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C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Aaron Hall

Rosters • Scores Statistics • Schedules Credits The 2010-11 C.W. Post men’s basketball guide was written, edited and designed by the C.W. Post Athletic Media Relations Office. Design and layout by Jill Fisher using InDesign CS3 and Photoshop CS3. Special thanks to Chris Casey, Sarah Ralls and Patrick McWalters for their assistance. Individual headshots, cover photos and action photography by Joe Rogate, Brian Ballweg, Rich Slattery, and Rich Formica. Cover design by Jill Fisher. Printing and color separations by Evans Printing, Concord, N.H.

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200910 C.W. POST MEN’S BASKETBALL

For more Pioneers info: Visit www.cwpostpioneers.com

2010-11 C.W. Post Men’s Basketball/Quick Facts.........1 C.W. Post Basketball Quick Facts/Directions .........2 Long Island/New York City ........................................3 Pioneers in the Community .........................................4 This is C.W. Post .............................................................5 Head Coach Chris Casey ......................................... 6-7 Assistant Coaches ..................................................... 8-9 Season Outlook......................................................10-11 2010-11 C.W. Post Roster .........................................12 Radio/TV Roster..........................................................13 Deshawn Gibbons .......................................................14 Aaron Hall ....................................................................15 Gil Montalvo ................................................................16 James Mutlu/Kyle Byrons ..........................................17 Billy Butler ....................................................................18 Jonathan Kohler...........................................................19 Stefan Bonneau/William Slinkosky .........................20 Tobin Carberry/Tyreak Johnson..............................21 Vaughn Allen/Amir Tarif ..........................................22 This is Pioneer Basketball ..........................................25 2009-10 Final Statistics ..............................................26 2009-10 Game Highs ..................................................27 East Coast Conference ...............................................28 All-Time Pioneer Roster ......................................29-30 All-Time Records ........................................................31 Pioneers vs. Opponents ......................................32-38 Year-By-Year Results ............................................39-44 Pioneers History ..........................................................45 LIU/C.W. Post Administration ................................46 Director of Athletics Bryan Collins .........................47 C.W. Post Athletics Staff ...........................................48


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C.W. POST AT A GLANCE Location.......................................................................Brookville, N.Y. 11548 Founded .......................................................................................................... 1954 President.......................................................................... Dr. David Steinberg Provost .................................................................................. Dr. Paul Forestell Enrollment .................................................................................................... 8,472 Nickname .............................................................................................. Pioneers Colors .......................................................................................... Green & Gold Athletics Director ................................... Bryan Collins (516) 299-2847 Faculty Athletic Rep. .........................Dr. Sean Grennan (516) 299-2592 Affiliation .............................................................................. NCAA II, ECAC Head Trainer ...................................... Elizabeth Zanolli (516) 299-2624 Athletics Administrative Asst ..... Marie Guarnieri (516) 299-2288 Equipment Manager..................................... Bob Sugar (516) 299-2676 Asst. Director of Athletic Media Relations/Men’s Basketball Contact ............................................................................................Jill Fisher (516) 299-4156 Athletic Department Fax............................................. (516) 299-3155 SID Fax ................................................................................. (516) 299-2844 Fisher E-Mail ........................................................... jillian.fisher@liu.edu C.W. Post Athletics Web Site........... www.cwpostpioneers.com

MEN’S BASKETBALL INFORMATION Conference .............................................East Coast Conference Head Coach .. Chris Casey (Western Connecticut State ‘86) Phone Number .................................................. (516) 299-2939 Best Time to Reach Casey ...................................... Afternoons Record at C.W. Post.................................................................0-0 Overall Collegiate Coaching Record ............................... 27-46 Assistant Coaches ..... Mark Rybczyk, Matt Allen, Dan Mark Basketball Operations ....................................... Kareem Brown Home Court (Capacity) ...... Pratt Recreation Center (3,000) 2009-10 Record................................................. 23-6 (18-3 ECC) Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...............................................6/8 Starters Returning/Lost ..........................................................4/1

The C.W. Post Athletic Media Relations Office welcomes members of the media covering Pioneer women’s basketball during the 2010-2011 season. If we can be of any assistance to you throughout the year, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Sarah Ralls

Jill Fisher

Director of Athletic Media Relations sarah.ralls@liu.edu

Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations jillian.fisher@liu.edu

Pat McWalters Graduate Assistant patrick.mcwalters@liu.edu

DIRECTIONS TO PRATT RECREATION CENTER (www.liu.edu/directions) FROM NEW YORK CITY • Take Queens-Midtown Tunnel to the Long Island Expressway (I-495) east • Exit at 39 (Glen Cove Rd.) and make a left at the light onto Glen Cove Road. Proceed north 1-1.5 miles to Northern Blvd. (Rte. 25A) • Turn right (east) on Northern Blvd. and travel two miles to the C.W. Post Campus • Pass the first entrance and turn right at the next light (East Gate) • Take Gold Coast Road for 1/2 mile; Pratt Recreation Center is on right FROM POINTS NORTH • Take most convenient south parkway, turnpike or thruway to the Throgs Neck Bridge • Proceed over bridge to the Long Island Expressway (I-495) east and follow the directions above FROM POINTS EAST ON LONG ISLAND • Take Long Island Expressway (I-495) west to exit 41N (Rte. 106/107) • Turn right at light and proceed north on 107 to Northern Blvd. (Rte. 25A) • Turn left (west) on Northern Blvd. and travel to first traffic light • Turn left at light onto the C.W. Post Campus and follow Gold Coast Road 1/2 mile; Pratt Recreation Center is on the right.

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LONG ISLAND/NEW YORK CITY

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pioneers in the community

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15 Teams

389 Student-Athletes 2,640 hours of community service

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The C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University is known for small classes and personal attention from dedicated and highly credentialed professors. C.W. Post offers more than 250 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs, many of which carry the endorsement of the world’s top accrediting agencies, including the American Psychological Association, the American Library Association, AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, and many more.

SCHOOLS OF STUDY The C.W. Post Campus includes six schools of study: the College of Information and Computer Science, including the acclaimed Palmer School of Library and Information Science; the College of Management, including the schools of Business, Professional Accountancy and Public Service; the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, with 13 academic departments; the School of Education; the School of Health Professions and Nursing, and the School of Visual and Performing Arts. For more information visit our Web site at www.liu.edu/academics.

FIRSTRATE FIRST RATE FACILITIES The safe and secure, 307-acre C.W. Post Campus is widely acclaimed for its scenic beauty and distinguished architecture. Its academic, cultural and recreational facilities include three art galleries, 80 student organizations, the world-class Tilles Center for the Performing Arts and a premier research library with more than three million volumes.

IDEAL LOCATION C.W. Post is located on Long Island in the Village of Brookville, one of the most sought-after residential communities in the United States. Our location, just 10 minutes by car from the Long Island Expressway, means that you can quickly get to major shopping malls, beautiful beaches, parks and gardens, historic landmarks that include the former homes of U.S. presidents, multiplex movie theaters, sports centers, planetariums and museums. The campus is just 50 minutes from the corporate and entertainment capital of the world – New York City.

PERSONALIZED EDUCATION The academic and personal support provided to C.W. Post students is second to none. Each undergraduate is assigned to a full-time, professional academic counselor to help them stay on course to successful completion of their degrees. C.W. Post’s award-winning Cooperative Education program provides students with the opportunity for internships related to their studies, and the Office of Professional Experience and Career Planning maintains a wide array of services to help graduates enter meaningful and rewarding careers.

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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE


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CHRIS CASEY Head Coach • First Season •

head coach chris casey

Western Connecticut ‘86 Chris Casey, a former assistant men’s basketball coach at Division I St. John’s University, was selected as C.W. Post’s head men’s basketball coach following a nationwide search in May 2010 Casey becomes the ninth head coach to take over the Pioneer program, which has qualified for the NCAA Tournament twice in the last three years, including an appearance in the Elite Eight Tournament in 2009. Casey spent the last six years on the men’s basketball staff at St. John’s under former head coach Norm Roberts, serving the first two seasons as the Director of Operations before being promoted to Assistant Coach. During his tenure at St. John’s, Casey played a large role on Roberts’ staff as he was responsible for recruiting, opponent scouting, player development, on-court instruction and practice and game preparation. Casey’s first season as an assistant coach proved to be one of significance for the Red Storm. St. John’s made a return to the BIG EAST Championship Tournament for the first time since 2003, posted its first winning record (16-15) since that season, collected the most victories since its 21-13 campaign four years ago and compiled its best conference record (7-9) since 2003 as well. In 2008-09, Casey’s guidance helped the Red Storm equal that win total, propelling the squad to its first BIG EAST Tournament victory in six years and a postseason appearance in the CBI. Casey came to St. John’s from Central Connecticut State University, where he spent three seasons as the Blue Devils’ top assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. He was also responsible for game preparation, player development and on-the-floor coaching at CCSU. During his tenure with the Blue Devils, the team won the 2002 Northeast Conference championship and earned a berth in the 2002 NCAA Tournament. In 2003, Casey was named an AFLAC National Assistant Coach of the Year. In his three years with Central Connecticut State, the team averaged nearly 19 wins per year. The team’s league record during those years was 40-16, and the Blue Devils advanced to two NEC Championship games. At CCSU, Casey worked with forward Corsley Edwards, who was selected by the Sacramento Kings in the second round of the 2003 National Basketball Association

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THE CASEY FILE Coaching Experience • 2010-present • 2006-10 • 2004-06 • 2001-04 • 1998-2001 • 1990-98 • 1989-90 • 1988-89 • 1986-88

Head Coach C.W. Post Assistant Coach St John’s Director of Basketball Operations St. John’s Assistant Coach Central Connecticut Head Coach Rutgers-Newark Assistant Coach St. Peter’s Assistant Coach St. Francis Assistant Coach Western Connecticut Graduate Assistant Coach Central Connecticut

Year-by-Year Collegiate Head Coaching Record 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01

5-19 8-16 14-11

Total

27-46

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Qualified for ECAC tournament

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Draft, the first-ever selection for a Blue Devil player. In addition, two student-athletes, Edwards and Ron Robinson, were named the league’s player of the year during his tenure. Casey joined the staff at Central Connecticut State after serving as the head coach at Rutgers UniversityNewark for three seasons, from 1998-99 to 2000-01. In his third year with the Scarlet Raiders, he led the team to its second postseason appearance since 1985. The team matched the school record for victories in the regular season and the Raiders qualified for the ECAC Postseason Tournament. For his efforts, Casey was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. Prior to his time at Rutgers, Casey was an assistant basketball coach at St. Peter’s College for eight years. He served as the team’s recruiting coordinator and helped land seven allconference players and two players who were named the conference’s Rookie of the Year. St. Peter’s qualified for the Division I NCAA Tournament twice during his tenure, 1991 and again in 1995. Casey has also made coaching stops at his alma mater, Western Connecticut State, and St. Francis (N.Y.). In 1988-89, Western Connecticut finished the season 25-3 and made a trip to the Division III Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament. Casey is a 1986 graduate of Western Connecticut State University with a B.S. in business administration. He earned his master’s in education administration from Central Connecticut State in 1993. He played basketball for four seasons at Western and was a two-time team captain. His team made an appearance in the ECAC Tournament in his senior season. Casey and his wife, Hope, have two daughters, Lauren (9) and Jordan (7).


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MARC RYBCZYK

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Assistant Coach • First Season • Central Connecticut Marc Rybczyk brings 12 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Pioneer staff as he joins C.W. Post men’s basketball for his first year as an assistant coach. Rybczyk spent the past five seasons at Southern Connecticut State University, four as the head coach of the Owls and one as an assistant. Prior to Southern Connecticut, Rybczyk was the head coach at the State University of New York – Cobleskill, leading the team to a double figure win total in his lone season at Cobleskill. Before his tenure at SUNY Cobleskill, Rybczyk served as the lead assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of New Haven from 2000-05. Rybczyk assisted the Chargers in their run to the 2004 NCAA Tournament, as well as their appearance in the 2003 regional semifinal. Rybczyk began his coaching career as a volunteer assistant coach at Central Connecticut State University, where he also played as an undergraduate. During Rybczyk’s time at CCSU, he helped guide the Blue Devils to a 2000 Northeast Conference Tournament championship and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. As a student-athlete, Rybczyk led the nation in three point field goals. He was a four-year starter and held the school’s three-point shooting record (single-season and career) for 12 years at CCSU. Rybcyzk’s 11 three-pointers in a game against Long Island University remain a Blue Devils’ single-game record, and he is currently third on the all-time three-point field goal list with 235 trifectas. Rybczyk then played professionally for the Adidas AllStar touring team from 1995-98 and the Converse All-Stars, both out of Syracuse, N.Y., as well as the Springfield Slamm of Springfield, Mass., from 1998-2000.

MATT ALLEN

Assistant Coach • First Season • St. John’s ‘09 Matthew Allen is a recent graduate of St. Johns, earning a sports management degree in June 2009. Allen spent time in the student employee facilities department where he was in charge of handling event set-up and breakdown on and around the campus. Allen is CPR certified, dating back to August 2009. His coaching experience includes being the head eighth grade boys coach at St. Vincent. He has also worked as a basketball supervisor with the Floral Park Indians.

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DAN MARK

Assistant Coach • First Season • Binghamton ‘06

Basketball Operations • First Season • St. John’s ‘09 Kareem Brown joins C.W. Post after spending two years at St. John’s as a Graduate Assistant in the Athletic Department. His duties included creating handbooks for student-athletes, assisting the Athletic Director, coaching at the NORM ROBERT’S summer basketball camp, and conducting excel spreadsheet for the NCAA Division I Soccer committee. Brown earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from St. John University. His Bachelor of Science came in Marketing from the school in January 2007, while the master’s degree was in Sport Management, received September 2009. Coaching experience includes a one year stint at Morris Catholic High School as the varsity assistant for boys basketball during the 2009-10 school year. Brown has also coached the Hoop Haven AAU program for the past several months, while also serving a counselor over the summer at Five-Star Basketball Camp.

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Daniel Mark comes to the C.W. Post program with experience ranging in various areas in the game of basketball. Most recently he was the J.V. boy’s basketball coach at Lindenhurst High School, where he also served as an assistant on the varsity staff. Mark graduated from Binghamton University with a degree in Sociology in December of 2006. While at Binghamton, Mark served as a Teaching Assistant for the Basketball in Theory and Practice class. He also earned his master’s degree at Dowling University in May of 2009, in Adolescence Education with a Middle Childhood Extension. Other basketball experience for Mark includes serving as travel team head coach for the Plainview Police Athletic League from September 2005 to May 2008. He later became the director of the basketball clinic at the Plainview Athletic League. Other coaching duties included head coach of the AAU Program Long Island Lightning. Besides just coaching basketball, Mark has also spent time as a locker room attendant for the New York Knicks. He also was the head of basketball referees at the Plainview PAL League

KAREEM BROWN


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season outlook

The C.W. Post men’s basketball team enters the 2010-11 season with a new coach at the helm, but the same expectations for the team remain. Coach Chris Casey takes over for the departed Tim Cluess, and returns a solid core of veterans. Casey has added several key recruits, and the Pioneers were selected to finish first in the East Coast Conference preseason poll. Expectations are high for the new coach and his squad, but the returning core of Pioneers as well as talented newcomers look to be up for the challenge.

es last year, the senior swing man averaged 2.3 points per game. Casey emphasizes Gibbons’ versatility and size as two strengths for the senior, and Gibbons has the ability to score both inside and outside the paint. H will play a strong role on the defensive side of the ball. Jonathan Kohler (Bordentown, N.J.), last year’s ECC Rookie of the Year, returns to the team for his sophomore season and has shown good skills as a leader thus far in the preseason. He has good hands and is expected to be a leader in the rebounding department. Casey expects him to be a big contributor as he is another player who can score both inside and out. Billy Butler (Elmont, N.Y.) is a returning junior that brings a tough physical presence to the guard position and will play a big role in the transition game. Casey expects him to be a much improved shooter from last season, where he averaged 41.3 percent from the floor.

ReturnersSenior Gil Montalvo (Astoria, N.Y.) returns to the Pioneers for his fourth and final season, and will assume a large amount of the team leadership. Montalvo’s strength is in his basketball IQ and his ability to put pressure on opposing players, as he runs the half court offense very well. The Newcomerssenior led the Pioneers Sophomore guard Tyreak in minutes per game Gil Montalvo Johnson (Bronx, N.Y.) will (34.7) and steals (67) be to be a key contributor last season and shot both on and off the ball. He over 90.6 percent at the comes to C.W. Post after playing at Division I Howard charity stripe. Last year’s scoring leader, Aaron Hall (Syracuse, University, where he played in nine games and started N.Y.), returns to the Pioneers for his senior campaign. two for the Bison. Johnson is a tough, physical guard who is good in the transition game and is a good all He is versatile and brings a little bit of everything around shooter both inside and at the perimeter. to the team both offensively and defensively. He is Tobin Carberry (Hamden, Conn.) transfers to expected to be a significant contributor to the team as C.W. Post after playing his freshman season at Southern he was a year ago when he earned All-ECC and AllConnecticut, where he led the Owls in minutes (37.8), Met honors. field goals (166) and three-point field goals (57), garnerSenior Deshawn Gibbons (Roxbury, Mass.) returns to the Pioneers for his second year after averag- ing a spot on the NE-10 All-Rookie Squad. He is an ing close to 10 minutes a game. In his 16 appearanc- on-point and athletic shooter who can score in streaks.

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201011 ECC PRESEASON POLL Team Pts. 1. C.W. POST 4 58 1. BRIDGEPORT 3 58 3. QUEENS 1 50 4. NYIT 41 5. MOLLOY 29 6. DOWLING 27 7. STAC 13 8. MERCY 12    FIRST PLACE VOTES

Record (ECC) 236 183 239 183 1811 147 1416 1011 1218 1011 1020 813 621 516 127 120

season outlook

Carberry is expected to play primarily as a two-guard but could also see time at the wing this season. Junior transfer Stefan Bonneau (Middletown, N.Y.) joins the Pioneers from Orange Community College and is also a combo guard who plays very well off the ball. He is an athletic perimeter defender and is good at pressuring the ball. Vaughn Allen (Mount Vernon, N.Y.) is also a newcomer to the team coming from a successful high school program at Mount Vernon High School. He is very athletic and has to ability to be a big shot blocker during his career. He is also expected to be a big help on the defensive side of the ball both inside and on the perimeter. One of his strengths is the ability to slash to the goal, and the Pioneers will look for good production from him during his freshman campaign. Freshman forward Amir Tarif (New York, N.Y.) worked hard in the preseason and has shown good potential in the early going of the season. He will primarily be an inside presence for the Pioneers but also has the ability to step back and shoot from the perimeter. The biggest part of his game that Casey anticipates is his rebounding ability. William Slinkosky (Holbrook, N.Y.) transferred from Suffolk Community College where he was a combo guard and played both the 1 and 2 positions well. He is a good shooter and is a tough physical defender. Although the Pioneers tied for first in the ECC preseason poll with Bridgeport, Casey knows that it is where the team finishes in the standings that is most

important. Casey notes that it is a very high-caliber schedule with a lot of difficult road games which are the toughest thing for a college basketball team to overcome. However, he is confident that the challenging road-laden non-conference schedule, primarily with the Northeast-10 opponents, will prepare his team for conference play when it begins on December 1.

Jonathan Kohler

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2010-11 C.W. Post Roster

Numerical Roster # 2 3 4 11 12 13 20 22 23 24 32 55

Name Amir Tarif James Mutlu Tyreak Johnson Jonathan Kohler Tobin Carberry William Slinkosky Aaron Hall Stefan Bonneau Billy Butler Deshawn Gibbons Vaughn Allen Gil Montalvo Kyle Byrons*

Yr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. F G G G G G F G G G/F F G F

Ht. 6-6 5-7 5-11 6-5 6-3 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-5 6-6 5-9 6-5

Wt. 230 170 188 210 175 170 220 165 178 210 200 150 215

Hometown/High School New York, N.Y. / Proctor Academy Bayside, N.Y. / St. Mary’s Bronx, N.Y. / Howard University Bordentown, N.J. / Bordentown Hamden, Conn. / Southern Connecticut Holbrook, N.Y. / Suffolk C.C. Syracuse, N.Y. / St. Thomas Moore Prep Middletown, N.Y. / Orange C.C. Elmont, N.Y. / Floral Park Roxbury, Mass. / Cathedral Prep Mount Vernon, N.Y. / Mount Vernon Astoria, N.Y. / St. Mary’s Goshen, N.Y. / Burke Catholic

By Class Seniors (4)

Deshawn Gibbons Aaron Hall Gil Montalvo James Mutlu

Juniors (4)

Kyle Byrons Stefan Bonneau Billy Butler William Slinkosky

Sophomores (3) Tobin Carberry Tyreak Johnson Jonathan Kohler

Freshmen (2) Vaughn Allen Amir Tarif

Head Coach: Chris Casey (Western Connecticut ’86) Assistant Coaches: Marc Rybczyk, Matt Allen, Dan Mark, Kareem Brown

*will redshirt the 2010-11 season

Alphabetical Roster # Name 32 Vaughn Allen Kyle Byrons 22 Stefan Bonneau 23 Billy Butler 12 Tobin Carberry 24 Deshawn Gibbons 20 Aaron Hall 4 Tyreak Johnson 11 Jonathan Kohler 55 Gil Montalvo 3 James Mutlu 13 William Slinkosky 2 Amir Tarif

Yr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr.

Pos. F F G G G G/F F G G G G G F

Ht. 6-6 6-5 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-2 5-11 6-5 5-9 5-7 5-11 6-6

Wt. 200 215 165 178 175 210 220 188 210 150 170 170 230

Hometown/High School Mount Vernon, N.Y. / Mount Vernon Goshen, N.Y. / Burke Catholic Middletown, N.Y. / Orange C.C. Elmont, N.Y. / Floral Park Hamden, Conn. / Southern Connecticut Roxbury, Mass. / Cathedral Prep Syracuse, N.Y. / St. Thomas Moore Prep Bronx, N.Y. / Howard University Bordentown, N.J. / Bordentown Astoria, N.Y. / St. Mary’s Bayside, N.Y. / St. Mary’s Holbrook, N.Y. / Suffolk C.C. New York, N.Y. / Proctor Academy

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By State New York (10)

Amir Tarif James Mutlu Tyreak Johnson William Slinksosky Aaron Hall Stefan Bonneau Billy Butler Vaughn Allen Gil Montalvo Kyle Byrons

Massachusetts (1)

Deshawn Gibbons

New Jersey (1)

Jonathan Kohler

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Amir Tarif

James Mutlu

Tyreak Johnson

Jonathan Kohler

Tobin Carberry

Freshamn • 6-6 • Forward New York, N.Y./Proctor Academy

Senior • 5-7 • Guard Bayside, N.Y./St. Mary’s

Sophomore • 5-11 • Guard Bronx, N.Y./Howard University

Sophomore • 6-5 • Forward Bordentown, N.J./Bordentown

Sophomore • 6-3 • Guard Hamden, Conn./Southern Conn.

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Aaron Hall

Junior • 5-11 • Guard Holbrook, N.Y./Suffolk C.C.

Senior • 6-2 • Forward Syracuse, N.Y./St. Thomas Moore Prep

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Stefan Bonneau Junior • 5-10 • Guard Middletown, N.Y./Orange C.C.

Billy Butler Junior • 6-0 • Guard Elmont, N.Y./Floral Park

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Deshawn Gibbons

Vaughn Allen

Senior • 6-5 • Forward Roxbury, Mass./Cathedral Prep

Freshman • 6-6 • Forward Mount Vernon, N.Y./Mount Vernon

Gil Montalvo Senior • 5-9 • Guard Astoria, N.Y./St. Mary’s

Kyle Byrons Junior • 6-5 • Forward Goshen, N.Y./Burke Catholics

Chris Casey

Mark Rybczyk

Kareem Brown

Matt Allen

Dan Mark

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DESHAWN GIBBONS

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PIONEER PROFILES

Senior • Forward 6-5 • 210 Roxbury, Mass./Cathedral Prep

2009-10: Suffered an early season injury, but rebounded to play in 16 games off the bench, averaging 9.8 minutes per contest … shot .423 from the field … provided a spark against St. Thomas Aquinas, playing a season-high 22 minutes and scoring nine points and grabbing four rebounds (1/9) … scored seven points in 15 minutes of action against Dowling (2/13). Prior to C.W. Post: Transfer from Massachusetts Bay Community College … played for Carnell Suttles’ Cathedral Panthers squad … led team to state championship in the Catholic division … named All-American … scored over 1,000 career points. Personal: Mother is Robin Gibbons … has two older siblings, Dacia and Jameel, and two younger siblings, Ramon and Jamal … lists his favorite athlete as Carmelo Anthony … majoring in broadcasting.

Year 2009-10 TOTAL

Career Highs Points: .................................... 9, vs St. Thomas Aquinas (1/9/10) 3-point FG made: ................ 1, vs St. Thomas Aquinas (1/9/10) Total rebounds: ...................................... 6, vs. Dowling (2/13/10) Steals: ...............................................................1, done three times Blocks: .........................................................................1, done twice Minutes: ............................. 22, vs St. Thomas Aquinas (1/9/10)

GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 13-0 13-0

119/9.2 119/9.2

9-21 9-21

.429 .429

0-1 0-1

.000 .000

11-16 11-16

.688 .688

6 -17 6 -17

23 23

1.8 1.8

11-0 11-0

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Senior • Forward 6-2 • 220 Syracuse, N.Y./St. Thomas Moore Prep

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Personal: Son of Mark and Karla Hall…has a sister, Ariel…majoring in business management … looking to play basketball overseas after college.

Career Highs Points: .........................................................35, vs Queens (2/3/10) FG made: ...................................................15, vs. Queens (2/3/10) Total rebounds: ....................................... 12, vs. Wagner (2/2/08) Steals: .................................. 4, at St. Thomas Aquinas (1/30/10) Blocks: ................................................................1, done four times Minutes: ....................................................37, vs. NYIT (1/23/10)

GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg

2007-08 (CCU)28-10 2008-09 (CCU)25-5 2009-10 24-22 TOTAL 77-37

554/19.8 464/18.6 674/28.1 1692/21.9

61-119 49-116 166-279 276-514

.513 .422 .595 .536

2-5 1-7 2-19 5-31

.400 8-23 .143 17-26 .105 64-97 .161 89-146

.348 44-60 104 .654 29-49 78 .660 49-95 144 .609 122-204 316

3.7 3.1 6.0 4.2

57-2 45-1 70-1 172-4

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48 43 33 33 31 58 112 134

4 0 3 7

18 132/4.7 13 116/4.6 29 398/16.6 60 646/8.4

PIONEER PROFILES

2009-10: ECC First Team … ECAC First Team … AllMetropolitan Second Team … two-time ECC Player of the Week (2/8, 2/22) … played in 28 games, appearing 26 times in the starting lineup and averaging 28.1 minutes per game … averaged 16.0 points per game, leading the Pioneers as well as finishing fourth in the conference in scoring … pulled down 6.0 rebounds per game, good for second on the Pioneers and eighth in the ECC … led the squad in field goal percentage (.575) and shot .654 from the charity stripe … reached double figures in scoring on 23 occasions … notched a double-double with 11 rebounds and 18 points against Daemen (12/30), and with 11 rebounds and 16 points at Dowling (1/20… scored a career high 35 points on 15-21 shooting against Queens (2/3) … shot a blistering 12-13 from the field for a 25-point output against Mercy (2/14).

Prior to C C.W. .W. W. Post: Transfer T f from f C Central entral t l Connecticut C ti t State S tate University … played in 25 games gamees with five starts in his h is sophomore season, averaging 4.6 points per game and 3.1 3 1 rebounds per game ... started 10 of 28 games played in his freshman year, averaging 4.7 points and 3.7 rebounds per game ... played under Jere Quin at St. Thomas More Prep in Oakdale, Conn.


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GIL MONTALVO

55

PIONEER PROFILES

Senior • Guard 5-9 • 160 Astoria, N.Y./St. Mary’s

2009-10: One-time ECC player of the week (1/4) …one of only two Pioneers to start all 29 games, averaging a team-leading 34.7 minutes per contest … led the team in assists with 5.8 per game and was second in the conference … topped the squad as well as the conference with 67 steals, averaging 2.31 per game … led the team with 44 three-pointers as well as a .906 percentage from the charity stripe … averaged 9.6 points per game, reaching double figures 15 times … scored 13 points and had eight assists and three steals in the season opener at Millersville (11/21) … scored a season-high 22 points on 9-12 shooting against Evangel (1/2) … pulled down eight rebounds, scored 14 points and had six assists in the ECC semifinals against Queens (3/6). 2008-09: Played in 29 games with two starts … averaged 3.4 points per game, shooting .411 from the field and .294 from behind the arc … finished third on the team in assists with 75 … pulled down 64 rebounds and had 22 steals … scored a seasonhigh 21 points aginst Molloy in the ECC quarterfinal with three treys (March 4). 2007-08: One-time ECC Rookie of the Week … averaged 5.5

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

po points p poin oint ints in ts p per err ggam game amee … sc am scor scored ored or ed d iin n do d double oub ubl ble le fi figggur gures u es ur es three tthr hree times, hr i includi l d iing ng a season-high 23 point effort against Post P (11/20) … dished out o ut 80 assists on the season, pulled down 79 7 rebounds and ggrabbed rabbed 38 steals … shot .444 from three point i range, and d made d a career hi high h 5-of-6 5 f 6 shots h from f behind b hi d the h arc against i Post P (11/20) … shot .492 from the floor. Prior to C.W. Post: Played three years of varsity at St. Mary’s under former Pioneer head coach Tim Cluess … helped the Gaels to three Long Island championships, including the number one high school team in the country during his junior season … garnered first-team All-Long Island notice in his senior season … named to the second team during his junior season. Personal: Son of Jenny Irizarry and Gilbert Montalvo … has three siblings … majoring in criminal justice.

Career Highs Points: ................................................. 23 at Post Univ. (11/20/07) 3-point FG made: ............................... 5 at Post Univ. (11/20/07) Total rebounds: ........ 8, done three times, last vs Queens (1/6/10) Steals: ................................................. 7, vs Saint Rose (12/28/09) Blocks: ........................................................1, vs. Molloy (2/20/10) Minutes: ......................................... 44, at Millersville (11/21/09)

GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 31-14 29-2 25-25 85-41

695/22.4 63-130 415/14.3 39-95 864/34.6 90-199 1974/23.2 192-424

.485 33-76 .411 10-34 .452 38-108 .453 81-218

.434 .294 .352 .372

10-14 5-8 19-22 34-44

.714 26-53 79 2.5 .625 19-45 64 2.2 .864 18 -64 82 3.3 .773 63-162 225 2.6

33-0 23-0 37-0 93-0

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80 35 75 34 153 46 308 115

0 39 169/5.5 2 22 93/3.2 1 58 237/9.5 3 119 499/5.9


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JAMES MUTLU

Senior • Guard • 5-7 • 170 Bayside, N.Y./St. Mary’s

3

Prior to C.W. Post: Transfer from Queensborough Community College …played for St. Mary’s in Manhasset, N.Y. in the NSCHSAA under former Pioneer head coach Tim Cluess … was a teammate of current Pioneer, Gil Montalvo … was a member of the Gaels’ 25-1 Championship season. Michael …majoring in finance and minoring in Russian.

KYLE BYRONS

Senior • Forward • 6-5 • 215 Goshen, N.Y./Burke Catholic

Prior to C.W. Post: Played for Division-III Mount Saint Vincent where he played in 25 games including 15 starts during the 2007-08 season … averaged 49 percent from the field while accounting for 7.6 points per game … also averaged 4.6 rebounds per game in just over 20 minutes per contest. Personal: Father is Daniel Byrons, mother is Amy Wapshare … has six younger brothers and sisters; Sierra, Alec, Lauren, Kendall, Lilian and Emma … majoring in marketing.

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PIONEER PROFILES

Personal: Mother is Elizabeth Mutlu … one older brother,


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BILLY BUTLER

23

Junior • Guard 6-0 • 178 Elmont, N.Y./Floral Park

2009-10: Played in 29 games, starting 22 times for the Pioneers … averaged 25.1 minutes per contest … scored 6.1 points per game … was second on the team with 135 assists (4.6 pg) and 38 steals … also averaged 3.1 rebounds per game … reached double figures in scoring four times … registered a career-high 21 points on 7-10 shooting including five treys against NYIT (1/23) … scored 19 points against Mercy, shooting 5-10 from the floor and 9-12 from the line (2/14). Career Highs

Prior to C.W. Post: Transfer from Eastern Wyoming Community College…played four years under Nick Simone’s Floral Park Knights … won the county championship in 2005 … named All-Long Island 2nd team and All-County … holds the career points record at Floral Park.

Personal: Son of William Butler and Lynda Walker … has a twin brother, Brandin, along with three other brothers … father played for Howard University … lists favorite athlete as Kobe Bryant.

Year 2009-10 TOTAL

Points: .........................................................21, vs. NYIT (1/23/10) 3-point FG made: ....................................... 5, vs. NYIT (1/23/10) Total rebounds: ............................................ 8, at NYIT (2/17/10) Steals: ............................................................ 4, at NYIT (2/17/10) Blocks: ...............................................................................................0 Minutes: ....................................................36, at Molloy(1/27/10)

GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 25-18 25-18

612/24.5 612/24.5

52-124 52-124

.419 .419

12-45 12-45

.267 .267

49-67 49-67

.731 .731

21-55 21-55

76 76

3.0 3.0

47-1 47-1

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116 58 116 58

0 0

35 165/6.6 35 165/6.6


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JONATHAN KOHLER

11

Sophomore • Guard 6-5 • 210 Bordentown, N.J./Bordentown

2009-10: ECC Rookie of the Year … ECC Second Team and

older sister is Erica … majoring in criminal justice.

All-Rookie Squad … ECAC Rookie of the Year … six-time ECC Player of the Week (1/4, 1/11, 1/18, 1/25, 2/15, 2/22) … scored 406 points during a standout rookie campaign that saw him play in 29 games with 21 starts and average 14 points per game … third on the team in scoring …tops in field goal percentage (.605) … pulled down 4.6 rebounds per game … reached double figures in scoring 21 times … had back-toback standout games with a career high 31 points against Daemen on 11-15 shooting (12/30) and 29 points against Evangel on 11-16 shooting including four treys (1/2) … registered a double-double against Queens in the ECC semifinals with 11 rebounds and 14 points.

Prior to C.W. Post: Was a four year starter at Bordentown High School … won the Central Jersey Championship during the 2005-06 season … average 25 points-per-game as a senior and broke the school’s all-time scoring record.

Career Highs Points: ................................................. 31, vs. Daemen (12/30/09) 3-point FG made: ......................................4, vs. Evangel (1/2/10) Total rebounds: .........................................11, vs Queens (3/6/10) Steals: .......................................................... 3, at Molloy (1/27/10) Blocks: .................................................................. 1, done six times Minutes: .............................................37, vs. Daemen (12/30/09)

Personal: Younger of two children to Brian and Emma …

Year 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 25-17 25-17

577/23.1 577/23.1

132-217 .608 132-217 .608

25-69 25-69

.362 .362

65-88 65-88

.739 .739

39-69 39-69

108 4.3 108 4.3

52 0 52 0

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59 59

51 51

5 5

28 354/14.2 28 354/14.2


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STEFAN BONNEAU

22

Junior • Guard • 5-10 • 165 Middletown, N.Y./Orange C.C.

Prior to C.W. Post: Transfer from Orange County Community College of the NJCAA … played two years of varsity basketball at Middletown High School.

WILLIAM SLINKOSKY

Junior • Guard • 5-11 • 170 Holbrook, N.Y./Suffolk C.C.

Prior to C.W. Post: Transfer from Suffolk Community … prior to attending Suffolk, attended Sachem North High School, playing three years on varsity basketball for the Flaming Arrows. Personal: Parents are Bill and Deborah … has two brothers Michael and Matthew… majoring in physical education.

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13

PIONEER PROFILES

Personal: Parents are Benjamin and Laverne … has two brothers, Sean and Spencer … majoring in criminal justice.


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball

TOBIN CARBERRY

12

Sophomore • Guard • 6-3 • 175 Hamden, Conn./Southern Conn.

Prior to C.W. Post: Transfer from Southern Connecticut where he led the Owls in minutes (37.8), field goals (166) and three-point field goals (57) during the 2009-10 campaign … was named to the All-Rookie squad in the Northeast-10 Conference.

TYREAK JOHNSON

4

Sophomore • Guard • 5-11 • 188 Bronx, N.Y./Howard University

Prior to C.W. Post: Transferred after playing at Division-I Howard University, where he played in nine and started two games for the Bison … prior to Howard, he played at St. Raymond’s in the Bronx and was named to the All-New York City Catholic High School Athletic Association second team as a senior … also played for the New York Gauchos of the AAU. Personal: Parents are Tyrone and Beverly Johnson … has one older sister Tenisha … majoring in Biology.

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PIONEER PROFILES

Personal: Parents are Tony and Belinda … has one older brother, Tobe … majoring in business.


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VAUGHN ALLEN

32

Freshman • Forward • 6-6 • 200 Mount Vernon, N.Y./Mount Vernon

Prior to C.W. Post: Was a two-year varsity basketball player at Mount Vernon High School … averaged 10.0 points-per-game and 7.0 rebounds per game while playing with the Knights … was named Most Improved Player in 2007.

AMIR TARIF

Freshman • Forward • 6-6 • 230 New York, N.Y./Proctor Academy

Prior to C.W. Post: Played for the Proctor Academy in Andover, N.H. … was a member of the 2008-09 championship team. Personal: Parents are Omar Tarif and Emma Thomas … has two older siblings Akeem and Alisha Thomas and two younger siblings, Aliyyah and Omar Tarif … undeclared major.

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2

PIONEER PROFILES

Personal: Father is Chauncey Allen and mother is Clarissa Keith … has one younger sibling, Asia … majoring in business management.


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball

BLOOMFIELD November 30 • 5:00 • Brookville, N.Y. Location: .........................Bloomfield, NJ 07003 Enrollment ...................................................2,000 President ................................ Richard A. Levao Athletic Director: ...................... Shelia Wooten Nickname: ..............................................Deacons Colors: .......................................Maroon & Gold Home Court/Capacity:BC Gymnasium (500) Head Coach... Gerald Holmes (Seventh year) Alma Mater: .................................Adelphi, 2001 Overall Record: ......................97-82 (Six years) Record at Bloomfield: ..........97-82 (Six years) Assistant Coaches:........................Deon Mingo, .. Daniel Terrell, Baron Hickson, Jim Holsworth 2009-10 Record: ........................................... 21-8 Conference: ..........Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference 2009-10 Conference Record:..................... 14-4 Sports Information Director: .. Andrew Mees E-Mail: ........... andrew_mees@bloomfield.edu Office Phone: ............(973) 748-9000, ext. 788 Fax Number: ............................. (973) 259-1085 Last Meeting: ................ CWP 83, BLOOM 61 Series With CWP: ................. CWP Leads 3-1

BRIDGEPORT

DOWLING

January 10 • 7:00 • Brookville, N.Y. February 2 • 7:00 • Bridgeport, CT February 26 • 12 noon• Brookville, N.Y.

December 4 • 3:00 • Oakdale, N.Y. January 15 • 3:30 • Brookvile, N.Y. February 9 • 7:00 • Oakdale, N.Y.

Location: ..................................Bridgeport, CT Enrollment ..................................................1400 President: ........................ Neil Albert Salonen Athletic Director: ............................Jay Moran Nickname: ................................ Purple Knights Colors: .................................. Purple and Silver Home Court: .. Harvey Hubbell Gymnasium (2,800) Head Coach ..............Mike Ruane (11th year) Alma Mater: ..................................Alverina ‘92 Overall Record: ................................................... Record at Bridgeport: ....................................... Assistant Coaches:Josh Bland, Ron Solomone 2009-10 Record:.................................................. Conference: ..................................... East Coast 2009-10 Conference Record:............................ Sports Information Director:Chuck Sadowski E-Mail: ................ csadowsk@bridgeport.edu Office Phone: ........................... (203) 576-4726 Fax Number:........................................................ Last Meeting: ...Bridge 70, CWP 61 (3/7/10)

Location: .........................Oakdale, N.Y. 11769 Enrollment .................................................6,500 President: .................................. Scott Rudolph Athletic Director: ....................... Rick Cole, Jr. Nickname: ...................................Golden Lions Colors: .................................Navy Blue & Gold Home Court: ..... Dowling Gymnasium (800) Head Coach .......... Steve Hayn (Fourth year) Alma Mater: ...................... Stony Brook, 1991 Overall Record: ................................................... Record at Dowling: ........................................... Assistant Coaches: .....Devine Smith, Andrew ............................................. Moor, Jim Douglas 2009-10 Record:....................................... 10-20 Conference: ..................................... East Coast 2007-08 Conference Record:................... 8-13 Sports Information Director: ...... Brian Scios E-Mail: ........................... sciosb@dowling.edu Office Phone: ........................... (631) 244-3235 Fax Number:........................................................ Last Meeting: ...............CWP 81, Dowling 56

LE MOYNE

MERCY

MOLLOY

December 19 • 3:30 • Syracuse, N.Y.

December 1 • 7:30 • Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. January 12 • 7:00 • Brookville, N.Y. February 5 • 3:00 • Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.

December 11 • 3:00 • Rockville Centre, N.Y. January 22 • 3:30 • Brookville, N.Y. February 16 • 3:30 • Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Location: ..................Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522 Enrollment .................................................9,500 President ...................... Dr. Kimberly R. Kline Athletic Director: ....................... Pat Kennedy Nickname: .........................................Mavericks Colors: .........................................Blue & White Home Court/Capacity: Mercy College Gym ...................................................................... (300) Head Coach ......................... Adam Parmenter Alma Mater: ...........................Miami (Fla.) ‘02 Overall Record: .............................................0-0 Record at Mercy: ..........................................0-0 Assistant Coaches: ..................John Giacobbe 2009-10 Record:......................................... 1-27 Conference: ..................................... East Coast 2009-10 Conference Record:................... 1-20 Sports Information Director:Chris Gonzales E-Mail: ......................... cgonzales@mercy.edu Office Phone: ........................... (914) 674-7281 Fax Number:............................ (914) 674-7561 Last Meeting: .CWP 95, Mercy 65 (2/14/10) Series with CWP: ...............CWP Leads 53-6

Location: .....................Rockville Centre, N.Y. Enrollment: ...............................................4,000 President: .............................Dr. Drew Bogner Athletic Director: ..........Susan Cassidy-Lyke Nickname: ................................................ Lions Colors: ............................. Maroon and White Home Court/Capacity: Quealy Gymnasium ...................................................................... (525) Head Coach: Charles Marquardt (16th Year) Alma Mater: ........ St. Joseph’s (Maine), 1986 Overall Record: ........... 160-281 (Nine years) Record at Franklin Pierce: .... 160-281 (Nine .....................................................................years) Assistant Coaches: ......Michael Cortese, Pat ............................................Morris, Chris Jones 2009-10 Record: ...................................... 12-18 Conference: .................................... East Coast 2009-10 Conference Record: ................ 10-11 Sports Information Director: ... Ian Schraier E-Mail: .......................... ischraier@molloy.edu Office Phone: ............. (516) 678-5000 x.6479 Fax Number: ........................... (516) 256-2210 Last Meeting: ..CWP 79 Molloy 50 (2/20/10

Location: ......................... Syracuse, NY 13214 Enrollment .................................................2,300 President ................................Dr. Fred Pestello Athletic Director: ........................Matt Bassett Nickname: ...........................................Dolphins Colors: ........................................Green & Gold Home Court/Capacity: Henninger Center ...................................................................(2,500) Head Coach .............. Steve Evans (12th year) Alma Mater: ....................... Union (NY), 1994 Overall Record: .............. 140-143 (Ten years) Record at Le Moyne:.... 140-143 (Ten years) Assistant Coaches: .......... Gallagher Driscoll, ............................................................Stan Evans 2009-10 Record:....................................... 18-10 Conference: ................................ Northeast-10 2009-10 Conference Record:................... 14-8 Sports Information Director: Kevin McNeill E-Mail: ......................mcneilkj@lemoyne.edu Office Phone: ........................... (315) 445-4412 Fax Number:............................ (315) 445-4678

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NYIT

POST

QUEENS

December 8 • 7 p.m. • Brookville, N.Y. January 19 • 7 p.m. • Old Westbury, N.Y. February 12 • 3:30 p.m. • Brookville, N.Y.

November 28 • 3:30 p.m. • Waterbury, CT December 2 • 3:30 p.m. • Brookville, N.Y.

January 8 • 3:30 p.m. • Brookville, N.Y. January 29 • 7:30 p.m.• Flushing, N.Y. February 23 • 7 p.m. • Brookville, N.Y.

Location: ......................... Old Westbury, N.Y. Enrollment ...............................................16,000 President ....................Edward Guiliano, Ph.D Athletic Director: ..............Clyde Doughty, Jr. Nickname: ................................................. Bears Colors: ........................................... Blue & Gold Home Court/Capacity:Recreation Hall (500) Head Coach .....................................Sal Lagano Alma Mater: ..........................................Hofstra Overall Record: ....................................186-185 Record at NYIT:...................................186-185 Assistant Coaches: ........ Rob Isme, Cameron .................................................................Johnson 2009-10 Record:....................................... 14-16 Conference: ..................................... East Coast 2007-08 Conference Record:................. 10-11 Sports Information Director: ......Sabrina Polidoro E-Mail: ................................. spolido@nyit.edu Office Phone: ........................... (516) 686-7504 Fax Number:............................ (516) 686-1219 Last Meeting:CWP 88 NYIT 69 (2/17/2010) Series with CWP: ...... C.W. Post leads 54-18

Location: .............................Waterbury, Conn. Enrollment .................................................1,000 President .............................Dr. Ron Ogrodnik Athletic Director: ............. Anthony Fallacaro Nickname: ................................................ Eagles Colors: ............................ Hunter, Black,White Home Court/Capacity:Drubner Center (300) Head Coach .....................................Al Sokaitis Alma Mater: .................. Connecticut College Overall Record: ....................................276-256 Record at Post: ................................. First Year Assistant Coaches: Edmund Saunders, Ken .. ................ Sinclair, Justin Bourne, Jim Dinello 2009-10 Record:....................................... 13-17 Conference: ........Central Atlantic Collegiate 2009-10 Conference Record:......................9-9 Sports Information Director: ........... Joe Coss E-Mail: .................................... jcoss@post.edu Office Phone: ........................... (203) 217-9702 Fax Number:............................ (203) 596-4695 Last Meeting:CWP 72, Post 71 (11/20/2007) Series With CWP: ................CWP Leads 4-0

Location: .................................... Flushing, N.Y. Enrollment ...............................................20,000 President ............................... James Muyskens Athletic Director: ................Brian DeMasters Nickname: ............................................. Knights Colors: .......................................... Navy & Gray Home Court/Capacity:............................1,500 Head Coach ............................ Kyrk Peponakis Alma Mater: .................. St. John’s Universiity Overall Record: ....................................210-208 Record at Post: ....................................210-208 Assistant Coaches: ..Wayne Zweigbaum, Kirk ...................................... Liddeliow, John Sikiric 2009-10 Record:....................................... 18-11 Conference: ..................................... East Coast 2009-10 Conference Record:................... 14-7 Sports Information Director: ....Leslie Busch E-Mail: .................. leslie.busch@qc.cuny.edu Office Phone: ........................... (718) 997-2733 Fax Number:............................ (718) 997-2768 Last Meeting:CWP 71, Queens 62 (3/6/2010) Series With CWP: .............CWP leads 56-18

SAINT MICHAEL’S

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS

SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE

November 12 • 5 p.m. • North Easton, MA Stonehill Tournament

January 5 • 7 p.m. • Sparkill, N.Y. January 26 • 7 p.m. • Brookville, N.Y. February 19 • 3:30 p.m.• Sparkill, N.Y.

December 30 • 7:30 p.m. • Manchester, NH

Location: ...................... Colchester, VT 05439 Enrollment .................................................2,000 President .............................John J. Neuhauser Athletic Director: ........................ Geri Knortz Nickname: ................................ Purple Knights Colors: ....................................... Purple & Gold Home Court/Capacity:.... Ross Sport Center ...................................................................(2,500) Head Coach ..........................Michael Harding Alma Mater: .................................Bowdoin ‘03 Overall Record: ................................. First Year Record at Saint Michael’s:............. First yYear Assistant Coaches:..........Nick Leonardelli, ... .................................................... Shavar Bernier 2009-10 Record:......................................... 9-17 Conference: ................................ Northeast-10 2009-10 Conference Record:.................. 5-17 Sports Information Director: .........Seth Cole E-Mail: ...............................scole2@smcvt.edu Office Phone: ........................... (802) 654-2537 Fax Number:............................ (802) 654-2497 Last Meeting: STM 89, CWP 56 (11/18/00) Series With CWP: .............................. Tied 2-2

Location: ....................................... Sparkill, NY Enrollment .................................................2,000 PresidentDr. Margaret Mary Fitzpatrick, S.C. Athletic Director: ................... Gerald Oswald Nickname: ............................................Spartans Colors: .................................... Maroon & Gold Home Court/Capacity:... Aquinas Hall (800) Head Coach ....................... Dennis O’Donnell Alma Mater: ........................................................ Overall Record: ................................................... Record at St. Thomas Aquinas: ....................... Assistant Coaches:Paul Butler, Phil Rameau, ..........................................................Pete Winter 2009-10 Record:....................................... 17-12 Conference: ............... East Coast Conference 2009-10 Conference Record:... 12-8 (Fourth) Sports Information Director: ......... Kim Lusk E-Mail: .................................... klusk@stac.edu Office Phone: ........................... (845) 398-4026 Fax Number:............................ (845) 359-8136 Last Meeting: CWP 74, STAC 40 (2/24/10) Series With CWP: ...............CWP Leads 17-5

Location: ................... Manchester, NH 03106 Enrollment .................................................1,800 President ............................Dr. Paul J. LeBlanc Athletic Director: ...........................Chip Polak Nickname: .............................................Penmen Colors: ........................................... Blue & Gold Home Court/Capacity:......................... SNHU ............................................... Fieldhouse(2,000) Head Coach .............. Stan Spirou (24th year) Alma Mater: ....................... Keene State, 1974 Overall Record: ................. 499-249 (25 years) Record at Southern NH: . 466-249 (25 years) Assistant Coaches: ....... Jay Dufour,Jeff Gore, .......................... Bob Duffley, Namdi Williams 2009-10 Record:....................................... 15-14 Conference: ................................ Northeast-10 2009-10 Conference Record:.................. 9-13 Sports Information Director: ......Greg Royce E-Mail: ............................... g.royce@snhu.edu Office Phone: ........................... (603) 645-9638 Fax Number:............................ (603) 645-9686 Last Meeting: . SNH 68, CWP 64 (11/15/04) Series With CWP: ................CWP Leads 4-1

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200910 C.W. POST MEN’S BASKETBALL RESULTS 236, 183 ECC 20 32 11 23 55 15 45 34 21 02 22 42

Player GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Hall, Aaron........ 28-26 786-28.1 188-327 .575 2-19 Jokic, Nemanja..... 29-29 944-32.6 171-345 .496 43-117 Kohler, Jonathan 29-21 691-23.8 155-256 .605 26-76 Macklin, Roberto 28-7 563-20.1 120-215 .558 13-44 Montalvo, Gilbert 29-29 1005-34.7 102-226 .451 44-123 Butler, Billy...... 29-22 729-25.1 57-138 .413 13-47 Mears, Stephen..... 24-6 210-8.8 41-106 .387 18-67 Tchana, James...... 25-0 296-11.8 27-60 .450 0-0 Gibbons, Deshawn 16-0 157-9.8 11-26 .423 0-1 Manning, Chris..... 25-5 321-12.8 18-52 .346 0-7 Butler, Brandin.... 21-0 115-5.5 7-22 .318 3-12 Olsen, Daniel...... 4-0 6-1.5 0-1 .000 0-0 TEAM............... Total 29 5823 897-1774 .506 162-513 Opponents 29 5824 704-1662 .424 174-524

Pct FT-FTA Pct .105 70-107 .654 .368 66-106 .623 .342 70-107 .654 .295 48-66 .727 .358 29-32 .906 .277 49-68 .721 .269 6-8 .750 .000 15-22 .682 .000 14-20 .700 .000 17-29 .586 .250 1-3 .333 .000 0-0 .000 .316 385-568 .678 .332 363-526 .690

Off-Def 56-111 65-153 49-85 32-93 27-77 24-65 8-15 33-59 9-20 17-29 7-7 0-2 50-36 377-752 297-601

Tot Avg 167 6.0 218 7.5 134 4.6 125 4.5 104 3.6 89 3.1 23 1.0 92 3.7 29 1.8 46 1.8 14 0.7 2 0.5 86 3.0 1129 38.9 898 31.0

PF-FO 80-1 64-0 64-1 65-0 41-0 52-1 9-0 52-1 18-0 40-2 9-0 1-0

Ast 34 70 68 37 170 135 8 0 10 45 10 0 0 495-6 587 499-0 380

TO 67 74 60 58 54 69 13 19 11 36 13 0 5 479 512

Blk 4 14 6 13 1 0 1 6 2 1 0 0 48 90

Stl 32 31 32 35 67 38 6 2 4 29 2 0

Pts/Avg 448/16.0 451/15.6 406/14.0 301/10.8 277/9.6 176/6.1 106/4.4 69/2.8 36/2.3 53/2.1 18/0.9 0/0.0 0 278 2341/80.7 195 1945/67.1

2009-10 C.W. POST MEN’S BASKETBALL RESULTS DATE W/L Nov. 21 L Dec. 2 L Dec. 5 W Dec. 9 W Dec. 12 L

SCORE 76-73 (ot) 84-75 83-54 75-48 58-57

OPPONENT at Millersville at Bridgeport* MERCY* DOWLING* at NYIT*

HIGH SCORER (18) Nemanja Jokic (18) Nemanja Jokic (21) Stephen Mears (20) Aaron Hall (15) Aaron Hall (27) Roberto Macklin (20) Jonathan Kohler

Dec. 18 Dec. 19

W L

97-88 102-81

vs. Northwest Missouri vs. Central Missouri

Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 6 Jan. 9 Jan. 11

W W W W W W

75-69 79-58 94-67 75-73 87-42 98-85

SAINT ROSE (19) Nemanja Jokic DAEMEN COLLEGE (31) Jonathan Kohler EVANGEL UNIV. (29) Jonathan Kohler MOLLOY* (19) Nemanja Jokic ST. THOMAS AQUINAS* (20) Nemanja Jokic at Queens* (24) Nemanja Jokic

Jan. 13 Jan. 16

W W

69-64 113-75

BRIDGEPORT* at Mercy*

Jan. 20 Jan. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 30

W W W W

85-59 88-83 84-67 77-59

at Dowling* NYIT* at Molloy* at St. Thomas Aquinas*

Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 20

W L W W W W

77-69 81-73 81-56 95-65 88-69 79-50

QUEENS* BRIDGEPORT* DOWLING* MERCY* at NYIT* MOLLOY*

Feb. 24

W

74-40

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS* (16) Nemanja Jokic

Feb. 27 W March 6 W March 7 L

77-72 71-62 70-61

at Queens* QUEENS% vs. Bridgeport%

(23) Jonathan Kohler (19) Gilbert Montalvo Aaron Hall (17) Nemanja Jokic (22) Jonathan Kohler (23) Aaron Hall (18) Nemanja Jokic Jonathan Kohler (35) Aaron Hall (22) Aaron Hall (20) Jonathan Kohler (25) Aaron Hall (26) Aaron Hall (19) Jonathan Kohler

(19) Aaron Hall (21) Nemanja Jokic (19) Nemanja Jokic

HIGH REBOUNDER (8) Nemanja Jokic (11) Nemanja Jokic (16) Nemanja Jokic (8) Aaron Hall (7) Aaron Hall Roberto Macklin (8) Roberto Macklin (8) James Tchana Jonathan Kohler (9) Nemanja Jokic (11) Aaron Hall (11) Nemanja Jokic (9) Nemanja Jokic (8) Jonathan Kohler (7) Nemanja Jokic Roberto Macklin (12) Nemanja Jokic (8) Nemanja Jokic (11) Aaron Hall (11) Nemanja Jokic (14) Nemanja Jokic (5) Billy Butler Jonathan Kohler, Aaron Hall (8) Aaron Hall (6) Roberto Macklin (8) Nemanja Jokic (10) James Tchana (8) Billy Butler (9) Roberto Macklin Nemanja Jokic (6) Nemanja Jokic Billy Butler, Aaron Hall (6) Billy Butler (11) Jonathan Kohler (9) Aaron Hall

Home Games in CAPS % Denotes ECC Championship games (at C.W. Post) # Denotes NCAA East Region Championship games

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C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball 2009-10 MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME HIGHS TEAM Points ........................................................... 113, at Mercy (Jan. 16) FG Made ....................................................... 43, at Mercy (Jan. 16) FG Attempts .................................................76, vs. Mercy (Dec. 5) FG Percentage ..............................632 (43-68), at Mercy (Jan. 16) 3-PT FG Made ............ 9, done four times, last vs. STAC (Jan. 9 3-PT FG Attempts.......................................32, vs. Mercy (Dec. 5) 3-PT FG Percentage...................583 (7-12), vs. Molloy (Feb. 20) Free Throws Made .................................. 24, at Dowling (Jan. 20) Free Throw Attempts.............................. 29, at Dowling (Jan. 20) Free Throw Percentage................857 (12-14), at NYIT (Feb. 17) Rebounds ......................................................53, vs. Mercy (Dec. 5) Assists ............................................................. 27, at NYIT (Feb. 17) Steals .................................................... 15, at Millersville (Nov. 21) Blocked Shots..............................................5, at Dowling (Jan. 20) Turnovers ............................................ 31, at Millersville (Nov. 21) Fouls ........................................................27, at Bridgeport (Dec. 2)

INDIVIDUAL Points .......................................35, Aaron Hall vs. Queens (Feb. 3) FG Made .................................15, Aaron Hall vs. Queens (Feb. 3) FG Attempts ............................21, Aaron Hall vs.Queens (Feb. 3) FG Percentage ............923 (12-13) Aaron Hall vs. Mercy (Feb. 14) 3-PT FG Made .......................... 5, Billy Butler vs. NYIT (Jan. 23) 3-PT FG Attempts............. 11, Stephen Mears vs. Mercy (Dec. 5) 3-PT FG Percentage .........1.000 (3-3), Gil Montalvo vs. Evangel (Jan. 2) Free Throws Made ..................9, Billy Butler vs. Mercy (Feb. 14) Free Throw Attempts.. 13, Jonathan Kohler vs. Daemen (Dec. 30) Free Throw Percentage........................1.000, Done by six players Rebounds .......................... 16, Nemanja Jokic vs. Mercy (Dec. 5) Assists .......... 11, Gil Montalvo at St. Thomas Aquinas (Jan. 30) Steals .............................. 7, Gil Montalvo vs Saint Rose (Dec. 28) Blocked Shots............................................. 2, Done by two players Turnovers ..................7, Chris Manning at Millersville (Nov. 21) Fouls ...............................................................5, done by five players

2009-10 Team Statistics 2009-10 AWARDS AND HONORS

EAST COAST CONFERENCE POST SEASON AWARDS Rookie of the Year Jonathan Kohler Co-Coach of the Year Tim Cluess First Team Nemanja Jokic Aaron Hall All-Rookie Squad Jonathan Kohler MET BASKETBALL WRITERS POST SEASON HONORS All-Met Second Team Nemanja Jokic Aaron Hall

Scoring Offense

Scoring Defense

1.C.W. Post 2.Bridgeport 3.Queens 4.Molloy 5.New York Tech 6.Mercy 7.Dowling 8.Saint Thomas Aquinas

80.7 78.2 74.9 72.6 71.4 66.9 66.3 61.5

Free Throw Percentage 1.Molloy. 2.Bridgeport 3.C.W. Post 4.Mercy 5.Saint Thomas Aquinas 6.Dowling 7.Queens 8.New York Tech

.719 .680 .678 .673 .661 .657 .656 .617

3-Point Field Goals P/G 1.Mercy 2.Bridgeport 3.C.W. Post 4.New York Tech 5.Dowling 6.Molloy Queens 8.Saint Thomas Aquinas

6.64 5.97 5.59 5.47 5.20 5.00 5.00 4.11

Scoring Margin

EASTERN COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (ECAC) POST SEASON HONORS First Team Nemanja Jokic Aaron Hall Rookie of the Year Jonathan Kohler

1.C.W. Post +13.7 2.Bridgeport +11.0 3.Queens +2.1 4.New York Tech -1.1 5.Molloy -2.5 6.Dowling -3.4 7.Saint Thomas Aquinas -10.7 8.Mercy -24.7

3-Point Field Goal Pct. 1.Bridgeport 2.New York Tech 3.Queens 4.Mercy 5.C.W. Post 6.Dowling 7.Molloy 8.Saint Thomas Aquinas

1.C.W. Post 2.Bridgepor 3.Dowling 4.Saint Thomas Aquinas 5.New York Tech 6.Queens 7.Molloy 8.Mercy

67.1 67.3 69.8 72.2 72.5 72.9 75.0 91.6

Field Goal Pct. Defense 1.Dowling 2.Bridgeport 3.C.W. Post 4.New York Tech 5.Queens 6.Molloy 7.Saint Thomas Aquinas 8.Mercy

.414 .421 .424 .442 .444 .451 .486 .529

Rebound Margin 1.C.W. Post +8.0 2.Bridgeport +4.3 3.New York Tech +4.2 4.Molloy +1.0 5.Queens +0.8 6.Dowling -0.7 7.Saint Thomas Aquinas -6.3 8.Mercy -16.6

Field Goal Percentage 1.C.W. Post 2.Bridgeport 3.New York Tech 4.Queens 5.Saint Thomas Aquinas 6.Molloy 7.Dowling 8.Mercy

.506 .478 .454 .451 .427 .426 .408 .389

3-Point FG Pct. Defense .342 .340 .330 .327 .316 .306 .302 .298

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1.Bridgeport 2.Molloy 3.C.W. Post 4.Dowling 5.Saint Thomas Aquinas 6.New York Tech 7.Mercy 8.Queens

.315 .326 .332 .334 .341 .343 .350 .356


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball Founded as the New York Collegiate Athletic Conference in 1989 and rechristened the East Coast Conference in July 2006, the ECC was formed to enhance intercollegiate athletic competition among member institutions and to assist them in integrating athletics into their academic program in a fiscally sound way. The ECC is committed to the highest standards of scholarship, sportsmanship, teamwork, and citizenship. Its mission is to promote the total person concept in its student-athletes, which stresses the abilities to excel in academic achievement, athletic competition, and positive character traits. East Coast Conference (www. eccsports.org) members for 2010-11 include: University of Bridgeport (Conn.); C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University (Brookville, N.Y.); Dowling College (Oakdale, N.Y.); Mercy College (Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.); Molloy College (Rockville Centre, N.Y.); New York Institute of Tech-

nology (Old Westbury, N.Y); Queens College (Flushing, N.Y.); and St. Thomas Aquinas College (Sparkill, N.Y.). The ECC sponsors the following championship sports: baseball; men’s and women’s basketball; men’s and women’s cross country; men’s and women’s lacrosse; softball; men’s and women’s tennis; men’s and women’s soccer; and women’s volleyball. The East Coast Conference is a proud member of the NCAA and Division II. Division II is a dynamic and engaging group of colleges, institutions and conferences of varying sizes and educational missions. Division II members encourage and support diversity; value sportsmanship, fairness and equity; and place the highest priority on the overall educational excellence of the student-athlete.

C.W. POST 200910 ECC CHAMPIONS

ECC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS Player of the Year: Khaleef Allicott, Queens Rookie of the Year: Jonathan Kohler, C.W. Post Co-Coaches of the Year: Mike Ruane, Bridgeport and Tim Cluess, C.W. Post First Team Khaleef Allicott Sr., G, Queens Dave Boykin Jr., G, Bridgeport Aaron Hall Jr., F, C.W. Post Brian Hutchinson Jr., F, Molloy Nemanja Jokic Sr., F, C.W. Post Second Team Ra’Shad James So., G, St. Thomas Aquinas Jonathan Kohler Fr., G, C.W. Post Steve Martin Sr., G, Bridgeport Akim Neverson Jr., F, Queens David Seagers Sr., G, Dowling Jerrell Walker Jr., F, NYIT All-Rookie Team Justin Brown G, St. Thomas Aquinas Tyler Jones G, Mercy Jonathan Kohler G, C.W. Post Dominic Scurry G, NYIT Bryan Van Cott G/F, Mercy

200910 ECC FINAL STANDINGS School

Conference W-L Pct.

Overall W-L Pct.

1. Bridgeport 2. C.W. Post 3. Queens 4. Molloy 5. NYIT 6. Dowling 7. STAC 8. Mercy

18-3 18-3 14-7 10-11 10-11 8-13 5-16 1-20

23-9 23-6 18-11 12-18 14-16 10-20 6-21 1-27

.857 .857 .667 .476 .476 .381 .238 .048

.719 .793 .621 .400 .467 .333 .222 .036

2009 Men’s Soccer

2009 Men’s Cross Country

2010 Women’s Lacrosse

2010 Men’s Lacrosse

2010 Softball

2010 Baseball

2010 ECC Tournament

#3 Queens #6 Dowling

80 67

March 6 Semifinals at C.W. Post #2 C.W. Post #3 Queens

#4 Molloy #5 NYIT

68 74

#1 Bridgeport #5 NYIT

March 3 First Round at Higher Seed

March 8 Championship at C.W. Post #1 Bridgeport #2 C.W. Post

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70 60

71 62 76 50


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball

2009-10 Individual Statistics

east coast conference

Scoring

Defensive Rebounding

Player, Institution 1.Seagers, David-Dowling 2.Allicott, Khaleef-Queens 3.James, Ra’Shad-St. Thomas 4.Hall, Aaron-C.W. Post 5.Jokic, Nemanja-C.W. Post 6.Hutchinson, Brian-Molloy 7.Palmer, Carl-Molloy 8.Kohler, Jonathan-C.W. Post Brown, Justin-St. Thomas 10.Neverson, Akim-Queens 11.Powell, Hassan-Mercy 12.Williams, Kirk-Bridgeport 13.Garcia, Manny-Mercy 14.Walker, Jerrell-New York Tech 15.Martin, Steve-Bridgeport

G 27 29 27 28 29 30 30 29 27 31 23 25 28 28 32

FG 183 171 161 188 171 152 173 155 145 168 114 132 145 139 134

3FG 29 39 42 2 43 0 59 26 21 22 6 15 38 0 49

FT 65 106 73 70 66 153 18 70 67 74 83 55 40 72 64

Pts Avg/G 460 17.0 487 16.8 437 16.2 448 16.0 451 15.6 457 15.2 423 14.1 406 14.0 378 14.0 432 13.9 317 13.8 334 13.4 368 13.1 350 12.5 381 11.9

1.Hutchinson, Brian-MOL 2.Fuller, Harley-MOL 3.Jokic, Nemanja-CWP 4.Seagers, David-DOW 5.Neverson, Akim-QUE 6.Allicott, Khaleef-QUE 7.Phillips, Demetrious-BPT 8.Van Cott, Bryan-MER 9.Braswell, Arthur-NYIT 10.Hall, Aaron-CWP 11.Garcia, Manny-MER 12.Brown, Justin-STAC 13.Labase, Anderson-QUE 14.Williams, Kirk-BPT 15.James, Ra’Shad-STAC

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

Field Goal Percentage 1.Kohler, Jonathan-CWP 2.Phillips, Demetrious-BPT 3.Hall, Aaron-CWP 4.Clarke, Anthony-NYIT 5.Macklin, Roberto-CWP 6.Knez, Kresimir-NYIT 7.Walker, Jerrell-NYIT 8.Neverson, Akim-QUE 9.Blanchard, Jamie-STAC 10.Martin, Steve-BPT

1.Martin, Steve-BPT 2.Lacayo, Edil-QUE 3.Jokic, Nemanja-CWP 4.Boykin, Dave-BPT 5.Gunville, Jimmy-MER 6.James, Ra’Shad-STAC Van Cott, Bryan-MER 8.Montalvo, Gilbert-CWP 9.Smith, Sean-DOW 10.Garcia, Manny-MER

.605 .587 .575 .565 .558 .535 .519 .515 .512 .510

Assists 1.Fuller, Harley-MOL 2.Montalvo, Gilbert-CWP 3.Butler, Billy-CWP 4.Wilson, Ed-MER 5.Labase, Anderson-QUE 6.Martin, Steve-BPT 7.Powell, Hassan-MER 8.Boykin, Dave-BPT 9.Allicott, Khaleef-QUE 10.James, Ra’Shad-STAC

2.22 1.97 1.89 1.65 1.56 1.56 1.53 1.52 1.48 1.36

Offensive Rebounds 1.Neverson, Akim-QUE 2.Hutchinson, Brian-MOL 3.Williams, Kirk-BPT 4.Walker, Jerrell-NYIT 5.Jokic, Nemanja-CWP 6.Braswell, Arthur-NYIT 7.Hill, Mike-DOW 8.Hall, Aaron-CWP 9.McDonald, Khalil-QUE 10.Ikyaator, Msoo-BPT

.389 .380 .368 .366 .361 .359 .359 .358 .357 .339

Steals 6.03 5.86 4.66 4.27 3.93 3.09 2.78 2.78 2.72 2.70

3-Point Field Goals Made 1.Boykin, Dave-BPT 2.Palmer, Carl-MOL 3.Gunville, Jimmy-MER 4.Berg, Daniel-NYIT 5.James, Ra’Shad-STAC Van Cott, Bryan-MER 7.Martin, Steve-BPT 8.Montalvo, Gilbert-CWP 9.Jokic, Nemanja-CWP 10.Garcia, Manny-MER

6.23 5.57 5.28 4.93 4.71 4.17 4.13 4.11 4.03 3.96 3.89 3.89 3.79 3.64 3.48

Blocked Shots 1.Ndiaye, Alioune-DOW 2.Phillips, Demetrious-BPT 3.Braswell, Arthur-NYIT 4.Tull, Greg-QUE 5.Blanchard, Jamie-STAC 6.Ikyaator, Msoo-BPT 7.Neverson, Akim-QUE 8.Fitts, Girard-MOL 9.Williams, Kirk-BPT 10.McDonald, Khalil-QUE

1.56 1.38 1.28 1.00 0.93 0.92 0.90 0.89 0.72 0.68

1.Montalvo, Gilbert-CWP 2.Seagers, David-DOW 3.Allicott, Khaleef-QUE 4.Fuller, Harley-MOL 5.Powell, Hassan-MER 6.Labase, Anderson-QUE 7.Boykin, Dave-BPT 8.Lans, Lamonte-QUE Clarke, Anthony-NYIT 10.Freeman, Edward-MOL

2.31 2.19 2.07 1.97 1.87 1.86 1.81 1.50 1.50 1.46

Assist-Turnover Ratio 1.Montalvo, Gilbert-CWP 2.Fuller, Harley-MOL 3.Butler, Billy-CWP 4.Martin, Steve-BPT 5.Labase, Anderson-QUE 6.Wilson, Ed-MER

3.15 2.18 1.96 1.41 1.24 1.10

Free Throw Percentage 2.84 2.67 2.60 2.29 2.24 2.10 2.03 2.00 1.96 1.84

1.Freeman, Edward-MOL 2.Martin, Steve-BPT 3.Washington, Jermaine-BPT 4.Jones, Tyler-MER 5.James, Ra’Shad-STAC 6.Labase, Anderson-QUE Seagers, David-DOW 8.Brown, Justin-STAC 9.Hutchinson, Brian-MOL 10.Williams, Kirk-BPT

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.910 .901 .792 .750 .723 .714 .714 .705 .677 .671


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball •A• Fred Abraham Tito Ades Scott Adubato Frankie Aikens Tom Allen Vaughn Allen Mike Alvarez Larry Arann

1987-1988 1992-1994 1994-1995 1957-1958 1972-1973 1959-1960 2007-2008 2002-2005 1974-1978 1960-1962 1998-1999 1964-1965 2004-2005 1995-1997 1994-1995 1968-1969 1966-1967 1980-1981 1995-1996

Stefan Bonneau Mike Brandeis Jerry Britton Rich Broderick Eric Brown Corey Browne Garee Bryant Phil Bryant Ryan Bucci Jim Buckridge Lou Burger Kenny Burkes Percy Burt Wayne Burton Billy Butler Brandin Butler Brandon Butler Kyle Byrons

2010-pres. 1960-1964 1980-1981 1976-1977 1970-1971 1999-2001 1995-1999 1995-1996 1999-2003 1957-1958 1960-1963 2006-2009 1989-1991 1990-1991 2009-pres. 2009-2010 2006-2008 2008-pres.

•C• Al Campesi 1959-1960 Tobin Carberry 2010-pres. Nick Carter 2008-2009 John Chamberlain 1966-1968 Delano Chandler 1992-1994 Don Chapman 1977-1979 Grady Charles 1975-1978 Mel Cheek 1965-1969 John Cipot 1998-1999 Mike Clark 1983-1985

Nick Carter 2008-09

Eddie Cobb Selwin Cohen Justin Cole Ron Cole Bob Colleti Jack Collins Johnathan Cooper Tom Coviello Glen Crawley Mike Crisci Terry Cullen

1992-1995 1958-1959 2001-2005 1974-1977 1958-1959 1965-1968 1994-1995 1971-1972 1961-1962 2005-2006 1978-1980

•D• Aaron Daly Lyndon Daniel Al Davidson Marcus Davis Bob DeBonis Steve DeChabert Derek Delgardo Rich De Martis Mike Dias Bill Dickin Greg Dixon Anderson Dozier Keith Drysdale Paul Dube Hector Duprey Steve Dushnick

2005-2009 2007-2009 1979-1981 1987-1989 1974-1978 2003-2005 1999-2001 1976-1978 1979-1981 1957-1958 1980-1984 1971-1973 2004-2006 1963-1964 1997-1999 1963-1965

•E• Rondell Earvin Craig Einhorn Bill Emig Ted Engel Bob Enos Jack Etson Bob Evans

1998-1999 1969-1972 1957-1959 1976-1977 1958-1960 1973-1974 1977-1980

•F• Darius Farrelly Jimmy Feagins Jack Ferguson Bill Ferry Ed Fields John Fish Stan Fleming Andre Forrester Conrad Fountaine Bobby Foster Damion Fray Derrick Frazier Larry Freiberg

1983-1984 1987-1990 1968-1971 1968-1971 1971-1973 1965-1968 1971-1972 2005-2006 1973-1976 1989-1991 2004-2005 1997-1998 1962-1965

•G• Dick Gelke Deshawn Gibbons Jim Glynn Rich Goldberg Stu Goldman John Goubeaud Gil Green Juan Griles Augie Gruenberg

1958-1959 2009-pres. 1958-1960 1960-1963 1965-1969 1965-1970 1976-1978 1984-1999 1960-1961

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Kyle Guerrant Jo Jo Gumbs •H• Alan Hahn Aaron Hall Mike Hammond Glenn Handley Azhar Haneef Walter Hansome Jim Harrington Michael Harry John Harvey Pete Haubner Glenn Haugk Roland Hawkins Darrick Heath John Heitner Ryan Heller Mike Henderson Brian Hennessy Michael Herrick Gene Higgins David Hill Paul Himmelsbach Russell Holloway Kevin Horton

1996-2000 1989-1991

1991-1993 2009-pres. 1985-1987 1966-1967 1979-1980 1970-1973 1962-1964 2006-2007 1996-2001 1971-1973 1972-1975 1975-1979 1986-1988 1998-2002 2002-2006 1981-1984 1992-1993 1990-1992 1978-1982 1976-1977 1958-1960 2008-2009 1982-1984

•I• •J• Jamal Jackson Jerry Jackson Michael Jackson Ken James Theady James Lorenzo Jarvis Michael Jefferson Nick Jenkins Aaron Johnson Ed Johnson George Johnson Peter Johnson Tyreak Johnson Nemanja Jokic Larry Jones John Joseph Randy Joseph Vujadon Jovic •K• Kanelous Ron Kashlak Martin Katz Bill Kienke Neil King T. Klimas-Mikalauskas Ed Klimkowski Jonathan Kohler Ken Krutzler Jacob Kudlacz Bill Kusnetz •L•

1993-1994 1974-1976 1985-1987 1994-1998 2001-2003 1991-1993 1987-1988 1981-1983 1992-1994 1965-1969 1974-1978 1991-1992 2010-pres. 2009-2010 1983-1984 1987-1990 1994-1998 1991-1992

1962-1963 1960-1961 1960-1961 1974-1975 1988-1989 2005-2006 1970-1972 2009-pres. 1972-1974 2003-2004 1960-1961

all-time pioneer roster

•B• Dror Bardichev Aaron Barnette Andrew Barrett Mike Barrett Mike Barrett Bob Barrett Jetster Bates Brandon Bell Jim Bell Marco Benedetto Addist Bennett Alan Berlowitz Tafare Berryman Andrew Betts Donnie Beverly Brad Biggs Richie Block Peter Blodnick Anthony Boston

2000-2001 1964-1967 1983-1984 1999-2002 1980-1982 2010-pres. 1980-1982 1957-1960


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball

all-time pioneer roster

Mike Lee Fred Leopold Nelson Levin Mike Levin Dick Levy Tony Licata Arkady Lin Jeremy Logan Tom Lowe Ron Ludwin

1983-1985 1960-1961 1969-1970 1964-1967 1957-1958 1965-1969 1985-1987 2004-2005 1973-1976 1960-1964

•M• Willard Mack 1989-1991 Roberto Macklin 2008-2010 Arik Madison 1990-1992 Steve Maillard 1962-1964 Keith Malone 1985-1987 Christ Manning 2009-2010 Frank Marino 1968-1970 Nate Marner 1982-1983 Bob Matefy 1960-1961 Wesley Matthews 2007-2008 Melvin Mattocks 1982-1986 Charles McCants 1995-1996 Jim McDonald 1965-1970 Art McKeldin 1972-1975 Glen McMillan 1984-1986 Gerry McNair 2002-2004 Stephen Mears 2008-2010 Dale Menendez 1998-1999 Raul Mercedes 2005-2007 Chris Meyer 1979-1981 Duane Middleton 1975-1977 Ed Miller 1970-1973 Jack Minister 2006-2007 Brian Mlodzinski 1989-1991 Arthur Mlotkowski 1996-1997 Gilbert Montalvo 2007-pres. David Moreno 2006-2008 John Morris 2005-2007 Frank Morrow 1957-1960 Simon Morton 1999-2002 Donnyel Moscovitz 1991-1992 Sean Mullings 1993-1995 James Mutlu 2009-pres. •N• Marcus Nelson 1994-1996 Steve Nitti 1981-1983 Simeon Noel-Jeune 1998-1999 •O• Baldur Olafsson Kevin O’Sullivan Tom Oswald

2000-2002 1991-1993 1975-1979

•P• John Pammer Scott Parker Craig Parnell Kareem Peele Jon Peress George Perry Mike Petrie

1986-1987 1991-1993 1984-1986 1982-1983 1981-1984 1988-1992 1977-1980

Elbert Platt Allen Pollock Barry Pollock Frank Porter Byron Prince Bob Purslow Ed Puttick

1973-1975 1957-1960 1961-1962 2000-2002 1988-1989 1976-1980 1960-1961

•Q• Chris Queen

1989-1992

•R• Michael Ranft Stu Raskin Devon Ray Damani Raye Alejendro Rease Jose Redd Matt Refner Nir Riechles Derrick Robillard Doug Robins Bob Rosen Ron Rutledge Matt Ryan

1998-1999 1970-1972 2002-2003 1993-1997 1993-1994 1982-1983 2007-2008 1986-1987 1995-1999 1968-1970 1960-1965 1972-1974 1986-1988

•S• Rommel Santos Bob Scally Jack Scally Kellen Scantlebury Bob Scarboro Richie Scheinblum Bob Schettino Jonathan Schmidt Daniel Scott Dave Scott Marcus Scott Bob Scully Franl Semiraglio Qayyim Shabazz Howie Shapiro Mike Shell Steve Shell Tchaka Shipp Jeff Siegel George Skrelja William Slinkosky Wayne Smallwood John Smith Tim Sorensen Mateusz Sowa Kevin Spann Todd Spehler Bob Spence Paris Spraggins Lou Sprauer Reuben Statam Lee Stevenson Ken Stewart Neville Storer Joel Suarez Melvin Sullivan Larry Summer

1990-1991 1965-1967 1967-1969 2005-2009 1977-1979 1960-1964 1962-1963 2005-2009 1999-2001 1965-1968 1991-1992 1967-1968 1988-1991 2000-2001 1960-1964 1959-1960 1973-1974 1997-1998 1965-1968 2006-2007 2010-pres. 1984-1986 2003-2004 1992-1997 2007-2008 2007-2009 1979-1981 1972-1975 1996-1997 1958-1959 2002-2004 1971-1972 1975-1976 2002-2005 2004-2006 1973-1974 1973-1974

Stefan Swiat Jermaine Syville Ron Szabo

1996-1997 1992-1993 1978-1980

•T• G. Talkachov Amir Tarif Marcus Taylor James Tchana Rich Terris Marc Terry Charles Thomas Michael Thorton Louie Torrence Angel Torres Frank Townsend Roy Tucker Fred Turner Dan Tutt

1964-1965 2010-pres. 2001-2005 2008-2010 1968-1969 2001-2005 1983-1985 1989-1990 1966-1967 1986-1987 1961-1963 1989-1990 1978-1980 1994-1995

•U• •V• Carlos Valentin Robert Van Valkenburgh Guy Van Wagenen Greg Vetrone Dave Vickers

1987-1989 1986-1989 1969-1971 1982-1985 1964-1965

•W• Dan Waddleton Kindu Walker Mike Walker Walker

1988-1991 1994-1996 1964-1965 1975-1976

John Walsh Kip Washington Jason Waters Paul Waters Jim Webber E. Webber Pat Webber Jeff Weiss Glenn Weissman Clifford Weston George White Lashone White Maurice Whitehurst Cal Whitworth Craig Wiener Brian Williams Carlos Williams Mitchell Williams Jason Willis Russell Wilson Scott Wojnas Woliver Donnell Woodly Ray Woods James Woolery Lamar Wright Ray Wright Steve Wright R. Wulf Ron Wyatt •X• •Y•

Garee Bryant 1995-99

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1998-1999 1984-1986 1989-1991 1958-1959 1969-1972 1963-1964 1977-1981 1981-1982 1974-1975 1973-1974 1957-1958 1996-1997 2005-2007 1974-1975 1982-1983 2005-2006 1985-1988 1988-1989 2001-2003 1970-1973 1982-1983 1957-1958 1971-1974 1980-1982 1992-1994 2003-2005 1968-1971 1968-1971 1963-1965 1973-1975


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball GAME - INDIVIDUAL Most Points Scored ..................................... 47 ......................................................Garee Bryant vs. Southampton ........................ 1998-99 Most Field Goals Made .............................. 20 ......................................................Garee Bryant vs. Southampton ........................ 1998-99 Most Free Throws Made ............................ 17 ...................................................... Delano Chandler vs. N.Y. Tech ........................ 1993-94 Most Rebounds ............................................ 30 .........................................John Chamberlain vs. Worcester Tech ........................ 1966-67 Most Assists ................................................. 19 ............................................................ Jason Waters vs. Concordia ........................ 1990-91 Most 3-Point Goals ...................................... 9......................................................Raul Mercedes vs. Saint Anselm ........................ 2006-07 Most 3-Point Attempts .............................. 16 ........................................................Jonathan Schmidt vs. Adelphi ........................ 2007-08 Most Steals ................................................... 11 ........................................................ Aaron Johnson vs. Concordia ........................ 1993-94

CAREER Most Points Scored ...................................1,980 ........................................................................... Jonathan Schmidt ........................ 2005-08 Most Field Goals Scored ........................... 729 .....................................................................................Garee Bryant ........................ 1995-99 Most Free Throws Scored......................... 517 ............................................................................ Jonathan Schmidt ........................ 2005-08 Highest Scoring Average (4 years) ..........20.1 ...................................................................................Mike Brandeis ........................ 1960-64 Most Rebounds ........................................... 857 .................................................................................. Jim McDonald ........................ 1967-70 Best Field Goal Percentage ....................... 623 ..................................................................................... John Heitner ........................ 1998-02 Best Free Throw Percentage .....................82.3 ..................................................................................... Bob DeBonis ........................ 1974-78 Most Field Goals Attempted ...................1,446 ....................................................................................Garee Bryant ........................ 1995-99 Most Free Throws Attempted.................. 722 ............................................................................ Jonathan Schmidt ........................ 2005-08 Most 3-Point Goals .................................... 213 ............................................................................ Jonathan Schmidt ........................ 2005-08 Most 3-Point Attempts ............................. 582 ............................................................................ Jonathan Schmidt ........................ 2005-08 Most Assists ................................................ 669 ........................................................................................Greg Dixon ........................ 1980-84 Most Games Played ................................... 121 ........................................................................................ Marc Terry ........................ 2001-05 Most Steals .................................................. 325 ........................................................................................Greg Dixon ........................ 1980-84 GAME - TEAM Most Points Scored .................................... 120 ................................................................vs. Mount St. Mary (NY) ........................ 1986-87 Fewest Points Allowed ............................... 24 ............................................................................................... vs. Pratt ........................ 1972-73 Most Field Goals Scored ............................ 51 .................................................................vs. Mount St. Mary (NY) ........................ 1986-87 Most 3-Point Goals ..................................... 14 ...........................................................................................vs. Findlay ........................ 2008-09 Most 3-Point Attempts .............................. 37 ...........................................................................................vs. Findlay ........................ 2008-09 Most 3-Point Goals Allowed..................... 13 ...........................................................................................by Bentley ........................ 2008-09 Most 3-Point Attempts Allowed .............. 29 ..........................................................................................by Molloy ........................ 2004-05 Most Free Throws Scored.......................... 40 ................................................................vs. Queens (43 Attempts) ........................ 1988-89 Most Rebounds ............................................ 66 .......................................................................................... vs. Queens ........................ 1968-69 ....................................................................... 66 ...................................................................vs. Central Connecticut ........................ 1971-72 Most Assists ................................................. 35 .....................................................................................vs. Concordia ........................ 1990-91 SEASON - TEAM Most Victories.............................................. 30 ....................................................................................................................................... 2008-09 Longest Winning Streak ............................ 30 ...................................................................................................................................... 2008-09 Longest Losing Streak ................................ 10 ....................................................................................................................................... 1958-59 Highest Scoring Average...........................85.7 ...................................................................................................................................... 2008-09 Lowest Opponents Scoring Average ......59.8 ...................................................................................................................................... 1972-73 Highest Rebound Average ........................46.0 ...................................................................................................................................... 1968-69 Best Field Goal Percentage ....................... 520 ...................................................................................................................................... 1974-75 Best Free Throw Percentage ..................... 727 ...................................................................................................................................... 1972-73 Most Assists ................................................ 644 ...................................................................................................................................... 2008-09 Most Steals .................................................. 400 ...................................................................................................................................... 1986-87 Most Turnovers by Opponents ............... 664 ...................................................................................................................................... 1986-87

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all-time records

SEASON - INDIVIDUAL Most Points Scored .................................... 734 ......................................................................... Michael Hammond ........................ 1986-87 Most Field Goals Scored ........................... 293 ......................................................................... Michael Hammond ........................ 1986-87 Most Free Throws Scored......................... 197 .........................................................................................Juan Griles ........................ 1988-89 Highest Scoring Average...........................24.5 ......................................................................... Michael Hammond ........................ 1986-87 Most Rebounds ........................................... 359 ............................................................................Calvin Whitworth ........................ 1974-75 Best Field Goal Percentage .......................67.9 .................................................................................. Lyndon Daniel ........................ 2007-08 Best Free Throw Percentage .....................86.5 ........................................................................................Mike Petrie ........................ 1978-79 Most Field Goals Attempted .................... 578 ......................................................................... Michael Hammond ........................ 1986-87 Most Free Throws Attempted.................. 232 .........................................................................................Juan Griles ........................ 1988-89 Most Games Played .................................... 33 .......... Ryan Bucci, Justin Cole, Reuben Statam, Neville Storer, Marc Terry ........................ 2002-03 Most Assists ................................................ 226 ................................................................................. Aaron Johnson ........................ 1993-94 Most Steals .................................................. 120 ........................................................................................Greg Dixon ........................ 1982-83 Most 3-Point Goals ..................................... 89 .....................................................................................Arik Madison ........................ 1991-92 Most 3-Point Attempts ............................. 203 ....................................................................................Arik Madison ........................ 1991-92


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball AB. CHRISTIAN (0-1) 11/28/98 N AC, 98-84 ACAD. AERONAUT. (4-0) 1957 A CWP 2/13/57 H CWP 12/17/57 A CWP, 67-66 12/10/58 H CWP, 69-39

pioneers vs. opponents

ACADIA (1-0) 1/13/73 N ADELPHI (38-42) 1/10/59 A 1/9/60 H 1/13/62 H 12/28/62 N 1/10/63 A 1/11/64 H 12/18/64 N 3/3/65 A 12/17/65 N 2/22/66 H 12/17/66 N 2/22/67 A 2/22/68 H 1/4/69 H 2/22/69 A 2/21/70 H 2/27/71 H 2/17/72 A 12/6/72 N 2/24/73 A 2/23/74 H 2/22/75 H 2/21/76 A 11/28/76 N 2/19/77 H 2/18/78 A 12/16/78 H 12/15/79 A 2/3/81 H 2/28/81 A 2/8/82 A 2/15/82 H 12/22/82 A 2/4/83 H 1/17/84 H 1/12/85 A 12/11/85 H 1/28/90 A 12/4/90 H 2/13/91 A 1/22/92 A 2/26/92 A 2/3/93 H 3/3/93 H 1/15/94 H 2/7/94 A 12/14/94 H 2/8/95 A 12/13/95 A 2/7/96 H 12/11/96 A 1/25/97 H 2/28/97 A

CWP, 55-45 ADEL, 91-60 ADEL, 83-57 CWP, 68-62 ADEL, 62-55 ADEL, 57-52 CWP, 90-83 ADEL, 96-80 ADEL, 82-81 CWP, 75-68 ADEL, 92-86 ADEL, 72-68 CWP, 88-65 CWP, 73-69 CWP, 66-63 ADEL, 77-70 CWP, 78-62 CWP, 73-72 CWP, 63-57 CWP, 59-57 CWP, 85-67 CWP, 73-61 CWP, 78-68 ADEL, 63-62 ADEL, 90-84 ADEL, 76-72 ADEL, 86-75 ADEL, 83-66 CWP, 81-67 CWP, 82-67 CWP, 83-82 CWP, 65-62 CWP, 70-69 CWP, 65-51 CWP, 58-52 CWP, 60-59 CWP, 69-63 CWP, 84-77 CWP, 93-89 ADEL, 75-72 CWP, 73-69 CWP, 71-67 CWP, 73-66 ADEL, 90-82 ADEL, 81-74 CWP, 76-69 CWP, 72-70 CWP, 79-73 ADEL, 89-68 ADEL, 93-75 ADEL, 85-72 ADEL, 70-64 CWP, 80-77 ADEL, 57-50

1/12/98 2/14/98 2/24/98 1/16/99 2/17/99 1/17/00 2/19/00 1/15/01 2/14/01 3/2/01 1/12/02 2/9/02 12/3/02 1/29/03 3/8/03 12/4/04 1/18/05 1/26/06 2/9/06 1/23/07 2/21/07 3/4/07 1/23/08 3/1/08 3/9/08 1/28/09 2/28/09

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

ADEL, 75-55 ADEL, 72-59 ADEL, 76-64 CWP, 55-47 ADEL, 71-64 ADEL, 79-66 ADEL, 83-69 ADEL, 87-78 ADEL, 85-72 ADEL, 75-54 ADEL, 75-65 ADEL, 96-81 CWP, 65-62 ADEL, 84-76 ADEL, 70-57 ADEL, 75-56 ADEL, 65-62 ADEL, 62-55 ADEL, 71-44 ADEL, 77-67 CWP, 66-53 ADEL, 61-58 CWP, 61-49 ADEL, 99-88 CWP, 60-57 CWP, 67-61 CWP, 61-55

ALBANY (0-3) 12/13/75 H 1/15/77 H 1/27/79 A

ALB, 70-67 ALB, 84-61 ALB, 98-77

ALBRIGHT (0-1) 3/10/62 N

ALB, 65-52

ALFRED (1-0) 12/21/63 H

BARUCH (1-0) 2/21/83 H

CWP, 81-49

BELMONT ABBEY (1-0) 11/20/05 H CWP, 91-80 BENEDICT (0-1) 11/29/96 N

BEN, 76-70

BENTLEY (1-3) 12/15/73 H 12/14/74 A 11/18/06 H 3/17/09 H

BEN, 52-44 BEN, 97-76 BEN, 70-60 CWP, 82-76

BEREA (0-1) 11/25/94 N

BER, 75-74

BLOOMFIELD (3-1) 2/4/59 A BLM, 71-69 2/17/60 H CWP, 86-83 2/5/90 H CWP, 65-61 1/11/01 H CWP, 83-61 BLOOMSBURG (2-4) 2/11/85 A CWP, 74-72 1/20/86 H CWP, 83-64 1/13/88 A BLM, 78-62 1/11/89 H BLM, 77-52 1/9/90 A BLM, 88-76 12/7/92 H BLM, 55-51 BOSTON UNIVERSITY (0-3) 12/2/79 A BOS, 109-74 2/16/81 H BOS, 81-67 2/23/82 A BOS, 86-57

CWP, 78-66

AMERICAN INTL. (2-1) 3/13/94 A CWP, 84-81 12/30/98 H CWP, 64-59 1/2/00 A AIC, 76-61 AMERICAN U. (PR) (0-1) 12/20/95 N AU, 87-73 AMHERST (1-0) 12/28/68 N

CWP, 64-58

AQUINAS (1-0) 11/29/85 N

CWP, 89-75

ASHLAND (1-0) 12/28/74 A

CWP, 64-60

ASSUMPTION (4-2) 12/28/66 N ASM, 78-65 3/14/03 N CWP, 81-75 12/29/05 H CWP, 72-70 12/18/07 H ASM, 73-71 12/30/08 H CWP, 84-59 3/15/09 H CWP, 75-61 BALDWIN-WALLACE (1-0) 12/15/69 H CWP, 77-75

BRANDEIS (3-0) 12/13/63 H 2/6/65 A 2/11/66 H

CWP, 87-58 CWP, 69-45 CWP, 105-67

BRIDGEPORT (27-24) 2/8/66 H CWP, 94-93 12/10/66 A BDG, 86-72 12/9/67 H CWP, 85-80 12/7/68 A BDG 62-57 2/4/69 H BDG, 77-70 12/6/69 A BDG, 102-71 12/18/70 H CWP, 72-61 12/4/71 A BDG, 83-80 12/29/71 N BDG, 68-66 12/2/72 H BDG, 81-75 1/12/74 A BDG, 62-56 1/11/75 H BDG, 68-64 1/21/76 H BDG, 57-56 12/14/76 H BDG, 80-69 1/16/78 A CWP, 94-86 1/6/79 H CWP, 78-74 12/4/82 A BDG, 71-64 12/3/84 H BDG, 83-70 12/2/85** A CWP, 74-57 12/3/86 H BDG, 89-83 12/2/87 A BDG, 84-73 11/30/88 H BDG, 77-75

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11/29/89 11/28/90 12/5/94 11/27/95 11/29/00 2/10/01 1/19/02 2/20/02 12/17/02 1/25/03 1/5/04 2/21/04 1/5/05 2/7/05 3/2/05 12/3/05 2/1/06 11/29/06 1/27/07 3/3/07 11/28/07 1/30/08 1/14/09 2/14/09 3/8/09 11/21/09 1/13/10 2/6/10 3/7/10

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

CWP, 89-87 CWP, 76-68 BDG, 97-83 CWP, 83-80 CWP, 76-54 BDG, 72-68 CWP, 81-64 BDG, 84-75 CWP, 92-64 CWP, 92-88 CWP, 81-59 BDG, 71-63 CWP, 80-69 BDG, 64-61 CWP, 69-61 CWP, 68-65 BDG, 85-67 CWP, 82-74 BDG, 80-75 CWP, 63-60 CWP, 70-55 CWP, 88-75 CWP, 78-71 CWP, 107-71 CWP, 62-56 BDG, 84-75 CWP, 69-64 BDG, 81-73 BDG, 70-61

BROCKPORT (3-5) 2/6/59 A CWP, 59-57 1/30/60 A BPT, 69-64 1/3/70 H BPT, 78-58 3/9/73 N BPT, 93-77 1/5/74 A CWP, 65-55 1/4/75 A CWP, 66-60 1/9/76 A BPT, 88-79 12/28/02 A BPT, 65-64 BROOKLYN (12-3) 12/2/60 A 12/18/61 H 1/8/63 A 2/24/64 H 2/13/65 A 3/5/72 H 1/31/73 A 1/30/74 H 1/29/75 A 12/30/75 A 1/19/77 A 12/7/77 H 1/3/79 A 1/8/80 H 11/28/80 A

BKN, 60-44 CWP, 64-61 CWP, 87-78 CWP, 73-63 BKN, 61-57 CWP, 74-68 CWP, 75-67 CWP, 77-67 CWP, 92-60 CWP, 90-71 CWP, 89-73 CWP, 84-48 CWP, 73-70 CWP, 69-62 BKN, 70-64

BROOKLYN-POLY (5-1) 2/5/57 BKN 1/2/60 A CWP, 69-56 12/14/60 H CWP, 80-72 12/16/61 A CWP, 96-56 12/5/62 H CWP, 103-51 12/5/64 H CWP, 83-66 BRYANT (0-2)


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball 2/11/07 3/15/08

H

BRY, 75-60

BUFFALO ST. (1-0) 12/16/60 N CWP, 81-62 CALDWELL (1-0) 11/25/89 H

CWP, 83-55

CENTRAL CONN. (3-4) 12/19/67 H CWP, 107-78 12/20/68 A CCSU, 62-55 12/13/69 H CCSU, 73-60 12/12/70 A CCSU, 89-64 12/30/70 N CCSU, 56-52 12/11/71 H CWP, 73-67 12/16/72 A CWP, 76-64

CHEYNEY (6-1) 3/12/83 N 12/8/87 H 3/11/88 N 12/3/88 A 1/13/90 H 12/10/90 A 12/4/92 H

CWP, 83-69 CWP, 91-79 CWP, 107-99 CHE, 84-78 CWP, 79-73 CWP, 75-68 CWP, 67-58

CCNY (12-6) 12/5/57 A 2/4/58 H 2/23/59 H 2/27/63 H 2/4/64 A 12/14/65 H 2/1/67 A 2/1/68 H 12/18/68 A 2/9/70 H 2/11/71 A 2/3/72 H 1/18/73 A 1/16/74 H 1/18/75 A 2/18/76 A 2/15/77 A 2/14/78 H

CCNY, 95-76 CCNY, 42-29 CCNY, 74-59 CWP, 76-67 CWP, 83-74 CWP, 75-63 CCNY, 76-60 CWP, 98-75 CCNY, 57-52 CWP, 68-64 CWP, 88-55 CWP, 77-73 CWP, 65-57 CWP, 73-46 CWP, 89-79 CWP, 81-70 CCNY, 85-80 CWP, 90-84

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

CWP, 67-66 CWP, 75-68 CWP, 89-68 CWP, 118-77 CWP, 106-83 CWP, 73-63 CWP, 104-89 CWP, 102-86 CWP, 87-71 CWP, 86-81 CWP, 95-75 CWP, 80-74 CON, 62-55 CWP, 73-70 CWP, 61-52 CWP, 68-62 CWP, 88-56 CWP, 100-74 CWP, 73-65 CWP, 106-84 CON, 68-63 CWP, 82-60 CWP, 81-65 CWP, 77-65 CON, 95-82 CWP, 74-70 CON, 82-71 CWP, 71-57 CWP, 87-48 CWP, 66-53 CWP, 58-52 CWP, 88-58 CWP, 79-60 CWP, 83-65 CON, 94-87 (ot) CON, 76-63 CWP, 74-58 CON, 84-81 CWP, 71-51 CWP, 79-75 CWP, 78-69 CWP, 91-69

CWP, 85-70 CWP, 95-88 CWP, 83-76 CWP, 75-66 CWP, 83-80 CWP, 68-61 CLA, 73-58

CLARKSON (1-0) 1/10/77 H

CWP, 92-87

CONCORDIA (37-7) 1/11/84 N CWP, 79-70 1/25/84 H CWP, 60-58

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

DOW, 58-56 CWP, 95-75 CWP, 77-69 CWP, 62-61 DOW, 66-62 DOW, 65-62 CWP, 72-71 CWP, 73-59 CWP, 67-61 CWP, 79-73 CWP, 95-74 CWP, 88-76 CWP, 71-57 CWP, 83-68 CWP, 59-50 DOW, 59-58 CWP, 83-68 CWP, 101-65 CWP, 84-46 CWP, 69-62 CWP, 79-69 DOW, 92-85 DOW, 75-70 CWP, 87-76 DOW, 92-80 DOW, 67-66 CWP, 91-61 CWP, 92-74 CWP, 82-75 CWP, 91-76 CWP, 75-71 CWP, 73-67 CWP, 70-68 DOW, 88-83 DOW, 89-84 DOW, 83-68

1/6/93 2/6/93 12/4/93 1/26/94 1/16/95 2/6/95 1/13/96 1/29/96 1/13/97 2/12/97 12/6/97 1/24/98 12/9/98 1/27/99 12/11/99 1/29/00 12/9/00 1/24/01 12/5/01 1/24/02 12/7/02 2/4/03 1/10/04 2/25/04 12/18/04 2/3/05 1/21/06 2/22/06 12/6/06 2/3/07 12/8/07 2/6/08 3/5/08 1/24/09 2/25/09 3/7/09

CORTLAND (2-0) 1/2/70 H CWP, 80-73 1/14/84 H CWP, 101-70 DAEMEN (1-0) 12/30/09 H DELAWARE (0-1) 12/29/67 N

CLARK (6-1) 2/16/62 H 12/18/62 A 12/20/63 H 1/9/65 A 12/30/65 N 12/27/66 N 12/27/81 N

2/9/77 2/8/78 2/28/79 1/3/80 2/27/80 1/20/81 2/25/81 1/20/82 2/6/82 12/15/82 2/9/83 1/19/84 2/16/84 3/1/84 1/16/85 2/13/85 3/2/85 12/4/85 2/1/86 1/31/87 2/18/87 2/3/88 2/20/88 3/5/88 3/12/88 1/25/89 3/6/89 2/7/90 2/24/90 3/10/90 1/23/91 2/16/91 3/9/91 12/14/91 2/8/92 3/3/92

CWP, 79-58 DEL, 91-75

DIST. OF COLUMBIA (2-1) 2/16/85 H CWP, 88-72 12/6/86 A CWP, 80-66 1/23/88* H DC, 77-67 DOMINICAN (2-0) 12/8/90 H CWP, 97-59 11/17/01 A CWP, 64-60 DOWLING (52-26) 12/1/71 A CWP, 86-65 11/27/72 H DOW, 59-53 2/11/76 A DOW, 72-70

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A CWP, 77-74 H CWP, 77-67 H CWP, 80-76 A CWP, 83-62 H DOW, 76-72 A DOW, 89-77 A CWP, 86-84 H CWP, 93-85 H CWP, 66-59 A CWP, 63-58 H DOW, 80-62 A DOW, 81-61 A CWP, 73-59 H DOW, 63-56 A DOW, 81-62 H DOW, 96-90 A CWP, 75-72 H DOW, 76-75 H DOW, 92-87 A DOW, 87-68 A DOW, 83-81 H CWP, 87-62 A CWP, 75-53 H CWP, 86-56 A CWP, 73-63 H CWP, 71-61 H DOW, 80-76 (4ot) A DOW, 78-70 H CWP, 86-51 A CWP, 82-64 A CWP, 99-54 H CWP, 71-45 H CWP, 83-64 A CWP, 888-62 H CWP, 72-58 N CWP, 84-62

pioneers vs. opponents

CHESTERFIELD (0-2) N CHE, 78-52 2/18/57 N CHE, 93-68

2/18/84 12/9/86 2/19/90 1/30/91 2/23/91 1/8/92 2/15/92 1/27/93 2/17/93 1/22/94 2/10/94 12/7/94 2/1/95 12/6/95 1/31/96 1/11/97 2/10/97 1/17/98 2/4/98 11/23/98 1/30/99 12/13/99 1/31/00 12/13/00 1/27/01 2/27/01 12/8/01 1/26/02 12/10/02 2/6/03 1/14/04 2/28/04 1/20/05 2/17/05 1/6/06 2/14/06 12/13/06 2/8/07 1/5/08 2/13/08 1/12/09 2/11/09


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball 12/9/09 1/20/10 2/13/10

H A H

CWP, 75-48 CWP, 85-59 CWP, 81-56

DREW (3-0) 1/11/60 A 2/25/61 H 2/24/62 A

CWP, 70-63 CWP, 89-60 CWP, 66-55

pioneers vs. opponents

EAST STROUDSBURG (2-4) 2/20/81 H ESU, 72-69 12/14/87 H CWP, 102-64 1/28/89 A ESU, 75-70 1/12/91 H ESU, 76-71 12/9/91 A ESU, 85-61 12/29/95 N CWP, 71-60 ECKERD (0-1) 12/21/95 N

ECK, 69-50

EDINBORO (1-0) 12/7/84 N

CWP, 73-56

EVANGEL (1-0) 12/31/09 H

CWP, 94-67

FAIRFIELD (1-0) 1/11/61 A

CWP, 78-76

FAIR.-DICKINSON (6-8) 1/18/61 H CWP, 81-70 2/28/62 A CWP, 82-63 3/2/63 A CWP, 75-61 2/26/64 H FDU, 80-74 2/1/7/65 A FDU, 70-65 2/16/66 A FDU, 92-70 2/15/67 H CWP, 91-81 2/17/68 A FDU, 84-70 2/12/69 H FDU, 89-68 2/1/8/70 A FDU, 65-58 2/17/71 H CWP, 51-49 2/16/72 A CWP, 58-53 3/3/73 H FDU, 61-44 2/16/74 A FDU, 62-54 FINDLAY (0-1) 3/25/09 N FIN, 89-79 (OT) FLORIDA SOUTHERN (1-2) 1/13/75 N CWP, 81-63 1/8/88 A FS, 94-61 12/28/95 N FS, 87-70 FLORIDA TECH (1-0) 1/14/75 A CWP, 78-73 FRANKLIN PIERCE (6-2) 1/21/84 H CWP, 71-57 1/18/85 A FPC, 73-60 12/6/85* N CWP, 77-68 2/19/87 H CWP, 74-58 1/16/89 A FPC, 76-60 12/9/89 H CWP, 67-66 3/9/94 A CWP, 61-56 12/30/05 H CWP, 61-57

GANNON (3-4) 3/8/75 N 12/2/83 N 3/10/84 N 12/30/86 A 3/6/87 A 3/16/90 A 11/24/06 A

GAN, 67-60 CWP, 57-50 CWP, 65-62 CWP, 64-62 GAN, 80-71 GAN, 83-78 GAN, 76-69

GETTYSBURG (1-0) 11/22/86 N CWP, 94-71 GOLDEY-BEACOM (2-0) 1/8/08 H CWP, 75-69 1/3/09 A CWP, 93-63 HARTFORD (3-3) 2/1/59 A 1/16/60 H 1/4/61 A 12/13/61 H 12/10/62 A 1/4/64 H HARTWICK (3-4) 3/3/71 N 1/9/74 A 1/9/75 H 1/23/76 H 2/17/77 H 2/16/78 A 2/22/79 H HOFSTRA (5-16) 2/11/59 A 2/10/60 H 2/1/61 A 12/30/61 N 2/10/62 H 3/9/62 N 12/27/62 N 2/23/63 A 12/27/63 N 2/27/65 H 2/26/66 A 2/28/67 H 2/28/68 A 2/28/69 H 2/11/70 A 2/3/71 H 2/11/72 H 2/7/73 H 2/6/74 A 2/5/75 H 1/17/76 H

HAR, 72-54 HAR, 71-69 HAR, 71-68 CWP, 85-53 CWP, 74-66 CWP, 93-62 HAR, 77-50 CWP, 71-65 CWP, 82-71 HAR, 84-51 CWP, 87-77 HAR, 60-51 HAR, 65-56 HOF, 82-49 HOF, 85-55 HOF, 69-66 HOF, 68-55 HOF, 81-60 HOF, 56-55 CWP, 73-70 HOF, 75-69 HOF, 60-56 CWP, 68-65 HOF, 102-91 HOF, 78-68 HOF, 81-58 HOF, 95-81 HOF, 62-59 CWP, 76-66 HOF, 90-62 CWP, 58-57 HOF, 69-59 HOF, 70-56 CWP, 59-55

HOLY FAMILY (2-1) 11/16/01 N CWP, 83-79 11/24/07 A HFU, 68-67 12/22/08 H CWP, 97-59 HUNTER (10-0) 12/9/61 H 12/8/62 A 12/4/63 H 12/10/64 A

CWP, 69-67 CWP, 64-53 CWP, 83-50 CWP, 93-57

12/17/71 12/9/72 12/8/73 1/25/75 1/28/76 12/2/77

N A H A A A

ITHACA (0-1) 12/6/75 N

CWP, 80-74 CWP, 70-60 CWP, 50-45 CWP, 72-66 CWP, 83-68 CWP, 79-67 ITH, 60-59

JERSEY CITY ST. (2-0) 11/26/57 A CWP, 79-78 1/27/86 H CWP, 118-98 JOHNS HOPKINS (1-0) 1/28/80 H CWP, 95-78 KEAN (0-1) 3/5/77 A

KEA, 64-63

KEENE ST. (3-0) 1/15/84 H 1/19/85 A 12/10/88 H

CWP, 94-64 CWP, 72-61 CWP, 60-56

KINGS (NY) (2-3) 2/28/58 A KIN, 93-77 12/13/58 A KIN, 72-59 2/14/59 H KIN, 80-74 12/8/59 H CWP, 100-87 1/21/61 A CWP, 91-60

12/6/66 12/5/67 12/2/68 2/24/70 2/24/71 1/8/72 2/20/73 2/20/74 2/11/75 1/7/76 2/4/77 12/13/78 12/8/79 12/8/80

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

BRK, 93-55 BRK, 70-52 BRK, 64-57 BRK, 68-53 BRK, 83-78 BRK, 79-66 BRK, 69-68 CWP, 56-55 CWP, 61-59 BRK, 99-72 CWP, 81-67 BRK, 66-52 BRK, 77-54 BRK, 90-76

LONG ISLAND AGGIES (4-2) 1/17/59 A LIA, 84-64 1/30/59 H LIA, 52-48 1/20/60 A CWP, 72-55 2/15/60 H CWP, 59-52 12/17/60 A CWP, 49-35 2/15/61 H CWP, 73-68 LOYOLA (MONT.) (1-0) 12/18/69 H CWP, 105-76 LYNCHBURG (1-0) 11/27/73 A CWP, 90-82 MAINE (0-1) 12/3/79 A

MAI, 75-49

MANHATTAN (1-4) 12/1/66 A MAN, 82-80 12/16/67 H MAN, 91-73 11/26/77 H MAN, 87-83 11/25/78 A MAN, 90-50 11/30/79 A CWP, 64-53

KINGS (PA) (1-2) 12/30/67 N 12/4/76 N 12/16/77 N

KIN, 101-81 CWP, 92-79 KIN, 89-78

KUTZTOWN (7-2) 12/17/77 N 2/4/85 H 2/3/86 A 1/16/87 H 1/16/88 A 1/21/89 H 1/16/90 A 1/28/91 H 2/3/92 A

KUT, 81-73 CWP, 80-54 CWP, 85-71 CWP, 70-60 KUT, 72-66 CWP, 75-60 CWP, 65-64 CWP, 75-48 CWP, 76-61

LEHMAN (2-0) 12/18/82 H 2/6/89 H

CWP, 72-65 CWP, 78-57

LEMOYNE (2-1) 1/10/83 H 1/26/85 H 12/11/94 A

CWP, 74-50 CWP, 74-62 LEM, 64-60

MD-EASTERN SHORE (1-1) 1/3/75 N CWP, 59-51 12/12/81 A MES, 62-51

LOCK HAVEN (3-0) 11/25/06 N CWP, 101-71 11/17/07 A CWP, 91-58 11/15/08 H CWP, 74-50

UMASS-BOSTON (1-0) 12/28/81 N CWP, 68-57

LIU-BROOKLYN (4-13) 1/29/58 A BRK, 131-100 12/7/64 A CWP, 61-58 12/7/65 H BRK, 69-52

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MANSFIELD (0-1) 1/10/84 N MAN, 56-55 MARIST (6-3) 2/24/75 H 1/10/76 N 2/26/77 H 2/25/78 A 12/20/78 H 2/17/79 A 12/19/79 H 12/17/80 H 1/10/81 A

CWP, 74-51 MAR, 69-66 CWP, 103-85 CWP, 69-57 CWP, 88-79 MAR, 77-76 CWP, 83-81 CWP, 74-72 MAR, 71-62

UMASS-LOWELL (1-3) 1/3/93 H CWP, 74-67 3/17/03 A UML, 69-59 12/30/04 H UML, 81-56 12/16/05 A UML, 77-55


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball MEDGAR EVERS (2-0) 12/21/87 H CWP, 85-47 1/6/92 H CWP, 92-69 CWP, 104-86 CWP, 88-79 CWP, 84-61 CWP, 80-62 CWP, 88-73 CWP, 100-77 CWP, 98-71 CWP, 93-68 CWP, 114-72 CWP, 110-66 CWP, 94-75 CWP, 102-74 CWP, 80-67 CWP, 84-71 CWP, 88-62 CWP, 85-73 CWP, 98-73 CWP, 61-59 CWP, 82-71 CWP, 70-53 CWP, 67-48 MER, 73-68 MER, 71-65 CWP, 90-76 CWP, 88-78 CWP, 90-65 CWP, 90-65 CWP, 85-63 CWP, 70-66 MER, 80-59 CWP, 113-78 CWP, 53-52 CWP, 70-57 CWP, 80-37 CWP, 83-55 CWP, 90-66 MER, 78-76 CWP, 89-67 CWP, 84-71 CWP, 76-68 CWP, 104-81 CWP, 88-68 CWP, 70-56 CWP, 102-69 CWP, 81-66 CWP, 78-69 CWP, 78-71 CWP, 70-56 CWP, 62-58 MER, 68-58 MER, 78-67 CWP, 86-53 CWP, 88-60 CWP, 67-52 CWP, 77-59 CWP, 58-40 CWP, 105-43 CWP, 87-41 CWP, 83-54 CWP, 113-75 CWP, 95-65

MILLERSVILLE (1-1) 12/3/08 H CWP, 105-65 11/21/90 A MILL, 76-73 (OT) MO. SOUTHERN (0-1) 12/19/95 N MSU, 86-72 MOLLOY (35-5) 1/18/91 H 12/5/92 H 12/30/92 A 1/8/94 A 2/12/94 H 11/30/94 A 1/25/95 H 11/29/95 H 1/24/96 A 1/15/97 A 2/19/97 H 1/5/98 A 2/7/98 H 1/13/99 A 2/13/99 H 12/8/99 A 1/26/00 H 1/17/01 A 2/17/01 H 1/15/02 H 2/13/02 A 1/18/03 H 3/1/03 A 3/4/03 H 1/24/04 A 2/19/04 H 12/1/04 H 2/15/05 A 1/9/2006 H 1/18/06 A 12/2/06 A 1/31/07 H 12/5/07 H 2/2/08 A 1/21/09 A 2/21/09 H 3/4/09 H 1/6/10 H 1/27/10 A 2/20/10 H

CWP, 99-46 CWP, 75-61 CWP, 104-40 CWP, 112-75 CWP, 101-80 CWP, 87-64 CWP, 67-34 CWP, 65-54 CWP, 72-69 CWP, 80-62 CWP, 80-68 MOL, 94-77 CWP, 63-51 MOL, 93-95 MOL, 67-65 MOL, 76-68 CWP, 80-70 CWP, 84-71 CWP, 81-46 MOL, 67-70 CWP, 88-70 CWP, 73-65 CWP, 88-81 CWP, 88-76 CWP, 80-67 CWP, 76-70 CWP, 91-60 CWP, 79-71 CWP, 81-76 CWP, 80-71 CWP, 82-74 CWP, 85-79 CWP, 82-57 CWP, 91-75 CWP, 104-75 CWP, 95-56 CWP, 98-63 CWP, 75-73 CWP, 84-67 CWP, 79-50

MONMOUTH (9-13) 2/8/58 H MON, 102-88 2/28/59 H MON, 91-73 12/29/70 N CWP, 85-77

12/26/71 12/28/72 12/4/73 12/27/73 12/4/74 12/3/75 12/1/76 2/3/78 1/9/79 2/6/79 1/14/80 2/7/81 1/30/82 2/18/82 2/25/82 12/13/82 1/22/83 3/5/83 11/10/05

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

CWP, 75-70 CWP, 67-60 MON, 100-88 CWP, 76-68 CWP, 85-74 MON, 101-78 MON, 100-77 MON, 84-77 CWP, 63-60 MON, 80-68 MON, 91-81 MON, 65-64 CWP, 51-50 MON, 67-54 MON, 83-73 MON, 65-63 CWP, 81-70 CWP, 70-65 MON, 66-50

MONTCLAIR ST. (1-2) 3/4/71 N MON, 80-68 12/29/72 A CWP, 61-59 12/28/73 A MON, 64-53 MORGAN ST. (0-4) 12/21/73 N 12/11/74 A 12/12/75 H 12/10/76 A

MOR, 79-67 MOR, 70-63 MOR, 75-66 MOR, 80-67

MT. ST MARY’S (MD) (1-2) 1/14/78 H CWP, 95-84 3/15/85 N MSM, 69-67 11/21/86 A MSM, 91-83 MT. ST. MARY’S (NY) (2-0) 11/25/86 H CWP, 120-72 2/4/92 A CWP, 94-91 MUHLENBERG (1-0) 12/28/67 N CWP, 88-75 NEW HAVEN (11-12) 1/18/78 A UNH, 97-84 1/20/79 H UNH, 62-61 12/14/81 A UNH, 78-76 12/11/82 N UNH, 97-91 12/10/83 A CWP, 85-75 11/29/86 A UNH, 85-80 11/28/87 H UNH, 86-85 1/9/88 A UNH, 83-71 3/17/89 A CWP, 85-62 12/12/89 H UNH, 89-78 11/26/02 H CWP, 72-62 1/23/03 A UNH, 69-55 3/7/03 H CWP, 77-69 12/4/03 A UNH, 78-74 2/11/04 H CWP, 82-77 11/23/04 A CWP, 67-54 1/26/05 H CWP, 66-50 12/7/05 A CWP, 71-66 2/4/06 H UNH, 63-59 1/17/07 H CWP, 81-65 2/15/07 A UNH, 77-68 1/16/08 A CWP, 78-62

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H

CWP, 85-67

NEW JERSEY TECH (1-5) 1/19/98 H CWP, 72-65 2/9/98 A NJT, 66-65 1/18/99 A NJT, 70-47 2/20/99 H NJT, 70-69 1/15/00 H NJT, 90-80 2/16/00 A NJT, 76-70 NEW PALTZ (7-0) 1/7/61 H 1/17/62 A 2/2/63 H 12/11/63 A 12/4/64 H 12/3/65 A 12/3/66 H

CWP, 85-52 CWP, 88-66 CWP, 83-78 CWP, 60-46 CWP, 56-53 CWP, 79-76 CWP, 81-60

NYACK (1-0) 12/28/08 H

CWP, 95-64

NYIT (56-18) 12/10/60 H 1/20/62 H 12/12/64 H 12/5/70 H 12/16/70 N 3/1/72 H 2/28/73 A 2/27/74 H 2/27/75 A 2/9/76 A 2/2/77 A 2/1/78 H 2/26/79 A 2/4/80 H 2/9/81 A 12/17/81 H 12/29/81 N 12/8/82 A 12/8/83 H 12/20/84 H 2/9/85 A 1/8/86 A 2/8/86 H 2/28/86 H 2/4/87 H 2/21/87 A 2/6/88 H 2/24/88 A 3/2/88 H 1/23/89 H 2/22/89 A 3/11/89 A 2/17/90 A 2/5/91 A 3/2/91 H 3/8/91 H 12/8/92 H 12/22/93 H 2/16/94 A 12/17/94 A 2/13/95 H 12/16/95 H 2/5/96 A

CWP, 87-54 CWP, 90-51 CWP, 93-68 CWP, 80-64 CWP, 67-49 CWP, 82-68 CWP, 82-56 NYT, 52-51 CWP, 79-63 NYT, 57-56 CWP, 68-62 NYT, 75-72 NYT, 85-55 NYT, 90-72 CWP, 70-69 CWP, 72-60 CWP, 67-61 NYT, 85-70 CWP, 78-71 CWP, 64-63 CWP, 80-75 CWP, 76-75 CWP, 88-83 CWP, 101-72 CWP, 73-62 CWP, 87-78 CWP, 90-77 CWP, 87-72 CWP, 82-76 CWP, 74-61 CWP, 82-74 CWP, 80-73 CWP, 81-61 CWP, 8056 CWP, 91-79 CWP, 88-67 CWP, 109-81 NYT, 97-90 CWP, 87-66 NYT, 105-83 CWP, 92-87 NYT, 93-71 NYT, 81-67

pioneers vs. opponents

MERCY (55-6) 12/10/80 H 12/9/81 A 1/19/83 H 2/16/83 A 1/28/84 H 2/22/84 A 1/25/85 H 2/20/85 A 1/25/86 H 2/19/86 A 1/21/87 A 2/7/87 H 2/25/87 H 2/10/88 A 2/27/88 H 2/1/89 A 3/1/89 H 2/10/90 H 2/28/90 A 1/16/91 A 2/9/91 H 1/18/92 H 1/29/92 A 1/12/93 A 2/27/93 H 1/5/94 H 2/26/94 A 1/11/95 H 2/18/95 A 2/27/95 H 1/10/96 H 2/17/96 A 12/14/96 A 1/28/97 H 1/3/98 H 2/21/98 A 1/9/99 A 2/10/99 H 1/12/00 H 2/12/00 A 1/9/01 A 2/7/01 H 1/5/02 H 2/5/02 A 1/20/03 A 2/26/03 H 12/2/03 A 2/3/04 H 1/15/05 H 2/5/05 A 1/14/06 H 2/16/06 A 1/20/07 H 2/17/07 A 1/19/08 A 2/27/08 H 12/10/08 A 2/7/09 H 12/5/09 H 1/16/10 A 2/14/10 H

MERRIMACK (6-4) 2/5/65 A MER, 82-71 2/18/66 H CWP, 103-83 2/4/67 A MER, 97-71 1/6/68 H CWP, 84-77 1/30/71 H CWP, 114-80 1/28/72 H MER, 80-67 12/29/93 A CWP, 73-65 12/22/00 H CWP, 83-81 12/21/01 A CWP, 83-65 11/20/05 H MER, 74-55


C.W. POST PIONEERS

pioneers vs. opponents

2010-11 men’s basketball 12/7/96 1/22/97 12/13/97 2/11/98 1/4/99 2/3/99 2/2/00 2/23/00 2/3/01 2/21/01 3/10/01 1/17/02 2/16/02 1/4/03 2/8/03 12/20/03 1/29/04 3/6/04 1/11/05 2/19/05 1/24/06 2/25/06 1/25/07 2/24/07 11/28/07 1/26/08 1/17/09 2/18/09 12/12/09 1/23/10 2/17/10

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

CWP, 82-64 NYT, 58-56 CWP, 97-82 CWP, 90-79 NYT, 80-74 NYT, 68-65 CWP, 71-65 NYT, 65-58 CWP, 71-67 CWP, 73-62 CWP, 56-51 CWP, 75-66 CWP, 71-59 CWP, 82-62 CWP, 73-57 NYT, 85-76 CWP, 88-77 CWP, 79-78 CWP, 82-75 NYT, 66-64 CWP, 65-62 CWP, 81-72 NYT, 87-85 CWP, 70-60 CWP, 67-59 CWP, 84-79 CWP, 91-79 CWP, 102-81 NYT, 58-57 CWP, 88-83 CWP, 88-69

NEWPORT NEWS (1-0) 11/26/94 N CWP, 71-62 NIAGARA (0-1) 12/6/80 A

NIA, 78-57

NORTHEASTERN (3-5) 12/17/62 A NOR, 82-61 12/14/63 H CWP, 66-61 1/8/65 A CWP, 80-70 1/21/66 H CWP, 83-82 2/3/67 A NOR, 84-79 2/9/68 H NOR, 76-65 2/7/69 A NOR, 72-58 2/14/70 H NOR, 74-61 OAKLAND (MI) (1-0) 1/4/74 N CWP, 48-47 OLD WESTBURY (1-1) 1/31/81 H CWP, 87-81 11/29/81 H OLD, 81-77 OTTERBEIN (1-0) 12/27/74 N PACE (31-9) 1/9/58 A 2/21/59 H 1/27/60 A 2/3/65 H 2/19/66 A 1/7/67 H 12/23/78 A

CWP, 73-70 PAC, 77-71 CWP, 70-59 CWP, 81-80 CWP, 101-92 CWP, 65-57 CWP, 93-68 PAC, 88-75

2/12/79 12/22/79 2/8/80 1/29/81 2/18/81 1/27/82 2/13/82 1/29/83 2/23/83 3/3/83 12/7/83 2/4/84 3/3/84 12/5/84 2/2/85 12/14/85 2/16/87 1/18/88 1/30/89 2/12/90 1/14/91 1/25/92 2/29/92 12/19/93 1/30/93 1/10/94 1/24/94 1/18/95 2/22/95 1/17/96 2/21/96 1/8/97 2/8/97

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

CWP, 81-68 CWP, 91-79 PAC, 81-74 CWP, 86-80 CWP, 82-74 CWP, 93-84 CWP, 94-90 CWP, 81-78 CWP, 60-55 CWP, 108-85 CWP, 86-73 CWP, 58-56 CWP, 84-62 CWP, 70-57 CWP, 71-64 CWP, 81-57 CWP, 79-69 CWP, 64-62 CWP, 63-62 PAC, 76-65 CWP, 72-61 CWP, 59-47 PAC, 61-46 PAC, 93-85 CWP, 62-46 CWP, 56-49 CWP, 66-63 PAC, 82-56 PAC, 52-48 CWP, 49-47 PAC, 72-67 CWP, 60-48 CWP, 64-63

PHILADELPHIA U. (12-36) 3/7/75 N CWP, 72-68 1/24/83 A PHI, 72-61 3/11/83 N PHI, 72-68 1/23/84 H CWP, 69-67 1/21/85 A PHI, 71-69 3/8/85 N CWP, 65-62 1/13/86 H CWP, 76-65 1/12/87 A PHI, 104-99 1/11/88 H PHI, 67-61 1/19/89 A PHI, 84-57 1/22/90 H PHI, 89-75 2/11/91 A PHI, 81-61 3/16/91 N PHI, 64-63 1/11/92 H PHI, 72-55 2/18/92 A PHI, 73-64 1/16/93 A PHI, 78-64 2/20/93 H PHI, 72-55 1/19/94 A PHI, 95-55 2/2/94 H PHI, 89-77 3/5/94 A PHI, 85-70 3/12/94 N PHI, 56-54 1/7/95 A PHI, 70-56 2/15/95 H PHI, 78-59 1/6/96 H PHI, 79-65 2/14/96 A PHI, 87-78 2/27/96 A PHI, 72-61 12/4/96 H CWP, 74-60 1/20/97 A CWP, 71-53 2/25/97 H CWP, 57-56 1/14/98 A PHI, 69-55 1/28/98 H CWP, 77-68

Mike Hammond 1985-87 12/2/98 1/20/99 12/1/99 1/19/00 1/13/01 1/20/01 1/9/02 2/7/02 1/8/03 2/12/03 12/10/03 2/14/04 3/7/04 12/8/04 2/1/05 3/5/05 3/14/09

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

PHI, 58-55 PHI, 83-78 PHI, 82-70 PHI, 95-90 PHI, 83-79 PHI, 74-69 PHI, 68-61 PHI, 76-67 CWP, 67-51 PHI, 64-61 PHI, 77-75 CWP, 68-62 CWP, 79-65 PHI, 68-62 PHI, 76-67 PHI, 79-66 CWP, 73-51

PLATTSBURGH (1-1) 12/5/75 N PLA, 76-62 1/24/76 A CWP, 57-52 POST (CT) (4-0) 12/19/87 H 1/17/89 A 12/19/06 H 11/20/07 A

3/4/66 1/17/67 12/2/67 2/1/69 2/3/70 2/1/71 1/5/72 1/24/73 3/4/77 12/6/78 1/30/79 1/21/80 1/30/80 12/5/80 1/22/81 1/16/82 2/4/82 1/12/83 2/26/83 1/14/89

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

CWP, 83-81 CWP, 98-64 CWP, 73-71 CWP, 83-73 CWP, 99-82 CWP, 89-69 CWP, 105-61 CWP, 93-24 CWP, 77-63 PRA, 50-48 PRA, 56-47 CWP, 112-64 CWP, 75-48 CWP, 88-64 CWP, 83-75 CWP, 63-49 CWP, 46-45 CWP, 66-57 CWP, 82-72 CWP, 94-25

PR-ARECIBO (1-0) 12/29/01 A CWP, 76-64 CWP, 94-56 CWP, 93-79 CWP, 85-73 CWP, 72-71

POTSDAM (1-0) 3/10/73 N

CWP, 79-75

PRATT (22-2) 1/31/62 H 2/12/63 A 2/11/64 H 1/4/65 H

CWP, 49-47 CWP, 51-49 CWP, 93-67 CWP, 90-70

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PR-CAYEY (1-0) 12/28/01 A

CWP, 71-53

PR-RIO PIEDRAS (1-2) 11/29/99 H CWP, 75-58 11/27/00 H PR, 82-71 12/30/01 A PR, 76-70 QUEENS (NY) (58-18) 1/6/60 A QUE, 83-52 12/22/60 N QUE, 81-64 2/11/61 H QUE, 93-86


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball A A N H N N A A H A N H A H H A H A H H A H A H A H H H A A H H H A H A A H H A A H H A A H H A H A H A A H A H A H H A A H A A H H

CWP, 69-62 CWP, 94-89 QUE, 55-54 CWP, 97-55 CWP, 68-57 CWP, 94-62 CWP, 72-62 CWP, 70-54 CWP, 93-72 CWP, 91-67 CWP, 85-77 CWP, 73-58 CWP, 79-59 CWP, 72-44 CWP, 69-60 CWP, 79-60 CWP, 70-59 CWP, 62-52 CWP, 85-75 CWP, 78-61 CWP, 73-65 CWP, 66-63 CWP, 81-68 CWP, 66-43 QUE, 72-65 CWP, 78-62 CWP, 88-73 CWP, 84-72 CWP, 88-58 CWP, 62-50 CWP, 72-40 CWP, 75-50 CWP, 80-69 CWP, 79-55 CWP, 70-67 CWP, 77-69 CWP, 67-64 CWP, 83-68 CWP, 78-74 CWP, 60-55 CWP, 77-71 CWP, 72-63 CWP, 80-67 CWP, 64-52 QUE, 71-61 CWP, 79-68 QUE, 68-56 QUE, 69-56 CWP, 84-67 CWP, 74-60 QUE, 71-58 QUE, 71-67 QUE, 71-69 QUE, 62-55 CWP, 76-72 CWP, 59-53 CWP, 75-59 CWP, 77-69 QUE, 70-65 QUE, 89-59 QUE, 84-68 QUE, 85-67 QUE, 83-66 QUE, 82-72 CWP, 83-74 CWP, 87-62

2/9/08 12/3/08 1/31/09 1/11/10 2/3/10 2/27/10 3/6/10

A A H A H A H

CWP, 72-52 CWP, 96-79 CWP, 84-64 CWP, 98-85 CWP, 77-69 CWP, 77-72 CWP, 71-62

SAINT FRANCIS (PA) (0-2) 2/23/80 A STF, 64-61 1/7/81 H STF, 78-68

RAMAPO (1-0) 11/29/93 H

CWP, 59-58

SAINT MICHAEL’S (2-2) 12/7/85* A CWP, 95-75 3/7/87 N CWP, 85-72 11/23/99 H STM, 79-67 11/18/00 A STM, 89-56

ROANOKE (0-1) 12/1/73 A

ROA, 123-76

SALISBURY STATE (1-0) 2/2/79 N CWP, 82-64

CWP, 93-89

SAN FRANCISCO ST. (1-0) 12/28/86 N CWP, 83-79

RUT, 92-63

SAINT PAUL’S (NC) (0-1) 11/30/96 N STP, 68-67

ROSE POLY (1-0) 12/19/69 H RUTGERS (0-1) 2/19/83 A

RUTGERS-NEWARK (2-0) 2/8/61 A CWP, 92-66 1/10/62 H CWP, 62-47 SACRED HEART (14-13) 12/9/69 H CWP, 87-73 12/8/70 A CWP, 74-69 12/7/71 H SAC, 76-74 12/13/72 A CWP, 45-42 12/12/73 H SAC, 56-55 12/21/74 A CWP, 79-72 1/14/76 A SAC, 99-88 12/3/76 N SAC, 82-70 1/13/77 A SAC, 87-77 1/11/78 H SAC, 75-73 1/24/79 A CWP, 101-96 1/19/80 H CWP, 74-72 12/20/80 A SAC, 98-84 12/22/81 H SAC, 87-73 12/21/82 A SAC, 95-82 12/3/83 N SAC, 80-63 12/20/83 H CWP, 83-68 12/18/84 A SAC, 80-78 12/17/85 H CWP, 73-69 12/16/86 A CWP, 75-72 12/12/87 H SAC, 91-87 12/17/88 A CWP, 64-58 12/16/89 H CWP 113-105 12/15/90 A CWP, 90-69 12/28/93 N CWP, 83-63 12/17/96 N CWP, 91-77 11/24/97 A SAC, 83-72 SAINT ANSELM (2-2) 2/8/69 A STA, 83-81 12/1/69 A STA, 75-69 2/19/71 H CWP, 89-72 11/17/06 H CWP, 79-62 SAINT AUGUSTINE’S (0-1) 3/11/84 N STA, 86-81 SAINT FRANCIS (NY) (0-3) 12/3/58 H STF, 57-49 12/5/59 A STF, 75-50 12/13/79 A STF, 46-42

SAINT ROSE (8-15) 1/13/92 A 2/22/92 A 1/18/93 H 2/13/93 A 12/8/93 A 2/25/94 H 3/4/94 A 1/21/95 A 2/25/95 H 1/20/96 H 2/24/96 A 1/18/97 H 2/22/97 A 12/10/97 A 2/18/98 H 12/5/98 H 1/23/99 A 1/10/00 A 1/22/00 H 3/11/01 H 12/30/07 H 12/29/08 H 12/28/09 H

CWP, 69-66 STR, 75-70 STR, 104-89 STR, 111-74 CWP, 70-67 CWP, 87-77 CWP, 85-82 STR, 76-63 STR, 74-72 STR, 89-52 STR, 91-62 CWP, 70-68 STR, 87-71 STR, 61-55 STR, 71-60 STR, 82-72 STR, 91-54 STR, 80-61 STR, 67-59 STR, 84-79 CWP, 74-61 CWP, 74-61 CWP, 75-69

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS (20-5) 12/29/97 N STA, 59-42 12/6/00 H CWP, 86-64 1/22/01 A CWP, 73-66 12/1/01 A STA, 70-69 1/22/02 H CWP, 63-59 1/14/03 H CWP, 69-47 2/22/03 A CWP, 66-56 12/13/03 A CWP, 75-68 2/17/04 H CWP, 71-57 3/3/04 H CWP, 78-61 1/8/05 A CWP, 77-50 1/29/05 H STA, 71-59 11/30/05 H CWP, 74-61 1/28/06 A CWP, 80-72 1/13/07 A STA, 65-60 2/13/07 H CWP, 65-56 2/28/07 H CWP, 58-55 (ot) 1/12/08 H CWP, 75-56 2/20/08 A STA, 87-75 3/8/08 N CWP, 82-65

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H A H A

CWP, 87-57 CWP, 99-66 CWP, 87-42 CWP, 77-59

SETON HALL-PAT. (3-5) 2/22/58 H SHP, 93-81 12/19/58 H CWP, 74-73 1/14/59 A SHP, 81-63 2/3/60 H CWP, 84-75 12/7/60 A SHP, 84-64 12/6/61 H CWP, 108-62 SHAW (1-0) 12/22/86 H SHELTON (3-0) 12/17/58 A 12/16/59 A 2/6/60 H

CWP, 104-77 CWP, 73-64 CWP, 88-63 CWP, 91-63

SLIPPERY ROCK (2-1) 12/13/85 N SRU, 75-64 3/17/90 N CWP, 84-79 3/15/91 A CWP, 70-66 SOUTHAMPTON (61-13) 12/16/64 H CWP, 67-46 12/1/65 A CWP, 65-64 12/14/66 H CWP, 94-65 2/3/68 A CWP, 81-70 2/15/69 H CWP, 84-75 12/11/69 A CWP, 81-62 12/14/70 N CWP, 62-53 2/15/71 H CWP, 67-61 12/15/71 N CWP, 75-70 2/8/72 A SC, 61-57 12/5/72 N CWP, 61-50 2/9/73 H CWP, 59-52 2/9/74 A SC, 53-49 2/8/75 H CWP, 61-59 2/7/76 H CWP, 71-66 2/23/77 H CWP, 82-65 2/22/78 A CWP, 69-59 12/11/78 A SC, 59-48 2/14/79 H CWP, 50-48 12/10/79 A SC, 61-58 2/13/80 H CWP, 100-89 1/13/81 A CWP, 90-76 2/23/81 H CWP, 67-60 2/10/82 H SC, 64-53 2/12/82 A SC, 71-65 1/26/83 H CWP, 68-55 2/28/83 A CWP, 72-40 2/1/84 A CWP, 83-75 2/25/84 H CWP, 78-75 1/30/85 A CWP, 77-74 2/23/85 H CWP, 83-69 1/22/86 H CWP, 86-69 2/15/86 A CWP, 71-70 3/1/86 H CWP, 80-76 1/28/87 H CWP, 90-83 2/14/87 A CWP, 85-73 1/30/88 A CWP, 100-75 2/17/88 H CWP, 106-77 2/8/89 H CWP, 92-68

pioneers vs. opponents

12/28/61 1/5/62 12/29/62 2/18/63 12/28/63 12/19/64 1/6/65 12/18/65 1/5/68 12/9/68 12/14/71 2/13/74 12/14/83 2/8/84 12/12/84 2/6/85 2/28/85 1/15/86 2/12/86 1/24/87 2/11/87 2/28/87 1/27/88 2/13/88 2/4/89 3/4/89 3/10/89 2/14/90 3/3/90 1/26/91 2/20/91 3/6/91 1/15/92 2/12/92 1/20/93 2/10/93 12/1/93 1/12/94 12/3/94 1/28/95 12/2/95 1/27/96 1/6/97 2/5/97 12/3/97 1/10/98 1/6/99 2/6/99 1/5/00 2/5/00 1/6/01 2/5/01 12/15/01 2/2/02 1/11/03 2/15/03 1/17/04 1/22/04 12/11/04 2/12/05 12/17/05 2/11/06 3/1/06 12/16/06 2/6/07 12/12/07


C.W. POST PIONEERS

pioneers vs. opponents

2010-11 men’s basketball 2/25/89 2/3/90 2/21/90 3/9/90 2/2/91 2/27/91 1/27/92 2/10/92 12/12/92 1/23/93 1/31/94 2/5/94 3/2/94 1/4/95 2/11/95 1/3/96 2/10/96 2/1/97 2/15/97 1/21/98 1/31/98 12/15/98 2/1/99 1/8/00 2/9/00 12/16/00 1/31/01 12/12/01 1/30/02 1/16/03 2/20/03 1/8/04 1/20/04 2/9/05 2/23/05

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

CWP, 91-84 CWP, 81-75 CWP, 87-66 CWP, 96-66 CWP, 76-53 CWP, 88-51 CWP, 81-78 CWP, 87-65 CWP, 94-69 CWP, 81-72 CWP, 84-70 CWP, 75-61 CWP, 69-65 CWP, 84-61 SC, 76-64 SC, 73-70 SC, 68-64 CWP, 67-64 CWP, 68-52 CWP, 92-86 CWP, 86-64 CWP, 95-92 SC, 92-73 SC, 71-67 CWP, 100-75 CWP, 86-79 CWP, 75-72 SC, 101-87 SC, 91-77 CWP, 83-58 CWP, 78-64 CWP, 95-62 CWP, 70-56 CWP, 75-55 CWP, 77-67

SOUTHEASTERN (2-0) 2/9/63 H CWP, 89-53 2/15/64 A CWP, 88-65 SOUTHERN CONN. (10-8) 2/25/67 A CWP, 88-82 2/24/68 H SCS, 79-74 1/11/69 H CWP, 83-77 2/26/69 A CWP, 95-92 1/9/70 H SCS, 89-83 1/8/71 A CWP, 78-68 1/21/72 H CWP, 83-67 2/17/73 A CWP, 93-63 12/21/96 H SCS, 66-64 12/20/97 A SCS, 82-57 12/19/98 H SCS, 78-65 12/18/99 A SCS, 84-75 2/1/03 H CWP, 82-58 1/30/04 A CWP, 62-55 12/29/04 H SCS, 75-72 1/12/06 A SCS, 66-44 2/7/06 H CWP, 97-57 12/22/06 A CWP, 56-48 SOUTHERN N.H. (4-1) 1/28/77 H CWP, 90-81 1/27/78 A CWP, 105-81 12/3/82 A CWP, 95-89 12/8/84 N CWP, 75-72 11/15/04 H SNH, 68-64

SPRINGFIELD (2-1) 12/29/68 N SPR, 93-79 12/20/86 H CWP, 87-57 1/11/90 A CWP, 68-67 STATEN ISLAND (1-0) 12/5/87 H CWP, 110-77 STONEHILL (0-5) 2/14/68 A 1/6/69 H 2/8/70 A 2/6/71 H 2/6/72 A

STO, 65-57 STO, 82-68 STO, 74-56 STO, 93-61 STO, 77-76

STONY BROOK (14-3) 1/5/67 A CWP, 34-28 12/21/67 H CWP, 70-59 2/18/69 A CWP, 68-60 2/5/70 H CWP, 63-51 2/8/71 A CWP, 88-72 12/16/71 N SB, 75-56 2/23/72 H CWP, 80-66 1/26/74 H CWP, 59-55 1/27/75 A CWP, 102-59 1/27/76 A SB, 66-62 12/18/76 A CWP, 85-78 1/11/80 A SB, 72-61 1/16/81 H CWP, 88-69 11/25/81 A CWP, 84-72 2/1/92 H CWP, 72-51 2/1/93 A CWP, 65-60 12/30/97 A CWP, 69-51 SYRACUSE (0-3) 2/11/84 A 12/30/85 A 12/19/89 A

SYR, 103-86 SYR, 88-68 SYR, 129-72

TAMPA (0-1) 1/6/88 A

TAM, 91-69

TOWSON ST. (2-2) 12/10/74 A CWP, 73-71 12/9/75 H CWP, 75-64 12/11/76 A TOW, 101-72 12/10/77 H TOW, 70-55 TRENTON ST. (0-3) 12/30/69 N 3/5/78 A 2/6/84 A UNION (2-1) 2/15/75 H 2/14/76 A 2/12/77 H USMMA (22-7) 1/23/60 A 12/23/60 N 2/18/61 H 2/17/62 A 1/22/63 H 2/8/64 A 2/10/65 H

TRE, 76-73 TRE, 80-72 TRE, 73-66 CWP, 66-60 UNI, 92-58 CWP, 83-75

CWP, 61-60 KP, 73-68 CWP, 81-67 CWP, 92-67 CWP, 79-61 CWP, 100-65 CWP, 74-65

12/16/65 2/4/66 12/16/66 2/10/67 1/29/68 12/12/68 2/25/70 1/28/71 2/28/72 2/3/73 2/2/74 2/1/75 12/15/75 12/7/76 12/5/77 3/4/78 12/9/78 2/3/79 1/23/80 1/26/81 2/2/82 12/1/82

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

CWP, 90-75 KP, 83-70 CWP, 95-76 CWP, 104-60 CWP, 79-78 KP, 90-70 KP, 67-60 CWP, 96-72 CWP, 88-68 CWP, 57-48 CWP, 77-56 CWP, 67-50 KP, 71-63 CWP, 82-68 CWP, 104-87 CWP, 79-77 CWP, 81-61 KP, 67-64 KP, 81-69 CWP, 64-62 CWP, 65-63 CWP, 88-59

UPSALA (3-1) 12/28/70 N 2/11/81 A 1/18/90 A 12/1/90 H

CWP, 66-61 UPS, 98-84 CWP, 89-86 CWP, 96-62

VERMONT (1-0) 1/12/73 N

CWP, 84-69

VIRGINIA UNION (0-2) 11/29/84 H VU, 73-60 1/17/86 A VU, 90-81 WAGNER (9-6) 2/16/63 A 2/19/64 H 2/20/65 A 12/20/65 H 12/1/70 A 1/26/72 H 12/22/72 A 1/19/74 H 12/18/74 A 1/12/76 H 1/25/77 A 2/20/78 H 1/12/79 A 1/16/80 H 11/28/81 A

WAG, 79-66 WAG, 87-75 CWP, 91-82 WAG, 91-80 CWP, 80-76 CWP, 85-64 CWP, 74-57 CWP, 76-64 CWP, 78-64 CWP, 71-70 CWP, 70-62 CWP, 102-87 WAG, 91-65 WAG, 76-75 WAG, 63-62

WASHINGTON & LEE (1-0) 12/21/76 H CWP, 69-61 WAYNE ST. (2-0) 12/15/84 H 11/30/85 A

CWP, 83-79 CWP, 76-74*

WEBB INSTITUTE (2-0) 11/15/57 A CWP, 53-47 11/18/57 A CWP, 81-57 WEST CHESTER (2-3) 11/30/87 A WCU, 50-48

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11/28/88 12/2/89 11/26/90 12/2/91

H A H A

WCU, 72-65 CWP, 79-78 CWP, 76-64 WCU, 74-72

WEST TEXAS A & M (0-1) 11/27/98 A WTA, 105-52 WESTERN ILLINOIS (0-1) 12/2/9/69 N WI, 98-93 WILLIAM PATERSON (3-2) 1/7/59 A WPC, 66-51 1/13/60 H WPC, 89-88 1/14/61 A CWP, 81-70 2/26/62 H CWP, 93-61 2/21/63 A CWP, 96-41 WILMINGTON (DE) (1-0) 1/3/77 H CWP, 2-0 WORCESTER TECH (1-2) 12/29/65 A WTC, 75-72 12/29/66 A CWP, 66-47 12/27/68 N WTC, 77-66 YESHIVA (9-5) 2/21/57 A 2/26/58 A 1/3/59 H 2/8/60 A 2/22/61 H 1/6/62 A 2/5/63 H 2/17/63 A 2/15/65 H 2/14/66 A 12/12/66 H 12/12/67 A 12/3/69 H 12/3/70 H

YES, 93-68 YES, 109-66 YES, 70-43 YES, 75-60 CWP, 88-70 YES, 67-58 CWP, 73-57 CWP, 83-58 CWP, 80-58 CWP, 93-68 CWP, 73-37 CWP, 67-59 CWP, 87-63 CWP, 85-46

YORK (PA) (1-0) 1/21/78 H

CWP, 86-72

YORK (NY) (3-0) 12/7/88 H 12/6/91 A 1/4/93 H

CWP, 67-45 CWP, 78-57 CWP, 81-66


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball 1956-57 (2-7) Coach: Ike Debow Chesterfield Satisfiers L 52-78 2/13 Acad. of Aeronautics W Seton Hall-Paterson L 59-73 Chesterfield Satisfiers L 68-93 2/21 Yeshiva (Results missing for five games)

1958-59 (5-16) Coach: George Kaftan 12/3 ST. FRANCIS L 49-57 12/10 ACAD. OF AERO. W 69-39 12/13 @ King’s College* L 59-72 12/17 @ Shelton* W 73-64 12/19 SETON HALL-PAT.* W 74-73 12/21 @ Quinnipiac* L 42-84 1/3 YESHIVA L 43-70 1/7 @ Paterson St. L 51-66 1/10 @ Adelphi L 60-91 1/14 @ Seton Hall-Paterson* L 63-81 1/17 @ L. I. Aggies L 64-84 1/23 QUINNIPIAC* L 63-71 1/30 L. I. AGGIES L 48-52 2/1 @ Hartford L 54-72 2/4 @ Bloomfield St. L 69-71 2/6 @ Brockport St. W 59-57 2/11 @ Hofstra L 49-82 2/14 KING’S COLLEGE* L 74-80 2/21 PACE W 70-59 2/23 NEW YORK CC L 59-74 2/28 MONMOUTH* L 73-91 * Mid-Eastern Conference Game 1959-60 (11-8) Coach: George Kaftan 12/5 @ St. Francis L 50-75 12/8 KING’S COLLEGE W 100-87 12/16 @ Shelton W 88-63 1/2 @ Brooklyn Poly W 69-56 1/6 @ Queens L 52-83 1/9 ADELPHI L 57-83 1/11 @ Drew W 70-63 1/13 PATERSON ST. L 88-89 1/16 HARTFORD L 69-71 1/20 L. I. AGGIES W 72-55 1/23 @ Kings Point W 61-60 1/27 @ Pace W 81-80 1/30 @ Brockport St. L 64-69 2/3 SETON HALL-PAT. W 84-75 2/6 SHELTON W 91-63 2/8 @ Yeshiva L 60-75 2/10 HOFSTRA L 55-85 2/15 L. I. AGGIES W 59-52 2/17 BLOOMFIELD ST. W 86-83

1961-62 (17-5) Coach: George Kaftan 12/6 SETON HALL-PAT. W 108-62 12/9 HUNTER W 69-67 12/13 HARTFORD W 85-53 12/16 @ Brooklyn Poly W 96-56 12/18 BROOKLYN COL. W 54-51 12/28 @ Queens# W 69-62 12/30 vs. Hofstra# L 55-68 1/5 @ Queens W 94-89 1/6 @ Yeshiva L 58-67 1/10 NEWARK-RUTGERS W 62-47 1/13 ADELPHI W 68-62 1/17 @ New Paltz W 88-66 1/20 NEW YORK TECH W 90-51 1/31 PRATT W 49-47 2/10 HOFSTRA L 60-81 2/16 CLARK W 85-70 2/17 @ Kings Point W 92-67 2/24 @ Drew W 66-55 2/26 PATERSON ST. W 93-61 2/28 @ Fairleigh Dickinson W 82-63 3/9 Hofstra++ L 55-56 3/10 Albright++ L 59-65 #AALIC Tournament ++NCAA Eastern Regional (@ Reading, PA) 1962-63 (14-7) Coach: George Kaftan 12/5 BROOKLYN POLY W 103-51 12/8 @ Hunter W 64-53 12/10 @ Hartford W 74-66 12/17 @ Northeastern L 61-82 12/18 @ Clark W 95-88 12/27 vs. Hofstra# W 73-70 12/28 vs. Adelphi# L 55-62 12/29 vs. Queens# L 54-55 1/8 @ Brooklyn W 87-78 1/10 @ Adelphi L 52-57 1/22 KINGS POINT W 79-61 2/2 NEW PALTZ W 83-78 2/5 YESHIVA W 73-57 2/9 SOUTHEASTERN W 89-53 2/12 @ Pratt W 51-49 2/16 @ Wagner L 66-79 2/18 QUEENS W 97-55 2/21 @ Paterson St. W 96-41 2/23 @ Hofstra L 69-75 2/27 CCNY W 76-67 3/2 @ Fairleigh Dickinson L 61-75

#AALIC Tournament 1963-64 (17-3) Coach: George Kaftan 12/4 HUNTER W 83-50 12/7 COAST GUARD W 88-73 12/11 @ New Paltz W 60-46 12/13 BRANDEIS W 87-58 12/14 NORTHEASTERN W 66-61 12/17 @ Yeshiva W 83-58 12/20 CLARK W 83-76 12/21 ALFRED W 78-66 12/27 vs. Hofstra# L 56-60 12/28 vs. Queens# W 68-57 1/4 HARTFORD W 93-62 1/11 ADELPHI W 90-83 2/4 @ CCNY W 83-74 2/8 @ Kings Point W 100-65 2/11 PRATT W 93-67 2/15 @ Southeastern W 88-65 2/19 WAGNER L 75-87 2/21 NYC TECH W 93-58 2/24 BROOKLYN W 73-63 2/26 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON L 74-80 #AALIC Tournament 1964-65 (17-6) Coach: George Kaftan 12/4 NEW PALTZ W 56-53 12/5 BROOKLYN POLY W 83-66 12/7 @ LIU-Brooklyn W 61-58 12/10 @ Hunter W 93-57 12/12 NEW YORK TECH W 93-68 12/16 SOUTHAMPTON W 67-46 12/18 vs. Adelphi# L 80-96 12/19 vs. Queens# W 94-62 1/4 PRATT W 90-70 1/6 @ Queens W 72-62 1/8 @ Northeastern W 80-70 1/9 @ Clark W 75-66 2/3 PACE W 101-92 2/5 @ Merrimack L 71-82 2/6 @ Brandeis W 69-45 2/10 KINGS POINT W 74-65 2/13 @ Brooklyn L 57-61 2/15 YESHIVA W 80-58 2/17 @ Fairleigh Dickinson L 65-70 2/20 @ Wagner W 91-82 2/24 @ Rider L 60-83 2/27 HOFSTRA W 68-65 3/3 @ Adelphi L 81-82 #AALIC Tournament 1965-66 (14-8) Coach: George Kaftan 12/1 @ Southampton 12/3 @ New Paltz 12/7 LIU-BROOKLYN 12/14 CCNY 12/16 vs. Kings Point# 12/17 vs. Adelphi# 12/18 @ Queens# 12/20 WAGNER 12/29 @ Worcester Tech+ 12/30 vs. Clark+ 1/21 NORTHEASTERN+ 2/4 @ Kings Point 2/8 BRIDGEPORT 2/11 BRANDEIS 2/12 @ Rider 2/14 @ Yeshiva 2/16 @ Frl. Dickinson 2/18 MERRIMACK

W 65-64 W 79-76 L 52-69 W 75-63 W 90-75 W 75-68 W 70-54 L 80-91 L 72-75 W 83-80 W 83-82 L 70-83 W 94-93 W 105-67 L 84-95 W 93-68 L 70-92 W 103-83

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2/19 @ Pace W 65-57 2/22 ADELPHI L 86-92 2/26 @ Hofstra L 91-102 3/4 @ Pratt W 83-81 # AALIC Tournament + Worcester Tech Tournament 1966-67 (13-10) Coach: George Kaftan 12/1 @ Manhattan L 80-82 12/3 NEW PALTZ W 81-60 12/6 @ LIU-Brooklyn L 55-93 12/10 @ Bridgeport L 72-86 12/12 YESHIVA W 73-37 12/14 SOUTHAMPTON W 94-65 12/16 vs. Kings Point# W 95-76 12/17 vs. Adelphi# L 68-72 12/27 vs. Clark+ W 68-61 12/28 vs. Assumption+ L 65-78 12/29 @ Worcester Tech W 66-47 1/5 @ Stony Brook W 34-28 1/7 PACE W 93-68 1/17 PRATT W 98-64 2/1 @ CCNY L 60-76 2/3 @ Northeastern L 79-84 2/4 @ Merrimack L 71-97 2/10 KINGS POINT W 104-60 2/15 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON W 91-81 2/18 RIDER L 67-81 2/22 @ Adelphi W 88-65 2/25 @ So. Connecticut W 88-82 2/28 HOFSTRA L 68-78 # AALIC Tournament +Worcester Tech Tournament 1967-68 (13-9) Coach: George Kaftan 12/2 @ Pratt W 73-71 12/5 LIU-BROOKLYN L 52-70 12/9 BRIDGEPORT W 85-80 12/12 @ Yeshiva W 67-59 12/16 MANHATTAN L 73-91 12/19 CENT. CONN. W 107-78 12/21 STONY BROOK W 70-59 12/28 vs. Muhlenberg^ W 88-75 12/29 vs. Delaware^ L 75-91 12/30 vs. King’s College^ L 81-101 1/5 QUEENS W 93-72 1/6 MERRIMACK W 84-77 1/29 @ Kings Point W 79-78 2/1 CCNY W 98-75 2/3 @ Southampton W 81-70 2/9 NORTHEASTERN L 65-76 2/14 @ Stonehill L 57-65 2/17 @ Fairleigh Dickinson L 70-84 2/20 @ New Paltz W 75-68 2/22 ADELPHI W 73-69 2/24 SO. CONNECTICUT L 74-79 2/28 @ Hofstra L 58-81 ^Pocono Classic @ East Stroudsburg 1968-69 (9-14) Coach: George Kaftan 12/2 @ LIU-Brooklyn L 57-64 12/7 @ Bridgeport L 57-62 12/9 @ Queens W 91-67 12/12 KINGS POINT L 70-90 12/14 ST. MICHAEL’S W 58-52 12/18 @ CCNY L 52-57 12/20 @ Cent. Connecticut L 55-62 12/27 vs. Worcester Tech L 66-77 12/28 vs. Amherst W 64-58 12/29 vs. Springfield L 79-93

YEARBYYEAR RESULTS

1957-58 (4-9) Coach: Ike Debow 11/15 @ Webb Institute W 53-47 11/18 @ Webb Institute W 81-57 11/26 @ Jersey City JC W 79-78 12/4 @ New York CC L 76-95 12/17 @ Acad. of AeronauticsW 67-66 1/7 Fairfield N/A 1/9 vs. Pace L 71-77 1/29 @ LIU-Brooklyn L 100-131 1/31 Quinnipiac N/A 2/4 NEW YORK CC L 29-42 2/8 MONMOUTH L 88-102 2/16 @ Quinnipiac N/A 2/22 SETON HALL-PAT. L 81-93 2/26 @ Yeshiva L 66-109 2/28 King’s College L 77-93 3/1 Adelphi (JV) L 77-84

1960-61 (W 13-8) 12/2 @ Brooklyn L 44-60 12/7 @ Seton Hall-PatersonL 64-84 12/10 NEW YORK TECHW 87-54 12/14 BROOKLYN POLY W 80-72 12/16 vs. Buffalo St. W 81-62 12/17 @ L. I. Aggies W 49-35 12/22 vs. Queens L 64-81 12/23 vs. Kings Point L 68-73 1/4 @ Hartford L 68-71 1/7 NEW PALTZ W 85-52 1/11 @ Fairfield W 78-76 1/14 PATERSON ST. W 81-70 1/18 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON W 90-81 1/21 @ King’s College W 91-60 2/1 @ Hofstra L 66-69 2/8 @ Rutgers-Newark W 92-66 2/11 QUEENS L 86-93 2/14 @ Adelphi L 77-81 2/15 L. I. AGGIES W 73-68 2/18 KINGS POINT W 81-67 2/22 YESHIVA W 88-70 2/25 DREW W 89-60


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball

year-by-year results

1/4 1/6 1/11 2/1 2/4 2/7 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/26 2/28

ADELPHI STONEHILL SOUTHERN CONN. PRATT W 83-73 BRIDGEPORT @ Northeastern @ St. Anselm FAIR. DICKINSON SOUTHAMPTON @ Stony Brook @ Adelphi @ So. Connecticut HOFSTRA

W 66-63 L 68-82 W 83-77 L 70-77 L 58-72 L 81-83 L 68-89 W 84-75 W 68-60 L 70-77 W 95-92 L 81-95

1969-70 (10-11) Coach: George Kaftan 12/1 @ St. Anselm L 69-75 12/3 YESHIVA W 87-63 12/6 @ Bridgeport L 71-102 12/9 SACRED HEART W 87-73 12/11 @ Southampton W 81-62 12/13 CENT. CONN. L 60-73 12/15 BALDWIN-WALLACE W 77-75 12/18 LOYOLA (MONT) W 105-76 12/19 ROSE POLY W 93-89 12/29 vs. Western Illinois# (2 OT) L 93-98 12/30 vs. Trenton St.# L 73-76 1/2 CORTLAND ST. W 80-73 1/3 BROCKPORT L 58-79 1/9 SO. CONN. L 83-89 2/3 @ Pratt W 99-82 2/5 STONY BROOK W 63-51 2/8 @ Stonehill L 56-74 2/9 CCNY W 68-64 2/11 @ Hofstra L 59-62 2/14 NORTHEASTERN L 61-74 2/18 @ Fairleigh Dickinson L 58-65 2/21 ADELPHI W 78-62 2/24 @ LIU-Brooklyn L 53-68 2/25 @ Kings Point L 60-67 # Ashland Tournament 1970-71 (20-6) Coach: George Kaftan 12/1 @ Wagner W 80-76 12/3 YESHIVA W 85-46 12/5 NEW YORK TECH W 80-64 12/8 @ Sacred Heart W 74-69 12/12 @ Central Conn. L 64-89 12/14 vs. Southampton# W 62-53 12/16 vs. New York Tech# W 67-49 12/18 BRIDGEPORT W 72-61 12/28 vs. Upsala+ W 66-61 12/29 vs. Monmouth+ W 85-77 12/30 vs. Cent. Connecticut+ L 52-56 1/8 @ So. Connecticut W 78-68 1/28 KINGS POINT W 96-72 1/30 MERRIMACK W 114-80 2/1 PRATT W 89-69 2/3 HOFSTRA W 76-66 2/6 STONEHILL L 61-93 2/8 @ Stony Brook W 88-72 2/11 @ CCNY W 88-55 2/15 SOUTHAMPTON W 67-61 2/17 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON W 51-49 2/19 ST. ANSELM W 89-72 2/24 @ LIU-Brooklyn L 78-83 2/27 ADELPHI W 73-72 3/3 vs. Hartwick** L 50-77 3/4 vs. Montclair St.** L 68-80 #Long Island Tournament +N.J. Kiwanis Tournament **NCAA Eastern Regional

1971-72 (17-9) Coach: George Kaftan 12/1 @ Dowling W 86-65 12/4 @ Bridgeport L 80-83 12/7 SACRED HEART L 74-76 12/11 CENTRAL CONN. W 73-67 12/14 vs. Queens# W 85-77 12/15 vs. Southampton# W 75-70 12/16 vs. Stony Brook# L 56-75 Hunter# W 80-74 12/26 vs. Monmouth+ W 75-70 12/28 vs. Jersey City+ W 71-68 12/29 vs. Bridgeport+ L 66-68 1/5 PRATT W 105-61 1/8 @ LIU-Brooklyn L 66-79 1/21 SO. CONNECTICUT W 83-67 1/26 WAGNER W 85-64 1/28 MERRIMACK L 67-80 2/3 CCNY W 77-73 2/6 @ Stonehill L 76-77 2/8 @ Southampton L 57-61 2/11 HOFSTRA L 62-90 2/16 @ Fairleigh Dickinson W 58-53 2/17 @ Adelphi W 63-57 2/23 STONY BROOK W 80-66 2/28 @ Kings Point W 88-68 3/1 NEW YORK TECH W 82-68 3/5 BROOKLYN W 74-68 #Long Island Tournament +N.J. Kiwanis Classic 1972-73 (21-5) Coach: Herb Brown 11/27 DOWLING L 53-59 12/2 BRIDGEPORT (2 OT) L 75-81 12/5 vs. Southampton# W 61-50 12/6 vs. Adelphi# W 59-57 12/9 @ Hunter W 70-60 12/13 @ Sacred Heart W 45-42 12/16 @ Central Connecticut W 76-64 12/22 @ Wagner W 74-57 12/28 @ Monmouth+ W 67-60 12/29 @ Montclair St.+ W 61-59 1/12 vs. Vermont^ W 84-69 1/13 vs. Acadia^ W 55-45 1/18 @ CCNY W 65-57 1/24 PRATT W 93-24 1/27 @ Stony Brook W 53-51 1/31 @ Brooklyn W 75-67 2/3 KINGS POINT W 57-48 2/7 HOFSTRA W 58-57 2/9 SOUTHAMPTON W 58-52 2/17 @ So. Connecticut W 93-63 2/20 @ LIU-Brooklyn L 68-69 2/24 vs. Adelphi W 85-67 2/28 @ New York Tech W 82-56 3/3 FAIRLEIGH DICKERSON L 44-61 3/9 vs. Brockport St.** L 77-93 3/10 vs. Potsdam St.** W 79-75 #Long Island Tournament +Montclair Tournament ^Bluenose Classic **NCAA Eastern Regional 1973-74 (13-12) Coach: Herb Brown 11/27 @ Lynchburg 12/1 @ Roanoke 12/4 @ Monmouth 12/8 HUNTER 12/12 SACRED HEART 12/15 BENTLEY 12/21 vs. Morgan State* 12/27 vs. Monmouth#

W 90-82 L 76-123 L 88-100 W 50-45 L 55-56 L 44-52 L 67-79 L 68-76

12/28 vs. Montclair# 1/4 vs. Oakland (MI)^ 1/5 @ Brockport^ 1/9 @ Hartwick (OT) 1/12 @ Bridgeport 1/16 CCNY 1/19 WAGNER 1/26 STONY BROOK 1/30 BROOKLYN 2/2 @ Kings Point 2/6 @ Hofstra 2/9 @ Southampton 2/13 QUEENS 2/16 @ Fairleigh Dickinson 2/20 LIU-BROOKLYN 2/23 ADELPHI 2/27 NEW YORK TECH * Sickle Cell Classic # Montclair Classic ^ Brockport Tournament

L 53-64 W 48-47 W 65-55 W 71-65 L 56-62 W 73-46 W 76-64 W 59-55 W 77-67 W 77-56 L 59-69 L 49-53 W 73-58 L 54-62 W 56-55 W 73-61 L 51-52

1974-75 (24-4) Coach: Phil Robinson 12/4 MONMOUTH W 85-74 12/10 @ Towson State W 73-71 12/11 @ Morgan State L 63-70 12/14 @ Bentley L 76-97 12/18 @ Wagner W 78-64 12/21 @ Sacred Heart W 79-72 12/27 vs. Otterbein# W 73-70 12/28 @ Ashland# W 64-60 1/3 vs. Md. Eastern Shore+ W 59-51 1/4 @ Brockport+ W 66-60 1/9 HARTWICK W 82-71 1/11 BRIDGEPORT W 68-64 1/13 vs. Florida Southern^ W 81-63 1/14 @ Florida Tech^ W 78-73 1/18 @ CCNY W 89-79 1/25 @ Hunter W 72-66 1/27 @ Stony Brook W 102-59 1/29 @ Brooklyn W 92-60 2/1 KINGS POINT W 67-50 2/5 HOFSTRA L 56-70 2/8 SOUTHAMPTON W 61-59 2/11 @ LIU-Brooklyn W 61-59 2/15 UNION W 66-60 2/22 ADELPHI W 78-68 2/24 MARIST W 74-51 2/27 @ New York Tech W 79-63 3/7 Philadelphia Textile## W 72-68 3/8 Gannon## L 60-67 # Ashland Tournament + Brockport Tournament ^ Citrus Classic ##NCAA Eastern Regional 1975-76 (8-17) Coach: Phil Robinson 12/3 MONMOUTH 12/5 @ Plattsburgh# 12/6 vs. Ithaca# 12/9 TOWSON STATE 12/12 MORGAN STATE 12/13 ALBANY 12/15 KINGS POINT 12/30 Brooklyn 1/7 LIU-Brooklyn 1/9 @ Brockport+ 1/10 vs. Marist+ 1/12 @ Wagner 1/14 @ Sacred Heart 1/17 HOFSTRA 1/21 BRIDGEPORT

L 78-101 L 62-76 L 59-60 W 75-64 L 66-75 L 67-70 L 63-71 W 90-71 L 72-99 L 79-88 L 66-69 W 71-70 L 88-99 W 59-55 L 56-57

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1/23 HARTWICK L 51-84 1/24 @ Plattsburgh W 57-52 1/27 @ Stony Brook L 62-66 1/28 @ Hunter W 83-68 2/7 SOUTHAMPTON W 71-66 2/9 @ New York Tech (OT) L 56-57 2/11 Dowling (2 OT) L 70-72 2/14 Union L 58-92 2/18 @ CCNY W 81-70 2/21 Adelphi (OT) L 62-63 # Brockport Tournament 1976-77 (16-13) Coach: Jim Colclough 11/27 @ Hofstra# L 82-100 11/28 vs. Adelphi# L 84-90 12/1 MONMOUTH L 77-100 12/3 vs. Sacred Heart+ L 70-82 12/4 vs. King’s College+ W 92-79 12/7 KINGS POINT W 82-68 12/10 @ Morgan State L 67-80 12/11 @ Towson State L 72-101 12/14 BRIDGEPORT L 69-80 12/18 @ Stony Brook W 85-78 12/21 WASHINGTON & LEE W 69-61 1/3 WILMINGTON-forfeitW 2-0 1/10 CLARKSON W 92-87 1/13 @ Sacred Heart L 77-87 1/15 ALBANY L 61-84 1/19 @ Brooklyn W 89-73 1/25 @ Wagner W 70-62 1/28 SOUTHERN N.H. W 90-81 2/2 @ New York Tech W 68-62 2/4 @ LIU-Brooklyn W 81-67 2/9 DOWLING L 56-58 2/12 UNION W 83-75 2/15 @ CCNY L 80-85 2/17 HARTWICK W 87-77 2/19 ADELPHI L 72-76 2/23 SOUTHAMPTON W 82-65 2/26 MARIST W 103-85 3/4 vs. Pratt^ W 77-63 3/5 @ Kean^ L 63-64 # Hofstra Tournament + Colonial Tournament ^ECAC Tournament 1977-78 (14-11) Coach: Jim Colclough 11/26 MANHATTAN L 83-87 12/2 @ Hunter W 79-67 12/5 @ Kings Point W 104-87 12/7 BROOKLYN W 84-48 12/10 TOWSON ST. L 55-70 12/16 @ King’s College (PA)# L 78-89 12/17 vs. Kutztown# L 73-81 1/11 SACRED HEART L 73-75 1/14 MT. ST. MARY’S W 95-84 1/16 @ Bridgeport W 94-86 1/18 @ New Haven L 84-97 1/21 YORK W 86-72 1/23 QUINNIPIAC (OT) W 83-79 1/27 @ New Hampshire Col.W 105-81 2/1 NEW YORK TECH L 72-75 2/3 @ Monmouth L 77-84 2/8 @ Dowling W 95-75 2/14 CCNY (2 OT) W 90-84 2/16 @ Hartwick L 51-60 2/18 @ Adelphi L 75-86 2/20 WAGNER W 102-87 2/22 @ Southampton W 69-59 2/25 @ Marist W 69-57 3/4 vs. Kings Point* W 79-77 3/5 @ Trenton St.* L 72-80


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1979-80 (11-14) Coach: Stan Kellner 11/30 @ Manhattan W 64-53 12/2 @ Boston Univ. L 74-109 12/3 @ Maine L 49-75 12/8 @ LIU-Brooklyn L 54-77 12/10 @ Southampton# L 58-61 12/13 @ St. Francis L 42-46 12/15 @ Adelphi W 81-67 12/19 MARIST# W 83-81 12/22 PACE# W 91-79 1/3 DOWLING# W 62-61 1/8 BROOKLYN W 69-62 1/11 @ Stony Brook L 61-72 1/14 @ Monmouth# (OT) L 81-91 1/16 WAGNER L 75-76 1/19 SACRED HEART W 74-72 1/21 @ Pratt# W 112-64 1/23 @ Kings Point L 69-81 1/28 JOHNS HOPKINS W 95-78 1/30 PRATT# W 75-48 2/4 NEW YORK TECH L 72-90 2/6 MONMOUTH# L 68-73 2/8 @ Pace# L 74-81 2/13 SOUTHAMPTON# W 100-89 2/23 @ St. Francis (PA) L 61-64 2/27 @ Dowling L 62-66 # Metropolitan Conference Game 1980-81 (16-11) Coach: Stan Kellner 11/28 @ Brooklyn 12/3 @ Monmouth# 12/5 PRATT# 12/6 Niagara 12/8 @ LIU-Brooklyn 12/10 MERCY 12/17 MARIST# 12/20 @ Sacred Heart 1/7 ST. FRANCIS (PA) 1/10 @ Marist# 1/13 @ Southampton#

L 64-70 W 67-65 W 88-64 L 57-78 L 76-90 W 104-86 W 74-72 L 84-98 L 68-78 L 62-71 W 90-76

1/16 STONY BROOK W 88-69 1/20 @ Dowling L 62-65 1/22 @ Pratt# (OT) W 83-75 1/26 KINGS POINT W 64-62 1/29 @ Pace W 86-80 1/31 OLD WESTBURY W 87-81 2/3 ADELPHI W 82-67 2/7 MONMOUTH# L 64-65 2/9 @ New York Tech W 70-69 2/11 @ Upsala L 84-98 2/16 @ Boston U. L 67-81 2/18 PACE W 82-74 2/20 EAST STROUDSBURGL 69-72 2/23 SOUTHAMPTON# W 67-60 2/25 DOWLING# W 72-71 2/28 @ Adelphi W 83-82 #Big Apple Conference Game 1981-82 (16-10) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/21 QUINNIPIAC W 92-80 11/25 @ Stony Brook W 84-72 11/28 @ Wagner L 62-63 12/9 @ Mercy W 88-79 12/12 @ Md. Eastern Shore L 51-62 12/14 @ New Haven L 76-78 12/17 NEW YORK TECH W 72-60 12/22 SACRED HEART L 73-87 12/27 vs. Clark+ L 58-73 12/28 vs. UMass-Boston+ W 68-57 12/29 vs. New York Tech+ W 67-61 1/16 PRATT# W 63-49 1/20 DOWLING# W 73-59 1/27 PACE# W 93-84 1/30 @ Monmouth# W 51-50 2/2 @ Kings Point W 65-63 2/4 @ Pratt# W 46-45 2/6 @ Dowling# W 67-61 2/8 @ Adelphi W 65-62 2/10 SOUTHAMPTON# L 53-64 2/12 Southampton# L 65-71 2/13 @ Pace# W 94-90 2/15 ADELPHI (OT) W 70-69 2/18 MONMOUTH# L 54-67 2/23 @ Boston U. L 57-86 2/25 @ Monmouth** L 73-83 + Sacred Heart Tournament # Metropolitan Conference Game **Metropolitan Conference Tournament 1982-83 (22-9) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/20 @ Quinnipiac W 82-68 11/29 OLD WESTBURY (2 OT)L 77-81 12/1 KINGS POINT W 88-59 12/3 @ New Hampshire+ W 95-89 12/4 @ Bridgeport+ L 64-71 12/8 @ New York Tech L 70-85 12/11 vs. New Haven^ (OT) L 91-97 12/13 @ Monmouth# L 63-65 12/15 DOWLING# W 79-73 12/18 LEHMAN W 72-65 12/21 @ Sacred Heart L 82-95 12/22 @ Adelphi W 65-51 1/10 LEMOYNE W 74-50 1/12 PRATT# W 66-57 1/19 MERCY# W 84-61 1/22 MONMOUTH# W 81-70 1/24 @ Phila. Textile L 61-72 1/26 SOUTHAMPTON# W 68-55 1/29 @ Pace W 81-78 2/4 ADELPHI W 58-52 2/9 @ Dowling# W 95-74 2/16 @ Mercy# W 80-62

2/19 @ Rutgers L 63-92 2/21 BARUCH W 81-49 2/23 PACE# W 60-55 2/26 @ Pratt# W 82-72 2/28 @ Southampton# W 72-40 3/3 PACE* W 108-85 3/5 MONMOUTH* W 70-65 3/11 vs. Phila. Textile** L 68-72 3/11 vs. Cheyney State** W 83-69 + Bridgeport Tournament ^ Played at Hofstra # Big Apple Conference Game * Big Apple Conference Tournament ** NCAA East Regional 1983-84 (26-5) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/29 QUINNIPIAC W 94-71 12/2 vs. Gannon+ W 57-50 12/3 vs. Scared Heart L 63-80 12/7 @ Pace# W 86-73 12/8 NEW YORK TECH W 78-71 12/10 @ New Haven W 85-75 12/14 @ Queens# W 79-59 12/20 SACRED HEART W 83-68 1/10 vs. Mansfield^ L 55-56 1/11 vs. Concordia^ W 79-70 1/14 CORTLAND ST. W 101-70 1/15 KEENE ST. W 94-64 1/17 ADELPHI W 60-59 1/19 DOWLING# W 88-76 1/21 FRANKLIN PIERCE W 71-57 1/23 PHILA. TEXTILE W 69-67 1/25 CONCORDIA# W 60-58 1/28 MERCY# W 88-73 2/1 @ Southampton# W 83-75 2/4 PACE# W 58-56 2/6 @ Trenton St. L 66-73 2/8 QUEENS# W 72-44 2/11 @ Syracuse L 86-103 2/16 @ Dowling# W 71-57 2/18 @ Concordia# W 67-66 2/22 @ Mercy# W 100-77 2/25 SOUTHAMPTON# W 78-75 3/1 DOWLING* W 83-68 3/3 PACE* W 84-62 3/10 vs. Gannon** W 65-62 3/11 vs. St. Augustine’s** L 81-86 + Assumption Classic ^ LeMoyne Tournament # Big Apple Conference Game * Big Apple Conference Tournament **NCAA East Regionals 1984-85 (24-7) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/29 VIRGINIA UNION L 60-73 12/3 BRIDGEPORT L 70-83 12/5 PACE# W 70-57 12/7 vs. Edinboro+ W 73-56 12/8 vs. New Hampshire+ W 75-72 12/12 QUEENS# W 69-60 12/15 WAYNE ST. W 83-79 12/18 @ Sacred Heart (OT) L 78-80 12/20 NEW YORK TECH# W 64-63 1/12 @ Adelphi W 69-63 1/16 @ Dowling W 59-50 1/18 @ Franklin Pierce L 60-73 1/19 @ Keene St. W 72-61 1/21 @ Phila. Textile (OT) L 69-71 1/25 MERCY# W 98-71 1/26 LEMOYNE W 74-62 1/30 @ Southampton# (OT)W 77-74 2/2 @ Pace# W 71-64

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2/4 KUTZTOWN W 80-54 2/6 @ Queens# W 79-60 2/9 @ New York Tech# W 80-75 2/11 @ Bloomsburg W 74-72 2/13 DOWLING# L 58-59 2/16 DIST. OF COLUMBIA W 88-7 2/20 @ Mercy# W 93-68 2/23 SOUTHAMPTON# W 83-69 2/28 QUEENS* W 70-59 3/2 DOWLING* W 83-68 3/7 @ Millersville## W 84-62 3/8 vs. Phila. Textile## W 65-62 3/15 vs. Mt. St. Mary’s** L 67-69 +Assumption Classic #Big Apple Conference Game *Big Apple Conference Tournament ##NCAA East Regional **NCAA Elite Eight 1985-86 (24-3***) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/29 vs. Aquinas (MI)+ W 89-75 * 11/30 @ Wayne St.+ W 76-74 * 12/2 @ Bridgeport W 74-57 * 12/4 DOWLING# W 101-65 * 12/6 vs. Franklin Pierce^^ W 77-68 * 12/7 @ St. Michael’s^^ W 95-75 12/11 ADELPHI W 84-77 12/13 vs. Slippery Rock% L 64-75 12/14 vs. Pace% W 81-57 12/17 SACRED HEART W 73-69 12/30 @ Syracuse L 68-88 1/8 @ New York Tech W 76-75 1/13 PHILA. TEXTILE W 76-65 1/15 @ Queens# W 62-52 1/17 @ Virginia Union L 81-90 1/20 BLOOMSBURG W 83-64 1/22 SOUTHAMPTON# W 86-69 1/25 MERCY# W 114-72 1/27 JERSEY CITY ST. W 118-98 2/1 @ Dowling# W 84-46 2/3 @ Kutztown W 85-71 2/8 NEW YORK TECH# W 88-83 2/12 QUEENS# W 85-75 2/15 @ Southampton# W 71-70 2/19 @ Mercy# W 110-66 2/28 NEW YORK TECH^ W 101-72 3/1 SOUTHAMPTON^ W 80-76 * Games later forfeited + Wayne St. Tournament ^^ St. Michael’s Classic % LeMoyne Tournament # Big Apple Conference Game ^ Big Apple Conference Tournament 1986-87 (25-5) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/21 @ Mt. St. Mary’s+ L 83-91 11/22 vs. Gettysburg+ W 94-71 11/25 MT. ST. MARY’S (NY) W 120-72 11/29 @ New Haven L 80-85 12/3 BRIDGEPORT L 83-89 12/6 @Univ. of D.C. W 80-66 12/9 CONCORDIA W 75-68 12/16 @ Sacred Heart W 75-72 12/20 SPRINGFIELD W 87-57 12/22 SHAW W 104-77 12/28 vs. San Francisco St.** W 83-79 12/30 @ Gannon** W 64-62 1/12 @ Phila. Textile(OT) L 99-104 1/16 KUTZTOWN W 70-60 1/21 @ Mercy# W 94-75 1/24 QUEENS# W 78-61

YEARBYYEAR RESULTS

# King’s College (PA) Tournament * ECAC Tournament 1978-79 (10-16) Coach: Stan Kellner 11/25 @ Manhattan L 50-90 12/6 PRATT L 48-50 12/9 vs. Kings Point W 81-61 12/11 @ Southampton L 48-59 12/13 LIU-BROOKLYN L 52-66 12/16 ADELPHI L 66-83 12/20 MARIST W 88-79 12/23 @ Pace L 75-88 1/3 @ Brooklyn W 73-70 1/6 BRIDGEPORT W 78-74 1/9 MONMOUTH W 63-60 1/12 @ Wagner L 65-91 1/20 NEW HAVEN L 61-62 1/22 @ Quinnipiac L 72-84 1/24 @ Sacred Heart W 101-96 1/27 @ Albany L 77-98 1/30 @ Pratt (OT) L 47-56 2/2 vs. Salisbury St.# W 82-64 2/3 vs. Kings Point# L 64-67 2/6 @ Monmouth L 68-80 2/12 Pace W 81-68 2/14 Southampton W 50-48 2/17 @ Marist L 76-77 2/22 Hartwick L 56-65 2/26 @ New York Tech L 55-85 2/28 Dowling W 77-69 #Oneonta Tournament


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year-by-year results

2010-11 men’s basketball 1/28 SOUTHAMPTON# (OT)W 90-83 1/31 @ Dowling# W 69-62 2/4 NEW YORK TECH# W 73-62 2/7 MERCY# W 102-74 2/11 @ Queens# W 73-65 2/14 @ Southampton# W 85-73 2/16 PACE W 79-69 2/18 DOWLING# W 79-69 2/19 FRANKLIN PIERCE W 74-58 2/21 @ New York Tech# W 87-78 2/25 MERCY* W 80-67 2/28 QUEENS* W 66-63 3/6 @ Gannon^^ L 71-80 3/7 vs. St. Michael’s^^ W 85-72 + Mt. St. Mary’s Classic ** Gannon Cup # Big Apple Conference Game * Big Apple Conference Tournament ^^ NCAA East Regionals 1987-88 (19-11) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/28 NEW HAVEN L 85-86 11/30 @ West Chester L 48-50 12/2 @ Bridgeport L 73-84 12/5 STATEN ISLAND W 110-77 12/8 CHEYNEY ST. W 91-79 12/12 SACRED HEART L 87-91 12/14 E. STROUDSBURG W 102-64 12/19 POST(CT) W 94-56 12/21 MEDGAR EVERS W 85-47 1/6 @ Tampa L 69-91 1/8 @ Florida Southern L 61-94 1/11 PHILA. TEXTILE L 61-67 1/13 @ Bloomsburg L 62-78 1/16 @ Kutztown L 66-72 1/18 @ Pace W 64-62 1/22 DIST. OF COLUMBIA^ W 2-0 1/27 @ Queens# W 81-68 1/30 @ Southampton# W 100-75 2/3 DOWLING# L 85-92

2/6 NEW YORK TECH# W 90-77 2/10 @ Mercy# W 84-71 2/13 QUEENS# W 66-43 2/17 SOUTHAMPTON# W 106-77 2/20 @ Dowling# W 75-70 2/24 @ New York Tech# W 87-72 2/27 MERCY# W 88-62 3/2 NEW YORK TECH* W 82-76 3/5 @ Dowling* W 87-76 3/11 vs. Cheyney St.## W 107-99 3/12 @ Dowling## L 80-92 # Big Apple Conference Game * Big Apple Tournament ## ECAC Tournament ^ Forfeit Win 1988-89 (19-11) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/28 WEST CHESTER 11/30 BRIDGEPORT 12/3 @ Cheyney St. 12/7 YORK 12/10 KEENE ST. 12/17 @ Sacred Heart 1/9 @ New Haven 1/11 BLOOMSBURG 1/14 PRATT 1/16 @ Franklin Pierce 1/17 @ Post (CT) 1/19 @ Phila. Textile 1/21 KUTZTOWN 1/23 NEW YORK TECH# 1/25 @ Dowling# 1/28 @ East Stroudsburg 1/30 PACE 2/1 @ Mercy# 2/4 @ Queens# 2/6 LEHMAN 2/8 SOUTHAMPTON# 2/22 @ New York Tech# 2/25 @ Southampton# 3/1 MERCY# 3/4 QUEENS# 3/6 DOWLING# 3/10 QUEENS* 3/11 @ New York Tech* 3/17 @ New Haven## 3/18 vs. Merrimack## # Big Apple Conference Game * Big Apple Tournament ## ECAC Tournament

L 65-72 L 75-77 L 78-84 W 67-45 W 60-56 W 64-58 L 71-83 L 52-77 W 94-25 L 60-76 W 93-79 L 57-84 W 75-60 W 74-61 L 66-67 L 70-75 W 63-62 W 85-73 L 65-72 W 78-57 W 92-68 W 82-74 W 91-84 W 98-73 W 78-62 W 91-61 W 88-73 W 80-73 W 85-62 L 85-98

1989-90 (26-5) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/25 CALDWELL W 83-55 11/29 @ Bridgeport W 89-87 12/2 @ West Chester W 79-78 12/9 FRANKLIN PIERCE W 67-66 12/12 NEW HAVEN L 78-89 12/16 SACRED HEART (2 OT) W 113-105 12/19 @ Syracuse L 72-129 1/9 @ Bloomsburg L 76-88 1/11 @ Springfield W 68-67 1/13 CHEYNEY W 79-73 1/16 @ Kutztown W 65-64 1/18 @ Upsala (OT) W 89-86 1/22 PHILA. TEXTILE L 75-89 1/28 @ Adelphi W 93-89 2/1 New York Tech# W 94-79 2/3 @ Southampton# W 81-75 2/5 BLOOMFIELD W 65-61 2/7 DOWLING# W 92-74 2/10 MERCY# W 61-59 2/12 @ Pace L 65-76

2/14 QUEENS# 2/17 @ New York Tech# 2/19 @ Concordia 2/21 SOUTHAMPTON# 2/24 @ Dowling# 2/28 @ Mercy# 3/3 @ Queens# 3/9 SOUTHAMPTON# 3/10 DOWLING* 3/16 @ Gannon^^ 3/17 vs. Slippery Rock^^ # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament ^^ NCAA Eastern Regionals

W 84-72 W 81-61 W 89-68 W 87-66 W 82-75 W 82-71 W 88-58 W 96-66 W 91-76 L 78-83 W 84-79

1990-91 (26-5) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/26 WEST CHESTER W 76-64 11/28 BRIDGEPORT W 76-68 12/1 UPSALA W 96-62 12/4 ADELPHI# (OT) L 72-75 12/8 DOMINICAN W 97-59 12/10 @ Cheyney St. W 75-68 12/15 @ Sacred Heart W 90-69 1/12 E. STROUDSBURG L 71-76 1/14 PACE W 72-61 1/16 @ Mercy# W 70-53 1/18 MOLLOY W 99-46 1/23 @ Dowling# W 75-71 1/26 @ Queens# W 62-50 1/28 KUTZTOWN W 75-48 1/30 CONCORDIA# W 118-77 2/2 SOUTHAMPTON# W 76-53 2/5 @ New York Tech# W 80-56 2/9 MERCY# W 67-48 2/11 @ Phila. Textile L 61-81 2/13 @ Adelphi# W 73-69 2/16 DOWLING# W 73-67 2/18 @ New Haven L 91-104 2/20 QUEENS# W 72-40 2/23 @ Concordia# W 106-83 2/27 @ Southampton# W 88-51 3/2 NEW YORK TECH# W 91-79 3/6 QUEENS* W 75-50 3/8 NEW YORK TECH* W 88-67 3/9 DOWLING* W 70-68 3/15 @ Slippery Rock## W 70-66 3/16 vs. Phila. Textile## L 63-64 # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament ## NCAA Eastern Regionals 1991-92 (15-13) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 12/2 12/4 12/6 12/7 12/9 12/14 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/13 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/27 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/8

@ West Chester CHEYNEY UNIV. @ York BLOOMSBURG @ E. Stroudsburg DOWLING# MEDGAR EVERS @ Concordia# PHILA. TEXTILE# @ St. Rose# QUEENS# MERCY# @ Adelphi# PACE# SOUTHAMPTON# @ Mercy# STONY BROOK @ Kutztown @ Dowling#

L 72-74 W 67-58 W 78-57 L 51-55 L 61-85 L 83-88 W 92-69 W 73-63 L 55-72 W 69-66 W 80-69 L 68-73 W 71-67 L 47-59 W 81-78 L 65-71 W 72-51 W 76-61 L 84-89

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2/10 @ Southampton# 2/12 @ Queens# 2/15 CONCORDIA# 2/18 @ Phila. Textile# 2/22 @ St. Rose# 2/24 @ Mt. St. Mary’s 2/26 @ Adelphi# 2/29 @ Pace# 3/3 @ Dowling* # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament

W 87-65 W 79-55 W 104-89 L 64-73 L 70-75 W 94-91 W 73-66 L 46-61 L 68-83

1992-93 (19-8) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/26 RAMAPO W 78-57 12/2 @ Cheyney Univ. W 79-72 12/5 MOLLOY# W 79-61 12/8 NEW YORK TECH# W 109-81 12/12 SOUTHAMPTON# W 94-69 12/19 @ Pace# L 85-93 12/30 @ Molloy# W 104-40 1/3 UMASS-LOWELL W 74-67 1/4 YORK W 81-66 1/6 @ Dowling# W 77-74 1/12 @ Mercy# W 90-76 1/16 @ Phila. Textile# L 64-78 1/18 ST. ROSE# L 89-104 1/20 QUEENS# W 70-67 1/23 @ Southampton# W 81-72 1/27 @ Concordia# W 102-86 1/30 @ Pace# W 62-46 2/1 @ Stony Brook W 65-60 2/3 ADELPHI# L 82-90 2/6 DOWLING# W 77-67 2/10 @ Queens# W 77-69 2/13 @ St. Rose L 74-111 2/17 CONCORDIA# W 87-71 2/20 PHILA. TEXTILE# L 55-72 2/24 @ Adelphi# L 94-98 2/27 MERCY# W 88-78 3/3 ADELPHI* L 74-81 # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament 1993-94 (26-5) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/29 RAMAPO W 59-58 12/1 @ Queens# W 67-64 12/4 DOWLING# W 80-76 12/8 @ St. Rose# W 70-67 12/22 NEW YORK TECH# L 90-97 12/28 vs. Sacred Heart+ W 83-63 12/29 @ Merrimack+ W 73-65 1/5 MERCY# W 90-65 1/8 @ Molloy# W 112-75 1/10 @ Pace# W 56-49 1/12 QUEENS# W 83-68 1/15 ADELPHI# W 76-69 1/19 @ Phila. Textile# L 55-95 1/22 CONCORDIA# W 86-81 1/24 PACE# W 66-63 1/26 @ Dowling# W 83-62 1/31 @ Southampton# W 84-70 2/2 PHILA. TEXTILE# L 77-89 2/5 SOUTHAMPTON# W 75-61 2/7 @ Adelphi# W 72-70 2/10 CONCORDIA# W 95-75 2/12 MOLLOY# W 101-80 2/16 @ New York Tech# W 87-66 2/25 ST. ROSE# W 87-77 2/26 @ Mercy# W 90-65 3/2 SOUTHAMPTON* W 69-65 3/4 @ St. Rose* (OT) W 85-82


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball 3/5 @Phila. Textile* (OT) L 70-85 3/9 @ Franklin Pierce^^ W 61-56 3/12 vs. Phila. Textile^^ L 54-56 3/13 @American Intl.^^ W 84-81 # NYCAC Game + Merrimack Tournament * NYCAC Tournament ^^ NCAA Eastern Regionals

1995-96 (13-16) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/27 BRIDGEPORT W 83-80 11/29 MOLLOY W 65-54 12/2 @ Queens# W 77-71 12/6 @ Concordia# W 73-70 12/13 @ Adelphi# L 75-93 12/16 NEW YORK TECH# L 71-93 12/19 vs. Missouri Southern+ L 72-86 12/20 vs. American(PR)+ L 73-87 12/21 Eckerd+ L 50-69 12/28 vs. Florida Southern^ L 70-87 12/29 vs. East Stroudsburg^ W 71-60 1/3 @ Southampton# L 70-73 1/6 PHIL. TEXTILE# L 65-79 1/10 MERCY# W 113-78 1/13 @ Dowling# (2 OT) W 86-84 1/17 PACE# W 49-47 1/20 ST. ROSE# L 52-89 1/24 @ Molloy# (OT) W 72-69 1/27 QUEENS# W 72-63 1/29 DOWLING# (2 OT) W 93-85 1/31 CONCORDIA# W 61-52 2/5 @ New York Tech# L 67-81 2/7 ADELPHI# L 72-85 2/10 SOUTHAMPTON# L 64-68 2/14 @ Philadelphia Textile# L 78-87 2/17 @ Mercy# W 53-52 2/21 @ Pace# L 67-72 2/24 @ St. Rose# L 62-91 2/27 @ Philadelphia Textile* L 61-72 + American (PR) Tournament

1996-97 (21-7) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/29 vs. Benedict+ L 70-76 11/30 vs. St. Paul’s+ (OT) L 67-68 12/4 PHIL. TEXTILE# W 74-60 12/7 @ New York Tech# W 82-64 12/11 @ Adelphi# L 64-70 12/14 @ Mercy# W 70-57 12/17 SACRED HEART W 91-77 12/21 SO. CONNECTICUT L 64-66 1/6 QUEENS# W 80-67 1/8 @ Pace# W 60-48 1/11 CONCORDIA# W 68-62 1/13 DOWLING# W 66-59 1/15 @ Molloy# W 80-62 1/18 ST. ROSE# W 70-68 1/20 @ Philadelphia Textile# W 71-53 1/22 NEW YORK TECH# L 56-58 1/25 ADELPHI#(OT) W 80-77 1/28 MERCY# W 80-37 2/1 SOUTHAMPTON# W 67-64 2/5 @ Queens# W 64-52 2/8 PACE# W 64-63 2/10 @ Concordia# W 88-56 2/12 @ Dowling# W 63-58 2/15 @ Southampton# W 68-52 2/19 MOLLOY# W 80-68 2/22 @ St. Rose# L 71-87 2/25 PHIL. TEXTILE* W 57-56 2/28 @ Adelphi* L 50-57 + Virginia Union Tournament # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament 1997-98 (13-14) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/24 @ Sacred Heart L 72-83 12/3 @ Queens# L 61-71 12/6 DOWLING# L 62-80 12/10 @ St. Rose# L 55-61 12/13 NEW YORK TECH# W 97-82 12/20 @ So. Connecticut L 57-82 12/29 vs. St. Thomas Aquinas+ L 42-59 12/30 @ Stony Brook+ W 69-51 1/3 MERCY# W 83-55 1/5 @ Molloy# L 77-94 1/10 QUEENS# W 79-68 1/12 ADELPHI# L 55-75 1/14 @ Philadelphia Textile# L 55-69 1/17 CONCORDIA# W 100-74 1/19 NEW JERSEY TECH# W 72-65 1/21 @ Southampton# W 92-86 1/24 @ Dowling# L 61-81 1/28 PHIL. TEXTILE# W 77-68 1/31 SOUTHAMPTON# W 86-64 2/4 @ Concordia# W 73-65 2/7 MOLLOY# W 63-51 2/9 @ New Jersey Tech# L 65-66 2/11 @ NYIT# (2 OT) W 90-79 2/14 @ Adelphi# L 59-72 2/18 ST. ROSE# L 60-71 2/21 @ Mercy# W 90-66 2/24 @ Adelphi* L 64-76 + Stony Brook Tournament # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament 1998-99 (6-20) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/23 CONCORDIA#

W 106-84

11/27 @ West Texas A&M+ L 52-105 11/28 vs. Abilene Christian+ L 84-98 12/2 @ Philadelphia Textile# L 55-58 12/5 ST. ROSE# L 72-82 12/9 @ Dowling# W 73-59 12/15 SOUTHAMPTON# W 95-92 12/19 SO. CONNECTICUT L 65-78 12/30 AMERICAN INTER. W 64-59 1/4 N. Y. TECH# (OT) L 74-80 1/6 QUEENS# L 56-68 1/9 @ Mercy# L 76-78 1/13 @ Molloy# (2 OT) L 93-95 1/16 ADELPHI# W 55-47 1/18 @ New Jersey Tech# L 47-70 1/20 PHIL. TEXTILE# L 78-83 1/23 @ St. Rose# L 54-91 1/27 DOWLING# L 56-63 1/30 @ Concordia# L 63-68 2/1 @ Southampton# L 73-92 2/3 @ New York Tech# L 65-68 2/6 @ Queens# L 56-69 2/10 MERCY# W 89-67 2/13 MOLLOY# L 65-67 2/17 @ Adelphi# L 64-71 2/20 N. J. TECH# (OT) L 69-70 #NYCAC Games + West Texas A & M Tournament 1999-2000 (8-18) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/23 ST. MICHAEL’S L 67-79 11/29 P.R.-RIO PIEDRAS W 75-58 12/1 @ Philadelphia Univ.# L 70-82 12/8 @ Molloy# L 68-76 12/11 @ Dowling# L 62-81 12/13 CONCORDIA# W 82-60 12/18 @ So. Connecticut L 75-84 1/2 @ American Intl. L 61-76 1/5 QUEENS# W 84-67 1/8 @ Southampton# L 67-71 1/10 @ St. Rose# L 61-80 1/12 MERCY# W 84-71 1/15 NEW JERSEY TECH# L 80-90 1/17 @ Adelphi# L 66-79 1/19 PHILADELPHIA U.# (2 OT) L 90-95 1/22 ST. ROSE# L 59-67 1/26 MOLLOY# W 80-70 1/29 DOWLING# L 90-96 1/31 @ Concordia# W 81-65 2/2 NEW YORK TECH# L 65-71 2/5 @ Queens# L 60-74 2/9 SOUTHAMPTON# W 100-75 2/12 @ Mercy# W 76-68 2/16 @ New Jersey Tech# L 70-76 2/19 ADELPHI# L 69-83 2/23 @ New York Tech# L 58-65 # NYCAC Game 2000-01 (17-13) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/18 @ St. Michael’s L 56-89 11/27 P.R.-RIO PIEDRAS L 71-82 11/29 @ Bridgeport# W 76-54 12/6 ST. THOMAS AR.# W 86-64 12/9 @ Dowling# W 75-72 12/13 CONCORDIA# W 77-65 12/16 SOUTHAMPTON# W 86-79 12/22 MERRIMACK W 83-81 1/6 QUEENS# L 58-71 1/9 @ Mercy# W 104-81 1/11 BLOOMFIELD# W 83-61 1/13 @ Philadelphia Univ.# L 79-83 1/15 ADELPHI# L 78-87 1/17 @ Molloy# W 84-71

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1/20 PHILADELPHIA U.# L 69-74 1/22 @ St. Thomas Aquinas#W 73-66 1/24 DOWLING# L 75-76 1/27 CONCORDIA# L 82-95 1/31 @ Southampton# W 75-72 2/3 @ New York Tech# W 71-67 2/5 @ Queens# L 67-71 2/7 MERCY# W 88-68 2/10 BRIDGEPORT# L 68-72 2/14 @ Adelphi# L 72-85 2/17 MOLLOY# W 81-46 2/21 NEW YORK TECH# W 73-62 2/27 CONCORDIA* W 74-70 3/2 vs. Adelphi* L 54-75 3/10 NEW YORK TECH++ W 56-51 3/11 ST. ROSE++ L 79-84 # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament ++ ECAC Tournament 2001-02 (13-15) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/16 vs. Holy Family+ W 83-79 11/17 vs. Dominican+ W 64-60 12/1 @ St. Thomas Aquinas# L 69-70 12/5 DOWLING# (OT) L 87-92 12/8 @ Concordia# L 71-82 12/12 @ Southampton# L 87-101 12/15 @ Queens# L 69-71 12/21 @ Merrimack W 83-65 12/28 vs. UPS-Cayey W 71-53 12/29 vs. UPS-Arecibo W 76-64 12/30 vs. UPS-Rio Piedras L 70-76 1/5 Mercy# W 70-56 1/9 PHILADELPHIA U. L 61-68 1/12 @ Adelphi# L 65-75 1/15 MOLLOY# L 67-70 1/17 New York Tech# W 75-66 1/19 BRIDGEPORT# W 81-64 1/22 ST. THOMAS AR.# W 63-59 1/24 @ Dowling# L 68-87 1/26 CONCORDIA# W 71-57 1/30 @ Southampton# L 77-91 2/2 QUEENS# L 55-62 2/5 @ Mercy# W 102-69 2/7 @ Philadelphia Univ.# L 67-76 2/9 ADELPHI# L 81-96 2/13 @ Molloy# W 88-70 2/16 NEW YORK TECH# W 71-59 2/20 @ Bridgeport# L 75-84 + Dominican Tournament # NYCAC Game 2002-03 (25-8) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/26 NEW HAVEN# W 72-62 12/3 ADELPHI# W 65-62 12/7 @ Dowling# L 81-83 12/10 CONCORDIA# W 87-48 12/17 @ Bridgeport# W 92-64 12/28 vs. Brockport+ L 64-65 12/29 vs. Roberts Wesleyan+ L 69-71 1/4 @ New York Tech# W 82-62 1/8 PHILADELPHIA U.# W 67-51 1/11 @ Queens# W 76-72 1/14 ST. THOMAS AR.# W 69-47 1/16 @ Southampton# W 83-58 1/18 MOLLOY# W 73-65 1/20 @ Mercy# W 81-66 1/23 @ New Haven# L 55-69 1/25 BRIDGEPORT# (OT) W 92-88 1/29 @ Adelphi# L 76-84 2/1 SO. CONNECTICUT W 82-58 2/4 DOWLING# W 87-62

YEARBYYEAR RESULTS

1994-95 (11-16)\ Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/25 vs. Berea College+ L 74-75 11/26 vs. Newport News+ W 71-62 11/30 @ Molloy# W 87-64 12/3 QUEENS# W 78-74 12/5 @ Bridgeport L 83-97 12/7 @ Concordia# W 80-74 12/11 @ LeMoyne L 60-64 12/14 ADELPHI# W 79-73 12/17 @ New York Tech# L 83-105 1/4 SOUTHAMPTON# W 84-61 1/7 @ Philadelphia Textile L 56-70 1/11 MERCY# W 85-63 1/16 DOWLING# L 72-76 1/18 @ Pace# L 56-82 1/21 @ St. Rose# L 63-76 1/25 MOLLOY# W 67-34 1/28 @ Queens# W 60-55 2/1 @ Concordia# L 55-62 2/6 @ Dowling# L 77-89 2/8 @ Adelphi# L 68-89 2/11 @ Southampton# L 64-76 2/13 NEW YORK TECH# W 92-87 2/15 PHIL. TEXTILE# L 59-78 2/18 @ Mercy# W 70-66 2/22 PACE# L 48-52 2/25 ST. ROSE# L 72-74 2/27 MERCY* L 59-80 +Christopher Newport Invitational # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament

^ Bentley Tournament # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball

year-by-year results

2/6 @ Concordia# W 66-53 2/8 NEW YORK TECH# W 73-57 2/12 @ Philadelphia Univ.# L 61-64 2/15 QUEENS# W 59-53 2/20 SOUTHAMPTON# W 78-64 2/22 @ St. Thomas Aquinas#W 66-56 2/26 MERCY# W 78-69 3/1 @ Molloy# W 88-81 3/4 MOLLOY* W 88-76 3/7 NEW HAVEN* W 77-69 3/8 ADELPHI* L 57-70 3/14 vs. Assumption^ (OT) W 81-75 3/15 vs. New Haven^ W 78-61 3/17 @ UMass-Lowell^ L 59-69 # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament + LeMoyne Tournament ^ NCAA Northeast Regional 2003-04 (25-6) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/20 @ Nyack+ W 94-57 11/21 vs. Dillard+ W 61-60 12/2 @ Mercy# W 78-71 12/4 @ New Haven# L 74-78 12/10 PHILA. UNIV.# L 75-77 12/13 @ St. Thomas Aq.#W 75-68 1/29 NYIT# L 76-85 1/6 BRIDGEPORT# W 81-59 1/8 @ Southampton# W 95-62 1/10 @ Dowling# W 75-53 1/14 CONCORDIA# W 58-52 1/17 @ Queens# W 75-59 1/20 SOUTHAMPTON~ (OT) W 70-56 1/22 QUEENS# W 77-69 1/24 @ Molloy# (OT) W 80-67 1/26 @ Adelphi# L 65-69 1/29 NYIT# W 88-77 1/31 @ So. Connecticut W 62-55 2/3 MERCY# W 70-56 2/7 ADELPHI# W 70-56 2/11 NEW HAVEN# W 82-77 2/14 @ Phila. Univ.# W 68-62 2/17 ST. THOMAS AQ.# W 71-57 2/19 MOLLOY# W 76-70 2/21 @ Bridgeport# L 63-71 2/25 DOWLING# W 86-56 2/28 @ Concordia# W 88-58 3/3 ST. THOMAS AR.* W 78-61 3/6 NYIT* W 79-78 3/7 PHILA. UNIV.* W 77-65 3/13 vs. Bryant^ L 63-65 # NYCAC Game * NYCAC Tournament + Nyack Tournament ^ NCAA Northeast Regional 2004-05 (15-14) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/15 SO. NEW HAMP. 11/23 @ New Haven * 12/1 MOLLOY * 12/4 @ Adelphi * 12/8 PHILA. U. * 12/11 QUEENS * 12/18 @ Dowling * 12/29 SO. CONN. ## 12/30 UMass Lowell ## 1/5 BRIDGEPORT * 1/8 @ STAC * 1/11 @ NYIT * 1/15 MERCY * 1/18 ADELPHI * 1/20 CONCORDIA *

L, 64-68 W, 67-54 W, 91-60 L, 56-75 L, 62-68 L, 65-70 W, 73-63 L, 72-75 L, 56-81 W, 80-69 W, 77-50 W, 82-75 W, 62-58 L, 62-65 W, 79-60

1/26 NEW HAVEN * 1/29 STAC * 2/1 @ Phila. U. * 2/3 DOWLING * 2/5 @ Mercy * 2/7 @ Bridgeport * 2/9 S’HAMPTON * 2/12 @ Queens * 2/15 @ Molloy * 2/17 @ Concordia * 2/19 NYIT * 2/23 @ Southampton * 3/2 @ Bridgeport $ 3/5 PHILA. U. $ * NYCAC game ## C.W. Post Holiday Classic $ NYCAC Tournament

W, 66-50 L, 59-71 L, 67-76 W, 71-61 L, 58-68 L, 61-64 W, 75-55 L, 59-89 W, 79-71 W, 83-65 L, 64-66 W, 77-67 W, 69-61 L, 66-79

2005-06 (13-15) Coach: Tom Galeazzi 11/10 at Monmouth L, 66-50 11/16 at UMass Lowell L, 77-55 11/19 BELMONT ABBEY^ W, 91-80 11/20 MERRIMACK^ L, 74-55 11/30 STAC* W, 74-51 12/3 BRIDGEPORT* W, 68-65 12/7 at New Haven* W, 71-66 12/17 at Queens* L, 84-68 12/29 ASSUMPTION# W, 72-70 12/30 FRANKLIN PIERCE# W, 61-57 1/6 CONCORDIA* L, 94-87 1/9 MOLLOY* W, 81-76 1/12 at Southern Conn. L, 66-44 1/14 MERCY* L, 78-67 1/18 at Molloy* W, 80-71 1/21 DOWLING* L, 80-76 (4 ot) 1/24 at NYIT* W, 65-62 1/26 at Adelphi* L, 62-55 1/28 at STAC* W, 80-72 2/1 at Bridgeport* L, 85-67 2/4 NEW HAVEN* L, 63-59 2/7 SOUTHERN CONN. W, 87-57 2/9 ADELPHI* L, 71-44 2/11 QUEENS* L, 85-67 2/14 at Concordia* L, 76-63 2/16 at Mercy* W, 86-53 2/22 at Dowling* L, 78-70 2/25 NYIT* W, 81-72 3/1 at Queens$ L 83-66 *NYCAC game ^ Tip Off Tourney ## C.W. Post Holiday Classic $ NYCAC Tournament 2006-07 (19-11) Coach: Tim Cluess 11/17 SAINT ANSELM^ W, 79-62 11/18 No. 20 BENTLEY^ L, 70-60 11/24 at Gannon# L, 76-69 11/25 vs. Lock Haven# W, 101-71 11/29 at Bridgeport* W, 82-74 12/2 at Molloy* W, 85-82 12/6 DOWLING* W, 86-51 12/13 CONCORDIA* W, 74-58 12/16 Queens (N.Y.)* L, 82-72 12/19 POST UNIV. W, 85-73 12/22 at Southern Conn. W, 56-48 1/13 at STAC* L, 65-60 1/17 NEW HAVEN* W, 81-65 1/20 MERCY* W, 88-60 1/23 at Adelphi* L, 77-67 1/25 at NYIT* L, 87-85 1/27 BRIDGEPORT* L, 80-75 1/31 MOLLOY* W, 85-79

2/3 at Dowling* 2/6 QUEENS (N.Y.) 2/8 at Concordia* 2/11 BRYANT 2/13 STAC* 2/15 at New Haven* 2/17 at Mercy* 2/21 ADELPHI* 2/24 NYIT* 2/28 STAC$ 3/3 at Bridgeport$ 3/4 vs. Adelphi$ *NYCAC game ^ Tip Off Tourney # Gary Miller Classic $ ECC Tournament

W, 82-64 W, 83-74 L, 84-81 L, 75-60 W, 65-56 L, 77-68 W, 67-52 W, 66-53 W, 70-60 W, 58-55 W, 63-60 L, 61-58

2007-08 (26-5) Coach: Tim Cluess 11/17 at Lock Haven W, 91-58 11/20 at Post Univ. W, 72-71 11/24 at Holy Family L, 67-68 11/28 NYIT* W, 67-59 12/1 BRIDGEPORT* W, 70-55 12/5 MOLLOY* W, 82-57 12/8 at Dowling* W, 99-54 12/12 QUEENS (N.Y.)* W, 87-62 12/18 ASSUMPTION L, 71-73 12/28 NYACK# W, 95-64 12/30 SAINT ROSE# W, 74-61 1/5 CONCORDIA (N.Y.)* W, 71-51 1/8 GOLDEY-BEACOM W, 75-69 1/12 STAC* W, 75-56 1/16 at New Haven* W, 78-62 1/19 at Mercy* W, 77-59 1/23 ADELPHI* W, 61-49 1/26 at NYIT* W, 84-79 1/30 Bridgeport* W, 88-75 2/2 at Molloy* W, 91-75 2/6 DOWLING* W, 71-45 2/9 at Queens (N.Y.)* W, 72-52 2/13 at Concordia (N.Y.)* W, 79-75 2/20 STAC* L, 87-75 2/23 NEW HAVEN* W, 85-67 2/27 MERCY* W, 58-40 3/1 at Adelphi L, 99-88 3/5 DOWLING*% W, 83-64 3/8 STAC*% W, 82-65 3/9 vs. Adelphi*% W, 60-57 3/15 Bryant$ L, 56-63 # C.W. Post Holiday Invitational * ECC Game % ECC Tournament (at Queens) $ NCAA Northeast Regional 2008-09 (30-1) Coach: Tim Cluess 11/15 LOCK HAVEN 11/22 MILLERSVILLE 12/3 at Queens * 12/6 STAC * 12/10 at Mercy * 12/22 HOLY FAMILY 12/29 Saint Rose # 12/30 Assumption # 1/3 at Goldey-Beacom 1/12 CONCORDIA * 1/14 at Bridgeport * 1/17 NYIT * 1/21 at Molloy * 1/24 at Dowling* 1/28 ADELPHI * 1/31 QUEENS * 2/4 at STAC *

W 74-50 W 105-65 W 96-79 W 87-57 W 105-43 W 97-59 W 74-61 W 84-59 W 93-63 W 78-69 W 78-71 W 91-79 W 104-75 W 88-62 W 67-61 W 84-64 W 96-66

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2/7 MERCY * W 87-41 2/11 at Concordia * W 91-69 2/14 BRIDGEPORT * W 107-71 2/18 at NYIT * W 102-81 2/21 MOLLOY* W 95-56 2/25 DOWLING* W 72-58 2/28 at Adelphi * W 61-55 3/4 Molloy % W 98-63 3/7 Dowling % W 84-62 3/8 Bridgeport % W 62-56 3/14 Philadelphia $ W 73-51 3/15 Assumption $ W 75-61 3/17 Bentley $ W 82-76 3/25 Findlay & L 79-89 # C.W. Post Holiday Invitational *ECC Game %ECC Tournament (at Adelphi) $NCAA East Regional &NCAA Elite Eight 2009-10 (23-6) Coach: Tim Cluess 11/21 Millersville L 73-76 OT 12/2 Bridgeport* L 75-84 12/5 Mercy* W 83-54 12/9 Dowling* W 75-48 12/12 NYIT* L 57-58 12/18 NW Missouri W 97-88 12/19 Central Missouri L 81-102 12/28 Saint Rose W 75-69 12/30 Daemen# W 79-58 1/2 Evangel # W 94-67 1/6 Molloy* W 75-73 1/9 St. Thomas Aquinas* W 87-42 1/11 Queens* W 98-85 1/13 Bridgeport* W 69-64 1/16 Mercy* W 113-75 1/20 Dowling* W 85-59 1/23 NYIT* W 88-83 1/27 Molloy* W 84-67 1/30 St. Thomas Aquinas* W 77-59 2/3 Queens* W 77-69 2/6 Bridgeport* L 73-81 2/13 Dowling* W 81-56 2/14 Mercy* W 95-65 2/17 NYIT* W 88-69 2/20 Molloy* W 79-50 2/24 St. Thomas Aquinas* W 74-40 2/27 Queens* W 77-72 3/6 Queens% W 71-62 3/7 Bridgeport% L 61-70 # C.W. Post Holiday Invitational *ECC Game %ECC Tournament (at C.W. Post)


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball THE CENTURY CLUB (C.W. POST scoring more than 100 points in a game) 2/13/80 SOUTHAMPTON W 100-89 12/10/80 MERCY W 104-86 3/3/83 PACE W 108-85 1/14/84 CORTLAND ST. W 101-70 2/22/84 @ Mercy W 100-77 12/4/85 DOWLING** W 101-65 1/25/86 MERCY W 114-72 1/27/86 JERSEY CITY ST. W 118-98 2/19/86 @ Mercy W 110-66 2/28/86 N.Y. TECH W 101-72 11/25/86 MT. ST. MARY’S W 120-72 12/22/86 SHAW W 104-77 2/7/87 MERCY W 102-74 12/5/87 STATEN ISLAND W 110-77 12/14/87E. STROUDSBURG W 102-64 1/30/88 @ Southampton W 100-75 2/17/88 SOUTHAMPTON W 106-77 3/11/88 vs. Cheyney St. W 107-99 12/16/89 SACRED HEART W 113-105 1/30/91 CONCORDIA W 118-77

2/23/91 @ Concordia 2/15/92 CONCORDIA 12/8/92 N.Y. TECH 12/30/92 @ Molloy 1/27/93 @ Concordia 1/8/94 @ Molloy 2/12/94 MOLLOY 1/10/96 MERCY 1/17/98 CONCORDIA 11/23/98 CONCORDIA 2/9/00 SOUTHAMPTON 1/9/01 @ Mercy 2/5/02 @ Mercy 11/26/06 @Lock Haven 11/22/08 MILLERSVILLE 12/1/08 @ Mercy 1/21/09 @ Molloy 2/14/09 BRIDGEPORT 2/18/09 @ NYIT 1/16/10 @ Mercy

SEASON 1956-57 1957-58 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 *

SEASON 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 *

SEASON COACH 1994-95 Tom Galeazzi 1995-96 Tom Galeazzi 1996-97 Tom Galeazzi 1997-98 Tom Galeazzi 1998-99 Tom Galeazzi 1999-00 Tom Galeazzi 2000-01 Tom Galeazzi 2001-02 Tom Galeazzi 2002-03 * Tom Galeazzi 2003-04 * Tom Galeazzi 2004-05 Tom Galeazzi 2005-06 Tom Galeazzi 2006-07 Tim Cluess 2007-08 * Tim Cluess 2008-09 * Tim Cluess 2009-10 Tim Cluess TOTALS 54 Seasons * NCAA appearance

COACH Ike DeBow Ike DeBow George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan George Kaftan Herb Brown Herb Brown Phil Robinson

W-L 2-7 4-11 5-16 10-9 14-8 17-5 14-7 17-3 17-6 18-8 13-10 13-9 9-14 11-13 20-6 17-9 21-5 13-12 24-4

PIONEER COACHING CHRONOLOGY COACH Ike DeBow George Kaftan Herb Brown Phil Robinson Jim Colclough Stan Kellner Tom Galeazzi Tim Cluess

YEARS 1956-1958 1958-1972 1972-1974 1974-1976 1976-1978 1978-1981 1981-2006 2007-2010

REC. 6-18 195-123 34-17 32-21 30-24 37-41 468-259 45-16

COACH Phil Robinson Jim Colclough Jim Colclough Stan Kellner Stan Kellner Stan Kellner Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi Tom Galeazzi

W-L 8-17 16-13 14-11 10-16 11-14 16-11 16-10 22-9 26-5 24-7 24-3 25-5 18-12 19-11 26-5 26-5 15-13 19-8 26-5

W 106-83 W 104-89 W 109-81 W 104-40 W 102-86 W 112-75 W 101-80 W 113-78 W 100-78 W 106-84 W 100-75 W 104-81 W 102-69 W 101-71 W 105-65 W 105-43 W 104-75 W 107-71 W 102-81 W 113-75 W-L 11-16 13-16 21-7 14-13 6-20 8-18 17-13 13-15 25-8 25-6 15-14 13-15 19-11 26-5 30-1 23-6 876-520

PIONEERS 1,000 POINT CLUB Jonathan Schmidt (2006-2009) Garee Bryant (1995-99) Justin Cole (2001-05) Mike Brandeis (1960-64) Ryan Bucci (1999-03) George Johnson (1974-78) Juan Griles (1984-87, 88-89) Kyle Guerrant (1996-00) Michael Hammond (1985-87) Ed Miller (1970-73)

1,390 1,835 1,621 1,589 1,568 1,461 1,323 1,278 1,249 1,245

Damani Raye Frank Townsend Mike Henderson Bob DeBonis Marc Terry Jimmy Feagins Glen McMillan Jim Webber Willard Mack

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(1993-97) (1961-64) (1981-84) (1974-78) (2001-05) (1987-88, 89-90) (1984-86) (1969-72) (1989-91)

1,244 1,209 1,173 1,144 1,089 1,087 1,057 1,010 1,000

PIONEER HISTORY

1/29/58 @LIU-Brooklyn L 100-131 12/8/59 KING’S COLLEGE W 100-87 12/6/61 SETON HALL-PAT. W 108-62 12/5/62 BROOKLYN POLY W 103-51 2/8/64 Kings Point W 100-65 2/3/65 Pace W 101-92 2/11/66 Brandeis W 105-67 2/18/66 Merrimack W 103-83 2/10/67 Kings Point W 104-60 12/19/67 Central Connecticut W 107-78 12/18/69 Loyola (Montreal) W 105-76 1/30/71 MERRIMACK W 114-80 1/5/72 PRATT W 105-61 1/27/75 @ Stony Brook W 102-59 2/26/77 MARIST W 103-85 12/5/77 @ Kings Point W 104-87 1/27/78 @ New Hampshire W 105-81 2/20/78 WAGNER W 102-87 1/24/79 @ Sacred Heart W 101-96 1/21/80 @ Pratt W 112-64


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David Steinberg - President, Long Island University Dr. David J. Steinberg, the ninth president of Long Island University, has served the institution since 1985. The son of the late Rabbi Milton Steinberg of Manhattan’s Park Avenue Synagogue, he was born in New York City and was educated at Phillips Academy at Andover, Malvern College in England and Harvard College, from which he graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. After a Fulbright year at the University of the Philippines and a year at Columbia University on a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, he returned to Harvard, where he earned an M.A. in East Asian studies in 1963, and a Ph.D. in history in 1964. Dr. Steinberg also has received several honorary degrees.

Administration

He began his teaching career in the Department of History at the University of Michigan, where he rose to the rank of full professor. In 1973, he joined the administration of Brandeis University as executive assistant to the president, becoming vice president and university secretary in 1977. The author of numerous books and articles on Southeast Asia and, in particular, Philippine history, Dr. Steinberg has taught, lectured and written about this important area of the world for a third of a century. His first book, “Philippine Collaboration in World War II,” won the University Press Award in 1969. “The Philippines: A Singular and a Plural Place,” now in its third edition, was described by U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines Nicholas Platt as “the best singlevolume guide to understanding the Philippines, past and present.” He also edited and co-authored both editions of “In Search of Southeast Asia,” one of the major textbooks on the area. Dr. Steinberg recently collaborated with top scholars from around the world to co-author “The Emergence of Modern Southeast Asia,” a new and multifaceted history of this complex region. In addition, he is a co-author of “Religion and Religiosity in the Philippines and Indonesia: Essays on State, Society and Public Creeds,” which was published in 2005. Dr. Steinberg was a member of the international observer team that monitored the Philippine presidential elections when Corazon Aquino defeated Ferdinand Marcos. He has written numerous op-ed pieces and has been a consultant to UN agencies, the United States government, the Ford Foundation and others. He and his wife, Joan, a chanteuse and real estate executive, reside in McGrath House on the C.W. Post Campus. The couple has two Cavalier King Charles spaniels, whom they sometimes bring to football games on campus. His greatest personal accomplishment: raising his two superb sons, Noah and Jonah. His greatest pleasure: watching his grandchildren grow.

Paul H. Forestell - Provost, C.W. Post Paul H. Forestell, a professor of psychology and an internationally renowned marine mammal scientist, was appointed provost of the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University in July 2008. A seasoned administrator, Dr. Forestell served as vice president of the Pacific Whale Foundation in Hawaii, as dean of undergraduate programs at Southampton College of Long Island University, and as associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at C.W. Post. As provost, Dr. Forestell leads one of the New York metropolitan area’s most respected private university campuses, with an enrollment of nearly 5,700 undergraduate, 3,100 graduates and 2,300 continuing education students. He is responsible for campus operations, program development, admissions and recruitment, retention, financial aid, athletics, student affairs, public safety, and buildings and grounds. His collaborative leadership style has contributed greatly to enhancing the student-centered mission of the University. In 2008, Dr. Forestell established the Division of Student Retention & Academic Support Services at C.W. Post to assist students in achieving academic and career success. A champion of experiential learning, he coordinates study abroad and field research opportunities for students, and teaches classes in whale and dolphin behavior. Dr. Forestell graduated from the University of New Brunswick in Canada with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and philosophy in 1972 and a master’s degree in experimental psychology in 1976. He earned a Ph.D. in comparative psychology from the University of Hawaii in 1988. He is the author of several peer-reviewed science articles and four books, including “Humpbacks of Hawai’i: The Long Journey Back.”

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Bryan Collins, Director of Athletics Bryan Collins is in his fifth year as the Director of Athletics at C.W. Post. Under Collins’ leadership, the Pioneers’ athletic programs have seen a continual rise in both the regional and national levels. During Collins’ tenure, the Pioneers have achieved both athletic and academic success. Notable achievements include 22 conference titles as well as NCAA championship titles from the 2007 women’s lacrosse and 2009 and 2010 men’s lacrosse teams. This past season, the men’s and women’s cross country, women’s swimming, baseball, men’s lacrosse, softball and women’s lacrosse teams all participated in NCAA tournaments.

Off the field, Collins has included community service as a part of his players’ responsibilities. Among the efforts since his arrival have been visitations to the St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital in Bayside, N.Y., while also volunteering with other charitable organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. During the 2008-09 academic year, C.W. Post student-athletes completed over 3,200 hours of service. Collins is responsible for the creation of a department mission statement based on the foundation of athletic excellence as well as the initiation of the Academic Commitment Excellence (ACE) program, designed to improve attendance and academic achievements in the classroom. In addition, C.W. Post athletic programs are mentored by campus faculty and staff through the Adopt-A-Faculty program. During 2007-08, Collins established a Student-Athlete Orientation seminar and handbook as well as an annual studentathlete awards banquet to recognize both athletic and academic success. The department also established an Academic Honor Roll to honor student-athletes’ who receive a minimum 3.0 grade point average. Collins has overseen improvements to the athletic facilities on campus, including the installation of FieldTurf on Hickox Field as well as a new state-of-the art sound system for the stadium. In addition, all the outdoor athletic fields have undergone improvements to their playing surface. The Pratt Recreation Center Gymnasium, home to the basketball and volleyball teams, received a new sound system as well as a working press row table for media and game operations staff. A former student-athlete at St. John’s University, Collins played linebacker on the Red Storm’s football team and was the recipient of the Dr. Peter Vitulli Award, given to the St. John’s student-athlete who demonstrated the most courage, perseverance, dedication and spirit of self-sacrifice in seeking to attain the highest ideals of sportsmanship. Collins received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 1987. Collins and his wife, Patti, reside in Sayville, N.Y. with their son, Tyler (15) and daughter, Megan (10).

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athletic administration

C.W. Post boasts many of the most top-ranked programs in the country that are frequently ranked in national polls. The Pioneers finished first in the East Coast Conference Commissioner’s Cup standings for 2009-10, the second Cup win (2006-07) during Collins’ tenure. Prior to the 2007-08 academic year, the football and field hockey programs gained admission into the esteemed Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference.


C.W. POST PIONEERS 2010-11 men’s basketball

Melissa Beausoleil

Chris Casey

Mark Dawson

Jill Fisher

Jim Gibbons

Jonathan Gill

Associate AD, Head Coach, Softball

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Head Coach, Men’s Basketball

Head Coach, Women’s Soccer

Assistant Director, Athletic Media Relations

Asst. Football Coach, Community Service Coordinator

Strength & Conditioning Coordinator Assistant Football Coach

Sean Grennan

Marie Guarnieri

Matt Guercio

Shantey Hill

Brian Hughes

John Jez

Andreas Lindberg

Faculty Athletic Representative

Athletic Administrative Assistant

Game Day Coordinator and Special Events

Associate AD, Senior Woman Administrator

Associate AD, Asst. Football Coach

Head Coach, Men’s Lacrosse

Head Coach, Men’s Soccer

Meghan McNamara

Deirdre Moore

Rob Morris

Shellane Ogoshi

Sarah Ralls

Kathy Renton

Raenee Savin

Head Coach, Women’s Lacrosse

Head Coach, Women’s Basketball

Head Coach, Cross Country

Head Coach, Volleyball

Athletic Media Relations, Director

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Head Coach, Field Hockey

athletics staff directory

Jamie Apicella

Renie Sokolowski

Bob Sugar

Head Coach, Tennis

Pete Timmes

Bob Tirado

Maureen Travers

Elizabeth Zanolli

Equipment Manager

Head Coach, Baseball

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Head Coach, Swimming

Head Athletic Trainer

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