic All-RMAC selection. 2007-08: Redshirted in his first season at Mines...Qualified for the Dean’s List both semesters. High School: Played two seasons of baseball...Competed in basketball all four years, earning three letters... Earned Honorable Mention All-League recognition as a junior...Garnered First Team All-League and Second Team All-County laurels following his senior season...Guided the hoops team to the first round of the playoffs his sophomore year...Led the basketball squad to the Final Four his senior season...An Academic All-CIF performer in 2004-05...Earned Scholar-Athlete recognition all four years.

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1. Bellarmine, Ky. (8 first place votes) 2. Alabama-Huntsville 3. BYU-Hawaii 4. Missouri Southern 5. Lincoln Memorial, Tenn. 6. West Liberty, W.Va. 7. Findlay, Ohio 8. Tarleton State, Texas 9. Bowie State, Md. 10. Metropolitan State, Colo. 11. Central Oklahoma 12. Southern Indiana 13. Benedict, S.C. 14. Humboldt State, Calif. 15. Kentucky Wesleyan 16. Augustana, S.D. 17. Alaska-Anchorage 18. Colorado School of Mines 19. Indiana, Pa. 20. Saint Rose, N.Y. 21. Georgia Southwestern 22. Seattle Pacific, Wash. 23. Massachusetts-Lowell 24. Arkansas Tech 25. Queens, N.C.

Others receiving votes: Winona State (Minn.) 18, LIU-C.W. Post (N.Y.) 17, Limestone (S.C.) 15, Hillsdale (Mich.) 11, Central Missouri 10, Montevallo (Ala.) 10, Rollins (Fla.) 10, Christian Brothers (Tenn.) 8, Bentley (Mass.) 7, Cal Poly Pomona 7, Grand Val ley State (Mich.) 7, West Texas A&M 7, Clayton State (Ga.), Florida Southern 5, Northern Kentucky 5, Drury (Mo.) 4, Harding (Ark.) 4, Fort Hays State (Kan.) 3, Bloomfield (N.J.) 2.

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      

## Player

CSMOREDIGGERS.COM

03 05 10 11 23 31 32 40 42 44 52 55

Chris Goutama Sean Armstrong Bryant Elrick Brett Green Dale Minschwaner Nico Mucci Drew Hoffman Clay Boatwright Alex Rennemann Luke Meisch Gordon Galloway Trevor Wages Team Total.......... Opponents......

   

   

   

Total 3-Point F-Throw gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft%

31-0 31-31 11-0 31-31 30-30 31-1 31-31 9-0 15-0 22-0 30-30 31-1

561 18.1 34-90 990 31.9157-310 33 3.0 1-4 101 32.8130-284 766 25.5145-270 443 14.3 43-95 830 26.8 96-237 30 3.3 4-10 59 3.9 2-6 109 5.0 12-29 851 28.4122-247 537 17.3 88-140

31 6225 31 6225

.37 11-34 .50 22-53 .25 0-1 .45 45-132 .53 5-8 .45 10-28 .40 45-117 .40 1-2 .33 1-4 .41 3-11 .49 20-51 .62 0-0

Score by Periods 1st 2nd OT Totals Colorado School of11051294 9 2408 Opponents 9441102 6 2052

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Date 11/13/10 11/19/10 11/20/10 11/27/10 12/04/10 12/10/10 12/11/10 12/17/10 12/18/10 01/02/11 01/03/11 01/07/11 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 02/12/11 02/18/11 02/19/11 02/25/11 02/26/11 03/01/11 03/04/11 03/05/11 03/12/11 03/13/11

.7 6 .7 7 .0 0 .8 2 .5 9 .6 9 .8 8 .4 0 .0 0 .8 3 .8 1 .5 7

Rebounds off def tot avg

6 10 0 8 84 22 28 2 6 12 54 82 30 834-172 .48163-441 .37577-784 .73 344 714-166 .42164-503 .32460-653 .70 305

TEAM STATISTICS CSM OPP SCORING 2408 2052 Points per game 77.7 66.2 Scoring margin +11.5 FIELD GOALS-ATT 834-1722 714-1665 Field goal pct .4 8 4 .4 2 9 3 POINT FG-ATT 163-441 164-503 3-point FG pct .3 7 0 .3 2 6 3-pt FG made per gam 5.3 5.3 FREE THROWS-ATT 577-784 460-653 Free throw pct .7 3 6 .7 0 4 F-Throws made per ga 18.6 14.8 REBOUNDS 1089 959 Rebounds per game 35.1 30.9 Rebounding margin +4.2 ASSISTS 444 343 Assists per game 14.3 11.1 TURNOVERS 372 443 Turnovers per game 12.0 14.3 Turnover margin +2.3 Assist/turnover ratio 1.2 0.8 STEALS 216 183 Steals per game 7.0 5.9 BLOCKS 98 68 Blocks per game 3.2 2.2 ATTENDANCE 7769 14485 Home games-Avg/Gam 16-486 11-830 Neutral site-Avg/Game 4-1339

.32 29-38 .41141-183 .00 0-0 .34106-128 .62 71-119 .35 30-43 .38 47-53 .50 2-5 .25 0-2 .27 20-24 .39 77-95 .00 54-94

   

26 62 1 78 143 40 60 4 14 14 141 107 55 745 654

pf dq

a

to blk stl pts

32 1.0 44 0 69 46 2 41 72 2.3 75 0 119 67 3 25 1 0.1 5 0 4 4 0 0 86 2.8 69 1 70 49 3 46 227 7.6 87 3 59 55 33 40 62 2.0 43 2 30 27 1 9 88 2.8 64 1 29 24 4 22 6 0.7 4 0 0 1 3 0 20 1.3 12 0 5 5 2 0 26 1.2 9 0 3 5 4 2 195 6.5 77 2 44 42 22 16 189 6.1 83 2 12 44 21 15 85 3 3 108 35.1 575 11 444 372 98 216 959 30.9 670 - 343 443 68 183

Opponent TABOR COLLEGE CONCORDIA (ORE.) UNIV. vs Evergreen State (WA) SAINT MARTIN'S UNIV. COLORADO CHRISTIAN at UC-Colorado Springs at CSU-Pueblo NEBRASKA - KEARNEY CHADRON STATE N.M. HIGHLANDS WESTERN N.M. at Metro State at Regis University ADAMS STATE FORT LEWIS at Mesa State at Western State at Chadron State at Nebraska - Kearney REGIS UNIVERSITY METRO STATE at Colorado Christian at Fort Lewis at Adams State CSU - PUEBLO UC-COLORADO SPRINGS NEBRASKA - KEARNEY vs Adams State vs Fort Lewis ADAMS STATE vs Fort Lewis

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

Score 87-69 94-61 96-76 80-62 78-65 62-58 64-61 96-68 82-76 95-76 93-97 62-66 62-53 77-69 83-86 55-52 66-55 75-69 72-67 96-45 65-48 85-55 78-71 71-78 92-69 97-64 82-66 69-62 67-72 62-59 65-77

108 477 2 411 366 126 284 11 5 47 341 230

avg

3.5 15.4 0.2 13.3 12.2 4.1 9.2 1.2 0.3 2.1 11.4 7.4

240 77.7 205 66.2 Att. 208 237 97 174 636 477 865 258 267 187 126 476 308 757 789 707 242 557 1163 454 1323 896 1274 2165 778 789 602 1830 1881 184 1547

* RMAC game # RMAC Shootout $ NCAA Division II Central Region Tournament

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Colorado School of Mines


2010-11 Statistics

      

     

     

                

                



   

   

     

     

      

                

                





  

  

 

  

    

    

         

 

  

    

 

                       

 

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                

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Date

Score

TABOR COLLEGE CONCORDIA (ORE.) U vs Evergreen State (W SAINT MARTIN'S UNIV COLORADO CHRISTI at UC-Colorado Spring at CSU-Pueblo NEBRASKA - KEARNE CHADRON STATE N.M. HIGHLANDS WESTERN N.M. at Metro State at Regis University ADAMS STATE FORT LEWIS at Mesa State at Western State at Chadron State at Nebraska - Kearney REGIS UNIVERSITY METRO STATE at Colorado Christian at Fort Lewis at Adams State CSU - PUEBLO UC-COLORADO SPRI NEBRASKA - KEARNE vs Adams State vs Fort Lewis ADAMS STATE vs Fort Lewis

11/13/10 11/19/10 11/20/10 11/27/10 12/04/10 12/10/10 12/11/10 12/17/10 12/18/10 01/02/11 01/03/11 01/07/11 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 02/12/11 02/18/11 02/19/11 02/25/11 02/26/11 03/01/11 03/04/11 03/05/11 03/12/11 03/13/11

87-69 94-61 96-76 80-62 78-65 62-58 64-61 96-68 82-76 95-76 93-97 62-66 62-53 77-69 83-86 55-52 66-55 75-69 72-67 96-45 65-48 85-55 78-71 71-78 92-69 97-64 82-66 69-62 67-72 62-59 65-77

Opponent

Date

Score

TABOR COLLEGE CONCORDIA (ORE.) U vs Evergreen State (W SAINT MARTIN'S UNIV COLORADO CHRISTI at UC-Colorado Spring at CSU-Pueblo NEBRASKA - KEARNE CHADRON STATE N.M. HIGHLANDS WESTERN N.M. at Metro State at Regis University ADAMS STATE FORT LEWIS at Mesa State at Western State at Chadron State at Nebraska - Kearney REGIS UNIVERSITY METRO STATE at Colorado Christian at Fort Lewis at Adams State CSU - PUEBLO UC-COLORADO SPRI NEBRASKA - KEARNE vs Adams State vs Fort Lewis ADAMS STATE vs Fort Lewis

11/13/10 11/19/10 11/20/10 11/27/10 12/04/10 12/10/10 12/11/10 12/17/10 12/18/10 01/02/11 01/03/11 01/07/11 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 02/12/11 02/18/11 02/19/11 02/25/11 02/26/11 03/01/11 03/04/11 03/05/11 03/12/11 03/13/11

87-69 94-61 96-76 80-62 78-65 62-58 64-61 96-68 82-76 95-76 93-97 62-66 62-53 77-69 83-86 55-52 66-55 75-69 72-67 96-45 65-48 85-55 78-71 71-78 92-69 97-64 82-66 69-62 67-72 62-59 65-77

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03 05 10 11 23 31 32 GOUTAMA, ARMSTRON ELRICK,BR GREEN,BRE MINSCHWA MUCCI,NIC HOFFMAN,D W W W W W W W W W W L L W W L W W W W W W W W L W W W W L W L

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

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

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

25-0-2 1 0 -1 -5 17-2-1 2 2 -3 -1 9-1-2 6-3-2 9-3-5 1 1 -1 -1 1 5 -6 -0 2 6 -3 -2 14-3-1 1 9 -7 -0 7-2-1 1 7 -3 -1 1 3 -3 -5 8-4-2 1 6 -3 -0 1 3 -2 -3 1 8 -5 -1 4-2-2 6-1-2 2 4 -6 -5 2 0 -4 -4 1 2 -2 -2 17-1-4 1 1 -2 -5 13-3-5 9-3-2 3-2-1 1 2 -5 -1 5-0-2

9 -3 -2 17-10-4 29-16-0 13-13-5 21-13-1 6-9-2 13-9-1 1 6 -8 -2 13-7-0 23-13-3 2 -4 -2 9-3-2 16-5-2 7-8-4 13-10-0 1 0 -6 -3 6-11-5 4-4-0 DNP 8-8-2 8-4-2 1 1 -9 -0 10-5-0 1 7 -3 -4 11-4-3 16-11-4 8 -7 -3 1 3 -4 -1 19-11-0 6-3-2 12-6-0

5-3-1 6-2-1 4-2-2 4-3-1 3-1-0 7-1-1 1 - 1 -1 7-3-5 7-3-2 0-1-1 0-1-1 2-2-1 2 - 4 -0 2-1-1 2-2-1 0-0-2 0-0-0 7-1-0 2-1-0 15-3-1 0-1-1 2-2-0 8-5-1 4-3-1 6-1-1 6-1-3 8-1-0 4-5-0 8 - 2 -1 2-2-0 2 - 4 -0

8-0-0 11-3-2 7-5-4 16-6-1 3 -3 -0 8-2-0 2-1-1 0-3-1 10-3-1 13-4-1 4-1-1 4-1-1 2-0-0 13-0-2 15-4-0 11-3-2 14-8-0 17-4-1 2-5-2 8-1-0 9-4-1 12-4-2 0 -4 -3 3-2-1 15-0-1 12-5-1 2 3 -3 -0 10-2-0 9-1-0 7-1-0 16-5-0

40 42 44 52 55 BOATWRIG RENNEMAN MEISCH,LU GALLOWAY, WAGES,TRE W W W W W W W W W W L L W W L W W W W W W W W L W W W W L W L

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

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

4-2-0 0-2-0 3-0-0 2-3-0 DNP DNP DNP 4-4-1 4-3-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 DNP DNP 2-1-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-1-1 1 1 -2 -0 DNP 6-0-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 3-1-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP 0-1-0

16-8-4 1 3 -9 -3 14-9-3 7-1-1 13-6-0 1 1 -6 -1 11-3-0 2 3 -6 -0 DNP 13-10-6 15-5-0 1 1 -6 -1 3-8-0 6-5-2 13-9-1 1 4 -8 -1 7-2-0 5-5-0 9-3-2 1 8 -7 -0 0-5-2 7-9-3 13-5-2 6-4-1 23-14-2 1 3 -1 -0 9-12-1 16-10-3 15-8-2 1 3 -6 -3 4-5-0

6 -1 0 -0 5-3-0 5 -3 - 0 2-2-0 4-3-0 8-4-0 4-6-0 1 4 -7 -0 17-12-0 4-5-0 21-12-2 3-5-1 7-4-1 9-6-1 5-4-1 6-2-0 3-5-0 6-7-0 17-16-1 1 4 -7 -0 8-8-1 7-4-0 12-5-0 4-7-0 6 -5 -0 1 6 -3 -1 6-15-1 3-6-0 2-3-1 2-5-0 4-5-1

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2010-11 Statistics

Opponent TABOR COLLEGE CONCORDIA (ORE.) UNI Evergreen State (WA) SAINT MARTIN'S UNIV. COLORADO CHRISTIAN UC-Colorado Springs CSU-Pueblo NEBRASKA - KEARNEY CHADRON STATE N.M. HIGHLANDS WESTERN N.M. Metro State Regis University ADAMS STATE FORT LEWIS Mesa State Western State Chadron State Nebraska - Kearney REGIS UNIVERSITY METRO STATE Colorado Christian Fort Lewis Adams State CSU - PUEBLO UC-COLORADO SPRING NEBRASKA - KEARNEY Adams State Fort Lewis ADAMS STATE Fort Lewis

1st 50/38 47/31 45/38 34/37 38/32 28/24 27/31 37/22 43/29 37/32 36/41 17/26 26/21 34/34 36/39 30/19 31/21 33/37 34/36 50/20 33/26 38/28 32/41 33/39 43/32 42/31 45/31 36/34 33/27 26/18 31/29

2nd 37/31 47/30 51/38 46/25 40/33 34/34 28/24 59/46 39/47 58/44 57/56 45/40 36/32 43/35 47/47 25/33 35/34 42/32 38/31 46/25 32/22 47/27 46/30 38/39 49/37 55/33 37/35 33/28 34/45 36/41 34/48

Score 87-69 94-61 96-76 80-62 78-65 62-58 64-61 96-68 82-76 95-76 93-97 62-66 62-53 77-69 83-86 55-52 66-55 75-69 72-67 96-45 65-48 85-55 78-71 71-78 92-69 97-64 82-66 69-62 67-72 62-59 65-77

Mar +18 +33 +20 +18 +13 +4 +3 +28 +6 +19 (4) (4) +9 +8 (3) +3 +11 +6 +5 +51 +17 +30 +7 (7) +23 +33 +16 +7 (5) +3 (12)

Total FG 31-60/28-62 40-62/19-58 37-68/27-58 25-57/19-55 28-58/26-61 23-48/18-53 23-57/23-45 31-61/26-60 25-54/27-62 34-67/28-70 30-61/28-51 21-51/24-56 21-45/21-52 26-44/25-53 26-57/27-53 21-52/14-40 19-43/22-59 26-60/23-48 26-56/23-58 32-55/18-49 22-47/15-45 25-51/20-51 26-54/26-57 24-51/28-54 35-56/26-59 33-54/23-43 31-71/24-64 25-56/17-47 26-61/23-41 19-55/20-47 23-50/26-54

FG Pct .517/.452 .645/.328 .544/.466 .439/.345 .483/.426 .479/.340 .404/.511 .508/.433 .463/.435 .507/.400 .492/.549 .412/.429 .467/.404 .591/.472 .456/.509 .404/.350 .442/.373 .433/.479 .464/.397 .582/.367 .468/.333 .490/.392 .481/.456 .471/.519 .625/.441 .611/.535 .437/.375 .446/.362 .426/.561 .345/.426 .460/.481

3-Pointers 8-18/6-20 9-17/1-13 7-17/10-24 6-14/4-17 3-17/9-26 2-14/1-17 2-11/7-16 5-11/3-13 2-11/7-20 8-15/8-23 4-14/6-16 4-13/1-5 0-7/3-11 2-6/3-10 11-22/10-17 5-14/4-14 3-13/6-23 5-13/8-13 3-8/7-20 8-16/0-9 6-16/2-10 12-24/11-32 7-15/6-16 5-13/10-15 8-12/6-15 5-15/5-11 7-20/6-19 3-11/2-13 4-14/6-15 5-16/2-13 4-14/4-17

3FG Pct .444/.300 .529/.077 .412/.417 .429/.235 .176/.346 .143/.059 .182/.438 .455/.231 .182/.350 .533/.348 .286/.375 .308/.200 .000/.273 .333/.300 .500/.588 .357/.286 .231/.261 .385/.615 .375/.350 .500/.000 .375/.200 .500/.344 .467/.375 .385/.667 .667/.400 .333/.455 .350/.316 .273/.154 .286/.400 .313/.154 .286/.235

Free Throw 17-18/7-10 5-10/22-28 15-22/12-17 24-34/20-29 19-26/4-10 14-24/21-23 16-21/8-13 29-39/13-22 30-37/15-22 19-29/12-23 29-36/35-46 16-27/17-27 20-27/8-11 23-32/16-27 20-26/22-29 8-11/20-27 25-38/5-7 18-22/15-20 17-22/14-16 24-31/9-16 15-20/16-19 23-31/4-5 19-25/13-23 18-25/12-23 14-16/11-17 26-32/13-16 13-18/12-16 16-23/26-37 11-15/20-27 19-26/17-21 15-21/21-26

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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FT Pct .944/.700 .500/.786 .682/.706 .706/.690 .731/.400 .583/.913 .762/.615 .744/.591 .811/.682 .655/.522 .806/.761 .593/.630 .741/.727 .719/.593 .769/.759 .727/.741 .658/.714 .818/.750 .773/.875 .774/.563 .750/.842 .742/.800 .760/.565 .720/.522 .875/.647 .813/.813 .722/.750 .696/.703 .733/.741 .731/.810 .714/.808

Rebounds 33/33 34/32 +2 40/27 +13 44/31 +13 38/36 +2 32/34 (2) 31/30 +1 42/33 +9 41/30 +11 45/41 +4 33/29 +4 32/40 (8) 31/30 +1 29/26 +3 36/29 +7 31/31 37/33 +4 31/33 (2) 38/32 +6 40/23 +17 30/29 +1 39/23 +16 37/29 +8 27/34 (7) 34/25 +9 28/20 +8 50/34 +16 33/38 (5) 31/27 +4 33/32 +1 29/35 (6)

Assist 18/13 31/4 16/9 14/11 12/9 12/6 9/11 18/14 9/16 20/13 11/14 14/7 7/8 15/11 17/17 13/12 7/9 10/15 10/15 18/10 12/6 14/13 16/15 14/17 22/4 21/13 22/12 9/7 12/14 11/4 10/14

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Most Total Points Career • 2,551, Raul Varela, 1992-96 Season • 708, Mike Ziegler, 1987-88 Game • 59, Russ Pulling vs. Colo. College (1985-86)

Most Total Rebounds Career • 1,129, Jeff Rhodes, 1979-82 Season • 350, Pete Dawson, 1987-88 Game • 26, Dave Roller vs. Metro State (1969-70)

Points Per Game Average Career • 22.8, Raul Varela, 1992-96 Season • 25.0, Raul Varela, 1993-94

Rebounds Per Game Average Career • # 11.7, Joe Butkovich, 1968-72 Season • 12.3, Joe Butkovich, 1970-71 12.3, Jeff Rhodes, 1979-80

Single Game Points 59, Russ Pulling vs. Colo. College, 1985-86 50, Stephen Bahl vs. South Dakota, 2004-05 45, George Wayne vs. Adams State, 1982-83 43, Stephen Bahl vs. Augustana (SD), 2002-03 43, Raul Varela at Chadron State, 1994-95

Single Game Rebounds 26, Dave Roller, vs. Metro State, 1969-70 22, Pete Dawson, vs. Texas College, 1986-87 21, Pete Dawson, vs. Adams State, 1986-87 20, Joe Butkovich vs. Univ. of Mo. - KC, 1971-72 18, Joe Butkovich at Northern Colo. (was CSC), 1969-70

Total Points in a Season 708, Mike Ziegler, 1987-88 703, Jim Swain, 1977-78 700, Raul Varela, 1993-94 669, Raul Varela, 1995-96 648, Joe Butkovich, 1971-72

Total Rebounds in a Season 350, Pete Dawson, 1987-88 319, Jeff Rhodes, 1979-80 317, Pete Dawson, 1986-87 307, Joe Butkovich, 1970-71 306, Joe Butkovich, 1971-72

Season Scoring Average 26.0, Jim Swain, 1977-78 25.0, Raul Varela, 1993-94 24.9, Joe Butkovich, 1971-72 24.8, Hank Prey, 1990-91 24.8, Raul Varela, 1995-96

Season Rebound Average 12.3, Joe Butkovich, 1970-71 12.3, Jeff Rhodes, 1979-80 11.8, Joe Butkovich, 1971-72 11.3, Pete Dawson, 1987-88 11.3, Pete Dawson, 1986-87

Career Points (1,500 +) 2,551, Raul Varela, 1992-96 2,414, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 2,067, Stephen Bahl, 2001-05 1,969, Russ Pulling, 1985-89 1,884, Jim Swain, 1974-78 1,820, Kyle Pape, 2005-09 1,734, Jay Godley, 1966-70 1,724, Bert Fleck, 1977-82 1,716, Dave Simmons, 1965-68 1,641, Joe Butkovich, 1968-72 1,628, Tim Hermann, 1978-82

Career Rebounds 1,129, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-82 # 891, Joe Butkovich, 1968-72 795, Russ Pulling, 1985-89 667, Pete Dawson, 1986-88 659, Mike Mishak, 1986-90 Career Rebound Average # 11.7, Joe Butkovich, 1968-72 11.3, Pete Dawson, 1986-88 10.8, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-82 8.6, George Wayne, 1982-85 7.2, Dale Minschwaner, 2008-present

Career Scoring Average 22.8, Raul Varela, 1992-96 20.5, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 19.1, Stephen Bahl, 2001-05 17.9, Jim Swain, 1974-78 17.3, George Wayne, 1982-85 SEASON LEADERS Player, Year Sean Armstrong, 2010-11 Dale Minschwaner, 2009-10 Kyle Pape, 2008-09 Kyle Pape, 2007-08 Ian Elseth, 2006-07 Kyle Pape, 2005-06 Stephen Bahl, 2004-05 Stephen Bahl, 2003-04 Stephen Bahl, 2002-03 Stephen Bahl, 2001-02 Sam Handsborough, 2000-01

FG 157 182 153 196 114 125 187 182 207 102 71

3FG 22 4 50 54 0 35 76 60 91 41 22

FT 141 114 108 155 86 99 131 142 117 53 104

PPG 15.4 16.6 17.2 20.7 15.0 14.2 21.5 21.0 22.2 11.5 12.8

SEASON LEADERS Player, Year Dale Minschwaner, 2010-11 Dale Minschwaner, 2009-10 Dale Minschwaner, 2008-09 Ben Mohr, 2007-08 Clayton Moores, 2006-07 Ian Elseth, 2005-06 Farris Broussard, 2004-05 Davey Iverson, 2003-04 Mike McNish, 2002-03 Farris Broussard, 2001-02 Mike McNish, 2000-01

OFF 84 57 79 70 58 62 82 75 78 58 66

DEF 143 147 105 146 113 93 113 87 103 106 99

TOTAL 227 204 184 216 171 155 195 162 181 164 165

AVG 7.6 7.0 6.8 9.0 6.3 5.7 7.0 6.0 6.5 6.8 6.6

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ALL-TIME STEAL LEADERS

Most Total Assists * Career • 607, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-82 Season • 255, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-79 Game • 10, Scott Bray at Montana State, (12/17/93) 10, Raul Varela vs. Fort Lewis, (01/06/93)

Most Total Steals Career • 234, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 Season • 72, Mike Ziegler, 1987-88 Game • 7, Raul Varela, 1993-94

Assists Per Game Average * Career • 7.8, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-82 Season • 9.8, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-79

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Single Game Assists 10, Scott Bray at Montana State, (12/17/93) 10, Raul Varela vs. Fort Lewis, (01/06/93) 9, Mario Boone vs. Central Oklahoma, (12/19/96) 8, nine tied (Sean Armstrong, Mario Boone, Gerald Fletcher, Tim Fry, Chris Goutama, Sam Handsborough, Casey O’Hayre, Matt Scheppers and Kevin Wagstaff) Total Assists in a Season 255, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-79 203, Jeff Rhodes, 1980-81 149, Jeff Rhodes, 1981-82 124, Russ Pulling, 1987-88 124, Mike Ziegler, 1989-90

Season Steals Average 2.3, Raul Varela, 1993-94 2.3, Mike Zielger, 1987-88 1.9, Raul Varela, 1994-95 1.9, Raul Varela, 1995-96 1.9, George Wayne, 1984-85 1.9, Mike Ziegler, 1986-87 1.9, Mike Ziegler, 1989-90

Career Assists * 607, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-82 416, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 338, Raul Varela, 1992-96 300, Sean Armstrong, 2007-11 263, Mike Mishak, 1986-90 261, Stephen Bahl, 2001-05 ! 248, Russ Pulling, 1985-89

Career Steals 234, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 206, Raul Varela, 1992-96 130, Farris Broussard, 2000-05 124, Sam Handsborough, 1997-01 118, Stephen Bahl, 2001-05

Career Assists Average * 7.8, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-82 3.5, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 3.0, Raul Varela, 1992-96 ^ 2.8, Russ Pulling, 1985-89 2.7, Sean Armstrong, 2007-11 2.4, Stephen Bahl, 2001-05 2.3, Mike Mishak, 1986-90 AST 119 103 85 100 82 117 68 80 102 63

Single Game Steals 7, Raul Varela, (1993-94) 6, Gerald Fletcher vs. Denver (02/21/97) 6, Raul Varela at Regis (11/30/93) 5, 17 tied (Stephen Bahl, Mario Boone, Farris Broussard, Duriel Coleman, Ben Esplin, Danny Fisher, Gerald Fletcher, Chris Goutama, Sam Handsborough, Kez Kennedy, Dan McKeon, Dale Minschwaner, Kyle Pape, Craig Remer, Mark Ulmer, Raul Varela, Kevin Wagstaff) Total Steals in a Season 72, Mike Ziegler, 1987-88 63, Raul Varela, 1993-94 57, Raul Varela, 1994-95 57, Mike Ziegler, 1989-90 52, Raul Varela, 1995-96 52, Mike Ziegler, 1988-89

Season Assists Average 9.8, Jeff Rhodes, 1978-79 7.5, Jeff Rhodes, 1980-81 4.2, Ben Mohr, 2007-08 4.1, Mike Ziegler, 1989-90 4.0, Mario Boone, 1996-97 4.0, Russ Pulling, 1987-88 4.0, Travis Test, 2005-06

SEASON LEADERS Player, Year Sean Armstrong, 2010-11 Sean Armstrong, 2009-10 Casey O’Hayre, 2008-09 Ben Mohr, 2007-08 Kyle Pape, 2006-07 Travis Test, 2005-06 Stephen Bahl, 2004-05 Stephen Bahl, 2003-04 Kevin Wagstaff, 2002-03 Tim Fry, 2001-02

Steals Per Game Average Career • 2.0, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 Season • 2.3, Mike Ziegler, 1987-88

Career Steals Average 2.0, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 1.8, Raul Varela, 1992-96 1.4, Sam Handsborough, 1997-01 1.4, George Wayne, 1982-85 1.3, Brett Green, 2009-present 1.3, Kevin Wagstaff, 2002-05

APG 3.8 3.8 3.1 4.2 3.0 4.0 2.5 3.0 3.6 3.2

SEASON LEADERS Player, Year Brett Green, 2010-11 Dale Minschwaner, 2009-10 Casey O’Hayre, 2008-09 Kyle Pape, 2007-08 Kyle Pape, 2006-07 Travis Test, 2005-06 Kevin Wagstaff, 2004-05 Stephen Bahl, 2003-04 Kevin Wagstaff, 2002-03 Farris Broussard, 2001-02 Kez Kennedy, 2000-01

STL 46 44 29 24 26 42 37 36 43 38 28

SPG 1.5 1.5 1.1 0.8 1.0 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.5 1.6 1.1

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Men’s BASKETBALL RECORDS Most Total Blocked Shots Career • 160, Farris Broussard, 2000-05 Season • 57, Pete Dawson, 1986-87 & 1987-88 Game • 7, Jeff Shindelus at UC-Davis, (12/02/00) 7, Clayton Moores vs. Nebraska-Kearney, (02/18/06) Blocks Per Game Average Career • 1.9, Pete Dawson, 1986-88 Season • 2.0, Pete Dawson, 1986-87

Most Field Goals Made Career • 836, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 Season • 253, Pete Dawson (1987-88) / Russ Pulling (1988-89) Game • 21, Russ Pulling vs. Colo. College (1985-86) Most Field Goals Made in a Season 311, Pete Dawson, 1986-87 253, Pete Dawson, 1987-88 253, Russ Pulling, 1988-89 231, Mike Ziegler, 1987-88 222, Mike Ziegler, 1987-88

Single Game Blocked Shots 7, Jeff Shindelus at UC-Davis, (12/02/00) 7, Clayton Moores vs. Nebraska-Kearney, (02/18/06) 6, Andy Anderson vs. (1995-96) 6, Rick Barrett vs. Fort Lewis, (11/23/91) 6, Farris Broussard vs. Chadron State, (01/20/01) 6, Mike McNish vs. Fort Lewis, (01/11/01) 6, George Wayne vs. Cal St. - Dominguez Hills (12/30/83)

Field Goal Percentage in a Season (min. 150 attempts) 64.8% (105-162), Jeff Rhodes, 1980-81 64.4% (132-205), Ben Mohr, 2007-08 63.1% (111-176), Jeff Rhodes, 1978-79 63.0% (114-181), Ian Elseth, 2006-07 62.6% (253-404), Pete Dawson, 1987-88

Total Blocked Shots in a Season 57, Pete Dawson, 1986-87 57, Pete Dawson, 1987-88 51, Clayton Moores, 2005-06 49, Farris Broussard, 2004-05 48, Mike Mishak, 1988-89

Most Field Goals Made in a Career 847, Russ Pulling, 1985-89 836, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 816, Raul Varela, 1992-96 678, Stephen Bahl, 2001-05 599, Kyle Pape, 2005-2009

Season Blocked Shots Average 2.0, Pete Dawson, 1986-87 1.8, Farris Broussard, 2004-05 1.8, Pete Dawson, 1987-88 1.8, Clayton Moores, 2005-06 1.6, George Wayne, 1984-85

Best Field Goal Percentage in a Career (min. 325 attempts) 62.7% (353-563), Mike McNish, 1999-03 62.6% (474-757), Jeff Rhodes, 1978-82 61.9% (266-430), Farris Broussard, 2000-05 61.5% (440-715), Pete Dawson, 1986-88 61.0% (224-367), Ian Elseth, 2005-07

Career Blocked Shots 160, Farris Broussard, 2000-05 138, Clayton Moores, 2003-07 134, Mike Mishak, 1986-90 130, Mike McNish, 1999-03 120, Davey Iverson, 2003-07

ALL-TIME 3-POINT FG LEADERS Best 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Career • 42.3% (344-813), Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 Season • 46.6% (125-268), Mike Ziegler, 1987-88

Career Blocked Shots Average 1.9, Pete Dawson, 1986-88 1.5, Farris Broussard, 2000-05 1.3, Mike McNish, 1999-03 1.3, Dale Minschwaner, 2008-present 1.3, Clayton Moores, 2003-07 SEASON LEADERS Player, Year Dale Minschwaner, 2010-11 Dale Minschwaner, 2009-10 Dale Minschwaner, 2008-09 Ben Mohr, 2007-08 Clayton Moores, 2006-07 Clayton Moores, 2005-06 Farris Broussard, 2004-05 Clayton Moores, 2003-04 Farris Broussard, 2002-03 Farris Broussard, 2001-02

BLK 33 40 36 12 33 51 49 34 42 33

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made Career • 344, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 Season • 125, Mike Ziegler, 1987-88 Game • 10, Mike Ziegler vs. Univ. of Denver, 1988-89 BPG 1.1 1.4 1.3 0.5 1.2 1.8 1.8 1.3 1.5 1.4

ALL-TIME FIELD GOAL LEADERS Best Field Goal Percentage Career • 62.7, Mike McNish, 1999-03 Season • 64.4, Ben Mohr, 2007-08 Game • 93.3% (14-15), George Wayne, 12/30/83 (vs. Cal State - Dominguez Hills) Min. 10 shots attempted

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made in a Season 125, Mike Ziegler, 1987-88 93, Matt Luedtke, 2002-03 93, Travis Starns, 1998-99 92, Mike Ziegler, 1989-90 91, Stephen Bahl, 2002-03

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3-Point Field Goal Percentage in a Season (min. 75 attempts)

46.9% 46.6% 46.0% 45.5% 45.2%

(46-98), Dan McKeon, 1989-90 (125-268), Mike Ziegler, 1987-88 (86-187), Raul Varela, 1995-96 (75-165), Travis Starns, 1997-98 (61-135), Hank Prey, 1990-91

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made in a Career 344, Mike Ziegler, 1996-90 268, Stephen Bahl, 2001-05 245, Raul Varela, 1992-96 212, Andy Van Wyk, 1994-98 201, Kyle Pape, 2005-09

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Men’s BASKETBALL RECORDS Best 3-Point Field Goal Percentage in a Career (min. 225 attempts)

45.2% 43.1% 42.3% 42.2% 39.6%

(168-372), Travis Starns, 1997-99 (129-299), Dan McKeon, 1987-91 (344-813), Mike Ziegler, 1986-90 (100-237), Hank Prey, 1987-91 (245-618), Raul Varela, 1992-96

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Best Free Throw Percentage Career • 83.6% (443-530), Stephen Bahl, 2001-05 Season • 93.5% (87-93), Travis Starns, 1998-99 Game • 100.0% (12-12), Kyle Pape vs. Colo. Christian (01/18/08) 100.0% (12-12), Sam Handsborough vs. Chadron State (02/21/98)

Most Free Throws Made Career • 674, Raul Varela, 1992-96 Season • 222, Curtis Crook, 1955-56 Game • 21, George Brown vs. Western State, 1957-58 Most Free Throws Made in a Season 222, Curtis Crook, 1955-56 199, Raul Varela, 1993-94 179, Raul Varela, 1995-96 169, Hank Prey, 1990-91 166, Raul Varela, 1992-93 Free Throw Percentage in a Season (Min. 75 attempts) 93.5% (87-93), Travis Starns, 1998-99 90.1% (91-101), Sam Handsborough, 1997-98 89.1% (155-174), Kyle Pape, 2007-08 88.4% (84-95), Travis Starns, 1997-98 84.8% (117-138), Stephen Bahl, 2002-03 Most Free Throws Made in a Career 674, Raul Varela, 1992-96 443, Stephen Bahl, 2001-05 434, Hank Prey, 1987-91 421, Kyle Pape, 2005-09 398, Mike Ziegler, 1986-90

Most Points Scored

130 points

vs. SD Tech (1967-68)

Fewest Points Allowed

39 points

Team FG% (season) Team 3-point FG% (season) Team Free Throw % (season)

50.2% 45.9% 76.2%

vs. Colo. College (1/23/01) 1988-89 1987-88 2007-08

CSM COACHING HISTORY COACH William Johnston Coach Willett Will C. Bryan Coach Graham F.G. Carter Coach Parsons Coach Barron Ralph Glaze Coach Capshaw “Bud” Smith Chuck Kearney R.O. Courtright Benny Johns Ervin Hinds Dick Moles “Doc” Fletcher Earl “Dutch” Clark “Red” White Elwood Romney Doy Neighbors Adam Esslinger (not available) Jim Darden Keith Brown Tim Harrison Pryor Orser

YEARS 1911-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-27 1927-29 1929-30 1930-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-36 1936-39 1939-46 1946-47 1947-54 1954-92 1992-97 1997-01 2001-present

RECORD 11-4 3-3 0-8 0-8 0-8 3-5 2-6 8-10 8-2 7-3 8-3 12-21 2-15 1-4 1-21 1-9 1-13 3-23 9-45 40-65 2-12 33-103 389-550 43-98 39-65 146-135

Best Free Throw Percentage in a Career (min. 175 attempts) 83.6%, (443-530), Stephen Bahl, 2001-05 82.1%, (421-513), Kyle Pape, 2005-09 81.8%, (350-428), Sam Handsborough, 1997-01 79.5%, (198-249), Kevin Wagstaff, 2002-05 79.2%, (434-548), Hank Prey, 1987-91

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Best Overall Record Most Wins in a Season Most RMAC Wins in a Season Worst Record Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak Highest Scoring Average Best Scoring Defense Average Most Rebounds Highest Rebound Average Highest Rebound Margin Most Rebounds in Game Highest Victory Margin

25-6 (.806) 25 18 0-27 40 games 11 games 87.9 ppg 49.4 ppg 1,308 42.2 rpg +26 55 76 points

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2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 1991-92 1991-92 2002-03 1988-89 1962-63 (25 gm.) 1987-88 1987-88 11/13/98 vs. RMC 11/13/98 vs. RMC 122-46 vs. Rockmont (1976-77) 107-47 vs. Ft. Hays St. (11/22/91)

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RECORD 6-1 5-3 3-3 0-8 0-8 0-8 3-5 2-6 3-8 5-2 8-2 7-3 8-3 4-7 3-7 5-7 1-11 1-4 1-4 1-9 0-12 1-9 1-13 3-9 0-14 0-14 2-15 7-16 8-4 6-6 7-12 5-13 5-12 6-7 3-11 2-12 1-12 4-14 8-17 4-15 9-12 2-18 5-15 2-18 10-14 7-13 7-16 7-18 5-20 5-16 9-15 16-9 11-14 5-15 5-17 10-16 15-10 9-14 14-11 10-15 10-16

YEAR 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

RECORD 15-11 10-16 13-13 10-16 11-16 9-17 10-15 16-10 21-6 18-7 14-12 11-16 4-23 8-19 11-17 20-11 14-15 15-15 4-19 0-27 4-23 4-24 12-18 13-15 10-18 5-21 10-16 12-14 12-14 5-21 18-10 7-20 16-12 15-14 14-13 15-14 14-13 17-12 25-6 774 - 1,257

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