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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DC BASKETBALL 2011-2012 74 WINNING SEASONS • 34 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES • 26 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 23 ALL-AMERICANS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOURTH-YEAR HEAD COACH, KYLE BRUMETT, HAS HIS EYES SET ON LEADING DEFIANCE TO ITS 27TH CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP IN PROGRAM HISTORY.

Table of Contents / Credits .......................................................................... 1 2011-2012 DC Men’s Basketball Quick Facts ............................................. 2 This is Defiance College ............................................................................... 4 Letter From President Gordon ..................................................................... 4 DC in the Community ................................................................................... 5 Athletics Staff ................................................................................................ 6 Athletics Facilities ...................................................................................... 10 Purple and Gold Club ................................................................................. 11 DC Athletics Philosophy ............................................................................ 12 Alumni Varsity ‘D’ ................................................................................... 12-13 Coaching Staff ........................................................................................ 16-17 Kyle Brumett - Head Coach ................................................................ 16 Pat Sullivan - Assistant Coach ........................................................... 17 Nate Conley - Assistant Coach ........................................................... 17 Nick Sales - Assistant Coach ............................................................. 17 2011-2012 Roster ......................................................................................... 18 2011-2012 Pronunciation Guide ................................................................. 18 2011-2012 Season Outlook .................................................................... 20-21 Scoresheet .............................................................................................. 22-23 Meet the 2011-2012 Yellow Jackets ...................................................... 26-33 Kyle Tietje, Brandon Hoke .................................................................. 26 Anthony Brown, Kevin Tietje .............................................................. 27 Justin Morris, Logan Wolfrum ............................................................. 28 Leroy Lewis, Ryan Hicks .................................................................... 29 Brandon Ray, Marcus Dunlap, Mason Roth ....................................... 30 Travis Schomaeker, Brock Homier, Dominique Neely, Drew Frizell .......... 31 Jeff Hugan, Anthony Barnum, Kent Tietje, Devin Weatherly ............... 32 Michael Vanderkolk, Darrell Chapman, Tanner Prible, Marques Holmes .......... 33 2010-2011 Season in Review ...................................................................... 37 DC Men’s Basketball History ................................................................ 38-42 Postseason Honors ............................................................................ 38 Team Records .................................................................................... 39 Season Records ................................................................................. 40 Career Records .................................................................................. 41 All-Time Series Records ..................................................................... 42 Index of Sponsors ....................................................................................... 44 2011-2012 Team Photo ................................................................ Back Cover

CREDITS

CREDITS The 2011-2012 Defiance College men’s basketball media guide was written and produced by DC Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Information, Seth Mikel, using Adobe InDesign CS3 and Photoshop CS3 software. A special thanks to the entire DC men’s basketball coaching staff, Robby Hamman, David Snider, Keely Mikel and all former members of the DC sports information staff for their assistance with this publication.

The 2011-2012 men’s basketball media guide front cover features DC’s five seniors, Kyle Tietje, Justin Morris, Kevin Tietje, Anthony Brown and Brandon Hoke.

The media guide was edited by Seth Mikel and printed by The Hubbard Company. Photos were provided by the DC Photo Team. Information included in this publication is current through November 9, 2011.

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QUICK FACTS

JACKETS HAVE AVERAGED 18 WINS PER SEASON OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS

GENERAL INFORMATION

MEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY

School: ...................................................... Defiance College Address: ............................................. 701 N. Clinton Street ............................................................. Defiance, OH, 43512 Founded: ...................................................................... 1850 Enrollment: .................................................................. 1,070 Nickname / Mascot: ...................................... Yellow Jackets School Colors: ........................................... Purple and Gold Athletics Website: .................... www.DefianceAthletics.com Arena: ........................... Karl H. Weaner Community Center Capacity: ..................................................................... 1,800 Affiliation: .................................................. NCAA Division III Conference: ........ Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference President: ................................................... Mark C. Gordon Director of Athletics: ...................................... Jenni Morrison Athletic Department Phone: ........................... 419-783-2342 Athletic Department Fax: ............................... 419-783-2369

First Year: ............................................................ 1904-1905 All-Time Record: ........................................ 1,320-841 (.611) Conference Championships: ........................................... 26 Postseason Appearances: ............................................... 34 Last Postseason Appearance: ............................ 2009-2010

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Director / Men’s Basketball Contact: .................. Seth Mikel Office Phone: ................................................. 419-783-2566 Office Fax: ..................................................... 419-783-2369 SID Email: .......................................... smikel@defiance.edu Assistant Director: ..................................... Robby Hamman Office Phone: ................................................. 419-783-2381 Email: ............................................ rhamman@defiance.edu Assistant Director: ........................................... David Snider Office Phone: ................................................. 419-783-2381 Email: ............................................... dsnider@defiance.edu Press Row Phone: ......................................... 704-477-1797

BROADCAST INFORMATION Webcast Link: ................ www.DefianceAthletics.com/video Play-by-Play Announcer: ............................ Jim Funderburg Color Analyst: ................................................... Jim Bellamy Office Phone: ................................................. 419-553-0587 Broadcast Company: ................................... FJ Productions

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: .................................................... Kyle Brumett Alma Mater, Year: ........................... Hanover College, 1998 Record at Defiance (Seasons): .......................... 54-27 (4th) Career Record (Seasons): .................................. 87-49 (6th) Office Phone: ................................................. 419-783-2346 Email: ............................................. kbrumett@defiance.edu Assistant Coach: ............................................... Pat Sullivan Alma Mater, Year: ........................ Denison University, 2009 Office Phone: ................................................. 419-783-2554 Email: ............................................. psullivan@defiance.edu Assistant Coach: .............................................. Nate Conley Alma Mater, Year: ........................... Defiance College, 2010 Office Phone: ................................................. 419-783-2384 Email: .............................................. nconley@defiance.edu Assistant Coach: ................................................. Nick Sales Alma Mater, Year: ........................... Defiance College, 2010 Office Phone: ................................................. 419-783-2372 Email: ................................................ nsales@defiance.edu

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TEAM INFORMATION 2010-2011 Overall Record: .......................................... 13-12 2010-2011 HCAC Record (Finish): ........................ 8-10 (7th) Starters Returning / Lost: ............................................... 5 / 0 Lettermen Returning / Lost: ........................................... 9 / 7 Newcomers: ...................................................................... 14 Key Returners No. 5 22 24 25 30 33

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

Pos. F G G F F G

Name Kyle Tietje Leroy Lewis Anthony Brown Ryan Hicks Kevin Tietje Logan Wolfrum

2010-2011 Stats 24 gp, 10 gs, 7.8 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 49.3 fg% 23 gp, 16 gs, 7.1 ppg, 2.0 apg, 2.9 rpg 25 gp, 21 gs, 14.8 ppg, 36.6 3-pt%, 92.5 ft% 25 gp, 17 gs, 8.3 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 0.9 bpg 25 gp, 20 gs, 7.3 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 51.4 fg% 25 gp, 24 gs, 21.6 ppg, 5.3 apg, 5.0 rpg, 1.1 spg

2011-2012 SCHEDULE

Date Opponent 11-15 at Kalamazoo 11-18 at Wooster ^ 11-19 vs Ohio Wesleyan ^ 11-22 OHIO NORTHERN 11-30 ANDERSON * 12-3 ROSE-HULMAN * 12-10 at Hanover * 12-14 at Adrian 12-17 at Franklin * 12-29 KNOX # 12-30 TBD # 1-4 at Bluffton * 1-7 TRANSYLVANIA * 1-11 at Manchester * 1-14 at Mt. St. Joseph * 1-18 EARLHAM * 1-21 HANOVER * 1-25 at Anderson * 1-28 at Transylvania * 2-1 MANCHESTER * 2-4 MT. ST. JOSEPH * 2-8 at Earlham * 2-11 at Rose-Hulman * 2-15 BLUFFTON * 2-18 FRANKLIN * 2-24/26 at HCAC Tournament

Location Time Kalamazoo, Mich. 7:00 pm Wooster, Ohio 8:00 pm Wooster, Ohio 6:00 pm DEFIANCE 7:30 pm DEFIANCE 7:30 pm DEFIANCE 3:00 pm Hanover, Ind. 3:00 pm Adrian, Mich. 6:00 pm Franklin, Ind. 4:00 pm DEFIANCE 7:00 pm DEFIANCE 5/7:00 pm Bluffton, Ohio 7:30 pm DEFIANCE 3:00 pm N. Manchester, Ind. 7:30 pm Cincinnati, Ohio 4:00 pm DEFIANCE 7:30 pm DEFIANCE 3:00 pm Anderson, Ind. 7:30 pm Lexington, Ky. 3:00 pm DEFIANCE 7:30 pm DEFIANCE 4:00 pm Richmond, Ind. 7:30 pm Terre Haute, Ind. 3:00 pm DEFIANCE 7:30 pm DEFIANCE 4:00 pm TBD TBD

^ HCAC/NCAC Tip-Off Classic # Purple and Gold Tournament * Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Game BOLD CAPS DENOTE HOME GAMES

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THIS IS DEFIANCE

JACKETS HAVE AVERAGED 18 WINS PER SEASON OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS

THIS IS DEFIANCE COLLEGE Defiance College, founded in 1850, is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the United Church of Christ, providing outstanding academic programs and co-curricular activities for a student body of nearly 1,100 students.

Dear Fellow Defiance College Fan,

Building on a strong foundation of more than a century of educating citizens for lives of leadership and service, Defiance College provides opportunities for its students to make a meaningful impact on society in the twenty-first century with an educational experience of engagement.

We hope that while you are with us today, you will have the opportunity to explore as many parts of Defiance College as possible and that you will share in the excitement about DC continuing to grow around the nation. This year’s entering freshman class is the largest in recent memory. During the past year, we have seen significant increases in applications, with particular increases in applications from outside Ohio, as we become more and more a college with national reach and scope. In fact, this past year, more than half of the students applying to DC came from outside Ohio, representing 48 states and territories.

The Princeton Review features Defiance College in Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement. Defiance College has been named for five-consecutive years to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for its commitment to community service, and for the past two years DC has been named a Military Friendly School for providing significant benefits and services to veterans. Defiance College is also one of 119 U.S. colleges and universities selected by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to receive its Community Engagement Classification. The McMaster School for Advancing Humanity was created to provide opportunities for DC undergraduate students and faculty to more closely examine global issues and how they affect the human condition. Faculty and students conducted projects during the 2010-2011 year in Belize, Cambodia and New Orleans. The School serves as the umbrella for the Service Leadership Program developing leadership communication, conflict resolution and cultural awareness; the Carolyn M. Small Honors Program providing opportunities for students to participate in an honors curriculum; and Project 701, a student-run nonprofit organization. Defiance College offers students a world of opportunities to enhance their academic experience, from cultural visits in world-class cities across the continent, to international trips through the DC Global program, all of which open minds to new ideas and cultures and provide insights to help in competition for jobs and graduate school placement. Defiance College is also home of the Hench Autism Studies Program, an innovative, multi-faceted program designed to specifically address the late adolescent years and the transition of individuals with autism to adulthood. Student life is an important part of a Defiance College education. Activities include student government, musical and theater groups, religious organizations, intercultural organizations, honor societies, special interest groups, intramural athletics, and four Greek chapters including a service fraternity. As a national leader in the field of service learning and engagement, DC teaches students to take the knowledge they have gained and use it to change lives for the better – in their communities, in distant villages, and in their careers. Approximately 10,000 men and women across the globe claim Defiance College as their alma mater, and they excel in all walks of life.

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WELCOME TO DEFIANCE

We Wish A Great Sports Season to the Yellow Jackets!

The entire Defiance College family joins me in welcoming you to our campus and to today’s game.

Why are students traveling from all around the United States (and other countries as well) to attend DC? I think it is because Defiance College offers students the best of all worlds. At DC, students get the individualized benefits of a student-centered, small college, but they also get a world of opportunities beyond. Let me explain. As a small college, DC works to help students grow as people, providing individualized attention in the classroom, the guidance of Personal Success Plans, mentoring, and assistance geared to the challenges and potential of each student. DC provides this in a rural, caring, and supportive setting, thereby enabling students to challenge themselves in new ways and grow as individuals, leaders, and citizens committed to service. At the same time, however, through a broad array of curricular and extra-curricular activities, DC opens to students an entire world of opportunities, helping students to develop a distinctive Defiance College Resume that will enable them to stand out in the job market and when applying to graduate schools. From a broad-based liberal arts education; innovative programs that link what goes on in the classroom with the realities of the outside world and give students distinctive hands-on experience in their relevant fields; international and domestic travel opportunities; exposure to diverse cultural experiences; the use of technologies to bring the world into the classroom in Defiance; and unique service and research opportunities, DC aims to give students the tools they need to become life-long learners and to make distinctive contributions to a changing world. While you are enjoying today’s events on campus, I hope you will have an opportunity to get to know some of our students individually. They are a wonderful group, with incredible potential. I very much enjoy being part of the Defiance College family with them, as they bring excitement, energy, fresh perspectives, and commitment to service – to name just a few of their many attributes. I want to thank our entire team, including players, coaches, trainers and staff, for the great work they do every day and the numerous ways in which they go “above and beyond” on a regular basis. I also want to thank our alumni, the parents of our athletes, and the various organizations, all of whom donate generously to our athletic programs. Members of the Defiance College Board of Trustees, the Purple and Gold Club, and the Alumni Varsity ‘D” all contribute immeasurably as well, both as individuals and through their organizations. And the incomparable faculty at DC, together with extremely dedicated administrators and staff, all combine to make DC the special place that it is. We are pleased to have you as our guest at DC today, and I hope that you will return to campus frequently for both sporting events and the numerous cultural and academic events we are so proud to host. Go Jackets! Sincerely, Mark C. Gordon, President

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IN THE COMMUNITY

DC BASKETBALL 2011-2012 74 WINNING SEASONS • 34 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES • 26 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 23 ALL-AMERICANS

The Defiance College men’s basketball team spent one week in Jamaica in May as part of a service project with Christian Service International. The experience resulted in fresh perspectives and lasting memories for those fortunate enough to have participated. The Yellow Jackets departed for Jamaica from Columbus, Ohio, and returned seven days later with a changed outlook on life. The impact did not come from the excitement of visiting a new country or the fun of relaxing on the beach, but from the relationships forged and the life lessons learned. “I am really pleased with the way the trip went,” remarked head coach Kyle Brumett. “I am proud of how the players took advantage of this opportunity and embraced the experience. It is obvious to me that they have all grown tremendously from it.” Brumett added, “For me personally, this was an amazing week. I enjoyed spending the time with my players in a non-basketball setting but I also really came to appreciate the people of Jamaica. I feel we have all learned quite a bit and my hope is that we take this new outlook and apply it to our own lives.” “My experience in Jamaica has been life changing,” said junior Logan Wolfrum. “The trip presented me with my first time flying, first time out of the United States and my first mission trip, but it was about the people of Jamaica and making connections. These kids changed my life forever and I will never forget about them.” Senior Anthony Brown reflected on how taking the opportunity to serve allowed him to come back with a new outlook on his life by saying, “It is a very humbling experience to serve someone less fortunate than you and to try to make their life a little better. I learned to be thankful and appreciative for the blessings God has given me.” The group’s service work took place primarily at St. Mary Technical High School, where members of the team painted the interior and exterior of a wing of the school and led physical education courses with the Jamaican students. The DC group taught the students how to play basketball and learned how to play cricket, while also playing several soccer matches with the students. DC staff and administrators also spent part of the week conducting projects at Belfield Basic School and Marymount High School. “Going to Jamaica was an amazing experience that allowed us to strengthen relationships with each other, new friends and most importantly with God,” said senior Kyle Tietje. “Talking with the students of Jamaica brought to light the many similarities we have, while also highlighting some of the differences. One of the biggest differences was the lack of opportunities those students have compared to those in my life. It really made me appreciate everything much more and made me determined to take better advantage of all that is offered to me. This trip has made a lasting impact on the way that I will choose to live my life.” Kyle’s twin brother and fellow senior Kevin echoed those sentiments by saying, “Seeing how the people of Jamaica live and the way that they appreciate every opportunity showed the rest of us how lucky we truly are. This trip put a lot of things into perspective for me.” Kevin’s final thought was shared by the rest of the DC group, “I am very grateful for the opportunity to have done this.” In addition to the Jamaica trip, the team has also conducted recent service projects with Special Olympics in Columbus and a 5K walk/run for Sunshine Inc. of Toledo, and given assistance with remodeling of St. John Lutheran Church in Defiance.

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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

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ATHLETICS FACILITIES Yellow Jacket basketball utilizes several facilities on the Defiance College campus. Whether the team is competing against an HCAC rival at the Karl H. Weaner Community Center, or eating a pregame meal at the Serrick Campus Center, Defiance College coaches, administration and staff are devoted to providing the squad with the best facilities possible. The Weaner Center supplies a classic basketball atmosphere for the always exciting games with an adjacent training room, locker rooms, team room and pressbox. The Smart Fitness Center allows the Yellow Jackets to train on state-of-theart cardiovascular equipment, as well as free-weight and Nautilus machines. The team also includes the McMaster Center gymnasium and weight room in its regular practice routine. DC has also started construction on an 84,000 square-foot field house that is set to open at the end of the 2011 year. The multi-purpose floor will provide additional training areas for all 21 varsity athletic programs at Defiance, while the McMaster Center weight room and Smart Fitness Center will be moved to the new facility to provide the campus with a fitness and recreational hub.

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The Purple and Gold Club Inc. was founded in the early 1970's by Defiance community members who wanted to do something extra for all the studentathletes at Defiance College. Since its inception, the club has continually grown and has exceeded 225 members. The club serves to provide both financial assistance and personal support for the entire athletics department. For over 35 years, the supporters of the Purple and Gold Club have made Defiance College a better experience for all of the student-athletes. Please call (419) 783-2342 to join or renew your membership for the 2011-2012 school year! PLATINUM MEMBERS - $200 or above -Two all-sports passes ... One P&G logo item ... One parking pass for all home athletic events ... Recognition in selected DC athletics publications ... Media guides for football and basketball ... First opportunity to buy NCAA post-season tickets. GOLD MEMBERS - $125 or above -One all-sports pass ... One P&G logo item ... One parking pass for all home athletic events ... Recognition in selected DC athletics publications ... Media guides for football and basketball ... First opportunity to buy NCAA post-season tickets. PURPLE MEMBERS - $75 or above -One all-sports pass ... One parking pass for all home athletic events ... Recognition in selected DC athletics publications ... Media guide for football and basketball. JACKET MEMBERS - $50 or above -One parking pass for home athletic events ... Recognition in selected DC athletics publications ... Media guides for football and basketball. Over the past several years, an average of $20,000 has been provided to the DC Athletics Department by the P&G Club.

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ALUMNI VARSITY ‘D’

Alumni Varsity ‘D’ is an organization comprised of all former Yellow Jacket letterwinners. The goals of the Alumni Varsity ‘D’ are: - Further promote athletics at Defiance College - Coordinate the spirit of the Alumni Varsity ‘D’ letterwinners with that of the DC athletics program - Help stimulate a better relationship among athletes’ parents, friends of the College and the DC athletics program - Aid the athletics staff in the recruitment of student-athletes - Maintain a close relationship among DC student-athletes - Sponsor the DC Athletics Hall of Fame, Coach-of-the-Year and Honorary Letterman programs

As Alumni Varsity ‘D’ contributors, we join together to do great things. AVD has contributed over $30,000 this past year to support the special needs of our athletic department. Below are just a few of the projects supported by AVD in the last ten years. - $10,000 toward the new field house weight room - $10,000 for new lighting in the gym - $18,000 for weight room equipment - $8,000 for the softball diamond - $5,500 for the baseball press box - $3,000 for new ticket booths at the football stadium - $4,000 for a new 40-pound washer for the field house

- $7,500 for locker rooms for men’s and women’s soccer - $10,000 for the new softball field press box - $10,000 to refinish and paint floors in the Weaner Center - $10,000 to purchase new seating for soccer field - $10,000 to refurbish the Hohenberger Lounge - $25,000 to go toward our field house pledge of $100,000

Your contributions go directly toward helping current student-athletes at Defiance College. Be a part of the AVD annual giving program and make a difference today! Call Alumni Relations at (419) 783-2572 for more information, or visit the Defiance College Alumni Varsity ‘D’ website at http://alumni.defiance.edu and click the Alumni Varsity ‘D’ tab in the lower portion of the left column.

JEFF BOULTON 2011 HALL-OF-FAME INDUCTEE

STANLEY MEINEN 2011 HALL-OF-FAME INDUCTEE

TAMMY PARKER 2011 HALL-OF-FAME INDUCTEE

WALTER TURNER 2011 HALL-OF-FAME INDUCTEE

DEFIANCE COLLEGE ATHLETICS PHILOSOPHY

The Defiance College intercollegiate athletics program serves as a window of opportunity for all prospective student-athletes to experience an extra-curricular educational and physical activity that fits within the general mission of the college to develop the whole person. The student-athlete will be exposed to a variety of opportunities for personal growth in the areas of intellectual, emotional, spiritual, social and physical dimensions as it relates to each individual and their respective sport. The student-athlete, as a team member, will be involved in a learning community that will strive for excellence both on the field and in the classroom while maintaining a dignity of fair play and continued emphasis on positive sportsmanship. Jointly, the coaches and student-athletes will build an engaged environment that will accentuate the learning process not only within the competitive arena but also within the college campus

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and the community as a whole. An emphasis will be placed on the impact of participation and personal growth, rather than scoreboard success, in a balanced sports program where equitable sports opportunities will be available to both genders. The student-athletes of Defiance College choose to participate in the intercollegiate athletics program for a variety of reasons but none of which includes athletic related financial aid or the promise of financial security through professional athletic stardom. Through participation in the intercollegiate athletics program, a studentathlete continues to compete for the love of sport, the thrill of competition and the fulfillment of countless intrinsic values. The Defiance College intercollegiate athletics program strives to be an integral and cohesive part of the collegiate learning and living process, appropriately well suited to co-exist with the Defiance College mission statement…to know, to lead, to serve and to understand.

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ALUMNI VARSITY ‘D’

74 WINNING SEASONS • 34 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES • 26 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 23 ALL-AMERICANS

ALUMNI VARSITY ‘D’ HALL OF FAME

1974

Dr. Dennis D. Bell, 1947 Leighton Conkey, 1925 Victor Fowler, 1933 Merle A. McDonald, 1948 Gilbert Smith, 1928 Olan Smith, 1946 Charles Hemlein, 1918

1984

Frederick W. Bennetts C. Bruce Derricotte, 1950 Robert R. Diller, 1949 George M. Smart, 1967

1985

1975

Frederick G. Fox, 1929 Charles A. Koch, 1960 John G. Manchester, 1941

1976

Jose M. Arellano, 1967 Dr. James F. Ladd, 1958 Roger Merb (Coach 1967-70)

Joseph Bowers, 1932 Dr. Charles Krouse, 1943 Howard Scheurman, 1926

1986

Fred J. Brown, 1922 Richard M. Small, 1949 Fred Thompson, 1911

1978

Lloyd E. Geer, 1931 Lavon “Ed” Rex Vernon C. Snyder, 1950

1980

R. Donnell Cathey, 1965 Dr. Ralph H. Geer, 1930 Dallas J. Gisler, 1933 Dick Lord, 1943

1981

Benjamin F. Davis, 1967 Charles “Skip” Vosler, 1966 Raymond R. Etzler, 1963

1989

Cletus E. Dreher, 1950 Lowell E. Gingrich, 1940 Larry R. Papenfuss, 1981 Patricia A. Peter, 1971

1990

Virgil M. Feeney, 1940 Larry Holden, 1970 Joyce D. Anderson, 1966 Paul Yoder, 1959

1991

Carol A. Anderson (Coach) Emmett Clinton Dix II, 1971 Donald B. Dunham, 1938 Paul E. Ladd, 1961 Lester H. Hale, 1934

1982

1992

Martin A. Baumhower, 1963 Blaine P. Dowler, 1943 Obed H. May, 1920 Kirk Mee, III (Coach - 1963-66)

Marv Hohenberger Howard E. Meyer, 1958 David Al Polzin, 1971 Howard W. Spicer, 1950

1983

Raymond (Bill) Rex, 1938 Dr. Victor Rowen (Coach - 1951-54) Olen J. Slough, 1932 Dr. Jack P. Yager, 1943

1988

Kendall K. Bush, 1974 John M. Decker, 1971 James J. Mains, Jr., 1940 Vicki L. Martinich, 1979

Robert H. Deitrick, 1960 Jerry D. Griffith, 1970 Duane C. Hocking Robert A. Martin, 1976

R. Jack Behringer, 1949 O. Dudley Ebersole, 1932 Thomas J. Grzywinski, 1963 C. Leslie James, 1926

1996

1987

Bruce Baer, 1974 Carlin B. Carpenter, 1964 Clare Fahrer, 1935 Robert P. Heischman, 1936

1979

1995

James W. Arnzen, 1980 Thomas F. Bauerle, 1970 Howard D. Johnson, 1970 Paul R. Ondrus, 1971 James D. Amstutz, 1972 Alan R. Moore, 1959 Christine M. Slattery, 1979 Lori B. Ward, 1986

Roger D. Eicher, 1956 Lowell L. Snider, 1959 Ray Sumpter, 1951 John T. Szabo, 1960

1977

Dr. Michael D. Craden, 1960 William A. Pellington, 1951 Dr. Charles F. Wahl, 1949

1994

Thomas P. Herman, 1966 Dennis M. Kidwell, 1969 Norman Krueckeberg, 1965 Walter C. Zverina, 1958

1993

Ltc. Michael E. Hittle, 1973 Dan J. Kline, 1968 Deryll Rohda, 1977 Howard W. Spicer, 1950

1997

2003

Denise Bierly, 1990 Jerry Futrell, 1980 Martha Litherland (Coach - 1979-87) Mitchell Naufel, 1981 Ronald Tisdale, 1977

2004

Lawrence “Renz” Bowers, 1933 Kirsten Meyer, 1976 Mark Meyer, 1979 Brent Renollet, 1986 Cathy (Robinson) Rohr, 1980

2005

Deborah (Shreve) Baringer, 1973 Tracy (Hanson) Beck, 1985 Michael S. Burke, 1974 Sheri (Plassman) Kovaleski, 1984 Michael R. Snyder, 1964

2006

1998

Randy Buchman (Coach - 1964-69) Cindy Elliott (Coach - 1983-94) Dan Renftle, 1985 Ed Roeth, 1971 Noel Underwood, 1957

1999

Pam Borton, 1987 Michael England, 1974 Robin Harris, 1980

Dennis Bostelman, 1988 Don F. Canfield, 1950 Joseph F. Dawson, 1950 Kenneth R. Rollins, 1956

2000

Connie S. Collier, 1981 Gary L. Evans, 1970 James A. Glase, 1970 Martha E. Mallott, 1981 Darcy M. Robinson, 1983

2001

Russell E. Glenn, 1954 A. Bernard (Bernie) Hatch, 1953 Kathy E. (Elliott) Krygier, 1973 Paul D. Yon, 1970 Linda (Laughrey) Zelms, 1971

2002

Elmo Faiella, 1953 Kevin Finfrock, 1986 Marcia (Burton) House, 1982 Holland Huss, 1951 Frank Lantz, Jr., 1968

2007

2008

Doug Murray, 1983 Marv Retcher, 1972 Patricia Schwiebert, 1984 George Stockman, 1957

2009

Cindy (Youtsey) Conner, 1992 David Scott, 1973 Mark Shine, 1974 Michael Wright, 1972

2010

Rodger Geren, 1969 Timothy Lee, 1976 Tami (Moser) Lupton, 1998 Steven Wilkin, 1975

2011

Jeff Boulton, 1984 Stanley Meinen, 1985 Tammy Parker, 1987 Walter Turner, 1982

ALUMNI VARSITY ‘D’ EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS David Polzin, 1971 - President Annette Hoeffel, 1999 - Vice President Mike Snyder, 1964 - Past President

Mark Miller, 1981 Marv Retcher, 1972 Jim Treece, 1957 Paul Yon, 1970

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KYLE BRUMETT

HEAD COACH / FOURTH YEAR (419) 783-2346 / KBRUMETT@DEFIANCE.EDU Kyle Brumett is in his fourth season as the head coach for the men’s basketball program at Defiance College, after taking over the post on May 19, 2008. The first three years of Brumett’s tenure with the Purple and Gold have been rich with accomplishments and accolades for the program that has now posted a winning record in fivestraight seasons. Brumett boasts a 54-27 overall record with the Yellow Jackets and his .667 winning percentage at Defiance marks the second highest career winning percentage of any coach in program history. His DC squads have been especially tough to beat on the home planks, where Defiance is 30-8 inside the Karl H. Weaner Community Center during the Brumett era. In 2009-2010 Brumett guided DC to one of the finest seasons in school history, as its 23-6 clip gave Defiance its best single-season record and highest win total of the program’s NCAA Division III era. The Jackets got off to their best start since 1973 and rolled to the program’s 1,300th victory in school history, 15th 20-win season, 26th conference championship, fourth NCAA Tournament appearance and 34th postseason berth.

seed, before logging three-straight road victories over the top-three teams in the league to claim the title. The impressive tournament run concluded with a thrilling, 82-77, overtime victory over the top-seeded Aurora squad. Along with his time as the Lakeland head coach, Brumett has also worked the sidelines for 11 years combined as an assistant coach, or student assistant for three different programs in the collegiate ranks. Prior to accepting his first collegiate head coaching stint at Lakeland, Brumett spent seven years as the top assistant at DePauw University. The Indiana native helped the Tigers to a 121-62 record, three Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships and an appearance in the 20012002 NCAA Division III Tournament’s Elite Eight. Brumett also spent time at the University of Southern Indiana during the 1998-1999 campaign, where he assisted former Tennessee head coach Bruce Pearl. The Eagles posted a 26-6 record and were the top-ranked team in NCAA Division II throughout the majority of the year. The Hanover College graduate got his coaching career started by serving as a student assistant coach for the Panthers when his playing career came to an end under HC’s legendary head coach Mike Beitzel. Brumett graduated from Hanover with a degree in physical education in 1998, before earning a master’s degree in recreation and sport management from Indiana State University in 2004. He and his wife, Steffanie, have a four-year old son, Leon Maxwell and a one-year old son, Marcus David.

The conference title came via a thrilling, 70-65, victory against the top-seeded Anderson Ravens in the championship game of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament. The win capped an eight-game win streak that sent the Jackets into the NCAA Tournament, where they fell, 75-71, against No. 8 UW-Whitewater in the opening round. Brumett has already coached 10 Yellow Jackets to All-HCAC honors in just three years, and saw Nick Sales named as the HCAC Player of the Year and an Honorable Mention AllAmerican following the 2009-2010 campaign. Brumett has also helped one of his athletes be named all-region in each of his three seasons at Defiance, as Anthony Pettaway accomplished the feat in 2009, with Sales doing so in 2010 and Logan Wolfrum following in 2011. Brumett came to Defiance after leading his Lakeland College squad to a 33-22 record and a 2008 Northern Athletics Conference Tournament Championship during his two-year stint with the Muskies. Brumett guided Lakeland to a 17-11 record during the 20072008 campaign and entered the NAC Tournament as the sixth

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PAT SULLIVAN

ASSISTANT COACH / THIRD YEAR (419) 783-2554 / PSULLIVAN@DEFIANCE.EDU The 2011-2012 season will be the third for Pat Sullivan as a member of the Yellow Jacket coaching staff. Sullivan is also beginning his first year as an assistant coach for the DC men’s golf program and will start his tenure as an academic support coordinator for Defiance College.

assists en route to being named Honorable Mention All-North Coast Athletic Conference as a junior, before starting all 26 games as a team captain during his senior campaign.

Sullivan came to DC after graduating from Denison in the spring of 2009 with a degree in economics and communication. During his time with the Big Red, Sullivan spent four years as a member of the men’s basketball team and played two seasons on the men’s soccer squad.

Along with his time on the court, Sullivan spent three years on the Denison Student-Athlete Advisory Council and was a member of the academic Dean’s List.

The Loveland, Ohio, native excelled on the planks for Denison as a threeyear starter at the point guard position. Sullivan led Denison in points and

Since joining the Yellow Jackets in 2009-2010, Sullivan earned a master’s degree in education and has helped guide the DC men’s basketball program to a 36-18 record, an appearance in the 2010 NCAA National Tournament and the 26th conference championship on the hardwood.

NATE CONLEY

ASSISTANT COACH / SECOND YEAR (419) 783-2384 / CONLEY@DEFIANCE.EDU The 2011-2012 year will mark the second for Nate Conley as an assistant coach for the Defiance College men’s basketball program. Conley graduated from DC, after completing a four-year career on the planks with the Jackets. Conley earned a degree in mathematics in 2010 from Defiance and is beginning his coaching career with the Jackets, while working towards a master’s degree in education. During his time on staff, Conley will specialize his efforts with the post players, while also assisting with recruiting and working as the team’s primary strength and conditioning coordinator. Prior to making the transition to the coaching ranks, Conley rounded out

his playing career by starting all 29 games during the memorable 20092010 season for Defiance. The Fort Wayne, Ind., native set career-highs in nearly every category, while helping Defiance (23-6) to its highest win total in its NCAA Division III tenure, the 26th conference championship in program history and its first appearance in the NCAA D-III National Tournament since 2001. Conley was part of Defiance’s historic six-man senior class that set a program record with 77 career victories in the school’s Division III era, while also collecting a pair of HCAC Championships and one NCAA Tournament bid.

NICK SALES

ASSISTANT COACH / FIRST YEAR (419) 783-2372 / NSALES@DEFIANCE.EDU Nick Sales returns to the DC men’s basketball program as an assistant coach in 2011-2012, after a spectacular four-year career for the Purple and Gold that saw him become the 23rd All-American in program history. Sales graduated from DC in 2010 with a degree in sport management and a minor in recreation and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in education, while also working in the retention office at Defiance College. During his four-year career with the Yellow Jackets, Sales etched his name throughout the record books, racking up 1,383 points, 833 rebounds, 79 blocks

and a program-record 60.5 career field goal percentage. The three-time AllHeartland Collegiate Athletic Conference performer was named HCAC Player of the Year, First-Team All-Midwest District and All-American as a senior, after leading the Jackets to a 23-6 campaign, the HCAC Championship and a berth into the NCAA Tournament. Sales began his coaching career during the 2010-2011 season at Albion. During his tenure as an assistant coach with the Britons, Sales served as the head coach of the junior varsity squad and handled recruiting and video exchange.

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Back Row (L to R): Head Coach Kyle Brumett, Assistant Coach Pat Sullivan, Athletic Trainer Kevin Tong, Assistant Coach Nick Sales, Marques Holmes, Kent Tietje, Anthony Barnum, Brandon Ray, Devin Weatherly, Ryan Hicks, Jeff Hugan, Michael Vanderkolk, Assistant Coach Nate Conley, Student Manager Eli Robertson, Student Manager Bennie Woods, Student Manager Katy Stephens. Front Row (L to R): Marcus Dunlap, Travis Schomaeker, Leroy Lewis, Brock Homier, Logan Wolfrum, Brandon Hoke, Kyle Tietje, Justin Morris, Kevin Tietje, Anthony Brown, Darrell Chapman, Mason Roth, Drew Frizell, Dominique Neely, Tanner Prible.

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DEFIANCE, Ohio - One year after finishing in unfamiliar territory in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference standings and failing to qualify for the HCAC Tournament, which it won the previous season, the Defiance College men’s basketball program will enter the 2011-2012 campaign poised to erase the haunting memories of seven losses by five points or fewer and fully armed to make the climb back to the top of the league standings. Even with the disappointments and tough defeats offered to the Yellow Jackets during the 20102011 season, DC still ended the year with a 13-12 overall mark for its fifth-straight season with a winning record. The 13 victories also gave the Purple and Gold 90 wins over the past five seasons for an average total of 18 triumphs per season during that span. Experiencing that level of success and contending for HCAC championships on an annual basis is what fourth-year head coach, Kyle Brumett, now expects from his program each and every year, and that should be the situation that DC finds itself in once again during the 2011-2012 campaign. The Yellow Jackets are returning all five starters and nine lettermen from one year ago. That group accounted for 92.4 percent of the team’s scoring and roughly 85 percent of DC’s rebounds and minutes played last season. The

strong returning core will be motivated to get back to prominence in the HCAC and will be further fueled by the numerous impact additions scattered throughout a 14-man incoming class. Entering the new season free of lofty expectations from outside sources should free DC’s 23-man roster of the pressures it faced one year ago and allow the team to pay more attention to the details, while looking to improve as the season moves along with the hopes of earning that outside respect at the end of the season. A major factor in DC’s turnaround will most certainly come from an intentional effort by the coaching staff to bolster the team’s depth and address weaknesses on the defensive end of the court. Early indications point to the Jackets being successful on both of those fronts. The result should be a Purple and Gold unit that can go 14 deep during any game of the season and get back to the up-tempo attack on the both ends of the court that defined DC’s NCAA Tournament squad two years ago. Along with getting back to that fast-pace style, this year’s unit will share another strong similarity to the 2009-2010 team with a large senior class anchoring the roster. The group of Anthony Brown, Brandon Hoke, Justin Morris and Kevin and Kyle Tietje will be leaned on for leadership on and off the court throughout the season.

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SEASON OUTLOOK That group enters its final season on campus with a resume including 54 wins in three seasons, a .620 clip in HCAC play, one HCAC Championship and one NCAA Tournament bid. If DC can reach its goals in 2011-2012, this five-man senior class will join the 2010 class as one of the most successful in Defiance’s Division III era. POINT GUARD Defiance has cornered the market on the top point guards in the HCAC in recent memory, as the Jackets have seen Mike Floyd or Logan Wolfrum lead the conference in assists in each of the past four seasons. A new name could join that list of league-leading playmakers, as incoming freshman Mason Roth is poised to take the reins of the up-tempo DC offense in 2011-2012. Roth’s arrival and the degree of his success with the Jackets could pay major dividends for the squad, relieving some of the pressure from Logan Wolfrum and making the league’s leading scorer from one year ago an even more dangerous threat. Roth averaged 4.5 assists per game as a senior at McComb High and will be joined on the depth chart by rising sophomore Leroy Lewis and the aforementioned Wolfrum. Lewis ended his first season on the planks at Defiance with 47 assists and saw the Jackets win nine-of-15 games in which he dished out at least two helpers. Wolfrum will likely still see plenty of time at the helm of the Yellow Jacket attack, after piling up an HCAC-leading 133 assists as a

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sophomore and ranking 33rd in the nation in that category. SHOOTING GUARD / WING The Purple and Gold will boast plenty of depth on the wings, with seniors Anthony Brown and Brandon Hoke joining junior Logan Wolfrum and incoming freshmen Anthony Barnum, Drew Frizell and Travis Schomaeker. That top six on the depth chart provides Defiance with an array of weapons and strengths to choose from. The proven firepower of Brown and Wolfrum, each of whom were tabbed as All-HCAC performers one year ago, gives the Jackets the top scoring tandem in the league with over 36.4 points per game last season. Brown shot 36.6 percent from long distance and ranked fourth in the HCAC with 14.8 points per outing, while Wolfrum connected on 36.4 percent of his attempts from beyond the arc and ended with a conferenceleading 21.6 points per showing. Wolfrum went on to earn ThirdTeam All-Midwest Region honors, after topping all NCAA Division III freshmen and sophomores in scoring and ranking 18th overall in the nation. Wolfrum reached double figures in scoring in 24-of-25 games and poured in at least 20 points in 12 contests, en route to becoming the first player in Defiance College’s NCAA Division III era to reach 500 points, 100 assists and 100 rebounds in a single season. All-Ohio prep standouts, Frizell and Schomaeker, will give DC two more sharp-shooting

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guards to attack defenses with, as Frizell scored 21.3 points per game as a senior at Smithville and Schomaeker netted 16.0 points per game in his final campaign at Ottawa-Glandorf. When the Jackets need to give the lineup a defensive boost, Hoke and Barnum will be called upon to turn up the pressure on opposing offenses. Hoke will be used as an on-ball defender, with Barnum’s 6-6 frame allowing him to be deployed anywhere on the court for Defiance as its primary stopper on the defensive end.

seasons with the program. Kevin was especially pivotal to the success of DC one year ago, ranking fourth in the HCAC with 6.8 boards per night and averaging 8.8 points and 7.6 rebounds per game in 13 Yellow Jacket victories. The veterans will be pushed by a young crop of athletic forwards in the form of rising sophomores, Ryan Hicks and Brandon Ray, as well as the highly touted rookie, Jeff Hugan. Hicks wasted little time making his presence felt in his first season with the program, netting 9.1 points per game over his first 10 collegiate ballgames. The Port Clinton, Ohio, native went on to start 17-of-25 games for Defiance and ranked among the squad’s best all-around players with 8.3 points, 5.4 rebounds, 0.9 blocks and 0.9 steals per showing. Ray also worked his way into the mix later in his freshman season, getting the start in each of DC’s final two games and pulling down seven boards in 24 minutes of action. Hugan starred

POST A trio of seniors will set the tone for Defiance in the paint, with brothers Kevin and Kyle Tietje teaming with Justin Morris to lead the Jackets’ efforts on the post. The Tietje twins and Morris accounted for 15.9 points and 13.2 rebounds per game last season and will be leaned on for even more production during their fourth and final

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MORRIS RETURNING LEADERS 2010-2011 STATISTICS

POINTS PER GAME Logan Wolfrum ............... 21.6 Anthony Brown ............... 14.8 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Kevin Tietje ..................... .514 Kyle Tietje ....................... .493 THREE-POINTERS MADE Logan Wolfrum .................. 48 Anthony Brown .................. 41 THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE Anthony Brown ............... .366 Logan Wolfrum ............... .364 FREE THROWS MADE Logan Wolfrum ................ 144 Anthony Brown .................. 62 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Anthony Brown ............... .925 Logan Wolfrum ............... .837 REBOUNDS PER GAME Kevin Tietje ....................... 6.8 Ryan Hicks ....................... 5.4 ASSISTS PER GAME Logan Wolfrum ................. 5.3 Leroy Lewis ...................... 2.0 BLOCKS PER GAME Ryan Hicks ....................... 0.9 Kevin Tietje ....................... 0.7 STEALS PER GAME Logan Wolfrum ................. 1.1 Ryan Hicks ....................... 0.9

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POS. CL. HT.

3

Mason Roth

G

Fr. 6-0

5

Kyle Tietje

F

Sr. 6-6

10 Travis Schomaeker G

Fr. 6-2

12 Brock Homier

G

Fr. 5-11

13 Dominique Neely

G

Fr. 6-0

15 Brandon Hoke

G

Sr. 5-10

20 Drew Frizell

G

Fr. 6-3

21 Jeff Hugan

F

Fr. 6-5

22 Leroy Lewis

G

So. 6-0

24 Anthony Brown

G

Sr. 6-3

25 Ryan Hicks

F

So. 6-7

30 Kevin Tietje

F

Sr. 6-7

33 Logan Wolfrum

G

Jr. 6-4

35 Marcus Dunlap

G

Jr. 6-3

40 Anthony Barnum

F

Fr. 6-6

42 Brandon Ray

F

So. 6-6

44 Kent Tietje

F

Fr. 6-6

50 Devin Weatherly

F

Fr. 6-8

54 Justin Morris

F

Sr. 6-7

5b Michael Vanderkolk 15b Darrell Chapman 24b Tanner Prible 30b Marques Holmes

F G G F

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3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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FIELD GOALS 2nd 1/2 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222 2222 22222222

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2nd 1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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TP

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KYLE TIETJE

6-6 / 200 / FORWARD DESHLER, OH / PATRICK HENRY HS

SENIOR

CAREER HIGHS Points 20 - vs Manchester, Feb. 2, 2011 Assists 3 - at Heidelberg, Nov. 25, 2008 Rebounds 12 - at Rose-Hulman, Dec. 4, 2010 Steals 2 - vs Mt. St. Joseph, Jan. 8, 2011 Blocks 3 - vs Franklin, Feb. 23, 2010

Year Freshman Sophomore Junior TOTALS

GP 25 29 24 78

GS 10 0 10 20

MPG 13.2 18.2 17.3 16.3

2010-2011 at Defiance: Started 10 games and played in 24 for Defiance … Ranked third on team with 49.3-percent clip from the field and 38 offensive rebounds … Rated fourth on squad with 7.8 points and 4.6 rebounds per night … Led Jackets on the glass eight times … Reached double figures in scoring in eight games … Pulled down a career-high 12 boards and posted lone double-double at Rose-Hulman on December 4 … Notched a career-high 20 points against Manchester on February 3 … Excelled in non-HCAC action, with 10.5 points and 6.3 rebounds per outing … Ended season just seven swats shy of fifth on DC’s all-time blocks list … Named to National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court for excellence in the classroom. 2009-2010 at Defiance: Played in all 29 games for the Jackets … Set new single-season highs with 242 points, 153 rebounds and 29 blocks … Led team in blocks and ranked sixth in the HCAC … Ranked second on DC with 55.0-percent clip from the floor and 5.3 rebounds per game, while ending sixth and 11th in the league in those respective statistics … Shot 67.5 percent and netted 10.0 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game at home … Led Defiance in blocks in 18 games … Scored 10-or-more points 11 times … Logged pair of double-doubles … Named to the Purple and Gold and the Domino’s New Year’s Classic All-Tournament Teams. 2008-2009 at Defiance: Saw time in 25 games and earned 10 starts … Scored a season-high 17 points and hit four-of-four trifectas in first collegiate start … Ranked 15th in HCAC with 0.48 blocks per game … Scored at least eight point in eight contests. High School: Three-time letterwinner for head coach Kent Seemann at Patrick Henry High … Named Third-Team All-Ohio … Earned First-Team All-Northwest Ohio Athletic League and all-district honors … Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Son of Ervin and Lori Tietje … Brother of fellow DC teammates Kevin and Kent Tietje … Cousin of current DC volleyball player Jessica Tietje and former DC football standout Chris Tietje … Majoring in health and physical education with a minor in wellness and corporate fitness.

FG 42 99 72 213

FGA 103 180 146 429

Pct 3FG FGA .408 21 63 .550 4 15 .493 12 36 .497 37 114

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Pct .333 .267 .333 .325

FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF 14 24 .583 20 45 65 2.6 23 40 62 .645 45 108 153 5.3 78 31 43 .721 38 73 111 4.6 61 85 129 .659 103 226 329 4.2 162

FO 0 2 4 6

A 12 15 15 42

TO 31 35 24 90

Blk 12 29 6 47

Stl 8 11 13 32

Pts Avg 119 4.8 242 8.3 187 7.8 548 7.0

BRANDON HOKE 5-10 / 170 / GUARD COLUMBUS, OH / BROOKHAVEN HS

2010-2011 at Defiance: Saw the court in a career-high 18 games as reserve guard and defensive specialist … Also posted personal bests with 5.5 minutes per game, 17 rebounds and 16 points scored … Earned valuable time down the stretch, averaging 10.0 minutes per game during DC’s final four contests.

CAREER HIGHS Points 6 - vs OSU-Lima, Dec. 29, 2009 Assists 2 - vs Franklin, Jan. 16, 2010 Rebounds 2 - at Mt. St. Joseph, Feb. 12, 2011 Steals 1 - at Bluffton, Feb. 16, 2011 Blocks 1 - at Hanover, Dec. 6, 2008

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GP GS 15 0 12 0 18 1 45 1

MPG 4.3 3.6 5.5 4.6

2009-2010 at Defiance: Played in 12 games for the Yellow Jackets during sophomore campaign … Earned 3.6 minutes of action per showing … Scored a career-high six points in 114-51 win against OSU-Lima on December 29. 2008-2009 at Defiance: Earned playing time in 15 games … Averaged 4.3 minutes per contest … Showed a soft shooting touch, hitting five-of-six attempts from the charity stripe for an 83.3-percent clip. High School: Earned trio of varsity letters on the hardwood at Columbus Brookhaven High under the guidance of head coach Hali Robinson … Winner of Coaches’ Leadership Award … Two-time Honorable Mention All-Columbus selection … Honored with Black Leadership Award and Martin Luther King Leadership Award … Member of the Academic Honor Roll. Personal: Son of David and April Hoke … Majoring in sport management.

FG 3 3 3 9

FGA 8 16 9 33

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct .375 0 0 ------ 5 6 .833 .188 0 0 ------ 2 2 1.00 .333 0 0 ------ 10 18 .556 .273 0 0 ------ 17 26 .654

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FO 0 0 0 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 7 1 1 11 0.7 5 4 0 1 8 0.7 2 1 0 5 16 0.9 8 12 1 7 35 0.8


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2010-2011 at Defiance: One of three Jackets to crack the starting lineup at least 20 times … Saw action in all 25 games … Topped all DC and Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference players, while ranking second in the nation with 92.5-percent rate from the charity stripe … Sank 40-straight free throws during 12-game stretch from November 19 through January 8 … Also led Jackets and ended eighth in the HCAC with 36.6-percent clip from three-point range … Ended second on team and fourth in league with 14.8 points per game … Netted double-digit points 19 times … Sprinkled in four 20-point outbursts … Set a career-high with 32 points in DC’s 72-67 win over No. 17 Anderson on December 1 … Ended junior campaign as DC’s all-time leader at the free-throw line with a career mark of 87.0 percent … Named to the Purple and Gold All-Tournament Team … Selected as Honorable Mention All-HCAC performer … Named to National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court for academic excellence. 2009-2010 at Defiance: Started 27-of-29 games for Defiance … Set new single-season high with a 36.9-percent rate from long range … Ranked second on squad in scoring and three-point shooting percentage … Racked up four 20-point games … Reached double figures in scoring 17 times … Sank 91.7 percent of free throw attempts in 16 league games … Earned a spot on the HCAC All-Tournament Team … Voted as an Honorable Mention All-HCAC selection. 2008-2009 at Defiance: Saw time in 27 games and earned 13 starts … Reached double figures in scoring 11 times … Ranked among top 15 in HCAC with 1.3 treys per game and a 35.4-percent clip from long range … Averaged 8.8 points a night at home. High School: Played under head coach Scott Nemecek during time at Glenbrook South High … Two-time letterwinner … Named All-Central Suburban League as a senior … Member of the National Society of High School Scholars … Named to Dean’s List. Personal: Son of Lewis Brown and Jill Matthews … Majoring in sport management with a minor in marketing.

Year Freshman Sophomore Junior TOTALS

GP 27 29 25 81

GS 13 27 21 61

MPG 21.8 22.8 29.9 24.7

FG 75 117 134 326

FGA 184 270 314 768

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct .408 34 96 .354 22 27 .815 .433 38 103 .369 56 67 .836 .427 41 112 .366 62 67 .925 .424 113 311 .363 140 161 .870

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6-7 / 215 / FORWARD DESHLER, OH / PATRICK HENRY HS

Off Def Tot Avg 12 27 39 1.4 10 31 41 1.4 16 42 58 2.3 38 100 138 1.7

PF 24 18 40 82

2008-2009 at Defiance: Netted 10.0 points and 5.8 rebounds a game off the bench through first 12 collegiate games … Ended with 21 games played and seven double-digit scoring performances … Notched first collegiate double-double with 16-point, 13-rebound effort against Rockford on December 29 … Earned spot on Purple and Gold Financial Classic All-Tournament Team. High School: Local product out of Patrick Henry High … Earned three varsity letters on the court for head coach Kent Seemann … Helped the Patriots win a pair of Northwest Ohio Athletic League Championships … Member of Dean’s List. Personal: Son of Ervin and Lori Tietje … Brother of fellow DC teammates Kyle and Kent Tietje … Cousin of current DC volleyball player Jessica Tietje and former DC football standout Chris Tietje … Majoring in business administration with a minor in economics.

MPG 14.8 12.9 22.8 16.7

FG 51 59 73 183

FGA 104 111 142 357

FO 0 0 1 1

A 34 21 22 77

TO Blk Stl Pts 33 2 7 206 33 1 6 328 45 5 13 371 111 8 26 905

Avg 7.6 11.3 14.8 11.2

SENIOR

2009-2010 at Defiance: Played in all 29 games for Defiance, while adding depth to the post … Set a new single-season, careerhigh by shooting 53.2 percent from the field … Led DC in blocks in nine games … Raised production during HCAC play by shooting 56.5 percent from the field, 41.7 percent from three-point territory and 85.7 percent from the charity stripe.

GP GS 21 0 29 0 25 20 75 20

Points 32 - vs Anderson, Dec. 1, 2010 Assists 4 - vs Mt. Union, Nov. 21, 2009 Rebounds 7 - vs Kalamazoo, Dec. 16, 2008 Steals 2 - vs Bluffton, Jan. 19, 2011 Blocks 2 - vs Madonna, Nov. 22, 2008

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2010-2011 at Defiance: Saw action in all 25 games for Jackets, starting 20 of those outings … Led team and ranked fourth in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference with 6.8 rebounds per contest … Also topped Defiance and ranked 14th in the HCAC with 51.4-percent rate from the floor … Led DC on the glass 13 times … Paced the Jackets in blocks nine times … Logged four double-double performances … Pulled down a DC season-high of 17 rebounds in a 78-68 win against Transylvania on January 5 … Raised numbers to 8.8 points and 7.6 boards per outing on 58.5-percent shooting in 13 Defiance victories … Saw Jackets go 11-5 when hauling in at least six rebounds … Recipient of Gerry Boomer and HCAC Sportsmanship Awards … Named to National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court and HCAC All-Academic Team for work in the classroom.

Year Freshman Sophomore Junior TOTALS

CAREER HIGHS

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF .490 8 31 .258 16 25 .640 27 42 69 3.3 36 .532 5 15 .333 12 15 .800 41 57 98 3.4 61 .514 7 21 .333 30 51 .588 50 121 171 6.8 62 .513 20 67 .299 58 91 .637 118 220 338 4.5 159

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CAREER HIGHS Points 21 - at Transylvania, Feb. 5, 2011 Assists 2 - vs Hanover, Dec. 11, 2010 Rebounds 17 - vs Transylvania, Jan. 5, 2011 Steals 2 - vs Anderson, Dec. 1, 2010 Blocks 3 - vs UW-Whitewater, Nov. 19, 2010

FO A 1 8 2 6 1 7 4 21

TO 10 11 22 43

Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 2 126 6.0 15 7 135 4.7 17 8 183 7.3 34 17 444 5.9

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JUSTIN MORRIS

6-7 / 225 / FORWARD INDIANAPOLIS, IN / LAWRENCE NORTH HS

2010-2011 at Defiance: Played in 21 games for Defiance … Cracked the starting lineup four times … Set new single-season highs with 6.8 minutes played per game and 1.8 rebounds per showing … Notched career-high with seven boards in 90-76 win against Kalamazoo in season opener on November 15 … Also posted a career-best with three steals in a 78-50 win over Earlham on February 9 … Led DC in blocks four times.

CAREER HIGHS Points 10 - vs OSU-Lima, Dec. 29, 2009 Assists 1 - vs Manchester, Feb. 2, 2011 Rebounds 7 - vs Kalamazoo, Nov. 15, 2010 Steals 3 - vs Earlham, Feb. 9, 2011 Blocks 1 - vs Earlham, Feb. 9, 2011

Year Freshman Sophomore Junior TOTALS

GP GS 12 0 12 0 21 4 45 4

MPG 3.2 6.1 6.8 5.6

2009-2010 at Defiance: Continued to improve in the paint during 12 games as a sophomore … Connected on 10-of-15 attempts from the field for a blistering 66.7-percent rate … Shot 76.9 percent in Defiance victories … Pulled down 12 offensive and 13 defensive rebounds … Showcased potential with 10 points, six rebounds and one steal during 14 minutes of action in DC’s 114-51 rout of OSU-Lima on December 29. 2008-2009 at Defiance: Gained experience at the collegiate level by playing in 12 games … Athletic post player hit three-of-five attempts from the field. High School: Three-time letterwinner at Lawrence North High … Played for head coach Jack Keefer. Personal: Son of Cherise Lee … Majoring in business administration.

FG 3 10 8 21

FGA 5 15 18 38

Pct 3FG FGA Pct .600 0 0 -----.667 0 0 -----.444 0 0 -----.553 0 0 ------

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CAREER HIGHS Points 42 - at Ohio Northern, Nov. 23, 2010 Assists 16 - vs Covenant, Nov. 20, 2010 Rebounds 8 - vs Franklin, Feb. 19, 2011 Steals 5 - vs OSU-Lima, Dec. 29, 2009 Blocks 3 - vs Bluffton, Jan. 19, 2011

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FT FTA Pct 1 1 1.00 4 12 .333 0 10 .000 5 23 .217

Off Def 3 3 12 13 15 23 30 39

Tot 6 25 38 69

Avg 0.5 2.1 1.8 1.5

PF 6 10 33 49

FO 0 0 1 1

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 5 0 3 7 0.6 0 1 2 1 24 2.0 3 12 4 4 16 0.8 3 18 6 8 47 1.0

LOGAN WOLFRUM 6-4 / 175 / GUARD DEFIANCE, OH / AYERSVILLE HS

2010-2011 at Defiance: Played in all 25 games and led all DC players with 24 starts … Became first player in school’s NCAA Division III era to post 500 points, 100 rebounds and 100 assists in a season … Led all NCAA Division III freshmen and sophomores in the nation in scoring, ranking 18th overall … Led all Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference players with 21.6 points and 5.3 assists per outing … Was team’s leading scorer in 17 games and leading assist artist in 24-of-25 outings … Scored at least 10 points in all but one game, with 12 games of at least 20 points … Logged pair of double-doubles … Set single-game career-highs with 42 points at Ohio Northern on November 23 and with 16 assists in a 92-77 win against Covenant three days earlier … Named to the Lee Pfund Classic All-Tournament Team … Voted as Purple and Gold Tournament Most Valuable Player … Four-time HCAC Player of the Week … Two-time selection to D3hoops.com National Team of the Week … Named First-Team All-HCAC and ThirdTeam All-Midwest Region. 2009-2010 at Defiance: Started first eight games of collegiate career … Went on to play in all 29 contests … Opened career with pair of 20-point outbursts … Led Defiance with 53 makes from three-point territory and a 41.4-percent clip from deep … Dished out 80 assists for second on the team … Rated fifth among all HCAC performers in three-point field goal percentage … Reached double figures in scoring 17 times … Saw Defiance go 18-3 when attempting at least six field goals … Selected as Most Valuable Player of the John Dawson Tournament … Named to D3hoops.com Team of the Week following that performance … Two-time HCAC Player of the Week … Named to HCAC All-Tournament Team … Selected Honorable Mention All-HCAC. High School: Local standout athlete from Ayersville High … Lettered twice for head coach Marv Retcher … Two-time First-Team All-Green Meadows Conference player … Two-time All-District Seven selection … Named Special Mention All-Ohio as a junior and senior … Voted as 2009 District Seven and Crescent-News Player of the Year. Personal: Son of Jeff and Patti Wolfrum … Majoring in accounting.

Year Freshman Sophomore

GP GS 29 8 25 24

MPG 24.0 36.1

FG 103 174

FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 239 .431 53 129 .411 56 65 .862 381 .457 48 132 .364 144 172 .837

Off Def Tot Avg 12 81 93 3.2 14 112 126 5.0

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 47 0 80 51 14 29 315 10.9 33 0 133 74 11 28 540 21.6

TOTALS

54 32

29.6

277

620 .447 101 261 .387 200 237 .844

26 193 219 4.1

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LEROY LEWIS 6-0 / 180 / GUARD AKRON, OH / AKRON EAST HS

SOPHOMORE

2010-2011 at Defiance: Made immediate impact in first season with Jackets … Started 16-of-23 games played … Averaged 9.3 points and 3.8 rebounds per game through first eight outings of career … Ended second on the squad with 47 assists … Saw DC go 9-6 when dishing out two-or-more helpers … Ranked third on the team with 26.3 minutes played per game, 25 makes from beyond the arc and an 80.6-percent clip from the free-throw line … Was one-of-six Jackets to net at least seven points per game … Led DC in steals six times … Topped the squad in assists four times … Turned in six double-digit scoring efforts. High School: Played under head coach Steve White during time at Akron East High … Lettered on the hardwood in three seasons … Named all-district and All-Summit County … Voted First-Team All-Akron … Two-time All-Ohio performer.

CAREER HIGHS

Personal: Son of Leroy Lewis Sr. and Gloria Lewis … Majoring in wellness and corporate fitness … Selected as the Armed Forces Newcomer of the Year …Served in the United States Army from 2002 through 2008 prior to coming to DC.

Points 13 - at Hanover, Jan. 29, 2011 Assists 5 - vs Mt. St. Joseph, Jan. 8, 2011 Rebounds 6 - vs Covenant, Nov. 11, 2010 Steals 2 - at Earlham, Jan. 12, 2011 Blocks 1 - vs OSU-Lima, Dec. 29, 2010

Year Freshman

GP GS 23 16

MPG 26.3

FG 55

FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 145 .379 25 78 .321 29 36 .806

Off Def Tot Avg 18 48 66 2.9

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 65 2 47 43 1 15 164 7.1

TOTALS

23 16

26.3

55

145 .379

18

65 2 47 43

25

78 .321 29

36 .806

RYAN HICKS

6-7 / 180 / FORWARD PORT CLINTON, OH / PORT CLINTON HS

48 66 2.9

1 15 164

7.1

25

SOPHOMORE

2010-2011 at Defiance: Played in all 25 games as a freshman … Broke into the starting lineup 17 times … Wasted no time making presence felt with 9.1 points per game through first 10 collegiate contests … Ended the year as DC’s leading block artist and ranked fourth in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference with 23 blocks … Ranked second on DC and eighth among all HCAC performers with 5.4 rebounds and 1.9 offensive boards per game … Also rated among squad’s top three with 8.3 points per game and 22 steals … Topped Jackets in blocks in 14 games … Led team in thefts nine times and in rebounding four times … Cracked double-digits in scoring eight times ... Scored at least six points in 21 games … Netted pair of double-doubles … Was especially tough inside the Karl H. Weaner Community Center with 10.2 points and 6.8 rebounds per outing … Did not shy from the big stage, connecting on 54.5 percent from the floor during the final five minutes of each game … Posted eighth highest single-season rate in DC history with 0.92 blocks per night … Ended first season with Jackets in second place on DC’s all-time blocks per game list. High School: Four-time letterman at Port Clinton High … Played for head coach Troy Diels … Three-time team Most Valuable Player … Three-time First-Team All-Sandusky Bay Conference performer … Earned First-Team All-Ohio honors, after leading Redskins to 26-1 record and a trip to the Ohio State Division II Finals … Voted as Northwest Ohio Player of the Year. Personal: Son of Tim and Lori Hicks … Majoring in business administration.

CAREER HIGHS Points 15 - vs Albion, Dec. 30, 2010 Assists 2 - vs Franklin, Feb. 19, 2011 Rebounds 11 - vs Hanover, Dec. 1, 2010 Steals 3 - vs Bluffton, Jan. 19, 2011 Blocks 2 - vs Franklin, Feb. 19, 2011

Year Freshman

GP GS 25 17

MPG 26.2

FG 85

FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 177 .480 0 1 .000 38 53 .717

Off Def Tot Avg 48 87 135 5.4

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 80 2 20 34 23 22 208 8.3

TOTALS

25 17

26.2

85

177 .480

48

80 2 20 34 23 22 208

0

1 .000 38

53 .717

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8.3

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BRANDON RAY 6-6 / 235 / FORWARD ZANESVILLE, OH / MAYSVILLE HS

SOPHOMORE

2010-2011 at Defiance: Logged time in 18 games for the Yellow Jackets … Started each of DC’s final two games of the season … Averaged 12.0 minutes and 3.5 rebounds per game in those starts … Led team in blocks in four contests … Connected on six-of-11 attempts from the floor on the year.

CAREER HIGHS

High School: Played one varsity season for the Panthers at Maysville High … Mentored by head coach Todd Whiteman … Selected First-Team All-District 12 … Named First-Team All-Muskingum Valley League. Personal: Son of Mark and Sherri Ray … Majoring in health and physical education.

Points 4 - vs Mt. St. Joseph, Jan. 8, 2011 Assists ----Rebounds 4 - at Bluffton, Feb. 16, 2011 Steals 1 - vs Earlham, Jan. 12, 2011 Blocks 2 - vs Rose-Hulman, Jan. 22, 2011

Year Freshman

GP GS 18 2

TOTALS

18

2

MPG 8.3

FG 6

8.3

6

FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 11 .545 0 0 -----11 .545

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0

0 ------

FT FTA Pct 1 4 .250 1

4 .250

Off Def Tot Avg 14 21 35 1.9

PF FO 22 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 6 6 2 13 0.7

14

22 0

0

21 35 1.9

6

6

2 13

0.7

MARCUS DUNLAP 6-3 / 185 / GUARD OAKLAND, CA / HILLSDALE HS

High School: Lettered twice on the varsity team at Hillsdale High …Played for head coach Brett Stevison. Personal: Son of Martin Dunlap and Patricia Byrne … Majoring in business administration.

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FRESHMAN

MASON ROTH 6-0 / 155 / GUARD MCCOMB, OH / MCCOMB HS

High School: Played four years of varsity hoops at McComb High under the watchful eye of his father and coach Aaron Roth … Led the Red and Black to a 61-9 record as a starter … Ranked second all-time at McComb with 1,269 career points and first with 168 three-point field goals … Three-time First-Team All-Blanchard Valley Conference ... Named BVC Player of the Year … Selected as Ohio Prep Sports Magazine Division IV Player of the Year … Competed in Division III-Division IV North-South Game …First-Team All-District VIII and All-Northwest Ohio Division IV performer … Named Second-Team All-Ohio in basketball and football. Personal: Son of Aaron and Bev Roth ... Majoring in health and physical education.

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TRAVIS SCHOMAEKER 6-2 / 170 / GUARD OTTAWA, OH / OTTAWA-GLANDORF HS

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FRESHMAN

High School: Spent two seasons on the varsity squad at Ottawa-Glandorf High … Played for head coach Josh Leslie … Selected as First-Team All-Western Buckeye League and All-District VIII performer … Named Special Mention All-Ohio … Winner of OhioIndiana Three-Point Shootout … Named as an Academic Honors Student. Personal: Son of Bruce and Cindy Schomaeker … Brother of current DC baseball player Alex Schomaeker … Nephew of DC’s all-time assists leader Ron Schomaeker (1982-1986) … Majoring in integrated mathematics.

BROCK HOMIER

5-11 / 160 / GUARD CONTINENTAL, OH / CONTINENTAL HS

12

FRESHMAN

High School: Earned four varsity letters at Continental High … Saw action for head coach and father Kevin Homier … Led Pirates to 21-4 record and Ohio State Division IV District and Regional Championships as a senior … Played in DIII-DIV North-South Game … Voted First-Team All Putnam County League … Named First-Team All Northwest Ohio and All-District VIII performer … Selected as Third-Team All-Ohio standout … Member of Academic Honor Roll. Personal: Son of Kevin and Kathy Homier … Major is undecided.

DOMINIQUE NEELY 6-0 / 185 / GUARD SHIPSHEWANA, IN / WESTVIEW HS

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FRESHMAN

High School: Three-time lettermen for head coach Rob Yoder during time at Westview High … Posted team highs in points, steals, blocks and three-point field goal percentage as a junior … Named two-time all-area and All-Northeast Corner Conference. Personal: Son of Troy and Sharon Neely … Majoring in sport management.

DREW FRIZELL

6-3 / 175 / GUARD SMITHVILLE, OH / SMITHVILLE HS

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FRESHMAN

High School: Played three years of varsity hoops at Smithville High under the guidance of his father and head coach Jim Frizell … Named First-Team All-Wayne County … Voted First-Team All-District IV … Tabbed as Second-Team All-Ohio performer. Personal: Son of Jim and Jill Frizell … Majoring in sport management.

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JEFF HUGAN

6-5 / 215 / FORWARD ANN ARBOR, MI / ANN ARBOR HURON HS

High School: Earned trio of varsity letters at Ann Arbor Huron High … Played for head coach Waleed Samaha … Listed as a top-100 recruit in the state of Michigan … Helped River Rats to 21-2 overall mark, a Class A District title and a No. 1 ranking in the state during the regular season … Named All-Southeastern Conference. Personal: Son of Jeffrey and Chelsea Hugan … Majoring in accounting.

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ANTHONY BARNUM 6-6 / 185 / FORWARD TOLEDO, OH / MAUMEE HS

High School: Spent three seasons on the varsity squad at Maumee High … Mentored by head coach Derek Sheridan … Earned spot on all-district team in each of his three seasons on the hardwood … Also named First-Team All-Northern Lakes League. Personal: Son of Lisa Barnum … Majoring in sport management.

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KENT TIETJE

6-6 / 205 / FORWARD DESHLER, OH / PATRICK HENRY HS

High School: Lettered three times on the hardwood for Patrick Henry High … Played under the watchful eye of head coach Kent Seemann … Named First-Team All-Northwest Ohio Athletic League and All-District Seven … Selected as Third-Team Northwest Ohio All-District performer … Member of Academic Honor Roll and National Honor Society. Personal: Son of Ervin and Lori Tietje … Brother of fellow DC teammates Kevin and Kyle Tietje … Cousin of current DC volleyball player Jessica Tietje and former DC football standout Chris Tietje … Majoring in business administration.

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DEVIN WEATHERLY 6-8 / 295 / FORWARD MARION, IN / MARION HS

High School: Played two seasons at Marion High for head coach Todd Grace … Selected as team’s Most Improved Player. Personal: Son of Mary Jo Herring … High school teammate of current DC freshman Marques Holmes … Majoring in business administration.

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MICHAEL VANDERKOLK 6-4 / 170 / FORWARD BLUFFTON, IN / BLUFFTON HS

5b

FRESHMAN

High School: Played three varsity seasons for head coach Kevin Leising at Bluffton High … Named school’s two-time Outstanding Male Athlete after excelling with basketball, tennis and baseball squads … Two-time All-Allen County standout in basketball … Helped team to sectional championship … Named as Academic All-Indiana and three-time academic all-conference … Member of National Honor Society … Recipient of an Academic Honors Diploma. Personal: Son of John and Pam Vanderkolk … Majoring in middle childhood education.

DARRELL CHAPMAN 6-0 / 175 / GUARD LOS ANGELES, CA / SOUTH HILLS HS

15b FRESHMAN

High School: Spent three seasons on the varsity team at South Hills High … Played for head coach Paul Reed … Named as First-Team All-California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section performer. Personal: Son of Monica Chapman … Majoring in art.

TANNER PRIBLE 6-3 / 160 / GUARD PONETO, IN / SOUTHERN WELLS HS

24b FRESHMAN

High School: Earned trio of varsity letters on the hardwood at Southern Wells High … Played for head coach Ryan Thomas … Helped the Raiders to pair of sectional championships … Two-time All-Allen Country selection. Personal: Son of Robert and Lynette Prible … Majoring in English

MARQUES HOLMES 6-4 / 250 / FORWARD MARION, IN / MARION HS

30b FRESHMAN

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2010-2011 REVIEW

74 WINNING SEASONS • 34 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES • 26 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 23 ALL-AMERICANS

2010-2011 RESULTS RECORD

OVERALL

All Games HCAC Games Non-Conference Games

DATE

11-15 11-19 11-20 11-23 12-1 12-4 12-11 12-15 12-29 12-30 1-2 1-5 1-8 1-12 1-15 1-19 1-22 1-26 1-29 2-3 2-5 2-9 2-12 2-16 2-19

OPPONENT

Kalamazoo vs UW-Whitewater ^ vs Covenant ^ at Ohio Northern Anderson * at Rose-Hulman * Hanover * Adrian OSU-Lima # Albion # at Manchester * Transylvania * Mt. St. Joseph * at Earlham * at Franklin * Bluffton * Rose-Hulman * at Anderson * at Hanover * Manchester * at Transylvania * Earlham* at Mt. St. Joseph * at Bluffton * Franklin *

RESULT W L W L (ot) W L L W W W L W W W W (ot) L L L L L L W L W (ot) W

SCORE 90-76 95-91 92-77 93-90 72-67 74-66 80-78 67-51 82-74 79-74 88-73 78-68 92-72 68-57 94-92 57-55 70-65 85-56 80-68 72-64 72-67 78-50 56-55 66-62 88-85

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HOME

13-12 8-10 5-2

POINTS

19 29 18 42 32 17 37 18 24 27 25 28 26 18 40 21 26 12 20 20 21 19 18 22 31

AWAY

9-4 5-4 4-0

LEADERS

NEUTRAL

3-7 3-6 0-1

1-1 0-0 1-1

REBOUNDS

Anthony Brown Logan Wolfrum Kyle Tietje Logan Wolfrum Anthony Brown Anthony Brown Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Anthony Brown Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Anthony Brown Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Kyle Tietje Kevin Tietje Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum

8 7 10 8 8 12 11 6 16 7 10 17 10 3 5 10 6 5 5 8 11 5 9 9 8

]

ASSISTS

Kevin Tietje Kyle Tietje Kevin Tietje Kyle Tietje Kevin Tietje Kyle Tietje Ryan Hicks Logan Wolfrum Kevin Tietje Kyle Tietje Kevin Tietje Kevin Tietje Kevin Tietje Kevin Tietje Kyle Tietje Ryan Hicks Logan Wolfrum Kyle Tietje Kyle Tietje Kevin Tietje Kevin Tietje Kevin Tietje Kevin Tietje Ryan Hicks Logan Wolfrum

5 9 16 3 5 5 5 7 5 6 5 5 5 3 5 4 6 3 3 3 6 8 4 4 8

Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Leroy Lewis Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum Logan Wolfrum

Home Games In Bold / * = HCAC game / ^ = Wheaton Lee Pfund Classic / # = Defiance Purple and Gold Tournament

2010-2011 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS NAME

GP GS

MPG 36.1 29.9 26.2 17.3 22.8 26.3 19.3 7.2 5.5 6.8 8.8 1.9 8.3 4.3 1.0 3.0

174 134 85 72 73 55 42 9 3 8 6 1 6 2 0 0

Defiance Opponents

25 25 25 25

5100 5100

670 1475 618 1438

DC

OPP

Logan Wolfrum 25 Anthony Brown 25 Ryan Hicks 25 Kyle Tietje 24 Kevin Tietje 25 Leroy Lewis 23 Brandon Campbell 25 Clay Heitkamp 17 Brandon Hoke 18 Justin Morris 21 Josh Francis 16 David Wooldridge 11 Brandon Ray 18 Derrick Bufford 9 Adrian Wooten 3 Allen Tigner 1 Team

24 21 17 10 20 16 7 1 1 4 0 1 2 1 0 0

FG

FGA 381 314 177 146 142 145 84 24 9 18 9 4 11 9 1 1

PCT 3FG 3FGA

.457 .427 .480 .493 .514 .379 .500 .375 .333 .444 .667 .250 .545 .222 .000 .000

PCT

FT FTA

PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG

48 132 41 112 0 1 12 36 7 21 25 78 1 7 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0

.364 144 172 .366 62 67 .000 38 53 .333 31 43 .333 30 51 .321 29 36 .143 44 60 .250 2 5 ----- 10 18 ----0 10 ----0 0 .000 6 6 ----1 4 .000 1 2 ----0 0 ----0 0

.837 .925 .717 .721 .588 .806 .733 .400 .556 .000 ----1.00 .250 .500 ---------

14 112 126 16 42 58 48 87 135 38 73 111 50 121 171 18 48 66 32 35 67 8 14 22 6 11 17 15 23 38 13 18 31 0 2 2 14 21 35 1 3 4 0 1 1 0 2 2 25 23 48

.454 136 401 .430 158 451

.339 398 527 .350 433 608

.755 298 636 934 .712 269 566 835

A

5.0 133 2.3 22 5.4 20 4.6 15 6.8 7 2.9 47 2.7 28 1.3 0 0.9 2 1.8 3 1.9 2 0.2 2 1.9 0 0.4 1 0.3 0 2.0 0 1.9

TO BLK STL PTS AVG 74 45 34 24 22 43 24 2 1 12 8 4 6 4 0 0 6

37.4 282 309 33.4 298 299

11 5 23 6 17 1 3 2 0 4 3 0 6 1 0 0

28 13 22 13 8 15 30 3 5 4 2 0 2 1 0 0

540 21.6 371 14.8 208 8.3 187 7.8 183 7.3 164 7.1 129 5.2 22 1.3 16 0.9 16 0.8 12 0.8 8 0.7 13 0.7 5 0.6 0 0.0 0 0.0

82 146 1874 75.0 65 145 1827 73.1

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2010-2011 TEAM STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS

SCORING Points Per Game Scoring Margin First Half Scoring Second Half Scoring Overtime Scoring FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS Field Goal Percentage

1874 75.0 +1.9 880 955 39 670-1475 .454

1827 73.1 -1.9 850 941 36 618-1438 .430

TEAM STATISTICS

3-POINT FG-ATTEMPTS 3-Point FG Percentage 3-Point FGM Per Game FREE THROW-ATTEMPTS Free Throw Percentage REBOUNDS Rebounds Per Game Rebounding Margin ASSISTS Assists Per Game

DC

136-401 .339 5.4 398-527 .755 934 37.4 +4.0 282 11.3

OPP

158-451 .350 6.3 433-608 .712 835 33.4 -4.0 298 11.9

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TURNOVERS Turnovers Per Game Turnover Margin Assist/Turnover Ratio STEALS Steals Per Game BLOCKS Blocks Per Game ATTENDANCE Home Game Average

DC

309 12.4 -0.4 0.9 146 5.8 82 3.3 9624 740

OPP

299 12.0 +0.4 1.0 145 5.8 65 2.6 -

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POSTSEASON HONORS

JACKETS HAVE AVERAGED 18 WINS PER SEASON OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS

POSTSEASON HISTORY

FIRST-TEAM ALL-HCAC AWARDS

Defiance has qualified for the postseason 34 times with 30 of those appearances coming in the NAIA. From 1956 to 1961 Defiance lost its first 11 postseason games, starting with a loss to Steubenville College, 92-75, on February 29, 1956. DC’s first-ever postseason win came on March 6, 1962, when the Yellow Jackets defeated Ohio Northern, 74-73, in the District 22 Semifinals. During its time in the NAIA, DC won four District 22 Titles. The Yellow Jackets have had four postseason berths in the NCAA tournament but have yet to taste victory, falling in the first round to Otterbein in 1993 and 1999, to Calvin in 2001 and to UW-Whitewater in 2010. DC’s last postseason win came on March 3, 1990, via a 56-55 victory over Tiffin in the NAIA District 22 Semifinals. All-time, DC is 20-39 in postseason play. 1955-1956 1956-1957 1957-1958 1958-1959 1959-1960 1960-1961 1961-1962 1962-1963 1965-1966 1966-1967 1967-1968 1968-1969 1969-1970 1970-1971 1971-1972 1972-1973 1973-1974 1974-1975 1975-1976 1977-1978 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 1982-1983 1983-1984 1984-1985 1985-1986 1986-1987 1987-1988 1989-1990 1992-1993 1998-1999 2000-2001 2009-2010 No. 1 100 200 300 400 500 600

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NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Finalists NAIA District 22 Finalists NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Finalists NAIA District 22 Champions National Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Champions National Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Finalists NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Champions National Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Finalists NAIA District 22 Finalists NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Finalists NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Champions National Qualifiers NAIA District 22 Finalists NCAA Tournament Qualifiers NCAA Tournament Qualifiers NCAA Tournament Qualifiers NCAA Tournament Qualifiers Opponent Bowling Green YMCA Toledo Bluffton Olivet Bluffton Cedarville Wilmington

Score 49-4 49-31 60-44 71-59 87-75 66-64 88-77

2000-2001 2000-2001 2000-2001 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2006-2007 2007-2008 2007-2008 2008-2009 2008-2009 2008-2009 2009-2010 2009-2010 2010-2011

Gavin Sever * Frank Kill Eric Viney Eric Viney Mike Kurdziel Mike Kurdziel Jeremy Miklovic Matt Voland Curt Croy Anthony Pettaway C.J. Johnson Anthony Pettaway * Mike Floyd Anthony Pettaway Nick Sales Mike Floyd Nick Sales * Logan Wolfrum

1957-1958 1957-1958 1961-1962 1962-1963 1963-1964 1967-1968 1970-1971 1971-1972 1972-1973 1972-1973 1973-1974 1973-1974 1974-1975 1975-1976 1978-1979 1981-1982 1983-1984 1984-1985 1987-1988 1999-2000 2002-2003 2007-2008 2009-2010

* Conference Player of the Year

ALL-DISTRICT / REGION AWARDS

1964-1965 1966-1967 1967-1968 1968-1969 1968-1969 1971-1972 1971-1972 1972-1973 1972-1973 1973-1974 1973-1974 1974-1975 1975-1976 1975-1976 1977-1978 1977-1978 1977-1978 1980-1981 1981-1982 1983-1984 1983-1984 1984-1985 1984-1985 1985-1986 1986-1987 1987-1988 1987-1988 1988-1989 1998-1999 1999-2000 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011

Paul Shahan Dan Terhune Dan Terhune Dan Terhune Larry Holden Marv Retcher Jim Amstutz Bruce Baer Ken Bush Bruce Baer Bob Martin Bob Martin Don Thornton Kevin Dilworth Don Thornton Jim Harshman Jim Arnzen Brett Wingate Brett Wingate Bill Szabo Jerome Floyd Bill Szabo Ron Schomaeker Ron Schomaeker Dennis Bostelman Dennis Bostelman * Terry Morman Doug Prigge Chad Kahle Chad Kahle Anthony Pettaway * Anthony Pettaway Nick Sales Logan Wolfrum

2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st HM 1st 1st HM 1st HM 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st HM 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 3rd

* Player of the Year

MILESTONE VICTORIES

Date/Season 1905-1906 1925-1926 1937-1938 1950-1951 1956-1957 Feb.1, 1963 Feb. 14, 1970

No. 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300

Site A A A N N H A

Joe Hockenberry HM John Szabo HM Ray Etzler HM Ray Etzler HM Norm Krueckeberg HM Dan Terhune HM Ed Roeth HM Jim Amstutz HM Bruce Baer HM Ken Bush HM Bruce Baer HM Bob Martin HM Bob Martin HM Don Thornton HM Mark Meyer HM Brett Wingate HM Bill Szabo 2nd Bill Szabo HM Dennis Bostelman 2nd Chad Kahle 2nd Curt Croy Freshman Anthony Pettaway 3rd Nick Sales HM

COACH-OF-THE-YEAR AWARDS

1966-1967 1971-1972 1971-1972 1971-1972 1972-1973 1977-1978 1983-1984 1985-1986 1987-1988 1992-1993 2007-2008 2007-2008

Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Miller Miller

District HBCC District Ohio District District HBCC HBCC District AMC HCAC District

HOHENBERGER ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

1980-1981 1989-1990

Opponent Bluffton Central State Wilmington Waynesburg St. Mary’s (MI) Grace Manchester

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Larry Papenfuss Terry Morman

Score 85-78 72-68 107-96 115-55 95-85 87-82 70-59

1st 1st

Date/Season Jan. 4, 1975 Mar. 3, 1980 Feb. 11, 1985 Nov. 16, 1990 Nov. 22, 1997 Nov. 22, 2003 Feb. 3, 2010


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TEAM RECORDS

74 WINNING SEASONS • 34 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES • 26 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 23 ALL-AMERICANS

COACHING RECORDS BY VICTORIES

Coach Yrs. W L Pct. Seasons 1. Marv Hohenberger 32 581 295 .663 1965-1966 to 1996-1997 2. Merle McDonald 11 162 81 .667 1954-1955 to 1964-1965 3. Tom Palombo 6 100 63 .613 1997-1998 to 2002-2003 4. Jon Miller 5 67 63 .515 2003-2004 to 2007-2008 5. Kyle Brumett 3 54 27 .667 2008-2009 to 2010-2011 6. Victor Rowen 3 45 21 .682 1951-1952 to 1953-1954 7. E.B. Wilson 4 43 30 .475 1927-1928 to 1930-1931 8. Frederic Bennetts 3 34 28 .548 1948-1949 to 1950-1951 3 27 16 .628 1933-1934 to 1935-1936 9. Gilbert Smith 10. Ernest Miller 2 20 10 .667 1923-1924 to 1924-1925 11. Paul Mason 2 17 23 .425 1925-1926 to 1926-1927 T12. Charles Vanderscoff 2 14 9 .609 1921-1922 to 1922-1923 T12. J.D. Kibler 2 14 12 .538 1913-1914 to 1914-1915 14. George Thompson 3 13 14 .481 1915-1916 to 1917-1918 15. George Fielding 1 12 10 .545 1947-1948 16. Paul Lyne 1 10 5 .667 1931-1932 17. Abraham Sharadin 1 8 10 .444 1920-1921 18. A.G. Caris 2 4 2 .667 1905-1906 to 1906-1907 19. Orin Snyder 1 3 11 .214 1919-1920 (Other coaches account for a 92-111 record in 18 seasons.) Bold denotes active coach

SEASON W/L RECORDS Season 1904-1905 1905-1906 1906-1907 1907-1908 1908-1909 1909-1910 1910-1911 1911-1912 1912-1913 1913-1914 1914-1915 1915-1916 1916-1917 1917-1918 1918-1919 1919-1920 1920-1921 1921-1922 1922-1923 1923-1924 1924-1925 1925-1926 1926-1927 1927-1928 1928-1929 1929-1930 1930-1931 1931-1932 1932-1933 1933-1934 1934-1935 1935-1936 1936-1937 1937-1938 1938-1939 1939-1940 1940-1941 1941-1942 1942-1943 1943-1944 1944-1945 1945-1946 1946-1947 1947-1948 1948-1949 1949-1950 1950-1951 1951-1952 1952-1953 1953-1954 1954-1955 1955-1956 1956-1957 1957-1958

W 1 3 1 0 2 4 8 8 6 3 8 2 3 8 8 6 8 12 11 6 4 15 14 10 10 1 4 12 11 5 6 5 7 13 10 12 8 10 12 9 12 13 16 17 12 14 20 19 13

L 1 1 2 4 11 5 5 6 6 9 3 2 11 10 5 4 7 3 10 13 16 5 2 7 5 10 9 3 4 11 11 10 11 7 7 3 7 7 10 12 9 7 6 4 11 7 4 5 9

Pct. .500 .750 .333 .000 .154 .444 .615 .571 .500 .250 .727 .500 .214 .444 .615 .600 .533 .800 .524 .316 .200 .750 .875 .588 .667 .091 .308 .800 .733 .313 .353 .333 .389 .650 .588 .800 .533 .588 .545 .429 .571 .650 .727 .810 .522 .667 .833 .792 .591

Season 1958-1959 1959-1960 1960-1961 1961-1962 1962-1963 1963-1964 1964-1965 1965-1966 1966-1967 1967-1968 1968-1969 1969-1970 1970-1971 1971-1972 1972-1973 1973-1974 1974-1975 1975-1976 1976-1977 1977-1978 1978-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 1982-1983 1983-1984 1984-1985 1985-1986 1986-1987 1987-1988 1988-1989 1989-1990 1990-1991 1991-1992 1992-1993 1993-1994 1994-1995 1995-1996 1996-1997 1997-1998 1998-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 106 years

W 15 22 18 16 13 9 3 16 18 21 13 17 19 24 25 22 19 16 13 19 18 23 20 14 21 26 21 19 18 24 15 20 14 14 21 17 12 14 8 13 17 18 17 18 17 12 10 9 17 19 18 23 13 1320

L 7 3 4 7 7 11 17 6 7 6 12 9 7 2 5 6 10 13 13 8 8 8 9 14 10 4 10 9 11 7 13 10 12 12 6 8 13 10 17 12 11 9 11 10 10 14 16 16 9 8 9 6 12 841

Pct. .682 .880 .818 .696 .650 .450 .150 .727 .720 .778 .520 .654 .731 .923 .833 .786 .655 .552 .500 .704 .692 .742 .690 .500 .677 .867 .677 .679 .621 .774 .536 .667 .538 .538 .778 .680 .480 .583 .320 .520 .607 .667 .607 .643 .630 .429 .385 .360 .654 .704 .667 .793 .520 .611

Season 1921-1922 1922-1923 1924-1925 1928-1929 1929-1930 1955-1956 1956-1957 1959-1960 1960-1961 1962-1963 1966-1967 1968-1969 1969-1970 1971-1972 1972-1973 1977-1978 1982-1983 1983-1984 1984-1985 1985-1986 1991-1992 1992-1993 1993-1994 2000-2001 2007-2008 2009-2010

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Conference NW Ohio NW Ohio NW Ohio ^ NW Ohio NW Ohio Mid-Ohio Mid-Ohio Mid-Ohio Mid-Ohio Mid-Ohio Mid-Ohio Mid-Ohio ^ Mid-Ohio Hoosier-Buckeye* Hoosier-Buckeye Hoosier-Buckeye^ Hoosier-Buckeye^ Hoosier-Buckeye Hoosier-Buckeye ^ Hoosier-Buckeye Mideast Collegiate ^ Mideast Collegiate Mideast Collegiate Heartland ^ Heartland Heartland ^ - Co-championship * - Ohio Division Champion

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

Coach Vanderscoff Vanderscoff Miller Wilson Wilson McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Hohenberger Palombo Miller Brumett

RECORDS AND STREAKS

Wins and Losses Most wins: ............................................................. 26 (26-4, 1983-1984) Winning percentage: .......................................... .923 (24-2, 1971-1972) Most losses: .......................................................... 17 (8-17, 1996-1997) 17 (3-17, 1964-1965) Longest Streaks Wins: .............................................................................. 20 (1983-1984) Losses: .......................................................................... 10 (1932-1933) Longest Conference Streaks Wins: ................................................. 17 (Hoosier-Buckeye, 1983-1985) Losses: .......................................................... 12 (Mid-Ohio, 1963-1966) Most Points Scored Per game: ......................... 95.5 (2484 points in 26 games / 1971-1972) Total: .................................... 2,624 (84.6 ppg in 31 games / 1979-1980) Game (all-time): .......................... 138 (138-41 vs Giffin / Nov. 30, 1954) Game (modern): .............. 132 (132-91 vs Rio Grande / March 6, 1972) Away: ................................... 124 (124-98 vs Lake Erie / Feb. 24, 1998) In a loss: .......................... 109 (109-112 vs Heidelberg / Nov. 24, 1998) 109 (109-120 vs Olivet / Jan. 10, 1998) Both teams: ....................... 242 (131-111 vs MacMurray / Dec. 3, 1973) Allowed: ........................... 124 (94-124 vs Spring Arbor / Nov. 21,1997) Margin of Victory All games: ..................................... 97 (138-41 vs Giffin / Nov. 30, 1954) Modern era: .......................... 63 (114-51 vs OSU-Lima / Dec. 29, 2009) By opponent (all-time): ......................... 65 (7-72 vs Grace / 1914-1915) Opponent (modern): ............. 55 (61-116 vs Manchester / Dec. 5, 1964) Shooting Field goals made: ...................................................... 1085 (1972-1973) Field goal percentage: ...................... 51.9% (1011 of 1948, 1983-1984) Three-point FG made: ................................................. 229 (2001-2002) Three-point FG percentage: ................. 43.1% (183 of 425, 1989-1990) Free-throws made: ...................................................... 567 (1959-1960)

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JACKETS HAVE AVERAGED 18 WINS PER SEASON OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS

Dennis Bostelman Bill Pace Ray Etzler Olan Smith Bill Szabo Bill Szabo

352 276 255 188 178 174

Ron Schomaeker Ron Schomaeker Ron Schomaeker Ron Schomaeker Mike Floyd Dan Lehman

11.35 9.20 9.11 6.85 6.26 6.06

Ron Schomaeker Ron Schomaeker Ron Schomaeker Mike Floyd Dan Lehman Ron Schomaeker

81 76 73 72 69 64

Kirk Seemann Ron Schomaeker Ron Schomaeker Sean Patterson Kirk Seemann Nick Sales

2.70 2.53 2.48 2.35 2.23 2.21

Kirk Seemann Ron Schomaeker Sean Patterson Ron Schomaeker Kirk Seemann Nick Sales

50 45 34 34 30 29

Chad Kahle Chad Kahle Chad Kahle Chad Kahle Anthony Pettaway Kyle Tietje

1.80 1.79 1.36 1.26 1.11 1.04

Chad Kahle Chad Kahle Chad Kahle Chad Kahle Anthony Pettaway Joe Herman

469 363 357 344 324 316

Everett Ryerson Don Thornton Dave Baker Ned Ewers Dennis Bostelman Brett Wingate

21.3 15.1 13.8 13.7 13.2 13.0

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POINTS PER GAME

25.5 25.5 24.7 24.6 24.5 24.4

ASSISTS

ASSISTS PER GAME

STEALS

STEALS PER GAME

BLOCKS

BLOCKS PER GAME

REBOUNDS

1986-1987 1955-1956 1962-1963 1945-1946 1984-1985 1983-1984

333 312 294 289 282 245

1984-1985 1983-1984 1985-1986 1982-1983 2008-2009 1989-1990

645 592 553 499 489 489

1984-1985 1983-1984 1985-1986 2008-2009 1988-1989 1982-1983

.703 .638 .638 .633 .618 .615

1989-1990 1983-1984 1984-1985 1986-1987 1987-1988 2009-2010

86 80 79 77 68 65

1989-1990 1983-1984 1986-1987 1984-1985 1987-1988 2009-2010

190 188 178 173 172 171

1998-1999 1996-1997 1999-2000 1997-1998 2008-2009 2009-2010

.488 .483 .470 .466 .462 .462

1996-1997 1998-1999 1997-1998 1999-2000 2008-2009 1992-1993

172 167 165 157 150 149

1951-1952 1975-1976 1969-1970 1959-1960 1987-1988 1982-1983

248 221 219 206 204 192

REBOUNDS PER GAME Everett Ryerson James Owens Ned Ewers Dave Baker Joe Wilson James Owens

1951-1952 1954-1955 1959-1960 1969-1970 1958-1959 1955-1956

.933 .925 .908 .894 .884 .881

FIELD GOALS MADE

Bill Szabo Bill Szabo Dennis Bostelman Dennis Bostelman Jerome Floyd Bill Pace

1984-1985 1983-1984 1987-1988 1986-1987 1982-1983 1955-1956

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Bill Szabo Jerome Floyd Bill Szabo Don Thornton Chuck Nafziger Richard Otte

1984-1985 1982-1983 1983-1984 1975-1976 1972-1973 1969-1970

FIELD GOAL PCT. (150 ATT.) Curtis Chenault Nick Sales Mark Meyer Nick Sales Dennis Bostelman Frank Kill

1995-1996 2008-2009 1978-1979 2006-2007 1987-1988 1998-1999

NICK SALES 2010 HCAC MVP / ALL-AMERICAN

3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE Terry Morman Jason Badik Jim Harris Curt Croy Terry Morman Jason Badik

1987-1988 1993-1994 1989-1990 2004-2005 1988-1989 1994-1995

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Curt Croy Curt Croy Terry Morman Jason Hervey Aaron Lammers Jim Harris

2004-2005 2005-2006 1987-1988 2000-2001 2003-2004 1989-1990

3-PT. FG PCT. (50 ATT.) Jason Badik Terry Morman Bob Sutton Terry Morman Jim Harris Mike Kurdziel

FREE THROWS MADE Gene Geren Jaymes Zachrich Elmo Faiella Joe Herman Dennis Bostelman Joe Hockenberry

1993-1994 1987-1988 1986-1987 1988-1989 1989-1990 2001-2002

ANTHONY PETTAWAY 2008 HCAC MVP / ALL-AMERICAN

1959-1960 1997-1998 1952-1953 1992-1993 1986-1987 1955-1956

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Elmo Faiella Gene Geren Jaymes Zachrich Joe Hockenberry Joe Herman Elmo Faiella

1952-1953 1959-1960 1997-1998 1956-1957 1992-1993 1951-1952

FREE THROWS PCT. (50 ATT.) Aaron Lammers Anthony Brown Ed Roeth John Brueggemeier Mike Kurdziel Ray Etzler

2003-2004 2010-2011 1970-1971 1963-1964 2002-2003 1961-1962

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CAREER RECORDS POINTS PER GAME

24.4 20.2 19.6 19.0 18.5 17.9

Bill Szabo Dennis Bostelman Jerome Floyd Bob Martin Elmo Faiella Everett Sumpter

1071 502 315 293 266 259

Ron Schomaeker Mike Floyd Kirk Seemann Dan Lehman C.J. Johnson Kent Seemann

8.93 5.98 5.40 3.94 3.52 3.39

Ron Schomaeker Dan Lehman Mike Floyd Logan Wolfrum Steve Smith Sean Patterson

252 177 164 160 156 149

Kirk Seemann Eric Viney Jim Harris Chad Kahle Kent Seemann Ron Schomaeker

2.14 1.82 1.81 1.78 1.62 1.56

Kirk Seemann Bill Szabo Mylon Betts Kris Hinchcliff Eric Viney Kent Seemann

163 79 75 58 54 48

Chad Kahle Nick Sales Anthony Pettaway Matt Laudick Joe Herman Jeremy Miklovic

ASSISTS

ASSISTS PER GAME

STEALS

STEALS PER GAME

BLOCKS

BLOCKS PER GAME

1.55 0.92 0.91 0.72 0.72 0.68

Chad Kahle Ryan Hicks Jeremy Miklovic Nick Sales Anthony Pettaway Jim Daniel

1166 1021 1008 833 806 786

Brett Wingate Chad Kahle Dennis Bostelman Nick Sales Rich Otte Mark Meyer

13.9 10.9 10.7 10.3 10.2 10.0

REBOUNDS

959 690 654 645 643 617

1982-1986 2006-2010 1986-1990 1988-1990 2004-2008 1992-1996

1669 1334 1284 1275 1269 1265

1982-1986 1988-1990 2006-2010 2009-2011 1992-1993 1985-1987

.605 .579 .579 .575 .568 .550

1986-1990 1998-2002 1987-1991 1996-2000 1992-1996 1982-1986

267 256 205 204 168 159

1986-1990 1983-1985 2001-2002 1998-2000 1998-2002 1992-1993

700 601 501 499 430 427

1996-2000 2006-2010 2005-2009 2002-2006 1989-1993 2001-2003

.470 .465 .447 .444 .442 .438 469 468 452 436 385 373

1979-1983 1996-2000 1984-1988 2006-2010 1966-1971 1975-1979

636 588 582 571 566 549

REBOUNDS PER GAME Jim Owens Joe Wilson Rich Otte Dave Baker Paul Yoder Bill Pace

FIELD GOALS MADE

1983-1985 1984-1988 1982-1984 1973-1975 1950-1953 1948-1951

1996-2000 2010-2011 2001-2003 2006-2010 2005-2009 1993-1995

1951-1956 1956-1959 1966-1971 1967-1970 1953-1957 1951-1956

.870 .854 .845 .844 .840 .829

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Dennis Bostelman Chad Kahle Dan Terhune Bill Szabo Brett Wingate Anthony Pettaway

1984-1988 1996-2000 1965-1969 1983-1985 1979-1983 2005-2009

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Dennis Bostelman Curt Croy Chad Kahle Eric Viney Jim Harris Larry Flynn

1984-1988 2002-2006 1996-2000 1998-2002 1987-1991 1976-1980

FIELD GOAL PCT. (300 ATT.) Nick Sales Brett Wingate Jeremy Miklovic Dennis Bostelman Anthony Pettaway Kyle Martin

2006-2010 1979-1983 2000-2003 1984-1988 2005-2009 1989-1993

3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE Terry Morman Curt Croy Jim Harris Jason Badik Jeff Sever Dave Gerken

1986-1990 2002-2006 1987-1991 1991-1995 1991-1995 1990-1994

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Curt Croy Terry Morman Jim Harris Jason Badik Jeff Sever Heath Armstrong

2002-2006 1986-1990 1987-1991 1991-1995 1991-1995 2006-2010

3-PT. FG PCT. (100 ATT.) Bob Sutton Mike Kurdziel Kris Hinchcliff Terry Morman Sean Patterson Mylon Betts

FREE THROWS MADE Joe Hockenberry Dennis Bostelman Larry Holden Joe Herman Ron Schomaeker Dan Terhune

1985-1987 1999-2002 1998-2000 1986-1990 1985-1987 2001-2002

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.

Points 2404 1703 1681 1620 1616 1604 1573 1542 1495 1490 1477 1468 1461 1416 1414 1383 1374 1345 1336 1333 1258 1241 1240 1221 1198 1195 1183 1182 1155 1141 1136 1120 1111 1108 1103 1092 1085 1079 1063 1058 1034 1015 1001

1,000-POINT CLUB Player Dennis Bostelman Chad Kahle Dan Terhune Curt Croy Eric Viney Jim Harris Brett Wingate Terry Morman Joe Hockenberry Bill Szabo Anthony Pettaway Charles Nafziger Bruce Baer Richard Otte Ray Etzler Nick Sales C.J. Johnson John Szabo Bill Pace Joe Herman Larry Flynn Seth Newlove Kevin Dilworth Ron Schomaeker Jerome Floyd Jason Badik Kirk Seemann Larry Holden Doug Schimmoeller Jeff Sever Ed Roeth Larry Papenfuss Ken Bush Gavin Sever Brent Renollet Frank Kill Kent Seemann Don Thornton Bob Martin Dave Gerken Elmo Faiella Dennis Monroe Jaymes Zachrich

Years 1984-1988 1996-2000 1965-1969 2002-2006 1998-2002 1987-1991 1979-1983 1986-1990 1954-1958 1983-1985 2005-2009 1969-1973 1970-1974 1966-1971 1959-1963 2006-2010 2004-2008 1956-1960 1951-1956 1989-1993 1976-1980 1996-2000 1973-1977 1982-1986 1982-1984 1991-1995 1986-1990 1966-1970 1980-1984 1991-1995 1967-1971 1977-1981 1970-1974 1997-2001 1982-1986 1997-2001 1992-1996 1975-1979 1973-1975 1990-1994 1950-1953 1964-1968 1992-1998

Bold denotes active player

1954-1958 1984-1988 1966-1970 1989-1993 1982-1986 1965-1969

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Joe Hockenberry Larry Holden Dennis Bostelman Dan Terhune Joe Herman Chad Kahle

1954-1958 1966-1970 1984-1988 1965-1969 1989-1993 1996-2000

FREE THROWS PCT. (100 ATT.) Anthony Brown Mike Kurdziel Heath Armstrong Logan Wolfrum C.J. Johnson Kent Seemann

2008-2011 1999-2003 2006-2010 2008-2011 2004-2008 1992-1996

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Adrian Akron Albion Alfred Allegheny Alliance Alma Anderson Anthony Wayne Institute Antioch Ashland Assumption Augustana (IL) Aurora Baldwin-Wallace Ball State Battle Creek Benedictine Berea Bethany Bethel (IN) Bethel (TN) Blackburn Bliss Bluefield Bluffton Bowling Green Bowling Green YMCA Buffalo State Calvin Canteburg Capital Carnegie Mellon Catawba Cedarville Central Michigan Central State Charleston, Coll. of Chicago, Univ. of Cleveland State Colorado College Columbus YMCA Concordia (MI) Concordia (IN) Covenant Culver-Stockton Daemon Davenport Dayton Denison DePauw DeSales Detroit Tech Doane Dyke Earlham Eastern Michigan Elmhurst Elon (NC) Eureka Ferris State Ferrum Findlay Franklin Geneseo State Geneva George Fox Giffin J.C. Goshen Grace

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43-17 0-1 9-11 1-0 0-1 1-0 5-2 41-23 0-2 4-6 24-20 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-5 0-3 6-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-3 1-0 124-62 22-28 1-0 1-0 2-11 0-2 4-4 0-1 1-0 55-28 1-3 7-16 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 4-0 19-9 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 4-7 2-3 2-1 1-1 12-9 1-0 8-0 26-6 1-7 1-0 2-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 85-72 18-14 0-1 1-0 1-0 13-1 19-6 6-4

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

Grand Rapids Greenville Grove City Hanlan A.C. Hanover Heidelberg Highland Park J.C. Hillsdale Hiram Holy Family Hood Hope Houghton Huntington Illinois Benedictine Illinois College Indiana Aggies Indiana Tech Indianapolis, Univ. of IPFW IU-South Bend IU-Southeast John Carroll John Marshall Judson Juniata Kalamazoo Kent State Kenyon Kings College Kings (NY) Knox Knoxville LaGrange Lake Erie Lakeland Lawrence Tech Lemoyne Owen Lima Lima Bantas Lima Repps Lincoln (MO) MacMurray Madonna Malone Manchester Marion Industrial YMCA Maryville (TN) Marygrove McMaster Methodist (NC) Mexico, Univ. of Miami Miami E’s Michigan State Midwestern Milligan Millikin (IL) Minnesota-Morris Monmouth Mount Union Mount Vernon Mount St. Joseph Muhlenberg Muskingum New River State (WVA) North Carolina Wesleyan North Central Northwood Norwich

1-1 1-0 2-0 1-0 28-33 26-29 1-0 10-11 1-1 1-0 0-1 4-2 2-0 10-13 1-0 1-0 2-0 25-7 3-2 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-1 1-0 1-0 11-0 3-3 3-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 7-1 0-0 4-2 0-1 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 4-0 3-0 17-8 44-15 3-3 1-1 5-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 9-5 13-11 0-1 1-3 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0

Oakland Oakland City Oberlin Ohio Chiropody Ohio Dominican Ohio Northern Ohio State “B” Ohio State-Lima Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma Baptist Olivet Oral Roberts Ottawa Otterbein Penn State - Behrend Piqua YMCA Pleasant Hill Rio Grande Ripon Roanoke Roberts Wesleyan Rockford Rockhurst Rose-Hulman Shawnee State Siena Heights Spring Arbor St. Ambrose St. Francis (IL) St. Francis (IN) St. John’s (OH) St. Mary’s (MI) St. Paul Steubenville Taylor Temple Baptist Thiel Thomas More Tiffin Toledo Toledo Naval Transylvania Trine (Tri-State) Troy UM-Dearborn Urbana Wabash Walsh Warren Wilson Washington and Jefferson Wayne State Waynesburg West Virginia State West Virginia Wesleyan Western Michigan Western State Wheaton Wilberforce Wilmington Windsor Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wisconsin-Oshkosh Wisconsin-Platteville Wisconsin-Whitewater Wittenberg Wooster Wright State Youngstown State

0-4 1-0 4-3 1-2 8-0 35-29 1-1 2-0 13-5 0-1 39-5 0-1 1-0 7-6 0-1 1-0 0-1 10-9 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 7-4 5-1 0-2 13-3 0-1 1-0 5-2 6-7 3-0 1-0 1-3 21-14 1-0 1-0 20-9 9-3 15-13 1-2 8-15 51-35 0-1 4-0 20-6 2-1 5-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-2 15-11 76-36 1-0 1-0 1-1 2-0 0-3 7-8 2-3 1-0 1-3

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74 WINNING SEASONS • 34 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES • 26 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 23 ALL-AMERICANS

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