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2013-14 Men's Basketball


2013-14 MEN’S BASKETBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS Widener University................................................................... IFC Table of Contents / Quick Facts / Directions.................................1 Head Coach Chris Carideo............................................................2 Assistant Coaches............................................................................3 2013-14 Roster..............................................................................4 2013-14 Preview............................................................................5 The 2013-14 Pride................................................................... 6-10 Support / C. Alan Rowe Locker Room.........................................11 2012-13 Stats / Results........................................................... 12-13 Records / All-Time Coaches / History.................................... 14-16

Connor Dean

Dillon Fields

David Nicholson Directions to Widener • From Philadelphia: Take I-95 South to I-476 North and MacDade Boulevard. Turn west onto MacDade Boulevard and follow the Widener University sign. After three traffic lights, MacDade Boulevard becomes East 22nd Street. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Providence Avenue, Route 320 South, and follow the Widener University sign. Turn left onto East 14th Street into the main entrance. From Western and Northern PA: Follow the PA Turnpike to Exit 331A, I-476. Take I-476 South toward Chester to Exit 1. Turn west onto MacDade Blvd. and follow the Widener Univ. sign. After three traffic lights, MacDade Blvd. becomes East 22nd Street. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Providence Ave., Route 320 South, and follow the Widener Univ. sign. Turn left onto East 14th Street into the main entrance. From New York, Northern New Jersey and New England: Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 2. Proceed on Route 322 West across the Commodore Barry Bridge. Coming off the bridge, follow signs for I-95 North and Philadelphia. Take I-95 North to Exit 6 (Routes 320 & 352). At the first traffic light, turn left over bridge. Bear right at the fork on other side of bridge. Go to the first traffic light and turn right onto East 14th Street into the main entrance.

GENERAL INFORMATION Address...........................................................One University Place .......................................................................... Chester, PA 19013 Enrollment..................................................... 3,200 undergraduates Founded...................................................... 1821, Wilmington, DE Colors...........................................................Widener Blue & Gold Nickname............................................................................... Pride Affiliation.......................................................... NCAA Division III Conference................................. Middle Atlantic (Commonwealth) 2012-13 Records.......................6-19 (5-13 Commonwealth, T-9th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost...............................9/8 (Starters, 4/1) ADMINISTRATION President......................................................Dr. James T. Harris III Athletic Director............................................................ Jack Shafer Assistant A.D./Sr. Woman Admin........ Larissa Gillespie ‘98, M ‘00 Assistant Athletic Director....................................Chris Carideo ‘96 Athletic Trainer.................................. A.J. Duffy III, MS, ATC, PT Sports Information Director......................................Derek Crudele Office Phone............................................................. 610-499-4436 Fax............................................................................ 610-499-4481 Cell/Home Phone..................................................... 215-880-4377 E-Mail.........................................................dacrudele@widener.edu Web Address............................................. www.WidenerPride.com Facebook.....................................Facebook.com/WidenerUniversity Twitter................................................... Twitter.com/WidenerPride Sports Information Hotline................................. 610-499-4600 (2) COACHING STAFF Head Coach...............................................................Chris Carideo Alma Mater.................................................................. Widener ‘96 E-mail..........................................................cjcarideo@widener.edu Overall Record (Seasons).............................................197-128 (12) Record at School (Seasons)..............................................111-77 (7) Assistants..................................................Bill Leahy, JJ Rapczynski, ............................................ Frank Copestick, Bobby Edmunds ‘10 Phone........................................................................ 610-499-4454 From Delaware, Maryland and Washington, DC: Take I-95 North to Exit 6 (Routes 320 & 352). At first traffic light, turn left over bridge. Bear right at the fork on other side of bridge. Go to the first traffic light and turn right onto East 14th Street into the main entrance. From Southern New Jersey: Take the Atlantic City Expressway to I-295 South to the Commodore Barry Bridge. Follow signs for I-95 North and Philadelphia. Take I-95 North to Exit 6 (Routes 320 & 352). At the first traffic light, turn left over bridge. Bear right at the fork on other side of bridge. Go to the first traffic light and turn right onto East 14th Street into the main entrance. From Harrisburg: Follow I-76 East (exiting the Pennsylvania Turnpike at Valley Forge) to Exit 331A (I-476 South). Follow I-476 South to Exit 1 (MacDade Boulevard). Go right off the exit onto MacDade Boulevard West and follow the Widener University sign. After three traffic lights, MacDade Boulevard becomes East 22nd Street. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Providence Avenue, Route 320 South, and follow the Widener University sign. Turn left onto East 14th Street into the main entrance.

Credits: The 2013-14 Men’s Basketball Media Guide was produced by the Widener University Sports Information Department. Photography by John Ferko ‘80, Greg Carroccio, Al Zacharka and Mike Landis. Printed by Gazette Printing; Indiana, PA. Information current as of October 2013.

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COACHING STAFF

Chris Carideo • Head Coach Chris Carideo has built a great reputation for himself as a player and a coach for Widener. His desire to see Widener among the nation’s elite has placed the team among the upper echelon with bigger and better things on the horizon. Carideo’s run has seen him become the only Widener coach in any sport to lead his program to the NCAA Tournament in his first three years. The Pride followed their 15-13 record in 2006-07 with a 23-6 mark in 2007-08 and a second consecutive Commonwealth Conference title. The third straight crown in 200809 saw the Pride again win the league with a 23-6 record and host an NCAA Tournament game for the first time in eight years. The Pride in 2011-12 witnessed Perry Wright being named an All-America as well the Commonwealth Conference Player of the Year and Jack Brennan twice was named second team all-league. Over seven seasons, he owns a 111-77 record at Widener and already is the third winningest coach in school history. In the summer of 2010, Carideo was the head coach for a group of Division II and III players from around the country that took part in a tour to play games against professional competition in Europe. He went on a return trip to Europe in 2011 taking with him three of Widener’s players. One of the most decorated athletes in Widener University history, Carideo is just the program’s third coach in the last 47 years. He entered after five successful seasons as head coach of the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY. Second on the Academy’s wins list with an 86-51 mark, Carideo helped guide the Mariners to NCAA Tournament appearances in 2002 and 2003, including a trip to the second round in 2003. USMMA won the Skyline Conference regular season and tournament championships in 2002 and 2003, with the first championship earning Carideo Coach-of-the-Year honors. The Ocean City, NJ native averaged more than 17 victories per season for a team which ranked fifth nationally in rebounding margin in 2004. Also at USMMA, he was an assistant to the associate athletics director, a P.E. instructor, a minority recruiter for the Academy and

helped coordinate camps and clinics. As an assistant coach at USMMA in 2000-01, he helped the team to a 22-8 mark and the school’s first appearance in the NCAA Tournament “Sweet 16.” He also was an assistant at Widener in 199596 and again from 1998-2000, a part of the 2000 Middle Atlantic Conference championship team. Carideo began coaching after one of the most storied athletic careers in school annals from 1991-95, capped with an All-America campaign his senior season. He became the eighth player in the program’s history so honored after being named first team All-MAC all four seasons. He graduated after hitting 402 three-pointers, then an NCAA Division III record and now third best, and still holds the nation’s top mark by hitting a 3-pointer in 75 straight games. Carideo is second in school history with 2,067 points, fourth with 699 baskets and owns the top four single-season marks in 3-pointers made and attempted. His All-America campaign witnessed him score 616 points for the second best mark in school history and net 113 three-pointers (first). This helped Widener finish 18-9 and advance to the NCAA Tournament. This played a huge part in him being inducted into the Philadelphia Small College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2012. Carideo in 1991-92 led the country by shooting 95.5 percent from the line. After graduating in 1996 with a B.A. in Psychology and Secondary Education, Carideo played one season professionally for the Trenton Flames of the International Basketball League.

Chris Carideo Year-By-Year

2001-02 (USMMA) $.......................... 24-4 2002-03 (USMMA) $.......................... 21-9 2003-04 (USMMA)........................... 15-11 2004-05 (USMMA)........................... 16-11 2005-06 (USMMA)........................... 10-16 2006-07 &......................................... 15-13 2007-08 &........................................... 23-6 2008-09 &........................................... 23-6 2009-10............................................. 13-12 2010-11............................................. 13-13 2011-12............................................... 18-8 2012-13............................................... 6-19 at Widener (7 seasons)........................ 111-77 Total (12 seasons)..........................197-128 $ Skyline Conference champions; NCAA Tournament participants & Commonwealth Conference champions; NCAA Tournament participants

Widener’s Winningest MBB Coaches

1. C. Alan Rowe (1965-98).................536 2. David Duda (1998-2006)................143 3. Chris Carideo (2006-pres.)............ 111

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COACHING STAFF

Bill Leahy

Associate Head Coach Bill Leahy is in his seventh season as an assistant coach for the Pride. Over his first six seasons, Widener owns a 96-64 record with two Commonwealth Conference Championships. In the summer of 2010, Leahy enjoyed the unique experience of serving as the co-coach for a group of Division II and III players from around the country that took part in a tour to play games against professional competition in Europe. He coordinated and assembled the team with head coach Chris Carideo. The team traveled to Belgium, Germany, Netherlands and Great Britain. Leahy came to Widener after one year as an assistant at Cabrini, his alma mater. As an undergraduate, Leahy earned a finance degree from Cabrini and played varsity basketball for coach John Dzik, the school’s all-time leader in coaching victories. As a player, he helped the Cavaliers win the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference championship and advance to the NCAA Tournament. He also was named to the PAC Academic Honor Roll. He and his wife Alicia make their home in Ardmore.

JJ Rapczynski Assistant Coach

JJ Rapczynski is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Pride. Rapczynski competed for Ursinus and was a two-year captain. He also helped in the Bears’ sports information department as a student assistant. Also at Ursinus, he volunteered with the Special Olympics, with the Mercy Hospice and was a fundraiser for Best Buddies. Rapczynski graduated Ursinus in 2012, majoring in Media and Communication Studies with a minor in Management.

Frank Copestick Assistant Coach

Frank Copestick is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Pride. Copestick arrives after coaching two seasons at Camden County College from 2009-11. He also has served as the head coach for the Gloucester Township Boys 11-12 team and was a facilities director at Northwestern University’s Men’s Soccer Camp, starting in 2007. He competed at Camden CC, being named first team all-region as well as team captain. Copestick graduated Camden CC in 2011 with a degree in Elementary Education.

Bobby Edmunds Assistant Coach

Bobby Edmunds, who enjoyed a distinguished career for the Pride, is back in his first season as an assistant coach. Edmunds had a solid run from 2006-10, leading Widener to three Commonwealth Conference titles and three trips to the NCAA Tournament. Edmunds best season arguably was his sophomore campaign in 2008, when he was picked second team all-league. He averaged 9.2 points and 3.4 rebounds per game and shot 34 percent from 3-point range. The Pride went 23-6 that season and it marked the second of three straight times the squad advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Edmunds played three seasons in the England Professional Basketball League, competing in Division 2 from 2010-11 and Division 1 from 2011-13. He also served as coach of the Bradford Dragons U-18 squad from 2011-13. Edmunds graduated Widener with a degree in Hospitality Management.

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ROSTER No. 1 *** 3 * 5 ** 10 * 12 * 13 14 20 21 22 23 24 *** 32 ** 33 * 34 *** 35 42 44 55 *

Name Andrew Radomicki David Nicholson Dillon Fields Mark Pryzbylkowski Rob McPherson Dorien Fullilove Sardayah Sambo John Fender Laron Byrd Kendall Green Francis Christian Bob Makor Greg Lawson Ben Goss Connor Dean Michael Mansur Rashawn Boyd Kenneth Nash-White Logan Murray

Cl. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So.

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

Ht. 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-5 5-9 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-6 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-6

Wt. Hometown/Previous School 165 Media, PA/Penncrest 165 Odenton, MD/Arundel 175 Medford, NJ/Shawnee 165 New Egypt, NJ/Castleton State 190 Bowie, MD/Caldwell College 150 Severn, MD/Old Mill 190 Middletown, DE/Middletown 165 Wallingford, PA/Strath Haven 165 Philadelphia, PA/California U. (PA) 170 Mount Laurel, NJ/Lenape 165 Wildwood, NJ/Wildwood 220 Philadelphia, PA/Northeast Catholic 210 Mount Holly, NJ/Medford Tech 170 Grantville, PA/Lower Dauphin 190 Woodbine, NJ/St. Augustine Prep 175 Gilbertsville, PA/Boyertown 195 Accokeek, MD/Gwynn Park 200 Midlothian, VA/Catonsville CC 195 Westmont, NJ/Haddon Township

Major History Engineering Education/Math Sport Management Business Marketing Communication Studies Chemical Engineering Engineering Marketing Management Management Exploratory Studies Business Marketing Criminal Justice Computer Science Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy Marketing Management Criminal Justice Sport Management Business

Head Coach: Chris Carideo (Widener ’96), eighth season Assistants: Bill Leahy, JJ Rapczynski, Frank Copestick, Bobby Edmunds ‘10 Captains: Bob Makor, Rob McPherson, Andrew Radomicki

Seniors Dillon Fields, Connor Dean, Andrew Radomicki, Bob Makor and Rob McPherson with Head Coach Chris Carideo

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By Class Seniors (4): Connor Dean Bob Makor Rob McPherson Andrew Radomicki Juniors (4): Dillon Fields Greg Lawson Kenneth Nash-White Mark Pryzbylkowski Sophomores (4): Laron Byrd Ben Goss Logan Murray David Nicholson Freshmen (7): Rashawn Boyd Francis Christian John Fender Dorien Fullilove Kendall Green Michael Mansur Sardayah Sambo

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PREVIEW Widener’s men’s basketball team in its history sports over 100 years of being a proud tradition. It is through this mentality and this mindset that the Pride look to get back on the right track and, as the 2013-14 season commences, once again be a successful unit. Ten returnees that include four seniors help to once again bring this to fruision. Many of these are the same players which two seasons ago helped the Pride end second in the Commonwealth Conference and earn a home semifinal game in the league tournament. Senior Andrew Radomicki, one of three four-year players, has been leading the show at point guard the last three seasons and hopes for more success this year. In addition to ending seventh in the conference with a 1.4 assist-to-turnover ratio, the Media native showed his scoring prowess by averaging a career-best 8.0 points per contest. Bob Makor always had been a force over his first three seasons, but it was last year when he had his opportunity to get more playing time when he really shined. Possessing the skills of a shooting guard and a small forward, Makor ended last season 17th in the league with 5.6 rebounds per game and ninth with a .513 shooting percentage. Senior Connor Dean made 17 starts last season at forward and, with his solid play, hopes that increases this season. He will be among many in a battle for playing time in the paint. Senior Rob McPherson saw last season cut short due to injury, but is back this season to make a statement in the post. He averaged 9.6 points and 5.6 rebounds per game in five games last year after getting 8.9 points and 5.2 rebounds per contest in 2011-12. Junior Dillon Fields blossomed last season into an emerging star and should be looked to even more at guard this season. He ended 27th in the conference with 10.4 points per game and 15th with a

.352 three-point percentage that included a career-high 25 points on 9-of-14 shooting with five 3-pointers at Lycoming. Also making the most of his increased time was junior Greg Lawson, who totaled 24 starts last year and leaves people plenty of reasons why he should be near that number this season. A great finisher in the post who will be an option multiple times this season, Lawson closed sixth in the league with 7.1 rebounds per game and second with a .559 shooting percentage. He had a career day at Elizabethtown with 22 points and 21 rebounds. Sophomore David Nicholson at forward also will be key after totaling 7.2 points on 44 percent shooting last season. Sophomore Ben Goss also hopes to get more playing time this season at forward. Junior Mark Pryzbylkowski and sophomore Logan Murray each are seeking to be more of a factor at guard. The Pride welcome nine newcomers this season in junior Kenneth Nash-White, sophomore Laron Byrd and freshmen Dorien Fullilove, Sardayah Sambo, John Fender, Kendall Green, Francis Christian, Michael Mansur and Rashawn Boyd. The Pride for the seventh straight season will host the Widener Tip-Off for Autism Awareness, this time against Berkeley College on November 15. Widener for the third consecutive year will face Cabrini in Aston, PA as part of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. League play opens on December 4 at Elizabethtown and ends February 22 at Arcadia. The top five teams play in the conference tournament from February 24-March 1. Speaking of tradition, Widener is just six victories away from reaching 1,200. The squad is 1194-853 over 103 seasons.

The 2013-14 Pride • Front Row (L-R): Laron Byrd, Dillon Fields, Francis Christian, Dorien Fullilove, Andrew Radomicki, Ben Goss, John Fender, Mark Pryzbylkowski. Middle Row (L-R): Greg Lawson, Connor Dean, assistant coach Bobby Edmunds, assistant coach Frank Copestick, head coach Chris Carideo, assistant coach JJ Rapczynski, Logan Murray, Rob McPherson. Back Row (L-R): Kendall Green, Bob Makor, Sardayah Sambo, Rashawn Boyd, David Nicholson, Kenneth Nash-White, Michael Mansur.

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Rob McPherson

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Senior • Forward • 6-5 • 190 • Bowie, MD • Caldwell College Career Highs Points............... 22, vs. Cabrini (11/26/11) Rebounds.......... 11, twice, last vs. Lycoming (2/22/12) Assists............... 4, vs. Elizabethtown (2/1/12)

3-Pointers......... 4, twice, last vs. Leb. Val. (2/14/12) Steals................ 3, twice, last vs. Lycoming (2/22/12) Blocks............... 3, vs. Alvernia (11/30/11)

In 2012-13: Competed in just five games and received a medical red-shirt due to injury... Had 15 points and nine rebounds vs. Elizabethtown (11/28)... Scored 14 points vs. Cabrini (11/24) and hauled in nine rebounds against Skidmore (11/17). As a Junior in 2011-12: One of two players and the only returnee who started all 26 games... Poured in 22 points on 8-of-13 shooting with three 3-pointers and seven rebounds against nationally ranked and eventual NCAA runner-up Cabrini (11/26)... Had 18 points and nine rebounds at Alvernia (1/28) and added 18 points on 7-of-7 shooting (4-of-4 3PT) vs. Lebanon Valley (2/14)... Grabbed 11 rebounds twice vs. Lycoming (2/11, 2/22)... Had three blocks against Alvernia (11/30. Personal: Majoring in Majoring in Business Management... Went on a tour of Germany and the Czech Republic during the summer of 2011 that included five games. GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2011-12 26-26 90-176 .511 28-63 .444 2012-13 5-5 19-58 .328 5-24 .208 Totals 31-31 109-234 .466 33-87 .379

FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B ST Pts. Avg. 24-35 .686 135-5.2 36 41 13 25 232 8.9 5-7 .714 28-5.6 7 9 3 3 48 9.6 29-42 .690 163-5.3 43 50 16 28 280 9.0

Connor Dean

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Senior • Forward • 6-3 • 175 • Woodbine, NJ • St. Augustine Prep Career Highs Points............... 10, vs. Lebanon Valley (1/23/13) Rebounds.......... 10, vs. Neumann (1/4/12) Assists............... 4, twice, last at Lycoming (1/26/13)

3-Pointers......... 0 Steals................ 2, three times, last at Hood (1/12/13) Blocks............... 1, twice, last vs. Lycoming (1/5/13)

As a Junior in 2012-13: Played in 23 games with 17 starts... Had 10 points on 5-of-8 shooting and seven rebounds vs. Lebanon Valley (1/23)... Scored nine points in consecutive games at NYU (12/29) and vs. Wentworth (12/30)... Notched seven rebounds vs. Wentworth (12/30)... Named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Academic Honor Roll. As a Sophomore in 2011-12: Competed in 16 contests... Had career highs of eight points on 4-of-4 shooting, 10 rebounds and three assists vs. Neumann (1/4)... Named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2010-11: Played in two contests for first letter... Scored two points against Central Penn (1/3). Personal: Majoring in Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy. GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B ST Pts. Avg. 2010-11 2-0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 2 1.0 2011-12 16-0 10-14 .714 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 27-1.7 6 9 0 6 24 1.5 2012-13 23-17 32-63 .508 0-1 .000 10-18 .556 70-3.0 25 28 2 8 74 3.2 Totals 41-17 43-78 .551 0-1 .000 14-22 .636 97-2.4 31 37 2 14 100 2.4

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Bob Makor

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Senior • Forward • 6-3 • 210 • Philadelphia, PA • Northeast Catholic Career Highs Points............... 18, twice, last at Hood (1/12/13) Rebounds.......... 9, twice, last at Etown (2/6/13) Assists............... 5, three times, last vs. Arcadia (2/16/13)

3-Pointers......... 0 Steals................ 4, vs. Lycoming (2/19/11) Blocks............... 2, vs. Misericordia (1/2/11)

As a Junior in 2012-13: Ended 17th in the league with 5.6 rebounds per game and ninth with a .513 shooting percentage... Scored 18 points on 7-of-8 shooting at Hood (1/12) and also netted 18 at Arcadia (12/12)... Grabbed nine rebounds vs. Skidmore (11/17) and vs. Elizabethtown (2/6)... Dished five assists vs. Arcadia (2/16), Stevenson (12/8) and Richard Stockton (12/15). As a Sophomore in 2011-12: Competed in 26 games with one start... Had 14 points and eight rebounds at Messiah (1/14)... Also scored 14 points (6-for-6 FT) against Berkeley College (12/9)... Poured in 12 points at Whittier (12/19) and 11 at Albright (2/18). As a Freshman in 2010-11: Played in 23 games, starting the last five... Scored in double figures six times... Dropped a season-high 17 points at Lebanon Valley (2/5)... Scored 16 points and recorded season highs of six rebounds, three assists and four steals vs. Lycoming (2/19). Personal: Majoring in Business Marketing. GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. 2010-11 23-5 50-114 .439 0-0 .000 42-80 .525 57-2.5 2011-12 26-1 45-99 .455 0-2 .000 30-63 .476 92-3.5 2012-13 24-9 82-160 .513 0-0 .000 54-116 .466 134-5.6 Totals 73-15 177-373 .475 0-2 .000 126-259 .486 283-3.9

Andrew Radomicki

A TO B 17 43 3 16 28 2 43 65 8 76 136 13

ST Pts. Avg. 19 142 6.2 15 120 4.6 25 218 9.1 59 480 6.6

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Senior • Guard • 5-9 • 155 • Media, PA • Penncrest Career Highs Points............... 19, vs. Albright (1/19/13) Rebounds.......... 7, at Lycoming (1/26/13) Assists............... 7, twice, last vs. Cabrini (11/29/10)

3-Pointers......... 3, four times, last at Etown (2/6/13) Steals................ 5, vs. Messiah (12/4/10) Blocks............... 1, twice, last vs. Albright (1/19/13)

As a Junior in 2012-13: Closed seventh in the Commonwealth Conference with a 1.4 assist-to-turnover ratio, ninth with 3.3 assists per game and 26th with a .444 shooting percentage... Scored 19 points on 8-of-15 shooting with three 3-pointers vs. Albright (1/19)... Scored 16 points at NYU (12/29), the first of four straight games in which he netted at least 12 points... Grabbed seven rebounds at Lycoming (1/26). As a Sophomore in 2011-12: Scored 15 points on a perfect night (4-of-4 FG, 3-of-3 3PT, 4-for-4 FT) at Occidental (12/18)... Dished five assists against Neumann (1/4), Arcadia (1/18) and Lycoming (1/21)... Posted three steals at Albright (2/18). As a Freshman in 2010-11: One of two for Widener to start all 26 contests... Finished second on the team and 12th in the conference with 2.2 assists per game... Closed third on the team with 24 steals... Scored in double figures five times... Dished a season-high seven assists in consecutive games vs. Richard Stockton and Cabrini (11/23-11/29)... Dropped a season-high 13 points vs. Lycoming (2/19)... Recorded five steals vs. Messiah (12/4)... Totaled 10 points, six rebounds and six assists at Lycoming (1/8)... Went on a tour of Germany and the Czech Republic during the summer of 2011 that included five games. Personal: Majoring in History. GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO 2010-11 26-26 54-133 .406 16-40 .400 30-38 .789 61-2.3 58 61 2011-12 20-11 35-87 .402 11-36 .306 19-25 .760 36-1.8 47 40 2012-13 25-25 79-178 .444 18-47 .383 23-41 .561 71-2.8 83 61 Totals 71-62 168-398 .422 45-123 .366 72-104 .692 168-2.4 188 162

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ST Pts. Avg. 24 154 5.9 18 100 5.0 14 199 8.0 56 453 6.4

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Dillon Fields

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Junior • Guard • 6-0 • 165 • Medford, NJ • Shawnee Career Highs Points............... 25, at Lycoming (1/26/13) Rebounds.......... 8, vs. Stevenson (12/8/12) Assists............... 6, twice, last vs. Leb. Val. (1/23/13)

3-Pointers......... 5, at Lycoming (1/26/13) Steals................ 5, vs. Swarthmore (11/15/11) Blocks............... 1, vs. Arcadia (2/16/13)

As a Sophomore in 2012-13: Ended 27th in the Commonwealth Conference with 10.4 points per game and 15th with a .352 three-point percentage... Netted a career-high 25 points on 9-of-14 shooting with five 3-pointers at Lycoming (1/26)... Poured in 23 points to go with a career-best eight rebounds vs. Stevenson (12/8)... Scored in double figures six straight games (1/2-1/19)... Named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2011-12: Played in 25 contests with 13 starts... Scored 11 points on 4-of-4 shooting and drilled three 3-pointers at Arcadia (2/8)... Closed with nine points and seven rebounds against Penn State Mont Alto (11/18)... Had five steals vs. Swarthmore (11/15). Personal: Majoring in Education/Math. GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2011-12 25-13 23-74 .311 8-39 .205 2012-13 25-25 103-249 .414 31-88 .352 Totals 50-38 126-323 .390 39-127 .307

FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B ST Pts. Avg. 11-22 .500 52-2.1 31 26 0 16 65 2.6 24-46 .522 76-3.0 60 58 1 18 261 10.4 35-68 .515 128-2.6 91 84 1 34 326 6.5

Greg Lawson

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Junior • Forward • 6-6 • 200 • Mount Holly, NJ • Medford Tech Career Highs Points............... 22, at Elizabethtown (2/6/13) Rebounds.......... 21, at Elizabethtown (2/6/13) Assists............... 3, vs. Richard Stockton (12/15/12)

3-Pointers......... 0 Steals................ 1, seven times, last vs. Hood (2/2/13) Blocks............... 2, three times, last at Hood (1/12/13)

As a Sophomore in 2012-13: Finished sixth in the Commonwealth Conference with 7.1 rebounds per game and second with a .559 shooting percentage... Had a career day with 22 points on 6-of-8 shooting, going 10-for-14 from the line and grabbing 21 rebounds at Elizabethtown (2/6) for his fifth double-double of the season... Scored in double figures six straight games (11/28-12/15) with four double-doubles... Named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2011-12: Played in 14 contests... Scored four points on 2-of-2 shooting against SUNY Cortland (11/19)... Hauled in five rebounds vs. Penn State Mont Alto (11/18). Personal: Majoring in Criminal Justice. GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2011-12 14-0 3-11 .273 0-0 .000 2012-13 25-24 76-136 .559 0-0 .000 Totals 39-24 79-147 .537 0-0 .000

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FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B ST Pts. Avg. 6-10 .600 22-1.6 2 7 1 2 12 0.9 48-74 .649 178-7.1 13 41 15 5 200 8.0 58-84 .643 200-5.1 15 48 16 7 212 5.4

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Ben Goss

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Sophomore • Guard • 6-0 • 165 • Grantville, PA • Lower Dauphin Career Highs Points............... 0 Rebounds.......... 1, at Alvernia (2/9/13) Assists............... 0

3-Pointers......... 0 Steals................ 0 Blocks............... 0

As a Freshman in 2012-13: Competed in one game for his first letter... Hauled in a rebound at Alvernia (2/9). Personal: Majoring in Computer Science. 2012-13

GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B ST Pts. Avg. 1-0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

Logan Murray

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Sophomore • Forward • 6-6 • 190 • Westmont, NJ • Haddon Township Career Highs Points............... 7, at Alvernia (2/9/13) Rebounds.......... 7, vs. Messiah (2/12/13) Assists............... 3, vs. Albright (1/19/13)

3-Pointers......... 0 Steals................ 1, three times, last vs. Leb. Val. (1/23/13) Blocks............... 1, twice, last vs. Messiah (2/12/13)

As a Freshman in 2012-13: Played in 13 contests... Had seven points (5-for-6 FT) and four rebounds at Alvernia (2/9)... Recorded five points and seven rebounds vs. Messiah (2/12)... Notched five points and four rebounds vs. Wentworth (12/30). Personal: Majoring in Business. 2012-13

GP-GS 13-0

FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 13-22 .591 0-0 .000

FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B ST Pts. Avg. 10-15 .667 32-2.5 6 9 2 3 36 2.8

David Nicholson

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Sophomore • Guard • 6-1 • 155 • Odenton, MD • Arundel Career Highs Points............... 19, at Stevenson (1/30/13) Rebounds.......... 4, twice, last at Swarthmore (1/2/13) Assists............... 3, twice, last vs. Messiah (2/12/13)

3-Pointers......... 3, at Stevenson (1/30/13) Steals................ 3, at Hood (1/12/13) Blocks............... 1, three times, last at Etown (2/6/13)

As a Freshman in 2012-13: Played in 24 games, scoring in double figures seven times... Poured in 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting with three 3-pointers, three rebounds and a steal at Stevenson (1/30)... Grabbed four rebounds vs. Stevenson (12/8) and at Swarthmore (1/2)... Netted 14 points at Alvernia (2/9) and 13 vs. both Swathmore (1/2) and Messiah (2/12). Personal: Majoring in Engineering. 2012-13

GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 24-0 59-135 .437 21-65 .323

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FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B ST Pts. Avg. 34-40 .850 41-1.7 23 35 3 15 173 7.2

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Mark Pryzbylkowski

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Sophomore • Guard • 5-11 • 150 • New Egypt, NJ • Castleton State Career Highs Points............... 8, vs. Messiah (2/12/13) Rebounds.......... 2, twice, last vs. Cabrini (11/24/12) Assists............... 2, twice, last vs. Cabrini (11/24/12)

3-Pointers......... 2, three times, last vs. Messiah (2/12/13) Steals................ 2, at Albright (12/5/12) Blocks............... 0

As a Freshman in 2012-13: Poured in eight points with two 3-pointers vs. Messiah (2/12)... Scored seven points with two 3-pointers vs. Hood (2/2)... Netted six points with two rebounds, two assists and two 3-pointers vs. Skidmore (11/17). Personal: Majoring in Sport Management. 2012-13

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GP-GS 15-0

FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 10-26 .385 8-22 .364

FT-A Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO B ST Pts. Avg. 1-2 .500 7-0.5 6 9 0 5 29 1.9

Rashawn Boyd • 42 Fr. • F • 6-5 • 195 Accokeek, MD Gwynn Park Criminal Justice

Laron Byrd • 21 So. • G • 6-0 • 165 Philadelphia, PA California U. (PA) Marketing Mgmt.

Francis Christian • 23 Fr. • G • 6-0 • 165 Wildwood, NJ Wildwood Exploratory Studies

John Fender • 20 Fr. • G • 6-1 • 165 Wallingford, PA Strath Haven Engineering

Dorien Fullilove • 13 Fr. • G • 5-9 • 150 Severn, MD Old Mill Communication Studies

Kendall Green • 22 Fr. • G • 6-0 • 170 Mount Laurel, NJ Lenape Management

Michael Mansur • 35 Fr. • G • 6-3 • 175 Gilbertsville, PA Boyertown Marketing Mgmt.

Kenneth Nash-White • 44 Jr. • F • 6-3 • 200 Midlothian, VA Catonsville CC Sport Management

Sardayah Sambo • 14 Fr. • G • 6-3 • 190 Middletown, DE Middletown Chemical Engineering

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SUPPORT / C. ALAN ROWE LOCKER ROOM The athletic training staff is located in the Wellness Center, which opened in the spring of 2006. The staff is responsible for the conditioning and rehabilitation of over 500 Widener University’s student-athletes representing 20 sports. The staff consists of two full-time athletic trainers as well as several graduate and athletic training student interns. The athletic trainers have at their disposal a bevy of equipment ranging from separate MD exam rooms, two walk-in whirlpools with one cold plunge and one warm, up-to-date electromodalities and rehabilitation equipment. The department is headed by A.J. Duffy, in his 24th year in this capacity at Widener and 31st in collegiate athletics. Duffy is primarily responsible for the football and men’s lacrosse teams as well as overseeing the entire athletic training staff. He also teaches athletic training classes at Widener and Temple University. He has been very active in the profession, serving various elected offices since 1993. Among those areas include President of the Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society. Duffy also has given talks on both the regional and national level. Duffy has been cited as the 2002 Interboro Education Association A.J. Duffy III Volunteer of the Year, the 2002 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, the 2003 EATA Cramer Award winAthletic Trainer ner, the 2005 Philadelphia Sports Medicine Congress Ted Quedenfeld Award recipient, the 2007 Donald Grover 610-499-4445 Award by the ECAC and the 2011 Division III Athletic Trainer of the Year. Duffy, along with the Widener athletic training staff, helped create the “MAC ATtaCk on Hunger” in 2010. The initiative, which involves all 16 schools from the Middle Atlantic Conference, was instituted to help collect food and money for each school’s local food banks. Prior to arriving at Widener, Duffy was an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Michigan from 1984-90 and an assistant at Temple University from 1981-83. He earned his B.S. from the University of Michigan in 1980, his M.S. from the University of Arizona in 1981 and his Physical Therapy Certificate from Drexel University (Hahnemann) in 1984. Duffy and his wife, Monica, a Widener graduate in Nursing, reside in Norwood, PA with their sons, Joseph, 23, and Connor, 22. Amy Richmond is in her first year as Widener’s assistant athletic trainer. Richmond arrives at Widener from Seton Hall, where she earned her M.S. in athletic training and was certified as an NATABOC athletic trainer. During that period from 2011-13, she served part of her clinical work at Princeton University with several teams on manual therapy, mobility, stability and functional movement. She also worked with many teams during that stretch with West Orange High School and at Clifton High School. Richmond served for just over a year as a personal trainer at RWJ Rahway Fitness and Wellness Center in Scotch Plains, NJ. She was responsible for giving member screenings, orientations, re-evaluations and writing custom workout plans. Richmond graduated from Ursinus in 2011 with a B.S. in Exercise and Sport Science. She worked in the athletic training room as an intern and also was a sports performance coaching intern for Velocity Sports Performance in Cherry Hill, NJ. Her honors to date include making the Dean’s List twice at Ursinus and serving as a presenter at the National Athletic Trainer’s Association Convention in 2013. Richmond also presided over the Pennsylvania State Association for Heath, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Annual Convention in 2011. The equipment staff is located primarily on the lower level of Schwartz Athletic Center. The football and men’s lacrosse teams have their equipment room located at Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium. The staff is comprised of two full-time managers as well as a plethora of student workers. The staff has played a major role in providing upgraded locker rooms at both Schwartz Center and Quick Stadium as well as maintaining the equipment rooms to meet the needs of Widener’s student-athletes. Charlie Evans is in his sixth year and Nader Kawash is in his third year. Evans, the equipment room director, entered after eight years at West Chester University, serving as the lone support for the department’s 23 teams. His tenure from 2000-08 had him oversee mostly Division II teams and some Division I. This came after he was the equipment manager at Franklin & Marshall College from 1989-99. He was the primary contact for the department’s 26 varsity sports. Evans has been a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association since 1994. Kawash entered after serving three years as an assistant equipment manager for Kent State. He also had worked for the University of Southern California, the University of Virginia, the Tennessee Titans, Temple University, the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles.

C. Alan Rowe Locker Room Widener’s men’s basketball locker room in 2008 was renamed the “C. Alan Rowe Locker Room.” The change comes in honor of the legendary coach, who roamed the sidelines for 33 seasons in leading the squad to 536 victories and two Final Four appearances. The locker room features plenty of amenities with new carpeting, lockers, chairs and a flat-screen television. It is located on the first floor of Schwartz Center, which has been Widener’s home since 1971.

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2012-13 STATS Overall Stats Player GP-GS Min.Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3GA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D Rebs. Avg. A TO Blk. S Pts. Avg. Rodney Brown 25-20 648-25.9 96-226 .425 41-118 .347 48-57 .842 31-53 84 3.4 27 38 6 11 281 11.2 Dillon Fields 25-25 668-26.7 103-249 .414 31-88 .352 24-46 .522 24-52 76 3.0 60 58 1 18 261 10.4 Rob McPherson 5-5 148-29.6 19-58 .328 5-24 .208 5-7 .714 5-23 28 5.6 7 9 3 3 48 9.6 Bob Makor 24-9 567-23.6 82-160 .513 0-0 .000 54-116 .466 42-92 134 5.6 43 65 8 25 218 9.1 Greg Lawson 25-24 578-23.1 76-136 .559 0-0 .000 48-74 .649 69-109 178 7.1 13 41 15 5 200 8.0 Andrew Radomicki 25-25 792-31.7 79-178 .444 18-47 .383 23-41 .561 10-61 71 2.8 83 61 1 14 199 8.0 David Nicholson 24-0 441-18.4 59-135 .437 21-65 .323 34-40 .850 11-30 41 1.7 23 35 3 15 173 7.2 Adam Ahern 21-0 233-11.1 45-84 .536 1-2 .500 14-23 .609 11-42 53 2.5 5 18 8 3 105 5.0 Rasheed Hines 6-0 77-12.8 8-11 .727 0-0 .000 4-12 .333 9-14 23 3.8 3 6 1 4 20 3.3 Connor Dean 23-17 347-15.1 32-63 .508 0-1 .000 10-18 .556 18-52 70 3.0 25 28 2 8 74 3.2 Logan Murray 13-0 118-9.1 13-22 .591 0-0 .000 10-15 .667 7-25 32 2.5 6 9 2 3 36 2.8 Jacob Gurkin 5-0 50-10.0 5-18 .278 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 3-11 14 2.8 1 1 2 1 11 2.2 Kieran Bolger 6-0 43-7.2 4-16 .250 3-10 .300 2-3 .667 1-3 4 0.7 2 1 0 2 13 2.2 Mark Pryzbylkowski 15-0 120-8.0 10-26 .385 8-22 .364 1-2 .500 0-7 7 0.5 6 9 0 5 29 1.9 Ryan Abel 24-0 243-10.1 13-46 .283 10-41 .244 3-5 .600 6-20 26 1.1 13 16 7 8 39 1.6 Glenn Hefter 1-0 1-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Ben Goss 1-0 1-1.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Darren Fitzpatrick 1-0 0-0.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Widener 25 5075 644-1430 .450 138-418 .330 281-460 .611 291-644 935 37.4 317 411 59 125 1707 68.3 Opponents 25 5075 632-1463 .432 164-500 .328 394-572 .689 282-596 878 35.1 337 322 72 191 1822 72.9

Widener plays its home games at Schwartz Center, which was built in 1971 and sports a weight room, swimming pool and classrooms for our student-athletes. Renovations have included new scoreboards and bleachers.

COMMONWEALTH CONFERENCE Stats Player GP-GS Min.Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3GA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D Rebs. Avg. A TO Blk. S Pts. Avg. Rodney Brown 18-16 509-28.3 74-176 .420 36-101 .356 37-44 .841 23-42 65 3.6 20 30 5 8 221 12.3 Dillon Fields 18-18 491-27.3 79-194 .407 25-72 .347 22-42 .524 17-35 52 2.9 47 41 1 14 205 11.4 Bob Makor 18-5 428-23.8 63-123 .512 0-0 .000 40-86 .465 35-62 97 5.4 31 51 6 18 166 9.2 Greg Lawson 18-17 417-23.2 55-99 .556 0-0 .000 43-62 .694 53-88 141 7.8 9 32 11 4 153 8.5 Andrew Radomicki 18-18 568-31.6 59-137 .431 15-38 .395 14-28 .500 8-46 54 3.0 57 45 1 11 147 8.2 Rob McPherson 2-2 42-21.0 6-17 .353 2-7 .286 1-3 .333 4-7 11 5.5 4 3 1 2 15 7.5 David Nicholson 18-0 320-17.8 44-105 .419 17-51 .333 24-29 .828 8-21 29 1.6 16 28 3 11 129 7.2 Adam Ahern 14-0 153-10.9 25-51 .490 0-1 .000 8-15 .533 5-21 26 1.9 4 11 5 2 58 4.1 Rasheed Hines 5-0 68-13.6 8-11 .727 0-0 .000 4-12 .333 9-12 21 4.2 3 5 1 2 20 4.0 Connor Dean 17-14 252-14.8 23-49 .469 0-1 .000 6-13 .462 16-37 53 3.1 18 16 1 5 52 3.1 Logan Murray 9-0 90-10.0 9-16 .563 0-0 .000 7-11 .636 5-20 25 2.8 6 6 2 1 25 2.8 Jacob Gurkin 2-0 23-11.5 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 1-7 8 4.0 1 1 1 0 5 2.5 Mark Pryzbylkowski 12-0 88-7.3 8-20 .400 6-18 .333 1-2 .500 0-3 3 0.3 2 6 0 5 23 1.9 Kieran Bolger 2-0 13-6.5 1-8 .125 1-6 .167 0-1 .000 1-0 1 0.5 1 0 0 1 3 1.5 Ryan Abel 17-0 161-9.5 8-30 .267 7-28 .250 1-2 .500 4-17 21 1.2 10 14 7 6 24 1.4 Ben Goss 1-0 1-1.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Darren Fitzpatrick 1-0 0-0.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Glenn Hefter 1-0 1-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Widener 18 3625 464-1045 .444 109-323 .337 209-351 .595 226-456 682 37.9 229 298 45 90 1246 69.2 Opponents 18 3625 459-1030 .446 107-317 .338 300-440 .682 191-435 626 34.8 244 240 55 130 1325 73.6

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2012-13 RESULTS Date Opponent W/L Score Top Scorer Top Rebounder FGM-A 11/16 WESLEY # L 51-54 Makor, 13 Ahern, 8 19-47 11/17 SKIDMORE # L 55-56 (ot) Ahern, 12 Three with, 9 18-56 11/24 vs. Cabrini ! L 60-81 McPherson, 14 Lawson, 8 25-65 11/28 ELIZABETHTOWN * W 80-70 McPherson, 15 Lawson, 11 29-63 12/1 at Lebanon Valley * L 56-63 Makor, 14 Lawson, 11 23-52 12/5 at Albright * L 61-84 Brown, 11 Hines, 7 26-65 Fields, 11 12/8 STEVENSON * W 87-64 Fields, 23 Lawson, 10 31-58 12/12 at Arcadia * L 64-78 Makor, 18 Lawson, 14 25-56 12/15 RICHARD STOCKTON L 53-63 Brown, 15 Makor, 7 23-50 Lawson, 15 Lawson, 7 12/29 at NYU ^ L 88-97 (ot) Fields, 21 Makor, 7 38-73 Fields, 7 12/30 vs. Wentworth ^ L 63-68 Brown, 13 Lawson, 9 24-43 1/2 at Swarthmore W 91-78 Ahern, 23 Ahern, 5 33-51 1/5 LYCOMING * W 86-78 Brown, 25 Lawson, 9 30-58 1/9 ALVERNIA * L 65-68 Fields, 12 Makor, 8 27-58 1/12 at Hood * L 68-85 Makor, 18 Makor, 5 23-53 1/16 at Messiah * L 61-72 Fields, 21 Radomicki, 6 23-49 1/19 ALBRIGHT * L 67-71 Fields, 20 Lawson, 5 27-59 Radomicki, 5 1/23 LEBANON VALLEY * W 69-50 Brown, 24 Brown, 8 31-68 Makor, 8 1/26 at Lycoming * L 71-88 Fields, 25 Radomicki, 7 29-61 1/30 at Stevenson * L 71-77 Brown, 20 Lawson, 13 24-60 2/2 HOOD * L 53-61 Brown, 12 Lawson, 6 19-52 Dean, 6 2/6 at Elizabethtown * W 81-77 (ot) Lawson, 22 Lawson, 21 23-62 2/9 at Alvernia * L 59-75 Nicholson, 14 Lawson, 7 20-54 2/12 MESSIAH * L 74-85 Brown, 24 Murray, 7 27-53 2/16 ARCADIA * L 73-79 Fields, 16 Lawson, 8 27-64 Makor, 8

Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. O-D Rebs. .404 2-9 .222 11-16 .688 8-28 36 .321 8-17 .471 11-17 .647 10-38 48 .385 2-17 .118 8-16 .500 11-25 36 .460 9-21 .429 13-27 .481 19-30 49 .442 3-11 .273 7-16 .438 13-24 37 .400 2-15 .133 7-14 .500 15-26 41 .534 11-21 .524 .446 5-15 .333 .460 3-17 .176

14-30 9-18 4-8

.467 17-32 .500 17-28 .500 5-22

49 45 27

.521

6-15

.400

6-11

.545 13-26

39

.558 .647 .517 .466 .434 .469 .458

4-10 4-10 8-20 6-12 7-22 5-17 7-18

.400 .400 .400 .500 .318 .294 .389

11-14 21-27 18-32 5-15 15-17 10-18 6-8

.786 .778 .563 .333 .882 .556 .750

9-27 9-22 14-32 15-17 12-15 6-27 10-23

36 31 46 32 27 33 33

.456

7-22

.318

0-5

.000 13-29

42

.475 .400 .365

6-18 5-17 4-19

.333 .294 .211

7-18 18-22 11-16

.389 11-22 .818 14-30 .688 6-24

33 44 30

.371 .370 .509 .422

9-19 4-17 5-19 6-20

.474 .235 .263 .300

26-35 15-18 15-21 13-21

.743 15-32 .833 15-21 .714 5-16 .619 9-28

47 36 21 37

* Commonwealth Conference game; # Widener Tip-Off For Autism Awareness (Chester, PA); ! Coaches vs. Cancer (Aston, PA) ^ NYU Holiday Classic (New York City, NY)

Season Highs Points..................................25.................................... Dillon Fields at Lycoming (1/26/13) Rebounds............................21............................... Greg Lawson at Elizabethtown (2/6/13) Field Goals..........................9..................................Seven Players (Dillon Fields four times) FG Pct. (min. 5 made)........1.000 (6-6)..........................Bob Makor vs. Lycoming (1/5/13) ...........................................1.000 (5-5)........................Adam Ahern vs. Lycoming (1/5/13) 3-Point FG..........................6..........................Rodney Brown vs. Lebanon Valley (1/23/13) ...........................................6.................................... Rodney Brown vs. Lycoming (1/5/13) 3-Pt Pct. (min. 3 made).......1.000 (3-3)........Andrew Radomicki at Elizabethtown (2/6/13) Free Throws........................10............................... Greg Lawson at Elizabethtown (2/6/13) FT Pct. (min. 5 made)........1.000 (9-9)................... Rodney Brown at Stevenson (1/30/13) ...........................................1.000 (7-7)...............David Nicholson at Swarthmore (1/2/13) Assists..................................6......................... Seven Players (Andrew Radomicki five times) Steals...................................3..............................Andrew Radomicki vs. Albright (1/19/13) ...........................................3...................................... David Nicholson at Hood (1/12/13) ...........................................3..............................................Bob Makor at NYU (12/29/12) ...........................................3..........................Bob Makor vs. Richard Stockton (12/15/12) Blocked Shots......................4............................................. Ryan Abel at Albright (12/5/12)

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RECORDS Points (Game) 1. Earl Wentzel 48 v. Delaware (1/19/52) 2. Earl Wentzel 47 v. Ursinus (2/11/53) 3. Earl Wentzel 44 v. King’s (1/23/52) 4. Geno Zuecca 41 v. Swarthmore (2/20/63) 5. John Dalgaard 39 v. W. Chester (12/11/57) Lou Stevens 39 v. Haverford (12/2/87) Points (Season) 1. Lou Stevens 2. Chris Carideo 3. Dennis James 4. Lou DeRogatis Kris Clarkson 1,000-Points Club 1. Lou Stevens 2. Chris Carideo 3. Dennis James 4. Leon Jones 5. Lou DeRogatis 6. Mike Siuchta 7. Wally Rice 8. Brian Duffy 9. Chaz Williamson 10. Essien Ford 11. Mark Tucker 12. Malcolm Thomas 13. Frank DeLuca 14. Jimmy Coyle 15. John Jones 16. Casey Stitzel 17. David Kline 18. Kris Clarkson 19. Earl Wentzel 20. Dennis Comey 21. Jack Brennan 22. Geno Zuecca 23. Bob Guaglione 24. Dennis Woodbury 25. Tom Greenfield 26. Markiese Merceir

661 616 610 590 590

(1986-87) (1994-95) (1977-78) (1982-83) (2002-06)

2,140 (1984-88) 2,067 (1991-95) 1,889 (1974-78) 1,781 (1980-84) 1,673 (1979-83) 1,583 (1998-2002) 1,493 (1969-72) 1,485 (1988-91) 1,433 (1998-2002) 1,374 (2003-07) 1,317 (1975-79) 1,268 (2003-07) 1,235 (1998-2001) 1,218 (1972-76) 1,206 (1989-93) 1,189 (2001-05) 1,153 (1993-97) 1,139 (2002-06) 1,107 (1949-53) 1,097 (1994-98) 1,081 (2008-12) 1,078 (1960-63) 1,062 (1981-85) 1,052 (1973-76) 1,048 (1977-81) 1,010 (1998-99, 00-03)

Field Goals Made (Game) 1. Earl Wentzel 20 v. King’s (1/23/52) 2. Earl Wentzel 18 v. Ursinus (2/11/53) Geno Zuecca 18 v. Swarthmore (2/20/63) 4. Lou Stevens 17 v. Johns Hopkins (2/6/88) 5. Dennis James 16 v. Gettysburg (2/25/78)

4. Lou Stevens 31 v. Johns Hopkins (2/6/88) 5. Doug Leamon 29 v. Delaware (12/12/56) Wally Rice 29 v. Swarthmore (2/10/71) Field Goals Attempted (Season) 1. Wally Rice 526 2. Chris Carideo 502 3. Earl Wentzel 491 4. Wally Rice 484 5. Leon Jones 470

(1971-72) (1994-95) (1951-52) (1970-71) (1983-84)

Field Goals Attempted (Career) 1. Chris Carideo 1,698 2. Dennis James 1,608 3. Leon Jones 1,462 4. Lou Stevens 1,461 5. Wally Rice 1,343

(1991-95) (1974-78) (1980-84) (1984-88) (1969-72)

Field Goal Percentage (Game) (min. 9 att.) Kris Clarkson 1.000 (9-9) v. Moravian (2/2/05) Kris Clarkson .917 (11-12) v. Juniata (12/7/02) Kris Clarkson .909 (10-11) v. Susqu. (12/3/05) Jesse Staten .909 (10-11) v. Monmouth (2/23/84) Kris Clarkson .900 (9-10) v. Etown (12/4/02) Kris Clarkson .889 (8-9) v. Messiah (1/14/03) Matt Sheaffer .889 (8-9) v. Etown (12/4/02) Field Goal Percentage (Season) Chris Burke .679 (114-168)

(1983-84)

Field Goal Percentage (Career) Chris Burke .604 (337-558)

(1981-85)

Three-Pointers Made (Game) 1. Casey Stitzel 10 v. Juniata (12/4/04) Three-Pointers Made (Season) 1. Chris Carideo 113 2. Chris Carideo 110 3. Chris Carideo 94 4. Chris Carideo 85 5. Casey Stitzel 79

(1994-95) (1993-94) (1991-92) (1992-93) (2002-03)

Three-Pointers Made (Career) 1. Chris Carideo 402 2. Casey Stitzel 207 3. Dennis Comey 197 4. Frank DeLuca 191 5. Essien Ford 173

(1991-95) (2001-05) (1994-98) (1998-2001) (2003-07)

Three-Pointers Attempted (Game) Chris Carideo 19 v. Saint Joseph’s (1/17/95)

Three-Point Percentage (Season) Casey Stitzel .492 (29-59) Tim Morrissey .468 (29-62) Casey Stitzel .451 (79-175) Matt Sosna .444 (32-72) Bobby Edmunds .435 (27-62) Essien Ford .417 (50-120) Chris Carideo .417 (85-204)

Free Throws Made (Game) 1. Earl Wentzel 20 v. Delaware (1/19/52) 2. Lou Stevens 15 v. Phila. Textile (1/26/87) 3. Bob Csaszar 14 v. Rutgers-Camden (12/10/63) Free Throws Made (Season) 1. Lou Stevens 157 2. Lou DeRogatis 141 3. Lou DeRogatis 132 4. Geno Zuecca 124 5. Lou Stevens 123

(1986-87) (1981-82) (1982-83) (1962-63) (1984-85)

Free Throws Made (Career) 1. Lou Stevens 492 2. Lou DeRogatis 403 3. Mike Siuchta 316 4. Dennis James 299 5. Wally Rice 269

(1984-88) (1979-83) (1998-2002) (1974-78) (1969-72)

Free Throws Attempted (Game) 1. Earl Wentzel 28 v. Delaware (1/19/52) 2. Earl Wentzel 22 v. Delaware (2/7/53) Free Throws Attempted (Season) 1. Kris Clarkson 208 2. Lou DeRogatis 207 3. Lou Stevens 201 4. Lou DeRogatis 179 5. David Kline 178

(2005-06) (1982-83) (1986-87) (1981-82) (1996-97)

Free Throws Attempted (Career) 1. Lou Stevens 673 2. Lou DeRogatis 558 3. Dennis James 452 4. Mike Siuchta 447 5. Wally Rice 400

(1984-88) (1979-83) (1974-78) (1998-2002) (1969-72)

Free Throw Percentage (Season) Chris Carideo .952 (80-84) Casey Stitzel .921 (70-76) Casey Stitzel .864 (63-73) Dave Smith .851 (40-47)

(1991-92) (2003-04) (2002-03) (1979-80)

Free Throw Percentage (Career) Skip McCauley .813 (65-80)

(1966-68)

Field Goals Made (Season) 1. Lou Stevens 251 2. Dennis James 249 3. Wally Rice 237 4. Leon Jones 233 5. Lou DeRogatis 229

(1986-87) (1977-78) (1971-72) (1983-84) (1982-83)

Field Goals Made (Career) 1. Lou Stevens 821 2. Dennis James 795 3. Leon Jones 772 4. Chris Carideo 699 5. Lou DeRogatis 635

Three-Pointers Attempted (Season) 1. Chris Carideo 307 2. Chris Carideo 296 3. Chris Carideo 226 4. Chris Carideo 204 5. Nyere Miller 201

(1984-88) (1974-78) (1980-84) (1991-95) (1979-83)

Three-Pointers Attempted (Career) 1. Chris Carideo 1,033 (1991-95) 2. Dennis Comey 549 (1994-98) 3. Casey Stitzel 513 (2001-05) 4. Essien Ford 490 (2003-07) 5. Mike Siuchta 487 (1998-2002)

Rebounds (Season) 1. Marv Becker 2. Bob Marks 3. Bob Adelmann 4. Mike Studzinski 5. Joe Kelly

Three-Point Percentage (Game) (min. 6 att.) 1. Nyere Miller 1.00 (7-7) v. Arcadia (1/20/09) 2. Tim Morrissey 1.00 (6-6) v. Wilkes (1/7/89)

Rebounds (Career) 1. Dennis James 2. Bob Adelmann

Field Goals Attempted (Game) 1. Earl Wentzel 39 v. King’s (1/23/52) 2. John Dalgaard 34 v. W. Chester (12/11/57) Geno Zuecca 34 v. Swarthmore (2/20/63)

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(1993-94) (1994-95) (1991-92) (1992-93) (2007-08)

(2001-02) (1988-89) (2002-03) (2008-09) (2006-07) (2005-06) (1992-93)

Rebounds (Game) 1. Marv Becker 35 v. Dickinson (1/18/58) Marv Becker 35 v. Drexel (2/14/58) 450 429 415 330 320

(1957-58) (1951-52) (1961-62) (1969-70) (1971-72)

1,112 1,107

(1974-78) (1959-62)

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RECORDS / ALL-TIME COACHES 3. Lou Stevens 4. Mike Studzinski 5. Joe Kelly Assists (Game) 1. Dave Ordilla 2. Mike Donohoe Chris Gardler 4. Greg Olenski Phil Martelli

877 876 824

(1984-88) (1968-70) (1971-73)

15 v. Ursinus (11/30/77) 13 v. Swarthmore (2/4/76) 13 v. Trenton St. (1/8/88) 12 v. Cheyney (2/6/84) 12 v. Monmouth (2/23/74)

Assists (Season) 1. Greg Olenski 2. Mike Donohoe 3. Phil Martelli Mike Donohoe

164 156 151 151

(1984-85) (1977-78) (1974-75) (1975-76)

Assists (Career) 1. Mike Donohoe 2. Chaz Williamson 3. Phil Martelli

506 490 421

(1975-78) (1998-2002) (1972-76)

Blocks (Game) 1. Chris Burke 14 v. Washington (2/16/83) 2. Chris Burke 11 v. Muhlenberg (12/7/83) Blocks (Season) 1. Chris Burke

153

(1983-84)

Blocks (Career) 1. Chris Burke

375

(1981-85)

Steals (Game) 1. Greg Olenski Brian Smith 3. Nyere Miller Nyere Miller Nyere Miller

9 v. Kean (12/28/84) 9 v. Swarthmore (11/15/11) 8 v. Elizabethtown (2/10/07) 8 v. York-PA (11/22/08) 8 v. PSU Brandywine (11/21/08)

Steals (Season) 1, Nyere Miller 2. Chaz Williamson 3. Nyere Miller 4. Kris Clarkson 5. Leon Jones

92 87 85 83 78

(2007-08) (2001-02) (2005-09) (2002-06) (1983-84)

Steals (Career) 1. Chaz Williamson 2. Nyere Miller 3. Dennis Comey 4. Kris Clarkson 5. Bobby Edmunds

259 257 194 193 192

(1998-2002) (2005-09) (1994-98) (2002-06) (2006-10)

Widener All-Americas

Wally Rice...........................................1972 Dennis James............................1977, 1978 Mark Tucker........................................1979 Lou DeRogatis..........................1982, 1983 Leon Jones..........................................1984 Bob Guaglione....................................1985 Lou Stevens.........................................1988 Chris Carideo......................................1995 Kris Clarkson......................................2006 Charles Jones.......................................2009 Perry Wright........................................2012

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Unknown Coach 1905-06......................................................... 4-1 1906-07......................................................... 6-3 1907-08......................................................... 0-2 1910-11......................................................... 3-0 1911-12......................................................... 2-1 1913-14......................................................... 7-1 1914-15......................................................... 2-3 1915-16......................................................... 5-0 1916-17......................................................... 4-6 1917-18......................................................... 0-4 10 seasons...................................... 33-21 (.611) Sydney Pool 1908-09........................................... 9-0 (1.000) Frank Griffin 1912-13............................................. 6-1 (.857) Si Pauxtis 1918-19............................................. 4-7 (.364) Frank Griffin 1919-20......................................................... 6-6 1920-21......................................................... 9-2 2 seasons.......................................... 15-8 (.652) Frank McNichol 1921-22....................................................... 10-3 1922-23......................................................... 9-5 2 seasons.......................................... 19-8 (.704) Lew Martin 1923-24......................................................... 7-6 1924-25......................................................... 6-4 2 seasons........................................ 13-10 (.565) Lon Jourdet 1925-26......................................................... 6-5 1926-27......................................................... 6-9 2 seasons........................................ 12-14 (.462) Jesse Gibney/Pop Elliott 1927-28......................................................... 6-7 1928-29......................................................... 7-8 1929-30....................................................... 10-5 3 seasons........................................ 23-20 (.535) Jud Timm 1930-31......................................................... 9-7 1931-32......................................................... 9-4 1932-33....................................................... 12-5 1933-34......................................................... 9-6 1934-35......................................................... 8-9 1935-36....................................................... 4-13 1937-38....................................................... 7-10 7 seasons........................................ 58-54 (.518) Bill Burk 1936-37............................................. 8-9 (.417) Ziddy Trautwein 1938-39....................................................... 7-10 1939-40....................................................... 8-12 1940-41......................................................... 5-9 1941-42......................................................... 8-7 1942-43......................................................... 7-9 1945-46......................................................... 3-9 6 seasons........................................ 38-56 (.404) Wilmer Fryer 1946-47........................................... 2-14 (.125) Woody Ludwig 1947-48....................................................... 12-9 1948-49....................................................... 16-6 1949-50....................................................... 10-8 1950-51....................................................... 8-11 1951-52....................................................... 15-5 1952-53......................................................... 9-6 6 seasons........................................ 69-44 (.614)

Francis Gallagher 1953-54....................................................... 6-11 1954-55....................................................... 9-10 1955-56....................................................... 8-11 3 seasons........................................ 23-32 (.418) Charles Hall 1957-58....................................................... 8-10 1958-59....................................................... 10-9 1959-60....................................................... 12-8 1960-61....................................................... 7-11 1961-62 (MAC champs)............................... 18-4 1962-63..................................................... 10-12 1963-64....................................................... 5-15 1964-65....................................................... 2-17 8 seasons........................................ 72-86 (.456) C. Alan Rowe 1965-66....................................................... 8-11 1966-67....................................................... 9-11 1967-68....................................................... 13-8 1968-69....................................................... 19-4 1969-70....................................................... 20-6 1970-71..................................................... 15-10 1971-72 (MAC champs, NCAA)................... 19-9 1972-73..................................................... 16-11 1973-74..................................................... 12-12 1974-75 (NCAA)......................................... 19-8 1975-76 (MAC champs, NCAA)................... 22-7 1976-77 (MAC champs, NCAA)................... 20-9 1977-78 (MAC champs, NCAA)................... 26-5 1978-79..................................................... 15-12 1979-80..................................................... 14-12 1980-81..................................................... 16-10 1981-82 (MAC champs, NCAA)................... 23-6 1982-83 (MAC champs, NCAA)................... 21-8 1983-84....................................................... 18-9 1984-85 (MAC champs, NCAA)................... 25-7 1985-86..................................................... 15-12 1986-87 (MAC champs, NCAA)................... 26-4 1987-88..................................................... 13-11 1988-89..................................................... 11-14 1989-90....................................................... 9-16 1990-91..................................................... 12-13 1991-92..................................................... 15-11 1992-93..................................................... 14-12 1993-94..................................................... 11-13 1994-95 (NCAA)......................................... 18-9 1995-96..................................................... 10-13 1996-97 (MAC champs, NCAA)................... 23-6 1997-98....................................................... 9-15 33 seasons.................................. 536-324 (.623) David Duda 1998-99..................................................... 14-11 1999-2000 (MAC champs, NCAA)............... 24-4 2000-01 (CC champs, NCAA)...................... 21-6 2001-02....................................................... 19-8 2002-03..................................................... 11-14 2003-04....................................................... 18-8 2004-05..................................................... 13-11 2005-06 (NCAA)......................................... 23-6 8 seasons...................................... 143-68 (.678) Chris Carideo 2006-07 (CC champs, NCAA).................... 15-13 2007-08 (CC champs, NCAA)...................... 23-6 2008-09 (CC champs, NCAA)...................... 23-6 2009-10..................................................... 13-12 2010-11..................................................... 13-13 2011-12....................................................... 18-8 2012-13....................................................... 6-19 7 seasons...................................... 111-77 (.590) Total...................................... 1194-853 (.583) (103 seasons • 2,047 games)

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HISTORY Celebrating over a century of existence, Widener University’s men’s basketball program has taken its rightful place as one of the nation’s preeminent squads. Boasting over 1,000 victories, nine All-Americas and two Final Four appearances, the program has helped several players to be drafted by the NBA and launch the coaching careers of others. The most recognizable face of Widener basketball, C. Alan Rowe helped put the school on the map during his 33-year tenure as coach (1965-98). The winningest coach in school history in any sport, Rowe amassed a 536-324 record during a span which he guided eight All-Americas. He helped mold a team to two Final Four trips, three Mid-Atlantic Regional titles in the NCAA Tournament and twice ranked as high as second in the nation. Wally Rice, the program’s first All-America, helped then Pennsylvania Military College with the building blocks for what would become a power. He led the Pioneers in 1972 to the school’s first NCAA Tournament berth in what was then known as the College Division before being drafted that year by the Boston Celtics. The arrival of Dennis James in 1974 marked the beginning of the program’s most prolific four-year run. The future Philadelphia 76ers draftee from unheralded Southern High School helped the team to an 87-29 record, the best over a four-year period, and in the process became the program’s first two-time All-America (1977, 1978). The Pioneers made the NCAA Tournament all four of James’ years, including a magical run to the 1978 NCAA final that included a third straight Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division title and a 21-game winning streak. A home victory against Kean secured the team’s first Final Four appearance and Widener upended Stony Brook in the semifinals before bowing to North Park in the title game. Mark Tucker, who would be named All-America in 1979, played a key role on a squad that was assisted by present Saint Joseph’s coach and 1976 Widener alum Phil Martelli. Lou DeRogatis, the program’s most recent two-time All-America, led a new charge that produced NCAA Tournament appearances in 1982 and 1983. Leon Jones was tabbed AllAmerica in 1984 and Bob Guaglione earned the same honor the following year. The 1984-85 season not only produced the school’s second Final Four trip, but it announced the arrival of Lou Stevens as one of the school’s most dynamic players. Stevens was named to the all-tournament team during a run in which Widener topped Lycoming, Scranton and WPI en route to the semifinals. Stevens graduated as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 2,140 points and in 1988 was tabbed All-America as well as the Division III Player of the Year. Stevens also was named MVP of the Mid-Atlantic Regional in 1985 and 1987. The 1994-95 campaign brought the Pioneers back into the NCAA Tournament following an eight-year hiatus and it also was the final year for present head coach Chris Carideo. Named All-America after being picked first team All-MAC four times, he graduated with a then NCAA record 402 three-pointers and a 75-game streak with at least one 3-pointer. He is second in school history with 2,067 points and fourth with 699 baskets. Widener went through its longest drought without an All-America at 11 years before Kris Clarkson helped Widener get back into the national spotlight. The Overbrook HS product arrived in 2002 with Division III talent and graduated with Division I explosiveness. His dominant presence in the paint helped him score 590 points his senior season and be named first team All-America as well as Mid-Atlantic Region Player of the Year. The 2005-06 squad notched the school’s first 20-win season in five years and clinched its first berth in the “Sweet 16” since 1987. The Pioneers held off Catholic in the first round before a stunning 71-69 victory at ninth-ranked York (PA) in the second round. The 2006-07 season produced back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances for the second time in the last 24 years. The run to the show was even more incredible as the newly named Pride won two road games to clinch their first Commonwealth Conference title since 2001. Senior Essien Ford was the hero in both conference tournament tilts. His tying 3-pointer with 9.4 seconds left in regulation propelled Widener to a 91-84 double-overtime semifinal win at Messiah. The Pride in the final at Juniata again rallied from a 14-point deficit and Ford provided the drama, nailing a 3-pointer at the buzzer in a thrilling 63-60 victory. The 2007-08 team did something no other Widener squad ever did, win an NCAA Tournament game in three consecutive years. The Pride rolled to a 23-6 record and, just like in 2007, won two road games in the conference tournament. Widener avenged two regular-season losses against Albright by winning in the semifinals before a victory at Lycoming for the title. A fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament berth and third straight league title were achieved in 2008-09, thanks in large part to All-America and conference Player of the Year Charles Jones. The Pride notched their first home NCAA Tournament win in 12 years in addition to a schoolrecord four straight seasons with a victory in the big dance. Perry Wright became the program’s 11th different player to be named All-American as he also was tabbed 2012 Commonwealth Conference Player of the Year. It marked the third time in seven years Widener had a player named an All-American.

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NCAA Tournament Results (19-19) 1972 (College Division • now Division II) 3/7 v. Philadelphia U. (1R) L 62-67 1975 (Division III) 3/7 v. Scranton (1R) L 55-59 3/8 v. Franklin & Marshall (R3P) W 69-50 1976 v. Mansfield (1R) W 65-54 v. Scranton (RF-16) L 65-70 1977 3/4 v. Scranton (1R) L 51-59 3/5 v. Franklin & Marshall (R3P) L 71-89 1978 3/3 v. Upsala (1R) W 47-39 3/4 v. Slippery Rock (RF-16) W (ot) 63-60 3/10 v. Kean (Q) W 55-49 3/17 v. Stony Brook (S) W 48-38 3/18 v. North Park (F) L 57-69 1982 v. Dickinson (1R) W 61-53 v. Ursinus (RF-16) L 53-63 1983 v. Grove City (1R) W 56-52 v. Scranton (RF-16) L (3ot) 69-74 1985 3/1 v. Lycoming (1R) W 54-52 3/2 v. Scranton (RF-16) W (ot) 55-53 3/9 v. WPI (Q) W 41-38 3/15 v. Potsdam State (S) L 38-54 3/16 v. Nebraska Wesleyan (3P) L 44-48 1987 v. Scranton (1R) W 67-56 v. Franklin & Marshall (RF-16) W 53-50 v. Richard Stockton (Q) L (ot) 65-68 1995 3/2 v. Wilkes (1R) L 60-70 1997 3/6 v. Dickinson (1R) W 70-62 3/8 v. Salisbury (2R) L 65-77 2000 3/4 v. Franklin & Marshall (2R) L 62-65 2001 3/3 v. Catholic (2R) L 67-69 2006 3/3 v. Catholic (1R) W 61-59 3/4 v. York-PA (2R) W 71-69 3/10 v. William Paterson (SS-16) L 45-52 2007 3/1 v. King’s (1R) W 76-63 3/3 v. Amherst (2R) L 70-87 2008 3/7 v. Averett (1R) W 87-78 3/8 v. St. Mary’s-MD (2R) L 74-83 2009 3/6 v. VA Wesleyan (1R) W 74-66 3/7 v. Salem State (2R) L 67-69 (1R) First Round, (2R) Second Round, (R3P) Regional Third-Place, (SS) Sectional Semifinals, (RF) Regional Final, (Q) Quarterfinals, (S) Semifinals, (3P) Third-Place Game, (F) Final

All-Tournament Teams

Dennis James Lou Stevens

1978 1985

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Widener Tip-Off for Autism Awareness Widener vs. Berkeley College Delaware Valley vs. Rowan Consolation/Championship Cairn Hamilton Invitational (Hamilton, NY) vs. Utica vs. D’Youville/Hamilton vs. Cabrini (Coaches vs. Cancer in Aston, PA) at Elizabethtown * Lebanon Valley * Albright * Swarthmore at Stevenson * Arcadia * Lycoming * at Alvernia * Hood * Messiah * at Albright * at Lebanon Valley * at Lycoming * Stevenson * at Hood * Elizabethtown * Alvernia * at Messiah * at Arcadia * Commonwealth Conference First Round Commonwealth Conference Semifinals Commonwealth Conference Final

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