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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2009-2010 Schedule................................................ 2 Quick Facts............................................................... 3 NCAA Tournament..............................................4-5 In the Spotlight....................................................6-7 UD Arena.............................................................. 8-9 Donoher Center................................................. 10-11 Practice Facilities................................................ 12-13 Strength and Conditioning.................................. 14-15 Flight Club......................................................... 16-17 Sports Medicine................................................. 18-19 Academics........................................................ 20-21 Flyer Family....................................................... 22-23 Flyer Faithful...................................................... 24-25 In the Community............................................... 26-27 The Next Level.................................................. 28-29 UD Legends...................................................... 30-31 Nike...................................................................... 32

THE COACHES......................................... 33 Head Coach Brian Gregory................................ 34-35 Brian Gregory Career File....................................... 36 What’s Being Said................................................... 37 Q & A with Coach Gregory................................ 38-39 Asst. Coach Billy Schmidt......................................... 40 Asst. Coach Cornell Mann....................................... 41 Asst. Coach Jon Borovich......................................... 42 Matt Farrell............................................................. 43 Mike Bewley........................................................... 44 Beth Flach............................................................... 45 Stacy Schretzman.................................................... 45 Doug Hauschild...................................................... 45

THE ROSTER............................................ 47 Numerical Roster..................................................... 48 Roster Breakdown................................................... 49 Radio/TV Roster...................................................... 50 THE FLYERS................................................ 51 Mickey Perry...................................................... 52-53 London Warren.................................................. 54-55 Rob Lowery....................................................... 56-57 Dan Fox............................................................ 58-59 Luke Hendrick.................................................... 60-61 Marcus Johnson................................................. 62-63 Kurt Huelsman................................................... 64-65 Chris Wright...................................................... 66-67 Devin Searcy..................................................... 68-69 Chris Johnson.................................................... 70-71 Paul Williams..................................................... 72-73 Luke Fabrizius.................................................... 74-75 Josh Parker........................................................ 76-77 Josh Benson............................................................ 78 Matt Kavanaugh..................................................... 79 Logan Nourse/Peter Zestermann.............................. 80

2008-2009 IN REVIEW.......................... 81 Scores.................................................................... 82 Individual Statistics.................................................. 83 UD Game-by-Game Statistics................................... 84 Opponent Game-by-Game Statistics......................... 85 2008-09 Game Summaries................................ 86-95

Atlantic 10 Conference............................................ 96 THE OPPONENTS. ........................... 97-104 Creighton............................................................... 98 Georgia Tech..........................................................98 Villanova................................................................ 98 George Mason........................................................ 99 Indiana.................................................................. 99 Kansas State........................................................... 99 Mississippi.............................................................. 99 Towson................................................................. 100 Miami.................................................................. 100 Lehigh.................................................................. 100 Old Dominion....................................................... 100 Presbyterian.......................................................... 101 Appalachian State................................................. 101 Boston University................................................... 101 Charlotte.............................................................. 101 Duquesne............................................................. 102 Fordham.............................................................. 102 George Washington.............................................. 102 La Salle................................................................ 102 Massachusetts....................................................... 103 Rhode Island......................................................... 103 Richmond............................................................. 103 St. Bonaventure..................................................... 103 Saint Joseph’s....................................................... 104 Saint Louis............................................................ 104 Temple.................................................................. 104 Xavier.................................................................. 104

UD ARENA............................................ 105 UD Arena Records................................................ 106 Flyer Records at UD Arena..................................... 107 UD Arena & the NCAA Tournament....................... 108 UD Arena & NCAA Games................................... 109 The Flyer Faithful................................................... 110 All-Time Arena Sellouts.......................................... 111 Largest Crowds..................................................... 112

DAYTON BASKETBALL RECORDS......... 113 Flyers in the Pros................................................... 114 Flyers in the Draft.................................................. 115 All-America Flyers................................................. 116 International Flyers................................................ 117 All-Time Roster............................................... 118-121 All-Time Hometowns.............................................. 122 Dayton Basketball Hall of Fame.............................. 123 UD Team Awards........................................... 124-126 UD’s All-Century Team........................................... 127 1,000 Point Club............................................ 128-132 Scoring Marks............................................... 133-134 Field Goal Marks.................................................. 135 Three-Point Marks................................................. 136 Free Throw Marks................................................. 137 Assist Marks......................................................... 138 Rebounding Marks................................................ 139 Defensive Marks.................................................... 140 Service Marks....................................................... 141 Modern Era UD Stats............................................. 142 Modern Era Opponents’ Stats............................... 143 Team Season Marks............................................... 144

Team Streaks......................................................... 145 Single-Game Marks.............................................. 146 Single-Half Marks................................................. 147 Single-Game Team Marks...................................... 148 Year-By-Year Results....................................... 149-165 In 100-Point Games.............................................. 166 In One-Point Games.............................................. 167 In Overtime Games............................................... 168 In the AP Top 25............................................ 169-170 Versus the AP Top 25...................................... 171-173 In the NCAA Tournament....................................... 174 In the NIT............................................................. 175 Conference Tournaments........................................ 176 In-Season Tournaments.......................................... 177 All-Time Record by Venue...................................... 178 All-Time Record by Conference.............................. 179 All-Time Series by Opponent........................... 180-189 UD vs. Xavier Series.............................................. 190

THE UNIVERSITY................................... 191 Administration..................................................... 192 NCAA Compliance............................................... 193 The Campus................................................... 194-195 Good Samaritan................................................... 196

MEDIA INFORMATION......................... 197 Covering the Flyers................................................ 198 Media Information................................................ 199 Local Media Outlets............................................... 200 UD Arena Parking Map......................................... 200 UD Arena Information........................................... 200 CREDITS: The 2009-10 University of Dayton Men’s Basketball Guide is a publication of the UD Athletics Communication Office. Produced, written and edited by Jenny Storer, Doug Hauschild and Michael LaPlaca. Editorial assistance from Seth Iiames, Krystal Warren, Michael Mowry, Emily Topp, Lauren McCormick, Megan Inglis, Daniel Eiser, Matt Haar, Lauren Jabir, Matt Lang, Kelsie Ludwig, Mikaela Maddock and Qasim Rizvi Photos courtesy of Erik Schelkun (Elsestar Images), Timothy Boone, (Avalon Communications), Steve Woltmann (Steve Woltmann Photography), Andy King, Sean Fitzgerald, Bernie Connelly, Larry Burgess (UD Public Relations), UD Archives, John Moreau, Ron Alvey (Dayton Daily News), Jim Witmer (Dayton Daily News), Brett Hansbauer, Leon Chuck (PressBox Images), Norbelle Kennedy, Keith Currie, Adrienne Green, Carmen Nauseff, Dayton Convention and Visitiors Bureau, Dayton Dragons, Atlantic 10 Conference, NBA images courtesy of NBA Photos, a division of NBA Entertainment, Inc. Inside Cover image courtesy of John Biever/Sports Illustrated Printed by Post Printing: Minster, Ohio (Rep: Nick Rentz). Layout and design by V Creative Group. (Cover design by Ben Robinson. Layout and design by V Creative: Troy, Ohio. Cover concept by Megan Jahrling, UD Sports Marketing.) Special thanks to Ed Grant of Graphics Terminal, Inc. Additional copies of the 2009-10 University of Dayton Basketball media guide can be purchased for $15 by contacting the UD Arena Ticket Office at 937-229-4433 or by visiting www.DaytonFlyers.com

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2009-10 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Day

Date

Opponent

Site

Time

TV

Saturday

Nov. 14

Creighton

UD Arena

1 pm ET

WHIO

O’Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off Thursday

Nov. 19

Georgia Tech

San Juan, PR

11:30 am ET

ESPN+

Friday

Nov. 20

Semifinals/Second Rounds

San Juan, PR

TBA

ESPNU

Sunday

Nov. 22

Finals/Position

San Juan, PR

TBA

ESPN2

Tournament site is Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan. O’Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off Participants Boston U., George Mason, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Kansas State, Ole Miss, Villanova Saturday

Nov. 28

Towson

UD Arena

2 pm ET

Wednesday

Dec. 2

Miami

Oxford, OH

7 pm ET

Saturday

Dec. 5

Lehigh

UD Arena

TBA

Tuesday

Dec. 8

George Mason

Fairfax, VA

7 pm ET

WHIO

Friday

Dec. 11

Old Dominion

UD Arena

7 pm ET

WHIO

Saturday

Dec. 19

Presbyterian

UD Arena

8 pm ET

Monday

Dec. 21

Appalachian State

UD Arena

8 pm ET

Tuesday

Dec. 29

Boston U.

UD Arena

7 pm ET

Friday

Jan. 1

New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM

9 pm ET

MWTV/CBSC

Tuesday

Jan. 5

Ball State

UD Arena

8 pm ET

WHIO

Saturday

Jan. 9

Duquesne

UD Arena

2 pm ET

CBSCR

Wednesday

Jan. 13

Fordham

Madison Square Garden

9 pm ET

WHIO

Saturday

Jan. 16

Xavier

Cincinnati, OH

11 am ET

ESPN2

Wednesday

Jan. 20

George Washington

UD Arena

7 pm ET

Saturday

Jan. 23

Saint Joseph’s

Philadelphia, PA

6 pm ET

ESPNU

Tuesday

Jan. 26

Rhode Island

UD Arena

7 pm ET

WHIO

Saturday

Jan. 30

St. Bonaventure

Olean, NY

7 pm ET

Saturday

Feb. 6

Xavier

UD Arena

12 noon ET

Wednesday

Feb. 10

Charlotte

UD Arena

7 pm ET

Saturday

Feb. 13

Saint Louis

St. Louis, MO

4 pm ET

ESPNU

Thursday

Feb. 18

La Salle

UD Arena

7 pm ET

CBSC

Sunday

Feb. 21

Duquesne

Pittsburgh, PA

1 pm ET

ESPN2

Wednesday

Feb. 24

Temple

Philadelphia, PA

7 pm ET

CBSR

Saturday

Feb. 27

Massachusetts

UD Arena

7 pm ET

CBSR

Thursday

Mar. 4

Richmond

Richmond, VA

7 pm ET

CBSC

Saturday

Mar. 6

Saint Louis

UD Arena

7 pm ET

CBSR

Tue.-Sun.

Mar. 9-14

Atlantic 10 Championship

Campus Sites/Atlantic City, NJ

Home games in bold played on Blackburn Court at the University of Dayton Arena. Television: MWTV=Mountain West Network; CBSC=CBS College Sports National; CBSR=CBS College Sports Regional

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Quick facts UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

RECORDS/HISTORY

Location..................................................................................... Dayton, OH 45469

2008-09 Overall Record...................................................................................27-8

Undergraduate Enrollment............................................................................... 7,700

Home Record....................................................................................................18-0

Founded.......................................................................................................... 1850

Road Record.......................................................................................................5-6

Religious Affiliation.......................................................... Roman Catholic (Marianist)

Neutral Site Record.............................................................................................4-2

Nickname........................................................................................................Flyers

2008-09 Atlantic 10 Record..............................................................................11-5

Colors...............................................................................................Red (PMS 200)

Finish..............................................................................................................T-2nd

....................................................................................................... Blue (PMS 288)

Home Record......................................................................................................8-0

Conference.............................................................................................. Atlantic 10

Road Record.......................................................................................................3-5

President....................................................................................Dr. Daniel J. Curran

2008-09 Non-Conference Record......................................................................16-3

Vice President / Director of Athletics......................................................... Tim Wabler

Home Record....................................................................................................10-0

Faculty Representative...............................................................Michael O’Hare, PhD

Road Record.......................................................................................................2-1

Arena / Capacity...............................................University of Dayton Arena / 13,266

Neutral Site Record.............................................................................................4-2

Press Row Phone..............................................................................(937) 449-2855

All-Time Record/Years...................................................................1,425-1,000/104

Ticket Office Phone...........................................................................(937) 229-4433

NCAA Appearances/Record.....................................................................22/14-16

UD Arena Fax..................................................................................(937) 449-2889

NIT Appearances/Record..........................................................................21/35-20

BASKETBALL INFORMATION

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATION

Head Coach.......................................................................................Brian Gregory

Director of Media Relations/MBB Contact...........................................Doug Hauschild Office Phone.............................................................................(937) 229-4390 Cell Phone............................................................................... (937) 272-4503 E-Mail.....................................................................................sid@udayton.edu

Record at UD/Season.......................................................................125-68/Seventh Overall Record/Season....................................................................125-68/Seventh Assistant Coaches...................................................... Billy Schmidt (Wake Forest ‘92) ........................................................................................ Cornell Mann (Akron ‘95) ......................................................................... Jon Borovich (Central Michigan ‘01) Dir. Of Basketball Operations................................................Matt Farrell (Dayton ‘06) Basketball Office Phone....................................................................(937) 229-4421 Basketball Athletic Trainer..................................................... Nate Seymour, ATC/LAT

Assistant Director of Marketing/Multimedia....................................... Michael LaPlaca Cell Phone................................................................................(937) 654-9025 Assistant Director of Athletics Communication.......................................Krystal Warren Cell Phone................................................................................(937) 269-5665 ...................................................................................................... Seth Iiames Cell Phone................................................................................(937) 877-0948

Basketball Strength & Conditioning Coach.....................................Mike Bewley, CSCS Basketball Administrative Assistant.................................................. Stacy Schretzman

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in the spotlight > After advancing to the second round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament and earning Top 25 preseason rankings in the ESPN/USA Today and Associated Press polls, media exposure for the University of Dayton Flyers is at an all-time high. In the few months since the Flyers’ NCAA Tournament appearance, coach Brian Gregory and the Dayton Flyers been the subject of numerous stories on the local, regional and national level. The University of Dayton Men’s Basketball program enjoys a significant presence on national, regional and local television. This year the Flyers will have at least seven games on the ESPN family of networks this season. Dayton has 22 ESPN appearances and three CBS Sports televised contests in the previous seven years under coach Brian Gregory.

The legendary Bill Raferty and Sean McDonough are among the announcers who have broadcast games from UD Arena.

Thanks to a conference-wide agreement with CBS College Sports, the network will carry Flyer Basketball games nationally as well as regionally. This season Dayton will be shown on CBS College Sports National, The Mtn, Madison Square Garden Network and CBS College Sports Regional. The Dayton community also benefits from a tremendous partnership with WHIO-TV, which has originated UD games (both home and road) for more than 50 years. All of Dayton’s games are broadcast on the through Newstalk 1290 WHIO Radio and over the internet at www.DaytonFlyers.com. In addition, the Brian Gregory Show appears on both WHIO-TV and WHIO Radio throughout the season. Coach Gregory’s TV show, hosted by WHIO-TV’s Mike Hartsock, airs Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. ET. The radio show airs live on Newstalk 1290 WHIO from a local Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday evenings from 8-9 p.m. ET, hosted by the “Voice of the Flyers” Larry Hansgen.

Atlantic 10 Schools Are Located in 12 of AC Nielsen’s Top 65 National Markets: Rank Market 1____________________ New York 4__________________ Philadelphia 7_______________________ Boston 8______________ Washington D.C. 21_____________________ St. Louis 22____________________Pittsburgh 26____________________ Charlotte 33___________________ Cincinnati 49______________________ Buffalo 51___________________Providence 58______________________ Dayton 61____________________Richmond

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national exposure

Maui Invitational Past Champions 1984 ........................... Providence 1985 ............................. Michigan 1986 ............................ Vanderbilt 1987 ....................................Iowa 1988 ............................. Michigan 1989 ...............................Missouri 1990 .............................. Syracuse 1991 ..................... Michigan State 1992 ................................... Duke 1993 .............................. Kentucky 1994 ....................... Arizona State 1995 ............................. Villanova 1996................................. Kansas 1997 ................................... Duke 1998 .............................. Syracuse 1999 ..................... North Carolina 2000 ............................... Arizona 2001 ................................... Duke 2002 ................................Indiana 2003.............................. DAYTON 2004...................... North Carolina 2005........................... Connecticut 2006................................... UCLA 2007.................................... Duke 2008...................... North Carolina

MAUI CHAMPS! In winning the 2003 EA Sports Maui Invitational Championship, the Flyers joined a prestigious list of past champions. UD’s name now hangs in the Lahania Civic Center with the likes of Duke, Kentucky, Indiana, and Michigan State. In addition, head coach Brian Gregory became the first head coach in the history of the Maui Invitational to win it in his rookie season. Keith Waleskowski was named the 2003 Maui Most Valuable Player. In fact, the Flyers’ Maui winning percentage of .833 (5-1), is second only to Duke for teams with multiple appearances.

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UD ARENA Re-energizing the UD Arena for another generation as the home of the Dayton Flyers, a $13.1 million renovation was completed just five seasons ago. The project added suites, loge seats, and the Time Warner Cable Flight Deck – all overlooking Blackburn Court with a powerful view of the action. The Boesch Lounge was redesigned, new restrooms were added and concessions were upgraded. The facility, recognized as one of the greatest in college basketball, was updated with an eye to the future while maintaining its roots as an icon in the Dayton community. IN 2002, THE UD ARENA BECAME A LANDMARK FOR ESPN. THE ARENA WAS THE SITE OF THE FIRST-EVER HIGH DEFINITION BASKETBALL BROADCAST FOR THE NETWORK.

“It is an amazing feeling to run out on the floor and have 13,000 fans cheering for you.” – Kurt Huelsman

“It’s like a dream come true. It’s like playing in a movie, but it’s real life.” – London Warren

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“The crowd is crazy. It’s a feeling that can’t be explained, just experienced.” – Chris Wright “Nothing can really describe playing at UD Arena. Running out of the tunnel before tip-off is one of the best feelings in the world.” – Dan Fox

Year-By-Year Attendance

Season

Record

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

11-4 15 194,728 12,982 13-3 16 204,276 12,767 10-5 15 191,109 12,741 10-6 16 193,480 12,093 15-1 16 190,809 11,926 8-9 17 194,847 11,462 12-5 17 189,633 11,155 12-6 18 205,425 11,413 17-3 20 229,997 11,500 15-3 18 210,649 11,703 12-5 17 183,090 10,770 14-3 17 177,213 10,424 16-2 18 184,231 10,235 13-4 17 169,146 9,950 14-2 16 173,368 10,836 15-3 18 211,096 11,728 15-2 17 199,836 11,755 10-7 17 198,794 11,694 8-8 16 193,209 12,076 9-8 17 198,640 11,684 16-3 19 234,402 12,338 11-7 18 226,741 12,597 12-4 16 196,142 12,259 3-12 15 172,057 11,470 6-10 16 173,885 10,868 7-9 16 175,391 10,962 12-4 16 181,472 11,342 12-3 15 163,277 10,885 14-4 18 210,911 11,717 9-6 15 179,625 11,975 13-2 15 189,667 12,644 12-6 18 218,822 12,157 13-4 17 206,213 12,130 17-1 18 220,789 12,266 15-3 18 226,738 12,597 12-4 16 201,114 12,570 12-5 17 211,176 12,423 15-2 17 208,522 12,266 15-3 18 224,623 12,479 18-0 18 229,768 12,765 All-Time Record at UD Arena: 493-181 All-Time Games: 674 All-Time Attendance: 7,944,911 All-Time Average: 11,787 *denotes NCAA Division I Attendance Rank

Gms

Att.

Avg

Rank* 5th 6th 10th --10th ------17th 20th 22nd 25th 28th 32nd 25th 21st 21st 20th 24th 26th 25th 25th 30th 32nd 35th 34th 33rd 35th 26th 27th 24th 24th 23rd 24th 25th 18th 23rd 26th 27th 27th

ESPN’S TOP FIVE COLLEGE BASKETBALL CITIES: “UD Arena is a close second to Cameron Indoor Stadium for the best college atmosphere.” –ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit

1. DAYTON, OHIO 2. DURHAM, N.C. 3. LAWRENCE, KAN. 4. STILLWATER, OKLA. 5. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.

Selected by Bob Carpenter and Bob Wenzel during a basketball telecast from UD Arena.

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PRACTICE FACILITY University of Dayton basketball got a shot in the arm when the Flyers opened their new oncampus practice facility during the summer of 2007. While the epicenter of Dayton basketball will remain the University of Dayton Arena, the new facility gives UD a dedicated on-campus space for individual instruction sessions, walk-throughs, open gyms, and a place for players to simply be able to work on their games when it fits their schedule. When the University opened its beautiful new $25.3 million RecPlex, it not only filled a need for the campus community, but created an opportunity for the Athletics Division to greatly improve its on-campus indoor practice space by renovating the vacated campus rec center and creating a new Athletics Practice Facility. Collins Gym received a new multipurpose surface suitable for indoor practices for track, volleyball, baseball, tennis, softball and football as well as conditioning sessions for all sports. In addition, the former Lackner Natatorium pool was filled in, the old Tom Blackburn Court was moved from the Arena to campus (a new Tom Blackburn court was installed at UD Arena for the 2007-08 season) and the Flyers began using their “home away from home” in August 2007. The 30-year-old facade was spruced up in 2008 to meet the architectural standards developed through the University of Dayton Campus Master Plan.

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ATHLETIC PRACTICE FACILITIES Future phases of renovation of the remaining unused spaces could include updating or expanding locker room space, training rooms, weight rooms, conditioning centers and new offices. The proximity of the facility to core campus also sends a strong message to prospective student-athletes about UD’s commitment to developing their talents both on-and-off the court. The UD community will continue to use the Collins Gym for administrative luncheons, Christmas on Campus, the Stander Symposium, the Science Fair and other campus events.

“It is great to have a gym on campus to get extra free throws in and work on your game. It’s open 24 hours a days 7 days a week so there are no excuses to why you shouldn’t be working.” – Mickey Perry

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THE NEXT LEVEL Morris Peterson, Toronto RAPTORS

“Coach Gregory is the best. He worked every day to help me get better. I could always count on B.G. to be there for me and to be honest with me. He’s a great coach and someone you can always trust.” – Mateen Cleeves, Sacramento Kings

“Gregory has a passion for coaching, teaching and MAKING guys better. BG’s energy is infectious – it was for me and it will be for the players who learn from him at Dayton.” – Eric Snow, Cleveland Cavaliers

CHARLIE BELL, MILWAUKEE BUCKS

Former Flyer Keith Waleskowski in action with the Utah Jazz during the NBA Summer League

Brian Roberts has played for NBA teams the last two years in the NBA Summer Leagues.

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brian gregory’s players have pro success Brian Gregory has coacheD 20 players in 15 years that HAVE PLAYED IN THE NBA: Maurice Ager.......................... New Orleans Hornets Alan Anderson.............................. Charlotte Bobcats Charlie Bell................................... Milwaukee Bucks Mateen Cleaves........................... Sacramento Kings Paul Davis................................Los Angeles Clippers Evan Eschmeyer............................. Dallas Mavericks Jamie Feick.................................... New Jersey Nets Andre Hutson................................ Milwaukee Bucks Erazem Lorbek.................................. Indiana Pacers Anthony Miller....................... Golden State Warriors Mike Peplowski........................... Sacramento Kings Morris Peterson...................... New Orleans Hornets Zach Randolph............................. Memphis Grizzlies Shawn Respert......................... Portland Trailblazers Jason Richardson................................ Phoenix Suns Casey Shaw................................ Philadelphia 76ers Steve Smith.................................. San Antonio Spurs Eric Snow................................... Cleveland Cavaliers Matt Steingenga..................................Chicago Bulls Marcus Taylor.................... Minnesota Timberwolves zach randolph, New York Knicks

“Coach Gregory helped me so much, I owe him a lot. Dayton players and recruits are going to love playing for him – he gives you everything he’s got.” – Jason Richardson, Charlotte Bobcats (Golden State Warriors Two-Time NBA Grand Slam Dunk Champion)

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UD LEGENDS Where it all began. The University’s first basketball team in 1903-04.

Johnny Davis jumped from UD to the NBA, winning a championship with Portland his first season. Following his playing career, he was Philadelphia’s head coach during Allen Iverson’s rookie season and is now an assistant coach for the Memphis Grizzlies.

With 2,233 career points, Roosevelt Chapman is the Flyers��� all-time leading scorer. He led the Flyers on a remarkable NCAA run his senior season, scoring 105 points in UD’s four-game run to the Elite Eight.

One of UD’s most prolific rebounders, Ryan Perryman led the nation in rebounding as a senior in 1998.

After playing for UD, Bucky Bockhorn teamed with Oscar Robertson in the Cincinnati Royals backcourt. He has since provided color commentary for UD basketball on the radio for nearly 30 years.

The marquee outside of the old Madison Square Garden advertises the 1955 NIT Championship game between Dayton and Duquesne.

UD’s three-time All-Atlantic 10 performer, Brian Roberts was a finalist for the Wooden, Naismith, Cousy, and Lowes Senior CLASS Awards. He ended his career fourth on the UD All-Time Scoring List with 1,962 points.

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Mike Kanieski was a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-America and stands as UD’s 12th-leading scorer with 1,642 points.


The Flyers’ starting five in the 1951 NIT, in which UD was the National Runnerup. From Left, Gene Hickey, Leland Norris, Don Meineke, Dick Campbell and Pete Boyle.

Donald Smith’s 52 points against Loyola-Chicago in 1973 is a UD record. Many still consider it one of the greatest collegiate performances in the history of Chicago Stadium.

Not only was Don Meineke the first Flyer to score 1,000 points, he was the first Flyer drafted in the NBA and the NBA’s first-ever Rookie of the Year. UD’s all-time winningest coach, Don Donoher led the Flyers to 437 wins between 1964 and 1989. He took UD to eight NCAA Tournaments, including three Sweet 16’s and one Final Four. His 1968 squad won the NIT Championship.

Mike Sylvester won a gold medal while playing with Italy in the 1980 Olympics in Moscow.

NIT Champs. Tom Blackburn’s Flyers beat St. John’s in front of 16,037 at the Garden to win the 1962 title. From left, Bill Chmielewski, Garry Roggenburk, Blackburn, Tom Hatton, Harold Schoen, Gordie Hatton.

A towering 7-footer, Hank Finkel averaged 23.7 points during his three-year career and led UD to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 1965 and 1966.

Don May made 13-straight field goals in UD’s 1967 NCAA Semifinal win over North Carolina. His 1,980 points is second all-time at UD.

Negele Knight set marks for assists in a career, season and game during his magical senior season.

UD’s 1968 NIT Championship team won 14-straight games to end the season. The Flyers’ beat West Virginia, Fordham, Notre Dame and Kansas to win the title.

The Flyer Faithful storm the court after the Flyers’ 2003 Atlantic 10 Championship win at UD Arena.

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brian gregory Head Coach

> Seventh Seaason at UD > 125-68 (.647) > Oakland ‘90

gregory’s career

Gregory maintains the new contract extension means more about the flyer basketball program than it does about him. “I’ve always said that it’s an honor to be the head basketball coach at the University of Dayton,” Gregory said. “It’s a special place and a perfect fit for myself and my family. What this extension demonstrates above all else is that the University believes in our program. And that’s bigger than just me. It’s our staff, and it’s our players. The players who came in at the beginning and have since graduated. The players who are in our program now. And the players who are coming to UD. It’s gratifying to know that Tim (Wabler) and Dr. Curran (UD President Dr. Daniel J. Curran), and everyone in our administration believe in them as much as I do.” Gregory’s 125 wins in his first six seasons trails only legendary coach Don Donoher’s 130. And Gregory’s .644 winning percentage is second in UD’s modern era to only another UD icon, Tom Blackburn, whose winning percentage was .714. Gregory began his tenure at Dayton with a 9-0 record, the second-best start for a new UD coach in the 100+ year history of varsity basketball at the school. Only Harry Solimano, who won his first 25 games over a three-year span that began in 1911, did better. Dayton was 24-9 in Gregory’s first season, winning the EA Sports Maui Invitational (Gregory is the only rookie coach to win the prestigious early-season tournament) at the beginning, and winning the Atlantic 10 West at the end. After taking a veteran team to the 2004 NCAA Tournament, Gregory guided one of the youngest teams in the country (six freshmen averaged at least 11 minutes a game) to an 18-11 record, finishing tied for second in the A-10 West. CBS Sportsline. com and collegeinsider.com chose Gregory as their 2004-05 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year.

When the University of Dayton basketball climbed into the national college basketball rankings in December, 2007, it signaled a benchmark for Flyer head basketball coach Brian Gregory. In less than five seasons at the Hilltop, and in his first with all his recruits on the team, Gregory had put together a Top 25-caliber program. And when Dayton was ranked again during the 2008-09 season en route to a 27-8 record that included a first-round win in the NCAA tournament, Gregory became the first UD coach since Don Donoher to have the Flyers ranked in back-to-back seasons. While Gregory is focused on the process of building a program the right way, and simply working toward becoming a better team tomorrow than today, the results speak for themselves. Dayton has won 50 games over the last two seasons and is 6-2 against BCS teams in that time. The Flyers’ 27 wins in 2008-09 tied for the second-most in school history and UD had the most post-season individual honors in school history. Since taking over as Dayton’s head coach in 2003, Gregory has a record of 125-68, with two NCAA appearances and an NIT quarterfinal berth. He is one of just 25 coaches who have been at their current school at least five years who average at least 20 wins a season. That list includes Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim, UConn’s Jim Calhoun, Florida’s Billy Donovan, Michigan State’s Tom Izzo, Duke’s Mike Kryzewski, Louisville’s Rick Pitino, Kansas’ Bill Self, Maryland’s Gary Williams and North Carolina’s Roy Williams. Gregory’s teams have also won two in-season tournament championships -- the 2003 Maui Invitational and the 2008 Chicago Invitational Challenge. On May 6, 2009, because of his success, and what is expected in the future, the University extended Gregory’s contract to run through the 2017-18 season. In making the announcement, UD Vice President and Director of Athletics Tim Wabler said it was a decision involving the past, present and future of Dayton basketball. “The University of Dayton is committed to excellence, and this contract extension demonstrates our commitment to Brian Gregory,” Wabler said. “The arc of our men’s basketball program is outstanding on many levels. Looking back at our success, we are one of a handful of schools to win 50 games and have been ranked in the last two years. Right now on campus, we have young men of high character in our program who are dedicated to getting better and are earning their degrees. Looking ahead, we are a preseason Top 25 team, and we have recruited young men who will continue our program’s momentum.” “I don’t know what our potential is, but I know we haven’t reached it” Wabler added. “And I know Brian Gregory is the man to test the limits of our potential.”

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Gregory’s Flyers opened his third year 8-3, but injuries and a lack of depth limited the Flyers to a 14-17 final record, although it’s worth noting five of the wins and 11 of the losses came against post-season teams. In 2006-07, Dayton rebounded to finish 19-12 with nine of the losses coming on the road against teams that won a combined 74.2 percent of their home games. Last year, the climb continued even with the injuries. The team reinvented itself on the fly after the great start was diluted by the loss of Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team selection Chris Wright, the first and most damaging of the injuries. Dayton was 23-11 and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT, losing at eventual champ Ohio State in 2007-08. For the past two years, Gregory has traveled to the Persian Gulf to support the troops in the USO’s “Operation Hardwood,” a USO/Armed Forces Entertainment tour. “These men and women sacrifice so much to serve our country,” Gregory said. “They put themselves in harm’s way every day, and it was a great honor to be with them over there.” Among the coaches and basketball figures who have participated in previous tours are Jay Bilas, Mike Brey, Bobby Cremins, Karl Hobbs, Tom Izzo, Bobby Lutz, Dave Odom, the late Skip Prosser, Tubby Smith and Gary Williams. Each of Gregory’s recruiting classes has produced at least one player who has earned postseason honors from the Atlantic 10 Conference. UD’s RPI has climbed from 183 after the 2005-06 season to 75, 32 and finally 27 after the 2008-09 campaign. Gregory brought with him to Dayton the knowledge of what it takes to win championships, and a reputation as a top-notch recruiter. On the court, his Flyers won titles in their first two opportunities with the trophies from Maui and the A-10 West division. The first recruiting class Gregory and his staff signed to play for UD was ranked as high as 17th in the nation. He also demonstrated his skills as a bench coach, making savvy move after savvy move in the championship game of the Maui Invitational. Since it was Maui, it would be tempting to say that UD coach Brian Gregory drew up the defense that turned the tide in the Hawai’i game in the sand, but figuratively speaking you wouldn’t be far off.


Down eight at halftime, the Flyer coaches refined one of their zone defenses with a secretive walk-through at halftime with the Hawai’i team just a few feet away. Here’s Gregory’s post-game description: “We thought if they started clicking on offense we might try the zone. But it was close enough for most of the first half, we wanted to save it for the second half, so they couldn’t make any adjustments at halftime. We actually did a walk-through of what we wanted to do at halftime. Up where the locker rooms are, there is an open space right outside the locker room door. We put the defense in right there. I told everyone to make sure they were quiet because Hawai’i was just on the other side of the divider they put up between the two teams up there.” The strategy and execution it took to win at Maui didn’t go unnoticed. ESPN’s Jay Bilas made this observation after the tournament: “...Gregory did a great job of preparing his team, and his handling of the second half of the Hawai’i game was outstanding. Gregory’s call for a lob play out of a critical timeout was well-conceived and well-executed, worthy of a veteran coach.” Gregory, 42, was named the Flyers’ 18th head coach on April 9, 2003 (although he is just the fifth UD coach in the last 59 years). He came to Dayton from Michigan State, where he was associate head coach on Tom Izzo’s Spartan staff. While at MSU, he was part of two Final Four teams, including Michigan State’s national championship team in 2000. “I’m honored and excited to be named the head basketball coach at the University of Dayton,” Gregory said. “It’s a program rich in tradition with tremendous community and fan support, and a great foundation has been laid for this program.” “I’ve been well-prepared by my mentors-Jud Heathcote (former Michigan State coach), Kevin O’Neill (current Arizona assistant coach) and Tom Izzo (current Michigan State head coach)-and look forward to building a championship program at UD.” A native of Mount Prospect, Illinois, Gregory brought 15 years of coaching experience to Dayton, with 12 of them coming in the Big Ten. Teams he was with have reached the post-season in 12 of his 15 seasons. He began his coaching career in 1990 at Michigan State University on Jud Heathcote’s staff until 1995, and then Tom Izzo’s staff when Izzo succeeded Heathcote. In 1996, Gregory followed Stan Joplin when Joplin went from Michigan State to become Toledo’s head coach. After one season at Toledo, Gregory returned to the Big Ten by joining Kevin O’Neill’s program at Northwestern. Gregory returned to Michigan State for the 1999-2000 season when he joined Tom Izzo’s staff in East Lansing. After two seasons serving as an assistant coach, Gregory was elevated to Associate Head Coach for the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons. In his last stint at Michigan State, the Spartans went to the NCAA tournament all four seasons, reaching the Final Four in 2000 and 2001, and winning the NCAA national championship in 2000. In the four years coinciding with Gregory’s return to Michigan State, the Spartans had a national championship, two Final Four appearances, three Elite Eight appearances, four NCAA bids, two Big Ten Championships, four players drafted in the first round of the NBA draft, and MSU signed six McDonald’s All-Americans.

BRIAN GREGORY YEAR-BY-YEAR > Head Coaching Year School 2003-04 Dayton 2004-05 Dayton 2005-06 Dayton 2006-07 Dayton 2007-08 Dayton 2008-09 Dayton TOTALS

Career Overall 24-9 18-11 14-17 19-12 23-11 27-8 125-68

Pct. .727 .621 .452 .613 .676 .771 .648

Conference 12-4 10-6 6-10 8-8 8-8 11-5 55-41

Pct. Finish Postseason .750 1st-W NCAA First Round .625 T-2nd W --.375 T-11th --- .500 T-7th --.500 T-7th NIT Quarterfinals .688 T-2nd NCAA Second Round .573

Assistant Coaching Career Year School Overall Pct. 1990-91 Michigan State 19-11 .633 1991-92 Michigan State 22-8 .733 1992-93 Michigan State 15-13 .535 1993-94 Michigan State 20-12 .625 1994-95 Michigan State 22-6 .785 1995-96 Michigan State 16-16 .500 1996-97 Toledo 13-16 .448 1997-98 Northwestern 10-17 .370 1998-99 Northwestern 15-14 .517 1999-00 Michigan State 32-7 .820 2000-01 Michigan State 28-5 .848 2001-02 Michigan State 19-12 .612 2002-03 Michigan State 22-13 .628 Totals 253-150 .628

Conference 11-7 11-7 7-11 10-8 14-4 9-9 6-12 3-13 6-10 13-3 13-3 10-6 10-6 123-99

Pct. Finish Postseason .611 T-3rd NCAA Second Round .611 T-3rd NCAA Second Round .388 T-8th NIT First Round .555 T-4th NCAA Second Round .777 2nd NCAA First Round .500 7th NIT Runner Up .481 T-8th .384 T-9th .375 T-9th NIT First Round .812 T-1st NCAA Natl. Champions .812 1st NCAA Final Four .625 5th NCAA First Round .625 T-3rd NCAA Regional Finals .554

Gregory was named the 2005 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year by CBSSportsLine.com. While preparing to be a head coach, Gregory had been recognized as one of the top assistant coaches in the country by such recognized publications as The Sporting News and Sports Illustrated. As a recruiter, he was part of four Top Ten recruiting classes at Michigan State. He also helped bring a Top Twenty recruiting class to Northwestern. Gregory is the fourth Tom Izzo assistant to land a Division I head coaching position. In addition to Joplin, Indiana’s Tom Crean (who took Marquette to the 2004 Final Four) and Arkansas’ Stan Heath (who took Kent State to the 2002 Sweet Sixteen) are part of Izzo’s coaching family tree. Gregory graduated from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan, in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education. While at Oakland, he was a three-time all-conference selection, and was named an Academic All-American in 1990. He was inducted into Oakland’s Hall of Fame in 1997. Before transferring to Oakland, Gregory spent one year at the United States Naval Academy, and was a teammate of David Robinson on Navy’s 1985-86 team that advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight (note: That was not the Navy team that played in the NCAA tournament in UD Arena. Navy beat LSU and lost to Maryland in 1985 at UD Arena.). He also holds a master’s degree in Athletic Administration from Michigan State (`92). Not content to be a prominent member of the University of Dayton community impacting the lives of the student-athletes on his team, Gregory has become very involved in the Dayton community since coming to the Miami Valley in 2003. He is the spokesperson for National City’s “Real Men Wear Pink” breast cancer prevention and care program. He was also the honorary chair of the United Way’s 2007 pledge campaign. Gregory and his wife Yvette are most heavily involved in a local chapter of “Secret Smiles,” a charity that delivers beds and bedding to children of families who cannot provide for them. Not only do the Gregorys lend their time and support to the annual auction held every year on the “Flyer Feedback” postgame radio show (last year’s auction raised $18,000 in one night), the coach also helps deliver the beds. “It’s one of my favorite things to do,” Gregory says. “I pull my UD ball cap down low, and I’m just a guy delivering a bed.” Brian and Yvette have two daughters -- Isabella, and Elyse.

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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON men’s basketball

What’s Being Said About Brian Gregory > “Brian Gregory is a rising star in the coaching business, and he has been the perfect fit at Dayton. Flyer fans know the game, and they know they have a winner in Brian. Under his leadership, Dayton is building a culture of winning, and winning the right way. I love watching Brian’s Flyer teams play. They play the right way, and they play for the team above the individual. Brian Gregory is a winner in every sense of the word.” – Jay Bilas, ESPN Basketball Analyst

PERSONAL DATA:

``Brian Gregory is one of the elite young coaches in the country. Most are well-aware of his relentless work ethic, but what is overlooked is his ability to relate to his players. He’s done a terrific job in his tenure at Dayton recruiting and developing players and also getting the program to a level where they can compete for an NCAA tournament berth every year.” - Jeff Goodman, FOXSports.com Senior College Basketball Writer

Alma Mater: Oakland University ‘90 Michigan State ‘92 - Master’s

“Dayton’s got itself a different dude in Brian Gregory. He’s loyal enough to turn down so-called “bigger” jobs to stay at Dayton ... optimistic enough to believe he can turn that small, private Catholic school into a national powerhouse ... and good enough to do it.” – Gregg Doyel, CBSSportsLine.com National Columnist “Brian Gregory and Dayton are a perfect fit. He is a bright, energetic, hard-working coach who has proven he can recruit well enough to keep the Flyers as a top 25-caliber team. UD is the team to beat in the Atlantic 10 this season, and they will be one of the best teams in the country.” --Seth Davis, Sports Illustrated & CBS College Basketball Analyst “The simple truth is that Brian is getting good players to play for Dayton and encouraging them to play hard. That’s really the essence of college coaching, and he is doing a great job. Brian’s a terrific teacher, also. I watched him in practice and was impressed by how he communicated with his players. He has a bright, long future as a coach.” – Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News Senior Writer “Brian Gregory seems to be a hand-in-glove fit at Dayton. His coaching style, concern for the student-athlete, energy, and personality equals continued success on-and-off the court. He’s doing an excellent job in every way at UD.” – Clark Kellogg, CBS Sports College Basketball Analyst

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Age:

43

Birthdate:

December 15, 1966

Family:

Wife - Yvette / Children - Isabella (8) and Elyse (4)

Hometown: Mount Prospect, Ill.

Playing Career: Oakland University (1986-90) • Three-time All-Conference selection • Academic All-America (1990) • U.S. Naval Academy (1985-86) • NCAA Elite Eight (1986) Coaching Career: • Assistant Coach, Michigan State (1990-96) • NCAA Tournament (‘91, ‘92, ‘94, ‘95) Assistant Coach, Toledo (1996-97) Assistant Coach, Northwestern (1997-99) • NIT (1999) Assistant Coach, Michigan State (1999-00) • NCAA National Champions (2000) Associate Head Coach, Michigan State (2000-03) • NCAA Tournament (2001, 2002, 2003) Head Coach, Dayton (2003- PRESENT) • NCAA Tournament (2004, 2009) • 2005 A-10 Coach of the Year (CBSsportsline.com)


What’s Being Said About Brian Gregory > “Brian Gregory is one of the top young coaches in college basketball and a terrific ambassador for the University of Dayton. His Flyer teams play with energy, enthusiasm and intelligence and reflect the kind of coach and person he is.” -- Fran Fraschilla, ESPN College Basketball Analyst “Brian Gregory is one of the hardest working assistants I’ve ever known and has a tremendous ability to do all the things a head coach needs to do. He’s a great young coach and a great young guy.” – Retired Michigan State Coach Jud Heathcote “Brian’s doing a heck of a job. The way he has taken over the area and gotten the local talent, that’s hard to do. Brian has just taken it over. There are players who have gotten away at other times, but they’re not getting away from him.” --Former Flyer coach and UD Hall of Famer Don Donoher ”Brian proved himself in his time here to be everything you need in a head coach. He‘s a great recruiter, but he is also a great game coach. I don’t think you get that kind of mix very often. The job he did here was second to none.” – Michigan State Head Coach Tom Izzo “Gregory, a former Michigan State assistant under Tom Izzo, has done a super job with the Flyers. He led Dayton to the NCAA tournament last season and his squad has the potential to return to the big dance next season, led by forward Chris Wright.” – Dick Vitale, ESPN.com, May 8, 2009 ”He’s going to be a star. He’s a special guy and I know he’ll be successful both on and off the court. And he’ll be someone that the Dayton community will be proud of on and off the court. He has that rare blend. He can get along with people of all ages and make people feel better about themselves. He’ll do a great job, no doubt.” – Former NBA Coach Kevin O’Neill “It’s difficult to build a consistently successful program outside of a power conference, but you get the sense Brian is on the verge of doing it. He landed Chris Wright, and now he’s backed that with a strong group from the Class of 2010. Simply put, it seems Brian is going to be able to recruit above the normal level of the A-10, and that’s the key to maintaining national relevancy.” --Gary Parrish, CBSSports.com College Basketball Columnist “They are a team that drives it hard. Dayton does as good of a job as anybody we played this year of putting the ball down and putting pressure on you defensively. Brian has done a great job with this program.” – Bill Self, Kansas Head Coach

“Dayton coach Brian Gregory… has players who understand his system and are winners.” – Andy Katz, ESPN.com “Brian’s done a great job with them. You know, I think the one thing that really stands out is how hard they work. They are a terrific offensive rebounding team because they work so hard at it, and they don’t run in transition, they sprint. If you watch them, they just get out and they get in lanes and sprint.” – Bob Huggins, West Virginia Head Coach “Some college coaches like to sweet-talk their recruits but not Brian Gregory. Chris Wright said that when he first met him, the very first thing that he ever told him, ‘You’re not that good, but if you work at it you can become the player you want to be.’ You can never underestimate the value of honesty, and there is an honest man (Brian Gregory) who told the young man not what he thought he wanted to hear, but told him what he needed to hear, and Chris Wright came to Dayton.” – ESPN Analyst Mark Adams “You have to go back to his days at Michigan State where he learned from one of the masters of the whole thing–Tom Izzo. Brian will bring to Dayton an assistant coach’s work ethic and the mentality of ‘get it done.’ I know he is working just as hard as his assistants, and by working that hard as their leader, he’s making them better coaches. Dean Smith said the most important thing he could do for his team was hire the best assistant coaches he could get. Brian has put together a heckuva staff, and that speaks volumes about him and his plan. He turned down a bunch of jobs, and waited and waited for the right one.” – Dave Telep, TheInsiders.com “Over the last few years, the University of Dayton has been building a strong program. They have the foundation in place to make a great run in the NCAA Tournament. I’ve had an opportunity to watch Coach Gregory run practices and coach several games in the last couple of years. He recruits good kids; they graduate; and they improve every year. Everyone enjoys being a part of his team and that success is seen on the court.” --Hubert Davis, ESPN Analyst “What I saw this summer was that the work ethic of the Michigan State line of coaches continued when Brian Gregory came to Dayton. Brian and his coaches are a hard-working staff, with the diligence and ability to convince people that the program is not just going to stay where it is, but go even higher. But you also have to have an eye for it. You have to see the development in a player down the road. Brian’s got that.” – Van Coleman, HoopMasters.COM “There’s something about him that you don’t want to let him down.” -Junior forward Chris Wright in the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook

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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON men’s basketball

q & A with coach gregory

Last year, you went 27-8, earned an at-large berth to the NCAA tournament and knocked off West Virginia in the first round. Most teams would take kind of season in a heartbeat. But the sense around the team is there is a hunger for more in 2009-10. Is this true and how do you explain that? BG: I do believe that this team is very driven and led by seniors that want to add to their legacy as Flyers. Last year as a team they were able to see a glimpse of the success that they could attain and at this point, feel a desire to want more. I believe that it is in the character of this program as well as in the players that have helped us attain this level of success to never be satisfied. It is one of the greatest traits that each of our players have. They understand that every day is an opportunity to continue to improve. With so much firepower returning and so many media outlets covering college basketball 12 months out of the year, the Flyer basketball program probably received more attention this offseason than ever before. One of the strengths of last year’s team was its ability to focus on the next game. How hard was it in the off-season for the players to focus on getting better for the future when so many people wanted to re-live last year? BG: One of the things that we always tell our players: If what you did yesterday still seems big today…then you haven’t accomplished much today! With that understanding, our players have been extremely focused on getting better and preparing themselves for a great upcoming season. One of the areas I think our players have really matured in is their ability to eliminate any outside distractions and continue to believe in and strengthen our core value of making every day count. Our players understand that constant improvement and dedication is vital. A true commitment to their progress as a player and the progression we need to make as a team must be of the utmost importance. We have a very humble group of young men that are very proud of their past accomplishments but have a strong desire to achieve more. Chris Wright has played just 50 college games, but he is on the Wooden Preseason Top 50 list and is already regarded as one of the top players in the Atlantic 10. Talk about him and what he means to your program. BG: Chris Wright’s impact on our program began the day he committed to us. I really believe it will continue for a long time once his career is over. Obviously Chris is a very talented player with many gifts that make him one of the country’s best. But his impact on this program goes far beyond basketball and the talents that he brings to the court. Chris is one of our hardest workers. He is not afraid of facing his weaknesses as a player. We tell our guys that great players see what they don’t want to see, hear what they don’t want to hear and do what they don’t want to do. Chris is one of those players. He has worked extremely hard on his continual development as a player and has done so while always putting the team first. In just two short years he has solidified the idea that every dream, goal, and objective that a young man has as a college athlete can be accomplished here at the University of Dayton. Your seniors have already won 69 games. That’s as good as any class in school history heading into their senior year. Please discuss them as a group and individually. BG: This year’s group of seniors has dramatically changed the face of this program not only with their style of play but also with their dedication, intensity, and passion for the University of Dayton. These five seniors are a very talented group of players but it is their heart and spirit that have given them the opportu-

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nity to create a legacy that could only add to the unbelievable tradition of Flyer Basketball. London Warren has made as much improvement as any player that I have coached. The energy that he plays with has completely altered our system of play. I am not sure that anyone in the country plays with a bigger heart than London Warren. Marcus Johnson has grown into one of the best guards in the Atlantic 10. His consistency over the last three years has been a key reason for our success. His leadership and approach to our team has set the standard for years to come. Kurt Huelsman is as dependable a player as there is in college basketball and that is why he has started every game since becoming a Dayton Flyer. Only people who really understand the game and the nuances that are important for helping teams win truly appreciate what Kurt Huelsman has done for this program. Mickey Perry has approached every challenge that has been presented to him with such a positive outlook that it has helped him carve out a very special role. We would not have had the success that we’ve had over the last three years without Mickey Perry’s attitude, intensity and versatility. Rob Lowery made a huge impact in his first year with our program, not only with his play but with his leadership and energized approach to the game. We were not the same team without Rob Last year. No one has worked harder in the face of adversity and because of that he has earned the respect of everyone associated with the program. We are looking forward to him coming back and having a tremendous senior year. You lost just one starter from last year’s team. With Charles Little graduating, who will get the first look to start in that spot? BG: Our player’s competitive level is such that each one of them knows that nothing is given and that everything is earned. This group of guys is very special because they understand that starting is not as important as producing and being dependable in the role that will best help our team be successful. At times last year we played eleven players and we would not have won 27 games without each and every one of those players. The diversity of talents that this team has will allow us to play many different line-ups. A strength of last year’s team was its depth and versatility. Will that continue to be a trademark of the Dayton basketball program? BG: I think our guys enjoy the way we play and the fact that we challenge each and every one of them to continue to improve all of their skills. I believe one of the unique traits of our program is the freedom that we allow our players in terms of their individual development. As each player increases their skill set they are able to utilize this versatility in our aggressive defensive style of play and with our up- tempo energized offense. We try to recruit players that are not one dimensional and I believe our system fits in well with players that are capable of impacting the game in many different ways. This team is one of the most athletic team in school history. How will you take advantage of your athleticism? BG: The only way to take advantage of athletic ability is to play with great intensity. I believe we have created that style of play here. I think it is important that we create scoring opportunities in some non-traditional ways: Creating points from our defense, from offensive rebounds, and by getting to the free throw line more often, I feel we will have a much more balanced team. It is definitely a team that will be fun to watch from early on in the season. How has the off-season gone for your team in the weight room and in open gyms? BG: During the offseason, it is important for our guys to identify areas for improvement and to concentrate hard on making that happen. I think that every one of our guys knows that staying in great shape and getting stronger is paramount. We will continue to evolve as a team offensively, but I think our guys realize that one of our strengths will be our defense and our rebounding. And because of that getting stronger and getting more explosive is a big point of emphasis. Mike Bewley works 24/7 trying to figure out ways to make our guys more efficient and better and more explosive athletes. He has done a tremendous job with that.


What do you see as assets and question marks for this year’s team? BG: Like last year, I think our strength was in our numbers. With our team speed and versatility, our goal is to create offensive efficiency by pushing the ball, sharing it and getting second shots. A lot of that comes with great effort, great movement, spacing, and unselfishness. The more area on offense that we use, the better we are able to utilize our athletic ability. Defensively, we have multiple guys who can guard multiple positions. We have emphasized doing a better job of creating havoc on the defensive end. We are going to use our length and athletic ability to dictate and more importantly, extend the pressure. We did a great job at times last year with our pressure, but I believe we can still improve in this area. We always relate it to the rush in football... If you can put pressure on the quarterback, you are in control. We have the capability and depth to do that. That exciting style of basketball really appeals to our guys. Talk about your walk-ons, and what they mean to the program. BG: We have had Luke and Dan, and now Logan and Pete are back with us this year. Luke and Dan have given our program four great years. What everyone now understands is that they are as important to the success of this team as anybody else. They may not get credit, but they realize what they do every day helps the team to be successful. In life not everybody gets the headlines. But if you look at your job as something that is really important I think it is a great lesson to learn. The one thing I know I can always do is point at those two -- who are paying to go to school here and sacrifice a lot to be part of this team -- and ask our players…are you working as hard as them? Because those guys, they bring it every day. It is great to have them around. High-quality kids, great families, great high school programs. I don’t even look at them as walk-ons anymore. They are every bit as important to this team as our starters. Your entire team was together on campus for almost two months this summer again this year. What does that do for teambuilding? BG: Letting incoming freshmen attend summer school is the best rule that the NCAA has ever come up with. It gives our guys six weeks of academics, six weeks to understand our academic system. That puts them in a position, once the fall semester starts, to have already experienced what being a college student is like. There are able to get a feel for our study hall, our tutoring and, the time-management that is so important. And they are able to do that without the pressure of fall semester starting and practice right around the corner. In my five years, we have been able to graduate every senior in four years. Summer school is a big part of that. Summer school in their freshman year gets all of our guys started in the right direction. Please talk about how the Atlantic 10 Conference will be this season. BG: I was not surprised that the league had the year we had last year. And I would not be surprised this year if we met or exceed what we did last season. Going into this year the league is talented from top to bottom as any time I’ve been in this league, with the conference title looking wide-open. You have talented players on every team. You have coaches that have successes in other leagues that have come into this league. I don’t think it is out of the realm to have multiple teams in the NCAA tourney. In the other post season tournaments, younger teams and rebuilding teams will be very successful in those as

well. The 16 games we play in the league are going to be as challenging as they’ve ever been. There are not bad losses in the league…there are only good wins. It is all how people perceive it. We are starting to get the national attention that this conference deserves. We took a big step forward last year. We need to duplicate it again. When you were introduced as UD’s coach, you talked of winning championships. You’ve been an integral part of a national title, and you won the first championship you played for here at Dayton (the 2003 EA Sports Maui Invitational). What does it take to build a championship program? BG: There is no doubt that the most important part of building a championship program is the players. You must bring in talented players who are high-quality people. Then you must create an atmosphere of commitment and belief in each other and the system. Everyone in the program must be energetic, enthusiastic, and passionate about their role in the program’s success. I truly believe that we are building just that type of program here at the University of Dayton. Talk about your coaching staff – Billy Schmidt, Cornell Mann and Jon Borovich. BG: Billy has been with me since day one. I couldn’t ask for a better assistant in terms of passion, knowledge and the ability to be really good at every aspect of coaching. He is a great and tireless recruiter, and a tremendous x and o’s guy. He can really relate our basketball themes and systems to the players, both in individual coaching sessions and on the court during practice. He is just a guy that has been so important to the building of this program. He has done an unbelievable job, and deserves a lot of the credit for our success. Cornell really made a positive impact during his first year. I have known him for a long time and he has always been a part of successful programs. He is a relentless recruiter that has really made his mark as a young coach in terms of working with the perimeter players and getting guys to be able to continue to improve and reach their full potential. Individual improvement is so important to us and having a guy like Cornell who not only can recruit talented players but then can help those players get better once they’re here is very important for our continued success. JB is really making a good name for himself in this profession. He is a basketball guy who was a hard-nosed player and he has brought that same type of intensity to every aspect of coaching. He is a guy who really believes in this program and really believes what this program stands for. He sells that in the recruiting and in his coaching every day. The most important thing for me in terms of my staff is that they are passionate about teaching. They do inspire guys to get better and improve. The technical things are important but without that drive it is only going to go so far with the players. Talk about your coaching mentors – Tom Izzo, Jud Heathcote and Kevin O’Neill. BG: The greatest thing that Coach Izzo instilled in me is that you can teach toughness. You can create a competitive team through encouragement and support. Jud Heathcote, the Hall of Fame coach, taught me the importance of player development. He understood it was important to bring in great players but it was even more important to make them better. Kevin O’Neill taught me that for a program to be successful the players must trust and believe in the coaching staff. Every day you must show the players that they can count on you in every area of their life.

Talk about the relationship between the Flyers and the “Flyer Faithful.” BG: One of the great things about our program is the support that we get from the Flyer Faithful. Our guys really thrive off of that and are energized by that. I also think that our great fans enjoy the energy and the attitude that our guys play with. This is a town that is not afraid to roll up its sleeves. It’s a town that is built on a sense of community, a sense of unselfishness, and a great sense of pride. It is our goal for our program to emulate those character traits of this great town. You want guys that want to be at a place where basketball is important. There is no question that basketball is important here and there is no question that the excitement that the fans bring makes this a unique and special situation for our players. Our guys understand that and feel honored to be supported by the nation’s best fans. What does it mean to be the head coach at the University of Dayton to you? BG: Each year it becomes more of an honor. You learn more about the program and more about the people that have been a part of it. I’ve spent more time with coach Donoher and you really start to appreciate the type of men that shaped this program. To be a part of that is humbling. In Dr. Curran and Tim Wabler we have outstanding leadership. We have tremendous facilities, prestigious academics, and the most passionate fans and supporters that I have ever seen. We have a proud tradition and I believe every day we are building a bright future. Every day I go into work in a facility named after our great coach - Don Donoher. I coach every day on the court named after our legendary coach - Tom Blackburn. I believe every day, we are building on our tradition, a tremendous tradition, but we are also keeping our eyes on what I believe is an exciting future. Those two men set the standard very high. Not just with their success on the court, but with the academic excellence of their players, and the impact their future players made as leaders in the community. I feel very blessed to be in charge of such a special program. You participated in the USO’s “Operation Hardcourt” this summer for the second straight year. Talk about that experience and why you were interested in returning so quickly to visit the troops in the Middle East. BG: It was such a great honor to be a part of Operation Hardwood. Two summers ago, our trip to Camp Victory outside of Bagdad greatly impacted me as a person and as a coach. I gained a greater appreciation for the dedication and sacrifice that our servicemen and women are making to secure our freedom. My second trip this past summer to Camp Speicher outside of Tikrit only solidified my respect for our armed forces. The men and women in uniform all around the world are making sacrifices and putting their lives in harm’s way to protect the freedoms of this country. All the thank-you’s in the world could never be enough for the service that they are so proud to complete.

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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON men’s basketball

assistant coach Seventh season at ud AGE BIRTHDATE HOMETOWN ALMA MATER

> 39 > February 7, 1970

Stamford, CT > Wake Forest University ‘92 >

COACHING CAREER ASSISTANT COACH OAK HILL ACADEMY (VA.) (199294) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (1993, 1994) ASSISTANT COACH TENNESSEE (1994-97) ASSISTANT COACH NORTHWESTERN (1997-00) ASSISTANT COACH SETON HALL (2000-01) ASSISTANT COACH MICHIGAN (2001-03)

billy schmidt Billy Schmidt enters his seventh season at the University of Dayton and has helped head coach Brian Gregory develop a Top 25-caliber program. Adding Schmidt to the Flyer coaching staff was Gregory’s first move after being name Dayton’s coach in 2003. Schmidt is involved with all aspects of the Flyer men’s basketball program, assisting with scouting, recruting and player development. Schmidt came to Dayton after nine seasons coaching in the SEC, The Big East, and the Big Ten. Schmidt had been on Tommy Amaker’s staff for three years from 2000 to 2003, beginning with Amaker at Seton Hall in 2000 before moving to Michigan with him. Prior to Seton Hall, Schmidt was an assistant coach for three years (1997-2000) at Northwestern University under former Toronto Raptors head coach Kevin O’Neill. During his first two years at Northwestern, Schmidt began his working relationship and friendship with Brian Gregory. Schmidt also worked with O’Neill from 1994 to 1997 at the University of Tennessee. He joined the Volunteer staff as an administrative assistant in 1994 and was promoted to an assistant coach in 1996. “Billy’s work-ethic is why he was a must-hire for me,” said Gregory. “His rapport with the players makes him an excellent coach and recruiter. His knowledge and ability to teach are critical to our success.” Rivals.com also recognized the traits that Gregory sees in Schmidt. The college-athletic-oriented website named Schmidt one of the Top 25 recruiters in the country. Schmidt was joined on the list by coaches from the ACC, the Big 12, the Big East, the Pac-10, and the SEC. In the spring of 2009, Schmidt was named a recipient of the “Rising Star” Award, which is part of BasketballScoop Coach Of the Year. The program honors basketball assistant coaches who are regarded as the best in the business by their peers. The native of Stamford, Connecticut began his coaching career in the high school ranks, serving as an assistant coach to Steve Smith at Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, for two years (1992-94). During his tenure, Oak Hill won back-to-back national championships. Schmidt graduated with honors from Wake Forest University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education. While at Wake Forest, Schmidt was a manager and coaches’ aide for the Demon Deacons program for four years (1988-92).

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assistant coach SECOND season at ud AGE BIRTHDATE HOMETOWN ALMA MATER

> 38

>

October 5, 1971

> Royal Oak Township, MI

> Akron ‘95

COACHING CAREER ASSISTANT COACH ELMIRA COLLEGE (1997-1998) INTERIM HEAD COACH COLBY (KS) COMMUNITY COLLEGE (1998-1999) HEAD COACH OAK PARK (MI) HIGH SCHOOL (19992001) ASSISTANT COACH CENTRAL MICHIGAN (2001-2003) 2003 MAC CHAMPIONS ASSISTANT COACH WESTERN MICHIGAN (2003-2008) THREE-TIME MAC WEST CHAMPIONS

CORNELL MANN Cornell Mann begins his second season on the Dayton Flyer staff. Mann is an important part to the continual success of the program. In Mann’s first season (2008-09), Dayton was a nationally-ranked, Top 25 Team. The Flyers finished 27-8, which marks the second most victories in the program’s history. Dayton also advanced to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament highlighed by a victory over West Virginia. Prior to Dayton Mann spent the previous five seasons as an assistant at Western Michigan, where he helped the Broncos win three Mid-American Conference West Division championships. With Mann on the staff, WMU experienced some of the most sustained success in school history with five-straight top-two finishes in the MAC West, including division titles in 2004, 2005 and 2008. Mann was also part of two post-season teams at Western in 2004 (NCAA) and 2005 (NIT), and had five of his players named All-MAC guards. Before joining Steve Hawkins’ staff at Western Michigan, Mann spent two seasons at Central Michigan, highlighted by a MAC Tournament title and NCAA Tournament appearance in 200203. CMU defeated Creighton in the NCAA first round before falling to Duke. Prior to his arrival at CMU, Mann spent two seasons as the head coach at Oak Park High School near Detroit. During the same time he was also an assistant coach with the Michigan Mustangs (17-and-under) AAU team. Mann’s collegiate experience also includes assistant coaching stops at Colby Community College in Colby, Kansas (1998-99), and Elmira College in Elmira, N.Y. (1997-98). He served as interim head coach in his only season at Colby. The Royal Oak Township, Michigan native was an all-state performer at Ferndale High School, where he earned league MVP accolades and a nomination to the McDonald’s High School AllAmerica Team. He signed with the University of Colorado upon graduation and was a member of CU’s 1991 Postseason NIT Final Four squad.

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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON men’s basketball

assistant coach THIRD season at ud AGE BIRTHDATE HOMETOWN ALMA MATER

> 30 > February 19, 1979

Bloomfield Hills, MI > Central Michigan ‘01

>

PLAYING CAREER CENTRAL MICHIGAN (1997-2001)

COACHING CAREER Graduate Assistant Michigan State (2002) Director of Basketball Operations, Dayton (2003-2005) Assistant Basketball Coach, Oakland (2005-2007) NCAA Opening Round, ‘05 Assistant Basketball Coach, DAYTON (2007-PRESENT)

JON BOROVICH Jon Borovich begins his third consecutive season and fifth overall on coach Brian Gregory’s staff at the University of Dayton. A native of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Borovich, is involved with all aspects of the Flyer men’s basketball program, assisting with scouting, recruiting and player development. Since joining the staff, Borovich has helped the Flyers to back-to-back Top 25 rankings and a Top 25 recruiting class. In 2007-08, the Flyers vaulted out to a 14-1 record and a No. 14 ranking in the Associated Press poll of January 14, the highest ranking for a Dayton team in 40 years. In 2008-09, Dayton was once again a Top 25 Team and advanced to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. Borovich was with the Flyers for the first two seasons of Gregory’s tenure serving as UD’s Director of Basketball Operations. During Borovich’s time on the Dayton staff, UD was 42-20, won the 2003 Maui Invitational and made an appearance in the 2004 NCAA tournament. In between his Dayton stints, Borovich served as an assistant coach for at Oakland University. After appearing in the 2005 NCAA Opening Round Game in Dayton, the Grizzlies were 11-18 in 2005-06 and 19-14 in 2006-07. The 19 wins were the most by Oakland since the school went Division I in 1997. Before coming to Dayton as the Director of Basketball Operations, Borovich served as a graduate assistant on the staff at Michigan State where he assisted the Spartan’s program in video analysis while completing his Master’s Degree in Athletics Administration. Borovich earned a bachelor’s degree in Sports Studies in 2001 from Central Michigan University, with a double minor in Psychology and Coaching. He was the captain of the Chippewas’ basketball team as a junior and senior, and helped lead the team to the 2001 Mid-American Conference Championship. He also was named to the MAC All-Academic team as a senior.

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MATT FARRELL Matt Farrell is in his fourth season under coach Brian Gregory and third season as the Director of Basketball Operations for the University of Dayton. Farrell’s responsibilities include the coordination of all team travel, overseeing all aspects of the Brian Gregory Basketball Camps and all other day-to-day basketball operations. “I like the fact that Matt has dedicated himself to working through the ranks and dedicated himself to the profession,” said Gregory. “I believe he is an excellent and up-and-coming young coach who will do a tremendous job for us in the operations position.” In 2007-08, the Flyers vaulted out to a 14-1 record and a No. 14 ranking in the Associated Press poll of January 14, the highest ranking for a Dayton team in 40 years. The Flyers finished the season 23-11 and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT.

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS > 26

Prior to being promoted to Director of Basketball Operations in August 2007, Farrell was a Graduate Assistant with the Dayton men’s basketball program during the 2006-07 season.

> Dayton, OH

Farrell graduated from the University of Dayton with honors and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Business Economics and a Master’s in Business Administration.

THIRD season at ud AGE BIRTHDATE HOMETOWN ALMA MATER

In 2008-09, Dayton was once again a Top 25 Team. The Flyers finished 27-8, which marks the second most victories in the program’s history. Dayton also advanced to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament highlighed by a victory over West Virginia.

>

May 17, 1983

> Dayton ‘06

COACHING CAREER graduate assistant dayTon (2006-2007)

While earning his degree at the undergraduate level and maintaining his status in the University of Dayton Scholar Program, he served as an assistant basketball coach at a local area high school and coached AAU basketball for several organizations, including the Indiana Elite program.

Director of Basketball operations Dayton (2007-Present)

university of dayton all-time assistant coaches > Bob Beyer † .............................................................................................. 2005-07

Ron Jirsa † . .................................................. 1999-03

Dave Bollwinkel † ................................................................................... 1992-94

Mark Knue ................................................... 1984-86

Don Bolton ........................................................................................... 1950-52

Jim Larkin ..................................................... 1975-84

Jon Borovich.............................................................................................. 2007-

Cornell mann.................................................. 2008-

Jack Butler .............................................................................................. 1971-89

Dave Manzer ................................................ 1994-96

Razor Campbell ...................................................................................... 1954-56

Tom McConnell † ....................................... 1989-92

Butch Carter • ....................................................................................... 1989-91

Larry Miller .................................................. 1989-92

Bill Cassidy

........................................................................................... 1967-75

Junior Norris . ........................................... 1952-53

Bill Comar ....................................................................................1998-99, 00-01

Wade O’Connor ....................................... 1996-00

Doc Conroy .......................................................................................... 1989-94

Josh Postorino............................................ 2001-03

Mo Cassara............................................................................................. 2003-04

Reggie Rankin............................................... 2005-07

Herb Dintaman . .................................................................................... 1956-63

Billy Schmidt...................................................... 2003-

Don Donoher † ................................................................................... 1963-64

Jim Scoby .................................................... 1987-89

Jim Douglass

Frank Smith .................................................. 1994-03

Jim Ehler .......................................................................................1971-73, 74-89

Ray Springer

Chuck Grigsby ...................................................................................... 1964-69

Anthony Solomon †.................................. 2007-08

Pat Haley † .....................................................................................1968-70, 76-80

Pete Strickland † ....................................... 1994-98

Steve Hess ............................................................................................... 1973-74

Paul Westhead • †........................................ 1963-64

Dan Hipsher † ........................................................................................ 1980-89

Dave Wojcik.................................................. 2004-05

Bobby Joe Hooper.................................................................................... 1969-71

† Division I head coaching experience

Mike Jackson........................................................................................... 2003-05

• NBA head coaching experience

George Janky

. ...................................................................................... 1953-54

.............................................. 1991-94

...................................................................................... 1970-71

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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON men’s basketball

mike bewley

Since 2005 Mike Bewley has served as the Flyers’ sports nutritionist and strength & conditioning coach for men’s and women’s basketball. His duties include the design and implementation of athletic performance programs, supervising team and individual training sessions and testing strength/power/conditioning of athletes. In Bewley’s previous three seasons the Flyers have made significant gains in strength training, cardiovascular endurance, speed training, flexibility and agility improvement, and nutritional consultation.

BASKETBALL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH

Bewley also serves as the strength and conditioning coach to the Flyers men’s and women’s golf programs.

Nate Seymour

Nate Seymour began at the University of Dayton in August 1999 and has been Manager of Sports Medicine since April 2008. Prior to that Seymour served as the Associate Head Athletic Trainer. He has been the Men’s Basketball Trainer since the 2004-05 season. A former letterwinner in wrestling at Dayton, Seymour received his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology in 1994 and his Master of Arts degree in Sports Medicine from Western Michigan University in 1999.

MANAGER OF SPORTS MEDICINE

He has been a NATABOC certified Athletic trainer since 1997 and a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National

TEAM MANAGERS LEFT TO RIGHT

Julie Adams Jason Herberger Dan Reisenger Bob Dunn Scott Martin Lauren Ugan

(Junior) (Junior) (Senior) (Senior) (Junior) (Senior)

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Prior to Dayton, Bewley served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach for Georgia Southern University. Bewley developed and implemented conditioning programs for basketball, baseball, soccer, and volleyball, and assisted with Georgia Southern’s 11 other sporting programs. Bewley graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 1998 with a major in Physical Education. He then moved to the University of Nevada in Reno, Nevada, where he was a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach and the school’s sport nutritionist. He earned his Master’s in Education Leadership from Nevada in 2002. The native of Louisville, Ky. is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a USA Weightlifting Level I Olympic Club Coach and a Certified Sports Performance Nutritionist.

Strength and Conditioning Association since 2003. He maintains two state licensures in both Ohio and Pennsylvania. Seymour resides in Centerville with his wife Heidi, their two daughters Lauren and Layna, and son Lucas.


BETH FLACH

Beth Flach was added to the University of Dayton staff as an Athletic Academic Coordinator on July 19, 2006. Flach came to Dayton from Indiana State University where she served as the Assistant Athletics Academic Coordinator for five years. Flach serves as the Academic Coordinator for the Flyers men’s and women’s basketball teams while assisting with the academic needs of all UD studentathletes.

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Flach has been a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics since 2001 and was a committee chair for two years beginning in 2004. She has also active with Big Brothers/Big Sisters for the past five years.

STACY SCHRETZMAN

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

At Indiana State, Flach monitored the academic progress of over 300 student athletes from 15 athletic teams. She was also responsible for coordinating a mentoring program for freshmen, transfers and academically at-risk student-athletes as well as organizing all aspects of the school’s academic enrichment program. Prior to this role, Flach also served as an Academic Advising Intern where she taught a first year experience course and mentored student athletes from various athletic teams. Flach also spent time at Central Michigan University from 1999-2000 where she worked in the Athletic Academic Center and as a Graduate Student Administrative Assistant. Flach graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Capital University where she also played volleyball for three seasons. The Crusaders were Ohio Athletic Conference Champions during her junior season and she was a team captain as a senior.

Stacy Lea Schretzman is in her third year as the men’s basketball administrative assistant. She comes to Dayton with coaching and playing experience, along with close ties to the U.S. Army.

II All-American, while leading her squad to the Division II National Championship game. They also reached the Final Four in 1989. Schretzman was inducted into the Bentley College Hall of Fame in 1999.

She was a highly-coveted basketball recruit in high school after being named to the 1985 All-Ohio team. She was offered full scholarships to Xavier and Ball State, but chose to attend the United States Military Academy, West Point, where she lettered her freshman year.

Schretzman has spent the last seventeen years coaching high school and AAU basketball, while traveling around the world as an army spouse. She is married to the University of Dayton’s Army ROTC Commander, LTC Chuck Schretzman and they have three kids: Zack, Olivia, and Chloe.

After nearly two years at West Point, Schretzman attended Bentley College in Waltham, MA. In 1990, she was named the Northeast 10 Player of the Year and an American Women’s Sports Federation Division

Schretzman received her B.S. in Business Communications from Bentley in 1990, and is currently working toward her MBA. The Schretzman family resides in Springboro, Ohio.

Doug Hauschild Although Doug Hauschild was the head fast-pitch softball coach at the University of Dayton from 1981 to 1983 and still holds the school record for career winning percentage, Doug has made his mark by recording history instead of making it. As the Director of Media Relations for the UD Division of Athletics, he serves as primary sports contact for the football and men’s basketball programs, as well as coordinator for the UD Athletics Hall of Fame.

Director of Media Relations

He has worked on the CoSIDA Academic All-America Committee since June 1993, but has truly made his mark as a game day host. Hauschild has served as the Media Coordinator for 65 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament games at UD Arena since taking over as SID in 1982.

Hauschild was part of a tournament hosting team at Dayton that made NCAA men’s basketball history in March 2001 by hosting 10 postseason games in eight days at UD Arena, a feat never-before done in college basketball. Other venues have hosted NCAA and NIT in the same year, but no venue or school had ever done so simultaneously. UD was host to nine NCAA teams between the Opening, First and Second Rounds as well as three games of the National Invitational Tournament. Hauschild was honored at the 2009 CoSIDA Convention by being named that year’s Bob Kenworthy Award winner for his service in the community. More than 35 former student workers in the Dayton Sports Information Office have gone on to careers at the college and professional levels. Hauschild lives in Beavercreek with his wife Patty. They met while working in the UD athletic department as students. They have three children – Kimberly (24), Rob (21) and Michael (19). Michael is sophomore pitcher on the Flyer baseball team.

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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

2009-10 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM

Front Row, From Left: Strength & Conditioning Coach Mike Bewley, Kurt Huelsman, Dan Fox, Marcus Johnson, London Warren, Head Coach Brian Gregory, Rob Lowery, Mickey Perry, Luke Hendrick, Chris Wright, Athletic Trainer Nate Seymour Back Row, From Left: Director of Basketball Operations Matt Farrell, Assistant Coach Billy Schmidt, Josh Parker, Chris Johnson, Luke Fabrizius, Devin Searcy, Matt Kavanaugh, Josh Benson, Peter Zestermann, Paul Williams, Logan Nourse, Assistant Coach Cornell Mann, Assistant Coach Jon Borovich

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Mickey Perry London Warren Rob Lowery Chris Johnson Dan Fox Paul Williams Luke Fabrizius Luke Hendrick Logan Nourse Marcus Johnson Chris Wright Devin Searcy Matt Kavanaugh Peter Zestermann Kurt Huelsman Josh Benson Josh Parker

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Coaches Brian Gregory - Head Coach Billy Schmidt - Assistant Coach

Jon Borovich - Assistant Coach Cornell Mann - Assistant Coach

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

197 187 172 191 194 206 227 170 176 200 226 226 250 219 245 215 165

Hometown (High School)

Maywood, IL (Proviso East) Jacksonville, FL (Raines) Forestville, MD (McDonough) Columbus, OH (Brookhaven) Wolcottville, IN (Lakeland) Detroit, MI (Renaissance) Arlington Heights, IL (Hersey) Saginaw, MI (Nouvel Central Catholic) Spencerville, OH (Spencerville) Cleveland, OH (St. Vincent-St. Mary’s) Trotwood, OH (Trotwood-Madison) Romulus, MI (Romulus Senior) Centerville, OH (Centerville) Cincinnati, OH (St. Xavier) St. Henry, OH (St. Henry) Dayton, OH (Dunbar) Harvey, IL (Thornton)

Mike Bewley - Strength & Conditioning Coach Matt Farrell - Director of Basketball Operations

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

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NAME

Year

POS

Josh Benson Luke Fabrizius Dan Fox Luke Hendrick Kurt Huelsman Chris Johnson Marcus Johnson Matt Kavanaugh Rob Lowery Logan Nourse Josh Parker Mickey Perry Devin Searcy London Warren Paul Williams Chris Wright Peter Zestermann

RS FR SO SR SR SR SO SR FR SR JR RS SO RS SR JR SR SO JR JR

F/C F F F F/C F G F/C G G G G F/C G G F F/C

44 23 12 24 41 4 32 35 3 25 -- 0 34 1 22 33 40

HT

WEIGHT

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

215 227 194 170 245 191 200 250 172 176 165 197 226 187 206 226 219

Hometown (High School)

Dayton, OH (Dunbar) Arlington Heights, IL (Hersey) Wolcottville, IN (Lakeland) Saginaw, MI (Nouvel Central Catholic) St. Henry, OH (St. Henry) Columbus, OH (Brookhaven) Cleveland, OH (St. Vincent-St. Mary’s) Centerville, OH (Centerville) Forestville, MD (McDonough) Spencerville, OH (Spencerville) Harvey, IL (Thornton) Maywood, IL (Proviso East) Romulus, MI (Romulus Senior) Jacksonville, FL (Raines) Detroit, MI (Renaissance) Trotwood, OH (Trotwood-Madison) Cincinnati, OH (St. Xavier)


ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS

BY STATE

Senior No. 12 24 41 32 3 0 1

Name Dan Fox Luke Hendrick Kurt Huelsman Marcus Johnson Rob Lowery Mickey Perry London Warren

Ht. 6-4 6-4 6-10 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-0

Wt. 194 170 245 200 172 197 187

Pos. F F F/C G G G G

Yr. SR SR SR SR SR RS SR SR

Ht. 6-1 6-10 6-8 6-8

Wt. 176 226 226 219

Pos. G F/C F F/C

Yr. JR JR JR JR

Ht. 6-9 6-6 6-4 6-0

Wt. 227 191 206 165

Pos. F F G G

Yr. SO SO SO RS SO

Ht. 6-9 6-9

Wt. 215 250

Pos. F/C F/C

Yr. RS FR FR

Juniors No. 25 34 33 40

Name Logan Nourse Devin Searcy Chris Wright Peter Zestermann

Sophomores No. 23 4 22 - -

Name Luke Fabrizius Chris Johnson Paul Williams Josh Parker

Freshman No. 44 35

Name Josh Benson Matt Kavanaugh

BY height

6-10 No. 41 34

Name Kurt Huelsman Devin Searcy

6-9 No. 23 44 35

Ohio No. 44 41 4 32 33 25 35 40

Name Josh Benson Kurt Huelsman Chris Johnson Marcus Johnson Chris Wright Logan Nourse Matt Kavanaugh Peter Zestermann

Hometown/High School Dayton, OH/Dunbar St. Henry, OH/St. Henry Columbus, OH/Brookhaven Cleveland, OH/St. Vincent-St. Mary’s Trotwood, OH /Trotwood-Madison Spencerville, OH/Spencerville Centerville, OH/Centerville Cincinnati, OH/St. Xavier

Name Luke Hendrick Devin Searcy Paul Williams

Hometown/High School Saginaw, MI/Nouvel Central Catholic Romulus, MI/Romulus Senior Detroit, MI/Renaissance

Michigan No. 24 34 22

Indiana No. 12

Name Dan Fox

Hometown/High School Wolcottville, IN/Lakeland

Florida No. 1

Name London Warren

Hometown/High School Jacksonville, FL/Raines

Illinois No. 23 0 - -

Name Luke Fabrizius Mickey Perry Josh Parker

Hometown/High School Arlington Heights, IL/Hersey Maywood, IL/Proviso East HS Harvey, IL/Thornton

Maryland

Ht. 6-10 6-10

Wt. 245 226

Pos. F/C F/C

Yr. SR JR

Name Luke Fabrizius Josh Benson Matt Kavanaugh

Ht. 6-9 6-9 6-9

Wt. 227 215 250

Pos. F F/C F/C

Yr. SO RS FR FR

6-8 No. 33 40

Name Chris Wright Peter Zestermann

Ht. 6-8 6-8

Wt. 226 219

Pos. F F/C

Yr. JR JR

6-6 No. 4

Name Chris Johnson

Ht. 6-6

Wt. 191

Pos. F

Yr. SO

6-5 No. 12 24 22

Name Dan Fox Luke Hendrick Paul Williams

Ht. 6-4 6-4 6-4

Wt. 194 170 206

Pos. F F G

Yr. SR SR SO

6-4 No. 32 3

Name Marcus Johnson Rob Lowery

Ht. 6-3 6-3

Wt. 200 172

Pos. G G

Yr. SR SR

6-2 No. 0

Name Mickey Perry

Ht. 6-2

Wt. 197

Pos. G

Yr. RS SR

6-1 No. 25

Name Logan Nourse

Ht. 6-1

Wt. 176

Pos. G

Yr. JR

6-0 No. 1 - -

Name London Warren Josh Parker

Ht. 6-0 6-0

Wt. 187 165

Pos. G G

Yr. SR RS SO

No. 3

Name Rob Lowery

Hometown/High School Forestville, MD/McDonough FLYER PHONETICS

Kurt Huelsman Luke Fabrizius Logan Nourse

Hills-MUN Fah-BREEZ-ee-us Nurse

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Keeping You in the Game Treating athletes of all ages. Programs and services include; board-certified sports medicine physicians, board-certified sports physical therapists, athletic training, Sports Advantage program, and Golf Advantage program. The center is conveniently located in the South Point Medical Building on Centerville Business Parkway in Centerville. Call Miami Valley Hospital Sports Medicine Center at (937) 208-2111 to make an appointment.


2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

2009-10 RADIO/TV ROSTER

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0 mickey perry

1 London Warren

3 ROB LOWERY

4 CHRIS JOHNSON

12 DAN FOX

RS SENIOR • G • 6-2 • 197 maywood, il proviso east

SENIOR • G • 6-0 • 187 Jacksonville, fl raines

SENIOR • G • 6-3 • 175 FORESTVILLE, MD McDonough

SOPHOMORE • G • 6-6 • 191 columbus, oh brookhaven

SENIOR • F • 6-4 • 194 WOLCOTTVILLE, IN LAKELAND

22 PAUL WILLIAMS

23 LUKE FABRIZIUS

24 LUKE HENDRICK

25 LOGAN NOURSE

32 MARCUS JOHNSON

SOPHOMORE • G • 6-4 • 206 detroit, mi renaissance

SOPHOMORE • F • 6-9 • 227 arlington heights, il hersey

SENIOR • F • 6-4 • 170 SAGINAW, MI Nouvel Central Catholic

Junior • G • 6-1 • 176 Spencerville, OH spencerville

SENIOR • G • 6-3 • 196 CLEVELAND, OH ST. VINCENT-ST. MARY’S

33 CHRIS WRIGHT

34 DEVIN SEARCY

35 MATT KAVANAUGH

40 PETER ZESTERMANN

41 KURT HUELSMAN

JUNIOR • F • 6-8 • 226 trotwood, oh trotwood-madison

JUNIOR • F/C • 6-10 • 226 ROMULUS, MI ROMULUS SENIOR

Freshman • F/C • 6-9 • 250 Centerville, OH centerville

JUNIOR • F/C • 6-8 • 219 CINCINNATI, OH St. XAVIER

SENIOR • F/C • 6-10 • 245 ST. HENRY, OH ST. HENRY

44 JOSH BENSON

TR JOSH PARKER

RS Freshman • F/C • 6-10 • 215 dayton, oh dunbar

RS Sophomore • G • 6-0 • 165 HARVEY, IL Thornton

HEAD COACH BRIAN GREGORY

ASSISTANT COACH BILLY SCHMIDT

ASSISTANT COACH CORNELL MANN

ASSISTANT COACH JON BOROVICH

DIR. BASKETBALL OPS. MATT FARRELL

Seventh Season at UD 125-68 • Oakland ‘90

Seventh Season at UD Wake Forest ‘92

Second Season at UD Akron ‘95

Third Season at UD Central Michigan ‘01

Fourth Season at UD Dayton ‘06


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Highly-skilled guard‌ Excellent shooting range‌ Has greatly improved his ability to make plays for his teammates.

53


54


One of the best perimeter defenders in the country‌ Has made tremendous strides as a ballhandler and decision-maker‌Makes plays for his teammates on both ends of the floor.

55


56


Emotional spark plug‌ His energy and enthusiasm make the guys around him better players...Loves to make big plays in big time moments.

57


58


As tough as anyone out there‌ Senior who has earned the respect of his teammates through his hard work and dedication.

59


60


Athletic Perimeter Player with an extremely high basketball IQ...Knows the Dayton Flyer system inside and out.

61


62


One of the best finishers in the country on the break.. Has worked very hard to take his game to another level‌ Slasher who has become a very efficient perimeter scorer.

63


64


Rock solid on both ends..One of the best post defenders in the country...Prides himself on doing the little things extremely well.

65


66


Electrifying in transition... Energy and effort allow him to make plays to win games on both ends of the floor.

67


68


Long and athletic Forward‌ Runs the floor extremely well‌Energetic and active on both ends of the floor.

69


70


Long and athletic lefty wing‌Excels in transition and on the offensive glass‌ His perimeter skills have greatly improved and his long distance shooting remains very dangerous.

71


72


Versatile guard‌Very high skill level makes him hard to guard on the offensive end‌.Has the ability to guard multiple positions on the defensive end due to his quickness and toughness.

73


74


Long-distance specialist who has greatly improved his ability to score off the dribble and in the post.

75


76


Tough and gritty guard who has very good range on his jump shot‌Excellent change of pace off the dribble makes him hard to defend.

77


Long, athletic and a highlyskilled post player‌Has the ability to make plays both inside and out.

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79


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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

2008-2009 REVIEW Game-By-Game Summary ALL GAMES: 27-8 (Home: 18-0, Away: 5-6; Neutral: 4-2) CONFERENCE: 11-5 (Home: 8-0, Away: 3-5; Neutral: 0-0) NON-CONFERENCE: 16-3 (Home: 10-0, Away: 2-1; Neutral: 4-2) DATE

TIME

OPPONENT

SCORE

ATTEND

HIGH POINTS

11/16/08

7:00 pm ET

WOFFORD

52-49

12254

(17)WRIGHT, Chris

W

(5)LITTLE, Charles

(17)JOHNSON, Marcus

11/19/08

(18)WRIGHT, Chris

7:30 pm ET

DELAWARE STATE

W

62-42

11906

(5)HUELSMAN, Kurt (7)HUELSMAN, Kurt

(7)WRIGHT, Chris

11/23/08

2:00 pm ET

+ BETHUNE-COOKMAN

W

78-38

12687

(16)JOHNSON, Marcus

(7)HUELSMAN, Kurt

11/25/08

7:30 pm ET

+ MERCER

W

71-53

12074

(16)WRIGHT, Chris

(11)WRIGHT, Chris

11/27/08

5:00 pm ET

+ vs Auburn

Wot

60-59

3087

(16)JOHNSON, Marcus

(14)WRIGHT, Chris

11/29/08

7:00 pm ET

vs Marquette

W

89-75

4780

(21)LOWERY, Rob

(13)WRIGHT, Chris

12/2/08

7:30 pm ET

TROY

W

87-70

11853

(17)LITTLE, Charles

(10)LITTLE, Charles

12/6/08

7:06 pm ET

at Akron

W

54-50

4059

(18)WRIGHT, Chris

(5)SEARCY, Devin

12/10/08

8:07 pm ET

at Creighton

59-77

L

15418

(15)LOWERY, Rob

(8)WRIGHT, Chris

12/13/08

8:00 pm

COPPIN STATE

W

73-56

12777

(20)JOHNSON, Chris

(12)JOHNSON, Chris

12/20/08

8:00 pm ET

UNC GREENSBORO

W

75-44

12706

(15)LITTLE, Charles

(8)JOHNSON, Chris

12/23/08

8:00 pm ET

MARSHALL

W

62-50

13021

(16)WRIGHT, Chris

(10)WRIGHT, Chris

12/30/08

7:00 pm ET

GEORGE MASON

W

66-62

13107

(13)JOHNSON, Marcus

(13)LOWERY, Rob

1/2/09

(21)JOHNSON, Marcus

7:00 pm ET

at Toledo

W

77-63

6921

(9)JOHNSON, Chris

(7)JOHNSON, Chris

(7)HUELSMAN, Kurt

1/6/09

7:00 pm ET

MIAMI

45-40

12637

(14)WRIGHT, Chris

(7)JOHNSON, Chris

1/10/09

1:00 pm ET

* at Massachusetts

62-75

5485

(13)WRIGHT, Chris

(9)WRIGHT, Chris

1/14/09

7:30 pm ET

* FORDHAM

W

72-71

11993

(13)LOWERY, Rob

(8)JOHNSON, Chris

1/17/09

7:00 pm ET

* at Duquesne

W

78-69

4051

(16)LOWERY, Rob

(9)JOHNSON, Chris

1/22/09

7:30 pm ET

* at George Washington

W

63-61

2517

(17)JOHNSON, Marcus

(8)LOWERY, Rob

1/25/09

2:00 pm ET

* ST. BONAVENTURE

W

80-68

13408

(19)WRIGHT, Chris

(9)WRIGHT, Chris

1/29/09

8:00 pm ET

* SAINT LOUIS

W

47-46

12436

(16)WRIGHT, Chris

(7)WRIGHT, Chris

2/1/09

12 Noon ET

*SAINT JOSEPH’S

W

69-58

13169

(14)WRIGHT, Chris

(8)JOHNSON, Chris

2/4/09

7:00 pm ET

* at La Salle

W

63-61

2114

(16)JOHNSON, Marcus

(8)WRIGHT, Chris

2/8/09

1:00 pm ET

* at Charlotte

66-79

5939

(13)JOHNSON, Chris

(7)JOHNSON, Chris

2/11/09

7:00 p.m. ET

* XAVIER

71-58

13435

(19)WRIGHT, Chris

(6)WRIGHT, Chris

W

W

L

L

(6)JOHNSON, Chris

2/14/09

7:00 pm ET

*RICHMOND

2/21/09

8:00 pm ET

*at Saint Louis

W

69-63

13435

(17)WRIGHT, Chris

(10)WRIGHT, Chris

49-57

10603

(11)WRIGHT, Chris

(7)WRIGHT, Chris

L

(7)HUELSMAN, Kurt

2/25/09

7:00 pm ET

*at Rhode Island

91-93

2/28/09

4:00 p.m. ET

* TEMPLE

3/5/09

9:00 pm ET

* at Xavier

3/7/09

8:00 pm ET

* DUQUESNE

3/12/09

9:00 pm ET

@ vs Richmond

3/13/09

9:00 pm ET

@ vs Duquesne

7218

(21)JOHNSON, Marcus

(8)JOHNSON, Marcus

70-65

13435

(20)WRIGHT, Chris

(9)WARREN, London

59-76

L

10250

(19)JOHNSON, Marcus

(7)JOHNSON, Chris

W

74-61

13435

(17)FABRIZIUS, Luke

(7)LITTLE, Charles

W

69-64

4333

(15)JOHNSON, Marcus

(9)JOHNSON, Chris

66-77

6160

(15)PERRY, Mickey

(6)WRIGHT, Chris

W

Lot

L

(6)LITTLE, Charles

3/20/09

2:02 pm ET

$ vs West Virginia

3/22/09

2:30 pm ET

$ vs Kansas

W

68-60

15794

(27)WRIGHT, Chris

(10)WRIGHT, Chris

43-60

14279

(10)PERRY, Mickey

(9)WRIGHT, Chris

L

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

82

HIGH REBOUNDS

GAMES 18 11 6 35

TOTALS 229768 74575 48433 352776

AVG/GAME 12765 6780 8072 10079

(10)WRIGHT, Chris

(9)LITTLE, Charles

* = Atlantic 10 Conference + = Chicago Invitational Challenge @ = Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Championships $ = NCAA First & Second Rounds


2008-2009 REVIEW Individual Statistics - All Games ALL GAMES: 27-8 (Home: 18-0, Away: 5-6; Neutral: 4-2) CONFERENCE: 11-5 (Home: 8-0, Away: 3-5; Neutral: 0-0) NON-CONFERENCE: 16-3 (Home: 10-0, Away: 2-1; Neutral: 4-2) TOTAL No. Player

3 PTS Pct

3FG-FGA

REBOUNDS

GP-GS

Min

Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

Off

Def

Tot

Avg

33 WRIGHT, Chris

35-34

915

26.1

166-347

.478

11-44

32 JOHNSON, Marcus

35-34

992

28.3

151-335

.451

45-125

15 LITTLE, Charles

34-33

819

24.1

108-217

.498

03 LOWERY, Rob

25-2

456

18.2

61-175

.349

04 JOHNSON, Chris

34-3

551

16.2

64-151

.424

00 PERRY, Mickey

35-1

506

14.5

59-155

.381

23 FABRIZIUS, Luke

31-0

276

8.9

45-122

01 WARREN, London

35-33

754

21.5

50-137

41 HUELSMAN, Kurt

35-35

765

21.9

45-117

.385

0-0

.000

35-60

.583

34 SEARCY, Devin

32-0

377

11.8

34-69

.493

0-0

.000

20-33

.606

22 WILLIAMS, Paul

32-0

368

11.5

26-79

.329

10-38

.263

8-13

.615

11 THOMAS, Stephen

29-0

254

8.8

21-66

.318

5-20

.250

10-14

.714

30 FOX, Dan

4-0

6

1.5

1-1

1.000

0-0

.000

0-0

24 HENDRICK, Luke

4-0

6

1.5

0-1

.000

0-0

.000

2-2

53 McELDOWNEY, Brad

3-0

5

1.7

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl

Pts

Avg

.250

121-179

.676

94

138

232

6.6

103

4

33

84

44

30

464

13.3

.360

66-104

.635

26

84

110

3.1

74

1

54

49

16

30

413

11.8

0-1

.000

64-103

.621

57

82

139

4.1

68

1

33

53

9

14

280

8.2

29-86

.337

36-60

.600

19

48

67

2.7

37

0

84

50

1

19

187

7.5

24-70

.343

61-79

.772

72

105

177

5.2

34

0

19

26

5

17

213

6.3

27-88

.307

16-28

.571

9

36

45

1.3

53

0

27

23

4

21

161

4.6

.369

39-104

.375

3-5

.600

7

26

33

1.1

22

0

10

9

6

3

132

4.3

.365

0-3

.000

45-73

.616

27

70

97

2.8

96

1

154

66

6

57

145

4.1

57

85

142

4.1

75

3

23

45

22

9

125

3.6

33

43

76

2.4

42

0

13

21

10

7

88

2.8

19

40

59

1.8

44

0

10

16

0

7

70

2.2

10

28

38

1.3

22

0

24

23

1

12

57

2.0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

1

0

0

0

0

0

2

0.5

1.000

0

1

1

0.3

0

0

1

0

0

1

2

0.5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

10

0

0

0

0

0.0

1

TEAM................

54

58

112

3.2

0

Total..........

35

7050

831-1972

.421

190-579

.328

487-753 .647

484

844 1328 37.9

672 10 485 475 124 227

2339 66.8

Opponents......

35

7050

730-1840

.397

217-696

.312

473-679 .697

364

802 1166 33.3

638

2150 61.4

OFF 115 91

DEF 16 7

Total 131 98

SCORE BY PERIODS: Dayton Flyers Opponents

1st 1134 1029

2nd 1179 1094

OT 26 27

Total 2339 2150

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Dayton Flyers Opponents

-

409 515 136 171

Individual Statistics - CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES: 11-5 (Home: 8-0, Away: 3-5; Neutral: 0-0) CONFERENCE: 11-5 (Home: 8-0, Away: 3-5; Neutral: 0-0) NON-CONFERENCE: 0-0 (Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0; Neutral: 0-0) TOTAL No. Player

REBOUNDS Def

Tot

Avg

PF DG Ast TO Blk Stl

Pts

Avg

33

WRIGHT, Chris

16-15

421

26.3

80-168

.476

5-19

.263

58-84

.690

45

58

103

6.4

49

3

14

42

22

14

223

13.9

32

JOHNSON, Marcus

16-15

438

27.4

76-162

.469

20-51

.392

27-46

.587

14

40

54

3.4

40

1

28

19

5

19

199

12.4

03

LOWERY, Rob

10-1

203

20.3

27-75

.360

15-35

.429

13-24

.542

12

22

34

3.4

16

0

40

24

0

4

82

8.2

15

LITTLE, Charles

16-16

396

24.8

46-97

.474

0-1

.000

37-60

.617

19

36

55

3.4

32

0

16

26

7

5

129

8.1

04

JOHNSON, Chris

15-1

259

17.3

27-47

.574

11-20

.550

31-38

.816

29

46

75

5.0

15

0

9

12

2

7

96

6.4

00

PERRY, Mickey

16-1

237

14.8

26-65

.400

13-37

.351

9-13

.692

3

14

17

1.1

24

0

11

11

1

6

74

4.6

01

WARREN, London

16-15

339

21.2

24-67

.358

0-3

.000

19-33

.576

9

34

43

2.7

45

0

71

29

0

24

67

4.2

23

FABRIZIUS, Luke

13-0

104

8.0

17-43

.395

15-38

.395

1-3

.333

4

4

8

0.6

7

0

3

4

2

1

50

3.8

41

HUELSMAN, Kurt

16-16

333

20.8

21-47

.447

0-0

.000

14-26

.538

22

34

56

3.5

39

2

15

23

6

4

56

3.5

34

SEARCY, Devin

14-0

175

12.5

15-33

.455

0-0

.000

12-22

.545

11

17

28

2.0

16

0

4

6

2

4

42

3.0

22

WILLIAMS, Paul

14-0

189

13.5

16-31

.516

5-9

.556

3-7

.429

11

19

30

2.1

24

0

5

7

0

2

40

2.9

11

THOMAS, Stephen

13-0

131

10.1

10-34

.294

3-12

.250

2-5

.400

4

14

18

1.4

12

0

14

13

0

3

25

1.9

Min

Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

3FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

Off

2.3

TEAM................

18

19

37

Total..........

201

357

558 34.9

319 6 230 222 47 93

1083 67.7

Opponents......

168

360

528 33.0

294 - 220 220 74 77

1061 66.3

DEF 8 4

Total 62 40

SCORE BY PERIODS: Dayton Flyers Opponents

3 PTS

GP-GS

1st 548 520

16

3225

385-869

.443

87-225

.387

226-361 .626

16

3225

367-851

.431

104-308

.338

223-308 .724

2nd 522 526

OT 13 15

Total 1083 1061

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Dayton Flyers Opponents

OFF 54 36

0

6

0

83


2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

2008-2009 REVIEW Game-by-Game Team Statistics - Dayton TOTAL

84

Opponent

Date

Score W/L

WOFFORD

11/16/08 52-49

DELAWARE STATE BETHUNE-COOKMAN

3-PTRS 3FG-FGA

REBOUNDS

FG-FGA

Pct

Pct

W

19-46

.413

6-17

.353

11/19/08 62-42

W

23-63

.365

7-19

11/23/08 78-38

W

27-53

.509

8-14

MERCER

11/25/08 71-53

W

26-61

.426

vs Auburn

11/27/08 60-59

Wot

20-72

vs Marquette

11/29/08 89-75

W

TROY

12/2/08

87-70

at Akron

12/6/08

FT-FTA Pct Off Def

Tot Avg

PF

A

TO Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg

8-14

.571

5

20

25

25.0

12

12

16

4

6

52

52.0

.368

9-12

.750 22

19

41

33.0

13

14

14

1

15

62

57.0

.571

16-21 .762 13

26

39

35.0

12

17

14

5

8

78

64.0

9-26

.346

10-13 .769 20

28

48

38.2

23

13

15

7

4

71

65.8

.278

0-24

.000

20-31 .645 22

38

60

42.6

20

11

15

4

8

60

64.6

30-57

.526

4-11

.364

25-39 .641 11

31

42

42.5

30

11

11

5

6

89

68.7

W

33-61

.541

10-26

.385

11-19 .579 15

28

43

42.6

14

21

17

3

3

87

71.3

54-50

W

17-50

.340

1-16

.063

19-23 .826 11

26

37

41.9

20

5

15

4

11

54

69.1

at Creighton

12/10/08 59-77

L

20-56

.357

7-20

.350

12-20 .600 11

20

31

40.7

23

14

14

3

7

59

68.0

COPPIN STATE

12/13/08 73-56

W

26-61

.426

7-24

.292

14-18 .778 17

27

44

41.0

20

18

14

6

4

73

68.5

UNC GREENSBORO

12/20/08 75-44

W

28-64

.438

5-24

.208

14-17 .824 19

22

41

41.0

15

18

11

2

9

75

69.1

MARSHALL

12/23/08 62-50

W

16-51

.314

1-10

.100

29-38 .763 13

29

42

41.1

18

6

7

7

4

62

68.5

GEORGE MASON

12/30/08 66-62

W

24-56

.429

6-15

.400

12-23 .522 18

24

42

41.2

17

14

15

7

7

66

68.3

at Toledo

1/2/09

77-63

W

30-59

.508

9-21

.429

8-15

.533 11

24

35

40.7

17

18

12

2

8

77

68.9

MIAMI

1/6/09

45-40

W

17-53

.321

3-16

.188

8-10

.800 14

24

38

40.5

10

10

14

2

4

45

67.3

at Massachusetts

1/10/09

62-75

L

24-60

.400

8-18

.444

6-8

.750

9

17

26

39.6

27

15

12

2

10

62

67.0

FORDHAM

1/14/09

72-71

W

22-54

.407

6-21

.286

22-36 .611 14

30

44

39.9

19

14

14

3

4

72

67.3

at Duquesne

1/17/09

78-69

W

29-50

.580

7-13

.538

13-20 .650 12

24

36

39.7

18

12

24

4

8

78

67.9

at George Washington

1/22/09

63-61

W

25-53

.472

6-19

.316

7-15

.467 13

18

31

39.2

16

18

14

2

2

63

67.6

ST. BONAVENTURE

1/25/09

80-68

W

25-58

.431

5-17

.294

25-31 .806 10

23

33

38.9

21

20

11

4

9

80

68.2

SAINT LOUIS

1/29/09

47-46

W

18-55

.327

0-11

.000

11-15 .733 15

19

34

38.7

14

9

9

3

5

47

67.2

SAINT JOSEPH’S

2/1/09

69-58

W

24-52

.462

7-11

.636

14-19 .737

9

26

35

38.5

19

21

17

2

5

69

67.3

at La Salle

2/4/09

63-61

W

21-51

.412

5-9

.556

16-20 .800 15

21

36

38.4

19

12

19

1

7

63

67.1

at Charlotte

2/8/09

66-79

L

25-50

.500

7-13

.538

9-20

16

28

38.0

25

14

17

3

5

66

67.1

XAVIER

2/11/09

71-58

W

26-52

.500

6-14

.429

13-21 .619

9

20

29

37.6

20

15

10

9

6

71

67.2

RICHMOND

2/14/09

69-63

W

22-48

.458

4-14

.286

21-39 .538 13

22

35

37.5

21

13

11

4

6

69

67.3

at Saint Louis

2/21/09

49-57

L

17-55

.309

2-10

.200

13-24 .542 22

22

44

37.7

25

3

13

1

3

49

66.6

at Rhode Island

2/25/09

91-93

Lot

32-58

.552

6-10

.600

21-35 .600

8

27

35

37.6

23

12

13

1

8

91

67.5

TEMPLE

2/28/09

70-65

W

24-52

.462

6-13

.462

16-22 .727 14

22

36

37.6

14

21

9

2

4

70

67.6

at Xavier

3/5/09

59-76

L

24-67

.358

3-11

.273

8-13

.615 15

20

35

37.5

21

11

15

5

7

59

67.3

DUQUESNE

3/7/09

74-61

W

27-54

.500

9-21

.429

11-23 .478 11

30

41

37.6

17

20

14

1

4

74

67.5

vs Richmond

3/12/09

69-64

W

23-52

.442

5-17

.294

18-37 .486 15

32

47

37.9

22

13

13

5

7

69

67.6

vs Duquesne

3/13/09

66-77

L

26-62

.419

7-25

.280

7-11

.636 16

24

40

38.0

22

19

16

2

5

66

67.5

vs West Virginia

3/20/09

68-60

W

25-54

.463

4-10

.400

14-23 .609 13

19

32

37.8

22

14

9

2

5

68

67.5

vs Kansas

3/22/09

43-60

L

16-72

.222

4-19

.211

26

43

37.9

23

7

11

6

13

43

66.8

7-8

.450 12

.875 17

Dayton

2339

831-1972

.421

190-579

.328 487-753 .647 484 844 1328 37.9 672 485 475 124 227 2339

66.8

Opponents

2150

730-1840

.397

217-696

.312 473-679 .697 364 802 1166 33.3 638 409 515 136 171 2150

61.4

Games played . ................. 35

Rebounds/game.................... 37.9

Points/game....................... 66.8

Assists/game.......................... 13.9

FG Pct.................................... 42.1

Turnovers/game.................... 13.6

3FG Pct................................. 32.8

Assist/turnover ratio............. 1.0

FT Pct..................................... 64.7

Steals/game........................... 6.5 Blocks/game.......................... 3.5


2008-2009 REVIEW Game-by-Game Team Statistics - OPPONENTS 3-PTRS

TOTAL Opponent

Date

Score W/L

FG-FGA

REBOUNDS

Pct 3FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

Off Def Tot

Avg

PF

WOFFORD

11/16/08

52-49

W

18-46

.391

9-23

.391

4-10

.400

11

24

35

35.0

16

A TO Blk Stl 9

23 0

11

49

Pts Avg 49.0

DELAWARE STATE

11/19/08

62-42

W

15-41

.366

5-13

.385

7-9

.778

8

20

28

31.5

9

8

25 7

4

42

45.5

BETHUNE-COOKMAN

11/23/08

78-38

W

12-50

.240

6-21

.286

8-13

.615

12

16

28

30.3

19

9

21 3

2

38

43.0

MERCER

11/25/08

71-53

W

16-53

.302

3-18

.167

18-26

.692

14

17

31

30.5

15

9

11 5

4

53

45.5

vs Auburn

11/27/08

60-59

Wot

20-58

.345

7-31

.226

12-26

.462

9

34

43

33.0

26

13

20 5

7

59

48.2

vs Marquette

11/29/08

89-75

W

24-61

.393

4-20

.200

23-36

.639

14

25

39

34.0

28

13

14 0

4

75

52.7

TROY

12/2/08

87-70

W

25-64

.391

8-29

.276

12-18

.667

13

16

29

33.3

16

10

12 3

8

70

55.1

at Akron

12/6/08

54-50

W

14-56

.250

6-21

.286

16-18

.889

15

21

36

33.6

18

5

16 0

7

50

54.5

at Creighton

12/10/08

59-77

L

23-52

.442

13-25

.520

18-26

.692

14

28

42

34.6

17

17

17 3

4

77

57.0

COPPIN STATE

12/13/08

73-56

W

15-52

.288

3-19

.158

23-26

.885

11

22

33

34.4

19

4

11 0

6

56

56.9

UNC GREENSBORO

12/20/08

75-44

W

13-45

.289

6-19

.316

12-18

.667

11

18

29

33.9

17

8

21 2

2

44

55.7

MARSHALL

12/23/08

62-50

W

15-48

.313

6-18

.333

14-19

.737

6

26

32

33.8

25

12

15 2

3

50

55.2

GEORGE MASON

12/30/08

66-62

W

23-54

.426

7-22

.318

9-15

.600

8

21

29

33.4

18

10

12 5

4

62

55.8

at Toledo

1/2/09

77-63

W

26-56

.464

6-6

.375

5-10

.500

8

24

32

33.3

19

10

18 3

7

63

56.3

MIAMI

1/6/09

45-40

W

17-48

.354

2-13

.154

4-6

.667

7

23

30

33.1

12

11

13 3

1

40

55.2

at Massachusetts

1/10/09

62-75

L

23-44

.523

7-15

.467

22-27

.815

6

27

33

33.1

10

15

15 9

5

75

56.4

FORDHAM

1/14/09

72-71

W

25-57

.439

11-25

.440

10-17

.588

8

25

33

33.1

25

18

13 3

2

71

57.3

at Duquesne

1/17/09

78-69

W

26-61

.426

8-24

.333

9-15

.600

15

15

30

32.9

20

19

17 5

10

69

57.9

at George Washington

1/22/09

63-61

W

24-57

.421

3-19

.158

10-15

.667

14

20

34

32.9

10

11

10 2

4

61

58.1

ST. BONAVENTURE

1/25/09

80-68

W

21-47

.447

8-19

.421

18-26

.692

7

26

33

33.0

25

14

19 3

3

68

58.6

SAINT LOUIS

1/29/09

47-46

W

15-41

.366

7-16

.438

9-11

.818

8

24

32

32.9

13

11

19 2

2

46

58.0

SAINT JOSEPH’S

2/1/09

69-58

W

18-52

.346

4-15

.267

18-18

1.000

7

22

29

32.7

16

11

15 2

4

58

58.0

at La Salle

2/4/09

63-61

W

21-49

.429

4-16

.250

15-20

.750

9

19

28

32.5

15

8

14 4

7

61

58.1

at Charlotte

2/8/09

66-79

L

27-56

.482

6-18

.333

19-24

.792

14

22

36

32.7

16

17

9

7

6

79

59.0

XAVIER

2/11/09

71-58

W

23-55

.418

3-14

.214

9-17

.529

16

21

37

32.8

19

13

15 2

3

58

59.0

RICHMOND

2/14/09

69-63

W

20-50

.400

6-20

.300

17-21

.810

10

21

31

32.8

28

11

11 4

1

63

59.1

at Saint Louis

2/21/09

49-57

L

19-45

.422

3-16

.188

16-24

.667

9

22

31

32.7

18

14

10 8

1

57

59.0

at Rhode Island

2/25/09

91-93

Lot

31-60

.517

10-17

.588

21-29

.724

6

25

31

32.6

24

15

15 4

8

93

60.2

TEMPLE

2/28/09

70-65

W

25-55

.455

10-26

.385

5-9

.556

12

17

29

32.5

18

16

11 3

3

65

60.4

at Xavier

3/5/09

59-76

L

27-65

.415

9-23

.391

13-17

.765

17

32

49

33.1

19

15

16 12

9

76

60.9

DUQUESNE

3/7/09

74-61

W

22-57

.386

5-25

.200

12-18

.667

10

22

32

33.0

18

12

11 4

9

61

60.9

vs Richmond

3/12/09

69-64

W

20-54

.370

4-18

.222

20-26

.769

6

23

29

32.9

24

9

8

1

7

64

61.0

vs Duquesne

3/13/09

66-77

L

26-49

.531

10-26

.385

15-22

.682

3

23

26

32.7

14

13

10 4

6

77

61.5

vs West Virginia

3/20/09

68-60

W

18-49

.367

5-20

.250

19-25

.760

15

22

37

32.8

21

10

11 4

2

60

61.5

vs Kansas

3/22/09

43-60

L

23-53

.434

3-16

.188

11-22

.500

11

39

50

33.3

11

9

17 12

5

60

61.4

Opponents

2150

730-1840

.397

217-696

.312

473-679

.697

364

802 1166

33.3

638

409 515 136 171 2150 61.4

Dayton

2339

831-1972

.421

190-579

.328

487-753

.647

484

844 1328

37.9

672

485 475 124 227 2339 66.8

Games played . ................. 35

Rebounds/game.................... 33.3

Points/game....................... 61.4

Assists/game.......................... 11.7

FG Pct.................................... 39.7

Turnovers/game.................... 14.7

3FG Pct................................. 31.2

Assist/turnover ratio............. 0.8

FT Pct..................................... 69.7

Steals/game........................... 4.9 Blocks/game.......................... 3.9

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2009-2010 2009-2010UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYOF OFDAYTON DAYTONMEN’S MEN’SBASKETBALL BASKETBALL Game #2 continued

2008-2009 REVIEW Game #1

DAYTON 52 WOFFORD 49 NOVEMBER 16, 2008 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO UD held the Terriers to 39 percent shooting. Salters led Wofford with 15 points. The Flyers were boosted by 17 points from sophomore Chris Wright and junior Marcus Johnson. Combined, Wright and Johnson shot 14-of-23 from the field The Terriers led early by as many as eight points. Dayton’s largest lead of the night was just five points. The Flyers washed away Wofford’s early 19-11 lead by ending the half on a 16-7 run. With 3:00 remaining in the half, Johnson scored on a lay-up to make the score 25-24, giving Dayton its first lead since 3-0. Following a basket by the Terriers, Wright ended the half by connecting on a jumper giving Dayton a 27-26 lead at the break. The teams traded baskets for most of the second half. Wofford stayed close, but the momentum began to swing in the Flyers’ favor with 9:57 remaining. Senior Charles Little rejected a Terrier shot attempt, leading to a Rob Lowery alley-oop pass to Wright who finished with a high-flying dunk. Wofford remained calm in front of the Arena’s 12,254 fans, and turned to its leader, Salters. His three-pointer with six minutes left gave the Terriers a 44-42 lead, but it was quickly erased by a 6-0 Dayton run. The stretch climaxed when Johnson intercepted a pass and went coast-to-coast, finishing with a one-handed slam. With 15 seconds remaining, Lowery converted on a pair of free throws to extend Dayton’s lead to 52-47, an advantage too large for Wofford to overcome. Wofford FG 21 CROWELLf 0-0 41 JOHNSON f 5-9 03 SALTERS g 5-13 22 DAWSON g 2-6 33 GODZINSKI g 2-7 10 GILTNER, Kevin 0-2 12 ESTEP,Matt 0-1 35 LOESING, Brad 1-2 42 DAHLMAN,Noah 3-6 50 MARTIN,Terry 0-0 Totals 18-46

3FG FT Reb 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 1-2 13 5-12 0-0 1 2-4 0-2 1 2-3 1-2 3 0-2 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 5 0-0 2-4 4 0-0 0-0 1 9-23 4-10 35

F Pts 1 0 1 11 2 15 4 6 1 7 0 0 1 0 2 2 3 8 1 0 16 49

A T 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 3 1 1 2 2 0 2 3 4 0 3 1 1 9 23

Dayton FG 15 Little f 1-5 33 Wright f 7-12 41 Huelsman f 1-2 01 Warren g 1-2 32 Johnson, M g 7-11 00 Perry 1-5 03 Lowery 1-6 04 Johnson, C 0-2 11 Thomas 0-0 22 Williams 0-1 23 Fabrizius 0-0 34 Searcy 0-0 Totals 19-46

3FG FT Reb 0-0 0-0 5 2-3 1-2 4 0-0 3-4 5 0-0 1-4 2 3-5 0-0 4 1-4 0-0 0 0-2 3-4 2 0-2 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 6-17 8-14 25

F Pts A T 0 2 0 2 3 17 0 1 2 5 0 1 3 3 4 4 1 17 0 1 0 3 0 1 1 5 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 2 12 52 12 16

B S Min 0 0 14 0 1 33 0 5 33 0 3 24 0 1 23 0 0 17 0 0 6 0 1 16 0 0 28 0 0 6 0 11 200 B 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

S Min 1 25 1 30 1 29 1 25 1 31 0 15 1 19 0 8 0 5 0 2 0 2 0 9 6 200

FG%: UD 41.3%, WOF 39.1%, 3FG%: UD 35.3%, WOF 39.1%, FT%: UD 57.1%, WOF 40.0 % Officials: Mike Roberts, Lamar Simpson, Eric Anderson Technical fouls: Wofford-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 12,254 Score by Period 1st 2nd Total Wofford 26 23 49 Dayton Flyers 27 25 52

Game #2

DAYTON 62 Delaware state 42 NOVEMBER 19, 2008 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO Flyer sophomore Chris Wright scored a game-high 18 points, with eight of those points coming on slam dunks, and also pulled down seven rebounds to pace the Dayton attack. He had a series of dunks late in the second half that gave the Flyers their largest lead of the evening, 56-31 - a 25-point margin. The Flyers broke open the game in the opening minutes of the second stanza. The Dayton defense held Delaware State without a field goal for seven minutes into the second half. UD finished with 15 steals, led by junior Rob Lowery’s four thefts, and forced 25 Delaware State turnovers. The Hornets finally got on the board at the 13-minute mark on a jumper by junior Fred Bouie to get within 37-23. Freshman Chris Johnson provided the offensive needs early for the Flyers, popping two treys in less than a minute, banging home his second at the 12:01 mark to give UD a 43-23 lead. The Flyers shot just 14.3 percent on three-point field goals in the first half, but drained 50 percent in the second half stanza (6-12). Their incredible second half stats would carry them through to beat the Hornets 62-42.

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Delaware State FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T 21 DUBOIS f 4-11 0-0 1-1 8 2 9 1 3 55 SANDIDGE f 2-9 0-1 2-4 7 1 6 1 4 11 BOUIE g 2-6 1-5 2-2 4 0 7 0 3 30 NEAL g 2-4 0-0 0-0 3 2 4 4 5 32 JOHNSON g 4-7 3-5 0-0 4 2 11 0 2 00 WILSON 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 02 WELCHER 1-3 1-1 2-2 1 2 5 2 2 20 DAVID 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 34 DOUSE 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 44 PARKES 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 TEAM 1 Totals 15-41 5-13 7-9 28 9 42 8 25

B 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 33 Wright f 7-14 0-1 4-6 7 41 Huelsman f 1-3 0-0 2-2 7 01 WarreN g 2-4 0-0 0-0 4 32 Johnson, M g 1-5 1-2 0-0 3 00 Perry 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 03 Lowery 3-8 2-5 1-2 1 04 Johnson, C 3-6 2-3 0-0 5 11 Thomas 1-4 0-1 2-2 3 22 Williams 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 23 Fabrizius 1-8 1-4 0-0 3 24 Hendrick 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 30 Fox 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 34 Searcy 1-4 0-0 0-0 2 53 McEldowney 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 TEAM 3 Totals 23-63 7-19 9-12 41

F Pts 2 4 3 18 1 4 3 4 0 3 0 3 0 9 2 8 1 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 13

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S Min 0 37 1 33 0 31 1 27 2 38 0 1 0 19 0 4 0 4 0 6

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

T 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0

B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S Min 1 15 3 24 0 23 3 18 1 24 2 13 4 16 0 13 1 14 0 9 0 15 0 1 0 1 0 13 0 1

14

14

1

15 200

FG%: UD 36.5%, DSUM 36.6%, 3FG%: UD 36.8%, DSUM 38.5%, FT%: UD 75.0%, DSUM 77.8% Officials: Gene Steratore, Glenn Mayborg, Joe Townsell Technical fouls: Delaware State-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 11,906 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Delaware State 21 21 42 Dayton Flyers 28 34 62

Game #3

DAYTON 78 Bethune-Cookman 38

Game #4

NOVEMBER 23, 2008 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO The Flyers dominated in all phases of the game from start to finish. UD shot 27-of-53 (51 percent) while its defense held the Wildcats to just 12 field goals and 24 percent shooting. Dayton owned the paint, outscoring Bethune-Cookman in the lane 36-6. Marcus Johnson came out firing on all cylinders to score seven of UD’s first nine points as the Flyers opened a 13-2 lead to start the game. Once the Wildcats finally got Marcus under control, Chris Johnson entered the game and provided an immediate spark. With 12:17 remaining in the first half, junior London Warren led a three-on-one fast break and dished to Chris, who finished with a lay-up and a trip to the line. He converted the three-point play to put Dayton up 19-4. At the 6:46 mark in the first half, Warren nabbed one of the team’s eight steals when he poked the ball away from the Wildcats and dove across midcourt to recover the loose ball. He flipped it to Chris Johnson, who was fouled on the break away and scored one free throw, extending the lead to 25-11. The Flyers took a 38-19 lead into the locker room. In the second half, Dayton extended its lead by firing away from three-point range. Fabrizius connected on back-to-back threes , putting the Flyers up 48-24 with 15:07 remaining. Moments later, junior Mickey Perry buried his second trey of the afternoon. Bethune-Cookman’s Clifford Reed tried to pull the Wildcats closer when he sank back-to-back three-pointers, but Dayton finished the contest on a 20-1 run. Bethune-Cookman FG 02 HOLMES f 0-3 32 STARLING f 3-9 33 ADAMS c 0-0 03 REED g 6-12 04 PEGUES g 0-4 00 THOMAS 0-3 01 FELICIANO 0-2 05 WHITE 0-1 10 ELLIOTT 0-2 12 ANUSIONWU 1-3 21 CREPPY 0-1 22 JONES 0-1 23 WHATLEY 2-9 Totals 12-50

3FG 0-0 1-2 0-0 3-5 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-8 6-21

FT Reb 1-2 1 2-4 8 0-0 0 4-5 4 1-2 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 5 0-0 0 0-0 3 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 1 8-13 28

Dayton FG 15 Little f 3-4 33 Wright f 3-5 41 Huelsman f 1-7 01 Warren g 0-1 32 Johnson, M g 5-9 00 Perry 2-2 03 Lowery 1-6 04 Johnson, C 4-6 11 Thomas 0-1 22 Williams 0-0 23 Fabrizius 3-5 24 Hendrick 0-0 30 Fox 1-1 34 Searcy 4-6 40 McEldowney 0-0 Totals 27-53

3FG FT Reb 0-0 4-5 3 0-1 3-4 4 0-0 0-1 7 0-0 0-0 1 2-4 4-6 6 2-2 0-0 1 0-2 0-0 2 1-1 5-5 4 0-0 0-0 5 0-0 0-0 0 3-4 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 0 8-14 16-21 39

F Pts 3 1 3 9 0 0 1 19 3 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 3 6 19 38

A T 0 2 1 6 0 0 4 4 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 9 21

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

S Min 0 13 1 33 0 7 0 34 0 26 0 15 0 6 0 17 0 4 0 14 0 5 0 3 1 23 2 200

F Pts A T 1 10 0 4 1 9 1 0 1 2 1 3 1 0 5 1 1 16 0 1 2 6 1 0 0 2 4 4 1 14 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 12 78 17 14

B 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 5

S Min 0 17 0 19 0 21 3 14 0 26 0 15 1 19 3 13 0 15 0 2 0 19 1 2 0 2 0 14 0 2 8 200

FG%: UD 50.9%, BCU 24.0%, 3FG%: UD 57.1%, BCU 28.6%, FT%: UD 76.2%, BCU 61.5% Officials: Ray Natili, Alan Spainhour, Brent Hampton Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Bethune-Cookman-None. Attendance: 12,687 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Bethune-Cookman 19 19 38 Dayton Flyers 38 40 78

DAYTON 71 Mercer 53 NOVEMBER 25, 2008 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO Chris Wright led the Flyers with his first double-double of the year, recording game-highs of 16 points and 11 rebounds. Six of Wright’s points came on high-flying slam dunks, and he also rejected three shots to tie a career high. After a Johnson three-pointer, Wright received a half-court ally-oop pass from junior London Warren. Wright soared above the defenders to throw it down, making the score 7-0 at the 17:28 mark. The Flyers soon stretched their lead to 30-10 thanks to a 16-2 run midway through the half. The highlight of the stretch came at the 12:55 mark when Wright swatted a Mercer shot attempt, leading to a fast break lay-up by junior Rob Lowery. Dayton led by as many as 26 points in the first half as another put-back dunk from Wright extended the lead. UD entered the break with a 48-26 advantage. Mercer came out hot in the second half and eventually trimmed the lead 12 points with 6:05 remaining. However, Dayton’s defense held strong as Warren dominated the final five minutes of the game for UD. In total, the Flyers had seven blocks on the night. They also outrebounded the Bears 48-31, an invaluable advantage to the contest. Mercer FG 3FG FT Reb 15 HENRY f 2-4 1-2 7-10 8 22 CORLEY, f 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 33 EMERSON f 4-11 1-2 4-5 4 00 FLORENCE g 1-5 0-3 0-0 0 42 KUSNYER g 2-8 1-6 0-0 1 03 WALKER 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 10 HALL 2-6 0-2 6-8 3 11 ELLIS 4-14 0-0 1-2 7 12 SHAKUR 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 20 GOLLON 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 21 STRAUB 0-0 0-0 0-1 2 25 MILLS 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 44 JACKSON 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Totals 16-53 3-18 18-26 31

F Pts 0 12 1 0 4 13 1 2 1 5 0 0 2 10 2 9 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 15 53

A T 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 9 11

B 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5

S Min 1 35 0 22 0 31 0 12 0 22 0 3 0 28 3 21 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 20 0 1 4 200

Dayton FG 5 Little f 5-9 33 Wright f 6-11 41 Huelsman f 1-1 01 Warren g 1-3 32 Johnson, M g 3-10 00 Perry 1-2 03 Lowery 2-4 04 Johnson, C 3-8 11 Thomas 0-3 23 Fabrizius 3-9 34 Searcy 1-1 Totals 26-61

F Pts A T 4 11 2 1 3 16 1 2 3 2 0 2 3 4 6 1 0 10 0 2 2 3 0 0 3 5 2 4 1 8 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 9 1 0 2 3 1 0 23 71 13 15

B 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 7

S Min 0 25 0 28 0 17 3 22 0 29 0 13 0 13 0 20 1 9 0 12 0 12 4 200

3FG FT Reb 0-0 1-1 5 1-3 3-5 11 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 2-2 2 1-3 3-3 2 1-2 0-0 0 1-3 0-0 4 2-6 0-0 8 0-0 0-0 1 3-9 0-0 4 0-0 1-2 0 9-26 10-13 48

FG%: UD 42.6%, MU 30.2%, 3FG%: UD 34.6%, MU 11.1%, FT%: UD 76.9%, MU 69.2% Officials: Tim Ebersole, Tracy Woodman, Jeff Wagner Technical fouls: MU-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 12,074 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total MU 26 27 53 Dayton Flyers 48 23 71


2008-2009 REVIEW DAYTON 60 Auburn 59 NOVEMBER 28, 2008 • SEARS CENTRE ARENA • HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILLINOIS It was back-and-forth in the first half as well despite poor shooting from the field by both clubs. UD led 26-21 but both teams combined to miss their first 26 shots from three-point range. With UD up 31-26 just 14 minutes into the second half, Devin Searcy had a putback that gave the Flyers their largest lead of the night. However, the Tiger would hit a couple of three-pointers and cut the deficit to 33-32 three minutes later. Dayton had a seven point lead at 43-36 with 6:38 left in the second half. But the Tigers would go on an 11-4 run to tie the contest up at 47-47 with 3:14 remaining. Neither team converted a single point in the final 3:14 of regulation. Dayton had five key defensive stops in the final three minutes of the ball game to force overtime. Wright opened the overtime with a three-point play to give Dayton a 50-47 lead a minute into the extra frame. After a Tiger bucket, Johnson converted two free throws to keep it a three-point game with less than three minutes to play. Auburn tied it at 52-52 with a three-pointer with a minute and a half to go. Wright added a floater in the lane to give the Flyers a two-point cushion with at the 1:14 mark. UD then forced a missed Tiger shot. That allowed London Warren to convert a layup with 25 seconds to go and extend the lead to 56-52. The Tigers nailed a trey and cut the Flyer advantage to 56-55 with 16 seconds in overtime. After successfully converting the inbounds play, Johnson connected on both free throws to extend the Flyer lead to 58-55 with 11 seconds remaining. A Flyer foul allowed the Tigers to convert two free-throws of their own cutting the deficit back to one at 58-57. Dayton then ran seven seconds off the clock allowing Johnson to knock down both attempts at the foul line extending the lead to 60-57. Another Flyer foul allowed the Tigers to get back to the charity stripe. Auburn would hit the first free throw and accidentally convert the second. A miss would have allowed the Tigers to have a shot at a field goal to either tie or win the game. Auburn FG 3FG FT Reb 1 BARBER 4-8 0-0 2-7 9 12 REED 6-17 4-12 6-8 2 20 SULLIVAN 1-5 0-3 1-1 2 21 BARRETT 1-5 0-1 0-1 5 23 ROBERTSON 2-8 1-5 0-0 7 24 WALLER 3-8 2-6 2-4 2 30 KNOX 1-1 0-0 0-2 0 34 LEFF 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 4 HARGROVE 1-5 0-4 1-3 4 42 AIHE 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Totals 20-58 7-31 12-26 43

Game #7 continued

Game #6 continued

Game #5

F Pts A T 2 10 0 5 2 22 1 5 4 3 0 1 2 2 1 3 4 5 6 3 4 10 2 1 3 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 4 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 26 59 13 20

B S Min 1 0 39 0 2 42 0 0 20 0 1 16 3 1 42 0 2 29 0 0 4 0 0 5 1 1 28 0 0 0+ 5 7 225

Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S Min 15 Little f 2-8 0-0 3-5 9 3 7 3 3 0 1 30 33 Wright f 4-12 0-3 2-7 14 3 10 0 6 0 2 36 41 Huelsman f 0-5 0-0 2-2 8 1 2 0 2 3 0 32 01 Warren g 2-4 0-0 1-1 2 4 5 3 1 0 1 22 32 Johnson, M g 4-11 0-5 8-8 3 2 16 2 1 0 1 33 00 Perry 1-4 0-2 0-0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 7 03 Lowery 0-7 0-4 2-4 3 2 2 2 0 0 0 8 04 Johnson, C 0-4 0-4 1-2 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 18 11 Thomas 4-8 0-2 0-0 2 1 8 1 1 0 2 16 22 Williams 0-3 0-2 1-2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 23 Fabrizius 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 34 Searcy 3-4 0-0 0-0 4 2 6 0 0 0 0 12 Totals 20-72 0-24 20-31 60 20 60 11 15 4 8 225

FG%: UD 27.8%, Auburn 34.5%, 3FG%: UD 0.0%, Auburn 22.6%, FT%: UD 64.5% Auburn 46.2% Officials: Tim Nestor, Haywood Bostic, James Barker Technical fouls: Auburn-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 3,087 Score by Periods 1st 2nd OT Total Auburn 21 26 12 59 Dayton Flyers 26 21 13 60

Game #6

DAYTON 89 Marquette 75 NOVEMBER 29, 2008 • SEARS CENTRE ARENA • HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILLINOIS Dayton led by as many as eight early on in the first half and controlled the tempo. Wright would add a layup at the 3:23 mark of the first half to put the Flyers ahead 33-26, but the Golden Eagles would go on a 6-0 run to narrow the contest to one at the end of the half. The Flyers used a 16-7 run in the second half to pull away from Marquette. Wright started the run with a posterizing dunk at the 13:22 mark to bring the crowd to its feet. Chris Johnson then connected on a three-point play to extend the Flyer advantage to 13. Lowery added a floater in the lane to give Dayton a 65-51 lead with 9:26 to go. After two Marquette free throws, Chris Johnson connected on a threepointer to make it a 68-53 Flyer lead. But the Flyers got into foul trouble early on in the second half which allowed Marquette to get to the line and cut the Flyer advantage to 10 at 72-62 with 5:16 to go.

Marquette FG 12 BURKE f 0-1 32 HAYWARD f 2-7 1 JAMES g 6-13 22 MCNEAL g 7-23 23 MATTHEWS g 7-12 10 CUBILLAN 2-3 2 ACKER 0-1 33 BUTLER 0-1 4 HAZEL 0-0 Totals 24-61

3FG FT Reb F Pts A T 0-0 2-4 3 3 2 0 0 0-1 1-1 8 5 5 0 3 2-6 5-11 7 4 19 8 2 1-8 1-3 6 5 16 3 3 0-3 14-17 7 2 28 1 3 1-2 0-0 1 3 5 1 0 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 1 4 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4-20 23-36 39 28 75 13 14

B S Min 0 0 19 0 0 24 0 2 35 0 1 33 0 1 38 0 0 20 0 0 14 0 0 9 0 0 8 0 4 200

Dayton FG 15 Little f 2-5 33 Wright f 4-9 41 Huelsman c 3-5 1 Warren g 1-2 32 Johnson, M g 1-1 0 Perry 3-4 11 Thomas 2-3 22 Williams 0-3 23 Fabrizius 1-3 3 Lowery 9-13 34 Searcy 0-0 4 Johnson, C 4-9 Totals 30-57

3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S Min 0-0 3-4 3 5 7 1 1 0 0 18 0-0 5-10 13 4 13 4 0 1 2 32 0-0 2-2 2 3 8 1 1 1 0 19 0-0 5-9 1 4 7 2 2 0 1 14 0-0 4-4 2 3 6 0 1 0 0 19 0-1 0-0 0 4 6 0 0 0 1 13 0-0 1-1 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 8 0-1 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 11 1-2 0-0 0 1 3 0 0 1 1 9 2-4 1-2 1 1 21 1 3 0 0 23 0-0 1-2 4 3 1 1 1 2 0 14 1-3 3-5 11 0 12 1 1 0 0 20 4-11 25-39 42 30 89 11 11 5 6 200

FG%: UD 56.2%, MU 39.3%, 3FG%: UD 36.4%, MU 20%, FT%: UD 64.1%, MU 63.9% Officials: Tim Nestor, Frank Raposo, Tim Kelly Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Marquette-None. Attendance: 4,780 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 33 56 89 Marguette 32 43 75

Game #7

DAYTON 87 troy 70 DECEMBER 2, 2008 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO Defensively, the Flyers held the Trojans to 39 percent shooting. UD also dominated on the boards, outrebounding Troy 43-29. Fifteen offensive rebounds resulted in 17 second chance points.Dayton capitalized on its size advantage early by feeding Little and teammate Chris Wright in the post. The duo scored 14 of UD’s first 24 points to help the Flyers build an early 24-21 lead. Troy kept it close throughout most of the first half until the Flyers showed they could be lethal from the outside as well. Junior Marcus Johnson was held scoreless until the 2:19 mark in the first half when he buried a three-pointer to put Dayton up 35-28. In the final seconds of the half, Johnson went the length of the floor in three seconds and pulled up for a jumper at the buzzer that sent UD to the locker room with a 40-31 lead. Wright got in foul trouble early in the second half and had to take a seat after picking up his third foul at the 19:26 mark. With Wright on the bench, the Trojans cut Dayton’s lead to just three points.However, Warren dominated the second half, where he scored all 11 of his points. With 13:07 remaining, Warren went coast-to-coast, slicing through defenders to make a lay-up and draw a foul. His old-fashioned three-point play gave the Flyers their first double-digit lead, 55-45. This was the beginning of a 16-5 Dayton run that opened a 65-50 lead in Dayton’s favor. The stretch was highlighted by a transition lay-up by Johnson at the 10:14 mark. Johnson -who scored 14 points- was fouled on the play, and converted the free throw. Trojans fought back, clawing to within 11 with 3:53 left to play. But Dayton’s defense only allowed one more field goal until the final buzzer sounded with a score of 87-70.

Troy FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S Min 20 JONES f 3-8 0-2 0-0 1 1 6 1 0 0 0 15 33 DELK f 3-11 0-5 1-3 3 3 7 2 2 0 0 33 13 JERVIS c 3-5 0-0 1-4 6 3 7 0 2 0 1 19 05 HUDDLESTONg 3-8 3-7 0-0 2 0 9 0 0 0 1 22 24 VOGLER g 3-4 2-2 0-0 4 4 8 3 4 0 3 25 01 WILLIAMS 1-3 1-2 0-0 3 1 3 4 1 0 1 16 02 TELFAIR 1-3 0-0 1-2 2 0 3 0 0 2 0 10 03 WARE 3-9 1-5 0-0 3 0 7 0 2 0 1 16 14 HAZZARD 1-6 0-3 0-0 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 16 15 LEE 1-3 1-3 7-7 0 1 10 0 0 0 1 18 45 LEGGETT 3-4 0-0 2-2 2 2 8 0 1 1 0 10 Totals 25-64 8-29 12-18 29 16 70 10 12 3 8 200 Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S Min 15 Little f 7-10 0-0 3-4 10 2 17 0 2 0 0 29 33 Wright f 3-6 0-0 2-2 3 5 8 0 2 1 0 13 41 Huelsman f 1-3 0-0 1-4 6 1 3 1 2 1 0 21 01 Warren g 5-6 0-0 1-3 3 1 11 6 3 0 1 24 32 Johnson, M g 5-6 3-4 1-1 2 3 14 3 1 1 0 27 00 Perry 3-6 2-4 2-2 1 2 10 2 0 0 1 16 03 Lowery 1-5 0-4 1-2 3 0 3 4 3 0 1 17 04 Johnson, C 1-5 0-3 0-0 3 0 2 1 1 0 0 9 11 Thomas 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 22 Williams 3-5 3-5 0-0 0 0 9 0 1 0 0 12 23 Fabrizius 3-7 2-5 0-0 2 0 8 2 0 0 0 12 34 Searcy 1-1 0-0 0-1 5 0 2 1 2 0 0 14 Totals 33-61 10-26 11-19 43 14 87 21 17 3 3 200

FG%: UD 54.1%, Troy 39.1%, 3FG%: UD 38.5%, Troy 27.6%, FT%: UD 57.6%, Troy 66.7% Officials: Raymie Styons, John LaRocca, Frankie Bordeaux Technical fouls: Troy-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 11,853 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Troy 31 39 70 Dayton Flyers 40 47 87

Game #8

DAYTON 54 AKRON 50 DECEMBER 6, 2008 • RHODES ARENA • AKRON, OHIO The Flyers trailed 29-24 at the half. Chris Wright led UD in scoring with six as Dayton shot 30 percent from the field.Dayton picked up its first lead since the opening minutes of the game when Stephen Thomas drained a threepointer to put UD ahead 39-38. Akron answered with a three of its own to take a 41-39 advantage with less than 11 minutes to play. Both teams exchanged baskets before Wright connected two free throws to put UD 45-43 with eight minutes to go. Marcus Johnson then came back on the other end and had a block to keep the Flyer lead at two. But turnovers by Dayton kept the zips in the game. After three consecutive Flyer turnovers, Akron went on a 6-0 run before Wright had another thunderous slam to tie the game at 47-47. Dayton held Akron to three points in the final six minutes of the second half to improve to 8-0 overall Akron’s Chris McKnight converted a 3-pointer to give the Zips a 50-47 advantage with less than three minutes to go. London Warren then hit one free throw, missed the second one and got the rebound. After a missed Wright shot, Huelsman corralled the offensive board and got fouled. He made both shots at the charity stripe to tie the game at 50-50 with 2:24 to play. A missed Zip shot let UD run the floor and Charles Little slam one down to give Dayton a 52-50 advantage. Warren then got a strip on the next defensive possession to help preserve the two-point lead. Akron FG 12 ROBERTS * 0-8 24 HITCHENS * 6-15 32 CONYERS * 4-9 33 LINHART * 2-8 54 BARDO * 0-0 04 McNEES 0-1 13 CVETINOVIC 0-1 23 McKNIGHT 1-10 30 McKNIGHT 1-4 Totals 14-56 Dayton 01 Warren * 15 Little * 32 Johnson, M * 33 Wright * 41 Huelsman * 00 Perry 03 Lowery 04 Johnson, C 11 Thomas 22 Williams 23 Fabrizius 34 Searcy Totals

3FG FT Reb F 0-4 2-2 2 1 3-6 2-2 2 3 0-1 2-2 8 3 1-3 1-2 7 2 0-0 4-4 6 3 0-1 3-4 1 0 0-0 0-0 1 3 1-3 0-0 3 3 1-3 2-2 1 0 6-21 16-18 36 18

Pts A T B S Min 2 2 1 0 1 35 17 2 5 0 2 30 10 0 2 0 2 28 6 0 3 0 2 32 4 0 0 0 0 26 3 1 3 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 0 2 0 0 18 5 0 0 0 0 10 50 5 16 0 7 200

FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S 1-2 0-0 1-2 3 3 3 1 3 0 1 4-8 0-0 0-0 4 2 8 1 2 0 0 1-5 0-1 1-2 3 3 3 1 3 1 0 6-9 0-1 6-6 2 2 18 0 3 1 3 1-2 0-0 2-2 4 2 4 0 0 0 0 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 1-7 0-4 0-0 3 2 2 2 0 0 2 0-4 0-2 4-5 3 1 4 0 0 0 2 2-3 1-1 1-2 2 1 6 0 1 0 2 0-2 0-2 2-2 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0-4 0-4 2-2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 5 1 0 0 2 2 0 17-50 1-16 19-23 37 20 54 5 15 4 11

Min 12 26 31 24 20 12 19 14 8 9 11 14 200

FG%: UD 34.0%, Akron 25.0%, 3FG%: UD 6.0%, Akron 28.6%, FT%: UD 82.6%, Akron 88.9% Officials: Glenn Mayborg, Lamar Simpson, Terry Wymer Technical fouls: Dayton-SEARCY. Akron-McKNIGHT; LINHART Attendance: 4,059 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 24 30 54 Akron 29 21 50

The Flyers closed the game by connecting at the free throw line. Johnson hit two free throws to push the Flyer advantage to 81-67 with just over two minutes to play. Marcus Johnson, Chris Johnson and Warren would help ice the game with free throws down the stretch. UD would finish the game shooting 30-of-57 from the floor, 25-of-39 at the free throw line and had six steals and five blocks.

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Game #10 continued

CReighton 77 Dayton 59 DECEMBER 10, 2008 • QWEST CENTER • OMAHA, NEBRASKA UD trailed 39-26 at halftime as the Flyers had only four free throw attempts. Wright had six points and eight rebounds as the Flyers shot 39 percent from the field. Creighton on the other hand converted eight, three-point field goals and finished the first 20 minutes of play shooting 43 percent from the field and forced nine Flyer turnovers. UD struggled to get things going offensively early in the second half. Trailing 52-34 with 12 minutes to go, the Flyers made a mini-run to cut the lead to 13 with 10 minutes to play. However, the Bluejays went on a 6-0 run to extend their lead to 56-39. Lowery then had a steal and a layup to cut the deficit to 56-44 with 8:01 to play. Luke Fabrizius connected on a three-pointer to cut the lead to 58-47. The Bluejays answered with a three of their own and two free throws to extend the Creighton advantage to 63-47. Dayton shot 36 percent from the field, but the Bluejays shot 52 percent from beyond the arc and had 14 offensive rebounds. The Flyer defense did hold its season average forcing 17 turnovers in the game, but allowed 16 second chance points. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 33 Wright f 3-5 0-0 2-6 8 41 Huelsman c 3-3 0-0 0-0 2 01 Warren. g 0-4 0-0 4-4 3 32 Johnson, M. g 3-11 1-5 2-4 4 00 Perry 4-8 2-5 0-0 2 03 Lowery 4-11 3-6 4-6 1 04 Johnson, C. 0-4 0-1 0-0 2 22 Williams 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 23 Fabrizius 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 34 Searcy 1-3 0-0 0-0 4 TEAM 3 Totals 20-56 7-20 12-20 31 Creighton FG 3FG FT Reb 01 Carter f 0-1 0-0 2-6 5 25 Lawson Jr. c 2-6 0-0 2-2 7 10 Stinnett g 4-10 2-4 3-5 1 12 Dotzler g 0-0 0-0 2-2 3 14 Woodfox g 7-12 5-8 2-2 4 03 Witter 3-7 2-5 6-7 5 13 Millard 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 15 Korver 4-5 4-5 0-0 5 30 Young 1-5 0-1 1-2 0 32 Harriman 1-4 0-1 0-0 7 41 Walker 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 Team 2 Totals 23-52 13-25 18-26 42

F Pts A 0 0 1 1 8 2 4 6 0 4 4 4 3 9 2 3 10 0 3 15 4 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 3 0 1 2 1 23 F 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 0 3 3 17

T B S Min 1 0 0 12 1 1 0 33 0 0 0 19 3 1 1 22 3 0 0 34 1 0 3 23 3 0 3 26 1 1 0 9 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 10

59 14 14 Pts 2 6 13 2 21 14 2 12 3 2 0 77

A 2 1 4 2 2 2 0 1 2 1 0 17

3

7 200

T B S Min 1 0 0 12 2 2 0 23 4 0 0 24 1 0 2 21 2 0 0 23 1 0 1 24 0 0 0 16 1 0 0 19 0 0 0 10 2 0 1 21 3 1 0 7 17

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4 200

FG%: UD 35.7%, CU 44.2%, 3FG%: UD 35.0%, CU 52.0%, FT%: UD 60.0%, CU 69.2% Officials: Paul Janssen, Bo Boroski, Don Daily Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Creighton-None. Attendance: 15,418 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 26 33 59 Creighton 39 38 77

Game #10

DAYTON 73 Coppin STate 56 DECEMBER 13, 2008 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO Coppin State came out strong and Dayton trailed much of the first half. With seven minutes left in the frame, the Eagles took an eight point lead, their largest of the half, leading the Flyers 25-17. Johnson had the hot hand for the Flyers in the first half hitting 5-of-6 from the floor, and 3-of-4 shots from beyond the arc. On Dayton’s next possession, after three missed shots and three offensive rebounds, Chris Johnson sank a three pointer with 6:24 on the clock, sparking an 18-4 Flyer run to end the half. Johnson scored 13 of his 20 points in the first half. As a team, the Flyers shot 43 percent from the field in the half. Dayton entered the break leading 35-29. The second half of the game was all Dayton as Coppin State was never able to get closer than eight points. The Flyers out-shot the Eagles 43 to 29 percent in the game, and were busy on the boards out-rebounding the Eagles 44-33. Dayton continued to use its bench effectively as ten Flyers played at least 12 minutes, and nine of those players scored.

Coppin State FG 3FG FT Reb 31 HAYDEN f 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 50 KUCINSKAS c 1-5 0-0 1-2 5 05 HARPER g 1-5 0-3 4-4 5 22 McKEE g 7-16 1-7 11-12 5 24 LEE g 1-7 1-4 2-2 1 10 YOUNG 0-3 0-0 2-2 2 11 GOLDSBERRY 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 12 ILOEGBU 4-11 1-4 3-4 5 34 CHESNUT 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 44 SARGEANT 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 TEAM 5 Totals 15-52 3-19 23-26 33 Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 04 Johnson, C. f 7-12 3-7 3-5 12 33 Wright f 3-10 0-1 7-8 9 41 Huelsman f 2-4 0-0 0-0 4 01 Warren g 2-5 0-0 0-0 7 32 Johnson, M. g 6-11 1-5 2-3 2 00 Perry 1-5 0-3 0-0 2 03 Lowery 1-5 1-3 2-2 0 22 Williams 2-5 0-1 0-0 3 23 Fabrizius 2-4 2-4 0-0 2 34 Searcy 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 TEAM 1 Totals 26-61 7-24 14-18 44

Game #11 continued F Pts A 0 0 0 4 3 0 1 6 0 3 26 2 3 5 1 1 2 0 3 0 0 2 12 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 19

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73 18 14

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FG%: UD 42.6%, CSU 28.8%, 3FG%: UD 29.2%, CSU 15.8%, FT%: UD 77.8%, CSU 88.5% Officials: Kevin O’Connell, Ronnie Tyburski, Dave Drauker Technical fouls: Coppin State-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 12,777 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Coppin State 29 27 56 Dayton Flyers 35 38 73

Game #11

DAYTON 75, UNC Greensboro 44 DECEMBER 20, 2008 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO The Flyers scored their first four points on dunks, setting the tone for the night. On the opening possession, junior London Warren fed Little for a jam to start the scoring. Two drives later, sophomore Chris Wright followed his own miss with a rim-rattling two-handed dunk to give UD an early 4-2 advantage. Greensboro hung close early and knotted the score at seven before Dayton took command. Despite starting 3-of-12 from the field, the Flyers converted nine of their final 17 shot attempts in the first half. Dayton allowed a season-low 15 points in the first half, helping UD build a halftime lead. Dayton ended the half on a 28-8 run, giving up only six points in the final 8:40. The Flyers led 37-15 at halftime. The second half belonged to Little, who notched three consecutive highlight reel-caliber dunks just past the 9:00 mark. His first slam was a one-handed flush on an alley-oop toss from junior Rob Lowery underneath the hoop on an inbounds play. He followed on the next possession with a steal and reverse jam, and also finished another alley-oop pass, this time from Stephen Thomas. These dunks were part of eight straight points by Little, who helped the Flyers push their lead to more 30 points. With 7:27 remaining, Dayton grabbed its largest lead of 35 points before capping off the 75-44 win.

UNC Greensboro FG 3FG FT Reb 21 BONE f 2-4 0-0 0-0 3 44 BROWN f 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 04 KOIVISTO g 2-6 2-6 4-4 2 10 OLIVER g 0-4 0-2 0-0 4 15 TONEY g 3-12 1-7 0-0 3 03 CLEMENT 3-4 3-4 0-0 0 14 SMITH 0-5 0-0 0-0 1 24 STYWALL 1-4 0-0 3-8 6 25 SPOONER 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 40 EARGLE 1-3 0-0 3-4 4 55 JACKSON 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 TEAM 4 Totals 13-45 6-19 12-18 29 Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 6-6 0-0 3-4 3 33 Wright f 3-8 0-2 2-2 4 41 Huelsman f 1-3 0-0 0-1 5 01 Warren g 0-4 0-0 0-0 1 32 Johnson, M. g 3-6 1-2 3-4 2 00 Perry 1-5 0-4 1-1 2 03 Lowery 2-4 1-3 2-2 2 04 Johnson, C. 5-11 1-4 1-1 8 11 Thomas 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 22 Williams 0-5 0-4 0-0 2 23 Fabrizius 4-7 2-4 0-0 1 24 Hendrick 0-1 0-0 2-2 1 30 Fox 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 34 Searcy 2-2 0-0 0-0 3 40 McEldowney 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 TEAM 6 Totals 28-64 5-24 14-17 41

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44

A 0 0 1 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 8

T B S Min 1 1 0 22 0 0 0 20 4 0 1 24 3 0 0 25 1 0 0 18 5 0 0 18 5 0 1 11 1 0 0 24 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 22 1 0 0 14 21

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9 200

FG%: UD 43.8%, UNCG 28.9%, 3FG%: UD 20.8%, UNCG 31.6%, FT%: UD 82.4%, UNCG 66.7% Officials: Eric Anderson, Kevin Ferguson, Rudy Seneca Technical fouls: UNC-Greensboro-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 12,706 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total UNC Greensboro 15 29 44 Dayton Flyers 37 38 75

Game #12

dayton 62 MARSHALL 50 DECEMBER 23, 2008 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO Marcus Johnson started the scoring with a jumper on Dayton’s first possession of the game.Despite making the first shot, both teams went cold from the field in the first half. Dayton made just 5-of-27 shot attempts in the half, but a solid defensive effort allowed the Flyers to hold a steady lead. A pair of Devin Searcy free throws at the 8:01 mark gave UD its biggest lead of the half, 15-10. However, the Herd thundered back to take its first lead of the night, 22-21, with 1:45 remaining. Dayton ended the half on a 4-0 run and took a 25-22 lead into the locker room. Johnson led all scorers at halftime with eight points. Both teams got off to a better start in the second half as each squad connected on three of its first five field goal tries. The Flyers continued to hold a slim lead, aided by two consecutive field goals by Searcy off the bench. But with 13:25 remaining, a lay-up by Marshall’s Marcus Goode pulled the Herd to within one, 38-37. With the score knotted at 40, Wright and sophomore Stephen Thomas took over. The duo combined to score the first eight points of UD’s crucial 12-0 run. The stretch was highlighted by a one-handed flush by Wright after coming off a screen. Marshall was held without a field goal for a stretch of 11:20 in the second half. The run was finally snapped by a pair of Marshall free throws at the 3:28 mark, but Dayton already had the game in control, leading 52-42. Marshall FG 3FG FT Reb 04 HUMPHREY f 0-1 0-0 2-2 4 14 LUTZ f 4-11 4-6 2-2 6 30 BAINES f 2-9 0-0 3-4 3 03 PITTS g 1-6 1-6 1-2 3 23 JOHNSON g 1-4 0-1 3-4 2 00 MERTHIE 3-7 1-4 0-0 0 10 PENA 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 24 SPANN 1-2 0-0 2-3 4 25 WILLIAMS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 32 WILKERSON 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 53 GOODE 3-4 0-0 1-2 5 TEAM 2 Totals 15-48 6-18 14-19 32

F Pts A T 0 2 0 0 3 14 4 3 4 7 0 2 2 4 3 5 3 5 2 0 2 7 2 1 1 0 0 0 3 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 4 7 0 2 1 25 50 12 15

B S Min 1 0 28 0 1 32 1 0 20 0 0 33 0 1 19 0 0 18 0 0 6 0 0 11 0 0 2 0 1 16 0 0 15 2

3 200

Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 5 Little f 3-8 0-0 1-3 5 33 Wright f 4-11 0-2 8-11 10 41 Huelsman f 0-4 0-0 4-4 4 01 Warren g 1-3 0-0 3-4 5 32 Johnson, M. g 4-9 1-2 2-4 2 00 Perry 1-3 0-2 0-0 1 03 Lowery 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 04 Johnson, C. 1-4 0-2 4-4 4 11 Thomas 0-3 0-0 4-4 4 22 Williams 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 23 Fabrizius 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 34 Searcy 2-2 0-0 2-2 1 TEAM 5 Totals 16-51 1-10 29-38 42

F Pts 1 7 2 16 3 4 1 5 1 11 1 2 3 1 1 6 2 4 1 0 0 0 2 6 18 62

T 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

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Min 25 29 26 27 33 8 4 18 10 9 3 8

FG%: UD 31.4%, MARSH 31.3%, 3FG%: UD 10.0%, MARSH 33.3%, FT%: UD 76.3%, MARSH 73.7% Officials: Roger Ayers, D.J. Carstensen, Jeff Anderson Technical fouls: Marshall-None. Dayton Flyers-None Attendance: 13,021 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Marshall 22 28 50 Dayton Flyers 25 37 62

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2008-2009 REVIEW Game #13

Dayton 66 Georege mason 62 DECEMBER 30, 2008 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO The Flyers looked inside to junior forward Kurt Huelsman early and often in the first half. Just over 10 minutes into the game, Huelsman had eight shot attempts, which already surpassed his season-high of seven attempts. He had seven points at the half and helped UD build an early lead. However, George Mason heated up, using a 6-0 run midway through the half to take an 18-15 lead. The Flyers hung close, aided by a stretch of six consecutive points by Marcus Johnson. With 3:59 remaining, his free throw cut the lead to 30-28. The Patriots answered with a 5-0 run, but the Flyers took momentum into halftime. On their final possession following a blocked shot by Marcus Johnson, Chris Johnson thundered home a baseline slam dunk to pull UD within five at the half. Dayton took its first lead since the score was 15-13 when sophomore Chris Wright finished a four-on-one fast break lay-up with 10:16 left to play, putting UD up 50-48. Whenever Dayton needed a clutch bucket, first-year Flyers Lowery and Chris Johnson delivered as both made the most of a rare insertion to the starting line-up. Trailing by two points with just over two minutes remaining, Lowery intercepted a pass and went coast-to-coast for an uncontested slam, tying the game after the Flyers had trailed by as many as seven. Chris Johnson’s three-pointer on UD’s next possession gave Dayton a 65-62 lead it did not relinquish. The Patriots missed both shot attempts it took in the final minute of the game. George Mason FG 3FG 32 MONROE f 2-5 0-0 33 BIRDSONG f 4-4 0-0 01 SMITH g 7-16 4-10 20 LONG g 6-13 3-8 23 VAUGHAN g 2-6 0-4 02 CORNELIUS 0-2 0-0 22 MORRISON 0-1 0-0 24 PEARSON 2-5 0-0 40 FLEMING 0-2 0-0 TEAM Totals 23-54 7-22

FT Reb 3-4 6 1-1 2 4-4 7 0-2 0 0-0 3 0-2 2 0-0 2 1-2 3 0-0 2 2 9-15 29

Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 04 Johnson, C. f 3-6 1-3 1-4 9 33 Wright f 3-6 0-0 3-4 2 41 Huelsman f 3-9 0-0 2-6 7 03 Lowery g 4-7 1-3 4-5 4 32 Johnson, M. g 5-11 2-3 1-2 2 00 Perry 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 01 Warren 1-5 0-0 0-0 3 11 Thomas 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 15 Little 0-2 0-0 1-2 3 22 Williams 1-4 0-2 0-0 2 23 Fabrizius 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 34 Searcy 2-2 0-0 0-0 4 TEAM 6 Totals 24-56 6-15 12-23 42

F Pts 3 7 2 9 3 22 1 15 4 4 2 0 2 0 1 5 0 0 18

62

F Pts 0 8 4 9 2 8 1 13 2 13 0 3 3 2 0 0 2 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 17

66

A 1 0 2 4 0 2 0 0 1

T 2 1 2 3 2 0 1 0 1

10 12 A 1 2 0 5 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 14

B S Min 0 1 24 2 0 30 1 2 33 0 0 37 0 0 28 0 1 14 2 0 10 0 0 15 0 0 9 5

4 200

T B S Min 0 0 1 25 0 0 1 21 3 4 0 27 3 0 1 21 1 2 1 29 0 0 0 11 1 0 1 18 2 0 0 2 3 0 1 20 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 6 2 1 0 11 15

7

7 200

FG%: UD 42.9%, GMU 42.6%, 3FG%: UD 40.0%, GMU 31.8%, FT%: UD 52.2%, GMU 60.0% Officials: Joe DeMayo, William Bush, Mike Eades Technical fouls: George Mason -None. Dayton Flyers-None Attendance: 13,107 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total George Mason 35 27 62 Dayton Flyers 30 36 66

Game #14

Game #15

JANUARY 2, 2009 • SAVAGE ARENA • TOLEDO, OHIO

JANUARY 6, 2009 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO

On the defensive end, Dayton forced 18 Toledo turnovers with 15 of them coming in the first half. The Rockets shot 46 percent from the field.It was a back-and-forth first half that broke Dayton’s late energy.UD went on a 9-0 run to open things up late thanks to four points from Johnson, a three from Lowery and a putback by Charles Little.

Scoring was at a premium in the first half, as both teams struggled to put points on the board. Marcus Johnson led all first half scorers with six in the opening frame. Dayton and Miami changed leads six times and were tied five times in the low-scoring first half.

The Flyers led 39-30.

The Flyers impressive defensive hold was made even more so by Marcus Johnson’s defensive play against RedHawk forward Michael Bramos. UD’s Marcus Johnson overwhelmed the match-up holding Bramos to just six points.

Dayton 77 toledo 63

Dayton 45 Miami 40

Johnson then added an alley-oop slam to cap the first half scoring and bring a crowd of mostly Flyer fans to its feet. The Flyers then opened up the second half on a 6-0 run with buckets by Warren, Little and Huelsman to extend their lead to 15. But Toledo came back with an 8-0 run of its own and cut the Flyer lead to 47-42 with 13:35 to play. Consecutive three-pointers from Johnson stopped the run and pushed the UD lead back to 11. Both teams would again trade baskets before Lowery had a steal and a layup to push the UD advantage to 55-47 with nine minutes to play. A quicker lineup allowed Dayton to spread the floor and come up with key buckets. Lowery tallied a three-pointer to push the Flyer lead to 68-55 with less than four minutes to play. UD converted enough free throws down the stretch to hold off the Rockets and pick up the W. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 4-7 0-0 0-0 3 33 Wright f 3-3 1-1 0-2 2 41 Huelsman c 3-5 0-0 0-0 7 01 Warren g 4-6 0-0 3-4 3 32 Johnson, M. g 8-12 4-7 1-2 5 00 Perry 0-3 0-1 0-0 1 03 Lowery 5-10 3-5 0-3 3 04 Johnson, C. 2-5 1-2 0-0 7 11 Thomas 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 22 Williams 0-2 0-2 0-0 2 23 Fabrizius 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 34 Searcy 1-3 0-0 4-4 1 TEAM Totals 30-59 9-21 8-15 35 Toledo FG 3FG 01 ANYIJONG f 6-10 4-6 04 AMOS g 9-17 0-1 21 STERLING g 3-9 0-1 31 KENT g 5-10 2-5 34 BYRD g 1-6 0-3 11 BASTFIELD 0-1 0-0 33 LO 2-3 0-0 45 SALTER 0-0 0-0 Team Totals 26-56 6-16

FT Reb 0-1 12 5-8 6 0-1 3 0-0 4 0-0 3 0-0 0 0-0 2 0-0 1 1 5-10 32

F Pts 2 8 4 7 1 6 1 11 1 21 1 0 1 13 1 5 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 6 17

77 18

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B 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

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10

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FG%: UD 50.8%, TOLEDO 46.4%, 3FG%: UD 42.9%, TOLEDO 37.5%, FT%: UD 53.3%, TOLEDO 50.0% Officials: Terry Wymer, Mike Sanzere, DJ Carstensen Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Toledo-None. Attendance: 6,921 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 39 38 77 Toledo 30 33 63

The teams entered the half tied at 17 points apiece.

Julian Mavunga was the only Miami player to reach double-digits, at 12 points scored. The RedHawks out shot the Flyers 35 to 32 percent on the game, and were able to contain Dayton’s usually strong bench, which shot just 2-of-20 from the field. The close play continued into the second half as neither team was able to hold the lead. In the games final minutes, the Flyers were finally able to build and hold a lead. Closing out the game, Dayton outscored Miami 8-4, which ended up being the difference in the contest. Miami FG 3FG 02 DIERKERS f 3-5 2-2 24 BRAMOS f 3-12 0-3 41 FLETCHER c 1-3 0-0 05 RICHBURG g 1-6 0-2 21 POLLITZ g 2-9 0-3 01 HADDIX II 1-3 0-2 04 MAVUNGA 5-7 0-0 10 CARSON 0-0 0-0 12 SODERBERG 0-0 0-0 20 WINBUSH 1-3 0-1 TEAM Totals 17-48 2-13

FT Reb 0-0 5 0-0 4 1-2 6 0-0 7 1-2 2 0-0 1 2-2 5 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 4-6 30

Dayton FG 3FG 15 Little f 4-9 0-0 33 Wright f 6-13 1-3 41 Huelsman f 1-1 0-0 01 Warren g 0-2 0-0 32 Johnson, M. g 4-8 0-4 00 Perry 0-2 0-2 03 Lowery 0-6 0-3 04 Johnson, C. 0-3 0-1 11 Thomas 1-2 1-1 22 Williams 0-1 0-0 23 Fabrizius 1-3 1-2 34 Searcy 0-3 0-0 TEAM Totals 17-53 3-16

FT Reb 0-0 5 1-1 6 0-0 0 1-2 2 4-5 2 0-0 1 2-2 4 0-0 7 0-0 0 0-0 4 0-0 1 0-0 5 1 8-10 38

F Pts 2 8 3 6 1 3 1 2 3 5 0 2 1 12 0 0 1 0 0 2

A 4 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1

T 2 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 1

40

11

13

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

T 0 5 0 3 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 1

10

14

12

10

45

B 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

S 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

M 40 32 16 29 34 12 24 3 2 8

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4 200

FG%: UD 32.1%, MIAMI 35.4%, 3FG%: UD 18.8%, MIAMI 1534%, FT%: UD 80.0%, MIAMI 66.7% Officials: Glenn Mayborg, Mike Roberts, Kenneth Turner Technical fouls: Miami-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 12,637 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Miami 17 23 40 Dayton Flyers 17 28 45

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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

2008-2009 REVIEW Game #17

Game #18 continued

DAyton 72 fordham 71 JANUARY 14, 2009 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO The UD men’s basketball team was led by junior Rob Lowery’s clutch shooting as the Flyers staved off an Atlantic 10 upset by surviving the Fordham Rams in the final seconds, 72-71, at UD Arena. With the win, Dayton improved to 15-2 overall and evened its conference record at 1-1. It was the 13th straight home win for the Flyers. The Rams dropped to 2-13 with an 0-3 mark in A-10 play. The Flyers received double-digit scoring efforts from three different players, including Lowery, who notched 13 points and scored the game-winning bucket with five seconds to go. Fellow junior Marcus Johnson poured in 12, which marked his eighth-straight game in double figures. Senior Charles Little also added 11 points on 5-of-6 shooting in a supporting role. A 15-3 run would put the home squad up by 11 with 12:50 to go. During the run, UD fans saw a monstrous tomahawk jam from Devin Searcy off a fast-break dish from London Warren and two straight Charles Little slams which gave UD a 50-42 advantage. The Flyer Faithful then breathed a collective sigh of relief with 3:16 remaining as Lowery drained his third trey of the night to put the Flyers on top 65-61. Fordham came right back, however, with a 10-5 run over the next 2:21, culminating with two free throws by Trey Blue with 15 seconds to go. Lowery then stormed down the court and maneuvered through the lane for what would be the game-winning layup. Fordham FG 3FG FT Reb 23 MOORE f 4-13 3-7 0-1 3 32 GREEN f 1-3 0-0 0-0 7 44 DEVINE f 2-2 0-0 0-0 4 01 FONTAN g 4-12 2-4 5-10 4 21 ESTWICK g 6-10 3-6 2-2 1 03 BLUE 3-7 3-6 2-2 2 04 TANNER 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 25 WING 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 50 BETHEL 4-8 0-1 1-2 5 TEAM 3 Totals 25-57 11-25 10-17 33

Game #16

Massachusetts 75, dayton62 JANUARY 10, 2009 • MASSMUTUAL CENTER • SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS For the third straight season, the Minutemen stopped a Flyer winning streak heading into conference play. This time it stopped a Flyer six-game winning streak, as the Flyers dropped their first Atlantic 10 game of the season. UMass shot 52 percent from the field, had nine blocks and out rebounded UD 33-26. After trailing 39-36, the Flyers went on a run and took the lead briefly off a Rob Lowery dunk. However, the Minutemen countered with a 20-2 run of their own to take a 59-42 lead with 10:28 to play. During the UMass run, UD did not have a point in a six-minute stretch and did not have a field goal for nearly nine minutes. UMass extended the lead to 59-44 with 7:39 remaining and kept the pressure on throughout the second half. Luke Fabrizius nailed back-to-back three pointers to cut the Minutemen advantage to 63-54 with four minutes to play. The Minutemen however pushed the lead back to 15 at 71-56 with less than two minutes remaining to hold for the victory. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 33 Wright f 6-11 1-1 0-0 9 41 Huelsman c 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 01 Warren g 1-5 0-0 3-4 1 32 Johnson, M. g 4-6 2-2 0-0 3 00 Perry 2-5 1-3 0-0 1 03 Lowery 3-11 0-1 0-0 3 04 Johnson, C. 2-4 1-1 1-2 3 11 Thomas 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 22 Williams 1-2 1-1 0-0 0 23 Fabrizius 2-8 2-8 0-0 2 34 Searcy 1-2 0-0 2-2 0 TEAM 1 Totals 24-60 8-18 6-8 26 UMass FG 3FG FT Reb 12 GURLEY f 6-13 4-6 0-0 5 24 GAFFNEY f 6-8 0-1 5-6 7 31 BONNER c 0-5 0-2 0-0 3 05 HARRIS g 5-8 3-5 10-13 4 14 LOWE g 4-5 0-0 7-8 2 02 GIBBS 0-1 0-1 0-0 4 04 MONGO 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 11 CORREIA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 25 LYNCH 2-4 0-0 0-0 4 33 GLASS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 TEAM 4 Totals 23-44 7-15 22-27 33

F Pts 0 4 2 13 5 0 4 5 4 10 3 5 3 6 0 6 1 0 2 3 1 6 2 4

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

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

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A 0 1 3 2 6 2 0 1 0 0

T 2 1 1 4 3 1 0 2 1 0

B 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

S 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0

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B S Min 0 0 26 1 3 28 1 0 15 0 2 24 0 2 28 0 0 10 0 1 17 0 2 13 0 0 2 0 0 16 0 0 12 0 0 9 2 10 200 Min 36 31 22 32 29 17 1 5 22 5

FG%: UD 40.0%, UMASS 52.3%, 3FG%: UD 44.4%, UMASS 46.7%, FT%: UD 75.0%, UMASS 81.5% Officials: Frank Scagliotta, Paul Faia, Donnie Eppley Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Massachusetts-None. Attendance: 5,485 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 33 29 62 Massachusetts 35 40 75

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Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 04 Johnson, C. f 3-8 1-5 2-2 8 15 Little f 5-6 0-0 1-4 6 41 Huelsman f 2-3 0-0 3-4 0 03 Lowery g 4-9 3-6 2-4 3 32 Johnson, M. g 4-8 0-2 4-7 7 00 Perry 1-5 0-1 0-0 1 01 Warren 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 11 Thomas 1-3 1-2 1-2 0 23 Fabrizius 1-5 1-4 0-0 2 33 Wright 0-2 0-1 7-8 7 34 Searcy 1-3 0-0 2-5 5 TEAM 2 Totals 22-54 6-21 22-36 44

F Pts 1 11 3 2 5 4 2 15 3 17 3 11 0 0 5 2 3 9

A 1 3 1 8 3 0 0 0 2

T 1 2 2 5 0 0 2 0 1

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18

13

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

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

25

19

72

14 14

Min 33 25 17 34 33 19 3 18 18

B S Min 0 0 27 0 0 23 1 1 19 0 1 23 1 1 33 0 0 13 0 1 12 0 0 7 0 0 11 1 0 21 0 0 11 3

4 200

FG%: UD 40.7%, FOR 43.9%, 3FG%: UD 28.6%, FOR 44.0%, FT%: UD 61.1%, FOR 58.8% Officials: Reggie Greenwood, Ronnie Tyburski, Todd Williams Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Fordham-None. Attendance: 11,993 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Fordham 33 38 71 Dayton Flyers 36 36 72

Game #18

Dayton 78 Duquesne 69 JANUARY 17, 2009 • A.J. PALUMBO CENTER • PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA The University of Dayton Flyers played a strong defensive contest, quieted a Duquesne crowd with thunderous dunks, and used an explosive second half in a 78-69 victory against the Dukes in a key Atlantic 10 matchup. The Flyers used a balanced attack as five Dayton players scored in double figures. Rob Lowery paced the offense with a team-high 16 points. Chris Wright dropped a 15 spot. Freshmen Luke Fabrizius and Chris Johnson also came up big. Fabrizius scored a career-high 11 points, drilling 3-of-5 from downtown, while Johnson accounted for 10 points and nine rebounds. Marcus Johnson scored nine of his 11 points in the second half including the basket on a steal and dunk that gave UD its biggest lead of the night, 70-58, with 3:30 to play. Marcus Johnson tied a career-best with four steals. Dayton continued to be solid on the boards, out-rebounding the Dukes 36-30, and improving to 15-0 on the season when it out-rebounded opponents. The Flyers proved how valuable their depth was as well, the UD bench outscoring Duquesne’s 43-8. UD tallied seven dunks in the A-10 bout, bringing its total to 61 this season in just 18 games, tying a Dayton single-season record set by the 2003-04 squad that put up those same numbers in 33 contests.

Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 1-4 0-0 1-2 5 33 Wright f 6-8 0-0 3-4 8 41 Huelsman f 3-4 0-0 0-0 3 01 Warren g 0-3 0-1 0-0 2 32 Johnson, M. g 4-6 0-1 3-4 1 00 Perry 2-5 1-2 1-2 2 03 Lowery 6-9 3-4 1-4 2 04 Johnson, C. 3-3 0-0 4-4 9 11 Thomas 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 23 Fabrizius 4-6 3-5 0-0 0 34 Searcy 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 TEAM 2 Totals 29-50 7-13 13-20 36 Duquesne FG 3FG FT Reb 25 SAUNDERS f 5-9 1-3 2-4 7 30 CLARK f 7-11 3-5 2-2 2 01 JACKSON g 7-13 2-4 2-3 1 13 DUTY g 2-5 2-4 0-0 2 23 BOLDING g 2-10 0-2 1-2 5 03 EVANS 1-8 0-5 2-2 0 22 THEIS 2-3 0-1 0-2 6 32 MONTEIRO 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 TEAM 6 Totals 26-61 8-24 9-15 30

F Pts A T 1 3 1 4 4 15 1 6 4 6 3 2 2 0 2 2 3 11 2 3 1 6 0 1 1 16 3 3 0 10 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 18 78 12 24 F Pts 4 13 3 19 0 18 5 6 2 5 3 4 1 4 2 0 20

69

A 5 5 4 2 0 2 1 0

B S Min 0 0 22 2 0 26 0 0 16 0 0 23 1 4 25 0 0 13 0 1 23 0 1 24 0 1 4 1 1 13 0 0 11 4

8 200

T 0 6 6 0 2 2 1 0

B S Min 1 4 35 1 3 29 0 0 37 0 1 31 1 2 26 0 0 25 2 0 12 0 0 5

19 17

5 10 200

FG%: UD 58.0%, DUQ 42.6%, 3FG%: UD 53.8%, DUQ 33.3%, FT%: UD 65.0%, DUQ 60.0% Officials: James Haney, Ken Clark, John Regan Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Duquesne-None. Attendance: 4,051 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 39 39 78 Duquesne 38 31 69

Game #19

dayton 63 George washington 61 JANUARY 22, 2009 • CHARLES E. SMITH CENTER • WASHINGTON, D.C. Marcus Johnson scored six of his team-high 17 points in the final two minutes of play to help the Dayton Flyers rally for a 63-61 victory over the George Washington Colonials. Rob Lowery added eight points, eight rebounds and six assists off the bench, while Chris Wright added 13 points and five boards as the Flyers improved to 17-2 overall and 3-1 in the Atlantic 10. The Flyer rally all started when Marcus Johnson answered by sinking a three to pull Dayton within 60-57 with 2:05 to go. Wright then drove the lane, hit the shot, got fouled and sank a free throw to tie the contest at 60-60. Before the Flyers were to inbound the ball with 21 seconds to go, GW had a technical foul called against them for having six men on the court. Marcus Johnson hit both free throws to give the Flyers a one-point advantage. When UD did inbound the ball, the Colonials fouled Marcus Johnson immediately forcing the one-and-one attempt. Johnson hit the first, but missed the second. The Colonials had two potential shots to win only to come up short and allow Dayton to pick up its third win in a row. Other contributors for the Flyers included Chris Johnson with eight points and four rebounds, Warren dishing out six assists and Charles Little adding nine points, three rebounds and three assists. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 4-6 0-0 1-4 3 33 Wright f 6-13 0-0 3-5 6 41 Huelsman f 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 32 Johnson, M. c 6-12 2-6 3-4 1 01 Warren g 0-0 0-0 0-2 4 00 Perry 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 03 Lowery 3-6 2-4 0-0 8 04 Johnson, C. 3-5 2-4 0-0 4 11 Thomas 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 22 Williams 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 23 Fabrizius 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 34 Searcy 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 TEAM 4 Totals 25-53 6-19 7-15 31 George Washington FG 3FG FT Reb 05 DIGGS f 2-7 0-1 2-2 11 WITHERSPOON f 8-16 0-5 3-6 22 HOLLIS f 2-6 1-4 3-4 01 KING g 3-7 0-2 2-3 03 TAYLOR g 1-4 1-3 0-0 12 LEE 0-1 0-1 0-0 15 WARE 4-10 0-0 0-0 21 OPOK 2-2 0-0 0-0 31 WILMORE 2-4 1-3 0-0 TEAM 6 Totals 24-57 3-19 10-15

F Pts 2 9 4 15 1 4 4 17 2 0 0 0 0 8 1 8 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 16

F Pts 6 1 7 0 3 4 2 2 2 0 1 1 4 2 3 0 0 0 34

10

A 3 1 0 0 6 1 6 0 1 0 0 0

T 0 1 1 2 5 2 2 0 0 0 0 1

63 18

14

A 6 19 8 8 3 0 8 4 5 61

T 0 0 3 1 4 2 1 0 0

B 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

11

10

B S Min 0 0 26 2 0 28 0 0 27 0 1 25 0 0 17 0 0 8 0 0 26 0 1 22 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 11 2

2 200

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

30 32 19 26 34 9 29 10 11

4 200

FG%: UD 47.2%, GW 42.1%, 3FG%: UD 31.6%, GW 15.8%, FT%: UD 46.7%, GW 66.7% Officials: Mike Kitts, Timothy Higgins, Jim Burr Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. George Washington-Team. Attendance: 13,435 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total George Washington 26 37 63 Dayton Flyers 32 29 61


2008-2009 REVIEW Game #22

Dayton 69, Saint Joseph’s 58 FEBRUARY 1, 2009 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO On Super Bowl Sunday, the University of Dayton Flyers handled the Saint Joseph’s Hawks in an Atlantic 10 victory. The Flyers not only ended the Hawks’ seven-game winning streak but also made history, becoming the quickest UD team to reach the 20-win mark in a season. The win was the 16th consecutive victory in UD Arena, breaking yet another Dayton record for consecutive wins on Blackburn Court. UD took the lead for good when the Flyers went on a 13-2 run that gave them a 25-17 lead with 8:16 to go in the first half. The Hawks capitalized on turnovers and cut the margin to two, 29-27 with 3:49 left but Dayton bounced back to lead 37-31 at halftime, with the final points coming on a thunderous dunk by Marcus Johnson off an alley-oop pass from Rob Lowery. SJU senior Ahmad Nivins came into the game averaging 20.2 points and 11.7 rebounds, and had his 13th double-double of the season (12 points, 13 rebounds) but his 12 points were a season-low. Saint Joseph’s FG 3FG FT Reb 34 NIVINS f 4-11 0-0 4-4 13 40 IRWIN f 2-7 0-3 0-0 3 00 CARR g 4-7 2-3 4-4 0 13 GOVENS g 3-13 1-6 4-4 3 15 WILLIAMSONg 0-2 0-0 6-6 5 01 PRESCOTT 1-5 1-3 0-0 1 11 BENTLEY 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 32 HILLIARD 4-7 0-0 0-0 2 TEAM 2 Totals 18-52 4-15 18-18 29

Game #21

JANUARY 25, 2009 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO

JANUARY 29, 2009 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OHIO

Sophomore Chris Wright tallied 19 points and nine rebounds and freshman Chris Johnson added 17 points and eight boards off the bench as the University of Dayton Flyers defeated St. Bonaventure 80-68. Juniors Marcus Johnson and Rob Lowery each chipped in 15 points as UD handed the Bonnies their first road loss of the season.

The matchup of the two best defenses in the Atlantic 10 lived up to its billing as the University of Dayton edged Saint Louis 47-46 at UD Arena.

The Flyers ran the floor, quickly turning the game into an up-tempo contest. Dayton connected on 4-of-8 shot attempts to begin the game and jumped out to an early 12-6 lead.

After Tommy Liddell III sank both free throws to give SLU a 45-44 lead with 1:25 to play in the contest the Flyers answered in a big way. Junior Rob Lowery fed fellow junior Marcus Johnson on a set play with a perfect pass at the rim, which Johnson slammed with emphasis. Johnson then snatched the SLU inbound pass but the Flyers couldn’t capitalize with a basket.

Dayton 47 Saint Louis 46

However, the Bonnies used a 13-4 run midway through the first half to take a 19-16 advantage, but their only lead of the afternoon soon slipped away. Dayton’s transition game erupted at the beginning of the second half resulting in a flurry of dunks. Wright and Johnson combined for five fast break jams with the first 3:34 of the half, dazzling the home crowd of 13,408. At the 8:25 mark, Chris Johnson went back door, received a pass from Wright, and converted an old-fashioned three-point play to give UD its largest lead of the afternoon, 61-44. Back-to-back buckets in the paint by Warren and an acrobatic lay-up by Lowery kept Dayton’s lead through the final moments of the game. St. Bonaventure FG 3FG FT Reb 21 COOK f 0-0 0-0 0-0 44 NICHOLSON f 2-6 0-0 3-6 04 MATTHEWS g 8-18 8-17 4-4 05 HALL g 5-7 0-0 2-4 20 ELEBY g 1-2 0-0 3-6 03 THOMAS 0-1 0-0 0-0 12 BENSON 1-2 0-1 0-0 32 DAVENPORT 2-6 0-1 4-4 50 CARTER 2-5 0-0 2-2 TEAM Totals 21-47 8-19 18-26 Dayton FG 25 DANIELS f 2-4 15 Little f 0-6 33 Wright f 6-15 41 Huelsman f 0-1 01 Warren g 2-2 32 Johnson, M. g 7-12 00 Perry 1-2 03 Lowery 3-9 04 Johnson, C. 4-5 11 Thomas 0-1 22 Williams 0-0 23 Fabrizius 0-1 34 Searcy 2-4 TEAM 1 1 2 Totals 25-58 4 9 200

F Pts 0 0 6 4 8 4 6 4 1 4 0 1 1 2 2 4 7 2 2 33 25

3FG FT Reb 0-1 0-0 3 0-1 0-0 0 0-2 7-7 9 0-0 1-2 4 0-0 2-2 1 0-3 1-3 3 1-2 0-0 2 2-6 7-9 2 2-2 7-8 8 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 5-17 25-31 10

T 0 0 2 4 1 0 2 3 2

B 0 5 3 2 3 0 1 3 2

68 14

19

F Pts A 3 4 0 2 0 0 4 19 3 2 1 3 3 6 5 4 15 0 0 3 0 1 15 7 0 17 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 4 0

T 0 2 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

B S Min 1 0 17 0 1 20 3 1 27 1 0 22 0 1 17 0 1 27 0 0 12 0 1 23 0 0 20 0 0 3 0 2 12 0 0 3 0 2 14

8

0 20

23

A 0 7 28 12 5 0 2 8 6

33 21

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

9 22 37 38 24 3 15 28 24

3 200

11

FG%: UD 43.1%, SBU 44.7%, 3FG%: UD 29.4%, SBU 42.1%, FT%: UD 69.2%, SBU 80.6% Officials: D.J. Carstensen, Frankie Bordeaux, Mike McKloskey Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. St. Bonaventure-None. Attendance: 13,408 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total St. Bonaventure 23 45 68 Dayton Flyers 30 50 80

16

58

A 1 3 4 2 1 0 0 0 11

T 2 3 2 1 4 2 0 1 15

Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T 05 DIGGS f 9-14 0-0 11-14 11 2 29 2 2 15 Little f 3-5 0-0 7-8 2 4 13 0 3 33 Wright f 6-12 0-1 2-4 7 2 14 2 5 41 Huelsman f 3-4 0-0 0-1 1 4 6 2 1 01 Warren g 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 2 2 4 4 32 Johnson, M. g 5-13 3-4 0-0 4 1 13 2 0 00 Perry 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 3 0 0 03 Lowery 3-9 2-4 0-0 2 3 8 7 2 04 Johnson 1-1 1-1 2-2 8 2 5 3 0 22 Williams 1-2 0-0 0-0 5 0 2 0 1 34 Searcy 1-3 0-0 1-2 3 1 3 1 0 TEAM 1 1 Totals 24-52 7-11 14-19 35 19 69 21 17

Game #20

dayton 80 St. Bonaventure 68

F Pts 4 12 1 4 4 14 1 11 3 6 0 3 0 0 3 8

Dayton’s Chris Wright led all scorers with 16, while senior Charles Little added 14 points, but the biggest basket of the night came courtesy of Marcus Johnson.

B S Min 1 1 39 0 1 17 0 1 31 0 1 35 1 0 33 0 0 20 0 0 1 0 0 24 2

4 200

B S Min 0 0 37 0 1 19 0 2 33 1 0 16 0 1 19 1 0 30 0 0 7 0 0 23 0 0 20 0 0 15 0 1 18 2

5 200

FG%: UD 46.2%, SJU 34.6%, 3FG%: UD 63.6%, SJU 26.7%, FT%: UD 73.7%, SJU 100% Officials: Mike Roberts, Kevin Ferguson, Eric Anderson Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Saint Joseph’s-None. Attendance: 13,169 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Saint Joseph’s 31 27 58 Dayton Flyers 37 32 69

The Billikens had one last attempt but Kwamain Mitchell’s layup attempt with 2.9 seconds didn’t fall thanks to a strong defensive presence by Little. UD freshman Paul Williams grabbed the board and was fouled. Saint Louis had just six team fouls, and London Warren inbounded the ball deep to Little to run out the clock and secure the win for the Flyers. Saint Louis FG 3FG FT Reb 14 CONKLIN f 1-2 0-0 0-0 5 33 REED f 2-6 0-0 2-2 9 03 MITCHELL g 4-8 4-5 3-5 4 21 LISCH g 3-12 1-6 2-2 4 25 LIDDELL III g 1-6 1-3 2-2 4 10 ECKERLE 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 15 EBERHARDT 2-4 0-0 0-0 2 23 CASSITY 2-3 1-2 0-0 2 TEAM 2 Totals 15-41 7-16 9-11 32 Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 33 Binnie f 5-10 3-8 2-2 7 15 Little f 4-8 0-0 6-6 3 33 Wright f 7-14 0-1 2-2 7 41 Huelsman f 0-4 0-0 0-1 5 01 Warren g 1-5 0-0 1-4 0 32 Johnson, M. g 3-9 0-3 0-0 2 00 Perry 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 03 Lowery 0-7 0-3 0-0 3 04 Johnson, C. 1-2 0-0 2-2 4 22 Williams 2-3 0-1 0-0 6 23 Fabrizius 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 34 Searcy 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 TEAM 2 Totals 18-55 0-11 11-15 34

F Pts A T B 3 2 0 2 0 3 6 1 4 0 0 15 3 3 1 1 9 2 3 0 3 5 4 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 1 1 1 1 5 0 0 0 2 13 46 11 19 2 F Pts 1 15 1 14 5 16 1 0 1 3 0 6 2 0 2 0 0 4 1 4 1 0 0 0 14

47

S 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Min 27 29 33 37 35 6 18 15

2 200

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

T B S Min 2 0 0 33 1 0 0 29 0 2 0 24 1 0 0 23 2 0 3 14 3 1 2 32 0 0 0 9 1 0 0 25 1 0 0 17 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 4

9

9

3

5 200

FG%: UD 32.7%, SLU 36.6%, 3FG%: UD 0.0%, SLU 43.8%, FT%: UD 73.3%, SLU 81.8% Officials: Mike Kitts, Joe Lindsay, Jamie Luckie Technical fouls: Saint Louis-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 12,436 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Saint Louis 28 18 46 Dayton Flyers 27 20 47

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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

2008-2009 REVIEW Game #23

Game #24

Game #25

FEBRUARY 4, 2009 • TOM GOLA ARENA • PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

FEBRUARY 8, 2009 • HALTON ARENA • CHARLOTTE, NC

FEBRUARY 11, 2009 •

Despite 13 points and seven rebounds in the first half from freshman Chris Johnson, the Dayton Flyers had its seven-game winning streak snapped with a 79-66 loss to the Charlotte 49ers.

Sophomore Chris Wright helped propel the University of Dayton Flyers to their 17th straight home win and third straight homecourt win against a nationally-ranked team defeating No.14 Xavier 71-58 at UD Arena on Wednesday.

Dayton 63 La Salle 61

Charlotte 79 Dayton 66

Marcus Johnson’s follow-up slam with 1.2 seconds remaining lifted the University of Dayton to its seventh straight win, as UD turned away La Salle in Philadelphia. The Flyers improved to 21-2 overall and retained sole possession of second place in the Atlantic 10 with a 7-1 record. Dayton never trailed in the game, but Johnson’s big play thwarted a furious Explorer comeback. The Flyers led by as much as 17 in the first half and still led by 11 at halftime. La Salle scored nine of the first ten points of the second half and held the Flyers without a field goal for the first 6:47 of the second half, but UD maintained at least a three-point lead until LaSalle leading scorer Rodney Green hit a pair of free throws to make it a 61-60 game with 2:49 to go. The Flyers again went to Wright in the final seconds during a tied game in which he drove down the left side of the lane. His contested jumper hit glass and rim before bounding out on the left side of the basket, but Flyer junior Marcus Johnson followed right after Wright for the game-winning slam. The Explorers were able to get the ball into Green for a desperation heave, but after scoring La Salle’s final seven points of the game, Green could not pull out a miracle. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 2-2 0-0 1-1 0 33 Wright f 5-10 0-0 4-6 8 41 Huelsman f 1-5 0-0 2-2 4 01 Warren g 3-4 0-0 1-2 2 32 Johnson, M. g 6-13 2-2 2-3 4 00 Perry 1-3 1-2 0-0 0 03 Lowery 1-6 1-3 2-2 6 04 Johnson, C. 0-2 0-1 2-2 1 11 Thomas 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 22 Williams 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 23 Fabrizius 1-2 1-1 0-0 2 34 Searcy 0-1 0-0 2-2 2 TEAM 5 Totals 21-51 5-9 16-20 36 La Salle FG 3FG FT Reb 25 SAUNDERS f 4-10 0-4 0-0 4 01 GOODRIDGE f 2-3 0-0 1-2 9 05 BARRETT f 1-7 0-3 0-1 3 12 MEKONGO MBALA f 2-5 1-3 0-1 3 10 GREEN g 8-17 2-4 7-7 6 34 GUILLANDEAUX g 4-9 1-5 3-4 0 00 PARTIN 2-4 0-1 1-1 1 20 WILLIAMS, J. 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 21 WILLIAMS, T. 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 31 JOHNSON 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 TEAM 3 Totals 21-49 4-16 15-20 28

F Pts 3 5 2 14 1 4 2 7 3 16 2 3 2 5 1 2 1 0 2 2 0 3 0 2

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

T 0 2 4 3 2 0 6 1 0 1 0 0

B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

63

12

19

1

F Pts 1 8 3 5 1 2 2 5 2 25 3 12 1 5 1 2 1 4 1 1

A 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 0 1 0

19

15

61

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

8 14

4

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

Min 13 30 25 22 32 8 17 18 1 14 6 14

7 200 S 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 3

Min 30 24 31 21 36 23 10 11 12 32

7 200

FG%: UD 41.2%, LAS 42.9%, 3FG%: UD 55.5%, LAS 25.0%, FT%: UD 80.0% , LAS 75.0% Officials: Paul Faia, Ron Tyburski, Gene Steratore Technical fouls: LaSalle-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 2,114 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 39 24 63 La Salle 28 33 61

Dayton 71 Xavier 58

The 49ers entered the contest losing eight of its last 10. However, Charlotte used a 19-4 run in the second half and got the Flyers in foul trouble to break the game open. Early on it looked as if Dayton was finding its offensive groove. The Flyers used runs of 9-2 and 7-0 to lead 37-33 at halftime. UD extended its halftime lead to 44-38 after a Devin Searcy hook shot with 16:04 to play. But Charlotte would regain the advantage with a 7-0 run capped by an open three-pointer to go up 47-46 with 13 minutes remaining. After a Marcus Johnson three, Charlotte went on another run and took a 55-49 lead with 8:05 left. Charlotte then captured the momentum for good with two dunks and two free throws to extend the lead to nine with less than six to play. The 49ers then extended their advantage to 65-52 before a Little alley-oop stopped the 49er run. However, Charlotte kept coming up with baskets an extended their lead at one point to 14. Dayton drops to 21-3 overall and 7-2 in the Atlantic 10 whiled the 49ers improve to 8-14 overall and 2-6 in the A-10. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 5-8 0-0 1-3 2 33 Wright f 2-6 0-0 1-2 1 41 Huelsman c 2-4 0-0 1-3 5 00 Perry g 2-3 2-3 0-0 1 01 Warren g 3-6 0-0 0-0 3 03 Lowery 3-7 1-3 1-5 4 04 Johnson, C. 4-5 2-2 3-3 7 22 Williams 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 23 Fabrizius 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 32 Johnson, M. 2-7 1-3 2-4 2 34 Searcy 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 TEAM 1 Totals 25-50 7-13 9-20 28

F Pts A T B S Min 4 11 3 0 0 0 22 5 5 1 5 2 0 24 0 5 0 1 0 0 23 1 6 1 1 0 1 22 4 6 5 3 0 2 21 3 8 2 1 0 0 20 3 13 0 3 1 1 23 3 0 0 1 0 0 12 0 3 0 1 0 0 5 0 7 1 0 0 0 16 2 2 1 0 0 1 12 1 25 66 14 17 3 5 200

Charlotte FG 3FG FT Reb 15 MACK f 6-15 2-7 6-6 5 21 WILDERNESS f 3-7 0-0 0-0 5 02 COLEY c 4-6 0-0 1-1 11 03 HARRIS g 3-8 1-2 6-8 1 11 ANDERSEN g 3-6 1-3 0-0 1 00 BARNETT 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 05 NGOUNDJO 0-0 0-0 2-2 2 14 CHURCH 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 22 COLEMAN 5-10 2-6 2-5 6 30 JONES 3-4 0-0 0-0 1 TEAM 4 1 Totals 27-56 6-18 19-24 36

F Pts A 4 20 1 2 6 1 2 9 1 1 13 12 0 7 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 14 1 4 6 1 1 16 79 17

T 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 3 0

B S Min 1 0 27 0 2 31 2 0 33 1 2 39 0 0 23 0 0 0+ 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 2 24 3 0 17

9

7

6 200

FG%: UD 50.0%, CHA 48.2%, 3FG%: UD 53.8%, CHA 33.3%, FT%: UD 45.0%, CHA 79.2% Officials: Robert Donato, Roger Ayers, Brian O’Connell Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Charlotte-TEAM. Attendance: 5,939 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 37 29 66 Charlotte 33 46 79

UD ARENA •

DAYTON, OH

Wright scored the last nine points for Dayton, which had lost to the Musketeers six times in the last two years. Dayton joined Duke as the only teams to shoot 50 percent from the field against Xavier, which got 17 points from Derrick Brown. Xavier turned the ball over on its first three possessions--C.J. Anderson drew two charging fouls, and the Musketeers had a shot clock violation. Dayton took advantage by pulling ahead 8-1. The Flyers led by as many as eight in the half, turning back a couple of Xavier rallied that cut the lead to one. With Lowery out, sophomore guard Stephen Thomas got an opportunity to play more than usual. Thomas, who hadn’t scored in the last seven games, hit a floating jumper and free throw in the closing minutes of the half, putting Dayton up 33-28 at the intermission. The Flyers’ problems deepened when point guard London Warren picked up his third foul only 13 seconds into the second half. Still, Xavier had a hard time taking advantage and putting together a run that would get them a lead. A pair of 3s by Wright helped the Flyers extend the lead to 47-39 while Warren was on the bench. Marcus Johnson made a driving basket and a 3-pointer, and Wright followed with a jumper in traffic that pushed the lead to 64-50 with 5:26 to go. Xavier never got closer than 10 the rest of the way. Xavier FG 3FG FT Reb 05 BROWN f 8-13 0-1 1-2 5 20 ANDERSON f 1-4 0-0 1-6 1 31 LOVE c 4-8 0-0 1-1 6 11 RAYMOND g 5-12 1-6 1-2 3 52 HOLLOWAY g 0-5 0-2 0-0 3 12 REDFORD 2-4 2-3 0-0 1 22 McLEAN 1-3 0-0 2-2 5 25 JACKSON 0-2 0-2 3-4 5 32 FREASE 2-4 0-0 0-0 2 TEAM 6 Totals 23-55 3-14 9-17 37 Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 0-3 0-0 3-6 2 33 Wright f 7-13 2-4 3-4 6 41 Huelsman f 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 01 Warren g 2-5 0-1 1-1 1 32 Johnson, M. g 6-10 1-3 0-1 3 00 Perry 3-8 1-4 0-0 2 03 Lowery 1-2 1-1 0-0 1 04 Johnson, C. 1-1 0-0 3-4 6 11 Thomas 2-4 0-0 1-2 4 22 Williams 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 34 Searcy 2-3 0-0 2-3 2 TEAM 1 Totals 26-52 6-14 13-21 29

F Pts 2 17 4 3 2 9 1 12 1 0 2 6 2 4 2 3 3 4

A 4 1 0 3 0 0 2 1 2

T 0 4 3 2 2 1 0 3 0

58

13

15

F Pts 1 3 3 19 5 2 4 5 3 13 0 7 0 3 1 5 0 5 0 3 3 6

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

19

20

71

B S Min 1 0 31 0 0 21 1 2 24 0 0 34 0 0 22 0 0 13 0 1 14 0 0 28 0 0 13 2

3 200

T B S Min 2 2 0 30 3 3 1 26 1 1 0 15 0 0 3 14 1 1 1 24 0 1 0 19 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 14 2 0 1 20 0 0 0 11 0 1 0 21

15 10

9

6 200

FG%: UD 50.0%, XU 41.8%, 3FG%: UD 42.9%, XU 21.4%, FT%: UD 61.9%, XU 52.9% Officials: Joe DeMayo, D.J. Carstensen, Kevin O’Connell Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Xavier-None. Attendance: 13,435 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Xavier 28 30 58 Dayton Flyers 33 38 71

Game #26

Dayton 69 Richmond 63 FEBRUARY 21, 2009 • CHAIFETZ ARENA • SAINT LOUIS, MO Chris Wright led the No. 25 Dayton Flyers will 11 points, but UD came up short in a 57-49 loss against the Saint Louis Billikens. Charles Little and Marcus Johnson added 10 points apiece as UD fell to 23-4 overall and 9-3 in the Atlantic 10. The loss was Dayton’s second in its last 11 games. Kevin Lisch had 16 points and six rebounds to lead Saint Louis while Tommie Liddell added 10 points and five assists for the Billikens (17-10, 8-5 Atlantic 10), which has won six of seven. Dayton trailed 28-24 at the half, but scored the first five points after the break to take its first lead. The game see-sawed after that with neither team leading by more than three until Kwamain Mitchell converted a three-point play that gave Saint Louis a 47-42 lead with 3:25 left. The Flyers pulled to 49-47 on Wright’s three free throws, but a 3-pointer from the right corner with 1:12 left pushed the lead to 52-49. Lisch made two free throws to gave Saint Louis a 54-47 lead with 38.9 seconds left, and hit three more from the line down the stretch to seal the win. Playing before the first packed house at Chaifetz Arena (10,603), Saint Louis scored first and stretched the lead to 22-12 when Mitchell drove to the basket and hit a runner with 8:43 left in the first half. The Flyers began to chip away after that. Dayton scored the last four points of the half on a drive by Mickey Perry and a baseline jumper by Paul Williams with 1:13 left that made it 28-24.

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Game #26 continued Richmond FG 3FG FT Reb 12 SMITH f 2-4 0-1 2-2 4 44 BUTLER f 3-6 0-3 1-2 4 04 GIDDINGS c 0-3 0-3 0-0 0 05 GONZALVEZ g 5-11 3-5 3-3 5 14 ANDERSON g 6-14 1-3 11-12 4 11 DUINKER 2-3 1-1 0-1 1 15 MARTEL 2-3 1-1 0-0 1 21 HOVDE 0-3 0-1 0-0 3 32 HARPER 0-3 0-2 0-1 5 TEAM 4 Totals 20-50 6-20 17-21 31 Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 2-2 0-0 3-5 4 33 Wright f 5-13 1-2 6-10 10 41 Huelsman f 3-3 0-0 2-5 7 01 Warren g 2-4 0-0 6-7 3 32 Johnson, M. g 2-5 0-2 2-3 0 00 Perry 1-7 0-5 0-0 1 04 Johnson, C. 1-2 1-1 0-0 2 11 Thomas 2-6 0-1 0-0 2 22 Williams 2-2 1-1 1-4 2 23 Fabrizius 1-3 1-2 0-0 0 34 Searcy 1-1 0-0 1-5 2 TEAM 2 Totals 22-48 4-14 21-39 35

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FEBRUARY 28, 2009 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OH The University of Dayton men’s basketball team employed eight-straight clutch free throws in the waning moments to hold off the Temple Owls 70-65 for a 19th straight home victory before a sold-out crowd at UD Arena on Saturday. The 19 straight wins on Tom Blackburn Court is the best home winning streak in UD Arena history, and the third-best in school history.

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The Flyers held the lead for the entire game, improving to 24-5. They picked up their 10th conference win, which puts UD in a second-place tie with Rhode Island in the A-10 standings. It is the first time the Flyers have mounted 24 wins in a regular season since 1953-54. Temple dropped to 17-11 and 9-5 in A-10 play.

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UD opened the game with some stifling defense and held Temple scoreless for the first 4:06. Meanwhile, on the offensive side of the ball the Flyers displayed a soft touch in the early going. Quick jumpers by Warren, Johnson and Stephen Thomas put Dayton on top 8-0 early. UD would go on to make seven of its first 10 shots from the field, including four straight from the three-point line.

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Dayton built its biggest lead of the half after a three-point shot by Perry, and the Flyers led it 26-14 with 8:46 to go. The Owls, however, would battle back over the next five minutes. TU’s Ryan Brooks free throw with 3:06 remaining cut the deficit to just four points, but it was all Chris Wright after that. The sophomore forward took over with four straight points to cap the opening stanza and give the Flyers a ten-point advantage heading into the locker room.

FG%: UD 45.8%, UR 40.0%, 3FG%: UD 28.6%, UR 30.0%, FT%: UD 53.8%, UR 81.0% Officials: Gene Steratore, Tracy Woodson, Jerry Heater Technical fouls: Richmond-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 13,435 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Richmond 29 34 63 Dayton Flyers 31 38 69

Game #27

Saint Louis 57 Dayton 49

Game #28

Rhode Island 93 Dayton 91 (OT)

FEBRUARY 21, 2009 • CHAIFETZ ARENA • SAINT LOUIS, MO

FEBRUARY 25, 2009 • RYAN CENTER • KINGSTON, RI

Chris Wright led the No. 25 Dayton Flyers will 11 points, but UD came up short in a 57-49 loss against the Saint Louis Billikens. Charles Little and Marcus Johnson added 10 points apiece as UD fell to 23-4 overall and 9-3 in the Atlantic 10. The loss was Dayton’s second in its last 11 games. Kevin Lisch had 16 points and six rebounds to lead Saint Louis while Tommie Liddell added 10 points and five assists for the Billikens (17-10, 8-5 Atlantic 10), which has won six of seven. Dayton trailed 28-24 at the half, but scored the first five points after the break to take its first lead. The game see-sawed after that with neither team leading by more than three until Kwamain Mitchell converted a three-point play that gave Saint Louis a 47-42 lead with 3:25 left. The Flyers pulled to 49-47 on Wright’s three free throws, but a 3-pointer from the right corner with 1:12 left pushed the lead to 52-49. Lisch made two free throws to gave Saint Louis a 54-47 lead with 38.9 seconds left, and hit three more from the line down the stretch to seal the win. Playing before the first packed house at Chaifetz Arena (10,603), Saint Louis scored first and stretched the lead to 22-12 when Mitchell drove to the basket and hit a runner with 8:43 left in the first half. The Flyers began to chip away after that. Dayton scored the last four points of the half on a drive by Mickey Perry and a baseline jumper by Paul Williams with 1:13 left that made it 28-24. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 05 LEE f 8-13 4-4 7-8 9 15 Little f 2-6 0-0 6-10 6 33 Wright f 3-9 0-1 5-8 7 41 Huelsman c 2-4 0-0 0-0 7 01 Warren g 1-8 0-0 1-4 4 32 Johnson, M. g 4-9 1-2 1-2 3 00 Perry 1-5 0-2 0-0 0 11 Thomas 0-3 0-1 0-0 2 22 Williams 2-6 0-1 0-0 6 23 Fabrizius 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 34 Searcy 1-2 0-0 0-0 6 TEAM 3 Totals 17-55 2-10 13-24 44

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Saint Louis FG 3FG FT Reb 14 CONKLIN f 4-6 0-0 1-2 5 33 REED f 1-4 0-0 0-2 2 03 MITCHELL g 2-9 0-5 4-5 2 21 LISCH g 3-8 1-3 9-10 6 25 LIDDELL III g 4-11 1-5 1-1 3 10 ECKERLE 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 15 EBERHARDT 4-4 1-1 0-0 8 23 CASSITY 0-1 0-1 0-2 1 41 THOMPSON 1-2 0-1 0-0 0 TEAM 4 Totals 19-45 3-16 16-24 31

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FG%: UD 30.9%, SLU 42.2%, 3FG%: UD 20.0%, SLU 18.8%, FT%: UD 54.2%, SLU 66.7% Officials: Gene Steratore, Eric Anderson, Dave Draucker Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Saint Louis-None. Attendance: 10,603 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 24 25 49 Saint Louis 28 29 57

A 21-point, eight rebound effort from Marcus Johnson was overshadowed as the Dayton Flyers fell 93-91 to the Rhode Island Rams on a last second shot in overtime. Dayton lost back-to-back games for the first time this season and three in a row on the road. UD dropped to 23-5 overall and 9-4 in the Atlantic 10. The loss was also the first of the season for Dayton in a game decided by five points or less. Johnson tied the game at 91-91 with 13 seconds on the clock thanks to a three-pointer from the wing. On URI’s next possession, Marquis Jones drove the lane and hit a reversed shot with no time remaining. The defeat overshadowed a valiant second-half comeback by the Flyers. In regulation Dayton rallied for a 10-point deficit with timely defensive plays to force the extra session. London Warren had a lay-up and a steal in the final 27 seconds of play to help UD force overtime. The Flyer defense then picked up the intensity and clawed back to tie the game at 72-72 when Warren sparked UD with two steals and a lay-up to lead the burst. Warren finished with six points, three rebounds, four assists and three steals. However, after both teams traded baskets, the Rams drew a Flyer foul and converted a three-point play to push the lead to 78-73 at the 1:35 mark. The Flyers responded when Perry tallied a three with 1:15 to cut the deficit to two. Perry scored all 11 of his points in the second half and finished the game 4-of-7 shooting from the field with two shots from beyond the arc. Dayton forced a missed shot and got the rebound on the next URI possession with 39 seconds in regulation. Dayton held a 35-31 advantage on the glass and forced 15 Rhode Island turnovers. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb 15 Little f 4-8 0-0 3-6 4 33 Wright f 6-10 0-0 5-8 4 41 Huelsman c 1-1 0-0 4-6 5 01 Warren. g 3-6 0-0 0-0 3 32 Johnson, M. g 7-14 3-4 4-8 8 00 Perry 4-7 2-4 1-1 0 04 Johnson, C. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 11 Thomas 2-5 1-2 0-0 4 22 Williams 1-1 0-0 2-2 1 23 Fabrizius 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 34 Searcy 4-6 0-0 2-3 1 TEAM 5 Totals 32-58 6-10 21-35 35 Rhode Island FG 3FG FT Reb 15 ULMER f 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 32 MARTELL f 0-0 0-0 1-2 4 33 SEAWRIGHT f 6-10 0-0 7-9 5 05 JONES g 5-6 2-3 1-1 2 20 BARON g 6-12 5-8 2-2 3 01 MEJIA 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 02 EAVES 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 21 JAMES 6-12 0-0 6-7 6 22 COTHRAN 7-14 3-5 2-6 3 54 FRANCIS 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 TEAM 2 Totals 31-60 10-17 21-29 31

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Dayton opened the second half with a 4-0 run to force an immediate Temple timeout with 18:59 to play. Wright picked up where he left off at the end of the first half, scoring UD’s first six points to give him 10 straight points as UD built its largest lead of the game, 48-32, with 13:36 remaining on a Perry free throw. Christmas began to get hot for the Owls, however, and after a 1-for-5 first half, the senior stroked six-of-11 (17 points) from the field in the second period. He cut the Flyer lead to five with an NBA range three with 2:28 to go and then again with a sneaky drive to the hoop. Senior Charles Little polished off two free throw attempts to preserve the Flyer win. Temple FG 3FG 24 ALLEN f 4-8 0-0 41 OLMOS c 5-5 0-0 02 BROOKS g 7-14 5-11 15 INGE g 2-5 0-1 22 CHRISTMAS g 7-16 5-12 04 FERNANDEZ 0-4 0-2 10 GUZMAN 0-2 0-0 50 ERIC 0-1 0-0 Totals 25-55 10-26 Dayton FG 15 Little f 2-8 33 Wright f 8-15 41 Huelsman f 1-4 01 Warren g 2-3 32 Johnson, Mg 5-11 00 Perry 2-3 04 Johnson, C 1-2 11 Thomas 1-2 22 Williams 1-1 34 Searcy 1-3 Totals 24-52

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3FG FT Reb F Pts A 0-0 3-4 5 0 7 0 0-3 4-4 5 1 20 1 0-0 0-0 2 2 2 2 0-0 0-1 9 2 4 8 2-5 2-2 5 2 14 4 1-2 5-8 1 2 10 2 1-1 2-3 3 0 5 0 1-1 0-0 0 2 3 4 1-1 0-0 0 1 3 0 0-0 0-0 3 2 2 0 6-13 16-22 36 14 70 21

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FG%: UD 46.2%, Temple 45.5%, 3FG%: UD 46.2%, Temple 38.5%, FT%: UD 72.7%, Temple 55.6% Officials: Frank Scagliotta, Mike Wood, Kevin O’Connell Technical fouls: Temple-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 13,435 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Temple 26 39 65 Dayton Flyers 36 34 70

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FG%: UD 55.2%, URI 51.7%, 3FG%: UD 60.0%, URI 58.8%, FT%: UD 60.0%, URI 72.4% Officials: Gary Prager, Will Bush, Ken Clark Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Rhode Island-None Attendance: 7,218 Score by Periods 1st 2nd OT Total Dayton Flyers 44 34 13 91 Rhode Island 52 26 15 93

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2008-2009 REVIEW Game #30

Game #31

xavier 70 Dayton 56

Game #32 Continued

DAYTON 74 Duquesne 61

MARCH 5, 2009 • CINTAS CENTER • CINCINNATI, OH

MARCH 7, 2009 • UD ARENA • DAYTON, OH

The 17th-ranked Musketeers beat Dayton 76-59 on Thursday night for their third straight Atlantic 10 regular-season championship.

Five first-half three-pointers from freshman Luke Fabrizius gave the University of Dayton Flyers a lead they would not surrender en route to a 74-61 victory over the Duquesne Dukes on Senior Day at UD Arena on Saturday.

The Musketeers put it away with a late surge by B.J. Raymond, a senior who forced shots while trying to make a final impression and opened the game in a 1-for-10 drought. He made 3s on consecutive possessions, pushing the lead to 65-52 with 4:23 left, and finished with 14 points. The Musketeers honored seniors C.J. Anderson and Raymond before their final home game, then watched Dante Jackson, a sophomore, get them off to a fast start. Jackson scored Xavier’s first 11 points, making three 3s on the way to an 11-2 lead. The three 3s matched Xavier’s total for the game in Dayton. Raymond, Anderson and junior Derrick Brown combined for only six points in the first half. While they struggled, the next wave of Musketeers - the ones who will try to make it four in a row next season - closed in on title No. 3. Freshmen Terrell Holloway, Brad Redford and Kenny Frease, along with Jackson and sophomore Jamel McLean, helped Xavier stretch the lead to 40-27 at halftime. Jackson had 11 points and McLean added 10, including two driving dunks. . Chris Wright, the Flyers’ leading scorer, picked up his third foul with 16:53 to go, heading to the bench with only two points. Wright returned and made a driving dunk, starting a six-point run that cut the lead to 47-41. Wright’s dunk was the first of two on the night for the high-flying sophomore, lifting one past Sean Finn into sole posession of the Flyer single-season dunk record with 44. Dayton’s five dunks in the game gives them 104 on the season. Xavier FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S 05 BROWN f 4-9 1-2 2-4 12 4 11 3 3 2 1 20 ANDERSON f 1-9 0-0 2-2 7 2 4 2 1 0 1 31 LOVE c 1-3 0-0 0-0 6 1 2 0 1 5 0 11 RAYMONDg 5-15 2-8 2-2 2 3 14 2 2 0 1 25 JACKSON g 4-7 3-5 3-4 8 2 14 3 1 0 3 12 REDFORD 3-6 3-6 0-0 0 1 9 0 2 0 0 22 McLEAN 4-4 0-0 2-2 5 1 10 2 1 2 0 32 FREASE 3-6 0-0 2-3 7 4 8 1 4 3 1 52 HOLLOWAY 2-6 0-2 0-0 1 1 4 2 1 0 2 Totals 27-65 9-23 13-17 49 19 76 15 16 12 9 200 Dayton FG 15 Little f 5-14 33 Wright f 4-9 41 Huelsman c 0-4 01 Warren g 1-5 32 Johnson, Mg 8-21 00 Perry 3-5 04 Johnson, C 1-3 11 Thomas 2-5 22 Williams 0-1 23 Fabrizius 0-0 Totals 24-67

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FG%: UD 35.8%, XU 41.5%, 3FG%: UD 27.3%, XU 39.1%, FT%: UD 61.5%, XU 76.5% Officials: John Cahill, Bob Donato, Bryan Kersey Technical fouls: Xavier-None. Dayton Flyers-None. Attendance: 10,250 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Xavier 40 36 70 Dayton Flyers 27 32 59

It was Dayton’s 25th win of the 2008-09 season, marking the most victories in the regular season in program history. UD improved to 25-6 (11-5 Atlantic 10) and finished the season undefeated at home. The Flyers have won 20 consecutive home contests, tying them with Pittsburgh for the nation’s third-longest home winning streak. It was also the first time Dayton has finished unbeaten at home while playing inside UD Arena. Little, who has seen significant action in all four seasons at UD, was honored in a pregame ceremony in front of a sell-out crowd of 13,435. Once the game was underway, he wasted no time getting in on the Senior Day festivities. Chris Wright won the opening tip, which resulted in an alley-oop dunk from junior London Warren to Little just two seconds into the game. Little did Dayton know that the shot by Fabrizius would spark Dayton - and Fabrizius himself - for the rest of the first half. Fabrizius buried five threepointers in the last 8:13 to help UD outscored Duquesne 28-10 until halftime. The Flyers went into halftime holding a 49-36 lead, led by 15 points from Fabrizius on 5-of-6 shooting from behind the arc. Little was also in double figures with 10 points on 5-of-5 shooting. Duquesne kept it close to begin the second half, but a three-pointer by Perry followed by a three-point play by Warren put distance between the teams again with 11:30 remaining, 61-45. A lay-up by Fabrizius with 4:14 remaining gave UD its first advantage of at least 20 points as it opened a 72-51 lead. With the game in hand at the 2:20 mark, Little exited the game to a standing ovation and hugs from his coaches and teammates. Dayton ran out the clock for the 74-61 victory. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb F 15 Little f 5-7 0-0 0-0 7 2 33 Wright f 3-8 1-3 4-8 5 2 41 Huelsman f 0-1 0-0 1-2 6 2 01 Warren g 3-7 0-0 1-1 2 2 32 Johnson, M g 3-6 1-2 2-4 5 1 00 Perry 2-3 1-2 2-2 2 2 04 Johnson, C 2-4 0-2 1-4 5 1 11 Thomas 0-2 0-2 0-1 2 1 22 Williams 3-7 1-2 0-1 4 3 23 Fabrizius 6-9 5-8 0-0 2 1 Totals 27-54 9-21 11-23 41 17

Pts A T B S Min 10 3 1 0 0 27 11 1 2 0 0 22 1 1 1 0 1 14 7 8 1 0 3 24 9 1 0 0 0 25 7 1 2 0 0 18 5 1 3 1 0 15 0 3 3 0 0 17 7 1 1 0 0 19 17 0 0 0 0 19 74 20 14 1 4 200

Duquesne FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S Min 23 BOLDING f 2-6 0-1 0-0 1 3 4 1 0 0 1 24 25 SAUNDERS f 2-8 0-4 0-0 8 3 4 3 1 4 3 35 30 CLARK f 4-11 2-9 2-4 7 2 12 0 5 0 2 26 01 JACKSON g 4-8 0-2 8-8 8 3 16 7 3 0 3 40 13 DUTY g 1-4 1-3 0-0 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 22 02 ROBINSON 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 6 03 EVANS 1-6 0-2 1-4 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 18 22 THEIS 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 32 MONTEIRO 5-10 1-2 1-2 4 3 12 0 2 0 0 24 54 LEWINSON 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 Totals 22-57 5-25 12-18 32 18 61 12 11 4 9 200

FG%: UD 42.0%, DU 44.7%, 3FG%: UD 31.6%, DU 42.1%, FT%: UD 60.7%, DU 70.6% Officials: D.J. Carstensen, Bo Boroski, Bryan Anslinger Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Duquesne-None. Attendance: 13,435 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 49 25 74 Duquesne 36 25 61

Game #32

DAYTON 69, Richmond 64 MARCH 12, 2009 • ATLANTIC CITY, NJ • ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONSHIP • QUARTERFINALS Dayton Flyers picked up a 69-64 victory over the Richmond Spiders in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Championship. The Flyers improved to 26-6 overall and advanced to the A-10 Semifinals for the fifth time in school history. Richmond kept the game close early in the second half. Marcus Johnson hit a jumper and Warren added a lay-up to give UD its largest lead at 42-35 at the 13:29 mark. Fabrizius sank another thee and Paul Williams hit two free throws to extend the UD lead to 53-44 lead with less than nine minutes remaining. However, the Spiders kept crawling back and went on a 9-1 run to cut the Flyer lead to 54-53 with 6:32 remaining. Marcus Johnson ended the rally with back-to-back three-pointers from the wing to put the Flyers back ahead by six at 60-54. The Spiders would eventually cut the UD advantage to 65-60 at the 1:18 mark. After a Flyer defensive stop, Warren converted two free throws to keep Richmond at a distance. The UD is 2-2 in the A-10 semis and is making its first appearance since 2004.

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Richmond FG 04 GIDDINGS f 2-8 05 GONZALVEZf 1-7 12 SMITH f 1-2 14 ANDERSON g 8-17 44 BUTLER g 5-10 11 DUINKER 1-2 15 MARTEL 0-2 32 HARPER 2-6 Totals 20-54

3FG FT Reb F Pts A 0-3 3-4 4 4 7 1 1-3 4-4 9 4 7 2 0-0 4-6 4 4 6 0 2-3 6-9 3 3 24 2 1-4 2-2 2 5 13 2 0-1 1-1 0 1 3 1 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 0 0-3 0-0 2 2 4 1 4-18 20-26 29 24 64 9

Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb F 15 Little f 3-5 0-0 3-6 7 2 33 Wright f 2-5 0-0 4-8 5 4 41 Huelsman c 1-6 0-0 0-1 6 2 01 Warren g 2-4 0-0 4-4 5 4 32 Johnson, M g 6-10 2-5 1-6 1 3 00 Perry 1-7 0-4 0-4 5 1 04 Johnson, C 3-5 0-1 4-6 9 3 22 Williams 1-3 0-1 2-2 2 1 23 Fabrizius 4-7 3-6 0-0 4 2 Totals 23-52 5-17 18-37 47 22

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Pts A T B S Min 9 2 0 0 1 26 8 1 2 1 2 23 2 1 1 1 0 24 8 5 4 1 2 30 15 1 2 1 1 30 2 3 0 1 1 24 10 0 1 0 0 14 4 0 2 0 0 15 11 0 1 0 0 14 69 13 13 5 7 200

FG%: UD 44.2%, UR 37.0%, 3FG%: UD 29.4%, UR 22.2%, FT%: UD 48.6%, UR 76.9% Officials: Ray Perone, Kevin O’Connell, Kevin Ferguson Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Richmond-None. Attendance: 4,333 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Richmond 25 39 64 Dayton Flyers 28 41 69

Game #33

Duquesne 77, dayton 66 MARCH 13, 2009 • ATLANTIC CITY, NJ • ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONSHIP • SEMIFINALS Despite a career-high 12 assists from London Warren, the Dayton Flyers fell to the Duquesne Dukes 77-66 in the semifinals of the 2009 Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Championship. Turnovers and excellent field goal shooting by the Dukes hindered the Flyers’ chances to advance to the A-10 Final. Duquesne shot 53 percent from the floor and converted 10-of-26 shots from beyond the arc. Dayton had 16 miscues and shot just 7-of-25 from three-point range and at one point missed eight consecutive attempts. The Dukes would take a 35-29 lead at the half after shooting 56 percent from the field and forcing nine UD turnovers. At one point Duquesne built an 11-point first half lead thanks to a late 12-2 run. During the first half, Warren dished out six assists with zero turnovers while Marcus Johnson led Dayton with seven first half points. The Flyers shot 42 percent from the field and hit 4-of-10 three pointers. Duquesne built up a 61-43 advantage with 6:38 to go, but the Flyers countered with an 11-2 run of its own. Two Perry buckets, two Wright dunks and a Little field goal pulled the Flyers within nine at the 3:30 mark. Despite the late rally, Duquesne continued to hit free throws and stifle the Dayton offense just enough to hang on for the win. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S Min 15 Little f 6-8 0-0 1-4 6 2 13 0 2 0 3 32 33 Wright f 5-8 0-2 2-2 6 4 12 1 5 1 0 25 41 Huelsman c 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 19 01 Warren g 0-4 0-0 0-1 5 5 0 12 2 0 2 31 32 Johnson, M g 5-16 1-9 0-0 4 3 11 3 3 0 0 32 00 Perry 6-11 3-3 0-0 3 1 15 1 0 1 0 18 04 Johnson, C 1-5 1-3 4-4 3 3 7 0 2 0 0 11 11 Thomas 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 6 22 Williams 0-4 0-4 0-0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 12 23 Fabrizius 2-4 2-4 0-0 2 1 6 0 0 0 0 11 34 Searcy 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 Totals 26-62 7-25 7-11 40 22 66 19 16 2 5 200 Duquesne FG 3FG FT Reb F 23 BOLDING f 8-11 7-10 1-2 6 1 25 SAUNDERS f 5-9 0-3 0-0 6 3 01 JACKSON g 9-14 3-5 3-6 5 2 13 DUTY g 1-3 0-2 0-2 1 1 30 CLARK g 0-2 0-2 5-6 6 3 03 EVANS 3-10 0-4 6-6 1 3 32 MONTEIRO 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 Totals 26-49 10-26 15-22 26 14

Pts A T B S Min 24 1 0 0 1 40 10 4 0 4 3 39 24 5 6 0 1 40 2 1 1 0 1 21 5 0 1 0 0 25 12 2 2 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 4 77 13 10 4 6 200

FG%: UD 41.9%, DU 53.1%, 3FG%: UD 28.0%, DU 38.5%, FT%: UD 63.6%, DU 68.2% Officials: Frank Scagliotta, Joe DeMayo, Jeff Clark Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Duquesne-None. Attendance: 6,160 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 29 37 66 Duquesne 35 42 77 ls


Game #35

Kansas 60, dayton 43 MARCH 22, 2009 • METRODOME • MINNEAPOLIS, MN • NCAA MEN’s CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT • SECOND ROUND The long arms of Cole Aldrich forced the Dayton Flyers down for a rough landing. Aldrich, the 6-foot-11 Kansas sophomore, posted a triple-double with 13 points, 20 rebounds and 10 blocked shots to lead the defending NCAA champions past the 11th-seeded Flyers 60-43 in the second round Sunday. This was Dayton’s lowest scoring total of the season. The Flyers shot 9-for-40 in the first half, and the misses didn’t stop there. Mickey Perry’s layup cut the Kansas edge to 35-30 midway through the second half, but with Aldrich getting a brief break on the bench Tyrel Reed sank a 3-pointer and Collins followed with a layup to stretch the lead back to 10. During a 10-minute stretch, with Aldrich gobbling up those wayward shots and swatting some of them away before they even got to the rim, the Flyers went 3-for-20. Meanwhile, the Jayhawks - who weren’t in rhythm offensively and sure needed Aldrich’s altering presence underneath on defense - ran away. The Flyers (27-8), one of four teams given at-large bids from conferences other than the big six, already had their first NCAA tourney win since 1990 but they were after more than that. Wright and Charles Little shot a combined 16-for-27 in the first round, a 68-60 victory over West Virginia, but all of the Flyers were way off at the beginning of this game. They’re so fast and such high jumpers that sometimes they play out of control, and few of their early looks at the basket could fairly have been called good shots. UD was 1-for-12 from the floor at one point, going more than 6 minutes without a make, until freshman Luke Fabrizius swished the first of his two 3-pointers to cut the Kansas lead to 13-7. The TV microphone on Dayton’s rim was cranked way up for a few possessions, exaggerating each brick with a fittingly amplified clang. The Jayhawks didn’t seize their opportunity to build a big advantage. Collins was in his usual get-to-the-lane high gear, scoring 14 points before halftime, but Kansas missed nine of 11 attempts from 3-point range and, worse, seven of 10 foul shots. Aldrich was all over the boards, but after an early series of putback, tip-in and up-and-under layup on three straight possessions, he stopped attacking the basket with the same aggression and had two passes out of the post go for turnovers. He did, however, convert a three-point play after relentlessly staying with the rebound of his own miss and give the Jayhawks a 29-23 lead at the break.

Game #34

DAYTON 68, west virginia 60 MARCH 20, 2009 • METRODOME • MINNEAPOLIS, MN • NCAA MEN’s CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT • FIRST ROUND It would be hard to imagine a player and moniker meshing more seamlessly than Chris Wright and the Dayton Flyers. With dunks exceeded in ferocity only by the altitude of their apex, Wright lifted Dayton to heights not seen on its Ohio campus in nearly 20 years. Wright scored a career-high 27 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the 11th-seeded Flyers to a 68-60 win over sixth-seeded West Virginia on Friday in the Midwest Regional, their first victory in the NCAA tournament since 1990. Charles Little added 18 points for once-mighty Dayton (27-7), which had been 1-13 against coach Bon Huggins’ teams dating to his days storming up and down the Cincinnati sideline. Wright, the highest of the Flyers from Dayton, threw down a one-handed goal-shaker off an inbounds pass and then a soaring tomahawk dunk in transition for a 46-37 lead with 14 minutes left in the game. He converted two three-point plays off dunks, with teammate Mickey Perry’s mother hollering “Put them in the hole, Superman!” while the free throws splashed through. But Bryant hit two 3-pointers, Ebanks dunked and Da’Sean Butler kissed a jumper off the glass to pull West Virginia within 48-47 with 11 minutes to play. That’s when the Flyers really locked down defensively, holding the Mountaineers to just seven free throws over the next eight minutes to regain control. Wright’s fifth dunk of the game, a LeBron-like hammer in transition, punctuated Dayton’s first NCAA tournament win since an 88-86 triumph over Illinois in the first round in 1990.

West Virginia got here after enduring a brutal Big East season, then beating Notre Dame and Pittsburgh in the conference tournament to cement their bid. In two short years, Huggins has remade the Mountaineers from a team that relied on sneaky backdoor cuts and 3-point shooting under John Beilein to a physical, defensive-minded club in his own image. Dayton was at its best in the first half against West Virginia, holding the Mountaineers to 32 percent shooting and forcing seven turnovers to take a 33-28 lead. West Virginia’s two leading scorers -- Butler and Alex Ruoff -- both had off games against Dayton’s smothering defense. Butler finished with 13 points on 4-for-13 shooting and Ruoff had just nine while battling foul trouble. Dayton FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A 15 Little f 8-11 0-0 2-3 2 2 18 2 33 Wright f 10-16 1-1 6-7 10 1 27 2 41 Huelsman c 1-5 0-0 1-3 5 1 3 0 01 Warreng 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 4 2 9 32 Johnson, M g 3-10 2-4 2-4 4 3 10 0 00 Perry 1-3 0-2 3-6 3 4 5 0 04 Johnson, C 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 1 11 Thomas 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 22 Williams 1-3 1-2 0-0 0 2 3 0 34 Searcy 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 3 0 0 Totals 25-54 4-10 14-23 32 22 68 14 West Virginia FG 01 Butler f 4-13 03 Ebanks f 5-13 35 Smith f 0-2 22 Ruoff g 4-11 25 Bryant g 5-9 02 Thoroughman 0-0 04 West 0-0 05 Jones 0-1 20 Sowards 0-0 41 Flowers 0-0 Totals 18-49

T B S Min 0 0 0 31 3 2 0 34 0 0 0 27 1 0 2 27 0 0 1 36 3 0 2 17 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 11 1 0 0 6 9 2 5 200

3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S Min 0-6 4-4 5 4 12 1 5 1 0 34 0-2 4-5 12 0 14 3 0 2 0 40 0-2 1-2 2 3 1 2 1 0 0 19 1-4 0-2 5 5 9 0 2 1 1 24 4-6 7-8 1 2 21 3 2 0 0 34 0-0 0-0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 14 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 1-2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 14 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 2-2 4 3 2 1 0 0 1 18 5-20 19-25 37 21 60 10 11 4 2 200

FG%: UD 46.3%, WVU 36.7%, 3FG%: UD 40.0%, WVU 25.0%, FT%: UD 60.9%, WVU 76.0% Officials: Paul Janssen, David Hall, William Kennedy Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. West Virginia-None. Attendance: 15,794 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 33 35 68 West Virginia 28 32 60

The official list of NCAA tournament triple-doubles dates to 1986, when steals and blocks were formally added as statistics. Assists were added in 1984. Oscar Robertson and Magic Johnson had a handful of unofficial triple-doubles before the stats were streamlined. The last one was in this building, actually, by Dwyane Wade for Marquette in the 2003 regional final win over Kentucky. Dayton FG 15 Little f 2-10 33 Wright f 4-16 41 Huelsman c 0-2 01 Warren g 2-5 32 Johnson, M g 1-11 00 Perry 4-12 04 Johnson, C 0-3 11 Thomas 0-0 22 Williams 1-3 23 Fabrizius 2-7 24 Hendrick 0-0 30 Fox 0-0 34 Searcy 0-3 Totals 16-72

3FG 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-4 1-4 0-1 0-0 1-2 2-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-19

FT Reb F Pts A T B S Min 2-2 9 3 6 2 0 0 0 26 2-2 9 3 10 0 4 3 0 28 2-2 3 5 2 1 2 0 2 15 0-0 1 1 4 2 3 1 3 27 0-0 3 2 2 0 1 0 2 28 1-2 4 2 10 1 1 1 3 18 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0-0 5 4 3 0 0 0 2 17 0-0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 11 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 12 7-8 43 23 43 7 11 6 13 200

Kansas FG 3FG FT Reb F Pts A T B S Min 22 Morris f 0-1 0-0 0-2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 14 45 Aldrich c 6-12 0-0 1-3 20 2 13 1 5 10 0 31 04 Collins g 11-19 1-4 2-4 7 2 25 2 0 0 1 35 12 Morningstar g 0-4 0-4 0-0 2 2 0 2 3 0 0 32 15 Taylor g 1-5 0-1 1-3 3 1 3 3 6 0 1 27 02 Teahan 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 Bechard 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 Thomas 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 14 Reed 1-5 1-5 6-6 3 0 9 0 0 0 1 21 21 Morris 1-3 0-1 0-1 5 1 2 1 0 1 0 17 23 Little 3-4 1-1 0-1 6 1 7 0 1 1 1 16 24 Releford 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 32 Appleton 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 41 Buford 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 54 Kleinmann 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 23-53 3-16 11-22 50 11 60 9 17 12 5 200

FG%: UD 22.2%, KU 43.4%, 3FG%: UD 21.1%, KU 18.8%, FT%: UD 87.5%, KU 50.0% Officials: Paul Janssen, David Hall, J.D. Collins Technical fouls: Dayton Flyers-None. Kansas-None. Attendance: 14,279 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Dayton Flyers 23 20 43 Kansas 29 31 60

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2008-2009 REVIEW The presidents and chancellors of Atlantic 10 institutions have made a strong commitment to making the academic and athletics equation work. Over the years, the league membership has strived to better recognize the academic accomplishments of its student-athletes. The Commissioner’s Honor Roll, which cites every Atlantic 10 student-athlete with a 3.5 grade point average or better, recognized 1,247 student-athletes in the Fall 2007 while 1,106 were named to the Spring 2008 Honor Roll.

Atlantic 10 Conference 230 South Broad Street Suite 1700 Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 545-6678 Fax: (215) 545-3342 www.atlantic10.org

Commissioner:...................................... Bernadette V. McGlade Associate Commissioner:................................. Jackie Campbell Associate Commissioner:........................................... Ray Cella Assistant Commissioner:................................Celene McGowan Assistant Commissioner:....................................... Megan Kahn Director of Communications:............................... Stephen Haug Associate Director of Communications:............AnnMarie Person Assistant Director of Championships:........................ Brad Jones Assistant Director of Compliance:............................ Kelly Webb Communications Intern:........................................... Ben Rohde Championships Intern:...........................................Pat Halloran Coord. of Men’s Basketball Officials:......................... Jim Satalin Coord. of Women’s Basketball/Field Hockey Officials:......... Marie Koch Assg. of Soccer/Softball Officials:..................... Nick Cinquanto Assg. of Volleyball Officials:.....................................Bill Stevens Assg. of Baseball Officials:..................................... Nick Zibelli

On March 2, 1975, the idea of what is now the Atlantic 10 Conference was conceived. What started as an eight-school, men’s basketball-only affiliation has grown into a 14-university, 21-sport league that is universally hailed as one of the best conferences in the country. That growth and prominence is a direct result of the ideals and commitments of the member institutions of the Atlantic 10 - the University of Dayton, Duquesne University, Fordham University, The George Washington University, La Salle University, University of Massachusetts, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, University of Rhode Island, University of Richmond, St. Bonaventure University, Saint Joseph’s University, Saint Louis University, Temple University, and Xavier University. On June 2, 2008, Bernadette V. McGlade was named the fifth full-time commissioner in Conference history, replacing Linda Bruno, who held the position for 13 years. McGlade’s experience in collegiate athletics as a student-athlete, coach and administrator spans more than thirty years. “Bernadette’s deep experience with arguably the class-act athletic conference [Atlantic Coast Conference] in the country makes us incredibly excited to be bringing her on board as commissioner of the Atlantic 10 Conference,” said Father Michael Graham, Xavier University president and president of the Atlantic 10 Presidents’ Council.

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The league sponsors Academic All-Conference teams in each of its sports and honors one student-athlete per sport as the A-10 Student-Athlete of the Year. In 2007-08, 192 student-athletes earned Academic All-Conference recognition. Moreover, the Atlantic 10 provides four postgraduate scholarship grants to qualified student-athletes. The Atlantic 10 Conference had 34 teams among the 712 Division I sports teams honored by the NCAA with public recognition awards for their latest multi-year Academic Progress Rate scores. These teams posted multi-year APR scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. Saint Louis and Xavier led the Atlantic 10 in the number of high-performing squads receiving awards with six teams each. In 20 of the 21 sports sponsored by the Atlantic 10, the league’s Academic Progress Rates (APR) were at or above the conference average nationally according to the most recent data released by the NCAA. Men’s swimming & diving standout Brad Byars of Saint Louis was among 58 NCAA winter-sport student-athletes to earn an educational grant for the upcoming academic year through the NCAA postgraduate scholarship program. Byars will continue his education at Saint Louis University where he will pursue a Juris Doctorate and Masters of Health Care Administration. The Atlantic 10 Conference, with a total population of nearly 74 million people within its geographic footprint of eight states and the District of Columbia, will crown champions in 21 sports this season: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s golf, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track & field, women’s rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming & diving, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. 2007-08 REVIEW For the 14th time in Conference history and fifth since 2000, the Atlantic 10 Conference ear ned multiple at-large berths to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament as league champion Temple was joined by Xavier and Saint Joseph’s in the field of 65. Xavier advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the second time in program annals and became the 11th team to reach the Elite Eight as a member of the Atlantic 10. XU ended the year ranked eighth by ESPN/USA Today and 12th by the Associated Press. Charlotte, Dayton, Massachusetts and Rhode Island earned NIT bids, with Dayton advancing to the quarterfinals and UMass reaching the finals. In addition, Richmond garnered a berth in the inaugural 16-team College Basketball Invitational In women’s basketball, George Washington reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year and was joined in the tournament by Temple and A-10 champion Xavier. It marked the third time in four seasons that three teams from the Conference received NCAA berths. Charlotte and Dayton also represented the league in postseason play as they garnered WNIT bids. For the first time since 1985, two teams from the Atlantic 10 advanced to the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship as A-10 champion Dayton and runner-up Xavier earned berths. It marked the Musketeers’ first-ever NCAA at-large bid, while UD reached the second round for the first time since 2003. In men’s soccer, A-10 champion Massachusetts reached the semifinals of the NCAA College Cup and ended the year ranked fourth in the final NSCAA/Adidas top 25, while Saint Louis made its second consecutive NCAA appearance and earned a No. 12 ranking in the NSCAA/Adidas poll at the end of the season. Charlotte seized its first-ever A-10 women’s soccer championship and third NCAA Tournament berth. In softball, UMass won its 20th league championship and advanced to the NCAA Regional finals, Richmond captured its seventh straight A-10 women’s swimming & diving championship and Massachusetts took home the men’s crown for the third consecutive year and 10th time overall. Charlotte climbed to 18th in the national baseball polls during the regular season and defended its A-10 title, while Temple took home its first league championship in women’s lacrosse since 2004. In cross country, La Salle won its fourth consecutive women’s crown while the Explorers’ men’s team won their sixth title in the past seven years. Massachusetts captured its first A-10 field hockey championship since 2001 and downed Princeton in NCAA play.

Charlotte defended its league title in men’s golf and earned the school’s first-ever No. 1 ranking in any sport during the regular season. The 49ers finished in a tie for eighth at the NCAA Championship and ended the year ranked in the top 10 in every major poll. Xavier won its first-ever men’s tennis title and earned the accompanying NCAA automatic berth, while Temple claimed its first A-10 women’s tennis crown since 2003. Rhode Island’s women’s rowing team claimed its first-ever A-10 championship, Charlotte defended its women’s indoor and outdoor track & field titles, the 49ers’ men’s team captured the indoor crown while Rhode Island won its third consecutive men’s outdoor track & field championship. In all, 437 teams have represented the Atlantic 10 Conference in postseason play since the 1976-77 campaign. Individually, the 2007-08 campaign was a great success both in competition and in the classroom. Kimberly Beck of George Washington garnered Associated Press and WBCA honorable mention women’s basketball All-America honors in addition to being tabbed a finalist for the Nancy Lieberman Award, presented to the nation’s top point guard. Massachusetts senior Gary Forbes, the 2008 Atlantic 10 Player of the Year in men’s basketball, was named an honorable mention All-America by the Associated Press, while Stanley Burrell of Xavier was tabbed a Defensive All-America by CollegeInsider.com. Massachusetts’ Zack Simmons, a member of the College Cup All-Tournament Team, was named a third-team men’s soccer AllAmerica and the Umbro/Soccer News National Player of the Year. Calum Angus of Saint Louis garnered second-team men’s soccer All-America acclaim and Charlotte women’s soccer standouts Whitney Bryant and Sam Huecker earned fourth-team freshman All-America honors. Charlotte catcher Chris Taylor, the Atlantic 10 Co-Player of the Year, earned third-team All-America baseball honors, while Billy Barber of Richmond and Charlotte’s Corey Shaylor and Joe Yermal garnered freshman All-America accolades. In softball, Massachusetts junior Brandice Balschmiter received second-team All-America distinction, her third All-America honor in as many seasons. Alli Lokey of Temple was named a second-team All-America in field hockey, while Temple’s Whitney Richards received third-team women’s lacrosse All-America honors. Teammates Jonas Enander Hedin and Corey Nagy of Charlotte garnered third-team and honorable mention All-America golf honors, respectively, with Enander Hedin being tabbed a finalist for the prestigious Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year awards. Jamie-Lee Richards and Erin Schroeder of Dayton and Xavier’s Jill Quayle received honorable mention All-America honors in women’s volleyball; La Salle’s Sean Quigley claimed All-America honors in men’s indoor (3,000 meters/5,000 meters) and outdoor (10,000 meters) track & field; teammates Lauren Beaudreau and Katie Sieben of Richmond qualified for the U.S. Olympic Women’s Swimming & Diving Trials, while Quigley competed in the 10,000 meters at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Atlantic 10 student-athletes thrived in the classroom as well. In all, 12 Atlantic 10 student-athletes were named to ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic All-America teams. First-team Academic All-America honorees were Lamarra Currie of Charlotte (women’s track & field), St. Bonaventure’s Randy Moley (baseball), Lindsey Ozimek of Charlotte (women’s soccer) and Fordham’s Mary Beth Puccio (softball). Second-team Academic All-Americans included Paul Amess (men’s golf) of Temple, St. Bonaventure’s Brianna Bricker (softball), Jonas Enander Hedin (men’s golf) of Charlotte, Dayton’s Laura Matthews (softball) and Doug Rappaport (men’s soccer) of Massachusetts. Those named third-team Academic All-Americans included Kaelyn Caldwell (women’s soccer) of Massachusetts, George Washington’s Sarah-Jo Lawrence (women’s basketball) and Katelyn Murray (women’s basketball) of St. Bonaventure. Charlotte’s Lindsey Ozimek (women’s soccer) was named to the Lowe’s Senior CLASS All-America first-team, while Carlene Hightower (women’s basketball) of La Salle, George Washington’s Sarah-Jo Lawrence (women’s basketball) and Brian Roberts of Dayton (men’s basketball) garnered second-team distinction. The Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award recognizes student-athletes for great achievement during competition and in the classroom while celebrating the loyalty of seniors who honor their four-year commitment to their universities. The acronym “CLASS” stands for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School.


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Creighton

BLUEJAYS Saturday, November 14 – UD Arena

Basketball Tournament at Coliseo de Puerto Rico

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: .........................Omaha, NE Enrollment: .............................. 7,000 Arena: ..............Qwest Center Omaha Capacity: .............................. 17,272

2009 O’REILLY AUTO PARTS PUERTO RICO TIP-OFF

2008-09 Record: ....................... 27-8 Conference Record: . .................. 14-4 Postseason: . ................................ NIT Series with UD:.....UD Leads Series 6-4

Hosted by The BIG EAST Conference

HEAD COACH Dana Altman Alma Mater: ........................... Eastern New Mexico, 1980 Record at School: ..........................309-160 (16th Season) Career Record: ............................. 392-227 (21st Season) Assistant Coaches:..................................... Darian DeVries ........................................................................Brian Fish ......................................................................Todd Eisner

MEDIA RELATIONS Contact: ...................................................................................... Rob Anderson Phone: .....................................................................................(402) 280-5544 Fax:..........................................................................................(402) 280-5596 Email:..........................................................................randerson@creighton.edu

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Georgia Tech

Villanova

YELLOW JACKETS

WILDCATS

Thursday, November 19 – San Juan, PR – Puerto Rico Tip-off

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: .........................Atlanta, GA Enrollment:............................ 12, 973 Arena: Alexander Memorial Coliseum Capacity:.................................. 9,191

Friday, November 20 – San Juan, PR – Puerto Rico Tip-off

SCHOOL INFORMATION 2008-09 Record:...................... 12-19 Conference Record:..................... 2-14 Postseason:.. ACC Tournament 2nd Rnd Series with UD: ....UD Leads Series 1-0

Location: ....................... Villanova, PA Enrollment: .............................. 6,240 Arena: .The Pavilion / Wachovia Center Capacity: ..................6,500 / 20,056

2008-09 Record: ....................... 30-8 Conference Record: . .................. 13-5 Postseason: . ............ NCAA Final Four Series with UD: ....UD Leads Series 5-4

HEAD COACH Paul Hewitt

HEAD COACH

Alma Mater: ................................... St. John Fisher (1985) Record at School: ..........................154-131 (10th Season) Career Record:..............................220-159 (13th Season) Assistant Coaches: ....................................John O’Connor .................................................................. Peter Zaharis

Alma Mater: ............................................ Bucknell (1983) Record at School: ................................................. 178-91 Career Record: .................................................. 300-176 Assistant Coaches: ....................................... Chris Walker ...................................................................... Doug West ................................................................ Jason Donnelly

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ........................................................................................Dean Buchan Phone: .....................................................................................(404) 894-5445 Fax:..........................................................................................(404) 894-1248 Email: ..................................................................dbuchan@athletics.gatech.edu

Contact: ......................................................................................Mike Sheridan Phone: .....................................................................................(610) 519-4120 Fax:..........................................................................................(610) 519-7323 Email: ................................................................. michael.sherian@villanova.edu

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Kansas State

Towson

WILDCATS

TIGERS

TBD – San Juan, PR – Puerto Rico Tip-off

SCHOOL INFORMA-

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:...................... Manhattan, Ks Enrollment:............................. 23,520 Arena:.................. Bramlage Coliseum Capacity:................................ 12,528

2008-09 Record:...................... 22-12 Conference Record:....................... 9-7 Postseason:................................... NIT Series with UD: ...............First Meeting

Location: .........................Towson, MD Enrollment: ............................ 19,758 Arena: ........................ Towson Center Capacity: ................................ 4.500

2008-09 Record: ..................... 12-22 Conference Record:..................... 5-13 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD: ....UD Leads Series 3-1

HEAD COACH Frank Martin

HEAD COACH

Alma Mater:.............................Florida International, 1993 Record at School: .........................................43-24 (Third) Career Record: ............................................43-24 (Third) Assistant Coaches: ......................................... Dalonte Hill ............................................................. Brad Underwood ..................................................................... Matt Figger

Alma Mater: ............King’s College of Pennsylvania (1975) Record at School:........................................... (7th Season) Career Record: ............................. 474-407 (31st Season) Assistant Coaches: .............................................. Jim Meil ......................................................................Danny Nee ................................................................. Allen Edwards

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: .......................................................................................... Tom Gilbert Phone: .....................................................................................(785) 532-7979 Fax: .........................................................................................(785) 532-6093 Email:.........................................................................klannou@kstatesports.com

Contact: .......................................................................................... Peter Schler Phone: .....................................................................................(410) 704-2232 Fax:..........................................................................................(410) 704-3861 Email: ................................................................................ pschler@towson.edu

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Pat Kennedy

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Miami

Lehigh

REDHAWKS

MOUNTAIN

Wednesday, December 2 – Millett Hall

SCHOOL INFORMALocation: .........................Oxford, OH Enrollment: ............................ 15,766 Arena: .............................. Millett Hall Capacity: ................................ 9,200

2008-09 Record: ..................... 17-13 Conference Record: . .................. 10-6 Postseason: . .............................. N/A Series with UD: .UD Leads Series 66-61

HEAD COACH Charlie Coles

Saturday, December 5 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMALocation: ......................Bethlehem, PA Enrollment: .............................. 4,856 Arena: ......................... Stabler Arena Capacity: ................................ 5,600

2008-09 Record:...................... 15-14 Conference Record: . .................... 5-9 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD: ...............First Meeting

HEAD COACH Brett Reed

Alma Mater: ........................................Miami (OH), 1965 Record at School: ..........................316-252 (19th Season) Career Record:..............................224-168 (13th Season) Assistant Coaches:............................. Jermaine Henderson .....................................................................Ryan Pedon ......................................................... Jason Grunkemeyer

Alma Mater: ..................................................Ecker, 1995 Record at School: ................................................... 14-15 Career Record:....................................................... 14-15 Assistant Coaches:............................................ Matt Logie ......................................................................Jon Weiner ................................................................. Antoni Wyche

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ...................................................................................Angie Renninger Phone: .....................................................................................(513) 529-6239 Fax: .........................................................................................(513) 529-6729 Email: .............................................................................. renninal@muohio.edu

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Saturday, November 28 – UD Arena

Contact: ...................................................................................... Mike Stagnitta Phone: .....................................................................................(610) 758-6631 Fax: .........................................................................................(610) 758-4407 Email: ..................................................................................... mis3@lehigh.edu

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George Mason

Old Dominion

PATRIOTS

MONARCHS

Tuesday, December 8 – Patriot Center

SCHOOL INFORMALocation: .......................... Fairfax, Va Enrollment: ............................ 29,889 Arena: ..........................Patriot Center Capacity: .............................. 10,000

SCHOOL INFORMATION 2008-09 Record:...................... 22-11 Conference Record: . .................. 13-5 Postseason:................................... NIT Series with UD: ............Series Tied 1-1

Location: ......................... Norfolk, VA Enrollment:............................. 23,500 Arena: .Ted Constant Convocation Center Capacity: ............................... 8, 424

2008-2009 Record:.................. 25-10 Conference Record:..................... 12-6 Postseason:.CollegeInsider.com Champions Series with UD:.....UD Leads Series 5-4

HEAD COACH Jim Larranaga

HEAD COACH

Alma Mater: ......................................... Providence, 1997 Record at School: ............................................... 207-131 Career Record:..............................404-301 (24th Season) Assistant Coaches:........................................ Chris Caputo .................................................................Michael Huger ......................................................................Eric Konkol

Alma Mater:............................................. Montana, 1981 Record at School:...............................161-94 (9th Season) Career Record:..............................303-159 (15th Season) Assistant Coaches:........................................ Jim Corrigan ......................................................................Rob Wilkes .............................................................. John Richardson

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ....................................................................................... Richard Coco Phone:.......................................................................................(703) 993-3264 Fax: .........................................................................................(703) 993-3259 Email: .......................................................................................rcoco@gmu.edu

Contact:........................................................................................Carol Hudson Phone:.......................................................................................(757) 683-3372 Fax:..........................................................................................(757) 683-3119 Email:.................................................................................... chudson@odu.edu

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Blaine Taylor

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Presbyterian

Appalachian State

BLUE HOSE

MOUNTAINEERS

Saturday, December 19 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:........................... Clinton, SC Enrollment:............................... 1,200 Arena:..................... Templeton Center Capacity:.................................. 2,500

Monday, December 21 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION 2008-2009 Record:.................. 12-17 Conference Record:....................... 9-9 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:................First Meeting

Location:........................... Boone, NC Enrollment:............................. 16,600 Arena:......................... Holmes Center Capacity:.................................. 8,325

2008-2009 Record:.................. 13-18 Conference Record:..................... 9-11 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:................First Meeting

HEAD COACH Gregg Nibert

HEAD COACH Buzz Peterson

Alma Mater:.................................. Marietta College, 1975 Record at School:........................... 344-248 (21st Season) Career Record:................................................... 344-248 Assistant Coaches:.......................................... Justin Smith ................................................................ Quinton Ferrell ..................................................................... Sean Dixon

Alma Mater:.................................... North Carolina, 1986 Record at School:.................................79-39 (5th Season) Career Record:..............................201-134 (12th Season) Assistant Coaches:......................................... Jason Capel ................................................................Matt McMahon ............................................................. Jamie Kachmarik

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact: ..........................................................................................Brent Hager Phone: .....................................................................................(864) 833-8252 Fax: .........................................................................................(864) 833-8323 Email:................................................................................ bchager@presby.edu

Contact: ........................................................................................... Mike Flynn Phone: .....................................................................................(828) 262-2556 Fax: .........................................................................................(826) 262-2556 Email:.............................................................................. flynnmh@appstate.edu

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Friday, December 11 – UD Arena


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Boston University

New Mexico

TERRIERS

Lobos

Tuesday, December 29 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:...........................Boston, MA Enrollment:............................. 16,572 Arena:........................ Agganis Arena Capacity:.................................. 7,200

2008-2009 Record:.................. 17-13 Conference Record:..................... 11-5 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:................First Meeting

Location:................. Albuquerque, NM Enrollment:............................. 27,304 Arena:..................................... The Pit Capacity:................................ 15,102

2008-2009 Record:.................. 22-12 Conference Record:..................... 12-4 Postseason:................................... NIT Series with UD:... The Series Is Tied 1-1

HEAD COACH Patrick Chambers

HEAD COACH Steve Alford

Alma Mater:......................... Philadelphia University, 1994 Record at School:............................................First Season Career Record:...............................................First Season Assistant Coaches:................................ Orlando Vandross .......................................................................Brian Daly ................................................................... Ross Condon

Alma Mater:......................... Philadelphia University, 1994 Record at School:................................. 46-21(3rd Season) Career Record:..............................354-204 (19th Season) Assistant Coaches:...........................................Craig Neal ..................................................................Wyking Jones ......................................................................Ryan Miller

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:...............................................................................................Scott Ellis Phone:.......................................................................................(617) 353-2163 Fax:..........................................................................................(617) 353-5286 Email:.........................................................................................msellis@bu.edu

Contact:.................................................................................... Greg Remington Phone:.......................................................................................(505) 925-5525 Fax:..........................................................................................(505) 410-4844 Email:................................................................................... gregrem@unm.edu

WWW.GOTERRIERS.COM

WWW.GOLOBOS.COM WWW.GOASU.COM

Ball State

Charlotte

Cardinals

49ers

Tuesday, January 5 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:........................... Muncie, IN Enrollment:............................. 17,728 Arena:........................Worthen Arena Capacity:................................ 11,500

Wednesday, February 21– UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION 2008-2009 Record:.................. 14-17 Conference Record:....................... 7-9 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:.Dayton Leads Series 4-1

Location:....................... Charlotte, NC Enrollment:............................. 22,338 Arena:...........................Halton Arena Capacity:.................................. 9,105

2008-2009 Record:.................. 11-20 Conference Record:..................... 5-11 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:.Charlotte Leads Series 4-3

HEAD COACH Billy Taylor

HEAD COACH

Alma Mater:........................................ Notre Dame, 1995 Record at School:................................ 20-41 (3rd Season) Career Record:................................101-110 (7th Season) Assistant Coaches:....................................... Bob Simmons .................................................................... Joseph Price ..................................................................Jay Newberry

Alma Mater:............................................. Charlotte, 1980 Record at School:...........................199-146 (11th Season) Career Record:..............................380-237 (20th Season) Assistant Coaches:..........................................Rob Moxley ...................................................................Bobby Kumer ................................................................... Chris Cheeks

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:....................................................................................Matt McCollester Phone:.......................................................................................(765) 285-8242 Fax:..........................................................................................(765) 285-8929 Email:................................................................................... bcaudill2@bsu.edu

Contact:..................................................................................... Tom Whitestone Phone:.......................................................................................(704) 687-6310 Fax:..........................................................................................(704) 687-4918 Email:....................................................................................tewhites@uncc.edu

WWW.ballstatesports.COM WWW.GOASU.COM

Friday, January 1 – Albuquerque, NM

Bobby Lutz

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Duquesne

Fordham

DUKES

RAMS

Saturday, January 9 – UD Arena Sunday, February 21 – A.J. Palumbo Center

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:.......................Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment:............................ 10, 160 Arena:.................A.J. Palumbo Center Capacity:................................. 5, 358

2008-2009 Record:.................. 21-13 Conference Record:....................... 9-7 Postseason:................................... NIT Series with UD:.UD Leads Series 42-18

Location:...................Bronx, New York Enrollment:.............................. 7, 994 Arena:..........................Rose Hill Gym Capacity:................................. 3, 200

2008-2009 Record:.................... 3-25 Conference Record:..................... 1-15 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:...UD Leads Series 18-5

HEAD COACH Ron Everhart

HEAD COACH Derek Whittenberg

Alma Mater:....................................... Virginia Tech, 1985 Record at School:................................ 48-45 (3rd Season) Career Record:..............................222-217 (15th Season) Assistant Coaches:............................................ Bill Barton ........................................................................Steve Hall .......................................................................Scott Rigot

Alma Mater:............................North Carolina State, 1990 Record at School:...............................68-108 (6th Season) Career Record:.............................135-158 (10th Season ) Assistant Coaches:.......................................... Travis Lyons ...................................................................Jared Grasso ................................................................... Steve Treffleti

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:............................................................................................Dave Saba Phone:.......................................................................................(412) 396-5861 Fax:..........................................................................................(412) 396-6210 Email:......................................................................................... saba@duq.edu

WWW.GODUQUENSE.COM

Contact:............................................................................................. Joe DiBari Phone:.......................................................................................(718) 817-4240 Fax:..........................................................................................(718) 817-4244 Email:................................................................................ dibari@fordham.edu

WWW.FORDHAMSPORTS.COM

George Washington

La Salle

COLONIALS

EXPLORERS

Wednesday, January 20 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:................. Washington, D.C. Enrollment:............................. 20,001 Arena:............ Charles E. Smith Center Capacity:................................. 5, 000

Thursday, February 18 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION 2008-2009 Record:.................. 10-18 Conference Record:..................... 4-12 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:.GW Leads Series 13-10

Location: ..................Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment:............................. 6, 200 Arena:...................... Tom Gola Arena Capacity:................................. 4, 000

2008-2009 Record:.................. 18-13 Conference Record:....................... 9-7 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:....UD Leads Series 21-12

HEAD COACH Karl Hobbs

HEAD COACH

Alma Mater:......................................... Connecticut, 1985 Record at School:.............................133-100 (8th Season) Career Record:...............................133-100 (8th Season ) Assistant Coaches:.................................... Roland Houston .................................................................. Greg Collucci ....................................................................Brian Ellerbe

Alma Mater:...................................... North Central, 1984 Record at School:.................................71-79 (5th Season) Career Record:..............................368-228 (20th Season) Assistant Coaches:............................................ Wat Fuller ................................................................ Horace Owens .................................................................... Harris Adler

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:........................................................................................... Brad Power Phone:.......................................................................................(202) 994-6654 Fax:..........................................................................................(202) 994-2713 Email:.....................................................................................bbower@gwu.edu

Contact:.........................................................................................Kevin Bonner Phone:.......................................................................................(215) 951-1513 Fax:..........................................................................................(215) 951-1694 Email:.................................................................................. bonner@lasalle.edu

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Wednesday, January 13 – Madison Square Garden

John Gianni

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Massachusetts

Rhode Island

MINUTEMEN

RAMS

Saturday, February 27 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:..................... Amherst, Mass. Enrollment:............................ 26, 360 Arena:......... William D. Mullins Center Capacity:................................. 9, 493

2008-2009 Record:.................. 12-18 Conference Record:....................... 7-9 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:.....UD Leads Series 7-7

Location:........................ Kingston, R.I. Enrollment:............................ 15, 650 Arena:............................ Ryan Center Capacity:.................................. 7,657

2008-2009 Record:.................. 23-11 Conference Record:..................... 11-5 Postseason:................................... NIT Series with UD:...UD Leads Series 11-7

HEAD COACH Derek Kellog

HEAD COACH Jim Baron

Alma Mater:......................................Massachusetts, 1995 Record at School:................................. 12-18 (1st Season) Career Record:.................................... 12-18 (1st Season) Assistant Coaches:....................................Adam Ginsburg ...............................................................Antwon Jackson ................................................................Vance Walberg

Alma Mater:....................................St. Bonaventure, 1977 Record at School:.............................131-118 (8th Season) Career Record:.............................337-320 (22nd Season) Assistant Coaches:.......................................... Kevin Clark ....................................................................... Pat Clarke ....................................................................Momir Gajic

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:..........................................................................................Jason Yeellin Phone:.......................................................................................(413) 577-3061 Fax:..........................................................................................(413) 545-1556 Email:.......................................................................... jyellin@admin.umass.edu

Contact:.......................................................................................... Mike Laprey Phone:...................................................................................... (401) 874-2401 Fax:..........................................................................................(401) 874-5354 Email:...................................................................................... mlaprey@uri.edu

WWW.UMASSATHLETICS.COM

WWW.GORHODY.COM

Richmond

St. Bonaventure

SPIDERS

BONNIES

Thursday, March 4 – Robins Center

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:...................... Richmond, Va. Enrollment:.............................. 2, 950 Arena:.......................... Robins Center Capacity:................................. 9, 071

Saturday, January 30 – Bob Lanier Court at the Reily Center

SCHOOL INFORMATION 2008-2009 Record:.................. 20-16 Conference Record:....................... 9-7 Postseason:.... 1-1 College Basketball Inv. Series with UD: ..UD Leads Series 11-3

Location:............ St. Bonaventure, N.Y. Enrollment:............................... 2,000 Arena:.Bob Lanier Court at the Reily Center Capacity:................................. 5, 780

2008-2009 Record:.................. 15-15 Conference Record:..................... 6-10 Postseason:................................ N/A Series with UD:...UD Leads Series 12-8

HEAD COACH Chris Mooney

HEAD COACH Mark Schmidt

Alma Mater:.............................................Princeton, 1994 Record at School:.................................57-70 (4th Season) Career Record:..................................99-109 (7th Season) Assistant Coaches:.................................. Kevin McGeehan ..................................................................... Jamal Brunt ........................................................................Rob Jones

Alma Mater:...............................................Boston College Record at School:................................23-37 (2nd Season) Career Record:................................105-127 (8th Season) Assistant Coaches:.......................................... Jeff Massey .................................................................... Dave Moore .................................................................... Dino Presley

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:.........................................................................................Mark Kwolek Phone:.......................................................................................(804) 289-8320 Fax:..........................................................................................(804) 349-3353 Email:............................................................................mkwolek@richmond.edu

Contact:............................................................................................ Pat Pierson Phone:......................................................................................(716) 375- 2575 Fax:.........................................................................................(716) 375- 2383 Email:.................................................................................... ppierson@sbu.edu

WWW.RICHMONDSPIDERS.COM

Tuesday, January 26 – UD Arena

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Saint Joseph’s

Saint Louis

HAWKS

BILLIKENS

Saturday, January 23 – Michael J. Hagan Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:...................Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment:.............................. 4, 515 Arena:.......... Michael J. Hagan Arena Capacity:.................................. 4,200

Saturday, February 13 – Chaifetz Arena Saturday, March 6 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION 2008-2009 Record: ................. 17-15 Conference Record:....................... 9-7 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:.....UD Leads Series 15-11

Location:........................St. Louis, Mo. Enrollment:............................ 12, 309 Arena:........................Chaifetz Center Capacity:............................... 10, 600

HEAD COACH Phil Martelli

HEAD COACH Rick Majerus

Alma Mater:..............................................Widener, 1976 Record at School:...........................278-167 (14th Season) Career Record:..............................278-167 (14th Season) Assistant Coaches:............................................ Mark Bass .....................................................................David Duda ...................................................................Geoff Arnold

Alma Mater:........................................... Marquette, 1970 Record at School:................................34-29 (2nd Season) Career Record:.............................456-176 (22nd Season) Assistant Coaches:.........................................Porter Moser ..................................................................... Alex Jensen ................................................................Chris Harriman

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:.................................................................................... Marie Wozniak Phone:...................................................................................... (610) 660-1727 Fax:......................................................................................... (610) 660-1724 Email:................................................................................... mwozniak@sju.edu

Contact:.........................................................................................Chuck Yahng Phone:.......................................................................................(314) 977-2524 Fax:.........................................................................................(314) 977- 3178 Email:....................................................................................... yahngc@slu.edu

WWW.SJUHAWKS.COM

WWW.SLUBILLIKENS.COM

Temple

Xavier

OWLS

MUSKETEERS

Wednesday, February 24 – Liacouras Center

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location:...................Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment:............................ 34, 000 Arena:..................... Liacouras Center Capacity:............................... 10, 206

Saturday, January 16 – Cintas Center Saturday, February 6 – UD Arena

SCHOOL INFORMATION 2008-2009 Record:.................. 22-12 Conference Record:..................... 11-5 Postseason:...............................NCAA Series with UD:... Temple Leads Series 15-9

Location:............................Cincinnati, Enrollment:.............................. 6, 700 Arena:.......................... Cintas Center Capacity:............................... 10, 250

2008-2009 Record:.................... 27-8 Conference Record:..................... 12-4 Postseason:.............................. NCAA Series with UD:.UD Leads Series 80-62

HEAD COACH Fran Dunphy

HEAD COACH

Alma Mater:...............................................La Salle, 1970 Record at School:................................ 55-43 (3rd Season) Career Record:..............................365-206 (20th Season) Assistant Coaches:........................................... Dave Duke ..................................................................... Matt Langel .....................................................................Shawn Trice

Alma Mater:................................................. Xavier, 1992 Record at School:............................................First Season Career Record:...............................................First Season Assistant Coaches:............................................ Pat Kelsey .............................................................. Orlando Ranson .................................................................... Travis Steele

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact:.................................................................................... Larry Dougherty Phone:.......................................................................................(215) 204-2588 Fax:..........................................................................................(215) 204-7499 Email:......................................................................larry.dougherty@temple.edu

Contact:.............................................................................................. Tom Eiser Phone:.......................................................................................(513) 745-3124 Fax:..........................................................................................(513) 745-2825 Email:...................................................................................... eiser@xavier.edu

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2008-2009 Record:.................. 18-14 Conference Record:....................... 8-8 Postseason:................................. N/A Series with UD:.........Series Tied 19-19

Chris Mack

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UD ARENA RECORDS Individual Records

All College Games

| By A Dayton Flyer

| Against The Flyers

| NCAA Tourney Game

Most Points 61 AUSTIN CARR NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970

41 TOM CROSSWHITE VS. LOYOLA/LA., JAN. 9, 1971

45 CHARLES JONES LIU-BROOKLYN, MAR. 11, 1998 (NIT)

61 AUSTIN CARR NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970

Most Points in Half 35 AUSTIN CARR

27 TOM CROSSWHITE

34 CHARLES JONES

35 AUSTIN CARR

NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970

VS. LOYOLA/LA., JAN. 9, 1971

LIU-BROOKLYN, MAR. 11, 1998 (NIT)

NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970

Most field goals made 25 AUSTIN CARR NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970

18 TOM CROSSWHITE VS. LOYOLA/LA., JAN. 9, 1971

18 CHARLES JONES LIU-BROOKLYN, MAR. 11, 1998 (NIT)

25 AUSTIN CARR NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970

38 CHARLES JONES LIU-BROOKLYN, MAR. 11, 1998 (NIT)

44 AUSTIN CARR NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970

most field goals attempted 44 30 AUSTIN CARR johnny davis NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970 VS. notre dame, feb. 25, 1976

best field goal accuracy 1.00 1.00 --- .861 mike sylvester (11-for-11) mike sylvester (11-for-11) record unknown three times ud vs. xavier, feb. 23, 1973 vs. xavier, feb. 23, 1973 last: N. collison (11-13), kan., Mar. 16, 2001 most three pointers made 8 8 7 5 shawn haughn shawn haughn twice twice ud vs. saint louis, feb. 13, 1994 vs. saint louis, feb. 13, 1994 most three pointers attempted 20 13 20 16 tim pollard norm grevey & larry Hisle tim pollard terrence woods miss. vly. st. vs. ud, nov. 11, 1988 miss. valley st., nov. 11, 1988 fla. a&m (vs. Lehigh) mar. 16, 2004 best three pointers accuracy 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 shawn haughn (8-for-8) shawn haughn archie tullos (3-for-3) chuck murphy ud vs. saint louis, feb. 13, 1994 vs. saint louis, feb. 13, 1994 detroit, jan. 21, 1987 depaul (vs. ga. tech), mar. 15, 1991 free throws made 20 18 20 12 jafonde williams edwin young jafonde williams harold deane hampton vs. ud, jan. 3,, 1996 vs. la.-montroe, dec. 18, 1997 hampton, jan. 3, 1996 virg. (vs. nicholls st.), mar. 16, 1995 free throws attempted 23 18 20 15 jafonde williams johnny davis jafonde williams harold deane hampton vs. ud, jan. 3,, 1996 roosevelt chapman hampton, jan. 3, 1996 virg. (vs. nicholls st.), mar. 16, 1995 david lawrence edwin young, twice david lawrence jarod haase mcneese st. vs. ud, dec. 2, 1978 vs. la.-montroe, dec. 18, 1997 mcneese st., Dec. 2, 1978 kansas vs. w. kentucky, mar. 18, 1995 best free throw accuracy 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 edwin young (18-for-18) edwin young (18-for-18) james posey twice ud vs. ne la., dec. 18, 1997 vs. la.-montrow, dec. 18, 1997 xavier, jan. 30, 1999 most rebounds 25 25 22 23 george jackson george jackson two players kent benson ud, on two occasions twice indiana (vs. kentucky), mar. 22, 1975 most assists 17 15 15 17 jack meeham negele knight darius clemons jack meeham notre dame vs. ohio, mar. 7, 1970 vs. xavier, mar. 10, 1990 (mcc) loyola/ill., jan. 16, 1982 notre dame (vs. ohio), mar. 7, 1970 most steals 9 9 6 6 alex robertson alex robertson several times derrick phelps ud, on two occasions twice alcorn st. (vs. xavier), mar. 15, 1983 most blocked shots 10 6 10 9 calvin booth erv giddings calvin booth d’or fischer penn st. vs. ud, mar. 16, 1998 (nit) vs. youngstown st., jan. 1, 1997 penn st. vs. ud, mar. 16, 1998 (nit) nwern. st. (vs. winthrop), mar. 13, 2001

TEAM Records

Most Points 120 120 116 112 dayton vs. ashland vs. ashland southern notre dame vs ohio jan. 27, 1979 jan. 27, 1979 dec. 15, 1990 mar. 7, 1970 most points in half 74 74 68 58 dayton vs. ashland vs. ashland loyola/la. notre dame vs. ohio jan. 27, 1979 (2nd Half) jan. 27, 1979 (2nd half) jan. 9, 1971 (half unknown) mar. 7, 1970 (2nd half) fewest points 22 38 22 43 Roanoke vs. dayton vs. george washington roanoke temple vs. kansas jan. 9, 1978 jan. 18, 1997 jan. 2, 1978 mar. 15, 1986 fewest points in half 8 14 8 19 richmond vs. dayton vs. saint louis richmond vs. dayton jacksonville vs. temple jan. 20, 2007 (1st half) jan. 14, 1995 (2nd half) jan. 20, 2007 mar. 13, 1986 (2nd half) widest margin of victory 58 58 43 38 dayton twice saint louis cincinnati vs. delaware vs. prairie view, dec. 29, 1997 vs. Prairie veiw, Dec. 29, 1997 jan. 14, 1995 mar. 20, 1992 vs. central conn., jan. 23,1987 vs. Central Conn., jan. 23, 1993 best field goal percentage .775 .775 --- .615 dayton (31-for-40) vs. southern (31-for-40) record unknown north carolina a&t (32-for-52) vs. southern, mart 1, 1986 mar. 1, 1986 vs. morehead state, mar. 13, 1984 most three pointers made 14 14 14 13 six times six times three times cal state northridge vs. syracuse, mar. 16, 2001 best three point percentage .750 .750 .750 .500 twice (6-for-8, both times) vs. e. michigan (6-for-8) miami/ohio (6-for-8) ohio state (5-for-10) ud (vs. e. michigan), dec. 6, 1997 dec. 6, 1997 feb. 23, 1987 vs. towson, mar. 15, 1991 miami/ohio (vs. ud), feb. 23, 1987 most free throws made 35 35 35 34 three times vs. geo. wash. twice navy xavier (vs. Ud). jan. 30, 1999 feb. 14, 1998 xavier, jan. 30, 1999 vs. louisiana st., mar. 15, 1985 ud (vs. geo. wash.), Feb. 14, 1998 butler, feb. 21, 1991 butler (vs. ud), feb. 21, 1991 most free throws attempted 47 47 47 43 twice vs. detroit xavier twice xavier jan. 27, 1990 jan. 30, 1999 ud (vs. detroit), jan. 27, 1990

106

best free throw percentage 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 SAINT JOSEPH’S (18-for-18) vs. villanova (17-for-17) SAINT JOSEPH’S (18-for-18) dayton (17-for-17) vs. DAYTON, FEB. 1, 2009 MAR. 15, 1985 (NCAA) FEB. 1, 2009 VS. VILLANOVA, MAR. 15, 1985 (NCAA)


FLYER RECORDS AT UD ARENA Individual GAME RECORDS

Overall Scoring Player Opponent Date 1 Tom Crosswhite Loyola/La. Jan 9, 1971 2 Johnny Davis Notre Dame Feb 25, 1976 3 Chip Hare Duquesne Feb 4, 1993 4 Johnny Davis Florida State Mar 6, 1976

Pts 41 38 35 35

Freshmen Scoring Player Opponent Date Pts 1 Shawn Haughn Saint Louis Feb 13, 1994 30 2 Tony Stanley Temple Jan 28, 1998 26 Jim Rhoden Fairfield NIT Mar 10, 1978 26 Chris Wright Toledo Nov 25, 2007 26 4 Paul Hawkins Toledo Dec 27, 1980 25 5 Norman Plummer La Salle Jan 22, 2005 24 Tony Stanley Miami/Ohio 2ot Nov 22, 1997 24 Ed Young Long Island Mar 2, 1983 24 Jim Rhoden Chattanooga Jan 16, 1978 24 Johnny Davis Xavier Feb 23, 1974 24 Opponent Scoring Player Team Date Pts 1 Charles Jones Long Island NIT Mar 11, 1998 45 2 Keith Gailes Loyola/Ill. MCC Mar 9, 1990 44 Field Goals, Made Player Opponent Date Pts 1 Tom Crosswhite Loyola/La. Jan 9, 1971 18 2 Roosevelt Chapman Otterbein Nov 27, 1982 16 Field Goals, Accuracy (min. 10 made) Player Opponent Date FG/Att Pct 1 Mike Sylvester Xavier Feb 23, 1974 11/11 1.000 2 Mike Kanieski Hofstra Dec 29, 1981 10/10 1.000 3 Dave Colbert Southern Mar 1, 1986 13/14 .929 Three-Point Field Goals, Made Player Opponent Date 3Pt 1 Shawn Haughn Saint Louis Feb 13, 1994 8 2 Norm Grevey Butler Feb 25, 1989 7 Norm Grevey Cincinnati Dec 29, 1990 7 Three-Point Field Goals, Accuracy (min. 4 made) Player Opponent Date 3Pt/Att Pct 1 Shawn Haughn St. Louis Feb 13, 1994 8/8 1.000 2 Marques Bennett Coppin State Nov 27, 2004 4/4 1.000 Negele Knight Xavier Mar 3, 1990 4/4 1.000 Chip Jones Marquette Jan 5, 1991 4/4 1.000 Derrick Dukes Niagara Jan 12, 1993 4/4 1.000 Chip Hare Duquesne Feb 4, 1993 4/4 1.000 Brian Roberts Saint Louis Jan 30, 2008 4/4 1.000 Free Throws, Made Player Opponent Date FT 1 Edwin Young NE Louisiana Dec 18, 1997 18 2 Edwin Young Geo Washington Feb 14, 1998 16 Free Throws, Accuracy (min. 4 made) Player Opponent Date M/Att Pct 1 Edwin Young NE La. Dec 18, 1997 18/18 1.000 George Janky N. Dame Feb 28, 1970 13/13 1.000 Darnell Hoskins Va. Tech Feb 15, 1997 13/13 1.000 Assists Player Opponent Date Asts 1 Negele Knight Xavier Mar 10, 1990 15 2 Ray Springer Xavier Feb 4, 1989 14 Kevin Conrad Otterbein Nov 27, 1982 14 Kevin Conrad Xavier Feb 22, 1981 14 Kevin Conrad Alcorn State Feb 7, 1981 14 6 Derrick Dukes Southern Dec 15, 1990 13 Larry Schellenberg Cincinnati Jan 12, 1985 13 Jim Paxson Cal Poly Pomona Dec 11, 1978 13

Rebounds Player Opponent Date Reb 1 George Jackson Tampa Feb 24, 1971 25 George Jackson Xavier Feb 4, 1970 25 3 Ryan Perryman Long Island NIT Mar 11, 1998 23 4 Erv Giddings Fairfield NIT Mar 10, 1978 22 Erv Giddings Eastern Kentucky Dec 9, 1975 22 Blocked Shots Player Opponent Date Blks 1 Erv Giddings Youngstown State Jan 10, 1977 6 2 Sean Finn Delaware State Nov 24, 2002 5 3 Anthony Corbitt Loyola/Ill. Feb 11, 1989 4 Anthony Corbitt Butler Feb 25, 1989 4 Keith Waleskowski Geo. Washington Feb 17, 2001 4 Monty Scott Grambling Dec 9, 2006 4 Kurt Huelsman Austin Peay Nov 11, 2006 4 Thiago Cordeiro Duquesne Feb 13, 2008 4 Kurt Huelsman George Mason Dec 30, 2008 4 Steals Player Opponent Date Stls 1 Alex Robertson Miami/Ohio Dec 30, 1993 9 Alex Robertson Notre Dame Feb 25, 1992 9 3 Negele Knight Mississippi Valley Nov 30, 1988 7 Kevin Conrad La Salle Feb 12, 1983 7 DUNKS Player Opponent Date Dunks 1 Sean Finn Prairie View A&M Dec 20, 2003 6 2 Charles Little Xavier Feb 24, 2007 5 Chris Wright SMU Nov 24, 2007 5 4 Charles Little Toledo Nov 21, 2007 4 Chris Wright Delaware State Nov 18, 2008 4

Team GAME RECORDS

Field Goals Made Date Opponent FGM 1 Jan 27, 1979 Ashland 53 2 Dec 27, 1967 Portland 52 3 Dec 1, 1979 Ashland 49 Nov 27, 1982 Otterbein 49 Field Goals, Attempted Date Opponent FGA 1 Dec 30, 1950 Arizona St. 107 Jan 9, 1952 Ohio U. 107 3 Feb 14, 1957 Regis 102 Field Goals, Accuracy Date Opponent FGM FGA 1 Mar 1, 1986 Southern 31 40 2 Feb 18, 1970 Kent State 34 47

Pct .775 .723

Field Goals, Accuracy (Best Half) Date Opponent FGM FGA 1 Mar 1, 1986 Southern 1st 19 22 2 Jan 25, 1969 Miami/Ohio 2nd 17 22

Pct .864 .773

Free Throws, Made Date Opponent FTM 1 Feb 8, 1957 Villanova 44 2 Dec 16, 1953 Louisville 40 Free Throws, Attempted Date Opponent FTA 1 Dec 16, 1953 Louisville 58 2 Feb 8, 1957 Villanova 56 Free Throws, Accuracy Date Opponent FTM FTA 1 Mar 15, 1985 Villanova 17 17 Mar 12, 1986 McNeese St. 13 13

Pct 1.000 1.000

Three Point Field Goals, Made Date Opponent 1 Jan 9, 1997 Wright State 2 Dec 27, 1989 Southern Dec 22, 1990 Bradley Dec 27, 1990 Texas Southern Dec 11, 1993 Wright State Jan 3, 1994 DePaul Mar 1, 1994 Detroit Dec 29, 1997 Prairie View

3PM 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Three Point Field Goals, Attempted Date Opponent 1 Dec 1, 1990 Morehead 2 Jan 3, 1994 DePaul 3 Dec 15, 1990 Southern

3PA 45 39 38

Three Point field Goals, Accuracy Date Opponent 3PM 1 Dec 6, 1997 Eastern Michigan 6 2 Jan 25, 2000 La Salle 10 Feb 14, 1987 Miami/Fla. 4 Dec 27, 1997 Northwestern 8 4 Jan 9, 1997 Wright State 15 5 Dec 16, 1986 Ohio State 7 February 1, 2009 Saint Joseph’s 7 Rebounds Date Opponent 1 Dec. 27, 1990 Texas Southern 2 Nov. 24, 1990 Towson 3 Nov. 23, 1990 Illinois State

3PA 8 15 6 12 23 11 11

Pct .750 .667 .667 .667 .652 .636 .636

Reb 61 59 57

Assists Date Opponent Asts 1 Dec 7, 1985 Long Island 37 2 Dec 3, 1988 Central Florida 34 3 Dec 27, 1989 Southern 30 Blocked Shots Date Opponent Blocks 1 Nov 29, 1978 Wittenberg 9 Jan 19, 1982 Jersey City 9 Dec 18, 1982 Toledo 9 Jan 6, 1990 Wright State 9 Feb 13, 2008 Duquesne 9 Feb 11, 2009 Xavier 9 Steals Date Opponent Steals 1 Nov 29, 1989 Furman 17 Jan 10, 1991 Loyola/Ill. 17 Dec 14, 1991 Mt St Mary’s 17 DUNKS Date Opponent Steals 1 Dec 20, 2008 UNC Greensboro 9 Jan 25, 2009 St. Bonaventure 9 3 Nov 21, 2007 Toledo 8

TEAM SEASON RECORDS Home Wins Year Overall 1 2008-09 27-8 2 2002-03 24-6 1977-78 19-10 4 1981-82 21-9 1989-90 22-10

HmGms 18 18 20 18 19

HmRec Wins 18-0 18 17-1 17 17-3 17 16-2 16 16-3 16

Home Win Percentage Year Overall 1 2008-09 27-8 2 2002-03 24-6 3 1973-74 20-9 4 1981-82 21-9 5 1985-86 17-13

HmGms 18 18 16 18 17

HmRec Pct. 18-0 1.000 17-1 .944 15-1 .938 16-2 .889 15-2 .882

Highest Percentage of Wins At Home Year Overall Home HmPct. %W 1 1993-94 6-21 6-10 0.375 1.000 1994-95 7-20 7-9 0.438 1.000 3 1979-80 13-14 12-5 0.706 .923 1996-97 13-14 12-3 0.800 .923 5 1977-78 19-10 17-3 0.850 .895

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2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

UD ARENA & THE NCAA TOURNAMENT There are many reasons why the NCAA Tournament Committee has called on the University of Dayton Arena to be a host for so many NCAA Tournament games:

• The University had constructed a new (and large) arena in 1969, making it one of the most attractive venues in the country.

• The hometown Flyers had been so good for so long that the college basketball fans in the Miami Valley were among the most knowledgeable and supportive in the country.

• Dayton’s Director of Athletics Thomas J. Frericks was an influential member of the tournament committee and a visionary regarding how to host a tournament.

• After hosting so many times, the NCAA often sent those chosen to host to Dayton, to witness the model of how to host the tournament.

Pick whatever reason you want, but there is certainly no argument that the UD Arena has been the site of more memorable NCAA Tournament moments than any facility in history. Among the Arena memories... Notre Dame’s Austin Carr scored 35 points against Ohio University -- in the first half. He added 26 more after intermission and holds the single-game mark to this day. Adolph Rupp’s Kentucky Wildcats fell to Florida State in 1972, ending his amazing career that resulted in 875 victories. Kentucky handed Bobby Knight’s Hoosiers their only loss in a two-year, 64-game span in what was called college basketball’s greatest game until Christian Laettner eliminated UK in Philadelphia in 1992. The world was introduced to a magical freshman from Michigan State in 1978. But the Spartans title would wait a year as soon-to-be champ Kentucky knocked out Magic Johnson, handing him his only NCAA Tourney loss. Mark Aguirre’s agony as he gripped the ball after it had gone through the net to beat his top-ranked DePaul Blue Demons in his final collegiate game -- a loss to Saint Joseph’s. Indiana trouncing the Maryland Terrapins en route to winning the 1981 NCAA Title with sophomore Isiah Thomas leading the way in his final collegiate season. In a simple 1984 play-in game, referee Mickey Crowley, former Supervisor of Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Officials, ran to the ESPN announcing position to watch a replay to determine whom to send to the foul line. One amazing day in 1985: Fairleigh Dickinson nearly beat powerful Michigan, Villanova started its dream run to the NCAA Championship (against the Dayton Flyers no less), Len Bias and Maryland stole one from Ron Harper and the Miami Redskins and David Robinson jumped into the nation’s conscious as Navy decimated LSU. One year later, another amazing freshman took to the floor in Kansas’ Danny Manning while Michigan State’s Scott Skiles fought and clawed his way to the regional while making a remarkable around-the-body pass on a breakaway. Ohio State, led by Jimmy Jackson and hometown hero Mark Baker (a Dunbar High School grad), knocked out Georgia Tech and then Jackson announced that Kenny Anderson was going pro. After going 0-3 in NCAA Tournament Games at the UD Arena, the 1995 Miami Redskins shocked the Arizona Wildcats behind the dreadlocked Devin Davis. The North Carolina State women knocking off the top two seeds in the East -- UConn and Old Dominion -- to advance to the 1998 Final Four. George Mason became everyone’s favorite underdog by knocking off two recent national champions -- Michigan State (2000) and North Carolina (2005) -- in Dayton on the way to the 2006 Final Four. In 2006, UD Arena became just the fourth venue to host 70 Men’s NCAA Tournament Games -- joining Kansas City’s Municipal Auditorium, Salt Lake City’s Huntsman Center, and New York Madison Square Garden. When the NCAA tournament field was expanded to 65 teams in 2000, UD Arena hosted the first-ever Opening Round Game. The Opening Round game was such a success in Dayton that the NCAA elected to hold the game at UD Arena through 2013. The 2010 Opening Round Game will be played on Tuesday, March 16. In such a short time, the Opening Round Game has become one of the most exciting and entertaining games of the NCAA Tournament. In 2002, Prosper Karangwa of Siena scored 31 points to lead his Siena Saints to an 81-77 win over Alcorn State and legendary coach Davey L. Whitney. The 2003 NCAA Tournament was known for its close games and exciting finishes, and the Opening Round set the tone as UNC Asheville and Texas Southern found themselves knotted at 75-75 at the end of regulation. UNC Asheville, making its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance, came away with a 92-84 win in overtime. In 2003, the Women’s NCAA Tournament returned to Dayton for the East Regional. Not only did the four teams who visited UD Arena feature the defending National Champion Connecticut Huskies, but also the four previous National Champions: Connecticut, who also won the title in 2000, 2001 Champion Notre Dame, and Purdue, who won it all in 1999. Connecticut survived the bracket of champions and went on to take the 2003 National Championship. The women’s regional will return to the Arena in 2010 on March 28-30. The men’s First and Second Rounds are scheduled for the Arena in 2013.

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Most Prolific NCAA Tournament Venues

Gms Building City Span

83 Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Mo. 81 Huntsman Center Salt Lake City, Ut. 75 UD Arena Dayton, Oh. 71 Madison Square Garden New York, N.Y. 55 The Omni Atlanta, Ga. 54 RCA Dome Indianapolis, Ind. 53 Charlotte Coliseum I Charlotte, N.C. 51 The Palestra Philadelphia, Pa. 50 Freedom Hall Louisville, Ky.

1940-1964 1971-2008 1970-2008 1943-1961 1977-1992 1987-2007 1958-1999 1939-1984 1958-1991

UD Arena & The NCAA Tournament

Selected players who have played in the NCAAs at UD Arena

Player School Year

Mark Aguirre DePaul Kenny Anderson Georgia Tech Kent Benson Indiana Damone Brown Syracuse Len Bias Maryland Quinn Buckner Indiana Austin Carr Notre Dame Artis Gilmore Jacksonville Goose Givens Kentucky Nick Collison Kansas Drew Gooden Kansas Tyler Hansbrough North Carolina Ron Harper Miami/Ohio Jimmy Jackson Ohio State Magic Johnson Michigan State Greg Kelser Michigan State Raef LaFrentz Kansas Kyle Macy Kentucky Danny Manning Kansas Scott May Indiana Jim McDaniel Western Kentucky Ed Pinckney Villanova Shawn Respert Michigan State Rick Robey Kentucky David Robinson Navy Dan Roundfield Central Michigan Malik Sealy St. John’s Miles Simon Arizona Scott Skiles Michigan State Damon Stoudamire Arizona Roy Tarpley Michigan Diana Taruasi Connecticut Isiah Thomas Indiana Nick Van Exel Cincinnati

1981 1991 1975 2001 1985 1975 1970 1970 1978 2001 2001 2006 1985 1991 1978 1978 1995 1978 1986 1975 1970 1985 1992 1978 1985 1975 1991 1995 1986 1995 1985 2003 1981 1992

Those who’ve coached in the NCAAs at UD Arena and have won a National Championship

Coach Team Years Geno Auriemma Connecticut 1995, ‘00, ‘02, ‘03 Larry Brown Kansas 1986 Steve Fisher Michigan 1995 Joe B. Hall Kentucky 1978 Don Haskins UTEP 1992 Jud Heathcote Michigan State 1978, ‘86, ‘92 Tom Izzo Michigan State 2006 Bobby Knight Indiana 1979, ‘81 Muffet McGraw Notre Dame 2001 Al McGuire Marquette 1972, ‘73, ’76 Rollie Massimino Villanova 1985 Lute Olsen Arizona 1995 Rick Pitino Louisville** 2009 Adolph Rupp Kentucky 1972 Dean Smith North Carolina 1976 John Thompson Georgetown 1986 Roy Williams* North Carolina 2006 * Also coached Kansas at UD Arena in 2001 NCAA Tournament **Won his national title with Kentucky in 1996


UD ARENA & NCAA TOURNAMENT NCAA Game-by-Game at UD Arena Men’s NCAA Tournament Games Date

Team Score

Team Score

Mar 7, 1970 Notre Dame 112 Ohio 82 Mar 7, 1970 Jacksonville 109 Western Kentucky 96 Mar 16, 1972 Florida State 70 Minnesota 56 Mar 16, 1972 Kentucky 85 Marquette 69 Mar 18, 1972 Florida State 73 Kentucky 54 Mar 18, 1972 Minnesota 77 Marquette 72 Mar 10, 1973 Marquette 77 Miami/Ohio 62 Mar 10, 1973 Austin Peay 77 Jacksonville 75 Mar 20, 1975 Kentucky 90 Central Michigan 73 Mar 20, 1975 Indiana 81 Oregon State 71 Mar 22, 1975 Kentucky 92 Indiana 90 Mar 22, 1975 Central Michigan 88 Oregon State 87 Mar 13, 1976 Alabama 79 North Carolina 64 Mar 13, 1976 Marquette 79 Western Kentucky 60 Mar 16, 1978 Kentucky 91 Miami/Ohio 69 Mar 16, 1978 Michigan State 90 Western Kentucky 69 Mar 18, 1978 Kentucky 52 Michigan State 49 Mar 12, 1981 Saint Joseph’s 59 Creighton 57 Mar 12, 1981 Maryland 81 Tenn.-Chattanooga 69 Mar 13, 1981 Saint Joseph’s 49 DePaul 48 Mar 13, 1981 Indiana 99 Maryland 64 Mar 15, 1983 Robert Morris 64 Georgia Southern 54 Mar 15, 1983 Alcorn State 81 Xavier 75 Mar 13, 1984 Morehead State 70 North Carolina A&T 69 Mar 13, 1984 Alcorn State 79 Houston Baptist 60 Mar 15, 1985 Michigan 59 Fairleigh Dickinson 55 Mar 15, 1985 Villanova 51 Dayton 49 Mar 15, 1985 Maryland 69 Miami/Ohio 68 ot Mar 15, 1985 Navy 78 Louisiana State 55 Mar 17, 1985 Villanova 59 Michigan 55 Mar 17, 1985 Maryland 64 Navy 59 Mar 13, 1986 Kansas 71 North Carolina A&T 46 Mar 13, 1986 Temple 61 Jacksonville 50 ot Mar 13, 1986 Georgetown 70 Texas Tech 64 Mar 13, 1986 Michigan State 72 Washington 70 Mar 15, 1986 Kansas 65 Temple 43 Mar 15, 1986 Michigan State 80 Georgetown 68 Mar 15, 1991 St. John’s 75 Northern Illinois 68 Mar 15, 1991 Texas 73 St. Peter’s 65 Mar 15, 1991 Ohio State 97 Towson State 86 Mar 15, 1991 Georgia Tech 87 DePaul 70 Mar 17, 1991 Ohio State 65 Georgia Tech 61 Mar 17, 1991 St. John’s 84 Texas 76 Mar 20, 1992 Cincinnati 85 Delaware 47 Mar 20, 1992 Michigan State 61 SW Missouri State 54 Mar 20, 1992 Kansas 100 Howard 67 Mar 20, 1992 Texas-El Paso 55 Evansville 50 Mar 22, 1992 Cincinnati 77 Michigan State 65

Region

Round Att

Midwest First Mideast First Mideast Reg Semi Mideast Reg Semi Mideast Reg Final Mideast Reg Consol Mideast First Mideast First Mideast Reg Semi Mideast Reg Semi Mideast Reg Final Mideast Reg Consol Mideast First Mideast First Mideast Reg Semi Mideast Reg Semi Mideast Reg Final Mideast First Mideast First Mideast Second Mideast Second Mideast Play-In Midwest Play-In Mideast Play-In Midwest Play-In Southeast First Southeast First Southeast First Southeast First Southeast Second Southeast Second Midwest First Midwest First Midwest First Midwest First Midwest Second Midwest Second Midwest First Midwest First Midwest First Midwest First Midwest Second Midwest Second Midwest First Midwest First Midwest First Midwest First Midwest Second

13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,252 13,252 13,157 13,157 7,641 7,641 7,465 7,465 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,055 13,055 13,055 13,055 13,055 13,055 13,007 13,007 13,007 13,007 13,007

Date

Team Score

Mar 22, 1992 Texas-El Paso Mar 16, 1995 Miami/Ohio Mar 16, 1995 Virginia Mar 16, 1995 Kansas Mar 16, 1995 Western Kentucky Mar 18, 1995 Virginia Mar 18, 1995 Kansas Mar 13, 2001 Northwestern St. Mar 16, 2001 Illinois Mar 16, 2001 Charlotte Mar 16, 2001 Kansas Mar 16, 2001 Syracuse Mar 18, 2001 Kansas Mar 18, 2001 Illinois Mar 12, 2002 Siena Mar 18, 2003 UNC Asheville Mar 16, 2004 Florida A & M Mar. 15, 2005 Oakland Mar 14, 2006 Monmouth Mar 17, 2006 Georgetown Mar 17, 2006 Ohio State Mar 17, 2006 George Mason Mar 17, 2006 North Carolina Mar 19, 2006 Georgetown Mar 19, 2006 George Mason Mar 13, 2007 Niagara Mar 18, 2008 Mount Saint Mary’s Mar 17, 2009 Morehead State Mar 20, 2009 Louisville Mar 20, 2009 Pittsburgh Mar 20, 2009 Oklahoma State Mar 20, 2009 Siena Mar 22, 2009 Pittsburgh Mar 22, 2009 Louisville

Team Score

Women’s NCAA Tournament Games Mar 21, 1998 North Carolina St. Mar 21, 1998 Connecticut Mar 23, 1998 North Carolina St. Mar 28, 2003 Connecticut Mar 28, 2003 Purdue April 1, 2003 Connecticut Mar 25, 2007 Tennessee Mar 25, 2007 Ole Miss Mar 27, 2007 Tennessee

Region

Round Att

66 Kansas 60 Midwest Second 13,007 71 Arizona 62 Midwest First 13,045 96 Nicholls State 72 Midwest First 13,045 82 Colgate 68 Midwest First 13,045 82 Michigan 76 ot Midwest First 13,045 60 Miami/Ohio 54 ot Midwest Second 13,045 75 Western Kentucky 70 Midwest Second 13,045 71 Winthrop 67 Midwest Opening 6,813 96 Northwestern St. 54 Midwest First 13,009 70 Tennessee 63 Midwest First 13,009 99 Cal State Northridge 75 Midwest First 13,133 79 Hawai’i 69 Midwest First 13,133 87 Syracuse 58 Midwest Second 13,159 79 Charlotte 61 Midwest Second 13,159 81 Alcorn State 77 East Opening 8,681 92 Texas Southern 84 ot South Opening 7,711 72 Lehigh 57 St. Louis Opening 7,808 79 Alabama A&M 69 Syracuse Opening 8,254 71 Hampton 49 Minneapolis Opening 7,764 54 Northern Iowa 49 Minneapolis First 12,945 70 Davidson 62 Minneapolis First 12,945 75 Michigan State 65 Washington First 12,945 69 Murray State 65 Washington First 12,945 70 Ohio State 52 Minneapolis Second 12,945 65 North Carolina 60 Washington Second 12,945 77 Florida A&M 69 West Opening 8,257 69 Coppin State 60 East Opening 8,464 58 Alabama State 43 Midwest Opening 11, 346 54 Morehead State 54 Midwest First 12,499 72 East Tennessee St. 62 East First 12,499 77 Tennessee 75 East First 12,499 74 Ohio State 72 2ot Midwest First 12,499 84 Oklahoma State 76 East Second 12,596 79 Siena 72 Midwest Second 12,596

55 Old Dominion 74 Arizona 60 Connecticut 70 Boston College 66 Notre Dame 73 Purdue 65 Marist 90 Oklahoma 98 Ole Miss

54 57 52 49 47 64 46 82 62

East East East East East East East East East

Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final

7,243 7,243 7,220 9,552 9,552 8,503 9,023 9,023 8,205

Key: Reg Semi - Regional Semifinal Reg Final - Regional Final Reg Consol - Regional Consolation Game

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Category Avg.

Games

Total

All Men’s NCAA Tournament Games

12,242

82

1,003,842

Men’s Opening Round/Play-In Games

7,504

13

97,546

Men’s Non-Opening/Play-In Round Games 12,235

69

844, 234

All Women’s NCAA Tournament Games

6,869

11

75,564

Total (Men & Women, All Rounds)

11,607

93

1,079,406

In March of 2001, ESPN.com reporter Andy Katz wrote that the NCAA was “right by placing [the NCAA Tournament Opening Round Game] in Dayton. These fans are hoop junkies, even if the Flyers aren’t on the floor.” The following year, ESPN personality Mike Tirico added “There’s no better basketball town in this country than Dayton, Ohio.”

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THE FLYER FAITHFUL The Flyer Faithful is a contingent that can be compared with the Green Bay Packer fans. The fans know that to acquire lowerArena season tickets, they need to be in for the long haul -- maybe a quarter-century or so. The Arena was opened in 1969 to accommodate a demand for seats that the 5,808-seat UD Fieldhouse could not supply. And Flyer tickets have remained hard to come by ever since. Since the doors opened at the Arena, the worst national attendance ranking for the Flyers has been 35th. Atlantic 10 Television’s Mike Gorman and John Griffin liken the Flyer fanatics to the Duke maniacs in Durham, N.C., calling the UD Arena “the Cameron Indoor of the Atlantic 10.” Not only has Dayton led the Atlantic 10 in attendance each year since joining the conference, but UD Arena has become a frightening stop for the opposition. Ninety-one A-10 teams have entered UD Arena, and 68 have left with a loss, including seven conference opponents who were ranked. “As a player, you feel like a little kid in a candy store,” says former Flyer Edwin Young. “You get that excited when you hear 13,000 people screaming. They got us energized. We fed off them. Whenever I got down, I thought about our fans. You want to bottle their enthusiasm and unleash it...They’re such a part of the team, it’s like they’re one of the family.” Of course, this is not a new phenomenon at UD. Since the Arena doors opened in 1969, the Flyers have played 656 home games and crowds of at least 10,000 have shown up for 95 percent of the contests. Eighty-four of those games have been official sellouts. UD finished in the Top 30 in men’s basketball attendance for the 11th straight season in 2007-08, according to a report by the NCAA. The City of Dayton supports basketball like no other city of its size (and better than most larger cities). The Arena has been the site of 26 full Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament sessions and all have been sold out -- always well in advance. The five sessions that weren’t sellouts were the play-in rounds of 1983 and 1984 and the Opening Rounds from 2001-2005. The play-in rounds predated the 64-team field and featured four of the tournament’s lowest-seeded teams, and the Opening Round featured the two lowest-rated teams in the 65-team field. Of the 2001 Opening Round, ESPN’s Andy Katz wrote, “Instead of an empty arena, the NCAA guessed right in placing this game in Dayton. These fans are hoops junkies, even if the Flyers aren’t on the floor.” The NCAA tournament program rationalized the decision to place the Opening Round in Dayton by saying UD Arena is “the NCAA’s Disneyland when it comes to ideal destinations for men’s NCAA Tournament games.” In 1998 the Arena hosted the NCAA Women’s Tournament for the first time and drew more than 7,000 in each session, making it one of the best regional draws ever at a location where the host wasn’t participating. The 2003 Women’s East Regional was the highest attended NCAA tournament site, aside from the Final Four, where a home team was not in action. The crowds have been so good for so long, that The Sporting News’ college basketball analyst Mike DeCourcy wrote, “Dayton fans are the most loyal in America, showing up to fill their arena even when the Flyers were scraping the bottom....” The Sporting News also proclaimed that the Flyer Faithful are the best fans in all of college basketball in a fall 2000 issue. Not even a blizzard could stop the Flyer Faithful. In February of 2003, with much of the surrounding counties in a state of emergency due to snowfall, many questioned how many people would show up for a game versus No. 25 Saint Joseph’s. The game was a sellout with less than 500 no shows. “I’m not surprised,” said then-UD head coach Oliver Purnell, “These people would get here in snowmobiles if they had to.” The affection the Dayton community has for the home team runs both ways. After UD defeated Duquesne 74-61 on March 7, 2009 to put the wraps on a perfect 18-0 2008-09 season at UD Arena, the team met at midcourt and then scattered ot all corners of the Arena to personally thank the Flyer Faithful for their support throughout the perfect season. And when things are going well for the Flyers, no place rocks like the UD Arena. In 1997-1998, when the Flyers advanced to the National Invitation Tournament’s second round, the Penn State Nittany Lions came to Dayton and the game left the travel party shaking their heads. Penn State won a tough-fought 77-74 decision, but the crowd was a topic of conversation following the game. “This is the best place I’ve played at since I’ve been in college,” said Nittany Lion Jarrett Stephens. “This beats any place in the Big Ten.” As one Pennsylvania writer left courtside following the game she remarked to another writer, “Maybe these people will finally shut up.” With the Flyer Faithful, never count on that.

On February 16, 2003, LeBron-mania hit UD Arena, as a sold-out crowd watched future NBA No. 1-pick LeBron James (right) and his St. Vincent-St. Mary’s squad take on Alter High School. He returned eight months later with his Cleveland Cavaliers for an NBA Exhibition game.

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Year-By-Year Attendance

Season Record Gms Att. Avg 1969-70 11-4 15 194,728 12,982 1970-71 13-3 16 204,276 12,767 1971-72 10-5 15 191,109 12,741 1972-73 10-6 16 193,480 12,093 1973-74 15-1 16 190,809 11,926 1974-75 8-9 17 194,847 11,462 1975-76 12-5 17 189,633 11,155 1976-77 12-6 18 205,425 11,413 1977-78 17-3 20 229,997 11,500 1978-79 15-3 18 210,649 11,703 1979-80 12-5 17 183,090 10,770 1980-81 14-3 17 177,213 10,424 1981-82 16-2 18 184,231 10,235 1982-83 13-4 17 169,146 9,950 1983-84 14-2 16 173,368 10,836 1984-85 15-3 18 211,096 11,728 1985-86 15-2 17 199,836 11,755 1986-87 10-7 17 198,794 11,694 1987-88 8-8 16 193,209 12,076 1988-89 9-8 17 198,640 11,684 1989-90 16-3 19 234,402 12,338 1990-91 11-7 18 226,741 12,597 1991-92 12-4 16 196,142 12,259 1992-93 3-12 15 172,057 11,470 1993-94 6-10 16 173,885 10,868 1994-95 7-9 16 175,391 10,962 1995-96 12-4 16 181,472 11,342 1996-97 12-3 15 163,277 10,885 1997-98 14-4 18 210,911 11,717 1998-99 9-6 15 179,625 11,975 1999-00 13-2 15 189,667 12,644 2000-01 12-6 18 218,822 12,157 2001-02 13-4 17 206,213 12,130 2002-03 17-1 18 220,789 12,266 2003-04 15-3 18 226,738 12,597 2004-05 12-4 16 201,114 12,570 2005-06 12-5 17 211,176 12,423 2006-07 15-2 17 208,522 12,266 2007-08 15-3 18 224,623 12,479 2008-09 18-0 18 229,768 12,765 All-Time Record at UD Arena: 493-181 All-Time Games: 674 All-Time Attendance: 7,944,911 All-Time Average: 11,787

Rank* 5th 6th 10th --10th ------17th 20th 22nd 25th 28th 32nd 25th 21st 21st 20th 24th 26th 25th 25th 30th 32nd 35th 34th 33rd 35th 26th 27th 24th 24th 23rd 24th 25th 18th 23rd 26th 27th 27th

*denotes NCAA Division I Attendance Rank

NBA Exhibitions At UD Arena Date Game Att

Sept. 26, 1970 Cleveland 101, Phoenix 89 Sept. 26, 1970 Buffalo 116, Cincinnati 108 Sept. 28, 1971 Cincinnati 118, Buffalo 100 Oct. 4, 1971 Indiana 106, Kentucky 98 Oct. 4, 1974 Milwaukee 103, Portland 96 Oct. 9, 1974 Philadelphia 112, Houston 107 Oct. 3, 1975 Washington 109, Boston 108 Oct. 11, 1977 N.Y. Knicks 113, Boston 109 Oct. 10, 1978 L.A. Lakers 107, Phoenix 105 Oct. 12, 1984 Indiana 110, Cleveland 106 Oct. 26, 1988 Cleveland 120, Detroit 102 Oct. 18, 1989 Phoenix 115, N.Y. Knicks 106 Oct. 15, 1995 Chicago 114, Indiana 105 Oct. 10, 1997 Cleveland 105, Indiana 98 Oct. 14, 1999 Milwaukee113, Atlanta 89 Oct. 11, 2004 Cleveland 103, Charlotte 77

9,800 9,800 1,200 3,100 13,458 1,423 5,383 7,775 4,198 1,336 8,087 6,584 13,500 8,487 3,926 7,589


ALL-TIME UD ARENA SELLOUTS AP Ranks Date UD Opp Opponent W/L UD Opp Att

AP Ranks Date UD Opp Opponent W/L UD Opp Att

1 Dec 6, 1969 2 Dec 23, 1969 3 Dec 27, 1969 4 Jan 14, 1970 5 Jan 17, 1970 6 Jan 31, 1970 7 Feb 7, 1970 8 Feb 28, 1970 9 Dec 22, 1970 10 Jan 13, 1971 11 Mar 3, 1971 12 Feb 26, 1972 13 Mar 4, 1972 14 Dec 9, 1972 15 Mar 4, 1974 16 Feb 11, 1978 17 Mar 4, 1978 18 Mar 14, 1978 19 Jan 16, 1979 20 Mar 1, 1980 21 Mar 4, 1981 22 Mar 6, 1982 23 Mar 3, 1984 24 Jan 12, 1985 25 Jan 26, 1985 26 Feb 8, 1985 27 Feb 23, 1985 28 Mar 9, 1985 29 Mar 15, 1985 30 Feb 22, 1986 31 Dec 16, 1986 32 Jan 31, 1987 33 Mar 7, 1987 34 Jan 23, 1988 35 Mar 5, 1988 36 Mar 12, 1988 37 Dec 17, 1988 38 Feb 4, 1989 39 Jan 6, 1990 40 Jan 27, 1990 41 Feb 28, 1990 42 Mar 3, 1990 43 Mar 9, 1990 44 Mar 10, 1990

45 Dec 29, 1990 46 Feb 17, 1991 47 Feb 29, 1992 48 Dec 29, 1992 49 Dec 11, 1993 50 Jan 15, 1994 51 Jan 24, 1998 52 Feb 21, 1998 53 Mar 16, 1998 54 Jan 30, 1999 55 Jan 11, 2000 56 Feb 12, 2000 57 Feb 17, 2000 58 Feb 26, 2000 59 Nov 29, 2000 60 Feb 17, 2001 61 Feb 21, 2001 62 Mar 4, 2001 63 Jan 5, 2002 64 Feb 16, 2002 65 Nov 30, 2002 66 Feb 15, 2003 67 Feb 22, 2003 68 Mar 1, 2003 69 Jan 10, 2004 70 Jan 31, 2004 71 Mar 13, 2004 72 Dec 4, 2004 73 Jan 22, 2005 74 Feb 19, 2005 75 Feb 26, 2005 76 Mar 4, 2006 77 Feb 24, 2007 78 Mar 3, 2007 79 Dec 29, 2007 80 Mar 3, 2008 81 Jan 16, 2008 82 Jan 30, 2008 83 Feb 16, 2008 84 Feb 24, 2008 85 Mar 8, 2008 86 Feb 11, 2009 87 Feb 14, 2009 88 Mar 7, 2009

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- Bowling Green --- Cincinnati --- Miami/Ohio 18 Louisville --- DePaul --- Colgate 12 Florida State 13 Notre Dame --- Duke 16 Louisville --- Miami/Ohio 10 Southwestern Louisiana --- Notre Dame --- Michigan 2 Notre Dame --- Cincinnati 7 Notre Dame --- Georgetown NIT 7 Louisville 14 Notre Dame 2 DePaul --- Notre Dame --- Notre Dame --- Cincinnati 7 DePaul --- Canisius --- Marquette --- Notre Dame 2ot --- Villanova NCAA --- Marquette --- Ohio State --- Cincinnati 20 Notre Dame --- Marquette --- Wright State --- Notre Dame 14 Ohio State --- Xavier* --- Wright State --- Detroit* --- Notre Dame 19 Xavier* --- Loyola/Ill. MCC 24 Xavier MCC

W 72 70 L 62 64 L 64 66 L 69 77 W 79 75 W 97 82 L 76 82 W 95 79 L 64 70 L 68 73 L 53 83 L 86 103 W 86 74 L 78 81 W 97 82 L 40 42 W 66 59 L 62 71 L 76 77 L 54 62 L 64 84 W 79 72 W 80 70 W 81 66 W 65 64 W 60 52 W 72 59 L 73 80 L 49 51 L 79 82 W 89 86 W 67 64 L 56 62 W 67 62 W 89 71 L 59 72 L 76 104 L 78 82 L 99 101 W 100 80 W 97 79 W 111 108 W 97 95 W 98 89

13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,528 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,455 13,455 13,455 13,505 13,455 13,495 13,455 13,455 13,511 13,260 13,502 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,452 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,202 13,202

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 24 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 25 25 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 17 14 --- --- --- --- 14 --- ---

--- Cincinnati --- Xavier --- Xavier* 21 Cincinnati --- Wright State 21 Cincinnati* 19 Xavier* --- Rhode Island* --- Penn State NIT --- Xavier* --- Xavier* --- St. Bonaventure* 7 Temple* --- Rhode Island* 22 Cincinnati --- George Washington* 23 Saint Joseph’s* 24 Xavier* --- Xavier* --- Rhode Island* 19 Cincinnati 25 Saint Joseph’s* 14 Xavier* --- Fordham* ot --- Temple* --- Xavier* --- Xavier* A10 --- Cincinnati --- La Salle* --- Xavier* --- George Washington* --- Rhode Island* --- Xavier* --- Saint Louis* 2ot 6 Pittsburgh 22 Rhode Island* --- Massachusetts* --- Saint Louis* --- Temple* 10 Xavier* --- Saint Joseph’s* --- Xavier* --- Richmond* --- Duquesne*

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

71 83 56 55 83 63 93 71 74 91 76 68 58 77 75 82 72 65 59 66 75 66 72 69 60 74 49 55 66 59 59 56 67 65 80 92 82 63 77 57 79 71 70 74

75 79 72 65 56 79 82 62 77 86 72 64 64 51 82 79 82 62 66 57 69 56 73 64 56 67 58 65 58 55 62 65 75 64 55 83 71 36 66 51 67 58 65 61

13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,505 13,505 13,521 13,521 13,409 13,521 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,521 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,133 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435

* denotes conference game

A sold-out UD Arena crowd of 13,409 watches the tipoff of the Dayton-Xavier game on Feb. 19, 2005. Although the Arena opened its doors 40 years ago, more than one-third of UD’s 88 sellouts have come in the last ten years.

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LARGEST CROWDS TO WATCH THE FLYERS Date Opponent W/L UD Opp Atten. Arena

Date Opponent W/L UD Opp Atten. Arena

1 Feb 25, 1995 2 Mar 21, 1968 3 Dec 11, 1996 4 Dec 10, 1988 5 Dec 8, 2007 6 Mar 20, 1971 7 Mar 26, 2008 8 Mar 23, 1968 9 Mar 25, 1967 10 Mar 24, 1967 11 Dec 23, 2000 12 Mar 18, 2004 13 Mar 19, 1968 14 Mar 18, 1955 15 Mar 15, 1952 16 Mar 8, 1952 17 Mar 17, 1951 18 Mar 23, 1961 19 Mar 22, 1962 20 Nov 29, 1999 21 Mar 13, 1952 22 Mar 12, 1960 23 Jan 12, 1977 24 Mar 15, 1951 25 Feb 6, 1985 26 Dec 26, 1961 27 Mar 17, 1955 28 Mar 15, 1960 29 Mar 15, 1982 30 Mar 6, 1954 31 Nov 20, 1999 32 Mar 16, 1968 33 Mar 22, 1956 34 Mar 24, 1962 35 Dec 29, 1954 36 Mar 18, 1990 37 Feb 23, 1991

38 Mar 20, 1958 vs St. John’s NIT 39 Mar 20, 2009 vs. West Virginia NCAA 40 Mar 24, 1956 vs Louisville NIT 41 Nov 19, 1999 at New Mexico 42 Mar 25, 1961 vs Holy Cross NIT 43 Dec 26, 1963 vs Villanova 44 Dec 27, 1998 vs Cincinnati 45 Dec 10, 2008 at Creighton 46 Dec 30, 1961 vs La Salle 47 Dec 28, 1956 vs Duquesne 48 Dec 28, 1961 vs Wisconsin 49 Mar 16, 1957 vs St. Peter’s NIT 50 Dec 19, 1992 at Michigan State 51 Feb 15, 1992 at Tennessee 52 Mar 4, 1958 at Cincinnati 53 Feb 10, 1990 at Marquette 54 Nov 26, 2005 at Creighton 2ot 55 Feb 2, 1994 at Saint Louis 56 Feb 9, 1991 at Marquette 57 Dec 17, 1966 Louisville 58 Dec 2, 1981 Minnesota 59 Feb 19, 1956 Xavier 60 Feb 7, 1987 DePaul 61 Mar 22, 2009 Kansas NCAA 62 Dec 19, 1977 Louisville 63 Mar 11, 1952 Saint Louis 64 Mar 6, 1975 Louisville 65 Mar 21, 1961 Temple NIT 66 Mar 15, 1962 Wichita State NIT 67 Dec 29, 1958 Utah ECAC 68 Dec 19, 1985 Ohio State 69 Mar 16, 1974 New Mexico 70 Feb 20, 1994 Marquette 71 Nov 29, 2000 Cincinnati Feb 17, 2001 George Washington Feb 21, 2001 Saint Joseph’s Feb 12, 2000 St. Bonaventure Feb 17, 2000 Temple Jan 11, 2000 Xavier Mar 4, 2001 Xavier

at Saint Louis L vs Notre Dame ot NIT W at Louisville L at Louisville L at Louisville W vs Duke NIT L vs Ohio State NIT L vs Kansas NIT W vs UCLA NCAA L vs North Carolina NCAA W at Louisville W vs DePaul 2ot NCAA L vs Fordham NIT W vs Duquesne NIT L vs La Salle NIT L vs New York U. NIT W vs Brigham Young NIT L vs Saint Louis NIT L vs Loyola/Ill. NIT W vs Kentucky W vs St. Bonaventure NIT W vs Temple NIT W at Cincinnati L vs St. John’s ot NIT W at DePaul W vs New York U. W vs St Francis/Pa. ot NIT W vs Bradley NIT L at Illinois NIT W vs Manhattan NIT W vs Samford W vs West Virginia NIT W vs St Francis/N.Y. NIT W vs St. John’s NIT W vs Duquesne L vs Arkansas NCAA L at Fordham L

51 76 67 68 70 60 74 61 64 76 91 69 61 58 64 81 43 60 98 68 69 72 61 69 67 75 79 64 61 90 65 87 89 73 75 84 63

63 74 80 95 65 68 63 48 79 62 68 76 60 70 75 66 62 67 82 66 62 51 84 62 63 67 73 78 58 79 63 68 58 67 90 86 73

20,930 Kiel Center (St. Louis) 19,500 Madison Square Garden (NY) 19,413 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 19,364 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 19,128 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 19,102 Madison Square Garden (NY) 19,040 Schottenstein Center (Columbus) 19,008 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,892 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 18,889 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 18,739 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 18,698 HSBC Arena (Buffalo) 18,683 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,496 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,485 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,442 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,379 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,378 Madison Square Garden (NY) 17,326 Madison Square Garden (NY) 17,232 Firstar Center (Cincinnati) 17,131 Madison Square Garden (NY) 17,078 Madison Square Garden (NY) 17,009 Riverfront Coli. (Cincinnati) 16,815 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,803 Rosemont Horizon (Chicago) 16,797 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,485 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,345 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,275 Assembly Hall (Champaign) 16,259 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,207 “The Pit” (Albuquerque) 16,127 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,125 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,037 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,015 Madison Square Garden (NY) 15,884 Erwin Center (Austin) 15,878 Madison Square Garden (NY)

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

80 68 80 70 76 73 51 59 81 88 93 79 60 67 66 79 90 75 65 81 74 85 65 60 63 68 67 62 79 70 73 61 62 75 82 72 68 58 76 65

56 60 93 57 85 77 53 77 67 45 105 71 65 68 70 77 91 94 67 96 90 75 88 43 69 58 83 60 71 79 80 66 84 82 79 82 64 64 72 62

15,834 Madison Square Garden (NY) 15,794 Metrodome (Minneapolis) 15,763 Madison Square Garden (NY) 15,740 “The Pit” (Albuquerque) 15,673 Madison Square Garden (NY) 15,451 Madison Square Garden (NY) 15,440 Gund Arena (Cleveland) 15,418 Qwest Center (Omaha) 15,408 Madison Square Garden (NY) 15,400 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 15,238 Madison Square Garden (NY) 15,135 Madison Square Garden (NY) 15,121 Breslin Center (East Lansing) 15,112 Thompson-Boling (Knoxville) 15,011 Cincinnati Gardens 14,988 Bradley Center (Milwaukee) 14,880 Qwest Center (Omaha) 14,791 Kiel Center (St. Louis) 14,708 Bradley Center (Milwaukee) 14,602 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 14,352 Williams Arena (Minneapolis) 14,284 Cincinnati Gardens 14,280 Rosemont Horizon (Chicago) 14,279 Metrodome (Minneapolis) 14,191 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 14,112 Madison Square Garden (NY) 14,109 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 13,896 Madison Square Garden (NY) 13,895 Madison Square Garden (NY) 13,746 Madison Square Garden (NY) 13,681 St. John Arena (Columbus) 13,658 McKale Center (Tucson) 13,642 Bradley Center (Milwaukee) 13,553 UD Arena 13,553 UD Arena 13,553 UD Arena 13,553 UD Arena 13,553 UD Arena 13,553 UD Arena 13,553 UD Arena

The tip-off between Dayton and DePaul at HSBC Arena in Buffalo, N.Y. during the NCAA Tournament First Round in 2004. The crowd of 18,698 was the 10th-largest to ever watch the Flyers play.

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headers FLYERS IN THE ABA & NBA Bucky Bockhorn 1958-65 Cincinnati Royals

Roger Brown

1967-75

Johnny Davis

1976-86

Henry Finkel

1966-75

Indiana Pacers

Portland Trail Blazers Indiana Pacers Atlanta Hawks Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles Lakers San Diego Rockets Boston Celtics

Roger Brown never played a varsity game for theFlyers, but his impact on the program is not forgotten. In 1960-61, the Flyer freshman team caught the attention of the entire UD community by regularly pounding the opposition. Brown didn’t play varsity at UD and was banned by the NBA for having ‘associated’ with New York City gamblers, but no illegal act was ever charged. The ABA ended the injustice in 1967, allowing Brown to play for the Indiana Pacers. Many claim that if Brown had played and Bill Chmielewski had stayed in school, UD would have won two national titles.

Chuck Grigsby 1954-55 New York Knicks

Chris Harris

St. Louis Hawks Rochester Royals

1955-56

Bobby Joe Hooper 1968-69

Indiana Pacers

John Horan

1955-56

Negele Knight

1990-99

Don May

1968-75

Don Meineke

1952-57

Jim Palmer

1958-61

Minneapolis Lakers

Phoenix Suns San Antonio Spurs Detroit Pistons Toronto Raptors New York Knicks Buffalo Braves Atlanta Hawks Philadelphia 76ers Kansas City Kings Ft. Wayne Pistons Rochester Royals Cincinnati Royals Cincinnati Royals New York Knicks

Jim Paxson Jr. 1979-90

Portland Trail Blazers Boston Celtics

Jim Paxson Sr. 1956-58 Minneapolis Lakers Cincinnati Royals

Donald Smith

1974-75

Sedric Toney

1985-90

Philadelphia 76ers

Atlanta Hawks Phoenix Suns New York Knicks Indiana Pacers Sacramento Kings

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Bucky Bockhorn was one of 20 Flyer all-time greats named to UD’s All-Century Team in 2004. He went on to a seven-year NBA career before a knee injury cut it short.


FLYERS IN THE DRAFT Year Draftee

Team League Rd.

1952 Chuck Grigsby

Baltimore NBA

—-

1952 Don Meinke

Fort Wayne NBA

—-

1952 Junior Norris Rochester NBA

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1954 Jim Paxson Rochester NBA

—-

1955 John Horan

—-

Fort Wayne NBA

1955 Jack Sallee Syracuse NBA

3rd

1956 Jim Paxson

—-

Minneapolis NBA

1956 Bill Uhl Rochester NBA

—-

1957 Jim Palmer St. Louis NBA

2nd

1958 Bucky Bockhorn Cincinnati NBA

3rd

1958 Don Lane New York NBA

5th

1958 Jack McCarthy Cincinnati NBA

16th

1960 Frank Case

Detroit NBA

3rd

1962 Tom Hatton St. Louis NBA

5th

1962 Gary Roggenburk

Philadelphia NBA

4th

1964 Bill Chmielewski Cincinnati NBA

2nd

1964 Henry Finkel Los Angeles NBA

4th

1964 Gordy Hatton

Philadelphia NBA

7th

1965 Henry Finkel

Philadelphia NBA

4th

1966 Henry Finkel Los Angeles NBA

2nd

1968 Bobby Joe Hooper New York NBA

8th

1968 Don May

3rd

Indiana ABA

1968 Bobby Joe Hooper Indiana ABA 1969 Dan Sadlier

Johnny Davis declared hardship after his junior season at UD and the next season claimed an NBA World Championship with the Portland Trail Blazers. That was a good thing for the Flyer opposition. In his final home game he scored 35 against Florida State. After scoring 16 in the first half, then-Seminole Coach Hugh Durham went to work. “We made some halftime adjustments on him,” said Durham. “And held him to 19 in the second half.” After his playing career, Davis began coaching and was even the head coach for the Philadelphia 76ers in Allen Iverson’s rookie season. He was also the head coach of the Orlando Magic.

12th

Phoenix NBA

6th

1969 Dan Obrovac San Francisco NBA

6th

1969 Dan Sadlier Kentucky ABA

9th

1970 Jim Gottschall San Diego NBA

9th

1970 George Janky

Pittsburgh ABA

2nd

1970 George Janky

Portland NBA

6th

1971 Ken May San Francisco NBA

7th

1971 Tom Crosswhite

Baltimore NBA

13th

1971 George Jackson

Milwaukee NBA

14th

1971 Ken May

Floridians ABA

15th

1974 Donald Smith

Philadelphia NBA

2nd

1974 Mike Sylvester

Detroit NBA

6th

1974 Mike Sylvester Carolina ABA

10th

1976 Johnny Davis

Portland NBA

2nd

1978 Erv Giddings New York NBA

4th

1979 Jim Paxson

Portland NBA

1st

1982 Mike Kanieski New York NBA

6th

1984 Roosevelt Chapman Kansas City NBA

3rd

1985 Sedric Toney Atlanta NBA

3rd

1986 Dave Colbert

Boston NBA

5th

1986 Damon Goodwin

Phoenix NBA

7th

1990 Negele Knight

Phoenix NBA

2nd

Jim Paxson had a great professional career with Portland and Boston. The former General Manager and Vice President of Basketball Operations for the Cleveland Cavaliers, he was the first Portland Trail Blazer to score 10,000 career points and was recently inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame. The Blazers had made him the 14th pick of the 1979 NBA Draft.

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ALL-AMERICA FLYERS Alphonse Schumacher 1912, 1913

The Helms Foundation brought life to the early age of basketball in 1957, when they commissioned a panel to reward All-Americans dating back to 1905. Schumacher led the Flyers to a 24-0 mark in the span of 1911-13 and was named to the ten-player squads in each season.

Don Meineke 1951, 1952

Meineke was among the nation’s standouts as the game took a dramatic rise in popularity in the early 1950s. In his senior campaign, Meineke averaged 21.1 points and 11.8 rebounds while shooting 44 percent from the field and 79 percent from the line and was picked second-team All-America by Helms, Look Magazine and the Associated Press. As a junior Monk was picked third-team All-America by Helms and Converse.

John Horan 1955

The Vertical Hyphen was third-team All-America by Converse and the United Press International as a senior after averaging 18.4 points and 13.3 boards for the 25-4 Flyers, which wound up losing the NIT title game to Duquesne. Horan remains UD’s all-time top rebounder and graduated as the number-two scorer behind only Meineke. He is now tenth on that list.

Bill Uhl 1956

The Greenfield Goliath came up huge during his entire career. The 7-footer averaged 18.4 points and 14.7 boards in 1956 as the Flyers soared to #2 in the nation, behind only San Francisco and the amazing Bill Russell. Uhl was picked to Look Magazine’s first team while joining the second teams of AP, UPI, Collier’s, INS and NEA.

Bill Chmielewski 1962

In his only season of college ball, Chmielewski led the Flyers to their first National Invitation Tournament title and was picked as the Most Valuable Player of the tournament. With averages of 15.4 points and 11.4 rebounds, he was named second-team All-America by Converse.

Garry Roggenburk 1962

One of the truly great athletes in Flyer history, Roggenburk was a consistent scorer and a prolific rebounder as well as being the best baseball pitcher in school history. After UD gave Tom Blackburn his long awaited NIT Trophy in 1962, Roggenburk was honored with third-team All-America status by the Helms Foundation.

Henry Finkel 1966

Don Meineke did more to establish Dayton as a nationalpower than any other player - scoring 1,866 career points and leading the Flyers to NIT success. In 1953, he became the NBA’s first Rookie of the Year

Ten years after Uhl graduated, the Flyers had another 7-foot All-American. Henry Finkel had led the Flyers to the NCAA Tournament as both a junior and a senior, but both times UD lost to the nation’s top ranked team. As a junior, Cazzie Russell’s Michigan Wolverines downed the Flyers. As a senior, Finkel’s Flyers lost to #1 Kentucky, which would lose a historic game to Texas Western (now UTEP). With sophomore Don May sharing the workload in 1966, Finkel’s numbers (22.7 points, 12.1 rebounds) were actually career lows, but the Helms Foundation understood his impact.

Don May 1967, 1968

Don May led the Flyers to a rarity -- the championship games of both major college tournaments. The two-time USBWA All-American nearly singlehandedly landed UD in the NCAA title game by making 13 straight field goals in the national semifinal against North Carolina. UD lost to UCLA in the title game. The next year, the Flyers won the National Invitation Tournament as May averaged 23.4 points and 15.0 rebounds.

Jim Paxson 1979

A late-season shoulder injury which cost him the better part of five games stopped Jim Paxson from being UD’s all-time leading scorer, but his senior year averages of 23.2 points, 5.7 assists and 52.6 field-goal percentage made the USBWA name him an All-American. Paxson, a marketing major, also made First-Team Academic All-America, as voted by CoSIDA.

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Mike Kanieski was a two-time first-team CoSIDA Academic All-American. The marketing major averaged 16.9 points in 1981 and 18.4 the following year.


INTERNATIONAL FLYERS Jim Paxson, Sr.

1955 Pan America Games in Mexico City Paxson played in all five games as the USA entry won the gold medal at the Pan Am Games, the championship of the Americas. While a standout player and a future NBAer himself, Paxson may be better remembered for being the father of two NBA greats -- former all-pro Jim (a UD grad himself) and multiple-world champion John.

Johnny Davis

1975 Pan America Games in Mexico City Davis was one of five players to average double figures in scoring as the USA entry won the Gold medal. A sure bet to become the first 2,000-point Flyer, Davis opted for the NBA after his junior season and left Don May’s record for Roosevelt Chapman. Quite a consolation, Davis claimed an NBA World Championship with the Portland Trail Blazers in what would have been his senior year.

Mike Sylvester

1980 Olympic Games in Moscow Sylvester was the lone American to win a medal in the boycotted Games as he represented Italy, which won a silver medal. Sylvester, who had attended Moeller High School in Cincinnati, held dual citizenship in the United States and Italy. Playing professionally in Italy at the time, he actually supported the boycott. “As a U.S. citizen, my duty was to boycott. As an Italian citizen, my duty was to play. So what was the answer? I was for the boycott. I was with old Jimmy (Carter) morally, but if I didn’t play, they might never have allowed me to play here (Italy) again.”

Don Donoher

1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles In 1986, Donoher was the head coach of the gold medal-winning U.S. team at the R. Williams Jones Cup in Taiwan. That team was paced by Duke’s Danny Ferry and Cal’s Kevin Johnson. It wasn’t Mick’s first international experience. In 1984 he was an assistant coach to Bobby Knight as the United States won the gold medal at the Los Angeles Olympics. That team, led by Michael Jordan, Patrick Ewing and Chris Mullin, went 8-0 and won by an average margin of 32 points. The assistant coaches along with Donoher were George Raveling and C.M. Newton.

Mike Sylvester, who scored 36 points as UD nearly upset UCLA in the 1974 NCAA Tournament, is the only Flyer to win an Olympic Medal as a player... and he didn’t do it with Team U.S.A.

Ed Young

1986 Jones Cup in Taiwan Young won the gold playing for Coach Donoher at the Jones Cup in 1986. “I imagine when his playing days are over,” Donoher said in the 1986-87 UD media guide. “Ed will look back upon the Jones Cup as one of his best basketball-related experiences. He had a chance to represent his country, got a glimpse of life in the Far East, got to play with some fine young guys from other universities and he also won a gold medal.”

Oliver Purnell

1999 World University Games in Palma de Mallorca, Spain 2001 Goodwill Games in Brisbane, Australia 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece Purnell is the most experienced Flyer in international ball. Over the summer of 1999 he took USA Basketball to the World University Games and brought home the gold with the likes of Kenyon Martin and Michael Redd. He was an assistant on the 1996 gold medal-winning Men’s 22 and Under World Championship Qualifying Team in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 1995 Purnell was an assistant on the gold-medal winning World University Games team in Fukuoka, Japan. In 2001, he was the assistant to Flip Saunders at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane, Australia, striking gold yet again. In the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece, he earned a bronze medal with USA Basketball as an assistant to Larry Brown.

Ed Young was a small center on the 1984 team that advanced to the NCAA West Regional Finals. Young met up with Patrick Ewing in the West Regional Final at Pauley Pavilion before joining Donoher on the gold-medal winning U.S. entry at the Jones Cup in Taiwan.

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Years Ht Hometown High School Dave Abel 1977-1980 --- Adams 1940-1941 Desmond Adedeji 2005-2007 Frank Aires 1942-1943 Seburn Alexander 1934-1936 Mike Allen 1957-1959 Pat Allen 1958-1961 Bill Almashy 1954-1957 Chris Alvarez 2004-2006 Joe Amersback 1922-1923 Sam Anderson 1963-1964 Joe Andras 1929-1930 Ron Anello 1960-1963 Matt Angarone 1998-1999 Marty Armbruster 1931-1935 Jim Arndts 1947-1949 Bob Arnzen 1946-1947 Jim Arnzen 1976-1977 Joe Ashburn 1998-2000 Mark Ashman 1996-2000 Ray Atherton 1956-1958 Jim Ayres 1934-1935 Elmer Bache 1936-1939 Stephen Bamigbola 1997-2000 Willard Banks 1936-1937 Vincent Barlow 1914-1922 Richard Barr 1946-1947 William Barth 1931-1932 Will Bath 1945-1946 John Bauer 1930-1932 Charlie Baum 1927-1928 Russell Becker 1922-1923 Charlie Benbow 1934-1935 Marques Bennett 2002-2006 Josh Benson 2009- Don Bernard 1968-1969 Al Bertke 1969-1972 Maurice Beyina 1993-1997 Frank Biesinger 1903-1905 Jimmy Binnie 2004-2008 Jim Birtle 1945-1946 John Bitter 1970-1973 Jim Blake 1924-1926 Bill Blake 1923-1926 Mike Blevins 1967-1968 Bucky Bockhorn 1955-1958 Dan Bockhorn 1978-1979 Harold Bockhorn 1957-1958 Terry Bockhorn 1957-1960 Bob Bockrath 1945-1947 Dick Bogenrife 1955-1958 Louis Bok 1964-1965 Urban Boll 1911-1912 Don Bolton 1949-1950 Ken Boxwell 1945-1947 Tom Boykin 1958-1959 Pete Boyle 1949-1952 David Bradds 1987-1991 William Brady 2004-2006 Ken Branch 1987-1991 Fred Brendel 1930-1932 Mike Brannen 1974-1978 Keith Braswell 1994-1995 Clarence Braun 1912-1914 Ray Broadstone 1914-1915 Bob Brockman 1932-1934 Whitey Brockman 1928-1929 Jeffrey Brookins 1994-1996 Tom Brooks 1964-1966 Jack Brown 1946-1947 Philip Brun 1929-1930 Jack Bunger 1946-1949 Ralph Burdg 1931-1932 Henry Burlong 1963-1965 Robert Busse 1949-1950 Mike Byrd 1979-1983 Joe Cabrinha 1929-1930 Dick Campbell 1948-1951 --- Carlin 1925-1926 Bill Carolan 1925-1927 Frank Case 1957-1960 Bill Cassidy 1963-1966

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

Orchard Park, Michigan --- Landover Hills, Maryland Rockville Center, New York --- New Lexington, Ohio New Lexington, Ohio Martins Ferry, Ohio Miami, Florida Cleveland, Ohio Hibbing, Minnesota --- Cleveland, Ohio Niles, Illinois Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Delphos, Ohio Delphos, Ohio Akron, Ohio Saint Marys, Ohio Louisville, Kentucky --- --- Lagos, Nigeria --- Dayton, Ohio Nashville, Tennessee --- Xenia, Ohio --- --- Dayton, Ohio --- Indianapolis, Indiana Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Bangui, C.entral African Republic Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Johnston, Iowa Yellow Springs, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Lebanon, Ohio Campbell Hill, Illinois Kettering, Ohio Campbell Hill, Illinois Campbell ill, Illinois Dayton, Ohio London, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio --- Middletown, Ohio Xenia, Ohio Xenia, Ohio Floral Park, New York Jamestown, Ohio Bloomington,Illinois New Lebanon, Ohio --- Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Dayton, Ohio --- --- Sandersville, Georgia Weehawken, New Jersey Dayton, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio Minster, Ohio South Lebanon, Ohio --- Columbus, Ohio --- New York, New York Flushing, New York Lexington, Kentucky

Detroit Central Catholic --DeMatha ----Saint Aloysius Saint Aloysius Martins Ferry Blair (N.J.) Academy --McGregor --Lutheran Main Township South Stivers Vandalia Saint John’s Saint John’s Garfield Memorial Riverside Military ----Saint Theresa’s Catholic ------------------Brebeuf Academy Dunbar Beavercreek Chaminade Bogonda --Johnston --North College Hill ----Springboro Trico Consolidated Alter Trico Consolidated Trico Consolidated --Midway Roger Bacon --Middletown --OSSO Chaminade Greeneview Central Catholic Dixie --Roger Bacon CAPE --------Washington County Saint Joseph’s --------Roosevelt Minster Kings --Aquinas ----Jamaica Saint Xavier

Kevin Conrad was a scrappy floor leader for the Flyers in the early ‘80s. Given one more game in his career, and he would likely have been one of four Flyers with 1,000 points and 500 assists. He ended up 17 points shy of 1,000 and two assists short of 500.

Player Years Ht Hometown High School Roosevelt Chapman 1980-1984 Bob Chester 1925-1926 Bill Chmielewski 1961-1962 Dan Christie 1983-1987 Joseph Clasgens 1906-1907 Don Claudepierre 1941-1943 Frank Clifford 1922-1923 Wes Coffee 1988-1992 Joe Coladarci 1971-1972 Dave Colbert 1984-1986 Rocky Coleman 1973-1975 Leo Comollo 1924-1925 --- Conlogue 1924-1926 --- Connare 1938-1939 Kevin Conrad 1979-1983 Matt Cooper 1996-2000 Stan Corbett 1928-1934 Anthony Corbitt 1986-1990 Nic Cordero 1997-1998 Thiago Cordeiro 2007-2008 Carl Costell 1926-1927 Jeremiah Costello 1908-1910 E.A. Couch 1958-1959 Fred Cramer 1930-1931 Bill Cramsey 1958-1961 James Cripe 2003-2006 J. Cronan 1905-1906 Tom Crosswhite 1968-1971 Bill Crotty 1985-1989 Howard Crush 1926-1928 Wendell Cultice 1942-1943 Joe Currin 1992-1994 Rory Dahlinghaus 1982-1986 Richard Dahn 1942-1943 Chris Daniels 1991-1996 Donald Davis 1947-1949 Johnny Davis 1973-1976 Lawrence Davis 1942-1943 Robert Davis 1948-1949 Carl Deckwitz 1917-1918 John Debesis 1924-1928 Chuck Dehler 1926-1928 John Devereux 1913-1915 Ray Dieringer 1954-1956 John Dill 1940-1941 Gordon Dodane 1953-1954 Cain Doliboa 1997-2000 Leo Donley 1938-1939 Brian Donoher 1987-1989 Don Donoher 1951-1954 Conan Doyle 1923-1926 Phil Dubensky 1958-1961 Ned Duffy 1947-1948

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

Brooklyn, New York --- Detroit, Michigan Oak Harbor, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Hamilton, Ohio Corning, Ohio New Lebanon, Ohio Hawthorne, New Jersey Cleveland, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania --- --- --- Glen Ellyn, Illinois Worthington, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Pernambuco, Brazil Toledo, Ohio Anderson, Indiana Paintsville, Kentucky --- Allentown, Pennsylvania Loveland, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Centerville, Ohio --- Xenia, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Maria Stein, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Hamilton, Ohio Detroit, Michigan Xenia, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio --- Lexington, Kentucky Wapakoneta, Ohio --- Fort Wayne, Indiana Springboro, Ohio St. Louis, Missouri Kettering, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Lakewood, Ohio Dayton, Ohio

Westinghouse --Holy Redeemer Oak Harbor ------Dixie Hawthorne John Marshall Canevin ------Benet Academy Worthington --Patterson Colonel White Atual ----Carr Creek --Allentown Central Catholic Loveland --Dennison Saint Mary’s Alter ----Moeller Marion Local --DeSales Hamilton Catholic Murray Wright ------------St. Joseph’s --Central Catholic Springboro --Alter Toledo Central Catholic --Lakewood Chaminade


ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Years Ht Hometown High School

Anthony Grant played in two NCAA Tournaments and one NIT with the Flyers in the mid-1980s, but that wasn’t enough for him. He became a coach and in 2000 with Florida, as an assistant under Billy Donovan, found himself on the sidelines for the National Championship against Michigan State. Opposite Grant was an assistant coach for the Spartans by the name of Brian Gregory.

Player Years Ht Hometown High School Derrick Dukes Herbert Dwyer Fred Eckert Frank Elardo Jeff Elder Allen Elijah Rex Emerick Steve Emerick Henry Faas Luke Fabrizius Francis Farley Vincent Farrel Con Fecher Nick Ferri Bob Fiely Jim Finke Henry Finkel Doug Finn Sean Finn --- Fisher Joe Fisher Ted Fitz Dan Fitzsimmons Harold Flaine Edward Flanagan --- Flynn Robert Flynn Dan Fox Richard Fox Claude Frederick Jerry Francis Bill Frericks Tom Frericks Don Fritz Paul Froendhoff Gerald Fulweiler Gordy Gahm Santos Garcia Rex Gardecki Andrew Gaydosh Fred George Roman Gerber Erv Giddings James Gift Gamal Gilchrist Bill Ginn Bob Glaser Pat Gleason Damon Goodwin Mike Gorney Jerry Gottschall Jim Gottschall Anthony Grant Scott Gray Nate Green

1990-1994 1919-1920 1975-1976 1919-1920 1992-1995 1972-1975 1907-1908 1920-1921 1919-1920 2008- 1920-1922 1914-1915 1946-1947 1968-1970 1953-1956 1942-1948 1963-1966 1926-1927 2000-2004 1923-1924 1972-1975 1996-2000 1930-1931 1930-1932 1929-1931 1930-1931 1947-1951 2006- 1965-1967 1909-1910 1967-1968 1975-1977 1950-1953 1971-1972 1939-1941 1923-1924 1970-1973 1936-1937 1970-1972 1990-1994 1936-1938 1921-1922 1974-1978 1942-1943 1999-2001 1945-1949 1980-1981 1927-1928 1982-1986 1978-1982 1967-1970 1967-1970 1983-1987 1980-1981 1998-2003

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

Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio San Pierre, Indiana Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Detroit, Michigan South Milford, Indiana Dayton, Ohio --- Arlington Heights, Illinois Dayton, Ohio East Orange, New Jersey Dayton, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Fort Recovery, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Union City, New Jersey --- Hays, Kansas --- Lima, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio --- --- --- --- Lexington, Kentucky Wolcottville, Indiana Mason, Ohio Connersville, Indiana Columbus, Ohio Kettering, Ohio Minster, Ohio Covington, Kentucky --- Dayton, Ohio Louisville, Kentucky --- Miamisburg, Ohio Richmond, Indiana --- Chillicothe, Ohio Detroit, Michigan Dayton, Ohio Rochester, New York Dayton, Ohio Bellaire, Ohio --- Saint Marys, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Miami, Florida Wheelersburg, Ohio Laurel, Maryland

Woodward --North Judson --Colonel White Northwestern ------Hersey ------Detroit Central Catholic Fort Recovery Chaminade Holy Family --Hays --Lima Central Catholic Moeller --------Lafayette Lakeland Mason --Columbus West Alter Minster Covington Catholic ----Saint Xavier --Miamisburg Richmond ----Chadsey --Greece Olympia Stivers St. John Central --Memorial Holy Cross Chaminade Chaminade Miami Senior Wheelersburg Saint Vincent Pallotti

Reggie Green Stan Greenberg Norm Grevey Ernest Grieshop Hap Grieshop Chuck Grigsby J.D. Grigsby J. Edward Grimes Roy Gross Bernard Guilfoyle Darnell Hahn Herbert Haile Brooks Hall Eddie Hamant Carl Hanauer Chip Hare Michael Harmon James Harrington Chris Harris Doug Harris Ted Harris Harry Hart Herbert Hart Ignatius Hart Gordy Hatton Tom Hatton Shawn Haughn Paul Hawkins Tom Heckman Robert Heidkamp Marcellus Heile --- Helfrich Don Heller Luke Hendirck Jim Herbig Dan Herling Elmer Hess Steve Hess Bernard Hickey Gene Hickey William Hiehle Bill Hilgerink Pat Hill Sam Hipa Larry Hisle Norman Hochwalt Norman Hoelzer George Hogan Matt Hogan Bernard Hoge Fred Holland Jerome Holland Yuanta Holland Greg Holloway Joh Holters Bobby Joe Hooper John Horan Rodney Horton Darnell Hoskins James Hough Sam Howard Dennis Hrcka Kurt Huelsman Don Hughes Francis Hughes Frank Iguodala Dave Inderrieden Chuck Izor Darrell Jackson George Jackson Bob Jacoby Billy James Ray Janaszek George Janky August Janszen William Janszen Chris Johnson Marcus Johnson Willie Johnson Fred Johnston

1989-1990 1958-1962 1986-1991 1933-1934 1928-1929 1949-1952 1971-1973 1903-1905 1909-1910 1947-1948 1993-1996 1914-1915 1999-2003 1928-1932 1906-1907 1991-1995 1997-1998 1910-1911 1951-1955 1975-1979 1981-1984 1914-1915 1924-1926 1909-1911 1961-1964 1959-1962 1993-1997 1980-1983 1966-1969 1941-1942 1920-1921 1910-1911 1958-1961 2006- 1945-1946 1972-1975 1915-1920 1970-1973 1942-1943 1950-1951 1937-1938 1906-1908 1947-1948 1924-1927 1992-1993 1914-1918 1938-1939 1904-1906 2006-2007 1948-1949 1948-1949 1973-1974 1998-2002 1974-1975 1917-1918 1965-1968 1951-1955 1994-1997 1996-1997 1949-1951 1987-1991 1964-1966 2006- 1983-1987 1918-1920 2002-2004 1964-1967 1961-1964 1979-1981 1969-1971 1953-1956 1945-1946 1946-1947 1967-1970 1910-1912 1906-1907 2008- 2006- 1978-1979 1964-1965

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

Grand Rapids, Michigan Ottawa Hills Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Central Hamilton, Ohio Hamilton --- ----- --Dayton, Ohio Stivers Dayton, Ohio Roth Chicago, Illinois --Detroit, Michigan --Bellaire, New York Chaminade Dayton, Ohio Belmont Chattanooga, Tennessee --Troy, Ohio Troy Dayton, Ohio Chaminade --- --Massillon, Ohio Perry Detroit, Michigan Murray-Wright Richmond, Indiana --Floral Park, New York Sewanhaka Kettering, Ohio Alter Kettering, Ohio Alter Cleveland, Ohio --Chicago, Illinois --Cleveland, Ohio --Waynesville, Ohio Waynesville Waynesville, Ohio Waynesville Canal Winchester, Ohio Canal Winchester Dayton, Ohio Dunbar Glandorf, Ohio Ottawa Glandorf Dayton, Ohio ----- ----- --Norwood, Ohio Purcell Saginaw, Michigan Nouvel Cathooic Central Dayton, Ohio --Philadelphia, Pennsylvania La Salle College Dayton, Ohio --Springfield, Ohio Greenon Toledo, Ohio --Toledo, Ohio Toledo Central Catholic --- --Fostoria, Ohio --Akron, Ohio Akron St. Vincent Honolulu, Hawai’i --Mequon, Wisconsin Homestead Dayton, Ohio --Sandusky, Ohio --Columbus, Ohio --Libertyville, Illinois Libertyville Bridgeport, Ohio --Dayton, Ohio Wilbur Wright Dayton, Ohio Roosevelt Dayton, Ohio Dayton Christian Cincinnati, Ohio Princeton Covington, Kentucky --Lees Creek, Ohio Simon Kenton Minneapolis, Minnesota Saint Thomas Acad. Chicago, Illinois Saint Joseph’s Dayton, Ohio Chaminade-Julienne Springboro, Ohio Springboro North Manchester, Indiana Manchester Owosso, Michigan Owosso St. Joseph’s St. Henry, Ohio St. Henry Centerville, Ohio Alter --- --Springfield, Illinois Southeast Port Jefferson, Ohio Holy Angels Eaton, Ohio Eaton New Lebanon, Ohio Jefferson Dayton, Ohio Roth Blanchester, Ohio Blanchester Dayton, Ohio --Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania --Chicago, Illinois Saint Rita’s Cincinnati, Ohio --Cincinnati, Ohio --Columbus, Ohio Brookhaven Cleveland, Ohio St. Vincent-St. Mary’s Chicago, Illinois Westinghouse Twinsburg, Ohio Chanel

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Years Ht Hometown High School Bobby Jones Charles Jones Chip Jones Danny Jones Mark Jones Hank Josefczyk Gene Joseph Mike Kanieski Bob Kavanaugh Jack Keehan Bernard Keiter --- Kelly Richard Kelly Bill Kendall Charles Kendall Joe Kennelly Thomas Kenney C. Kenning --- Kerns David Kersting Jack Kill Tim Killeen Stan King Jon Kingston Gene Klaus Dan Klawonn Henry Klein Bob Klotz Harold Knapke Negele Knight William Knisley Larry Knorr Peck Koehly Greg Kohls Charles Kronauge Frank Kronauge Ed Kruer Fred Krumpe Al Krusling Henry Kuntz John Ladner Don Lane Ray Lange Cy Laughter Steve Lawrence Mike Lee Mike Leffel Lawrence Lehnis Lefty Leichtle Bob Lensch Francis Wong Leong Charles Little Rob Lowery Frank Mahoney George Mahoney Joseph Mahoney William Mahoney Al Mahrt John Mahrt Louis Mahrt Don Malloy Verne Malloy --- Manchester Ramod Marshall Matt Marzluft Eric Mathews Max Matusoff Don May Ken May Brian McCall Jack McCarthy Jim McCarthy Charles McCloskey Troy McCracken Michael McCray William McDonald Joseph McDonnell Vince McDonough Brad McEldowney John McGarry Gerald McKinney Sean McNally Trent Meacham

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1958-1959 1945-1948 1990-1992 1974-1975 2001-2005 1957-1960 1948-1952 1978-1982 1939-1942 1968-1971 1939-1941 1931-1932 1941-1942 1926-1927 1927-1928 1957-1960 1946-1947 1904-1906 1938-1939 1905-1906 1971-1972 1927-1930 2000-2001 2003-2004 1964-1967 1975-1976 1912-1914 1946-1947 1942-1943 1985-1990 1940-1946 1937-1938 1921-1922 2000-2004 1928-1933 1921-1922 1947-1948 1947-1948 1914-1917 1929-1930 1927-1930 1955-1958 1922-1924 1945-1946 1970-1973 1975-1979 1967-1970 1929-1932 1931-1935 1927-1930 1903-1904 2005-2009 2008- 1912-1915 1911-1913 1908-1910 1906-1908 1912-1913 1922-1923 1923-1926 1937-1938 1934-1936 1920-1921 2000-2004 1926-1927 1984-1988 1920-1921 1965-1968 1968-1971 1948-1949 1955-1958 1928-1934 1939-1942 1986-1990 1994-1996 1909-1910 1924-1926 1935-1936 2008-09 1924-1927 1911-1912 1978-1982 2004-2005

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

Maysville, Kentucky Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Detroit, Michigan Taftville, Connecticut Yorkville, Ohio Martins Ferry, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Springfield, Ohio Arlington Heights, Illinois Dayton, Ohio --- --- --- --- Toledo, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Rochester, New York --- Miamisburg, Ohio Delphos, Ohio --- Denver, Colorado Columbus, Ohio Delphos, Ohio Union, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Detroit, Michigan Xenia, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Springboro, Ohio Staten Island, New York Cincinnati, Ohio --- --- Bronx, New York Piqua, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Newark, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Piqua, Ohio --- --- --- Honolulu, Hawai’i Cleveland, Tennessee Forestville, Maryland --- Chattanooga, Tennessee Chattanooga, Tennessee Chattanooga, Tennessee Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio --- Charlotte, North Carolina --- Detroit, Michigan Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio East Palestine, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio --- Salem, Ohio Springfield, Ohio Indianapolis, Indinana Springfield, Ohio Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Cleveland, Ohio Greenville, Ohio Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Portsmouth, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Champaign, Illinois

Maysville Withrow Woodward Kettering Norwich Free Academy Yorkville Martins Ferry Midpark --Serra Stivers --------Libbey --------Saint John’s --Denver East Grandview Heights Saint John’s Northmont ------DePorres --Stivers --Alter ----Springboro --------St. Ann’s --Oakwood Newark Fairmont West Piqua --------Cleveland McDonough --------------Chaminade Chaminade --Fork Union (Va.) --Cass Tech --Belmont Belmont East Palestine Purcell ----Greenon Warren Central ------Ansonia ----Saint Ignatius Centennial

Player Years Ht Hometown High School Don Meineke Eddie Meisner Andy Metzler Andy Meyer Bill Mihm Don Miller Robert Mislan --- Mitchell Richard Montague David Morris Frank Morris George Morrison Leighton Moulton Dan Mueller Pat Murnen Martin Murphy Tom Nartker Edward Neary Ralph Neary John Newsock Ralph Niehaus Donald Norris Junior Norris Logan Nourse Clarence Nugent Clete Oberst Harry O’Brien Dan Obrovac Francis O’Connor --- O’Hearn Sherman O’Neill Jason Osborne Bernie Otten Dave Otto Jack Padley Jim Palmer Dennis Papp James Paxson Jim Paxson Robert Payne Larry Pedicord Jeff Penno Robert Perkins Mickey Perry Ryan Perryman Bill Petkewicz LaShawn Pettus-Brown R. Pflaum William Pflaum Paul Piening Marco Pikaar Steve Pittman Kenny Pitzer Jim Pleasant Norman Plummer Tim Pohlman Josh Postorino Leonard Poth Jim Powers Don Poynter Tony Pozelnik Clarence Quigley Lester Quinlan Edgar Reagan Columban Reed Mike Reichert Bob Reidel Charles Reiling Ed Reynolds Jim Rhoden Carmen Riazzi John Richter Mike Rix Tim Robbe Pete Robbeloth Brian Roberts Alex Robertson Noland Robinson --- Rodgers Garry Roggenburk John Rohm Terry Ross John Roth

1949-1952 1935-1936 1995-1999 1992-1996 1953-1954 1952-1954 1942-1946 1931-1932 1977-1981 1998-2002 1907-1910 1978-1982 1972-1976 1960-1963 1969-1972 1926-1927 1957-1958 1911-1912 1914-1915 1937-1939 1936-1937 1946-1947 1949-1952 2007- 1915-1917 1949-1951 1935-1936 1966-1969 1929-1930 1919-1921 1919-1920 2000-2001 1946-1947 1952-1953 1937-1938 1954-1957 1963-1967 1951-1956 1975-1979 1931-1934 1951-1954 2004-2006 1942-1943 2007- 1994-1998 1935-1936 1994-1995 1913-1914 1905-1907 1928-1929 1992-1996 1985-1989 1942-1947 1947-1948 2004-2007 1976-1980 1995-1999 1939-1940 1961-1964 1954-1955 1933-1934 1908-1909 1910-1911 1939-1940 1927-1928 1979-1983 1937-1939 1927-1928 1946-1947 1977-1980 1954-1957 1990-1994 1971-1972 1980-1982 1928-1929 2004-2008 1989-1994 1986-1990 1931-1932 1959-1962 1966-1967 1974-1978 1915-1919

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

Dayton, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Kettering, Ohio Centerville, Ohio Amboy, Illinois Ironton, Ohio Xenia, Ohio --- Elyria, Ohio Hyattsville, Maryland Dayton, Ohio Lawrenceburg, Indiana River Rouge, Michigan Delphos, Ohio Toledo, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio Kokomo, Indiana Dayton, Ohio --- Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Spencerville, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Owensboro, Kentucky --- Canton, Ohio --- --- Dayton, Ohio Randallstown, Maryland Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Dayton, Ohio Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Keokee, Virginia Fairview Park, Ohio Springfield, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Kettering, Ohio Norwood, Ohio Maywood, Illinois Oak Park, Michigan --- Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Lima, Ohio --- Leiden, Holland Beavercreek, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Delphos, Ohio Clearwater, Florida --- New York, New York Dayton, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Dayton, Ohio --- Montezuma, Ohio Hamilton, Ohio --- Osborn, Ohio Lebanon, Ohio Erie, Pennsylvania Hamilton, Ohio Garden City, New York Lisle, Illinois --- Toledo, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Willard, Ohio --- Cleveland, Ohio Indianapolis, Indiana New Castle, Indiana Loveland, Ohio

Wilbur Wright Fairmont Alter Amboy ------Elyria Saint Vincent Pallotti --Lawrenceburg River Rouge Saint John’s Toledo Central Catholic --Chaminade ----------Fairmont Spencerville --Saint Joseph --Canton Central Catholic ------Towson Catholic --Wilbur Wright Upper Darby Keokee Fairview Springfield Cen. Cath. Alter Stivers Northridge Alter --Proviso East Oak Park --Taft ------Beavercreek Beavercreek --Roosevelt Hargrave (Va.) Military Saint John’s Clearwater --Manhattan College Fairview ----------Celina ------Lebanon Erie Technical Badin Garden City Benet Academy --St. John’s John Marshall Willard --Saint Ignatius Cathedral Chrysler ---


ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Years Ht Hometown High School Hugh Sacksteder Norbert Sacksteder Dan Sadlier Jack Sallee John Samanich Andres Sandoval Robert Schaefer Larry Schellenberg Victor Schlitzer George Schloemer Norm Schmotzer Alex Schoen Harold Schoen William Schoen Carroll Scholle Don Schultz Al Schumacher Francis Schumacher Lawrence Schweers Mike Scovic Monty Scott Sean Scrutchins Devin Searcy Paul Shafer Ned Sharpenter Ted Sharpenter Makor Shayok Bill Sherry Jim Shields Dean Shroyer Gus Shroyer Al Sicard Al Sicking Joe Siggins Mark Sizemore Ted Sizemore Wilbur Sizer William Slick Antoine Smith Don Smith Donald Smith Marvin Smith Sammy Smith Steve Smith Dick Snelling Harry Solimano Wallace Southhall Chris Spears Ray Springer Nick Stafford Tony Stanley Gene Stapenhorst Ralph Steffano Arnold Stein D.J. Stelly Jack Stevenson Lawrence Strattnerr Richard Strugarek Bob Sullivan David Sullivan George Sullivan Joe Sullivan Russ Summers John Supenski Joseph Sutton Robert Swartzel Mike Sylvester Wayne Taubken Vaughn Taylor Marlo Termini Jim Testerman Rick Thalls Joaquin Thomas Joe Thomas Robert Thomas Stephen Thomas Zach Thomas Bob Tobin Jack Toerner John Tomlinson Sedric Toney

1911-1912 1912-1913 1966-1969 1951-1955 1964-1967 2006-2008 1946-1948 1981-1985 1903-1905 1968-1971 1959-1960 1903-1906 1960-1963 1905-1907 1933-1936 1942-1943 1912-1914 1910-1911 1911-1912 1992-1993 2003-2007 1990-1992 2007- 1956-1957 1966-1969 1926-1928 1990-1992 1916-1920 1982-1986 1946-1947 1945-1948 1989-1992 1954-1957 1974-1978 1970-1971 1970-1971 1946-1947 1910-1911 1990-1992 1961-1964 1971-1974 1938-1940 2000-2002 1984-1988 1924-1926 1903-1904 1940-1941 2003-2004 1987-1990 2004-2007 1997-2001 1937-1938 1964-1965 1950-1951 2001-2003 1946-1947 1910-1911 1940-1941 1962-1965 1934-1937 1946-1947 1946-1947 1918-1922 1920-1922 1909-1911 1941-1943 1971-1974 1964-1965 1950-1953 1947-1948 1972-1975 1972-1974 2004-2005 1937-1938 1942-1943 2007-2009 1994-1997 1945-1946 1946-1948 1979-1980 1983-1985

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

Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Lima, Ohio Springfield, Ohio Maple Heights, Ohio Milford, Massachusetts Akron, Ohio Floyds Knobs, Indiana Rochester, New York Covington, Kentucky Lakewood, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Fort Recovery, Ohio Chicago, Illinois --- St. Louis, Missouri Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio --- Kettering, Ohio Reynoldsburg, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Romulus, Michigan Miamisburg, Ohio Aurora, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Khartoum, Sudan Dayton, Ohio Parma, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio New Lebanon, Ohio New Lebanon, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Huntington, West Virginia Dayton, Ohio Piqua, Ohio Worthington, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio --- --- Centerville, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Springfield, Massachusetts Arlington, Virginia St. Louis, Missouri Clayton, Ohio Bronx, New York Aurora, Colorado Dayton, Ohio New York, New York --- Westmont, Illinois --- Cambridge, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Germantown, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Wapakoneta, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Loveland, Ohio Richmond, Indiana Bronx, New York Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Xenia, Ohio Indianpolis, Indiana Chicago, Illinois Marion, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Carpentersville, Illinois Dayton, Ohio

----Lima Central Catholic Springfield Catholic Chanel Winchendon Buchtel Floyd Central --Covington Catholic St. Ignatius --Fort Recovery ------------Fairborn Reynoldsburg Scott Romulus Senior Miamisburg Marion Military Academy --Rumbek --Normandy --Northridge Chaminade-Julienne Saint Xavier Alter Dixie Dixie Roosevelt --Westerville South Vinson Roth --Worthington Christian Alter ------Centerville Meadowdale Worcester Academy Washington & Lee --Northmont William Howard Taft Overland ------Saint Procopius --------------Moeller Saint Joseph’s Wilbur Wright Holy Name Kings Richmond Cardinal Hayes ----Indianapolis Cathedral De La Salle --Elder Barrington Wilbur Wright

Player Years Ht Hometown High School Bernard Topmoeller Glinder Torain Jeff Tressler Adolph Tscherne Albert Turner Coby Turner Steve Turnwald Charlie Tyra Bill Uhl Bill Uhl II Ludwig Virant Casper Voit John Von Lehman Chad Vorhis Kyle Wagner Roland Wagner Keith Waleskowski Dick Walsh Henry Walsh Jim Wannemacher Victor Warner Jack Warrell London Warren Lavern Watercutter Rudy Waterman Law Weber Tony Wells Jake Welter Richley West Jerome Westendorf Gene Westendorf Bill Westerkamp Herbert Whalen Logan White Martin Wilberding Pat Wilcox Paul Williams Warren Williams Russ Willis Mike Wilson --- Wilte Joseph Windbiel Walt Winklejohn Paul Winterhalter Robert Wolfe Eugene Wolke George Woywod Chris Wright Ed Young Edwin Young Elmer Zang Ray Zawadzki Peter Zestermann Jeff Zern Dick Zimmerman George Zimmerman Jack Zimmerman Jack Zimmerman James Zimmerman Jerome Zimmerman

1905-1907 1965-1968 1983-1986 1934-1935 1946-1947 1995-1999 1968-1970 1976-1978 1953-1956 1986-1990 1917-1918 1936-1937 1971-1974 1997-1998 1992-1994 1923-1924 2000-2004 1954-1955 1908-1909 1964-1968 1929-1930 1963-1966 2006- 1948-1949 1965-1968 1918-1919 1975-1977 1936-1937 1947-1949 1940-1943 1938-1941 1960-1963 1908-1909 2002-2006 1907-1908 1926-1928 2008- 2002-2006 1972-1973 1975-1976 1931-1932 1915-1918 1937-1940 1960-1963 1945-1948 1945-1949 1951-1954 2007- 1982-1987 1996-2000 1928-1934 1958-1961 2007- 1982-1986 1949-1950 1912-1913 1947-1950 1976-1980 1930-1931 1930-1931

--- 6-6 6-11 --- 6-0 6-7 6-0 6-5 7-0 6-9 --- --- 6-8 5-9 6-2 --- 6-9 6-4 --- 6-6 --- 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-1 --- 6-9 --- 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-10 --- 6-4 --- --- 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-7 --- --- --- 6-1 5-8 6-2 6-5 6-8 6-7 6-2 --- 6-4 6-8 6-9 6-0 ---- 6-1 6-2 --- ---

Cincinnati, Ohio Muncie, Indiana Columbus, Ohio --- Centerville, Ohio Alexandria, Virginia Ottoville, Ohio Louisville, Kentucky Greenfield, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Lorain, Ohio --- Covington, Kentucky West Alexandria, Ohio Delphi, Indiana Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Harshman, Ohio Cloverdale, Ohio --- Springfield, Ohio Jacksonville, Florida McCartyville, Ohio Waterbury, New York Kendallville, Indiana Murray, Kentucky --- Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Chagrin Falls, Ohio --- --- Detroit, Michigan Gaithersburg, Maryland Union City, Ohio Detroit, Michigan --- Chicago, Illinois Celina, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Hamilton, Ohio Evanston, Illinois Trotwood, Ohio Upper Sandusky, Ohio Zanesville, Ohio --- Cleveland, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Cheektowaga, New York Dayton, Ohio ---- Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio --- ---

--Muncie Central Northland ----Lee Ottoville Saint Xavier McClain Alter ----Covington Catholic Twin Valley South Delphi --Alter Saint Ignatius --Ottoville --Springfield South Anna Westbury --Calloway County --Roosevelt Chaminade Chaminade Roger Bacon --University ----Renaissance DeMatha Mississinawa Valley Northwestern ------Calvert Stivers Hamilton Catholic St. George Trotwood-Madison Upper Sandusky Zanesville --Cathedral Latin Saint Xavier Saint Francis Chaminade ---Chaminade Alter -----

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ALL-TIME HOMETOWNS Since Tom Blackburn took control of the Flyer program in 1947 there have been 315 players to take the court for the University of Dayton Flyers. Not surprisingly, the majority of the Flyers come from Ohio, with 190 of the 309. Here is a geographical breakdown of where those players came from (single player from city unless noted):

Ohio 193

Beavercreek, Bellaire, Blanchester, Canal Winchester, Canton, Centerville (3), Chagrin Falls, Cincinnati (17), Clayton, Cleveland (9), Cloverdale, Columbus (8), Dayton (48), Delphos (5), East Palestine, Eaton, Elyria, Fairview Park, Fort Recovery (2), Glandorf, Greenfield, Greenville, Hamilton (4), Jamestown, Kettering (8), Lakewood (2), Lebanon (2), Lees Creek, Lima, London, Loveland (2), Maple Heights, Maria Stein, Martins Ferry (2), Mason, Massillon, Miamisburg (2), Middletown, Minster (2), Montezuma, New Lebanon (5), New Lexington (2), Newark, Norwood, Oak Harbor, Ottoville, Parma, Piqua, Port Jefferson, Reynoldsburg, Saint Henry, Saint Marys (2), South Lebanon, Spencerville, Springboro (2), Springfield (5), Tiffin, Toledo (6), Trotwood, Troy, Twinsburg, Union, Union City, Upper Sandusky, Wapakoneta (2), Waynesville (2), West Alexandria, Wheelersburg, Willard, Worthington (2), Xenia, Yorkville, Zanesville

Colorado 2 Aurora, Denver

Connecticut 1 Taftville

Florida 4

Clearwater, Jacksonville, Miami (2)

Georgia 1 Sandersville

Illinois 22

Amboy, Arlington Heights (2), Aurora, Bloomington, Campbell Hill (3), Carpentersville, Champaign, Chicago (6), Evanston, Glen Ellyn, Lisle, Maywood, Springfield, Westmont

Indiana 15

Delphi, Floyds Knobs, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis (4), Lawrenceburg, Muncie, New Castle, North Manchester, Richmond (2), San Pierre, Wolcottville

Iowa 1 Johnston

Kansas 1 Hays

Kentucky 12

Covington (3), Lexington (2), Louisville (3), Maysville, Murray, Owensboro, Paintsville

Maryland 6

Forestville, Gaithersburg, Hyattsville, Landover, Landover Hills, Laurel

Massachusetts 2 Milford, Springfield

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Michigan 18

Detroit (11), Grand Rapids, Oak Park, Orchard Park, Owosso, River Rouge, Romulus, Saginaw

Minnesota 3 Hibbing, Minneapolis (2)

New Jersey 3

Hawthorne, Union City, Weehawken

New York 14

Bellaire, Bronx (3), Brooklyn, Cheektowaga, Floral Park (2), Flushing, Garden City, New York, Rochester, Staten Island, Waterbury

North Carolina 1 Charlotte

Pennsylvania 6

Allentown, Erie, Philadelphia (3), Pittsburgh

Tennesse 1 Cleveland

Virginia 2 Alexandria, Keokee

West Virginia 1 Huntington

Wisconsin 1 Mequon

Foreign Players 5

Brazil, Central Africa Republic, Holland, Nigeria, Sudan

Jim Paxson, Jr. was the second Flyer to come to UD from Kettering’s Alter High School. The Knights who became Flyers: Dan Bockhorn (1978-79), Bill Crotty (1985-89), Brian Donoher (1987-89), Bill Frericks (1975-77), Doug Harris (1975-79), Ted Harris (1981-85), Don Hughes (1983-87), Greg Kohls (2000-2004) Andy Meyer (1992-96), Jim Paxson Jr. (1975-79), Jeff Penno (2004- 06), Joe Siggins (1974-78), Steve Smith (1984-88), Bill Uhl, Jr. (1986-90), Keith Waleskowski (1999-2004), Jack Zimmerman (1976-80).


DAYTON BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME The 55 Basketball Players in UD’s Hall of Fame:

Harry Baujan Tom Blackburn

inducted 1968 inducted 1969

William Blake, 1926 Bucky Bockhorn, 1958

inducted 1964 inducted 1958

Frank Case, 1960 Roosevelt Chapman, 1990

inducted 1986 inducted 1994

Dave Colbert, 1986 Kevin Conrad, 1983

inducted 2004 inducted 2009

Stan Corbett, 1935 Anthony Corbitt, 1990

inducted 1962 inducted 2004

Johnny Davis, 1976 John Debesis, 1928

inducted 1993 inducted 1967

Don Donoher, 1954 Henry Finkel, 1966

inducted 1992 inducted 1974

Tom Frericks, 1953 Chuck Grigsby, 1952

inducted 1976 inducted 1972

Gordy Hatton, 1964 Tom Hatton, 1962 Sam Hipa, 1928 Bobby Joe Hooper, 1981 John Horan, 1955 George Janky, 1971 Mike Kanieski, 1982 Bob Kavanaugh, 1942 Bernard Keiter, 1942 Gene Klaus, 1967 Negele Knight, 1990 William Knisley, 1947 Don Lane, 1958 Al Mahrt, 1912 Lou Mahrt, 1926 Don May, 1968 Ken May, 1971 Vince McDonough, 1936 Don Meineke, 1952 Ralph Niehaus, 1939 Junior Norris, 1952 Jim Palmer, 1957 Robert Payne, 1934 Jim Paxson, 1956 Jim Paxson, 1979 Ryan Perryman, 1998 Garry Roggenburk, 1962 Dan Sadlier, 1970 Jack Sallee, 1955 Alphonse Schumacher, 1914 Ted Sharpenter, 1928 Donald Smith, 1974 Richard Snelling, 1927 Harry Solimano, 1907 Mike Sylvester, 1974 Sedric Toney, 1984 Bill Uhl, 1956 Gene Westendorf, 1941 Jerome Westendorf, 1943 Ed Young , 1987 Jack Zimmerman, 1980

inducted 1986 inducted 1982 inducted 1962 inducted 1989 inducted 1964 inducted 1993 inducted 1999 inducted 1977 inducted 1962 inducted 2004 inducted 1998 inducted 1962 inducted 1984 inducted 1962 inducted 1962 inducted 1974 inducted 1995 inducted 1976 inducted 1962 inducted 1973 inducted 1963 inducted 2004 inducted 1967 inducted 1976 inducted 1985 inducted 2004 inducted 1970 inducted 1987 inducted 1981 inducted 2004 inducted 1979 inducted 1980 inducted 1965 inducted 1962 inducted 1983 inducted 2006 inducted 1968 inducted 1969 inducted 1970 inducted 2003 inducted 2002

Thomas J. Frericks, who became a member of the UD Athletics Hall of Fame in 1976, left an indelible impression on the Flyer Athletics program. No mention of University of Dayton tournament appearances would be complete without acknowledging the contributions of Mr. Frericks, who served as UD’s director of athletics from 1964 to 1992. Not only should he be considered for the University’s involvement in tournaments, but for his contributions to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. Mr. Frericks was an innovator who helped guide UD Athletics from a time when collegiate athletic departments were low-budget operations to the multi-million dollar budgets of the 1990s. Through all the changes, one thing remained constant, because of Frericks’ dedication, UD became known for integrity and credibility. Highlights of his tenure included UD’s second-place finish in the 1967 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, and the construction in 1969 of the $4.5 million University of Dayton Arena, which has now hosted 75 NCAA Tournament Games (62 men, three women). As a member of the Men’s Basketball Committee, Frericks was an integral part of developing the tournament to the great American sporting event, “March Madness,” it is today. He was on the five-member team from the Basketball Committee that negotiated the seven-year, $1 billion television contract with CBS Sports. Mr. Frericks was slated to be the Chair of the Basketball Committee starting in 1992, but he lost his battle with cancer on Jan. 31, 1992, before presiding over any championship. Fifteen days prior to his passing, the University had rededicated the University of Dayton Fieldhouse as the Thomas J. Frericks Athletic and Convocation Center. It serves as a constant reminder, fittingly, in a building where he attended classes, practiced and played as a young man and transformed UD athletic fortunes as athletic director. 123


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TEAM AWARDS WHITE-ALLEN MOST VALUABLE PLAYER TROPHY

The White-Allen Trophy is given each year to the team’s Most Valuable Player as selected by members of the team. It is sponsored by Tim White and White-Allen Auto Group, Inc. White-Allen also sponsors MVP trophies for UD football, women’s basketball and volleyball. 1952-53.............................................................. John Horan 1953-54........................................................... Don Donoher 1954-55.............................................................. John Horan 1955-56...............................................................Jim Paxson 1956-57......................................................... Carmen Riazzi 1957-58........................................................ Bucky Bockhorn 1958-59...............................................................Frank Case 1959-60....................................................Garry Roggenburk 1960-61...........................................Tom Hatton, Bill Cramsey 1961-62....................................................Garry Roggenburk 1962-63......................................................... Gordon Hatton 1963-64........................................... Henry Finkel, Chuck Izor 1964-65.............................................................Henry Finkel 1965-66.............................................................Henry Finkel 1966-67..................................................................Don May 1967-68..................................................................Don May 1968-69..............................................................Dan Sadlier 1969-70...........................................................George Janky 1970-71........................................................George Jackson 1971-72........................................................... Donald Smith 1972-73........................................................... Donald Smith 1973-74.....................................Donald Smith, Mike Sylvester 1974-75............................................................Johnny Davis 1975-76............................................................Johnny Davis 1976-77...............................................................Jim Paxson 1977-78...............................................................Jim Paxson 1978-79...............................................................Jim Paxson 1979-80...................................................... Jack Zimmerman 1980-81...........................................................Mike Kanieski 1981-82.................................................. Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83.................................................. Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84.................................................. Roosevelt Chapman 1984-85............................................................Dave Colbert 1985-86............................................................Dave Colbert 1986-87..................................... Dan Christie, Anthony Grant 1987-88........................................................Anthony Corbitt 1988-89........................................................Anthony Corbitt 1989-90.......................................................... Negele Knight 1990-91............................................................... Chip Jones 1991-92......................................................... Alex Robertson 1992-93...........................................................Derrick Dukes 1993-94......................................................... Alex Robertson 1994-95............................................................. Andy Meyer 1995-96.........................................................Ryan Perryman 1996-97.........................................................Ryan Perryman 1997-98.........................................................Ryan Perryman 1998-99.......................................................... Mark Ashman 1999-00...................................... Mark Ashman, Tony Stanley 2000-01.............................................................Tony Stanley 2001-02............................................................ David Morris 2002-03....................................................... Ramod Marshall 2003-04....................................................Keith Waleskowski 2004-05.............................................................. Monty Scott 2005-06............................................................Brian Roberts 2006-07............................................................Brian Roberts 2007-08............................................................Brian Roberts 2008-09...................................Marcus Johnson, Chris Wright

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ALEX SCHOEN MEMORIAL FREE-THROW TROPHY

The Alex Schoen Trophy is given annually to the player who finishes the year with the highest free throw percentage (minimum of 50 free throws attempted). The trophy is named for Alex Schoen, Sr., the captain of the first University of Dayton basketball team. Schoen captained the 1903-04 team for St. Mary’s College, which later became UD. The trophy is sponsored by the Schoen family. 1949-50............................................................Don Meineke 1950-51............................................................Don Meineke 1951-52............................................................Don Meineke 1952-53............................................................... Jack Sallee 1953-54.............................................................. John Horan 1954-55.............................................................. John Horan 1955-56...............................................................Jim Paxson 1956-57........................................................ Bucky Bockhorn 1957-58...............................................................Frank Case 1958-59...............................................................Frank Case 1959-60........................................................Stan Greenberg 1960-61...............................................................Tom Hatton 1961-62...............................................................Tom Hatton 1962-63.............................................................. Hal Schoen 1963-64............................................................... Chuck Izor 1964-65............................................................. Bob Sullivan 1965-66.................................................... Bobby Joe Hooper 1966-67.....................................Bobby Joe Hooper, Don May 1967-68.................................................... Bobby Joe Hooper 1968-69..............................................................Dan Sadlier 1969-70.........................................................Tom Crosswhite 1970-71......................................... Al Bertke, Tom Crosswhite 1971-72........................................................... Donald Smith 1972-73........................................................... Donald Smith 1973-74........................................................... Donald Smith 1974-75............................................................Johnny Davis 1975-76...............................................................Fred Eckert 1976-77...............................................................Jim Paxson 1977-78...............................................................Jim Paxson 1978-79...................................................... Jack Zimmerman 1979-80...........................................................Mike Kanieski 1980-81...........................................................Mike Kanieski 1981-82.................................................. Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83.................................................. Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84......................................................Damon Goodwin 1984-85.............................................................Sedric Toney 1985-86......................................................Damon Goodwin 1986-87......................................................Noland Robinson 1987-88............................................................Steve Pittman 1988-89.......................................................... Negele Knight 1989-90.......................................................... Negele Knight 1990-91......................................................... Alex Robertson 1991-92................................................................ Chip Hare 1992-93................................................................Larry Hisle 1993-94......................................................... Alex Robertson 1994-95............................................................. Andy Meyer 1995-96............................................................. Andy Meyer 1996-97........................................................ Darnell Hoskins 1997-98.............................................................Tony Stanley 1998-99............................................................ Edwin Young 1999-00...............................................................Brooks Hall 2000-01....................................................Keith Waleskowski 2001-02....................................................Keith Waleskowski 2002-03....................................................Keith Waleskowski 2003-04.............................................................. Mark Jones 2004-05.........................................................Trent Meacham 2005-06.............................................................. Monty Scott 2006-07............................................................Brian Roberts 2007-08............................................................Brian Roberts 2008-09...........................................................Chris Johnson

“SHORTY” SHARPENTER MEMORIAL REBOUNDING TROPHY

The Sharpenter Award is given annually to the top rebounder on the team. It is named after Hall of Famer Ted “Shorty” Sharpenter and is sponsored by his family. Sharpenter was a football and basketball standout at UD in the 1920s. His son Ned played for the Flyers in the late 1960s. 1978-79...........................................................Mike Kanieski 1979-80.................................................... Richard Montague 1980-81...........................................................Mike Kanieski 1981-82.................................................. Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83.................................................. Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84.................................................. Roosevelt Chapman 1984-85............................................................Dave Colbert 1985-86............................................................Dave Colbert 1986-87......................................................... Anthony Grant 1987-88........................................................Anthony Corbitt 1988-89........................................................Anthony Corbitt 1989-90........................................................Anthony Corbitt 1990-91..........................................................Makor Shayok 1991-92................................................................ Chip Hare 1992-93................................................................ Chip Hare 1993-94......................................................... Alex Robertson 1994-95.........................................................Ryan Perryman 1995-96.........................................................Ryan Perryman 1996-97.........................................................Ryan Perryman 1997-98.........................................................Ryan Perryman 1998-99.......................................................... Mark Ashman 1999-00.......................................................... Mark Ashman 2000-01....................................................Keith Waleskowski 2001-02....................................................Keith Waleskowski 2002-03....................................................Keith Waleskowski 2003-04....................................................Keith Waleskowski 2004-05.............................................................. Monty Scott 2005-06..................................................... Norman Plummer 2006-07............................................................Charles LIittle 2007-08............................................................ Chris Wright 2008-09............................................................ Chris Wright

Larry Schellenberg was twice the recipient of the John L. MacBeth Scholar-Athlete Award as well as an NCAA Postgraduate Scholar. With that kind of mind, he understood the value of protecting the ball: His 2.36 assists-to-turnover ratio remains a school record.


TEAM AWARDS BEST DEFENDER AWARD

The Best Defender Award is given to the strongest defensive player on the team, as determined by the coaching staff. 1994-95...........................................Jeffrey Brookins 1995-96...........................................Jeffrey Brookins 1996-97...............................................Edwin Young 1997-98...............................................Edwin Young 1998-99............................................... Tony Stanley 1999-00...............................................Edwin Young 2000-01................................................ Nate Green 2001-02..........................................Ramod Marshall 2002-03................................................... D.J. Stelly 2003-04......................................... Marques Bennett 2004-05......................................... Marques Bennett 2005-06............................................... Logan White 2006-07............................................ Kurt Huelsman 2007-08...........................................London Warren 2008-09...........................................London Warren

CHRIS DANIELS MEMORIAL MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

The Most Improved Player Award was renamed following the 1995-96 season to honor the memory of Flyer center Chris Daniels, who passed away during his senior season. Chosen by the coaches, it goes to the player who develops the most over the course of the season. The award is sponsored by Skelton Sports. 1994-95........................................... Shawn Haughn 1995-96.............................................. Chris Daniels 1996-97...............................................Edwin Young 1997-98................................................ Coby Turner 1998-99.............................................. Cain Doliboa 1999-00...............................................David Morris 2000-01..........................................Ramod Marshall 2001-02................................................... Sean Finn 2002-03................................................. Mark Jones 2003-04.............. Marques Bennett, Warren Williams 2004-05.............................................. Brian Roberts 2005-06............................................... Charles Little 2006-07...........................................London Warren 2007-08.........................................Andres Sandoval 2008-09...........................................London Warren

JOHN L. MACBETH MEMORIAL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD

The Macbeth Trophy goes each year to the team member who has the highest cumulative grade point average based on at least five semesters of academic work. It is presented in the memory of Dayton businessman John L. Macbeth, and is sponsored by Mrs. John L. Macbeth and the Macbeth family. 1958-59........................................... Hank Josefczyk 1959-60...................................... Stanley Greenberg 1960-61............................................. Phil Dubensky 1961-62...................................... Stanley Greenberg 1962-63................................................. Hal Schoen 1963-64.................................................. Chuck Izor 1964-65................................................Bob Sullivan 1965-66.............................................. Dennis Hrcka 1966-67................................................ Richard Fox 1967-68..............................................Dan Obrovac 1968-69............................................. Jim Gottschall 1969-70............................................. Jim Gottschall 1970-71.................................................Pat Murnen 1971-72.................................................Pat Murnen 1972-73........................................ John Von Lehman 1973-74........................................ John Von Lehman 1974-75................................................ Dan Herling 1975-76.............................................. Johnny Davis 1976-77................................................. Bill Frericks 1977-78................................................. Jim Paxson 1978-79................................................. Jim Paxson 1979-80......................................... Jack Zimmerman 1980-81............................................. Mike Kanieski 1981-82............................................. Mike Kanieski 1982-83.............................................. Mike Reichert 1983-84...................................... Larry Schellenberg 1984-85...................................... Larry Schellenberg 1985-86................................................Dan Christie 1986-87................................................Dan Christie 1987-88............................................. Eric Matthews 1988-89..............................................Norm Grevey 1989-90..............................................Norm Grevey 1990-91..............................................David Bradds 1991-92................................................ John Richter 1992-93................................................ John Richter 1993-94................................................ John Richter 1994-95...................................................Chip Hare 1995-96...........................................Maurice Beyina 1996-97...........................................Maurice Beyina 1997-98............................................. Josh Postorino 1998-99.......................................................Ted Fitz 1999-00.......................................................Ted Fitz 2000-01...........................................Gamal Gilchrist 2001-02.......................................Keith Waleskowski 2002-03................................................. Greg Kohls 2003-04................................................. Greg Kohls 2004-05................................................James Cripe 2005-06...................................................Jeff Penno 2006-07.............................................. Brian Roberts 2007-08............................................ Kurt Huelsman 2008-09............................................ Kurt Huelsman

The Chris Daniels Memorial Most Improved Player Award is named after the late Flyer who more than tripled his points per game from his junior season in his senior campaign. Daniels also doubled his rebounding average and was shooting 69 percent when he passed away. The Atlantic 10 also names their Most Improved Player Award in memory of Chris.

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TEAM AWARDS THOMAS M. LUPPE MEMORIAL AWARD

The Luppe Award is given annually to the University of Dayton firstyear basketball player who demonstrates the courage, desire and moral integrity possessed by Tom Luppe, a young athlete who died while playing in a freshman game for the Flyers in 1963. 1963-64.................................................... Jim Wannemacher 1964-65.....................................................Bobby Joe Hooper 1965-66.............................................................. Dan Sadlier 1966-67...................................Jim Gottschall, Jerry Gottschall 1967-68............................................................. Jack Keehan 1968-69...............................................................Pat Murnen 1969-70.................................................................John Bitter 1970-71............................................................Donald Smith 1971-72.............................................................. Doug Bayer 1972-73.................................................................Rick Thalls 1973-74............................................................ Johnny Davis 1974-75...............................................Terry Ross, Joe Siggins 1975-76............................................................... Jim Paxson 1976-77.......................................................Jack Zimmerman 1977-78...............................................................Jim Rhoden 1978-89...................................................... George Morrison 1979-80............................................................Kevin Conrad 1980-81...................................................Roosevelt Chapman 1981-82.................................................... Larry Schellenberg 1982-83..................................................................Ed Young 1983-84..............................................................Dan Christie 1984-85..........................................Steve Smith, Eric Mathews 1985-86...........................................................Negele Knight 1986-87.........................................................Anthony Corbitt 1987-88...............................................................Ken Branch 1988-89...............................................................Wes Coffee 1989-90..........................................................Alex Robertson 1990-91........................................................... Derrick Dukes 1991-92 ................................................................Chip Hare 1992-93..............................................................Andy Meyer 1993-94......................................................... Shawn Haughn 1994-95......................................................... Ryan Perryman 1995-96...........................................................Josh Postorino 1996-97...........................................................Mark Ashman 1997-98............................................................. Tony Stanley 1998-99.............................................................David Morris 1999-00............................................................... Brooks Hall 2000-01.................................................... Keith Waleskowski 2001-02...............................................................Mark Jones 2002-03.......................................................Warren Williams 2003-04...............................................................Monty Scott 2004-05............................................................Chris Alvarez 2005-06............................................................. Charles Little 2006-07........................................................ Marcus Johnson 2007-08.............................................................Chris Wright 2008-09........................................................... Chris Johnson

DR. GEORGE RAU SPIRIT AWARD

The Rau Award is given annually to a UD player who best displays true team spirit, both on and off the court. It is named for Dr. George Rau, better known around UD as “Pete” Rau, who was the UD team physician for more than 20 years prior to his death in 1972. It is sponsored by the Harry O’Rourke Insurance Agency. 1972-73........................................ Steve Lawrence, Steve Hess 1973-74...................................................... John Von Lehman 1974-75.........................................Jim Testerman, Allen Elijah 1975-76................................................................. Terry Ross 1976-77................................................................. Terry Ross 1977-78................................................................. Terry Ross 1978-79..............................................................Doug Harris 1979-80............................................................. Tim Pohlman 1980-81...................................................... George Morrison 1981-82.................................................................Ted Harris 1982-83........................................... Mike Reichert, Ted Harris 1983-84.................................................... Larry Schellenberg 1984-85.................................................................Ted Harris 1985-86......................................................Rory Dahlinghaus 1986-87..............................................................Don Hughes 1987-88............................................................ Eric Mathews 1988-89............................................................ Sam Howard 1989-90........................................................ Troy McCracken 1990-91............................................................ Sam Howard 1991-92.............................................................. John Richter 1992-93.............................................................. John Richter 1993-94.............................................................. John Richter 1994-95............................................................Marco Pikaar 1995-96.........................................................Maurice Beyina 1996-97.........................................................Maurice Beyina 1997-98............................................................. Matt Cooper 1998-99............................................................. Matt Cooper 1999-00............................................................. Matt Cooper 2000-01.........................................................Gamal Gilchrist 2001-02............................................................... Greg Kohls 2002-03...............................................................Mark Jones 2003-04......................................................... Frank Iguodala 2004-05...............................................................Mark Jones 2005-06......................................................Norman Plummer 2006-07...............................................................Monty Scott 2007-08.............................................................Jimmy Binnie 2008-09............................................................. Charles Little

UHL FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Is given annually to the UD player who best exemplifies the qualities of good sportsmanship and character, and follows the University’s principles of “Learn, Lead and Serve” on and off the court. The award is named for former Flyers Bill Uhl and Bill Uhl II, who have endowed a men’s basketball scholarship, to be given to a returning Flyer basketball player. 2003-04.................................................... Keith Waleskowski 2004-05...............................................................Mark Jones 2005-06.......................................................Warren Williams 2006-07.............................................................Jimmy Binnie 2007-08.............................................................Jimmy Binnie 2008-09........................................................ Marcus Johnson 2008-09.......................................................... Kurt Huelsman

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1996-1997 Luppe Award winner Mark Ashman (shown here dunking on David West of Xavier) was also was the White Allen MVP in 1998-99 and 1999-2000. He also is a two-time winner of the Shorty Sharpenter Memorial Rebounding Award.


UD’S ALL-CENTURY TEAM The University of Dayton celebrated its 100th anniversary season of men’s basketball in 2003-04, and the focal point of the season-long celebration was February 4 - the 100th anniversary date of UD’s first varsity game. On February 4, 1904, UD, then known as St. Mary’s Institute, defeated the Dayton Intermediates 14-2. One hundred years to the day, the Flyers hosted the Richmond Spiders and in conjunction with that game, the University unveiled its All-Century Team. The 20-man team spans more than 100 years of Dayton Basketball.

ARLEN “BUCKY” BOCKHORN A 6-4 swingman from Campbell Hill, Illinois, Bockhorn played from 1955-58 on Flyer teams that were a combined 69-17, won the 1955 University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament and played in three NIT’s. As a senior, he was co-captain on a 25-4 team that reached the NIT finals. A versatile player, Bockhorn scored 941 points, grabbed 708 rebounds and always drew the toughest defensive assignment, regardless of whether that player was a forward or guard. Bockhorn, who averaged double figures all three seasons at UD, went on to a successful NBA career. ROOSEVELT CHAPMAN UD’s all-time leading scorer with 2,233 points, Chapman utilized amazing body control and incredible hang time to score most of his points inside, even though he was listed at 6-4. The Brooklyn native appears near the top of nearly every statistical category including most rebounds (8th, 956), assists (13th, 338) and blocked shots (2nd, 124). He capped his career by leading UD in a remarkable NCAA run, scoring a 1984 tournament-best 105 points in four games, including 41 vs. Wayman Tisdale and his seventh-ranked Oklahoma Sooners in the second round. BILL CHMIELEWSKI Chmielewski was named the Most Valuable Player of the 1962 National Invitational Tournament, as the Flyers gave head coach Tom Blackburn his first NIT title in six trips to the championship game. The 6-10 Detroit native averaged 15.4 points and 9.3 rebounds during UD’s 24-6 season in 1961-62. He was a Second Team All-America pick by Converse. Chmielewski left school after that season, and after pursuing a pro basketball career settled in the Dayton area. He still plays basketball in Master’s division events. ANTHONY CORBITT One of the most consistently productive scorers in UD history, Anthony Corbitt’s 1,760 points stand ninth on the UD All-Time Scoring List. Despite standing 6-6, Corbitt was deadly effective low-post scorer, shooting over 50% and averaging in double figures in all four of his seasons at Dayton. In addition to his eighth-place standing in career scoring for the Flyers, Corbitt is 11th in rebounding (814), and sixth in FG% (.534, 725-1358). Corbitt closed his career in the place every player wants to be – the NCAA tournament. In 1989-90, UD won the MCC championship and advanced to the NCAA second round where they lost to Arkansas by two JOHNNY DAVIS Davis had the greatest impact any Flyer freshman has ever had, joining a team whose nucleus had gone 13-13 the two seasons before, and helping propel the Flyers to a 20-9 record, a berth in the 1974 NCAA tournament, and eventually a toe-to-toe triple overtime loss to defending national champion UCLA. And linking Davis and “propulsion” is appropriate, as Davis was a unique combination of quickness and jumping ability. UD’s MVP as a sophomore and junior, Davis scored 1,562 career points. His 19.3 point scoring average is fifth at Dayton. He joined the NBA after his junior season and was a member of the Portland Trailblazers world championship team. He is now an assistant coach with the Memphis Grizzlies.

JIM PAXSON A three-time White-Allen MVP, Paxson’s senior numbers of 23.2 points, 5.7 assists and 4.2 rebounds earned him First Team All-America honors from the USBWA. And the Kettering native’s 3.40 GPA translated into his being named a CoSIDA Academic All-American as well. The former Vice-President and General Manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Paxson has been a finalist for the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame class. A four-year starter, Paxson is fifth on UD’s all-time scoring list (1,945 points). Even though he was the focal point of UD’s scoring during his career, he is also fourth in career assists (515) and third in career steals (168). RYAN PERRYMAN Perryman led the nation in rebounding (12.5), and more importantly, he led the University of Dayton back into the post season as a senior in 1997-98. Perryman took the Flyers to the 1998 NIT, breaking an eight-year post-season drought on the Hilltop. That was the longest drought in the modern era (post-1950) of Dayton basketball. The 6-7 Oak Park, Michigan native is currently 17th in career scoring (1,524) at UD, fourth in rebounding (1,156) and fourth in FG% (.546, 534-978). He is the Atlantic 10 career rebounding average record holder (10.7). Only Jim Paxson Jr., Roosevelt Chapman, Brian Roberts and Perryman are three-time outright White-Allen MVP winners. GARRY ROGGENBURK A 6-6 forward from Cleveland, Roggenburk still holds UD’s single-game rebounding mark, with 32 against Miami in just his third college game. Fast-forward to the end of his college career, when he was the leading scorer (16.0) and second-leading rebounder (9.3) on UD’s first NIT championship team in 1962. He is one of six Flyers to score 1,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds in his career. His 1,398 career points are currently 22nd all-time at UD and his 1,027 rebounds are sixth. JACK SALLEE A mainstay on UD’s nationally-ranked teams from 1951-55, Sallee’s 1,610 career points put him 14th in Flyer career scoring. When he graduated, he was second behind Monk Meineke. The 6-2 guard from Springfield, Ohio led UD in scoring (19.0) as a sophomore, but adjusted his game upon the arrival of seven-foot center Bill Uhl, and averaged 15.2 as a junior and 15.0 as a senior. He played in 122 games for the Flyers, a record that stood for 47 years.

HENRY FINKEL The third-leading scorer in UD history with 1,968 points, Finkel’s teams were 60-23 in his three seasons, and reached the NCAA Sweet Sixteen twice. He was named MVP or co-MVP in all three of his years for the Flyers. The 6-11 center from Union City, New Jersey still holds the UD records for most points scored in a season (733 in 1964-65) and highest scoring average in a season (25.3 in 1964-65) and career (23.7). His career field goal percentage of .619 (772-1248) is the third-best for the Flyers, and the best for any player with more than 500 field goals made.

DONALD SMITH The greatest long-range shooter in UD history, Smith scored 1,655 points, mostly from three-point range, for UD. Only problem was, there was no three-point line when he played from 1971-74. But if you think this claim is hype, consider this: when he practiced free throws, he practiced them from the top of the circle (where today’s three point line is). It must have worked. Smith is the career FT% leader at Dayton (.886, 281-317). His .910 (111-122) mark as a junior led the nation. The 6-0 guard from Dayton also holds UD’s single-game scoring record of 52 points at Loyola during his junior season, but his coach, Don Donoher, rates that as his second-most impressive effort, citing a 44-point, 20-25 FG game at Xavier earlier that year.

BOBBY JOE HOOPER A 6-0 guard from Lees Creek, Ohio, Hooper was a starter from his first varsity game, and was a leader on teams that reached the NCAA Sweet Sixteen his sophomore season, the NCAA championship game his junior season, and the 1968 NIT championship his senior year. Hooper scored 1,059 career points, which is currently 35th on UD’s all-time scoring list. One of the best shooters in Dayton basketball, Hooper established school records (since surpassed) in consecutive free throws (34) and career field goal percentage (.835, 223-267). He was named to the 1967 NCAA All-Mideast Regional Team, and the 1968 All-NIT team.

TONY STANLEY An athletic jump shooter from Philadelphia, Stanley ended his career with 1,835 points, the seventh-best total at Dayton. He also stands second in career three-pointers (291), and second in both career steals (174) and games played (125). Stanley averaged 13.1 points a game as a freshman, 15.0 as a sophomore, 14.7 points as a junior and 15.9 points as a senior. He is the youngest member of the All-Century Team.

JOHN HORAN A four-year starter and four-year double-figure scorer, Horan was a key player in the years UD cemented itself as a nationally-recognized team in the years between 1951 and 1955. The 6-8 center/forward from Rochester, Minnesota is Dayton’s career record holder in rebounding with 1,341. He also scored 1,757 points (10th at UD). Teams he played for were a combined 94-29. He played in the NCAA once and the NIT three times. NEGELE KNIGHT Of all the great players in Flyer basketball history, Negele Knight is known for his work at the end of games as much as anyone. Over his career, Knight won or tied the game on UD’s last possession an amazing 12 times. He began his career as a starting point guard in 1985-86, missed the next season due to injuries and then overcame more injuries to average double figures the next two seasons. As a senior, Knight averaged 22.8 points and 6.8 assists for the season, and 29.3 points and 7.9 assists during an 11-game, season-ending winning streak. All in all, Knight holds ten school records, has UD’s second-best mark in five more categories and the third-best mark in 12 others. The Detroit native is #1 in career assists (663) and eighth in career scoring (1,806 points). DON MAY A Dayton native who grew up just a morning newspaper’s throw from UD’s campus (he delivered newspapers as a youngster to UD’s dorms) May has the distinction of being a hometown hero who stayed in his hometown. One of the best high school players the Dayton area has ever produced, May stayed in his hometown to play for the Flyers. A two-time USBWA All-American, May practically put UD in the 1967 NCAA championship game when he made a record 13-straight field goals in UD’s semifinal win over North Carolina. Not just a deadeye shooter, the 6-4 May was also a fabulous rebounder. He averaged 23.4 points and 16.7 rebounds as a junior, and 22.7 and 15.0 as a senior. He is second in both Flyer career scoring (1,980) and rebounding (1,301).

DON “MONK” MEINEKE It’s no coincidence that the University of Dayton’s first 20-win season (in 1949-50), it’s first NIT appearance and the school’s only season with appearances in both the NIT and NCAA tournaments came with Meineke in the pivot. UD’s first 1,000 point scorer, and still the sixth-leading scorer in school history (1,866). The 6-7 Dayton native led the nation in FG% (.512, 240-469) as a junior, and was named Third-Team All-America by the Helms Foundation and Converse. As a senior, he was named Second Team All-America by the Helms Foundation, Look Magazine and the Associated Press.

MIKE SYLVESTER Sylvester was the star of what would have been one of the biggest upsets in NCAA tournament history when he scored 36 points in UD’s triple-overtime loss in the 1974 NCAA tournament to defending champion UCLA. Sylvester scored 1,248 career points in his Dayton career, capped by a senior season that saw him average 17.1 points, 6.7 rebounds and shoot .502 (203-404) from the field and .833 (90-108) from the line. The Cincinnati native is also the only Flyer to earn a medal playing in the Olympics. He was part of Italy’s bronze-medal-winning team at the 1980 Games (Former UD coach Don Donoher was an assistant coach for the United States’ 1984 gold-medal-winning team). BILL UHL A First Team All-America selection by Look Magazine as a senior, Uhl dominated the paint from 1953-56, and lifted UD to its highest-ever national ranking. UD was ranked second in the nation for 11 weeks during the 1955-56 season, behind only the Bill Russell-led San Francisco Dons. Uhl, a seven-footer from Greenfield, Ohio, was one of the most consistently excellent players to ever wear the Red and Blue. He averaged 18.4, 18.6 and 18.4 points in his three seasons at UD. His teams were a combined 75-15, with one appearance in the NIT quarterfinals, and two trips to the NIT finals. ED YOUNG As the shooter of “The Shot”–the buzzer-beater against third-ranked DePaul on February 18, 1984–Ed Young’s place in UD basketball history will always be secure. But while one moment in time may have placed him in UD basketball history, his productive career has now put him on the UD All-Century Team. Young was part of UD’s 1984 team that advanced to the NCAA West Regional finals, but the Flyers didn’t take off that season until coach Don Donoher moved Young, a starter at forward, to center. Giving away inches and pounds to just about every opponent, Young averaged 13.4 points and 6.6 rebounds that season, as the Flyers finished 21-11. Injuries followed him the rest of his career (he missed the entire 1984-85 season), but he was effective enough to finish his career with 1,253 points. The Upper Sandusky, Ohio native is now 24th in career scoring for the Flyers.

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1,000-POINT CLUB 2,233 • Roosevelt Chapman 1980-1984 Year Class G 1980-1981 Frosh 29 1981-1982 Soph 30 1982-1983 Junior 27 1983-1984 Senior 32 CAREER 118

Min 878 1091 1015 1205 4189

FG Att 135 284 195 377 231 410 268 517 829 1588

Pct .475 .517 .563 .518 .522

1,980 • Don May 1965-1968 Year Class G 1965-1966 Soph 29 1966-1967 Junior 31 1967-1968 Senior 30 CAREER 90

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 238 505 258 543 239 509 735 1557

Pct .471 .475 .470 .472

FT Att 100 131 153 202 159 194 163 215 575 742

Pct Reb Avg Ast .763 169 5.8 92 .757 239 8.0 114 .820 258 9.6 54 .758 290 9.1 78 .775 956 8.1 338

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 114 166 173 213 223 284 510 663

Pct Reb Avg Ast .687 331 11.4 --- .812 519 16.7 --- .785 451 15.0 --- .769 1301 14.5 ---

1,968 • Hank Finkel 1963-1966 Year Class G 1963-1964 Soph 25 1964-1965 Junior 29 1965-1966 Senior 29 CAREER 83

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 231 401 293 450 248 397 772 1248

Pct .576 .651 .625 .619

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,962 • BRIAN ROBERTS 2004-2008 Year Class G 2004-05 Frosh 29 2005-06 Soph 31 2006-07 Junior 31 2007-08 Senior 34 CAREER 125

Min 586 1034 1103 1179 3902

FG Att 90 200 175 419 179 386 208 437 652 1442

Pct .450 .418 .464 .476 .452

1,945 • Jim Paxson 1975-1979 Year Class G 1975-1976 Frosh 27 1976-1977 Soph 27 1977-1978 Junior 29 1978-1979 Senior 25 CAREER 108

Min 1061 1012 1066 929 4068

FG Att 149 308 219 401 208 399 236 449 812 1557

Pct .484 .546 .521 .526 .522

3Pt Att 43 100 68 166 82 179 100 220 293 665

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 194 424 240 469 251 568 685 1461

Pct .458 .512 .442 .469

FT Att 44 56 77 97 133 148 111 129 365 430

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 55 73 69 87 89 115 108 134 321 409

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,835 • Tony Stanley 1997-2001 Year Class G 1997-1998 Frosh 33 1998-1999 Soph 27 1999-2000 Junior 31 2000-2001 Senior 34 CAREER 125

Min 911 871 980 1109 3871

FG Att 154 391 141 344 160 386 177 462 632 1583

Pct .353 .323 .415 .383 .399

3Pt Att 66 187 52 161 71 193 102 272 291 813

1,806 • Negele Knight 1985-1990 Year Class G 1985-1986 Frosh 30 1987-1988 Soph 31 1988-1989 Junior 29 1989-1990 Senior 32 CAREER 122

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Min 801 1169 1024 1072 4066

FG Att 75 198 176 373 145 306 234 465 630 1342

Pct .379 .472 .474 .503 .469

FT Att 114 175 147 209 163 196 424 580

Pct .430 .410 .458 .455 .441

1,866 • Don Meineke 1949-1952 Year Class G 1949-1950 Soph 31 1950-1951 Junior 32 1951-1952 Senior 33 CAREER 96

6-foot-4 • Brooklyn, N.Y.

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

3Pt Att --- --- 10 36 13 41 71 144 94 221

Blk Stl Pts Avg 15 26 370 12.8 28 43 543 18.1 40 44 621 23.0 41 46 699 21.8 124 159 2233 18.9

6-foot-4 • Dayton, Ohio Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 590 20.3 --- --- 689 22.2 --- --- 701 23.4 --- --- 1980 22.0

6-foot-11 • Union City, N.J.

FT Att 122 167 180 235 194 246 496 648

Pct Reb Avg Ast .651 325 13.0 --- .703 431 14.9 --- .832 350 12.1 --- .731 1106 13.3 ---

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 576 23.0 --- --- 733 25.3 --- --- 659 22.7 --- --- 1968 23.7

6-FOOT-2 • TOLEDO, OHIO

Pct Reb Avg Ast .786 77 2.7 42 .794 108 3.5 107 .899 89 2.9 83 .860 96 2.8 117 .848 370 3.0 349

Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 14 267 9.2 2 15 495 16.0 7 21 573 18.5 4 12 627 18.4 13 62 1962 15.7

6-foot-5 • Kettering, Ohio Pct Reb Avg Ast .753 127 4.7 99 .793 157 5.8 114 .774 96 3.3 160 .806 104 4.2 142 .785 484 4.5 515

Blk Stl Pts Avg 9 32 353 13.1 7 36 507 18.8 8 47 505 17.4 3 53 580 23.2 27 168 1945 18.0

6-foot-7 • Dayton, Ohio

Pct Reb Avg Ast .731 --- --- --- .766 362 11.3 101 .789 --- --- --- .765 --- --- ---

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 510 16.5 --- --- 660 20.6 --- --- 696 21.1 --- --- 1866 19.4

6-foot-4 • Philadelphia, Pa.

Pct .353 .323 .368 .375 .358

FT Att 57 67 71 93 66 90 86 117 280 367

Pct Reb Avg Ast .851 117 3.5 45 .763 130 5.6 24 .733 172 5.5 62 .735 173 5.1 65 .763 612 4.9 196

Pct --- .278 .317 .493 .425

FT Att 63 94 97 136 100 136 192 240 452 606

Pct Reb Avg Ast .670 63 2.1 128 .713 98 3.2 151 .735 96 3.3 168 .800 123 3.8 216 .746 380 3.1 663

Blk Stl Pts Avg 8 29 431 13.1 8 50 405 15.0 10 52 457 14.7 12 43 542 15.9 38 174 1835 14.7

6-foot-2 • Detroit, Mich. Blk Stl Pts Avg 3 25 213 7.1 1 36 459 14.8 3 47 403 13.9 6 54 731 22.8 13 162 1806 14.8


1,000-POINT CLUB 1,760 • Anthony Corbitt 1986-1990 Year Class G 1986-1987 Frosh 28 1987-1988 Soph 31 1988-1989 Junior 29 1989-1990 Senior 32 CAREER 120

Min 740 1070 959 995 3764

FG Att 127 243 206 370 179 326 213 419 725 1358

Pct .523 .557 .549 .508 .534

3Pt Att 0 0 0 0 4 17 2 4 6 21

FT Att 42 80 80 117 90 136 92 147 304 480

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 40 70 136 187 127 182 174 217 477 656

Pct Reb Avg Ast .571 221 7.1 --- .727 316 10.9 --- .698 433 13.5 --- .802 371 13.3 --- .727 1341 11.2 ---

FT Att 99 115 111 122 71 80 281 317

Pct Reb Avg Ast .861 104 4.0 --- .910 79 3.0 --- .888 85 2.9 86 .886 268 3.3 ---

1,757 • John Horan 1951-1955 Year Class G 1951-1952 Frosh 31 1952-1953 Soph 29 1953-1954 Junior 32 1954-1955 Senior 28 CAREER 120

Min --- --- --- --- ---

FG Att 136 316 158 385 176 439 170 420 640 1560

Pct .430 .410 .401 .405 .410

1,655 • Donald Smith 1971-1974 Year Class G 1971-1972 Soph 26 1972-1973 Junior 26 1973-1974 Senior 29 CAREER 81

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 213 482 249 552 225 480 687 1514

Pct .442 .451 .469 .454

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,642 • Mike Kanieski 1978-1982 Year Class G 1978-1979 Frosh 29 1979-1980 Soph 27 1980-1981 Junior 29 1981-1982 Senior 30 CAREER 115

Min 968 684 1034 1113 3799

FG Att 141 299 98 210 203 348 239 432 681 1289

Pct .472 .467 .583 .553 .528

1,627 • Bill Uhl 1953-1956 Year Class G 1953-1954 Soph 32 1954-1955 Junior 29 1955-1956 Senior 27 CAREER 88

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 215 535 203 442 189 397 607 1374

Pct .402 .459 .476 .442

Min --- --- --- --- ---

FG Att 58 146 199 496 172 436 176 429 605 1507

Pct .397 .401 .394 .410 .401

1,562 • Johnny Davis 1973-76 Year Class G 1973-1974 Frosh 29 1974-1975 Soph 26 1975-1976 Junior 26 CAREER 81

Min --- 1002 1007 ---

FG Att 173 407 228 477 206 453 607 1337

Pct .425 .478 .455 .454

Min 819 972 1029 1132 3952

FG Att 102 238 147 344 131 310 148 419 528 1311

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 160 261 133 212 120 177 413 650

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 312 10.1 --- --- 452 15.6 --- --- 479 15.0 --- --- 514 18.4 --- --- 1757 14.6

6-foot-0 • Dayton, Ohio

Pct Reb Avg Ast .789 252 8.7 61 .842 140 5.2 26 .766 231 8.0 35 .714 210 7.0 47 .771 833 7.2 169

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 525 20.2 --- --- 609 23.4 --- --- 521 18.0 --- --- 1655 20.4

Blk Stl Pts Avg 25 18 338 11.7 9 6 260 9.6 13 11 491 16.9 17 5 553 18.4 64 40 1642 14.3

7-foot-0 • Greenfield, Ohio Pct Reb Avg Ast .613 491 15.3 --- .627 400 13.8 --- .678 398 14.7 --- .635 1289 14.6 ---

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 590 18.4 --- --- 539 18.6 --- --- 498 18.4 --- --- 1627 18.5

6-foot-2 • Springfield, Ohio

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 22 36 152 206 142 232 84 131 400 605

Pct Reb Avg Ast .611 83 2.6 --- .738 221 7.6 --- .612 178 5.6 --- .641 216 7.4 --- .661 698 5.7 ---

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 69 105 125 158 154 193 348 456

Pct Reb Avg Ast .657 106 3.7 118 .791 93 3.6 102 .798 85 3.3 103 .763 284 3.5 323

FT Att 38 46 47 70 52 79 104 140 241 335

Pct Reb Avg Ast .826 68 2.0 92 .671 104 3.4 96 .658 65 2.1 144 .743 88 2.8 165 .743 325 2.6 497

Pct 3Pt Att Pct .429 50 120 .429 .427 71 191 .372 .423 53 140 .379 .353 67 218 .307 .403 241 669 .360

Blk Stl Pts Avg 12 18 296 10.6 18 14 492 15.9 29 20 452 15.6 23 37 520 16.3 82 89 1760 14.7

6-foot-10 • Cleveland, Ohio

FT Att 56 71 64 76 85 111 75 105 280 363

1,538 • Ramod Marshall 2000-2004 Year Class G 2000-2001 Frosh 34 2001-2002 Soph 31 2002-2003 Junior 30 2003-2004 Senior 32 CAREER 127

Pct Reb Avg Ast .525 134 4.8 28 .684 213 6.9 63 .662 202 7.0 58 .626 265 8.3 47 .633 814 6.8 196

6-foot-8 • Minneapolis, Minn.

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,610 • Jack Sallee 1951-1955 Year Class G 1951-1952 Frosh 32 1952-1953 Soph 29 1953-1954 Junior 32 1954-1955 Senior 29 CAREER 122

6-foot-6 • Dayton, Ohio

Pct --- --- .235 .500 .286

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 138 4.3 --- --- 550 19.0 --- --- 486 15.2 --- --- 436 15.0 --- --- 1610 13.2

6-foot-1 • Detroit, Mich. Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 415 14.3 13 32 581 22.3 6 40 566 21.8 --- --- 1562 19.3

6-foot-2 • Charlotte, N.C. Blk Stl Pts Avg 7 19 292 8.6 3 19 412 13.3 1 22 367 12.2 2 24 467 14.6 13 84 1538 12.1

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1,000-POINT CLUB 1,524 • Ryan Perryman 1994-1998 Year Class G 1994-1995 Frosh 27 1995-1996 Soph 29 1996-1997 Junior 27 1997-1998 Senior 33 CAREER 116

Min 623 854 810 1090 3377

FG Att 91 194 139 247 126 218 178 319 534 978

Pct .469 .563 .578 .558 .546

3Pt Att 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 2 1 5

Pct --- --- .333 .000 .200

1,515 • Keith Waleskowski 2000-2004 Year Class G 2000-2001 Frosh 34 2001-2002 Soph 32 2002-2003 Junior 30 2003-2004 Senior 33 CAREER 129

Min 920 915 924 1048 3807

FG Att 128 323 116 214 123 231 152 317 519 1085

Pct .552 .542 .532 .479 .473

3Pt Att 0 4 4 13 14 42 13 55 31 114

Min 922 978 1011 1013 3924

FG Att 130 264 150 301 176 371 194 401 650 1337

Pct .492 .498 .474 .484 .486

Min 719 927 832 911 3389

FG Att 95 219 150 333 149 322 155 334 549 1208

Pct .434 .450 .463 .464 .454

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 25 37 31 43 49 57 77 92 182 229

Pct Reb Avg Ast .676 80 3.1 120 .721 94 3.2 136 .860 99 3.4 163 .837 83 3.1 133 .795 356 3.2 552

3Pt Att 0 0 0 1 1 8 1 4 2 13

Min 877 924 954 975 3730

FG Att 102 237 88 239 143 328 123 280 456 1084

Pct .430 .368 .436 .439 .421

3Pt Att 67 170 63 167 78 201 77 193 285 731

Pct --- .000 .125 .250 .153

FT Att 43 68 85 129 126 159 95 133 349 489

Pct .394 .377 .388 .399 .390

FT Att 51 61 37 49 57 79 62 81 207 270

1,398 • Garry Roggenburk 1959-1962 Year 1959-1960 1960-1961 1961-1962

Class Soph Junior Senior CAREER

G 28 29 30 87

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 190 432 198 476 211 460 599 1368

Pct .440 .416 .459 .438

1,323 • Chip Hare 1991-1995 Year Class G 1991-1992 Frosh 30 1992-1993 Soph 30 1993-1994 Junior 26 1994-1995 Senior 26 CAREER 112

Min 753 1024 571 471 2819

FG Att 123 241 194 457 100 242 69 174 486 1114

Pct .510 .425 .413 .397 .436

3Pt --- --- --- ---

Att --- --- --- ---

Pct --- --- --- ---

3Pt Att 24 65 46 143 24 76 10 37 104 321

Pct .369 .322 .316 .270 .324

1,253 • Ed Young 1982-1987 Year Class G 1982-1983 Frosh 26 1983-1984 Soph 32 1985-1986 Junior 30 1986-1987 Senior 19 CAREER 107

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Min 783 1133 1088 380 3384

FG Att 101 201 167 340 170 291 52 109 490 941

Pct .502 .491 .584 .477 .521

Blk Stl Pts Avg 6 30 254 9.4 12 16 388 13.4 8 20 379 14.0 3 25 503 15.2 29 91 1524 13.1

6-foot-8 • Dayton, Ohio

Pct Reb Avg Ast .843 261 7.7 38 .781 257 8.0 44 .779 247 8.2 30 .726 327 9.9 62 .781 1092 8.5 174

1,404 • Brooks Hall 1999-2003 Year Class G 1999-2000 Frosh 31 2000-2001 Soph 30 2001-2002 Junior 32 2002-2003 Senior 30 CAREER 123

Pct Reb Avg Ast .590 207 7.7 21 .611 271 9.3 22 .704 266 9.9 31 .653 412 12.5 47 .644 1156 10.0 121

FT Att 129 153 75 96 120 154 122 168 446 571

1,449 • Mark Ashman 1996-2000 Year Class G 1996-1997 Frosh 27 1997-1998 Soph 33 1998-1999 Junior 28 1999-2000 Senior 31 CAREER 119

6-foot-7 • Oak Park, Mich.

Pct .000 .308 .333 .236 .272

1,482 • Jack Zimmerman 1976-1980 Year Class G 1976-1977 Frosh 26 1977-1978 Soph 29 1978-1979 Junior 29 1979-1980 Senior 27 CAREER 111

FT Att 72 122 110 180 126 179 147 225 455 706

Blk Stl Pts Avg 21 28 385 11.3 15 21 311 9.7 15 18 380 12.7 19 28 439 13.3 70 95 1515 11.7

6-foot-2 • Dayton, Ohio Blk Stl Pts Avg 4 36 285 11.0 7 24 331 11.4 3 44 401 13.8 3 30 465 17.2 17 134 1482 13.4

6-foot-10 • St. Marys, Ohio Pct Reb Avg Ast .632 138 5.1 9 .659 186 5.6 22 .792 161 5.8 16 .714 199 5.5 15 .714 684 5.7 62

Blk Stl Pts Avg 33 12 233 8.6 24 26 385 11.7 25 9 425 15.2 14 21 406 13.1 96 68 1449 12.2

6-foot-6 • Troy, Ohio

Pct Reb Avg Ast .836 179 5.8 52 .755 139 4.6 74 .722 161 5.0 80 .765 207 6.9 69 .767 686 5.6 275

Blk Stl Pts Avg 9 31 322 10.4 6 33 276 9.2 11 30 421 13.2 8 28 385 12.8 34 122 1404 11.0

6-foot-6 • Cleveland, Ohio

FT Att Pct Reb Avg 72 123 .585 385 13.8 70 134 .522 362 12.5 58 91 .637 280 9.3 200 348 .575 1027 11.8

Ast --- --- --- ---

Blk --- --- --- ---

Stl Pts --- 452 --- 466 --- 480 --- 1398

Avg 16.1 16.1 16.0 16.1

6-foot-10 • Massillon, Ohio

FT Att 62 80 101 137 52 74 32 50 247 341

Pct Reb Avg Ast .775 199 6.6 21 .737 190 6.3 52 .703 135 5.2 23 .640 92 3.5 18 .724 616 5.5 114

Blk Stl Pts Avg 13 11 332 11.1 10 14 535 17.8 7 6 276 10.6 7 7 180 6.9 37 38 1323 11.8

6-foot-7 • Upper Sandusky, Ohio

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 4 .250 1 4 .250

FT Att 48 61 96 129 86 122 42 59 272 371

Pct Reb Avg Ast .787 133 5.1 19 .744 211 6.6 51 .705 217 7.2 47 .712 78 4.1 12 .733 639 6.0 129

Blk Stl Pts Avg 22 13 250 9.6 21 21 430 13.4 21 25 426 14.2 14 7 147 7.7 78 66 1253 11.7


1,000-POINT CLUB 1,248 • Mike Sylvester 1971-1974 Year Class G 1971-1972 Soph 26 1972-1973 Junior 26 1973-1974 Senior 29 CAREER 81

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 127 305 190 366 203 404 520 1075

Pct .416 .519 .502 .484

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Pct Reb Avg Ast .670 169 6.5 --- .718 80 3.1 --- .833 193 6.7 44 .746 442 5.5 ---

FT Att 14 27 38 73 85 130 98 160 235 390

Pct Reb Avg Ast .519 61 3.2 7 .521 295 10.9 71 .654 294 10.9 106 .613 285 9.8 84 .603 935 9.2 268

Pct .258 .326 .362 .400 .341 .339

FT Att 51 64 65 92 46 72 3 10 71 99 236 337

Pct Reb Avg Ast .797 39 1.4 28 .707 122 4.2 58 .639 114 3.8 93 .300 10 3.3 5 .717 158 5.9 76 .700 443 3.8 260

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 50 70 84 121 109 147 243 338

Pct Reb Avg Ast .714 180 6.9 --- .694 193 7.1 --- .741 197 7.3 --- .719 570 7.1 ---

1,227 • Erv Giddings 1974-1978 Year Class G 1974-1975 Frosh 19 1975-1976 Soph 27 1976-1977 Junior 27 1977-1978 Senior 29 CAREER 102

Min 227 932 907 917 2983

FG Att 32 78 146 289 160 315 158 315 496 997

Pct .410 .505 .508 .502 .497

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,212 • Alex Robertson 1989-1994 Year Class G 1989-1990 Frosh 28 1990-1991 Soph 29 1991-1992 Junior 30 1992-1993 Senior (RS) 3 1993-1994 Senior 27 CAREER 117

Min 327 726 914 65 845 2877

FG Att 40 83 118 275 126 270 12 26 113 252 409 906

Pct .482 .429 .467 .462 .448 .451

1,207 • Ken May 1968-1971 Year Class G 1968-1969 Soph 26 1969-1970 Junior 27 1970-1971 Senior 27 CAREER 80

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 93 225 188 414 201 455 482 1094

Pct .413 .454 .442 .441

3Pt Att 8 31 46 141 51 141 6 15 47 138 158 466

1,191 • Damon Goodwin 1982-1986 Year Class G 1982-1983 Frosh 28 1983-1984 Soph 32 1984-1985 Junior 29 1985-1986 Senior 30 CAREER 119

Min 241 971 1017 1071 3300

FG Att 20 43 127 228 153 278 167 319 467 868

Pct .465 .557 .550 .524 .538

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,175 • Frank Case 1957-1960 Year Class G 1957-1958 Soph 29 1958-1959 Junior 26 1959-1960 Senior 28 CAREER 83

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 155 359 171 440 150 367 476 1166

Pct .432 .389 .409 .408

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,105 • Chuck Grigsby 1949-1952 Year Class G 1949-1950 Soph 31 1950-1951 Junior 32 1951-1952 Senior 33 CAREER 96

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 130 320 102 294 173 422 405 1036

Pct .406 .347 .410 .391

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,097 • Gordy Hatton 1961-1964 Year Class G 1961-1962 Soph 29 1962-1963 Junior 26 1963-1964 Senior 25 CAREER 80

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 146 346 146 376 103 271 395 993

Pct .422 .388 .380 .398

6-foot-5 • Cincinnati, Ohio

FT Att 67 100 51 71 90 108 208 279

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 30 37 69 77 63 83 95 102 257 299

FT Att 57 83 93 134 73 114 223 331

FT Att 70 120 83 150 142 225 295 495

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 321 12.3 --- --- 431 16.6 --- --- 496 17.1 --- --- 1248 15.4

6-foot-7 • Detroit, Mich. Blk Stl Pts Avg 5 10 78 4.1 37 13 330 12.2 29 28 405 15.0 45 18 414 14.3 116 69 1227 12.0

6-foot-4 • Chicago, Ill. Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 34 139 5.0 2 72 347 12.0 3 84 349 11.6 0 8 33 11.0 5 78 344 12.7 11 276 1212 10.4

6-foot-5 • Dayton, Ohio Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 236 9.1 --- --- 460 17.0 --- --- 511 18.9 --- --- 1207 15.1

6-foot-6 • St. Marys, Ohio

Pct Reb Avg Ast .811 29 1.0 15 .896 148 4.6 47 .759 162 5.6 73 .931 118 3.9 116 .860 457 3.8 251

Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 2 70 2.5 1 20 323 10.1 2 16 369 12.7 5 25 429 14.3 9 63 1191 10.0

6-foot-3 • Flushing, N.Y. Pct Reb Avg Ast .687 219 7.6 --- .694 101 3.9 --- .640 154 5.5 --- .674 474 5.7 ---

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 367 12.7 --- --- 435 16.7 --- --- 373 13.3 --- --- 1175 14.2

6-foot-5 • Dayton, Ohio

Pct Reb Avg Ast .583 --- --- --- .553 204 6.4 34 .631 --- --- --- .596 --- --- ---

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 330 10.6 --- --- 287 9.0 --- --- 488 14.8 --- --- 1105 11.5

6-foot-1 • Waynesville, Ohio

FT Att 113 182 117 174 77 114 307 470

Pct Reb Avg Ast .621 159 5.5 --- .672 175 6.7 --- .675 150 6.0 --- .653 484 6.1 ---

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 405 14.0 --- --- 409 15.7 --- --- 283 11.3 --- --- 1097 13.7

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1,000-POINT CLUB 1,093 • Richard Montague 1977-1981 Year Class G 1977-1978 Frosh 28 1978-1979 Soph 29 1979-1980 Junior 26 1980-1981 Senior 29 CAREER 112

Min 377 816 762 899 2854

FG Att 51 118 131 271 129 281 139 304 450 974

Pct .432 .483 .459 .457 .462

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,061 • Derrick Dukes 1990-1994 Year Class G 1990-1991 Frosh 29 1991-1992 Soph 30 1992-1993 Junior 30 1993-1994 Senior 27 CAREER 116

Min 668 870 1090 867 3495

FG Att 65 183 88 212 139 338 73 204 365 937

Pct .355 .415 .411 .358 .390

3Pt Att 19 60 22 72 39 114 22 75 102 321

Pct .317 .306 .342 .293 .318

1,059 • Bobby Joe Hooper 1965-1968 Year Class G 1965-66 Soph 27 1966-67 Junior 31 1967-68 Senior 29 CAREER 87

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 96 230 140 286 182 372 418 888

Pct .417 .490 .489 .471

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,054 • MONTY SCOTT 2003-2007 Year Class G 2003-04 Frosh 32 2004-05 Soph 29 2005-06 Junior 25 2006-07 Senior 25 CAREER 111

Min 645 724 622 702 2693

FG Att 73 179 118 272 103 235 92 190 386 876

Pct .408 .434 .438 .484 .441

3Pt Att 24 74 52 137 39 103 44 113 159 427

Min 1069 1155 2224

FG Att Pct 189 360 .525 215 399 .539 404 759 .532

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

1,025 • Coby Turner 1995-1999 Year Class G 1995-1996 Frosh 26 1996-1997 Soph 27 1997-1998 Junior 33 1998-1999 Senior 28 CAREER 114

Min 411 590 1063 827 2891

FG Att 44 142 68 185 151 337 93 272 356 936

Pct .310 .368 .448 .342 .380

3Pt Att 22 80 19 72 61 118 51 136 153 406

Min --- --- --- ---

FG Att 121 346 134 447 130 389 385 1182

Pct .350 .300 .334 .326

1,003 • Sean Finn 2000-2004 Year Class G 2000-2001 Frosh 28 2001-2002 Soph 32 2002-2003 Junior 30 2003-2004 Senior 33 CAREER 123

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Min 131 565 644 967 2307

FG Att 12 29 99 166 128 181 175 264 414 640

Pct .414 .596 .707 .663 .647

Blk Stl Pts Avg 8 12 122 4.4 10 26 313 10.8 16 23 326 12.5 32 16 332 11.4 66 77 1093 9.8

6-foot-0 • Cincinnati, Ohio

FT Att 64 100 60 84 66 93 39 59 229 336

Pct Reb Avg Ast .640 82 2.8 126 .714 79 2.6 120 .710 117 3.9 122 .661 97 3.6 129 .682 375 3.2 497

Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 48 213 7.3 4 43 258 8.6 5 42 383 12.8 1 33 207 7.7 11 166 1061 9.1

6-foot-0 • Lees Creek, Ohio

FT Att 64 76 82 102 77 89 223 267

Pct Reb Avg Ast .842 116 4.3 --- .804 122 3.9 --- .865 123 4.2 --- .835 361 4.1 ---

FT Att 33 40 34 46 35 44 21 30 123 160

Pct Reb Avg Ast .825 116 3.6 29 .739 134 4.6 21 .795 108 4.3 29 .700 109 4.4 32 .769 467 4.2 111

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 256 9.5 --- --- 362 11.7 --- --- 441 15.2 --- --- 1059 12.2

Blk Stl Pts Avg 11 10 203 6.3 9 10 322 11.1 14 6 280 11.2 21 4 249 10.0 55 30 1054 9.5

6-foot-8 • Cleveland, Ohio

FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast 106 146 .726 224 7.7 38 135 172 .785 246 8.2 59 241 318 .758 470 8.0 97

Blk Stl Pts Avg 33 29 484 16.7 29 24 565 18.8 62 53 1049 17.8

6-foot-7 • Alexandria, Va.

Pct .275 .264 .517 .375 .377

FT Att 27 38 23 29 75 94 35 45 160 206

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT Att 56 93 106 151 77 107 239 351

Pct Reb Avg Ast .602 --- --- --- .702 158 4.9 --- .712 --- --- --- .681 --- --- ---

3Pt Att Pct 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 ---

FT Att 8 15 39 81 45 70 83 165 175 331

Pct Reb Avg Ast .533 47 1.7 1 .481 173 5.4 14 .643 159 5.3 8 .503 245 7.4 21 .529 624 5.1 44

1,009 • Junior Norris 1949-1952 Year Class G 1949-1950 Soph 31 1950-1951 Junior 32 1951-1952 Senior 32 CAREER 95

6-foot-9 • Elyria, Ohio

Pct Reb Avg Ast .714 92 3.3 13 .671 190 6.6 19 .747 193 7.4 38 .667 221 7.6 27 .699 696 6.2 97

6-FOOT-6 • REYNOLDSBURG, OHIO

Pct .324 .380 .379 .389 .372

1,049 • Dave Colbert 1984-1986 Year Class G 1984-1985 Junior 29 1985-1986 Senior 30 CAREER 59

FT Att 20 28 51 76 68 91 54 81 193 276

Pct Reb Avg Ast .711 68 2.6 27 .793 96 3.6 33 .798 160 4.8 63 .778 156 5.6 44 .777 480 4.2 167

Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 2 137 5.3 2 5 178 6.6 6 21 438 13.3 2 12 272 9.7 12 40 1025 9.0

6-foot-1 • Dayton, Ohio

Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- 298 9.6 --- --- 374 11.7 --- --- 337 10.5 --- --- 1009 10.6

7-foot-0 • Hays, Kansas

Blk Stl Pts Avg 10 2 32 1.1 46 6 237 7.4 44 7 301 10.0 39 9 433 13.1 139 24 1,003 8.1


INDIVIDUAL SCORING MARKS Most Points Scored, Career

Seasons G 1 Roosevelt Chapman 1980-84 118 2 Don May 1965-68 90 3 Henry Finkel 1963-66 83 4 Brian Roberts 2004-08 125 5 Jim Paxson 1975-79 108 6 Don Meineke 1949-52 96 7 Tony Stanley 1997-01 125 8 Negele Knight 1985-90 122 9 Anthony Corbitt 1986-90 120 10 John Horan 1951-55 120 11 Donald Smith 1971-74 81 12 Mike Kanieski 1978-82 115 13 Bill Uhl 1953-56 88 14 Jack Sallee 1951-55 122 15 Johnny Davis 1973-76 81 16 Ramod Marshall 2000-04 127 17 Ryan Perryman 1994-98 116 18 Keith Waleskowski 2000-04 129 19 Jack Zimmerman 1976-80 111 20 Mark Ashman 1996-99 88 21 Brooks Hall 1999-03 123 22 Garry Roggenburk 1959-62 87 23 Chip Hare 1991-95 112 24 Ed Young 1982-87 107 25 Mike Sylvester 1971-74 81 26 Erv Giddings 1974-78 102 27 Alex Robertson 1989-94 117 28 Ken May 1968-71 80 29 Damon Goodwin 1982-86 119 30 Frank Case 1957-60 83 31 Chuck Grigsby 1949-52 96 32 Gordy Hatton 1961-64 80 33 Richard Montague 1977-81 112 34 Derrick Dukes 1990-94 116 35 Bobby Joe Hooper 1965-68 87 36 Monty Scott 2003-07 111 37 Dave Colbert 1984-86 59 38 Coby Turner 1995-99 114 39 Junior Norris 1949-52 95 40 Sean Finn 2000-04 123 41 Charles Little 2005-09 127 42 Andy Meyer 1992-96 111 43 Kevin Conrad 1979-83 106 44 James Paxson 1951-56 88 45 Marcus Johnson 2006- 99 46 Noland Robinson 1986-90 118 47 Bucky Bockhorn 1955-58 85 48 Tom Hatton 1959-62 85 Yuanta Holland 1998-02 125 50 Dan Sadlier 1966-69 86 51 George Janky 1967-70 82 52 Anthony Grant 1983-87 105 53 Mark Jones 2001-05 124 54 Norm Grevey 1986-91 113 55 Bob Sullivan 1962-65 73 56 Nate Green 1998-03 133 57 David Morris 1998-02 125 58 Allen Elijah 1972-75 80 59 Norman Plummer 2004-07 88 60 Tom Crosswhite 1968-71 77 61 Ray Springer 1987-90 91 62 Edwin Young 1997-00 118 63 Razor Campbell 1948-51 92 64 Don Lane 1955-58 77 65 Steve Pittman 1985-89 90 66 Bill Westerkamp 1960-63 78 67 Jim Gottschall 1967-70 84 68 Sedric Toney 1983-85 59 69 George Jackson 1969-71 54 70 Shawn Haughn 1993-97 105 71 Dan Christie 1983-87 117 72 Gene Klaus 1964-67 82 73 Chip Jones 1990-91 32 74 Dan Obrovac 1966-69 81 75 Darnell Hahn 1993-96 82 75 Glinder Torain 1965-68 80

Pts Avg 2233 18.9 1980 22.0 1968 23.7 1962 15.7 1945 18.0 1866 19.4 1835 14.7 1806 14.8 1760 14.7 1757 14.6 1655 20.4 1642 14.3 1627 18.5 1610 13.2 1562 19.3 1538 12.1 1524 13.1 1515 11.7 1482 13.4 1449 11.9 1404 11.4 1398 16.1 1323 11.8 1253 11.7 1248 15.4 1227 12.0 1212 10.4 1207 15.1 1191 10.0 1175 14.2 1105 11.5 1097 13.7 1093 9.8 1061 9.1 1059 12.2 1054 9.5 1049 17.8 1025 9.0 1009 10.6 1003 8.2 996 7.8 988 8.9 983 9.3 956 10.9 952 9.6 942 8.0 941 11.1 926 10.9 926 7.4 915 10.7 910 11.1 902 8.6 894 7.2 875 7.7 833 11.4 818 6.2 812 6.5 806 10.1 804 9.1 798 10.4 788 8.7 782 6.6 768 8.4 754 9.8 732 8.1 730 9.4 725 8.6 722 12.2 714 13.2 709 6.8 690 5.9 671 8.2 663 20.7 657 8.0 653 8.0 644 8.1

When Donald Smith walked off the court at Chicago Stadium after scoring 52 points, the public address announcer said, “Ladies and gentlemen, you have just witnessed the greatest effort in the history of Chicago Stadium.” But Don Donoher contends that it wasn’t Smith’s best, citing his 44-point 20-of-25 game at Xavier a month earlier.

Most Points Scored, Season 1 Henry Finkel 2 Negele Knight 3 Don May 4 Roosevelt Chapman 5 Don Meineke 6 Don May 7 Don Meineke 8 Henry Finkel 9 Brian Roberts 10 Roosevelt Chapman 11 Donald Smith 12 Don May Bill Uhl 14 Johnny Davis 15 Jim Paxson 16 Henry Finkel 17 Brian Roberts 18 Johnny Davis 19 Dave Colbert 20 Mike Kanieski 21 Jack Sallee 22 Chip Jones 23 Roosevelt Chapman 24 Tony Stanley 25 Bill Uhl 26 Chip Hare 27 Donald Smith 28 Donald Smith 29 Anthony Corbitt 30 John Horan 31 Ken May 32 Don Meineke 33 Jim Paxson

Yr Season G Jr 1964-65 29 Sr 1989-90 32 Sr 1967-68 30 Sr 1983-84 32 Sr 1951-52 33 Jr 1966-67 31 Jr 1950-51 32 Sr 1965-66 29 Sr 2007-08 34 Jr 1982-83 27 Jr 1972-73 26 So 1965-66 29 So 1953-54 32 So 1974-75 26 Sr 1978-79 25 So 1963-64 25 Jr 2006-07 31 Jr 1975-76 26 Sr 1985-86 30 Sr 1981-82 30 So 1952-53 29 Jr 1990-91 27 So 1981-82 30 Sr 2000-01 24 Jr 1954-55 29 So 1992-93 30 So 1971-72 26 Sr 1973-74 29 Sr 1989-90 32 Sr 1954-55 28 Sr 1970-71 27 So 1949-50 31 So 1976-77 27

Pts Avg 733 25.3 731 22.8 701 23.4 699 21.8 696 21.1 689 22.2 660 20.6 659 22.7 627 18.4 621 23.0 609 23.4 590 20.3 590 18.4 581 22.3 580 23.2 576 23.0 573 14.3 566 21.8 565 18.8 553 18.4 550 19.0 545 20.2 543 18.1 542 15.9 539 18.6 535 17.8 525 20.2 521 18.0 520 16.3 514 18.4 511 18.9 510 16.5 507 18.8

Most Points Scored, By A Freshman 1 Tony Stanley 2 Johnny Davis 3 Keith Waleskowski 4 Roosevelt Chapman 5 Jim Paxson 6 Mike Kanieski 7 Chip Hare 8 Brooks Hall 9 John Horan 10 Anthony Corbitt 11 Jack Zimmerman 12 Paul Hawkins

Season G 1997-98 33 1973-74 29 2000-01 34 1980-81 29 1975-76 27 1978-79 29 1991-92 30 1999-00 31 1951-52 31 1986-87 28 1976-77 26 1980-81 28

Most Points Scored, Game

Opponent 1 Donald Smith Loyola/Ill. 2 Don Meineke Muskingum 3 Don May Xavier 4 Donald Smith Xavier Henry Finkel Maryland 6 Negele Knight Detroit 7 R. Chapman Oklahoma NCAA Tom Crosswhite Loyola/La. 9 Chuck Grigsby Southern Miss 10 Don Meineke Ohio U. 11 Johnny Davis Notre Dame 12 Frank Case Texas Southern Don Meineke Arizona St NIT Don Meineke Youngstown 15 Mike Sylvester UCLA NCAA Henry Finkel Kentucky NCAA Henry Finkel Loyola/Ill. Henry Finkel Chattanooga

Pts Avg 431 13.1 415 14.3 385 11.3 370 12.8 353 13.1 338 11.7 332 11.1 322 10.4 312 10.1 296 10.6 285 11.0 267 9.5

Date Feb 3, 1973 Jan 13, 1951 Jan 3, 1966 Jan 6, 1973 Dec 30, 1965 Feb 24, 1990 Mar 17, 1984 Jan 9, 1971 Jan 1, 1952 Jan 9, 1952 Feb 25, 1976 Dec 17, 1958 Mar 13, 1951 Feb 5, 1951 Mar 14, 1974 Mar 11, 1966 Feb 20, 1965 Jan 20, 1965

Pts 52 49 45 44 44 42 41 41 40 39 38 37 37 37 36 36 36 36

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INDIVIDUAL SCORING MARKS Average Points Per Game, Freshman Season G 1 Johnny Davis 1973-74 29 2 Jim Paxson 1975-76 27 Tony Stanley 1997-98 33 4 Roosevelt Chapman 1980-81 29 5 Mike Kanieski 1978-79 29 6 Keith Waleskowski 2000-01 34 7 Chip Hare 1991-92 30 8 Jack Zimmerman 1976-77 26 9 Anthony Corbitt 1986-87 28 Jim Rhoden 1977-78 23 11 Brooks Hall 1999-00 31

Yearly Scoring Leaders

Roosevelt Chapman is the only Flyer men’s basketball player to score more than 2,000 points in his career. He scored 2,233 points from 1980 to 1984. His 41 points in the 1984 NCAA Second Round win over Oklahoma are the most points scored by a Flyer in an NCAA tournament game.

Most Points Scored, Freshman Game Opponent 1 Shawn Haughn St. Louis 2 Tony Stanley Temple Jim Rhoden Fairfield NIT Chris Wright Toledo 5 Paul Hawkins Toledo 6 Norman Plummer La Salle Tony Stanley Miami/Ohio Andy Meyer Loyola/Ill. Chip Hare Detroit Ed Young Long Island Jim Rhoden Chattanooga Johnny Davis South Florida Johnny Davis Xavier

Most Points Scored, In A Half Half Opponent 1 Donald Smith 1 Xavier 2 Donald Smith 2 Loyola/Ill. 3 Negele Knight 2 Detroit 4 Don Meineke 1 Youngstown 5 Don Meineke 1 Muskingum

Most Points Scored, Opponent

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1 Scott Haffner 2 Austin Carr David West 3 Charles Jones 4 Keith Gailes Keith Gailes Dave DeBusschere

Team Evansville Notre Dame Xavier Long Island Loyola/Ill. Loyola/Ill. Detroit

NIT

Average Points Per Game, Career

Date Feb 13, 1994 Jan 28, 1998 Mar 10, 1978 Nov 21, 2007 Dec 27, 1980 Jan. 22, 2005 Nov 22, 1997 Jan 28, 1993 Mar 7, 1992 Mar 2, 1983 Jan 16, 1978 Feb 11, 1974 Feb 23, 1974

Pts 30 26 26 26 25 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Date Jan 6, 1973 Feb 3, 1973 Feb 24, 1990 Feb 5, 1951 Jan 13, 1951

Pts 32 30 29 28 27

Date Feb 18, 1989 Mar 1, 1971 Feb 8, 2003 Mar 11, 1998 Jan 10, 1991 Mar 9, 1990 Feb 10, 1962

Pts 65 47 47 45 44 44 44

Seasons G 1 Henry Finkel 1963-66 83 2 Don May 1965-68 90 3 Donald Smith 1971-74 81 4 Don Meineke 1949-52 96 5 Johnny Davis 1973-76 81 6 Roosevelt Chapman 1980-84 118 7 Bill Uhl 1953-56 88 8 Jim Paxson 1975-79 108 9 Dave Colbert 1984-86 59 10 Garry Roggenburk 1959-62 87 11 Brian Roberts 2004-08 125 12 Mike Sylvester 1971-74 81 13 Ken May 1968-71 80 14 Negele Knight 1985-90 122 15 Tony Stanley 1997-00 125 16 Anthony Corbitt 1986-90 120 17 John Horan 1951-55 120

Average Points Per Game, Season

Pts Avg 1968 23.7 1980 22.0 1655 20.4 1866 19.4 1562 19.3 2233 18.9 1627 18.5 1945 18.0 1049 17.8 1398 16.1 1962 15.7 1248 15.4 1207 15.1 1806 14.8 1835 14.7 1760 14.7 1757 14.6

Yr Season G Pts Avg 1 Henry Finkel Jr 1964-65 29 733 25.3 2 Donald Smith Jr 1972-73 26 609 23.4 Don May Sr 1967-68 30 701 23.4 4 Jim Paxson Sr 1978-79 25 580 23.2 5 Henry Finkel So 1963-64 25 576 23.0 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 1982-83 27 621 23.0 7 Negele Knight Sr 1989-90 32 731 22.8 8 Henry Finkel Sr 1965-66 29 659 22.7 9 Johnny Davis So 1974-75 26 581 22.3 10 Don May Jr 1966-67 31 689 22.2

Yr G 1949-50 Don Meineke So 31 1950-51 Don Meineke Jr 32 1951-52 Don Meineke Sr 33 1952-53 Jack Sallee So 29 1953-54 Bill Uhl So 32 1954-55 Bill Uhl Jr 29 1955-56 Bill Uhl Sr 27 1956-57 Al Sicking Sr 28 1957-58 Jack McCarthy Sr 29 1958-59 Frank Case Jr 26 1959-60 Garry Roggenburk So 28 1960-61 Garry Roggenburk Jr 29 1961-62 Garry Roggenburk Sr 30 1962-63 Gordy Hatton Jr 26 1963-64 Henry Finkel So 25 1964-65 Henry Finkel Jr 29 1965-66 Henry Finkel Sr 29 1966-67 Don May Jr 31 689 1967-68 Don May Sr 30 701 1968-69 Dan Sadlier Sr 27 1969-70 Ken May Jr 27 460 1970-71 Ken May Sr 27 511 1971-72 Donald Smith So 26 1972-73 Donald Smith Jr 26 1973-74 Donald Smith Sr 29 1974-75 Johnny Davis So 26 1975-76 Johnny Davis Jr 26 1976-77 Jim Paxson So 27 507 1977-78 Jim Paxson Jr 29 505 1978-79 Jim Paxson Sr 25 580 1979-80 Jack Zimmerman Sr 27 1980-81 Mike Kanieski Jr 29 1981-82 Mike Kanieski Sr 30 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 27 1983-84 Roosevelt Chapman Sr 32 1984-85 Dave Colbert Jr 29 1985-86 Dave Colbert Sr 30 1986-87 Anthony Grant Sr 28 1987-88 Anthony Corbitt So 31 1988-89 Anthony Corbitt Jr 29 1989-90 Negele Knight Sr 32 1990-91 Chip Jones Jr 27 545 1991-92 Alex Robertson Jr 30 1992-93 Chip Hare So 30 535 1993-94 Alex Robertson Sr 27 1994-95 Andy Meyer Jr 27 1995-96 Ryan Perryman So 29 1996-97 Darnell Hoskins Sr 23 1997-98 Ryan Perryman Sr 33 1998-99 Mark Ashman Jr 28 1999-00 Tony Stanley Jr 31 2000-01 Tony Stanley Sr 34 2001-02 Ramod Marshall So 31 2002-03 Brooks Hall Sr 30 2003-04 Ramod Marshall Sr 32 2004-05 Monty Scott So 29 2005-06 Brian Roberts So 31 2006-07 Brian Roberts Jr 31 2007-08 Brian Roberts Sr 34 2008-09 Chris Wright So. 35

Pts Avg 415 14.3 353 13.1 431 13.1 370 12.8 338 11.7 385 11.3 332 11.1 285 11.0 296 10.6 243 10.6 322 10.4

Pts Avg 510 16.5 660 20.6 696 21.1 550 19.0 590 18.4 539 18.6 498 18.4 385 13.8 424 14.6 435 16.7 452 16.1 466 16.1 480 16.0 409 15.7 576 23.0 733 25.3 659 22.7 22.2 23.4 492 18.2 17.0 18.9 525 20.2 609 23.4 521 18.0 581 22.3 566 21.8 18.8 17.4 23.2 465 17.2 491 16.9 553 18.4 621 23.0 699 21.8 484 16.7 565 18.8 363 13.0 492 15.9 452 15.6 731 22.8 20.2 349 11.6 17.8 344 12.7 279 10.3 388 13.4 324 14.1 503 15.2 425 15.2 457 14.7 542 15.9 412 13.3 385 12.8 467 14.6 322 11.1 495 16.0 573 18.5 627 18.4 464 13.3


INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOAL MARKS Most Field Goals Made, Career 1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Jim Paxson 3 Henry Finkel 4 Don May 5 Anthony Corbitt 6 Donald Smith 7 Don Meineke 8 Mike Kanieski 9 Brian Roberts 10 Jack Zimmerman

Seasons 1980-84 1975-79 1963-66 1965-68 1986-90 1971-74 1949-52 1978-82 2004-08 1976-80

FG Att 829 1588 812 1557 772 1248 735 1557 725 1358 687 1514 685 1462 681 1289 652 1442 650 1337

Most Field Goals Made, Season Yr Season 1 Henry Finkel Jr 1964-65 2 Roosevelt Chapman Sr 1983-84 3 Don May Jr 1966-67 4 Don Meineke Sr 1951-52 5 Donald Smith Jr 1972-73 6 Henry Finkel Sr 1965-66 7 Don Meineke Jr 1950-51 8 Mike Kanieski Sr 1981-82 Don May Sr 1967-68 10 Don May So 1965-66

FG Att 293 450 268 517 258 543 251 568 249 552 248 397 240 469 239 432 239 509 238 505

Most Field Goals Made, Freshman 1 Johnny Davis 2 Tony Stanley 3 Jim Paxson 4 Mike Kanieski 5 John Horan

Season 1973-74 1997-98 1975-76 1978-79 1951-52

Most Field Goals Made, Game 1 Don Meineke 2 Donald Smith 3 Donald Smith 4 Tom Crosswhite 5 Roosevelt Chapman Don May Henry Finkel Henry Finkel Don Meineke

Opponent Muskingum Loyola/Ill. Xavier Loyola/La. Otterbein Xavier Chattanooga Illinois Ohio U.

Pct .522 .522 .619 .472 .534 .454 .469 .528 .452 .486

Pct .651 .518 .475 .442 .451 .625 .512 .553 .470 .471

FG Att 173 407 154 391 149 308 141 299 136 316

Pct .425 .394 .484 .472 .430

Date Jan 13, 1951 Feb 3, 1973 Jan 6, 1973 Jan 9, 1971 Nov 27, 1982 Jan 3, 1966 Jan 20, 1965 Dec 18, 1964 Jan 9, 1952

FG 23 22 20 18 16 16 16 16 16

Consecutive Field Goals Made

Season 1 Sean Finn 2002-03 (vs. Xavier, George Washington, St Joe’s, Richmond) 2 Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83 (vs. Long Island, Notre Dame, DePaul 3 Henry Finkel 1965-66 (vs. Loyola Marymount, St. Joe’s) Single-Game: 13, Don May (North Carolina, Mar 24, 1967, NCAA)

Most Field Goals Attempted, Career 1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Tony Stanley 3 John Horan 4 Don May Jim Paxson 6 Donald Smith 7 Jack Sallee 8 Don Meineke 9 Brian Roberts 10 Bill Uhl

Seasons 1980-84 1997-01 1951-55 1965-68 1975-79 1971-74 1951-55 1949-52 2004-08 1953-56

FG Att 829 1588 832 1583 640 1560 735 1557 812 1557 687 1514 605 1507 685 1462 652 1442 607 1374

Most Field Goals Attempted, Season 1 Don Meineke 2 Donald Smith 3 Don May 4 Bill Uhl 5 Roosevelt Chapman 6 Don May 7 Don May 8 Jack Sallee 9 Chip Jones Donald Smith

Yr Season Sr 1951-52 Jr 1972-73 Jr 1966-67 So 1953-54 Sr 1983-84 Sr 1967-68 So 1965-66 So 1952-53 Jr 1990-91 So 1971-72

FG Att 251 568 249 552 258 543 215 535 268 517 239 509 238 505 199 496 212 482 213 482

1 Johnny Davis 2 Tony Stanley 3 John Horan 4 Jim Paxson 5 Mike Kanieski

15

Season 1973-74 1997-98 1951-52 1975-76 1978-79

FG Att 173 407 154 391 136 316 149 308 141 299

1 Donald Smith 2 Don May 3 Don Meineke Frank Case 5 Donald Smith

Opponent Loyola/Ill. Notre Dame NIT Muskingum DePaul E. Kentucky

(min. 250 fgm) Seasons Sean Finn 2000-04 Chris Daniels 1991-96 Henry Finkel 1963-66 Ryan Perryman 1994-98 Damon Goodwin 1982-86 Anthony Corbitt 1986-90 Steve Pittman 1985-89 Dave Colbert 1984-86 Allen Elijah 1972-75 Dan Sadlier 1966-69

Pct .442 .451 .475 .402 .518 .470 .471 .401 .440 .442

Pct .425 .394 .430 .484 .472

Date Att Feb 3, 1973 35 Mar 21, 1968 33 Jan 13, 1951 32 Feb 11, 1959 32 Jan 3, 1973 31

FG Att 414 640 255 405 772 1248 534 978 467 868 725 1358 308 578 404 759 337 634 376 710

Best Field Goal Accuracy, Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(min. 100 fgm) Yr Season Sean Finn Jr 2002-03 Chris Daniels Sr 1995-96 Sean Finn Sr 2003-04 Henry Finkel Jr 1964-65 Henry Finkel Sr 1965-66 Ed Young Jr 1985-86 Mike Kanieski Jr 1980-81 Allen Elijah Jr 1973-74 Ryan Perryman Jr 1996-97 Henry Finkel So 1963-64

FG Att 128 181 110 160 175 264 293 450 248 397 170 291 203 348 135 232 126 218 231 401

Best Field Goal Accuracy, Freshman 1 2 3 4 5 6

(min. 50 fgm) Season Chris Wright 2007-08 Keith Waleskowski 2000-01 Anthony Corbitt 1986-87 Chip Hare 1991-92 Paul Hawkins 1980-81 Ed Young 1982-83

Best Field Goal Accuracy, Game Pct .522 .399 .410 .472 .522 .454 .401 .469 .452 .442

Most Field Goals Attempted, Game

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10

16

Most Field Goals Attempted, Freshman Only

Best Field Goal Accuracy, Career

Chris Daniels was making 69 percent of his shots in 1995-96 when he tragically died of cardiac arrhythmia in his sleep. With his huge smile, Chris will long be remembered as a beloved person more than as an athlete. Both the Dayton and Atlantic 10 Most Improved Player Awards are named in his honor.

FG 18

Pct .647 .630 .619 .546 .538 .534 .533 .532 .532 .530

Pct .707 .688 .663 .651 .625 .584 .583 .582 .578 .576

1 2 3 4 5

(min. 10 fgm) Opponent Mike Sylvester Xavier Mike Kanieski Hofstra Dave Colbert Southern Sean Finn Prairie View Wes Coffee Loyola/Ill. Henry Burlong Murray St.

Date Feb 23, 1974 Dec 29, 1981 Mar 1, 1986 Dec 20, 2003 Jan 10, 1991 Dec 21, 1963

Yearly Leaders

1949-50 Don Meineke 1950-51 Don Meineke 1951-52 Don Meineke 1952-53 John Horan 1953-54 Bill Uhl 1954-55 Bill Uhl 1955-56 Bill Uhl 1956-57 Al Sicking 1957-58 Jack McCarthy 1958-59 Frank Case 1959-60 Garry Roggenburk 1960-61 Bill Cramsey 1961-62 Garry Roggenburk 1962-63 Bill Westerkamp 1963-64 Henry Finkel 1964-65 Henry Finkel 1965-66 Henry Finkel 1966-67 Gene Klaus 1967-68 George Janky 1968-69 Dan Sadlier 1969-70 Jim Gottschall 1970-71 George Jackson 1971-72 Donald Smith 1972-73 Mike Sylvester 1973-74 Allen Elijah 1974-75 Jim Testerman 1975-76 Erv Giddings 1976-77 Jim Paxson 1977-78 Jim Paxson 1978-79 Jim Paxson 1979-80 Jack Zimmerman 1980-81 Mike Kanieski 1981-82 Mike Kanieski 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84 Damon Goodwin 1984-85 Damon Goodwin 1985-86 Ed Young 1986-87 Anthony Corbitt 1987-88 Steve Pittman 1988-89 Anthony Corbitt 1989-90 Norm Grevey 1990-91 Makor Shayok 1991-92 Chip Hare 1992-93 Chip Hare 1993-94 Alex Robertson 1994-95 Andy Meyer 1995-96 Chris Daniels 1996-97 Ryan Perryman 1997-98 Ryan Perryman 1998-99 Mark Ashman 1999-00 Yuanta Holland 2000-01 Keith Waleskowski 2001-02 Keith Waleskowski 2002-03 Sean Finn 2003-04 Sean Finn 2004-05 Norman Plummer 2005-06 Norman Plummer 2006-07 Charles Little 2007-08 Kurt Huelsman 2008-09 Charles Little

FG Att 59 98 128 232 127 243 123 241 116 230 101 201

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

Pct .602 .552 .523 .510 .504 .502

Pct (FG/Att) 1.00 (11/11) 1.00 (10/10) .929 (13/14) .923 (12/13) .917 (11/12) .917 (11/12)

FG Att 194 424 240 469 251 568 158 385 215 535 203 442 189 397 140 298 168 338 171 440 190 432 161 357 211 460 120 253 231 401 293 450 248 397 107 214 118 222 194 367 105 204 151 273 213 482 190 366 135 232 111 217 146 289 219 401 208 399 236 449 194 401 203 348 239 432 231 410 127 228 153 278 170 291 127 243 164 289 179 326 109 210 113 224 123 241 194 457 113 252 105 213 110 160 126 218 178 319 149 322 106 209 128 232 116 214 128 181 175 264 95 210 115 246 137 264 77 146 108 217

Pct .458 .512 .442 .410 .402 .459 .476 .470 .497 .389 .440 .451 .459 .474 .576 .651 .625 .500 .532 .529 .515 .553 .442 .519 .582 .512 .505 .546 .521 .526 .484 .583 .553 .563 .557 .550 .584 .523 .567 .549 .519 .504 .510 .425 .448 .493 .688 .578 .558 .463 .507 .552 .542 .707 .663 .452 .467 .519 .527 .498

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INDIVIDUAL THREE-POINT MARKS Most Three-Pointers Attempted, Game 1 Norm Grevey 2 Larry Hisle Norm Grevey Norm Grevey Norm Grevey

Opponent Bradley Tennessee Marquette Xavier Cincinnati

Date Att Dec 22, 1990 17 Dec 22, 1992 13 Mar 2, 1989 13 Feb 3, 1990 13 Dec 29, 1990 13

Best Three-Point Accuracy, CAREER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(min. 50 3pm) Seasons Brian Roberts 2004-08 Norm Grevey 1986-91 Negele Knight 1985-90 Shawn Haughn 1993-97 Brooks Hall 1999-03 Josh Postorino 1995-99 Andy Meyer 1992-96 Chip Jones 1990-92 Coby Turner 1995-99 Ramod Marshall 2000-03

3Pt Att 293 665 208 481 94 221 157 402 285 731 62 160 74 192 67 174 153 406 241 669

Best Three-Point Accuracy, Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Brian Roberts is the Flyer record holder for career three-point field goals made and career 3-pt. FG%. He is the only University of Dayton player to lead the team in 3-pt. FG% four straight seasons. He also is UD’s #4 all-time leading scorer, and third in career FT%.

Most Three-Pointers Made, Career 1 Brian Roberts 2 Tony Stanley 3 Brooks Hall 4 Ramod Marshall 5 Norm Grevey 6 Monty Scott 7 Alex Robertson 8 Shawn Haughn 9 Coby Turner 10 Mark Jones

Seasons 2004-08 1997-01 1999-03 2000-04 1986-91 2003-07 1989-94 1993-97 1995-99 2001-05

3Pt Att 293 665 291 813 285 731 241 669 208 481 159 427 158 466 157 402 153 406 125 381

Most Three-Pointers Made, Season 1 Tony Stanley 2 Brian Roberts 3 Norm Grevey 4 Brian Roberts 5 Brooks Hall 6 Brooks Hall 7 Norm Grevey 8 Negele Knight Ramod Marshall Tony Stanley

Yr Season Sr 2000-01 Sr 2007-08 Sr 1990-91 Jr 2006-07 Jr 2001-02 Sr 2002-03 Sr 1989-90 Sr 1989-90 So 2001-02 Jr 1999-00

3Pt Att 102 272 100 220 94 208 82 179 78 201 77 193 72 153 71 144 71 191 71 193

Most Three-Pointers Made, Freshman 1 Brooks Hall 2 Tony Stanley 3 Shawn Haughn 4 Ramod Marshall

Season 1999-00 1997-98 1993-94 2000-01

3Pt Att 67 170 66 187 58 140 50 120

Pct .441 .358 .390 .360 .432 .372 .339 .391 .377 .328

Pct .375 .455 .452 .458 .388 .399 .471 .493 .372 .368

Pct .394 .353 .414 .417

Most Three-Pointers Made, Game 1 Norm Grevey 2 Shawn Haughn 3 Norm Grevey Norm Grevey

Opponent Bradley St. Louis Butler Cincinnati

Date Dec 22, 1990 Feb 13, 1994 Feb 25, 1989 Dec 29, 1990

Most Three-Pointers Attempted, Career 1 Tony Stanley 2 Brooks Hall 3 Ramod Marshall 4 Brian Roberts 5 Norm Grevey 6 Alex Robertson 7 Monty Scott 8 Coby Turner 9 Shawn Haughn 10 Mark Jones

Seasons 1997-01 1999-03 2000-04 2004-08 1986-91 1989-94 2003-07 1995-99 1993-97 2001-05

3Pt Att 291 813 285 731 241 669 293 665 208 481 158 466 159 427 153 406 157 402 125 381

Most Three-Pointers Attempted, Season 1 Tony Stanley 2 Brian Roberts 3 Ramod Marshall 4 Norm Grevey 5 Brooks Hall 6 Tony Stanley Brooks Hall 8 Ramod Marshall 9 Tony Stanley 10 Brian Roberts

Yr Season Sr 2000-01 Sr 2007-08 Sr 2003-04 Sr 1990-91 Jr 2001-02 Jr 1999-00 Sr 2002-03 So 2001-02 Fr 1997-98 Jr 2006-07

3Pt Att 102 272 100 220 67 218 94 208 78 201 71 193 77 193 71 191 66 187 82 179

Most Three-Pointers Attempted, Freshman 1 Tony Stanley 2 Brooks Hall 3 Shawn Haughn 4 Ramod Marshall 5 Brian Roberts

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Season 1997-98 1999-00 1993-94 2000-01 2004-05

3Pt Att 66 187 67 170 58 140 50 120 43 100

3Pt 9 8 7 7

Pct .358 .390 .360 .441 .432 .339 .372 .377 .391 .328

Pct .375 .455 .307 .452 .388 .368 .399 .372 .353 .458

Pct .353 .394 .414 .417 .430

(min. 30 3pm) Yr Season Coby Turner Jr 1997-98 Dan Christie Sr 1986-87 Negele Knight Sr 1989-90 Norm Grevey Sr 1989-90 Andy Meyer Fr 1992-93 Brian Roberts Sr 2007-08 Norm Grevey Sr 1990-91 Brian Roberts Fr 2004-05 Ramod Marshall Fr 2000-01 Shawn Haughn Fr 1993-94

3Pt Att 61 118 46 92 71 144 72 153 33 72 100 220 94 208 43 100 50 120 58 140

Best Three-Point Accuracy, Freshman Only 1 2 3 4 5

(min. 20 3pm) Season Andy Meyer 1992-93 Brian Roberts 2004-05 Ramod Marshall 2000-01 Shawn Haughn 1993-94 Brooks Hall 1999-00

3Pt Att 33 72 43 100 50 120 58 140 67 170

Pct .441 .432 .425 .391 .390 .388 .385 .385 .377 .360

Pct .517 .500 .493 .471 .458 .455 .452 .430 .417 .414

Pct .458 .430 .417 .414 .394

Best Three-Point Accuracy, Game 1 2

(min. 4 3pm) Opponent Date Pct Shawn Haughn St. Louis Feb 13, 1994 1.00 (8/8) Negele Knight Xavier Mar 3, 1990 1.00 (4/4) Chip Jones Marquette Jan 5, 1991 1.00 (4/4) Chip Jones Evansville Jan 12, 1991 1.00 (4/4) Derrick Dukes Niagara Jan 12, 1993 1.00 (4/4) Chip Hare Duquesne Feb 4, 1993 1.00 (4/4) Marques Bennett Coppin State Nov. 27, 2004 1.00 (4/4) Brian Roberts G. Washington Jan 31, 2007 1.00 (4/4) Brian Roberts St. Louis Jan 30, 2008 1.00 (4/4)

Yearly Pct Leaders

1986-87 Dan Christie 1987-88 Ray Springer 1988-89 Ray Springer 1989-90 Negele Knight 1990-91 Norm Grevey 1991-92 Sean Scrutchins 1992-93 Andy Meyer 1993-94 Shawn Haughn 1994-95 Shawn Haughn 1995-96 Darnell Hahn 1996-97 Shawn Haughn 1997-98 Coby Turner 1998-99 Coby Turner 1999-00 Brooks Hall 2000-01 Ramod Marshall 2001-02 Brooks Hall 2002-03 Brooks Hall 2003-04 Warren Williams 2004-05 Brian Roberts 2005-06 Brian Roberts 2006-07 Brian Roberts 2007-08 Brian Roberts 2008-09 Luke Fabrizius

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

3Pt Att 46 92 43 109 30 91 71 144 94 208 33 89 33 72 58 140 49 125 34 126 35 88 61 118 51 136 67 170 50 120 78 201 77 193 31 76 43 100 68 166 82 179 100 220 39 104

Pct .500 .394 .330 .493 .452 .371 .458 .414 .392 .270 .398 .517 .375 .394 .417 .388 .399 .408 .430 .410 .458 .455 .375


INDIVIDUAL FREE THROW MARKS Most Free Throws Made, Career 1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Don May 3 Don Meineke 4 John Horan 5 Ryan Perryman 6 Negele Knight 7 Henry Finkel 8 Bill Uhl 9 Jack Sallee 10 Brian Roberts

Seasons 1980-84 1965-68 1949-52 1951-55 1994-98 1985-90 1963-66 1953-56 1951-55 2007-08

FT Att 575 742 510 663 496 648 477 656 455 706 452 606 424 580 413 650 400 605 365 430

Most Free Throws Made, Season 1 Don May 2 Don Meineke 3 Negele Knight 4 Don Meineke 5 John Horan 6 Don May 7 Roosevelt Chapman Henry Finkel 9 Bill Uhl 10 Roosevelt Chapman

Yr Season Sr 1967-68 Sr 1951-52 Sr 1989-90 Jr 1950-51 Sr 1954-55 Jr 1966-67 Sr 1983-84 Sr 1965-66 So 1953-54 Jr 1982-83

FT Att 223 284 194 246 192 240 180 235 174 217 173 213 163 215 163 196 160 261 159 194

Pct .775 .769 .765 .727 .644 .746 .731 .635 .661 .848

Pct .785 .789 .800 .766 .802 .812 .758 .832 .613 .820

Most Free Throws Made, Freshman Only 1 Keith Waleskowski 2 Roosevelt Chapman 3 Ryan Perryman 4 Johnny Davis 5 Derrick Dukes

Season 2000-01 1980-81 1994-95 1973-74 1990-91

Most Free Throws Made, Game 1 Edwin Young Negele Knight 3 Edwin Young Don May Henry Finkel 6 Roose. Chapman Henry Finkel Don Meineke

Opponent NE Louisiana Butler Geo Washington Canisius Maryland Oklahoma NCAA Canisius Arizona St NIT

FT Att 129 153 100 131 72 122 69 105 64 100

Pct .843 .763 .590 .657 .640

Date Dec 18, 1997 Feb 22, 1990 Feb 14, 1998 Feb 24, 1968 Dec 20, 1965 Mar 17, 1984 Dec 18, 1965 Mar 13, 1951

FT 18 18 16 16 16 15 15 15

Most Free Throws Made, Consecutive

Span Season 1 Damon Goodwin 8-game span 1983-84 2 Bobby Joe Hooper 7-game span 1965-66 Brian Roberts 8-game span 2006-07 4 John Horan 5-game span 1954-55 Single-Game: 18, Edwin Young (NE Louisiana, Dec 18, 1997)

FT 36 34 34 28

Most Free Throws Attempted, Career 1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Ryan Perryman 3 Don May 4 John Horan 5 Bill Uhl 6 Don Meineke 7 Negele Knight 8 Jack Sallee 9 Henry Finkel 10 Keith Waleskowski

Seasons 1980-84 1994-98 1965-68 1951-55 1953-56 1949-52 1985-90 1951-55 1963-66 2000-04

FT Att 575 742 455 706 510 663 477 656 413 650 496 648 452 606 400 605 424 580 446 571

Most Free Throws Attempted, Season 1 Don May 2 Bill Uhl 3 Don Meineke 4 Negele Knight 5 Don Meineke 6 Jack Sallee 7 Chuck Grigsby Ryan Perryman 9 John Horan 10 Roosevelt Chapman

Yr Season Sr 1967-68 So 1953-54 Sr 1951-52 Sr 1989-90 Jr 1950-51 Jr 1953-54 Sr 1951-52 Sr 1997-98 Sr 1954-55 Sr 1983-84

FT Att 223 284 160 261 194 246 192 240 180 235 142 232 142 225 147 225 174 217 163 215

1 Keith Waleskowski 2 Roosevelt Chapman 3 Ryan Perryman 4 Johnny Davis 5 Derrick Dukes

Season 2000-01 1980-81 1994-95 1973-74 1990-91

FT Att 129 153 100 131 72 122 69 105 64 100

1 Jack Sallee Don Meineke 3 Negele Knight 4 Bill Uhl, Sr. 5 Edwin Young Edwin Young Roose. Chapman Johnny Davis Chuck Grigsby

Opponent Villanova Arizona St NIT Butler Miami/Ohio NE Louisiana Geo Washington Youngstown St Notre Dame Southern Miss

Pct .785 .613 .789 .800 .766 .612 .631 .653 .802 .758

Pct .843 .763 .590 .657 .640

Date Att Jan 30, 1953 21 Mar 13, 1951 21 Feb 22, 1990 20 Dec 9, 1953 19 Dec 18, 1997 18 Feb 14, 1998 18 Dec 12, 1983 18 Feb 25, 1976 18 Jan 1, 1952 18

Best Free Throw Accuracy, Career 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(min. 150 ftm) Seasons Donald Smith 1971-74 Damon Goodwin 1982-86 Brian Roberts 2004-08 Bobby Joe Hooper 1965-68 Jack Zimmerman 1976-80 Edwin Young 1996-99 Jim Paxson 1975-79 Keith Waleskowski 2000-04 Coby Turner 1995-99 Roosevelt Chapman 1980-84

FT Att 281 317 257 299 365 430 223 267 182 229 220 279 321 409 446 571 160 206 575 742

(min. 60 ftm) Season Damon Goodwin Sr 1985-86 Donald Smith Jr 1972-73 Brian Roberts Jr 2006-07 Damon Goodwin So 1983-84 Chuck Izor Sr 1963-64 Donald Smith Sr 1973-74 Bobby Joe Hooper Sr 1967-68 Donald Smith So 1971-72 Brian Roberts Sr 2007-08 Keith Waleskowski Fr 2000-01 Bobby Joe Hooper So 1965-66 Mike Kanieski So 1979-80

FT Att 95 102 111 122 133 148 69 77 95 107 71 80 77 89 99 115 111 129 129 153 64 76 64 76

(min. 50 ftm) Season Fred Eckert 1975-76 Noland Robinson 1986-87 Tony Stanley 1997-98 Keith Waleskowski 2000-01 Brooks Hall 1999-00

FT Att 53 60 58 68 57 67 129 153 51 61

Best Free Throw Accuracy, Game

Most Free Throws Attempted, Game

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11

1 2 3 4 5

Most Free Throws Attempted, Freshman Only

Best Free Throw Accuracy, Season

Damon Goodwin missed just seven of 102 free throws during his senior season of 1985-86 to set a UD record for single-season percentage at .931.

Best Free Throw Accuracy, Freshman Only

Pct .775 .644 .769 .727 .635 .765 .746 .661 .731 .781

Pct .886 .860 .848 .835 .795 .789 .785 .781 .777 .775

Pct .931 .910 .899 .896 .888 .888 .865 .861 .860 .843 .842 .842

1

(min. 10 ftm) Opponent Edwin Young NE Louisiana Henry Finkel Canisius George Janky Notre Dame Darnell Hoskins Virginia Tech John Horan Xavier Brian Roberts Loyola (Md.)

Date Dec 18, 1997 Dec 18, 1965 Feb 28, 1970 Feb 15, 1997 Jan 30, 1955 Dec 22, 2007

Yearly Percentage Leaders

1949-50 Don Meineke 1950-51 Don Meineke 1951-52 Don Meineke 1952-53 Jack Sallee 1953-54 John Horan 1954-55 John Horan 1955-56 James Paxson 1956-57 Bucky Bockhorn 1957-58 Terry Bockhorn 1958-59 Frank Case 1959-60 Stan Greenberg 1960-61 Tom Hatton 1961-62 Bill Chmielewski 1962-63 Harold Schoen 1963-64 Chuck Izor 1964-65 Bill Cassidy 1965-66 Bobby Joe Hooper 1966-67 Don May 1967-68 Bobby Joe Hooper 1968-69 Dan Sadlier 1969-70 Tom Crosswhite 1970-71 Tom Crosswhite 1971-72 Donald Smith 1972-73 Donald Smith 1973-74 Donald Smith 1974-75 Johnny Davis 1975-76 Johnny Davis 1976-77 Jim Paxson 1977-78 Jim Paxson 1978-79 Jim Paxson 1979-80 Mike Kanieski 1980-81 Mike Kanieski 1981-82 Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84 Damon Goodwin 1984-85 Sedric Toney 1985-86 Damon Goodwin 1986-87 Anthony Grant 1987-88 Negele Knight 1988-89 Negele Knight 1989-90 Negele Knight 1990-91 Alex Robertson 1991-92 Chip Hare 1992-93 Chip Hare 1993-94 Alex Robertson 1994-95 Andy Meyer 1995-96 Ryan Perryman 1996-97 Darnell Hoskins 1997-98 Edwin Young 1998-99 Edwin Young 1999-00 Brooks Hall 2000-01 Keith Waleskowski 2001-02 Keith Waleskowski 2002-03 Keith Waleskowski 2003-04 Ramod Marshall 2004-05 Mark Jones 2005-06 Monty Scott 2006-07 Brian Roberts 2007-08 Brian Roberts 2008-09 Chris Johnson

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

Pct .883 .853 .851 .843 .836

Pct (FT/Att) 1.00 (18/18) 1.00 (15/15) 1.00 (13/13) 1.00 (13/13) 1.00 (12/12) 1.00 (12/12)

FT Att 122 167 180 235 194 246 152 206 127 182 174 217 139 175 88 128 82 128 93 134 72 103 72 93 74 110 60 76 95 107 74 96 64 76 173 213 77 89 104 141 72 86 86 112 99 115 111 122 71 80 125 158 154 193 69 87 89 115 108 134 64 76 85 111 153 202 159 194 69 77 90 115 95 102 73 112 97 136 100 136 192 240 65 92 62 80 101 137 71 99 60 82 110 180 85 105 105 131 68 83 51 61 129 153 75 96 120 154 104 140 48 61 35 44 133 148 111 129 61 79

Pct .731 .766 .789 .738 .698 .802 .794 .688 .641 .694 .699 .774 .673 .789 .888 .771 .842 .812 .865 .738 .837 .768 .861 .910 .888 .791 .798 .793 .774 .806 .842 .766 .757 .820 .896 .783 .931 .652 .713 .735 .800 .707 .775 .737 .717 .732 .611 .810 .802 .819 .836 .843 .781 .779 .743 .787 .795 .899 .860 .772

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INDIVIDUAL ASSIST MARKS Most Assists, Career 1 Negele Knight 2 David Morris 3 Jack Zimmerman 4 Jim Paxson 5 Kevin Conrad 6 Derrick Dukes 7 Ramod Marshall 8 Larry Schellenberg 9 Edwin Young 10 Ray Springer 11 Dan Christie 12 Brian Roberts 13 Roosevelt Chapman 14 Warren Williams 15 Johnny Davis

Seasons G Asts Avg 1985-90 122 663 5.43 1998-02 125 562 4.50 1976-80 111 552 4.97 1975-79 108 515 4.77 1979-83 106 498 4.70 1990-94 116 497 4.28 2000-04 127 497 3.91 1981-85 112 465 4.15 1996-00 118 407 3.49 1987-90 91 382 4.20 1983-87 116 369 3.18 2004-08 125 349 3.00 1980-84 118 338 2.86 2002-06 122 331 2.71 1973-76 81 323 3.99

Most Assists, Season 1 Negele Knight 2 David Morris 3 Kevin Conrad 4 David Morris 5 Negele Knight 6 Ramod Marshall 7 Jack Zimmerman 8 Jim Paxson 9 Ray Springer 10 London Warren

Yr Season G Asts Avg Sr 1989-90 32 216 6.75 Sr 2001-02 32 192 6.00 So 1980-81 29 179 6.17 Jr 1998-01 34 174 5.11 Jr 1988-89 29 168 5.79 Sr 2003-04 32 165 5.16 Jr 1978-79 29 163 5.62 Jr 1977-78 29 160 5.52 So 1987-88 30 155 5.17 Jr 2008-09 35 154 4.40

Most Assists, Freshman Only 1 Negele Knight 2 Derrick Dukes 3 Jack Zimmerman 4 Johnny Davis 5 Jim Paxson

Season G Asts Avg 1985-86 30 128 4.27 1990-91 29 126 4.34 1976-77 26 120 4.62 1973-74 29 118 4.07 1975-76 27 99 3.67

Most Assists, Game 1 Negele Knight 2 Ray Springer Kevin Conrad Kevin Conrad Kevin Conrad 6 Derrick Dukes Larry Schellenberg Jim Paxson 9 Ray Springer Larry Schellenberg Larry Schellenberg Kevin Conrad London Warren

Opponent Xavier Xavier Otterbein Xavier Alcorn State Southern Cincinnati Cal Poly Pomona Rollins Maryland Temple Florida State Duquesne

Date Asts Mar 10, 1990 15 Feb 4, 1989 14 Nov 27, 1982 14 Feb 22, 1981 14 Feb 7, 1981 14 Dec 15, 1990 13 Jan 12, 1985 13 Dec 11, 1978 13 Dec 16, 1987 12 Feb 13, 1984 12 Jan 17, 1984 12 Dec 30, 1981 12 Mar 13, 2009 12

Best Assist-to-Turnover Ratio, Career 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(min 200 ast) Seasons Ast Larry Schellenberg 1981-85 465 Jack Zimmerman 1976-80 552 David Morris 1998-02 562 Ray Springer 1987-90 382 Negele Knight 1985-90 663 Dan Christie 1983-87 369 Jim Paxson 1975-79 515 Kevin Conrad 1979-83 498 Damon Goodwin 1982-86 251 Edwin Young 1996-00 407

TO Ratio 197 2.36 258 2.14 273 2.06 198 1.93 348 1.91 195 1.89 295 1.75 302 1.65 154 1.63 154 1.60

Negele Knight established marks for most assists in a career, season and game during his magical senior year of 1989-90. That year he led the Flyers to a late season 11-game win streak before the Flyers fell to Arkansas in the NCAA Tournament’s Second Round.

Best Assist-to-Turnover Ratio, Season 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10

(min 75 ast) Yr Season Ast Larry Schellenberg Sr 1984-85 152 David Morris Sr 2001-02 192 Larry Schellenberg Jr 1983-84 142 Ramod Marshall Jr 2002-03 144 Jack Zimmerman Sr 1979-80 133 London Warren Jr 2008-09 154 Jack Zimmerman Jr 1978-79 163 Dan Christie Jr 1985-86 94 Jack Zimmerman Fr 1976-77 120 Negele Knight Sr 1989-90 216

Best Assist-to-Turnover Ratio, Freshman Only 1 2 3 4 5

(min 60 ast) Seasons Ast Jack Zimmerman 1976-77 120 Larry Schellenberg 1981-82 68 Negele Knight 1985-86 128 David Morris 1998-99 87 Derrick Dukes 1990-91 126

TO Ratio 54 2.22 37 1.84 76 1.68 55 1.58 82 1.54

Highest Assist Average, Career 1 Negele Knight 2 Jack Zimmerman 3 Jim Paxson 4 Kevin Conrad 5 David Morris 6 Derrick Dukes 7 Ray Springer 8 Larry Schellenberg 9 Johnny Davis 10 Ramod Marshall

Seasons G Asts Avg 1985-90 122 663 5.43 1976-80 111 552 4.97 1975-79 108 515 4.77 1979-83 106 498 4.70 1998-02 125 562 4.50 1990-94 116 497 4.28 1987-90 91 382 4.20 1981-85 112 465 4.15 1973-76 81 323 3.99 2000-04 127 497 3.91

Highest Assist Average, Season 1 Negele Knight 2 Kevin Conrad 3 Kevin Conrad 4 David Morris 5 Negele Knight 6 Jim Paxson 7 Jack Zimmerman 8 Jim Paxson 9 Dan Christie 10 Larry Schellenberg

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TO Ratio 50 3.04 65 2.95 53 2.68 57 2.57 57 2.33 66 2.33 71 2.30 42 2.24 54 2.22 99 2.18

Yr Season G Asts Avg Sr 1989-90 32 216 6.75 Jr 1981-82 23 145 6.30 So 1980-81 29 179 6.17 Sr 1901-02 32 192 6.00 Jr 1988-89 29 168 5.79 Sr 1978-79 25 142 5.68 Jr 1978-79 29 163 5.62 Jr 1977-78 29 160 5.52 Sr 1986-87 27 144 5.33 Sr 1984-85 29 152 5.24

Highest Assist Average, Freshman Only 1 Jack Zimmerman 2 Derrick Dukes 3 Negele Knight 4 Johnny Davis 5 Jim Paxson

Season G Asts Avg 1976-77 26 120 4.62 1990-91 29 126 4.34 1985-86 30 128 4.27 1973-74 29 118 4.07 1975-76 27 99 3.67

Yearly Leaders

1973-74 Johnny Davis 1974-75 Johnny Davis 1975-76 Johnny Davis 1976-77 Jack Zimmerman 1977-78 Jim Paxson 1978-79 Jim Paxson 1979-80 Jack Zimmerman 1980-81 Kevin Conrad 1981-82 Kevin Conrad 1982-83 Kevin Conrad 1983-84 Larry Schellenberg 1984-85 Larry Schellenberg 1985-86 Negele Knight 1986-87 Dan Christie 1987-88 Ray Springer 1988-89 Negele Knight 1989-90 Negele Knight 1990-91 Derrick Dukes 1991-92 Derrick Dukes 1992-93 Derrick Dukes 1993-94 Derrick Dukes 1994-95 Jeffrey Brookins 1995-96 Jeffrey Brookins 1996-97 Darnell Hoskins 1997-98 Edwin Young 1998-99 Edwin Young 1999-00 Edwin Young 2000-01 David Morris 2001-02 David Morris 2002-03 Ramod Marshall 2003-04 Ramod Marshall 2004-05 Warren Williams 2005-06 Warren Williams 2006-07 Brian Roberts 2007-08 Brian Roberts 2008-09 London Warren

Yr G Asts Avg Fr 29 118 4.07 So 26 102 3.92 Jr 26 103 3.96 Fr 26 120 4.62 Jr 29 160 5.52 Sr 25 142 5.68 Sr 27 133 4.93 So 29 179 6.17 Jr 23 145 6.30 Sr 28 142 5.07 Jr 32 142 4.44 Sr 29 152 5.24 Fr 30 128 4.27 Sr 27 144 5.33 So 30 155 5.17 Jr 29 168 5.79 Sr 32 216 6.75 Fr 29 126 4.34 So 30 120 4.00 Jr 30 122 4.07 Sr 27 129 4.78 Jr 27 81 3.00 Sr 29 105 3.62 Sr 23 109 4.74 So 32 132 4.13 Jr 28 122 4.36 Sr 31 109 3.51 Jr 34 174 5.11 Sr 32 192 6.00 Jr 30 144 4.80 Sr 32 165 5.16 Jr 29 98 3.38 Sr 31 135 4.35 Jr 31 83 2.68 Sr 34 117 3.68 Jr 35 154 4.40


INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDING MARKS Most Rebounds, Game (Since 1972) 1 2 4

Opponent Date Reb Ryan Perryman Long Island NIT Mar 11, 1998 23 Erv Giddings Fairfield NIT Mar 10, 1978 22 Erv Giddings E. Kentucky Dec 9, 1975 22 Joe Fisher Old Dominion Nov 30, 1974 20 Ryan Perryman Duquesne Feb 25, 1998 20

In 1972, the NCAA made a rule change which instituted the “bonus” free throws. Before then, foul shots were attempted on every foul, thus increasing the number of rebounding chances.

Most Rebounds, Freshman Game

Jim Palmer averaged 12.5 rebounds his senior season and 9.3 for his career. He finished his career third in rebounding average and total rebounds.

Most Rebounds, Career 1 John Horan 2 Don May 3 Bill Uhl 4 Ryan Perryman 5 Henry Finkel 6 Keith Waleskowski 7 Garry Roggenburk 8 Roosevelt Chapman 9 Erv Giddings 10 Mike Kanieski 11 Anthony Corbitt 12 George Jackson 13 Allen Elijah 14 Bucky Bockhorn 15 Jim Palmer

Seasons G Rebs Avg 1951-55 120 1341 11.2 1965-68 90 1301 14.5 1953-56 88 1289 14.6 1994-98 116 1156 10.0 1963-66 83 1106 13.3 2000-04 129 1092 8.5 1959-62 87 1027 11.8 1980-84 118 956 8.1 1974-78 102 935 9.2 1978-82 115 833 7.2 1986-90 120 814 6.8 1969-71 54 782 14.5 1972-75 80 722 9.0 1955-58 85 708 8.3 1954-57 76 703 9.3

Most Rebounds, SEASON

Yr Season G Rebs Avg 1 Don May Jr 1966-67 31 519 16.7 2 Bill Uhl So 1953-54 32 491 15.3 3 Don May Sr 1967-68 30 451 15.0 4 John Horan Jr 1953-54 32 433 13.5 5 Henry Finkel Jr 1964-65 29 431 14.9 6 Ryan Perryman Sr 1997-98 33 412 12.5 7 Bill Uhl Jr 1954-55 29 400 13.8 8 Bill Uhl Sr 1955-56 27 398 14.7 9 George Jackson Jr 1969-70 27 391 14.5 George Jackson Sr 1970-71 27 391 14.5

Most Rebounds, Freshman Only 1 Keith Waleskowski 2 Mike Kanieski 3 John Horan 4 Ryan Perryman 5 Chip Hare 6 Brooks Hall 7 Roosevelt Chapman 8 Tony Wells 9 Mark Ashman 10 Anthony Corbitt

Season G Rebs Avg 2001-02 34 261 7.7 1978-79 29 252 8.7 1951-52 31 221 7.1 1994-95 27 207 7.7 1991-92 30 199 6.6 1999-00 31 179 5.8 1980-81 29 169 5.8 1975-76 27 149 5.5 1996-97 27 138 5.1 1986-87 28 134 4.8

Most Rebounds, Game 1 2 3 6 7 10

Opponent Date Reb Garry Roggenburk Miami/Ohio Dec 9, 1959 32 Al Sicking E. Kentucky Jan 19, 1957 30 Don May St. Louis Jan 11, 1968 28 Don May N. Michigan Dec 2, 1967 28 Henry Finkel Chattanooga Jan 20, 1965 28 Don May St. Louis Dec 3, 1966 27 Don May Tampa Dec 15, 1966 26 Henry Finkel Memphis Feb 15, 1964 26 Bill Uhl Iona Jan 7, 1956 26 Six Tied 25

1 2 5

Terry Ross Ryan Perryman Ryan Perryman Tony Wells Ryan Perryman Ryan Perryman Roos. Chapman Mike Kanieski Mike Kanieski

Opponent Loyola/Ill. UAB Howard Chattanooga UAB Wis.-Milwaukee Xavier Baldwin-Wallace Loyola/Ill.

Date Reb Feb 1, 1975 16 Mar 2, 1995 15 Nov 26, 1994 15 Feb 7, 1976 15 Jan 12, 1995 14 Dec 27, 1994 14 Feb 21, 1981 14 Dec 16, 1978 14 Mar 3, 1979 14

Most Offensive Rebounds, Career 1 Ryan Perryman 2 Keith Waleskowski 3 Anthony Corbitt 4 Sean Finn 5 Mark Ashman 6 Yuanta Holland 7 Charles Little 8 Norman Plummer 9 Brooks Hall 10 Chip Hare

Seasons G OReb Avg 1994-98 116 469 4.04 2000-04 129 371 3.23 1986-90 120 314 2.62 2000-04 123 273 2.22 1996-99 119 269 2.43 1998-02 125 265 2.12 2005-09 127 222 1.75 2004-07 88 221 2.51 1999-03 123 209 1.70 1991-95 112 205 1.83

Most Offensive Rebounds, Season 1 Ryan Perryman 2 Ryan Perryman 3 Ryan Perryman Sean Finn 5 Anthony Corbitt Keith Waleskowski Chris Wright 8 Norman Plummer Keith Waleskowski 10 Mark Ashman

Yr Season G OReb Avg Sr 1997-98 33 166 5.03 Jr 1996-97 27 114 4.22 So 1995-96 29 107 3.69 Sr 2003-04 33 107 3.24 Sr 1989-90 32 94 2.94 Fr 2000-01 34 94 2.76 So 2008-09 35 94 2.69 So 2005-06 31 92 2.97 Sr 2003-04 33 92 2.79 Sr 1999-00 31 91 2.94

Most Offensive Rebounds, Freshmen Only 1 Ryan Perryman 2 Chris Johnson 3 Brooks Hall 4 Norman Plummer 5 Chip Hare 5 Anthony Corbitt

Season G OReb Avg 1994-95 27 82 3.04 2008-09 34 72 2.12 1999-00 31 66 2.13 2004-05 29 65 2.24 1991-92 30 64 2.13 1986-87 28 60 2.14

Highest Rebounding Average, Career 1 Bill Uhl 2 George Jackson Don May 4 Henry Finkel 5 Garry Roggenburk 6 John Horan 7 Ryan Perryman 8 Jim Palmer 9 Erv Giddings 10 Allen Elijah

Seasons G Rebs Avg 1953-56 88 1289 14.6 1969-71 54 782 14.5 1965-68 90 1301 14.5 1963-66 83 1106 13.3 1959-62 87 1027 11.8 1951-55 120 1341 11.2 1994-98 116 1156 10.0 1954-57 76 703 9.3 1974-78 102 935 9.2 1972-75 80 722 9.0

Highest Rebounding Average, Season 1 Don May 2 Bill Uhl 3 Don May 4 Henry Finkel 5 Bill Uhl 6 George Jackson George Jackson 8 Bill Uhl Garry Roggenburk 10 John Horan

Yr Season G Rebs Avg Jr 1966-67 31 519 16.7 So 1953-54 32 491 15.3 Sr 1967-68 30 451 15.0 Jr 1964-65 29 431 14.9 Sr 1955-56 27 398 14.7 Jr 1969-70 27 391 14.5 Sr 1970-71 27 391 14.5 Jr 1954-55 29 400 13.8 So 1959-60 28 385 13.8 Jr 1953-54 32 433 13.5

Highest Rebounding Average, Freshman Only 1 Mike Kanieski 2 Ryan Perryman 3 Keith Waleskowski 4 John Horan 5 Chip Hare

Season G Rebs Avg 1978-79 29 252 8.7 1994-95 27 207 7.7 2000-01 34 261 7.7 1951-52 31 221 7.1 1991-92 30 199 6.6

Yearly Leaders 1950-51 Don Meineke 1951-52 --- 1952-53 John Horan 1953-54 Bill Uhl 1954-55 Bill Uhl 1955-56 Bill Uhl 1956-57 Jim Palmer 1957-58 Bucky Bockhorn 1958-59 Joe Kennelly 1959-60 Garry Roggenburk 1960-61 Garry Roggenburk 1961-62 Bill Chmielewski 1962-63 Bill Westerkamp 1963-64 Henry Finkel 1964-65 Henry Finkel 1965-66 Henry Finkel 1966-67 Don May 1967-68 Don May 1968-69 Dan Sadlier 1969-70 George Jackson 1970-71 George Jackson 1971-72 John Bitter 1972-73 John Von Lehman 1973-74 Allen Elijah 1974-75 Allen Elijah 1975-76 Erv Giddings 1976-77 Erv Giddings 1977-78 Erv Giddings 1978-79 Mike Kanieski 1979-80 Richard Montague 1980-81 Mike Kanieski 1981-82 Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84 Roosevelt Chapman 1984-85 Dave Colbert 1985-86 Dave Colbert 1986-87 Anthony Grant 1987-88 Anthony Corbitt 1988-89 Anthony Corbitt 1989-90 Anthony Corbitt 1990-91 Makor Shayok 1991-92 Chip Hare 1992-93 Chip Hare 1993-94 Alex Robertson 1994-95 Ryan Perryman 1995-96 Ryan Perryman 1996-97 Ryan Perryman 1997-98 Ryan Perryman 1998-99 Mark Ashman 1999-00 Mark Ashman 2000-01 Keith Waleskowski 2001-02 Keith Waleskowski 2002-03 Keith Waleskowski 2003-04 Keith Waleskowski 2004-05 Monty Scott 2005-06 Norman Plummer 2006-07 Charles Little 2007-08 Marcus Johnson 2008-09 Chris Wright

Yr G Reb Avg Jr 32 362 11.3 --- --- --- --So 29 316 10.9 So 32 491 15.3 Jr 29 400 13.8 Sr 27 398 14.7 Sr 28 349 12.5 Sr 29 359 12.4 Jr 26 304 11.7 So 28 385 13.8 Jr 29 362 12.5 So 30 341 11.4 Sr 25 224 9.0 So 25 325 13.0 Jr 29 431 14.9 Sr 29 350 12.1 Jr 31 519 16.7 Sr 30 451 15.0 Sr 27 250 9.3 Jr 27 391 14.5 Sr 27 391 14.5 Jr 26 248 9.5 Jr 21 154 7.3 Jr 29 290 10.0 Sr 26 251 9.7 So 27 295 10.9 Jr 27 294 10.9 Sr 29 285 9.8 Fr 29 252 8.7 Jr 26 193 8.4 Jr 29 231 8.0 So 30 239 8.0 Jr 27 258 9.6 Sr 32 290 9.1 Jr 29 224 7.7 Sr 30 246 8.2 Sr 28 169 6.0 So 31 213 6.9 Jr 29 202 7.0 Sr 32 265 8.3 Jr 29 182 6.3 Fr 30 199 6.6 So 30 190 6.3 Sr 27 158 5.9 Fr 27 207 7.7 So 29 271 9.3 Jr 27 266 9.9 Sr 33 412 12.5 Jr 28 161 5.8 Sr 31 199 5.8 Fr 34 262 7.7 So 32 257 8.0 Jr 30 247 8.2 Sr 33 327 9.9 So 29 134 4.6 So 31 201 6.5 So 31 160 5.2 So 34 174 5.1 So 35 232 6.6

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INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE MARKS Most Blocked Shots, Career 1 Sean Finn 2 Roosevelt Chapman 3 Erv Giddings 4 Mark Ashman 5 Anthony Corbitt 6 Ed Young 7 Wes Coffee 8 Keith Walekowski 9 Mike Kanieski 10 Dave Colbert

Seasons 2000-04 1980-84 1974-78 1996-00 1986-90 1982-87 1988-92 2000-04 1978-82 1984-86

G 123 118 102 119 120 107 108 129 115 59

Blks 139 124 116 96 82 78 77 70 64 62

Avg 1.13 1.05 1.14 0.81 0.68 0.73 0.71 0.54 0.56 1.05

Most Blocked Shots, Season Yr Season G Blks Avg 1 Sean Finn So 2001-02 2 Erv Giddings Sr 1977-78 3 Sean Finn Jr 2002-03 Chris Wright So 2008-09 5 Roosevelt Chapman Sr 1983-84 6 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 1982-83 7 Sean Finn Sr 2003-04 8 Erv Giddings So 1975-76 9 Mark Ashman Fr 1996-97 Tony Wells So 1976-77 Dave Colbert Jr 1984-85

32 29 30 35 32 27 33 27 27 27 29

1 Mark Ashman 2 Mike Kanieski 3 Ed Young 4 Wes Coffee Jim Rhoden Keith Waleskowski

G 27 29 26 23 23 34

Most Blocked Shots, Freshman Only Season 1996-97 1978-79 1982-83 1988-89 1977-78 2000-01

46 45 44 44 41 40 39 37 33 33 33

1.44 1.55 1.47 1.26 1.28 1.48 1.18 1.37 1.22 1.22 1.14

Blks 33 25 22 21 21 21

Avg 1.22 0.86 0.85 0.91 0.91 0.62

Most Blocked Shots, Game 1 George Morrison Erv Giddings Sean Finn 4 Sean Finn Keith Waleskowski 6 Anthony Corbitt Kurt Huelsman Keith Waleskowski Monty Scott

Opponent Date Blks Iona Dec 22, 1981 6 Youngstown St. Jan 10, 1977 6 St. Joseph’s A10 Mar 7, 2002 6 Delaware St. Nov 24, 2002 5 Detroit NIT Mar 13, 2002 5 Twice 4 Twice 4 Once 4 Once 4

Highest Blocked Shot Average, Career 1 Erv Giddings 2 Sean Finn 3 Roosevelt Chapman Dave Colbert 5 Tony Wells 6 Mark Ashman 7 Ed Young 8 Wes Coffee 9 Anthony Corbitt 10 Mike Kanieski

Seasons G 1974-78 102 2000-04 123 1980-84 118 1984-86 59 1975-77 54 1996-00 119 1982-87 107 1988-92 108 1986-90 120 1978-82 115

Blks Avg 116 1.14 139 1.13 124 1.05 62 1.05 48 0.89 96 0.81 78 0.73 77 0.71 82 0.68 64 0.56

Highest Blocked Shot Average, Season Yr Season G 1 Erv Giddings Sr 1977-78 29 2 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 1982-83 27 3 Sean Finn So 2001-02 32 4 Sean Finn So 2001-02 32 5 Chris Daniels Sr 1995-96 20 6 Erv Giddings So 1975-76 27 7 Roosevelt Chapman Sr 1983-84 32 8 Mark Ashman Fr 1996-97 27 Tony Wells So 1976-77 27 10 Sean Finn Sr 2003-04 33

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Blks Avg 45 1.55 40 1.48 46 1.44 46 1.44 28 1.40 37 1.37 41 1.28 33 1.22 33 1.22 39 1.18

Highest Blocked Shot Average, Freshman Only 1 Mark Ashman 2 Chris Wright 3 Wes Coffee Jim Rhoden 5 Mike Kanieski 6 Ed Young

Season G 1996-97 27 2007-08 15 1988-89 23 1977-78 23 1978-79 29 1982-83 26

Blks Avg 33 1.22 14 0.93 21 0.91 21 0.91 25 0.86 22 0.85

Yearly Leaders

Yr G Blks Avg 1974-75 Allen Elijah Sr 26 22 0.85 1975-76 Erv Giddings So 27 37 1.37 1976-77 Tony Wells So 27 33 1.22 1977-78 Erv Giddings Sr 29 45 1.55 1978-79 Mike Kanieski Fr 29 25 0.86 1979-80 Jim Rhoden So 19 20 1.05 1980-81 Richard Montague Sr 29 32 1.10 1981-82 Roosevelt Chapman So 30 28 0.93 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 27 40 1.48 1983-84 Roosevelt Chapman Sr 32 41 1.28 1984-85 Dave Colbert Jr 29 33 1.14 1985-86 Dave Colbert Sr 30 29 0.97 1986-87 Ed Young Sr 19 14 0.74 1987-88 Steve Pittman Jr 29 29 1.00 1988-89 Anthony Corbitt Jr 29 29 1.00 1989-90 Bill Uhl Sr 30 23 0.77 1990-91 Wes Coffee Jr 29 25 0.86 1991-92 Wes Coffee Sr 29 16 0.55 1992-93 Marco Pikaar Fr 28 16 0.57 1993-94 Chris Daniels So 27 10 0.37 1994-95 Chris Daniels Jr 26 11 0.42 1995-96 Chris Daniels Sr 20 28 1.40 1996-97 Mark Ashman Fr 27 33 1.22 1997-98 Mark Ashman So 33 24 0.73 1998-99 Mark Ashman Jr 28 25 0.89 1999-00 Yuanta Holland Jr 31 20 0.65 2000-01 Keith Waleskowski Fr 34 21 0.62 2001-02 Sean Finn So 32 46 1.44 2002-03 Sean Finn Jr 30 44 1.47 2003-04 Sean Finn Sr 33 39 1.18 2004-05 Chris Alvarez Fr 29 17 0.59 2005-06 Chris Alvarez So 31 19 0.61 2006-07 Monty Scott Sr 25 21 0.84 2007-08 Thiago Cordeiro Jr 27 16 0.59 2008-09 Chris Wright So 35 44 1.26

Most Steals, Career

Seasons G Stls Avg 1 Alex Robertson 1989-94 117 276 2.36 2 Tony Stanley 1997-01 125 174 1.39 3 Jim Paxson 1975-79 108 168 1.56 4 Derrick Dukes 1990-94 116 166 1.43 5 Negele Knight 1985-90 122 162 1.33 6 Roosevelt Chapman 1980-84 118 159 1.35 7 David Morris 1998-02 125 155 1.24 8 Jack Zimmerman 1976-80 111 134 1.21 Edwin Young 1996-00 118 134 1.14 10 London Warren 2006- 100 129 1.29

Most Steals, Season

Yr Season G Stls Avg 1 Alex Robertson Jr 1991-92 30 84 2.80 2 Alex Robertson Sr 1993-94 27 78 2.89 3 Alex Robertson So 1990-91 29 72 2.48 4 London Warren Jr 2008-09 35 57 1.63 5 Negele Knight Sr 1989-90 32 54 1.69 6 Jim Paxson Sr 1978-79 25 53 2.12 7 Tony Stanley Jr 1999-00 31 52 1.68 8 Ray Springer Sr 1989-90 32 51 1.59 9 Dan Christie Sr 1986-87 27 50 1.85 Tony Stanley So 1998-99 27 50 1.85

Most Steals, Freshman Only 1 Derrick Dukes 2 Jack Zimmerman 3 Alex Robertson David Morris 5 Jim Paxson

Season G Stls Avg 1990-91 29 48 1.66 1976-77 26 36 1.38 1989-90 28 34 1.21 1998-99 28 34 1.21 1975-76 27 32 1.19

Most Steals, Game 1 Alex Robertson Alex Robertson Jack Zimmerman 3 Negele Knight Kevin Conrad

Opponent Miami/Ohio Notre Dame Seton Hall Miss. Valley La Salle

Date Stls Dec 30, 1993 9 Feb 25, 1992 9 Feb 10, 1977 9 Nov 30, 1988 7 Feb 12, 1983 7

Highest Steal Average, Career 1 Alex Robertson 2 Jim Paxson 3 Derrick Dukes 4 Tony Stanley 5 Roosevelt Chapman 6 Negele Knight 7 Ray Springer 8 David Morris 9 Edwin Young 10 Jack Zimmerman

Seasons G Stls Avg 1989-94 117 276 2.36 1975-79 108 168 1.56 1990-94 116 166 1.43 1997-00 125 174 1.39 1980-84 118 159 1.35 1985-90 122 162 1.33 1987-90 91 119 1.31 1998-02 125 155 1.24 1996-99 87 106 1.22 1976-80 111 134 1.21

Highest Steal Average, Career

Yr Season G Stls Avg 1 Alex Robertson Sr 1993-94 27 78 2.89 2 Alex Robertson Jr 1991-92 30 84 2.80 3 Alex Robertson So 1990-91 29 72 2.48 4 Jim Paxson Sr 1978-79 25 53 2.12 5 Dan Christie Sr 1986-87 27 50 1.85 Tony Stanley So 1998-99 27 50 1.85 7 Negele Knight Sr 1989-90 32 54 1.69 8 Derrick Dukes Fr 1990-91 29 48 1.66 9 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 1982-83 27 44 1.63 Chip Jones Jr 1990-91 27 44 1.63

Highest Steal Average, Freshman Only 1 Derrick Dukes 2 Jack Zimmerman 3 Alex Robertson David Morris 5 Jim Paxson 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Season G Stls Avg 1990-91 29 48 1.66 1976-77 26 36 1.38 1989-90 28 34 1.21 1998-99 28 34 1.21 1975-76 27 32 1.19

Yearly Leaders Johnny Davis Johnny Davis Jack Zimmerman Jim Paxson Jim Paxson Jack Zimmerman Kevin Conrad Roosevelt Chapman Roosevelt Chapman Roosevelt Chapman Dave Colbert Damon Goodwin Dan Christie Ray Springer Negele Knight Negele Knight Alex Robertson Alex Robertson Derrick Dukes Alex Robertson Ryan Perryman Jeffrey Brookins Darnell Hoskins Edwin Young Tony Stanley Tony Stanley Tony Stanley David Morris Brooks Hall Keith Waleskowski Marques Bennett Chris Alvarez London Warren London Warren London Warren

Yr G Stls Avg So 26 32 1.23 Jr 26 40 1.54 Fr 26 36 1.38 Jr 29 47 1.62 Sr 25 53 2.12 Sr 27 30 1.11 So 29 45 1.55 So 30 43 1.43 Jr 27 44 1.63 Sr 32 46 1.44 Jr 29 29 1.00 Sr 30 25 0.83 Sr 27 50 1.85 So 30 39 1.30 Jr 29 47 1.62 Sr 32 54 1.69 So 29 72 2.48 Jr 30 84 2.80 Jr 30 42 1.40 Sr 27 78 2.89 Fr 27 30 1.11 Sr 29 35 1.21 Sr 23 31 1.35 So 32 34 1.06 So 27 50 1.85 Jr 31 52 1.44 Sr 34 43 1.26 Sr 32 44 1.38 Sr 30 28 0.93 Sr 33 28 0.85 Jr 29 28 0.97 So 31 31 1.00 Fr 31 27 0.87 So 34 45 1.32 Jr 35 57 1.63


INDIVIDUAL SERVICE MARKS Most Games Played, Career 1 2 3 5 10

Nate Green Keith Waleskowski Ramod Marshall Charles Little Tony Stanley David Morris Yuanta Holland Brian Roberts Jimmy Binnie Mark Jones

Seasons G 1998-03 133 2000-04 129 2000-04 127 2005-09 127 1997-01 125 1998-02 125 1998-02 125 2004-08 125 2004-08 125 2001-05 124

Most CONCECUTIVE Games Played, CAREER 1 5 7

David Morris Yuanta Holland Brian Roberts Jimmy Binnie Mark Jones Anthony Corbitt Damon Goodwin Mark Ashman

Seasons G 1998-02 125 1998-02 125 2004-08 125 2004-08 125 2001-05 124 1986-90 120 1982-86 119 1987-00 119*

*Ashman had a UD-record 119 consecutive starts.

Most Games Played, Season 1 2

Yr Season G Kurt Huelsman Jr 2008-09 35 Marcus Johnson Jr 2008-09 35 Mickey Perry Jr 2008-09 35 London Warren Jr 2008-09 35 Chris Wright So 2008-09 35 12 Players Tied With 34

Most CONSECUTIVE Games Played, Season

Yr Seasons G 1 Kurt Huelsman Jr 2008-09 35 Marcus Johnson Jr 2008-09 35 Mickey Perry Jr 2008-09 35 London Warren Jr 2008-09 35 Chris Wright So 2008-09 35 2 12 Players Tied With 34

Most Minutes Played, Career 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Roosevelt Chapman Jim Paxson Negele Knight Ramod Marshall Jack Zimmerman Brian Roberts Tony Stanley Keith Waleskowski Mike Kanieski Anthony Corbitt

Seasons G 1980-84 118 1795-79 108 1985-90 122 2000-04 127 1976-80 111 2004-08 125 1997-01 125 2000-04 129 1978-82 115 1986-90 120

Most Minutes Played, Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Yr Season G Roosevelt Chapman Sr 1983-84 32 Brian Roberts Sr 2004-08 31 Negele Knight So 1987-88 31 Dave Colbert Sr 1985-86 30 Ed Young So 1983-84 32 Ramod Marshall Sr 2003-04 32 Mike Kanieski Sr 1981-82 30 Tony Stanley Sr 2000-01 34 Brian Roberts Jr 2006-07 31 Roosevelt Chapman So 1981-82 30

Min Avg 4189 35.5 4068 37.7 4066 33.3 3952 31.1 3924 35.4 3902 31.2 3871 30.9 3807 29.5 3799 33.0 3764 31.4

Min Avg 1205 37.7 1179 34.7 1169 37.7 1155 38.5 1133 35.4 1132 35.4 1113 37.1 1109 32.6 1103 35.6 1091 36.4

Most Minutes Played, Freshman Only 1 Jim Paxson 2 Mike Kanieski 3 Jack Zimmerman 4 Keith Walesowski 5 Tony Stanley 6 Roosevelt Chapman

Season G 1975-76 27 1978-79 29 1976-77 26 2000-01 24 1997-98 33 1980-81 29

Min Avg 1061 39.3 968 33.4 922 35.5 920 27.1 911 27.6 878 30.3

Dave Colbert, despite a nagging foot injury as a senior, averaged 37.7 minutes per game in his career, matching Jim Paxson, Jr.’s school record. Technically, Colbert leads Paxson...by three-quarters of a second. Colbert remains UD’s only player to play in just two seasons and reach 1,000 points.

Most Minutes Played, Game 1 Kevin Conrad Mike Kanieski 3 Mike Kanieski

Opponent Providence Providence Duquesne

Date Jan 28, 1982 Jan 28, 1982 Feb 20, 1981

Min 62 62 53

Most Minutes Per Game, Career 1 Dave Colbert Jim Paxson 3 Roosevelt Chapman 4 Jack Zimmerman 5 Ramod Marshall 6 Negele Knight 7 Mike Kanieski 8 Ed Young 9 Anthony Corbitt 10 Brian Roberts

Seasons G 1984-86 59 1975-79 108 1980-84 118 1976-80 111 2000-04 127 1985-90 122 1978-82 115 1982-87 107 1986-90 120 2004-08 125

Most Minutes Per Game, Season 1 Jim Paxson 2 Johnny Davis 3 Johnny Davis Dave Colbert 5 Negele Knight Roosevelt Chapman 7 Roosevelt Chapman 8 Jack Zimmerman 9 Jim Paxson 10 Jim Paxson

Yr Season G Fr 1975-76 27 Jr 1975-76 26 So 1974-75 26 Sr 1985-86 30 So 1987-88 31 Sr 1983-84 32 Jr 1982-83 27 Sr 1979-80 27 So 1976-77 27 Sr 1978-79 25

Min Avg 2224 37.7 4068 37.7 4189 35.5 3924 35.4 3952 31.1 4066 33.3 3799 33.0 3384 31.6 3764 31.4 3902 31.2

Min Avg 1061 39.3 1007 38.7 1002 38.5 1155 38.5 1169 37.7 1205 37.7 1015 37.6 1013 37.5 1012 37.5 929 37.2

Most Minutes Per Game, Freshman Only 1 2 3 4 5

Jim Paxson Jack Zimmerman Mike Kanieski Roosevelt Chapman Ed Young

Season G 1975-76 27 1976-77 26 1978-79 29 1980-81 29 1982-83 26

Min Avg 1061 39.3 922 35.5 968 33.4 878 30.3 783 30.1

Sizing The Flyers, Tallest 1 Wes Coffee Bill Uhl Sean Finn 3 James Cripe Jeff Tressler Joe Coladarci Henry Finkel 6 Kurt Huelsman Mike Harmon Mark Ashman Matt Cooper Marco Pikaar Chip Hare Chris Daniels Mike Kanieski George Morrison Fred Eckert Steve Lawrence Dan Obrovac Bill Chmielewski Devin Searcy Bill Westerkamp

Sizing The Flyers, Shortest 1 2 3 4 6

Keith Braswell Marlo Termini Robert Flynn Bernie Otten Robert Wolfe Chad Vorhis Gene Joseph Robert Davis Bob Klotz Donald Norris William Knisley

Seasons Ht 1988-92 7-00 1953-56 7-00 2000-04 7-00 2003-06 6-11 1983-86 6-11 1971-72 6-11 1963-66 6-11 2006- 6-10 1997-98 6-10 1996-00 6-10 1996-00 6-10 1992-96 6-10 1991-95 6-10 1991-96 6-10 1978-82 6-10 1978-82 6-10 1975-76 6-10 1970-73 6-10 1966-69 6-10 1961-62 6-10 2007- 6-10 1960-63 6-10

Seasons Ht 1994-95 5-00 1947-48 5-02 1947-51 5-07 1946-47 5-08 1945-48 5-08 1997-98 5-09 1948-52 5-09 1948-49 5-09 1946-47 5-09 1946-47 5-09 1940-46 5-09

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MODERN ERA UD STATS Year Coach W L G

FG Att

1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59

794 827 923 747 837 800 851 732 747 643

Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn

The Fifties

1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69

Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher

The Sixties

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher

The Seventies

1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher

The Eighties

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

Jim O’Brien Jim O’Brien Jim O’Brien Jim O’Brien Jim O’Brien Oliver Purnell Oliver Purnell Oliver Purnell Oliver Purnell Oliver Purnell

The Nineties

1999-00 Oliver Purnell 2000-01 Oliver Purnell 2001-02 Oliver Purnell 2002-03 Oliver Purnell 2003-04 Brian Gregory 2004-05 Brian Gregory 2005-06 Brian Gregory 2006-07 Brian Gregory 2007-08 Brian Gregory 2008-09 Brian Gregory UD Totals Since 1949-50

Under Blackburn (15 seasons) Under Donoher (25 seasons ) Under O’Brien (5 seasons) Under Purnell (9 seasons) Under Gregory (6 seasons)

142

24 27 28 16 25 25 25 19 25 14 228

21 20 24 16 15 22 23 25 21 20 207

19 18 13 13 20 10 14 16 19 19

8 5 5 13 7 4 4 9 4 12

32 32 33 29 32 29 29 28 29 26

71 299

7 9 6 10 10 7 6 6 9 7

28 29 30 26 25 29 29 31 30 27

8 9 13 13 9 16 13 11 10 10

27 27 26 26 29 26 27 27 29 29

13 18 21 18 21 19 17 13 13 12

14 11 9 10 11 10 13 15 18 17

27 29 30 28 32 29 30 28 31 29

22 14 15 4 6 7 15 13 21 11

10 15 15 26 21 20 14 14 12 17

32 29 30 30 27 27 29 27 33 28

128 164 292

22 21 21 24 24 18 14 19 23 27

9 13 11 6 9 11 17 12 11 8

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1026 897 768 662 691 645 725 646 862 637

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1674 1718 1702 1474 1798 1525 1678 1562 1854 1772 2171 2063 1729 1665 1664 1591 1579 1504 1915 1611

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31 34 32 30 33 29 31 31 34 35

1102 659 1761

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767 843 867 726 890 768 821 723 908 841

165 128 293

437 712 148 271 193

3Pt Att Pct --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

818 809 718 834 918 787 804 850 877 922

161 112 273

Pct .372 .364 .381 .363 .383 .398 .407 .385 .399 .389

723 860 922 645 749 915 915 982 899 803

77 284

2137 2273 2422 2058 2183 2008 2090 1903 1873 1653

FG Att 11800 21005 4044 6638 4522

29491 44420 9292 15243 10344

.392 .352 .340 .332 .337 .320 .304 .340 .374 .326

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218 254 224 227 207 224 187 196 203 190

590 686 629 633 644 592 495 515 542 579

.369 .370 .356 .359 .321 .378 .378 .381 .375 .328

4265 12429 .343

Pct .400 .473 .435 .435 .437

3Pt Att — — 1190 1729 1207

FT Att Pct OR Reb Avg 438 559 588 634 759 671 568 561 437 441

.626 .662 .680 .654 .641 .662 .650 .616 .600 .626

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5656 8795 .643

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1418 1591 1568 1142 1225 1421 1452 1544 1406 1308

438 452 452 390 433 453 514 562 527 376

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.618 .628 .644 .658 .691 .715 .721 .705 .731 .653

4597 6792 .677

499 496 458 354 385 331 449 343 391 399

736 760 648 501 527 489 624 507 575 525

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4105 5892 .697

372 501 470 453 518 460 500 408 418 388

504 698 686 586 706 645 677 596 603 563

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4488 6264 .716

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774 660 599 423 518 612 712 625 843 622

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27722 40756 .680

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FT Att

— — — — 3395 .351 4956 .349 3367 .358

7821 12146 11025 15597 2004 2974 4307 6207 2339 3832

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PF Ast TO

Blk Stl

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50.6 54.9 52.3 43.9 49.0 49.0 50.1 49.8 46.9 48.4 49.7 50.2 45.2 43.1 41.9 41.4 41.0 38.5 39.8 39.0

498 455 500 502 515 476 537 525 590 594

--- 11718 42.9 5192

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- 330 346 334

1036 1138 1124 938 1056 914 1003 917 1039 979

38.4 39.2 37.5 33.5 33.0 31.5 33.4 32.8 33.5 33.8

537 626 597 500 610 525 539 516 515 522

--- 10144 34.6 5487

414 440 320 327 336 380 393 359 485 384

1212 1211 1042 946 961 990 1153 991 1300 1018

37.9 41.8 34.7 31.5 35.6 36.7 39.8 36.7 39.4 36.4

448 446 449 403 409 333 379 350 382 484

1153 1208 1278 1091 1266 976 1113 1032 1174 1328

8931 70136

37.2 35.5 39.9 36.4 38.4 33.7 35.9 33.3 34.5 37.9

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69 78 89 90 81 73 79 68 84 91

584 517 447 378 395 338 406 342 444 355

471 536 531 413 455 501 549 426 475 440

4206 4797

559 615 600 529 577 586 582 604 612 672

412 517 546 452 489 387 411 385 394 485

429 482 433 397 467 380 434 437 441 475

2135 2114 1894 2022 2221 1905 2057 2043 2145 2243

67.3 74.9 76.5 64.6 77.2 78.7 80.8 81.5 77.5 73.4 79.1 78.3 72.8 77.8 76.6 73.3 76.2 75.7 74.0 77.3

--- 20779 76.1

130 145 151 156 178 147 158 156 145 161

1906 2187 2204 1905 2298 1996 2142 1928 2311 2158

70.6 75.4 73.5 68.0 71.8 68.8 71.4 68.9 74.5 74.

802 1527 21035 71.8

84 67 66 51 35 51 89 70 69 81

282 279 232 128 184 132 131 133 183 203

2869 2474 2150 1844 1945 1800 2045 1903 2511 1900

89.7 85.3 71.7 61.5 72.0 66.7 70.5 70.5 76.1 67.9

663 1887 21441 73.4

70 85 106 88 94 56 87 90 88 124

215 206 185 159 150 170 154 145 167 227

2214 2418 2339 2182 2244 1877 1964 2075 2317 2339

71.4 71.1 73.1 72.7 68.0 64.7 63.4 66.9 68.1 66.8

39.8 32999 17122 16117 2769 5979 128109 72.7

Pct OR Reb Avg .644 .707 .674 .694 .610

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379 483 438 455 433 363 401 371 440 359

5051 4122

676 616 578 540 564 587 539 533 593 526

3838 10824 37.1 5752

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472 484 560 455 504 503 555 424 563 535

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