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➤ UNSELFISH, TOUGH TEAM BASKETBALL ➤ CHALLENGING SCHEDULE INCLUDING GAMES AGAINST NATIONAL POWERS UCLA, CALIFORNIA AND VIRGINIA TECH

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➤ COMMITTED TEAMMATES WITH GREAT CHARACTER

➤ STRONG LEADERSHIP FROM RETURNING PLAYERS PLUS AN INFLUX OF TALENTED NEWCOMERS ➤ GAME DAY EXCITEMENT ➤ EXCITED AND KNOWLEDGEABLE FANS

DATHAN LYLES "With the veteran players and the newcomers arriving, we think we have the opportunity to be successful this year. We're hoping everybody comes out to watch us at The Matadome in 2010-11." BOBBY BRASWELL HEAD COACH


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The History of Matador Basketball Head Coach Bobby Braswell Assistant Coaches/Support Staff 2010-11 Outlook 2010-11 Roster Raymond Cody Lenny Daniel Aaron Henson Michael Lizarraga Dathan Lyles Vinnie McGhee Rashaun McLemore Bryce Smith Frankie Eteuati Josh Greene John Hayward-Mayhew Stephan Hicks Thomas Jacobs Alle Jiles IV Jordan Mitchell Aqeel Quinn Lonnie Watson Radio/Television Roster

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2009-10 Statistics/Year in Review 2009-10 Game-By-Game Scores 2009-10 Box Scores Year-by-Year Results Record Season-by-Season Scores vs Opponents Matador All-Americans The Matadome Record Book - Team Record Book - Points Record Book - Field Goals Record Book - 3-point Field Goals Record Book - Free Throws Record Book - Rebounds Record Book - Assists Record Book - Steals Record Book - Blocks Record Book - Minutes Record Book - Games/Fouls Matador Letterwinners Conference Honors Matador Team Awards

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Matador Administration Media Information Staff Directory Athletic Training/Strength & Conditioning The Northridge Community This is Cal State Northridge Prominent Alumni A History of Success Hall of Fame

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GREAT TEAMS ... GREAT COACHES ... GREAT PLAYERS THE TRADEMARKS OF

MATADOR BASKETBALL BY BOB VAZQUEZ, ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR [MEDIA RELATIONS]

NORTHRIDGE, CA – DURING HIS TENURE AS HEAD basketball coach at Cal State Northridge, Bobby Braswell has been a part of many memorable wins, coached many outstanding players, and has been mentor to many student-athletes who have graduated and gone on to successful careers in life. As Cal State Northridge embarks on its 53nd season of intercollegiate basketball in 2010-11, Braswell is only the fourth head coach in the school’s long history of basketball, a tribute to the stability of the program. Along the way, Braswell, a 1985 CSUN graduate, distinctly remembers some of the great moments in school history. As he enters his 15th season at Cal State Northridge, Braswell has coached 418 games in his duties as head coach, and he still remembers certain games as if they had been played yesterday. For example, Braswell can recount, without reservation, his first game as head coach on Nov. 23, 1996, when the Matadors faced a vocal crowd of 13,066

fans at powerful UNLV. “I remember going to the game, and playing in front of a large crowd of more than 13,000 UNLV fans, more fans than any of the CSUN players had ever competed in front of,” says Braswell. “I told the team not to look at this game as an obstacle, but as an opportunity. That night, against a powerful UNLV team, our players went out and competed, and played extremely hard. We had a chance to win the game. In fact, we took the game down to the final possession, down by two points. We designed a play, but we turned the ball over and eventually lost (59-61). Even though we did not win, I was very proud of the team. It was a good beginning.” Perhaps Braswell’s biggest victory, and the biggest victory in school history took place on Nov. 21, 2000. On that night, Cal State Northridge played a non-league game at UCLA’s famed Pauley Pavilion. The nationally-ranked Bruins were heavily favored, but a trio of Matador players (Jeff Parris,

John Burrell and Brian Heinle) combined for 57 points to lead CSUN to a 78-74 victory over UCLA. What was significant, according to Braswell, was that the Matadors never gave up after being down 39-32 at halftime. “That Matador team was a very confident group,” recalls Braswell. “We were a veteran group that played well together. We had great players including Jeff Parris, Brian Heinle, Carl Holmes, Marco McCain and Markus Carr, who I thought was probably the best point guard in the Western United States that year. “We were a tough, physical team that would be going against a very talented UCLA team. The Bruins were nationally-ranked at the time, but in the end our team prevailed. It was a very special night. The national media picked up on it immediately. We were the lead story on ESPN and Fox Sports that night.” Braswell’s team in 2000-01 is regarded as the best team in school history. The Matadors cap-

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recruited a couple of my players at Cleveland High School, Adonis Jordan and Lucious Harris. Adonis eventually signed with Coach Williams and played on two NCAA Final Four teams at Kansas. Only a year earlier (1999-00), Cal State Northridge came close to securing its first Division I berth in the NCAA Tournament, but an 85-81 overtime loss to Northern Arizona in the championship game of the Big Sky Conference Tournament prevented that from happening, thus the Matadors ended the year 20-10. “2000 was a great season as well,” said Braswell. “We beat a very good Oregon team (7977) in Eugene before a large crowd, and also beat a good Fresno State team (69-66) before more than 10,000 fans in Fresno when Jerry Tarkanian was their head coach. But the loss in the conference championship game to NAU was hard to swallow. Our guys came back in the 2000-01 season more hungry and determined to win a championship.” The 2008-09 CSUN team was also very special. The Matadors captured the Big West regular season title for a second straight season, won the Big West Tournament title and advanced to the 2009 NCAA Tournament. The Matadors faced powerful Memphis in the first round of the NCAA’s. Memphis recorded a 81-70 win but Cal State Northridge fought to the very end.

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After the game, Braswell said “I don’t even know if I have the words to really say how proud I am of my team. This team showed a lot of heart and tenacity. We asked them to come out here and fight and compete, which we’ve done all season long, and obviously they came out here and did that tonight, I’m extremely proud of them.” A total of five Cal State Northridge teams have gained entrance into the NCAA Tournament. When Cal State Northridge was a Division II participant, three Matador teams earned tournament berths. The school’s first NCAA Tournament appearance took place during the 1977-78 season as Cal State Northridge chalked up a 22-7 record. Eight Matadors teams have earned league titles in school history, the latest coming during the 200809 season when the Matadors captured the regular sason title for a second straight season, won the league tournament and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in school history as a NCAA Divsion I member. As head coach, Braswell has guided Cal State Northridge to post-season play in each of his previous 14 seasons, reaching the conference tournament championship game on six occasions. Braswell’s accomplishments at Cal State Northridge are many. Braswell reached 100 career victories faster than any other coach in Northridge history.


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Braswell also has the highest winning (.517) percentage in school history. During its previous 52 years of basketball history, the Matadors have played 1,424 games, including games against several of the nation’s top teams. The list has included UCLA, USC, Illinois, Gonzaga, Notre Dame, Iowa, UNLV, Ohio State, Purdue, Tennessee, BYU, Utah and Memphis. Another significant victory in school history took place on Nov. 20, 2005 when the Matadors scored a 81-76 season opening victory over USC on the Trojans home court. Mike Efevberha scored a gamehigh 20 points while Jonathan Heard added 15 points in 28 minutes off the bench. “That was a special night,” said Braswell. “We had a lot of new players since we had lost quite a few seniors from the previous year. We didn’t know how good we could be, but again, I told the guys that this was another opportunity to do something special. The players responded. We defended really well. The team kept fighting, and we won a tough game on the road against a good Pac-10 school.” Throughout the years, many outstanding players have worn the uniform of Cal State Northridge. Braswell says he is proud that he has been able to coach them as players, and then see them mature

as productive citizens in the community after they graduated from Cal State Northridge. “The former players, I’m proud to say, still come around, and I am happy with their experiences here at Northridge,” said Braswell. “They speak fondly of the good times and the opportunities that Northridge has provided. Several players are currently playing professionally and some have moved on to great professional careers away from playing basketball. I am extremely proud of them all. No championship will mean more to me than to know my guys are happy and doing well in life.” In the previous 52 years of basketball at Cal State Northridge, the program has only had four head coaches. Paul Thomas coached the Matadors for five years (1958-63), followed by Jerry Ball for eight years (1963-71), Pete Cassidy for 25 seasons (1971-96) and Bobby Braswell for the past 14 years (1996-present). Cassidy, a member of the Matador Hall of Fame, still lives close to the Northridge campus, and attends games on a regular basis. Cassidy and Braswell are good friends. “Pete is great guy and a great coach,” said Braswell. “When I took over the head coaching job here at Cal State Northridge, I named the Coaches Award after Pete. We named it the Pete Cassidy Coaches Award as

a tribute for his many years of establishing the modern era of basketball here at CSUN.” Cassidy not only coached 25 years at Cal State Northridge, but he was also a star basketball and baseball player at CSUN. Cassidy, a 1960 CSUN graduate, was a member of the school’s first official varsity basketball team (1958-59) and baseball squad (1959). Cassidy was named the basketball team’s MVP following the 1959-60 season. Cassidy averaged 9.5 points per game during his two year career. The early years of Cal State Northridge basketball were rough. Because the Matadome had not been available until the start of the 1962-63 season, Cal State Northridge (known as San Fernando Valley State in the early years) had to play in several high school gymnasiums including Granada Hills, Monroe and San Fernando High Schools. Cassidy recalls that sometimes the team had to practice outside on the asphalt; sometimes even at night. The first Matadors game in school history was far from successful. On Dec. 1, 1958, Cal State Northridge dropped a 110-45 decision at Chapman College. The team won three games in its first season (1958-59), but a year later, tallied 14 victories. “Baseball was actually my first love, but I tried out for the basketball team and I was good enough to

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make the team,” said Cassidy, who was a pointguard who said his strength was to pass and handle the ball. “The only thing I remember from the first Northridge game was that Chapman had a very good team with a 6-foot-10 center.” Cassidy played with one of the early greats in Matador history, Jim Malkin (1959-62) who remains as the school’s fifth all-time leading scorer (1,292 points). “Jim was a great scorer,” said Cassidy, who said he did everything as a point guard to get Malkin the ball. “He had great hands, and also was a great volleyball player. He also played solid defense.” After graduating from San Fernando Valley State, Cassidy coached at Notre Dame High School for six seasons where the team enjoyed several highly successful seasons. In his final season at Notre Dame, Cassidy coached John Vella (former NFL lineman) and Tim Foli (former major league infielder). Then in 1966-67, Cassidy returned to the Northridge campus to become an assistant coach under Jerry Ball. That year, the Matadors chalked up a 17-9 record. His appointment signaled the start of a 31-year working relationship with his alma mater, six years as an assistant coach and 25 years as head coach. He also coached the freshman team and taught classes in addition to his assistant varsity coaching duties under coach Ball. Ball, who had a doctorate degree, coached the Matadors for eight seasons (1963-71) and retired following the 1970-71 season to take an administrative position at a university in Oregon. Cassidy assumed the head coaching duties during the 1971-72 season on an interim basis. The team won its first five games en route to a 16-9 campaign. Cassidy’s first game as a head coach took place on Dec. 1, 1971 which resulted in a one point victory, 86-85, at The Matadome. “Paul McCracken was the star of that team and

he later went on to an NBA career,” said Cassidy. “Paul was a tremendous athlete who we recruited out of Los Angeles City College. Paul could run the floor, play defense, rebound and could shoot.” Much of Cassidy’s coaching philosophy was developed by working summer camps for John Wooden at UCLA. At the time, the Bruins were not a major basketball power, Pauley Pavilion did not exist, and the Bruins played basically in a small bungalow. But there was something special about Wooden’s communication skills and his ability to teach the game of basketball. “Coach Wooden was always receptive to ideas that he solicited from the camp coaches, and he always imparted his knowledge as well. It was a great experience.” In 1977-78, Cassidy coached the Matadors to a 22-7 record, captured the league title (9-1), and was ranked seventh in the nation. The team made its first trip to the NCAA Tournament (Div. II). “That was probably my best team,” Cassidy said. “I really thought we had a chance to win the national championship that year. Larry Singleton, who was a very good athlete, was our leading scorer. He was a left hander who could shoot. Terry Miller was a 6-foot-5 point guard who actually played three years at Boise State before transferring to Northridge to be closer to home. We played strictly man-to-man defense and we were blessed with depth. We had a lot of good players. We played hard.” The following year (20-9), Cassidy produced another championship team that finished tied for first place in the conference and again advanced to the NCAA Tournament. “Another very good defensive team,” said Cassidy. Cal State Northridge returned to the NCAA

IMPORTANT DATES IN CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE BASKETBALL HISTORY December 13, 1958 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 73 LA VERNE 64 The Matadors recorded the first victory in school history. A member of that team went onto become the school’s winningest basketball coach, Pete Cassidy. November 30, 1963 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 98 CAL POLY POMONA 89 In the season opener (1962-63), the Matadors recorded their first home victory in their new home, The Matadome, with a nine point decision over Cal Poly Pomona. Paul Edmondson led the Matador attack with 30 points.

February 1, 1966 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 123 WESTMONT 117 Ollie Carter, one of the great players in Cal State Northridge basketball history, set a school record with 47 points as the Matadors scored a 123-117 victory over Westmont. Carter hit 21-of-31 shots, both school records. Carter added 15 rebounds in a game played at The Matadome. March 2, 1978 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 79 UC DAVIS 73 The Matadors recorded their first victory in an NCAA Tournament (Div. II) game with a 79-73 victory over the Aggies at the Western Regional at The Matadome. The seventhranked Matadors were led by Terry

Miller, Chuck Evans and Sean Coleman with 14 points apiece. Coleman collected a team-high six rebounds. Cal State Northridge led 39-30 at halftime, opened a 15-point lead in the second half and maintained a comfortable margin to the finish. November 30, 1999 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 69 FRESNO STATE 66 Cal State Northridge faced a formidable opponent when the Matadors faced Fresno State, a team that was coached by Jerry Tarkanian. Cal State Northridge faced a vocal crowd of more than 10,000 fans in Fresno, but the Matadors prevailed, 69-66. The Matador defense held the Bulldogs to only 34 percent shooting

and outrebounded the home team, 53-36. Jeff Parris and Hewitt Rolle combined for 23 rebounds, and also contributed 21 points. Brian Heinle led the CSUN attack with 25 points in 28 minutes of play. December 11, 1999 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 79 OREGON 77 Head coach Bobby Braswell always seeks the challenge of playing a Pac-10 school. On this night, the Matadors traveled to Eugene, Oregon, to face the Ducks of the University of Oregon. Again, the Matadors faced a tough, home crowd of more than 7,400 fans at McArthur Court, and again CSUN walked away with a victory. Four Matador players scored in double

figures led by Andre Larry with 23 points (9-for-12 shooting) along with eight rebounds and two steals in 28 minutes of play. Cal State Northridge hit 57 percent from the floor and collected ten steals in the victory over the Pac-10 opponent. November 21, 2000 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 78 UCLA 74 Cal State Northridge scored perhaps its biggest victory in school history with a 78-74 victory over No. 15 UCLA at Pauley Pavilion. A trio of Matador players, Jeff Parris (27 points), John Burrell (17 points) and Brian Heinle (13 points) scored 57 of the team’s 78 points. Parris added 11 free throws in 13 attempts, and garnered five rebounds as the


Tournament during the 1984-85 campaign when the Matadors chalked up a 20-10 record, and finished first in the league with an 11-3 ledger. “I have a lot of warm feelings about that team,” said Cassidy. “As the season went along, we got better and better. Mike Almeido was a great kid who was our leading scorer along with Tommy Ruetten who led the team in rebounding. We also had a former Marine named Wayne Fluker who possessed great leadership qualities. We had great kids including Pat Bolden, Dale Brandsberg, Mike Lopez, Rafael Meza and Larry White.” Cassidy can talk for hours about many of the great players he coached at Cal State Northridge. Mention the names of George Robnett, Cliff Higgins, Pat Bolden, Jack Dyck and Andre Chevalier (who played for Bobby Braswell at Cleveland High School) and the positive words flow freely. “Andre could shoot the ball, played great defense and was very strong,” said Cassidy. “Robnett still holds the school record for single game rebounds (24), but he was also a player who could shoot and jump. Cliff Higgins played hard and was a good person. Pat was very athletic. Jack Dyck was a lefthander who we played at the high post. He could shoot. He was an excellent player.” In 25 years, Cassidy produced a school record 325 wins, eight top three league finishes, and coached the Matadors to three trips to the NCAA’s. “I am so proud of the many players I had the privilege to coach,” said Cassidy. “I am also grateful that I was able to do what I wanted to do.” As Cal State Northridge begins another season of basketball, current head coach Bobby Braswell has a simple reminder. “The 2009-10 season promises to be a year filled with excitement and new opportunities. .”

Matadors battled back from a 39-32 halftime deficit. March 10, 2001 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 73 EASTERN WASHINGTON 58 The Matadors earned their first trip to the NCAA Tournament as a Division I member with a 15-point victory over Eastern Washington in the championship game of the Big Sky Conference Tournament at The Matadome. Senior Brian Heinle, the tournament MVP, dominated the game with 21 points (10-for-13 from the free throw line) while Markus Carr added 13 points. March 16, 2001 #12 KANSAS 99 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 75 Cal State Northridge played in its

first Division I NCAA Tournament game. The Matadors faced a powerful Jayhawk team that included future NBA players Nick Collison, Drew Gooden, and Kirk Hinrich at the Midwest Regional in Dayton, Ohio. Four Matador players scored in double figures led by Jeff Parris, who scored 18 points and grabbed ten rebounds off the bench. John Burrell added 18 points. November 20, 2005 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 81 USC 76 (OVERTIME) In the season opener, the Matadors stunned the favored Trojans at the Sports Arena as Mike Efevberha scored a game-high 20 points. Jonathan Heard added 15 points in 28 minutes off the bench. Cal State Northridge jumped to a 42-32

halftime lead, but the Trojans outscored the visiting Matadors, 3828, in the second half. However, Cal State Northridge dominated play in the five minute overtime, 11-6. Efevberha and Jayme Miller each collected a team-high five rebounds. November 15, 2006 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 159 REDLANDS 97 The Matadors shattered the school scoring record with 159 points in a 62-point win over Redlands. Cal State Northridge not only shattered the previous Northridge record for most points in a game (123 points vs USIU), but also broke the school record for most points by two teams combined (256). Other school records set in the win included field

goals in a game (62) and assists (43). The Matadors’ scoring total also broke the Big West record for most points scored in a non-conference game. Cal State Northridge also equaled the NCAA record for assists in a regular game with 43 (TCU, 1998) and the two teams combined for 65 assists in regulation, which tied the record set by Dayton-UCF in 1988. March 14, 2009 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 71 PACIFIC 66 (OVERITME) The Matadors, faced with adversity both on and off the court, played like champions in one of the most dramatic, highly-energized games in school history. Northridge recorded a 71-66 overtime victory over Pacific in the title game of the Big West

Tournament giving the school its second berth in the NCAA Tournament. March 19, 2009 MEMPHIS 81 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 70 The Matadors captured the hearts of the nation as unheralded Cal State Northridge faced the daunting task of competing against one of the nation’s elite teams, the powerful Memphis Tigers. From the opening tip, it was obvious CSUN would not be pushed around as the Matadors held a 9-2 lead just two minutes in. CSUN fought hard from start-to-finish but the power of Memphis prevailed over the the pride and passion of Matador Basketball.


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CAREER RECORD >> YEAR 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

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OVERALL PCT HOME AWAY NEUTRAL .483 7-6 6-8 1-1 .429 7-4 3-11 2-1 .586 9-3 6-8 2-1 .667 12-1 7-8 1-1 .688 13-1 8-6 1-3 .429 7-6 5-9 0-1 .483 9-4 4-10 1-1 .467 7-6 4-9 3-1 .581 9-2 7-9 2-2 .392 6-6 4-9 1-2 .452 10-5 2-11 2-1 .667 10-3 9-5 1-2 .548 10-2 5-12 2-0 .344 7-6 2-13 2-2 .517 123-55 72-128 21-19

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M in steals nationally in 12 of the last 14 seasons. During the 2004-05 season, Braswell's teams ranked second nationally at eleven steals per game, and have averaged 8.9 spg in his 14 years (3,420 steals in 386 games). The fortunes of the men's basketball team at Cal State Northridge improved greatly on April 30, 1996, the day it hired Bobby Braswell, a 1985 graduate of CSUN, to pilot its men's basketball program. Braswell is just the fourth head coach of the Matador men's basketball program in its 53-year history. Braswell's team in 2000-01 is regarded as the best team in school history. The Matadors captured a school record 22 wins, captured the Big Sky Conference regular season and tournament titles, became the first team in school history to earn a berth in the NCAA Tournament history (Division I) and captured the hearts of the Northridge community and the surrounding areas. On Mar. 10, 2001, Cal State Northridge gained an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament with a 73-58 victory over Eastern Washington in the Big Sky Tournament title game. "That was our goal at the start of the year, to win the Big Sky Championship and to make it to the NCAA Tournament," said Braswell. "On Selection Sunday, when we heard our name being called (Cal State Northridge), what a special moment it was for our program. That was big news not only in the Northridge community, but across all of Southern California and the nation. The media coverage was beyond belief. The Matadors enjoyed front page coverage." During the 2000-01 season, history was made as the Matadors walked into storied Pauley Pavilion and upset the 15th-ranked UCLA Bruins 78-74. The win marked Northridge's first-ever victory over UCLA and its first-ever upset of a nationally ranked team. For his efforts in leading Cal State Northridge to a championship season in 2000-01, Braswell was named Big Sky Coach of the Year. A year (1999-00) earlier, CSUN finished with a 20-10 record and Braswell became one of the hottest young coaches in America with back-to-back 20-win seasons. Wins at Fresno State and Oregon turned some heads, but they were only the beginning of what this young Division I program would accomplish. Braswell recorded a milestone victory during the 2002-03 season when he became the fastest coach in Northridge history to win 100 games with a 64-61 win at San Diego on Dec. 4, 2002. He won his 100th victory in his 181st contest. There was a new standard for which Matador basketball teams were measured after Braswell guided CSUN to its first back-to-back 20-win seasons in 21 years (1977-78 and 1978-79) and posted threestraight winning seasons (1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01) for the first time since the 1984-85 squad accomplished that feat. Prior to Braswell's arrival, the Matadors had never had a winning season in NCAA Division I competition (six seasons). Braswell's teams qualified for the Big Sky Conference Tournament all five years under his guidance, reaching the finals three times. The 1998-99 Matadors posted the first winning

season in over a decade as CSUN finished the year with a 17-12 record. Cal State Northridge finished the season ranked ninth in the country in scoring at 82.0 points per game. Braswell earned his first collegiate win on Nov. 27, 1996, with a 77-57 victory at home over Cal State Dominguez Hills. His first win came just one day after the death of his father, James Braswell, Jr. Braswell later earned his first victory over an NCAA Division I opponent at Pepperdine on Dec. 19, 1996, by beating the Waves 68-57. He later won his sixth game of the season (beat Eastern Washington 77-66 on Jan. 4, 1997) on the same day that his brother, Victor Braswell, passed away. Throughout his many years at Cal State Northridge, many outstanding players have worn the uniform of Cal State Northridge. Braswell says he is proud he has been able to coach them as players, and then see them mature as productive citizens in the community after they have graduated from Cal State Northridge. "The former players, I'm proud to say, still come around, and I am happy with their experience here at Northridge," said Braswell. "They speak fondly of the good times and the opportunities that Northridge has provided. Several players are currently playing professionally and some have moved onto great professional careers away from playing basketball. I am extremely proud of them all. No championship will mean more to me than to know my guys are happy and doing well in life." Braswell has an extensive background in coaching and recruiting. He served as the top assistant at the University of Oregon for four seasons (1992-93 to 1995-96). An accomplished recruiter, Braswell honed his coaching skills and was highly involved in all aspects of the Oregon program while serving as the recruiting coordinator. On the strength of the talent that Braswell recruited for the Ducks, Oregon compiled a 19-9 overall record (1994-95) and made the school's first NCAA Tournament appearance in 34 years. Oregon compiled its second-consecutive winning season in 199596 with a 17-13 overall record, the first back-to-back winning seasons at Oregon since 1986-87 and 198788 when the Ducks posted identical records of 16-14. Prior to his arrival at Oregon, Braswell spent three seasons as an assistant at Long Beach State (198990 to 1991-92). He helped the 49ers advance to two postseason appearances in the National Invitational Tournament. Due in part to his recruiting efforts, the 49ers advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 16 years, posting a 22-10 record in 199293. Long Beach State compiled a 52-38 mark during Braswell's three seasons with the 49ers, including a 23-9 record in 1989-90. Braswell got his start in the high school ranks before earning his first coaching stint at the collegiate level as an assistant at Long Beach. As the head coach of Cleveland High School in Los Angeles (1985-86 to 1988-89), Braswell won two Valley League titles and was twice named Coach of the Year. In his first two seasons, he guided unheralded teams to the City Section championship game. His

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HEAD COACH BOBBY BRASWELL

BOBBY BRASWELL, WHO IS ENTERING HIS 15TH season as the men's head basketball coach at Cal State Northridge, definitely has the program headed in the right direction. Enthusiasm for the Matador basketball program reached record highs two years ago (2009-10) when the Matadors captured the Big West Conference regular season title, captured the Big West Tournament crown, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. “I don’t even know if I have the words to really say how proud I was of the Matador team of 200809,” said Braswell. “This group showed a lot of heart, a lot of tenacity. This team will go down as one of the greatest in school history.” Three years ago (2007-08), the Matadors chalked up a 20-win season (20-10), the third time during Braswell's tenure that the Matadors finished the year with 20 wins or more. Cal State Northridge also captured its first Big West regular reason title - shared or outright - with a 12-4 mark. The 12 wins tied the Big West school record (12-6 in 2004-05). Attendance at The Matadome has increased dramatically in recent years. Ten of the largest crowds since the 2007-08 seasons have watched a Cal State Northridge game. Because of the team's success the last three seasons, CSUN was on television 22 times. That included games on CBS, ESPNU and Fox Sports Prime Ticket. In 2007-08 and 2008-09, Braswell earned Big West Coach of the Year honors. Braswell has coached 418 games in his 14 previous seasons at Cal State Northridge, and has produced a record of 216-202 (.571). Braswell has guided Cal State Northridge to postseason play in each of his previous 14 seasons, reaching the conference tournament championship game on six occasions. Braswell's teams have always played a tough non-conference schedule, allowing Northridge to have one of the toughest strength of schedules in its respective conferences (Big West and Big Sky) during the past 14 seasons. The list of top foes have included UCLA, USC, Memphis, Illinois, Notre Dame, Iowa, UNLV, Ohio State, Purdue, Tennessee, New Mexico, BYU and Utah. This year, the schedule is tough with the likes of Pac-10 powers UCLA and defending league champion Califiornia. Two years ago, under Braswell’s direction, the Matadors prided themselves on tough defense and a productive offense. In 2008-09, under Braswell’s direction, the Matadors were #1 in scoring (73.6 ppg), rebounding (37.1 rpg), field goal percentage defense (.419), 3-point field goal percentage defense (.327), rebound margin (+3.4) and steals (8.94 spg). Three years ago, the Matadors were #1 in field goal percentage defense (.419), rebounding (37.1 rpg), defensive rebounds (25.5), blocked shots (3.2 bpg), steals (9.2 spg, #15 in the nation) and 3-point field goal percentage (.307), and #2 in scoring (78.0 ppg), offensive rebounds (11.6 opg), assists (15.2 apg), and scoring margin (+6.9). Braswell's teams have been ranked in the Top 25


M TheMATADORS BOBBYBRASWELL teams were traditionally ranked among the top teams in the nation. Several of his players at Cleveland High earned NCAA Division I scholarships with six of them going on to Pacific-10 schools. A few of his more notable protégés are former collegians Eddie Hill of Washington State; Adonis Jordan of Kansas; Lucious Harris of Long Beach State and formerly of the Cleveland Cavaliers; Trevor Wilson of UCLA and formerly of the Los Angeles Lakers and the Matadors' former all-time leading scorer and former Northridge assistant coach, Andre Chevalier. Braswell was instrumental in building Northridge's first-ever team room and locker room. The locker room is equipped with individual wood lockers with engraved name plates, wall-to-wall carpeting, a player's lounge, and a big-screen television and VCR equipped with a hi-fi stereo system and a PlayStation 2. The team room was made possible by private donations, with the majority being funded by two of Braswell's former players, Harris and Bryon Russell (formerly of the Seattle Sonics). Harris played for Braswell at Cleveland High School when he was the head coach and then later at Long Beach State where Braswell served as an assistant coach. While assisting the 49ers, he recruited Russell. They have kept in contact ever since. "All of my former players are like family to me," Braswell says. "I love them all dearly. I really appreciate the fact that these two young men stepped up and helped us build a team room. It's just the kind of people they are and we're honored to have them in our family." Braswell is a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and the Black Coaches Association (BCA). He is also an active member of the community, especially within his church, Shepherd of the Hills, and as a member of the Board of Directors at the local YMCA. Braswell earned his bachelor's degree in English with a minor in African-American Studies from Cal State Northridge in 1985. He and his wife, Penny, reside in Chatsworth with their three children, Jeffrey, Christopher and Kyndal.

PILLARS OF BASKETBALL SUCCESS ACADEMICS > ■ HONOR AND INTEGRITY 1. Always give a good honest effort. Never cheat. 2. Abide by all NCAA and University rules and guidelines. ■ PREPARATION 1. Always have books and materials ready for class. 2. Always know when tests are scheduled and assignments are due. 3. Stay organized. ■ COMMUNICATION 1. Notify your instructors when you will be missing class because of team travel. 2. Ask for help. Tutors are available and required when needed. ■ WORK ETHIC 1. Go to class. Be on time. 2. Manage your time wisely. 3. Use Study Table time wisely. BASKETBALL > ■ WORK HARDER 1. Give everything you have. Play each possession like it’s the last. 2. Do the little things your opponents don’t want to do. Be scrappy. ■ PLAY SMARTER 1. Believe in the system. Let the system work for you. 2. Execute, Execute, Execute. 3. Take great shots, for you. ■ STAY TOGETHER 1. Play as a team. Be unselfish. 2. Encourage each other. Pick up the one who has fallen. 3. Never quit! Don’t ever give up. ■ BE COACHABLE 1. Listen and be ready to learn. 2. Don’t ask why, but how. CHARACTER > ■ CLASS AND INTEGRITY 1. Represent the program with class. Never do anything that will embarrass you, your family or our program. 2. Take a stand and do what is right! ■ RESPECT 1. Respect others. Treat people the way you want to be treated. 2. Respect yourself. Carry yourself in a way that would cause others to respect you. ■ HONESTY 1. Be a man of your word. Your word must be your bond. 2. Always be fair in your dealings with others. ■ HUMILITY 1. Be humble in victory. Be gracious in defeat. 2. Be confident yet not cocky.

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LOWE

ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON GEORGE FOX UNIVERSITY, 1985

Bob Lowe, a highly respected basketball coach on the collegiate level, joined the Cal State Northridge basketball program in 2009 as an assistant coach. His role with the Matadors will involve working with the team’s post players and other administrative responsibilities. Lowe came to CSUN with a tremendous amount of experience, having served as an assistant coach for 25 years prior to arriving at Northridge. Prior to his hire at Northridge, Lowe spent eight seasons with the Cal Poly Mustangs from 2002-09. During his tenure with the Mustangs, Lowe’s coaching responsiblities included roles as defensive coordinator, the conditioning and off-season workout schedule coordinator, and handling all team travel arrangements. Previous to his coaching tenure at Cal Poly, Lowe served as an assistant coach at Portland (2000-01), Southern Utah (1992-00) and at New Mexico State (1989-92). During his tenure at New Mexico State, the Aggies appeared in three straight NCAA Tournaments, and advanced to the NCAA “Sweet 16” in 1992. During his last three years at New Mexico State, the team chalked up a 74-18 record. That included a victory over a UNLV (1/8/90) team that had won the NCAA championship the year before. Lowe aided in the development of former New Mexico State stars Randy Brown and Reggie Jordan, who both played in the NBA During the 2006-07 season, Cal Poly chalked up a school record 19 wins, and advanced to the Big West Conference Tournament championship game twice (2003, 2007). At Southern Utah, the Thunderbirds were ranked #1 among Division I independent teams (1994). Southern Utah captured two American West Conference Tournaments (1995, 1996). In 1995, Southern Utah led the nation in threepoint field goal percentage. A 1985 graduate of George Fox University near Portland, Lowe began his tenure in the coaching profession as an undergraduate assistant (1983-85) before joining the coaching staff as an assistant coach at the College of the Desert (1985-89) upon graduation. Lowe also earned his master’s degree in Education Administration from Cal State San Bernardino in 1994. Bob and his wife, Kelli, have one son, Casey.

JAY

MORRIS

ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS, 2010

Jay Morris, who served the past two seasons (2008-09, 2009-10) as Director of Basketball Operations at Long Beach

State, was named an assistant coach at Cal State Northridge on June 22, 2010. While at Long Beach State, Morris' responsibilities included all day-to-day operations of the program, including team travel, film exchange and directing all basketball camps and clinics. Morris also served as the strength and conditioning coach for the men's basketball program. Previous to Long Beach State, Morris served as an assistant coach and strength coach at Westchester High School in 2007-08. The Comets advanced to the semifinals of the Los Angeles City Championships and went to the second round of the state tournament. In recent years, Morris was a personal trainer and founder of DREAM, which trained both athletes and individuals. Morris has worked with athletes at the high school, collegiate ad professional levels. Morris was a standout basketball and football star at Westchester High School. In 1998, Morris gained all-league and all-city honors as a quarterback. He played one year of basketball at Citrus College before transferring to Cal Lutheran. Morris played two years of football as a cornerback and punt returner. He played one year (2004) for the Bakersfield Blitz of the Arena Football League. Morris gained his degree in Kinesiology from Cal State Dominguez Hills in 2010.

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SPRINKLE

ASSISTANT COACH NINTH SEASON MONTANA STATE, 2000

Danny Sprinkle returned to the Cal State Northridge staff prior to the 2008-09 season and continues this year (2010-11) as an assistant coach. For six seasons (2000-01 through 2005-06), Sprinkle successfully served on the CSUN coaching staff as an assistant coach. His dutes included coaching the Matador guards, and assisting head coach Bobby Braswell with the team’s offense in addition to coordinating the recruiting. In Sprinkle’s first season (2000-01) at Cal State Northridge, the Matadors captured the Big Sky regular and tournament titles, and advanced to the school’s first appearance ever in the NCAA Tournament. That season, the Matadors scored a school record 2,650 points (22-10 record). After his initial coaching tenure at Cal State Northridge, Sprinkle moved on to become an assistant coach at Montana State (2006-07, 2007-08) where he gained undergraduate stardom as a player for the Bobcats (1995-99). As an undergraduate at Montana State, Sprinkle not only started all four seasons, but also helped lead the Bobcats to the Big Sky Tournament four times and twice led his team to the Big Sky Championship game in 1996 (scored 30 points) and 1998. Sprinkle, a three-time all-conference player, was named the tournament’s MVP as a freshman (1995-96) after helping Montana State claim the regular season and tournament title. Sprinkle is the Montana State school record holder with 263 three-pointers. His career three-pointers made still ranks fourth all-time in Big Sky Conference history. During his playing days at Montana State, Sprinkle shot

.418 (263-for-628) from three-point range (#6 all-time in MSU history), and .473 (529-for-1,118) overall from the floor. Sprinkle averaged 13.4 points per game (1,497 points, #6 all-time in school history). In 2006, Sprinkle was named to the Montana State Athletic Hall of Fame, the first year of eligibility. Sprinkle, who was born in Pullman, Washington on Oct. 12, 1976, enjoyed an outstanding career at Helena High School in Montana. His basketball career included being named all-state twice. Sprinkle also competed in football (all-state as a wide receiver) and track (all-state in the hurdles) at Helena High School where he graduated in 1995. Sprinkle graduated from Montana State in 2000 with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Enhancement.

LIOR

SCHWARTZBERG DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS SECOND SEASON UCLA, 2008

Lior Schwartzberg joined the Cal State Northridge basketball program as the Director of Basketball Operations in 2009-10. Schwartzberg hails from the University of California, Irvine, where he served as Video Coordinator for the Anteaters during the 2008-09 season. His responsibilities also included coordinating of the film exchange program, preparing film presentations, and monitoring and performing daily logistical operations. Following his tenure at UCI, Schwartzberg also served several months as the Director of Basketball Operations for Double Pump Basketball. His responsibilities were extensive including arranging team travel for players, managing team uniform and equipment orders, conducting daily basketball operation tasks, and recruiting potential players. Schwartzberg has also worked at numerous camps including those at Stanford, UCLA, UCLA Elite Camp, UC Irvine, Santa Clara, UC Santa Barbara, the Ben Howland Basketball Camp, the West Coast All-Star Camp, and the Tom Asbury Camps at Pepperdine. Schwartzberg also has extensive coaching experience. His coaching responsibilities have included being a five-year varsity assistant; three years at The Brentwood School in Los Angeles and two years at Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo. He also served as head frosh coach at The Brentwood School, and head sophomore coach at Capistrano Valley High School. During his tenure at both schools, Schwartzberg helped both schools reach the CIF playoff all five years. Schwartzberg, who graduated from UCLA in 2008 with a Philosophy degree, served as a scout team player for the UCLA women’s basketball program from 2005-08.

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TEN NEW PLAYERS JOIN CSUN BASKETBALL, INCLUDING EIGHT FRESHMEN WITH EIGHT FRESHMAN ENTERING THE MATADOR BASKETBALL PROGRAM IN 2010-11, BOBBY BRASWELL WILL BE COACHING HIS YOUNGEST TEAM AS HE BEGINS HIS 15TH SEASON AS HEAD COACH WITH THE MATADORS. - BY BOB VAZQUEZ, ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR [MEDIA RELATIONS] Northridge, Calif. – Previous to the 2010-11 basketball season, Cal State Northridge heavily recruited junior college talent to compete for the Matadors on the NCAA Division I level. The strategy worked to a high degree as the Matadors captured the Big West Conference regular season titles in 2007-08 and 2008-09, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2009. This year, that philosophy has significantly changed. Cal State Northridge head basketball coach Bobby Braswell and his coaching staff has brought in EIGHT freshmen players, and only ONE junior college player in addition to a redshirt player from 2009-10. The eight freshmen that enter the Matador basketball program this year are the most since Braswell started his CSUN head coaching tenure in the 1996-97 season. Prior to this year, Cal State Northridge had recruited only five freshmen from 2006-07 to 2009-10. Braswell inherits his youngest team in his 15 seasons as head coach at Cal State Northridge, but

Braswell likes the idea of having a strong group of freshmen that will be in the Northridge basketball program for four collegiate seasons. The last time the Matadors enjoyed a solid group of four-year players it included Calvin Chitwood (2004-08), Rob Haynes (2005-09) and Jonathan Heard (2004-08). The names of Chitwood, Haynes and Heard are all remembered for their successful contribution to the Matador basketball program. Their names are prominently mentioned in the school record book. “Anytime you have eight freshmen plus a few other new players, it poses a challenge,” said Braswell. “But we feel really good about these young players. We know they will work hard and have an excellent future in the program so we think it’s worth the effort and the energy to invest in these young players now. Our goal is to improve and progress as the season moves along.” Combine the eight freshmen, plus a talented group of six veteran players, one redshirt player and a junior college player, and it adds up a 17-man roster that will provide a highly competitive atmosphere

for playing time. Seven lettermen, including six seniors, will provide leadership for a daunting schedule that includes Pac-10 contenders UCLA and California to start the season and inclusion in the prestigious 76 Classic in late November. “The people we have coming back have done a great job of integrating the young guys (eight freshmen) into the program which includes getting them adjusted into how we do things in the Northridge basketball program,” said Braswell. “The veteran players have told the younger guys how to play hard and work hard in order to succeed at the Division I level. This is a very close group. The entire team does a lot of things together. This team has a strong desire to work hard and win at this level.” Lenny Daniel (6-7, 205, Senior) is the team’s top returning player. Last year, the honorable mention All-Big West player established his name based on his efforts as a shot blocker and rebounder. Daniel broke the school record for single season blocks with 44 that also led the Big West Conference. In

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three games, Daniel tallied five blocks, one short of the school record. On the rebounding end, Daniel led the Matadors last year at 7.8 boards per game, third-best in the conference. In 20 of the team’s 32 games, Daniel led the Matadors in rebounding. Daniel will now be asked to increase his scoring average from a year ago. Daniel averaged 11.7 ppg in 2009-10, second-best on the team. In 20 games, Daniel scored in double-figures, and had 20 or more points in five games. Daniel tallied double-doubles (points-rebounds) in eight games, second-best in the league. “For Lenny (Daniel), it has never been a question about his ability on the court,” remarked Braswell. “Off the court, Lenny has stepped up and truly has been a leader for us. I’m proud of what I have seen of Lenny this year.” Other seniors who will provide leadership on-andoff the court are shooting guard Raymond Cody (6-5, 190, Senior), guard/forward Rashaun McLemore (6-5, 205, Senior), forward Michael Lizarraga (6-7, 230, Senior), guard Dathan Lyles (5-11, 175, Senior), and forward Aaron Henson (6-6, 230, Senior). Cody has the potential to be an outstanding three-point shooter (18 points, 4 three-pointers against UC Riverside), McLemore is 100 percent healthy after being bothered by a back injury last season, Lizarraga started eight games last year and provides strength under the boards, Lyles will see quality time at point-guard, and Henson provides strength along the front line. Junior guard Vinnie McGhee (5-10, 165, Junior) provides CSUN added strength at point-guard. McGhee started seven games last year at the point. McGhee has shown his ability to score, particularly from the outside. McGhee scored in double-digits in 12 games including a 22-point effort against Seattle. McGhee’s team-leading 53 three-pointers (1.7 per game) ranked ninth in the Big West Conference. Bryce Smith (6-5, 205, RS Sophmore) redshirted last year after transferring from San Diego State. Smith will have three years of eligibility. The newcomers are Frankie Eteuati (6-10, 185,

Forward), Joshua Greene (6-0, 175, Guard), Stephan Hicks (6-5, 180, Guard/Forward), Thomas Jacobs (67, 205, Forward), Allen Jiles IV (6-4, 190, Guard/Forward), Jordan Mitchell (6-8, 185, Forward). Aqeel Quinn (6-4, 190, Guard) and Lonnie Watson (6-4, 190, Guard/Forward). The only newcomer who isn’t a freshman is junior college transfer John Hayward-Mayhew (6-8, 220, Forward). “There will be a lot of coaching and teaching this year,” said Braswell. “We’ll have to show a lot of patience but I like the energy of this team. I like the fact they are listening and are coachable. We have a tough schedule so it will be important to keep this young group together.” Challenging is always the description of the CSUN basketball schedule, and this year is no exception. The Matadors open the regular season with games at UCLA (Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m.) and at Pac10 champion California (Nov. 16, 7:30 p.m.). After the home opener against Vanguard (Nov. 20, 2:00 p.m.), the Matadors delve into a most challenging tournament, the 76 Classic on Nov. 25-28 at the Anaheim Convention Center. CSUN’s first round opponent will be ACC power Virginia Tech (Nov. 25, 11:00 a.m.). The Matadors will play three games in the 76 Classic. Five of the eight teams in the 76 Classic participated in post-season play (NCAA Tournament or NIT) last year. “We have another challenging schedule in front of us but we are actually pretty excited about the opportunity,” said Braswell. “It’s an opportunity to have our young team play on the road in some big arenas against some great basketball teams. Our philosophy has always been to play a tough preseason schedule that will help us when we start playing our conference games. We look at the schedule as an opportunity, not an obstacle.” The Big West Conference season starts on Dec. 28 at home against league contender Pacific (7:05 p.m.) followed by another Big West home contest on Dec. 30 against UC Davis (7:30 p.m.). Let the games begin!!!

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MEET THE TEAM ALPHABETICAL ROSTER & PRONUNCIATION KEY >> NO NAME

PRONUNCIATION

21

Raymond Cody

5

Lenny Daniel

4

Frankie Eteuati

0

Joshua Greene

43

John Hayward-Mayhew

22

Aaron Henson

20

Stephan Hicks

12

Thomas Jacobs

24

Allen Jiles IV

42

Michael Lizarraga

Liz-a-rah-ga

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Dathan Lyles

day-THUN

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Vinnie McGhee

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Rashaun McLemore Rah-shawn

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Jordan Mitchell

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Aqeel Quinn

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Bryce Smith

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Lonnie Watson

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[TOP ROW, L-R] - Assistant Coach Bob Lowe, Assistant Coach Jay Morris, Assistant Coach Danny Sprinkle, Stephan Hicks (20), Michael Lizarraga (42), Frankie Eteuati (4), Lenny Daniel (5), Head Coach Bobby Braswell, John Hayward-Mayhew (43), Jordan Mitchell (33), Thomas Jacobs (12), Aaron Henson (22), Basketball Operations Director Lior Schwartzberg, Joseph Farias (Athletic Student Trainer), Steve Grech (Director of Sports Medicine) [BOTTOM ROW, L-R)] - Alex Sandoval (Manager), Carlos Miranda (Manager), Lonnie Watson (14), Allen Jiles IV (24), Dathan Lyles (10), Rashaun McLemore (2), Vinnie McGhee (11), Aqeel Quinn (3), Raymond Cody (21), Bryce Smith (25), Josh Greene (0), Jordan Williams (Manager), Spenser Patterson (Manager) Not Shown - Meisha Cavaye (Student Video Coordinator), Piccolo O’Campo (Volunteer Video Coordinator)

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WT

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EXP

HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL)

G

6-0

175

Fr.

HS

Lakeview Terrace, Ca. (Community Charter HS)

G/F

6-5

205

Sr.

1V

Richmond, Va. (Mt. Zion Prep/Frank Phillips JC)

0

Joshua Greene

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2

Rashaun McLemore

3

Aqeel Quinn

G

6-4

190

Fr.

HS

Lawndale, Ca. (Leuzinger HS)

[SENIORS] Raymond Cody, Lenny Daniel, Aaron Henson, Michael Lizarraga, Dathan Lyles, Rashaun McLemore

4

Frankie Eteuati

F

6-10

185

Fr.

HS

Los Angeles, Ca. (Cathedral HS)

5

Lenny Daniel

F

6-8

205

Sr.

1V

Richmond, Va. (Mr. Zion Prep/Coffeyville JC)

10 Dathan Lyles

G

5-11

175

Sr.

1V

Lima, OH (Lima Sr. HS/Salt Lake City CC)

[JUNIORS] John Hayward-Mayhew, Vinnie McGhee,

11 Vinnie McGhee

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5-10

165

Jr.

1V

Oakland, Ca (McClymonds HS/Sac. St.)

12 Thomas Jacobs

F

6-7

205

Fr.

HS

San Diego, Ca. (Scripps Ranch HS)

[REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE] Bryce Smith

14 Lonnie Watson

G/F

6-4

190

Fr.

HS

Paso Robles, Ca. (Paso Robles HS)

20 Stephan Hicks

G/F

6-5

180

Fr.

HS

Thousand Oaks, Ca. (Agoura HS/National College Prep)

[FRESHMAN] Frankie Eteuati, Joshua Greene, Stephan Hicks, Thomas Jacobs, Allen Jiles IV, Jordan Mitchell, Aqeel Quinn, Lonnie Watson

21 Raymond Cody

G

6-5

190

Sr.

1V

Lancaster, CA (Ant. Valley HS/Ant. Vly JC)

F

6-6

230

Sr.

1V

Corona, CA (Santiago HS/Ant. Valley JC)

24 Allen Jiles IV

G/F

6-4

190

Fr.

HS

Los Angeles, Ca. (Lynwood HS)

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25 Bryce Smith

G/F

6-5

205 RS So.

RS

Woodland Hills, Ca (Taft HS/San Diego St.)

F

6-8

185

Fr.

HS

Gardena, Ca. (Junipero Serra HS)

[GUARDS/FORWARDS] Raymond Cody, Joshua Greene, Stephan Hicks, Allen Jiles IV, Dathan Lyles, Vinnie McGhee, Rashaun McLemore, Aqeel Quinn, Bryce Smith, Lonnie Smith [FORWARDS/CENTERS] Lenny Daniel, Frankie Eteuati, John HaywardMayhew, Aaron Henson, Thomas Jacobs, Michael Lizarraga, Jordan Mitchell

22 Aaron Henson

33 Jordan Mitchell 42 Mike Lizarraga

F

6-7

230

Sr.

3V

Dixon, Ca (California School For The Deaf)

43 John Hayward-Mayhew

F

6-8

220

Jr.

JC

Eugene, Or. (South Eugene HS/Salt Lake CC)

Head Coach: Bobby Braswell (Cal State Northridge, 1985), 15th Season Assistant Coach: Bob Lowe (George Fox University, 1985), Second Season Assistant Coach: Jay Morris (Cal State Dominguez Hills, 2010), First Season Assistant Coach: Danny Sprinkle (Montana State, 2000), Ninth Season Assistant Coach: Director of Basketball Operations: Lior Schwartzberg (UCLA, 2008), Second Season

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RAYMONDCODY 2009-10 SEASON A starter in 15 games including five of the last eight games ... Scored in double figures in seven games including a season-high 18 points at UC Riverside (2/4/10) ... Averaged 4.7 points and 2.1 rebounds per game ... Played in 32 games, second-best for a single season in school history.

ANTELOPE VALLEY COLLEGE Helped the team to 47 victories in two seasons on the varsity …An honorable mention all-conference selection during his sophomore season … Averaged 12 points, six rebounds and three assists per game. … Scored a career-high 22 points (6-for-8 from three-point territory) in a playoff game during his freshman season … Garnered 14 rebounds in a playoff game during his sophomore season.

ANTELOPE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL An outstanding competitor in basketball and track & field … Helped lead the team to four winning seasons as a starter at shooting guard … An all-league and co-MVP during his junior and senior seasons … Helped lead Antelope Valley to post-season play in three of his four seasons on the varsity … Averaged 15 points, five rebounds and three assists per game as a senCAREER HIGHS > ior … During his junior campaign, averaged 16 points, four Points 18 at rebounds and three assists per game … Also competed in UC Riverside (2/4/10) the 400 meter hurdles and as a member of the sprint relay Field Goals 7 at teams … A state qualifier in track & field. UC Riverside (2/4/10) 3-PT. FGs 4 (2 games) MATADOR MEMO last time vs Drake (2/20/10) Parents are Nancy Stevenson and Clinton Cody … Has two Free Throws 5 at older brothers (Clinton Cody Jr. who is 26, and Anthony Cal State Bakersfield (2/10/10) Cody who is 23) … Roots for the Los Angeles Lakers … Lists Rebounds 0=6 (2 games) Kobe Bryant, Ray Allen and Brandon Roy are his favorite last time vs CSF (2/13/10) NBA athletes … Favorite actors are Bernie Mac and Martin Assists 4 vs Lawrence … Favorite actress is Nia Long … When he Idaho (12/3/09) watches television, it is tuned to NBA TV, ESPN Blocks 1 (4 games) Sportscenter, and BET … Loves lasagna, but stays away last time at UC Irvine from liver … Favorite band is Jagged Edge, and his (2/27/10) favorite solo artist is Ludacris … Chose Cal State Steals 3 vs Northridge because of the great opportunity to continue Drexel (12/18/09) his education and his athletic career … Listed his greatest Minutes 27 at sports moment when he scored a career-high 22 points (6Cal State Bakersfield (2/10/10) for-8 from three-point territory) in a playoff game for Antelope Valley College … His best friend from another college is Donald Johnson from Cal State Bakersfield … The best thing about being a student-athlete is “having another opportunity to lace up the shoes and compete” … The toughest thing about being a student-athlete is “keeping a healthy body” … His favorite pre-game ritual is to sleep, listen to his iPod, and watch basketball games … Raymond relaxes by playing video games, reading and calling his mom … His favorite website is “MySpace” … The most famous person he has ever met is Tone Loc … The person in history he most would have liked to have met was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. … Would like to switch places for a day with Kobe Bryant, so he could score a career-high 81 points, win five NBA championships, and play basketball at the highest level … Would like to have dinner with President Obama and Oprah Winfrey … If he was forced to listen to one CD the rest of his life, it would be – The Red Light District by Ludacris … If he had one million dollars, he would invest most of it, and give the rest of it to his parents and brothers … His advice to young people – be the aggressor in school, but conservative in the streets … According to Raymond, no one knows how much he can eat … The title of his autobiography would be “Changed Man” … Can’t imagine going a week without touching a basketball … The one possession he could not live without is his cell phone … If he could change one thing about the world today, it would be to change the prices of everything to the way it was back in the old days … His greatest hero – God in Heaven, God on Earth … Raymond says he respects the way God has sacrificed himself for the people of this world … Communication major.

GUARD // 6-5 // 190 // SENIOR // LANCASTER, CA

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2009-10 Totals

G-GS 32-15 32-15

FG-FGA PCT 50-153 .327 50-153 .327

3FG-FGA PCT 20-65 .308 20-65 .308

FT-FTA PCT 31-44 .705 31-44 .705

REB-AVG 68-2.1 68-2.1

TP-AVG 151-4.7 151-4.7

HI 18 18

PF-D 61-4 61-4

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BL 4 4

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MT. ZION CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Honorable Mention All-Big West ... Broke the school record for single season blocks with 44 (1.5 bpg, #1 in the BWC) breaking the old mark of 37 set by Tremaine Townsend during the 200708 season ... His 44 blocks are seventh-best for a career in school history ... Had five blocks (one short of the school record) in three games ... Had 19 blocks in his last seven games ... CSUN’s top rebounder (7.8 rpg), third-best in the Big West Conference ... The team’s leading rebounder in 20 of the team’s 32 games ... Grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds against UC Davis (3/4/10) ... Named CSUN’s Chairman of the Boards (rebound leader) ... Tallied eight doubles-doubles, second-best in the BWC CAREER HIGHS > ... Three of those Points 24 at double-doubles Washington (12/6/09) came in the last Rebounds 15 vs seven games ... UC Davis (3/4/10) Averaged 14.7 points Field Goals 9 at and 9.1 rebounds UC Davis (1/4/10) per game in his last 3-PT. FGs 0 seven games ... Free Throws 8 (2 games) Averaged 11.7 ppg last time vs Cal Poly (2/17/10) for the season, secAssists 2 in 3 games ond-best on the last time at UCSB (2/24/10) team ... Scored in Blocks 5 (3 games) double-digits in 20 last time vs Pacific (3/6/10) games, and had 20 Steals 2 (3 games) or more points in five last time vs UCR (1/14/10) games ... Scored a Minutes 36 (2 games) season-high 24 last time at CS Fullerton points at then tenth(1/16/10) ranked Washington (12/6/09) ... Hit 8-of-12 shots from the floor, and 8-of-8 from the free throw line against the Huskies ... Shot .480 (123for-256) from the floor, second-best on the team ... The team’s leading scorer in 18 games.

Gained numerous athletic honors at Mt. Zion Prep in North Carolina … During his final two years of high school, helped lead his team to a 54-13 record … Averaged 18.8 points, 11.7 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game.

COFFEYVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Averaged 17.5 points and eight rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game during the 2008-09 season in helping lead Coffeyville to a 24-9 record and their eighth conference title in nine years … Shot .608 (194-for-319) from the floor and collected 38 blocks, tops on the team … Named first team all-region and first team all-conference during his sophomore campaign … Named honorable mention all-conference during his freshman campaign … … In two seasons, scored 1,042 points. … Also helped the Ravens to a 50-16 record in two seasons … Averaged 16.5 points and 8.7 rebounds per game during his freshman campaign.

MATADOR MEMO Parents are Lenny and Wanda Wynn … Has three sisters (Tamika who is 23, Chareka who is 20, and Trinity who is 5) … Has one brother, James Daniel, who is 18 … Chose Cal State Northridge because of the area and his cool teammates … A big fan of the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings … Lists his favorite professional athlete as Kobe Bryant … Lenny would also like to switch places for a day with LeBron James … Favorite actor is Denzel Washington, and his favorite actress is Eva Mendes … Favorite television program is the Jamie Foxx Show … Enjoys watching the movies Paper Soldiers and Three Strikes … Always enjoys eating chicken, and macaroni and cheese ... The best athlete he ever competed against was UNC’s Reshawn Terry … The best thing about being a studentathlete, according to Daniel, is the travel … The worst part are the injuries and no time for yourself … Picked uniform #5 in honor of Kevin Garnett … Daniel likes the way Garnett plays the game … His favorite pre-game ritual is to listen to music … When he has time to relax, Daniel likes to sleep, watch television and play his XBox … If he was president of the NCAA for one day, he would give his team an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament … His favorite websites are worldstarhiphop.com, and nba.com … The most famous people he has met are Mike Epps and Amare Stoudamire … The person in history he would most liked to have met would have been the late Richard Pryor … Lenny would like to be stranded on a desert island with Alicia Keys … If he was forced to listen to one CD the rest of his life, it would be Gucci Mane’s Greatest Hits … He would buy a house and a Mercedes if he had a million dollars … His advice to young people is to stay in school … He says no one knows how much he sings all the time (or tries anyway) … If a movie were made about Lenny Daniel, Jamie Foxx would play the lead role … Can’t imagine going a week without listening to music … The biggest obstacle he has ever overcome was making it out of his hometown … His greatest hero is Amare Stoudamire … Lenny says he really respects Amare because “he came from nothing to be the man he is today.” … Communication major.

FORWARD // 6-8 // 205 // SENIOR // RICHMOND, VA

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2009-10 Totals

G-GS 29-21 29-21

FG-FGA PCT 123-256 .480 123-256 .480

3FG-FGA PCT 0-0 .000 0-0 000

FT-FTA PCT 94-159 .591 94-159 .591

REB-AVG 227-7.8 228-7.8

TP-AVG 340-11.7 340-11.7

HI 24 24

PF-D 82-2 82-2

AST 14 14

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BL 44 33

ST 17 17

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AARONHENSON 2009-10 SEASON Played in four games.

ANTELOPE VALLEY COLLEGE Averaged 11 points and five rebounds per game.

UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING (2006-07) Played one season for the Cowboys.

SANTIAGO HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead his team to a 22-6 record during his senior season and a second straight league title … Averaged 24 points and ten rebounds per game … A first team All-State MVP of his conference, and also an All-League selection.

MATADOR MEMO Born March 11, 1988 in St. Louis, Mo. … Parents are Sophia and Aaron Henson … Has one brother (Michael, 26) and three sisters (Saharra, Christian, Kayla) … Roots for the St. Louis Cardinals … His CAREER HIGHS > favorite professional athPoints 2 at lete is Michael Jordan … Denver (12/8/09) Denzel Washington is his Field Goals 0 favorite actor, and Halle 3-PT. FGs 0 Berry is his favorite Free Throws 2 at actress … A big fan of Denver (12/8/09) ESPN’s Sportscenter … Rebounds 0 Favorite movie is “He Got Assists 0 Game” … Loves to eat Blocks 0 macaroni, but stays away Steals 0 from olives … Aaron’s Minutes 3 at favorite rock band is 112, Colorado (12/22/09) and his favorite solo artist is Lil Boosie … Chose Cal State Northridge because it’s a “great school” … The best athlete he has played against is Dwight Howard … His best friend from another team is Brandon Dowdy at UC Riverside … Enjoys sports because of the opportunity to travel … His favorite pre-game ritual is to listen to music and zone out … His favorite website is lids.com … The most famous person he’s ever met was Denzel Washington … Would like to be stranded on a desert island with Halle Berry … Would like to switch places for a day with Bill Gates … If he could have dinner with any two people (past or present) it would be with his grandmother and grandfather … If he was forced to listen to one CD for the rest of his life, it would be “Savage Life” … The best advice he ever received was “never give up” … His advice to young people, “keep chasing your dreams” … The title of his autobiography would be “The Basketball” … Denzel Washington would be the lead actor if a movie were made of his life … His education is the one possession he could not live without the rest of his life … The biggest obstacle he ever battled was injuries … The one thing that always makes Aaron smile is “no class days” … His father is his hero … Major is Communcation.

FORWARD // 6-6 // 230 // SENIOR // CORONA, CALIF.

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2009-10 Totals

G-GS 4-0 4-0

FG-FGA PCT 0-2 .000 0-2 .000

3FG-FGA PCT 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FT-FTA PCT 3-4 .750 3-4 .750

REB-AVG 0-0.0 0-0.0

TP-AVG 3-0.8 3-0.8

HI 2 2

PF-D 1-0 1-0

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BL 0 0

ST 0 0

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MICHAELLIZARRAGA 2009-10 CSUN’s Most Improved Player ... The only deaf player competing in NCAA Divsion I basketball ... Lizarraga was the subject of numerous feature stories including the Los Angeles Daily News (2/4/10), Fox Sports Prime Ticket, ESPNU, The Daily Sundial, ESPNLosAngeles.com, mattbrownphoto.com, Channel 4 in Los Angeles and Channel 2 in Los Angeles ... Played in 31 games including eight starts ... Played his best game of his three-year CSUN career with eight points (4-for-5 from the floor) along with six rebounds, three blocks and 2 steals at then tenth-ranked Washington (12/6/09) ... Had a career-high seven rebounds in games at Western Kentucky (11/23/09) and at Colorado (12/22/09) ... Shot .529 (27-for-51) from the floor.

2008-09 Scored a career-high five points against Pepperdine (12/18/08) ... Scored his first collegiate basket with 1:14 to play at Stanford (11/18/08) ... Grabbed a career-high five rebounds in eight minutes of play vs Denver (12/9/08). CAREER HIGHS > Points

8 at Washington (12/6/09) Rebounds 7 (2 games) last at Colorado (12/22/09) Field Goals 4 at Washington (12/6/09) 3-PT. FGs 0 Free Throws 4 at Cal Poly (1/3/08) Assists 2 (3 games) vs TCU (11/16/09) Blocks 3 at Washington (12/6/09) Steals 2 at Washington (12/6/09) Minutes 20 (3 games) last at Colorado (12/22/09)

2007-08 Played in seven games as a freshman ... Scored four points and grabbed two rebounds in eleven minutes of play in the Big West season opener at Cal Poly (1/3/08).

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF

A standout student-athlete at the California School For the Deaf in Fremont, Ca. ... In addition to being a star on the basketball team, Michael also played football (tight end, wide receiver, quarterback) and baseball (pitcher, first baseman, outfielder) ... A threetime all-league player in basketball, and gained MVP league honors during his senior season in 2007 ... Also gained allleague honors (twice) in baseball.

MATADOR MEMO Born February 25, 1989 in Woodland, Calif. ... Parents are Cari and Tavo Lizarraga ... Lists his parents as his greatest heroes ... Chose Cal State Northridge because of its nationally renowned program for deaf students ... Has a younger sister, Natalie Ann Lizarraga (14) ... A huge fan of the Sacramento Kings ... However his favorite NBA player is LeBron James of the Miami Heat ... Favorite actors include Jim Carrey and Chris Tucker ... Loves Chinese and Mexican food, but will take a pass on seafood ... Can’t get enough of ESPN and ESPN2 ... Listed his greatest sports moment was when his school beat Head Royce School after 22 years ... One of his best friends, Robert Jones, plays basketball for the University of San Diego ... According to Michael, the best thing about being an athlete is keeping in shape, but the toughest part is the time commitment ... The person in history Michael would have most liked to have met would have been Martin Luther King, Jr. ... Recreation, Tourism & Management major. FORWARD // 6-7 // 230 // SENIOR // DIXON, CALIF.

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

G-GS 7-0 9-0 31-8 47-8

FG-FGA 0-3 6-8 27-51 33-62

PCT .000 .750 .529 .532

3FG-FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PCT .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 6-8 1-5 14-31 21-44

PCT .750 .200 .452 .477

REB-AVG 6-0.9 7-0.8 66-2.1 79-1.7

TP-AVG 6-0.9 13-1.4 68-2.2 87-1.9

HI 4 5 8 8

PF-D 3-0 2-0 39-0 44-0

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BL 0 1 8 9

ST 0 1 11 12

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DATHANLYLES 2009-10 SEASON (JUNIOR) Played in 24 games as a reserve point-guard ... Started five games.

SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Helped lead SLCC to the 2009 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national championship … Averaged 9.6 points and led the team in steals (78, 2.1 spg) during the 2008-09 season … His 188 assists (3.2 apg) were second-best on the team … Hit .374 (43-for-115) from three-point territory … Lyle’s scoring totals helped SLCC to a 31-6 overall record, and a first place finish in District “A” and Regional 18 … In the semifinals of the national championship tournament, Lyles scored 17 points in a 78-73 upset victory over top-ranked Chipola College … Although playing with a sprained ankle in the first half, Lyles played his best game of the tournament … Besides the 17 points, Lyles hit 3-of-5 shots from three-point territory, and collected two assists and two steals … In the national tournament opener against Shelton Community College, Lyles produced 12 points along with seven assists … His best point total of the year was a 19-point effort against Snow College … In a later game against Snow, Lyle produced a season-high nine rebounds … Had season-highs in assists (11 against Eastern Utah College), steals (6 vs Garden City College) and rebounds (9 vs Snow) … During his freshman season (2006-07) CAREER HIGHS > at SLCC, averaged 12.4 points … His 32-of-84 threePoints 8 at point attempts for .381 percent … Redshirted during UC Riverside (2/4/10) the 2007-08 campaign … Helped lead SLCC to a Field Goals 3 at 55-11 record in two seasons. UC Riverside (2/4/10) 3-PT. FGs 2 at LIMA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL UC Riverside (2/4/10) Averaged 16.8 points per game during his senior Free Throws 1 vs season. Texas State (11/17/09) Rebounds 3 (2 games) MATADOR MEMO last time vs LBS (1/28/10) Parents are Lehar and David Lyles … Lyles has nine Assists 5 at brothers and sisters all of whom have their first UC Irvine (2/27/10) names starting with the letter “D” (DeVida, Damon, Blocks 0 Demond, Devon, Danielle, Dramanye, Denzel, Steals 2 vs Deidre and Darcia) … Lists his favorite professional Cal State Fullerton (2/13/10) athletes as LeBron James and Chris Paul … Favorite Minutes 21 vs actor is Denzel Washington … Favorite television Pacific (3/6/10) show is First 48 Hours … Loves pizza but stays away from shrimp … Favorite solo artist is Drake … Chose Cal State Northridge because it was a great fit, and he has established a good bond with the coaches and players … His greatest sports moment was winning the NJCAA national championship at Salt Lake Community College … The best thing about being a student-athlete is “keeping your body in shape” … Dathan picked uniform #12 because of the ten kids in his family plus his mom and dad … His favorite pre-game ritual is to eat and relax … When he has time to relax, Dathan listens to music, watches television, and talks on the phone … If Dathan was president of the NCAA for one day, he would pay college athletes … His favorite websites are YouTube, Facebook, and Worldstarhiphop.com … The person in history he would most like to meet is President Obama … Wouldn’t mind being stranded on a desert island with loved ones … Would like to switch places for a day with everybody who plays in the NBA … Would like to have dinner with Meagan Good and Alicia Keys … If he was forced to listen to one CD the rest of his life, it would be – Tha Carter III … If Dathan had one million dollars, he would invest his money in McDonalds and houses … The best advice he ever received was “as long as you have Jesus, everything is ok” … His advice to young people – “All things are possible, and determine what you want to do in life” … The title of his autobiography would be “Struggle to Success” … Dathan can’t imagine going a week without talking to his mom or family … The one thing that always makes him smile – the opportunity to play basketball … His greatest hero is God … Pan African Studies major. GUARD // 5-11 // 175 // SENIOR // LIMA, OH

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2009-10 Totals

G-GS 24-5 24-5

FG-FGA PCT 12-38 .250 12-38 .250

3FG-FGA PCT 6-18 .333 6-18 .333

FT-FTA PCT 2-6 .333 2-6 .333

REB-AVG 21-0.9 21-0.9

TP-AVG 32-1.3 32-1.3

HI 8 8

PF-D 19-0 19-0

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BL 0 0

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VINNIEMCGHEE 2009-10 SEASON Winner of the Newt Meyers Sportsmanship Award ... A double-digit scored in 12 games ... That inlcuded a 22-point effort (9-of-10 free throws) against Seattle (1/11/10) ... Hit a team-leading 53 three-pointers (1.7 per game), ninth-best in the Big West Conference ... Played in 32 games, secod-best for a single season in school history.

2008-09 Due to NCAA rules and regulations, redshirted the 2008-09 season.

SACRAMENTO STATE (2007-08 SEASON) Captured Big Sky Conference Freshman of the Year honors in addition to being an honorable mention all-league choice ... Started 27 of 28 games ... Averaged 12.1 points (#2 on the Hornets) and 5.1 assists per game (142) ... Also among the team leaders in steals (38) and three-point goals (50) ... Earned a spot on the AllFreshman Mid-Major team by College Basketball Insider.

MCCLYMONDS HIGH SCHOOL A two-time first team All-Oakland Athletic League selection ... During his senior season, led his team to a 28-4 overall record, a league CAREER HIGHS > title, the northern California Division I championship, Points 22 vs and the school's first appearance in the state champiSseattle (1/11/10) onship ... Finished his senior season with averages of Field Goals 7 vs 15.8 points, five assists and 3.5 steals per game ... In Cal State Bakersfield addition, was named team MVP ... Also nominated as (11/30/09) the CIF Player of the Year ... As a junior, averaged 13.5 3-PT. FGs 5 vs points per game while leading McClymonds to an 18Long Beach State (1/28/10) 14 record ... Had the highest or shared the highest Free Throws 9 vs grade point average on the team all three of his years Seattle (1/11/10) on the varsity squad ... Received the team's academic Rebounds 6 (2 games) achievement award twice. last time at Seattle 91/19/10) Assists 5 vs MATADOR MEMO Drexel (12/18/09) Born October 8, 1989 in Oakland, Calif. ... Parents are Blocks 1 vs Vincent McGhee, Sr., and Jacquelyn Willis-McGhee ... Drake (2/20/10) Chose Cal State Northridge because of the coaching Steals 4 at staff and the environment ... Lists his favorite actor as Seattle (1/19/10) Denzel Washington, and Halle Berry as his favorite Minutes 34 vs actress ... Vinnie says that if a movie were made of Drexel (12/18/09) him, Denzel Washington would be the lead actor ... When he is relaxing, Vinnie says he listens to music (his favorite solo artist is Jay-Z), watches ESPN, and finds time to watch his favorite movies (Paid in Full/Through The Fire) ... Vinnie says he would like to switch places for a day with Jay-Z ... His favorite food is pizza, and his least favorite food is meat loaf ... If he could have dinner with any two people, they would be singer Alicia Keys and the late singer Aaliyah ... His greatest hero is Jesus Christ because of the sacrifice he made for his people ... The person in history he would most like to meet is the late Martin Luther King, Jr ... Vinnie says that if he had a million dollars, he would buy a lot of things, but also give a lot of money to West Oakland ... The title of his autobiography would be "The Life of Vinnie McBlast" ... His most embarrassing moment was when he checked into a game, took off his warmup top, and didn't have his jersey on ... He says he can't imagine going a week without playing basketball ... Is an avid fan of the New Orleans Hornets and guard Chris Paul ... His best advice to young people is "If you have a dream, shoot for it" ... The best advice he ever received was "Never give up!" ... Played for the Oakland Soldiers since the sixth grade, the same AAU team that produced current NBA All-Star LeBron James ... During the summer of 2007, Vinnie was selected to play in Europe with an all-star team consisting of northern California high school players ... Also played in the Sacramento vs. Bay Area Showdown which featured the finest high school basketball players in northern California ... Communications major. GUARD // 5-10 // 165 // RS JUNIOR // OAKLAND, CALIF.

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2009-10 Totals

G-GS 32-7 32-7

FG-FGA PCT 83-226 .367 83-226 .367

3FG-FGA PCT 53-150 .353 53-150 .353

FT-FTA PCT 22-27 .815 22-27 .815

REB-AVG 49-1.5 49-1.5

TP-AVG 241-7.5 241-7.5

HI 22 22

PF-D 44-0 44-0

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RASHAUNMCLEMORE 2009-10 SEASON (JUNIOR) CSUN’s Most Inspirational Player ... Was hampered by a painful back injury throughout the 2009-10 season ... Nevertheless played in 17 games, six as a starter ... Scored a season-high 14 points against Seattle (1/11/10) along with six rebounds, and another 14 points and five rebounds against UC Sana Barbara (1/30/10).

FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE During the 2008-09 season, McLemore led the Plainsmen in scoring at 17.6 ppg … Averaged more than 20 points during conference play … Started 24 of 28 games, shot .483 (174-for-360) from the floor, .349 (37-for-106) from three-point territory and averaged 4.7 rebounds per game … Also collected 63 steals (second-best on the team), 88 assists (#2 on the team) and blocked 17 shots (third-best on the squad) … Scored in double figures in 25 of 28 games played … That included point totals of 36 against Trinidad Junior College and 33 against NMMI … Also averaged five rebounds and five assists per game … For his efforts, McLemore gained all-region and all-league honors … Also named team MVP.

BALL STATE UNIVERSITY (2007-08) Began his collegiate career at Ball State University … As a redshirt freshman, started 17 of 29 games and averaged 8.3 ppg … Scored in double figures in seven games … That included double-digit games of 17 points CAREER HIGHS > against Illinois State, 16 against Akron and 15 points against St. Points 14 (2 games) last time vs UCSB (1/30/10) Joseph’s. Field Goals 5 (3 games) last time vs UCSB (1/30/10) MT. ZION PREP ACADEMY 3-PT. FGs 2 (2 games) As a senior, averaged 16 points, five assists and four rebounds per last time at WKU (11/23/09) game … His expertise was long-range shooting where McLemore Free Throws 3 (2 games) drilled 90 three-point field goals and shot over 40 percent from last time vs UCSB (1/30/10) behind the arc as a senior … A McDonald’s All-American nominee, Rebounds 6 vs McLemore helped lead Mt. Zion to a 20-10 record as a senior and Seattle (1/11/10) a ranking of 12th in the nation … Also played two years as a quarAssists 4 vs terback on the football team … A member of the 2004 state chamSeattle (1/11/10) pion Notre Dame Academy team. Blocks 1 vs Seattle (1/11/10) MATADOR MEMO Steals 4 at Parents are Ruth and Johnnie McLemore … Has one brother UC Riverside (2/4/10) (Johnnie Jr.) … Roots for the Boston Celtics … His favorite NBA athMinutes 23 vs lete is Paul Pierce … His favorite actor is Will Ferrell, and his favorite Seattle (1/11/10) actress is Lisa Ray … His favorite television show is The Game … A movie fan of “Above the Rim” … Chose Cal State Northridge because he wanted to experience life on the west coast … His greatest sports moment was winning MVP honors at the state championship game while playing for Notre Dame Academy … The best athlete he has played against is Josh Smith … His best friends from another college team are Melvin Goins (Tennessee), Joel Bankers (Hartford) and Deontay Twyman (Quinnipac University) … The best thing about being a student-athlete is the competition, according to Rashaun … The toughest part is “keeping up with the school work” … Would like to see more teams in the NBA … The person in history he would most liked to have met would have been Martin Luther King, Jr. … His favorite website is www.worldstarhiphop.com … The most famous person he has ever met is Bun B … Would most like to switch places with Bill Gates ... Would also like to be stranded on a desert island with Alicia Keys … Would also like to have dinner with Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell … If Rashaun had to listen to one CD the rest of his life, it would be My Brothers: JMAC … Rashaun would buy his parents whatever they wanted if he had a million dollars … The best advice he offers to young people – stay in school and work hard on-and-off the court … No one knows how much “I love my family” … The best advice he ever received – “Phillippians 4:13” … If a movie were ever made of Rashaun’s life, Terrence Howard would play the lead role … Rashaun says he can’t go a week without talking with his family … If he could change one thing about the world today, he would “make the economy better” … The one thing that always makes Rashaun smile is “hearing my mama’s voice” ... His greatest hero – my dad because he fights through adversity … major is undeclared. GUARD/FORWARD // 6-5 // 205 // SENIOR // RICHMOND, VA.

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2009-10 Totals

G-GS 17-6 17-6

FG-FGA PCT 24-51 .393 24-51 .393

3FG-FGA PCT 7-28. .260 7-28 .260

FT-FTA PCT 16-25 .640 16-25 .640

REB-AVG 32-1.9 32-1.9

TP-AVG 71-4.2 71-4.2

HI 14 14

PF-D 34-0 34-0

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BL 1 1

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MIN 250 250

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BRYCESMITH 2009-10 SEASON Redshirted by transferring from San Diego State ... Named CSUN’s ScholarAthlete of the Year ... During the Fall semester of 2009, Smith chalked up a perfect 4.0 GPA as a Kinesiology major.

TAFT HIGH SCHOOL During his senior season, helped lead Taft to a 29-4 overall record and a perfect 10-0 mark in the West Valley League … Taft won the city section title before losing in the CIF Division I regional semifinal … The Toreadors finished the 2007-08 season ranked #4 in the Los Angeles Times Top 25 and #4 in the state of California by MaxPreps.com … Was a McDonald’s AllAmerican nominee, a first team all-league pick and team captain … Also an honorable mention all-state selection for two seasons … Averaged 11.4 points per game during his senior campaign … Posted 13 double-figure scoring games as a senior including four 20-plus point performances … His top scoring effort during his senior season came against Los Angeles Manual Arts when he scored 25 in a winning effort … The team’s leading scorer (15.0 ppg) during his junior campaign … Also on all-league selection on the volleyball team.

MATADOR MEMO Born March 28, 1990 in Northridge, Calif. … Parents are Marty and Neal Smith … Has one sister (Kelley, 40) and one brother (Geoffrey, 22) … Enjoys watching the Los Angeles Lakers … His favorite athletes are Michael Phelps, J.J. Redick and Tom Brady … Also enjoys the acting of Mark Wahlberg, Vincent Chase and Eva Mendes … His favorite movie is The Sandlot, and his favorite television shows are Entourage, Prison Break and House … Enjoys sushi and eating Subway sandwiches, but will not eat fast food … Favorite musical artist is Ne-Yo … Transferred to CSUN from San Diego State to get a fresh start, be closer to home, compete in the Big West, and help the team go to the NCAA Tournament … His greatest sports moment was winning the city championship over Fairfax HS at the Los Angeles Sports Arena … The best athlete he ever played against was former UCLA guard Jrue Holiday … His best friends from another college team are Garrett Green (LSU) and Larry Drew (UNC) … The best thing about being a student-athlete, according to Smith, is the competition and the pressure to get better every day … The toughest part is “taking care of your body and preventing injuries” … If Bryce were NCAA president for one day, he would more clearly define “bubble teams” and clarify why certain teams get into the NCAA tournament … His favorite website is YouTube … The most famous persons he has met are Kobe Bryant, Will Smith and John Wooden … The people Bryce would most like to meet are Michael Phelps, Vincent Chase and Michael Jordan … would most like to be stranded on a desert island with Mia Nunez … Would like to switch places for a day with Tom Brady and Vincent Chase … Would like to have dinner with Steve Nash and Phil Jackson … If he were forced to list to one CD for the rest of his life, it would be “Ne-Yo: Year of the Gentleman” … If he had a million dollars, he would “try to save it in the bank, but probably end up spending it on food” … His advice to young people – “never give up, and do not let others limit your potential” … Bryce says in the eighth grade he was ranked #2 in the country in the high jump … The title of his autobiography would be – Work Harder Than The World … Mark Wahlberg would be the lead actor if a movie were made about his life …Bryce says he can’t imagine going a week without eating at Subway … Years from now, Bryce says he will still laugh about the time his girlfriend raced face first into a sliding glass door … If he could change one thing about the world, it would be “to end racism” … The biggest obstacle he overcame was “barely playing my sophomore year in high school, and becoming the leading scorer by senior year” … Always smiles when he sees his city championship ring … His greatest hero is Tom Brady … Respects Tom Brady because he is persistent and finds a way to lead and make plays despite not being the biggest, fastest or strongest … Kinesiology major. GUARD // 6-5 // 205 // RS SENIOR // WOODLAND HILLS, CALIF.

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ETEUATI

FORWARD 6-10 // 185 FRESHMAN LOS ANGELES, CALIF.

CATHEDERAL HIGH SCHOOL Averaged 22 points, eight rebounds, five assists and two blocks per game during the 2009-10 campaign to help lead Cathedral High School in Los Angeles (Ca) to a 17-12 record … Eteuati’s scoring efforts included 42 points against Redondo Union High School, 38 points against Loyola of Los Angeles HS, 26 points against Taft HS and 25 points against Serra (Gardena) … For his exceptional season, Eteuati gained first team All-League and All-CIF Southern Section honors … Also an outstanding volleyball player who led his team to the playoffs during his senior and junior seasons.

MATADOR MEMO Born October 19, 1991 in Long Beach, Ca. ... Parents are Kari Faithful and Frankie Edwards ... Has five brothers (Rico, Isiah, Luke, Noa and Owen) ... Rates the Pittsburgh Steelers as his favorite team and defensive back Troy Polamau as his favorite player ... Favorite actor is Will Smith ... Likes to watch Scrubs and lists one of his favorite movies as Training Day ... Loves to eat tacos ... His favorite website is Eastbay.com ... Chose Cal State Northridge because of the coaches ... Frankie says the best thing about being a student-athlete is being in shape, but finds running the toughest part about being an athlete ... His pre-game ritual is to listen to Jill Scott ... If Frankie was NCAA president, he would give Reggie Bush his Heisman Trophy back ... The most famous person he has met is Shaquille O’Neal ... Would like to switch places with Rob Dyrdek ... If Frankie was forced to listen to one CD for the result of his life, it would be Just Listen by Musiq Soulchild ... The best advice he ever received was “you get what you paid for” ... The title of his autobiography would be Decisions ... Will Smith would play the part of Frankie Eteuati if a movie was made of his life ... Can’t go a week without Hot Pockets ... His greatest hero is Rob Dyrdek, who he says gets to do what he loves for a living ... Would like to meet actress Sofia Vergara ... If he could change one thing about the the world, it would be to end racism ... Undeclared major.

#0 JOSH

GREENE

GUARD 6-0 // 175 FRESHMAN LAKE VIEW TERRACE, CALIF.

COMMUNITY CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL Averaged 19.8 points, 8.6 rebounds, 6.4 assists and 3.8 steals per game as a point-guard during his senior season at Communtiy Charter High School in Lakeview Terrace (Ca.) ... A left-handed guard who hit .572 (204-for-355) from the floor, an incredible .606 (140-for-231) from 3-point territory, and .869 (125for-145) from the free throw line ... In all, Greene scored a team-leading 595 points during his senior campaign ... In leading his team to a 28-6 record, a first place showing in league play with an undefeated mark and the “Free Lance CIF championship”, Greene scored in double-figures in every game ... In 20 of the 34 games, Greene score 20 or more points ... Started the 2009-10 season with 27 points against Leuzinger HS of Lawndale, 22 points against Horizon HS of San Diego, and 26 points against Carson HS of Los Los Angeles ... His best-scoring effort of the year was a 32-point effort (7-of-10 from the floor, 5-for-6 from behind the arc, and 13-of-14 from the free throw line) against Cienega HS of Arizona ... Gained numerous all-tournament honors ... Voted Most Outstanding Player on the Titans team ... Despite his size (6-foot-0), Greene grabbed ten or more rebounds in nine games ... In chalking up 6.4 assists per game, Greene had five or more assists in 26 of the team’s 34 games ... That included three games in which Greene collected ten or more assists ... His season-best assist games were eleven against View Park HS and Los Angeles Adventist ... In two seasons at Community Charter HS, Greene helped lead the Titans to a 59-12 record ... Voted Student-Athlete of the Year during his senior season.

MATADOR MEMO Born April 24, 1992 ... Parents are Celeste Williams and Steve Greene ... Has one brother (Seth) and four sisters (Jessica, Shavonda, Stephanie and Simone) ... Lists Kobe Bryant of the Lakers and Deron Williams of the Utah Jazz as his favorite NBA players ... Roots for the Lakers ... Favorte actor is Denzel Washington and his favorite actress is Megan Fox ... Watches King of the Hill ... His favorite movie is Remember the Titans ... Loves to hear the music of Drake ... Favorite website is espn.com ... Decided on Cal State Northridge because of head coach Bobby Braswell ... Enjoys playing basketball in front of large crowds ... The toughest thing about being an athlete is all the hard work and preparation ... Listens to his iPod and prays before a basketball game ... Relaxes by sleeping ... The best athlete he has played

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against is Jermaine Dansby (high school teammate) ... The most famous person Josh has met is Denzel Washington ... Would like to switch places for a day with Kobe Bryant ... Would like to have dinner with his deceased grandmother and Deron Williams of the Utah Jazz ... If he had a million dollars, he would give most of it to his mom ... His advice to young people - “work your hardest on the days you don’t feel like it” ... No one knows, according to Josh, how hard he has worked on his game and how badly he wants to be great ... Most people don’t know how musically talented he is ... The title of his autobiography would be - Just Do It ... If a movie was made about his life, Denzel Washington would play the lead part ... Can’t imagine going a week without playing basketball or working out ... His iPod is the possession he can’t live without ... The biggest obstacle he has overcome is proving everybody wrong ... Spending time with his niece always brings him a smile ... His greatest hero is his mom - “She motivates me to do my best.” ... Undeclared major.

#43 JOHN

HAYWARD-MAYHEW

FORWARD 6-8 // 220 JUNIOR EUGENE, ORE.

SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Averaged nearly eleven points and more than six rebounds per game during the 2009-10 season ... In helping SLCC to a 25-7 record during his sophomore campaign, Hayward-Mayhew led the team in field goal percentage (.544, 111-for-240) and a respectable 73 percent from the free throw line ... His scoring and rebounding efforts led him to allleague status ... Hayward-Mayhew was one of five players to average in double-figures in scoring ... Led the team in scoring in seven games including efforts of 22 points (8-for-9 from the floor) agianst College of Eastern Utah, and 19 points against Colorado Northwestern ... In eleven games, Hayward-Mayhew led SLCC in rebounding including 12 against North Idaho College and ten rebounds in two games ... Originally started his collegiate career at Missouri State but only played in seven games during the 2008-09 season before transferring to Salt Lake Community College.

SOUTH EUGENE HIGH SCHOOL A McDonald’s All-American candidate where he averaged 19.6 points, 9.4 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game during his senior season ... Helped lead South Eugene HS to the Oregon State Final-16 during his senior campaign... For his efforts, HaywardMayhew gained first team All-Southwest Conference honors and was invited to play in the Oreogn AllStar game ... His best games during his senior sea-


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Born October 14, 1989 in Seattle, Wa. ... Parents are Chris (mom) Hayward-Mayhew and Stan Mayhew ... Has one sister, Clarice Hayward-Lee ... Clarice ran track at the University of Oregon ... John’s father played basketball at Weber State ... Kobe Bryant is his favorite pkayer and the Lakers are his favorite team ... Favorite actor is Denzel Washington while Gabrielle Union is his favorite actress ... Likes to watch Family Guy ... Favorite movie is Blow ... Loves to dine on chicken parmesan but stays away from mushrooms ... Favorite band is Devin the Dude ... Chose Cal State Northridge because of the coaches, the team and the weather ... The best thing about being an athlete is being fit, according to HaywardMayhew ... Chose uniform #43 because his dad wore the same number at Weber State ... His pregame ritual is to listen to music and play video games ... Would like to be on a stranded island with Gabrielle Union ... Would like to have dinner with Devin the Dude and President Obama ... Would invest a million dollars if he had it ... No one knows how much John lives to surf the Internet ... The title of his autobiography would be - John’s Life ... If a movie was made about John‘s life, the lead part would be played by Denzel Washington ... Can’t imagine, according to John, going the week without food, music, basketball, the Internet and friends ... Can’t live without his cell phone ... People always make him smile ... Economics major.

Born April 2, 1992 in Los Angeles, Ca. ... Parents are Kim Kitchen and Charles Hicks ... Has one sister, Kristiaan Hicks, who is a student at Cal State Bakersfield ... Has three brothers (Kaelan, Keaton, Dylan) ... Lists Kobe Bryant as his favorite NBA player and the Lakers as his favorite pro team ... Will Smith and Angelina Jolie are his favorite actor and actress ... Always watches ESPN Sportscenter ... Clash of the Titans is his favorite movie ... Pizza is his favorite food but stays away from steak ... Favorite band is Young Money while his favorite solo artist is Lil Wayne ... Favorite website is nba.com ... Chose Cal State Northridge because it’s close to home ... Playing in front of crowds is the best thing about being an athlete, according to Stephan ... The toughest thing about being an athlete is time management ... Praying and listening to music are his favorite pre-game rituals ... Takes a vacation when time permits ... Basketball could be improved, according to Stephan, if there were more video reviews or challenges ... If Stephan was president of the NCAA, he could change the college football post-season from bowl games to a playoff system ... The best player he has played against was Tristan Thompson ... The most famous person he has ever met was Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic ... Would most like to meet Michael Jordan ... Would like to switch places for a day with Chris Johnson ... Would like to be stranded on an island with a lot of people ... Would love to have dinner with T-Mac and LeBron James ... Would invest in the stock market if he had a million dollars ... The best advice Stephan ever received was - work hard at everyting you do ... “Stay out of trouble” would be the advice Stephan would give to young people ... No one knows how much Stephan exercises ... Few people know that Stephan can’t swim ... The autobiography of Stephan Hicks’ life would be “Steph’s Life” ... Denzel Washington would play the role of Stephan Hicks if a movie was made of his life ... One possession he could not live without would be his iPod ... Years from now, Stephan will still laugh when he remembers his little brother singing ... Would bring peace to the world if he had an opportunity ... The biggest obstacle Stephan overcame was playing in front of large crowds ... His mom is his hero because of all the amazing things she does everyday, according to Stephan ... Business major.

#20 STEPHAN

HICKS

GUARD 6-5 // 180 FRESHMAN THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF.

NATIONAL COLLEGE PREP/AGOURA HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from National College Prep ... Tallied 18 points and six rebounds per game during his senior campaign at National College Prep in Los Angeles ... While at National College Prep, gained all-tournament accolades at the Hampton Inn Invitational ... Averaged 17 points, 9.8 rebounds and 2.1 steals per game during his junior season at Agoura High School ... Top scoring games included 32 points against Royal, 26 points against Newbury Park and Westlake, and 24 points in games agianst University HS and Village Christian ... Shot 57 percent from the

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son included a 37-point effort and a 16-rebound effort ... His 262 rebounds broke the South Eugene HS single-season school record ... Started all three seasons in high shcool ... During his junior campaign, Hayward-Mayhew averaged 15.4 points and 7.2 rebounds per game while claiming honorable mention all-conference and all-state honors.

#12 THOMAS

JACOBS

FORWARD 6-7 // 205 FRESHMAN SAN DIEGO, CALIF.

SCRIPPS RANCH HIGH SCHOOL An MVP at Scripps Ranch High School ... Gained allleague honors during his senior and junior seasons ... Helped lead the Falcons to a 16-11 season in 2009-10 ... Led the team in rebounds (8.7 rpg) and blocks (2.0 bpg) ... Gathered ten or more rebounds in eleven games including a season-high 15 boards each in games against Cathedral Catholic and San Ysidro ... Blocked five shots against St. Augustine ... Averaged eleven points per game ... Scored in double-digits in the last five games including 28 points against Cathedral Catholic and 23 points against University City ... During his junior season, aveaged 10.2 points and 4.3 rebounds per game ... Also played outside hitter and middle blocker on the volleyball team.

MATADOR MEMO Born June 18, 1992 in San Diego, Ca. ... Parents are Lisa and Lee Jacobs ... Has two brothers, Kyle and Brent (plays basketball at UC Santa Cruz) and one sister (Kendall) ... Enjoys watching the Chargers and the Lakers ... Favorite pro athlete is Kobe Bryant ... Favorite television show is Entourage ... Favorite movie is Inception ... Loves to eat chicken but stays away from fish ... Favorite solo recording artist is Wiz Khalifa ... Favorite website is Facebook ... His greatest sports moment was when he signed a college scholarship ... If he was forced to listen to one CD the rest of his life, it would be No Ceilings ... Would invest a million dollars if he had the money ... The best advice Thomas ever received was - “Do what you love” ... His advice to young people - “Always play hard” ... Most people don’t know that Thomas cooks ... If a movie was made about Thomas Jacobs, the lead would be played by Superman ... Thomas says he can’t got a week without exercising ... One possession he could not live without is his cell phone ... His dog always makes him smile ... Business Law major.

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JILES IV

GUARD/FORWARD 6-4 // 190 FRESHMAN LOS ANGELES, CALIF.

LYNWOOD HIGH SCHOOL A four-time all-league selection at Lynwood High School ... Averaged 13 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game in helping Lynwood HS to a 19-7 record during his senior season (2009-10) ... Tallied a season-high 22 points against Downey, and 19 points in games against Gahr and Precision (Az.) ... Tallied six steals against Warren HS ... During his junior campaign (2008-09), averaged 14.6 ppg in helping Lynwood to a 21-7 record ... Tallied top games agianst Bravo with 29 points, 24 points in games against Santa Monica and Santa Margarita, and 22 against Warren.

MATADOR MEMO Born October 5, 1991 in Modesto, Ca. ... Parents are Cassia and Allen Jiles III ... Has one brother, Everette ... Kobe Bryant and the Lakers are his favorite NBA athlete and team ... Favorite actor is Will Smith while his favorite actress is Angelia Jolie ... Fresh Prince of Bel Air is his favorite television show ... He Got Game is his favorite movie ... Chicken is his favorite food but stays away from peaches ... NWA is his favorite band while The Game is Allen’s favorite solo artist ... Favorite website is espn.com ... Chose Cal State Northridge because he wanted to play for head coach Bobby Braswell ... His greatest sports moments were when he dunked on a 6-foot-10 opponent, and scoring 31 points as a sophomore ... His pre-game ritual is to listen to music ... If Allen was president, he would have a tournament for coaches ... His supersitions include not walking under a ladder ... The best ahtlete he ever played against was Kenny Boynton ... Would like to switch places for a day with Kobe Bryant ... Would like to be stranded on a desert island with Meagan Good ... Two people Allen would like to have dinner with are Halle Berry and Meagan Good ... If Allen was forced to listen to one CD for the rest of his life it would be The Chronic by Dr. Dre ... If Allen had a million dollars, he said he would be the happiest man alive ... His advice to young people is to stay off the streets ... No one knows how much Allen loves the Food Channel ... Most people don’t know that Allen plays the drums ... The title of his autobiography would be - Best Kept Secret ... If a movie was made about Allen’s life, the lead would be played by someone who plays basketball left handed ... Allen can’t go a week without playing basketball ... One possession he can’t live without is his tel-

evision ... If Allen could change the world it would be the elimination of violence ... The biggest obstacle Allen had to overcome was almost not having his father and mother ... His nephew always makes him smile ... His greatest hero is his father who knows him best ... Communication major.

#33 JORDAN

MITCHELL GUARD 5-11 // 175 SENIOR LOS ANGELES, CALIF.

JUNIPERO SERRA HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead Serra HS to the California state Division II boys championship in 2009-10 with a 63-59 overtime decision over perennial power Bishop O’Dowd High School ... The Cavaliers were 35-2 overall, 5-0 in the Del Rey League, reached a state ranking of third, and 13th in the nation ... Averaged eight points, ten rebounds and four blocks per game ... For his efforts, Jordan was nominated as a McDonald’s High School All-American in addition to being an all-league, All-Daily Breeze and All-CIF Southern Section choice.

MATADOR MEMO Born January 2, 1992 in Torrance, Ca. ... Parents are Rhonda Baychue and Haven Mitchell ... Stepdad is Troy Baychue ... Has a brother (Troy, 18) and two sisters (Jade 13, Schannelle 22) ... An uncle, Reggie Howard, played basketball at UC Riverside ... An important part of his life is his aunt, Lisa Mitchell ... The Orlando Magic is his favorite NBA team while Magic Johnson is his favorite player ... Lists Wesley Snipes and Christian Bale as his favorite actors ... Watches “South Park” ... His favorite movie is The Last Dragon ... Lives to eat sushi but stays away from BBQ ... His favorite rock band is “A Tribe Called Quest” ... His favorite solo artist is Common ... His favorite website is spill.com ... Chose Cal State Northridge because of the coaching staff, the location of the school and the team’s style of play ... His greatest sports moment is winning the CIF title at Junipero Serra HS ... Jordan says the best part of being a student-athlete is “seeing the result of your hard work” ... The toughest part of being a studentathlete is “time management and the fact that your body aches” ... Wears uniform #33 because it is the uniform he wore in high school ... His pre-game ritual is listening to his iPod ... The sport of basketball would be improved with “better sportsmanship” ... The best athlete he has played against is JaVale McGee of the Washington Wizards ... The most famous person he has ever met is Denzel Washington ... Richard Pryor is the person he would most like to meet ... Would like to swtich places with Bill Gates ... Would like to be stranded on a desert

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island with Meagan Good ... Would llke to have dinner with Spike Lee and Christopher Nolan ... If he was forced to listen to one CD the rest of his life, it would be Finding Forever by Common ... Would like to buy his parents a home if he had a million dollars ... The best advice he ever received was “nothing is as bad as it seems, nothing is as good as it seems” ... Jordan’s advice to young people is to work hard, stay focused but have fun doing it ... No one knows how much he loves to watch movies ... One day Jordan aspires to be a comedian ... His autobiography would simply be titled “The Story of Jordan Mitchell” ... Taye Diggs would play the lead role if a movie was made about Jordan’s life ... Can’t imagine going a week without sports or exercise ... One possession he can’t live without is his iPhone ... Years from now, Jordan says he will laugh about all the times he made fun of his grade school teachers ... Would change the state of health care if he had the opportunity ... The one thing that makes Jordan smile are drawings of him when he was younger ... His greatest hero is Martin Luther King, Jr., who he says changed the world through non-violence ... Film major.

#3 AQEEL

QUINN

GUARD 6-4 // 190 FRESHMAN LAWNDALE, CALIF.

LEUZINGER HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead Leuzinger HS to the California Southern Section Division 1-A championship in 2009-10 ... Scored 13 points as Leuzinger raced to a convincing 58-39 victory over Santa Monica in the CIF championship contest ... Averaged 12.3 points, 4.2 rebounds, four assists and 1.3 steals per game during his senior season as the Olympians chalked up a 25-7 season mark ... Aqeel’s best efforts included 31 points, eight rebounds and seven assists against Washington HS, 25 points against Miracosta (Manhattan Beach) and 23 points and six assists against Centennial ... Earned first team All-Bay League and first team All-CIF Southern Section Division 1-A honors.

MATADOR MEMO Born December 10, 1991 in Santa Monica, Ca. ... Mother’s name is Deanna Quinn ... Aqeel’s favorite NBA team is the Oklahoma City Thunder ... His favorite NBA player is Russell Westbrook ... His favorite actor is Denzel Washington while Halle Berry is his favorite actress .. Watches Fresh Prince of Bell Air ... His favorite movie is The Wood ... His favorite food is BBQ chicken pizza ... His favorite band is Young Money while Jay-Z is his favorite solo artist ... His favorite website is Facebook ... Winning


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WATSON

GUARD/FORWARD 6-4 // 190 FRESHMAN PASO ROBLES, CALIF.

PASO ROBLES HIGH SCHOOL Averaged 19.1 points (team leader) and 4.3 rebounds per game during his senior season ... Scored in double figures in all but one game ... Scored a season-high 34 points against Nipomo HS, and 30 against Chavez HS ... A two-time all-county and all-league selection ... A CIF Section 3A second team selection ... Team captain ... Made the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Division-3 selection ... Team MVP duing his senior and junior campaigns ... Received the school’s Most Outstanding Single Sports Athlete award during his senior season ... An outstanding student ... A Senior Excellence Award winner in 2010 ... A CIF Academic Award winner during his senior and junior years ... Also President of the United States Volunteer Services Award in 2009 and 2010 ... An Honor Roll student in three of his four years at Paso Robles ... A CSF member ... Who’s Who Among National High School students ... National Honor Roll ... A National Society of High School Scholar ... Also participated in track & field (high jump) ... Helped lead the track & field team to a league championship in 2007.

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the CIF championship was his greatest sports moment ... The best things about being an athlete are the media, love and respect ... His pre-game ritual is to listen to music ... The best athlete he has played against is Russell Westbrook ... The most famous person he has ever met is Raven Symone ... Would have liked to have met Ghandi ... Would like to be stranded on an island with Kim Kardashian ... Would like to have dinner with 50 Cent ... If he was forced to listen to one CD the rest of his life, it would be Get Rich or Die Tryin’ ... Would invest a million dollars if he had it ... The best advice Aqeel ever received was “do the best you can, every day” ... The best advice he gives to young people - “Go to school” ... No one knows, according to Aqeel, how much time he spends with his mom ... Few people know that Aqeel has traveled overseas multiple times ... Terrance Howard would play the part of Aqeel Quinn if a movie was made of his life ... Can’t imagine going the week without food ... The possession he could not live without is his basketball ... Poverty would be the thing he would change if he had the opportunity ... The biggest obstacle he has overcome is a broken leg ... Money always makes him smile ... His greatest hero is his mom ... Undeclared major.

MATADOR MEMO Born August 24, 1992 in San Luis Obispo, Ca. ... Parents are Janice and Lonnie Watson, Sr. ... Has one sister, Jannelle, who is 20-years-old and attends UC Irvine ... Has a cousin (Chris Booker) who played basketball at Purdue University and now plays profesionally in Slovenia ... Has another cousin (William Moore), who has played the last two years (2009, 2010) with the Atlanta Falcons ... Lists Kobe Bryant and the Lakers as his favorite NBA player and pro team ... Favorite actor is Denzel Washington while Meagan Good is his favorite actress ... Boondocks is his favorite television show while He Got Game is his favorite movie ... Loves to eat king crab legs but stays away from pretzels ... Team E is his favorite band while J. Cole is his favorite solo artist ... Favorite website is youtube.com ... Came to Cal State Northridge because of the coaching staff and the academic opportunities at Cal State Northridge ... Listed his greatest sports moment as scoring 41 points in three quarters against a rival in middle school ... The best thing about being a student-athlete, according to Lonnie, is all the attention ... The toughest part, according to Lonnie, is the busy schedule ... Picked his uniform number (#14) because of Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson ... His pre-game ritual is to pray ... Listens to music when he has time to relax ... The best athlete he has played against is Josh Selby ... The most famous person he has met is Serena Williams .... The person in history he would most like to meet is Harriet Tubman ... Would like to be stranded on a desert island with his family ... Would love to have dinner with Michael Jordan and President Obama ... If Lonnie was forced to listen to one CD for the rest of his life, it would be The Warm Up by J. Cole ... If Lonnie had a million dollars, he would buy his parents whatever they wanted ... The best advice he ever received - “Trust in God and you’ll make it through anything” ... The best advice he gives to young people - “keep working hard. Your life can change instantly.” ... No one knows how much Lonnie loves hip hop ... Few people know that Lonnie is a Top 100 NBA 2k player ... If a movie was made about Lonnie Watson, Shad Moss (Bow Wow) would play the lead role ... He can’t imagine going a week without playing basketball ... One possession Lonnie can’t live without is his cell phone ... Years from now, Lonnie says he will still laugh about all the time he spent with his friends growing up ... If Lonnie could change the world, he would bring world peace ... The biggest obstacle he has faced was recovering from knee surgery ... His family always makes him smile ... His greatest hero is God because without God, according to Lonnie, nothing would be possible ... Political Science major.

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#0 JOSH GREENE

#2 RASHAUN MCLEMORE

#3 AQEEL QUINN

#4 FRANKIE ETEUATI

#5 LENNY DANIEL

#10 DATHAN LYLES

>> G // 6-0 // 175 // FR. >> LAKEVIEW TERRACE, CA.

>> G/F // 6-5 // 205 // SR. >> RICHMOND, VA.

>> G // 6-4 // 190 // FR. >> LAWNDALE, CA.

>> F // 6-10 // 185 // FR. >> LOS ANGELES, CA.

>> F // 6-8 // 205 // SR. >> RICHMOND, VA.

>> G // 5-11 // 175 // SR. >> LIMA, OH.

#11 VINNIE MCGHEE

#12 THOMAS JACOBS

#14 LONNIE WATSON

#20 STEPHAN HICKS

#21 RAYMOND CODY

#22 AARON HENSON

>> G // 5-10 // 165 // RS JR. >> OAKLAND, CA.

>> F // 6-7 // 205 // FR. >> SAN DIEGO, CA.

>> G/F // 6-4 // 190 // FR. >> PASO ROBLES, CA.

>> G/F // 6-5 // 180 // FR. >> THOUSAND OAKS, CA.

#24 ALLEN JILES IV

#25 BRYCE SMITH

>> G/F // 6-5 // 205 //RS SO. >> WOODLAND HILLS, CA.

#33 JORDAN MITCHELL

>> F // 6-8 // 185 // FR. >> GARDENA, CA.

#42 MIKE LIZARRAGA

>> F // 6-7 // 230 // JR. >> DIXON, CALIF.

.>> F // 6-8 // 220 // JR. >> EUGENE, OR.

BOBBY BRASWELL

BOB LOWE

JAY MORRIS

DANNY SPRINKLE

LIOR SCHWARTZBERG

>> G/F // 6-4 // 190 // FR. >> LOS ANGELES, CA.

>> HEAD COACH >> 15TH SEASON

>> ASSISTANT COACH >> 2ND SEASON

>> ASSISTANT COACH >> 1ST SEASON

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>> ASSISTANT COACH >> 9TH SEASON

>> G // 6-5 // 190 // SR. >> LANCASTER, CA.

#43 JOHN HAYWARD-MAYHEW

>> DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

>> F // 6-6 // 230 // SR. >> CORONA, CA.


OOPPONENTS THE BIG WEST CONFERENCE THE BIG WEST CONFERENCE ENTERS THE 2010-11 season in its 42nd year of operation. There are 16 conference-sponsored sports in the Big West. Women’s sports are comprised of soccer, volleyball, cross country, swimming and diving, basketball, golf, tennis, softball, track & field and water polo. Men’s sports include soccer, cross country, basketball, golf, tennis, baseball and track & field. Over four decades, the conference has striven for athletic and academic success, and has accomplished those goals to a large degree. The conference has undergone membership changes throughout its long history, the most recent ones significantly enhancing its stability. Following the 2004-05 academic year, Idaho and Utah State left the Big West, creating an eight-team league comprised of all California schools: Cal State Northridge, Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara and Pacific. A ninth school from the Golden State - UC Davis - became the newest member of the Big West on July 1, 2007 after completing a four-year reclassification process from Division II to Division I. The Big West owns the distinction of being the nation’s only conference with its entire membership located in one state. No matter what the membership makeup, the Big West always has stacked up well against the rest of

the nation. In fact, the conference has claimed 17 team national championships in its history, including six in women’s volleyball, two in baseball, one in softball and one in men’s basketball. Men’s soccer was the newest sport added to the list when UC Santa Barbara claimed the national title in 2006. Individually, Big West student-athletes also have claimed several titles in such sports as swimming, track & field, and golf. In 2007, DaShalle Andrews of Cal State Northridge was the 26th Big West studentathlete to capture a crown when he won the long jump competition at the NCAA Track & Field Outdoor Championships in Sacramento. The conference’s overall success has been measured through the results of such competitions as the

United States Sports Academy Directors Cup. Presented by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), the Cup gauges the best overall collegiate athletics programs in NCAA Division I, according to their finishes in NCAA post play. In 2007-08, the Big West had five schools slotted within the top 100. On the worldwide level, Big West student-athletes have also competed over the years in such international competiitons as the Olympics and Pan American Games. The 2009-10 campaign will be remembered for solid individual and team successes across the Big West sports landscape. Included were the achievements of several Cal State Northridge teams and

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THE BIG WEST CONFERENCE - THE BEGINNING The Big West Conference was formed as the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference on July 1, 1969. However, the unofficial history of the conference predates that point of time, extending back to 1967. Cal State Los Angeles, Fresno State, Long Beach State and San Diego State were members of the California Collegiate Athletic Association, long recognized as the nation’s premier college circuit. That conference was classified college division, and therin lay a major source of dissatisfaction. Since 1963, the four institutions had captured 16 national titles. The number swelled to 21 if the mythical football championships were included. With no more territory to conquer at the college division, a step up to university ranks had to be considered. At the time, San Jose State, UC Santa Barbara and Pacific were members of the West Coast Athletic Conference but were enduring a strained relationship due to the limitt of conference sports sponsored. That, plus the fact that national football figures Pacific and San Jose State were already

competing as independents, led the schools to pursue a more broad-based conference alignment. Therefore, officials of the seven colleges and universities assembled as a body in May of 1969, tied up loose ends and less than two months later the PCAA was born. Direction in the early days of the conference came from such men as Dr. Stephen Goodspeed, a vice-chancellor at UC Santa Babrara, the first president and chairman of the founders committee. J. Kenneth Fagans provided guidance as the league’s first commissioner. Jesse T. Hill, one of the nation’s most successful directors of athletics at USC, followed Fagans as the conference’s first full-time commissioner. San Jose was already labeled as a “University Division” in all sports when the PCAA emerged. San Diego State and Pacific were granted “University Division” status in the summer of 1970 and the remaining conference members shed the college division moniker by 1972. The original PCAA lineup changed in the early years and in 1975, charter members UCSB and Cal State Los Angeles had dropped football and San Diego State left the conference in football only. In 1974, Cal State Fullerton moved into the conference. By 1977, UC Irvine joined the Big West and UCSB was back in - both as non-football playing institutions - while Utah State became the first non-California member of the circuit, transforming the PCAA into a regional conference. UNLV (1981) and New Mexico State (184) soon followed suit, bringing the leagues membership to ten universities. In the fall of 1983, the PCAA became the first western conference to incorporate women’s athletic programs into the conference. Charter women’s members UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara and UNLV competed in five championships. By the end of 1985, Pacific, Hawaii, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, San Diego State, Fresno State and San Jose State had joined the women’s conference. The PCAA upped its women’s sponsorship to eight championships. The PCAA began its 20th year of existence in 1988 by changing its name to the Big West Conference. With the inclusion of the states of Utah, Nevada and New Mexico, the term - Big West more accurately represented the conference. Since the name Big West has been used, conference teams have won nine NCAA team championships, establishing the Big West’s winning identity that is recognized nationally. Even though the Big West is again an all-Califonria conference, the named Big West still embodies the identity, history, and tradition of excellence the conference has achieved, making it a well-known entity in collegiate ahtletics.

BIG WEST MEMBERS Cal State Northridge Cal Poly Cal State Fullerton Long Beach State Pacific UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara

CONFERENCE DIRECTORY Physical and Mailing Address 2 Corporate Park – Suite 206 Irvine, CA 92606 Phone (949) 261-2525 Fax (949) 261-2528 Website Address www.bigwest.org Dennis Farrell, Commissioner e-mail: dfarrell@bigwest.org Rob Halvaks, Senior Associate Commissioner e-mail: rhalvaks@bigwest.org Jody McRoberts, Associate Commissioner e-mail: jmcroberts@bigwest.org Michael Daniels, Assistant Commissioner e-mail: mdaniels@bigwest.org Erica Monteabaro, Compliance Director e-mail: emonteabaro@bigwest.org Beth Holtermann, Administrative Assistant e-mail: bholtermann@bigwest.org Patricia Sampson, Administrative Assistant e-mail: psampson@bigwest.org Mike Villamor, Information Director e-mail: mvillamor@bigwest.org Julie St. Cyr, Associate Information Director e-mail: jstcyr@bigwest.org Chris Hargraves, Assistant Information Director e-mail: chargraves@bigwest.org Steve Chen, Director or Video Operations e-mail: schen@bigwest.org

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individuals. Four Matador teams (men’s and women’s track & field, softball, women’s water polo) claimed Big West Conference titles and three squads captured national rankings, including the men’s volleyball team that was ranked #1 in the nation for several weeks. Seven student-athletes gained All-American recognition, 49 student-athletes gained All-Big West and Mountain Pacific Sports Federaton (MPSF) recognition for their efforts on the field, 12 Matador student-athletes won 12 individual Big West titles, and 96 student-athletes were honored for academic achievement. Three CSUN head coaches (Terry Davila in men’s soccer, Don Strametz in track & field, Keith West in women’s soccer) were accorded Coach of the Year honors by the Big West Conference. The CSUN women’s water polo team captured the Big West regular season title along with Pacific, and was ranked as high as ninth during the 2010 season. Jillian Stapf, senior goalie, was named Big West Women’s Water Polo Player of the Year. In 2010, CSUN’s women’s track & field team captured the Big West title for a fifth straight season. Four female student-athletes each won Big West individual titles, and the 400 and 1600 meter relay teams captured league crowns. The Matador men’s track & field team captured its second straight Big West title, and fifth in the last seven seasons. Seven male student-athletes won Big West individual titles along with the 400 meter relay team. The Matador women’s softball team proved the experts wrong and tied for the Big West Conference title with UC Davis. Five Matadors were named allleague including a conference-high four first team players.


OOPPONENTS THE BIG WEST CONFERENCE The 2010-11 Big West basketball television schedule, featuring 19 games on the ESPN family of networks and Fox Sports Net. The package is highlighed with five nationally televised men’s basketball regular season conference games on ESPN2 and ESPNU, with an additional seven regionally televisied regular season games on PRIME TICKET and Fox Sports Net. The Big West is in the third year of a five-year agreement with ESPN. Three additional national television broadcasts will appear on the package. Cal State Northridge will compete on the ESPN family of networks for three games in the 76 CLASSIC, the annual eight team men’s basketball Thanksgiving tournament hosted by the Big West at the Anaheim Convention Center. The Matadors take on Virginia Tech in a Thanksgiving Day showdown on ESPNU. Additionally, the assortment of games includes four live broadcasts from the Honda Center, the new home of the Big West Basketball Tournament. Two men’s semi-final games on Friday, March 11 will be aired at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. (PT) on ESPNU. The men’s championship game on Saturday, March 12 will be shown on ESPN2 at 5:00 p.m. The Big West women’s championship game will be televised on Fox for the 14th conseutive season. PRIME TICKET provides all the action at 1:00 p.m (PT) on March 12. The Big West package potentially could grow in exposures with the ninth annual ESPN sponsored BracketBusters event. Brackbusters is a three-day men’s basketball extravaganza pitting NCAA Tournament hopefuls from a variety of NCAA Division I conferences. Eleven televised contests will be selected from a pool of teams and will be shown on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU. The BracketBusters matchups, game times and network assignments iwll be announcced in early Feburary. The conference package tips off in earnest on Tuesday, December 28 with perhaps the most anticipated encounter of the season. Long Beach State travels to UC Santa Barbara in a rematch of the 2010 Big West Tournament championship game, which the Gauchos won 69-64. The ESPNU broadcast tips off at 8:00 p.m (PT). On Saturday, January 8, Cal State Fullerton heads to UC Riverside to commence the FOX package at 7:30 p.m. on PRIME TICKET. The busiest day on the television schedule is Saturday, February 26. Three “Wild Card” games will be selected from a pool of conference battles to be aired on ESPN2, ESPNU and Fox Sports West.

BIG WEST BASKETBALL SHOOTOUT The Big West Basketball ShootOut will return to Big West campuses this winter. It will be the third consecutive year the ShootOut will be on campus. Last year, 663 teams competed across the nine campuses for a chance at the $5,000 grand prize. The shooting competition had teams of two shoot from six different spots on the floor over a 30-second time frame. Each campus winner will win a trip to Anaheim to compete in the ShootOut Finals March 10-13 during the Big West Men's and Women's Basketball Tournament.

BIG WEST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Tickets are on sale for the 2011 Big West Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament. Don’t miss your chance to see exciting college basketball over three days in March at the Honda Center in Anaheim. Women’s quarterfinal action begins Tuesday, March 8 on campus sites. The action then shifts to Honda Center on Thursday, March 10 for men’s quarterfinal action. The men’s and women’s semifinals will take place on Friday beginning with the women’s games at 12:00 pm followed by the men’s games at 6:30 pm. Championship Saturday starts at 1:00 pm on March 12 with the women’s final. The men’s final will take place at 5:00 pm. All-session tickets are good for all games and available now. TUESDAY MARCH 8, 2011

THURSDAY MARCH 10, 2011

FRIDAY MARCH 11, 2011

SATURDAY MARCH 12, 2011

WOMEN’S QUARTERFINALS AT CAMPUS SITES

MEN’S QUARTERFINALS All Day (begins at Noon)

WOMEN’S SEMIFINALS Noon & 2 pm, PST

WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP 1:00 pm, PST FSN Prime Ticket PRIME

MEN’S SEMIFINALS 6:30 pm & 9 pm, PST ESPNU

MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP 5:00 pm, PST ESPN2

7:00 pm

2010-11 BIG WEST TELEVISION SCHEDULE DAY/DATE CONTEST TIPOFF CARRIER 76 CLASSIC - ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER ARENA Thursday, November 25 Cal State Northridge vs Virginia Tech 11:00 a.m. ESPNU Friday, November 26 Cal State Northridge vs DePaul/Oklahoma St. 11:30 am/2 pm ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU Sunday, November 28 Cal State Northridge vs TBD TBD ESPN2 or ESPNU BIG WEST CONFERENCE REGULAR SEASON GAMES Tuesday, December 28 Long Beach State at UC Santa Barbara Saturday, January 8 Cal State Fullerton at UC Riverside Wednesday, January 12 UC Davis at Long Beach State Saturday, January 15 Pacific at Long Beach State Saturday, January 22 Cal Poly at Cal State Northridge Saturday, January 29 Cal State Fullerton at Long Beach State Thursday, February 3 Pacific at UC Santa Barbara Saturday, Feburary 5 UC Davis at UC Santa Barbara Saturday, February 12 UC Santa Barbara at UC Irvine Friday, February 18 Bracketbusters Saturday, February 19 Bracketbusters Sunday, February 20 Bracketbusters Saturday, February 26 Three Wild Card Games selected from UC Santa Barbara at Long Beach State Cal Poly at Cal State Fullerton Pacific at UC Irvine UC Davis at UC Riverside BIG WEST TOURNAMENT AT HONDA CENTER Thursday, March 10 Men’s Quarterfinals Friday, March 11 Men’s Semifinal #1 Men’s Semifinal #2 Saturday, March 12 Women’s Championship Men’s Championship All game times are Pacific Standard Time

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8:00 pm ESPNU 7:30 pm PRIME 8:00 pm ESPNU TBD FOX SPORTS WEST/PRIME 1:00 pm PRIME 7:30 pm FOX SPORTS WEST 8:30 pm ESPNU 7:30 pm PRIME 5:30 pm FOX SPORTS WEST TBD ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU TBD ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU TBD ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU 5:00 pm ESPN2 8:00 pm ESPNU 5:30 pm FOX SPORTS WEST

Noon 6:30 pm 8:30 pm 1:00 pm 5:00 pm

ESPNU EPSNU PRIME ESPN2


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PLAYER OF THE YEAR > Orlando Johnson - UC Santa Barbara FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR > Julian Welch - UC Davis COACH OF THE YEAR > Bob Williams - UC Santa Barbara DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR > Joe Ford - Pacific BEST SIXTH MAN > Pat Eveland - Pacific BEST HUSTLE PLAYER > Joe Harden - UC Davis ALL-BIG WEST FIRST TEAM > Gerard Anderson Cal State Fullerton Kyle Austin UC Riverside Joe Ford Pacific Orlando Johnson UC Santa Barbara Lorenzo Keeler Cal Poly T.J. Robinson Long Beach State ALL-BIG WEST SECOND TEAM > Dominic Calegari UC Davis Joe Harden UC Davis James Nunnally UC Santa Barbara Casper Ware Long Beach State Eric Wise UC Irvine ALL-BIG WEST HONORABLE MENTION > Lenny Daniel Cal State Northridge Kenny Daniels Cal State Northridge David Hanson Cal Poly Michael Hunter UC Irvine Jer’Vaughn Johnson Cal State Fullerton Jacques Streeter Cal State Fullerton Sam Willard Pacific Demetrece Young Pacific ALL-FRESHMEN TEAM > Allen Huddleston Pacific Lateef McMullan UC Riverside Kyle Odister Cal Poly Ryan Sypkens UC Davis Julian Welch UC Davis BIG WEST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK > DATE PLAYER SCHOOL 11/16 Larry Anderson Long Beach State 11/16 Joe Harden UC Davis 11/23 Aaron Thompson Cal State Fullerton 12/7 Kyle Austin UC Riverside 12/14 Stephan Gilling Long Beach State 12/21 Casper Ware Long Beach State 12/28 Eric Wise UC Irvine 1/4 Eric Wise UC Irvine 1/11 Lorenzo Keeler Cal Poly 1/18 Lenny Daniel Cal State Northridge 1/25 Demetrece Young Pacific 2/1 Eugene Phelps Long Beach State 2/8 Orlando Johnson UC Santa Barbara 2/15 Gerard Anderson Cal State Fullerton 2/22 Orlando Johnson UC Santa Barbara 3/1 Jacques Streeter Cal State Fullerton 3/8 Sam Willard Pacific

2009-10 FINAL BIG WEST STANDINGS *^UC Santa Barbara *=Pacific Cal State Fullerton Long Beach State UC Davis Cal Poly Cal State Northridge UC Irvine UC Riverside

BIG WEST GAMES W L PCT. 12 4 .750 12 4 .750 8 8 .500 8 8 .500 8 8 .500 7 9 .438 6 10 .375 6 10 .375 5 11 .313

OVERALL W L PCT. 20 10 .667 23 12 .657 16 15 .516 17 16 .515 14 18 .438 12 19 .387 11 21 .344 14 18 .438 12 17 .414

HOME 11-2 11-4 8-5 8-3 8-5 6-6 7-6 10-5 8-6

ROAD 6-7 12-7 7-6 6-10 4-11 5-12 2-13 3-11 4-11

NEUT. 1-1 0-1. 1-4 3-3 2-2 1-1 2-2 1-2 0-0

*Regular season champion; ^Tournament champion/NCAA representative; =CollegeInside.com Tournament

2009-10 BIG WEST STATISTICAL LEADERS SCORING > NAME 1. Orlando Johnson - UCSB 2. Kyle Austin - UCR 3. Dominic Calegari - UCD 4. Eric Wise - UCI 5. Lorenzo Keeler - CP 7. Kenny Daniels - CSUN

GP 30 29 32 32 31 32

PTS 540 510 532 521 501 498

AVG 18.0 17.6 16.6 16.3 16.2 15.6

REBOUNDING > NAME 1. T.J. Robinson - LBS 2. Sam Willard - UOP 3. Lenny Daniel - CSUN 4. Kyle Austin - UCR 5. Joe Harden - UCD

GP 33 35 29 29 30

TOT 332 295 227 214 216

AVG 10.1 8.4 7.8 7.4 7.2

ASSISTS > FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > NAME FGM 1. T.J. Robinson - LBS 193 2. Mark Payne - UCD 116 3. Dominic Calegari - UCD 187 4. Kenny Daniels - CSUN 163 5. Gerard Anderson - CSF 125 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > NAME FTM 1. Michael Hunter - UCI 81 2. Lorenzo Keeler - CP 163 3. Mark Payne - CSUN 121 4. Kenny Daniels - CSUN 144 5. Sam Willard - UOP 81

NAME FGA 371 224 368 322 252

PCT .520 .518 .508 .506 .496

GP

AST

AVG

1. Casper Ware - LBS

33

159

4.82

2. Jacques Streeter - CSF

31

147

4.74

3. Mark Payne - UCD

24

105

4.38

4. Sean Cunningham - UCR

29

88

3.03

5. Eric Wise - UCI

32

97

3.03

NAME

GP

STL

AVG

1. Casper Ware - LBS

33

69

2.09

2. Mark Payne - UCD

24

50

2.08

STEALS > FTA 93 189 145 180 103

PCT .871 .862 .834 .800 .786

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > NAME 3M 3A 1. Aaron Thompson - CSF 47 102 2. James Nunnally - UCSB 46 101 3. Kyle Odister - CP 45 99 4. Rudy Meo - UCR 26 58 5. Devon Peltier - CSF 76 181

PCT .461 .455 .455 .448 .420

3-POINT FIELD GOALS PER GAME > NAME GP 3M 1. Stephan Gilling - LBS 33 83 2. Michael Hunter - UCI 32 80 3. Devon Peltier - CSF 31 76 4. James Powell - UCSB 30 61 5. Demetrece Young - UOP 35 71 9. Vinnie McGhee - CSUN 32 53

PG 2.52 2.50 2.45 2.03 2.03 1.66

3. Larry Anderson - LBS

33

62

1.88

4. Joe Harden - UCD

30

45

1.50

5. Mark Hill - CSUN

30

41

1.37

BLOCKED SHOTS > GP

BLK

AVG

1. Lenny Daniel - CSUN

NAME

29

44

1.52

2. Greg Somogyi - UCSB

28

38

1.36

3. Zack Atkinson - UCI

30

39

1.30

4. Joe Ford - UOP

35

33

0.94

5. Dominic Calegari - UCD

32

30

0.04

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO > NAME

AST

TO RATIO

1. Jacques Streeter - CSF

147

72

2. Mark Payne - UCD

105

62

1.69

88

55

1.60

159

102

1.56

97

67

1.45

3. Sean Cunningham - UCR 4. Casper Ware - LBS 5. Eric Wise - UCI

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OOPPONENTS 2010-11 OPPONENTS SCHOOL Big West Conference Air Force California Cal Poly Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Fullerton Cal Lutheran Denver DePaul Long Beach State Murray State Oklahoma State Pacific Santa Clara Seattle Stanford Tulsa UC Davis UC Irvine UCLA UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UNLV Vanguard Virginia Tech

SID Mike Villamor Jerry Cross Tim Miguel Chris Giovannetti Kevin Gilmore Mel Franks Scott Chisholm Mike Kennedy Greg Greenwell Todd Miles Dave Winder Mike Noteware Mike Millerick Michelle Schmitt Jason Benenna Brian Risso Don Tomkalski Ryan Burns Bob Olson Ryan Finney John Maxwell Bill Mahoney Andy Grossman Beth Renkoski Bill Dyer

PHONE 949-261-2525 719-333-3950 510-643-9036 805-756-7513 661-654-6071 657-278-3970 805-493-3153 303-871-7555 773-335-7546 562-985-7797 270-809-4271 405-744-7756 209-946-2866 408-554-2114 206-296-5915 650-736-9044 918-631-3200 530-752-3505 949-824-5814 310-206-4701 951-827-5438 805-893-3428 702-895-3995 714-556-3610 x2303 540-231-8852

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CELL PHONE 949-838-6124 719-338-0804 510-326-9761 805-215-5505 661-428-1278 657-904-8141 805-795-4247 303-520-7001 773-343-3722 562-400-3929 270-293-0566 405-612-4843 NA 408-642-9117 206-965-0450 650-200-9513 918-640-0683 530-219-4063 949-285-8814 424-832-0676 NA 805-618-8957 702-630-3949 NA 540-552-8461

PRESS ROW --719-333-6467 510-642-3098 805-756-6751 661-321-9773 657-278-5700 NA 303-871-3922 847-296-6999 562-985-4667 270-809-5551 405-744-5757 209-946-2865 408-554-4655 NA 650-723-4418 918-631-5400/5401 530-752-1271 949-824-2510 310-825-1899 951-827-2153 805-893-4361 702-895-4600 NA 540-231-3048

E-MAIL WEBSITE mvillamor@bigwest.org www.bigwest.org jerry.cross@usafa.edu www.goairforcefalcons.com tmiguel@berkeley.edu www.calbears.com cgiovann@calpoly.edu www.GoPoly.com kgilmore@csub.edu www.csub.edu/sports mfranks@fullerton.edu www.fullertontitans.com chisholm@clunet.edu www.clusports.com michael.kennedy@du.edu www.denverpioneers.com ggreenwe@depaul.edu www.depaulbluedemons.com tmiles@csulb.edu www.longbeachstate.com dave.winder@murraystate.edu www.GoRacers.com mike.noteware@okstate.edu www.okstate.com mmilleri@pacific.com www.pacifictigers.com mschmitt@scu.edu www.santaclarabroncos.com behennaj@seattleu.edu www.GoSeattleU.com brisso@stanford.edu www.gostanford.com donald-tomkalski@utulsa.com www.tulsahurricane.com rsburns@ucdavis.edu www.ucdavisaggies.com rkolson@uci.edu www.ucirvinesports.com rfinney@athletics.ucla.edu www.uclabruins.com john.maxwell@ucr.edu www.athletics.ucr.edu bill.mahoney@athletics.ucsb.edu www.ucsbgauchos.com andy.grossman@unlv.edu www.UNLVRebels.com brenkoski@vanguard.edu www.vanguard.edu wdyer@vt.edu www.hokiesports.com

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NAME Kenny Daniels Big West Lenny Daniel Big West Willie Galick Big West Mark Hill Big West Vinnie McGhee Big West Raymond Cody Big West Rashaun McLemore Big West Kevin Menner Big West Therin Taylor Big West Vincent Cordell Big West Michael Lizarraga Big West Dathan Lyles Big West Tony Osunsanmi Big West Aaron Henson Big West Darrell Tripp Big West Team Big West

GP-GS 32-24 16-11 29-21 14-11 32-16 16-7 30-24 15-14 32-7 16-3 32-15 16-4 17-6 8-4 24-4 11-3 29-11 15-7 25-2 10-1 31-8 15-0 24-5 14-2 32-17 16-3 4-0

TEAM TOTALS Cal State Northridge Big West Opponents Big West

4-0

G 32 16 32 16

MIN FGM-FGA 882 163-322 478 74-156 762 123-256 414 66-136 808 93-198 411 46-99 734 70-199 410 46-118 620 83-226 318 33-113 553 50-153 247 19-66 250 24-61 110 12-29 255 37-92 79 5-18 388 31-86 209 17-46 319 28-70 136 13-29 298 27-51 125 12-19 216 112-48 134 8-31 370 10-24 204 6-13 8 0-2 12

0-1

FGM-FGA 751-1789 357-873 772-1824 348-878

FG% 3FG-FGA .506 28-89 .474 10-37 .480 0-0 .485 0-0 .470 2-9 .465 0-4 .352 32-97 .390 19-53 .367 53-150 .292 25-84 .327 20-65 .288 9-32 .393 7-28 .414 1-7 .402 0-2 .278 0-0 .360 1-13 .370 1-6 .400 7-29 .448 5-14 .529 0-0 .632 0-0 .250 6-18 .258 4-12 .417 0-0 .462 0-0 .000 0-0

FG% .315 .270 .000 .000 .222 .000 .330 .358 .353 .298 .308 .281 .250 .143 .000 .000 .077 .167 .241 .357 .000 .000 .333 .333 .000 .000 .000

.000

.000

FG% .420 .409 .423 .396

0-0

3FG-FGA 156-500 74-249 240-695 113-348

FG% .312 .297 .345 .325

FTM-FTA FT% 144-180 .800 79-102 .775 94-159 .591 51-80 .638 136-207 .657 81-115 .704 68-105 .648 35-56 .625 22-27 .815 2-2 1.000 31-44 .705 9-14 .643 16-25 .640 6-7 .857 25-47 .532 5-10 .500 39-57 .684 20-25 .800 19-26 .731 11-14 .786 14-31 .452 4-12 .333 2-6 .333 1-2 .5000 8-11 .727 3-5 .600 3-4 .750 3-4

FTM-FTA 624-933 307-444 628-875 304-417

OFF 45 27 89 43 67 31 11 6 10 4 14 9 3 2 16 3 26 13 21 10 21 9 3 1 53 28 0

DEF 88 51 138 75 90 45 47 30 39 15 54 29 29 19 29 9 47 27 42 18 45 15 18 11 59 35 0

TOT/AVG 133/4.2 78/4.9 227/7.8 118/8.4 157/4.9 76/4.8 58/1.9 36/2.4 49/1.5 19/1.2 68/2.1 38/2.4 32/1.9 21/2.6 45/1.9 12/1.1 73/2.5 40/2.7 63/2.5 28/2.8 66/2.1 24/1.6 21/0.9 12/0.9 112/3.5 63/3.9 0/0.0

PF-DQ 84-4 40-2 82-2 38-1 110-5 54-1 81-3 35-2 44-0 20-0 61-4 24-1 34-0 14-0 17-0 2-0 63-1 36-1 48-3 27-2 39-0 12-0 19-0 9-0 54-1 31-1 1-0

AST 61 29 14 10 42 18 68 41 59 32 25 6 20 7 6 0 15 8 7 4 9 3 29 17 3 2 0

TO 108 56 53 22 83 43 55 32 40 19 35 14 32 11 23 10 37 17 20 5 28 12 24 17 19 16 0

BLK 4 3 44 29 13 8 2 0 1 0 4 1 1 0 3 0 6 2 4 4 8 4 0 0 9 6 0

STL 34 21 340 12 21 10 41 23 26 10 21 8 18 13 5 2 19 9 7 4 11 3 5 3 14 8 0

PTS/AVG 498/15.6 237/13.1 340/11.7 183/13.1 324/10.1 173/10.8 240/8.0 146/9.7 241/7.5 93/5.8 151/4.7 56/3.5 71/4.2 31/3.9 99/4.1 15/1.4 102/3.5 55/3.7 82/3.3 42/4.2 68/2.2 28/1.9 32/1.3 21/1.5 28/0.9 15/0.9 3/0.8

2

2

4/1.0

1-0

0

0

0

0

3/0.8

50 25

56 28

106/3.3 53/3.3

FT% OFF .669 431 .691 211 .718 420 .729196-372

DEF 783 407 768 568

TOT/AVG 1214/37.9 618/38.6 1188/37.1 35.5

.750

4 2 PF 740-23 342-11 727358-

AST 358 177 477 217

TO 561 276 521 252

BLK 99 57 109 48

STL PTS/AVG 239 2282/71.3 126 1095/68.4 254 2412/75.4 128 1113/69.6

2009-10 YEAR IN REVIEW GAME GOSSIP ...

SENIOR SALUTE ...

RECORD REVIEW ...

Cal State Northridge employed 17 different lineups in 2009-10 ... Matador basketball was intense from start to finish ... Twelve games (4-8) were decided by five points or less ... CSUN had never played so many games decided by five points or less in the 52-year history of Matador basketball ... Eight CSUN games (2-6) were decided by three points or less ... Three of the four one-point losses were against Big West schools, a 7372 loss at Cal Poly (1/23/10), a 69-68 loss to Long Beach State (1/28/10) and a 113-112 three overtime decision to Cal State Fullerton (2/10/10) ... Bobby Braswell completed his 14th season as head coach at Cal State Northridge in 2009-10.

Seniors Vincent Cordell, Kenny Daniels, Willie Galick, Mark Hill, Tony Osunsanmi and Therin Taylor played a total of 374 games (163 starts), scored 2,191 points, grabbed 1,157 rebounds, dished out 344 assists, collected 255 steals and tallied 69 blocks ... Osunsanmi and Taylor helped lead the Matadors to back-to-back Big West regular season championships (2007-08, 2008-09), a Big West Tournament title (2008-09) and a trip to the NCAA Tournament (2008-09) ... Cordell, Daniels, Galick, Hill, Osunsnami and Taylor were all on the 2008-09 CSUN team that won the Big West regular season championship, the Big West Tournament crown, and a trip to the NCAA Tournament.

Three school records were broken in 2009-10 ... CSUN made 624 free throws, breaking the old mark of 613 during the 2000-01 campaign ... The 933 free throw attempts broke the school record of 868 set during the 1966-67 season ... Lenny Daniel blocked 44 blocks, a single season record ... The old mark was 37 by Tremaine Townsend set during the 2007-08 season.

TEAM TOTALS ... Cal State Northridge finished first in the Big West Conference in rebounding (37.9 rpg), second in scoring (71.3 ppg) and blocked shots (99, 3.1 bpg), and third in steals (239, 7.5 spg) and three-point field goal percentage (.345) ... Lenny Daniel finished first in the conference in blocked shots (44).

Lenny Daniel, an honorable mention All-Big West selection, broke the single season school record with 44 blocks. In three games, Daniel had five blocks, one short of the school record. Daniel led the conference in blocked shots.

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2009-10 STATISTICS


H TEAMHISTORY 2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS CSN-OPP W/L DATE OPPONENT SITE ATT. 64-89 L 11/13 Purdue West Lafayette, In. 14,123 65-83 L 11/16 ^TCU Tempe, Az. 395 85-82 W 11/17 ^Texas State Tempe, Az. 101 67-68 L 11/23 ^Western Kentucky Bowling Green, Ky. 2,217 76-69 W 11/24 ^Coastal Carolina Bowling Green, Ky. 405 81-74 W 11/30 Cal State Bakersfield Northridge, Ca. 1,078 95-93 W 12/3 Idaho Northridge, Ca. 1,175 76-88 L 12/6 Washington Seattle, Wa. 8,125 82-89 L 12/8 Denver Denver, Co. 1,069 63-75 L 12/18 Drexel Northridge, Ca. 1,032 58-92 L 12/22 Colorado Boulder, Co. 5,838 43-52 L 1/2 *Pacific Stockton, Ca. 2,808 73-85 L 1/4 *UC Davis Davis, Ca. 1,018 62-65 L 1/7 *UC Irvine Northridge, Ca. 476 98-90 W 1/1 Seattle Northridge, Ca. 1,024 64-50 W 1/14 *UC Riverside Northridge, Ca. 1,008 78-72 W 1/16 *Cal State Fullerton Fullerton, Ca. 1,192 64-74 L 1/19 Seattle Seattle, Wa. 3,013 72-73 L 1/23 *Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Ca. 2,741 68-69 L 1/28 *Long Beach State Northridge, Ca. 1,376 76-69 W 1/30 *UC Santa Barbara Northridge, Ca. 1,482 63-47 W 2/4 *UC Riverside Riverside, Ca. 495 51-65 L 2/6 *Long Beach State Long Beach, Ca. 2,551 57-59 L 2/10 Cal State Bakersfield Bakersfield, Ca. 680 112-113 (3ot) L 2/13 *Cal State Fullerton Fullerton, Ca. 1,072 73-68 W 2/17 *Cal Poly Northridge, Ca. 1,517 80-90 L 2/20 Drake Northridge, Ca. 1,252 69-74 L 2/24 *UC Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, Ca. 2,049 74-79 L 2/27 *UC Irvine Irvine, Ca. 2,620 70-66 W 3/4 *UC Davis Northridge, Ca. 1,042 47-66 L 3/6 *Pacific Northridge, Ca. 1,086 76-84 L 3/10 #Cal State Fullerton Anaheim, Ca. 2,415 Legend: ^ NIT Season Tip-off; * Big West Conference Game; # Big West Tournament

HIGH SCORER(S) Menner (18) Daniels (14) Daniels (27) Daniels (19) Galick (26) McGhee (19) Daniels (39) Daniel (24) Galick (20) Daniel (13) McGhee (13) McGhee (13) Daniel (21) Galick (15) McGhee (22) Daniels (17) Daniel (20) Daniels (21) Hill (24) McGhee (17) Galick (19) Cody (18) Daniels (18) Daniels (24) Daniels (25) Daniel (20) Daniel (22) Daniels (23) Daniels (20) Daniels (26) Daniels (17) Hill (15)

HIGH REBOUNDER(S) Cordell (7) Daniel (8) Galick (6) Lizarraga/Osunsami (7) Galick (10) Daniel (14) Daniels (10) Daniel (7) Daniel (13) Daniel/Taylor (7) Daniel/Lizarraga (7) Daniel (9) Daniel (12) Daniels/Galick (6) Daniel (12) Daniel/Galick (8) Daniel (12) Daniel/McGhee (6) Daniel (8) Daniel (8) Galick (9) Cody (6) Hill/McLemore (5) Osunsanmi (7) Daniel (11) Daniel (7) Daniel (10) Daniels (9) Daniel (9) Daniel (15) Daniel (7) Cordell (13)

2009-10 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE MATADORS >>

[TOP ROW, L-R] - Louis Wilson (Assistant Coach), Lior Schwartzberg (Director of Basketball Operations), Vincent Cordell, Kevin Dancer, Aaron Henson, Willie Galick, Head Coach Bobby Braswell, Xavier Crawford, Lenny Daniel, Michael Lizarraga, Kevin Menner, Danny Sprinkle (Assistant coach), Bob Lowe (Assistant Coach) [BOTTOM ROW, L-R] - Daniel Ristakain (Manager), Michael Graham (Manager), Spenser Patterson (Manager), Rashuan McLemore, Tony Osunsanmi, Kenny Daniels, Mark Hill, Vinnie McGhee, Dathan Lyles, Raymond Cody, Bryce Smith, Therin Taylor, Jessika Lloyd (Manager), Jason Eubanks (Manager), Steve Grech (Director of Sports Medicine)

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2009-10 MATADOR RECORDS OVERALL Record

11-21

Home Record

7-6

Away Record

2-13

Neutral

2-2

BIG WEST Big West Record

6-10

Home Record

4-4

Away Record

2-6

2009-10 ATTENDANCE TOTAL AVG. Home

14,620

Away

50,870 3.391

Neutral Total

3,316

1,125

829

68,806 2,150


H

GAME 1: NOV. 13, 2009 >> Cal State Northridge (0-1) 20 Purdue (1-0) 55 MacKey Arena ■ West Lafayette, In.

44 34

GAME 2: NOV. 16, 2009 >> Cal State Northridge (0-2) 25 Texas Christian (2-0) 48 NIT Pre-Season Tipoff Wells Fargo Arena (ASU) ■ Tempe, Az.

64 89

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Mark Hill 0-3 0-2 2-7 0-1-1 2 2 0 1 1 0 19 *Lenny Daniel 1-5 0-0 4-8 3-2-5 1 6 0 4 0 0 19 *Willie Galick 3-3 1-1 4-7 0-2-2 4 11 2 3 0 1 19 *Kenny Daniels 3-10 0-4 4-6 3-3-6 3 10 2 4 1 2 27 *Rashaun McLemore 2-6 2-4 2-2 0-0-0 3 8 2 5 0 0 18 Michael Lizaaraga 1-3 0-0 3-4 0-3-3 3 5 0 2 0 1 12 Kevin Menner 8-12 0-1 2-7 1-4-5 1 18 0 3 0 0 21 Vinnie McGhee 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 1 2 2 1 0 1 16 Raymond Cody 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 Vincent Cordell 1-4 0-2 0-0 1-6-7 3 2 1 0 0 0 17 Therin Taylor 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-2-5 2 0 0 0 0 0 11 Dathan Lyles 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 Darrell Tripp 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Aaron Henson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 TEAM 0-2-2 TOTALS 19-49 3-14 23-43 13-29-42 24 64 9 25 2 5 200

GAME 3: NOV. 17, 2009 >> Texas State (0-3) 51 Cal State Northridge (1-2) 46 NIT Pre-Season Tipoff Wells Fargo Arena (ASU) ■ Tempe, Az.

TCU FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Zvonko Buljan 5-12 2-5 2-2 5-12-17 3 14 3 5 0 0 27 *Kevin Butler 2-3 0-0 2-4 5-3-8 3 6 2 1 3 1 31 *Ronnie Moss 5-11 2-6 5-7 1-1-2 3 17 5 6 0 1 24 *Edvinas Ruzgas 8-16 5-10 3-3 0-4-4 0 24 1 1 0 3 31 *Keion Mitchem 5-9 2-5 0-0 1-1-2 0 12 3 4 0 1 30 Xavier Roberson 1-2 1-1 3-4 0-1-1 5 6 2 3 0 1 15 Logan Lancon 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Nikola Cerina 1-1 0-0 0-2 1-1-2 5 2 0 0 1 0 14 Greg Hill 0-2 0-1 0-0 2-1-3 1 0 3 1 0 0 10 Marin Bavcevic 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Garlon Green 1-5 0-0 0-2 1-1-2 4 2 0 2 0 0 14 TEAM 0-0-0 TOTALS 28-61 12-28 15-24 17-26-43 24 83 19 23 4 7 200 Technical Fouls: CSUN - Team Officials: Darren George, Ken Nielson, Jim Casas Attendance: 5,457

{ KENNY DANIELS } 31 39

82 85

TEXAS STATE FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *J.B. Conley 4-8 2-4 2-3 1-5-6 3 12 2 4 0 2 25 *Tony Bishop 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 2 4 3 2 1 1 17 *Cameron Johnson 1-7 0-0 8-15 3-6-9 2 10 1 8 0 2 30 *John Bowman 1-8 0-2 6-8 2-2-4 3 8 2 2 0 0 27 *Uriel Segura 2-7 2-4 6-8 2-2-4 4 12 4 5 0 2 28 E. Bidias A’Moute 5-10 0-0 3-3 5-3-8 3 13 2 4 1 1 27 Dylan Hale 3-7 2-6 3-4 1-0-1 2 11 0 1 0 0 22 Roshun Jackson 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-2-2 3 3 1 2 0 0 10 John Rybak 3-5 3-5 0-0 5-4-9 2 9 1 2 0 1 14 TEAM 4-0-4 TOTALS 21-57 10-23 30-43 24-26-50 24 82 16 30 2 9 200 CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Willie Galick 5-10 1-1 2-4 5-1-6 4 13 3 4 0 1 33 *Michael Lizarraga 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 2 2 0 2 0 0 11 *Dathan Lyles 1-5 0-1 1-2 0-2-2 2 3 2 1 0 1 12 *Kenny Daniels 10-13 3-4 4-6 0-1-1 0 27 6 4 0 4 30 *Raymond Cody 3-6 3-5 3-5 0-3-3 1 12 0 0 0 0 16 Vincent Cordell 1-3 0-1 1-2 1-1-2 2 3 0 3 0 0 8 Mark Hill 0-2 0-2 1-4 0-0-0 4 1 2 1 0 3 11 Kevin Menner 3-5 0-0 2-4 1-2-3 3 8 1 1 2 1 18 Lenny Daniel 1-2 0-0 0-2 1-2-3 5 2 0 4 2 0 14 Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 4 0 0 0 0 0 14 Vinnie McGhee 4-5 1-2 1-1 0-1-1 1 10 2 2 0 2 16 Darrell Tripp 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 Rashaun McLemore 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-0-0 4 4 1 1 0 1 14 TEAM 1-1-2 TOTALS 30-56 9-18 16-32 10-17-27 33 85 17 23 5 12 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Ronnie Hernandez, Duane Allen, Mike Giarratano Attendance: 5,622

65 84

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Kevin Menner 3-14 0-1 2-4 1-2-3 0 8 0 0 0 0 24 *Lenny Daniel 4-9 0-0 3-7 3-5-8 2 11 1 0 0 2 29 *Willie Galick 1-2 0-0 4-6 2-1-3 5 6 0 2 0 1 15 *Mark Hill 2-7 2-7 1-2 1-2-3 4 7 0 5 0 2 29 *Kenny Daniels 4-11 1-5 5-5 1-3-4 2 14 2 4 0 0 23 Vincent Cordell 2-2 0-0 2-2 1-1-2 0 6 0 1 0 0 17 Tony Osunsanmi 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 2 0 0 1 0 3 Vinnie McGhee 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 Dathan Lyles 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 3 0 2 2 0 1 10 Darrell Tripp 0-0 0-0 3-4 2-0-2 0 3 0 0 0 0 7 Raymond Cody 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 5 2 2 2 0 2 11 Therin Taylor 0-1 0-1 2-2 1-1-2 2 2 0 4 0 0 13 Michael Lizarraga 1-2 0-0 2-4 0-2-2 1 4 2 0 0 0 `0 TEAM 2-1-3 1 TOTALS 19-55 3-17 24-36 17-21-38 26 65 9 22 1 9 200

PURDUE FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Chris Kramer 2-2 0-0 7-11 0-3-3 2 11 4 3 0 0 24 *Robbie Hummel 6-9 3-5 2-2 3-3-6 3 17 4 1 2 1 22 *Keaton Grant 1-6 0-2 2-2 0-0-0 1 4 4 1 1 1 22 *JaJuan Johnson 5-8 0-0 5-6 1-1-2 4 15 0 1 0 2 20 *E’Twaun Moore 4-10 1-4 0-0 1-3-4 3 9 3 3 0 1 18 Kelsey Barlow 3-6 0-1 0-1 0-2-2 4 6 3 2 0 1 18 D.J. Byrd 3-9 3-6 4-6 0-3-3 3 13 1 1 0 1 19 Bubba Day 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Ryne Smith 2-5 2-4 0-0 1-2-3 4 6 2 0 0 0 19 Patrick Bade 3-6 0-1 0-2 3-6-9 4 6 1 1 2 0 14 Mark Wohlford 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 1 0 0 0 12 John Hart 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 Stevie Loveless 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Dru Anthrop 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 Kyle Coleman 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 TEAM 2-2-4 1 TOTALS 30-66 9-24 20-30 11-27-38 31 89 24 14 6 8 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Dan Chrisman, Dennis Bracco, Rob Kriuger Attendance: 14,123

40 35

GAME 4: NOV. 23, 2009 >> Cal State Northridge (1-3) 36 Western Kentucky (2-1) 34 NIT Pre-Season Tipoff Diddle Arena ■ Bowling Green, Ky. CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Willie Galick 4-5 0-0 00 0-4-4 * Kenny Daniels 7-12 2-3 3-4 0-1-1 * Michael Lizarraga 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-7-7 *Dathan Lyles 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 *Raymond Cody 3-8 0-1 1-1 1-1-2 Vincent Cordell 2-4 1-2 0-0 1-0-1 Mark Hill 3-6 2-5 3-3 0-2-2 Kevin Menner 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Lenny Daniel 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Tony Osunsanmi 0-1 0-0 0-0 4-3-7 Vinnie McGhee 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Therin Taylor 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 Rashaun McLemore 4-6 2-4 1-2 0-2-2 TEAM 2-3-5 TOTALS 26-51 7-16 8-10 9-26-35

PF 5 3 1 0 1 1 3 1 4 1 0 0 3

TP 8 19 0 0 7 5 11 0 2 0 0 4 11

31 34

A 4 2 0 1 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 2

TO 1 3 3 0 2 1 2 4 1 0 1 0 6

67 68

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0

MIN 19 27 20 12 19 12 26 7 8 21 2 6 21

23 67 15 24 0 5 200

GAME 5: NOV. 24, 2009 >> Coastal Carolina (4-2) 38 Cal State Northridge (2-3) 34 NIT Pre-Season Tipoff Diddle Arena ■ Bowling Green, Ky.

31 42

69 76

CCU FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Joseph Harris 7-15 1-3 5-9 4-4-8 3 20 2 1 0 2 36 *Logan Johnson 2-6 0-2 2-2 0-2-2 1 6 2 3 0 0 21 *Sam McLaurin 0-6 0-0 0-1 4-6-10 4 0 2 1 2 0 25 *Mario Edwards 3-8 2-6 0-0 1-1-2 4 8 3 2 0 0 26 *Kierre Greenwood 3-7 1-2 3-5 0-4-4 4 10 3 3 0 1 35 Danny Nieman 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 1 0 2 5 Dexter Moore 3-6 1-4 0-0 0-2-2 1 7 2 0 0 1 22 Chad Gray 6-10 2-5 2-4 3-1-4 4 16 2 2 1 0 23 Jon Pack 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 3 2 0 1 0 0 7 TEAM 0-0-0 1 TOTALS 25-59 7-22 12-21 12-21-33 24 69 17 15 3 6 200

WKU FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Sergio Kerusch 10-15 2-5 2-3 5-4-9 0 24 0 1 0 2 31 *Steffphon Pettigrew 5-12 0-4 0-0 4-5-9 3 10 1 1 1 0 29 *Jeremy Evans 4-7 0-1 5-7 2-3-5 3 13 1 1 0 0 29 *AJ Slaughter 4-12 1-4 4-6 0-0-0 1 13 3 1 1 2 39 *Anthony Sally 1-7 1-4 2-3 1-2-3 0 5 6 3 0 3 39 Cliff Dixon 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 2 0 0 9 Caden Dickerson 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 Jordan Swing 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Jameson Tipping 1-3 1-3 0-0 1-0-1 0 3 0 0 0 0 5 Jamal Crook 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Nemanja Milosevic 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 0 0 4 0 0 9 TEAM 0-1-1 TOTALS 25-61 5-23 13-19 15-16-31 12 68 12 15 2 7 200

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Willie Galick 11-13 0-0 4-8 5-5-10 2 26 1 3 1 1 34 *Kenny Daniels 4-8 0-3 5-8 0-5-5 2 13 1 2 0 1 22 *Michael Lizarraga 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 2 0 0 0 0 0 11 *Dathan Lyles 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 2 1 0 0 15 *Raymond Cody 4-5 1-1 1-3 0-3-3 1 10 1 0 0 2 23 Vincent Cordell 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-2-2 2 3 0 1 0 0 19 Mark Hill 2-4 1-1 0-0 0-3-3 4 5 1 0 0 1 11 Kevin Menner 2-6 0-0 1-2 3-3-6 2 5 0 0 0 0 15 Lenny Daniel 3-8 0-0 6-6 5-3-8 3 12 0 3 0 1 15 Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Vinnie McGhee 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 1 1 1 2 0 0 12 Rashaun McLemore 0-3 0-2 0-1 0-1-1 1 0 2 3 0 1 21 TEAM 0-0-0 TOTALS 28-55 2-10 18-30 13-28-41 20 76 9 15 1 7 200

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Mike Kitts, Mike Roberts, Todd Williams Attendance: 2,127

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Brad Ferrie, Sean Casey, Gene Grimshaw Attendance: 2,269

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2009-10 BOX SCORES


H TEAMHISTORY 2009-10 BOX SCORES GAME 6: NOV. 30, 2009 >> Cal State Bakersfield (1-3) 34 Cal State Northridge (3-3) 42 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca. CSUB *Donavan Bragg *Trent Blakley *Santwon Latunde *Bryan Emanuel *Stephon Carter George DeLeon Marcus Hall Donald Johnson James Albright Cory Brown TEAM

TOTALS CSUN

*Kenny Daniels *Michael Lizarraga *Willie Galick *Mark Hill *Raymond Cody Vincent Cordell Kevin Menner Lenny Daniel Tony Osunsanmi Vinnie McGhee Dathan Lyles Therin Taylor Rashaun McLemore TEAM

TOTALS

40 39

74 81

FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN 9-14 5-19 1-8 3-7 6-14 1-1 0-2 1-1 0-2 0-1

26-69

4-6 2-11 0-0 1-4 1-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0

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

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

5 3 3 3 3 5 1 4 0 1

26 14 3 11 15 3 0 2 0 0

3 0 5 1 4 0 0 0 0 0

4 1 3 2 4 1 0 3 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 1 2 3 0 3 0 0 0 0

35 34 32 30 33 14 5 8 3 6

8-26 14-19 16-32-48 28 74 13 19 1 10 200

FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN 4-7 2-4 1-10 1-4 3-6 0-1 3-6 5-10 0-1 7-11 0-0 0-4 0-2

26-66

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

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

2-2-4 3-3-6 6-6-12 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-3-3 5-9-14 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-4-5 0-1-1 0-0-0

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

16 6 9 2 10 0 6 12 0 19 0 0 1

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

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

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

0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 1

18 16 29 13 22 4 15 29 2 24 3 14 11

5-17 24-39 18-32-50 19 81 12 14 3 9 200

Technical Fouls: CSUN - Mark Hill Officials: Dick Cartmell, Duanne Allen, Bill Mallory Attendance: 1,078

GAME 9: DEC. 8, 2009 >> Cal State Northridge (4-5) Denver (6-2) Magness Arena ■ Denver, C0.

Technical Fouls: CSUN - Kenny Daniels, Lenny Daniel Officials: Curtis Shaw, Terry Oglesby, Andy Brooks Attendance: 1,069

IDAHO *Luiz Toledo *Marvin Jefferson *Mac Hopson *Steffan Johnson *Kashif Watson Jeff Ledbetter Shawn Henderson Brandon Wiley Luciano De Souza Marcus Lawrence Kyle Barone TEAM

TOTALS CSUN

*Lenny Daniel *Kenny Daniels *Michael Lizarraga *Mark Hill *Raymond Cody Vincent Cordell Kevin Menner Tony Osunsanmi Vinnie McGhee Darrell Tripp Willie Galick Therin Taylor TEAM

TOTALS

44 52

93 95

FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN 0-5 5-7 7-18 6-14 3-6 0-1 1-3 1-1 3-4 1-2 3-4

0-0 0-0 3-9 4-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 1-1 0-0

2-4 0-0 2-3 0-0 15-15 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 1-2

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

2 5 3 0 2 3 2 1 4 1 3

2 10 19 16 21 0 2 2 11 3 7

2 0 6 2 5 0 0 0 0 5 0

4 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

25 18 31 31 32 9 7 6 14 9 18

30-65 11-25 22-27 15-23-38 26 93 20 12 5 3 200 FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN 5-8 12-17 1-1 2-7 2-7 0-3 1-5 0-0 5-6 0-0 1-3 3-4

32-61

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

1-1 13-15 0-2 5-5 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 1-3

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

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

11 39 2 9 6 0 2 0 14 0 5 7

1 1 1 5 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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

28 31 12 23 25 10 8 6 17 1 22 17

6-10 25-32 10-24-34 21 95 14 9 7 5 200

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Dave Hall, Bill Gracey, Ruben Ramos Attendance: 1,175

35 45

47 44

82 89

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Lenny Daniel 5-12 0-0 4-8 5-8-13 4 14 0 2 1 0 30 *Michael Lizarraga 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 Vinnie McGhee 4-9 3-4 0-1 1-1-2 3 11 0 0 0 1 23 *Kenny Daniels 2-5 1-2 0-0 1-1-2 5 5 1 2 0 0 11 *Raymond Cody 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 2 2 1 2 1 1 23 Vincent Cordell 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 Mark Hill 3-6 3-5 3-4 0-1-1 4 12 1 2 0 1 25 Kevin Menner 1-3 0-0 7-9 1-1-2 2 9 2 2 0 0 19 Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 0 1 6 Willie Galick 6-12 0-1 8-11 6-3-9 3 20 2 0 0 1 32 Therin Taylor 2-6 0-1 2-3 1-3-4 4 6 2 1 0 1 17 Aaron Henson 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 TEAM 4-0-4 TOTALS 24-60 7-14 27-40 20-20-40 32 82 10 11 2 7 200 DENVER FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Justin Coughin 2-5 1-4 0-0 0-2-2 *Nate Rohnert 5-7 0-1 7-10 1-2-3 *Chase Hallam 6-8 3-4 1-4 0-3-3 *Brian Stafford 2-7 1-3 6-10 1-2-3 *Kyle Lewis 1-2 1-1 0-0 1-0-1 Rob Lewis 2-4 0-1 7-8 1-6-7 Travis Hallam 2-2 1-1 2-5 0-2-2 Chen Sabatino 3-5 1-1 0-0 2-1-3 Andrew Hooper 3-4 2-3 4-6 0-4-4 TEAM 0-2-2 TOTALS 26-44 10-19 27-43 6-24-30

GAME 7: DEC. 12, 2009 >> Idaho (4-2) 49 Cal State Northridge (4-3) 43 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

PF 4 4 4 5 2 4 2 2 2

TP 5 17 16 11 3 11 7 7 12

A 3 4 2 4 3 0 1 0 3

TO 0 3 1 1 0 1 2 3 1

B 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1

S 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1

MIN 11 26 31 28 22 20 19 19 24

29 89 20 12 6 5 200

GAME 10: DEC. 18, 2009 >> Drexel (6-5) Cal State Northridge (4-6) The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

37 31

38 32

75 63

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Lenny Daniel 5-7 0-0 3-6 4-3-7 3 13 0 4 0 0 27 *Kenny Daniels 4-7 1-3 1-1 0-2-2 3 10 1 1 0 0 24 *Michael Lizarraga 1-3 0-0 1-2 1-0-1 2 3 0 1 0 0 11 *Vinnie McGhee 2-5 2-4 4-6 0-1-1 3 10 5 0 0 0 34 Raymond Cody 3-7 1-2 3-5 0-1-1 2 10 0 2 1 3 25 Vincent Cordell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 Kevin Menner 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-3-4 1 4 0 1 0 0 12 Tony Osunsanmi 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 1 0 0 9 Willie Galick 2-6 0-0 2-4 1-3-4 2 6 1 4 0 1 31 Therin Taylor 1-5 0-0 5-8 4-3-7 1 7 1 2 0 1 22 TEAM 0-2-2 1 TOTALS 19-43 4-9 21-34 11-19-30 18 63 8 18 1 5 200

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42 42

76 88

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Lenny Daniel 8-12 0-0 8-8 3-4-7 3 24 0 2 1 0 34 *Michael Lizarraga 4-5 0-0 0-0 3-3-6 2 8 0 1 3 2 20 *Mark Hill 1-3 0-0 2-2 0-0-0 3 4 1 2 0 0 17 *Kenny Daniels 2-7 1-3 2-3 0-1-1 3 7 1 4 0 0 16 *Raymond Cody 1-7 0-3 3-4 0-2-2 5 5 2 0 0 0 25 Vincent Cordell 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 Kevin Menner 4-11 0-0 2-4 1-0-1 4 10 0 0 0 1 20 Tony Osunsanmi 0--0 0-0 2-2 1-1-2 2 2 0 0 0 0 5 Vinnie McGhee 6-13 2-7 0-0 0-1-1 3 14 3 4 0 1 25 Willie Galick 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-1-2 2 1 1 4 1 1 16 Therin Taylor 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0-0 4 0 0 0 1 1 9 Aaron Henson 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 TEAM 3-5-8 TOTALS 26-63 3-14 21-29 12-18-30 32 76 8 17 6 6 200 WASHINGTON FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Matt Bryan-Amaning 2-7 0-0 2-2 5-5-10 *Venoy Overton 2-5 1-1 2-4 1-1-2 *Isaiah Thomas 4-10 0-2 13-15 1-3-4 *Quincy Pondexter 6-14 1-2 7-8 3-4-7 *Elston Turner 2-4 0-2 2-4 0-1-1 Abdul Gaddy 5-8 0-0 1-1 0-0-0 Clarence Trent 1-3 0-0 2-2 2-2-4 Scott Suggs 2-4 1-3 0-0 0-0-0 Justin Holiday 2-6 0-0 0-0 3-0-3 Tyreese Breshers 1-2 0-0 1-2 2-3-5 Darnell Gant 0-4 0-0 1-2 3-2-5 TEAM 4-5-9 TOTALS 27-67 3-10 31-40 24-26-50

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

TP 6 7 21 20 6 11 4 5 4 3 1

A 0 2 1 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 1

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

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

S 1 0 4 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

MIN 18 23 31 30 22 21 6 12 15 10 12

21 88 12 20 7 10 200

Technical Fouls: CSUN - Mark Hill; Washington - Quincy Pondexter Officials: Mike Littlewood, James Giron, Scott Harris Attendance: 8,125

DREXEL FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Derrick Thomas 4-11 2-6 0-0 1-1-2 1 10 2 3 0 2 26 *Samme Givens 2-3 0-0 0-1 2-5-7 2 4 0 1 1 5 38 *Daryl McCoy 1-4 0-0 2-3 4-3-7 5 4 0 0 3 0 19 *Gerald Colds 6-13 2-5 3-4 2-3-5 3 17 4 3 0 4 36 *Jamie Harris 9-15 1-4 5-5 0-3-3 3 24 7 3 0 1 35 Chris Fouch 4-10 2-8 2-2 0-2-2 1 12 0 1 0 0 18 Kevin Phillips 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 3 2 1 0 1 0 7 Evan Neisler 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 5 2 0 1 0 0 16 Shannon Givens 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 TEAM 2-3-5 TOTALS 28-58 7-23 12-15 13-21-34 23 75 14 13 5 12 200

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Sean Hill, Brian Dorsey, Tim Kelly Attendance: 1,032

GAME 8: DEC. 6, 2009 >> Cal State Northridge (4-4) 34 Washington (6-1) 46 Bank of America Arena ■ Seattle, Wa.

GAME 11: DEC. 22, 2009>> Cal State Northridge (4-7) Colorado (7-4) Coors Events Center ■ Denver, Co.

21 41

37 51

58 92

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Lenny Daniel 0-6 0-0 3-10 3-4-7 0 3 0 3 0 0 19 *Wllie Galick 0-3 0-0 4-6 1-0-1 4 4 4 5 0 1 25 *Vinnie McGhee 5-14 3-8 0-0 1-5-6 4 13 2 2 0 4 33 *Kenny Daniels 4-8 1-5 0-0 2-1-3 1 9 2 6 0 1 27 *Raymond Cody 0-4 0-2 2-2 0-1-1 0 2 0 3 0 0 16 Vincent Cordell 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 1 2 0 2 0 1 11 Mark Hill 3-5 2-4 4-4 0-2-2 3 12 0 1 0 1 22 Tony Osunsanmi 1-1 0-0 1-2 6-0-6 1 3 0 0 0 0 10 Therin Taylor 2-6 0-3 0-0 0-0-0 2 4 0 2 0 1 14 Aaron Henson 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Michael Lizarraga 2-5 0-0 2-2 3-4-7 2 6 0 2 1 1 20 TEAM 0-2-2 TOTALS 18-55 6-23 16-26 17-19-36 18 58 8 26 1 10 200 COLORADO FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Austin Dufault 4-7 2-3 2-2 0-3-3 2 12 1 1 1 3 23 *Nate Tomlinson 3-3 2-2 0-0 0-1-1 1 8 4 2 0 2 30 *Marcus Relphorde 4-6 3-3 2-2 1-3-4 4 13 4 3 1 3 27 *Alec Burks 5-10 0-4 6-6 2-4-6 2 14 3 4 1 2 28 *Cory Higgins 5-11 1-5 3-3 0-3-3 2 14 8 0 0 2 28 Dwight Thorne II 6-10 2-6 5-5 0-1-1 2 19 5 4 0 1 18 Shane Harris-Tunks 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-3-3 1 4 0 5 0 1 12 Javon Coney 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 Levin Knutson 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 0 2 0 1 0 0 8 Casey Crawford 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 Keegan Hornbuckle 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 4 1 0 1 1 11 Trey Eckloff 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 2 2 1 0 0 0 5 TEAM 2-1-3 TOTALS 32-57 10-25 18-19 7-24-31 20 92 27 20 4 15 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Rick Randall, Randy Heimerman, John Moore Attendance: 5,838


H

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Kevin Menner 0-3 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 *Lenny Daniel 3-8 0-0 3-5 5-4-9 *Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 1-2 4-2-6 *Mark Hill 2-8 1-4 0-1 0-1-1 *Raymond Cody 0-4 0-2 0-0 1-1-2 Vincent Cordell 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 Vinnie McGhee 5-13 3-7 0-0 0-1-1 Dathan Lyles 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Willie Galick 1-5 0-1 1-2 2-1-3 Kenny Daniels 2-7 0-2 3-4 3-5-8 Therin Taylor 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 Michael Lizarraga 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 TEAM 0-1-1 TOTALS 15-52 4-17 9-16 17-19-36

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

TP 1 9 1 5 0 2 13 0 3 7 2 0

26 33 A 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0

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

43 52 B 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0

MIN 11 33 12 29 9 7 30 10 27 23 7 2

GAME 13: JAN. 4, 2010 >> Cal State Northridge (4-9, 0-2) UC Davis (6-8, 2-0) The Pavilion ■ Davis, Ca.

26 31

47 54

73 85

16 43 6 10 2 10 200

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Kevin Menner 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-4-5 0 0 0 3 0 0 16 *Tony Osunsanmi 0-1 0-0 2-2 1-7-8 3 2 0 0 0 0 24 *Lenny Daniel 9-14 0-0 3-6 5-7-12 4 21 0 3 1 2 28 *Mark Hill 6-13 1-4 5-7 1-4-5 3 18 3 1 0 1 29 *Kenny Daniels 4-8 0-2 5-8 1-1-2 2 13 2 3 0 3 23 Vinnie McGhee 2-12 1-9 0-0 0-0-0 3 5 4 2 0 1 25 Dathan Lyles 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 Willie Galick 0-2 0-0 3-4 1-0-1 4 3 1 4 0 0 10 Raymond Cody 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Therin Taylor 1-2 0-0 3-4 1-1-2 1 5 0 4 0 1 12 Michael Lizarrga 3-5 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 2 6 0 1 2 0 18 TEAM 1-2-3 TOTALS 25-63 2-17 21-31 15-29-44 22 73 12 21 3 8 200

PACIFIC FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Sam Willard 1-6 0-0 4-4 3-5-8 0 6 3 1 1 1 28 *Joe Ford 5-5 0-0 0-0 6-5-11 4 10 2 1 4 0 31 *Mike Nunnally 3-4 0-0 0-1 1-4-5 4 6 1 0 0 1 24 *Demetrece Young 1-11 1-10 2-2 1-4-5 0 5 3 1 0 0 34 *Terrell Smith 0-6 0-3 3-4 1-0-1 1 3 0 5 1 1 32 Lavar Neufville 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 Pat Eveland 5-11 4-9 0-0 1-1-2 0 14 2 3 0 1 20 Allen Huddleston 0-5 0-3 2-2 2-2-4 0 2 2 2 0 0 14 Nyika Williams 2-3 0-0 2-3 0-1-1 1 6 1 0 0 0 8 TEAM 3-1-4 TOTALS 17-52 5-26 13-16 18-23-41 11 52 14 13 6 4 200

UC DAVIS FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Adam Malik 2-5 2-4 2-4 0-3-3 3 8 1 1 0 1 17 *Joe Harden 5-10 0-0 2-3 4-1-5 5 12 3 3 0 4 29 *Dominic Calegari 10-16 3-5 5-6 1-10-11 5 28 3 4 1 4 32 *Ryan Silva 4-9 4-7 5-6 1-5-6 4 17 4 3 0 1 36 *Ryan Sypkens 3-8 0-4 4-4 0-5-5 2 10 5 5 1 2 37 Julian Welch 3-7 2-2 2-4 0-2-2 2 10 1 0 0 1 28 Ryan Howley 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 0 0 0 0 11 Jelani Floyd 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 2 0 1 0 0 0 10 TEAM 1-2-3 TOTALS 27-60 11-23 20-27 8-29-37 25 85 15 16 2 13 200

Technical Fouls: CSUN - Team Officials: Shawn Leigh, Matt Tackett, Bill Mallory Attendance: 2,808

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Mark Reischling, Michael Irving, Hughes Suffren Attendance: 1,108

{ DATHAN LYLES } GAME 14: JAN. 7, 2010 >> UC Irvine (8-7, 2-1) 33 Cal State Northridge (4-10, 0-3) 30 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

32 32

65 62

UC IRVINE FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Pavol Losonsky 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 7 *Eric Wise 4-13 1-1 5-7 1-5-6 1 14 1 4 0 1 34 *Adam Folker 0-2 0-0 4-6 2-4-6 3 4 0 0 0 1 32 *Darren Moore 3-6 2-4 3-3 3-3-6 4 11 2 1 0 1 32 *Michael Hunter 1-6 1-5 7-8 0-2-2 3 10 1 2 0 1 20 Rashaad Ubah 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Derrick Strings 4-5 2-3 1-2 0-0-0 3 11 3 1 0 1 18 Zack Atkinson 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 5 2 1 0 0 1 13 Patrick Rembert 4-7 2-4 3-3 1-0-1 3 13 2 3 0 2 31 Mike Wilder 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 0 0 1 1 1 0 12 TEAM 2-1-3 1 TOTALS 17-41 8-18 23-29 18-1828 22 65 11 15 1 8 200 CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Kevin Menner 4-7 0-0 1-4 0-4-4 1 9 0 1 0 0 20 *Tony Osunsanmi 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 3 2 0 0 0 2 16 *Lenny Daniel 4-8 0-0 2-4 1-2-3 3 10 1 2 0 0 22 *Mark Hill 2-7 0-2 4-8 1--2-3 5 8 4 2 0 4 33 *Kenny Daniels 4-7 1-2 2-2 1-5-6 3 11 0 3 0 0 32 Vinnie McGhee 1-5 1-4 0-0 1-1-2 1 3 1 2 0 0 18 Dathan Lyles 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 Willie Galick 4-6 0-0 7-10 4-2-6 3 15 1 2 1 0 33 Raymond Cody 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 10 Therin Taylor 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 1 0 0 1 0 2 6 Michael Lizarraga 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 2 1 1 0 1 7 TEAM 2-0-2 TOTALS 22-46 2-9 16-28 11-18-29 21 61 9 15 1 10 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Tom Wood, Fred Carbone, Rich Killen Attendance: 476

GAME 15: JAN. 11, 2010 >> Seattle University (7-11) Cal State Northridge (5-10) The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca. SEATTLE FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Mike Boxley 1-6 0-3 1-2 1-2-3 *Aaron Broussard 8-10 2-3 0-0 2-2-4 *Charles Garcia 11-20 0-1 12-18 3-11-14 *Cervante Burrell 2-7 1-1 2-4 0-4-4 *Gavin Gilmore 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Garrett Lever 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 Taylor Olson 2-8 2-7 2-2 0-2-2 Chris Gweth 4-11 0-3 5-5 1-2-3 Peter Harris 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Drew Harris 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Alex Jones 2-9 2-6 1-3 0-2-2 TEAM 5-1-6 TOTALS 30-74 7-25 23-34 13-28-41

34 40 PF 5 3 2 3 3 1 5 3 5 0 1

TP 3 18 34 7 0 0 8 13 0 0 7

56 58 A 1 1 1 8 0 1 1 2 0 0 1

TO 1 1 6 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 2

90 98 B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 1 2 0 4 0 0 1 4 0 0 0

MIN 22 25 30 29 8 16 24 19 6 0+ 21

31 90 16 15 0 12 200

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Tony Osunsanmi 0-2 0-0 0-0 3-5-8 2 0 0 0 1 0 17 *Therin Taylor 0-1 0-1 3-4 3-2-5 3 3 1 4 0 0 13 *Lenny Daniel 4-11 0-0 3-7 4-8-12 4 11 1 4 2 1 33 *Mark Hill 0-3 0-1 7-11 0-1-1 4 7 3 1 0 1 16 *Kenny Daniels 5-8 3-4 6-6 1-1-2 5 19 2 5 0 2 24 Kevin Menner 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 Vinnie McGhee 5-9 3-6 9-10 0-3-3 1 22 4 1 0 1 21 Dathan Lyles 2-3 1-1 0-2 0-0-0 2 5 3 0 0 0 7 Willie Galick 2-6 0-0 3-4 2-4-6 5 7 0 2 0 1 18 Raymond Cody 3-9 0-4 0-0 2-1-3 1 6 1 1 1 0 17 Rashaun McLemore 5-9 1-4 3-5 0-6-6 2 14 4 2 1 1 23 Michael Lizarraga 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 1 4 1 1 0 1 8 TEAM 2-3-5 TOTALS 28-64 8-21 34-49 17-37-54 30 98 21 21 5 8 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Dick Cartmell, Tony Padilla, Donald McAllister Attendance: 1,024

GAME 16: JAN. 14, 2010 >> UC Riverside (7-9, 1-3) 35 Cal State Northridge (6-10, 1-3) 32 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

15 32

50 64

UC RIVERSIDE FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Bryson Hampton 0-4 0-0 1-2 2-4-6 1 1 0 1 0 0 20 *Larry Gurganious 1-7 0-0 2-2 2-5-7 2 4 0 2 0 1 32 *Kyle Austin 7-17 2-4 2-2 4-2-6 3 18 1 3 0 0 31 *Lateef McMullan 3-10 2-6 2-2 0-1-1 0 10 0 2 0 2 34 *Sean Cunningham 3-7 1-4 4-5 0-1-1 3 11 0 4 0 0 27 Dwight Gordon 0-3 0-1 2-2 0-0-0 1 2 2 1 0 0 15 Brandon Dowdy 2-5 0-3 0-0 1-3-4 1 4 1 0 0 0 18 David Chavarria 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 5 0 0 1 1 0 16 Rudy Meo 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 Konner Vetoto 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 23 0 0 1 0 0 5 TEAM 0-4-4 TOTALS 16-55 5-18 13-15 11-23-34 18 50 5 15 1 3 200 CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Tony Osunsanmi 0-1 0-0 0-0 4-1-5 1 0 0 2 0 0 12 *Kenny Daniels 4-5 2-3 7-8 0-2-2 3 17 1 5 0 1 27 *Lenny Daniels 3-7 0-0 4-6 1-7-8 0 10 2 1 5 2 36 *Mark Hill 2-6 1-3 0-0 1-2-3 1 5 6 2 0 2 25 *Therin Taylor 1-4 0-2 0-0 0-1-1 3 2 0 1 0 0 7 Vinnie McGhee 3-11 3-10 0-0 0-4-4 1 9 4 0 0 1 21 Dathan Lyles 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 Willie Galick 1-3 0-0 6-8 4-4-8 3 8 3 3 0 0 30 Raymond Cody 3-7 2-5 1-1 1-3-4 3 9 0 1 0 0 18 Rashaun McLemore 0-1 0-1 2-2 0-2-2 2 2 0 1 0 1 5 Michael Lizarraga 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-3-3 TEAM TOTALS 17-49 8-24 22-27 12-29-41 18 64 16 17 5 7 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Martin Cota, Anthony Crozier, Daryl Gelinas Attendance: 1,008

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GAME 12: JAN. 2, 2010 >> Cal State Northridge (4-8, 0-1) 17 Pacific (8-5, 1-0) 19 Alex G. Spanos Center ■ Stockton, Ca.


H TEAMHISTORY 2009-10 BOX SCORES GAME 17: JAN. 16, 2010 >> Cal State Northridge (7-10, 2-3) 37 Cal State Fullerton (8-8, 3-2) 25 Titan Gym ■ Fullerton, Ca. CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Lenny Daniel 7-12 0-0 6-8 5-7-12 *Tony Osunsanmi 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-4-4 *Mark Hill 2-6 2-3 3-4 0-0-0 *Kenny Daniels 3-9 0-2 11-13 3-3-6 *Therin Taylor 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-0-1 Vinnie McGhee 3-7 3-7 0-0 0-2-2 Willie Galick 3-5 0-0 2-2 3-3-6 Raymond Cody 0-3 0-1 0--0 0-1-1 Eashaun McLemore 5-9 0-2 1-2 0-3-3 Michael Lizarraga 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 TEAM 1-0-1 TOTALS 24-54 5-15 25-31 14-23-37

PF 3 3 3 3 3 1 4 1 2 1

TP 20 0 9 17 4 9 8 0 11 0

41 47 A 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0

TO 3 1 3 4 0 3 2 1 1 0

78 72 B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0

MIN 36 18 23 26 19 23 23 8 21 3

24 78 7 18 1 6 200

CSF FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Gerard Anderson 3-7 0-0 3-4 3-5-8 4 9 4 5 2 2 34 *Jer’Vaughn Johnson 2-2 2-2 0-2 1-1-2 5 6 0 2 0 0 9 *Bryce Webster 4-5 0-0 3-3 4-3-7 5 11 0 3 1 0 29 *Aaron Thompson 3-9 1-5 7-8 0-3-3 5 14 4 3 1 2 36 *Jacques Streeter 2-12 2-9 3-5 0-0-0 2 9 7 2 0 2 40 Devon Peltier 7-14 7-13 2-3 0-5-5 0 23 1 1 0 0 36 Orane Chin 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 Eeric Williams 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-0-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Ray Miller 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-0-1 0 0 0 2 0 0 10 TEAM 0-1-1 TOTALS 21-49 12-29 18-30 11-19-30 22 72 16 18 4 6 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: John Edwards, Bobby Pultz, Ronald Brokenbrough Attendance: 1,192

GAME 20: JAN. 28, 2010 >> Long Beach State (9-11, 3-4) 27 Cal State Northridge (7-13, 2-5) 33 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

GAME 18: JAN. 19, 2001 >> Cal State Northridge (7-11) Seattle University (9-11) KeyArea ■ Seattle, Wa.

35 49

64 74

GAME 19: JAN 23, 2010 >> Cal State Northridge (7-12, 2-4) 36 Cal Poly (8-10, 5-2) 44 Mott Gym ■ San Luis Obispo, Ca.

36 29

72 73

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Lenny Daniel 5-9 0-0 0-1 2-4-6 4 10 0 1 0 0 21 *Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-4-4 1 0 0 1 0 1 16 *Kenny Daniels 8-16 1-4 4-5 1-2-3 4 21 1 2 0 0 32 *Mark Hill 0-8 0-3 0-0 1-0-1 2 0 0 2 0 1 22 *Therin Taylor 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-1-2 0 1 0 0 0 0 9 Vincent Cordell 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 1 2 0 0 0 0 7 Kevin Menner 6-7 0-0 0-2 3-1-4 1 12 0 1 0 0 11 Vinnie McGhee 3-11 2-6 2-2 2-4-6 2 10 1 2 0 4 26 Willie Galick 2-3 0-0 3-8 1-1-2 4 7 0 2 1 2 29 Raymond Cody 0-5 0-2 0-0 0-0-0 3 0 1 2 0 0 16 Rashaun McLemore 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0-0 1 1 1 1 0 1 10 Michael Lizarraga 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 TEAM 2-7-9 TOTALS 25-64 3-17 11-22 14-24-38 25 64 4 14 1 9 200

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Lenny Daniel 5-11 0-0 3-4 2-6-8 2 13 1 1 2 1 35 *Tony Osunsanmi 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 2 0 0 1 1 0 14 *Mark Hill 9-12 5-7 1-1 0-3-3 1 24 1 2 0 2 28 *Kenny Daniels 3-15 1-5 5-6 0-5-5 1 12 8 3 0 0 35 *Therin Taylor 3-6 1-2 2-2 0-3-3 4 9 1 1 0 0 17 Vncent Cordell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 Vinnie McGhee 2-4 1-3 0-0 0-0-0 1 5 2 0 0 0 16 Willie Galick 1-4 0-1 5-8 0-3-3 4 7 1 3 1 0 17 Raymond Cody 0-2 0-1 0-2 2-0-2 2 0 0 0 0 1 8 Rashaun McLemore 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 0 2 0 0 14 Michael Lizarraga 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 2 1 0 0 0 13 TEAM 3-5-8 TOTALS 24-59 8-19 16-23 9-28-37 20 72 16 13 4 4 200

SEATTLE FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Mike Boxley 1-4 0-1 0-0 2-2-4 4 2 0 2 1 0 29 *Aaron Broussard 4-8 1-2 3-6 4-3-7 2 12 0 1 1 1 22 *Gavin Gilmore 2-6 0-0 2-4 1-5-6 2 6 0 0 1 1 22 *Charles Garcia 4-11 0-1 5-10 7-5-12 4 13 0 3 1 1 21 *Cervante Burrell 7-13 0-0 3-4 1-4-5 0 17 3 3 0 0 37 Garrett Lever 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0-0 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 Taylor Olson 1-2 1-2 2-2 0-0-0 1 5 1 2 0 0 18 Chris Gweth 6-12 0-2 0-0 1-4-5 2 12 2 1 0 0 30 Alex Jones 2-5 1-2 1-2 2-2-4 3 6 1 1 0 0 18 TEAM 2-7-9 1 TOTALS 27-62 3-11 17-30 20-32-52 18 74 7 14 4 5 200

CAL POLY FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Jordan Lewis 1-2 0-1 2-2 0-2-2 2 4 0 2 0 0 16 *Will Taylor 1-3 0-0 0-1 2-4-6 4 2 2 2 1 2 26 *Lorenzo Keeler 7-15 0-4 9-10 0-3-3 2 23 5 2 0 0 37 *Shawn Lewis 4-8 3-5 0-3 2-3-5 4 11 3 1 0 1 25 *Kyle Odister 3-6 1-1 0-0 0-3-3 2 7 3 4 0 3 26 Justin Brown 2-4 1-2 3-4 0-0-0 0 8 2 0 0 0 19 Dylan Royer 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Charles Anderson 1-4 0-1 1-2 1-1-2 0 3 0 0 0 0 8 David Hanson 6-11 2-4 1-3 1-3-4 4 15 1 3 0 0 32 Ryan Darling 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 4 0 0 1 1 0 10 TEAM 2-9-11 TOTALS 25-54 7-18 16-25 8-30-38 22 73 16 15 2 6 200

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Gregory Nixon, Kevin Brill, Ryan Ray Holmes Attendance: 3,013

42 35

29 25

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Matt Tackett, Marc Terrazas, Coban Lopez Attendance: 2,741

GAME 21: JAN. 30, 2010 >> UC Santa Barbara (11-8, 6-3) 37 Cal State Northridge (8-13, 3-5) 39 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

69 68

LBS FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Eugene Phelps 7-12 0-0 4-6 4-2-6 3 18 0 1 3 2 23 *T.J. Robinson 6-15 0-0 5-6 6-7-13 0 17 1 2 0 0 33 *Larry Anderson 4-10 0-1 4-4 5-4-9 3 12 3 2 1 0 33 *Casper Ware 3-7 0-1 2-2 1-3-4 3 8 6 3 0 3 33 *Stephan Gilling 1-7 1-6 2-2 0-2-2 4 5 0 1 0 0 26 Greg Plater 2-10 1-8 0-0 0-2-2 0 5 1 1 0 1 21 Arturas Lazdauskas 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-4-4 2 2 2 3 0 1 17 Jesse Woodard 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 Andrew Fleming 1-1 0-0 0-0 3-0-3 1 2 0 0 0 0 6 TEAM 2-0-2 1 TOTALS 25-66 2-18 17-20 21-34-45 17 69 13 15 4 7 200

32 37

69 76

UCSB FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *James Nunnally 5-13 4-11 7-7 1-5-6 3 21 2 4 1 1 36 *Orlando Johnson 5-16 2-6 8-10 5-3-8 3 20 2 4 1 0 35 *Lucas Devenny 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 2 2 0 1 0 1 16 *Will Brew 1-4 0-1 3-8 0-3-3 4 5 3 2 0 1 25 *James Powell 4-13 3-11 2-2 0-5-5 3 13 3 0 0 1 27 Jaime Serna 1-1 0-0 3-4 1-3-4 4 5 0 3 1 3 19 Jordan Weiner 1-4 1-3 0-0 1-0-1 5 3 1 1 0 0 13 Justin Joyner 0-2 0-2 0-0 1-0-1 1 0 3 1 0 0 16 Sam Phippen 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 Greg Somogyi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 1 0 9 TEAM 1-0-1 1 TOTALS 18-54 10-34 23-31 11-22-33 28 69 14 17 4 7 200

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 2 0 2 1 0 1 15 *Therin Taylor 1-5 0-1 0-0 2-2-4 2 2 1 0 0 0 13 *Lenny Daniel 3-11 0-0 4-4 4-4-8 3 10 0 0 2 1 27 *Mark Hill 4-10 2-5 0-2 2-0-2 0 10 5 3 0 2 27 *Kenny Daniels 3-10 0-2 1-2 2-3-5 0 7 0 3 1 1 32 Kevin Menner 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-0-1 0 1 0 1 0 0 6 Vinnie McGhee 6-10 5-8 0-0 0-1-1 1 17 2 1 0 1 23 Dathan Lyles 1-2 1-1 0-0 1-2-3 0 3 2 2 0 0 8 Raymond Cody 0-4 0-2 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 12 Rashaun McLemore 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 2 2 0 2 0 1 8 Michael Lizarraga 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 2 0 2 0 0 8 TEAM 3-4-7 1 TOTALS 25-64 8-20 10-14 17-22-39 18 68 15 19 3 8 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Michael Irving, Ralph Schemel, Rick Young Attendance: 1,376

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CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF *Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 *Rashaun McLemore 5-10 1-2 3-3 1-4-5 0 *Willie Galick 7-11 0-0 5-8 2-7-9 4 *Mark Hill 2-7 1-5 5-10 0-6-6 3 *Vinnie McGhee 1-4 1-4 2-2 0-0-0 1 Vincent Cordell 3-4 2-2 0-0 2-3-5 5 Kevin Menner 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 Dathan Lyles 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 0 Kenny Daniels 0-3 0-1 3-4 0-3-3 3 Raymond Cody 1-4 0-2 2-2 0-0-0 1 Therin Taylor 1-6 0-1 3-4 3-2-5 4 Michael Lizarraga 2-2 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 4 TEAM 3-0-3 TOTALS 23-54 5-17 25-35 13-30-43 25 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Newton Chelette, Fred Carbone, Rich Kollen Attendance: 1,482

TP 0 14 19 10 5 8 2 01 3 4 5 6

A 0 3 0 5 3 0 0 2 1 1 0 0

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

B 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

MIN 6 20 31 31 19 18 4 6 24 11 16 14

76 14 15 3 11 200


H

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Tony Osunsanmi 3-3 0-0 0-0 2-0-2 *Rashaun McLemore 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-4-4 *Willie Galick 3-8 0-1 3-4 1-1-2 *Mark Hill 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-3-3 *Vinnie McGhee 3-12 2-6 0-0 0-3-3 Vincent Cordell 2-5 1-3 2-2 1-2-3 Kevin Menner 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 Dathan Lyles 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 Raymond Cody 7-8 4-4 0-0 0-6-6 Therin Taylor 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 TEAM 2-2-4 TOTALS 24-49 10-19 5-6 6-22-28

PF 3 2 3 2 0 3 0 2 1 1

TP 6 2 9 3 8 7 0 2 18 0

A 0 2 2 3 4 0 0 2 0 1

TO 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 1

GAME 23: FEB. 6, 2010 >> Cal State Northridge (9-14, 4-6) 26 Long Beach State (11-12, 5-5) 33 The Pyramid ■ Long Beach, Ca.

63 48 B 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0

S 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 3 2 0

MIN 9 20 33 19 24 22 4 21 25 4

LBS FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Eugene Phelps 2-4 0-0 3-5 1-1-2 4 7 1 3 1 1 20 *T.J. Robinson 5-12 0-0 5-7 5-3-8 2 15 1 0 0 0 36 *Larry Anderson 3-8 0-1 0-0 1-3-4 4 6 4 3 0 0 33 *Casper Ware 2-8 2-5 4-6 1-1-2 3 10 4 5 0 2 33 *Stephan Gilling 5-11 4-10 0-0 1-4-5 2 14 0 1 0 2 32 Greg Plater 2-5 1-4 0-0 0-0-0 0 5 3 1 0 1 18 Arturas Lazdaislas 2-3 0-0 2-2 1-3-4 3 6 1 1 1 0 12 Lin Chang 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Mike Vantrimpont 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Jerramy King 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0-0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 Kyle Richardson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Andrew Fleming 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 4 0 0 0 0 0 12 TEAM 1-7-8 TOTALS 21-51 7-20 16-24 11-23-34 22 65 14 14 2 8 200

UC RIVERSIDE FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Bryson Hampton 0-2 0-0 0-1 2-3-5 1 0 0 2 0 1 23 *Kyle Ausitn 6-12 3-4 2-4 3-1-4 3 17 0 2 0 3 38 *Larry Gurganious 4-9 0-0 3-4 7-4-11 2 11 1 4 1 1 31 *Lateef McMullan 1-7 1-6 3-5 1-2-3 0 6 2 2 0 3 25 *Sean Cunningham 1-8 1-4 1-2 0-2-2 3 4 4 2 0 1 30 Dwight Gordon 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 1 2 1 2 0 0 13 Jalonni Diggs 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Brandon Dowdy 1-7 1-6 0-0 1-1-2 0 3 0 1 0 0 21 Koner Veteto 1-2 0-0 2-4 3-5-8 4 4 0 2 0 0 17 TEAM 1-1-2 TOTALS 15-50 6-22 11-20 20-19-39 14 47 8 17 1 9 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Robert Pultz, Melvin Lanrdy, Matt Tackett Attendance: 495

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Milt Stowe, Fred Carbone, Daryl Gelinas Attendance: 2,551

{ RAYMOND CODY } 29 29

57 59

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5-7 1 0 0 0 1 1 19 *Willie Galick 4-6 0-0 4-6 2-2-4 5 12 1 1 1 1 32 *Mark Hill 1-6 0-3 0-0 2-2-4 0 2 4 1 0 2 35 *Vinnie McGhee 2-9 0-3 0-0 0-0-0 1 4 1 0 0 0 14 *Rashaun McLemore 0-2 0-2 0-0 1-0-1 2 0 0 3 0 0 9 Vincent Cordell 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 9 Lenny Daniel 9-12 1-3 5-5 2-3-5 3 24 2 2 0 1 14 Dathan Lyles 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Raymond Cody 3-8 0-1 5-6 0-2-2 4 11 2 1 0 1 27 Therin Taylor 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Michael Lizarraga 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 TEAM 3-0-3 1 TOTALS 21-51 1-13 14-17 13-15-28 22 57 10 11 2 6 200 CSUB FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Trent Blakley 4-10 3-6 5-6 1-5-6 3 16 0 1 1 0 39 *Santwon Latunde 1-4 0-0 4-6 1-1-2 4 6 1 4 1 2 25 *Donavan Bragg 2-6 0-3 2-2 0-6-6 2 6 1 3 0 0 37 *Marcus Hall 3-5 2-4 0-0 0-1-1 4 8 2 1 0 0 28 *Stephon Carter 3-6 0-0 8-10 1-1-2 4 14 1 5 0 2 29 Donalh Johnson 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 James Albright 0-3 0-1 1-2 2-1-3 1 1 3 1 0 0 20 Jose Lara 3-3 0-0 2-5 3-1-4 2 8 0 2 3 1 15 TEAM 5-3-8 TOTALS 16-38 5-15 22-31 13-19-32 20 59 9 16 5 5 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Newton Chelette, Anthony Crozier, Rich Kollen Attendance: NA

51 65

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Tony Osunsanmi 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 2 2 0 3 0 0 9 *Willie Galick 1-4 0-0 1-6 0-2-2 3 3 0 2 0 1 25 *Mark Hill 4-10 1-3 1-3 1-4-5 3 10 0 4 0 1 29 *Vinnie McGhee 1-7 0-6 0-0 0-1-1 2 2 2 0 0 0 18 *Rashuan McLemore 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-5-5 2 0 2 1 0 0 15 Vincent Cordell 0-2 0-1 2-2 0-1-1 3 2 0 0 1 1 16 Lenny Daniel 3-4 0-0 3-4 2-2-4 1 9 1 1 0 1 20 Dathan Lyles 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 2 1 0 1 0 0 5 Kenny Daniels 8-12 1-2 1-2 3-1-4 1 4 0 3 0 0 22 Michael Lizarraga 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 TEAM 2-2-4 TOTALS 19-47 2-14 11-23 10-23-33 22 51 5 18 1 4 200

19 63 15 12 5 12 200

GAME 24: FEB. 10, 2010 >> Cal State Northridge (9-15) 30 Cal State Bakersfield (6-17) 30 Rabobank Arena ■ Bakersfield, Ca.

25 32

GAME 25: FEB. 13, 2010 >> Cal State Fullerton (13-11, 7-5) 32 44 7-14-16 113 Cal State Northridge (9-16, 4-7) 44-32 7-14-15 112 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

GAME 26: FEB. 17, 2010 >> Cal Poly (9-16. 6-7) 29 Cal State Northridge (10-16, 5-7) 35 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

CSF FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Gerard Anderson 6-10 0-0 13-17 1-6-7 *Jer’Vaughn Johnson 2-6 0-0 2-2 1-5-6 *Bryce Webster 3-7 0-0 6-13 4-6-10 *Aaron Thompson 5-13 3-8 8-9 2-6-8 *Jacques Streeter 6-15 2-7 7-9 1-5-6 Devon Peltier 4-13 4-9 4-6 0-2-2 Jamel McGuire 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 Orane Chin 2-3 0-0 3-4 2-0-2 Eric Williams 2-2 0-0 1-1 1-0-1 Ray Miller 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Papa Guisse 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 TEAM 2-3-5 TOTALS 30-70 9-24 44-61 14-34-48

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

CAL POLY FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Will Taylor 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-1-3 4 4 1 1 0 0 10 *David Hanson 2-8 0-3 0-0 2-3-5 5 4 1 1 1 2 27 *Lorenzo Keeler 9-19 3-10 2-3 0-2-2 3 23 1 2 0 0 36 *Charles Anderson 2-7 1-4 0-0 4-2-6 3 5 3 0 1 0 33 *Shawn Lewis 3-14 0-1 8-11 2-2-4 2 14 2 1 1 1 29 Jordan Lewis 3-8 0-2 0-0 2-0-2 5 6 0 1 2 2 19 Dylan Royer 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Kyle Odister 2-10 2-9 0-0 1-1-2 1 6 4 3 0 1 23 Ryan Darling 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-4-4 3 6 0 0 0 3 23 TEAM 4-2-6 TOTALS 25-70 6-29 12-16 18-17-35 26 68 12 9 5 9 200

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Tony Osunsanmi 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-3-6 *Rashaun McLemore 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 *Willie Galick 4-7 0-0 3-8 4-2-6 *Mark Hill 3-13 0-4 12-14 0-1-1 *Raymond Cody 2-6 2-3 0-1 1-5-6 Vincent Cordell 4-5 2-3 7-8 1-0-1 Kevin Menner 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Lenny Daniel 6-9 0-0 4-4 3-8-11 Vinnie McGhee 2-10 1-8 0-0 1-1-2 Dathan Lyles 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 Kenny Daniels 9-20 0-2 7-9 5-5-10 Therin Taylor 2-6 0-0 4-4 3-4-7 Michael Lizarraga 2-4 0-0 0-1 1-5-6 TEAM 1-2-3 TOTALS 35-85 5-20 37-49 23-38-61

PF 5 2 5 5 5 1 0 5 2 2 5 1 1

TP 25 6 12 21 21 16 0 7 5 0 0

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

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

B 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

S 2 4 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

MIN 44 30 33 47 49 38 10 13 3 1 7

36 113 15 21 6 10 275 TP 0 0 11 18 6 17 0 16 5 2 25 8 4

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

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

B 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0

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

MIN 23 7 29 32 41 14 0+ 32 24 11 31 17 14

39 112 14 23 7 9 275

CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Tony Osunsanmi 0-1 0-0 0-1 3-3-6 *Kenny Daniels 4-7 1-1 10-11 0-5-5 *Lenny Daniel 6-11 0-0 8-13 2-5-7 *Mark Hill 4-7 1-3 0-0 0-3-3 *Raymond Cody 1-5 0-4 2-2 1-3-4 Kevin Menner 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Vinnie McGhee 1-2 1-2 0-0 1-0-1 Dathan Lyles 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 Willie Galick 2-5 0-0 9-10 1-2-3 Therin Taylor 1-3 0-0 1-2 0-2-2 Michael Lizarraga 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 TEAM 1-3-4 TOTALS 20-44 3-11 30-39 10-28-38

PF 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 4 2 0

TP 0 19 20 9 4 0 3 2 13 3 0

39 38

A 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0

TO 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 1 3 3 0 1 13 73 9 17

68 73

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

S 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

MIN 17 30 30 32 18 3 11 7 26 20 6

6 4 200

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Tom Wood, Don McAllister, Ralph Schemel Attendance: 1,517

Technical Fouls: None Officials: Matt Tackett, Marc Terrazas, Jim Bannowsky Attendance: 1,072

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GAME 22: FEB. 4, 2010 >> Cal State Northridge (9-13, 4-5) 35 28 UC Riverside (8-14, 2-8) 27 20 Student Recreation Center ■ Riverside, Ca.


H TEAMHISTORY 2009-10 BOX SCORES GAME 27: FEB. 20, 2010 >> Drake (13-16) Cal State Northridge (10-17) The Matador ■ Northridge, Ca.

44 39

46 41

90 80

DRAKE FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Adam Templeton 6-11 2-5 2-3 1-6-7 4 16 1 0 0 1 32 *Seth VanDeest 4-7 0-0 5-5 0-2-2 4 13 2 1 1 0 22 *Ryan Wedel 2-4 2-3 4-4 1-3-4 3 10 1 2 0 1 29 *Frank Wiseler 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0-0 3 3 5 4 0 0 22 *Josh Young 6-14 3-7 6-6 3-5-8 0 20 3 3 0 1 34 Aaron Hawley 2-3 2-3 0-0 0-0-0 1 6 2 0 1 0 7 Craig Stanley 1-3 0-0 7-9 0-2-2 1 9 4 2 0 0 18 Bill Eaddy 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 Ben Simons 4-5 2-3 0-0 0-0-0 1 10 0 0 0 0 18 Reece Uhlenhopp 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-2-2 1 3 0 0 0 0 11 TEAM 1-3-4 2 TOTALS 27051 12023 24-28 6-23-29 19 90 18 14 2 3 200 CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 3 0 0 0 0 1 9 *Therin Taylor 3-4 0-0 4-5 0-2-2 4 10 1 2 0 0 19 *Lenny Daniel 8-14 0-0 6-9 4-6-10 4 22 1 3 3 1 28 *Mark Hill 1-6 0-3 3-4 1-1-2 5 5 4 3 0 2 25 *Raymond Cody 4-6 4-4 0-0 0-2-2 5 12 1 1 0 0 21 Vincent Cordell 2-6 0-2 0-0 1-2-3 1 4 1 1 0 0 21 Vinnie McGhee 2-6 2-6 0-0 1-2-3 1 6 3 0 1 0 14 Dathan Lyles 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0-0 2 3 1 0 0 0 12 Willie Galick 1-6 0-0 1-2 1-2-3 2 3 0 3 0 0 16 Kenny Daniels 6-10 1-2 2-2 1-2-3 2 15 6 4 0 0 30 Michael Lizarraga 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 TEAM 3-0-3 TOTALS 28-59 8-18 16-22 12-20-32 29 80 19 17 4 4 200 Technical Fouls: None Officials: Brad Gaston, DAve Draucker, Sean Casey Attendance: 1,252

GAME 30: MAR. 4, 2010 >> UC Davis (12-17, 7-8) 25 Cal State Northridge (11-19, 6-9) 31 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

41 39

66 70

UC DAVIS FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Mark Payne 4-10 1-3 9-10 1-4-5 0 18 3 7 0 2 37 *Joe Harden 5-11 0-0 4-5 3-2-5 5 14 2 4 0 1 29 *Dominic Calegari 4-12 2-7 4-4 0-5-5 4 14 0 0 3 3 36 *Todd Lowenthal 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 3 0 4 0 0 1 33 *Ryan Sypkens 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-0-0 2 3 1 3 0 0 13 Adam Malik 3-6 1-4 0-0 1-2-3 3 7 0 2 0 1 15 Julian Welch 2-9 0-4 4-4 1-0-1 3 8 1 1 0 0 18 Ryan Howley 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-1-3 3 0 0 1 0 1 9 Jacob Ranger 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 2 0 0 0 0 10 TEAM 1-2-3 TOTALS 20-55 5-21 21-23 19-19-29 25 66 11 18 3 9 200 CSUN FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB *Willie Galick 4-12 0-0 10-14 7-7-14 *Kenny Daniels 7-13 0-2 12-14 0-4-4 *Lenny Daniel 8-13 0-0 1-3 7-8-15 *Dathan Lyles 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 *Therin Taylor 0-2 0-0 2-3 0-1-1 Vincent Cordell 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-2-4 Kevin Menner 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Tony Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Vinnie McGhee 2-5 2-3 0-0 0-0-0 Raymond Cody 0-7 0-3 1-2 0-2-2 TEAM 2-1-3 TOTALS 21-54 2-9 26-36 18-26-44

PF 2 1 3 1 5 3 0 0 1 2

TP 18 26 17 0 2 0 0 0 6 1

A 1 2 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 1

TO 3 2 3 3 3 1 1 0 2 1

B 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

S 1 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2

MIN 32 38 34 20 17 12 3 1 23 20

18 70 10 19 5 10 200

Technical Fouls: UC Davis - Team Officials: Marc Terrazas, Rick Young, Ronald Brokenbrough Attendance: 1,-042

GAME 28: FEB. 24, 2010 >> Cal State Northridge (10-18, 5-8) 17 52 UC Santa Barbara (17-8, 11-3) 32 42 The Thunderdome ■ Santa Barbara, Ca.

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UCSB FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Jaime Serna 6-9 0-0 3-5 3-3-6 4 15 2 3 1 2 21 *James Nunnally 5-9 1-2 4-5 0-5-5 1 15 2 7 0 1 32 *Jordan Weiner 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 2 0 1 2 0 0 15 *Will Brew 0-4 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 5 1 3 1 0 0 19 *Orlando Johnson 5-13 1-4 8-8 1-3-4 4 19 7 2 0 2 36 Paul Roemer 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Justin Joyner 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-2-2 0 1 0 3 0 2 19 Sam Phippen 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 Lucas Devenny 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 1 0 1 9 Jon Pastorek 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 3 0 1 2 0 1 8 James Powell 3-5 3-5 8-8 0-3-3 1 17 0 1 0 1 25 Greg Somogyi 3-3 0-0 0-4 0-2-2 3 6 0 1 1 0 10 TEAM 2-1-3 TOTALS 19-53 9-23 15-19 16-25-41 17 62 12 13 3 4 200

UC IRVINE FG-FGA 3F-3FA FT-FTA O-D-RB PF TP A TO B S MIN *Eric Wise 9-18 0-1 3-6 6-7-13 5 21 3 1 1 0 33 *Zack Atkinson 2-4 0-0 2-4 1-2-3 5 6 0 2 1 0 17 *Darren Moore 5-7 3-4 4-4 1-3-4 3 17 1 1 0 1 39 *Michael Hunter 6-12 3-7 7-8 0-0-0 2 22 4 0 0 2 33 *PAtrick Rembert 2-7 0-2 1-2 1-2-3 2 5 6 5 0 1 33 Derick Flowers 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 3 1 1 0 0 7 Derrick Strings 1-4 1-3 2-2 0-0-0 0 5 1 0 0 0 8 Adam Folker 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 2 0 0 0 1 3 18 Emil Kim 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 4 0 0 0 0 1 8 Pavol Losonsky 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 Peter Simek 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 TEAM 1-1-2 TOTALS 26-57 8-18 19-26 11-18-29 25 79 16 10 3 8 200

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Technical Fouls: None Officials: Dick Cartmell, Melvin Landry, Jim Bannowsky Attendance: 2,620

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GAME 31: MAR. 6, 2010 >> Pacific (20-10, 12-4) 35 Cal St. Northridge (11-20, 6-10) 21 The Matadome ■ Northridge, Ca.

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Coach: Paul Thomas Record: 10-24 12-1 #Redlands University A 47-50 12-2 #Westmont College N 78-72 12-3 #Claremont-Mudd N 81-45 12-7 Hawai’i A 68-85 12-9 Hawai’i A 54-82 12-10 Serv-Pac (Navy) A 50-78 12-13 Cal State Fullerton H 64-68 12-17 Redlands H 62-80 12-21 *Marine Corp Recruiting Dept. N 58-93 12-22 *University of San Diego N 87-61 12-23 *Westmont College N 67-71 12-26 Hawaii H 67-73 12-27 Hawaii H 75-83 12-29 +Luke A.F.B. N 86-58 12-30 +Pan American College N 56-63 12-31 +Colorado Western N 63-82 1-6 Cal Poly Pomona H 83-82 1-7 Long Beach State A 66-101 1-10 Chapman College A 72-91 1-13 Westmont College A 78-52 1-14 Pepperdine A 73-76 1-20 Cal Poly SLO H 63-80 1-28 Cal State Fullerton A 58-71 2-1 San Francisco State A 82-94 2-3 UC Santa Barbara A 73-67 2-4 Cal Poly SLO A 84-90 2-7 Cal Poly Pomona A 51-93 2-10 Chapman College H 52-55 2-11 San Diego State A 52-63 2-17 Pasadena College H 77-83 2-21 Westmont College H 73-70 2-24 >Southern Nevada (UNLV) N 91-92 2-25 >UC Riverside N 93-55 2-27 >La Verne N 95-65 #-Redlands Tournament *-California Western Tournament +-Grand Canyon Tournament >-Cal Poly Pomona Invitational (Home games played at Granada Hills HS)

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1959-60 > Coach: Paul Thomas Record: 14-15 12-1 Redlands A 67-75 L 12-2 Cal State Los Angeles A 66-106 L 12-4 Grand Canyon College A 71-73 L 12-5 Pomona-Pitzer H 87-76 W 12-12 La Verne A 75-65 W 12-18 Cal Western A 57-43 W 12-19 University of San Diego A 70-66 W 12-26 Long Beach State A 56-61 L 12-29 UC Santa Barbara A 58-78 L 1-4 Pacific Lutheran A 55-66 L 1-5 Idaho State A 49-64 L 1-9 Chapman A 66-73 L 1-15 UC Riverside A 78-41 W 1-16 Biola A 86-73 W 1-19 Claremont-Mudd A 72-59 W 1-27 Cal Poly Pomona A 69-76 L 1-30 Westmont College H 74-72 W 2-2 La Verne A 85-73 W 2-5 Cal Poly SLO A 73-95 L 2-6 San Francisco State A 53-60 L 2-8 Cal State Sacramento A 57-81 L 2-9 Nevada (Reno) A 69-66 W 2-12 Biola A 77-70 W 2-13 University of San Diego A 76-67 W 2-16 Fresno State A 70-81 L 2-20 Chapman College A 63-64 L 2-25 *Biola N 91-62 W 2-26 *Cal Poly Pomona A 66-67 L 2-27 *UC Riverside N 92-62 W *-Cal Poly Pomona Invitational (Home games played at Monroe HS and San Fernando HS)

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1962-63 > Coach: Paul Thomas Record: 3-23 CCAA: 0-10 (7th) 11-30 Pepperdine H 59-69 L 12-1 Cal State Fullerton (ot) H 71-74 L 12-7 Claremont-Mudd H 53-56 L 12-8 Cal State Fullerton A 75-93 L 12-12 Saint Mary’s A 62-95 L 12-14 San Jose State A 52-70 L 12-15 Cal State Hayward A 86-70 W 12-28 #Westmont College N 80-64 W 12-29 #UC Santa Barbara N 64-65 L 1-4 *Fresno State A 74-77 L 1-5 *Cal Poly SLO A 65-76 L 1-11 *Cal State Los Angeles A 60-76 L 1-25 *San Diego State H 59-65 L 1-26 *Long Beach State H 70-81 L 1-29 +Cal Poly Pomona A 73-85 L 1-30 +University of San Diego A 69-67 W 2-1 Chapman College A 65-98 L 2-8 *Fresno State H 61-89 L 2-9 *Cal Poly SLO H 64-74 L 2-12 Westmont College A 75-94 L 2-15 *Cal State Los Angeles H 76-80 L 2-16 Cal Poly Pomona H 78-98 L 2-22 *San Diego State A 77-86 L 2-23 *Long Beach State A 49-72 L 2-26 Cal State Fullerton H 73-82 L 3-1 UC Santa Barbara H 64-79 L #-Kris Kringle Klassic at Fullerton *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game +-CAHPER Tournament (First season in Cal State Northridge Matador Gymnasium) 1963-64 > Coach: Jerry Ball Record: 9-17 CCAA: 2-8 (5th) 11-30 Cal Poly Pomona H 98-89 W

12-3 Westmont College H 83-82 12-6 Cal State Fullerton A 64-93 12-7 Pepperdine A 71-90 12-10 Nevada (Reno) A 75-83 12-11 Cal State Hayward A 85-88 12-13 UC Davis A 54-68 12-19 #Cal State Sacramento N 73-70 12-20 #Seattle Pacific N 69-67 12-21 #Cal Poly Pomona N 83-89 12-27 Whittier H 85-75 1-3 *Cal Poly SLO H 86-75 1-4 *Fresno State H 75-84 1-11 *Cal State Los Angeles H 83-94 1-21 University of San Diego H 89-97 1-24 *Long Beach State A 74-103 1-25 *San Diego State A 74-94 1-31 Saint Mary’s H 84-80 2-4 *Cal Poly SLO A 83-86 2-7 Westmont College A 71-86 2-8 *Fresno State A 64-103 2-14 Cal Poly Pomona A 63-81 2-15 *Cal State Los Angeles A 92-94 2-21 *Long Beach State H 85-84 2-22 *San Diego State H 72-82 2-29 Cal State Fullerton H 117-93 #-Kris Kringle Klassic (2nd Place) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1964-65 > Coach: Jerry Ball Record: 18-8 CCAA: 7-3 (2nd) 12-1 Cal Lutheran A 98-84 12-4 University of Portland A 75-86 12-5 University of Portland A 83-105 12-11 Westmont College H 103-90 12-12 Cal Lutheran H 98-80 12-18 Southern Utah H 110-78 12-19 Cal State Fullerton H 94-59 12-21 #Redlands N 89-78 12-22 #Cal State Sacramento (ot) N 96-86 12-23 #Long Beach State N 93-102 1-5 Cal Poly Pomona A 71-111 1-8 *Cal Poly SLO A 103-95 1-9 *Fresno State A 76-104 1-12 Chapman H 112-85 1-15 *Cal State Los Angeles A 94-101 1-29 *San Diego State H 68-59 1-30 *Long Beach State H 92-86 2-3 University of San Diego A 70-78 2-6 Westmont College A 109-70 2-12 *Cal Poly SLO H 106-92 2-13 *Fresno State H 77-69 2-16 Cal Poly Pomona H 79-68 2-19 *Cal State Los Angeles H 100-92 2-23 Cal State Fullerton A 94-63

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1966-67 > Coach: Jerry Ball Record: 17-9 CCAA: 4-6 (3rd) 12-2 Cal State Fullerton H 94-86 12-5 Westmont College A 99-83 12-9 Nevada (Reno) H 86-63 12-14 Evansville H 101-90 12-17 Adams State H 94-69 12-23 UC Irvine H 89-81 12-28 #UC Irvine N 87-82 12-29 #Cal State Fullerton N 102-94 12-30 #Chapman College A 92-86 1-6 *Cal Poly SLO A 81-89 1-7 *Fresno State A 66-85 1-13 *Cal State Los Angeles A 88-86 1-14 UC Santa Barbara H 88-97 1-20 Cal Poly Pomona A 89-76 1-27 *San Diego State H 68-76 1-28 *Long Beach State H 93-80

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1-31 Chapman College H 82-75 2-3 UC Irvine A 76-96 2-4 University of San Diego A 56-65 2-10 *Cal Poly SLO H 94-85 2-11 *Fresno State H 78-83 2-14 Cal Poly Pomona H 91-86 2-17 *Cal State Los Angeles H 106-90 2-18 Cal State Fullerton A 99-88 2-24 *San Diego State A 58-102 2-25 *Long Beach State A 61-80 #-Chapman Invitational (1st Place) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1967-68 > Coach: Jerry Ball Record: 14-12 CCAA: 5-9 (6th) 12-2 Seattle Pacific A 87-89 12-4 Portland A 80-72 12-8 Iowa State H 87-72 12-9 UC Irvine A 97-93 12-16 Westmont College H 111-86 12-18 UC Santa Barbara A 108-93 12-20 College of Idaho H 107-62 12-27 #Chapman College N 93-81 12-28 #Cal State Los Angeles N 104-123 12-29 #University of San Diego N 83-65 1-5 *Fresno State H 83-104 1-6 *Cal Poly SLO H 91-61 1-12 *Cal Poly Pomona A 75-91 1-13 *Cal State Fullerton H 86-76 1-20 Chapman College A 105-91 1-26 *Long Beach State A 103-114 1-27 *San Diego State A 70-97 1-30 UC Irvine H 80-86 2-3 *Cal State Los Angeles H 74-84 2-9 *Fresno State A 79-91 2-10 *Cal Poly SLO (ot) A 83-87 2-16 *Cal Poly Pomona H 74-71 2-17 *Cal State Fullerton (ot) A 92-90 2-23 *San Diego State H 69-94 2-24 *Long Beach State H 88-84 3-1 *Cal State Los Angeles A 116-127 #-UC Irvine Invitational (3rd Place) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1968-69 > Coach: Jerry Ball Record: 12-13 CCAA: 6-6 (3rd-T) 11-30 Chapman College H 104-84 12-7 Murray State A 67-96 12-9 Iowa State A 61-97 12-10 Missouri A 70-78 12-13 Pepperdine H 85-73 12-14 Loyola Marymount A 74-86 12-16 Alma College H 100-84

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12-20 #Whittier College N 95-100 12-21 #Chapman College N 78-76 12-27 Culver-Stockton (Mo.) H 88-90 12-28 Cal State Stanislaus H 108-100 1-3 *Fresno State A 99-93 1-4 *Cal Poly SLO A 100-89 1-10 *Cal Poly Pomona H 96-95 1-11 *Cal State Fullerton A 71-74 1-25 *Long Beach State H 73-87 1-28 UC Santa Barbara H 63-86 1-31 *Cal State Los Angeles A 101-103 2-7 *Cal Poly SLO H 113-104 2-8 *Fresno State (ot) H 100-97 2-14 *Cal Poly Pomona A 80-70 2-15 *Cal State Fullerton H 76-83 2-18 Westmont College A 86-85 2-22 *Long Beach State A 76-92 2-25 *Cal State Los Angeles H 83-93 #-Kris Kringle Klassic (3rd Place) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game 1969-70 > Coach: Jerry Ball Record: 11-14 CCAA: 5-3 (2nd) 12-1 New Mexico A 82-99 12-6 Loyola Marymount H 73-101 12-8 Long Beach State H 65-78 12-12 San Diego State A 84-74 12-16 Westmont College H 94-82 12-19 Northwest Missouri State H 94-84 12-26 #Occidental N 87-72 12-27 #Northern Arizona N 82-95 12-29 #Cal State Fulleton A 81-79 1-3 Cal State Los Angeles H 87-101 1-9 *Cal Poly Pomona (forfeit) H 97-100 1-10 *UC Riverside H 89-82 1-16 *Cal Poly SLO A 61-68 1-24 Pepperdine A 75-82 1-30 UC Irvine A 83-92 1-31 *Cal State Fullerton A 83-89 2-2 Fresno State (2 ot) H 109-110 2-6 San Diego State H 77-71 2-7 UC Santa Barbara A 79-89 2-13 *Cal Poly Pomona (forfeit) A 95-103 2-14 *UC Riverside A 87-104 2-20 *Cal Poly SLO H 100-87 2-21 Fresno State A 85-100 2-27 UC Irvine H 75-86 2-28 *Cal State Fullerton H 95-81 #-UC Irvine Tournament (3rd Place) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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12-8 Long Beach State A 56-73 12-12 Loyola Marymount A 81-79 12-15 Central Michigan A 59-83 12-17 Northern Michigan A 84-89 12-19 Indiana State A 68-86 12-21 Idaho State H 72-69 12-23 Westmont College A 75-83 12-28 #Cal Poly Pomona (ot) N 113-116 12-29 #Chapman College N 91-83 12-30 #Occidental (ot) N 79-75 1-8 *Cal Poly Pomona A 100-74 1-9 *UC Riverside A 91-89 1-11 Fresno State H 85-105 1-15 *Cal Poly SLO H 49-62 1-16 UC Irvine H 93-78 1-22 Cal State Los Angeles A 78-112 1-30 *Cal State Fullerton H 88-82 2-2 UC Irvine (ot) A 69-68 2-6 UC Santa Barbara (ot) H 66-67 2-12 *Cal Poly Pomona H 69-62 2-13 *UC Riverside H 74-62 2-19 *Cal Poly SLO A 80-74 2-20 Fresno State A 80-81 2-23 University of San Diego A 86-96 2-27 *Cal State Fullerton A 81-61 #-UC Irvine Tournament (3rd Place) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1971-72 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 16-9 CCAA: 5-3 (1st-T) 12-1 Occidental A 86-85 12-4 Northwest Missouri State H 100-70 12-7 Fresno State A 85-79 12-13 Loyola Marymount H 92-77 12-17 Cal State Sacramento A 62-58 12-18 Pacific A 59-97 12-23 Long Beach State A 60-103 12-27 #Alaska N 112-72 12-28 #Central Washington N 66-75 12-29 #Chico State A 66-64 1-3 Bethany Nazarene H 79-64 1-7 *UC Riverside (ot) H 80-83 1-8 *Cal Poly SLO (ot) H 85-82 1-14 *Cal Poly Pomona A 101-85 1-15 *Cal State Fullerton A 82-72 1-18 Westmont College H 72-59 1-22 Fresno State H 78-86 1-28 University of San Diego A 76-83 2-4 Puget Sound H 87-72 2-10 *UC Riverside A 75-76 2-12 *Cal Poly SLO (5 ot) A 116-124 2-18 *Cal Poly Pomona A 65-60 2-19 *Cal State Fullerton H 83-72 2-25 University of San Diego H 85-81

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1973-74 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 11-14 CCAA: 3-7 (5th-T) 11-30 Cal State Los Angeles A 75-94 12-5 Cal State Stanislaus H 92-84 12-6 Cal Lutheran H 92-73 12-8 Occidental A 79-72 12-13 Weber State A 67-73 12-14 Idaho State A 62-90 12-22 Cal State Dominguez Hills H 87-45 12-28 Olivet College H 94-82 12-29 Fresno State H 64-67 1-4 Purdue (Calumet) H 88-66 1-11 *Cal State Fullerton A 56-64 1-12 L.A. Baptist (Master’s) A 99-60 1-18 *Cal Poly Pomona A 93-95 1-19 *UC Riverside A 79-83 1-22 UC Irvine A 71-73 1-26 UC Santa Barbara A 69-77

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2-1 *Cal Poly SLO H 55-61 2-2 *Cal State Bakersfield H 75-76 2-6 Westmont College H 90-69 2-8 UC Irvine H 74-77 2-14 *Cal State Bakersfield A 77-66 2-16 *Cal Poly SLO A 76-69 2-22 *UC Riverside H 77-89 2-23 *Cal Poly Pomona H 84-85 3-1 *Cal State Fullerton H 90-73 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1974-75 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 12-14 CCAA: 3-5 (4th) 11-29 Southern California College H 74-60 11-30 Cal State Los Angeles H 66-60 12-3 Colorado State A 67-93 12-5 Wyoming A 63-71 12-6 Northern Colorado A 97-83 12-13 Occidental H 81-65 12-20 Moorhead State H 79-69 12-21 Loyola Marymount H 66-78 12-27 University of San Diego A 71-89 12-28 Cal State Fullerton A 54-84 1-3 Sioux Falls H 82-67 1-4 Southern California College A 63-79 1-8 Westmont College A 74-65 1-11 UC Irvine A 67-69 1-17 *UC Riverside H 62-63 1-18 *Cal Poly Pomona H 80-71 1-24 L.A. Baptist (Master’s) H 105-66 1-25 UC Santa Barbara H 60-61 1-31 *Cal State Bakersfield A 51-57 2-1 *Cal Poly SLO A 50-57 2-7 Cal Lutheran College A 81-69 2-8 UC Irvine (2 ot) H 76-82 2-14 *Cal Poly SLO H 73-64 2-15 *Cal State Bakersfield H 64-62 2-21 *Cal Poly Pomona A 67-76 2-22 *UC Riverside A 64-75 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1975-76 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 13-13 CCAA: 3-7 (4th) 11-28 Chico State (ot) H 87-75 12-5 Westmont College H 90-71 12-6 University of San Diego H 85-68 12-11 Southern California College (ot) A 81-80 12-12 Cal Lutheran H 95-67 12-20 Loyola Marymount A 61-73 12-23 John Brown University H 92-63 12-29 Saint Mary’s A 76-63 1-3 UC Irvine A 73-84 1-5 New Mexico A 73-81

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1-6 UNLV A 75-111 1-16 *Cal Poly Pomona A 59-73 1-17 *Cal State Los Angeles A 70-76 1-23 *Cal Poly SLO H 73-59 1-24 *Cal State Bakersfield H 65-69 1-29 Southern California College H 77-68 1-31 Occidental A 67-76 2-6 *UC Riverside A 82-74 2-7 Chapman College H 89-84 2-10 UC Irvine H 84-68 2-13 *UC Riverside (2 ot) H 86-85 2-20 *Cal State Los Angeles H 66-70 2-21 UC Santa Barbara A 70-88 2-27 *Cal State Bakersfield A 91-96 2-28 *Cal Poly SLO A 58-60 3-5 *Cal Poly Pomona H 74-92 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1976-77 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 13-14 CCAA: 6-4 (2nd) 11-26 Cal State Dominguez Hills A 98-50 11-27 Cal State Fullerton H 56-87 12-2 University of San Diego H 64-65 12-4 Chapman College A 94-93 12-7 Westmont College A 61-66 12-10 Stanford A 67-85 12-17 Loyola Marymount H 45-54 12-18 Cal Lutheran A 88-83 12-23 University of San Diego A 60-57 12-28 Occidental H 64-70 12-30 Olivet Nazarene H 88-61 1-4 Weber State A 54-87 1-6 Utah State A 63-74 1-8 UNLV A 72-112 1-14 *Cal State Los Angeles A 80-76 1-15 L.A. Baptist (Master’s) A 89-71 1-18 UC Irvine A 66-80 1-21 *Cal Poly Pomona H 40-38 1-28 *Cal State Bakersfield H 78-69 1-29 *Cal Poly SLO H 46-55 2-4 *UC Riverside A 81-57 2-5 *Cal State Los Angeles (forfeit) H 71-78 2-11 *UC Riverside H 53-56 2-15 UC Irvine H 84-66 2-18 *Cal Poly Pomona A 50-53 2-25 *Cal Poly SLO A 75-65 2-26 *Cal State Bakersfield A 88-93 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1977-78 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 22-7 CCAA: 9-1 (1st) 11-25 Fresno Pacific A 59-50 W 11-26 Occidental A 86-54 W

11-29 UC San Diego A 77-64 12-3 University of Iowa A 63-66 12-5 Illinois State A 59-72 12-9 Cal State Dominguez Hills H 86-58 12-12 Texas A&I H 73-61 12-16 Cal Lutheran H 80-61 12-21 Tennessee-Martin H 47-46 12-23 University of San Diego H 81-56 12-30 Chapman H 68-73 1-2 Alaska (Anchorage) H 79-76 1-5 UNLV A 72-83 1-7 University of San Diego A 62-76 1-10 Westmont College H 82-74 1-13 *Cal Poly Pomona (ot) A 74-70 1-20 *UC Riverside H 91-74 1-21 Chapman A 60-59 1-27 *Cal State Bakersfield H 81-62 1-28 *Cal Poly SLO H 56-44 2-3 *Cal State Los Angeles A 64-63 2-4 L.A. Baptist (Master’s) H 104-64 2-10 *Cal Poly SLO A 51-55 2-11 *Cal State Bakersfield (2 ot) A 95-92 2-17 *Cal Poly Pomona H 79-68 2-18 *Cal State Los Angeles H 93-76 2-24 *UC Riverside A 81-67 3-2 #UC Davis H 79-73 3-4 #University of San Diego H 67-70 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game #-NCAA Division II Western Regional (at CS Northridge) (Ranked No. 7 in NCAA Division II Top 20)

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1978-79 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 20-9 CCAA: 9-3 (1st-T) 11-25 Cal State Stanislaus A 89-64 11-27 UC Davis A 69-65 11-30 L.A. Baptist (Master’s) A 92-46 12-4 Westmont College A 75-71 12-7 Cal State Sacramento H 73-62 12-9 Cal State Dominguez Hills H 76-63 12-12 UNLV A 64-97 12-15 Cal Lutheran A 93-58 12-16 U.S. International H 86-54 12-22 Occidental H 71-54 12-23 Fresno Pacific H 68-57 12-29 Chicago State H 64-56 1-2 Weber State A 52-66 1-5 Cal State Dominguez Hills A 60-57 1-12 *Cal Poly SLO H 66-55 1-13 *Cal State Bakersfield H 80-71 1-16 San Diego State A 73-82 1-20 *Chapman College A 60-55 1-26 *UC Riverside A 73-74 1-27 *Cal Poly Pomona A 48-44

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2-29 UC Santa Barbara A 67-69 L #-Chico State Tournament (3rd Place) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game


H TEAMHISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2-1 *Cal State Los Angeles H 58-63 2-3 *Cal State Los Angeles A 79-70 2-9 *UC Riverside H 66-64 2-10 *Cal Poly Pomona H 50-65 2-17 *Chapman College H 79-68 2-23 *Cal Poly SLO A 57-54 2-24 *Cal State Bakersfield A 62-57 3-2 #Puget Sound A 67-81 3-3 #University of San Diego N 69-74 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game #-NCAA Division II Western Regional at Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA

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1979-80 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 16-10 CCAA: 6-6 (4th) 11-30 #Southern Utah N 86-68 12-1 #Westmont College A 73-71 12-7 Southwest Texas State H 83-78 12-10 Santa Clara A 70-83 12-11 San Francisco State A 55-71 12-14 Cal Lutheran H 79-63 12-15 L.A. Baptist (Master’s) H 95-58 12-21 UC Davis H 69-63 12-22 Cal State Stanislaus H 96-73 12-28 Colorado State A 68-90 12-29 Utah A 69-91 1-3 *Cal State Los Angeles A 75-77 1-5 UC San Diego H 87-76 1-10 Cal State Dominguez Hills H 83-67 1-12 *Chapman College H 55-50 1-18 *Cal Poly SLO A 54-67 1-19 *Cal State Bakersfield A 93-78 1-24 *UC Riverside H 73-80 1-26 *Cal Poly Pomona H 94-81 1-31 *Cal State Los Angeles H 86-71 2-7 *Cal Poly Pomona A 64-73 2-9 *UC Riverside A 56-54 2-15 *Cal State Bakersfield H 58-66 2-16 *Cal Poly SLO H 58-59 2-21 *Chapman A 82-76 2-23 Cal State Dominguez HillsA 82-72 #-Westmont Tournament (1st) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1980-81 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 13-14 CCAA: 3-11 (7th) 11-21 San Francisco State H 76-49 11-22 UC Santa Cruz H 116-42 11-26 Westmont College H 71-69 12-4 Oregon State A 47-78 12-6 Oregon A 70-89 12-9 Cal Lutheran A 69-58 12-10 Illinois-Chicago Circle H 59-58

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12-13 L.A. Baptist (Master’s) A 71-57 12-19 Cal State Hayward H 69-48 12-23 Occidental College A 69-47 12-27 Cal State Sacramento A 67-55 12-29 UC Davis A 57-72 12-31 Taylor University (Indiana) H 67-48 1-9 *Cal State Dominguez Hills A 54-61 1-10 *Chapman College A 53-55 1-16 *Cal Poly SLO H 56-65 1-17 *Cal State Bakersfield H 83-74 1-23 *UC Riverside A 63-74 1-24 *Cal Poly Pomona A 59-74 1-31 *Cal State Los Angeles H 56-57 2-5 *Cal Poly Pomona H 66-71 2-7 *UC Riverside H 63-55 2-11 *Cal State Bakersfield A 52-55 2-14 *Cal Poly SLO A 56-57 2-19 *Chapman College H 66-64 2-21 *Cal State Dominguez Hills H 64-73 2-26 *Cal State Los Angeles A 61-64 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1981-82 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 17-7 CCAA: 8-6 (4th) 11-20 Cal State Stanislaus A 70-59 11-21 Cal State Hayward A 81-72 11-24 Occidental A 78-52 11-28 UC Santa Barbara A 82-75 12-3 Cal State Sacramento H 86-52 12-5 Westmont College H 69-63 12-10 Cal Lutheran H 92-59 12-12 L.A. Baptist (Master’s) H 105-60 12-28 Sonoma State A 63-56 12-30 California (Berkeley) A 67-72 1-8 *Cal State Dominguez Hills H 71-60 1-9 *Chapman College H 82-57 1-15 *Cal Poly SLO A 70-60 1-16 *Cal State Bakersfield A 59-63 1-22 *UC Riverside H 72-49 1-23 *Cal Poly Pomona H 51-45 1-29 *Cal State Los Angeles A 74-69 2-5 *Cal Poly Pomona A 62-63 2-6 *UC Riverside A 56-62 2-12 *Cal State Bakersfield H 67-71 2-13 *Cal Poly SLO H 67-77 2-19 *Chapman College A 66-62 2-20 *Cal State Dominguez Hills A 55-60 2-25 *Cal State Los Angeles H 63-62 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1982-83 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 16-10 CCAA: 10-4 (3rd) 11-19 Cal State Stanislaus (3 ot) H 94-91 W

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11-23 Biola College H 70-56 11-27 Utah State A 63-100 11-29 University of Utah A 53-66 11-30 Weber State A 53-66 12-4 Westmont College (ot) A 60-76 12-7 Cal Lutheran A 78-58 12-23 Arizona State A 53-62 12-29 UC Davis H 72-59 12-30 Chaminade University (ot) H 77-79 1-3 Biola College A 65-52 1-7 Occidental College H 68-48 1-14 *Cal State Dominguez Hills A 67-61 1-15 *Chapman College A 52-69 1-21 *Cal Poly SLO H 38-39 1-22 *Cal State Bakersfield H 44-67 1-28 *UC Riverside A 86-74 1-29 *Cal Poly Pomona A 81-56 2-4 *Cal State Los Angeles H 73-55 2-11 *Cal Poly Pomona H 76-69 2-12 *UC Riverside H 63-50 2-18 *Cal State Bakersfield H 75-68 2-19 *Cal Poly SLO A 41-42 2-25 *Chapman College H 77-73 2-26 *Cal State Dominguez Hills H 73-63 3-3 *Cal State Los Angeles A 75-54 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1983-84 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 15-12 CCAA: 6-8 (5th) 11-18 #Grand Canyon N 66-49 11-19 #Occidental College A 60-44 11-25 Cal State Sacramento A 59-48 11-26 Cal State Stanislaus A 80-70 11-29 Westmont College H 44-61 12-3 Sonoma State H 63-54 12-9 San Francisco State H 74-53 12-16 Cal Lutheran (ot) H 58-54 12-19 Northern Illinois A 59-77 12-21 University of Illinois A 57-78 12-23 Kansas State A 50-64 12-30 L.A. Baptist (Master’s) A 83-47 1-3 Mount Marty (San Diego) H 75-46 1-13 *Cal State Dominguez Hills (2 ot) H 59-61 1-14 *Chapman College H 54-70 1-20 *Cal Poly SLO A 64-66 1-21 *Cal State Bakersfield A 71-57 1-27 *UC Riverside H 49-50 1-28 *Cal Poly Pomona H 62-59 2-3 *Cal State Los Angeles A 86-68 2-10 *Cal Poly Pomona A 52-50 2-11 *UC Riverside A 44-53 2-17 *Cal State Bakersfield H 46-56 2-18 *Cal Poly SLO H 32-56 2-24 *Chapman A 54-67

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2-25 *Cal State Dominguez Hills (ot) A 49-45 W 3-1 *Cal State Los Angeles (ot) H 52-47 W #-Occidental Tiger Cage Classic (1st Place) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game 1984-85 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 20-10 CCAA: 11-3 (1st) 11-23 University of Utah A 64-78 11-24 Weber State A 65-81 11-26 Utah State A 77-100 11-29 Cal State Sacramento H 86-71 11-30 Cal Lutheran (4 ot) A 88-86 12-6 Occidental H 81-44 12-8 Grand Canyon (ot) H 68-67 12-10 Westmont College (ot) A 67-68 12-14 Biola H 41-43 12-28 San Francisco State A 88-76 12-29 Cal State Hayward A 57-65 12-31 Illinois Benedictine H 59-57 1-2 Drury College H 74-53 1-5 Texas A&I H 59-53 1-11 *Cal State Dominguez Hills A 47-54 1-12 *Chapman (ot) A 65-64 1-18 *Cal Poly SLO H 66-45 1-19 *Cal State Bakersfield H 63-62 1-25 *UC Riverside A 68-67 1-26 *Cal Poly Pomona A 57-47 2-1 *Cal State Los Angeles H 59-62 2-8 *Cal Poly Pomona H 86-69 2-9 *UC Riverside H 78-63 2-14 *Cal State Bakersfield A 51-53 2-16 *Cal Poly SLO A 44-43 2-22 *Chapman College H 57-53 2-23 *Cal State Dominguez Hills H 76-61 2-28 *Cal State Los Angeles A 64-62 3-8 #Eastern Montana A 70-59 3-9 #Cal State Hayward N 48-51 #-NCAA Division II West Regional, Billings, Montana (2nd Place) *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1985-86 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 11-15 CCAA: 4-10 (6th-T) 11-22 Wyoming A 49-86 11-29 Colorado State A 46-47 11-30 Hastings College (Neb.) H 74-63 12-3 Cal Lutheran H 66-63 12-5 Master’s College H 77-52 12-7 Westmont College H 61-58 12-10 Biola College A 53-61 12-13 San Francisco State H 76-58 12-14 Occidental College H 83-61 12-21 Wisconsin-Oshkosh H 106-92

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1986-87 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 12-15 CCAA: 8-6 (4th-T) 11-22 UC Davis H 55-69 11-25 Cal State Sacramento H 56-58 11-29 University of Utah A 56-79 12-1 Weber State A 62-75 12-6 Biola College H 58-62 12-9 Westmont College A 60-67 12-12 Cal State Hayward A 71-58 12-13 San Francisco State A 55-68 12-20 Master’s College A 66-64 12-23 Alabama-Huntsville H 83-67 12-29 Cal State Hayward H 59-70 1-3 Abilene Christian H 63-66 1-5 Evangel College (Mo.) H 72-58 1-9 *Cal State Los Angeles H 71-64 1-16 *UC Riverside A 61-67 1-17 *Cal Poly Pomona A 58-55 1-23 *Chapman College H 66-58 1-24 *Cal State Dominguez Hills A 50-70 1-30 *Cal State Bakersfield H 63-66 1-31 *Cal Poly SLO H 69-79 2-3 *Cal State Los Angeles A 72-64 2-6 *UC Riverside H 81-75 2-7 *Cal Poly Pomona H 74-69 2-13 *Chapman College A 72-79 2-14 *Cal State Dominguez Hills H 56-49 2-20 *Cal State Bakersfield A 72-65 2-21 *Cal Poly SLO A 67-68 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1987-88 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 15-12 CCAA: 7-7 (4th-T) 11-24 Cal Lutheran H 78-67 W 11-28 Wichita State A 53-78 L

11-30 Kansas State A 46-91 12-5 Westmont College H 74-63 12-10 Master’s College H 85-55 12-11 San Francisco H 84-60 12-21 Cal State Sacramento A 87-90 12-22 UC Davis A 66-65 12-28 Cal State Hayward H 76-69 12-29 Fort Lewis (Co.) H 77-58 1-4 Barry University (Fla.) H 85-55 1-12 Biola A 66-69 1-15 *Cal State Los Angeles H 73-61 1-21 *Cal Poly Pomona (ot) A 78-87 1-23 *UC Riverside A 68-85 1-28 *Cal State Bakersfield H 50-49 1-30 *Cal Poly SLO H 69-72 2-4 *Chapman College A 61-55 2-6 *Cal State Dominguez Hills A 56-65 2-9 *Cal State Los Angeles A 98-69 2-11 *Cal Poly Pomona H 70-67 2-13 *UC Riverside H 55-63 2-19 *Cal State Bakersfield A 67-61 2-20 *Cal Poly SLO A 58-67 2-25 *Chapman College H 74-61 2-27 *Cal State Dominguez Hills H 57-60 3-4 #Cal State Bakersfield N 56-57 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game #-CCAA Tournament

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1988-89 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 16-11 CCAA: 7-7 (5th) 11-25 UC Davis H 103-55 12-1 Bethany College A 103-63 12-2 Sonoma State (ot) A 90-96 12-6 Bethany College H 118-79 12-8 Sonoma State H 106-80 12-10 Westmont A 75-59 12-16 Cal State Hayward A 89-79 12-17 San Francisco State A 70-72 12-28 Cal State Sacramento (ot) H 100-98 12-30 State Univ. of New York-Buffalo H 77-63 1-4 Cal Lutheran A 92-78 1-6 Millersville (Pa.) H 80-81 1-10 Biola (ot) H 71-76 1-13 *Cal State Los Angeles A 69-55 1-19 *Cal State Bakersfield A 59-86 1-21 *Cal Poly SLO A 72-63 1-26 *Chapman College H 74-79 1-28 *Cal State Dominguez Hills A 51-56 2-2 *Cal Poly Pomona H 85-79 2-4 *UC Riverside H 79-86 2-7 *Cal State Los Angeles H 70-62 2-9 *Cal State Bakersfield H 59-71 2-11 *Cal Poly SLO H 90-61 2-16 *Chapman College A 67-71

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2-18 *Cal State Dominguez Hills H 68-61 W 2-23 *Cal Poly Pomona A 96-78 W 2-25 *UC Riverside A 86-92 L *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game 1989-90 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 12-15 CCAA: 7-7 (4th-T) 11-25 Saint Thomas (4 ot) H 98-100 L 11-28 Cal Lutheran H 79-63 W 12-1 Weber State A 51-67 L 12-2 Utah State A 78-95 L 12-8 San Francisco State H 95-77 W 12-9 West Texas A&M H 80-82 L 12-14 Cal State Hayward H 66-56 W 12-16 Cal State Fullerton A 70-81 L 12-29 UC Davis A 68-69 L 12-30 Cal State Sacramento A 65-71 L 1-3 Biola H 62-54 W 1-5 Southern Utah A 79-94 L 1-8 Colorado-Colorado Springs H 59-37 W 1-12 *Cal Poly SLO A 90-78 W 1-13 *Cal State Bakersfield A 61-58 W 1-19 *Cal State Dominguez Hil s H 77-59 W 1-20 *Chapman College A 77-58 W 1-26 *Cal Poly Pomona A 90-103 L 1-27 *UC Riverside H 62-86 L 2-2 *Cal State Los Angeles H 48-57 L 2-3 *Cal State Los Angeles A 54-59 L 2-9 *Cal State Dominguez Hil s A 56-52 W 2-10 *Chapman College H 60-66 L 2-16 *Cal Poly Pomona H 75-68 W 2-17 *UC Riverside A 77-80 L 2-23 *Cal Poly SLO H 70-98 L 2-24 *Cal State Bakersfield (ot) H 96-88 W *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game

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1990-91* > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 8-20 11-23 Colorado 11-24 Colorado State 11-26 New Mexico State 12-1 Northern Arizona 12-6 Montana 12-8 Montana State 12-12 Long Beach State 12-14 University of San Diego 12-28 Idaho State 12-29 Weber State 1-2 Canisius 1-5 Weber State 1-14 Northeastern Illinois 1-15 Loyola-Chicago 1-17 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1-23 Northern Arizona

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1-26 Cal State Sacramento H 92-83 W 1-28 U.S. International H 123-91 W 1-31 Eastern Washington A 73-95 L 2-4 Southern California A 69-86 L 2-8 Boise State H 48-64 L 2-11 Wisconsin-Milwaukee H 77-95 L 2-14 U.S. International A 96-98 L 2-16 Cal State Los Angeles H 74-76 L 2-20 Idaho State H 92-80 W 2-23 Southern Utah A 79-100 L 3-1 Southern Utah H 98-115 L 3-5 California A 78-99 L *-First Season as NCAA Division I IndependentT 1991-92 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 11-17 11-22 Butler 11-24 Southern Illinois 11-25 Evansville 11-29 Northern Arizona 12-4 Long Beach State 12-7 Montana 12-13 Boise State 12-14 Utah 12-21 Cal State Fullerton 12-22 University of San Diego 12-28 Eastern Washington 1-3 Saint Mary’s 1-4 Stanford 1-7 Fort Lewis 1-9 Southern Connecticut State 1-14 Montana State 1-18 Southern Utah 1-22 Northern Arizona (ot) 1-25 Northeastern Illinois (ot) 1-27 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1-31 Cal State Sacramento 2-8 Cal State Sacramento 2-10 Washington 2-15 Wisconsin-Milwaukee (ot) 2-18 Loyola Marymount 2-22 Northeastern Illinois 2-29 Southern Utah 3-3 Brigham Young

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67-82 67-73 44-60 71-74 67-76 48-67 45-66 58-75 61-82 59-80 78-72 72-74 59-80 83-81 92-62 81-77 76-90 82-73 76-74 71-90 82-73 83-77 57-61 80-69 102-95 72-66 75-89 68-100

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1992-93 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 10-17 12-1 Fresno State 12-4 #UC Santa Barbara 12-5 #Eastern Washington 12-9 Northern Arizona 12-11 +Loyola Marymount 12-12 +Stetson 12-19 Cal State Fullerton 12-22 UCLA

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12-27 UC Davis A 41-53 12-28 Cal State Sacramento A 70-74 1-10 *Cal State Los Angeles A 61-62 1-17 *Cal State Dominguez Hills A 77-64 1-18 *Chapman College A 54-63 1-24 *UC Riverside H 42-56 1-25 *Cal Poly Pomona A 47-52 1-31 *Cal State Bakersfield H 53-64 2-1 *Cal Poly SLO H 62-75 2-7 *Cal State Dominguez Hills H 62-59 2-8 *Chapman College H 69-45 2-14 *UC Riverside A 49-71 2-15 *Cal Poly Pomona (ot) H 63-69 2-21 *Cal State Bakersfield A 62-61 2-22 *Cal Poly SLO A 54-78 2-25 *Cal State Los Angeles H 55-69 *-California Collegiate Athletic Association Game


H TEAMHISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 12-28 Montana 12-30 Montana State 1-5 Loyola Marymount 1-7 Quincy College 1-9 Northern Arizona 1-12 Texas Wesleyan 1-17 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1-19 Boise State 1-25 Alabama-Birmingham 1-30 Southern Utah 2-3 Missouri 2-6 Cal State Sacramento 2-10 California 2-13 Southern Utah 2-18 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2-20 Cal State Sacramento 2-23 Saint Mary’s 2-26 Long Beach State (ot) 3-2 University of San Diego #-UCSB Gaucho Classic +-LMU Los Angeles Classic

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55-63 65-64 62-53 90-79 87-86 92-62 65-78 64-79 63-75 65-90 54-65 80-73 68-92 65-63 74-75 60-63 61-69 81-78 51-82

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1993-94 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 9-17 11-26 #Stanford A 58-89 L 11-27 #Gonzaga N 57-90 L 11-30 Long Beach State A 74-87 L 12-3 +Southwest Missouri State A 43-59 L 12-4 +Central Michigan N 66-64 W 12-8 University of San Diego H 66-75 L 12-11 UC Irvine H 82-93 L 12-19 Arizona State A 81-100 L 12-21 San Diego State (ot) H 85-90 L 12-27 ^Washington State N 78-93 L 12-28 ^%Montana State N 80-94 W 1-4 Buffalo H 90-72 W 1-8 UC Irvine A 68-66 W 1-11 Saint Mary’s A 66-93 L 1-17 University of Colorado A 85-100 L 1-29 Northeastern Illinois A 69-85 L 1-31 Notre Dame A 58-76 L 2-5 Cal State Sacramento A 84-67 W 2-7 California (Berkeley) A 63-93 L 2-10 Northeastern Illinois H 89-84 W 2-12 Southern Utah A 71-81 L 2-15 Grand Canyon H 95-84 W 2-19 Cal State Sacramento H 90-54 W 2-24 Southern Utah H 61-68 L 2-27 Alabama-Birmingham A 43-80 L 3-3 San Diego State A 95-87 W #-Stanford Invitational +-Southwest Missouri State Classic ^-Fresno State Classic %-Montana State forfeits game to Cal State Northridge

1898 500 1126 7792 8006 505 651 4067 838 8017 8357 710 2167 1576 1873 115 8402 498 6578 128 1980 301 596 411 3963 1339

1994-95 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 9-19 AWC: 4-2 (2nd) 11-26 UCLA A 60-83 L 9102 11-29 Cal State Fullerton A 71-80 L 674 12-3 Alabama-Birmingham H 62-84 L 745 12-6 Long Beach State H 64-58 W 759 12-9 San Diego State H 73-68 W 676 12-19 Cincinnati A 54-116 L 12819 12-21 Xavier A 65-101 L 6451 12-28 #New Mexico A 73-86 L 15736 12-29 #Brown N 72-81 L 15978 1-3 Pepperdine A 52-68 L 1566 1-7 Seattle H 88-75 W 504 1-9 Loyola Marymount A 69-84 L 1289 1-12 UNLV H 79-91 L 1076 1-21 *Cal Poly SLO A 76-69 W 1124 1-22 %California H 65-76 W 2013 1-25 Washington State A 59-106 L 3768 1-30 Grand Canyon H 82-88 L 329 2-2 *Cal State Sacramento H 85-68 W 393 2-6 Saint Mary's H 72-79 L 407 2-11 *Southern Utah A 53-77 L 3094 2-15 Fresno State A 56-89 L 7987 2-18 *Cal Poly SLO H 104-66 W 486 2-22 *Cal State Sacramento A 75-73 W 452 2-25 *Southern Utah H 72-75 L 699 2-28 University of San Diego A 80-90 L 577 3-1 UC Irvine A 73-89 L 1741 3-10 +Cal State Sacramento N 86-81 W 347 3-11 +Southern Utah A 82-83 L 3977 #-New Mexico Invitational +-American West Conference Tournament *-American West Conference Game %-University of California forfeits game to Cal State Northridge 1995-96 > Coach: Pete Cassidy Record: 7-20 AWC: 2-4 (3rd-T) 11-25 UNLV A 56-80 11-28 Fresno State A 77-97 12-2 Cal State Fullerton H 77-76 12-5 Pepperdine H 81-90 12-8 #Brigham Young A 74-99 12-9 Stephen F. Austin N 90-95 12-16 Northeastern Illinois H 74-73 12-19 UC Santa Barbara A 67-94 12-22 Saint Mary’s A 64-67 12-29 %Samford N 55-70 12-30 %South Carolina State N 64-59 1-2 Colorado Mines H 59-63 1-6 Colorado-Colorado Springs H 73-54 1-9 Grand Canyon H 67-78 1-15 Oral Roberts A 53-88 1-17 Oklahoma State A 58-91 1-24 University of San Diego H 56-72 1-27 *Southern Utah A 65-72 1-30 San Diego State A 47-80

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L 9493 L 9525 W 702 L 326 L 14938 L 3500 W 325 L 2089 L 1097 L 5819 W 5572 L 139 W 558 L 274 L 4215 L 4950 L 453 L 4188 L 1626

2-1 *Cal State Sacramento H 71-62 W 449 2-6 *Cal Poly SLO A 59-66 L 3122 2-10 Oral Roberts H 59-77 L 491 2-14 *Southern Utah H 96-75 W 219 2-17 *Cal Poly SLO H 84-97 L 338 2-24 *Cal State Sacramento A 66-83 L 649 2-27 Loyola Marymount H 81-75 W 679 3-1 +Southern Utah H 54-57 L 617 #-Cougar Classic (at Provo, Utah) %-Dr. Pepper Classic (at Chattanooga, Tenn.) *-American West Conference Game +-American West Conference Tournament 1996-97 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 14-15 Big Sky: 8-8 (6th) 11-23 UNLV A 59-61 11-27 Cal State Dominguez Hills H 77-57 11-30 Loyola Marymount A 74-77 12-3 UCLA A 73-95 12-12 Ohio H 73-80 12-16 Saint Mary’s H 54-56 12-19 Pepperdine A 68-57 12-21 UC Irvine H 77-53 12-23 UC Santa Barbara H 75-58 12-29 University of Iowa A 65-90 1-2 *Portland State H 78-62 1-4 *Eastern Washington H 77-66 1-9 *Montana State A 68-85 1-11 *Montana A 62-76 1-15 *Cal State Sacramento H 99-64 1-16 *Weber State H 90-81 1-24 *Idaho State A 84-91 2-1 *Northern Arizona H 65-74 2-6 *Montana H 75-78 2-8 *Montana State H 79-83 2-13 *Eastern Washington A 78-75 2-15 *Portland State A 80-76 2-20 *Weber State A 89-76 2-22 *Cal State Sacramento (ot) A 93-90 2-27 *Northern Arizona A 74-76 3-1 *Idaho State H 67-73 3-6 +Montana State N 74-56 3-7 +Northern Arizona A 93-84 3-8 +Montana N 79-82 *-Big Sky Conference Game +-Big Sky Conference Tournament 1997-98 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 12-16 Big Sky: 7-9 (6th) 11-16 Arizona State A 91-97 11-20 Oregon State A 79-91 11-29 Pepperdine H 81-66 12-2 University of San Diego A 69-71 12-6 Loyola Marymount H 100-87 12-15 Ohio State A 81-89 12-17 Ohio A 77-79

L 13066 W 342 L 1199 L 7427 L 832 L 471 W 869 W 493 W 593 L 14113 W 554 W 623 L 5733 L 4484 W 620 W 701 L 4011 L 1151 L 811 L 940 W 1148 W 3166 W 4342 W 1412 L 1488 L 1067 W 1483 W 4457 L 2390

L L W L W L L

4026 6249 2013 675 1171 8323 4000

12-22 Long Island 12-23 North Florida 12-29 Cal State Dominguez Hills 1-2 *Portland State 1-5 *Eastern Washington 1-8 *Montana State 1-11 *Montana 1-15 *Cal State Sacramento 1-17 *Weber State 1-22 *Idaho State 1-31 *Northern Arizona (ot) 2-6 *Montana 2-7 *Montana State 2-12 *Eastern Washington 2-14 *Portland State 2-19 *Weber State 2-21 *Cal State Sacramento 2-25 *Northern Arizona 2-28 *Idaho State 3-5 +Eastern Washington (ot) 3-6 +Northern Arizona *-Big Sky Conference Game +-Big Sky Conference Tournament

N N H A A H H A A H A A A H H H H H A N A

86-102 76-62 115-71 75-83 77-85 77-86 84-72 72-64 69-70 101-77 85-86 65-84 87-78 80-87 81-63 86-92 117-65 61-64 101-87 104-98 79-86

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

2184 2629 761 857 1017 718 619 864 5466 708 2409 4207 6433 641 652 561 831 761 1342 1212 3085

1998-99 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 17-12 Big Sky: 9-7 (3rd-T) 11-14 Long Beach State A 83-65 W 2322 11-17 Tennessee A 64-83 L 13492 11-22 San Jose State A 77-89 L 521 11-28 University of San Diego H 73-65 W 882 11-30 Southern California College H 92-50 W 636 12-3 %University of Hawai’i A 89-79 W 7191 12-4 %Coppin State N 75-59 W 7332 12-11 #Southern Utah N 83-77 W 6189 12-12 #Brigham Young A 78-84 L 7157 12-19 UCLA A 97-114 L 8584 12-22 James Madison H 77-64 W 631 12-29 Lewis-Clark State College H 88-51 W 581 1-2 *Northern Arizona (ot) A 79-96 L 2150 1-4 *Idaho State H 79-77 W 575 1-7 *Portland State (2 ot) H 90-93 L 1067 1-9 *Eastern Washington H 79-85 L 788 1-15 *Montana State A 82-87 L 5011 1-17 *Montana A 92-88 W 2075 1-20 *Sacramento State H 84-68 W 587 1-21 *Weber State H 78-68 W 755 1-28 *Idaho State A 80-75 W 1621 2-6 *Northern Arizona H 76-74 W 1358 2-11 *Montana H 68-74 L 922 2-13 *Montana State H 83-62 W 1112 2-18 *Eastern Washington A 77-78 L 1134 2-20 *Portland State A 88-79 W 2233 2-25 *Weber State A 78-95 L 5238 2-27 *Sacramento State A 99-65 W 1463 3-4 +Montana State N 90-91 L 3057 %-PowerBar Invitational (at Honolulu, Hawaii) #-Cougar Classic (at Provo, Utah)


H

1999-2000 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 20-10 Big Sky: 10-6 (4th-T) 11-19 Southern California A 59-73 L 2056 11-27 Cal State Dominguez Hills H 80-65 W 328 11-30 Fresno State A 69-66 W 10220 12-4 Cal Poly (ot) A 88-97 L 2814 12-6 Oral Roberts H 72-59 W 793 12-11 Oregon A 79-77 W 7418 12-20 Oral Roberts A 76-74 W 3113 12-22 Texas-El Paso A 82-93 L 8686 12-28 St. Francis (NY) H 88-79 W 936 12-30 San Jose State H 71-53 W 810 1-2 Cal Poly H 94-86 W 1013 1-6 *Northern Arizona H 69-66 W 1369 1-8 *Idaho State A 101-86 W 3562 1-13 *Portland State A 62-76 L 1283 1-15 *Eastern Washington A 77-78 L 1760 1-20 *Montana State H 73-63 W 1029 1-22 *Montana H 79-67 W 1483 1-27 *Sacramento State A 76-57 W 1553 1-29 *Weber State A 92-113 L 4428 2-3 *Idaho State H 79-77 W 1202 2-12 *Northern Arizona A 73-83 L 2188 2-17 *Montana (ot) A 70-73 L 4925 2-18 *Montana State A 86-62 W 3522 2-24 *Eastern Washington H 68-70 L 1319 2-26 *Portland State H 79-78 W 1329 3-1 *Weber State H 76-62 W 1401 3-4 *Sacramento State H 81-57 W 1398 3-8 +Weber State N 73-68 W 3522 3-10 +Montana A 76-65 W 5038 3-11 +Northern Arizona (ot) N 81-85 L 3316 *-Big Sky Conference Game +-Big Sky Conference Tournament 2000-01 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 22-10 Big Sky: 13-3 (1st) 11-19 Howard H 90-73 11-21 No. 15 UCLA A 78-74 11-25 UNLV A 69-70 11-28 Cal Poly Pomona H 75-50 12-1 #Kent State (ot) N 89-85 12-2 #Marquette A 66-69 12-5 No. 12 USC A 90-99 12-7 Wyoming H 74-71 12-18 James Madison A 84-70 12-21 %UAB N 67-71 12-22 %Hawai’i A 70-76 12-23 %Georgia State N 88-97 12-27 Vanguard H 96-51 1-4 *Weber State A 89-78 1-6 *Sacramento State A 95-82 1-11 *Northern Arizona A 75-76

W 1237 W 6448 L 11123 W 1381 W 8941 L 9102 L 4019 W 1492 W 3953 L 5781 L 5727 L 5794 W 1249 W 3973 W 1131 L 2058

1-13 *Idaho State H 90-73 W 1318 1-18 *Portland State H 103-83 W 1394 1-20 *Eastern Washington H 75-88 L 1483 1-25 *Montana State A 72-65 W 5566 1-27 *Montana A 74-65 W 4065 1-31 *Sacramento State H 100-73 W 1028 2-1 *Weber State H 96-86 W 1519 2-8 *Idaho State A 84-89 L 2142 2-17 *Northern Arizona H 78-72 W 1850 2-22 *Montana H 92-68 W 1362 2-24 *Montana State H 85-65 W 1713 3-1 *Eastern Washington A 86-84 W 2971 3-3 *Portland State A 81-75 W 875 3-9 +Weber State H 91-74 W 1420 3-10 +Eastern Washington H 73-58 W 1783 3-16 $No. 12 Kansas N 75-99 L 13133 #-Blue & Gold Coca-Cola Classic (at Milwaukee, Wis.) %-Nike Festival (at Honolulu, Hawaii) *-Big Sky Conference Game +-Big Sky Conference Tournament Game (Northridge, Calif.) $-NCAA Tournament Game 2001-02 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 12-16 Big West: 11-7 (3rd-T) 11-17 Nevada H 75-85 L 1433 11-20 Dominican Univ. H 101-47 W 1164 11-26 Howard A 65-99 L 931 12-1 San Diego State A 70-80 L 5435 12-6 Wyoming A 64-86 L 8161 12-8 Nevada A 65-74 L 5544 12-16 Southern Illinois H 60-74 L 1207 12-20 Utah State A 56-73 L 5267 12-22 Idaho A 57-56 W 984 12-27 Brigham Young A 70-84 L 8632 1-2 San Diego H 66-82 L 1101 1-5 *Pacific H 70-59 W 1082 1-10 *UC Santa Barbara H 54-57 L 1419 1-12 *Cal Poly H 72-62 W 1250 1-17 *Long Beach State A 66-54 W 1534 1-19 *UC Irvine (ot) A 73-72 W 3350 1-24 *Cal State Fullerton H 92-68 W 1358 1-26 *UC Riverside H 84-69 W 1430 1-31 *Pacific A 58-74 L 2986 2-7 *Cal Poly A 65-77 L 2734 2-9 *UC Santa Barbara A 51-58 L 2474 2-14 *UC Irvine H 80-82 L 1509 2-16 *Long Beach State H 60-73 L 1412 2-21 *UC Riverside A 73-64 W 588 2-23 *Cal State Fullerton A 73-59 W 823 2-28 *Idaho H 63-46 W 1081 3-2 *Utah State H 62-54 W 1513 3-7 +Pacific N 66-78 L 1781 *-Big West Conference Game +-Big West Conference Tournament Game (Anaheim, Calif.)

2002-03 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 14-15 Big West: 8-10 (6th-T) 11-22 Portland State A 65-69 L 927 11-24 Jacksonville N 67-55 W 8611 11-25 Oregon A 77-86 L 8560 12-1 Howard H 101-80 W 1008 12-4 San Diego A 64-61 W 2313 12-7 Bethany College H 117-51 W 1019 12-14 San Jose State H 92-67 W 1113 12-19 Loyola Marymount H 74-71 W 1051 12-22 Southern Illinois A 74-86 L 6047 12-28 Washington A 80-89 L 5068 1-2 *Utah State H 44-59 L 1283 1-4 *Idaho (ot) H 66-73 L 1159 1-11 *Pacific A 59-67 L 3354 1-16 *UC Santa Barbara A 59-77 L 1954 1-18 *Cal Poly A 73-54 W 3032 1-22 *Long Beach State H 85-77 W 1288 1-25 *UC Irvine H 69-63 W 1268 1-30 *Cal State Fullerton A 54-70 L 803 2-1 *UC Riverside A 71-74 L 1605 2-8 *Pacific H 75-67 W 1423 2-13 *Cal Poly H 59-62 L 1077 2-15 *UC Santa Barbara H 58-67 L 1582 2-20 *UC Irvine A 57-64 L 2289 2-22 *Long Beach State A 77-71 W 3630 2-27 *UC Riverside (ot) H 78-70 W 1084 3-1 *Cal State Fullerton H 70-62 W 1249 3-6 *Utah State A 58-69 L 7386 3-8 *Idaho (2ot) A 86-78 W 3413 3-13 +UC Irvine (ot) N 64-70 L 3265 *-Big West Conference Game +-Big West Conference Tournament Game (Anaheim, Calif.) 2003-04 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 14-16 Big West: 7-11 (5th-T) 11-21 Menlo College H 88-64 W 1018 11-25 Loyola Marymount A 70-81 L 1092 11-30 Southern California A 69-75 L 3527 12-3 Montana H 72-63 W 1195 12-6 San Jose State A 49-55 L 886 12-19 Utah A 57-73 L 10571 12-22 Portland State H 79-63 W 1052 12-30 Lafayette H 99-76 W 1024 1-3 *Cal State Fullerton A 61-55 W 823 1-5 *UC Riverside A 70-78 L 962 1-8 *UC Irvine H 56-72 L 1311 1-10 *Long Beach State H 79-57 W 1288 1-15 *Idaho A 70-74 L 1881 1-17 *Utah State A 57-83 L 8401 1-22 *UC Santa Barbara A 47-59 L 1690 1-24 *Cal Poly H 80-71 W 1179 1-31 *Pacific H 78-86 L 1344 2-5 *Long Beach State A 64-56 W 1705 2-7 *UC Irvine A 56-51 W 5000 2-12 *No. 19 Utah State H 47-69 L 1411

2-14 *Idaho H 56-60 L 838 2-19 *Cal Poly A 81-70 W 2391 2-21 *UC Santa Barbara H 80-71 W 1519 2-28 *Pacific A 62-69 L 4781 3-4 *UC Riverside (ot) H 71-72 L 1095 3-6 *Cal State Fullerton H 70-95 L 1002 3-10 +Cal State Fullerton N 80-70 W 1803 3-11 +UC Santa Barbara N 61-58 W 2655 3-12 +No. 22 Utah State N 63-62 W 5548 3-13 +Pacific N 73-75 L 2949 *-Big West Conference Game +-Big West Conference Tournament Game (Anaheim, Calif.) 2004-05 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 18-13 Big West: 12-6 (3rd-T) 11-20 Oklahoma A 72-82 L 9953 11-23 #Vanderbilt A 75-93 L 7244 11-26 #Tennessee State (ot) N 72-75 L 1500 11-27 #Jackson State N 86-63 W 1500 11-30 Montana A 80-90 L 2934 12-4 Arizona State A 66-67 L 7967 12-13 Lafayette (ot) A 89-95 L 1124 12-21 Cal Baptist H 79-60 W 835 12-28 *Cal State Fullerton (ot) H 70-71 L 1019 12-30 *UC Riverside H 57-43 W 991 1-2 *UC Santa Barbara H 70-50 W 1024 1-6 *UC Irvine A 66-52 W 1486 1-8 *Long Beach State A 69-53 W 1654 1-13 *Idaho H 67-63 W 1071 1-15 *Utah State H 70-67 W 1189 1-20 *UC Santa Barbara A 52-65 L 1147 1-22 *Cal Poly A 81-73 W 2722 1-27 *Pacific H 62-66 L 1712 1-29 UC Davis A 94-72 W 1729 2-3 *Long Beach State H 68-66 W 1409 2-5 *UC Irvine H 79-60 W 1522 2-10 *Utah State A 57-77 L 8405 2-12 *Idaho A 59-54 W 1873 2-16 *Cal Poly H 88-65 W 1223 2-19 ^Fairfield A 68-65 W 2134 2-26 *No. 18 Pacific A 61-75 L 6150 2-28 UC Davis H 99-72 W 1523 3-3 *UC Riverside A 70-60 W 514 3-5 *Cal State Fullerton A 70-72 L 1575 3-10 +UC Irvine N 72-56 W 2923 3-11 +No. 16 Pacific N 61-63 L 5563 #-Las Vegas Holiday Invitational (last two games of tournament in Las Vegas, Nev.) *-Big West Conference Game ^-Bracket Buster Saturday (Fairfield, Conn.) +-Big West Conference Tournament Game (Anaheim, Calif.) 2005-06 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 11-17 Big West: 4-10 (7th) 11-20 USC (OT) A 81-76 W 11-22 Tulsa H 77-71 W 11-25 ^Northeastern N 81-102 L 11-26 ^Northern Colorado N 81-73 W 12-1 Hope International H 117-55 W

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H TEAMHISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 12-4 Eastern Washington A 48-70 L 1253 12-7 Fresno State A 60-75 L 10678 12-17 Illinois State H 73-69 W 1013 12-28 Pepperdine A 72-87 L 711 12-30 Fairfield H 65-66 L 697 1-7 *Cal State Fullerton H 78-83 L 1495 1-9 *UC Riverside H 76-62 W 1032 1-13 *UC Irvine A 62-76 L 2038 1-15 *Long Beach State A 73-84 L 1258 1-19 UC Davis H 70-60 W 872 1-26 *UC Santa Barbara A 59-46 W 2311 1-28 *Cal Poly A 54-73 L 2135 2-2 *Long Beach State H 80-101 L 1293 2-4 *UC Irvine H 57-74 L 1179 2-9 *UC Riverside A 74-56 W 1117 2-11 *Cal State Fullerton A 63-81 L 757 2-14 UC Davis A 75-69 W 517 2-18 #Boise State A 71-82 L 3352 2-22 *Pacific A 51-79 L 3502 2-25 *Pacific H 66-70 L 1289 3-2 *Cal Poly H 82-77 W 794 3-4 *UC Santa Barbara (OT) H 76-82 L 724 3-8 +Cal State Fullerton N 63-73 L 1492 ^-Golden Bear Classic, Berkeley, Calif. *-Big West Conference Game #-Bracket Buster Saturday (Boise, Idaho) +-Big West Conference Tournament Game (Anaheim, Calif.) 2006-07 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 14-17 Big West: 5-9 (6thT) 11-10 #Portland State N 90-65 W 7,096 11-11 #Oregon A 73-84 L 7,914 11-12 #Lehigh N 74-68 W 7,860 11-15 Redlands H 159-97 W 1,016 11-18 Pepperdine H 95-92 W 1,076 11-20 Illinois State A 44-66 L 4,699 11-25 Tulsa A 70-91 L 5,146 12-3 Eastern Washington H 102-98 W 1,005 12-9 Boise State H 75-84 L 1,054 12-14 The Master’s College H 73-66 W 1,021 12-16 Washington State A 50-69 L 1,686 12-30 *Pacific A 64-68 L 3,192 1-4 *Cal State Fullerton A 72-76 L 758 1-6 *UC Riverside A 67-60 W 593 1-11 *UC Irvine H 67-61 W 889

11-13 *Long Beach State H 90-83 1-18 UC Davis A88-93 (2ot) 1-21 South Dakota State H 72-61 1-25 *UC Santa Barbara H 57-67 1-27 *Cal Poly H 68-79 2-1 *Long Beach State A 72-79 2-3 *UC Irvine A 66-75 2-8 *UC Riverside H 89-69 2-10 *Cal State Fullerton H 73-75 2-14 UC Davis H 91-74 2-17 Cleveland State H 76-85 2-20 South Dakota State A 64-63 2-24 *Pacific H 76-73 3-1 *Cal Poly A 70-86 3-3 *UC Santa Barbara A 59-75 3-7 +Pacific N 54-71 #Baskerball Travelers Classic (Eugene, Or) *-Big West Conference Game +-Big West Conference Tournament

W 1,012 L 1,130 W 782 L 920 L 872 L 1,613 L 4,374 W 1,025 L 1,267 W 721 L 575 W 1,528 W 925 L 2,881 L 1,731 L 1,436

2007-08 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 20-10 Big West: 12-4 (1stT) 11-10 Chicago State H 96-85 W 768 11-17 Pepperdine A 97-89 W 1,729 11-21 Cal State Bakersfield H 92-76 W 831 11-28 Cleveland State A 78-68 W 1,781 11-30 ^Duquesne N 74-97 L 610 11-31 ^North Carolina Central N 69-43 W 406 12-5 Utah Valley State H 76-64 W 1,036 12-8 Gonzaga A 59-85 L 6,000 12-20 Vanguard H 94-49 W 738 12-22 Washington A 66-80 L 9,128 12-28 Utah Valley State A 73-65 W 1,350 1--3 *Cal Poly A 80-59 W 1,506 1-5 *UC Santa Barbara A 88-84 W 2,590 1-10 *UC Davis H 82-47 W 1,007 1-12 *Pacific H 78-61 W 1,477 1-16 *UC Riverside H 66-62 W 471 1-22 Chicago State A 75-83 A 581 1-26 Long Beach State H 100-61 W 1,471 1-31 *UC Irvine H 69-64 W 1,508 2-2 *Cal State Fullerton H 72-80 L 1,632 2-7 *Pacific A 73-78 ot L 3,268 2-9 *UC Davis A 77-57 W 1,018

2-16 *UC Riverside H 73-61 2-20 *Long Beach State A 82-78 2-23 #Rider H 72-73 2-27 *Cal State Fullerton A 82-74 3-1 *UC Irvine A 66-82 3-6 *UC Santa Barbara H 66-77 3-8 *Cal Poly H 97-67 3-14 +Cal State Fullerton N 68-83 *-Big West Conference Game ^-Drake Tournament (Des Moines, Ia) #-ESPN Bracketbuster (Northridge, Ca) +-Big West Tournament Game (Anaheim, Calif.)

W W L W L L W L

1,128 1,864 1,389 1,983 3,173 1,588 1,492 3,134

2008-09 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 17-14 Big West: 11-5 (1st) 11-14 Cal Lutheran H 73-62 W 1,022 11-18 Stanford A 85-103 L 6,593 11-21 CSU Bakersfield A 65-67 L 1,976 11-24 New Mexico A 74-85 L 12,101 11-29 Rider A 72-85 L 1,129 12-1 Drexel A 47-55 L 1,143 12-7 UCLA A 67-85 L 7,687 12-9 Denver H 80-53 W 877 12-18 Pepperdine H 99-64 W 821 12-22 San Diego State A 56-72 L 4,518 12-29 *Cal State Fullerton A 90-64 W 1,013 1-2 *Pacific H 78-84 ot L 1,128 1-5 *UC Davis H 84-81 W 1,018 1-14 *UC Riverside A 64-56 W 632 1-17 *Long Beach State A 68-74 L 2,790 1-21 *Cal State Fullerton H 87-91 L 1,331 1-24 *UC Irvine H 74-55 W 1,308 1-29 *UC Santa Barbara A 72-20 W 3,128 1-31 *Cal Poly A 79-68 W 2,820 2-5 CSU Bakersfield H 79-62 W 1,028 2-11 *Cal Poly H 67-55 W 1,016 2-14 *UC Riverside H 77-64 W 1,175 2-18 *UC Irvine A 51-73 L 3,450 2-21 #Idaho A 75-78 L 2,202 2-25 *UC Santa Barbara H 62-57 W 875 2-28 Long Beach State H 95-74 W 1,529 3-5 *UC Davis A 99-72 W 1,746 3-7 *Pacific A 55-62 L 3,416 3-13 +UC Santa Barbara N 67-60 W 1,389

3-14 +Pacific N 71-66 ot W 2,272 3-19 $Memphis N 70-81 L * - Big West Conference Game # - ESPN Bracketbuster (Northridge, Ca) + - Big West Tournament Game (Anaheim, Calif.) $ - NCAA Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 2009-10 > Coach: Bobby Braswell Record: 11-21 Big West: 6-10 (7thT) 11-13 Purdue A 64-89 L 14,123 11-16 #TCU N 65-83 L 395 11-17 #Texas State N 85-82 W 101 11-23 #Western Kentucky A 67-68 L 2,127 11-24 #Coastal Carolina N 76-69 W 405 11-30 Cal State Bakersfield H 81-74 W 1,078 12-3 Idaho H 95-93 W 1,175 12-6 Washington A 76-88 L 8,125 12-8 Denver A 82-89 L 1,069 12-18 Drexel H 63-75 L 1,032 12-22 Colorado A 58-92 L 5,838 1-2 *Pacific A 43-52 L 2,808 1-4 *UC Davis A 73-85 L 1,018 1-7 *UC Irvine H 62-65 L 476 1-11 Seattle H 98-90 W 1,024 1-14 *UC Riverside W 64-50 W 1,008 1-16 *Cal State Fullerton A 78-72 W 1,192 1-19 Seattle A 64-74 L 3,013 1-23 *Cal Poly A 72-73 L 2,741 1-28 *Long Beach State H 68-69 L 1,376 1-30 *UC Santa Barbara H 76-69 W 1,482 2-4 *UC Riverside A 63-47 W 495 2-6 *Long Beach State A 51-65 L 1,078 2-10 Cal State Bakersfield A 57-59 L 1,078 2-13 *Cal State Fullerton (3ot) H 112-113 L 1,072 2-17 *Cal Poly H 73-68 W 1,517 2-20 Drake H 80-90 L 1,252 2-24 *UC Santa Barbara A 69-74 L 2,049 2-27 *UC Irvine A 74-79 L 2,620 3-4 *UC Davis W 70-66 H 1,042 3-6 *Pacific L 47-66 H 1,086 3-10 +Cal State Fullerton L 76-84 N 2,415 # - NIT Pre-Season Tipoff (Tempe, Az; Bowling Green, Ky) * - Big West Conference Game + - Big West Tournament Game (Anaheim, Calif.)

MATADOR COACHING RECORDS COACH

OVERALL YEARS W L PCT

CONFERENCE W L PCT

TITLES

Paul Thomas (1958-63)

5

33 97 .254

2 20 .091

0

Jerry Ball (1963-71)

8

104 101 .507

39 43 .476

1

Pete Cassidy (1971-1996)

25

335 336 .499

122 120 .504

4

Bobby Braswell (1996-Present)

14

216 202 .517

123 105 .539

3

TOTALS

52

688 736 .483

286 288 .498

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[ PAUL THOMAS ]

[ JERRY BALL ]

[ PETE CASSIDY ]


H

YEAR 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 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 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 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

W-L 3-13 14-15 10-24 3-22 3-23 9-17 18-8 9-16 17-9 14-12 12-13 11-14 14-12 16-9 11-15 11-14 12-14 13-13 13-14 22-7 20-9 16-10 13-14 17-7 16-10 15-12 20-10 11-15 12-15 15-12 16-11 12-15 8-20 11-17 10-17 9-17 9-19 7-20 14-15 12-16 17-12 20-10 22-10 12-16 14-15 14-16 18-13 11-17 14-17 20-10 17-14 11-21 688-736

PCT .188 .483 .294 .120 .115 .346 .692 .360 .654 .538 .480 .440 .538 .640 .423 .440 .462 .500 .481 .759 .690 .615 .481 .708 .615 .556 .667 .423 .444 .555 .593 .444 .286 .393 .370 .346 .321 .259 .483 .429 .586 .667 .688 .429 .483 .467 .581 .393 .452 .667 .548 .344 .480

OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL 1-5 2-8 0-0 2-0 11-14 1-1 2-7 2-12 6-5 3-7 0-15 0-0 0-11 2-11 1-1 7-4 0-12 2-1 11-0 5-7 2-1 5-5 1-11 3-0 10-3 5-6 2-0 7-4 5-7 2-1 7-5 4-7 1-1 7-5 3-8 1-1 6-3 6-8 2-1 8-2 7-6 1-1 7-5 3-10 1-0 7-6 4-8 0-0 9-4 3-10 0-0 10-3 3-10 0-0 5-6 8-8 0-0 14-2 8-5 0-0 10-2 10-6 0-1 10-3 5-7 1-0 9-4 4-10 0-0 9-2 8-5 0-0 10-3 6-7 0-0 6-6 7-6 2-0 12-2 8-7 0-1 9-5 2-10 0-0 7-7 5-8 0-0 11-3 4-8 0-1 9-5 7-6 0-0 8-6 4-9 0-0 6-5 2-15 0-0 8-3 3-14 0-0 7-3 2-13 1-1 4-4 3-11 2-2 6-5 2-13 1-1 6-7 0-11 1-2 7-6 6-8 1-1 7-4 3-11 2-1 9-3 6-8 2-1 12-1 7-8 1-1 13-1 8-6 1-3 7-6 5-9 0-1 9-4 4-10 1-1 7-6 4-9 3-1 9-2 7-9 2-2 6-6 4-9 1-2 10-5 2-11 2-1 10-3 9-5 1-2 10-2 5-11 2-1 7-6 2-13 2-2 397-217 237-476 54-43

CONFERENCE W-L FINISH – – – – – – 2-10 7th 0-10 7th 2-8 5th 7-3 2nd 3-7 5th-T 4-6 3rd 5-9 6th 6-6 3rd-T 5-3 2nd 7-1 1st 5-3 1st-T 1-9 6th 3-7 5th-T 3-5 4th 3-7 4th 6-4 2nd 9-1 1st 9-3 1st-T 6-6 4th 3-11 7th 8-6 4th 10-4 3rd 6-8 5th 11-3 1st 4-10 6th-T 8-6 4th-T 7-7 4th 7-7 5th 7-7 4th-T – – – – – – – – 4-2 2nd 2-4 3rd-T 8-8 6th 7-9 6th 9-7 3rd-T 10-6 4th-T 13-3 1st 11-7 3rd-T 8-10 6th-T 7-11 5th-T 12-6 3th-T 4-10 7th 5-9 6th-T 12-4 1stT 11-5 1st 6-10 7th-T 286-288 8 Titles

COACH Paul Thomas Paul Thomas Paul Thomas Paul Thomas Paul Thomas Jerry Ball Jerry Ball Jerry Ball Jerry Ball Jerry Ball Jerry Ball Jerry Ball Jerry Ball Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell

1977-78 > 2nd at NCAA West Regional (Div. II) Head Coach Team’s Overall Record Team’s Tournament Record

Pete Cassidy 22-7 1-1

1978-79 > 4th at NCAA West Regional (Div. II) Head Coach Team’s Overall Record Team’s Tournament Record

Pete Cassidy 20-9 0-2

1984-85 > 2nd at NCAA West Regional (Div. II) Head Coach Team’s Overall Record Team’s Tournament Record

Pete Cassidy 20-10 1-1

2000-01 > NCAA Midwest Regional (Div. I) Head Coach Team’s Overall Record Team’s Tournament Record

Bobby Braswell 22-10 0-1

2008-09 > NCAA Midwest Regional (Div. I) Head Coach Team’s Overall Record Team’s Tournament Record

Bobby Braswell 17-14 0-1

ALL-TIME MATADOR ASST. COACHES Jerry Ball James Blake John Boragno Eric Brown Jerry Carrillo Pete Cassidy Andre Chevalier Carl Cooper John Dahlager Dean Davenport Ryan Dodd (DBO) Jack Dyck Dan Emerson (ADM) Brad Enright (ADM) Dave Fehte Mark Felix Wayne Fluker James French (ADM) Matt Gordon (ADM) Brian Haloossim Butch Hawking Eddie Hill Carl Holmes Michael Johnson Stan Johnson Larry Lessett Bob Lowe James Morris (UGA) Tom McCollum Jay Morris Tony Oddo Ken Patton Todd Purves (DBO) Lior Schwartzberg (DBO) Michael Scott (DBO) Rusty Smith Joel Sobotka Danny Sprinkle (ADM in 2000-01) Shawn Stone (UGA) Shon Tarver Pete Van Mullem (ADM) Don Vutionich Kenya Wilkins Louis Wilson

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1960-63 2007-09 1980-83 1998-2001 1990-92 1966-71 1998-2000 1988-90 2001-03 1963-66 2007-09 1975-76 2004-05 1998-99 1986-90 1983-86 1985-88, 90-91 2003-04 1999-2000 1996-97 1997-98 1996-98 2003-06 1992-2001, 2006-07 20071982-83 20091993-95 1990-96 20101976-79 1971-76 2002-03 20092005-06 1983-90 2003-06 2000-06, 20081995-96 2000-01 2001-02 1961-62 2001-03 2006-10

59 NORTHRIDGE MATADORS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS // MATADOR RECORD BY SEASON // POSTSEASON RECORD [NCAA] // ALL-TIME MATADOR ASSISTANT COACHES

POSTSEASON RECORD [NCAA]

MATADOR RECORD BY SEASON


H TEAMHISTORY SERIES SCORES BY OPPONENT ABILENE CHRISTIAN > 0-1 1-3-87 L 63-66 ADAMS STATE COLLEGE > 1-0 12-17-66 W 94-69

H

ALBERTSON COLLEGE > 1-0 12-20-67 W 107-62

H

ALMA COLLEGE [MICHIGAN] > 1-0 12-16-68 W 100-84

ALABAMABIRMINGHAM > 0-4 1-25-93 L 63-75 A 2-27-94 L 43-80 A 12-3-94 L 62-84 H 12-21-00 L 67-71 N ALABAMAHUNTSVILLE > 1-0 12-23-86 W 83-67 H ALASKA ANCHORAGE > 2-0 12-27-71 W 122-72 N 1-2-78 W 79-76 H

H

H

ARIZONA STATE > 0-4 12-23-82 L 53-62 A 12-19-93 L 81-100 A 11-16-97 L 91-97 A 12-4-04 L 66-67 A BARRY > 1-0 1-4-88 W 85-55

H

BETHANY COLLEGE [CALIF.] > 4-0 1-3-72 W 79-64 H 12-1-88 W 103-63 A 12-6-88 W 118-79 H 12-7-02 W 117-51 H

BIOLA > 6-5 1-16-60 W 86-73 2-12-60 W 77-70 2-25-60 W 91-62 11-23-82 W 70-56 1-3-83 W 65-52 12-14-84 L 41-43 12-10-85 L 53-61 12-6-86 L 58-62 1-12-88 L 66-69 1-10-89 L 71-76 1-3-90 W 62-54

A A N H A H A H A H H

BOISE STATE > 0-5 2-8-91 L 48-64 12-13-91 L 45-66 1-19-93 L 64-79 2-18-06 L 71-82 12-9-06 L 75-84

H A A A H

BRIGHAM YOUNG > 0-4 3-3-92 L 68-100 A 12-8-95 L 74-99 A

12-12-98 12-27-01

L L

78-84 70-84

A A

BROWN > 0-1 12-29-94 L 72-81

N

BUFFALO [S.U.N.Y] > 2-0 12-30-88 W 77-63 1-4-94 W 90-72

H H

BUTLER > 0-1 11-22-91 L 67-82

A

CALIFORNIA [BERKELEY] > 1-4 12-30-81 L 67-72 3-5-91 L 78-99 2-10-93 L 68-92 2-7-94 L 63-93 1-22-95 W 65-76* *California forfeits game to Northridge

A A A A H

CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY > 1-0 2-3-59 W 54-52 A CALIFORNIA WESTERN > 1-1 12-27-58 L 44-63 12-18-59 W 57-43

H A

CAL BAPTIST > 1-0 12-21-04 W 79-60 H CAL LUTHERAN > 20-0 12-1-64 W 98-84 A 12-12-64 W 98-80 H 2-2-73 W 87-63 A 12-6-73 W 92-73 H 2-7-75 W 81-69 A 12-12-75 W 95-67 H 12-18-76 W 88-83 A 12-16-77 W 80-61 H 12-15-78 W 93-58 A 12-14-79 W 79-63 H 12-9-80 W 69-58 A 12-10-81 W 92-59 H 12-7-82 W 78-58 A 12-16-83 W 58-54 H 11-30-84 W 88-86 A 12-3-85 W 66-63 H 11-24-87 W 78-67 H 1-4-89 W 92-78 A 11-28-89 W 79-63 H 11-14-08 W 73-62 H

{ KEITH GIBBS, 1990-02 }

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CAL POLY > 41-44 2-5-60 L 73-95 1-20-61 L 63-80 2-4-61 L 84-90 12-16-61 L 68-87 2-27-62 W 73-66

A H A A H

1-5-63 2-9-63 1-3-64 2-4-64 1-8-65 2-12-65 1-8-66 2-12-66 1-6-67 2-10-67 1-6-68 2-10-68 1-4-69 2-7-69 1-16-70 2-20-70 1-15-71 2-19-71 1-8-72 2-12-72 1-5-73 2-24-73 2-1-74 2-16-74 2-1-75 2-14-75 1-23-76 2-28-76 1-29-77 2-25-77 1-28-78 2-10-78 1-12-79 2-23-79 1-18-80 2-16-80 1-16-81 2-14-81 1-15-82 2-13-82 1-21-83 2-19-83 1-20-84 2-18-84 1-18-85 2-16-85 2-1-86 2-22-86 1-31-87 2-21-87 1-30-88 2-20-88 1-21-89 2-11-89 1-12-90 2-23-90 1-21-95 2-18-95 2-6-96 2-17-96 12-4-99 1-2-00 1-12-02 2-07-02

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

65-76 64-74 86-75 83-86 103-95 106-92 104-71 78-81 81-89 94-85 91-61 83-87 100-89 113-104 61-68 100-87 49-62 80-74 85-82 116-124 (5 ot) 69-80 89-67 55-61 76-69 50-57 73-64 73-59 58-60 46-55 75-65 56-44 51-55 66-55 57-54 54-67 58-59 56-65 56-57 70-60 67-77 38-39 41-42 64-66 32-56 66-45 44-43 62-75 54-78 69-79 67-68 69-72 58-67 72-63 90-61 90-78 70-98 76-69 104-66 59-66 84-97 88-97 (ot) 94-86 72-62 65-77

A H H A A H H A A H H A A H A H H A H A A H H A A H H A H A H A H A A H H A A H H A A H H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A H A H H A

1-18-03 2-13-03 1-24-04 2-19-04 1-22-05 2-16-05 1-28-06 3-2-06 1-27-07 3-1-07 1-3-08 3-8-08 1-31-09 2-11-09 1-23-10 2-17-10

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

73-54 59-62 80-71 81-70 81-73 88-65 54-73 82-77 68-79 70-86 80-59 97-67 79-68 67-55 72-73 73-68

A H H A A H A H H A A H A H A H

CAL POLY POMONA > 35-31 1-20-59 L 60-89 A 2-7-59 L 63-74 H 1-27-60 L 69-76 A 2-26-60 L 66-67 A 1-6-61 W 83-82 H 2-7-61 L 51-93 A 1-5-62 L 58-72 H 1-29-63 L 73-85 A 2-16-63 L 78-98 H 11-30-63 W 98-89 H 12-21-63 L 83-89 N 2-14-64 L 63-81 A 1-5-65 L 71-111 A 2-16-65 W 79-68 H 1-21-66 L 79-85 A 2-15-66 W 93-84 H 1-20-67 W 89-76 A 2-14-67 W 91-86 H 1-12-68 L 75-91 A 2-16-68 W 74-71 H 1-10-69 W 96-95 H 2-14-69 W 80-70 A 1-9-70 W 97-100 H 2-13-70 W 95-103 A 12-28-70 L 113-116 N 1-8-71 W 100-74 A 2-12-71 W 69-62 H 1-14-72 W 101-85 A 2-18-72 W 65-60 A 1-27-73 L 71-86 H 2-9-73 L 65-74 A 1-18-74 L 93-95 A 2-23-74 L 84-85 H 1-18-75 W 80-71 H 2-21-75 L 67-76 A 1-16-76 L 59-73 A 3-5-76 L 74-92 H 1-21-77 W 40-38 H 2-18-77 L 50-53 A 1-13-78 W 74-70 A 2-17-78 W 79-68 H 1-27-79 W 48-44 A 2-10-79 L 50-65 H 1-26-80 W 94-81 H 2-7-80 L 64-73 A


H

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

59-74 66-71 51-45 62-63 81-56 76-69 62-59 52-50 57-47 86-69 47-52 63-69 58-55 74-69 78-87 70-67 85-79 96-78 90-103 75-68 75-50

A H H A A H H A A H A H A H A H H A A H H

CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD > 21-21 1-6-73 L 49-57 A 2-23-73 L 58-69 H 2-2-74 L 75-76 H 2-14-74 W 77-76 A 1-31-75 L 51-57 A 2-15-75 W 64-62 H 1-24-76 L 65-69 H 2-27-76 L 91-96 A 1-28-77 W 78-69 H 2-26-77 L 88-93 A 1-27-78 W 81-62 H 2-11-78 W 95-92 A 1-13-79 W 80-71 H 2-24-79 W 62-57 A 1-19-80 W 93-78 A 2-15-80 L 58-66 H 1-17-81 W 83-74 H 2-11-81 L 52-55 A 1-16-82 L 59-63 A 2-12-82 L 67-71 H 1-22-83 L 44-67 H 2-18-83 W 75-65 A 1-21-84 W 71-57 A 2-17-84 L 46-56 H 1-19-85 W 63-62 H 2-14-85 L 51-53 A 1-31-86 L 53-64 H 2-21-86 W 62-61 A 1-30-87 L 63-66 H 2-20-87 W 72-65 A 1-28-88 W 50-49 H 2-19-88 W 67-61 A 3-4-88 L 56-57 N 1-19-89 L 59-86 A 2-9-89 L 59-71 H 1-13-90 W 61-58 A 2-24-90 W 96-88 H 11-21-07 W 92-76 H 11-21-08 L 65-67 A 2-5-09 W 79-62 H

11-30-09 W 2-10-10 L

81-74 57-59

CAL STATE CHICO > 2-0 12-29-71 W 66-64 11-28-75 W 87-75 CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS > 20-10 12-22-73 W 87-45 11-26-76 W 98-50 12-9-77 W 86-56 12-9-78 W 76-63 1-5-79 L 57-60 1-10-80 W 83-67 2-23-80 W 82-72 1-9-81 L 54-61 2-21-81 L 64-73 1-8-82 W 71-60 2-20-82 L 55-60 1-14-83 W 67-61 2-26-83 W 73-63 1-13-84 L 59-61 2-25-84 W 49-45 1-11-85 L 47-54 2-23-85 W 76-61 1-17-86 W 77-64 2-7-86 W 62-59 1-24-87 L 50-70 2-14-87 W 56-49 2-6-88 L 56-65 2-27-88 L 57-60 1-28-89 L 51-56 2-18-89 W 68-61 1-19-90 W 77-59 2-9-90 W 56-52 11-27-96 W 77-57 12-29-97 W 115-71 11-27-99 W 80-65

H A

N H

H A H H A H A A H H A A H H A A H A H A H A H A H H A H H H

CAL STATE FULLERTON > 26-35 12-13-60 L 64-68 H 1-28-61 L 58-71 A 1-27-62 L 50-66 A 2-20-62 L 98-101 (ot) H 12-1-62 L 71-74 (ot) H 12-8-62 L 75-93 A 2-26-63 L 73-82 H 12-6-63 L 64-93 A 2-29-64 W 117-93 H 12-19-64 W 94-59 H 2-23-65 W 94-63 A 1-4-66 W 103-93 H 2-22-66 L 87-91 A 12-2-66 W 94-86 H 12-29-66 W 102-94 N 2-18-67 W 99-88 A 1-13-68 W 86-76 H 2-17-68 W 92-90 (ot) A 1-11-69 L 71-74 A 2-15-69 L 76-83 H

12-29-69 1-31-70 2-28-70 1-30-71 2-27-71 1-15-72 2-19-72 12-29-72 1-12-73 2-16-73 1-11-74 3-1-74 12-28-74 11-27-76 12-16-89 12-21-91 12-19-92 11-29-94 12-2-95 1-24-02 2-23-02 1-30-03 3-1-03 1-3-04 3-6-04 3-10-04 12-28-04 3-5-05 1-7-06 2-11-06 3-8-06 1-4-07 2-10-07 2-2-08 2-7-08 3-14-08 12-29-08 1-21-09 1-16-10 2-13-10 L 3-10-10

W 81-79 L 83-89 W 95-81 W 88-82 W 81-61 W 82-72 W 83-72 W 67-61 L 63-64 L 72-89 L 56-64 W 90-73 L 54-84 L 56-87 L 70-81 L 61-82 L 68-75 L 71-80 W 77-76 W 92-68 W 73-59 L 54-70 W 70-62 W 61-55 L 70-95 W 80-70 L 70-71 (ot) L 70-72 L 78-83 L 63-81 L 63-73 L 72-76 L 73-75 L 72-80 W 82-74 L 68-83 W 90-64 L 87-91 W 78-72 112-113 (3ot) L 76-84

CAL STATE HAYWARD > 7-4 12-15-62 W 86-70 12-11-63 L 85-88 12-19-80 W 69-48 11-21-81 W 81-72 12-29-84 L 57-65 3-9-85 L 48-51 12-12-86 W 71-58 12-29-86 L 59-70 12-28-87 W 76-69 12-16-88 W 89-79 12-14-89 W 66-56

A A H H A A H A H A A H A H A A H A H H A A H A H N A H H A N A H H A N A H A H N

A A H A A N A H H A H

CAL STATE LOS ANGELES > 26-28 12-2-59 L 66-106 A 1-20-62 L 76-103 A 2-3-62 W 111-86 H 1-11-63 L 60-76 A 2-15-63 L 76-80 H 1-11-64 L 83-94 H

2-15-64 1-15-65 2-19-65 1-14-66 2-18-66 1-13-67 2-17-67 12-28-67 2-3-68 3-1-68 1-31-69 2-25-69 1-3-70 1-22-71 12-2-72 11-30-73 11-30-74 1-17-76 2-20-76 1-14-77 2-5-77 2-3-78 2-18-78 2-1-79 2-3-79 1-3-80 1-31-80 1-31-81 2-26-81 1-29-82 2-25-82 2-4-83 3-3-83 2-3-84 3-1-84 2-1-85 2-28-85 1-10-86 2-25-86 1-9-87 2-3-87 1-15-88 2-9-88 1-13-89 2-7-89 2-2-90 2-3-90 2-16-91

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

92-94 94-101 100-92 100-82 95-96 88-89 106-90 104-123 74-84 116-127 101-103 83-93 87-101 78-112 85-81 75-94 66-60 70-76 66-70 80-76 71-78 64-63 93-76 58-63 79-70 75-77 86-71 56-57 61-64 74-69 63-62 73-55 75-54 86-68 52-47 59-62 64-62 61-62 55-69 71-64 72-64 73-61 98-69 69-55 70-62 48-57 54-59 74-76

A A H H A A H N H A A H H A H A H A H A H A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A H A A H H A H

CAL STATE STANISLAUS > 7-0 12-28-68 W 108-100 12-5-73 W 92-84 11-25-78 W 89-64 12-22-79 W 96-73 11-20-81 W 70-59 11-19-82 W 94-91 11-26-83 W 80-70

H H A H H H A

CHAPMAN > 28-19 12-1-58 L 45-110 2-21-59 L 50-66 1-9-60 L 66-73 2-20-60 L 63-64 1-10-61 L 72-91 2-10-61 L 52-55 2-9-62 L 69-77 2-24-62 W 65-64 2-1-63 L 65-98 1-12-65 W 112-85 12-22-65 W 78-72 12-29-65 L 79-81 12-30-66 W 92-86 1-31-67 W 82-75 12-27-67 W 93-81 1-20-68 W 105-91 11-30-68 W 104-84 12-21-68 W 78-76 12-29-70 W 91-83 2-7-76 W 89-84 12-4-76 W 94-93 12-30-77 L 68-73 1-21-78 W 60-59 1-20-79 W 60-55 2-17-79 W 79-68 1-12-80 W 55-50 2-21-80 W 82-76 1-10-81 L 53-55 2-19-81 W 66-64 1-9-82 W 82-57 2-19-82 W 66-62 1-15-83 L 52-69 2-25-83 W 77-73 1-14-84 L 54-70 2-24-84 L 54-67 1-12-85 W 65-64 2-22-85 W 57-53 1-18-86 L 54-63 2-8-86 W 69-45 1-23-87 W 66-58 2-13-87 L 72-79 2-4-88 W 61-55 2-25-88 W 74-61 1-26-89 L 74-79 2-16-89 L 67-71 1-20-90 W 77-58 2-10-90 L 60-66

H

CHICAGO STATE > 2-1 12-29-78 W 64-56 H 11-10-07 W 96-85 H

CANISIUS COLLEGE > 1-0 1-2-91 W 69-64

75-83

A

A N

CINCINNATI > 0-1 12-19-94 L 54-116

A

CENTRAL WASHINGTON > 0-1 12-28-71 L 66-75 N

CLAREMONT COLLEGE > 0-1 1-13-59 L 54-58

A

CHAMINADE > 0-1 12-30-82 L 77-79 H

CLAREMONT-MUDDSCRIPPS > 2-1 1-19-60 W 72-59 A 12-3-60 W 81-45 A 12-7-62 L 53-56 H

CENTRAL MICHIGAN > 1-1 12-15-70 L 59-83 12-4-93 W 66-64

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L

CLEVELAND STATE > 1-1 2-17-07 L 76-85 11-28-07 W 78-68

H A

COASTAL CAROLINA > 1-0 11-24-09 W 76-69 N COLORADO > 0-3 11-23-90 L 89-113 A 1-17-94 L 85-100 A 12-22-09 L 58-92 A COLORADO-COLORADO SPRINGS > 2-0 1-8-90 W 59-37 H 1-6-96 W 73-54 H COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES > 0-1 1-2-96 L 59-63 H COLORADO STATE > 0-4 12-3-74 L 67-93 12-28-79 L 68-90 11-29-85 L 46-47 11-24-90 L 79-104

A A A A

COLORADO WESTERN > 0-1 12-31-60 L 63-82

A

COPPIN STATE > 1-0 12-4-98 W 75-59 N CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE > 0-1 12-27-68 L 88-90 H DENVER > 1-1 12-9-08 W 80-53 12-8-09 L 82-89

H A

DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY > 1-0 11-20-01 W 101-47 H

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1-24-81 2-5-81 1-23-82 2-5-82 1-29-83 2-11-83 1-28-84 2-10-84 1-26-85 2-8-85 1-25-86 2-15-86 1-17-87 2-7-87 1-21-88 2-11-88 2-2-89 2-23-89 1-26-90 2-16-90 11-28-00


H TEAMHISTORY SERIES SCORES BY OPPONENT DREXEL> 0-2 12-1-08 L 47-55 12-8-09 L 63-75

A H

DRURY COLLEGE > 1-0 1-2-85 W 74-53 H DUQUESNE > 0-1 11-30-07 L 74-97

N

EASTERN WASHINGTON > 7-10 1-31-91 L 73-95 A 12-28-91 W 78-72 H 12-5-92 L 60-61 N 1-4-97 W 77-66 H 2-13-97 W 78-75 A 1-5-98 L 77-85 A 2-12-98 L 80-87 H 3-5-98 W 104-98 (ot) N 1-9-99 L 79-85 H 2-18-99 L 77-78 A 1-15-00 L 77-78 A 2-24-00 L 68-70 H 1-20-01 L 75-88 H 3-1-01 W 86-84 A 3-10-01 W 73-58 H 12-4-05 L 48-70 A 12-3-06 W 102-98 H EVANGEL COLLEGE > 1-0 1-5-87 W 72-58

H

EVANSVILLE > 1-2 12-11-65 L 91-100 A 12-14-66 W 101-90 H 11-25-91 L 44-60 A FAIRFIELD > 1-1 2-19-05 W 68-65 12-30-05 L 65-66 FORT LEWIS COLLEGE > 2-0 12-29-87 W 77-58 1-7-92 W 83-81

A H

H H

FRESNO PACIFIC > 2-0 11-25-77 W 59-50 A 12-23-78 W 68-57 H FRESNO STATE > 5-25 2-16-60 L 70-81 A 1-30-62 L 74-85 H 2-23-62 L 59-109 A 1-4-63 L 74-77 A 2-8-63 L 61-89 H 1-4-64 L 75-84 H 2-8-64 L 64-103 A 1-9-65 L 76-104 A 2-13-65 W 77-69 H 1-7-66 L 66-91 H 2-11-66 L 56-70 A

1-7-67 2-11-67 1-5-68 2-9-68 1-3-69 2-8-69 2-2-70 2-21-70 1-11-71 2-20-71 12-7-71 1-22-72 12-9-72 12-29-73 12-2-92 2-15-95 11-28-95 11-30-99 12-7-05

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

66-85 78-83 83-104 79-91 99-93 100-97 (ot) 109-110 (2ot) 85-100 85-105 80-81 85-79 78-86 69-89 64-67 67-77 56-89 77-97 69-66 60-75

A H H A A H H A H A A H A H A A A A A

GEORGIA STATE > 0-1 12-23-00 L 88-97 N GONZAGA > 1-2 12-18-65 W 77-73 11-27-93 L 57-90 12-8-07 L 59-85

2-12-05 2-21-09 12-3-09

W L W

59-54 75-78 95-93

A A H

KANSAS STATE > 0-2 12-23-83 L 50-64 A 11-30-87 L 46-91 A

IDAHO STATE > 9-6 1-5-60 L 49-64 A 12-21-70 W 72-69 H 12-14-73 L 62-90 A 12-28-90 L 69-81 A 2-20-91 W 92-80 H 1-24-97 L 84-91 A 3-1-97 L 67-73 H 1-22-98 W 101-77 H 2-28-98 W 101-87 A 1-4-99 W 79-77 H 1-28-99 W 80-75 A 1-8-00 W 101-86 A 2-3-00 W 79-77 H 1-13-01 W 90-73 H 2-8-01 L 84-89 A

KENT STATE > 1-0 12-1-00 W 89-85 (ot) N

ILLINOIS > 0-1 12-21-83 L 57-78

A

H N A

ILLINOIS BENEDICTINE > 1-0 12-31-84 W 59-57 H

GRAND CANYON > 3-3 12-4-59 L 71-73 A 11-18-83 W 66-49 N 12-8-84 W 68-67 (ot) H 2-15-94 W 95-84 H 1-30-95 L 82-88 H 1-9-96 L 67-78 H

ILLINOIS-CHICAGO CIRCLE > 1-0 12-10-80 W 59-58 H

HASTINGS COLLEGE > 1-0 11-30-85 W 74-63

H

ILLINOIS STATE > 1-2 12-5-77 L 59-72 A 12-17-05 W 73-69 H 11-20-06 L 44-66 A INDIANA STATE > 0-1 12-19-70 L 68-86 A

HAWAI’I [MANOA] > 1-5 12-7-60 L 68-85 A 12-9-60 L 54-82 A 12-26-60 L 67-73 H 12-27-60 L 75-83 H 12-3-98 W 89-79 A 12-22-00 L 70-76 A

IOWA > 0-2 12-3-77 L 63-66 12-29-96 L 65-90

HOPE INTL > 1-0 12-1-05 W 117-55

JACKSON STATE > 1-0 11-27-04 W 86-63 N

HOWARD > 2-1 11-19-00 W 90-73 11-26-01 L 65-99 12-1-02 W 101-80 IDAHO > 6-4 12-22-01 W 57-56 2-28-02 W 63-46 1-4-03 L 66-73 (ot) 3-8-03 W 86-78 (2ot) 1-15-04 L 70-74 2-14-04 L 56-60 1-13-05 W 67-63

H

H A H

A H H A A H H

IOWA STATE > 1-1 12-8-67 W 87-72 12-9-68 L 61-97

A A

H A

JACKSONVILLE > 1-0 11-24-02 W 67-55 N JAMES MADISON > 2-0 12-22-98 W 77-64 H 12-18-00 W 84-70 A JOHN BROWN > 2-0 12-20-72 W 91-63 H 12-23-75 W 92-63 H KANSAS > 0-1 3-16-01 L 75-99

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N

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN > 0-1 12-2-61 L 61-100

A

LAFAYETTE > 1-1 12-30-03 W 99-76 H 12-13-04 L 89-95 (ot) A LA VERNE > 4-1 12-13-58 W 73-64 2-10-59 L 69-93 12-12-59 W 75-65 2-2-60 W 85-73 2-27-61 W 95-65 LEHIGH > 1-0 11-12-06 W 74--68

H A A A A

N

LEWIS-CLARK STATE > 1-0 12-29-98 W 88-51

H

LONG BEACH STATE > 20-28 2-27-59 L 43-76 12-26-59 L 56-61 1-7-61 L 66-101 1-2-62 L 53-99 2-6-62 L 62-77 1-26-63 L 70-81 2-23-63 L 49-72 1-24-64 L 74-103 2-21-64 W 85-84 12-23-64 L 93-102 1-30-65 W 92-86 2-27-65 L 83-101 12-21-65 W 101-77 1-28-66 W 102-91 2-25-66 L 87-95 1-28-67 W 93-80 2-25-67 L 61-80 1-26-68 L 103-114 2-24-68 W 88-84 1-25-69 L 73-87 2-22-69 L 76-92 12-9-69 L 65-78 12-8-70 L 56-73 12-23-72 L 60-103 12-12-90 L 73-88 12-4-91 L 67-76 2-26-93 W 81-78 (ot) 11-30-93 L 74-87 12-6-94 W 64-58 11-14-98 W 83-65 1-17-02 W 66-54 2-16-02 L 60-73 1-22-03 W 85-77

A A A H A H A A H N H A N A H H A A H H A H A A A A H A H A A H H

2-22-03 1-10-04 2-5-04 1-8-05 2-3-05 1-15-06 2-2-06 1-13-07 2-1-07 1-26-08 2-20-08 1-17-08 2-28-09 1-28-10 2-6-10

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

77-71 79-57 64-56 69-53 68-66 73-84 80-101 90-83 72-79 100-61 82-78 68-74 95-74 68-69 51-65

A H A A H A H H A H A A H H A

LONG ISLAND > 0-1 12-22-97 L 86-102 N LOYOLA [CHICAGO] > 1-0 1-15-91 W 90-76

A

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT > 7-10 12-14-68 L 74-86 A 12-6-69 L 73-101 H 12-12-70 W 81-79 A 12-13-71 W 92-77 H 1-16-73 L 66-78 H 12-21-74 L 66-78 H 12-20-75 L 61-73 A 12-17-76 L 45-54 H 2-18-92 W 102-95 H 12-11-92 L 66-71 A 1-5-93 W 62-53 H 1-9-95 L 69-84 A 2-27-96 W 81-75 H 11-30-96 L 74-77 A 12-6-97 W 100-87 H 12-19-02 W 74-71 H 11-25-03 L 70-81 A LUKE AFB > 1-0 12-29-60 W 86-58

A

MARINE CORP RECRUITING DEPT. > 0-1 12-21-60 L 58-93 A MARQUETTE > 0-1 12-2-00 L 66-69 A THE MASTER’S COLLEGE > 14-0 12-22-72 W 95-52 1-12-74 W 99-60 1-24-75 W 105-66 1-15-77 W 89-71 2-4-78 W 104-64 11-30-78 W 92-46 12-15-79 W 95-58 12-13-80 W 71-57 12-12-81 W 105-60

H A H A H A H A H

12-30-83 12-5-85 12-20-86 12-10-87 12-14-06

W W W W W

83-47 77-52 66-64 85-55 73-66

A H A H H

MEMPHIS > 0-1 3-19-09 L 70-81

N

MENLO COLLEGE > 1-0 11-21-03 W 88-64 H MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE > 0-1 12-7-61 L 54-59 A MILLERSVILLE > 0-1 1-6-89 L 80-81 H MISSOURI > 0-2 12-10-68 L 70-78 2-3-93 L 54-65

A A

MONTANA > 7-10 12-6-90 L 73-108 A 12-7-91 L 48-67 H 12-28-92 L 55-63 A 1-11-97 L 62-76 A 2-6-97 L 75-78 H 3-8-97 L 79-82 N 1-11-98 W 84-72 H 2-6-98 L 65-84 A 1-17-99 W 92-88 A 2-11-99 L 68-74 H 1-22-00 W 79-67 H 2-17-00 L 70-73 (ot) A 3-10-00 W 76-65 A 1-27-01 W 74-65 A 2-22-01 W 92-68 H 12-3-03 W 72-63 H 11-30-04 L 80-90 A MONTANA STATE > 10-6 12-8-90 L 78-104 A 1-14-92 W 81-77 H 12-30-92 W 65-64 A 12-28-93 W 80-94* N 1-9-97 L 68-85 A 2-8-97 L 79-83 H 3-6-97 W 74-56 N 1-8-98 L 77-86 H 2-7-98 W 87-78 A 1-15-99 L 82-87 A 2-13-99 W 83-62 H 3-4-99 L 90-91 N 1-20-00 W 73-63 H 2-18-00 W 86-62 A 1-25-01 W 72-65 A 2-24-01 W 85-65 H *Montana State forfeits game to Northridge


H

MOORHEAD STATE > 1-0 12-20-74 W 79-69 H MOUNT MARTY COLLEGE > 1-0 1-3-84 W 75-46 H MURRAY STATE > 0-3 12-6-61 L 72-77 A 12-14-65 L 79-110 A 12-7-68 L 67-96 A NEVADA > 2-3 2-9-60 W 69-66 12-10-63 L 75-83

A A

12-9-66 W 11-17-01 L 12-8-01 L

86-63 75-85 65-74

NEW MEXICO > 0-4 12-1-69 L 82-99 1-5-76 L 73-81 12-28-94 L 73-86 11-24-08 L 74-85 NEW MEXICO STATE > 0-1 11-26-90 L 62-120

H H A

NORTHEASTERN > 0-1 11-25-05 L 81-102 N

A A A A

NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS > 5-1 1-14-91 W 109-82 1-25-92 W 76-74 2-22-92 W 72-66 1-29-94 L 69-85 2-10-94 W 89-84 12-16-95 W 74-73

A

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL > 1-0 12-1-07 W 69-43 N NORTH FLORIDA > 1-0 12-23-97 W 76-62 N

NORTHERN ARIZONA > 9-12 12-27-69 L 82-95 1-13-73 W 78-56 12-1-90 W 109-90 1-23-91 L 64-77

A A H A H H

N H H A

11-29-91 1-22-92 12-9-92 1-9-93 2-1-97 2-27-97 3-7-97 1-31-98 2-25-98 3-6-98 1-2-99 2-6-99 1-6-00 2-12-00 3-11-00 1-11-01 2-17-01

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

71-74 H 82-73 A 76-67 A 87-86 H 65-74 H 74-76 A 93-84 A 85-86 (ot) A 61-64 H 79-86 A 79-96 (ot) A 76-74 H 69-66 H 73-83 A 81-85 (ot) N 75-76 A 78-72 H

NORTHERN COLORADO > 2-0 12-6-74 W 97-83 A 11-26-05 W 82-73 N NORTHERN ILLINOIS > 0-1 12-19-83 L 59-77 NORTHERN MICHIGAN > 0-1 12-17-70 L 84-89

A

A

NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE > 2-0 12-19-69 W 94-84 H 12-4-71 W 100-70 H NOTRE DAME > 0-1 1-31-94 L 58-76 A OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE > 14-2 12-26-69 W 87-72 12-30-70 W 79-75 12-1-71 W 86-85 12-1-72 W 91-59 12-8-73 W 79-72 12-13-74 W 81-65 1-31-76 L 67-76 12-28-76 L 64-70 11-26-77 W 86-54 12-22-78 W 71-54 12-23-80 W 69-47 11-24-81 W 78-52 1-7-83 W 68-48 11-19-83 W 60-44 12-6-84 W 81-44 12-14-85 W 83-61 OHIO > 0-2 12-12-96 L 73-80 12-17-97 L 77-79

{ MICHAEL DORSEY, 1994-95 }

OHIO STATE > 0-1 12-15-97 L 81-89

N N A H A H A H A H A A H A H H

H A

A

OKLAHOMA > 0-1 11-20-04 L 72-82 A OKLAHOMA STATE > 0-1 1-17-96 L 58-91 A OLIVET COLLEGE > 1-0 12-28-73 W 94-82 H OLIVET NAZARENE > 1-0 12-30-76 W 88-61 H ORAL ROBERTS > 2-2 1-15-96 L 53-88 A 2-10-96 L 59-77 H 12-6-99 W 72-59 H 12-20-99 W 76-74 A OREGON > 1-3 12-6-80 L 70-89 12-11-99 W 79-77 11-25-02 L 77-86 11-11-06 L 73-84

A A A A

OREGON STATE > 0-2 12-4-80 L 47-78 A 11-20-97 L 79-91 A PACIFIC > 5-19 12-18-71 L 59-97 1-5-02 W 70-59 1-31-02 L 58-74 3-7-02 L 66-78 1-11-03 L 59-67 2-8-03 W 75-67 1-31-04 L 78-86 2-28-04 L 62-69 3-13-04 L 73-75 1-27-05 L 62-66 2-26-05 L 61-75 3-11-05 L 61-63 2-22-06 L 51-79 2-25-06 L 66-70 12-30-06 L 64-68 2-24-07 W 76-73 3-7-07 L 54-71 1-12-08 W 78-61 2-7-08 L 73-78 ot 1-2-09 L 78-84 3-7-09 L 55-62 3-7-09 W 71-66 ot 1-2-10 L 43-52 3-6-10 L 47-66

A H A N A H H A N H A N A H A H N H A H A N A H

1-27-59

L

67-85

H

PEPPERDINE > 6-8 1-14-61 L 73-76 A 12-22-61 L 62-79 A 11-30-62 L 59-69 H 12-7-63 L 71-90 A 12-13-68 W 85-73 H 1-24-70 L 75-82 A 1-3-95 L 52-68 A 12-5-95 L 81-90 H 12-19-96 W 68-57 A 11-29-97 W 81-66 H 12-28-05 L 72-87 A 11-18-06 W 95-92 H 11-17-07 W 97-89 A 12-18-08 W 99-64 H POMONA-PITZER > 1-0 12-5-59 W 87-76 H PORTLAND > 1-2 12-4-64 L 75-86 12-5-64 L 83-105 12-4-67 W 80-72

A A A

PORTLAND STATE > 9-4 1-2-97 W 78-62 H 2-15-97 W 80-76 A 1-2-98 L 75-83 A 2-14-98 W 81-63 H 1-7-99 L 90-93 (ot) H 2-20-99 W 88-79 A 1-13-00 L 62-76 A 2-26-00 W 79-78 H 1-18-01 W 103-83 H 3-3-01 W 81-75 A 11-22-02 L 65-69 A 12-22-03 W 79-63 H 11-10-06 W 90-65 N PUGET SOUND > 1-2 2-4-72 W 87-72 H 12-13-72 L 63-76 A 3-2-79 L 67-81 A PURDUE > 0-1 11-13-09 L 64-89

A

PURDUE [CALUMET] > 1-0 1-4-74 W 88-66

H

PACIFIC LUTHERAN > 0-1 1-4-60 L 55-66 A

QUINCY > 1-0 1-7-93 W 90-79

H

PASADENA COLLEGE > 0-1 2-17-61 L 77-83

H

PASADENA NAZARENE > 0-2 1-3-59 L 68-74

A

REDLANDS > 3-3 12-1-59 L 67-75 12-1-60 L 47-50 12-17-60 L 62-80 12-21-64 W 89-78 12-20-65 W 98-66 11-15-06 W 159-97

A A H N N H

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MONTANA STATE BILLINGS > 1-0 3-8-85 W 70-59 A


H TEAMHISTORY SERIES SCORES BY OPPONENT RIDER > 0-2 2-23-08 L 72-73 11-29-08 L 72-85

H A

SACRAMENTO STATE > 29-7 2-8-60 L 57-81 A 12-19-63 W 73-70 N 12-22-64 W 96-86 N 12-17-71 W 62-58 A 12-7-78 W 73-62 H 12-27-80 W 67-55 A 12-3-81 W 86-52 H 11-25-83 W 59-48 A 11-29-84 W 86-71 H 12-28-85 L 70-74 A 11-25-86 L 56-58 H 12-21-87 L 87-90 A 12-28-88 W 100-98 (ot) H 12-30-89 L 65-71 A 1-26-91 W 92-83 H 1-31-92 W 82-73 H 2-8-92 W 83-77 A 2-6-93 W 80-73 H 2-20-93 L 60-63 A 2-5-94 W 84-67 A 2-19-94 W 90-54 H 2-2-95 W 85-68 H 2-22-95 W 75-73 A 3-10-95 W 86-81 N 2-1-96 W 71-62 H 2-24-96 L 66-83 A 1-15-97 W 99-64 H 2-22-97 W 93-90 (ot) A 1-15-98 W 72-64 A 2-21-98 W 117-65 H 1-20-99 W 84-68 H 2-27-99 W 99-65 A 1-27-00 W 76-57 A 3-4-00 W 81-57 H 1-6-01 W 95-82 A 1-31-01 W 100-73 H

SAN DIEGO > 14-19 12-19-58 W 73-70 1-30-59 L 68-77 12-19-59 W 70-66 2-13-60 W 76-67 12-22-60 W 87-61 1-30-63 W 69-67 1-21-64 L 89-97 2-3-65 L 70-78 2-5-66 L 74-76 2-4-67 L 56-65 12-29-67 W 83-65 12-4-70 W 93-80 2-23-71 L 86-96 1-28-72 L 76-83 2-25-72 W 85-81 12-27-74 L 71-89 12-6-75 W 85-68 12-2-76 L 64-65 12-23-76 W 60-57 12-23-77 W 81-56 1-7-78 L 62-76 3-4-78 L 67-70 3-3-79 L 69-74 12-14-90 W 83-73 12-22-91 L 59-80 3-2-93 L 51-82 12-8-93 L 66-75 2-28-95 L 80-90 1-24-96 L 56-72 12-2-97 L 69-71 11-28-98 W 73-65 1-2-02 L 66-82 12-4-02 W 64-61

A A A A A A H A H A N H A A H A H H A H A H A H A A H A H A H H A

SAINT THOMAS [MINNESOTA] > 0-1 11-25-89 L 98-100 H

SAN DIEGO STATE > 6-18 2-11-61 L 52-63 A 1-6-62 L 66-74 H 2-10-62 L 80-88 A 1-25-63 L 59-65 H 2-22-63 L 77-86 A 1-25-64 L 74-94 A 2-22-64 L 72-82 H 1-29-65 W 68-59 H 2-26-65 W 69-63 A 1-29-66 L 79-91 A 2-26-66 L 78-94 H 1-27-67 L 68-76 H 2-24-67 L 58-10 A 1-27-68 L 70-97 A 2-23-68 L 69-94 H 12-12-69 W 84-74 A 2-6-70 W 77-71 H 1-16-79 L 73-82 A 12-21-93 L 85-90 (ot) H 3-3-94 W 95-87 A 12-9-94 W 73-68 H 1-30-96 L 47-80 A 12-1-01 L 70-80 A 12-22-08 L 56-72 A

SAMFORD > 0-1 12-29-95 L 55-70

SAN FRANCISCO > 1-0 12-11-87 W 84-60 H

SAINT FRANCIS [NEW YORK] > 1-0 12-28-99 W 88-79 H SAINT MARY’S [CALIF.] > 2-7 12-12-62 L 62-95 1-31-64 W 84-80 12-29-75 W 76-63 1-3-92 L 72-74 2-23-93 L 61-69 1-11-94 L 66-93 2-6-95 L 72-79 12-22-95 L 64-67 12-16-96 L 54-56

A H A A H A H A H

N

SAN FRANCISCO STATE > 5-5 2-6-60 L 53-60 2-1-61 L 82-94 12-11-79 L 55-71 11-21-80 W 76-49 12-9-83 W 74-53 12-28-84 W 88-76 12-13-85 W 76-58 12-13-86 L 55-68 12-17-88 L 70-72 12-8-89 W 95-77

A A A H H A H A A H

SAN JOSE STATE > 2-3 12-14-62 L 52-70 11-22-98 L 77-89 12-30-99 W 71-53 12-14-02 W 92-67 12-6-03 L 49-55

A A H H A

SANTA CLARA > 0-1 12-10-79 L 70-83 A SEATTLE > 2-1 1-7-95 W 88-75 1-11-10 W 98-90 1-19-10 L 64-74

SOUTHERN UTAH > 5-13 12-18-64 W 110-78 H 11-30-79 W 86-68 N 1-5-90 L 79-94 A 2-23-91 L 79-100 A 3-1-91 L 98-115 H 1-18-92 L 76-90 H 2-29-92 L 75-89 A 1-30-93 L 65-90 A 2-13-93 W 65-63 H 2-12-94 L 71-81 A 2-24-94 L 61-68 H 2-11-95 L 53-77 A 2-25-95 L 72-75 H 3-11-95 L 82-83 A 1-27-96 L 65-72 (ot) A 2-14-96 W 96-75 H 3-1-96 L 54-57 H 12-11-98 W 83-77 N SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE > 0-1 12-3-93 L 43-59 A

SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE > 1-0 12-7-79 W 83-78 H

TENNESSEE-MARTIN > 1-0 12-21-77 W 47-46 H

STANFORD > 0-4 12-10-76 L 67-85 1-4-92 L 59-80 11-26-93 L 58-89 11-18-08 L 84-103

TENNESSEE-STATE > 0-1 11-26-04 L 72-75 (ot) N

A A A A

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN > 0-1 12-9-95 L 90-95 N STETSON > 1-0 12-12-92 W 65-61

N

TAYLOR [INDIANA] > 1-0 12-31-80 W 67-48 H TENNESSEE > 0-1 11-17-98 L 64-83

TENNESSEE TECH > 0-2 12-4-61 L 68-82 A 12-10-65 L 88-100 A TEXAS A&MKINGSVILLE > 2-0 12-12-77 W 73-61 H 1-5-85 W 59-53 H TCU > 0-1 11-16-09 L

65-83

N

TEXAS-EL PASO > 0-1 12-22-99 L 82-93 A A

H H A

SEATTLE PACIFIC > 2-1 12-20-63 W 69-67 N 12-2-67 L 87-89 A 12-15-72 W 61-49 A SERV PAC [NAVY] > 0-1 12-10-60 L 50-78 A SIOUX FALLS COLLEGE > 1-0 1-3-75 W 82-67

H

SONOMA STATE > 3-1 12-28-81 W 63-56 A 12-3-83 W 63-54 H 12-2-88 L 90-96 A 12-8-88 W 106-80 H SOUTH CAROLINA STATE > 1-0 12-30-95 W 64-59 N SOUTH DAKOTA STATE > 2-0 1-21-07 W 72-61 2-20-07 W 64-63

H A

SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE > 1-0 1-9-92 W 92-62 H SOUTHERN ILLINOIS > 0-3 11-24-91 L 67-73 12-16-01 L 60-74 12-22-02 L 74-86

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A H A

{ MARCO MCCAIN, 1999-01 }


H

A

TEXAS STATE > 1-0 11-17-09 W 85-82

N

TEXAS WESLEYAN > 1-0 1-12-93 W 92-62 H TULSA > 1-1 11-22-05 W 11-25-06 L

77-71 70-91

H A

U.S. INTERNATIONAL > 2-1 12-16-78 W 86-54 H 1-28-91 W 123-91 H 2-14-91 L 96-98 A UC DAVIS > 16-7 12-13-64 L 54-68 A 3-2-78 W 79-73 H 11-27-78 W 69-65 A 12-21-79 W 69-63 H 12-29-80 L 57-72 A 12-29-82 W 72-59 H 12-27-85 L 41-53 A 11-22-86 L 55-69 H 12-22-87 W 66-65 A 11-25-88 W 103-55 H 12-29-89 L 68-69 A 1-29-05 W 94-72 A 2-28-05 W 99-72 H 1-19-06 W 70-60 H 2-14-06 W 75-69 A 1-18-07 L 88-93 (2ot)A 2-14-07 W 91-74 H 1-10-08 W 82-47 H 2-9-08 W 77-57 A 1-5-09 W 84-81 H 3-5-09 W 99-72 A 1-4-10 L 73-85 A 3-4-10 W 70-66 H UC IRVINE > 20-24 12-23-66 W 89-81 H 12-28-66 W 87-82 N 2-3-67 L 76-96 A 12-9-67 W 97-93 A 1-30-68 L 80-86 H 1-30-70 L 83-92 A 2-28-70 L 75-86 H 1-16-71 W 93-78 H 2-2-71 W 69-68 (ot) A 12-30-72 L 75-83 A 2-3-73 W 65-59 A 2-17-73 W 64-63 H 1-22-74 L 71-73 A 2-8-74 L 74-77 H 1-11-75 L 67-69 A 2-8-75 L 76-82 H 1-3-76 L 73-84 A 2-10-76 W 84-68 H

1-18-77 2-15-77 12-11-93 1-8-94 3-1-95 12-21-96 1-19-02 2-14-02 1-25-03 2-20-03 3-13-03 1-8-04 2-7-04 1-6-05 2-5-05 3-10-05 1-13-06 2-4-06 1-11-07 2-3-07 1-31-08 3-1-0-08 1-24-09 2-18-09 1-7-10 2-27-10

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

UCLA > 1-5 12-22-92 L 11-26-94 L 12-3-96 L 12-19-98 L 11-21-00 W 12-7-08 L

66-80 84-66 82-93 68-66 73-89 77-53 73-72 (ot) 80-82 69-63 57-64 64-70 (ot) 56-72 56-51 66-52 79-60 72-56 62-76 57-74 67-61 66-75 69-64 66-82 74-55 51-73 62-65 74-79

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73-80 60-83 73-95 97-114 78-74 67-85

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UC RIVERSIDE > 35-28 1-15-60 W 78-41 A 2-27-60 W 92-62 N 2-25-61 W 93-55 A 1-10-70 W 89-82 H 2-14-70 L 87-104 A 1-9-71 W 91-89 A 2-13-71 W 74-62 H 1-7-72 L 80-83 H 2-10-72 L 75-76 A 1-26-73 L 57-66 H 2-10-73 L 54-69 A 1-19-74 L 79-83 A 2-22-74 L 77-89 H 1-17-75 L 62-63 H 2-22-75 L 64-75 A 2-6-76 W 82-74 H 2-13-76 W 86-85 H 2-4-77 W 81-57 A 2-11-77 L 53-56 H 1-20-78 W 91-74 H 2-24-78 W 81-67 A 1-26-79 L 73-74 A 2-9-79 W 66-64 H 1-24-80 L 73-80 H 2-9-80 W 56-54 A 1-23-81 L 63-74 A 2-7-81 W 63-55 H 1-22-82 W 72-49 H

2-6-82 1-28-83 2-12-83 1-27-84 2-11-84 1-25-85 2-9-85 1-24-86 2-14-86 1-16-87 2-6-87 1-23-88 2-13-88 2-4-89 2-25-89 1-27-90 2-17-90 1-26-02 2-21-02 2-1-03 2-27-03 1-5-04 3-4-04 12-30-04 3-3-05 1-9-06 2-9-06 1-6-07 2-8-07 1-16-08 2-16-08 1-14-09 2-14-09 1-14-10 2-4-10

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

56-62 86-74 63-50 49-50 44-53 68-67 78-63 42-56 49-71 61-67 81-75 68-85 55-63 79-86 86-92 62-86 77-80 84-69 73-64 71-74 78-70 (ot) 70-78 71-72 (ot) 57-43 70-60 76-62 74-56 67-60 89-69 66-62 73-61 64-56 77-64 64-50 63-47

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UC SAN DIEGO > 2-0 11-29-77 W 77-64 A 1-5-80 W 87-76 H UC SANTA BARBARA > 13-28 12-29-59 L 58-78 A 2-3-61 W 73-67 A 2-1-62 L 69-78 H 2-17-62 L 58-79 A 12-29-62 L 64-65 N 3-1-63 L 64-79 H 12-4-65 L 76-82 (ot) A 1-14-67 L 88-97 H 12-18-67 W 108-93 A 1-28-69 L 63-86 H 2-7-70 L 79-89 A 2-6-71 L 66-67 (ot) H 2-29-72 L 67-69 A 1-20-73 L 65-73 H 1-26-74 L 69-77 A 1-25-75 L 60-61 H 2-21-76 L 70-88 A 11-28-81 W 82-75 A 12-4-92 L 60-67 A 12-19-95 L 67-94 A 12-23-96 W 75-58 H 1-10-02 L 54-57 H

2-9-02 1-16-03 2-15-03 1-22-04 2-21-04 3-11-04 1-2-05 1-20-05 1-26-06 3-4-06 1-25-07 3-3-07 1-5-08 3-6-08 1-29-09 2-25-09 3-13-09 1-30-10 2-24-10

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

51-58 59-77 58-67 47-59 80-71 61-58 70-50 52-65 59-46 76-82 (ot) 57-67 59-75 88-84 66-77 72-70 62-57 67-60 76-69 69-74

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UC SANTA CRUZ > 1-0 11-22-80 W 116-42 H UNLV > 0-11 2-24-61 L 1-12-62 L 1-13-62 L 1-6-76 L 1-8-77 L 1-5-78 L 12-12-78 L 1-12-95 L 11-25-95 L 11-23-96 L 11-25-00 L

91-92 59-81 59-66 75-111 72-112 72-83 64-97 79-91 56-80 59-61 69-70

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USC > 1-4 2-4-91 L 11-19-99 L 12-5-00 L 11-30-03 L 11-20-05 W

69-86 59-73 90-99 69-75 81-76 (ot)

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UTAH > 0-6 12-29-79 L 11-29-82 L 11-23-84 L 11-29-86 L 12-14-91 L 12-19-03 L

69-91 53-66 64-78 56-79 58-75 57-73

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UTAH STATE > 3-10 1-6-77 L 63-74 11-27-82 L 63-100 11-26-84 L 77-100 12-2-89 L 78-95 12-20-01 L 56-73 3-2-02 W 62-54 1-2-03 L 44-59 3-6-03 L 58-69 1-17-04 L 57-83 2-12-04 L 47-69 3-12-04 W 63-62 1-15-05 W 70-67

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2-10-05

L

57-77

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WASHINGTON > 0-4 2-10-92 L 57-61 A 12-28-02 L 80-89 A 12-22-07 L 66-80 A 12-6-09 L 76-88 A WASHINGTON STATE > 0-3 12-27-93 L 78-93 N 1-25-95 L 59-106 A 12-16-06 L 50-69 A WEBER STATE > 8-13 12-13-73 L 67-73 A 1-4-77 L 54-87 A 1-2-79 L 52-66 A 11-30-82 L 53-66 A 11-24-84 L 65-81 A 12-1-86 L 62-75 A 12-1-89 L 51-67 A 12-29-90 L 61-69 A 1-5-91 L 59-61 H 1-16-97 W 90-81 H 2-20-97 W 89-76 A 1-17-98 L 69-70 A 2-19-98 L 86-92 H 1-21-99 W 78-68 H 2-25-99 L 78-95 A 1-29-00 L 92-113 A 3-1-00 W 76-62 H 3-8-00 W 73-68 N 1-4-01 W 89-78 A 2-1-01 W 96-86 H 3-9-01 W 91-74 H WESTMONT COLLEGE > 24-14 12-9-58 L 58-85 1-8-59 L 52-75 1-30-60 W 74-72 12-2-60 W 78-72 12-23-60 L 67-71 1-13-61 W 78-52 2-21-61 W 73-70 2-14-62 L 63-77 12-28-62 W 80-64

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2-12-63 12-3-63 2-7-64 12-11-64 2-6-65 2-1-66 12-5-66 12-16-67 2-18-69 12-16-69 12-23-70 1-18-72 12-6-72 2-6-74 1-8-75 12-5-75 12-7-76 1-10-78 12-4-78 12-1-79 11-26-80 12-5-81 12-4-82 11-29-83 12-10-84 12-7-85 12-9-86 12-5-87 12-10-88

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

75-94 83-82 71-86 103-90 109-70 117-123 99-83 111-86 86-85 94-82 75-83 72-59 55-56 90-69 74-65 90-71 61-66 82-74 75-71 73-71 71-69 69-63 60-76 44-61 67-68 61-58 60-67 74-63 75-59

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WEST TEXAS A&M > 0-1 12-9-89 L 80-82 H WESTERN KENTUCKY > 0-1 11-23-09 L 67-68

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WHITTIER COLLEGE > 1-1 12-27-63 W 85-75 12-20-68 L 95-100

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WICHITA STATE > 0-1 11-28-87 L 53-78 A WISCONSINMILWAUKEE > 1-5 1-7-91 L 63-78 2-11-91 L 77-95 1-27-92 L 71-90 2-15-92 W 80-69 1-17-93 L 56-78 2-18-93 L 74-75

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WISCONSINOSHKOSH > 1-0 12-21-85 W 106-92

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WYOMING > 1-3 12-5-74 L 63-71 11-22-85 L 49-86 12-7-00 W 74-71 12-6-01 L 64-86

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XAVIER > 0-1 12-21-94 L 65-101

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SERIES SCORES BY OPPONENT

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN > 0-1 12-30-60 L 56-63


H TEAMHISTORY MATADOR ALL-AMERICANS MIKE ALMEIDO 1985

JACK DYCK 1975

The CCAA Player of the Year (1984-85) … Voted a NCAA Division II AllAmerican (1984-85) … Named All District-8 following the 1984-85 season ... Also named to the NCAA Division II West Regional All-Tournament team (1984-85) … Averaged a team-leading 13.3 ppg in 1984-85 … Also led the team in free throw percentage (.861, #3 for single season) … His career field goal percentage of .568 is eighth-best in Matador history … Played 984 minutes during the 1983-84 season, eighth-best in school history … Led the Matadors in assists (94) during his 1984-85 season.

Named a NCAA Division II All-American following the 1974-75 season (16.4 ppg, #1 on the Matadors) … A first team All-CCAA selection (1974-75) … Chalked up 134 free throws in 1974-75, ninth-best in school history … Led the Matadors in rebounding in 1974-75 (8.0 rpg) … Tallied 310 rebounds during the 1970-71 season, third-best in school history … His 510 career rebounds is eleventh-best in school history … Ranks ninth all-time in career assists (235) at Cal State Northridge … A member of the Cal State Northridge Hall of Fame.

OLLIE CARTER 1965

CHUCK EVANS 1979

CLIFF HIGGINS 1984

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FORWARD

Named a NCAA Division II All-American following the 1964-65 season … Holds the school career record for scoring average (21.8 ppg) … Led the Matadors (1964-65) during his All-American junior season (21.1 ppg, #5 in school history) along with 7.5 rebounds per game, #2 on the team … Also led the team in free throw percentage (.800) … Averaged a team leading 22.7 ppg during his senior campaign (1965-66), third-best in school history … A two-time All-CCAA selection (1964-65, 1965-66) … Also averaged 9.3 rpg, and led the Matadors in free throw percentage … Holds one of the oldest school records with 47 points against Westmont College (2/1/66) … Tallied a school record 21 field goals and 31 field goal attempts against Westmont (2/1/66) … Also holds the school record for season free throws (182, 1964-65) and season free throw attempts (227, 1964-65) … Scored 550 points during the 1964-65 season, fifth-best in school history … Ranks seventh-best in school history in season free throw attempts (189, 1965-66) … His 392 field goal attempts during the 1964-65 season is eighth-best in school history … Also ranks ninth all-time at CSUN in career free throw attempts (416) … A career free throw percentage of .791 is ninth-best in school history.

Named a NCAA Division II All-American following the 1978-79 season … The 1979 CCAA Player of the Year (CCAA) … Led the team in scoring (11.2 ppg) in 1978-79 … Also led the Matadors in field goal percentage (.521) in 1978-79.

A NCAA Division II AllAmerican (1983-84 season) … A two-time All District-8 selection (1982-83, 1983-84) … Voted CCAA Player of the Year (1982-83) and co-Player of the Year the following season (1983-84) … Scored 1,221 points in three seasons (1981-84), seventh-best in school history … Scored 519 points during the 1983-84 season, sixth-best in the Matador record book … His 19.2 ppg average in 1983-84 is tenth-best in school history … Led the team in scoring (17.3 ppg in 1982-83, 19.2 ppg in 1983-84) … The team leader in rebounding three times … Averaged 8.0 rpg in 1981-82, followed by 9.0 rpg in 1982-83 and 9.4 rpg in 1983-84 …Grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds against Cal State Stanislaus (11/19/82) … Tallied 671 career rebounds, fourth-best in school history … His career rebounding average of 8.7 is sixth-best in school history … Led the team in free throw percentage (.806) in 1983-84 … Averaged 16.1 ppg during his three seasons at Cal State Northridge (1981-84), seventh-best in school history … Ranks fifth in school history in career field goals (491) … Ranks seventh-best all-time in school history with 943 field goal attempts … Tallied 197 field goals in 1983-84, seventh-best in school history … Led CSUN in field goal percentage (.545) in 1982-83) … His 383 field goal attempts in 1983-84 is tenth-best in the school record book … Led the Matadors in season blocks three times (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84) … Ranks third all-time in career blocks (66) in school history … During the 1999-00 season, tallied a team-high 27 blocks, sixth-best in school history … The team leader in steals in 198283 and 1983-84 … Led the team in minutes played (1,013) during the 1983-84 season, sixth-best in

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FORWARD

BRIAN HEINLE 2001 CENTER

Earned the distinction of being the first Division I All-American in Cal State Northridge basketball history (2000-01) … Named the Big Sky Tournament MVP in helping lead the Matadors to the tournament title and a berth in the Division I NCAA Tournament … Voted first team All-Big Sky during his senior season (2000-01) … A year earlier, was named Honorable Mention All-Big Sky … A two-time team co-MVP (1999-00, 2000-01) … Following the 2000-01 season, named to the NABC/Chevrolet All District-15 team ... Averaged 20.2 ppg during his senior season (2000-01), sixth-best in school history … Also led the team in rebounding (9.2 rpg) in 2000-01 … The all-time leading scorer in school history (1,641 points), career field goals (590) and career field goal attempts (1,263) ... Ranks #2 in career games played (119) … Also the school record holder in single season scoring (646 points) during the 2000-01 season … Tallied 229 field goals in 2000-01, second-best in school history … Ranks second all-time in season free throw attempts (207, 2000-01) … His 458 field goal attempts in 2000-01 is fourth-best in school history … Led the team in scoring (14.6 ppg in 1999-00, 20.2

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ppg in 2000-01) … His 465 career free throw attempts is fifth-best in school history … Tallied 136 free throws in 2000-01, eighth-best in school history … CSUN’s second all-time leading rebounder with 785 … Grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds against Montana State (1/25/01) … Ranks second and third, respectively, in the school record book in career three-point goals (149) and career three-point field goal attempts (395) … Led the Matadors in blocks in three seasons (1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01) … Ranks second in career blocks at CSUN with 76 … Ranks fifth all-time in career assists (290) in school history … Played 3,101 minutes in four seasons at CSUN, fourth-best in school history … During his senior season, played 1,036 minutes, second-best in the school record book … Voted Scholar-Athlete on the team (1997-98) … Voted Most Improved Player following the 1998-99 season … Scored a career-high 34 points at Weber State (1/29/00).


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PAUL MCCRACKEN 1972 FORWARD

Named a NCAA Division II All-American (1971-72) … A two-time All-CCAA first team selection (1970-71, 1971-72) … League MVP during his senior season (1971-72) … Led the team in scoring (18.0 ppg) during the 1971-72 season … Averaged 15.6 ppg in 51 games (1970-72), tenthbest in school history … Led the team in rebounding in 1970-71 (12.7 rpg) and in 1971-72 (12.0 rpg) … Compiled 300 rebounds during the 1971-72 season,

third-best in the school record book … Also the school record holder in career rebound average at 12.4 … Averaged 12.7 rpg in 1970-71, and 12.0 rpg in 197172, second and third, respectively, for a single season in school history … Chalked up 630 career rebounds, fifth-best in school history … His 192 season free throw attempts (1971-72) is sixth-best in school history … Drafted by the Houston Rockets following his senior season … A member of the Cal State Northridge Hall of Fame

TERRY MILLER 1978 GUARD

Voted Player of the Year (CCAA) following the 197778 season … Also named a NCAA Division II AllAmerican (1977-78) … Named first team All District-8 and Southern California Division II Player of the Year following the 1977-78 season.

MATADOR ALL-AMERICANS

school history … A member of the Cal State Northridge Hall of Fame.

GEORGE ROBNETT 1974 FORWARD

Named a NCAA Division II All-American following the 1973-74 season … A first team All-CCAA selection (1973-74 season) … Following the 1973-74 season, named to the United Press International All-Pacific Coast honorable Mention … Scored a school record 24.9 ppg and added another school record for field goals (267) during the 1973-74 season … Also the school record holder with 24 rebounds against UC Irvine during the 1970-71 season … Scored 1,159 points (1970-74) in 76 games, eleventh-best in school history … Scored 623 points during the 1973-74 season, second-best in school history … His 489 field goal attempts during the 1973-74 season is second-best in school history … Tallied 497 field goals in 76 games, fourth-best in school history … Tallied 990 field goal attempts in 76 games, fifth-best in school history … Led the Matadors in rebounding in 1972-73 (7.2 rpg) and 1973-74 (9.9 rpg) … Collected 596 career rebounds, sixth-best in school history … Drafted by the Golden State Warriors following his senior season … A member of the Cal State Northridge Hall of Fame

LARRY SINGLETON 1978 FORWARD

Accorded NCAA Division II All-American honors (1977-78) … A two-time All-CCAA selection (1976-77, 1977-78) … Led the team in scoring (12.2 ppg in 1976-77, 15.9 ppg in 1977-78) … Also led the Matadors in field goal percentage (.567) in 1977-78 … Tallied 194 field goals in 1977-78, eight-best in school history … His .558 career field goal percentage is tenth-best in school history … Led the Matadors in rebounding in 1977-78 (7.0 rpg).

WILLIE SONSMA 1980 GUARD

Named a NCAA Division II All-American following the 1979-80 season … A first team All-CCAA selection (1979-80) … Chalked up a career-high 30 points against Cal State Los Angeles (1/31/80) … Led the team in field goal percentage (.560) and free throw percentage (.859, #5 in school history) in 1979-80 … Led the team in assists during his junior (1978-79) and senior seasons (1979-80).

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H TEAMHISTORY THE MATADOME THE MATADOME IS THE SITE OF ALL 12 MEN’S basketball games in 2010-11. The 49-year-old facility has undergone major reconstruction in recent years, receiving a new floor in 1996, a state-of-the-art scoreboard above center court in 1997, chair-backed bleachers in 1998 and a redesigned court in 2001. The 1,600-seat gym is located at the corner of Zelzah Avenue and Plummer Street on the Cal State Northridge campus. The Matadome also serves as the home for Cal State Northridge men’s and women’s volleyball and women’s basketball. During its first years of collegiate basketball competition, Cal State Northridge played its home games at several high school gyms in the San Fernando Valley before its first home game at The Matadome on Jan. 2, 1962 when the Matadors hosted Long Beach State. In all, 563 Cal State Northridge men’s basketball games have been played at The Matadome. Many memorable games have been played at The Matadome in its 48-year history including a 73-58 victory over Eastern Washington on Mar. 10, 2001, to give Cal State Northridge the Big Sky Tournament title and a berth in the school’s first-ever NCAA Division I Tournament. On Feb. 1, 1966, Ollie Carter scored 47 points against Westmont College, which still remains as a school record. On Nov. 20, 2001, Markus Carr set a league record with eleven steals against Dominican University. During the 2006-07 season, Cal State Northridge equaled the NCAA record for assists in a regulation game with 43 in a 159-97 victory over Redlands on Nov. 15, 2006. The 159 points broke the Big West record for most points scored in a non-conference game. Since the 1962-63 season, Cal State Northridge has played 588 home games at The Matadome with a winning percentage of .663. In 48 seasons of home games at The Matadome, Cal State Northridge has produced 40 winning seasons, five .500 seasons, and three losing seasons. The overall attendance record for a sporting event in The Matadome is 3,106, achieved in standing-roomonly fashion Nov. 2, 1990, when the United States defeated Japan in an international exhibition men’s volleyball match. The attendance record for a Matador men’s basketball game was set when 3,100 fans witnessed the University of San Diego defeat Cal State Northridge, 70-67, on March 4, 1978 to win the NCAA Division II Western Regional. The Matadome is complete with men’s and women’s locker rooms as well as a training room and equipment storage space. It is adjacent to the Matadors’ 25-yard competition swimming and diving pool, a fitness center and six racquetball courts. The Matadome also houses classrooms and offices for the university’s Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education. The gym has direct high pressure sodium lighting. It is recommended that photographers use 3200 ASA film for action photography as there is NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWED. A telephone is available for working media at press room during all games. The Matadome press row telephone number is (818) 677-4702.

MILESTONE WINS IN THE MATADOME 1st 100th 200th 300th

Cal State Northridge 98, Cal Poly Pomona 89, 11/30/63 Cal State Northridge 88, Long Beach State 84, 2/24/68 Cal State Northridge 86, UC Riverside (2ot), 2/13/76 Cal State Northridge 76, Weber State 62, 3/1/00

TOP 10 BIGGEST WINS OVER NON-LEAGUE OPPONENTS > 1. 78 points, 116-42, vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/22/80 2. 66 points, 117-51, vs Bethany College, 12/7/02 3. 62 points, 117-55, vs Hope International, 12/1/05 62 points, 159-97, vs Redlands, 11/15/06 5. 54 points, 101-47, vs Dominican University, 11/20/01 6. 52 points, 117-65, vs Sacramento State, 2/21/98 7. 45 points, 107-62, vs Albertson College, 12/20/67 45 points, 105-60, vs The Master’s College, 12/12/81 45 points, 96-51, vs Vanguard, 12/27/00 45 points, 94-49, vs Vanguard, 12/20/07 TOP 10 BIGGEST WINS OVER BIG WEST OPPONENTS > 1. 48 points, 103-55, vs UC Davis, 11/25/88 2. 39 points, 100-61, vs Long Beach State, 1/26/08 3. 38 points, 104-66, vs Cal Poly, 2/18/95 4. 35 points, 94-59, vs Cal State Fullerton, 12/19/64 35 points, 82-47, vs UC Davis, 1/10/08 6. 33 points, 104-71, vs Cal Poly, 1/8/66 7. 30 points, 91-61, vs Cal Poly, 1/6/68 8. 27 points, 99-72, vs UC Davis, 2/28/05 9. 24 points, 117-93, vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/29/64 24 points, 77-53, vs UC Irvine, 12/21/96 24 points, 92-68, vs Cal State Fullerton, 1/24/02 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE TOP 10 SCORERS AT THE MATADOME > 1. 47, Ollie Carter vs Westmont, 2/1/66 2. 39, Mike Efevberha vs Cal State Fullerton, 1/7/06 39, Mike O’Quinn vs Eastern Washington, 3/5/98 39, Kenny Daniels vs Idaho, 12/3/09 4. 38, Andre Chevalier vs San Diego State, 3/3/94 5. 36, Mike Efevberha vs Tulsa, 11/22/05

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6. 35, Mark Cooley vs Cal Poly SLO, 2/10/67 7. 34, Paul Drecksel vs Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 12/21/85 34, Brian Heinle vs Weber State, 1/29/00 9. 33, Chuck Malouf vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/29/64 33, Mike Efevberha vs Hope International, 12/1/05 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE TOP 10 REBOUNDERS AT THE MATADOME > 1. 24, George Robnett vs UC Irvine, 1970-71 2. 23, Jerry Joseph vs Cal State Stanislaus, 12/28/68 3. 19, Jack Dyck vs Sioux Falls, 1/3/75 19, Craig Nance vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1/18/75 5. 18, Calvin Chitwood vs Chicago State, 11/10/07 6. 17, Kendell McDaniels vs Cal Lutheran, 11/28/89 17, Brian Heinle vs Montana State, 1/25/01 8. 16, Joe Clayborn vs Chico State, 11/28/75 16, Joe Clayborn vs Loyola Marymount, 12/20/75 16, Cliff Higgins vs Cal State Los Angeles, 2/4/83 16, Thomas Shewmake vs Northeastern, 11/25/05 16, Etoagwara Onyenegecha vs Pacific, 2/28/04


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TEAM RECORDS IN THE MATADOME

YEAR 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70

OVERALL 0-11 7-4 11-0 5-5 10-3 7-4 7-5 7-5

CSUN PTS 728 (66.2 ppg) 957 (87.0 ppg) 1,039 (94.5 ppg) 899 (89.9 ppg) 1,164 (89.5 ppg) 950 (86.4 ppg) 1,089 (90.8 ppg) 1,055 (87.9 ppg)

OPP. PTS 847 (77.0 ppg) 935 (85.0 ppg) 858 (78.0 ppg) 882 (88.2 ppg) 1,061 (81.6 ppg) 880 (80.0 ppg) 1,076 (89.7 ppg) 1,063 (88.6 ppg)

POINTS > 159, Cal State Northridge vs Redlands, 11/15/06

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED > 35, Cal State Northridge vs Cal State Dominguez Hills, 12/29/97

FEWEST POINTS > 32, Cal State Northridge vs Cal Poly, 2/18/84

FREE THROWS > 48, Cal State Northridge vs WisconsinOshkosh, 12/21/85

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

6-3 689 (76.6 ppg) 8-2 841 (84.1 ppg) 7-5 907 (75.6 ppg) 7-6 1,062 (81.7 ppg) 9-4 968 (74.5 ppg) 10-3 1,063 (81.8 ppg) 5-6 689 (62.6 ppg) 14-2 1,246 (77.9 ppg) 10-2 837 (69.8 ppg) 10-3 1,016 (78.2 ppg) 9-4 912 (70.2 ppg) 9-2 825 (75.0 ppg) 10-3 900 (69.2 ppg) 6-6 668 (55.7 ppg) 12-2 953 (68.1 ppg) 9-5 949 (67.8 ppg) 7-7 926 (66.1 ppg) 11-3 1,007 (71.9 ppg) 9-5 1,180 (84.3 ppg) 8-6 1,027 (73.4 pg) 6-5 924 (84.0 ppg) 8-3 865 (78.6 ppg) 7-3 760 (76.0 ppg0 4-4 658 (82.3 ppg) 6-5 846 (76.9 ppg) 6-7 932 (71.7 ppg) 7-6 986 (75.8 ppg) 7-4 983 (89.4 ppg) 9-3 967 (80.6 ppg) 12-1 1,009 (77.6 ppg) 13-1 1,128 (80.6 ppg) 7-6 1,005 (77.3 ppg) 9-4 988 (76.0 ppg) 7-6 955 (73.4 ppg) 9-2 809 (73.5 ppg) 6-6 917 (76.4 ppg) 10-5 1,263 (84.2 ppg) 10-3 1,067 (82.1 ppg) 10-2 1,023 (85.3 ppg) 7-6 989 (76.1 ppg) 390-198 (.663) 45,620 (77.6 PPG)

667 (74.1 ppg) 746 (74.6 ppg) 799 (66.6 ppg) 947 (72.8 ppg) 868 (66.8 ppg) 939 (72.2 ppg) 699 (63.5 ppg) 1,036 (64.8 ppg) 732 (61.0 ppg) 885 (68.1 ppg) 773 (59.5 ppg) 655 (59.5 ppg) 817 (62.8 ppg) 667 (55.6 ppg) 803 (57.4 ppg) 884 (63.1 ppg) 910 (65.0 ppg) 860 (61.4 ppg) 1,031 (73.6 ppg) 991 (70.8 ppg) 892 (81.1 ppg) 826 (75.1 ppg) 713 (71.3 ppg) 620 (77.5 ppg) 828 (75.3 ppg) 949 (73.0 ppg) 885 (68.1 ppg) 830 (75.5 ppg) 831 (69.3 ppg) 882 (67.8 ppg) 985 (70.4 ppg) 858 (66.0 ppg) 869 (66.8 ppg) 919 (70.7 ppg) 683 (62.1 ppg) 799 (66.6 ppg) 1,164 (77.6 ppg) 865 (66.6 ppg) 785 (65.4 ppg) 985 (75.8 ppg) 41,479 (70.5 PPG)

BIGGEST WINNING MARGIN > 74, Cal State Northridge vs UC Santa Cruz (116-42), 11/22/80

REBOUNDS > 81, Cal State Northridge vs UC Irvine, 1/16/71

FIELD GOALS > 52, Cal State Northridge vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/22/80

FOULS > 39, Cal State Northridge vs Nevada, 11/17/01 39, Cal State Northridge vs CSF, 2/13/10

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED > 118, Cal State Northridge vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/22/80

ASSISTS > 43, Cal State Northridge vs Redlands, 11/15/06

HIGHEST COMBINED SCORE > 256 (159-97), Cal State Northridge vs Redlands, 11/15/06

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS > 17, Cal State Northridge vs Sacramento State, 2/21/98

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED > 61, Nevada vs Cal State Northridge, 11/17/01 61, Cal State Fullerton vs CSUN, 2/13/10

BLOCKS > 10, Cal State Northridge vs UC Davis, 12/29//82 10, Cal State Northridge vs Cal Poly Pomona, 11/28/00 STEALS > 26, Cal State Northridge vs Bethany College, 12/7/02

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS IN THE MATADOME POINTS > 53, Kevin Bradshaw, USIU vs Cal State Northridge, 1/28/91 FIELD GOALS > 21, Ollie Carter, Cal State Northridge vs Westmont, 2/1/66 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED > 37 (17-for-37), Kevin Bradshaw, USIU vs Cal State Northridge, 1/28/91 CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS > 14, Davor Marcelic, Southern Utah vs Cal State Northridge, 3/1/91 CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS [HALF] > 9 (second half), Davor Marcelic, Southern Utah vs Cal State Northridge, 3/1/91 THREE-POINT GOALS > 7, Kyle Kerlegan Cal State Northridge vs USIU, 1/28/91 7, Davor Marcelic, Southern Utah vs Cal State Northridge, 3/1/91 7, Chris Johnson, St. Mary’s vs Cal State { KYLE KERLEGAN, 1990-91 } Northridge, 2/6/95

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69 NORTHRIDGE MATADORS

THE MATADOME

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE’S RECORD AT THE MATADOME


H TEAMHISTORY OPPONENTS IN THE MATADOME ABILENE CHRISTIAN > 0-1 L, 63-66, 1/3/87 ADAMS STATE > 1-0 W, 94-69, 12/17/66 ALABAMABIRMINGHAM > 0-2 L, 62-84, 12/3/94 L, 67-71, 12/21/00 ALABAMAHUNTSVILLE > 1-0 W, 83-67, 12/23/86 ALASKA-ANCHORAGE > 1-0 W, 79-76, 12/2/78 ALBERTSON COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 107-62, 12/20/67 BARRY COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 85-55, 1/4/88 BETHANY COLLEGE > 3-0 W, 79-64, 1/3/72 W, 118-79, 12/6/88 W, 117-51, 12/7/02 BIOLA COLLEGE > 2-3 W, 65-52, 1/3/83 L, 41-43, 12/14/84 L. 58-62, 12/6/86 L, 71-76, 1/10/89 W, 62-54, 1/3/90 BOISE STATE > 0-2 L, 48-64, 2/8/91 L, 74-85, 12/9/06 BROWN > 0-1 L, 72-81, 12/29/94 BUFFALO [SUNY] > 2-0 W, 77-63, 12/30/88 W, 90-72, 1/4/94 CALIFORNIA > 1-0 L, 65-76, 1/22/95 (forfeit) CAL BAPTIST > 1-0 W, 79-60, 12/21/04 CAL LUTHERAN > 11-0 W, 98-80, 12/1/64 W, 92-73, 12/6/73 W, 95-67, 12/12/75 W, 80-61, 12/16/77 W, 79-63, 12/14/79 W, 92-59, 12/10/81 W, 58-54, 12/16/83 W, 66-63, 12/3/85 W, 78-67, 11/24/87 W, 79-63, 11/28/89 W, 73-62, 11/14/08 CAL POLY > 25-16 L, 64-74, 2/9/63 W, 86-75, 1/3/64 W, 106-92, 2/12/65

W, 104-71, 1/8/66 W, 94-85, 2/10/67 W, 91-61, 1/6/68 W, 113-104, 2/7/69 W, 100-87, 2/20/70 L, 49-62, 1/15/71 W, 85-82, 1/8/72 W, 89-67, 2/24/73 L, 55-61, 2/1/74 W, 73-64, 2/14/75 W, 73-59, 1/23/76 L, 46-55, 1/29/77 W, 56-44, 1/28/78 W, 66-55, 1/12/79 L, 58-59, 2/16/80 L, 56-65, 1/16/81 L, 67-77, 2/13/82 L, 38-39, 1/21/83 L, 32-56, 2/18/84 W, 66-45, 1/18/65 L, 62-75, 2/1/86 L, 69-79, 1/31/87 L, 69-72, 1/30/88 W, 90-61, 2/11/89 L, 70-98, 2/23/90 W, 104-66, 2/18/95 L, 84-97, 2/17/96 W, 94-86, 1/2/00 W, 72-62, 1/12/02 L, 59-62, 2/13/03 W, 80-71, 1/24/04 W, 88-65, 2/16/05 W, 82-77, 3/2/06 L, 68-79, 1/27/07 W, 99-67, 3/8/08 W, 67-55, 2/11/09 W, 67-55, 2/11/09 W, 73-68, 2/17/10 CAL POLY POMONA > 21-8 L, 58-72, 1/5/62 L, 78-98, 2/16/63 W, 98-89, 11/30/63 W, 79-68, 2/16/65 W, 93-84, 2/15/66 W, 91-86, 2/14/67 W, 74-71, 2/16/68 W, 96-95, 1/10/69 W, 97-100, 1/9/70 (forfeit) W, 69-62, 2/12/71 L, 71-86, 1/27/73 L. 84-85, 2/23/74 W, 80-71, 1/18/75 L, 74-92, 3/5/76 W, 40-38, 1/21/77 W, 79-68, 2/17/78 L, 50-65, 2/10/79 W, 94-81, 1/26/80 L, 66-71, 2/5/81 W, 51-45, 1/23/82 W, 76-69, 2/11/83 W, 62-59, 1/28/84 W, 86-69, 2/8/85 L, 63-69, 2/15/86 W, 74-69, 2/7/87 W, 70-67, 2/11/88 W, 85-79, 2/2/89 W, 75-68, 2/16/90 W, 75-50, 11/28/00 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD > 11-10 L, 58-69, 2/23/73 L, 75-76, 2/2/74 W, 64-62, 2/15/75 L, 65-69, 1/24/76 W, 78-69, 1/28/77

W, 81-62, 1/27/78 W, 80-71, 1/13/79 L, 58-66, 2/15/80 W, 83-74, 1/17/81 L, 67-71, 2/12/82 L, 44-67, 1/22/83 L, 46-56, 2/17/84 W, 63-62, 1/19/85 L, 53-64, 1/31/86 L, 63-66, 1/30/87 W, 50-49, 1/28/88 L, 59-71, 2/9/89 W, 96-88, 2/24/90 W, 92-76, 11/21/07 W, 79-62, 2/5/09 W, 81-74, 11/30/09 CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS > 14-3 W, 87-45, 12/22/73 W, 86-56, 12/9/77 W, 76-63, 12/9/78 W, 83-67, 1/10/80 L, 64-73, 2/21/81 W, 71-60, 1/8/82 W, 73-63, 2/26/83 L, 59-61, 1/13/84 W, 76-61, 2/23/85 W, 62-59, 2/7/86 W, 56-49, 2/14/87 L, 57-60, 2/27/88 W, 68-61, 2/18/89 W, 77-59, 1/19/90 W, 77-57, 11/27/96 W, 115-71, 12/29/97 W, 80-65, 11/27/99 CAL STATE FULLERTON > 12-13 L, 71-74 (ot), 12/1/62 L, 73-82, 2/26/63 W, 117-93, 2/29/64 W, 94-59, 12/19/64 W, 103-93, 1/4/66 W, 94-86, 12/2/66 W, 86-76, 1/13/68 L, 76-83, 2/15/69 W, 95-81, 2/28/70 W, 88-82, 1/30/71 W, 83-72, 2/19/72 L, 63-64, 1/12/73 W, 90-73, 3/1/74 L, 56-87, 11/27/76 L, 68-75, 12/19/92 W, 77-76, 12/2/95 W, 92-68, 1/24/02 W, 70-62, 3/1/03 L, 70-95, 3/6/04 L, 70-72, 3/5/05 L, 78-83, 1/7/06 L, 73-75, 2/10/07 L, 72-80, 2/2/08 L, 87-91, 1/21/09 L, 112-113 (3ot), 2/13/10 CAL STATE HAYWARD > 3-1 W, 69-48, 12/19/80 L, 59-70, 12/29/86 W, 76-69, 12/28/87 W, 66-56, 12/14/89 CAL STATE LOS ANGELES > 15-12 W, 111-86, 2/3/62

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L, 76-80, 2/15/63 L, 83-94, 1/11/64 W. 100-92, 2/19/65 W, 100-82, 1/14/66 W, 106-90, 2/17/67 L, 74-84, 2/3/68 L, 83-93, 2/25/69 L, 87-101, 1/3/70 W, 85-81, 12/2/72 W, 66-60, 11/30/74 L, 66-70, 2/20/76 W, 71-78, 2/5/77 (forfeit) W, 93-76, 2/18/78 L, 58-63, 2/1/79 W, 86-71, 1/31/80 L, 56-57, 1/31/81 W, 63-62, 2/25/82 W, 73-55, 2/4/83 W, 52-47, 3/1/84 L, 59-62, 2/1/85 L, 55-69, 2/25/86 W, 71-64, 1/9/87 W, 73-61, 1/15/88 W, 70-62, 2/7/89 L, 48-57, 2/2/90 L, 74-76, 2/16/91 CAL STATE STANISLAUS > 5-0 W, 108-100, 12/28/68 W, 92-84, 12/5/73 W, 96-73, 12/22/79 W, 70-59, 11/20/81 W, 94-91, 11/19/82 CANISIUS COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 69-64, 1/2/91 CHAMINADE > 1-0 L, 77-79, 12/30/82 CHAPMAN > 14-3 W, 65-64, 2/24/62 W, 112-85, 1/12/65 W, 82-75, 1/31/67 W, 104-84, 11/30/68 W, 89-84, 2/7/76 W, 79-68, 2/17/79 W, 55-50, 1/12/80 W, 66-64, 2/19/81 W, 82-57, 1/9/82 W, 77-73, 2/25/83 L, 54-70, 1/14/84 W, 57-53, 2/22/85 W, 69-45, 2/8/86 W, 66-58, 1/23/87 W, 74-61, 2/25/88 L, 74-79, 1/26/89 L, 60-66, 2/10/90 CHICAGO STATE > 2-0 W, 64-56, 12/29/78 W, 96-85, 11/10/07 CHICO STATE > 1-0 W, 87-75, 11/28/75 CLAREMONTMUDD > 1-0 L, 53-56, 12/7/62 COLORADOCOLORADO SPRINGS > 2-0 W, 59-37, 1/8/90

W, 73-54, 1/6/96 CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE > 0-1 L, 88-90, 12/27/68 DENVER > 1-0 W, 80-53, 12/9/08 DOMINICAN UNIVERSITIY > 1-0 W, 101-47, 11/20/01 DRAKE > 0-1 L, 80-90, 2/10/10 DREXEL > 0-1 L, 63-75, 12/18/09 DRURY COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 74-53, 1/2/85 EASTERN WASHINGTON > 4-4 W, 78-72, 12/28/91 W, 77-66, 1/4/97 L, 80-87, 2/12/98 L, 79-85, 1/9/99 L, 68-70, 2/24/00 L, 75-88, 1/20/01 W, 73-58, 3/10/01 W, 102-98, 12/3/06 EVANGEL COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 72-58, 1/5/87 EVANSVILLE > 1-0 W, 101-90, 12/14/66 FAIRFIELD > 0-1 65-66, 12/30/05 FT. LEWIS COLLEGE > 2-0 W, 77-58, 12/29/87 W, 83-81, 1/7/92 FRESNO PACIFIC > 1-0 W, 68-57, 12/23/78 FRESNO STATE > 2-10 L, 74-85, 1/30/62 L, 61-89, 2/8/63 L, 75-84, 1/4/64 W, 77-69, 2/13/65 L, 66-91, 1/7/66 L, 78-83, 2/11/67 L, 83-104, 1/5/68 W, 100-97 (ot), 2/8/69 L, 109-110 (2ot), 2/2/70 L, 85-105, 1/11/71 L, 78-86, 1/22/72 L, 64-67, 12/29/73 GONZAGA > 1-0 W, 77-73, 12/18/65 GRAND CANYON > 2-2 W, 68-67 (ot), 12/8/84 W, 95-84, 2/15/94 L, 82-88, 1/30/95 L, 67-78, 1/9/96

HASTINGS COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 74-63, 11/30/85 HOPE INTERNATIONAL > 1-0 W, 117-55, 12/1/05 HOWARD > 2-0 W, 90-73, 11/19/00 W, 101-80, 12/1/02 IDAHO > 3-2 W, 63-46, 2/28/02 L, 66-73 (ot), 1/4/03 L, 56-60, 2/14/04 W, 67-63, 1/13/05 W, 95-93, 12/3/09 IDAHO STATE > 6-1 W, 72-69, 12/21/70 W, 92-80, 2/20/91 L, 67-73, 3/1/97 W, 101-77, 1/22/98 W, 79-77, 1/4/99 W, 79-77, 2/3/00 W, 90-73, 1/31/01 ILLINOIS BENEDICTINE > 1-0 W, 59-57, 12/31/84 ILLINOIS - CHICAGO CIRCLE> 1-0 W, 59-58, 12/10/80 ILLINOIS STATE > 1-0 W, 73-69, 12/17/05 IOWA STATE > 1-0 W, 87-72, 12/8/67 JAMES MADISON > 1-0 W, 77-64, 12/22/98 JOHN BROWN > 2-0 W, 91-63, 12/20/72 W, 92-63, 12/23/75 LAFAYETTE > 1-0 W, 99-76, 12/30/03 LEWIS-CLARK STATE > 1-0 W, 88-51, 12/29/98 LONG BEACH STATE > 12-7 L, 70-81, 1/26/63 W, 85-84, 2/21/64 W, 92-86, 1/30/65 L, 87-95, 2/25/66 W, 93-80, 1/28/67 W, 88-84, 2/24/68 L, 73-87, 1/25/69 L, 65-78, 12/9/69 W, 81-78 (ot), 2/26/93 W, 64-58, 12/6/94 L, 60-73, 2/16/02 W, 85-77, 1/22/03 W, 79-57, 1/10/04 W, 68-66, 2/3/05 L, 80-101, 2/2/06 W, 90-83, 1/13/07 W, 100-61, 1/26/08 W, 95-74, 2/28/09 L, 68-69, 1/28/10)


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THE MASTER’S COLLEGE > 8-0 W, 95-52, 12/22/72 W, 105-66, 1/24/75 W, 104-64, 2/4/78 W, 95-58, 12/15/79 W, 105-60, 12/12/81 W, 77-52, 12/5/85 W, 85-55, 12/10/87 W, 73-66, 12/14/06 MENLO COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 88-64, 11/21/03 MILLERSVILLE > 0-1 L, 80-81, 1/6/89 MONTANA > 4-3 L, 48-67, 12/7/91 L, 75-78, 2/6/97 W, 84-72, 1/11/98 L, 68-74, 2/11/99 W, 79-67, 1/22/00 W, 92-68, 2/22/01 W, 72-63, 12/3/03 MONTANA STATE > 4-2 W, 81-77, 1/14/92 L, 79-83, 2/8/97 L, 77-86, 1/8/98 W, 83-62, 2/13/99 W, 73-63, 1/20/00 W, 85-65, 2/24/01 MOORHEAD STATE > 1-0 W, 79-69, 12/20/74 MT. MARTY COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 75-46, 1/3/84 NEVADA-RENO > 1-1 W, 86-63, 12/9/66 L, 75-85, 11/17/01 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS > 3-0 W, 72-66, 2/22/92 W, 89-84, 2/10/94 W, 74-73, 12/16/95 NORTHERN ARIZONA > 6-3 W, 78-56, 1/13/73 W, 109-90, 12/1/90 L, 71-74, 11/29/91 W, 87-86, 1/9/93 L, 65-74, 2/1/97 L, 61-64, 2/25/98

W, 76-74, 2/6/99 W, 69-66, 1/6/00 W, 78-72, 2/17/01 NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE > 2-0 W, 94-84, 12/19/69 W, 100-70, 12/4/71 OCCIDENTAL > 6-1 W, 91-59, 12/1/72 W, 81-65, 12/13/74 L, 64-70, 12/28/76 W, 71-54, 12/22/78 W, 68-48, 1/7/83 W, 81-44, 12/6/84 W, 83-61, 12/14/85 OHIO > 0-1 L, 73-80, 12/12/96 OLIVET COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 94-82, 12/28/73 OLIVET NAZARENE > 1-0 W, 88-61, 12/30/76 ORAL ROBERTS > 1-1 L, 59-77, 2/10/96 W, 72-59, 12/6/99 PACIFIC > 4-5 W, 70-59, 1/5/02 W, 75-67, 2/8/03 L, 78-86, 1/31/04 L, 62-66, 1/27/05 L, 66-70, 2/25/06 W, 76-73, 2/24/07 W, 78-61, 1/12/08 L, 78-84 (ot), 1/2/09 L, 47-66, 3/6/10 PEPPERDINE > 4-2 L, 59-69, 11/30/62 W, 85-73, 12/13/68 L, 81-90, 12/5/95 W, 81-66, 11/29/97 W, 95-92, 11/18/06 W, 99-64, 12/18/08 PORTLAND STATE > 5-1 W, 78-62, 1/2/97 W, 81-63, 2/14/98 L, 90-93 (ot), 1/7/99 W, 79-78, 2/26/00 W, 103-83, 1/18/01 W, 79-63, 12/22/03 PUGET SOUND > 1-0 W, 87-72, 2/4/72 PURDUE [CALUMET] > 1-0 W, 88-66, 1/4/74 QUINCY > 1-0 W, 90-79, 1/7/93 REDLANDS > 1-0 W, 159-97, 11/15/06

RIDER > 0-1 L, 72-73, 2/23/08 SACRAMENTO STATE > 15-1 W, 73-62, 12/7/78 W, 86-52, 12/3/81 W, 86-71, 11/29/84 L, 56-58, 11/25/86 W, 100-98 (ot), 12/28/88 W, 92-83, 1/26/91 W, 82-73, 1/31/92 W, 80-73, 2/6/93 W, 90-54, 2/19/94 W, 85-68, 2/2/95 W, 71-62, 2/1/96 W, 99-64, 1/15/97 W, 117-65, 2/21/98 W, 84-68, 1/20/99 W, 81-57, 3/4/00 W, 100-73, 1/31/01 ST. FRANCIS [NY] > 1-0 W, 88-79, 12/28/99 ST. MARY’S [CALIF.] > 1-3 W, 84-80, 1/31/64 L, 61-69, 2/23/93 L, 72-79, 2/6/95 L, 54-56, 12/16/96 ST. THOMAS [MINN.] > 0-1 L, 98-100, 11/25/89 SAN DIEGO [USD] > 6-7 L, 89-97, 1/21/64 L, 74-76, 2/5/66 W, 93-80, 12/4/70 W, 85-81, 2/25/72 W, 85-68, 12/6/75 L, 64-65, 12/2/76 W, 81-56, 12/23/77 L, 67-70, 3/4/78 W, 83-73, 12/14/90 L, 66-75, 12/8/93 L, 56-72, 1/24/96 W, 73-65, 11/28/98 L, 66-82, 1/2/02 SAN DIEGO STATE > 3-6 L, 59-65, 1/25/63 L, 72-82, 2/22/64 W, 68-59, 1/29/65 L, 78-94, 2/26/66 L, 68-76, 1/27/67 L, 69-94, 2/23/68 W, 77-71, 2/6/70 L, 85-90 (ot), 12/21/93 W, 73-68, 12/9/94 SAN FRANCISCO [USF] > 1-0 W, 84-60, 12/11/87 SAN FRANCISCO STATE > 4-0 W, 76-49, 11/21/80 W, 74-53, 12/9/83 W, 76-58, 12/13/85 W, 95-77, 12/8/89

SAN JOSE STATE > 2-0 W, 71-53, 12/30/99 W, 92-67, 12/14/02 SEATTLE > 2-0 W, 88-75, 1/7/95 W, 98-90, 1/11/10 SIOUX FALLS COLLEGE > 1-0 W, 82-67, 1/3/75 SONOMA STATE > 2-0 W, 63-54, 12/3/83 W, 106-80, 12/8/88 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE > 1-0 W, 72-61, 1/21/07 SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE > 1-0 W, 92-62, 1/9/92 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS > 1-0 W, 92-62, 12/30/95 SOUTHERN UTAH > 3-5 W, 110-78, 12/18/64 L, 98-115, 3/1/91 L, 76-90, 1/18/92 W, 65-63, 2/13/93 L, 61-68, 2/24/94 L, 72-75, 2/25/95 W, 96-75, 2/14/96 L, 54-57, 3/1/96 SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE > 1-0 W, 83-78, 12/7/79 TAYLOR [INDIANA] > 1-0 W, 67-48, 12/31/80 TENNESSEEMARTIN > 1-0 W, 47-46, 12/21/77 TEXAS A&M KINGSVILLE > 2-0 W, 73-61, 12/12/77 W, 59-53, 1/5/85 TEXAS WESLEYAN > 1-0 W, 92-62, 1/12/93 TULSA > 1-0 W, 77-71, 11/22/05 UC DAVIS > 10-1 W, 79-73, 3/2/78 W, 69-63, 12/21/79 W, 72-59, 12/29/82 L, 55-69, 11/22/86 W, 103-55, 11/25/88 W, 99-72, 2/28/05 W, 70-60, 1/19/06 W, 91-74, 2/14/07 W, 82-47, 1/10/08

W, 84-81, 1/5/09 W, 70-66, 3/4/10

L, 57-67, 1/25/07 L, 66-77, 3/6/08 W, 62-57, 2/25/09 W, 76-69, 1/30/10

UC IRVINE > 11-9 W, 89-81, 12/23/66 L, 80-86, 1/30/68 L, 75-86, 2/28/70 W, 93-78, 1/16/71 W, 64-63, 2/17/73 L, 74-77, 2/8/74 L, 76-82, 2/8/75 W, 84-68, 2/10/76 W, 84-66, 2/15/77 L, 82-93, 12/11/93 W, 77-53, 12/21/96 L, 80-82, 2/14/02 W, 69-63, 1/25/03 L, 56-72, 1/8/04 W, 79-60, 2/5/05 L, 57-74, 2/4/06 W, 67-61, 1/11/07 W, 69-64, 1/31/08 W, 74-55, 1/24/09 L, 62-65, 1/7/10

UC SANTA CRUZ > 1-0 W, 116-42, 11/22/80 UNLV > 0-1 L, 79-91, 1/12/95 USIU > 2-0 W, 86-54, 12/16/78 W, 123-91, 1/28/91 UTAH STATE > 3-2 W, 62-54, 3/2/02 L, 44-59, 1/2/03 L, 47-69, 2/12/04 W, 63-62, 3/12/04 W, 70-67, 1/15/05 UTAH VALLEY > 1-0 W, 76-64, 12/05/07 VANGUARD > 5-0 W, 74-60, 11/29/74 W, 77-68, 1/29/76 W, 92-50, 11/30/98 W, 96-51, 12/27/00 W, 94-49, 12/20/07

UC RIVERSIDE > 19-12 W, 89-82, 1/10/70 W, 74-62, 2/13/71 L, 80-83, 1/7/72 L, 57-66, 1/26/73 L, 77-89, 2/22/74 L, 62-63, 1/17/75 W, 82-74, 2/6/76 W, 86-85, 2/13/76 L, 53-56, 2/11/77 W, 91-74, 1/20/78 W, 66-64, 2/9/79 L, 73-80, 1/24/80 W, 63-55, 2/7/81 W, 72-49, 1/22/82 W, 63-50, 2/12/83 L, 49-50, 1/27/84 W, 78-63, 2/9/85 L, 42-56, 1/24/86 W, 81-75, 2/6/87 L, 55-63, 2/13/88 L, 79-86, 2/4/89 L, 62-86, 1/27/90 W, 84-69, 1/26/02 W, 78-70 (ot), 2/27/03 L, 71-72 (ot), 3/4/04 W, 57-43, 12/30/04 W, 76-62, 1/9/06 W, 89-69, 2/8/07 W, 73-61, 2/16/08 W, 77-64, 2/14/09 W, 64-50, 1/14/10

WEBER STATE > 5-2 L, 59-61, 1/5/91 W, 90-81, 1/16/97 L, 86-92, 2/19/98 W, 78-68, 1/21/99 W, 76-62, 3/1/00 W, 96-86, 2/1/01 W, 91-74, 3/9/01 WESTMONT > 12-2 W, 83-82, 12/3/63 W, 103-90, 12/11/64 L, 117-123, 2/1/66 W, 111-86, 12/16/67 W, 94-82, 12/16/69 W, 72-59, 1/18/72 W, 90-69, 2/6/74 W, 90-71, 12/5/75 W, 82-74, 1/10/78 W, 71-69, 11/26/80 W, 69-63, 12/5/81 L, 44-61, 11/29/83 W, 61-58, 12/7/85 W, 74-63, 12/5/87 WEST TEXAS A&M > 0-1 L, 80-82, 12/9/89

UC SAN DIEGO > 1-0 W, 87-76, 1/5/80

WHITTIER > 1-0 W, 85-75, 12/27/63

UC SANTA BARBARA > 5-11 L, 64-79, 3/1/63 L, 88-97, 1/14/67 L, 63-86, 1/28/69 L, 66-67 (ot), 2/6/71 L, 65-73, 1/20/73 L, 60-61, 1/25/75 W, 75-58, 12/23/96 L, 54-57, 1/10/02 L, 58-67, 2/15/03 W, 80-71, 2/21/04 W, 70-50, 1/2/05 L, 76-82 (ot), 3/4/06

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LOYOLA MARYMOUNT > 6-4 L, 73-101, 12/6/69 W, 92-77, 12/13/71 L, 66-78, 1/16/73 L, 66-78, 12/21/74 L, 45-54, 12/17/76 W, 102-95, 2/18/92 W, 62-53, 1/5/93 W, 81-75, 2/27/96 W, 100-87, 12/6/97 W, 74-71, 12/19/02


H TEAMHISTORY RECORD BOOK >> TEAM NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS > 1977-78 (Div. II) 22-7 1978-79 (Div. II) 20-9 1984-85 (Div. II) 20-10 2000-01 (Div. I) 22-10 2008-09 (Div. I) 17-14 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS > 1970-71 CCAA 1971-72 CCAA 1977-78 CCAA 1978-79 CCAA 1984-85 CCAA 2000-01 Big Sky 2007-08 Big West 2008-09 Big West SECOND PLACE CONF. FINISHES > 1964-65 CCAA 1969-70 CCAA 1976-77 CCAA 1994-95 American West THIRD PLACE CONF. FINISHES > 1966-67 CCAA 1968-69 CCAA 1982-83 CCAA 1995-96 American West 1998-99 Big Sky 2001-02 Big West 2004-05 Big West TOTAL GAMES PLAYED > Overall Home Road Neutral CCAA AWC Big Sky Big West Total Points

1,424 604 713 97 320 12 80 148 105,131

ALL-TIME WON-LOST RECORD > Overall 685-735 Home 397-217 Road 237-476 Neutral 54-43 CCAA 153-167 AWC 6-6 Big Sky 47-33 Big West 76-72 RECORD IN SEASON OPENERS > Overall 26-26 Home 16-4 Away 8-22 Neutral 2-0 RECORD IN HOME OPENERS > Overall 39-13

RECORD IN ROAD OPENERS > Overall 14-38

CONSECUTIVE WINS, CONFERENCE > 1. 2/11/78 to 1/20/79

OLDEST RIVALS > OPPONENT STARTED GAMES 1. Cal Poly SLO 2/5/60 85 2. Cal Poly Pomona 1/20/59 66 3. UC Riverside 1/15/60 63 4. Cal State Fullerton 12/13/60 61 5. Cal State Los Angeles 12/2/59 54 6. Long Beach State 2/27/59 48 7. Chapman 12/1/58 47 8. UC Irvine 12/23/66 44 9. Cal State Bakersfield 1/6/73 42 10. Westmont 12/5/58 38

CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS, CONF. > 1. 1/20/78 to 1/13/79 2/7/81 to 1/23/82

LONGEST WINNING STREAK > DATES GAMES 1. 2/11/78 to 12/9/78 10 2. 12/2/66 to 12/30/66 9 11/20/81 to 12/28/81 4. 1/10/78 to 2/4/78 8 5. 2/6/65 to 2/26/65 7 12/4/67 to 12/27/67 2/17/00 to 3/10/00 8. 12-11-64 to 12-22-64 6 11/25/78 to 12/9/78 12/9/80 to 12/27/80 1/28/83 to 2/18/83 12/30/84 to 1/15/85 12/28/08 to 1/16/08 1/24/09 to 2/14/09 LONGEST LOSING STREAK > DATES GAMES 1. 12/2/61 to 2/1/62 15 2. 2/1/63 to 3/1/63 10 11/22/91 to 12/22/91 4. 12/27/58 to 1/30/59 7 2/6/62 to 2/23/62 12/29/62 to 1/29/63 12/6/09 to 1/7/10 7. 11/30/62 to 12/14/62 6 1/26/68 to 2/10/68 1/18/64 to 2/2/64 11/22/86 to 12/9/86 1/31/91 to 2/16/91 1/9/96 to 1/30/96 11/26/01 to 12/20/01 12/22/02 to 1/16/03 11/18/08 to 12/7/08

7

7

CONSECUTIVE AWAY WINS, CONF. > 1. 1/8/71 to 1/15/72

6

CONSECUTIVE WINS, CONF. SEASON OPENERS > 1. 1986-87 to 1994-95

5

CONSECUTIVE WINS, CONF. HOME OPENERS > 1. 1975-76 to 1979-80

5

CONSECUTIVE WINS, START OF SEASON > 1. 12/2/66 to 12/30/66; 11/20/81 to 12/28/81 CONSECUTIVE WINS, START OF CONFERENCE > 1. 1977-78

9-0

5

GREATEST MARGIN OF VICTORY > SCORE/OPPONENT/DATE PTS 1. 116-42 vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/22/80 74 2. 117-51 vs Bethany College, 12/7/02 66 3. 117-55 vs Hope International, 12/1/05 62 3. 159-97 vs Redlands, 11/15/06 62 5. 101-47 vs Dominican, 11/20/01 54 6. 117-65 vs Sacramento State, 2/21/98 52 7. 103-55 vs UC Davis, 11/25/88 48 8. 92-46 at L.A. Baptist, 11/30/78 46 9. 107-62 vs College of Idaho, 12/20/67 45 9. 105-60 vs L.A. Baptist, 12/12/81 45 9. 94-49 vs Vanguard, 12/20/07 45 GREATEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT > SCORE/OPPONENT/DATE PTS 1. 45-110 at Chapman, 12/1/58 65

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

54-116 at Cincinnati, 12/19/94 62-120 at New Mexico State, 11/26/90 109-59 at Fresno State, 2/23/62 59-106 at Washington State, 1/25/95 53-99 vs Long Beach State, 1/2/62 46-91 at Kansas State, 11/30/87 58-102 at San Diego State, 2/24/67 60-103 at Long Beach State, 12/23/71 51-93 at Cal Poly Pomona, 2/7/61

62 58 50 47 46 45 44 43 42

ROAD GAME VICTORIES > SCORE/OPPONENT/DATE PTS 1. 98-50 at CS Dominguez Hills, 11/26/76 48 2. 92-46 at L.A. Baptist, 11/30/78 46 3. 103-63 at Bethany College, 12/1/88 40 4. 109-70 at Westmont, 2/6/65 39 4. 99-60 at L.A. Baptist, 1/12/74 39 4. 118-79 at Bethany College, 12/6/88 39 7. 78-41 at UC Riverside, 1/15/60 37 8. 83-47 at L.A. Baptist, 12/30/83 36 9. 93-58 at Cal Lutheran, 12/15/78 35 10. 99-65 at Sacramento State, 2/27/99 34 NEUTRAL GAME VICTORIES > SCORE/OPPONENT/DATE PTS 1. 112-72 vs Alaska at Chico State Tournament, 12/27/71 50 2. 93-55 vs UC Riverside at Cal Poly Pomona Invitational, 2/25/61 38 3. 81-45 vs Claremont-Mudd at Redlands Tournament, 12/3/60 36 4. 98-66 vs Redlands at Kris Kringle Klassic, 12/20/65 32 5. 92-62 vs UC Riverside at Cal Poly Pomona Invitational, 2/27/60 30 5. 95-65 vs LaVerne at Cal Poly Pomona Invitational, 2/27/61 30 7. 87-61 vs San Diego at Cal Western Tournament, 12/22/60 26 7. 69-43 vs North Carolina Central at Drake Tournament, 12/1/07 26 9. 101-77 vs Long Beach State at Kris Kringle Klassic, 12/21/65 24 10. 112-72 vs Alaska at Chico State Tournament, 12/27/71 20 11. 83-65 vs San Diego at UC Irvine Invitational, 12/29/67 18 11. 86-68 vs Southern Utah at Westmont Tournament, 11/30/79 18

CONSECUTIVE WINS AT HOME > 1. 1/2/78 to 1/13/79 16 CONSECUTIVE WINS AWAY > 1. 2/11/78 to 12/4/78

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CONSECUTIVE WINS, SEASON OPENERS > 1. 1974-75 to 1983-84 10 CONSECUTIVE WINS, HOME OPENERS > 1. 1963-64 to 1968-69; 6 1970-71 to 1975-76; 1995-96 to 2000-01

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TEAM SCORING > YEAR 1. 2000-01 2. 1998-99 3. 1960-61 4. 1997-98 5. 1964-65 6. 2006-07 6. 2007-08 8. 1999-00 9. 1967-68 10. 2008-09 TEAM SCORING AVERAGE > YEAR 1. 1964-65 2. 1967-68 3. 1965-66 4. 1968-69 5. 1966-67 6. 1969-70 7. 1997-98 8. 2000-01 9. 1998-99 10.1988-89 TEAM SCORING MARGIN > YEAR G 1. 1981-82 24 2. 1977-78 29 3. 1988-89 27 4. 2000-01 32 5. 2007-08 30 6. 1964-65 26 7. 1978-79 29 8. 1998-99 29 9. 2004-05 31 10. 1973-74 25

G 26 26 25 25 26 25 28 32 29 27

AVG 71.0 74.1 81.4 82.8 78.0 90.0 69.5 82.0 71.9 78.8

G 32 29 34 28 26 31 30 30 26 31

PTS 2,650 2,378 2,372 2,356 2,341 2,340 2,340 2,329 2,325 2,282

PTS 2,341 2,325 2,165 2,147 2,218 2,129 2,356 2,650 2,378 2,199

AVG 90.0 89.4 86.6 85.9 85.3 85.1 84.1 82.8 82.0 81.4

OPP MAR 61.7 +9.3 65.8 +8.3 73.3 +8.1 75.3 +7.5 71.1 +6.9 84.1 +5.9 63.9 +5.6 77.1 +4.9 67.3 +4.6 74.4 +4.4

TEAM SCORING [100 POINT GAMES] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Redlands, 11/15/06 2. vs USIU, 1/28/91 3. vs Bethany College, 12/6/88 4. vs Bethany College, 12/7/02 vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/29/64 vs Sacramento State, 2/21/98 vs Westmont, 2/1/66 vs Hope International, 12/1/05 9. at Cal Poly (5ot), 2/12/72 at Cal State Los Angeles, 3/1/68 vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/22/80 12. vs CS Dominguez Hills, 12/29/97 13. vs Cal Poly, 2/7/69 vs Cal Poly Pomona (ot) (n), 12/28/70 15. vs Chapman, 1/12/65 vs Alaska (n), 12/27/71 vs Cal State Northridge, 2/13/10 18. vs Cal State Los Angeles, 2/3/62 vs Westmont, 12/16/67 20. vs Southern Utah, 12/18/64 21. vs Westmont, 2/6/65

PTS 159 123 118 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 115 113 113 112 112 112 111 111 110 109

vs Fresno State (2ot), 2/2/69 vs Northern Arizona, 12/1/90 at Northeastern Illinois, 1/14/91 25. at UC Santa Barbara, 12/18/67 vs Cal State Stanislaus, 12/28/68 27. vs Cal Poly, 2/12/65 vs Cal State Los Angeles, 2/17/67 vs Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 12/21/85 vs Sonoma State, 12/8/88 31. at Chapman, 1/20/68 vs L.A. Baptist (Masters), 1/24/75 vs L.A. Baptist (Masters), 12/12/81 34. vs Cal Poly, 1/8/66 vs Cal State Los Angeles (n), 12/28/67 vs Chapman, 11/30/68 vs L.A. Baptist (Masters), 2/4/78 vs Cal Poly, 2/18/95 vs Eastern Washington (ot) (n), 3/5/98 40. vs Westmont, 12/11/64 at Cal Poly, 1/8/65 vs Cal State Fullerton, 1/4/66 at Long Beach State, 1/26/68 vs UC Davis, 11/25/88 at Bethany College, 12/1/88 vs Portland State, 1/18/01 47. at Long Beach State, 1/28/66 vs Cal State Fullerton (n), 12/29/66 vs Loyola Marymount, 2/18/92 vs Eastern Washington, 12/3/06 51. vs Long Beach State, 12/21/65 vs Evansville, 12/14/66 at Cal State Los Angeles, 1/31/69 at Cal Poly Pomona, 1/14/72 vs Idaho State, 1/22/98 at Idaho State, 2/28/98 vs Idaho State, 1/8/00 vs Howard, 12/1/02 59. vs CS Los Angeles, 2/19/65 vs CS Los Angeles, 1/14/66 vs Alma College, 12/16/68 at Cal Poly, 1/4/69 vs Fresno State, 2/8/69 vs Cal Poly, 2/20/70 at Cal Poly Pomona, 1/8/71 vs NW Missouri State, 12/4/71 vs Sacramento St (ot), 12/28/88 vs Loyola Marymount, 12/6/98 vs Sacramento State, 1/31/01 vs Long Beach State, 1/26/08 FEWEST POINTS PER GAME > SEASON 1. 1958-59 2. 1983-84 3. 1985-86 4. 1986-87 5. 1980-81 6. 1962-63 7. 1961-62 8. 1984-85 9. 1982-83 10. 1972-73

109 109 109 108 108 106 106 106 106 105 105 105 104 104 104 104 104 104 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 102 102 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

PPG 58.8 59.3 61.6 64.6 65.1 65.3 65.4 65.8 67.0 67.1

FEWEST POINTS SCORED > SEASON 1. 1983-84 2. 1983-84 1985-86 4. 1961-62 5. 1981-82 6. 1982-83 7. 1986-88 8. 1962-63 9. 1980-81 10. 1972-73

PTS 940 1602 1602 1700 1705 1743 1744 1754 1758 1824

FEWEST POINTS SCORED [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Cal Poly, 2/18/84 2. vs Cal Poly, 1/21/83 3. vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1/21/76 4. at Cal Poly 2/19/83 vs Biola, 12/14/84 at UC Davis, 12/27/85 7. vs UC Riverside, 1/24/86 8. at Long Beach State, 2/27/59 at Southwest Missouri State, 12/3/93 at Alabama-Birmingham, 2/27/93 at Pacific (1/2/10 FEWEST POINTS SCORED [HALF] > 1. at Alabama-Birmingham, 2/27/94 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED > SEASON 1. 1981-82 2. 1983-84 3. 1985-86 4. 1982-83 5. 1980-81 6. 1972-73 1986-87 1987-88 9. 1974-75 10. 1978-79

PTS 32 38 40 41 41 41 42 43 43 43 43

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PTS 1,480 1,550 1,656 1,660 1,662 1,779 1,779 1,779 1,835 1,852

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RECORD BOOK >> POINTS


H TEAMHISTORY RECORD BOOK >> POINTS FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1/21/77 2. vs Cal Poly, 1/21/83 3. at UC Riverside, 1/15/60 4. vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/22/80 at Cal Poly, 2/19/83 6. at Cal Western, 12/18/59 at Cal Poly, 2/16/85 vs Biola, 12/14/84 vs North Carolina Central, 12/1/07 9. vs Cal Poly, 1/27/78 at Cal Poly Pomona, 1/27/78 at Occidental, 11/19/83 vs Occidental, 12/6/84 MOST POINTS ALLOWED > SEASON 1. 1960-61 2. 1990-91 3. 2000-01 2009-10 5. 2006-07 6. 1967-68 1994-95 8. 1997-98 9. 1998-99 10. 1963-64

PTS 38 39 41 42 42 43 43 43 43 44 44 44 44

PTS 2,524 2,470 2,409 2,409 2,353 2,284 2,284 2,242 2,235 2,230

MOST POINTS ALLOWED [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. Cal State Los Angeles, 3/1/68 2. at Cal Poly (5ot), 2/12/72 3. vs Westmont, 2/1/66 3. vs Cal State Los Angeles (n), 12/28/67 5. at New Mexico State, 11/26/90 6. vs Cal Poly Pomona (ot) (n), 12/28/70 6. at Cincinnati, 12/19/94 8. vs Southern Utah, 3/1/91 9. at Long Beach State, 1/26/68 9. at #12 UCLA, 12/19/98 (n) neutral court game HIGHEST COMBINED SCORED > GAME/DATE 1. Cal State Northridge (159) vs Redlands (97), 11/15/06 2. Cal State Northridge (116) at Cal State Los Angeles, 3/1/68 3. Cal State Northridge (117) vs Westmont (123), 2/1/66 3. Cal State Northridge (116) at Cal Poly (124, 5ot), 2/12/72 5. Cal State Northridge (113) vs Cal Poly Pomona (116, ot), 12/28/70 6. Cal State Northridge (104) vs Cal State Los Angeles (123), 12/28/67 7. Cal State Northridge (112) vs CSF (113, 3ot), 2/13/10 8. Cal State Northridge (109) vs Fresno State (110, 2ot), 2/2/70 9. Cal State Northridge (103) at Long Beach State (114), 1/26/68 Cal State Northridge (113) vs Cal Poly (104), 2/7/69

PTS 127 124 123 123 120 116 116 115 114 114

PTS 256 243 240 240 229 227 225 219 217 217

THE 40 POINT CLUB > 47 Ollie Carter vs Westmont, 2/1/66 40 Mark Cooley at Cal State Fullerton, 2/18/67

THE 30 POINT CLUB > 39 Mike O’Quinn vs Eastern Washington, 3/5/98 Mike Efevberha vs Cal State Fullerton, 1/7/06 Kenny Daniels vs Idaho, 12/3/09 38 Andre Chevalier vs San Diego State, 3/3/94 37 Bill Archer at Cal State Long Beach, 1/28/66 Loren Bracci at Long Beach State, 2/22/69 George Robnett vs Cal State Los Angeles, 12/2/72 36 Ollie Carter vs Cal State Long Beach (n), 12/21/65 Mike Efevberha vs Tulsa, 11/22/05 Mark Cooley vs Cal Poly SLO, 2/10/67 34 Paul Drecksel vs Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 12/21/85 Brian Heinle at Weber State, 1/29/00 33 Chuck Malouf vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/29/64 Mike Efevberha vs Hope International, 12/1/05 32 George Robnett vs Cal State Fullerton, 3/1/74 Brian Heinle at UNLV, 11/25/00 Ian Boylan vs Pacific, 3/11/05 31 George Robnett vs Purdue (Calumet), 1/4/74 George Robnett at L.A. Baptist, 1/12/74 George Robnett at UC Santa Barbara, 1/26/74 Gerald Rhoden vs Weber State, 1/16/97 Markus Carr vs UC Irvine, 1/19/02 Ian Boylan vs Cal State Fullerton, 3/10/04 Deon Tresvant at UC Santa Barbara, 1/5/08 30 Jim Malkin vs San Diego, 12/22/60 Paul Edmondson vs Cal Poly Pomona, 11/30/63 Mark Cooley vs Evansville, 12/14/66 Willy Sonsma vs Cal State Los Angeles, 1/31/80 Kyle Kerlegan at Colorado, 11/23/90 Chris Yard vs Buffalo, 1/4/94 { JIM MALKIN, 1959-62 }

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Trenton Cross vs Eastern Washington, 2/13/97 Jabari Simmons vs Eastern Washington, 2/12/98 Markus Carr vs Nevada, 11/17/01 John Burrell at Idaho State, 2/8/01 Calvin Chitwood vs Eastern Washington, 12/3/06 CAREER > PLAYER 1. Brian Heinle 2. Ian Boylan 3. Jonathan Heard 4. Andre Chevalier 5. Jim Malkin 6. Jeff Parris 7. Cliff Higgins 8. Jerry Joseph 9. Markus Carr 10. Calvin Chitwood 11. George Robnett 12. Pat Bolden 13. Mark Cooley 14. Todd Bowser 15. Ollie Carter

YEARS G FG-FT 1997-01 119 590-312 2001-05 117 604-376 2004-08 120 500-325 1990-94 108 417-396 1959-62 74 480-332 1997-01 117 440-358 1981-84 76 491-239 1967-70 76 474-243 1998-02 119 397-274 2004-08 108 442-222 1970-74 76 497-165 1984-88 102 350-329 1964-67 73 394-266 1986-89, ‘90-91 356-328 1964-66 46 337-329

TOTAL 1641 1610 1362 1311 1292 1261 1221 1191 1173 1170 1159 1081 1054 1041 1003

SEASON > PLAYER 1. Brian Heinle 2. George Robnett 3. Loren Bracci 4. Jim Malkin 5. Ollie Carter 6. Cliff Higgins 7. Emerson Carr 7. Jerry Joseph 9. Mark Cooley 10. Kenny Daniels

YEAR 2000-01 1973-74 1968-69 1959-60 1964-65 1983-84 1969-70 1969-70 1966-67 2009-10

TOTAL 646 623 577 571 550 519 518 503 512 498

G 32 25 25 29 26 27 23 25 26 32

FG-FT 229-136 267-89 224-129 213-145 184-182 197-125 205-108 201-101 184-144 163-144

CAREER POINTS PER GAME > PLAYER (MIN 2 YEARS) YEARS G 1. Ollie Carter 1964-66 46 2. Emerson Carr 1969-71 49 3. Loren Bracci 1967-69 49 4. Jim Malkin 1959-62 74 5. Derrick Gathers 1988-90 53 6. Mike O’Quinn 1997-98 27 7. Cliff Higgins 1981-84 76 8. Bob Burge 1970-72 48 9. Jerry Joseph 1967-70 76 10. Paul McCracken 1970-72 51

FG-FT 337-329 386-215 379-219 480-332 339-114 156-102 491-239 310-137 474-243 317-164

PTS 1003 987 977 1292 913 452 1221 757 1191 798

AVG 21.8 20.1 19.9 17.5 17.2 16.7 16.1 15.8 15.7 15.6

SEASON POINTS PER GAME > PLAYER YEAR G 1. George Robnett 1973-74 25 2. Loren Bracci 1968-69 25 3. Ollie Carter 1965-66 20 4. Emerson Carr 1969-70 23 5. Ollie Carter 1964-65 26 6. Brian Heinle 2000-01 32 7. Jerry Joseph 1969-70 25 8. Jim Malkin 1959-60 29 8. Mark Cooley 1966-67 26 10. Cliff Higgins 1983-84 27

FG-FT 267-89 224-129 153-147 205-108 184-182 229-136 201-101 213-145 184-144 197-125

PTS 623 577 453 518 550 646 503 571 512 519

AVG 24.9 23.1 22.7 22.5 21.1 20.2 20.1 19.7 19.7 19.2


H RECORD BOOK :: POINTS // FIELD GOALS

RECORD BOOK >> FIELD GOALS TEAM FIELD GOALS > YEAR 1. 1964-65 2. 1967-68 3. 2000-01 4. 1970-71 5. 1977-78 6. 1999-00 7. 1998-99 8. 2007-08 9. 1965-66 10. 2006-07

G 26 26 32 26 29 30 29 30 25 31

FG 915 912 910 882 876 858 856 853 834 831

TEAM FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > YEAR 1. 1967-68 2. 1970-71 3. 1964-65 4. 1963-64 5. 1990-91 6. 1968-69 7. 2006-67 8. 2007-08 9. 2000-01 10. 1998-99

G 26 26 26 26 28 25 31 30 32 29

FGA 2,056 2,053 2,040 1,968 1,920 1,873 1,852 1,844 1,842 1,828

TEAM FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > YEAR G FG-FGA 1. 1984-85 30 729-1382 2. 1977-78 29 876-1680

PCT .528 .521

3. 1979-80 3. 1982-83 5. 1981-82 6. 2000-01 7. 1976-77 8. 1978-79 8. 1983-84 10. 1999-00 10. 1975-76

26 26 24 32 27 29 27 30 26

801-1580 674-1332 666-1338 910-1842 773-1595 812-1683 626-1298 858-1812 784-1652

.506 .506 .498 .494 .484 .482 .482 .474 .474

FIELD GOALS MADE [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Redlands, 11/15/06 2. vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/22/80 3. vs Southern Utah, 12/18/64 3. vs L.A. Baptist, 1/24/75 5. vs Bethany College, 12/7/02 6. vs Westmont, 2/1/66 6. vs Alaska (n), 12/27/71 8. vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/29/94 9. vs Chapman, 11/30/68 9. vs Cal Poly Pomona, 12/28/70 9. vs L.A. Baptist, 12/22/72 9. at Cal State Domginuez Hills, 11/26/76 9. vs USIU, 1/28/91 (n) neutral court game

FG 62 52 50 50 49 48 48 47 45 45 45 45 45

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/22/80 2. at Cal Poly, 2/12/72 3. vs L.A. Baptist, 1/24/75 4. vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1970-71 5. vs Portland, 1964-65 6. vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1/9/70 6. vs Bethany College, 12/7/02 8. vs Fresno State, 2/2/70 8. vs Cal Poly Pomona, 12/28/70 10. vs Chapman (n), 12/29/70 10. vs Fresno State, 1/11/71 (n) neutral court game

FGA 118 106 101 100 99 97 97 96 96 95 95

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE PCT 1. vs Redlands, 11/15/06 .713 (62-87) 2. vs Sacramento State, 2/21/98 .708 (17-24) 3. at Cal State Dominguez Hills, 1/17/86 .700 (28-40) 4. vs UC Davis, 2/28/05 .673 (33-52) 5. at Idaho State, 1/8/00 .667 (32-48) 6. at UC Davis, 1/29/05 .655 (36-55) 7. at Cal Poly, 2/19/83 .640 (16-25) 8. vs Sacramento State, 2/27/99 .635 (40-63) 9. at UC Riverside, 1/28/83 .629 (34-54) 10. at Cal Ploly, 2/25/77 .627 (32-51) { DAVIN WHITE, 2003-05 } 10. vs Lafayette, 12/30/03 .627 (37-59)

{ LOREN BRACCI, 1967-69 } FIELD GOALS [GAME] > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE 1. Ollie Carter vs Westmont, 2/1/66 2. Bill Archer at Cal State Long Beach, 1/28/66 3. Loren Bracci at Long Beach State, 2/22/69 3. George Robnett vs Cal State Los Angeles, 12/2/72 5. Bob Burge vs UC Riverside, 1/7/72 5. Pat Fischer vs L.A. Baptist, 1/24/75 7. George Robnett at UC Irvine, 1/22/74 7. George Robnett vs UC Riverside, 2/22/74 7. Cliff Higgins vs Cal Lutheran, 12/16/83 7. Mike Efevberha vs Tulsa, 11/22/05

FG 21 17 16 16 15 15 14 14 14 14

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED [GAME] > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE FGA 1. Ollie Carter vs Westmont, 2/1/66 31 2. Steve Green vs Westmont, 12/3/63 29 2. Bob Burge vs Cal State Fullerton, 1/7/72 29 2. George Robnett vs Cal State Fullerton, 3/1/74 29 5. Jerry Joseph vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1/9/70 28 5. Derrick Gathers vs Sacramento State, 12/28/88 28 7. Emerson Carr vs Cal Poly Pomona, 12/28/70 27 7. Paul McCracken at Cal Poly, 2/12/72 27 9. Emerson Carr at Pepperdine, 1/24/70 26 9. Davin White vs Lafayette, 12/13/04 26

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1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3.

PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE PCT Ed Shaw vs Occidential, 12/1/72 1.000 (10-10) Todd Bowser vs Ft. Lewis, 12/29/87 .909 (10-11) Eric Marquez vs Sacramento State, 12/27/80 .900 (9-10) Ben Balke at UC Riverside, 1/28/83 .900 (9-10) Rafael Meza vs Occidental, 12/6/84 .900 (9-10) Jeff Parris vs Cal Poly, 1/2/00 .900 (9-10) Joey Busch vs Howard, 11/19/00 .900 (9-10) Hewitt Rolle vs Texas-El Paso, 12/22/99 .900 (9-10) Eto. Onyenegecha vs Lafayette, 12/30/03 .900 (9-10) Jonathan Heard vs Redlands, 11/15/06 .900 (9-10)

CAREER FIELD GOALS > PLAYER 1. Brian Heinle 2. Ian Boylan

YEARS 1997-01 2001-05

G 119 118

FG 590 526

3. Jonathan Heard 4. George Robnett 5. Cliff Higgins 6. Jim Malkin 7. Jerry Joseph 8. Calvin Chitwood 9. Jeff Parris 10. Andre Chevalier

2004-08 1970-74 1981-84 1959-62 1967-70 2004-08 1997-01 1990-94

120 76 76 74 76 108 117 108

500 497 491 480 474 442 440 417

SEASON FIELD GOALS > PLAYER 1. George Robnett 2. Brian Heinle 3. Loren Bracci 4. Jim Malkin 5. Emerson Carr 6. Jerry Joseph 7. Cliff Higgins 8. Larry Singleton 9. Cliff Higgins 10. Mark Cooley

YEAR 1973-74 2000-01 1968-69 1959-60 1969-70 1969-70 1983-84 1977-78 1982-83 1966-67

G 25 32 25 29 23 25 27 29 26 26

FG 267 229 224 213 205 201 197 194 189 184

CAREER FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > PLAYER YEARS 1. Brian Heinle 1997-01 2. Ian Boylan 2001-05 3. Jerry Joseph 1967-70 4. Jonathan Heard 2004-08 5. George Robnett 1970-74 6. Andre Chevalier 1990-94 7. Cliff Higgins 1981-84 8. Markus Carr 1998-02 9. Loren Bracci 1967-69 10. Steve Green 1963-66 SEASON FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > PLAYER YEAR 1. Loren Bracci 1968-69 2. George Robnett 1973-74 3. Jerry Joseph 1969-70 4. Brian Heinle 2000-01 5. Emerson Carr 1970-71 6. Derrick Gathers 1989-90 7. Emerson Carr 1969-70 8. Ollie Carter 1964-65 9. Mike Efevberha 2005-06 10. Mark Cooley 1966-67 10. Cliff Higgins 1983-84

G FGA 119 1263 118 1197 76 1110 120 1026 76 990 108 963 76 943 119 908 49 868 70 854

G 25 25 25 32 26 26 23 26 28 26 27

FGA 517 489 459 458 435 419 415 392 391 383 383

CAREER FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > PLAYER YEARS G FGM-FGA 1. Jeff Parris 1997-01 117 440-723 2. Brad Smith 1976-79 52 78-129 3. Rafael Meza 1984-87 27 75-130 4. Chuck Malouf 1961-64 48 160-272 { MARKUS CARR, 1998-02 } 5. Tom Ruetten 1983-85 56 179-306

PCT .609 .605 .600 .588 .585

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{ JEFF PARRIS, 1997-01 } 6. Michael Dorsey 7. Hewitt Rolle 8. Mike Almeido 9. Ben Williams 10. Larry Singleton

1994-95 1998-00 1984-85 1966-68 1976-78

28 59 30 44 56

134-231 155-272 163-287 248-442 330-591

.580 .570 .568 .561 .558

SEASON FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > PLAYER (MIN. 100 FGA) YEAR G FGM-FGA 1. Tom Ruetten 1984-85 30 98-153 2. Jeff Parris 2000-01 31 150-241 3. Rafael Meza 1984-85 27 75-130 4. Larry White 1984-85 30 142-242 5. Calvin Chitwood 2005-06 20 93-159 6. Michael Dorsey 1994-95 28 134-231 7. Jeff Parris 1999-00 30 128-221 Kenny Daniels 2008-09 30 99-171 9. Hewitt Rolle 1999-00 30 116-201 10. Todd Bowser 1987-88 23 111-194 10. Ben Williams 1967-68 18 119-208

PCT .641 .622 .600 .587 .585 .580 .579 .579 .577 .572 .572


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TEAM THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS > YEAR G 1. 1997-98 28 2. 2007-08 30 3. 2000-01 32 4. 2008-09 31 5. 1998-99 29 5. 1990-99 30 7. 1990-91 28 8. 1992-93 27 9. 2002-03 29 10. 1994-95 28

FG 241 226 217 215 202 202 183 182 179 176

TEAM THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > YEAR G FGA 1. 1997-98 28 643 2. 2007-08 30 614 3. 2008-09 31 609 4. 1998-99 29 570 5. 1995-96 27 569 6. 1999-00 30 563 7. 2000-01 32 547 8. 1990-91 28 530 9. 1992-93 27 527 10. 2003-04 30 513 TEAM THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > YEAR G FG-FGA PCT 1. 1986-87 27 99-234 .423 2. 1988-89 27 149-368 .405 3. 2000-01 32 217-547 .397 4. 1997-98 28 241-643 .375 5. 1991-92 28 156-422 .370 6. 1993-94 26 123-333 .369 7. 2007-08 30 226-614 .368 8. 1999-00 30 202-563 .359 9. 1998-99 29 202-570 .354 10. 2008-09 31 215-609 .353 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE FG 1. vs Sacramento State, 2/21/98 17 (17-24) 2. at Colorado, 11/23/90 16 (16-44) 2. vs Cal Poly (3/8/08) 16 (16-26) 4. at Idaho State, 2/28/98 15 (15-28) 5. vs Vanguard, 12/27/00 14 (14-23) 5. at Cal State Fullerton, 12/29/08 14 (14-22) 7. at Arizona State, 12/19/93 13 (13-21) 7. vs Cal State Dominguez Hills, 12/29/97 13 7. at Ohio State, 12/15/97 13 (13-31) 7. vs #12 Kansas (n), 3/16/01 13 (13-30) (n) neutral court game THREE-POINT GOALS [GAME] > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE FG 1. Kyle Kerlegan vs Colorado, 11/23/90 10 2. Mike Efevberha vs Cal State Fullerton, 1/7/06 8 3. Kyle Kerlegan vs Northeastern Illinois, 1/14/91 7 3. Kyle Kerlegan vs USIU, 1/28/91 7 3. Greg Minor at #12 UCLA, 12/19/98 7 3. Deon Tresvant at UC Santa Barbara, 1/5/08 7

THREE-POINT GOALS ATTEMPTED [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE FGA 1. at Colorado, 11/23/90 44 2. vs Stephen F. Austin, 12/9/95 38 3. at Lafayette, 12/13/04 36 4. vs Cal State Dominguez Hills, 12/29/97 35 5. at Montana, 12/6/90 34 5. at Idaho State, 2/8/01 30 5. vs #12 Kansas (n), 3/16/01 30 5. vs Pacific, 1/2/09 30 (n) neutral court game THREE-POINT GOALS ATTEMPTED [GAME] > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE FGA 1. Kyle Kerlegan at Colorado, 11/23/90 21 2. Kyle Kerlegan at Montana, 12/6/90 17 3. Davin White at Lafayette, 12/13/04 16 4. Chuck McGavran vs Wichita State, 11/28/87 15 5. Derrick Gathers vs UC Davis, 2/23/90 14 5. Kyle Kerlegan vs Southern Utah, 3/1/91 14 7. Ryan Martin vs San Diego, 2/28/95 13 7. Kyle Kerlegan vs USIU, 1/28/91 13 9. John Burrell at Idaho State, 2/8/01 12 9. Kyle Kerlegan vs USC, 2/4/91 12 9. Kyle Kerlegan vs California, 3/5/91 12 9. Trenton Cross vs Sacramento State, 2/22/97 12 BEST THREE-POINT GOAL PCT. [GAME] > Min. 6 attempts

1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8. 8.

PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE PCT Paul Drecksel vs Alabama-Huntsville, 12/23/86 (6-7) .857 Ryan Martin vs Loyola Marymount, 12/11/92 (5-6) .833 Ryan Martin vs Montana State, 12/30/92 (5-6) .833 Ian Boylan vs Pacific, 12/1/02 (5-6) .833 Calvin Chitwood vs Cal Poly, 3/8/08 (5-6), .833 Greg Minor vs Portland State, 2/4/98 (6-8) .750 Mike Efevberha vs CS Fullerton, 1/7/06 (8-11) .727 Eric Gray vs California, 1/22/95 (5-7) .714 Carl Holmes vs Ohio State, 12/15/97 (5-7) .714 Andre Larry vs E. Washington, 2/18/99 (5-7) .714 Davin White vs Long Beach State, 1/8/05 (5-7) .714

CAREER THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS > PLAYER YEARS G FGM 1. Ian Boylan 2001-05 118 182 2. Rob Haynes 2005-09 119 163 3. Brian Heinle 1997-01 119 149 4. Carl Holmes 1997-01 117 140 5. Ryan Martin 1991-95 108 137 6. Brooklyn McLinn 1989-90, ’91-94 89 131 7. Derrick Gathers 1988-90 53 121 8. Greg Minor 1997-99 51 120 9. Deon Tresvant 2007-09 42 117 10. Davin White 2003-05 61 113 SEASON THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS > PLAYER YEAR 1. Kyle Kerlegan 1990-91 2. Deon Tresvant 2007-08 3. Derrick Gathers 1988-89 4. Davin White 2004-05 5. Greg Minor 1997-98

G FGM 28 98 30 83 27 68 31 63 25 61

6. 7. 8. 8. 8.

Greg Minor Curtis Slaughter Gerald Rhoden Ian Boylan Mike Efevberha

1998-99 2002-03 1996-97 2002-03 2005-06

26 29 29 29 28

59 58 57 57 57

CAREER THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > PLAYER YEARS G FGA 1. Ian Boylan 2001-05 118 497 2. Ryan Martin 1991-95 108 403 3. Brian Heinle 1997-01 119 395 3. Rob Haynes 2005-09 119 395 5. Brooklyn McLinn 1989-90, ’91-94 89 375 6. Carl Holmes 1997-01 117 364 7. Derrick Gathers 1988-90 53 347 8. Trenton Cross 1994-98 111 326 9. Davin White 2003-05 61 305 10. Eric Gray 1994-96 54 304 SEASON THREE-POINT ATTEMPTS > PLAYER YEAR 1. Kyle Kerlegan 1990-91 2. Deon Tresvant 2007-08 3. Derrick Gathers 1989-90 4. Eric Gray 1995-96 5. Davin White 2004-05 6. Derrick Gathers 1988-89 7. Curtis Slaughter 2002-03 8. Gerald Rhoden 1996-97 9. Mike Efevberha 2005-06 10. Ryan Martin 1994-95

G 28 30 26 26 31 27 29 29 28 28

FGA 262 201 182 176 166 165 164 162 159 152

CAREER THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. > PLAYER YEARS G FGM-FGA 1. Jimmy Daniels 1985-87 53 34-76 2. Pat Bolden 1985-87 102 52-119 3. Darren Matsubara 1988-89 27 31-72 4. Paul Drecksel 1985-87 52 44-104 5. David Swanson 1990-92 37 35-83 6. Greg Minor 1997-99 51 120-289 7. Rob Haynes 2005-09 119 163-395 8. Deon Tresvant 2007-09 42 117-294 9. James Morris 1991-93 52 70-176

PCT .447 .437 .431 .423 .422 .415 .413 .398 .397

SEASON THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. > Minimum 50 Attempts

PLAYER 1. Carl Holmes 2. James Morris 3. Jimmy Daniels 4. Darren Matsubara 4. Calvin Chitwood 6. Brian Heinle 7. David Swanson 8. Rob Haynes 9. Pat Bolden 10. Paul Drecksel 10. Rob Haynes

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G FGM-FGA 32 37-75 25 29-63 27 34-76 27 31-72 27 25-58 32 52-121 27 30-70 31 46-108 27 37-87 26 44-104 28 22-52

PCT .493 .460 .447 .431 .431 .430 .428 .426 .425 .423 .423

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RECORD BOOK :: FIELD GOALS // THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS

RECORD BOOK >> THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS


H TEAMHISTORY RECORD BOOK >> FREE THROWS TEAM FREE THROWS > YEAR 1. 2009-10 2. 2000-01 3. 1966-67 4. 1997-98 5. 1984-85 6. 1996-97 7. 2006-07 8. 1959-60 9. 1967-68 10. 1968-69

G 32 32 26 28 30 29 31 29 26 25

FT 624 613 560 521 515 512 510 508 503 499

TEAM FREE THROW ATTEMPTS > YEAR 1. 2009-10 2. 1966-67 3. 2000-01 4. 1964-65 5. 1959-60 6. 1996-97 7. 1967-68 8. 1968-69 9. 1997-98 10. 1971-72

G 32 26 32 26 29 29 26 25 28 25

FTA 933 868 865 838 837 826 785 756 749 741

TEAM FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > YEAR G FT-FTA 1. 1961-62 26 454-617 2. 2005-06 28 494-673 3. 2003-04 30 456-631 4. 1993-94 26 424-589 4. 1973-74 25 348-483 6. 2006-07 31 510-716 7. 1974-75 26 377-530 7. 1969-70 25 487-685 9. 2004-05 31 494-697 9. 2000-01 32 613-865

PCT .736 .734 .723 .720 .720 .712 .711 .711 .709 .709

FREE THROWS MADE [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 12/21/85 2. vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/13/10 3. vs Northwest Missouri State, 12/4/71 vs Eastern Washington (n), 3/5/98 5. vs Hope International, 12/1/05 6. vs Cal State Fullerton, 1966-67 7. at Cal State Bakersfield, 1/21/84 at San Diego State, 3/3/94 9. vs Fresno State, 1961-62 vs Sacramento State, 1/15/97 vs UC Riverside, 1/26/02 (n) neutral court game

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FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 12/21/85 2. vs Cal State Fullerton, 1966-67

FT 48 37 36 36 35 34 33 33 32 32 32

FTA 54 50


H

49 49 48 48 48 48 48 47

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. at CS Dominguez Hills, 1/28/89 2. vs Cal State Bakersfield, 11/21/08 3. vs L.A. Baptist, 12/15/79 4. vs Utah State (n), 3/12/04 5. at Washington State, 1/25/95 5. at Boise State, 2/18/06 7. at Southern Utah, 2/29/92 7. at Idaho, 1/15/04 9. vs UC Riverside, 2/16/08 10. at Chapman, 1/15/83 10. vs California, 1/22/95 (n) neutral court game

PCT .944 (17-18) .941 (16-17) .938 (15-16) .933 (14-15) .929 (13-14) .929 (13-14) .923 (12-13) .923 (12-13) .913 (21-23) .909 (10-11) .909 (10-11)

FREE THROWS MADE [GAME] > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE 1. Jim Wagner vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1961-62 1. Ollie Carter vs Long Beach State, 1965-66 1. Mark Cooley vs Cal State Fullerton, 1966-67 4. Ollie Carter vs Chapman (n), 12/22/65 4. Jack Dyck vs Cal Poly, 2/14/75 4. Cliff Higgins at Cal State Bakersfield, 1/21/84 7. Chuck Malouf vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1963-64 Kenny Daniels vs Idaho, 12/3/09 8. 16 times

FT 16 16 16 14 14 14 13 13 12

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED [GAME] > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE FTA 1. Ollie Carter vs Long Beach State, 3/2/65 19 1. Mark Cooley vs Cal State Fullerton, 12/2/66 19 3. Bruce Powers at San Francisco State, 2/1/61 18 3. Loren Bracci vs UC Santa Barbara, 1/28/69 18 3. Damion Morbley vs NE Illinois, 12/16/95 18 6. Ollie Carter at Cal Poly Pomona, 1/21/66 17 7. Ollie Carter vs Chapman (n), 12/22/65 16 7. Jerry Joseph vs San Diego State, 2/6/70 16 7. Jerry Joseph at UC Santa Barbara, 2/7/70 16 7. Jack Dyck vs Cal Poly, 2/14/75 16 7. Cliff Higgins at Cal State Bakersfield, 1/21/84 16 7. Keith Gibbs vs Northern Arizona, 1/22/92 16 CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE > Season 32, Markus Carr, 2000-01 Game 16, Jim Wagner vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1962 BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > Game - Minimum 10 attempts

PLAYER/OPPONENT/YEAR FT-FTA 1. Jim Wagner vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1961-62 16-16

PCT 1.000

1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.

Jimmy Daniels vs Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 12/21/85 Loren Bracci vs Whittier, 12/20/68 Andre Chevalier vs E. Washington, 12/28/91 Guy Garner vs Westmont, 11/26/80 Pat Bolden vs Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 12/21/85 Ryan Martin vs Southern Illinois, 11/24/91 Andre Chevalier vs Quincy College, 1/7/93 Peter Micelli vs Washington State, 1/25/95 Kevin Taylor vs Portland State, 2/15/97 Mike O’Quinn vs Loyola Marymount, 12/6/97 Jeff Parris vs Howard, 11/19/00 Jeff Parris at Marquette, 12/2/00 Andre Chevalier vs UC Irvine, 2/14/02 Ian Boylan vs Cal Poly, 2/19/04

13-13 12-12 11-11 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

G 108 118 117 74 102 46 95 120 119 119

FTM 396 376 358 332 329 329 328 325 312 274

G 26 17 20 29 26 32 25 32 32 26

FTM 182 149 147 145 144 144 137 136 136 134

CAREER FREE THROW ATTEMPTS > PLAYER YEARS 1. Jeff Parris 1997-01 2. Jonathan Heard 2004-08 3. Andre Chevalier 1990-94 4. Ian Boylan 2001-05 5. Brian Heinle 1997-01 6. Todd Bowser 1986-89, ’90-91 7. Pat Bolden 1984-88 8. Jerry Joseph 1967-70 9. Ollie Carter 1964-66 10. Mark Cooley 1964-67

G 117 120 108 118 119 95 102 76 46 73

FTA 596 490 486 480 465 463 462 436 416 399

SEASON FREE THROW ATTEMPTS > PLAYER YEAR 1. Ollie Carter 1964-65 2. Brian Heinle 2000-01 Willie Galick 2009-10

G 26 32 32

FTA 227 207 206

CAREER FREE THROWS > PLAYER YEARS 1. Andrew Chevalier 1990-94 2. Ian Boylan 2001-05 3. Jeff Parris 1997-01 4. Jim Malkin 1959-62 5. Pat Bolden 1984-88 5. Ollie Carter 1964-66 7. Todd Bowser 1986-89, ’90-91 8. Jonathan Heard 2004-08 9. Brian Heinle 1997-01 10. Markus Carr 1998-02 SEASON FREE THROWS > PLAYER 1. Ollie Carter 2. Jim Wagner 3. Ollie Carter 4. Jim Malkin 5. Mark Cooley Kenny Daniels 7. Andre Chevalier 8. Brian Heinle Willie Galick 10. Jack Dyck

YEAR 1964-65 1962-63 1965-66 1959-60 1966-67 2009-10 1993-94 2000-01 2009-10 1974-75

RECORD BOOK :: FREE THROWS

3. vs Cal Poly, 1/8/65 vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/3/10 5. vs Northwest Missouri State, 12/4/71 vs Portland State, 1/2/97 vs Sacramento State, 1/15/97 vs Eastern Washington (n), 3/5/98 vs UC Riverside, 1/26/02 10. vs Sacramento State, 1/26/91

{ PAT BOLDEN, 1984-88 } 4. Mark Cooley 5. Jeff Parris 6. Paul McCracken 7. Loren Bracci 8. Ollie Carter 9. Kenny Daniels 10. Pat Bolden

1966-67 2000-01 1971-72 1968-69 1965-66 2009-10 1987-88

26 31 25 25 20 32 27

205 203 192 190 189 180 174

G FTM-FTA 48 124-143 32 11-129 25 84-99 57 68-83 108 396-486 108 144-177 55 130-162 93 133-167 46 329-416 49 215-273

PCT .867 .860 .848 .819 .815 .814 .802 .796 .791 .788

SEASON FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > PLAYER YEAR G FTM-FTA 1. Chuck Malouf 1963-64 26 93-107 2. Andre Chevalier 1991-92 28 79-91 3. Mike Almeido 1984-85 30 93-108 4. John Burrell 2000-01 32 111-129 5. Willy Sonsma 1979-80 26 61-71 6. Calvin Chitwood 2006-07 31 80-94 7. Ryan Martin 1994-95 28 67-79 7. Carl Womack 1971-72 25 84-99 9. Eric Marquez 1979-80 26 110-119 10.Rodrigue Mels 2008-09 31 62-74

PCT .869 .868 .861 .860 .859 .851 .848 .848 .840 .838

CAREER FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > Minimum 2 Years

PLAYER 1. Chuck Malouf 2. John Burrell 3. Carl Womack 4. Mike Scyphers 5. Andre Chevalier 6. Ryan Martin 7. Curtis Slaughter 8. Lucky Grundy 9. Ollie Carter 10.Emerson Carr

YEARS 1961-64 2000-01 1971-72 1971-74 1990-93 1991-95 2001-03 1994-98 1964-66 1969-71

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H TEAMHISTORY RECORD BOOK >> REBOUNDS TEAM REBOUNDS > YEAR 1. 1964-65 2. 1960-61 3. 1970-71 4. 2009-10 5. 2006-07 6. 1967-68 7. 1966-67 8. 2000-01 9. 1990-91 10. 2008-09

G 26 26 26 32 31 26 26 32 28 31

REBS 1,523 1,404 1,323 1,214 1,204 1,126 1,182 1,158 1,160 1,150

TEAM REBOUND AVERAGE > YEAR G 1. 1964-65 26 2. 1970-71 26 3. 1967-68 26 4. 1965-66 25 5. 1966-67 26 6. 1971-72 25 7. 1968-69 25 8. 1962-63 26 9. 1990-91 28 10.1960-61 34

TEAM REBOUND MARGIN > REBS 1,523 1,323 1,216 1,140 1,182 1,129 1,070 1,111 1,160 1,406

AVG 58.7 50.8 46.7 45.6 45.4 45.0 42.8 42.7 41.4 41.3

Since 1962-63

YEAR 1. 2006-07 2. 1981-82 2. 1964-65 4. 1966-67 5. 1983-84 6. 1987-88 7. 1989-90 8. 2008-09 9. 1972-73 10. 1997-98 10. 1975-76

G 31 24 26 26 27 27 27 31 26 28 26

AVG 38.8 36.3 58.7 45.4 31.9 36.4 37.2 37.1 38.1 38.8 38.6

OPP 32.0 30.9 53.3 41.2 28.0 32.7 33.6 33.7 34.9 35.7 35.5

MAR +6.8 +5.4 +5.4 +4.2 +3.9 +3.7 +3.6 +3.4 +3.2 +3.1 +3.1

G 31 28 32 31 27 29 30 28 28 29 29

OR 445 431 431 403 391 382 381 380 379 375 375

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS > Since 1986-87

YEAR 1. 2006-07 2. 1990-91 2009-10 4. 2008-09 5. 1988-89 6. 1996-97 7. 1999-00 8. 1997-98 9. 1994-95 10. 2002-03 1998-99

{ PAUL MCCRACKEN, 1970-72 }

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H

Since 1986-87

YEAR 1. 2000-01 2. 2009-10 3. 2007-08 4. 2006-07 5. 2008-09 6. 1999-00 7. 2002-03 8. 1996-97 9. 1997-98 10. 2004-05

G 32 32 30 31 31 30 29 29 28 31

DR 785 783 764 759 747 729 647 646 640 638

TOTAL REBOUNDS [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Westmont, 2/6/65 2. vs UC Irvine, 1/16/71 3. vs Alaska (n), 12/27/71 3. vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/29/64 5. vs Westmont, 1962-63 5. at Evansville, 12/11/65 5. vs Redlands, 11/15/06 8. vs USIU, 1/28/91 9. vs Cal Poly, 1/15/71 vs Cal Poly Pomona, 2/12/71 vs Bethany Nazerene, 1/3/72 vs UC Riverside, 1/7/72 vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/13/10 (n) neutral court game

REB 87 81 68 68 63 63 63 62 61 61 61 61 61

REBOUNDS [GAME] > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE

REBS

1. George Robnett vs UC Irvine, 1/16/71 2. Stan Swinger at Evansville, 12/11/65 Jerry Joseph vs Cal State Stanislaus, 12/28/68 4. George Dottin vs Cal State Fullerton, 1961-62 Mark Cooley at Cal Poly SLO, 1/6/67 Mark Cooley at Cal State Fullerton, 2/18/67 Paul McCracken vs Cal Poly Pomona, 12/12/71 Tremaine Townsend at UC Davis, 2/8/08 9. Ed Shaw vs Cal Poly, 1/15/71 10.Frank Nordyke vs Cal State Los Angeles, 1964-65 Roger Guinn at Cal State Los Angeles, 2/15/64 Jerry Joseph at Westmont, 2/18/69 Jerry Joseph vs Cal Poly, 2/20/70 Paul McCracken vs Cal Poly, 1/15/71 Paul McCracken at UC Irvine, 2/2/71 Paul McCracken at Cal State Fullerton, 2/27/71 Paul McCracken vs UC Riverside, 1/7/72 Paul McCracken vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/19/72 Jack Dyck vs Sioux Falls, 1/3/75 Craig Nance vs Cal Poly Pomona, 1/18/75 CAREER REBOUNDS > PLAYER 1. Jerry Joseph 2. Brian Heinle

YEARS 1967-70 1997-00

G 76 119

24 23 23 22 22 22 22 22 21 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19

REBS 807 785

3. Thomas Shewmake 2003-07 4. Cliff Higgins 1981-84 5. Paul McCracken 1970-72 6. George Robnett 1970-74 7. Todd Bowser 1986-89, 90-91 8. Mark Cooley 1964-67 9. Tremaine Townsend 2007-09 10.Jonathan Heard 2004-08

117 76 51 76 95 73 59 120

713 671 630 596 584 568 537 534

G 26 25 25 25 32 30 26 30 26 30

REBS 330 319 300 295 293 287 285 283 275 266

CAREER REBOUNDS PER GAME > PLAYER YEARS G REBS 1. Paul McCracken 1970-72 51 630 2. Jerry Joseph 1967-70 76 807 Ben Williams 1966-68 44 466 4. Roger Quinn 1963-65 51 478 5. Tremaine Townsend 2007-09 59 537 6. Loren Bracci 1967-69 49 436 7. Cliff Higgins 1981-84 76 671 8. Ed Shaw 1970-72 43 375 9. Frank Nordyke 1963-65 49 408 10. Ollie Carter 1964-66 46 378

AVG 12.4 10.6 10.6 9.4 9.1 8.9 8.8 8.7 8.3 8.2

SEASON REBOUNDS PER GAME > PLAYER YEAR G REBS 1. Jerry Joseph 1969-70 25 319 2. Paul McCracken 1970-71 26 330 3. Paul McCracken 1971-72 25 300 4. Jerry Joseph 1968-69 25 295 5. Ben Williams 1966-67 26 285 6. Mark Cooley 1966-67 26 275 7. Stan Swinger 1965-66 25 261 Ed Shaw 1970-71 22 229 9. Loren Bracci 1968-69 25 253 10.Ben Williams 1967-68 18 181 Roger Guinn 1963-64 26 261

AVG 12.8 12.7 12.0 11.8 10.9 10.5 10.4 10.4 10.1 10.0 10.0

SEASON REBOUNDS > PLAYER 1. Paul McCracken 2. Jerry Joseph 3. Paul McCracken 4. Jerry Joseph 5. Brian Heinle 6. Gary Silc 7. Ben Williams 8. Tremaine Townsend 9. Mark Cooley 10. Jim Malkin

YEAR 1970-71 1969-70 1971-72 1968-69 2000-01 1960-61 1966-67 2007-08 1966-67 1960-61

RECORD BOOK :: REBOUNDS

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS >

{ TODD BOWSER, 1986-91 }

{ 2004-05 MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM }

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H TEAMHISTORY RECORD BOOK >> ASSISTS Since 1972-73

TEAM ASSISTS > YEAR 1. 2000-01 2. 1999-00 3. 1978-79 4. 1998-99 5. 1988-89 6. 1977-78 7. 1997-98 8. 1987-88 9. 1996-97 10.2007-08 ASSISTS [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Redlands, 11/15/06 2. vs Vanguard, 12/27/00 3. vs USIU, 12/16/78 3. vs USIU, 1/28/91 3. vs Bethany College, 12/7/02

G 32 30 29 29 27 29 28 27 29 30

AST 608 550 541 515 493 470 467 465 464 456

AST 43 33 31 31 31

6. 7. 7. 8. 8. 8.

vs Hope International, 12/1/05 vs Cal State Dominguez Hills, 12/29/97 vs Sacramento State, 2/21/98 vs Cal Poly, 2/18/95 vs Sacramento State, 1/20/99 vs Weber State, 3/1/00

30 29 29 27 27 27

GAME ASSISTS > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE 1. Keith Gibbs vs Colorado, 11/23/90 1. Markus Carr vs Wyoming, 12/7/00 1. Markus Carr vs Montana State, 2/24/01 4. Markus Carr vs Sacramento St, 1/31/01 4. Josh Jenkins vs UC Davis, 1/5/09 6. Markus Carr vs Sacramento St, 1/20/99 6. Markus Carr vs Vanguard, 12/27/00 6. Markus Carr vs Cal Poly, 1/2/00 9. Troy Dueker vs Occidental, 12/14/85 9. Markus Carr vs Sacramento St, 1/27/00 9. Markus Carr vs Idaho State, 1/13/01

AST 15 15 15 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12

{ LUCKY GRUNDY, 1994-98 }

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9. Markus Carr vs E. Washington, 3/1/01 12 9. Markus Carr vs CS Fullerton, 1/24/02 12 9. Josh Jenkins vs Cal State Bakersfield, 11/21/07 12 CAREER ASSISTS > PLAYER 1. Markus Carr 2. Andre Chevalier 3. Ian Boylan 4. Josh Jenkins 5. Troy Dueker 6. Brian Heinle 7. Trenton Cross 8. Tony Prestera 9. Lucky Grundy 10. Jack Dyck

YEARS 1998-02 1990-94 2001-05 2007-09 1984-88 1997-01 1994-98 1975-78 1994-98 1972-75

SEASON ASSISTS > PLAYER 1. Markus Carr 2. Markus Carr 3. Josh Jenkins 4. Markus Carr 5. Andre Chevalier 6. Josh Jenkins 7. Darren Matsubara 8. Andre Chevalier 9. Markus Carr 10. Brian Heinle 10. Tony Prestera 10. Lucky Grundy

YEAR 2000-01 1999-00 2007-08 2001-02 1993-94 2008-09 1988-89 1990-91 1998-99 2000-01 1976-77 1997-98

G 119 108 118 52 93 119 111 79 93 75

AST 767 481 358 325 315 290 281 270 269 235

G ASSISTS 32 286 30 206 30 191 28 148 25 135 22 134 27 129 28 127 29 127 32 124 27 124 28 124

{ TROY DUEKER, 1984-88 }


H RECORD BOOK :: ASSISTS // STEALS

RECORD BOOK >> STEALS TEAM STEALS [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Bethany College, 12/7/02 2. vs Redlands, 11/15/06 3. vs Dominican, 11/20/01 4. vs Cal Poly, 2/13/03 5. vs Lafayette, 12/30/03 6. vs North Florida, 12/23/97 at Lafayette, 12/13/04 at Tulsa, 11/22/05 9. vs Texas Wesleyan, 1/12/93 vs UNLV, 1/12/95 vs Sacramento State, 1/15/97 vs Lewis-Clark State, 12/29/98 vs Vanguard, 12/27/00 vs Pacific, 1/5/02 at Cal Poly, 2/19/04

STLS 26 24 23 22 21 19 19 19 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

vs UC Riverside, 3/4/04 vs UC Davis, 1/10/08 at UC Davis, 2/9/08

17 17 17

INDIVIDUAL STEALS [GAME] > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE STLS 1. Markus Carr vs Dominican, 11/20/01 11 2. Joseph Frazier at Bethany, 12/7/02 10 3. Markus Carr vs Pacific, 1/5/02 8 Joseph Frazier vs Cal Poly, 2/13/03 8 5. Derrick Gathers vs Utah State, 12/2/89 7 Derrick Gathers vs Colorado-Colorado Springs, 1/8/90 7 Keith Gibbs vs Northern Arizona, 12/1/90 7 Andre Chevalier vs SW Missouri State, 12/3/93 7 Keith Higgins vs Ohio, 12/12/96 7 Derrick Higgins vs UC Irvine, 12/21/96 7 Derrick Higgins vs San Diego, 12/2/97 7 { DERRICK HIGGINS, 1996-99 } Derrick Higgins vs Lewis-Clark State, 12/29/98 Ian Boylan vs Southern Illinois, 12/16/01 Markus Carr vs UC Irvine, 2/14/02 Davin White vs Lafayette, 12/30/03 Ian Boylan vs UC Riverside, 1/5/04 Ian Boylan vs Pacific, 3/11/05 Mike Efevberha vs Tulsa, 11/22/05 Mark Hill at Idaho, 2/21/09 CAREER STEALS > PLAYER YEARS 1. Ian Boylan 2001-05 2. Markus Carr 1998-02 3. Andre Chevalier 1990-94 4. Joseph Frazier 2001-05 5. Jonathan Heard 2004-08 6. Derrick Higgins 1996-99 7. Brooklyn McLinn 1989-90, ‘91-94 8. Davin White 2003-05 Brian Heinle 1997-01 10. Derrick Gathers 1988-90 Trenton Cross 1994-98

{ JOSEPH FRAZIER, 2001-05 }

SEASON STEALS > PLAYER 1. Ian Boylan 2. Markus Carr Ian Boylan 4. Derrick Higgins 5. Keith Higgins 6. Derrick Higgins 7. Davin White 8. Markus Carr 9. Joseph Frazier 10.Derrick Gathers

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YEAR 2004-05 2001-02 2003-04 1996-97 1996-97 1998-99 2003-04 1999-00 2002-03 1989-90

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

G 118 119 108 92 120 63 89 61 119 53 111

STLS 272 252 184 160 159 157 134 122 122 120 120

G 31 28 30 29 29 29 30 30 29 26

STLS 82 78 78 74 73 71 66 64 63 62

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H TEAMHISTORY RECORD BOOK >> BLOCKS TEAM BLOCKED SHOTS [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Cal Poly Pomona, 11/28/00 2. at Portland State, 2/15/97 vs Sacramento State, 2/21/98 at Portland State, 1/13/00 vs Montana, 12/3/03 at Oregon, 11/11/06 7. vs Southern Utah, 1/18/92 vs Cal Poly SLO, 2/18/95 at Oklahoma State, 1/17/96 at Northern Arizona, 3/7/97 vs Pepperdine, 11/29/97 vs Portland State, 1/7/99 vs Weber State, 3/1/00 vs UC Riverside, 2/8/07 at Drexel, 12/1/08 vs Idaho (12/3/09

BLKS 10 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

BLOCKED SHOTS [GAME] > PLAYER/OPPONENT/DATE BLKS 1. Calvin Chitwood at Washington, 12/22/07 6 2. Kevin Taylor vs Sacramento State, 2/21/98 5 Lenny Daniel vs Idaho, 12/3/09 5 Lenny Daniel vs UC Riverside, 1/14/10 5

Lenny Daniel vs Cal State Fullerton, 2/13/10 6. Lewis Gabbard vs UC Davis, 12/29/82 Tom Samson at Oklahoma State, 1/17/96 Derrick Higgins vs Portland State, 1/7/99 Andre Larry vs Cal Poly, 1/2/00 Andre Larry vs Montana State, 1/20/00 Austin Waggener vs Cal Poly, 2/16/05 Thomas Shewmake at Pepperdine, 12/28/05 Thomas Shewmake vs UC Riverside, 1/9/06 Calvin Chitwood vs Chicago State, 11/10/07 Tremaine Townsend vs Vanguard, 12/20/07 Tremaine Townsend at UC Irvine, 2/18/09 CAREER BLOCKS > PLAYER 1. Thomas Shewmake 2. Brian Heinle 3. Tremaine Townsend 4. Cliff Higgins 5. Calvin Chitwood 6. Tom Samson 7. Lenny Daniel 8. Shane O’Doherty 9. Jeff Parris 10. Pat Bolden

YEARS 2003-07 1997-01 2007-09 1981-84 2004-08 1993-97 20091993-95 1997-01 1984-88

G 117 119 59 76 108 106 29 43 117 102

5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

BLKS 82 76 69 66 62 48 44 43 40 39

{ TOM SAMSON, 1993-97 } SEASON BLOCKS > PLAYER 1. Lenny Daniel 2. Tremaine Townsend 3. Thomas Shewmake 4. Tremaine Townsend 5. Shane O’Doherty Calvin Chitwood 7. Keith Higgins 8. Brian Heinle Cliff Higgins 10. Brian Heinle

{ THOMAS SHEWMAKE, 2003-07 }

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YEAR 2009-10 2007-08 2005-06 2008-09 1994-95 2007-08 1996-97 1999-00 1982-83 2000-01

G 29 30 28 30 28 27 29 30 26 32

BLKS 44 37 32 30 29 29 28 27 27 24


H

YEAR-BY-YEAR MINUTES AVERAGE > Since 1983-84

YEAR 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

PLAYER Cliff Higgins Dale Brandsberg Pat Bolden Ray Horwath Pat Bolden Derrick Gathers Derrick Gathers Andre Chevalier Andre Chevalier Andre Chevalier Brooklyn McLinn

G MIN (AVG) 27 1013 (37.5) 30 1022 (34.1) 26 877 (33.7) 27 807 (29.9) 27 850 (31.5) 27 835 (30.9) 26 856 (32.9) 28 773 (27.6) 28 823 (29.4) 27 923 (34.2) 26 780 (30.0)

1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

Michael Dorsey Trenton Cross Derrick Higgins

28 27 29

813 (29.0) 820 (30.4) 793 (27.3)

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

Mike O’Quinn Derrick Higgins Markus Carr Brian Heinle Markus Carr Curtis Slaughter Ian Boylan Ian Boylan Mike Efevberha Jonathan Heard Jonathan Heard Tremaine Townsend Kenny Daniels

CAREER MINUTES > PLAYER 1. Ian Boylan

YEARS 2001-05

27 801 (29.7) 29 818 (28.2) 30 983 (32.8) 32 1036 (32.4) 28 910 (32.5) 29 985 (34.0) 30 1075 (35.8) 31 1022 (33.0) 28 772 (27.6) 31 845 (27.3) 30 817 (27.2) 30 862 (28.7) 32 882 (27.6)

G 118

MIN 3,762

2. Markus Carr 3. Andre Chevalier 4. Brian Heinle 5. Jonathan Heard 6. Rob Haynes 7. Carl Holmes 8. Calvin Chitwood 9. Pat Bolden 10. Thomas Shewmake

1998-02 1990-94 1997-01 2004-08 2005-09 1997-01 2004-08 1984-88 2003-07

119 108 119 120 119 117 108 102 117

3,590 3,267 3,101 3,036 2,857 2,738 2,683 2,671 2,625

SEASON MINUTES > PLAYER 1. Ian Boylan 2. Brian Heinle

YEAR 2003-04 2000-01

G 30 32

MIN 1075 1036

3. Dale Brandsberg Ian Boylan 5. Markus Carr 6. Cliff Higgins 7. Curtis Slaughter 8. Mike Almeido 9. Markus Carr 10.Davin White

1984-85 2004-05 2000-01 1983-84 2002-03 1984-85 1999-00 2003-04

30 31 32 27 29 30 30 30

1022 1022 1014 1013 985 984 983 965

{ IAN BOYLAN, 2001-05 }

{ TRENTON CROSS, 1994-98 }

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RECORD BOOK >> MINUTES


H TEAMHISTORY RECORD BOOK >> GAMES/FOULS CAREER GAMES PLAYED > PLAYER 1. Jonathan Heard 2. Brian Heinle 2. Markus Carr 2. Rob Haynes 5. Ian Boylan 6. Carl Holmes 6. Jeff Parris 6. Thomas Shewmake 9. Terrell Jones 10. Trenton Cross

YEARS 2004-08 1997-01 1998-02 2005-09 2001-05 1997-01 1997-01 2003-07 2003-07 1994-98

G 120 119 119 119 118 117 117 117 116 111

SEASON GAMES PLAYED > PLAYER 1. Michael Dorsey 2. 9 players

YEAR 1993-94 ---

G 33 32

CAREER GAMES STARTED > PLAYER 1. Markus Carr 2. Andre Chevalier 3. Ian Boylan 4. Rob Haynes 5. Jeff Parris 6. Todd Bowser 7. Calvin Chitwood 8. Thomas Shewmake Jonathan Heard 10. Troy Dueker

YEARS 1998-02 1990-94 2001-02 2005-09 1997-01 1986-91 2004-08 2003-07 2004-08 1984-88

GS 109 102 99 96 93 85 83 80 80 75

SEASON GAMES STARTED > PLAYER 1. Michael Dorsey 2. Brian Heinle John Burrell Markus Carr 5. Dale Brandsberg Larry White Hewitt Rolle Brian Heinle Markus Carr Ian Boylan Jonathan Heard Jayme Miller

YEAR 1993-94 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 1984-85 1984-85 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 2003-04 2007-08 2007-08

GS 33 32 32 32 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

FOULS [SEASON] > YEAR 1. 2006-07 2. 2009-10 3. 2000-01 4. 1997-98 5. 2008-09 6. 1999-00 7. 2007-08 8. 1996-97

FOULS 771 740 716 691 683 678 674 670

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{ MARKUS CARR, 1998-02 }


H

PLAYER

YEARS

G

F

1. Jeff Parris

1997-01

117

441

2. Calvin Chitwood

2004-08

108

337

3. Ian Boylan

2001-05

118

323

4. Thomas Shewmake

2003-07

117

294

5. Trenton Cross

1994-98

111

282

6. Andre Chevalier

1990-94

108

276

7. Markus Carr

1998-02

119

273

8. Joseph Frazier

2001-05

92

269

9. Bruce Pelkey

1967-70

74

267

10. Carl Holmes

1997-01

117

263

SEASON FOULS > PLAYER

YEAR

G

F

2000-01

31

129

2. Jeff Parris

1999-00

30

119

2. Calvin Chitwood

2006-07

31

119

4. Jayme Miller

2007-08

30

117

5. Willie Galick

2008-09

31

113

1. Jeff Parris

6. Jayme Miller

2006-07

31

111

7. Willie Galick

2009-10

32

110

8. Paul Hobus

1985-86

26

106

9. Jeff Parris

1997-98

28

104

10. Larry White

1984-85

30

103

FO

CAREER FOULED OUT > PLAYER

YEARS

G

1. Jeff Parris

1997-01

117

36

2. Calvin Chitwood

2004-08

108

20

3. Bruce Pelkey

1967-70

74

18

Willie Galick

2008-10

63

18

5. Jayme Miller

2005-08

67

16

6. Ray Horwath

1986-88

54

15

Ian Boylan

2001-05

118

15

Joseph Frazier

2001-05

92

15

9. Paul Hobus

1985-87

48

13

9. Calvin Chitwood

2004-08

81

13

FO

SEASON FOULED OUT > PLAYER

{ BRIAN HEINLE, 1997-01 } 9. 2002-03 10. 2001-02 PERSONAL FOULS [GAME] > OPPONENT/DATE 1. vs Portland State (n), 11/10/06 2. vs Nevada, 11/17/01 vs Cal State Fullerton, 12/13/10 4. at Nevada, 12/8/01 5. vs Long Beach State, 1961-62

654 648

FOULS 41 39 39 38 37

at Montana, 11/30/04 7. at Long Beach State, 12/4/91 at Xavier, 12/21/94 at Idaho State, 1/24/97 10. at Ohio, 12/17/97 vs Boise State, 12/9/06 (n) neutral court game

37 36 36 36 35 35

YEAR

G

1. Jeff Parris

1999-00

30

13

1. Willie Galick

2008-09

31

13

3. Bruce Pelkey

1969-70

25

11

4. Paul Hobus

1985-86

26

10

4. Jeff Parris

2000-01

31

10

4. Calvin Chitwood

2006-07

31

10

4. Jayme Miller

2007-08

30

10

8. Jim Malkin

1959-60

29

9

8. Tom Samson

1996-97

29

9

10. Loren Bracci

1968-69

25

8

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CAREER FOULS >


H TEAMHISTORY MATADOR LETTERWINNERS Bock, Jim

A>

1958-59

Cruger, Bill (#20)

1976-77

Curran, Pat

1972-73

Accardy, Pete

1958-59

Bolden, Pat (#24) 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88

Adams, Chris (#11)

1979-80

Bonner, Sherdrick (#32)

Adney, Al (#42)

1981-82

Boss, Joe (#23)

1971-72

D>

Allen, Bob (#33)

1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65

Bowen, Darin (#40)

1982-83

Daniel, Lenny (#5)

1987-88 2009-10

Bowser, Todd (#54, #55) 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1990-91

Daniels, Jimmy (#21)

1985-86, 1986-87

2004-05, 2005-06

Boyett, Lon (#21)

1975-76, 1976-77

Daniels, Kenny (#20)

2008-09, 2009-10

Andrews, Matt (#50)

1995-96, 1996-97

Boykin, Shelton (#42, #45)

1990-91, 1991-92

Davis, Brett (#42)

1978-79, 1979-80

Archer, Bill (#34)

1964-65, 1965-66

Boykoff, Terry (#21)

1973-74

Davis, Chris (#42)

2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04

Azain, Jeff (#24)

1981-82

Boylan, Ian (#11, #31) 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05

Davis, Sean (#24)

1990-91

Bracci, Loren (#42)

Davis, William (#31)

1996-97

Almeido, Mike (#21)

1984-85

Altheimer, Bakari (15, #24)

1967-68, 1968-69

Brandsberg, Dale (#34)

1984-85

Brandt, Ernie (#15, #55)

1962-63, 1963-64

Delpit, Ken

Brewer, Jeff (#34)

1979-80, 1980-81

DeMarco, Jess (#11)

1958-59

Brodowski, Kris (#33)

1988-89, 1989-90

Disney, Donn (#11)

Barnes, Joe (#34)

1986-87

Brown, Sandy (#11, #42)

1988-89, 1989-90

Dorsey, Michael (#34)

1994-95

Bartlett, Bob (#22)

1966-67, 1967-68

Burge, Bob (#42)

1970-71, 1971-72

Dottin, George (#15, #35)

1962-63

Becker, Karl (#20)

1988-89

Burrell, John (#25)

2000-01

Drecksel, Pau (#20)l

Benjamin, Lionel (#10) 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03

Busch, Joey (#34)

2000-01

Dueker, Troy (#23) 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88

B> Baker, Jemarl (#21, #20) Balke, Ben (#41, #21)

1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90

1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83

Barnes, Harvey

Benton, Kevin (#21, #32)

1992-93

1966-67 1965-66, 1967-68 1980-81

1985-86, 1986-87 1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75

C> Calloway, Craig (#4) Campbell, Chuck (#40)

1999-2000, 2000-01 1964-65

E> Earl, Jimmy (#24)

1972-73

Carr, Emerson (#11)

1969-70, 1970-71

Edmondson, Paul (#25, #44) 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65

Carr, James (#41)

1985-86, 1986-87

Edmonson, Larry (#22, #30)

1971-72

Efevberha, Mike (#23)

2005-06 1996-97

Carr, Markus (#12)

1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2001-02

Carter, Ollie (#32)

1964-65, 1965-66

Elzy, Sha-Ron (#35)

Cassidy, Pete (#24)

1958-59, 1959-60

Estavan, Ed (#5)

Castagna, Bob (#24)

1973-74, 1974-75

Evans, Charles (#22, #33)

1977-78, 1978-79

Chevalier, Andre (#11) 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94

Everage, Keith (#42)

2005-06, 2006-07

Chitwood, Calvin (#32, #33) 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08

Evertsz, Dan (#21)

Chomut, Tuval (#30)

1979-80

Clark, John (#30)

2002-03

F>

Clark, John (#33)

1965-66

Felix, Mark (#41)

Claybron, Joe (#42)

1975-76

Fiock, Ed (#32)

Clement, Richard (#12) Raymond Cody (#21)

1960-61, 1961-62 2009-10

1977-78

1977-78, 1978-79 1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79 1960-61, 1961-62

Fisher, Jerry

2006-07, 2007-08

Fisher, Pat (#33)

Coleman, Sean (#30)

1977-78, 1978-79

Fisher, Percy (#34)

1960-61 1974-75, 1975-76 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92

Fluker, Wayne (#41)

1982-83, 1984-85

Cooper, Carl (#11) 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88

Foulds, Tom (#41)

1974-75, 1975-76

Cooper, Erik (#21, #30)

Foxworth, Marlin

Cordell, Vincent (#2) Crawford, Xavier (#23)

1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67

2001-02

Fish, Ted

Colston, Rai (#23) Cooley, Mark (#50)

{ LIONEL BENJAMIN, 1999-03 }

1963-64, 1965-66

Dyck, Jack (#32)

1979-80, 1980-81

Biggs, Robert (#44)

Dawes, Tom (#22)

1989-90 2008-09, 2009-10

1963-64

Fraser, Alan (#33, #54)

1987-88, 1988-89

2008-09

Frazier, Joseph (#20)

2001-02, 2002-03, 2903-04, 2004-05

Cross, Trenton (#3, #33) 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98

Fullove, Bob (#23)

1974-75

Crowe, Jason (#14)

1998-99

Crowell, Dick

1961-62

Crowther, Dick (#54)

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G> Gabbard, Lewis (#42)

1982-83


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1970-71

Galick, Willie (#14)

2008-09, 2009-10

Garner, Guy (@22)

1980-81, 1981-82

Gathers, Derrick (#22)

1988-89, 1989-90

Gaudy, Fernando (#42)

1976-77, 1977-78

Gauer, Mark (#32)

1981-82, 1982-83

Gibbs, Keith (#30)

1990-91, 1991-92

Gindlesberger, Alan (#32) Gray, Eric (#40)

MATADOR LETTERWINNERS

Gaines, Guy (#21)

1985-86 1994-95, 1995-96

Green, Steve (#30)

1963-64, 1964-65, 1965-66

Grundy, Lucky (#21, #23) 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98 Guerra, Dennis (#21)

1975-76, 1976-77

Guinn, Roger (#53)

1963-64, 1964-65

H> Halverson, Ed (#34)

1971-72

Hamm, Louis (#11, #21)

1971-72, 1972-73

Hansen, Kevin (#21, #41) Hare, Bart (#10, #24)

1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71 1962-63, 1963-64

Hare, Dirk (#22)

1985-86

Harnack, Tony

1958-59, 1959-60

Harper, Carloes (#25)

1997-98

Hatton, Truiett (#11)

1982-83

Hawking, Bob (#32)

1968-69

Hawkins, Darryl (#20) Hawkins, Greg (#10)

1980-81, 1981-82 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84

Haynes, Rob (#4) 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09 Heard, Jonathan (#1, #3)

2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08

Hecht, James (#40)

1984-85, 1985-86, 1987-88

Heinle, Brian (#31)1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 00-01 Henson, Aaron (#24) Henry, Andre (#12)

2009-10 1988-89, 1989-90

Hetsler, Len

1958-59 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84 { JONATHAN HEARD, 2004-08 }

Higgins, Cliff (#34) Higgins, Derrick (#20, #21) Higgins, Keith (#20)

1996-97, 1998-99 1996-97

J>

K>

Hill, Jason (#21)

2005-06, 2006-07

Jackson, Keith (#24)

Hill, Mark (#3)

2008-09, 2009-10

Jefferson, Walter (#22)

1995-96, 1996-97

Katch, Vic (#15)

Hill, Robert (#12) 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96

Jenkins, Josh (#20, #52)

2007-08, 2008-09

Keeter, David (#22)

1990-91, 1991-92

Hobus, Paul (#44)

1985-86, 1986-87

Jensen, Ken (#43)

1964-65

Keith, Russell (#34)

1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79

1969-70, 1970-71

Johnson, Andrew (#24)

1980-81

Keith, Steve (#34)

1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71

Johnson, Tony (#23)

2001-02

Ker, Walt (#22)

Hoffman, John (#24) Holmes, Carl (#20)

1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01

2000-01

Katch, Frank (#21)

1961-62 1964-65, 1966-67, 1967-68

1973-74

Holmes, John (#51)

1965-66, 1966-67

Jones, Chris (#11)

1983-84

Kerlegan, Kyle (#40)

1990-91

Horwath, Ray (#42, #50)

1986-87, 1987-88

Jones, Reggie (#40)

1975-76

Keropian, Bryan (#13)

1962-63

Keseric, Norm (#42)

1964-65

Keyser, Kent (#34)

1974-75

Howard, Len

1979-80

Jones, Terrell (#25)

Hubbard, Landers (#40)

1972-73

Joseph, Jerry (#33)

1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70

Humphrey, Eugene (#32)

1989-90

Judd, Randy (#32)

1969-70

2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07

Kilian, Brian (#31, #42)

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H TEAMHISTORY MATADOR LETTERWINNERS Knight, Pat (#24)

1983-84

Lizarraga, Michael (#42) 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10

Martin, John (#22)

Korkut, Ozan (#20)

1993-94

Locke, Robert (#0, #1, #5)

2004-05

Martin, Ryan (#24) 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95

Krebs, Jeff

1961-62

Lofton, Brent (#31)

1993-94

Matsubara, Darren (#12)

Kruidhof, Ron (#32)

1974-75

Lopez, Larry (#10)

1965-66

Mazurie, Bill (#31)

Lopez, Mike (#33)

1984-85

McCain, Marco (#5, #14)

L> Larry, Andre (#3)

1998-99, 1999-2000

1989-90 1999-2000, 2000-01

1960-61, 1961-62

McCracken, Paul (#32)

1970-71, 1971-72 1988-89, 1989-90

Love, Jimmy (#23)

1978-79, 1980-81

McDaniels, Kendell (#24)

1981-82, 1982-83

Ludy, Brad (#23)

1975-76, 1976-77

McDonald, Barry

Leggett, Bill (#21)

1981-82, 1983-84

Dathan Lyles (#12)

Leivo, Jeff (#21)

1981-82, 1982-83

Lepiashinski, Sergei (#3, #13)

2002-03, 2003-04

M>

Levin, Elliot (#31)

1968-69, 1969-70

Mahoney, Fred (#42)

Lewis, Calvin (#40)

1970-71, 1971-72

Malkin, Jim

1965-66

1988-89

Lorenz, Jeff

Laughton, Tony (#33)

Leytus, Jim (#54)

1974-75, 9175-76

2009-10

1963-64 1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62

1958-59

McGavran, Chuck (#30)

1987-88

McGhee, Vinnie (#11)

2009-10

McKenna, Joe

1961-62

McLemore, Rashaun (#34)

2009-10

McLinn, Brooklyn (#11, #20, #33) 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94

Malouf, Chuck (#31, #55) 1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64

McMullen, John

1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62

Lieberman, Marty (#11)

1973-74, 1974-75

March, Jim (#30)

1973-74, 1974-75

Mercer, Bill (#40)

1980-81, 1981-82

Line, Tom (#22)

1968-69, 1969-70

Marquez, Eric (#41)

1979-80, 1980-81

Mels, Rodrigue (#2)

2007-08, 2008-09

Martin, Joe (#50)

1961-62, 9162-63

Menner, Kevin (#4)

2009-10

Mertes, Brady (#41)

1996-97

Meza, Rafael (#10)

1984-85

Link, Larry

1966-67

Micelli, Peter (#32, #33) 1990-91, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95 Michell, Bill Miller, Jayme (#11) Miller, Terry (#20) Millhouse, Werner (#34) Minor, Greg (#4) Mollner, Dick

1960-61 2006-07, 2007-08 1977-78 1975-76 1997-98, 1998-99 1958-59

Monroe, Horace (#20)

1975-76

Moore, James (#21)

1987-88

Morris, James (#10)

1991-92, 1992-93

Moses, John (#31)

1991-92

Moten, Anthony (#21)

1992-93

Mulder, Dan (#31) Munroe, Dave (#20) Murphy, Larry (#23, #33) Myvett, Gene (#25)

1985-86 1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71 1982-83, 1983-84 2001-02

N> Nance, Craig (#31)

1974-75, 1975-76

Navarro, Ruben (#41)

1973-74

Noblitt, Jordan #5)

2006-07

Nordyke, Frank (#45)

1963-64, 1964-65

O> Oden, Eric (#20) O’Doherty, Shane (#55) Ogden, Denny (#33) { BROOKLYN MCLINN, 1991-94 }

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O’Herron, Pat (#33)

1986-87

Okwudibonye, Greg (#0)

2004-05


H

2003-04, 2004-05

O’Quinn, Mike (#24)

1997-98

Oronoz, Ruben (#44)

1994-95, 1995-96

Osunsanmi, Tony (#31, #10)2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10

Scyphers, Mike (#10) Seelig, Kelly (#32) Shaw, Ed (#22, #34)

Parker, Antoine (#5, #13)

Singleton, Larry (#31) 2002-03, 2003-04

1971-72, 1972-73, 1973-74 1962-63 1970-71, 1972-73

Shewmake, Thomas (#24, #34) 2003-04, 2004-05, ‘05-06, ‘06-07 Silc, Gary

P>

Sinning, Doug (#23)

1960-61 1976-77, 1977-78 1967-68

Parris, Jeff (#42)1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01

Slaughter, Curtis (#33)

Pazaricky, Tony (#34)

Smith, Brad (#30, #33, #40) 1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79

Pedego, Cameron (#23)

1966-67, 1967-68 1962-63

Pelkey, Bruce (#40)

1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70

Penman, Bob (#23)

1969-70, 70-71

Peters, Tre (#1) Pierson, Mike (#14) Powers, Austen (#40) Powers, Bruce Prendergast, Ed (#25) Prestera, Tony (#11)

2001-02, 2002-03

Smith, Jermaine (#13)

2008-09

Smith, Martin (#12)

1990-91

Somberg, Mark (#41)

1968-69

2006-07

Sonsma, Willy (#24)

1963-64

Starkins, John (#21)

1972-73

Starr, Jeff (#21)

1962-63

2005-06, 2006-07

1978-79, 1979-80

1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62

Steinberg, Elliot (#10)

1974-75

1963-64

Stewart, Jason (#33)

1992-93

1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78

Stinson, Rod (#34)

1995-96, 1996-97

Provost, Paul (#20)

1978-79

Stone, Shawn (#22)

1993-94, 1994-95

Pulati, Paul (#25)

1965-66

Stringer, Chuck

1959-60, 1960-61

Pullard, Hayes (#20)

1972-73

Sullivan, Ben (#31, #34)

Purvis, Drew (#21)

1983-84

Swanson, David (#44) Swanson, Pete

R>

MATADOR LETTEWINNERS

Onyenegecha, Etoagwara (#4)

Swanson, Tim

2002-03 1990-91

{ HEWITT ROLLE, 1998-00 }

1960-61, 1961-62 1959-60

Wagner, Jim (#44)

1961-62, 62-63

1975-76, 1976-77

Swartz, Dave (#23)

1963-64, 1964-65

Wallace, Matthew (#12)

Read, Dan (#44) 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03

Swinger, Stan (#41)

1964-65, 1965-66

Wayne, Paul (#15)

2007-08

Walton, Ryan (#31)

2005-06

Weimer, Gary (#34)

1973-74

Ramos, Tony (#10) Rhoden, Gerald (#24)

1995-96, 1996-97

Rivlin, Jerry (#10)

1967-68, 1968-69

Robinson, George (#24)

T>

2008-09

Welch, Jermar (#21) 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01, 01-02

1967-68

Taylor, Kevin (#32)

1996-97, 1997-98

Robnett, George (#31, #42) 1970-71, 1972-73, 1973-74

Taylor, Therin (#22)

2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10

White, Davin (#34)

2003-04, 04-05

Rolle, Hewitt (#32)

Thoensen, Ron

1959-60, 1960-61

White, Larry (#22)

1983-84, 84-85

Thomas, Armand (#4)

2001-02, 2002-03

White, Whitney (#23)

Rouse, Jack

1998-99, 1999-2000 1959-60

Ruetten, Tom (#42)

1983-84, 1984-85

Thompson, Mike

Rugg, Tom (#41)

1966-67, 1967-68

1960-61

1999-2000

Whittington, Dick

1958-59, 59-60

Todd, John (#40)

1961-62, 1962-63

Wiesenberger, Norm

Rutherford, Dallas (#45)

2008-09

Townsend, Tremaine (#33)

2007-08, 2008-09

Williams, Ben

Rutherford, Tony

1960-61

Tresvant, Deon (#5)

2007-08, 2008-09

Williams, Reggie (#33)

1970-71, 71-72, 73-74

Trotter, Lon (#24)

1975-76, 1976-77

Willis, Josh (#42)

1992-93, 93-94, 95-96

Wimberley, Alvin

1962-63

Womack, Carl (#30)

1971-72

S> Sanders, Lloyd (#30)

1967-68, 1968-69

Santiel, Dante (#22)

1997-98

Saunders, Steve (#23)

1972-73

U> Ulvan, Don (#41)

Samson, Tom (#41)1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97

V>

Scarcello, Angelo (#30)

1982-83, 1983-84

Vance, Sal (#13)

Schreiber, Stuart (#15)

1965-66, 1966-67

Schroeder, Mark (#31)

1978-79, 1979-80

Scott, Evan (#24) Scott, Kirk (#23) Scott, Michael (#3, #55)

1971-72, 1972-73

1958-59 1966-67, 67-68

Wright, Jack

1968-69

Wyatt, John (#23)

1983-84

2004-05

Y>

Viebrock, Mike (#20)

1973-74

Yard, Chris (#45)

Vukonich, Don

1959-60

Young, Doug (#32)

1992-93, 93-94 1983-84

2007-08 1989-90, 1990-91 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04

Z>

W> Waggener, Austin (#44)

2003-04, 04-05, 05-06

Zeyen, David (#44)

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H TEAMHISTORY CONFERENCE HONORS BIG WEST CONFERENCE > 2001-02 Markus Carr First Team Curtis Slaughter Honorable Mention Ian Boylan Freshman of the Year Ian Boylan All-Freshman Team Chris Davis All-Freshman Team Joseph Frazier All-Freshman Team 2002-03 Ian Boylan Second Team Curtis Slaughter Honorable Mention Lionel Benjamin Best Sixth Man 2003-04 Ian Boylan Second Team Davin White Honorable Mention Et. Onyenegecha Honorable Mention Thomas Shewmake All-Freshman Team 2004-05 Ian Boylan First Team Davin White Second Team Calvin Chitwood All-Freshman Team Jonathan Heard All-Freshman Team Terrell Jones All-Academic 2005-06 Calvin Chitwood Honorable Mention Mike Efevberha Honorable Mention Jonathan Heard Honorable Mention Terrell Jones All-Academic Austin Waggener All-Academic 2006-07 Jonathan Heard Honorable Mention Terrell Jones Best Hustle Award Scholar-Athlete Award All-Academic Austen Powers All-Academic Austin Waggener All-Academic 2007-08 Calvin Chitwood Honorable Mention Jonathan Heard First Team Tremaine Townsend Second Team Deon Tresvant Second Team Josh Jenkins Honorable Mention 2008-09 Rob Haynes Honorable Mention Josh Jenkins Honorable Mention Tremaine Townsend First Team

2009-10

Lenny Daniel Kenny Daniels

Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

1965-66

AMERICAN WEST CONFERENCE > 1994-95 Trenton Cross Co-Freshman of the Year Michael Dorsey First Team Ryan Martin Second Team Peter Micelli Second Team Shane O’Doherty Honorable Mention Shane O’Doherty All-Academic Tom Samson All-Academic Shawn Stone All-Academic 1995-96 Ruben Oronoz First Team Trenton Cross Second Team Eric Gray Honorable Mention Robert Hill Honorable Mention Tom Samson All-Academic

1966-67

BIG SKY CONFERENCE > 1996-97 Derrick Higgins Honorable Mention Keith Higgins Honorable Mention Tom Samson All-Academic 1997-98 Mike O’Quinn First Team Trenton Cross Honorable Mention Carl Holmes Freshman of the Year 1998-99 Derrick Higgins First Team Brian Heinle Honorable Mention 1999-00 Brian Heinle First Team Markus Carr First Team Jeff Parris Honorable Mention 2000-01 Brian Heinle First Team Markus Carr First Team Jeff Parris First Team John Burrell Honorable Mention CALIFORNIA COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION [CCAA] > 1964-65 Ollie Carter First Team Bill Archer Honorable Mention

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 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

1985-86 1986-87 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1988-89 1989-90

{ JIMMY DANIELS, 1985-87 }

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{ PAUL DRECKSEL, 1985-87 }

Ollie Carter Mark Cooley Bill Archer Mark Cooley Tony Pazaricky Ben Williams Loren Bracci Jerry Joseph Loren Bracci Jerry Rivlin Emerson Carr Jerry Joseph Paul McCracken Bob Burge Emerson Carr Paul McCracken Bob Burge Louis Hamm Calvin Lewis Carl Womack Louis Hamm George Robnett Jack Dyck Craig Nance Ron Kruidhof Lon Trotter Larry Singleton Terry Miller Larry Singleton Fernando Gaudy Chuck Evans Sean Coleman Willie Sonsma Brett Davis Eric Marquez Eric Marquez Guy Garner Cliff Higgins Cliff Higgins Mike Almeido Larry White Tom Ruetten Pat Bolden Jimmy Daniels Paul Drecksel Pat Bolden Ray Horwath Derrick Gathers Alan Fraser Derrick Gathers Kendell McDaniels

Second Team Second Team Honorable Mention First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Player of the Year Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Second Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team Second Team Player of the Year First Team Second Team Player of the Year Second Team First Team Second Team Honorable Mention Second Team Second Team Player of the Year Player of the Year Player of the Year First Team Honorable Mention Second Team First Team Second Team First Team Honorable Mention Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM SELECTIONS > 1996 Trenton Cross American West Conference 1997 Trenton Cross Big Sky Conference Derrick Higgins Big Sky Conference Keith Higgins Big Sky Conference 1998 Mike O’Quinn Big Sky Conference


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2001 2004 2005 2008 2009

Brian Heinle Jeff Parris Brian Heinle Markus Carr Joseph Frazier Ian Boylan Tremaine Townsend Rodrigue Mels Tremaine Townsend

CONFERENCE HONORS

2000

Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference

CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT MVP > 1997 Trenton Cross Big Sky Conference 2001 Brian Heinle Big Sky Conference 2004 Ian Boylan Big West Conference 2009 Rodrigue Mels Big West Conference PLAYERS OF THE WEEK > Jan. 20, 1997 Gerald Rhoden Feb. 24, 1997 Trenton Cross Dec. 22, 1997 Carl Holmes Dec. 7, 1998 Brian Heinle Dec. 13, 1999 Andre Larry Nov. 27, 2000 Brian Heinle Jan. 2, 2001 Brian Heinle Jan. 8, 2001 Brian Heinle Jan. 8, 2001 John Burrell Jan. 29, 2001 Brian Heinle Jan. 21, 2002 Markus Carr Jan. 28, 2002 Markus Carr Dec. 9, 2002 Ian Boylan Dec. 16, 2002 Armand Thomas Jan. 27, 2003 Curtis Slaughter Feb. 23, 2004 Ian Boylan Jan. 10, 2005 Davin White Jan. 17, 2005 Davin White Nov. 28, 2005 Mike Efevberha Dec. 4, 2006 Calvin Chitwood Jan. 15, 2007 Jonathan Heard Dec. 3, 2007 Tremaine Townsend Jan. 7, 2008 Deon Tresvant Feb. 11, 2008 Tremaine Townsend Feb. 2, 2009 Tremaine Townsend Jan. 18, 2010 Lenny Daniel

Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference Big West Conference

POST-SEASON HONORS > All-Independent Team Sports Information Directors

1990-91 1993-94

Kyle Kerlegan Andre Chevalier

Honorable Mention First Team

ALL-DISTRICT TEAM > 1966-67 Mark Cooley 1977-78 Terry Miller 1978-79 Chuck Evans 1982-83 Cliff Higgins 1983-84 Cliff Higgins 1984-85 Mike Almeido 1984-85 Larry White

First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team

{ CURTIS SLAUGHTER, 2001-03 }

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H TEAMHISTORY CONFERENCE HONORS NABC/CHEVROLET ALL-DISTRICT 15 TEAM > 2000-01 Brian Heinle Second Team COACHING HONORS > Big Sky Coach of the Year

2000-01

Bobby Braswell

Big West Coach of the Year 2007-08 Bobby Braswell 2008-09 Bobby Braswell CCAA Coach of the Year

1977-78 1984-85

Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy

District-8 Coach of the Year

1982-83 1984-85

Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy

Kodak Division II West District Coach of the Year

1982-83

Pete Cassidy

SPECIAL HONORS > U.P.I. All-Pacific Coast Honorable Mention Team

1973-74

George Robnett

Southern California Division II Player of the Year By Southern California Sportscasters Association

1977-78

Terry Miller

All-American Game Participant NCAA Division II

1983

Cliff Higgins

NCAA Division II West Regional All-Tournament Team

1985 1985

Mike Almeido Larry White

Sports Scholars Award By Black Issues In Higher Education

1993

Andre Chevalier

First Team

MATADOR ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME > Men’s Basketball Inductees

1982 Jim Malkin (1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62) 1983 Paul McCracken (1970-71, 1971-72) 1985 Mark Cooley (1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67) 1987 George Robnett (1970-71, 1972-73, 1973-74) 1990 Cliff Higgins (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84) 1992 John “Jack” Dyck (1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75) 2004 Head Coach Pete Cassidy (1971-72 to 1995-96) 2009 Brian Heinle (1997-98 to 2000-01) MATADORS IN THE PROS > National Basketball Association

Loren Bracci - Atlanta Hawks Jason Crowe – Los Angeles Clippers Cliff Higgins – Golden State Warriors Paul McCracken – Houston Rockets Continental Basketball Association

Pat Bolden – Omaha Racers International Basketball Association

Damon Morbley – Omaha Racers Matadors Overseas

Ian Boylan

Markus Carr Calvin Chitwood Sean Coleman Jason Crowe Michael Dorsey Jack Dyck Mark Felix Willie Galick Fernando Good Jonathan Heard Brian Heinle Derrick Higgins Keith Higgins

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Ray Horwath Andre Larry Ron Kruidhof Andre Larry Eric Marcus Paul McCracken Jayme Miller Craig Nance Jeff Parris Thomas Shewmake Tremaine Townsend { IAN BOYLAN, 2001-05 }


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ANDRE CHEVALIER MOST VALUABLE PLAYER > 1986-87 Jimmy Daniels 1987-88 Pat Bolden 1988-89 Alan Fraser/Derrick Gathers 1989-90 Derrick Gathers 1990-91 Todd Bowser 1991-92 Keith Gibbs 1992-93 Andre Chevalier 1993-94 Andre Chevalier 1994-95 Michael Dorsey 1995-96 Ruben Oronoz 1996-97 Keith Higgins 1997-98 Mike O’Quinn 1998-99 Derrick Higgins 1999-00 Brian Heinle/Jeff Parris 2000-01 Markus Carr/Brian Heinle 2001-02 Markus Carr 2002-03 Curtis Slaughter 2003-04 Ian Boylan 2004-05 Ian Boylan 2005-06 Calvin Chitwood 2006-07 Thomas Shewmake 2007-08 Deon Tresvant 2008-09 Tremaine Townsend 2009-10 Kenny Daniels

{ PETER MICELLI, 1990-95 }

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER > 1986-87 Carl Cooper 1987-88 James Hecht 1988-89 Kendell McDaniels 1989-90 Percy Fisher 1990-91 Martin Smith 1991-92 Brian Kilian 1992-93 Peter Micelli 1993-94 Brent Lofton 1994-95 Trenton Cross 1995-96 Tom Samson 1996-97 Tom Samson 1997-98 Jeff Parris 1998-99 Brian Heinle 1999-00 Marco McCain 2000-01 Marco McCain 2001-02 Jermar Welch 2002-03 Chris Davis/Joseph Frazier 2003-04 Thomas Shewmake 2004-05 Austin Waggener 2006-07 Terrell Jones 2007-08 Jayme Miller 2008-09 Kenny Daniels 2009-10 Michael Lizarraga

MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER > 1986-87 Troy Dueker 1987-88 Carl Cooper 1988-89 Alan Fraser 1990-91 Kirk Scott 1991-92 James Morris 1992-93 Robert Hill 1993-94 Robert Hill 1994-95 Robert Hill 1995-96 Robert Hill 1996-97 Keith Higgins 1997-98 Carl Holmes 1998-99 Andre Larry 1999-00 Lionel Benjamin 2000-01 Lionel Benjamin 2001-02 Joseph Frazier 2002-03 Ian Boylan 2003-04 Michael Scott 2004-05 Joseph Frazier 2007-08 Willie Galick 2008-09 Josh Jenkins 2009-10 Rashaun McLemore DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR > 1987-88 Jemarl Baker 1988-89 Jermarl Baker 1989-90 Kendell McDaniels 1990-91 Sean Davis 1991-92 James Morris 1992-93 James Morris/Chris Yard 1993-94 Brooklyn McLinn 1994-95 Shane O’Doherty 1995-96 Trenton Cross 1996-97 Derrick Higgins 1997-98 Trenton Cross 1998-99 Derrick Higgins 1999-00 Carl Holmes 2000-01 Carl Holmes 2001-02 Markus Carr 2002-03 Joseph Frazier 2003-04 Ian Boylan 2004-05 Ian Boylan 2005-06 Rob Haynes 2006-07 Calvin Chitwood 2007-08 Tremaine Townsend 2008-09 Rob Haynes/Tremaine Townsend 2009-10 Willie Galick PETE CASSIDY COACH’S AWARD > 1987-88 Todd Bowser 1988-89 Karl Becker 1989-90 Kris Brodowski 1990-91 Peter Micelli 1991-92 Shelton Boykin 1992-93 Anthony Moten 1993-94 Chris Yard 1994-95 Peter Micelli 1995-96 Rod Stinson 1996-97 Matt Andrews 1997-98 Jason Crowe 1998-99 Hewitt Rolle 1999-00 Markus Carr

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MATADOR TEAM AWARDS


H TEAMHISTORY MATADOR TEAM AWARDS 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Carl Holmes Ian Boylan Michael Scott Bakari Altheimer Terrell Jones Keith Everage Jayme Miller Rob Haynes Tony Osunsanmi

KIWANIS SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD > 1986-87 James Carr 1987-88 Troy Dueker 1988-89 Alan Fraser 1989-90 Eugene Humphrey 1990-91 Todd Bowser 1991-92 Brian Kilian 1992-93 Brooklyn McLinn 1993-94 Shawn Stone 1994-95 Shawn Stone 1995-96 Matt Andrews 1996-97 William Davis 1997-98 Kevin Taylor 1998-99 Markus Carr 1999-00 Craig Calloway 2000-01 Joey Busch 2001-02 Michael Scott 2002-03 Dan Read 2003-04 Austin Waggener 2004-05 Calvin Chitwood NEWT MEYERS MEMORIAL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD > 2006-07 Calvin Chitwood 2007-08 Rob Haynes 2008-09 Mark Hill 2009-10 Vinnie McGhee BEST ASSIST AVERAGE > 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

Andre Chevalier Andre Chevalier Andre Chevalier Andre Chevalier Robert Hill Trenton Cross

MOST ASSISTS AWARD > 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

Lucky Grundy Lucky Grundy Markus Carr Markus Carr Markus Carr Markus Carr Curtis Slaughter Ian Boylan Ian Boylan Bakari Altheimer

DR. DISH AWARD [ASSISTS] > 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Rai Colston Josh Jenkins Josh Jenkins Mark Hill

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > 1992-93 Chris Yard 1993-94 Brent Lofton 1994-95 Brent Lofton 1995-96 Tom Samson BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > 1990-91 Kyle Kerlegan 1991-92 Andre Chevalier 1992-93 Andre Chevalier 1993-94 Andre Chevalier 1994-95 Ryan Martin 1995-96 Eric Gray BEST REBOUND AVERAGE > 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

Shelton Boykin Shelton Boykin Chris Yard Chris Yard Michael Dorsey Ruben Oronoz

TEAM CAPTAINS > 1993-94 Andre Chevalier/Peter Micelli 1994-95 Ryan Martin/Peter Micelli, Shane O’Doherty/Shawn Stone 1995-96 Eric Gray/Robert Hill/Ruben Oronoz 1996-97 Matt Andrews/Trenton Cross/Keith Higgins 1998-99 Derrick Higgins 2002-03 Lionel Benjamin/Ian Boylan 2003-04 Ian Boylan/Michael Scott 2004-05 Ian Boylan/Davin White 2006-07 Terrell Jones/Austin Waggener 2007-08 Calvin Chitwood/Jonathan Heard 2008-09 Rob Haynes/Tremaine Townsend BULLRING AWARD > 2004-05 BULL PIT AWARD > 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Austin Waggener

Jonathan Heard Terrell Jones Calvin Chitwood

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARDS [REBOUNDS] > 1996-97 Kevin Taylor 1997-98 Mike O’Quinn 1998-99 Brian Heinle 1999-00 Hewitt Rolle 2000-01 Brian Heinle 2001-02 Lionel Benjamin 2002-03 Lionel Benjamin 2003-04 Thomas Shewmake 2005-06 Thomas Shewmake 2006-07 Thomas Shewmake 2007-08 Tremaine Townsend 2008-09 Tremaine Townsend 2009-10 Lenny Daniel ALLSTATE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT > 1991-92 Andre Chevalier 1992-93 Andre Chevalier 1993-94 Andrew Chevalier 1994-95 Shane O’Doherty 1995-96 Tom Samson 1996-97 Tom Samson 1997-98 Dante Santiel 1998-99 Hewitt Rolle SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD > 1996-97 Gerald Rhoden 1997-98 Brian Heinle 1998-99 Carl Holmes 1999-00 Carl Holmes 2000-01 John Burrell 2001-02 Ian Boylan 2002-03 Ben Sullivan 2003-04 Terrell Jones 2004-05 Austin Waggener 2005-06 Terrell Jones 2006-07 Terrell Jones 2007-08 Matthew Wallace 2008-09 Willie Galick 2009-10 Bryce Smith

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{ CHRIS YARD, 1992-94 }


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DR. JOLENE KOESTER

University President Dr. Jolene Koester began her appointment as the fourth president of California State University, Northridge on July 1, 2000. At the time of her appointment, Koester had been serving as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs and professor of communication studies at California State University, Sacramento, a post she had held since 1993. Prior to her appointment as provost, she served in other executive positions in the academic affairs division at CSU Sacramento. She has been a faculty member since 1980. She earned a B.A. from the University of Minnesota, an M.A. in communication arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Ph.D. in speech communication from Minnesota. The author of several scholarly books and articles on intercultural and interpersonal communication and a former Fulbright Scholar, Koester has served on systemwide committees on Cornerstones (the California State University’s systemwide strategic plan), budget and accountability, and teacher preparation. The Minnesota native chaired CSU Sacramento’s NCAA accreditation study and was president of the Western States Communication Association. In 1998, Cal State Northridge celebrated its 40th anniversary as the only public university located in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, home to about 1.7 million residents.

Founded in 1958, the university has grown to include the 353-acre Northridge campus with over 34,000 diverse students and more than 3,800 employees. The university is one of the largest in the 23-campus California State University system. Cal State Northridge offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in more than 50 different majors.

RICK MAZZUTO

Athletic Director Rick Mazzuto was named Cal State Northridge Athletic Director on August 3, 2006, becoming the seventh athletic director in the Matadors’ 48-year history. Mazzuto comes to Northridge from Longwood University in Farmville, Va., where he served as athletic director since 2002. He has led the Lancers in the school’s transition from Division II to Division I, which began in March 2002. At Longwood, Mazzuto guided the program through many changes, including increases in operating budgets, scholarships and department personnel, while also overseeing scheduling, fundraising and marketing. Additionally, Mazzuto was instrumental in developing a comprehensive master plan for new athletic facilities and the complete renovation of some existing facilities. Prior to his days at Longwood, Mazzuto was the athletic director at Saint Mary’s in Moraga, Calif. from 1989 to 2000. He oversaw a $5-million budget and 16sport athletic program while with the Gaels. During his

time at SMC, the Gaels made three trips to the NCAA Tournament with their 1992 women’s soccer, 1997 men’s basketball and 1999 women’s basketball squads. Mazzuto began his athletic director career at Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y., where he managed the Gaels’ 20-sport program. While there, Iona participated in two NCAA Tournaments and National Invitational Tournaments in men’s basketball, as the school won a combined 13 conference championships. Mazzuto started at Iona in 1977, working for three years as the institution’s associate athletic director. Mazzuto has served on numerous committees during his career, including the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee from 1991 to 1997. He also has extensive community service activities, serving on the Board of Directors of both the Moraga and New Rochelle Rotary Clubs. Mazzuto currently serves on the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics and is on the Big West Compliance and Game Management Committee and is the administrative liaison to the Sports Information Directors. Mazzuto earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., where he began his career in intercollegiate athletics as the school’s sports information director for two years. He also served as SID at Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. for four years, and was the publicity director for the East Coast Conference for two years. Mazzuto is married to the former Janet Johnstone.

DR. TINA KIESLER

Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Tina Kiesler assumed the title of CSUN's Faculty Athletics Representative prior to the start of the 2010-11 academic year. Dr. Kiesler joined the faculty of Cal State University Northridge in 2002. She is currently an Associate Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Business Honors Program. Before joining CSUN, she was a faculty member or visiting faculty member at the University of Southern California (USC), Rutgers University, New York University (NYU), Universidad Catolica Portuguesa, Yale, UCLA and Columbia University. Dr. Kiesler received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and her PhD in Marketing Management from UCLA's Anderson Graduate of Management.

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N NORTHRIDGE MEDIA INFORMATION WELCOME > The members of the Cal State Northridge Media Relations Office appreciate your interest in the 201011 Matadors basketball team. We hope this media guide serves as your complete source to this year’s team and a history of Cal State Northridge Basketball. If you have any further questions, please call Bob Vazquez, Assistant Athletic Director (Media Relations), or any member of the Matadors Media Relations Office at 818-677-2313. CREDENTIALS > Requests for press, radio, television and photographers’ credentials should be addressed to Bob Vazquez, Assistant Athletic Director (Media Relations), Cal State Northridge, Athletic Department, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, Ca. 91330-8301, 818-6772313. The fax number is 818-677-4950. Requests will be mailed when time permits. Otherwise, they will be left at “Will Call” which is located in the lobby of The Matadome. MEDIA PARKING > Media parking passes, issued only in advance by the Athletic Media Relations Office, are for the University’s Lot G4. The entrances to Lot G4 are on the west side of Zelzah Avenue between Nordhoff and Plummer Streets. RADIO/TELEVISION LINES > Visiting radio stations (non-league opponents) must make arrangements through the Athletic Media Relations Office at least two weeks prior to the game. ALL calls must be either collect or billed to a calling credit card. CONTACTING COACHES > It is recommended that you set up your interviews

with head coach Bobby Braswell through the Media Relations Office at (818) 677-2313. SEASON INTERVIEWS > To arrange a player or coach, please contact the Media Relations Office at (818) 677-2313. The best time for short interviews is following daily practices in The Matadome, located in the Kinesiology building. No interviews will be permitted during daily practice sessions. Interviews on game days will only be granted after the conclusion of the contest. Telephone interviews are available to the media on a “call-back” basis only. Individual player telephone numbers or e-mail addresses WILL NOT be given to members of the media. Players are instructed NOT to conduct interviews when contacted directly by telephone. The Matador locker room and team training rooms are considered private team areas and are OFF-LIMITS to the media. POST GAME INTERVIEWS > At no time will the media be admitted into the Northridge locker room area. There will be a 10minute cooling down period after the contest. After that time, requests for interviews with Matador coaches and players will be coordinated by a representative from the Northridge Athletic Media Relations Office. The post-game press conference will be held in Room 104 at The Matadome. Visiting Sports Information Directors will be responsible for their coach and player interviews. INTERNET BROADCASTS > Every Cal State Northridge men’s basketball game during the 2010-11 season will be broadcast live via the internet at www.GoMatadors.com. Bill Courtland, will serve as the primary voice of the men’s basketball team for the fourth straight year.

{ ALAN ZINSMEISTER (L) AND BILL COURTLAND }

Courtland’s previous work has included stints with the Northridge women’s basketball team (2005-06), three seasons as Director of Broadcasting for the Long Beach Ice Dogs Hockey team, national championship coverage for USA Hockey and various sports at Cal Lutheran University. Courtland has also broadcast local sports events at the high school and community college levels via his own Internet radio station www.ibsu.net. Courtland received his Bachelor’s degree in English with honors from Cal State Northridge, where he also played on the men’s volleyball team. He has been involved in the field of court reporting education and captioning for the hearing-impaired for many years, and was the Director of Court Reporting at a private college in the Los Angeles area. He currently works on campus as a caption provider through the university’s National Center on Deafness. Working as a color commentator again this season is Alan Zinsmeister, a veteran of Northridge men’s basketball broadcasts. Zinsmeister will handle selected radio play-by-play contests and will work alongside Courtland during all home games. Zinsmeister is in his seventh season broadcasting Matador basketball.

MEDIA RELATIONS Bob Vazquez

Matt Monroe

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR - MEDIA RELATIONS

ASSOCIATE MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR

818-677-2313 cell: 510-673-9521 fax: 677-4950 The Matadome: 677-4702 bobbyv@csun.edu

818-677-3247 matthew.c.monroe@csun.edu Men’s/Women’s Volleyball, Men’s/Women’s Golf, Track & Field Geoff Herberg

Entering his fourth season at CSUN ... Worked nearly 24 years as Media Relations Director at Stanford University ... Oversees the publicity efforts of the Matador's 18-sport intercollegiate athletic program ... A member of the CSUN Hall of Fame Committee ... Winner of 20 press guide awards by CoSIDA ... Received a CoSIDA 25-year Award in 2003 ... Has been media coordinator at numerous NCAA National and Regional Tournaments as well as Pac-10 Championships ... Spent six years (1977-83) as Sports Information Director at UC Santa Barbara ... Prior to UCSB, held various positions in the broadcasting industry in San Diego. ... A member of CoSIDA, and the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) ... A member of the Special Awards Committee (CoSIDA) ... A 1972 graduate of San Diego State with a B.S. Degree in Radio/Television Journalism.

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ASSISTANT MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR

818-677-3243 geoffrey.herberg@csun.edu Women’s Basketball, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Tennis, Softball Eric Bankston MEDIA RELATIONS ASSISTANT

{ THE MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF }

818-677-3860 eric.bankston@csun.edu Men’s Soccer, Baseball, Swimming Braden Villanueva MEDIA RELATIONS ART DIRECTOR

818-677-6634 braden.o.villanueva@csun.edu


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Cal State Northridge Directory USU Ticket Office Mailing Address: Athletic Department 18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge, Ca. 91330-8301 ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION > Rick Mazzuto DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Tina Kiesler FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE Tom Ford ASSOCIATE A.D., EXTERNAL RELATIONS Ashlie Kite ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Janet Pinneau ASSOCIATE A.D./SWA/STUDENT SERVICES Lauree Floback ATHLETICS DIRECTOR, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT LeeAnna Berkeland ACCOUNT TECHICIAN Karen Mariglia ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT COORDINATOR Cynthia Morgan ADMINSTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT Angelique Odom ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT Joyce Scanlin ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ACADEMIC SUPPORT > Fax Mandie McConkey ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT COORDINATOR Lara Kehkedjian ACADEMIC ADVISOR Michelle Almazan ACADEMIC ADVISOR Brett Sanders ACADEMIC SPECIALIST Larry O’Connor ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

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ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT > Jerry DeFelice, DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT/STUDENT SERV. 3935 BUSINESS AFFAIRS > Kimberly Siemen ASST. A.D., BUSINESS AFFAIRS COMPLIANCE > Julie Sandoval DIRECTOR OF COMPLIANCE

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FACILITIES > Fax Mark Adamiak FACILTIES MANAGER Howard Garcia EVENTS MANAGER

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MARKETING > Erin Kiser ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/MARKETING 2683 Corporate Partnershiups, Cheerleading Squad/Matador Director/Marketing & Pep Band Advisor, Guest Promotions Appearances MEDIA RELATIONS > Fax Bob Vazquez ASST. A.D./MEDIA RELATIONS

4950 2313 cell: 510-673-9521 Men’s Basketball, Women’s Water Polo Matt Monroe ASSOCIATE MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR 3247 Men’s/Women’s Volleyball, Men’s/Women’s Golf, Men’s/Women’s Track & Field

All extensions are (818) 677- _ _ _ _ Geoff Herberg ASSISTANT MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR 3243 Women’s Basketball, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Tennis, Softball Eric Bankston MEDIA RELATIONS ASSISTANT 3860 Men’s Soccer, Men’s/Women’s Swimming, Baseball Braden Villanueva MEDIA RELATIONS ART DIRECTOR 6634 Baseball Press Box 4292 Basketball Press Box 4702 Softball Press Box 2988 Volleyball Press Box 4702 ATHLETIC TRAINING > Fax Steve Grech DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE Sarah Lyons ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Erick Buitrago ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Dunford Rodill ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Brittany Beckwith GRADUATE ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER TEAM PHYSICANS > Dr. Rick Sletten GENERAL PHYSICIAN

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING > Fax Daniel Kohn HEAD STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH Jeff Crelling ASSISTANT, STRENGTH & CONDITIONIN BASEBALL > Fax Matt Curtis HEAD COACH Tim Leary ASSISTANT COACH Shaun Larkin ASSISTANT COACH Andy Wilson VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Tom Hutchison DIRECTOR OF BASEBALL OPERATIONS Baseball Field MEN’S BASKETBALL > Fax Bobby Braswell HEAD COACH Bob Lowe ASSISTANT COACH Danny Sprinkle ASSISTANT COACH Jay Morris ASSISTANT COACH Lior Schwartzburg DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL > Fax Jason Flowers HEAD COACH Bryan Camacho ASSISTANT COACH Lindsey Foster ASSISTANT COACH Christine Collins-Kiernan ASSISTANT COACH MEN’S GOLF > Fax Jim Bracken HEAD COACH WOMEN’S GOLF > Fax Bonnie Murphy HEAD COACH

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N NORTHRIDGE ATHLETIC TRAINING CENTER & WEIGHT ROOM THE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY Northridge Sports Medicine staff is charged with the responsibility of providing the highest quality medical care to the more than 400 student-athletes that participate in 20 intercollegiate athletic teams in the most efficient manner possible. This responsibility includes administering to the health and welfare of the student-athlete on a daily basis and measuring their readiness for athletic competition. In conjunction with the Addie Koltz Student Health Center, the sports medicine staff provides daily services in the prevention, immediate care and management of athletic injuries and illnesses. Thanks to a generous donation from the Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center and its parent company, Tenet Foundation, it was possible for the 2,500 square-foot Athletic Training Center to be built. The Center opened in September, 2000, and almost quadrupled the size of the old facility. The Sports Medicine staff

Steven Grech DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE

818-677-3237 steven.grech@csun.edu

Daniel Kohn STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH

818-677-6359 daniel.kohn@csun.edu

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includes the certified athletic trainers, athletic training students, team physicians and a wide variety of medial specialists. Director of Sports Medicine, Steven Grech, is joined by assistant athletic trainers Sarah Lyons, Erick Buitrago, Dunford Rodill and Brittany Beckwith. Northridge’s doctors include Orthopedists Dr. Domenick Sisto and Dr. Brett Leake, as well as sports medicine physicians Dr. Eric Sletten and Dr. James Ting. Aimie Kachingwe, PT and Ira Schneider, DC provide physical therapy and chiropractic services, respectively. The Athletic Training Center is located in Redwood Hall and features electronic therapeutic modalities, rehabilitation equipment, and a physician’s exam room. Redwood Hall also houses Northridge’s strength and conditioning room. Headed by coach Daniel Kohn, the strength and conditioning room contains a wide array of weightlifting and exercise equipment for all of the studentathlete’s needs. ■


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THE NORTHRIDGE COMMUNITY THE AREA SURROUNDING California State University, Northridge offers a variety of recreational opportunities for students. Cal State Northridge, located in sunny Southern California, is a centrally located point to many of Los Angeles’ famous attractions. The Cal State Northridge campus is situated in Northridge, a suburb in the San Fernando Valley. The Valley is home to over 1.7 million people. Northridge itself is a warm community of approximately 90,000 people, located within Los Angeles County. The California coastline is beautiful up and down the state, especially the Southern California beaches. From Santa Monica to Malibu to

Flags Magic Mountain and Knotts Berry Farm. The television and movie production center of Hollywood is about 30 minutes south of Cal State Northridge; in fact, the campus itself has been used numerous times for location shots, including the recent film “Sky High” and television shows “Commander in Chief” and “Criminal Minds.” Famous studios like CBS, NBC and Universal have tours that show how television and movie productions are made. Getting tickets to see a filming of “American Idol,” or “The Tonight Show” would make a fun outing for anyone. For those who enjoy professional sports, Los Angeles is famous for its teams.

National League West, and the 2002 World Series Champion Anaheim Angels, members of the American League West. The famous New Year’s traditions, the Tournament of Roses Parade and the Rose Bowl football game, are both held in nearby Pasadena. Los Angeles is also wellknown for its theater. You'll find the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, which is home to the new Broadway show “The Producers.” Plays like “Cats,” “Les Miserables” and “Phantom of the Opera” have enjoyed long runs in Los Angeles, with more theater being produced in Los Angeles every year. The Cal State Northridge Theatre

Whether it’s sandy beaches, snowy slopes or just great entertainment, you’ll find it all within a short drive of the Cal State Northridge campus. What more could a college student want? Redondo and beyond, the beaches are miles and miles of sand, sun and surf. And, for those who enjoy the snow, several very good local ski areas are a short one- to twohour drive north of Cal State Northridge. What more could a college student want? Not only is CSUN close enough to beaches and ski areas for weekend getaways, but the cultural attractions in nearby Los Angeles are interesting and enlightening. There is The Music Center, The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, The California Museum of Science and Industry, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Getty Center and a host of other attractions. For those who might happen to enjoy the thrills and fun of amusement parks, Northridge is a close drive to Disneyland, Six

STAPLES Center, which has a seating capacity of 21,000, is home to the 16-time World Champion Los Angeles Lakers and the L.A. Clippers of the National Basketball Association. It also hosts the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League, the Los Angeles Avengers of the Arena Football League and the two-time WNBA Champion Los Angeles Sparks. STAPLES Center is located 40 minutes south of campus, adjacent to the Los Angeles Convention Center in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Major League Baseball has Southern California representatives in both the National and American leagues, including the six-time World Series Champion Los Angeles Dodgers, members of the

Department also has close ties and works with professional drama troupes. For music lovers, the Los Angeles area is fortunate to feature live performances for every musical taste. Major concerts are held year-round at the Universal Amphitheatre, The Great Western Forum and the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. Evening summer concert series that feature Philharmonics and pop artists can be heard at The Hollywood Bowl, Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Pacific Amphitheater and the Greek Theater. All in all, Northridge and the Los Angeles area have a lot to offer anyone. From sporting events to roller coasters, from plays to museums, there’s always something exciting to do in Los Angeles.

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N NORTHRIDGE THIS IS CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE MISSION

FACTS

California State University, Northridge exists to enable students to realize their educational goals. The University’s first priority is to promote the welfare and intellectual progress of students. To fulfill this mission, we design programs and activities to help students develop the academic competencies, professional skills, critical and creative abilities, and ethical values of learned persons who live in a democratic society, an interdependent world, and a technological age; we seek to foster a rigorous and contemporary understanding of the liberal arts, sciences, and professional disciplines.

LOCATION: Cal State Northridge is located in the northeast San Fernando Valley of suburban Los Angeles.

WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY?

ENROLLMENT (Fall 2008): 36,208

FOUNDED: 1958 (as San Fernando Valley State College) Changed name to California State University, Northridge, on June 1, 1972. MASCOT & COLORS: Cal State Northridge's mascot is the Matador. The school colors are Red, Black and White. CAMPUS SIZE: 353 acres

Part of the 23-campus California State University system, Cal State Northridge is the only public university located in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley (If incorporated, the area with 1.7 million resident would be the fifth largest city in the United States). The main Northridge campus covers 353 acres and has about four million square feet of facilities, including about two dozen major buildings and more than 100 in total. Campus physical assets are valued at more than $613 million. The physical heart of the campus is the Oviatt Library with more than one million volumes. Cal State Northridge also operates a satellite campus in adjoining Ventura County. Cal State Northridge, accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, is one of the largest higher education institutions in California and is the third-largest public university in L.A. County after UCLA and Long Beach State. CSUN enrolled just over 36,000 students in Fall 2008, with about 1,900 faculty and a staff of nearly 2,100.

FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT (FTE): 28,460 UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: 30,237 GRADUATE STUDENTS: 5,971 DEGREES OFFERED: Bachelor's: 61, Master's: 42

A MESSAGE FROM DR. JOLENE KOESTER During the 2008-09 academic year, the university celebrated its 50th anniversary and “50 years of lifechanging opportunity.” While the university has undergone tremendous growth and transformation during its first half-century of service, the one constant throughout its history is a distinguished record of accomplishment as a regionally focused, nationally recognized institution of higher learning, and a tradition of commitment to student success and excellence. The university web site (www.csun.edu) provides a window into the wide breadth of academic programs available to students and our extensive work in the community. If you are a prospective student, you will find useful information about our many outstanding academic programs, and the available activities and opportunities that will enrich your studies here. (And, of course, you can apply online once you have decided to join our campus community!) Continuing students will find resources that are important to their coursework and their goal of reaching graduation. Faculty and staff will find resources they need to do their work effectively. And all visitors will find a steady stream of interesting information about the many programs, achievements

and initiatives that make Cal State Northridge a leader among higher education institutions. Whatever your reasons for coming to our web site (www.csun.edu), I hope you find your visit both productive and personally enriching.

Fernando Valley State College, with about 3,300 students and 104 faculty. On June 1, 1972, the college was renamed California State University, Northridge, by action of the state Legislature and the Board of Trustees of the California State University.

Dr. Jolene Koester President, California State University, Northridge

➤ CSUN students have good things to say about their experiences at the University. In a recent survey of CSUN students: 86 percent said they were satisfied with their overall experience at Cal State Northridge; 87 percent said they were satisfied with the overall quality of instruction; and about two-thirds said they would choose CSUN again as a University.

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE HISTORY In fall 1956, the San Fernando Valley campus of the Los Angeles State College of Applied Arts and Sciences (later Cal State Los Angeles) was established on the present Northridge site. Soon after, the state Legislature passed Assembly Bill 971, which provided for the campus to separate from its parent college. On July 1, 1958, the founding date of the present university, the institution became San

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CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE, as the only public university in the San Fernando Valley region, each year graduates thousands of students who go on to very successful careers in a wide variety of disciplines. Many of the university's graduates also rise to the peak of their fields and become well known public figures. Below is a sampling of some of Northridge's prominent alumni.

ACTORS [ PAULA ABDUL ]

[ RICHARD DREYFUSS ]

[ RICHARD ALARCON ]

Lesley Boone, Richard Dreyfuss, Jenna Elfman, Robert Englund, Bob Eubanks, Teri Garr, Phil Hartman, Helen Hunt, Chris Kattan, Cheech Marin, Eva Mendes, Eve Plumb, Larry Wilcox and Debra Winger

SINGERS AND MUSICIANS

[ JENNA ELFMAN ]

[ DIRK GATES ]

[ SUE HERERA ]

Paula Abdul, Daryl Dragon (Captain & Tennille), Andy Summers (the Police), opera star Carol Vaness, songwriter Diane Warren and Tim Weisberg

MEDIA AND JOURNALISM

[ SCOTT HOROWITZ ]

[ HELEN HUNT ]

[ CHRIS KATTAN ]

➤ Frank del Olmo, Los Angeles Times Associate Editor ➤ Thom Ferro, Executive Vice President, Westwood One radio ➤ Bill Griffeth, Ron Insana and Sue Herera of CNBC cable ➤ Robert Hilburn, Los Angeles Times pop music critic ➤ Dennis McCarthy, Los Angeles Daily News columnist

ENTERTAINMENT EXECUTIVES, PRODUCERS, DIRECTORS

[ CHEECH MARIN ]

[ EVA MENDES ]

[ IRENE TOVAR ]

➤ Michael Bessolo, Senior V.P Marketing, Walt Disney Records ➤ Michael Grillo, Head of Features Productions, Dreamworks SKG ➤ Don Hahn, Executive Producer of “The Lion King” and other Disney animated features

➤ Mark Lester, movie director ➤ Del Mayberry, Executive Vice President & CFO, Fox Networks Group

GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS ➤ Richard Alarcon, California State Senator ➤ Linda Lingle, Governor of Hawaii ➤ Silverio Robledo, Former Mayor, City of San Fernando

EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SERVICES ➤ Yvonne Chan, charter school pioneer ➤ Irene Tovar, heads the largest housing and Head Start programs in Los Angeles; first Latina to be appointed to statewide position

CEOS, PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVES ➤ Stephen Bollenbach, CEO of Hilton Hotels ➤ Dirk Gates, President and CEO of Xircom ➤ Stanford Kurland, President and CEO of Countrywide Home Loans ➤ Larry Twersky, Founder of 1-800-DENTIST and President, Futuredontics ➤ Alex Yemenidjian, CEO of MGM Grand

ALUMNI IN SPACE… THE FINAL FRONTIER ➤ Scott Horowitz, NASA space shuttle astronaut ➤ John Stoltz, inventor of the transponder landing system ➤ Jeri Taylor, creator of “Star Trek Voyager”

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THIS IS CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE // PROMINENT ALUMNI

PROMINENT ALUMNI


N NORTHRIDGE A HISTORY OF SUCCESS MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS >>

2003 2005

BASEBALL >

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

NCAA Division I, II

SWIMMING & DIVING >

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1970 1984

Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1965 1970 1971 1972 1973 1981 1990 1996 2002

Stan Chamofsky Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bill Kernan Mike Batesole Mike Batesole

BASKETBALL > CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1970-71 1971-72 1977-78 1978-79 1984-85 2000-01 2007-08 2008-09

Jerry Ball Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell

CROSS COUNTRY >

FOOTBALL > Tom Keefe Bob Burt

GOLF > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1969 1973 1974

Bill Cullum Bill Cullum Bill Cullum

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Jim Bracken

TENNIS > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1969 TRACK & FIELD > Cliff Abel

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOOR

1974 1975 1976 1984 1995 1996 2004 2005 2007 2009 2010

Cliff Abel Cliff Abel Cliff Abel Bill Webb Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz

WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS >>

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1968 1969

Frozena Jerro

CROSS COUNTRY > 1976 Barbara Swerkes

SOCCER >

GOLF >

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad

2003 2004

1983 1984 1985 1987

Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1993 1994 1995 1998 2010

Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Janet Sherman Janet Sherman Roni Sparrey

SWIMMING & DIVING > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982 1987 1988 1989

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

BASKETBALL > 1998-99

SOFTBALL > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

GYMNASTICS >

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

NCAA Division I, II

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

2000

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

1975 Chris Johnson Chris Johnson Chris Johnson Chris Johnson

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1983 1990

1975 1977 1978 1979 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOOR

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1973 1974 1975 1976

Terry Davila Terry Davila

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 TENNIS > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Bonnie Murphy Bonnie Murphy

1982

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

1986 1996 2001

Tony Davila Gary Victor

TRACK & FIELD > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOOR

*1978 *1979 *1980

Barbara Swerkes Barbara Swerkes Barbara Swerkes

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: INDOORS

1999 2007

Don Strametz Don Strametz

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOORS

1995 1996 1997 1999 2000 2002 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz

VOLLEYBALL > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

*1980 1983 1987

Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1980 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1996

Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Dr. Lian Lu *Denotes AIAW National Titles

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

GYMNASTICS > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982

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1982 1984 1985

WATER POLO > 2009 Molly Barnes 2010 Marcello Leonardi


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HALL OF FAME: A TRADITION OF SUCCESS MANY OUTSTANDING STUDENT-ATHLETES HAVE WORN the Matador colors of Red, White and Black since the Cal State University opened its doors in 1958. An elite list of 108 student-athletes have been inducted into the Cal State Northridge Athletic Hall of Fame. NAME BASEBALL > Lyman Bostock Henry “Hank” Clark Craig Clayton Terry Craven Paul Edmondson Marty Friedman Jeff Gilbert Perry Husband Adam Kennedy Bob LoPresti Douglas McKenzie Michael O’Hara Rondal Rollin Frank Slaton Jason Thompson 1970 National Championship Team

INDUCTED IN 1981 1988 1999 2010 1981 1985 1984 2004 2001 1983 1992 1993 1987 2001 1982 2009

MEN’S BASKETBALL > Pete Cassidy HEAD COACH Mark Cooley Jack Dyck Brian Heinle Cliff Higgins Jim Malkin Paul McCracken George Robnett

2004 1985 1992 2009 1990 1982 1983 1987

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL > Patricia De La Riva

2001

FENCING > Muriel Bower

{ DICK ENBERG }

1984

FOOTBALL > Dick Billingsley Sherdrick Bonner Marcus Brady Steve Duddy Jack Elway Patrick Hauser Doug Jones Mike Kane Bruce Lemmerman Joel Schaeffer Brian Wagner Mel Wilson 1967 Junior Rose Bowl Team MEN’S GOLF > Rex Caldwell Ben Graham Jeff Harrier Geoff Knowles Dan Pouliot Vic Wilk

1983 1998 2009 1991 1995 1990 1982 1992 1981 2001 1993 1984 2010 { BOB SAMUELSON } 1981 1990 1984 1999 1991 1990

WOMEN’S GOLF > Joyce Deese Benson

1984

MEN’S GYMNASTICS > Richard Grigsby Rusty Rock

1981 1983

MEN’S SOCCER > Marwan Ass’ad HEAD COACH Michael McAndrew Jose Perez

2008 1992 1993

SOFTBALL > Debbie Dickman-Crofts Barbara Jordan Stacy Lim Scia Maumausolo Michelle McAnany Beth Onestinghel-Woll Patricia Rouse-Becker Kathy (Kat Slaten-Ayala) Kathy Toerner Gary Torgeson HEAD COACH

2004 1995 1993 2001 1991 2009 2010 1992 1990 1994

MEN’S SWIMMING > Pete Accardy Herb Bishop Craig Dinkel Bruce Dodge Bob Gaona Michael Hamm Jeff Kubiak John Larson Jeff Thornton

1994 1987 1985 1985 1982 1986 2009 1981 1988

WOMEN’S SWIMMING > Michelle Hampton Christa Lawrence Tracy McCluskey Rose Maggie Sundberg-Negron

1990 1992 1994 1987

MEN’S TENNIS > Tony Davila HEAD COACH

2004

Steve Messmer

1982

WOMEN’S TENNIS > Heidi Rose

1995

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD > Stephen Brodi Ed Chaidez Clarence Frazier Garrett Noel

1988 1983 1983 2010

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD > Darcy Arreola Lange Alice Brown Julie Brown Jacqueline Hansen Pam Spencer-Marquez Dr. Barbara Swerkes HEAD COACH

1998 1986 1981 1988 1985 2009

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Coley Kyman Bob Samuelson

2004 1994

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Angela Binton-Collins Rosemarie Finnigan Rahn Diana Hoffman Mary Perry Mary Jane Smith-Waldman

1993 2001 1981 1984 1986

SPECIAL INDUCTEES > Dr. Glenn Arnett Dr. Judy Brame Joe Buttitta Stephen Burnett Dr. Lester Cohn Dr. James Cleary Dr. Lennin Glass Dick Enberg Bob Hiegert Dorothea “Granny” Heitz Dr. Rhonda Hyatt Phillip Munroe Dr. Edmund Peckham Dr. E. Ann Stitt Virginia White Dale Williams Dr. Sam Winningham

1981 2001 1982 1988 1988 1991 1988 1981 1998 2010 1999 1986 1992 1990 1985 1986 1987

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VINNIE MCGHEE

“Cal State Northridge has a distinguished record of accomplishment as a regionally focused, nationally recognized institution of higher learning, and a tradition of commitment to student success and excellence.” – Dr. Jolene Koester University President

THE UNIVERSITY

➤ Beautiful weather and a beautiful campus ➤ Commitment to teaching, scholarship, and active learning ➤ Commitment to Excellence ➤ Respect for All People ➤ Alliances with the Community ➤ Encouragement of Innovation, Experimentation, and Creativity

ATHLETICS

➤ Cal State Northridge is one of the most respected collegiate athletic programs in the nation. Since joining the ranks of NCAA Division I competition in 1991, Matador teams have enjoyed success on the conference and national levels. ➤ 18 (10 women, 8 men) compete in the Big West Conference and the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, two of the most respected conferences in the nation. ➤ Since advancing to the NCAA Division I level in 1991, Cal State Northridge has won 42 league championships, and claimed three NCAA individual titles. Two NCAA teams have finished as runnerups in men’s volleyball (1993) and softball (1994). ➤ Three former Matador student-athletes have claimed NCAA titles. The list includes: Reindell Cole who captured the NCAA indoor long jump chamionship in 2008. Darcy Arreola captured the NCAA track & field title in the 1,500 meters in 1991, and in 2007, DaShalle Andrews captured the national title in the long jump. ➤ Prior to 1991, Cal State Northridge competed on the NCAA Division II level. CSUN, during that time, captured 30 NCAA titles which still ranks third at the D-II level. ➤ Several former Cal State Northridge studentathletes have competed in international competition including the Olympics. The list includes Olympic gold medal winners Valerie Briscoe-Hooks, and Florence Griffith-Joyner. At the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia, former Matador volleyball player Axel Hager won the bronze medal for Germany in beach volleyball.

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