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Head Coach: Gary Waters, 6th season (Ferris State ‘75) Associate Head Coach: Jayson Gee, 6th season (Charleston ‘88) Assistant Coach: Larry DeSimpelare, 6th season (Spring Arbor ‘91) Assistant Coach: Jermaine Kimbrough, 6th season (Virginia Tech ‘01) Director of Basketball Operations: Samba Johnson, 1st season (Chaminade ‘96) Graduate Manager: Kevin Bruinsma, 3rd season (Spring Arbor ‘08) Graduate Manager: John Kopcso, 1st season (Ohio State ‘07)

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UIC *.............................................................................. 7:00 p.m. LOYOLA *........................................................................ 2:00 p.m. at Butler *...................................................................... 7:00 p.m. at Valparaiso *............................................................... 2:35 p.m. GREEN BAY *........................................................................... TBA MILWAUKEE *................................................................. 2:00 p.m. at Youngstown State *.................................................... 7:05 p.m.

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Ta b le of Co nte nts C leveland State Bas ke t bal l 2011-12 Schedule..........................................1 2011-12 Outlook......................................... 2-6 Roster......................................................IFC, 3 2011-12 Viking Pr ofi l e s Veteran Biographies.................................. 7-25 Newcomer Biographies........................... 26-28 Head Coach Gary Waters......................... 29-33 Assistant Coaching Staff........................ 34-36 Basketball Support Staff..............................37 President Dr. Ronald Berkman......................38 Athletic Director John Parry...........................39 Athletic Department Directory................. 40-41 2010-11 CSU Head Coaches.........................41 Cleveland State University............................42 Horizon League Profile............................. 43-46 2010-11 Composite Schedule................. 47-48 2010-11 Team & Indiv. Statistics........... 49-50 2010-11 In Review 2010-11 Season Recap........................... 52-54 2010-11 Statistics.................................. 55-58 Game Summaries................................... 59-64 Viking Tradition Viking Tradition....................................... 65-77 CSU Basketball Glossary......................... 78-85 Team & Individual Records..................... 86-94 Annual Individual Statistical Leaders........ 95-97 Year-By-Year Team Statistics........................97 Viking Lettermen..................................... 98-99 Honors & Awards................................. 100-101 CSU Athletics Hall of Fame................. 102-103 Year-By-Year Scores............................ 104-109 Home Openers & Overtime Games...... 110-111 Year-By-Year & Coaching Records..............112 CSU Tournament History..................... 112-113 CSU In The NCAA Tournament............. 114-116 CSU In The NIT.................................... 117-118 The Wolstein Center............................ 119-120 Wolstein Center Records.............................121 Wolstein Center Attendance........................122 All-Time Series Records...................... 123-124 Game-By-Game With 2010-11 Opp..... 124-126 2011-12 Opponent Information.......... 127-134 Media Guidelines........................................135 Viking Radio & TV Page...............................136

CREDITS Cleveland State’s 2011-12 Men’s Basketball Media Guide is published by the Cleveland State University athletic department for use by the media and is available online as a PDF. The media guide was compiled and edited by Greg Murphy, Sports Information Director, with assistance from Renee Adam, Tim Ertle, Kevin Vargo, Amanda Oswald, Amanda Wood and Colin Barrett. Cover Design: Renee Adam. Photography: Michael Ciu, Brett Hansbauer, Brian Hart and university archives. Printed by CSU Duplicating Department


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WORKING TOWARD ANOTHER Fresh off the First Regular Season Horizon League Championship in School History, Gary Waters Has The Vikings Ready For Another Title Run With A Mix of Talented Upperclassmen & Newcomers Since Gary Waters and his staff took over the reigns of the Cleveland State basketball program five years ago, it has gone through a complete transformation into one of the top mid-major programs in the country. The results have been stunning and include the following... • Three postseason appearanaces (one NCAA and two NIT). • The 2009 Horizon League tournament title and the first-ever Horizon League regular season crown in 2011. • Six all-league players, five all-league defensive team selections and four All-Americans. • An average of 20 wins per season, including three 20 win seasons. Last year’s squad won 27 games, the second most in school history. • The No. 1 ranking in the CollegeInsider. com mid-major poll for a five week stretch last season. • A commanding home court advantage with a 61-21 (.734) record in the Wolstein Center over the last five years, including a school-record 17 home wins last season. • Two players in the NBA, including 2011 first round pick Norris Cole, just the third first round pick in program history and the first since 1982. • A 100 percent increase in total attendance, going from 31,170 total fans the year before Waters arrived to a school-record 62,242 fans last year. • All 14 seniors earning their degree. Now, with four starters, two redshirts and one of the most talented freshman classes to enter the program in school history, Waters and his staff will attempt to add to the impressive list of accomplishments this year. 2

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“We have a really nice mix of veterans and freshman on the roster this year,” Waters said. “This is a very talented and hungry group and if everyone can accept their roles as the season progresses, this could be a very special year.” In order to achieve the goal of winning a second straight league title, the Vikings will have to battle through a difficult non-conference schedule, the 18-game league schedule and the postseason tournament. “We have a very tough early season schedule because there are so many road and neutral site games against senior-laden teams,” Waters said. “Those first 12 games are going to be very tough games and we have to do some things to be successful and really learn from them because it will be the league games that will make our season and decide where we’re going.” Waters will have one of the deepest and most talented rosters to work with this year as

Pronunciation Guide D’Aundray Brown................... Dee-On-Dray Anton Grady................................. An-Taun Tim Kamczyc........................... Cam-Check Luda Ndaye...................................Nuh-Die Ike Nwamu.......................... Nuh-Wah-Moo Aaron Pogue..................................Poe-gue Larry DeSimpelare................D-Simp-E-Lar www.csuvikings.com

four starters - Trey Harmon, Tim Kamczyc, Jeremy Montgomery and Aaron Pogue - return from last year’s 27-9 squad that advanced to the final 16 of the NIT. Also back are D’Aundray Brown and Sebastian Douglas, who both redshirted due to injuries, which will help offset the loss of first round NBA draft pick Norris Cole. Combined with the strongest recruiting class brought in under Waters and his staff - and one of the top classes in program history - its easy to see why optimism is high for the 2011-12 season. However, there are a few things CSU will need to improve on, including on the glass, after CSU finished eighth in the league in rebounding margin (-1.2) and ninth in rebounding (33.7) a year in ago. Despite those rankings, the Vikings were the top defensive team in the Horizon League, ranking first in field goal defense (.414), scoring margin (+7.4) and three point field goal defense (.324), second in scoring defense (63.6) and turnover margin (+3.3) and third in steals (7.5). “To be the number one team in defense in the league and last in rebounding, that tells you something,” Waters said. “There is no doubt that rebounding the basketball is an area we have to correct this year. We have to do a better job of defending the paint, contesting shots and then grabbing the rebound.” 2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2 0 1 1 - 1 2 V i k in g s BACKCOURT LOADED WITH DEPTH Despite the loss of All-American and first round NBA draft pick Norris Cole, the Vikings return a pair of seniors to join two newcomers - including one who redshirted last season - to form a dynamic backcourt. Seniors Trey Harmon and Jeremy Montgomery are veterans of the program, having been a part of two postseason teams and will be looked upon for leadership this year. More importantly, they compliment each other on the floor as Montgomery is the big guard who can get to the hoop or shoot over a zone, while Harmon’s speed around the perimeter allows him to create mismatches on both ends of the court. The duo will be complimented by freshman Sebastian Douglas, who missed last season with an injury, and Charles Lee. Together, the quartet will handle the point guard and off-guard duties, giving Waters numerous options he can use depending on the situation. It will also allow him to rotate players in and out, keeping them fresher when they are on the court. Harmon, who earned a spot on the preseason All-Horizon League first team and was also a preseason first team choice in a number of publications, is an explosive player who can score in a myriad of ways. He enters his final season with 923 career points, needing 77 to become the 20th player in school history to score 1,000 points, while also ranking 11th with 135 three-pointers made.

D’Aundray Brown returns to the Viking lineup after missing last season with an injury suffered in the preseason. He ranked 13th in the nation in steals in 2009-10. Last season, Harmon displayed his all-around skills, finishing fourth in the Horizon League in steals (1.5), seventh in minutes played (33.2), eighth in three-point field goals made (1.3) and 13th in scoring (13.2). Harmon also spearheads CSU’s defensive efforts with his quickness and ability to apply ball

pressure for 94-feet. He was rewarded for his efforts last season with spots on the Horizon League All-Defensive team as well as the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Defensive All-America squad. Montgomery followed a breakout sophomore campaign by ranking 18th in the Horizon League

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Name Pos. D’Aundray Brown G Sebastian Douglas G Anton Grady F Trevon Harmon G Tim Kamczyc F Charles Lee G Devon Long F Marlin Mason F Jeremy Montgomery G Luda Ndaye F Ike Nwamu G Aaron Pogue F

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Hometown (High School/JC) Youngstown, OH (Ursuline) Houston, TX (Bellaire) Cleveland, OH (Central Catholic) Pasadena, CA (Pasadena) Strongsville, OH (Strongsville) Milwaukee, WI (Huntington Prep) Highland Park, MI (Crockett) Detroit, MI (Cass Tech) Chicago, IL (Lincoln Park) Montreal, Quebec (Westwind Prep) Greensboro, N.C. (Westchester Country Day) Dayton, OH (Dunbar/Vincennes CC)

Head Coach: Gary Waters (Ferris State ’75) Associate Head Coach: Jayson Gee (Charleston ‘88) Assistant Coaches: Larry DeSimpelare (Spring Arbor ‘91) & Jermaine Kimbrough (Virginia Tech ‘01) Director of Basketball Operations: Samba Johnson (Wittenberg ‘09) Graduate Managers: Kevin Bruinsma (Spring Arbor ‘08) & John Kopcso (Ohio State ‘07)

Vikings By the Numbers 1 Sebastian Douglas 3 Trevon Harmon 4 Devon Long 5 Jeremy Montgomery 15 Anton Grady 21 Marlin Mason 24 Luda Ndaye 31 Charles Lee 32 D’Aundray Brown 33 Tim Kamczyc 34 Ike Nwamu 44 Aaron Pogue

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2 0 1 1 - 1 2 V i k in g s in scoring (11.6 ppg), while connecting on 56 treys. He has developed into a go-to scorer with his ability to get to the hoop, while also knock down the three-point shot. He ranks fifth in school history with 151 career three-pointers. In addition, he is one of the top free throw shooters in the league, giving the Vikings a reliable threat to put the ball in his hands in close games down the stretch when the opposition has to foul and stop the clock. A career .791 (189-239) shooter from the charity stripe, Montgomery had a stretch last season of 21 consecutive made free throws. Douglas could be considered the “wild card” among the five freshmen having been around the program last year and getting the chance to learn the system. At 6-4, he is the biggest of the Viking guards and will be able to use that size to create mismatches and help on the boards. Douglas is capable of playing either of the guard spots and can score in a variety of ways, creating opportunities for himself off the dribble or hitting the mid to long range jumper. As a senior at Bellaire H.S. in 2009-10, Douglas averaged 14.0 points, 6.1 assists and 2.1 steals, helping his squad to a ranking as high as No. 5 in the country during the season. Lee is a dynamic, attacking point guard who is quick with or without the ball in his hands and has the ability to control the tempo of the game. He can get his teammates involved in the offense, providing them with good scoring opportunities and is also a good defended on the perimeter, using his quickness to pester his defender.

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Lee played his final year of high school at Huntington Prep (W. Va.), leading the squad to a 22-3 mark and the No. 1 ranking in the nation at one point of the season. The team finished the season ranked 26th. A native of Milwaukee, Wis., Lee prepped at Hamilton H.S. as a sophomore and junior, earning a spot on the allleague first team both years. He averaged 11.5 points and 5.4 assists as a junior. EXPERIENCE ON THE WING The Vikings get a huge boost on the wing this year with the return of senior D’Aundray Brown who missed last season after a hand injury suffered in preseason practice. Now a fifth year senior, Brown will be counted on to take over the leadership role with his vast experience in the Trey Harmon was a Mid-Major Defensive All-American last season, finishing the year with 55 steals. program. Perhaps the unsung hero squad to an 85-17 mark, including the state title of the Vikings and one of the most underrated his senior year when he was named the 2A State players in the Horizon League during his career, Player of the Year. Nwamu scored 20 points in the Brown is CSU’s version of instant energy often state title game. coming up with or creating a loose ball, battling He finished his three year career at Westchester for a key rebound among bigger players or making with 1,987 points (19.5 ppg). a steal that leads to transition points. Freshman Marlin Mason adds another long, In 2009-10, Brown averaged 8.6 points and athletic player to the mix on the wing. 5.6 rebounds per game, ranking 13th in the na The youngest player in CSU’s recruiting class, tion with 81 steals. He was named to the Horizon Mason is loaded with potential. He likes to play League All-Defensive team, despite playing a above the rim and has a knack for rebounding majority of the season as an undersized power and blocking shots with his length and leaping forward. He is slated to move back to his natural ability. spot of small forward this year. Mason has a never-ending motor and will Brown enters his final year at CSU with 616 make hustle plays that may not always show up in career points, needing 384 to become the 21st the box score, but will help the team be successful. player in school history to score 1,000 for a career. That blue-collar attitude and work ethic will fit well Playing out on the wing this year, Brown will be able in Cleveland and the system that Waters and his to use his quickness to get to the basket, while also staff use. scoring from the perimeter. Mason averaged 14.0 points and close to 10 Freshman Ike Nwamu will add athleticism and rebounds per game as a senior, earning a spot in explosiveness to the wing spot. A powerful and The Under Armour All-Michigan Game. athletic player who can create for himself and at The trio of Douglas, Harmon and Montgomery the rim, Nwamu was the Slam Dunk Champion at could also fill a role on the wing at points during this year’s Midnight Madness. the season. But it’s not just the dunking of Nwamu that has the coaching staff excited about his potential, DEPTH AT FORWARD WILL BE KEY it’s the all-around game he provides. The return of Tim Kamczyc gives the forward After playing his freshman season of high position a lot of experience as he started all 36 school at Asheboro H.S., Nwamu transferred to games a season ago. Westchester County Day where he helped the The return of Luda Ndaye and addition of www.csuvikings.com

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2 0 1 1 - 1 2 V i k in g s freshman Anton Grady will also provide a spark to the position. Kamczyc came into his own last season, averaging 5.9 points and 3.7 rebounds per game, while adding 33 steals. Kamczyc has worked hard to grow into the role of a formidable front line player for the Vikings, getting stronger and quicker every season and improving his range from the outside to draw his defender away from the basket and opening up driving lanes. Last year, Kamczyc shot .413 (33-80) from three-point. He also was a key component of CSU’s defensive scheme, providing pressure up top and trapping on double teams. Ndaye is expected to have a big impact during his sophomore campaign after playing in 35 contests a season ago. He averaged just 1.1 points and 1.5 rebounds per game last year, but he has worked hard on improving his strength to be able to provide a scoring punch around the basket. In addition, he has the ability to step out and hit the short to mid-range jumper. At 6-8, 230 pounds, he is also long and active and gives the Vikings a shot blocking and rebounding presence in the paint as well. Grady, a local product who prepped at Cleveland Central Catholic H.S., is a stretch forward who can impact games on both ends of the court. He is able to play around the basket, but can also step out and create mismatch problems with his quickness. In addition, his length and athleticism makes it possible for Grady to guard multiple posi-

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tions on the defensive end, while his ability to run the floor will also lead to easy transition points. Grady helped lead his squad to four sectional titles, three district championships, two regional titles, one state championship and another runnerup finish at the state tournament. He was a first team All-Ohio selection and the Division III Player of the Year as a senior when he averaged 22.3 points, 14.8 rebounds, 4.4 blocks and 3.3 assists per game. In the state semifinal victory, he orchestrated one of the most dominating performances in state tournament history, totaling 26 points, 22 rebounds, seven blocked shots and three assists. CENTER OF ATTENTION Senior Aaron Pogue returns as the starting center for the third straight season. The most experienced post player on the roster, Pogue averaged 8.2 points and 6.1 rebounds per game last year. He shot a team-best .516 (111215) from the field, ranking sixth in the Horizon League, while also adding 23 blocked shots. He saved his best game of the year for the finale, totaling 13 points and 14 rebounds in the second round NIT game against the College of Charleston. For his career, Pogue is a career .528 (186352) shooter from the floor, often demonstrating his skills with his back to the basket. He is also a deft passer, allowing the Vikings to run some of the offense through him which opens up the outside for CSU’s three-point shooters. The one thing Pogue has been unable to stay away from is foul trouble, committing a schoolrecord 139 last year and 128 as a sophomore, which often limited his availability in games, especially in key moments down the stretch. Waters would like to see that foul total drop, which would allow Pogue to log a few more minutes each game. More importantly, Pogue would be able to be on the court at the end of games, giving the Vikings an advantage on the inside because of Pogue’s skills and strength. Sophomore Devon Long will provide Waters with another capable big man to use in the rotation this year. Long has dropped close to 15 pounds from last season, making him lighter and quicker on his feet and allowing him to better fit into the up-tempo, pressure system. At 6-7, 260 pounds, he has the big body needed to help the Vikings improve on the glass and in post defense. Last season, Long was able to learn the college game and the CSU system with experience in 17 games. He averaged 2.0 points and 0.9 rebounds per game, but was very efficient from the field, shooting .600 (15-25). www.csuvikings.com

ANOTHER CHALLENGING SCHEDULE AWAITS CSU once again will face a challenging schedule, including a demanding 12 game nonconference schedule in November and December that will prepare the Vikings for league play. In all, the Vikings will play as many as 13 games against teams that advanced to postseason play last year, including five against NCAA Tournament teams. The season starts with a game at nationallyranked Vanderbilt in the opener of the Ticket City Legends Classic on Nov. 13. Two days later, CSU hosts Rio Grande in the home opener before St. Bonaventure visits for a Nov. 18 contest. The Vikings head to Kent State on Nov. 22 before traveling to Kingston, R.I. for games against Boston University, Hofstra and Rhode Island to conclude play in the Ticket City Legends Classic. Horizon League play begins in early December with games at Wright State (Dec. 1) and Detroit (Dec. 3) before the non-league slate concludes with games at Robert Morris (Dec. 8), at home versus Akron (Dec. 10), at South Florida (Dec. 19,) home against Sam Houston State (Dec. 22) and at Toledo (Dec. 28). The 18-game league schedule resumes with a New Year’s Eve contest against Youngstown State leading up to the Horizon League Championship that begins on Feb. 28 and ends with the title game on March 6. CSU steps out of league play just one time after the New Year, hosting a BracketBuster contest on Feb. 18.

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Cleveland state men’s basketball Quick facts

Location:.........................................Cleveland, Ohio Founded:.............................. Cleveland State, 1964 Fenn College, 1929 President:........................... Dr. Ronald M. Berkman Director of Athletics:.............................. John Parry Sr. Associate A.D./SWA:........... Virnette House-Browning Associate A.D./Operations:.............Tom Tontimonia Assistant A.D./Student Services:..Christine Moeller Faculty Representatives:.....Dr. Sheila Patterson & Dr. Joel Lieske Enrollment:.................................................. 17,323 Nickname:....................................................Vikings School Colors:....................... Forest Green & White Conference:.................................... Horizon League Arena/Capacity:....Henry J. Goodman Arena (8,500) (Wolstein Center) Website:................................. www.CSUVikings.com

staff

Head Coach:.............Gary Waters (Ferris State ‘75) Record at CSU (Years):........... 100-71 (6th year) Career Record (Years):...... 272-206 (16th year) Associate Head Coach:..........Jayson Gee (6th year) (Charleston ‘88) Assistant Coach:........ Larry DeSimpelare (6th year) (Spring Arbor ‘91) Assistant Coach:.....Jermaine Kimbrough (6th year) (Virginia Tech ‘01) Dir. of Basketball Operations:........Samba Johnson (Wittenberg ‘09) Basketball Office Phone:............... (216) 687-5123 Best Time to Reach Coach:....Contact Through SID Athletic Trainer:...........................Chris Lacsamana

history

First Season:..............................................1929-30 All-Time Record (Seasons):.781-1,054 (81st Year) NCAA Appearances:......................Two (3-2 Record) 2008-09: Second Round; 1985-86: Sweet 16

team information 2010-11 Overall Record:.................................27-9 Home Record:..............................................17-3 Away Record:.................................................9-5 Neutral Record:.............................................1-1 2010-11 Horizon League Record:...... 13-5 (1st) Horizon League Tournament:.............. 3rd Place Starters Returning/Lost:....................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:..........................7/5 Redshirts Returning:............................................ 2 Newcomers:.......................................................... 4 Roster by Class (Fr./So./Jr./Sr.):.................. 5/2/1/4

sports information

Sports Information Director:.............. Greg Murphy Office Phone:............................. (216) 687-5288 Cell Phone:................................ (216) 798-9362 Fax:............................................ (216) 523-7257 E-mail Address:........... g.j.murphy@csuohio.edu Assistant SID:.......................................Renee Adam Office Phone:............................. (216) 687-5529 Press Row Phone:.......................... (216) 687-4819 Overnight Mailing Address:............Wolstein Center 2000 Prospect Avenue; Cleveland, Ohio 44115

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2011-12 News & Notes • Cleveland State’s average of 11.4 turnovers per game last year set a single-season school record and was the fourth time in head coach Gary Waters’ tenure that CSU set a program low for turnovers per game. • CSU had 11 single-digit turnover games in 201011, including a school-record low of four against South Florida (12/22/10). The 11 single-digit turnover games were the most in school history, breaking the old mark of seven in 2008-09. • The Vikings return four starters from last year’s Horizon League regular-season championship team: Trevon Harmon, Jeremy Montgomery, Tim Kamczyc and Aaron Pogue. The Vikings were just one of three teams in the nation last year to start the same lineup throughout the season with Norris Cole the lone starter gone. • After missing the 2010-11 season due to a hand injury suffered in the preseason, D’Aundray Brown returns to the Cleveland State lineup. In 2009-10, Brown earned All-Defensive Team accolades after ranking 13th in the nation in steals. He has started 66 career games, including all 32 in 2010-11. • CSU has three players that could reach 1,000 career points this year. Jeremy Montgomery enters his final season with 988 career points, while Trey Harmon (923 points) and D’Aundray Brown (616) are also within reach. It would be the first time in program history that three players reached the milestone in the same season.

2011-12 Preseason Poll (As Selected by Coaches, SIDs & Media)

Rnk School (1st Place Votes).......... Votes 1. Butler (28)................................... 468 2. Detroit (19).................................. 453 3. Cleveland State (2)...................... 388 4. Milwaukee (1).............................. 356 5. Valparaiso.................................... 255 6. Green Bay..................................... 247 7. Youngstown State........................ 195 8. Wright State................................. 157 9. Loyola........................................... 145 10. UIC................................................. 86

2011-12 Preseason All-Horizon League Team (As Selected by Coaches & Media)

Preseason Player of the Year Ray McCallum, Detroit

First Team

Ray McCallum, Detroit Trevon Harmon, Cleveland State Eli Holman, Detroit Chase Simon, Detroit Kaylon Williams, Milwaukee

Second Team

Tony Meier, Milwaukee Alec Brown, Green Bay Andrew Smith, Butler Ben Averkamp, Loyola Ryan Broekhoff, Valparaiso

• With at least 32 games in 2011-12, Gary Waters will become the fourth coach in program history to coach in 200 career games for CSU. He will join Ray Dieringer (360), Kevin Mackey (211) and Rollie Massimino (203). Waters has coached in 171 games entering this season, posting a 100-71 mark at CSU. He trails only Dieringer (149) and Mackey (142) for most wins in school history. • Jeremy Montgomery participated in a seven-day tour of Europe with the Global Sports Academy this summer. He took part in five games on the seven-day trip, while also taking in cultural experiences in Amsterdam, Bruges, Brussels and London. Head coach Gary Waters with the four seniors on this year’s roster. www.csuvikings.com

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6-4 • 195 Senior • Guard Youngstown, Ohio Ursuline H.S.

Single Game Highs Points 15 vs. Multiple Opponents FG 7 vs. Multiple Opponents FGA 11 vs. Multiple Opponents 3FG 3 vs. Sam Houston State 11/21/09 3FGA 3 vs. Multiple Opponents FT 6 vs. UIC 1/9/10 FTA 7 at Washington 11/18/08 Rebounds 12 vs. Youngstown State 1/30/10 Assists 6 vs. Multiple Opponents Steals 6 vs. Youngstown State 1/30/10 Blocks 2 vs. Multiple Opponents Minutes 40 vs. Wright State 2/27/10

After missing last season due to an injury suffered in preseason practice, D’Aundray Brown is eager to get back out on the court and showcase his skills. Capable of playing either forward position, he will most likely move away from the basket this year in order to better utilize his quickness and defensive skills. One of the top defenders in the Horizon League, Brown has the size and strength to defend bigger players, while also possessing the speed and agility to match-up with quicker guards on the perimeter. Brown is instant energy for the Vikings, coming up with loose balls on the floor, out-working the opposition for rebounds and sacrificing his body to get another possession for his team.

• Tallied 13 points with seven rebounds in win over UIC, going six-for-six from the line. • Scored 13 points, on six-for-nine shooting, with seven rebounds vs. Loyola (1/7/10). • Had 11 rebounds and five steals at Kansas State (12/29/09). • Scored 11 points with a career-high matching six assists vs. Robert Morris (12/15/09) • Tallied 10 points with five rebounds and three steals vs. Kentucky (11/24/09) • Made a career-high three treys (in three attempts) vs. Sam Houston State (11/21/09) • Scored 14 points in win over Wilmington (11/16/09) and set a season high with five steals at St. Bonaventure (11/13/09).

2010-11 Season • Missed entire season after injuring his hand in preseason practice.

CSU Career • Starter at small forward as a sophomore (200809), averaging 7.4 points and 5.7 rebounds a game in 29.0 minutes. • Missed the final five games of the season, including both NCAA Tournament contests, after suffering a third degree sprain of the MCL in his right knee against Detroit on March 3 in the HL Championship opening round game. • Missed eight games with a stress fracture in his left rib cage, suffered at Wright State (12/30/08). • Did not qualify for league stats because he played in just 24 games, but he would have ranked second in the league in offensive rebounds (2.7), 6th in steals (1.7), 7th in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.45) and 8th in rebounding (5.7). • Had 8 points and a career-high 11 rebounds vs. Green Bay (2/14/09). • Scored 13 points with four steals vs. Milwaukee (2/12/09). • Returned from injury to grab 10 rebounds at UIC (2/5/09). • Matched his season high with 15 points with seven rebounds at Florida International (11/26/08). • Opened year by setting season high with 15 points and four steals in win over Oakland (11/15/08).

2009-10 Season • 2010 Horizon League All-Defensive team selection. • Was the Vikings energy player on the court constantly coming up with the loose ball, making the the big defensive stop or grabbing offensive rebounds among taller players. • Started at wing forward, averaging 8.6 points and 5.6 rebounds a game in 32.6 minutes. • Led the league (and ranked 13th nationally) in steals (2.5), having at least one steal in all but two games. Was third in field goal percentage (.516), sixth in offensive rebounding (2.3), ninth in rebounding (5.6) and 10th in minutes played (32.6). • Shot .641 from the field over his last 11 games (43-67). • Tallied 14 points vs. Toledo (2/20/10), going six-for-seven from the field. • Tied his career high with 15 points at UIC (2/4/10), adding nine rebounds. • Set career highs for rebounds (12) and steals (6) vs. Youngstown State (1/13/10), adding 11 points for his second double-double in four games. • Scored 12 points with seven rebounds in win over Milwaukee (1/24/10), going over the 500-point mark for his career. • Had 10 points and 10 rebounds at Valparaiso (1/16/10), his first career double-double.

brown’s Career Stats Season G -GS Min -Avg 2007-08 33 -11 751 -22.8 2008-09 24 -23 697 -29.0 2009-10 32 -32 1042 -32.6

FG -FGA Pct 61 -131 .466 73 -142 .514 111 --215 .516

3G -3GA 0 -8 5 -13 12 -35

Pct .000 .385 .343

FT -FTA 40 -53 27 -38 42 -53

Pct .755 .711 .792

PTS -Avg 162 -4.9 178 -7.4 276 -8.6

REB -Avg 123 -3.7 136 -5.7 180 -5.6

Ast -Avg 45 -1.4 61 -2.5 52 -1.6

St 22 40 81

Blk 1 5 8

Dk 1 3 2

TO 35 42 45

Career

245 -488 .502

17 -56 .304

109 -144

.757

616 -6.9

439 -4.9

158 -1.8 143

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2011-12 Vikings • Saw time at off-guard and small forward as a freshman in 2007-08, averaging 4.9 points and 3.7 rebounds in 22.8 minutes. • Moved into the starting lineup for the final 11 games at small forward as a freshman, averaging 28.9 minutes. • Was third on the team with 45 assists. • Made 45 of his last 94 field goal attempts to raise his field goal percentage to .466 (61-131). • Grabbed a season-high nine rebounds in a career-best 38 minutes at Butler (2/16/08). • Celebrated first career start by matching career high with 10 points vs. Wright State (2/7/08). • Scored eight points with five rebounds at Wright State (1/12/08), deflecting WSU’s potential gamewinning shot at the buzzer. • Totalled nine points with five rebounds and two steals in win at Detroit (1/10/08). • Made all four of his field goal attempts to score eight points vs. Youngstown State (12/8/07), adding three assists.

High School • First team Associated Press all-state choice as a senior at Ursuline High, playing for coach Keith Gunther. • Averaged 22.3 points to earn District Player of the Year honors from the Associated Press. • Ranked as the fourth-best wing guard in the state as a senior by PrepSpotlight and as the 21st best player in the state by HoopScoop. • Averaged 14.2 points, 8.6 rebounds and 5.1 assists per game as a junior to earn first team all-district and all-league honors. • Started as a sophomore, averaging 13.8 points and 6.2 rebounds. • Played in the OHSAA North-South All-Star game. Personal Born Oct. 21, 1988 in Youngstown, Ohio…son of Aundra Brown and Sharella Thomas…is the oldest of five children, having four brothers, Austin Brown, Jr. (3), Deonte Brown (14) and Justin Austin (20), and one sister, Alyssa (2)…both parents played basketball at Youngstown State…2009-10 recipient of the Dan Avis Scholarship…sports management major.

2009-10 NCAA Steal Leaders No. Name

School G

1 Jay Threatt

Delaware St.

ST STPG

29 82 2.8

2 Damian Saunders Duquesne 32 89 2.8 3 Devan Downey

South Carolina 31 85 2.7

4 Chris Jones

Prairie View 24 65 2.7

5 Ceola Clark

Western Illinois 27 72 2.7

6 Aubrey Coleman Houston 35 93 2.7 7 Brigham Waginger Western Carolina 34 90 2.6 8 Michael Deloach Norfolk State 30 79 2.6 9 AJ Rompza

UCF

31 81 2.6

10 Jackson Emery

BYU 35 91 2.6

11 La’Shard Anderson Boise State 32 83 2.6 12 Junard Hartley

Campbell 30 77 2.6

13 D’Aundray Brown Cleveland State 32 81 2.5 14 DJ Cooper

Ohio 37 93 2.5

15 Jeremy Goode

Mt. St. Mary’s 30 74 2.5

2009-10 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta at St. Bonav. * 33 4 -6 1 -1 0 -0 Wilmington * 24 7 -8 0 -1 0 -0 Florida A&M * 31 1 -6 0 -0 0 -0 Sam Houston * 33 3 -5 3 -3 0 -0 vs. Kentucky * 36 2 -4 0 -1 0 -0 vs. Virginia * 25 4 -7 0 -1 2 -2 Wichita State * 30 0 -8 0 -2 0 -0 at Wright State * 38 2 -5 0 -1 3 -4 at Detroit * 32 1 -7 0 -0 0 -0 Wilberforce * 26 5 -6 1 -1 0 -0 Robert Morris * 37 5 -10 1 -3 0 -0 West Virginia * 32 2 -6 0 -2 3 -3 at Ohio State * 37 3 -8 0 -2 1 -2 at Kansas State * 33 3 -10 0 -1 0 -0 at Youngstown St. * 31 3 -6 0 -1 2 -2 Loyola * 37 6 -9 1 -2 0 -2 UIC * 29 3 -4 1 -2 6 -6 at Butler * 37 2 -7 0 -1 0 -0 at Valparaiso * 37 5 -11 0 -1 0 -0 Green Bay * 35 2 -4 1 -2 1 -2 Milwaukee * 36 5 -11 0 -1 2 -2 Youngstown St. * 30 4 -6 0 -0 3 -4 at UIC * 36 4 -6 0 -0 7 -8 at Loyola * 29 1 -1 1 -1 2 -2 Valparaiso * 28 3 -4 0 -0 3 -3 Butler * 32 7 -9 0 -0 0 -0 at Green Bay * 37 2 -4 0 -1 0 -1 at Milwaukee * 27 3 -6 0 -0 1 -2 Toledo * 35 6 -7 0 -0 2 -2 Detroit * 29 4 -10 2 -4 1 -2 Wright State * 40 5 -8 0 -0 1 -1 Loyola * 30 4 -6 0 -0 2 -2 vs. Milwaukee DNP-INJ

Pts 9 14 2 9 4 10 0 7 2 11 11 7 7 6 8 13 13 4 10 6 12 11 15 5 9 14 4 7 14 11 11 10

Reb 2 1 11 2 3 5 3 4 6 5 4 1 9 11 10 7 7 6 10 5 7 12 9 4 7 4 6 3 3 4 4 5

Ast 0 1 0 3 4 2 2 0 0 3 6 3 2 1 3 0 1 2 1 0 4 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 2 3

St 5 3 1 0 1 3 3 1 4 2 4 4 2 5 4 2 3 1 2 3 2 6 1 1 3 4 0 3 2 2 2 2

Blk 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

TO 2 2 1 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 3 3 1 0 2 1 1 3 2 0 0 3 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1

Pf 4 1 3 1 5 3 3 4 4 1 4 1 4 4 4 3 1 3 3 2 3 5 2 4 4 4 3 5 1 3 2 3

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2011-12 Vikings 2008-09 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta Oakland * 31 7-9 1-2 0-0 at Washington * 23 2-4 0-0 4-7 Kansas State * 34 3-9 0-1 4-4 vs. Saint Leo * 36 3-7 0-0 1-2 vs. Toledo * 12 2-5 0-0 1-2 at FIU * 34 6-11 1-1 2-3 Valparaiso * 32 4-7 0-1 2-2 Butler * 36 2-7 0-0 1-2 at West Virginia * 24 2-6 0-0 0-0 at Marist * 36 5-8 0-0 0-0 at Syracuse * 34 3-5 0-0 0-0 La Roche * 20 4-8 0-0 1-2 Kent State * 32 1-3 1-2 0-0 NDC * 24 4-5 0-0 2-2 at Wright State * 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 at Detroit DNP-INJ Loyola DNP-INJ UIC DNP-INJ at Green Bay DNP-INJ at Milwaukee DNP-INJ at Youngstown St. DNP-INJ Detroit DNP-INJ Wright State DNP-INJ at UIC 21 1-3 0-0 0-0 at Loyola * 30 3-8 0-0 2-3 Milwaukee * 34 5-7 1-1 2-2 Green Bay * 36 3-6 0-1 2-2 Youngstown St. * 31 0-3 0-1 0-0 at Wichita State * 32 5-7 0-0 2-4 at Valparaiso * 37 5-5 0-0 0-0 at Butler * 36 2-6 1-3 0-0 Detroit * 20 1-3 0-0 1-1 vs. UIC DNP-INJ vs Green Bay DNP-INJ at Butler DNP-INJ Wake Forest DNP-INJ Arizona DNP-INJ

Pts 15 8 10 7 5 15 10 5 4 10 6 9 3 10 0

Reb 6 7 8 9 3 7 4 8 6 2 2 6 5 3 2

2 10 8 10 13 6 8 11 0 7 12 2 10 9 5 3 3 0

Ast 2 2 1 2 1 1 6 1 0 3 5 5 4 4 0

St 4 0 1 1 2 3 2 3 2 3 1 1 2 2 0

Blk 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

TO 2 1 2 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 0

Pf 2 4 2 2 4 2 0 2 4 2 3 0 0 0 1

3 4 2 4 5 3 0 2 1

1 0 4 2 1 3 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 4 1 3 4 2 3 1 0

0 1 3 3 3 3 2 3 1

2007-08 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta at USF 17 1-2 0-0 0-2 at George Mason 7 0-1 0-1 0-0 vs. Ga. Southern 23 3-6 0-1 1-1 vs. Florida State 14 2-5 0-0 0-0 vs. Florida Atlantic 22 1-3 0-0 0-0 John Carroll 27 3-5 0-0 2-4 CS Northridge 25 3-8 0-1 1-1 Geneva 14 2-3 0-0 1-2 at Chicago State 20 1-3 0-0 0-0 Youngstown St. 17 4-4 0-0 0-0 Ohio State 24 3-5 0-1 0-0 Central Mich. 22 2-4 0-1 4-4 at Kent State 19 3-6 0-1 4-4 Loyola DNP-INJ UIC 11 2-2 0-0 0-0 at Detroit 23 3-7 0-0 3-4 at Wright State 21 3-5 0-0 2-2 Butler 30 0-6 0-0 0-1 Valparaiso 25 1-1 0-0 1-2 at Green Bay 18 0-1 0-0 3-4 at Milwaukee 22 2-3 0-0 0-0 at UIC 14 0-1 0-0 2-2 at Loyola 19 3-4 0-0 2-2 Wright State * 32 5-7 0-0 0-1 Detroit * 28 2-10 0-1 2-2 Green Bay * 20 0-2 0-0 0-0 at Valparaiso * 26 1-4 0-1 2-2 at Butler * 38 2-5 0-0 0-0 Milwaukee * 31 0-1 0-0 2-2 Marist * 25 2-6 0-0 2-2 at Youngstown St. * 27 0-0 0-0 1-4 Valparaiso * 31 1-4 0-0 3-3 at Butler * 25 2-3 0-0 0-0 at Dayton * 34 4-4 0-0 2-2

Pts 2 0 7 4 2 8 7 5 2 8 6 8 10

Reb 3 1 5 3 3 5 7 2 4 2 5 3 6

Ast 1 0 2 1 1 2 3 4 2 3 2 0 0

St 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1

Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 1 0 3 0 1 3 1 0 2 0 2 0 2

Pf 3 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 4

4 9 8 0 3 3 4 2 8 10 6 0 4 4 2 6 1 5 4 10

1 5 5 4 1 3 2 1 1 4 2 2 4 9 4 3 6 8 6 3

0 0 1 1 1 1 1 3 0 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 4

1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 3 1 0 2 1 2 1 1 0

0 2 2 1 3 2 4 2 1 1 2 5 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 2

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Honors Candidate Trevon Harmon is a high-scoring combo guard who will be one of the Vikings leaders this season. He has outstanding quickness with the ball that gives him the ability to get past defenders and to the basket. But opponents must also respect his outside shot as he has consistently shown the ability to knock down long range shots. In addition, he is one of the top defenders on the squad, earning a spot on the Mid-Major Defensive All-American Team by CollegeInsider.com because of his ability to consistently harass and disrupt opposing guards.

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RECORD WATCH • Enters final season with 923 career points, needing 77 more to become 19th player in school history to reach 1,000 points. • Ranks 11th in CSU history with 135 career three pointers and 6th with 429 three point attempts.

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HARMON 6-1 • 185 Senior • Guard Pasadena, Calif. Pasadena H.S.

Single Game Highs Points 24 vs. UIC 1/1/11 FG 10 vs. Milwaukee 2/24/11 FGA 21 vs. Milwaukee 2/24/11 3FG 5 vs. Wichita State 11/28/09 3FGA 11 vs. Multiple Opponents FT 8 vs. Multiple Opponents FTA 10 vs. Multiple Opponents Rebounds 12 vs. Valparaiso 2/3/11 Assists 5 vs. Multiple Opponents Steals 4 vs. Multiple Opponents Blocks 1 vs. Wake Forest 3/22/09 Minutes 40 vs. Multiple Opponents

2010-11 Season • Named to the 2011 Horizon League AllDefensive team in a balloting of the league’s head coaches. • Was fourth in the league in steals (1.5), seventh in minutes played (33.2), eighth in three-point field goals made (1.7) and 13th in scoring (13.2). • Named to Mid-Major Defensive All-American Team by CollegeInsider.com. • Averaged 15.0 points in three league tourney games, shooting .536 from the field (15-28) and .706 from the line (12-17). • Had 14 of his 18 points in the first half against Butler (3/5/11), going 8-for-10 from the line. • Tallied 14 points in second round tourney win over Wright State (3/4/11). • Scored 16 of his 22 points in the second half vs. Milwaukee (2/24/11), setting career highs for field goals made (10) and attempted (21). It was his sixth 20-point game of the year (8th career). • Had 16 points, including a three-pointer with 1:01 left that gave CSU the lead for good in win at Wright State (2/16/11) • Had 17 points with six rebounds in win over Youngstown State (2/12/11), going seven-for-13 from the field. • Grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds in win over Valparaiso (2/3/11). • Led CSU with 21 points at Loyola (1/29/11), his fourth 20-point game in eight games. • Tallied 18 of his game high 22 points in the first half in the win over Detroit (1/20/11). • Scored 13 of his 16 points in the second half, including nine in a decisive 14-0 CSU run that put the game away, in win at YSU(1/15/11).

• Named Horizon League Player of the Week (Jan. 3) after averaging 19.0 points in wins over UIC and Loyola. • Had 20 points, all in the second half, at Valpo (1/9/11). • Scored a career high 24 points vs. UIC (1/1/11), going 7-for-10 from the field with four treys. • Had 20 points at Sam Houston State (12/11/10), going four-for-nine from three-point. • Made four treys as part of a 19-point game at Green Bay (12/2/10). • Scored 18 points at Akron (11/15/10), going 4-for-7 from three-point. • Had his consecutive free throw streak snapped vs. Kent State, after making 29 in a row, 3 short of the school record. • Earned a spot on the World Vision Classic AllTournament team after averaging 12.7 points in the three games. • Scored 16 points with 10 rebounds for his first career double-double in win over Iona (11/13/10).

CSU Career • Starter at shooting guard as a sophomore, averaging 10.5 points, 1.7 assists and 1.6 steals in 28.8 minutes per game. • Finished second in the league in free throw percentage (.847), seventh in steals (1.6), 12th in three-point field goals made (1.6) and 28th in scoring. • Made 39 of his 40 free throws (.975) over the final 14 games, including the final 23 in a row, to improve to .847 for the year (61-72). • Suffered a concussion in the game at Milwaukee (2/18/10), missing the next three games. • Named Horizon League Player of the Week on Feb. 8, 2010, after averaging 15.5 points to lead CSU past Loyola and UIC. • Scored 14 points with a career-high matching six rebounds in win at Loyola (2/6/10). • Led Vikings with 17 points at UIC (2/4/10), adding five assists. • Scored 20 points with six rebounds at Valparaiso (1/16/10). • Had 15 points, all in the second half, at Detroit (12/5/09). • Poured in a career-high 23 points vs. Wichita State (11/28/09), making a career-best five treys. • Scored 16 points, including 12 in the first half, in win over Sam Houston State (11/21/09).

HARMON’s Career Stats Season 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Career

G -GS Min -Avg 26 -7 440 -16.9 30 -27 865 -28.8 36 -36 1195 -33.2

FG -FGA 38 -109 102 -293 161 -367

Pct .349 .348 .439

92 -70 2500 -27.2 301 -769 .391

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Pct .316 .290 .337

FT -FTA 34 -43 61 -72 91 -115

Pct .791 .847 .791

PTS -Avg 135 -5.2 314 -10.5 474 -13.2

REB -Avg 31 -1.2 72 -2.4 144 -4.0

Ast -Avg 20 -0.8 51 -1.7 46 -1.3

135 -429 .315

186 -230

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923 -10.0

247 -2.7

117 -1.3 120

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TO 25 39 47

PF -D 40 -0 70 -1 72 -0

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Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta Pts Reb Ast St Blk TO Pf

Bryant * 28 Iona * 39 Kent State * 28 Urbana * 34 at Louisiana * 27 at Akron * 38 St. Bonaventure * 31 Robert Morris * 38 at Green Bay * 39 at Milwaukee * 26 West Va. Tech * 27 at Sam Houston * 32 at West Virginia * 29 South Florida * 36 Loyola * 21 UIC * 29 at Butler * 34 at Valparaiso * 23 at Youngstown St. * 34 Detroit * 37 Wright State * 36 at UIC * 23 at Loyola * 36 Valparaiso * 38 Butler * 25 at Detroit * 34 Youngstown St. * 40 at Wright State * 40 at Old Dominion * 35 Milwaukee * 38 Green Bay * 37 UIC * 35 vs. Wright State * 35 vs. Butler * 39 Vermont * 38 Col. Charleston * 36

6 -12 5 -12 2 -6 4 -13 4 -13 7 -12 1 -7 5 -8 5 -7 4 -7 6 -17 7 -14 3 -9 2 -12 6 -10 7 -10 2 -8 7 -13 4 -7 8 -14 2 -10 2 -6 8 -14 0 -5 2 -3 4 -9 7 -13 5 -9 4 -10 10 -21 3 -9 5 -10 5 -11 5 -7 1 -7 3 -12

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

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

17 16 5 13 10 18 10 13 19 13 16 20 9 4 14 24 7 20 16 22 6 4 21 3 4 13 17 16 12 22 11 13 14 18 6 8

1 10 7 6 4 4 3 2 5 3 6 1 4 2 3 1 2 2 7 1 6 6 2 12 5 0 6 5 5 4 4 2 4 1 3 5

2 1 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 3 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 3 3 0 1 0 2 2 1 2 1 2 3 2 2 1 0

3 1 1 3 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 0 2 4 4 4 2 0 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 3 2 1 0 0 1 3 2 4 2 0 1 2 2 2 1 0 3 4 0 1 1 0 1 0 1

0 1 1 0 3 1 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 1 2 3 2 4 3 1 2 1 2 3 4 3 1 3 1 4 2 2 2 1 1 2

TO 0 2 1 2 1 3 0 4 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 0 3 1 0 1 2 4 0 0 1 0 0

Pf 3 3 3 2 3 0 1 4 2 1 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 0 3 3 1

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Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta at St. Bonav. 25 0 -7 0 -5 0 -0 Wilmington * 14 4 -7 1 -3 2 -2 Florida A&M * 29 4 -10 2 -8 4 -6 Sam Houston * 30 5 -9 3 -4 3 -6 vs. Kentucky * 20 2 -9 1 -7 0 -0 vs. Virginia * 24 3 -9 1 -7 0 -0 Wichita State * 34 7 -18 5 -11 4 -4 at Wright State * 31 3 -13 2 -8 2 -4 at Detroit * 31 5 -12 3 -8 2 -2 Wilberforce * 29 3 -11 3 -6 1 -2 Robert Morris * 32 6 -14 3 -11 2 -2 West Virginia * 27 4 -7 1 -3 2 -2 at Ohio State * 31 2 -8 1 -6 0 -0 at Kansas State * 25 1 -5 1 -4 0 -0 at Youngstown St. * 28 4 -11 1 -4 0 -2 Loyola * 37 2 -9 2 -6 0 -0 UIC * 32 4 -10 0 -4 4 -4 at Butler * 37 4 -9 2 -7 2 -2 at Valparaiso * 30 6 -15 4 -8 4 -4 Green Bay * 26 2 -10 2 -5 2 -2 Milwaukee * 35 4 -11 1 -5 0 -0 Youngstown St. * 38 4 -9 1 -3 5 -6 at UIC * 38 6 -12 2 -6 3 -3 at Loyola * 36 5 -10 1 -5 3 -3 Valparaiso * 39 4 -11 2 -5 7 -7 Butler * 28 2 -7 1 -5 4 -4 at Green Bay * 38 2 -10 1 -4 5 -5 at Milwaukee * 16 2 -9 0 -4 0 -0 Toledo DNP-INJ Detroit DNP-INJ Wright State DNP-INJ Loyola 13 1 -5 1- 3 0 -0

Pts 0 11 14 16 5 7 23 10 15 10 17 11 5 3 9 6 12 12 20 8 9 14 17 14 17 9 10 4

Reb 2 0 2 3 3 2 2 5 3 3 4 3 1 1 0 2 2 0 6 1 2 3 2 6 2 4 2 1

Ast 1 3 2 2 0 1 1 2 1 5 5 2 1 2 4 5 1 0 1 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 1 0

St 2 4 1 2 0 1 3 2 3 1 2 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 3 1 0 2 4 3 1 0

Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2011-12 Vikings • Scored 11 points with four steals vs. Wilmington (11/16/09), going four-for-seven from the field. • Became eligible at the semester break in December, 2008, as a freshman and averaged 5.2 points, starting seven times. • Averaged 5.0 points in the two NCAA Tournament games, making both three-point attempts and going four-for-six from the line. • Scored nine points in league semi-final win over Green Bay (3/7/09). • Hit a pair of three-pointers for six points in Horizon League title game win at Butler (3/10/09). • Celebrated his first career start by scoring a season high 17 points, 14 in the first half, in win over Loyola (1/8/09), going five-for-nine from the field and four-for-seven from three-point while playing 34 minutes. • Scored eight of his 10 points in the final five minutes at Detroit, helping CSU secure the victory (1/3/09). • Made his Viking debut against La Roche (12/20/08), scoring seven points with four rebounds in 18 minutes.

High School • All-CIF Division II Player of the Year as a senior at Pasadena High, playing for head coach Tim Tucker. • Averaged 28.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 8.0 assists per game as a senior to earn Player of the Year honors from the Pasadena Star-News. • Received the 2007 John Wooden Award as the top player in CIF Southern Section Division 2. • First team all-state by calhisports.com and the Division II-AA player of the year buy OCvarsity.com. • Also tabbed as the San Gabriel Valley Player of the Year and earned first team All-San Gabriel Valley honors three times. • Was named the MVP of the Glendora Holiday Tourney and the Holiday Tournament of the Rose City Classic as a senior. • Scored 25 points and handed out six assists in CIF championship game win over St. Bernard to give school its first state title since 1995. • A four-year starter on teams that won three straight league titles, ending his career with a 34-game league winning streak.

Personal Born March 24, 1989 in Pasadena, Calif…son of Brenda and Reginald Harmon…has one brother (Reginald) and one sister (Chelsea)…was tabbed as his high school’s Homecoming Prince as a freshman…chose CSU over Arizona State and Oregon State…communication major. HARMON ON THE CSU CHARTS

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE (CAREER) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Name James Madison Raheem Moss Jamaal Harris Jermaine Robinson Jeremy Montgomery Theo Dixon William Stanley Anthony Reed Greg Allen Norris Cole Trevon Harmon

Years 1996-00 2004-07 1998-02 2000-04 2008-SA 1997-02 1987-90 1990-93 1988-93 2007-11 2008-SA

3-PT FG MADE 262 171 170 163 151 146 144 143 140 139 135

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED (CAREER) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Name James Madison Jermaine Robinson Jamaal Harris Raheem Moss Norris Cole Trevon Harmon Jeremy Montgomery

Years 1996-00 2000-04 1998-02 2004-07 2007-11 2008-SA 2008-SA

3-PT FG MADE 738 525 477 476 433 429 426

2008-09 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta at Syracuse DNP-CD La Roche 18 3-8 1-4 0-0 Kent State 15 2-6 2-5 0-0 NDC 15 3-7 1-4 2-2 at Wright State 20 1-8 1-8 2-2 at Detroit 18 4-8 2-5 0-0 Loyola * 34 5-9 4-7 3-3 UIC * 17 1-4 1-4 2-2 at Green Bay * 27 1-4 0-3 3-4 at Milwaukee * 28 1-7 1-4 0-0 at Youngstown St. 11 0-3 0-2 0-0 Detroit 6 0-1 0-1 0-0 Wright State 12 2-3 2-3 2-2 at UIC 6 0-2 0-1 3-6 at Loyola 24 2-5 0-2 5-5 Milwaukee 15 1-3 1-1 1-2 Green Bay 16 1-3 0-2 2-2 Youngstown St. 14 0-2 0-2 0-0 at Wichita State 10 1-3 1-3 0-0 at Valparaiso 12 0-2 0-1 2-2 at Butler 13 1-2 0-1 2-2 Detroit 21 1-2 1-2 0-1 vs. UIC * 20 1-4 1-3 0-0 vs Green Bay * 24 3-8 2-6 1-2 at Butler * 19 2-3 2-3 0-0 Wake Forest 18 1-1 1-1 3-4 Arizona 7 1-1 1-1 1-2

Pts Reb Ast St Blk TO Pf 7 6 9 5 10 17 5 5 3 0 0 8 3 9 4 4 0 3 2 4 3 3 9 6 6 4

4 1 2 3 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 2 1 0 1

0 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0

0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2 1 0 1 0 3 1 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2

1 1 3 3 4 2 3 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 3 2 0

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Honors Candidate Jeremy Montgomery has grown into a dependable scorer and strong defender during his time at Cleveland State. He has the ability to take over games with his outside shooting and also possesses good ball handling skills. Montgomery is also strong enough and has the quickness to score off the dribble and take the ball to the basket. When he is playing well and hitting shots from the outside, the Vikings become a hard team to beat.

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RECORD WATCH • Enters final season with 988 career points, needing 12 more to become 19th player in school history to reach 1,000 points. • Ranks fifth in school history with 151 career three pointers and seventh with 426 three point attempts.

Jeremy

Montgomery

6-2 • 195 Senior • Guard Chicago, Ill. Lincoln Park H.S.

Single Game Highs Points 26 vs. Valparaiso FG 8 vs. Multiple Opponents FGA 17 vs. Multiple Opponents 3FG 6 at Butler 3FGA 11 vs. Multiple Opponents FT 8 vs. Multiple Opponents FTA 14 vs. Valparaiso Rebounds 8 vs. West Va. Tech Assists 8 vs. Toledo Steals 5 vs. Wilmington Blocks 1 vs. Multiple Opponents Minutes 40 vs. Multiple Opponents

2/3/11

1/14/10

2/3/11 12/7/10 2/20/10 11/16/09

2010-11 Season • Starter at wing guard in every game, averaging 11.6 points and 2.6 rebounds in 31.1 minutes, ranking 18th in the league in scoring. • Had his string of 21 consecutive free throws made over six games snapped vs. Wright State (3/4/11). • Led CSU with 16 points in second round win over Wright State (3/4/11), going 3-for-4 from three-point. • Keyed Horizon League first round win over UIC (3/1/11) by scoring 17 points. • Had 14 points, making four crucial free throws in the final 12 seconds in win at Wright State (2/16/11). • Scored a game-high 18 points vs. Butler (2/5/11), going 4-for-5 from three-point. • Had a career-high 26 points in win over Valparaiso (2/3/11), going 7-for-10 from the field with four treys. • Scored 13 points, going 3-for-5 from threepoint, vs. UIC in his return to his native Chicago (1/27/11). • Tallied a game-high 17 points in the win over Wright State (1/22/11), going 5-for-8 from the field. • Had 21 points vs. South Florida (12/22/10), going 8-for-17 from the field. • Flirted with a triple double with 15 points, career-high eight rebounds and seven assists vs. West Virginia Tech (12/3/10). • Poured in 20 points, on 5-for-7 shooting from three-point, in win at Milwaukee (12/4/10).

• Scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half at Green Bay (12/2/10), setting career highs for free throws made (8) and attempted (10). • Matched his season high with 18 points vs. St. Bonaventure (11/27/10), going 3-for-6 from three-point. • Had 18 points vs. Urbana (11/15/10), making all seven free throw attempts. • Keyed the comeback win over Kent State (11/14/10) by scoring all 14 of his points in the second half.

csu career • Started 20 games, including the last 19 of the year as a sophomore, seeing action in all 33 contests at wing guard. • Finished the season with 69 treys, one shy of the school record of 70 held by Damon Stringer (1999-00) and Theo Dixon (2000-01). • Edged teammate Trevon Harmon to lead the league in free throw percentage, shooting .851 (80-94). • Was third in the league in three-point field goals made (2.1), seventh in three-point percentage (.404) and 13th in scoring (12.8). • Scored 18 points, including the basket with 46 seconds that gave CSU the lead for good, in win over Wright State (2/27/10). • Tallied 14 points with a career-high eight assists vs. Toledo (2/20/10). • Scored 13 of his 18 points in the second half to help CSU rally from a 14-point deficit to defeat Milwaukee (1/24/10), going four-for-eight from three-point. • Scored 20 points with five assists at Valparaiso (1/16/10), his fourth 20-point game of the year and fifth of his career. • Set a career-high with six three-pointers at Butler (1/14/10), finishing with 22 points. • Tallied 12 of his 15 points in the second half vs. Loyola (1/9/10), including four free throws in the last minute to help CSU secure the win. • Scored 18 of his team-high 20 points in the second half at Kansas State (12/29/09). • Poured in 25 points at Ohio State (12/22/09), going five-for-eight from three-point. • Averaged 17.0 points against CSU’s four ranked opponents, going .512 from the field (21-41) and .478 from three-point (11-23). • Scored 13 points, including a game-tying basket with 13 seconds left vs. West Virginia (12/19/09).

MONTGOMERY’s Career Stats Season 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Career

G -GS Min -Avg 37 -0 515 -13.9 33 -20 941 -28.5 36 -36 1119 -31.1

FG -FGA 50 -124 136 -308 138 -349

Pct .403 .442 .395

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3G -3GA 26 -84 69 -171 56 -171

Pct .310 .404 .327

FT -FTA 23 -31 80 -94 86 -114

Pct .742 .851 .754

PTS -Avg 149 -4.0 421 -12.8 418 -11.6

REB -Avg 30 -0.8 62 -1.9 95 -2.6

Ast -Avg 35 -0.9 77 -2.3 63 -1.8

St 20 36 32

Blk 0 2 2

Dk 0 0 0

TO 36 76 72

151 -426 .354

189 -239

.791

988 -9.3

187 -1.8

175 -1.7

88

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0

184 223 -4

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2011-12 Vikings • Tallied a team-high 10 points vs. Kentucky (11/24/09), adding three steals. • Named the squad’s Freshman of the Year in 2008-09 after averaging 4.1 points and 0.9 assists in 13.9 minutes a game. • Played 27 minutes against Arizona in the NCAA Tourney (3/22/09), scoring seven points with four rebounds. • Came off the bench to score 11 points, going three-for-four from three-point, in championship game win at Butler (3/10/09). • Played 24 minutes in second round league tourney win over UIC, finishing with five points and three assists (3/6/09). • Scored a career-high 21 points, including the game-tying trey with 27 seconds left, in win at UIC (2/5/09). He was seven-for-nine from the field and five-for-seven from three-point. • Had nine points in 19 minutes vs Notre Dame College (12/27/08), going 3-for-6 from the field. • Scored seven points, on three-for-four shooting, in the win at Syracuse (12/15/08), adding a steal and an assist. • Had his breakout game vs. Toledo (11/25/08), scoring 10 points with four assists and four steals, playing 20 minutes.

High School • A third-team all-state selection as a senior at Lincoln Park High, playing for coach Tom Livatino. • Averaged 21.8 points, 6.2 rebounds and 6.0 assists, shooting .610 from the field, .872 from the line and .414 from three-point, making more than 75 treys during the year. • A three-year starter, he was named first team all-area by the Chicago Sun Times and first team All-Chicago Public League choice as a senior. • Scored over 1,000 points during his high school career. • Averaged 16.1 points a game as a junior. • Was a three-star prospect by Rivals.com. Personal Born March 11, 1989 in Chicago, Ill…. son of Randall and Renee Rachel…has one older brother, Jonathan, a junior on the basketball team at Chicago State…his cousin, JaVale McGee, is in his third season as a member of the NBA’s Washington Wizards…communication major.

MONTGOMERY ON THE CSU CHARTS

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE (CAREER) No. Name

Years

1.

James Madison

1996-00

3-PT FG MADE 262

2.

Raheem Moss

2004-07

171

3.

Jamaal Harris

1998-02

170

4.

Jermaine Robinson

2000-04

163

5.

Jeremy Montgomery

2008-SA

151

6.

Theo Dixon

1997-02

146

7.

William Stanley

1987-90

144

8.

Anthony Reed

1990-93

143

9.

Greg Allen

1988-93

140

10. Norris Cole

2007-11

139

11. Trevon Harmon

2008-SA

135

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED (CAREER) No. Name

Years

1.

James Madison

1996-00

3-PT FG MADE 738

2.

Jermaine Robinson

2000-04

525

3.

Jamaal Harris

1998-02

477

4.

Raheem Moss

2004-07

476

5.

Norris Cole

2007-11

433

6.

Trevon Harmon

2008-SA

429

7.

Jeremy Montgomery

2008-SA

426

2010-11 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta Bryant * 31 3 -8 1 -5 0 -0 Iona * 25 1 -8 0 -5 2 -2 Kent State * 35 6 -17 1 -6 1 -6 Urbana * 28 5 -9 1 -2 7 -7 at Louisiana * 37 2 -10 2 -5 0 -2 at Akron * 33 6 -15 0 -7 0 -0 St. Bonaventure * 29 5 -13 3 -6 5 -6 Robert Morris * 34 2 -9 1 -5 0 -0 at Green Bay * 37 3 -8 1 -2 8 -10 at Milwaukee * 31 6 -9 5 -7 3 -3 West Va. Tech * 27 5 -11 2 -6 3 -3 at Sam Houston * 29 2 -8 2 -5 0 -0 at West Virginia * 18 1 -7 0 -4 0 -0 South Florida * 36 8 -17 3 -8 2 -3 Loyola * 33 4 -13 1 -5 3 -3 UIC * 28 5 -11 1 -5 2 -4 at Butler * 32 2 -7 0 -1 1 -2 at Valparaiso * 33 4 -10 0 -3 0 -0 at Youngstown St. * 36 4 -10 2 -3 2 -3 Detroit * 21 0 -3 0 -3 3 -4 Wright State * 34 5 -8 3 -5 4 -4 at UIC * 38 4 -9 3 -5 2 -2 at Loyola * 31 4 -9 2 -4 0 -0 Valparaiso * 36 7 -10 4 -6 8 -14 Butler * 34 5 -6 4 -5 4 -4 at Detroit * 38 6 -13 3 -8 0 -0 Youngstown St. * 30 4 -6 1 -3 1 -2 at Wright State * 29 3 -8 1 -5 7 -8 at Old Dominion * 28 4 -12 2 -8 2 -2 Milwaukee * 38 4 -8 0 -1 4 -4 Green Bay * 36 3 -9 1 -6 0 -0 UIC * 26 6 -14 2 -6 3 -3 vs. Wright State * 30 4 -9 3 -4 5 -8 vs. Butler * 29 2 -5 0 -1 2 -3 Vermont * 31 2 -11 1 -6 2 -2 Col. Charleston * 20 1 -9 20 -5 0 -0

Pts 7 4 14 18 6 12 18 5 15 20 15 6 2 21 12 13 5 8 12 3 17 13 10 26 18 15 10 14 12 12 7 17 16 6 7 2

Reb 2 2 5 3 6 3 5 5 3 2 8 3 3 1 2 2 0 2 5 1 0 2 0 5 3 3 1 4 0 3 2 1 3 4 1 0

Ast 2 1 3 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 7 5 2 2 2 3 1 3 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 4 0 1 2 2 1

St 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 3 1 0 2 1 2 2 0

Blk 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 1 3 1 1 3 1 0 2 3 3 2 3 2 0 3 0 4 3 3 3 5 3 2 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 3 2 1 0

Pf 0 3 3 4 2 0 2 1 1 1 3 2 4 0 5 4 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 4 4 2 4

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2011-12 Vikings 2009-10 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta at St. Bonav. * 16 3 -5 3 -5 0 -0 Wilmington 24 3 -6 0 -0 7 -8 Florida A&M 25 1 -6 0 -5 0 -0 Sam Houston 19 3 -6 0 -2 0 -0 vs. Kentucky 26 3 -12 2 -6 2 -2 vs. Virginia 20 5 -8 3 -4 1 -1 Wichita State 21 0 -6 0 -2 0 -0 at Wright State 15 5 -6 1 -1 2 -2 at Detroit 28 3 -8 1 -5 4 -4 Wilberforce 23 4 -6 4 -6 0 -0 Robert Morris 14 1 -5 0 -2 2 -2 West Virginia 19 4 -6 2 -3 3 -4 at Ohio State 31 8 -13 5 -8 4 -6 at Kansas State 27 6 -10 2 -6 6 -6 at Youngstown St. * 38 4 -13 4 -11 0 -0 Loyola * 34 4 -10 3 -7 4 -5 UIC * 40 6 -11 2 -6 3 -3 at Butler * 34 8 -13 6 -9 0 -0 at Valparaiso * 40 7 -16 4 -11 2 -3 Green Bay * 32 2 -4 1 -3 5 -6 Milwaukee * 34 6 -11 4 -8 2 -2 Youngstown St. * 36 5 -12 4 -6 4 -4 at UIC * 29 5 -10 2 -5 1 -2 at Loyola * 28 4 -10 2 -5 2 -3 Valparaiso * 34 5 -11 1 -1 4 -4 Butler * 40 3 -9 0 -3 5 -6 at Green Bay * 28 3 -5 2 -3 4 -6 at Milwaukee * 34 3 -13 0 -7 0 -0 Toledo * 34 4 -11 3 -6 3 -4 Detroit * 35 3 -9 0 -4 4 -4 Wright State * 23 6 -12 4 -7 2 -2 Loyola * 22 4 -8 2 -6 1 -2 vs. Milwaukee * 35 3 -9 0 -4 4 -4

Pts 9 13 2 6 10 14 0 13 11 12 4 13 25 20 12 15 17 22 20 10 18 18 13 12 15 11 12 6 14 10 18 11 10

Reb 1 0 3 0 1 1 4 0 1 4 3 1 1 3 4 3 1 2 3 3 0 0 3 1 3 0 0 3 3 3 2 2 3

Ast 2 4 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 7 0 1 2 1 2 2 5 1 5 2 2 1 4 1 1 1 0 3 8 7 4 4 7

St 0 5 1 0 3 0 1 1 1 2 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 0 1 2 2 1 2

Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

TO 1 2 1 0 3 0 0 2 6 4 0 0 1 6 1 1 8 2 6 4 1 5 0 1 3 1 4 1 3 3 3 2 4

Pf 1 3 4 0 3 1 0 4 4 1 3 4 2 2 2 3 2 4 5 4 4 3 3 2 3 4 5 5 1 4 4 2 4

TO 0 0 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 3 0 1 1 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1

F 0 1 1 1 3 2 0 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 4 0 2 2 1 3 4 1 3 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 3 3 0

2008-09 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta Oakland 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 at Washington 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 Kansas State 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 vs. Saint Leo 11 1-3 0-1 1-1 vs. Toledo 20 4-6 1-3 1-1 at FIU 14 2-5 2-5 1-2 Valparaiso 19 2-7 1-6 1-2 Butler 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 at West Virginia 11 0-2 0-2 1-2 at Marist 14 1-2 1-2 0-0 at Syracuse 16 3-4 1-2 0-0 La Roche 19 2-6 1-5 0-0 Kent State 11 0-1 0-1 0-0 NDC 19 3-6 1-3 2-4 at Wright State 16 0-1 0-1 0-0 at Detroit 16 0-1 0-1 0-0 Loyola 26 3-6 2-4 0-0 UIC 20 3-7 1-2 2-3 at Green Bay 19 1-5 1-5 2-2 at Milwaukee 15 1-5 1-4 4-4 at Youngstown St. 15 2-6 0-4 0-0 Detroit 15 3-4 2-2 0-0 Wright State 25 0-4 0-4 4-4 at UIC 26 7-9 5-7 2-2 at Loyola 13 0-2 0-1 0-0 Milwaukee 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 Green Bay 5 0-1 0-1 0-1 Youngstown St. 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 at Wichita State 7 1-2 1-2 0-0 at Valparaiso 5 0-1 0-1 2-2 at Butler 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 Detroit 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 vs. UIC 24 2-4 1-3 0-0 vs Green Bay 21 2-7 0-3 0-0 at Butler 21 4-6 3-4 0-1 Wake Forest 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 Arizona 27 3-8 1-5 0-0

Pts 0 0 0 3 10 7 6 0 1 3 7 5 0 9 0 0 8 9 5 7 4 8 4 21 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 5 1 11 0 7

Reb 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 5 3 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 4

Ast 0 0 1 2 4 2 1 1 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0

St 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2011-12 Vikings The most experienced post player on the roster, Aaron Pogue is the big man that most teams covet as he can change games on both ends of the court. A skilled back-to-the-basket player, Pogue can use his size and strength to score around the basket. He is also a skilled passer that can get others involved in the offense when double teams come his way. Pogue gives the Vikings an interior presence on the defensive end with the ability to control the glass and block shots.

2010-11 Season • Started every game at center, averaging 8.2 points and 6.1 rebounds in 25.1 minutes. • Was sixth in the league in field goal percentage (.516) and eighth in offensive rebounding (2.6) and rebounding. • Scored 13 points with 14 rebounds in NIT second round game against College of Charleston (3/19/11) for his third double-double of season. • Had a career-high 18 points, going 8-for-10 from the field, in win at Wright State (2/16/11). • Scored 15 points with eight rebounds at Detroit (2/7/11), setting a career-high with seven free throws made. • Scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds at Loyola (1/29/11), his second double-double of the season. • Tallied 15 points, on 6-for-6 shooting, with eight rebounds in win over Wright State (1/22/11). • Matched his career high with 16 points vs. Loyola (12/30/10), going 8-for-11 from the field and adding 12 rebounds for his second career double-double. • Had14 points with six rebounds at West Virginia (12/18/10), going 5-for-8 from the field. • Had 10 points and nine rebounds to key win over Robert Morris (11/29/10). • Tallied 10 points with nine rebounds vs. St. Bonaventure (11/27/10). • Scored 13 points, including 10 in the first half, at Louisiana (11/19/10), going 5-for-6 from the field.

44 POGUE Aaron

6-9 • 270 Senior • Forward Dayton, Ohio Dunbar H.S.

Single Game Highs Points 16 vs. Multiple Opponents FG 8 vs. Multiple Opponents FGA 13 vs. College of Charleston 3/19/11 3FG 3FGA FT 7 at Detroit 2/7/11 FTA 15 vs. Vermont 3/15/11 Rebounds 16 vs. Youngstown State 1/2/10 Assists 5 vs. UIC 1/9/10 Steals 4 vs. South Florida 12/22/10 Blocks 4 vs. Valparaiso 2/11/10 Minutes 37 vs. Virginia 11/25/09

CSU CAREER • Started every game at center as a sophomore, averaging 6.3 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 22.2 minutes. • Was 24-9 in winning jump balls to start the game, including a 12-6 record in league games. • Was 10th in the league in rebounding, 11th in offensive rebounding (1.9) and 13th in defensive rebounding (3.5). • Scored 13 points with seven rebounds in Horizon League tournament win over Loyola (3/2/10).

• Scored six points with eight rebounds and a career high five assists vs. UIC (1/9/10). • Pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds at Youngstown State (1/2/10). • Scored 11 points with five rebounds vs. West Virginia (12/19/09). • Had 10 rebounds at Detroit (12/5/09). • Tallied a career-high 16 points vs. Wichita State (11/28/09), adding nine rebounds and going six-for-seven from the line. • Had 13 points vs. Virginia (11/25/09), going five-for-five from the field with four assists and two blocks. • Had first career double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds vs. Florida A&M (11/19/09). • Had 11 points and nine rebounds in his CSU debut at St. Bonaventure (11/13/09). • Joined the program in the fall of 2008 and redshirted during the 2008-09 season.

Junior College • Played one season at Vincennes College, playing for coach Everick Sullivan. • Averaged 7.1 points and 5.6 rebounds a game, starting in 14 of the 21 games that he played in. High School • Two-time all-state selection at Dunbar High, playing for coach Peter Pullen. • Averaged 14.0 points and 14.7 rebounds as a senior to earn honorable mention all-state kudos, helping team to its second straight state title. • Grabbed 382 rebounds as a senior (143 offensive), including 15 or more boards 13 times. • Started at center on teams that compiled a 50-6 record during his final two seasons, including a 26-2 record and state title as a junior. • Averaged 18 points and 12 rebounds as a junior to receive honorable mention all-state honors. • Also earned first team all-area honors in each of his last two seasons. • Named one of the Top 12 seniors in Ohio by Rick Bolus and the No. 2 power forward in the state by prespotlightcom. • Heading into his junior year, he was rated as the third best prospect in Ohio, behind O.J. Mayo and Bill Walker. PERSONAL Born Nov. 12, 1987 in Dayton, Ohio…son of Sharita Pogue and Ronald Brown…has one brother and one sister…sociology major.

pogue’s Career Stats Season G -GS Min -Avg 2009-10 33 -33 731 -22.2 2010-11 36 -36 902 -25.1

Career

FG -FGA Pct 75 -137 .547

111 -215 .516 69 -69 1633 -23.7 186 -352 .528

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3G -3GA Pct 0 -0 ­—

0 -0 0 -0

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FT -FTA 59 -113

Pct .522

PTS -Avg 209 -6.3

REB -Avg 179 -5.4

Ast -Avg 40 -1.2

St 17

Blk 17

Dk 16

TO 66

74 -147 133 -260

.503 .512

296 -8.2 505 -7.3

221 -6.1 400 -5.8

24 -0.7 64 -0.9

26 43

23 40

16 32

67 139 -6 133 267 -15

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PF -D 128 -9

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2011-12 Vikings 2010-11 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta Bryant * 33 2 -4 0 -0 5 -8 Iona * 30 4 -7 0 -0 3 -3 Kent State * 32 4 -10 0 -0 1 -4 Urbana * 8 0 -3 0 -0 1 -2 at Louisiana * 29 5 -6 0 -0 3 -4 at Akron * 23 1 -6 0 -0 1 -5 St. Bonaventure * 25 5 -11 0 -0 0 -0 Robert Morris * 36 4 -8 0 -0 2 -3 at Green Bay * 14 1 -1 0 -0 0 -2 at Milwaukee * 19 3 -4 0 -0 2 -6 West Va. Tech * 20 2 -5 0 -0 3 -4 at Sam Houston * 16 1 -2 0 -0 1 -4 at West Virginia * 23 5 -8 0 -0 4 -5 South Florida * 30 2 -8 0 -0 1 -4 Loyola * 28 8 -11 0 -0 0 -2 UIC * 17 1 -6 0 -0 1 -3 at Butler * 32 4 -6 0 -0 3 -6 at Valparaiso * 20 5 -7 0 -0 2 -6 at Youngstown St. * 26 2 -7 0 -0 0 -0 Detroit * 20 1 -4 0 -0 3 -6 Wright State * 26 6 -6 0 -0 3 -5 at UIC * 19 0 -3 0 -0 0 -2 at Loyola * 30 5 -9 0 -0 2 -6 Valparaiso * 16 3 -5 0 -0 0 -1 Butler * 27 2 -4 0 -0 2 -4 at Detroit * 32 4 -5 0 -0 7 -8 Youngstown St. * 32 3 -7 0 -0 4 -4 at Wright State * 34 8 -10 0 -0 2 -6 at Old Dominion * 29 1 -4 0 -0 0 -1 Milwaukee * 18 1 -3 0 -0 0 -2 Green Bay * 22 5 -5 0 -0 2 -3 UIC * 24 2 -5 0 -0 6 -7 vs. Wright State * 24 0 -1 0 -0 4 -4 vs. Butler * 21 2 -5 0 -0 0 -1 Vermont * 31 3 -6 0 -0 5 -15 Col. Charleston * 36 6 -13 0 -0 1 -1

Pts 9 11 9 1 13 3 10 10 2 8 7 3 14 5 16 3 11 12 4 5 15 0 12 6 6 15 10 18 2 2 12 10 4 4 11 13

Reb 6 4 9 3 6 6 9 9 4 4 7 7 6 8 12 5 4 7 6 4 8 3 10 6 6 8 4 3 7 6 3 3 4 2 8 14

Ast 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 1

St 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2

Blk 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 1

TO 4 2 2 2 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 3 3 2 2 0 3 1 2 2 3 2 2 1 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 0 1

Pf 3 4 5 4 4 3 4 3 5 4 3 4 5 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 5 5 5 4 4 3 2

TO 4 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 3 0 1 3 3 2 3 2 5 5 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 5 0 3 2 2 1 3

Pf 4 3 3 4 5 2 4 5 5 4 4 5 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 4 4 4 4 1 2 5 1 4 4 5 3 4 5

2009-10 Game-by-Game Statistics

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Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta at St. Bonav. * 26 4 -8 0 -0 3 -5 Wilmington * 19 2 -2 0 -0 2 -4 Florida A&M * 35 4 -8 0 -0 3 -8 Sam Houston * 23 1 -5 0 -0 2 -2 vs. Kentucky * 21 1 -4 0 -0 1 -3 vs. Virginia * 37 5 -5 0 -0 3 -6 Wichita State * 33 5 -9 0 -0 6 -7 at Wright State * 19 2 -4 0 -0 0 -1 at Detroit * 26 1 -4 0 -0 1 -2 Wilberforce * 15 2 -5 0 -0 3 -5 Robert Morris * 29 0 -3 0 -0 3 -9 West Virginia * 24 3 -5 0 -0 5 -8 at Ohio State * 21 1 -2 0 -0 2 -2 at Kansas State * 26 1 -3 0 -0 0 -3 at Youngstown St. * 24 2 -4 0 -0 3 -5 Loyola * 16 2 -4 0 -0 0 -0 UIC * 28 3 -4 0 -0 0 -0 at Butler * 30 2 -5 0 -0 2 -3 at Valparaiso * 9 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 Green Bay * 22 5 -6 0 -0 1 -3 Milwaukee * 24 2 -4 0 -0 3 -4 Youngstown St. * 10 3 -4 0 -0 2 -2 at UIC * 22 4 -5 0 -0 0 -2 at Loyola * 6 0 -2 0 -0 0 -0 Valparaiso * 15 1 -4 0 -0 1 -2 Butler * 13 1 -2 0 -0 1 -2 at Green Bay * 28 5 -6 0 -0 2 -4 at Milwaukee * 23 3 -7 0 -0 0 -1 Toledo * 14 1 -1 0 -0 1 -2 Detroit * 27 2 -2 0 -0 0 -4 Wright State * 28 2 -3 0 -0 4 -6 Loyola * 23 4 -6 0 -0 5 -8 vs. Milwaukee * 15 1 -1 0 -0 0 -0

Pts 11 6 11 4 5 13 16 4 3 7 3 11 4 2 7 4 6 6 0 11 7 8 8 0 3 3 12 6 3 4 8 13 2

Reb 9 1 10 6 3 4 9 5 10 7 6 5 5 3 16 3 8 6 0 4 5 4 7 1 2 3 7 8 5 2 5 7 2

Ast 1 2 2 2 1 4 1 2 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 3 5 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 3 0 0

St 0 2 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

Blk 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

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2011-12 Vikings Tim Kamczyc has a knack for doing all the little things that don’t show up in the box score, but help the Vikings keep winning - diving for loose balls, setting screens, playing defense and rebounding in traffic. A tough, hard-nosed player who can play inside and outside, Kamczyc has emerged as a formidable front line player, getting stronger and quicker every year. Kamczyc is very active around the basket and has worked hard on his outside shooting to the point he can draw his defender away from the basket with his ability to knock down the three-point shot.

33 KAMCZYC Tim

6-7 • 220 Junior • Forward Strongsville, Ohio Strongsville H.S.

Single Game Highs Points 20 vs. Milwaukee FG 7 vs. Milwaukee FGA 11 vs. Butler 3FG 3 vs. Multiple Opponents 3FGA 6 vs. Multiple Opponents FT 6 vs. Butler FTA 6 vs. Butler Rebounds 8 vs. Butler Assists 5 vs. Multiple Opponents Steals 3 vs. Multiple Opponents Blocks 2 vs. Youngstown State Minutes 39 at Wright State

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2/5/11 2/5/11 3/5/11

1/30/10 2/16/11

2010-11 Season • Started all 36 games, averaging 5.9 points and 3.7 rebounds. • Tallied seven points with six rebounds and two steals in NIT second round game against College of Charleston (3/19/11). • Scored nine points, all in the second half, in second round league tourney win over Wright State (3/4/11). • Was a perfect 4-for-4 from the field, including a pair of three-pointers, to score 10 points in win at Wright State (2/16/11). • Scored 12 points vs. Butler (2/5/11), setting career highs for free throws made (6) and attempted (6). • Tallied 11 points at Loyola (1/29/11), going three-for-five from three-point. • Scored all 10 of his points in the second half vs. Detroit (1/20/11), going three-for-three from the field with a pair of treys. • Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds vs. UIC (1/1/11). • Tallied 10 points with five rebounds at Akron (11/23/10). • Keyed comeback win over Kent State (11/14/10) by scoring 13 points with five rebounds. csu career • Key member of the Viking rotation inside, averaging 3.7 points and 2.6 rebounds in 16.5 minutes as a freshman in 2009-10. • Led all regulars by shooting .568 from the field (42-74), while also going six-for12 from three-point (.500) and 32-for-44 from the line (.725). • Started the last five games at power forward, averaging 11.2 points and 5.2 rebounds as a starter, shooting .690 from the field (20-29) and .764 from the line (13-17).

• Exploded for a career-high 20 points with six rebounds in Horizon League tourney game vs. Milwaukee, going seven-for-10 from the field and three-for-five from three-point. • Tallied 11 points with seven rebounds in 35 minutes in regular season ending win over Wright State. • Reached double figures for the first time in career vs. Toledo (2/20/10), scoring 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting from both the field and the line. • Blocked a potential game-winning shot by Milwaukee’s Ja’ Rob McCallum with 1.1 seconds left to preserve the win (1/21/10). • Had seven points and four rebounds in Viking debut at St. Bonaventure (11/13/09). • Joined the program as a walk-on after impressing the coaching staff with his high energy style of play, earning a scholarship for the 2009-10 campaign. • Redshirted during the 2008-09 season, spending time on the scout team and helping the Vikings prepare for opponents by emulating their style of play. • Recipient of the team’s Academic Award at the end of the season banquet.

High School • A special mention all-state pick as a senior at Strongsville High, playing for coach Joe Lynch. • Ranked as one of the top 65 players in the state as a senior after averaging 26.1 points in a game. • First team all-district pick in basketball as a senior. • A three year starter in football, he earned second team all-state kudos as a quarterback after throwing for over 2,000 yards as a senior. • Completed 135 of 213 passes for 2,119 yards as a senior to rank 18th in the state in passing yardage. • Was a three-star prospect in football by Rivals. com. Personal Born Jan. 8, 1990 in Strongsville, Ohio. . . son of Tim and Loraine Kamczyc. . . has two younger brothers, Tyler and Al. . . is the 2010-11 recipient of the Dan Avis Scholarship. . . was a member of the business club in high school. . . business administration major.

kamczyc’s Career Stats Season G -GS Min -Avg 2009-10 33 -5 543 -16.5 2010-11 36 -36 1041 -28.9 Career

FG -FGA Pct 42 -74 .568

3G -3GA Pct 6 -12 .500

FT -FTA 32 -44

Pct .727

PTS -Avg 122 -3.7

REB -Avg 86 -2.6

Ast -Avg 15 -0.5

St 8

Blk 4

Dk 1

TO 19

PF -D 58 -0

74 -171 .433

33 -80 .413

30 -43

.698

211 -5.9

133 -3.7

53 -1.5

33

9

0

45

96 -3

69 -41 1584 -23.0 116 -245 .473

39 -92 .424

62 -87

.713

333 -4.8

219 -3.2

68 -1.0

41

13

1

64 154 -3

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2011-12 Vikings 2010-11 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta Bryant * 31 0 -1 0 -0 1 -2 Iona * 16 1 -1 1 -1 2 -2 Kent State * 30 5 -8 1 -2 2 -4 Urbana * 17 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 at Louisiana * 37 1 -6 0 -3 0 -0 at Akron * 32 4 -10 1 -2 1 -1 St. Bonaventure * 25 1 -5 0 -3 1 -2 Robert Morris * 30 0 -2 0 -1 0 -0 at Green Bay * 20 1 -1 1 -1 0 -0 at Milwaukee * 33 4 -7 1 -2 0 -0 West Va. Tech * 20 1 -2 0 -0 0 -0 at Sam Houston * 24 1 -1 0 -0 2 -2 at West Virginia * 34 3 -4 1 -1 0 -1 South Florida * 19 1 -3 1 -3 0 -0 Loyola * 27 1 -6 1 -3 1 -2 UIC * 29 1 -4 0 -1 0 -0 at Butler * 21 3 -7 1 -2 0 -0 at Valparaiso * 32 1 -8 0 -2 4 -4 at Youngstown St. * 34 3 -9 0 -3 0 -0 Detroit * 18 3 -3 2 -2 2 -4 Wright State * 24 1 -1 1 -1 2 -2 at UIC * 37 2 -4 2 -4 0 -2 at Loyola * 36 4 -8 3 -6 0 -0 Valparaiso * 25 2 -3 1 -1 1 -2 Butler * 33 2 -9 2 -6 6 -6 at Detroit * 27 3 -5 2 -3 0 -0 Youngstown St. * 33 2 -6 1 -3 3 -4 at Wright State * 39 4 -4 2 -2 0 -0 at Old Dominion * 25 0 -4 0 -2 0 -0 Milwaukee * 34 3 -6 1 -4 0 -1 Green Bay * 27 3 -5 2 -3 0 -0 UIC * 37 2 -4 0 -0 1 -1 vs. Wright State * 35 3 -4 2 -2 1 -1 vs. Butler * 36 3 -11 1 -6 0 -0 Vermont * 29 2 -4 1 -2 0 -0 Col. Charleston * 35 3 -5 1 -3 0 -0

Pts 1 5 13 0 2 10 3 0 3 9 2 4 7 3 4 2 7 6 6 10 5 6 11 6 12 8 8 10 0 7 8 5 9 7 5 7

Reb 5 6 5 6 3 5 4 0 0 3 1 6 2 2 2 7 5 6 4 3 3 5 4 1 6 2 7 3 2 1 0 5 4 8 1 6

Ast 1 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 3 3 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 4 5 2 1 0 1 3 2 1 1 2 1 2 5 0

St 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 3 0 1 0 2 3 2

Blk 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

TO 2 4 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 1 4 1

Pf 1 0 2 4 3 0 3 3 5 2 0 2 2 3 0 4 5 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 1 4 3 1 2 5 4 3 2 4 2 3

TO 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 1

Pf 3 1 4 3 3 1 3 2 0 2 0 0 3 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 2 3 1 2 0 1 0 2 4 4 4

2009-10 Game-by-Game Statistics

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Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta at St. Bonav. 30 3 -6 0 -0 1 -1 Wilmington 16 2 -4 0 -1 2 -3 Florida A&M 20 0 -2 0 -1 4 -4 Sam Houston 14 1 -2 0 -0 1 -2 vs. Kentucky 13 0 -2 0 -0 2 -2 vs. Virginia 8 1 -2 1 -1 0 -0 Wichita State 7 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 at Wright State 19 1 -2 0 -1 0 -0 at Detroit 3 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 Wilberforce 16 3 -3 1 -1 0 -1 Robert Morris 11 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 West Virginia 15 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 at Ohio State 9 1 -1 1 -1 0 -0 at Kansas State 5 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 at Youngstown St. 11 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 Loyola 13 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 UIC 12 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 at Butler 4 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 at Valparaiso 7 1 -2 0 -0 0 -0 Green Bay 12 1 -2 0 -0 1 -2 Milwaukee 16 1 -2 0 -0 0 -0 Youngstown St. 19 0 -2 0 -0 2 -4 at UIC 21 3 -3 0 -0 0 -0 at Loyola 14 0 -0 0 -0 2 -2 Valparaiso 22 2 -3 0 -0 3 -4 Butler 7 0 -0 0 -0 1 -2 at Green Bay 2 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 at Milwaukee 22 2 -4 0 -0 0 -0 Toledo * 27 4 -5 0 -0 4 -5 Detroit * 37 3 -4 0 -1 0 -0 Wright State * 35 4 -7 0 -0 3 -3 Loyola * 31 2 -3 0 -0 3 -5 vs. Milwaukee * 38 7 -10 3 -5 3 -4

Pts 7 6 4 3 2 3 0 2 0 7 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 2 6 2 7 1 1 4 12 6 11 7 20

Reb 4 3 3 5 4 1 2 1 2 4 1 0 0 1 2 1 5 1 3 2 4 5 1 0 2 1 2 1 4 5 7 4 6

Ast 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

St 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0

Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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2011-12 Vikings Devon Long is ready to showcase his skills. Featuring with the unique combination of power, strength and athleticism, Long has the ability to score around the basket, while also dominating on the glass at both ends of the court. He likes to play with his back to the basket and has a variety of post moves to finish around the rim. He has worked hard to redefine his body type, which will help him fit into the up-tempo, pressure defense system.

2010-11 season • Played in 17 games, averaging 2.0 points and 0.9 rebounds in 5.1 minutes. • Shot .600 from the field (15-25). • Had six points, on 3-for-4 shooting, vs. UIC (1/1/11). • Scored six points, on three-for-four shooting, in 10 minutes vs. Loyola (12/30/10). • Went 2-for-3 from the field for four points vs. St. Bonaventure (11/27/10). • Scored a career-high 13 points with six rebounds in 19 minutes in win over Urbana (11/15/20).

4 Long Devon

6-7 • 260 Sophomore • Forward Highland Park, Mich. Crockett H.S.

Single Game Highs Points 13 vs. Urbana FG 5 vs. Urbana FGA 9 vs. Urbana 3FG 0 3FGA 0 FT 3 vs. Urbana FTA 6 vs. Urbana Rebounds 6 vs. Urbana Assists 1 at Milwaukee Steals 1 vs. Urbana Blocks 1 vs. Multiple Opponents Minutes 19 vs. Urbana

HIGH SCHOOL • Two-time all-state choice at Crockett High, playing for coach Juan Rickman.

• Averaged 18.0 points and 13.0 rebounds as a senior to help Crockett to an 18-5 record and earn first team all-state honors. • Was chosen as the league MVP after finishing as one of the top five scorers in the conference. • Earned the distinction of being the best big man in the city in 2009-10. • Three-time all-league selection, earning first team honors as both junior and senior. • Also averaged 18 points and 13 rebounds as a junior to receive all-state kudos. • Voted the team’s most improved player as a freshman. • Was named to the all-tournament team as a sophomore at the Buckeye Prep Invitational, helping the Detroit All- Stars to a second place finish. • Was ranked as the second best center and ninth best player in the state as a senior by Prep Spotlight.

Personal Born Dec. 9, 1990 in Highland Park, Mich… son of Darwin Lewis and Darnetta Long… has two brothers (Derrick and Darren) and one sister (Diamond)… is undecided on a major.

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11/15/10 11/15/10 11/15/10 12/4/10 11/15/10 11/15/10

LONG’s Career Stats Season G -GS Min -Avg 2010-11 17 -0 84 -4.9 Career

17 -0

84 -4.9

FG -FGA Pct

FT -FTA

Pct

PTS -Avg

REB -Avg

Ast -Avg

St

Blk

Dk

TO

PF -D

15 -25

.600

0 -0

---

4 -8

.500

34 -2.0

15 -0.9

1 -0.1

1

4

1

4

18 -1

15 -25

.600

0 -0

---

4 -8

.500

34 -2.0

15 -0.9

1 -0.1

1

4

1

4

18 -1

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2011-12 Vikings 2010-11 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta Pts Reb Bryant 4 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 Iona 2 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 Kent State DNP -CD Urbana 19 5 -9 0 -0 3 -6 13 6 at Louisiana DNP-CD at Akron 3 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 St. Bonaventure 4 2 -3 0 -0 0 -0 4 1 Robert Morris 1 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 at Green Bay DNP-CD at Milwaukee 9 0 -1 0 -0 1 -2 1 0 West Va. Tech 11 1 -1 0 -0 0 -0 2 3 at Sam Houston DNP-CD at West Virginia 2 1 -1 0 -0 0 -0 2 0 South Florida DNP-CD Loyola 10 3 -4 0 -0 0 -0 6 1 UIC 10 3 -4 0 -0 0 -0 6 1 at Butler 3 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 at Valparaiso DNP-CD at Youngstown St. 3 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 1 Detroit DNP-CD Wright State 2 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 at UIC DNP-CD at Loyola DNP-CD Valparaiso DNP-CD Butler DNP-CD at Detroit DNP-CD Youngstown St. 1 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 at Wright State DNP-CD at Old Dominion DNP-CD Milwaukee 0+ 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 2 Green Bay DNP-CD UIC 0+ 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 vs. Wright State DNP-CD vs. Butler DNP-CD Vermont DNP-CD Col. Charleston DNP-CD

Ast St Blk TO Pf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

1

1

1 3

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 1 1

0 1 1 0 0 2

1 0

0 0

1 0

0 5 0 1

0

0

0

0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 2 2 0 0 1

0

0

0

0 1

0

0

0

0 0

0

0

0

0 1

0

0

0

0 0

0

0

0

0 0

*denotes games started

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2011-12 Vikings Luda Ndaye is exactly the type of post player that Gary Waters likes on his roster. He has the physical attributes and strength to provide a scoring punch around the basket and can also be a defensive stopper with his length and athleticism. A long, athletic post player, he gives the Vikings a shotblocking and rebounding defensive presence and will help solidify the CSU interior. He also has the offensive skills around the basket, playing both facing or with his back to the basket.

2010-11 season • Received action in 35 games, averaging 1.1 points and 1.5 rebounds in 8.6 minutes. • Matched his career high with seven points at UIC (1/27/11), adding a career-best three blocked shots. • Set career highs for points (7) and rebounds (7) with two blocks in win over South Florida (12/22/10). • Scored five points vs. West Virginia Tech (12/7/10), making first career three-pointer. • Sparked CSU in the second half vs. St. Bonaventure (11/27/10), scoring two points with four rebounds, a block and a steal. • Grabbed five rebounds vs. Urbana (11/15/10). • Connected on three consecutive shots for six points against Iona (11/13/10).

24 Ndaye LudA

6-9 • 230 Sophomore • Forward Montreal, Quebec Westwind Prep

Single Game Highs Points 7 vs. Multiple Opponents FG 3 vs. Multiple Opponents FGA 4 vs. Multiple Opponents 3FG 1 vs. Multiple Opponents 3FGA 2 vs. Multiple Opponents FT 2 vs. West Va. Tech FTA 4 vs. West Va. Tech Rebounds 7 vs. South Florida Assists 1 vs. Multiple Opponents Steals 2 at Akron Blocks 3 at UIC Minutes 19 vs. South Florida

Personal Born May 18, 1990 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo… son of Laurent Ndaye and Nathalie Ngalula… is the youngest of six children, having two brothers (Armel and Jean Paul) and three sisters (Christelle, Angel, and Lysett)… volunteered time in high school working with individuals with mental illnesses… health science major.

HIGH SCHOOL • Averaged 13.0 points, 9.2 rebounds in his only season at Westwind (AZ) Prep, playing for head coach Bobby Bossman. • One of four players to earn Division 1 scholarships off his team. • While he attended St. Mary Secondary School in Ontario, he was a member of the National Elite Development Academy (NEDA) during his junior and senior seasons, representing Canada in international tournaments in France and Germany. • Was ranked ninth among the top power forwards in Canada in 2008-09 by The Thomas Report. • Prior to joining NEDA, he played two seasons at CEPEQ, earning team MVP honors as a sophomore in 2006-07.

12/7/10 12/7/10 12/22/10 11/24/10 1/27/11 12/22/10

NDAYE’s Career Stats Season G -GS Min -Avg 2010-11 35 -0 301 -8.6 Career

35 -0

301 -8.6

FG -FGA Pct

FT -FTA

Pct

PTS -Avg

REB -Avg

Ast -Avg

St

Blk

Dk

TO

PF -D

15 -41

.366

2 -9

.222

6 -15

.400

38 -1.1

53 -1.5

6 -0.2

8

14

1

12

58 -0

15 -41

.366

2 -9

.222

6 -15

.400

38 -1.1

53 -1.5

6 -0.2

8

14

1

12

58 -0

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2011-12 Vikings 2010-11 Game-by-Game Statistics Opponent Min Fg-Fga 3g-3ga Ft-Fta Pts Reb Bryant 7 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 1 Iona 8 3 -3 0 -0 0 -0 6 1 Kent State 3 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 Urbana 13 0 -1 0 -0 0 -2 0 5 at Louisiana DNP-CD at Akron 6 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 2 St. Bonaventure 7 1 -1 0 -0 0 -0 2 4 Robert Morris 4 0 -0 0 -0 1 -2 1 1 at Green Bay 3 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 at Milwaukee 5 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 2 West Va. Tech 12 1 -2 1 -2 2 -4 5 0 at Sam Houston 4 1 -1 1 -1 0 -0 3 0 at West Virginia 4 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 South Florida 19 3 -4 0 -0 1 -2 7 7 Loyola 9 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 UIC 6 0 -2 0 -1 0 -0 0 1 at Butler 9 0 -4 0 -2 0 -1 0 2 at Valparaiso 5 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 1 at Youngstown St. 7 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 1 Detroit 17 1 -2 0 -0 0 -0 2 1 Wright State 12 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 2 at UIC 14 3 -4 0 -0 1 -2 7 3 at Loyola 5 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 3 Valparaiso 18 1 -3 0 -1 1 -2 3 2 Butler 5 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 at Detroit 1 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 Youngstown St. 9 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 at Wright State 7 0 -2 0 -0 0 -0 0 1 at Old Dominion 18 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 Milwaukee 14 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 2 Green Bay 13 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 3 UIC 12 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 2 vs. Wright State 7 1 -2 0 -1 0 -0 2 1 vs. Butler 5 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 0 Vermont 8 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 5 Col. Charleston 5 0 -1 0 -1 0 -0 0 0 0

Ast 0 1 0 0

St 0 1 0 0

Blk 0 0 0 1

TO 0 1 0 1

Pf 1 3 0 2

0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

1 4 0 0 4 2 0 0 3 2 1 2 0 2 2 4 4 1 3 1 0 0 3 2 4 1 1 2 2 0

*denotes games started

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2011-12 Vikings Sebastian Douglas is eager to get out on the court and showcase his skills. After missing last season with a knee injury, Douglas has worked hard to get back into top shape and will fight for minutes in the backcourt this year. He has all the skills that Gary Waters covets in a floor leader and also has the ability to lead off the court. Capable of playing either of the guard spots, Douglas can score in a myriad of ways, which include creating opportunities for himself off the dribble or hitting the mid to long range jumper.

2010-11 season • Sat out the year as a medical redshirt after injuring his knee during the spring of 2010.

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6-4 • 200 Freshman • Guard Houston, Texas Bellaire H.S.

High School • First team all-league choice at Bellaire High, playing for coach Bruce Glover. • Averaged 14.0 points, 6.1 assists and 2.1 steals per game as a senior. • Team was ranked as high as No. 5 in the country by the USA Today, finishing the year as the No. 6 squad in the southwest. • Helped team to the Texas McDonald’s Invitational title, earning tourney defensive player of the tournament honors. • Served as team co-captain as a senior.

Anton Grady is the next in a long line of Cleveland area high school students to come to CSU. He is the stretch forward that Gary Waters covets in his system of play with the ability to change the game on both ends of the court. He has the height and athleticism to be a difference maker on both ends of the court, while his ability to step out and hit the mid-range jumper can create match-up problems for opposing defenses. In addition, he can also drive to basket with his quickness. Blessed with a tremendous amount of athleticism, Grady is an excellent rebounder and has great timing when going up to block shots.

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6-8 • 215 Freshman • Forward Cleveland, Ohio Central Catholic

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High School • Earned first team All-Ohio honors and was Division III co-Player of the Year as a senior, averaging 22.3 points, 14.8 rebounds, 4.4 blocks and 3.8 assists per game. • Led squad to state runner-up finish as a senior, earning spot on Plain Dealer All Star team. • Put together one of the most dominating performances in state tournament history, totaling 26 points, 22 rebounds, seven blocked shots and three assists in semifinal win as a senior. • Averaged 13.5 points, 7.1 rebounds and 5.1 blocks as a junior, helping team to regionals.

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• Was selected as the Houston Chronicle Player of the Week during the postseason as a senior after averaging 22 points in five tournament games. • Ranked as the No. 51 player in Texas by Hoop Scoop. • Averaged 16.9 points, 4.2 rebounds, 2.2 assists to earn first team all-league honors as a junior at Houston’s DeKaney High. • Injured his knee while playing in a charity game for Bellaire teammate Tobi Oyedeji, a Texas A&M signee who was killed in a car accident on prom night last spring. • Lettered in track as a junior, competing in the high jump and long jump and owning personal bests of 6-3 and 23-6, respectively.

Personal Born Sept. 10, 1991 in Jamaica, moving to the United States when he was one. . . son of Michael Douglas and Locresha Hutchinson. . . is the oldest of nine children, having three brothers (Anthony, Joseph and Michael) and five sisters (Fiona, Lily, Cheyenne, Felicia & Shilo). . . was a member of the academic honor roll as both a sophomore and junior in high school. . . volunteered time working in a Houston area children’s hospital. . . international business major.

• Missed part of his junior season due to injury. • Named third team All-Ohio as a sophomore, averaging 11.6 points, 12.0 rebounds and 8.0 blocks per night, helping team to state title. • Played on four sectional championship teams, three district championship squads, two regional championship teams, one state title team and another that finished as the state runner-up. • Rated as the fourth best prospect in Ohio by ESPN.com and earned three stars from ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com heading into senior year. • Tallied 28 points and nine rebounds in Division III/IV Ohio North-South Classic.

Personal Born April 19, 1992, in Cleveland, Ohio... son of Eric Gould... nephew of NBA player Earl Boykins, who played for CSU head coach Gary Waters at Eastern Michigan.

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2011-12 Vikings Charles Lee is an attacking point guard who is lightning quick with or without the ball in his hands. He likes to push the ball at high speeds and can control the tempo of a game. He has the ability to create scoring opportunities for his teammates and can also knock down shots when he is in the flow. Lee is also a defensive stopper, pestering opposing ballhandlers with his outstanding quickness on the ball defensively. In short, Lee has the complete skill set: a good offensive game, outstanding passer and superior defender.

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High School • Played sophomore and junior seasons at Hamilton H.S. in Milwaukee before transferring to Huntington Prep (W. Va.) for his final season. • Helped lead Huntington Prep to a No. 1 ranking in the state and a national ranking as high as No. 26 last season. • Led squad to 22-3 mark as a senior. • Selected to the 2011 Scott Brown Memorial All-Star Classic (WV).

• Third team all-region choice as a junior in at Hamilton, averaging 11.5 points and 5.4 assists to help the team to a 20-4 record and the quarterfinals of the state tournament. • First team all-league choice in each of his final two seasons at Hamilton H.S. • Started on the varsity team as a freshman at Milwaukee Bay View.

Personal Born Jan. 9, 1992, in Milwaukee, Wis... son of Linda Lee... has two brothers and five sisters.

5-9 • 160 Freshman • Guard Milwaukee, Wis. Huntington Prep (W. Va.)

Marlin Mason is the youngest of CSU’s recruiting class, but is loaded with a ton of raw potential. He likes to play above the rim and has a knack for rebounding and blocking shots. He is a big, strong, athletic player who is always active on defense and likes to drive to the basket and finish. He showcases the skills of a power forward, but also has the ability to step outside and knock down mid-range jumpers.

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Personal Born Aug. 17, 1993, in Detroit, Mich... son of Donaille McAdoo and Marlin Mason II... member of high school honor roll.

High School • Played his first two years at Farmington Hills Harrison, transferring to Detroit Cass Tech for his final two years. • Averaged 11.4 points, 8.2 rebounds and 3.4 blocks as a junior, helping Cass Tech to a 16-5 record. • Averaged just over 10.6 points, 8.2 rebounds and 4.0 blocks per game as a sophomore. • Helped lead team to state tournament. • Played on the East squad in the The Under Armour All-Michigan.

6-6 • 210 Freshman • Forward Detroit, Mich. Cass Tech

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2011-12 Vikings Ike Nwamu is a powerful, athletic guard who can create for himself and also finish at the rim. An outstanding athlete, he plays with high energy and can light it up from the outside if he gets into a good shooting rhythm. He comes from a winning high school program and his ability to score and defend should create opportunities for him to work his way into the rotation this winter.

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6-4 • 205 Freshman • Guard Greensboro, N.C. Westchester Country Day

Personal Born June 3, 1993, in Los Angeles, Calif... son of Harold and Anita Nwamu... has one brother and three sisters... member of high school honor roll, chamber singers and mock-trial... cousin, Udo Nwamu, plays football at Cincinnati.

High School • Played one year at Asheboro H.S. before playing final three at Westchester Country Day, leading team to No. 27 ranking in the nation his senior year. • Named 2A state Player of the Year as a senior, helping team to 30-9 mark and state title. • Scored 20 points in state title contest • Earned all-state accolades as a senior. • Was also tabbed a Ball-is-Life All-American his final season. • Was an all-conference selection in each of his four seasons. • Concluded his three-year career at Westchester with 1,987 career points, helping teams accumulate an 85-17 record during that time. • Was the Spalding Hoophall Classic Dunk Champion.

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gary waters Now In His Sixth Season At Cleveland State, He Has Put His Mark On The Program And Brought It Back To Prominance After five seasons as men’s basketball coach at Cleveland State, Gary Waters can look back on his coaching tenure with the Vikings, knowing that he has achieved his goal of turning around a program that had posted winning seasons in just three of the previous 13 campaigns into the one that brought a much-desired championship to the City of Cleveland. The accomplishments for Waters and the Vikings in his first five seasons have been significant: • Back-to-back 20-win seasons (2007-08, 2008-09) for the first time since 1986-88, including 26 wins in 2008-09, the second highest win total in program history. • Three 20-win seasons, including 27 wins last year, tied for the second most in school history. • Three post-season appearances in the last four years, an NIT invitation in 2008, the school’s second NCAA bid in 2009 and an NIT appearance in 2011 when CSU advanced to the second round. • The first two trips to the Horizon League Championship game in school history, including the league title and NCAA bid in 2009. • Four wins against nationally-ranked opponents, including three victories in 2008-09. (CSU was just 1-24 against ranked teams before his arrival.) • The 2011 Horizon League regular season title, a first in program history. 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

• Two NBA players, including 2011 first round pick, Norris Cole. • Twelve of the 13 seniors who have left the program so far have done so with their degree. The 13th is still playing professional basketball overseas. • A 54-12 record in the Wolstein Center, including a building record 17 wins in 2010-11. • 100 career victories at CSU, including 50 Horizon League triumphs. Waters will enter the 2010-11 campaign with a 15-year head coaching record of272-206, including a 100-71 mark in five seasons at CSU, making his the third winningest coach in program history. Although the accomplishments to date have been appealing, Waters now has his eyes set on achieving his biggest goal, namely, sustaining the success the program has found so that year in and year out, the Vikings are championship contenders, and do it on a national stage. To Waters, success is not important if the program has been built the wrong way and is unable to sustain it. The nation has taken note of not only what Waters has accomplished, but more importantly, the manner that he has done it. At the end of the 2009-10 season, Waters was awarded the John Lotz “Barnabas” Award by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, an award which is presented annually www.csuvikings.com

to honor a basketball coach who best exhibits commitment to Christ, integrity, encouragement to others and lives a balanced life. In addition, Waters has been inducted into two different Hall of Fames. He was a 2002 inductee into the Ferris State Athletic Hall of Fame and a 2006 member of the Kent State Varsity “K” Hall of Fame. In the five years since being named the head coach at Cleveland State, Waters has systematically gone about building a new program. He painstakingly put together a recruiting plan for the first four seasons, knowing that he needed to build the program with a solid foundation and evenly spread the resources in order to help assure that success would be constant instead of fleeting. That initial recruiting plan focused on three periods. The first was the 2006-07 season and stressed the importance of putting the first building blocks in place to stabilize the program. The second was the period from 2007-09, during which Waters envisioned success because of a heavy upper class roster. The final and perhaps most important period that Waters focused on started two years and has left the program with a group of guards who are as deep and talented as any team in the league. And his efforts have paid big dividends. C l e v e l a n d S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y 29


2011-12 Vikings The Vikings have recorded four straight upperdivision finishes in the Horizon League for the first time ever. In fact, you would need to go back to the mid to late 1980’s to find a time when CSU finished in the upper half of any league four straight years. Last season, Waters guided the Vikings to the best start in program history as CSU won its first 12 contests en route to 27 victories, the second most in school history. The 12 wins gave the Vikings momentum going forward as CSU captured its first-ever Horizon League regular season crown with a 13-5 mark in league play. CSU also advanced to postseason play for the sixth time in school history and the third time in five years under Waters, earning a No. 2 seed in the National Invitational Tournament. The Vikings defeated Vermont at home in the first round before bowing out to the College of Charleston. The season concluded with Norris Cole ranking 12th in the nation in scoring and also becoming the first player in Horizon League history to earn Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors in the same season. He was a first round pick in the NBA draft by the Chicago Bulls (28th overall), being traded to Minnesota who dealt him to the Miami Heat. More importantly, Waters saw some of the most important building blocks - fan attendance and exposure - improve as well. Attendance at home games was up over 26 percent, with the average crowd size being the largest since the 2000-01 season. In addition, the total home attendance was the highest ever in the 17 year history of the Wolstein Center, including a sellout crowd of 8,490 for the Butler contest. The break-through season that the Vikings enjoyed in 2008-09 allowed Waters to put the

exclamation point on his first three seasons. By winning the 2009 Horizon League Championship and the automatic bid to the NCAA Championships that went with it on Butler’s home floor, Waters sent a message to the rest of the league that CSU was here to stay. By dominating fourth-seeded and 11th-ranked Wake Forest in the opening round of the NCAA Championship, Waters captured the attention of the nation and woke up the college basketball fans in northeast Ohio. With a 26-11 record, the 2008-09 Vikings recorded the third-highest win total in school history. It was the seventh 20-win season for the program and second straight. As he worked his way through the his first three Viking seasons, Waters individually crossed off the goals accomplished with each one leading him closer and closer to a championship. Heading into his second season, he said that he needed to have a home court advantage. CSU responded by setting a Wolstein Center record with 12 wins in 2007-08 and improved on that with a 13-2 mark in 2008-09 and 13-5 last year. All told, the Vikings are 54-12 on campus over the last four years, quite an improvement over the 25-42 record compiled over the previous five seasons. Waters likes to say that to be the best, you have to play the best and he hasn’t been afraid to put together a challenging schedule. Despite owning just one win over a ranked opponent in school history, Waters did not shy away from playing ranked opponents. Consequently, the 26 wins in 2008-09 included a spectacular 72-69 decision at Syracuse, the Horizon League title game victory over Butler and the NCAA first round rout of Wake Forest. Two seasons ago, the Vikings played four teams that reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA Championship, facing West Virginia, Kentucky, Kansas

The Waters Coaching File PERSONAL Full Name: Gary Steven Waters Hometown: Detroit, Mich. Born: Aug. 15, 1951 in Highland Park, Mich. Family: Married to the former Bernadette Amos Son: Sean; Daughter: Seena. The Waters have four grandchildren. Date Hired At CSU: April 6, 2006

EDUCATION B.S. in Business Administration Ferris State University, 1975 B.S. in Business Education Ferris State University, 1978 M.A. in Educational Administration Central Michigan University, 1976.

COACHING EXPERIENCE Head Coach: Cleveland State University, 2006-present 100-71 record in five seasons Horizon League Regular Season Champions, 2011 NCAA Tournament, 2009 (2nd Round) Horizon League Tournament Champions, 2009 National Invitational Tournament, 2008, 2011 Horizon League Coach of the Year, 2008

Rutgers University, 2001-06 79-75 record in five seasons National Invitational Tournament, 2002, 2004 & 2006 NIT Championship Game, 2004

Kent State University, 1996-2001 Inducted into the Kent State Varsity “K” Hall of Fame, 2006 92-60 record in five seasons NCAA Championship, 1999 & 2001 National Invitational Tournament, 2000 Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year, 1999 & 2000 (third repeat winner in league history) Assistant Coach: Eastern Michigan University, 1989-96 Two NCAA (1991 & 1996) and one NIT (1995) appearance Ferris State University, 1974-89 Four NCAA appearances (1983, 1987, 1988 & 1989 Playing Experience: Ferris State University, 1972-74 Inducted into the Ferris State Athletic Hall of Fame, 2002 Two-year letterman (1973 & 1974) First team all-district, 1974 Great Lakes Conference Champions, 1974

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2011-12 Vikings State, and national runner-up Butler. In addition CSU played games against NCAA participants Ohio State, Robert Morris, and Sam Houston State. Ever the teacher, Waters also used the end of the 2008-09 preseason to take the Vikings on an 11-day tour of Spain, going 3-1 against club and professional teams in the country while more importantly, giving the CSU players a bonding and cultural experience that he hopes will be remembered for the rest of their lives. In 2007-08, CSU became one of at least 18 teams in NCAA Division I history to go from winning 10 games or fewer in one season to 20 or more in the next. And yes, it was planned. Waters sent CSU into the campaign with the goal of “Flipping The Script”, or taking the 10-21 mark of 2006-07 and turning it around. The Vikings, who were picked to finish ninth in the Horizon League the season before, accomplished their goal, shocking the league by winning their first seven conference games en route to a second place finish. Included in that opening run was a 56-52 win over 12th ranked Butler that gave the Vikings only their second victory ever over a ranked opponent. CSU recorded 21 wins during the year, marking the sixth 20-win campaign in school history and the first since 1992-93. The 12-6 league mark allowed the Vikings to set the school standard for league wins in a season and by beating Valparaiso in the semi-finals of the league tournament, CSU advanced to the championship game for the first time since joining the Horizon League. Despite falling in the league title game at 12thranked Butler, Cleveland State was rewarded for its performance during the season by receiving a bid to play in the National Invitational Tournament, making the program’s fourth postseason appearance and first since the 1987-88 campaign.

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CSU accomplished the turnaround with hard work. CSU finished among the top three teams in the league in every hustle statistic - scoring defense, rebounding, offensive rebounding, steals and blocks - and became the first team in league history from finishing last in rebounding one season to first the next. Waters was rewarded for his effort by being tabbed as the Horizon League Co-Coach of the

Year, marking the third time that he received the honor during his career. Waters’ accomplishments at Cleveland State are nothing new. A 15-year head coaching veteran, he has amassed 271 wins and led teams to post-season play nine times during that span. He has rebuilt programs before, first at Kent State and then at Rutgers.

THE WATERS COACHING FILE Season 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

School Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State Ferris State

Position Record Assistant Coach 22 -5 Assistant Coach 12 -16 Assistant Coach 19 -8 Assistant Coach 13 -11 Assistant Coach 17 -9 Assistant Coach 13 -13 Assistant Coach 16 -11 Assistant Coach 20 -6 Assistant Coach 20 -9 Assistant Coach 14 -14 Assistant Coach 14 -13 Associate Head Coach 18 -9 Associate Head Coach 20 -9 Associate Head Coach 25 -5 Associate Head Coach 24 -6

Ferris State (15 Seasons Overall)

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan

Eastern Michigan (7 Seasons Overall)

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01

Kent State Kent State Kent State Kent State Kent State

Kent State (5 Seasons Overall)

92 -60 (.605)

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers

18 -13 NIT (1st Round) 12 -16 20 -13 NIT (2nd Place) 10 -19 19 -14 NIT (2nd Round)

Rutgers (5 Seasons Overall)

79 -75 (.513)

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Cleveland State Cleveland State Cleveland State Cleveland State Cleveland State

10 -21 21 -13 NIT (1st Round) 26 -11 NCAA (2nd Round) 16 -17 27 -9 NIT (2nd Round)

Cleveland State (Five Seasons Overall)

100 -71 (.585)

Head Coaching Overall (15 Seasons)

271 -206 (.568)

NCAA (1st Round)

NCAA (Regional Final) NCAA (Quarterfinals) NCAA (1st Round)

267 -144 (.650)

Assistant Head Coach 19 -13 Assistant Head Coach 26 -7 NCAA (Sweet 16) Assistant Head Coach 9 -22 Assistant Head Coach 13 -17 Associate Head Coach 15 -12 Associate Head Coach 20 -10 NIT (1st Round) Associate Head Coach 25 -6 NCAA (2nd Round) Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach

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127 -87 (.593) 9 -18 13 -17 23 -7 NCAA (1st Round) 23 -8 NIT (Quarter-Finals) 24 -10 NCAA (2nd Round)

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2011-12 Vikings Named the 15th head coach in Cleveland State University history on April 6, 2006, Waters gave a little insight into his plan for the program at his hiring press conference. “Cleveland is a great city and has great resources,” he told the media. “To get this done, we need to make a commitment to the City of Cleveland and let it be part of this program. We have to build this program around players from this area so that we can give our fans something that they truly can be proud of.” Waters is quick to point out the three characteristics that a successful program must have to find success…a vision, a plan and quality people. Every decision that he has made has kept those three points in mind as he began the process of building the Viking program. “Part of the foundation was already in place here at Cleveland State,” Waters said. “We had quality people - both in the program and supporting the program - already here and ready to take this team to the next level.” Using the insight of legendary UCLA coach John Wooden, Waters personally taught a class in success to the CSU players in 2006-07, using Wooden’s Pyramid of Success as the textbook for the class. Waters used the course to instill upon the Viking players what it necessary to become a winner, both on the court and in life. He challenged

them to build their own pyramid, identifying the traits and qualities that are needed to bring the CSU program to national prominence. Year two of the success class had Waters using John Maxwell’s manuscript, Talent Is Never Enough, and he turned to former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy and his book, Quiet Strength, as his inspiration in 2008-09, deriving from it this year’s team motto, ‘Do what we do, but do it better.’ This past year, Waters has turned to Maxwell,

GARY WATERS vs. ALL OPPONENTS

Air Force.................. 0 -1 Akron....................... 7 -5 Arkansas-Monticello . 1 -0 Arizona.................... 0 -1 Arizona State........... 0 -1 Auburn.................... 1 -1 Austin Peay............. 1 -0 Ball State................ 4 -4 Boise State.............. 0 -1 Boston College........ 1 -4 Bowling Green......... 6 -4 Bryant..................... 1 -0 Buffalo.................... 7 -2 Butler...................... 2 -11 Cal State Northridge.1 -1 Centenary................ 1 -0 Central Michigan.... 7 -2 Charlotte................. 2 -2 Chicago State......... 1 -1 Cincinnati............... 0 -2 Cleveland State....... 1 -1 Col. of Charleston... 0 -1 Columbia................ 1 -0 Connecticut............. 1 -4 Coppin State........... 0 -1 Cal State Northridge.0 -1 Dayton..................... 0 -2 Delaware................. 1 -0 Delaware State........ 2 -0

DePaul....................... 1 -0 Detroit........................ 7 -4 East Carolina ............ 0 -1 Eastern Michigan....... 5 -3 Evansville.................. 0 -1 Fairleigh Dickinson.... 2 -0 Ferris State................ 1 -0 Florida Atlantic.......... 1 -0 Florida A&M............... 1 -0 Florida International.. 1 -0 Florida State.............. 1 -0 Fordham..................... 1 -0 Geneva....................... 1 -0 George Mason............ 0 -2 Georgetown................ 2 -6 Georgia Southern....... 0 -1 Green Bay................... 8 -6 Hartford..................... 1 -0 Hawaii-Hilo................ 0 -1 Hillsdale..................... 1 -0 Indiana...................... 1 -0 Illinois........................ 0 -1 Iona............................ 1 -0 Iowa State.................. 1 -0 IPFW........................... 2 -0 John Carroll................ 2 -0 Kansas State.............. 1 -3 Kent State.................. 4 -1

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picking his book, The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player to help educate the Vikings. Waters is also known for his personal style, annually ranking among the nation’s top dressers on the sidelines. In fact, he edged Villanova’s Jay Wright to win the national title in the 2008 Runway To The Fashionable Four, an online fashion rankings similar to the NCAA tournament that it is conducted annually by CollegeInsider.com. In 2007, he lost in the national semi-finals. A Gary Waters-led basketball program places

Notre Dame................ 4 -4 Oakland..................... 1 -0 Ohio .......................... 5 -7 Ohio State.................. 0 -5 Old Dominion............. 0 -1 Oregon State.............. 0 -1 Penn State................. 2 -2 Pittsburgh.................. 0 -7 Praire View A&M......... 1 -0 Princeton.................... 4 -1 Providence................. 2 -3 Rhode Island.............. 1 -0 Robert Morris............. 1 -1 Rutgers...................... 1 -0 Saint Leo.................... 1 -0 St. Bonaventure......... 4 -2 St. Francis.................. 1 -0 St. John’s.................... 2 -3 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)....... 1 -0 St. Joseph’s (Pa.)........ 0 -1 St. Mary’s................... 2 -0 St. Peter’s................... 1 -0 St. Thomas Aquinas .. 1 -0 Sam Houston State.... 2 -0 Seton Hall.................. 4 -7 South Carolina State.. 1 -0 South Florida.............. 4 -0 Southern Methodist.... 0 -2

Stony Brook................ 1 -0 Syracuse.................... 3 -6 Temple....................... 4 -1 Texas-El Paso............. 1 -1 Toledo......................... 6 -2 UIC........................... 10 -2 UMBC......................... 1 -0 Urbana....................... 1 -0 Valparaiso.................. 7 -2 Va. Commonwealth...... 1 -1 Vermont...................... 1 -0 Villanova.................... 3 -4 Virginia...................... 0 -3 Virginia Tech.............. 1 -3 Wagner....................... 1 -0 Wake Forest................ 1 -0 Washington................ 0 -1 West Virginia.............. 4 -6 West Virginia Tech...... 2 -0 Western Michigan....... 6 -2 Wichita State............. 0 -2 Wilberforce................. 2 -0 Wilmington................. 1 -0 Wisconsin . ................ 0 -2 UW-Parkside.............. 1 -0 Wright State............... 6 -5 Xavier......................... 0 -1 Yale............................ 0 -1 Youngstown State.... 12 -2 2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2011-12 Vikings a strong emphasis on character and discipline and his family-oriented approach, combined with an up-tempo game that relies on fundamentals and relentless defensive pressure have paid huge dividends during his coaching career. Waters, who has coached at the collegiate level for the last 35 years, first came to northeast Ohio in the spring of 1996 when he took over at the head coach at Kent State. He led the Golden Flashes to a 92-60 record in five seasons from 1996-2001, including a 70-25 mark over his final three campaigns. Inheriting a program that has managed just one winning season in the previous seven years in its first 80 seasons, Waters went to work rebuilding a program that continues to win even after he left the campus eight seasons ago. Waters impact on the Kent State program became evident in his third season (1998-99) when he guided the Golden Flashes to a school-record 23 wins (23-7), winning the Mid American Conference tournament championship for the first time and receiving its first-ever NCAA tournament bid. The Flashes went on to drop a 61-54 decision to 20th ranked Temple in a first round game in Boston. Kent State matched the program record for wins in 1999-00, posting a 23-8 record that included a trip to the NIT quarterfinal round. Waters is one of only three coaches in the history of the Mid-American Conference to earn MAC Coach of the Year honors in successive seasons, receiving the award in both 1999 and 2000. Waters made his last season at Kent State (2000-01) a memorable one, leading the Flashes

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to a school record 24 wins (24-10 overall) and the Mid-American Conference regular season and tournament championships. KSU provided the NCAA Tournament with one of its biggest upsets that year as the 13th seeded Flashes upended the fourth-seeded Indiana, 77-73. KSU fell to No. 2 seed Cincinnati in the second round. Waters moved to Rutgers for the 2001-02 season and the Scarlet Knights made a quick improvement, going 18-13 in his first season, making only their third post-season appearance in 11 seasons when they faced Yale in the first round of the NIT. Two years later (2003-04), Rutgers won 20 games for the first time since 1981-82, claiming wins over Temple, West Virginia, Villanova and Iowa State to advance to the championship game of the NIT. In his final season in Piscataway (2005-06), Waters led Rutgers to 19 wins and its third NIT appearance in his five seasons, upending Penn State in the first round before falling to Saint Joseph’s in the second round. With Quincy Douby ranking sixth in the nation in scoring, (25.4 ppg), the Scarlet Knights claimed four wins over NCAA-bound teams (Marquette, Seton Hall twice & Kent State) and when they knocked off No. 22 Louisville, it marked the eighth time that a Rutgers team coached by Waters defeated a ranked opponent. Douby would go on to become a first round selection (19th pick) of the Sacramento Kings in the 2006 NBA draft. A native of Detroit, Mich., Waters received honorable mention All-America as well as all-region and all-conference honors while playing two seasons from 1970-72 at Oakland (Mich.) Community College. He transferred to Ferris State in 1972, becoming an NAIA all-district selection and first team all-league in 1973-74. In his two seasons at Ferris State, he helped the team to a 47-10 record, winning a pair of Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic (GLIAC) titles. Waters attended the preseason camp of the NBA’s Detroit Pistons in 1974 before eventually playing professionally overseas in Spain that year. He returned to Ferris State to earn his bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1975. He later earned a master’s degree in educational administration from Central Michigan in 1976 and a second bachelor’s degree in business education from Ferris State in 1978. Waters returned to Ferris State in 1974-75 to begin his coaching career, starting a 15-year tenure as an assistant under head coaches Jim Wink (1974-78) and Tom Ludwig (1979-89). The Bulldogs amassed a 267-144 record with Waters as an assistant coach, making four NCAA appearances, earning six GLIAC titles and winning 20 or more games six times. Waters also coached www.csuvikings.com

Gary and Bernadette Waters have been married for 36 years and the couple have two children and four grandchildren.

the FCS junior varsity team from 1975-78. Waters moved across the state in the spring of 1989 to join the staff of Ben Braun at Eastern Michigan, serving as the assistant head coach from 1989-93, and was associate head coach for the final three seasons. During that time, the Eagles compiled a 127-87 record and captured two Mid-American Conference titles. EMU earned two NCAA Tournament bids during his tenure, defeating Mississippi State and Penn State to advance to the Sweet 16 in 1991 and knocking off Duke in the opening round in 1996. Kent State beckoned shortly after the Eagles were eliminated by top-seeded Connecticut in the second round, giving the 22-year assistant coach his first head coaching opportunity. In June, 2001, Waters had the distinction of serving as one of eight court coaches for the 2001 USA Basketball Men’s National Team Trials at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. The following year, Waters also served as an assistant coach for the 2002 USA Junior World Championship Qualifying Team. Waters is a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the Black Coaches Association and is involved with many charitable organizations, including Coaches vs. Cancer. He represents the Horizon League on the NABC Congress, serving as the liaison between the NABC and the league head coaches. Waters and his wife, Bernadette, have two grown children, son Sean and daughter, Seena, and four grandchildren. They reside in Westlake. C l e v e l a n d S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y 33


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Associate Head Coach Sixth Year at CSU 25th Year Coaching

A coaching veteran with 24 seasons on the bench at just about every level of collegiate basketball, Jayson Gee is entering his sixth season as associate head coach of the Viking basketball program. Gee plays a significant role in virtually every aspect of the CSU program. On the court, he works with the Vikings post players while also assisting Coach Waters in developing game strategy. Off the court, he serves as the recruiting coordinator, is responsible for putting together the schedule and monitors the academic progress of the players. The importance of Gee’s role in the success of the Vikings garnered national recognition during the 2008-09 season when CollegebBasketballInsider. com rated him as the No. 5 mid-major assistant coach in the country. Gee, 45, joined the Vikings after three seasons at St. Bonaventure (2003-06), the last two as associate head coach. He began his collegiate coaching career at Youngstown State in 1989, becoming one of the youngest Division I assistant coaches in the country. After four seasons in Youngstown, Gee moved to Ohio University as associate head coach. During his three seasons in Athens (1993-96), the 34 C l e v e l a n d S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y

Bobcats won the 1994 Mid-American Conference regular season and tournament crowns and the 1994 Preseason NIT title. He played an instrumental role in the development of Gary Trent, who played nine seasons in the NBA. Gee returned to his alma mater in 1996 as the head coach and guided the Golden Eagles to a 160-55 record over the next seven seasons, posting six 20-win campaigns and receiving four NCAA berths. In 1998-99, he led Charleston to a 26-6 record, earning the school its first-ever NCAA bid. The following year, he was named the league coach of the year and a finalist for national coach of the year accolades after the Golden Eagles posted a 28-4 record. In the spring of 2008, Gee was one of 18 individuals selected to take part in the ACE Program (Achieving Coaching Excellence), traveling to Indianapolis to take part in the four-day seminar that is sponsored by the NCAA’s Black Coaches and Administrators Council. The ACE Program, founded in 1994, is committed to preparing minority collegiate basketball coaches for success as future head basketball coaches An inductee in two of his alma mater halls of fame, he was honored by both Springfield South High in 2000 and by the University of Charleston in 2008.

A native of Springfield, Ohio, Gee played four seasons at the University of Charleston, helping the team to a 92-30 record, including a 30-5 mark as a sophomore. Voted team captain as both a junior and senior, he finished his career ranked third in program history in both rebounding (844) and games played (122). Gee, who earned a bachelor’s degree in social science education from Charleston in 1988, received a master’s in sport science and administration from Ohio University in 2003. Gee and his wife, Lynette, have a pair of sons, Brandon (18) and Bryan (16), daughter, Briana (6) and Godson Terrance Fountain (23).

JAYSON GEE AT A GLANCE College: Charleston, 1988 (B.S. in Social Science Education); Ohio, 2003 (M.S. in Sport Science & Administration) Year at Cleveland State: 6th Coaching Experience: 24 seasons John Adams (Charleston, W. Va.) Junior High (1988-89), head coach; Youngstown State (1989-93), assistant coach; Ohio University (1993-96), associate head coach; University of Charleston (19962003), head coach; St. Bonaventure (2003-04), assistant coach; St. Bonaventure (2004-06), associate head coach; Cleveland State (2006-present), associate head coach. Born: Dec. 13, 1965 in Springfield, Ohio. Personal: Married, wife Lynette, sons Brandon (17) and Bryan (15), daughter, Briana (5) and Godson, Terrance Fountain (22). www.csuvikings.com

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larry

desimpelare Assistant Coach

Sixth Year at CSU 22nd Year Coaching

Nobody knows the Gary Waters system better than sixth year Viking assistant coach Larry DeSimpelare. A 22-year coaching veteran at the collegiate level, DeSimpelare has worked with Coach Waters for the last 16 years, gaining valuable insight into how to build champions. DeSimpelare works with the Viking guards on the court, focusing on the wing players and defense. He is also responsible for helping to oversee game preparation while being heavily involved in both scouting and recruiting. Prior to coming to Cleveland State, DeSimpelare spent the previous five seasons at Rutgers (2001-06), helping the Scarlet Knights to a 79-75 record and three NIT appearances, including a second place finish in 2004. With DeSimpelare serving as the primary recruiter, Hoop Scoop rated the Scarlet Knight 2006 recruiting class as one of the best in the nation. DeSimpelare, 43, first worked with Waters in 1995-96 as administrative assistant at Eastern Michigan. His only season in Ypsilanti was a memorable one as the Eagles went 25-6, won the MAC regular season and tournament titles and knocked off Duke in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before falling to Connecticut in the second round. Kent State beckoned for both Waters and DeSimpelare the following season, starting a five-year odyssey that turned the Golden Flashes into one of the top mid-major programs in the nation.

Kent State went 92-60, including three straight 20-win seasons and two NCAA and one NIT bid. A native of Unionville, Mich., DeSimpelare lettered three times in basketball at Spring Arbor College, earning academic all-district honors and serving as team captain as a senior in 1989-90. While finishing his coursework for his undergraduate degree, he served as an assistant coach at Spring Arbor in 1990-91. DeSimpelare became one of the youngest head coaches of a four-year school in 1991 when he took over at Concordia (Mich.) College, a position he held for four seasons. DeSimpelare and his wife, Susan, have two children, daughter, Abigal (13) and son, Tyler (9).

LARRY DeSIMPELARE AT A GLANCE College: Spring Arbor, 1991 (B.A. in Secondary Education); Eastern Michigan, 1996 (M.S. in Exercise Science). Year at Cleveland State: 6th Coaching Experience: 21 seasons Spring Arbor College (1990-91), assistant coach; Concordia (Mich.) College (1991-95), head coach; Eastern Michigan (1995-96), administrative assistant; Kent State (1996-2001), assistant coach; Rutgers (2001-06), assistant coach; Cleveland State (2006-present), assistant coach. Born: April 11, 1968 in Unionville, Mich. Personal: Married, wife Susan; daughter Abigal (13), son Tyler (9). 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

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jermaine

kimbrough Assistant Coach

Seventh Year at CSU 11th Year Coaching

One of the top young coaches in the college game today, Jermaine Kimbrough is in his second stint working with the Viking basketball program and in his seventh year serving as assistant coach. Kimbrough, 33, is responsible for working with the Viking point guards in practice. He oversees the various CSU basketball camps and assists in monitoring the academic progress of the Viking players. Kimbrough’s basketball roots keep bringing the Shaker Heights, Ohio native back to the Greater Cleveland area. A 2001 graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in psychology, Kimbrough began his coaching career at Howard College in 2001, helping the Hawks win 23 straight games to climb to as high as No. 2 in the nation in the NJCAA poll. He left Howard in 2003 to return to his native Cleveland to take over as an administrative assistant for the Viking basketball program for the 2003-04 season. After leaving Cleveland in 2004, Kimbrough served assistant coaching stints at both Massachusetts (2004-05) and IPFW (2005-06). Success has followed Kimbrough. In his lone season at UMass, he helped the Minutemen to upsets of No. 2 Connecticut, No. 20 George Washington and 23rd-ranked Florida State. He also coached two Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year winners, Anthony Anderson and Rashaun Freeman. At IPFW, Kimbrough helped the Mastodons set a then school-record for wins as a Division I program with 10.

Kimbrough’s skill as a recruiter was evident very early in his coaching career when he helped Howard College land Je’Kel Foster. Foster earned first team NJCAA All-America honors as a sophomore before transferring to Ohio State, where he earned second team All-Big 10 honors as a senior in 2005-06. A varsity starter as a freshman at Shaker Heights High, Kimbrough was named all-league four times and all-city three times during his high school career when his teams averaged 19 wins a season. A second team all-state selection after averaging better than 26 points a game as a senior, Kimbrough attended Virginia Tech for his collegiate career. He earned ESPN Player of the Game twice during his career, vs. Wake Forest and Virginia. Kimbrough has three sons, Javon (7), Asa (12) and Nyaires (15). He and his wife, Tameka, reside in Solon.

JERMAINE KIMBROUGH AT A GLANCE College: Virginia Tech, 2001 (B.S. in Psychology); Cleveland State, 2004-present (M.S. in Sports Management) Year at Cleveland State: 7th Coaching Experience: 10 seasons Howard Junior College (2001-03), assistant coach; Cleveland State (2003-04), administrative assistant; Massachusetts (2004-05), assistant coach; IPFW (2005-06), assistant coach; Cleveland State (2006-present), assistant coach. Born: Born May 13, 1978 in Cleveland, Ohio. Personal: Married, wife Tameka, sons Javon (7), Asa (12) and Nyaires (15). 36 C l e v e l a n d S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y

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Samba

johnson

Dir. of Basketball Operations Second Year at CSU

Samba Johnson is in his second year with the men’s basketball program and his first as the Director of Basketball Operations. He was a manager last season. In his new role, Johnson is responsible for coordinating most of the administrative functions of the basketball office, including team travel, community service and assisting in monitoring the academic progress of the players. He handles player personnel matters, serves as camp director of the various Viking basketball camps and is the personal assistant to Coach Waters. Johnson has more than 10 years of experience as a coach at the college level, most recently as an assistant women’s coach at Stetson in 2008-09. Johnson began his coaching career as an assistant men’s coach at McCook (Neb.) C.C. during the 1996-97 season and spent the next three seasons (1997-00) at

Coletta

gordon

Men’s Basketball Secretary 30th Year at CSU

Penn State-New Kensington, winning back-to-back Penn State Commonwealth Campus West Division Coach of the Year awards. He was the 1998-99 Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year. After a year as the Director of Operations at Duquesne, Johnson spent the 2001-02 season as an assistant men’s coach at Charleston, helping the program to the second round of the NCAA Division II tournament. Johnson also has coaching stints at LaRoche College, Ohio, Casper College and Friends University. A 1996 graduate of Chaminade University, Johnson was a Second Team All-Pac West Conference selection as a senior. Prior to attending Chaminade, Johnson played two seasons at Robert Morris (1992-94). He earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Chaminade in 1996.

In her 30th year at Cleveland State University, Coletta Gordon has been a fixture in the men’s basketball office since 1989. Gordon is responsible for keeping Coach Waters’ personal schedule, including making travel arrangements, and oversees the office clerical projects. She works with the coaching staff to help maintain recruiting files and organize the summer basketball camp and golf outing. She also hosts the Viking Club’s Big Green pre-game reception. Gordon joined the university in 1982 as a stenographer in the school of health, physical education and recreation, a position that she held until transferring to athletics in 1989. The mother of five grown children, she and her husband, Rich, have 10 grandchildren. They reside in Lakewood.

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John

BRUINSMA

kopcso

Graduate Manager Third Year at CSU

Graduate Manager First Year at CSU

Kevin Bruinsma is in his third year with the Vikings after serving as the head junior varsity boy’s coach at Concord (MI) High and advance scoout for Albion (MI) College. He is responsible for coordinating the video needs of the program along with providing assistance in setting up practices and workouts. Bruinsma is a 2008 graduate of Spring Arbor University with a bachelor of arts degree in education. He has been involved with several camps throughout his native state of Michigan and around the country, including the Five Star Boys camp and camps at Michigan, North Carolina and Drake University. In 2008, he completed a summer internship with the Orlando Magic of the NBA. A native of Grand Rapids, Mich., he resides in Cleveland and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sports management.

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John Kopcso is in his first season as a graduate manager at Cleveland State. He will assist in all aspects of basketball operations and player personnel. Kopcso joins the Viking staff after serving two stints as an assistant coach at St. Mary’s (Md.). Last year, he was part of a staff that led the Seahawks to the Division III Elite 8. As a member of the staff in 2007-08, Kopcso assisted the Seahawks to their first-ever NCAA tournament appearance and a spot in the Sweet 16. Kopcso has extensive experience as a camp couseler, most notably with Hall of Fame coach Morgan Wootten Basketball Camp. Kopcso graduated from Ohio State in 2007 with a Bachelor’s in Education, concentrating in leadership and humanities, while minoring in business. He is pursuing a Master’s Degree at CSU.

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Dr. RONALD

BERKMAN President 3rd Year at CSU

Dr. Ronald M. Berkman was unanimously selected by the Board of Trustees as President of Cleveland State University on April 26, 2009. The sixth President in the history of Cleveland State University, Dr. Berkman arrived at CSU from Florida International University (FIU) in Miami where he served most recently as Executive Vice President, Provost and Chief Operating Officer. He had been at FIU since 1997, also serving as Executive Dean of the College of Health and Urban Affairs. Dr. Berkman’s 12 years at Florida International were filled with several accomplishments, among them the following: • raising more than $5 million to endow the School of Public Health, the second-largest gift to any college at FIU; • guiding the expansion of sponsored research at FIU, surpassing the goal of $100 million per year; • increasing the graduation rate of Ph.D’s by more than 25-percent; • helping to create the new School of International and Public Affairs; • guiding the recruitment of three of the top four grant recipients at FIU; • working with the CFO to create a new threeyear strategic budget plan for the university; • formulating a plan to provide instruction in global issues whereby every FIU student now takes at least two courses in global issues; 38 C l e v e l a n d S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y

• implementing a new enrollment and recruiting strategy resulting in historic highs in GPA’s and SAT scores for incoming freshmen and transfer students. In 1997, Dr. Berkman was named Dean of the College of Urban and Public Affairs at Florida International University. Several years later, he was appointed the Executive Dean of a large, interdisciplinary College with accredited Colleges of Nursing, Health Sciences, Public Health, Social Work and Policy and Management. He directed the University’s successful efforts to receive authority to open a College of Law and a College of Medicine. In 2005, he became Provost, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and just four years earlier, he chaired Governor Jeb Bush’s Health Care Summit. Prior to serving at FIU, Dr. Berkman taught at The Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, The University of California at Berkeley, Brooklyn College, the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center, New York University and the University of Puerto Rico. As the Dean of Urban Affairs at CUNY, he was responsible for developing research and technical assistance partnerships with all facets of New York City, New York State and federal government agencies and non-governmental organizations. He served as University Dean of Academic Affairs at CUNY from 1992-94, becoming the Founding Dean of CUNY’s first School of Public Affairs in 1994. In 1990, he served as the Director of the Urban Summit, a historic meeting of mayors of America’s largest cities. Dr. Berkman has served as Chair of the Dean’s Council for the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration as well as various committees of the Association of Public Policy and Management and has an impressive history of service awards and fellowships as well as foundation grants. He recently served as Co-Chair of the MiamiDade Empowerment Zone Planning Committee, overseeing the preparation of a successful application for designation as a Federal Empowerment Zone. As a commentator on urban and public affairs, he has frequently appeared on CNN and other major television and radio networks. He has authored, co-authored or co-edited five books and numerous articles on municipal government, public policy, economic development, community development, crime and corrections policy. Dr. Berkman, who received his Ph. D. from Princeton University in 1976, is married to Patricia Bilbao-Berkman and they have four adult children.

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Officers of the University

(All phone numbers are area code 216) President Dr. Ronald M. Berkman.............. 687-3544 Provost Geoffrey S. Mearns..................... 687-3588 Vice President for Business Affairs & Finance Stephanie McHenry.................... 687-3673 Vice President for University Systems & Information Technology Michael J. Droney....................... 687-2155 Vice President for Institutional Diversity Dr. Njeri Nuru-Holm, Ph.D.......... 687-9394 Interim Vice President for University Advancement/ Executive Director of the CSU Foundation, Inc. Steve Minter............................... 687-5522 Interim Vice President for Enrollment Services Carmen A. Brown....................... 687-2271 2011-12 Board of Trustees of the University Robert H. Rawson, Chairman Dan T. Moore III, Vice Chairman Morton Q. Levin, Treasurer Thomas W. Adler, Chairman-Advancement Committee Richard L. Brown Sally Florkiewicz Rev. Dr. Marvin A. McMickle Bernardo “Bernie” Moreno Ronald E. Weinberg Community Board Members Steven A. Minter Paul E. DiCorleto, Ph.D. Anand “Bill” Julka Faculty Representatives Stephen F. Duffy Student Representative TBA Secretary to the Board of Trustees William J. Napier, Ph.D. 2011-12 Men’s Basketball


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Director of Athletics 2nd Year at CSU John Parry, a veteran of intercollegiate athletics, including 17 years within the Horizon League, served as Interim Director of Athletics in 2010-11 and was named to the position full-time in April of 2011. Prior to coming to Cleveland State, Parry was the Director of Athletics for 16 years at Butler University, and has already impacted CSU athletics. “Having worked with John for almost 18 years, he is a valuable asset to both Cleveland State University and intercollegiate athletics,” Horizon League commissioner Jon LeCrone said. “It has been great to have him once again be part of the Horizon League team where he brings his experience, keen insights and perspectives to the table.” Since arriving in Cleveland, Parry has worked to integrate Global Spectrum and Nelligan Sports into the university structure, a pair of strategic marketing partners who will help to provide the department with increased revenue streams. Global Spectrum took over operational control of the Wolstein Center in 2010 while Nelligan Sports represents the university to create sponsorship and marketing opportunities. Parry has also coordinated the addition of staff in administration, athletic training, strength and conditioning and reorganized the athletic ticketing and marketing departments. Growth is nothing new to Parry, who oversaw an era of unparalleled success while serving as Director of Athletics at Butler from 1990 to 2006. Under Parry, Butler expanded its sports offer2011-12 Men’s Basketball

ings, added and improved athletic facilities, and experienced one of its greatest single periods of athletic achievement. Butler captured its first Horizon League James J. McCafferty Trophy for all-sports excellence in 1996-97, and the Bulldogs repeated that honor in 1997-98, 1998-99, 2001-02 and 2002-03. Bulldog teams captured 55 conference regular season/tournament championships during his tenure and made NCAA National Championship appearances in men’s and women’s basketball, football, men’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country, lacrosse, men’s tennis, men’s and women’s track and baseball. Parry was at the helm when Butler built the foundation to the men’s basketball program that culminated with NCAA title game appearances in 2010 and 2011. During Parry’s time in Indianapolis, the Bulldogs made five of the school’s first six NCAA Tournament appearances in men’s basketball, including a berth in the NCAA’s “Sweet 16” in 2003. In addition, the men’s cross country team posted what was then Butler’s highest NCAA finish ever with a fourth-place showing at the 2004 national meet, and Victoria Mitchell captured Butler’s first national championship in 73 years with a first place finish in the 3,000 meter steeplechase at the 2005 NCAA Track and Field meet. One of the cornerstones to Parry’s leadership philosophy is excellence both on and off the playing field. His emphasis on academics helped Butler lead the Horizon League in number of studentathletes named to the academic honor roll in nine of his final 10 years. In the process, Bulldog student-athletes accumulated numerous league, regional and national academic honors. In 1991, 1997, 2000 and 2006 Butler served as co-host to the men’s basketball Final Four in Indianapolis, while co-hosting the women’s Final Four in 2005. A past member of the NCAA Division I Management Council (1997-2004) and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Issues Committee (2000-02), Parry was named the 2002-03 Central Region Division I-AA Athletic Director of the Year by the National

Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). He also served as a member of the Executive Committee of NACDA from 1998-2002. A native of Marcellus, N.Y., Parry attended Brown University where he was a two-time All-Ivy League pass receiver and co-captain of the football team while also lettering in basketball and lacrosse. Parry earned a B.A. in economics from Brown, and a master’s in business administration from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. After earning his degrees, Parry spent eight years in business with IBM and then as co-founder of Instant Data Inc., in Philadelphia. He completed football and lacrosse coaching stints at Brown while working as the assistant athletic director (1975-79). Parry was named Director of Athletics at Brown in 1979, a position he held for 11 years until leaving for Butler in 1990. During his time with the Bears, he oversaw a department that featured 30 intercollegiate sports for men and women, leading the school to the best overall women’s won-lost record in the Ivy league during the decade of the 1980’s. He served as the founding director of the Brown University Sports Foundation, an endowment fund that has grown to better than $60 million today. Facilitating growth dominated Parry’s years at Brown. He oversaw the planning, funding and building of a $7 million student recreation center and a $9 million intercollegiate athletic complex. A life-long lover of the sport of lacrosse, Parry served two stints on the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse committee. The first from 1980-87 while he was at Brown and then again from 1994-98 while at Butler, becoming one of a handful of people to be selected chair of the committee twice, doing so in both 1986-87 and 1997-98. Parry has two daughters, Alyson, a ’91 graduate of Brown, and Jennifer, a ’93 graduate of Middlebury College (Vermont). He and his wife, Candis, a respected lacrosse and field hockey official, have a 20-year-old son, J.C., who is enrolled at Ursinus College, and an 18-year-old daughter, Ashley, a freshman at the College of Wooster.

JOHN PARRY AT A GLANCE College: Brown (B.A. in Economics,1975); Penn (M.A. in Business Administration, 1979) Administrative Experience: Cleveland State University (2010-present), Director of Athletics; Butler University (1990-2006), Director of Athletics; Brown University (1979-2006), Director of Athletics; (1979-90), Assistant Director of Athletics; (1975-79), Personal: Married, wife Candis; daughters Alyson, Jennifer and Ashley and son, J.C. www.csuvikings.com

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2011-12 Vikings 2 0 1 1 -12 Cl eve l and Stat e A t h le t ic s D e pa r t m e n t D ir ec t o r y Administration.........................................................................687-4800

Strength & Conditioning ........................................................875-9641

Tredell Dorsey (t.k.dorsey39)............. Strength & Conditioning Coach Sean Wallace (s.d.wallce85)....Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

John Parry (john.parry)....................................... Director of Athletics Virnette House Browning (v.housebrowning)...........Sr. Associate A.D. Tom Tontimonia (t.tontimonia).................. Associate A.D./Operations Christine Moeller (c.a.moeller). Assistant A.D. Student Services/SWA Sheila Patterson (s.m.patterson).... Faculty Athletics Representative Joel Lieske (j.lieske)........................ Faculty Athletics Representative Danielle Whitmore (d.m.whitmore)....... Athletics Admin. Coordinator Chico Chernosky (a.chernosky)................... Administrative Assistant

Wolstein Center (Global Spectrum) . .....................................875-9641

Athletic Academic Advising....................................................687-4824

Mark Gefert (m.gefert)............................. Athletic Academic Advisor Winnie Lane (w.Lane)............................... Athletic Academic Advisor Fred Reynolds (f.reynolds68).............. Academic & Life Skills Advisor Meghan Griffiths (m.l.griffiths)...Academic Counseling Graduate Asst.

Athletic Tickets & Marketing .................................................687-5454 Carrie Neville (c.neville)........ Director of Ticketing & Fan Development Cheerleading...........................................................................687-2332 Amy Podulka (a.podulka)...................................... Cheerleading Coach Compliance.............................................................................687-4756 Danielle Cohea (d.cohea)............................... Compliance Specialist Christie Smeal (c.smeal)...................................... Compliance Intern Corporate Partnerships (Nelligan Sports Marketing)............687-2094 David Bacon (d.m.bacon)........................................... General Manager Patrick Cogan (p.cogan).......................... Sales & Marketing Assistant

Men’s Basketball.....................................................................687-4817

Development ..........................................................................875-9714 TBA Equipment ..............................................................................687-4807 Joel Eckert (j.t.eckert)........................................ Equipment Manager Facilities ................................................................................687-4813

Greg Murphy (g.j.murphy)....................... Sports Information Director Renee Adam (r.adam)............. Assistant Sports Information Director Tim Ertle (t.k.ertle)............................... Sports Information Assistant Sports Medicine.................................................... 687-4806, 687-5287

Gary Waters (g.waters98)............................................... Head Coach Jayson Gee (j.t.gee)........................................ Associate Head Coach Larry DeSimpelare (L.desimpelare).......................... Assistant Coach Jermaine Kimbrough (j.kimbrough).......................... Assistant Coach Samba Johnson (s.f.johnson)........ Director of Basketball Operations Kevin Bruinsma (k.bruinsma).............................. Graduate Manager John Kopcso .........................................................Graduate Manager Coletta Gordon (c.m.gordon)............................................... Secretary

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Mike Lehto (m.Lehto).......................... Coordinator of Athletic Facilities Sports Information . ...............................................................687-4818

Scott Warren (s.m.warren) ..................................... General Manager Steve Wells (s.wells64)............................................. Director of Finance Trey Bell (t.bell)........................Assistant G.M. & Director of Operations Jeff Smock (j.smock).............................. Director of Food & Beverage James Burge (j.m.burge16)..................................... Director of Sales Brooke Novak (b.e.novak)..................................... Director of Marketing Nicole Taylor (n.m.taylor79)........................................ Staff Accountant Mark Hochberg (m.hochberg)......... Concessions Manager - Ovations Courtney Fidler (c.fidler)............... Conference Pavilion Sales Manager Karey Clarke (k.a.clarke)..................................... Box Office Manager Joy Locklear (j.v.locklear)...... Office Manager, Ovations Food Services Joe Sarog (j.sarog).................................. Assistant Box Office Manager Vicki Wetzler (v.wetzler).............................................. Event Manager Harold Davis (z.davis96)................................................ Event Manager Michelle Schilling (m.l.schilling)............ Contract & Booking Assistant Greg Pohlman (g.pohlman)................................ Production Manager Tom Marquardt (t.marquardt)..................................... IATSE Steward Allyson Boal (a.boal79)..............................................Sales Associate Bryan McIntyre (b.j.mcintyre)....................... Group Sales Coordinator Willie Bell (w.bell39)............................................. Operations Manager Debbie DeJean (d.dejean)............................................ Housekeeping Larry Reid (l.reid96).........................................................Housekeeping

Kate Peterson Abiad (k.L.peterson48)............................. Head Coach Tony McAndrews (j.a.mcandrews)............................... Assistant Coach Bernard Scott (b.j.scott1)............................................ Assistant Coach Brittany Korth (b.korth)............................................... Assistant Coach Sallie Gordon (s.j.gordon15) ............ Director of Basketball Operations Jessica Roque........................................................... Graduate Manager Shannon Schur (s.schur)........................................................ Secretary

Chris Lacsamana (c.lacsamana)..................... Head Athletic Trainer Jackie Wise (j.k.wise)................................ Associate Athletic Trainer Richard Beninghof (r.beninghof)................ Assistant Athletic Trainer Michael Spriggs (m.w.spriggs)................... Assistant Athletic Trainer Peter Elliott (p.r.elliott)................................... Athletic Training Intern

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2011-12 Vikings Women’s Cross Country..........................................................687-4807

Softball....................................................................................687-5110

Joe Jaketic (j.jaketic)...................................................... Head Coach Kate Mone.................................................................Assistant Coach

Men’s & Women’s Fencing......................................................523-7256 Andy Tulleners (a.tulleners)............................................ Head Coach Brian Jao........................................................ Men’s Assistant Coach Brooke Snyder........................................... Women’s Assistant Coach Men’s & Women’s Golf............................................................687-2390 Steve Weir (s.d.weir)...................................................... Head Coach Doug Barber (d.barber).............................................Assistant Coach Men’s Soccer...........................................................................687-4810

Ali Kazemaini (a.kazemaini)........................................... Head Coach T.J. Kolba (t.kolba).................................................... Assistant Coach Denny Ciornei........................................................... Assistant Coach Mo Fard.................................................... Volunteer Assistant Coach

Women’s Soccer.....................................................................687-4802

Derrek Falor (d.falor)...................................................... Head Coach Dallas Boyer (d.boyer)...............................................Assistant Coach Eric Lapansansky......................................Volunteer Assistant Coach Kelly Zinkiewich....................................... Volunteer Assistant Coach

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Angie Nicholson (a.m.nicholson).................................... Head Coach Stephanie Taylor (s.taylor)............................................ Assistant Coach Courtney Pruner (c.pruner)....................................... Assistant Coach Natalie DeMatteis.....................................Volunteer Assistant Coach

Men’s & Women’s Swimming..................................................687-4809

Wally Morton (g.morton)...... Director of Comp. Aquatics/ Head Coach Andrew Hancock (a.p.hancock)................................ Assistant Coach April Woo (a.woo)......................................................Assistant Coach Rich Karban (r.karban)................................................. Diving Coach

Men’s & Women’s Tennis.........................................................687-4811 Brian Etzkin (b.etzkin).................................................... Head Coach Jay Tee (g.tee).......................................................... Assistant Coach Women’s Volleyball.................................................................687-5112

Chuck Voss (c.d.voss).................................................... Head Coach Phil Abiad (p.elabiad).............................................. Assistant Coach Josh Hall ................................................................. Assistant Coach Sean Martin..............................................Volunteer Assistant Coach

Wrestling.................................................................................687-3773 Ben Stehura (b.stehura)..................................................... Head Coach Josh Zupancic (j.zupancic00)..................................... Assistant Coach Dustin Baynes...............................................Graduate Assistant Coach

2011-12 Cleveland State Head Coaches

Brian Etzkin Tennis

Kate Peterson Abiad Women’s Basketball

Derrek Falor Women’s Soccer

Joe Jaketic Cross Country

Ali Kazemaini Men’s Soccer

Wally Morton Swimming & Diving

Angie Nicholson Softball

Ben Stehura Wrestling

Andy Tulleners Fencing

Chuck Voss Volleyball

Gary Waters Men’s Basketball

Steve Weir Golf

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This is Cleveland State Cleveland State University is an institution of higher learning located in downtown Cleveland. The University’s primary goal is to recruit, instruct, retain and graduate a diverse student population. In doing so, the University provides strong undergraduate and graduate programs to prepare students for productive careers and life-long learning. Cleveland State’s roots can be traced to an educational program offered by the Cleveland YMCA in 1870, which evolved into Fenn College in 1923. Fenn was renowned as a pioneer in the development of internship programs for engineering and business students. In 1964, Cleveland State’s undergraduate program was chartered from the Fenn College roots as an act of the Ohio General Assembly to provide state-assisted, comprehensive programs of higher education to citizens of Northeast Ohio. Today, about 16,000 students attend Cleveland State, 67 percent of whom are undergraduates. The urban campus encompasses approximately 85 acres and operates 40 buildings. More than 1,000 courses support 200 major fields of study at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as professional certificate and continuing education programs. The University also offers an Honors Program to academically talented and highly motivated students. Cleveland State’s Nance College of Business Administration is one of the largest business schools in Ohio. The College works closely with Cleveland’s corporate community to help students gain experience in their chosen fields. Business students at Cleveland State have received numerous state and national accolades. In 2005, the College received the Governor’s “E” Award for its academic programs and outreach efforts in international trade. The Fenn College of Engineering provides a world-class applied engineering education at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels. It develops and supports academic, research and outreach programs that respond primarily to identifiable needs in Northeast Ohio, but which achieve international visibility in selected areas. Engineering students are encouraged to enhance their academic programs through independent study and cooperative work-study programs. The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs is rated as one of the nation’s top 10 programs. It gives students research and practical opportunities within the Cleveland metropolitan area with field experience like rebuilding urban neighborhoods or predicting the effects of urban development. The University’s largest college, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS), is comprised of the departments of anthropology, art, economics, English, history, linguistic studies, modern languages, music, philosophy, political science, religious studies, sociology and the School of Communication and School of Social Work. CLASS is also home to the University’s Art Gallery. The College of Science is comprised of biological, geological and environmental sciences, chemistry, health sciences including physical and occupational therapy, mathematics, physics, psychology and speech and hearing. The college has many active partnerships with the Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute in research and teaching. The College of Education and Human Services promotes a strong student-teaching program to help its students gain a better understanding of the learning process. Elementary, early childhood, physical, Montessori, preschool and secondary education are among the programs provided by CSU. Special certification is offered in many areas. Cleveland State complements its undergraduate program with a full range of opportunities in graduate education, including 35 master’s and six doctoral level degrees in areas that address Ohio’s economic and social needs. The University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has roots in the 19th century, when it was established as the Cleveland School of Law. In 1946, the Cleveland School of Law merged with the John Marshall School of Law, and the resulting Cleveland-Marshall College of Law became part of Cleveland State in 1969. Cleveland-Marshall offers unique programs that combine business and law, as well as health care and law, and was ranked sixth in health care law by U.S. News & World Report. Of Cleveland State’s students, 57 percent are women and 28 percent are minorities, of which 18 percent are African-American. Significantly, nearly 98 percent of the University’s students are from northeast Ohio, and 70 percent of graduates remain in the Cleveland area. Cleveland State also offers a wide variety of adult education, continuing education and certificate programs, and Project 60 offers free, non-degree education to Cleveland-area senior citizens. 42 C l e v e l a n d S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y

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CSU At A Glance Established: 1964 by action of the Ohio General Assembly President: Dr. Ronald M. Berkman First classes held: Fall, 1965 Enrollment: 17,232 - 80% from Cuyahoga County; 98% from Ohio Graduates: More than 100,000 -- 70 percent of whom live in the area. Full-time Employees: 532 faculty (97 percent have Ph.D. or highest degree in their field); approximately 1,000 staff. In 2005-06, CSU ranked second nationally - and first in Ohio - with seven prestigious Fulbright Scholar awards. Yearly tuition and fees: Undergraduate $7,920; New undergraduates $7,920; Graduate $11,420.50; Law $16,477.50. Location: In the heart of downtown Cleveland, Euclid Avenue between East 17th and East 30th Street; Carnegie Ave. to Payne Ave. Economic Impact: $254 million and 3,000 jobs (2001). Over the next decade, CSU is projected to generate more than $2.5 billion for the region. A recent graduating class will pay nearly $1 million annually in Ohio taxes; $39 million over their projected lifetimes in Ohio taxes. Student profile: 57 percent women, 43 percent men. Approximately 28 percent minorities, of which 18 percent are African American. Average age 25. About one-third are in graduate school or law school. More than half are part-time students and transfer students - CSU’s junior class is consistently larger than its freshman class. Research Grants/Contracts: $31 million in federal, state, local and private grants (FY 2005). Campus: Approximately 85 acres, 40 buildings (largest footprint in downtown Cleveland). Partnerships/Collaborations: The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland Municipal School District, City of Cleveland, NASA Glenn Research Center, business/industry, federal government, other higher education institutions, and more. Academic Organizations: Eight Colleges, including Liberal Arts and Social Science, Science, Business Administration, Education and Human Services, Engineering, Law, Urban Affairs, and Graduate Studies. The Division of Continuing Education offers noncredit courses to thousands of students each year. Project 60 offers free classes to senior citizens. Academic Programs: More than 1,000 courses support 200 major fields of study at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as professional certificate and continuing education programs. The University also offers an Honors Program to academically talented and highly motivated students. Student Activities: Student Government Association, Student Bar Association, Campus Activities Board, student-run radio station (WCSB-FM), three student newspapers (The Cauldron, The Vindicator and The Cleveland Stater), Whiskey Island literary magazine, the Gavel law school publication, five national fraternities, seven sororities and more than 150 student honorary, professional, cultural and social organizations. 2011-12 Men’s Basketball


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The Horizon Leagu e : Aspiring to teach young people, through athletic competition, the value of learning, service to others and personal responsibility

Pan American Plaza 201 South Capitol Ave., Suite 500 Indianapolis, IN 46225 Phone: (317) 237-5622 Fax: (317) 237-5620 www.horizonleague.org

Jon LeCrone Commissioner

Cindy French Senior Executive Associtate

Bill Benner Sr. Associate Commissioner/ External Relations

Stephanie Jarvis Assoc. Commissioner/ Compliance & Legal Affairs

Beth Opell Director of Finance

Bill Potter Director of Communications

Craig Hammel Assistant Director of Communications

Christine Halstead Asst. Director of Championships/Compliance

Horizon League Membership Butler University Cleveland State University University of Detroit Mercy University of Illinois at Chicago Loyola University Chicago Valparaiso University University of Wisconsin-Green Bay University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wright State University Youngstown State University

Alfreeda Goff Senior Associate Commissioner

Horizon League Staff Commissioner ............................................................ Jon LeCrone Senior Executive Associate.......................................Cindy French Senior Associate Commissioner/Chief of Staff ....... Alfreeda Goff Sr. Associate Commissioner/External Relations .........Bill Benner Assoc. Commissioner/Compliance & Legal Affairs...... Stephanie Jarvis Asst. Comm./Championships & Sport Administration .........Wayne Burrow Director of Finance . .....................................................Beth Opell Director of Communications & New Media .................. Bill Potter Asst. Director of Championships/Compliance ....Christine Halstead Assistant Director of Communications................... Craig Hammel Office Operations Assistant....................................... Jessica Beck Coordinator of Officials/Men’s Basketball .................Mike Conlin Coordinator of Officials/Women’s Basketball . ........ Patty Broderick Coordinator of Officials/Soccer . ............................. Steve Siomos Coordinator of Officials/Volleyball ........................ Marcie Altman Coordinator of Officials/Baseball ....................... Richard Fetchiet Coordinator of Officials/Softball . ...................................... Art Hill 2011-12 Basketball

Mike Conlin Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officials

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2011-12 Vikings 2 010- 11 J a m e s J . Mc C af fe r t y Tr o p h y Final Standings School Championships Points Butler 6 59 Milwaukee 6 50.5 Cleveland State 2 39.5 Wright State 1 28.5 Green Bay 2 28 UIC 2 25.5 Loyola 0 25 Youngstown State 0 17 Detroit 0 14 Valparaiso 0 13 The James J. McCafferty Trophy is awarded annually to the school with the top overall performance in Horizon League championship play each year.

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Baseball.................................... Wright State Men’s Basketball..................................Butler Women’s Basketball...................... Green Bay Men’s Cross Country............................Butler Women’s Cross Country........................Butler Men’s Golf.............................. Cleveland Stte Women’s Golf.......................................Butler Men’s Soccer........................................Butler Women’s Soccer............................Milwaukee Softball....................................................UIC Men’s Swimming...........................Milwaukee Women’s Swimming...................... Green Bay Men’s Tennis........................ Cleveland State Women’s Tennis........................................UIC Men’s Indoor Track........................Milwaukee Women’s Indoor Track...................Milwaukee Men’s Outdoor Track......................Milwaukee Women’s Outdoor Track.................Milwaukee Women’s Volleyball...............................Butler

R e g u l a r Se as on C h a m pions Baseball.................................... Wright State Men’s Basketball.................. Cleveland State ..........................................Butler/Milwaukee Women’s Basketball...................... Green Bay Men’s Soccer........................................Butler Women’s Soccer............................Milwaukee Softball............................................... Loyola Volleyball......................................Milwaukee 44 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

In its 33rd season of operation in the 2011-12 academic year, the Horizon League continues to aspire toward its goal of being one of the nation’s leading athletics conferences while being recognized as a leader in the development of student-athletes as leaders and role models. The Horizon League membership features ten public and private institutions that have impressive academic reputations and a storied tradition of broad-based athletic programs. Membership includes Butler University, Cleveland State University, the University of Detroit Mercy, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Valparaiso University, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wright State University and Youngstown State University. The Horizon League’s primary focus is on adding value to the educational experience through its four platforms: athletic performance, academic achievement, community outreach, and personal responsibility and accountability. It is the League’s belief that athletics is a powerful and visible resource tool that can be used to enhance student-athletes’ collegiate experience. The Horizon League’s goals are to enhance the holistic university experience for the student-athlete, to create an affiliation of institutions with similar athletic goals, and to adhere to the principals of integrity, diversity, excellence and growth. The Horizon League sponsors competition in 19 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis) and ten for women (basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis and volleyball).

The League receives automatic bids to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, and for the first time in League history, women’s golf. The Horizon League is headquartered in Indianapolis, the “Amateur Sports Capital of the World,” with offices in the Pan American Plaza (201 S. Capitol Avenue), located a block from Lucas Oil Stadium and minutes from Conseco Fieldhouse, the State Capitol Building, Victory Field and the NCAA national office. A PROUD HISTORY Founded on June 16, 1979, as the Midwestern City Conference with six charter members, the League changed its name to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference in 1985 and added women’s sports for the 1986-87 academic year. Charter members of the conference included current members Butler and Loyola as well as the University of Evansville, Oklahoma City University, Oral Roberts University and Xavier University. Among other current members, Detroit joined in 1980, and Cleveland State, UIC, Green Bay, Milwaukee and Wright State came aboard in 1994 (along with Northern Illinois University) in the largest non-merger conference expansion in history. Youngstown State joined in 2001 and Valparaiso in 2007. On June 4, 2001, the Horizon League unveiled its current name and ushered in a new dynamic direction that has brought the League closer to its stated goal of being one of the nation’s top ten collegiate athletic conferences with a focus on enhancing the student-athletes’ experience by upgrading the League’s market and competitive positions.

2 0 1 1 -1 2 Horizon Lea g ue Cha m p ionship s Sched ule & Site s Sport Baseball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s Cross Country Women’s Cross Country Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Softball Men’s Swimming Women’s Swimming Men’s Tennis Women’s Tennis Men’s Indoor Track Women’s Indoor Track Men’s Outdoor Track Women’s Outdoor Track Women’s Volleyball

Dates May 23-26, 2012 Feb. 28, 2012 March 2-3, 2012 March 6, 2012 March 5, 2012 March 7, 2012 March 9 & 11, 2012 Oct. 29, 2011 Oct. 29, 2011 April 27-29, 2012 April 27-29, 2012 Nov. 8, 2011 Nov. 11 & 13, 2011 Nov. 1, 2011 Nov. 4 & 6, 2011 May 9-12, 2012 Feb. 22-25, 2012 Feb. 22-25, 2012 April 27-29, 2012 April 27-29, 2012 Feb. 25-26, 2012 Feb. 25-26, 2012 May 4-6, 2012 May 4-6, 2012 Nov. 18-20, 2011

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Tournament Round & Site (Hosts) Les Miller Field, Chicago, Ill. (UIC( Hosted by higher seeds Second round & semifinals, at regular season champion Championship, hosted by highest remaining seed Hosted by higher seeds Quarterfinals, Hosted by higher seeds Semi-finals & Finals, Hosted by highest remaining seed Squire Valleevue Farm, Gates Mills, Ohio (Cleveland State) Squire Valleevue Farm, Gates Mills, Ohio (Cleveland State) Mission Inn Resort Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. (Horizon League) Mission Inn Resort Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. (Horizon League) Hosted by No. 3 & No. 4 seeds Semi-finals & finals, Hosted by No. 1 seed Hosted by No. 3 & No. 4 seeds Semi-finals & finals, Hosted by No. 1 seed Hosted by No. 1 seed Schroeder Aquatic Center, Brown Deer, Wis. (Milwaukee) Schroeder Aquatic Center, Brown Deer, Wis. (Milwaukee) North Central H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. (Horizon League) North Central H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. (Horizon League) Watson & Tressel Training Site, Youngstown, Ohio (Youngstown State) Watson & Tressel Training Site, Youngstown, Ohio (Youngstown State) Lewis University Athletic Complex, Romeoville, Ill. (UIC) Lewis University Athletic Complex, Romeoville, Ill. (UIC) Hosted by No. 1 seed 2011-12 Basketball


2011-12 Vikings ATHLETIC SUCCESS In the past few years, the Horizon League has enjoyed unprecedented success on the national stage, highlighted by Butler’s second consecutive appearance in the NCAA men’s basketball championship game appearance where the Bulldogs fell to Connecticut, 53-41. The Horizon League has compiled a 19-11 record in the past nine years in the NCAA tournament, ranking seventh among all collegiate conferences for winning percentage. Green Bay’s women’s basketball team became the league’s first team to reach the Sweet 16 in 2011, knocking off Michigan State in the second round before going toe-totoe with No. 1 seed Baylor in the regional semifinals. The Phoenix earned a No. 5 seed in the tournament, going 34-2 on the year and holding a perfect 16-0 mark in Horizon League play. Men’s soccer has tasted victory in seven out of the last nine years (Milwaukee 2002-05, UIC 2006-08), with UIC just one win away from the College Cup in 2007. In 2011, Butler was consistently ranked in the top-10 of the nation, earning the No. 13 national seed after becoming the last unbeaten team in the country. In softball, League teams won a game in the national tournament four straight years earlier in the decade (UIC 2002, 2004; Wright State 2003; Green Bay 2005) while advancing into the second round in women’s soccer three of the last six seasons (Detroit 2004, Milwaukee 200506). Butler’s Victoria Mitchell became the League’s first NCAA individual champion when she won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. ACADEMIC SUCCESS Horizon League student-athletes also excel in the classroom as more than 500 have been named to the Academic Honor Roll each of the past nine semesters for carrying a grade-point average of 3.2 or better, including more than 700 for the last four semesters. 24 student-athletes were named to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District teams in 2010-11, while six earned Academic All-America honors. COMMUNITY SERVICE In addition to athletics success, the Horizon League has secured a well-earned reputation for its community service initiatives. Each January, member institutions partner with local elementary schools for an art, music and essay contest highlighting the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with winners recognized at League games on the weekend of MLK Day. The Horizon League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) also has continued a tradition of working with youth in Indianapolis during its annual summer meeting. In addition, SAAC is partnering with Special Olympics, putting on events for olympians in each community. Several League men’s basketball coaches coached barefoot to support Samaritan’s Feet and Coaches vs. Cancer initiatives, and the League’s schools and fans donate to Komen for the Cure for breast cancer awareness during its annual women’s basketball championship. On campus, student-athletes have raised money and awareness for such causes as breast cancer, diabetes and hurricane relief, while hosting blood drives, neighborhood clean-ups, Big Brother/Big Sister programs and more. 2011-12 Basketball

2 0 1 1 -1 2 Horizon Lea g ue Live Television Sched ule Date

Matchup ............................................................................................................. Time

Nov. 7 Valparaiso at Arizona........................................................................... 9 p.m.

ESPNU

Nov. 13 Cleveland State at Vanderbilt............................................................... 2 p.m.

ESPNU

Nov. 14 Detroit at Notre Dame........................................................................... 9 p.m.

ESPNU

Nov. 19 Louisville at Butler............................................................................... TBA

ESPN3

Dec. 5 St. John’s at Detroit.............................................................................. 7 p.m.

ESPN2

Dec. 7 Xavier at Butler . ................................................................................. 9 p.m.

ESPN2

Dec. 11 Detroit at Alabama............................................................................... 6 p.m.

ESPNU

Dec. 20 Butler at Gonzaga............................................................................... 9 p.m.

ESPN2

Dec. 31 Milwaukee at Butler............................................................................. 2 p.m.

HLN GOTW

Jan. 6 Butler at Wright State..............................................................................TBA ESPNU/ESPN3 Jan. 6 Valparaiso at Detroit...............................................................................TBA ESPNU/ESPN3 Jan. 7 Loyola at Cleveland State ..................................................................... 2 p.m.

HLN GOTW

Jan. 8 Butler at Detroit....................................................................................... TBA

ESPN3

Jan. 13 Cleveland State at Butler ..................................................................7 p.m. ESPNU/ESPN3 Jan. 14 Wright State at Green Bay.................................................................... 2 p.m.

HLN GOTW

Jan. 19 Butler at UIC ...................................................................................... 8 p.m.

ESPN3

Jan. 20 Green Bay at Cleveland St......................................................................TBA ESPNU/ESPN3 Jan. 20 Milwaukee at Youngstown St..................................................................TBA ESPNU/ESPN3 Jan. 21 Butler at Loyola.................................................................................... 2 p.m.

HLN GOTW

Jan. 26 Butler at Milwaukee............................................................................. 8 p.m.

ESPN3

Jan. 28 Valparaiso at Milwaukee...................................................................... 2 p.m.

HLN GOTW

Jan. 28 Butler at Green Bay.............................................................................. 7 p.m.

ESPNU

Feb. 3 Cleveland State at Loyola...................................................................... 9 p.m.

ESPNU

Feb. 4 Detroit at Butler................................................................................... 12 p.m.

ESPN2

Feb. 4 Milwaukee at Green Bay........................................................................ 2 p.m.

HLN GOTW

Feb. 9 Butler at Youngstown State.................................................................. 7 p.m.

ESPN3

Feb. 10 Milwaukee at Detroit..............................................................................TBA ESPNU/ESPN3 Feb. 10 Green Bay at Wright State......................................................................TBA ESPNU/ESPN3 Feb. 11 Butler at Cleveland State...................................................................11 a.m. ESPN/ESPN2 Feb. 11 UIC at Loyola........................................................................................ 2 p.m.

HLN GOTW

Feb. 24 Butler at Valparaiso............................................................................. 7 p.m.

ESPNU

Feb. 25 Detroit at Youngstown State................................................................. 2 p.m.

HLN GOTW

March 3 HL Tournament Semifinals.................................................................. 8:30 p.m.

ESPNU

March 3 HL Tournament Semifinals................................................................. 10:30 p.m.

ESPNU

March 6 Horizon League Championship...........................................................9 p.m.

ESPN/ESPN2

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2011-12 Vikings SPORTSMANSHIP One of the Horizon League’s points of emphasis is fostering collegial environments for competition among studentathletes, coaches, administrators and fans in a pro-active approach. Among the vehicles is the Ethical Conduct Pledge, which is signed each season by student-athletes, coaches, officials, and campus and League administrators. Its purpose is to make all the involved groups aware of the Horizon League expectations of behavior during conference events. DEMOGRAPHICS Horizon League institutions boast a combined enrollment of more than 130,000 plus nearly a quarter-million living alumni centered in the League’s Midwest footprint. League media markets include five of the nation’s top 35 in Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Indianapolis and Milwaukee, covering more than ten million television households and encompassing more than nine percent of the nation’s television audience. GOVERNANCE The Horizon League is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of the ten member institutions’ chief executive officers. Dr. Ronald Berkman, President of Cleveland State, serves as Board Chair through June 30, 2012. John Parry, Director of Athletics at Cleveland State, serves as chair of the Executive Council, and Beth Goetz, Associate Athletic Director/ Senior Woman Administrator at Butler, is the Vice Chair and Shelia Patterson of Cleveland State serves as chair of the Faculty Athletics Representatives. LEADERSHIP Jonathan B. (Jon) LeCrone is in his 20th year as Commissioner of the Horizon League, having been named to the position on May 11, 1992, and is the fifth-longest tenured commissioner among the 31 Division I conferences. He is the fifth commissioner in League history, succeeding Daniel B. “Tucker” DiEdwardo (1989-92), James W. Shaffer (1984-89), Cecil N. Coleman (1980-84) and James J. McCafferty (197980). LeCrone is in the final year of a four-year term on the NCAA Division I Leadership Council after completing a fiveyear term on the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. VISIBILITY The Horizon League has enhanced its media visibility with a number of initiatives. The League is in a three-year agreement with ESPN that includes selected regular-season men’s basketball action (ESPN2) and the men’s championship game (ESPN) and features increased exposures each year on ESPNU plus inclusion in the annual O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters, one of the premier in-season events. HORIZON LEAGUE NETWORK Having streamed more than 2,000 free, live events in the last five years, the Horizon League is a recognized leader in video streaming, through the Horizon League Network (HLN). HLN takes viewers inside the conference, featuring student-athlete profiles, weekly highlight shows, comprehensive coverage of all 19 Horizon League championships and other special programming. 46 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

In 2010-11, HLN and HorizonLeague.com experienced unprecedented growth as more than 300,000 unique visitors across 149 countries/territories watched HLN coverage. Through the League’s partnership with WebStream Productions, HorizonLeague.com integrated both HorizonLeagueNetwork.tv and HorizonLeague.org, leading to record visitors to the new site. The 2010-11 season featured the 2,000th live event streamed by the League.

NC AA Events

Hosted By Horizon League Schools Men’s Basketball First & Second Round Butler & Horizon League, 1987, 1990,1993, 1996, 1999, 2003 & 2005 Cleveland State, 2000, 2005 & 2011 Men’s Basketball Final Four Butler & Horizon League, 1991, 1997, 2000 & 2006, 2010 Detroit, 2009

2 0 1 0 -1 1 Horizon Lea g ue Aw a r d s Player of the Year Norris Cole, Cleveland State

Men’s Basketball Regional Detroit, 1988, 1991, 2008 Indianapolis, 2009

Coach of the Year Rob Jeter, Milwaukee

NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship Cleveland State, 2006 (Regional)

Newcomer of the Year Ray McCallum, Detroit

Women’s Basketball Final Four Butler & Horizon League, 2005 Cleveland State, 2007

Defensive Player of the Year Norris Cole, Cleveland State Sixth Man of the Year Geoff McCammon, Loyola

NCAA Men’s Golf Regional Cleveland State, 2006

First Team Norris Cole, G, Cleveland State Matt Howard, F, Butler Vaughn Duggins, G, Wright State Anthony Hill, F, Milwaukee Brandon Wood, G, Valparaiso

NCAA Women’s Volleyball Regional Green Bay, 2004 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Cleveland, 2011 (Second & Third Round)

Second Team Shelvin Mack, G, Butler Rahmon Fletcher, G, Green Bay Ray McCallum, G, Detroit Eli Holman, F, Detroit N’Gai Evans, G, Wright State All-Newcomer Team Ray McCallum, G, Detroit Kaylon Williams, G, Milwaukee Paul Carter, F, UIC Alec Brown, C, Green Bay Damian Eargle, F, Youngstown State All-Defensive Team Norris Cole, G, Cleveland State Eli Holman, F, Detroit Trevon Harmon, G, Cleveland State Ronald Nored, G, Butler Matt Howard, G, Butler

Future C h a m p io n s h i p Even t s

NCAA Men’s Basketball Regional Indianapolis, 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four Indianapolis, 2015 NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four Butler & Horizon League, 2011 & 2016

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2011- 12 H o riz o n L e a g u e S c h ed u le Friday, November 11 UIC at Eastern Michigan, 7:00 p.m. Lake Erie College at Detroit, 7:00 p.m. University of Mary at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. Loyola at Illinois, 9:00 p.m. Wright State at Ohio State, 9:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Georgia Southern, TBA Saturday, November 12 SW Minnesota St. at Milwaukee, 2:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Samford, 7:00 p.m. Butler at Evansville, 8:00 p.m. Sunday, November 13 Cleveland State at Vanderbilt, 2:00 p.m. Monday, November 14 Wilberforce at Youngstown State, 7:00 p.m. Loyola at Kansas State, 8:00 p.m. Holy Cross (Ind.) at Valparaiso, 8:05 p.m. Detroit at Notre Dame, 9:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Northern Illinois, TBA Tuesday, November 15 UT-Chattanooga at Butler, 7:00 p.m. Notre Dame College at Youngstown St, 7:00 p.m. Rio Grande at Cleveland State, 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 16 Jackson State at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Loyola at Eastern Illinois, 8:00 p.m.

Ex hi bi tion Sc hedule Saturday, October 29 Madonna at Detroit, 7:00 p.m. Hillsdale at Valparaiso, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 2 Northern State at Butler, 7:00 p.m. University of Chicago at UIC, 8:00 p.m. Thursday, November 3 Augustana at Valparaiso, 8:00 p.m. Friday, November 4 Lawrence at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. Saturday, November 5 Franklin College at Butler, 7:00 p.m. Ashland at Detroit, 7:00 p.m. UW-Parkside at Milwaukee, 8:00 p.m. TBA at Loyola, TBA Tuesday, November 8 Lake Forest College at UIC, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 9 John Carroll at Cleveland State, 7:00 p.m. 2011-12 Basketball

Roosevelt at UIC, 8:00 p.m. Green Bay at North Dakota State, 8:00 p.m. Friday, November 18 Cal-Riverside at Youngstown St, 7:00 p.m. St. Bonaventure at Cleveland State, 7:00 p.m. IUPUI at Milwaukee, 8:00 p.m. TBA at Valparaiso, TBA Saturday, November 19 Louisville at Butler, 2:00 p.m. Quincy at UIC, 4:00 p.m. Wyoming at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. TBA at Valparaiso, TBA Concordia at Detroit, TBA

Thursday, December 1 Cleveland State at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Detroit, 7:00 p.m. UIC at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. Loyola at Milwaukee, 8:00 p.m. Saturday, December 3 UIC at Milwaukee, 2:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Butler, 2:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Wright State, 3:00 p.m. Loyola at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Detroit, TBA Monday, December 5 St. John’s at Detroit, 7:00 p.m. Milwaukee at DePaul, TBA

Sunday, November 20 Loyola at Furman, 2:00 p.m. Texas Southern at Milwaukee, 5:00 p.m. TBA at Valparaiso, TBA

Tuesday, December 6 Fredonia St. at Youngstown State, 7:45 p.m.

Monday, November 21 Detroit vs. George Washington, 5:00 p.m. Savannah State at Butler, 7:00 p.m. Wright State vs. Florida, 7:00 p.m. Green Bay at Indiana State, 7:05, p.m.

Wednesday, December 7 Valparaiso at IPFW, 7:00 p.m. DePaul at Loyola, 8:00 p.m. Green Bay at Wisconsin, 8:00 p.m. Xavier at Butler, 9:00 p.m. Wright State at Air Force, 9:00 p.m.

Tuesday, November 22 Cleveland State at Kent State, 7:00 p.m. Detroit at Bowling Green, 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, December 8 Cleveland State at Robert Morris, 7:00 p.m. Western Michigan at Detroit, TBA

Wednesday, November 23 Detroit vs. Austin Peay, 5:00 p.m. Gardner-Webb at Butler, 7:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Michigan State, 7:00 p.m. Wright State at North Florida, 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Penn State, 7:00 p.m. Evansville at UIC, 8:00 p.m. Friday, November 25 Cleveland State vs. Boston Univ., 4:30, p.m. Valparaiso at Ohio State, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, November 26 Cleveland State vs. Hofstra, 1:30 p.m. Fordham at Loyola, 4:00 p.m. UIC at Toledo, 7:00 p.m. Green Bay at Virginia, 7:00 p.m. Charlotte at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Saint Francis, 7:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Ark.-Little Rock, 8:00 p.m. Detroit at Akron, TBA Sunday, November 27 Cleveland State at Rhode Island, 2:20, p.m. Butler at Indiana, 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 29 Oakland City at Butler, 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 10 Butler at Ball State, 2:00 p.m. Akron at Cleveland State, 2:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Northern Iowa, 2:00 p.m. Green Bay at Marquette, 2:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Buffalo, 2:00 p.m. Loyola at Toledo, 3:00 p.m. Northern Illinois at UIC, 4:00 p.m. Wright State at Miami University, 4:30 p.m. Bowling Green at Valparaiso, 8:05 p.m. Sunday, December 11 Detroit at Alabama, 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 13 Wisconsin at Milwaukee, 8:00 p.m. Michigan Tech at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. UIC at Oregon State, 10:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 14 Cincinnati at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Friday, December 16 UIC at Central Michigan, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, December 17 Butler vs. Purdue, 2:00 p.m. Chicago State at Loyola, 4:00 p.m. Ohio at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Toledo, 7:00 p.m. Oakland at Valparaiso, 8:05 p.m. Mississippi State at Detroit, TBA

In - Seaso n To u r n amen t In fo r m a tion CBE Classic (Nov 14-23 - Games played in Kansas City, Columbia, South Bend, Berkley, Athens, Macon and Bowling Green & Championship rounds at Spirit Center). Teams include Austin Peay, Bowling Green, California, Detroit, George Washington, Georgia, Mercer, Missouri, Niagara, Notre Dame, Sam Houston State and South Dakota State Ticket City Legend Classic (Nov 13-27 - Games played at East Rutherford, Austin, Nashville, Raleigh, Corvalls, Lewisburg, and Kingston. Championship rounds at IZOD Center). Teams include Boston, Bucknell, Cleveland State, Hofstra, Morehead State, NC State, Oregon State, Princeton, Rhode Island Texas, Vanderbilt and West Alabama. CBS Close The Gap Crossroads Classic (Indiana) (Dec 17 - at Conseco Fieldhouse). Teams include Butler, Indiana, Notre Dame and Purdue. 2K Sports Classic (Nov 7-18 - Games played at New York, Queens, Tucson, College Station, Starkville, Lynchburg, Valparaiso and Akron. Championship rounds played at Madison Square Garden). Teams include Akron, Arizona, Duquesne, Eastern Kentucky, Hiram, Indiana-Kokomo Lehigh, Liberty, Mississippi State, University of District of Columbia, St. John’s, Texas A&M, Valparaiso, William & Mary. Auto Owners Insurance Spartan (Michigan) Invitational (Nov 18-30 - Games at Michigan State and Ypsilanti Michigan). Teams include Arkansas Little Rock, Eastern Michigan, Michigan State, Milwaukee and Texas Southern.

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2011-12 Vikings Monday, December 19 Cleveland State at South Florida, 7:00 p.m. Rockhurst at Loyola, 8:00 p.m. Western Illinois at UIC, 8:30 p.m. Youngstown State at Akron, TBA Tuesday, December 20 Idaho at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Butler at Gonzaga, 9:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Northern Illinois, TBA Thursday, December 22 Alabama State at Detroit, 7:00 p.m. Central Michigan at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Sam Houston St. at Cleveland State, 7:00 p.m. Robert Morris at Youngstown State, 7:05 p.m. Loyola at Canisus, 7:30, p.m. Idaho at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. Butler at Stanford, 9:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Marquette, TBA Friday, December 23 Valparaiso at IUPUI, 1:00 p.m. UIC at Dayton, TBA Wednesday, December 28 Cleveland State at Toledo, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, December 29 Green Bay at Butler, 7:00 p.m. Detroit at UIC, 8:00 p.m. Wright State at Loyola, 8:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Valparaiso, 8:05 p.m. Saturday, December 31 Detroit at Loyola, 2:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Butler, 2:00 p.m. Wright State at UIC, 2:00 p.m. Youngstown St. at Cleveland State, 2:00 p.m. Green Bay at Valparaiso, 5;05 p.m. Tuesday, January 3 Milwaukee at Western Michigan, TBA

Friday, January 13 Cleveland State at Butler, 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Valparaiso, 8:05, p.m. Saturday, January 14 Wright State at Green Bay, 2:00 p.m. Loyola at UIC, 4:00 p.m. Detroit at Milwaukee, 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, January 19 Valparaiso at Loyola, 8:00 p.m. Butler at UIC, 8:30 p.m.

Horizon League Road Schools: Loyola, UIC, Valparaiso, Wright State,

Youngstown State.

Saturday, January 21 Butler at Loyola, 2:00 p.m. Valparaiso at UIC, 4:00 p.m. Wright State at Detroit, TBA

Sunday, February 5 Cleveland State at UIC, 2:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Loyola, 2:00 p.m. Thursday, February 9 Butler at Youngstown State, 7:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Cleveland State, 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 22 Milwaukee at Cleveland State, 2:00 p.m. Green Bay at Youngstown State, 7:05 p.m.

Friday, February 10 Milwaukee at Detroit, 9:00 p.m./7:00 p.m. Green Bay at Wright State, 9:00 p.m./7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 25 UIC at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Loyola at Detroit, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, January 26 Butler at Milwaukee, 8:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 11 Butler at Cleveland State, 11:00 a.m. UIC at Loyola, 2:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Youngstown State, 7:05 p.m.

Friday, January 27 UIC at Detroit, 7:00 p.m. Loyola at Wright State, 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, February 12 Milwaukee at Wright State, 3:00 p.m. Green Bay at Detroit, TBA

Saturday, January 28 Valparaiso at Milwaukee, 2:00 p.m. Butler at Green Bay, 7:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Youngstown St., 7:05 p.m.

Friday, January 6 Butler at Wright State, 7:00 p.m./9 p.m. Valparaiso at Detroit, 7:00 p.m./9 p.m.

Tuesday, January 31 Youngstown State at Milwaukee, 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 7 Loyola at Cleveland State, 2:00 p.m. UIC at Youngstown State, 7:05 p.m. Green Bay at Milwaukee, TBA

Thursday, February 2 Wright State at Butler, 7:00 p.m. Detroit at Valparaiso, 8:05 p.m. Youngstown State at UIC, 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 8 Valparaiso at Wright State, 3:00 p.m. Butler at Detroit, 4:00 p.m.

Friday, February 3 Cleveland State at Loyola, 9:00 p.m.

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Horizon League Home Schools: Butler, Cleveland State, Detroit, Milwaukee, Green Bay.

Friday, January 20 Milwaukee at Youngstown State, 8:00 p.m./7 p.m. Green Bay at Cleveland State, 8:00 p.m./7 p.m.

Thursday, January 5 UIC at Cleveland State, 7:00 p.m. Loyola at Youngstown State, 7:05 p.m.

Thursday, January 12 Detroit at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. Wright State at Milwaukee, 8:00 p.m.

All 10 Horizon League schools will take part in the ninth annual BracketBusters, which will be held on Friday-Sunday, Feb. 17-19, 2012. BracketBusters, a three-day men’s college basketball extravaganza, pitting potential NCAA tournament hopefuls against each other, will feature 11 nationally televised games selected from a pool of 114 teams representing 15 conferences. The 11 selected games will be televised on either ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU.

Sunday, January 15 Youngstown State at Butler, 2:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Valparaiso, 2:35 p.m.

Saturday, February 4 Detroit at Butler, 12:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Green Bay, 2:00 p.m. Wright State at Valparaiso, 8:05 p.m.

Tuesday, February 14 Cleveland State at Milwaukee, 8:00 p.m. Loyola at Butler, 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. UIC at Valparaiso, 8:05 p.m.

Wednesday, February 15 Detroit at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Friday, February 17-19 BracketBusters (Gametimes TBA) Tuesday, February 21 UIC at Butler, 7:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Green Bay, 8:00 p.m. Loyola at Valparaiso, 8:05 p.m. Thursday, February 23 Detroit at Cleveland State, 7:00 p.m. Wright State at Youngstown State, 7:05 p.m. Milwaukee at UIC, 8:00 p.m. Green Bay at Loyola, 8:00 p.m. Friday, February 24 Butler at Valparaiso, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, February 25 Detroit at Youngstown State, 2:00 p.m. Green Bay at UIC, 2:00 p.m. Wright State at Cleveland State, 2:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Loyola, 4:00 p.m.

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Feb. 28

First Round hosted by higher seeds............................ 7:00 p.m.

March 2

Second Round hosted by #1 seed......................................... TBA

March 3

Semifinals hosted by #1 seed............................................... TBA

March 6

Championship Game . ......................................... 9:00 p.m. EST

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Fi nal 2010- 11 H o rizon Le a gu e S t a n di n g s

2011 Ho rizo n L ea g ue Ch ampio n sh ip R es ults

Conference Overall School W L Pct W L Pct Home Away Neut Cleveland State # 13 5 .722 27 9 .750 17-3 9-5 1-1 _______________________________________________________________ Milwaukee# 13 5 .722 19 14 .576 10-5 8-8 1-1 _______________________________________________________________ Butler * 13 5 .722 28 10 .737 12-2 7-6 9-2 _______________________________________________________________ Valparaiso % 12 6 .667 23 12 .657 13-4 6-8 4-0 _______________________________________________________________ Wright State 10 8 .556 19 14 .576 14-3 5-8 0-3 _______________________________________________________________ Detroit 10 8 .556 17 16 .515 11-4 6-11 0-1 _______________________________________________________________ Green Bay 8 10 .444 14 18 .438 10-4 4-12 0-2 _______________________________________________________________ Loyola 7 11 .389 16 15 .516 9-8 7-7 0-0 _______________________________________________________________ UIC 2 16 .111 7 24 .226 4-9 1-14 2-1 _______________________________________________________________ Youngstown State 2 16 .111 9 21 .300 9-7 0-14 0-0 _______________________________________________________________

Regular Season Champion: Cleveland State, Milwaukee & Butler Tournament Champion: Butler * NCAA Tournament Participant # NIT Participant % - CollegeInsider.com Participant

Tuesday, March 1 (at campus sites) Game 1: No. 3 Cleveland State 83, No. 10 Loyola 71 Game 2: No. 6 Wright State 60, No. 7 Green Bay 50 Game 3: No. 4 Valparaiso 80, No. 9 Youngstown St. 71 Game 4: No. 5 Detroit 90, No. 8 Loyola 69 Friday, March 4 (Milwaukee, Wis.) Game 5: Cleveland State 73, Wright State 59 Game 6: Valparaiso 88, Detroit 78 Saturday, March 5 (Milwaukee, Wis.) Game 7: No. 2 Butler 76, Cleveland State 68 Game 8: No. 1 Milwaukee 70, Valparaiso 63 Tuesday, March 8 (Milwaukee, Wis.) Game 9: Butler 59, Milwaukee 44

F i n a l 2 0 1 0 - 1 1 Ho r iz on Lea g ue Tea m Sta tis tics Scoring Offense Detroit Valpariaso Butler Cleveland State Loyola Youngstown State Milwaukee Green Bay Wright State UIC

G 33 35 38 36 31 30 33 32 33 31

W-L 17-16 23-12 28-10 27-9 16-15 9-21 19-14 14-18 19-14 7-24

Pts 2459 2564 2707 2556 2153 2072 2266 2154 2123 1943

Avg. 74.5 73.3 71.2 71.0 69.5 69.1 68.7 67.3 64.3 62.7

Free Throw Pct. Wright State Loyola Cleveland State Butler Green Bay Detroit UIC Valparaiso Milwaukee Youngstown State

G 33 31 36 38 32 33 31 35 33 30

FTM 486 471 601 580 428 593 351 448 506 325

FTA 650 639 822 799 624 863 526 674 774 533

Pct. .748 .737 .731 .726 .689 .687 .667 .665 .654 .610

Blocked Shots Detroit Youngstown State Green Bay Loyola Valparaiso Cleveland State UIC Milwaukee Butler Wright State

G 33 30 32 31 35 36 31 33 38 33

Blocks 165 148 119 110 95 97 82 72 61 35

Avg. 5.0 4.9 3.7 3.5 2.7 2.7 2.6 2.2 1.6 1.1

Scoring Defense Wright State Cleveland State Butler Loyola Valpariaso Green Bay UIC Milwaukee Detroit Youngstown State

G 33 36 38 31 35 32 31 33 33 30

W-L 19-14 27-9 28-10 16-15 23-12 14-18 7-24 19-14 17-16 9-21

Pts 2035 2291 2437 2065 2379 2189 2152 2300 2397 2226

Avg 61.7 63.6 64.1 66.6 68.0 68.4 69.4 69.7 72.6 74.2

3-Pt. Field Goal Pct. Loyola Wright State Detroit Milwaukee Butler Cleveland State Youngstown State Valparaiso Green Bay UIC

G 31 33 33 33 38 36 30 35 32 31

FGM 200 217 168 250 289 237 235 220 152 146

FGA 553 608 476 711 822 695 708 685 477 467

Pct. .362 .357 .353 .352 .352 .341 .332 .321 .319 .313

Assists Valparaiso Youngstown State Milwaukee Loyola Detroit Butler Cleveland State Green Bay UIC Wright State

G Assists 35 553 30 454 33 422 31 383 33 405 38 452 36 427 32 377 31 361 33 337

Avg. 15.8 15.1 12.8 12.4 12.3 11.9 11.9 11.8 11.6 10.2

Scoring Margin Cleveland State Butler Valparaiso Loyola Wright State Detroit Milwaukee Green Bay Youngstown State UIC

G 36 38 35 31 33 33 33 32 30 31

Pts. 71.0 71.2 73.3 69.5 64.3 74.5 68.7 67.3 69.1 62.7

Allow Margin 63.6 +7.4 64.1 +7.1 68.0 +5.3 66.6 +2.8 61.7 +2.7 72.6 +1.9 69.7 -1.0 68.4 -1.1 74.2 -5.1 69.4 -6.7

3-Pt. FG Defense Cleveland State Butler Wright State Valparaiso Detroit UIC Loyola Milwaukee Youngstown State Green Bay

G 36 38 33 35 33 31 31 33 30 32

FGM 190 229 178 208 242 189 190 216 172 195

FGA 587 707 545 635 726 526 528 600 475 514

Pct. .324 .324 .327 .328 .333 .359 .360 .360 .362 .379

Steals Valparaiso Detroit Cleveland State Wright State Youngstown State Green Bay Loyola Butler Milwaukee UIC

G 35 33 36 33 30 32 31 38 33 31

Steals 727 351 269 205 186 198 186 226 164 144

Avg. 7.8 7.6 7.5 6.2 6.2 6.2 6.0 5.9 5.0 4.6

Field Goal Pct. Valpariaso Detroit Green Bay Cleveland State Butler Milwaukee Wright State Loyola UIC Youngstown State

G 35 33 32 36 38 33 33 31 31 30

FGM 948 849 787 859 919 755 710 741 723 756

FGA 2001 1831 1801 1980 2122 1753 1649 1733 1703 1823

Pct. .474 .464 .437 .434 .433 .431 .431 .428 .425 .415

Rebounding Detroit UIC Butler Loyola Valparaiso Green Bay Youngstown State Milwaukee Cleveland State Wright State

G 33 31 38 31 35 32 30 33 36 33

Reb. 1237 1127 1337 1080 1218 1102 1032 1120 1214 898

Avg. 37.5 36.4 35.2 34.8 34.8 34.4 34.4 33.9 33.7 27.2

Turnover Margin Wright State Cleveland State Green Bay Butler Loyola Youngstown State Valparaiso Milwaukee Detroit UIC

G 33 36 32 38 31 30 35 33 33 31

TO 356 412 421 416 396 359 481 459 517 497

Field Goal Defense Cleveland State Valparaiso Butler Detroit Loyola Green Bay Youngstown State Milwaukee UIC Wright State

G 36 35 38 33 31 32 30 33 31 33

FGM 786 813 845 856 750 731 771 827 774 704

FGA 1900 1920 1994 2006 1676 1631 1717 1841 1720 1527

Pct. .414 .423 .424 .427 .447 .448 .449 .449 .450 .461

Reb. Margin UIC Detroit Butler Loyola Green Bay Valparaiso Milwaukee Cleveland State Wright State Youngstown State

Avg. 36.4 37.5 35.2 34.8 34.4 34.8 33.9 33.7 27.2 34.4

Opp. Margin 32.7 +3.6 34.1 +3.4 32.1 +3.1 32.8 +2.0 32.7 +1.7 33.9 +0.9 33.4 +0.5 34.9 -1.2 31.5 -4.3 39.8 -5.4

3-Pt. FGM Youngstown State Butler Milwaukee Cleveland State Wright State Loyola Valparaiso Detroit Green Bay UIC

G 30 38 33 36 33 31 35 33 32 31

3FGM 235 289 250 237 217 200 220 168 152 146

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Opp. Margin 499 +4.3 530 +3.3 470 +1.5 474 +1.5 425 +0.9 387 +0.9 513 +0.9 419 -1.2 471 -1.4 380 -3.8 Avg. 7.8 7.6 7.6 6.6 6.6 6.5 6.3 5.7 4.8 4.7

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2011-12 Vikings Final 2010-11 Horizon League Individual Statistics Scoring Norris Cole, CSU Vaughn Duggins, WSU Brandon Wood, VU Matt Howard, BU Shelvin Mack, BU Robo Kreps, UIC Rahmon Fletcher, GB Anthony Hill, UWM Paul Carter, UIC Geoff McCammon, LUC

G 36 33 33 37 38 31 32 32 31 31

FG 251 202 207 188 201 167 187 172 156 147

3FG 51 37 61 53 87 71 51 1 29 85

FT 227 152 77 179 120 84 76 145 115 66

Pts 780 593 552 608 609 489 501 490 456 445

Rebounding Eli Holman, UDM Paul Carter, UIC Matt Howard, Butler Andy Polka, LUC Anthony Hill, UWM Aaron Pogue, CSU Damian Eargle, YSU Norris Cole, CSU Daniel Turner, GB Kaylon Williams, UWM

G 32 31 37 31 32 36 30 36 31 33

Off. 112 78 98 97 90 90 63 27 76 13

Def. Total 194 306 171 249 187 285 127 224 122 212 131 221 118 181 183 210 104 180 172 185

Avg. 9.6 8.0 7.7 7.2 6.6 6.1 6.0 5.8 5.8 5.6

Field Goal Pct. Eli Holman, UDM Andrew Smith, BU Howard Little, VU Nick Minnerath, UDM Anthony Hill, UWM Aaron Pogue, CSU Damian Eargle, YSU Jarvis Williams Tony Meier, UWM Alec Brown, GB

G 32 38 35 33 32 36 30 25 33 32

FGM 145 124 133 124 172 111 144 83 126 115

FGA 239 209 240 232 325 215 279 163 250 235

Assists Kaylon Williams, UWM Norris Cole, CSU Ray McCallum, UDM Kendrick Perry, YSU Shelvin Mack, BU Courtney Stanley, LUC N’Gai, Evans, WSU Brandon Wood, Valpo Erik Buggs, Valpo Rahmon Fletcher, GB

G Assists 33 178 36 191 33 161 30 122 38 131 30 102 30 98 33 103 35 109 32 98

Blocked Shots Damian Eargle, YSU LaMarcus Lowe, UDM Alec Brown, GB Eli Holman, UDM Ben Averkamp, LU Ryan Broekhoff Charle Woods, CSU Paul Carter, UIC KC Robbins, UIC Aaron Pogue, CSU

G Blocks 30 91 33 78 32 67 32 51 31 49 35 39 30 29 31 22 31 20 36 23

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Free Throw Pct. Norris Cole, CSU Jeff McCammon, LU Nick Minnerath, UDM Vaughn Duggins, WSU Walt Gibler, LU Ben Averkamp, LU Tony Meier, UWM Robo Kreps, UIC Matt Howard, BU Trevon Harmon, CSU

G 36 31 33 33 26 31 33 31 37 36

FTM 227 66 104 152 97 71 79 84 179 91

FTA 266 79 125 185 119 88 98 106 226 115

Steals Norris Cole, CSU Brandon Wood, Valpo Ray McCallum, UDM Trevon Harmon, CSU Vaughn Duggins, WSU N’Gai Evans, WSU Rahmon Fletcher, GB Robo Kreps, UIC Kendrick Perry, YSU Chase Simon, UDM

G Steals 36 80 33 55 33 54 36 55 33 50 30 45 32 47 31 42 30 40 32 41

Avg. 2.2 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.3

3-Pt. Field Goal Pct. Ryan Broekhoff, Valpo Tony Meier, UWM Terrance Hill, LU Geoff McCammon, LU Cooper Land, WSU Matt Howard, BU Jason Calliste, UDM Blake Allen, YSU Vytas Sulskis, YSU Rahmon Fletcher, GB

G 35 33 31 31 26 37 31 30 30 32

3FG 3FGA Pct. 64 143 .448 66 149 .443 53 124 .427 85 204 .417 39 95 .411 53 133 .398 48 121 .397 47 120 .392 43 115 .374 51 138 .370

Avg. 5.4 5.3 4.9 4.1 3.4 3.4 3.3 3.1 3.1 3.1

3-Pt. Field Goals Made Geoff McCammon, LU Tone Boyle, UWM Robo Kreps, UIC Shelvin Mack, BU Tony Meier, UWM Brandon Wood, Valpo Ryan Broekhoff Ashen Ward, YSU Terrance Hill, LU Trevon Harmon, CSU

G 31 33 31 38 33 33 35 29 31 36

3FG 85 83 71 87 66 61 64 50 53 61

Avg. 3.0 2.4 2.1 1.6 1.6 1.1 1.0 0.7 0.6 0.6

Assist/Turnover Ratio Blake Allen, YSU Kendrick Perry, YSU Norris Cole, CSU Ray McCallum, UDM Erik Buggs, Valpo Kaylon Williams, UWM Shawn Vanzant, BU Ryan Broekhoff, Valpo Matt Kenney, Valpo Rahmon Fletcher, GB

G 30 30 36 33 35 33 38 35 32 32

Asst. 74 122 191 161 109 178 64 63 77 98

Pct. .607 .593 .554 .534 .529 .516 .516 .509 .504 .489

Avg. 21.7 18.0 16.7 16.4 16.0 15.8 15.7 15.3 14.7 14.4

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Pct. .853 .835 .832 .822 .815 .807 .806 .792 .792 .791

Avg. 2.7 2.5 2.3 2.3 2.0 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.7 TO Ratio 34 2.2 57 2.1 97 2.0 85 1.9 58 1.9 106 1.7 40 1.6 41 1.5 51 1.5 67 1.5

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2010-11 In review

Trey harmoN earned mid-major defensive all-american honors in 2010-11.

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2011-12 Vikings

A Season To Remember Vikings Win Horizon League Championship And Advance to Postseason Play for Thir d T ime in Last Four Years In the beginning, things did not look good for the Vikings to regain the success in 2010-11 that they had enjoyed prior to going 16-17 against one of the toughest schedules in the nation.. After all, just two days into the official practice season, do everything forward D’Aundray Brown was lost for the season after tearing ligaments in his right hand. With one lunge for a loose ball, CSU lost its energy player, the one who during his first three seasons had repeatedly exhibited the ability to single-handedly lift the spirits of the Vikings with his aggressive, all-out play at both ends of the court. If CSU came up with a loose ball, odds were that Brown either caused or finished the play. That wasn’t the only loss for CSU. Incoming freshman Sebastian Douglas, who was considered one of the top newcomers in the Horizon League and slated to see considerable time on the wing, was diagnosed with a torn ACL in his knee shortly after coming to campus in late June. The injury, which came during a charity game to raise money to help the family of Bellaire High teammate Tobi Oyedeji, who had been killed in a tragic late night car accident on prom night, kept him sidelined for the year and limited him to a role on the scout team once he was cleared to play in late January. Despite the setbacks, Gary Waters, who was beginning his fifth season as head coach of the Vikings, was determined to put the losing record behind him and return CSU to the 20+ win campaigns that the Vikings had enjoyed when they went to post-season play in both 2007-08 and 2008-09. More importantly, Waters had both the time he needed to make adjustments along with a deep group of returners, that included four starters and eight lettermen. Leading the list of returners was 2010 first team All-Horizon League choice Norris Cole, who was slated to run the point for CSU for the sec52 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

ond straight year, and wing guards Trevon Harmon and Jeremy Montgomery. In addition, forwards Tim Kamczyc and Aaron Pogue were back, giving the Vikings a good nucleus of upperclassmen to combine with a number of talented freshmen and sophomores. A TOURNEY TITLE The Vikings opened the 2010-11 season with four straight wins in four days at home to capture the World Vision Classic title. In a 71-57 season-opening victory over Bryant on Nov. 12, the Vikings used a 12-0 run over a five-minute span midway through the second half to blow the game open. Norris Cole scored 24 points, a sign of things to come for the senior. The next night, Cole scored 25 points and CSU used a dominating 38-27 advantage on the glass for a 78-68 win over Iona. Trey Harmon scored 16 points and grabbed a career-best 10 rebounds. CSU shot 22-of-23 from the free throw line, hitting its final 20. Playing its third game in as many nights, CSU got off to a slow start against Kent State, falling behind by 16 points with 15:51 left. However, the Vikings battled all the way back to tie the contest at 61-61 with 1:41 to play and Cole scored the next six points to put CSU ahead, 67-61, and the Vikings completed the comeback with a 69-66 victory. Cole scored 21 points with six rebounds and Tim Kamczyc added 13 points. www.csuvikings.com

CSU completed its four games in four days stretch with an 83-49 win over Urbana on Nov. 15 as Cole led four players in double figures with 19 points. Cole was named MVP of the tournament, while Harmon and Aaron Pogue were both named to the all-tournament team. VIKINGS KEEP WINNING CSU continued its winning ways with four more wins heading into the start of league play. A 60-55 win at Louisiana (Nov. 19) was highlighted by 19 points from Norris Cole, including 10 of the Vikings final 15 points. A short trip to Akron followed on Nov. 24 where Cole led four players in double figures with 19 points to lead CSU to a 64-51 win. Cole emphatically sealed the win by tomahawking a left-handed dunk over Akron’s 7-foot center Zeke Marshall and completing the three-point play with a foul shot to give the Vikings a 60-51 lead with 1:06 to play. CSU returned home on Nov. 27 to host St. Bonaventure and recovered from a poor shooting first half to claim a 69-51 win. Two nights later, the Vikings built a large first half lead and rode Cole’s 29 points to a 58-53 win over Robert Morris to move to 8-0 on the year. 2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2011-12 Vikings LEAGUE SLATE OPENS WITH TWO WINS Wins number nine and 10 to start the season were two of the biggest of the year as the Vikings traveled to Wisconsin to open league play and swept Green Bay and Milwaukee on the road for the first time since the 1999-2000 season. The trip started with CSU earning an 83-75 win at Green Bay (Dec. 2) behind 26 points from Norris Cole and 19 from Trey Harmon. The Vikings hit 10-of-14 from three-point and went 31-of38 from the free throw line, including 12-for-14 down the stretch when the Phoenix were in foul mode. Two days later, the Vikings blitzed Milwaukee from behind the arc, hitting 14-of-22 (.636) from three-point, tying the school record for threepointers made in a game. Jeremy Montgomery scored 20 points, going 5-of-7 from deep, while Norris Cole added 14 points and nine assists. WIN STREAK ENDS AT 12 Wins over West Virginia Tech (Dec. 7) and at Sam Houston State (Dec. 11) extended the best start in program history to 12 straight wins and set up a showdown at West Virginia on Dec. 18. CSU continued its hot shooting from threepoint, going 21-of-48 (.438) in the two wins.

The Vikings hung tough with the Big East Mountaineers, tying the game for the seventh time at 55-55 with 8:30 to play. However, WVU ran off the next 10 points to take control of the game and ends CSU’s win streak at 12 with a 7463 win. Norris Cole leads all players with 19 points and Aaron Pogue adds 14. VIKINGS WIN THREE STRAIGHT AT HOME CSU rebounded nicely from its first loss of the season, coming home and earning wins over South Florida (Dec. 22), Loyola (Dec. 30) and UIC (Jan. 1). Norris Cole scored 25 of his 27 points in the second half to help CSU rally from a seven point deficit for a 69-62 win over USF. The Vikings got back to league play against Loyola and claimed a 73-55 win behind Aaron Pogue’s 16 points and 12 rebounds. A New Year’s Day affair saw Trey Harmon score 24 points and Norris Cole add 21 points and six steals in an 8359 win over UIC. TOUGH TRIP THROUGH INDIANA With a three-game win streak, the Vikings headed to Indiana to face Butler and Valparaiso, but could not manage to come home with a win. Norris Cole recorded his fourth career double-double with 26 points and 10 rebounds at Butler (Jan. 7), but it would not be enough in a 79-56 loss. Two days later, Valparaiso would make its first 10 shots of the second half as part of a 63-percent shooting effort after the intermission to defeat the Vikings, 64-58. Trey Harmon scored 20 points and Aaron Pogue finished with 12 points and seven rebounds.

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VIKINGS REBOUND WITH SIX STRAIGHT “W’s” The sting of two losses in Indiana didn’t last long as the Vikings traveled to Youngstown State (Jan. 15) and started a new win streak with a 61-51 victory. Norris Cole, Jeremy Montgomery and Trey Harmon combined to score 49 points and the Vikings held YSU to just 14 first half points. CSU returned home on Jan. 20 and knocked off Detroit, 81-69, setting a school record by holding its 20th straight opponent to under .500 shooting from the field. www.csuvikings.com

Two days later, the Vikings held Wright State to .268 shooting and 11 total field goals in a 6546 win. The Vikings hit the road for its annual Chicago swing the following week and picked up two more wins behind a combined 17-for-37 (.459) effort from three-point in the two games. Norris Cole led a 63-49 win over UIC on Jan. 27 with 22 points. All five starters scored in double figures, led by 21 points from Trey Harmon, and CSU shot .526 (30-57) from the field to pick up an 81-70 win at Loyola (Jan. 29). The win allowed the Vikings to reach the 20 win mark before the end of January for the first time in school history. CSU returned home on Feb. 3 and ran its win streak to six with a 76-65 win over Valparaiso. Jeremy Montgomery scored a career-high 26 points and Norris Cole added 25 as the Vikings improved to 13-0 at home. A SELL OUT CROWD Riding a six-game win streak, the Vikings welcomed the defending national runner-up to the Wolstein Center on Feb. 5, playing in front of a sold out crowd of 8,490, the largest crowd since 2003. A Jeremy Montgomery bucket pulled CSU within two at 51-49 midway through the second half, but the Bulldogs answered with a 12-4 run to take control and earn a 73-61 win. The crowd was the sixth largest to watch a basketball game in the Wolstein Center. Two days later, the Vikings went to Detroit where the Titans became the first opponent to shoot better than 50-percent from the field and defeated CSU, 81-78. Norris Cole had 27 points. HISTORICAL NIGHT FOR COLE Norris Cole turned in a once in a decade performance on Feb. 12, leading the Vikings to an 86-76 win over Youngstown State. Cole set career highs with 41 points and 20 rebounds, adding nine assists to just miss the first triple-double in school history. It was just the second 40-point, 20-rebound game by a Division I player in the last 15 years. Cole had a double-double in each half, scoring 21 points with 10 rebounds in the first stanza and notching 20 points and 10 boards in the final half. The 41 points were the third highest in school history, while the 20 rebounds were the most by a CSU player since the 1988-89 season. His 18 defensive rebounds were a school record. “TREY’S” TREY LIFTS CSU PAST WRIGHT STATE In a game the Vikings had to win in order to keep pace at the top of the league standings, Trey C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y 53


2011-12 Vikings Harmon came up big when it was needed most. CSU led the entire game at Wright State on Feb. 16 until N’Gai Evans banked in a threepointer with 1:28 to play, giving the Raiders a 6665 lead. However, Harmon answered on the other end with a three-pointer of his own to give the Vikings the lead for good and Jeremy Montgomery hit all four of his free throws down the stretch to ice the 74-72 win. COLE SETS BRACKET BUSTER RECORD Just eight days after his game for the ages against Youngstown State, Norris Cole once again put together a performance that will be remembered for a long time in CSU’s Bracket Buster contest at Old Dominion (Feb. 20). The senior lit up the Monarchs for a Bracket Buster record 35 points, including 24 points in the first half. He finished 8-of-15 from threepoint, one make and one attempt shy of the school records. Despite his efforts, the Vikings fell, 74-63. VIKINGS CLAIM LEAGUE CROWN CSU returned home after its BracketBuster contest to face Milwaukee and Green Bay during the final weekend of regular season play with a chance to clinch its first-ever Horizon League regular season crown. Hosting Milwaukee on Feb. 24, the Vikings jumped out to a 7-5 lead early, but a 19-4 run by the Panthers gave them a 24-11 advantage with

11:57 left in the first half. CSU battled back the rest of the way, pulling within three points (8683) with nine seconds left. But the Panthers answered with a free throw on the other end to seal the victory. Two days later, the Vikings knocked off Green Bay, 64-57, to earn a share of their first Horizon League regular season title with a 13-5 mark. Norris Cole led the Vikings with 22 points. TOURNEY RUN BEGINS WITH TWO WINS Despite sharing the Horizon League title with Milwaukee and Butler, the Vikings were forced to enter the league championship as the No. 3 seed and play four games to win the title, losing out on tie-breakers with both the Panthers and Bulldogs. The Vikings tournament run began on March 1 with a 73-61 win over UIC in the first round behind 26 points from Norris Cole and 17 from Jeremy Montgomery. That sent CSU into a second round contest against Wright State in a game that would be played at top-seeded Milwaukee on March 4. CSU rode its hot three-point shooting (9-19) and four players in double figures to a 73-59 win. Montgomery led all players with 16 points, while Cole scored 15, including 13 during a 20-3 Viking run in the second half that extended a six point CSU lead to 23 points.

RUN ENDS IN SEMIFINALS CSU’s run at a Horizon League Championship came to a halt with a 7668 setback to Butler in the semifinals on March 5. The Vikings, who were playing their third game in five days, fell behind early to the well-rested Bulldogs who had been out of action for a week. Butler was able to build a 12-point led, but CSU battled to cut the lead to two points (60-58) with 5:22 left. However, backto-back three-pointers from Butler pushed the lead back to 66-58 and the Bulldogs held on for the win. Norris Cole led CSU with 24 points and hit all nine of his free throws to finish a perfect 24-of-24 Aaron Pogue jumps center against Butler’s Andrew Smith on Feb. 5. from the line during the The Vikings hosted the defending national runner-up in front of a sold league championship. out crowd of 8,490 in the Wolstein Center. 54 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

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THE POSTSEASON CALLS For the third time in the last four seasons, the Vikings received an invitation to play in the postseason, earning a No. 2 seed in the NIT. CSU hosted Vermont for a first round game on March 15 in a game that wasn’t decided until the final buzzer as the Catamounts Matt Glass missed a three-pointer at the buzzer to give the Vikings a 63-60 win. Glass’ shot bounced off the rim four times and the glass once before rolling off the rim to end the game. Norris Cole scored 27 points to lead CSU. The win set up a second round game against the College of Charleston on March 19 in the Wolstein Center. It was a game that featured two of the top scoring guards in the country in Cole and Andrew Goudelock. However, defense was the name of this game as the Vikings shot just 23-of-69 from the floor in falling, 64-56. Cole finished his brilliant season with 18 points and seven assists and held Goudelock to just 13 points, more than 12 shy of his season average, with his defensive play. A QUICK RECAP The Vikings finished the season with a 27-9 record, the second most wins in school history. CSU also captured its first-ever regular season Horizon League crown. Norris Cole became the first player in league history to earn Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors in the same season. He also picks up numerous All-America honors, including an honorable mention selection to the Associated Press squad. Cole was also a finalist (top-five) for the Bob Cousy Award, presented annually to the top point guard in the country. He finished his career ranked in the top-10 of 16 different statistical categories at CSU. Trey Harmon is honored with a selection to the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Defensive AllAmerica team. AN NBA DRAFTEE Norris Cole put a capper on his career by becoming just the seventh player in program history to be selected in the NBA Draft and the first since 1986. Cole, who watched the draft with more than 80 family and friends at his home in Dayton, heard his name called with the 28th overall pick in the first round by the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls traded his rights to the Minnesota Timberwolves who traded Cole to the Miami Heat.

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2010-11 Cleveland State Men’s Basketball Statistics

COLE Career

G -GS Min -Avg 36 -36 1285 -35.7 140 -106 4114 -29.4

FG -FGA Pct 251 -572 .439 677 -1555 .435

3-POINT FG -FGA Pct 51 -149 .342 139 -433 .321

FT -FTA Pct 227 -266 .853 485 -587 .826

SCORING Pts -Avg 780 -21.7 1978 -14.1

REBOUND Reb -Avg 210 -5.8 443 -3.2

ASSISTS Ast -Avg 191 -5.3 455 -3.3

Stl Blk Dnk TO PF-DQ 80 3 6 97 87 -1 207 11 12 283 312 -3

HARMON Career

36 -36 1195 -33.2 92 -70 2500 -27.2

161 -367 .439 301 -769 .391

61 -181 .337 135 -429 .315

91 -115 .791 186 -230 .809

474 -13.2 923 -10.0

144 -4.0 247 -2.7

46 -1.3 117 -1.3

55 120

0 2

0 47 72 -0 0 111 182 -1

MONTGOMERY 36 -36 1119 -31.1 Career 106 -56 2575 -24.3

138 -349 .395 324 -781 .415

56 -171 .327 151 -426 .354

86 -114 .754 189 -239 .791

418 -11.6 988 -9.3

95 -2.6 187 -1.8

63 -1.8 175 -1.7

32 88

2 4

0 72 77 -1 0 184 223 -4

POGUE Career

36 -36 902 -25.1 69 -69 1633 -23.7

111 -215 .516 186 -352 .528

74 -147 .503 133 -260 .512

296 -8.2 505 -7.3

221 -6.1 400 -5.8

24 -0.7 64 -0.9

26 23 16 67 139 -6 43 40 32 133 267 -15

KAMCZYC Career

36 -36 1041 -28.9 69 -41 1584 -23.0

74 -171 .433 116 -245 .473

33 -80 .413 39 -92 .424

30 -43 62 -87

.698 .713

211 -5.9 333 -4.8

133 -3.7 219 -3.2

53 -1.5 68 -1.0

33 9 41 13

0 45 96 -3 1 64 154 -3

McCOY Career

36 -0 65 -0

527 -14.6 678 -10.4

42 -103 .408 50 -136 .368

21 -57 .368 27 -81 .333

54 -64 58 -72

.844 .806

159 -4.4 185 -2.8

92 -2.6 120 -1.8

26 -0.7 30 -0.5

17 24

4 4

0 30 54 -0 0 34 68 -0

WOODS Career

30 -0 53 -1

387 -12.9 519 -9.8

25 -81 .309 40 -114 .351

13 -46 .283 24 -72 .333

14 -20 14 -20

.700 .700

77 -2.6 118 -2.2

75 -2.5 94 -1.8

14 -0.5 18 -0.3

11 29 14 32

3 15 49 -1 4 16 66 -1

LONG Career

17 -0 17 -0

84 -4.9 84 -4.9

15 -25 15 -25

.600 .600

0 -0 0 -0

--- ---

4 -8 4 -8

.500 .500

34 -2.0 34 -2.0

15 -0.9 15 -0.9

1 -0.1 1 -0.1

1 1

LATAS Career

34 -0 74 -0

305 -9.0 477 -6.4

26 -49 45 -85

.531 .529

0 -0 0 -0

--- ---

12 -26 18 -36

.462 .500

64 -1.9 108 -1.5

65 -1.9 94 -1.3

3 -0.1 6 -0.1

4 11 6 16

0 13 59 -2 2 20 86 -2

NDAYE Career

35 -0 35 -0

301 -8.6 301 -8.6

15 -41 15 -41

.366 .366

2 -9 2 -9

.222 .222

6 -15 6 -15

.400 .400

38 -1.1 38 -1.1

53 -1.5 53 -1.5

6 -0.2 6 -0.2

8 14 8 14

1 12 58 -0 1 12 58 -0

WARE Career

10 -0 10 -0

17 -1.7 17 -1.7

1 -3 1 -3

.333 .333

0 -0 0 -0

--- ---

3 -4 3 -4

.750 .750

5 -0.5 5 -0.5

1 -0.1 1 -0.1

0 -0.0 0 -0.0

1 1

0 0

0 0

3 3

3 -0 3 -0

MACKIE Career

8 -0 8 -0

18 -2.3 18 -2.3

0 -3 0 -3

.000 .000

0 -2 0 -2

.000 .000

0 -0 0 -0

--- ---

0 -0.0 0 -0.0

4 -0.5 4 -0.5

0 -0.0 0 -0.0

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 2

4 -0 4 -0

WELLS Career

8 -0 33 -0

19 -2.4 289 -8.8

0 -1 15 -31

.000 .484

0 -0 1 -3

--- .333

0 -0 3 -6

--- .500

0 -0.0 34 -1.0

2 -0.3 27 -0.8

0 -0.0 16 -0.5

1 6

0 1

0 1 2 -0 0 13 27 -0

0 -0 0 -0

--- ---

TEAM CSU OPPONENTS

36 36

7200 -40.0 7200 -40.0

859 -1980 .434 786 -1900 .414

237 -695 .341 190 -587 .324

601 -822 .731 529 -778 .680

104

1 1

4

4 18 -1 4 18 -1

0

2556 -71.0 1214 -33.7 427 -11.9 269 99 27 412 718 -15 2291 -63.6 1257 -34.9 456 -12.7 194 145 42 530 680 -11

Jump Balls: CSU-22, Opp-14

Dead Ball Rebounds: CSU-111, Opp-123

SEASON SUPERLATIVES

Individual High Cleveland State High Points 41 Norris Cole vs. Youngstown State 94 vs. West Virginia Tech 87 Field Goals Made 12 Norris Cole at Detroit 34 vs. West Virginia Tech 29 Field Goals Attempted 25 Norris Cole vs. Milwaukee 69 vs. West Virginia Tech 69 69 vs. South Florida & UWM 3-Pt Field Goals Made 8 Norris Cole at Old Dominion 14 at Milwaukee 10 10 3-Pt Field Goals Att. 15 Norris Cole at Old Dominion 32 at Old Dominion 23 Free Throws Made 15 Norris Cole at Green Bay 31 at Green Bay 25 Free Throws Attempted 17 Norris Cole vs. Youngstown State 44 vs. Urbana 36 Rebounds 20 Norris Cole vs. Youngstown State 51 vs. Urbana 53 Rebound Margin +19 vs. Wright State +29 Fouls 30 at Milwaukee 31 Assists 10 Norris Cole vs. Detroit 21 at Sam Houston State 23 10 Norris Cole at Wright State Turnovers 6 Norris Cole at Akron & vs. RMU 18 vs. Iona 24 6 Norris Cole at Valparaiso 7 at YSU 18 at Butler 24 Blocks 5 Charlie Woods vs. Valparaiso 7 at Milwaukee 10 7 vs. Valparaiso 10 Steals 6 Norris Cole vs. UIC 15 vs. UIC 12 Field Goal Pct. .638 at Milwaukee (30-47) .574 3-Pt Field Goal Pct. .714 at Green Bay (10-14) .538 Free Throw Pct. .957 vs. Iona (22-23) .938 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

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Opponent High by Milwaukee by Butler & Detroit by Valparaiso by Youngstown State by Wright State by Youngstown State by Milwaukee by Milwaukee by Old Dominion by Old Dominion by Urbana by Sam Houston State by St. Bonaventure & USF by UIC by Louisiana by South Florida by Butler by Milwaukee (27-47) by West Va. Tech (7-13) by Charleston (15-16) C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y 55


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2010-11 Cleveland State Horizon League Basketball Statistics COLE Career

G -GS Min -Avg 18 -18 648 -36.0 72 -54 2168 -30.1

FG -FGA Pct 121 -271 .446 335 -780 .429

3-POINT FG -FGA Pct 22 -67 .328 68 -210 .324

FT -FTA Pct 110 -131 .840 251 -306 .820

SCORING Pts -Avg 374 -20.8 989 -13.7

REBOUND Reb -Avg 129 -7.2 262 -3.6

ASSISTS Ast -Avg 113 -6.3 259 -3.6

HARMON Career

18 -18 590 -32.8 50 -38 1368 -27.4

86 -175 .491 165 -409 .403

32 -83 .386 69 -217 .318

48 -57 .842 118 -137 .861

252 -14.0 517 -10.3

74 -4.1 133 -2.7

21 -1.2 59 -1.2

25 62

0 0

0 27 45 -0 0 65 103 -0

MONTGOMERY 18 -18 595 -33.1 Career 54 -34 1427 -26.4

73 -157 .465 177 -401 .441

32 -77 .416 86 -222 .387

52 -67 .776 117 -143 .818

230 -12.8 557 -10.3

40 -2.2 91 -1.7

28 -1.6 80 -1.5

12 35

1 1

0 43 35 -1 0 113 125 -4

POGUE Career

18 -18 36 -36

432 -24.0 802 -22.3

62 -103 .602 102 -173 .590

33 -72 .458 53 -113 .469

157 -8.7 257 -7.1

103 -5.7 200 -5.6

9 -0.5 31 -0.9

13 12 9 38 72 -3 18 22 17 74 140 -8

KAMCZYC Career

18 -18 36 -20

529 -29.4 805 -22.4

43 -96 .448 61 -130 .469

23 -49 .469 23 -51 .451

19 -27 31 -44

.704 .705

128 -7.1 176 -4.9

62 -3.4 106 -2.9

28 -1.6 35 -1.0

13 19

4 7

0 17 57 -3 0 27 83 -3

McCOY Career

18 -0 27 -0

258 -14.3 297 -11.0

18 -48 21 -56

.375 .375

8 -24 .333 11 -31 .355

26 -30 26 -30

.867 .867

70 -3.9 79 -2.9

40 -2.2 49 -1.8

10 -0.6 10 -0.4

7 7

3 3

0 13 28 -0 0 14 32 -0

WOODS Career

14 -0 27 -0

191 -13.6 272 -10.1

11 -42 17 -60

.262 .283

7 -27 .259 11 -41 .268

12 -13 12 -13

.923 .923

41 -2.9 57 -2.1

39 -2.8 53 -2.0

6 -0.4 7 -0.3

7 17 9 18

2 3

5 25 -1 5 37 -1

LATAS Career

17 -0 33 -0

143 -8.4 202 -6.1

13 -21 15 -29

.619 .517

0 -0 0 -0

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5 -14 6 -18

.357 .333

31 -1.8 36 -1.1

32 -1.9 45 -1.4

1 -0.1 3 -0.1

2 9 4 11

0 0

6 28 -1 8 35 -1

LONG Career

8 -0 8 -0

38 -4.8 38 -4.8

6 -10 6 -10

.600 .600

0 -0 0 -0

---- ----

1 -2 1 -2

.500 .500

13 -1.6 13 -1.6

5 -0.6 5 -0.6

1 -0.1 1 -0.1

0 0

1 1

0 0

2 10 -1 2 10 -1

NDAYE Career

18 -0 18 -0

159 -8.8 159 -8.8

5 -24 5 -24

.208 .208

0 -4 0 -4

.000 .000

2 -5 2 -5

.400 .400

12 -0.7 12 -0.7

24 -1.3 24 -1.3

2 -0.1 2 -0.1

2 10 2 10

1 1

7 34 -0 7 34 -0

WARE Career

3 -0 3 -0

3 -1.0 3 -1.0

0 -0 0 -0

---- ----

0 -0 0 -0

---- ----

0 -0 0 -0

---- ----

0 -0.0 0 -0.0

0 -0.0 0 -0.0

0 -0.0 0 -0.0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 1

1 -0 1 -0

MACKIE Career

3 -0 3 -0

4 -1.3 4 -1.3

0 -2 0 -2

.000 .000

0 -1 0 -1

.000 .000

0 -0 0 -0

---- ----

0 -0.0 0 -0.0

0 -0.0 0 -0.0

0 -0.0 0 -0.0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 -0 1 -0

WELLS Career

5 -0 23 -0

10 -2.0 217 -9.4

0 -0 10 -20

---- .500

0 -0 0 -1

---- .000

0 -0 2 -4

---- .500

0 -0.0 22 -1.0

0 -0.0 22 -1.0

0 -0.0 8 -0.3

1 5

0 1

0 0

0 2 -0 8 19 -0

0 -0 0 -0

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TEAM CSU OPPONENTS

18 18

3600 -40.0 3600 -40.0

438 -949 .462 124 -332 .373 406 -955 .425 100 -294 .340

308 -418 .737 275 -413 .666

1308 -72.7 1187 -65.9

Stl Blk Dnk TO PF -DQ 38 0 2 55 43 -0 93 5 5 151 162 -2

51

4

0

599 -33.3 219 -12.2 120 57 14 218 381 -10 584 -32.4 230 -12.8 95 64 20 237 333 -8

Jump Balls: CSU-11, Opp-7

Dead Ball Rebounds: CSU-54, OPP-71

SEASON TEAM LOWS Points 56 56 Field Goals Made 18 18 Field Goals Attempted 40 40 3-Pt Field Goals Made 1 3-Pt Field Goals Attempted 13 13 Free Throws Made 6 Free Throws Attempted 8 Rebounds 24 24 Fouls 13 Assists 5 Turnovers 4 Blocks 0 Steals 2 Field Goal Pct. .323 3-Pt Field Goal Pct. .040 Free Throw Pct. .517

Cleveland State at Butler vs. Charleston at Youngstown State vs. Wright State & Butler at Green Bay vs. Wright State (3) vs. Charleston vs. Urbana at Youngstown State at West Virginia at West Virginia at Detroit & at Wright State at Old Dominion vs. Bryant at Butler vs. South Florida (School Record) vs. Wright State (3) at Sam Houston State vs. St. Bonaventure (20-62) vs. Charleston (1-25) vs. Kent State (15-29)

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Opponents 46 by Wright State 11 by Wright State 41 by Wright State 1 by UIC 7 by UIC 5 by Valparaiso 9 by Butler 20 by Wright State 10 by Milwaukee 6 by Wright State 5 by Valparaiso 0 by Milwaukee, Butler & Wright State(3) 1 by Kent State, Urbana & UIC .231 by Urbana (12-52) .143 by UIC (1-7) .357 by Valparaiso (5-14) www.csuvikings.com

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2010-11 Cleveland State Basketball Statistics

OVERALL: *CONFERENCE: OVERTIME: Date Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 15 Nov. 19 Nov. 24 Nov. 27 Nov. 29 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Dec. 22 Dec. 30 Jan. 1 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 15 Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 26 March 1 March 4 March 5 March 15 March 19

Records 27 -9 13 -5 0 -0

HOME: @AWAY: #NEUTRAL:

Game-By-Game Scoring/Rebounding

17 -3 9 -5 1 -1

Score Opponent...............................................Attnd 71 -57 BRYANT (1).........................................1,450 78 -68 IONA (1).............................................1,561 69 -66 KENT STATE (1)...................................2,805 83 -49 URBANA (1)........................................1,411 60 -55 at UL-Lafayette..................................3,689 64 -51 at Akron.............................................2,716 69 -51 ST. BONAVENTURE..............................2,214 58 -53 ROBERT MORRIS................................1,841 83 -75 at Green Bay *...................................2,305 82 -59 at Milwaukee *...................................2,946 94 -62 WEST VIRGINIA TECH..........................2,011 74 -62 at Sam Houston State........................1,198 63 -74 at West Virginia...............................11,235 69 -62 SOUTH FLORIDA ................................4,711 73 -55 LOYOLA *...........................................4,044 83 -59 UIC *..................................................2,142 79 -56 at Butler *..........................................7,071 58 -64 at Valparaiso *..................................3,776 61 -51 at Youngstown State *.......................4,302 81 -69 DETROIT *..........................................3,518 65 -46 WRIGHT STATE *.................................4,615 63 -49 at UIC *..............................................3,197 81 -70 at Loyola *.........................................3,127 76 -65 VALPARAISO *....................................4,472 61 -73 BUTLER *...........................................8,490 78 -81 at Detroit *.........................................2,356 86 -76 YOUNGSTOWN STATE *.......................3,875 74 -72 at Wright State *................................5,768 63 -74 at Old Dominion (2)............................8,328 83 -87 MILWAUKEE *.....................................3,449 64 -57 GREEN BAY *......................................4,923 73 -61 UIC (3)...............................................1,161 73 -59 vs. Wright State (4)............................2,357 68 -76 vs. Butler (4)......................................7,431 63 -60 VERMONT (5)......................................1,472 56 -64 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON (5)..............2,077

Game Starter Stats in Bold Cole+ 24/ 4 25/ 5 21/ 3 19/ 1 19/ 3 19/ 7 16/ 3 29/ 3 26/ 5 14/ 9 24/ 5 19/ 7 19/ 8 27/ 3 12/ 6 21/ 6 26/ 2 10/ 3 21/ 7 18/ 11 14/ 6 22/ 3 17/ 9 25/ 7 15/ 4 27/ 6 41/ 9 16/ 10 35/ 5 27/ 4 22/ 5 26/ 4 15/ 4 24/ 1 27/ 5 18/ 7

Harmon 17/ 1 16/ 10 5/ 7 13/ 6 10/ 4 18/ 4 10/ 3 13/ 2 19/ 5 13/ 3 16/ 6 20/ 1 9/ 4 4/ 2 14/ 3 24/ 1 7/ 2 20/ 2 16/ 7 22/ 1 6/ 6 4/ 6 21/ 2 3/ 12 4/ 5 13/ 0 17/ 6 16/ 5 12/ 5 22/ 4 11/ 4 13/ 2 14/ 4 18/ 1 6/ 3 8/ 5

+Points/Assists

Montg.+ Kamczyc Pogue 7/ 2 1/ 5 9/ 6 4/ 1 5/ 5 11/ 4 14/ 3 13/ 5 9/ 9 18/ 1 0/ 6 1/ 3 6/ 1 2/ 3 13/ 6 12/ 1 10/ 5 3/ 6 18/ 2 3/ 4 10/ 9 5/ 2 0/ 0 10/ 9 15/ 2 3/ 0 2/ 4 20/ 1 9/ 3 8/ 4 15/ 7 2/ 1 7/ 7 6/ 5 4/ 6 3/ 7 2/ 2 7/ 2 14/ 6 21/ 2 3/ 2 5/ 8 12/ 2 4/ 2 16/ 12 13/ 3 2/ 7 3/ 5 5/ 1 7/ 5 11/ 4 8/ 3 6/ 6 12/ 7 12/ 1 6/ 4 4/ 6 3/ 1 10/ 3 5/ 4 17/ 0 5/ 3 15/ 8 13/ 1 6/ 5 0/ 3 10/ 2 11/ 4 12/ 10 26/ 1 6/ 1 6/ 6 18/ 1 12/ 6 6/ 6 15/ 0 8/ 2 15/ 8 10/ 1 8/ 7 10/ 4 14/ 2 10/ 3 18/ 3 12/ 0 0/ 2 2/ 7 12/ 2 7/ 1 2/ 6 7/ 4 8/ 0 12/ 2 17/ 0 5/ 5 10/ 3 16/ 1 9/ 4 4/ 4 6/ 2 7/ 8 4/ 2 7/ 2 5/ 1 11/ 8 2/ 1 7/ 6 13/ 14

Woods 10/ 3 6/ 4 0/ 1 6/ 2 0/ 6 0/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 3 9/ 2 10/ 4 7/ 5 3/ 4 0/ 1 0/ 0 4/ 8 3/ 5 0/ 5 0/ 3 0/ 1 8/ 3 2/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 5/ 6 0/ 0 0/ 1 INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ 0/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 4/ 4

McCoy Ndaye 3/ 0 0/ 1 5/ 3 6/ 1 3/ 4 0/ 0 9/ 7 0/ 5 8/ 6 DNP 0/ 1 0/ 2 4/ 1 2/ 4 0/ 0 1/ 1 3/ 2 0/ 0 5/ 3 0/ 2 14/ 5 5/ 0 10/ 5 3/ 0 8/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 0 7/ 7 5/ 2 0/ 0 5/ 2 0/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 2 0/ 2 0/ 1 2/ 4 0/ 1 8/ 4 2/ 1 6/ 4 0/ 2 9/ 3 7/ 3 8/ 3 0/ 3 0/ 2 3/ 2 4/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 1 0/ 1 2/ 4 0/ 0 13/ 2 0/ 2 0/ 3 0/ 3 2/ 4 0/ 2 12/ 2 2/ 1 4/ 3 0/ 0 5/ 4 0/ 5 0/ 1 0/ 0

Long 0/ 0 0/ 0 DNP 13/ 6 DNP 0/ 0 4/ 1 0/ 0 DNP 1/ 0 2/ 3 DNP 2/ 0 DNP 6/ 1 6/ 1 0/ 0 DNP 0/ 1 DNP 0/ 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0/ 0 DNP DNP 0/ 2 DNP 0/ 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

Wells INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ 0/ 1 INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ DNP DNP INJ 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 DNP DNP 0/ 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0/ 0 DNP 0/ 0 0/ 1 DNP DNP DNP

Latas 0/ 0 DNP 4/ 4 2/ 1 2/ 1 2/ 2 0/ 1 0/ 1 6/ 5 2/ 2 2/ 2 6/ 5 2/ 5 2/ 1 0/ 0 6/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 5 0/ 1 5/ 4 0/ 1 2/ 2 2/ 1 2/ 0 2/ 3 0/ 1 0/ 0 DNP 0/ 3 0/ 1 4/ 4 0/ 2 0/ 2 5/ 1 2/ 0 4/ 2

Ware 0/ 0 DNP DNP 2/ 0 0/ 0 DNP 2/ 0 DNP DNP 0/ 0 0/ 0 DNP DNP DNP 0/ 0 DNP DNP DNP NIU DNP 0/ 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0/ 0 1/ 1 DNP DNP DNP

Mackie: BRYANT (0/ 0), URBANA (0/ 1), ST. BONAVENTURE (0/ 0), at Milwaukee (0/ 0), WEST VIRGINIA TECH (0/ 2), LOYOLA (0/ 0), WRIGHT STATE (0/ 0), Wright State (0/ 0). (1) World Vision Classic, Cleveland, Ohio (1st Place) ATTENDANCE (2) Sears BracketBusters, Norfolk, Va. Home 62,242 -3,112 (3) Horizon League Championship, Cleveland, Ohio Away 62,014 -4,430 (4) Horizon League Championship, Milwaukee, Wisc. Neutral 9,788 -4,894 (5) National Invitation Tournament, Cleveland, Ohio Total 134,044 -3,723

MISCELLANEOUS First Half Scoring Second Half Scoring Overtime Points Off Turnovers Second Chance Points Bench Scoring

CSU 1,200 -33.3 1,356 -37.7 0 -0.0 603 -16.8 374 -10.4 372 -10.3

OPP 1,044 -29.0 1,247 -34.6 0 -0.0 430 -11.9 403 -11.2 570 -15.8

2010-11 Game-By-Game Totals

BRYANT @CLEVELAND STATE

FG -FGA 22 -46 25 -50

Pct .478 .500

3G -3GA 7 -19 8 -21

Pct .368 .381

FT -FTA 6 -12 13 -19

Pct Reb .500 26 .684 28

Ast 13 12

Stl 10 9

Blk 3 2

To 19 14

PF -D 20 -0 13 -0

lst 36 41

2nd 21 30

OT — —

Score 57 71

IONA @CLEVELAND STATE

23 -57 25 -52

.404 .481

5 -19 6 -19

.263 .316

17 -23 22 -23

.739 .957

27 38

13 11

7 10

3 3

14 18

21 -0 19 -0

25 34

43 44

— —

68 78

KENT STATE @CLEVELAND STATE

26 -65 25 -68

.400 .368

4 -20 4 -16

.200 .250

10 -13 15 -29

.769 .517

47 42

16 11

1 7

8 1

16 8

24 -0 18 -1

34 23

32 46

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66 69

URBANA @CLEVELAND STATE

12 -52 25 -57

.231 .439

2 -13 3 -13

.154 .231

23 -34 30 -44

.676 .682

38 51

7 11

1 8

2 3

17 9

31 -1 25 -0

27 36

22 47

— —

49 83

@LOUISIANA CLEVELAND STATE

16 -47 20 -59

.340 .339

4 -17 7 -22

.235 .318

19 -27 13 -17

.704 .765

35 39

7 7

8 8

10 2

16 15

18 -0 21 -0

18 33

37 ­— 27 —

55 60

@AKRON CLEVELAND STATE

18 -50 23 -61

.360 .377

3 -16 6 -20

.188 .300

12 -17 12 -18

.706 .667

31 39

10 8

2 6

6 1

16 12

16 -0 17 -1

25 28

26 36

— —

51 64

ST. BONAVENTURE @CLEVELAND STATE

17 -50 20 -62

.340 .323

3 -14 3 -19

.214 .158

14 -23 26 -32

.609 .813

44 38

10 10

2 12

6 2

24 8

22 -0 24 -0

23 24

28 45

— —

51 69

ROBERT MORRIS @CLEVELAND STATE

19 -48 21 -47

.396 .447

6 -12 5 -16

.500 .313

9 -14 11 -16

.643 .688

36 24

11 7

11 11

3 3

19 12

18 -0 13 -0

17 33

36 25

— —

53 58

@GREEN BAY CLEVELAND STATE

25 -57 21 -40

.439 .525

5 -13 10 -14

.385 .714

20 -30 31 -38

.667 .816

34 27

11 10

4 4

3 5

9 11

27 -1 25 -3

36 39

39 ­— 44 —

75 83

@MILWAUKEE CLEVELAND STATE

16 -54 30 -47

.296 .638

5 -20 14 -22

.250 .636

22 -32 8 -13

.688 .615

31 30

8 16

3 8

0 7

13 15

10 -0 30 -2

21 46

38 36

59 82

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2011-12 Vikings FG -FGA 21 -58 34 -69

Pct .362 .493

3G -3GA 7 -13 11 -29

Pct .538 .379

FT -FTA 13 -20 15 -23

Pct Reb .650 38 .652 43

Ast 16 20

Stl 10 10

Blk 1 6

To 22 15

PF -D 22 -0 19 -0

lst 29 51

2nd 33 43

OT — —

Score 62 94

@SAM HOUSTON STATE CLEVELAND STATE

24 -52 23 -47

.462 .489

4 -15 10 -21

.267 .476

10 -16 18 -26

.625 .692

26 37

23 21

7 2

3 2

8 14

20 -0 19 -0

31 44

31 30

— —

62 74

@WEST VIRGINIA CLEVELAND STATE

27 -57 25 -60

.474 .417

8 -22 7 -19

.364 .368

12 -20 6 -8

.600 .750

40 30

13 12

6 4

5 1

10 11

11 0 22 -1

36 32

38 31

— —

74 63

SOUTH FLORIDA @CLEVELAND STATE

24 -50 28 -69

.480 .406

2 -9 6 -23

.222 .261

12 -17 7 -13

.706 .538

49 26

13 10

3 14

10 4

24 4

16 -0 16 -0

26 24

36 45

— —

62 69

LOYOLA @CLEVELAND STATE

18 -48 29 -61

.375 .475

3 -14 4 -15

.214 .267

16 -27 11 -16

.593 .688

32 38

10 14

2 11

5 3

18 11

17 -0 25 -1

24 41

31 32

— —

55 73

UIC @CLEVELAND STATE

17 -42 29 -64

.405 .453

5 -13 8 -24

.385 .333

20 -32 17 -24

.625 .708

35 34

12 14

1 15

4 3

24 6

18 -0 24 -0

28 40

31 43

— —

59 83

@BUTLER CLEVELAND STATE

26 -54 19 -56

.481 .339

5 -14 5 -18

.357 .278

22 -28 13 -20

.786 650

38 32

12 5

12 5

0 3

13 18

16 -0 21 -1

42 23

37 ­— 33 —

79 56

@VALPARAISO CLEVELAND STATE

26 -57 21 -56

.456 .375

7 -22 3 -16

.318 .188

5 -14 13 -18

.357 .722

35 40

18 8

8 3

6 2

10 16

16 -1 21 -0

18 21

46 37

— —

64 58

@YOUNGSTOWN STATE CLEVELAND STATE

18 -50 18 -55

.360 .327

4 -14 5 -13

.286 .385

11 -21 20 -23

.524 .870

32 44

12 11

7 10

8 3

17 17

17 -1 20 -0

14 21

37 40

— —

51 61

DETROIT @CLEVELAND STATE

24 -54 25 -50

.444 .500

4 -11 7 -17

.364 .412

17 -29 24 -35

.586 .686

39 27

10 16

7 8

4 2

19 13

28 -1 24 -0

32 39

37 42

— —

69 81

WRIGHT STATE @CLEVELAND STATE

11 -41 18 -41

.268 .439

3 -20 6 -21

.150 .286

21 -28 23 -25

.750 .920

20 39

6 9

10 6

1 3

12 17

20 -1 24 -0

20 33

26 ­­— 32 —

46 65

@UIC CLEVELAND STATE

20 -52 23 -50

.385 .460

1 -7 8 -19

.143 421

8 -14 9 -17

.571 .529

35 32

13 13

5 7

3 4

16 11

13 -0 17 -0

31 29

18 34

— —

49 63

@LOYOLA CLEVELAND STATE

25 -53 30 -57

.472 .526

9 -17 9 -18

.529 .500

11 -14 12 -20

.786 .600

30 30

14 18

4 7

9 1

17 9

19 -1 15 -0

35 47

35 34

— —

70 81

VALPARAISO @CLEVELAND STATE

26 -69 22 -49

.377 .449

6 -21 6 -16

.286 .375

7 -11 26 -40

.636 .650

36 48

20 13

7 4

2 7

5 13

26 -1 18 -0

30 31

35 45

— —

65 76

BUTLER @CLEVELAND STATE

29 -62 18 -45

.468 .400

8 -22 6 -18

.364 .333

7 -9 19 -25

.778 .760

32 31

17 6

2 3

2 4

6 12

20 -0 16 -0

33 29

40 32

— —

73 61

@DETROIT CLEVELAND STATE

29 -57 29 -53

.509 .518

4 -12 8 -21

.333 .381

19 -30 12 -14

.633 .833

30 24

15 10

7 6

4 2

11 12

15 -0 23 -0

39 39

42 39

— —

81 78

YOUNGSTOWN STATE @CLEVELAND STATE

29 -66 27 -57

.439 .473

10 -23 9 -22

.435 .409

8 -14 23 -28

.571 .821

32 41

18 14

6 5

4 1

10 10

21 -0 14 -0

36 34

40 52

76 86

@WRIGHT STATE CLEVELAND STATE

23 -45 26 -47

.511 .553

10 -20 7 -15

.500 .467

16 -20 15 -21

.800 .714

23 24

12 17

4 7

2 4

12 11

15 -0 16 -0

33 34

39 40

— —

72 74

@OLD DOMINION CLEVELAND STATE

26 -60 20 -59

.433 .339

6 -15 12 -32

.400 .375

16 -21 11 -14

.762 .786

53 24

19 12

8 8

7 3

13 10

12 -0 17 -1

31 28

43 35

— —

74 63

MILWAUKEE @CLEVELAND STATE

27 -47 31 -69

.574 .449

8 -21 4 -21

.381 .190

25 -36 17 -24

.694 .708

39 28

12 10

3 7

4 0

15 7

19 -1 28 -2

41 32

46 51

— —

87 83

GREEN BAY @CLEVELAND STATE

17 -47 22 -49

.362 .449

3 -10 5 -22

.300 .227

20 -24 15 -17

.833 .882

31 30

10 15

3 4

3 3

10 9

16 -0 20 -1

17 28

40 36

— —

57 64

UIC @CLEVELAND STATE

18 -49 23 -57

.367 .404

5 -13 5 -15

.385 .333

20 -26 22 -28

.769 .786

43 28

12 13

4 7

6 4

19 5

22 -0 21 -1

23 40

38 33

— —

61 73

WRIGHT STATE #CLEVELAND STATE

17 -47 19 -40

.362 .475

6 -20 9 -19

.300 .474

19 -24 26 -30

.792 .867

22 33

8 9

5 7

0 0

11 15

19 -1 18 -0

27 31

32 42

— —

59 73

BUTLER #CLEVELAND STATE

25 -53 22 -53

.472 .415

9 -24 3 -14

.375 .214

17 -26 21 -26

.654 .808

38 29

10 9

3 10

3 1

14 8

24 -0 22 -0

41 35

35 33

— —

76 68

VERMONT @CLEVELAND STATE

24 -58 20 -52

.414 .385

2 -13 7 -20

.154 .350

10 -16 16 -27

.625 .593

45 29

10 16

7 9

2 3

16 10

20 -0 15 -0

27 25

33 38

— —

60 63

CHARLESTON @CLEVELAND STATE

21 -46 23 -69

.457 .333

7 -19 1 -25

.368 .040

15 -16 9 -11

.938 .818

35 37

15 9

4 7

3 1

15 3

11 -0 18 -0

38 32

26 24

— —

64 56

2nd 894 1041

OT 0 0

Score 1619 1970

WEST VIRGINIA TECH @CLEVELAND STATE

CSU Wins (27) OPPONENTS CLEVELAND STATE

FG -FGA Pct. 550 -1407 .391 651 -1457 .447

CSU Losses (9) OPPONENTS CLEVELAND STATE

236 -493 208 -523

.479 .398

62 -171 .363 49 -184 .266

Home Games (20) OPPONENTS CLEVELAND STATE

425 -1055 .403 490 -1137 .431

Road Games (16) OPPONENTS CLEVELAND STATE

361 -845 369 -843

.427 .438

58 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

3G -3GA Pct. FT -FTA 128 -416 .308 391 -578 188 -511 .368 480 -662

Pct. Reb Ast Stl Blk .676 917 325 141 111 .725 939 346 216 82

TO 423 312

PF -D 1st 536 -8 725 530 -10 929

138 -200 121 -160

.690 .756

340 131 275 81

53 53

34 17

107 100

144 -3 188 -5

319 271

353 315

0 0

672 586

100 -319 .313 114 -392 .291

290 -424 361 -499

.684 .723

724 251 700 241

101 167

76 58

324 207

412 -5 394 -6

566 670

674 785

0 0

1240 1455

90 -268 .336 123 -303 .406

239 -354 240 -323

.675 .743

533 205 514 186

93 102

69 41

206 205

268 -6 324 -9

478 530

573 571

0 0

1051 1101

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2011-12 Vikings GAME 1 Nov. 12, 2010

Cleveland State Bryant World Vision Classic

71 57

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Cleveland State shot 50-percent from the field to open up the 2010-11 season with a 71-57 win over Bryant. The first half featured six ties and seven lead changes with CSU taking the lead for good with 6:03 left in the opening half. Defining Moment: A 12-0 run over a five-minute span midway through the second half allowed CSU to open up a 16-point and secure the win. Key Stats: CSU forced 19 turnovers and turned them into 22 points. The Vikings were 25-for-50 from the field (.500) and made eight treys. CSU battled to own a 28-26 rebounding edge. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole posted the 20th 20-point game of his career, leading CSU with 24 points, while Trey Harmon returned from a knee injury that sidelined him earlier in the week to add 17 points. BRYANT.....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Vladyslav Kondratyev.. 18 1-3 0-1 0-2 4 0 1 1 0 4 2 Alex Francis................37 7-10 0-0 2-3 10 2 5 1 1 2 16 Frankie Dobbs.............38 5-8 2-5 3-4 2 8 8 1 4 3 15 Barry Latham..............22 2-4 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 3 4 Cecil Gresham............36 5-12 4-8 1-2 6 1 0 0 2 3 15 Michael Chroney...........1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Daniel Calandrillo.........1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Raphael Jordan...........17 1-3 1-1 0-1 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 Matthew Lee.................3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Corey Maynard............16 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 Erick Smith...................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Claybrin McMath.........10 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 1 4 2 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 22-46 7-19 6-12 26 13 19 3 10 20 57 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............31 0-1 0-0 1-2 5 1 2 0 3 1 1 Aaron Pogue................33 2-4 0-0 5-8 6 3 4 1 2 3 9 Trevon Harmon............28 6-12 3-9 2-2 1 2 0 0 3 0 17 Jeremy Montgomery.....31 3-8 1-5 0-0 2 2 1 0 1 0 7 Norris Cole..................33 9-17 2-4 4-6 5 4 3 0 0 2 24 Keith Mackie.................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devon Long...................4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Darius Ware..................3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Charlie Woods.............16 4-5 2-3 0-0 3 0 1 1 0 4 10 Josh McCoy...................8 1-1 0-0 1-1 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 Luda Ndaye...................7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Joe Latas.......................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 25-50 8-21 13-19 28 12 14 2 9 13 71 Halftime: Cleveland State 41, Bryant 36. Dead Ball Rebounds: Bryant 4, Cleveland State 3. Technicals: None. Officials: Eugene Crawford, Sid Rodeheffer & Gerald Morrow. Attendance: 1,450.

GAME 4 Nov. 15, 2010

Cleveland State Urbana World Vision Classic

83 49

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Cleveland State limited Urbana to 23-percent shooting to rout the Blue Knights, 83-49. Defining Moment: With the game tied at 14-14 (11:48), CSU ran off eight straight points and was never seriously challenged after that. Key Stats: CSU had a 51-38 rebounding edge. Urbana shot just .231 for the game (12-52), including .167 in the second half (4-24). CSU went to the line 44 times and Urbana attempted 34. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole led four Vikings in double figures with 19 points while Jeremy Montgomery added 18. Freshman Devon Long came off the bench to set career highs with 13 points and 6 rebounds. URBANA....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Sharif Muhammad......32 3-5 0-0 11-16 7 1 6 1 1 4 17 Robert Wilson..............24 1-8 0-3 1-2 10 2 1 0 0 5 3 Dyrell Dolson...............15 1-5 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 3 2 Marcus Pearl...............25 1-8 0-1 3-4 2 0 1 0 0 3 5 Anthony Gage..............16 0-1 0-0 2-2 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 Ramel Mitchell............20 2-7 0-1 0-0 4 1 0 0 0 1 4 Charlton Conner..........23 0-7 0-4 2-2 3 1 2 0 0 3 2 Stefon Perry..................6 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 Tanner Stacey...............6 1-2 1-2 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 Nate Wigal....................3 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Drew Sawyer.................4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Jared Dewberry..............1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Rob Matthews.............15 2-5 0-0 2-2 2 0 1 1 0 2 6 Deon Briggs................10 0-1 0-0 1-4 2 0 1 0 0 3 1 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 12-52 2-13 23-34 38 7 17 2 1 31 49 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............17 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 3 2 0 0 4 0 Aaron Pogue..................8 0-3 0-0 1-2 3 1 2 0 0 4 1 Trevon Harmon............34 4-13 0-5 5-6 6 3 1 0 3 0 13 Jeremy Montgomery.....26 5-9 1-2 7-7 3 1 1 1 0 4 18 Norris Cole..................28 7-9 1-1 4-5 7 1 1 0 1 1 19 Keith Mackie.................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Devon Long.................19 5-9 0-0 3-6 6 0 1 1 1 3 13 Darius Ware..................3 0-1 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 Charlie Woods.............16 2-5 0-3 2-4 2 0 0 0 1 3 6 Josh McCoy.................22 1-5 1-2 6-8 7 2 0 0 2 2 9 Luda Ndaye.................13 0-1 0-0 0-2 5 0 1 1 0 2 0 Joe Latas.....................11 1-2 0-0 0-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 25-57 3-13 30-44 51 11 9 3 8 25 83 Halftime: Cleveland State 36, Urbana 27. Dead Ball Rebounds: Urbana 2, Cleveland State 6. Technicals: None. Officials: Brent Hampton, Jerry Hester & Larry Martin. Attendance: 1,411.

2011-12 Men’s Basketball

Cleveland State Iona

GAME 2 Nov. 13, 2010

World Vision Classic

78 68

Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland State Kent State

GAME 3 Nov. 14, 2010

World Vision Classic

69 66

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Cleveland State used strong rebounding and outstanding free throw shooting to topple Iona, 78-68, on the second day of the 2010 World Vision Classic. CSU took the lead for good with seven minutes left in the first half and led by as many as 13 in the second stanza to improve to 2-0 for the first time since the 2004-05 season. Defining Moment: After Iona closed to within 64-57 (6:17), freshman Luda Ndaye scored the next six points for CSU to push the lead to 70-59 (4:13). CSU would lead by no less than seven the rest of the way. Key Stats: CSU shot .957 from the line (22-23), making its final 20 attempts, including all eight in the last five minutes. The Vikings had a 38-27 rebounding edge, including +11 in the first half. CSU had a 17-4 advantage in bench scoring. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole recorded his 21st career 20-point game, and second this year, tallying 25 points with five assists, five rebounds and four steals. Trey Harmon added 16 points and a career high 10 rebounds for his first career double-double. Aaron Pogue scored 11 points in 30 minutes.

Final: Cleveland State used 55-percent shooting in the second stanza and 12 Kent State turnovers to rally from 16 points down in the second half to upend the Golden Flashes, 69-66, in the title game of the 2010 World Vision Classic. Defining Moment: After CSU battled back from 16 down with 15:51 to play and the game was tied at 61-61 (1:41), Norris Cole gave CSU the lead for good with a layup. On the ensuing possession, Michael Porrini was called for a doubel dribble as he brought the ball up the court and drew a technical foul. Cole made both tecnical shots and was fouled on the next possession, making two more, to put CSU ahead 67-61 (0:46). Key Stats: CSU committed a season-low eight turnovers and held KSU to .400 shooting (26-65), including four-for-20 from three-point (.200). The Vikings had a 21-4 edge in points off turnovers and 21-14 in second chance points. Performance Leaders: Cole recorded his third straight 20-point effort, going 11-for-13 from the line. Jeremy Montgomery scored all 14 of his points in the second half. Tim Kamczyc has a season-high 13 points.

IONA.........................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Mike Glover.................38 8-18 0-1 12-15 9 0 0 2 1 3 28 Kyle Smith...................25 0-2 0-2 0-0 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 Scott Machado............35 3-7 0-2 1-2 3 2 5 0 2 4 7 Rashon Dwight...........38 6-15 3-8 4-5 4 5 4 0 3 4 19 Jermel Jenkins.............37 4-8 2-5 0-1 1 4 1 0 1 4 10 Trinity Fields.................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Sean Armand................6 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 Randy Dezouvre..........12 2-4 0-0 0-0 4 1 1 0 0 1 4 Aleksandar Kesic..........3 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Chris Pelcher................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 23-57 5-19 17-23 27 13 14 3 7 21 68 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............16 1-1 1-1 2-2 6 1 4 0 1 0 5 Aaron Pogue................30 4-7 0-0 3-3 4 0 2 1 1 4 11 Trevon Harmon............39 5-12 2-5 4-4 10 1 3 0 1 1 16 Jeremy Montgomery.....25 1-8 0-5 2-2 2 1 3 0 0 3 4 Norris Cole..................39 8-17 0-4 9-10 5 5 4 0 4 1 25 Devon Long...................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Charlie Woods.............25 2-2 2-2 0-0 4 2 0 2 1 3 6 Josh McCoy.................16 1-2 1-2 2-2 3 0 1 0 1 3 5 Luda Ndaye...................8 3-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 0 1 3 6 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 25-52 6-19 22-23 38 11 18 3 10 19 78 Halftime: Cleveland State 34, Iona 25. Dead Ball Rebounds: Iona 2, Cleveland State 1. Technicals: None. Officials: Rick Hartzell, John Hampton & Mark Schnur. Attendance: 1,561.

KENT STATE...............min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Justin Greene..............33 8-16 0-1 1-1 7 1 1 3 0 2 17 Justin Manns..............26 5-6 0-0 0-1 7 0 1 3 0 4 10 Michael Porrini............33 3-10 3-6 1-2 7 4 4 1 0 4 10 Carlton Guyton............30 4-10 1-5 1-1 4 3 3 0 1 4 10 Rodriguez Sherman.....30 1-6 0-2 6-6 2 7 3 1 0 4 8 Eric Gaines...................9 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 Randal Holt.................18 1-6 0-4 0-0 5 1 3 0 0 2 2 Robert Johnson...........10 3-6 0-1 1-2 4 0 1 0 0 2 7 Darius Leonard...........11 0-3 0-1 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 26-65 4-20 10-13 47 16 16 8 1 24 66 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............30 5-8 1-2 2-4 5 0 1 0 0 2 13 Aaron Pogue................32 4-10 0-0 1-4 9 1 2 1 0 5 9 Trevon Harmon............28 2-6 1-1 0-2 7 1 0 0 1 1 5 Jeremy Montgomery.....35 6-17 1-6 1-6 5 3 1 0 2 3 14 Norris Cole..................38 5-17 0-3 11-13 6 3 1 0 2 2 21 Charlie Woods.............11 0-5 0-2 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 Josh McCoy.................15 1-2 1-2 0-0 4 3 1 0 2 2 3 Luda Ndaye...................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joe Latas.......................8 2-3 0-0 0-0 4 0 1 0 0 1 4 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 25-68 4-16 15-29 42 11 8 1 7 18 69 Halftime: Kent State 34, Cleveland State 23. Dead Ball Rebounds: Kent State 2, Cleveland State 8. Technicals: Manns (KSU), Porrini (KSU), Greene (KSU), Pogue (CSU). Officials: Patrick Adams, Joseph De Rosa & Greg Langsdorf. Attendance: 2,805.

Cleveland State Louisiana

GAME 5 Nov. 19, 2010

60 55 Lafayette, La.

Final: Norris Cole scored a game-high 19 points, including an eight-foreight effort from the foul line in the last three minutes as Cleveland State improved to 5-0 for the first time in school history. Defining Moment: After Louisiana had rallied back from an 18-point second half deficit (38-20, 17:44) to tie the game at 45, Trey Harmon knocked down a three-pointer and Norris Cole made two free throws following a steal to put CSU ahead, 50-45 (2:51). Louisiana would not have the ball in a position to tie the game or take the lead down the stretch. Key Stats: Louisiana shot just .340 from the field (16-47), including .217 in teh first half (5-23), missing its last 16 shots of the half. The Vikings hjad a 39-35 rebound edge, including a dominating 30-13 in the first half. Performance Leaders: Cole led CSU with 19 points, including 10 of the Vikings last 15 points. Aaron Pogue had a eason-high 13 points with six rebounds with 10 points coming in the first half. Trey Harmon battled foul trouble to score 10 points, including five in the final 3:08. Charlie Woods grabbed a career-high six rebounds. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............37 1-6 0-3 0-0 3 2 2 2 0 3 2 Aaron Pogue................29 5-6 0-0 3-4 6 0 3 0 1 4 13 Trevon Harmon............27 4-13 2-7 0-0 4 0 1 0 2 3 10 Jeremy Montgomery.....37 2-10 2-5 0-2 6 1 3 0 0 2 6 Norris Cole..................32 5-16 1-2 8-9 4 3 2 0 5 3 19 Darius Ware............... 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Charlie Woods.............13 0-2 0-1 0-0 6 1 0 0 0 2 0 Josh McCoy.................15 3-5 2-4 0-0 6 0 4 0 0 2 8 Joe Latas.....................10 0-1 0-0 2-2 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 20-59 7-22 13-17 39 7 15 2 8 21 60 LOUISIANA................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Courtney Wallace........12 3-4 0-0 2-2 5 1 4 0 0 2 8 La'Ryan Gary...............30 6-12 1-4 6-8 6 0 2 0 4 3 19 Josh Brown..................35 1-9 0-4 4-4 4 0 1 1 0 3 6 Randell Daigle............39 4-9 2-4 0-1 4 4 1 0 1 2 10 David Perez.................28 1-3 1-2 6-6 3 0 3 0 0 3 9 Scottie Farrington.......16 0-0 0-0 1-4 4 0 1 8 0 1 1 Colby Batiste................2 0-1 0-0 0-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Raymone Andrews.......25 0-5 0-3 0-0 4 2 3 1 2 4 0 Bryant Mv]bamalu......10 1-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 Javan Mitchell...............3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 2 1 Totals........................200 16-47 4-17 19-27 35 7 16 10 8 18 55 Halftime: Cleveland State 33, Louisiana 18. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 3, Louisiana 5. Technicals: None. Officials: Dan Stryffeler, Sean Casy & Kyle Chambers. Attendance: 3,689.

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GAME 6 Nov. 24, 2010

Cleveland State Akron

64 51 Akron, Ohio

Final: Norris Cole scored a game-high 19 points, including 16 in the second half as CSU improved to 6-0 on the year with a 64-51 win at Akron, giving head coach Gary Waters his 250th career victory. Defining Moment: With the game tied at 35 (11:39), Norris Cole, who had been held to three points, ran off nine straight Viking points as part of a 9-1 run to put CSU ahead for good. Akron would come no closer than six points down the stretch. Key Stats: CSU holds Akron to .360 shooting (18-50), including 10-for30 in the second half (.333). The Vikings out-rebound the Zips, 39-31, including 14 ofensive rebounds. CSU forces 16 turnovers and has a 16-11 edge in points of turnovers. Performance Leaders: Cole scored 19 points or more for the sixth straight game, going 10-for-11 from the foul line, adding seven rebounds and seven assists. Trey Harmon adds 18 points, including three key treys down the stretch, and Tim Kamczyc scores in double figures for the third time this year, finishing with 10 points. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............32 4-10 1-2 1-1 5 0 2 0 0 0 10 Aaron Pogue................23 1-6 0-0 1-5 6 0 0 0 0 3 3 Trevon Harmon............38 7-12 4-7 0-1 4 0 0 0 1 1 18 Jeremy Montgomery.....33 6-15 0-7 0-0 3 1 1 0 2 0 12 Norris Cole..................38 4-11 1-3 10-11 7 7 6 0 1 3 19 Devon Long...................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Charlie Woods.............11 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 Josh McCoy...................5 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 Luda Ndaye...................6 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 Joe Latas.....................11 1-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 1 0 5 2 Team........................... 7 Totals........................200 23-61 6-20 12-18 39 8 12 1 6 17 64 AKRON......................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Steve McNees..............37 2-6 2-6 1-3 2 1 2 0 0 3 7 Brett McClanahan.......36 4-11 1-7 0-0 7 4 1 0 0 1 9 Darryl Roberts.............31 3-6 0-2 2-2 5 0 1 0 0 2 8 Nikola Cvetinovic........30 1-10 0-0 4-6 3 4 6 0 1 3 6 Zeke Marshall.............32 5-11 0-0 4-5 4 0 5 4 1 3 14 Alex Abreu.....................6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Quincy Diggs...............10 2-2 0-0 1-1 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 Josh Egner....................5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Dakotaj Euton...............7 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Mike Bardo....................6 1-1 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 1 0 2 2 Team........................... 5 Totals........................200 18-50 3-16 12-17 31 10 16 6 2 16 51 Halftime: Cleveland State 28, Akron 25. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 6, Akron 5. Technicals: None. Officials: Terry Wymer, Bo Boroski & Mike Eades. Attendance: 2,716.

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2011-12 Vikings GAME 7 Nov. 27, 2010

Cleveland State St. Bonaventure

69 51

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Cleveland State bounced back from a poor first half of shooting to run away from St. Bonaventure in the second half to remain perfect on the young season with a 69-51 win in the Wolstein Center. Defining Moment: After struggling offensively in the openeing stanza, CSU ran off the final seven points of the first half and scored 19 of the first 21 points in the second half to put the game away. Key Stats: CSU shot just .212 in the first half (7-33) but bounced back to go 13-for-29 in the second half (.448). SBU managed just .340 shooting for the game (17-50). The Vikings forced 24 turnovers, making 12 steals with only eight turnovers. CSU was 26-for-32 from the line (.813) but was out-rebounded, 44-38. Performance Leaders: Jeremy Montgomery matched his season high with 18 points, including three treys, and Norris Cole scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half. Aaraon Pogue had 10 points and nine rebounds. ST. BONAVENTURE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Demitrius Conger........37 3-8 1-2 3-4 10 3 5 0 0 3 10 Da'Quan Cook.............16 1-2 0-0 5-6 0 1 1 0 1 4 7 Andrew Nicholson.......35 5-12 1-4 3-4 11 0 2 3 0 1 14 Ogo Adegboye.............36 2-7 0-1 3-9 4 2 4 0 0 4 7 Michael Davenport......23 2-8 0-1 0-0 4 1 5 1 0 2 4 Sam De Haas..............14 2-4 1-2 0-0 1 0 1 1 0 3 5 Matthew Wright..........14 1-6 0-3 0-0 4 3 5 0 1 2 2 Brett Roseboro............20 1-3 0-1 0-0 7 0 1 1 0 3 2 Jake Houseknecht.........5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 17-50 3-14 14-23 44 10 24 6 2 22 51 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............25 1-5 0-3 1-2 4 0 2 0 1 3 3 Aaron Pogue................25 5-11 0-0 0-0 9 2 1 0 1 4 10 Trevon Harmon............31 1-7 0-5 8-10 3 2 0 0 4 1 10 Jeremy Montgomery.....29 5-13 3-6 5-6 5 2 1 0 2 2 18 Norris Cole..................29 4-16 0-2 8-10 3 3 1 0 1 4 16 Anthony Wells...............6 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Keith Mackie.................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devon Long...................4 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 Darius Ware..................3 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 Charlie Woods.............14 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 Josh McCoy.................18 0-1 0-1 4-4 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 Luda Ndaye...................7 1-1 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 1 1 4 2 Joe Latas.......................6 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 Team........................... 6 Totals........................200 20-62 3-19 26-32 38 10 8 2 12 24 69 Halftime: Cleveland State 24, St. Bonaventure 23. Dead Ball Rebounds: St. Bonaventure 4, Cleveland State 4. Technicals: Nicholson (SBU), Ndaye (CSU). Officials: Donald Olson, Chris Beaver & Bryan Anslinger. Attendance: 2,214.

GAME 10 Dec. 4, 2010

Cleveland State Milwaukee

82 59

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Final: Clevleand State shot a season-best .638 from the field (30-47) to lead from start to finish, blitzing Milwaukee, 82-59, to snap a 10-game losing streak to the Panthers in games played in Milwaukee. Defining Moment: CSU opened the game by scoring 12 of the first 14 points to take command, eventually leading 46-21 at halftime. Key Stats: The Vikings tied a school record by making 14 threepointers, making their first six attempts as part of a .636 shooting night (14-22). Performance Leaders: Jeremy Montgomery was five-for-seven from three-point as part of a season-high 20 point effort. Norris Cole added 14 points and a season-high nine assists. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............33 4-7 1-2 0-0 3 3 1 0 1 2 9 Aaron Pogue................19 3-4 0-0 2-6 4 0 2 2 1 4 8 Trevon Harmon............26 4-7 3-5 2-2 3 1 1 0 1 3 13 Jeremy Montgomery.....31 6-9 5-7 3-3 2 1 3 0 1 1 20 Norris Cole..................30 6-6 2-2 0-0 5 9 4 0 3 2 14 Keith Mackie.................1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devon Long...................9 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 1 0 1 0 5 1 Darius Ware..................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Charlie Woods.............21 4-6 2-4 0-0 4 1 1 3 1 3 10 Josh McCoy.................17 2-4 1-2 0-0 3 0 0 1 0 1 5 Luda Ndaye...................5 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 0 4 0 Joe Latas.......................7 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 5 2 Team........................... 2 2 Totals........................200 30-47 14-22 8-13 30 16 15 7 8 30 82 MILWAUKEE..............min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tony Meier...................21 5-10 2-5 8-9 5 0 2 0 0 2 20 Anthony Hill................26 2-8 0-1 4-6 3 0 2 0 0 2 8 Ja'Rob McCallum........22 0-5 0-3 0-0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 Kaylon Williams..........25 0-4 0-1 2-3 1 1 3 0 0 2 2 Tone Boyle...................30 1-5 0-2 0-0 3 1 1 0 1 0 2 Kyle Kelm....................18 3-7 1-3 1-3 3 0 0 0 0 0 8 Ryan Allen...................11 3-4 0-0 1-3 3 0 1 0 1 1 7 Patrick Souter.............13 1-2 1-1 2-2 1 1 1 0 0 0 5 Jerard Ajami..................3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lonnie Boga................16 1-4 1-2 1-2 3 2 0 0 1 0 4 Mitchell Carter..............5 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Ryan Haggerty..............6 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Christian Wolf...............4 0-1 0-0 3-4 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 Team........................... 6 1 Totals........................200 16-54 5-20 22-32 31 8 13 0 3 10 59 Halftime: Cleveland State 46, Milwaukee 21. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 4, Milwaukee 5. Technicals: None. Officials: Tim Fogarty, Tim Hutchinson & Bill Jacobson. Attendance: 2,946.

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GAME 8

Cleveland State Robert Morris

Nov. 29, 2010

58 53

Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland State Green Bay

GAME 9 Dec. 2, 2010

83 75

Green Bay, Wisconsin

Final: Norris Cole scored a season-high 29 points as Cleveland State built a large second half lead and then played steady, possession basketball down the stretch to improve to 8-0 with a 58-53 win over Robert Morris in the Wolstein Center. Defining Moment: After RMU had trimmed a 22-point CSU lead to four (50-46, 5:46), Norris Cole took over, holding onto the ball for most of CSU’s final possessions and scoring six of the final eight points and making a huge steal with :07 left to preserve the win. Key Stats: RMU became the sixth straight opponent to shoot .400 or less against the Vikings, going 19-for-48 from the field (.396). The Colonials had a 36-24 rebounding edge but committed 19 turnovers with CSU turning them into 22 points. Performance Leaders: Cole reached the 20-point mark for the fourth time this season, going 10-for-18 from the field and making five steals. Trey Harmon knocked down three three-pointers to finish with 13 points while Aaron Pogue missed a double-double by one rebound, finishing with 10 points and nine rebounds.

Final: Norris Cole scored 26 points, going 15-for-16 from the foul line, as CSU won for just the second time in the last 11 games in Green Bay, 83-75. Defining Moment: After Green Bay trimmed a 13-point CSU lead to seven (71-64) with 1:53 left, the Vikings go 12-for-14 from the line down the stretch to close out the win. Key Stats: Six different Vikings make three-pointers as CSU shoots .714 from beyond the arc and makes a season-high 10 treys. The Vikings make a season-high 31 free throws, shooting .816 while Green Bay is 20-for-30 (.667). The Phoenix grab 17 offensive rebounds as part of a 34-27 rebounding advantage and have a 21-6 lead in second chance points. Three players foul out for the Vikings. Performance Leaders: Cole posts his fifth 20-point game of the season, totalling 26 points, while Trey Harmon makes four treys as part of a 19 point game and Jeremy Montgomery scores 13 of his 15 points in the second half. Joe Latas plays a career-high 25 minutes, scoring six points with five rebounds and four blocks.

ROBERT MORRIS.......min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Yann Charles..............32 2-6 0-0 0-0 6 0 1 2 1 2 4 Russell Johnson..........32 8-13 5-7 1-4 4 1 5 0 2 3 22 Velton Jones................29 2-6 0-1 1-2 3 5 5 0 3 4 5 Coron Williams............18 2-4 1-1 0-0 1 2 1 0 2 1 5 Gary Wallace...............29 1-5 0-1 1-2 5 3 1 0 1 2 3 Anthony Myers.............20 0-4 0-2 2-2 3 0 4 0 0 2 2 Lijah Thompson..........18 4-5 0-0 4-4 6 0 1 1 1 2 12 Elton Roy.......................8 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 Lawrence Bridges.......14 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 19-48 6-12 9-14 36 11 19 3 11 18 53 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............30 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 1 3 3 0 Aaron Pogue................36 4-8 0-0 2-3 9 1 0 0 0 3 10 Trevon Harmon............38 5-8 3-6 0-0 2 0 2 0 1 2 13 Jeremy Montgomery.....34 2-9 1-5 0-0 5 2 2 0 2 1 5 Norris Cole..................39 10-18 1-3 8-11 3 3 6 0 5 0 29 Devon Long...................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 Charlie Woods...............8 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 Josh McCoy...................7 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 Luda Ndaye...................4 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Joe Latas.......................3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 0 Totals........................200 21-47 5-16 11-16 24 7 12 3 11 13 58 Halftime: Cleveland State 33, Robert Morris 17. Dead Ball Rebounds: Robert Morris 4, Cleveland State 0. Technicals: None. Officials: Jeff Spedoske, Matt Porter & Joe Derosa. Attendance: 1,841.

CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............20 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 5 3 Aaron Pogue................14 1-1 0-0 0-2 4 1 1 0 0 5 2 Trevon Harmon............39 5-7 4-5 5-6 5 1 2 0 1 2 19 Jeremy Montgomery.....37 3-8 1-2 8-10 3 2 3 1 0 1 15 Norris Cole..................29 5-14 1-2 15-16 4 5 3 0 1 3 26 Charlie Woods.............18 2-3 2-3 3-4 2 0 1 0 1 5 9 Josh McCoy.................15 1-1 1-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 Luda Ndaye...................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joe Latas.....................25 3-5 0-0 0-0 5 0 0 4 1 2 6 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 21-40 10-14 31-38 27 10 11 5 4 25 83 GREEN BAY...............min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Daniel Turner..............19 0-3 0-1 4-6 4 3 1 0 0 2 4 Alec Brown..................29 4-8 0-0 7-8 5 0 0 0 0 2 15 Bryquis Perine.............37 8-12 2-3 4-8 3 2 2 0 1 3 22 Steve Baker.................24 0-3 0-1 2-2 3 0 2 0 0 4 2 Rahmon Fletcher.........31 4-11 0-0 1-1 1 1 1 0 1 5 9 Derek Semenas...........15 2-6 1-2 0-0 5 3 1 1 1 2 5 Troy Snyder..................23 5-9 1-3 2-5 7 0 1 0 1 3 13 Seth Evans..................14 2-3 1-2 0-0 1 2 1 0 0 3 5 Greg Lesage..................4 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 Clayton Heuer...............4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 25-57 5-13 20-30 34 11 9 3 4 27 75 Halftime: Cleveland State 39, Green Bay 36. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 3, Green Bay 4. Technicals: None. Officials: Rick Hartzell, Chris Beaver & Peter Juzenas. Attendance: 2,305.

GAME 11

Cleveland State West Va. Tech

Dec. 7, 2010

94 62

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Cleveland State turned 22 West Virginia Tech turnovers into 35 points, racing to a 94-62 win over the Golden Bears to run their win streak to 11 games. Defining Moment: With the game tied at 19-19 (11:28), CSU takes control of the game by running off 17 straight points and 30 of the next 34 to take a 49-23 lead. Key Stats: CSU holds West Virginia Tech to .362 shooting (21-58) but the Golden Bears go 7-for-13 from three-point (.538). CSU hands out a season-high 20 assists and makes 11 treys, its third straight game of 10 or more three-pointers. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole plays a season-low 30 minutes but scores a game-high 24 points for his sixth 20-point game of the year. Jeremy Montgomery flirted with a triple-double, scoring 15 points with seven assists and a career-high eight rebounds. Trevon Harmon tallied 18 points while Josh McCoy adds a career-high 14 points. WEST VIRGINIA TECH...min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Josh Proctor................25 6-13 0-0 1-2 8 1 4 0 3 2 13 Joseph Morgan............17 1-3 1-1 2-2 3 3 5 0 0 2 5 Rashon Tabb...............27 5-14 1-2 3-6 4 2 3 0 4 2 14 Nicholas Kjaerholt.......30 4-6 3-4 0-0 6 1 0 0 0 2 11 Donald Robinson.........28 1-6 0-2 2-4 4 1 6 0 1 4 4 Josh Stricker...............23 2-3 1-1 1-2 3 2 0 1 0 2 6 David Henderson.........11 1-2 1-1 0-0 1 2 1 0 1 4 3 Terrale Clark...............21 1-8 0-2 2-2 1 2 3 0 1 1 4 Roi Buchbinder...........18 0-3 0-0 2-2 3 2 0 0 0 3 2 Team........................... 5 Totals........................200 21-58 7-13 13-20 38 16 22 1 10 22 62 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............20 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 3 1 0 1 0 2 Aaron Pogue................20 2-5 0-0 3-4 7 0 0 2 0 3 7 Trevon Harmon............27 6-17 1-8 3-5 6 2 3 0 1 2 16 Jeremy Montgomery.....27 5-11 2-6 3-3 8 7 2 0 1 3 15 Norris Cole..................30 9-14 4-6 2-2 3 5 1 0 5 1 24 Keith Mackie.................4 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 Devon Long.................11 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 Darius Ware..................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Charlie Woods.............22 3-7 1-3 0-1 5 1 4 4 0 1 7 Josh McCoy.................15 5-8 2-3 2-3 5 0 1 0 2 1 14 Luda Ndaye.................12 1-2 1-2 2-4 0 1 1 0 0 2 5 Joe Latas.......................9 1-1 0-0 0-1 2 1 0 0 0 3 2 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 34-69 11-29 15-23 43 20 15 6 10 19 94 Halftime: Cleveland State 51, West Virginia Tech 29. Dead Ball Rebounds: West Virginia Tech 2, Cleveland State 4. Technicals: None. Officials: Alfred Smith, Brian O’Connell & Lamont Simpson. Attendance: 2,011.

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Cleveland State 74 Sam Houston State 62

GAME 12 Dec. 11, 2010

Huntsville, Texas

Final: Trey Harmon scored a season-high 20 points and the Vikings connected on at least 10 three-pointers for the fourth straight game as CSU ran its win streak to a dozen with a 74-62 win at Sam Houston State. Defining Moment: After Sam Houston State scored four straight points to close to within 30-29 (4:23), the Vikings took control of the game by connecting on four consecutive three-point attempts as part of a 14-2 run to end the half. The BearKats would come no closer than five the rest of the way. Key Stats: The Vikings dominated from the perimeter, going 10-for-21 from three-point (.476), including a seven-for-14 effort in the first half while Sam Houston could manage just four-for-15 from three-point (.267). CSU had a season-high 21 assists, a 37-26 rebounding advantage and an 8-2 lead in second chance points. Performance Leaders: Harmon scored 13 of his 20 points in the second half, including three straight treys early in the second half to end a BearKat rally. Cole scored 13 of his 19 points in the first half while Josh McCoy scored 10 points, his second straight double-figure effort. Joe Latas scored six points with five rebounds. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............24 1-1 0-0 2-2 6 1 1 1 0 2 4 Aaron Pogue................16 1-2 0-0 1-4 7 0 3 0 0 4 3 Trevon Harmon............32 7-14 4-9 2-2 1 3 2 0 0 3 20 Jeremy Montgomery.....29 2-8 2-5 0-0 3 5 3 0 1 2 6 Norris Cole..................35 5-13 2-4 7-9 5 7 3 0 0 3 19 Charlie Woods.............12 1-2 1-2 0-2 4 2 0 1 0 0 3 Josh McCoy.................24 4-4 0-0 2-3 5 2 2 0 0 1 10 Luda Ndaye...................4 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Joe Latas.....................24 1-2 0-0 4-4 5 1 0 0 1 4 6 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 23-47 10-21 18-26 37 21 14 2 2 19 74 SAM HOUSTON STATE.. min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Drae Murray................20 1-3 1-3 0-1 2 7 1 0 0 2 3 Josten Crow.................23 0-2 0-1 0-0 4 3 2 0 1 4 0 Gilberto Clavell...........27 7-13 0-0 7-8 4 2 1 1 1 3 21 Lance Pevehouse........32 2-7 2-7 2-2 5 4 0 1 2 2 8 Antuan Bootle.............14 4-4 0-0 0-1 1 0 1 0 0 2 8 Marcus Williams.........30 5-10 1-3 1-2 0 5 2 0 2 2 12 Kelly Lawson.................6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Marcus James.............32 4-9 0-0 0-2 8 2 0 1 1 3 8 Nafis Richardson........16 1-4 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 24-52 4-15 10-16 26 23 8 3 7 20 62 Halftime: Cleveland State 44, Sam Houston State 31. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 2, Sam Houston State 1. Technicals: None. Officials: Kyle Ingram, Troy Raymond & Rob Wolff. Attendance: 1,198.

2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2011-12 Vikings GAME 13 Dec. 18, 2010

West Virginia Cleveland State

74 63

Morgantown, West Virginia

Final: West Virginia shot 47-percent from the field and had a +10rebounding advantage to hand Cleveland State its first loss of the season, 74-63, at the WVU Coliseum. The loss ends CUS’s win streak at 12 games, the third-longest in school history and easily the longest to open the season with. Defining Moment: After CSU rallied to tie the game for the seventh time at 55-55 (8:30), WVU runs off 10 straight points over the next 3:24 to take control of the game with a 65-55 lead (5:06). Key Stats: WVU became just the second CSU opponent to shoot better than 45-percent against CSU. going 27-for-57 (.474), including eight three-pointers. The Mountaineers had a 40-30 rebounding advantage, grabbing 16 offensive rebounds. The West Virginia bench outscored CSU, 25-12. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole overcome a slow shooting start to score 19 points and hand out eight assists. Aaron Pogue turned in his strongest performance of the season to date, scoring 14 points (5-for-8 shooting) with six rebounds. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............34 3-4 1-1 0-1 2 1 0 0 1 2 7 Aaron Pogue................23 5-8 0-0 4-5 6 0 3 0 0 5 14 Trevon Harmon............29 3-9 3-6 0-0 4 0 1 0 2 3 9 Jeremy Montgomery.....18 1-7 0-4 0-0 3 2 2 0 0 4 2 Norris Cole..................38 9-21 1-5 0-0 6 8 3 0 1 2 19 Devon Long...................2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Charlie Woods.............11 0-3 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Josh McCoy.................25 2-3 2-2 2-2 2 1 1 0 0 4 8 Luda Ndaye...................4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joe Latas.....................16 1-4 0-0 0-0 5 0 1 0 0 2 2 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 25-60 7-19 6-8 30 12 11 1 4 22 63 WEST VIRGINIA..........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Kevin Jones.................40 6-13 2-5 1-3 10 0 0 2 0 0 15 Deniz Kilicli...................7 2-4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 John Flowers...............35 4-9 0-3 2-2 11 0 2 3 0 3 10 Casey Mitchell............31 5-14 3-8 2-3 5 1 2 0 2 1 15 Darryl Bryant...............16 2-4 0-1 1-2 1 1 3 0 1 1 5 Cam Thoroughman.....33 3-4 0-0 3-5 6 7 0 0 2 2 9 Jonnie West...................7 2-3 1-1 0-0 2 1 1 0 0 0 5 Joe Mazzulla................20 2-3 1-2 3-5 1 3 0 0 1 3 8 Dalton Pepper.............11 1-3 1-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 Team........................... 3 2 Totals........................200 27-57 8-22 12-20 40 13 10 5 6 11 74 Halftime: West Virginia 36, Cleveland State 32. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 1, West Virginia 4. Technicals: None. Officials: Pat Driscoll, Jamie Luckie & Jeff Clark. Attendance: 11,235.

GAME 16

Cleveland State UIC

Jan. 1, 2011

83 59

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: CSU scored the first six points of the game and led from start to finish, claiming an 83-59 win over UIC to improve to 15-1 on the year. Defining Moment: Leading 40-28 at half, the Vikings went on a 10-1 run to open the second half and never led by less the 17 the rest of the way. Key Stats: CSU had a +18 turnover margin, making a season-high 14 steals to force 24 turnovers and have a 21-5 edge in points off turnovers. The Vikings held UIC to .405 shooting (17-42). Performance Leaders: Trevon Harmon scored a career-high 24 points with four steals while Norris Cole added 21 points, six rebounds, six assists and six steals. UIC...........................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Paul Carter.................35 2-9 0-3 7-10 10 0 4 0 0 2 11 Brad Birton.................27 2-3 0-1 0-0 3 5 4 1 0 2 4 Darrin Williams...........12 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 1 0 4 2 Robo Kreps..................36 4-8 3-3 10-12 5 5 4 0 1 1 21 Zavion Neely...............16 1-3 0-1 1-1 0 1 1 0 0 4 3 Corey Gray.....................6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Jimmy Harding..............1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Anthony Kelley...............3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 Dipanjot Singh............25 3-6 2-4 2-5 1 1 1 0 0 2 10 Eddie Denard................3 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Arman Rasul.................1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Shawn King...................3 0-0 0-0 0-2 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 Paris Carter..................7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 KC Robbins.................20 4-9 0-0 0-0 7 0 3 1 0 0 8 Dorian Tyler...................5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 17-42 5-13 20-32 35 12 24 4 1 18 59 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............29 1-4 0-1 0-0 7 0 1 1 0 4 2 Aaron Pogue................17 1-6 0-0 1-3 5 1 0 2 2 4 3 Trevon Harmon............29 7-10 4-7 6-8 1 2 1 0 4 3 24 Jeremy Montgomery.....28 5-11 1-5 2-4 2 3 0 0 0 4 13 Norris Cole..................34 8-16 2-5 3-3 6 6 1 0 6 3 21 Anthony Wells...............3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Devon Long.................10 3-4 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 0 6 Charlie Woods.............17 1-4 1-4 0-0 5 0 0 0 1 2 3 Josh McCoy.................15 0-3 0-1 5-6 2 2 1 0 1 1 5 Luda Ndaye...................6 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Joe Latas.....................12 3-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 2 6 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 29-64 8-24 17-24 34 14 6 3 15 24 83 Halftime: Cleveland State 40, UIC 28. Dead Ball Rebounds: UIC 4, Cleveland State 6. Technicals: Pogue (CSU). Officials: Lamont Simpson, Todd Williams & Glenn Mayborg. Attendance: 2,142.

2011-12 Men’s Basketball

Cleveland State South Florida

GAME 14 Dec. 22, 2010

69 62

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Norris Cole scored 25 of his game-high 27 points in the second half and Jeremy Montgomery added 21 as Cleveland State rallied from a seven-point first half deficit to win its 10th straight game in the Wolstein Center, 69-62. Defining Moment: With CSU holding a narrow 49-48 lead (8:23), Cole and Montgomery score six points each during a 12-3 run that put the Vikings ahead, 61-51 with 4:27 left. USF would come no closer than five points the rest of the way. Key Stats: CSU set a school record by committing just four turnovers, including none in the second half, and forced USF into 24 miscues for a +20 turnover margin. USF countered the turnover troubles by owning a 49-26 rebounding lead. Performance Leaders: Cole battled back from first half foul trouble to post his seventh 20-point game of the season while Montgomery had a season-high 21 points. Freshman Luda Ndaye came off the bench set career highs for points (7), rebounds (7) and blocks (2). USF...........................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Ron Anderson, Jr.........20 3-7 0-0 1-2 13 3 3 4 0 2 7 Jarrid Famous.............31 9-14 0-0 4-4 11 0 2 0 1 1 22 Jawanza Poland..........28 1-7 0-3 3-4 6 3 1 2 0 4 5 Anthony Crater............38 0-0 0-0 1-2 3 3 3 0 0 2 1 Hugh Robertson..........38 5-10 1-3 0-1 4 1 5 2 1 2 11 Dority, LaVonte..............3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Shedrick, Haynes..........3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Shaun Noriega..............8 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 2 3 Mike Burwell.................4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Augustus Gilchrist......19 5-8 0-0 2-2 4 2 6 1 0 2 12 Toarlyn Fitzpatrick.........8 0-0 0-0 1-2 4 1 0 1 1 0 1 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 24-50 2-9 12-17 49 13 24 10 3 16 62 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............19 1-3 1-3 0-0 2 1 1 0 1 3 3 Aaron Pogue................30 2-8 0-0 1-4 8 2 2 1 4 3 5 Trevon Harmon............36 2-12 0-5 0-0 2 1 0 0 4 1 4 Jeremy Montgomery.....36 8-17 3-8 2-3 1 2 0 0 1 0 21 Norris Cole..................30 11-21 2-6 3-3 3 3 0 0 1 2 27 Charlie Woods...............8 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Josh McCoy.................12 0-1 0-1 0-1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 Luda Ndaye.................19 3-4 0-0 1-2 7 0 1 2 1 3 7 Joe Latas.....................10 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 3 2 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 28-69 6-23 7-13 26 10 4 4 14 16 69 Halftime: South Florida 26, Cleveland State 24. Dead Ball Rebounds: USF 2, Cleveland State 1. Technicals: None. Officials: Michael Roberts, John Gaffney & Lamar Simpson. Attendance: 4,711.

Butler Cleveland State

GAME 17 Jan. 7, 2011

79 56

Indianapolis, Indiana

Final: Butler forced 18 Viking turnovers and held CSU to 34-percent shooting to run away with a 79-56 decision in Hinkle Fieldhouse. Defining Moment: The Bulldogs jumped out to a 21-4 lead nine minutes into the game and the Vikings were unable to counter, coming no closer than 10 points in the first half and 16 in the second stanza. Key Stats: Butler shot .481 from the field (26-54) and .786 from the line (22-28) while CSU could manage just .339 shooting (19-56). The Bulldogs forced CSU to match a season high with 18 turnovers, making 13 steals. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole recorded his fourth career doubledouble, scoring 26 points with a career-high 10 rebounds, while Aaron Pogue added 12 points. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............21 3-7 1-2 0-0 5 0 1 0 0 5 7 Aaron Pogue................32 4-6 0-0 3-6 4 0 3 1 1 4 11 Trevon Harmon............34 2-8 1-3 2-2 2 0 3 0 2 2 7 Jeremy Montgomery.....32 2-7 0-1 1-2 0 1 4 0 1 1 5 Norris Cole..................39 8-17 3-5 7-9 10 2 4 0 1 2 26 Anthony Wells...............1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devon Long...................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Charlie Woods.............15 0-5 0-4 0-0 5 1 0 1 0 2 0 Josh McCoy.................12 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 Luda Ndaye...................9 0-4 0-2 0-1 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 Joe Latas.......................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 19-56 5-18 13-20 32 5 18 3 5 21 56 BUTLER.....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Matt Howard...............24 4-8 1-2 8-10 6 0 3 0 3 4 17 Andrew Smith.............24 7-9 0-0 8-8 10 0 0 0 2 3 22 Shelvin Mack..............27 2-8 2-5 0-0 1 3 3 0 1 1 6 Shawn VanZant...........31 1-5 0-2 0-0 1 3 0 0 1 1 2 Ronald Nored..............33 5-8 1-2 2-4 8 3 3 0 1 3 13 Erik Fromm...................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Alex Anglin....................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Chrishawn Hopkins.......6 0-2 0-0 1-2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Grant Leiendecker.........2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Khyle Marshall............17 4-6 0-0 3-4 3 0 1 0 1 2 11 Emerson Kampen..........1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Garrett Butcher...........10 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 Chase Stigall..............22 3-7 1-3 0-0 4 2 1 0 1 1 7 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 26-54 5-14 22-28 38 12 13 0 12 16 79 Halftime: Butler 42, Cleveland State 23. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 3, Butler 5. Technicals: None. Officials: Michael Roberts, Bert Smith & Lamar Simpson. Attendance: 7,071.

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GAME 15 Dec. 30, 2010

Cleveland State Loyola

73 55

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Aaron Pogue's second career double-double of 16 points and 12 rebounds led CSU to its 11th straight home win, beating Loyola, 73-55. Defining Moment: With CSU leading 17-15 (9:01), the Vikings ran off nine straight points to push the lead to double figures and the Ramblers could not respond, coming no closer than 10 points in the first half and 18 the rest of the way. Key Stats: CSU had a +6 rebounding and +7 turnover margin, holding the Ramblers to .375 shooting (18-48), and three-for-14 from threepoint (.214). Performance Leaders: Pogue had his double-double by half, scoring 10 points with 10 boards in the first half. Trey Harmon scored 14 points. LOYOLA.....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Ben Averkamp.............22 2-7 0-2 1-3 1 0 3 3 0 1 5 Walt Gibler..................27 4-10 0-2 1-1 4 1 4 1 0 3 9 Gabe Kindred..............16 1-3 0-0 2-3 1 2 0 0 1 2 4 Chim Kadima..............11 1-1 1-1 0-0 3 1 0 0 1 1 3 Geoff McCammon.......23 1-3 1-2 0-0 1 1 4 0 0 2 3 Denzel Brito..................8 1-4 0-2 2-2 2 1 1 0 0 0 4 Shaun Adams...............5 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Courtney Stanley.........28 2-3 0-1 5-8 4 0 2 0 0 2 9 Terrance Hill................29 3-11 1-4 0-0 4 1 3 0 0 2 7 Ryan Sterling................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Andy Polka..................20 1-2 0-0 3-6 5 3 1 0 0 3 5 Jonathan Gac................3 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 John Benkoske..............6 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 Team........................... 6 Totals........................200 18-48 3-14 16-27 32 10 18 5 2 17 55 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............27 1-6 1-3 1-2 2 3 0 1 0 0 4 Aaron Pogue................28 8-11 0-0 0-2 12 1 2 0 0 4 16 Trevon Harmon............21 6-10 1-2 1-2 3 1 0 0 4 2 14 Jeremy Montgomery.....33 4-13 1-5 3-3 2 2 3 0 1 5 12 Norris Cole..................32 4-9 0-3 4-5 5 6 3 0 3 2 12 Keith Mackie.................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Devon Long.................10 3-4 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2 6 Darius Ware..................1 1-4 0-0 2-2 8 1 1 1 3 1 4 Charlie Woods.............19 1-4 0-0 2-2 8 1 1 1 3 1 4 Josh McCoy.................16 2-4 1-2 0-0 2 0 1 0 0 2 5 Luda Ndaye...................9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 Joe Latas.......................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 29-61 4-15 11-16 38 14 11 3 11 25 73 Halftime: Cleveland State 41, Loyola 24. Dead Ball Rebounds: Loyola 7, Cleveland State 1. Technicals: None. Officials: D.J. Carstensen, Brad Gaston & Jeff Spedoske. Attendance: 4,044.

GAME 18 Jan. 9, 2011

Valparaiso Cleveland State

64 58

Valparaiso, Indiana

Final: Valparaiso made its first 10 shots of the second half as part of a 63-percent shooting effort after the intermission to rally past the Vikings, 64-58. CSU had led by as many as 10 points in the first half (19-9, 4:49), but foul trouble kept four starters on the bench for the final four minutes of the half, allowing Valpo to close to within 21-18 at the break. Defining Moment: After Cleveland State cut a double-digit lead to 50-45 with 7:08 left, the Crusaders ran off 10 straight points to push the lead to 60-45 (4:35). CSU would rally down the stretch, but the deficit was too much to overcome. Key Stats: CSU managed just .375 shooting in the contest (21-56) but was just three-for-16 from three-point (.188). Valpo was seven-for-27 from the field in the first half (.259) but shot .633 after the break (19-30), including a six-for-11 effort from three-point (.545). CSU had a 40-35 rebounding edge but turned the ball over 16 times with the Viking bench going one-for-six from the field. Performance Leaders: Trevon Harmon was seven-for-13 from the floor to lead the Vikings with 20 points, all coming in the second half. Aaron Pogue added 12 points and seven rebounds. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............32 1-8 0-2 4-4 6 1 1 0 1 3 6 Aaron Pogue................20 5-7 0-0 2-6 7 0 1 0 0 4 12 Trevon Harmon............23 7-13 2-4 4-4 2 0 2 0 0 4 20 Jeremy Montgomery.....33 4-10 0-3 0-0 2 3 3 0 1 1 8 Norris Cole..................36 3-12 1-5 3-4 8 3 6 0 1 4 10 Anthony Wells...............4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Charlie Woods.............23 0-3 0-1 0-0 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 Josh McCoy...................8 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 1 2 Luda Ndaye...................5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joe Latas.....................16 0-1 0-0 0-0 5 0 1 1 0 1 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 21-56 3-16 13-18 40 8 16 2 3 21 58 VALPARAISO..............min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Cory Johnson...............29 9-16 0-4 2-4 3 2 0 1 0 5 20 Ryan Broekhoff...........29 3-11 3-7 0-0 3 2 2 3 2 4 9 Howard Little..............35 3-9 0-2 0-1 11 5 3 0 1 3 6 Erik Buggs..................19 1-1 0-0 0-1 3 4 0 0 1 2 2 Brandon Wood.............33 3-9 1-4 1-3 3 4 1 1 2 1 8 Michael Rogers...........12 2-3 0-1 1-2 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 Jay Harris....................32 3-5 3-4 0-0 2 1 3 0 2 0 9 Kevin Van Wijk............11 2-3 0-0 1-3 1 0 1 1 0 0 5 Team........................... 7 Totals........................200 26-57 7-22 5-14 35 18 10 6 8 16 64 Halftime: Cleveland State 21, Valparaiso 18. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 2, Valparaiso 3. Technicals: None. Officials: Rick Hartzell, Anthony Jordan & Peter Juzenas. Attendance: 3,776.

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2011-12 Vikings GAME 19 Jan. 15, 2011

Cleveland State 61 Youngstown State 51 Youngstown, Ohio

GAME 20

Cleveland State Detroit

Jan. 20, 2011

81 69

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Norris Cole, Trey Harmon and Jeremy Montgomery combined to score 49 points and help the Vikings overcome a cold-shooting night to snap a two-game losing streak by defeating Youngstown State, 61-51. Defining Moment: After YSU closed to within 32-29 with 14:14 left, Trey Harmon scored nine points during a 14-0 Viking run that put the game out of reach, giving CSU a 46-29 lead with 12:06 left. Key Stats: CSU held the Penguins to 14 first half, the fewest points in a half allowed this year. Neither team shot well, CSU going 18-for-55 from the field (.327) while YSU was 18-for-50 (.360). The Vikings dominated the boards, owning a +12 margin (44-32) with 16 offensive rebounds. CSU offset its shooting woes by going 20-for-23 from the foul line (.870) while the Penguins could manage just 11-for-21 from the stripe (.524). Cole scored 11 of CSU’s final 15 points. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole registered his 10th 20-point game of the season, scoring 21 points with seven rebounds, seven assists and four steals. Trey Harmon scored 16 points, including 13 in the second half, while Jeremy Montgomery added 12 points.

Final: After scoring just four points in the last three games, the CSU bench erupted for 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Vikings past Detroit, 81-69. Defining Moment: After four ties and seven lead changes in the first 12 minutes of the second half, Norris Cole fueled a 15-1 run over a five minute span to turn a 60-59 deficit (8:05) into a 74-61 lead with 3:03 left. Cole had a three-point play and three assists during the spurt. Key Stats: The Vikings set a school record by holding their 20th straight opponent to under .500 shooting, limiting Detroit to 24-for-54 (.444). CSU shot an even .500 (25-50), its fourth game of 50-percent or better shooting. Detroit stayed in the game by going 10-for-13 from the line in the first half (.769) but was just seven-for-16 in the second half (.438). Performance Leaders: Trey Harmon scored 18 of his game-high 22 points in the first half, registering his fourth 20-point game of the year (6th career). Cole added 18 points and a career-high tying 11 assist for his fifth career double-double. Tim Kamczyc battle foul trouble to add 10 points, all in the second half.

CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............34 3-9 0-3 0-0 4 2 0 0 2 3 6 Aaron Pogue................26 2-7 0-0 0-0 6 0 2 1 2 4 4 Trevon Harmon............34 4-7 1-3 7-8 7 1 4 0 2 3 16 Jeremy Montgomery.....36 4-10 2-3 2-3 5 1 3 0 0 1 12 Norris Cole..................39 5-18 2-3 9-10 7 7 6 0 4 2 21 Devon Long...................3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Charlie Woods...............6 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 Josh McCoy.................10 0-1 0-0 2-2 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 Luda Ndaye...................7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 Joe Latas.......................5 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 7 Totals........................200 18-55 5-13 20-23 44 11 17 3 10 20 61 YOUNGSTOWN STATE.min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Damian Eargle............32 9-16 0-0 2-8 8 0 2 3 1 2 20 Vytas Sulskis..............24 3-7 0-2 3-5 4 3 2 2 3 5 9 Blake Allen..................30 0-7 0-3 0-0 4 3 3 0 0 4 0 Ashen Ward.................32 0-4 0-3 2-2 3 2 2 0 0 0 2 Devonte Maymon.........30 4-7 4-5 0-0 2 2 3 0 1 0 12 Kendrick Perry.............21 1-2 0-0 4-4 2 1 2 0 0 3 6 DuShawn Brooks.........18 1-5 0-1 0-2 5 1 2 3 2 2 2 Tre Brewer.....................5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dan Boudler..................8 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 18-50 4-14 11-21 32 12 17 8 7 17 51 Halftime: Cleveland State 21, Youngstown State 14. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 1, Youngstown State 5. Technicals: None. Officials: Lamont Simpson, Tim Fogarty & Jeff Spedoske. Attendance: 4,302.

DETROIT....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Eli Holman..................36 7-10 0-0 2-4 14 0 1 3 2 4 16 Nick Minnerath...........29 6-10 0-2 4-4 7 0 6 1 2 4 16 Chase Simon...............25 3-6 2-3 0-2 4 1 3 0 1 4 8 Ray McCallum.............33 3-9 0-0 5-7 2 4 3 0 2 4 11 Jason Calliste.............21 0-3 0-1 0-1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 Chris Blake.................21 3-8 1-3 1-3 4 1 4 0 0 5 8 Donavan Foster...........21 1-5 1-2 1-2 0 1 1 0 0 2 4 LaMarcus Lowe...........11 1-1 0-0 4-6 2 1 0 0 0 3 6 Connor Clark.................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Evan Bruinsma.............2 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 24-54 4-11 17-29 39 10 19 4 7 28 69 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............18 3-3 2-2 2-4 3 0 0 0 1 4 10 Aaron Pogue................20 1-4 0-0 3-6 4 0 2 0 0 4 5 Trevon Harmon............37 8-14 3-7 3-3 1 0 2 0 1 1 22 Jeremy Montgomery.....21 0-3 0-3 3-4 1 1 3 0 0 2 3 Norris Cole..................38 6-15 0-1 6-10 4 11 2 0 4 1 18 Charlie Woods.............16 2-4 2-4 2-2 3 1 0 2 1 2 8 Josh McCoy.................16 2-2 0-0 4-4 4 1 1 0 1 4 8 Luda Ndaye.................17 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 Joe Latas.....................17 2-3 0-0 1-2 4 1 1 0 0 4 5 Team........................... 2 1 Totals........................200 25-50 7-17 24-35 27 16 13 2 8 24 81 Halftime: Cleveland State 39, Detroit 32. Dead Ball Rebounds: Detroit 6, Cleveland State 6. Technicals: Minnerath (UDM). Officials: Bert Smith, Bryan Anslinger & Kipp Kissinger. Attendance: 3,518.

GAME 22

Cleveland State UIC

Jan. 27, 2011

63 49 Chicago, Ill.

Final: After trailing for most of the first 25 minutes of the game, the Vikings used a strong effort from the bench and a game-high 22 points from Norris Cole to topple UIC, 63-49. Defining Moment: After CSU took a 41-39 lead on a Norris Cole layup with 14:08 left, Josh McCoy drew an intentional foul from Dipanjot Singh when the Flame forward swung an elbow and connected with McCoy's face. McCoy made both free throws and CSU scored on the ensuing possession to start an 18-3 run that put the game away. Key Stats: UIC shot .500 in the first half (13-26) to take a 31-29 halftime lead, but could make just seven of its 26 second half shots (.269) as CSU pulled away. The Vikings were just 10-for-24 in the first half (.417) but shot .500 in the second stanza (13-26). CSU won the turnover battle, forcing 16 while making 11 and having a 24-11 edge in points off turnovers. Performance Leaders: Cole turned in his 11th 20-point game of the season, going nine-for-16 from the field to finish with 22 points. Jeremy Montgomery added 13 points while Josh McCoy added nine points and Luda Ndaye matched his career high with seven points. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............37 2-4 2-4 0-2 5 4 1 0 0 3 6 Aaron Pogue................19 0-3 0-0 0-2 3 1 2 1 1 4 0 Trevon Harmon............23 2-6 0-2 0-0 6 3 1 0 1 1 4 Jeremy Montgomery.....38 4-9 3-5 2-2 2 1 3 0 1 1 13 Norris Cole..................33 9-16 1-2 3-4 6 3 1 0 2 2 22 Charlie Woods...............3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Josh McCoy.................25 2-6 2-5 3-4 3 0 1 0 1 1 9 Luda Ndaye.................14 3-4 0-0 1-2 3 1 1 3 1 4 7 Joe Latas.......................8 1-1 0-0 0-1 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 Team........................... 2 1 Totals........................200 23-50 8-19 9-17 32 13 11 4 7 17 63 UIC...........................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Paul Carter.................31 1-7 0-1 4-8 7 3 2 0 1 4 6 Brad Birton.................31 7-15 0-0 0-1 10 4 3 1 0 1 14 Darrin Williams...........17 3-7 0-0 0-0 5 0 2 1 1 4 6 Corey Gray...................35 2-7 0-3 0-1 1 4 2 0 2 1 4 Robo Kreps..................40 4-10 0-2 2-2 2 0 3 0 0 1 10 Dipanjot Singh............11 1-1 1-1 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 1 3 Shawn King...................3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Paris Carter................17 0-2 0-0 2-2 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 KC Robbins.................15 2-3 0-0 0-0 4 1 1 1 1 0 4 Team........................... 4 1 Totals........................200 20-52 1-7 8-14 35 13 16 3 5 13 49 Halftime: UIC 31, Cleveland State 29. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 4, UIC 2. Technicals: None. Officials: Michael Roberts, DJ Carstensen & Dan Dorian. Attendance: 3,197.

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GAME 23

Cleveland State Loyola

Jan. 29, 2011

81 70 Chicago, Ill.

Cleveland State Wright State

GAME 21 Jan. 22, 2011

65 46

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: CSU scored the first three points of the game and never trailed, running away with a 65-46 decision over Wright State to set the Wolstein Center record with its 14th straight home win. Defining Moment: CSU put the game away early, using a 15-3 run over a six-minute span at the start of the contest to build an 18-5 lead. The Vikings would lead by no less than 10 the rest of the way. Key Stats: The CSU defense limited WSU to .268 shooting from the field (11-41), the second-lowest effort by an opponent this season, and just three-for-20 from three-point (.150). The Vikings had a +19 rebounding edge (39-20), the largest single game total this season. Performance Leaders: Jeremy Montgomery had a game-high 17 points, going five-for-eight from the field, while Norris Cole added 14 points and a career-high tying 10 rebounds for his third double-double. Aaron Pogue was 6-for-6 from the field to finish with 15 points and 8 rebounds. WRIGHT STATE..........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Johann Mpondo...........19 1-2 0-0 2-2 4 1 2 1 0 5 4 Matt Vest....................19 0-4 0-4 2-4 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 Troy Tabler...................37 1-5 0-2 5-6 4 1 0 0 2 4 7 N'Gai Evans................36 1-4 1-2 2-2 2 3 2 0 0 3 5 Vaughn Duggins.........35 3-9 1-3 7-8 1 1 2 0 3 1 14 Kegan Clark..................4 1-3 0-1 0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Armond Battle.............16 2-5 0-2 3-5 4 0 1 0 1 1 7 Vance Hall...................18 0-3 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 A.J. Pacher..................16 2-6 1-5 0-0 1 0 5 0 0 3 5 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 11-41 3-20 21-28 20 6 12 1 10 20 46 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............24 1-1 1-1 2-2 3 0 1 0 0 4 5 Aaron Pogue................26 6-6 0-0 3-5 8 0 3 2 2 3 15 Trevon Harmon............36 2-10 2-7 0-0 6 3 0 0 0 2 6 Jeremy Montgomery.....34 5-8 3-5 4-4 0 0 5 0 2 2 17 Norris Cole..................31 4-9 0-3 6-6 10 6 4 0 1 2 14 Anthony Wells...............2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Keith Mackie.................1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devon Long...................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Darius Ware..................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Charlie Woods.............15 0-3 0-2 2-2 1 0 1 1 0 3 2 Josh McCoy.................15 0-2 0-2 6-6 4 0 2 0 1 3 6 Luda Ndaye.................12 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 0 4 0 Joe Latas.......................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 18-41 6-21 23-25 39 9 17 3 6 24 65 Halftime: Cleveland State 33, Wright State 20. Dead Ball Rebounds: Wright State 2, Cleveland State 1. Technicals: None. Officials: Dan Fouser, Archibold Whaley & Jeff Albright. Attendance: 4,615.

Cleveland State Valparaiso

GAME 24 Feb. 3, 2011

76 65

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: All five starters scored in double figures for the first time this season as CSU reached the 20-win mark before the end of January for the first time in school history by defeating Loyola, 81-70. Defining Moment: After Loyola rallied to trim a 12-point halftime deficit to four (49-45, 15:36), the Vikings responded by running off eight straight points to push the lead back into double figures (57-45, 13:17). The Ramblers would come no closer than seven the rest of the way. Key Stats: The Vikings shot better than 50-percent for the fifth time (30-57, .526), going 8-for-12 from three-point in the first half to finish shooting .500 for the game (9-18). CSU had a 25-8 advantage in points off turnovers, forcing 17 miscues while making just nine. Loyola blocked nine CSU shots. Performance Leaders: Trey Harmon posted his fourth 20-point game in league play while Aaron Pogue added 12 points and 10 rebounds for his second double-double of the year. Norris Cole had 17 points with nine assists while Tim Kamczyc went three-for-six from three-point to finish with 11 points.

Final: Cleveland State improved to a perfect 13-0 at home and moved a game-and-a-half ahead of Valparaiso in the league standings by upending the Crusaders, 76-65. Defining Moment: After having a pair of 11-point leads dissapear as Valpo closed to 63-60 with 3:14 left, Norris Cole keyed a 7-0 CSU run with a pair of baskets that pushed the lead to 70-60 with 1:12 left and put the contest away. Key Stats: CSU limited the Crusaders to .377 shooting (26-69), including just six-for-21 (.286) from beyond the arc and had a 48-36 rebounding advantage. Valpo turned the ball over just five times, once in the second half. Performance Leaders: Jeremy Montgomery scored a career high 26 points, going seven-for-10 from the field with four three-pointers and Norris Cole added 25 points, his 31st career 20-point effort. Trey Harmon (12 rebounds) and Cole (11) each set career rebounding bests while Charlie Woods came off the bench to block a career-high five blocks, the fifth-highest single game total in CSU history.

CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............36 4-8 3-6 0-0 4 5 0 0 0 3 11 Aaron Pogue................30 5-9 0-0 2-6 10 1 2 0 0 4 12 Trevon Harmon............36 8-14 3-5 2-2 2 0 2 0 2 2 21 Jeremy Montgomery.....31 4-9 2-4 0-0 0 2 2 0 0 0 10 Norris Cole..................37 5-11 0-2 7-8 3 9 2 0 4 2 17 Charlie Woods...............1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Josh McCoy.................18 3-4 1-1 1-2 3 1 1 0 1 1 8 Luda Ndaye...................5 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 Joe Latas.......................6 1-1 0-0 0-2 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 30-57 9-18 12-20 30 18 9 1 7 15 81 LOYOLA.....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Ben Averkamp.............30 6-13 1-3 3-3 5 5 2 1 0 5 16 Walt Gibler..................33 9-12 2-3 5-7 9 1 1 0 1 1 25 Shaun Adams...............3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Courtney Stanley.........33 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 3 4 3 1 3 2 Terrance Hill................35 4-10 3-4 0-0 3 2 4 1 2 4 11 Denzel Brito................12 2-4 2-3 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 2 6 Gabe Kindred................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Geoff McCammon.......36 3-8 1-4 3-4 3 0 2 1 0 1 10 Andy Polka..................16 0-3 0-0 0-0 4 2 1 3 0 3 0 John Benkoske..............1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 25-53 9-17 11-14 30 14 17 9 4 19 70 Halftime: Cleveland State 47, Loyola 35. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 4, Loyola 2. Technicals: None. Officials: Peter Juzenas, Bill Jacobson & Don Olson. Attendance: 3,127.

VALPARAISO..............min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Cory Johnson...............20 3-12 0-3 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 3 6 Ryan Broekhoff...........28 5-7 3-4 2-2 11 5 1 2 0 2 15 Howard Little..............30 8-13 1-4 0-0 3 0 0 0 2 3 17 Erik Buggs..................14 1-1 1-1 0-1 1 1 0 0 0 5 3 Brandon Wood.............27 2-7 0-1 2-3 3 2 2 0 2 3 6 Michael Rogers...........16 3-7 0-3 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 3 6 Cameron Witt................6 2-4 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 2 4 Jay Harris....................20 0-7 0-3 0-0 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 Matt Kenney................30 1-6 1-2 3-3 8 6 1 0 1 2 6 Kevin Van Wijk..............9 1-5 0-0 0-2 2 0 1 0 1 2 2 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 26-69 6-21 7-11 36 20 5 2 7 26 65 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............25 2-3 1-1 1-2 1 2 2 1 0 3 6 Aaron Pogue................16 3-5 0-0 0-1 6 0 1 0 0 4 6 Trevon Harmon............38 0-5 0-4 3-6 12 1 2 0 1 3 3 Jeremy Montgomery.....36 7-10 4-6 8-14 5 1 2 0 0 1 26 Norris Cole..................36 8-18 1-3 8-8 11 7 5 0 2 3 25 Charlie Woods.............19 1-5 0-1 3-3 6 1 0 5 0 0 5 Josh McCoy.................10 0-0 0-0 0-1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 Luda Ndaye.................18 1-3 0-1 1-2 2 0 1 0 0 3 3 Joe Latas.......................2 0-0 0-0 2-3 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 22-49 6-16 26-40 48 13 13 7 4 18 76 Halftime: Cleveland State 31, Valparaiso 30. Dead Ball Rebounds: Valparaiso 0, Cleveland State 4. Technicals: None. Officials: Bryan Anslinger, Chris Beaver & Bert Smith. Attendance: 4,472.

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2011-12 Vikings GAME 25

Butler Cleveland State

Feb. 5, 2011

73 61

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Butler shot 55-percent from the field in the second half to pull away from Cleveland State to claim a 73-61 win to hand the Vikings their first home loss of the season and snap CSU's 13-game home win streak. Defining Moment: After Jeremy Montgomery pulled CSU to within 51-49 (10:03) with a pair of free throws, Butler answers with a 12-4 run over the next 5:15 to open up a 63-43 lead (4:48) and take control of the contest. Key Stats: Butler makes 16 of its 29 field goal attempts in the second half to shoot .468 for the game (29-62). The Bulldogs commmit just six turnovers, including one in the first half, while forcing 12 Vikings miscues to open a 15-6 advantage in points off turnovers. The Butler bench outscores CSU, 23-6. Performance Leaders: Montgomery leads the Vikings with 18 points, but can manage just six field goal attempts and going four-for-five from three-point. Norris Cole adds 15 points, going six-for-six from the stripe but just four-for-13 from the field. Tim Kamczyc adds 12 points but goes just two-for-nine from the field. BUTLER.....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Matt Howard...............24 4-12 4-9 2-2 4 1 0 0 0 3 14 Andrew Smith.............32 6-10 0-0 1-1 5 3 2 1 1 4 13 Shelvin Mack..............34 4-12 2-4 1-2 6 7 2 0 0 2 11 Shawn VanZant...........30 5-6 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 0 1 3 10 Chase Stigall..............17 0-4 0-3 2-2 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 Zach Hahn..................16 2-6 2-6 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Ronald Nored..............23 0-2 0-0 1-2 2 4 0 0 0 2 1 Khyle Marshall............15 6-8 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 4 12 Garrett Butcher.............9 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 2 4 Team........................... 5 1 Totals........................200 29-62 8-22 7-9 32 17 6 2 2 20 73 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............33 2-9 2-6 6-6 6 1 3 0 2 1 12 Aaron Pogue................27 2-4 0-0 2-4 6 0 5 1 0 4 6 Trevon Harmon............25 2-3 0-1 0-0 5 0 2 0 0 4 4 Jeremy Montgomery.....34 5-6 4-5 4-4 3 1 1 0 1 1 18 Norris Cole..................39 4-13 0-3 7-9 3 4 1 0 0 2 15 Charlie Woods...............6 0-3 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Josh McCoy.................22 2-4 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 1 4 Luda Ndaye...................5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 Joe Latas.......................9 1-2 0-0 0-2 3 0 0 1 0 2 2 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 18-45 6-18 19-25 31 6 12 4 3 16 61 Halftime: Butler 33, Cleveland State 29. Dead Ball Rebounds: Butler 2, Cleveland State 3. Technicals: None. Officials: Archibald Whaley, Dan Fouser & Timothy Fogarty. Attendance: 8,490.

GAME 28

Cleveland State Wright State

Feb. 16, 2011

74 72

Fairborn, Ohio

Final: All five Vikings starters scored in double figures and CSU shot 55-percent from the field as the Vikings edged Wright State, 74-72, to tie the school record with their 12th Horizon League victory of the season and move back into first place with just two league games remaining. Defining Moment: After N'Gai Evans banked in a three-pointer from the right side to five WSU its only lead of the second half, 66-65 with 1:28 left, Trey Harmon answered with a three-pointer from the right wing to give CSU the lead for good. Key Stats: CSU improved to 19-1 on the year when leading at halftime. Neither bench was productive as Wright State had three bench points while the Vikings were scoreless. WSU became just the second CSU opponent to shoot better than 50-percent, going 23-for-45 (.511), including 10-for-20 from three-point (.500). Performance Leaders: Aaron Pogue scored a career-high 18 points, going eight-for-10 from the field, to lead CSU. Norris Cole and Harmon played all 40 minutes for the second straight game, Cole finishing with 16 points and 10 assists for his 6th double-double in league play while Harmon had 16 points. Tim Kamczyc was a perfect four-for-four from the field, scring 10 points. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............39 4-4 2-2 0-0 3 3 0 1 2 1 10 Aaron Pogue................34 8-10 0-0 2-6 3 0 2 1 2 2 18 Trevon Harmon............40 5-9 3-6 3-4 5 1 3 0 1 3 16 Jeremy Montgomery.....29 3-8 1-5 7-8 4 2 2 0 1 3 14 Norris Cole..................40 6-13 1-2 3-3 6 10 3 0 0 3 16 Josh McCoy.................11 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 Luda Ndaye...................7 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 1 3 0 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 26-47 7-15 15-21 24 17 11 4 7 16 74 WRIGHT STATE..........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Cooper Land................24 2-6 1-3 1-2 1 1 0 0 0 4 6 Cole Darling................32 4-7 3-3 2-2 2 1 3 0 1 2 13 N'Gai Evans................38 6-8 3-4 6-7 4 1 1 0 0 2 21 Matt Vest....................27 2-4 2-3 2-2 3 4 3 0 0 2 8 Vaughn Duggins.........39 8-14 0-2 5-7 4 4 2 1 3 2 21 Kegan Clark..................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Johann Mpondo...........10 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 Vance Hall...................15 0-2 0-2 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 A.J. Pacher..................14 1-4 1-3 0-0 4 1 1 1 0 1 3 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 23-45 10-20 16-20 23 12 12 2 4 15 72 Halftime: Cleveland State 34, Wright State 33. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 3, Wright State 3. Technicals: None. Officials: Glenn Mayborg, Bryan Anslinger & Charles Russell. Attendance: 5,768.

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Detroit Cleveland State

GAME 26 Feb. 7, 2011

81 78 Detroit, Mich.

GAME 27 Feb. 12, 2011

Cleveland State 86 Youngstown State 76 Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Detroit became the first CSU opponent to shoot 50-percent or better from the floor this year, snapping a school record 25 game streak being under that mark, as the Titans fought off a late challenge from the Vikings to win, 81-78. Defining Moment: In a game that featured four ties and nine lead changes, CSU trailed 72-71 with 1:39 left before Eli Holman scored two straight baskets in the line, the last coming on a tip-in with 57 seconds left, to put Detroit ahead, 76-71. CSU would score on all but its last possession but never have a chance to take the lead. Key Stats: Both teams shot well as CSU was 29-for-56 from the field (.518) while Detroit shot .509 (29-57). The Vikings were 12-for-14 from the line (.857) while Detroit went to the stripe 30 times, making 19 (.633). Detroit had a 30-24 rebounding edge (14-9 in second chance points) and the Titan bench out-scored CSU, 22-0. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole registered his 13th 20-point game of the season, making a career high 12 field goals en route to scoring 27 points with seven assist and six rebounds. Aaron Pogue added 15 points and eight rebounds, going seven-for-eight from the line.

Final: Norris Cole turned in a once in a decade performance and the Vikings needed all of it as CSU rallied from an 11-point first half deficit to defeat Youngstown State, 86-76. Defining Moment: After trailing by as many as 11 in the first half and down 42-34 early in the second half, the Vikings went on a 14-0 run to take a 48-42 lead (14:18) and get back in the contest. Key Stats: With Cole leading the way, the Vikings had a 41-32 rebounding advantage. CSU had a big edge in free throw shooting, going 23-for28 (.821), including 16-for-20 in the second half, while YSU was just 8-for-14 (.571). Performance Leaders: Cole set career highs with 41 points and 20 rebounds, adding nine assists, for only the second 40-20 game in the nation in the last 15 years. He had a double-double in each half, recording 21 points with 10 rebounds in the first half and 20 points and 10 rebounds in the second half. The 41 points was the third-highest total in CSU history while the 20 rebounds was the most by a Viking since the 1988-89 season. The 18 defensive boards was a school record, topping Sam Mitchell's old mark of 16 set vs. Saginaw Valley State (12/4/93).

CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............27 3-5 2-3 0-0 2 0 1 0 1 4 8 Aaron Pogue................32 4-5 0-0 7-8 8 0 4 0 0 4 15 Trevon Harmon............34 4-9 1-4 4-4 0 2 1 0 2 3 13 Jeremy Montgomery.....38 6-13 3-8 0-0 3 0 1 0 2 3 15 Norris Cole..................38 12-22 2-5 1-2 6 7 3 0 1 2 27 Charlie Woods.............12 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 2 0 3 0 Josh McCoy.................11 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 Luda Ndaye...................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joe Latas.......................7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 29-56 8-21 12-14 24 10 12 2 6 23 78 DETROIT....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Nick Minnerath...........36 10-14 1-3 5-6 1 0 1 0 1 1 26 LaMarcus Lowe...........13 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 Chase Simon...............34 3-9 1-2 3-6 3 2 2 0 2 3 10 Chris Blake.................31 4-10 1-4 4-4 6 0 2 0 1 4 13 Ray McCallum.............27 4-7 1-2 0-1 3 7 4 0 0 3 9 Donavan Foster...........24 2-5 0-0 1-2 1 5 1 0 2 1 5 Eli Holman..................31 6-11 0-0 5-9 11 1 0 3 1 2 17 Evan Bruinsma.............4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 5 Totals........................200 29-57 4-12 19-30 30 15 11 4 7 15 81 Halftime: Cleveland State 39, Detroit 39. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 3, Detroit 11. Technicals: None. Officials: Rick Hartzell, Brian Dorset & Raymond Natilli. Attendance: 2,356.

YOUNGSTOWN STATE.min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Damian Eargle............30 10-18 0-0 2-5 5 1 3 3 0 4 22 Vytas Sulskis..............32 3-11 3-6 2-2 4 3 2 0 1 4 11 Blake Allen..................31 2-7 1-4 1-2 5 3 1 0 0 4 6 Kendrick Perry.............37 3-5 1-2 1-2 1 7 0 0 2 3 8 Ashen Ward.................36 6-11 3-7 0-0 7 3 3 0 3 1 15 DuShawn Brooks.........11 3-8 2-4 2-2 3 0 0 0 0 2 10 Tre Brewer...................13 2-5 0-0 0-1 5 1 1 0 0 1 4 Dan Boudler................10 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 Team........................... 0 Totals........................200 29-66 10-23 8-14 32 18 10 4 6 21 76 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............33 2-6 1-3 3-4 7 1 2 0 0 3 8 Aaron Pogue................32 3-7 0-0 4-4 4 0 3 0 1 4 10 Trevon Harmon............40 7-13 2-5 1-1 6 2 0 0 1 1 17 Jeremy Montgomery.....30 4-6 1-3 1-2 1 1 3 0 0 2 10 Norris Cole..................40 11-22 5-10 14-17 20 9 2 0 3 2 41 Devon Long...................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Josh McCoy.................14 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 Luda Ndaye...................9 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Joe Latas.......................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 27-57 9-22 23-28 41 14 10 1 5 14 86 Halftime: Youngstown State 36, Cleveland State 34. Dead Ball Rebounds: Youngstown State 2, Cleveland State 3. Technicals: Cole (CSU). Officials: Lamar Simpson, Anthony Chiazza & Jeff Spedoske. Attendance: 3,875.

GAME 29 Feb. 20, 2011

Old Dominion Cleveland State Sears BracketBusters

73 64 Norfolk, Va.

Final: Old Dominion used a dominating rebounding effort and a strong showing from its bench to pull away in the final minutes for a 74-63 win over Cleveland State in a Sears BracketBusters match-up in the Constant Center on the ODU campus. Defining Moment: After Norris Cole connected on three straight treys to give the Vikings a 22-15 lead (10:02), CSU went scoreless for the next 7:13 to allow the Monarchs to take the lead. CSU would take a lead briefly in the second half but could not hold it. Key Stats: The Monarchs had a 53-24 rebounding advanatge, grabbing 23 offensive rebounds and turning them into a 23-10 edge in second chance points. The ODU bench outscored CSU's, 24-2. The Vikings were 12-for-32 from three-point, their fifth game of 10 or more treys this season and first since early December. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole scored 24 of his 35 points in the first half, his third career 30-point game. Cole was eight-for-15 from three-point, one attempt and one make shy of the school records. Jeremy Montgomery and Trey Harmon added 12 points each, all coming in the second half. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............25 0-4 0-2 0-0 2 2 0 0 1 2 0 Aaron Pogue................29 1-4 0-0 0-1 7 1 2 2 0 4 2 Trevon Harmon............35 4-10 2-5 2-3 5 2 4 0 0 1 12 Jeremy Montgomery.....28 4-12 2-8 2-2 0 0 1 0 3 2 12 Norris Cole..................39 10-24 8-15 7-8 1 5 1 1 3 5 35 Josh McCoy.................16 1-4 0-2 0-0 4 2 1 0 0 1 2 Luda Ndaye.................18 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 Joe Latas.....................10 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 20-59 12-32 11-14 24 12 10 3 8 17 63 OLD DOMINION.........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Chris Cooper...............11 2-3 0-0 1-2 5 0 0 0 0 4 5 Ben Finney..................32 3-7 1-4 3-4 13 2 0 1 0 0 10 Frank Hassell..............33 4-12 0-0 4-4 15 4 3 3 3 1 12 Darius James..............32 1-5 1-1 2-2 3 1 2 0 0 1 5 Kent Bazemore............31 7-11 2-2 2-4 8 3 3 1 4 3 18 Nick Wright...................4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Trian Lliadis................17 3-7 1-3 1-2 2 2 0 0 1 0 8 Marquel De Lancey........8 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 Keyon Carter...............32 5-13 1-5 3-3 5 6 3 2 0 2 14 Team........................... 2 1 Totals........................200 26-60 6-15 16-21 53 19 13 7 8 12 74 Halftime: Cleveland State 34, Wright State 33. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 3, Wright State 3. Technicals: None. Officials: Glenn Mayborg, Bryan Anslinger & Charles Russell. Attendance: 5,768.

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GAME 30 Feb. 24, 2011

Milwaukee Cleveland State

87 83

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Milwaukee shot 57-percent from the field to open up a 19-point first half lead and hold off a furious rally by the Vikings down the stretch to claim an 87-83 over the Vikings and move into three-way tie for first place in the league standings. Defining Moment: With CSU ahead, 7-5 (16:17), the Panthers went on a 19-4 run to take a 24-11 advantage with 11:57 left. CSU could come no closer than four points until the final minute of the contest. Key Stats: The Vikings shot just .343 in the opening half (12-35) while the Panthers were 27-for-47 for the game (.574). CSU was just four-for-21 shooting from three-point (.190) and was out-rebounded, 39-28. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole scored 19 second half points to register his 16th 20-point game of the year, going 7-for-9 from the line to set the season record for free throws made. Cole played all 40 minutes for the third time in four games. Trey Harmon added 22 points, his sixth 20-point game of the year. MILWAUKEE..............min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tony Meier...................33 9-14 4-8 6-8 8 1 3 0 0 4 28 Anthony Hill................17 7-7 1-1 1-2 2 0 1 0 0 5 16 Ja'Rob McCallum........14 0-2 0-1 7-9 2 0 3 0 0 2 7 Kaylon Williams..........36 2-4 1-3 1-5 4 9 5 0 0 0 6 Tone Boyle...................40 3-9 2-6 8-8 5 1 3 0 0 0 16 Kyle Kelm....................21 3-5 0-2 1-2 3 0 0 1 0 1 7 Ryan Allen...................25 3-6 0-0 1-2 7 0 0 3 3 4 7 Jerard Ajami..................7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 Lonnie Boga..................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ryan Haggerty..............3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Christian Wolf...............2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 5 Totals........................200 27-47 8-21 25-36 39 12 15 4 3 19 87 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............34 3-6 1-4 0-1 1 1 2 0 3 5 7 Aaron Pogue................18 1-3 0-0 0-2 6 2 2 0 1 5 2 Trevon Harmon............38 10-21 1-7 1-1 4 1 0 0 1 4 22 Jeremy Montgomery.....38 4-8 0-1 4-4 3 2 1 0 1 3 12 Norris Cole..................40 10-25 0-6 7-9 5 4 2 0 1 3 27 Anthony Wells............ 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devon Long................ 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Josh McCoy.................13 3-5 2-3 5-5 2 0 0 0 0 3 13 Luda Ndaye.................14 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 Joe Latas.......................5 0-0 0-0 0-2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 31-69 4-21 17-24 28 10 7 0 7 28 83 Halftime: Milwaukee 41, Cleveland State 32. Dead Ball Rebounds: Milwaukee 6, Cleveland State 3. Technicals: None. Officials: Randy Heimerman, Mike Roberts & Patrick Adams. Attendance: 3,449.

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2011-12 Vikings Cleveland State Green Bay

GAME 31 Feb. 26, 2011

64 57

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Norris Cole registered his 10th career double-double, scoring 22 points with 10 rebounds to lead the Vikings past Green Bay, 64-57, to earn Cleveland State its first regular season league title since the 1992-93 season. The 13th league win set a new CSU standard in the Horizon League and the Vikings tied the school record with their 15th home victory of the season. Defining Moment: The Vikings never trailed in the contest, jumping out to a 19-4 lead just 7:28 into the contest and then holding on down the stretch when the Phoenix made a late run. Key Stats: Cleveland State held the Phoenix to .190 shooting in the first half (4-21) and .362 for the game (17-47). Both teams shot well from the line, CSU going 15-for-17 (.882), including 13-for-15 in the second half (.867) while Green Bay was 20-for-24 (.833). CSU committed single digit turnovers for the second straight game, making just nine. Performance Leaders: Cole scored 22 points to move into second on the CSU single season scoring list with 670 points, his 36th career 20-point game (17th this year). Aaron Pogue added 12 points, going five-for-five from the field before fouling out while Trey Harmon chipped in with 11 points, GREEN BAY...............min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Jarvis Williams............15 0-2 0-0 1-2 2 0 0 0 1 3 1 Daniel Turner..............32 5-8 1-2 2-4 12 2 1 1 0 1 13 Alec Brown..................32 2-9 0-1 9-9 7 2 1 1 1 4 13 Bryquis Perine.............32 0-6 0-2 4-4 0 1 1 0 0 1 4 Rahmon Fletcher.........37 4-10 0-1 2-2 2 3 3 0 0 2 10 Steve Baker.................10 1-3 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 1 2 Seth Evans..................32 4-5 2-3 2-3 1 2 2 0 0 3 12 Greg Lesage................10 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 17-47 3-10 20-24 31 10 10 3 3 16 57 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............27 3-5 2-3 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 4 8 Aaron Pogue................22 5-5 0-0 2-3 3 2 1 1 0 5 12 Trevon Harmon............37 3-9 1-6 4-4 4 2 1 0 1 2 11 Jeremy Montgomery.....36 3-9 1-6 0-0 2 4 1 0 0 3 7 Norris Cole..................37 7-15 1-5 7-8 10 5 3 0 1 3 22 Josh McCoy.................10 0-3 0-2 0-0 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 Luda Ndaye.................13 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 Joe Latas.....................18 1-2 0-0 2-2 4 0 1 1 1 1 4 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 22-49 5-22 15-17 30 15 9 3 4 20 64 Halftime: Cleveland State 28, Green Bay 18. Dead Ball Rebounds: Green Bay 2, Cleveland State 0. Technicals: None. Officials: Jeff Spedoske, William Jacobson & Lamont Simpson. Attendance: 4,923.

GAME 34 March 5, 2011

Butler Cleveland State Horizon League Championship

76 68

Milwaukee, Wis.

Final: Butler scored the first four points of the game and never trailed, leading by as many as 12 points in the first half before holding of a strong charge by the Vikings down the stretch to claim a 76-68 win over CSU in the semi-finals of the tournament. It marked the third time in the last four years that CSU and Butler met in the tourney with the Bulldogs owning a 2-1 record. Defining Moment: After going scoreless in the first 28 minutes, Shawn VanZant scored all 18 of his points in the final 12 minutes, including 12 coming in the final 5:00. After CSU cut the Butler lead to 60-58 (5:22), VanZant connected on back-to-back treys to push the advantage to 66-58 (4:06). CSU would come no closer than four points the rest of the way. Key Stats: Butler went nine-for-24 from three-point (.375) while CSU was just three-for-14 (.214). The Bulldogs had a 38-29 rebounding edge while CSU had a +6 turnover margin, forcing 14 Butler miscues. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole led CSU with 24 points, going ninefor-nine from the line to finish the tourney with a perfect 24-for-24 effort from the stripe. Trey Harmon scored 18 points, 14 in the first half, going 8-for-10 from the line. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............36 3-11 1-6 0-0 8 2 1 0 2 4 7 Aaron Pogue................21 2-5 0-0 0-1 2 0 2 0 0 4 4 Trevon Harmon............39 5-7 0-1 8-10 1 2 1 0 1 1 18 Jeremy Montgomery.....29 2-5 0-1 2-3 4 2 2 0 2 4 6 Norris Cole..................40 7-19 1-3 9-9 6 1 2 0 4 3 24 Charlie Woods...............1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Josh McCoy.................13 1-4 1-3 1-2 3 2 0 0 1 2 4 Luda Ndaye...................5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Joe Latas.....................16 2-2 0-0 1-1 1 0 0 0 0 2 5 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 22-53 3-14 21-26 29 9 8 1 10 22 68 BUTLER.....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Matt Howard...............29 5-9 1-4 3-4 8 1 6 0 0 4 14 Andrew Smith.............33 4-6 0-1 4-6 8 2 2 2 2 4 12 Shelvin Mack..............35 5-14 2-7 3-4 5 1 4 0 0 1 15 Shawn VanZant...........24 4-8 4-5 6-9 3 1 1 1 1 3 18 Chase Stigall..............29 3-6 2-5 0-1 6 0 0 0 0 5 8 Zach Hahn....................6 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Ronald Nored..............27 3-8 0-1 0-0 3 3 0 0 0 5 6 Khyle Marshall............14 1-1 0-0 1-2 4 1 1 0 0 2 3 Garrett Butcher.............3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 25-53 9-24 17-26 38 10 14 3 3 24 76 Halftime: Butler 41, Cleveland State 35. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 2, Butler 4. Technicals: None. Officials: Buddy Mayborg, Archibald Whaley & Anthony Chiazza. Attendance: 7,431.

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GAME 32 March 1, 2011

Cleveland State UIC Horizon League Championship

73 61

Cleveland, Ohio

GAME 33 March 4, 2011

Cleveland State Wright State Horizon League Championship

73 59

Milwaukee, Wis.

Final: Norris Cole scored a game-high 26 points and the Vikings scored 17 points off of 19 UIC turnovers as CSU toppled the Flames, 73-61, in a first round game in the Horizon League Championship. Defining Moment: UIC scored the first six points of the game but the contest was tied at 12-12 (13:27) before CSU ran off 21 of the next 23 points to take the lead for good. Key Stats: The Vikings shot .500 in the first half (12-24) to take control. UIC had a 43-28 rebounding edge, including +15 in the second half. Performance Leaders: Cole led the way with 26 points, his 37th career 20-point game (18th this year), going nine-for-nine from the line to set the CSU season record with 237 attempts this year. Jeremy Montgomery added 17 points, 11 in the first half, while Trey Harmon scored 10 of his 13 points in the opening stanza.

Final: Jeremy Montgomery led four Vikings in double figures with 16 points and CSU played one of its best overall games in the last two months as the Vikings upended Wright State, 73-59, to advance to the semi-finals of the Horizon League Championship. Defining Moment: With Norris Cole limited to just two points in the first 32 minutes, the league player of the year went off, scoring 13 points during a 20-3 run that turned a six-point game into a 23-point rout. Key Stats: CSU shot .867 from the line (26-30) and .474 from three-point (9-19) and had a 33-22 rebounding advantage. Performance Leaders: Montgomery went 3-for-4 from three to finish with 16 points. Cole added 15 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals and Trey Harmon chipped in 1ith 14 points. Tim Kamczyc scored all nine of his points in the second half.

UIC...........................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Paul Carter.................27 2-4 1-1 13-16 9 1 3 1 0 3 18 Paris Carter................12 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 3 1 1 4 4 Brad Birton.................32 3-6 0-0 0-0 6 1 1 1 0 2 6 Robo Kreps..................40 3-13 2-5 2-4 7 3 3 1 2 2 10 Corey Gray...................19 1-3 0-1 1-2 1 2 2 0 0 0 3 Jimmy Harding........... 0+ 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dipanjot Singh............27 1-8 1-5 0-0 3 3 2 0 1 4 3 Arman Rasul.................0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Darrin Williams.............5 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0 1 0 0 4 2 Shawn King...................7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 K.C. Robbins...............21 4-8 0-0 0-0 7 1 2 2 0 2 8 Dorian Tyler.................10 1-2 1-1 2-2 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 Team........................... 6 Totals........................200 18-49 5-13 20-26 43 12 19 6 4 22 61 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............37 2-4 0-0 1-1 5 2 0 0 1 3 5 Aaron Pogue................24 2-5 0-0 6-7 3 1 1 1 0 5 10 Trevon Harmon............35 5-10 2-4 1-4 2 3 1 0 2 2 13 Jeremy Montgomery.....26 6-14 2-6 3-3 1 0 2 0 2 2 17 Norris Cole..................39 8-19 1-3 9-9 5 4 1 2 2 3 26 Anthony Wells...............1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devon Long................ 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Darius Ware............... 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Josh McCoy.................16 0-4 0-2 2-2 4 2 0 1 0 2 2 Luda Ndaye.................12 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 Joe Latas.....................10 0-0 0-0 0-2 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 23-57 5-15 22-28 28 13 5 4 7 21 73 Halftime: Cleveland State 40, UIC 23. Dead Ball Rebounds: UIC 2, Cleveland State 4. Technicals: None. Officials: Patrick Adams, D.J. Carstensen & Bryan Anslinger. Attendance: 1,161.

WRIGHT STATE..........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Johann Mpondo...........12 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 Cooper Land................33 3-9 2-4 0-0 3 1 0 0 0 4 8 Cole Darling................17 3-5 2-3 0-0 4 0 0 0 1 5 8 Tabler, Troy..................35 3-9 1-6 5-6 6 2 1 0 1 2 12 Vaughn Duggins.........36 2-7 0-1 8-8 1 1 4 0 1 1 12 Kegan Clark..................3 1-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 N'Gai Evans................32 2-5 0-0 0-0 2 3 2 0 0 2 4 Battle, Armond..............8 1-2 1-2 2-2 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 Vance Hall.....................4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A.J. Pacher....................6 1-3 0-1 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 Vest, Matt...................14 1-4 0-2 2-4 5 1 3 0 1 0 4 Team........................... 0 Totals........................200 17-47 6-20 19-24 22 8 11 0 5 19 59 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............35 3-4 2-2 1-1 4 1 3 0 0 2 9 Aaron Pogue................24 0-1 0-0 4-4 4 1 1 0 2 4 4 Trevon Harmon............35 5-11 1-5 3-3 4 2 0 0 1 2 14 Jeremy Montgomery.....30 4-9 3-4 5-8 3 1 3 0 1 4 16 Norris Cole..................34 4-10 1-4 6-6 6 4 3 0 3 2 15 Anthony Wells...............2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Keith Mackie.................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Darius Ware..................2 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Charlie Woods.............10 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 Josh McCoy.................18 2-3 2-3 6-6 2 0 2 0 0 0 12 Luda Ndaye...................7 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 Joe Latas.......................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 4 Totals........................200 19-40 9-19 26-30 33 9 15 0 7 18 73 Halftime: Cleveland State 31, Wright State 27. Dead Ball Rebounds: Wright State 2, Cleveland State 3. Technicals: None. Officials: Rick Hartzell, Joe DeRosa & Todd Williams. Attendance: 2,359.

GAME 35 March 15, 2011

Cleveland State Vermont National Invitation Tournament

63 60

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Norris Cole scored a game-high 27 points, including 16 in the second half, as Cleveland State survived a nail-biter, grabbing a 63-60 decision over the Catamounts in the opening round of the NIT. Defining Moment: After Cole made a pair of free throws with four seconds left to put CSU ahead 63-60, a buzzer-beating three-point attempt by Vermont’s Matt Glass bounced off the rim four times and the glass once before rolling off to end the game. The contest featured 15 ties and nine lead changes. Key Stats: CSU made up for being out-rebounded by 16 (45-29) but by forcing 16 Vermont turnovers, holding the Catamounts to .344 shooting in the second half (11-32) and to just .154 from three-point for the game (2-13). Performance Leaders: Cole scored 27 points to move past Clinton Ransey and into third place on the CSU career scoring chart (1,960 points). Aaron Pogue battled to score 1 points with eight rebounds. VERMONT..................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Luke Apfeld.................23 3-5 0-1 6-6 9 0 1 0 1 2 12 Brian Voekel................33 1-2 0-0 1-3 8 2 3 0 2 1 3 Ben Crenca.................11 1-3 0-0 0-1 2 0 1 0 0 2 2 Sandro Carissimo.......20 2-5 0-0 0-0 1 1 3 0 2 3 4 Brendan Bald..............30 5-15 1-4 0-0 1 4 1 2 1 3 11 Joey Accaoui................29 2-7 1-3 0-0 4 0 4 0 0 0 5 Josh Elbaum.................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Simeon Marsalis...........3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Pat Bergmann.............16 8-10 0-0 0-0 8 1 0 0 0 4 16 Clancy Rugg.................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Matt Glass..................25 2-10 0-5 2-2 5 1 1 0 1 3 6 Garret Kissel.................7 0-1 0-0 1-4 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 24-58 2-13 10-16 45 10 16 2 7 20 60 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............29 2-4 1-2 0-0 1 5 4 1 3 2 5 Aaron Pogue................31 3-6 0-0 5-15 8 1 0 2 0 3 11 Trevon Harmon............38 1-7 1-4 3-4 3 1 0 0 2 1 6 Jeremy Montgomery.....31 2-11 1-6 2-2 1 2 1 0 0 2 7 Norris Cole..................37 9-17 3-6 6-6 4 5 2 0 2 3 27 Charlie Woods...............5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 Josh McCoy.................12 2-4 1-2 0-0 4 1 1 0 0 1 5 Luda Ndaye...................8 0-0 0-0 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joe Latas.......................9 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 20-52 7-20 16-27 29 16 10 3 9 15 63 Halftime: Vermont 27, Cleveland State 25. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 6, Vermont 3. Technicals: None. Officials: Jim Haney, Earl Walton, Gene Steratore Attendance: 1,472.

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GAME 36 March 19, 2011

Coll. of Charleston 64 Cleveland State 56 National Invitation Tournament

Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Four Charleston starters scored in double figures and Cleveland State has one of its worst shooting performances in school history as the Vikings dropped a 64-56 decision to the Cougars in a second round game of the National Invitation Tournament. Defining Moment: With the Vikings ahead 46-45 with 10:14 left, Norris Cole sprains his right ankle but stays in the game. CoC responds with an 11-0 run over the next four minutes to lead, 56-46 with 5:45 left. The hole would prove to large to climb out of as CSU could close to no less than four points down the stretch. Key Stats: The Vikings shot just .040 from beyond the arc (1-25), making their only trey just 97 seconds into the game and then missing their final 22 attempts. CSU was just 23-for-69 from the field (.333) but did shoot .818 from the line (9-11). CoC shot .571 in the first half (16-28) and used 14-for-15 shooting (.933) from the line in the second half to help overcome .278 shooting (5-18). CSU forced 15 turnovers and made just six. Performance Leaders: Cole leads the Vikings with 18 points and seven assists but just four of his points came after the ankle sprain. Aaron Pogue registered his third double-double of the season, finishing with 13 points and 14 rebounds. COLL. OF CHARLESTON.min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Antwaine Wiggins.......29 4-9 1-2 2-2 7 1 4 2 0 0 11 Trent Wiedeman..........34 5-8 1-1 2-2 9 4 0 1 1 4 13 Willis Hall...................28 3-7 2-4 0-0 6 2 3 0 0 2 8 Donavan Monroe.........37 5-8 2-4 4-4 3 3 2 0 0 2 16 Andrew Goudelock.......39 3-12 0-6 7-8 4 2 4 0 1 1 13 Andrew Lawrence........27 1-2 1-2 0-0 2 3 2 0 2 2 3 James Carlton...............6 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 21-46 7-19 15-16 35 15 15 3 4 11 64 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............35 3-5 1-3 0-0 6 0 1 0 2 3 7 Aaron Pogue................36 6-13 0-0 1-1 14 1 1 0 2 2 13 Trevon Harmon............36 3-12 0-6 2-2 5 0 1 0 1 2 8 Jeremy Montgomery.....20 1-9 0-5 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 4 2 Norris Cole..................39 6-22 0-8 6-8 2 7 2 0 2 4 18 Charlie Woods.............13 2-3 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 Josh McCoy.................12 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Luda Ndaye...................5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Joe Latas.......................4 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 1 0 1 4 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 23-69 1-25 9-11 37 9 6 1 7 18 56 Halftime: College of Charleston 38, Cleveland State 32. Dead Ball Rebounds: College of Charleston 0, Cleveland State 2. Technicals: None. Officials: Tom O’Neill, John Gaffney & Jeff Anderson. Attendance: 2,077.

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VIKING TRADITION Gary Waters & The Vikings hoist the 2009 horizon league championship trophy after knocking off butler in the title game

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Fenn College goes 5-5 in its first season of intercollegiate basketball. Homer E. Woodling, who also serves as Fenn’s athletic director, is the school’s first head basketball coach. Dec. 6, 1929: Ted Okonski scores seven points as Fenn loses in its first-ever basketball game, 27-18, at Hiram. Dec. 7, 1929: Fenn defeats Wilcox, 50-22, for the first win in school history. Feb. 1930: Fenn defeats Y Commerce, 29-6, to set the school record for fewest points allowed in a game.

1930-31:

Fenn records its first winning season with an 8-6 mark. Jan. 1, 1931: St. Mary’s defeats Fenn, 29-27, in the only New Year’s Day game in school history.

1931-32:

A 7-7 record gives Fenn its third straight nonlosing season. Fenn wins its last four games, the longest win streak to date. Fenn also loses four straight games for the first time.

1932-33:

Fenn has its first losing season with a 4-6 record. Feb. 4, 1933: Ralph Staten ties a record with 17 points in a 40-35 win over Rio Grande.

1933-34:

The 1929-30 Fenn Foxes were the school’s first organized men’s basketball team. Pictured are: Front Row (L-R): Ted Okonski, L. Ulrick, manager F. Haddad, Walter Okonski & J. Glover. Second Row (L-R): George Parmalee, H. Gebler, head coach Homer Woodling, Clifford Sahle & Ed Reps. Back Row (L-R): A. Frush, Virgil Speece & H. Benditz

1934- 35:

Fenn suffers through a record six-game losing streak as part of a 5-12 campaign. Feb. 23, 1935: Fenn tops Hiram, 44-27, in the first battle for the “Woody Brick”. The Woody Brick, which was bought by coach Homer E. Woodling for $1.00 after Hiram’s Administration Building had burned down, would be awarded to the winner of the Fenn-Hiram matchup for the rest of Woodling’s tenure.

The Fenn Foxes set a record for defeats during a 5-11 campaign. Feb. 10, 1934: Fenn goes over the 50-point mark for the first time ever in a 54-19 win over Franklin.

Fenn suffers its fourth straight losing season by going 4-11. Offensive players are no longer permitted to park themselves in the lane as the three-second rule is instituted.

1936- 37:

The Foxes tie the record for victories as they improve to 8-9. Dec. 28, 1936: Fenn defeats Lawrence Tech, 41-37, in the 100th game in school history.

1937- 38:

T he F e n n F o x e s :

Just as Cleveland State University, one of Ohio’s major state-supported universities, traces its beginnings to Fenn College, a small private college noted for its engineering and business schools, so too do the Cleveland State Vikings cagers recognize the ancestry of the Fenn Foxes. With its newly appointed athletics director, Homer E. Woodling, serving as the head coach, Fenn launched a varsity basketball program in 1929 with a 27-18 loss to Hiram, followed by a 50-22 win over Wilcox Business College. With Fenn students obligated by the college’s co-operative education curriculum to alternate quarters between the classroom and on a job related to their course of studies, playing a basketball schedule extending over two quarters created some unique and occasionally insurmountable problems, such as hoping players could find a job within hailing distance of the campus--or at least the city-- and often-times make their own way to games. Nevertheless, the Foxes managed to compile .500 or better records in nine of their 34 seasons (the program was suspended for two years during World War II) and 15 of their players, beginning with charter class member Al Jones, were subsequently deemed worthy of induction into the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame. Included in that group are Dan Avis, Tony Fedor, Ed Hrdlicka, Fred Infield, Dave Jacklitch, George Kappos, Alex Jamieson, Weldon Kytle, Dennis Lenk, Ted Okonski, Dennis Turkall, Jack Shaugnessy, Ralph Staten and Don Yontz. 66 C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y

1935- 36:

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Fenn slips to 6-10. The center jump ball after every basket is eliminated. Dec. 12, 1938: The Foxes defeat Alliance, 44-32, for Homer E. Woodling’s 50th win. Feb. 23, 1938: Ed Hrdlicka sets the school scoring record with a 25-point explosion in a 56-47 win over Slippery Rock.

1938- 39:

The 10th season of basketball sees Fenn post a 3-13 record. Dec. 29, 1938: Despite having three Fenn players foul out, the 0-4 Foxes upset Ohio Wesleyan (5-1), 47-41, as the teams combine for 36 fouls.

1939- 4 0:

The Foxes go 4-11. Dec. 30, 1939: Fenn tops Assumption College from Windsor, Ontario, 39-30, to end a record eight-game losing streak that started the season before.

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Bruce T. Brickley becomes the second head coach in school history but Fenn can manage just a 2-12 record. Dec. 12, 1942: Kent State defeats Fenn, 59-27, in the 200th game in school history.

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Aaron L. Andrews assumes the coaching reins but the Foxes suffer their first-ever winless season, going 0-13. Fenn suspends its basketball program following the season until the fall of 1945 because of World War II.

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Fenn College did not field a men’s basketball team because of World War II.

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Fenn resumes play after a two-year hiatus with George McKinnon as the head coach. The Foxes go 1-8, playing the fewest games in school history. Jan. 12, 1946: Fenn defeats Hiram, 53-35, in the latest season-opener in school history, ending a record 16-game losing streak.

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The Foxes improve to 5-10. March 1, 1947: Fenn squeaks past Hiram, 68-67, setting the school record for points in a game.

1947-48:

Fenn records its first winning season since 193031 and sets a school record for victories with a 10-8 record. Feb. 1948: The Foxes outlast Kent State-Canton, 80-76, to shatter their single-game scoring record.

1948-49:

A 4-14 season sets a school record for defeats. Dec. 9, 1948: Kenyon defeats Fenn, 57-40, in a game called after three quarters because of a power failure. George McKinnon steps down as head coach after compiling a 20-40 record in four seasons.

1949-50:

George Rung takes over the head coaching duties and Fenn goes 9-8. The Foxes set records with five straight wins and seven home wins. Jack Shaughnessy twice sets a record with 33 points in a game. Dan Avis ends his career as Fenn’s top scorer with 706 points.

1950-51:

Fenn compiles a 6-11 mark in the 20th season of basketball. Dec. 9, 1950: The Foxes set a singlegame scoring record as they slip past Western Reserve, 84-83. March 3, 1951: Dave Jacklitch sets records with 41 points and 16 field goals as Fenn defeats Hiram, 80-67, in the 100th win in school history. Jacklitch becomes the career scoring leader with 712 points.

1951-52:

Fenn drops to 4-12 as George Rung steps down as head coach. Dec. 11, 1951: Fenn drops a 59-46 decision to Oberlin in the 300th game in school history. Feb. 29, 1952: Fenn sets the school scoring record in a 94-73 win over Hiram.

1952-53:

Homer Woodling returns for his final season as head coach and Fenn goes 2-15, setting a record for losses in a season. Feb. 21, 1953: The Foxes defeat Steubenville, 54-53, in Woodling’s final game as coach. Woodling leaves with a 65-128 record in 13 seasons.

1953-54 :

George Rung returns as head coach and Fenn again sets a record for losses with a 1-18 record. Jan. 12, 1954: Fenn sees an opponent top the century mark for the first time in a 113-63 loss to Baldwin Wallace. The 41 points scored by Dave Jacklitch against Hiram on March 3, 1951 remain the third-highest single game total in school history.

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1954-55:

The Foxes “improve” to 2-15.

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Homer Woodling, who was hired as Fenn’s first athletic director in 1929, retired from coaching in 1940-41, only to return to coach in 1952-53. He retired in 1966 after 36 years as athletic director.

1955- 56:

Fenn goes 3-15 in the school’s silver anniversary season of basketball. John Harper becomes the school career scoring leader with 873 points.

1956- 57:

For the second straight year, Fenn goes 3-15. Feb. 16, 1957: Fenn defeats Edinboro, 81-68, in the school’s 400th game.

1957- 58:

George Rung steps down as head coach with a 34-107 record in eight seasons. Fenn improves to 6-13.

1958- 59:

Bill Gallagher is head coach for one season as Fenn goes 7-12. Dec. 6, 1958: Gallagher wins his first game as head coach, a 45-42 victory in four overtimes over Kenyon, the longest game in school history.

1959- 60:

Fenn suffers its worst season ever as the team goes 0-19 in Jim Rodriguez’s first season as head coach.

1960- 61:

The Foxes improve to 4-15 as Fenn marked its 30th season of basketball. Feb. 25, 1961: Ernie Kremling grabs a record 25 rebounds against Allegheny.

1961- 62:

Weldon Kytle, the greatest player in Fenn history, helps Fenn improve its record to 6-13. Kytle sets records with 363 points and 287 rebounds as a freshman to become the first player in school history with 300+ points and 200+ rebounds in a single season. C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y 67


2011-12 Vikings We ld on Ky t le (1962- 65) The greatest player in Fenn College basketball history, Weldon Kytle closed out his collegiate career in 1964-65 by earning his third straight Athletic Alumni Association Most Valuable Player Award. In his three seasons, Kytle set school career records for points (1,408), scoring average (18.8), rebounds (1,241) and rebounding average (16.5) and almost 40 years later, he still holds the school standard for rebounds and rebounding average. He was inducted into the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1976.

CSU’s Most Outstanding Player for a second time. McLendon leaves CSU with a record of 27-42 in three seasons to become head coach of the Denver team in the ABA.

1969- 70:

Ray Dieringer becomes the ninth head coach in school history. The Vikings set a record for losses in a 5-21 season. Dec. 30, 1969: CSU defeats Federal City, 81-74, for the 200th win in school history. Feb. 11, 1970: The Vikings score a record 117 points in a win over Walsh.

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Fenn goes 9-9, the first non-losing season in 13 years. Dec. 15, 1962: Fenn defeats Detroit Tech, 64-56, in the school’s 500th game. Feb. 23, 1963: Kytle pulls down a record 27 rebounds as Fenn tops Fredonia, 61-49. Kytle receives the first Athletic Alumni Association Most Outstanding Player award.

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CSU goes 7-15. Jan. 17, 1968: The Vikes lose to Detroit, 85-81, in the 600th game in school history.

1968- 69:

The Vikings win a record 12 games, going 12-14 in John McLendon’s final season as coach. Mike Campbell becomes the third player to be named

1973- 74 :

The Vikings slip to 6-20. Jan. 19, 1974: Wilbur Starks scores 37 points on a record 18 field goals against Ball State. Pat Lyons becomes CSU’s first Academic All-America pick, which is awarded by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Fenn once again goes 10-9 in the final season of basketball as Fenn College. In 34 years, Fenn teams compiled a 167-386 record. March 6, 1965: Fenn goes out on a winning note with a win over Carnegie Tech. Kytle is named Most Outstanding Player for the third straight year.

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John McLendon takes over as head coach and becomes the first African-American to coach at an integrated college in the country. McLendon guides CSU to an 8-13 mark. Jan. 11, 1967: The Vikes top Walsh, 24-22, to give McLendon his 500th career victory. Dennis Lenk becomes the second player in school history to score 1,000 points, finishing with 1,032. 68 C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y

The Vikings improve to 8-18. Dec. 11, 1971: Toledo tops CSU in the school’s 700th game. CSU compiles a 9-14 record. Dec. 29, 1972: Gale Drummer blocks a record seven shots in CSU’s 7673 triple overtime win over Wichita State.

1964-65:

The Fenn College Foxes become the Cleveland State University Vikings. CSU goes 4-14 in its inaugural season. Jim Rodriguez steps down as head coach, owning a 43-88 record in seven years.

1971- 72:

1972- 73:

The Foxes go 10-9, their first winning season since 1949-50. Dec. 10, 1963: Fenn passes the century mark in a 112-72 win vs. Walsh. Feb. 13, 1964: Weldon Kytle sets a record with 30 rebounds in a win over Malone. Kytle, who becomes the first player to score 1,000 career points, repeats as the team’s Most Outstanding Player and is named Fenn’s Athlete-of-the-Year.

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CSU celebrates the 40th season of basketball. Thirty-year old LaMoyne Porter, who served eight years in the Air Force before coming to CSU, scores 180 points and grabs 104 rebounds as the oldest player to ever play basketball in school history.

1974 - 75:

In 1970-71, 30-year old LaMoyne Porter (54) became the oldest player to suit up for the Vikings.

The Vikes win a record 13 games in a 13-11 campaign. Gale Drummer becomes the third player in school history to score 1,000 points, finishing with 1,039 points. Drummer is named the team’s Most Outstanding Player as well as CSU’s Athleteof-the-Year. Homer Woodling and Al Jones (‘37) are members of the first class inducted into the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame.

J im Ro drigu ez (1959- 94 ) An athletic administrator and coach at Fenn College and Cleveland State for 35 years, Jim Rodriguez served as men’s basketball coach for seven years (1959-66). He coached baseball from 1959-72 before moving into the athletic administration in 1972 as assistant athletic director, a position he held for 22 years until retiring in 1994. He was inducted in the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995.

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The Vikings go 14-1 at home and win a record 17 games in a 17-9 season. Jan. 31, 1980: CSU defeats Xavier, 85-75, for the 300th win in school history. Franklin Edwards and Andre Battle both surpass the 1,000 point mark, the only time in school history that two players have accomplished it in the same season. Edwards becomes CSU’s career scoring leader with 1,571 points. Edwards sets records with 637 points (25.5 ppg) and is named All-American, CSU’s Athlete of the Year and Most Outstanding Player. The CSU Hall of Fame inducts Dan Avis (‘51), Ted Okonski (‘34) and Don Yontz (‘60).

By the time he finished playing, Franklin Edwards had rewritten the CSU record book. The 6-1 guard from New York, N.Y., held 23 career, season and single-game records when he finished his collegiate career. Today, he still holds 11 of them. Edwards led CSU in scoring in each of his four years and was the first Viking to score 2,000 career points. His 21.9 average tops the CSU list while his 2,235 points are second all-time. He averaged a school record 25.5 ppg in 1979-80. In his senior year of 1980-81, he averaged 24.6 ppg which included a school record 49 points against Xavier. Edwards also set the school record with 265 field goals and a .882 free throw percentage. He finished his career by scoring in double-figures in a school record 68 straight games. He is second all-time with 459 assists and fifth with 204 steals. Edwards, CSU’s first two-time All-American, was named CSU’s Most Outstanding Player three times and the school’s Athlete-of-the-Year twice. He was the #1 pick of the Philadelphia 76ers in 1981 and played in the NBA for eight years. CSU’s color analyst for television, Edwards currently resides in Sacramento, Calif., and is employed by the NBA.

1975-76:

CSU goes 6-19. Jan. 7, 1975: Wright State defeats CSU in the 800th game in school history. Dave Kyle becomes the school’s first All-American after averaging 24.5 points a game. Kyle is also named CSU’s Most Outstanding Player and Athlete-ofthe-Year. Former Fenn stars Dave Jacklitch (‘51) and Weldon Kytle (‘66) are inducted into the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame.

1980- 81:

Player award. Darren Tillis blocks a record 51 shots. Jack Shaughnessy (‘50) is inducted into the CSU Hall of Fame.

1981- 82:

The Vikings go 12-0 at home en route to a 17-10 season. Darren Tillis earns All-America accolades after grabbing a record 348 rebounds. Tillis ends

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1976-77:

The Vikings improve to 10-17. Dave Kyle becomes the fourth player in school history to pass the 1,000-point mark, repeating as the team’s Most Outstanding Player. Kyle ends his career with a record .544 FG%, second with 1,168 points and third with 726 rebounds. Fenn standout Ed Hrdlicka (‘38) is inducted into the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame.

1977-78:

Franklin Edwards scores a freshman record 467 points as the Vikings finish with a 12-13 record. Former Fenn stars George Kappos (‘53) and Dennis Turkall (‘65) are inducted into the CSU Hall of Fame.

1978-79:

The Vikings set a school record for wins with a 15-10 record. Franklin Edwards ties his record with 467 points and wins the Most Outstanding 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

CSU goes 18-9, breaking its record for wins in the golden anniversary season of basketball. Jan. 29, 1981: CSU falls to Marquette in front of a record 7,441 fans at Public Hall. Franklin Edwards passes the 2,000-point mark en route to earning All-America honors and his third straight Most Outstanding Player award. Edwards becomes the first basketball player to be named CSU’s Athlete of the Year twice. Edwards ends his career with 2,235 points and becomes the first player to have his number retired (14). Alex Jamieson (‘37) William Pugh (‘41) and Leo Johnson (‘71) are inducted into the CSU Hall of Fame.

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On Feb. 8, 1983, Lee Reed, then a Viking guard, fired a long jumper at the final buzzer to lift the Vikings to an 83-82 victory over arch-rival Akron. You can look it up. Just ignore the headlines which appeared in papers around the country two days later reading “Cleveland State Beats Akron, 82-82.” Seems the official scorer had inadvertently credited CSU for a missed free throw in the first half but Akron coach Bob Rupert had stormed to the scorers table at halftime and again at the end of the game to grab his scorebook on his way to the locker room. An Akron reporter had questioned the scoreboard shortly after the phantom free throw was scored, but the totals in the official scorebook jibed and the Akron scorekeeper never had an opportunity to total his book. So when the referee asked the perfunctory “does everything check out?” both scorekeepers nodded, the official book was signed and the game officially ended. Only the next day when the play-by-play was closely rechecked did the mistake surface and another coaching lesson was learned the hard way. C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y 69


2011-12 Vikings 1985- 86 C lev ela nd St at e Viking s NCAA Sweet 16 From L-R: Hersey Strong, Pat Vuyancih, Tyrone Kingwood, Clinton Smith, Vince Richards, Eric Mudd, Elgin Womack, Shawn Hood, Bob Crawford, Eddie Brant, Warren Bradley, Ray Salters, Paul Stewart, Clinton Ransey, Steve Corbin, Marty Sweeney, Ken McFadden, Manager Dan Garven.

his career with a record 197 blocked shots and is second in both scoring (1,423) and rebounding (1,045). Dennis Lenk is inducted into the CSU Hall of Fame.

1982-83:

CSU drops to 8-20 in Ray Dieringer’s final season. The Vikes post a 1-4 league mark in the Association of Mid-Continent Universities (AMCU), their first-ever season in a conference. Dec. 4, 1982: Jim Les plays a record 56 minutes in a 91-89 four overtime loss to Kent State. Dave Youdath, who leads CSU in scoring (466) and rebounding (231), is named CSU’s Most Outstanding Player and becomes the first CSU player chosen to an AllConference team (2nd Team All-AMCU). Dieringer departs with a 149-311 record in 14 seasons at the Viking helm.

1983- 84 :

The “Run & Stun” era begins as Kevin Mackey leads CSU to a 14-16 record in his first season as coach. Nov. 26, 1983: CSU drops an overtime decision to Eastern Michigan in Mackey’s first game, the 1,000th in school history. Dave Youdath ends his career ranking fourth with 1,306 points. 1984-85: The Vikings win 20 games for the first time, capturing the first conference championship in school history with a 21-8 overall and an 11-3 AMCU mark. March 2, 1985: The Vikings top Valparaiso, 105-87, in front of a Woodling Gym record crowd of 3,429 for their 20th win of the season. Clinton Ransey and Clinton Smith are honorable mention All-America picks and share the team’s Most Outstanding Player award. Mackey is named the

AMCU-8 Coach-of-the-Year and Smith the AMCU’s Newcomer-of-the-Year. Ralph Staten (‘35) is inducted into the CSU Hall of Fame.

1985- 86:

The most memorable season in school history as the Vikings go 29-4, including a record 15-0 at home, and advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. CSU wins the AMCU’s regular-season title with a 13-1 record and goes on to claim the AMCU tournament title as well. Nov. 30, 1985: CSU sets a school scoring mark in a 118-66 win over Central Connecticut State. Jan. 27, 1986: The Vikings defeat Kent State, 75-55, for the 400th win in school history. Feb. 22, 1986: CSU routs Southwest Missouri State, 94-67, in front of a then-Woodling Gym record crowd of 3,599 to claim the AMCU-8 regular season crown. Feb. 24,

Th e A na tom y O f A Wi n S t r e a k : For 54 days in the Spring of 1986, the CSU men’s basketball team captured the attention of not only the sports fans in Cleveland, but across the country as well. The school-record 14-game win streak that culminated in an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance is unquestionably the most memorable run in program history. Here is a game-bygame look at the win streak: Date Jan. 27 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 22 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 March 6 March 7 March 8 March 14 March 16 March 21

Opponent at Kent State Valparaiso UW-Green Bay Illinois-Chicago at Northern Iowa at Western Illinois Southwest Missouri State Eastern Illinois at Valparaiso vs. Northern Iowa vs. Illinois-Chicago vs. Eastern Illinois vs. Indiana vs. St. Joseph’s vs. Navy

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Game Note CSU shoots .739 (17-23) from the field in the first half to pull away and start the win streak. Ransey (6 points) and Mudd (5) ignite an 11-0 run to open the game and CSU never looks back. The Vikings break the school record with their ninth 100-point game of the year. Mudd (24 points, 15 rebounds) and Smith (23/12) each post double-doubles. CSU claims its 20th win, giving it back-to-back 20-win campaigns for the first time in program history. Mudd grabs eight rebounds to become the ninth Viking to grab over 500 career rebounds. The Vikings cruise to a school-record 22nd win of the year. CSU trails 8-3 in the first half, the largest deficit of the streak. Woodling attendance record falls. Clinton Smith scores 25 points. The Vikings end the regular season with a 24-3 mark CSU opens the AMCU-8 Tourney by shooting .600 from the field (30-50). The Vikings go over the 100-point mark for the 11th time, including all three games against UIC. McFadden leads CSU to the AMCU-8 Tourney title with 13 points in the closest win in the streak. CSU outlasts the 14th-ranked Hoosiers as Smith goes over the 500-point mark for the season. St. Joseph’s leads, 28-26, with 15 minutes left, the only second half CSU deficit during the streak. Clinton Smith’s 25-footer at the buzzer is off the mark as the season ends in the NCAA Sweet 16. www.csuvikings.com

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2011-12 Vikings 1986: The Woodling Gym attendance record falls for the second time in three days as 3,688 fans see the Vikings edge Eastern Illinois, 76-68. March 8, 1986: Cleveland State receives its first-ever NCAA Tournament invitation, garnering an at-large bid as the No. 14 seed in the east regional. March 14, 1986: Clinton Ransey scored 27 points as CSU upends Indiana, 83-79, in the first-round of the NCAA Tournament. March 16, 1986: Ken McFadden scores 23 points, Clinton Smith adds 17 and Ransey 16 as the Vikings dismiss St. Joseph’s, 75-69, to advance CSU to the Sweet 16. March 20, 1986: CSU’s “Magic Carpet Ride”ends as Navy defeats the Vikings, 71-70, in the NCAA’s East Regional semifinals at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey; Ken McFadden is named to the East Regional all-tournament team. All-American Clinton Ransey moves into second in career scoring with 1,415 points. Ken McFadden and Clinton Ransey each earn All-America honors, McFadden being tabbed for the Basketball Weekly fifth team while Ransey earned honorable mention accolades from the Associated Press. Mackey repeats as the AMCU’s Coach-of-the-Year. Ransey and Smith are first team all-AMCU 8 picks while Eric Mudd and Ken McFadden are second team selections. Clinton Smith is tabbed as the Varsity “C” Club Player of the Year.

1986-87:

The Vikings top the 20-win mark again, finishing with a 25-8 overall record and appear in the NIT for the first time. April 30, 1986: Popular sophomore Paul Stewart dies of a heart attack during a pickup game in Woodling Gym. Dec. 1, 1986: CSU sets

records for points and margin of victory (74) in a 135-61 romp over Clarion. Dec. 28, 1986: The Vikes set a CSU and then-NCAA record with 29 steals as they defeat Canisius, 82-61. March 12, 1987: CSU runs past UT-Chattanooga, 92-73, in the first-round of the NIT. Only a sophomore, Ken

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It was only an exhibition game and the score is not even listed in the CSU record books, but the international contest between CSU and a traveling Yugoslavian team at Woodling Gym on Nov. 18,1988, provided a textbook lesson on how to destroy international goodwill. The visitors were held up getting through customs at the airport and arrived late, there was a problem in hanging up the Yugoslavian flag, some of the visitors’ uniforms were lost so the numbers in the program were wrong and the p.a. announcer with little time for preparation had a battle with the pronunciation of names. Then the game began. The first half was fairly competitive, but fouls had begun to pile up on the Yugos, playing under less than familiar rules. With 11 minutes in the game, the nine-man visiting team was down to five worn-out players trying to keep up with the fatigue-inducing run-and-stun CSU game. The whistles kept blowing and with less than four minutes left it was 5 v 2. And then another whistle. Even though there was 3:07 left, the game was over. The remaining eligible player had no one left to inbound the ball to. Enjoy your stay in Cleveland fellas. 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

Front Row (L-R): Shawn Hood, Clinton Ransey, Eric Mudd, Elgin Womack, Pay Vuyancih, Ray Salters & Eddie Bryant. Back Row (L-R): Anthony Gay, Hersey Strong, Greg Lockhart, Darwyn Ingram, Warren Bradley, Ken McFadden, Kenny Robertson, head coach Kevin Mackey.

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Front Row (L-R): Herb Dixon, Kenny Robertson, Ken McFadden, Eric Mudd, William Tomlin & Desmond Porter. Back Row (L-R): Hersey Strong, Warren Bradley, Darwyn Ingram, Ray Foster, Mike Raby & William Stanley. www.csuvikings.com

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2011-12 Vikings McFadden passes the 1,000-point mark, ending the year with 1,161 points. Clinton Ransey closes his career with 1,946 points. Ransey and Eddie Bryant set a CSU record by playing in 125 career games. McFadden earns All-America honors. McFadden and Ransey are named first team All-AMCU and share the CSU Most Outstanding Player award.

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The Vikings return to the NIT with a 22-8 record, tying a record by going 15-0 at home. Jan. 18, 1988: Kevin Mackey becomes the second coach in CSU history to win 100 games as CSU defeats Eastern Illinois, 95-84. March 18, 1988: CSU tops Illinois State, 89-83, in overtime in the first-round of the NIT to avenge an NIT loss from the year before. Ken McFadden earns honorable mention All-America kudos while also being tabbed the AMCU Player-of-the-Year. Eric Mudd earns first team all-league honors, ending his career with 1,402 points.

Ken “Mouse” McFadden (1985-89) Known as the “Mouse,” Ken McFadden played on some of CSU’s most successful teams, including the 1985-86 team that won a school record 29 games and reached the NCAA Sweet 16. The 6-1 guard from New York, N.Y., is CSU’s all-time leading scorer with 2,256 points and led the team in scoring three times. He is second all-time with a 19.3 scoring average. He is the only Viking to average 20.0 ppg three times. His 708 points in 1986-87 is the season record and included a career- high effort of 41 points versus UIC. McFadden also is one of CSU’s top foul shooters, holding the career mark for free throw attempts (761) and free throws made (597) as well as both season records with 233 attempts in 1987-88 and 177 free throws made in both 1986-87 and ‘87-88. His ‘86-87 effort included a school record 27 straight. He also holds the all-time (463), season (177) and game (16) assist records. His 245 steals rank him second all-time. McFadden was named CSU’s Most Outstanding Player three times, only the second player so honored, and is CSU’s only four-time AllAmerican. After playing overseas for several years, McFadden returned to Cleveland. He currently resides in nearby Euclid.

1988- 89:

CSU is placed on probation for two years by the NCAA for recruiting violations. The Vikings battle through a tough season to finish 16-12 overall. Dec. 3, 1988: Kenny Robertson has a record 12 steals vs. Wagner. Feb. 4, 1989: Ken McFadden becomes the second CSU player to score 2,000 career points, ending his career as CSU’s top scorer with 2,256 points. McFadden receives AllAmerica honors for the third straight year while also garnering first team all-league and CSU

Most Outstanding Player honors. March 6, 1989: McFadden has his number retired before his final home game.

1989- 90:

The Vikings finish 15-13 in Kevin Mackey’s final season as head coach. The AMCU becomes the Mid-Continent Conference. March 1, 1990: CSU defeats UIC, 91-79, in Mackey’s final game as coach. He ends his seven-year reign as CSU coach with a 142-69 record and a school-record .673

1988-89 Vikings. . . LPL Champions

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With six seconds left in his college career, Kenny Robertson, a 6-0 guard from Barberton, Ohio who many felt was the best pure athlete ever to pull on a Viking uniform, raced down court, uncorked a remarkable dive to intercept a UIC pass, dribbled once and stopped with a huge smile on his face as the Woodling Gym crowd erupted into a roaring ovation. In almost unbelievable fashion, “Kenny Rob” had established a new NCAA career records for steals (341), the first, and to date the only, national record set by a CSU cager. A season earlier, in 1988-89, Robertson had given a hint of things of come by leading the NCAA in steals with a 4.0 per game average, well ahead of runner-up Mookie Blaylock’s 3.7 for Oklahoma. The single season title was also a CSU first. 72 C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y

When an NCAA probation led to a temporary ban from being eligible for the AMCU basketball title in 1988-89, head coach Kevin Mackey elected to get a little creative to find a way to motivate the Vikings. Despite the ban, the Vikings were permitted to play all the games on their Mid-Con schedule as “independent” games. With not even a regular season conference title to play for and the nucleus of a 22-8 team returning and in need of some incentive, the resourceful Mackey proposed pitting his Vikes against the other MidContinent schools by counting the results of CSU’s games with its old conference mates and publicly incorporating them into the standings of their very own league, the LPL (short for the Let’s Pretend League.) The Vikes, to the unappreciative frowns of some league members, won the title with an 11-3 record, edging out arch rival Southwest Missouri State (10-4). Before the opening game of the 1989-1990 season the returning members of the “championship” team were introduced to the strains of “You Gotta Have Heart,” and the specially designed 1988-89 “LPL” championship pennant was unfurled from the Woodling Gym rafters, hanging sideby-side with league championship banners from the 1984-85 and 1985-86 seasons. Mid-Continent officials, showing a complete lack of humor, quickly demanded the banner be taken down and CSU administrators complied. But it remains a vivid memory to the 1988-89 team and its fans. Although you can no longer look up at it, you can look it up. www.csuvikings.com

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Pat Lyons, who made the first basket in the first game in Woodling Gym, came back to make a ceremonial last shot following CSU’s 71-65 win over Eastern Illinois on Feb. 17, 1991, the final men’s basketball game played in the gym before moving into the Wolstein Center.

After almost a decade of planning and construction, the Wolstein Center opened in time for the start of the 1991-92 season. The Wolstein Center is pictured above at the time of its opening (note that Progressive Field is conspicuously missing from the current background). The first event came on Nov. 3, 1991 when a Randy Travis Concert was held (right).

winning percentage. Kenny Robertson ends his career with an NCAA, league and school record 341 steals.

1990-91:

Mike Boyd is named the 11th head coach in school history. CSU goes 12-16 overall and 8-8 in the Mid-Con. Jan. 19, 1991: The Vikings beat Eastern Illinois, 58-56, for the 500th win in school history. Feb. 18, 1991: CSU tops Eastern Illinois, 71-65, in the final game at Woodling Gym, closing out Woodling with a 130-24 (.844) record in 18 seasons.

1991-92:

The Vikes move into the 13,610-seat Convocation Center. CSU improves to a 16-12 overall mark and 7-9 in the Mid-Con. Dec. 7, 1991: A record home crowd of 13,055 watches the Vikes take on the Michigan Wolverines in the opener at the Convo.

1992-93:

CSU tops the 20 win mark for the first time since 1987-88, going 22-6 overall and a record 15-1 in the Mid-Con to capture its first regular-season 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

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2011-12 Vikings championship since 1985-86. The Vikes run off a record-tying 14 straight wins. Feb. 20, 1993: Anthony Reed becomes the 12th Viking to pass the 1,000-point mark as CSU outlasts Valparaiso, 85-81. Mike Boyd is named the Mid-Con’s Coach of the Year. Sam Mitchell earns All-America honors from the Basketball Times after leading the team in scoring.

1993-94:

CSU slips to 14-15 overall and finishes fourth in the Mid-Con with a 9-9 mark, their 12th and final season in the league. Dec. 10, 1993: The Vikings lose to Cincinnati in the 1,300th game in school history.

1994-95:

The Vikings finish 10-17 overall and 3-13 in their first year in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference. Dec. 17, 1994: CSU tops Ohio State, 77-75, in the Rock-N-Roll Shootout at Gund Arena to gain their first-ever win over the Buckeyes. Former Viking head coach Jim Rodriguez is inducted into the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame.

1995-96:

The 65th season of intercollegiate basketball at the school sees the Vikes suffer their worst season since 1969-70 by going 5-21, tying a school record for losses. The season is also the final one for head coach for Mike Boyd. Nov. 25, 1995: Elwyn McRoy

hits a three-pointer at the buzzer as CSU tops Iona 65-62, in the 800th game at CSU.

1996- 97:

Rollie Massimino becomes the 12th head coach in school history. The Vikings improve to 9-19 overall and tie for sixth in the MCC with a 6-10 mark. Feb. 8, 1997: Malcolm Sims hits a three-pointer at the buzzer as the Vikings defeat Milwaukee, 56-54, in the 1,400th game in school history.

1997- 98:

The Vikings continue to improve, going 12-15 overall and 6-8 in the MCC. CSU’s 9-4 home record is the second best in Convo history.

1998- 99:

CSU takes another step, finishing 14-14 overall, including a 9-5 mark at home. Nov. 18, 1998: James Madison explodes for a Convocation Center record 33 points in a loss to Providence. Dec. 27, 1998: Theo Dixon buries an 18-foot jumper as time expires to lift the Vikes over Rhode Island 73-72 in the Gatorade Rock-N-Roll Shootout at Gund Arena, earning him the Compaq “Play of the Week.”

1999- 2000:

Theo Dixon hit an 18-foot jumper at the buzzer to lead Cleveland State to a 73-72 win over Rhode Island in the Gatorade Rock-N-Roll Shootout at Gund Arena on Dec. 28, 1998. The shot earned him the Compaq “Play of the Week”.

The Vikings post a 16-14 mark, the program’s first winning season since 1992-93. Senior Damon Stringer is named the MCC Newcomer of the Year and first-team All-MCC.

Men’s basketball alumni, including most of the 1985-86 NCAA Sweet 16 team, returned to CSU in February, 2006 to celebrate the 75th season of basketball at Cleveland State and Fenn College. 74 C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y

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2011-12 Vikings 2006- 07:

Gary Waters debuts as head coach and leads team to a 10-21 record. J’Nathan Bullock is the 13th player to lead the team in scoring (13.5 ppg) in consecutive years. Nov. 1, 2006: CSU announces television partnership with SportsTime Ohio, resulting in five men’s basketball games and a weekly half-hour coach’s show being broadcast.

2007- 08:

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Front Row (L-R): Manager Erik Whetstone, Joe Davis, Nick Weaver, D’Aundray Brown, Daitwan Eppinger, head coach Gary Waters, Cedric Jackson, Breyohn Watson, Norris Cole, Eric Schiele & manager Dave Amata. Back Row (L-R): Assistant coach Jermaine Kimbrough, assistant coach Larry DeSimpelare, manager Pat Meade, head athletic trainer Eddie Benion, Cory Neale, Renard Fields, Joe Latas, Chris Moore, George Tandy, Kevin Francis, J’Nathan Bullock, associate head coach Jayson Gee, graduate manager Kevin Sapara, strength coach Derek Millender & director of basketball operations Bill Buck.

2000-01:

CSU goes 19-13 but narrowly misses out on a postseason bid. The 11-2 home mark equals the 1992-93 team for the most wins ever in the Convocation Center. Jan. 17, 2001: The Vikings hold Milwaukee to a Goodman Arena scoring record low in a 57-34 win. Theo Dixon is named MCC Player of the Week three times and caps off the season with first team all-league honors. Dixon becomes the 14th 1,000 point scorer in school history as he wraps up the year with 1,161 career points.

2001-02:

CSU slips to 12-16. Senior Theo Dixon closes out his career ranked fifth in scoring with 1,572 points. Senior Jamaal Harris becomes the 15th player in school history to top 1,000 points for his career, finishing with 1,297 points. Tahric Gosley leads the league in blocked shots for the second year in a row.

2002-03:

The Vikings drop 13 of their last 14 games and finish with an 8-22 record. Rollie Massimino steps down as CSU basketball coach. April 17, 2003: Mike Garland is named head coach.

2003-04:

Mike Garland debuts as head coach but injuries and a thin roster cause the Vikings to struggle. Omari Westley is named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer team after leading the league in rebounding. Nov. 29, 2003: 11,534 fans see CSU nearly topple 10th-ranked North Carolina. 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

2004-05:

The Vikings open the year with three straight wins for the first time since 1985-86. Omari Westley leads the Horizon League in rebounding for the second straight year and Walt Chavis leads the league in steals. Raheem Moss sets a school record for three-point field goals per game (2.6). Westley is named to the All-Horizon League second team with Moss being on the five-player all-newcomer team and Chavis on the all-defensive team. Jan. 21, 2005: The CSU Board of Trustees formally change the name of the CSU Convocation Center to the Bert L. and Iris S. Wolstein Center.

2005-06:

Cleveland State wins four straight league games for the first time since 2000-01 but a 1-7 home record in league play relegates the Vikings to an eighth place finish. J’Nathan Bullock becomes the fifth Viking freshman to lead the team in scoring (11.3 ppg). Nov. 26, 2005: CSU plays the first game in Woodling Gym in 14 seasons, routing Rochester College, 76-43. March 31, 2006: Mike Garland is removed as head coach. April 16, 2006: Gary Waters is named the 14th head coach in program history. June 8, 2006: CSU announces formation of CSU McLendon Scholarship Series with the Vikings slated to host Ohio State at Quicken Loans Arena on Dec. 18, 2007 in the first game of the series.

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Cleveland State tops the 20-win mark for just the sixth time in program history and first since 199293, appearing in postseason play for just the fourth time in school history and first since 1987-88. The Vikings finish second in the Horizon League regular season with a program record 12 wins. Dec. 18, 2007: CSU hosts Ohio State at Quicken Loans Arena in the inaugural McLendon Scholarship Series game. Jan. 12: Kevin Francis hits a three-pointer with 11 seconds left giving CSU a 65-63 win at Wright State. Jan. 17, 2008: CSU tops 12th-ranked Butler, 56-52, just the second time in 26 tries that the Vikings have knocked off a ranked opponent. Jan. 19, 2008: J’Nathan Bullock scores 17 points in a win over Valparaiso, becoming the 17th player in school history to reach the 1,000 point mark. Feb. 11, 2008: J’Nathan Bullock scores a CSU Wolstein Center record 39 points in a win over Green Bay. Feb. 20, 2008: Cedric Jackson just misses the first triple-double in school history, finishing with 18 points, nine rebounds and nine assists in a victory over Milwaukee. March 8, 2008: The Vikings defeat Valparaiso in the Horizon League semi-finals to advance to the Horizon League Championship for the first time in 14 years as a member of the league. March 11, 2008: Playing in the Horizon League Championship for the first time in school history, CSU falls at Bulter. March 19, 2008: The Vikings return to postseason play for the first time in 21 years, falling at Dayton in the first round of the NIT. Bullock becomes just the third player in school history to lead the team in scoring in each of his first three seasons, earning first team All-Horizon League honors. Cedric Jackson sets a school-record with 88 steals and is named to the All-Horizon League second team, as well as the league all-defensive and all-newcomer teams. Gary Waters is voted the Horizon League Coach of the Year in just his second season at the helm.

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2011-12 Vikings 2008-09:

Cleveland State returns to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 23 seasons, advancing to the second round of the tourney after routing Wake Forest in the opening round. CSU finishes the year with a 26-11 record, posting the second-highest win total in school history. The Vikings, the No. 3 seed in the Horizon League Tournament, earn the Horizon League’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament after becoming the first team in league history to win four games to claim the tournament title. CSU dispatches Detroit, UIC, Green Bay and Butler to win its first Horizon League Tournament crown and its second league tournament championship ever. CSU wins 20 games for the seventh time in school history and in consecutive seasons for the first time in 22 years. The Vikings go 3-1 against ranked opponents. J’Nathan Bullock earns first team allleague honors for the second straight year after becoming just the third player in program history to lead the team in scoring four times. Cedric Jackson is named to the All-Horizon League second team for the second straight year and becomes the first Viking to earn Horizon League Defensive Player of the Year kudos. Jackson also becomes the fifth player in league history to lead the loop in both assists (5.4) and steals (3.0). Aug. 14-24, 2008: Vikings make hoops tour to Spain, going 3-1 in games played in Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona.

Dec. 15, 2008: Cedric Jackson connects on a 60foot shot as time expired to give CSU a 72-69 win over 11th-ranked Syracuse. Dec. 27, 2008: CSU defeats Notre Dame College to become the first team in school history to win 10 games before the new year. Feb. 18, 2009: J’Nathan Bullock grabs seven rebounds vs. Youngstown State to become the first Viking to score 1,500 points with 750 rebounds in a career. March 3, 2009: CSU defeats Detroit, 56-43, to end the year with a Wolstein Center record 13 wins (13-2 overall). March 10, 2009: In his 100th game as CSU head coach, Gary Waters leads the Vikings past 17th-ranked Butler, 57-54, in the Horizon League Championship game in Indianapolis. March 20, 2009: The Vikings score the first nine points and are never seriously threatened, defeating 12th-ranked Wake Forest, 84-69, in the first round of the NCAA Championship. March 22, 2009: Cedric Jackson makes five steals vs. Arizona to finish the year with a nation best 112 total steals.

Cedric Jackson prepares to launch the 60-foot shot that defeated 11th ranked Syracuse as time expired in 2008-09.

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NCAA Second Round Front Row (L-R): Strength & conditioning coach Derek Millender, Eric Schiele, Norris Cole, D’Aundray Brown, Renard Fields, Cedric Jackson, head coach Gary Waters, J’Nathan Bullock, Chris Moore, George Tandy, Joe Latas, Daitwan Eppinger, life skills specialist Lisa Hehman. Back Row (L-R): manager Brandon Moultrie, manager Zach Zigler, graduate manager Kevin Sapara, assistant coach Larry DeSimpelare, associate head coach Jayson Gee, Josh McCoy, Tim Kamczyc, Ethan Anderson, Aaron Pogue, Charlie Woods, Jeremy Montgomery, Trevon Harmon, assistant coach Jermaine Kimbrough, director of basketball operations Bill Buck, head athletic trainer Eddie Benion, graduate manager Bobby Bossman, manager Javier Collins, manager Mike White. 76 C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y

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2011-12 Vikings 2009-10:

The loss of four starters off the NCAA squad and a demanding schedule leads to the Vikings to a 16-17 season. CSU plays eight games against NCAA Tournament teams, going 1-8, facing five members of the Sweet 16, four of the Elite Eight and two from the Final Four. Norris Cole earns first team all-league honors after also being named to the preseason team. D’Aundray Brown is named to the all-defensive squad. Nov. 19, 2009: Norris Cole scores 38 points in win over Florida A&M, the second-highest individual total in Wolstein Center history. Nov. 24-25, 2009: CSU plays Kentucky and Virginia at the Cancun Challenge in Cancun, Mexico, marking the first regular season games played outside of the United States in the history of the program. Jan. 24, 2010: Norris Cole scores 22 points in a 73-72 win over Milwaukee to become the 18th player in school history to tally 1,000 points in a career.

2010-11:

The Vikings open the season with a school-record 12 straight wins and finish the year 27-9 overall, claiming the Horizon League regular season title with a 13-5 mark. The 27 wins are tied for the second most in school history. CSU earns an NIT bid and plays to games at home, defeating Vermont in the first round before falling to the College of Charleston in the second round. Norris Cole becomes the first player in Horizon League history to earn Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors in the same season. He is also just the third CSU player selected to the AP All-America team, earning honorable mention

Norris Cole (2007- 11)

He may have just left the program last season, but Norris Cole no doubt left his mark at Cleveland State as one of the greatest players to ever wear the Green and White. Arriving on campus at a relatively unknown 6-2 guard from Dayton, Ohio, Cole quickly become a known quantity in the Wolstein Center and to CSU opponents, finishing his career ranked third on the CSU all-time scoring list with 1,978 points. He left the program ranked in the top-10 of 16 statistical categories, including a school record 140 games played and finishing second with 90 victories in four seasons. Cole helped the Vikings to three postseason berths in his four years. Cole was brought along slowly as a freshman, coming off the bench for all 34 games he played in and averaging 4.9 points per game. His play helped the Vikings earn an NIT bid, CSU’s first postseason appearance since 1988. As a sophomore, Cole started all 37 games, helping the Vikings win the Horizon League title and automatic berth to the NCAA Championship. It was only CSU’s second appearance in the NCAA tournament and Cole didn’t disappoint, averaging 19.5 points in two games, including a 22 point effort in a win over Wake Forest in the first round. Cole improved even more as a junior, earning first team All-Horizon League accolades by ranking third in the Horizon League in scoring (16.3 ppg). As a senior, Cole led the Vikings back to the NIT and became the first player in Horizon League history to earn Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors in the same season. He was the Horizon League Player of the Week five times in 2010-11, tying a league record for most awards in a season.

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Front Row (L-R): Athletic Trainer Chris Lacsamana, Darius Ware, Tim Kamczyc, Anthony Wells, Jeremy Montgomery, Norris Cole, Head Coach Gary Waters, D’Aundray Brown, Trevon Harmon, Josh McCoy, Sebastian Douglas, Keith Mackie & Academic Advisor Joi Irby. Back Row (L-R): Student Manager Mychael White, Graduate Manager Samba Johnson, Director of Basketball Operations Bull Buck, Assistant Coach Larry DeSimpelare, Charlie Woods, Devon Long, Joe Latas, Aaron Pogue, Luda Ndaye, Associate Head Coach Jayson Gee, Assistant Coach Jermaine Kimbrough, Graduate Manager Kevin Bruinsma & Student Manager Javier Collins. 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

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Cole scored a school-record 780 points and his 21.7 points per game was the fifth highest in a single season in CSU history. Cole was the only player in the nation to average 20 points, five rebounds and five assists in 2010-11 and became just the third player in school history to earn A.P. All-America honors with his honorable mention selection. He capped his career be being picked 28th overall in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls. Cole was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves who then traded him to the Miami Heat.

honors. Nov. 14, 2010: CSU rallies from a 16 point second half deficit for a 69-66 win over Kent State to win the World Vision Classic. Nov. 24, 2010: Head coach Gary Waters earns his 250th career win against Akron. Dec. 22, 2010: CSU sets a program record for fewest turnovers in a game, committing just four against South Florida. Dec. 30, 2010: CSU defeats Loyola for its 14th win of the season, the most in program history prior to the new year. Feb. 5, 2011: The Vikings host Butler in front of a sellout crowd of 8,490 fans. Feb. 12, 2011: Norris Cole sets career-highs in points (41) and rebounds (20), just the second 40-20 game in the NCAA over the last 15 years, as CSU sets a Wolstein Center record with its 14th home win of the season. The Vikings finish 17-3 at home. Feb. 20, 2011: Norris Cole scores a Bracket Buster record 35 points, including eight three pointers, at Old Dominion. Feb. 21, 2011: Norris Cole earns his fifth Horizon League Player of the Week award, a league record.

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Cle ve l a n d S t a t e Bas ke tb all Glos s ar y 40-20: In an 86-76 win over Youngstown State on Feb. 12, 2011, Norris Cole put together one of the greatest performances of the 2010-11 college basketball season. He finished with career-highs in points (41) and rebounds (20), just missing a triple-double with nine assists. The 40-point, 20-rebound performance was just the second in Division I men’s basketball in the last 15 years and first in Horizon League history.

the more upscale AMCU-8 in 1984-85, went back to AMCU in 1987-88 after a couple of unkind souls, including Viking head coach Kevin Mackey, suggested publicly that AMCU-8 sounded like a motor oil and in 1990 changed its name to the Mid-Continent Conference, a name it still retains. Cleveland State ended its relationship with the league in 1994-95 to join the Midwestern Collegiate Conference.

All-Americans: CSU Basketball has produced 13 All-Americans, 12 on the court and one in the classroom. Pat Lyons used his head to become the Vikings’ first honoree, as a first team Academic All-American in 1972-73. Dave Kyle became the first to win All-American Ken McFadden, the only status solely for his four-time All-American athletic prowess, doing in CSU history, receives so in 1975-76. In 1981- the basketball he used to 82 Darren Tillis joined score his 1,000th career Kyle as a first-team point. pick. Ken McFadden is the only Viking to earn All-America kudos in all four seasons. The rest of the Viking honorees were all honorable mention selections, led by Franklin Edwards and Sam Mitchell, who were each chosen in multiple seasons. The most recent All-American came in 2010-11 when Norris Cole was named to multiple squads.

Danferd C. Avis: A 1951 graduate of Fenn College, Avis has continued to work tirelessly on behalf of his alma mater. Avis, who at one time held the Fenn career scoring mark and was voted into the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991, has served as president of the Cleveland State Alumni Association and the Athletic Alumni Association and has played leading roles in a plethora of key fund raising activities for the university. He is currently the executive director of the Varsity “C” Club. A drive to raise $250,000 to fully fund a CSU basketball scholarship in his name was completed in the winter of 2004, making it the first endowed scholarship specifically for men’s basketball.

AMCU: Cleveland State ended 53 years of basketball competition as an independent in July, 1983, joining Eastern Illinois, UIC, Northern Iowa, Southwest Missouri State, Valparaiso, Western Illinois and UW-Green Bay to create the Association of MidContinent Universities. Because the league was approved so late in the year, it played a makeshift conference schedule in 1983-84 with some teams playing as many as 13 games and CSU playing the fewest with five. The Vikings played their first league game at Valparaiso on Jan. 4, 1983, winning 52-49. The league changed its name to 78 C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y

Andre Battle: One of 17 Vikings to score 1,000 points in a career, he totalled 1,129 points from 1976-80. He went over the 1,000 point mark against Akron on Jan. 29, 1980, joining teammate Franklin Edwards, who had accomplished the feat earlier in the year. Battle and Edwards are the only men’s tandem to go over the 1,000 point mark in the same season.

BracketBusters: The late February men’s basketball extravaganza created to pit potential NCAA tournament hopefuls has grown to 98 teams for the eighth annual event (Feb. 19-20) CSU is 4-4 in the BracketBusters, losing to Eastern Michigan in 2004 and at Central Michigan in 2005 before upending Delaware in 2006, Cal State Northridge in 2007 and Marist in 2008. CSU lost at Wichita State in 2009, defeated Toledo at home in 2010 and fell at Old Dominion last year. Twelve games will be televised on the various ESPN network channels this year as part of the sponsorship package. J’Nathan Bullock: The Flint, Mich. native made his mark on Viking basketball in a number of ways. He is the only player in school history to score 1,500 points and grab 750 rebounds in a career, finishing with 1,800 points and 816 rebounds, and one of just three players to lead the team in scoring all four years. In addition, holds school career records for games started (124) and consecutive games started (106). Dave Burger: You’ll not find his name on the official list of Cleveland State’s head basketball coaches, but Burger, CSU’s head track coach for over 30 years, was announced as the Vikings’ head cage coach in the spring of 1966 by retiring athletic director Homer E. Woodling. Shortly thereafter, John McLendon became available for the job and Burger graciously ­— and many felt gratefully ­— relinquished his assignment to concentrate on track.

Mike Boyd: CSU’s head coach from 1990-96, he was named the MidContinent Coach of the Year in 1992-93 when CSU won the regular season championship with a 15-1 mark while going 22-6 overall.

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2011-12 Vikings Robert F. Busbey: A world class swimmer who put Fenn College very much in the national collegiate athletic picture in the late ‘40s, Busbey took over as the school’s second director of athletics in 1966 and went on to preside over a still unmatched period of growth for CSU basketball. On his watch, which ended in 1990, construction was begun and completed on the Geodesic Dome which provided the Viking cagers with their first oncampus practice facility, then the PE Building, whose Woodling Gym gave CSU its first home basketball court and finally the Wolstein Center, one of the nation’s finest collegiate basketball arenas. He was instrumental in the formation of CSU’s first basketball conference, the AMCU. The Carrier Dome: The home court of the Syracuse Orange, the Vikings have had uncomparable success under the air-supported dome, winning all three games it has played in the building, two of which came against ranked opponents. The first two games came in the 1986 NCAA Tournament when the Vikings defeated 16th-ranked Indiana in a game that is still remembered as one of the biggest first round upsets in tournament history. Two days later, CSU knocked off St. Joseph’s to earn its only trip to the Sweet 16. The most recent game in the dome came last year when Cedric Jackson tossed in a 60-foot shot at the buzzer to give the Vikings a 72-69 win over 11th-ranked Syracuse. Craig Caldwell: The only CSU player with 100 assists in each of his four seasons, he accomplished it from 1991-95. He was named to the Mid-Continent All-Newcomer team in 1991-92 and earned honorable mention All-America accolades from Basketball Weekly in 1993-94. He ranks third at CSU with 455 career assists and is second with a .814 free throw percentage (240-295). Clarion: The Vikings established school records for most points and scoring margin when they ran past Clarion, 135-66, on Dec. 1, 1986.

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CSU Convocation Center: The original name of the Wolstein Center from its opening on Nov. 1, 1991 until the name change on January 21, 2005. Norris Cole: The Dayton, Ohio native made a lasting impression on the CSU program during her career that spanned from 2007-11. He ranks third in school history with 1,978 career points, capping his career with a CSU single season school-record 780 points as a senior. He concluded his career by becoming the first player in Horizon League history to earn League Player of the year and League Defensive Player of the Year honors in the same season, while his 21.7 scoring average was the fifth best in a season in CSU history. An Honorzble Mention AP All-America pick in 2011, he is the iron man of the program, holding school career records for games played (140) and career minutes played (3,872). Cole was drafted in the first round of the 2011 NBA Draft when the Chicago Bulls used the 28th pick to select him. He was traded to Minnesota before ending draft night as a member of the Miami Heat. Ray Dieringer: He began the longest tenure as the university’s head basketball coach--14 years-with the 1969-70 season, charged with the task of transforming the basketball program from fledgling to fullfledged major college status. Although his won-lost record at CSU was only 149-211, he produced two NBA first-round selections in All-Americans Franklin Edwards and Darren Tillis, a third All-American in Dave Kyle and CSU’s only basketball Academic All-American in Pat Lyons. He also moved the majority of CSU’s home games into the 10,000-seat Cleveland Public Hall and notched victories over such established major college foes as Wichita State, Xavier, Fairleigh-Dickinson, Pitt, VMI, Rutgers, South Carolina and Penn State. Flip The Script: Coined as a team goal prior to the 2007-08 season, the term refers to the Vikings’ desire to take the 10-21 record from the season before and turn it around, making it 21-10 the next year. CSU did just that, becoming just the 16th program in NCAA history to go from losing 20 games in one season to winning 20 in the next. www.csuvikings.com

Florida: The 27th State in the Union, Florida has been very good to the Vikings since Gary Waters took over as head coach. In the last three years, the Vikings are a perfect 6-0 against teams from the Sunshine State, claiming wins over Florida State, Miami and South Florida. Over that same time, CSU has played nine games in the state, going 7-2, including an NCAA first round win over Wake Forest last year. Prior to Waters arrival, CSU was just 4-6 in games played in Florida and 6-6 against teams from Florida. Franklin Edwards: Probably the best player ever to pull on a CSU jersey, he left school in 1981 as the holder of six career, seven season and four single game CSU records and he remains the school record-holder for career scoring average (21.9 ppg) and field goals made (906). His 25.5 and 24.6 scoring averages from his junior and senior seasons, respectively, remain the top two efforts in school annals. He also holds the season marks for field goals made (265) and free throw percentage (134-152, .882) and the single game standard with a 49-point explosion against Xavier in 198081. The 6-1 guard from New York City was the first round pick of the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1981 NBA draft and went on to play eight seasons with them, earning an NBA championship ring in 1982-83. Now living in Sacramento, Calif., he has served as the color analyst for CSU games in recent seasons. Fenn College: The forerunner to Cleveland State, the school was named in honor of Sereno Peck Fenn who was president of the Cleveland YMCA for 25 years. The YMCA’s educational programs evolved into Fenn College. Fenn’s teams were known as the Foxes because an administrator liked The Fenn College Logo the alliteration of the name. The Fenn Tower and the Fenn College of Engineering keep the Fenn name alive at CSU. C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y 79


2011-12 Vikings Fight Song: The origin of the CSU Fight Song dates back to 1980 when Dave Hager, a high school student playing in the Pep Band after his brother dragged him to the game because the band needed additional players, hastily scribbled out the melody on pieces of scrap paper during a game in Woodling Gym. CSU athletic director Robert Busbey didn’t like the song, likening it to a polka. Hagar, who played with the band from 1979 until his retirement early in the 2004-05 season (with a break from 1984-88 due to a stint in the miltary), brought the song back in 1989 as Busbey was retiring and the song has been played ever since. Viking All-American Darren Tillis is responsible for one edit in the song, the Viking Trumpet Call in the middle of the song. As the legend goes, it was added after Tillis repeatedly attempted to duplicate the sound of the call while being interviewed live on a local radio show, prompting Hagar to add the call to the middle of the song. The lyrics are: Oh hail the Green and White and for our colors we shall fight To battle Vikings All We’ll sound the Viking trumpet call! We always will defend The pride of Cleveland faithfully; For Cleveland State we’ll fight on to Victory Henry J. Goodman Arena: The main arena within the Wolstein Center is named for the former president of the CSU Board of Trustees who devoted many long hours to assure the construction of the building. Boasting some of the finest sight lines of any basketball facility in the country, it hosted its first men’s basketball game on Dec. 7, 1991 when the University of Michigan’s highly-touted freshmen ”Fab Five” squeezed by the Vikes, 80-61, before an official crowd of 13,055. In anticipation of the opening event, CSU Coach Mike Boyd, an ex-Wolverine assistant, had cajoled the building’s contractors to slightly re-configure the seating plan to hike the seating capacity for basketball to 13,610, one more than can be seated at U-M’s Crisler Arena.

Dave Hager, who played in the CSU Pep Band from 1979-2005, wrote the school fight song in 1980.

Hagar & Helga: A pair of very familiar characters borrowed from the comic strip Hagar with the permission of its creator, Dik Browne, kept older Viking fans amused and kids delighted with their sideline antics, Hagar for two decades, Helga joining him when the Convo opened. CSU’s Vikings are believed to be the only team granted permission to use Hagar in their promotions, which they did in a variety of ways. Hall of Fame: Inducted in 1979, the late John McLendon, who coached at CSU from 1966-69, is the lone member of the CSU basketball family inducted into the National Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. There are also 25 basketball players and three basketball coaches in CSU’s Varsity “C” Club Athletic Hall of Fame. Fenn head coach Homer E. Woodling and Fenn standout Al Jones were part of the first class of inductees in 1975 while former Viking Mike Sweeney, inducted in 2005, is the most recent to enter the hall. The Heavenly Heave: The 2008-09 meeting with Syracuse appeared to be headed for overtime after Orange center Arinze Onuaku put back a missed shot to tie the game at 69-69 with 2.2 seconds left, the 16th tie of the contest. The inbounds went to Cedric Jackson, who was going to just dribble out the game, but when Syracuse defender Paul Harris stepped back for an instant in order to avoid making any contact, it gave Jackson enough time to launch a two-handed shot from 60-feet. The

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shot, from the right side of the court, sailed true, banking in off the backboard to give CSU the win over the 11th-ranked Orange. Hiram: Fenn lost to Hiram, 27-18, in the school’s first game on Dec. 6, 1929. Hiram was also the opponent when the Vikings lost, 83-65, on Dec. 1, 1965 in its first game as Cleveland State. With the exception of a two-year hiatus due to World War II, Fenn-CSU squads played Hiram in each of the school’s first 37 seasons from 1929-68, the longest consecutive rivalry in school history. CSU went 29-35 against Hiram with the 64 games played being the third-most CSU has played against any opponent. Hi-Top Fade: A popular hairstyle in the late 1980’s and early to mid 1990’s, Norris Cole brought it back during the 2010-11 season. Before the season, Cole decided on the hi-top fade, which was the standard hairstyle his father wore while Cole was growing up and going to the barbershop with him. It was his father who, upon moving to the family’s house in Dayton, found a rusted hoop and fixed it up, attaching a chain net to the rim. Cole went on to earn Horizon League Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors, the first player in league history to earn both awards in the same season. He was also an honorable metion All-America pick by the Associated Press.

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2011-12 Vikings The Horizon League: Formerly known as the Midwestern Collegiate Conference until a name change in 2001. CSU left the Mid-Continent in 1994 in favor of the MCC, joining forces with five fellow Mid-Continent members — UIC, Northern Illinois, Milwaukee, Green Bay and Wright State — to enter the highly respected league. Within two years, LaSalle, Northern Illinois, Notre Dame and Xavier had elected to move on, but the remaining nine teams have formed one of the best mid-major conferences in the nation, with representation in five of the top 30 U.S. television markets. Indiana: Although this may generate some debate, Indiana University remains the first, and with apologies to the recent list of ranked opponents to fall to CSU, the most famous upset victim in CSU basketball annals. The Hoosiers lost, 83-79, to CSU on March 16 in the first round of the 1986 NCAA Tournament, marking the first time a No. 3 seed had ever lost to a 14 seed and IU Coach Bobby Knight’s first-ever first round loss in the tournament. The win propelled the Vikes to an eventual berth in the Sweet 16 and onto the lips of every college basketball fan in the country. In-Season Tournaments: The Vikings have played in 29 in-season tournaments over the years, taking home the championship five times. CSU defeated Buffalo State, 88-87, in triple overtime to win the first Cleveland Invitational Tournament in 1967.

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The Carrier Dome scoreboard shows the results from the 1986 NCAA Tournament game against Indiana, which is considered by most to be the biggest win in program history.

The Vikings defeated host Marquette, 72-70, to capture the 1987 First Bank Milwaukee Classic. In 2000, the Vikes again defeated the host school as they slipped past Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 81-75 to claim the Islander Classic. In 2008-09, CSU swept games against Saint Leo, Toledo and Florida International to claim the title of the Florida regional of the O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic. In 2010-11, CSU won four games to claim the World Vision Classic, knocking off Bryant, Iona, Kent State and Urbana. Cedric Jackson: In just two seasons with the Vikings, the Columbus, N.J. native amassed 200 steals, including the top two season totals in Horizon League history. He had 88 thefts as a junior in 2007-08 and then led the nation with 112 steals as a senior in 2008-09. Jamal Jackson: A promising sophomore with the 1994-95 Vikings, Jackson was a second team all-league choice after leading the team in scoring (16.4) and rebounding (8.1). He set a school record for most points by a reserve when he poured in 31 points against Southern Utah State on Dec. 5, 1994. His life was tragically cut short in the summer of 1995 when he was murdered on a visit to his hometown of Boston. Dave Kyle: Inducted into the CSU Hall of Fame in 1987, Kyle played for CSU from 1974-77. He was an honorable mention AllAmerica choice in 197576 when he set school records for points (613), field goals (255) and FG percentage (.544). CSU’s Athlete of the Year in 1975-76 and Most Outstanding Player in 1975-76 & 1976-77, he ranks 11th in school history with 1,168 career points and sixth with 726 rebounds. He was a sixth round draft choice by the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks in 1978.

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Weldon Kytle: The unchallenged choice as the best player ever to wear the Red and Grey of Fenn College, he was the first Fox player to reach the 1,000-point mark in career scoring and his final total of 1,408 was nearly 400 more than that of any other Fenn player. He is one of two players to accumulate more than 1,000 rebounds in a career at CSU and he has the three highest season averages and six best single game rebounding marks in CSU history. The 6-6 product of Euclid (OH) High School, who was the only Fenn player ever drafted by an NBA team, remained extremely active in alumni affairs after graduation until his death at the age of 47 in 1989. A scholarship in his name is awarded annually to an undergraduate working in a service position with the athletic department. Peter B. Lewis: A serious basketball fan, the CEO and president of The Progressive Corporation, a major insurance organization headquartered in suburban Mayfield Heights, presented the CSU Athletic Department with a donation of $1 million in 1997, the largest gift ever received by the department. The gift was used to build the Peter Lewis Center for Academic and Athletic Excellence in the Wolstein Center. The Peter Lewis Center includes a computer and learning lab, a state-of-the-art interactive classroom/theater; and a student recreation and staff entertainment area. It is equipped with a kitchen for team meals and VIP functions and an updated strength and conditioning center. Merle Levin: From 1955 until his retirement in 1992, Merle served as the only athletic publicist that Cleveland State (and Fenn College) ever knew. Nobody knew more about the history of Viking athletics than Merle and he enjoyed nothing more than to share his countless stories to anybody that showed an interest. After retiring, he served as the senior member of the Atletic Hall of Fame selection committee until he passed during the summer of 2009.

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2011-12 Vikings Kevin Mackey: The holder of the CSU record for highest winning percentage by a Viking head coach (.673), he guided the team to its first NCAA Tournament bid in 1986 and to national accolades when it advanced to the Sweet 16. Mackey then guided CSU to two straight NIT post-season appearances (1987 & 1988) as well as its first-ever conference championship (1986). He compiled a 142-69 record in seven seasons, including four 20 win seasons and a school-record 29 wins in 1985-86. Rollie Massimino: The head coach of the Vikings from 19962003, he surpassed the 500-victory mark for his career with an 82-64 win over Duquesne on Dec. 27, 2001. The win made him just the 16th coach ever to win both an NCAA championship and 500 games and the second to achieve win number 500 while at Cleveland State. John McLendon: The most renowned of all Viking bench bosses, he served as head coach from 196669. He became the first black coach to head a major college basketball program at an integrated school when he took over the reins at CSU in 1966. Just nine games into his tenure, the man who was considered one of the leading proponents of fastbreak basketball won No. 500 in startling headline-making fashion at Walsh College. The home team captured the opening tip and held the ball for almost nine minutes before taking—and missing—the first shot of the game. The tempo never picked up as CSU won, 24-22. McLendon was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1979, owning a 523-165 record. Ken ‘Mouse’ McFadden: The catalyst of the Kevin Mackey-led teams of the late 1980’s, McFadden ended his career as CSU’s career scoring leader with 2,256 points while also owning the career marks for assists (463) and free throws made (597) and attempted (741). He was named to four All-America squads and owned a national reputation unmatched by any Viking. The 6-1 guard from New York City has been voted into both the CSU and Greater Cleveland Sports Halls of Fame.

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Kevin Mackey’s passion, which helped him to a school-record .673 winning percentage (142-69), is shown in the series of sideline photos from the 1986-87 season.

Navy: The Midshipmen, led by center David Robinson, ended CSU’s record-setting 1985-86 season with a 71-70 victory in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament. The Vikes gained a measure of revenge when they scorched Navy for a school record 70 first half points in a 106-98 victory at the Gator Bowl Tournament on Dec. 1, 1990. NCAA Tournament: CSU has made two trips to the NCAA Tournament, owning a 3-2 record, with both journeys being memorable ones. In March of 1986, the Vikes ignited the city and captivated the country with their first round victory over Indiana at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse and continued their march to the Sweet 16 with a 75-69 win over St. Joseph’s (PA) in the second round. A borderline “possession” call in the final seconds of the East Regional semifinals at The Meadowlands led to a driving basket by Navy’s David Robinson with less than 10 seconds remaining to clinch a 71-70 win for the Middies and eliminate the Vikings. Last year, the Vikings led from wire-to-wire for an 8469 win over 12th-ranked Wake Forest, a team that had been ranked as high as No. 1 in the nation during the regular season. Two days later, CSU suffered from cold perimeter shooting in a 71-57 loss to Arizona.

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NIT: Once the top post-season tournament in the country, it took a backseat to the NCAA Championship when it emerged as a powerhouse tournament in the 1960’s. Now a 32-team tournament whose field is selected once the NCAA Championship lineup is determined, CSU has taken part in it four times, boasting a 3-4 overall record in the tourney. CSU first played in the NIT in both 1986-87 and 1987-88, taking a two-decade break before playing in it again in 2007-08 and 2010-11 when the Vikings defeated Vermont at home before falling in the second round to the College of Charleston. Numbers Of Note: Every Viking fan should know: 10 & 14. . . the retired jersey numbers of Mouse McFadden and Franklin Edwards respectively. 27-3. . . the final regular season record of the 1985-86 team which earned it an at-large berth in the NCAA Tournament. 29-4. . . the 1985-86 team’s final record. 17. . . CSU’s highest final national ranking in a season (by USA Today, 1986). 7,9,12,14,15. . . highest preseason ranking (by various publications prior to start of 1986-87 season). 1. . . CSU’s rank in NCAA statistics in 1985-86 in average victory margin (19.3) and steals per game (13.2). 8. . . The number of CSU players taken in the NBA Draft in program history. 68. . . number of consecutive games that Franklin Edwards scored in double figures, a school record. 2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2011-12 Vikings Ted Okonski: Inducted into the CSU Hall of Fame in 1980, Okonski and his brother, Walter, played for Fenn College from 1929-32. Ted scored seven of Fenn’s 18 points in a 27-18 loss to Hiram in the school’s first game. A third brother, Ed, lettered for Fenn from 1935-38. Overtime: CSU has played three games that have been extended to four overtime periods. It defeated Kenyon, 45-42, to give Bill Gallagher his first win as Fenn head coach on Dec. 6, 1958. On Dec. 4, 1982, CSU dropped a 91-89 decision to Kent State. The Vikings turned the tables on KSU in 1993-94 when they won a 104-101 thriller in the Wolstein Center. CSU is 40-38 all-time in OT games. The PE Building: Opened in 1973, the $9.1 million Physical Education Building provided Cleveland State with its first true varsity, intramural and instructional physical education facilities. The building features two major competitive arenas, a 50-meter by 25-yard competitive pool which was in its early years considered the fastest pool in the nation and hosted four NCAA Division I National Swimming Championships. The other, the 3,000plus seat Woodling Gym, hosted CSU’s first oncampus varsity basketball game on Feb. 2, 1974. Peering Viking: The current athletic and spirit logo for Cleveland State, it made its debut on Aug. 22, 2007, replacing Vike, the cartoon character that had served as the primary athletic logo for more than a decade. The mark was created by Frank Cucciarre, a former designer in the CSU Marketing and Public Affairs office, who is now the president of Blink Concepts & Design in Newark, DE

Planes, Trains & Automobiles: Seventy-two seasons of competition have taken the men’s cage team to 39 of the 50 states plus Canada, Switzerland, Italy and Spain. To get to those games the squad has traveled by car, van, chartered bus, a school-owned bus, commercial airliner and for one adventurous period in the early ‘70s via a chartered 17-passenger converted B-17 bomber. The team has never traveled by boat and, oddly, the closest they have come to train transportation was in 1975 when the Vikes traveled from their Manhattan hotel to a game in Brooklyn versus Long Island University on New York’s subway system. The team did try to book passage on a train from Sioux City, Iowa to Billings, Montana in 1970, to avoid a 9-hour plane layover in Rapid City, S.D., but that effort ended abruptly when the railway agent explained he would have no trouble moving the team’s livestock, but couldn’t get all those people on the same train. LaMoyne Porter: The oldest player to take the court for the Vikings, Porter played for CSU from 1969-71. After leading Cleveland East Tech High School to a state title, he enlisted in the Air Force and served for eight years. In 1969, Porter left the military and enrolled at CSU. He was 29-years old when he took the floor for CSU during the 1969-70 season and he went on to set school records for points (384) and free throw percentage (.800) en route to earning team Most Outstanding Player honors. He went on to score 180 points and grab 108 rebounds at the age of 30 during the 1970-71 campaign, his last at CSU. Public Hall: With no on-campus gym, CSU purchased a portable floor and moved its basketball act to Public Hall for the 1970-71 season. A part of the Cleveland Convention Center, the Hall served as the Vikes’ full-time home until Woodling Gym opened during the 1973-74 season. Even then, the team continued to play the bulk of its games at the Hall until Kevin Mackey elected to move all the home games to Woodling for the 1984-85 season. However, the team returned intermittently to the Hall after its 1986 success in the NCAA’s,

defeating Wright State, 99-92, in its final contest there on Nov. 25, 1990 in the consolation finals of the North Coast Tournament.

Cleveland State has a 2-4 record playing in nearby Quicken Loans Arena, including this win over Ohio State in 1994.

Quicken Loans Arena: Normally the home to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Vikings own a 2-5 mark in The “Q” (formerly known as Gund Arena), doing so as part of six Rock ‘N Roll Shootout appearances and the 2007-08 meeting with Ohio State that served as the inaugural game in the McClendon Scholarship Classic. Included in the record is a 75-73 victory over Ohio State on Dec. 17, 1994, the Vikings’ first win over Ohio State in five meetings. CSU has served as the host of an NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four (2006-07) and regional (2005-06) in the facility. It served as a first and second round site of the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.

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2011-12 Vikings Clinton Ransey: An All-America choice in both 1984-85 and 1985-86, he was the first Viking to earn all-league honors three times. He shares the school mark with 125 career games played with Eddie Bryant, starting a record 122 contests. He ranks third in CSU annals with 1,946 points. Named the team’s Most Outstanding Player in both 1985 and 1987, he was selected to the MidContinent’s All-Decade team in 1992.

Unsung Hero: The fourth floor atrium in the Wolstein Center Annex has been named in his honor, serving as a reminder of the tireless efforts by Patrick Sweeney to make the Wolstein Center a reality. Sweeney, who was the minority leader in the Ohio House of Representatives in the early 80’s, played a major role in securing the state’s approval for the construction of the Wolstein Center. Now a part-time CSU professor, he can be found in his courtside seat at Viking basketball games, a tradition he established for himself long before there was a Wolstein Center.

Vince Richards: A regular in the Viking lineup from 1981-86, he became the first CSU player to make a three-pointer, doing so at Michigan on Dec. 8, 1981 in a game using the Big Ten’s experimental three-point rule. Pete Ritzema: The 7’2” center was the tallest player to ever don a Viking uniform and was just the third seven-footer to play for CSU. Kenny Robertson: A Viking from 1986-90, Robertson set an NCAA career record with 341 steals. He holds CSU’s records for steals in a game (12) and is second in steals in a season (111), becoming the only Viking to record a steal in every game in a season in 1989-90. Success Class: Instituted prior to the start of the 2006-07 season by head coach Gary Waters, Success Class is a one-hour weekly class (noncredited) that he teaches for the men’s basketball team in order to instill upon the Vikings what is necessary to become a success, both on the court and in their every day life. The first year of Success Class was based on John Wooden’s book, Pyramid of Success. In 2006-07, Waters turned to John Mawxell’s Talent Is Never Enough as his inspiration for the class and last year, Waters tought from Quiet Strength, the book by Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy. Waters went back to John Maxwell for the text for the last two years, selecting The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player in 2009-10 and Winning With People in 2010-11. Run & Stun: The immortalized name of the CSU attack installed by Kevin Mackey based on revolving his players every four minutes to allow them to apply full court pressure during their entire stay on the floor. Streaks: The longest winning streaks in school history are a pair of 14-game streaks. CSU won 14 in a row from Jan. 27, 1986 to March 16, 1986 en route to a 29-4 record, advancing to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. In 1992-93, CSU won 14 straight games from Jan. 16-Feb. 24, 1993 on the way to a 22-6 record and the Mid-Continent regular-season title. The 1992-93 streak is CSU’s longest regular-season winning streak. 84 C l e v e l a n d Stat e U n i v e r s i t y

In January, 2005, Mike Sweeney became the 28th Viking basketball player inducted into the CSU Athletics Hall of Fame.

Mike Sweeney: The 28th — and most recent — Viking basketball player inducted into the CSU Hall of Fame when he was honored in January of 2005. Known for his competitiveness and toughness, he used electric stimulation on his knees when he was on the bench during games to battle tendonitis. A four-time recipient of the team’s Viking Award, he fought through chronic injuries to help lead his team’s to a then-school record 67 wins during his career. He was the squad’s sixth-man of the year as a sophomore and started 46 games his final two years. He played professionally in Norway, returning to CSU as an assistant coach for the 1984-85 season. Threes: The Vikings enter the 2010-11 campaign having made a three-pointer in a school record 433 straight games dating back to the first game of the 1998-99 season. William Stanley holds the school individual record with a three-pointer in 19 straight games from February of 1989 to January of 1990. Greg Allen holds the season mark with a trey in 18 straight games in the 1991-92 season. Darren Tillis: A first team All-American on the 1981-82 First Interstate Bank (previously Helms Foundation) Team, the 6-11 215-pound native of Dallas, Texas was the third leading rebounder in the nation as a senior (12.8 rpg). He set a CSU career record with 197 blocked shots and a single season record with 346 rebounds, becoming just the second player in school history to record 1,000 rebounds (1,045) in a career. He became CSU’s second NBA first round selection, going to the Boston Celtics in the 1982 draft. He was inducted into the CSU Athletic Fall of Fame in 1999. www.csuvikings.com

The Viking Creed: Written during the spring of 2009 by the CSU Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC), the creed is designed to remind all Viking student-athletes of what it takes to compete at CSU. The words are: The Viking Creed I am a Cleveland State Viking. I am a Division 1 student- athlete. I am a member of the athletic family. I am an ambassador for my school and to my community. I am resilient and accept all challenges with a winning attitude. I am a competitor and play with passion. I go to battle every day inspired. I will never surrender, never accept defeat. I bleed green and wear my colors with pride. I am a Viking! This is where Champions Play! Vikings: When Fenn College faded into history, so too did the athletic teams’ nickname of the Foxes. A survey of the student body came up with several new names which were voted on in a campus-wide election. While athletic department personnel quietly rooted for such appropriate candidates as “Foresters” or “Lakers,” when the ballots were counted the landslide winner was “Vikings.” Where did THAT come from? Election analysts had no problem coming up with the answer. Seems that Cleveland State was drawing heavily upon Cleveland St. Joseph High School for students at the time. The nickname of St. Joe’s rabidly supported athletic teams? The Vikings, of course.

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2011-12 Vikings Bert L. & Iris S. Wolstein: The philanthropic couple for whom the Wolstein Center gets its name. Bert Wolstein, who passed away in May, 2004, was a graduate of the Cleveland-Marshall School of Law. He was a fixture in the professional sports scene in Cleveland, serving as the founder and owner of the Cleveland Force indoor soccer team. It was named after the couple made the latest in a long string of contributions to the university, a $6.25 million commitment to CSU Foundation that was the largest philanthropic gift in CSU history.

Completed in 1991 at a cost of $55 million, the Wolstein Center served as a site of the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament first and second round games.

The Wolstein Center: The crown jewel in CSU’s conglomerate of athletic facilities, the Wolstein Center is headquarters for Viking basketball, housing a 13,610-seat arena along with the athletic administration and basketball offices. Built at a cost of $55 million and opened in 1991, the building annually holds numerous major public events ranging in scope from concerts and rodeos to trade shows and business meetings. It has served as the site of the NCAA Division I championships in wrestling and women’s volleyball and the first and second rounds of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships. Woodling Gym: When the Vikings host Wilberforce on Dec. 12, it will mark just the second game in Woodling Gym since the Wolstein Center opened for the 1991-92 season. The quintessential “home court advantage gym,” CSU has never had a losing season in the building, posting a 123-21 record in the facility since it opened for the 1973-74 campaign. The Vikings have had three undefeated seasons in the building, going 15-0 in 1985-86, 13-0 in 1987-88 and 11-0 in 1981-82. “Woody”: Seemingly nobody at Fenn College and later Cleveland State knew him by any other name for 45 years until they named Homer E. Woodling Gym after him. He came to Fenn to start an intercollegiate athletics program and stayed on to launch every men’s varsity program in existence here today. He coached most of those sports too, including basketball for its first 12 years (192941) and one encore season much later (1952-53). He also drove the team bus and served as trainer, 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

equipment man and surrogate father. After 36 years as Fenn’s only athletic director, he spent one more year in office as Cleveland State’s AD. When he died on Sept. 14,1984, he had the satisfaction of knowing that the athletic department’s largest endowed fund, the Homer E. Woodling Athletic Scholarships, was annually providing help for student-athletes in several sports. Just like Woody did.

Youngstown State: The rivalry with Youngstown State is the oldest in school history, having begun during the 1930-31 season when Fenn defeated Youngstown, 35-18, in the 15th game in school history. The schools have battled 73 times in 49 seasons of play with the Vikings holding a 37-36 edge. Youngstown State and Akron (44) are the only schools CSU has played in 60 or more seasons. Derrick Zeigler: A multi-talented player with CSU from 1993-97, Zeigler is one of two Vikings to end his career with 700 points, 400 rebounds, 200 assists and 100 steals. A force on defense, Zeigler was named to the MCC’s All-Defensive Team as a senior in 1996-97.

Homer Woodling, who served as athletic director at Fenn College from 1929-66, is widely recognized as the father of intercollegiate athletics at CSU. YMCA: The Fenn Foxes played the first home game in the program’s history against Detroit Tech on Dec. 28, 1929 at the YMCA located in downtown Cleveland. Fenn College, which was affiliated with the YMCA at the time, owned a 1-1 record heading into the contest. Fenn opened the year with a 2718 loss at Hiram on Dec. 6 before winning, 50-22, at Wilcox on Dec. 7.

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Derrick Ziegler is one of three Vikings to finish his career with 700 points, 400 rebounds, 200 assists and 100 steals.

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Team -Sing l e G ame H i ghs Points 135 vs. Clarion, 12/1/86 121 vs. Northern Iowa, 2/18/89 118 vs. Central Conn. St., 11/30/85 117 vs. Walsh, 2/11/70 113 vs. Wilberforce, 12/12/09 113 vs. Prairie View A&M, 12/14/99 113 vs. UIC, 2/12/86 Points-Two Teams 216 CSU 98, vs. Eastern Michigan 118, 12/8/71 214 CSU 109, at Milwaukee 105, 1/29/00 (OT) 214 CSU 105, Eastern Michigan 109, 12/8/84 (2OT) 214 CSU 88, at Cedarville 126, 2/25/67 213 CSU 117, vs. Walsh 96, 2/11/70 Points-One Half 70 vs. Navy, 12/1/90 (1st) 68 vs. Clarion, 12/1/86 (1st) 67 vs. Clarion, 12/1/86 (2nd) 64 vs. Central Mich., 2/21/87 (2nd) 64 vs. Valparaiso, 3/2/85 (2nd) Field Goals Made 49 vs. Central Conn. State, 11/30/85 48 vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson, 1/31/81 48 vs. Walsh, 2/11/70 47 done seven times, last vs. Northern Iowa, 2/18/89 Field Goals Attempted 105 at Detroit College, 1/21/67 96 vs. Bowling Green, 12/4/74 96 at Akron, 2/27/74 95 at Clarion, 1/29/66 92 done three times, last vs. UIC, 1/31/87 Field Goal Percentage .685 at George Mason, 2/5/79 (37-54) .679 at St. Francis (PA), 2/1/79 (36-53) .667 at Valparaiso, 2/13/84 (38-57) .667 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 1/31/81 (48-72) .662 vs. Concordia (WI), 2/5/80 (43-65) 3-Point Field Goals Made 14 at Milwaukee, 12/4/10 14 at Michigan State, 12/16/05 12 vs. Wilberforce, 12/12/09 12 vs. Norfolk State, 11/27/04 12 vs. Drake, 12/30/03 12 vs. Northern Illinois, 1/6/92 11 done six times, last vs. Toledo, 2/20/10 3 -Point Field Goals Attempted 32 vs. Norfolk State, 11/27/04 31 at Central Michigan, 12/17/06 31 vs. Florida A&M, 11/19/05 28 at UIC, 3/1/05 28 at Hawaii-Hilo, 11/28/99 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum: 5 made) .750 vs. Youngstown St., 12/13/87 (6-8) .727 at Akron, 1/11/89 (8-11) .714 done seven times, last at Green Bay, 12/2/10 (10-14) Free Throws Made 41 vs. Clarion, 12/1/86 40 at Florida A&M, 11/25/03 39 vs. John Carroll, 1/29/68 36 vs. UIC, 3/7/86 36 vs. Buffalo State, 12/30/67 86 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

F ree Throws Attempted 63 at Florida A&M, 11/25/03 58 vs. Kent State, 12/23/93 58 vs. Clarion, 12/1/86 56 vs. John Carroll, 1/29/68 49 vs. Northern Iowa, 3/9/84 Free Throw Percentage 1.000 vs. Concordia (WI), 2/5/80 (19-19) 1.000 vs. Charlotte, 1/11/74 (13-13) 1.000 vs. St. Francis (PA), 12/14/74 (7-7) 1.000 vs. Ashland, 2/7/70 (7-7) .957 vs. Iona, 11/13/10 (22-23) Rebounds 81 at Malone, 1/19/63 75 vs. Allegheny, 2/23/65 74 vs. Case Tech, 3/2/66 74 at Case Tech, 1/15/65 73 at Detroit Tech, 12/15/62 Rebound Margin 45 vs. Allegheny, 2/23/65 (75-30) 31 vs. Central Conn. St., 11/30/85 (64-33) 31 vs. Marietta, 1/6/82 (55-24) 31 vs. Detroit College, 1/8/69 (54-23) 31 vs. Slippery Rock, 12/10/66 (70-39) Assists 32 vs. Youngstown State, 2/13/74 31 vs. Northern Iowa, 2/18/89 30 vs. Central Conn. St., 11/30/85 29 at Youngstown State, 2/22/93 29 at UIC, 2/23/87 29 vs. Marietta, 1/6/82 Steals 29 vs.Canisius, 12/28/86 25 vs. Wagner, 12/3/88 23 vs. IPFW, 12/3/94 23 vs. Western Illinois, 2/9/87 23 vs. Clarion, 12/1/86 Blocked Shots 12 vs. Central State, 11/22/03 11 vs. Youngstown State, 12/8/07 11 vs. John Carroll, 11/22/06 11 at IUPUI, 11/16/01 10 vs. Loyola, 2/1/07 10 at UIC, 1/5/02 10 at UW-Green Bay, 2/24/01 10 at Western Illinois, 2/15/92 10 vs. Slippery Rock, 11/26/88 Turnovers 38 vs. Detroit, 12/9/76 35 vs. Buffalo, 1/7/75 34 vs. Ohio, 12/18/76 33 at UAB, 11/24/98 33 at Fairleigh Dickinson, 1/13/80 Personal Fouls 40 at Florida A&M, 11/25/03 37 vs. John Carroll, 1/29/68 36 at Cincinnati, 12/2/72 36 vs. Baldwin-Wallace, 1/14/67 35 at Butler, 1/30/97 35 at Ashland, 1/7/56 Disqualifications 4 done eight times, last at California, 12/5/00 Overtime Periods 4 vs. Kent State, 12/23/93 4 at Kent State, 12/4/82 4 vs. Kenyon, 12/6/58 3 vs. Wichita State, 12/29/72 3 vs. Buffalo State, 12/30/67

Largest Margin of Victory 74 CSU 135, Clarion 61, 12/1/86 58 CSU 113, Prairie View A&M 55, 12/14/99 56 CSU 107, Geneva 51, 12/1/07 52 CSU 113, Wilberforce 61, 12/12/09

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CSU 118, Central Conn. St., 66, 11/30/85 CSU 108, Eastern Michigan 59, 12/21/85 CSU 98, Ohio Wesleyan 49, 12/3/85

* - Later forfeited by CSU

Opponent-Single Game Highs Most Points 126 by Cedarville, 2/25/67 121 by Buffalo State, 1/22/71 119 by John Carroll, 1/12/56 118 by Eastern Michigan, 12/8/71 116 by Kent State, 12/17/03 116 by Ashland, 2/23/66 Most Field Goals 53 by St. Bonaventure, 1/21/76 53 by Eastern Michigan, 12/8/71 52 by Pittsburgh, 2/14/74 51 by Lawrence Tech, 1/21/61 51 by John Carroll, 1/12/56 Most Field Goal Attempts 105 by Marshall, 2/3/72 105 by Canisius, 12/4/71 102 by Kent State, 12/4/82 100 by Cedarville, 2/27/65 99 by St. Francis (PA), 1/22/72 Highest Field Goal Percentage .733 by UIC, 2/11/84 (33-45) .732 by Northern Iowa, 3/6/86 (30-41) .725 by Wright State, 2/10/00 (29-40) .704 by UIC, 3/7/86 (38-54) .689 by Penn State, 12/1/84 (31-45) Most 3-Point Field Goals 20 by Butler, 2/8/07 15 by Malone, 12/9/89 13 by Central Michigan, 12/17/06 13 by Navy, 12/1/90 12 done 7 times, last by Ohio State, 12/18/07 Most 3-Point FG Attempts 45 by Navy, 12/1/90 32 by Butler, 2/8/07 31 by Temple, 12/27/99 31 by Valparaiso, 3/4/89 30 by UIC, 1/11/96 Highest 3-Point FG Percentage (minimum: 5 made) 1.000 by Slippery Rock, 11/26/88 (5-5) .833 by Northern Illinois, 2/23/91 (5-6) .769 by Eastern Illinois, 1/30/89 (10-13) .714 by Detroit, 12/5/09 (10-14) .714 by Green Bay, 1/31/90 (10-14) .714 by Middle Tenn. St., 12/23/92 (5-7) Most Free Throws 46 by Ashland, 1/7/56 44 by Buffalo State, 1/8/68 43 by Detroit College, 12/2/67 41 by Milwaukee, 1/29/00 38 by Ohio, 11/20/99 Most Free Throw Attempts 69 by Ashland, 1/7/56 52 by Milwaukee, 1/29/00 52 by Detroit College, 1/31/70 48 by Florida A&M, 11/25/03 48 by Ohio, 11/20/99 48 by Cincinnati, 12/2/72

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Highest Free Throw Percentage 1.000 by Northern Iowa, 2/9/91 (18-18) 1.000 by Butler, 11/30/74 (16-16) 1.000 by Niagara, 1/10/81 (14-14) 1.000 by St. Francis (PA), 1/17/93 (11-11) Most Rebounds 79 by Edinboro, 2/19/66 78 by Youngstown State, 1/19/70 76 by Canisius, 12/4/71 75 by Cedarville, 2/27/65 72 by Ashland, 2/23/66 Rebound Margin 34 by Cedarville, 2/25/67 (71-37) 33 by North Carolina, 11/22/05 (60-27) 33 by Edinboro, 2/19/66 (79-46) 33 by Hiram, 12/1/65 (65-32) 32 by Michigan, 12/7/91 (57-25) 32 by Buffalo, 2/21/76 (64-32) 32 by Ashland, 2/5/72 (68-36) Most Assists 36 by Kent State, 12/17/03 34 by Pittsburgh, 2/14/74 33 by Pacific, 12/29/94 32 by Buffalo, 2/21/76 32 by Bowling Green, 1/28/76 Most Steals 20 by Buffalo, 12/15/73 19 by North Carolina, 12/30/04 19 by Eastern Michigan, 12/14/88 18 by Tulsa, 12/29/98 18 by Creighton, 12/18/91 Most Blocked Shots 15 by UTEP, 12/29/88 15 by Northern Iowa, 1/25/84 13 by St. Joseph’s, 12/2/87 13 by Marist, 1/20/87 12 by Morehead State, 12/1/81 Most Turnovers 40 by North Carolina A&T, 12/3/77 39 by Clarion, 11/25/84 38 by Detroit, 12/9/76 37 by Florida A&M, 1/12/87 36 done three times, last by Canisius, 12/28/86 Most Personal Fouls 42 by Florida A&M, 11/25/03 42 by Kent State, 12/23/93 37 by Northern Iowa, 3/9/84 34 by Middle Tenn. State, 1/6/90 33 by Clarion, 12/1/86 33 by Buffalo State, 1/22/71 Most Disqualifications 6 by Northern Iowa, 3/9/84 5 by Kent State, 12/23/93 4 done six times, last by Bowling Green, 12/4/99

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Te am -Single G ame L o ws Fewest Points Scored 12 vs. Commerce, 2/14/30 12 vs. Akron, 2/18/33 13 vs. Allegheny, 12/18/37 15 at Western Reserve, 12/12/38 15 vs. Mount Union, 1/23/37 Fewest Field Goals Made 6 vs. John Carroll, 1/20/40 6 at Slippery Rock, 12/1/39 7 at Mount Union, 1/27/40 8 vs. Detroit Tech, 2/1/40 8 at Hiram, 1/6/40 Fewest Field Goals Attempted 25 at Walsh, 1/11/67 34 vs. Ashland, 2/7/70 36 at Butler, 1/29/04 36 vs. Kent State, 12/12/98 37 at Wayne State, 2/8/78 37 vs. Ashland, 1/11/69 Lowest Field Goal Percentage .224 at Temple, 12/23/00 (11-49) .234 vs. Green Bay, 2/5/98 (15-64) .254 vs. Toledo, 12/23/95 (15-59) .255 vs. Ashland, 1/5/67 (12-47) .258 vs. Wichita State, 11/28/09 (16-62) Fewest 3-Point Field Goals Made 0 done 17 times, last vs. Detroit, 2/21/98 Fewest 3-Point Field Goals Att. 0 at Canisius, 12/6/86 1 done six times, last vs. Green Bay, 2/28/87 Lowest 3-Point FG Percentage .000 done four times, last vs. Detroit, 2/21/98 (0-8) Fewest Free Throws Made 0 vs. Creighton, 1/13/75 0 vs. St. Francis (PA), 12/27/75 1 at St. Francis (PA), 2/21/81 1 at Western Illinois, 1/3/74 1 at Slippery Rock, 12/13/63

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F ewest Free Throws Attempted 0 vs. Creighton, 1/13/75 1 vs. St. Francis (PA), 12/27/73 1 at Western Illinois, 1/3/74 Lowest Free Throw Percentage .143 at Slippery Rock, 12/13/63 (1-7) .250 vs. Brooklyn, 12/30/82 (3-12) .250 at Bowling Green, 2/12/75 (2-8) .267 vs. Wayne State, 2/28/70 (4-15) Fewest Rebounds 16 vs. Butler, 2/8/07 16 vs. Northern Iowa, 3/6/86 17 at Butler, 1/29/04 17 vs. UW-Green Bay, 3/7/94 17 at Walsh, 1/11/67 Fewest Assists 0 vs. Green Bay, 2/24/01 1 vs. Oklahoma City, 12/5/75 1 at Youngstown State, 12/22/72 Fewest Steals 1 done 13 times, last at Detroit, 3/1/03 Fewest Blocked Shots 0 done many times, last vs. Wright State 3/4/11 Fewest Turnovers 4 vs. South Florida, 12/22/10 5 at Milwaukee, 2/18/10 5 vs. Milwaukee, 1/24/10 5 at Utica, 1/5/85 5 vs. Brooklyn, 12/30/82 6 done five times, last vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 F ewest Personal Fouls 6 vs. John Carroll, 1/20/40 7 vs. Loyola, 12/23/74 7 at Detroit Tech, 2/5/66 8 vs. Hillsdale, 11/20/04 8 vs. Eastern Illinois, 2/24/86 8 vs. Brooklyn, 12/30/82 8 vs. Buffalo State, 1/26/67 8 at Allegheny, 2/4/56

F ewest Points 6 by Y Commerce. 1929-30 14 by Commerce, 2/14/30 15 by Hiram, 1/9/37 16 by Concordia (IN), 3/5/32 16 by Ohio Chiropody, 11/28/30 Fewest Field Goals 7 by Walsh, 1/11/67 9 by Alliance, 2/8/40 10 by Ashland, 2/7/70 11 by Wright State, 1/22/11 11 by Grove City, 1/13/40 11 by Assumption, 12/30/39 Fewest Field Goal Attempts 15 by Walsh, 1/11/67 27 by Ashland, 2/7/70 30 by Ashland, 1/11/69 Lowest Field Goal Percentage .219 by Fredonia, 2/23/63 (16-73) .220 by Malone, 1/19/63 (20-91) .231 by Urbana, 11/15/10 (12-52) .231 by Milwaukee, 1/27/01 (12-52) .231 by Youngstown State, 1/23/93 (15-65) Fewest 3-Point Field Goals 0 done 13 times, last by Youngstown State, 12/17/96 Fewest 3-Point FG Attempts 0 by Canisius, 12/28/86 0 by MD-Eastern Shore, 12/23/86 L owest 3-Point FG Percentage .000 done four times, last by Youngstown State, 12/17/96 (0-13) Fewest Free Throws 0 by St. Francis (PA), 12/13/72 1 by Butler, 1/7/02 1 by Western Illinois, 1/20/86 1 by Brooklyn, 12/30/82

Fewest Free Throw Attempts 0 by St. Francis (PA), 12/13/72 2 by Delaware, 2/18/06 2 by Brooklyn, 12/30/82 2 by St. Francis (PA), 2/12/75 Lowest Free Throw Percentage .143 by Butler, 1/7/02 (1-7) .222 by UIC, 2/3/90 (2-9) .250 by Green Bay, 3/1/88 (3-12) Fewest Rebounds 18 by Wilberforce, 12/12/09 18 by Kent State, 1/2/93 19 by Colorado State, 11/30/90 19 by UIC, 3/7/86 19 by Southwest Miss. St., 1/30/84 Fewest Assists 0 by Oklahoma City, 12/5/75 1 by Loyola, 12/23/74 3 by Brown, 12/31/97 3 by Youngstown State, 1/23/93 3 by Northwestern, 12/29/84 3 by Ohio, 12/1/77 Fewest Steals 0 by Milwaukee, 2/18/10 0 by Kent State, 12/23/93 0 by Green Bay, 3/1/93 Fewest Blocked Shots 0 done many times, last by Wright State, 3/4/11 Fewest Turnovers 4 Green Bay, 1/6/96 5 by Valparaiso, 2/3/11 5 by Kent State, 1/5/91 6 done seven times, last by Detroit, 2/28/06 Fewest Personal Fouls 3 by Ashland, 1/11/69 5 by Creighton, 1/13/75 6 by Central State, 1/12/70

O pponen t S e a s o n R e c o r d s Points 2,391 1986-87 2,298 1985-86 2,291 2010-11 2,287 1987-88 2,263 1989-90 Scoring Average 86.6 1970-71 86.1 1954-55 85.4 1971-72 84.1 1955-56 82.4 1973-74 Field Goals Made 948 1985-86 904 1986-87 898 1973-74 893 1971-72 883 1982-83 F ield Goals Attempted 2,029 1971-72 1,923 1982-83 1,900 2010-11 1,883 1985-86 1,882 1986-87

F ield Goal Percentage .526 1984-85 (824-1,568) .516 1983-84 (809-1,569) .506 1975-76 (876-1,732) .503 1985-86 (948-1,883) .489 1989-90 (842-1723) 3-Point Field Goals Made 193 2009-10 193 2002-03 192 2006-07 190 2010-11 186 2000-01 3-Point Field Goals Att. 587 2010-11 557 2008-09 555 2000-01 525 2001-02 524 2006-07 3-Point Field Goal Pct. .395 2009-10 (193-459) .394 2002-03 (193-490) .375 1987-88 (103-275) .372 1986-87 (93-250) .370 1998-99 (152-411)

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Free Throws Made 626 1971-72 597 1999-00 561 2009-10 530 1987-88 529 2010-11 Free Throws Attempted 851 1999-00 833 2009-10 782 1986-87 778 2010-11 766 1998-99 Free Throw Percentage .730 2004-05 (408-559) .718 1989-90 (443-617) .716 1983-84 (494-690) .715 1990-91 (381-533) .713 2006-07 (463-649) Rebounds 1,398 1971-72 1,324 1970-71 1,284 1969-70 1,257 2010-11 1,249 2008-09 www.csuvikings.com

R ebound Average 56.2 1959-60 54.8 1965-66 53.7 1971-72 53.5 1957-58 53.0 1970-71 Assists 527 512 504 497 482 Steals 251 248 246 245 243

1985-86 1988-89 1987-88 1982-83 1986-87

Turnovers 810 1986-87 730 1985-86 616 1983-84 611 1987-88 588 2008-09 Personal Fouls 769 1986-87 756 1985-86 690 1987-88 687 2000-01 684 2008-09

2002-03 1993-94 1986-87 2003-04 1999-00

D isqualifications 40 1985-86 31 1983-84 30 1986-87 28 1999-00 28 1984-85

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Victories 29 1985-86 27 2010-11 27 2008-09 25 1986-87 C on. Victories-One Season 14 1992-93 14 1985-86 12 2010-11 12 1986-87 Winning Percentage .879 1985-86 (29-4) .786 1992-93 (22-6) .758 1986-87 (25-8) .750 2010-11 (27-9) .733 1987-88 (22-8) Home Winning Percentage 1.000 1987-88 (15-0) 1.000 1985-86 (15-0) 1.000 1981-82 (12-0) .917 1992-93 (11-1) Most Home Wins 17 2010-11 15 1987-88 15 1985-86 14 1984-85 Road Winning Percentage .750 1985-86 (9-3) .714 1992-93 (10-4) .692 1991-92 (9-4) .643 2010-11 (9-5) Most Road Wins 13 2008-09 10 1992-93 10 1986-87 9 2010-11

Points 2,934 2,755 2,556 2,520 2,455

1985-86 1986-87 2010-11 1987-88 2008-09

S coring Average 88.9 1985-86 85.9 1988-89 84.0 1987-88 83.5 1986-87 S coring Margin +19.3 1985-86 +11.0 1986-87 +11.0 1980-81 +10.0 1984-85

The 1992-93 Vikings won 22 games, including a school-record tying 14 straight en route to claiming the Mid-Continent Conference championship.

F ield Goals Made 1,156 1985-86 1,023 1986-87 953 1987-88 937 1988-89 F ield Goals Attempted 2,209 1985-86 2,143 1986-87 2,043 2008-09 1,980 2010-11 1,967 1987-88 F ield Goal Percentage .523 1985-86(1,156-2,209) .513 1979-80 (874-1,704) .512 1980-81 (882-1,721) .499 1988-89 (937-1,878) .499 1981-82 (827-1,658) 3 -Point Field Goals Made 237 2010-11 214 2009-10 198 2006-07 196 2000-01 180 2008-09 3-Point Field Goals Att. 695 2010-11 648 2006-07 614 2009-10 578 2008-09

3-Point Field Goal Pct. .433 1987-88 (102-245) .414 1986-87 (48-116) .399 1991-92 (149-373) .378 1992-93 (151-399) .371 2002-03 (177-477)

R ebounds 1,268 1985-86 1,267 2008-09 1,267 1971-72 1,246 1986-87 1,222 1987-88

F ree Throws Made 661 1986-87 622 1985-86 601 2010-11 560 1984-85 546 2000-01

R ebound Average 60.1 1963-64 58.4 1961-62 56.1 1964-65 55.6 1962-63 53.3 1957-58

F ree Throws Attempted 944 1986-87 921 1985-86 822 2010-11 819 1987-88 816 1984-85

R ebound Margin +10.2 1961-62 +8.6 1963-64 +7.4 1985-86 +6.0 1987-88 +5.3 1981-82

F ree Throw Percentage .749 2009-10 (477-637) .731 2010-11 (601-822) .724 1979-80 (367-507) .713 2006-07 (398-558) .702 2007-08 (503-717)

Assists 555 512 496 486 474

Steals 473 1986-87 436 1985-86 376 1987-88

I ndividual - S i n g l e G a m e Minutes Played 56 Jim Les at Kent State, 12/4/82 (4OT) 54 Juan Hill vs. Kent State, 12/23/93 (4OT) 50 Joe Rey vs. Kent State, 12/23/93 (4OT) 48 Dave Youdath at Kent State, 12/4/82 (4OT) 47 Raheem Moss at Central Michigan, 12/17/06 (2OT) Points 49 47 41 41 41 39 39 38 38 38 38 37 37 37

Franklin Edwards at Xavier, 2/25/81 Damon Stringer at Milwaukee, 1/29/00 Norris Cole vs. Youngstown State, 2/12/11 Ken McFadden vs. UIC, 1/31/87 Dave Jacklitch vs. Hiram, 3/3/51 J’Nathan Bullock vs. Green Bay, 2/11/08 Franklin Edwards at Florida State, 2/18/80 Norris Cole vs. Florida A&M, 11/19/09 Omari Westley at Green Bay, 1/11/05 Franklin Edwards at South Carolina, 1/5/81 Wilbur Starks at Youngstown State, 2/15/75 Ken McFadden at Valparaiso, 2/4/89 Dave Kyle at Detroit, 2/12/76 Wilbur Starks at Ball State, 1/19/74

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F ield Goals Made 18 Franklin Edwards at Xavier, 2/25/81 18 Wilbur Starks at Ball State, 1/19/74 17 Franklin Edwards at Florida State, 2/18/80 17 Wilbur Starks at Youngstown State, 2/15/75 16 Damon Stringer at Milwaukee, 1/29/00 16 Dave Youdath at MD-Eastern Shore, 1/15/83 16 Wilbur Starks vs. Ohio, 1/23/74 16 Matt Taylor vs. Eastern Michigan, 12/8/71 16 George Kappos vs. Hiram, 2/29/52 16 Dave Jacklitch vs. Hiram, 3/3/51 15 done 11 times, last by Eric Mudd at Western Illinois, 2/8/88 www.csuvikings.com

322 1983-84 320 2008-09 Blocked Shots 132 2002-03 130 2000-01 128 2001-02 125 2006-07 118 2008-09 Turnovers 535 1976-77 534 2003-04 534 1986-87 523 1993-94 520 1987-88 P ersonal Fouls 722 1987-88 718 2010-11 715 1986-87 711 2009-10 689 1999-00 D isqualifications 31 1972-73 30 1996-97 28 1999-00 27 1997-98 26 2000-01 26 1970-71

Field Goals Attempted 32 Don Ross vs. Hiram, 12/1/66 31 Wilbur Starks vs. Ohio, 1/23/74 30 Franklin Edwards at Xavier, 2/25/81 30 Franklin Edwards at Florida State, 2/18/80 29 Ken McFadden vs. UIC, 1/31/87 29 Vince Richards at Eastern Michigan, 12/8/84 29 Wilbur Starks at Ball State, 1/19/74 29 Weldon Kytle vs. Thiel, 2/6/65 28 Don Ross at Cedarville, 2/25/67 F ield Goal Percentage (minimum: 8 made) 1.000 Brian Parker vs. Eastern Ill., 1/30/89 (12-12) 1.000 Eric Mudd at Ohio State, 12/7/85 (10-10) .933 John Neale vs. Indiana (Pa.), 12/5/70 (14-15) .929 J’Nathan Bullock vs. Green Bay, 2/11/08 (13-14) .917 Jamal Jackson at Southern Utah St., 12/5/94 (11-12) .909 Juan Hall at Wright State, 1/5/94 (10-11) .900 done seven times, last by Theo Dixon at Oakland, 12/9/00 (9-10) 2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2011-12 Vikings 3 -Point Field Goals Made 9 Percell Coles at Duquesne, 11/27/02 8 Norris Cole at Old Dominion, 2/20/11 7 Percell Coles at Youngstown State, 1/10/04 7 Percell Coles vs. Drake, 12/30/03 7 Percell Coles vs. IPFW, 11/18/02 7 Jamaal Harris vs. Green Bay, 1/25/01 7 Damon Stringer vs. Milwaukee, 1/29/00 7 James Madison at Green Bay, 1/29/98 7 James Madison vs. Wright State, 1/17/98 7 Craig Caldwell at Milwaukee, 2/9/95 6 done 13 times, last by Jeremy Montgomery at Butler, 1/14/10 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 16 Percell Coles vs. North Carolina, 11/29/03 15 Norris Cole at Old Dominion, 2/12/11 15 Raheem Moss at Central Michigan, 12/17/06 14 Jamaal Harris vs. Detroit, 3/2/02 14 Damon Stringer at Hawaii-Hilo, 11/28/99 14 William Stanley at Louisville, 12/4/89 13 Raheem Moss vs. Loyola, 2/23/05 13 Percell Coles vs. Loyola, 1/5/04 13 James Madison vs. South Florida, 1/2/99 13 James Madison at Michigan, 11/19/97 12 done 10 times, last by Bahaadar Russell at Youngstown State, 1/20/07 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum: 5 made) 1.000 Charlie Woods vs. Toledo, 2/20/10 (5-5) .875 Jamaal Harris vs. Green Bay, 1/25/01 (7-8) .857 Raheem Moss vs. Clarion, 12/2/04 (6-7) .833 Percell Coles vs. Duquesne, 12/27/01 (5-6) .833 Malcolm Sims vs. Detroit, 3/1/97 (5-6) .833 Malcolm Sims vs. Milwaukee, 2/8/97 (5-6) .833 Gravelle Craig at Youngstown State, 2/22/93 (5-6) .833 Anthony Reed vs. Valparaiso, 2/20/93 (5-6) .833 William Stanley vs. Malone, 12/9/89 (5-6) .778 Percell Coles vs. IPFW, 11/18/02 (7-9) .778 James Madison vs. Wright State, 1/17/98 (7-9) Free Throws Made 19 Mike Campbell vs. Buffalo State, 12/30/67 16 Clinton Ransey vs. Akron, 2/4/85 16 Franklin Edwards vs. Pittsburgh, 1/23/80 15 Norris Cole at Green Bay, 12/2/11 14 Norris Cole vs. Youngstown State, 2/12/11 14 Omari Westley at Florida A&M, 11/25/03 14 Ken McFadden at Creighton, 2/6/89 14 Ken McFadden vs. UIC, 1/31/87 14 Clinton Ransey vs. Clarion, 12/1/86 14 Dave Youdath vs. Eastern Mich., 11/26/83 Free Throws Attempted 22 Gale Drummer vs. Ball State, 1/18/75 21 Mike Campbell vs. Buffalo State, 12/30/97 20 J’Nathan Bullock at Kent State, 12/3/05 19 Omari Westley at Florida A&M, 11/25/03 19 Ken McFadden at Creighton, 2/6/89 19 Clinton Ransey vs. Northern Iowa, 3/9/84 19 Fred Infield vs. Oberlin, 12/14/55 18 Sonny Johnson vs. Milwaukee, 1/30/99 18 Dick Sutch at Thiel, 2/23/60 18 George Koneval at Kenyon, 12/3/60

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F ree Throw Percentage (minimum: 10 made) 1.000 Clinton Ransey vs. Akron, 2/4/85 (16-16) 1.000 Ken McFadden vs. UIC, 1/31/87 (14-14) 1.000 J’Nathan Bullock at South Florida, 11/9/07 (13-13) 1.000 Mike Redell vs. Youngstown State, 1/8/05 (10-10) 1.000 Jermaine Robinson at Duquesne, 11/27/02 (10-10) 1.000 Steve Givens vs. Western Illinois, 1/14/91 (10-10) 1.000 Clinton Ransey at Eastern Ill., 2/25/85 (10-10) 1.000 Franklin Edwards at Ohio State, 11/29/80 (10-10) .941 Franklin Edwards vs. Pittsburgh, 1/23/80 (16-17) .937 Norris Cole at Green Bay, 12/2/10 (15-16) .933 Clinton Ransey vs. Clarion, 12/1/86 (14-15) .929 Jamal Jackson vs. Wright State, 1/7/95 (12-13) Rebounds 30 Weldon Kytle vs. Malone, 2/13/64 27 Weldon Kytle at Fredonia, 2/23/63 26 Weldon Kytle vs. Thiel, 2/6/65 26 Weldon Kytle vs. Western Reserve, 2/11/64 26 Weldon Kytle at Cedarville, 3/2/63 26 Weldon Kytle at Ashland, 1/15/63 25 Weldon Kytle at Case Tech, 1/15/65 25 Ernie Kremling vs. Allegheny, 2/25/61 Assists 16 Ken McFadden vs. Northern Iowa, 2/18/89 15 Jim Les at Louisville, 2/25/82 15 Chuck Spieles vs. Youngstown State, 2/13/74 14 Gravelle Craig vs. Akron, 3/8/92 14 Jim Les vs. UIC, 1/16/82 13 Ken Robertson at Fla. International, 2/15/90 12 Walt Chavis vs. Green Bay, 1/2/03 12 Craig Caldwell vs. Eastern Illinois, 2/14/94 12 Carlos English at Michigan State, 12/16/05 12 Lee Reed vs. Akron, 2/8/83 12 Jim Les vs. Denison, 11/27/82 12 Jim Les vs. Xavier, 1/13/82 Steals 12 Kenny Robertson vs. Wagner, 12/3/88 10 Kenny Robertson vs. Northern Iowa, 2/18/89 8 Craig Caldwell at Wright State, 2/19/95 8 Kenny Robertson vs. UIC, 1/16/89 8 Kenny Robertson vs. Western Illinois, 1/16/88 8 Ken McFadden vs. Canisius, 12/28/86 7 Norris Cole vs. Wilmington, 11/16/09 7 Cedric Jackson vs. Youngstown State, 2/18/09 7 Malcolm Sims at Michigan State, 12/3/96 7 Kenny Robertson vs. Western Illinois, 2/20/89 7 Kenny Robertson vs. Eastern Illinois, 1/18/88 7 Kenny Robertson vs. Eastern Mich., 12/23/87 7 Clinton Ransey vs. UIC, 2/12/86 7 Ken McFadden vs. Clarion, 12/1/86 7 Shawn Hood vs. Clarion, 11/25/84 7 Franklin Edwards at Xavier, 2/25/81 7 Mike Sweeney vs. Akron, 12/23/81 7 Mike Sweeney vs. Niagara, 1/6/79 Blocked Shots 7 Pape Badiane vs. Butler, 2/24/03 7 Brian Parker vs. Slippery Rock, 11/26/88 7 Gale Drummer vs. Wichita State, 12/29/72 6 Kevin Francis vs. West Virginia Tech, 12/30/06 5 done 23 times, last by Charlie Woods vs. Valparaiso, 2/3/11 Turnovers 11 Jim Les at Kent State, 12/4/82 11 Franklin Edwards at Wisconsin, 12/22/79 10 Omari Westley at Loyola, 2/26/04 10 Jermaine Robinson at Florida A&M, 11/25/03 10 Kenny Robertson vs. UIC, 3/1/90 10 Andre Battle vs. Detroit, 12/9/76 9 done 13 times, last by Cedric Jackson vs. Butler, 1/17/08

Opponent Single G a m e H i gh s

Minutes Played 58 Dave Zeigler, Kent State, 12/4/82 Points 52 50 47 44 44 43 42 42 41 41 40

Ed McFarland, Slippery Rock, 2/15/61 Tony Knott, Youngstown, 2/13/54 Larry Bullington, Ball State, 1/19/74 Tony Bennett, Green Bay, 2/11/89 George Gervin, Eastern Mich., 12/8/71 John Bradley, Lawrence Tech, 1/21/61 Matt Graves, Butler, 1/15/98 Dennis Hopson, Ohio State, 12/7/85 Jeff Covington, Youngstown State, 3/3/76 Gil Ray, Ashland, 2/23/66 Henry Sterken, Detroit College, 1/21/67

F ield Goals Made 21 George Gervin, Eastern Mich., 12/8/71 19 Ed McFarland, Slippery Rock, 2/15/61 19 John Bradley, Lawrence Tech, 1/21/61 F ield Goals Attempted 31 Bill Edwards, Wright State, 2/8/93 30 John Britton, Akron, 2/28/78 30 Horace Brawley, Buffalo, 12/15/73 30 Reggie Piggee, Wayne State, 2/28/70 Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 att.) 1.000 Tim Hardaway, Texas-El Paso, 12/29/89 (11-11) .923 Richard Sims, Green Bay, 2/2/87 (10-11) .909 done three times, last by Dwayne Presswood, Western Ill., 1/20/86 (10-11) 3 -Point Field Goals Made 9 Tee Trotter, MD-Eastern Shore, 12/6/02 9 Rashad Phillips, Detroit, 3/4/01 8 Pete Campbell, Butler, 2/8/07 8 Scott Anselm, Valparaiso, 2/20/87 3 -Point Field Goals Attempted 16 Sydney Grider, Southwestern Louisiana, 12/30/89 3 -Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 att.) .857 Pat McCabe, Milwaukee, 2/8/96 (6-7) Free Throws Made 19 Brandon Cotten, Detroit, 2/2/06 F ree Throws Attempted 22 Brandon Cotten, Detroit, 2/2/06 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 att.) 1.000 done 16 times, most attempts by Kevin Rhodes, Western Illinois, 1/29/94 (14-14) Rebounds 26 Daryl Meacham, Edinboro, 2/19/66 25 Pickett, Detroit College, 1//21/67 24 Ted Wuebben, Creighton, 2/20/73 24 Pellegrene, Walsh, 1/11/67 24 Jeff Slade, Kenyon, 12/3/60 Assists 21 John Ryan, Fairfield, 1/26/73 17 Craig Lathen, UIC, 1/21/84 15 Craig Lathen, UIC, 2/11/84 Steals 10 Lorenzo Neely, Eastern Mich., 12/14/88 B locked Shots 12 Rodney Blake, St. Joseph, 12/2/87 T urnovers 10 Done 7 times, last by Terry Walsh, John Carroll, 11/24/07

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Individual - S e a s o n G ames Played 37 Accomplished 6 times in 2008-09. J’Nathan Bullock, Norris Cole, Cedric Jackson, Jeremy Montgomery, Chris Moore & George Tandy

Field Goal Shooting Percentage (min. 5 FG/game) .664 Brian Parker, 1988-89 (168-253) .657 Brian Parker, 1989-90 (155-236) .571 Eric Mudd, 1985-86 (164-287) .569 Eric Mudd , 1987-88(227-309) .568 Darren Tillis, 1980-81 (200-352) .565 Clinton Smith, 1985-86 (226-400) .558 Steve Givens, 1990-91 (148-265) .555 Darren Tillis, 1979-80 (127-229) .552 Mike Sweeney, 1980-81 (111-201) .552 Steve Givens, 1989-90 (155-281)

G ames Started 37 J’Nathan Bullock, 2008-09 37 Norris Cole, 2008-09 37 Cedric Jackson, 2008-09 37 Chris Moore, 2008-09 36 Norris Cole, 2010-11 36 Trevon Harmon, 2010-11 36 Tim Kamczyc, 2010-11 36 Jeremy Montgomery, 2010-11 36 Aaron Pogue, 2010-11 34 J’Nathan Bullock, 2007-08 34 Cedric Jackson, 2007-08 34 Breyohn Watson, 2007-08 inutes Played M 1,285 Norris Cole, 2010-11 1,231 Cedric Jackson, 2008-09 1,213 Norris Cole, 2008-09 1,195 Trevon Harmon, 2010-11 1,184 J’Nathan Bullock, 2008-09 1,127 Norris Cole, 2009-10 1,119 Jeremy Montgomery, 2010-11 1,071 Theo Dixon, 2000-01 1,059 Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 1,058 Cedric Jackson, 2007-08 1,058 Jamaal Harris, 2000-01 Minutes Played Per Game 37.4 Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 37.2 Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 36.6 Dave Youdath, 1982-83 36.5 Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 36.2 Franklin Edwards, 1978-79 35.8 Malcolm Sims, 1996-97 35.8 Ken McFadden, 1988-89 35.7 Norris Cole, 2010-11 35.2 Gravelle Craig, 1992-93 35.2 Gravelle Craig, 1991-92 Points 780 708 664 637 615 613 577 573 568 539

Norris Cole, 2010-11 (21.7) Ken McFadden, 1986-87 (21.5) Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 (24.6) Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 (25.5) Ken McFadden, 1987-88 (20.5) Dave Kyle, 1975-76 (24.5) Theo Dixon, 2000-01 (18.0) Damon Stringer, 1999-00 (19.1) Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 (19.6) Norris Cole, 2009-10 (15.2)

Scoring Average 25.5 Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 24.6 Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 24.5 Dave Kyle, 1975-76 22.9 Ken McFadden, 1988-89 21.7 Norris Cole, 2010-11

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3 -Point Field Goals Made 70 Theo Dixon, 2000-01 70 Damon Stringer, 1999-00 69 Jeremy Montgomery, 2009-10 69 Jamaal Harris, 2000-01 68 James Madison, 1997-98 67 James Madison, 1999-00 66 James Madison, 1996-97 64 William Stanley, 1989-90 63 Raheem Moss, 2004-05 63 Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04

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21.5 20.5 20.2 19.6 19.3

Ken McFadden, 1986-87 Ken McFadden, 1987-88 Weldon Kytle, 1964-65 Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 George Kappos, 1950-51

F ield Goals Made 265 Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 259 Ken McFadden, 1986-87 255 Dave Kyle, 1975-76 253 Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 251 Norris Cole, 2010-11 227 Eric Mudd, 1987-88 226 Clinton Smith, 1985-86 209 Clinton Ransey, 1986-87 205 Ken McFadden, 1987-88 204 Darren Tillis, 1981-82 F ield Goals Attempted 572 Norris Cole, 2010-11 505 Ken McFadden, 1986-87 503 Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 486 Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 477 Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 474 Theo Dixon, 2000-01 469 Dave Kyle, 1975-76 455 J’Nathan Bullock, 2008-09 455 Ken McFadden, 1987-88 447 Damon Stringer, 1999-00 443 Clinton Ransey, 1986-87

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3 -Point Field Goals Attempted 221 Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 193 James Madison, 1999-00 191 James Madison, 1997-98 188 Damon Stringer, 1999-00 184 Theo Dixon, 2000-01 181 Trevon Harmon, 2010-11 181 Jamaal Harris, 2000-01 178 James Madison, 1996-97 176 James Madison, 1998-99 171 Jeremy Montgomery, 2010-11 & 2009-10 3 -Point Field Goal Percentage (min 1.5/game) .456 Greg Allen, 1991-92 (57-125) .444 Modibo Niakate, 2002-03 (48-108) .441 Greg Allen, 1989-90 (41-93) .422 William Stanley, 1988-89 (49-116) .416 Craig Caldwell, 1994-95 (42-101) .409 Anthony Reed, 1992-93 (54-132) .404 Jeremy Montgomery, 2009-10 (69-171) .402 Malcolm Sims, 1996-97 (41-102) .401 Percell Coles, 2002-03 (61-152) .399 Raheem Moss, 2004-05 (63-158) .399 Percell Coles, 2003-04 (61-153) F ree Throws Made 227 Norris Cole, 2010-11 177 Ken McFadden, 1987-88 177 Ken McFadden, 1986-87 155 Clinton Ransey, 1984-85 147 J’Nathan Bullock, 2007-08 145 Dave Youdath, 1983-84 144 Ken McFadden, 1988-89 142 J’Nathan Bullock, 2008-09 141 Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 134 Franklin Edwards, 1980-81

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13.0 12.8 12.6 11.9

Assists 199 191 177 168 167 160 159 149 146 146 146

Theo Dixon Free Throws Attempted 266 Norris Cole, 2010-11 233 Ken McFadden, 1987-88 222 Ken McFadden, 1986-87 217 Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 197 Clinton Ransey, 1984-85 193 J’Nathan Bullock, 2008-09 192 Omari Westley, 2004-05 191 Cedric Jackson, 2007-08 190 J’Nathan Bullock, 2007-08 185 Dan Lee, 1971-72 F ree Throw Percentage (min. 2 FT/game) .882 Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 (134-152) .856 Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 (131-156) .853 Norris Cole, 2010-11 (227-266) .852 Greg Cobb, 1977-78 (92-108) .851 Jeremy Montgomery, 2009-10 (80-94) .847 Trevon Harmon, 2009-10 (61-72) .844 Craig Caldwell, 1993-94 (65-77) .844 James Madison, 1997-98 (54-64) .843 Damon Stringer, 1999-00 (113-134) .843 Craig Caldwell, 1992-93 (59-70)

Dave Kyle, 1975-76 Darren Tillis, 1981-82 Dennis Lenk, 1966-67 Gale Drummer, 1974-75 Cedric Jackson, 2008-09 (5.6) Norris Cole, 2010-11 (5.3) Ken McFadden, 1987-88 (5.9) Cedric Jackson, 2007-08 (4.9) Gravelle Craig, 1992-93 (5.9) Gravelle Craig, 1991-92 (5.5) Jim Les, 1981-82 (5.9) Kenny Robertson, 1989-90 (5.3) Norris Cole, 2009-10 (4.4) Ken McFadden, 1988-89 (6.9) Eddie Bryant, 1985-86 (4.4)

A ssists Per Game 7.0 Ken McFadden, 1988-89 6.0 Gravelle Craig, 1992-93 5.9 Ken McFadden, 1987-88 5.9 Jim Les, 1981-82 5.6 Cedric Jackson, 2008-09 5.5 Gravelle Craig, 1991-92 5.3 Norris Cole, 2010-11 5.3 Kenny Robertson, 1989-90 5.3 Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 5.0 Ron Harris, 1976-77 5.0 Craig Caldwell, 1994-95 Assist-To-Turnover Ratio 2.522 Shawn Hood, 1984-85 (111 asst., 44 TO) 2.517 Eddie Bryant, 1985-86 (146-58) 2.36 Shawn Hood, 1985-86 (111-47) 2.15 Lee Reed, 1982-83 (114-53) 2.10 Ron Harris, 1977-89 (97-46) 2.00 Norris Cole, 2010-11 (191-97) 1.97 Chuck Spieles, 1974-75 (59-30) 1.94 Gravelle Craig, 1992-93 (167-86) 1.92 Desmond Porter, 1990-91 (77-40) 1.85 Jim Less, 1981-82 (159-86) Steals 112 111 90 88 83

Cedric Jackson, 2008-09 Kenny Robertson, 1988-89 Kenny Robertson, 1987-88 Cedric Jackson, 2007-08 Ken McFadden, 1986-87

C onsecutive Free Throws Made 32 Damon Stringer, 1999-00 29 Trey Harmon, 2009-10 27 Ken McFadden, 1986-87 27 Jack Shaughnessy, 1949-50

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D’Aundray Brown, 2009-10 Norris Cole, 2010-11 Kenny Robertson, 1989-90 Clinton Ransey, 1986-87 Eddie Bryant, 1986-87

B locked Shots 64 Tahric Gosley, 2000-01 57 Pape Badiane, 2002-03 51 Darren Tillis, 1978-79 50 Darren Tillis, 1981-82 49 Tahric Gosley, 2002-03 48 Darren Tillis, 1980-81 48 Darren Tillis, 1979-80 47 Pape Badiane, 2003-04 40 George Tandy, 2007-08 40 Sam Mitchell, 1993-94 T urnovers 132 Cedric Jackson, 2008-09 131 Cedric Jackson, 2007-08 122 Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 119 Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 115 Franklin Edwards, 1978-79 113 Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 110 Omari Westley, 2003-04 110 Damon Stringer, 1999-00 108 Kenny Robertson, 1989-90 106 Theo Dixon, 1999-00 P ersonal Fouls 139 Aaron Pogue, 2010-11 128 Aaron Pogue, 2009-10 111 Michael Bowens, 1996-97 111 Kenny Robertson, 1989-90 111 Warren Bradley, 1986-87 106 Patrick Tatham, 2006-07 105 Chris Moore, 2008-09 104 George Tandy, 2008-09 102 Cedric Jackson, 2008-09 102 Michael Bowens, 1997-98

Rebounds 346 Darren Tillis, 1981-82 (12.8) 333 Weldon Kytle, 1963-64 (17.5) 333 Weldon Kytle, 1962-63 (18.5) 325 Dave Kyle, 1975-76 (13.0) 309 Darren Tillis, 1980-81 (11.4) 294 Dave Kyle, 1976-77 (10.9) 292 Warren Bradley, 1986-87 (8.8) 288 Eric Mudd, 1987-88 ( 9.6) 288 Weldon Kytle, 1964-65 (15.2) 287 Warren Bradley, 1988-89 (10.3) 287 Weldon Kytle, 1961-62 (15.1) R ebound Average 18.5 Weldon Kytle, 1962-63 17.5 Weldon Kytle, 1963-64 15.5 Harvey Smith, 1967-68 15.2 Weldon Kytle, 1964-65 15.1 Weldon Kytle, 1961-62 13.5 Dennis Lenk, 1965-66

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D isqualifications 13 Matt Taylor, 1972-73 12 Michael Bowens, 1996-97 10 Gale Drummer, 1972-73 9 Aaron Pogue, 2009-10 8 Sonny Johnson, 1999-00 8 Michael Bowens, 1997-98 8 Eric Nichelson, 1996-97 8 Warren Bradley, 1986-87 8 Andre Battle, 1977-78 8 Dan Lee, 1973-74 8 Bruce Hagins, 1970-71 8 Matt Taylor, 1970-71 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y 91


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I ndividual - C a r e e r G ames Played 140 Norris Cole, 2007-11 130 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 125 Eddie Bryant, 1983-87 125 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 124 Eric Mudd, 1983-88 120 Tahric Gosley, 1999-03 120 Warren Bradley, 1984-89 119 Kenny Robertson, 1986-90 117 Theo Dixon, 1997-02 117 Anthony Jackson, 1997-01

inutes Played M 4,114 Norris Cole, 2007-11 3,872 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 3,576 James Madison, 1996-00 3,539 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 3,467 Theo Dixon, 1997-2002 3,409 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 3,395 Jermaine Robinson, 2000-04 3,214 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 3,175 Eric Mudd, 1983-88 3,111 Dave Youdath, 1980-84

Consecutive Games Played 140 Norris Cole, 2007-11 130 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 125 Eddie Bryant, 1983-87 125 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 120 Tahric Gosley, 1999-03 119 Kenny Robertson, 1986-90 117 Anthony Jackson, 1997-01 113 James Madison, 1996-00 106 Jeremy Montgomery, 2008-SA 105 Darren Tillis, 1978-82

Points 2,256 2,235 1,978 1,946 1,800 1,576 1,572 1,423 1,408 1,408

G ames Started 124 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 122 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 107 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 106 Norris Cole, 2007-11 103 Theo Dixon, 1997-02 102 James Madison, 1996-00 100 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 98 Jermaine Robinson, 2000-04 98 Craig Caldwell, 1991-95 98 Darren Tillis, 1978-82

S coring Average 21.9 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 19.3 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 18.8 Weldon Kytle, 1961-65 18.6 Gale Drummer, 1972-75 18.2 George Kappos, 1950-52 16.8 Sam Mitchell, 1992-94 16.7 Dave Kyle, 1974-77 15.8 Omari Westley, 2003-05 15.6 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 15.6 Brian Parker, 1988-90

C areer Victories 91 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 90 Norris Cole, 2007-11 89 Eddie Bryant, 1983-87 89 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 88 Eric Mudd, 1983-88 84 Warren Bradley, 1984-89 81 Shawn Hood, 1983-87 78 Kenny Robertson, 1986-90 70 Steve Corbin, 1982-86 69 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09

Field Goals Made 906 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 800 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 744 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 677 Norris Cole, 2007-11 634 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 617 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 586 Weldon Kytle, 1961-65 573 Eric Mudd, 1983-88 540 James Madison, 1996-00 518 Theo Dixon, 1997-2002

Ken McFadden, 1985-89 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 Norris Cole, 2007-11 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 James Madison, 1996-00 Theo Dixon, 1997-02 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 Jermaine Robinson, 2000-04 Weldon Kytle, 1961-65

Ken McFadden F ield Goals Attempted 1,807 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 1,639 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 1,555 Norris Cole, 2007-11 1,511 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 1,429 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 1,377 Weldon Kytle, 1961-65 1,320 James Madison, 1996-00 1,291 Theo Dixon, 1997-02 1,185 Jermaine Robinson, 2000-04 1,165 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 F ield Goal Percentage (Minimum: 300 made) .661 Brian Parker, 1988-90 (323-489) .550 Dave Youdath, 1980-84 (476-866) .549 Steve Givens, 1988-91 (339-617) .546 Clinton Smith, 1984-86 (413-756) .544 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 (634-1,165) .544 Eric Mudd, 1983-88 (573-1,053) .534 Dave Kyle, 1974-77 (486-910) .522 Sam Mitchell, 1992-94 (352-674) .515 Gale Drummer, 1972-75 (452-877) .507 Andre Battle, 1976-80 (464-916)

C S U C a r e e r S c o r i n g Lea d ers Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T-9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Player.......................................Seasons Games Ken McFadden...........................1985-89 117 Franklin Edwards......................1977-81 102 Norris Cole.................................2007-11 140 Clinton Ransey..........................1983-87 125 J’Nathan Bullock.......................2005-09 130 James Madison..........................1996-00 113 Theo Dixon.............................1997-2002 117 Darren Tillis...............................1978-82 105 Weldon Kytle..............................1961-65 75 Jermaine Robinson....................2000-04 115 Eric Mudd..................................1983-88 124 Dave Youdath............................1980-84 111 Jamaal Harris........................1998-2002 116 Dave Kyle...................................1974-77 70 Andre Battle..............................1976-80 96 Anthony Reed............................1991-93 85 Gale Drummer...........................1972-75 56 Dennis Lenk...............................1963-67 76

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FG 800 906 677 744 617 540 518 634 586 461 573 476 430 486 464 397 452 388

3-Pt 59 — 139 13 72 262 146 — — 163 0 1 170 — — 143 — —

FT 597 423 485 445 494 234 390 155 236 323 256 353 274 196 201 186 135 256

Points 2,256 2,235 1,978 1,946 1,800 1,576 1,572 1,423 1,408 1,408 1,402 1,306 1,304 1,168 1,129 1,123 1,039 1,032

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AVG 19.3 21.9 14.1 15.6 13.8 13.9 13.4 13.6 18.8 12.2 11.3 11.8 11.2 16.7 11.8 13.2 18.6 13.6

3 -Point Field Goals Made 262 James Madison, 1996-00 171 Raheem Moss, 2004-07 170 Jamaal Harris, 1998-02 163 Jermaine Robinson, 2000-04 151 Jeremy Montgomery, 2008-SA 146 Theo Dixon, 1997-2002 144 William Stanley, 1987-90 143 Anthony Reed, 1990-93 140 Greg Allen, 1988-93 139 Norris Cole, 2007-11 135 Trevon Harmon, 2008-SA 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 738 James Madison, 1996-00 525 Jermaine Robinson, 1999-04 477 Jamaal Harris, 1998-02 476 Raheem Moss, 2004-07 433 Norris Cole, 2007-11 429 Trevon Harmon, 2008-SA 426 Jeremy Montgomery, 2008-SA 421 Theo Dixon, 1997-02 388 Anthony Reed, 1990-93 352 William Stanley, 1987-90

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2011-12 Vikings Assist-To-Turnover Ratio 1.97 Shawn Hood, 1983-87 (395 asst., 201 TO) 1.79 Gravelle Craig, 1990-93 (425-238) 1.78 Eddie Bryant, 1983-87 (435-245) 1.76 Jim Les, 1981-83 (188-67) 1.67 Chuck Spieles, 1972-75 (204-122) 1.62 Ron Harris, 1976-80 (283-175) 1.61 Norris Cole, 2007-11 (455-283) 1.55 Craig Caldwell, 1991-95 (455-293) 1.54 Walt Chavis, 2000-05 (381-247) 1.53 Lee Reed, 1979-83 (339-221)

3 -Point Field Goal Percentage (Minimum: 100 attempted) .433 Modibo Niakate, 2002-05 (65-150) .424 Greg Allen, 1988-93 (140-330) .409 William Stanley, 1987-90 (144-352) .399 Percell Coles, 2001-03 (130-326) .396 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 (59-149) .391 Trey Harmon, 2009-SA (135-429) .385 Gravelle Craig, 1990-93 (80-208) .372 Damon Stringer, 1999-00 (70-188) .369 Malcolm Sims, 1993-95, 96-97 (90-244) .369 Anthony Reed, 1990-93 (143-388) .354 Jeremy Montgomery, 2008-SA (151-426)

Steals 341 245 240 227 217 207 201 200 178 170

F ree Throws Made 597 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 494 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 485 Norris Cole, 2007-11 445 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 423 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 390 Theo Dixon, 1997-02 353 Dave Youdath, 1980-84 323 Jermaine Robinson, 2000-04 291 Mike Campbell, 1966-70 274 Jamaal Harris , 1998-02 F ree Throws Attempted 761 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 685 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 604 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 587 Norris Cole, 2007-11 520 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 504 Theo Dixon, 1997-2002 481 Jermaine Robinson, 2000-04 470 Dave Youdath, 1980-84 405 Derrick Zeigler, 1993-97 405 Eric Mudd, 1983-88 F ree Throw Percentage (Minimum: 200 attempted) .862 Greg Cobb, 1976-79 (188-218) .826 Norris Cole, 2007-11 (485-587) .814 Craig Caldwell, 1991-95 (240-295) .813 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 (423-520) .809 Trevon Harmon, 2008-SA (186-230) .793 Bruce Hagins, 1967-71 (165-208) .791 Jeremy Montgomery, 2008-SA (189-239) .784 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 (597-761) .780 James Madison, 1996-00 (234-300) .774 Theo Dixon, 1997-02 (390-504) .771 Dave Warren, 1965-69 (155-201) Rebounds 1,241 Weldon Kytle, 1961-65 1,045 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 935 Dennis Lenk, 1963-67 908 Warren Bradley, 1984-89 907 Eric Mudd, 1983-88 816 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 726 Dave Kyle, 1974-77 714 Juan Hill, 1991-95 666 Gale Drummer, 1972-75 647 Matt Taylor, 1968-73

Andre Battle

Eddie Bryant

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Dave Youdath Rebound Average 16.5 Weldon Kytle, 1961-65 12.3 Dennis Lenk, 1963-67 11.9 Gale Drummer, 1972-75 11.6 Harvey Smith, 1967-69 10.4 Dave Kyle, 1974-77 10.3 Ernie Kremling, 1960-63 10.0 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 9.5 John Neale, 1969-71 8.5 Omari Westley, 2003-05 8.2 Sam Mitchell, 1992-94 A ssists 463 459 455 455 435 425 420 395 381 367 339

Ken McFadden, 1985-89 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 Norris Cole, 2007-11 Craig Caldwell, 1991-95 Eddie Bryant, 1983-87 Gravelle Craig, 1990-93 Kenny Robertson, 1986-90 Shawn Hood, 1983-87 Walt Chavis, 2000-05 Cedric Jackson, 2007-09 Lee Reed, 1979-83

A ssists Per Game 5.5 Gravelle Craig, 1990-93 5.2 Cedric Jackson, 2007-09 4.5 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 4.3 Carlos English, 2005-07 4.1 Craig Caldwell, 1991-95 4.0 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 3.9 Walt Chavis, 2000-05 3.5 Kenny Robertson, 1986-90 3.5 Eddie Bryant, 1983-87 3.5 Shawn Hood, 1983-87

Shawn Hood

Kenny Robertson, 1986-90 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 Clinton Ransey, 1983-87 Shawn Hood, 1983-87 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 Norris Cole, 2007-11 Eddie Bryant, 1983-87 Cedric Jackson, 2007-09 Mike Sweeney, 1978-82 Steve Corbin, 1982-86

B locked Shots 197 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 180 Tahric Gosley, 1999-03 138 Pape Badiane, 2000-04 117 Shawn Fergus, 1989-93 74 George Tandy, 2007-09 66 Chris Moore, 2007-09 62 Sam Mitchell, 1992-94 58 Warren Bradley, 1984-89 57 Dave Youdath, 1980-84 55 JoVonn Jefferson, 1997-99 T urnovers 447 Franklin Edwards, 1977-81 363 Jermaine Robinson, 2000-04 363 Theo Dixon, 1997-02 341 Kenny Robertson, 1986-90 322 Ken McFadden, 1985-89 293 Craig Caldwell, 1991-95 290 Derrick Zeigler, 1993-97 283 Norris Cole, 2007-11 263 Cedric Jackson, 2007-09 263 Jamaal Harris, 1998-02 P ersonal Fouls 384 Kenny Robertson, 1986-90 349 Tahric Gosley, 1999-03 329 Warren Bradley, 1984-89 325 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 316 Patrick Tatham, 2003-07 306 Andre Battle, 1976-80 302 Theo Dixon, 1997-02 301 J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-09 299 Steve Corbin, 1982-86 291 Matt Taylor, 1968-69, 70-73 D isqualifications 27 Matt Taylor, 1968-69, 70-73 22 Kenny Robertson, 1986-90 22 Darren Tillis, 1978-82 21 Andre Battle, 1976-80 20 Michael Bowens, 1996-98 20 Warren Bradley, 1984-89 17 Gale Drummer, 1972-75 15 Aaron Pogue, 2009-SA 15 Tahric Gosley, 1999-03 13 Doc Taylor, 1999-01

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2011-12 Vikings Fr e sh m a n Re cor d s GAME Minutes: .43 by James Madison at Wright State, 2/1/97 43 by Eugene Miles at Eastern Michigan, 12/8/84 Points: ...................36 by Don Ross vs. Hiram, 12/1/66 FGA: .......................32 by Don Ross vs. Hiram, 12/1/66 FGM: .....................15 by Don Ross vs. Hiram, 12/1/66; 15 by Dave Warren vs. Western Reserve, 2/9/66 FG Pct.: .. .750 by Reggie Welch vs. UIC, 3/8/93 (9/12) .750 by Clinton Ransey at Valparaiso, 2/13/84 (9/12) 3FGA: ........ 11 by James Madison at Michigan, 11/30/96 3FGM: .5 done 11 times, last by J. Montgomery vs. UIC, 2/5/09 3FG Pct.: 1.000 by Charlie Woods vs. Toledo, 12/20/10 (5-5) FTA: . .....21 by J’Nathan Bullock at Kent State, 12/3/05 FTM: . .13 by Clinton Ransey vs. Northern Iowa, 3/9/84; 13 by Franklin Edwards at Robert Morris, 2/2/78 FT Pct.: .1.000 by Mike Redell vs. Youngstown St., 1/8/05 (10-10) Rebounds: .22 by John Neale vs. Central State, 1/12/70; 22 by Harvey Smith vs. Alliance, 1/27/68; 22 by Harvey Smith at Muskingum, 1/22/68 Assists: .................15 by Jim Les at Louisville, 2/25/82 Steals: ............ 7 by Mike Sweeney vs. Niagara, 1/6/79 Blocks: ... 5 by Darren Tillis at St. Francis (PA), 2/1/79; 5 by Darren Tillis at Siena, 12/23/78 SEASON Minutes Played: ........913 by James Madison, 1996-97 Average Minutes: ................. 32.9 by Jim Les, 1981-82 Games Played: ..... 37 by Jeremy Montgomery, 2008-09 Games Started: ............... 30 by Shawn Hood, 1983-84 Points: ................... 467 by Franklin Edwards, 1977-78 Scoring Avg.: ................19.1 by Weldon Kytle, 1961-62 FGA: ....................... 416 by Franklin Edwards, 1977-78 FGM: ...................... 190 by Franklin Edwards, 1977-78 FG Pct.: .....527 by Ken McFadden, 1985-86 (177-236) 3FGA: .........................178 by James Madison, 1996-97 3FGM: ..........................66 by James Madison, 1996-97 3FG Pct.: ..........461 by Frenchy Tomlin, 1987-88 (35-76) FTA: . ....................... 139 by J’Nathan Bullock, 2005-06 FTM: . ............................99 by Ken McFadden, 1985-86 FT Pct.: ..........787 by Craig Caldwell, 1991-92 (70-89) Rebounds: .....................287 by Weldon Kytle, 1961-62 Rebound Avg.: .............15.5 by Harvey Smith, 1967-68 Assists: .................................. 159 by Jim Les, 1981-82 Steals: ......................61 by Kenny Robertson, 1986-87; 61 by Shawn Hood, 1983-84 Blocks: .............................51 by Darren Tillis, 1978-79

S o p h o m o r e Re cor d s GAME Minutes: . ............ 56 by Jim Les at Kent State, 12/4/82 Points: ...............41 by Ken McFadden vs. UIC, 1/31/87 FGA: ...................29 by Ken McFadden vs. UIC, 1/31/87 FGM: .................................15 done three times, last by Franklin Edwards at Youngstown State, 3/1/79 FG Pct.: .............. .933 by John Neale vs. Indiana (PA), 12/5/70 (14-15) 3FGA: ............ 13 by Raheem Moss vs. Loyola, 2/23/05; 13 by Percell Coles at Detroit, 3/1/03; 13 by James Madison at Michigan, 11/19/97 3FGM: ......... 9 by Percell Coles at Duquesne, 11/27/02 3FG Pct.: ...857 by Raheem Moss vs. Clarion, 12/2/04 (6-7) FTA: . 21 by Mike Campbell vs. Buffalo State, 12/30/67 FTM: .19 by Mike Campbell vs. Buffalo State, 12/30/67 94 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

FT Pct.: .................. 1.000 by Clinton Ransey vs. Akron, 2/4/85 (16-16) Rebounds: ..... 27 by Weldon Kytle at Fredonia, 2/23/64 Assists: .. 12 by Walt Chavis vs. UW-Green Bay, 1/2/03; 12 by Jim Les vs. Denison, 11/27/82 Steals: . . 8 by Kenny Robertson vs. Western Illinois, 1/16/88; 8 by Ken McFadden vs. Canisius, 12/28/86 Blocks: .7 by Gale Drummer vs. Wichita State, 12/29/72 SEASON Minutes Played: ............1,213 by Norris Cole, 2008-09 Average Minutes: . ... 36.2 by Franklin Edwards, 1978-79 Games Played: ...................37 by Norris Cole, 2008-09 Games Started: ..................37 by Norris Cole, 2008-09 Points: ........................708 by Ken McFadden, 1986-87 Scoring Avg.: .............21.5 by Ken McFadden, 1986-87 FGA: ............................505 by Ken McFadden, 1986-87 FGM: ...........................259 by Ken McFadden, 1986-87 FG Pct.: .........555 by Darren Tillis, 1979-80 (127-229) 3FGA: .........................191 by James Madison, 1997-98 3FGM: ................... 69 by Jeremy Montgomery, 2009-10 3FG Pct.: ..............441 by Greg Allen, 1989-90 (41-93) FTA: . ...........................222 by Ken McFadden, 1986-87 FTM: . ..........................177 by Ken McFadden, 1986-87 FT Pct.: ..851 by Jeremy Montgomery, 2009-10 (80-94) Rebounds: .....................333 by Weldon Kytle, 1962-63 Rebound Avg.: ..............18.5 by Weldon Kytle, 1962-63 Assists: ...........................137 by Walt Chavis, 2002-03 Steals: .......................90 by Kenny Robertson, 1987-88 Blocks: ........................... 64 by Tahric Gosley, 2000-01

Ju n io r Reco r ds GAME Minutes: . ....... 54 by Juan Hill vs. Kent State, 12/23/93 Points: .39 by J’Nathan Bullock vs. Green Bay, 2/11/08; 39 by Franklin Edwards at Florida State, 2/18/80 FGA: ...................31 by Wilbur Starks vs. Ohio, 1/23/74 FGM: ...........18 by Wilbur Starks at Ball State, 1/19/74 FG Pct.: ...... 1.000 by Brian Parker vs. Eastern Illinois, 1/30/89 (12-12) 3FGA: ..... 16 by Percell Coles vs. North Carolina,11/29/03 3FGM: ....... 7 done three times, last by Percell Coles at Youngstown State, 1/10/04 3FG Pct.: ...............................875 by Jamaal Harris vs. UW-Green Bay, 1/25/01 (7-8) FTA: . ...............19 done twice, last by Omari Westley at Florida A&M, 11/25/03 FTM: . . 16 by Franklin Edwards vs. Pittsburgh, 1/23/80 FT Pct.: .1.000 by Norris Cole vs. Florida A&M, 11/18/09 (13-13); 1.000 by J’Nathan Bullock at South Florida, 11/9/07 (13-13) Rebounds: ...... 30 by Weldon Kytle vs. Malone, 2/13/64 Assists: .15 by Chuck Spieles vs. Youngstown St., 2/13/74 Steals: ......12 by Kenny Robertson vs. Wagner, 12/3/88 Blocks: ............... 7 by Pape Badiane vs. Butler, 2/24/03; 7 by Brian Parker vs. Slippery Rock, 11/26/88 SEASON Minutes Played: ..... 1,195 by Trevon Harmon, 2010-11 Average Minutes: .... 37.2 by Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 Games Played: ........... 36 by Trevon Harmon, 2010-11; ......36 by Jeremy Montgomery & Aaron Pogue, 2010-11 Games Started: .......... 36 by Trevon Harmon, 2010-11; ......36 by Jeremy Montgomery & Aaron Pogue, 2010-11 Points: ................... 637 by Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 Scoring Avg.: ........ 25.5 by Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 www.csuvikings.com

FGA: ....................... 486 by Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 FGM: ...................................255 by Dave Kyle, 1975-76 FG Pct.: ....... .664 by Brian Parker, 1988-89 (168-253) 3FGA: ................................184 by Theo Dixon, 2000-01 3FGM: .................................70 by Theo Dixon, 2000-01 3FG Pct.: ............456 by Greg Allen, 1991-92 (57-125) FTA: . ...........................233 by Ken McFadden, 1987-88 FTM: . ..........................177 by Ken McFadden, 1987-88 FT Pct.: .... .856 by Franklin Edwards, 1979-80 (131-153) Rebounds: .....................333 by Weldon Kytle, 1963-64 Rebound Avg.: ..............17.5 by Weldon Kytle, 1963-64 Assists: .......................177 by Ken McFadden, 1987-88 Steals: .....................111 by Kenny Robertson, 1988-89 Blocks: ..........................57 by Pape Badiane, 2002-03

Sen io r Re c or ds GAME Minutes: .47 by Raheem Moss at Central Mich., 12/17/06 Points: ....... 49 by Franklin Edwards at Xavier, 2/25/81 FGA: ........... 30 by Franklin Edwards at Xavier, 2/25/81 FGM: .......... 18 by Franklin Edwards at Xavier, 2/25/81 FG Pct.: ..900 by Andre Battle vs. Valparaiso, 2/23/80 (9-10) 3FGA: ........ 15 by Norris Cole at Old Dominion, 2/20/11 3-Pt. FGM:... 8 by Norris Cole at Old Dominion, 2/20/11 3FG Pct.: ......................... .833 done five times, last by Malcolm Sims vs. Detroit, 3/1/97 (5-6) FTA: . ........22 by Gale Drummer vs. Ball State, 1/18/75 FTM: . ..............15 by Norris Cole at Green Bay, 12/2/10 FT Pct.: .......1.000 by Steve Givens vs. Western Illinois, 1/14/91 (10-10); 1.000 by Franklin Edwards at Ohio St., 11/29/80 (10-10) Rebounds: ............26 by Weldon Kytle vs. Thiel, 2/6/65 Assists: ........... 16 by Ken McFadden vs. N. Iowa, 2/18/89 Steals: ....8 by Craig Caldwell at Wright State, 2/19/95 Blocks: ..........5 done seven times, last by Omari Westley vs. Wright State, 1/29/05 SEASON Minutes Played: ............... 1,285 by Norris Cole, 2010-11 Avg. Minutes: . ...... 37.4 by Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 Games Played: ........................37 by J’Nathan Bullock, Cedric Jackson, Chris Moore & George Tandy, 2008-09 Games Started: ....... 37 by J’Nathan Bullock, 2008-09; 37 by Cedric Jackson, 2008-09; 37 by Chris Moore, 2008-09 Points: ..............................780 by Norris Cole, 2010-11 Scoring Avg.: ........ 24.6 by Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 FGA: ..................................572 by Norris Cole, 2010-11 FGM: ...................... 265 by Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 FG Pct.: ....... .657 by Brian Parker (155/236), 1989-90 3FGA: .......................221 by Jermaine Robinson, 2003-04 3FGM: ......................... 70 by Damon Stringer, 1999-00 3FG Pct.: .....416 by Craig Caldwell, 1994-95 (42-101) FTA: . .................................266 by Norris Cole, 2010-11 FTM: . ................................227 by Norris Cole, 2010-11 FT Pct.: .... .882 by Franklin Edwards, 1980-81 (134-152) Rebounds: ......................346 by Darren Tillis, 1981-82 Rebound Avg.: ..............15.2 by Weldon Kytle, 1964-65 Assists: ...................... 199 by Cedric Jackson, 2008-09 Steals: ...................... 112 by Cedric Jackson, 2008-09 Blocks: .............................50 by Darren Tillis, 1981-82

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Scoring Season 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54 1952-53 1951-52 1950-51

Rebounds

Player........................ GP FG -FGA Pct 3FG -FGA Pct. FT -FTA Pct Pts Norris Cole...................36 251 -572 .439 51 -149 .342 227 -266 .853 780 Norris Cole...................33 185 -428 .432 38 -111 .342 131 -164 .799 539 J’Nathan Bullock.........37 192 -455 .422 36 -117 .308 142 -193 .736 562 J’Nathan Bullock.........34 165 -365 .453 25 -77 .325 147 -190 .774 502 J’Nathan Bullock.........31 143 -344 .416 11 -44 .250 122 -163 .748 419 J’Nathan Bullock.........28 117 -266 .440 0 -0 — 83 -139 .597 317 Omari Westley.............23 130 -259 .502 6 -32 .188 127 -192 .661 393 Jermaine Robinson......29 182 -477 .382 63 -221 .285 141 -217 .650 568 Modibo Niakate...........26 95 -217 .438 48 -108 .444 71 -93 .763 309 Jamaal Harris..............28 142 -341 .416 58 -163 .356 93 -132 .705 435 Theo Dixon...................32 192 -474 .405 70 -184 .380 123 -155 .794 577 Damon Stringer...........30 195 -447 .436 70 -188 .372 113 -134 .843 573 James Madison............28 146 -337 .433 61 -176 .347 67 -82 .817 420 James Madison............27 145 -365 .397 68 -191 .356 56 -64 .875 412 Malcolm Sims..............28 129 -323 .399 41 -102 .402 97 -144 .674 396 Eric Nichelson.............26 104 -216 .481 0 -2 .000 90 -113 .796 298 Jamal Jackson.............27 167 -366 .456 6 -26 .231 102 -140 .729 442 Sam Mitchell...............27 184 -363 .507 3 -21 .143 84 -130 .646 455 Sam Mitchell...............27 168 -311 .540 12 -25 .480 106 -181 .586 454 Anthony Reed..............29 140 -353 .397 42 -129 .326 62 -85 .729 384 Mike Wawrzyniak.........28 141 -301 .468 26 -69 .377 71 -109 .651 379 Brian Parker................26 155 -236 .657 0 0 — 119 -174 .684 429 Ken McFadden.............21 159 -343 .464 18 -47 .383 144 -176 .818 480 Ken McFadden.............30 205 -455 .451 28 -67 .418 177 -233 .760 615 Ken McFadden.............33 259 -505 .513 13 -35 .371 177 -222 .797 708 Clinton Smith..............33 226 -400 .565 0 -0 — 81 -123 .659 533 Clinton Ransey............29 190 -356 .534 0 -0 — 155 -197 .787 535 Dave Youdath..............30 133 -243 .547 0 -0 — 145 -184 .788 411 Dave Youdath..............28 181 -329 .550 1 -1 1.000 103 -143 .720 466 Darren Tillis.................27 204 -388 .526 60 -98 .612 468 Franklin Edwards........27 256 -503 .509 134 -152 .882 664 Franklin Edwards........25 253 -486 .521 131 -153 .856 637 Franklin Edwards........25 198 -402 .493 71 -93 .763 467 Franklin Edwards........25 190 -416 .457 87 -122 .713 467 Dave Kyle.....................27 174 -340 .512 79 -125 .632 427 Dave Kyle.....................25 255 -469 .544 103 -147 .701 613 Wilbur Starks...............24 199 -387 .514 30 -39 .769 428 Wilbur Starks...............19 124 -272 .456 28 -41 .683 276 Gale Drummer.............23 190 -367 .518 46 -70 .657 426 Dan Lee.......................26 146 -353 .414 127 -185 .686 419 Sam Thomas...............25 159 -360 .442 46 -77 .597 364 LaMoyne Porter............26 154 -353 .436 76 -95 .800 384 Mike Campbell............26 126 -284 .444 108 -146 .740 360 Mike Campbell............22 111 -258 .430 125 -166 .753 347 Don Ross.....................21 154 -381 .404 75 -112 .670 383 Denny Lenk..................18 113 -258 .438 64 -88 .727 290 Weldon Kytle................19 148 -347 .427 74 -101 .733 370 Weldon Kytle................19 165 -377 .438 53 -77 .688 383 Weldon Kytle................18 120 -301 .399 52 -92 .565 292 Weldon Kytle................19 153 -352 .435 57 -84 .679 363 Tony Fedor...................19 135 -329 .410 84 -133 .632 354 Tony Fedor...................19 132 -339 .389 71 -111 .640 335 Bob Dulskis.................19 134 47 -99 .475 315 Bob Dulskis.................19 112 -308 .364 46 -92 .500 270 N/A John Harper.................18 250 Dick Sutch...................17 78 55 -70 .786 211 Fred Infield..................19 321 N/A.................................. George Kappos............16 280 George Kappos............17 328

Michael Bowens

Mike Campbell

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Juan Hill

Avg 21.3 16.3 15.2 14.8 13.5 11.3 17.1 19.6 11.9 15.5 18.0 19.1 15.0 15.3 14.1 11.5 16.4 16.9 16.8 13.2 13.5 16.5 22.9 20.5 21.5 16.2 18.4 13.7 16.6 17.3 24.6 25.5 18.7 18.7 15.8 24.5 17.8 14.5 18.5 16.1 14.6 14.8 13.8 15.8 18.2 16.1 19.5 20.2 16.2 19.1 18.6 17.6 16.6 14.2 13.9 12.4 16.9

Season 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58

Player...........................GP Aaron Pogue.................. 36 D’Aundray Brown........... 32 J’Nathan Bullock........... 37 J’Nathan Bullock........... 34 J’Nathan Bullock........... 31 Patrick Tatham.............. 28 Omari Westley............... 23 Omari Westley............... 28 Tharic Gosley................. 30 Theo Dixon..................... 28 Kevin Ross.................... 30 Kevin Ross.................... 30 Theo Dixon . .................. 28 Michael Bowens............ 27 Michael Bowens............ 28 Derrick Zeigler............... 26 Jamal Jackson............... 27 Juan Hill........................ 29 Sam Mitchell................. 27 Juan Hill........................ 29 Steve Givens................. 28 Steve Givens................. 28 Warren Bradley.............. 28 Eric Mudd...................... 30 Warren Bradley.............. 33 Eric Mudd...................... 33 Eric Mudd...................... 28 Dave Youdath................ 30 Dave Youdath................ 28 Darren Tillis................... 27 Darren Tillis................... 27 Darren Tillis................... 26 Darren Tillis................... 25 Robert Carman.............. 25 Dave Kyle...................... 27 Dave Kyle...................... 25 Gale Drummer............... 24 Pat Lyons....................... 26 Gale Drummer............... 23 Dan Lee......................... 26 Matt Taylor.................... 24 John Neale..................... 25 Sam Thomas................. 23 Harvey Smith................. 17 Denny Lenk.................... 21 Denny Lenk.................... 18 Weldon Kytle.................. 19 Weldon Kytle.................. 19 Weldon Kytle.................. 18 Weldon Kytle.................. 19 Ernie Kremling.............. 19 Gary Bohn..................... 19 Bob Dulskis................... 19 Bob Dulskis................... 19

Reb 221 180 261 226 202 168 191 241 188 169 192 170 161 157 165 161 220 241 215 169 237 221 287 288 292 274 183 232 231 346 309 217 173 157 294 325 274 141 273 274 191 278 221 263 264 243 288 333 333 287 189 123 181 173

Avg 6.1 5.6 7.1 6.6 6.5 6.0 8.1 8.6 6.3 6.0 6.4 5.7 5.8 5.8 5.9 6.2 8.1 8.3 8.0 5.8 8.5 7.9 10.3 9.6 8.8 8.3 6.5 7.7 8.3 12.8 11.4 8.3 6.9 6.3 10.9 13.0 11.4 5.4 11.9 10.5 8.0 11.1 9.6 15.5 12.6 13.5 15.2 17.5 18.5 15.1 9.9 6.5 9.5 9.1

17.5 19.3

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Wilbur Starks

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Fi eld Goal P c t . Season 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

Player...........................FG -FGA Aaron Pogue................ 111 -215 D’Aundray Brown......... 111 -215 Norris Cole.................. 187 -413 J’Nathan Bullock......... 165 -364 J’Nathan Bullock......... 143 -344 Ije Nwankwo.................. 74 -161 Omari Westley............. 130 -259 Omari Westley............. 142 -296 Pape Badiane................ 72 -135 Jamaal Harris.............. 142 -341 Theo Dixon................... 192 -474 Damon Stringer........... 195 -447 James Madison........... 146 -337 James Madison........... 145 -365 James Madison........... 120 -287 Eric Nichelson............. 104 -216 Jamal Jackson............. 167 -366 Sam Mitchell............... 184 -363 Sam Mitchell............... 168 -311 Gravelle Craig............. 133 -277 Steve Givens............... 148 -265 Brian Parker................ 155 -236 Brian Parker................ 168 -253 Eric Mudd.................... 227 -399 Ken McFadden............. 259 -505 Clinton Smith.............. 226 -400 Clinton Ransey............ 190 -356 Clinton Ransey............ 159 -341 Dave Youdath.............. 181 -329 Dave Youdath.............. 133 -244 Darren Tillis................. 200 -352 Darren Tillis................. 127 -229 Franklin Edwards........ 198 -402

A s s is t s Pct .516 .516 .453 .453 .416 .460 .502 .480 .533 .416 .405 .436 .433 .397 .418 .481 .456 .507 .540 .480 .558 .657 .664 .569 .513 .565 .534 .466 .550 .545 .568 .555 .493

Season 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58

Player...........................FG -FGA Greg Cobb................... 171 -346 Dave Kyle.................... 174 -340 Dave Kyle.................... 255 -469 Wilbur Starks.............. 199 -387 Wilbur Starks.............. 124 -272 Gale Drummer............. 190 -367 John Major................... 137 -305 Sam Thomas............... 159 -360 John Neale................... 125 -272 Mike Campbell............ 126 -284 Dave Warren................ 115 -251 Don Ross..................... 154 -381 Dennis Lenk................ 113 -258 Weldon Kytle................ 148 -347 Dennis Lenk................ 103 -215 Dennis Turkall............. 115 -275 Weldon Kytle................ 153 -352 Tony Fedor................... 135 -329 Tony Fedor................... 132 -339 Bob Dulskis................. 134 -339 John Harper................... 92 -228

Pape Badiane

Pct. .494 .512 .544 .514 .456 .518 .449 .442 .460 .444 .458 .404 .438 .426 .479 .418 .435 .410 .389 .395 .404

Don Ross

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Season 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99

Pct .413 .404 .305 .390 .384 .378 .399 .416 .444 .355 .381 .372 .347

Season 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

Player.........................3FG -3FGA James Madison............. 68 -191 Malcolm Sims............... 41 -102 Joe Rey.......................... 24 -68 Craig Caldwell.............. 42 -101 Malcolm Sims............... 28 -70 Anthony Reed ............... 54 -132 Greg Allen..................... 57 -125 Anthony Reed................ 47 -127 Greg Allen..................... 41 -93 William Stanley............. 49 -116 Frenchy Tomlin.............. 35 -76 Clinton Ransey.............. 13 -25

Player....................... GP Blocks Avg Charlie Woods............30 29 1.0 Aaron Pogue...............33 17 0.5 Chris Moore................37 37 1.0 George Tandy..............33 40 1.2 Kevin Francis.............18 25 1.4 Ije Nwankwo...............20 15 0.8 Omari Westley............23 25 1.1 Pape Badiane.............18 47 2.6 Pape Badiane.............30 57 1.9 Tahric Gosley..............28 34 1.2 Tahric Gosley..............32 64 2.0 Tahric Gosley..............30 33 1.1 JoVonn Jefferson.........25 34 1.4 JoVonn Jefferson.........24 21 0.9 Michael Bowens.........28 20 0.7 Eric Nichelson............26 14 0.5 Gary Meeks.................26 22 0.8 Sam Mitchell..............27 40 1.5

Season 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78

Player....................... GP Blocks Avg Shawn Fergus............28 33 1.2 Walter Evans..............28 29 1.0 Shawn Fergus............28 36 1.3 Shawn Fergus............27 24 0.9 Brian Parker...............28 23 0.8 Warren Bradley...........30 15 0.5 Ray Foster..................30 15 0.5 Warren Bradley...........33 19 0.6 Bob Crawford.............33 25 0.8 Bob Crawford.............21 19 0.9 Dave Youdath.............30 16 0.5 Dave Youdath.............28 23 0.8 Darren Tillis................27 50 1.9 Darren Tillis................27 48 1.8 Darren Tillis................26 48 1.8 Darren Tillis................25 51 2.0 Bob Carman...............25 12 0.5

Player.........................3FG -3FGA Tim Kamczyc................. 33 -80 Jeremy Montgomery....... 69 -171 Norris Cole.................... 40 -131 Cedric Jackson.............. 46 -118 Carlos English............... 28 -73 Raheem Moss................ 56 -148 Raheem Moss................ 63 -158 Percell Coles................. 42 -101 Modibo Niakate............. 48 -108 Jamaal Harris................ 58 -163 Jamaal Harris................ 69 -181 Damon Stringer............. 70 -188 James Madison............. 61 -176

Pct .356 .402 .353 .416 .400 .409 .456 .370 .441 .422 .461 .520

Bl ocks Season 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94

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Season 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72

Player....................... GP Assists Avg Norris Cole.................36 191 5.3 Norris Cole.................33 146 4.4 Cedric Jackson...........37 199 5.4 Cedric Jackson...........34 168 4.9 Carlos English............18 74 4.1 Carlos English............28 130 4.6 Walt Chavis................26 110 4.2 Walt Chavis................20 74 3.7 Walt Chavis................28 137 4.9 Jermaine Robinson.....28 82 2.9 Jermaine Robinson.....29 82 2.8 Damon Stringer..........30 108 3.6 Melvin McKey.............27 91 3.4 James Madison..........27 61 2.3 Malcolm Sims............28 107 3.8 Joe Rey.......................26 65 2.5 Craig Caldwell...........26 129 5.0 Craig Caldwell...........27 122 4.5 Gravelle Craig............28 167 6.0 Gravelle Craig............29 160 5.5 Gravelle Craig............20 98 4.9 Kenny Robertson........28 149 5.3 Ken McFadden............21 146 7.0 Ken McFadden............30 177 5.9 Eddie Bryant..............33 100 3.0 Eddie Bryant..............33 146 4.4 Shawn Hood...............29 111 3.8 Shawn Hood...............30 129 4.3 Lee Reed....................28 114 4.1 Jim Les.......................27 159 5.9 Frank Edwards...........27 142 5.3 Frank Edwards...........25 117 4.7 Frank Edwards...........25 119 4.8 Ron Harris..................24 97 4.0 Ron Harris..................27 136 5.0 Joe Guilfoyle...............25 72 2.9 Jeff Solomon...............24 91 3.8 Chuck Spieles............26 93 3.6 Chuck Spieles............22 52 2.4 Mike Guilfoyle.............26 79 3.0

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

Player...........................GP Steals Norris Cole................... 36 80 D’Aundray Brown.......... 32 81 Cedric Jackson............. 37 112 Cedric Jackson............. 34 88 Patrick Tatham............. 31 43 Carlos English.............. 28 48 Walt Chavis.................. 26 53 Walt Chavis.................. 20 34 Walt Chavis.................. 28 47 Theo Dixon.................... 28 45 Jamaal Harris............... 32 42 Damon Stringer............ 30 53 James Madison............ 28 46 Michael Bowens........... 27 30 Malcolm Sims.............. 28 45 Derrick Zeigler.............. 26 27 Craig Caldwell............. 26 42 Craig Caldwell............. 27 43 Gravelle Craig.............. 28 44 Gravelle Craig.............. 29 52 Gravelle Craig.............. 20 27 Steve Givens................ 28 27 Kenny Robertson.......... 28 79 Kenny Robertson.......... 28 111 Kenny Robertson.......... 30 90 Ken McFadden.............. 33 83 Clinton Ransey............. 33 67 Shawn Hood................. 29 60 Shawn Hood................. 30 61 Steve Corbin................. 26 41 Mike Sweeney............... 22 66 Franklin Edwards......... 27 63 Franklin Edwards......... 25 51 Franklin Edwards......... 25 35 Franklin Edwards......... 25 41

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Avg 2.2 2.5 3.0 2.6 1.4 1.7 2.0 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.3 1.8 1.6 1.1 1.6 1.0 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.8 1.4 1.0 2.8 4.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.1 2.0 1.6 3.0 2.3 2.0 1.4 1.6

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Fr ee Thr ow P c t . Season 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92

Player........................... FT -FTA Norris Cole.................. 227 -266 Jeremy Montgomery....... 80 -94 Norris Cole.................... 78 -97 J’Nathan Bullock......... 147 -190 Joe Davis....................... 51 -66 Ije Nwankwo.................. 71 -102 Mike Redell................... 47 -61 Omari Westley............. 124 -175 Modibo Niakate............. 71 -93 Theo Dixon................... 107 -139 Theo Dixon................... 123 -155 Damon Stringer........... 113 -134 James Madison............. 67 -82 James Madison............. 54 -64 Eric Nichelson............... 79 -106 Eric Nichelson............... 90 -113 Jamal Jackson............. 102 -140 Craig Caldwell.............. 65 -77 Craig Caldwell.............. 59 -70 Craig Caldwell.............. 70 -89

Pct .853 .851 .804 .774 .773 .696 .770 .709 .763 .770 .794 .843 .817 .844 .745 .796 .729 .844 .843 .787

Season 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73

Player........................... FT -FTA Steve Givens................. 73 -102 Steve Givens............... 104 -144 Ken McFadden............. 144 -176 Ken McFadden............. 177 -233 Ken McFadden............. 177 -222 Ken McFadden............... 99 -130 Clinton Ransey............ 155 -197 Dave Youdath.............. 145 -184 Dave Youdath.............. 103 -143 Mike Sweeney................ 52 -66 Franklin Edwards........ 134 -152 Franklin Edwards........ 131 -153 Greg Cobb..................... 66 -79 Greg Cobb..................... 92 -108 Dave Kyle...................... 79 -125 Dave Kyle.................... 103 -147 Gale Drummer............... 49 -86 Chuck Spieles............... 52 -70 Pat Lyons....................... 51 -74

Pct. .716 .722 .818 .760 .797 .762 .787 .788 .720 .788 .882 .856 .835 .852 .632 .701 .570 .743 .689

Season 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54 1949-50

Player........................... FT -FTA Mike Guilfoyle................ 71 -96 Bruce Hagins................ 91 -111 LaMoyne Porter.............. 76 -95 Mike Campbell............ 108 -146 Dave Warren.................. 52 -68 Dennis Lenk.................. 62 -87 Dave Warren.................. 62 -79 Dennis Lenk.................. 73 -99 Dan O’Shaughnessy...... 35 -49 Dennis Turkall............... 38 -49 Weldon Kytle.................. 57 -84 Tony Fedor..................... 84 -133 Dick Sutch................... 105 -150 Frank Mignoli................ 58 -90 Frank Mignoli................ 49 -68 N/A Dennis Behrman........... 44 -62 Dick Sutch..................... 55 -70 Fred Infield.................... 61 -100 Jack Shaughnessy......... 99 -133

Pct. .740 .820 .800 .740 .765 .713 .785 .737 .714 .776 .679 .632 .700 .644 .711 .710 .785 .610 .744

Year -By-Yea r C S U Te a m S t a t is t ic s Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66

G FG -FGA Pct. 3FG -3FGA Pct. 36 859 -1980 .434 237 -695 .341 33 796 -1,802 .442 214 -614 .349 37 882 -2,043 .432 180 -578 .311 34 813 -1,853 .439 152 -503 .302 31 689 -1,752 .393 198 -648 .306 28 646 -1,610 .401 156 -473 .330 26 610 -1,438 .424 177 -522 .321 29 650 -1,592 .408 158 -511 .309 30 687 -1,540 .446 177 -477 .371 28 666 -1,497 .445 147 -450 .327 32 727 -1,717 .422 196 -531 .369 30 793 -1,828 .434 172 -495 .347 28 696 -1,554 .448 137 -411 .333 27 595 -1,490 .399 130 -391 .332 28 603 -1,488 .405 157 -454 .346 26 566 -1,393 .406 120 -386 .311 27 734 -1,651 .445 98 -294 .333 29 769 -1,791 .429 106 -352 .301 28 760 -1,605 .474 151 -399 .378 29 733 -1,655 .443 149 -373 .399 28 778 -1,606 .484 83 -240 .346 28 877 -1,788 .490 127 -343 .370 28 937 -1,878 .499 99 -270 .367 30 953 -1,967 .484 106 -245 433 33 1023 -2,143 .477 48 -116 .414 33 1156 -2,209 .523 29 902 -1,818 .496 30 845 -1,727 .489 28 797 -1,739 .458 27 827 -1,658 .499 27 882 -1,721 .512 26 874 -1,704 .513 25 772 -1,528 .505 25 698 -1,475 .473 27 812 -1,739 .467 25 729 -1,671 .436 24 773 -1,622 .477 26 784 -1,765 .444 23 696 -1,649 .422 26 733 -1,835 .399 25 728 -1,639 .430 26 716 -1,759 .407 15 659 -1,529 .431 11 572 -1,436 .398 11 613 -1,487 .412 18 522 -1,335 .391

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FT -FTA 601 -822 477 -637 511 -729 503 -717 398 -558 355 -547 375 -540 411 -636 418 -634 384 -596 546 -795 508 -731 449 -697 423 -645 448 -680 335 -507 426 -655 445 -694 467 -690 425 -621 367 -565 447 -691 432 -698 508 -819 661 -944 622 -921 560 -816 517 -745 375 -554 378 -566 327 -471 367 -507 338 -491 374 -570 323 -493 255 -381 226 -352 314 -449 267 -413 400 -636 404 -615 370 -553 386 -583 408 -631 326 -506 309 -452

Pct. .731 .749 .701 .702 .713 .649 .694 .646 .659 .644 .687 .695 .644 .656 .659 .661 .650 .641 .677 .684 .650 .647 .612 .620 .700 .675 .686 .694 .667 .668 .694 .724 .688 .656 .665 .669 .642 .699 .646 .632 .657 .669 .622 .647 .644 .684

Reb 1,214 975 1,267 1,180 1,026 995 871 1,042 943 988 1,185 1,122 1,038 998 921 836 1,050 1,183 1,027 1,028 989 1,107 1,124 1,222 1,246 1,268 1,055 990 1,077 1,097 1,035 1,021 886 840 1,031 935 981 840 1,079 1,267 1,135 1,195 1,175 1,073 1,037 939

Avg. Margin Assists TO Steals Blocks 33.7 -1.2 427 412 269 99 29.5 -4.4 431 405 293 61 34.2 +0.4 512 454 320 118 34.7 +3.1 416 477 254 116 33.1 -3.5 360 420 231 125 35.5 -2.1 366 451 230 82 33.5 -0.4 376 430 204 50 35.9 -0.5 334 534 199 117 31.4 -3.4 406 517 212 132 35.3 -0.9 316 454 220 128 37.0 +3.1 324 488 210 130 37.4 +2.1 358 488 265 83 37.1 +4.2 364 499 240 83 37.0 +1.8 277 502 204 87 32.9 -2.7 344 468 220 67 32.2 -3.6 287 447 140 49 38.9 -3.6 407 447 242 91 40.8 +1.4 408 523 215 78 36.7 +0.4 464 440 184 87 35.4 -0.5 401 472 200 87 35.3 +2.4 442 433 149 73 39.5 +5.2 474 469 226 66 40.1 +4.1 496 452 317 78 40.7 +6.0 466 520 376 75 37.8 +1.8 380 534 473 76 38.4 +7.4 555 452 436 61 36.4 +4.5 386 411 300 67 33.0 +1.5 441 474 322 75 38.4 -1.8 420 489 190 87 40.6 +5.3 486 217 100 38.3 +2.0 358 183 86 39.3 +2.1 433 214 107 35.4 +0.2 385 193 86 33.6 360 110 34 38.2 +0.8 373 37.4 -3.1 327 40.9 -1.1 329 32.3 -6.9 333 46.9 -2.4 310 48.7 -5.0 168 45.4 -7.6 46.0 -3.4 45.2 48.8 49.4 52.2

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Points 2,556 2,283 2,455 2,281 1,974 1,803 1,772 1,871 1,969 1,863 2,192 2,266 1,978 1,743 1,811 1,587 1,992 2,089 2,138 2,040 2,006 2,328 2,405 2,520 2,755 2,934 2,364 2,207 1,973 2,032 2,091 2,115 1,882 1,770 1,947 1,710 1,772 1,882 1,659 1,866 1,860 1,802 1,704 1,552 1,552 1,353

Avg. 71.0 69.2 66.4 67.1 63.7 64.4 68.2 64.5 65.6 66.5 68.5 75.5 70.6 64.6 64.7 61.0 73.8 72.0 76.4 70.3 71.6 83.1 85.9 84.0 83.5 88.9 81.5 73.6 70.5 75.3 77.4 81.3 75.3 70.8 72.1 68.4 73.8 72.4 72.1 71.8 74.4 69.3 65.5 70.5 73.9 75.2

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2011-12 Vikings Varsity ”C“ Club Athlete of the Year 1980-81.......... Franklin Edwards 1979-80.......... Franklin Edwards 1975-76...................... Dave Kyle 1974-75...............Gale Drummer 1963-64..................Weldon Kytle

Varsity ”C“ Club Player of the Year 2010-11.................... Norris Cole 2009-10.................... Norris Cole 2008-09........... J’Nathan Bullock Cedric Jackson 2007-08........... J’Nathan Bullock Cedric Jackson 2006-07........... J’Nathan Bullock 2005-06............. No Award Given 2004-05............. No Award Given 2003-04........Jermaine Robinson 2002-03.............Andre’ Williams 2001-02.....................Theo Dixon 2000-01.....................Theo Dixon 1999-00.............Damon Stringer 1998-99............JoVonn Jefferson 1997-98............ Michael Bowens 1996-97............... Malcolm Sims 1995-96............... Eric Nichelson 1994-95...............Jamal Jackson 1993-94.................Sam Mitchell 1992-93............... Gravelle Craig Anthony Reed 1991-92............... Gravelle Craig 1990-91................. Steve Givens 1989-90..................Brian Parker 1988-89...............Ken McFadden 1987-88...............Ken McFadden 1986-87...............Ken McFadden Clinton Ransey 1985-86................Clinton Smith 1984-85..............Clinton Ransey Clinton Smith 1983-814..............Dave Youdath 1982-83................Dave Youdath 1981-82...................Darren Tillis 1980-81.......... Franklin Edwards 1979-80.......... Franklin Edwards 1978-79.......... Franklin Edwards 1977-78..................... Greg Cobb 1976-77...................... Dave Kyle 1975-76...................... Dave Kyle 1974-75...............Gale Drummer 1973-74.........................Dan Lee 1972-73...............Gale Drummer 1971-72.........................Dan Lee 1970-71................ Bruce Hagins 1969-70..............LaMoyne Porter 1968-69......... Michael Campbell 1967-68......... Michael Campbell 1966-67.................. Dennis Lenk 1965-66.................. Dennis Lenk 1964-65..................Weldon Kytle 1963-64..................Weldon Kytle 1962-63..................Weldon Kytle 98 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

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D

Ailes, Richard 1943-46 Akins, Don 1989-90 Allen, Derek 1991-92 Allen, Greg 1989-90-92-93 Anderson, Harry 1958 Anderson, Kevin 2010 Arnett, Carter 1998-99 Arthur, Larry 1973-74-75-76 Asher, Ed 1947 Ashmus, Richard 1941 Aufmuth, Eugene 1934 Avis, Dan 1947-48-49-50 Ayers, Frank 1975

B

Badiane, Pape 2001-02-03-04 Balliett, Paul 1939 Barber, Doug 2005 Baron, Henry 1951-52 Barrett, David 1999-00 Bartel, Bill 1965 Barthol, Herb 1989 Battle, Andre 1977-78-79-80 Beadle, John 1952-54 Bednar, Joe 1966 Behrman, Dennis 1956-57-58 Belter, Steve 1993 Bent, John 1933-34 Bessai, Herb 1938-39 Blackman, Tom 1967 Boczkiewicz, Dale 1964 Bohn, Gary 1960-61-62 Bolden, Larry 1994 Boone, George 1932-33-34 Borckardt, Bob 1963-64-65 Bowens, Michael 1997-98 Bowie, Steve 1998-99 Bracken, Terry 1965 Bradley, Warren 1985-87-88-89 Bragg, Tom 1984 Brewster, Gary 1997-98 Broadaway, Charles 1958 Brooks, Keldrick 1998 Brown, D’Aundray 2008-09-10 Bryant, Donovan 1960 Bryant, Eddie 1984-85-86-87 Bullock, J’Nathan 2006-07-08-09 Bunce, Bill 1938-39-40 Burge, Jonathan 2003

C

Caldwell, Craig 1992-93-94-95 Calhoun, Jerrod 2002-03 Campbell, Mike 1968-69-70 Carman, Robert 1977-78-79 Case, Donald 1939 Chavis, Walt 2002-03-04-05 Cobb, Greg 1977-78-79 Colbert, Dave 1982-83 Cole, Norris 2008-09-10-11 Coles, Percell 2002-03-04 Conkle, Ray 1947-50 Connaughton, Mike 1976 Connors, Bill 1939 Cooper, Don 1971 Corbin, Steve 1984-85-86 Crabtree, Elmer 1930 Craig, Gravelle 1991-92-93 Crawford, Bob 1985-86 Carwford, Tristan 2007 Croom, Larry 1975-76-77 Crumble, Ricardo 1999-00 Cunnan, Howard 1931-32-33-34 Cunningham, Jared 2010

Dadas, Al 1967-68-69 Damel, Charles 1931 Dames, Christopher 1997 Davis, George 1938-39-40 Davis, Joe 2007-08 Dellinger, Matt 1993-94 DeStephanis, John 1970 Dixon, Herb 1988 Dixon, Theo 1998-99-01-02 Donia, Frank 1943 Donia, Phil 1943 Dronzek, David 1972-73-74 Drummer, Gale 1973-75 Dulskis, Bob 1956-58-59 Dunkle, Henry 1947-50 Duszynski, Greg 1980-81-82 Dysert, Harry 1947-48-49

E

Edwards, Franklin 1978-79-80-81 English, Carlos 2006-07 Eppinger, Daitwan, 2009 Evans, Bill 1982 Evans, Walter 1992-93

F

Fedor, Anthony 1958-59-60-61 Fergus, Shawn 1990-91-92-93 Ferrato, Blaise 1950-51 Fields, Renard 2006-07-08-09 Ford, Mickey 1943 Foster, Ray 1988 Foti, Tom 1937-38 Francis, Kevin 2007-08 Frankenhauser, Joe 1951-52-53 Friedman, Allan 1948 Frost, Howard 1953-54-55-56 Furlong, Jim 1968

G

Gannon, Mark 1991-92-93 Gansey, Steve 2005-06 Gapinski, George 1942 Gardner, Malcomb 1975-76 Geniusz, Ken 1960-61-63 Gholson, Ed 1976 Gidich, Dave 1970-71 Giesz, Mike 1940 Givens, Steve 1989-90-91 Golston, Keith 1976 Gosley, Tahric 2000-01-02-03 Gottschalk, Vern 1933 Gower, Wilbert 1946 Gray, Bob 1964 Green, Sebron 1992 Greene, Joe 1970-72 Guilfoyle, Joe 1975-76 Guilfoyle, Mike 1969-70-71-72

H

Hagins, Bruce 1969-70-71 Hale, Harry 1935 Halfast, Charles 1960 Haniewich, Adam 1964-65-66 Harmon, Trevon 2009-10-11 Harper, John 1955-56-57-58 Harper, Maurice 1990 Harris, Ronald 1977-78-79-80 Harris, Jamaal 1999-00-01-02 Hartnett, Dick 1954 Hathaway, Ted 1975 Hausler, Keith 1971 Henderson, Justin 2005-06 Henderson, Myron 1932

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Hendricks, Joe 1966 Henke, Allen 1943 Heymann, Fred 1932 Hickman, Dick 1952-54 Hill, Charles 1972 Hill, Juan 1992-93-94-95 Hocevar, Brian 1996 Hood, Shawn 1984-85-86-87 Hooper, Robert 1994 Howell, Derrick 1984 Hrdlicka, Ed 1935-36-37-38 Hubbard, Carlos 1990

I

Infield, Fred 1953-54-55-56 Ingram, Darwyn 1987-88

J

Jacklitch, Dave 1949-50-51 Jackson, Anthony 1998-99-00-01 Jackson, Cedric 2008-09 Jackson, Jamal 1995 James, Lance 2010 Jamieson, Alex 1935-36-37 Jefferson, JoVonn 1998-99 Jewell, Curtis 1977 Johnson, John 1988 Johnson, Ken 1954-55 Johnson, Leo 1966-67-68 Johnson, Ray 1942 Johnson, Sonny 1999-00 Jones, Al 1934-35-36-37 Jones, Don 1947-48-49-50 Jones, James 1980-82 Jordan, Henry 1969

K

Kaczor, Ken 1962 Kamczyc, Tim 2010-11 Kappos, George 1951-52 Kincaid, Tom 1979-80-81 King, Lionel 1981-82-83-84 Kingwood, Tyrone 1985 Kline, Carl 1943 Klug, Harol 1935 Koneval, George 1961-62-63 Kormos, John 1953 Koski, Frank 1939-40-41 Kostohryz, Jeff 1979-81 Koundoul, Amadou 2004-05 Kovach, John 1962-64 Kovarik, Dan 1971-72 Kremling, Ernie 1961-62-63 Kunc, Fred 1952-53 Kuntz, Dave 1975 Kurz, Karl 1954-55-57-58 Kyle, Dave 1975-76-77 Kytle, Weldon 1962-63-64-65

L

Lacey, Homer 1989 Lally, Martin 1946 Lambert, Lewis 1991 Lampe, Tim 1983 Latas, Joe 2009-10-11 Lawson, James 1972 Lee, Dan 1972-73 Lenk, Dennis 1964-65-66-67 Lenk, Jerry 1960-64 Les, Jim 1982 Lewis, Robert 1996 Lineberger, Kevin 1969-70-71 Lockhart, Greg 1987 Long Devon 2011 Loving, Charles 1976-77

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Maddock, William 1934 Madison, James 1997-98-99-00 Major, John 1971-72-73-74 Malloy, Steve 1988-89 McCarthy, Warner 1939 McCormack, Ed 1960 McCoy, Josh 2010-11 McFadden, Ken 1986-87-88-89 McFerron, John 1940 McGee, Frashon 2005-06 McGrew, Marvin 1991-92 McKey, Melvin 1998-99 McManamon, Kevin 1969 McRoy, Elwyn 1996-97 Medema, Melvin 1934 Meeks, Gary 1995 Mignoli, Frank 1956-57-58-59 Mikula, Len 1966 Miller, Troy 1991 Milota, Richard 1942 Mitchell, Sam 1993-94 Monile, Al 1955 Montgomery, Jeremy 2009-10-11 Moore, Chris 2008-09 Moore, David 1993-94 Morris, Victor 2004-05-06-07 Moss, Raheem 2005-06-07 Mostowy, Dick 1963-64-65-66 Moyer, Edward 1943 Mudd, Eric 1984-85-86-88 Murphy, Luke 2004-06-07

N

Ndaye, Luda 2011 Neal, Roger 1949-50 Neale, John 1970-71 Niakate, Modibo 2003-05 Nichelson, Eric 1993-95-96-97 Nwankwo, Ije 2006

O

O’Brien, Mike 1964 O’Connell, Bob 1955-56 Okonski, Ed 1936-37-38 Okonski, Ted 1930-31-32 Okonski, Walter 1930-31-32 O’Shaughnessy, Dan 1962-63-64

P

Parker, Brian 1989-90 Parmalee, George 1930 Pass, Richard 1981 Pavlas, Jerry 1969-70 Pearl, Ed 1930-31-32 Pellegatti, Art 1941-42 Pellizzari, Pete 1974-75-76-77 Peoples, Ray 1930 Perrin, Jamel 1991 Pfaff, Eugene 1941 Pittman, Stan 1984 Plain, Alan 1959-62 Plunkard, Ken 1966 Pogue, Aaron 2010-11 Pohm, Art 1947-48-49-50

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Popp, Steve 1955 Porcello, Jim 1941-42 Porter, Desmond 1988-89-90-91 Porter, LaMoyne 1970-71 Potter, Harold 1930 Pugh, William 1939-40

Q

Quirk, Stanley 1976-78-79

R

Rabb, John 2003 Raby, Mike 1988 Rader, Rick 1982-84 Rahas, Dean 1996-97 Ransey, Clinton 1984-85-86-87 Redell, Mike 2005 Reed, Anthony 1991-92-93 Reed, Lee 1980-81-82-83 Reinker, Martin 1938-39 Reps, Ed 1930 Reusser, Carl 1933 Rey, Joe 1994-95-96 Reynolds, Tyler 2002 Richards, Vince 1983-84-85-86 Risberg, Richard 1946 Ritzema, Pete 2002-03-04 Roba, Paul 1978-79-80-81 Roberson, Carl 1978-79-80-82 Roberson, Keith 1995-96 Robertson, Ken 1987-88-89-90 Robinson, Corey 1996 Robinson, Jermaine 2001-02-03-04 Rodgers, Bruce 1976 Rodriguez, Alberto 1973 Rogers, Joe 2001-02 Rose, Scott 1977-78-79-80 Rosnack, Rick 1980-81-82 Ross, Don 1967 Ross, James 1952-53 Ross, Kevin 2000-01 Russell, Bahaadar 2006-07

S

Sahle, Clifford 1930 Salters, Ray 1986-87 Schaefer, Joe 1975 Schenck, Paul 1948-49 Schiele, Eric 2008 Schlappal, Robert 1947 Schultz, Richard 1974 Schutz, Dave 1983 Sepsenwol, Esidore 1935-36 Shaughnessy, Jack 1948-49-50 Shockey, Thurston 1931-32-33-34 Sims, Malcolm 1994-95-97 Skoutaris, Leo 1996-97-98-99 Skulina, Len 1955 Skupski, Joe 1974-75 Smith, Clinton 1985-86 Smith, Harvey 1968-69 Smith, Robert 1939-40-41 Soldathos, Gus 1933-34 Solomon, Jeff 1975 Solowiow, Val 1970 Speece, Virgil 1930-31 Spieles, Chuck 1973-74-75 Stanley, William 1988-89-90 Starks, Sanchez 2004 Starks, Wilbur 1973-74-75 Staten, Ralph 1931-32-33-34 Steinke, Tom 1965 Stewart, Paul 1986

Stringer, Damon 2000 Strong, Hersey 1987-88 Stupp, George 1946 Sutch, Dick 1955-60 Sweeney, Marty 1986 Sweeney, Mike 1979-80-81-82 Szabo, Julius 1933-35-36

T

Tabar, Karl 1951 Talmadge, Eric 1977 Tandy, George 2008-09 Tatham, Patrick 2004-05-06-07 Taylor, Doc 2000-01 Taylor, Matt 1969-71-72-73 Teglo, Dick 1952 Thomas, Sam 1969-71 Tiber, Dave 1949-50-51 Tillis, Darren 1979-80-81-82 Timmons, Ed 1959 Tomich, John 1946 Tomlin, Frenchy 1988 Trice, Eddie 1970-71 Turkall, Dennis 1961-62-63-64 Tyree, Sherman 1961

Utley, Lonacy 1994

U

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10

Ken McFadden 1985-89

14

Franklin Edwards 1977-81

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Van Syckle, Lynn 1946-47-48-49 Vechey, Ted 1938 Vinyard, Derrick 1989-90 Vlosich, Greg 2004-05-07 Vuyancih, Pat 1986-87

W

Warren, Dave 1966-67-68-69 Waters, Walt 2004 Watson, Breyon 2007-08 Wawrzyniak, Michael 1991 Way, John 1941 Weaver, Nick 2008 Weimer, Davis 1942-43 Welch, Reggie 1993-94 Wells, Anthony 2010-11 Westley, Omari 2004-05 Wheeler, John 1982 Will, Karl 1947-48-49 Williams, Andre’ 2001-02-03 Williams, Willie 1967 Winbush, Ron 1970 Wise, Don 1941-42-43 Wisniewksi, Dan 1989-90 Womack, Elgin 1985-86-87 Woods, Charlie 2010-11 Wujcik, Jerry 1970

Y

Yontz, Don 1956-57-58-59 Yoshino, Kenneth 1951-52-53 Yost, Harold 1953-54-55 Youdath, Dave 1981-82-83-84

Z

Zderko, Michael 1946 Zdesar, Ben 1937 Zeigler, Derrick 1994-95-96-97

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CSU ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME BASKETBALL INDUCTEES Year Graduated Inducted Danferd C. Avis 1951 1980 Eddie Bryant 1987 2001 Ray Dieringer Coach 1998 Tony Fedor 1961 1999 Shawn Hood 1988 2001 Ed Hrdicka 1938 1977 Fred Infield 1957 1998 David Jacklitch 1951 1976 Alex Jamieson 1937 1981 Leo Johnson, Jr. 1971 1981 Alfred Jones 1937 1975 George Kappos 1953 1978 David Liam Kyle 1977 1987 Weldon Kytle 1966 1976 Dennis Lenk 1968 1982 Ken McFadden 1997 1999 John McLendon Coach 2007 Eric Mudd 1988 1998 Ted Okonski 1934 1980 William Pugh 1941 1981 James Rodriguez Coach 1995 John Shaughnessy 1950 1979 Joe Skupski 1975 2002 Ralph Staten 1935 1985 Mike Sweeney 1982 2005 Darren Tillis 1996 1999 Dennis Turkall 1965 1978 Homer Woodling Coach 1976 Don Yontz 1960 1980

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All-America Roster J’Nathan Bullock... 2008 — Honorable mention, Mid-Major All-America, CollegeHoops.net.; 2009 — First team Mid-Major All-America, CollegeHoops.net. Norris Cole... 2011 — Honorable mention, AP. Second Team Mid-Major All-America CollegeHoops.net & College Basketball News. Lute Olson All-America Team from CollegeInsider.com. Craig Caldwell

Gravelle Craig

Craig Caldwell... 1994 — Honorable mention, Basketball Weekly.

Dave Kyle

Gravelle Craig... 1993 — Honorable mention, Basketball Weekly. Franklin Edwards... 1980 — Honorable mention, The Sporting News, Basketball Weekly; 1981 — Honorable mention, The Sporting News, Basketball Weekly. Cedric Jackson... 2009 — Honorable mention, Mid-Major All-America, CollegeHoops.net. Dave Kyle... 1976 — First team, Citizen’s Savings Athletic Foundation; special mention, The Sporting News.

Pat Lyons

Ken McFadden

Pat Lyons... 1973 — First team, Academic All-America (selected by CoSIDA).

Sam Mitchell

Ken McFadden... 1986 — Fifth team, Basketball Weekly; 1987 — Honorable mention, The Sporting News; 1988 — Honorable mention, The Sporting News; 1989 — Honorable mention, The Sporting News. Sam Mitchell... 1993 — Honorable mention, Basketball Times; 1994 — Honorable mention, Basketball Times. Clinton Ransey... 1984 — Honorable mention freshman, Basketball Weekly; 1985 — Honorable mention, AP & The Sporting News; 1986 — Honorable mention, AP & The Sporting News. Clinton Smith... 1985 — Honorable mention, AP. Clinton Ransey

Clinton Smith

Darren Tillis

Darren Tillis... 1981 — Honorable mention, Converse; 1982 — First team, First Interstate Bank.

Vi kings in t h e N B A

Vik in g s in t h e N B A Draft

Name Franklin Edwards

Year Name Rd (Overall) 1965 Weldon Kytle 11 (87) 1977 Dave Kyle 7 (142) 1978 Dave Kyle 6 (124) 1981 Franklin Edwards 1 (22) 1981 Paul Roba 9 (187) 1982 Darren Tillis 1 (23) 1986 Clinton Smith 4 (98) 2011 Norris Cole 1 (28)

Years 1981-84 1984-86 1986-90

Team Philadelphia Los Angeles Clippers Sacramento

Cedric Jackson 2009-10

Cleveland, Washington San Antonio

Clinton Smith

1986-87 1990-91

Golden State Washington

Darren Tillis

1982-83 1982-83 1983-84

Boston Cleveland Golden State

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J’Nathan Bullock

Second Team Theo Dixon, 2002 Cedric Jackson, 2008, 2009 Jamal Jackson, 1995 James Madison, 1998, 1999 Malcolm Sims, 1997 Omari Westley, 2005 All-Defensive Team Pape Badiane, 2003 D’Aundray Brown, 2010 Walt Chavis, 2005 Norris Cole, 2011 Tahric Gosley, 2001 Cedric Jackson, 2008, 2009 Derrick Zeigler, 1997

Norris Cole

All-Newcomer Team Theo Dixon, 1998 Cedric Jackson, 2008 Jamal Jackson, 1995 James Madison, 1997 Raheem Moss, 2005 Modibo Niakate, 2003 Damon Stringer, 2000 Omari Westley, 2004 Player of the Year Norris Cole, 2011

Theo Dixon

Newcomer of the Year Damon Stringer, 2000 Defensive Player of the Year Norris Cole, 2011 Cedric Jackson, 2009 Coach of the Year Gary Waters, 2008 Player of the Week 2010-11 Norris Cole (Nov. 15, Dec. 6, Jan. 25, Feb. 14 & 21)

James Madison

2009-10 Norris Cole (Jan. 25) Trevon Harmon (Feb. 8) 2008-09 J’Nathan Bullock (Dec. 1 & Dec. 22s) & Norris Cole (Feb. 16) 2007-08 Cedric Jackson (Nov. 19 & Feb. 25) 2005-06 Ije Nwankwo (Jan. 23)

AMCU /M id -Continent First Team Gravelle Craig, 1993 Steve Givens, 1991 Ken McFadden, 1987, 1988, 1989 Sam Mitchell, 1993 Eric Mudd, 1988 Clinton Ransey, 1985, 1986, 1987 Clinton Smith, 1985, 1986 Dave Youdath, 1984 Second Team Gravelle Craig, 1992 Ken McFadden, 1986 Sam Mitchell, 1994 Eric Mudd, 1986 Brian Parker, 1989, 1990 Anthony Reed, 1993 Kenny Robertson, 1990 Dave Youdath, 1983

Mike Boyd

All-Newcomer Team Craig Caldwell, 1992 Bob Crawford, 1985 Ken McFadden, 1986 Sam Mitchell, 1993 Brian Parker, 1989 Clinton Ransey, 1984 Anthony Reed, 1991 Clinton Smith, 1985 William Stanley, 1988 Mike Wawrzyniak, 1991

Kevin Mackey

Newcomer of the Year Clinton Smith, 1985 Sam Mitchel, 1993 Player of the Year Ken McFadden, 1988 Coach of the Year Mike Boyd, 1993 Kevin Mackey, 1985, 1986 All-Tournament Team Ken McFadden, 1986, 1987 Clinton Smith, 1986, 1987

Gary Waters

All-Decade Team (Selected in 1992) Ken McFadden (1985-89) Clinton Ransey (1983-87)

2004-05 Modibo Niakate (Nov. 29) Omari Westley (Jan. 17) 2003-04 Omari Westley (Dec. 1) 2001-02 Theo Dixon (Feb. 4) Ken McFadden

2000-01 Theo Dixon (Nov. 20, Dec. 11 & Jan. 8) 1999-00 Damon Stringer (Jan. 10 & 31) James Madison (Feb. 7) 1998-99 Theo Dixon (Nov. 16 & Feb. 15) 1996-97 Malcolm Sims (Nov. 25 & Feb. 8) 1995-96 Derrick Ziegler (Nov. 26)

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Student-Athlete (Grad. Yr.)........Yr. Inducted..................................... Sports Danferd C. Avis, ‘51........................ 1980...........................Men’s Basketball Paul Azzariti, ‘71............................. 2003.......................................Wrestling Danute Bankaitis-Davis, ‘80........... 1991.......................................Volleyball Lee J. Barylski, ‘72.......................... 1982.......................................Wrestling Edgar J. Beck, ‘54........................... 1987..................................Men’s Tennis Stephen F. Blanchette, ‘77.............. 1989..................................... Men’s Golf Richard E. Bonacci.......................... 1983............................ Wrestling Coach Eddie Bryant, ‘87............................ 2001...........................Men’s Basketball David Burger................................... 1996........................ Men's Track Coach Robert F. Busbey, ‘50....................... 1975.............Swimming, Track, Fencing Paula Caple, ‘87............................. 2003...........................Women’s Fencing Thomas D. Cavanaugh, ‘76............. 1989.......................................Wrestling Paul Clark, ‘89................................ 2009................................. Men’s Soccer Bill Clarke....................................... 2011............................................Coach Errol V. Clarke, ‘75........................... 1985................................. Men’s Soccer Vito Colonna, ‘71............................. 1983................................. Men’s Soccer Audra Cook ‘00................................ 2011...................... Women’s Basketball Rita Cyvas-Kliorys, ‘76.................... 1999.......................................Volleyball Klaas de Boer.................................. 2007.......................Men’s Soccer Coach Ray Dieringer.................................. 1998................ Men’s Basketball Coach Al DiGiovanni, ‘80........................... 2009.......................................Wrestling Anthony W. DiGiovanni, ‘76............. 1988.......................................Wrestling Madison H. Dods, ‘34...................... 1979............................... Men’s Fencing Debbie Dugan Rezzolla, ‘79............. 1992.......................Women’s Swimming Matt Dulka, ‘85............................... 2005.......................................Wrestling Jerry Dybzinski, ‘77.......................... 1988........................................Baseball Beth Eggleston, ‘96......................... 2005.............. Women’s Fencing & Track Laura Englehart, ‘82....................... 1996........ Women’s Basketball, Softball Tony Fedor, ‘61................................ 1999...........................Men’s Basketball Herbert Fletcher, ‘51........................ 1981..................................Men’s Diving Albert W. Flores, ‘69........................ 1979................................... Men’s Track Dan Foldesy, ’87.............................. 2004.......................................Wrestling Marsha Foth Nagy........................... 2000............................ Volleyball Coach Corey Frost, ‘84............................... 2004........... Men‘s Track & Cross Country Matt Ghaffari, ‘84.............................. 2006.......................................... Wrestling Egle Giedraitis, ‘76......................... 2002.......................................Volleyball Aidan Gormley, ‘89.......................... 2000................................. Men’s Soccer Areta Hishynsky-Golembiowsky, ‘76...... 2003.......................................Volleyball Susan Hlavacek, ‘80....................... 1991.......... Women’s Basketball, Volleyball Tim Holden, ‘73............................... 2006........................................Baseball Shawn Hood, ‘88............................. 2001...........................Men’s Basketball Edward J. Hrdlicka, ‘38................... 1977 . ..............Men’s Basketball, Track Marc Hunter, ‘83............................. 1995......................Men’s Cross Country Bohdan Huryn, ‘60.......................... 1977......................Men’s Soccer, Tennis Fred Infield, ‘57............................... 1998.................Men’s Basketball, Track David R. Jacklitch, ‘51.................... 1976 . ..............Men’s Basketball, Track Don James, ‘80................................ 1992............Men’s Cross Country, Track Alex Jamieson, ‘37........................... 1981.................Men’s Track, Basketball Leo Johnson, Jr., ‘71........................ 1981...............Men’s Soccer, Basketball Alfred L. Jones, ‘37.......................... 1975.................Men’s Basketball, Track Pat Joyce, ‘93.................................. 2009......... Men’s Cross Country & Track Joe Kaderabek, ‘67.......................... 2006........................................Baseball George Kap, ‘60............................... 1985......................Men’s Soccer, Tennis George A. Kappos, ‘53..................... 1978 . ............Men’s Basketball, Tennis 102 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

Rich Karban, ‘88............................. 2000.............Men’s Swimming & Diving Alice Khol........................................ 2008.................... Coach, Administrator Jack Kroecker, ‘36............................ 1975................................... Men’s Track Amy Kyler, ‘97.................................. 2008.........................Softball, Volleyball Dana Labrie, ‘94............................. 2005.......................Women’s Swimming Brian Lamers, ‘95........................... 2010........................... Men’s Swimming Merle Levin...................................... 1993........... Sports Information Director Kent Kirchner, ‘75............................ 1997........................... Men’s Swimming Sue Koziol, ‘86................................. 1995........ Women’s Basketball, Softball David Liam Kyle, ‘77....................... 1987...........................Men’s Basketball Weldon Kytle, ‘66............................. 1976...........................Men’s Basketball Dennis Lenk, ‘68............................. 1982...........................Men’s Basketball Keith Lillash ‘01.............................. 2011........................................Baseball Henk Markgraaff ‘00....................... 2011........................... Men’s Swimming Heidi Marshall, ‘94.......................... 2010......Women’s Basketball & Softball Jack Marshall.................................. 1994.......................Men’s Soccer Coach Luis Martinez, ‘88........................... 2001........................................Baseball Toby Matney, ‘90.............................. 2000.......................................Wrestling Eric Mays, ‘95................................. 2007........................... Men’s Swimming Ken McFadden, ‘97.......................... 1999...........................Men’s Basketball Kathy McKitrick-Lawson, ‘74........... 2004.......................Women’s Swimming John McLendon................................ 2007................ Men’s Basketball Coach James W. McMillan, ‘72................... 1984................................. Men’s Soccer Jack McNeeley................................. 2003...........................................Trainer Tim Miller, ‘81................................. 2008........................................Baseball Robert Moomy, ‘57........................... 1984................................... Men’s Track Eric Mudd, ‘88................................. 1998...........................Men’s Basketball Doug Neu, ‘72................................. 2000..................................Men’s Tennis Theodore S. O'Konski, ‘34................ 1980........... Men’s Basketball, Baseball James Paynter, ‘80.......................... 2005................................. Men’s Soccer Jane Pease...................................... 1984..............................Coach, Teacher Mary Petrecca, ‘87.......................... 2006...................... Women’s Basketball Guy E. Pinter, ‘60............................. 1989............................... Men’s Fencing Adam Pintz, ‘60............................... 1977................................. Men’s Soccer Oliver Porter, ‘90............................. 1998................................... Men’s Track Chris Pozega, ‘86............................ 1997.......................................Volleyball William Pugh, ‘41............................ 1981...........................Men’s Basketball Amy Ritzman, ‘96............................ 2010.....Women’s Cross Country & Track James Rodriguez............................. 1995........... Coach, Teacher, Administrator Roman J. Rosul, ‘76........................ 1988................................. Men’s Soccer Peter Rosza, ‘82.............................. 1996............................... Men’s Fencing Ted D. Rupe, ‘78.............................. 1988......... Men’s Cross Country & Track Patty Salvatore, ‘79......................... 1999.......... Volleyball, Women’s Basketball John P. Shaughnessy, ‘50................ 1979...........................Men’s Basketball Joe Skupski, ‘75.............................. 2002..................................... Men’s Golf Robin Sobolewski, ‘83..................... 2005.............Women’s Basketball, Softball Carlo Songini, ‘82........................... 1993............................... Men’s Fencing Gary Sorace, ‘78.............................. 2007.......................................Wrestling Ralph Staten, ‘35............................ 1985...............Men’s Basketball, Tennis Nick Stavrou, ‘91............................. 2002................................. Men’s Soccer Joe Stockwell, ’81............................ 2004........................... Men’s Swimming Mike Sweeney, ‘82........................... 2005...........................Men’s Basketball John Szent Kiraly............................. 1994...............................Fencing Coach Deb Taylor, ‘98................................. 2001...................... Women’s Basketball Lanette Taylor, ‘92........................... 2003...................... Women’s Basketball Curt Tesar, ‘75................................. 1985................................... Men’s Track David L. Thompson, ‘76................... 1993................................... Men’s Track

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2011-12 Vikings Darren Tillis, ‘96.............................. 1999...........................Men’s Basketball Dennis Turkall, ‘65.......................... 1978........... Baseball, Men’s Basketball John Tyma, ‘79................................ 1997................................. Men’s Soccer Ron Varga, ‘81................................ 1994.......................................Wrestling Joan Weber-Stark, ‘84..................... 1998.......................Women’s Swimming Tenille Whiteside, ‘97...................... 2008.........................Softball, Volleyball Homer E. Woodling, ‘36................... 1975............................ Athletic Director Donald E. Yates, ‘71........................ 1987........................................Baseball Donald W. Yontz, ‘60........................ 1980...............Men’s Basketball, Tennis Frank J. Yoo, ‘74.............................. 1985.......................................Wrestling David Zahoransky, ‘89..................... 2004.......................................Wrestling Mark Zofka, ‘86............................... 2002........................................Baseball Terry Zuk, ‘64.................................. 1992..................Men’s Soccer, Baseball

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The Class of 2011

BILL CLARKE Men’s Soccer Coach, 1967-71 The head coach of Cleveland State’s men’s soccer team from 1967-71, Clarke coached the team to national prominence, taking the program to the first three NCAA playoff appearances in school history. He coached two All-Americans, 37 all-conference/ region selections and four current Cleveland State Hall of Famers. Clarke ranks second among CSU soccer coaches with a .694 winning percentage (43-17-7 overall), and his 43 wins are the fifth most all-time. He led the Vikings to a No. 16 national ranking in 1970, CSU’s first-ever national ranking in soccer. In the 1969 tournament, CSU upset defending national champion Michigan State, 3-0, before losing to the eventual national champion St. Louis, 2-1. His teams finished 1969 and 1970 as the top ranked collegiate team in the state while his 1968 squad set an Ohio collegiate season record with nine shutouts. In 1971, the Vikings scored 24 goals against Wright State, a single-game scoring record that may never be broken. He also served as the head coach of the tennis team from 1968-72, compiling 25 victories.

KEITH LILLASH Baseball, 1998-2001 A native of Mentor, Ohio and one of the best batters in Cleveland State history, Lillash holds the school’s career records in at-bats (798), hits (295), runs scored (177), RBI (186), doubles (59) and triples (10). A 2000 Louisville Slugger/College Baseball third team All-American playing second base, he also set school season records in hits (99) and RBI (73) en route to being selected as the Midwestern Collegiate Conference Player of the Year and to the First Team ABCA/Rawlings All-Mideast Region. His .458 batting average that year was the second best in the nation. As a freshman, Lillash was chosen as an Honorable Mention Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American and earned conference newcomer team and second team honors. He was selected first team all-conference in both 2000 and 2001 and ultimately became the 26th CSU player to be selected in the Major League draft when he was drafted by the Cleveland Indians following his senior season. Lillash ended his career at Cleveland State with a .370 batting average, the third best all-time. He graduated in 2004 with a degree in marketing.

AUDRA COOK Women’s Basketball, 1997-2000 Cook, a native of Greenfield, Ohio, was one of the best basketball players in program history, finishing her CSU career with school records in total rebounds (1,030) and defensive rebounds (749). In 2000, she followed up a preseason conference player of the year honor by becoming the first Viking to be tabbed as the Midwestern Collegiate Conference Player of the Year after a season in which she averaged 19.0 points and 11.1 rebounds. It was the third straight season she led the team in both categories, making her the only CSU player ever to accomplish such a feat. Those were just two of a number of firsts she set during her career. Cook was the also first CSU player to earn first team all-conference honors three times, being selected after the 1998, 1999 and 2000 seasons, and was the first player in conference history to be named player of the week four times in a season (1998). Cook holds the CSU single-season record with 270 defensive rebounds in 2000 and holds the school’s single game scoring record (40 points at Akron on Dec. 15, 1997). She also holds the Wolstein Center record with 21 rebounds. Cook was also outstanding in the classroom, being selected to the conference all-academic team in 1998 and the GTE Academic All-District team in 2000. Cook graduated in 2000 with a degree in marketing.

HENK MARKGRAAF Men’s Swimming, 1996-2000 Markgraaf, a native of Bloemfontein, South Africa, was named the Midwestern Collegiate Conference Performer of the Year in 2000 and helped lead Cleveland State to MCC championships in both 1998 and 1999. During his time at Cleveland State he set then school records in the 500 free, 1000 free and 1,650 free, with his time in the mile also being a then conference record. Markgraaff’s top times in all three events are to this day the second best in school history. He made an immediate impact on the Viking swimming program as a freshman, helping the squad win a school record 14 meets, culminating in a second place finish in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference. Individually, Markgraaff proved to be one of the top swimmers in the conference throughout his CSU career, winning the 500 free in 1998 and 2000 and the 1,650 free in 1997, 1998 and 2000. He majored in science, graduating in 2000.

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G a me-By- G a me S c o r e s 1929-30

Won 5, Lost 5

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 6 Hiram........................ 18 -27 7 Wilcox........................ 50 -22 28 Detroit Tech............... 23 -26 Spencerian................ 32 -19 Pennzoils................... 28 -41 Ohio Chiropody.......... 26 -21 Y Commerce.............. 29 -6 F 14 Commerce................. 12 -14 22 Detroit Tech ....... 2OT 29 -34 Spencerian................ 32 -19

1930-31

Won 8, Lost 7

Coach—Homer E. Woodling N 28 Ohio Chiropody.......... 19 -16 D 2 Western Reserve........ 20 -54 5 Hiram........................ 18 -28 13 Ashland..................... 23 -39 19 Youngstown State...... 35 -18 20 Hiram........................ 42 -34 J 1 St. Mary’s................... 27 -29 3 Detroit Tech............... 35 -27 St. Mary’s................... 25 -41 15 John Carroll............... 35 -34 24 Concordia.................. 38 -24 31 Detroit Tech............... 37 -29 F 7 Adrian........................ 22 -23 14 Concordia (IN)........... 39 -29 21 Youngstown State...... 32 -34

1931-32

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H A A H H A H H H H H H H A A A

Won 5, Lost 12

Coach—Homer E. Woodling N 8 Wooster...................... 34 -28 D 12 Western Reserve........ 29 -60 15 Findlay....................... 41 -50 20 Kent State.................. 22 -27 22 John Carroll............... 36 -34 29 Youngstown State...... 23 -37 J 5 Adrian........................ 48 -23 22 Grove City.................. 22 -44

Thiel.......................... 24 -39 Allegheny................... 31 -32 Adrian........................ 27 -29 Findlay....................... 28 -36 Thiel.......................... 28 -60 Youngstown State...... 42 -32 Hiram........................ 44 -27 Ashland..................... 32 -45 Grove City.................. 32 -47

1935-36

1936-37

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H H A A A A H H H

Won 4, Lost 11

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 14 Kent State.................. 22 -34 23 Western Reserve........ 18 -46 28 John Carroll............... 20 -17 J 3 Detroit....................... 26 -40 10 Thiel.......................... 30 -47 11 Allegheny................... 24 -27 15 Kent State.................. 29 -48 18 Hiram........................ 41 -18 25 Thiel.......................... 23 -29 31 Detroit Tech............... 30 -34 F 1 Detroit....................... 22 -38 8 Youngstown St...... OT 28 -23 18 Hiram........................ 23 -29 22 John Carroll.......... OT 29 -31 28 Grove City.................. 32 -25

H A H A A A H H H A A H A H A

Won 8, Lost 9

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 12 Ashland..................... 43 -32 15 Allegheny................... 41 -32 22 Kenyon....................... 35 -44 28 Lawrence Tech........... 41 -38 29 Detroit Tech............... 18 -29 J 7 Slippery Rock............. 26 -45 9 Hiram........................ 30 -15 12 Thiel.......................... 28 -29 16 Youngstown State...... 27 -34 23 Mount Union.............. 15 -27 30 Grove City.................. 41 -43 F 2 Ashland..................... 47 -35 6 John Carroll............... 34 -31 13 Hiram........................ 33 -19 20 Thiel.......................... 38 -31 24 Toledo........................ 30 -54 27 Slippery Rock............. 47 -50

1937-38

Won 5, Lost 11

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 9 Wooster...................... 28 -41 15 Findlay....................... 21 -39 16 Ashland..................... 33 -42 28 Adrian........................ 28 -36 J 4 Marietta..................... 28 -27 6 Hiram........................ 35 -40 16 Hiram................... OT 43 -46 20 Lawrence Tech........... 38 -21 27 Bliss.......................... 29 -46 F 3 Allegheny................... 31 -41 10 Franklin..................... 54 -19 17 Findlay....................... 26 -30 24 Akron......................... 22 -38 M 6 Franklin..................... 38 -26 9 Adrian........................ 27 -37 10 Lawrence Tech........... 22 -18

1934-35

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Won 4, Lost 6

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 17 Ashland..................... 33 -50 31 Adrian........................ 20 -30 J 4 Dayton....................... 48 -50 10 Kent State.................. 33 -29 14 Hiram........................ 35 -28 25 Kent State.................. 28 -31 28 John Carroll............... 27 -34 F 4 Rio Grande................. 40 -35 7 Allegheny................... 35 -25 18 Akron......................... 12 -34

1933-34

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Won 7, Lost 7

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 11 Ashland..................... 22 -24 12 Youngstown State...... 21 -20 23 John Carroll............... 36 -33 29 Detroit Tech............... 27 -29 J 2 Allegheny................... 24 -30 9 Defiance.................... 24 -39 16 Detroit Tech............... 22 -32 22 Hiram........................ 22 -19 F 7 Youngstown State...... 16 -20 12 Adrian........................ 23 -32 13 Bowling Green........... 36 -34 25 Concordia (IN)........... 44 -17 27 Dayton.................. OT 39 -36 M 5 Concordia (IN)........... 45 -16

1932-33

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Won 6, Lost 10

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 9 Detroit Tech............... 29 -31 H 17 John Carroll............... 17 -34 CA 18 Allegheny................... 13 -32 H 21 Baldwin-Wallace....... 20 -30 A 30 Lawrence Tech........... 39 -31 H J 5 Western Reserve........ 32 -66 A 8 Hiram........................ 41 -34 H 14 Thiel.......................... 21 -33 A 22 Hiram........................ 37 -32 A 28 Mount Union.............. 28 -51 A 29 Slippery Rock............. 34 -44 A F 5 Akron......................... 35 -51 H 11 Grove City.................. 24 -43 A 12 Alliance..................... 44 -32 A 19 Thiel.......................... 42 -36 H 23 Slippery Rock............. 56 -47 H

1938-39

Won 3, Lost 13

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 7 Mount Union.............. 26 -31 10 Allegheny................... 22 -24 12 Western Reserve........ 15 -48 17 Heidelberg................. 38 -44 20 Clarion....................... 32 -54 29 Ohio Wesleyan........... 47 -41 J 7 Hiram........................ 30 -48 14 John Carroll............... 30 -50 18 Akron......................... 34 -49 21 DeSales..................... 42 -65 28 Hiram........................ 27 -22 F 4 Grove City.................. 28 -26 10 Detroit Tech............... 24 -26 11 DeSales..................... 31 -51 17 Thiel.......................... 33 -38 25 Slippery Rock............. 30 -40

1939-40

Won 4, Lost 11

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 9 Allegheny................... 23 -52 10 Slippery Rock............. 22 -48

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Heidelberg................. 29 -43 Baldwin-Wallace....... 30 -38 Assumption............... 39 -30 Hiram........................ 23 -32 Grove City.................. 29 -31 John Carroll............... 16 -27 Mount Union.............. 29 -51 Detroit Tech............... 27 -37 Kent State.................. 34 -32 Alliance..................... 31 -26 Clarion....................... 39 -35 Thiel.......................... 44 -46 Hiram........................ 25 -36

1940-41

Won 4, Lost 11

Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 7 Allegheny................... 23 -50 14 Heidelberg................. 16 -33 19 Detroit Tech............... 24 -53 20 Assumption............... 22 -27 21 Highland Park............ 33 -64 J 8 John Carroll............... 23 -51 11 Hiram........................ 36 -35 18 Ohio Chiropody.......... 41 -38 21 Clarion....................... 40 -52 25 Thiel.......................... 37 -33 31 Mount Union.............. 28 -67 F 1 Grove City............. OT 37 -39 8 Hiram........................ 44 -40 20 Wooster...................... 27 -67 M 1 Kent State.................. 25 -65

1941-42

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Won 2, Lost 12

Coach—Bruce T. Brickley D 3 Heidelberg................. 25 -44 18 Allegheny................... 31 -40 20 Otterbein................... 34 -56 J 10 Hiram........................ 32 -30 17 John Carroll............... 26 -44 23 Clarion.................. OT 37 -41 24 Thiel.......................... 30 -44 29 Mexico City................ 32 -44 31 Marietta..................... 44 -49 F 5 Wooster...................... 19 -75 7 Hiram........................ 50 -49 12 Kent State.................. 27 -59 21 Grove City.................. 32 -58 28 Kenyon....................... 42 -52

1942-43

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Won 0, Lost 13

Coach—Aaron L. Andrews D 12 Allegheny................... 19 -48 17 Oberlin....................... 27 -54 19 Heidelberg................. 24 -51 J 9 Hiram........................ 21 -31 22 Kenyon....................... 46 -52 23 Otterbein................... 28 -57 28 Western Reserve........ 29 -60 30 Grove City.................. 28 -42 F 6 Hiram........................ 28 -42 13 Clarion....................... 31 -33 18 Western Reserve........ 28 -63 20 Kent State.................. 31 -46 25 John Carroll............... 31 -72

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1943-44 & 1944-45

No Basketball Team (World War II)

1945-46

Won 1, Lost 8

Coach—George McKinnon J 12 Hiram........................ 53 -35 19 John Carroll............... 39 -45 25 Mount Union.............. 35 -38 30 John Carroll............... 38 -48 F 2 Western Reserve........ 36 -47 9 Grove City.................. 29 -50 16 Findlay....................... 25 -43 22 Western Reserve........ 27 -46 M 2 Hiram........................ 45 -57

1946-47

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Won 5, Lost 10

Coach—George McKinnon D 4 John Carroll............... 42 -56 7 Kenyon....................... 49 -54 14 Mount Union.............. 35 -39 17 Ashland..................... 50 -45 28 Akron......................... 35 -71 J 11 Hiram........................ 51 -45

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Kenyon....................... 49 -65 Edinboro.................... 33 -34 Clarion....................... 34 -30 John Carroll............... 37 -47 Grove City.................. 56 -42 Clarion....................... 48 -54 Edinboro.................... 37 -40 Hiram........................ 68 -67 Findlay....................... 54 -71

1947-48

H A A H H H H H A

Won 10, Lost 8

Coach—George McKinnon D 3 John Carroll............... 44 -42 CA 12 Mount Union.............. 46 -58 A 13 Ashland..................... 49 -65 A 18 Western Reserve........ 26 -63 A 20 Heidelberg................. 33 -45 H 23 Detroit Tech............... 47 -44 A J 5 Adrian........................ 49 -48 H 10 Hiram........................ 52 -48 A 14 John Carroll............... 48 -58 A 16 Edinboro.................... 46 -51 A 17 Youngstown State...... 43 -54 H 24 Gannon...................... 71 -52 H 31 Clarion.................. OT 58 -57 H 6 Slippery Rock............. 57 -79 A 7 Grove City.................. 56 -55 A 14 Findlay....................... 54 -51 H Kent State-Canton..... 80 -76 H 21 Hiram........................ 56 -50 A

1948-49

Won 4, Lost 14

Coach—George McKinnon D 1 John Carroll............... 47 -87 CA Kent State-Canton..... 64 -43 H 9 Kenyon....................... 40 -57 H 11 Western Reserve........ 57 -61 A 14 Heidelberg................. 54 -61 A 16 Mount Union.............. 21 -45 CA 17 Detroit Tech............... 66 -51 H 22 Youngstown State...... 44 -51 A J 8 Hiram........................ 54 -45 A 11 Akron......................... 49 -83 CA 14 Mount Union.............. 36 -55 A 28 Clarion....................... 43 -47 A 29 Gannon...................... 55 -58 A F 5 Slippery Rock............. 49 -53 H 19 Ashland..................... 51 -67 H 26 Buffalo...................... 61 -52 A M 1 Findlay....................... 63 -73 A 5 Hiram........................ 44 -47 H

1949-50

Won 9, Lost 8

Coach—George Rung D 3 Buffalo State............. 65 -56 H 7 John Carroll............... 49 -80 CA 10 Western Reserve........ 55 -66 A 13 Oberlin....................... 50 -53 A 16 Heidelberg................. 64 -65 H 19 Kenyon....................... 64 -61 A J 7 Hiram........................ 55 -63 A 11 Mount Union.............. 34 -45 A 14 Kent State-Canton..... 69 -50 H 21 Gannon...................... 70 -62 H 28 Clarion....................... 61 -46 H F 1 Detroit Tech............... 67 -53 H 4 Kent State-Canton..... 66 -60 A 10 Slippery Rock............. 55 -74 A 18 Grove City.................. 75 -66 H 28 Ashland..................... 60 -63 A M 2 Hiram........................ 67 -46 H

1950-51

Won 6, Lost 11

Coach—George Rung D 1 John Carroll............... 51 -68 CA 6 Baldwin-Wallace....... 38 -83 A 9 Western Reserve........ 84 -83 A 12 Oberlin....................... 48 -76 A 16 Heidelberg................. 51 -65 A 27 Youngstown State...... 56 -61 A J 6 Hiram........................ 64 -70 A 12 Grove City.................. 64 -62 A 13 Kenyon....................... 59 -51 A 20 Ashland..................... 61 -64 H 26 Clarion....................... 67 -86 A 31 Baldwin-Wallace....... 49 -77 CA F 10 Slippery Rock............. 70 -63 H 17 Youngstown St........... 58 -75 H 24 Edinboro.................... 75 -62 H M 1 Mount Union......... OT 69 -73 H

3 Hiram........................ 80 -67

1951-52

Won 4, Lost 12

1952-53

Won 2, Lost 15

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Coach—George Rung D 1 Baldwin-Wallace....... 63 -89 A 7 John Carroll............... 61 -97 CA 8 Western Reserve........ 54 -56 A 11 Oberlin....................... 46 -59 A 15 Kenyon....................... 57 -58 H 18 Mount Union.............. 40 -35 A J 5 Youngstown State...... 48 -74 H 10 Hiram........................ 62 -58 A 14 Youngstown State...... 39 -76 A 16 Akron......................... 50 -69 A 26 Clarion....................... 59 -75 H F 2 Ashland..................... 64 -74 A 8 Slippery Rock............. 58 -79 A 16 John Carroll............... 53 -57 H 23 Grove City.................. 56 -49 H 29 Hiram........................ 94 -73 CA Coach—Homer E. Woodling D 3 Western Reserve........ 42 -73 12 Steubenville............... 47 -67 13 Kenyon....................... 63 -64 17 Mount Union.............. 48 -60 20 Youngstown State...... 39 -72 J 3 John Carroll............... 36 -83 7 Akron......................... 51 -80 10 Oberlin....................... 48 -52 17 Hiram........................ 80 -76 21 Baldwin-Wallace....... 41 -81 24 Wooster...................... 60 -86 30 Clarion....................... 62 -80 31 Hiram........................ 62 -79 F 7 Slippery Rock............. 64 -90 14 Grove City.................. 67 -87 Ashland..................... 61 -75 21 Steubenville............... 54 -53

1953-54

Won 1, Lost 18

Coach—George Rung D 1 Western Reserve........ 57 -85 5 Kenyon....................... 58 -72 8 John Carroll............... 61 -81 12 Steubenville............... 44 -97 15 Oberlin....................... 42 -47 17 Wooster...................... 53 -88 J 8 Case Tech.................. 51 -77 9 Ashland..................... 76 -95 12 Baldwin-Wallace....... 63 -113 16 Hiram........................ 50 -70 23 Detroit Tech............... 71 -81 27 Ohio Northern............ 63 -77 30 Clarion....................... 57 -48 F 5 Slippery Rock............. 65 -81 6 Allegheny................... 56 -71 10 Mount Union.............. 41 -73 13 Youngstown State...... 55 -104 16 Hiram........................ 75 -86 27 Grove City.................. 62 -64

1954-55

A H A A A H H A A H A H H A A A H A H

Won 2, Lost 15

Coach—George Rung D 1 Western Reserve........ 37 -91 4 Kenyon....................... 59 -69 8 Case Tech.................. 70 -92 11 Mount Union.............. 48 -71 14 Oberlin....................... 54 -62 18 Cedarville.................. 90 -71 J 8 Ashland..................... 63 -93 14 Grove City.................. 60 -73 15 Hiram................... OT 88 -96 22 Wooster...................... 37 -115 28 Clarion....................... 52 -78 29 Buffalo State............. 80 -104 F 8 Hiram........................ 79 -83 11 Cedarville.................. 77 -73 12 Ohio Northern............ 65 -96 16 Allegheny................... 82 -94 26 Slippery Rock............. 72 -102

1955-56

H A A H A A A A H A A A A H A H H

A A H H A H H A A A A A H A A H H

Won 3, Lost 15

Coach—George Rung D 1 Western Reserve........ 60 -82 A 3 Kenyon....................... 55 -81 WR 6 Mount Union.............. 54 -109 A 9 Case Tech.................. 61 -79 CL 13 Oberlin....................... 68 -91 A

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Cedarville.................. 74 -72 WR Clarion....................... 69 -79 WR Ashland..................... 71 -96 A John Carroll............... 62 -119 A Grove City.................. 63 -87 A Hiram........................ 57 -62 CL Ohio Northern............ 81 -68 CL Wooster...................... 83 -76 CL Allegheny................... 61 -68 A Western Reserve........ 76 -88 WR Hiram........................ 67 -79 WR Buffalo State............. 76 -83 A Slippery Rock............. 61 -95 A

1956-57

Won 3, Lost 15

Coach—George Rung D 1 Kenyon....................... 70 -88 4 Case Tech.................. 65 -66 8 Allegheny................... 74 -68 10 Oberlin....................... 55 -75 17 Western Reserve........ 59 -78 J 11 Buffalo State............. 60 -90 12 Clarion....................... 43 -76 14 John Carroll............... 65 -70 16 Mount Union.............. 48 -69 19 Wash. & Jefferson...... 49 -78 29 Hiram........................ 57 -78 F 1 Cedarville.................. 73 -62 2 Ohio Northern............ 61 -74 8 Hiram........................ 61 -68 9 Western Reserve........ 60 -73 13 Grove City.................. 64 -82 16 Edinboro.................... 81 -68 23 Slippery Rock............. 73 -95

1957-58

Won 6, Lost 13

Coach—George Rung D 3 Case Tech.................. 50 -65 7 Kenyon....................... 45 -70 13 Allegheny................... 74 -64 16 Western Reserve........ 55 -56 J 7 Oberlin....................... 61 -47 11 Buffalo State............. 55 -59 13 John Carroll............... 72 -91 18 Wash. & Jefferson...... 55 -79 21 Clarion....................... 57 -59 25 Hiram........................ 77 -67 31 Ohio Northern............ 77 -76 F 1 Cedarville.................. 67 -68 6 Case Tech.................. 63 -74 8 Western Reserve........ 78 -72 11 Hiram........................ 58 -62 15 Edinboro.................... 61 -74 19 Mount Union.............. 71 -82 27 Grove City.................. 95 -104 M 1 Thiel.......................... 82 -78

1958-59

A H A H A H A H H A H H H A H A H A H

Won 7, Lost 12

Coach—Bill Gallagher D 2 Clarion....................... 53 -55 6 Kenyon................ 4OT 45 -42 7 Clarion....................... 51 -54 9 Western Reserve........ 41 -58 J 9 Hiram........................ 51 -56 14 Malone....................... 67 -56 24 Oberlin....................... 66 -64 30 Cedarville.................. 69 -90 31 Ohio Northern............ 47 -68 F 7 Grove City.................. 45 -58 10 Allegheny................... 50 -52 14 Case Tech.................. 46 -62 18 John Carroll............... 69 -94 21 Slippery Rock............. 63 -70 26 Mount Union.............. 52 -75 28 Fredonia.................... 70 -48 M 3 Thiel.......................... 67 -64 7 Hiram........................ 62 -46 10 Western Reserve........ 74 -64

1959-60

A A H A A A A A A A H A A A H H H H

Won 0, Lost 19

H A A H A H A A A H H H A H A A A H A

Coach—Jim Rodriguez D 1 Clarion....................... 61 -71 A 5 Kenyon....................... 53 -68 CL 9 Oberlin....................... 48 -81 CL 11 Allegheny................... 45 -62 A 12 Clarion....................... 67 -87 CL J 9 Mount Union.............. 42 -100 CL 12 Western Reserve........ 50 -72 A 16 Hiram........................ 50 -79 CL 19 Wash. & Jefferson...... 42 -57 CL 23 Malone....................... 79 -88 A 30 Alliance..................... 56 -71 WR F 2 Hiram........................ 66 -73 A

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Lawrence Tech........... 68 -77 A Case Tech.................. 63 -79 A Slippery Rock............. 60 -81 A Thiel.......................... 58 -76 A Fredonia.................... 49 -53 CL John Carroll............... 46 -66 A Western Reserve........ 69 -75 CL

1960-61

Won 4, Lost 15

Coach—Jim Rodriguez D 1 Oberlin....................... 46 -85 A 3 Kenyon....................... 73 -86 A 7 Western Reserve........ 61 -68 A 10 Case Tech.................. 59 -85 CL J 3 Bethany..................... 58 -87 A 14 Wash. & Jefferson...... 38 -75 A 21 Lawrence Tech........... 79 -118 FR 25 Findlay....................... 58 -91 A 28 Alliance..................... 44 -94 A 31 Hiram........................ 43 -54 A F 4 Clarion....................... 70 -79 FR 11 Malone....................... 61 -54 CL 15 Slippery Rock............. 64 -88 CA 18 Hiram........................ 63 -90 CL 21 John Carroll............... 76 -87 CA 23 Fredonia.................... 68 -74 A 25 Allegheny................... 77 -68 CL 27 Thiel.......................... 74 -63 CL M 7 Western Reserve........ 75 -63 CL

1961-62

Won 6, Lost 13

Coach—Jim Rodriguez D 2 Kenyon....................... 55 -63 7 Oberlin....................... 53 -44 9 Slippery Rock............. 72 -94 J 9 Western Reserve........ 61 -70 13 Hiram........................ 72 -69 20 Findlay....................... 64 -78 24 Edinboro.................... 52 -83 26 Cedarville.................. 54 -64 F 3 Clarion....................... 86 -97 6 Hiram........................ 68 -80 9 Bethany................ OT 78 -84 10 Malone....................... 61 -52 13 Case Tech.................. 73 -87 15 Thiel.......................... 81 -58 22 Allegheny................... 78 -91 24 Fredonia.................... 85 -54 26 John Carroll............... 70 -84 28 Thiel.......................... 60 -64 M 6 Western Reserve........ 65 -62

CL CL A A CL WR A CL A A CL A A CL A CL A A CL

F ­– Ernie Kremling (9.6 points/10.5 rebounds), George Koneval (8.0/5.5), C – Weldon Kytle (19.1/15.1), G – Dennis Turkall (12.0/4.2), John Kovach (7.4/5.1), Reserves – Alan Plain (4.4/4.9), Ken Kaczor (4.3/5.1)

1962-63

Won 9, Lost 9

Coach—Jim Rodriguez D 1 Kenyon....................... 55 -60 4 Case Tech.................. 64 -65 6 Thiel.......................... 71 -52 15 Detroit Tech............... 64 -56 J 5 John Carroll............... 66 -72 12 Western Reserve........ 54 -64 15 Ashland..................... 61 -98 19 Malone....................... 62 -50 23 Edinboro.................... 68 -66 26 Allegheny................... 88 -58 29 Ashland..................... 87 -99 F 2 Clarion....................... 84 -63 5 Indiana (PA).............. 76 -86 9 Western Reserve........ 64 -57 16 Hiram........................ 64 -87 19 Thiel.......................... 55 -52 23 Fredonia.................... 61 -49 M 2 Cedarville.................. 50 -54

A A CL A CL A A A CL WR CL SS A CL CL A A A

F – George Koneval (4.8 points/5.2 rebounds), Bob Bockardt (9.4/4.8), C – Weldon Kytle (16.2/18.5), G – Dennis Turkall (14.9/3.3), Dan O’Shaugnessy (8.1/2.3), Reserves – Ernie Kremling (6.5/10.5), Dick Mostowy......................(6.2/5.1)

1963-64

Won 10, Lost 9

Coach—Jim Rodriguez N 30 Kenyon....................... 66 -42 CL D 3 Ashland..................... 61 -55 A 7 Detroit Tech............... 90 -58 CL 10 Walsh...................... 112 -72 CL

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Slippery Rock............. 57 -73 Edinboro.................... 82 -94 Western Reserve........ 72 -97 Allegheny................... 83 -63 Thiel.......................... 92 -77 Cedarville.................. 77 -93 Clarion....................... 81 -95 Hiram........................ 74 -77 Heidelberg................. 69 -95 Western Reserve........ 75 -67 Malone....................... 93 -84 Case Tech.................. 74 -52 Indiana (PA).............. 70 -91 John Carroll............... 64 -73 Carnegie Tech............ 80 -74

A A A A A CL A A A SS CL SS CL A CL

F – Dennis Lenk (14.6 points/11.7 rebounds), Mike O’Brien (14.5/9.0), C – Weldon Kytle (20.2/17.5), G – Dennis Turkall (10.2/3.3), Dan O’Shaugnessy (6.6/2.3), Reserves – John Kovach (4.1/1.7), Dick Mostowy (6.6/5.2)

1964-65

Won 10, Lost 9

Coach—Jim Rodriguez D 1 Hiram........................ 75 -91 5 Ashland..................... 57 -65 9 Walsh........................ 86 -82 12 Slippery Rock............. 74 -79 J 9 Kenyon....................... 71 -81 14 John Carroll............... 70 -51 15 Case Tech............ OT 65 -70 23 Detroit Tech............... 97 -59 26 Baldwin-Wallace....... 84 -93 30 Clarion....................... 58 -60 F 5 Malone....................... 78 -74 6 Thiel.......................... 83 -63 12 Lawrence Tech........... 62 -64 13 Detroit Tech............... 79 -69 16 Edinboro.................... 77 -69 20 Western Reserve........ 57 -55 23 Allegheny................... 74 -39 26 Cedarville.................. 65 -88 M 6 Carnegie Tech............ 79 -67

SS SS A SS A SS A SS A SS A CL A A SS A SS A A

F – Dennis Lenk (12.3 points/11.5 rebounds), Bob Bockardt (8.9/2.7), C – Weldon Kytle (19.5/15.2), G – Dick Mostowy (14.1/5.0), Bill Bartel (7.8/4.3), Reserves – Tom Steinke (3.2/4.3), Terry Bracken (3.6/1.6)

1965-66

Won 4, Lost 14

Coach—Jim Rodriguez D 1 Hiram........................ 65 -83 A 4 John Carroll............... 50 -81 A 6 Oberlin....................... 52 -57 SS 8 Thiel.......................... 71 -73 A 10 Slippery Rock............. 66 -80 A J 11 Walsh........................ 62 -69 SS 14 Kenyon....................... 75 -77 WR 19 Allegheny................. 110 -73 A 22 Detroit COB................ 85 -87 SS 25 Malone....................... 97 -77 SS 29 Clarion....................... 64 -93 A F 3 Heidelberg................. 62 -80 SS 5 Detroit Tech............... 81 -83 A 9 Western Reserve........ 99 -75 SS 15 Cedarville.................. 92 -101 SS 19 Edinboro.................... 72 -93 A 23 Ashland..................... 69 -116 A M 2 Case Tech.................. 81 -70 SS F – Dick Mostowy (11.2 points/5.9 rebounds), Dennis Lenk (16.1/13.5), C – Adam Haniewich (6.0/8.2), G – Dave Warren (14.7/3.2), Leo Johnson (12.9/3.7), Reserve – Joe Hendricks (5.5/2.8)

1966-67

Won 8, Lost 13

Coach—John McLendon D 1 Hiram........................ 86 -70 SI 3 Muskingum................ 94 -77 CT 5 Eastern Illinois.......... 83 -97 A 10 Slippery Rock............. 91 -79 CT 17 Kenyon....................... 88 -106 A Christmas Tree Tourney (Indiana, Pa.) 21 Indiana (PA)......... OT 85 -83 A 22 Cheney State............. 66 -97 N J 5 Ashland..................... 34 -49 SI 11 Walsh........................ 24 -22 A

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Baldwin-Wallace....... 87 -99 SI Malone....................... 72 -62 A Wayne State............... 78 -80 A Detroit COB................ 90 -93 A Buffalo State............. 66 -68 CA Oberlin....................... 56 -60 A Edinboro.................... 75 -71 SI John Carroll............... 70 -77 A Western Reserve........ 59 -60 A Youngstown State...... 74 -102 A Case Tech.................. 86 -78 A Cedarville.................. 88 -126 A

F – Dennis Lenk (11.7points/12.6 rebounds), Jim Furlong (5.1/4.5), C –Willie Williams (5.7/6.7), G – Don Ross (18.2/2.8), Tom Blackman (11.3/6.0), Reserves – Dave Warren (7.6/1.1), Leo Johnson (4.2/1.1)

1967-68

Won 7, Lost 15

Coach—John McLendon D 2 Detroit COB.............. 100 -106 CA 9 Eastern Michigan...... 75 -92 CA 12 Hiram........................ 60 -74 A Cleveland Invitational (Cleveland, Ohio) 29 Eastern Illinois.......... 85 -80 CA 30 Buffalo State..... 3OT 88 -87 CA J 6 8 13 17 19 20 22 24 27 29 F 3 10 12 13 17 23 24

Central State............. 73 -90 CA Buffalo State............. 79 -96 A Ohio Northern............ 54 -58 CA Detroit COB................ 81 -85 A Baldwin-Wallace....... 58 -65 BH Wayne State............... 71 -65 CA Muskingum................ 66 -61 A Walsh........................ 79 -65 EH Alliance..................... 79 -60 CA John Carroll............... 85 -73 LH Edinboro.................... 60 -108 A Youngstown State...... 66 -69 CA Alliance..................... 58 -71 A Eastern Michigan...... 71 -89 A Central State............. 39 -67 A Akron......................... 54 -63 A Indiana (PA).............. 71 -75 CA

F – Jim Furlong (7.7 points/6.5 rebounds), Alex Dadas (3.6/5.8), C – Harvey Smith (15.6/15.5), G – Dave Warren (12.8/2.1), Mike Campbell (15.8/4.4), Reserves – Kevin Lineberger (5.3/6.2), Bruce Hagins (6.0/3.5)

1968-69

Won 12, Lost 14

Coach—John McLendon N 30 Detroit COB................ 68 -66 CA D 7 Eastern Michigan...... 63 -69 CA 14 Gannon...................... 62 -82 CA 21 Indiana (PA).............. 61 -97 A Cleveland Invitational(Cleveland, Ohio) 27 Central Michigan....... 53 -64 CA 28 Buffalo State............. 74 -81 CA 30 Baldwin-Wallace....... 67 -88

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Findlay Holiday Tourney (Findlay, Ohio) J 2 Findlay....................... 68 -81 A 4 Heidelberg................. 79 -68 N 6 8 11 15 18 20 22 24 25 31 F 1 12 15 17 21 22 M 1

Central State............. 35 -44 Detroit COB................ 77 -67 Ashland..................... 28 -33 Akron......................... 60 -57 Wayne State............... 68 -60 Buffalo State............. 89 -76 Youngstown State...... 68 -73 Ohio Northern............ 82 -75 Akron......................... 64 -70 Ohio Northern............ 59 -70 Ashland..................... 40 -67 Walsh........................ 87 -77 Central State............. 41 -40 Wayne State............... 71 -69 Eastern Michigan...... 75 -89 Indiana (PA)......... OT 81 -76 John Carroll............... 84 -77

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F – Sam Thomas (10.8 points/9.6 rebounds), Henry Jordan (9.5/8.6), C – Harvey

Smith (12.4/8.6), G – Mike Campbell (13.8/3.8), Jerry Pavlas (8.0/2.5), Reserve – Bruce Hagins (6.3/5.1)

1969-70

Won 5, Lost 21

Coach—Ray Dieringer D 3 Youngstown State...... 48 -67 6 Indiana (PA).............. 52 -103 13 Akron......................... 69 -78 17 Gannon...................... 75 -101

A A A A

Marion Invitational (Marion, Ohio) 19 Wooster...................... 70 -86 N 20 Ashland..................... 37 -76 N 27 Eastern Montana....... 91 -81 TC Cleveland Invitational(Cleveland, Ohio) 29 Buffalo...................... 74 -80 TC 30 Federal City............... 81 -74 TC 31 Westminster.............. 75 -66 TC J 8 10 12 14 16 19 24 28 31 F 7 11 14 20 21 24 28

Morehead State......... 68 -90 Eastern Michigan...... 59 -85 Central State............. 52 -75 Ashland..................... 32 -56 Wayne State............... 74 -88 Youngstown State...... 68 -78 Akron......................... 60 -78 Ohio Northern............ 99 -86 Detroit COB................ 97 -98 Ashland..................... 35 -38 Walsh...................... 117 -96 Central State............. 62 -63 Eastern Michigan...... 79 -98 Indiana (PA).............. 84 -96 Morehead State......... 68 -70 Wayne State............... 76 -78

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F – Kevin Lineberger (6.3 points/5.0 rebounds), John Neale (12.5/11.1), C – LaMoyne Porter (14.8/9.3), G – Mike Guilfoyle (4.7/1.8), Eddie Trice (10.1/2.4), Reserves – Mike Campbell (9.1/3.9), Bruce Hagins (8.7/4.3)

1970-71

Won 5, Lost 20

Coach—Ray Dieringer D 1 Cincinnati.................. 75 -85 A 2 Wis.-Oshkosh............. 69 -68 PH 5 Indiana (PA).............. 87 -78 LH 8 Eastern Michigan...... 77 -86 A 18 South Dakota............. 81 -101 A 19 South Dakota State.... 78 -82 A 21 Eastern Montana....... 90 -81 A 23 Youngstown State...... 55 -76 PH 30 Wayne State............... 81 -61 PH J 2 Kent State.................. 64 -82 A 6 Western Michigan...... 79 -88 A 8 San Diego........... 2OT 95 -91 PH 13 Akron......................... 75 -95 PH 21 Duquesne.................. 60 -106 A 22 Buffalo State............. 91 -121 A 26 Detroit....................... 70 -85 A 27 Indiana (PA).............. 74 -81 A 30 Ashland..................... 38 -44 PH F 3 Youngstown State...... 65 -79 A 6 Wayne State........ 2OT 90 -92 A 9 Central State............. 59 -88 A 10 Xavier........................ 75 -104 A 13 Akron......................... 77 -94 A 25 Marshall.................... 76 -101 A M 6 Creighton................... 79 -97 A F – Sam Thomas (14.6 points/ 5.2 rebounds), John Neale (11.4/7.7), C – Matt Taylor (9.7/8.0), G – Bruce Hagins (11.4/4.7), Mike Guilfoyle (6.2/2.3), Reserves – LaMoyne Porter (7.4/4.3), Eddie Trice (9.9/2.4), Don Cooper (7.0/5.2)

1971-72

Won 8, Lost 18

Coach—Ray Dieringer D 1 Cincinnati.................. 68 -93 A 4 Canisius.................... 69 -102 A 6 South Dakota............. 94 -85 PH 8 Eastern Michigan...... 98 -118 PH 11 Toledo........................ 66 -99 A 20 San Francisco St........ 72 -71 PH 22 Kenyon....................... 73 -66 PH 27 Kent State.................. 70 -91 A J 4 Detroit....................... 54 -100 A 6 Creighton................... 59 -92 PH

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Buffalo State............. 78 -75 PH Akron......................... 64 -58 PH Central State............. 85 -69 PH Youngstown State...... 69 -80 PH St. Francis (PA).......... 95 -96 PH Wichita State............. 77 -90 A Wayne State............... 54 -65 A Bowling Green........... 83 -80 A Marshall.................... 70 -102 A Ashland..................... 82 -98 A Wright State.............. 75 -65 PH Western Illinois.......... 63 -72 PH Youngstown State...... 62 -79 A Miami (OH)................ 58 -96 A Western Michigan...... 72 -93 A Akron......................... 56 -86 A

F – Matt Taylor (14.1 points/10.2 rebounds), John Major (12.3/5.5), C – Dan Lee (16.1/10.5), G – Mike Guilfoyle (9.3/3.5), Dave Dronzek (9.1/3.2), Reserves – Joe Greene (4.5/2.5), Jim Lawson (4.5/2.5)

1972-73

Won 9, Lost 14

Coach—Ray Dieringer N 28 Miami (OH)................ 59 -83 A D 2 Cincinnati.................. 85 -113 A 9 Toledo........................ 78 -90 A 12 Marshall.................... 72 -79 PH 16 Ball State.................. 87 -85 PH 20 Youngstown State...... 71 -53 A 22 Wright State.............. 48 -52 PH 29 Wichita State...... 3OT 76 -72 PH J 3 W. Michigan.......... OT 62 -59 PH 6 Akron......................... 46 -58 PH 10 Eastern Michigan...... 54 -62 A 15 St. Francis (PA).......... 90 -85 A 18 Youngstown State...... 72 -66 PH 24 Kent State.................. 59 -63 PH 27 Marian....................... 98 -73 PH F 3 Akron......................... 76 -86 A 7 Wayne State............... 65 -64 PH 12 Providence................. 79 -113 A 14 Bowling Green........... 80 -96 PH 20 Creighton................... 76 -88 A 21 South Dakota............. 73 -70 A 27 Ohio........................... 76 -98 A M 3 Charlotte................... 77 -81 A F – Mike Taylor (10.2 points/ 6.7 rebounds), Pat Lyons (13.0/6.4), C – Gale Drummer (18.5/11.9), G – Wilbur Starks (8.9/4.2), Chick Spieles (3.5/1.5), Reserves – John Major (2.6/2.5), Larry Arthur (5.2/2.1)

1973-74

Won 6, Lost 20

Coach—Ray Dieringer D 3 Detroit....................... 79 -83 5 Bowling Green........... 70 -82 12 South Dakota............. 98 -87 13 St. Francis (PA).......... 77 -62 15 Buffalo...................... 87 -77 18 Kent State.................. 67 -70 21 Miami (OH)................ 72 -81

PH PH PH PH A A PH

Youngstown Classic (Youngstown, Ohio) 28 Tennessee Tech.......... 76 -71 N 29 Youngstown State...... 81 -84 A J 3 7 11 14 16 19 21 23 26 31 F 2 6 13 14 22 23 27

Western Michigan...... 59 -68 A Cincinnati.................. 61 -102 A Charlotte................... 63 -64 PH Eastern Michigan...... 61 -55 A Akron......................... 59 -84 PH Ball State.................. 87 -93 A Wright State.............. 45 -69 A Ohio........................... 78 -102 PH Fairfield..................... 68 -103 A Wayne State............... 75 -76 A Eastern Michigan...... 67 -72 WG Bowling Green........... 69 -82 A Youngstown St...... OT 99 -93 WG Pittsburgh................. 55 -106 A Eastern Illinois.......... 78 -90 A Loyola........................ 73 -94 A Akron......................... 78 -92 A

F – Pat Lyons (10.5 points/ 5.4 rebounds), Wilbur Starks (14.5/5.6), C – Dan Lee (8.7/4.9), G – Chuck Spieles (6.0/2.5), Larry Arthur (8.4/3.3), Reserves – Dave Dronzek (4.1/1.1), Joe Skupski (5.3/2.9)

1974-75

Won 13, Lost 11

Coach—Ray Dieringer N 30 Butler........................ 75 -80 D 3 Ohio........................... 71 -85 4 Bowling Green...... OT 90 -93 10 Cincinnati.................. 67 -78 14 St. Francis (PA).......... 75 -82 23 Loyola........................ 76 -73 J 7 Buffalo...................... 74 -63 9 Wright State.............. 53 -58 11 Wayne State............... 89 -66 13 Creighton................... 60 -64 18 Ball State.................. 93 -78 22 Akron......................... 65 -59 25 Eastern Illinois.......... 68 -63 30 Long Island................ 80 -73 F 1 Fairleigh Dickinson.... 68 -61 5 Akron......................... 68 -66 8 Wright State.............. 75 -60 12 Bowling Green........... 62 -69 15 Youngstown St......2OT 93 -89 19 Fairfield..................... 75 -84 22 Eastern Michigan...... 68 -64 M 1 Belmont Abbey........... 76 -84 3 Charlotte................... 77 -90 5 Xavier........................ 74 -68

A A PH PH A PH PH A WG PH PH A PH A A WG WG A A WG WG A A A

F – Wilbur Starks (17.8 points/5.1 rebounds), Larry Croom (11.1/4.6), C – Gale Drummer (17.2/11.4), G – Chuck Spieles (2.8/2.0), Jeff Solomon (4.1/1.6), Reserves – Frank Ayers (8.7/7.1), Dave Kyle (7.1/5.9)

1975-76

Won 6, Lost 19

Coach—Ray Dieringer N 29 Cincinnati.................. 65 -98 D 3 Eastern Michigan...... 70 -78

A A

Show Me Classic (Columbia, Mo.) 5 Oklahoma City........... 60 -84 N 6 Baylor........................ 68 -84 N 13 17 20 22 27 30 J 7 8 14 17 21 28 F 4 7 12 14 18 21 23 27 M 3

Tennessee Tech.......... 74 -77 PH Ball State.................. 69 -77 A Ohio........................... 69 -100 A Xavier........................ 82 -78 PH St. Francis (PA).......... 44 -52 PH Pittsburgh................. 60 -56 PH Wright State.............. 73 -75 A Kenyon....................... 61 -60 WG Wayne State............... 74 -61 A Creighton................... 64 -91 A St. Bonaventure......... 80 -114 A Bowling Green........... 66 -101 A Akron......................... 61 -77 A Wright State.............. 62 -76 WG Detroit....................... 72 -104 A Indiana State............. 58 -78 A Akron......................... 62 -50 PH Buffalo...................... 86 -97 A Charlotte................... 70 -82 PH LaSalle...................... 72 -90 A Youngstown State...... 88 -86 WG

F – Charles Loving (10.1 points/6.1 rebounds), Ed Gohlson (8.5/4.2), C – Dave Kyle (24.5/13.0), G – Larry Arthur (6.3/3.3), Joe Guilfoyle (5.7/1.7), Reserve – Mike Connaughton (3.5/1.8)

1976-77

Won 10, Lost 17

Coach—Ray Dieringer D 1 Eastern Michigan...... 69 -72 PH 4 Miami (OH)................ 63 -113 A 9 Detroit....................... 66 -78 PH 13 Illinois....................... 70 -72 A 18 Ohio........................... 83 -93 PH 22 Siena......................... 82 -69 PH J 5 Akron......................... 71 -70 A 7 CWRU......................... 83 -64 PH 10 Creighton................... 60 -63 PH 12 Pittsburgh................. 75 -89 A 15 Wayne State............... 78 -60 WG 17 Kent State.................. 75 -64 PH 19 Bowling Green........... 69 -65 PH 22 St. Francis (PA).......... 72 -80 A 27 Wright State.............. 56 -77 WG 31 Tennessee Tech.......... 80 -94 A F 1 Eastern Kentucky....... 65 -67 A 3 Clemson.................... 55 -77 A

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Fairleigh Dickinson.... 75 -65 PH Akron *............... 2OT 81 -82 PH Indiana State............. 76 -88 PH Wright State.............. 74 -67 A Buffalo...................... 89 -69 WG West Virginia............. 69 -107 A Youngstown State...... 65 -90 A Xavier........................ 73 -65 A Robert Morris............. 73 -74 WG

F – Larry Croom (12.1 points/3.7 rebounds), Charles Loving (6.4/5.6), C – Dave Kyle (15.8/10.9), G – Andre Battle (14.4/4.7), Ron Harris (4.7/1.6), Reserves – Greg Cobb (11.2/2.5), Bob Carman (5.5/2.3) * - Later forfeited to CSU

1977-78

Won 12, Lost 13

Coach—Ray Dieringer N 26 John Carroll............... 83 -66 D 1 Ohio........................... 66 -79 3 North Carolina A&T.... 61 -60 7 Eastern Michigan...... 60 -63 10 Steubenville............... 85 -70 17 Kent State.................. 81 -65 19 Eastern Kentucky....... 78 -84 21 Xavier........................ 56 -60 30 West Virginia............. 66 -76

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Siena Alumni Tourney (Loudonville, NY) J 3 Virginia Milit. Inst...... 66 -71 N 4 Oklahoma City........... 67 -94 N 6 9 11 17 19 21 25 F 1 2 8 15 18 23 28

Campbell................... 77 -73 Niagara..................... 82 -85 St. Francis (PA).......... 71 -77 Creighton................... 63 -94 Air Force.................... 58 -65 Denver.................. OT 78 -75 Pittsburgh................. 74 -82 Akron......................... 77 -62 Robert Morris............. 56 -67 Wayne State............... 58 -49 Wright State.............. 77 -62 Robert Morris............. 82 -54 Youngstown State...... 57 -56 Akron......................... 91 -75

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F – Andre Battle (10.1 points/4.0 rebounds), Paul Rogers (3.8/3.4), C – Bob Carman (9.5/6.3), G – Greg Cobb (17.4/3.1), Franklin Edwards (18.7/2.7), Reserves – Ron Harris (5.0/1.8), Carl Roberson (3.5/5.1)

1978-79

Won 15, Lost 10

Coach—Ray Dieringer N 25 Baldwin-Wallace....... 75 -58 PH 29 Eastern Michigan...... 58 -56 PH D 1 Wilberforce................ 93 -71 PH 6 Kent State.................. 75 -77 A Hatter Classic (Deland, Fla.) 8 Stetson...................... 64 -61 A 9 Indiana State............. 71 -102 N 14 16 18 23 28 J 6 14 17 20 22 29 F 1 3 5 7 12 21 M 1 5

NW Louisiana St........ 72 -63 Miami (OH)................ 58 -60 Ohio........................... 74 -76 Siena......................... 91 -99 Creighton................... 69 -71 Niagara..................... 63 -51 Robert Morris...... 2OT 71 -73 Pittsburgh................. 51 -77 Akron......................... 93 -84 VMI....................... OT 72 -75 Akron......................... 83 -69 St. Francis (PA).......... 88 -72 Robert Morris............. 75 -66 George Mason............ 89 -84 Campbell................... 88 -81 Wright State.............. 64 -70 Wayne State............... 93 -59 Youngstown State...... 74 -70 Xavier........................ 78 -67

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F – Bob Carman (9.5/5.4), Jeff Kostohryz (3.7/3.7), C – Darren Tillis (9.5/6.9), G – Greg Cobb (12.8/2.2), Franklin Edwards (18.7/3.6), Reserves – Andre Battle (10.1/3.7), Mike Sweeney (6.6/3.4)

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1979-80

Won 17, Lost 9

Coach—Ray Dieringer D 1 John Carroll............... 99 -79 WG 3 Eastern Michigan...... 52 -53 A 8 Augustana (SD)......... 78 -60 WG 15 Kent State *............... 76 -79 PH 20 Akron......................... 87 -65 A 22 Wisconsin.................. 78 -103 A J 2 Marquette.................. 69 -93 A 5 VMI.......................... 102 -82 WG 7 Ohio........................... 75 -76 A 11 George Mason............ 90 -69 WG 13 Fairleigh Dickinson.... 52 -56 A 15 Rutgers...................... 78 -69 A 19 Siena......................... 87 -80 WG 21 Niagara..................... 91 -105 A 23 Pittsburgh................. 69 -66 WG 26 Campbell................... 76 -64 WG 29 Akron......................... 89 -63 WG 31 Xavier........................ 85 -75 WG F 2 St. Francis (PA).......... 82 -80 WG 5 Concordia (WI)......... 105 -65 WG 9 Towson State............. 95 -71 WG 11 Robert Morris............. 75 -66 A 16 Georgia Southern....... 85 -67 A 18 Florida State.............. 83 -86 A 23 Valparaiso................. 85 -67 WG 28 Youngstown State...... 72 -77 WG F – Andre Battle (12.0 points. 5.9 rebounds), Darren Tillis (11.0/8.3), C – Scott Rose (3.6/2.0), G – Franklin Edwards (25.5/2.6/4.7 apg), Bob Lowrie (8.4/3.6 apg), Reserves – James Jones (7.0/6.0), Mike Sweeney (5.3/3.8), Lee Reed (6.2/1.0) * - Later forfeited to CSU

1980-81

Won 18, Lost 9

Coach—Ray Dieringer N 29 Ohio State.................. 81 -89 D 2 Ohio Dominican......... 78 -51 6 Ohio........................... 83 -57 9 Eastern Michigan...... 73 -59 13 Kenyon....................... 86 -54 18 Kent State.................. 72 -70 23 Loyola........................ 77 -78 J 3 Akron......................... 81 -65 5 South Carolina........... 82 -76 7 Campbell................... 73 -79 10 Niagara..................... 81 -56 15 Towson State............. 86 -72 17 Siena.................... OT 76 -79 19 Robert Morris............. 64 -48 26 Akron......................... 78 -68 29 Marquette.................. 54 -58 31 Fairleigh Dickinson.. 104 -74 F 3 Illinois State.............. 57 -74 4 Valparaiso................. 74 -53 7 Pittsburgh................. 70 -73 11 U.S. International...... 86 -63 16 Youngstown State...... 94 -63 18 Wilberforce.............. 106 -65 21 St. Francis (PA).......... 67 -69 23 Illinois State.............. 53 -62 25 Xavier........................ 96 -83 28 Youngstown State...... 59 -56

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F – Darren Tillis (16.0 points/ 11.4 rebounds), Mike Sweeney (10.5/5.9), C – Paul Roba (2.5/3.3), G – Franklin Edwards (24.6/3.2/5,3 apg), Lee Reed (9.3/1.8), Reserves – Jeff Kostohryz (3.2/2.8), Rich Pass (4.1/1.0)

1981-82

Won 17, Lost 10

Coach—Ray Dieringer N 27 Southern.................. 103 -74 WG Eagle Classic (Morehead, Ky.) 30 South Carolina St...... 75 -60 D 1 Morehead State......... 60 -62 5 7 9 12 14 19 21 23 J 2

Eastern Michigan...... 79 -84 Valparaiso................. 76 -72 Tiffin.......................... 83 -66 Kent State.................. 78 -68 Tennessee.................. 58 -74 Oral Roberts.............. 75 -78 Oklahoma State......... 66 -92 Akron......................... 88 -69 MD-Eastern Shore...... 95 -70

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Marietta..................... 89 -69 Cincinnati.................. 64 -68 Xavier........................ 93 -78 UIC............................ 78 -76 Youngstown State...... 55 -67 St. Francis (PA).......... 65 -57 Akron.................... OT 71 -75 Utica.......................... 64 -63 Robert Morris............. 63 -64 UIC............................ 75 -70 Green Bay.................. 49 -46 Youngstown State...... 91 -71 Louisville................... 74 -95 Valparaiso................. 99 -78 Penn State................. 66 -61

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F – Darren Tillis (17.3 points/ 12.8 rebounds), Mike Sweeney (10.5/4.3 apg), C – Dave Youdath (13.0/5.0), G – Lee Reed (10.5/1.8), Jim Les (7.1/5.9 apg), Reserve – Dave Colbert (10.5/4.1)

1982-83

Won 8, Lost 20

Coach—Ray Dieringer N 27 Denison..................... 70 -53 WG D 4 Kent State........... 4OT 89 -91 A 8 Michigan................... 72 -95 A 13 Cornell....................... 59 -68 PH 17 Southern.................... 59 -62 A 18 LSU............................ 77 -115 A 21 Michigan State.......... 56 -95 A 23 Detroit....................... 63 -65 A 30 Brooklyn..................... 43 -41 WG J 3 Akron......................... 66 -70 A 5 Valparaiso*............... 64 -75 A 8 Robert Morris........ OT 69 -73 PH 12 Youngstown State...... 57 -65 PH 15 MD-Eastern Shore...... 89 -66 A 17 St. Francis (PA).......... 74 -63 A 22 Towson State............. 71 -70 PH 24 U.S. International...... 84 -85 A 25 U.S. International...... 91 -81 A 29 Boston University....... 74 -89 A 31 Valparaiso*............... 59 -64 PH F 3 Xavier........................ 72 -102 A 5 UIC*.......................... 81 -83 PH 8 Akron......................... 83 -82 PH 12 Youngstown State...... 77 -99 A 14 Utica.......................... 59 -74 A 16 UIC*.......................... 66 -75 A 23 Niagara................ OT 75 -77 A 26 Green Bay*................ 74 -66 WG F – Dave Colbert (15.6 points/ 8.1 rebounds), Steve Corbin (8.5/2.1), C – Dave Youdath (16.6/8.3), G – Lee Reed (7.9/4.1 apg), Vince Richards (6.4/2.8), Reserves – Lionel King (4.2/2.6), Doug Schultz (5.4/4.1) * - AMCU Game (1-4)

1983-84

Won 14, Lost 16

Coach—Kevin Mackey N 26 Eastern Mich........ OT 60 -66 PH 29 Ferris State................ 85 -57 PH D 3 Cornell....................... 68 -72 A 12 Michigan State.......... 62 -71 PH 17 Kent State.................. 70 -74 PH 19 Ashland..................... 63 -54 PH 22 Detroit....................... 63 -56 PH 27 Northwestern............. 51 -63 A 29 Brooklyn..................... 77 -59 PH J 4 Valparaiso*............... 49 -52 PH 7 MD-Eastern Shore.... 100 -67 PH 11 Eastern Illinois*........ 66 -67 PH 21 UIC*........................ 102 -108 A 23 Green Bay*................ 66 -67 A 25 Northern Iowa*.......... 56 -68 A 30 SW Missouri State*.... 86 -66 PH F 3 Xavier........................ 87 -76 PH 4 Northern Iowa*.......... 68 -71 PH 6 Western Illinois*........ 63 -67 A 11 UIC*.......................... 75 -84 PH 13 Valparaiso*............... 93 -89 A 15 Western Illinois*........ 92 -76 PH 18 Eastern Illinois*........ 81 -95 A 20 Green Bay*................ 85 -68 WG 22 Niagara..................... 93 -77 WG 25 Utica.......................... 68 -55 WG M 6 SW Missouri State*.... 62 -77 A AMCU-8 Tourney (Springfield, Mo.)

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2011-12 Vikings 9 Northern Iowa....... OT 93 -79 10 SW Missouri St........... 59 -58 11 Western Illinois.......... 64 -73

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F – Eric Mudd (7.5 points/ 4.5 rebounds), Clinton Ransey (13.4/4.5), C – Dave Youdath (13.7/7.7), G – Vince Richards (10.7/2.8), Shawn Hood (5.2/4.3 apg), Steve Corbin (6.7/1.7), Reserve – Eddie Bryant (5.8/3.2 apg)

14 Indiana...................... 83 -79 16 St. Joseph.................. 75 -69

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NCAA East Regional Finals 21 Navy.......................... 70 -71

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* - AMCU-8 Game (4-10)

F – Clinton Smith (16.2 points/ 5.2 rebounds), Clinton Ransey (14.5/5.1), C – Eric Mudd (12.2/8.3), G – Eddie Bryant (5.3/4.4 apg), Ken McFadden (13.7/2.1), Reserves – Bob Crawford (5.8/4.4), Shawn Hood (4.7/3.6 apg), Steve Corbin (4.9/1.6)

1984-85

* - AMCU-8 Game (13-1)

Won 21, Lost 8

AMCU-8 Conference Champions Coach—Kevin Mackey N 25 Clarion..................... 105 -65 WG 28 John Carroll............... 88 -43 WG D 1 Penn State............... 112 -82 WG 5 Maryland................... 84 -95 A 8 Eastern Mich..... 2OT105 -109 A 10 Kenyon..................... 103 -69 WG 15 Kent State.................. 69 -79 A 27 Youngstown State...... 63 -70 A 29 Northwestern............. 66 -54 WG J 5 Utica.......................... 67 -59 A 8 Eastern Illinois*... OT 83 -72 WG 12 Green Bay*................ 82 -66 WG 14 UIC*.......................... 72 -75 WG 16 Akron......................... 52 -50 A 19 Northern Iowa*.......... 66 -64 A 21 Western Illinois*........ 77 -84 A 26 SW Missouri State*.... 71 -65 WG 28 Kent State.................. 79 -78 WG F 2 Valparaiso*............. 104 -73 A 4 Akron......................... 76 -58 WG 11 UIC*.......................... 90 -72 A 13 Green Bay*................ 73 -68 A 16 Northern Iowa*.......... 79 -63 WG 18 Western Ill.*......... OT 78 -69 WG 23 SW Missouri St.*........ 76 -88 A 25 Eastern Illinois*........ 78 -70 A M 2 Valparaiso*............. 105 -87 WG AMCU-8 Tourney (Cleveland, Ohio) 6 Green Bay.................. 85 -67 WG 8 SW Missouri State...... 76 -79 WG F – Clinton Smith (14.8 points/ 5.5 rebounds), Clinton Ransey (18.4/5.2), C – Bob Crawford (8.4/6.5), G – Vince Richards (12.2/2.0), Shawn Hood (4.1/1.2), Reserves – Steve Corbin (3.9/1.5), Eric Mudd (8.1/6.5), Eddie Bryant (5.9/1.0) * - AMCU-8 Game (11-3)

1985-86

Won 29, Lost 4

AMCU-8 Conference Champions Coach—Kevin Mackey N 25 Clarion..................... 105 -65 WG 30 Central Conn St....... 118 -66 WG D 2 Youngstown State.... 101 -69 WG 3 Ohio Wesleyan........... 98 -49 WG 7 Ohio State.................. 95 -99 A 10 Akron......................... 88 -76 WG 14 Kent State................ 101 -76 WG 21 Eastern Michigan.... 108 -59 WG 23 MD-Eastern Shore...... 90 -56 A 29 Michigan................... 85 -105 A J 4 Utica.......................... 92 -61 WG 11 Green Bay*................ 76 -59 A 13 UIC*........................ 101 -77 A 15 DePaul....................... 90 -75 A 18 Northern Iowa*........ 102 -88 WG 20 Western Illinois*........ 60 -53 WG 22 Eastern Illinois*...... 112 -89 A 25 SW Missouri State*.... 61 -65 A 27 Kent State.................. 75 -55 A F 1 Valparaiso*............... 91 -66 WG 8 Green Bay*.............. 103 -64 WG 12 UIC*........................ 113 -75 WG 15 Northern Iowa*.......... 80 -65 A 17 Western Illinois*........ 76 -64 A 22 SW Missouri State*.... 94 -67 WG 24 Eastern Illinois*........ 76 -68 WG 27 Valparaiso*............... 72 -50 A AMCU-8 Tourney (Springfield, Mo.) M 6 Northern Iowa............ 73 -68 N 7 UIC.......................... 100 -84 N 8 Eastern Illinois.......... 70 -66 N

1986-87

Coca-Cola NIT Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) N 22 Memphis.................... 66 -70 A Clarion..................... 135 -61 WG St. Joseph.................. 85 -80 WG Canisius.................... 66 -61 A Akron.................... OT 69 -73 A Youngstown State...... 87 -73 A Eastern Michigan...... 79 -76 A VCU...................... OT 91 -89 A MD-Eastern Shore...... 99 -69 WG Canisius.................... 82 -61 WG Florida A&M............... 95 -87 WG Bowling Green........... 79 -70 A Western Illinois*........ 97 -73 A Marist........................ 52 -49 N SW Missouri State*.... 68 -63 WG Valparaiso*.......... OT 78 -67 A Eastern Illinois*........ 69 -52 A UIC*.......................... 89 -100 WG Green Bay*................ 57 -62 A Northern Iowa*.......OT 79 -81 A Western Illinois*........ 85 -61 WG Eastern Illinois*........ 92 -67 WG SW Missouri State*.... 71 -83 A Valparaiso*............. 100 -82 WG Central Michigan..... 111 -101 WG UIC*........................ 108 -85 A Green Bay*................ 75 -50 WG Northern Iowa*.......... 81 -72 WG

AMCU-8 Tourney (Springfield, Mo.) 5 Eastern Illinois.......... 60 -53 N 6 UIC............................ 94 -78 N 7 SW Missouri St........... 87 -90 A NIT First Round (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 12 Chattanooga.............. 92 -73 A NIT Second Round (Cleveland, Ohio) 16 Illinois State.............. 77 -79 PH F – Clinton Ransey (16.1 points/5.8 rebounds), Pat Vuyancih (6.8/4.3), C – Warren Bradley (7.3/8.8), G – Eddie Bryant (8.2/3.0 apg), Ken McFadden (21.5/3.0/2.1 apg), Reserves – Shawn Hood (4.6/0.9), Ray Salters (7.2/3.0), Hersey Strong (6.2/3.2) * - AMCU-8 Game (10-4)

1987-88

Won 22, Lost 8

Coach—Kevin Mackey N 30 Clarion....................... 88 -44 D 2 St. Joseph.................. 77 -72 12 Fairleigh Dickinson..... 80 -82 13 Youngstown State.... 103 -75 16 Louisville................... 79 -93 19 Kent State.................. 73 -66 23 Eastern Michigan.... 103 -88

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First Bank Milwaukee Classic (Milwaukee, Wis.) Niagara..................... 86 -76 Marquette.................. 72 -70 Bowling Green........... 84 -70 Akron......................... 80 -73 Central Michigan....... 77 -82 Western Illinois*........ 77 -76 Eastern Illinois*........ 95 -84 SW Missouri State*.... 84 -89 Valparaiso*............... 91 -72

N A WG WG A WG WG A WG

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NCAA East Regional

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UIC*.......................... 90 -73 Green Bay*................ 74 -68 Northern Iowa*........ 110 -82 Western Ill.*......... OT 94 -91 VCU........................... 83 -76 Eastern Illinois*........ 71 -76 SW Missouri State*.... 75 -53 Toledo........................ 76 -85 Valparaiso*............... 80 -66 UIC*.......................... 89 -69 Green Bay*............ OT 74 -86 Northern Iowa*..... OT 86 -81

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NIT First Round (Cleveland, Ohio) M 18 Illinois State......... OT 89 -83 PH

Won 25, Lost 8

Coach—Kevin Mackey

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28 F 1 6 8 10 13 15 17 20 22 27 29

NIT Second Round (Columbus, Ohio) 22 Ohio State.................. 80 -86 A F – Hersey Strong (7.1 points/ 2.7 rebounds), Warren Bradley (6.8/8.5), C – Eric Mudd (17.7/8.5), G – Ken McFadden (20.5/2.7/5.9 apg), Kenny Robertson (6.2/2.1/3.7 apg), Reserves – William Stanley (7.2/3.6), Frenchy Tomlin (6.1/1.1) * - AMCU-8 Game (11-3)

1988-89

Won 16, Lost 12

Coach—Kevin Mackey N 25 Clarion #.................... 93 -47 26 Slippery Rock............. 79 -80 D 2 Creighton................... 69 -70 3 Wagner #................. 103 -72 10 Youngstown State...... 97 -90 14 Eastern Michigan...... 68 -90 17 Kent State.................. 78 -86 21 Toledo........................ 84 -77

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Sun Bowl Tourney (El Paso, Texas) 29 UTEP.......................... 54 -96 A 30 Lamar........................ 71 -76 N J 7 11 14 16 21 23 28 30 F 4 6 11 13 18 20 25 27 M 4 6

UMKC......................... 87 -61 Akron......................... 78 -77 Green Bay.............. OT 75 -73 UIC............................ 91 -83 Northern Iowa....... OT 98 -99 Western Illinois.......... 94 -90 SW Missouri State...... 68 -61 Eastern Illinois.......... 81 -88 Valparaiso................. 88 -91 Creighton................... 82 -92 Green Bay.................. 91 -85 UIC............................ 83 -80 Northern Iowa.......... 121 -83 Western Illinois.......... 89 -70 SW Missouri State...... 86 -81 Eastern Illinois.......... 91 -72 Valparaiso............... 107 -86 UMKC......................... 99 -61

A A A PH A A PH PH A A PH A WG WG A A WG WG

F – Warren Bradley (8.5 points/ 10.3 rebounds), William Stanley (11.3/2.8), C – Brian Parker (14.8/5.6), G – Ken McFadden (22.9/2.9/7.0 apg), Kenny Robertson (8.1/3.8/4.3 apg), Reserves – Steve Malloy (7.0/3.7), Desmond Porter (5.9/2.1), Greg Allen (3.8/1.2) # - Later forfeited by CSU

1989-90

Won 15, Lost 13

Coach—Kevin Mackey N 25 Tiffin.......................... 87 -63 WG 27 Slippery Rock............. 86 -73 WG D 4 Louisville................... 77 -104 A 6 Creighton................... 69 -77 A 9 Malone....................... 87 -94 WG 16 Marshall.................... 84 -71 A 18 Mid Tenn St........... OT 67 -65 A 21 Eastern Mich........ OT 98 -104 WG 23 Kent State.................. 70 -73 WG 30 UL-Lafayette............ 104 -96 PH J 3 Akron......................... 83 -66 PH 6 Middle Tenn St........... 76 -69 PH 10 Youngstown State...... 83 -67 WG 13 UL-Lafayette.............. 92 -103 A 15 Valparaiso................. 79 -65 WG 20 Eastern Illinois.......... 84 -91 A 22 SW Missouri State...... 89 -86 A 29 Northern Iowa............ 75 -77 WG 31 Green Bay.................. 83 -91 WG

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UIC............................ 72 -75 A Green Bay.................. 76 -86 A Valparaiso................. 85 -72 A Fla. International..... 105 -99 A Eastern Illinois.......... 84 -64 WG SW Missouri State...... 73 -84 WG Western Illinois.......... 93 -91 A Northern Iowa............ 76 -78 A UIC............................ 91 -79 WG

F – Steve Givens (14.8 points/ 7.9 rebounds), Desmond Porter (8.7/3.2/3.3 apg), C – Brain Parker (16.5/6.4), G – Kenny Robertson (12.0/3.7/5.3 apg), William Stanley (14.3/5.4), Reserves – Maurice Harper (4.7/3.6), Greg Allen (6.0/1.8)

1990-91

Won 12, Lost 16

Coach—Mike Boyd

North Coast Invit. (Cleveland, Ohio) N 24 Princeton................... 57 -70 PH 25 Wright State.............. 99 -92 PH 27 Allegheny................... 90 -63 WG Mazda Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) 30 Colorado State........... 88 -91 D 1 Navy........................ 106 -98 12 15 19 29 J 2 5 7 9 12 14 19 21 26 28 F 2 4 9 11 18 23 25 28

Eastern Michigan...... 75 -87 Marshall.................... 79 -81 Louisville................... 80 -95 Creighton................... 64 -87 Akron*....................... 68 -66 Kent State.................. 67 -83 Valparaiso*............... 70 -57 Youngstown State...... 91 -87 Northern Iowa*.......... 67 -58 Western Illinois*........ 93 -72 UIC*.......................... 58 -56 Eastern Illinois*........ 47 -70 Green Bay*................ 64 -72 Northern Illinois*....... 44 -59 UIC*.......................... 76 -94 Valparaiso*............... 51 -49 Northern Iowa*.......... 91 -72 Western Illinois*........ 65 -70 Eastern Illinois*........ 71 -65 Northern Illinois*....... 48 -65 Green Bay*................ 62 -73 Akron *...................... 60 -64

N N A WG A WG WG A A A WG WG WG A WG WG A WG A A WG A A A

Mid-Continent Tourney (Green Bay, Wis.) M 3 Northern Iowa....... OT 75 -79 N F – Steve Givens (13.2 points/ 8.5 rebounds), Desmond Porter (5.4/3.2/2.8 apg), C – Shawn Fergus (13.4/6.2), G – Gravelle Craig (6.0/2.7/4.9 apg), Mike Wawrzyniak (13.5/2.7), Reserve – Anthony Reed (10.8/3.4), Marvin McGrew (5.4/2.1), * - Mid-Continent Game (8-8)

1991-92

Western Illinois*........ 80 -69 A Eastern Illinois*........ 62 -52 A UIC*.......................... 67 -72 WC Valparaiso*............... 77 -62 WC Akron *...................... 81 -58 A Youngstown State...... 93 -70 WC

Mid-Continent Tourney (Cleveland, Ohio) 8 Akron.................... OT 80 -77 WC 9 UIC............................ 59 -83 WC F – Anthony Reed (13.2 points/ 4.4 rebounds), Juan Hill (5.8/5.8), C – Shawn Fergus (8.3/4.0), G – Gravelle Craig (11.7/3.3/5.5 apg), G- Craig Caldwell (8.1/1.7/3.5 apg), Reserves – Derek Allen (6.7/5.2), Greg Allen (8.0/2.2), Walter Evans (4.0/3.0) * - Mid-Continent Game (7-9)

1992-93

Won 22, Lost 6

Mid-Continent Conference Champions Coach—Mike Boyd D 9 Eastern Michigan...... 75 -61 WC 14 Michigan................... 56 -88 A 19 Bowling Green........... 61 -59 WC 23 Mid Tenn St................ 69 -77 A 30 St. Francis (PA).......... 77 -62 WC J 2 Kent State.................. 81 -64 A 5 Fla. International....... 73 -74 A 9 Eastern Ill.*.......... OT 74 -66 WC 11 Western Illinois*........ 94 -75 WC 13 Cincinnati.................. 63 -72 WC 16 Northern Illinois*....... 73 -66 WC 18 Green Bay*................ 81 -66 WC 23 Youngstown State*.... 88 -48 WC 27 Wright State*............ 99 -91 A 30 UIC*.......................... 86 -73 A F 1 Valparaiso*............... 75 -73 A 4 Creighton................... 69 -60 A 8 Wright State*....... OT 91 -85 WC 13 Eastern Ill*........... OT 76 -75 A 15 Western Illinois*........ 96 -82 A 18 UIC*.......................... 67 -64 WC 20 Valparaiso*............... 85 -81 WC 22 Youngstown State*.... 96 -78 A 24 Buffalo...................... 76 -69 A 27 Northern Illinois*....... 62 -67 A M 1 Green Bay*................ 63 -61 A Mid-Continent Tourney (Dayton, Ohio) 7 Western Illinois.......... 64 -53 N 8 UIC............................ 68 -96 N F – Anthony Reed (15.6 points/ 3.9 rebounds), Sam Mitchell (16.8/8.0), C – Shawn Fergus (6.2/3.2), G – Gravelle Craig (13.6/4.0), Craig Caldwell (7.0/2.8), Reserves – Greg Allen (3.0/0.9), Juan Hill (5.7/5.1), Reggie Welch (5.0/1.8) * - Mid-Continent Game (15-1)

1993-94

Won 14, Lost 15

Coach—Mike Boyd

Won 16, Lost 13

Coach—Mike Boyd N 25 Bowling Green........... 63 -54

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River City Classic (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 29 SE Missouri................ 88 -80 A 30 UMKC......................... 67 -73 N D 3 7 14 18 21 28 J 2 4 6 13 16 18 20 25 27 F 1 3 10

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Cincinnati.................. 56 -91 Michigan................... 61 -80 Eastern Michigan...... 74 -60 Creighton................... 76 -68 Northern Michigan..... 95 -65 St. Francis (PA).......... 75 -58 Kent State.................. 52 -49 Green Bay*................ 56 -67 Northern Illinois*....... 77 -82 Akron*....................... 67 -71 UIC*.......................... 65 -79 Eastern Illinois*..... OT 71 -73 Western Illinois*........ 68 -78 Valparaiso*............... 66 -67 Wright State*............ 55 -52 Northern Illinois*....... 71 -55 Green Bay*................ 53 -92 Wright State*............ 85 -67

A WC A WC WC A WC WC WC WC A WC WC A A A A WC

Pre-Season NIT (Amherst, Mass.) N 18 Massachusetts.......... 60 -68

A

29 Michigan................... 71 -84 A D 4 Saginaw Valley St...... 74 -67 WC 7 Michigan State.......... 76 -90 WC Bearcat Invitational (Cincinnati, Ohio) 10 Cincinnati.................. 70 -92 A 11 Boise State................ 44 -53 N 21 23 J 5 10 15 17 22 24 27 29 31 F 5 7 12 14

Mid Tenn St................ 67 -59 WC Kent State......... 4OT 104 -101 WC Wright State*....... OT 84 -77 A Eastern Illinois*........ 71 -56 A Milwaukee*............... 84 -60 WC Green Bay*................ 56 -78 WC Valparaiso*............... 74 -87 A UIC*.......................... 74 -103 A Youngstown State*.... 64 -67 A Western Illinois*........ 54 -64 WC Northern Illinois*....... 59 -75 WC Milwaukee*............... 97 -75 A Green Bay*................ 62 -83 A Wright State*............ 68 -69 WC Eastern Illinois*........ 81 -75 WC

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Western Illinois*........ 85 -68 Northern Ill.*........ OT 81 -80 Youngstown State*.... 77 -72 Valparaiso*............... 76 -83 UIC*.......................... 66 -65 Buffalo...................... 77 -55

A A WC WC WC WC

Mid-Continent Tourney (Chicago, Ill.) 6 Wright State.............. 70 -67 N 7 Green Bay.................. 63 -93 N F – Juan Hill (9.0 points/8.3 rebounds), Malcolm Sims (11.6/4.6), C – Sam Mitchell (16.9/8.4), G – Craig Caldwell (10.1/2.7), Derrick Zeigler (4.4/3.9), Reserves – Reggie Welch (11.1/3.3), Joe Rey (9.2/3.3) * - Mid-Continent Game (9-9)

1994-95

Won 10, Lost 17

Coach—Mike Boyd N 26 Hillsdale.................... 87 -78 WC D 3 IPFW.......................... 97 -76 WC 5 Southern Utah St....... 82 -87 A 8 Akron......................... 57 -66 A 12 Michigan State.......... 68 -111 A Rock-N-Roll Shootout (Cleveland, Ohio) 17 Ohio State.................. 75 -73 QLA 19 Prairie View A&M....... 92 -69 WC 22 Kent State.................. 84 -70 A ASU Tribune Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 28 Vanderbilt.................. 64 -93 N 29 Pacific....................... 85 -94 N J 5 7 9 14 19 21 26 28 30 F 2 6 9 11 16 19 22

Xavier*...................... 69 -84 Wright State*............ 74 -82 Green Bay*................ 58 -70 Detroit*..................... 56 -70 LaSalle*.................... 67 -76 Butler*...................... 78 -81 Northern Illinois*....... 64 -62 UIC*.......................... 72 -87 So. Utah St........... OT 70 -65 Xavier*...................... 75 -93 Cal Poly-SLO.............. 70 -64 Milwaukee*............... 87 -64 Detroit*..................... 66 -80 LaSalle*.................... 81 -78 Wright State*............ 60 -78 Loyola*...................... 73 -75

WC WC A A A WC WC A WC A A A WC WC A WC

MCC Tourney (Dayton, Ohio) M 3 Wright State.............. 81 -88

A

F – Malcolm Sims (10.9 points/ 3.6 rebounds), Jamal Jackson (16.4/8.1), C – Juan Hill (8.9/6.4), G – Craig Caldwell (10.8/2.7/4.5 apg), Derrick Zeigler (5.9/3.7), Reserves – Joe Rey (9.4/2.3/2.4 apg), Keith Roberson (6.0/4.0) * - Midwestern Collegiate Game (3-11)

1995-96

Won 5, Lost 21

Coach—Mike Boyd N 25 Iona........................... 65 -62 WC 27 Alcorn State............... 62 -76 A D 2 Ohio State.................. 52 -75 A 4 Akron......................... 52 -77 WC 12 Youngstown State...... 49 -59 A Rock-N-Roll Shootout (Cleveland, Ohio) 16 Dayton....................... 60 -68 QLA 18 23 J 4 6 11 13 18 20 25 27 30 F 1 3 8 10 14

Michigan................... 55 -84 A Toledo........................ 44 -71 WC Milwaukee*............... 55 -73 A Green Bay*................ 57 -71 A UIC*.......................... 83 -69 WC Wright State*............ 83 -68 WC Northern Illinois*....... 62 -76 A Detroit*..................... 48 -47 WC Butler*...................... 56 -71 A Loyola*...................... 71 -81 WC Alcorn State............... 58 -56 WC Green Bay*................ 48 -74 WC Detroit*..................... 74 -103 A Milwaukee*............... 84 -97 WC Butler*...................... 68 -76 WC Wright State*............ 54 -65 A

17 19 22 24

Loyola*...................... 58 -100 A Cal Poly-SLO.............. 67 -84 WC Northern Illinois*....... 53 -61 WC UIC*.......................... 69 -73 A

F – Derrick Zeigler (11.2 points/ 6.2 rebounds), Leonidas Skoutaris (8.9/3.3), C – Eric Nichelson (11.5/4.7), G – Joe Rey (8.8/2.8/2.5 apg), Elwyn McRoy (4.5/1.8), Reserves – Keith Roberson (5.9/5.6), Corey Robinson (7.7/2.9) * - Midwestern Collegiate Game (3-13)

1996-97

Won 9, Lost 19

Coach—Rollie Massimino N 23 Georgetown................ 67 -77 25 Akron......................... 71 -63 30 Michigan................... 74 -80 D 3 Michigan State.......... 78 -83 7 Wichita State............. 70 -72 14 Oregon....................... 65 -88 17 Youngstown State...... 69 -61 23 Toledo........................ 50 -75 30 Colorado State........... 67 -71 J 2 Butler*...................... 60 -79 4 Wright State*............ 79 -76 9 Green Bay*................ 56 -72 11 Milwaukee*............... 74 -67 15 Iona........................... 63 -98 18 Loyola*...................... 66 -68 20 Northern Illinois*....... 75 -67 23 Detroit*..................... 72 -80 25 UIC*.......................... 60 -62 30 Butler*...................... 47 -84 F 1 Wright State*....... OT 74 -71 6 Green Bay*................ 57 -48 8 Milwaukee*............... 56 -54 13 Northern Illinois*....... 64 -80 15 Loyola*...................... 61 -72 19 Detroit*..................... 60 -68 22 UIC*.......................... 67 -75

WC A WC A A A WC A WC WC WC A A A WC WC WC A A A WC WC A A A WC

MCC Tourney (Dayton, Ohio) M 1 Detroit....................... 67 -63 2 UIC............................ 42 -64

N N

F – Michael Bowens (9.4 points/ 5.9 rebounds), Derrick Zeigler (8.6/5.3), C – Eric Nichelson (8.3/4.4), G – Malcolm Sims (14.1/4.5/3.8 apg), James Madison (12.6/2.7), Reserves – Leonidas Skoutaris (3.9/1.5), Christopher Dames (3.4/2.4) * - Midwestern Collegiate Game (6-10)

1997-98

Won 12, Lost 15

Coach—Rollie Massimino N 17 UAB........................... 58 -74 19 Michigan................... 59 -77 25 Georgetown................ 56 -78 D 2 Kent State.................. 75 -74 6 Michigan State.......... 54 -85 13 Colorado State........... 62 -69 17 Akron......................... 78 -67 22 Tulsa.......................... 59 -55 29 Providence................. 60 -72 31 Brown........................ 59 -47 J 3 Wichita State........ OT 64 -63 5 Milwaukee*............... 70 -47 9 UIC*.......................... 67 -83 12 Loyola*...................... 68 -75 15 Butler*...................... 67 -62 17 Wright State*............ 85 -67 24 Detroit*..................... 70 -84 29 Green Bay*................ 63 -75 31 Milwaukee*............... 78 -81 F 1 Dayton....................... 79 -78 5 Green Bay*................ 39 -66 7 Loyola*...................... 75 -65 12 Wright State*............ 71 -67 14 Butler*...................... 44 -58 19 UIC*.......................... 72 -96 21 Detroit*..................... 60 -57

WC A A A WC A WC WC A WC WC WC A A WC WC A A A A WC WC A A WC WC

MCC Tourney (Green Bay, Wis.) 28 Green Bay.................. 53 -82

A

F – Michael Bowens (10.4 points/5.8 rebounds), JoVonn Jefferson (4.9/2.8), C – Carter Arnett (6.2/5.7), G – James Madison (15.3/2.8), Theo Dixon (10.8/4.0), Reserve – Steve Bowie (6.4/5.3)

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* - Midwestern Collegiate Game (6-8)

* - Midwestern Collegiate Game (9-5)

1998-99

Coach—Rollie Massimino N 17 Vermont..................... 68 -53 WC 19 Yale........................... 80 -70 WC

2000-01

Won 14, Lost 14

Coach—Rollie Massimino N 14 Stony Brook................ 94 -65 24 UAB........................... 58 -89 28 Providence................. 81 -87 D 1 Brown........................ 84 -54 8 Ohio........................... 64 -61 12 Kent State.................. 57 -59 19 Prairie View A&M..... 107 -74 21 Akron......................... 59 -84 23 Sacred Heart.............. 87 -82

WC A WC A WC WC WC A WC

Rock-N-Roll Shootout (Cleveland, Ohio) 27 Rhode Island............. 73 -72 QLA 29 J 2 7 9 14 16 20 23 28 30 F 4 6 11 13 16 20

Tulsa.......................... 51 -79 South Florida............. 69 -67 UIC*.......................... 77 -89 Loyola*...................... 79 -72 Butler*...................... 62 -78 Wright State*............ 74 -89 Green Bay*................ 57 -60 Detroit*..................... 58 -73 Green Bay*............ OT 67 -71 Milwaukee*............... 72 -68 UIC*.......................... 59 -56 Loyola*...................... 58 -60 Butler*...................... 73 -62 Wright State*............ 87 -64 Milwaukee*............... 75 -64 Detroit*..................... 66 -78

A WC WC WC A A A WC WC WC A A WC WC A A

MCC Tourney (Chicago, Ill.) 27 Loyola........................ 65 -59 28 Detroit....................... 65 -80

N N

F – JoVonn Jefferson (7.1 points/ 4.3 rebounds), Theo Dixon (11.0/5.8), C – Ricardo Crumble (7.3/4.4), G – Melvin McKey (6.8/3.4 apg), James Madison (15.0/2.9), Reserves – Steve Bowie (5.5/3.6), Jamaal Harris (5.7/2.5), Sonny Johnson (8.5/3.5) * - Midwestern Collegiate Game (6-8)

1999-00

Won 16, Lost 14

Coach—Rollie Massimino N 20 Ohio........................... 82 -87

A

Big Island Invitational (Hilo, Hawaii) 26 Cincinnati.................. 56 -91 N 27 Rhode Island............. 69 -73 N 28 Hawaii-Hilo................ 77 -74 A Rock-N-Roll Shootout (Cleveland, Ohio) D 4 Bowling Green........... 86 -91 QLA 7 11 14 18 20 27 30 J 6 8 10 13 15 17 22 27 29 F 3 5 10 12 16 19 24 26

Akron......................... 72 -79 WC Sacred Heart.............. 92 -76 A Prairie View A&M..... 113 -55 WC Dayton....................... 75 -60 WC Oakland..................... 81 -67 WC Temple....................... 66 -79 WC St. Bonaventure......... 69 -71 A Loyola*...................... 70 -68 A UIC*..................... OT 91 -89 A Sacred Heart.............. 80 -50 WC Butler*...................... 53 -45 WC Wright State*............ 69 -55 WC South Florida........ OT 81 -86 A Detroit*..................... 68 -71 A Green Bay*................ 72 -59 A Milwaukee*.......... OT 109 -105 A UIC*.......................... 85 -73 WC Loyola*...................... 69 -60 WC Wright State*............ 88 -91 A Butler*...................... 54 -81 A Stony Brook................ 79 -60 A Detroit*..................... 81 -69 WC Milwaukee*............... 67 -70 WC Green Bay*................ 57 -60 WC

MCC Tourney (Chicago, Ill.) M 4 UIC............................ 54 -70

A

F – Doc Taylor (6.2/3.4), Sonny Johnson (11.9/4.6), C – Kevin Ross (5.7/5.7), G – James Madison (13.0/2.7), Damon Stringer (19.1/2.9/3.6 apg), Reserves – Jamaal Harris (7.8/2.4), Tahric Gosley (3.8/2.9)

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Won 19, Lost 13

Energia Systems Thanksgiving Tourney (Kansas City, Mo.) 24 Creighton................... 59 -66 N 25 UMKC......................... 57 -55 A 26 SE Missouri................ 71 -72 N D 2 5 9 19 21 23

Siena......................... 79 -84 A California.................. 54 -62 A Oakland..................... 87 -73 A Florida State....... 2OT 87 -85 WC Akron......................... 80 -82 A Temple....................... 46 -73 A

Islander Classic (Corpus Christi, Texas) 28 Winthrop.................... 60 -53 N 29 Texas A&M-CC........... 81 -77 A J 4 6 8 11 13 16 20 25 27 F 1 3 5 8 10 18 22 24

Loyola*...................... 73 -70 UIC*.......................... 71 -62 Stony Brook................ 70 -53 Butler*...................... 52 -65 Wright State*............ 58 -67 St. Bonaventure......... 61 -64 Detroit *.................... 69 -67 Green Bay*................ 76 -72 Milwaukee*............... 57 -34 UIC*..................... OT 65 -64 Loyola*...................... 80 -77 Texas A&M-CC........... 81 -75 Wright State*............ 77 -60 Butler *..................... 56 -59 Detroit*..................... 63 -75 Milwaukee*............... 68 -86 Green Bay*................ 63 -60

WC WC WC A A WC WC WC WC A A WC WC WC A A A

MCC Tourney (Fairborn, Ohio) M 3 UIC............................ 62 -61 4 Detroit....................... 81 -91

N N

F – Andre Williams (4.2 points/4.9 rebounds), Theo Dixon (18.0/4.8), C – Kevin Ross (5.3/6.4), G – Jamaal Harris (15.3/3.3), Jermaine Robinson (10.6/2.8/2.8 apg), Reserves – Doc Taylor (6.5/4.4), Tahric Gosley (6.5/4.8), Anthony Jackson (2.6/2.9) * - Midwestern Collegiate Game (9-5)

2001-02

A WC A WC A WC A WC WC

Rock-N-Roll Shootout (Cleveland, Ohio) 29 Kent State.................. 62 -66 QLA 31 J 3 5 7 10 14 19 24 26 31 F 2 7 9 14 16 21 23

Norfolk State.............. 79 -69 Loyola*...................... 63 -87 UIC*.......................... 83 -69 Butler*...................... 45 -62 Youngstown State*.... 71 -58 Wright State*............ 64 -68 Detroit*..................... 50 -53 Milwaukee*............... 69 -78 Green Bay*................ 50 -61 Loyola*...................... 81 -60 UIC*.......................... 76 -70 Wright State*............ 72 -87 Butler........................ 45 -70 Youngstown State*.... 58 -48 Detroit*..................... 62 -72 Milwaukee*............... 69 -67 Green Bay*................ 66 -74

* - Horizon League Game (6-10)

2002-03

Won 8, Lost 22

Coach—Rollie Massimino

Dell BCA Invitational (Fort Collins, Colo.) N 16 Florida Atlantic.......... 66 -71 N 18 IPFW.......................... 78 -71 N 19 Colorado State........... 63 -77 A 27 Duquesne.................. 74 -67 A 30 California............. OT 64 -73 WC D 4 Akron......................... 68 -65 A 6 MD-Eastern Shore...... 81 -61 WC 8 Michigan State.......... 47 -79 A 14 Kent State.................. 68 -91 WC 18 IUPUI......................... 74 -90 WC 21 Boston University....... 70 -56 WC Rock-N-Roll Shootout (Cleveland, Ohio) 28 Bowling Green........... 72 -80 QLA J 2 Green Bay*................ 66 -55 WC 4 Milwaukee*............... 58 -70 WC 9 Youngstown State*.... 55 -57 A 11 Wright State*............ 55 -52 WC 16 UIC*.......................... 63 -69 A 18 Loyola*...................... 65 -77 A 25 Detroit*..................... 51 -70 WC 28 St. Bonaventure #...... 67 -81 A F 1 Butler*...................... 57 -73 A 6 Green Bay*................ 56 -89 A 8 Milwaukee*............... 69 -86 A 13 Youngstown State*.... 86 -76 WC 15 Wright State*............ 63 -76 A 20 UIC*.......................... 74 -87 WC 22 Loyola*...................... 72 -77 WC 24 Butler*............... 2OT 75 -79 WC M 1 Detroit*..................... 55 -72 A Horizon League Tourney (Chicago, Ill.) 4 Loyola........................ 57 -69 N F – Tahric Gosley (9.0 points/ 6.3 rebounds), Andre Williams (6.7/5.3), C – Pape Badiane (6.5/5.3), G – Walt Chavis (4.1/4.9 apg), Jermaine Robinson (10.5/3.0 apg) Reserves – Modibo Niakate (11.9/3.5), Percell Coles (11.6/1.6), Jonathan Burge (8.4/2.3) * - Horizon League Game (3-13)

Won 12, Lost 16

Coach—Rollie Massimino N 16 IUPUI......................... 65 -82 20 St. Bonaventure......... 64 -79 24 Vermont..................... 72 -69 D 1 Siena......................... 83 -66 4 Stony Brook................ 56 -64 15 Akron......................... 79 -66 19 Florida State.............. 63 -76 22 Prairie View A&M....... 90 -53 27 Duquesne.................. 82 -64

Andre Williams (7.1/5.0), C – Tahric Gosley (7.5/5.1), G – Jamaal Harris (15.5/4.0), Jermaine Robinson (8.1/2.3/2.9 apg), Reserves – Pape Badiane (5.9/1.8), Walt Chavis (1.9/2.6 apg)

WC A A WC WC WC A A A WC WC A A A WC WC WC

2003-04

Won 4, Lost 25

Coach—Mike Garland N 22 25 29 D 3 6 13 17 20 22

Central State............. 76 -63 WC Florida A&M............... 97 -88 A North Carolina........... 76 -82 WC Penn State................. 62 -73 A Utah Valley State....... 66 -48 WC Norfolk State.............. 64 -52 A Kent State.................. 66 -116 A Akron......................... 59 -61 WC Boston University....... 62 -64 A

Islander Classic (Corpus Christi, Texas) 29 Georgia Southern....... 64 -79 N 30 Drake......................... 80 -83 N J 3 5 8 10 17 19 22 24 29 31 F 5 7 12 14

Green Bay*................ 69 -70 Loyola*...................... 83 -90 Wright State*............ 72 -78 Youngstown State*.... 82 -86 UIC*.......................... 68 -83 Detroit*..................... 53 -75 Milwaukee*............... 64 -78 Youngstown State*.... 59 -61 Butler*...................... 43 -61 Wright State*............ 56 -72 Green Bay*................ 58 -60 Detroit*..................... 55 -77 Butler*...................... 56 -57 UIC*.......................... 56 -67

A WC WC A A WC WC WC A A WC A WC WC

Horizon League Tourney (Cleveland, Ohio) M 2 Detroit ...................... 63 -67 WC

BracketBuster Saturday (Cleveland, Ohio) 21 Eastern Michigan...... 66 -87 WC

F – Theo Dixon (14.7 points/ 6.0 rebounds),

26 Loyola*...................... 59 -70

A

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2011-12 Vikings 28 Milwaukee*............... 63 -88 Horizon Tourney (Detroit, Mich.) M 2 Detroit....................... 36 -62

A

25 Green Bay*................ 72 -76 WC

A

Horizon League Tourney (Detroit, Mich.) 28 Detroit....................... 58 -92 A

F – Jermaine Robinson (19.6 points/ 4.7 rebounds), Omari Westley (14.8/8.6), C – Pape Badiane (7.3/5.7), G – Walt Chavis (5.6/ 3.7 apg), Victor Morris (6.2/2.2 apg) Reserves – Percell Coles (10.2/1.5), Patrick Tatham (3.8/4.7), Luke Murphy (2.3/2.0), Amadou Koundoul (1.8/1.9) * - Horizon League Game (0-16)

2004-05

Won 9, Lost 17

Coach—Mike Garland N 20 27 D 2 8 11 18 23 30 J 3 6 8 11 15 20 22 27 29 F 3 5 10 12 16

Hillsdale.................... 73 -64 WC Norfolk State.............. 79 -47 WC Clarion....................... 91 -73 WC Akron......................... 75 -79 A Kent State.................. 68 -71 WC Utah Valley State....... 65 -72 A Eastern Michigan...... 76 -89 A North Carolina........... 64 -107 A Loyola*...................... 55 -70 A Wright State*............ 57 -73 A Youngstown State*.... 78 -62 WC Green Bay*................ 76 -81 A UIC*.......................... 57 -74 A Milwaukee*............... 65 -85 A Youngstown State*.... 78 -77 A Butler*...................... 77 -57 WC Wright State*............ 67 -53 WC Green Bay*................ 62 -69 WC Detroit*..................... 69 -62 WC Butler*...................... 65 -56 A UIC*.......................... 66 -73 WC Detroit*..................... 52 -67 A

BracketBuster Saturday (Mt. Pleasant, MI) 19 Central Michigan....... 70 -79 A 23 Loyola*...................... 63 -67 WC 26 Milwaukee*............... 59 -81 WC Horizon League Tourney (Chicago, Ill.) M 1 UIC............................ 65 -84 A F – Raheem Moss (12.8 points/3.5 rebounds), Omari Westley (17.1/8.3), C – Patrick Tatham (8.8/5.1), G – Walt Chavis (4.8/4.2 apg), Mike Redell (6.2/3.4 apg) Reserves – Modibo Niakate (9/7/2.0), Steve Gansey (5.3/1.7), Frashon McGee (5.3/3.6), Victor Morris (5.1/1.5), Justin Henderson (4.2/2.3) * - Horizon League Game (6-10)

2005-06

Won 10, Lost 18

Coach—Mike Garland N 19 22 26 30 D 3 10 16 20 22 29 J 2 5 12 14 16 19 21 25 28 F 2 4 8 11 15

Florida A&M............... 66 -68 WC North Carolina........... 55 -112 A Rochester College...... 76 -43 WG Central Michigan....... 56 -43 WC Kent State.................. 68 -83 A Albany....................... 65 -78 WC Michigan State.......... 75 -83 A Utah Valley St....... OT 70 -69 WC John Caroll................. 84 -53 WC Loyola*...................... 60 -77 WC Milwaukee*............... 68 -75 A Wright State*............ 55 -58 WC Detroit*................ OT 59 -53 WC Youngstown State*.... 63 -50 A Akron......................... 50 -62 WC UIC*.......................... 87 -83 A Green Bay*................ 66 -63 A Butler*...................... 51 -55 WC Youngstown State*.... 63 -68 WC Detroit*..................... 73 -84 A Loyola*...................... 75 -81 A Butler*...................... 49 -78 A Milwaukee*............... 57 -86 WC Wright State*............ 63 -56 A

BracketBuster Saturday (Cleveland, Ohio) 18 Delaware................... 52 -40 WC 22 UIC*..................... OT 67 -72 WC

F – Patrick Tatham (7.6 points/6.0 rebounds), J’Nathan Bullock (11.3/4.5), C – Ije Nwankwo(11.0/5.2), G – Carlos English (8.1/4.6 apg), Raheem Moss (10.0/3.3) Reserves – Victor Morris (7.6/2.7), Frashon McGee (4.5/5.0), Steve Gansey (3.8/0.9), Justin Henderson (1.8/1.6), Renard Fields (1.3/1.3) * - Horizon League Game (5-11)

2006-07

Won 10, Lost 21

Coach—Gary Waters

N 11 George Mason............ 74 -79 WC 13 Notre Dame (OH)........ 88 -62 WC America’s Youth Classic (Evansville, Ind.) 17 Buffalo...................... 73 -77 N 18 Evansville.................. 49 -63 A 19 Miami (Fla.)............... 78 -67 N 22 John Carroll............... 84 -65 WC 26 Delaware................... 59 -53 A 29 Kent State.................. 66 -59 WC D 2 Butler*...................... 45 -70 A 5 Kansas State............. 60 -93 A 9 Ohio State.................. 57 -78 A 17 Central Michigan.....2OT 76 -78 A 19 Chicago State...... OT 77 -82 WC 27 UIC*.......................... 62 -72 WC 30 West Virginia Tech..... 73 -52 WC J 4 Loyola*...................... 55 -66 A 6 Green Bay*................ 53 -65 A 11 Milwaukee*............... 48 -60 WC 13 Detroit*..................... 63 -61 WC 18 Wright State*............ 67 -78 WC 20 Youngstown State*.... 63 -68 A 27 UIC*.......................... 60 -55 A 29 Milwaukee*.......... OT 56 -57 A F 1 Loyola*...................... 57 -61 WC 3 Green Bay*................ 66 -79 WC 8 Butler*...................... 50 -92 WC 14 Wright State*............ 55 -68 A ESPNU BracketBusters (Northridge, Calif.) 17 Cal St. Northridge...... 85 -76 A 21 Detroit*.................... 48 -60 A 24 Youngstown State*.... 68 -55 WC Horizon League Tourney (Green Bay, Wis.) 27 Green Bay.................. 59 -78 A F – Raheem Moss (10.6 points/4.2 rebounds), J’Nathan Bullock (13.5/6.5), C – Patrick Tatham (5.6, 4.8), G – Carlos English (8.6, 4.1 apg), Joe Davis (9.2, 2.0) Reserves – Victor Morris (7.5, 2.5), Bahaadar Russell (6.9, 1.7), Kevin Francis (6.2, 4.4), Breyohn Watson (2.3, 1.0), Renard Fields (2.0, 2.9), Tristan Crawford (1.6, 1.3)

2007-08

Won 21, Lost 13

Coach—Gary Waters

Glenn Wilkes Classic (Tampa, Fla.) N 9 South Florida............. 73 -70 A 13 George Mason............ 47 -56 A Glenn Wilkes Classic (Daytona Beach, Fla.) 16 Georgia Southern....... 70 -72 N 17 Florida State.............. 69 -66 N 18 Florida Atlantic.......... 76 -66 N 24 28 D 1 4 8

John Carroll............... 67 -57 WC Cal State Northridge.. 68 -78 WC Geneva.................... 107 -51 WC Chicago State............ 77 -73 A Youngstown State*.... 77 -54 H

McLendon Scholarship Classic (Cleveland, Ohio) 18 Ohio State.................. 63 -80 QLA 22 Central Michigan....... 86 -70 WC 29 Kent State.................. 69 -84 A J 3 Loyola*...................... 63 -55 WC

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UIC*.......................... 68 -51 Detroit*..................... 74 -64 Wright State*............ 65 -63 Butler*...................... 56 -52 Valparaiso*............... 69 -63 Green Bay*................ 50 -59 Milwaukee*............... 71 -79 UIC*.......................... 68 -74 Loyola*...................... 53 -65 Wright State*............ 49 -55 Detroit*..................... 60 -56 Green Bay*................ 81 -64 Valparaiso*............... 71 -58 Butler*...................... 46 -51 Milwaukee*............... 74 -64

WC A A WC WC A A A A WC WC WC A A WC

O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters (Cleveland, Ohio) 23 Marist........................ 59 -44 WC M 1 Youngstown State*.... 65 -58

A

Horizon League Tourney (Indianapolis, Ind.) 8 Valparaiso................. 78 -73 N 11 Butler........................ 55 -70 A NIT First Round (Dayton, Ohio) 19 Dayton....................... 57 -66

A

F – J’Nathan Bullock (14.8 points, 6.6 rebounds), George Tandy (4.2, 4.2) C – Chris Moore (4.9, 2.7), G – Cedric Jackson (13.9, 4.9, 4.9 apg), Breyohn Watson (5.2, 2.0) Reserves – Joe Davis (8.4, 1.5), Norris Cole (4.9, 1.4), D’Aundray Brown (4.9, 3.7), Kevin Francis (4.3, 3.9), Renard Fields (2.1, 1.5). * - Horizon League Game (12-6)

2008-09

Won 26, Lost 11

Coach—Gary Waters

N 15 Oakland..................... 58 -55 WC CBE Classic (Seattle, Wash.) 18 Washington............... 63 -78 A McLendon Scholarship Classic (Cleveland, Ohio) 22 Kansas State............. 59 -69 WC CBE Classic (Miami, Fla.) 24 Saint Leo................... 72 -62 25 Toledo........................ 77 -56 26 Florida International.. 66 -58 D 2 4 6 13 15 20 23 27 30 J 3 8 10 15 17 23 29 31 F 5 7 12 14 18

N N A

Valparaiso*............... 66 -42 Butler*...................... 48 -50 West Virginia............. 43 -53 Marist........................ 66 -47 Syracuse.................... 72 -69 La Roche.................... 72 -46 Kent State.................. 67 -41 Notre Dame College... 91 -40 Wright State*............ 62 -71 Detroit*..................... 53 -44 Loyola*...................... 76 -50 UIC*.......................... 79 -69 Green Bay*................ 65 -80 Milwaukee*............... 75 -77 Youngstown State*.... 60 -64 Detroit*..................... 66 -49 Wright State*............ 59 -50 UIC*.......................... 66 -63 Loyola*...................... 83 -70 Milwaukee*............... 70 -61 Green Bay*................ 83 -75 Youngstown State*.... 58 -54

WC WC A A A WC WC WC A A WC WC A A A WC WC A A WC WC WC

O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters (Wichita, Kan.) 21 Wichita State............. 59 -70

A

26 Valparaiso*............... 71 -64 28 Butler*...................... 56 -58

A A

NCAA Indianapolis Regional 1st & 2nd Rounds (Miami, Fla.) 20 Wake Forest............... 84 -69 22 Arizona...................... 57 -71

2010-11 N N

F – J’Nathan Bullock (15.2 points, 7.1 rebounds), D’Aundray Brown (7.4, 5.7) C – Chris Moore (5.2, 3.0), G – Cedric Jackson (10.9, 5.8, 5.4 apg), Norris Cole (13.3, 2.5) Reserves – George Tandy (5.7, 5.1), Trevon Harmon (5.2, 1.2), Jeremy Montgomery (4.0, 0.8), Renard Fields (1.0, 1.0), Josh McCoy (0.9, 1.0). * - Horizon League Game (12-6)

2009-10

Won 16, Lost 17

Coach—Gary Waters

N 13 St. Bonaventure......... 62 -72 A 16 Wilmington................ 99 -74 WC

Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) 19 Florida A&M............... 78 -64 WC 21 Sam Houston State.... 80 -65 WC 24 Kentucky.................... 49 -73 N 25 Virginia...................... 65 -76 N

28 D 3 5 12 15

Wichita State............. 54 -69 WC Wright State*............ 64 -73 A Detroit*..................... 62 -69 A Wilberforce.............. 113 -61 WG Robert Morris............. 70 -78 WC

McLendon Scholarship Classic (Cleveland, Ohio) 19 West Virginia............. 78 -80 WC 22 29 J 2 7 9 14 16 22 24 30 F 4 6 11 13 16 18

Ohio State.................. 59 -72 Kansas State............. 56 -85 Youngstown State*.... 70 -48 Loyola*...................... 62 -57 UIC*.......................... 70 -63 Butler*...................... 55 -64 Valparaiso*............... 71 -78 Green Bay*................ 64 -50 Milwaukee*............... 73 -72 Youngstown State*.... 77 -69 UIC*.......................... 74 -63 Loyola*...................... 59 -56 Valparaiso*............... 80 -71 Butler*...................... 59 -70 Green Bay*................ 57 -74 Milwaukee*............... 59 -69

A A A WC WC A A WC WC WC A A WC WC A A

O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters (Cleveland, Ohio) 20 Toledo........................ 87 -63 WC 25 Detroit*..................... 54 -65 WC 27 Wright State*............ 68 -63 WC Horizon League Tourney (Cleveland, Ohio) M 2 Loyola........................ 80 -66 WC Horizon League Tourney (Indianapolis, Ind.) 5 Milwaukee................. 75 -82 N F – D’Aundray Brown (8.6, 5.6) C – Aaron Pogue (6.3, 5.4), G – Norris Cole (16.3, 2.8, 4.4 apg), Trevon Harmon (10.5, 2.4), Jeremy Montgomery (12.8, 1.9, 2.3) Reserves – Jared Cunningham (5.2, 2.6), Lance James (3.9, 1.6), Tim Kamczyc (3.7, 2.6), Charlie Woods (1.8, 0.8), Anthony Wells (1.4, 1.0), Joe Latas (0.9, 0.9). * - Horizon League Game (10-8)

Won 27, Lost 9

Coach—Gary Waters

N 12 13 14 15

World Vision Classic (Cleveland, Ohio) Bryant........................ 71 -57 Iona........................... 78 -68 Kent State.................. 69 -66 Urbana...................... 83 -49

WC WC WC WC

19 24 27 29 D 2 4 7 11 18 22 30 J 1 7 9 15 20 22 27 29 F 3 5 7 12 16

at UL-Lafayette.......... 60 -55 at Akron..................... 64 -51 St. Bonaventure......... 69 -51 Robert Morris............. 58 -53 at Green Bay*............ 83 -75 at Milwaukee*........... 82 -59 West Virginia Tech..... 94 -62 at Sam Houston St..... 74 -62 at West Virginia......... 63 -74 South Florida............. 69 -62 Loyola*...................... 73 -55 UIC*.......................... 83 -59 at Butler*.................. 56 -79 at Valparaiso............. 58 -64 at Youngstown State*.61 -51 Detroit*..................... 81 -69 Wright State*............ 65 -46 at UIC*...................... 63 -49 at Loyola*.................. 81 -70 Valparaiso*............... 76 -65 Butler*...................... 61 -73 at Detroit*................. 78 -81 Youngstown State*.... 86 -76 at Wright State*........ 74 -72

A A WC WC A A WC A A WC WC WC A A A WC WC A A WC WC A WC A

ESPNU BracketBusters (Norfolk, Va.) 20 at Old Dominion......... 63 -74

A

24 Milwaukee*............... 83 -87 WC 26 Green Bay*................ 64 -57 WC Horizon League Tourney (Cleveland, Ohio) M 1 UIC............................ 73 -61 WC Horizon League Tourney (Milwaukee, Wis.) 4 vs. Wright State......... 73 -59 N 5 vs. Butler................... 68 -76 N NIT 1st & 2nd Rounds (Cleveland, Ohio) 15 Vermont..................... 63 -60 H 19 College of Charleston.. 56 -64 H F – Tim Kamczyc (5.9, 3.7) C – Aaron Pogue (8.2, 6.1), G – Norris Cole (21.7, 5.8 5.3 apg), Trevon Harmon (13.2, 4.0), Jeremy Montgomery (11.6, 2.6) Reserves – Devon Long (2.0, 0.9), Joe Latas (1.9, 1.9), Josh McCoy (4.4, 2.6), Luda Ndaye (1.1, 1.5), Charlie Woods (2.6, 2.5) * - Horizon League Game (13-5) # - Later forfeited to CSU Gyms BH - Bedford High School CA - Cleveland Arena CL - Cathedral Latin High School CT - Case Technical EH - Euclid High School FR - Fairfax Recreation Center H - Lakewood High School PH - Cleveland Public Hall QLA - Quicken Loans Arena LSI - St. Ignatius High School SS - St. Stanislaus TC - Cuyahoga Community College WC - Wolstein Center WG - Woodling Gym WR - Western Reserve University

Horizon League Tourney (Cleveland, Ohio) M 3 Detroit....................... 56 -43 WC Horizon League Tourney (Indianapolis, Ind.) 6 UIC............................ 67 -64 N 7 Green Bay.................. 73 -67 N 10 Butler........................ 57 -54 A

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80 S e a s o n s o f Clev e la n d S t a t e B a s k e t b a ll As Fenn College (1929-65) Season Overall Home 1929-30 5 -5 3 -2 1930-31 8 -7 6 -3 1931-32 7 -7 5 -5 1932-33 4 -6 3 -5 1933-34 5 -11 3 -7 1934-35 5 -12 3 -6 1935-36 4 -11 3 -4 1936-37 8 -9 5 -4 1937-38 6 -10 4 -3 1938-39 3 -13 3 -5 1939-40 4 -11 2 -5 1940-41 4 -11 3 -5 1941-42 2 -12 2 -7 1942-43 0 -13 0 -8 1945-46 1 -8 0 -4 1946-47 5 -10 2 -5 1947-48 10 -8 6 -2 1948-49 4 -14 2 -6 1949-50 9 -8 7 -1 1950-51 6 -11 3 -4 1951-52 4 -12 2 -4 1952-53 2 -15 2 -4 1953-54 1 -18 1 -7 1954-55 2 -15 1 -6 1955-56 3 -15 3 -6 1956-57 3 -15 2 -4 1957-58 6 -13 2 -9 1958-59 7 -12 2 -6 1959-60 0 -19 0 -9 1960-61 4 -15 4 -6 1961-62 6 -13 5 -4 1962-63 9 -9 5 -3 1963-64 10 -9 7 -2 1964-65 10 -9 5 -4

Away Neut 2 -3 0 -0 2 -4 0 -0 2 -2 0 -0 1 -1 0 -0 2 -4 0 -0 2 -6 0 -0 1 -7 0 -0 3 -5 0 -0 2 -7 0 -0 0 -8 0 -0 2 -6 0 -0 1 -6 0 -0 0 -5 0 -0 0 -5 0 -0 1 -4 0 -0 3 -5 0 -0 4 -6 0 -0 2 -8 0 -0 2 -7 0 -0 3 -7 0 -0 2 -8 0 -0 0 -11 0 -0 0 -11 0 -0 1 -9 0 -0 0 -9 0 -0 1 -11 0 -0 4 -4 0 -0 5 -6 0 -0 0 -10 0 -0 0 -9 0 -0 1 -9 0 -0 4 -6 0 -0 3 -7 0 -0 5 -5 0 -0

Head Coach Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Homer Woodling Bruce Brickley Aaron Andrews George McKinnon George McKinnon George McKinnon George McKinnon George Rung George Rung George Rung Homer Woodling George Rung George Rung George Rung George Rung George Rung Bill Gallagher Jim Rodriguez Jim Rodriguez Jim Rodriguez Jim Rodriguez Jim Rodriguez Jim Rodriguez

34 Years 167 -386 106 -165 61 -221 0 -0

As Cleveland State (1965-Present) Season Overall 1965-66 4 -14 1966-67 8 -13 1967-68 7 -15 1968-69 12 -14 1969-70 5 -21 1970-71 5 -20 1971-72 8 -18 1972-73 9 -14 1973-74 6 -20 1974-75 13 -11 1975-76 6 -19 1976-77 10 -17 1977-78 12 -13 1978-79 15 -10 1979-80 17 -9 1980-81 18 -9 1981-82 17 -10

Home 3 -6 4 -3 6 -7 7 -5 4 -9 4 -3 7 -5 6 -5 3 -7 8 -4 5 -4 7 -8 8 -5 8 -3 13 -2 11 -3 12 -0

Season Overall 1982-83 8 -20 1983-84 14 -16 1984-85 21 -8 1985-86 29 -4 1986-87 25 -8 1987-88 22 -8 1988-89 16 -12 1989-90 15 -13 1990-91 12 -16 1991-92 16 -13 1992-93 22 -6 1993-94 14 -15 1994-95 10 -17 1995-96 5 -21 1996-97 9 -19 1997-98 12 -15 1998-99 14 -14 1999-00 16 -14 2000-01 19 -13 2001-02 12 -16 2002-03 8 -22 2003-04 4 -25 2004-05 9 -17 2005-06 10 -18 2006-07 10 -21 2007-08 21 -13 2008-09 26 -11 2009-10 16 -17 2010-11 27 -9

Home Away Neut Conf. Finish 5 -5 3 -15 0 -0 1 -4 7th 11 -7 2 -8 1 -1 4 -10 7th 14 -2 7 -6 0 -0 11 -3 1st 15 -0 9 -3 5 -1 13 -1 1st 12 -2 10 -6 3 -0 10 -4 2nd 15 -0 6 -7 1 -1 11 -3 2nd 8 -5 8 -6 0 -1 9 -6 6 -7 0 -0 8 -5 3 -9 1 -2 8 -8 T-4th 7 -8 9 -4 0 -1 7 -9 T-6th 11 -1 10 -4 1 -1 15 -1 1st 8 -6 5 -7 1 -2 9 -9 T-4th 6 -5 3 -10 1 -2 3 -11 9th 5 -8 0 -12 0 -1 3 -13 9th 5 -7 3 -11 1 -1 6 -10 T-6th 9 -4 3 -11 0 -0 6 -8 T-5th 9 -5 3 -8 2 -1 6 -8 5th 9 -4 7 -7 0 -3 9 -5 2nd 11 -2 6 -8 2 -3 9 -5 3rd 9 -6 3 -9 0 -1 6 -10 7th 5 -8 2 -12 1 -2 3 -13 9th 2 -11 2 -12 0 -2 0 -16 9th 7 -5 2 -12 0 -0 6 -10 8th 6 -10 4 -8 0 -0 6 -10 8th 6 -8 3 -11 1 -1 3 -13 9th 12 -3 6 -9 3 -1 12 -6 2nd 13 -2 8 -8 5 -1 12 -6 3rd 13 -5 3 -9 0 -3 10 -8 4th 17 -3 9 -5 1 -1 13 -5 1st

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Away 1 -8 4 -9 1 -8 4 -9 1 -10 1 -17 1 -13 3 -9 2 -13 5 -7 1 -13 3 -9 4 -6 7 -6 4 -7 7 -6 4 -10

Neut 0 -0 0 -1 0 -0 1 -0 0 -2 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -0 0 -0 0 -2 0 -0 0 -2 0 -1 0 -0 0 -0 1 -0

Head Coach Jim Rodriguez John McLendon John McLendon John McLendon Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Ray Dieringer Head Coach Ray Dieringer Kevin Mackey Kevin Mackey Kevin Mackey Kevin Mackey Kevin Mackey Kevin Mackey Kevin Mackey Mike Boyd Mike Boyd Mike Boyd Mike Boyd Mike Boyd Mike Boyd Rollie Massimino Rollie Massimino Rollie Massimino Rollie Massimino Rollie Massimino Rollie Massimino Rollie Massimino Mike Garland Mike Garland Mike Garland Gary Waters Gary Waters Gary Waters Gary Waters Gary Waters

614 -668 383 -222 198 -404 33 -41 199 -196 781 -1054 489 -387 259 -625 33 -41 199 -196

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8 0 Season s O f Vi ki n g Ho m e Op e n e rs Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953

Opponent W/L Bryant W Wilmington W Oakland W John Carroll W George Mason L Florida A&M L Hillsdale W Central State W California L St. Bonaventure L Vermont W Akron L Stony Brook W UAB L Georgetown L Iona W Hillsdale W Saginaw Valley State W Eastern Michigan W Michigan L Princeton L Tiffin W Clarion * W Clarion W Clarion W Clarion W Clarion W Eastern Michigan L Denison W Southern W Ohio Dominican W John Carroll W Baldwin Wallace W John Carroll W Eastern Michigan L Tennessee Tech L Bowling Green L Detroit L Marshall L South Dakota W Wisconsin-Oshkosh W Eastern Montana W Detroit College W Detroit College L Hiram W Oberlin L Hiram L Kenyon W Thiel W Kenyon L Case Tech L Kenyon L Clarion L Kenyon L Allegheny W Kenyon L Case Tech L Kenyon L

CSU -Opp 71 -57 99 -74 58 -55 67 -57 74 -79 66 -68 73 -64 76 -63 64 -73 64 -79 68 -53 72 -79 94 -65 58 -74 67 -77 65 -62 87 -78 74 -67 75 -61 61 -80 57 -70 87 -63 93 -47 88 -44 135 -61 105 -65 105 -65 60 -66 70 -53 103 -74 78 -51 99 -79 75 -58 83 -66 69 -72 74 -77 90 -93 79 -83 72 -79 94 -85 69 -68 91 -81 68 -66 100 -106 86 -70 52 -57 75 -91 66 -42 71 -52 55 -63 59 -85 53 -68 53 -55 45 -70 74 -68 55 -81 70 -92 58 -72

Year 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

Opponent W/L Western Reserve L Kenyon L Ashland L Buffalo State W Kent State-Canton W John Carroll W Mount Union L John Carroll L Allegheny L Heidelberg L Heidelberg L Heidelberg L Heidelberg L

CSU -Opp 42 -73 57 -58 61 -64 65 -56 64 -43 44 -42 35 -39 39 -45 19 -48 25 -44 16 -33 39 -43 38 -44

Opponent Detroit Tech Ashland Kent State Wooster Wooster Ashland Ashland Ohio Col/Chiropody Detroit Tech

Fenn College (1929-1964):

W/L L W L W L L L W L

CSU -Opp 29 -31 43 -32 22 -34 34 -28 28 -41 33 -50 22 -24 19 -16 23 -26 9 -25 (.265)

Cleveland State (1965-Present): 28 -17 (.622) Overall Record:

37 -42 (.468)

CSU In Overtim e Ga m es Overall Record: 40-38 (.513) Home: 23-18 Away: 15-19 Neutral: 2-1 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2002-03 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

vs. Florida State W 69 -66 at Central Michigan (2OT) L 76 -78 vs. Chicago State L 77 -82 at Milwaukee L 56 -57 vs. Utah Valley State W 70 -69 vs. Detroit W 59 -53 vs. UIC L 67 -72 vs. California L 64 -73 vs. Butler (2OT) L 75 -79 vs. Florida State (2OT) W 87 -85 at UIC W 65 -64 at UIC W 91 -89 at South Florida L 81 -86 at Milwaukee W 109 -105 vs. Green Bay L 67 -71 vs. Wichita State W 64 -63 at Wright State W 74 -71 vs. Southern Utah State W 70 -65 vs. Kent State (4OT) W 104 -101 at Wright State W 84 -77 at Northern Illinois W 81 -80 vs. Eastern Illinois W 74 -66 vs. Wright State W 91 -85 at Eastern Illinois W 76 -75 vs. Eastern Illinois L 71 -73 vs. Akron W 80 -77 vs. Northern Iowa L 75 -79 at Middle Tennesse State W 67 -65 vs. Eastern Michigan L 98 -104 at Green Bay W 73 -75 at Northern Iowa L 98 -99 at Western Illinois W 91 -94 at Green Bay L 74 -86 at Northern Iowa W 81 -86 vs. Illinois State W 83 -89 at Akron L 69 -73 at Va. Commonwealth W 91 -89 at Valparaiso W 81 -79 at Northern Iowa L 79 -81

1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1970-71 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1964-65 1961-62 1958-59 1954-55 1950-51 1947-48 1941-42 1940-41 1935-36 1933-34 1931-32 1930-31 1929-30

at Eastern Mich. (2OT) vs. Eastern Illinois vs. Western Illinois vs. Eastern Michigan vs. Northern Iowa at Kent State (4OT) vs. Robert Morris at Niagara at Akron at Siena at Robert Morris at VMI at Denver vs. Ohio vs. Akron (2OT) * vs. Bowling Green at Youngstown State (2OT) vs. Youngstown State vs. Wichita State (3OT) vs. Western Michigan vs. San Diego (2OT) at Wayne State (2OT) vs. Indiana (PA) vs. Buffalo State (3OT) at Indiana (PA) at Case Tech vs. Bethany vs. Kenyon (4OT) at Hiram vs. Mt. Union vs. Clarion at Clarion vs. Grove City vs. Youngstown State vs. John Carroll vs. Hiram vs. Dayton vs. John Carroll (2OT) at Detroit Tech (2OT)

L 105 -109 W 83 -72 W 78 -69 L 60 -66 W 93 -79 L 89 -91 L 69 -73 L 75 -77 L 71 -75 L 76 -79 L 71 -73 L 72 -75 W 78 -75 L 83 -93 L 81 -82 L 90 -93 W 93 -89 W 99 -93 W 76 -73 W 67 -59 W 95 -91 L 90 -92 W 81 -76 W 88 -87 L 83 -85 L 65 -70 L 78 -84 W 45 -42 L 88 -96 L 69 -73 W 58 -57 L 37 -41 L 37 -39 W 28 -23 L 29 -31 L 43 -46 W 39 -36 W 35 -34 L 29 -34

* Later forfeited to CSU

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Year 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929

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CSU Coaches & Their Records Head Coach

Yrs Seasons

Homer Woodling

13 (29-30/40-41, 52-53)

Won Lost Pct. 65

128 .337

Bruce Brickley

1 (41-42)

2

12 .143

Aaron Andrews

1 (42-43)

0

13 .000

George McKinnon

4 (45-46/48-49)

20

40 .333

George Rung

8 (49-50/51-52, 53-54/57-58) 34

107 .241

Bill Gallagher

1 (58-59)

7

12 .368

Jim Rodriguez

7 (59-60/65-66)

43

88 .328

27

42 .391

John McLendon

3 (66-67/68-69)

Ray Dieringer

14 (69-70/82-83)

Kevin Mackey

7 (83-84/89-90)

142

69 .673

Mike Boyd

6 (90-91/95-96)

79

88 .473

Rollie Massimino

7 (96-97/02-03)

90

113 .443

Mike Garland

3 (03-04/05-06)

23

60 .277

Gary Waters

5 (06-07/Present)

100

71 .585

1984-85 AMCU-8 Tourney March 6-9, 1985; Cleveland, Ohio CSU 85, Green Bay 67 SW Missouri St. 79, CSU 76 (T-3rd Place) 1985-86 AMCU-8 Tourney March 6-8, 1986; Springfield, Mo. CSU 73, Northern Iowa 68 CSU 100, UIC 84 CSU 70, Eastern Illinois 66 (1st Place) 1986-87 AMCU-8 Tourney March 6-8, 1987; Springfield, Mo. CSU 60, Eastern Illinois 53 CSU 94, UIC 78 SW Missouri St. 90, CSU 87 (2nd Place) 1990-91 Mid-Continent Tourney March 3-6, 1991; Green Bay, Wis. Northern Iowa 79, CSU 75 (OT) (T-5th Place) 1991-92 Mid-Continent Tournament March 8-9, 1992; Cleveland, Ohio CSU 80, Akron 77 (OT) UIC 83, CSU 59 (T-3rd Place) 112 C l e v e l a n d St a t e U n i v e r s i t y

George Rung

Jim Rodriguez

John McLendon

Ray Dieringer

Kevin Mackey

Mike Boyd

Rollie Massimino

Mike Garland

149 211 .414

CS U In Co n f e r e n c e Tour namen t P l a y 1983-84 AMCU-8 Tourney March 9-11, 1982; Springfield, Mo. CSU 93, Northern Iowa 79 (OT) CSU 59, Southwest Missour St. 58 Western Illinois 73, CSU 64 (2nd Place)

Homer Woodling

1992-93 Mid-Continent Tournament March 7-9, 1993; Dayton, Ohio CSU 64, Western Illinois 53 UIC 96, CSU 68 (T-3rd Place) 1993-94 Mid-Continent Tournament March 6-8, 1994; Chicago, Ill. CSU 70, Wright State 67 UW-Green Bay 93, CSU 63 (T-3rd Place) 1994-95 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tourney March 3-5, 1995; Dayton, Ohio Wright State 88, CSU 81 (T-5th) 1996-97 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tourney March 1-4, 1997; Dayton, Ohio CSU 67, Detroit 63 UIC 64, CSU 42 (T-3rd) 1997-98 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tourney Feb. 28, March 2, 1998; Green Bay, Wis. Green Bay 82, CSU 53 (T-5th) 1998-99 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tourney Feb. 27, March 2, 1999; Chicago, Ill. CSU 65, Loyola 59 Detroit 80, CSU 65 (T-3rd)

1999-00 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tourney March 4-6, 2000; Chicago, Ill. UIC 70, CSU 54 (T-5th)

2006-07 Horizon League Championship February 27, 2007; Green Bay, Wis. Green Bay 78, CSU 59

2000-01 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tourney March 3-6, 2001; Dayton, Ohio CSU 62, UIC 61 Detroit 91, CSU 81 (T-3rd)

2007-08 Horizon League Championship March 8-11, 2008; Indianapolis, Ind. CSU 78, Valparaiso 73 Butler 70, CSU 55 (2nd Place)

2001-02 Horizon League Championship March 2, 2002; Cleveland, Ohio Detroit 67, CSU 63

2008-09 Horizon League Championship March 3-10, 2009; Indianapolis, Ind. CSU 56, Detroit 43 (at CSU) CSU 67, UIC 64 CSU 73, Green Bay 67 CSU 57, Butler 54 (1st Place)

2002-03 Horizon League Championship March 4, 2003; Chicago, Ill Loyola 69, CSU 57 2003-04 Horizon League Championship March 2, 2004; Detroit, Mich. Detroit 62, CSU 36 2004-05 Horizon League Championship March 1, 2005; Chicago, Ill. UIC 84, CSU 65

2009-10 Horizon League Championship March 2-9, 2010; Indianapolis, Ind. CSU 80, Loyola 66 (at CSU) Milwaukee 82, CSU 75 (5th Place) 2010-11 Horizon League Championship March 1-8; Milwaukee, Wis. CSU 73, UIC 61 (at CSU) CSU 73, Wright State 59 Butler 76, CSU 68 (3rd place)

2005-06 Horizon League Championship February 28, 2006; Detroit, Mich. Detroit 92, CSU 58

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C SU During I n - S e as o n To u r n a m en t P la y 1966-67 Christmas Tree Tourney Dec. 21-22, 1966; Indiana, Pa. Host: Indiana (Pa.) CSU 85, Indiana (Pa.) 83 (OT) Cheyney State 97, CSU 66 (2nd Place)

1967-68 Cleveland Invitational Dec. 29-30, 1967; Cleveland Arena Host: Cleveland State CSU 85, Eastern Illinois 80 CSU 88, Buffalo State 87 (1st Place) (3OT)

1968-69 Cleveland Invitational Dec. 27-28, 1968; Cleveland Arena Central Michigan 64, CSU 53 Buffalo State 81, CSU 74 (4th Place) Findlay Holiday Tourney Jan. 2-4, 1969; Findlay, Ohio Host: Findlay College Findlay 81, CSU 68 CSU 79, Heidelberg 68 (3rd Place)

1969-70

1995-96

1966-67 McDonald’s Eagle Classic Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1981; Morehead, Ky. Host: Morehead State CSU 75, South Carolina State 60 Morehead State 62, CSU 60 (2nd Place)

1986-87 Coca-Cola NIT Classic Nov. 22, 1987; Memphis, Tenn. Memphis 70, CSU 66

1999-00 Big Island Invitational Nov., 26-28, 1999; Hilo, Hawaii Host: Hawai’i-Hilo Cincinnati 91, CSU 56 Rhode Island 73, CSU 69 CSU 77, Hawai’i-Hilo 74 (5th Place)

1987-88 First Bank Milwaukee Classic Dec. 28-29, 1987; Milwaukee, Wis. Host: Marquette University CSU 86, Niagara 76 CSU 72, Marquette 70 (1st Place)

1988-89 John Hancock Sun Bowl Tournament Dec. 29-30, 1988; El Paso, Texas Host: Texas-El Paso UTEP 96, CSU 54 Lamar 76, CSU 71 (4th Place)

1990-91 North Coast Invitational Nov. 24-25, 1990; Cleveland, Ohio Host: Cleveland State Princeton 70, CSU 57 CSU 99, Wright State 92 (3rd Place)

Cleveland Invitational Dec. 29-31, 1969; Cleveland Arena Buffalo State 80, CSU 74 CSU 81, Federal City 74 CSU 75, Westminster 66 (5th Place)

Mazda Gator Bowl Tourney Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1990; Jacksonville, Fla. Host: University of Jacksonville Colorado State 91, CSU 88 CSU 106, Navy 98 (3rd Place)

1973-74

1975-76 Show Me Classic Dec. 5-6, 1975; Columbia, Missouri Host: University of Missouri Oklahoma City 84, CSU 60 Baylor 84, CSU 68 (4th Place)

1977-78 Siena Alumni Tourney Jan. 3-4, 1978; Loudonville, N.Y. Host: Siena College VMI 71, CSU 66 Oklahoma City 94, CSU 67 (4th Place)

1978-79 Hatter Classic Dec. 7-8, 1978; Deland, Fla. Host: Stetson University CSU 64, Stetson 61 Indiana State 102, CSU 71 (2nd Place)

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1998-99 Rock-N-Roll Shootout Dec. 27, 1998; Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio CSU 73, Rhode Island 72

Marian Invitational Dec. 19-20, 1969; Marian, Ohio Host: Marian Kiwanis Wooster 86, CSU 70 Ashland 76, CSU 37 (4th Place)

Youngstown Classic Dec. 28-29, 1973; Youngstown, Ohio Host: Youngstown State CSU 76, Tennessee Tech 71 Youngstown State 84, CSU 81 (2nd Place)

Rock-N-Roll Shootout Dec. 16, 1995; Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio Dayton 68, CSU 60

1991-92 River City Classic Nov. 29-30, 1991; Cape Girardeau, Mo. Host: Southeast Missouri State CSU 88, Southeast Missouri 80 Missouri-KC 73, CSU 67 (2nd Place)

1993-94 Pre-Season NIT Nov. 18, 1993; Amherst, Mass. Massachusetts 68, CSU 60 Delta Bearcat Invitational Dec. 10-11, 1993; Cincinnati, Ohio Host: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati 92, CSU 70 Boise State 53, CSU 44 (4th Place)

Rock-N-Roll Shootout Dec. 4, 1999; Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio Bowling Green 91, CSU 86

2000-01 Energia Systems Thanksgiving Tournament Nov. 24-26, 2000; Kansas City, Mo. Host: UM-Kansas City Creighton 66, CSU 59 CSU 57, UMKC 55 SE Missouri 72, CSU 71 (6th Place) Koch Petroleum Islander Classic Dec. 28-29, 2000; Corpus Christi, Texas Host: Texas A&M-Corpus Christi CSU 60, Winthrop 53 CSU 81, TA&M-Corpus Christi 75 (1st Place)

2001-02 Rock-N-Roll Shootout Dec. 29, 2001; Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio Kent State 66, CSU 61

2002-03 Dell BCA Invitational Nov. 16-19, 2002; Fort Collins, Colo. Host: Colorado State Florida Atlantic 71, CSU 66 CSU 78, IPFW 71 Colorado State 77, CSU 63 (3rd Place) Rock-N-Roll Shootout Dec. 28, 2002; Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio Bowling Green 80, CSU 72

2003-04 Islander Invitational Dec. 29-30, 2003; Corpus Christi, Texas Host: Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Georgia Southern 79, CSU 64 Drake 83, CSU 80 (4th Place)

2006-07 America’s Youth Classic Nov. 17-19, 2006; Evansville, Ind. Host: Evansville Buffalo 77, CSU 73 Evansville 63, CSU 49 CSU 78, Miami, Fla. 67 (3rd Place)

2007-08 Glenn Wilkes Classic Nov. 9, 2007; Tampa, Fla. CSU 73, at South Florida 70 Nov. 16-18, 2007; Daytona Beach, Fla. Georgia Southern 72, CSU 70 CSU 69, Florida State 66 (OT) CSU 76, Florida Atlantic 66 (3rd Place)

2008-09 O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic Nov. 18, 2008; Seattle, Wash. Washington 78, CSU 63 Nov. 24-26, 2008; Miami, Fla. CSU 77, Saint Leo 62 CSU 77, Toledo 56 CSU 66, Florida International 58 (1st Place)

2009-10 Cancun Challenge Nov. 16-19, 2009; Cleveland, Ohio CSU 78, Florida A&M 64 CSU 80, Sam Houston State 65 Nov. 24-25, 2009; Cancun, Mexico Kentucky 73, CSU 49 Virginia 76, CSU 65 (4th Place)

2010-11 World Vision Classic Nov. 12-15, 2010; Cleveland, Ohio CSU 71, Bryant 57 CSU 78, Iona 68 CSU 69, Kent State 66 CSU 83, Urbana 49

1994-95 Rock-N-Roll Shootout Dec. 17, 1994; Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio CSU 75, Ohio State 73 Arizona State Tribune Classic Dec. 28-29, 1994; Tempe, Ariz. Host: Arizona State Vanderbilt 93, CSU 64 Pacific 94, CSU 85 (4th Place)

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1 9 86 NC AA To u r n a me n t No event in the 75-year history of Cleveland State University basketball has done so much to put the Vikings on the college basketball map as the 1986 NCAA Tournament. The three history-making games in the spring of 1986 marked the first trip to the “Big Dance” for the Vikes. CSU rolled through the regular season, taking a 23-3 record and a nine-game win streak into the AMCU-8 Tourney in Springfield, Mo. The winning didn’t stop as the Vikings knocked off Northern Iowa, 73-68, in the first round, dismantled UIC, 100-84, in the semifinals and edged Eastern Illinois, 70-66, in the finals. The tournament title did not bring with it an automatic NCAA bid because the three-year-old AMCU-8 was not old enough. A 27-3 record (.900) and 12-game win streak was enough to earn CSU a No. 14 seed in the 16-team East Regional. It only took CSU one game to be awarded the glass slipper worn by the tournament’s “Cinderella” team and become a sentimental favorite across the country. The Vikings opened the first-round by stunning third-seeded Indiana, 83-79, to hand Coach Bobby Knight his first-ever first-round defeat in NCAA competition. The Hoosiers learned quickly about the CSU Run ‘N Stun attack as Clinton Ransey poured in 27 points and Eric Mudd added 16 in the win.

NCAA March 14, 1986

14 Cleveland State 3 Indiana NCAA East Regional 1st Round

83 79

Syracuse, N.Y.

Final: Cleveland State becomes the first No. 14 seed in the history of the NCAA Tournament to defeat a No. 3 seed in the opening round, leading for the final 30 minutes to claim an 83-79 win over the 16th-ranked Hoosiers. It was the first win ever for the Vikings over a ranked opponent. Defining Moment: After Steve Alford made two free throws to pull Indiana to within 67-63 with 8:19 left, Eric Mudd and Clinton Ransey score three baskets each as part of a 12-6 CSU run that put the lead back to double figures, 79-69 with 3:26 left. Key Stats: CSU shoots .589 from the field (33-56), including 15-for-22 in the second half (.682). The Vikings have a slim rebounding edge, out-boarding the Hoosiers, 32-30. Performance Leaders: Clinton Ransey exploded for a game-high 27 points, including a nine-for-13 effort from the line while Eric Mudd added 16 points and 10 rebounds and Clinton Smith 12 points. Alford led Indiana with 24 points and seven assists. CLEVELAND STATE..... min fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Clinton Smith..............23 5-10 2-2 2 3 2 0 2 4 12 Clinton Ransey............33 9-15 9-13 5 1 4 0 3 3 27 Eric Mudd...................31 6-7 4-5 10 1 1 0 0 3 16 Eddie Bryant...............28 1-4 0-0 1 4 0 0 0 3 2 Ken McFadden............30 4-8 1-1 1 2 3 0 1 3 9 Bob Crawford................9 2-3 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 2 4 Paul Stewart...............17 3-4 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 3 6 Shawn Hood................12 1-2 0-0 1 4 0 0 0 0 2 Steve Corbin...............10 2-3 0-0 2 0 1 0 0 1 4 Ray Salters...................7 0-0 1-2 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 Team............................... 3 1 TOTALS......................200 33-56 17-23 32 15 14 0 6 22 83 INDIANA.................... min fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Rick Calloway.............28 4-8 2-4 7 0 2 0 0 2 10 Andre Harris................35 8-10 0-2 10 1 1 2 0 3 16 Daryl Thomas..............23 4-6 3-4 4 1 3 0 0 4 11 Steve Alford................40 10-20 4-4 2 7 1 0 1 1 24 Winston Morgan..........16 1-1 0-0 2 5 5 0 0 2 2 Steve Robinson...........39 3-9 4-5 1 4 2 0 1 2 10 Todd Meier....................5 1-2 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 Todd Jadlow..................6 0-1 2-2 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 Steve Eyl.......................8 1-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 32-59 15-21 30 18 15 2 2 21 79 Halftime: Cleveland State 45, Indiana 41. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 0, Indiana 0. Technicals: None. Officials: T. Fraim, M. Shapiro, B. Sylvestor. Attendance: 16,857

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Paul Stewart and Clinton Ransey celebrate after beating St. Joseph’s in the second round of the 1986 NCAA Tournament at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y.

CSU continued its “Magic Carpet Ride” with a second-round win over St. Joseph’s to advance to the Sweet Sixteen. The victory turned into a coming out party on a national stage for Ken “Mouse” McFadden, who led the way with 23 points while the Clintons, Ransey and Smith, added 17 and 16 points, respectively. With a week to prepare for the regional semifinal game against Navy, the Vikings were the toast of not only Cleveland, but the nation as well. “I’m an overnight sensation,” head coach Kevin Mackey said of all the publicity. “It only took me 15 years to get here.”

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NCAA East Regional 2nd Round

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Final: Cleveland State emerges as the Cinderella of the tourney, upending St. Joseph’s, 75-69, to become the first No. 14 seed to advance to the Sweet 16. Defining Moment: After CSU and St. Joseph’s trade baskets for almost 15 minutes resulting in 10 ties, the Vikings get four straight points from Eddie Bryant and a put-back basket inside from Clinton Smith to take a 48-43 lead with 8:23 left. The Vikings would never trail or be tied down the stretch. Key Stats: The Vikings dominate on the glass, out-rebounding St. Joseph’s, 44-34, including 17 offensive rebounds. CSU’s pressure defense results in 18 Hawk tunrovers. The attendance for the game is 21,713, the largest crowd to ever watch the Vikings play. Performance Leaders: Mouse McFadden makes his name known on a national stage by scoring 23 points while the Clinton’s -- Ransey (17 points, 8 rebounds) and Smith (16 points, 15 boards -- combine to dominate inside. CLEVELAND STATE..... min fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st Clinton Smith..............34 8-16 0-1 15 2 2 0 1 Clinton Ransey............31 5-15 7-10 8 1 2 0 1 Eric Mudd...................22 2-7 0-1 6 0 1 0 1 Eddie Bryant...............18 1-3 6-6 2 2 1 0 2 Ken McFadden............30 10-15 3-4 2 3 3 0 2 Paul Stewart...............10 1-2 0-0 1 0 2 0 1 Bob Crawford..............20 1-4 0-0 3 0 1 1 0 Shawn Hood................22 1-1 1-5 1 3 1 0 2 Steve Corbin...............10 0-3 0-2 1 1 0 0 1 Ray Salters...................3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Team............................... 5 TOTALS......................200 29-66 17-29 44 12 13 0 11

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The historic run came to an end when David Robinson’s Navy squad held off a late CSU charge to score a 71-70 victory. Robinson netted the game-winning basket with seconds remaining to complete a near triple-double performance (22 points, 14 rebounds, nine blocks). A final desperation shot by CSU’s Clinton Smith hit the rim and bounced away as time expired on the game and CSU’s historic NCAA Tournament run. Clinton Smith was named the AMCU-8’s Newcomer of the Year for 1984-85. He also was tabbed honorable mention All-America by the Associated Press as well as first-team allleague.

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Final: Cleveland State’s ‘Magic Carpet Ride’ comes to an end in the Meadowlands as the Vikings can’t handle the David Robinson-led Midshipmen, falling in the final seconds, 71-70. Defining Moment: After the Vikings rallied from an 11-point first half deficit to take a 60-55 lead with 7:08 left, the Midshipmen fight back with Robinson scoring the game-winning basket with five seconds left on a controversial charging no-call. Key Stats: Robinson just misses a triple-double with 22 points, 14 rebounds and nine blocked shots. Navy out-scores CSU, 15-6 at the foul line with the Vikings going just six-for-12 (.500). Kylor Whitaker records 10 of Navy’s 21 assists. Performance Leaders: Ken McFadden and Clinton Smith pace the Vikings with 16 points each with Eric Mudd adding a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds. The Navy trio of Whitaker, Vernon Butler and Robinson tally all but 10 of the Midshipmen’s points. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Clinton Smith..............31 8-15 0-0 7 0 2 1 4 2 16 Clinton Ransey............31 3-11 2-2 5 1 4 0 1 5 8 Eric Mudd...................29 5-13 1-2 11 0 1 0 0 4 11 Eddie Bryant...............24 3-5 0-0 1 3 2 1 0 2 6 Ken McFadden............35 8-15 0-1 4 0 1 0 1 1 16 Shawn Hood................15 1-2 1-1 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 Steve Corbin.................6 0-2 0-0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 Paul Stewart...............12 3-5 1-4 3 0 1 0 0 2 7 Ray Salters...................6 1-4 0-0 4 2 0 0 0 2 2 Bob Crawford..............11 0-3 1-2 1 0 0 2 0 2 1 Team............................... 5 TOTALS......................200 32-75 6-12 44 7 12 4 8 22 70

ST. JOSEPH’S............. min fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Greg Mullee.................37 2-5 0-0 4 2 5 0 0 4 4 Rodney Slattery...........16 0-1 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 Rodney Blake..............37 5-10 5-7 8 2 2 5 0 3 15 Maurice Martin...........29 6-11 3-4 9 2 5 0 1 4 15 Geoff Arnold................29 4-9 4-9 5 1 3 0 1 3 8 James Flint.................17 1-3 0-0 0 7 0 0 1 2 2 Wayne Williams...........35 11-20 3-5 4 2 3 0 2 4 25 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 29-59 15-20 34 16 18 5 5 22 69

NAVY.........................min fg-a ft-a reb ast Carl Liebert...................9 0-0 0-0 1 0 Vernon Butler..............40 7-15 2-3 3 2 David Robinson...........34 7-11 8-10 14 1 Kylor Whitaker.............40 10-15 3-3 1 10 Doug Wojcik................40 1-5 2-3 5 7 Derric Turner.................6 0-1 0-0 3 0 Nathan Bailey.............20 1-5 0-2 2 0 Cliff Rees....................11 2-2 0-0 0 1 Team........................... 7 Totals........................200 28-54 15-21 36 21

Halftime: Cleveland State 26, St. Joseph’s 26. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 4, St. Joseph’s 2. Technicals: None. Officials: J. Donaghy, T. Fraim, Sid Rodeheffer. Attendance: 21,713

Halftime: Navy 39, Cleveland State 30. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 1, St. Joseph’s 1. Technicals: None. Officials: Joe Forte, Paul Housman, Rick Wulkow. Attendance: 19,454

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2 0 0 9 NCAA To u r n ame n t After being picked as the favorite to win the Horizon League title in 2008-09, the Vikings strruggled through the first half of the league slate, owning just a 4-5 league record at the midway point of the season. But the Vikings were not daunted by the task ahead, running off eight straight league wins before falling at Butler in the regular season finale. With a 12-6 league mark, CSU earned the No. 3 seed in the league tourney and would need to win four games in eight days to claim the tournament title, a feat never accomplished before in league annals. The 56-43 first round win over Detroit was unremarkable, except for early in the second half when D’Aundray Brown went down with a knee injury that would sideline him for the remainder of the year. The Vikings traveled to Indianapolis for its second round meeting with UIC, but struggled offensively and found itself down 59-50 with 5:00 left. Head coach Gary Waters turned to a diamond press to speed up the game and the defensive pressure keyed a 15-2 Viking burst that put CSU in control, eventually winning, 67-64. Norris Cole led the way with a career-high 26 points. The semi-final matchup against No. 2 seed Green Bay was the third game in five days for the short-handed Vikings while Green Bay had a week to prepare. That didn’t matter. After trailing for the first 29 minutes, with deficits of as many as 12 points, CSU wore out the well-rested Phoenix en route to a 63-57 win. Cole again was the key offensively, scoring a game-high 23 points while J’Nathan Bullock added 16 points and eight rebounds and George Tandy chipped in with 10 rebounds. The Vikings had two days to prepare for the league championship game at Butler, a team that had claimed three straight heart-breaking wins against CSU. In March 2008, CSU advanced to the championship game of the league tourney but fell to the Bulldogs, 70-55. During the 2008-09 regular season, Butler’s Zach Hahn hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to give the Bulldogs a 50-48 win at CSU on Dec. 4. To make matters worse, the shot was named the ESPN Play of the Day. Hahn also celebrated the win by sliding on the Viking logo at midcourt, a vision that was burned into the memory of the CSU players. In the regular season finale at Butler on Feb. 26, Ronald Nored scored off a missed free throw with 53 seconds left and Cole couldn’t connect 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

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on a three-pointer at the buzzer as Butler escaped with a 58-56 win. Cleveland State turned to its defense in the championship game, holding Butler to just one field goal in the final 13:45 to come back from an eight point deficit. Butler still had one chance to tie the game, but a pair of three-pointers in the final seconds were off the mark. Cedric Jackson, whose injury the year before doomed CSU in the title contest, was named tournament MVP after scoring 19 points with seven rebounds, eight assists and three steals. Cole and Bullock each earned a spot on the all-tournament team. It did not go unnoticed that freshman guard Jeremy Montgomery sparked the offense by making three treys as part of an 11-point scoring night. The win sent the Vikings to Miami, Fla. as a No. 13 seed to face No. 4 seed Wake Forest, a team that had been ranked as high as No. 1 in the nation earlier in the year. Much was made in the pre-tournament press of the high scoring Deamon Deacons, but it was the Viking offense that made the difference as CSU scored 84 points, the most against a Division I team all season en route to an 84-69 victory. CSU came out on fire as Jackson made a pair of treys and Cole knocked down another as the Vikings took a 9-0 lead just 2:01 into the game. The lead would grow to as many as 17 on several occasions in the first half. The play of the game came early in the second half after Wake Forest had scored to cut it to nine. Jackson posted up down low, only to have his shot blocked by David Weaver with the impact of the blow sending the ball out of bounds at mid-court. On the ensuing inbounds, Jackson perfectly executed the back door, taking a lob from Cole and slamming it home. WFU would come no closer than six the rest of the way as the Vikings pulled away. Cole finished with a game-high 22 points, while Bullock added 21 and Jackson 19. Cold-shooting from the perimeter doomed the Vikings in the second round as CSU went just three-for-23 from three-point (.130) as Arizona emerged with a 71-57 win. Despite the poor shooting, CSU was able to cut a 15-point deficit down to four (56-52) with 6:36 left but cold shooting down the stretch hurt CSU. Cole led the way again with 17 points while Jackson added 15 points and five steals. The loss was the final game in the CSU careers of Chris Moore, Renard Fields, Tandy, Bullock and Jackson, a quintet that led the Vikings to a 47-24 record over the previous two seasons. www.csuvikings.com

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NCAA Championship 1st Round

84 69 Miami, Fla.

Final: Cleveland State scored the first nine points and was never seriously challenged, running away with an 84-69 victory over 4th-seeded Wake Forest in an NCAA Men's Basketball Championship first round game played in Miami, Fla. It was CSU's third win of the season playing against a ranked opponent. Defining Moment: After Jeff Teague cut the CSU lead to nine (60-51) with 9:53 left, the Vikings go on a 13-3 spurt over the next 6:26 to take a 73-54 lead with 3:27 left. Key Stats: Wake Forest shoots .520 from the field (26-50), but the Deamon Deacons commit 18 turnovers and the Vikings hold a 25-4 edge in points off turnovers. CSU commits a season-low six turnovers. CSU shoots .477 from the field (31-65) despite having a season-high 13 shots blocked. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole leads the Vikings with 22 points while J'Nathan Bullock records his 21st career 20-point game, finishing with 21 points. Cedric Jackson flirts with a triple-double again, scoring 19 points with eight assists and seven rebounds. Jackson adds three steals to take over the national lead with 107. CLEVELAND STATE.........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts George Tandy..............23 2-5 0-0 2-2 5 2 1 1 1 4 6 J’Nathan Bullock.........38 8-16 1-4 4-5 6 1 0 0 1 0 21 Chris Moore.................28 4-9 0-0 1-2 6 0 0 0 1 2 9 Cedric Jackson............38 8-14 3-4 0-1 7 8 2 0 3 2 19 Norris Cole..................37 8-18 1-6 5-6 0 4 1 0 1 2 22 Trevon Harmon............18 1-1 1-1 3-4 0 0 0 0 1 2 6 Jeremy Montgomery.....13 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 1 3 0 Renard Fields................5 0-2 0-0 1-2 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 Team........................... 7 Totals........................200 31-65 6-15 16-22 32 15 6 1 9 17 84 WAKE FOREST..............min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Al-Farouq Aminu.........31 7-11 1-3 2-2 6 1 3 2 0 3 17 James Johnson............36 8-13 4-5 2-3 8 1 3 4 1 4 22 Tony Woods...................5 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 Jeff Teague..................37 4-7 0-1 2-4 1 5 7 1 0 3 10 L.D. Williams...............30 2-4 0-1 1-2 5 0 1 0 0 3 5 Gary Clark.....................2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Harvey Hale...................8 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 Ishmael Smith............26 2-6 0-2 2-3 3 3 3 1 2 2 6 Chas McFarland..........17 1-2 0-0 2-2 5 0 1 3 0 3 4 David Weaver................8 2-3 0-0 1-1 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 Team........................... 1 Totals........................200 26-50 5-13 12-17 33 10 18 13 4 20 69 Halftime: Cleveland State 39, Wake Forest 30. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 3, Wake Forest 1. Technicals: None. Officials: Les Jones, Steve Olson & Lamar Simpson. Attendance: 8,990.

14 Arizona 13 Cleveland State

NCAA March 22, 2009

NCAA Championship 2nd Round

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Final: No. 14 seeded Arizona jumped out to a 10-point lead midway through the first half and never trailed, out-lasting CSU 71-57 in an NCAA second round game. Defining Moment: After CSU came back from a 15-point first half deficit to trail by only four (50-46, 9:41), the Vikings miss four straight shots over three possessions, allowing Arizona to build the lead back to eight. Key Stats: Arizona shoots .500 from the field (22-44) and .857 from the line (24-28) while CSU can manage just three-for-23 shooting from three-point (.130). Each team turned the ball over just 11 times with the Wildcats owning a slight 33-30 rebounding advantage. Performance Leaders: Norris Cole led CSU in scoring for the second straight game, going seven-for-15 from the field to finish with 17 points. Cedric Jackson added 15 points and made five steals to break the CSU single season steal mark with 112. J’Nathan Bullock added a team-high 10 rebounds and seven points to finish his career ranked fourth all-time with an even 1,800 points. CLEVELAND STATE.........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts George Tandy..............24 1-5 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 4 2 J’Nathan Bullock.........32 3-12 0-4 1-2 10 0 1 0 0 5 7 Chris Moore.................24 2-5 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 3 4 Cedric Jackson............36 5-12 0-5 5-6 5 1 4 0 5 2 15 Norris Cole..................33 7-15 1-7 2-2 1 2 1 0 1 3 17 Trevon Harmon..............7 1-1 1-1 1-2 1 0 2 1 0 0 4 Jeremy Montgomery.....27 3-8 1-5 0-0 4 0 1 0 0 0 7 Josh McCoy...................6 0-1 0-1 1-2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Daitwan Eppinger.........1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Renard Fields................9 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 Joe Latas.......................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 22-59 3-23 10-14 30 3 11 1 7 18 57 ARIZONA.....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Nic Wise......................36 5-7 1-2 10-10 5 8 3 0 1 4 21 Kyle Fogg....................37 0-2 0-1 2-2 5 2 1 0 4 3 2 Chase Budinger..........39 6-12 1-4 2-4 5 0 3 0 1 3 15 Jamelle Horne.............38 6-11 1-3 2-3 5 0 1 2 0 3 15 Jordan Hill...................32 5-11 0-0 6-7 9 2 2 1 1 4 16 Fendi Onobun................4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Zane Johnson..............12 0-1 0-1 2-2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 Brendon Lavender.........2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 22-44 3-11 24-28 33 12 11 3 8 19 71 Halftime: Arizona 35, Cleveland State 25. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 3, Arizona 1. Technicals: None. Officials: Jim Burr, Buzz Jones & Doug Shows. Attendance: 10,204.

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Field Goal Percentage (10 attempts) .667 Ken McFadden (10/15) vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/16/86 .600 Clinton Ransey (9/15) vs. Indiana, 3/14/86 .571 Cedric Jackson (8/14) vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 .533 Ken McFadden (8/15) vs. Navy, 3/21/86 .533 Clinton Smith (8/15) vs. Navy, 3/21/86

Rebounds 15 Clinton Smith vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/16/86 11 Eric Mudd vs. Navy, 3/21/86 10 J’Nathan Bullock vs. Arizona, 3/22/09 10 Eric Mudd vs. Indiana, 3/14/86 8 Clinton Ransey vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/16/86

Points 27 Clinton Ransey vs. Indiana, 3/14/86 23 Ken McFadden vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/16/86 22 Norris Cole vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 21 J’NathanBullock vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 19 Cedric Jackson vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09

Three-Point Field Goals Made 3 Cedric Jackson vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 1 done six times, last by Trevon Harmon & Jeremy Montgomery vs. Arizona, 3/22/09

Assists 8 Cedric Jackson vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 4 Norris Cole vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 4 Eddie Bryant vs. Indiana, 3/14/86 4 Shawn Hood vs. Indiana, 3/14/86 3 done four times, last by Eddie Bryant vs. Navy, 3/21/86

Field Goals Made 10 Ken McFadden vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/16/86 9 Clinton Ransey vs. Indiana, 3/14/86 8 done six times, last by J’Nathan Bullock vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 Field Goals Attempted 18 Norris Cole vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 16 J’NathanBullock vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 16 Clinton Smith vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/16/86 15 done six times, last by Norris Cole vs. Arizona, 3/22/09

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 7 Norris Cole vs. Arizona, 3/22/09 6 Norris Cole vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 5 Cedric Jackson vs. Arizona, 3/22/09 5 Jeremy Montgomery vs. Arizona, 3/22/09 4 done three times, last by J’Nathan Bullock vs. Arizona, 3/22/09 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (4 attempts) .750 Cedric Jackson (3/4) vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 .250 J’Nathan Bullock (1/4) vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09

Blocked Shots 2 Bob Crawford vs. Navy, 3/21/86 1 done five times, last by Trevon Harmon vs. Arizona, 3/22/09

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Cleveland State Single Game Highs Points: First Half Points: Second Half Points: Field Goals Made: Field Goals Attempted: Field Goal Percentage: 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: Free Throws Made: Free Throws Attempted: Free Throw Percentage: Total Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots: Fouls: Disqualifications: Turnovers: Win Margin: Loss Margin:

89 vs. Wake Forest, 3-20-09 45 vs. Indiana, 3-14-86 49 vs. St. Joseph's, 3-16-86 33 vs. Indiana, 3-14-86 75 vs. Navy, 3-21-86 .589 vs. Indiana (33-56), 3-14-86 6 vs. Wake Forest, 3-20-09 23 vs. Arizona, 3-22-09 .400 vs. Wake Forest (6-15), 3-20-09 17 vs. St. Joseph's, 3-16-86 17 vs. Indiana, 3-14-86 29 vs. St. Joseph's, 3-16-86 .739 vs. Indiana (17-23), 3-14-86 44 vs. Navy, 3-21-86 44 vs. St. Joseph's, 3-16-86 15 vs. Wake Forest, 3-20-09 15 vs. Indiana, 3-14-86 11 vs. St. Joseph's, 3-16-86 4 vs. Navy, 3-21-86 22 vs. Navy, 3-21-86 22 vs. Indiana, 3-14-86 1 vs. Arizona, 3-22-09 1 vs. Navy, 3-21-86 14 vs. Indiana,3-14-86 15 vs. Wake Forest (84-69), 3-20-09 14 vs. Arizona (71-57), 3-22-09

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Steals 5 Cedric Jackson vs. Arizona, 3/22/09 4 Clinton Smith vs. Navy, 3/21/86 3 Cedric Jackson vs. Wake Forest, 3/20/09 3 Clinton Ransey vs. Indiana, 3/14/86 2 done four times, last done three time vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/16/86

Points: First Half Points: Second Half Points: Field Goals Made: Field Goals Attempted: Field Goal Percentage: 3-Point FG Made: 3-Point FG Attempted: 3-Point FG Percentage: Free Throws Made: Free Throws Attempted: Free Throw Percentage: Total Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots: Fouls:

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The fates conspired against a repeat trip to the NCAA Tournament for the Vikings in 1986-87. Despite a 24-7 regular season mark and a threepoint loss at regular season champion Southwest Missouri State in the championship game of the AMCU tournament, CSU was relegated to the National Invitational Tournament. Injuries hurt the Vikings all year. Eric Mudd, CSU’s best interior player, missed all but five games with a wrist injury, and starting guard Shawn Hood sat out the final nine contests with a torn achilles tendon. The Vikings played their best game of the season in a 92-73 win at Tennessee-Chattanooga in the opening round. Ken McFadden scored 21 points and Clinton Ransey added 14. Cleveland State was rewarded for its strong play with a second round game against Illinois State at Cleveland Public Hall and the city responded. A capacity crowd of 7,443 packed the arena but it was not enough as CSU shot just .368 (25-68) from the field and the Redbirds blistered the nets for .620 shooting (31-50) in a 79-77 ISU victory.

March 12, 1987

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With most of the original members of the Run ‘N Stun gang departed, the Vikings posted a 21-7 record in the 1987-88 regular season, good enough to earn CSU its second straight NIT trip. The NIT selection committee liked what it saw the year before and set up a rematch with Illinois State in the first round with the Vikings pulling out an 89-83 win in overtime. It was the third straight game decided in extra time for CSU. Cleveland State built a 42-33 lead at the intermission but Illinois State rallied and took a late lead. Ken McFadden, who had struggled offensively, hit a scoop shot in the lane to force overtime. McFadden finished with 17 points, Eric Mudd added 16 and Herb Dixon 15. Reports circulating before the game indicated that if CSU defeated Illinois State, it would host a second round home game, most likely against Ohio State. When the pairings were announced, the site had changed and CSU was sent to Columbus to face the Buckeyes. McFadden was brilliant in the game, scoring 32 points on an assortment of shots and moves but OSU prevailed, 86-80. The key to the game proved to be shooting, both from the field and the line. Both teams scored 28 fields goals with the Buckeyes making them on just 48 shots while the Vikings attempted 66 shots. The numbers were also uneven at the line where CSU was 17 of 23 while Ohio State attempted 42 shots, making 29.

March 18, 1988

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Final: Clinton Ransey and Ken McFadden combine to score 41 points as the Vikings advance to the second round of the NIT with a 92-73 win at UT Chattanooga. Defining Moment: The Vikings, soured by the unexpected first round road game, score the first six points of the game and never trail. Key Stats: CSU shoots .574 from the field (39-68), including .600 in the second half (18-30) while UTC can manage just .476 shooting (28-63). CSU is 15-21 from the line (.714) whil UTC is 14-22 (.636). Performance Leaders: The Viking first unit performs exceptionally with McFadden scoring 21 points, Ransey adding 20 points and eight rebounds and Eddie Bryant 14 points. Eric Mudd tallies six points with a game-high 10 rebounds. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast Kenny Robertson.........19 2-3 0-0 0-0 2 0 Clinton Ransey............31 7-12 0-0 6-8 8 0 Warren Bradley...........26 3-6 0-0 0-0 10 1 Eddie Bryant...............32 5-8 1-2 3-4 1 3 Ken McFadden............34 9-15 0-0 3-4 2 2 Anthony Gay..................1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 Hersey Strong..............14 4-10 0-0 0-2 2 1 Greg Lockhart...............1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Pat Vuyancih...............21 5-7 0-0 1-1 7 0 Ray Salters.................20 3-5 0-0 2-2 1 1 Darwyn Ingram.............1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 38-68 1-2 15-21 36 8 UT CHATTANOOGA.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast James Hunter..............31 6-15 0-1 3-4 5 0 John McCloud..............23 2-5 0-0 2-2 3 0 Lance Fulse.................32 4-7 0-0 2-6 7 0 Morris Lyons................35 5-12 1-1 3-5 2 5 Maurice Head..............35 5-14 2-3 3-4 3 4 Kevin Rutland...............3 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 Vincent Ingram.............9 0-2 0-3 0-0 0 0 Shendi Moon.................6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 Cornelius Crank..........24 5-6 0-0 1-1 8 0 Ron Spunar...................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Team........................... 5 Totals........................200 39-63 3-9 14-22 35 10

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Halftime: Cleveland State 50, UT-Chattanooga 46. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 4, UT-Chattanooga 5. Technicals: none. Officials: Bob Bell, Phil Greer & Carroll Kite. Attendance: 6,199.

Cleveland State OT Illinois State NIT First Round

89 83 Public Hall

Final: Cleveland State needs overtime but emerges with an 89-83 win over Illinois State to avenge the season-ending NIT loss of the year before. Defining Moment: After having seven ties and 19 lead changes in regulation, CSU forces overtime on an under-hand scoop shot by Ken McFadden with five second left and then never trails in the extra session. Key Stats: ISU takes advantage of the experimental three-point shot, going eight-for-18 (.444) but CSU dominates at the line, going 27-for-36 (.750) while the Redbirds are 13-for-18 (.722). Performance Leaders: Ken McFadden leads four Vikings in double figures with 17 points while Eruc Mudd adds 16 points and eight rebounds. Herb Dixon (15 points, five assists) and Hersey Strong (10 points) provide a spark off the bench. Matt Taphorn leads five Redbirds in double figures with 19 points, including four three-pointers. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast William Stanley...........24 1-11 0-0 4-4 8 1 Warren Bradley...........38 2-5 0-0 1-2 9 0 Eric Mudd...................32 6-10 0-0 4-4 8 1 Kenny Robertson.........17 3-6 0-1 1-1 3 0 Ken McFadden............35 4-17 1-1 8-12 2 5 Frenchy Tomlin............13 1-4 1-4 0-0 0 2 Hersey Strong..............19 4-5 0-0 2-2 1 1 Desmond Porter............2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Steve Malloy..................4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Herb Dixon..................26 5-7 0-0 5-9 5 5 Ray Foster...................15 3-3 0-0 2-2 5 0 Team........................... 5 Totals........................200 30-70 2-6 27-36 46 15 ILLINOIS STATE.........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast Tony Holifield...............37 7-10 0-0 1-3 6 0 Cliff Peterson..............27 5-11 0-1 1-2 9 2 Jarrod Coleman...........28 3-10 0-0 2-2 5 0 Matt Taphorn..............37 6-16 4-9 2-2 5 8 Rickey Jackson............25 4-5 3-3 0-0 2 4 Jeff Harris...................37 3-14 1-5 5-7 7 1 Randy Blair.................20 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 2 Derek Stokes.................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Sonny Roberts...............3 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0 Jon Pemberton............10 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 1 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 31-70 8-18 13-18 42 18

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Halftime: Cleveland State 42, Illinois State 33. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 2, Illinois State 3. Technicals: ISU coach Donewald. Officials: Larry Rose, Edwin Edsall & Rick Hartzell. Attendance: 5,424

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NIT March 16, 1987

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Final: Illinois State shoots an impressive 62-percent from the field to offset 26 turnovers to edge Cleveland State, 79-77, in front of a thenschool CSU record crowd of 7,443 at Public Hall. Defining Moment: After trailing by as many as 13 points in the second half, CSU rallies to tie the game at 62-62 with 9:51 left but ISU counters by running off nine straight points to rebuild its lead. Key Stats: Illlinois State makes 31 of its 50 field goal attempts (.620), including .654 in the first half (17-26). CSU is 25-for-27 from the line (.926) while ISU manages just .552 shooting (16-29). Performance Leaders: Ken McFadden scores 20 points, including a nine-for-nine effort from the line. Eddie Bryant added 17 points and Clinton Ransey 12 for the Vikings. Derrick Sanders leads ISU with 27 points and 10 rebounds. CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast Kenny Robertson.........13 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 Clinton Ransey............25 5-19 0-3 2-2 5 3 Warren Bradley...........32 3-5 0-0 1-1 9 0 Ken McFadden............38 5-21 1-2 9-9 2 1 Eddie Bryant...............36 5-8 1-1 6-6 3 4 Hersey Strong..............15 3-4 0-0 4-5 3 0 Pat Vuyancih...............23 2-4 0-0 2-2 10 1 Ray Salters.................18 2-5 0-0 1-2 1 1 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 25-68 2-6 25-27 36 10 ILLINOIS STATE.........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast Cliff Peterson..............27 4-10 0-0 3-5 10 1 Derrick Sanders..........37 11-13 0-0 5-11 10 0 Tony Holifield...............36 8-12 0-0 2-4 6 1 Jeff Harris...................17 1-4 0-1 0-0 0 1 Rickey Jackson............10 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Sean Morros..................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 Sam Skarich...............24 2-3 1-1 0-0 1 2 Randy Blair.................12 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0 Todd Starks.................22 0-2 0-0 2-2 5 7 Matt Taphorn................7 3-3 0-0 0-1 1 1 Sonny Roberts...............1 0-0 0-0 1-2 2 0 Jarrod Coleman.............6 1-2 0-0 1-2 0 1 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 31-50 1-2 16-29 38 15

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Halftime: Illinois State 42, Cleveland State 41. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 0, Illinois State 3. Technicals: none. Officials: Frank Scagliotta, John Hannon & Joseph Mingle. Attendance: 7,443.

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NIT March 22, 1988

NIT Second Round

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Columbus, Ohio

Final: Cold second half shooting dooms the Vikings as Ohio State rallies from 10 points down midway through the half to claim an 86-80 win in St. John’s Arena. Defining Moment: After the Vikings ran off 12 straight points to open up a 60-50 lead with 13:48 left, the Buckeyes score 16 of the next 18 points over a 5:18 period to take the lead for good. Key Stats: Ohio State shoots .583 from the field (28-48) and CSU has 18 more shots but can only shoot .424 (28-66). The Buckeyes outscore CSU, 29-17 from the foul line, going 29-for-42 (.690) while CSU is just 17-for-23 (.739). Performance Leaders: Ken McFadden scored a game-high 32 points and William Stanley added 19 points but it was not enough to offset the OSU trio of Jay Burson (22 points), Jerry Francis (21) and Curtis Wilson (13 points, 10 assists). CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast Warren Bradley...........29 2-3 0-0 1-1 6 0 William Stanley...........32 6-17 4-12 3-4 4 0 Eric Mudd...................29 4-9 0-0 0-1 11 0 Ken McFadden............39 11-20 2-3 8-9 3 5 Kenny Robertson.........14 1-6 0-3 2-2 1 2 Frenchy Tomlin..............3 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 Hersey Strong................8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Steve Malloy..................6 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 Herb Dixon..................24 2-6 1-1 3-4 1 3 Ray Foster...................16 1-2 0-0 0-2 3 0 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 28-66 7-20 17-23 33 10 OHIO STATE...............min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast Tony White...................29 2-3 0-0 0-1 2 0 Jerry Francis................38 6-10 1-1 8-11 6 6 Perry Carter.................30 5-9 0-0 4-6 14 4 Curtis Wilson..............36 2-6 0-2 9-12 3 10 Jay Burson..................33 9-15 0-0 4-7 1 1 James Bradley...............9 0-2 0-0 2-2 1 0 Randy Doss...................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Scott Anderson..............2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 John Anderson...............9 0-0 0-0 0-1 2 0 Grady Mateen..............12 4-5 0-0 2-2 1 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 28-48 1-3 29-42 32 21

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Halftime: Cleveland State 42, Ohio State 38. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 5, Ohio State 7. Technicals: OSU coach Gary Williams. Officials: Bobby Olah, Daniel Hooker & Harrell Allen. Attendance: 13,320

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2 0 08 NIT After being picked to finish in ninth place in the Horizon League, the Vikings proved to be one of the most improved teams in the nation, finishing in second place in the league during both the regular season and tournament to secure the program its first post-season invitation in 20 years. A heart-breaking loss at Butler in the championship game of the Horizon League Tournament cost CSU an NCAA bid, but the 21 wins that the Vikings compiled during the year was more than enough to earn an invitation to play in the NIT for the fourth time in program history. When the bracket was announced, the selection committee had the Vikings staying close to home, traveling to Dayton to take on the Dayton Flyers, a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference that had started the season ranked in the top 25 polls, only to fall out after injuries took several starters out of the lineup. Dayton jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead less than three minutes in on back-to-back threepointers to force a quick 30-second timeout by CSU. The Vikings came back to take their first lead of the game (18-15) with 10:52 remaining on a three-point play from Joe Davis.

NI T The Vikings had the lead for nearly six minutes in the first half, but surrendered a 15-4 run to the Flyers to trail at the half, 38-30. Dayton scored the first seven points of the half to open up a 45-30 less than two minutes into the half. However, D’Aundray Brown and Cedric Jackson each hit a pair of free throws and Brown added a fastbreak layup for a mini 6-0 run that sliced the CSU deficit back to single digits (4536) with 15 minutes to play. But that would be as close as CSU would get until late in the game as the Flyers responded with six straight points of their own to regain a 15 point lead. Cleveland State was able to cut the lead to six points (61-55) with 3:47 to play on a Bullock jumper, but the Vikings would go on to miss four consecutive shots and a pair of free throws, and did not score again until a layup by Norris Cole with 17 seconds left. Despite the loss, the season proved memorable for CSU, which had become one of at least 16 teams in NCAA history to go from losing 20 games in one season to winning 20 the next.

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After winning the Horizon League regular season crown and finishing 26-8, the Vikings earned a spot in the NIT for the first time since 2008. The committee liked what they saw out of CSU and awarded them with a No. 2 seed and a first round home game against No. 7 Vermont. Led by 27 points from Norris Cole, including the go-ahead basket with 1:23 left and four free throws in the final 26.5 seconds, the Vikings defeated the Catamounts, 63-60. The game came down to the final shot as a three-point attempt by Matt Glass at the buzzer bounced on the rim four times before falling off. The win gave the Vikings a second round game at home against No. 6 College of Charleston, who upset No. 3 Dayton in the first round. The game featured two of the top scoring guards in the country in Cole (21.8) and Charleton’s Andrew Goudelock (23.8), who came into the game ranked 11th and fourth in the nation in scoring, respectively. However, the game came down to defense as CSU was held scoreless for an eight minute stretch in the second half in a 64-56 setback. CSU struggled from the field, hitting just 23-of-69 (.333) overall, but only 1-of-25 (.004) from three-point. Charleston shot .456 (21-46) and 7-of-19 (.368) from three-point. Cole led the Vikings with 18 points and showcased his defensive skills one final time, holding Goudelock to 3-of-12 shooting from the field and 13 points.

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Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Norris Cole scored a game-high 27 points, including 16 in the second half, as Cleveland State survived a nail-biter, grabbing a 63-60 decision over the Catamounts in the opening round of the NIT. Defining Moment: After Cole made a pair of free throws with four seconds left to put CSU ahead 63-60, a buzzer-beating three-point attempt by Vermont’s Matt Glass bounced off the rim four times and the glass once before rolling off to end the game. The contest featured 15 ties and nine lead changes. Key Stats: CSU made up for being out-rebounded by 16 (45-29) but by forcing 16 Vermont turnovers, holding the Catamounts to .344 shooting in the second half (11-32) and to just .154 from three-point for the game (2-13). Performance Leaders: Cole scored 27 points to move past Clinton Ransey and into third place on the CSU career scoring chart (1,960 points). Aaron Pogue battled to score 1 points with eight rebounds. VERMONT..................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Luke Apfeld.................23 3-5 0-1 6-6 9 0 1 0 1 2 12 Brian Voekel................33 1-2 0-0 1-3 8 2 3 0 2 1 3 Ben Crenca.................11 1-3 0-0 0-1 2 0 1 0 0 2 2 Sandro Carissimo.......20 2-5 0-0 0-0 1 1 3 0 2 3 4 Brendan Bald..............30 5-15 1-4 0-0 1 4 1 2 1 3 11 Joey Accaoui................29 2-7 1-3 0-0 4 0 4 0 0 0 5 Josh Elbaum.................2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Simeon Marsalis...........3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Pat Bergmann.............16 8-10 0-0 0-0 8 1 0 0 0 4 16 Clancy Rugg.................1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Matt Glass..................25 2-10 0-5 2-2 5 1 1 0 1 3 6 Garret Kissel.................7 0-1 0-0 1-4 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 24-58 2-13 10-16 45 10 16 2 7 20 60 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............29 2-4 1-2 0-0 1 5 4 1 3 2 5 Aaron Pogue................31 3-6 0-0 5-15 8 1 0 2 0 3 11 Trevon Harmon............38 1-7 1-4 3-4 3 1 0 0 2 1 6 Jeremy Montgomery.....31 2-11 1-6 2-2 1 2 1 0 0 2 7 Norris Cole..................37 9-17 3-6 6-6 4 5 2 0 2 3 27 Charlie Woods...............5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 Josh McCoy.................12 2-4 1-2 0-0 4 1 1 0 0 1 5 Luda Ndaye...................8 0-0 0-0 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joe Latas.......................9 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 20-52 7-20 16-27 29 16 10 3 9 15 63 Halftime: Vermont 27, Cleveland State 25. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 6, Vermont 3. Technicals: None. Officials: Jim Haney, Earl Walton, Gene Steratore Attendance: 1,472.

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Dayton, Ohio

Final: Brian Roberts scored a game-high 21 points and Dayton shot 55-percent from the field as the Flyers ended CSU’s first post-season appearance in two decades, 66-57, in a first round NIT game played in the UD Arena. Defining Moment: Dayton used a 13-2 run during a four-minute span centered around halftime to turn a four-point lead into a 15-point advantage (45-30, 18:17). CSU would come no closer than six the rest of the way. Key Stats: Dayton had a decisive shooting advantage, making 23 of its 42 attempts (.548), including a 65-percent effort in the first half (13-20). CSU managed just .385 from the field (20-52). The Vikings were out-rebounded, 33-26. Performance Leaders: Cedric Jackson led three Vikings in double figures with 11 points and five assists with D’Aundray Brown and Joe Davis adding 10 points each. Brian Roberts scored 15 of his 21 points in the first half to help the Flyers to a 38-30 lead at the intermission. CLEVELAND STATE.........min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts D’Aundray Brown........30 4-4 0-0 2-2 3 4 0 0 0 2 10 J’Nathan Bullock.........34 3-9 0-3 2-4 7 1 2 0 0 2 8 George Tandy..............14 1-4 0-0 2-2 6 1 3 0 0 2 4 Cedric Jackson............34 3-10 1-4 4-7 2 5 0 1 2 3 11 Breyohn Watson..........19 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 Joe Davis.....................14 3-9 2-6 2-3 2 0 1 0 1 1 10 Kevin Francis..............16 0-3 0-2 0-0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 Renard Fields................3 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 Norris Cole..................21 3-8 1-4 0-0 0 1 2 0 0 2 7 Chris Moore.................15 0-2 0-0 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 5 0 Team........................... 0 Totals........................200 20-52 5-20 12-18 26 14 9 1 4 20 57 DAYTON.....................min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Jimmy Binnie..............23 2-9 1-7 0-0 3 3 1 0 0 4 5 Kurt Huelsman............28 4-5 0-0 4-7 7 3 1 1 1 1 12 Brian Roberts..............35 7-10 3-6 4-5 4 2 2 0 0 0 21 Andres Sandoval.........28 4-6 1-2 2-2 3 3 1 0 2 4 11 Marcus Johnson..........30 3-5 1-2 4-7 6 0 1 1 0 3 11 Mickey Perry..................9 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 1 1 0 0 2 2 London Warren............19 0-3 0-1 0-0 4 1 2 0 1 2 0 Charles Little..............23 2-2 0-0 0-3 2 2 3 0 0 0 4 Devin Searcy.................5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Team........................... 2 1 Totals........................200 23-42 6-19 14-24 33 15 13 2 4 17 66 Halftime: Dayton 38, Cleveland State 30. Dead Ball Rebounds: Cleveland State 3, Dayton 5. Technicals: None. Officials: Jim Haneu. Tim Clougherty & Andrew Marotta. Attendance: 7,012.

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Cleveland, Ohio

Final: Four Charleston starters scored in double figures and Cleveland State has one of its worst shooting performances in school history as the Vikings dropped a 64-56 decision to the Cougars in a second round game of the National Invitation Tournament. Defining Moment: With the Vikings ahead 46-45 with 10:14 left, Norris Cole sprains his right ankle but stays in the game. CoC responds with an 11-0 run over the next four minutes to lead, 56-46 with 5:45 left. The hole would prove to large to climb out of as CSU could close to no less than four points down the stretch. Key Stats: The Vikings shot just .040 from beyond the arc (1-25), making their only trey just 97 seconds into the game and then missing their final 22 attempts. CSU was just 23-for-69 from the field (.333) but did shoot .818 from the line (9-11). CoC shot .571 in the first half (16-28) and used 14-for-15 shooting (.933) from the line in the second half to help overcome .278 shooting (5-18). CSU forced 15 turnovers and made just six. Performance Leaders: Cole leads the Vikings with 18 points and seven assists but just four of his points came after the ankle sprain. Aaron Pogue registered his third double-double of the season, finishing with 13 points and 14 rebounds. COLL. OF CHARLESTON.min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Antwaine Wiggins.......29 4-9 1-2 2-2 7 1 4 2 0 0 11 Trent Wiedeman..........34 5-8 1-1 2-2 9 4 0 1 1 4 13 Willis Hall...................28 3-7 2-4 0-0 6 2 3 0 0 2 8 Donavan Monroe.........37 5-8 2-4 4-4 3 3 2 0 0 2 16 Andrew Goudelock.......39 3-12 0-6 7-8 4 2 4 0 1 1 13 Andrew Lawrence........27 1-2 1-2 0-0 2 3 2 0 2 2 3 James Carlton...............6 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team........................... 2 Totals........................200 21-46 7-19 15-16 35 15 15 3 4 11 64 CLEVELAND STATE.....min fg-a 3fg-a ft-a reb ast to bk st pf pts Tim Kamczyc...............35 3-5 1-3 0-0 6 0 1 0 2 3 7 Aaron Pogue................36 6-13 0-0 1-1 14 1 1 0 2 2 13 Trevon Harmon............36 3-12 0-6 2-2 5 0 1 0 1 2 8 Jeremy Montgomery.....20 1-9 0-5 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 4 2 Norris Cole..................39 6-22 0-8 6-8 2 7 2 0 2 4 18 Charlie Woods.............13 2-3 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 Josh McCoy.................12 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Luda Ndaye...................5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Joe Latas.......................4 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 1 0 1 4 Team........................... 3 Totals........................200 23-69 1-25 9-11 37 9 6 1 7 18 56 Halftime: College of Charleston 38, Cleveland State 32. Dead Ball Rebounds: College of Charleston 0, Cleveland State 2. Technicals: None. Officials: Tom O’Neill, John Gaffney & Jeff Anderson. Attendance: 2,077.

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The Wolstein C e n t e r Since its opening in 1991, the Bert L. and Iris S. Wolstein Center at Cleveland State has become one of the most exciting multi-purpose, college-owned facilities in the Midwest. The ribbon to open the beautiful $55 million facility was cut on November 1, 1991, giving the CSU basketball teams a home that was, and still is, second to none. Originally christened as the CSU Convocation Center, the building was renamed in January 2005 to honor the Wolsteins, whose $6.25 million commitment to the CSU Foundation was the largest philanthropic gift in CSU history. Bert Wolstein, who passed away in May 2004, was a graduate of the Cleveland-Marshall School of Law. He was a fixture in the professional sports scene in Cleveland, serving as the founder and owner of the Cleveland Force indoor soccer team. The Wolstein Center hosts a myriad of special events and contemporary concerts by international artists, nationally acclaimed family shows, rodeos, professional bull riding, motorsports spectaculars, professional and amateur sporting events, equestrian events, large banquets, trade shows, conventions, consumer shows and a vast array of community and civic functions. Following the successful 1996 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship, CSU’s stature only grew with sellout crowds for the 1998 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships and the first and second round games of both the 2000 and 2005 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. In addition, the Wolstein Center hosted the 2002 Horizon League Men’s Basketball Championship. The Wolstein Center is a full-service facility, with a full-time staff to manage and administer special events. It is managed by Global Spectrum, the fastest growing venue management firm in the world, and has the capabilities and resources to be the major event site in Cleveland. It provides event planners

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with marketing services that include local and national media. Ovations serves as the exclusive caterer to the Wolstein Center. The unique combination of facility management and 20-plus years of catering experience helps provide elegance and world-class appeal for all events hosted at the Wolstein Center. The first-class concession and catering capabilities, along with many other amenities, enhance any and all events that take place at the facility. The main arena - Henry J. Goodman Arena - encompasses 23,773 square feet (112 feet x 212 feet) and 40,000 square feet of storage space. The building has 13,610 theatre-style seats including 1,512 telescopic seats that pull out onto the floor in four directions.

A Look at the Wolstein Center Construction Started: August 1989 Construction Cost: $55 million Officially Opened: November 1, 1991 First Event: November 3, 1991 (Randy Travis Concert) First Intercollegiate Basketball Game: CSU Women vs. Kent State (November 23, 1991) Capacity: 13,610 Handicap Seating: 150 Site Size: 8.5 acres Project Managers: O’Brien-Kreitzberg Associates in conjunction with R.P. Carbone Construction Co. and ColeJon Mechanical Corp. Design Architects: URS-Dalton Consultants, Cleveland Building Features: Pro style locker suites with 20 locker areas for each men’s and women’s basketball team; Training room; Weight/conditioning room; Equipment room. The Peter B. Lewis Center for Academic and Athletic Excellence.

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Henry Goodman Arena Building access is via a doublewide truck door that is located 20 feet below street grade. The exterior loading area immediately to the west of the building provides ample truck and bus parking, as well as a semi-turnaround. The arena also features a proscenium curtain system that helps to modify the spacious arena into a more intimate gathering, and two large, color, animated scoreboards. Part of dynamic downtown Cleveland, the Wolstein Center is accessible to some 4.5 million people within a 100-mile radius, making the facility a primary location for many different types of event programming and touring attractions. Each year, the Center welcomes more than 800,000 people to more than 300 events in either the arena or the conference pavilion. Easy access and well-placed

signs to three major highways make visiting the facility an enjoyable and easy effort. An added feature is a large, state-of-the-art, LED video board marquee located on one of Cleveland's busiest avenues. The marquee allows sponsors and promoters to maximize advertising potential by providing exposure to upcoming events to more than 36,000 cars per day. The Gerald H. Gordon Conference Pavilion is a 10,000-square-foot banquet, conference and meeting space that is connected to the arena. The space can be used in conjunction with arena events or for completely separate activities. The pavilion can host an array of events, including trade shows, wedding receptions, corporate functions and conventions.

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Wo l stein C e n t e r I n di v i d u a l R ec o r d s FREE THROWS CSU: 13 done twice, last by Jermaine Robinson vs. Central State, 11/22/03 Opp: 18 Jared Dudley, Boston College vs. Milwaukee, 3/19/05 (NCAA First Round)

POINTS CSU: 39 J’Nathan Bullock vs. Green Bay, 2/11/08 Opp: 42 Matthew Graves, Butler, 1/15/98 FIELD GOALS CSU: 13 J’Nathan Bullock vs. Green Bay, 2/11/08 13 Sam Mitchell vs. UIC, 2/28/94 Opp: 15 Elijah Warren, Detroit, 1/19/04

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS CSU: 18 Sonny Johnson vs. Milwaukee, 1/30/99 Opp: 21 Jared Dudley, Boston College vs. Milwaukee, 3/19/05 (NCAA First Round)

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS CSU: 24 done twice, last by Jermaine Robinson vs. Eastern Michigan, 2/21/04 Opp: 31 Bill Edwards, Wright State, 2/8/93 FIELD GOAL PCT (10 Att) CSU: .929 J’Nathan Bullock vs. Green Bay, 2/11/08 (13-14) Opp: .900 Chris Webber, Michigan, 12/7/91 (9-10) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS CSU: 7 Jamaal Harris vs. Detroit, 3/2/02; 7 James Madison vs. Wright State, 1/17/98 Opp: 9 Lee Trotter, Maryland-Eastern Shore, 12/6/02 3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS CSU: 16 Percell Coles vs. North Carolina, 11/29/03 Opp: 14 LaDrell Whitehead, Ohio, 12/8/98 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (5 3-FGM) CSU: 1.000 Charlie Woods vs. Toledo, 2/20/10 (5-5) Opp: .857 Pat McCabe, Milwaukee, 2/8/96 (6-7)

FREE THROW PCT (8 FTM) CSU: 1.000 Done five times, last by Norris Cole vs. Valparaiso, 2/11/10 (8-8) Opp: 1.000 Kevin Rhodes, Western Illinois, 1/29/94 (14-14) REBOUNDS CSU: 18 Sam Mitchell vs. Saginaw Valley State, 12/4/93 Opp: 18 Cyrus Caswell, St. Bonaventure vs. Kentucky, 3/16/00 (NCAA 2nd Round) ASSISTS CSU: 14 Gravelle Craig vs. Akron, 3/8/92 Opp: 13 Michael Hawkins, Xavier, 1/5/95 STEALS CSU: 7 Cedric Jackson vs. Youngstown State, 2/18/09 Opp: 8 A.J. Diggs, California, 11/30/02 BLOCKS CSU: 7 Pape Badiane vs. Butler, 2/24/03 Opp: 9 Sherrell Ford, UIC, 2/28/94

Wo l stein C e n t e r Te am R ec o r d s POINTS CSU: 113 vs. Prarie View A&M, 12/14/99 Opp: 101 by Kent State, 12/23/93 FIELD GOALS CSU: 42 vs. Geneva, Opp: 40 by Milwaukee, 2/8/96 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS CSU: 85 vs. Prarie View A&M, 12/19/98 Opp: 80 by Kent State, 12/23/93 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE CSU: .650 vs. Green Bay, 1/18/93 (26-40) Opp: .678 by Milwaukee, 2/8/96 (40-59)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE CSU: .667 vs. Northern Michigan, 12/21/91 (8-12) Opp: .706 by Eastern Illinois vs. Green Bay, 3/9/92 (12-17) FREE THROWS CSU: 34 vs. Kent State, 12/23/93 Opp: 34 by Akron, 12/7/99 34 by Detroit, 1/23/97 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS CSU: 58 vs. Kent State, 12/23/93 Opp: 39 done four times, last by Robert Morris, 12/15/09

3-POINT FIELD GOALS CSU: 12 vs. Norfolk State, 11/27/04 12 vs. Northern Illinois, 1/6/92 Opp: 20 by Butler, 2/8/07

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE CSU: .929 by Milwaukee, 1/24/10 (13-14) .929 vs. Dayton, 12/18/99 (13-14) .929 vs. Toledo, 12/23/95 (13-14) Opp: .941 vs. UIC, 1/9/10 (16-17)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS CSU: 32 vs. Norfolk State, 11/27/04 Opp: 33 by Butler, 2/8/07

REBOUNDS CSU: 61 vs. Saginaw Valley State, 12/4/93 Opp: 58 by Kent State, 12/23/93

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REBOUND MARGIN CSU: 28 vs. Saginaw Valley St., 12/4/93 (61-33) Opp: 29 by Michigan vs. CSU, 12/7/91 (52-23) ASSISTS CSU: 28 done three times, last vs. Prairie View A&M, 12/14/99 Opp: 27 by Butler, 2/8/07 STEALS CSU: 23 vs. IPFW, 12/3/94 Opp: 18 by Creighton, 12/18/91 BLOCKS CSU: 12 vs. Central State, 11/22/03 Opp: 11 by Georgetown, 11/23/96 11 by UIC, 2/28/94 FOULS CSU: 30 vs. Akron, 12/7/99 Opp: 42 by Kent State, 12/23/93 DISQUALIFICATIONS CSU: 3 vs. Northern Illinois, 1/6/92 Opp: 5 by Kent State, 12/23/93

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2011-12 Vikings Ye a r - By -Ye ar Wols te in C en t er R e cor d s & Atte nd anc e Year 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

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

Pct. .467 .917 .471 .545 .385 .417 .692 .643 .693 .846 .600 .385 .143 .583 .333 .429 .857 .867 .706 .850

20 Years

168 -110

.604

Total Attendance 60,681 50,960 47,400 36,037 23,013 55,070 53,912 53,838 47,685 41,884 36,651 24,153 32,327 29,016 31,170 36,662 36,888 35,918 39,968 62,242 835,475

A t tendanc e R e c o r ds H ome A ttendance

Season Average 4,589 4,247 4,147 4,045

in 1996-97 in 1992-93 in 1997-98 in 1991-92

L a r ge st Ho m e C r owds at Wolstein Center

13,055 vs. Michigan, 12/7/91 11,534 vs. North Carolina, 11/29/03 10,123 vs. Michigan, 11/30/96 9,568 vs. Georgetown, 11/23/96 9,106 vs. Valparaiso, 2/20/93 8,490 vs. Butler, 2/5/11 8,106 vs. Cincinnati, 1/13/93 7,333 vs. Butler, 2/10/01 7,163 vs. Michigan State, 12/7/93 6,912 vs. Xavier, 1/5/95

3,688 3,599 3,429 3,355 3,333 3,302 3,282 3,262 3,252 3,247

at Woodling Gym

vs. Eastern Illinois, 2/24/86 vs. Southwest Missouri State, 2/22/86 vs. Valparaiso, 3/2/85 vs. Illinois State, 2/23/81 vs. Valparaiso, 2/1/86 vs. Western Illinois, 1/20/86 vs. UIC, 2/22/88 vs, Southwest Missouri State, 2/15/88 vs. Northern Iowa, 1/18/86 vs. Northern Iowa, 3/2/87

7,443 7,441 5,424 4,437 4,132 4,130

Avg. 4,045 3,920 3,386 3,276 1,770 4,589 4,147 3,846 3,668 3,222 2,443 1,858 2,487 2,418 2,078 2,619 2,635 2,395 2,351 3,112

at Public Hall

vs. Illinois State, 3/16/87^ vs. Marquette, 1/29/81 vs. Illinois State, 3/18/88^ vs. Michigan State, 12/12/83 vs. Wilberforce, 12/1/78 vs. SW Missouri State, 1/28/89

at Quicken Loans Arena

15,314 12,715 12,617 11,474 11,392 10,276

vs. Rhode Island, 12/27/98 vs. Ohio State, 12/18/07 vs. Ohio State, 12/17/94 vs. Dayton, 12/16/95 vs. Bowling Green, 12/4/99 vs. Kent State, 12/29/01

Lar ge s t R o a d C r o w d s 21,713 19,454 19,319 19,288 18,968 18,537 17,158 16,857 16,422 15,416

Woodling Gym

3,005

^ - National Invitational Tournament game

Wolstein Center

vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/16/86 * vs. Navy, 3/21/86 & at Louisville, 12/19/90 at Louisville, 12/16/87 at Louisville, 12/4/89 at North Carolina, 12/30/04 at Ohio State, 12/9/06 vs. Indiana, 3/14/86 * at North Carolina, 11/22/05 at Syracuse, 12/15/08

* - NCAA East Regional (Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y.)

Cleveland Public Hall

Viking Home Courts Won Lost BH—Bedford High School 1 1 CA—Cleveland Arena 9 14 CL—Cathedral Latin High School 20 20 CT—Case Technical 2 0 EH—Euclid High School 1 0 FR—Fairfax Recreation Center 0 2 LH—Lakewood High School 4 0 PH—Cleveland Public Hall 58 55 SI—St. Ignatius High School 2 2 SS—St. Stanislaus 10 9 TC—Cuyahoga Community College 4 9 QLA—Quicken Loans Arena 2 5 WC—Wolstein Center 168 110 WG—Woodling Gym 124 21 WR—Western Reserve University 2 7 Undetermined Home Sites 75 132

Pct. .500 .391 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .513 .500 .526 .308 .286 .604 .855 .222 .362

■ Record at Cleveland Arena includes games in which CSU

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Won Adrian.............................2 Air Force.........................0 Akron............................30 Alcorn State....................1 Albany............................0 Allegheny......................10 Alliance..........................3 Arizona...........................0 Ashland..........................5 Assumption....................1 Augustana (SD)..............1 Baldwin Wallace.............1 Ball State.......................2 Baylor.............................0 Belmont Abbey................0 Bethany..........................0 Bliss...............................0 Boise State.....................0 Boston University............1 Bowling Green................7 Brooklyn..........................2 Brown.............................2 Bryant.............................1 Buffalo...........................5 Buffalo State..................5 Butler.............................7 California.......................0 Cal Poly-SLO...................1 Cal State Northridge.......1 Campbell........................3 Canisius.........................2 Carnegie Tech.................2 Case Tech.......................3 Case Western Reserve....1 Cedarville.......................4 Central Conn. State........1 Central Michigan............3 Central State..................3 Charlotte........................0 Chattanooga...................1 Cheyney State.................0 Chicago State.................1 Cincinnati.......................0 Clarion..........................11 Clemson.........................0 Colorado State................0 Commerce......................0 Concordia (IN)................4 Concordia (WI)................1 Cornell............................0 Creighton........................2 Dayton............................3 Defiance.........................0 Delaware........................2 Denison..........................1 Denver............................1 DePaul............................1 DeSales..........................0 Detroit..........................15

Lost 6 1 34 1 1 16 3 1 26 1 0 11 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 8 0 0 0 2 9 30 2 1 1 1 1 0 12 0 8 0 4 6 4 0 1 1 11 23 1 4 1 0 0 2 13 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 35

Series Began 1930-31 1977-78 1932-33 1995-96 2005-06 1931-32 1937-38 2008-09 1930-31 1939-40 1979-80 1937-38 1972-73 1975-76 1974-75 1960-61 1933-34 1993-94 1982-83 1931-32 1982-83 1997-98 2010-11 1973-74 1948-49 1974-75 2000-01 1994-95 2006-07 1977-78 1971-72 1963-64 1953-54 1976-77 1954-55 1985-86 1968-69 1967-68 1972-73 1986-87 1966-67 2006-07 1970-71 1938-39 1976-77 1990-91 1929-30 1930-31 1979-80 1982-83 1970-71 1931-32 1931-32 2005-06 1982-83 1977-78 1985-86 1938-39 1935-36

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Won Lost Detroit College................2 Detroit Tech....................9 Drake..............................0 Duquense.......................2 Eastern Illinois.............19 Eastern Kentucky............0 Eastern Michigan...........9 Eastern Montana............2 Edinboro.........................5 Evansville.......................0 Fairfield..........................0 Fairleigh Dickinson.........3 Federal City....................1 Ferris State.....................1 Findlay............................1 Florida A&M....................3 Florida Atlantic...............1 Florida International.......2 Florida State...................2 Franklin..........................2 Fredonia.........................3 Gannon...........................2 Geneva...........................1 George Mason.................2 Georgetown.....................0 Georgia Southern............1 Green Bay.....................26 Grove City.......................7 Hawai’i-Hilo....................1 Heidelberg......................1 Highland Park.................0 Hillsdale ........................2 Hiram...........................29 Illinois............................0 Illinois State...................1 Indiana...........................1 Indiana (PA)...................3 Indiana State..................0 Iona ...............................2 IPFW...............................2 IUPUI..............................0 John Carroll..................15 Kansas State..................0 Kent State-Canton..........4 Kent State.....................18 Kentucky.........................0 Kenyon............................8 La Roche.........................1 Lamar.............................0 La Salle..........................1 Lawrence Tech................4 Long Island.....................1 Louisiana-Lafayette........2 Louisiana-Monroe...........1 Louisiana State..............0 Louisville........................0 Loyola...........................17 Malone............................8 Marian............................1

5 12 1 1 9 2 22 0 8 1 2 2 0 0 10 1 1 1 2 0 2 3 0 2 2 2 36 16 0 11 1 0 35 1 3 0 7 3 1 0 2 31 3 0 26 1 20 0 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 4 22 2 0

Series Last Began Meeting 1965-66 1929-30 2003-04 1970-71 1966-67 1976-77 1967-68 1969-70 1946-47 2006-07 1973-74 1974-75 1969-70 1983-84 1933-34 1986-87 2002-03 1989-90 1979-80 1933-34 1958-59 1947-48 2007-08 1978-79 1996-97 1979-80 1981-82 1934-35 1999-00 1938-39 1940-41 1994-95 1929-30 1976-77 1980-81 1985-86 1962-63 1975-76 1995-96 1994-95 2001-02 1930-31 2006-07 1947-48 1932-33 2009-10 1936-37 2008-09 1988-89 1975-76 1933-34 1974-75 1989-90 1978-79 1982-83 1981-82 1973-74 1958-59 1972-73

1969-70 1965-66 2003-04 2002-03 1993-94 1977-78 2004-05 1970-71 1967-68 2006-07 1974-75 1987-88 1969-70 1983-84 1968-69 2009-10 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 1933-34 1962-63 1969-70 2007-08 2007-08 1997-98 2007-08 2010-11 1958-59 1999-00 1968-69 1940-41 2004-05 1967-68 1976-77 1987-88 1985-86 1970-71 1978-79 2010-11 2002-03 2002-03 2007-08 2009-10 1949-50 2010-11 2009-10 1984-85 2008-09 1988-89 1994-95 1964-65 1974-75 2010-11 1978-79 1982-83 1990-91 2010-11 1989-90 1972-73

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Won Marietta..........................2 Marist.............................3 Marquette.......................1 Marshall.........................1 Maryland........................0 Maryland-Eastern Shore.6 Massachusetts...............0 Memphis.........................0 Mexico City.....................0 Miami (Fla.)....................1 Miami (OH).....................0 Michigan........................0 Michigan State...............0 Middle Tennessee St.......3 Milwaukee....................15 Missouri-Kansas City......3 Morehead State..............0 Mount Union...................1 Muskingum.....................2 Navy...............................1 Niagara..........................4 Norfolk State...................3 North Carolina................0 North Carolina A&T.........1 Northern Illinois..............5 Northern Iowa...............12 Northern Michigan..........1 Northwestern..................1 Notre Dame (OH).............2 Oakland..........................3 Oberlin............................3 Ohio . .............................2 Ohio Chiropody...............3 Ohio Dominican..............1 Ohio Northern.................4 Ohio State.......................1 Ohio Wesleyan................2 Oklahoma City................0 Oklahoma State..............0 Old Dominion..................0 Oral Roberts...................0 Oregon............................0 Otterbein........................0 Pacific............................0 Penn State......................2 Pennzoils........................0 Pittsburgh......................2 Prairie View A & M..........4 Princeton........................0 Providence......................0 Rhode Island................. 1 Rio Grande......................1 Robert Morris..................5 Rochester College...........1 Rutgers...........................1 Sacred Heart...................3 Saginaw Valley State......1 St. Bonaventure..............1 Saint Francis (PA)...........8

Lost 1 0 2 4 1 0 1 1 1 0 5 8 8 1 21 1 3 20 0 1 3 0 3 0 8 7 0 1 0 0 13 9 0 0 6 7 0 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 5 0 1 3 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 6 6

Series Began 1933-34 1986-87 1979-80 1970-71 1984-85 1981-82 1993-94 1986-87 1941-42 2006-07 1971-72 1982-83 1982-83 1989-90 1993-94 1988-89 1969-70 1936-37 1966-67 1985-86 1977-78 2001-02 2003-04 1977-78 1990-91 1983-84 1991-92 1983-84 2006-07 1999-00 1942-43 1972-73 1929-30 1980-81 1953-54 1980-81 1938-39 1975-76 1981-82 2010-11 1981-82 1996-97 1941-42 1994-95 1981-82 1929-30 1973-74 1994-95 1990-91 1972-73 1998-99 1932-33 1976-77 2005-06 1979-80 1998-99 1993-94 1975-76 1971-72

Last Meeting 1981-82 2008-09 1987-88 1990-91 1984-85 2002-03 1993-94 1986-87 1941-42 2006-07 1978-79 1997-98 2005-06 1993-94 2010-11 2000-01 1981-82 1959-60 1967-68 1990-91 1987-88 2004-05 2005-06 1977-78 1996-97 1990-91 1991-92 1984-85 2008-09 2008-09 1966-67 1999-00 1940-41 1980-81 1969-70 2009-10 1985-86 1977-78 1981-82 2010-11 1981-82 1996-97 1942-43 1994-95 2003-04 1929-30 1980-81 2001-02 1990-91 1998-99 1999-00 1932-33 2010-11 2005-06 1979-80 1999-00 1993-94 2010-11 1992-93

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Won Saint Joseph...................3 Saint Leo........................1 Saint Mary’s....................0 Sam Houston State.........2 San Diego.......................1 San Francisco State........1 Siena..............................3 Slippery Rock..................4 South Carolina................1 South Carolina State......1 South Dakota..................3 South Dakota State.........0 South Florida..................3 Southeast Missouri St.....1 Southern.........................1 Southern Utah State.......1 Southwest Missouri St....9 Spencerian.....................2 Stetson...........................1 Steubenville....................2 Stony Brook.....................3 Syracuse.........................1 Temple............................0

Lost 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 22 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 0 0 2 1 0 2

Series Began 1985-86 2008-09 1930-31 2009-10 1970-71 1971-72 1976-77 1936-37 1980-81 1981-82 1970-71 1970-71 1998-99 1991-92 1981-82 1994-95 1983-84 1929-30 1978-79 1952-53 1998-99 2008-09 1999-00

Last Meeting 1987-88 2008-09 1930-31 2010-11 1970-71 1971-72 2001-02 1989-90 1980-81 1981-82 1973-74 1970-71 2010-11 2000-01 1982-83 1994-95 1989-90 1929-30 1978-79 1977-78 2001-02 2008-09 2000-01

Won Tennessee.......................0 Tennessee Tech...............1 TX A&M-Corpus Christi...2 Texas-El Paso.................0 Thiel.............................11 Tiffin...............................2 Toledo.............................3 Towson State..................3 Tulsa...............................1 U.S. International...........2 UAB................................0 UIC...............................36 Urbana...........................1 Utah Valley State............2 Utica...............................4 Valparaiso....................28 Vanderbilt.......................0 Vermont..........................2 Virginia...........................0 Virginia Commonwealth.2 Virgina Military Institute.1 Wagner...........................0 Walsh.............................6

Lost 1 2 0 1 12 0 6 0 1 1 2 32 - 1 1 9 1 0 1 0 2 1 1

Series Began 1981-82 1973-74 2000-01 1988-89 1934-35 1981-82 1936-37 1979-80 1997-98 1980-81 1997-98 1981-82 2010-11 2003-04 1981-82 1979-80 1994-95 2000-01 2009-10 1986-87 1977-78 1988-89 1963-64

Last Meeting 1981-82 1976-77 2000-01 1988-89 1965-66 1989-90 2009-10 1982-83 1998-99 1982-83 1998-99 2010-11 2010-11 2005-06 1985-86 2010-11 1994-95 2001-02 2009-10 1987-88 1979-80 1988-89 1969-70

Won Wake Forest....................1 Washington & Jefferson.. 0 Wayne State..................10 Washington....................0 West Virginia..................0 West Virginia Tech..........2 Western Illinois.............17 Western Michigan...........1 Western Reserve.............9 Westminster...................1 Wichita State..................2 Wilberforce.....................3 Wilcox.............................1 Wilmington.....................1 Winthrop.........................1 Wisconsin.......................0 UW-Oshkosh...................1 Wooster...........................2 Wright State.................28 Xavier (OH).....................8 Y Commerce...................1 Yale................................1 Youngstown State.........39

Lost 0 4 6 1 5 0 7 3 29 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 27 5 0 0 36

Series Began 2008-09 1956-57 1966-67 2008-09 1976-77 2006-07 1971-72 1970-71 1930-31 1969-70 1971-72 1978-79 1929-30 2009-10 2000-01 1979-80 1970-71 1933-34 1971-72 1970-71 1929-30 2000-01 1930-31

Last Meeting 2008-09 1960-61 1978-79 2008-09 2010-11 2010-11 1993-94 1973-74 1966-67 1969-70 2009-10 2009-10 1929-30 2009-10 2000-01 1979-80 1970-71 1969-70 2010-11 1994-95 1929-30 2000-01 2010-11

Seri e s S c or e s w i t h 2 0 1 0 - 1 1 Foes AKRON

UA Leads, 34-30

1932-33 1933-34 1937-38 1938-39 1946-47 1948-49 1951-52 1952-53 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

H H H A A N A A A H A A H H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A H H A A H H A H A

12.-34.....Akron 22.-38.....Akron 35.-51.....Akron 34.-49.....Akron 35.-71.....Akron 49.-83.....Akron 50.-69.....Akron 51.-80.....Akron 54.-63.....Akron 60.-57...... CSU 64.-70.....Akron 69.-78.....Akron 60.-78.....Akron 75.-95.....Akron 77.-94.....Akron 64.-58...... CSU 56.-86.....Akron 46.-58.....Akron 76.-86.....Akron 59.-84.....Akron 78.-92.....Akron 65.-59...... CSU 68.-66...... CSU 61.-77.....Akron 62.-50...... CSU 71.-70...... CSU 81.-82.....Akron 77.-62...... CSU 91.-75...... CSU 93.-84...... CSU 83.-69...... CSU 87.-65...... CSU 89.-63...... CSU 81.-65...... CSU 78.-68...... CSU 88.-69...... CSU 71.-75.....Akron

1982-83 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2010-11

A H A H H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A

66.-70.....Akron 83.-82...... CSU 52.-50...... CSU 76.-58...... CSU 88.-76...... CSU 69.-73.....Akron 80.-73...... CSU 78.-77...... CSU 83.-66...... CSU 68.-66...... CSU 60.-64.....Akron 67.-71.....Akron 81.-58...... CSU 80.-77...... CSU 57.-66.....Akron 52.-77.....Akron 71.-63...... CSU 78.-67...... CSU 59.-84.....Akron 72.-79.....Akron 80.-82.....Akron 79.-66...... CSU 68.-65...... CSU 59.-61....Akron 75.-79....Akron 50.-62....Akron 64.-51...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 18, UA 14 Bedford HS: CSU 1, UA 0 Cleveland Arena: CSU 0, UA 1 Public Hall: CSU 4, UA 4 Tri-C: CSU 0, UA 1 Wolstein Center: CSU 3, UA 5 Woodling Gym: CSU 10, UA 0 Cleve. (Unknown): CSU 0, UA 3 In Akron: CSU 12, UA 20

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BU leads, 2-1

1982-83 A 74.-89......... BU 2002-03 H 70.-56....... CSU 2003-04 A 62.-64......... BU In Cleveland: CSU 1, BU 0 Wolstein Center: CSU 1, BU 0 In Boston: BU 2, CSU 0

BUTLER

Butler Leads, 30-7

1974-75 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

A H A H H A H A A H H A A H H A A H A H H A H A A H H

75.-80........ BU 78.-81........ BU 56.-71........ BU 68.-76........ BU 60.-79........ BU 47.-84........ BU 67.-62...... CSU 44.-58........ BU 62.-78........ BU 73.-62...... CSU 53.-45...... CSU 54.-81........ BU 52.-65........ BU 56.-59........ BU 45.-62........ BU 45.-70........ BU 57.-73........ BU 75.-79........ BU 43.-61........ BU 56.-57........ BU 77.-57...... CSU 65.-56...... CSU 51.-55........ BU 49.-78........ BU 45.-70........ BU 50.-92........ BU 56.-52...... CSU

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DETROIT

Detroit Leads, 35-15

1935-36 1970-71 1971-72 1973-74 1975-76 1976-77 1982-83 1983-84 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

H A A A H A H A H A H H A H A N A H H A N A

26.-40..... UDM 22.-38..... UDM 70.-85..... UDM 54.-100... UDM 79.-83..... UDM 72.-104... UDM 66.-78..... UDM 63.-65..... UDM 63.-56...... CSU 56.-70..... UDM 66.-80..... UDM 48.-47...... CSU 74.-103... UDM 72.-80..... UDM 60.-68..... UDM 67.-63...... CSU 70.-84..... UDM 60.-57...... CSU 58.-73..... UDM 66.-78..... UDM 65.-80..... UDM 68.-71..... UDM

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

H H A N A H H H A H A A H A H A A H A A H A H H A H H A

81.-69...... CSU 69.-67...... CSU 63.-75..... UDM 81.-91..... UDM 50.-53..... UDM 62.-72..... UDM 63.-67..... UDM 51.-70..... UDM 55.-72..... UDM 53.-75..... UDM 55.-77..... UDM 36.-62..... UDM 69.-62...... CSU 54.-65..... UDM 59.-53...... CSU 73.-84..... UDM 58.-92..... UDM 63.-61...... CSU 48.-60..... UDM 74.-64...... CSU 60.-56...... CSU 53.-44...... CSU 66.-49...... CSU 56.-43...... CSU 62.-69..... UDM 54.-65..... UDM 81.-69...... CSU 78.-81..... UDM

In Cleveland: CSU 12, UDM 11 Public Hall: CSU 1, UDM 2 Wolstein Center: CSU 10, UDM 8 Woodling Gym: CSU 0, UDM 1 In Detroit: CSU 2, UDM 22 Neutral: CSU 1, UDM 2

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Green Bay Leads, 36-26

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

A 49.-46...... CSU H 74.-66...... CSU A 66.-67........ GB H 85.-68...... CSU H 82.-66...... CSU A 73.-68...... CSU H 85.-67...... CSU A 76.-59...... CSU H 103.-64...... CSU A 57.-62........ GB H 75.-50...... CSU H 74.-68...... CSU A 74.-86........ GB A 75.-73...... CSU H 91.-85...... CSU H 83.-91........ GB A 76.-86........ GB H 64.-72........ GB A 62.-73........ GB H 56.-67........ GB A 53.-92........ GB H 81.-66...... CSU A 63.-61...... CSU H 56.-78........ GB A 62.-83........ GB N 63.-93........ GB A 58.-70........ GB A 57.-71........ GB H 48.-74........ GB A 56.-72........ GB H 57.-48...... CSU A 63.-75........ GB H 39.-66........ GB A 53.-82........ GB A 57.-60........ GB H 67.-71........ GB A 72.-59...... CSU H 57.-60........ GB H 76.-72...... CSU A 63.-60...... CSU A 50.-61........ GB H 66.-74........ GB H 66.-55...... CSU A 56.-89........ GB A 69.-70........ GB H 58.-60........ GB A 76.-81........ GB H 62.-69........ GB A 66.-63...... CSU H 72.-76........ GB A 53.-65........ GB H 66.-79........ GB A 59.-78........ GB A 50.-59........ GB H 81.-64...... CSU A 65.-80........ GB H 83.-75...... CSU N 73.-67...... CSU H 64.-50...... CSU A 57.-74........ GB A 83.-75...... CSU H 64.-57...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 16, GB 13 Public Hall: CSU 1, GB 0 Wolstein Center: CSU 8, GB 12

Woodling Gym: CSU 7, GB 1 In Green Bay: CSU 9, GB 22 Neutral: CSU 1, GB 1

HOFSTRA

First Meeting

KENT STATE

Kent State Leads, 26-18

1932-33 1934-35 1935-36 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1997-98 1998-99 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2010-11

H 33.-29...... CSU A 28.-31...... KSU A 22.-27...... KSU H 22.-34...... KSU A 29.-48...... KSU A 34.-32...... CSU H 25.-65...... KSU A 27.-59...... KSU H 31.-46...... KSU A 64.-82...... KSU A 70.-91...... KSU H 59.-63...... KSU A 67.-70...... KSU H 75.-64...... CSU A 81.-65...... CSU A 75.-77...... KSU H 76.-79...... KSU A 72.-70...... CSU H 78.-68...... CSU A 89.-91...... KSU H 70.-74...... KSU A 69.-79...... KSU H 79.-78...... CSU H 101.-76...... CSU A 75.-55...... CSU H 73.-66...... CSU A 78.-86...... KSU H 70.-73...... KSU A 67.-83...... KSU H 52.-49...... CSU A 81.-64...... CSU H 104.-101.... CSU A 84.-70...... CSU A 75.-74...... CSU H 57.-59...... KSU N 62.-66...... KSU H 68.-91...... KSU A 66.-116.... KSU H 68.-71...... KSU A 68.-83...... KSU H 66.-59...... KSU A 69.-84...... KSU H 67.-41...... CSU H 69.-66...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 11, KSU 10 Public Hall: CSU 1, KSU 3 Wolstein Center: CSU 5, KSU 3 Woodling Gym: CSU 4, KSU 1 In Kent: CSU 7, KSU 15 Neutral: CSU 0, KSU 1

LOYOLA

Loyola Leads, 22-17

1973-74 1974-75 1980-81 1994-95 1995-96

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73.-94...... LUC 76.-73...... CSU 77.-78...... LUC 73.-75...... LUC 71.-81...... LUC 58.-100.... LUC

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 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

H A A H H A N A H H A A H A H A H A A H H A A H H A H A H A H H A

66.-68...... LUC 61.-72...... LUC 68.-75...... LUC 75.-65...... CSU 79.-77...... CSU 58.-60...... LUC 65.-59...... CSU 70.-68...... CSU 69.-60...... CSU 73.-70...... CSU 80.-77...... CSU 63.-87...... LUC 81.-60...... CSU 65.-77...... LUC 72.-77...... LUC 57.-69...... LUC 83.-90...... LUC 59.-70...... LUC 55.-70...... LUC 63.-67...... LUC 60.-77...... LUC 75.-81...... LUC 55.-66...... LUC 57.-61...... LUC 63.-55...... CSU 53.-65...... LUC 76.-50...... CSU 83.-70...... CSU 62.-57...... CSU 59.-56...... CSU 80.-66...... CSU 73.-55...... CSU 81.-70...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 11, LUC 9 Public Hall: CSU 1, LUC 0 Wolstein Center: CSU 10, LUC 8 Woodling Gym: CSU 0, LUC 1 In Chicago: CSU 5, LUC 13 Neutral: CSU 1, LUC 0

MILWAUKEE

Milwaukee Leads, 21-15

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

H 84.-60...... CSU A 97.-75...... CSU A 87.-64...... CSU A 55.-73.....UWM H 84.-97.....UWM A 74.-67...... CSU H 56.-54...... CSU H 70.-47...... CSU A 78.-81.....UWM H 72.-68...... CSU A 75.-64...... CSU A 109.-105.... CSU H 67.-70.....UWM H 57.-34...... CSU A 68.-86.....UWM A 69.-78.....UWM H 69.-67...... CSU H 58.-70.....UWM A 69.-86.....UWM H 64.-78.....UWM A 63.-88.....UWM A 65.-85.....UWM H 59.-81.....UWM A 68.-75.....UWM H 57.-86.....UWM H 48.-60.....UWM

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A A H A H H A N A H

56.-57.....UWM 71.-79.....UWM 74.-64...... CSU 75.-77.....UWM 70.-61...... CSU 73.-72...... CSU 59.-69.....UWM 75.-82.....UWM 82.-59...... CSU 83.-87.....UWM

In Cleveland: CSU 9, UWM 8 Wolstein Center: CSU 9, UWM 8 In Milwaukee: CSU 6, UWM 12 Neutral: CSU 0, UWM 1

RHODE ISLAND CSU Leads, 28-9

1998-99 N 73.-72...... CSU 1999-00 N 69.-73....... URI In Cleveland: CSU 1, URI 0 Quicken Loans Arean: CSU 1, URI 0 Neutral: URI 1, CSU 0

RIO GRANDE

CSU leads, 1-0

1932-33 H 40.-35....... CSU In Cleveland: CSU 1, RG 0

ROBERT MORRIS RMU Leads, 6-4

1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 2009-10 2010-11

H A H A H A H A H H H

73.-74..... RMU 56.-67..... RMU 82.-54...... CSU 71.-73..... RMU 75.-66...... CSU 75.-66...... CSU 64.-48...... CSU 63.-64..... RMU 69.-73..... RMU 70.-78..... RMU 58.-53...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 4, RMU 3 Wolstein Center: CSU 1, RMU 1 Woodling Gym: CSU 3, RMU 1 Public Hall: CSU 0, RMU 1 In Moon Township: CSU 1, RMU 3

ST. BONAVENTURE SBU Leads, 6-1

1975-76 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2009-10 2010-11

A A H H A A H

80.-114.... SBU 69.-71...... SBU 61.-64...... SBU 64.-79...... SBU 67.-81...... SBU 62.-72...... SBU 69.-51...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 1, SBU 2 Wolstein Center: CSU 1, SBU 2 In Olean: CSU 0, SBU 4

SAM HOUSTON STATE CSU Leads, 2-0

2009-10 H 80.-65...... CSU 2010-11 A 74.-62...... CSU In Cleveland: CSU 1, SHSU 0 Wolstein Center: CSU 1, SHSU 0 In Huntsville: CSU 1, SHSU 0

SOUTH FLORIDA CSU Leads, 3-1

1998-99 1999-00 2007-08 2010-11

H A A H

69.-67...... CSU 81.-86.......USF 73.-79...... CSU 69.-62...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 2, USF 0 Wolstein Center: CSU 2, USF 0 In Tampa: CSU 1, USF 1

TOLEDO

Toledo leads, 6-3

1936-37 1971-72 1972-73 1987-88 1988-89 1996-97 1995-96 2008-09 2009-10

A A A A H A H N H

30.-54..........UT 66.-99..........UT 78.-90..........UT 76.-85..........UT 84.-77....... CSU 50.-75..........UT 44.-71..........UT 77.-56....... CSU 87.-63....... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 1, UT 1 Wolstein Center: CSU 2, UT 0 Woodling Gym: CSU 1, UT 0 In Toledo: UT 5, CSU 0 Neutral: CSU 1, UT 0

UIC

CSU Leads, 37-32

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

H 78.-76...... CSU A 75.-70...... CSU H 81.-83....... UIC A 66.-75....... UIC A 102.-108..... UIC H 75.-84....... UIC H 72.-75....... UIC A 90.-72...... CSU A 101.-77...... CSU H 113.-75...... CSU N 100.-84...... CSU H 89.-100..... UIC A 108.-85...... CSU N 94.-78...... CSU A 90.-73...... CSU H 89.-69...... CSU H 91.-83...... CSU A 83.-80...... CSU A 72.-75....... UIC H 91.-79...... CSU H 58.-56...... CSU A 76.-94....... UIC A 65.-79....... UIC H 67.-72....... UIC H 59.-83....... UIC A 86.-73...... CSU H 67.-64...... CSU N 68.-96....... UIC A 74.-103..... UIC

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66.-65...... CSU 72.-87....... UIC 83.-69...... CSU 69.-73....... UIC 60.-92....... UIC 67.-75....... UIC 42.-64....... UIC 67.-83....... UIC 72.-96....... UIC 77.-89....... UIC 59.-56...... CSU 91.-89...... CSU 85.-73...... CSU 54.-70....... UIC 71.-62...... CSU 65.-64...... CSU 62.-61...... CSU 83.-69...... CSU 76.-70...... CSU 63.-69....... UIC 74.-87....... UIC 68.-83....... UIC 56.-67....... UIC 57.-74....... UIC 66.-73....... UIC 65.-84....... UIC 87.-83...... CSU 67.-72....... UIC 62.-72....... UIC 60.-55...... CSU 68.-51...... CSU 68.-74....... UIC 79.-69...... CSU 66.-63...... CSU 67.-64...... CSU 70.-63...... CSU 74.-63...... CSU 83.-59...... CSU 63.-49...... CSU 73.-61...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 17, UIC 14 Public Hall: CSU 1, UIC 2 Wolstein Center: CSU 11, UIC 10 Woodling Gym: CSU 5, UIC 2 In Chicago: CSU 17, UIC 16 Neutral: CSU 3, UIC 2

VALPARAISO

CSU Leads, 28-9

1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90

H 85.-67...... CSU A 74.-53...... CSU A 76.-72...... CSU H 99.-78...... CSU A 64.-75.... Valpo H 59.-64.... Valpo H 49.-52.... Valpo A 93.-89...... CSU A 104.-73...... CSU H 105.-87...... CSU H 91.-66...... CSU A 72.-50...... CSU A 78.-67...... CSU H 100.-82...... CSU H 91.-72...... CSU A 80.-66...... CSU A 88.-91.... Valpo H 107.-86...... CSU H 79.-65...... CSU

1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

A A H A H A H A H H A N H A A H A H

85.-72...... CSU 70.-57...... CSU 51.-49...... CSU 66.-67.... Valpo 77.-62...... CSU 75.-73...... CSU 85.-81...... CSU 74.-87.... Valpo 76.-83.... Valpo 69.-63...... CSU 71.-58...... CSU 78.-73...... CSU 66.-42...... CSU 71.-64...... CSU 71.-78.... Valpo 80.-71...... CSU 58.-64.... Valpo 76.-65...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 15, Valpo 3 Public Hall: CSU 0, Valpo 2 Wolstein Center: CSU 5, Valpo 1 Woodling Gym: CSU 9, Valpo 0 In Valparaiso: CSU 11, Valpo 6 Neutral: CSU 1, Valpo 0

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

A H A H A A H H A H A A H A H A H H A N

72.-87......WSU 55.-52...... CSU 63.-76......WSU 73.-78......WSU 56.-72......WSU 57.-73......WSU 67.-53...... CSU 55.-58......WSU 63.-56...... CSU 67.-78......WSU 55.-68......WSU 65.-63...... CSU 49.-55......WSU 62.-71......WSU 59.-50...... CSU 64.-73......WSU 68.-63...... CSU 65.-46...... CSU 74.-72...... CSU 73.-59...... CSU

VANDERBILT

In Cleveland: CSU 17, WSU 10 Public Hall: CSU 1, WSU 1 Wolstein Center: CSU 14, WSU 7 Woodling Gym: CSU 2, WSU 2 In Fairborn: CSU 9, WSU 17 Neutral: CSU 2, WSU 0

1994-95 N 64.-93.......VAN

YOUNGSTOWN STATE

Vaderbilt leads, 1-0

Neutral: Vandy 1, CSU 0

WRIGHT STATE

CSU Leads, 28-27

1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

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75.-65...... CSU 48.-52......WSU 45.-69......WSU 53.-58......WSU 75.-60...... CSU 73.-75......WSU 62.-76......WSU 56.-77......WSU 74.-67...... CSU 77.-62...... CSU 64.-78......WSU 99.-92...... CSU 55.-52...... CSU 85.-67...... CSU 99.-91...... CSU 91.-85...... CSU 84.-77...... CSU 68.-69......WSU 70.-67...... CSU 74.-82......WSU 60.-78......WSU 81.-88......WSU 83.-68...... CSU 54.-65......WSU 79.-76...... CSU 74.-71...... CSU 85.-67...... CSU 71.-67...... CSU 74.-89......WSU 87.-64...... CSU 69.-55...... CSU 88.-91......WSU 58.-67......WSU 77.-60...... CSU 64.-68......WSU

1982-83 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1995-96 1996-97 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

H 57.-65...... YSU A 77.-99...... YSU A 63.-70...... YSU H 101.-69...... CSU A 87.-73...... CSU H 103.-75...... CSU A 97.-90...... CSU H 83.-67...... CSU A 91.-87...... CSU H 93.-70...... CSU H 88.-48...... CSU A 96.-78...... CSU A 64.-67...... YSU H 77.-72...... CSU A 49.-59...... YSU H 69.-61...... CSU H 71.-58...... CSU A 58.-48...... CSU A 55.-57...... YSU H 86.-76...... CSU A 82.-86...... YSU H 59.-61...... YSU H 78.-62...... CSU A 78.-77...... CSU A 63.-50...... CSU H 63.-68...... YSU A 63.-68...... YSU H 68.-55...... CSU H 77.-54...... CSU

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

A A H A H A H

65.-58...... CSU 60.-64...... YSU 58.-54...... CSU 70.-48...... CSU 77.-69...... CSU 61.-51...... CSU 86.-76...... CSU

In Cleveland: CSU 24, YSU 13 Cleveland Arena: CSU 0, YSU 1 Public Hall: CSU 1, YSU 3 Tri-C: CSU 0, YSU 1 Wolstein Center: CSU 12, YSU 2 Woodling Gym: CSU 8, YSU 1 Cleve. (Unknown): CSU 3, YSU 5 In Youngstown: CSU 14, YSU 24

CSU Leads, 39-36

1930-31 1931-32 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1947-48 1948-49 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

H A H A H A H A H A A H H A A H A H A A H H A H A A H A H A H A H A H H A A H

35.-18...... CSU 32.-34...... YSU 21.-20...... CSU 16.-20...... YSU 23.-37...... YSU 42.-32...... CSU 28.-23...... CSU 27.-34...... YSU 43.-54...... YSU 44.-51...... YSU 56.-61...... YSU 58.-75...... YSU 48.-74...... YSU 39.-76...... YSU 39.-72...... YSU 55.-104.... YSU 74.-102.... YSU 66.-69...... YSU 68.-73...... YSU 48.-67...... YSU 68.-78...... YSU 55.-76...... YSU 65.-79...... YSU 69.-80...... YSU 62.-79...... YSU 71.-53...... CSU 72.-66...... CSU 81.-84...... YSU 99.-93...... CSU 93.-89...... CSU 88.-86...... CSU 65.-90...... YSU 57.-56...... CSU 74.-70...... CSU 72.-77...... YSU 94.-63...... CSU 59.-56...... CSU 55.-67...... YSU 91.-71...... CSU

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CSU in BracketBusters Play CSU Record: 4-4 Rematch: 3-4 2003-04 Feb. 21, 2004; Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Michigan 87, CSU 66 2004-05 Feb. 19, 2005; Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Central Michigan 79, CSU 70 Rematch: Eastern Mich. 89, CSU 76 (12/23/04) 2005-06 Feb. 18, 2006; Cleveland, Ohio CSU 52, Delaware 40 Rematch: CSU 56, Central Mich. 43 (11/30/05) 2006-07 Feb. 17, 2007; Northridge, Calif. CSU 85, Cal State Northridge 76 Rematch: CSU 59, Delaware 53 (11/26/06) 2007-08 Feb. 23, 2008; Cleveland, Ohio CSU 59, Marist 44 Rematch: Cal State North. 78, CSU 68 (11/28/07) 2008-09 Feb. 21, 2009; Wichta, Kansas Wichita State 70, CSU 59 Rematch: CSU 66, Marist 47 (12/13/08) 2009-10 Feb. 20, 2010; Cleveland, Ohio CSU 87, Toledo 63 Rematch: Wichita State 69, CSU 54 (11/28/09) 2010-11 Feb. 20, 2011; Norfolk, Va. Old Dominion 74, CSU 63 Rematch: CSU to play Toledo on Dec. 28, 2011 2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2011-12 Vikings AKRON

2011-12 Schedule

Sat., Dec. 10 — 2:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio

Zips Roster Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown LOCATION: Akron, Ohio ENROLLMENT: 27,911 NICKNAME: Zips COLORS: Blue & Gold CONFERENCE: Mid-American Conference ARENA: Rhodes Arena (5,500) PRESIDENT: Dr. Luis M. Proenza ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Tom Wistrcill HEAD COACH: Keith Dambrot (Akron, ‘82) At Akron: 162-75 (7 years) Overall: 270-145 (13) STAFF: Rick McFadden, Charles Thomas, Terry Weigand 2010-11 RECORD: 23-13, 9-7 MAC (3rd) SID: Dallas Moyer Office: 330-972-6292 Cell: 330-571-4145 Fax: 330-374-8844 Arena: 330-374-8771 E-Mail: dm60@uakron.edu WEB SITE: www.gozips.com

5 Brett McClanahan 11 Alex Abreu 12 Kyle Petersen 13 Nikola Cvetinovic 15 C.J. Oldham 22 Quincy Diggs 33 Josh Egner 44 Zeke Marshall

Newcomers

1 Demetrius Treadwell 2 Brian Walsh 4 Adedeji Ibatayo 10 Nick Harney 14 Blake Justice 23 Chauncy Gilliam 32 Michael Green

G G G F F F F C

6-4 5-10 6-4 6-8 6-5 6-6 6-7 7-0

215 175 190 230 190 210 215 235

Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr.

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. F G G F G F F

6-7 6-4 6-3 6-7 6-3 6-5 6-6

225 195 205 210 195 195 200

So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr.

10.0 6.6 0.0 11.7 0.0 5.3 1.7 8.5

3.6 3.6* 0.3 6.9 0.4 2.8 1.2 4.9

Nitro, W. Va. Bayamon, P.R. Naples, Fla. Loznica, Serbia Solon, Ohio Wichita, Kan. Massillon, Ohio McKeesport, Pa.

Hometown (Previous School)

Euclid, Ohio (Euclid) Coraopolis, Pa. (Xavier) Country Club Hills, Ill. (Rich Central High) Cleveland, Ohio (Benedictine) Peebles, Ohio (Peebles) Columbia, Md. (UMBC) Dublin, Ohio (Dublin Coffman)

Nov. 3 9 12 18 20 26 28 Dec. 4 10 15 17 19 21 29 Jan. 1 7 11 14 18 21 24 28 Feb. 1 4 8 11 15 18 22 25 29 Mar. 2/3

BOSTON UNIVERSI TY

2011-12 Schedule

Fri., Nov. 25 — 2:30 p.m. EST — Kingston, R.I. Tickets City Legends Classic

Terriers Roster LOCATION: Boston, Massachusetts ENROLLMENT: 16,562 NICKNAME: Terriers COLORS: Scarlet & White CONFERENCE: America East ARENA: Agganis Arena (7,200) PRESIDENT: Robert A. Brown ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Mike Lynch HEAD COACH: Joe Jones (SUNY Oswego, ‘87) At Boston University: 0-0(First Year) Overall: N/A STAFF: Curtis Wilson, Carmen Maciarello, Shaun Morris 2010-11 RECORD: 21-14, 12-4 AEC (2nd) SID: Scott Ellis Office: 617-353-2163 Cell: N/A Fax: 617-353-5286 Arena: N/A E-Mail: msellis@bu.edu WEB SITE: www.goterriers.com

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 1 Darryl Partin 2 Matt Griffin 5 Mike Terry Jr. 13 D.J. Irving 15 Dom Morris 21 Jake O’Brien 24 Travis Robinson 25 Patrick Hazel 32 Jeff Pelage 43 Chris Kurz

G 6-6 190 Sr. G 5-10 180 Sr. G 6-0 180 So. G 6-0 165 So. F 6-7 240 So. F 6-8 220 Sr. F 6-5 190 So. F 6-6 220 Sr. F/C 6-8 240 Sr. F 6-8 210 Sr.

14.3 6.4 0.9 8.0 5.7 11.6 1.1 4.6 2.1 0.0

Newcomers

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.

Hometown (Previous School)

3 Zach Chionuma 14 Matt Piotrowski 23 James Kennedy 31 Malik Thomas

G C F G/F

6-5 7-1 6-6 6-7

190 265 225 190

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

5.8 2.6 1.5 3.6* 4.6 5.8 1.2 5.8 3.6 0.2

Seattle, Wash. Narberth, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Chester, Pa. Newark, Del. Weymouth, Mass. Philadelphia, Pa. Jamaica, N.Y. Pompano Beach, Fla. Philadelphia, Pa.

Jamesville, N.Y. (Marianapolis Prep) Port Republic, N.J. (Atlantic Christian) Boston, Mass. (Cushing Academy) Harlem, N.Y. (Frederick Douglass)

BUTLER

Bulldogs Roster

2011-12 Men’s Basketball

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 4 Erik Fromm 5 Ronald Nored 20 Chrishawn Hopkins 23 Khyle Marshall 30 Emerson Kampen 32 Garrett Butcher 33 Chase Stigall 44 Andrew Smith

Newcomers

0 Andy Smeathers 3 Alex Barlow 11 Jackson Aldridge 21 Roosevelt Jones 22 Elliot Kampen 31 Kameron Woods

Nov. 11 13 20 25 26 27 30 Dec. 3 7 10 13 22 29 31 Jan. 5 8 11 14 16 19 22 24 27 Feb. 1 4 6 9 15 22 25

NORTHEASTERN at Texas at Cornell vs. Cleveland State at Rhode Island vs. Hofstra DELAWARE at Boston College at Saint Joseph’s HARVARD at Villanova BUCKNELL at La Salle at Quinnipiac at Vermont BINGHAMTON at Maine STONY BROOK ALBANY at New Hampshire at Hartford UMBC at Stony Brook VERMONT at Binghamton at Albany MAINE NEW HAMPSHIRE at UMBC HARTFORD

Nov. 2 5 12 15 19 21 23 27 29 Dec. 3 7 10 17 20 22 29 31 Jan. 6 8 13 15 19 21 26 28 Feb. 2 4 9 11 14 18 21 24

NORTHERN STATE (Exh.) FRANKLIN (Exh.) at Evansville CHATANOOGA LOUISVILLE SAVANNAH STATE GARDNER-WEBB at Indiana OAKLAND CITY VALPARAISO XAVIER at Ball State vs. Purdue at Gonzaga at Stanford GREEN BAY MILWAUKEE at Wright State at Detroit CLEVELAND STATE YOUNGSTOWN STATE at UIC at Loyola at Milwaukee at Green Bay WRIGHT STATE DETROIT at Youngstown State at Cleveland State LOYOLA ESPNU BRACKETBUSTERS UIC at Valparaiso

2011-12 Schedule

Fri., Jan. 13 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Indianapolis, Ind. Sat., Feb. 11 — 11:00 a.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio

LOCATION: Indianapolis, Indiana ENROLLMENT: 4,200 NICKNAME: Bulldogs COLORS: Blue & White CONFERENCE: Horizon League ARENA: Hinkle Fieldhouse (10,000) PRESIDENT: James M. Danko ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Barry Collier HEAD COACH: Brad Stevens (DePauw, ‘99) At Butler: 117-25 (4 years) Overall: 117-25 (4) STAFF: Matthew Graves, Terry Johnson, Michael Lewis 2010-11 RECORD: 38-10, 13-5 HL (T-1st) SID: Jim McGrath Office: 317-940-9414 Cell: 317-491-5461 Fax: 317-940-9808 Arena: 317-940-9817 E-Mail: jmcgrath@butler.edu WEB SITE: www.butlersports.com

JOHN CARROLL (Exh.) at Mississippi State HIRAM at Valparaiso vs. Duquesne DETROIT at West Virginia at Middle Tennessee at Cleveland State ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF FLORIDA A&M YOUNGSTOWN STATE NORTH CAROLINA A&T VCU at Marshall at Miami (Ohio) at Bowling Green OHIO at Buffalo KENT STATE at Ball State at Central Michigan TOLEDO EASTERN MICHIGAN at Western Michigan NORTHERN ILLINOIS MIAMI (OHIO) at ESPNU Bracketbusters BOWLING GREEN at Ohio BUFFALO at Kent State

F G G F C F G C

6-8 6-0 6-1 6-6 6-8 6-6 6-3 6-11

220 177 161 212 208 223 197 240

So. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. G-F 6-6 173 Fr. G 5-11 187 Fr. G 6-1 180 Fr. F 6-4 222 Fr. G 6-5 188 Fr. F 6-8 191 Fr.

0.8 5.0 1.5 5.8 0.0 1.5 3.9 8.5

0.5 3.2 0.5 3.8 0.1 1.3 1.7 5.6

Bloomington, Ill. Homewood, Ala. Indianapolis, Ind. Davie, Fla. Yorktown, Ind. Ellettsville, Ind. New Castle, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind.

Hometown (Previous School)

Bargersville, Ind. (Center Grove) Springboro, Ohio (Moeller) Sydney, Australia (Institue of Sport) O’Fallon, Ill. (O’Fallon) Muncie, Ind. (Yorktown) Louisville, Ky. (Eastern)

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2011-12 Vikings DETROIT

2011-12 Schedule

Sat., Dec. 3 — 2:00 p.m. EST — Detroit, Mich. Thurs., Feb. 23 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio

Titans Roster LOCATION: Detroit, Michigan ENROLLMENT: 5,700 NICKNAME: Titans COLORS: Red, White & Blue CONFERENCE: Horizon League ARENA: Calihan Hall (8,295) PRESIDENT: Dr. Antoine Garibaldi ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Keri Gaither HEAD COACH: Ray McCallum (Ball State, ‘83) At Detroit: 44-53 (3 years) Overall: 214-202 (14) STAFF: Carlos Briggs, Jay Smith, Derek Thomas 2010-11 RECORD: 17-16, 10-8 HL (T-5th) SID: Mitch Wigness Office: 313-993-1745 Cell: 313-575-1875 Fax: 313-993-1765 Arena: 313-993-1750 E-Mail: mitch.wigness@udmercy.edu WEB SITE: www.DetroitTitans.com

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 1 Chase Simon 2 Chris Blake 3 Ray McCallum 5 Donavan Foster 10 Jason Calliste 20 LaMarcus Lowe 24 John Hoskins 32 Eli Holman 33 Evan Bruinsma 34 Nick Minnerath

G G G G G F/C F F/C F F

Newcomers

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.

11 P.J. Boutte 13 Brandon Romain 23 Doug Anderson 25 Juwan Howard, Jr.

G G F F

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

200 200 180 160 165 200 210 255 190 230 150 180 220 210

Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

Fr. Jr. Jr. So.

14.0 10.9 13.5 4.9 8.6 4.1 0.7 11.8 1.2 11.2

5.1 2.9 4.9 * 1.9 2.4 3.6 0.6 9.6 1.3 4.8

Detroit, Mich. Mobile, Ala. Beverly Hills, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Scarborough, Ont. Flint, Mich. Warren, Mich. Richmond, Calif. New Era, Mich. Truro, Mass.

Hometown (Previous School)

Indianapolis, Ind. (TC Howe) Brooklyn, N.Y. (Westchester C.C.) Kalamazoo, Mich. (Mott C.C.) Detroit, Mich (Western Michigan)

GREEN BAY

Phoenix Roster Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 4 Steve Baker G 6-2 190 Sr. 6.5 4.2 St. Paul, Minn. 5 Eric Valentin 11 Jarvis Williams 13 Kam Cerroni 21 Alec Brown 22 Daniel Turner 55 Clayton Heuer

Newcomers

2 Terry Johnson 3 Aaron Armstead 10 Josh Humphrey 15 Greg Mays 24 Keifer Sykes 32 Jared Dimakos 44 Brennan Cougill

G F G C F F

6-3 6-6 6-2 7-1 6-6 6-9

180 190 185 215 210 225

Sr. Sr. So. So. So. So.

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. G G G F G G C

6-0 6-4 6-5 6-9 5-10 6-4 6-9

180 181 193 220 161 195 265

So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

1.2 8.4 1.7 10.2 6.6 1.7

0.6 5.2 0.6 5.6 5.8 0.7

Oviedo, Fla. Milwaukee, Wis. Sussex, Wis. Winona, Minn. McCordsville, Ind. Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.

Hometown (Previous School)

Chicago, Ill. (North Lawndale College Prep) Chicago, Ill. (Hales Franciscan) Chicago, Ill (Crete-Monee) Chicago, Ill. (Crete-Monee) Chicago, Ill. (Marshall) Schaumburg, Ill. (Lake Forest Acad.) Sioux City, Iowa (Kirkwood C.C.)

HOFSTRA

Pride Roster

128 C levela n d State U n i ver s i ty

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 1 Nathaniel Lester 4 Matt Grogan 5 David Imes 11 Dwan McMillan 15 Shemiye McLendon 23 Mike Moore 24 Stephen Nwaukoni

F G F G G G F

6-5 6-5 6-7 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-8

210 195 215 180 195 200 230

Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So.

8.0 0.6 7.6 6.8 6.1 14.9 2.0

4.8 # 0.2 6.8 1.7 * 2.3 5.4 3.3

Brooklyn, N.Y. Middle Village, N.Y. Brooklyn, N.Y. Brooklyn, N.Y. Vero Beach, Fla. New Haven, Conn. Queens, N.Y.

# - 2009-10 stats

Newcomers

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

4 11 13 16 19 21 25 1 3 7 10 13 22 29 31 7 12 14 20 22 26 28 4 10 12 14 18 21 23 25

LAWRENCE (Exh.) UNIVERSITY OF MARY at Duquesne at North Dakota State WYOMING at Indiana State at Virginia UIC LOYOLA at Wisconsin at Marquette MICHIGAN TECH IDAHO at Butler at Valparaiso at Milwaukee DETROIT WRIGHT STATE at Cleveland State at Youngstown State VALPARAISO BUTLER MILWAUKEE at Wright State at Detroit YOUNGSTOWN STATE ESPNU BRACKETBUSTERS CLEVELAND STATE at Loyola at UIC

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

5 11 16 19 22 25 26 27 3 6 10 17 22 29 2 4 7 11 14 18 21 23 25 28 1 4 8 11 14 18 22 25

QUEENS COLLEGE (Exh.) LONG ISLAND at Oregan State ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.) FLORIDA ATLANTIC at Rhode Island vs. Cleveland State vs. Boston JAMES MADISON at Wagner College MANHATTAN COLLEGE BINGHAMTON COLGATE IONA VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH at Delaware at UNC Wilmington NORTHEASTERN at Old Dominion DREXEL at James Madison at Virginia Commonwealth GEORGE MASON at Northeastern TOWSON GEORGIA STATE at George Mason at Drexel DELAWARE ESPNU BRACKETBUSTERS at William & Mary UNC WILMINGTON

2011-12 Schedule

Sat., Nov. 26 — 2:30 p.m. EST — Kingston, R.I. Tickets City Legends Classic

LOCATION: Hempstead, N.Y. ENROLLMENT: 12,100 NICKNAME: Pride COLORS: Gold, White, Blue CONFERENCE: Colonial Athletic Association ARENA: David S. Mack Sports & Exhibition Complex (5,045) PRESIDENT: Stuart Rabinowitz ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Jack Hayes HEAD COACH: Mo Cassara (St. Lawrence ‘97) At Hofstra: 21-12 (1 Year) Overall: 21-12 (1) STAFF: Steven DeMeo, Wayne Morgan, Patrick Sellers 2010-11 RECORD: 21-12, 14-4 CAA (T-2nd) SID: Stephen Gorchov Office: 516-463-4933 Cell: N/A Fax: 516-463-5033 Arena: N/A E-Mail: stephen.a.gorchov@hofstra.edu WEB SITE: www.gohofstra.com

MADONNA (Exh.) ASHLAND (Exh.) LAKE ERIE at Notre Dame CONCORDIA vs. George Washington at Bowling Green vs. Austin Peay at Akron YOUNGSTOWN STATE CLEVELAND STATE ST. JOHN’S WESTERN MICHIGAN at Alabama MISSISSIPPI STATE ALABAMA STATE at UIC at Loyola VALPARAISO BUTLER at Green Bay at Milwaukee WRIGHT STATE LOYOLA UIC at Valparaiso at Butler MIWAUKEE GREEN BAY at Wright State ESPNU Bracketbusters at Cleveland State at Youngstown State

2011-12 Schedule

Fri., Jan. 20 — TBA EST — Cleveland, Ohio Tues., Feb. 21 — 8:00 p.m. EST — Green Bay, Wis

LOCATION: Green Bay, Wisconsin ENROLLMENT: 6,500 NICKNAME: Phoenix COLORS: Green, White & Red CONFERENCE: Horizon League ARENA: Resch Center (9,729) CHANCELLOR: Dr. Thomas K. Harden ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Ken Bothof HEAD COACH: Brian Wardle (Marquette, ‘01) At Green Bay: 14-18 (1 Year) Overall: 14-18 (1) STAFF: Brian Barone, Chrys Cornelius, Jimmie Foster 2010-11 RECORD: 14-18, 8-10 HL (7th) SID: Andrew Gavin Office: 920-465-2498 Cell: 920-609-9862 Fax: 920-465-2357 Arena: 920-965-8735 E-Mail: gavina@uwgb.edu WEB SITE: www.greenbayphoenix.com

Oct. 29 Nov. 5 11 14 19 21 22 23 26 Dec. 1 3 5 8 11 17 22 29 31 Jan. 6 8 12 14 21 25 27 Feb. 2 4 10 12 15 17 23 25

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.

0 Jordan Allen F 1 Taran Buie G 3 Steve Mejia G 12 Jerome Good F 20 Jamal Coombs-McDaniel F 25 Brent Crowder F 31 Moussa Kone F 32 Dashiem Cherry G

6-6 6-2 5-9 6-6 6-7 6-10 6-7 6-0

200 185 175 210 210 220 220 183

Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School)

Bay Shore, N.Y. (Long Island Lutheran) Albany, N.Y. (Penn State) Hyde Park, Mass. (Rhode Island) Reading, Pa. (Taft School) Dorchester, Mass. (Connecticut) Harlem, N.Y. (College of Eastern Utah) Bronx, N.Y. (Frederick Douglass III) Rockville Centre, N.Y. (Genesee C.C.)

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2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2011-12 Vikings JOHN CARROLL

2011-12 Schedule

Wed., Nov. 9 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio Exhibition Game

Blue Streaks Roster

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown LOCATION: University Heights, Ohio ENROLLMENT: 3,000 NICKNAME: Blue Streaks COLORS: Blue and Gold CONFERENCE: Ohio Athletic Conference ARENA: DeCarlo Varsity Center (1,354) PRESIDENT: Rev. Robert L. Niehoff, S.J. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Laurie Massa HEAD COACH: Mike Moran (Xavier ‘73) At JCU: 329-190 (19 years) Overall: 329-190 (19) STAFF: John Stavole, Frank O’Brien, Joe Labella 2010-11 RECORD: 19-9, 12-6 OAC (2nd) SID: Chris Wenzler Office: 216-397-4676 Cell: N/A Fax: N/A Arena: N/A E-Mail: cwenzler@jcu.edu WEB SITE: www.jcusports.com

5 Conor Sweeney 10 Michael Harnett 11 DeAndre Richardson 12 Ryan Angers 14 Joe Meyer 15 Corey Shontz 20 Kyle Wise 23 Michael Yurcak 31 Kyle Haire 32 Casey Rouch 34 Mark Hester 44 Greg Brown 45 Kenny Janz -- Kyle Hubbard -- Patrick Sweeney

Newcomers TBA

G G G G G G G G G G F F F F F

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

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.

3.3 9.3 3.7 0.8 13.4 13.4 1.3 0.5 0.7 1.2 11.4 0.3 2.9 -- --

1.7 2.9 1.0 0.3 2.3 5.4* 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.6 4.0 0.0 3.5 -- --

Eastlake, Ohio North Royalton, Ohio Cleveland Heights, Ohio Lakewood, Ohio Mentor, Ohio Andover, Ohio Westlake, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Independence, Ohio Grandview Heights, Ohio Ashtabula, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Madison, Ohio Lakewood, Ohio Eastlake, Ohio

Hometown (Previous School)

KENT STATE

Golden Flashes Roster Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG 1 Eric Gaines G 6-4 180 So. 3.2 2 Michael Porrini G 6-2 200 Sr. 10.1 LOCATION: Kent, Ohio 3 Randal Holt G 6-1 180 Jr. 9.9 ENROLLMENT: 34,000 11 Carlton Guyton G 6-4 175 Sr. 12.4 NICKNAME: Golden Flashes 13 Mark Henniger F 6-8 190 So. 1.8 COLORS: Navy Blue & Gold CONFERENCE: Mid-American Conference 30 Brian Frank F 6-5 215 Jr. 0.3 ARENA: Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center (6,327) 32 Scooter Johnson F 6-6 200 So. 1.9 PRESIDENT: Dr. Lester A. Lefton 33 Justin Manns C 6-11 220 Sr. 4.8 ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Joel Nielsen 34 Justin Greene F 6-8 230 Sr. 15.4 Newcomers Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. 0 Bryson Pope G 6-6 220 Jr. 5 Chris Evans F 6-7 210 Jr. 15 Kris Brewer G 6-4 185 Fr. 20 Justin Brunswick F 6-10 215 So. 21 Devareaux Manley G 6-4 195 Fr. 23 Patrick Jackson F 6-6 215 Jr. 25 Jordan Wilds G 6-5 190 Jr.

Reb/ Ast* 2.5 4.7 1.9* 3.8 1.2 0.0 1.7 4.4 8.3

Hometown Chicago, Ill. Massillon, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Massillon, Ohio Gainesville, Fla. Cleveland, Ohio Winston-Salem, N.C. Brooklyn, N.Y.

Hometown (Previous School) Jenks, Okla. (Tulsa) Chesapeake, Va. (Wabash Valley C.C.) Memphis, Tenn. (Brehm Prep) Middletown, Ohio (Idaho State) Oakland, Calif. (Castlemont) Brooklyn, N.Y. (Rutgers) Hermitage, Pa. (Hickory)

LOYOLA

Ramblers Roster

2011-12 Men’s Basketball

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 0 Denzel Brito 2 Jordan Hicks 10 Courtney Stanley 14 Chim Kadima 24 Ben Averkamp 33 Walt Gibler 34 Jonathon Gac 44 John Benkoske

Newcomers

1 Cully Payne 5 Joe Crisman 12 Devin Hill 13 London Dokubo 32 Christian Thomas 45 Bill Clark 52 Adam Cooper

Nov. 7 15 19 22 28 Dec. 1 3 6 10 20 21 22 29 Jan. 2 7 11 14 18 21 25 28 31 Feb. 4 8 11 14 18 21 25 29 Mar. 2/3

ROCHESTER (Mich.) (Exh.) at West Virginia ALCORN STATE CLEVELAND STATE LOUISIANA MOREHEAD STATE UAB at James Madison at Western Carolina vs. Saint Peter’s vs. Texas-Arlington at Utah State at Arkansas State SHAWNEE STATE at Buffalo MIAMI BOWLING GREEN at Ohio at Akron NORTHERN ILLINOIS at Toledo at Central Michigan WESTERN MICHIGAN at Eastern Michigan BALL STATE BUFFALO ESPNU BracketBuster at Miami at Bowling Green OHIO AKRON

2011-12 Schedule

Sat., Jan. 7 — 2:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio Fri., Feb. 3 — 9:00 p.m. EST — Chicago, Ill.

LOCATION: Chicago, Illinois ENROLLMENT: 15,670 NICKNAME: Ramblers COLORS: Maroon & Gold CONFERENCE: Horizon League ARENA: Joseph J. Gentile Center (5,200) PRESIDENT: Fr. Michael Garanzini, S.J. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Dr. M. Grace Calhoun HEAD COACH: Porter Moser (Creighton ‘90) At Loyola: First Year Overall: 105-101 (7) STAFF: Rodell Davis, Armon Gates, Jason Gardner 2010-11 RECORD: 16-15, 7-11 HL (8th) SID: Bill Behrns Office: 773-508-2575 Cell: 773-469-6214 Fax: 773-508-3855 Arena: 773-274-3550 E-Mail: bbehrns@luc.edu WEB SITE: www.loyolaramblers.com

at Akron (Exh.) at Cleveland State (Exh.) at Mount St. Joseph Tourney at Mount St. Joseph Tourney at Spalding University Tourney at Spalding University Tourney CAPITAL at Mount Union at Ohio Northern OTTERBEIN at CWRU Tourney at CWRU Tourney BALDWIN WALLACE at Wilmington College at Muskingum MARIETTA HEIDELBERG at Capital MOUNT UNION OHIO NORTHERN at Heidelberg at Otterbein at Baldwin Wallace WILMINGTON MUSKINGUM at Marietta

2011-12 Schedule

Tues., Nov. 22 — 7:30 p.m. EST — Kent, Ohio

HEAD COACH: Rob Senderoff (Albany ‘95) At Kent State: First Year Overall: First Year STAFF: Bobby Steinburg, Jordan Mincy, Eric Haut 2010-11 RECORD: 25-12, 12-4 MAC (1st) SID: Todd Vatter Office: 330-672-8467 Cell: 330-329-5248 Fax: 330-672-2112 Arena: 330-672-9411 E-Mail: tvatter1@kent.edu WEB SITE: www.kentstatesports.com

Nov. 3 9 18 19 25 26 Dec. 3 7 10 17 29 30 Jan. 4 7 11 14 18 21 25 28 Feb. 1 4 8 11 15 18

G G/F G G F F F C

6-1 6-6 6-1 6-4 6-8 6-7 6-8 6-9

180 205 165 185 230 230 220 220

So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. G G F G G/F G F

6-1 6-4 6-9 6-0 6-5 6-4 6-7

180 195 230 165 207 207 207

Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr.

1.3 11.7 6.5 2.0 12.0 9.4 1.4 0.4

0.8* 4.7 3.4* 1.0 5.3 4.4 0.8 1.3

Wareham, Mass. Rochester, Minn. Philadelphia, Pa. Milwaukee, Wis. Germantown, Wis. Cincinnati, Ohio Oshkosh, Wis. Oshkosh, Wis.

Hometown (Previous School)

Schaumberg, Ill. (Iowa) Munster, Ind. (Munster) Stamford, Conn. (DePaul) Schaumberg, Ill. (Conant) St. Louis, Mo. (Clayton) Valparaiso, Ind. (Indiana) Ross, Calif. (College of Marin)

www.csuvikings.com

Nov. 11 14 16 20 26 Dec. 1 3 7 10 17 19 22 29 31 Jan. 5 7 14 19 21 25 27 Feb. 3 5 11 14 18 21 23 25

at Illinois at Kansas State at Eastern Illinois at Furman FORDHAM at Milwaukee at Green Bay DEPAUL at Toledo CHICAGO STATE ROCKHURST at Canisius WRIGHT STATE DETROIT at Youngstown State at Cleveland State at UIC VALPARAISO BUTLER at Detroit at Wright State CLEVELAND STATE YOUNGSTOWN STATE UIC at Butler ESPNU BracketBusters at Valparaiso GREEN BAY MILWAUKEE

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2011-12 Vikings MILWAUKEE

2011-12 Schedule

Sun., Jan. 22 — 2:00 p.m. CST — Cleveland, Ohio Tues., Feb. 14 — 8:00 p.m. EST — Milwaukee, Wis

Panthers Roster Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown

1 Ja’Rob McCallum G 6-1 170 Jr. LOCATION: Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2 Kaylon Williams G 6-3 185 Sr. ENROLLMENT: 30,000 3 Kyle Kelm F 6-9 210 So. NICKNAME: Panthers 21 Tony Meier F 6-8 210 Sr. COLORS: Black & Gold 32 Lonnie Boga G 6-3 200 Jr. CONFERENCE: Horizon League 44 Ryan Haggerty F 6-8 210 Jr. ARENA: U.S. Cellular Arena (10,783) 45 Christian Wolf F 6-9 250 Jr. CHANCELLOR: Michael Lovell ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Rick Costello Newcomers Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. HEAD COACH: Rob Jeter (UW-Platteville, ‘91) 5 Shaquille Boga G 5-11 170 Fr. At Milwaukee: 101-89 (6 years) Overall: 101-89 (6) 14 Paris Gulley G 6-2 170 Jr. STAFF: Chad Boudreau, Ronnie Jones, Chip MacKenzie 15 Demetrius Harris F 6-7 230 Jr. st 2010-11 RECORD: 19-14, 13-5 HL (T1 ) 20 Mitch Roelke G 6-0 170 So. SID: Kevin O’Connor 22 Evan Richard G 6-2 175 R-Fr. Office: 414-229-5674 Cell: 414-750-2091 23 J.J. Panoske F 6-10 225 Fr. Fax: 414-229-5749 Arena: 414-908-5805 33 Quinton Gustavson C 6-9 200 So. E-Mail: kjoc@uwm.edu 42 James Haarsma F 6-7 230 Sr. WEB SITE: www.uwmpanthers.com

7.9 8.3 2.9 12.0 3.4 0.7 0.6

0.8 5.4 * 2.2 4.3 2.8 0.8 0.9

Marion, Ind. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Randolph, Wis. Wildwood, Mo. Florissant, Mo. Glen Ellyn, Ill. Kohler, Wis.

Hometown (Previous School)

St. Louis, Mo. (McCleur) Peoria, Ill. (Southeastern C.C.) Jacksonville, Ark. (Mineral Area C.C.) Waunakee, Wis. (Waunakee) Kieler, Wis. (Cuba City) Brodhead, Wis. (Brodhead) Racine, Wis. (Case) Racine, Wis. (Evansville)

Nov. 5 12 14 18 20 23 26 Dec. 1 3 5 10 13 22 29 31 Jan. 3 7 12 14 20 22 26 28 31 Feb. 4 10 12 14 18 23 25

RHODE ISLAND

2011-12 Schedule

Sun., Nov. 27 — 2:30 p.m. EST — Kingston, R.I. Tickets City Legends Classic

Rams Roster LOCATION: Kingston, R.I. ENROLLMENT: 16,392 NICKNAME: Rams COLORS: Keaney Blue, Dark Blue, White CONFERENCE: Atlandtic 10 ARENA: Thomas M. Ryan Center (7,657) PRESIDENT: Dr. David M. Dooley ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Thorr Bjorn HEAD COACH: Jim Baron (St. Bonaventure ‘77) At URI: 177-143 (10 years) Overall: 383-344 (24) STAFF: Larry Harris, Pat Clarke, Preston Murphy 2010-11 RECORD: 20-14, 9-7 A-10 (6th) SID: Mike Laprey Office: 401-874-2401 Cell: N/A Fax: 401-874-5354 Arena: 401-874-5359 E-Mail: mlaprey@uri.edu WEB SITE: www.gorhody.com

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 1 Jamal Wilson 12 Orion Outerbridge 15 Blake Vedder 23 Nikola Malesevic 24 Ryan Brooks 44 Anthony Malhoit

Newcomers

0 0 Andre Malone 4 Mike Powell 5 Dominique McKoy 10 Rayvon Harris 11 Levan Shengeila 13 T.J. Buchanan 20 Billy Baron 35 Jonathan Holton

G F C F F G

6-5 6-9 7-3 6-7 6-8 6-3

195 210 230 200 220 200

Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. G G G F F G G F

6-6 5-11 6-7 6-4 6-9 6-3 6-2 6-9

210 Jr. 175 Fr. 205 Fr. 200 Fr. 260 R-Fr. 195 Fr. 195 So. 220 Fr.

5.1 6.8 0.8 10.5 1.7 0.3

3.6 3.1 0.2 4.3 1.7 1.0

Norristown, Pa. Boston, Mass. Chesterland, Ohio Uzice, Serbia Mays Landing, N.J. Waterford, Conn.

Hometown (Previous School)

Atlanta, Ga. (Auburn) Chicago, Ill. (Brooks College Prep) Atlanta, Ga. (South Atlanta) Raleigh, N.C. (Flora McDonald Academy) Tbilisi, Ga. (Maine Central Institute) Kalamazoo, Mich. (Kalamazoo Central) East Greenwich, R.I. (Virginia) Miami, Fla. (Coral Gables)

RIO GRANDE

Red Storm Roster

130 C levela n d State U n i ver s i ty

Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG 2 Kaleb Kimber G 6-3 -- Jr. 4.3 4 Jermaine Warmack G 5-10 -- So. 5.5 20 Shaun Gunnell F 6-4 -- Sr. 9.0 40 Brad Cubbie G 6-2 -- Sr. 9.3 Newcomers Pos. 00 Keenan Brush F 5 Tykeim Moss G 10 D.D. Joiner G 11 Evan Legg G 12 Dominique Ngniman F 23 Darriel Hunter, Jr. F 33 Najja Garba C 34 Turrell Morris F 42 Ethan Prater F 44 Stefan Black F 50 Dominick Haynes F/C

Ht. 6-5 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-8 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-8

Nov. 4 7 11 15 20 25 26 27 30 Dec. 4 7 10 18 23 29 30 Jan. 2 7 11 14 18 21 25 28 Feb. 1 4 8 11 15 18 25 29 Mar. 3

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE (Exh.) RYERSON (Exh.) at George Mason at Texas at Nebraska HOFSTRA BOSTON CLEVELAND STATE at Brown MAINE VIRGINIA TECH at Georgia State YALE PROVIDENCE at UCF Holiday Classic at UCF Holiday Classic at Boston College RICHMOND at George Washington DUQUESNE at Fordham at LaSalle SAINT BONAVENTURE at Dayton MASSACHUSETTS TEMPLE at Xavier at Charlotte SAINT JOSEPH’S at Saint Bonaventure SAINT LOUIS FORDHAM at Massachusetts

2011-12 Schedule

Tues., Nov. 15 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio

LOCATION: Rio Grande, Ohio ENROLLMENT: 2,400 NICKNAME: Red Storm COLORS: Red and White CONFERENCE: Mid-South ARENA: Newt Oliver Arena (2,000) PRESIDENT: Dr. Barbara Geilman-Danley ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Jeff Lanham HEAD COACH: Ken French (W. Va. State ‘93) At RG: 50-120 (5 Years) Overall: 50-120 (5) STAFF: Aaron Quinn, Jeff Williamson, Aaron Drakeford 2010-11 RECORD: 5-26, (t1st) SID: Randy Payton Office: 740-245-7213 Cell: N/A Fax: 740-245-7555 Arena: N/A E-Mail: rpayton@rio.edu WEB SITE: www.rioredstorm.com

UW-PARKSIDE (Exh.) SW MINNESOTA STATE at Northern Illinois IUPUI TEXAS SOUTHERN at Michigan State at Arkansas-Little Rock LOYOLA UIC at Depaul at Northern Iowa WISCONSIN at Marquette at Valparaiso at Butler at Western Michigan GREEN BAY WRIGHT STATE DETROIT at Youngstown State at Cleveland State BUTLER VALPARAISO YOUNGSTOWN STATE at Green Bay at Detroit at Wright State CLEVELAND STATE ESPNU BracketBusters at UIC at Loyola

Wt. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Cl. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr.

Reb/ Ast* -- -- -- --

Hometown Salisbury, N.C. Orange, N.J. Columbus, Ohio Dayton, Ohio

Hometown (Previous School) Lucasville, Ohio (Piketon) Columbus, Ohio (Africentric) Groveport, Ohio (Groveport) Piketon, Ohio (Piketon) Yaounde, Cameroon (W.Va. Wesleyan) Indianapolis, Ind. (Union) Midlothian, Va. (Fork Union Military Acad.) Columbus, Ohio (Union) South Point, Ohio (South Point) Frankfort, Ind. (Danville C.C.) Cleveland, Ohio (Columbus State)

www.csuvikings.com

Nov. 4 5 7 11 12 15 19 21 Dec. 1 5 10 13 18 19 30 Jan. 5 7 10 12 14 19 21 24 28 Feb. 2 4 9 11 16 18 23 25

OHIO-CHILLICOTHE MIAMI-MIDDLETOWN at Wilberforce OHIO UNIVERSITY-LANCASTER Bevo Francis Tournament at Cleveland State at Campbellsville at Saint Catharine at West Virginia Tech at Coppin State WILBERFORCE CINCINNATI-CLERMONT vs. Ohio State - Mansfield vs. Algoma HOUGHTON COLLEGE CUMBERLANDS LINDSEY WILSON at Mountain State PIKEVILLE COLLEGE UVA-WISE at Georgetown College at Shawnee State at Cedarville WEST VIRGINIA TECH CAMPBELLSVILLE SAINT CATHARINE at Cumberlands at Lindsey Wilson at Pikeville at UVA-WISE GEORGETOWN COLLEGE SHAWNEE STATE

2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2011-12 Vikings ROBERT MORRIS

2011-12 Schedule

Thurs., Dec. 8 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio

Colonials Roster

LOCATION: Moon Township, Pennsylvania ENROLLMENT: 4,000 NICKNAME: Colonials COLORS: Blue, White & Red CONFERENCE: Northeast ARENA: Charles L. Sewall Center (3,056) PRESIDENT: Gregory G. Dell’Omo, Ph.D. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Craig Coleman, M.D. HEAD COACH: Andrew Toole (Penn, ‘03) At RMU: 18-14 (1 year) Overall: 18-14 (1) STAFF: Michael Byrnes, Matt Hahn, Robby Pridgen 2010-11 RECORD: 18-14, 12-6 NEC (3rd) SID: Jim Duzyk Office: 412-397-4919 Cell: 412-498-8359 Fax: 412-397-4943 Arena: 412-397-3959 E-Mail: duzyk@rmu.edu WEB SITE: www.rmucolonials.com

Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG 2 Velton Jones G 6-0 170 Jr. 8.0 3 Coron Williams G 6-2 170 So. 7.1 5 Anthony Myers G 5-11 170 So. 4.2 11 Lijah Thompson F 6-7 200 Jr. 8.6 24 Lawrence Bridges F 6-5 220 Sr. 4.1 34 Russell Johnson F 6-6 180 Jr. 11.0 Newcomers Pos. 1 Mike McFadden F 10 Treadwell Lewis G 12 Darren Washington F/C 15 David Appolon G 20 Brandon Herman G 22 Lucky Jones G/F 45 Keith Armstrong F

Ht. 6-8 5-10 6-9 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-7

Wt. 220 170 220 180 190 195 230

Cl. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Reb/ Ast* 2.8 1.9 3.4 4.4 3.2 6.7

Hometown Philadelphia, Pa. Midlothian, Va. Washington, D.C. Philadelphia, Pa. Detroit, Mich. Chester, Pa.

Hometown (Previous School) Newark, N.J. (Iona) Shelton, Conn. (Christian Heritage) Belleville, Mich. (Gabriel Richards) Philadelphia, Pa. (Imhotep Charter) Chattanooga, Tenn. (Charis Prep) Newark, N.J. (St. Anthony) Raleigh, N.C. (Fishburne Military Acad.)

Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

31 11 15 19 22 25 27 1 3 6 8 17 20 22 29 2 5 7 12 14 19 21 26 28 2 4 8 11 16 18 23 25

ST. BO NAVENTURE

2011-12 Schedule

Fri., Nov. 18 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio

Bonnies Roster Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown LOCATION: St. Bonaventure, New York ENROLLMENT: 2,000 NICKNAME: Bonnies COLORS: Brown & White CONFERENCE: Atlantic-10 ARENA: Reilly Center (5,480) PRESIDENT: Sister Margaret Carney ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Steve Watson HEAD COACH: Mark Schmidt (Boston College, ‘85) At SBU: 54-68 (4 years) Overall: 136-158 (10) STAFF: Jeff Massey, Dave Moore, Steve Curran 2010-11 RECORD: 16-15, 8-8 A-10 (7th) SID: Dallas Miller Office: 716-375-2575 Cell: 585-217-1007 Fax: 716-375-2383 Arena: 716-375-2661 E-Mail: dmiller@sbu.edu WEB SITE: www.gobonnies.com

1 1 Demetrius Conger G/F 24 Matthew Wright G 32 Michael Davenport G 33 Marquis Simmons F 43 Da’Quan Cook F 44 Andrew Nicholson C 45 Jake Houseknecht C

Newcomers

2 Eric Mosley 3 Charlon Kloof 5 Jordan Gathers 23 Chris Johnson 35 Youssou Ndoye

6-6 6-4 6-5 6-8 6-8 6-9 6-9

200 190 210 230 235 250 210

Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.

G 5-10 170 Jr. G 6-3 195 So. G 6-3 200 Fr. G/F 6-5 205 Jr. F/C 6-11 235 Fr.

10.0 4.7 11.1 3.9 6.7 20.8 0.3

5.5 1.9 4.9 3.6 4.2 7.3 1.0

Brooklyn, N.Y. Toronto, Ontario Cincinnati, Ohio Capitol Heights, Md. Elizabeth, N.J. Mississauga, Ont. Olean, N.Y.

Hometown (Previous School)

Louisville, Ky. (Moore Traditional School) Paramaribo, Suriname/AMS (Canarias Acad.) Los Angeles, Calif. (William Howard Taft) North Preston, Nova Scotia (Kilgore) Dakar, Senegal (Lee Academy)

Nov. 4 11 18 21 27 Dec. 1 3 7 10 20 23 30 Jan. 4 7 11 14 21 25 28 Feb. 1 8 11 15 18 22 25 29 Mar. 3

SAM HOUSTON STATE Bearkats Roster

LOCATION: Huntsville, Texas ENROLLMENT: 17,214 NICKNAME: Bearkats COLORS: Orange & White CONFERENCE: Southland ARENA: Bernard G. Johnson (6,100) PRESIDENT: Dr. Dana Gibson ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Bobby Williams HEAD COACH: Jason Hooten (Tarleton State, ‘93) At SHSU: 18-13 (1 Year) Overall: 18-13 (1) STAFF: Alvin Brooks III, Chris Mudge, Will Weaver 2010-11 RECORD: 18-13, 10-6 SLC (T-1st in West) SID: Paul Ridings Office: 936-294-1764 Cell: Not Available Fax: 936-294-3538 Arena: 936-294-1838 E-Mail: ridings@shsu.edu WEB SITE: www.gobearkats.com 2011-12 Men’s Basketball

Newcomers 1 Darius Gatson 2 Marquel McKinney 4 Erik Williams 5 Aaron Harwell 10 Cameron Sadler 11 DeMarcus Gatlin 14 Steven Werner 21 Kevin Schaffartzik 22 Joshua Gibbs 35 Michael Holyfield 44 Konner Tucker

Pos. G G F G G G F G F C G

Ht. 5-11 6-3 6-7 5-11 5-10 6-4 6-8 6-2 6-5 6-11 6-4

Wt. 175 206 215 160 160 190 230 195 225 255 185

Cl. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Reb/ Ast* 4.2 2.0 6.1 0.0

Hometown Waterbury, Conn. Burkburnett, Texas Houston, Texas Huntsville, Texas

Hometown (Previous School) Houston, Texas (Trinity Valley) Houston, Texas (Cypress Springs) Houston, Texas (Cypress Springs) Houston, Texas (Centenary) Fort Worth, Texas (Columbia) Houston, Texas (Navarro) Fort Worth, Texas (McLennan) Berlin, Germany (Odessa) Kansas City, Mo. (Butler) Albuquerque, N.M. (Manzano) Fort Worth, Texas (Wake Forest)

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MANSFIELD (Exh.) CORNELL at Cleveland State at Siena at Virginia Tech ARKANSAS STATE at Buffalo at Illinois CANISIUS vs. North Carolina State SAINT FRANCIS at Niagara GEORGE WASHINGTON at Duquesne DAYTON at Xavier FORDHAM at Rhode Island RICHMOND at Saint Louis at UMASS DUQUESNE TEMPLE RHODE ISLAND at Fordham at Charlotte SAINT JOSEPH’S at LaSalle

2011-12 Schedule

Thurs., Dec. 22 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio

Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG 20 Marcus James F 6-7 195 Sr. 4.5 24 Aaron Thompson C 6-9 210 Jr. 2.1 25 Antuan Bootle C 6-7 265 Sr. 4.9 32 Wesley Fritz F 6-4 180 Jr. 0.0

WHEELING JESUIT (Exh.) RIDER at Saint Peter’s vs. Penn vs. James Madison vs. LaSalle at Pittsburgh FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON MONMOUTH at Duquesne CLEVELAND STATE LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE HAMPTON at Youngstown State at Memphs at Ohio at Bryant at Central Connecticut State QUINNIPIAC SACRED HEART at Fairleigh Dickinson at Monmouth LONG ISLAND SAINT FRANCIS (N.Y.) at Mount Saint Mary’s at Wagner at Saint Francis (PA) SAINT FRANCIS (PA) CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE BRYANT at Quinnipiac at Sacred Heart

Nov. 12 16 21 22 23 26 29 Dec. 1 7 10 20 22 28 Jan. 2 7 11 14 18 21 25 28 Feb. 1 4 8 11 15 18 22 25 29 Mar. 3

HOWARD PAYNE (Exh.) at Notre Dame vs. Mercer vs. South Dakota State vs. Niagara vs. Texas DALLAS CHRISTIAN PAUL QUINN at Texas A&M at North Texas NORTHERN ARIZONA at Cleveland State SAMFORD JARVIS CHRISTIAN UTSA at UT-Arlington at Nicholls TEXAS STATE TEXAS A&M - CHORPUS CHRISTI at Stephen F. Austin at UTSA MCNEESE STATE at Southeastern Louisiana UT-ARLINGTON at Texas A&M - Chorpus Christi CENTRAL ARKANSAS ESPN BracketBusters at Northwestern State LAMAR STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at Texas State

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2011-12 Schedule

Mon., Dec. 19 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Tampa, Fla.

Bulls Roster LOCATION: Tampa, Fla. ENROLLMENT: 47,576 NICKNAME: Bulls COLORS: Green & Gold CONFERENCE: Big East ARENA: USF Sun Dome (10,411) PRESIDENT: Dr. Judy Genshaft ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Doug Woolard HEAD COACH: Stan Heath (Eastern Michigan, ‘88) At South Florida: 51-77 (4 years) Overall: 163-154 (10) STAFF: Jeremy Cox, Reggie Hanson, Eric Skeeters 2010-11 RECORD: 20-13, 9-9 Big East (9th) SID: Ashley Walker Office: 813-974-4087 Cell: 813-410-1194 Fax: 813-974-4028 Arena: 813-974-3287 E-Mail: ashleywalker@usf.edu WEB SITE: www.gousfbulls.com

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 1 Ron Anderson F 6-8 255 Sr. 7.0 6.4 Upper Marlboro, Md. 3 LaVonte Dority G 6-0 180 So. 22 Shaun Noriega G 6-4 195 Jr. 24 Augustus Gilchrist F/C 6-10 245 Sr. 25 Alberto Damour F 6-5 225 Sr. 32 Toarlyn Fitzpatrick F 6-8 230 Jr. 34 Hugh Robertson G 6-5 195 Sr.

Newcomers

5 Jawanza Poland 11 Anthony Collins 13 Jordan Heath 15 Blake Nash 33 Victor Rudd Martino Brock Jordan Omobehin

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. G G G G F G C

6-4 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-7 6-5 7-3

200 Jr. 175 Fr. 190 R-Fr. 185 So. 207 So. 190 Jr. 291 Fr.

0.7 6.4 13.4 0.0 4.3 8.3

0.3 0.9 6.0 0.0 4.1 4.3

Chicago, Ill. North Port, Fla. Clinton, Md. Poinciana, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Macon, Ga.

Hometown (Previous School)

Wichita, Kan. (Hutchinson C.C.) Houston, Texas (Westbury Christian) Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Prep) Casa Grande, Ariz. (Williston State) Los Angeles, Calif. (Arizona State) Memphis, Tenn. (South Alabama) Lagos, Nigeria (Atlantic Shores Christian)

TOLEDO

Rockets Roster Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG 21 Delino Dear F 6-9 220 So. 8.1 32 Reese Holliday G 6-4 230 So. 10.5 55 Richard Wonnell C 6-9 225 So. 0.7 Newcomers Pos. 0 James Ewing F 1 Dominique Buckley G 3 AJ Mathew G 4 Ryan Majerle G 5 Rian Pearson G 12 Zack Riddle G 15 Michael Speicher F 20 Julius Brown G 33 Curtis Dennis G 43 Matt Smith F

Ht. 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-6 5-10 6-5 6-7

Wt. 230 200 175 185 190 165 200 175 205 225

Cl. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So.

Reb/ Ast* 5.0 6.6 0.8

Hometown Chicago, Ill. Kansas City, Kan. Curtice, Ohio

Hometown (Previous School) Buffalo, N.Y. (Cardinal O’Hara) Romulus, Mich. (Iowa State) Ypsilanti, Mich. (Ann Arbor Huron) Belmont, Mich. (Rockford) Raytown, Mo. (Green Bay) Dublin, Ohio (Coffman) Steinhausen, Switzerland (Benedict School) Markham, Ill. (Hillcrest) Bronx, N.Y. (New Mexico) Whitewright, Texas (Green Bay)

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NORTHWESTERN OHIO (Exh.) vs. Texas State vs. USC-Upstate at Texas-Pan American vs. Victory (Tenn.) UIC UNC-WILMINGTON at Chicago State TEMPLE LOYOLA YOUNGSTOWN STATE NORFOLK STATE at Florida Gulf Coast CLEVELAND STATE INDIANA-NORTHWEST at Central Michigan BALL STATE at Western Michigan NORTHERN ILLINOIS at Eastern Michigan at Miami KENT STATE at Akron BUFFALO OHIO at Bowling Green at Ball State ESPNU BracketBusters CENTRAL MICHIGAN WESTERN MICHIGAN at Northern Illinois EASTERN MICHIGAN

Nov. 2 8 11 16 19 23 26 Dec. 1 3 10 13 16 19 23 29 31 Jan. 5 7 14 19 21 25 27 Feb. 2 5 11 14 18 21 23 25

CHICAGO (Exh.) LAKE FOREST (Exh.) at Eastern Michigan ROOSEVELT QUINCY (ILL.) EVANSVILLE at Toledo at Green Bay at Milwaukee NORTHERN ILLINOIS at Oregon State at Central Michigan WESTERN ILLINOIS at Dayton DETROIT WRIGHT STATE at Cleveland State at Youngstown State LOYOLA BUTLER VALPARAISO at Wright State at Detroit YOUNGSTOWN STATE CLEVELAND STATE at Loyola at Valparaiso ESPNU BRACKETBUSTERS at Butler MILWAUKEE GREEN BAY

2011-12 Schedule

Thurs., Jan. 5 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio Sun., Feb. 5 — 2:00 p.m. EST — Chicago, Ill.

LOCATION: Chicago, Illinois ENROLLMENT: 27,309 NICKNAME: Flames COLORS: Navy Blue & Fire Engine Red CONFERENCE: Horizon League ARENA: UIC Pavilion (8,000) CHANCELLOR: Dr. Paula Allen-Meares ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Jim Schmidt HEAD COACH: Howard Moore (Wisconsin, ‘95) At UIC: 7-24 (1 Year) Overall: 7-24 (1) STAFF: Al Biancalana, Donnie Kirksey, Steve Robinson 2010-11 RECORD: 7-24, 2-16 HL (T-9th) SID: Brett McWethy Office: 312-996-5880 Cell: 815-751-1015 Fax: 312-996-5882 Arena: 312-413-5712 E-Mail: mcwethy@uic.edu WEB SITE: www.uicflames.com

VERMONT MARIST FLORIDA SOUTHERN vs. Old Dominion vs. Kentucky / Penn State GEORGIA SOUTHERN FLORIDA ATLANTIC at VCU at Kansas FAMU at Auburn CLEVELAND STATE at Southern Miss CONNECTICUT RUTGERS at Villanova at Notre Dame SETON HALL ST. JOHN’S at DePaul at Marquette PROVIDENCE at Georgetown PITTSBURGH at Providence VILLANOVA at Pittsburgh at Syracuse CINCINNATI at Louisville WEST VIRGINIA

2011-12 Schedule

Wed., Dec. 28 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Toledo, Ohio

LOCATION: Toledo, Ohio ENROLLMENT: 23,604 NICKNAME: Rockets COLORS: Midnight Blue and Gold CONFERENCE: Mid-American ARENA: John F. Savage Arena (7,300) PRESIDENT: Dr. Lloyd A. Jacobs ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Mike O’Brien HEAD COACH: Tod Kowalczyk (Minnesota-Duluth ‘89) At UT: 4-28 (1 Year) Overall: 140-140 (9) STAFF: Angres Thorpe, Ryan Pedon, Jason Kalsow 2010-11 RECORD: 4-28, 1-15 (6th in West) SID: Steve Easton Office: 419-530-4921 Cell: 419-262-3953 Fax: 419-530-4428 Arena: 419-530-2027 E-Mail: steven.easton@utoledo.edu WEB SITE: www.utrockets.com

Nov. 12 14 16 19 20 23 26 30 Dec. 3 11 14 19 22 28 Jan. 1 5 10 13 18 22 24 29 Feb. 4 8 11 15 19 22 26 29 Mar. 3

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 1 Daniel Bames G 6-0 180 Sr. 3.8 1.4 Oak Park, Ill. 11 Matt Bush 20 Anthony Kelley 32 Darrin Williams 34 Paris Carter 45 Dorian Tyler

G G C F C

6-4 6-6 6-9 6-7 6-9

195 180 270 230 230

Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

2.5 0.1 4.9 4.8 2.4

2.0 0.2 3.5 4.0 2.0

Newcomers 0 Sammy Sutter 3 Rob Robinson 4 Gary Talton 5 Greg Travis 10 Marc Brown 13 Hayden Humes 21 Jerome Brown 33 Ahman Fells 44 Will Simonton

Pos. G G G G G F G F C

Ht. 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-8 6-4 6-5 6-10

Wt. 164 188 158 186 203 215 186 183 217

Cl. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown (Previous School) Elgin, Ill. (South Elgin) Chicago, Ill. (Simeon) Dallas, Texas (Mountain View C.C.) Chicago, Ill. (Curie) Dallas, Texas (Woodrow Wilson) Valparaiso, Ind. (Valparaiso) Chicago, Ill. (Morgan Park) Chicago, Ill. (Simeon) Fairfax, Va. (Fishburne Military Academy)

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Quincy, Ill. Aurora, Ill. Louisville, Ky. Lansing, Ill. Chicago, Ill.

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2011-12 Vikings VALPARAISO

2011-12 Schedule

Sun., Jan. 15 — 3:35 p.m. EST — Valparaiso, Ind. Thurs., Feb. 9 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio

Crusaders Roster LOCATION: Valparaiso, Indiana ENROLLMENT: 3,980 NICKNAME: Crusaders COLORS: Brown & Gold CONFERENCE: Horizon League ARENA: Athletics-Recreation Center (5,000) PRESIDENT: Mark Heckler ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Mark LaBarbera HEAD COACH: Bryce Drew (Valpo ‘98) At Valpo: First Year Overall: 0-0 STAFF: Luke Gore, Roger Powell Jr., Jake Diebler 2010-11 RECORD: 23-12, 12-6 HL (2nd) SID: Aaron Leavitt Office: 219-464-6953 Cell: 219-476-6680 Fax: 219-464-5762 Arena: 219-548-1502 E-Mail: Aaron.Leavitt@valpo.edu WEB SITE: www.valpoathletics.com

Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG 3 Hrvoje Vucic C 7-1 245 So. 0.9 11 Nick Shelton G 5-11 150 Sr. 0.1 15 Erik Buggs G 5-10 155 Sr. 2.8 20 Tommy Kurth G 6-1 175 Jr. 0.0 22 Jay Harris G 6-2 155 So. 5.1 23 Matt Kenney G 6-3 205 Jr. 6.0 45 Ryan Broekhoff G 6-6 185 Jr. 10.3 55 Kevin Van Wijk F 6-8 230 Jr. 5.1 Newcomers

0 Richie Edwards 2 Griffyn Carpenter 5 Bobby Capobianco 12 Ben Boggs 14 Vashil Fernandez

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. F G F G F

6-7 6-1 6-9 6-4 6-10

220 220 250 195 220

Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

Reb/ Ast* 0.6 0.0 3.1* 0.0 1.4* 3.9 5.2 2.3

Hometown Split, Croatia Frankenmuth, Mich. Memphis, Tenn. Osceola, Ind. Aurora, Ill. Mooresville, Ind. Frankston, Victoria, Australia Hoofddorp, Netherlands

Hometown (Previous School)

Lakeland, Florida (Hillsborough) Bourdon, Ind. (Triton) Loveland, Ohio (Indiana) Roanoke, Va. (Virginia Tech) Kingston, Jamaica (Princeton Day Academy)

VANDERBILT

Commodores Roster Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG 1 Brad Tinsley G 6-3 210 Sr. 10.6 3 Festus Ezeli C 6-11 255 Sr. 13.0 5 Lance Goulbourne F 6-8 225 Sr. 6.9 11 Kyle Fuller G 6-1 220 So. 1.9 12 Jordan Smart G 6-7 200 Jr. 0.4 14 Aaron Noll F 6-7 220 Sr. 0.0 23 John Jenkins G 6-4 215 Jr. 19.5 33 Steve Tchiengang F 6-9 240 Sr. 4.8 44 Jeffrey Taylor F 6-7 225 Sr. 14.7 45 Rod Odom F 6-9 210 So. 3.9 Newcomers 2 Kedren Johnson 34 Shelby Moats 24 Dai-Jon Parker

Pos. G F G

Ht. 6-4 6-8 6-3

Wt. 215 225 190

Cl. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Reb/ Ast* 4.6* 6.3 7.3 1.6* 0.6 0.5 3.0 3.0 5.5 2.6

Hometown Oregon City, Oregon Benin City, Nigeria Brooklyn, N.Y. Moreno Valley, Cal. Lexington, Ky. Fort Mitchell, Ky. Hendersonville, Tenn. Douala, Cameroon Norrkoping, Sweden Central Islip, N.Y.

Hometown (Previous School) Lewisburg, Tenn. Waconia, Minn. Baton Rouge, La.

WRIGHT STATE

Raiders Roster

2011-12 Men’s Basketball

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 4 Johann Mpondo F 6-8 185 Sr. 3.2 3.4 Douala, Cameroon 12 Armond Battle 21 Vance Hall 22 Cole Darling 23 AJ Pacher 24 Matt Vest

Newcomers

3 Reggie Arceneaux 5 John Balwigaire 10 Jason Cuffee 15 Kendall Griffin 32 Alex Pritchett 34 Julius Mays 44 Tavares Sledge Brooklyn Bradley Stephen Gossard Ulysses Thomas

F G F F G

6-7 6-3 6-7 6-9 6-4

220 185 185 220 170

Jr. So. So. So. So.

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. G G G G F G F G F G

5-9 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-2 6-9 6-3 6-6 6-3

160 185 210 210 240 195 225 175 205 185

Nov. 7 11 13 15 19 21-23 25 28 Dec. 2 7 17 19 21 29 Jan. 2 7 10 14 19 21 24 28 31 Feb. 4 8 11 16 19 22 25 28 Mar. 3

XAVIER (La.) (Exh.) OREGON CLEVELAND STATE BUCKNELL vs. North Carolina State Ticket City Legends Classic MONMOUTH XAVIER at Louisville at Davidson INDIANA STATE LONGWOOD LAFAYETTE at Marquette MIAMI AUBURN at South Carolina GEORGIA at Alabama MISSISSIPPI STATE TENNESSEE MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE at Arkansas at Florida LSU KENTUCKY at Ole Miss at Georgia SOUTH CAROLINA at Kentucky FLORIDA at Tennessee

2011-12 Schedule

Thurs., Dec. 1 — 7:00 p.m. EST — Fairborn, Ohio Sat., Feb. 25 — 2:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio

LOCATION: Dayton, Ohio ENROLLMENT: 17,074 NICKNAME: Raiders COLORS: Hunter Green & Gold CONFERENCE: Horizon League ARENA: Ervin J. Nutter Center (10,449) PRESIDENT: Dr. David Hopkins ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Bob Grant HEAD COACH: Billy Donlon (UNC-Wilmington, ‘99) At Wright State: 19-14 (1 year) Overall: 19-14 (1) STAFF: Clayton Bates, Chris Moore, Scott Woods 2010-11 RECORD: 19-14, 10-8 (T-5th) SID: Bob Noss Office: 937-775-2816 Cell: 937-367-2397 Fax: 937-775-2368 Arena: 937-775-4688 E-Mail: Robert.noss@wright.edu WEB SITE: www.wsuraiders.com

HILLSDALE (Exh.) AUGUSTANA (Exh.) at Arizona at Georgia Southern HOLY CROSS AKRON IU KOKOMO DUQUESNE at Ohio State at Butler at IPFW BOWLING GREEN OAKLAND at Norhern Illinois at IUPUI MILWAUKEE GREEN BAY at Detroit at Wright State YOUNGSTOWN STATE CLEVELAND STATE at Loyola at UIC at Green Bay at Milwaukee DETROIT WRIGHT STATE at Cleveland State at Youngstown State UIC ESPNU BracketBusters LOYOLA BUTLER

2011-12 Schedule

Sun., Nov. 13 — 2:00 p.m. EST Memorial Gymnasium — Nashville, Tenn.

LOCATION: Nashville, Tennessee ENROLLMENT: 6,738 NICKNAME: Commodores COLORS: Black & Gold CONFERENCE: Southeastern (East) ARENA: Memorial Gymnasium (14,316) CHANCELLOR: Nicholar Zeppos VICE CHANCELLOR/ATHLETICS: David Williams, II HEAD COACH: Kevin Stallings (Purdue, ‘82) At VU: 236-148 (12) Overall: 359-211 (18) STAFF: David Cason, Dan Muller, Tom Richardson, Brad Frederick 2010-11 RECORD: 23-11, 9-7 SEC (3rd) SID: Andy Boggs Office: 615-322-6530 Cell: 615-343-1847 Fax: 615-343-7064 Arena: 615-320-0436 E-Mail: Andy.Boggs@Vanderbilt.edu WEB SITE: www.VUCommodores.com

Oct. 29 Nov. 3 7 11 14 18 19 20 25 Dec. 3 7 10 17 20 23 29 31 Jan. 6 8 13 15 19 21 26 28 Feb. 2 4 9 11 14 18 21 24

Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

3.3 1.2 4.3 3.5 3.8

1.8 1.0 2.8 1.6 2.3

Plymouth, Minn. Frankfort, Ky. Holt, Mich. Vandalia, Ohio Kettering, Ohio

Hometown (Previous School)

Charlotte, N.C. (Olympia) Hemet, Calif (Mesa C.C.) Poca, W.Va. (Poca) Avon, Ind. (Avon) Bedford, Ind. (North Lawrence) Marion, Ind. (Marion) Brookwood, Ala. (Brookwood) Dayton, Ohio (Stivers) Waynesville, Ohio (Waynesville) Cincinnati, Ohio (Princeton)

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at Ohio State JACKSON STATE at Florida at North Florida CHARLOTTE CLEVELAND STATE YOUNGSTOWN STATE at Air Force at Miami CINCINNATI OHIO IDAHO CENTRAL MICHIGAN at Loyola at UIC BUTLER VALPARAISO at Milwaukee at Green Bay at Detroit UIC LOYOLA at Butler at Valparaiso GREEN BAY MILWAUKEE DETROIT ESPNU BracketBusters at Youngstown State at Cleveland State

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2011-12 Vikings YOUNGSTOWN STATE

2011-12 Schedule

Sat., Dec. 31 — 2:00 p.m. EST — Cleveland, Ohio Sat., Jan. 28 — 7:05 p.m. EST — Youngstown, Ohio

Penguins Roster LOCATION: Youngstown, Ohio ENROLLMENT: 15,058 NICKNAME: Penguins COLORS: Red & White CONFERENCE: Horizon League ARENA: Beeghly Center (6,300) PRESIDENT: Dr. Cynthia E. Anderson ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: Ron Strollo HEAD COACH: Jerry Slocum (Kings N.Y., ‘75) At YSU: 58-121 (6 years) Overall: 638-446 (36) STAFF: Michael Wernicki, Byron Thorne, Brian DePaoli 2010-11 RECORD: 8-22, 2-16 HL (10th) SID: Jamie Hall Office: 330-941-1581 Cell: 330-540-5417 Fax: 330-941-3191 Arena: 330-941-2271 E-Mail: jehall@ysu.edu WEB SITE: www.ysusports.com

Reb/ Returning Players Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG Ast* Hometown 1 Blake Allen 3 Kendrick Perry 5 Nate Perry 14 Josh Chojnacki 20 Ashen Ward 21 Damian Eargle 23 DuShawn Brooks 34 Mike Podolsky

Newcomers

4 Shawn Amiker, Jr. 11 DJ Cole 22 Cale Zuiker 24 Danny Reese 25 Fletcher Larson 32 Chris Morgan

G G G F G F F G

6-1 6-0 6-2 6-9 6-3 6-7 6-6 6-1

180 160 180 220 225 215 205 210

Jr. So. So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So.

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. G G F G F F

6-4 5-11 6-9 5-11 6-8 6-6

175 R-Fr. 175 Fr. 190 Fr. 160 Fr. 215 R-Fr. 230 So.

7.1 9.0 2.1 1.4 8.9 11.3 6.0 1.2

2.8 3.6 0.2 0.8 3.3 6.0 3.8 0.5

Tampa, Fla. Ocoee, Fla. Greensburg, Pa. Erie, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio Warren, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Canfield, Ohio

Hometown (Previous School)

Oak Park, Mich. (Ferndale) Olate, Kan. (Olathe South) Marshfield, Wis. (Marshfield) Youngstown, Ohio (Mooney) Lakewood, N.Y. (Jamestown) Vienna, Ohio (Matthews)

Nov. 12 15 18 23 26 Dec. 1 3 6 10 17 19 22 31 Jan. 5 7 13 15 20 22 28 31 Feb. 2 5 9 11 14 18 23 25

at Samford NOTRE DAME (Ohio) UC RIVERSIDE at Penn State at St. Francis (Pa.) at Detroit at Wright State FREDONIA STATE at Buffalo at Toledo at Akron ROBERT MORRIS at Cleveland State LOYOLA UIC at Valparaiso at Butler MILWAUKEE GREEN BAY CLEVELAND STATE at Milwaukee at UIC at Loyola BUTLER VALPARAISO at Green Bay ESPNU BracketBusters WRIGHT STATE DETROIT

CSU In Th e Wo l s t e i n C en t e r Opponent........................ CSU-Opp Akron................................... 3 -5 Albany................................. 0 -1 Alcorn State........................ 1 -0 Boston University................ 1 -0 Bowling Green..................... 1 -0 Brown.................................. 1 -0 Bryant................................. 1 -0 Buffalo................................ 1 -0 Butler.................................. 5 -12 Cal Poly-SLO....................... 0 -1 Cal State Northridge........... 0 -1 California............................ 0 -1 Central Michigan................ 2 -0 Central State....................... 1 -0 Chicago State..................... 0 -1 Cincinnati........................... 0 -1 Clarion................................ 1 -0 Colorado State.................... 0 -1 College of Charleston.......... 0 -1 Creighton............................ 1 -0 Dayton................................. 1 -0 Delaware............................. 1 -0

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Opponent........................ CSU-Opp Detroit............................... 11 -8 Duquesne............................ 1 -0 Eastern Illinois.................... 2 -1 Eastern Michigan................ 1 -1 Florida A&M......................... 1 -1 Florida State........................ 1 -0 Geneva................................ 1 -0 George Mason...................... 0 -1 Georgetown.......................... 0 -1 Green Bay............................ 8 -11 Hillsdale College.................. 2 -0 Iona College......................... 2 -0 IPFW.................................... 1 -0 IUPUI................................... 0 -1 John Carroll......................... 3 -0 Kansas State....................... 0 -1 Kent State............................ 5 -3 La Roche.............................. 1 -0 LaSalle................................ 1 -0 Loyola................................ 10 -8 Marist.................................. 1 -0 Maryland-Eastern Shore...... 1 -0

Opponent........................ CSU-Opp Michigan............................. 0 -2 Michigan State.................... 0 -2 Middle Tennessee State....... 1 -0 Milwaukee........................... 9 -8 Norfolk State........................ 2 -0 North Carolina..................... 0 -1 Northern Illinois................... 3 -3 Northern Michigan............... 1 -0 Notre Dame (OH).................. 2 -0 Oakland............................... 2 -0 Ohio..................................... 1 -0 Prairie View A&M................. 4 -0 Providence........................... 0 -1 Robert Morris....................... 1 -1 Sacred Heart........................ 2 -0 Saginaw Valley State........... 1 -0 Sam Houston State.............. 1 -0 Siena................................... 1 -0 South Florida....................... 2 -0 Southern Utah State............ 1 -0 St. Bonaventure................... 1 -2 St. Francis (PA).................... 1 -0

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Opponent........................ CSU-Opp Stony Brook.......................... 2 -0 Temple................................. 0 -1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... 1 -0 Toledo.................................. 1 -1 Tulsa.................................... 1 -0 UAB..................................... 0 -1 UIC.................................... 11 -10 Urbana................................ 1 -0 Utah Valley State................. 2 -0 Valparaiso........................... 6 -1 Vermont............................... 2 -0 Western Illinois.................... 1 -2 Wichita State....................... 1 -1 Wilmington.......................... 1 -0 West Virginia....................... 0 -1 West Virginia Tech............... 2 -0 Wright State...................... 13 -7 Xavier.................................. 0 -1 Yale..................................... 1 -0 Youngstown State.............. 12 -2 19-Year Totals................. 168 -110

2011-12 Men’s Basketball


2011-12 Vikings

M e d i a G u i de l i n e s Credentials: Media and photo credentials may be secured by contacting the Sports Information Office. Credential requests must be received by the Sports Information Office no later than 48 hours in advance of the game and may be made via fax (216-523-7257) or e-mail (g.j.murphy@csuohio. edu). Credentials will be held at Media Will Call (Gate D) for pick up on the day of the game unless other arrangements are made. Credentials shall be allocated and space in the media seating areas shall be assigned by the following priority: (1) originating radio and television outlets; (2) daily newspapers providing regular coverage of Cleveland State and its opponent; (3) national news agencies servicing the print and broadcast media; (4) radio and television outlets providing regular coverage of Cleveland State and its opponent; (5) national or regional print, broadcast and electronic media; (6) officially-sanctioned student media, specialty publications and electronic publications of Cleveland State and its opponent; (7) other types of print and broadcast media. Parking Passes: May be obtained only by making requests for credentials one week in advance of the game to allow for safe delivery. Photographers: Are limited to working in the designated areas at each end of the court, unless special arrangements have been made. Courtside lighting averages 180 candlepower and is daylightequivalent. Postgame Interviews: The head coaches of both teams will be brought to the interview room. The order of appearance will be determined by postgame radio/television commitments of the coaches and how to provide access to the coaches as quickly as possible. The Cleveland State locker room is closed to all members of the media. Players requested for interview by the media will be brought to the interview room in the Wolstein Center; or, when on the road, to an interview area.

2011-12 Men’s Basketball

Player Interview Policy: Media wishing to interview Cleveland State players on dates other than game days should contact the Sports Information Office. The Sports Information Office shall arrange a time in which the player(s) can call or meet the media representative(s). Players will be available immediately before and after the practice sessions. The players are not be accessible to the media on game days prior to the game. Media members are asked to honor the athletic department’s request that they refrain from contacting CSU student-athletes away from practice without first contacting the Sports Information Department. CSU student-athletes have been instructed to decline all interview requests that have not been arranged through Sports Info. Practices: Practices are open to the media and are generally held in the afternoon. Media may have access to the players and coaches at the practice site a half hour before practice and following the conclusion of practice. The practice schedule is tentative so please check with the Sports Information Office if you plan to attend practice so you can confirm availability time. Weekly Releases: Cleveland State basketball information and statistics are continually available to the media via several avenues. The releases are updated every Monday and the day following any midweek game. They are available in PDF and text format on the CSU Athletic Department web site (CSUVikings.com). To obtain the weekly release via e-mail, please send a request to Greg Murphy (g.j.murphy@csuohio.edu). Web Site: Cleveland State University Athletics Department news is available on the world wide web. CSU’s official home page, continually updated by the Sports Information Office, may be found at the following web address: www.CSUVikings.com

www.csuvikings.com

Cleveland S tate Sp orts Inf or mati on Wolstein Center, Room 204 2000 Prospect Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 Phone: (216) 687-4818 Fax: (216) 523-7257 Web Site: www.CSUVikings.com

Greg Murphy Sports Information Director Phone: (216) 687-5288 g.j.murphy@csuohio.edu

Renee Adam Assistant SID Phone: (216) 687-55529 r.adam@csuohio.edu

Tim Ertle Sports Info. Assistant Phone: (216) 687-4818

Scott Yaeger Athletic Department Historian

t.k.ertle@csuohio.edu

Statistics and Transmission Services: Playby-play and statistics will be available during and after each game in the Wolstein Center. Quotes from both coaches will be distributed. Fax service is also available. Tickets: Are $10, $15 & $25 for adult ($10, $20 & $30 for premium games only), all seats reserved. CSU Ticket Office phone: 216-687-4848. Sorry, we have no complimentary tickets.

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TV & RADIO ROSTER

2011-12 Vikings

1 6-4

Sebastian Douglas 200 Fr. Houston, Texas

15 6-8

G

Anton Grady

215 Fr. F Cleveland, Ohio

32

D’Aundray Brown

6-4

195 Sr. G Youngstown, Ohio

Asst. Coach

Larry DeSimpelare

Sixth Season At CSU

136 C levela n d State U n i ver s i ty

3

Trevon Harmon

21

Marlin Mason

33

Tim Kamczyc

6-1

185 Sr. G Pasadena, Calif.

6-6

6-7

210 Fr. Detroit, Mich.

F

220 Jr. F Strongsville, Ohio

Asst. Coach

Jermaine Kimbrough

Sixth Season At CSU www.csuvikings.com

4

Devon Long

24

Luda Ndaye

34

Ike Nwamu

Assoc. Coach

Jayson Gee

6-7 260 So. F Highland Park, Mich.

6-9

6-4

230 So. F Montreal, Quebec

205 Fr. G Greensboro, N.C.

Sixth Season At CSU

5

Jeremy Montgomery

6-2

195 Sr. Chicago, Ill.

G

31

Charles Lee

44

Aaron Pogue

5-9

160 Fr. G Milwaukee, Wis.

6-9

Head Coach

270 Sr. Dayton, Ohio

F

Gary Waters

271-206 Overall (16 Yrs.) 100-71 at CSU (6th year) 2011-12 Men’s Basketball


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OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

TV

November Wed. Sun. Tues. Fri. Tues. Fri. Sat. Sun.

9 13 15 18 22 25 26 27

JOHN CARROLL (Exh.) at Vanderbilt $ RIO GRANDE ST. BONAVENTURE at Kent State vs. Boston University $ vs. Hofstra $ at Rhode Island $

Wolstein Center Nashville, Tenn. Wolstein Center Wolstein Center Kent, Ohio Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I.

7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m.

December Thurs. Sat. Thurs. Sat. Mon. Thurs. Wed. Sat.

1 3 8 10 19 22 28 31

at Wright State * at Detroit * at Robert Morris AKRON at South Florida SAM HOUSTON STATE at Toledo YOUNGSTOWN STATE *

Fairborn, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Moon Township, Pa. Wolstein Center Tampa, Fla. Wolstein Center Toledo, Ohio Wolstein Center

7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

January Thurs. Sat. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Sat.

5 7 13 15 20 22 28

UIC * LOYOLA * at Butler * at Valparaiso * GREEN BAY * MILWAUKEE * at Youngstown State *

Wolstein Center Wolstein Center Indianapolis, Ind. Valparaiso, Ind. Wolstein Center Wolstein Center Youngstown, Ohio

7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:35 p.m. TBA 2:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

HLN HLN/GOTW ESPNU HLN ESPNU HLN HLN

February Fri. Sun. Thurs. Sat. Tues. Sat. Tues. Thurs. Sat.

3 5 9 11 14 18 21 23 25

at Loyola * at UIC * VALPARAISO * BUTLER * at Milwaukee * BRACKETBUSTERS at Green Bay * DETROIT * WRIGHT STATE *

Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Wolstein Center Wolstein Center Milwaukee, Wis. Wolstein Center Green Bay, Wis. Wolstein Center Wolstein Center

9:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. TBA 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

ESPNU HLN HLN ESPN/ESPN2 HLN HLN HLN HLN HLN

Tues.

28

2012 Horizon League Championship First round at Campus Sites

7:00 p.m.

March Fri. Sat. Tues.

2 3 6

Second Round Semifinals Championship

TBA TBA TBA

Site TBA Site TBA Site TBA

All Times are Eastern * Denotes Horizon League game $ Denotes Ticket City Legends Classic game

ESPNU HLN HLN

HLN HLN HLN HLN HLN

ESPNU ESPN


JJEREMY EREMY MONT MONTGOMERY|Sr. T RY| Sr.

AARON AAR RO POGUE|Sr. GUEE|Sr.

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2011-12 Men's Basketball Media Guide  

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